The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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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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'Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEIKLY
Voiume 35 Number 50
Miami, Florida. Friday. December 14, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
19 Lands Support Direct Israel-Arab Talks
NAZI AIDES CRY 'NAZI!'
Camay Hits Back At
Arab Anti-Semitism
NlTBD NATIONS (J1A Israel hit back this week ;it its
.. lumira'ors who. in 15 speeches in six day-, have tried to batter
lsra< ith charges of aggression against Arabs and with Hitlerian at-
lacki which eiuulcd Jews, Israel and Zioni-m with Nazism and Fas-

, The Israeli arswer came in an
' address b> Ambassador Michael S.
Comay. Israel's permanent repre-
sentative, before the General As-
sembly's 110-member Special Poli-
t'cal Committee, which is debating
the Arab refugee problem. The
committee had suspended a sched-
uled session to give Comay the op-
portunity of preparing a full an-
swer to the anti-Semitic attacks by
the Arab-.
Comay asserted that the "cen-
tral them*" of the Arab attacks
was that Israel, "a member of
this organization for 14 years,
has no right to exist and should
be destroyed. The central de-
mand is that the United Nations
should cooperate in this enter-
prise. If such doctrines can be
preached with impunity from Hie
very rostrum of the United Na-
tions, then the Charter of We
United Nations has become mean-
ingless."
He then recalled the various
Arab aggressions, committed open-
ly, at times boastingly, with "no-
-- tice" to the United Nations that
CommaBlty level and that such par- ,ne Arabs intended to destroy Is
ould a\"id acting on their rilt,| contrary to warnings by the
'. protest- to school officials. \jn itself.
A pical example was in Mil
wii*h. where the Milwaukee
Jewis* Council declared that
such practices had become more
freejuen* in recent years, with the
influn of Jewish families during
the past decade into predomi-
nantly Christian suburban areas
heig,*ning "bena fide differ
cert of opinion that exist on this
delict** issue."
Ih* i ouneil -aid that sectarian
i hristi as observances In public
Continued on Page 6-A
Chanuka, Yule
Celebrations
Studied Again
NEW YORK (JTA) The an-
il struggle over religious holi-
day ebrations in the public
schools during the Yule-Chanuka
season as ushered in again this
week with admonitions t< Jewish
parcr.' bj .1 h communit) rein
tions .>; mlieaaj throughout the coun-

Thi :.it:-- "- reaffirmed the
. ental msiton of the agen-
eitl hristmas or Cha-
festivities in public schools
..- o breach of 'he church state
. r.-.'ion d ...... Coupled with
thi- reaffirmation were warnings
to Jewish parents that the issue
was a lickM-' one at the loe:'
(
UN Resolution is Parallel
Of Similar Effort Last Year;
U.S. Stand Not Yet Known
GIDEON HAUSNft
.. differences revealed
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
A resolution calling upon the Arab
states and Israel ""to undertake di-
-ect negotiations"' for the settle-
nent of all their disputes "parti-
mlarly the question of the Arab
refugees" was introduced here
Monday by 19 members of the
United Nations.
The resolution was presented to
States opposed it. This time,
however, there are three Euro-
pean co-sponsors, Iceland and
Luxembourg having added their
names to The Netherlands, which
had been a co-sponsor last year
and is co-sponsor again now.
The resolution, after taking note
ol the annual report of the United
nted to Nations ReUef and Works Agency
the General Assembly s Special Palt!,,ine Retugees. filed here
IN TIFF WITH JOSEPH
Hausner Quits
Att Gen. Post
e Retugees
Political Committee which, for two btf(jre ^ game commiltee by Dr.
weeks, has been presumably dis John D;n.ls Commis>ioner-Gen-
cusfing the Arab refugee question. era, o[ lNRWA Btate8.
Actuallv, the full two weeks have
l:een devoted only to violent anti- "Recognizing that the estab-
Israel attacks by the Arab states lishmenl of peaceful rela
JRKUSA1.EM (JTA i The
resignation of Attornej General
Gideon Hausner over differeces be-
tween himself and Justice Mhileter
Dov Joseph became final this week
when Mr. Hausner decline I a re-
quest by Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion that he reconsider his
decision t" Quit.
Mr. Hausner will remain in of-
fice until Mr. Joseph returns from
Tanganyika, where he is repre-
senting the Israel Government in
that country's independence cele-
brations.
Pinchas Rosen, former Justice
Minister and Liberal Partv leader.
which, however, have been answer-
1 ed sharply by Israel.
The resolution follows in ef-
fect the lir.es laid down in a sim-
ilar draft co-sponsored last year
by 16 members, most of them
Africans, which had been defeat-
ed largely because the United
tween the Arab states and Israel
j would do much to facilitate a solu-
, tion of the problem of the Arab
refugees; recalling that, under the
Charter, it is the fundamental duty
!of all State members of the Unit-
ed Nations to endeavor to settle
Continued on Page 8-A
'u!' fh hie r,.nnrrt he .-nntm.ied Mkd for a debate on the matter |n a four-to-one ruling, the application of a Polish-born J
With this record, he continued. jn ^ ^^ ^^ Parlia. ,0 Ca,no|iclsm who appiied for israel Jewish citizenship.
Supreme Court Rejects Bid
By Convert for Citizenship
JURE PATH TO SALVATION PAGI 5-A
WHO /$ A ItW? PA6f 6-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israel Supreme Court has rejected,
in a four-to-one ruling, the application of a Polish-born Jewish convert
Continued on Page 5-A
nient.
UJA Sets 96 Million Goal-
Third Term for Meyerhoff
josfpn mtruHOff
. remains en jafc
NEW YORK(JTA)The United
Jewish Appeal 25th annual nation-
al conference concluded its three
lav sessions here with unanimous
adoption of a S96.000.000 goal for
aid to Jews in 28 countries during
1963. Joseph Meyerhoff. of Haiti
more, was reeleeted to a third sue
cessive term as UJA general chair
man.
Adopti< n by the delegates of the
SP6.000.0CO goal called for the rais-
o 0| 180.000.000 through the
UJA'S traditional campaign effort
and s36.ooo.ooo through a supple-
nentary UJA Special Fund. The
Utter was established --to ensure
the ready availability of a large
extra source of aid with which to
meet and overcome developing re-
settlement and absorption emer-
gencies in Israel, stemming from
in over normal ongoing immigra
ion and to cope with acute social
welfare needs in France, resul.mg
rom a recent influx of 160.000
Jewish refugees from Algeria. Tu
nisia and other countries."
The final session ushered in a
year-ten. observance of UJA'.
25th anniversary, which wi'l be
marked by more than 3,000
Jewish communities across the
country in connection with their
1963 drives. The observances
will be under the guidance of a
25th anniversary committee
headed by former Sen. Herbert
H. Lehman, of New York, and
Meyerhoff, serving as the com-
mittee's honorary general chair-
man and chairman, respective-
Continued on Page 9-A
The peititorer was Oswald Ru-
Leisen, who became a Carmelite;
monk in Poland as Brother Daniel, [
htnd who emigrated to Israel. He
now lives in a monastery in Haifa. |
I He applied for citizenship under j
' the Law of Return, which permits
, any Jew to become a citizen of
Israel.
The justices drew on Jewish
religious law, Israeli law, Jew-
ish history ar.d Zionist principles
to support their reasoning. Jus-
tice Moshe Silberg, president of
Rabbis Approve
Court's Decision
NEW YORK (JTA) The de-
cision of Israels Supreme Court
rejecting the application for Is-
raeli Jewish citizenship by a Jew-
1 ish convert to Catholicism was ap-
rice moane >vj *------- -- 1311 (.-unt^u 1^ ^...---------.....--
the Court, spoke for the major- provCd by the Synagogue Council
ity. He held that a convert was of Amcrica. which represents the
not a Jew under the Law of Re- RCtorm. Conservative and Ortho-
turn, and contended that this (iox groups in this country, as well
view was not a theocratic ap- as bv the Union of American He-
proach. 'brew Congregations and other reli-
. 1 .. gicus spokesmen.
1I said that, under Jewish re- *
hgious law. a convert to another
Continued on Page 2-A
Rabbi Julius Mark, president of
Continued on Page 12-A
Knesset Refuses Spy Case Inquiry
JERUSALEM iJTA) Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion led a
successful fight in Israel's Parlia-
ment this week to defeat bids for
an official inquiry into the case of.
Dr. Israel Beer, now serving a
prison sentence of 15 years for
espionage.
The Prime Minister took the
tloor twice. He first argued
against a Herul proposal for an
immediately inquiry into the case,
and then opposed a Mapam com
promise proposal to refer the
Herut motion to committee. The
vote was 42 to 40
Herut leader Menachen Beigin
said in introducing his motion,
that' the Supreme Court which
upheld Beer's conviction had de-
scribed him as a person who had
the trust of all the Israelis who
had military and security secrets.
Mr. Beigin said that, when Beer
had been warned to desist from
contacts with a "certain foreign
agents," he continued to do so.
The Herut leader said it was evi-
dent that Beer continued to have
Continued on Page 7-A


Fage 2-A
* lenifti rterkJiair
Friday, December 14, \yJ\
Convert's Citizenship Bid Rejected
Continued from Pag* I-A -
religion is a Jew. but thai the re-
jection was based OH the Law ol
Return as a secular law. He held
thai "accepting a convert as a
Jew" in Israel "would mean a
distortion of Jewish history,"' a-
well as an act of desecrating "the
name and content ol (he term
Jew." The common aspect" of
..11 Jews, he said, was "that we
cannot cut ourselves ofl from the
historical past and still remain
i Jew."
"Whether religious, non-religious
or anti-reliaious. all Jews are
bound to the Jewish people's her-
itage," he added and. on this basis.
the answer to the question as to
whether Rufei.-en could be consid-
ered a Jew was "no." He referred
to the convert's work in saving
lews in Nazi-occupied Poland and
said this posed a "psychological
difficulty." But he insisted th:it
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-million will begin imme-
diately on the Si.ooo.ooo Ablin
Memorial unit expai,-11.11 ol the
.".wish Home for the Aged ol
Greater Miami a^ a result of the
- gning <>f the agreement between
Home and Ihe Arkin Construe-
I H Co
Representing the Home were
Judge Irving Cypen, president,
and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice
president, an i chairman of the
building campaign committee.
Stanley ll. Arkin represented the
Arkin Construction Co.
Arkin Construction was the low
bidder when sealed bids of six out-
standing builders in the Greater
Miamia area were opened a lew
days ago. Completion of the ad-
dition, which encompasses 118 ad-
ditional bods, is expected In about
hi months,
David B. Pleeman, also vice
president of the .Home, is chair-
man ol Ihe building committee,
which supervised the design of the
project. Architect is I S, Lower)-
berg, (ii Loewenberg & Loewen-
berg, Chicago. Smith and Korach,
ol Miami, are associate architects,
and Henry J. Nelson ol Miami
Beach, is the engineer
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Scientific research baa proved no
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Beth Raphael
Reelects Sapero
Julius Sapero has been reeled-
ed president oi Beth Raphael Con
gregation.
Other officers named al a re-
cent meeting of the congregation
were J. T. Berliner, first vice pres-
ident: Charles Klein, second vice
president.
Also Ralph Krieger, financial
secretary: M. Schwartzman. treas-
urer; B, Agmoov, recording secre-
tary; and Joe Swartz. recording
secretary.
jhe converCaJM-Tsonal merits were,
not involved in ihe judgment.
Tho lone dissenter was Justice
Haim Cohn, who hold that the
Law of Return should not be in-
terpreted to permit rejection of
a convert's application and the
"denial of his rights" as a Jew
1 under that law. He said the law
was meant to grant ar.y person
the right to declare himself a
Jew wishing to return to his
country, and that the Govern-
mert's argument lhat a convert
ceased to be a Jew had no basis
in law.
i
Justice IfOShe Land.in opposed
the petition, even under the COB-
vert's argument that Israel WSJ
nol a theocratic state but the pro
dud oi the Zionist movement. Ac-
cepting that argument he said,
"one must accept Herat's viewpoint
in rejecting Zionist membership
for a converted Jew He also
said that the Law of Return ;:
intended primarily tor Jews oul
Bide ol Israel and that for inch
Jews it was axiomatic that a con-
vert alienated himself from I In-
Jewish people by his conversion.
Justice Eliahu Mam staled he
concurred with Justice Zbi Benn-I
NO who held he was "reluctantly
bound" by the Law of Return to
reject the petition despite the fad
that he considered Brother Daniel
a Jew b> every criterion, referring
to the convert's Zionist work as
a youth, his persistence in consid-
ering himself a Jew alter con-
version, and his statement in ap-
plying in Poland for permission
to migrate to Israel that he want-
ed to return to the land of his
fathers.
However, Justice B-rinson
ruled, the Israel law of naturali-
zation had a clause which stat-
ed that person who in good faith
declared himself a Jew should be
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to registered in Israel "unless he
adopted another religion."
A highlight of the 'tiling as the
majority rejection of the Govern-
ment's Iheaui (feat iht i-*ie.couh:i
nol be divorced from Jewish reli-
gious law (Halacha) which holds
religion and nationality as "indi
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ACCOUNTANTS AMD PHY$fC/4NS RfAD/fD
idge Cypen Will Chair Professions
jivision of 1963 Combined Appeal
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JE 1-1969 JE l-6'.50
Judge Irving Cypcn will be over-
all chairman of the Professional
Divisions of the 1963 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign,
Samuel Friedland and Ernest
Janis, co chairmen of the 1963 CIA,
announced Circuit Judge Cypen's
appointment on Wednesday*:
Judge < ypen will he Id to guide
and counsel the participation of
members Of the many participating
professional groups in the 1963 CJA
campaign, honoring the 25th anni-
versary of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the silver an-
nivcrsarv of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Judge Cypcn is a vice presi-
dent of Federation, chairman of
its Jewish Communal Founda-
tion, ar.d of the planning commit-
tee. A vice president of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI, he is also presi-
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
Howard \. Miller, president of
the Dade County chapter of the
Florida Institute of CPA's. who
served as chairman of the Account
ant's Division in the past, has
against accepted the chairmanship
of this important group. A. B.
Wiener. 1962 chairman of Account-
ants, will work closely with Miller
as co-chairman in the coming
campaign,
Two leading physicians, Dr Har-
old Hand, president of the Miami
Heart Institute, who has led the
Physicians' Division in previous
years, will coordinate the activities
of the Miami physicians, and Dr.
Stanley Prehling Will coordinate
the actitivies "I Miami Beach phy-
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Emanu-EI Plans For New Year's
Temple F.manu-El Brotherhood
will sponsor a congregational din-
ner dance New Year's Eve at the
Deauville Hotel, according to a
joint announcement by Joseph M
Lipton and Michael Sossin, presi-
dents of the temple and brother-
hood, respectively.
"This will not be a fund-rais-
ing affair, but a get-together by the
families of our congregation on a
completely social an,! fraternal
level." Lipton and Sossin said.
The function will feature a com-
plete meal, part of the Deauvillc's
night club floor show, and special
entertainment for the congrega-
tion.
Named as chairman of the New
Year's Eve fete was Louis Spec-
tor, brotherhood vice president. Al
Zaolo, also a vice president, was
designated co-chairman.
Other committee members in-
clude Herman Laks, 0. J. Rosen-
Strauch, Joseph Cohen, Ted Cohen,
25th Anniversary
Unit to Meet
Community leaders serving c i
the committee to plan and launc3
the 25th anniWrsarycelebYirtWMl < -
the Greater Miami Jewish Feeler;
ti. n will hold their first meeting
on Thursday evening. Dec. 20, 7:4:
p.m., at Temple Israel, it was ai
nounced by Mrs. Stanley Myer-.
cha'rman of the anniversary com-
mittee,
Preliminary plans for the nice'-
ing of the committee of 100 coir-
niini.il leaders who will guide lh
special 25th anniversary program
will be outline;! by Mrs. Myers and
ither leaders of the Fedcratioi
"Twenty-five years of service b
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration is a significant mileston -
in our life," Mrs. Myers stated.
"In recognition oi this long anJ
illustrtious record of communit
service, the committee is planning
to mark the year with proper celt-
i bration and commemoration. \\
know that this memorable anni-
versary will be a time for moving
forward in service to our commur
ity through Federation's humani-
tarian programs." ,
living Firtel, Noah Fleisher. S':'.
Goldstein, William Kline, Jack Si-
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V einberg, Jules P. Channing. Judg
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Volume 35 Number 50
Friday, December 14, 1962
17 Kislav 5723
UJA Silver Anniversary
The United Jewish Appeal meeting in New
York City last weekend did more than adopt
a 1963 goal oi S96 million for next year's world-
wide Jewish humanitarian needs. It did more
than reelect Joseph Meyerhoff to a third term
as general chairman.
The meeting marked the 25th anniversary
of UJA. Since its founding back in 1938, this
organization has been performing unprece-
dented service in behalf of oppressed Jewry
everywhere.
The United Jewish Appeal was born in the
dreadful days of the Hitler terror. Its purpose:
to cope with the growing number of refugee
needs the multiple tragedies of uprooted
persons, individuals isolated from communal
ties, and families displaced by the racial-
religious Nazi war directed against them.
Throughout the years, the UJA responded
magnificently, rising to its greatest heights in
the tumultuous times attending the rebirth of
the State of Israel.
The United Jewish Appeal today is a world-
wide symbol of efficient humanitarian endeav-
or carried out through the organization's far-
flung immigration assistance programs as ex-
emplified by Joint Distribution Committee and
Malben in Israel, among others.
UJA, continuing its white-heat efforts to
assist Jewish resettlement in Israel under the
most impossible kind of migration conditions,
this year also rose quickly to the huge task oi
easing the mass exodus of Algeria Jewry in the
wake of Algerian independence and the ter-
ror directed against the European community
living there.
In our own city, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is an affiliate of the United Jewish
Appeal, which receives the lion's share of
CJA's annual campaign effort.
Twenty-five years of unstinting humani-
tarian endeavor is the enviable philanthropic
record of UJA as it launches its silver anniver-
sary across the nation.
Hate Mail Loneliness
There is a strange kind of loneliness a
hate mailing arouses, especially a mailing
which laughingly advocates your being gas-
sed or put to death in some other kind of Nazi
concentration camp way.
The experience of Coral Gables business-
man Samuel Blair is not unique. Many here
have since found the same Rockwell-sponsored
"literature" in their mail boxes over the week-
end. Others, from time to time, discover dif-
ferent material of a similar nature addressed
to them.
The sad fact is that hate mail has become
big business in our time, and no one knows
this better than the bigots who traffic in it.
What makes an experience such as Blair's
lonely is the blank wall of official response
with which it meets. Being shunted, as he was,
from the FBI in Miami to the postal authorities
in Miami to the inspector in charge of the post
office at Atlanta, Ga., arouses resentment be-
cause it suggests a kind of lower echelon gov-
ernment indifference to this variety of vicious
un- Americanism.
In Blair's case, the solution has been
gratuitously supplied by the bigot, himself,
when Roger Foss, now serving a 180-day sen-
tence for picketing the Florida office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, wrote Blair
a letter of "confession" that he had mailed the
hate literature.
We think that a shrug-off "finis" should
not be applied so readily to this matter. Foss'
ties to the American Nazi Party and George
Lincoln Rockwell are well-documented. Unless
OH TO THi SECOND FLOOR
we are mistaken, this is the same man who, in
August, 1960. was asked by the U.S. Govern-
ment to register as a foreign agent because of
his contacts with the Russian Embassy in
Washington.
An Associated Press dispatch appearing
in the Aug. 13. 1960 edition of The Miami Her-
ald reported Foss as having admitted receiv-
ing $500 from Valentin M. Ivanov, first secre-
tary of the Soviet Embassy, in the form of an
inducement to emigrate to the Soviet Union.
According to the AP, these contacts took
place before Foss decided to become a Nazi
Party member.
We revealed this relationship here in The
Jewish Floridian following the arrest of Foss
back in July. No notice has as yet been taken
of it. Perhaps his current hate activities, well
directed from behind prison bars in Miami,
should finally encourage some official action.
Hebrew Academy Dinner
The Hebrew Academy will hold its annual
dinner Sunday night. This is the school's fund-
raising effort in support of its scholarship pro-
gram. Most of the students attending the
Academy are either on partial or full scholar-
ships.
This year, the Academy can be especially
proud on the occasion of its scholarship dinner.
It is the first dinner since the Academy moved
into its new million dollar facility at 2400 Pine
Tree Dr.
From its founding back in 1948, the He-
brew Academy has received national recogni-
tion for its bilingual bi-cultural school pro-
gram.
Even Israeli officials, including Israel's
Minister of Education and Culture today, Abba
Eban, and former Prime Minister Moshe
Sharett, have visited the Academy in the past
and congratulated both its staff and student
body for their scholastic achievement.
The dinner Sunday night will bring to-
gether a record attendance of Miamians who
support the Hebrew Academy's goal of in-
tegrating a traditional Jewish education within
the framework of a sound American elemen-
tary school experience.
That the Academy's students consistently
rate highest in Dade County achievement tests
indicates the continuing fulfillment of this goal
throughout the years of the school's operation.
during the week
... is i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
IT IS HEARTENING &
torney General GideL
Hausner has resigned ft>~,wl
position in Israel The, -J.1
nation is presumably dm
suit of a different ,,(
between Hsuan
Joefph, now on ,.
of Tanganyika I
which still ren
m .i!i-1 Pot th.-
not tell w h e t h .
evance toward Hausner is significant here; but i< iyft,
to be. Hausner .- Ibe author of a recent series in i Sa m?
Evening Post on the trial and execution of Adolf E I
opening article be ins witf- a Yosef Karsh-like port.. I
reminiscent jf th Rrtime photo oi Sir Winston Chui |
boused Gn il Britain's indomitable spirit durmy tin I
days of the straggle against Hitler.
In the Post feature, the Eichmann story is subor
powerful, full-page picture of Hausner in court regalia, his lct|
clenched ;it the Imaginary lapels of his robe, his p I
would-be signs of a wronged and now vengeful people B it rircmil
bulldog expression staring past the sad present to a cerUb/gga
victorious future, indeed represented all of Britain in her finest hour!
Mr. Hausner. in true confessions magazine manner, represents asg|
himself.
I can think of nothing more unprofessional or degrading uJ
highest purposes of the Eichmann trial than that Israe v>
General submitted to being cast as the whole shew. It thi |
editorial treatment is .it fault rather than Mr. Hausner. hi \ .j
guilty of irresponsible and immature judgment of a
participation in the burlesque of one of the most awi
in the history of jurisprudence. And. if it is Um
sanctioned the series, then l must repeal what I have
before: Israel has long been in desperate need of h.i~.
in proper public relation-.
Under any circumstances, that he permitted bimsell I
of such a crudely commercial venture as the Saturda\ l
stnes. for whatever reason ol explanation he may nov :
sufficient cause to welcome Mr llausner's resignation.
:- -:- :-
THI RIS[ Of ABBA tBAN
COME SECOND THOUGHTS on Abba Ebans appearam,
eral weeks ago leave me saddened. I turned to the phonosripj
for substantiation of my view of his oratory. A record in m\ .iorjrtI
called Israel Speaks: From the Speeches of Abba Eban,' o-Jertjl
complete corroborate. History, which is his vocabulary, and poetnl
his language, joined forces in Mr. Ebans early thirties to bring sal
to the apex of world Jewry's struggle for a homeland in Palesuat
The stuff of the 2.000 year-long Jewish dream, formulated in tail
thought processes of political Zionism, all seemed to unite at a singkl
pressure point and a single instant in time to project Mr. Eban om|
the international arena of the UN, where he became a remarkabl
and eloquent spokesman for the ideals upon whose altar
Herzl sacrificed his life some forty years earlier. There had beea]
many advocates of Israel's rebirth prior to Mr. Eban. Sine* th
turn of the century some died defending the dunams of earth the,
bought and worked in a sandy Palestine. Others spoke no le-, pa*
sionateJy, if somewhat less musically, at a thousand rallies, coo!
gresses. and meetings in the convention halls scattered throi
the world.
But it was a kind of Carlyle-like effulgence of historic neces.itj.1
the sort of development for which Mr. Eban, himself, has a parUculirl
affinity, that brought him to leadership at the moment of at'-jalinJ
tion of the ancient Zionist dream. Thus ensconced, he became thcl
first spokesman of Israel reborn in the sanctum of the United Ni-|
tions. and in the capital city of the world's most powerful CO
his mio row TMf ckucibu Of txrutiiKct
COR TEN YEARS, Mr Eban reigned free, talking before the ..tell
mighty, symbolizing the justification of history in the tictaj
2.000 years of unrelenting cruelty to the dispersed Jewish p(.j
arguing the lightness of the new home in Palestine even as !>..- I
detractors sought to destroy her on the field of battle, and in Bal
political centers of government, where diplomacy and duplici iflf
often one and the same.
Then, in Miami, late in 1959, he bid us and the nation g-wdbji
to return home. Actually, it was to go home for the first tir [
in fact, her eloquent spokesman and knight of oratorical jjtm|
though he was. Mr. Eban had not yet himself lived in Isra.
told us at the time that he was leaving because of this very reaM
that he needed new" contact with both the spirit and the r il
of his people.
But I. at least, shall never really know. Some close observe!
of the Israeli scene have since told me that Mr. Eban did not
much return as he was called back summoned fn>m the gKunorwal
arena of international politics to be given a stiff lesson m the primal
of a real rather than ideal Israel. For the Israel Mr. Eban reprfJ
sented. the Israel in whose behalf he argued brilliantly, was an Israel
that existed no more. A full decade had passed since partiti v.. thel
War of Liberation, and UN recognition and membership. Nisei HI
longer needed justification in history, cruelly magnificent EbanetfWl
rebuttals in debate against anti-Israel philosophers like th.' -nmeatl
Prof. Arnold Toynbee, or poetic paeans of praise to the achie\.mesHI
of her ancient prophets. Israel needed cold, hard-headed leaders*!
in all the fields that make a modern nation viable: in industn coffl-l
merce. technology, agriculture, and military science, amonc >tbem|
And some said Mr. Eban had few of these qualities and needed
forging in this crucible of experience.
m mm sumid mom MiAMmoiui
CO BACK HE went to walk smack into a national ek> n,v|
body wanted or could afford, and brought on by a Ben t.urion-l
manufactured government crisis. And there. Mr. Eban found him-
self in the midst of a Mapai campaign, speaking on street enrnertl
to crowds of 70 or 80. where before his musical orations shook thel
halls of the world's leadership. In addition, he suddenly dis
even wider gulfi between himself and the Israel he once represeatedj
so exquisitely. For the Hebrew he spoke was a classic Hebrew -
the Hebrew of a century and 2.000 years before: it was all thi
in either case, be, the master of rhetoric, did not speak thi
of Israel reborn.
And to, wben Mr Eban rose to address us here sevei '
1 ('",llli ""' I" Idened History, bis I "PH
and ally In the arsenal of his most admirable intellei
nnall) to have passed him by. Now Israels Itioistei
;,"(l l ultu" gust post than the on< I
Continued on Page 7-A


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December 14. 1962
vJewist noridicir
Pcge 5-A
Israel Hits Back at Arab Propaganda
SHIP b
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!ren cl Temple B*th Sholom participate in Chanuka
A-Box" prcgram. From left ore Cindy Simon, Bonnie
..on, David Berkmnn, Neal Aronsor., Lee Anne Smith,
ten Miller. As In years pact, children o( Temple Beth
- n a ked to bring a ciift for a kindergarten
!. 'el. Tovs and materia's are being collected in
om through Dec. 16. This is a combined project of the
i Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women,
'eau ci Fewi-ih Education, and the Jewish schools of the
M i area.
Convert Bro. Daniel Wanted
A Sure Path to Salvation
, -Ai.L\; '.i I \ The
ol c a Jev 'an re-
Jewl'l i i n il afti r i '
I to a i r : lit plac
,. s Supreme <
mer.l
. b( se ir.vo i or
' c I 'Ministry ol the
I ., ise .> Israi li
I 4> the Lav el Re
> {ranted lo
l).. who, ..- Oswald
i rtpfi to Chri
12 in Pota id The p'aintifl
i i jn I in 1959 and
a ( istery in
onj 'hi-
to Rranl
I

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Uve hours, the f\ e "
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dk
uttmc SHAIOM
ntcn.ii .i" rneys before a
i rtroom t Hod !> capac'ty by an
udi( nee hi h include I n i iks
in -
The f'J'c Attorney, quoling
from rabbinical li arature, Jew-
ish h:Morians, sociologists, The-
i >r Htrzl's writings and a vast
Me of 01 her sources, contended
that the aoosta.e rot only aban-
dorf ll.e Jewish rjligion but also
his people and hence separated
himself from the Jewish people
of whom, ard only for whom, the
Law of Return wa; enac.id.
il,- said thai the State of Israel
thi Jews '. the world
ho converted to Chris-
| Jew I" m the
vi i ol be! >.-.i.-' i" ii"'
thai
! h m II by
1 ol
cor.vi '
|, ti lew" ii' -
,,.,. icr.tifu ul
it til Li
il th ,i the ti
-.1, .' means o te professing the
j,u: ion He added thai the
,, nvi rl vi up his Polish citi-
,-, shi| ; to I rael because
he fell himsell to be a Jewish na-
tional, In 1948, the atlornej said, the
convert even wanted to take part
in Israel's War ot Independence
but was not permitted to do so
bj his Catholic order.
Refeisen comes from a Polish
tra litional Jewish family ami has
.. brother in a kibbutz He posed
as a Christian during World War
11 and served as an Interpreter in
.. Nazi SS unit, utilizing his post
to save Jews and to work with the
anti-Nazi underground. When he
was discovered, he fled to a near
by nunnerj where he spent some
lime ard became a convert !**-'
er he Joined a group of Russian
partisans with whom he remained
until the end of the war
Continued from Page 1-A
"can there be any question in any-
one's mind as t>. who were the ag-,
gressors in Palestine, who delib-
erately iried to destroy the Unil id
Nations resolution by force of
arms, who set in motion the exo 'us
ol the Arab refugees, v. ho sent
their armies man ling .. thi ir
into another country,
who il w is thai n [used to stop
Ihe !' hting, until they were ac-
tually defeat) d on the field ol I al
He touched on the Arab charges
.i mism" by telling the
committee that there was one way
guard against such an eventual-
ity- .:i drafting i < a peace treaty
between the Arab states and Is-
rael. "Let them." be challenged,
"solemnly enter into a non-aggress-
ion pact renouncing the use of
force. Let them enter into disarm-
ament arrangements, with mutual
inspection and control. Let them
obtain United Nations guarantees
or Great Power guarantees for
their territorial integrity. Israel
is willing to consider any or all
of these measures, and in tact has
proposed them. It is the Arab
States who reject them."
He then came to the anti-
Semitic barrage which has been
lod here by Russein Zulfacar
Sabri, Egypt's Deputy Foreign
Minister, and Ahmad Shukairy,
Saudi Arabian celegation chair-
man, backed by a half-dozen oth-
er Arab spokesmen. He referred
also to Shukairy's endorsement of
the anti-Semitic Tacuara move-
ment in Argentina and his call
for "adoption" of Tacuara by
the United Nations. He tcld the
committee: "What surprises one
is that the cry of Nazism is raised
by those whose associations with
it makes them so vulnerable."
.Mr. Comay alluded to the fact
that Egypt has given "key" posi-
tions to former SS officers, espec-
ially in its propaganda apparatus
against Israel and against Jews.
He charged by implication that the
Arab delegations were part of a
new neo-Nazineo-Fascist interna-
tional, saying: "We have known for
some time that certain Arab repre-
sentatives and propagandists in the
United States. Latin America and
elsewhere, have been maintaining
contacts with neo-Nazi an;1 Fascist
groups, and seeking cooperati
with them in order to exploit anti-
Semitism as a political v
We woull hope that Mr. Shukai
blessing bestowed upon the Ta-
cuara group will s. rve to locus
attention on this phenomem n. and
produce a backwash of public sen
timent inside and outside the Unit-
ed Nation-.
"Not everyone, however, makes
statements as revealing as that
ol the representative of Saudi
Arabia. The technique of Mr.
Sabri is a little less clumsy. It
consists in trying to pin the Nazi
label onto Israel and Zionism, in
the hope that the public mind may
be confuted as between Hitlerism
and those i0 whom it has caused
such untold suffering The public
mind will draw its own conclus-
thcr prot< I a ainsl the
Arabs' anl Semitic drive at the
UN pointing specifically to the
gross an I vicious defamation of
the Jewish people" by Egypt's
Foreign Minister
;, senl to Adlai Stevenson, chair-
man ol tii" American delegation
to the IN. by Will Maslow, execu-
tive director of the American Jew.
isb Congress. "The United Na>
Mr, Mai low told Mr. Stev-
enson, "cannot allow itself to he
exploited for the purpose of spread-
ing the scatology of international
anti-Semitism."
Testimonial Fetes Democratic Club Election
Beach Leader
Metro Commission chairman
Alex S. Gordon and Miami Beach
Mayor Kenneth Oka participated
in a testimonial dinner to Miami
Beach business and civic leader Al
Sherman last Thursday night.
Affair was sponsored by the
South Beach Men's Club in the
Terrace R6om of Southgate Tow-
ers. Sherman is a past president
and founder of the civic organiza-
tion.
Other officials attending includ-
ed Metro Commissioners Harold B.
Spaet and Chuck Hall, former May-
or D. Lee Powell. Chamber of Com-
merce president. Parks Rusk.
Maurice Kevitz, Jack S. Popick.
Milton Sirkin and Leonard Baker.
Sherman, vice president ot Mech-
anics Uniform Service, is presi-
dent of the 100 Club of Dade Coun-
ty, and a past president of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District. He has
also served as chairman of the
services and professional division
of the Beach Chamber of Com
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
will meet next Wednesday evening
in the Terrace Room of the Sea
Isle Hotel. Wally Cluck, president,
said that election of officers will
be held.
Menorah Ladies
Planning Social
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hold its annual paid-up member-
ship party en Wednesday evening
in the Temple -ocial hall.
Mrs. Joseph Feldman. program
vice president, will present "A
Story to Remember." with a cast
ol members, including Mcsdames
Herbert Kaplan. Margaret Blistein,
Joseph Feldman. Norman Harrow
and William Carmel.
Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood
president.
rr.crce, secretary of the Greater
Miami Chapter of Technion, and
comptroller of the Jewish National
Fund ol Greater Miami.
that's right!

Hebrew Groups Elects Shalom
\'i president of Moadon, He-
I a peaking cultural group of
Miami, la Irving Shalom.
0 ., cepted the gavel from out
preal ant, Dr. Nathaniel
onsultanl I f the Bureau ot
Jewia Education, last week
I night,
\. j resei I director of chapel
[emple Menorah.
^halora i> a graduate of Teachen
of Vilna, Poland. Since
tomini to Miami U years ago. he
bai served or. the staff ot the He
I b;ew fccademj and Hebrew High
Li .i: Id the Dost of edu-
cational director at Israelite Ccn
tor
other officers elected at the
eeremon) held al Washington Fed
era) are Isaiah Adler and Harry
peracb vice presidents; David
preedinan and Dr. Soroif, honor-
, presidents; Zev Agranoye,
treasurer; Saul Porush. recording
secretary; and Mrs Anna Sintow,
corresponding secrctarj
gervii | on the executive com
mittee chaired bj Krcedman an
Aaron A. Center, Irving Liftman
and Mesdamea Chaya Frer-dman
A Lii'bmaii, Harrx Perac.i. and
Viceroy's got the taste that's right]
Sunc filter cigarettes taste too strong-jusl like the
unfiltered kind, Some taste too light-and they're no fun at all.
Bui Viccro) tastes the waj you'd like a niter cigarette to taste.
Smoke all seven ol the leading filtci brands.and mil
Bee some taste too strong some taste too light ..but
Viccr0y's got th. i stc that's right. That's right! 1 bii rjghj
........uw.ox b.W -/A "-/.'/ J.,/><; ><>< '<< :*>>/>*
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Friday, December U
'
Whc Is
A Jew?
By MAX LERNER
Chanuka, Yule Celebrations Studied
A Daniel came to judgment in IsraelBrother David, bom Oswald
".ufeisen in Poland, now a Carmelite monk who insists (hat he is still a
Jew and claims Israeli citizenship therefore by the Law of Return.
The Israeli High Court, in a 4-1 vote, has denied his claim. The ques-
tion of who is and is not a Jew goes beyond the horizon of the Jews
themselves, and raise issues that apply to the consciousness and sur-
vival of any human group.
The first thing to note is that, despite the decision that a convert
I another religion cannot claim to have remained a Jew. the decision
U not actually religion-oriented II the courl had adopted the rab-
linical law. which holds that an apostate cannot strip himself ol his
Jewishness, Brother Daniel would have won his case lie lost exactly
use the Law of Return is a secular one. and because the ju ges
based their decision on the everyday meaning ol "Jew" to the ordinary
Israeli.

It it here fhat you reach the heart of the decis:on. To the Israelis
Jew does licit have to in- a believer who prays and observes the rit-
and codes. He can be an agnostic or a free-thinker. But the one
g he cannot do is to sever his ties with the experience ol his people
by renouncing his faith. If he does that he leases to be a Jew organ-
ically tied to his people and cannot claim what would be his legal
ts as a Jew
what this amounts to is that the Jews are not just a religion and
ll just an ethnic stock. II tin v were the first then the religious law
d be supreme in Israel. If the) were the second then Brother
Daniel would,, having been born a Jew. never have ceased to be one.
The Jews are. beyond religion and ethnic stock, a historical commun-
. y which has a common religious tradition and a long, painful and
tragicbut also remarkably creativecommon historical experience.
The point is that by converting to another faith Brother David had
broken with the historical community After what they have suffered,
the Jews of Israel can scarcely be blamed it they feel that one who
has made such a symbolic break can scarcely claim that he is still
member of the community

One of the judges, in a concurring opinion, speaks of "the well-
cVveloped instinct of self-preservation" which the Jews have displayed.
I should myself prefer to call it a well-developed sense of identity
as ii people.
Curiously, this operated in the Middle Ages to hold on tenaciously
to every Jew, even those who iwhether willingly or by coercion) had
inverted. Now it operates to exclude from Jewish identity those
\ ho have converted. In the earlier period the Jews as a people fear-
ed persecution and sought to keep from being fragmented. Today the
Jews, especially those in Israel, are recapturing the pride of identity
which ancient Israel had. and feel anew that to be accounted Jewish
something of value, and not a matter of automatic right from birth
I ore.
This is a measure of the distance the Jews have traveled since their
irk days of martyrdom, whether in the Middle Ages or under the
ii -

The stumbling block in the decision was the fact that Brother
el is the kind ot person he is. He took high risks during the
../ regime, working as interpreter for the Nazis in World War 11
secretly risking his life to help Jews escape. He loves his former
I :. is loved In them, and still feels himself one of them. It is
ard to tell such a man that he cannot come into Israeli citizenship
by the Law of Return, but must register and qualify as all foreign im-
ams do.
Yet the very fact that Brother Daniel has fought as a moral man
nst Nazi immorality brought the whole Nazi story into the picture
roth.r Daniel was an anti-Nazi hero, but what counts in the conscious
. insthe Nazi erea did exist, li was part ol the ordeal of the Jews as
historical COmmunitj And the lessons they draw from that ordeal
' "t cohesion -ol brothers never abandoning one anothei
irl : : rvaded by hatred, whether In actual tart or through the
mbolic abandonment oi the religious tie,
For handier symbol, the Israelis have chosen to use the
ibol the test ol h iving renounced the I ical
Thej have a ri [hi to do th even tl are not
iselves religious tad I I moving that
hen a court of 1 ci mi to racial decisioi it seeks
Continued from Page 1-A
schools was "improper" and thai
so weie Chanuka songs and celebra-
tion- Adding that Jewish par
ents could be helpful in reducing
such "violations ol separation of
church and state." the Council
urged them to do their utmost "by
not encouraging Chanuka celebra-
tions in youi child's public school
during the approaching holiday
season."
In addition, the Council urged
parents to discuss such violations
with the Council "before any for-
mal approach is made to school
authorities." The statement em-
phasized that efforts Of the Coun-
cil to re uce such religious pro-
grams depended "largely on such
cooperation and consultation" by
Jewish parents
Much the same points were made
hv the Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council ol St Louis which
noted, however, that such prac-
tices in public schools there had
lessened m the past decade Mvron
Schwartz, executive director, said
this hael developed from the fad
that principals and teachers had
learned that such practices help-
u autbi tic ource
i! nary people.
GREATER MIAMI
CHEVRA KABISHA ami
I III SI II SMEL EMES
LET US HONOR OUR BELOVED ONES
IF WE BELIEVE IN THE ETERNITY OF THE SOUl
WE MUST PRACTICE THE SACRED TRADITION OF
"TAMARA"
"The Ritual Preparation of the Deceased"
Please Request an Official CERTIFICATE
If is mandatory to make the TAHARA before the
body is shipped away.
Every Traditional Rabbi Urgently Requests the
Public to Cooperate with the Chevra Kadisha.
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND SERVICE CALL
I. Schwartz, Chairman, Ritual Committee, Ph. FR 1-3117
NATHAN GINSBURG, President
ed t" create needless livision bl
tw< en s< hool children.
In South Bend, 1ml. the Jewish
Community Council's communit}
relations committee issued its an-
nual guide to Jewish parents on
such observances. The guide stat-
ed the usual position on church-
state separation and added that
Christmas. Chanuka. or joint cele-
brations were all equally objection-
able.
Henry Feferman, committee
chairman, said that th- commit
tee had communicated thase
views to school administrators
throughout the county and that
the response of the school of-
ficials had been generally one of
understanding and sympathy. In
. its warning to parents not to un-
dertake independent action on
such problems, the committee
said that "community goodwill
may be endangered by improper
handling."
In Detroit the communit) n la-
lions committee of the Detroit
Jewish Communit) Council pro
ceeded with plan: for a se>t of
"guide lines for Detroit Jewrj tor
dealing with the' problem in Detroit
l
in *anvl
State Dep't. Appoints Gordon
The I'nited States State Depart-
ment has announced the appoint-
ment of Jack D. Gordon, president
ol Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.. as a home financing
consultant for State Department
missions in Latin America.
Gordon has carried out missions
for the State Department in Costa
Rica. Nicaragua and Ethiopa. help-
ing these countries to s,.t up na-
tional savings anel loan systems
for the expansion ot home owner
ship.
In September. Gordon was invit-
ed by the I'nited Nations to at-
tend the IN seminar e>n Latin
American housing, held in Copen-
hagen
schools The pTan< i ^ oul
panel discussion at which ft ,
indicated that :,<
children in schools
in suburban areas were riot expoJ
ed to blatantly sectarian prograaTj
The panelists also were told thatI
when such programs have ben I
presented. school authorities hj,,|
indicated sensitivity t,, tne p^l
lent! posed lor Jewish pupils, pj,. f
ticularly in suburban areas, \* here I
in many schools, attendant, jj
Jewish children was ., rclativthl
new school development
In Dallas, the stress in (]
ment ol the Jewish Welfare rH
eration's community relat
council statement was
ings to Jewish parents to ^.4
trying to equate Chanuka cldn
lions with Christmas and to ask
on that basis, tor
lor Chanuka in school pageaMJ
The CRC also advised lewisow
ents that it they wished to discus
with their child's teacher or pn
cipal a school practice uhichtki
question," they should
plain they did so as iiuiiv.dius
and not as "a represi >i iaj
.lew ish communit}
The committee als<
parents that while it
that "religious activitu
the home or in Chun I 1
gogues and not in our pub
schools," Jews would have torn]
uc that we live in I part
country where religion- ir.tr|
tional life is emphasized Any si.
stantial changes in such practiHlj
will probably come only thruud
careful and judicious discunwl
between the groups responsible lq
such changes
CareEnousfh?
lent in the ordinarj exp< riei ce ol
Give a Family Holiday" gift
to live better ELECTRICALLY
i may rv in old fashioned idea, but .1 lot of modern folki
.0. doing it mi- yeai > iking tl .- a "I AMU Y HOLIDAY
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popular practical prefi rred!
A flajneleM electric rang* will make cooking cleaner, cooler
and faster. An automatic electric di*hwa*hei will end foccvei
the tedious daily chore A flatndeti electric clothci dryei
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Friday. December 14, 1962
vJenisfi fk.iri'dliirhin
Page 7-A
Teens Split on Sectarian School Prayers
As Meredith Case Brings Discerning Eye
F.veryone wanted to talk at the workshops conducted as part
of the ninth annual teen-age conclave of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center Sunday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Computers Need Intelligent Use Today,
Center Teen-Age Conclave Told Here
FOR VIEW Of THF KINNIOY ADMINISTRATION Sit SEC. B
To be prepared t<> face a world
crisis, teen-agers need to have in-
i llectual curiosity, tenacity, a
sense of purpose and a loyalty to
arger ideals. Tins was the heart
ii the keynote address presented
u Dr. Edward J. Fox, of the Uni-
versity of Miami, to an assembled
uoner of Jewish youth Sundav
. tternoon
(lathered together tor the ninth
annual teen-age conclave of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
i ;, r, 300 delegates heard Dr.
ox, chairman of the I'M Market-
ng Department, urge the youth of
aj to be true to themselves, t"
m arch for the truth and to speak
their minds if they wished to rise
to the challenge ui the times
"Bra'ns and skills are not
enough," said Dr. Fox. "The
future lies not with the comput-
er, but with those who have the
Knesset Nixes
Spy Case Quiz
Continued from Page 1A
he trust and confidence of top
-ii... security personnel long at
1.1 (he warning. He said it would
Ihe task of a formal inquiry to
m stigate whal he called "appar-
l> blatant breaehe-' in Israel's
11 service machtnerj
Ihe Prime Minister, speaking in
hi- capacitj of Defense Minister,
rically denied that he fre-
i mlj consulted with Beer on
matters. The Prime Mln
-ii:- -.,id he ha l asked Beer t>>
le a chapter in the history of
Battle ol 1.at:mi. attcr Beer
i, leased from the Armj and
bi came a member ol the Gen
Staff Beer, who holds the
. i lieutenant colonel in I-
- Army, was convicted and
sentenced to 10 years. The Su
r< mc Court upheld the conviction
,-i week, and added fi\c years to
sentence,
wisdom to know what to do with
it."
At the luncheon assembly, held
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, the
delegates also received congratu-
lations from \ Budd Cutler. Cen-
ter president, for their "excellent
planning of n conclave around Ihe
significant questions of the day
Thirty Center teen club- were rep
resented at the event. Cutler also
presented Ihe annual conununitj
service award to the Ebbs Girls
Club of Ihe North County Branch
Susan Bell accepted the trophy
for the club.
Following the luncheon session.
each of the delegalt s attended one
lit workshops dealing with
the central theme, 'Teens Read
to a World in Crisis Ses-ions
covered Cuba, Berlin, integration,
nuclear war. the Kennedy Admin-
istration, prayer and the Supreme
Court, automation and space. All
workshops were moderated by pro-
le-sional staff discussion leaders.
Coordinator for the event was Don-
ald LaBelle, North County Branch
director.
The luncheon was opened with
an invocation by llillel Segal. The
three conclave co-chairmen, who
shared responsibility for conduct-
ing the meeting, were Jeffre)
Blum. Sharon Gloger and Sharla
Rohan. Karen Blum led the au-
dience in the singing ol the nation-
al anthem The day came to a
close with a talent -how and dance
Public school prayers and the
Supreme Court, and the meaning
of the Mississippi experience in the
Meredith case were analyzed and
judged along with many other
major problems of the times in
eight different workshop sessions
attended by 300 delegates lo the
ninth annual teen-age conclave ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Com
munity Center.
On the decision ol the Supreme
Court regar iing the use of official
prayer- in public schools, the dele-
gates were sharply split in their
reactions There was about equal
division between two contending
viewpoints.
One held that no religious ob-
servances belong in a public
school because of an American
tradition of separation of church
and state. The other maintained
that there was nothing wrong
with "non-sectarian prayers."
All agreed that no sectarian re-
ligious holidays or observances be-
longed in the schools and also
agreed that a course of study in
comparative religion would be
very suitable.
The arguments went as follows:
In favor of the Supreme Court
decision: Religion is important, but
it belongs in the home and place
ol worship. There is no such
thing as a non-sectarian prayer.
Support of the Supreme Court de-
er-ion doc- not mean one is atheis-
tic. Teachers tend to give reli-
Orr to Speak
At UN Meeting
Former state Rep. John B. Orr,
Jr., will be principal speaker al
a meeting ol the United Nations
Assn., Dec lit. 8 p.m., at the Wash
ington Fe'deral Savings and Loan
Assn.. 1234 Washington Ave.
Orr will discuss "The United Na
lions and the United StatesA
17th Year Audit.''
in charge "t information is Mrs.
Anna B. Weiss, 6020 Indian Creek
Dr., Miami Beach.
gtouS periods then- o .. n sectari in
emphasis, thus offen ing others.
Against the Supreme Court
decision: Non-sectarian prayers
bring students closer together. To
eliminate all religious references
in public life would be impossible
and even undesirable Tht ie Jew
i-h students who are proud to be
Jews ard strong in their faith are
nil disturbed by public prayers in
ihe schools.
On Ihe Meredith incident, the
opinions went strongly in the fol-
lowing direction:
Public schools and colleges
cannot decide for themselves
whether to integrate or not. since
this is a national policy. It would
be morally wrong to leave a choice
to each school. If any college re-
fuses to accept integration volun-
tarily. Federal courts have the
right to direct them to do so.
States cannot be allowed to over-
rule the Federal government.
which ultimately has the right lo
use force if necessary. However,
i: was unfortunate that the Fed-
eral government did not plan an
approach with the states years
ago. in order to avoid a showdown
by force
In the Meredith case, they
telt that the Governor acted in or-
der to retain popular support, but
had no right to reject a court or-
der; that the student body -imply
reflected the views of their par-
ents and communities; and thai
the Federal government handled
the situation as well as it coul.l u
der the circumstances.
I'm the future, delegates i
there was no denying thai I
ir ; it be bitterness, violence
possibl) ;. drop in academic Eta
dards in the early stages ol :nt -
gi ..'urn. i ul thai these were ru
essary evils unless the -late
Fefleri I nerl could wor
out the problems amicably; local-
ly, that Dade County was making
rood progress in conn, ction il i
integration in the schools, and
that a Meredith case could never
happen in the Miami area unless
excessive publicity created a sit-
uation.
Contest Winners
Slated for TV
Winners of the Book Review con-
test held by the Bureau of Jei -
, ish Education for schools in cele-
bration of Jewish Book Month here
were announced by Joseph Cohen,
president of the Bureau.
Fust prize was won by Jeffrey
L. Rosenberg, of Temple Beth Am.
Second prize went to Bita Faye
Norton, ol Israelite Center. Third
prize went to Sheila Aronson. of.
Temple Beth Am: fourth. Gail Re--
nick, ol Dade Heights Jewish Ce -
ter; fifth, Cheryl Kitman. of Tern-
I pie Beth Am. .Indue- were Louis
Schwartzman and Herbert Berger,
! of the Bureau's staff.
The first three winner- will ap-
pear on a special television pi
-ram Sunday. 10:30 a.m.. on Chan-
nel 7. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will in-
troduce the pro-ram. Schwart:-
man will interview the first Hire*
winners,
DURING IHE IEEI... BI SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
Mr. I'.ban nevertheless stood be-
fore us representing a form of
government concern to which he
is particularly predisposed and
for Which even the n a t l 0 n -
ol the high and the mighty, in
cluiling our own. have finally
come to give preeminent consid-
eration.
But once at the apex ol Israel's
rebirth in our time. Mr Kban as
Mini-ter of Education la today
ded net at all among the
n hen- to the Ben-Gut Ion
lj nasty tomorrow
Because he ivtcrrod repeated-
ly here to Israel's physical small
neas alao finding it necessary to
lustily this limitation in the taee
of her great intellectual and
spiritual achievement. I nil. red
p mj i m in a column that
Mr Kban- growing sensitivity
possibl) reflects a new and un-
happ> preoccupation for Israel s
leaders general!)
But I have since come to feel
,1,.,, ,, |s Mr Ebans preoccupa-
tion alone. Finally, he is at
home, where the gigantic v.stas
of his intellectually oriented mind
perhaps find the confines of the
real Israel's borders too narrow
to contain them II this is more
I, ,n speculation, how sad for a
man to whom th- vast historic
vision may have seemed far
more meaningful and alive than
the geographic dol thai has since
become the stark and mlmscule
reality
for
the
finest
hours
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year...give and serve the finest
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Friday, December 14, 1962
vJcMtti Fk-rrrffam
Page 9-A
5th Anniversary UJA Meet Sets 96 Million Goal
Continued from Page 1-A
Cc:n:Tioral activities in eon-
lieii with the UJ^'s ?5th an
> will be directed by a
,< Lommunity activities com-
;' which William Rosen-
v.ald Is chairman.
i ii
H >. i s p er said: Wc
v be world I m ;> h is
c did not
. ,.! .1 .! <'\ T Lid
I I I
plac to jo. We
. have :i well-traine I, con
community in the I .
We are nol unpn pared ''<
, Jev. -ii problems all over
ii (I. ()i;i AniiTu an Jewish
initj is nut an escapist com-
. They have a binding sense
ivalty. Our young people are
becoming more closely associated
h.it day with the Jewish com-
munity."
resting more than 2.000 dele
Igates and guests at the IMA ban-
(|iut Sunday night, former Presi-
|di Harry s. Truman expressed
admiration for "the patience and
[restraint" of Israel's diplomatic
corps who, he said, "year in and
Jji (Hit have been subjected at
[Hi' I'nitcd Nations and other pub-
|l.i' forums to a barrage of abuse
on the part of representatives of
I- ael's neighbors."
Israel has more than lived up
I' thi hopes of all who helped to
I h i her into the family of na-
Mr. Truman said. "She has
e a fortress of democracy ;n
of the world w I; e re t h e
I '.itic tradition has no! yel
root. She has foughl a val-
. against the ravagi ol
She has extended a help
hand to other underdeveloped
tries. She has b' co ne :
lei ol learning and culture And
uve all, she has joined you in
monumental effort in the ab
rption of more than a million
Jews who in Israel have found new
fe and new hope."
rhe UJA took the occasion <>f
v-'-' Truma \ particii ation in its
n liversarj observance to b
ward i i him, in n
'ton i hit 'manj great ai
'' ;i ish p i rid compa sion"
'i i i ol the I
..li 11 the sun I
- "i Nazi tyrann;." Silver
licks rouj hi in Isrj I
n -. nti : to h m bj tfurra;
revter, a twici
n ol
r an v. ar, who
rated
Ni i amp, v the I tcs in
' '' a 'I re< nve i
lr. Trim the i
of 100.00G lisplai i d
faiths
In another ceremony, a gold
medallion, especially struck by
the State of Israel, went to Mr.
Lehman in "grateful recognition
and appreciation" of his "un-
ir.terrupted leadership of the
United Jewish Appeal" since its
founding nearly a quarter of a
cenfvry ago. Mr. Lehman, in
accepting the award, said: "Ours
is a story of the triumph of life
over death, of good over evil; of
compassion over brutality; of
freedom over slavery; of decen-
cy ever the laws of the jungle;
of humanity over inhumanity."
Edward M. M. Warburg told the I
gathering that the purpose of the
anniversary banquet and ol the
projected year-long observance of
the L'JA's record was not io be-
st! upon ourselves a public
praise. Ii is not enough to mourn
our dead unless wc swear that
i (hers v* ill not die because ni am
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Cantor to be Heard
R hard II. Brown will
discu Jewish music and
..: th<
Ch. er, American Jewish Con-
-; 5s meeting nexl Wednesday
noon at the Masonic Temple in
Coral Gables, Mrs. Sam Penchan-
sky, president, !! conduct the
Hireling. Airs. Louis Gold is pro-
gram < bairman.
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'"' "" in, reviewed the UJA's
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I pr a'.l in Ei rope a td I
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its a iust ir
ir all 'i ial
xti a rdir.a w ay
i llsrbcrl A f r a lan, UJA
v- i i tive vice < hairmai, stressed
'" lajor role that Hie U lited
Jewish Appeal has come to assume
n the community since its forma-
tion. He declared that, since its
ncept'on, UJA has served as the
"great unifier" in the American
Jewish community. What the
I'JA has done," Rabbi Friedman
laid, "has been to create one great
nice for American Jewry on prob-
lems of overseas aid. Additionally,
; has been the standard-setter ir
mutters of giving, n has educated
people everywhere to new con j
cipts of responsibility toward
bose they must help."
Mcshe Sharett, chairman of
the Jewish Agency for Israel,
addressing the delegates, said
that, thanks to the help given by
American Jews HirOt'.lh the Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal, and to the
State of Israel's irrevocable
commitment to welcome any
Jew who wishes to come to it,
more than 1,000,OCO Jews have
Hew Bark
Opens Here
Latest banking facility char-
tered hj the Federal Government
i- the County National Bank i I
North Miami Beach whic*i opened
it- doors November 27 ai tempor-
iry quarters at
171 NE 167th St
V e r in a n e n t
[headquaters arc
already u n il e r
!onstructi( n a t
t ii e northwesl
i c o i n e r of \ K
i67th St., and 8th
\vc.
The h a n k i-
'c a pit a lized at
M4V8E? 0.000, with a
surplus of It 1
in undn ded profits making a total
ition of $96 i,
i. unced that th
Dr. J. J. l
nej. assis
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Dr. 1 Carney, :
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net
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Howard adver isi i
, xecutive and Surfside Council-
M Iton Mamber, Mil mi Beach
er Alvin L, S i< ag< insur-
ce executive
bean brought to Israel to begin
new lives since the State's es-
tablishment In 1948.
"But man) more tens ol thous-
ands v t ni"; to come,"
Mr. Sharett told the meeting, "and
" c b en Israel in rec
t.i i umb n all during the past
ar i ii ti sii ns and unrest that
lom nate the life ect \ ::ii tragic impact the no i
ion oi .. inj Jew i h communities.
1 will take ?reat nds and unre-
lenting vigilance and perseverance,
to save them."
Aryeh L Pincus, treasurer of
the Jewish Agency fcr Israel, stres-
sed that the year 1963 promises to
l>e the third year in succession
that Israel will experience a tar
above normal immigration. "The
tens ol thousands who entered Is-
rael iii the past two years have al-
ready imposed an almost impos
sible burden on Israel's people,
particularly with the mod to com*
, plcte their absorption," he said.
"It is the responsibility of Araer
ican Jews to make the extra effort
to help meet the vast needs > : ii h
exisl and v Inch face us
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Friday, Decemb
er [i 1962
Hebrew Academy Sets
Scholarship Banquet
Here for Sunday Eve
The larsest crowd in the history we expected i" attend the 15th an.
ol the Hebrew Academy of Great nua| scholarship dinner on Sunday,
r Miami, more than 1.000 persons. (. pm ;i, t(u, peauville Hotel, ac-
JACK CANTO*
WOlfll COHfN
cording to B. l. Binder, dinner
committee chairman.
Business, civic, fraternal and re-
ligious leader- throughout South
Florida will pay tribute to the
schools 15th anniversary and to
Leonard Rosen, guest of honor,
who is chairman of the board of
directors of the Academy,
representing
"In tht 15 years of its exist-
ence, the Hebrew Academy has
achieved recognition as one of
the finest day schools in the coun-
try," Jack Cantor and Joseph
Cohen, dinner co-chairmen, said.
Trudy Gertler. a senior class
student at Miami Beach High
School, and 19B0 graduate of the
Academy, will highlight the even-
ing's agenda with dramatic inter-
pretations. Invocation will be de-
livered by David Galbut. president
oi the student body, and Michael
Gewitl will recite the benediction.
Greetings will be given bj Louis
Merwitser, president of the He-
brew Aca emy, and Rabbi (layer
AbramowitZ, spiritual leader of
nple Menorah, will speak on
behalf ol the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Assn
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, w'll introduce Rosen as the
guest of honor.
K i Beth Israel Cantor Abraham
Sen will present an after-dinner
musical program, and Jacob Coh-
en, honorary vice preaidenl oi the
Vcademy, will fay grace
The dinner will benefit the Me-
I.:! .. icademj scholarship fund.
\' Inch maintain- more than To per
: ol the stu lenl body
JOSfWf COHfN ">
BILINGUAL AND BI-CULTURAL PROGRAM
toois mmmun
Major Aims of a Top Notch Day School
The HebKW Academy opened
] its doors in September. 19*52 in a
new million dollar building with
. 360 students at 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
The Academy, the only Hebrew
. day school in the southeastern re-
gion ot the lulled State-, operates
a nursery, kindergarten and a
complete elementar) and Junior
High Department <>t the total
student body, there are approxi
mately 60 per cent boys and 10
per cent girls.
The faculty cons;sts of 20 Eng-
lish teachers and 15 Hebrew
teachers, which includes a lib-
rarian, music teacher, speech
therapist, and school psycholo-
gist.
The school draws its student
body from ever) lection of the
Greater Miami area, includii
ip from Brow ard County. West
Miami. South Miami and North
Miami Beach These studei i
transported on a fleet of seven
It i- estimated that the cost per
student i- approximate!) $s*ki per
\. i which includes tuition,
louche- and transportation.
More than 75 per cent of the
-Indent- attending the Academy
are the recipients of either a par-
tial or full scholarship.
It is the aim of the Academy
to develop highly enlightened,
informed and knowledgeable lay
leadership orientated in both the
sacrec and secular. The school's
aim is to have its youth grow up
w'th a love for Judaism and
e'eep rooted loyalty to the Amer-
ican heritage.
In 13 years of the Academy- ex-
istence, the -chool has (traduated
more than To students who are
now attending colleges, universi
ii,.. and theological s* minai ies
throughout tie c< untr) M< re
lhan 20 have received schi
from the high -i
ihey graduated
The Acadenu
contact with it- and
finds that most of I lea*
ing roles in I he i.
life on their cam,
Some graduates
M IT., the Ine Cali-
fornia. Hebrew I
salem. Carre. .-!mj
L'niversit). and other :
higher learning
Two Heorew \.
', cently won Nati
arships, and oni
won the Stati ide Fort
placed second i" the N
entic competitioi
Record Enrolled 350 Students
Sunday's dinner will not only mark the Hebr< 1
day. It will also highlight a redid enrollment of it'
dent- now attend ng the school Tin annual bane
fund-raising source of the Academy, which does not
from am agency or federation
Among Prominent Leaders
In the Academy's Echelons
guest ol
- inday
I at I
board
I
it
U <
office "i <
Trudy Gertler. senior class
student at Miami Beach High
School, and 1960 graduate of
the Hebrew Academy, will
highlight the Sunday niaht
dianex at the Deauville Hotel
with a dramatic interpreta-
tion Trudy is daughter of
Judoe and Mrs. Charles Gert-
ler.'
But ither community leaders
. .ii also assume active roles
ration at the Sunda> din-
ner Among them
Lcuis Merwitxer, president ol
Academy Merwitxer
.- ale a chairman of the buil
fund campaign ami has contribut-
0 toward the
t the new -i hool In
addition, he ha- endowed the
\ em) Administration Bid.
B. I. B;nder, honorar) lite presi-
ol tht Hebrew Academy.
: tile
seven years. He is
imnuttee
i Sunda) e\ ent He ha- en-
dowed the school's English lib-
ra r\.
Jack Cantor, member of the
I he Hebrew
Academ) Cantor i- i leader in
Miami Isr Bond 0
airman "I
j -, b< larshii

