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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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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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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WELKIY
't 5 Number 51
Miami. Florida. Friday, December 21. 1962
Two Sections Price 2C
j.,,.-,,,/,/ x^. | |srae| Urges UN Adopt
Direct Peace Taik Move
S :-.e from "The Holiday Spirit," television drama by James
Y Efa adapted from the folk tales of Sholom Aleichem, and
sponsored by the Eternal Light, of the Jewish Theoloqical
S::..nary of America. Scenes such as this will be played
I in Jewish homes throughout the world beginning with the
lighting of the first Chanuka candle on Friday evening.
$1,629,810 Goal Set
For Combined Appeal
UPTON AND RIFAS TIAM UP
PHYSICIANS' LEADER NAMED
\ :il of $1,629,810. the first
:i goal in several years
h.i- b n recommended to the board
of ri rectors of the Greater Miami
;. | .delation t>> the campaign
committee and the Fed-
(rati i executive committee, it
lounced Wcdnes lay bj Fi '
resident, Sidney Lcfcourt.
Thi >al necessary to meet the
I Federation's seven local
.iiiii j."> national anil inter-
: organisations, including
Itht-' ted Jewish Appeal, was call-
i* I by Lcfcourt and 1963
I co-chairmen, Samuel
I ir.d and Ernest Jams.
The continued population
grow'i of Greater Miami, includ-
ing |i gram, and the great increase in
over.eas immigration in 1962,
which will continue in 1963, are
fc-. -sit in the committee's deltb-
' cni in setting the goal," said
Lefcourt.
. PAGE 7-A
PAGE 10 B
Meanwhile co-chairmen called
upon leaders of the community to
give unparalleled support" to the
campaign honoring the 25th anni-
versaries of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the United
J m i-'i Appeal.
"The minimum amount necei
sarj of $1,629,810 represents an in-
r< ase oi it per cent over the sum
contributed by the Greater Miami
Jewish community in 1982," they
stated "However, in order to over
.. me the loss of contributions that
result each year from people leav-
ing our community, the passing of
contributors and other unforeseen
occurrences, it will be up to each
campaign division to achieve re-
sults 20 i>< r cent higher than in
1962," ;' was pointed out by the
campaign leaders,
"If the goal can be met in the
coming year, we would consider II
a major highlight of our silver an-
niversary, making this milestone
Continued on Page 15 A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
Israel this week made a piea to
the United Nations,to adopt a 21-
member resolution pending in the
General Assembly's Special Politi-
cal Committee, calling for direel
peace negotiations between the
Arah states and Israel.
"However long and stormy this
path of negotiation may be," Mich-
ael S Comay. Israel's permanent
' representative here, maintain d,
"there does not appear to he any
eihcr realistic pa h to a settle-
ment."
"It is true," Mr. Comay stated,
"that the Arab States are un-
willing to walk this path with us.
What are the alternatives? There
are only twoeither to leave the
(Arab) refuge* problem unsolv-
ed, maybe for decades to come;
or two allow the situation to drift
again into renewed warfare, with
all the bloodshed, misery and
destruction that would bring in
its wake."
Mr. Comay spoke before the com-
mittee as. alter three weeks of de-
hate occupied chiefly by Arab at-
tacks against Israel, the group
reached Its real objectivethe con-
sideration of resolutions on the
touchy Arab refuges problem.
One of the principal Arab detrac-
tors of Israel, Ahmad Shukairy, of
Saudi Arabia, was missing today,
and the Saudi Arabian position in
Ihe committee chamber was vac-
ant. Shukairy left here Saturday,
unannounced but not unnoticed.
having been recalled from his post
Continued on Page 8-A
CUSTODIAL PROBLEM ALSO REJECTED
US Opposes Face to Face
Pow Wow as Inopportune'
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The United states announced at
United Nations this week that it opposed both an Arab-Moslem res.
tion 1. r a custodian for Arab propern abandoned in Israel and a rcsc
lie,, calling for direel peace talk> between the Arab states and I-r
stands were indicated
Ihise stands were indicated bj
Carl T. Brown, United States Dep-
uty Assistant Secretary of State.
who spoke hclorc the General As-
ly's Special Political Commit-
tee shortly after the two resolu-
ere introduced. He told the
i:n member committee, debating
Ihe Arab refugees problem, that
the custodian proposal would be a
clear infringment on Israel's sov-
ereignty. He said United States
opposi i "i to a UN call for imme-
Arab-Israel peace talks tom-
nied from the belief that deep ten-
sions on both sides made such a
.,. op -..1 untimely.
He proposed that the United
Nations Relief and Works Agency
for Palestine Refugees be given
a new mandate for one year to
Jure 30, 1964. The current man-
date t.'.dl next June 30. He also
said that the Un:ted States did
not agree with everything in the
current annual report on UN-
RWA's operation from Dr. John
Continued on Page 10-A
STORM OF OPPOSITION RAISED
Eshkol Reports to Knesset On
Development of Atomic Energy
IERUSALEM iJTA) Finance Minister Lev! K-hkol toll Is-
rael's Parliament this weck-.n response to sharp opposition party
criticism-that the lorma.ion of ., government company to toeop
and exploit atomic energy tor peaceful purposes had been motivated
D, .he need to relieve the government oi Ihe heavj burden ... financing
such de\< lopment.
He made the statement in reply
(0 charges that the company had
be, p. set up to by -pass Parliamen-
tary control. Alter proposing that
the*question be submitted to a com-
mittee, th< critics withdrew mo-
lions for a general debate on the
question, incorporated at l 50.-
Birchites, Rockwell Backer Unite
BOSTON (JTA' A Joe McCarthj Book
named lor the late Wisconsin Senator, will
for business here this week under sponsor
f the i ight-wing John Birch Society and op
d bj Speros Lagoulis, close friend ami finan-
i|.;...rt-r of George Rockwell, head ol the
ican Nazi Tarty, the Boston Herald reported
Philip K. Langan, New England coordinator
he Kirch society, was quoted on the plans
- the first operating association of the extreme
ri| hti-t group and the MO-Nati Party.
Langan sail that a brochure on the store.
uluch will features Stock Ol American" book-.
periodicals and pamphlets, was being prepared
and would b< sent to Birch Society members soon.
Langoulis was fined 125 In Boston Municipal
,'nurt in 1961 for using the name "Nathan Gins-
' to register hotel rooms for Rockwell and
n aidi when the, came to Boston m January.
T. ^SUreVin the name of Lagoulis-
wife.
000,000 ($16,668,666), the firm's
founding shareholders include
Prime Minister David Bcn-C.itrion,
Mr. Eshkol, and Deputy Defense
Minister Shimon Peres as repre-
sentatives of the government.
The Firance Minister also re-
jected allegations that tho pro-
ject was kept secret unH the
company's formation was an-
nounced on Dec. 9. Hs recalled
recommendations he had made
to the Knesset last year to mobi-
lize upplementary funds for se-
curity needs from sources other
than taxation. He a.ded that
when prospective donors, both
individuals and institutions, were
canvassed for support cf the pro-
ject, they iri-cated they preferr-
ed subscribirj to the project.
It was then decided, with ap
proval ol ihe -talc controller, he
,,, form a limited company
Continued on Page 9-A
Syria Rushes
More Troops
To the Border
TEL AVIV (JTA S>
was reported this week to b
rushed more armor and troop;
its positions near Take Tibert.
apparently in response to Isr
warnings that continued Syrian
tacks against the demilitarr
zone would evoke a military :
sponse from Israel. Dispatc
from Damascus continued to rep :
that Syrian Army alert and nv
lization orders remained in fore
Reports from northern Israel
dicate 1 that the Syrians had bee:
adding artillery to their positi-
on the heights overlooking Isr
settlements in the southeastern
gion of Lake Tiberias. Increa-
military movements also were
cheated' in other sections of
Israeli-Syrian front, the Syri
apparently re-ponding to fear- .1
. i Israeli counteraction.
The increased movements a*
Syrian troops ar.d equipme--'
were vr-ted as Gen. Carl Vc
Horn, chief of staff of the Unit*:!
Nations Truce Supervision Or-
ganization, informed the Israeli
Foreign Ministry that he was co^
fi.ent that a visit he made *~
Damascus would result in easir-9
of tensions in the border area.
Gen. von Horn made the Visit
response to warnings by Isra
Continued on Page J.-A
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Friday, December 21, la
United Fund Leaders Laud Dade for '62 Success
slogan was: "Help Them All
All At Once."
And Dade Count) did.
Winners of the Book Review contest held by the Bureau of
Jewish Education as they appear on television here. They
presented their winning reviews and discussed Jewish litera-
ture and Jewish education with Louis Schwartzman. execu-
tive director of the Bureau. Rabbi Jonah Caplcn introduced
the program of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Shown
axe Sheila Aronson, thiid prize winner; Jeffrey Rosenberg, first
prize winner; Schwartzman, and Rita Norton, second prize
winner. Fourth and fifth prizes went to Gail Resnick and
Cheryl Kitman.
Former German in Connecticut
Jail for Defacing Synagogue
NOR WALK. Conn (JTA) A
former German national was in
Norwalk jail, serving a 60-day sen-
tence for defacing a Norwalk syna-
gogue with swastikas, after drop-
piny his appeal to the United
States Supreme Court against the
sentence.
William Arnold, 24. now living
in Milford. Pa., had been convict-'
ed with a friend. Harold Fahy. 24.
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ogue on February l. i960
They were convicted bj the Bri Ige
port Superior Court in June, i960
They appealed to the Connecticut
Supreme Court of Knurs, and that
court rejected the appeal last July.
They had been trc on $3,000 bond
each, pending the outcome of their
appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Fahy continued his appeal.
The prosecution had called them
Nazi sympathizers in the trial,
who had tried to shrug off the
daubings as a prank.
United Fund of Dade County
aske I
'
said thai the hu I thousands
- here deserv d the
!. nor ai 0| I i Dade
nifi d hind > i
: df 39 welfare
and hun
M- t rsl campai ictorj with a
rousing 102.08 percent ol the goal.
Campaign Chairman Jay 1 KlS-
k announced that a total ol F2.-
907,090 has been raised against the
1962 cai goal Oi S2.S47.962.
'lh;s was the fit -i "over the top"
! :'i Mice the United Fund
was organized back in 1957.
"It indicates that Dade Coun-
ty has at last taken its place
amor g the communities across
the nation who meet the respon-
sibil'ty for the welfare needs of
their citizens," Kislak declared.
'To the 39 United Fund mem
her agencies, this success assures
them that their programs will be
ably supported in 1963.
"It was the magnificent response
of the people of this community
in the final week of the campaign
that put ii- over the top." Kislak
said.
He added that it was impossible
to personally thank the army ol
12,1..... volunteers, but "'each one ol
them" has played an important
i art in this victory.
"Our success belongs to all the
people in Dade, both the contribu-
tors and the thousand- who will
I benefit from United Fund services
in the coming year," Kislak em
phasized.
All but one division exceeded
their goals. Major Corporate
Gifts, headed by William D. Singer.
reported 100.1 per cent. Other di-
visions, chairman and per cent of
Dr Annis is Speaker
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity
was to meet Thursday. 7 p.m.. at
I the Columbus Hotel. Dr. Edward
Annis. president of the American
i Medical Assn.. was to speak on
"Medicare ;.nd its Effect on Den-
i tistry "
goal are: Divisions "A.'* M. M
Brisco il04 8i; Divisions B," peji
:. a. Evans, 1103.0); United G.....I
Neighbors, Li ster Barnh II and .1
Luckett Lawn. Jr., 1101.8).
The Special Gifts Division, with
William D. Pawley as chairman,
reported in si $5.9 per cent.
However, th:s r'ivisicn depends on
winter residents for a grcaf por-
tion of its goal, and will prob-
ably exceed the quota in com-
ing months.
United Fun"- 19.12 campaigi
Cuban Children
Will be Feted
Greater Miami Section of the
National Council of Jewish Women
is again sponsoring a Chanuka
parly lor Jewish Cuban refugee
children on Sunda) from 2 to 4
p.in
Hosting the party in the Coun-
cil's offices v :ii be membt rs oi
the Evening Division, cc-chaire
bj Mrs Ernest Andich and Miss
Cad Richman.
Entertainment and gifts will be
provided for the children, and re-
freshments will be served to i"!!
the guests. Some 150 Jewish ref-
ugees attended la-t year's party.
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Jacob Harrison, program chair-
man, was to introduce Mrs. Edythc
Geiger, executive secretar) "t the
American Friends of the llebrcu
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tor Ernest Sterner was to offer a
group of Chanuka songs.
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Page 3-A
Zionists Divide on Actions
Committee Meet in NX
I Mrs. Fay Coulton, chairman of the Thrift Shop of National
IChiiciens Cardiac Hospital, discusses plans for the coming
Iseason with Mrs. Geri Goldberg, member of the hospital's
board of governors. The Thrift Shop is at 738 NW 62nd St..
V .. now entering its second year.
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr.
N'ahurn Goldmann, president t tha
World Zior.lsl Organizjtion, said
this week ;ii ;i press conference
thai hi- was "astonished and sor-
ry" over the "excitement" in Is-
rael aver the decision to hold toe
next meeting t>t the Zionist Ac-
tions Committee in Now Y.trk. He
asserted thai the Israeli pros-; had
i-ii rted" facts of the discussion
in American Zionist groups on the
proposal.
He said he had supported the
idea of a New York nieetiEg be-
cause n was "bound to be impress-
ive to the highest possible deuree
and carry influence, and be the
beginning of a great Zionist activ-
ity among American Jews." He
emphasized that when he gave
such support to the proposal on
Ins visit to Israel last November,
ii was dear that "even then, we
decided fwrsl oi all to consult with
the members of the Actions Com-
mittee from the United States and
the /.lorn-.! Organizations in the
United States."
He declared that the Zionist
Organization of America did not
oppose such a meeting. Adding
that "there were differences be-
tween ZOA leaders" on the idea.
he said that the ZOA had decid-
ed to leave the final decision "to
the appropriate institutions,
which means through the Zionist
executive ant! the praesidium of
the Actions Committee."
He said that this was the stand
I taken by Mizrachi and the Labor
Zionistoi even though the majority
of these organizations had support
ed I he idea of a New York meet-
ing. Hadassah, he declared, hai*
decided to oppose the idea "bill
it has never staled it would not
accept the decision of the major-
ity."
"The problem of duel loyality
was never mentioned." he added,
'"and it would be dishonest to ac-
cuse tlie ZOA of allegedly demand-
ing any kind of censorship over
speeches at the proposed meeting "
lb s.-ud thai the ZOA decided only
' that if the meeting did take place
i in New York, "an agenda and pro-
gram would have to be thorough
ly prepared."
Dr. Goldman then added he felt
that it would be better lo post-
pone the proposed meeting in New
York to a later date because the
American Zionist Council was cur-
rently in "a stage of reorganiza-
tion." At the same time, he
stressed that a meeting in New
York would "increase the expenses
very substantially."
"The Zionist executive in New
York, at a meeting attended by
the chairmaa ot the Jewish Agency
executive, Moshe Sharett. and its
ueasurer, Aryeh Pincus, both now
on a visit to New York, decided
unanimously to propose that the
prai -i hum oi the Actions Commit-
lee postpone the final decision to
Dec. 24. at which date Sharett and
Pincus will be back in Israel, and
a joint meeting of the Zionist
executive and the praesidium will
be held." he said. "Any decision
adopted at that meeting will be
implemented."
Syria Rushes
More Troops
To Mm Border
Continued from Page 1-A
officials that continued Syrian at-
tacks on settlements in the de-
militarized zone, and on Israeli
fi-hermen on the lake, would not
be permitted to continue indefinite-
ly without an Israeli counter-action.
Brig. Abraham Yoffo. the Israeli
commander in the area, said on
the Military Broadcasting Station,
that, if Syrian attacks continued,
the Israeli Army would not hesti-
tate to use its weapons to pro-
tect lite and work in the region.
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Volume 35
Number 51
24 Kislav 5723
Friday. December 21
1962
The Miracle of Chanuka
Chanuka, the Festival of Lights, begins Fri-
: ay evening. The miracle of the one-day sup-
: ly of oil that burned for eight days has fired
.e imagination of successive generations of
rws throughout the ages. (See Sec. C and D.)
Neither has the miracle of Chanuka
: minished in significance since the victory of
e Maccabees over the forces of Antiochus.
hich sought to impose the way of Graeco-
yria upon a Jewish people that had previous-
discovered the way of God a full millenium
=fore.
For it has ever been thus since the dawn
Jewish history: that one kind of Antiochus
:: another would emerge from the dark of sur-
;undmg antagonism and spiritual ignorance
a campaign to bring the Jews to heel.
The victory of the Maccabees is therefore
mbolic of the eternal Jewish triumph over
: iversity and evila victory best exemplified
n modern times by the reemergence of Israel
:-om out of the ashes of the Hitlerian rise and
all and the tragic murder of six million inno-
cent Jews.
In this sense, Chanuka is the triumph of
an's will to be spiritually free from all
ranny, so that he may worship as he sees
: t within the privacy of his personal consci-
i ice.
As we light the first of eight Chanuka
: andles Friday evening, we will be kindling
: new the symbol of the might of simple dignity
: ver the bluster of wooden deities who are, by
-ie nature of their senseless quests toward
orldly power, forever doomed to defeat.
vie just
DON'T LIKE
THE POLICYt
America Votes 'NoAgain
It is a sad commentary upon the ways of
Vashington that, once again, the U.S. has seen
::t to opose direct peace talks between Israel
:nd the Arabs at the United Nations. We
should, of course, have been prepared for it.
Our delegation took the same position last
ear, when Adlai Stevenson voted "no" to the
. 5-nation, African-sponsored proposal for direct
-Iks.
Indeed, more than a straw in the wind was
vie brief departure statement by Myer Feld-
r.ian. President Kennedy's personal advisor, in
Tel Aviv early last month, when he suggested
d Israeli officials that they drop their efforts
3 press for direct talks.
It is no longer defensible for the U.S. posi-
on to label these efforts as "inopportune," es-
: ecially when the presumable stumbling block
d peace in the Middle East, the Arab refugees,
.-as become the personal plaything of Amer-
.ra's own Dr. John H. Davis, commissioner
reneral of UNRWA.
It is the Davis report on the Arab refugees
Mat once again falsely colors the atmosphere
: t the United Nations to the point where Arab
. waders, with impunity, launch into vicious anti-
luael and anti-Semitic attacks.
Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir was
..ght this week to take to the floor of the UN,
-here she charged that "Dr. Davis goes be-
yond the immediate scope of his mandate." In
similar regard, it seems that the U.S. goes be-
ond the spirit of its democratic traditions re-
peatedly to label Israeli efforts toward the at-
tainment of peace as "inopportunte."
It is interesting to note that the African
-ations have found the U.S. attitude more than
uzzling. It took a spearheading 16-African
..ation resolution last year to urge the UN to
::>rce the Arabs to sit down and talk peace.
This year, a 19-nation resolution, again
sparked by the Africans, is demanding the
same thing. These are the new lands that
.nderstcnd the meaning of peace. These cue
Me new lands that have not been tainted by
Me prejudice-inspiring side effects of European
: vilization.
These are the lands that have been among
-raei's Greatest friends and keenest sympa-
v.izers in the quest for peace.
Wanted: Permanent Peace
The unsettled border that separates Syria
and Israel seemed late last week to be coming
to a boiling point. It is to be hoped that the
danger simmers down.
Once again, the United Nations, in the
person of Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn, is exer-
cising its offices in behalf of peace. Whether
or not the effort will be successful is a matter
for the future to decide.
But it is interesting to note the parallel be-
tween Israel-Arab tensions and internal Arab
affairs. Whether for good or bad, as political
realignments occur among Arab leaders, so do
the tensions rise.
Thus, the fiction that is the United Arab
Republic, from which Syria has long since
split, seems once again to be the central focus
for Syria's latest threatening moves against
Israel's borders. That Syria and the UAR had
a bitter falling-out in the not too distant past
appears of little significance in the unrelenting
Arab war to keep Israel on edge.
All of which comes down to the fact that
peace can never come to the Middle East unil
an honestly-motivated world presses for it.
Gen. Von Horn's trip to Syria last week is mere-
ly a stopgap, however welcome it may be. But
the United Nations must begin to think in more
specific terms than these if its offices are not
to be a mere fire engine, responding to danger
only when someone sounds the alarm.
United Fund's Success
Dade County is rightly proud that the Uni-
ted Fund has gone over its goal. The statis-
tical aspects of this achievement are less sig-
nificant than the fact that the UF's health, wel-
fare, and humanitarian agencies here will be
able to function during the coming year ac-
cording to the minimal standards set forth by
their budgetary allocations.
There is thus good reason for our com-
munity to be proud of itself.
None of this suggests that Dade County
can now sit back satisfied. On the contrary
as a growing and well-oriented citizenry'
Greater Miami will have even higher United
fund goals to achieve during the years ahead.
But with the successful 1962 campaign as
a model, greater levels of giving will be an-
other plateau in our sound community's ever-
rising humanitarian achievement.
the week
as i see i(
IT SEEMS THAT th, Mianu
Junior Womans dub dow
during (he week :,z X ^z^z?
cated to the frills of vun,
feminine impulse, with an oc-
casional foray into the dMh
realm of ,<**, tf*umejatjon
via a good deed performed Jt
the price ot hoipolloi contact
and before the documenting
lens of Society Page photog.
raphers As a matter of fact, the Miami Junior Woman.-, flub has
gone on record in endorsement of vicious anti-Semitic testimony of
fered at a Senate Finance Committee hearing in Washington
The testimony was presented by Curtis Dall. chairman ..;
Fi
r
u
by LEO MINDUN
for the Liberty Lobby. The substance of Dall's remarks ado
Policy
quitch
describes the nature of his organization. Declared Dall to the com-
mittee, which was then inquiring into the advisability of the Kenncd\
tariff bill, subsequently passed into law on Sept. 19:
"It is apparent that this project is actually aimed to enrich a
few and to create turmoil and unemployment in many of our kev
industries, anil it has been dreamed up and is being pushed by Pre*.
ident Kennedy's political bosses and mentors, men who run the ( uun.
cil of Foreign Relations and the Business Advisory Council
And who. in Curtis Dall's view, are these "bosses and mentors"'
Said he: "However, in this case, the real center and heart of this
international cabal shows its hand: namely, the political Zioi st plan-
ners for absolute rule via One World Government."
KtCOMMlNDATIONS WITH A V/fW
<> 1
THE MIAMI JUNIOR Womans Club is among Florida or
' that have endorsed this view as a perfectly valid statement of
the new tanlf law's intent for the nation. Apparently, thi
Miami socialites also underwrite their faith in Dairs amplil
his thesis: 'This is the basic group thai created and Qnam
called Communism, which bores upward on Christian so
the bottom Hence, one wonders if President Kennedy 1
how become a working 'paw n' in their game."
Such conclusions, and the endorsement of them as as
pression of the ongoing policies of our government, are norn
pected from extremist groups encompassing a wide variety of polit-
ical orientations: among them, those offering as rote their anU-catho-
lic, anti Ni gro, and anti-Semitic sentiments. But the Miami Junior
Womans Club, a rarified body of elite young ladies, is by no
of the imagination a part of this constellation. Or is it?
"A Message from the Juniors" is the title of a list of r com-
mended reading and radio listening compiled by the club, and new
hanging at Holmer Drug Co, on Biscayne Blvd. Posted among th*
innocence of ice cream sodas, cosmetics, camera film, multi purpose
.polished pills, and pocket books, all common fare of..the well stocltejl
"corner drug store." the list warns: "Don't Let I's^Bpco.nie a- "<*i-
munist America." and launches into its persuasive campaign b;. sug-
gesting the J. Edgar Hoover volume. "Masters of Deceit,
primer in the literary armament against subversion.
THt SUP THAT BITtAYt INItHT
THIS IS A sound and laudable opening; but then, the Miami Junior
Womans Club slip begins to show. "Listen to the Following K.ioio/
Programs." the placard posted on a large bulletin board urges, offer*
ing among others: the Christian Crusade. 20th Century Reiorraation.
and the Anti-Communism School of the Air.
Item: The Christian Crusade, of Tulsa. Okla., is headed b> the
Rev. Billy James Hargis, whose anti-Semitic associations and back
ground are a well-documented and long time thing.
Item: 20th Century Reformation is sponsored by the Rev. farl
Mclntire, a defrocked Presbyterian minister. Mclntire is an open
associate of hatemonger Hargis, and played a key role in the anti-
Catholic activity that served as a prelude to the 1960 Presidential
campaign.
Item: The Anti-Communism School of the Air has been a dis-
seminator of extreme right-wing material, which repeatedly attacks
the U.S. Government for one "blindness" or another. Norb Gariety.
the program's broadcaster, recommended back In November. 1961
that listeners attend a series of lectures bv Kenneth Coff then ap-
pearing in Miami.
Goff. not so incidentally, was at one time associated in the field
of hatemongering with Gerald L. K. Smith, who has been denounced
as a bigot by no less an organization than the American Legion G iff
also shared the platform at a meeting in 1955 with Conde MctSlnlev,
publisher of the vicious anti Semitic sheet. "Common Sense." McC.
ley may he seen as cited in a 1954 report of the House Committ--.'
on Ln-Amcrican Activities.
WHAT THt KlADt* SHOULD KNOW
UUHAT ELSE DOES the Miami Junior Womans Club recomim I
In the "Subscribe to the Following" category, the socialite or-
ganization really comes into its own. Here are suggested such
like publications ,1S "Citizen Speaks," 'The American View." |
nomk Council Letter. and the "Dan Smo.it Report"
Item: ''Citizen Speaks" has been amply documented in thi
umn on Feb. 23 and a- recently as Nov. 23. which discussed Miami
< nlropractor Jerome I> Harold and his Committee to Warn o: the
Arrival of Communist Merchandise on the Local Business s-
Harold S committee, now a hero of the national John Birch get
is an ardent subscriber and letter-writer to "Citizen Speaks." which
bills itself as "Christian, Constitutional, and Conservative." lt.s pub-
lisher, v ,i. Cardan, of Key Biscayne, declared in a recent issue:
"The money changers had better wake up because the monej spend-
ers are h. ginning to" and -Those who w.ll not tolerate Christmas in
OLK schools shoufd not profit |,y Christinas in THEIK store*."
Other issues ,,f -Citizen Speaks- have opened the..- pages to H
tsyron Gaar, Jr., of Miami, who demands thai newspaper OWOfln
align themselves "100S with Christ and the C.S.A.." and who rec-
ommends as an example Publisher Tyler (i Kent, of the now defunct
sun (Palatka, Fla.) Kent, as reported here Nov. 23. was at one
inn.- a clerk in the IS Embassy in London. In 1940 he was ,h rued
uiih passing secret information to the Nazis, tried, convicted and
spent several years in a British prison.
Dr. Harold himseU the author of anti Semitic poison pen "'m0'
'""',' "'""' '".....k- which he circulates to Miami community lead-
""'"mi, the mail, and who has a pitch for Ins commit!-.
?veB "'"" ""':' -1"' "Citizen speak-.- I, immediate!) I
oy unsigned articles ol praise, preaumabl) from the pei
',s|"'' ,-"'!'"- to such notorious aim Semites .,, perennial Demo
cratic candidate John G Crommelin, of v, Adm
(KC| repudiated i>> both id U j
Continued on Page 6-A
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Friday. December 21. 1962
LETTER TO THf HMTOR-
xUnislfhrHw
Page 5-A
Student Wants Religion in His School Explained
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Some 2.20O students at Miami
Beach Hih School gathered in the
.iditcrium at 8:35 a.m.. Friday
in a musty uld history book. j ^hieh was 95 per cent Jewish
After the narration, came the If a M,ldent *nts religion in | nd also attended by a sprinkling
{ift-giving aspect ol the program nis Ufc' ,et hiin S<> to his church of 9d-will Gentiles, who no
morning; The lights dimmed, and which was introduced in a New '" svn:'""ue- and practice it in j doobt claim that some of their
hc school choir marched down the Testament selection on charity- *" :'fs vvelL That such a' b,st friends are Jews-
which included the question of sc
tarian practices in public school
Thus we see that within the ran' .
ot the Orthodox rabbinate ai
laietg ihre- is a difference ot op!
| ion on this subject.
The prayer-ir.-schools issue ...
only one aspectalthough a
important oneof the over-a
doctrine of separation of churc-
ar.d state as set forth in the Firs
Amendment of our constitutor
Rabbi Stern must look at th!
Simultaneously, a narrator, a
cl ^irl who, incidentally, is
ho.lv.
as well.
in any case, the curtains "''IZ'i^Zr'C^^^"^ "* """"at home. Was this a trial balloon.
parted .... stage to feature Santa sonw future Antiochus. :a IlIturo blueprin, |0I. the :inmiaI;
" toZmni*0-'--?-", JZS-W?**!** S,UdC,,t at G(T,i,C ba,!.al lhe Su-rf ?,ub .nd!lK- knmvn that Torah Uw doefnc!
;,; reced most eloquently the V1^ J\?"cth ^ *.? ^ dennd MWf a 'SP? affa"" at hWl wilhoutihave to protectTheTlheists a.
s,orj of Chanuka and Christmas. cteverly-decorated floats, pre- as to why our community has tol- restrictions? laenostics." In my opinion v3
-ha( wu this supposed to he-a t'*J*l%l Pi "'r f" s,'l'h ,,nfi',r:,,;<"> <* Wligton A f havc ere con(iUJon ()f /.di
room where.,, we were to ''> "m J""-. *" > >-<;ur .eho.ds. af eeting the m.nds, void; preponderating sent,- d'malchuta," the First Amendme
.. .. ...kih ;. Kritr- pn.v m ate l> si.ihxi. w ith each stu- ot the youth at this questing age i ,...8., ..... .. ____,_ ,_____ ....; ,u.. -i......t ,u.. i. .i c;
which is better?
I found the celebration an un-
fortunate thing, for most of the
1 900 Jewish students have not
progressed beyond even the bar-
est of Jewish studies; I woi-ld
suspect that they hardly even
know th* story of the Maccabees.
Put as the narration offered it,
ihc Chanuka festival was a re-
mote event a few thousand years
,irjo when a han.'ful of outnum-
bered Jewish soldiers won a bat-
tle with the big, bad Greeks for
not letting them live the way
they wanted to.
Undoubtedly, most of the Beach
Ugh students lelt the auditorium
oubting the credibility of the
mi personally giving from S2 oi their lives.
to $3.
Frankly, l would much rather
have given my contribution to my
synagogue for its needy in the ____
form of Chanuka Gelt, but the
-park that lit my indignation was EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
the statement in the assembly: "In
temples, homes, and synagogues
Chanuka is celebrated; while in
churches, homes, and schools,
is questing ageU^g lh(, jewisb people in pro- being the "law of the land." Sin. -
'testing against shoddy stratifica- this law does not in any way i
JERRY ARANOFF ''on- We refuse to attend perform fringe upon Jewish religio
Miami Beach ances until the Opera Guild passes practices, then we Jews mi
a resolution not to hold meetings abide by the law. On the ct
or functions in places that prac- trary, Rabbi Stern and all Ann
tice discrimination against one of it an Jewry should be grateful th
its members. We feel that a pnn- the First Amendment includes tl -
last Mw I had occasion to call viP]c is involved, and pity those protection of the rights of ev, i.
you? .Sontodt?&* ^o < "Shah-shah! Why the atheists and agnostics.
Greater Miami Opera Guild in
Christmas is celebrated."
If the schools insist upon uti-
lizing its time and efforts as
courtroom, wherein the two re-
ligions are presented for seem-
ing choice, then I call it a mis-
trial; for our side can not poss-
ibly offer a fair statement of its
holding social functions at the Surf
Club, which practices anti-Jewish '
discrimination. The exchange Ol
letters in your columns called forth'
much discussion, and Or. Arturo di
son once declared: "for the right
more precious than peace."
HARRY SIMONHOFF
Miami
Kilippi assured the Anti-Defamation ---------------------
League that the Guild was con- EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
templating a change in a policy
that is offensive to its Jewish pa-! 1 w0,,ld .llkc..to takejssiicjvith imerests may not ever exploit r -
We must remember that t. >
thirteen American colonies insi- -
cd upon this First Amendmcr
not because they were Godless, n'
because they were secularists,
They wanted this "wall of separ
tion-' between church and state
order to eliminate the possibili';
that the state and certain econorr
my learned colleague. Rabbi Tibor ||jgion t0r political purposes to t'
Stern, regarding his remarks in a detriment of religion.
Immediately, notices were mail- letter to the editor of three weeks.
-------- lions and supporters.
kl,.f Aii-M-fAi. killli/tn /lilt #. kit Clnt! immediately, notices were mail- u.,.r ,,, ,|. editor of three weeks
NCW UU3rTCr-nllH0n Vjll TO Ml. Jindl cd that the next Opera Ball would ago on lhc -prayer-in-thc-schools" Therefore, regardless of wl
^ be at the Fontainebleau. But a controversy. l-vPe of. Jew one may Profess_>lJ
Announced from Greenspan Foundation
controversy,
(iiscreet silence prevailed about ft _... ._. ,h, beOrthodox, Conservative, F-
lunchcon for artists and Guild Rabbl Stern seems to imply that form or what havc you-the Fir
members in the winter of 1963 at Orthodox Jewry is not opposed to Amcl|ment is the greatest ran
' <*ra.,l ,fw,s.pr......onto, Mt. Greenspan Out-Patient Pavilion the Suri Cub. {he J^J^VVSJt TJTjTfLZlVTi
sinal Hospital, announced \iln->- provides complete diagnostic and To date ,he J0ci,, p<,,ity of week, alter Rabbi Stern's remarks, sure (hc preservation of that kir i
[ay I to the hospital ,,,.;ni,,n, services. The week- the Opera Guild remains un- the press reported that there wereLg freedom wherein Jews a'
new gimmick was pros and cons on the church state equal wnh their fellow America!
Dee. 5, a pre- issue at the 64th biennial conven-j
pretentious Opera tion of the Union of Orthodox RABBI LOUIS A. CAS'
the Eden Roc, Jewish Congregations of America, Miami Beach
The funds wi;i provide addition ;.>'-""-> ......,-
clinics and facilities for the n" Surgical.
lay $260,000 gift to the hospital ,,.,.;,, >mi,,x The 28 week- ,he Opera Guild
Jsis^ss^K'dSs......-p -.....o-j*..... aair Sri
\!r> S. Harvey Greenspan and betlc, Dental and Eye, Nose and '"troduced. On
aughter, Mrs. Basil Heatter Throat. ... Medical, Obstetrics season p
f ., nllltll%n GynocolOgy, Orthopedics, Pcdia- Ball was tr.ed at
l:-e funds will pn.vide addition- -. '
.-,nt Out-l'atient Department, The enlargement of the fa ell
l ,h t/as nhaDced by their late In the Greenspan Out-Paticnl Pa
ishand and father vilion will be a continuation nl
As said that "with the gen the efforts begun by the late Mr
IV'-of this outstanding contri Greenspan In 1946, whei
n Ml Sinai will be able to started tribut !2 D to
nd its services to the many provide for the clinic
can pay for onlj part or none "The Greet pan I'"
'heir much needed ineieal treat- contribution to the hospit I -
-lit which "ill "' ich out to lhe
thats right!
w
Indicative of the population
.,'owth of the area and the con-
-.quent reed of an expansion in
iiedical facilities to meet this
m'owMi are the following statis-
tics: in 1961, 17,200 persons were
cared for in the Out-Patient De-
partment; for 1962, the estimate
il an increase which will reach
21,000. "To build to meet the de
ire to live in 9od health of the
individuals behind these statis-
tics is the aim of Mt. Sinai and
of the Greenspan Foundation,"
Lewis declared, adding:
r'or the elderly and Indigent
ho come :o the doors of Mt Sinai,
' only criterion for acceptance is
heir need for medical care, re-
.rdless of race, color, creed or
lie ability to pay."
lhe second largest outpatient
in Dade county. Mt. Sinai's
0*. NfNffr 5CH0K*
- ol many," said Samuel Gert-
ner, executive director ol Ml
Comii nca l-warm
, to Mt Sinai's 13th :
versarj week, ;t is evidence .>t the
continued responsibility "i
saving shared by the hospital and
the communit)
Noted Rabbi Will
Live at Coronet
Dr. Hcnrj A Schorr, rabbi emer-
itus of Temple Adath Israel in the
Bronx, has moved into th 11
house suite ol the Coronet H
in Miami Beach, He served
spiritual leader ol the pioneer
Jewish congregation ol the Bronx
from 1830 to 1856\ when he r ired
because oi ill health,
Dr. Schorr, a member oi the Ccn
ir.il Conference "i Vmcrii an R
bis was in the first gra
ii Instil '
Religion, where he studied ui
lhe late Rabbi St. phen 11
Twice presdent of the Bronx
BoarJ of Rabbis, Dr. Schorr
played a leading role in the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal, Israel Bonds
and the Zionist mowcme.it. He
was first president of the C.onx
Diwis:on cf the Jewish National
Fund.
He i
I
.1 ivi rsitj
Dr Schorr oi
executiv. vice ;
Br<
the A cd, He w 'i i
with Michael Sos in, oi
operator of lhe Coronet, in d,
opirt; the ItOShet retirement hotel
Viceroy's got the taste that's right!
Some filter cigarettes tas>t too strong I
crcd kind S. n taste too light-ami thc>
,. aj voud like
keall seven ol ih Icadi \
,omc ;.- too oi
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Friday, December 21
Tr
DtfMKC THE WftX AS I 5EE tT
Elite Miami Women Endorse
The Reading of Hate Literature
Continued from Page 4-A
Navy < iff i > .
as LOO ( hi tian, ami his | ...t
form is Christ all the > ay ."
Other lit 'mv n the
recommended read!
tunor Womans Club-
ffT9 literati
"The American V
P 0 Bos 33-734, M eatures
a telephone service which
ularly carries a host i a
n (ration m essa ges "The
Amerii :>.:t View pro ioI d th1
ri : in hi i i Wes-
ley Swift, a long-time anti-Semite,
who ha- also involved himself in
anti-Catholicism, and was cited
by the American Lesion in its
Subversive Activities Report.
[tern: "The Economic Council
r." 156 Fifth Ave., -New
York, published by the Kconomic
Council, whose head was Merwin
K. Hart until he died last week
An anti-Semite of elite standing,
Hart was also cited by th< I i
gfon's subversive rundown.
Item: "Dan Smoot Report."
P.O. Box 6911. Lakewood Station.
Dallas. Tex. Smoot is a self
annointed "Harvard professor"
and "former assistant to J. Ed-
gar Hoover." WLOF-TV. the ABC
television affiliate of Orlando.
Kla., in an editorial last Apr. 26.
exposed Smoot's fraudulent cre-
dentials and pegged him as a
"typical extremist." who
charges with being "Communis
tic dangers Justice Earl War-
ren, the Kennedy Administration,
the Cnited Nations. Mrs. Roose-
velt, Ed Marrow. Walter Reuther.
Secretary of Labor Goldberg, the
income tax. and even fluoridation
ot water."
One can go on and on about
the Miami Junior Womans Club
recommendations It is astonish-
ing that -" many of them turn
oil* to he less than savory, and
: h s > smool h as the
silken wardrtbe these socialites
must surely wear. It is al< in-
terest ng to not that the Flor da
ton of the A iti-Defantation
L .'- le ol B'nai B'rith, before
which the Junior Womans Club
i the Curtis Dall
: sfimoh) was revealed by its
executive director, Nathan Per!
mi..t.r. at a statewide ADL meet-
ing here Dee. 2. has l> en able
(0 I Mice not a .-.ingle letter of ex-
iti ry i o m m e nt from the
i
d in thi- order were
-e officials: Mrs. John C Wal-
ker, Miami Junior
I Club, on Nov. 5; Mrs.
'' Iker, in a 1 cond letter of in-
quiry- Nov. 10; Mrs. Charles Ma-
gill, advisor, Miami Junior Worn
ans < lob, on Not, 21; Mrs. Frank
Inho. president. Miami Womans
1 -' r sponsoring organiza-
tion of the Junior Club, on Nov
26.
Straws of a Broomstick
Even more interesting is the
listing of B i s c a y n e Gardens
Association as among sources for
their recommended reading in
the "Above Books are Available
From" category on the "Message
from Miami Juniors" placard at
Holnier Drug Co. Both the Bis
cayne Gardens Association and
the Miami Junior Womans Club
were two of five Florida organi-
zation underwriters of the anti-
Semitic Curtis Dall testimony
befcre the Senate Finance Com- ]
mittee.
Are the witches of "Macbeth"
on the membership committee of i
the Miami Junior Womans Club?
Judging by the books and radio
programs they recommend, it
does seem that straws of a
broomstick do tie together
Beth Torah
Consecrates 125-
700 Enrolled
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i
1 ;radj
I
SAMUEL ROTHBORT AND HIS ART.
Beth Sholom Exhibits Artist's Works
Temple Beth Sholom and the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education are spon-
soring a one-man show of Jewish
art by Samuel Rothbort. The ex-
hibition began last week at
the Temple Beth Sholom Art Gal-
lery. 4144 Chase Ave.. and will con-
tinue until Jan. 2. Hours are 9
a.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays, and Sat
urday and Sunday 9 to 1.
Rothbort's watercolors were used
Annual Party At Menorah
Men's Club of Temple Menorah
will sponsor it> annual "Father
Child Night" in the form of a
Chanuka partj for children of the
Temple religious school and then
father-. Ben Alter, president of the
Men's Club, announced.
To be held in the Temple's Soc
ial Hall on Thursday, Dec. 2". at
7 p.m., the party will featuri
supper and .-'.ar a magician, space
shot in"' m< souvenirs and
prises
The Menorah will be kindled by
youngest child in the nurserj
school to the accompaniment of
tra litional melodies of the festival.
Men's Club officers, including Al-
ter. Norman Shapiro, first vice
president; Alex Frielman, second
vice president; Leo Sonnenbliek. fi-
nancial secretary; Herbert David
Ray, corresponding secretary; Sam
Hohauser, treasurer, and Lester
Boldbert. chairman of the board.
will act as h<
Mesivta in Drive
For Founders
Mesivta Senior High School of
Greater Miami this week an
nounced a drive to enroll 1.000
founders.
Designated as founders will be
those who have donated $100 or
more to the school at 1021 Biar-
ritz Dr., Normandy Isle.
Mesivta Senior High School was
established here in 1(160 with a
tenth grade. In 1961, an 11th
was added This year, a senior
class was opened to complete the
high school prom.mi
The public is invited to visit
the school any day but Fridaj
evening and Saturday from 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m.
SHERATON
in the film. The Ghetto Pillow,"
which deals with life m the Euro-
pean Jewish Shtetl i uring the
1800s. and which recently won an'
tional Council on Audio Visual Mat
honorable mention from the N.i-
erials for Jewish Education. The
film was also chosen as a Cnited
States entry for the Edinburgh
Film Festival.
On Wednesday, the Sisterhood of
the Temple held it- regular
monthly open meeting in the even
ing instead of the afternoon The
film, "The Ghetto Pillow," was
shown, followed by a reception.
The artist Rothbort was born in
Walkovisk, White Russia, in 1882.
For him it is not enough that a
Jewish artist paint the beaut) ot
nature or fantasy, "The eye of
future generation- will some <\j>
demand a true picture of the lives
oi our grandfathers," he explains,
"Because paint, like music, i- Bl
international language," he records
his memories in color
A toTal of 125 fir-t gi
School student-
oration si i \
ah Congregation last i
Irving Beidel, pi
nounced.
The students were ,,e(j ..
Rabbi Max Lipshit/, ,
er of the congregate :.
This enrollment ol tx
pushed total registri
school to over 700 in -
pre school level througl
high school, and has
Torah amongg the tl
synagogue schools in
ty.
Instructor- for the
classes are Mrs J
Mrs Michael GruCl
Slevin and ( haim (
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PMKST TO H.I. GOVERNOR,
Judge Explains Why He
Forced Skull-Cap Removal
10SIPH UPTON
NEWARK (JTAi Magistrate
George \ Ring explained in.s
week in a statement issued to the
press why he ins; nicted an Ortho-
ox Jewish defendant to remove
bia skull-cap In court His action
against Moms Steigman was pro-
tested by the New Jersey Region
of the American Jewish Consress
Lipton and Rifas Team Up to Head
Finance Division of Combined Appeal
%gTw prominent Jewish commun-
***. ii ders this week teamed up
lo head the Finance Division of
163 Combined Jewish Appeal.
They are Joseph M. Lipton. pres-
: : Dade Federal Savings and
1 Issn., and Hyland Kifa~. who
r Miami Title and Abstract Co.
n and RifM have taken on
tbi responsible task in honor of
i :h anniversary year cur.
I ol the Greater Miami Jew
.ration and the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
t ,i general campaign
an of the Combined Jewish
ppeal m 1961, and Rifas served
chairman of the Trade and
'.:i- Council in 1962

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Co-chairmn of th division are
[Herbert Gruber and Charles
[Goldstein. The quaret will bring
[CJA's annual ore.gift drive for
philanthropic funds into the al-
lied banks and loan companies,
| II well as stock brokerage and
iniurane* fields.
.ipton and Rifas will serve the
e Divisions as honorary
, i,Ah.:"man and chairman, respec
gvi
A- announced this week was
1 pointment nt Hershel Rosen
i chairman of the Bank and
Company group. In 1962,
I i.il. who .- vice president
easurer of Flaglef Fe oral
I and Loan Aaslt., served as
airman o( the Finance i'i-
Associate chairman of this
one o! the most active in
\ campaign', will be Ronald
L ind Saul Scl Milan
MRSCHU KOStNTHAl
as a "direct impairment of reli-1
gious freedom."
The magistrate said in his state-
ment that in Ins 17 year- of law
practice he had never witnessed
| anyone wearing a hat in court and
that he had never heard ol a law
(or rule covering such a situation.!
He pointed out that it had always'
been customary and traditional lor
a person to remove his hat in |
court, and added that the defend-
ant had refused, at the request of
t he court officer, to remove hTs
cap; he informed the defendant
that he would have to do so.
The judge sain that Mr. Stieg-'
man "said it violated his religious ;
principles, hut he removed it with-
out any further comment." The'
judge added that there were no*
threats made of holding the Brook-
lyn man in contempt of court.
The protest was sent to Gov, j
Hughes by Benjamin Epstein, pres-
ident of the New Jersey Region.
The man. noted the letter to the
Governor, "is an Orthodox Jew
v. hose religious principles require
him to kep his head covered at
all times."
Epstein expressed the hope that
the Governor would see to it thai
I he courts of the state avoid "such
abuses" in the future "and. in
particular, that they are instruct-
ed that Orthodox Jews are permit-
led to keep their heads covered
in the court room."