la) Hi
endowed i classrt a at l
em).
Joseph Cchen. vice president of
the : It i ii years
n currently serves a- presi-
oi the Bureau of Jewish Edu
1 and is on the hoard of the
II imi .leui-h r"e,!eration
Hi is co-chairman of the 1962
icademj dinner and has end
,i el ; the new school
Wolfie Cohen, honorary chair-
# n of the Hebrew \
-hip diaaer foe IIvt
i Cohen i- i Ml
Beach city councilman and
pit the Academy Hi
also endowed a classroom.
Atiultthlr in mif frttmlillinn I
u< /i" acUtlMM I
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1* fc-Mi$P/r/l
Flee man to Heed Construction Unit For CJ Appeal
Paqe ll-A
i! Fli nan, former j>re
I..... Mir Home Bwlilurs Asm
Florida, has accepted the
position of chairman of the Con-
struction and Allied Trade Dlvi-
5ionj f( t the 19o3 Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign, it was an-
nounces by Erne-t Janis and Sam-
uel Fr (Hand, co-chairmen of the
1963 CJA campaign.
Kleen-an announced that chair-
men (ri the many trades allied
v, iih liie cnrM ruction industry
ni,i h Sidney Lefcourt. presi-
1,-nl of Fe headquarter! on Tuesday after-
noon, iroup chairmen joined to-
vet her to plan 'he 1963 construction
campaign of -the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, and repreaented build-
t uilding suppliera, real eatate
eXe( I, architects and angl-
nei rs
Lee Eisanstain, past prtsident
of th Miami Beach Board of
RealK'S, and president of the
Baron de Hirscrt Meyer Loan
Fund a Federation agency, will
be cm'dinating chairman for the
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Morris Rapidus, noted architect,
will serve .i^ chairman of the
Architects and Engineers Division,
working closely with Fleeman and
Construction Division co-chairman,
James Albert, whose appointment
was also announced here.
Sam Levine and Mnrraj Levine,
1962 co-chairmen of Building Sup-
pliers, will again join the Con-
struction Industry team as co-
chairmen of thi~ important allied
trade.
Said Fleeman: '"In 1962. through
CJA. we were most proud to have
helped 25.000 men and women at
Federation agencies in the Miami
community, and over 325.000 Jews
overseas and in Israel. We are all
aware that the needs for services
at home and abroad will not dimin-
ish in 1963. and we of the construc-
tion Industry must again plan to
; o our part."
A leader in hi-- industry and in
philanthropy. Fleeman is president
of the American Jewish Committee
Miami chapter, and a vue presi-
dent ami chairman of the building
committee oi the Jewish Home for
Hie Aged, ,. Federation beneficiary
-Agency. He has -iiccessiuLLy serv-
ed as co-chairman ol the Construc-
tion Division in previous years, and
a- a member Oi the board of trus-
tee of Temple Israel.
Among other industry leaders
who have accepted high positions!
in their divisions are associate
chairman of Builders. Arthur Litt;
associate chairman of Building
Suppliers. Marshall Berkson: co-
chairman of Architects and Engi-
neers, Irving Korach. and asso-
ciale chairman. Kennedy Treister.
Eisenstain meanwhile announced
that George A. Simon, immediate
paal president of the Miami Board
oi Realtors, who has served as co-
chairman of the Real Estate Di-
vision, will head the campaign in
his area. Harold .1. Siegel. a 1962
co-chairman, will head the division
in Miami Beach; and Norman Ros-
en, also a 1962 co-chairman, will be
in charge of Coral Gables Build-
ers and Real Estate. Associate
Real Estate chairman will be Dave
' Sokol. who served in that position
in 1962.
Arthur M. Shandloff will serve
as chairman of the important
Builder's Division. In this post.
.Shandloff. a former division co-
chairman, will work closely wilh
Fleeman and leaders of the Allied
Trades.
Kronengold to be Speaker
George Kronengold will discuss
his round-the-world journey at a
meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge
of B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club next
Tuesday noon at the Lincoln Lane
Restaurant.
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Friday, December 14 1962
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SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Pirke Aboth Chapter II
Ktihhdu Toihanan. (We son of
Zatyai. received ihr tradition from
Hillfl anil Sliummai. Hf used to
..;\ 1/ thou hast learnt much
Torah. ascribe not any merit to
for thereunto wan thou
..;c.l.
*
He said to them. Go forth and
it< :i :. the '.- od iw to i. hich
Bdti ihould cleave. R. Ii ,c;er
r\ [ood <. R, /oshud (did
\ | ( friend; R. /me said. A
neighbor; R. Simeon
. i foresee* the fruit of an
R tlazar tatd, A good
irt. Thereupon iir Mid to them
pprove the hn :i-.c
Arach, rather than your
rd -"r in hit ivordi voun jrt
... :
*
R /octttM said T/ie ml eye, rhf
indtion, and hatred ,.( his
loiv-credtHrei drive a man out of
uorlJ.
*
R Elazdr said. Be eager to learn
\tloU what aiuivei
licver; ^riOH' alto b.
- r.;..tt todest and who thy
', I.,, wli" I lil /... thee the
| :' labor.
i
\\)iicstion tTjOX
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is a tractate of the Talmud
called a "Masseket" or "Mas-
sekta?"
It is believed that this term
comes from a root meaning "to
weave" and that the expression
originally referred to the web or
the woof of the loom. From this I
source the expression came to sig. |
nify a structure and then a com-!
posite literary construction such
as a tractate of the Talmud. Some
commentaries draw a moral infer-
ence from this expression, by
claiming that just as the passage
back and forth of the loom makes
the fabric ever stronger and bet-
ter constructed, so does our going
back and forth over the Talmudic
tractate make our knowledge and
our faith ever stronger and surer.
It is interesting to note that the
English word "text," coming from
the Latin "textus" also had this
>ame original meaning which stem-
med from a weaving operation.
a
What is the origin of the nimtt of
tha Hebrew months as we have I
them today?
The origin of the names of He-
brew months as we have them to-,
day is admittedly Babylonian, as.
the Talmud itself points out (Yeru-
-halmi, Rosh Hashona 1:2'. Be-
fore the Babylonian period the
tendency was to refer to the
months by means of numbers (i.e.
Tishi is mentioned in the Bible as,
Hi.' seventh month. Adar as the
Ifth month, etc ) although
-ometimes a few names were used.
,-tcally, one can say that Hebrew
tradition tried to make man think
i tir.ie as a unity and to its sub-
division! as components of that
unity.
K>pecially is this true in the at-
U nipt to start the count of the
months in the Bible from Nissan.
the month of the Exodus and re-
demption from Egypt, thus relat-
ing the notion of every month as
tuing so far away from the great
climax of the exodus. Even start-
ing the count of the months from
Ti-hri represents an attempt to
draw attention to the creation of
the world which took place on
Tishri. In this way no date is an
Isolated, event in Jewish history;
hut all periods and events are but
n extension of the creation of the
world or the Exodus from Egypt.
What an idealistic way this is of
looking at human history!
W hew the be i row
itrxft comes ^noch.ing at
Ml I).

and few
^ II
Sn <7L C&Un Of JHiami'. C&ligiou. Xif<
Let Us Pay the Pledges
Made in a Moment of Pain
By RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN
Rabbi Emeritus, Temple of Aaron
Congregation, St. Paul, Minn.
This week we read the third
consecutive Sidrah devoted to sig-
nificant episodes in Jacob's check-
ered life. II" had matched wits
with Esau and La ban. He had tem-
pered the jealousies between Le ih
and Rachel. He had recoiled from
the severe blow struck by Dinah's
outrage and its horrifying conse-
quences. His sons had just re-
turned from the city of Shechem,
laden with booty, alter they had
slain all the males of the com-
munity.
God's word came to him to re-
turn to'Beth El. where he was to
build an altar in gratitude for
God's appearance lo him. when he
ran away from Esau who plotted
to kill him. There was alo the
vow he had made to give a tithe
to God, of everything he possess-
ed.
We can ea>ily imagine that when Jacob told his sons of his inten-
tion to make good his pledge, they said: "Very well, pay your pledge.
There is an abundance of gold and silver in the spoils we have taken.
We shall have enough left, after the 10 percent is paid.''
s
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... paying one's pledge
HGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ctrlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever.
;i.m. Sal nr S. nil. n. Tl .-.'; .in, ,.: Ih. 1 lid
Ti stun

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
FYldaj vr. |i.m. Saturday a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Philip William, -......t Dr.
anil Mi- II. 11,, m |., \ in.

BETH EL. 500 Sw i/tn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
Kermnn: "Meeting Our Responslbll-
itli Bar Mltivan: Ira Allan, son of
Mi and Mi a. Lmj i later.
-
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
I- iila' K:I5 ii.iii Plllpil KUenlx: l.airv
Winson and Su ,.n llecker !' the
H it School. Sat-
.i la] 8: la a.m.

BETH JACOB. 301311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
I i day "':i"i p.m. Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "RelirfloUH Co-Existence."
GEMS OF WISDOM
W'/ki !.!!. d agreeable food iio- ;
\ates ihret prohibition*: he hurti ;
!: health, wastes food, and offers I
u benediction in rum. AKIBA.
*
Kugel." this holy national divh,
lone more for (he preservation ;
of Judaism than jII three issues of \
the magazine. HEINE
?
It is "Tiholnt" alone ilut unites
them f:M in their old covenant.
- HEINE.
Food '..':< one noble.

HEIl :
t'.n ii<>tfs:nt; thai icill prevent
\i>ii J, '": eating.
I US TIBBON.
came here, they vowed that if God would restore them to health and
wholesome life, they would respond generously to worthwhile causes.
The people who have come here have brought with them material
possessions, honorably acquired. The time is ripe to go to "Beth-El"
to the House of God, which is symbolic of everything vital in Jewish
life, and to pay the pledge made in a period of pain and adversity.
rCeliqlon BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
I Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Tho War
Jacob must have replied: "No. children, it would be sacrilege to In On." Sam Brambler, president of
pay a vow to God with such goods. Turn over all your tainted possess- i '.tub witl**i>ar"lo'ii>a" In the*service*
ions to me." They did so, and Jacob buried them in the ground. He]Saturday 8:46 a.m. btrmou: "Brother-
would pay his tithe with money honestly earned. j!> '""
Many of our people came to Florida in poor health, seeking the J^JJ^^Jt toS^rSw.nt''
benefit of its balmy climate and invigorating sunshine. When they | Friday p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Daily
; ;ni a.in.

BETH TORAH. Ib4tn st. ana NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
echitz. Cantor Bcn-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 5:15 and *:3" p.m. Bocmon:
"The Candlelifbtlng Ceremony, Pa-
gan or piona. Consecration of 1-a
students. Saturday smt. a.m. liar
Mitivah: Kribert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry FYi-edman.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 7S8 SW 18th St., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
l'riii.iy 8:30 p.m. CJueat spuaker. Bar-
rett M. Rnthenbein. attorney. Topic:
"Miami Dateline. Israel." Saturday
S:ti a.m.

OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con- I
eervative. Rabbi Harold Riehter. I
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
l-Yiday 8:15 p.m. Barmon: "Touth ami
the RynaienKUe." Junior I'nited Syna-
kokuh Touth group will conduct ser-
vices with gui-st speaker ESsta sicin-
. r. Saturday >s::ti> a.m. Sermon: "Por-
tion of the Week."

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
FTIday 5:15 ami n: 1 ." p.m. Sermon:
"Answer the Call." Ones siiabhat
hosts: Mr, and Mrs. Mi.ha.-l Mabel In
honor of their anniversary. Saturday
: a.m.

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Bth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Chanuka
Preparations. Saturday 'J a.m. Jun-
i. r sen U es l"::'al a.m.
; performs m but Hf doesn't grow com In the I
houses of the rions.
MAASEH HOOK. .^

Benefit front Ecumenical
- '
Tli it puge is prepared in
= cooperation toith the Spiritual
I Lradrrt of the Greater Miami
I Rubbinicol Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
ROMEPope John XXIII
xpressed the hope that the results
)f the first session of the Ecumen-
cal Council which concluded here
ast weekend would benefit both
Catholics and non-Catholics. In a
message summing up the work
performed so far by the Council.
he Pope declared:
"We are hopeful for the results
lhat can be expected in the future
"rom the application of the Coun-
cil's decisions, results not only for; be a completely modern-language
he Catholic Church, but also for, version of the Old Testament, pre-
our brothers who name themselves pared by a committee headed by
after Christ, and also for the mul-; Dr. Harry M. Orlmsky.
titudes of men who are bearers of j XX
most ancient, glorious and precious | 117-Yo.r-Old Synagogue
civilizations which have not to; BALTjM0RE(JTA)A group of
ear that the light of 0^ Pc 's Baltimore residents, acting Ihroueh
night take anything away from tfcc Jewisn Historical Society of
them."
Asks Christian-Jewish Amity
Maryland, has arranged to buy
and restore the Lloyd Street Syna-
gogue, the first in Maryland and
,ho. the fifth oldest Jewish House
m* ,hal Worship in the United States.
of
The structure, which has not
he Western world still faces "bat-
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
FYlda? S:15 p.m. Sermon: "The itti>
AimlvVraarj of the UN Universal
Dt'Claraiii'ii ..l lliiinan KiRhts." Sat-
urday 10:15 a.m. liar Mltsvah: IIinry,
son of -Mr. anl Mrs. Edward I* Dcni-
son.

TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
Kridav s::io p.m. Sermon: "Jacob
Wrestled -- With Whom?" Saturday
9:80 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Lawrenoe, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris I-asktr.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. t701 Washlno-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
Frldsv S.-.10 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Selina, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Uivky. Bar Mltsvah:
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. ltaphacl
K. Tunes; I>avid, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil QIU.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot-
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Why is
our Worship DtfferantT"
a
TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Frldaj 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Brain Sur-
g.-iy under Battlefield Conditlon."
Sjiturday 10:10 a.m. Bar Mltsvah:
Michael, .-on of Mr. and Mis. B.
David Rosen.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiu. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday U:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sfcr-
mon: "The Portion of the Law."

TEMPLE NER TAMIL*. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday *:18 p.m. Sermon: 'BfiiKioua
Values for a Losl Oeneratlon." Satur-
day >:i"i a.m. Bai Mltsvah: Wayne,
son of Mrs. Bstelle Tischler.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor- TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
ris Berger.
Frida] B:1S p.m. fluest speaker, Char-
lea Roaenbers;, president "f the Tem-
ple, will discuss highlights of his trip
around the world. Saturday v a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Larry, son "f Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Robinson,
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Frida) 11:80 p.m. tluesl speaker, Na-
than Perlmutte*-, executive director,
Florida Regional Office of the Antl-
Reform. Rsbbl
"Amen,
"STuBE" defined lo.er- group of Baltimore landmarks.
K*
All-Day Religious School
PROVIDENCE (JTA) An all-
WOOO. 1361 S.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
FYMaj 8:15 p.m. I'ulplt guest, Rabbi
Marlua Ranaon. Topi.-: "The Nobel
Prise Winner Who 'Died' Four
Times." Saturdaj u a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHlRAH. Sunlland
sincerity."
Book of the Month
ance as "an active human effort of
will power and self-discipline.
which makes a person acknowl-
edge that his fellow may havc^y preparatory school, offering a -^^ So oiKit nwy Recon.
other convictions, held with equal fu|| program of Jewish religious] ,tructionist. Ratci Morris Skop
instruction, along with a general ^O^M^ajjWi*
academic program, will be estah- ,.V|. ,,,, uj.,i,k the Hebrew Poet
lishetl by the Reform movement. 1
.. The proposal to form such a school
ssrsjsntiva s........... -*-..
12100 NE 15th ave.
Daniel M. Lowy.
Friday 8:15 pin. Sermon:
s. laii. Hallelujah."

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry |
Wernick. Cantor Albert Giants.
Friday ::!<> p.m. Sermon: "Traglo
Misusing of Language." Sisterhood'
win host the Oneg Shabbat. Satur-j
day v a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor
Ben Zvi- .
i riday 5 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'Thy
Name Shall be Israel." Saturday 8:45
a.m. Sermon: "The Death of Rachel.

YEHUDA" MOS"r i**n W Oixle
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday B:1S p.m. Pulpit guest, jerry
Susainan, of the I'nlied Bynagoguea
of America. Topic: "Temple Life To-
day." Rabbi Shalowlta, offlcera and
trustees will be Installed. Saturday
;i a.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin St.tuber
Kridav 5:15 p.in. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: \ Sabbath I mon: "A Forgotten Bra.' Minolta 5:11
p.m.
mon: "Approaching Chanuka Our
F. .-tival ol Lights."
v:;u |. m v\. Icome i" > Isltors
San Sali ador, J >^ Ish slsti i
. ommunil) Sntui "PortInn
Ul mi, it

4144 Chase
CANDLtUGHTING TIME
17 Kislav 5:14 pan.
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>, Uni*f fhridfitr
Friday, December U 1952

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Browsing With Books: By HIIARY M1NDUN
fl



MONTHS BEFORE CHANUKA is due. I begin to look at
publishers' lists with an especially speculative eye.
It has become my annual Chanuka hunt for some really
Hood juvenile books which I can happily and hopefully
recommend as gifts for ones favorite children. 1 believe
very stronglv that at least one of a child's Chanuka gifts
should be a Jewish book. This year I have found thre.
They are all published by The Jewish Publication Society
of America. 222 N. 15th St.. Philadelphia, and they can
be ordered from there or from your Hebrew Book Store,
or perhaps trom Sisterhood gift shops. They are all big
books, running from 139 to 176 pages, and they all sell
for $2.50. The publishers suggest an age span of six to

nine, but I find my five-yearold enraptured by tl.o.n
and. knowing how sophist.caed our children are these
da vs. I would say that four is not too young.
Anything that Sadie Rose Weil.rsto.n writes .s superb
WHAT THE MOON BROUGHT .s a collec ion of Short
stories, each one of which deals with a holiday, and win
a central feature of each holiday The colored e* ol
Lag Ba'Omer. the story of the animated Pcsach dishes.
and the dolls' Chanuka (which incidentally has a lot of
B00d ideas, are only three of the charming tales which
Take the two little girls of the book. Kuthic and Deob>.
r"n'little new angel. Kuthie and Debbie get a
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Kennedy Takes on McCarran Walter Act
Washingtoci
PRESIDENT KENNEDY is draft
ing a message to Congreei
asking lor liberalization <>1 the Mc
Canon Walter immigration Act.
This legislative request wil
probably be sent when Congress
convenes next month. It may b<
cited in the State 0! the I'nio:
sage.
On December 24 the McCairan-Walter Act will
have been in force ten years. The Act's racial pro-
visions, by which German and Angl Saxon immi-
grants are considered more desirable than other
peoples, have made these ten years a decade ol
discrimination al a time when America 1- seeking
world moral leadership one of the major com-
plaints heard abroad bj American diplomats, the
Peace Corpsmen, and others is the biased U.S. na-
tii nal origins qu< ta system.
How far will President Kennedy go m seeking
revision? Experts like Harry Rosenfield, former
U.S. Displaced Persons Commissioner, feel that the
Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
A German Arrives
Jerusalem
THE VISIT TO Israel of
West Germany's Bun-
destag President Dr. Eu-
gen Gerstenmaier again
accentuated the ever fresh
and never ending debate
on the question of Israel-
German relations.
To many, the debate
low seems essentially an
academic one. unable to
affect the course which
has been set with the con-
clusion of the Reparations agreement ten years ago.
the extensive relations that developed over the past
decade, highlighted by the meeting m New York
between Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. in his bold approach, has. on
a number of occasions, emphasized that his attitude
is based on the recognition of the hard facts of
life stemming trom the constellation of the lorces
on the international arena and the sober evaluation
of Israel's vital needs and interests and it is mainly
on this background that the question of relations
with Germany is determined.
The almost general acceptance of this premise
has shifted the debate from the basis of principle
to the level of "degree." Some feel the relations
must exclude the cultural field; others that Israel
must not sell West Germany any arms. Herut has
of late been underscoring the political implications
as affecting the possibility of rapprochment with
the Eastern bloc and in last week's Knesset debate
her criticism was directly chiefly at the aid which
West German experts are giving Egypt in the devel-
opment of her rockets
This shift in the debate has produced an atmos-
phere in which German tourists can move around
the country without 1 yoking any extraordinary re-
action. Ten or even five years ago the arrival of
nized croups of German youths would have no
doubt aroused wide protests and such a venture
would have been considered Inconceivable Today
many such gfWps arrive and even though some may
1 ol he too "enthusiastic" about it. it doc- not occur
to anybody to demonstrate against it.
it would of course he m the truth to state that Israelis now accept the tie-
with Germain ai I matter of course, hut they are
[tly accepted as an unavoidable development when
less and lesi people arc inclined to probe
White House should seek sweeping revision ol the
whole McCarran-Walter structure including the con-
troversial deportation and denatuialization provisions
and dubious judicial procedures Mr Rosenfield
think- such a request would allow ground for man-
euver and room, if necessary, for comprom te.
Others take different approaches, ranging from
the substantial proposals 01 Sen. Philip A. Hart.
Michigan Democrat, t" timid measures lor minor
piecemeal modifications.
Mr. Rosenfield maintains thai while the Hart
Bill (S, 30431 may not correct all delects, its adopt-
ion would be a constructive .i" ment. Some 26 Senator- alrea > support it, includ-
ing six members of the Senate Judicial") Commit-
tee which must act upon it Senator Hart is chair-
. ol the Committee's immigration Subcommit-
tee.
The bottleneck, of course, lies in the House Im-
migration Subcommittee headed !>> Hep Francis
E. Walter, Pennsylvania Democrat, who is co-author
1 the McCarran-Walter Acl Tin question is wheth-
er the Administration can make a deal with Hep
Walter. It is as yet unknown how far he will go
in honoring a personal request from President Ken-
nedy for substantial revision ol the I I
Rep. Walter has so far militant!} resisted basic
changes of the Act's narrow philosophy. Hi
v displayed a biased attitude toward Jews and
Israel. Dunne the last session, he introduced
measures to ban further immigration from Israel
and to deny landing rights to Kl Al Airlines These
lulls arose from his rage over the Soblen case. Thej
subsequently died in committee.
President Eisenhower sent three special mess-
ages to Congress in 195G. 195V and I960, proposing
basic amendments to improve the Act, especially
the biased national origins quota system. These
proposals perished because there was no vigorous
follow through by the Republican leadership nor any
inclination on the part of Democrats like Rep. Wal-
ler to even consider the Eisenhower messages.
Both the Republican and Democratic 1960 plat-
forms contained immigration planks denouncing the
quota system and other discriminatory provisions.
The Democrats said in 1960 that "we are confident
that "a Democratic President in cooperation with
Democratic Congresses will again implant a humani-
tarian and liberal spirit in our nation's immigration
and citizenship policies."
For two years the White House did nothing to
implement the Democratic immigration pledges. It
became the lost horizon of the New Frontier. But
now the President's aides feel that, with election
results in mind, the hour might he ripe for action.
The Hart Bill would completely eliminate na-
tional origins as a basis for determining quotas
and would put greater emphasis on reunification of
families. It would authorize a total world quota of
250.000 per year, including provisions tor aamission
of up to 50.000 refugees and escapees.
Panorama:
babv brother, and his presence serves .-.- ., spi ,,,rd
for the most exciting presentation of .lev .hi; ,
have ever come across in a child's book There is moct
in th's hook folklore, learning. Jewish attitudi ;,n(j
it is done with such warm and perfect charm thai retdi
as delightfully for the adult as for his little listet r Th
story which tells how a Safer Torah is written mid. 1
would gue s. instruct many grownups, while the 01 jhout
the "seder" <>n L'ncoln's birthday (and whj not cele-
brates a deliverance from slavery, does it not' rates
bcautiiully the kind ul creative observance of dail] ewisk
life which Mrs. Wcilcrstem brings to he: books \.A1 l(,
one's own example, there is no better way to train chil-
dren in Jewish values and attitudes toward i. .rning.
charity, other and different people than through book
like tlii- Mathilda Keller's illustrations for botl
add to the pleasure.
THE ALEPH-BET STORY BOOK, h; Debot ..,.
gives a storj for each letter of the Hebrew alphabet The
fetters are personalized fat Mem who wants to reduce,
little Yod who thinks he is not important wise Resh (be-
cause his name means headi and the stone- ai ither
based on traditional Jewish legends, or *!< thej derive
from the meaning of the name of the Idler, or >m its
rite and shape Lower the top age for thi- on. to ibout
seven, although the slightly older child who 1- |
ning Hebrew school might find it an ex.. morji
aid. and it s whimsical enough to escape seeming
Howard Simon's illustrations are very gaj
Here. then, are three that you can tru-t
more than Chanuka gelt They're gi Id
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
On a Fine Speaker
ONE OF THE n*
speakers at ti 1 arbutl
orami I say tin- w h all
-1M ( t to the fort 1 -.c taleo
Vmbassador Abba Ebai as I
Iwayi be remembered by Ai
an Jewswas Pierre F Gflbi 1
ormer French Ambassador to la-
ael who during his seven-year
tav m Israel concentrated no'
a 1. u.. ..... uiacy but on mastering so difficult a
Hebrew,
1 am no judge of Hebrew, but as I rereai
notes on the dinner. I realize why \!: Gilbert has
been ore of the most beloved diplomats in Israel
he is a Frenchman, witty, humanitarian and
orful. Only a Frenchman could have forj
paragraph, "I have no intention whalsover to try
and make you believe that the Israelis possess and
di-play nothing but the nicest qualities : I M
world, It they did, they would be very dull and
thai thej are not at all "
One of his most pertinent observations, be
almost directly on Tarbuth'a dedication to the ad-
vancement ol Hebrew culture, was the remark that
he could see neither objection nor impedim.
bilingual cultureEnglish and Hebrewin th.
ish community. in Europe, especially in France,
he said, "the study of Latin, and soinetm >!
Latin and Greek, la still considered as an importaal
factor in the education of the youth, as a tabh
too! for the formation of the mind Would ll be
looked at a- too ambitious, too far-fetched
to suggest that the Jewish youth all over the *orM
have a trj al Hebrew instead of I-atin or Greek*'
Tarbulh's objective is a most laudible one tor it
is obvious that if the Jews chutz laretz are t" mata-
tain ties of culture and understanding with the
Jews within the Land, they must acquire the in-
strument of expression the Jews in Israel maftSf
bestHebrew.
-
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Success of a European Drive for Funds
BARAPHRASING SHAKESPEARE. Wl -
' may say. the evil that men do get

mo-t of the newspaper coverage. W
-ce headlines every day about peop
Committtlog burglaries. I have yet t
lee stones about the many people w'
have not committed burglaries Then
are maany people who have never bc<
guilty of arson or cracked -an -, h
their name-- do not get in the pape
Tins lead- to a distorted image of the w.
We read -tone- about anti-Semitism, yel it was an
nounced in Paris the other day thai 60 per cent of the
chasers of Israel Bonds m Holland are non-Jews, Yel
no newspaper mentioned it.
The announcement came with the organization of a
1 Committee for the sale 1 Isi i- in
rope, headed i>\ Karon Fdinond Rothschild It '.- pro
to -ell SO million dollars worth of Itrsv
Europe, The figure was chosen because that is appruV
mately the average annual yield in the I S
BUI America ha- five million Jews to bin
Where an to be found the Jew- In Europe '
much' For answer, the speakers at the eon*
the) "ere rely m- on nun-Jew s to stand, when
(or the exterminated Jews of Europe. The Commw
whii h h 1- tx en set up includes many n
I the head oi the' International I hamber COS
mei I even a < ardinal. Such auspices pre?
Anothei reason whj we may hope' foi its -
fact thai the drive is headed b) Baron
child, a grandson of erj unique figun
who in hi- long life pursued two ambjl ,0 ','
the fl ., Jewish II.1111. Ian
his name ou! oi the papers


December 14. 1962
+JewisJh Flcric/ton
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
-ICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
oter 10TM Acts ol 1941
File AA-20868
is HI REB1 (11VEN ti, .-
,,, n, 1 f mitf of HlalMh
i ; .1.- Nip. ISO Issued
. i,n ,. May, a 11 1160, ha*
,1, H t ,.- flee, ; i I liii^- made
:i tax deed tn I" i--
,,.n .-aid Certificate em-
following dosorlbed prop-
. i. :.,;* of Dade, State of
n
|,M-U H*. Hl;tl-sli ITtli Ailill-
llli I Book -'' I'"-''
7. Tow nahlp ":' South.
i in the City of Hla-
,. ini i i ladi stui.- ..I
,.-.,, ritl of said property
li hi. wan in Hi,
li,-, _- I.. N'v.v.
1,1 li tti ahall ha re.
,-i.idlm ',i h\v, the nrop-
, In iii in- sold to
idddei Nt the Court Housi
[| \|..ii.l... in III,
18 I Hi, !i i. Hi.
i. tt ii day No> ember,
; ii-2i
r Mmu
II VTrlKRM v V
. .ii 1 '.....1
1- ty, l- ,,- i,l..
!' vi lerpi-:r
1 Clerk
11 :'.". !_'
NOTICE UNDER
TlTIOUS NAME LAW
KF'H Y UlVEN
.-':- Ill | li...,:. in i
I ii.i in- of
i \ \- i: m i ,- Co lm
ich 1- l>'I 1,1 intend
., wit I I hi C
. ; i ladi i 'i
Rl KRR
- i i: v\ KIN*K||
lJ*F*l*
I
ii an, 12 ;
-I 1-21
NOTICE UNDER
LTITIOLS NAME LAW
I- HKRKKY ISIVEN thai
siring ii> engage In
i minus name "f
w iri: i.iitic company
North Weal J7th
i rlda Intend la rag-
n.!- with thi i'l.-rk ,it the
I I wde County, Florida.
\l Iti i. v '-'' <>--!
IN F* lilt 'i:. 50' I iwn.-r
Inldsti n .v.- Pacsler
- foi i:--t i- Irinf h
Street
11 23-20, 1! 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
* CTITIOUS NAME LAW
is HEREBY (11VEN that
ign< i li siring i" ngagi In
.ri-i.- h< fictitious n.iii.....r
. i -H \n u i 6JT0 N.W. I?th
thi -I Miami, Florida
,i < i: i he sni.l nam
nt li.-
lurid*
N \T< I.EVI, Co-owner
USl i.nv'i, i'o-owner
- l w. I'M AN
I .. ilils
11 23-30, I! 7-11
BY HENRY LEONARD
caesarea Dunes
LEGAL NOTICE
>-*&y/zz
"Weeds in the putting green! That's
what happens with a Labor Government."
Copr. 196?, Dayeng Production*
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADfc COUNIY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56234-B
X RK Esiaii
I.II.1.1 \\ Itl I'.IN SKtl.M.,
!., -.,-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- k \
lug in, > I -
' .,
v.iii un
quired In pi..... *
mundi which ioi
the eatate I.Milan
- -I latl I '.nil
i- Ma* -
Against Said
t.i the County
ty, :,ii,i ii'-
.ii i.i,.\ i,t.
Statutes, In th,
n.-tifi- il .,ii,l re-
ii urns a ii i de-
ma* nan> aga nai
Ituhln Segal, de-
nty, I-lm ill.
LEGAL NOTICE
i ,i.-. ..1 Dadi
an .- in dupllc
Seeti -n "33.16,
il 11 in tin
.n-
and
rlda
Ul. -
' nil Court uf
ty Courthouse In Hade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
il,. time of the tiist publication li
I', nr the same will be barrel!
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
da* [ November, A.M. I 6l
ANNK HERMAN
\ A,lmiiiis.tr-nri\
Tallanotf, Waller Lltman
Attorneys (n Administratrix
with | i-" Lincoln lid., Miami Reach, Hit
Dad* 11 So, 12 7-H-2I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 57561 -B
IN RK Batate of
MARTIN WEINREB
n'ot'.CE TO CREDITORS
I'n All Creditors and All I'el sons Hav-
ing Claims hi Demands Agalusl Said
Estate:
\,, .i -. het ebj notified and re-
quired t" present any claims and de-
mauds whii-li you may have again*!
tin- estate of MARTIN WEINREB
deceased late of Dade County, Fior-
ina, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupllcn -
and as pruvided In Section 733.16,
F'loridu Statutes, in their offices in
tin- Count* Courthouse In Dade I'mni-
, i), Florida, within six calendar months
. from the lime of the first pubMcatlon
hereof, or the same mill be barred.
Dated :it Miami, Florida, this 38th
day oi November, A.M. 11*62.
MILTON -I wavni:
Aa Adminlatrator
I.HoN A. KPKTKIN
Atioi'iii s for Estate
ISO l.iiu'oln Road
Miami Deach, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICK I.- IIKKEHY lllVEN thai
tin undersigned, desiring to engagi
in liusmess mill, i Hi. fictitious oamej
' I II.mKIHA \ |.;\-| rifl.s a* L'lK*
N'.i:. Mlth Sli.,1. .Miami 62, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
I Her* of the i 'ir.-mi Coi rt "i I >ade
County, Florida,
HAROL-l i S, Si'llW'ARTZ
ALBERT .1 T A Hit SON
-AIITH A MANDLHR
Attorneys f r Harold S, Schwarti el al '
^"7 l.ii.....Iii Road, .Miami Beach
JE 1-7417
____ 12 7-1 1-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 12849
JOSKF1NA SANiMIK/..
I'lnlntlff,
\ H,
i'.ii.i ;ii i .- \.\'i -iii-:/..
I tefendant,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: Kl'l.i Mih i SANCHEZ,
Address 1'iricnoivn
VOC, EII.OQIO SANCHEZ, Address
I'nknown, are roqulred to rile yout
i to iIn- Complain! foi Dlvon
with tin- Clerk of the above Court,
and serve a i--,;,\ thereof upon G1NO
II S'EURETTI. Attorney, '-11 Con
gress Hldg., Ill N.E 2nd Avi nue, Mi-
ami. Florida on 01 before the Sth das
of January, !:n;:. or else complalnl
will be taki n as i onfi ssed.
Mated Ul .Miami. 1 mi.la thin
day of Novemlier, \:'-'-l
K. II LEATHERM \N i 'I- rk
ill Court, Dade i ints I"
i-- ul i lly: C. I' i'i tl'ELANI i
I lepul i'i-: k
12 T-ll-21-2'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Uth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 12838
i il-AI >YS R, I.i >i I.W i ii H i.
IM.limit'.
\ s.
I-AII. RM.lt ITT l.n'KWm H
I'. fendnnt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON
To: I'Vt I. i:i.l.lnTI' I.i M'KWlMi'"
l: 11 ei, Rndlcott, N Y.
Vhi'aki-: herebj notified thai a
Complain! for Divorce has been filed
against you, ami \ Quired tn aerve a cop* of your Anawer
tn th. Complain! on the Plaintiff's
attorney. LBSTF'H ROOERH, whose
address \t 2I N.W. 14th St.. Miami.
Florida, and file the original of your
Answer in the offlci ,-f the Clerk ol
the Eleventh Judlolal Circuit in and
for Dade County, Florida, on or be-
fire the Sth day of January, 1868, in
default of which (he Complaint will
be tak.-n as confessed by you,
Dated tin 28th da}' of November,
1961
E, R, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circnil Court, Dad* County, Florida
is, all Bj : K M. I.YMAN
Depotj Clerk
12 7-14-31-28
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jen i fti fhridHicuri
solicits your legal notice**.
Wo appreciate yout
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-1605
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 19-41
File AA-20875
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY CIIVEN thai
li l.i uf, holdet Cltj nl Hialeuh Tax
Sale Certificate No 1 i" Issued the
2Jlh day of May, A.D, ;:'"-'. has til- ^
same in my office, and has mad< ap
plication foi it tux d< ed to bi lasui d
then on. Said Certificate embrai -
the follow in lied pro m rty in
,:it\ ,,t I >udi Slat.- ,,l l- Ida
I ,.t s III" k 126. Hialeuh 17th Addn
a in.!.. rial Rook -"'. I'agi '. s
7. To nship ','. South, R inge ;:
i:., -i in thi t ul m in I. li 11. i 'ounl
ol iu li Fl Ida.
The -i -I I" operty
-i.i ci rllfli ate va> In the
nil.....: i;. ,.. I. Nyi
I'nless Bald i tlfic -i- shall be re-
ih ui. ,1 a. il ding to law. t he prop-
erty described herein v\ill bi wild t
g| -i blddei al the "out i House
il.....n the Uisi Monday In thi
month of January, 1863, which is the
7tli day of January, ''"-;
I'ai. i lids 26th day ( N".
1862
III'.,-!.
i-:
II. LEATHERMAN,
'1,-ik of i Ircull Court,
i >adi ''......ly. Floi Ida
lly: i: M. i.i:i:i'i:i;
Deputy Clerk
ii ii". 12 i-H-21
"| IN
-r COUNTY JUDGES COURT
*.D FOR DADE COUNTY,
r_ORIDA IN PROBATE
No 37689
,i.
\ ii M.i.l i'I'll i
-- -1
' .TICE TO CREDITORS
i-dliot nd \" I"......n- Hav-
. : -. inand> >- -i*i-i Said
h. :, .. not If hi! ana i.-
-... .i claims nd di -
, |i .... may luive against
ol M \l;i \ tlALI.l'CCIO
if D idi 'ounty, 1-1'n -
i *. v JudKi s of I 'i'1-
in theii
nty i ',,it' house in
I oi Ida, iihin six cat-
i