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At the first meeting of the Construction and Allied Trades
Division, members of '.he committee pledge to seek 22 per
cent increase over the previous year for their division in the
1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Standing (left to
right) are David Fleeman. chairman of the division; Murray
Levine, Buildinq Suppliers co-chairman; Sidney Lefcourt,
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who was
principal speaker; Marshall BeTkson, Building Suppliers asso-
ciate chairman; and Irvin Korach, co-chairman, Architects
and Engineers. Seated (left to right) are George Simon, Mi-
ami Beach Real Estate chairman; Leo Eisenstein, coordinating
chairman of the Real Estate Division; and Harold Segal, Mi-
ami Beach Real Estate chairman.
New Students to be Consecrated

forum Meeting Friday
The People Speak, weekly Miami
Beach forum of opinion, will meel
Friday. 8 p.m.. at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
1284 Washington Ave. Panel will
feature Mrs Beatrice I. NuSSer,
family consultant; A. John Gosh-
garian, attorney; and Mrs. Alberta
Murphy, social worker Chaim
Rose will be moderator.
New students at the Temple
Kmanu-F.l Religious School will be
consecrated at services on Satur-
day morning. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
To be consecrated are Bra I Alex-
ander. Sus;m Alterman, Debra An-
derson. Arthur Bradley. Ata Mar-
cia Bear. Kenneth Boyarsky. Ira
Buchwald, Bradley Cassel, Robin
Cohen. Alan Irving Frankel, Mich-
ael Frankel, Joanne Goldring,
Louis Goldstein, Mark Goldstein.
Robert Goldwasser, Robert Jacobs.
Scott Jay, Bruce Kaplan. Eric,
Katz.
Myrna Kessler, Steven Kipms.
Robin Kopen. Allen Levi. Abbey
Levine, Randy Marks. Henry Mech-
ulan, Stephen Meyers, Harris
Mones. Linda N'ovit. Debra Pie-
track, Jacqueline Rosenberg. Rich-
ard Rudow. Judith Schaffer. David
Shcffman. Terry Schuch. Marie
Klena Siegendorg. Yvette Siegen-
dorg, Lori Stein. Freddy Sussie.
Larry Tobin, Steven Weiner, David
Wilkes. and David Zelniker.
Nate Pelmutter, director of the
Anti-Defamation League here, will
be guest speaker at the young Cha-
nuka breakfast in Sirkin Hall on
Sunday.
The Forty-Niners. senior citizens
organisation of the Temple, will
Stage its annual Chanuka festival
Sunday. 7.30 p.m.. at the North
Branch Bldg.. 77th St. and Dickens
Ave,
Deffi ff Chanuka Program
Children of the Hebrew and Sun-
day Schools of Beth El Congrega-
tion will present a Chanuka pro-
gram Sunday morning at 10 a.m.
H11AND RIFAS
Cavalcade of Stars to Feature Top
Israeli Entertainment Here Dec. 30
ra Finegi I i bairman of the
t : ., oi i reel stars, this
. nnounced a corps ot
i in tor the annual function
n il by the Greater Miami
li the ZlOlliSt OTganitt
tmerica.
Old said t!;.,t Ren Giller,
i si .| its) year's cavalcade,
*> erve honorary chairman
i ie function slated Sunday
, Dec :, o ,,t the Miami
\ idKortum
I as \ ice chairmen "t
.hie. which will feature
mding Israeli artists in a
: performance here, are
Ossip, chairman "t the
r Miami ZOA Presidents
| the ZOA; jlar-
iio. president, Miami
the
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! I \ -u Lphriam Collins, president.
GaMea District; Rabbi Sam
i low a/, president, Brov
> Djatrlct; Herman UYuur.iub.
! rd Kate, Jack s Poplck, Mor-
ris Simon, and Sidney Raymond,
i- of the National Execu
Council.
Mortimer May. past national ZOA
lent and l)i Morton J Rob-
bin-. naional chairman of the
-t Youth Commission, will
frve as national advisors
nits year's cavalcade will include
leading Uiaeli troupes, and out-
standing entertainers. Toastmast-
er will be the noted Broadway
humorist, Hy Sands
Also scheduled are the four
Vyalons." in a program >>t son
humor and satire I Israel today.
The "Ayalons" have been appear
ins tor sev ral month- the si
of Cafe Sabra in New York They
have also appeared on the Ed Sulli
\,: show, and recei ti) I "'I'" "'
their own -how ..! Carnegie Hall.
In addition t" "Ayalons." the ca\
icade will bring Israel's outstand
, tenor, the country's most a<
claimed new soprano, a Yemenite
dance team, an inspb and
,, Israel's leading chalil plaj
CIs
Avail Mr in mperb
prtstnt tt no additional ow#
Bebe Idelson
Club Festivity
,k-be IdetaOB Club will hold a
chanuka celebration on Saturday.
7 Pm at the Ftrband Cultural
Center B43 Washington Av
Mrs lsac Offenhenden, presi-
dent said thai the program will
rVature Mr "><< W**8 "*
n .-iU.......i V.....h.rt.sts0
Mrs Rae Weisberg is sponsm
inB the affair. TradiUonal Cha
Ska"refreshments will be served
following the program
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Friday. December 21, 1951

Israel Presses for Peace Talks Now
")
'illiam Fan. of Farr Tours Travel Agents. Miami Beach,
ants a tree in a iorest in the Galilee. Israel. The forest was
i -tablished by the Israel Government Tourist Corporation in
onor of the American Society of Travel Agents, whose mem-
. 9rs have contributed to the development of tourism to Israel.
' nrr visited Israel recently on an educational tour sponsored
. / Trans-World Airlines in cooperation with the Israel Gov-
* nment Tourist Corporation.
Temple Menorah Music Festival
n elaborate "Music Festival"
1 highlight the Ch.inuka week
ebration at Temple Menorah on
ldny. 8.1") p.m., in the Temple's
ul Hall, according to an an-
:.cement by Maurice RevitZ.
-ident
n addition to Cantor Edward
in and choir, who will kindle
Menorah Candelabra with tra-
lor.al hymn;, the Music Festival
.1 present Miss Joyce Farbcr,
oralura ><>prano of the Miami
.ch Civic Orchestra. Mis Far-
r will offer a program of popti-
light classical selections.
iesdames Lillian and Suki Xel-
i. well-known musicians in the
-3. will comprise a threesome
with Judge Theodore Nelson and
sing a medley of songs entitled "In
the Spirit of the Maccabees."' In
ihelr s.mg and dialogue, the Nel-
sons will recreate and reinterpret
ihe tradition;)! story of Chanuka
and place it in the modern spirit
ol todny.
A duct consisting of David and
Jonathan Tcnnen will present mod-
ern folk music.
Following the regular meeting
of the Temple and the musical
program, traditional Chanuka
dishes will be served. Al Sherman
will serve as toastmastcr of the
evening, and Nathaniel Ghckman
will conduct the Temple's busi-
ness meeting.
Continued frm Paf 1-A
by Saudi Arabia's King Feisal
A number of delegates, including
Arabs embarrassed by his volatile
speeches stirring anti-Semitism
and endorsing the neo-Nazi Tacuara
movement of Argentina, had asked
King Feisal to take him away
from the already highly charged
IN scene. Shukairy said before
he left, however, that he expects
to be back here, possibly as the
representative of Syria. Known as
one who has been hired by several
Arab governments previouslyin-
cluding Jordan and Syria-Shu-
kairy assured friends. I'll re-
turn."
The Special Political Committee
has before it three separate reso-
lutions: 1 The 21-member draft
seeking peace talks between the
Arab states and Israel: 2. A pro-
Arab resolution, requesting the ap-
pointment of a UN custodian over
Arab property in Israel; and 3. An
American resolution, extending for
two years after next June 30. un-
til June 30. 1965. the expiring man
date of the UN Relief and Work-
Agency for Palestine Refugees.
Comay's intervention came af-
ter Jordan pleaded for the cus-
todianship and unbraided the
U.S.A. for not going far enough
in backing the Arab claims
against Israel. Then came John
D. L. Hood, of Australia. He re-
jected both the custodianship
resolution sparked by the Arabs
and the peace talks endorsed by
Israel, saying that peace nego-
tiations now would be "inoppor-
tune" and "impracticable."
Comay. however, told the com-
mittee that the only hope for a(
solution of not only the refugee-
problem but of all issues outstand-
ing between Israel and the hos-
tile Arab state- lies in negotia-
tions. He retailed thai Israel and
Arab> had already engaged In ne-
gotiations when 'hey completed
'armistice agreements In 19I9. He
noted thai the Palestine Concilia-
tion Commission, a body which re-
ports to tin-- verj committee, hau
informed the committee three
years ago that, in con- leriag i
solution of the refuuee probtea
the UN must take into accou it tht
(act that' a settlement "would in.
volve important commit t,
Israel
"At any rat< the I-. .al(j
"as far as the Governmi | j,
rael is concerned it can i
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| 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal, it;
was announced Wednesday by-
Judge Irving Cypen. overall chair-
man of the Professional Division.
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the silver anniversary year. Cohen
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of leading members of the social
work field and communal institu-
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Friday. December 21, 1962
vJewist fkwMMair)
ISIDOH H. KRAMIR
Beth Tfilah
Reelects Kramer
.-.(in. ll. Kramer has betn elect-
to serve a third term as presi
i Congregation Beth Tfilah.
fleers who will serve with him
Re Joseph Krantz and Kalik
Weiss, vice presidents; Louis Mer
r treasurer; Joseph Medoff.
financial .secretary; Joseph
'.art/, recording secretary; and
1 - :. ilation of officers will be
held soon, with Rabbi Joseph F.
Racko tky installing the new

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By DR. H. RABINOWITZ
To the rhetorical question.
'What is the reason mr cha
nuka," the Talmud replies
' When the Greeks entered the
Temple, they defiled all the oils
therein, and when the Hashmon
can dynasty prevailed against
them and defeated them, they
made search and found only one
cruse of oil which lay with the
seal "f the Hiflh Priest but which
contained sufficient oil for one
days light only; yet a miracle
as wrought therein and they lit
(the lamp) therewith for eight
day- The following year these
days were appointed a Festival
with the recital of Mallei and
thanksgiving."
Eight-Day Dedication
It is significant that this ".Mir-
acle of the oil" is not mentioned
in any other source. The Book
Of Maccabees merely remarks:
"And all the people fell upon
their faces, and worshipped and
gave praise unto heaven, which
had given them good success
And they kept the dedication of
Hebrew Teachers
To Hear Speaker
... ., Teachers of Greater Ul-
an v eclcbr; te the !'< itival of
I -mK.i at a special lecture and
holiday fest on Thursday, Dec. 27,
.I B 1" p.ffl
will meet under the au-
spices of the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the Hebrew Teach-
eri Assii a! Sirkir. Hall of Temple
Emanu-Fl. where Chanuka candles
will be lit .iim.1 a Chanuka song rest
held.
The teacher.- will be addressed
h> Dr. David Kuselewltx, ot New
York City, who ".ill speak in Hc-
I tew on "How t<> Teach History
FIf(actively m Our Schools." Dr.
K.isclewiu ha- wen associated
w th the American Zionist Council
d the Jeviah Agencj
Arrangements for the eclebra-
>n are in the hands ol Mrs Nor-
.. Robinowitz, instructor al Tern-
Menorah, and Louis Schwartz-
an and Dr N'athaniel Soroff, of
II of the B ireau "f Jewish
'on.
Eshkol Reports
To Knesset On
Atomic Energy
Continued from Page 1-A
atomic energj development
said that the shares would not
dii id< i that the only
weri lei i of shan >
ol V DOm were represeti-
- ni the (; rnnient. The)
trol the mpan) s poUcies,
aid
\ll shareholder* will sign a Hrsl
iver of right-, to the Govern-
ent, and he a.--ure,1 the Knesset
st the company's activities would
ine under control of Parliament
ii Herat, Uapam, Communist.
Derail and Agudat Israel chat-
-ed with the company's formu-
tioa and it- -partisan aspect' as
ilected in the personalities of
e shareholders.
ih
School Children
Mark Chanuka
Beth Bmeth Kindergarten chil-
ien were to present a program
lor Chanuka on Thursday at 11
a.m.
The lirst four classes of Sunday
school prepared their Chanuka
program under the guidance of
Mrs. Mildred Shapnick and Irving
t'ohen. which they will present on
Sunday. Slstet >>d will .serve re-
Ireshmenti
the Altar eight days, and offered
burnt offerings with gladness,
and sacrificed a sacrifice of de-
liverance and praise And
there was exceeding great glad-
ness among the people, and the
reproach of the Gentiles was
turned away."
Unexpected Freedom
The historian Flavius Josephus
(37-105 A.C.E.) similarly com-
ments; "Now Judas celebrated
the festival of the restoration of
the sacrifices of the Temple for
eight days; and omitted no*sort
of pleasures tbenm: but he feast.
ed them upon very rich and spier
did sacrifices; and he honored
God. and delighted them by
hymns and psalms. Nay. they
were so very glad at the revival
of their customs, when alter a
long time of intermission, the)
unexpectedly had regained the
freedom of their worship, that
they made it law for their pos-
terity, that they should keep a
festival, on account of the res-
toration of their temple worship
for eight days. And from that
time we celebrate this festival
and call it lights."
Moreover, the Al-Hanissim
prayer already found in the Sid-
dur of Rabbi Amram Gaon (sec
ond half of the ninth century)
states: "thou delivcrest the
strong into the hands of the
weak, the many into the han;ls
of the few, the wicked into the
hands of the righteous they
appointed these eight days of
Chanuka in order to give thanks
and praises unto thy great name."
When the foe decimated the
population of Palestine, the Rab-
bis were at pains to stress and
reassess the eternal and inde-
structible spiritual values of Juda-
ism. They asserted that the ulti-
mate victory belongs not to those
who come with the facts of might
but to those who come with the
Eternal spirit of God. "Not by
might, nor by power but by My
spirit." was the idea that the
Rabbis endeavored to perpetrate
rather than the arid nationalism
and military powers of the Hash-
monean Dynasty.
The miracle of the oil was an
expression of the Faith which m-
spired and dominated the aged
Mattathias. founder of the Dy-
nasty who made his immortal
stand at Mo;!in. Proudly and
fearlessly he declared: "Though.
all the nations that are under tho
king's dominion obey him. and'
fall away everyone from the re-
li'-'imi of their fathers, yet will
I and my sons and my brethren
walk in the covenant of our fath-
ers. Whosover i- zealous for the-
law. and maintaineth the Cove-
nant, let him follow me," a de-
claration of faith not often re-
membered much less practised by
his descendants.
Ore-Sided Struggle
The struggle of the Maccabees
was more than one of national
survival. It was a clash between.
two civilizations, the Hebraic-
and Hellenistic. The Syrians
were well entrenched, they had
the best arms of the day; tha
swiftest horses, the sharpest
spears and the strongest chariots.
Yet a nucleus of inspired men,
untrained, unarmed, weak, drovet
the Syrians out of Palestine.
In The Feeling That This Letter Will Inspire
Other Businesses To Follow Suit. .
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(AS. >lga/#? Opposes Peace fa/A? for Middle East
Continued from Page 1-A
-. Davis, American com mist-
:mer-genera I of the UN agency.
sraelis have condemned the re-
tort as containing a pro-Arab at-
tude in its political sections.
lc also told the political com- has never received formal United
itec that the United States telt States approval, was rejected by
ta the 'primary responsibility'
solving the Arab refugee prob
-n reste tes directly concernedIsrael, the PCC, Fiance and Turkey
rdan, Lebanon. Syria, and Egypt.
urged the Assembly to "face
Debate
Friday, December 21, 1962
choosing"' among various Assem-
bly resolutions which they liked or
disliked. Ho pointed out that the
Arabs had set precedent for talks
neanwhile ... war* of alleged eondemnai u.th Israel in the 1949 ne i
\iy>i oum Seaiand publicly IdentiiieaHtMlfTW to th"ptwiiil nil
both the Arabs and Israel, and was
found unacceptable by the two
partners of the I'nited States on
6 reality." Conciliation etforts
third parties "however earnest.
r ingenuous and well-intention,
nnot suceeed in the absence of,
disposition on both sides of the
Tiistice lines" to show "genuine
ncern for the refugees as human '
ings above all else." He added!
at disposition had been "dissap
mtingly absent."
Deploring the "same rigid atti-,
tes" which he said both sides i
d held for 15 years, he said that:
lite the United States had always i
en in favor ol direct talks when-
Or "this offers a real prospect
Israel sources described the
Rowan statement as "construc-
tive" en the whole. Israel was
reported sat'sfied with Rowan's
statement dissociating the Unit-
ed States from some of the poli-
tical comments made by Dr. Dav-
is in his report. It was noted
with satisfaction that the United
States, in opposing a UN custod-
ian for Arab property in Israel,
had taken a position similar to
Israel and for the same reasons.
Shortly after Rowan spoke, the
PCC filed its report with the poll-
tical committee without mention-
ing a single word about any re-
helping the refugees, or of j suits "of Dr. Johnson's missions.
ler constructive outcome." he Thp PC reported on its cor-
ded that under present condi- tinuintj; task of seeking to identify
ns. "such proposals are unhtip-: and evaluate properties left behind
by the fleeing Arabs in 1948 The
i> praised the work of the Pal- Commission reported that it had
ine Conciliatory Commission and identified 453.000 separate parcels
it- special Middle East envoys, of Arab-owned lands The value
Joseph E. Johnson, who has of the parcels has not yet been re-
Republics. lie followed the Arab
line, en-orsing Arab claims thai
only repatriation ol the Arab ref-
ugees i" Israel v oald solve the
cut.re Arab-Israeli problem.
The addresses were marked for
the first time in the lengthy de-
bate by a vigorous rejection by
one of the delegates ot the anti-
Semitism the Arabs have inject-
ed into the debate. Hermond
Lannung of Denmark, challenged
the Arabs "in the name of de-
cency" on such equations of Is-
rael and Naiism.
He said that those makiny such
charges did not know what Nazism
was or "were indilierent to Nazi
ism's true character, which is
even more deplorable. He recall-
ed how Denmark saved 6.500 of its
cloomei Jews from ih<- Nazis "in-
tolerance, racial hatred and con-
tempt from human dignity" and
described some ot the Nazi atroc-
ites. He called equations of Israel
with Nazism "beneath reason
Most earnestly. 1 appeal to all dele.
s, please refrain from such
statements."
N'a.l.m Dimechkie, the Lebanese
identified ns.it fully with Den
mark's statement "
He also rejected the proposal
of a UN custodian for Arab prop
erty in Israel and h- pleaied
with the Arabs to "drop lhe>
pretense that Israel does not
exist." He also suggested that
Israel might help matters by ad-
mitt:ng a "number" of refugees.
Delegates lor Iceland and the
Ivor) Coast a-ked (r passage ol
the 21 member resolution calling
for direct peace talks between Is
lael and the Arab states Kirstjan
Albertson of Iceland, diftenng
with lulled States opposition to
that resolution, said he could not
see what harm could be done DJ
such an appeal particularly s.nce
it appeared peace "could no! be
attained by any other means.
Arsenc A Ishcr of the Ivory
the Arabs to help
solve the refugee problem and
criticized them for "picking i nd
DOG RACiHG
EVERY NIGHT
EXCfcPT
SUNOAV
Sepl. 28-Jan. 12
i. en seeking for two year- to work ported by the PCC. The PCC :> 1>" delebate, brought the assassination
ol the late Count Folke Bernadotte
into the debate, lie clatmed thai
tli Security Council had in 1949
twice condemned Israel lor the
Bewadotte mur er Michael Co-
may, the chief Israeli delegate.
promptly chalh he Lebanese
speaker to produce the Security
ncil documents. The Lebanese
said he would do so "tomorrow
morning." Comaj replied, "Don'l
bother to wait until tomorrow. 1
have them here He preceded to
read the two resolutions ol 1911)
and challenged anyone to find the
Square Dcnce Exhibition
All seventh and eighl grade boys
ai.d Mil- are invited to be guestl
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ai 450 S\\ liiih Ave Highlighting
' the entertainment will be a square
dance exhibition by the Square
1 Dance Club of Shenandoah Junior
High School under the direction of
Morion S Raisen,
t some amelioration of the Arab reported that to dale Israel has
.ugee problem. Commenting turned over the equivalent ol SH
rft nothing would i>< published on 889.816. in the unfreezing "i Arab
Johnson'- suggestions, be urg- refugees accounts in Israel bank.-,
the delegates to ignore "various to Arab holder- ol the accounts.
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Friday. December 21, 1962
fJcnisti ffrradtor)
Page 11-.-.
ISRAELI DIPLOMAT DAROM TO r3E GUEST OF HONOR
Ambassador's Ball Set for Saturday
FOR FMOTOS ... SEE PAGE IB
Temple Ner Tamid program participants plan the Temple's
fourth annual concert scheduled Jan. 19. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh and Joseph Schreibman, music director at Ner Tamid,
discuss the liturgical numbers they will present. Also sched-
uled are Rose Byrum, soprano; Alexander Prilutchi, noted
violinist; and Jascha Fischerman, conceit pianist. Concert
chairman is Irvine Spear. Proceeds are for the Temple re-
ligious school.
Dr. Rackman on Caribbean Cruise
'!i Ambassador's Ball, one of
''"' glittering social events in
Greater Miami, will bring to a
climax the 1962 Israel Bond effort
Saturday night in the Grand Ball-
room ui the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Samuel Friedland, chairman of
the rsrael B >nd Or tanization, point-
ed out thai -ill" Ambassador's Ball
dramatical') reflects the happy tics
>i the community with Israel and
Ih< outstanding role of Greater
Miami in the service ol Israel
through the Israel Bond program."
The ball is held under the pa-
ir orage of the Ambassador of Is-
rael, and brings tcgether the rep-
resentatives of foreign govern-
ments in a ceremony of good
will toward Israel, as members
of the Diplomatic Corps are pre-
sented to the Ambassador. At
this year's event, Israel's emiss-
ary to the Ball will be Abraham
Darom, Israel's Ambassador to '
the United Nations, and Mrs.
Darom.
"The Ambassador's Ball affords
the opportunity for the people of
the community who have made a
direct contribution to the welfare'
of Israel through the Israel Bond '
effort to join in the celebration at
an event which underscores the
privilege of participating in the |
rebuilding and growth of Israel."
Friedland said.
Among highlights of the evening
i- the formal presentation of
young ladies como-of-age in a de-
butante ceremony to the ambassa-
dor. The ceremony will be eon
ducted under the guidance of Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, grand host-
ess of the ball.
Other Greater Miami leaders
prominently associated with
Ambassador's Ball are Mr. a
Mrs .lack A Cantor, grand m.
-hals ut the ball; Jack P. Popic
chairman of the board of govt
Ors of the Israel Bond Organ;
tion, and Mrs. Poplck; Mr. a
Mrs. Carl Wcinkle. chairmen
'he diplomatic present a I ions D
mittee; and Mrs. Jack Kat/m
chairman of the Women's Divis
Cbanukah Party lor Patient:
Chanuka party with gifts
all patients at Bikur Cholini K
er Convalescent Home. 310 Colt'
Ave., will be held on Sunday. 2 p
The part> ill be given by M
Rose London in the memory
her late husband, Morris 3c
London, and Mrs. Lillian Finsl
In the memory of her mother, M
Ann Finstein,
Dr. Kmanuel Rachman. spiritual
leader of Congregation Shaaray Te-
ula. of Far Rockaway, NY., and
Professor of Jurisprudence at
Ycshiva I'niverMty. lie will lead
tual advisor aboard the Sunland
Cruise 15-day "Caribbean Carni-
val" tour sailing from New York
on February' -' aboard the SS Jcru
salom.
I'a-t preside! ol both the Rab-
binical Council of America ami the
New York Board of Rabbis. Dr
Kackman Is an outstanding author
and platform personality, who i-
.'No assistant to the president of
hiva University. Me will lead
religious services aboard ship and
present a set ies of lectures on con-
temporary Judaism,
The cruise has been organized by
Sunland Cruises, Inc., in coopera-
tion with Zim Lines. Dietary
Laws will be strictly observed
throughout the entire ship. The
schedule has been arranged so that
the ship will not be in port on the
Sabbath.
Seven ol the most popular ports
el call are on the itinerary. They
include the Virgin Islands. Trini-
dad. LaGuaira, Curacao. Kingston,
Port An Prince, and a special high-
light. Martinique durin- Mard'i
ill.i- time. Reservations may he
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raeli publishing Institute at Jeru-
salem.
He is Ory M. Mazar, whose
father. Prof, Benjamin Mazar, is
former president of the Hebrew
University. Young Mazar is also
a nephew of Israel President Itz-
hak BenZvi.
Israeli Publishing Institute spec-
ializes in artistically-produced and
illustrated books of interest. They
include Biblical and historical
works in Hebrew.
The organization then works in
cooperation with American pub-
lishing houses to produce the
works in English and distribute
them throughout the U.S.
Harper and Bros one ol Amer
ii.. outstanding firms, has just
arranged :th Mazar's firm to pub-
lish a l S. edition of "Story of
the Jew Another Israeli Pub-
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Gala Holiday
Ball Monday
Young Adult Friends of Israel,
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community of Greater Miami at I
their annual "Holiday Ball" on
Monday evening in the Morocco,
ltoom 1>1 the Casablanca Hotel.
Dancins will start at 9:30 p.m..
' to the music of Bob Recent and
lis orchestra. A complete f loor j
sh0W has been planned, as well as
a prnc of dinner for two at a lead
ins restaurant.
Young adults "ho are single and
between the ages "1 21 and 35 arc
invited to attend, according to Bob
Schienwald, president of the Yafis
Assisting are Paula Sernaker, Herb
Miller, Stanley Karp. June Soko-
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Friday. December 21. l%2
Beth Am Will Dedicate Wing