In ,ia',
. h< i.i.i.
i
u i.i uxrccio
1 i
i'INK .\ r> >RMAN
,f th.
sain-
- 1
1! S3-3n, 12 7-11
im,
in:
i iT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL
U'T, DADE COUNTY, FLA
No 62C 12489
mm.1.1 :r,
J IT Mll.I.IIR,
lull!
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
I MII'.IKTT Mll.l.KK. IS28 i
i,-. street, Philadelphia, |
un notified lo aerve n
-in* answer lo Divorce Com-
' '- i agalnal you on Plaintiff's
liEoRfiK NICHOLAS, 111
live -Miami, Kla.. and file
i'ii Clerk of this Court on
26 l mi., i. 1*63, other-
.1-. ni.-ss,',| li>
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE*
No. 50792
RK Estate >!
SADIE MANNHKIMER
I ,-.-.-.- il
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Nil'I'P I". is hereby given that We
have filed i I Inal Repot t and Pe-
tition for I ilstributloii and Final Dla-
i hat u'- a- i '..-!'v ttors -if Ihe ea-
;,i,. ,.i Sadn Mannhelmer, deceaseil:
and thii l n thi h day Ja
will upply to the Honorable
i ounty Judgi I" ide i' mnty, PkH -
,i.i. foi ap rovu id said Flm i Ri -
,i mill foi distribution and final
,ii-, h.nui us '"-I7v,-- uii-is ..1 the --
u.i, ,,| thi e-n i tlNxl d
i h iluy ,.| Novi inl'i-i. 1862,
,i. \it \ M. TANNBNHAI M
MIl.Ti i.N I! MANNHKIMER
Ki ,\ Mil; m wmiiii.mi'.i:
y -
Ijn Lincoln i:.'
\l .,,, i I:. Kin Ida
12 7-1 I-IM '-'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 12804
' MARY i'AI'.MA MI.
i'laintlfl
I vs.
i-u: ri:< l'ARNKVALI,
1 |i,t,nil.int
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
in PIKTRO CARNEVALI
. iti sidence I'n know n
| VOC ARE HHREBV NOTIFIED that
I ;i iiomplainl for Divorce has been med
against you b MVKV CARNKNALl.
and therefore, you are required to til.-
your Anawei with tin i'\,-rk < the
above courl and aerve n copy Ihi reol
SVMIIII, IHHJCASTRO, Attor-
,. .. plaintiff, 178 .- W I7ih Ave-
mi, .Mian. I .....la. "ii or bel.....
i muai i S i I, ,l" i '"-''"*"'
pro confesso will be entered agalnal
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi underalgned, dealring to engage In
business under the fictitious name m
lil'Y i'ASKIIV RAMBLER COMPANY
al tJMS s.-niii federal Highway,
Homeatead, Klerldn intend to regiater
said nan,, with th.- Clerk -! the Clr-
cull Courl of Dade t'ounty, Florida.
I'ASkl.V AND WALL COMPANY,
a ll.'i i.la i'.ii'I'..
Sole i n. i
.1. DAVID LIEBMAN
Attorney for Applicant
12 r-lt-21-Zl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57800-C
\ RE: Estate ol
i:i IMU.K li SCHM1TT,
I.....-aed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I .mi,- oi Demands Agalns! Said
t*stati
You tire hereoy notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demand*
which von may haw agalnal the --
I late ,i Rl IK ILK H SCHMITT -
, as. .1 lute ol DADE County. Flor-
ida, i" the Cuunty .iiiiImi- "f Dade
ICounty, and (He the same In tin it of-
! rices iii tin County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within si\ oal-
lendar months from the date
I first publication hereof, or thi
will be haired.
JOSH UlvI'lUN
17m lit.il-
.ii'.-ii itKi'iMN. Attorney .
' IS70 v\ a- bJngton Ave., Suit.- 211
i Miami Beach, Florida
11' 7 14-21-28
I
J
\,.\.- ,i JO, 1861
ii EATHERMAN
it ,,i '-. i-ire' rl
Rj K M I.YMAN,
i leput) liim
11'23-30, 12 7-11
U|i..l
in >
1 ated tin ;!
iHii:
, -. ill ii II
i lerk ,.i Ihi
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOUS NAME LAW
' thai
med, desiring to engage in
innler ihe fictitious name of
blASINU CO. mot inc.) at I1M
h Htreet, Miumi, Florida, in-
register said name with the
f the Circuit Court of Dade.
1 1.: I.I.,.
li MOTORS, INC., a Pla. Corp.
il Ai MANKI.l-.lt
iey f.,r Ell Motors, Inc.
t- !n Road
Reach, I I.....la
II 23-3012/7-14
, NOTICE UNDER
l F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE is Ml-H i th-.t
signed, ile-n-ing to engage in
under the nctfttotn name of
DADE KMPI.iiYMEN T at
mty. I'.., Intend to register
With the I'lerk of the CIl- I
f Made County, Florida. ;
111- Iii i ..I...N
ll,
Til

lier
.ia \ of November,
i.i: ITHERMAN
i'n. nit Courl
12 7-14-21-28
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
CAF NO 62C 12483
l.lls \ REMESAR.
Plaintiff.
VS.
i'AI'.I.i'S REMESAR,
I >.-f. n.lant
NOTICE OF PIIRI ICATION
T<>: CARLOS REMES \\:
\l iKKSS I'NK Si '" N
Yiir. \ R LO s REMES \\:. Brt-
dreaa unVnown, ire required to file
your an.--- i in the comnl ll'
rorce, with ihe Clerk ol th. above
Court, an I -. ri a cop! therenl unon
(UNO P SKORETTI, Altorm v, ''"-
II Congress Hldg ill S E 2nd Ave-
i...... M*a- i I i on '' -
remaer 2th, l* complelm
U |l| hi- lulu- a- .,1,1-s ed- .
,,;u, ,| tM, I ith da* oi N.-v.nii'.r.
1*62
r i: LEATHBRMAN
i'l.-l, ,| tin i'n. nil Court
,..,,1, |i- f P COPELAND
l.. uutj Clerk
NOTICE BY PUBLtCATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 6ZC 12931
PRANK BRENNER,
VIVIAN BRENNER,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: VIVIAN RRENNER
136-08 s3rd Avenue
Ki >v l lardena, Ni w York
You VIVIAN BRENNER, are here-
in notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against jrou,
ami you are required lo servi a copy
of your Anawer m Pleading I
Bill of t'l.iniilaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, HAROLD B. Sl'Al'T. F7SU-,
l"7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida an.i file the original Anawer or
I Pleading in thi office of the Clerk ol
I th. Circuit Courl "ii or before the
Uth day of January, IMS. U you full
'to do .-... Judgmenl by default will i-
taken against you (or the retlel ue-
manded In Ihe Hill o( l*nplalnl
This nollci -hull be nuWIahed once
eaob --ei- foi four consecutive areas*
In THE JKW ISH F'LORHHAN,
IKi.V'F: AND ORDERED a! .Miami.
I |oi Ida, th '.i d I "i December.
\ I
i: i: i.r.A'i'iii-.K.Man. Chrk.
Ctrt mi Cots i. liadi nt* Florida
IBeall % K M I.V.MAN'
I i.-|,iitv i l.rk
li lHOLD B si'Ai.'i. iisi.'
ln7 Lincoln H
Miami Bead I
viti-iiH v foi Plaii
U 7-i i-::-21
IS 1 -i 1-21-2x1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 12862
OREAT SOl'THERN CO., INC., a
Florida corporation,
Plulntlff,
vs.
EDWARD THOMAS SMITH, el at.
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: EDWARD THOMAS smith
IS2 I 'airs i.-w Avenue
Kah view, New Jereev
ROKE RITTE SMITH
5011 Hudson Boulevard
Ninth Berg-en, New Jerae*
YOP ARE HERKBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you
by (1REAT Sol'THKlIN" CO., INC.,
in tin- above-entitled Court, to fore-
close a mortsngi encumbering the
foiin-wini; described property, to-wit:
I..i g, in Block ::7, ,if LE1SCRE
iMTY SECTION two. according t"
the plat tin re..f, recorded In Pla!
Hunk ",::, at page 28, "f the public
recorda oi l>le County, Florida;
and Mm are required to (He your an-
swer with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, al the
Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or
before Jnnuery :. 1883, and t,, servi
a copy ni sin h answer upon MYERS,
HIIIMVN. KAPLAN & CATSMAN,
l'laiimi't s attorneys, whose add -
is Eleven-Fifty Building, 1150 B.W.
l-'itst Street, Miami :l, Florida, on or
before aaW date, as required by the
laws of Florida if Jov (all to do so,
the complaint will be taken -is con-
fessed by you and Decree Pro Con-
(eaao will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
DATED tin.- 30th day of November,
|MI
' B, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
I'iivuit Court, Dade I'minty. Florida
(seal) By: km. I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
Myers, Il-iinnn. Kaplan \- Catsman
111, \i n-Klftv Bulldini:
ir.ll S.W. l-'ilst Street
Malml 'a'.. Florida
12 7-11-21-28
I th.
same
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57857C
IN IS 1-7: Estate ..f
BERTHA 8TBRN
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Y.ii are hereby notified and re-
quired I" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate o( Bertha Stern deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, t.> the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro- '
vided in Section 723.u. Plorlda Stat-
utes in their offices, in the County
Cnorthoutu in Dade County, Plorlda,
within six calendar months from the
time of th.- (Iral publication hereof,
.., th. same will be barred
nai..I at Miami. Florida, this 30th
November, A 1' I86J
HF*NRIF*TTA MENDELSOHN and
I i unarm :. BY5ERT,
B>. Leonard O. Bgerl
\ Executors
LEONARD O. BOERT
Mvera, Heintae. Kaplan .* Catsman
and Sidney A BoMa
for Exi cutors
] I'.ii S.SV 1-1 St., Miami. I'la
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 13066
ARNOLD LIVINGSTON JAMFjS,
Plaintiff,
M \i:io\ SAl'NDERS JAMES,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO! Marlon Maunders lames
:.l Liberty stteet
Monticello, New York
You MARION SAl'NDERS JAMES
are hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce has been (lied
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy ..I" your Answer or I'load-
Ing i. the Bill .t t'omplalnt on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Sanford H. Kra-
mer, on,- Lincoln Road Building*, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida and file the orig-
inal Answ.-r ..i- Pleading in the office
of tin- Clerk o( the Circuit Court on
or before the 7th day of January,
1863. II you full to do s... jinlgment
by default "ill be taken against you
(or th. relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for (our consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH l-'l.oltl I'I AN.
IMiNF: AND OUDKRKH at Miami,
Florida, this ."ith day of December,
AH. 1862,
H 11, I.KA IIIKKMAN. Clerk.
I'irenit Court, Dade County, I i da
(seal) By i. s'M-:i-:iii-:.\
11. put} i'U rk
SANF'ORD 11 KRAMER
i ine Lincoln Una.I in.in.
Miami Beach, I lorida
Attorney for I'lalntlff
___________________________ li: 7-1 1-21 -2-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 12971
MAY LILLIAN STF7VKNSON
a k a MAY LILLIAN DAY,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
Till "MAS MAI'llli'K HAY.
I'.-ieiiilani.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: THOMAS MAl'RICE DAY
108 Council H.iuses
Hlgh street, Klmpton
Hartfordahlre, I'nlted Kingdom
You, THOMAS MAl'RICE HAY. are.
hereby notified that a Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
servi a copy o( your Answer or riead-
- nt; to the Bill nl Complaint on thi.*
Plaintiffs attorney, HERBERT B.
wn.i'NsKv. 317 Biscayne Building,
Miami :;:'. Florida and file the oris-
inal Answer or Pleading in Hi*' office
of ih. Clerk nl ihe Circuit Court on
or before the 8th day of January, 1863,
If you fail t.. do so. Judgment by de-
fault will In- taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill ol Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FTAIRID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 3rd day ..i December,
A.D. 1862
E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i'irenit Court, l*ade County, Florida
ts.-al) By C. P. COPELAND
i> inuy Clerk
HERBERT B, WILKN8KY
Attorney for Plaintiff -PR 9-2731
12 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KKl'l- It VI. DISCOUNT t ''at
i's-2" s E, l'iist street. Miami. Florida,
intend t,. register said name with the
I'lerk ..I the Circuit Court of Dads
County. Kloiida.
\\ A. NO. 2,
a Florida I'.n iteration
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UN Chief Von Horn Back From Talks With Syrians
As Israel Warns of Wearing Patience Page 10-B
the
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dfewlslri Floridlfian
Miami, Florida. Friday, December 14, 1962
Section E
Committee of Hebrew Academy Women, with the coopera-
tion of Bill Goldring, banquet manager of the Deauville Ho-
tel, plan the colorful and elaborate decorations for the 15th
ial scholarship dinner Sunday evening. Left to right are
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Goldring, and Mrs. Leonard Rosen.
I Other members of the committee (not shown) are Mesdames
[Ben I. Binder. Joseph Cohen, Jack A. Cantor and Wolfie Co-
len. (For complete detail?, see Page 10-A.)
Academy Fete Plans
Blue-Gold Scheme
\ blue and gold color scheme
- been ek the 15th an-
..' -i 11 .... i ihi| dlnm i ol the He-
I Academy i
the Deauville Motel.
Lbras and fk ral centerpieces will
Lfid el to thi decorations
I by .' committ) e of \cad-
\ pn headed by Mesdames
Ri n '., :i i B nder, '
hi n .i :; \ Cantor. Woll e
and Joseph Shapiro,
esses v ill include Mes
l/".-.i Met itzer Elai rj
L t, Samuel Ri ihard, Maurice
I -.- Charles Chi rcowsky, Jer-
Bienenfeld. Adolf Blank. Louis
A. Bunim, Samuel Cohen, Max
Deakter, Louis DeCoveny, Morris
Dubler. Irving Fir el, Jacob Pish
man. Charles Fruchtman, H nrj
Gcwitz, Hyman Galbut. Ben Zion
Gin burg, Pauline Grundwerg, Nat
Glickman, Morris Goldlard, Joseph
Gonshor.
\! Henry Hrnudm.
gei", Hyman J'ablon.
Milton Kahn, Jacob Kaufman,
i Kimmel, Rfriry Ki r
Aaron S. Lauer, Oscar Mamber
Henry Penchansky, Jacob Rifkin
.lulius Roscnstein, Irving E. Mill-
er. Solomon Sandier. Jerry Schech
(i Sam Shapiro, Virginia Sdver-
\l. n Rcsenhouse, and Mat-
thew Zuckerman.
Mrs. Grossinger
Tribute Planned
Mrs, Samuel T Sapiro, chairman
ol the "Florida Woman of the
V ar' luncheon, slated for the
Eden Hoc Hotel on Friday after-
noon, Jan n. this week released a
partial list ol sponsors ol the gala
[unction.
The sponsors, many of national
and stale-wide renown, are among
hose who will pay tribute to Mrs,
i rime Grossinger for her humani-
tarian en ep.vors during the course
bj the gala function, which is spon-
-i'i'c Division of the American Friends
ol Hebrew University. Mrs. Louis
S Gimbcl, Jr., of New York City,
heads the national organization as
president.
Tom Adams. Flori la's Secretary
ol State, will deliver the key al-
dress on this occasion. He will be
joined by a score of celebrities
and national figures to honor Mrs.
Grossinger.
Renowned Metropolitan opera
Blanche Thebom,
will attend the event.
Mrs. Sapiro said that the theme
[s "WomenPace-
ters for W orld Peace "
Among members of the diplomatic presentations committee
for the Ambassador's Ball on Saturday evenina, Dec. 22, a:
the Fontainebleau Hotel are (from left) Mrs. Samuel Liptcn
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs. Weinkle is
co-chairman, with her husband, of the committee. The com-
mittee met Tuesday night to complete plans for the presenta-
tion of the Greater Miami diplomatic corps and other dis-
tinguished citizens to the Ambassador of Israel, who togethe.
with Gcv. Farris Bryant, is patron of the ball. (For details
coo story, Pcg.j 4-B.)
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
\ derate travelers. Mr. and
Mrs. George Kronengold, are
from a globe-circling tour
The 35.000 miles covered by
' in five weeks included stops
Greece, Israel, Iran. India,
Ihailand, Hong Kong. Formosa,
'..pan, Alaska, and Seattle. Wash-
ton Memorable viewing
ere the many changes and im-
provements wrought in Israel
heir last visit Although
"border war" between China
md India was in progress, the
Kronengolds found it didn't irter-
tere with planned touch-downs in
New Delhi. Agra, Jaipur. Kash-
mir, Barares and Calcutta .
\lter a visit with people StTUg-
:ling to bring their civilization
into the 20th cetnury. it was an
amusing contrast to find the tree
Chinese in Taipi doing the Twist
and ChaChaCha in their nighi
clubs And in the U.S.. a step
into a future era with the mono-
rail, space needle and science ex-
hibit of World Fair fame being
retained permarentiy by Seattle,
the Kronengolds report.

New residents on Miami Beach
are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosen,
who are just settling into their
apartment at the Hampshire Tow-
ers, 54th and Collins Left
OB, A. A. Rosen, owner of the
Astor and Manhattan Hotels in
New York City, in that cold
northern town .
Winter colonists back from the
summer -pent in their Chicago
home. Marg and husband, J. M. From
Lake Shore to South Shore Dr. .
Another frequent visitor from
Chicago, Mrs. Sadie lleiletz, di-
viding her lime while here, shut-
tling between the homes of
daughter and son-in-law, Ruth
and Charles Jacobson, in Coral
Gabll I, and second daughter.
Blanche and her husband. Harry
Linsky, in No. Miami Beach .
Latest project for Linsky is de-
signing model apartments at the
luxurious King Cole.
*
Newlyweds Dianne and Murray
Rubin will be houseguestt of
Dunne's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Zilbert. of 7504 W. Treas-
ure Dr.. No. Bay Village, for the
holidays Murray, now at-
tending the American Academy
Of Funeral Directors in New York
City, will join the Riverside
Memorial staff here next year .
News from former Miami
Beachites, Edith and Louis /.ell
er now living in Allentown. Pa.
' Prettv daughter Elaine, who
used to attend Beach High, is in
Haifa. Jerusalem, with an Amer-
ican dramatic troupe Shell
be home in March to wed EUe
Continued on Pse 6-B
Southgate Sets
Lunrheon Here
South-ate Croup of Halassah
will hold its Henrietta Szold Day
luncheon on Tuesday noon in the
Jade Room of the Fontainebleau
hotel.
Participating in the program of
the afternoon will be Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Cantor Hirsch Adler,
ol Temple Emanu-El.
Entertainment will be furnished
by Napoleon Reed and Patsy Ab-
bott, and by John Verdi and
Sam. who recently closed in Las
Vegas.
Mrs. Tillie L. Schwartz is chair-
man of the program. Co-chairman
is Mrs. Henry Hersh. Mrs. Bert
Rosenberg is chairman of arrange-
ments.
Woman Editor
Will Be Speaker
Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin. edi-
tor Of the Jewish Spectator, will
lecture before the College of Jew-
ish Studies sponsored by the Bu-
reau Of Jewish Education and Beth
David Congregation.
Her subject will be "Basic Jewish
ValuesAn Inventory for Troubled
Times." She will appear at Spec-
ter Hall of Beth David on Tuesday
at 8:30 p.m.
Dr Rosmarin is author of Re-
ligion of Reason,- "The Hebrew
Moses: An Answer to Sigmund
Freud," "Judaism and Christian-
ity: The Differences." "Jewish
Survival." "Jerusalem," and "Jew-
1 i^h Women Through the Ages."
. She serves on the editorial boards
of the American Jewish Congress
and B'nai B'rith. and is a contrib
utor to the "Great Book Series
Dr Rosmarin will be introduced
bj Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth
David. Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of the Bureau, is di-
rector of the Bureaus College Of
Jewish Stu.lies.
"Second Generation" Beth Sholom-ites who hosted the cock-
tail party at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday evening, which
preceded the 20th anniversary dinner celebration at the Amer-
icana. Left to right are Mrs. Carl Lundy, daughter of Mrs
Max Dreyer and the late Max Dreyer, Mrs. Norman Arkin.
Mrs. Jules Arkin and Mrs. Jill Arkin, all dauahters-in-law of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arkin. They are children of pioneer
members of the congregation. Mrs. Lundy and Mrs. Normar.
Arkin have "third generation" children in the Beth Sholom re-
ligious school. (See Edith Zipp, Page 9-B.)
4 Miami Beach Garden
Clubs Plan Joint Meet
The four Miami Beach Garden
Clubs will combine their talents in
presenting a display of holiday
tables at the new Miami Beach
Garden Center and Conservatory.
The display will be open to the
public tor five days beginning
Monday through next Friday, Dec.
21, from 1 to 4 p m. daily.
Mrs. Harry A. Moscoe. chairman.
and Mrs. Lester Stepncr, co-chair-
1 man. will coordinate the displays.
'The four groups participating are
Miami Beach Garden Club. Tropi-
cal Garden Club, Palm-Hibiscr I
Garden Club, pnd aft Sinai Hos-
pital Garden Club. (
Among guests will be such out-
standing arrangers and lecturer?
as Mrs. Goodyear Sicard. Mrs. Ec-
win Dean, Mrs R. C. Lohmeyer
Mrs. W. Sanders Gramling, Mr-
Harry Wolk. Mrs. Alex Gordor
and Mrs. A. Lester Stenner.
Mrs. Eli Meltzer. chairman o2
hostesses, will have a corps of gar-
den club members present to re-
ceive the public and to interprc;
, the exhibit.


Page 2-B
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Friday, December U
'-?::
tint held la-
Ladies whose hats took top honors at Westbrooke Country
Club's "Mad Hatter" luncheon are Mrs. Gerald Stein and Mrs.
Reubin Serkin.
Final Plans for 'Mutiny' Premiere
Will be Made at ORT Chanuka Meetings
Final plans for the Southern
premu re ol "Mutinj on the Boun-
;. ill be made at Chanuka
s of 12 ort chapters in
Th
premiere is scheduled for Thurs-
day evi ; the he. -
Theatre.
Tic! .: In by
len, Mrs.
nan, Mrs. [i
ORT ol t 600 Lin-
Bldg., or the Sheridan

Mrs George Linden, local com-
irman, promises 'an
. enii | resj lerdcnt with the .
i Klieg Lights, VIP's, and I |
enter! nalities com-
parabU with a
i- | nights." she said a capacity
crowd is anticipated.
Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, president
of the Southea.-t Florida Region,
has announced that proceeds of
the premiere will go to ORT's
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National Children's Cardiac Hos-
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Hayes St., Hollywood.
The dinner-dance will be spon-
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" e hospital, which dp n i- or
untary contributions in its ;
insl major kill* rs ol j .
children, rheumatic h
.'. hear! disei
Mrs. Jackie Zbar, of 1
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>Jk*i*l>rkrkMar>
Page 3-B
h Chapter of Hadassah luncheon
. plan Henrietta Szold dav. Stand-
I right' are Mesdames Michael Sos-
ah Group; Irwln A. Shapiro, Sha-
i.ssah Fassler, I. R. Goodman; Bess
Stephen S. Wite; Sylvia Kurland, Hanna
b, Seated (left to rights are Mesdames
. :!f. Morton Towe's Group; Lawrence
man, Bay Harbor; Meyer Golden, chap-
'cr tor for Hadassah Medical Oraani-
zatioi jph Alexander, president, Henrietta
Joseph Rosenberg, president,
thgate; and Henry Hirsh, Southgate. Not
shown are Mesdames Doris Or low, Israeli
Group; Sam Kuban, Brandeis; Otto Sandman,
Brandpis; Tillie L. Schwartz, Southqate; Baer
Zuckerbraun, Emma Lazarus; Arnold Seeder,
Herzl; and Chic Perlyn, Esther.
!3ch Hadassah Chapters to Celebrate
lanuka at Henrietta Szcld Luncheons
ni Beach Chapter of Hadass- ner, contralto, with Mrs. Sidney
II celebrate ( hanuka by des- Wertheimer at the piano.
_ the week of Dec. 17 for
til a Szold Day luncheons. Renanah Croup met for a des-
Dec. 17, 1860, Henrietta *ert luncheon on Tuesday, follow-
loun.ler of Hadassah, stress.'ed by a dramatic reading of the
importance of health, teach- "Lite of Henrietta Szold."
held on Monday. Jan. 14. at the
Eden Hoc Hotel. A musical com-
ply. Monday after Sunday,"' will
he presented.
Review Series
Highlights Studies
Highlight of the third week ot
the Temple Kmann.lil Women's In
StitUte Ot Jewish and Cultural
Studies is the inauguration ot the
second annual book review si nes
by Dr. Irving Lehrman.
Co-sponsored by the T< mple's
Sisterhood and IT.'., the first ol
the "Book of the Brunch" si sion
v.ill take place Wednesday morn-
I a.m., al the North Branch
Building ol the Temple. 77th St.
and Dickens Ave
Dr. Lehrman bas chosen the
i I- i, ne bi si Her, "Ship ol
Fools," by Katherine Anne Porter,
for the opening review.
Mrs. Raymond Ualschick is
chairman of the book review
series, and co-chairman is Mrs. Al-
fred Lev i.
Dr. Lehrman will review another
besl seller, "The Rothchilds," by
Frederic Morton, on Jan. 30. A
yet-to-be-announced recently pub-
lished work will be reviewed on
Feb. 20. the third and final date
of the scries.
Brunch will be served by com-
bined committees of the Sisterhood
and PTA at each review session.
Mrs. Richer is Hostess
Mrs. Joseph Richter, 5055 Collins
Ave., entertained 60 members of
the Hadassah Eye Bank on Monday
;n the Crystal House, where the
lives, The group was feted at a
luncheon buffet under the direc-
tion ol "Mr. Bernard," catering di-
rector lor the Crystal House, in
the apartment building's dining
room.
Social Club Plans
For Mew Year's
Miami Friendly Social Club will
meet on Sunday, :; p.m., at the Is-
raelite Center Social Hall to make
plans for the clubs New Year's
Eve party
At a recent meting, the follow-
ing slate of officers was elected
Max Garshag, succeeding himself
as president; Isidor silver ar.d
Dave Chaswin, vice presidents;
Jacob Braff, treasurer; Charles
Sokol. financial secretary; Mrs.
Menoira Choen, corresponding si c-
retarj; and Mrs. Una Rowner, soc-
ial secretary.
The group meets every Sunday
at 2 p.m., and on Thursdays at 7
p.m. for social gatherings at
Beth El.
research to the undcr-pnvi
nations In the Near Beat. To-
Hadassah Medical Organi
supports the Hadassah-He-
Har.nah Sencsch Group meets for
lunch at the Eden Roc Hotel on
Monday, "Festival on Trial," a
niversity Hospital in Israel. Chanuka play, with musical Inter-
the Community Health Cen-
Kiryal Yowl, a pilot plant.
ludes b) Sima Swee, accompanied
bj Laura La Tuchie, ill be pre-
ihysicians see an average of sented, followed by a program of
patients annually. ng* by Miss Carol Dunn, soprano.
Goodman Group will
. lub \: ... on Saturda) < \. n-
ih.' Carillon Hotel.
-e'eis Group v ill have a
:i meeting at noon on Mo*>
the Font a i ebl u Hotel. A
ceremooj
in ,i isical pre
leon Heed

.crah Group will also meet
ich al the Fontaine
d Mondaj .. n. A musi-
_r.ur will he presented,
rtli Giut-p luncheon on Motv
al the Algiers Hotel.
ile i ill feature Mrs Nina
an. vocalist; Miss Brai
. I.' opold i-ebi. i
Polier, pianist.
Guest speaker at the Shaloma
Group luncheon meeting Mondav
noon at the Roney Plata Hotel will
be Mrs Milton Sirkin. A song re-
cital will be nil,red by Mi-s Janet
Sander-, soprano, and Elmer Hi-
: -: j v. ii accompaniment by
H lati.
Southgate Gorup will meel for
lunch on Tuesdaj noon al Ihe F a-
. bleau Hotel. A candlelighting
, eremon; in honor o ik > will
. o> Bi ruch Siegel.
Rabbi Samuel April will be
guesl speaker al Ihe Henric-tta
Szold Goup lunchci n on Monday
al th< Algiers I! tel Musical pro-
mam will be presented "> Miss
i Tomito, Japai i iprano,
.M'h i arralion and piai o a on*
paniment by Miss Esther Barrett.
',-r\a Lazarus Group "ill see I
-hew at the Doral Coun-
uh, : ere they will meet for
on Meadaj. A .-kit
the Three Red Heads
Stephen S. W'se Group
r will he Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, who will conduct a
ika i andlelighttrg cerem my.
Musical selections will be offered
ton Towers Group lunchcu" b} Ed ie Michael- panied
mlay at the Seville Hotel will
re a film on the life of Hen
Szold Entertainment will
rtted by Mrs. Hattie Wag-
Mrs Olga Bibor Stei n, pianist.

Ht-zi Group luncheon will be
fnited Fund Hears Report
ivislon chairmen oi the United Fund of Dale County were to
Thursday. 6:30 p.m.. at a dinner reporl n.....ling in the Uupont
Hotel for a imal countdown on the 1962 UF drive here.
As of Wednesday, United Fund officials tabulated S2.657.055 in
nqes. which still leaves Dad* County's once-a-year, single-gift
oaign for 39 health, welfare, and character-building agencies
0,907 short.
ilo-ts at the Thursday function were to be The Miami Herald and
News. Jay I. Kislak, campaign Chairman, was .scheduled to
the goal report at the meeting.
The Opera Guild of (irealer Miami
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Friday. December 14. 1983
Israel Ambassador Darom Will be Patron
Of Bond Ball Dec. 22 at Fontainebleau
be (heir role
:r's Bc!l are seme of
deh -.-
Bra" ever.:. Discussing plans v.
them b. Meyers third :
grand hot z: the ball, which will take
place Saturday evening, Dec. 22 at the Fon-
l trill also serve on
the host committee for a "tea-danscnt" to be
: ~L,or 16 in the '..-
- : .
. .
it the / ...
eft are I
Icel, Mrs. Meyers I
Daine Luban and
her Lee Haven.
Dedication Party to Help Finish Council
'Miami Classroom' in Jerusalem School
Invitation* are beir.5 nailed for
ne dedication and celebration par-
y of the National Council of Jew-
-h Women. Greater Miami Sec-
kga'l Rwm at the new Co'ineil-
wilt Hebrea Universitj High
n Jerusalem. Tlie eeond-
iry wheel, on the campus of He-
emphasizes prac-
This
is
where
a lasting
friendship
begins...
with your first taste of
Dromedam
DATE-NUT ROLL J
made with crisp, chunny walnuts
and th world's choicest dates!
Mrs. Aaron Farr. chairman, and
Mrs. Bernard Abel, vice chairman
of the Committee of 200. are in
charge of the campaign to raise
the balance of the money needed
to dedicate Miami's own el.
room. Over half of the funds were
raised by Greater Miami Section's
tour of Europe and Israel last sum-
mer.
The Committee of 280, composed
of donor- for the Miami classroom.
will be honored on Wednesday.
Dee. 26. form 2 to 4 p.m.. at the
home of Judge and Mr Cy-
pen. 32f W ir.L.do Dr. Dil.
The Cyp> iust re-
turned from Israel, where they
completed H
nl 1
Committee mem imed h>
Mrs, Raymond R Rubin.
'
Je in C. Lebmai
Thi Ball 'o
be Gei
rpeeted to he
Of tin <"!ai
.\i ami.
Samuel Friedland
the Greater Miami I-r.iel Bond
aadMtJon, ander whOM au-
ea the Ambassador's Ball is
held, ar.r that Abram Dar-
om. I-ra.-l Ambassador to the
Lnited Nations, and Mrs. Darom
ill b' ipeeial repre 1 ei to
this year Saturday eve;.
!)'( Tl. at the Font jinebleau
Hotel.
for the zi';->
vant, which will bring ) cli-
max the 1962 Israel Bond efl
member* of the diplon
inder 'he
chairmai Mr and Mr- l
M'.e and member -
Brci ner
host
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.
I'll-
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the Ai
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>h.- Am .n a
anci
the prei ceremomi are
children or grandchildren of per-
ing i;2 fsrael
Bond Trustees, Builders, Guard
and Sponsors
Ambass m 1- .1 f"-re-
mosl member of hi- count
Ti
NOW label
mm
it's hasacr
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DROMEDARY
CHOCOLATE NOT
ORANGE NUT
1 BAHAMA NUT
ROLL
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Gifts of Distinction
2164 PONCE DC LEON ELVO.
C3RAL GABIES, HI 8-5215
Often Until 9 P.M. thru Dtamber
GlfT BASKETS

BONDED FBJIT SHIPPERS
GIFTS FROA THE FOUR
CORNERS OF THE WORLD
GOURMETS' SHOP
I
INTERNATIONAL
TELETOOD SERVICE
HKS. BERNARD ABtl
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M; ers ai I lesi
. ion chairme:
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coin.
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Beth El Ladies
Honor Member
mial din:.
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. .nan
hly luncheon of the
the auditorium.
At grocers everywhere
a mmmm...FOOD & CHEESE
126 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHEESE
HICKORY SMOKED BEEFSTICK S.S. PIERCE FINE FOODS
CUt Packaging and Shipping
Hickory Farms of Ohio
5715 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI
diplomatic eorps, and ha -. -
rael's repr.
nntriea
to h:s appal
I
rector of
li in Departmi I
try of Israel,
diplomatic representative
in *;r>-- i i id ai mini ti
potent:ary to Yugoslavia
a member of the Israel
to the fourth and 14th -
the UN General Assembly ,
B> rn ifl Santiago, Chile. A
ador Darom is a graduate
Lav School of the Univer
Chile, and practiced in Sa
ilist in criminal law \w
director-general u[
l hile prisons, and was founder
ditor of ''Reiis)i '!' i .
: idor Darom is one
leading lall '- on l
\li:r:
Chonuka Will
Be Celebrated
T -
er. met Tuesday afternoon at H
.: or. Wa-
: r
rga
p m.
Th-
at '' I
filrr
.
pr .
Mrs. Ruth
.
B kur Choiim Will
Hear Speaker

he .'. tel.
lebral
lovely onions!
Oi^onmvbred
MATZOHS
AMBASSADOR DAROM
TETLEY
TEA <"*
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yes, there"i Yom Tor spirit in
this fine tea..."flavor crashed"
for fullest strength sod stimu-
latioo ... richer taste sad pleas-
ure with your fleishigs and
milchigs and between meai
refreshment...
|
See and taste now oodles of
' flavor makes these sn..p-
tp.irt m.itzoh-, welcome
change frum hrcij ... go
hand-in-hand with sour-v QsA,
dishes! The mack su-
. gi\ci new life and
ie zest lo dip* and
spreai
Onion f. iif


ridcy, December 14, 1962
Frido
*Je*istifka ldian
Pcge 5-E
\fcrcign JjipLnaT* UJifc JZcaJs ^xcitmg jZifc
Attractive, green-eyed Alisa D<>\-
i considers her husband's career
i (i schedule her prime concern.
Wife of Zeev Z. Dover. Consul of
Israel for the Southeastern r< -;.>.i
! the United stales, and mother
hree, Allsa can entertain too
ier or represent her husband
iff) ial "(i asiona ith equal
V'isitirg here from the Israel
sulate in Atlanta as "Ambasaa-
of Goodwill" several weeks
Consul Dover's schedule was
de I thai he was unable to
planned journey through the
n area. Allsa made the
n his stead, extending preet-
i island dignitaries In the
rts at which they stopped.
: wherever we are." ex-
\ i\ i ious Mis.i in her charm-
j ent, "there is always open
Mot only do communit) and
,! leaders come, bul also
i sted in I ..' arts music,
: Alisa
,-; ai de i painter, a d
I h r oils re exhibi i
. ': i iseum m Ails-
I 11 '. i.i.nilv llVI d ill -ie.
Acctaf on Children
Fami!) seith d in Israel
'when Tel Aviv was notli
.i tan ." In her teens, she
the Youth Movement, and
. lie later, the Mogen David
similar lo the Red Cross.
.i her future husband in 1942,
the second World War,
they w< re both sen ing in
David Aooni, and two years
I hey were married.
was in the eal"> years ot
i'is .i. u hile Zeev saw ser
Opti-Mrs. Club
I crs Reports
\ ,.;. '..} meeting of the Opti-
* I Of" Mi;.:ni Beach was
sdaj al the Barcelona
.'i e membei race i ed a
i i heir imsi major fund-
he : < ir.
n n ni
i b itn I neon
den Roc Hotel on De<
gi up men
n and saw :
Nun:
I
ill bi
.Mom
. I. M. V nled
of I
iical, "Milk and
M n i aj Sonnet! is
of tl i ib
.Ah Israel
P rty Tuesday
i th Israel Sisterhood is hav -
banuka party on Tu, sdaj
Davi I I.ehrfield and Can
iiraham Self will officiate.
I. B Elsenstein, Sisterhood
'nit, announced that Mrs
I Hornstein, vice president, is
iring the affair.
I Ruppert, hospitality
.m. assisted l>y Mrs. II.uin
Mrs Etta Mandel ami Mis.
I. will serve the tradi-
Dorothy Dlott, vice presi
ill take over the Golden
r the party
*
Alisa Dover (center) chats with the Prime Minister of Jamaica
and his wife at a stopover during the recent Shalom Cruise
aboard the SS Jerusalem.
vice during Israel's War of Libera-, nnd Edna, in. were both bo
tion," reminisced Mrs, Dover,
'that I gave m\ entire attention
to mj children." Simona. now 1G.
Tel Aviv.
Then the family went to Jeru-
-alem. and her hushand entered
the diplomatic service of his coun-
try. Their son Yorani, 4. was
born a few months before they left
Australia, where they had been
posted for four years.
A few years at home, and then
Consul Dover was transferred to
Atlanta. There, the family lives
in a lovely, ante-bellum colonial
house with extensive grounds,
where Alisa is hostess to countless
groups, large and small.
Very much interested in the pre-
paration and serving ot food, Alisa
collects native recipes wherever
she travels, frequently adding one
CXOtic dish Irani the Near Bast,
China or Russia to an otherwise
conventional meal.
Community-Conscious
Or she'll serve an entire Israeli
meal, as she did recently when a
dozen couples returned tu her home
foi supper, following a concert
During the Rosh Hashona holi-
day just past, almost lot) people
"cropped by" to wish the family a
, Happy New Year, Alisa recalls.
Soon, she was serving Kreplach,
honey cake, and sweet wine to
1 everyone's obvious delight.
Alisa. friendly and interested in
people, always participates in the
cultural and community lite of the
locale in which she finds herself,
In Atlanta, she belongs to the Art
Society and Symphony, and attends
Hadassah and ZOA meetings wher-
ever she can find the time.
"Always, I find," she relate-
with a twinkle in her eye, "that
am assigned to the dais, wher
all I can do is look at the men1
hers. Hut that it not what I want
so I call the president, and tell her '.
wish to mingle and talk to men
hers, not just look at them."
Problems Abroad
On the feminine problem i :
clothes. "It isn't easy to anucipai
everj occasion which may arise 0
a trip." Says the chic Mrs. Do>
er. "I have a great many of m
clothes made in Israel, so itstea
of trying to dress as everyone els
is dressed, I concern myself wit
wearing individual lashi.ni',"
Because oi the extensivi trav
j ing she and her children h ive ha
to do as part of a r<>\ in dipli
mat's family. Alisa is certain th; ;
th:' frequent char 10I -
has helped rather than n
her youngsters' scholastic achic i
merts. Of course. Ih';> ail spea
their native Hebrew, and 0111
French, and Simona. the 16-yea
eld. has skipped and is now a set
lor in high school.
As Israelis representing the:
government abroad, liie is t.i <. Hir-
ing for all the Dovers, Meeting
the great and near-great in th
news headlines of the world is thei
natural lot. So is moving Iron
country to country. But this ha -
j its problems, as Alisa only del
cately hints.
(TOllwok
TME STOHI WITH TH( CHRISTMAS UAH
, r\
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THE STORE WITH THE CHRISTMAS HAIR


-key Will Go
To Blood Donors
\ turkey will be given t"
bj tin- Jewish War Vet<
ies' Uixiliarj Tost 330, Mi-
ni Beach, and American Legion
-t 83
hospital unit will he at Le-
tt Hall. i82fl \ii,m Rd between
a.m. and 7 p.m., on Thursday
i >ec. 20.
Ben Goldberg and Mrs. Irving
operman are chairmen. Irving
pcrman is commander, and
_''l'ss Edith Fcingold is president.
fWatfl a halula u aifl
frrstt from floritla!
Ail Indian Rivlt fruit, the finest, most
delicious gift you can send north from Florida1
Holiday sprvials!
>2 BUSHEL GRAPEFRUIT .".."JO
Your choice: Duncan s, White Marsh Seedless,
Red Rubv, or Pink Seedless.
25-LB. BOX NAVEL ORANGES .". 15
Giant seedless oranges in
gay holiday gift box.
25-LB. BOX PINEAPPLE-ORANGES .".2.*S
De! Mile and HaiHin
Ju.ce oranges in gift box.
13-ti :i.!K">
Mso sent '*
- p,,y express and
.... the res-
,1 your fr
H*irv CtfANU***
I
CITRUS FRUI
i.wderdale and orlando
FR 4-7251
hapfuj chmmmkah
from jm aiul bartons!
oldie greeting cords
your name, can be mailed as a .**(<*
Luscious miniature Bartonettes with
19 diffen lers mlticclored 'mosaic
n bo, ik, parve cr assorti .1 ?.f>K
Chanukah s box holds treasure of
lollvpcps, chccc' I coins,
i, jndies, box ;"*$':*
.iERE, first floor,
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Friday. December 14. \^\
Socialite ... by O V
Maj. Gen. Elliott RooseveU (center' was the mystery guest ct
the "Whet's My Servic??" prcaram sponsored by the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of Mt Sir.^i Hosp;tal last Friday in Wolison
Auditorium. Roosevelt is shown "signing in" and being wel-
comed by Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth O'-ca. Right :s Mrs.
Karry B. Smith, program chairman and moderator. Other
panelists included Miss Adelita Quejado. executive director cl
the Greater Miami Heart Assn.: Hank Meyer. Miami Beach
publicist; and Miss Jackie Pierce, of WTVJ.
PTA Council
Resumes Work
Council ol PTA's of the Bureau
of Jewish Education in .Tie its activities for the school year
ot 1962 -63
At a recent meeting in the home
of Mr?. Samuel Hirsch, president,
delegates of Jewish schools hegan
to outline a program for the an-
nual workshops to be held Thurs-
day. Feb. 7. trom 9 30 am. to
1:30 p.m.
Therr.e will be "Adult Education
for Your Child." and will include
a panel presentation followed by
three buzz sessions.
V v meeting of the delegates
to be Thursday. Dele_
are Mesdames Bernice Parker.
Leon Eisenman, M. Gilden. Law-
r. Doris
Kushman, Seymour Alterman,
Louis Schwartzman, Jennie Solo
I Samuel Hirsch.
Beth Am Ladies
Active Here
Temple Beth Am
- of com-
Mrs Paul K:ihan.
- v 59th Ct., on wedne
neon.
is< 'I Dr
Lc e'j Di believing
U in, chairman of
Ittee, held tryouts
.'onum for the
Temple musical comedy to be pre-
irly ,n 1963.
. .,rt-. there
... i ip and
- '

i ers
Rabbi Brooks 1o Talk
M
be Mean-
i and the
: uae R d Sea."
ITALIAN CUISIME
OPEH YEAR ROUND
COCKTAILS
Phone FR 9-3898
1300 N.W. 7th Ave.
Est. 1939
WHoft Chat. J. Valonti-
Mo.fr. D'Hot.1 Cha. Reynard
Chanuka Program Sunday
:kj program on Sunday. ":0
, ithwest Jewish Center
will feature the Sunday School
class In a dramatization of the
holida;. w ith students from the
Hebrew School providing tradition-
al music Program is under the
direction of Miss Hariet Charnin.
Continued from Page IB
Weisel, foreign i"rresponder'
the l"N in New York A French
citizen, Weisel is the author of
venl world-renowned books.
Night." Dawn." and "The Ac
cider.t" The couple will live
in Paris for two years fellov
the nuet
*
Five-year campers will receive
the coveted Camp Pinewood
blanket for their loyalty at the
annual party and reunion being
held Sunday afternoon at the I'M
Hillel Foundation Receiving
the award frrm director- Mr.
and Mrs Eli Meltzcr and Dr.
and Mrs Donald Michelson will
Tifereth Jacob
Chanuka Party
T. niple Tifereth Jacob annual
Chanuka party is plai Sun-
Y ,'h ill be
ired in 'he program, and the
r under the direction
ill ff< r a group
Mrs Nate Becker i>
in charge of the program
M. : .. in eha i -<-
of re-en.
Keith, ns of Mr.
CI: K I
. Ben Grenalds; Ri
Di Bad Mrs. Wi
Iver; Linda and Claudie, daugh-
of the Joseph (' ttiemars;
Bobb) I Mr and Mr- Mel
Nencv r of
the a .. Michael, ion
of the Arthur K. tali
Tithing to share her convic-
tion thai An is i n i er Shir-
Mrs A Viet r Huber is
_ a -erics of informal lec-
tures <>n fine art. different med-
p riods and arti-'- in her
DeauvlDe Hotel Gallerj
the constant : new
exhibits and pictures for mat-
erial, this would be I
rawardtag aji.-i,
world of art .
v i in Uh
pew .lame- !>
hi- month on K
I
wi rks of four Floi
,i permanent
caicd to nnporta"'
art. the Gallery*!
bitors an Ev
iam Pachner,
Karl Zi Pin-
her son James Da'
l> irothy Blau, who'll ki
Gallerj running uni
has had en
would iik, to bavi
to -how in.
1
Shop Features
Chanuka Gifts
An all-new gift shop has been
installed by the Sisterhood and
ITA of Temple Emanu-EI in the
building entrance on 17th St.,
of Washington Ave.. and is amply
stocked with Chanuka gifts.
Mrs Albert Laufer. chairman of
the gifl .-hop committee, and her
aides have spent several days rleco-
ng and trimming the new di-
laj i.'.hmets and counter.
Featuring a varied collection of
merchandise, mainly made-in-Is-
rael items, the display includes
Menorahs, Chanuk......mes, I -
books, greeting cards, and
wrappings.
The Temple Lift shop is open
dailj from 1:30 to 4:30 p m.. from
r' .' until Chanuka.
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Friday, December 14, 1962
Jmlsfi fhmSdlfon
Page 7-B
Series Begins Friday Forum
\ Liebowitz, Mr. and Mrs. II. Lub-
iu, Mr. and Mrs, D. Orsstein, Mr.
hments
I leader, Rabbi Dr Isaac
1 ver ihe fir I ui
u nilitj."
d Mrs.
:' n, Mr nd .
and '. i
Legislators Dae
At Donio Meethg
Mr and Mrs. I Hartstein.
Mr. and Mrs. i(. Hu in, Mr
Jacobs, Mr. and
Mrs. J,
I ''.. Mr I. io Koil
Ax S Lan er, Mr.
Irs ". Lichter, Mr. a u
Youth Service Sunday
A youl h i ice and br<
At the "Night in Italy" function of the Greater Miumi Ope
i cra vleft to right' Mr. and Mrs. David Balogh and N
Mis. Robert Turr!
^SXiqnf in
ra
Mr.
DAVE RUSHES INVITES
YOU.,,. .OKA: OTHER
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gowned and beautiful- feld, Mrs Inez i. and the .\
. .: lamst .hi hen Pollaki
Italian crests and oi
era house billboard*
i ai i tiocal flair l
|j black lie d
- ir ay in. '
\ umqi c feature <>f the annual
!>> the Miami I
Mrs.
ng w ith
Ben Cohen p.-e-ei
d ifl (ourti i i .a \ir
- |o i rrj '' M Lap-
idus and Rosi ir thai
Dr and Mrs tti I
e P mp
',n oi : Roc was ihv
. itre-li i >und.
Officers and directors to be in-
stalled arc Max J. Aftachincr for
third term as president; Peter F.
Heller. Hyman Lieberman. vice
presidents; David Hubsch. finan-
cial secretary; Ruth Schwartzberg,
recording secretary; Joseph Rieg-
er. treasurer; Ben Resnikoff. ser-
geant-at-arms.
Directors are Mrs. Harry Miller,
Max D. Goldhagen, Sam Aines,
Mrs Harrj Goldstein, Louis Storch,
Mmns Rose, Max Zimmerman,
, nd Mrs, Harry Mintzes.
The club sponsors a blood bank
import- sick visitation committee, and pro-
to the lie ilv.
guest speaker. Milt
youth coordinator.
I
Dietary towi Strictly ObierverJ
CONSTANT RAHINICAL SUPIRVISIOM
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
On Ihe Ocean al 67ih 81
Miami Beach
Call: UN 6-0121
pc-rb opi
i i month.
tnothi dim -ii the
i ept "i architeel .Morn-- Lapi- greal Anna Mol be given
>. th< on provided a i>- r- n Jan 21 a 26
setting for the opera artists ., mi Lin 23, in the
ang throughout thi evening Miami Bea h Audit And
for the glamon us Irma Gtnzal as But-
it. Mr- Emil Morton, Mrs U-rfl> w I! be h
lei Schlapik, Mrs. Leonard Jac u| i or Feb. !- al Dade
n .i: David Hochberg, C unty, and Fi b !l B< ach
tiding with then husbands,
I #
contributed her own chic and
-. U> Ihe occasion
mittee members in fashion-
ball gowns, and accompanied
I their ipousei included Mrs.
de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs Leo
nee S
d Mrs Leonard Frie Hand,
act: i 'up sharing table.
1 -id Mrs Irving Lehrman, Mr
Mi- Sam Upton, the Leo Rob.
ii i-. Judge and Mrs. Irving Cj
and the Sam Blanks
ping bj to chat through the
nd Mrs. Berl Scl
Emma Lazarus
Chanuka Fete
.., | -..rii- Chapter of B i ai
Women will have a regular
: Tuesday, 8 p.m., at
i .ii Ji in -on's Restaurant, Bii
. .i. Bl< and 11th St.
iwii g the business agenda,
icted t Mr-. Adele Baum,
dent, there will be a Chanuka
'
1 tuirman for the afternoon i
Mr- Irving Herbert.
Isabel e Grove
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ROMWELLH0TEL
he Occon at 2 0th Street ,~~~
Cantor Jacob Konigsberg
will off'Ct.ite at Passover,
accompanied by 10 Voice
Symphonic Choir.
i
OiriARV LAWS
NO SABBA1N
SlniHr IWMif
KOSHtR frmrf\P.r Day, Per Pets.
MEALS jS3U Db' 0cc- 10 10
ce INCLUDED W Rms. to Dec. 17
cnnie Occ. $3.
Doc. 17-Jan, 4. $8.50 Diy. dbi. occ. p p.
J14 Snlr-. r^cc Otr!"- Rates Ava ale.
F Chaise loenj;, ... ..,-.. ........ j ,
R lack Rr-cm Iree :,-lf f-j.lunt J,oiis Held
E Wiener Roast: Mavics Cants rnte. ismni r.i
C Mightly r. .'i C. .er Features
CALL During Holidays Children's Day Camp.
Abe Gefter N ,ht Patrol & Tetn-Age Activities.
IF "
Reiioioiib Services Only. Mashgiach on Premises. Gala Complimentary
N.-w Year'a Ev< Part) orchestra Shew. Banquet o rr r.
CtNTRAUY HEATED-& AIR COND. Ilnd. Conl.) BRIVJU-
The Royal Hungarian -rs Restaurant
731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401
Serving Delicious Food As Always
STAR fVAH RESTAURANT
tOth GRANB BE0PENMNG
SUNDAY, DEC. 16th, 4 P.M. *
FEATURING ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGEL
841 WASHINGTON AVE.
same management JE 1-9182
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671
REOPENING FRIDAY. DEC. 21
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT FISH STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
COMPLIMENTARY BEER & WINE SERVED
WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT ^^^^
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
Original lloiimans Cateterim
SERVING THE FINEST IN BREAKFAST LUNCH & DINNER
OPEN ALL YEAR
1450 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
JE 1-0357 JE 19385
SAM'S ISr|4'iaBii Doc 21
at the PARK CENTRAL DINING ROOM
JtWISH-AMtRKAN STTU COCKING
640 OCEAN DRIVE
JE 8-1611
SUNDAY
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
** KOSNEI CATERERS
1b7J from Iiom d'oeuvrei Io a complete burfof
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Under the Supervision of the U.K.A.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
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CfRffr iou
./OMAN OF THE WEEK
Gerry L"u"> big i even bigger when shi the young
she had Just met at a wcddng announce over the loud speaker
hat he wanted to introduce the girl he WSJ going to marry She real-
.zed that he meant her eerj i rn self. It was y< and "no" tor six
- _nd then Gerry Lou Ko-e became Mrs. Benedict (Buster) Sil-
>erman. Everyone said they were meant ff.r each other, er.j ;.: til
of the same things, even to driving in a con-
vertible with the top down in the pelting rain.
Gerry Lou is a Miami Beach "Sabra."
She went right through Central Beach, the.-,
Miami Beach High School. From there, she
attended Syracuse, where she excelled in radio
and dramatics, graduating as -poet laureate"
of her cla-- Interested in business with her
husband, she admired the way men conducted
their attain, but that didn't keep her from par-
ticipate? in PTA. do:: j t the
Hospital, teaching Up-reading at the
Hard ot Hearing Society, and working for the
CJA.
I -h her two children. .Jill and Johnny.
and a commuting husband, Gerry Lou went to
Columbia two summers, and received a Mas-
h therapy Weeken Is, the whole
family discovered New York and all of its
charm- As one of the young matrons in
r wh j community, she ha-- learned to balance what she must
she wants to do, and what she should do so that there
re no pressures. The children. 5 and 7. are just the age to enjoy the
company of their enthusiastic mother
She" and Buster spend a lot of time together, playing tennis, fol-
.wing the 'Gators, since l*'th are football far-, and antique-hunting,
"hey al-o hunt for old cook books, which Gem Lou adore-, since -he
- a gourmet cook and willing to try any recipe. Both Silvermans are
cave in politics, having taken part in President Kennedy and Sen.
pepper's campaigns. Being a hostess al one- of the Inauguration Balls
n Washington was part ol the excitement.
In the future, they are planning when they all can get away for
year to go to Itadcliffc, where Gerry Lou wants to study for a doc-
Mate. Right now. Gerry Lou 'ays she just wants to continue what
-he's been doingbeing busy being happily married
* *
SATURDAY NIGHT FUN
Cocktails at the home of Marvis and David Schaecter on the Sat-
rdav night of the Miami-Florida football game started off with a
oang. The first hatch of guests listened to the game on radio and al-
ead> had a head start on celebrating by the time the more ardent
. ootball fan., arrived after the game. Yellow, green and orange flou-
rs matched the decor of the living room The stereo was in excellent
condition, and the company danced and danced. Among guests were
Helene and Murray Lipinsky. Ellen and Bernard Mnndler. Naomi and
larvin Zank. Rona and Sheldon Aberman. Mr and Mrs. Irving Wex-
it Dr and Mrs E. Blum. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey, and Mr. and
.Irs. Hubert Lormg. Of course, the last to leave at three o'clock in
he morning were the ones who had the furtherest to goBurton and
Joyce Goldber
t c
SAME NIGHT 3UT SAD
It was just a good thing that Lewis and Marcia Kanner had
uffet dinner before the Miami-Florida football game, not alter, be-
ause it would have been a mighty dreary party All the Kanner- and
Dost A the guests lire ardent Florida fans. Lewis had decorated the
ith Florida decorations, includin blue cn-pe
streamers, Florida pennantthe work- The Kanners, Senior did
heir share Marcella made the flower centerpieci for the table. Aaron
nought an album of Florida ingi from Gainesville, an "Mil Kan
ins Cora" did the cooking. Little two-year-old Ellen Kanner sang
.11 the Florida songs. Among the forty guests wen Marcia and Stan-
ey E-otf, Ann and Gerald Lewis. Barbara and Marvin GUman, Nat-
lie and Martin Segal, the Richard Kanners. and several couple- from
trlando and Clearwater.
* *
GLAD YOU'RE BETTER
Natalie i Mrs. J. David I Liebman flies up to Jacksonville almost
verj weekend to visit her folks. Dr. Morris and Eleanor Goodman.
Eleanor and her sister. Elisabeth Neuwirth, were in a dreadful acci-
lent. Eleanor is home now and doing nicely and her sister is expected
0 leave the hospital next week Remember Eleanor's dog, Cindy?
i- as cute as ever.
* *
BEAT HER CARD HOME
A cute card from Lola Greenfield postmarked Portugal, telling
.bout the fun they were having on theii cruise on the SS Atlanl
-.re the week after she did She was traveling with her mother Mrs
harles Greenfield.
* *
TAKING TURNS
Right now. Dr Shenpard Povlin came to fetch h:- wife, Ma
vho i- visiting her mother. Mrs. Sadie Kabn Next, Dr Judah Ci hn,
-abbi of the Metropolitan Synagogue of Nev York, .ill com.
They are taking turns so that their moih' r in'1 get a chance to be
oo lonelv. Mrs Cahn's M Ml i. district Stttorm
Nassau County in New York II" liv< B >ach with hi- wife.
ne, and their threi MM

NO PLACE LIKE HOME
Since- June. Alyce and Leon Ell have been living out of their
ritrtstl Alyce is glad to settle down at home for a change and
send the laundry out. It was th- fir-t time tnat the Ells had Eone
clear across the Pacific in a ship. Their four months took them al-
most everywhere. Alyce says that they did their share of shopping
and sightseeing.
Nathers Will
Live in Miami
Deborah Ray* Blumenthai and
: rd lrwm Nathor "ed
I Rabbi Max Shapiro
at Beth Ktxtesh Coag on
Dec 9
The bride wore a f r:-
of pure -.Ik bomatin*, tax detail
Swiss
I -<.- d pearl- I
the fitted bodice and ft
The scoop necklu.-- ai
came to a point in
:h capped sleev< -
as worr.
th^t ended in
A coronet of S
iridescent- was attached to a ;
-;.k imported fingertip French il-
lusii n bouffant veil.
a mother of pearl Bible trim
vv:th white orch;
Maid of honor was Candy Blum-
i nthal, the bride- ei an
bride group: -i-t, r Sara !. N
er. was in charge of the guest
book.
Serving the bridegroom a- best
man was hi- brother. A Ml "tier.
and ushers were Barry Blun
thai and Fddie Blumen-!.
bride's brother-.
The bride is the- da ight
and Mrs. Milton Blumenthal.
s\\ 22n ; St she is a u of
Southwest Miami High, a member
of the B'nai B'rith Girli
tended the Universit) ol \i u
The bridegroom on ol
Mr and Mrs Sidnej Mather. 17621
NE 2nd Ct No. Miami B<
. (tended Syracuse I niversit).
After a honeymoon on Miami
i\ ach, the couple .. ill
ami
A
MKS. SJVFORD NATMf*
Tifereth Israel
Latke Party
T feii Israi Sisterl id will
celebrate Chanuka with a latk--
part) on Sunday, S p.m in the
ial hall.
is bazaar
will I at a n
_ lo I e held Monda) ev n
Si terhood's bi monthly card par
:v- will in the social hall
p.m
Critteaton Home
Slated
Vacation Program
Set of Centers
A [pedal vacation program has
been arranged for the- coming wig.
ter sch.,ol recess for boy- and (
at review branches ot the
Miami Jewish Commumtv
Taking the form of a wuit
camp, the program will sen chil-
dren on th<- elemental. |ev.
el fur a full week begbmil ,ir,.
day, Dec 24 Tiie program i-
ii g offered at the Miami Branch
150 -.',\ ;,-. h Ave : Beach B
1536 Bay Rd.; ar.d North
Branch. 141)36 NE 6th Avi
A i-it to the Crime I'n .
Bureau, an appearance i
vision, and a trip to th
glades are dmoi.g the mat
traction- included in this full
ol special even'-. Other act
eduled ate a tour of a
. pici i and a coookout. i <
., farm, and an lie skatil
gram
Al the Miami and Beach B
, parent ma) enroll th
ei .i full day
am. Thi
has a- u hi I
fui 1 to .*) p rit
Party
MISS MARILYN HWWIJ1
Hurwitz, Shapo
Eye Summer Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz. 112
Avila Ct.. Coral Gables, announce
the engagement ol their dau
Marilyn Elaine, to Ronald 11
Shapo. son of Mrs. Mitchell Shapo,
1600 S\Y 17th Ave.. and the late
Mr. Shapo.
The future bride is a graduate
of Coral Gables Senior High, and
was charter president Ol Coral
Gables I'.'nai is'nth Girls. A sen-
ior at the University of Miami
she will receive a Bachelor of
Arts degree in August, and plans
to teach in the fall.
The prospective bridegroom is
a graduate of the University of
Miami, where he was treasurer ot
the Student Government. He i- a
member of Omicron Delta Kappa,
leadership honorary. 1'hi Kappa
Phi, scholastic honorary. Beta
a Sigma and Beta Alpha
1 isinesS honorahes.
A summer wedding is planned.
Flon nc< i itt< ton Hume ol
: t) will receive proceeds
of a holiday part) and dinner dance
red b) the Dade I
Mi cal As* slat >-' Assn on Sat-
urday evei ins. at the Biscaynt
Ii rrace
(han man. Mrs. Norma Fox. an-
nounced thai the benefit will give
support to the building fund for
the Home. The institution for un-
well mother, will be constructed
in South Miami on a three acre
site.
A program highlight will be the
appearance of the City of Miami
Fire Department Glee Club.
Arrangements committee in-
clude- MiSS Stella Shallack. Mi-
Richard Marino, Mrs. Fay Mc-
Kenzie and Mr- Elaine Walker.
Reviews Resume
At Ner Tamid
Rabbi Ei ni I abovitz ill re-
view "The Guns ol August," by
Barbara \'. Tuchman, on Monda)
Ner Tamid.
Second in a -. ries sponsored by
the 1 n ; Ii Sisl irhood. the review
is scheduled tor 8 3D p.m. Mrs
Ben l, Pabi > is > hairma i
On Tuesday evening. Rabbi liar
ol I Rii htt i of Dade Heights Con
t. ill -p.ak on 'The Ap-
I of Cbasidism." A Question
and answer period will follow.
No. Dade Chapter
To See Review
i Si Story," the r
the Monte Carlo on the lie...
I aparity the evi
thi N : :
ter i National Chil
' ..: iai :i- spit I
. ; he eai n
for the fret nor.
tal, wh ch ha- won natioi
dam: lor its
f. er and hearl d
. children
In charge of tickets an
Ruth Kalzif and Mrs Dian
BUY WOMETCO **
THRIF-TIK-IT BOOKS
FROM TEMPLE ISRAEL
FEDERATION OF TEMPLE YOUTH
FOR CHANUKA GIFTS
Contact DAVID GORFINE, UN 6-1975, For Books
Tessa Dunn Will
Be Sweet Sixteen
Seventy-five teen-ager^ will !'
among the guests at the sweel
part) ol Miss Tessa Dunn bostc
by her parents. Mr. and Mr.-. Har
old Dunsky, 18201 NE 10th Ave
No Miami Beach.
Festivities are scheduled f".
. II Friday at the Deauvillc Hotel
ln-c k'keys and other Iocs
celebrities are expected to attend
Goldstein, Carmel
Announcement is made this week
of the engagement of Prances
Goldstein, lti37 No. Bay Village.
Treasure Dr.. tc. Jack Carmel, ?253
Keystone Blvd., Keystone I't
Ardrr.ori
MISS TISSA DUNH
:BIRTHDAZE:
First child, son Robert Warren,
bom Nov. 27 to Dr. and Mrs. San-
ford Kimhall Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs Jerome Kimhall, ol
Miami Beach, and Mrs Albert
Edelman. ol Plttsbui zfa Pa,
WIGS
S f;cnprati*ssN la The
MM* Making Business
r.nr Tails r.Mt Wljl.'i
Problem Pieces Brioche
High Fashion Hair Pieces
*.t riyrrllr flfiw'-
si.ird. a**ii*a. )"'
All Work Done In
Cur Own Workshop
7437 COLLINS AVE.
Pfc: UN 6-t22 Of UN 5-9157


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Party Proceeds j
Go I School H
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will hold its annual
! Latke card party on Sunday, S
! p.m.. In the Social Hall.
Chairman is Mrs. George Kess-
ler. Ticket^ chairmen are Mrs.
George Graham and Mrs. Loui
Bennett.
Proceeds go to the religious
school.
Beth Sholom
yEMPLE
bers celebrated Satu
mem-
d a j
the launching ol their
ntieth anniversarj year. Be-
. al the Temple were H..\
ah and special dedication ser-
s, after which followed a
tail party in the social hall
tivities continued at the Amer-
.-.{ Hotel with a dinner and
i e.
man of the anniversarj
ition committee was Judge
r> a Greenberg, whose wife
her red chiffon sheath
. white mink cape White
was worn by Mr- Norman
Her fitted bodice had a
l> V colleta ge neckline, and
skill had the controlled full.
i modified bell silhouette.
yellow pe :u ile sole
ith rid matching theatre i
- he choice oi Mrs Jos
do
h Ji seph Ash ch ise a
ica -heath, with gold cav-
Is embroidered all over
bodice A black beau de
cocktail dress and m itching
- worn li> Mrs Samuel
Iced blue satin
ck < hantill) lace trimmed her
I; Ige and white were
ibined in Mrs Sanford Le
e's silk brocaded sheath Her
tching waist-length jackel had
eelaHength sleeves and a
ik collar.
yWrFK ol Temple Beth Sholom's
" president, -Mrs. James M
Hit. cbOSC a gold and white
.th embroidered in gold irldes-
it sequins and crystal bugle
white chiffon was the
ice of Mrs. Harry Gersten.
.I bows of white satin trimmed
bodice, and a lipstick re I
in theatre coat completed her
-< mMe. A blue and white cio-
le sheath with a si ished bateau
klu e was worn bj Mrs Natii
\\ aldman. An oriental i
(I green brocade sheath and
tching hip-length flared j k
- Mrs. Al G -
i [or the evening.
.! Philip P< stel i
. blw alt i con lace sh
with a mi I
re -'I i.ice swcati i 'i
e ol her dress folio
Hop,- i.u e pattei ? \ Hoi r-
ach satin i.....n *
\iv Seymour Silverman \
pannier case idl I
back ot her skirl nd she
I .. n..itching waist-length i ick
\ h i ii teatun d a hi [h ne< k
\ .ther Door-length gown
> v. n by Mrs. Harvey K. am
ot .. 11 green satin bi i
I with l luted mink Inmmed
Yafis Hear Miami Authority
jacket, it featured a touch of the
Orient
Mrs SI tnley Arkin's green
and gold brocade was in an over-
size paislcj motif, a double
breasted jackel with a standaway
collar matched her pencil shin
th. Mrs. Jonas J. Brotman
made her gold lame ensemble,
which ; o| ., sheath dress,
a flared evening coat and a cock-
tail hat. A Mack silk chiffon
with a bouffount skirt was the
choice ol Mrs Isadora Hecht.
Gold and on nge combined in Mrs.
Thomas Gerard's theatre ensem-
ble; and gol I embroidery trim-
med Mrs Paul Stern's Mack
gown
ELOORLENGTH ROWns were
worn by Mrs llarrj w'olk and
Mi v Edmond Bran It. Mrs.
Wolk's gi n n v as ol gold and sil-
ver en lame, and featured
a sheath I rskirl A black
-ilk crepe with natural
colored otchi Is in floral sprays
with touches ol white was worn
bj Mrs. Brandt. Her gown had
an asymetricallyslashed panel
i k ol the skirt, and
was cau iit low in the front in
a Grecian-style drape. Mrs Dav-
id Drucker wore a black silk
crepe short formal during the
cocktail party, but changed for
dinner at the Americana, to an
In ian-inspired, full length gown
of black, with gold and silver
embossed embroider}.
Illusion pointed d' esprit in
petal pink and black was Mrs.
Jack Shapiro's choice for this oc-
casion Her gown had a modified
Lighting the birthday cake at Temple Beth Sholom's 20th an-
niversary dinner on Dec. 8 at the Americana Hotel is Mrs.
James M. Albert, wile of the president of the Temple. Looking
on (left to right) are Mrs. Leon Kronish, wife of the Temple's
spiritual leader, Mrs. Harry Arthur Greenberg, wife of the im-
mediate past president end chairman of the 20th anniversary
dinner celebration, James M. Albeit, Judge Harry Arthur
Grcnberg, and Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Tifereth Israel
13th Anniversary
Tifereth Israel Congregation will
hold its thirteenth anniversary din-
ner celebration at the Deauvillu
Hotel on Sunday evening, Dec. 23.
The function will feature a can-
dlelight ceremony. Entertainment
at the Bar Sfitzvah affair will star
the well-known comedian Myron
Cohen and Juliet Prowse, movia
star and dancer.
A full-course kosher dinner will
be served during the candlelight
ceremony. '
\
Mayoress of San Juan, Puerto Rico, qreets participants in the
recent Shalom Cruise aboard the SS Jerusalem sponsored by
the Greater Miami Israel Assn. At a reception in their honor
are Mrs. Ben Essen; the Mayoressa; I. Gerstenhaber, vice
president of Zim Lines of Fla.; Mrs. Zeev Dover, wife of the
Israel Consul for the Southeastern region of the U.S.: Capt.
Tuve Smolensk, of the SS Jerusalem; and Mrs. I. Gersten-
haber. Fassengers and crew were joined by some 200 prom-
inent Puerto Rico citizens at the reception.
3 Golf Courses
Open at Doral
Play officially opened for the
Children to be Feted
Lorber chapter. Children's As-
thma Research Institute and H08-
scooped neckline and a bouffant first time 'Thanksgiving Day on all pita! in D*>ver, will hold a cb.il-
45 holes of the three golf courses dren's holiday party Saturday at
Ted Mdman, Miami psychol-
:. v as to discuss "Sex and
. rriage" at a mei ting of
Young Adult I ri< rd- ot I
., evening I ;' I ide
n li
y evening Dec 24, the
. h ild a holid i; t
Wore Than Just a Vacation|
skirt. Mrs. Joe Rosenkrantz
chose a black imported French
cotton with a white silk over-
blouse v ith black polka dots. Au-
tumn shades of burnt orange and
browns combined in the theatre
si mble winn bj Mrs Joseph
Ark m
c ol Mrs Herbert C Bloom.
and white silk lined her sash.
Mi i. Jules Arkin's red silk
. rollc i collar, and
the im< illed effect was re-
peat! her hem
w u im's spiritual
- | :..-!;. ChOSI
a stnki 11 '' or-length
cell brati >n, Her
as encrusted with se-
beads and silver-
R bbi Morns
., u as seen 11 a short
tour,.,I iced bli -
with a lace bodice; while the
wile ol Rabbi Herbert llaumgard birds will he arriving, increasing
cn .. ,,, iri escent green bro-jto a Hood tide before the holiday
i ith season, when all .".20 of the guest
rooms in the six lodges will be
filled with golfers and their fami-
lies.
One month later, when the new
$10,000,000 Doral Beach Hotel open-
its doors for the first time, guest-
will be llitting back and forth be-
tween the 2,400-acre country club
and the oceanfront facility, since
New Year's all privileges ol both resort- can
ime the be freely used by their respective
\, \ ,. on Federal, guests. ___________^___
rhe lunc-
ighl buf-
fet Bup ScheinuaM is
at the S12 million Doral Hotel and
Country Club.
Two 1 8 h o I e championship
courses, the blue'" and "red," and
a 9-hole par 3 "chip and putt
green" course, are now in piay at
alpaca was the th(, ,..,, Tlu, ,,;,, course |aS|
year was the setting for the Doral
PGA (50,000 Invitational This
tournament will again be played
al Doral ,n March, 1963
Fourteen fish-stocked lakes awail
sportsmen. The stables are fresh-
filled with riding horses trucked
down from the north
Small, fast motor boats for
water-skiing are tethered to the
take-off docks, and next to the
50-position driving range, arch-
ery targets stand in a colorful
row.
Beginning in December, the ear.y
the Holsum Bakery Bldg., Sunset
Dr.. So. Miami, starting at 2:30
p.m. Entertainment will feature
Ivan Kitty, of the Merry-Go-Bound
Playhouse, and Willie the Moose
and Charlie Baxter, stars of ch. 7. feature a white elephant sale.
Israel is Topic
At Coral Way
Barrett M. Rothenberg. Miami
attorney, will discuss his partici-
pation in the recent dedication pil-
grimage to Me Ami, Israel, at lata
Friday evening services of Coral
Way Jewish Center.
Rothenberg will discuss his inu
pressions oi Israel and its people.
Cantor Gershon Levin, a third gen-
eration Israeli sabra, who has bee'w
affiliated with the Center fur th-
past two years, will also be on th*
program. Rabbi Samuel April wit!
act as moderator of the discussion
following. ,i
------------------------------------------J
How to Perk
Up Party Foods j
Members of the Eleanor Roose-
velt Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women*
will learn how to perk up party-
foods on Wednesday. 8:30 pni., at
the Tastce Inn. 7500 SW 8th St.,
according to Mrs. Marvin Schoen-
berg. program chairman.
The public is invited to hear Mis?
Judi Ghigleri, assistant director o
the Dairy Council of South Flor: la.
share recipes for lunch, sand-
wiches and cake.
Miss Ghigleri also assists in the
nutrition education department in
Dade County public schools.
The Jan. 16 meeting of th-*
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter wul
al the Club Morocco in the Casa-
blanca Hotel Dancing will be to the
music ol Bob Reaenl and his or
On Mi I
Eve,
pres lei I ^ afis
Rchbi Skop to Speak
SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDAj
"FREE GOLF"
One Hour lo Tampa rind St. Pitt.
Tel. 726-1161
i
Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual
j leader oi Temple Beth Shirah, will
conduct a discussion group at an
,,,. ., ing ot Flamingo chap-
ter B'nai B'rith Women, on Wed-
MSday evening al Plm Springs
\ in., (e meeting room, 555 W. 49W
St Hialeah. His topic will be
What are Jewi-h \al'v-"
SIS W1LLENS
Cordially invites you to see
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The Courier
L>u C/cra/iT t^chwartz
Here's the new fficers ol LawnUte Company: Victor
= eiter, l Sam Richman, \ o1 ind general manager;
. ce Shspard, general Stanley
_evine. I Alfred Groden, 1 Ne
I '
-'Terr. Mailman, itch as s Zeta Bets Tau pi -
c< ch mai of \ i Mayor Mai Englander s
ssful coui car Jesaph K rman, i ( hie.....
, been named by Mel pel .<
Richard Tocktr a '"-''
>ne the six firms i n
D. Ku rl I" :" "' Ih;
Milton Friedman, senioi Miami Municipal I
ports tl I's program for reh
the city's alcoholism program.
Howard Berger, Lee Evans' assistant at the Miami-Metro News
i i( coordim I pn motional program for this area at the
otham B Do sell Nebraska short, but George Mira and his
tates tiouM give the Hurricanes a one-touchdown victory Funeral
irect< r Themes M. Burns, Jr., of Riverside Memorial Chapels, is in
- 25th year with the national funeral home organisation, lie was one
a group of tour who in 1911 founded the Asan for Funeral Directors
nd Embalmers for the State of Florida Dave Giesser, former
txecuti i lirector oi th< Nal onal Children's Cardiac Hospital, in town
ements for Yeshivs University in South Florida for
Ken and heart i e will be discussed Saturday niyht.
W< KR by Dr. Sanford Zahler in behalf of the Heart
Jimmy Albert and his family left town tor
his election as president of the Pap Cancer In-
Leo Ackerman, whose two-year term of office re
ts fi rd meeting attended bj Leonard Egert,
. Gerald Lewis, Mr. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Sid Raffel, Leonard Egert,
"ermci Bindai rivencr National Life Insurance Com-
> TheodoreS. Fi.-I'.el, oi Miami Beach,
Harcld Abbott I New chai if the Miami
ry B urd is Bill Adler, with Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs.
imj B enner Meyers also sen ard Morris Lipp, for-
en aw arded life n i p in the
Lipp i- now engineering consul
Lea Ross, of the Har.k Meyer public rela' -
er.
Hotel ASSD has renamed Irving Frankel,
Fair! and on< lime vice president of the Jewish
Murray Koretsky i^ one of the
u, and Henry Mcrris, treasurer Or. Irving Lehrman
. n u es with h^ aid in the capturing ol an alleged thi
his I i then told Peace Justice Jason Berkman he wouldn't
. Annual meeting of the Muscular Dystrophy So
[ South F will be held Sundaj afternoon at 2 at the >
a!h Morrie Linn, director AI Green is the ni W pre*
th ai Mahler and William Lehman among the trustees
Letti Beach winter resident A. M. Sonnabend to local
: tmencai i ommittee reminds them that the
\ppeal arangement with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
Nat Sokoioff, who came to Miami Beach to
epreaeat Harrj Bn r an I ompany. replaces Cliff Straus as regi
irector of the Jewish Theological Semi:..- ol America Cliff, who
Israel's ii lependence, has returned to
h ial work afti r a long and r with Ml S pital,
and Israi i B mds.
Ray Wise. S in, is proud of acci mpli-hmeiits of
of Ni a York Herald Tribune's top staffers in Washington,
Irving Schulman rep rtS the latest addition to the household
hale ind hi artj Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox, local communal lead-
rs pend ha each year in Israel, are back in town after a
in' Jewish State Dr. Tuvia Bar-liar, director gen-
eral i. r-Ili I in Israel, and son of the late Rabbi Meyer
Beriir, i cpected cl month at Coronet Hotel Han into
Morris Alexander, (f Chicago, international commissioner of B'nai
'rith Israel Committo visiting his mother at the Blackstone Hotel
. The i H lifted t.> a partial apartment basis .
tie batt b tweei Beach's apartment house and hotel industry in
ie South Shore area en hot fight, with leadership bj city
mm rig the dis ighl by oeth sidei
Wolfie Cohen's seriously thinking ol running again, bul Marcie
Liberrr..n no longei considered a definite contender Foi
\'. \ Paul Grond ;. eking up oi I In m the yi
in town, bul Hrfrc'd Shapiro's n
nts to the fori r as thi
Victor Bennahum, director ol TourU
Mr and Mr.. Charles Charcow-
Jack Popicks, I
Ricfci.
Jay Ki:lak and David Lijrit gave '
Fa d .. | arm dm. I)
Leonard Rosen's n Land n
. I t the
trp noted on Dr. Kurt
Faitei i main i
n the
i the
U ( Ed Feinstein, who pi
I ruce H.-.le
..'alter F.ilV
Turning the first spadeful of earth at around- orment fund committee. Baron de H
breakinq ceremonies for the Ab'in Memorial Meyer; Judge Irving Cypen, president c:
expansion nioqram of thr> Jewish Home for the Jewish Home for the Aged; vice president,
Aged are (left to right) Bing Kossoff; chairman David Phillips; Judge Harold Spaet; Stanley
of the joint Jewish Home for the Aged-Greater M. Beckerman; and Sam Resnick. Ceren.
Miami Jewish Federation building and devel- were last week at Doi glas Gardens.
Syria Israel Border Coming to Boil

Leaders of the Jewish Home for the Aaed examine final blue
prints and sign contract with Arkin Construction Co. fcr the
million dollar expansion of the Ablin Memorial un-t of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami Constiuction
will begin this week. Left to right are Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
vice president and chairman of the campaign committee,
which is seeking to laise 800.000; Circuit Court Judge Irving
Cypen. president of the Home; and Stanley H. Arkin, assist-
ant secretary of Arkin Construction Co.
Breeders GrOUP ^hai Chapter Meeting
Chai i '. pti r B'nai B'rith \\ am
in. will have a regular meeting
.> evening at the DeauviUe
Hotel Program will include a
( hanuka -kit. and four past presi
dents will speak on the B'nai B'rith
story. Mrs. Jerri Cohen Is pro
.lam \ ice president.
Eyes Handicap
The sio.ooo added Florida Breed
I hampionship which will have
its fourth running at Tropical Park
or, Saturday. Dec 22. closed on
Apr. 2 with a total ol 107 nomina-
tion!
On Nov. 15. the nominators of
32 oi the Florida-bred two-year-olds
made addition.! payments to keep
their candidates eligible for the
l i-16-niile test which was Inau
ited in 195* to honor the mem
i rj of the late James II Hi i
one of the moving spirits behind
Florida's thoroughbred sport
in ad lition, Spring Hill Farm
Norcat. i n ol
a supplen
Additional s i >mi
to
Park's K.x u | Secretarj
JTA- By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM Gen Kai
Hern, duel ol the United N
11 itce Supervisor) I >ri ania
Wednesday to I
[i rmed lsr<
missi in Da mas
. with reni
I 1-rai
the ;'.. .ii .! ha I I
Tit I'N chiel ma e a >
I. and
ed i : ;. in olficial ii cludn
i met i>i Staff, that i
... the bordei situ i
... well as i
i I <| lions ovei bi i
; -
"i he latest occurred last Tues
c'ay whn an Israeli settlement
meirber was injured during sev-
eral heurs of shooting.
[srai Ii sour< i indicated thai
behavior ol the Syrians in the de-
militai ized sone could be the
measure ol the extent of Ihe I \
chief's success in his mission
was to meet later Wednesday with
Israeli Foreign Office officials
further talks
Tin Damascus Radio di
Wednesday that Ihe talk- with G
Von Horn had fai
nounced that the Syrian civil I
fense had been mobilized and ;
>ate hospitals placed at thi S\ i
arm) 's disposal
AEPhi Planning
Press Conference
Ann al holida; luncheon ol AI
|ha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Assn
i- planned for We ncsda; Dec 26.1
11:30 a m at the Algiers Hotel
i iver 200 members are expected
ath r for the 20th anniver
event.
i will I e a pros i
ence
i
Seniors to See
Film on Cancer
Next meeting of the Senior
zei An oi Miami Beach a
be held Tuesday, 30 p m ii
Washini ton Federal );. ;
Washi ve,
Hi. blight ol the evi nil
ii color film on how to pn
nice b> Dr Mario :
grii a. ed il director 1'
Dade Count) unit of Ihe Km
ei S i etJ
Dr. Rudolph v D o I
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Friday, December 14, 19G2
Chanuka Party
For Servicemen
A Festival of Lights party hon-1
oring the approach o( Charuk i
f,.r m fluenien airt HJefr farnl
of Homestead Air Force B ise
t><- sponsored by the Jewi ifa We!
[are Board Armed Services Com
mittee, u was announced by Mrs.
Louis Glasser, chairman.
Rabbi Mordecal Podet will be
si Bpeaker at the servicemen's
Chanuka party at Westbroete
Country Club on Sunday, starting
al 11 a.m.
In a Idition to being a pre-bolida)
bration at winch the service-
will receive Chanuka menor-
and candles for their families,
the day's program will Include the
serving ol refreshments and a
i ial musical concert
* fewfcfi HfirHtam
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SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
IkriA^mw
SUNSWEET JUICES
Hi.
i '
in
foi
He Gets Air
Jj Commission Bars
With Chanuka jusl around
irm r Ji h homemakei
husy making plans which wil
i happj h il'di
,; members ol the familv.
I*he kids will be he me
''"'"' '"'' planning to see thai they eal cor
rectly and Keep (hi mselvcs occu-
'"" It*! nn secret th. I a goo
breakfast is the key to go habits, and these habits must I"
and i ommemoratc.2
importanl evei t in Jev ish his
ithan l. Gr< of No
Beai h, has bi en c minus.
a Fecom ant it
Hi : Stall Air For i
ition from Offii r Traimn '' I i J lice Ias .
I .it Lackland U" i < refere c. in Jewish -
Lieut. Greenberg was selecti -v,'"~ :- madi.....ich
he training course throu
p titive examinations with '"'''
e i Mies. He )s i r ii i< '5 thi re is Sunswcel
i reassigned to McChord AFB ': fl Nectar a"d Sunswcel Apri
Iiington, as an aircraft m
- therefore nrly right to put
s little extra i ffort into the prep .
anon ol yi nr meals. And for I
[rom manj people, the most importan
I meal is the cup ol col
fee that comes al its conclusion
i his means Maxwell House. Not
Haxwell House C ffee is mon
tlj than other coffees.
But Maxwell House will give (he
' "' ''" vears Durinj beat cup ol cottee in the world s.
' "* a ia al even the m t ci tical ol con-
1 ..... d more time i a ?eurs v prais vour c
' iMa t mrkii talent., when' you
' mt. him Maxwell House
5 "l Maxwell House Coffee i ven
< popular in homes at
hi '.'..i.i i nami .(
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en (right), shows membership committee new style of invite
tion for the organization's annual membership brunch to be
held at the Deauville on Wednesday. Looking on are Qef:
to right; Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, membership chairman; Mrs
Sam Rosner; Mr*. Henry Gewitz, program chairman: and Mrs
Abe Steinberg, membership co-chairman.
ince officer.
LI Greenberg, who received a
BS degree from the Universitj of
Pennsylvania, was previously asso-
ciated with WGBS in Miami He
i- the son ol Dr. and Mr- M< r
ns \v. Greenberg, 19510 NE 19th
Ave No. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Stern on Television
l S. Minority Problems and the
Jew" nill be the subject of a talk
by Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
li ader ol Beth .lamb Congregation,
on the Jewish Worship Hour this
Sundaj ov< r WLBW
'
i Apple Prune Juice, They an
perfect for breakfasl and i kccllcnt
as an energj boost anytime
Thcj come in new twist oil
cap jars, and when the jars are
empty, they ar good for i
at ything from chicken fat to mat-
ron ball soup.
Put some Sunswcel in your tarn-
ilj s life, and you'll see glov in
faces in the lighl of the Chanuka
candles. These juices all carrj
he kosher "K."
FINEST CUP OF COFFEE
When you lighl the first candle
the eve of Chanuka, you will
u-!i. ring in a festival that lasts
I
Harry Rosenberg, even! chairman; ymoui Alter-
i, PTA pn Mrs. Philip Bioo
.-. look ovei the result
,ious school PTA-spoi
h highlighted a display of Israeli items for the C
iale.
heli
as well as all year around ;it
me, as wed
" or v ith
- tter with u. i -II
ouse Coffi It's trul)
[he last drop li : i n lasti
" Mai or and aroma.
When you go shopping for Chan-
uka. remember to gel i
Maxwell House Coffee in l or i lb,
c ns and you w ill be prcpari d lor
your family and your guests at
Chanuka, -i-.A for their enjoyment
II times,
SEAGRAM'S V.O.
As Chanuka rapidly approaches,
Jewish homemakers everywhere
are turning their thoughts to the
joyful preparation known as "get-
ting read) for the holidays."
Many hours of planning and work-
ing lie ahead before the house can
i" considered ready" for the
hosts ol friends and family th I
will be stopping by to wish you
the in si ol Ihe holidaj seas in.
\nt only are cooking and clean-
i d, bill also makirc, sure
at ail-
- te-
ll' c peri.nl.
here i I
than i*aised s
-
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V.O. is ib) the com-
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m / friends
[a ; roma, its
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it; it icred tops by may-'
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ram's V. to your
-
Ihe rest i i the year,
II) imp irl i '. if you
ted to t'
-., it that ii r
" i .-ii the ci atl hed I I
ittle ol 's V.O. on
[| v it ks i cry
MOTT'S PRODUCTS
Chanuka is almost here, and holi-
day time means that ihe kids will
bi home instead of in school, and
even dad will be taking lime off
to be with Ihe family during the
holiday season.
With the family home more than
usual, mothers are going to have
to do a little extra planning to get
variety into all those meals they'll
be serving. At the same time,
mothers must be able to prepare
all these extra meals quickly, as
there are many things to be done
; round the house in preparation
for Ihe friends and family thai will
be stopping by to otter their -nod
wishes for chanuka.
For ease of both preparation and

planning, include th ion
Mott's porducts on oppi
\> the head Ol '
Mott's Apple Sauce.
ia\ orite m homes from <. ia -i
11 ast, which is available
eral convenient sizes 'I hen i
variety, or lor festive compai
dinners, try Mott's Apple-Ras
berry Sauce or Apple-Cranbert
Sauce. Either one will make
tasty, colorful addition to a'
meal.
Make sure thai you family -tin -
off each morning of the holidi
season with a glass of Mott's A
pie Juice or .Mott's A.M.. which -
five fruit juices blended ii'to ore
breakfast drink that, will hav< I
kids clamoring for more.
All of these Mott's products car-
ry the Kosher "K." your ^uara
tec that only the finest kngrei
ienls so into before the Mott'i
label goes on.
'Get-Together' For Blue Sfrar
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Dec. 23 at the Deauville Hotel from
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the i nders and
a Harry Popkin,
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pkin brothers said, "to our
riends to
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-in in.
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Blue star Camps, located 2"
miles from Asheville in the
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Friday, December 14. 196:
O P E
by ALAN SHECTER
In a classroom ;it the University
of Miami's School of Law a few
years ago. a professor told his stu-
dents that "Law is an Instrument
for helping, protecting and guid-
ing people."
Bette Baron, a young and pretty
Miami attorney, took her profess-
or seriously, admitting today that
it is this philosophy that prompt-
ed her to become legal counselor
to the Center for Disseminating
Verifiable information.
The Center i> a new an i promis-
ing group "i peopli who have been
cured oi alcoholism and other
mental health pn ..'ems Accord-
ing to Bette 'I percentage
of the Center's members are
Jews, a fact geni ral i [ical
statistics would I I to find un-
believable.
The crushii tensions of life
in the twentieth century are so
unbearable that the nation now
has more all drug addicts
and tranquilizer swallowers than
at any time in U.S. history," she
points out.
Bette has high hopes that the
Center can be effective in the
fight fr better mental health
Its activities will be aimed at
spreading in! n and public-
ity to stimulate public attention
. to mental health and its enhance-
k n.ent.
While -he w .ling Uni-
, versify of Miam iron was
runner-up in I ml moot
court competitions arid voted
"Outstan in S ior" in her grad-
Yehudct'i Mos!ie
Pulpit Welcomes
Rabbi Shalowiti
Henry Gil t ol Con-
gregati >n Y< ; e, has
of
, as I
tual
Rahl i Shal
by Jei sen-
lath ;
.. i Ol
a re-
repiioi
!
\ itz ;
Ihere
Thcol ...
Clue.
He !
I
; pulpil in N before sen
a- a chaplai L'.S ^rmy
h Ron a in
in the i S, Arn > R e
uating class. She is one of a vig-
orous new generation of local at-
torneys with a refreshing and
contagious approach toward the
ideals in which the believes.
i e *
He L;kes Miami
In an era when corporate giants
pav handsome salaries to men
trained in the field of engineer-
ing, it is reasonable to ask Har-
old Berke why he quit a promis-
ing caieer as an aeronautical en-
gineer to enter the display busi-
ness. His answer is .-imply, "l
wanted to live in Miami!" When
he settled here permanently, dis-
play was one of the few fields
in which an engineering back
groun i might be helpful in mak-
ing money in South Florida.
Once employed by the U.S Air
Force as chiel of ;t< hydraulics
and pneumatic.- design unit, Berke
frequently calls upon his engi-
neering talents to design moving
displays, promotional exhibits
and scale models for firms like
Pan American Airways. General
Motors. RCA. Alcoa and U.S.
Steel. His company al.-o seems
to grab the contracts to manage
most of the local convention ex-
hibits that have blossomed in
Dade County in recent years.
Discovering that he was to be
"making news" here this week.
Berke asked for a mention of his
beautiful wife. Mary. Of all his
designing feats, he seems proud-
est of having engineered" him-
self a lovely wife.
New Cardiac
Hospital Facility
Dedication Slated
The afternoon of Sunday, Jan.
20. has been set for the formal
dedication and opening of the new
facilities of National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, now Hearing
completion in the Metropolitan
Medical Center, off NW 12th Ave.
Dignitaries from all the country
will be in attendance, including a
300-person delegation from the hos-
pital's New York chapters. Judge
Milton A. Friedman, senior judge
of the Municipal Court, and a mem-
ber of the hospital's hoard of gov-
ernors, will preside at the ceremon-
ies. The new building represents
an investment of approximately
two and a quarter million dollars,
devoted to treatment and research
Of rheumatic fever and congenital
heart diseasemajor killers of
young children.
"The general public is cordial-
ly invited to attend the Jan. 20
dedication ceremonies," said
Judge Friedman, "for it has been
their contributions which have
made possible this new, useful
edifice to be occupied by 'the hos-
pital that never sends bill.'
As most Miamians know, Nation-
al Children's Cardiac Hospital is
not only free, but does not dis-
criminate as to race or creed,
either."
Participating in the ceremonies
will be Metro Chairman Alex Gor-
don, Mayor Robert King High of
Miami, and Leo Robinson and
Richard I. Berenson. president and
chairman of the board of the hos-
pital, respectively. Sidney M.
Kain, vice president of the Miami
National Bank, and a member of
the board, is serving with Judge
Friedman, as co-chairman, and is
coordinating the various arrange-
ments.
Gen. Chaim Bar-Lev confers first honorary citizenship oi
Ami" 'in behalf of the State of Israel on Dr. Irving Lehnr.
Left to riaht are Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish Natio:
Fund of Greater Miami, Gen. Bar-Lev, Dr. Lehrman. and
Zev W. Kogan.
700 Hear Israel General Welcome
Me Ami as New Citadel of Defense
Esther Group Tea
Esther Group of Hadassah is
holding a membership tea on Wed-
nesday, i p.m.. al the hone of
Miss Betty t oper, 7:110 Biscayne
Circle. Biscayne Point Island.
President of the group is Mrs.
Chic Perlyn.
KARBI MORTON SHALOWITI
Shevin to Chair
Advisory Council
Robert L. Shevin. Miami attorn-
ey, has been named chairman of
the Miami Economic Advisory
Count" I.
Shevin, of 4901 SW 87th Ct.. was |
aide to the Dade County legisla-
tive delegation during the recent
special session.
The Economic Advisory Council's
main interest is the promotion of
. the economy here.
Shore Unit Plans
'Gala1 for Pap
The Shore I'nit of the I'apani-
"ii Cancer Research institute
Miami has announced plans for
Its tenth annual luncheon to be
In id ai noon at the Fontainebleau
! loti! next Jan. 8. <
A gala afternoon is being plan-
ned by the committee, headed by
Mrs. Ben Lewis, Mrs, Jason Berk
man is ticket chairman, and Mrs.
Florence Madler trill acl as chair-
man ol the daj
Program chairman is Mrs Leon
ard Rosen, who has arranged for
;i showing of the new resort line
of fashions by Sak.-Fifth Avenut
Ol Surlside
The PapaniCOlaOU Cancer Re-
search Institute at Miami has re-
ceived recognition nationally, as
well as internationally, for its can-
cer research. Since its formation,
the Shore I'nit has contributed a
large portion of the funds necess-
ary for the maintamance of the
Institute.
Tickets for the luncheon can be
obtained by calling Mrs. Berkman.
Mrs. Milton Blum is president of
the Shore Unit.
"Israel is alone among nations,
and must look to America for
help.'' said Gen. Chaim Bar-Lev.
commander of Israel's Armed
Forces, at the first Me Ami dinner
of the Jewish National Fund held
at the Fontainebleau Hotel last
Sunday night.
"Israel is not a member of any-
regional group, racial group, or
religious group of nations."' said
Gen. Bar Lev. Consequently, she
stands alone, and must depend on
her own resources for security and
economic development."
"On the other hand." the Gen-
eral pointed out. "Russia has been
supplying Israel's neighbors with
missiles, and other heavy arma-
ment free. Israel, to meet the
danger, must strip herself to buy
them."
Said Gen. Bar-Lev: "There-
fore, it is with great hope that
Israel welcomes new cities like
Me Ami, established by the
Greater Miami Jewish National
Func', which help settle the coun-
try and add to its defenses."
Over 700 persons attended the
lirsi public dinner honoring the
establishment Ol Me Ann. a new
settlement in Israel. A film de
picting the activities of the 40-
member group of Greater Miami
leaders who traveled to [sri
dedicate Me Ami lasl No\
shown to the audience
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spi
leader of Temple Emami-FI
presented with the first hoi
citizenship of Me Ami. Le
F.U. pre-ident of the Jewisl
tional fund of Greater Miami
a member of the dedicatioi
grimace, brought greetings i
dinner and described the di
tion ceremonies in Israel.
Dr Zev Kogan. leader o
group. Rahbi Mayer Ahrami
president of the Southeaster!
>;ion of the JNF, and Rabbi S
mon Schiff. spiritual li
Beth El Congregation, al-
It was reported that the
building in Me Ami, Israel, v
completed in the latter pa
May. 1963.
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Newman Elected
Vice President
Edward Newman, of Newman
Funeral Home, was chosi n third
\ ire presi lent of the Jewish Fun-
eral Directors of America at a
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Wayrft Tischler
vnc -on at jfjfi, -Eftf11" Tisch-
of 255 Fairway Dr., wilT Be
llitivata Saturday morning I
15, during services Rl T mpi.
Tamid, conducted by Rabbi
ne Labovitz.
c celebrant is a student at
ilus Junior High and the Tem
religious school.
* *
Ira A. Ostcr
Saturday morning, Dec. 15.'
\. Oster will become Bar Mitt-
.it Congregation Beth El. with
i| Solomon Schiff officiating.
i i- i.ii eight'i grade student
e Hebrew Academy. He is the
f Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oster. and
l nelson of Mrs. F. Shuliner and
ate Rev. [Mac Oster, and Mrs.
cca Meskin and the hue Rabbi
v Meskin.
A Kiddush in Ira's honor Will
iiiiio:. the yrjji-.,
Michael Rosen
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will offic-
wte Bl the li;ir Mitzvah of Michael
during services Saturday
morning, Dec. 15. at Temple Judea.
Michael 1- an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High
and plays drums in the school
band.
Mr. and Mrs. E. David Rosen
1232 Castile Ave.. Coral Gable-.
Will host the Oneg Shabbat on Fri-
day and the Kiddush after the cere-
mony in honor of their son.
Phillip Levin
Phillip William, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Herbert Levin, will become
Bar Mitzvah al services conduct-
id by Rabbi Norman \" Shapiro
'
Henry Denison
Phi/lip levin
Selina Deck/
David GUI j Michael Tunes
\t
oufh Give JFK Vote of Confidence;
pace Exploration is Also Supported

Kennedy Administi
I a tremend voti I con
from the deli 1 ates at
oi the workshops al the
1 annual ti ei e of
Gr< ater Miami Jev ish 1
.> i ntei "M Sunday at the
il Plaza Hotel wh le other
. people al two other work-
- were giving their serious
lerationa to questions of space
ration.
reviewing the progress of
oi Kennedy's term of oi-
the reactions were:
The President has made his
1 Si mark in foreign af!
li< 11 ".1 great job" in handling
>. nt Cuban incident, He has
I slowly but effectively in
Russian moves in the
War This is seen especially
in the willingness of Russia to
ip their pressure for "troika"'
rship in the United Nations.
More action is needed cflec-
to help Latin America
1 e should be more direct con-
with the people and not only
the leaders. The Peace Corps
making a good contribution
On the domestic scene, the
n\ has rallied. The plans
1 tax reduction would help
i er stimulate economic growth.
Fedi ral aid to education w as
bul it should not include
i ral control oi what is la
schools, Religious -> I
not be eligible r federal
Medical care I enior citi-
ler s al se< ''' >va neC'
>vei .'I be
Aith I
11 the hole, Pi e idenl K< n
.1- n ides in the
.. : of of
He I in mai
n stige "i 1
keeping il out of war. He
led < rlsis situal
He has become
1 on, and he has been
reater support for his pro
ress We should
al we may find
out.
snae exploration may pro
-bout ins ot the universe,
lay provide better answers
. ilal le for impi
- lot on earth. Overpi
tion may in become a reason
for seeking (.'Jut planet., to col-
onize.
In addition to selenitic rea-
son-, space exploration is import-
ant for military reasons because
other countries will be taking ad-
vantages of these possibilities,
While some thought we were 1
spending too much money on space
projects, other felt that the re-
sults would justify the expendi-
ture-.
Life probably exists on other
planets, ft is likely that there is a
planet with more ideal living con-
ditions than the earth. Although
people maj tear contact with oth-
er forms of life, the results are
hound to be good in the long run
through the increased knowledge
that is -amed.
on Saturday morning. Dec. 15, in
the main sanctuary at Beth Dav-
id.
An eighth grade student at South
Miami Junior High, the celebrant
plays the violin and writes music.
His outside interests are stamp
and coin-collecting, and sports.
Following the services, the par-
ents of the Bar .Mitzvah will be
hosts at the Kiddush.
Gary Salem
Temple Beth Am will be the site
1 : the Bar Mit/.vah oi Garj Salem
1 ning, Dee 15, with

Mr. and Mrs. .lack Salt m,
SW 126th Rd., v ill honor their son
al a rec ption and luncheon al
Westbrooki Country Club follow-
ing the ceremony.
* *
David Gill
Bar Mitzvah ol David, sou of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gill, will be
celebrated on Saturday morning,
Dee 15, at Temple Kmanu-El. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
\n eighth grade student at Ida 1
M. Fisher Junior High. David is
interested in art, sports and danc-
ing.
A reception in his honor will be
-i 011 S| was the
presented to one \
which allowed its ima
rein, as it drew the lol
- hi.elusion.-:
re i- no question thai man
1 trj to explore space and
ich the moon and other plan
exploration into unknown
Pharmacists Hear
Clinic Chief
Principal speaker at the Phar
tii .1! \--:i. mi eting hel Dec
1 al the Duponl Plaza Hotel was
Dr, Louis N Gould, chiel of the
I H) gicne Clinic at the V A.
Hospit il in Coral Gabli s.
Miss Mari in Hem luca
tional r oi the Mental
1 ssed tli"
: Pharmaceuti-
ans to par-
. H Fail
I May 1
Senior C?fizer?s
Program Set
Vnne Fi
meet 1
ai pai Cafeterit 155 Cora!
Ira S..... '" '"' "f ,,u'
. pn gram al the
er Miami Jev ish Community
Center, will speak.
Program will also include a
choral group and folk dance pres-
entation.
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Selina Decky
Selina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Decky, will be Bas Mitzvah
during services conducted by Dr.
Irving Lehrman at Temple Etnanu
E! on Saturday morning. Dec. 15.
A student at Ida M. Fisher Jun-
ior High, Selina has appeared in
several shows presented by Ruth
Foreman.
She will be honored al Kiddush
in her h ime following the cere-
I that evenl z at a recept-
ion in the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Henry Denison
Saturday mon -. Dee.
15, al Temple Beth Sholom, will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Henry
Denison, with Rabbi Leon Kronish.
officiating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L.
Denison, the celebrant is a stu-
dent in the confirmation class oE
S724.
* *
Michael Yunes
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Michael
Yunes during Saturday morning
services, Dec, 15, at Temp!.;
Km a nu El.
Michael i- an eighth grade stu-
dent al Nautilus Junior Huh. plays
clarinet in the school hand, and is
,1 ten sted in golf.
Mr. and Mrs. Raphael K. Yum i
v ill Ii mor their son at a r 1 eptii .
i:; their hi me in the evening.
Testimonta! W!!! Honor Pallet
A testimonial luncheon honoring
E. Albert Pallot will be hel 1 Fri-
day noon at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel, it was announced this week
by the City of Miami Beautifica-
tion Committee.
The community-wide event,
which is open to the public, will
pay tribute to Pallot's leadership
as chairman of the committee for
three years, from 1939 to 19G2.
Pallot will be accorded spi
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Ufa* I <#? ftorktiaHn
Friday, December 14. 1962
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
NIGHT AND DAY: of U)<
ny Bennett ill appear on coi Lead
. ,1.!
and & 25-piece on i a ol

I spitted quite a few celebrities twitting end viewing tho hit
evue, "Craiy Croies," at the Peppermint Lounge: amocvj them re-
rord'nj head'ircr Adam Wade, and Secretaries ot State Jose.oh Bur-
: ette, o; Virginia, and Tom Adams, of Florida.
of Patsy Abbott
elj
ks wise with '
sho\ ol the club ol Ihe same name
i '... scintillating original
years.
* -fc *
ON THE SCREEN: "Th i ngesl Day*' continues its reserved seal
le Lincoln Theatre, with eveninj perforn 8:30
:>. and matineet added al 2:30 on Wednesday, Saturday, Sui
:ui ft This is Darryl Zanuck'i crowning glorj as director and
roducer one ot the greatest war fUms ever screened
Mutiny on the Bounty, the spectacular ol the South Seas, will
ve its southern premiere under the sponaorship ol Southeastern
Women's American okt on Thursday, Dec. 20. at the Sheridan. The
larion Brando-suiter will t>e on a reserved seal policy.
There's a highly rated foreign film at the Mayfair and Sunset,
Girl with the Golden Eyes," from a Balzac novel, concerning a
romance of a fashion photographer and a model, who won't reveal
ner name. "What Happened to Baby Jane?" moves into the Nor-
nandie, starring Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, in the suspense
?hriller.
Maxine Braiuleis. who -tarred recently in Acorn Civic Theatre's
waging of "Monique," is the talented daughter ol Naomi Brandeis,
sery-kindergarten supervisor ot Temple Emanu-EI religious school.
The junior set will have n grand time viewing Ruth Foreman's
trsioii of --The Nutcracker," a Pied Piper production at Studio M
[hi Schedule thereafter is Saturda) and Sunday matii
ith da ly matinee throughout the holidaj season.
* *
hotel lobbying: Two ex-Brooklynitei got together again at the
aeerM and had plenty to talk about. They were Chuck Conn
ol TVs 'Rifleman," and Mac Kinsbaoner, associate of the Lu-
I ck and Mac played professional basketball ti the
the Wilmington Bombers
at Rill Collins, the pro at Doral Country club. Qni
iral Gal les PGA I r m a "' Ihe v aj.
; : i ip in the s5u.ooo Doral Open on bis
n March.
Jack Schwa rz, formerly affiliated with the Astor and George
Washington Hotels, now managing the London Arms, that boasts
a fine kosher dining room.
- eliej Berman, riding high due to hit TV spectacular and other
ilicity, will headline at the Diploma! with Joannie Sommers,
artii Dec 26. Jack Leo* i the ale Cristal then on Dec. 18.
Kiekle.-. one of my favorite funnymen, will be back at the
I eauville this winter, for a long staj
Heisa or Lester Siege! will be happy to give you any informs-
emii the gala New Year's Eve celebration thej arc arranf
ig in the smart Crystal Room of the Lombard* Hotel. The big evenl
to the public and they are now accepting reservations. Full
now included.
* *
SPORTS SCENE: Tin extra 10th race at Tropical Park on Wid
has proved a boon to the tote handle. Seems the
.a,. ell as the feature races money wisebecause
veryi ne wants to get even.
As the season progresses St Dania Jai-Aiai Palace, champions
'.'. \ and Rato will go after their second straight International World
ad \ie\ will team with Juanito in trying for a third
Muecutive Diamond Double.- Stakes
Duke Jordan says it's troo and you can believe him. Sonda,
the 20th All-Florida greyhound champion, set for the final bracket
ot the Irish-American Derby Saturday at Biscayne dog track, is a
real bottle baby.
The lean canine's mother dud at birth, and Mrs John Prevatt.
of the racer's owner, took over the nursing chcres with a medi-
ine dnpper. followed by bottle feedings. Sonda has turned out best
f eight brothers and sisters Tender, lovin' care did it. indeed.
* *
ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: Chuck Connors, of Rifleman, on
TV, ne< ded a rifle styled after r omc public:; -ere. No. he didn't get it at a gunsmith hut al
he Bonfire Restaurant shiih ha> the largest collection of old western
nrearms in the state.
Remember when the original Victor Bidone's was the talk of the
own. located behind Cops City" All the stars who played there then:
Powell. Sammy Davis. Danny Thomas, etc used to run to Vic
spot between >hows and rave about the Italian delicacies. Now
he same Bidone is located on Bay Harbor Island, turning out the same
ielectable dishes. He call? I ..rant De Continental, and he's
then to greet you nightly with Mrs. B.
They've been getting bigger crowds each night at Westbrooke
Country Club's plush Golden Key. It's open to the public for dancing
and lato suppers on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Dinner is
served from 5:30 to 9; dancing and supper from to 1.
The Golden Key Trioa fast paced groupkeeps it a "dancing
crowd" in the walnut and crystal room. By the way, if you have any
W gold keys aroundwhy not drop them off at the Golden Key, where
-all is lined with uniquely shaped k >
Ed Fuliord has seen a heap of living and in his 30 years
?s head gardner on the Glenn Cur- to propeity. now the Miami
Springs Villas.
Meyer A. Baskin (standing far right*, president
ol the locol Technicn chapter for eight years,
was recipient of on illuminated scroll from Is-
rael for his "devotion ana leadership in behalf
of advanced learning.'' He is shown with
some of the notables attending the annual
banquet of the South Florida chapter of the
American Technion Society at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Jack
New Wcmetco
Theatre to Open
Wometco's neu Palm Springs
Theatre will open at non on Fri- 1
day. The opening attraction will
be the neu Jerrj Lewis picture,
"It's only atone} ."
The 1.200-seal hou i is located in
the Palm Springs Shopping Center,
Red Rd at 49th St., tfialeah, and
will l>e under th meni of
Del L rl> ol the !
Theatre.
Rifkin, founder; Curl Alpert. assistant to Gen.
Yaacov Doii, president of Technion Univer-
sity: Mrs. Lcuis Glasser, local president; and
Al Sherman, banquet choumen. Standing
(left to right' are Leo Rutstein, executive direc-
tor cf the Southeast Region; Zeev Dover, Israel
Counsul; Gabriel Heatter; and Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. a nctional board membei of Technio:..
The theatre, designed by A.
Herbert Mathes, architect, was
created as a pilot model speci-
fically intended for placement in
shopping centers. Theatre con-
struction was under the super-
vision of Harvey Fleischir.an, vice
president of Womatco.
The theatre auditorium .
scheme i> monochromatic in t<
Of gold. The I -o is war.
furnish in rocking chair seats
theatre is serviced bj live 1
plcte ami independent air-coi
Honing systems, thus
complete and even cooling in all
areas. The attraction sign i~ the
largest changeable letter thi
attraction dispU) ever fabric!
covering almost 1.008 sq. n a
:ig to Wometco officials
Making final arrangements for a benefit performance of "Jum-
bo" on Tuesday 1 Dec 25, at the' Roosevelt Thect:
with proceeds scheduled for the Harry Anna Crippled Chi',
dren's Home are m< ml era of the executive committee of Mi-
ch Elks Lodge 1601 and Martin Caplun ^standing left
cf the Roosevelt. Seated are Joe Malek, exalted ruler, and
Larry Taylor. Standing (left to right' are Caplun Judge V
ton Felier, Phil Konove. Saul Jarrett, Hcaold Rosen. Fred Hey-
mon. Ha! Hertz, and Lee Gour
Beth David Seminar Sunday
Final lecture this weekend ot
the firsl semester ol the Beth Dav-
id Sonda) morning adult seminars
will feature l>r. Joseph Hurwiti
in a discussion of "Bthics of
JudaismThe .hide. Christian Tra-
dition." The seminar meets at 11
a.m. Dr. Hurwiti is member ol
the faculty at the Universit) ol
Miami.
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Friday. December 14. 1962
Tcp Neurologist
Passes Away. 76
TORS ITA) Dr. is-
Wechsler, emim nl -.
wish neural i .1 1
d deputy 1 Nairn
ird ul governors of the He-
L'niversity ol Jerusalem, died
- xeek. lie u;is 76
nati mall) recognised ;i-
the loremosl physicians and
1- in his Held, Dr. Wi h
ved as president of Hie
n Ni tiro logical Assn., an I
li 1 ol the New Vork Neu-
Society. Hi also served
rman of 1 *!* section of Neu-
.mil Psychiatry of tin Ni
\ Academy of Medicine
. devoted to thr develop-
: 1 he Hebrew University of
lem, Dr. Wechsler was for
years the moving .-pun of
in man friends >f the He-
brew 1 Diversity, lie dedicated
: tn the creation of a greal
Universit) movement in
mtry and marshalled both
tual leadership and com.
support in this effort,
as president ol the Amen
1 nds .if the Hebrew Untver-
: ir many years, and served as
ry president at the time ol
ing Dr. Wechsler v\.i> also
:.( pioneers ol the Amen-
* *'**># ItrriMKfafi
can Jewish Physicians' Cenrmrtl
which was founded in 1921, and
hii li :- edicati I 10 the 1 p
il ol the Hebrew Unr
Hadassah Mi lical Sch
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Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to alL
Oscar Lekhuk
Deed at 68
at
* Lelcmik, well-known in
Jewish communit> affair
,! Sati rday Dec. B, al the
I 88 Mr. Lclchuk lived al
' E I2h St.. No Miami.
' uth Florida resident for the
- cars, he was .. reaU an
ii -in a; ce broker.
Mr. Lelchuk belonged to fta
Ziorift Organization of America.
Temple Mc.iorah, the Eiks, n:
B'nai B'rilh.
His wife, the late Lucille Lel-
chuk. died on Jun< 26 Survivors
include three sons, Jerome, Bay
Harbor Islands; and Herbert and
Sheldon. Miami; two sisters, Mrs
(Catherine Brinkman and Mrs, Sar-
ah Slavny. of Wisconsin; and five
grandchildren.
Services were Tuesday al River-
side, Normandy Isle, with burial in
Lakeside Memorial Park,
Page 15-5
Monifc.y Forum
At Beth Torah
Starting this Pridaj and contl
n the Firsl Friday of every
month, Beth Torah Congregate
v,ill hold a monthly forum in tlta
social hall following service-.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will ho.-t
a question and answr period o'.
topics relating to Judaism, reli
B'on. and Jewish current event-
Questions may be submitted in ad-
vance.
Program will also include a mei
ley ol Sabbath songs presented I
Ben Yomen and the Friday evenn ,
choir, which he directs.
"Hand in Hand" stars John Gregson, Sybil Thorndike, Finlay
Currie, and introduces Loreita Parry and Philip Needs. The
story about two 8-year-o!d friends, one Jewish and the other
Roman Catholic, will opon at Wometco's Mavfair and Sunset
Art Theatres on Wednesdcy, Dec. 19.