Newly-elected officers of Congregation Beth
El are (left to right) Morris Eckhause, finan-
cial secretary; Ben Boskin, second vice presi-
dent; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader;
Hyman Chabner, president; Hyman Kam. first
vice president; Joseph Rotenerg, recording sec-
retary; and Philip Berkowitz. honorary life
president and treasurer. Chabner. of 1535
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, served Beth El in
a variety of official positions during the past
13 years, including treasurer, prior to his elec-
tion as president. He is also president of the
Greater Miami Cemetery Assn.
Essay-Art Contest Announced Here
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion are co-sponsoring the 1963 Es-
say-Art Contest for boys and girls
12 years of age or over, who attend
the Jewish schools of Greater Mi-
ami and Hollywood.
A choice of two subjects has
been given for the essay. They
are "What Does My Jewish Com-
munity Mean to Me?" and "A De-
scription of the Purposes and Acti-
vities of an Important Jewish
Agency in Your Community."
Additional information and mat-
erial for those interested are avail-
able through the Bureau of Jew-
AMERICAN ISRAELI
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ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
FOR SYNAGOGUES
SCHOOLS HOMES
1357 WASHINGTON AVE.. M.B.
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ish Education, the Combined Jew-
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Art subjects will include crimi-
nal posters, drawings, sculpture,
rt objects of Jewish content re-
ferring to the Jewish community
or any Jewish agency in the com-
munity.
The contest will close Jan. 28.
and the prizes will include: 1st
prize, $50 United States Bond; 2nd
prize, $25 United States Bond; and
3rd. 4th. and 5th prizes, books on
Jewish life.
Judges for the art contest will
be Mrs. Arthur Rosichan. Shelley
Wengel. of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, Mrs Lawrence
Kline, local artist, Mrs. Joseph
Duntov. and Louis Schuart/man,
executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Joseph I'uhcn. president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, in an-
nouncing the contest, listed the fol-
lowing rules: The essay must con-
sist of no leu than iSO and no more
than 500 words, and must be typed.
Consideration will be given by the
judges to the applicant s age.
Judging of work will be on the
basis of content, clarity and origi-
nality.
Art entries must be original
drawing, sketch or painting, on
cardboard or drawing paper, no
larger than 24 x 26 inches, or craft-
work in any medium.
Temple Beth Am frill dedicate
the second wing of the Mark A
Lipht Sc"hoool Building on Friday
at 8:30 p.m.
The new wing will provide Beth
Am with a total of 23 classroom.-
and a library for its 900 rellglOUl
school children.
Both wings of the school are a
gift of the grandparents of Mark
A. Light. Mr and Mrs. David
Light, and his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. George Light.
The congregation will observe its
annual Chanuka candlight ceremony
:il the same time in an original
service developed by Dr. Herbert
Bautneard Eighty new member
families of the congregation >ll
participate in a special ceremorn
of consecration.
Special Chanuka music for the
ten ice will be offered by Cantor
Charles Kodner and the Temple
Chair under the direction of Mr-
Herbert Baumgard. Chairman of
the program for the evening is Carl
Harold.
Beth Am will observe its third
annual Chanuka Song Festival''
On Sunday at p.m. The Festival
features little known Chanuka mils-
i- presented by the Temple Choir
and a Children's Choir of 200
voices
Miramar Temple
Party Saturday
Temple Israel of Miramar. 3500
SW 69th Way. Miramar. will hold
a card party sponsored by the Sis-
terhood on Saturday evening ItVe*
Raymond Turk is chairman.
On Sunday, 1 p.m.. the Sunday
School will have a Chanuka party.
The Temple held a membership
party here last Wednesday even-
ing.
Joint Celebration
Of Chanuka Here
Chanuka celebration sponsored
jointly by Farband. Bialik Branch.
Chain Greenberg Branch of Poale
/.ion. and Club I of Pioneer Women
here will he held Sunday evening,
8 p.m.. at the Farband Cultural
Center. 842 Washington Ave.
Dr Nathaniel Soroff, consultant
to the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will be chairman of the even-
Scheduled on the program are
-1 Morrison, cultuiral chairman
ol Bialik Branch: Cantor Abraham
of Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion, in a group of Chanuka songs;
Jacob Fishman, who will di-
rect community singing.
Irving Liftman will speak on the
significance of Chanuka.
Youths Named to Board
Sylvan Holtzman, advisor of the
Youth Groups at Temple Beth Am.
announces that Merne Blocker,
Jan Kantor. Marcia OrovotX, Ellen
Glasson and Ron Lieberman have
been elected to the Youth Croup
executive board. Beth Am will
act as host for the all-Florida
Southeast Federation l e m p l e
Youth on Jan 25 to 27
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Pioneer Women. Club 1. will hon-
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return to Miami.
The dinner will be held on Tues-
day, 6 p m.. at Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation.
Mrs. Joseph Krantz. president,
said that Mrs. Ida Bickow will be
chairman of the evening.
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Friday. December 21. 1962
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Chart'" VI 1
R. Mm sa:J. Whosoever labors
I in the Tt>rah for Us own sal{e.
merits many things; and not only
*, i. Illl Im* a-era.e (ftMa* B ISidVAfTd"'
,. him. he u called friend, beloved,
j lover of the All-present, a lover
f m.in^inJ it clothes hi it fa inee^-
less and reverence; it fit* him to
beCOXU just, rv 'v ufm'g'ii ami
litfifutg it k"f him far from tin,
d hnnns him near to Virtue
gh hue) the world en/ovi coun-
sel end sound Irnotoledge, under-
ng and strength; u. || u Muj
Counsel is mine, and found '.noul-
/ jm Mndenunding; / hate
1 .:':. and it gives him >,
v and dominion and discern-
dgment.
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He used to -. At t'.t,- yean
Hie study of
I /or the ,
Mi.vhiu .. thirteen for the
menl 0/ the comman (menu,
the Tal-
jr eighteen for m
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What ic a Badchan?
i
Generally speaking a "Badchan'"
is a merrymaker who was employ -
'd for Jeuh weddings of the last
century in Europe. The express,
ion comes from a root known in
Tilmudic literature which means [
lo cheer up" or "to make (peo-
mm) laugh.".! Two people in the'
Talmud refer to themselves with!
this term and claim to have been |
merrymakers who cheered up the
ltd 1 la'abit 22a 1. It li known that
11: the medieval period there were
such people who traveled around
professionally doing this. A thir-
nth century rabbi calls them
U-tzim" (a derogatory term
maning "scoffers.*')
In the seventeenth century the
rabbis tried to discourage this type
merrymaker and tried to pro-;
:> sobriety at wedding feasts
likes of the common man pre-
vailed however, especially with the
1 liming of the Chasidic movement
ho claimed that the way to God-
- 1- happiness. Interesting in
[act that 1 scholarly person
Kiiakim Zunser composed cer-
:. in lyrics for Bark-ham m which he
self sang, his style being to
n ke use of Biblical and Rabbinic
rencea in the songs which
elevated the content to
.1 higher level of culture.
V *
Why is a mournar prohibited from
trimming his nails?
- prohibition is found in the
Talmud (llo'ed Katan 18a). it is
ently traced to the Bible where
1 laws of the captive woman re-
her to mourn her status and
lii let her nails grow. The reason
' during the period of mourn
- the mourner la prohibited
I om taking notice of bis physical
I' rson. to help him realize that
ere is more to a person than his
physical existence, and thus the
' al loss of his dear ones does
1 ol mean that he has lost all con-
cl with his love, his soul. etc.
1 nis a mourner does not look at
msell in a mirror, does not cut
1 IS hair, doesn't wear new clothes,
e. The prohibition against cut
- tiu nails comes under this
">

" heh, Tur, Yoreh Deah,
15,4, quoting .1 Midrash.
At iliree
the Alphabet.

Batra, si
// thou mhsi -I'.lte .1 child, imfy
1 H
To Lead a Religious Lile^
Let Us be Most Consistent
By RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
Congregation Beth Trilah
As we approach the Feast of
Chanuka, the period of Dedication
ol the Lights, I wonder if it isn't
about lime to rededicate the
Jewish lights of our own genera-
tion in the manner established by
the Chn-hmonoim. We should re-
dedicate ourselves righteously and
rightfully. It is about lime for us
to analyze our own individual and
public lives. Let us study the
standard of our synagogues, our
temples, and our leaderships. Let
us try to find our weaknesses, and
correct them. Indeed, it is about
time to rekindle the chanuka lights
and to replenish the Menorah of
Matisjahu in our midst. How
strange a generation are we living
in?
The "Kohen" desecrates his
"Khuna" bj going to and on the
tery. The Bar Mitzvah de-
stroys his newly-ma e ties to the
Torah and Mitzvos by celebrating
this greal event of K'abbolas Hamitzvos" in eating a non-fosher feast,
and by driving to and from the synagogue on Sabbath. The Jewish
home loses its Jewishnesi by not having anything Jewish on its prem-
ises; no tahs. no tefilin no Sabbath candles, no Sabbath observance,
no kashruth. no Siddur, no Bible, and even no Mezuzzah.
The purity of the Jewish family is destroyed in "second mar-
riages," without a religious divorce from the firstor. at any marriage
through intermarriage f no or improper conversion, or through lack 1
of knowledge of Jewish family life purity laws.
The meaning of the Chanuka candles is shamefully nullified by
the desecration of the Sabbath, when they are so pompously kindled
in Temples at Friday night services after sunset.
All this is done, not by the "Malchus Horishoh," the Old Ancient
Kingdom of Greece." but by us, by our own people, by our own lead-
ers, by our own temples, through our ignorance, or willful neglect of
the Jewish law.
How inconsistant are our lives! How long are we to allow our-
selves to be confueed in our religious ways, and how long are we to
wear this garment of inconsistency and confusion? The words Zach-
ariah stated in the Haftorah, sounds and resounds in my ears: "Take
off the filthy garments." The time is ripe to clean our community from
improper conduct, from "trafes." from "Chillel Shabbos." from ignor-
ance, from inconsistency and confusion, from evil leadership and
"C'hillul Hashem." The time has come to kindle the sanctified Lights
of Matisjahu and his sons in our generation and in our midst. Let us
do it.
scrvance
I Celebration of Chanuka. known as the Festival of Lights, will be
launched with the kindling of the first Chanuka candle in Jewish homes
^ throughout^ejjorld^iin. Friday ejvepiniS. JOje holiday j^jntinues for
eight days in commemoration of the brilliant victory of Judah Macca-
| bee over the Graeco-Syrians and the miracle of the one-day supply of
sanctified oil that burned for eight days.
RABBI JOStPH RACKOVSKY
. a proper rcdedication
iKclicjion Indian Torah Scrolls
NEW YORK (Special Report)
The White House has announced
that the first two Biblical Scrolls
in a total shipment of 200 had ar-
rived from India. Ambassador
Galbraith, acting al the request ol
the White House, intervened with
the Indian Government to obtain
permission to release these ancient
Torah Scrolls.
They were used by former Jew-
ish communities located for the
most part in Calcutta. The mem-
bers of these communities emi-
grated to Israel ami elsewhere and
the Scroll- were stored 111 India
until the Nati al Council of
Young Israel learned ol their pres-
ence.
The White House alerted Am-
bassador Galbraith who took the
matter up with the Indian authori-
ties After six months of trans-
Atlantic discussions, the Indian
Minister of Finance agreed to re-
lease the Scrolls to the National
Council ivl Young Israel in New
York
Ban Religious Bias
UNITED N sTIONS (JTA) -
A resolution calling upon all gov-
ernments to outlaw racial prejudice
and national and religious intoler-
ance, pending here for nearly three
years flnaUj won full approval ol
the General Assembly this week
The re-olution. while it does flOl
mention the lerm 'anti-Semitism,
stems from steps designed to out
law anti-Semitism initiated here in
bj the Subcommiss-
ion on Pi '" Discrimina-

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deration with the Spiritual
/ iden if die Greater Miami
Rubb ucal Assn.
K MUll MAN A. 1 IPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI sin OMON SCHIFF
1 it nts of Wisdom
tion and Protection of Minorities.
At that time, the subcommission
was exercised by the world-wide'
,-paie of swastika-smearings and;
anti-Semitic sloganeering following
the desecration of the synagogue
at Cologne, Germany, on Christmas
Eve ol ti'59.
Series Mapped in Canada
MONTREAL (JTA) Plans
for an extensive series ol com
munity-wide cultural and education-
al projects for the current season
were announced here by the Can-
adian Jewish Congress The series
have been arranged by the Con-
gress department of cultural |>n>
gramming in joint sponsorship with
various other national and com-
munit) organizations, congrega-
tions and institutions.
Four sessions will deal with the
planning and programing ol youth
ano adull education. These sess
I ms will include seminars on top
.. of specific Jewish interesl
From now until April, there will
also be a Jewish Town Hall series.
concerned principal with currenl
problems in Jewish life
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl. ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday H p.m. Forum topic: "What
Does the Annual Chanuka Festival
Remind us.'" Saturdaj SO a.m. Bar-
man: '"What win Cure the Dreadful
l ileeaae of Intolerance '

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William w. Lioson.
Friday S:1S p.m. Saturday !' a.m.
Ho Mltsvah: Haul, buii ,.r Mr. and
-Mis. I.....II Knsi.lt
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BETH EL. 500 Sw i/tn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Sermnn: "A Little Flame Goea a Long
ttuy."
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Friday s: ] r, p.m. GueMl apeaker:
Frank Kreutser, ol the t'nlveraity ol
Topic: "Chanuka In the 20th
Century-" Saturdaj S i" a.m.
a -
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
a
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor V.aunce Mamches.
a -
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Tr.idition.il. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friil.i\ s:!*' p.m. Sermon: "Faith Con-
er All." Sn i irdaj 9 a m. I lar
Mltivah: Stewart ana Lewis, twin
- ii- .,i Mr and Mi B< m ird Chnr-
kuidcy. Sermon: "Think Alike." ShalOF
Si Kin* '. p.m. Sermon: "Light Pene-
a
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.

BETH TFILAH. 9?,5 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Tha Importance of L'nltj
iiiHi-n Old and xoung Generation,
faiiermon al i:i." p.m.: "Chanuka."

BETH TORAH. 1b4tn st. ana NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday s:3ti p.m. Bermon: "Jacob and
Jiulah BoaccabeiW hat Price Peace?"
Saturday vi."' a.m. Bar Miizvah:
Michael, smi of Mr. and Mrs Munis
Kats; Marc, son of Mr. and Mr*, l.....n-
anl Gr.-fiiflitd: .Ian, wn of Mr. ami
Mrs. Joaeph Seiden.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th at., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Oershon Levin.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "No, David
There i- No Chanuka Hush." si-
urrlay S:4.", a.m. Bar Mi'zvali: Barry
Kernsteln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes
Relabel*.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richtsr.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Theaa
Light* We Kindle." Saturday 81
a.m. Bermon: "Not by MU:iit Nor by
r
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Frldov 8:30 p.m. Hlld.- study 9:30
p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. Confirmation
of first grade atudenta,
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Friday 5:15 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Si i -
mon: "Chanuka Menorah." Saturday
8:1.", a in.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ivl.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I i May ami 8:30 p m. Sermon: "Th
Light Still BurnaStory of Chanuka.
.Saturday 8:30 a ul. .i-i-mon: "enn
i 'onetant Em mj,"
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MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. _
i-8:t5 p.m. Sermon: "Our Pi ea-
rn) Chanuka Miracle." Saturdaj b
:, m s, |,.....i. -The Meaning ol Mlr-
a. lea "
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
>'' P in Si lllioir I -a......
Mind- v l>anKerou Partlme. t*t-
H Mitavah: l ralg, son
of Mr and Mm Paul Donoff,
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
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GEMS OF WISDOM
A part of the eternal u'orluV
wide struggle for democracy, the
[le of the Maccabeei is of
eternal U'orldut'de interest.
RRAN'DEIS.

Tlir little Maccabedn banJ was
a';, j rn,l( 111 ilic midst of a surg- 3
:>!; ted. Standing almost alone in
j their day. the heroes beat bacl; the
forces tlut threatened to involve
ill >i:unl(iiiJ in a common dentoraJ'
Hon. M. IOSEPH.
Their ralor under tlif \1accahees.
their exploits in the ca i which
ended U'ith Titus' destruction of
..!<"' their desperate rebellion ;
Kochbd, and bter on. |
. their .'. ss against
Balisarius or of the passes in the
/' .. i ... isi the Franks,
un'th the great-
:st heroes Ij u I ':::.irv.
-i 1!. 1 IDI N.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
TEKnPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland
Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structions. R a f i I Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Rottlieb
Frlda) 8 13 "' ';:,","
,,, |i|ff, Ri n.. tli ms Over th" na-
i ukn Candle* Saturdaj 10
w .:. Ma, ibeeMriiK-
l-.ar MlUvah.
,. m .! Paul i..r-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Coneervative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Stemer.
) i ha-
ll a m. U
to izvah: Mm ti'i. aon of Mr. and M
ll la 1 l.'-l .
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TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantar David Conviser.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Annual Chanuka
c ndlellichi -. i \ ice, Saturdaj I l:4B
a.m. Ilnr Mltsvah: Jamea( boo of Mr.
and Mre, Edward Dokeon.
I
jTEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Ranbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:U p.m. Bermon: "The Is-
raeli Monk Who Wants in be Known
J as a Jin of the Christian Faith."

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Friday 7:1." p.m. Saturday l":::n a.m.
Bar Mitavah: Richard, aon of Mr, and
i Mrs. Berber! Geusrnter.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Edward Klein
Friday R:to p.m. S.rnion: "Let Thero
be Light." Saturday :> a.m. Sermon:
"Week!) I'ortion."
a
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th at. ana)
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Cantata: "l-t-t
There be Light:" written by Rabbi
and Mrs Fugcne LabovitS. Sermon:
"Light That lllumlnatea a Dark
Win id." Saturday 8:45 a.m. ifcir
Mitavah: Joaeph, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Huppert.