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Town Hall Forum
Eyes Peace
"Can We Afford the Price I [
Peace?" was the topic for di--
CUSSlon at the People Speak, Tow I
Hall Forum, on Friday evening f.
Washington Federal Savings an I
Loan Assn., 1234 Washington Ave.
Principal speaker was Dr. J.
Hen Stalvey, of the University Miami Department of Goveri..
ment; Henry E. Coleman, corn*
mander of Miami Beach Post 85,
American Legion; and Dr. Jamn
T. Tedeschie, of the University i:
Miami Department of Psychology
Moderator was (liaim Rose,
and a question and answer pern i
followed the talks.
Members of the 1963 Temple Ner Tamid con-
ceit committee meet. Standing (left to right
top row1 are Dan Piver, program coordinator;
and Adoloh Greenbaum. stage director. Mid-
dle row (left tc right} are Joseph Kahn. ticket
committee; Joseph Silverman, head of usher
committee; Samuel L. Greenfield, ticket com-
mittee," Louis Hoberman. publicity chairman;
Chc.r'.es S. Abramson. print'nq committee;
Louis J. Goid. ticket committee; and Col. Wil-
liam J. Harris, finance committee. Seated
(left to right) are Joseph Schreibman, Temple
chcir; Albert V. Rosenberg, ticket committee;
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader; Ir-
vine C. Spear, concert chairman; Murray
Shaw, congregation president; Paul Press,
usher committee; and Mrs. Louis Gold, ticket
chairman. Fourth annual concert of Temple
Ner Tamid will be held Jan. 19.
Trip to Nassau For Budget Fare
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The arrival ol the brand new
B ihamas, l 700 pass-
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Folk ScSoo! Oneg Shabbat
D.i\ id I ski i
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proci i n
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Bible Study Series
Firsl in i
B| onsored by the Brandeif G
it Hadass h will be an
Oneg S
home "i Vlr S I B

the studj
Semocrctic Club Election
will meet ul Wi
[sic Hot< I W 113 Gl
! thai election ol ul!1
be held.
rrng hours planning feature at-
ms foi the tourisl ol Smith
I li rida
\- a n 'i \ : program,
can now enjo> a
rip to v- au "for well within
odj '"ul ;et," he saj s.
- commenl with the
that "the s2i.u.~>
rip transportation, altl
i of h itel accommoda-
. d o i. permits a jrea!
-. ilitj ior those i lai ning a va-
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Friday, December 14, 1962 vJcMtti Fk-rrrffam Page 9-A 5th Anniversary UJA Meet Sets 96 Million Goal Continued from Page 1-A Cc:n:Tioral activities in eonlieii with the UJ^'s ?5th an • %  > • will be directed by a ,< Lommunity activities com%  ;' which William Rosenv.ald Is chairman. i ii H >. i s p er said: Wc v be world I m ;> h is c did not ,.! .1 .! <'\ T Lid I I %  I plac to jo. We have :i well-traine I, con community in the I %  % %  We are nol unpn pared %  '< Jev. -ii problems all over II (I. ()I;I AniiTu an Jewish initj is nut an escapist com. They have a binding sense ivalty. Our young people are becoming more closely associated H.IT day with the Jewish community." resting more than 2.000 dele Igates and guests at the IMA ban(|iut Sunday night, former Presi|di Harry s. Truman expressed %  admiration for "the patience and [restraint" of Israel's diplomatic %  corps who, he said, "year in and Jji (Hit have been subjected at [Hi' I'nitcd Nations and other pub|l.i' forums to a barrage of abuse on the part of representatives of Iael's neighbors." Israel has more than lived up I' thi hopes of all who helped to I h i her into the family of naMr. Truman said. "She has e a fortress of democracy ;n • of the world w I; e re t h e I '.itic tradition has no! yel root. She has foughl a val. '• against the ravagi ol She has extended a help hand to other underdeveloped tries. She has b' co ne : %  lei ol learning and culture And uve all, she has joined you in monumental effort in the ab rption of more than a million Jews who in Israel have found new fe and new hope." rhe UJA took the occasion <>f v -'-' Truma \ particii ation in its n liversarj observance to b ward i i him, in n 'ton i hit 'manj great ai % %  ;i ish p i rid compa sion" 'i i i ol the I ..li 11 the sun I "i Nazi tyrann; Silver licks rouj hi in Isrj I n -. nti : to h m bj tfurra; revter, a twici n ol r an v. ar, who •rated Ni % %  i amp, v the I tcs in %  '•' • a 'I re< nve i lr. Trim %  %  %  • • the i of 100.00G lisplai i d faiths In another ceremony, a gold medallion, especially struck by the State of Israel, went to Mr. Lehman in "grateful recognition and appreciation" of his "unir.terrupted leadership of the United Jewish Appeal" since its founding nearly a quarter of a cenfvry ago. Mr. Lehman, in accepting the award, said: "Ours is a story of the triumph of life over death, of good over evil; of compassion over brutality; of freedom over slavery; of decency ever the laws of the jungle; of humanity over inhumanity." Edward M. M. Warburg told the I gathering that the purpose of the anniversary banquet and ol the projected year-long observance of the L'JA's record was not io best! upon ourselves a public praise. Ii is not enough to mourn our dead unless wc swear that i (hers v* ill not die because ni am NO MINORS t/SthSt. Scpl.28-.laii. 12 Cantor to be Heard R hard II. Brown will discu • Jewish music and • .. : th< Ch. • %  er, American Jewish Con-; 5s meeting nexl Wednesday noon at the Masonic Temple in Coral Gables, Mrs. Sam Penchansky, president, •!! conduct the Hireling. Airs. Louis Gold is program < bairman. A NEW CONCEPT IN MUSICAL REVUES! 'CRAZY WORLD'S GREATEST RECORDING BANDS! THE 7 WENDS B. 6. RAMBLERS Mtitj rrtt Partial UN INM Sr.M. TIU I A.M.' CASOM.ATTIH mmss iS5'l7*jr>. Cpt r !" SSSfS iMOOSt BROS RV£ **" • la the wr.' Mtmbtft Fedeiol Icscivt System... federal Df pout InibiOiKt r Corporolion CONVENIENT LOCATION? Right in the Heart of DOWNTOWN MIAMI letropolitan iank OF MIAMI 117 NE. FIRST AVENUE FR 1-9641 Ready access to any department or any officer; v j H V pp,| no unnecessary waiting ... c aa ; rmn Free parking,too. „| th? Board tl e lea undon I e Meyi ,.i %  in h.. opening re as the banquet's presiding '"•' ""• in, reviewed the UJA's principal achievements since its is hmenl in 1939, emj h isizing • • %  %  the UJA has %  aid to 3,: vorld over, in • % %  lemenl ol 1.200 %  I 'Hi .h acut? J %  %  h prol: ms I pr a'.l in Ei rope a td I h I : .' %  its a • %  iust ir ir all 'i ial xti a rdir.a w ay i llsrbcrl A f r a lan, UJA v i i tive vice < hairmai, stressed '" %  lajor role that Hie U lited %  Jewish Appeal has come to assume n the community since its formation. He declared that, since its ncept'on, UJA has served as the "great unifier" in the American Jewish community. •What the I'JA has done," Rabbi Friedman laid, "has been to create one great nice for American Jewry on problems of overseas aid. Additionally, ; has been the standard-setter ir mutters of giving, n has educated people everywhere to new con j cipts of responsibility toward bose they must help." Mcshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, addressing the delegates, said that, thanks to the help given by American Jews HirOt'.lh the United Jewish Appeal, and to the State of Israel's irrevocable commitment to welcome any Jew who wishes to come to it, more than 1,000,OCO Jews have Hew Bark Opens Here Latest banking facility chartered hj the Federal Government ithe County National Bank i I North Miami Beach whic*i opened itdoors November 27 ai temporiry quarters at 171 NE 167th St V e r in a n e n t [headquaters arc already u n il e r !onstructi( n a t t ii e northwesl i c o i n e r of \ K i67th St., and 8th \vc. The h a n k i'c a pit a lized at M4V8E? 0.000, with a surplus of It 1 in undn ded profits making a total ition of $96 i, %  i. unced that th Dr. J. J. l nej. assis oi ol : i ••!, mbers ; %  '%  Dr. 1 %  Carney, : r D. Coe. ex< utii of! L. Cum i %  >.'.. ex 'cu ive; I I M. Di imond pres net • I Fisher, builder a Howard adver isi i xecutive and Surfside CouncilM Iton Mamber, Mil mi Beach %  er Alvin L, S i< ag< insurce executive bean brought to Israel to begin new lives since the State's establishment In 1948. "But man) more tens ol thousands v t ni"; to come," Mr. Sharett told the meeting, "and %  • c b en Israel in rec T.I i umb n all during the past ar i II ti sii ns and unrest that lom nate the life < %  our times afect \ ::ii tragic impact the no i ion oi .. inj Jew i h communities. 1 will take ?reat nds and unrelenting vigilance and perseverance, to save them." Aryeh L Pincus, treasurer of the Jewish Agency fcr Israel, stressed that the year 1963 promises to l>e the third year in succession that Israel will experience a tar above normal immigration. "The tens ol thousands who entered Israel iii the past two years have already imposed an almost impos sible burden on Israel's people, particularly with the mod to com* plcte their absorption," he said. 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'Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEIKLY Voiume 35 — Number 50 Miami, Florida. Friday. December 14, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* 19 Lands Support Direct Israel-Arab Talks NAZI AIDES CRY 'NAZI!' Camay Hits Back At Arab Anti-Semitism NlTBD NATIONS — (J1A — Israel hit back this week ;it its .. lumira'ors who. in 15 speeches in six day-, have tried to batter lsra< ith charges of aggression against Arabs and with Hitlerian atlacki which eiuulcd Jews, Israel and Zioni-m with Nazism and Fas The Israeli arswer came in an address b> Ambassador Michael S. Comay. Israel's permanent representative, before the General Assembly's 110-member Special Polit'cal Committee, which is debating the Arab refugee problem. The committee had suspended a scheduled session to give Comay the opportunity of preparing a full answer to the anti-Semitic attacks by the Arab-. Comay asserted that the "central them*" of the Arab attacks was that Israel, "a member of this organization for 14 years, has no right to exist and should be destroyed. The central demand is that the United Nations should cooperate in this enterprise. If such doctrines can be preached with impunity from Hie very rostrum of the United Nations, then the Charter of We United Nations has become meaningless." He then recalled the various Arab aggressions, committed openly, at times boastingly, with "no-—tice" to the United Nations that CommaBlty level and that such par, ne Arabs intended to destroy Is %  o uld a\"id acting on their rilt ,| contrary to warnings by the '. protestto school officials. \jn itself. A pical example was in Mil WII*H. where the Milwaukee Jewis* Council declared that such practices had become more freejuen* in recent years, with the influn of Jewish families during the past decade into predominantly Christian suburban areas heig,*ning "bena fide differ cert of opinion that exist on this delict** issue." Ih* i ouneil -aid that sectarian i hristi as observances In public Continued on Page 6-A Chanuka, Yule Celebrations Studied Again NEW YORK — (JTA) — The anil struggle over religious holiday '•• ebrations in the public schools during the Yule-Chanuka season as ushered in again this week with admonitions t< Jewish parcr.' bj .1 h communit) rein tions .•>; mlieaaj throughout the coun%  Thi •:.it %  :-"reaffirmed the ental • msiton of the ageneitl • hristmas or Chafestivities in public schools ..o breach of 'he church state r.-.'ion d Coupled with thireaffirmation were warnings to Jewish parents that the issue was a lickM-' one at the loe:' ( UN Resolution is Parallel Of Similar Effort Last Year; U.S. Stand Not Yet Known GIDEON HAUSNft .. differences revealed UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — A resolution calling upon the Arab states and Israel ""to undertake di-ect negotiations"' for the settlenent of all their disputes "partimlarly the question of the Arab refugees" was introduced here Monday by 19 members of the United Nations. The resolution was presented to States opposed it. This time, however, there are three European co-sponsors, Iceland and Luxembourg having added their names to The Netherlands, which had been a co-sponsor last year and is co-sponsor again now. The resolution, after taking note ol the annual report of the United •nted to Nations ReUef and Works Agency the General Assembly s Special Palt! ,, ine Retugees. filed here IN TIFF WITH JOSEPH Hausner Quits Att Gen. Post e Retugees Political Committee which, for two btf(jre ^ game commiltee by Dr weeks, has been presumably dis John „ D;n ls Comm is>ioner-Gencusfing the Arab refugee question. era o[ lNRWA Btate8 Actuallv, the full two weeks have l:een devoted only to violent anti"Recognizing that the estabIsrael attacks by the Arab states lishmenl of peaceful rela JRKUSA1.EM (JTA i The resignation of Attornej General Gideon Hausner over differeces between himself and Justice Mhileter Dov Joseph became final this week when Mr. Hausner decline I a request by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion that he reconsider his decision t" Quit. Mr. Hausner will remain in office until Mr. Joseph returns from Tanganyika, where he is representing the Israel Government in that country's independence celebrations. Pinchas Rosen, former Justice Minister and Liberal Partv leader. which, however, have been answer1 ed sharply by Israel. The resolution follows in effect the lir.es laid down in a similar draft co-sponsored last year by 16 members, most of them Africans, which had been defeated largely because the United tween the Arab states and Israel j would do much to facilitate a solu, tion of the problem of the Arab refugees; recalling that, under the Charter, it is the fundamental duty !of all State members of the United Nations to endeavor to settle Continued on Page 8-A '••u!' fh hie r,.nnrrt he .-nntm.ied Mkd for a debate on the matter | n a four-to-one ruling, the application of a Polish-born J •With this record, he continued. jn ^ ^^ ^^ Parlia 0 Ca no|iclsm who app i ied for i srae l Jewish citizenship. Supreme Court Rejects Bid By Convert for Citizenship JURE PATH TO SALVATION PAGI 5-A WHO /$ A ItW? PA6f 6-A JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israel Supreme Court has rejected, in a four-to-one ruling, the application of a Polish-born Jewish convert Continued on Page 5-A nient. UJA Sets 96 Million GoalThird Term for Meyerhoff josfpn mtruHOff remains en jafc NEW YORK—(JTA)—The United Jewish Appeal 25th annual national conference concluded its three lav sessions here with unanimous adoption of a S96.000.000 goal for aid to Jews in 28 countries during 1963. Joseph Meyerhoff. of Haiti more, was reeleeted to a third sue cessive term as UJA general chair man. Adopti< n by the delegates of the SP6.000.0CO goal called for the rais• o 0 | 180.000.000 through the UJA'S traditional campaign effort and s36.ooo.ooo through a supplenentary UJA Special Fund. The Utter was established -to ensure the ready availability of a large extra source of aid with which to meet and overcome developing resettlement and absorption emergencies in Israel, stemming from in over normal ongoing immigra ion and to cope with acute social welfare needs in France, resul.mg •rom a recent influx of 160.000 Jewish refugees from Algeria. Tu nisia and other countries." The final session ushered in a year-ten. observance of UJA'. 25th anniversary, which wi'l be marked by more than 3,000 Jewish communities across the country in connection with their 1963 drives. The observances will be under the guidance of a 25th anniversary committee headed by former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, of New York, and Meyerhoff, serving as the committee's honorary general chairman and chairman, respectiveContinued on Page 9-A The peititorer was Oswald RuLeisen, who became a Carmelite; monk in Poland as Brother Daniel, [ htnd who emigrated to Israel. He now lives in a monastery in Haifa. | I He applied for citizenship under j %  the Law of Return, which permits any Jew to become a citizen of Israel. The justices drew on Jewish religious law, Israeli law, Jewish history ar.d Zionist principles to support their reasoning. Justice Moshe Silberg, president of Rabbis Approve Court's Decision NEW YORK (JTA) The decision of Israels Supreme Court rejecting the application for Israeli Jewish citizenship by a Jew1 ish convert to Catholicism was aprice moane • %  > VJ *%  %  — -1311 (.-unt^u 1^ ^... -the Court, spoke for the majorprovC d by the Synagogue Council ity. He held that a convert was of A mcrica. which represents the not a Jew under the Law of ReR C torm. Conservative and Orthoturn, and contended that this (iox groups in this country, as well view was not a theocratic apas bv the Union of American Heproach. 'brew Congregations and other reli. 1 ..„ gicus spokesmen. 1I said that, under Jewish re* hgious law. a convert to another Continued on Page 2-A Rabbi Julius Mark, president of Continued on Page 12-A Knesset Refuses Spy Case Inquiry JERUSALEM iJTA) Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion led a successful fight in Israel's Parliament this week to defeat bids for an official inquiry into the case of. Dr. Israel Beer, now serving a prison sentence of 15 years for espionage. The Prime Minister took the tloor twice. He first argued against a Herul proposal for an immediately inquiry into the case, and then opposed a Mapam com promise proposal to refer the Herut motion to committee. The vote was 42 to 40 Herut leader Menachen Beigin said in introducing his motion, that' the Supreme Court which upheld Beer's conviction had described him as a person who had the trust of all the Israelis who had military and security secrets. Mr. Beigin said that, when Beer had been warned to desist from contacts with a "certain foreign agents," he continued to do so. The Herut leader said it was evident that Beer continued to have Continued on Page 7-A



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Friday, December 14, 1962 Jmlsfi fhmSdlfon Page 7-B Series Begins Friday Forum \ Liebowitz, Mr. and Mrs. II. Lubiu, Mr. and Mrs, D. Orsstein, Mr. hments I leader, Rabbi Dr Isaac 1 ver ihe fir I ui u nilitj." d Mrs. : n, Mr nd %  • and % %  '. i Legislators Dae At Donio Meethg f the annual !>> the Miami I Mrs. ng w ith • Ben Cohen p.-e-ei d ifl (ourti i i .a \ir |o i rrj '' M Lapidus and Rosi ir thai Dr and Mrs tti I %  e P mp ',n oi : .• ••. Roc was ihv itre-li i >und. Officers and directors to be installed arc Max J. Aftachincr for third term as president; Peter F. Heller. Hyman Lieberman. vice presidents; David Hubsch. financial secretary; Ruth Schwartzberg, recording secretary; Joseph Rieger. treasurer; Ben Resnikoff. sergeant-at-arms. Directors are Mrs. Harry Miller, Max D. Goldhagen, Sam Aines, Mrs Harrj Goldstein, Louis Storch, Mmns Rose, Max Zimmerman, nd Mrs, Harry Mintzes. The club sponsors a blood bank importsick visitation committee, and proto the lie ilv. guest speaker. Milt youth coordinator. I Dietary towi Strictly ObierverJ CONSTANT RAHINICAL SUPIRVISIOM MASHGIACH ON PREMISES On Ihe Ocean al 67ih 81 Miami Beach Call: UN 6-0121 pc-rb opi %  i i • month. tnothi • dim -ii the i ept "i architeel .Morn-Lapigreal Anna Mol be given >. th< on provided a i>rn Jan 21 a 26 setting for the opera artists ., mi Lin 23, in the ang throughout thi evening Miami Bea h Audit And for the glamon us Irma Gtnzal as But•it. MrEmil Morton, Mrs U-rfl> w I! be h lei Schlapik, Mrs. Leonard Jac u| i or Feb. al Dade n .i: David Hochberg, C unty, and Fi b !l B< ach %  • tiding with then husbands, I # %  contributed her own chic and -. U> Ihe occasion mittee members in fashionball gowns, and accompanied I their ipousei included Mrs. de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs Leo nee S • d Mrs Leonard Frie Hand, act : % %  % %  i 'up sharing %  table. 1 -id Mrs Irving Lehrman, Mr MiSam Upton, the Leo Rob. II %  i-. Judge and Mrs. Irving Cj and the Sam Blanks ping bj to chat through the nd Mrs. Berl Scl Emma Lazarus Chanuka Fete .., | -..riiChapter of B i ai Women will have a regular : Tuesday, 8 p.m., at i .ii Ji in -on's Restaurant, Bii .i. Bl< and 11th St. iwii g the business agenda, icted t Mr-. Adele Baum, dent, there will be a Chanuka 1 tuirman for the afternoon i MrIrving Herbert. — Isabel e Grove OMIXi:.\TAL DINING ROOM Miami'! Only "Shorner Shabboe" -,:•: RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD., Miami 226-1744 I 'CONTINENTAL^ CATERERS % vo. %  LOMBAROY HOTEL %  ~"Xi\V 'ELEPHONE 2:0 '744 \o\\ BPEN TO rm: PUBLIC UNDtR MANAGEMENT of SAND-ELL STRICTLY KOSHER CATERERS (Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision) WE ALSO CATER AT THE PLACE OF YOUR CHOICE • Bar Mitzvatu • Weddings • All Social Functions Nrw A"-frTiN5 PS5VAT/0NS FOR A GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE CEIEBRATION IN OUR BEAUT/EUl CRTSTAl ROOM Call SOL WEISS or LESTER SIEGEL UN 67761 UN 6-6226 Wl 5-4084 UN 6-5 JACK SCHWA9Z, w the ASTOR .rd GEO. 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F • Chaise loenj;, ... ..,-.. ........ j ,„ R lack Rr-cm • Iree :,-lf f-j.lunt J,oiis Held • E Wiener Roast: • Mavics • Cants • rnte. ismni r.i C Mightly • r. %  'i C. .er Features CALL During Holidays Children's Day Camp. Abe Gefter N• •,ht Patrol & Tetn-Age Activities. IF %  — Reiioioiib Services Only. Mashgiach on Premises. Gala Complimentary N.-w Year'a Ev< Part) orchestra Shew. Banquet o rr r. CtNTRAUY HEATED-& AIR COND. Ilnd. Conl .)• • BRIVJUThe Royal Hungarian -rs Restaurant 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Serving Delicious Food As Always STAR fVAH RESTAURANT tOth GRANB BE0PENMNG • SUNDAY, DEC. 16th, 4 P.M. FEATURING ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGEL 841 WASHINGTON AVE. same management JE 1-9182 KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671 REOPENING FRIDAY. DEC. 21 • KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN COMPLIMENTARY BEER & WINE SERVED WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT ^^^^ CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor Original lloiimans Cateterim SERVING THE FINEST IN BREAKFAST LUNCH & DINNER OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JE 1-0357 JE 19385 SAM'S ISr|4'iaBii£ Doc 21 at the PARK CENTRAL DINING ROOM JtWISH-AMtRKAN STTU COCKING 640 OCEAN DRIVE JE 8-1611 SUNDAY HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT %  ** KOSNEI CATERERS 1£B7 J from IIOM d'oeuvrei Io a complete burfof 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the Supervision of the U.K.A. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS 133



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Page 8-B vJmist fkrid&r Friday, December 14. 1962 CfRffr IOU ./OMAN OF THE WEEK Gerry L"u"> big i even bigger when shi the young she had Just met at a wcddng announce over the loud speaker hat he wanted to introduce the girl he WSJ going to marry She real.zed that he meant her eerj i rn self. It was y< and "no" tor six _nd then Gerry Lou Ko-e became Mrs. Benedict (Buster) Sil>erman. Everyone said they were meant ff.r each other, er.j ;•.: til of the same things, even to driving in a convertible with the top down in the pelting rain. Gerry Lou is a Miami Beach "Sabra." She went right through Central Beach, the.-, Miami Beach High School. From there, she attended Syracuse, where she excelled in radio and dramatics, graduating as -poet laureate" of her cla-Interested in business with her husband, she admired the way men conducted their attain, but that didn't keep her from participate? in PTA. do:: j t the %  Hospital, teaching Up-reading at the Hard ot Hearing Society, and working for the CJA. I -h her two children. .Jill and Johnny. and a commuting husband, Gerry Lou went to Columbia two summers, and received a Mash therapy Weeken Is, the whole family discovered New York and all of its charmAs one of the young matrons in r wh j community, she ha-learned to balance what she must • she wants to do, and what she should do so that there re no pressures. The children. 5 and 7. are just the age to enjoy the company of their enthusiastic mother She" and Buster spend a lot of time together, playing tennis, fol.wing the 'Gators, since l*'th are football far-, and antique-hunting, "hey al-o hunt for old cook books, which Gem Lou adore-, since -he a gourmet cook and willing to try any recipe. Both Silvermans are cave in politics, having taken part in President Kennedy and Sen. pepper's campaigns. Being a hostess al oneof the Inauguration Balls n Washington was part ol the excitement. In the future, they are planning when they all can get away for year to go to Itadcliffc, where Gerry Lou wants to study for a docMate. Right now. Gerry Lou '•ays she just wants to continue what -he's been doing—being busy being happily married SATURDAY NIGHT FUN Cocktails at the home of Marvis and David Schaecter on the Satrdav night of the Miami-Florida football game started off with a oang. The first hatch of guests listened to the game on radio and alead> had a head start on celebrating by the time the more ardent ootball fan., arrived after the game. Yellow, green and orange flours matched the decor of the living room The stereo was in excellent condition, and the company danced and danced. Among guests were Helene and Murray Lipinsky. Ellen and Bernard Mnndler. Naomi and larvin Zank. Rona and Sheldon Aberman. Mr and Mrs. Irving WexIT Dr and Mrs E. Blum. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey, and Mr. and .Irs. Hubert Lormg. Of course, the last to leave at three o'clock in he morning were the ones who had the furtherest to go—Burton and Joyce Goldber t c SAME NIGHT 3UT SAD It was just a good thing that Lewis and Marcia Kanner had uffet dinner before the Miami-Florida football game, not alter, beause it would have been a mighty dreary party All the Kannerand Dost A the guests lire ardent Florida fans. Lewis had decorated the ith Florida decorations, includin blue cn-pe streamers, Florida pennant— the workThe Kanners, Senior did heir share Marcella made the flower centerpieci for the table. Aaron nought an album of Florida ingi from Gainesville, an "Mil Kan ins Cora" did the cooking. Little two-year-old Ellen Kanner sang .11 the Florida songs. Among the forty guests wen Marcia and Staney E-otf, Ann and Gerald Lewis. Barbara and Marvin GUman, Natlie and Martin Segal, the Richard Kanners. and several couplefrom trlando and Clearwater. GLAD YOU'RE BETTER Natalie i Mrs. J. David I Liebman flies up to Jacksonville almost verj weekend to visit her folks. Dr. Morris and Eleanor Goodman. Eleanor and her sister. Elisabeth Neuwirth, were in a dreadful accilent. Eleanor is home now and doing nicely and her sister is expected 0 leave the hospital next week Remember Eleanor's dog, Cindy? %  ias cute as ever. BEAT HER CARD HOME A cute card from Lola Greenfield postmarked Portugal, telling .bout the fun they were having on theii cruise on the SS Atlanl -. %  •re the week after she did She was traveling with her mother Mrs harles Greenfield. TAKING TURNS Right now. Dr Shenpard Povlin came to fetch h:wife, Ma vho ivisiting her mother. Mrs. Sadie Kabn Next, Dr Judah Ci hn, -abbi of the Metropolitan Synagogue of Nev York, .ill com. They are taking turns so that their moih' r in'1 get a chance to be %  oo lonelv. Mrs Cahn's M Ml i. district Stttorm Nassau County in New York II" liv< B >ach with hiwife. • ne, and their threi MM • • • NO PLACE LIKE HOME SinceJune. Alyce and Leon Ell have been living out of their ritrtstl Alyce is glad to settle down at home for a change and send the laundry out. It was thfir-t time tnat the Ells had Eone clear across the Pacific in a ship. Their four months took them almost everywhere. Alyce says that they did their share of shopping — and sightseeing. Nathers Will Live in Miami Deborah Ray* Blumenthai and : rd lrwm Nathor "ed I Rabbi Max Shapiro at Beth Ktxtesh Coag on Dec 9 The bride wore a f r:of pure -.Ik bomatin*, tax detail Swiss I -<.d pearlI the fitted bodice and ft The scoop necklu.-ai came to a point in :h capped sleev< as worr. th^t ended in A coronet of S iridescentwas attached to a ; %  -;.k imported fingertip French illusii n bouffant veil. a mother of pearl Bible trim vv:th white orch; Maid of honor was Candy Blumi nthal, the brideei an bride group: -i-t, r Sara !. %  • N er. was in charge of the guest book. Serving the bridegroom abest man was hibrother. A • Ml "tier. and ushers were Barry Blun thai and Fddie Blumen !. bride's brother-. The bride is theda ight and Mrs. Milton Blumenthal. s\\ 22n ; St she is a u of Southwest Miami High, a member of the B'nai B'rith Girli tended the Universit) ol \i u The bridegroom on ol Mr and Mrs Sidnej Mather. 17621 NE 2nd Ct No. Miami B< (tended Syracuse I niversit). After a honeymoon on Miami i\ ach, the couple %  ill ami A MKS. SJVFORD NATMf* Tifereth Israel Latke Party T feii '• %  Israi Sisterl id will celebrate Chanuka with a latk-part) on Sunday, S p.m in the ial hall. is bazaar will I at a n lo I e held Monda) ev n Si terhood's bi monthly card par :vwill in the social hall p.m Critteaton Home Slated Vacation Program Set of Centers A [pedal vacation program has been arranged for thecoming wig. ter sch.,ol recess for boyand ( at review branches ot the Miami Jewish Commumtv Taking the form of a wuit camp, the program will sen children on th-' Assn on Saturday evei ins. at the Biscaynt Ii rrace (han man. Mrs. Norma Fox. announced thai the benefit will give support to the building fund for the Home. The institution for unwell mother, will be constructed in South Miami on a three acre site. A program highlight will be the appearance of the City of Miami Fire Department Glee Club. Arrangements committee includeMiSS Stella Shallack. MiRichard Marino, Mrs. Fay McKenzie and MrElaine Walker. Reviews Resume At Ner Tamid Rabbi Ei • ni I abovitz ill review "The Guns ol August," by Barbara \'. Tuchman, on Monda) Ner Tamid. Second in a -. ries sponsored by the 1 n ; Ii Sisl irhood. the review is scheduled tor 8 3D p.m. Mrs Ben l, Pabi > is > hairma i On Tuesday evening. Rabbi liar ol I Rii htt i of Dade Heights Con t. % % %  ill -p.ak on 'The ApI of Cbasidism." A Question and answer period will follow. No. Dade Chapter To See Review i Si Story," the r • the Monte Carlo on the lie... I aparity the evi thi N : : ter %  i National Chil ..: %  iai :ispit I ; he eai n for the fret nor. tal, wh ch hawon natioi dam: lor its f. er and hearl d %  children In charge of tickets an Ruth Kalzif and Mrs Dian • • BUY WOMETCO ** THRIF-TIK-IT BOOKS FROM TEMPLE ISRAEL FEDERATION OF TEMPLE YOUTH FOR CHANUKA GIFTS Contact DAVID GORFINE, UN 6-1975, For Books Tessa Dunn Will Be Sweet Sixteen Seventy-five teen-ager^ will !'• among the guests at the sweel part) ol Miss Tessa Dunn bostc by her parents. Mr. and Mr.-. Har old Dunsky, 18201 NE 10th Ave No Miami Beach. Festivities are scheduled f". •. II Friday at the Deauvillc Hotel ln-c k'keys and other Iocs celebrities are expected to attend Goldstein, Carmel Announcement is made this week of the engagement of Prances Goldstein, lti37 No. Bay Village. Treasure Dr.. tc. Jack Carmel, ?253 Keystone Blvd., Keystone I't Ardrr.ori MISS TISSA DUNH :BIRTHDAZE: First child, son Robert Warren, bom Nov. 27 to Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Kimhall Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Jerome Kimhall, ol Miami Beach, and Mrs Albert Edelman. ol Plttsbui zfa Pa, WIGS S f;cnprati*ssN la The MM* Making Business r.nr Tails • %  r.Mt • Wljl.'i Problem Pieces • Brioche High Fashion Hair Pieces *.t riyrrllr flfiw'si.ird. a**ii*a. ) %  • %  "' All Work Done In Cur Own Workshop 7437 COLLINS AVE. Pfc: UN 6-t22 Of UN 5-9157



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Page 10-A f.Umistn^ridliar Friday, Decemb er [i 1962 Hebrew Academy Sets Scholarship Banquet Here for Sunday Eve The larsest crowd in the history we expected i" attend the 15th an. ol the Hebrew Academy of Great nua | scholarship dinner on Sunday, r Miami, more than 1.000 persons. ( pm ;i t(u peauville Hotel, acJACK CANTO* WOlfll COHfN cording to B. l. Binder, dinner committee chairman. Business, civic, fraternal and religious leaderthroughout South Florida will pay tribute to the schools 15th anniversary and to Leonard Rosen, guest of honor, who is chairman of the board of directors of the Academy, representing "In tht 15 years of its existence, the Hebrew Academy has achieved recognition as one of the finest day schools in the country," Jack Cantor and Joseph Cohen, dinner co-chairmen, said. Trudy Gertler. a senior class student at Miami Beach High School, and 19B0 graduate of the Academy, will highlight the evening's agenda with dramatic interpretations. Invocation will be delivered by David Galbut. president oi the student body, and Michael Gewitl will recite the benediction. Greetings will be given bj Louis Merwitser, president of the Hebrew Aca emy, and Rabbi (layer AbramowitZ, spiritual leader of nple Menorah, will speak on behalf ol the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, w'll introduce Rosen as the guest of honor. K i Beth Israel Cantor Abraham Sen will present an after-dinner musical program, and Jacob Cohen, honorary vice preaidenl oi the Vcademy, will fay grace The dinner will benefit the MeI.:! .. icademj scholarship fund. \' Inch maintainmore than To per : ol the stu lenl body JOSfWf COHfN • '• %  "> BILINGUAL AND BI-CULTURAL PROGRAM toois mmmun Major Aims of a Top Notch Day School The HebKW Academy opened ] its doors in September. 19*52 in a new million dollar building with 360 students at 2400 Pine Tree Dr. The Academy, the only Hebrew day school in the southeastern region ot the lulled State-, operates a nursery, kindergarten and a complete elementar) and Junior High Department <>t the total student body, there are approxi mately 60 per cent boys and 10 per cent girls. The faculty cons ; sts of 20 English teachers and 15 Hebrew teachers, which includes a librarian, music teacher, speech therapist, and school psychologist. The school draws its student body from ever) lection of the Greater Miami area, includii ip from Brow ard County. West Miami. South Miami and North Miami Beach These studei i transported on a fleet of seven It iestimated that the cost per student iapproximate!) $S*KI per \. i which includes tuition, loucheand transportation. More than 75 per cent of the -Indentattending the Academy are the recipients of either a partial or full scholarship. It is the aim of the Academy to develop highly enlightened, informed and knowledgeable lay leadership orientated in both the sacrec and secular. The school's aim is to have its youth grow up w'th a love for Judaism and e'eep rooted loyalty to the American heritage. In 13 years of the Academyexistence, the -chool has (traduated more than To students who are now attending colleges, universi ii,.. and theological s* minai ies throughout tie c< untr) M< re lhan 20 have received schi from the high -i ihey graduated The Acadenu contact with itand finds that most of I lea* ing roles in I he i. life on their cam, Some graduates M IT., the Ine California. Hebrew I salem. Carre. .-!mj L'niversit) and other : higher learning Two Heorew \•. ', cently won Nati arships, and oni won the Stati ide Fort placed second i" the N entic competitioi Record Enrolled 350 Students Sunday's dinner will not only mark the Hebr< 1 day. It will also highlight a redid enrollment of it' dentnow attend ng the school Tin annual bane fund-raising source of the Academy, which does not from am agency or federation Among Prominent Leaders In the Academy's Echelons guest ol inday I at I board I it U < %  office "i < Trudy Gertler. senior class student at Miami Beach High School, and 1960 graduate of the Hebrew Academy, will highlight the Sunday niaht dianex at the Deauville Hotel with a dramatic interpretation Trudy is daughter of Judoe and Mrs. Charles Gertler.' But ither community leaders .ii also assume active roles ration at the Sunda> dinner Among them Lcuis Merwitxer, president ol Academy Merwitxer .ale a chairman of the buil fund campaign ami has contribut0 toward the t the new -i hool In addition, he haendowed the \ em) Administration Bid. B. I. B ; nder, honorar) lite presiol tht Hebrew Academy. : tile seven years. He is imnuttee i Sunda) e\ ent He haendowed the school's English libra r\. Jack Cantor, member of the • I he Hebrew Academ) Cantor ii leader in Miami Isr Bond 0 airman "I j -, B< larshii %  la) Hi endowed i classrt a at l em) Joseph Cchen. vice president of the : It i ii years %  n currently serves apresi• oi the Bureau of Jewish Edu •1 and is on the hoard of the II imi .leui-h r"e,!eration Hi is co-chairman of the 1962 icademj dinner and has end ,i el •; the new school Wolfie Cohen, honorary chair# n of the Hebrew \ -hip diaaer foe I I vt i Cohen ii Ml Beach city councilman and pit the Academy Hi also endowed a classroom. Atiultthlr in mif


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Page 14-B •Ufa* I <#? ftorktiaHn Friday, December 14. 1962 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl NIGHT AND DAY: of U)< ny Bennett ill appear on coi Lead • •• ,1.! and & • 25-piece on i a ol %  I spitted quite a few celebrities twitting end viewing tho hit evue, "Craiy Croies," at the Peppermint Lounge: amocvj them rerord'nj head'ircr Adam Wade, and Secretaries ot State Jose.oh Bur: ette, o ; Virginia, and Tom Adams, of Florida. of Patsy Abbott elj ks wise with • sho\ ol the club ol Ihe same name i '..•. scintillating original years. -fc ON THE SCREEN: "Th i ngesl Day*' continues its reserved seal le Lincoln Theatre, with eveninj perforn 8:30 %  :>. and matineet added al 2:30 on Wednesday, Saturday, Sui :ui ft This is Darryl Zanuck'i crowning glorj as director and roducer — one ot the greatest war fUms ever screened %  Mutiny on the Bounty, the spectacular ol the South Seas, will •ve its southern premiere under the sponaorship ol Southeastern Women's American OKT on Thursday, Dec. 20. at the Sheridan. The larion Brando-suiter will t>e on a reserved seal policy. There's a highly rated foreign film at the Mayfair and Sunset, Girl with the Golden Eyes," from a Balzac novel, concerning a romance of a fashion photographer and a model, who won't reveal ner name. "What Happened to Baby Jane?" moves into the Nor•nandie, starring Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, in the suspense &f hriller. Maxine Braiuleis. who -tarred recently in Acorn Civic Theatre's waging of "Monique," is the talented daughter ol Naomi Brandeis, sery-kindergarten supervisor ot Temple Emanu-EI religious school. The junior set will have n grand time viewing Ruth Foreman's trsioii of --The Nutcracker," a Pied Piper production at Studio M [hi Schedule thereafter is Saturda) and Sunday matii ith da ly matinee throughout the holidaj season. HOTEL LOBBYING: Two ex-Brooklynitei got together again at the aeerM — and had plenty to talk about. They were Chuck Conn ol TVs '•Rifleman," and Mac Kinsbaoner, associate of the LuI ck and Mac played professional basketball ti • the the Wilmington Bombers at Rill Collins, the pro at Doral Country club. Qni iral Gal les PGA I r m a •' "' Ihe v aj. %  ; : i ip in the s5u.ooo Doral Open on bis n March. Jack Schwa rz, formerly affiliated with the Astor and George Washington Hotels, now managing the London Arms, that boasts a fine kosher dining room. eliej Berman, riding high due to hit TV spectacular and other ilicity, will headline at the Diploma! with Joannie Sommers, artii Dec 26. Jack Leo* i %  the ale Cristal then on Dec. 18. Kiekle.-. one of my favorite funnymen, will be back at the I eauville this winter, for a long staj Heisa or Lester Siege! will be happy to give you any informsemii the gala New Year's Eve celebration thej arc arranf ig in the smart Crystal Room of the Lombard* Hotel. The big evenl to the public and they are now accepting reservations. Full now included. SPORTS SCENE: Tin extra 10th race at Tropical Park on Wid has proved a boon to the tote handle. Seems the .a,. ell as the feature races money wise— because veryi ne wants to get even. As the season progresses St Dania Jai-Aiai Palace, champions '.'. \ and Rato will go after their second straight International World ad \ie\ will team with Juanito in trying for a third Muecutive Diamond Double.Stakes Duke Jordan says it's troo — and you can believe him. Sonda, the 20th All-Florida greyhound champion, set for the final bracket ot the Irish-American Derby Saturday at Biscayne dog track, is a real bottle baby. The lean canine's mother dud at birth, and Mrs John Prevatt. of the racer's owner, took over the nursing chcres with a mediine dnpper. followed by bottle feedings. Sonda has turned out best f eight brothers and sisters Tender, lovin' care did it. indeed. ALONG RESTAURANT ROW: Chuck Connors, of Rifleman, on TV, ne< ded a rifle styled after r the largest collection of old western nrearms in the state. Remember when the original Victor Bidone's was the talk of the own. located behind Cops City" All the stars who played there then: • Powell. Sammy Davis. Danny Thomas, etc used to run to Vic spot between >hows and rave about the Italian delicacies. Now he same Bidone is located on Bay Harbor Island, turning out the same ielectable dishes. He call? I ..rant De Continental, and he's then to greet you nightly with Mrs. B. They've been getting bigger crowds each night at Westbrooke Country Club's plush Golden Key. It's open to the public for dancing and lato suppers on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 9; dancing and supper from • to 1. The Golden Key Trio—a fast paced group—keeps it a "dancing crowd" in the walnut and crystal room. By the way, if you have any W gold keys around—why not drop them off at the Golden Key, where -all is lined with uniquely shaped k > Ed Fuliord has seen a heap of living and in his 30 years ?s head gardner on the Glenn Curto propeity. now the Miami Springs Villas. Meyer A. Baskin (standing far right*, president ol the locol Technicn chapter for eight years, was recipient of on illuminated scroll from Israel for his "devotion ana leadership in behalf of advanced learning.'' He is shown with some of the notables attending the annual banquet of the South Florida chapter of the American Technion Society at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Jack New Wcmetco Theatre to Open Wometco's neu Palm Springs Theatre will open at non on Fri1 day. The opening attraction will be the neu Jerrj Lewis picture, "It's only atone} ." The 1.200-seal hou i is located in the Palm Springs Shopping Center, Red Rd at 49th St., tfialeah, and will l>e under th meni of Del L %  rl> ol the Theatre. Rifkin, founder; Curl Alpert. assistant to Gen. Yaacov Doii, president of Technion University: Mrs. Lcuis Glasser, local president; and Al Sherman, banquet choumen. Standing (left to right' are Leo Rutstein, executive director cf the Southeast Region; Zeev Dover, Israel Counsul; Gabriel Heatter; and Dr. Irving Lehrman. a nctional board membei of Technio:.. The theatre, designed by A. Herbert Mathes, architect, was created as a pilot model specifically intended for placement in shopping centers. Theatre construction was under the supervision of Harvey Fleischir.an, vice president of Womatco. The theatre auditorium scheme i> monochromatic in t< Of gold. The I -o is war. furnish in rocking chair seats theatre is serviced bj live 1 plcte ami independent air-coi Honing systems, thus complete and even cooling in all areas. The attraction sign i~ the largest changeable letter thi attraction dispU) ever fabric! covering almost 1.008 sq. n a :ig to Wometco officials Making final arrangements for a benefit performance of "Jumbo" on Tuesday 1 Dec 25, at the' Roosevelt Thect: with proceeds scheduled for the Harry Anna Crippled Chi', dren's Home are m< ml era of the executive committee of Mich Elks Lodge 1601 and Martin Caplun ^standing left cf the Roosevelt. Seated are Joe Malek, exalted ruler, and Larry Taylor. Standing (left to right' are Caplun Judge V ton Felier, Phil Konove. Saul Jarrett, Hcaold Rosen. Fred Heymon. Ha! Hertz, and Lee Gour Beth David Seminar Sunday Final lecture this weekend ot the firsl semester ol the Beth David Sonda) morning adult seminars will feature l>r. Joseph Hurwiti in a discussion of "Bthics of Judaism—The .hide. Christian Tradition." The seminar meets at 11 a.m. Dr. Hurwiti is %  member ol the faculty at the Universit) ol Miami. 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Friday. December 14. 1962 *Jeistfhaldiar) Pcge 5-E ipL,„al s UJifc jCeoJs Exciting JZifc Attractive, crccn-cycd Alisa Dov[ -insiders her husband's carper I nd schedule her prime concern. j i of Zeev Z. Dover. Consul of h-racl for the Southeastern region | ,r United stales, and mother ,1 ihree. Alisa can entertain 7(H) r or rcpresenl her husband Icial occasions with i qui I nb. \ tftirg hare from the Israel ite in Atlanta as "Ambassaf Goodwill" several weeks Consul Dover's schedule was de i that he was unable to planned Journey through the n area. Alisa made the his stead, extending preet. o island dignitaries in the rts at which they stopped. \ i wherever we are." exvi\ i ious Alisa in her cliannc;::. "there is always open \i>! only tlo community and ,! !i adei s come, but ...-<> .i sted in the arts music, 1 dart ing Alisa her^:i .r de i i' inter, ard sev%  i hi r oils ere e> hibiteel at ':. U useum in Aits,.,i n th • familj livi.! ih >i c, Accent on Children \ a's family settled in Israel when Tel \\iv was noth.t -an. ." In her teens, she the Youth Movement, and later, the Mogen David similar lo the Red Cross el her future husband in 1942, the second World War. they were h..th serving in I David Aunni, and two yean they were married. ivaa ir. the eaiiy years ot arriage, while Zeev saw ser H Mrs. Club ccrs Reports \ gereral muetinj of the Opti< '• %  of Mi:..'iii Beach was • -day al the Barcelona e members received a heir first major fundhe y< ir. Sam Hirsch, 1I i man oi • 'Hi itri li nchcon I den Roc Hotel on Dei up i ard sa a ^ i %  %  • i VI. 'nted 'in the 1 it ii. isii ,1 Milk and Murray Sonnet) is I i tl >eth Israel Party Tuesday seth Israel Sisterhood is hav. Chanuka party on Tuesda) o David Lehrfield and Can iraham Sail will officiate. !. B Kisenstein, Sisterhood int. announced that Mrs Hornstein, vice president, is iring the affair. I Ruppert, hospitality • an, assisted by Mrs. Harry Mrs Etta Mande) ami Mrs. Engel, will serve the tradi;ood. Dorothj Dlott, vice pr< si ill take over ihe Golden for I he party. Alisa Dover (center) chats with the Prime Minister of Jamaica and his wife at a stopover during the recent Shalom Cruise aboard the SS Jerusalem. vice during Israel's War of Libera-1 ind Edna, 10, were both horn In lion," reminisced Mr-. Dover. Tel Aviv. "thai I gave mj entire attention to my children." Simona, now 16. Then the family went to Jerusalem, and her husband entered the diplomatic service of his country. Their son Yorani. 4. was born a few months before they left Australia, where they had been posted for four years. A few years at home, and then Consul Dover was transferred to Atlanta. There, the family lives in a lovely, ante-bellum colonial house with extensive grounds, where Alisa is hostess to countless groups, large and small. Very much interested in the preparation and serving Ol food, Alisa collects native recipes wherever she travels, frequently adding one exotic dish from the Near East, China or Iiussia to an otherwise conventional meal. Community-Conscious Or she'll serve an entire Israeli meal, as she did recently when a dozen couples returned to her home foi supper, following a concert. During the Rosh Hashona holiday just past, almost 100 people • i ropped by to wish the family a Happy Now Year. Alisa recalls. Soon, she was serving Kreplach, honey cake, and sweet wine to everyone's obvious delight. Alisa. friendly and interested in 1 people, always participates in the cultural and community life of the locale In which she finds herself. In Atlanta, she belongs to the Art Society and Symphony, and attends Hadassah and ZOA meetings wherever she can find the time. "Always, I find," she relatewith a twinkle in her eye, "that am assigned to the dais, wher all 1 can do is look at the men'. hers. But that it not what I want SO 1 call the president, and tell her wish to mingle and talk to men bers, not just look at them." Problems Abroad On the feminine problem < : clothes. "It isn't easy to anticipat ever) occasion which may arise o a trip. S;,ys the chic Mrs. Uo • er, "1 have a great many of m clothes made in Israel, so instea of trying to dress as everyone els is dressed, I concern myself wit wearing individual fashions." Because of the extensive lrav j ing she and her children h ive ha to do as part of a ro\ in dipli • mat's family, Alisa is certain thi the frecp.ient changes in schooli has helped rather than h %  her youngsters' scholastic achievi I ments. Of course, thej all spea their native Hebrew, and -om French, and Simona. the ui-yVa • i Id. has skipped and is n n\ a sei ior in high school. As Israelis representinj thei.* government abroad, life is fascinating for all the Dovers. Meeting the great and near-great in th news headlines of the world is thei natural lot. So is moving from country to country. But this ha • jits problems, as Alisa only del • cately hints. CfdoirtllUL I THI STORE WITH THE CHKISTMAS Fl*W —-s. a "" 3& wV -*-• ft %  tmpntj vUonukah from jiu and bartons! Chocolate greeting cords have | to sic. you? ran be mailed as •&(*<* Luscious miniature Bartonettes with 19 ,. Iticolored mosaic on box. Mb ,; i'. parve or assorti .1 ?!IU Chanul" chccclale Israeli coins, andies, bt x 5fN* IONNIERE, first floor, and fort li dale


Friday. December 14. 1962
*Jeistfhaldiar)
Pcge 5-E
ipL,al s UJifc jCeoJs Exciting JZifc
Attractive, crccn-cycd Alisa Dov-
[ -insiders her husband's carper
I nd schedule her prime concern.
j i of Zeev Z. Dover. Consul of
h-racl for the Southeastern region
| ,r United stales, and mother
,1 ihree. Alisa can entertain 7(H)
r or rcpresenl her husband
Icial occasions with i qui I
nb.
\ tftirg hare from the Israel
. ite in Atlanta as "Ambassa-
f Goodwill" several weeks
Consul Dover's schedule was
de i that he was unable to
planned Journey through the
n area. Alisa made the
his stead, extending preet-
. o island dignitaries in the
rts at which they stopped.
\ i wherever we are." ex-
- vi\ i ious Alisa in her cliann-
c;::. "there is always open
\i>! only tlo community and
,! !i adei s come, but ...-<>
.i sted in the arts music,
1 dart ing Alisa her-
^:i .r de i i' inter, ard sev-
i hi r oils ere e> hibiteel at
, ':. U useum in Aits-
,.,i n th familj livi.! ih >i c,
Accent on Children
\ a's family settled in Israel
when Tel \\iv was noth-
.t -an. ." In her teens, she
the Youth Movement, and
later, the Mogen David
similar lo the Red Cross
el her future husband in 1942,
the second World War.
they were h..th serving in
I David Aunni, and two yean
they were married.
ivaa ir. the eaiiy years ot
arriage, while Zeev saw ser
H Mrs. Club
ccrs Reports
\ gereral muetinj of the Opti-
< of Mi:..'iii Beach was
-day al the Barcelona
e members received a
heir first major fund-
he y< ir.
Sam Hirsch, 1I i man oi
'Hi itri li nchcon
I den Roc Hotel on Dei
up
i ard sa a
^
. i


i VI. 'nted
, 'in the
1 it ii. isii ,1 Milk and
Murray Sonnet) is
I i tl
>eth Israel
Party Tuesday
seth Israel Sisterhood is hav-
. Chanuka party on Tuesda)
o
David Lehrfield and Can
iraham Sail will officiate.
!. B Kisenstein, Sisterhood
int. announced that Mrs
' Hornstein, vice president, is
iring the affair.
I Ruppert, hospitality
an, assisted by Mrs. Harry
Mrs Etta Mande) ami Mrs.
Engel, will serve the tradi-
;ood.
Dorothj Dlott, vice pr< si
ill take over ihe Golden
for I he party.
Alisa Dover (center) chats with the Prime Minister of Jamaica
and his wife at a stopover during the recent Shalom Cruise
aboard the SS Jerusalem.
vice during Israel's War of Libera-1 ind Edna, 10, were both horn In
lion," reminisced Mr-. Dover. Tel Aviv.
"thai I gave mj entire attention
to my children." Simona, now 16.
Then the family went to Jeru-
salem, and her husband entered
the diplomatic service of his coun-
try. Their son Yorani. 4. was
born a few months before they left
Australia, where they had been
posted for four years.
A few years at home, and then
Consul Dover was transferred to
Atlanta. There, the family lives
in a lovely, ante-bellum colonial
house with extensive grounds,
where Alisa is hostess to countless
groups, large and small.
Very much interested in the pre-
paration and serving Ol food, Alisa
collects native recipes wherever
she travels, frequently adding one
exotic dish from the Near East,
China or Iiussia to an otherwise
conventional meal.
Community-Conscious
Or she'll serve an entire Israeli
meal, as she did recently when a
dozen couples returned to her home
foi supper, following a concert.
During the Rosh Hashona holi-
day just past, almost 100 people
i ropped by to wish the family a
, Happy Now Year. Alisa recalls.
Soon, she was serving Kreplach,
honey cake, and sweet wine to
' everyone's obvious delight.
Alisa. friendly and interested in
1 people, always participates in the
cultural and community life of the
locale In which she finds herself.
In Atlanta, she belongs to the Art
Society and Symphony, and attends
Hadassah and ZOA meetings wher-
ever she can find the time.
"Always, I find," she relate-
with a twinkle in her eye, "that !
am assigned to the dais, wher
all 1 can do is look at the men'.
hers. But that it not what I want
SO 1 call the president, and tell her .
wish to mingle and talk to men
bers, not just look at them."
Problems Abroad
On the feminine problem < :
clothes. "It isn't easy to anticipat
ever) occasion which may arise o
a trip. S;,ys the chic Mrs. Uo
er, "1 have a great many of m
clothes made in Israel, so instea
of trying to dress as everyone els
is dressed, I concern myself wit
wearing individual fashions."
Because of the extensive lrav
j ing she and her children h ive ha
to do as part of a ro\ in dipli
mat's family, Alisa is certain thi
the frecp.ient changes in schooli
has helped rather than h
her youngsters' scholastic achievi
I ments. Of course, thej all spea
their native Hebrew, and -om
French, and Simona. the ui-yVa
i Id. has skipped and is n n\ a sei
ior in high school.
As Israelis representinj thei.*
government abroad, life is fascinat-
ing for all the Dovers. Meeting
the great and near-great in th
news headlines of the world is thei '
natural lot. So is moving from
, country to country. But this ha
jits problems, as Alisa only del
cately hints.
CfdoirtllUL I
THI STORE WITH THE CHKISTMAS Fl*W
-s.
a ""
3& wV -*-
TMt STORS WITH THI CHRISTMAS FtAIR

Turkey Will Go
To Blood Donors
\ turkej u ill be gi*i en to
bj the Jewish War Veterans
I idle-' Auxiliary Post 330, Mi-
Beach, and American Le [ion
85
hospital unit will be at I.e
n Hall, 1828 Alton K.i. between
I a.m. and 7 p.m., on Thursday
20.
n Goldberg and Mrs Irving
operman are chairmen. Irving
perman is commander, andj
Miss Edith Fcingold is president.
*f>ft irvsti from ilorida!
All Indian River fruit, the finest, most
delicious gift you can send north from Florida!
Elolidau spvviaisl
Vi BUSHEL GRAPEFRUIT ."J..")
Your choice: Duncan s. White Marsh Seedless,
Red Rubv, or Pink Seedless.
25-LB. BOX NAVEL ORANGES 5*43
Giant seedless oranges in
gav holiday gift box.
25-LB. BOX PINEAPPLE-ORANGES 5.25
qcI ipple and Hamlin
jyii jes "I g'1' box.
very,
nake your fri<

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FR 4-7251
>
tmpntj vUonukah
from jiu and bartons!
Chocolate greeting cords have | to sic.
you? ran be mailed as &(*<*
Luscious miniature Bartonettes with
19 ,. Iticolored mosaic
on box. Mb ,;i'. parve or assorti .1 ?!IU
Chanul" *
chccclale Israeli coins,
andies, bt x 5fN*
IONNIERE, first floor,
and fort li dale



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Fage 2-A lenifti rterkJiair Friday, December 14, \yJ\ Convert's Citizenship Bid Rejected Continued from Pag* I-A %  •%  religion is a Jew. but thai the rejection was based OH the Law ol Return as a secular law. He held thai "accepting a convert as a Jew" in Israel "would mean a distortion of Jewish history,"' awell as an act of desecrating "the name and content ol (he term Jew." The •common aspect" of ..11 Jews, he said, was "that we cannot cut ourselves ofl from the historical past and still remain •i Jew." "Whether religious, non-religious or anti-reliaious. all Jews are bound to the Jewish people's heritage," he added and. on this basis. the answer to the question as to whether Rufei.-en could be considered a Jew was "no." He referred to the convert's work in saving lews in Nazi-occupied Poland and said this posed a "psychological difficulty." But he insisted th:it Construction to Begin on $1 Mi lien Expansion of Jewish Home for the Aged fOR PHOTOS SEE StC. B -million will begin immediately on the Si.ooo.ooo Ablin Memorial unit expai,-11.11 ol the .".wish Home for the Aged ol Greater Miami a^ a result of the gning <>f the agreement between Home and Ihe Arkin ConstrueI H Co Representing the Home were Judge Irving Cypen, president, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president, an i chairman of the building campaign committee. Stanley ll. Arkin represented the Arkin Construction Co. Arkin Construction was the low bidder when sealed bids of six outstanding builders in the Greater Miamia area were opened a lew days ago. Completion of the addition, which encompasses 118 additional bods, is expected In about HI months, David B. Pleeman, also vice president of the .Home, is chairman ol Ihe building committee, which supervised the design of the project. Architect is I S, Lower)berg, (ii Loewenberg & Loewenberg, Chicago. Smith and Korach, ol Miami, are associate architects, and Henry J. Nelson ol Miami Beach, is the engineer TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACI1M i Won't Upset The Stomach AaaciaO not only givet a treneer, ftutor rt lief from pain of headache Vat la alao tofer. Won't upaat tha atomach and hat no bad effect!. You •a*. Anacin ia like a doctor'a proscription. That is, Anacin eontalna •ot Juit one bat a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research baa proved no oinalo drug can give such strong yet eech safe relief as Anacin Tablets. Beth Raphael Reelects Sapero Julius Sapero has been reeleded president oi Beth Raphael Con gregation. Other officers named al a recent meeting of the congregation were J. T. Berliner, first vice president: Charles Klein, second vice president. Also Ralph Krieger, financial secretary: M. Schwartzman. treasurer; B, Agmoov, recording secretary; and Joe Swartz. recording secretary. jhe converCaJM-Tsonal merits were, not involved in ihe judgment. Tho lone dissenter was Justice Haim Cohn, who hold that the Law of Return should not be interpreted to permit rejection of a convert's application and the "denial of his rights" as a Jew 1 under that law. He said the law was meant to grant ar.y person the right to declare himself a Jew wi s hi n g to return to his country, and that the Governmert's argument lhat a convert ceased to be a Jew had no basis in law. i Justice IfOShe Land.in opposed the petition, even under the COBvert's argument that Israel WSJ nol a theocratic state but the pro dud oi the Zionist movement. Accepting that argument he said, •"one must accept Herat's viewpoint in rejecting Zionist membership for a converted Jew He also said that the Law of Return ;:• intended primarily tor Jews oul Bide ol Israel and that for inch Jews it was axiomatic that a convert alienated himself from I InJewish people by his conversion. Justice Eliahu Mam staled he concurred with Justice Zbi Benn-I NO who held he was "reluctantly bound" by the Law of Return to reject the petition despite the fad that he considered Brother Daniel a Jew b> every criterion, referring to the convert's Zionist work as a youth, his persistence in considering himself a Jew alter conversion, and his statement in applying in Poland for permission to migrate to Israel that he wanted to return to the land of his fathers. However, Justice B-rinson ruled, the Israel law of naturalization had a clause which stated that person who in good faith declared himself a Jew should be THE GREATEST GIFT YOU CAN GIVE YOUR Children and Grandchildren Is a Safe Israel Bond INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS MAYSHIE FR1EDBERG Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 •45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI REACH ezaad funeral RENT A CAR from $2.50 por d*y $15 p#r Wfc. ft miI* 1 .pre rhnrRd ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. 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Page 14-A •>, Uni*f fhridfitr Friday, December U 1952 I Browsing With Books: By HIIARY M1NDUN fl • M ONTHS BEFORE CHANUKA is due. I begin to look at publishers' lists with an especially speculative eye. It has become my annual Chanuka hunt for some really Hood juvenile books which I can happily and hopefully recommend as gifts for ones favorite children. 1 believe very stronglv that at least one of a child's Chanuka gifts should be a Jewish book. This year I have found thre. They are all published by The Jewish Publication Society of America. 222 N. 15th St.. Philadelphia, and they can be ordered from there or from your Hebrew Book Store, or perhaps trom Sisterhood gift shops. They are all big books, running from 139 to 176 pages, and they all sell for $2.50. The publishers suggest an age span of six to %  nine, but I find my five-yearold enraptured by tl.o.n and. knowing how sophist.caed our children are these da vs. I would say that four is not too young. • Anything that Sadie Rose Weil.rsto.n writes .s superb WHAT THE MOON BROUGHT .s a collec ion of Short stories, each one of which deals with a holiday, and win a central feature of each holiday The colored e* ol Lag Ba'Omer. the story of the animated Pcsach dishes. and the dolls' Chanuka (which incidentally has a lot of B 00d ideas, are only three of the charming tales which Take the two little girls of the book. Kuthic and Deob>. r "n LITTLE NEW ANGEL. Kuthie and Debbie get a Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Kennedy Takes on McCarran Walter Act Washingtoci P RESIDENT KENNEDY is draft ing a message to Congreei asking lor liberalization <>1 the Mc Canon Walter immigration Act. This legislative request wil probably be sent when Congress convenes next month. It may b< cited in the State 0! the I'nio: sage. On December 24 the McCairan-Walter Act will have been in force ten years. The Act's racial provisions, by which German and Angl Saxon immigrants are considered more desirable than other peoples, have made these ten years a decade ol discrimination al a time when America 1seeking world moral leadership one of the major complaints heard abroad bj American diplomats, the Peace Corpsmen, and others is the biased U.S. natii nal origins qu< ta system. How far will President Kennedy go m seeking revision? Experts like Harry Rosenfield, former U.S. Displaced Persons Commissioner, feel that the Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN A German Arrives Jerusalem T HE VISIT TO Israel of West Germany's Bundestag President Dr. Eugen Gerstenmaier again accentuated the ever fresh and never ending debate on the question of IsraelGerman relations. To many, the debate low seems essentially an academic one. unable to affect the course which has been set with the conclusion of the Reparations agreement ten years ago. the extensive relations that developed over the past decade, highlighted by the meeting m New York between Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. Mr. Ben-Gurion. in his bold approach, has. on a number of occasions, emphasized that his attitude is based on the recognition of the hard facts of life stemming trom the constellation of the lorces on the international arena and the sober evaluation of Israel's vital needs and interests and it is mainly on this background that the question of relations with Germany is determined. The almost general acceptance of this premise has shifted the debate from the basis of principle to the level of "degree." Some feel the relations must exclude the cultural field; others that Israel must not sell West Germany any arms. Herut has of late been underscoring the political implications as affecting the possibility of rapprochment with the Eastern bloc and in last week's Knesset debate her criticism was directly chiefly at the aid which West German experts are giving Egypt in the development of her rockets This shift in the debate has produced an atmosphere in which German tourists can move around the country without 1 yoking any extraordinary reaction. Ten or even five years ago the arrival of nized croups of German youths would have no doubt aroused wide protests and such a venture would have been considered Inconceivable Today many such gfWps arrive and even though some may 1 ol he too "enthusiastic" about it. it docnot occur to anybody to demonstrate against it. it would of course he m support it, including six members of the Senate Judicial") Committee which must act upon it Senator Hart is chair. ol the Committee's immigration Subcommittee. The bottleneck, of course, lies in the House Immigration Subcommittee headed !>> Hep Francis E. Walter, Pennsylvania Democrat, who is co-author 1 the McCarran-Walter Acl Tin question is whether the Administration can make a deal with Hep Walter. It is as yet unknown how far he will go in honoring a personal request from President Kennedy for substantial revision ol the I I Rep. Walter has so far militant!} resisted basic changes of the Act's narrow philosophy. Hi %  v displayed a biased attitude toward Jews and Israel. Dunne the last session, he introduced measures to ban further immigration from Israel and to deny landing rights to Kl Al Airlines These lulls arose from his rage over the Soblen case. Thej subsequently died in committee. President Eisenhower sent three special messages to Congress in 195G. 195V and I960, proposing basic amendments to improve the Act, especially the biased national origins quota system. These proposals perished because there was no vigorous follow through by the Republican leadership nor any inclination on the part of Democrats like Rep. Waller to even consider the Eisenhower messages. Both the Republican and Democratic 1960 platforms contained immigration planks denouncing the quota system and other discriminatory provisions. The Democrats said in 1960 that "we are confident that "a Democratic President in cooperation with Democratic Congresses will again implant a humanitarian and liberal spirit in our nation's immigration and citizenship policies." For two years the White House did nothing to implement the Democratic immigration pledges. It became the lost horizon of the New Frontier. But now the President's aides feel that, with election results in mind, the hour might he ripe for action. The Hart Bill would completely eliminate national origins as a basis for determining quotas and would put greater emphasis on reunification of families. It would authorize a total world quota of 250.000 per year, including provisions tor aamission of up to 50.000 refugees and escapees. Panorama: babv brother, and his presence serves .-.., spi ,,, rd for the most exciting presentation of .lev .hi; %  have ever come across in a child's book There is moct in th's hook — folklore, learning. Jewish attitudi ;, n( j it is done with such warm and perfect charm thai retdi as delightfully for the adult as for his little listet r Th story which tells how a Safer Torah is written mid. 1 would gue s. instruct many grownups, while the 01 jhout the "seder" <>n L'ncoln's birthday (and whj not celebrates a deliverance from slavery, does it not' rates bcautiiully the kind ul creative observance of dail] ewisk life which Mrs. Wcilcrstem brings to he: books \. A1 l( one's own example, there is no better way to train children in Jewish values and attitudes — toward i. .rning. charity, other and different people — than through book like tliiMathilda Keller's illustrations for botl add to the pleasure. THE ALEPH-BET STORY BOOK, h; Debot ..,„. gives a storj for each letter of the Hebrew alphabet The fetters are personalized — fat Mem who wants to reduce, little Yod who thinks he is not important wise Resh (because his name means headi — and the stoneai • %  ither based on traditional Jewish legends, or %  !••< %  thej derive from the meaning of the name of the Idler, or >m its rite and shape Lower the top age for thion. to ibout seven, although the slightly older child who 1| ning Hebrew school might find it an ex.. morji aid. and it s whimsical enough to escape seeming Howard Simon's illustrations are very gaj Here. then, are three that you can tru-t more than Chanuka gelt They're gi Id Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN On a Fine Speaker O NE OF THE n* speakers at ti 1 arbutl or—ami I say tinw • h all -1M ( t to the fort 1 -.c taleo Vmbassador Abba Ebai as I Iwayi be remembered by Ai an Jews—was Pierre F Gflbi 1 ormer French Ambassador to laael who during his seven-year tav m Israel concentrated no' a 1. u .. ..... uiacy but on mastering so difficult a Hebrew, 1 am no judge of Hebrew, but as I rereai notes on the dinner. I realize why \!: Gilbert has been ore of the most beloved diplomats in Israel —he is a Frenchman, witty, humanitarian and orful. Only a Frenchman could have forj paragraph, "I have no intention whalsover to try and make you believe that the Israelis possess and di-play nothing but the nicest qualities : I M world, It they did, they would be very dull and thai thej are not at all One of his most pertinent observations, be almost directly on Tarbuth'a dedication to the advancement ol Hebrew culture, was the remark that he could see neither objection nor impedim. bilingual culture—English and Hebrew—in th. ish community. in Europe, especially in France, he said, "the study of Latin, and soinetm • %  • •>! Latin and Greek, la still considered as an importaal factor in the education of the youth, as a tabh too! for the formation of the mind Would ll be looked at atoo ambitious, too far-fetched to suggest that the Jewish youth all over the *orM have a trj al Hebrew instead of I-atin or Greek*' Tarbulh's objective is a most laudible one tor it is obvious that if the Jews chutz laretz are t" matatain ties of culture and understanding with the Jews within the Land, they must acquire the instrument of expression the Jews in Israel maftSf best—Hebrew. %  By DAVID SCHWARTZ The Success of a European Drive for Funds BARAPHRASING SHAKESPEARE. Wl may say. the evil that men do get mo-t of the newspaper coverage. W -ce headlines every day about peop Committtlog burglaries. I have yet t lee stones about the many people w' have not committed burglaries Then are maany people who have never bc< guilty of arson or cracked -an -, h their name-do not get in the pape Tins leadto a distorted image of the w. We read -toneabout anti-Semitism, yel it was an nounced in Paris the other day thai 60 per cent of the chasers of Israel Bonds m Holland are non-Jews, Yel no newspaper mentioned it. The announcement came with the organization of a •1 Committee for the sale • 1 Isi iin rope, headed i>\ Karon Fdinond Rothschild It '.pro to -ell SO million dollars worth of Itrsv Europe, The figure was chosen because that is appr uV mately the average annual yield in the I S BUI America hafive million Jews to bin Where an to be found the JewIn Europe much' For answer, the speakers at the eon* the) "ere rely mon nun-Jew s to stand, when (or the exterminated Jews of Europe. The Commw whii h h 1tx en set up includes many n I the head oi the' International I hamber COS mei I even a < ardinal. Such auspices pre? Anothei reason whj we may hope' foi its fact thai the drive is headed b) Baron child, a grandson of %  erj unique figun %  • % %  who in hilong life pursued two ambjl ,0 ',' the fl ., Jewish II. 1111. 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Page 6-B **/#> nrvHtm Friday. December 14. \^\ Socialite ... by in charge of the program M. : • .. %  in eha i -n fine art. different medp riods and arti-'in her DeauvlDe Hotel Gallerj the constant %  %  %  • : new exhibits and pictures for material, this would be I rawardtag aji.-i, world of art v i in UH • pew .lame!> himonth on K I wi rks of four Floi ,i permanent • caicd to nnporta"' art. the Gallery*! bitors an Ev iam Pachner, Karl Zi Pinher son James Da' l> irothy Blau, who'll ki Gallerj running uni has had en would iik, to bavi to -how in. 1 Shop Features Chanuka Gifts An all-new gift shop has been installed by the Sisterhood and ITA of Temple Emanu-EI in the building entrance on 17th St., of Washington Ave.. and is amply stocked with Chanuka gifts. Mrs Albert Laufer. chairman of the gifl .-hop committee, and her aides have spent several days rlecong and trimming the new dilaj i.'.hmets and counter. Featuring a varied collection of merchandise, mainly made-in-Israel items, the display includes Menorahs, Chanuk mes, I %  books, greeting cards, and wrappings. The Temple Lift shop is open dailj from 1:30 to 4:30 p m.. from r' .' until Chanuka. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co-Ownr xow oii;.v OWNtSSHIP AND MANAGf.Mf.NT Of JACK HOKUCK THE GARDEN RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE IXCF.PVONAI CUISINf. 2235 S W 8'h STREET MIAMI THE SHOWPLACC Of MIAMI PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LUNCHEON: BAR M TZVAHS & WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY Telephone 445-5566 PLENTY Of fflll PARKING AH CONDTIONID Victor Bidone's NOW OPEN %GdinenU once in Dining is A Tradition 1045 -95th Street RESERVA"!ONS: Bay Harbor Island UNion 5-8224 %  Ph. HOL'.v, 00D WA 2-7253 CATERING TO SPECIAL PARTIES AND ORGANIZATIONS OUR SPECIALTY! fittfal CHEF RONNIE AT THE BROILER Serving Steaks, Ch->ps, Seafood ond Baby Bock Ribs Hickory Broiled Cocktail Hour Daily 4 lo 6 Complimentary .Won D'Otuvres LUNCH SERVED DAILY from 85c TOM TUIIS Owner HENRY NEYIE, Moitre d' MORRIS PIKEN Mgr. 3622 Coral Way Phone HI 4-2979 RESTAURANT Hlaml'm only r.*ta*nmt p*c/o/i*ing In 'ARABIC AND ORIENTAL POODS Fo*ur ir.g alto IUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONS • Free Parking • Air Condition.: • Boor Winos, Chompagno 524 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-9181 MIAMI, FLA. 4 To A!! Season's Best Wishes SIMMERMAN CATERERS 5958 NE 2nd AVENUE PL 8-4476 AM AYS THE UNEXPECTED AT Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant THE COUNTRY STORE IUNCHEON 11:J0 -3:00 P.M. WHEATLE\ 2830 FLORIDA AVE. SUNDAY MIDDAY — 6:00 P M. CLOSED MONDAY) DINNER c:0u 10.00 P.M. llPlock Off Grarxi Ave Noar P.O.) DON ROBINS %  HI 4-3045



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Taqe 12-B *ki*t norUteri Friday, December 14. 196: O P E by ALAN SHECTER In a classroom ;it the University of Miami's School of Law a few years ago. a professor told his students that "Law is an Instrument for helping, protecting and guiding people." Bette Baron, a young and pretty Miami attorney, took her professor seriously, admitting today that it is this philosophy that prompted her to become legal counselor to the Center for Disseminating Verifiable information. The Center i> a new an i promising group "i peopli who have been cured oi alcoholism and other mental health pn ..'ems According to Bette 'I percentage of the Center's members are Jews, a fact geni ral i [ical statistics would I I to find unbelievable. ••The crushii tensions of life in the twentieth century are so unbearable that the nation now has more all drug addicts and tranquilizer swallowers than at any time in U.S. history," she points out. Bette has high hopes that the Center can be effective in the fight fr better mental health Its activities will be aimed at spreading in! n and publicity to stimulate public attention to mental health and its enhancek n.ent. While -he w .ling Uni, versify of Miam iron was runner-up in I ml moot court competitions arid voted "Outstan in S ior" in her gradYehudct'i Mos!ie Pulpit Welcomes Rabbi Shalowiti Henry Gil t ol Congregati >n Y< ; • e, has of %  • %  as I tual Rahl i Shal by Jei senlath ; .. i Ol a rerepiioi \ itz •; %  Ihere Thcol ... Clue. He I ; pulpil in N before sen aa chaplai L'.S ^rmy h Ron • a in in the i S, Arn > R %  e uating class. She is one of a vigorous new generation of local attorneys with a refreshing and contagious approach toward the ideals in which the believes. i e He L ; kes Miami In an era when corporate giants pav handsome salaries to men trained in the field of engineering, it is reasonable to ask Harold Berke why he quit a promising caieer as an aeronautical engineer to enter the display business. His answer is .-imply, "l wanted to live in Miami!" When he settled here permanently, display was one of the few fields in which an engineering back groun i might be helpful in making money in South Florida. Once employed by the U.S Air Force as chiel of ;t< hydraulics and pneumatic.design unit, Berke frequently calls upon his engineering talents to design moving displays, promotional exhibits and scale models for firms like Pan American Airways. General Motors. RCA. Alcoa and U.S. Steel. His company al.-o seems to grab the contracts to manage most of the local convention exhibits that have blossomed in Dade County in recent years. Discovering that he was to be "making news" here this week. Berke asked for a mention of his beautiful wife. Mary. Of all his designing feats, he seems proudest of having •engineered" himself a lovely wife. New Cardiac Hospital Facility Dedication Slated The afternoon of Sunday, Jan. 20. has been set for the formal dedication and opening of the new facilities of National Children's Cardiac Hospital, now Hearing completion in the Metropolitan Medical Center, off NW 12th Ave. Dignitaries from all the country will be in attendance, including a 300-person delegation from the hospital's New York chapters. Judge Milton A. Friedman, senior judge of the Municipal Court, and a member of the hospital's hoard of governors, will preside at the ceremonies. The new building represents an investment of approximately two and a quarter million dollars, devoted to treatment and research Of rheumatic fever and congenital heart disease—major killers of young children. "The general public is cordially invited to attend the Jan. 20 dedication ceremonies," said Judge Friedman, "for it has been their contributions which have made possible this new, useful edifice to be occupied by 'the hospital that never sends • bill.' As most Miamians know, National Children's Cardiac Hospital is not only free, but does not discriminate as to race or creed, either." Participating in the ceremonies will be Metro Chairman Alex Gordon, Mayor Robert King High of Miami, and Leo Robinson and Richard I. Berenson. president and chairman of the board of the hospital, respectively. Sidney M. Kain, vice president of the Miami National Bank, and a member of the board, is serving with Judge Friedman, as co-chairman, and is coordinating the various arrangements. Gen. Chaim Bar-Lev confers first honorary citizenship oi Ami" 'in behalf of the State of Israel on Dr. Irving Lehnr. Left to riaht are Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish Natio: Fund of Greater Miami, Gen. Bar-Lev, Dr. Lehrman. and Zev W. Kogan. 700 Hear Israel General Welcome Me Ami as New Citadel of Defense Esther Group Tea Esther Group of Hadassah is holding a membership tea on Wednesday, i p.m.. al the hone of Miss Betty t oper, 7:110 Biscayne Circle. Biscayne Point Island. President of the group is Mrs. Chic Perlyn. KARBI MORTON SHALOWITI Shevin to Chair Advisory Council Robert L. Shevin. Miami attorney, has been named chairman of the Miami Economic Advisory Count" I. Shevin, of 4901 SW 87th Ct.. was | aide to the Dade County legislative delegation during the recent special session. The Economic Advisory Council's main interest is the promotion of the economy here. Shore Unit Plans 'Gala 1 for Pap The Shore I'nit of the I'apani"ii Cancer Research institute Miami has announced plans for Its tenth annual luncheon to be In id ai noon at the Fontainebleau loti! next Jan. 8. < A gala afternoon is being planned by the committee, headed by Mrs. Ben Lewis, Mrs, Jason Berk man is ticket chairman, and Mrs. Florence Madler trill acl as chairman ol the daj Program chairman is Mrs Leon ard Rosen, who has arranged for ;i showing of the new resort line %  o f fashions by Sak.Fifth Avenut Ol Surlside The PapaniCOlaOU Cancer Research Institute at Miami has received recognition nationally, as well as internationally, for its cancer research. Since its formation, the Shore I'nit has contributed a large portion of the funds necessary for the maintamance of the Institute. Tickets for the luncheon can be obtained by calling Mrs. Berkman. Mrs. Milton Blum is president of the Shore Unit. "Israel is alone among nations, and must look to America for help.'' said Gen. Chaim Bar-Lev. commander of Israel's Armed Forces, at the first Me Ami dinner of the Jewish National Fund held at the Fontainebleau Hotel last Sunday night. •"Israel is not a member of anyregional group, racial group, or religious group of nations."' said Gen. Bar Lev. %  C onsequently, she stands alone, and must depend on her own resources for security and economic development." "On the other hand." the General pointed out. "Russia has been supplying Israel's neighbors with missiles, and other heavy armament free. Israel, to meet the danger, must strip herself to buy them." Said Gen. Bar-Lev: "Therefore, it is with great hope that Israel welcomes new cities like Me Ami, established by the Greater Miami Jewish National Func', which help settle the country and add to its defenses." Over 700 persons attended the lirsi public dinner honoring the establishment Ol Me Ann. a new settlement in Israel. A film de picting the activities of the 40member group of Greater Miami leaders who traveled to [sri dedicate Me Ami lasl No\ shown to the audience Dr. Irving Lehrman, spi leader of Temple Emami-FI presented with the first hoi citizenship of Me Ami. Le F.U. pre-ident of the Jewisl tional fund of Greater Miami a member of the dedicatioi grimace, brought greetings i dinner and described the di tion ceremonies in Israel. Dr Zev Kogan. leader o group. Rahbi Mayer Ahrami president of the Southeaster! >;ion of the JNF, and Rabbi S mon Schiff. spiritual li Beth El Congregation, alIt was reported that the building in Me Ami, Israel, v completed in the latter pa May. 1963. > .1 I. ie 'i. re ft. ol rsl Newman Elected Vice President Edward Newman, of Newman Funeral Home, was chosi n third \ ire presi lent of the Jewish Funeral Directors of America at a convention Dec 2 to6 in the Riviera Hotel. Palm Springs, Calif. Following the conclave. Mr. and Mrs Newman and 30 couplewho had atten.'ed the convention were guests of Morris Lansburgh at his Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, ROOM and BOARD For Elderly People. Special low mer rotes, strictly Kosher. Wain mosphere. Car service. Mr. H. I 1545 Euclid /We. il 1-3 • LADY Will SHARE HSR H. M with Coi'pl", tody or Nurse, in Section. All privilri". TV phkitchen if requ;s'-d. Csnveni. shipping end buses. CAU WANTED WOMAN ACCUSTOMED TO KOSHER to take care of elderly couple LIVE IN. ROOM, BOARD I SAl JE 21982 Detroit Club Slates Comedy "A Chanuka Comedy." written and directed by Rabbi Morton Malavsky. \wll be p res ented at the annual Chanuka party of the Detroit Social Club of Greater Miami on Monday. 8 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Dancing and card games will follow the show inof the I'lay. BY OWNER OUTSTANDING BUY Best Southwest Rental Section 1 Beautiful Deluxe, Furnished 1-Bedroom Apartments. Two Yeors Old. Air-conditioned, heated, Off Street Porfcinj. Shows 24*. N. 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Meeting tc discuss plans for their role at the
Ambassador's Ball are some of last y
debutantes who will serve as junior hostesses
ot this year's event. Discussing plans with
them is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers .third from
left), grand hostess of the ball, which will take
place Saturday evening, Dec. 22, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. The gills will also serve on
the host committee for a "tea-dansant" to be
given Sunday, Dec. 16, in thi
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in a debut rrremonv al
Ball. F:om left are Hele
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Heaiher Lee Haven.
Dedication Party to Help Finish Council
'Miami Classroom' in Jerusalem School
Invitations are beinc; mailed for
lie dedication and celebration par.
y of the National Council ot Jew-
sh Women. Greater Miami Sec-
tion^ Room at the new Council-
Mlilt Hebrew University Hi^h
School in Jerusalem. The second-
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Mis. Aaron Farr. chairman, and
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to dedicate Miami's own class,
room. Over half of the funds were
raised by Greater Miami Section's
tour of Europe and Israel last sum-
mer.
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Samuel Friedland, chairmao of
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, jay, December 14, 1982 •>Jk*i*l>rkrkMar> Page 3-B h Chapter of Hadassah luncheon plan Henrietta Szold dav. StandI right' are Mesdames Michael Sos•ah Group; Irwln A. Shapiro, Shai.ssah Fassler, I. R. Goodman; Bess Stephen S. Wite; Sylvia Kurland, Hanna b, Seated (left to rights are Mesdames :!f. Morton Towe's Group; Lawrence man, Bay Harbor; Meyer Golden, chap' c r tor for Hadassah Medical Oraanizatioi jph Alexander, president, Henrietta Joseph Rosenberg, president, thgate; and Henry Hirsh, Southgate. Not shown are Mesdames Doris Or low, Israeli Group; Sam Kuban, Brandeis; Otto Sandman, Brandpis; Tillie L. Schwartz, Southqate; Baer Zuckerbraun, Emma Lazarus; Arnold Seeder, Herzl; and Chic Perlyn, Esther. !3ch Hadassah Chapters to Celebrate lanuka at Henrietta Szcld Luncheons ni Beach Chapter of Hadassner, contralto, with Mrs. Sidney II celebrate ( hanuka by desWertheimer at the piano. the week of Dec. 17 for • til a Szold Day luncheons. Renanah Croup met for a desDec. 17, 1860, Henrietta *ert luncheon on Tuesday, followloun.ler of Hadassah, stress. e d by a dramatic reading of the importance of health, teach"Lite of Henrietta Szold." held on Monday. Jan. 14. at the Eden Hoc Hotel. A musical comply. •Monday after Sunday,"' will he presented. Review Series Highlights Studies Highlight of the third week ot the Temple Kmann.lil Women's In StitUte Ot Jewish and Cultural Studies is the inauguration ot the second annual book review si nes by Dr. Irving Lehrman. Co-sponsored by the T< mple's Sisterhood and IT.'., the first ol the "Book of the Brunch" si sion v.ill take place Wednesday morn%  I a.m., al the North Branch Building ol the Temple. 77th St. and Dickens Ave Dr. Lehrman bas chosen the i Ii, ne bi si Her, "Ship ol Fools," by Katherine Anne Porter, for the opening review. Mrs. Raymond Ualschick is chairman of the book review series, and co-chairman is Mrs. Alfred Lev i. Dr. Lehrman will review another besl seller, "The Rothchilds," by Frederic Morton, on Jan. 30. A yet-to-be-announced recently published work will be reviewed on Feb. 20. the third and final date of the scries. Brunch will be served by combined committees of the Sisterhood and PTA at each review session. Mrs. Richer is Hostess Mrs. Joseph Richter, 5055 Collins Ave., entertained 60 members of the Hadassah Eye Bank on Monday ;n the Crystal House, where the lives, The group was feted at a luncheon buffet under the direction ol "Mr. Bernard," catering director lor the Crystal House, in the apartment building's dining room. Social Club Plans For Mew Year's Miami Friendly Social Club will meet on Sunday, :; p.m., at the Israelite Center Social Hall to make plans for the clubs New Year's Eve party At a recent meting, the following slate of officers was elected Max Garshag, succeeding himself as president; Isidor silver ar.d Dave Chaswin, vice presidents; Jacob Braff, treasurer; Charles Sokol. financial secretary; Mrs. Menoira Choen, corresponding si cretarj; and Mrs. Una Rowner, social secretary. The group meets every Sunday at 2 p.m., and on Thursdays at 7 p.m. for social gatherings at Beth El. research to the undcr-pnvi nations In the Near Beat. To• Hadassah Medical Organi supports the Hadassah-HeHar.nah Sencsch Group meets for lunch at the Eden Roc Hotel on Monday, "Festival on Trial," a niversity Hospital in Israel. Chanuka play, with musical Interthe Community Health CenKiryal Yowl, a pilot plant. ludes b) Sima Swee, accompanied bj Laura La Tuchie, ill be preihysicians see an average of sented, followed by a program of patients annually. ng* by Miss Carol Dunn, soprano. Goodman Group will lub \: .•.. on Saturda) < \. nih.' Carillon Hotel. -e'eis Group v ill have a :i meeting at noon on Mo*> the Font a i ebl u Hotel. A ceremooj in ,i isical pre leon Heed • • .crah Group will also meet ich al the Fontaine D Mondaj • .. n. A musi_r.ur will he presented, rtli Giut-p luncheon on Motv al the Algiers Hotel. ile i ill feature Mrs Nina an. vocalist; Miss Brai %  I.' opold i-ebi. i Polier, pianist. Guest speaker at the Shaloma Group luncheon meeting Mondav noon at the Roney Plata Hotel will be Mrs Milton Sirkin. A song recital will be nil,red by Mi-s Janet Sander-, soprano, and Elmer Hi: -: j v. ii accompaniment by %  H lati. Southgate Gorup will meel for lunch on Tuesdaj noon al Ihe F a. bleau Hotel. A candlelighting eremon; in honor o ik > will o> Bi ruch Siegel. Rabbi Samuel April will be guesl speaker al Ihe Henric-tta Szold Goup lunchci n on Monday al th< Algiers I! tel Musical promam will be presented "> Miss i Tomito, Japai i iprano, .M'h i arralion and piai o a on* paniment by Miss Esther Barrett. ',-r\a Lazarus Group "ill see I -hew at the Doral Counuh, % %  : ere they will meet for on Meadaj. A .-kit the Three Red Heads Stephen S. W'se Group •r will he Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, who will conduct a ika i andlelighttrg cerem my. Musical selections will be offered ton Towers Group lunchcu" b} Ed ie Michaelpanied mlay at the Seville Hotel will re a film on the life of Hen Szold Entertainment will rtted by Mrs. Hattie WagMrs Olga Bibor Stei n, pianist. %  Ht zi Group luncheon will be fnited Fund Hears Report ivislon chairmen oi the United Fund of Dale County were to Thursday. 6:30 p.m.. at a dinner reporl n ling in the Uupont Hotel for a imal countdown on the 1962 UF drive here. As of Wednesday, United Fund officials tabulated S2.657.055 in nqes. which still leaves Dad* County's once-a-year, single-gift oaign for 39 health, welfare, and character-building agencies 0,907 short. ilo-ts at the Thursday function were to be The Miami Herald and News. Jay I. Kislak, campaign Chairman, was .scheduled to the goal report at the meeting. The Opera Guild of (irealer Miami SUGGESTS THE PERFECT CHANUKA G/FT! Tickets to the Opera IAN0N with Anna Moffo MADAME BUTTERFLY WEDNESDAY. JAN. 23rd WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20th MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM TICKETS NOW FR 1-5153 and JE 1-0477 entertaining ideas Emilio Pucci New color-drenched silks by the maestro of casual elegance, spectacular for greeting guests! Shown from our own Pucci Shop, the new mecca for individualists: Two-pa set in printed silk; skirt-pants with bias-cut bolero, 150.00 Silk stretch pants. 55.00 Silk triangle top. 40.00 I^KPUCCI SHOP, THIRD FIOOR %  ^ MIAMI ST0 ONll 'OPEN EVERY NIGHT, BUT NOT ON SUNDAY!



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UN Chief Von Horn Back From Talks With Syrians As Israel Warns of Wearing Patience Page 10-B the oman ; r W. r U dfewlslri Floridlfian Miami, Florida. Friday, December 14, 1962 Section E Committee of Hebrew Academy Women, with the cooperation of Bill Goldring, banquet manager of the Deauville Hotel, plan the colorful and elaborate decorations for the 15th ial scholarship dinner Sunday evening. Left to right are Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Goldring, and Mrs. Leonard Rosen. I Other members of the committee (not shown) are Mesdames [Ben I. Binder. Joseph Cohen, Jack A. Cantor and Wolfie Colen. (For complete detail?, see Page 10-A.) Academy Fete Plans Blue-Gold Scheme \ blue and gold color scheme been ek the 15th an..' -i 11 .... i ihi| dlnm i ol the HeI Academy i the Deauville Motel. Lbras and fk ral centerpieces will Lfid el to thi decorations I by .' committ) e of \cad\ pn headed by Mesdames %  Ri n •'., :i i B nder, hi n .i : ; \ Cantor. Woll e and Joseph Shapiro, esses v ill include Mes %  l/".-.i Met itzer Elai rj L t, Samuel Ri ihard, Maurice I -.Charles Chi rcowsky, JerBienenfeld. Adolf Blank. Louis A. Bunim, Samuel Cohen, Max Deakter, Louis DeCoveny, Morris Dubler. Irving Fir el, Jacob Pish man. Charles Fruchtman, H nrj Gcwitz, Hyman Galbut. Ben Zion Gin burg, Pauline Grundwerg, Nat Glickman, Morris Goldlard, Joseph Gonshor. \! Henry Hrnudm. gei", Hyman J'ablon. Milton Kahn, Jacob Kaufman, i Kimmel, Rfriry Ki r Aaron S. Lauer, Oscar Mamber Henry Penchansky, Jacob Rifkin .lulius Roscnstein, Irving E. Miller. Solomon Sandier. Jerry Schech (i Sam Shapiro, Virginia Sdver\l. n Rcsenhouse, and Matthew Zuckerman. Mrs. Grossinger Tribute Planned Mrs, Samuel T Sapiro, chairman ol the "Florida Woman of the V ar' luncheon, slated for the Eden Hoc Hotel on Friday afternoon, Jan n. this week released a partial list ol sponsors ol the gala [unction. The sponsors, many of national and stale-wide renown, are among •hose who will pay tribute to Mrs, i rime Grossinger for her humanitarian en ep.vors during the course bj the gala function, which is spon-i'i'c


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Page 4-B +Jmist\fhrkHc%r Friday. December 14. 1983 Israel Ambassador Darom Will be Patron Of Bond Ball Dec. 22 at Fontainebleau be (heir role :r's Bc!l are seme of deh -.%  Bra" ever.:. Discussing plans v. them b. Meyers third : grand hot— z: the ball, which will take place Saturday evening, Dec. 22 at the Fonl trill also serve on the host committee for a "tea-danscnt" to be : ~L,or 16 in the '..: %  it the / ... eft are I Icel, Mrs. Meyers I Daine Luban and her Lee Haven. Dedication Party to Help Finish Council 'Miami Classroom' in Jerusalem School Invitation* are beir.5 nailed for ne dedication and celebration pary of the National Council of Jew-h Women. Greater Miami Seckga'l Rwm at the new Co'ineilwilt Hebrea Universitj High n Jerusalem. Tlie %  eeondiry wheel, on the campus of Heemphasizes pracThis is where a lasting friendship begins... with your first taste of Dromedam DATE-NUT ROLL J made with crisp, chunny walnuts and th world's choicest dates! Mrs. Aaron Farr. chairman, and Mrs. Bernard Abel, vice chairman of the Committee of 200. are in charge of the campaign to raise the balance of the money needed to dedicate Miami's own el. room. Over half of the funds were raised by Greater Miami Section's tour of Europe and Israel last summer. The Committee of 280, composed of donorfor the Miami classroom. will be honored on Wednesday. Dee. 26. form 2 to 4 p.m.. at the home of Judge and Mr Cypen. 32f W ir.L.do Dr. Dil. The Cyp> iust returned from Israel, where they %  completed H nl 1 Committee mem imed h> Mrs, Raymond R Rubin. Je in C. Lebmai Thi Ball 'o be Gei %  rpeeted to he Of tin %  <"!ai .\i ami. Samuel Friedland the Greater Miami I-r.iel Bond aadMtJon, ander whOM auea the Ambassador's Ball is held, ar.r that Abram Darom. I-ra.-l Ambassador to the Lnited Nations, and Mrs. Darom ill b' ipeeial repre 1 ei to this year Saturday eve;. !)' %  ( Tl. at the Font jinebleau Hotel. for the zi';-> •vant, which will bring ) climax the 1962 Israel Bond efl member* of the diplon inder 'he chairmai Mr and Mrl M'.e and member Brci ner host %  %  I'll; 1 ••111 the Ai .if %  >h.Am .n a anci the prei ceremomi are children or grandchildren of pering i;2 fsrael Bond Trustees, Builders, Guard and Sponsors Ambass m 1.1 f"r emosl member of hicount Ti NOW label mm it's hasacr -.3 erj-3/ DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE NOT ORANGE NUT 1 BAHAMA NUT ROLL '7JJ\ Gifts of Distinction 2164 PONCE DC LEON ELVO. C3RAL GABIES, HI 8-5215 Often Until 9 P.M. thru Dtamber • GlfT BASKETS • BONDED FBJIT SHIPPERS • GIFTS FROA THE FOUR CORNERS OF THE WORLD • GOURMETS' SHOP I • INTERNATIONAL TELETOOD SERVICE HKS. BERNARD ABtl I I U -. 51 M; ers ai I lesi ion chairme: B I I coin. ': Beth El Ladies Honor Member mial din:. i %  .nan hly luncheon of the • the auditorium. At grocers everywhere A mmmm... F OOD & CHEESE 126 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHEESE HICKORY SMOKED BEEFSTICK • S.S. PIERCE FINE FOODS CUt Packaging and Shipping Hickory Farms of Ohio 5715 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI diplomatic eorps, and ha -. rael's repr. nntriea %  • to h:s appal %  I rector of li in Departmi I try of Israel, diplomatic representative in *;r>-i i id ai mini ti potent:ary to Yugoslavia a member of the Israel to the fourth and 14th -• the UN General Assembly B> rn ifl Santiago, Chile. A ador Darom is a graduate Lav School of the Univer Chile, and practiced in Sa ilist in criminal law \w director-general u[ l hile prisons, and was founder ditor of ''Reiis)i '!' %  i :• idor Darom is one leading lall 'on l \li:r: Chonuka Will Be Celebrated T er. met Tuesday afternoon at H %  .: or. Wa%  : r rga p m. That '•'• %  I filrr pr Mrs. Ruth B kur Choiim Will Hear Speaker %  • • he .'. tel. lebral lovely onions! Oi^onmvbred MATZOHS AMBASSADOR DAROM TETLEY TEA <"* A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there"i Yom Tor spirit in this fine tea..."flavor crashed" for fullest strength sod stimulatioo ... richer taste sad pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and between meai refreshment... | See and taste now oodles of flavor makes these sn..p•tp.irt m.itzoh-, %  welcome change frum hrcij ... go hand-in-hand with sour-v QsA, dishes! The mack su. gi\ci new life and ie zest lo dip* and spreai Onion f. iif



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Page 6-A r.knitlf' nuriidlUnir Friday, December U Whc Is A Jew? By MAX LERNER Chanuka, Yule Celebrations Studied A Daniel came to judgment in Israel—Brother David, bom Oswald ".ufeisen in Poland, now a Carmelite monk who insists (hat he is still a Jew and claims Israeli citizenship therefore by the Law of Return. The Israeli High Court, in a 4-1 vote, has denied his claim. The question of who is and is not a Jew goes beyond the horizon of the Jews themselves, and raise issues that apply to the consciousness and survival of any human group. The first thing to note is that, despite the decision that a convert I %  another religion cannot claim to have remained a Jew. the decision U not actually religion-oriented II the courl had adopted the rablinical law. which holds that an apostate cannot strip himself ol his Jewishness, Brother Daniel would have won his case lie lost exactly use the Law of Return is a secular one. and because the ju ges based their decision on the everyday meaning ol "Jew" to the ordinary Israeli. • • • It it here fhat you reach the heart of the decis : on. To the Israelis Jew does licit have to ina believer who prays and observes the ritand codes. He can be an agnostic or a free-thinker. But the one g he cannot do is to sever his ties with the experience ol his people by renouncing his faith. If he does that he leases to be a Jew organically tied to his people and cannot claim what would be his legal ts as a Jew what this amounts to i s that the Jews are not just a religion and ll just an ethnic stock. II tin v were the first then the religious law d be supreme in Israel. If the) were the second then Brother Daniel would,, having been born a Jew. never have ceased to be one. The Jews are. beyond religion and ethnic stock, a historical commun. y which has a common religious tradition and a long, painful and tragic—but also remarkably creative—common historical experience. The point is that by converting to another faith Brother David had broken with the historical community After what they have suffered, the Jews of Israel can scarcely be blamed it they feel that one who has made such a symbolic break can scarcely claim that he is still member of the community • • • One of the judges, in a concurring opinion, speaks of "the wellcVveloped instinct of self-preservation" which the Jews have displayed. I should myself prefer to call it a well-developed sense of identity as ii people. Curiously, this operated in the Middle Ages to hold on tenaciously to every Jew, even those who iwhether willingly or by coercion) had inverted. Now it operates to exclude from Jewish identity those \ ho have converted. In the earlier period the Jews as a people feared persecution and sought to keep from being fragmented. Today the Jews, especially those in Israel, are recapturing the pride of identity which ancient Israel had. and feel anew that to be accounted Jewish something of value, and not a matter of automatic right from birth I ore. This i s a measure of the distance the Jews have traveled since their irk days of martyrdom, whether in the Middle Ages or under the ii • • • The stumbling block in the decision was the fact that Brother el is the kind ot person he is. He took high risks during the ../ regime, working as interpreter for the Nazis in World War 11 secretly risking his life to help Jews escape. He loves his former I •: %  is loved In them, and still feels himself one of them. It is ard to tell such a man that he cannot come into Israeli citizenship by the Law of Return, but must register and qualify as all foreign imams do. Yet the very fact that Brother Daniel has fought as a moral man nst Nazi immorality brought the whole Nazi story into the picture roth.r Daniel was an anti-Nazi hero, but what counts in the conscious t of "guide lines for Detroit Jewrj tor dealing with the' problem in Detroit l %  in *anvl State Dep't. Appoints Gordon The I'nited States State Department has announced the appointment of Jack D. Gordon, president ol Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. as a home financing consultant for State Department missions in Latin America. Gordon has carried out missions for the State Department in Costa Rica. Nicaragua and Ethiopa. helping these countries to s,.t up national savings anel loan systems for the expansion ot home owner ship. In September. Gordon was invited by the I'nited Nations to attend the IN seminar e>n Latin American housing, held in Copenhagen schools The pTan< i ^ oul panel discussion at which ft „ indicated that :, %  < children in schools in suburban areas were riot expoJ ed to blatantly sectarian prograaTj The panelists also were told thatI when such programs have ben I presented. • school authorities hj,,| indicated sensitivity t,, t ne p^l lent! posed lor Jewish pupils, pj,. f ticularly in suburban areas, \* here I in many schools, attendant, jj Jewish children was ., rclativthl new school development In Dallas, the stress in (] ment ol the Jewish Welfare rH eration's community relat council statement was ings to Jewish parents to ^.4 trying to equate Chanuka cldn lions with Christmas and to ask on that basis, tor lor Chanuka in school pageaMJ The CRC also advised lewisow ents that it they wished to discus with their child's teacher or pn cipal a school practice uhichtki question," they should • plain they did so as iiuiiv.dius and not as "a represi >i iaj .lew ish communit} The committee als< parents that while it that "religious activitu the home or in Chun I 1 gogues and not in our pub schools," Jews would have torn] uc that we live in I part country where religionir.tr| tional life is emphasized Any si. stantial changes in such practiHlj will probably come only thruud careful and judicious discunwl between the groups responsible lq such changes CareEnousfh? lent in the ordinarj exp< riei ce ol Give a Family Holiday" gift to live better ELECTRICALLY i may rv in old fashioned idea, but .1 lot of modern folki .0. doing it miyeai > iking tl .a "I AMU Y HOLIDAY K giving and receiving major electrical appliance! They're popular practical prefi rred! A flajneleM electric rang* will make cooking cleaner, cooler and faster. An automatic electric di*hwa*hei will end foccvei the tedious daily chore A flatndeti electric clothci dryei will -jve lifting, lugging and doing piivupa MI .. dotbeeline. Or bw about a new fto-t free eli trie rt-frigerator-fretscr... r a fabulous color TV? Ii maker, KMC, doesn't it? Tic a biK red ribbon around a modern electrical appliance and make ii a "family holiday" one you'll ALL enjoy t,.r yeari,. come Visif your electrical appliance store new. And remember: thi$ year, the NEW LOOK in gift* i, ELECTRIC! 4 "ribai wMc&J^flameless S&Z& & %  **# AND CLECTIHC OIVINQ. TOO FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT CO. tltLHNO BUILO FLORIDA



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ridcy, December 14, 1962 Frido *Je*istifka ldian Pcge 5-E \fcrcign JjipLnaT* UJifc JZcaJs ^xcitmg jZifc Attractive, green-eyed Alisa D<>\i considers her husband's career i (i schedule her prime concern. Wife of Zeev Z. Dover. Consul of Israel for the Southeastern r< -;.>.i the United stales, and mother hree, Allsa can entertain TOO ier or represent her husband iff) ial "(i asiona ith equal V'isitirg here from the Israel • sulate in Atlanta as "Ambasaaof Goodwill" several weeks Consul Dover's schedule was de I thai he was unable to planned journey through the n area. Allsa made the n his stead, extending preeti island dignitaries In the rts at which they stopped. • : wherever we are." ex%  \ i\ i ious Mis.i in her charmj ent, "there is always open Mot only do communit) and ,! leaders come, bul also • i sted in I ..' %  arts music, : Alisa ,-; %  ai de i painter, a d • I h r oils re exhibi i ': i iseum m AilsI 11 •'. • i.i.nilv llVI d ill -ie. Acctaf on Children • Fami!) seith d in Israel 'when Tel Aviv was notli .i tan ." In her teens, she the Youth Movement, and lie later, the Mogen David similar lo the Red Cross. .i her future husband in 1942, the second World War, they w< re both sen ing in David Aooni, and two years I hey were married. was in the eal %  > %  years ot i'is .i. u hile Zeev saw ser Opti-Mrs. Club I crs Reports \ ,.;. '..} meeting of the Opti* I Of" Mi;.:ni Beach was • sdaj al the Barcelona .'•i e membei • race i ed a i i heir IM s i major fundhe : %  < ir. n n ni • i b itn I • neon den Roc Hotel on De< gi up men n and saw :• Nun: I %  ill bi .MOM I. M. V nled of I iical, "Milk and M n i aj Sonnet! is of tl i ib .Ah Israel P rty Tuesday i th Israel Sisterhood is hav • banuka party on Tu, sdaj Davi I I.ehrfield and Can iiraham Self will officiate. I. B Elsenstein, Sisterhood 'nit, announced that Mrs •I Hornstein, vice president, is iring the affair. I Ruppert, hospitality %  .m. assisted l>y Mrs. II.UIN Mrs Etta Mandel ami Mis. %  I. will serve the tradiDorothy Dlott, vice presi ill take over the Golden r the party Alisa Dover (center) chats with the Prime Minister of Jamaica and his wife at a stopover during the recent Shalom Cruise aboard the SS Jerusalem. vice during Israel's War of Libera-, nnd Edna, in. were both bo tion," reminisced Mrs, Dover, 'that I gave m\ entire attention to mj children." Simona. now 1G. Tel Aviv. Then the family went to Jeru-alem. and her hushand entered the diplomatic service of his country. Their son Yorani, 4. was born a few months before they left Australia, where they had been posted for four years. A few years at home, and then Consul Dover was transferred to Atlanta. There, the family lives in a lovely, ante-bellum colonial house with extensive grounds, where Alisa is hostess to countless groups, large and small. Very much interested in the preparation and serving ot food, Alisa collects native recipes wherever she travels, frequently adding one CXOtic dish Irani the Near Bast, China or Russia to an otherwise conventional meal. Community-Conscious Or she'll serve an entire Israeli meal, as she did recently when a dozen couples returned tu her home foi supper, following a concert During the Rosh Hashona holiday just past, almost lot) people "cropped by" to wish the family a Happy New Year, Alisa recalls. Soon, she was serving Kreplach, honey cake, and sweet wine to 1 everyone's obvious delight. Alisa. friendly and interested in people, always participates in the cultural and community lite of the locale in which she finds herself, In Atlanta, she belongs to the Art Society and Symphony, and attends Hadassah and ZOA meetings wherever she can find the time. "Always, I find," she relatewith a twinkle in her eye, "that am assigned to the dais, wher all I can do is look at the men 1 • hers. Hut that it not what I want so I call the president, and tell her '. wish to mingle and talk to men hers, not just look at them." Problems Abroad On the feminine problem i : clothes. "It isn't easy to anucipai everj occasion which may arise 0 a trip." Says the chic Mrs. Do> • er. "I have a great many of m clothes made in Israel, so itstea of trying to dress as everyone els is dressed, I concern myself wit wearing individual lashi.ni' Because oi the extensivi trav j ing she and her children h ive ha to do as part of a r<>\ in dipli mat's family. Alisa is certain th; ; th:' frequent char %  10I has helped rather than n her youngsters' scholastic achic i merts. Of course. Ih';> ail spea their native Hebrew, and 0111 French, and Simona. the 16-yea eld. has skipped and is now a set %  lor in high school. As Israelis representing the: government abroad, liie is t.i <. Hiring for all the Dovers, Meeting the great and near-great in th news headlines of the world is thei • natural lot. So is moving Iron country to country. But this ha j its problems, as Alisa only del %  cately hints. (TOllwok TME STOHI WITH TH( CHRISTMAS UAH r\ • %  • \, mmumL THE STORE WITH THE CHRISTMAS HAIR %  -key Will Go To Blood Donors \ turkey will be given t" bj tinJewish War Vet< ies' Uixiliarj Tost 330, Mini Beach, and American Legion -t 83 hospital unit will he at Lett Hall. i82fl \ii,m Rd between a.m. and 7 p.m., on Thursday i >ec. 20. Ben Goldberg and Mrs. Irving operman are chairmen. Irving •pcrman is commander, and _''l'ss Edith Fcingold is president. fWatfl a halula u aifl frrstt from floritla! Ail Indian RIVLT fruit, the finest, most delicious gift you can send north from Florida 1 Holiday sprvials! > 2 BUSHEL GRAPEFRUIT .".."JO Your choice: Duncan s, White Marsh Seedless, Red Rubv, or Pink Seedless. 25-LB. BOX NAVEL ORANGES .". 15 Giant seedless oranges in gay holiday gift box. 25-LB. BOX PINEAPPLE-ORANGES .".2.*S D e Mile and HaiHin Ju.ce oranges in gift box. 13-ti :i.!K"> Mso sent '* %  p ,,y express and .... the res,1 your fr H*irv CtfANU*** I CITRUS FRUI %  i.wderdale and orlando FR 4-7251 hapfuj chmmmkah from jm aiul bartons! oldie greeting cords your name, can be mailed as %  a .**(•<* Luscious miniature Bartonettes with 19 diffen lers mlticclored 'mosaic n bo, ik, parve cr assorti .1 ?.f>K Chanukah s box holds treasure of lollvpcps, chccc' I coins, i, jndies, box ;"*$':* .iERE, first floor, i ni and foi I : %  <-"