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
I'ridav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: An i nder-
Btanding Heart." Brotherhood t" con-
duct Chanuka candlelight oeremony.
Saturdaj il a.m. Bar Mitavah: Hen-
ry son' of Mr. and Mrs. Philip M.
Roth; Howard, eon "f Mr. and Mrs.
Melvln L. Roth.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
i |dai > 30 p.m. Hornet omlng aer-
"Hallowed Ca miles or Electric Bulbs."
.....a SI1.1I.1..11 hoata: Mr. and Mra.
vice for college atudenta. Sermon:
ll ,, i Lerner, honi ring the birthday*
..,' their children, David. Rochelle and
.i.... mi. Saturday 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95*
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabol
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack
Lerner.
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Canton
Ben Zvi
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grossing Wilfc Booh: By HILARY MIWDUN
*A Middle East Potentate's Thin Line of Immorality
. -EASY LIES THE HEAD. By King Hussein of Jordan.
306 pp. New York: Bernard Geis Associates. $4.95.
y-tis autobiography of the young King of Jordan,
Hussein I. has many points of interest, not the leas)
huh are the King's expressions of hostility toward la-
id, and the peculiar terms in which that hostility is
chad. The position at many places in the book ia the
ic Arab posture of unrelenting hatred and denial of
Jewish stat<-, baaed primarilj on tli original betrayal
Arab nationalism by the West, who so unjustly"
ved a piece out of Arab territory and handed it o\ er
the Jews, and secondarily on the twin thorns of "one
i lion Arab refugees" and Zionist 'expansionist policies."
position of course, as Hussein presents it, is unsullied
ny remarks on the other side of th" ledger
Those ol us who know the Israeli vii u i well as the
Arab cannot help but lock askance, therefore, al the lil
erary liberties which Ring Hussein takes in his book. One
would certainly grant the Jordanian leader the right to
his opinions and the right to express them. Bui one also
expects the minimum honest) ol acknowledging thai ther?
exists another set .1 opinions, ii only in ordei to presenl
arguments againsl it. King Hussein does not indulge in
this honesty, and there is a fine hue of immoralit) here
which sickens the hopctul. because the Kin.: Ol Jordan.
along with the Government <>i The Lebanon, 1- considered
to be one of the more constructive Aral) leader-, pailn
ularly where Israel is concerned. His countrj 1- a democ-
racy; he cares sincerely for his people, he is an admirer
neither ol Nasser nor of King Saud. lie is anti-Commun-
1st and anti neutral.
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
A Silent Nuremberg Breaks Out at the UN
United Nations 1
the ARAB holy war against
' Israel here has turned into ;.
holy crusade on behalf ol aid
Semitlsmand the entire world, in ^
clw in- the leading Western pow Lge
ers, should bury its collective hea !
in shame
As ol t!u- writinga week af
ter the anti-Semitic crusade haol
been launchedonly one member, isi.ici. nas spok-
en up againsl the mosl vicious and most Indecent
series of anti-Semitic attacks probablj ever before
heard in an international forum. This was Hitler-
ism unadorned
The General Assembly's 110 member Special
Political Committee had been turned into a Nurem-
berg Stadium Instead ol a Hitler or a Gocbbels
proclaiming the need for a "Judenrein" world, we
had the deput) foreign minister ol Egypt, the bark-
ing of Saudi Arabia's Ahmad Shukairy, and the
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
About Civil Rights
Washington
l-OME JEWS ARE derelict" in
^ 11 ting the civil rights
I d 1 il Jewish n ious or-
accord the < hiol
ates
R hts
. -. 11 |ir<
if i made this
the
'.
the Vchi .
Jewish la) li
[requenl (
nen supp
J and merchant!

the lieu
IC \v-!uin ton offi hat "all too mi
rationsour's included the
cted rcsolul
>n then- itchy consciences. Thej talk al national
tet) the)
have been criticizing, without attempt!] iple-
'. ..hies
B i hard's n al "the Jewi
rerj right to condemn those who stood idly I y while
he Nazis bounded, mistreated, tortured, and finally
ed millions of Jews Therefore, then can be
excus : Ji b inference towards the Ne-
. ro "
The is official fell thai "today, the N<
mn those among the
.: among other reli ious denominations who
pea to the racial cruelty and Injustice
a the societ) in which they l
He said he was fully aware of pressures facing
jews in the Southern states, but "11 it stems from
1 material well-being, it
oobu 11 1- also myopic, for those who harbor
ial hatreds may, unexpectedly and without rea-
son, lash out against the Jew or other minorit) n
He fell it would make little difference to
the bigots that Jews shirked the civil rights Strug-
gle
Bernhard, therefore, maintained "it is Imperative
that the American Jew. as an individual and thn
the lynagogue and it- programs of social action.
think and ad for others Negroes) In the Held of
end rights
"There ia no question about the fact that the na
tional religious organisations of catholic, Protestant,
and Jew have rigorous!) Involved themselves m
ekampionmg the cause of bringing equality and jus-
tice for all men." Bombard mid.
statement- by other Arab representatives full)
endorsing" these Iwo crusaders Where w< 1 < the
other delegates? Except foi Israel, the) sat there
with locks on their lip-. It ".is sicken
If you it-ad what the Egyptian N- said
about the "Greens, the Shkolr.iks and the Zlotmcks"
who came from Eastern Europe to >' Palestine
from the Arabs, you could not have possibl) ob
tamed an adequate feeling 1! the pogrom atmos-
phere being created here You had to be here
to be nauseated by the performance You had to
see them .is they curved their lipsas Ihej spal
out the words. "Those East Europeans born and
reared in Plonsk, Poltava, Kiev, Bobruisk."
when, a lew days earlier, Shukairy endorsed the
anti-Semiti< Tacuara movement ol Argentina, and
called upon the l".\ to "adopt" Tacuara, Latin
Americans were incensed. The Argentine delegates
up to protest and. later, the Chilean followed
suit. Hut they spoke only because their toe.-, had
been trod upon. Aside from them, everyone look-
ed onl) to Israel. The United Stales was silent.
Britain was dumb, the cat had stolen everyone else's
tongue ind, of course, the great Socialist libertar-
ians ol the Communist world could only smack their
hps. forgetting the beautiful word- against racism
in their own constitutions.
Oh, there were expressions of sympathypri-
\ tel) There were nice, libertarian words spoken
privately. There were shudders punctuated with
a "nol me" assumption private!) There 1 ere even
somi "re ets" b) some diplomats who conceded
that, had their countr) been named, the)
have protested And then Acre alsi ions
that II, the) had no directive [ront then
tovernments to deal with this issue bet uh the
had rot licipate
behind protocol m an instance ol this
l. nd is co- ardly No dele 1 a 1 ighti
itr) needs spei tic instructions to denounce
to disassoi late himsell from obscei
is ., vi hen
ha 'iii Semitism becomi I should
concern only Israel? Whei 1
les? Uneie -indeed
weii tln-ii ( ons< ien( 1
erver sal hen 11 ni .1 as the procet
t on. li. \ ain did 1 ne lex k for a e diplo-
ic hand t.: be raisi d in emand for the :
n the Eg) pti ..1 d Ihe Sa idis thi lans and
the Jordanians, 1 It qis and th cse had
ban l< Mo dii I with the w .11 m blood ol
.ii .'. annihilated b) the I eis
Dee- all this it 1- intended
tn teem iusl so and nothing el>e,
11 1. an immoralit) which crops up again in tin- book.
in a brief discussion of the role of the Arab Legion in
World War li. the impression is bit that the Arabs fo
hi ni and mind on the side of the Allies. The revers
true. There 1- constant reference to Jordanian fears that
Israel will. l any internal disturbance in Jordan. '
tin- moment lor a thrust into the West Bank area i
has never done such a thmc And yet. Hussein tell
stor) ol hew Israel saved his regime by permitting vital
fuel supplies to be flown over Israeli air space to Jpi
when Saudi Arabia, witii malice aforethought, had refused
such aid He e,d:> it the most humiliating feature of the
whole sordid business Where an Arab nation reft
an e em) 1 reed," and that is the end of his cot
There is mere to the book than polemics againsl I--
rael, of course The portrait of the young prince 1 1 ,
in England, the difficulties of rule, bis feelini.
Arab nationalism, the 1 nited states, bis diamissa
Glubb Pasha, the Soviet Union, the l nited Nationi
bis persoi -ii penchant for fast cars, airplane.-, infi rn
. nd other thin .- all make rather interesting rea
The total picture offered is that Of a sincere ruler
vcrj i.w hat insecure, perhaps les- .
equipped to handle the difficulties that beset him l
would have imped. I assume the book was writ!
English (no translator is mentioned and by the aut
himself, which ma) account tor most of the simplicity ol
thought.
Withal, he strives to do a creditable job of lei
the Ha.-bemite Kingdom of Jordan, lie is wer) young
be represents the must positive Arab thinking extant it
is difficult to judge whether the combination ol tin-,
tacts should be heartening or discouraging
Between You and Me:
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Something is Fishy
fOU KNOW, SAID Sam. leaving
HO of his newspaper. 1 am
\ pondering il we haven't been do
Dg this here Mr. Khrushchei
njustice. How come you 18) that"
skod Jake.
Well. Kbni.-hcliev said all hi
anted to do in Cuba is build a
shing port. You know how it Is,
le i- just tired of it all and want*
lume quiet spot and do a little
Maybe, said Jake, hi has a hankering for .1
ol :., i.ite ii-h for Shabbi -
Do you know, said Sam, thai according to the
there 1- one fish winch 1- .1 Sabbath ob-
1 ii-h is in the river Sambaton, which
> iu know, according to the Jewish legend, never
- mi the Sabbath; and this particular 11- 1, whoso
-t now slips my memory, when the Sab-
bath lights an kindled just hauls out of the water
the river banks.
But it d agogue, hi h? sajd
' : 1 ore, Sam said, the 0 l urn.
Ji .. had a high n ird for fish Do you know ll
1 said that one 00 God sp ke to the fish, I
suppose, .-.11. Sam, U are really understood the fish
1 the} could teach us plent).
v. 1. said 1 ik.. it Khrushchev hist warned to
why did he need all those missiles
uba?
land? said Sam, that's the mod-
way of fishing The missiles set ofl .1 big
1 oisi fish to the surfaci. and
\ to catch the fish.
Bui something 1- 1 iut all this, said Jake.
1 eve those Russians missiles
. 11 ("I fishing
By BORIS SMOLAR
Three Major Epochs of United Jewish Appeal
s-NTERING IN ITS 25th year exist I
lice, the United Jewish Appeal car
le its history into three epochs. The
first was the "Montor epoch." whei
j Monti.r was the executive I
ol the r.JA The second was the epoch
when the I'JA work was I Pled UH
der Dr Jo.-eph Schwartz, who is n
the executive head of the Israel I
campaign. The third is the cut
iod. when the work I- condui rl A
Friedman Montor was a dynamic power who gave the
I'JA campaigns tremendous impetus He
venial figure, but even bis op| | his
energy and devotion.
Dr. Schwartz is a man in public life who can have
only friend-, never enemies lie is a tactful person full
01 love for humanity, and these qualities have always been
felt in his 1 .ia work, making it the success it was. What
Montor sought to reach through itormy methods, Dr.
Schwartz achieved tor the i'ja through ins matter-of-fact
li iendlim
Rabbi Friedman follows more the path of Dr Schwartz
than of Montor. and achieves much through his youl
enei hind the iucci -- ol the UJA, however, -
.1 group of devoted Jewish leaders, outstanding an
whom 1- Edward M M M 1
Warburg ha: been the general chairman of the 1 \
for a number ol years and 1- now its honorary ehairi
He to stand in the background of the UJA
devoting himself chiefl) to the work of the Joint l>.
buiion Committee ol which he i- the chairman. Howi
matter how much he tries to be overshadowed
other l i\ leaders whom be wants to>bring to the 1
fronl always looked upon as the central tigun
the l'.i \
He is always at the disposal of Joseph Iftoyorhoff, I
m UJA general chairman, who ia himsell oni
the strongest pillars One ol the largest contributoi
the UJA, Meyerhoffaffectionately called "Joe" spares
no time to make the UJA efforts a success He is
scious of his responsibility as general chairman and car-
ries this responsibility with utmost devotion. He 1- '
stimulating personality, inspiring others to do lor the
l l\ what he wants them to do and making them aware
he Importance of then- work for tens of thousand*
ol other human i>< il