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riCw December 14. 1962 vJewist noridicir Pcge 5-A Israel Hits Back at Arab Propaganda SHIP b < !ren cl Temple B*th Sholom participate in Chanuka A-Box" prcgram. From left ore Cindy Simon, Bonnie ..on, David Berkmnn, Neal Aronsor., Lee Anne Smith, ten Miller. As In years pa c t, children o( Temple Beth n •a ked to bring a ciift for a kindergarten !. • 'el. Tovs and materia's are being collected in om through Dec. 16. This is a combined project of the i Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, 'eau ci Fewi-ih Education, and the Jewish schools of the • M •i area. Convert Bro. Daniel Wanted A Sure Path to Salvation -Ai.L\; '.i I \ The ol • c a Jev 'an reJewl'l i i n il afti r i I to a i •' • r : lit plac %  •,. • s Supreme < %  mer.l b( se ir.vo i or %  c I 'Ministry ol the I ., ise .> Israi li I 4> the Lav el Re > {ranted lo %  l).. % %  who, ..Oswald i • rtpfi to Chri 12 in Pota id The p'aintifl %  i i jn I in 1959 and a ( %  istery in onj 'hito Rranl I • • • %  %  %  %  ; %  as not ... i %  Uve hours, the f\ e : dk uttmc SHAIOM ntcn.ii .i" rneys before a i rtroom t Hod !•> capac'ty by an • udi( nee hi h include I n i iks • in The f'J'c Attorney, quoling from rabbinical li arature, Jewish h : Morians, sociologists, Thei >r Htrzl's writings and a vast Me of 01 her sources, contended that the aoosta.e rot only abandorf ll.e Jewish rjligion but also his people and hence separated himself from the Jewish people of whom, ard only for whom, the Law of Return wa; enac.id. il,said thai the State of Israel thi Jews '. the world ho converted to Chris%  • • | Jew I" m the vi i ol be! >.-.i.-' i" ii"' thai h m II by 1 • ol • cor.vi %  %  |, ti lew" ii' • ,,.,.• %  icr.tifu % %  ul %  it til Li il th ,i the ti -.1, .' means o te professing the j,u: ion He added thai the ,, nvi rl vi up his Polish citi,-, • shi| ; to I rael because he fell himsell to be a Jewish national, In 1948, the atlornej said, the convert even wanted to take part in Israel's War ot Independence but was not permitted to do so bj his Catholic order. Refeisen comes from a Polish tra litional Jewish family ami has .. brother in a kibbutz He posed as a Christian during World War 11 and served as an Interpreter in .. Nazi SS unit, utilizing his post to save Jews and to work with the anti-Nazi underground. When he was discovered, he fled to a near by nunnerj where he spent some lime ard became a convert !**-' er he Joined a group of Russian partisans with whom he remained until the end of the war Continued from Page 1-A "can there be any question in anyone's mind as t>. who were the ag-, gressors in Palestine, who deliberately iried to destroy the Unil id Nations resolution by force of arms, who set in motion the exo 'us ol the Arab refugees, v. ho sent their armies man ling .. %  thi ir into another country, who il w is thai n [used to stop Ihe !' hting, until they were actually defeat) d on the field ol I al He touched on the Arab charges .i mism" by telling the committee that there was one way %  guard against such an eventuality.:i • drafting i < a peace treaty between the Arab states and Israel. "Let them." be challenged, "solemnly enter into a non-aggression pact renouncing the use of force. Let them enter into disarmament arrangements, with mutual inspection and control. Let them obtain United Nations guarantees or Great Power guarantees for their territorial integrity. Israel is willing to consider any or all of these measures, and in tact has proposed them. It is the Arab States who reject them." He then came to the antiSemitic barrage which has been lod here by Russein Zulfacar Sabri, Egypt's Deputy Foreign Minister, and Ahmad Shukairy, Saudi Arabian celegation chairman, backed by a half-dozen other Arab spokesmen. He referred also to Shukairy's endorsement of the anti-Semitic Tacuara movement in Argentina and his call for "adoption" of Tacuara by the United Nations. He tcld the committee: "What surprises one is that the cry of Nazism is raised by those whose associations with it makes them so vulnerable." .Mr. Comay alluded to the fact that Egypt has given "key" positions to former SS officers, especially in its propaganda apparatus against Israel and against Jews. He charged by implication that the Arab delegations were part of a new neo-Nazineo-Fascist international, saying: "We have known for some time that certain Arab representatives and propagandists in the United States. Latin America and elsewhere, have been maintaining contacts with neo-Nazi an; 1 Fascist groups, and seeking cooperati with them in order to exploit antiSemitism as a political v %  We woull hope that Mr. Shukai blessing bestowed upon the Tacuara group will s. rve to locus attention on this phenomem n. and produce a backwash of public sen timent inside and outside the United Nation-. "Not everyone, however, makes statements as revealing as that ol the representative of Saudi Arabia. The technique of Mr. Sabri is a little less clumsy. It consists in trying to pin the Nazi label onto Israel and Zionism, in the hope that the public mind may be confuted as between Hitlerism and those i 0 whom it has caused such untold suffering The public mind will draw its own conclusthcr prot< I a ainsl the Arabs' anl Semitic drive at the UN pointing specifically to the • gross an I vicious defamation of the Jewish people" by Egypt's Foreign Minister ;, senl to Adlai Stevenson, chairman ol tii" American delegation to the IN. by Will Maslow, executive director of the American Jew. isb Congress. "The United Na> Mr, Mai low told Mr. Stevenson, "cannot allow itself to he exploited for the purpose of spreading the scatology of international anti-Semitism." Testimonial Fetes Democratic Club Election Beach Leader Metro Commission chairman Alex S. Gordon and Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka participated in a testimonial dinner to Miami Beach business and civic leader Al Sherman last Thursday night. Affair was sponsored by the South Beach Men's Club in the Terrace R6om of Southgate Towers. Sherman is a past president and founder of the civic organization. Other officials attending included Metro Commissioners Harold B. Spaet and Chuck Hall, former Mayor D. Lee Powell. Chamber of Commerce president. Parks Rusk. Maurice Kevitz, Jack S. Popick. Milton Sirkin and Leonard Baker. Sherman, vice president ot Mechanics Uniform Service, is president of the 100 Club of Dade County, and a past president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. He has also served as chairman of the services and professional division of the Beach Chamber of Com Democratic Club of Miami Beach will meet next Wednesday evening in the Terrace Room of the Sea Isle Hotel. Wally Cluck, president, said that election of officers will be held. Menorah Ladies Planning Social Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold its annual paid-up membership party en Wednesday evening in the Temple -ocial hall. Mrs. Joseph Feldman. program vice president, will present "A Story to Remember." with a cast ol members, including Mcsdames Herbert Kaplan. Margaret Blistein, Joseph Feldman. Norman Harrow and William Carmel. Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president. rr.crce, secretary of the Greater Miami Chapter of Technion, and comptroller of the Jewish National Fund ol Greater Miami. that's right! Hebrew Groups Elects Shalom \'i president of Moadon, HeI A peaking cultural group of Miami, la Irving Shalom. 0 ., cepted the gavel from out preal ant, Dr. Nathaniel •onsultanl I f the Bureau ot Jewia Education, last week I night, \. j resei I director of chapel [emple Menorah. ^halora i> a graduate of Teachen %  of Vilna, Poland. Since tomini to Miami U years ago. he bai served or. the staff ot the He I b;ew fccademj and Hebrew High Li .i: Id the Dost of educational director at Israelite Ccn tor other officers elected at the eeremon) held al Washington Fed era) are Isaiah Adler and Harry peracb vice presidents; David preedinan and Dr. Soroif, honor„, presidents; Zev Agranoye, treasurer; Saul Porush. recording secretary; and Mrs Anna Sintow, corresponding secrctarj gervii | on the executive com mittee chaired bj Krcedman an Aaron A. Center, Irving Liftman and Mesdamea Chaya Frer-dman A Lii'bmaii, Harrx Perac.i. and Viceroy's got the taste that's right] Sunc filter cigarettes taste too strong-jusl like the unfiltered kind, Some taste too light-and they're no fun at all. Bui Viccro) tastes the waj you'd like a niter cigarette to taste. Smoke all seven ol the leading filtci brands.and • mil B „ee some taste too strong some taste too light ..but Vi ccr0 y's got th. i stc that's right. 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Friday. December 14, 1962 vJenisfi fk.iri'dliirhin Page 7-A Teens Split on Sectarian School Prayers As Meredith Case Brings Discerning Eye F.veryone wanted to talk at the workshops conducted as part of the ninth annual teen-age conclave of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Sunday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Computers Need Intelligent Use Today, Center Teen-Age Conclave Told Here FOR VIEW Of THF KINNIOY ADMINISTRATION Sit SEC. B To be prepared t<> face a world crisis, teen-agers need to have ini llectual curiosity, tenacity, a sense of purpose and a loyalty to arger ideals. Tins was the heart ii the keynote address presented u Dr. Edward J. Fox, of the University of Miami, to an assembled uoner of Jewish youth Sundav tternoon (lathered together tor the ninth annual teen-age conclave of the Greater Miami Jewish Community i ;, r, 300 delegates heard Dr. ox, chairman of the I'M Marketng Department, urge the youth of aj to be true to themselves, t" M arch for the truth and to speak their minds if they wished to rise to the challenge ui the times "Bra'ns and skills are not enough," said Dr. Fox. "The future lies not with the computer, but with those who have the Knesset Nixes Spy Case Quiz Continued from Page 1A he trust and confidence of top -ii... security personnel long at 1.1 (he warning. He said it would Ihe task of a formal inquiry to • M stigate whal he called "apparl> blatant breaehe-' in Israel's 11 service machtnerj Ihe Prime Minister, speaking in hicapacitj of Defense Minister, rically denied that he frei mlj consulted with Beer on matters. The Prime Mln -ii:-.,id he ha l asked Beer t>> le a chapter in the history of Battle ol 1. at: m i. attcr Beer i, leased from the Armj and bi came a member ol the Gen Staff Beer, who holds the i lieutenant colonel in IArmy, was convicted and sentenced to 10 years. The Su r< mc Court upheld the conviction ,-i week, and added fi\c years to sentence, wisdom to know what to do with it." At the luncheon assembly, held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, the delegates also received congratulations from \ Budd Cutler. Center president, for their "excellent planning of n conclave around Ihe significant questions of the day Thirty Center teen clubwere rep resented at the event. Cutler also presented Ihe annual conununitj service award to the Ebbs Girls Club of Ihe North County Branch Susan Bell accepted the trophy for the club. Following the luncheon session. each of the delegalt s attended one lit workshops dealing with the central theme, 'Teens Read to a World in Crisis Ses-ions covered Cuba, Berlin, integration, nuclear war. the Kennedy Administration, prayer and the Supreme Court, automation and space. All workshops were moderated by prole-sional staff discussion leaders. Coordinator for the event was Donald LaBelle, North County Branch director. The luncheon was opened with an invocation by llillel Segal. The three conclave co-chairmen, who shared responsibility for conducting the meeting, were Jeffre) Blum. Sharon Gloger and Sharla Rohan. Karen Blum led the audience in the singing ol the national anthem The day came to a close with a talent -how and dance Public school prayers and the Supreme Court, and the meaning of the Mississippi experience in the Meredith case were analyzed and judged along with many other major problems of the times in eight different workshop sessions attended by 300 delegates lo the ninth annual teen-age conclave ol the Greater Miami Jewish Com munity Center. On the decision ol the Supreme Court regar iing the use of official prayerin public schools, the delegates were sharply split in their reactions There was about equal division between two contending viewpoints. One held that no religious observances belong in a public school because of an American tradition of separation of church and state. The other maintained that there was nothing wrong with "non-sectarian prayers." All agreed that no sectarian religious holidays or observances belonged in the schools and also agreed that a course of study in comparative religion would be very suitable. The arguments went as follows: • In favor of the Supreme Court decision: Religion is important, but it belongs in the home and place ol worship. There is no such thing as a non-sectarian prayer. Support of the Supreme Court deer-ion docnot mean one is atheistic. Teachers tend to give reliOrr to Speak At UN Meeting Former state Rep. John B. Orr, Jr., will be principal speaker al a meeting ol the United Nations Assn., Dec lit. 8 p.m., at the Wash ington Fe'deral Savings and Loan Assn.. 1234 Washington Ave. Orr will discuss "The United Na lions and the United States—A 17th Year Audit.'' in charge "t information is Mrs. Anna B. Weiss, 6020 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach. gtouS periods theno .•. n sectari in emphasis, thus offen ing others. • Against the Supreme Court decision: Non-sectarian prayers bring students closer together. To eliminate all religious references in public life would be impossible and even undesirable Tht ie Jew i-h students who are proud to be Jews ard strong in their faith are nil disturbed by public prayers in ihe schools. • On Ihe Meredith incident, the opinions went strongly in the following direction: • Public schools and colleges cannot decide for themselves whether to integrate or not. since this is a national policy. It would be morally wrong to leave a choice to each school. If any college refuses to accept integration voluntarily. Federal courts have the right to direct them to do so. States cannot be allowed to overrule the Federal government. which ultimately has the right lo use force if necessary. However, i: was unfortunate that the Federal government did not plan an approach with the states years ago. in order to avoid a showdown by force • In the Meredith case, they telt that the Governor acted in order to retain popular support, but had no right to reject a court order; that the student body -imply reflected the views of their parents and communities; and thai the Federal government handled the situation as well as it coul.l u • der the circumstances. • I'M the future, delegates i there was no denying thai I ir ; it be bitterness, violence possibl) ;. drop in academic Eta dards in the early stages ol :nt gi ..'urn. i ul thai these were ru essary evils unless the -late Fefleri I nerl could wor out the problems amicably; locally, that Dade County was making rood progress in conn, ction il i integration in the schools, and that a Meredith case could never happen in the Miami area unless excessive publicity created a situation. Contest Winners Slated for TV Winners of the Book Review contest held by the Bureau of Jei ish Education for schools in celebration of Jewish Book Month here were announced by Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau. Fust prize was won by Jeffrey L. Rosenberg, of Temple Beth Am. Second prize went to Bita Faye Norton, ol Israelite Center. Third prize went to Sheila Aronson. of. Temple Beth Am: fourth. Gail Re-nick, ol Dade Heights Jewish Ce ter; fifth, Cheryl Kitman. of TernI pie Beth Am. .Induewere Louis Schwartzman and Herbert Berger, of the Bureau's staff. The first three winnerwill appear on a special television pi •• -ram Sunday. 10:30 a.m.. on Channel 7. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will introduce the pro-ram. Schwart:man will interview the first Hire* winners, DURING IHE IEEI... BI SEE II Continued from Page 4-A Mr. I'.ban nevertheless stood before us representing a form of government concern to which he is particularly predisposed and for Which even the n a t l 0 n ol the high and the mighty, in cluiling our own. have finally come to give preeminent consideration. But once at the apex ol Israel's rebirth in our time. Mr Kban as Mini-ter of Education la today ded net at all among the n hento the Ben-Gut Ion lj nasty tomorrow Because he ivtcrrod repeatedly here to Israel's physical small neas alao finding it necessary to lustily this limitation in the taee of her great intellectual and spiritual achievement. I nil. red „p mj i m in a column that Mr Kbangrowing sensitivity possibl) reflects a new and unhapp> preoccupation for Israel s leaders general!) But I have since come to feel ,1,.,, ,, | s Mr Ebans preoccupation alone. Finally, he is at home, where the gigantic v.stas of his intellectually oriented mind perhaps find the confines of the real Israel's borders too narrow to contain them II this is more • I, ,n speculation, how sad for a man to whom thvast historic vision may have seemed far more meaningful and alive than the geographic dol thai has since become the stark and mlmscule reality for the finest hours At Ilaiuikkah and throughout the year...give and serve the finest whisky imported from Canada! Seagram s known by the (V'lipany it keeps : | ON bettll 1.0" I,., .*.., ..t nm < W t*>> ** %  • %  %  "•" Bon*',, m ,,,k e "•



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Friday. December 14, 1962 +Jewisl>Fhridlfon Jjar i ntei "M Sunday at the il Plaza Hotel wh le other people al two other workwere giving their serious lerationa to questions of space ration. reviewing the progress of %  oi Kennedy's term of oithe reactions were: • The President has made his 1 Si mark in foreign af! li< 11 ".1 great job" in handling %  %  > %  nt Cuban incident, He has • I slowly but effectively in Russian moves in the War This is seen especially in the willingness of Russia to ip their pressure for "troika"' rship in the United Nations. • More action is needed cflecto help Latin America 1 %  e should be more direct conwith the people and not only the leaders. The Peace Corps making a good contribution • On the domestic scene, the •n\ has rallied. The plans 1 tax reduction would help i er stimulate economic growth. • Fedi ral aid to education w as bul it should not include i ral control oi what is la %  schools, Religious -> I not be eligible !• r federal • Medical care I enior citiler s al se< % %  '•'• >va neC' >vei .'I be Aith I • 11 the hole, Pi e idenl K< n .1n ides in the .. %  : of of• He I in mai n stige "i 1 keeping il out of war. He led < rlsis situal He has become 1 on, and he has been reater support for his pro ress We should al we may find out. • snae exploration may pro -bout • ins ot the universe, %  lay provide better answers ilal le for impi lot on earth. Overpi tion may in become a reason for seeking (.'JUT planet., to colonize. • In addition to selenitic reason-, space exploration is important for military reasons because other countries will be taking advantages of these possibilities, • While some thought we were 1 spending too much money on space projects, other felt that the results would justify the expenditure-. • Life probably exists on other planets, ft is likely that there is a planet with more ideal living conditions than the earth. Although people maj tear contact with other forms of life, the results are hound to be good in the long run through the increased knowledge that is -amed. on Saturday morning. Dec. 15, in the main sanctuary at Beth David. An eighth grade student at South Miami Junior High, the celebrant plays the violin and writes music. His outside interests are stamp and coin-collecting, and sports. Following the services, the parents of the Bar .Mitzvah will be hosts at the Kiddush. Gary Salem Temple Beth Am will be the site 1 : the Bar Mit/.vah oi Garj Salem 1 ning, Dee 15, with %  • Mr. and Mrs. .lack Salt m, SW 126th Rd., v ill honor their son al a rec ption and luncheon al Westbrooki Country Club following the ceremony. David Gill Bar Mitzvah ol David, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gill, will be celebrated on Saturday morning, Dee 15, at Temple Kmanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. \n eighth grade student at Ida 1 M. Fisher Junior High. David is interested in art, sports and dancing. A reception in his honor will be %  %  -i 011 S| was the presented to one \ which allowed its ima • rein, as it drew the lol HI. elusion.-: • %  re ino question thai man 1 trj to explore space and ich the moon and other plan exploration into unknown Pharmacists Hear Clinic Chief Principal speaker at the Phar tii .1! \--:i. mi eting hel Dec 1 al the Duponl Plaza Hotel was Dr, Louis N Gould, chiel of the I H) gicne Clinic at the V A. Hospit il in Coral Gabli s. Miss Mari in Hem %  luca tional r oi the Mental 1 ssed tli" : Pharmaceutians to par. H %  Fail I May 1 Senior C?fizer?s Program Set Vnne Fi meet 1 a i p a i Cafeterit 155 Cora! Ira S '•" '"' f ,,u pn gram al the er Miami Jev ish Community Center, will speak. Program will also include a choral group and folk dance presentation. BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY -ndr Strict Supervision of the O-fodox V.i I I H-.katr.ruth of Florlrt* Rabbi Dr. Iliac H. Evl 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVHO — CONGENIAL SURROUNDING* mOOtt* IQUIPMM A mvmHINGS THEPBOOr BUIlOiNC "MO Collins Ave. Ph. JE 3571 Miami Beach held that evening in the Terrace Room of Southgate Towers. 0 • Selina Decky Selina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decky, will be Bas Mitzvah during services conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman at Temple Etnanu E! on Saturday morning. Dec. 15. A student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, Selina has appeared in several shows presented by Ruth Foreman. She will be honored al Kiddush in her h ime following the cereI that evenl z at a reception in the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Henry Denison Saturday mon -. Dee. 15, al Temple Beth Sholom, will include the Bar Mitzvah of Henry Denison, with Rabbi Leon Kronish. officiating. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Denison, the celebrant is a student in the confirmation class oE S724. Michael Yunes Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Yunes during Saturday morning services, Dec, 15, at Temp!.; Km a nu El. Michael ian eighth grade student al Nautilus Junior Huh. plays clarinet in the school hand, and is ,1 ten sted in golf. Mr. and Mrs. Raphael K. Yum i v ill Ii mor their son at a r 1 eptii i:; their hi me in the evening. Testimonta! W!!! Honor Pallet A testimonial luncheon honoring E. 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Friday. December 14, 1962 Jen #*f Ffor/JJfon Page 3-A ACCOUNTANTS AMD PHY$fC/4NS RfAD/fD idge Cypen Will Chair Professions jivision of 1963 Combined Appeal CONSTRUCTION UNIT HOI 11A DR. HAROLD RAND HOWARD MIMR BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. ilBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Avc, Miami Boach JE 1-1969 JE l-6'.50 Judge Irving Cypcn will be overall chairman of the Professional Divisions of the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, Samuel Friedland and Ernest Janis, co chairmen of the 1963 CIA, announced Circuit Judge Cypen's appointment on Wednesday*: Judge < ypen will he ID to guide and counsel the participation of members Of the many participating professional groups in the 1963 CJA campaign, honoring the 25th anniversary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the silver annivcrsarv of the United Jewish Appeal. Judge Cypcn is a vice president of Federation, chairman of its Jewish Communal Foundation, ar.d of the planning committee. A vice president of Temple Emanu-EI, he is also president of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Howard \. Miller, president of the Dade County chapter of the Florida Institute of CPA's. who served as chairman of the Account ant's Division in the past, has against accepted the chairmanship of this important group. A. B. Wiener. 1962 chairman of Accountants, will work closely with Miller as co-chairman in the coming campaign, Two leading physicians, Dr Harold Hand, president of the Miami Heart Institute, who has led the Physicians' Division in previous years, will coordinate the activities of the Miami physicians, and Dr. Stanley Prehling Will coordinate the actitivies "I Miami Beach physicians. Gentleman 26 Wishes Room with or without boord in private family on Miami Beach. Prefers home with others in same age bracket. Call Isadore Fertel, Anchor Hotel JE 1-0325 T-.— .—.—.•—.r-.— IT*.— -— :—.'-.r-.T \T< IstobUsked im Home Owned Horn* Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? 1 Safe. Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY HOLEK "The Sign of Good Housekeeping COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK J CALL F R •refer Miami's Urea* lxteita*ef M Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITL€ ... & Qktract Co. 36 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 JUPGf IRVING CYPfN tilt. SlANUY fREHl/NG Emanu-EI Plans For New Year's Temple F.manu-El Brotherhood will sponsor a congregational dinner dance New Year's Eve at the Deauville Hotel, according to a joint announcement by Joseph M Lipton and Michael Sossin, presidents of the temple and brotherhood, respectively. "This will not be a fund-raising affair, but a get-together by the families of our congregation on a completely social an,! fraternal level." Lipton and Sossin said. The function will feature a complete meal, part of the Deauvillc's night club floor show, and special entertainment for the congregation. Named as chairman of the New Year's Eve fete was Louis Spector, brotherhood vice president. Al Zaolo, also a vice president, was designated co-chairman. Other committee members include Herman Laks, 0. J. RosenStrauch, Joseph Cohen, Ted Cohen, 25th Anniversary Unit to Meet Community leaders serving c i the committee to plan and launc3 the 25th anniWrsarycelebYirtWMl < the Greater Miami Jewish Feeler; • ti. n will hold their first meeting on Thursday evening. Dec. 20, 7:4 : p.m., at Temple Israel, it was ai %  nounced by Mrs. Stanley Myer-. cha'rman of the anniversary committee, Preliminary plans for the nice'ing of the committee of 100 coirniini.il leaders who will guide lh special 25th anniversary program will be outline;! by Mrs. Myers and ither leaders of the Fedcratioi "Twenty-five years of service b the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is a significant mileston in our life," Mrs. Myers stated. "In recognition oi this long an J illustrtious record of communit service, the committee is planning to mark the year with proper celti bration and commemoration. \\ know that this memorable anniversary will be a time for moving forward in service to our commur ity through Federation's humanitarian programs." living Firtel, Noah Fleisher. S' :'. Goldstein, William Kline, Jack Siverman, Milton Smith, Charles V einberg, Jules P. Channing. Judg Irving Cypen, Allen Goldberg, 11; • Ian II Kout. Dan Levine and Ge aid Schwartz. has 5 convenient offices to serve Dade County ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th ST. Open or add to your Dade Federal Savings Account by Thursday December 20* and earn from the 1* TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. 8th ST. ""? • EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th AVE. MAIN OFFICE 101 E.FLAGLER STREET NORTH MIAMI BRANCH 12370 N.W. 7th AVE. "One of the Nation's Oldest and largest" Federal ,d LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI liFT* 4 4 % I0SIPH M UPTON. Prewdent Sui inim accounia are inaured up to $10,000 by en agency of the Federal Government. PER ANNUM CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE PAYABLE t COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY TOO MM I i^N OOIIARS



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Page 10-B knlttntrMtor Friday. December 14. 1962 • • The Courier L>u C/cra/iT t^chwartz Here's the new fficers ol LawnUte Company: Victor = eiter, — l Sam Richman, \ o1 ind general manager; ce Shspard, general • %  '• Stanley _evine. I Alfred Groden, 1 Ne I -'Terr. Mailman, itch as s Zeta Bets Tau pi • c < ch mai of \ i Mayor Mai Englander s ssful coui car Jesaph K rman, i ( hie %  been named by Mel •pel .< Richard Tocktr a •'"-' >ne the six firms i %  n D. Ku rl I" : "' Ih; Milton Friedman, senioi Miami Municipal I ports tl I's program for reh the city's alcoholism program. Howard Berger, Lee Evans' assistant at the Miami-Metro News i i ( coordim I pn motional program for this area at the otham B Do sell Nebraska short, but George Mira and his tates tiouM give the Hurricanes a one-touchdown victory Funeral irect< r Themes M. Burns, Jr., of Riverside Memorial Chapels, is in 25th year with the national funeral home organisation, lie was one • a group of tour who in 1911 founded the Asan for Funeral Directors nd Embalmers for the State of Florida Dave Giesser, former txecuti i lirector oi th< Nal onal Children's Cardiac Hospital, in town ements for Yeshivs University in South Florida for Ken and heart i e will be discussed Saturday niyht. W< KR by Dr. Sanford Zahler in behalf of the Heart Jimmy Albert and his family left town tor his election as president of the Pap Cancer InLeo Ackerman, whose two-year term of office re ts fi rd meeting attended bj Leonard Egert, Gerald Lewis, Mr. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Sid Raffel, Leonard Egert, "ermci Bindai rivencr National Life Insurance Com> TheodoreS. Fi.-I'.el, oi Miami Beach, Harcld Abbott I New chai if the Miami ry B urd is Bill Adler, with Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. imj B enner Meyers also sen ard Morris Lipp, foren aw arded life n i p in the Lipp inow engineering consul Lea Ross, of the Har.k Meyer public rela' er. %  Hotel ASSD has renamed Irving Frankel, Fair! and on< lime vice president of the Jewish Murray Koretsky i^ one of the u, and Henry Mcrris, treasurer Or. Irving Lehrman n u es with h^ aid in the capturing ol an alleged thi • his I %  i then told Peace Justice Jason Berkman he wouldn't Annual meeting of the Muscular Dystrophy So [ South F will be held Sundaj afternoon at 2 at the > a!h Morrie Linn, director AI Green is the ni W pre* th AI Mahler and William Lehman among the trustees Letti Beach winter resident A. M. Sonnabend to local %  : tmencai i ommittee reminds them that the \ppeal arangement with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Nat Sokoioff, who came to Miami Beach to epreaeat Harrj Bn r an I ompany. replaces Cliff Straus as regi irector of the Jewish Theological Semi:..ol America Cliff, who Israel's ii lependence, has returned to %  H ial work afti r a long and r with Ml S pital, and Israi i B mds. Ray Wise. S in, is proud of acci mpli-hmeiits of of Ni a York Herald Tribune's top staffers in Washington, Irving Schulman rep rtS the latest addition to the household • hale ind hi artj Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox, local communal leadrs pend ha each year in Israel, are back in town after a in' Jewish State Dr. Tuvia Bar-liar, director general i. r-Ili %  I in Israel, and son of the late Rabbi Meyer Beriir, i cpected cl month at Coronet Hotel Han into Morris Alexander, (f Chicago, international commissioner of B'nai 'rith Israel Committo visiting his mother at the Blackstone Hotel The i H lifted t.> a partial apartment basis tie batt b tweei Beach's apartment house and hotel industry in %  ie South Shore area en hot fight, with leadership bj city mm rig the dis ighl by oeth sidei Wolfie Cohen's seriously thinking ol running again, bul Marcie Liberrr..n no longei considered a definite contender Foi \'. \ Paul Grond ;. eking up oi I In m the yi in town, bul Hrfrc'd Shapiro's n nts to the fori r as thi Victor Bennahum, director ol TourU Mr and Mr.. Charles Charcow Jewish Home for the Jewish Home for the Aged; vice president, Aged are (left to right) Bing Kossoff; chairman David Phillips; Judge Harold Spaet; Stanley of the joint Jewish Home for the Aged-Greater M. Beckerman; and Sam Resnick. Ceren. Miami Jewish Federation building and develwere last week at Doi glas Gardens. Syria Israel Border Coming to Boil • Leaders of the Jewish Home for the Aaed examine final blue prints and sign contract with Arkin Construction Co. fcr the million dollar expansion of the Ablin Memorial un-t of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami Constiuction will begin this week. Left to right are Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president and chairman of the campaign committee, which is seeking to laise £800.000; Circuit Court Judge Irving Cypen. president of the Home; and Stanley H. Arkin, assistant secretary of Arkin Construction Co. Breeders GrOUP ^hai Chapter Meeting Chai i '. pti r B'nai B'rith \\ am in. will have a regular meeting .> evening at the DeauviUe Hotel Program will include a ( hanuka -kit. and four past presi dents will speak on the B'nai B'rith story. Mrs. Jerri Cohen Is pro .lam \ ice president. Eyes Handicap The sio.ooo added Florida Breed I hampionship which will have its fourth running at Tropical Park or, Saturday. Dec 22. closed on Apr. 2 with a total ol 107 nomination! On Nov. 15. the nominators of 32 oi the Florida-bred two-year-olds made addition.! payments to keep their candidates eligible for the l i-16-niile test which was Inau ited in 195* to honor the mem i rj of the late James II Hi i one of the moving spirits behind Florida's thoroughbred sport in ad lition, Spring Hill Farm • Norcat. i n ol a supplen Additional s i >mi to Park's K.x u | Secretarj JTABy Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM Gen Kai Hern, duel ol the United N 1 1 itce Supervisor) I >ri ania Wednesday to I [i rmed lsr< missi in Da mas with reni I 1-rai the ; %  %  .II % % %  ha I I Tit I'N chiel ma e a > I. and • ed i ••: ;. in olficial ii cludn i met I>I Staff, that i ... %  the bordei situ i ... well as i i I <| lions ovei bi i %  •; "i he latest occurred last Tues c'ay whn an Israeli settlement meirber was injured during several heurs of shooting. [srai Ii sour< i indicated thai behavior ol the Syrians in the demilitai ized sone could be the measure ol the extent of Ihe I \ chief's success in his mission was to meet later Wednesday with Israeli Foreign Office officials further talks Tin Damascus Radio di Wednesday that Ihe talkwith G Von Horn had fai nounced that the Syrian civil I fense had been mobilized and ; >ate hospitals placed at thi S\ i arm) 's disposal AEPhi Planning Press Conference Ann al holida; luncheon ol AI |ha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Assn iplanned for We ncsda; Dec 26.1 11:30 a m„ at the Algiers Hotel i iver 200 members are expected ath r for the 20th anniver event. i will I e a pros i ence i Seniors to See Film on Cancer Next meeting of the Senior zei An oi Miami Beach a be held Tuesday, "• 30 p m ii Washini ton Federal ) ; ; Washi ve, Hi. blight ol the evi nil ii color film on how to pn %  nice b> Dr Mario : grii a. ed il director 1' Dade Count) unit of Ihe Km ei S i etJ Dr. Rudolph v D o I • [tei thi %  5evh El Lcrfies To Hear Pabb: Sisti Beth El Cot tion w ill mi'i: rues Is Dori I Hall. and Mrs A. 11 rsch w ill be %  ica Call SYLVIA AAILSEN JE 2-3231 YOU 1 ? 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Poge N +Jeist Ikrif&r Annual Patrons Dinner Dance Starring Alan Gale at Beth David Sunday Friday, December 14 1962 Bai %  -Philltc Schi*immed>ie past ptsideno' Bete, D*vic Conpre-catton ic cuTn vie* pre*'SCHEINBERG UNVEILING Th Dad MMDEl SCHEINBERG Sunoa v DecemtxM n AM •i Ml Nebe Ce>rr>e*e-\ I are N : ": am rr— c'a or rIMMJ •i"H :f % f ,-mr (' -M Df; M fM Mi He *Ki tha *"> iBts w! he mMkh *e nan%  MM • V.:: e Y: Bat Mrs Mr* A:• nJk Ha—' San entiu B B •--. It] American Rabbinate Supports Israel's Brother Daniel Decision STERKSMFM Y'oung Judaea Group Forming : • c Hoi %  Snaps Continued from Pao* 1-A I pro%  %  %  %  :• • r 1 Rafcbi OaHoai a* claw iirecte* %  -.? Mi o* Amer.can He:•- Ccnoreaatipri Ccmrr'Sor on InteHarfh Activitiei i*<* "* MMuM Mi maCe clear that ts t* rin no wav prepuce* 'he iMlftfflll o' Erotner Darnel* ptromirg an Israel oMaaa ;,*.'• Baal bai application tor • :e^ihp cannot be taked on The tact that he once e* or -*> BtHI com.der haaaatl *e b* Jaw iati n i pew *an An i TB be a J at a rtuEiou } %  ; % %  Temple lamore Teen-Acers I rr AFRICAN ISRAE. %  TMiirnn ETQH BEYER Funeral Home ANT 1666C NE TOttAVENJE NOtTf MIAMi BUCf Wi 7-86 c Atr* *. BP"tt r UWMDt LONtUI r\UR AND Mian! Hebrew Rook Store j • 11 THi SOJ1 %  i K. :5n iievd AVE TU 5".639 BEPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE i-rr>( %  kfeomi i >yrt i OWest StrparrKM Srooowe aeo-r* i &••>*•> S ctn a r k. f r aaMai A f eti tStaO.. CITS *M> •ortiTitS 417 Wo&kMftM a*. it 1 HI 7 NEW FACTORY-OUTLET DISCOUNT SALES PLAN SAVES YOU 15o TO 25 &. ON FIRST-OUAUTY GUARANTEED MEMORIAL MARKERS AND MONUMENTS Ttu nem ftromiinec lacto-v*ute>&a**< ur MW^ the usoa salesmar .-c-imiman. atone tr w* rr vavmps or 1 T5S tc 25V Coerif ir porst"r •*>• thow-ooms anc s*tec* the monuenonoma-tee*>*• uitor ft vounesdk Se< h>yoursol' owurturoattec laaBaBM tef ui wi aonpr aunnmc one attsttc c a-vine tr w a ecu ero>Meenorta mav be rnactor anMn> ir fate t.i t*ino?t ou!: %  aticr wittMM SOT otne tor manumrn' awoiiiill throwfatout oun*-v Al ••-* om-imerc We a- M.iir, < oidet' in; moc' *>xe>raoner manumeir debate -v Mtaaiisttac toove35 voars EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE DEALER *Df H^RMOK* .LK 5lTEIOf GRANITE ANt SMEIDO>rV^RArr R->Kr£ MHK OPE*. EVW > DiN EXCE" SATURDt' EVENINGS E x ANOINTMENT GSANrrf *aEMOIA. ARTS JEWS* DfVtSIO*. D Thurmond Monument Co. 3253 SJK Btfc STRffT HI 4-1614 THE OMIT 3-STOR> aUJlLDING IN TrC llOOk GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 34431 7U S 12* Ave-iue •rVar-; F.a >: sol ^ ;•• %  entjj ca t>c fe oeptf>c lowed onosarc V *v MO 1 7695 • PALMER MLMORULV sOa'f Jevrtfi BoiMwT* E.cWi.r ioawr -ROCK OF AGES FAMILY MEMORIALS i _>_ Scheduled LMveaiino* SUWi* DKEMCa Ub-1M2 alt. Keae Ceareter, ALFRED 0:XK RJCON. I:M P-IP;_-• : x ETMEl T &OLDMAN J pjtL I PALMER'S UniAV.I BJQMMI0V1 CC 2279 S t.:.• CONDOLENCE BASKETS : ; nt I FRUIT CIRCUS / .< -** BLSCAVNE IV I : FR 4-271 HI 4-E7S3 wowmwuu. mcmB • aa3 tOE aOULTv *•:



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Page 4-A +Jeist> HcrkJiairi Friday, December eJewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 .Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Publish**! rvtnr Friday sine* 1917 by The Jewish FlorldlfcB at iro N.K. Sixth Street. Miami 1. World*. Second-Claa* Poataee Paid at Miami, Florid*. The Jewiah Floridian. has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jewiah Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Aan., American Aaan. of Engluh. Jewnh Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian dw 'ruth of IIM merchandise advert -• i in lt column* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year Ss.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 50 Friday, December 14, 1962 17 Kislav 5723 UJA Silver Anniversary The United Jewish Appeal meeting in New York City last weekend did more than adopt a 1963 goal oi S96 million for next year's worldwide Jewish humanitarian needs. It did more than reelect Joseph Meyerhoff to a third term as general chairman. The meeting marked the 25th anniversary of UJA. Since its founding back in 1938, this organization has been performing unprecedented service in behalf of oppressed Jewry everywhere. The United Jewish Appeal was born in the dreadful days of the Hitler terror. Its purpose: to cope with the growing number of refugee needs — the multiple tragedies of uprooted persons, individuals isolated from communal ties, and families displaced by the racialreligious Nazi war directed against them. Throughout the years, the UJA responded magnificently, rising to its greatest heights in the tumultuous times attending the rebirth of the State of Israel. The United Jewish Appeal today is a worldwide symbol of efficient humanitarian endeavor carried out through the organization's farflung immigration assistance programs as exemplified by Joint Distribution Committee and Malben in Israel, among others. UJA, continuing its white-heat efforts to assist Jewish resettlement in Israel under the most impossible kind of migration conditions, this year also rose quickly to the huge task oi easing the mass exodus of Algeria Jewry in the wake of Algerian independence and the terror directed against the European community living there. In our own city, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is an affiliate of the United Jewish Appeal, which receives the lion's share of CJA's annual campaign effort. Twenty-five years of unstinting humanitarian endeavor is the enviable philanthropic record of UJA as it launches its silver anniversary across the nation. Hate Mail Loneliness There is a strange kind of loneliness a hate mailing arouses, especially a mailing which laughingly advocates your being gassed or put to death in some other kind of Nazi concentration camp way. The experience of Coral Gables businessman Samuel Blair is not unique. Many here have since found the same Rockwell-sponsored "literature" in their mail boxes over the weekend. Others, from time to time, discover different material of a similar nature addressed to them. The sad fact is that hate mail has become big business in our time, and no one knows this better than the bigots who traffic in it. What makes an experience such as Blair's lonely is the blank wall of official response with which it meets. Being shunted, as he was, from the FBI in Miami to the postal authorities in Miami to the inspector in charge of the post office at Atlanta, Ga., arouses resentment because it suggests a kind of lower echelon government indifference to this variety of vicious unAmericanism. In Blair's case, the solution has been gratuitously supplied by the bigot, himself, when Roger Foss, now serving a 180-day sentence for picketing the Florida office of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, wrote Blair a letter of "confession" that he had mailed the hate literature. We think that a shrug-off "finis" should not be applied so readily to this matter. Foss' ties to the American Nazi Party and George Lincoln Rockwell are well-documented. Unless OH TO THi SECOND FLOOR we are mistaken, this is the same man who, in August, 1960. was asked by the U.S. Government to register as a foreign agent because of his contacts with the Russian Embassy in Washington. An Associated Press dispatch appearing in the Aug. 13. 1960 edition of The Miami Herald reported Foss as having admitted receiving $500 from Valentin M. Ivanov, first secretary of the Soviet Embassy, in the form of an inducement to emigrate to the Soviet Union. According to the AP, these contacts took place before Foss decided to become a Nazi Party member. We revealed this relationship here in The Jewish Floridian following the arrest of Foss back in July. No notice has as yet been taken of it. Perhaps his current hate activities, well directed from behind prison bars in Miami, should finally encourage some official action. Hebrew Academy Dinner The Hebrew Academy will hold its annual dinner Sunday night. This is the school's fundraising effort in support of its scholarship program. Most of the students attending the Academy are either on partial or full scholarships. This year, the Academy can be especially proud on the occasion of its scholarship dinner. It is the first dinner since the Academy moved into its new million dollar facility at 2400 Pine Tree Dr. From its founding back in 1948, the Hebrew Academy has received national recognition for its bilingual bi-cultural school program. Even Israeli officials, including Israel's Minister of Education and Culture today, Abba Eban, and former Prime Minister Moshe Sharett, have visited the Academy in the past and congratulated both its staff and student body for their scholastic achievement. The dinner Sunday night will bring together a record attendance of Miamians who support the Hebrew Academy's goal of integrating a traditional Jewish education within the framework of a sound American elementary school experience. That the Academy's students consistently rate highest in Dade County achievement tests indicates the continuing fulfillment of this goal throughout the years of the school's operation. during the week ... is i see it by LEO MINDLIN IT IS HEARTENING & %  torney General GideL Hausner has resigned ft>~,wl position in Israel The, -J.1 nation is presumably DM suit of a different ,,( between Hsuan Joefph, now on ,. of Tanganyika I which still ren m .i!i-1 Pot th.not tell w h e t h evance toward Hausner is significant here; but i< iyft to be. Hausner .Ibe author of a recent series in i Sa M? Evening Post on the trial and execution of Adolf E I opening article be ins witfa Yosef Karsh-like port.. I reminiscent jf th • Rrtime photo oi Sir Winston Chui | boused Gn il Britain's indomitable spirit durmy tin I days of the straggle against Hitler. In the Post feature, the Eichmann story is subor powerful, full-page picture of Hausner in court regalia, his lct | clenched ;it the Imaginary lapels of his robe, his p I would-be signs of a wronged and now vengeful people B it %  rircmil bulldog expression staring past the sad present to a cerUb/gga victorious future, indeed represented all of Britain in her finest hour! Mr. Hausner. in true confessions magazine manner, represents asg| himself. I can think of nothing more unprofessional or degrading uJ highest purposes of the Eichmann trial than that Israe v> General submitted to being cast as the whole shew. It thi | editorial treatment is .it fault rather than Mr. Hausner. hi \ .j guilty of irresponsible and immature judgment — of a participation in the burlesque of one of the most awi in the history of jurisprudence. And. if it is UM sanctioned the series, then l must repeal what I have before: Israel has long been in desperate need of h.i~. in proper public relation-. Under any circumstances, that he permitted bimsell I of such a crudely commercial venture as the Saturda\ l stnes. for whatever reason ol explanation he may nov •: sufficient cause to welcome Mr llausner's resignation. %  :-:•:THI RIS[ Of ABBA tBAN COME SECOND THOUGHTS on Abba Ebans appearam, • eral weeks ago leave me saddened. I turned to the phonosripj for substantiation of my view of his oratory. A record in m\ .iorjrtI called Israel Speaks: From the Speeches of Abba Eban,' o-Jertjl complete corroborate. History, which is his vocabulary, and poetnl his language, joined forces in Mr. Ebans early thirties to bring sal to the apex of world Jewry's struggle for a homeland in Palesuat The stuff of the 2.000 year-long Jewish dream, formulated in tail thought processes of political Zionism, all seemed to unite at a singkl pressure point and a single instant in time to project Mr. Eban om| the international arena of the UN, where he became a remarkabl and eloquent spokesman for the ideals upon whose altar Herzl sacrificed his life some forty years earlier. There had beea] many advocates of Israel's rebirth prior to Mr. Eban. Sine* th turn of the century some died defending the dunams of earth the, bought and worked in a sandy Palestine. Others spoke no le-, pa* sionateJy, if somewhat less musically, at a thousand rallies, coo! gresses. and meetings in the convention halls scattered throi the world. But it was a kind of Carlyle-like effulgence of historic neces.itj.1 the sort of development for which Mr. Eban, himself, has a parUculirl affinity, that brought him to leadership at the moment of at'-jalinJ tion of the ancient Zionist dream. Thus ensconced, he became thcl first spokesman of Israel reborn in the sanctum of the United Ni-| tions. and in the capital city of the world's most powerful CO HIS mio row TMf CKUCIBU Of txrutiiKct COR TEN YEARS, Mr Eban reigned free, talking before the ..tell mighty, symbolizing the justification of history in the tictaj 2.000 years of unrelenting cruelty to the dispersed Jewish p(.j arguing the lightness of the new home in Palestine even as !>..- I detractors sought to destroy her on the field of battle, and in Bal political centers of government, where diplomacy and duplici• iflf often one and the same. Then, in Miami, late in 1959, he bid us and the nation g-wdbji to return home. Actually, it was to go home for the first tir [ in fact, her eloquent spokesman and knight of oratorical JJTM| though he was. Mr. Eban had not yet himself lived in Isra. told us at the time that he was leaving because of this very reaM that he needed •new" contact with both the spirit and the r il of his people. But I. at least, shall never really know. Some close observe! of the Israeli scene have since told me that Mr. Eban did not much return as he was called back — summoned fn>m the gKunorwal arena of international politics to be given a stiff lesson m the primal of a real rather than ideal Israel. For the Israel Mr. Eban reprfJ sented. the Israel in whose behalf he argued brilliantly, was an Israel that existed no more. A full decade had passed since partiti v.. thel War of Liberation, and UN recognition and membership. Nisei HI longer needed justification in history, cruelly magnificent EbanetfWl rebuttals in debate against anti-Israel philosophers like th.' -nmeatl Prof. Arnold Toynbee, or poetic paeans of praise to the achie\.mesHI of her ancient prophets. Israel needed cold, hard-headed leaders*! in all the fields that make a modern nation viable: in industn coffl-l merce. technology, agriculture, and military science, amonc >tbem| And some said Mr. Eban had few of these qualities and needed forging in this crucible of experience. m mm SUMID MOM MiAMmoiui CO BACK HE went — to walk smack into a national ek %  > n,v | body wanted or could afford, and brought on by a Ben t.urion-l manufactured government crisis. And there. Mr. Eban found himself in the midst of a Mapai campaign, speaking on street enrnertl to crowds of 70 or 80. where before his musical orations shook thel halls of the world's leadership. In addition, he suddenly dis even wider gulfi between himself and the Israel he once represeatedj so exquisitely. For the Hebrew he spoke was a classic Hebrew the Hebrew of a century and 2.000 years before: it was all thi in either case, be, the master of rhetoric, did not speak thi of Israel reborn. And to, w ben Mr Eban rose to address us here sevei %  %  • 1 ( '" ,llli ""' I" Idened History, bis I "PH and ally In the arsenal of his most admirable intellei nnall) to have passed him by. Now Israels Itioistei ;, (l l ultu gust post than the on< I Continued on Page 7-A



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Friday, December 14, 1962 +Jewish rhridm&n Page 13-A SAYINGS OF FATHERS Pirke Aboth Chapter II Ktihhdu Toihanan. (We son of Zatyai. received ihr tradition from Hillfl anil Sliummai. Hf used to ..;\ 1/ thou hast learnt much Torah. ascribe not any merit to for thereunto wan thou ..;c.l. • • He said to them. Go forth and it< : i :. the '.-• od iw to i. hich Bdti ihould cleave. R. Ii ,c;er r\ [ood •<•. R, /oshud (did \ | %  •( friend; R. /me said. A neighbor; R. Simeon i foresee* the fruit of an R tlazar tatd, A good irt. Thereupon iir Mid to them pprove the HN :i-.c • Arach, rather than your rd "r in hit ivordi voun jr t ... : • R /octttM said T/ie ml eye, rhf indtion, and hatred ,.( his loiv-credtHrei drive a man out of uorlJ. R Elazdr said. Be eager to learn \tloU what aiuivei licver; ^riOH' alto b. r.;..tt todest and who thy % % %  I.,, wli" I lil /•... thee the | :'•• labor. i \\)iicstion tTjOX By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is a tractate of the Talmud called a "Masseket" or "Massekta?" It is believed that this term comes from a root meaning "to weave" and that the expression originally referred to the web or the woof of the loom. From this I source the expression came to sig. | nify a structure and then a com-! posite literary construction such as a tractate of the Talmud. Some commentaries draw a moral inference from this expression, by claiming that just as the passage back and forth of the loom makes the fabric ever stronger and better constructed, so does our going back and forth over the Talmudic tractate make our knowledge and our faith ever stronger and surer. It is interesting to note that the English word %  "text," coming from the Latin "textus" also had this >ame original meaning which stemmed from a weaving operation. • a • What is the origin of the nimtt of tha Hebrew months as we have I them today? The origin of the names of Hebrew months as we have them to-, day is admittedly Babylonian, as. the Talmud itself points out (Yeru-halmi, Rosh Hashona 1:2'. Before the Babylonian period the tendency was to refer to the months by means of numbers (i.e. Tishi is mentioned in the Bible as, Hi.' seventh month. Adar as the • Ifth month, etc ) although -ometimes a few names were used. ,-tcally, one can say that Hebrew tradition tried to make man think i tir.ie as a unity and to its subdivision! as components of that unity. K>pecially is this true in the atU nipt to start the count of the months in the Bible from Nissan. the month of the Exodus and redemption from Egypt, thus relating the notion of every month as tuing so far away from the great climax of the exodus. Even starting the count of the months from Ti-hri represents an attempt to draw attention to the creation of the world which took place on Tishri. In this way no date is an Isolated, event in Jewish history; hut all periods and events are but %  n extension of the creation of the world or the Exodus from Egypt. What an idealistic way this is of looking at human history! W hew the be i row itrxft comes ^noch.ing at Ml I). • • • and few ^ II Sn <7L C&Un Of JH iam i'. C&ligiou. Xif< Let Us Pay the Pledges Made in a Moment of Pain By RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN Rabbi Emeritus, Temple of Aaron Congregation, St. Paul, Minn. This week we read the third consecutive Sidrah devoted to significant episodes in Jacob's checkered life. II" had matched wits with Esau and La ban. He had tempered the jealousies between Le ih and Rachel. He had recoiled from the severe blow struck by Dinah's outrage and its horrifying consequences. His sons had just returned from the city of Shechem, laden with booty, alter they had slain all the males of the community. God's word came to him to return to'Beth El. where he was to build an altar in gratitude for God's appearance lo him. when he ran away from Esau who plotted to kill him. There was alo the vow he had made to give a tithe to God, of everything he possessed. We can ea>ily imagine that when Jacob told his sons of his intention to make good his pledge, they said: "Very well, pay your pledge. There is an abundance of gold and silver in the spoils we have taken. We shall have enough left, after the 10 percent is paid.'' s crvices *J li i s LU e c k e n a 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 prooT of their lateness. BABBI HERMAN COHEN ... paying one's pledge HGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ctrlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever. ;i.m. Sal nrtfs:nt; thai icill prevent \i>ii J, %  '": eating. I US TIBBON. came here, they vowed that if God would restore them to health and wholesome life, they would respond generously to worthwhile causes. The people who have come here have brought with them material possessions, honorably acquired. The time is ripe to go to "Beth-El" —to the House of God, which is symbolic of everything vital in Jewish life, and to pay the pledge made in a period of pain and adversity. rCeliqlon ar"lo'ii>a" In the*service* ions to me." They did so, and Jacob buried them in the ground. He]Saturday 8:46 a.m. btrmou: "Brotherwould pay his tithe with money honestly earned. j > '"" — • — Many of our people came to Florida in poor health, seeking the %  •J^JJ^^Jt toS^rSw.nt'' benefit of its balmy climate and invigorating sunshine. When they | Friday •" %  p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Daily ; ;ni a.in. — • — BETH TORAH. Ib4tn st. ana NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipechitz. Cantor Bcn-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 5:15 and *:3" p.m. Bocmon: "The Candlelifbtlng Ceremony, Pagan or piona. Consecration of 1-a students. Saturday SMT. a.m. liar Mitivah: Kribert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry FYi-edman. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 7S8 SW 18th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. l'riii.iy 8:30 p.m. CJueat spuaker. Barrett M. Rnthenbein. attorney. Topic: "Miami — Dateline. Israel." Saturday S:ti a.m. — • — OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. ConI eervative. Rabbi Harold Riehter. I Cantor Emanuel Mandel. l-Yiday 8:15 p.m. Barmon: "Touth ami the RynaienKUe." Junior I'nited SynaKOKUH Touth group will conduct services with gui-st speaker ESsta sicin. r. Saturday >s::ti> a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. FTIday 5:15 ami N : 1 ." %  p.m. Sermon: "Answer the Call." Ones siiabhat hosts: Mr, and Mrs. Mi.ha.-l Mabel In honor of their anniversary. Saturday :• a.m. — • — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Bth St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Chanuka Preparations. Saturday 'J a.m. Juni. r sen U es l"::'al a.m. ; performs m—Pope John XXIII •xpressed the hope that the results )f the first session of the Ecumencal Council which concluded here ast weekend would benefit both Catholics and non-Catholics. In a message summing up the work performed so far by the Council. he Pope declared: "We are hopeful for the results lhat can be expected in the future "rom the application of the Council's decisions, results not only for; be a completely modern-language he Catholic Church, but also for, version of the Old Testament, preour brothers who name themselves pared by a committee headed by after Christ, and also for the mul-; Dr. Harry M. Orlmsky. titudes of men who are bearers of j XX most ancient, glorious and precious | 117-Yo.r-Old Synagogue civilizations which have not to; BALT j M0 RE—(JTA)—A group of ear that the light of 0 ^ P c s Baltimore residents, acting Ihroueh night take anything away from tfcc Jewisn Hist orical Society of them." Asks Christian-Jewish Amity Maryland, has arranged to buy and restore the Lloyd Street Synagogue, the first in Maryland and ,ho. the fifth oldest Jewish House m ,hal Worship in the United States. of The structure, which has not •he Western world still faces "batave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. FYlda? S:15 p.m. Sermon: "The itti> AimlvVraarj of the UN Universal Dt'Claraiii'ii ..l lliiinan KiRhts." Saturday 10:15 a.m. liar Mltsvah: IIinry, son of -Mr. a nl Mrs. Edward I* Dcnison. — • — TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Kridav s::io p.m. Sermon: "Jacob Wrestled -With Whom?" Saturday 9:80 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Lawrenoe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris I-asktr. — • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. t701 Washlnoton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler Frldsv S.-.10 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Selina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uivky. Bar Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. ltaphacl K. Tunes; I>avid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil QIU. — • — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. NarotCantor Jacob Bernstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Why is our Worship DtfferantT" — a — TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Frldaj 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Brain Surg.-iy under Battlefield Conditlon." Sjiturday 10:10 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Michael, .-on of Mr. and Mis. B. David Rosen. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiu. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday U:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sfcrmon: "The Portion of the Law." — • — TEMPLE NER TAMIL*. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday *:18 p.m. Sermon: •'BfiiKioua Values for a Losl Oeneratlon." Saturday •>:i"i a.m. Bai Mltsvah: Wayne, son of Mrs. Bstelle Tischler. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor, TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. ris Berger. Frida] B:1S p.m. fluest speaker, Charlea Roaenbers;, president "f the Temple, will discuss highlights of his trip around the world. Saturday v a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Larry, son "f Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson, TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Frida) 11:80 p.m. tluesl speaker, Nathan Perlmutte*-, executive director, Florida Regional Office of the AntlReform. Rsbbl "Amen, "STuBE" defined lo.ergroup of Baltimore landmarks. K* All-Day Religious School PROVIDENCE —(JTA) —An allWOOO. 1361 S. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. FYMaj 8:15 p.m. I'ulplt guest, Rabbi Marlua Ranaon. Topi.-: "The Nobel Prise Winner Who 'Died' Four Times." Saturdaj u a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHlRAH. Sunlland sincerity." Book of the Month ance as "an active human effort of will power and self-discipline. which makes a person acknowledge that his fellow may havc^y p re p ara tory school, offering a — -^^ So oiKit nwy Recon other convictions, held with equal fu || pro g ra m of Jewish religious] tr uctionist. Ratci Morris Skop instruction, along with a general ^O^M^ajjWi* academic program, will be estah,. V| „,,,, uj.,i,k the Hebrew Poet lishetl by the Reform movement. 1 .. The proposal to form such a school ssrsjsntiva s ——-*-.. 12100 NE 15th ave. Daniel M. Lowy. Friday 8:15 pin. Sermon: s. laii. Hallelujah." — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry | Wernick. Cantor Albert Giants. Friday ::!<> p.m. Sermon: "Traglo Misusing of Language." Sisterhood' win host the Oneg Shabbat. Satur-j day v a.m. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Zvi !" i riday 5 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'Thy Name Shall be Israel." Saturday 8:45 %  a.m. Sermon: "The Death of Rachel. — • — YEHUDA" MOS"r i**n W Oixle hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday B:1S p.m. Pulpit guest, jerry Susainan, of the I'nlied Bynagoguea of America. Topic: "Temple Life Today." Rabbi Shalowlta, offlcera and trustees will be Installed. Saturday ;i a.m. — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin St.tuber Kridav 5:15 p.in. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: • \ Sabbath I mon: "A Forgotten Bra.' Minolta 5:11 p.m. mon: "Approaching Chanuka — Our F. .-tival ol Lights." v:;u |. m v\. Icome i" > Isltors San Sali ador, J >^ Ish slsti i ommunil) Sntui %  "• "PortInn Ul mi, it 4144 Chase CANDLtUGHTING TIME 17 Kislav — 5:14 pan. I ^ % 