Friday, December 21, 1962
*Jenisr) fkridUati
Page 15-.5.
Taking part m the f-rst steering committee Janis; Sam C. Levenson. campaign vice chair-
meeting for the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal men; and Sum Blank. Standing are camoaiqn
campaign, which set CJA s goal at Sl.629.810 vie- chairman, Leonard A. Wien Rabbi'l.eon
>.ie seated (left to nqht) Leo Eisenstein: Fed- Kronish Trvsonh N I ir>t Te~~i, r-i
. right) Leo Eisenstein; Fed-
eration president. Sidney Lefcourt; campaign
co-chairmen, Samuel Friedland and Ernest
Kronish, Joseph N. Lipton, Joseph Cohen,
Cal Kovens, Burton B. Goldstein, and Mar-
shall Harris.
CJA Sets $1,629,810 Goal for '63
Continued from Page 1-A
our community a time for go-
forward," they added.
"Chosen with great care and run-
turn, the campaign figure i~
realistic goal which can he
i-hieved This is the minimum
mount necessarj to help Federa
and its agent ies meet the
cods <>f men. women and chil
en whom our one single annual
bined Jewish Appeal campaign
ervts around iin> corner and
around the world."
"Friedland and Janis stressed
that completion of a successful
1963 CJA campaign would pro
v;t'e vitally needed services to
Jewry in the Greater Miami
area and in Israel and other
countries overseas.
"As the population of Dadc i
ty expands av the ccnt< r
of our city i't Miami, in< r<
support will mean that Federation
agencies will be given the
tunit) of expanding services to
meet the problen s ol families who
live in North Miami, the Southwest
area, and other rapidly-growing
areas whose citizens need health
and welfare services, guidance and
counseling tor familj well-being,"
i hey declared.
In 1962, Federation and Combin-
Jewish Appeal served over 25.-
000 persons in Greater Miami, and
over $325,000 men, women and
children overseas and in Israel.
\- we go forward in the sil
Mr anniversary year, we call upon
all members of our community to
share in the leadership of the ("JA
by helping to meet the 1983 goal
and establish a foundation tor
serving today's needs and planning
for a better community tomor-
row." Friedland and Janis stress-
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Friday. December 2'.
Aramco Gives Up New York Battle
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe >ix year legal
batile of the American Jewish
Congres- zzairst the employment
agreed to obey an order by the Holier, chairman of the national!
State Omrffissiofl for FTumar. Governing Coundfl of the American |
Rights io stop discriminating
cgain.-t Jewish job applicant-
Tin agreement was contained in
policies of the Arabian American a stipulation entered into by Aram
Oil Co. ended here when Aramco co, the American Jewish Coni
withdrew its court appeal and and the State Commission. Shad
Ole Massa
Ellender
By MAX LERNER
Jewish Congress, and chief coun-
-, l lor the organ cation in the
ci te, hailed the agre< menl aa a
"major victory m the fight for
equality for all our citizens Un-
der the terms ol the stipul ition,
Arami
Waived any right ts contest
the decis:on harded down last
September by the Commission,
which found ihe oil company hai
illegally queslioned job appli-
cants on Iheir religion and had
refused to hire Jews for its of-
fices in New York City or its
oilfield operations in Saudi
Arabia.
Waived any right to challenge
ibe validity of the Commission's
er requiring it to cease and de-
When the Ecomm of the National Security Council can't keep its st from its JJ^mtotory prjc-
secret deliberations to itself, how can e expect Allan Ellender to Ucei and to take c affirm
keep bis thoughts to himself- Sen. Ellender is not a man with a passion t.vc acts to win, out in< eltect
for anonymity. He has vowed publicly to visit every last obscure corner P Olscrimtnauon
of the world' and he has probablv vowed privately to bring to the be- Withdrew its application to
nighted inhabitants of every last corner his personal view, of their Ihe New York Supreme Court 101
character and intelligence. a Ofder annulling the Commiss-
Sen. Ellender's crusade has now come a cropper because -ome ion s decision,
things he said in Rhodesia, in a White Supremacy stronghold of Africa. For its part, the State pommi s
have been declared anathema in Black Africa. After traveling through ion withdrew its countdp-applica-
most of Africa .said Ellender) he had not seen any country where the :jnn for a court order enforcing
African population was ready for self-government or had "made the the decision At the same time,
least bit of progress on their own" without ai.i from the whites however, the Commission reserved,
the nyht to apply to the court for
These honeyed comments on the host nations of the continent an enforcement order if. at any
through which he was traveling failed not too surprisingly to endear time in the future, it deems Aram-
him to their leader-hip. Uganda told Ellender to please stay awaj co guilt} ot further discrimnation.
from its door and to just keep rolling along. Tangan\ika. which couldn't
get the message to him fast enough to prevent his landing, told h:m
to take himself right off in double-quick.
Can Ole Massa Ellender possibly be surprised at these compli-
ments? If he is he is more naive than I take him to be. He marc them
in Salisbury, the capital of the embattled white settlers of Rhodesia.
who feel themselves beleaguered amidst the hostile black population,
Such an order would be enforce
able bj conti mpt proceedings.
In a statement for the Congress,
Toiler said the agreement "com
pletely upheld the American Jew-
ish Congress' charges, ur.-t made
in August, I9jfi. that Aramco's em-
and have vowed to fight to the end to keep the wave oi black national ploymenl practices had become the
ism from overwhelming them.
Ellender may well believe the pseudo-scientific "proof.-" of Negro
inferiority which Carleton Putnam has recently been circulating. Or
he may have been moved to take his stand along>ide Roy Welensfcy
and his cohorts, who regard MacMillan as a dangerous radical and
have made common cause with the South African regime.
In either event, while his comments enrages the African leaders. Should experience unhappily prove
they probably did Ellender no political harm in his own Louisiana. to the contrary, the America!
If this were only a private adventure of Ellender's, as the sweat- Jewish Congress
ing, groaning, moaning State Department officials have said, one press for
might lau;;h it off as part of his education and something for those
voluminous diary-reports of his travels which he submits to bis fellow-
Senators. But Mennen Williams in Washington. Adlai Steven-on at the
UN, and a new breed of American diplomat in Africa have worked
hard to shape a new picture of America in the minds of the Africans.
Now part of that work has been undone by a man who was not
empowered to speak for America, but who intervened in something
where he had no business to intervenean internal Struggle within
Africa which i- today's harvest of the old hatreds an.: injustices.
most notorious example "f viola-
tion of the New York fair employ
rin in law." He continued
It is 10 be hoped that today's
settlement will mark the end 01
.Aramco's anti-Jewish policies.
Ellender has been saying his say about the Africans repeatedly in
his privileged sanctuary of the Senate. No state banned his pres-
ence. Perhaps it gave him pause when he discovered that the black
men in Africa now have their own heads of state, their own soil and
sovereignty. Nor can Ellender himsclfc as a champion of unlimited
national sovereignty, complain much when that sovereignty is exvr
cised to slam the doors in hi.s face.
I don't suppose there is any way to keep influential Senators like
Ellender from sandblasting American prestige right across the Afri-
can continentno party discipline they will acknowledge, no code of
restraint they will observe.
The only punishment I can think of, to fit the crime, would be
for the Senate to sentence him to a term of study, in which he would
have to commit to memory the names of (very African leader, the
universities and jails they have been to. the books and articles the)
have written. Yes, and the cultural history of Africa, as it is today-
being written for the first time by young African historians.
will of course
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time to time after the effective
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NEWLY-fORMD ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCID HERE THIS WEiK
xs. Meyers Heads Federation of Women
Una Brenner Meyers was.
day mimed president of the
irmed Federation of Jew
i|
i anization is an outgrowth
earlier Federation of Jew-
Organisation!
Lefcourt, president of the
r Miami Jewish Federation,
I
, announcement th.it Mrs
and the newly-formed
arm will coordinate all
activities in behalf ol
lion.
Tl will he done by planning
trying out a year-round pro
ra;" starting with participation in
mbined Jewish Appeal cam-
and continuing with com-
education for the many
groups in the Greater Mi
Ini area." Lefcourt explained.
pi ration of Jewish Women will
jlso aim to develop a resourcci
cup to seek out and train com
aunt leader*, form a Presidents
Lour.. to preside at utter-agency
. (if women's groups here
I limunity coordinating com
I :> Iiring to these agencies
I d< istanding of each other's
Lr ims,
Mrs Meyers is one of the most
outstanding women'- leaders in
Florida, she is an internationally
prominent attorney and currently
a member of the Dade County
School board, in accepting the ap-
i" intment, Mrs. Meyers Bald that
"this r .1 ization will afford each
ol us an opportunity to join to
gcthcr and build a better Miami
community The participation of
so many outstanding women lead
era in the Federation ol Jewish
V.omen will, 1 know, prove a uni-
fying and coordinating source as
we prepare the loundation lor to
morrow
Mrs. Meyers announced that ten-
tative plans are now being made
, for two important meetings in
January. She also announced the
following women, who have accept-
t ii positions in the newly-formed
I ederation Ol Jewish Women ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation:
Campaign vice president, Mrs.
Jack Ahlin; community resources
vice president, Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man; chairman, Mrs. Marshall
Harris; community education vice
president. Mrs Charles P. Fein-
berg; chairman. Mrs. George Gra-
ham; presidents council vice pres-
ident. Mrs. .lean c Lehman; com-
munity coordination vice president.
Mrs Gerald P. Soltz; chairman.
Mrs. Milton Green; recording sec-
retary, Mrs. Joseph Wilkes; cor-
iesp ,n ling secretary, Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman; parliamentarian, Mis
Milton Sirkin; and nominating
committee, Mrs. Sidnej Lewis.
Mrs Meyers has served with
Federation's board of governors,
executive committee and the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Women's Di-
vision. She was an organizer of
the Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami, one of the early
direi lors ol the YM and Y.MHA,
and was presi lent of the Jewish
Social Service Bureau, now the
Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
\ ice, the oldest social service
agency in Dade County.
Liste l in "Who's Who in Amen-
' i n en," Mrs. Meyers receiv-
ed the Dade County "Outstanding
Citizens Award" in 1957. and in
Fel ruary, 1959 she was winner of
the annual Brotherhood Award of
the National Conference of Chris-
I'.. and Jew s.
MSS. ANNA BR[NNtK MtYtRS
the
W
ovnan s
njj.rU
dfewislri Floridiaxi
Miami, Florida, Friday. December 21, 1962
Section 5
by ISABEL GROVE
'. tme al 1250 SW 17'.h
imi, is a busy one now (or
I Mr- Hyman Mandel
\ m from Chicago i-
hter, Faye, her hus-
me Cohen, and their
1 daughter, Miriam
rhe sounds of little
i,, t and .i (ooinK baby voice are
i I) pleasant ones for the
. especially since Miriam
lir-t grandchild But
a out be the same come
t of the New Year, when
J : e has to return to his high
teaching position in the
R. City .
ng young Students home
holidays is Sherna Simon
vho'l taken the midwin
let cation at Brandeis Univer-
her opportunity to visit
enU, Mr. and Mr-. Sam
iionhoff. of 5925 No. Bay-
Dr. In addition to her
1 study schedule, Sherna
has .nmehow managed to com-
2 paintings which were re
the subject of much fai
comment in a Boston art
n
alescing from recent iur-
David Jacobson. of 1611
n \\e.. is recuperating al
i of hii -on and daughter
Mr and Mrs Charles R
of Coral Gables
H< rbert S. Rubinstein is com
i after being eommiss-
second lieutenant in the
- Vir Force. fnHowing grad-
nom OTS at Lackland
Al'Ii in Texas Happy are Mr
and Mr- Irving Rubinstein, ol
15 SW 35Ul St. Miami The
new lieutenant, who's a CM grad.
will be reassigned to Greenville
Miss. Joining in the "home-
coming" celebration will be the
Rubinsteins' daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stui-
man, who are also arriving here
with their two children. Richard
and Suzanne.
3
Mr aid Mrs Charles Char
cow sky. of Miami Beach, are en-
tertaining interesting guests from
Juneau, Alaska Viola's son.
Walter Gruenberg, and his lovely
wife, Joan, are spending the holi-
days with the Charcowskys, fol-
lowing a trip to Europe .
out taking in the ban.l concert
and athletic activities at West-
brooke Country club on Sunday
the club's newest members,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Carlin. of
No. Miami Beach It was a
relaxing day for Dan. who in ad-
dition to hi- business, has been
extra busy Hum' days finishing
work on a new play Dan and
his Elaine have two sons .
Lynda Beigel, daughter of the
Morton Beigels, i- due in town on
1 it -day This will be her first
V-Uit home in a year and a hall
She i- studying at the Insti-
lu'e oi Archaeology at the I'm-
versitj ol London Lynda
I reviousl) was al the Umversitj
ol Hamburg in Germany tor a
>. ar She plan- to be in town
tor two weeks.
Among the young ladies to be presented to
Ambassador Abraham Darom and Mrs. Da-
iom at the Ambasadci's Ball Saturday night
in the Fontainebleau Hotel are (clockwise from
left) Elaine Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Auqust: Cynthia Ellen, daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. Murry Grossman; Ellyn Sue, daugh-
ter ol Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Greene; Arline.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin;
Carol Lvnn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
R Blum; Ba:bara. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Rcbert L. Turchin; Jill, daughter cf Mr. and
Mrs. Jules P. Channing; Dorothy, daughter o.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toppell; K a r 1 e n e Gail,
daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bogis.
and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathar.
K. Specter. Also to be presented are Alanc
daughter of Mrs. Beatrice K. King; Sheila
dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter; Carol
granddaughter of Mrs. Rose Schoenfeld; Car.-
aence Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs. June Witlin
and Miss Nanci Zivitz. daughter of Dr. anc
Mrs. Nelson Zivitz, and granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hairy Sirkin. 'See also, Fage 3-A.
PANCAKES: THE STELLAR ATTRACTION
(ZftcrnM Depicting the cast of "A Story to Remember," presented by
I Sisterhood of Temple Monorah at a paid-up membership
Party last week are (left to right) Mesdames Herbert Kaplan,
Margaret Bliatein. Joseph Feldman. Norman Harrow, ana wn-
"amCarmel.
This year, par! of our observ-
ance of Chanuka. let's have a Latke
Party since the custom of eating
pancakes is as much a par; ol our
celebration as the lighting of the
candles Originally, cheese was al-
ways an ingredient of the pan
cakes, but later the custom ol serv.
,.. fried cakes and pancakes ol
,H types developed, it all began
when the rtorj oi Judith was link
d with that ol Chanuka, and Lie
,.,ke> whuh she fed Holofei
were said to have in en made of
cheese Judith, who saved hei
people bj beheading the chief gen-
Kl of the enemi torn-, ha- been
-ueh an inspiring example ol cour-
,, intelligence, and patriotism
throughout the centuries that the
tried cake- or pancakes which sym-
bolize her act arc featured in par-
es among Jews ol man> I
For our own party we have sug-
I ested a menu which mroul be suit
aWe ior a cropol L2. The fi n ap
petizers whuh can all be purchas-
ed are accompanied bj tomato
iui'ce and a selection of raw vege
table strips The food for this course
; a selection ol raw vegetable
s,ripS The food lor this course
could b. d ^ ,h'' llv,n*
room for Ihe guests to serve
themselves.
For our stellar attraction, the
pancakes, two recipes are given.
The in -t Mime properly is one con-
taining COttage cheese. The second
made with buckwheat Hour and
yeast, is also traditional. Par
. ,,i tin- favorite are ci<--
accompaniments of tl
Chanuka roast goose; but, aim
urs a "milchig" party, a richer
recipe made with milk and butter
has been selected. Potato latki -
are also suggested; but If you lik .
i .. c iuld be reserved for anothi
lanuka's eicht days '-i'
q iate time In which to ser
Should the potato latke- I
, Uble the recipe for C
cheesi pancakes.
v C( pancakes must be cat. i
hot oil the griddle." one way t
avoid long waiting by the guesti
or the necessity of having the
Continued on P9 'B

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Page 2-B
fjenifti fk>r*'dHaf>
Friday, December 21. 19
Former coordinators of the Bock Review series Stein, reviewer, and Mrs. Jack Katzman, rres-
sponsored annually by the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah are honored at the first
of the current season's reviews at the Alaiers
Hotel. Seated (19ft to riqht) are Mesdames Mor-
ris A'pert. Sol Leslie, Miss Lillian Goodman,
present chapter president. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
ent chairman. Standinq ('eft to riqht) are Mes-
dcmes Ray Rosenberg, Harry Platoff, co-chair-
man since the series was launched 14 years
ago, Philip Thau, Morris Golden, and Fred
Jonas.
Birthdays Will
Be Celebrated
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Hume for the Aged,
will hold its next monthly birth-
ci.i> party al Douglas Gardens on
lay, 2 p m.. In conjunction with
the observance of Chanuka.
Mrs Lawrence Silverman, Auxil-
pn ?ident, will give the mess-
1 : '- elc ime. Mrs S Sill er-
man, Auxiliary honor a rj president
will pr es ent birthd a y-Chanuka
In addition to honoring residents'
birthdays for the month of Decem-
ber, special honors ill be
t 1 Mrs Isidor Cohen, miami pion-
1 and i< undi r ol the Home, w hi
will celebrate her 8.">th birthdaj
Dec. 25.
Mr.-. Cohen'-, daughter, Mrs. Syd-
new Weintraub, has been a leader
of many projects locally and na-
tionally. Mrs Cohen is still ac-
active in the Jewish Home.
Mrs. Alice Frankel. who celebrat-
ed her 85th birthday on November
11. will also be honored.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program
chairman. Miss Patsy Abbott,
well- known entertainer, will per-
form.
have some
happiness
for dinner
tonight
Have some real old-fashioned
tasting Kasha for dinner... and
hear the family cheer! Remem-
ber how deep-down good
Grandma's Kasha used to
'Do you wonder how
she made it? Look on the
WOIFF'S KASHA package.
Just follow the economi-
cal directions. It's as
easy as beating an egg
and chopping an on-
ion ..to put taste
happiness on the
taDle tonight.
THAT'S THE
MAGIC OF
KASHA!
' KASHA
UvwtiM. nutritious Brown
Buckwheat Groali. Alto enjoy
Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits)
Kasha 'N' Gravy, Kasha Soup.
MB KASHA COOKBOOK!
Just address request to:
Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yen, N. Y.
Temple Menoiuh's PTA members meet with Herzl Honor, di-
rector of the Religious School, to plan the "Gieen Stamps for
a Bus" campaign now under way to obtain 1,058 books of
Green Stamps for a new school bus. Left to right are Mrs.
Charles Lipkins. chairman of the Green Stamps committee,
Mrs. Sigmund Berlant. Honor, and Mrs. Paul Millman.
Temple Israel
Review Series
Sisterhood of Temple Israel an-
nounces plans lor_its third journal
book rv\ it a series to be pre!
e by l>r Joseph R. Nan The
series "ill inclu le three reviews
jan 2 The January and February dat";
will be morning sessions The
April L" date will be an evening re-
\ u \>. with si rii 1 lickel h 1 ders en
i.ilcd to bring 1 si .it no extra
i harge. to the tain*
p,( youth Fun I
Dr. V; rot's 11 st 1 Jan -"-'.
wiH be Philip Roth's controversial
book, "Lettini 11 al 10 30 a.m.,
::: Wnlf-i'M AUOitOrUim.
Mrs Jesse I asselhoff and Mrs
Lewis Serbin are co-chairmen;
Mrs Jesse Vola tickets; Mrs Her-
bert Levy, publicity; Mrs Sam
Rabin, refreshments,
New Year's ct
Emanu-EI
Dr, and Mrs In ing Lehrman
an Mr and Mrs Jo ph M Lap
ti n hea I s lisl ol more than 70
rempie Emanu El 1 ouples ho .il
. have ma Ii 11 sen .'t ns for
Ihe co! .1 ati nal dinni r dance
New Year's Eve at the Deauvillc
I
1 !>> the Tet p I
El Brotherhood, "the I
put '
id of lu
0 3
'
Spec! '
. ol thi m hich
ill I nnei
club cntert ind .1

1".:.. >: rectors ol the con-
hea b> Lipton,
01 tin' Sisterhood, headi 1 I j Mrs
dstein, are working with
berhood 01 I he fete.
Reservations maj tall be made
at the Temple office
CERTIFIED
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as tr
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1
has new
r
out stubborn food st s
In secon.
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end bleai-
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'
Running the Torch of Freedom
Each year at Hanukkah, a burning torch is carried from the ancient town of
Modiin to Jerusalem by several hundred relay runners. Here you see the start of
the run (near Lod airport) where Mattathias started the rebellion against Anti
ochus. Here his son Simon built an elaborate family Mausoleum, the remains
of which still survive for visitors to view. The distance to Jerusalem is abo-.it
30 miles where the President of Israel awaits to receive the Tcrch ot Freedom.
Sipping Yuban Coffee
Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's richest coffee
The secret is aged coffee beans. To the most expensive blend of green coffees
Yuban adds rare, aged coffee beansfor deep, dark, delicious flavor.
The Simcha Coffee


,v December 21, 1962
*
JcMstifhrteMam
I'.er. ol 'he hostess committee for a tea-
last Sunday afternoon at the Fon-
Knre: au Hotel for daughters come-of-age
hc .: be presented to the Ambassador of
ferae n Saturday night at the Ambassador's
all ae seated (left to right) Mrs. Samuel
tc hairman of the tea-dansant; Mrs. An-
:ier Meyers, grand hostess for the
Irving Lehrman;
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Standing are Mrs.
Harrv Simonhoff, Mrs. lack Katzman. Mrs.
Meyer A. Baskin, and Mrs. Fred Somerstein.
Also on the committee (but not shown) was
Mrs. Sam Pollock. Junior hostsses for the
tea-dansant were the 1961 young ladies pre-
sented at last year's ball. The party was
atiended by the girls and their escorts.
::ici Zivitz, daughter
! Mrs. Nelson Zivitz.
ddaughter of Mr.
Harry Sirkin, will
g daughters come-of-
" presented to the 1s-
bussador at the Am-
s Ball on Saturday
I the Fontainebleau
Biscayne Chapter
Slates Courses
Biscayne Chapter of the Amen
can Jewish Congress held its
monthly meeting Wednesday at the
home "i Mrs Sidney Rudnick. Mr-
Albert Zuekerman, president of
tin' uroup. conductod the session.
Plans were made for future soc-
ial and cultural activities, among
which aro a mosiac Ule-cetting
class to be held on alternate Mon-
day mornings, 10 a.m.. at the home
>.t Mrs Sylvia Brown. 1110 NE
154th Tor.; a catering course on
alternate Monday mornings, loi
i m .a the home ol Sylvia Brown;
and a dance cotillion ei ery Satur-
day evening, 9 to 10 p.m., at the
jress Bowl.
Mrs Dollj Baum, pn gram chair-
man, introduced Abraham Gittel
son. education director "t Temple
Beth 1 orah, ; wed "The
ma "i the Modern Jew," by
Joachim Print
\nnor,moment was made of the
appointment ol Mrs. Abraham Au-
genstein as co president <>i Bis-
i yoe Chapti r, to fill the unexpir-
od term ol Mrs Marion Beckman.
\i:. Vugens lin gra luated suma
cum laude iron'- Brooklyn I
an I teaches al Carol City .rumor
School. She is a
vni I 11
Befit Israel Sisterhood
A Chanuka latke party will be
sponsored by the Sisterhood of
Beth L-iarl Congregation on Sun-
day evening in the Social Hall of
the synagogue. Mrs, Harry
Schwartz and Mrs Gerald Grecn-
berg arc co chairmen, Mrs. Isa-
dora Friedman is fund-raising vice
pi t sident.
Judea Women
Eye Teen-Aaers
Temple Judea Sisterhood mel
Wednesday evening for a program
featuring a panel ol psychiatrists
and psycholi gists.
Discussion was led bj Dr. Mar-
tin Rosonthal. director ol the psy-
chiatric unit oi the Dade County
Juvenile Court.
ANo, Dr. Irwin S. Jacobs, modi
cal director of the Masonic Chil-
dren's Center, and president of the
Greater Miami Society of Psychia-
try-Neurology
And Dr. Irwin Lesser, former
chief psychologist Of the Children's
Guidance Clinic Of Pennsylvania.
and for the pasl four years with
the University of Miami Guidance
( .nter.
Discussion studied adolescent
and teei il '"'' today.
ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM
SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE
il.ty. Look for tha word "Switzerland" on
the Swiss Cheese you buy...chunk or sliced...
Page 3-B
r

happy
holidays
All of us
at Burdine's
extend our
greetings
for a
Happy Chanukah
to you
and yours
I


?age 4-B
+Jeist flcrkiten
Friday. December 21. 1962
Kendall Home
Holiday Program
Community affairs committee of
Temple Beth Am sponsored a holi-
dav program for residents of the
Kendall Horrn.^ for the Aged on
U.Mlinje^lJ^ ** "<
Mrs Bernard Lash was guest:
soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Paul
Draizer. Also on the program was
Dr. Stanley Wellins in a group of
songs, accompanying himself on
the guitar.
Mrs. S. Ronald Pallot and Mrs. Howard Kalzen are "press
commentators" for the Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Assn's.
'Holiday Bruncheon" at the Algiers Hotel on Dec. 26.
AEPhi Alumnae 'Press Interview'
JWV Auxiliaries
Plan Holiday Fete
For Servicemen
Ladies" Auxiliaries of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the ISA.
Llade and Broward Counties, will
hold their annual Holiday Season
party on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., ;"
the Servicemen's Center, LOth si.
and Ocean Dr.
Nine auxiliary chairmen will par-
ticipate and help serve the 350 ser-
viceman and 200 junior hostesses
expected al th evenl Chairmen
participating In the joint social
. i
Mesdami Diane Ru hmond,
North Dad. Helen Latimer, North
Miami Beach; Etta Stemple, Mi-
ami Beach: Ann Hofstadter, North
Shore; Jean Kaufman, Murray
Solomon; Lena Gold. Wcsl Miami;
Frieda Feingold, Norman Bruce
Brown; Ida Messer. Hollywood;
and Sadie Landay, Ham I
; Surf side.
Chairman of the event i> Mrs
Arthur Lee,
A check for S3.000 chages hands at the recent women's i o
tional convention of the American Technion Society at Pi a
delphia. enabling three students to attend Israels biggest er
gineering college {or a year. The scholarship funds were raise
by the Greater Miami Chapter, headed by Mrs. Philip Th(
(nghtV Accepting (leW is Mrs. Marie Levy, executive direct
with Mrs. Trudy Homer schlag. national membership
man, Mrs. Leo Rutstein, Miami's financial secretary, been
approval.
Wise Unft Will Hear Speaker
Mrs. Merman Feller, presidcnl 10 IS a.m., at which guea!
oi the Louise Wise Chapter, Amer- ei will be Rabbi Morn- Ska
nan Jewish Congress, announces Temple Beth Shiran, in tal
plans for a Chanuka luncheon "Jewish Veluea."
meeting on Thursday noon. Dec 27, .^ l)ci.j;,i musical program
at the Lombards Hotel. i presented by Mrs. Ann
Prior to the meeting, a study White, accompanied by Jc
eroup will gather at the hotel at, Schreibman at the piano.
K
cph
Alpha Epsilon Alumnae Associa-
tion will hold its 20th annual "Holi-
lay Bruncheon" next Wednesday,
.1:30 a.m., at the Algiers Hotel.
To commemorate the 20th anni-
erysary event, the program for
he afternoon will feature "press
Urffce Forty Sunday
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
'po.!>Kr a latke party for children
f the Sunday and Hebrew Schools
m Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
conference." with "press commen-
tators." Mrs Howard Katzen and
Mrs. s. Ronald Pallet, 'interview.
i ing" many world-famous personali-
: ties.
President Mrs. Stanley Roth said
the afternoon "will be informative
and entertaining, as well as an
opportunity to see old friends
again."
Reservations for AEPhi alumnae
and their friends and relatives are
being taken by Mrs. Daniel Fran-
co and Mrs. Roth.
from now on if you want homemade stuffed cabbage
rvta.v*v-"
ask for HEBREW NATIONAL
So what?
FEATURED AT
. A f*ir G"nd Un,0,n
$ tJTilly SP-'-*"H
Z A food C.n..r
"h'n9,"- Win, Co
Z>on
rwii
It takes us something like seven hours
to prepare. It takes you only three
minutes to simmer 'n serve. So from
now on, if you want Kosher stuffed
cabbage as a main dish, appetizer dish,
party dish or any other dehsh-dish-
get a jar of new Hebrew National. It's
waiting for you at your food store.
AND OTHE* FINE FOOD STORES
They're just as delicious and just as strictly
vegetarian this way. In fact, the only mistake
you can make is not having more Heinz
Kosher Vegetarian Beans in the house when
they start asking for seconds. Which they
always do.
Every label can-be tha Q imI ..f approval at raa union ok orthodox nwam concrecations of aaUBUCA.


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Friday, December 21, 1962
Evening of Elegance at Mt. Sinai
Jubilee Ball in Diplomat Hotel
*Jenistithi Hktn
Ml. final Hospitals Jubilee Ball,
h, !il last Saturday at the Diplomat
II ,| proved to be-an evening
, i legance.
itifiilly-fiowned women ami
their escorts began arriving at 7
for the before-dinner cocktail
party.
The formal dinner held in Lcs
\ basMdeuri Room preceded the
warm and winning showmanship of
Martin. Another highlight ol
thi rvening was the presentation
,.f the 52 day "Around the World''
cnn-e to Alfred II Daniels, pres.
of Burdinea Department
Stores.
1 ii $50 a plate affair, the pro-
a, of which will he used to
the hospital in maintaining
tandards of patient care, mraa
, (led by 750 gue-ts. including
i.il and civic leaden of the
unity,
c \eni featured the announce-
; eight new founders, eon-
rs of a minimum of $50,000
hospital. They are. Louis
K --.it Mrs. Sam Priedland.
asil Heatter, Mrs. Leon Lo
Sam Luby, Mrs Baron dc
ileyer, Mrs Max Orovitz,
Sam 11 Roat,
Why Pay More!
Mrs. I.ila I!ealt3r receives
her Founders Plaque at Mt.
Sinai Hospital's Jubilee Ball
last Saturday.
KREPLACH
SDT Annual Holiday Luncheon
ii! holiday luncheen of Sig- Eden Roc Hotel on Saturday, Dec
a Tau M he held at the :u
The national sorority has over
lit \#oil 1 I Vc f> lu chapters throughout the coun-
J+J+A MlVw try, and membera at the University
ol Miami will aaaial with the pro
gran Of the day.
New officers of the Alumnae
League will be installed. Mrs.
Marvin Mritus will be president.
; It her officers include Miss Roberta
Laner, Miss Carol Schnis. Mrs.
Charles Cordon, Mrs. George Ja
ubson, an I Mrs. Steve Broudy. Mrs,
Charles Peatinger is chairman ol
( the day.
Chapters at the Universities ol
Miami. Alabama, Georgia, and
Sophie Newcomb are expected to
have prominent chapter represen-
tation
National officers and board mem-
bers living m the area are Mrs.
Morton Grant, Mrs. Philip L fko
Mi Emanuel Goldstrich,
and ;. tnt, Mfr
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FROM YOUR GRAND UNION AND GRANDWAY STORES CHANUKA is joyous holiday,
ar.d all of us af Grand Union'Grandway join in wishing that you enjoy this festive occasion. It is
our pleasure to serve you for your Chanuka nee^s, and every day throughout the year.
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Chuck Steaks
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LEAN & MEATY
59
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Israelite Center
Chanuka Party
Cross Rib Roast
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CHEF BOY-AR-DEB
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Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
tuned Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender
Sttle macaroni pies...filled with
tengy Italian Cheese...aimmered
*' savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
asier than the frozen kind. So
touch thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c per serving I
he a hanuka latke celebration.
[ 1st aelitc Center l"
School ill be quests The
Dora St( in Sisterhood will serve
traditional latkes as refreshments.
The program will featun an ori
mal Chanuka comedy, written
| j Rabbi Morton
dalavsk) ii collaboration with the
ly, nulled "Chanuka
Wish Mash."
Participating in the casl will be
Hebrew and Sunda> School
[acuities and the co-chairmen ol
the board of ed ication,
Holiday Dance Monday
young VdiiM Friends of Israel
Mill hold a holidaj dance on Mon-
day evening in the Morocco Room
.,i the Casablanca Hotel Festivi-
ties begin a) B 30 p.m and are
open to single adult! bel teen 2fl
and ..''
Canada Dry
TRUE FRUIT FLAVORS
LARGE 28 0Z. BTl.
Plus Deposit
10
Vege-MATZO
NEW
man:schewitz
10 0Z. PKG.
37

TETLEY TEA
INSTANT OR IN BAGS
Whipped Temptee
L'Koved Wine
BREAKSTONE
8 OZ. SIZE
33
FIFTH
89
Sardines
EMPRESS IMPORTED
SKINLESS-BONELESS
4
m oz.
CANS
99
NEW
'En Ictd (
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alw.
Tetley has that full, wonder,
ful "tiny little tea Uaf flavor .
Rokeach Nyafat
Grapes
Apples
19 CZ. SZE
79
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RED EMPEROR
2
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29
FANCY, RIO
CCLCIOJS
2
Chestnuts
imported
italan~roas:;ng
PBifES EFFECTIVE THROUGH PRICES EFFECT,V= my R,6H,S RESERVED
A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837


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spend her everur.z M
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bwbands who low
- a flapjack, that thej may
bake their o-*n if
par.cak'
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r:.-.r,g room table rr al
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Appetner Course

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tter and
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in this. Serre *ith syrup
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roakei abou- :4 large pancake;
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1 yeast cake or 1 eove*OfM
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and remaining fl"ur Heal tin
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radually. Beat the egf unites
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over medium al
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n. jam. or syrup an
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toafc* antil iiaht ami thick, ar.d
add the condensed wiilk. apple
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aVit Mm egg white- -i aod foid
to -he appieaaue*- r-:\ture Ar
mk alternate layer i
crumb and apo*eauce BBztore in
a Urge dessert bowl or :2 indm-
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end *:th the emmb- Chill the
podriir.z for at least The
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a email number half the recipe
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I Friday, December 21, 1962
lommittee Heads for 'Women of Year
JLuncheon Told by University Friends
VlrsS|i|pl t Sapiro, chair, on behalf of the sa[a function
.,. the -Woman ol the Year"! The luncheon Kll hZr Mr.
;, .,,, luncheon v.huh he Wom Jennie Crossings lor her^humai
tBb Division, American Friends Of ; Italian endeavors- an her ere t
bre i.-.M..>ity .will hold interest in the Hebrew University
i i) Bfternooe, Jan. n. at the a Jerusalem"
j Roc Hotel Ihii week releas Mrs Sapiro said that "the erouc
,he name; of commitlee chair ol nationalknoun personalitie*
iren and their aides who will work 'who are indicating their interest
+****** nnrMtor,
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (right) is visited in her home, 5941
Pine Tree Dr., by Mrs. Harry Auspitz (left), president of the
Philadelphia Division, and Mrs. Abraham F. Wechsler, pres-
ident of the New York State Division, American Friends of
Hebrew University. The national leaders confer with Mrs.
Grossinger on details for the gala luncheon which the Nation-
al Women's Division will give Friday afternoon, Jan. 11.
Tcidlins Mark
iOth Anniversary
I ars ol mi mage li be
on the evi of l
:. anuka candle
d Mrs Ah: a'i.iin I- 'raid-
1544 idld Ave., Miami
I ; re married in
ter, N Y and came hi re
Hi- i .. rel ired tailor, ha\
woi liiekej Freeman
years
M ; aidli live in Bonds
bi >h \al
id '- in irer il Ben
band In ad
coupli in b 'ih charter
- of Temple Tifereth Ji
Hi. ah
pie is named in mem-
ij heir Jack Jaj
I
Mrs Fraidlin have three
Mrs Sal er, ol
man
ol T*
i (l r, Ind :
three grandchil iren.
v I I II I
MR. AND MRS. W.VDl'N
. habbal nple 'I ifen
will bora r the Hi
Mrs Nathan Becker, whose 26th
: nni\, :'-.ii 5 i- being observed at
the -a" tini as the t
i iheir parents, w 'Il l"
h --
Frii Ihe Fraid
i 1 and
to thi
Memorial Fund [or Education at
'..(ili
t
35
in joining the sponsors1 committee
is rowing in numbers."
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers a
vice presidenl of the Greater Mi-
. ami Women's Division, will serve
as award chairman. Mrs Harry
PtatoH ,s reservations chairman.
Mrs Jack s. Popick is in charge
"I hospitality, and Mrs. Joseph
Duntov is dais arrangements chair-
man.
Announcement will be made at
the luncheon of new enrollees from
the Florida area in the division's
honor group, "Society ot the Book
.Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag is chair-
man of the "Society" committee.
Mrs. Hhea C. Gladwin is in charge
Ol public relation-. Mrs. Charles
Charcowsky is protocol chairman.
Mrs Myrtle Epstein is decoralions
chairman, and Mrs Morton B.
Bramson, table gifts chairman.
Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, past presi-
dent of the local women's group,
will be patron chairman; Mrs. Ed-
ward .1. Melniker, in.nor guest re-
ception chairman; Mrs. Irving E.
Miller, hostess chairman; and Mrs.
Alfred M Mamlet, overall lunch-
con coor inator Mrs. Lo'-.is Glass-
er is state chairman.
Committee, s'll! incomplete, in-
cludes the following members:
Mesdames Mayer Abramowttz,
Edith Brenner, Shepard Broad.
Jack D. Burris, Harry Cohen, Rosa-
lie 1. Cohen, David Drucker,
Frances Entine, 1. Tropp Fogler,
Abram Fox. Emil Friedlander,
Louis Gidney, Fannie Goldberg,
Philip Gotlieb. Myer Harris, Belle
llirsch. Arthur Horowitz, Fred Le-
vine, Kate Meidenberg, Kenneth
Oka. Albert Pick, Joseph Kambam.
Benjamin Rappaport, Matilda il
Ratner, Maurice Revitz, Jacob Rif-
kln, Leonard Rosen, Abe Rubin,
llarrj Rubin, Harold s Shapiro,
re Smith Nathan* Spiegel-
man, Betty Steinberg Geor
i. II P Tietzer, Abraham Us-
r and Nathan V'lock.
Also Mesdames Carl Wi
Joseph Weintraub, Max Weitz,
Richard Wolf-on, Maurice Zimmer-
man, Esther ( ohen and Miss Jean-
ent,
Mrs Samuel Simonhoff, presi-
dent ol t'n' Greater Miami Worn-
l
Tifereth Israel's
13th Anniversary
Thirteenth anniversary dinner ot
Tifereth Israel Congregation will
be held Sunday evening, 6:30 p m.,
at the Deauville Hotel.
The Bar Mitzvah event will fea-
ture the well-known comedian,
Myron Cohen, and Juliet Prowse,
movie star and dancer.
\ full course kosher dinner will
bi ( rved follow ing a Chanuka
candlell; hting ceremony.
Tifereth Israel Congregation was,
launched 13 years ago The pres-
ent ci n incorporates Tif-
ereth Israel and Northside Jewish
center
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Frilnrf? I Amecan | ical course for students from "de-
"d-nnounced that a message Iveloping countries" a, the He-
Tn,5 r .us rcported thc brew University-Hadassah Medical
recent opening of the second med- School.
&T NEW YORK
firm TO
|KL ISRAEL
Funds Slated
For Hospital
card partj was given by the
Miami Beach Chapter ol Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hosiptal at Denver on Tues-
. vening at the Venetian Isle
Motel.
Mrs Sidnej Ritterman, president
,i the Miami Beach Chapter, an-
nounced thai proceeds ol the af-
fair will go to the hospital where
vi ungsti r- from throughout the
, .. cat ida, and Israel,
stricken with intractable asthma,
treated.
i in charge of reservations was
Mrs Jerrj Resnick, fund-raising
chairman
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Cantor J.icob Komgsberg
will officiate at Passover,
accompanied by 10 Voice
Symphonic Choir.
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>Jenirf flcrkfSan
Friday. December 21, 1%2
Miss Diane Marks Exchanges
Wedding Vows With Edward Moss
Miss Diane Mark- exchanged her
name for thai of her new husband.
Edward A. Mo*s. in 7 30 o'clock
vows on Saturday evening. Dee. 1j.
at Temple Beth Am Dr Herbert
Baumgard officiated.
The bride is the Of Mr.
Mi- 1 Marks, of 73 Edge-
water Dr. Coral Gables The
m i- the son of Mr and Mrs
OMAN CF THE WEEK
.hieeo
Jacobs, Perl
Eye June Rites
Karl Jacobs of Ea>ton, Pa., an-
Bounces the engagement of hi*
daughter. Sandra Lee. to Larr>
F'erl. son of Mr and Mrs Alfred
Perl, of 6750 SW 7th St., Miami
Miss Jacobs will teach in Miami
after receiving a June degree in
education at the University of Mi-
ami
Mr Perl is a graduate of the
Phillip M'-v 915 So. Shore Dr..
Miami Beach
.-Vrwrrwed Mr- tfWi tbOtt a
silk do'4' de sole ibeath tor her
wedding, which featured a chapel-
length train, and an all-beaded
II top. She carried a bouquet
o! white rotes wth one yellow
-. in the center.
Maid of honor wai alias Lois Rat
tien Bridesmaids lacluded Bar
bars Marks. Diana Brooks, Dor-
othy Moss, Judy Gioei K .--
Gerry Tonk-
Best man for the -
Stanley Ersoff. Ushers were Rich-
ard Marks Ted Finkel, Alan U
vine. Don Feldman. and David
Roemer.
The bride attended Coral Gables
High School and Sulisns Collegi
for Girls at Bristol. Yd.
Mr. Mots i- a Miami alt
He received his law degree Iron
the Universit) of Miami, and ai
tended the University of Florida
Reception followed the wedding
al Temple Beth Am The couple
left for a Nassau honeymoon, and
A June wedding is planned
She vas the small iss-and I I -'
, Mr ; ich always led th line in the
eitats U ite an extrov
ved the excitement of the -dimming meets Sne spent two ur-
the Usdveraili of Illinois, then graduated from the University
he day of graduation, her future husband, who was her
brother. Dor.ald Korshak's best trier.:, -urpris-
ed her. but not her family by presenting her
with in engagement ring.
After they were married they lived in
Chicago, coming to Florida every year, until
they decided at last that Florida was suck a
wonderful place to be. they mi^ht a- well move University of Miami, where he re
down Mr and Mr-. G ildstrich have three celVed a BBA degree in adecrtis
childrenBX, who is married, has'two chil- ing anci marketing Mr. Perl was
dren, and lives in Chicago; and the twins a member of Pi Lambda Phi and wj^j jive at sw 1571b St and 77th
I and Jill. Belle says that there were no, L'Apache fraternities, and i cur- Av0 wnere ,nev are building their
twins in their family: they were ju-t lucky, i rently a>-i>tant director of public own'home.
Lack lives here in Miami Beach with his wife, relation' at the Fontainebicau
Sandy: and Jill is a legal secretary Hotel.
Oi the Goldstrich academic front, the met
1 coincidence happened Belle grad-
uated from college in the last Class to re-
degrees under the old four-year plan ol
education. B.Z., twenty year- later, was in the
KIH class to graduate under the ne system
cceleration Then the old four-year plan went back into effect at
e University of Chicaj 1
Belle- tamil) were civic-minded leaders in the Chicago commun-
v and Belle followed m thei rfootsteps in Chicago As soon as she
rrived in Florida, it was PTA. B'nai B'rith, Hadassah, Sisterhood ol
cmple Beth Sholoni. Home lor the Aged Auxiliary, and National
,'cmrn's ( ommittec ol Brandeis Univeraity among other-, which have
11 had th' benefit ol Belle's forte-programing A firm belieier that
ne program sets the tenor of meeting-. Belle also insists that the
- ming must be right Having discovered in college that >he had a
nack for writing poetry, Belle has used that talent for the enjoyment
: her programs and her friend-. Presently, she is interested in the
pti Mr- since Mamie is sc active in the Optimist Club
Realizing how important a part a woman can play in sorority. Belle
currently national regional advisor, national skit chairman and na-
onal parents chairman ol Sigma Delta Tau. The Goldstrich apart-
nent. the Tropix, has become an integral part of Belle's life, the same
jests come year after year, and their lives have become intertwined.
bubbling with the love of lite. Belle