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Page 4-B P Jew is* ncrkttar Friday. December Meeting tc discuss plans for their role at the Ambassador's Ball are some of last y debutantes who will serve as junior hostesses ot this year's event. Discussing plans with them is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers .third from left), grand hostess of the ball, which will take place Saturday evening, Dec. 22, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The gills will also serve on the host committee for a "tea-dansant" to be given Sunday, Dec. 16, in thi %  %  bleau I ters come-of-age in a debut rrremonv al Ball. F:om left are Hele Frankel, Mrs. M< Tova Borem, Delcie Lipton, I Heaiher Lee Haven. Dedication Party to Help Finish Council 'Miami Classroom' in Jerusalem School Invitations are beinc; mailed for lie dedication and celebration par. y of the National Council ot Jewsh Women. Greater Miami Section^ Room at the new CouncilMlilt Hebrew University Hi^h School in Jerusalem. The secondiry school, on the campus of 11cjrew University, emphasizes pracice-teaching. This is where a lasting friendship begins... with your first taste of Dromedam DATE-NUT ROLL J made with crisp, chunky walnuts and the world's choicest dates! Mis. Aaron Farr. chairman, and Mrs. Bernard Abel, vice chairman of the Committee of 200. are in charge of the campaign to raise the balance of the money needed to dedicate Miami's own class, room. Over half of the funds were raised by Greater Miami Section's tour of Europe and Israel last summer. The Committee of 200. composed of donors [or the Miami classroom, will be honored on Wednesday, Dec. 26. form 2 to i pin., at the home ol Jud-e and Mrs, [rvii I pen. 320 W DiLido Dr., DiLido Island The Cypens have iusl returned from Israel, where Ihej saw the nearly-complcti .1 High .s, hool Committee meml Mr-. Raymond R R presi • i ., The tn the libel means it's kosher... Also enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE-HUT ORANGE NUT I BANANA NUT ROLL 'JJL Gifts of Distinction 2164 PONCE P! IE0N EIVO. C3RAI GABIES, HI 8 5215 Open Until 9 P.M. fhru December I' • GIFT BASKETS II. • • BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS • GIFTS FROM THE FOUR CORNERS OF THE WORID • GOURMETS' SHOP • INTERNATIONAL TEIEFOOD SERVICE Scrvii MRS. BIRNARD AMI I : Bay. J 1 \ • : k. Mrs. A e. In. Vtl %  :. i ; Dadi %  M Nur ow ? At grocers everywhere 4GifrropiMsr...flJUII& Cl 126 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHEESE HICKORY SMOKED BEEFSTICK • S.S. PIERCE FINE FOODS Gift Packaging and Shipping Hickory Farms of Ohio 5715 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI Israel Ambassador Darom Will be Pal Of Bond Ball Dec. 22 at Fontainebleau Beth El Ladies Honor Member R : Beth El Sisierho S inday, li In i Sol Wegei dinni man ihlj luncheon ol the • he i the auditorium, The 1962 Vmbassador's Biu, to I.,held under the patronage i>> ••one "i the moat glittering serial ,.,;;!ol 'he year" in Greater Miami Samuel Friedland, chairmao of the (ireater Miami Israel Bond Ol anisation, under whose anspices the Ambassador'i Ball is held, announce I that Abram Darom. Israel Ambassador to the Inited Nations, and Mrs. Darnni v ill he special representatives to tinyear's hall S.iturdav evening, ji,. ( 22, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Completing planfor th< event, which "ill bring to a climax the 1962 l rael Bond effort, are members ot the diplomatic presentation!! committee, under the c ha p ot Mr and Mrs. Carl y\,,. • members ot the host % %  Ittei '• %  '' Bn ,iI hostess ol the l Set til the mem\ mi I the Ai • will .• .:.. •.of ie e Mill he the An ma juid\ 1 : %  • Me>I ate in thi ccn moi i 11 chil dchildren ol pereligible ti attend • e kmba is !'. : 1982 Israel Bond Trustees, Builders, Guardand Sponsors Vmbas--i dor Darom ia foremosl member ol incountry's Chanuka Will Be Celebrated Tikvah Chapter of Pioneer Wornet Tues • afternoon at Wasb; I i'?: Washington h\ t %  • %  ai rangementa for annual (.'haniika Sunday evening at i' m %  ii ..! i be held Federal Latest el arc H heduled to l : in< lude a pi readii bj Max \ Mi Ruth Wagnei is pn hapter, Bkur Cholim Will Hear Speaker \ xiliarj Bikur %  H t apeaki r, Mrs neeting Wi %  ; %  • \\ %  : Hotel. m i hanuka ren my with n I celebrat i to Mrs Joi diplomatic corps, and positions u i M ,„, rep "jni In several countn I Mor to his ;,.. intmeMuJ present post. Ai served as d re. ... American Department „f ,i eign Ministry ol l-rael.as, diplomaUc repre> m Gree e and aminister m* potent.ary to Yu '/* a member of the Uru \ dele to the fourth and uth 2S the UN General J< and 1959. "• I Bora In Santiago chile. ABBW ador Darom ... J • ':; n ; Sch ":' 1 ** Ch,,e ; ul P in SantJ, a> a specialist .• m j na | ( ~ £ ',''!' Bd '" ,: ml 4 Chiles prisoi ^ and editor „f ;, Pennies." Ambaasador : ... e c(li _. rael's leadin American afl AMBASSADOR DiROM TETLEY TEA g& A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yea, there's Yom To* spirit Is this fine tea... "flavor crushed* for fullest strength and stiffl* Utioo... richer taste and plea* are with your fleishigs sod aiilchigs and between mctl refreshment... lovely onions! Ml V % J Union Flavored MATZOH! See and nitre now oo>l onion Havoc makes these apart mat/ohs a well change from bread • hand in hand with to main dtshesl The sn preme gives sew W< delicate zest to dips 1 spreads. Onion flavor ioti i:f



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r .idoy. December 14, 1962 *Jmisfi ncridfan Page 9-B Party Proceeds j Go I School H Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will hold its annual Latke card party on Sunday, S p.m.. In the Social Hall. Chairman is Mrs. George Kessler. Ticket^ chairmen are Mrs. George Graham and Mrs. Loui Bennett. Proceeds go to the religious school. Beth Sholom yEMPLE bers celebrated Satu mem%  d a j the launching ol their ntieth anniversarj year. Be. al the Temple were H..\ ah and special dedication sers, after which followed a tail party in the social hall tivities continued at the Amer•.-.{ Hotel with a dinner and i e. man of the anniversarj ition committee was Judge r> A Greenberg, whose wife her red chiffon sheath white mink cape White • was worn by MrNorman Her fitted bodice had a l> V • colleta ge neckline, and skill had the controlled full. i modified bell silhouette. yellow pe :u ile sole •ith rid matching theatre i he choice oi Mrs Jos do h %  Ji seph Ash ch ise a ica -heath, with gold cavIs embroidered all over bodice A black beau de cocktail dress and m itching worn li> Mrs Samuel Iced blue satin ck < hantill) lace trimmed her I; Ige and white were ibined in Mrs Sanford Le e's silk brocaded sheath Her tching waist-length jackel had eelaHength sleeves and a ik collar. yWrFK ol Temple Beth Sholom's president, -Mrs. James M Hit. cbOSC a gold and white .•th embroidered in gold irldesit sequins and crystal bugle white chiffon was the %  ice of Mrs. Harry Gersten. .I bows of white satin trimmed bodice, and a lipstick re I in theatre coat completed her -< mMe. A blue and white ciole sheath with a si ished bateau klu e was worn bj Mrs Natii \\ aldman. An oriental i (I green brocade sheath and tching hip-length flared j k Mrs. Al G i [or the evening. .!• %  Philip P< stel • i blw alt i con lace sh with a mi I re -'I i. ice swcati i 'i e ol her dress folio Hop,i.u e pattei %¡ \ Hoi r%  ach satin i n \iv Seymour Silverman \ pannier case idl I %  back ot her skirl nd she I .. n. .itching waist-length i ick \ h i ii teatun d a hi [h ne< k \ .ther Door-length gown > v. n by Mrs. Harvey K. am ot .. 1 1 green satin bi i I with l luted mink Inmmed Yafis Hear Miami Authority jacket, it featured a touch of the Orient Mrs SI tnley Arkin's green and gold brocade was in an oversize paislcj motif, A double breasted jackel with a standaway collar matched her pencil shin th. Mrs. Jonas J. Brotman made her gold lame ensemble, which • ; o| ., sheath dress, a flared evening coat and a cocktail hat. A Mack silk chiffon with a bouffount skirt was the choice ol Mrs Isadora Hecht. Gold and on nge combined in Mrs. Thomas Gerard's theatre ensemble; and gol I embroidery trimmed Mrs Paul Stern's Mack gown ELOORLENGTH ROWns were %  worn by Mrs llarrj w'olk and Mi v Edmond Bran It. Mrs. Wolk's gi n n v as ol gold and silver en lame, and featured a sheath I rskirl A black •• -ilk crepe with natural colored otchi Is in floral sprays with touches ol white was worn bj Mrs. Brandt. Her gown had an asymetricallyslashed panel i k ol the skirt, and was cau iit low in the front in a Grecian-style drape. Mrs David Drucker wore a black silk crepe short formal during the cocktail party, but changed for dinner at the Americana, to an In ian-inspired, full length gown of black, with gold and silver embossed embroider}. Illusion pointed d' esprit in petal pink and black was Mrs. Jack Shapiro's choice for this occasion Her gown had a modified Lighting the birthday cake at Temple Beth Sholom's 20th anniversary dinner on Dec. 8 at the Americana Hotel is Mrs. James M. Albert, wile of the president of the Temple. Looking on (left to right) are Mrs. Leon Kronish, wife of the Temple's spiritual leader, Mrs. Harry Arthur Greenberg, wife of the immediate past president end chairman of the 20th anniversary dinner celebration, James M. Albeit, Judge Harry Arthur Grcnberg, and Rabbi Leon Kronish. Tifereth Israel 13th Anniversary Tifereth Israel Congregation will hold its thirteenth anniversary dinner celebration at the Deauvillu Hotel on Sunday evening, Dec. 23. The function will feature a candlelight ceremony. Entertainment at the Bar Sfitzvah affair will star the well-known comedian Myron Cohen and Juliet Prowse, movia star and dancer. A full-course kosher dinner will be served during the candlelight ceremony. \ Mayoress of San Juan, Puerto Rico, qreets participants in the recent Shalom Cruise aboard the SS Jerusalem sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Assn. At a reception in their honor are Mrs. Ben Essen; the Mayoressa; I. Gerstenhaber, vice president of Zim Lines of Fla.; Mrs. Zeev Dover, wife of the Israel Consul for the Southeastern region of the U.S.: Capt. Tuve Smolensk, of the SS Jerusalem; and Mrs. I. Gerstenhaber. Fassengers and crew were joined by some 200 prominent Puerto Rico citizens at the reception. 3 Golf Courses Open at Doral Play officially opened for the Children to be Feted Lorber chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and H08scooped neckline and a bouffant first time 'Thanksgiving Day on all pita! in D*>ver, will hold a cb.il45 holes of the three golf courses dren's holiday party Saturday at Ted Mdman, Miami psychol%  :. v as to discuss "Sex and rriage" at a mei ting of Young Adult I ri< rdot I ., evening I ; I ide n li y evening Dec 24, the h ild a holid i; t Wore Than Just a Vacation | skirt. Mrs. Joe Rosenkrantz chose a black imported French cotton with a white silk overblouse v ith black polka dots. Autumn shades of burnt orange and browns combined in the theatre • si mble win n bj Mrs Joseph Ark m c ol Mrs Herbert C Bloom. and white silk lined her sash. Mi i. Jules Arkin's red silk rollc i collar, and the im< illed effect was repeat! her hem w u im's spiritual | •:..-!;. ChOSI a stnki 1 1 '' or-length • cell brati >n, Her as encrusted with se%  beads and silverR bbi Morns .,• u as seen 11 a short tour,., I • iced bli with a lace bodice; while the wile ol Rabbi Herbert llaumgard birds will he arriving, increasing cn .. ,,, iri escent green bro-jto a Hood tide before the holiday i ith season, when all .".20 of the guest rooms in the six lodges will be filled with golfers and their families. One month later, when the new $10,000,000 Doral Beach Hotel openits doors for the first time, guestwill be llitting back and forth between the 2,400-acre country club and the oceanfront facility, since New Year's all privileges ol both resortcan ime the be freely used by their respective \, \ ,. on Federal, guests. _^___— rhe luncighl buffet Bup ScheinuaM is at the S12 million Doral Hotel and Country Club. Two 1 8 h o I e championship courses, the • %  blue'" and "red," and a 9-hole par 3 "chip and putt green" course, are now in piay at alpaca was the th( „,„..,, Tlu ,,;„,, course | aS | year was the setting for the Doral PGA (50,000 Invitational This tournament will again be played al Doral ,n March, 1963 Fourteen fish-stocked lakes awail sportsmen. The stables are freshfilled with riding horses trucked down from the north Small, fast motor boats for water-skiing are tethered to the take-off docks, and next to the 50-position driving range, archery targets stand in a colorful row. Beginning in December, the ear.y the Holsum Bakery Bldg., Sunset Dr.. So. Miami, starting at 2:30 p.m. Entertainment will feature Ivan Kitty, of the Merry-Go-Bound Playhouse, and Willie the Moose and Charlie Baxter, stars of ch. 7. feature a white elephant sale. Israel is Topic At Coral Way Barrett M. Rothenberg. Miami attorney, will discuss his participation in the recent dedication pilgrimage to Me Ami, Israel, at lata Friday evening services of Coral Way Jewish Center. Rothenberg will discuss his inu pressions oi Israel and its people. Cantor Gershon Levin, a third generation Israeli sabra, who has bee'w affiliated with the Center fur th- past two years, will also be on th* program. Rabbi Samuel April wit! act as moderator of the discussion following. ,i J How to Perk Up Party Foods j Members of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women* will learn how to perk up partyfoods on Wednesday. 8:30 pni., at the Tastce Inn. 7500 SW 8th St., according to Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg. program chairman. The public is invited to hear Mis? Judi Ghigleri, assistant director o£ the Dairy Council of South Flor: la. share recipes for lunch, sandwiches and cake. Miss Ghigleri also assists in the nutrition education department in Dade County public schools. The Jan. 16 meeting of th-* Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter wul al the Club Morocco in the Casablanca Hotel Dancing will be to the music ol Bob Reaenl and his or On Mi I Eve, pres lei I ^ afis Rchbi Skop to Speak SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDAj "FREE GOLF" One Hour lo Tampa rind St. Pitt. Tel. 726-1161 i Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual j leader oi Temple Beth Shirah, will conduct a discussion group at an „,,,.„ „„., ing ot Flamingo chapter B'nai B'rith Women, on WedMS day evening al Plm Springs \ in., (e meeting room, 555 W. 49W St Hialeah. His topic will be %  W hat are Jewi-h \al'v-" SIS W1LLENS Cordially invites you to see DECOR IN PAPER I INE PERSONALIZED STATIONERY & INVITATIONS for ever y occasi PL 9-3975 any time R.S.V P. J he f^alms CONVALESCENT HOME MIAMI'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN HOME built expressly for individual care of the convalescent, chronic and geriatrics patient. 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December 14. 1962 +JewisJh Flcric/ton LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A -ICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED oter 10TM Acts ol 1941 File AA-20868 • is HI REB1 (11VEN ti, .,,, n, 1 ,• „f mitf of HlalMh i ; .1.NIP. ISO Issued i,n ,.• May, A 11 1160, ha* ,1, H t ,.flee, ; %  i %  • I liii^made :i tax deed tn I" i-,,.n .-aid Certificate emfollowing dosorlbed prop. i•. :.,;* of Dade, State of n |,M-U H*. Hl;tl-sli ITtli Ailillllli I Book -'•'• I'"-'' %  • %  7. Tow nahlp %  :'• South. i • in the City of Hla,. in i • i i ladi stui...I ,.-.,, r itl of said property li HI. wan in Hi, li,-, _I.. N'v.v. 1,1 li tti ahall ha re. ,-i.idlm ',i h\v, the nrop, In iii insold to • idddei Nt the Court Housi [| \|..ii.l... in III, 18 I Hi, !i i. Hi. i. tt ii day • %  No> ember, ; ii-2i r Mmu II • VTrlKRM v V .ii 1 1 1ty, l,,-• i,l.. !'• %  vi LERPI-:R 1 Clerk 11 :'.". !•_' NOTICE UNDER TlTIOUS NAME LAW KF'H Y UlVEN .-':•-• Ill | li...,:. in i I ii.i inof i \ \i: m i ,-• Co lm ich 1l>'I 1,1 intend ., wit I I hi C %  ; i ladi i 'i Rl KRR i i: v\ KIN*K|| lJ*F*l* %  I %  ii an, 12 ; -I 1-21 NOTICE UNDER LTITIOLS NAME LAW IHKRKKY ISIVEN thai siring ii> engage In •i minus name "f w IRI: I.IITIC COMPANY North Weal J7th i rlda Intend la ragn.••!-•• with thi i'l.-rk ,it the I I wde County, Florida. \l Iti i. v '-'•'• •<>--• %  !• IN F* lilt 'i:. 50' I iwn.-r Inldsti n .v.Pacsler foi i:--t iIrinf H Street 11 23-20, 1! 7-14 NOTICE UNDER CTITIOUS NAME LAW • • is HEREBY (11VEN that ign< i li siring i" • ngagi In • .ri-i.• h< fictitious n.iii r •. i -H \N u i 6JT0 N.W. I?th thi -I Miami, Florida ,i -• %  < i: %  i he sni.l nam nt li.lurid* N \T< I.EVI, Co-owner USl i.nv'i, i'o-owner l w. I'M AN I .. ilils 11 23-30, I! 7-11 BY HENRY LEONARD CAESAREA DUNES LEGAL NOTICE >-*&y/zz "Weeds in the putting green! That's what happens with a Labor Government." Copr. 196?, Dayeng Production* LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADfc COUNIY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56234-B X RK Esiaii • I.II.1.1 \\ Itl I'.IN SKtl.M., %  ., -.,-• NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All CreditorK \ lug in, > I •., • V.III un quired In pi mundi which IOI the eatate ••! I.Milan %  -I latl %  I '.nil iMa* Against Said t.i the County ty, :,ii,i ii'.ii i.i,.\ i,t. Statutes, In th, n.-tifiil .,ii,l reii urns a ii i dema* nan> %  aga nai Ituhln Segal, denty, I-lm ill. LEGAL NOTICE i ,i.-. ..1 Dadi %  an .in dupllc Seeti -n "33.16, il %  11 %  in tin %  .nand rlda Ul. nil Court uf ty Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from il,. time of the tiist publication li • %  I', nr the same will be barrel! Hated at Miami, Florida, this 27th da* ••[ November, A.M. I 6l ANNK HERMAN \ A,lmiiiis.tr-nri\ Tallanotf, Waller %  Lltman Attorneys (n Administratrix with | i-" Lincoln lid., Miami Reach, Hit Dad* 11 So, 12 7-H-2I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 57561 -B IN RK Batate of MARTIN WEINREB N'OT'.CE TO CREDITORS I'n All Creditors and All I'el sons Having Claims HI Demands Agalusl Said Estate: \,, .i -. het ebj notified and required t" present any claims and demauds whii-li you may have again*! tinestate of MARTIN WEINREB deceased late of Dade County, Fiorina, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In dupllcn and as pruvided In Section 733.16, F'loridu Statutes, in their offices in tinCount* Courthouse In Dade I'mni, i), Florida, within six calendar months from the lime of the first pubMcatlon hereof, or the same mill be barred. Dated :it Miami, Florida, this 38th day oi November, A.M. 11*62. MILTON -I WAVNI: Aa Adminlatrator I.HoN A. KPKTKIN Atioi'iii s for Estate ISO l.iiu'oln Road Miami Deach, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTICK I.IIKKEHY lllVEN thai tin undersigned, desiring to engagi in liusmess mill, i Hi. fictitious oamej I II.MKIHA \ |.;\-| rifl.s • a* L'lK* N'.i:. Mlth Sli.,1. .Miami 62, Florida, Intend to register said name with the I Her* of the i 'ir.-mi Coi rt "i I >ade County, Florida, HAROL-l i S, Si'llW'ARTZ ALBERT .1 T A Hit SON -AIITH A MANDLHR Attorneys f r Harold S, Schwarti el al ^"7 l.ii Iii Road, .Miami Beach JE 1-7417 12 7-1 1-21-28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 12849 JOSKF1NA SANiMIK/.. I'lnlntlff, \ H, I'.II.I ;ii i .\.\'i -iii-:/.. I tefendant, NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: Kl'l.i Mih i SANCHEZ, Address 1'iricnoivn VOC, EII.OQIO SANCHEZ, Address I'nknown, are roqulred to rile yout %  i to iInComplain! foi Dlvon %  with tinClerk of the above Court, and serve a i--,;,\ thereof upon G1NO I I S'EURETTI. Attorney, '••• %  -11 Con gress Hldg., Ill N.E 2nd Avi nue, Miami. Florida on 01 before the Sth das of January, !:n;:. or else complalnl will be taki n as i onfi ssed. Mated Ul .Miami. 1 mi.la thin day of Novemlier, \:'-'-l K. II LEATHERM \N i 'Irk ill Court, Dade i %  • ints I" i-ul i lly: C. I' i'i tl'ELANI i I lepul • i'i-: k 12 T-ll-21-2' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Uth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 12838 i il-AI >YS R, I.i >i I.W i II H i. IM.limit'. \ s. I-AII. RM.lt ITT l.n'KWm H %  I'. fendnnt. NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON To: I'Vt I. i:i.l.lnTI' I.i M'KWlMi'" l: 11 EI, Rndlcott, N Y. VHI'AKI-: herebj notified thai a Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you, ami \udi Slat.,,l lIda I ,.t s III" k 126. Hialeuh 17th Addn A in.!.. rial Rook -"'. I'agi '•. s 7. To nship ','. South, R inge %  ;: i:., -i in thi t ul M in I. LI 11. i 'ounl %  ol iu li Fl •' Ida. The -i -I I" operty -I.I ci rllfli ate va> In the nil •: i;. ,.. I. Nyi I'nless Bald • i tlfic -ishall be reih ui. ,1 a. il ding to law. t he property described herein v\ill bi wild t g| -i blddei al the "out i House il n the Uisi Monday In thi month of January, 1863, which is the 7tli day of January, ''"; I'ai. i lids 26th day % %  ( N". 1862 III'.,-!. i-: II. LEATHERMAN, '1,-ik of i Ircull Court, i >adi '' ly. Floi Ida lly: i: M. i.i:i:i'i:i; Deputy Clerk II ii". 12 i-H-21 •"| IN -r COUNTY JUDGES COURT • *.D FOR DADE COUNTY, r ORIDA IN PROBATE No 37689 • ,i. \ ii M.i.l i'I'll i --1 .TICE TO CREDITORS i-dliot nd \" I" nHav. : -. inand> %  >-i*i-i Said h. : •.. not If hi! ana i.-... .i • claims %  nd di |i .... may luive against ol M \l;i \ tlALI.l'CCIO if D idi 'ounty, 1-1'n i *. v JudKi s of I 'i' 1 in theii nty i ',,it house in I oi Ida, i ihin six cati %  In ,ia', h< I.I.I. i u I.I uxrccio 1 i i'INK .\ r> >RMAN ,f th. sain1 %  1! S3-3n, 12 7-11 IM, in: i iT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL U'T, DADE COUNTY, FLA No 62C 12489 MM. 1.1 :R, J IT Mll.I.IIR, lull! NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION I MII'.IKTT Mll.l.KK. IS28 i i,-. street, Philadelphia, | un notified lo aerve n %  in* answer lo Divorce Com' 'i agalnal you on Plaintiff's • liEoRfiK NICHOLAS, 111 live -Miami, Kla.. and file i'ii Clerk of this Court on • 26 l %  mi., i. 1*63, other.1-. ni.-ss,',| li> N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE* No. 50792 RK Estate •>! SADIE MANNHKIMER I %  ,-.-.-. %  -• il NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D.STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Nil'I'P I". is hereby given that We have filed ••• i I Inal Repot t and Petition for I ilstributloii and Final Dlai hat u'ai '..-!'v %  • ttors -if Ihe ea;,i,. ,.i Sadn Mannhelmer, deceaseil: and thii l n thi h day ••! Ja will upply to the Honorable i •ounty Judgi %  • I" ide i' mnty, PkH ,i.i. foi ap rovu id said Flm i Ri ,„„i mill foi distribution and final ,ii-, h.nui us • '"-I7v,-uii-is ..1 the ••-u.i, ,,| thi e-n i tlNxl d %  i h iluy ,.| Novi inl'i-i. 1862, ,i. \it \ M. TANNBNHAI M MIl.Ti i.N I! MANNHKIMER Ki ,\ Mil; M WMIIII.MI'.I: • y Ijn Lincoln i: % %  .••' \l .,,, i I:. Kin Ida 12 7-1 I-IM '-'• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 12804 MARY I'AI'.MA MI. i'laintlfl I vs. • i-u: ri:< • L'ARNKVALI, 1 |i,t,nil.int NOTICE OF PUBLICATION in PIKTRO CARNEVALI iti sidence I'n know n | VOC ARE HHREBV NOTIFIED that I ;i iiomplainl for Divorce has been med against you b MVKV CARNKNALl. and therefore, you are required to til.your Anawei with tin i'\,-rk • %  < the above courl and aerve n copy Ihi reol SVMIIII, IHHJCASTRO, Attor,. .. plaintiff, 178 .W I7ih Avemi, .Mian. I la. "ii or bel i muai i S i % %  •• I, • ,l i *• •' '"-''"*"' pro confesso will be entered agalnal NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi underalgned, dealring to engage In business under the fictitious name m lil'Y I'ASKIIV RAMBLER COMPANY al tJMS s.-niii federal Highway, Homeatead, Klerldn intend to regiater said nan,, with th.Clerk -•! the Clrcull Courl of Dade t'ounty, Florida. I'ASkl.V AND WALL COMPANY, a ll.'i i.la I'.II'I'.. Sole i n. i .1. DAVID LIEBMAN Attorney for Applicant 12 r-lt-21-Zl IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57800-C \ RE: Estate ol i:i IMU.K li SCHM1TT, I -aed, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having I .mi,oi Demands Agalns! Said t*stati You tire hereoy notified and required to present any claims and demand* which von may haw agalnal the •-I late ,i Rl IK ILK H SCHMITT as. .1 lute ol DADE County. Florida, i" the Cuunty .IIIIIMI- "f Dade ICounty, and (He the same In tin it of! rices III tin County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within si\ oallendar months from the date I first publication hereof, or thi will be haired. JOSH UlvI'lUN 17M lit.il.ii'.-ii itKi'iMN. Attorney IS70 v\ abJngton Ave., Suit.211 i Miami Beach, Florida 11' 7 14-21-28 I %  J \,.\., ,i JO, 1861 ii EATHERMAN it ,,i %  '-.• i-ire % %  '• • %  rl Rj K M I.YMAN, i leput) liim 11'23-30, 12 7-11 U|i..l in > 1 ated tin % %  ;! iHii: -. ill ii II i lerk ,.i Ihi NOTICE UNDER CTITIOUS NAME LAW thai med, desiring to engage in innler ihe fictitious name of blASINU CO. mot inc.) at I1M h Htreet, Miumi, Florida, in%  register said name with the f the Circuit Court of Dade. 1 1.•: I.I.,. li MOTORS, INC., a Pla. Corp. il Ai MANKI.l-.lt iey f.,r Ell Motors, Inc. t• !n Road Reach, I I la II 23-30—12/7-14 NOTICE UNDER l F CTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE is Ml-H i th-.t signed, ile-n-ing to engage in under the nctfttotn name of DADE KMPI.iiYMEN T at mty. I'.., Intend to register • With the I'lerk of the CIlI f Made County, Florida. ; 111. Iii i ..I...N ll, Til lier .ia \ of November, I.I: ITHERMAN i'n. nit Courl 12 7-14-21-28 N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CAF NO 62C 12483 l.lls \ REMESAR. Plaintiff. VS. I'AI'.I.I'S REMESAR, I >.-f. n.lant NOTICE OF PIIRI ICATION T<>: CARLOS REMES \\: \l •! iKKSS I'NK SI '" N Yiir. •' \ R LO s REMES \\:. Brtdreaa unVnown, ire required to file your an.--i in the comnl ll' • rorce, with ihe Clerk ol th. above Court, an I -. ri a cop! therenl unon (UNO P SKORETTI, Altorm v, '•'"II Congress Hldg ill S E 2nd Avei M*ai I %  • -• i on • %  •' '• % %  remaer 2th, l* • %  complelm U |l| hilulua%  .,1,1-s ed. ,, ;u ,| tM, I ith da* oi N.-v.nii'.r. 1*62 r i: LEATHBRMAN i'l.-l, ,| tin i'n. nil Court ,..,,1, |if P COPELAND l.. uutj Clerk NOTICE BY PUBLtCATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 6ZC 12931 PRANK BRENNER, VIVIAN BRENNER, SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: VIVIAN RRENNER 136-08 s3rd Avenue Ki >v l lardena, Ni w York You VIVIAN BRENNER, are herein notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against jrou, ami you are required lo servi a copy of your Anawer m Pleading I Bill of t'l.iniilaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, HAROLD B. Sl'Al'T. F7SU-, l"7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida an.i file the original Anawer or I Pleading in thi office of the Clerk ol I th. Circuit Courl "ii or before the Uth day of January, IMS. U you full 'to do .-... Judgmenl by default will itaken against you (or the retlel uemanded In Ihe Hill o( l*nplalnl This nollci -hull be nuWIahed once eaob --eifoi four consecutive areas* In THE JKW ISH F'LORHHAN, IKI.V'F: AND ORDERED a! .Miami. I |oi Ida, th '.i d I "i December. \ I • i: i: i.r.A'i'iii-.K.M AN. Chrk. Ctrt mi Cots i. liadi nt* • Florida IBeall %  % K M I.V.MAN' I i.-|,iitv i l.rk li lHOLD B si'Ai.'i. iisi.' ln7 Lincoln H Miami Bead I viti-iiH v foi Plaii U 7-i i-::-21 IS 1 -i 1-21-2x1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 12862 OREAT SOl'THERN CO., INC., a Florida corporation, Plulntlff, vs. EDWARD THOMAS SMITH, el at. Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT TO: EDWARD THOMAS SMITH IS2 I 'airs i.-w Avenue Kah view, New Jereev ROKE RITTE SMITH 5011 Hudson Boulevard Ninth Berg-en, New Jerae* YOP ARE HERKBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you by (1REAT Sol'THKlIN" CO., INC., in tinabove-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortsngi encumbering the foiin-wini; described property, to-wit: I..i g, in Block ::7, ,if LE1SCRE iMTY SECTION TWO. according t" the plat tin re..f, recorded In Pla! Hunk ",::, at page 28, "f the public recorda oi l>le County, Florida; and Mm are required to (He your answer with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, al the Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or before Jnnuery :•. 1883, and t,, servi a copy ni sin h answer upon MYERS, HIIIMVN. KAPLAN & CATSMAN, l'laiimi't s attorneys, whose add is Eleven-Fifty Building, 1150 B.W. l-'itst Street, Miami :l, Florida, on or before aaW date, as required by the laws of Florida if Jov (all to do so, the complaint will be taken -is confessed by you and %  Decree Pro Con(eaao will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. DATED tin.30th day of November, |MI B, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, I'iivuit Court, Dade I'minty Florida (seal) By: KM. I.YMAN Deputy Clerk Myers, Il-iinnn. Kaplan \Catsman 111, \i n-Klftv Bulldini: ir.ll S.W. l-'ilst Street Malml 'a'.. Florida 12 7-11-21-28 I th. same IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57857C IN IS 1-7: Estate ..f BERTHA 8TBRN I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: Y.II are hereby notified and required I" present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate o( Bertha Stern deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t.> the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as pro' vided in Section 723.u. Plorlda Statutes in their offices, in the County Cnorthoutu in Dade County, Plorlda, within six calendar months from the time of th.(Iral publication hereof, .., th. same will be barred nai..I at Miami. Florida, this 30th • November, A 1' I86J HF*NRIF*TTA MENDELSOHN and I i UNARM •:. BY5ERT, B>. Leonard O. Bgerl \ Executors LEONARD O. BOERT Mvera, Heintae. Kaplan .* Catsman and Sidney A BoMa %  for Exi cutors ] I'.II S.SV 1-1 St., Miami. I'la NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 13066 ARNOLD LIVINGSTON JAMFjS, Plaintiff, M \i:io\ SAl'NDERS JAMES, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO! Marlon Maunders lames :.l Liberty stteet Monticello, New York You MARION SAl'NDERS JAMES are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been (lied against you, and you are required to serve a copy ..I" your Answer or I'loadIng i. the Bill .t t'omplalnt on the plaintiff's Attorney, Sanford H. Kramer, on,Lincoln Road Building*, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answ.-r ..iPleading in the office of tinClerk o( the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of January, 1863. II you full to do s... jinlgment by default "ill be taken against you (or th. relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint, This notice shall be published once each week for (our consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH l-'l.oltl I'I AN. IMiNF: AND OUDKRKH at Miami, Florida, this ."ith day of December, AH. 1862, H 11, I.KA IIIKKMAN. Clerk. I'irenit Court, Dade County, I i da (seal) By i. s'M-:i-:iii-:.\ 11. put} I'U rk SANF'ORD 11 KRAMER i ine Lincoln Una.I in.in. Miami Beach, I lorida Attorney for I'lalntlff li: 7-1 121 -2NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 12971 MAY LILLIAN STF7VKNSON a k a MAY LILLIAN DAY, Plaintiff, \ s. Till "MAS MAI'llli'K HAY. I'.-ieiiilani. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: THOMAS MAl'RICE DAY 108 Council H.iuses Hlgh street, Klmpton Hartfordahlre, I'nlted Kingdom You, THOMAS MAl'RICE HAY. are. hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to servi a copy o( your Answer or rieadnt; to the Bill nl Complaint on thi.* Plaintiffs attorney, HERBERT B. wn.i'NsK v. 317 Biscayne Building, Miami :;:'. Florida and file the orisinal Answer or Pleading in Hi*' office of ih. Clerk nl ihe Circuit Court on or before the 8th day of January, 1863, If you fail t.. do so. Judgment by default will Intaken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill ol Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FTAIRID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida this 3rd day ..i December, A.D. 1862 E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i'irenit Court, l*ade County, Florida ts.-al) By C. P. COPELAND i>• inuy Clerk HERBERT B, WILKN8KY Attorney for Plaintiff -PR 9-2731 12 7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KKl'lIt VI. DISCOUNT T ''at i's-2" s E, l'iist street. Miami. Florida, intend t,. register said name with the I'lerk ..I the Circuit Court of Dads County. Kloiida. \\ A.


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Friday. December 14. 1962 %  Tcp Neurologist Passes Away. 76 TORS ITA) — Dr. isWechsler, emim nl -. wish neural i .1 • 1 %  d deputy 1 Nairn ird ul governors of the HeL'niversity ol Jerusalem, died xeek. lie u;is 76 nati mall) recognised ;ithe loremosl physicians and 1in his Held, Dr. Wi h ved as president of Hie n Ni tiro logical Assn., an I li 1 • ol the New Vork NeuSociety. Hi also served rman of 1 *!*• section of Neu.mil Psychiatry of tin Ni \ Academy of Medicine devoted to thr develop: 1 he Hebrew University of lem, Dr. Wechsler was for years the moving .•-pun of in man friends >f the Hebrew 1 Diversity, lie dedicated : tn the creation of a greal Universit) movement in mtry and marshalled both tual leadership and com. support in this effort, as president ol the Amen 1 nds .if the Hebrew Untver: ir many years, and served as ry president at the time ol ing Dr. Wechsler v\.i> also %  •:•.( %  pioneers ol the Amen* *'**># ItrriMKfafi can Jewish Physicians' Cenrmrtl which was founded in 1921, and %  hii li :. edicati I 10 the 1 p il ol the Hebrew Unr Hadassah Mi lical Sch H LDMAN \ 1 1 ,' 1 II s w IU\<| .i. DRI 1 1 lit-d ltd v 1 xr: r.ii, ||, I |... • • Ml. -II \ .11. j i>. 1 1: 1-;. : Mr |i 1 : M-: II 1: %  • I 1 II,,I %  1. 1; : N. .Mi*. It, I |>.M : %  ElN. Hi I. %  %  Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL Oscar Lekhuk Deed at 68 at Lelcmik, well-known in Jewish communit> affair ,! Sati rday Dec. B, al the I 88 Mr. Lclchuk lived al E I2h St.. No Miami. %  uth Florida resident for the cars, he was .. reaU an ii -in a; ce broker. Mr. Lelchuk belonged to fta Ziorift Organization of America. Temple Mc.iorah, the Eiks, n: B'nai B'rilh. His wife, the late Lucille Lelchuk. died on Jun< 26 Survivors include three sons, Jerome, Bay Harbor Islands; and Herbert and Sheldon. Miami; two sisters, Mrs (Catherine Brinkman and Mrs, Sarah Slavny. of Wisconsin; and five grandchildren. Services were Tuesday al Riverside, Normandy Isle, with burial in Lakeside Memorial Park, Page 15-5 Monifc.y Forum At Beth Torah Starting this Pridaj and contl %  n the Firsl Friday of every month, Beth Torah Congregate v,ill hold a monthly forum in tlta social hall following service-. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will ho.-t a question and answr period o'. topics relating to Judaism, reli B'on. and Jewish current eventQuestions may be submitted in advance. Program will also include a mei • ley ol Sabbath songs presented I Ben Yomen and the Friday evenn choir, which he directs. "Hand in Hand" stars John Gregson, Sybil Thorndike, Finlay Currie, and introduces Loreita Parry and Philip Needs. The story about two 8-year-o!d friends, one Jewish and the other Roman Catholic, will opon at Wometco's Mavfair and Sunset Art Theatres on Wednesdcy, Dec. 19. %  %  %  f '. I SUM, >•-. of : I II •• % %  %  g %  i .i I !.\tli Hi Rll-, %  %  s •• Mi %  | ., MB. : LO. \ \\ M Town Hall Forum Eyes Peace "Can We Afford the Price I [ Peace?" was the topic for di-CUSSlon at the People Speak, Tow I Hall Forum, on Friday evening f. Washington Federal Savings an I Loan Assn., 1234 Washington Ave. Principal speaker was Dr. J. Hen Stalvey, of the University a rip to vau "for well within odj '"ul ;et," he saj s. commenl with the that "the s2i. u .~> rip transportation, altl i of h itel accommoda. d o i. permits a jrea! -. ilitj ior those i lai ning a vat Columbia rsity, with %  Master's d iavailable al Emol Bahamas tn\ %  I i rp Rd a i %  ive. NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW XOTU'M IS HEREBY HIVKN Ih II •li mi.I. planed, il vlrlna tn .iBaire In undi i thi flcl KCI iX-O-WASH I A IN I 111 III Mil ml, l Will' (, Kturida MI'. IIIIII i" i'-. %  %  'mini? I-'" i In HERBERT KKEEMAN NTElil'RISES INI' MM: 1 : A Hi 'IUXSI >N • %  %  :. rm Anplk' ml 12th "el • • I • • l .-.i I NOTICE UNDER F'CT.TIOUS NAME LAW \..-. |i i: IHEREBY I'.IV i:s % %  iia lii i WAY I:R\ H %  • I'A ru IN KloiHii lllli Ith the 'l %  Dad II"'SI-;AltoAlt i S RAI. ClUll' m I NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOCS NAME LAW \. f HIVKX llial ; VT'I iN si:::\ li i: %  11 \ %  Sorili i nl inl lurWll.l.l \M i I %  v> \ %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOI LAW %  Kneseth Esrael Plans Services Kneseth Israel Congregation wi start late Fri laj nighl servici t or, Dec. 21. Rabbi David Lehrfield will di • cuss the storj ol Chanuka in t! light of modern problems. Cantor Abraham Seif will rendi t the musical portions I the liturg LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \-. ITICR IS HKItKHV U1VBN ti %  I the unilerUni rt, di lrlnn !• %  enBgi undi iHi' riollllouii ni'iii' %  sTI I'KI'.AKKl: Ml \MI nl : '1 N.E "n.i Avenue, Miami, Horldii Inteni tn ri BlKti r -% % %  Hani, "'ill thf Clw • ,.r the I'iivni Cimrl i>( Dade fountj, Florida. STIUKUAKKK Al'TOMOTH E s.\i i:s ii.i:r :. i ielu are i oruoratlon ST' '\ i: .v BITTEL Al l"' II' B IS n-:i--. 's. i t ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY CASE NO. 62C 13341 i :: vxrisi'i) Mi INTBH, I'laimirf, \ -. VKRl Nli' A -Ml 'N IKS. I ii fendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Ti > VKIU INH'A S Ml INTB8 .,:• Weal I'' %  -' -i" • '. Apt. %  \, w V'I rk I 1> %  N Y. yi H', \*EK< IN I'' \ S Ml INTER, • \Vi-i I'..' Street, Apartment 58, Nei City, Xe Yoi k, are required t %  %  I'll 1 i i 'i\ iin-e, iiii ill. I'lerk "i the abo\ t, and up thi reof upo lilno P. \ ,.-. 910-1 I-..U.I-. -•llldii in X.K 2nd Avemn nr in fore Januar i ah, %  %  -. • .nipla nl w 111 b -. ,i. I taied :lii~ i-'ili day of I N ci ml I-:. I: l.i: xTHEHMAN |!y: I" I I'I i|'i:i..\\li \2 14-21-28, IN 111 To Y ,1 wh ol III. I> da, the %  '• v Mil THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 57435 RE: Estati AL.HERT :i il.li.XKR I lei NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Cn Ul Peraons HaV" inn Claims oi l'.in.in.ls AKiiin-; Said Estate: hen by noi Ifled and requb and ii.1111111.1.I, ii \ nu ma> have agrainat the • \ i .1IKRT HOI i 'N Kit, deci laed lal i M.I, i • i '. Pirn i la, to ;!nCoun. ,,i i >ade County, and fil>..in.in their offices in the Coun:. i. i "i.uiiiv Plorlu-lthln elarhl calendar months froi i ,i.ii, ,,r in, f|i -i publication iiu r • or Hi.aiime ill i" barred. .\ I 'Ki.l.K in >LDNER A.lmi'ii dratrlx ll'l-:\ & ROTHKXBERa Ml.iyne Building imi 32 I 12 7-1i RAY ADI£l %  M \/ >IMON, HM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, :• i %  \ IVKV that to i ngage in II i..us name "i '. i\i.. i\V REPAIR Sl-illiii, • i. r .-:,i.l name w Ith of the i '""ii ">' I' 1 SYDNEY ROSENBERG Sole 11 ner K KSSI.ER .\ HARH -w isi Street .._, ,. ii 2S-S0—IX, r-i



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Friday, December 14, 19G2 Chanuka Party For Servicemen A Festival of Lights party hon-1 oring the approach o( Charuk i f,. r m fluenien airt HJefr farnl of Homestead Air Force B ise t> the head Ol %  Mott's Apple Sauce. ia\ orite m homes from <. ia -i 11 a st, which is available eral convenient sizes 'I hen i variety, or lor festive compai dinners, try Mott's Apple-Ras berry Sauce or Apple-Cranbert Sauce. Either one will make tasty, colorful addition to a' meal. Make sure thai you family -tin off each morning of the holidi season with a glass of Mott's A pie Juice or .Mott's A.M.. which five fruit juices blended ii'to ore breakfast drink that, will hav< I kids clamoring for more. All of these Mott's products carry the Kosher "K." your ^uara %  tec that only the finest kngrei ienls so into before the Mott'i label goes on. 'Get-Together' For Blue Sfrar ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE It is your protection against Imitat on.-your g ant.a of excellence in flavor texture and quality. Look for tho word Switzerland' on the Swiss Cheese you buy... chunk or sliced... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland Star Camps, Hendei on\ ill". N V.. .. .il hold n get-to.I'tlur for the Greater M Hollywood, Ft. I-. iV< I !' Mm Dec. 23 at the Deauville Hotel from : to 3 p.m., for new pective campers i nd to %  • p in for i i • %  -'. .. accor ii._ ; emenl the i nders and a %  Harry Popkin, lanta, "We exterd i i ordii in\ I I pkin brothers said, "to our riends to join u~ i" %  %  in in. ing program ith a pur to renew our summi I "lips and fellow ships Blue star Camps, located 2" miles from Asheville in the Blue Rt ;e M will foundi I 1(3 ye; i %  girls ii dh %  %  camp located on 150 acn i pi ins are dlt i id neers, Senior Girls, Senior Boys, I •, Coui selor Sugiinne Msnsr-suiiwfi GIIOIK-ttM no wo iwiiTM* A IIJM. bmftl tmtuM siwifi-'it f non latl' 11 "g 1 0OCtOIWOVB 101 DIMITKS. tow cion Dim tc nrcNW • TAUC USI i-oz. sorru owr AI 1000 S'OKS GUARANTKD MON-FAnENING! Trainee Program." A nev 191 forty-fi ur I%e catalog ..ill t : %  ; too i resce Ave.. N E \ nta !>. Ga. MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild Fblmolive care! I c5^^... kMassage vigorously with r refreshing mild palrrolive lather. Rinse and pat dry. y Repeat 3 times a day. TRY NEW PINK PALMOLIVE •nfichcd with beauty cream or FAMILIAR PASTEL GREEN PALMOLIVE kJ&di&mmmHm**n



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Page 2-B f.kn islh fierkMM) Friday, December U '-?•:: •tint held laLadies whose hats took top honors at Westbrooke Country Club's "Mad Hatter" luncheon are Mrs. Gerald Stein and Mrs. Reubin Serkin. Final Plans for 'Mutiny' Premiere Will be Made at ORT Chanuka Meetings Final plans for the Southern premu re ol "Mutinj on the Boun;. ill be made at Chanuka s of 12 ORT chapters in Th premiere is scheduled for Thursday evi ; the he. Theatre. Tic! .: In by len, Mrs. nan, Mrs. [i ORT ol t 600 LinBldg., or the Sheridan %  Mrs George Linden, local comirman, promises 'an enii | resj lerdcnt with the i Klieg Lights, VIP's, and I | enter! nalities comparabU with a i| nights." she said a capacity crowd is anticipated. Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, president of the Southea.-t Florida Region, has announced that proceeds of the premiere will go to ORT's If you like KREPLACH CHEESE-. Ravioli IN SAUCE You'll love Broward Party Set for Hospital National Children's Cardiac Hospital will receive total proceeds Ol ;, "Broward Prohibition Party" t<> be held Saturday night al I Hayes St., Hollywood. The dinner-dance will be sponsored by the Broward Chapter t e hospital, which dp n ior untary contributions in its ; insl major kill* rs ol j children, rheumatic h .'. hear! disei Mrs. Jackie Zbar, of 1 ichairman o! th i vei -..nonal children's Cardiac Hospital," .-he said, "is ei cond quarter of a centun oi !i will oc< u] y its new in the M< n i ical Center in Miami This I i irian institution i but pat iei been taken canat from e\ er) state in I CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by lamed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with •artgy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and Cheese...seasoned the rea' Italian way. So much tastier and •asier than the frozen kind. So Much thriftier, too—costs only aoout 15c per serving I WB> KASHA Brown %  uckvhtat 6rU Wolff s Kjsta Soup Lazarus Group Slates Sceckers Z;:;:ZZZ Eor Mrs. Jam ''• < : '' f" 8 "Mrs gh %  %  me L'fe ol Rabbi St. ,,. ent of-the gn Mrs. Norman Meyi Rothachild %  ; /,::' / v r.,::;--'" -. Mrs J h As • %  \Sal irday. l p.m. •'lhe Zinni-t < N (t Tam-d choir, Al the (Vice Shabbat Stu l< al Chanuka seifs guardianship proje i "This ph ise of CRT's work makes i( possible for unfortunate children to hive Q< • %  e and car hich v oui i otherw se be denie I thi n because of lost parent or due i circui u hich have 'It prived them of too r, and cloih"The probh ms thai • is today • ress i i Ij The pr m.'s oi Jev ish (rants strcan into France, despcrati ly n %  to re stal thei ves; the problem of Jewish teen-agers upi fn ra one ci Iture i i another ,.:.i! id. and drifting; the problem of the OUT schools expan ing virtually every day and still not able to accommodate all — these problems demand every strength, and every. one can help by purchasing tickets for this premiere." Women's American ORT is a membership organization affiliated with the American ORT Federation, which currently receives funds, exclusive of membership cues, by special agreement with the Joint Distribution Committee, a member agency of the United Jewish Appeal. 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 NW/^ S. n THE "SABBATH COFFEE" for instant enjoyment every day! I Oz.,6 0z.,and 10 Oz. jars. Get today's Instant Maxwell Houso— flavor sealed in this distinctive nev. CERTIFIED KOSHER-PABVE FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS CORP For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of them all! In 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans.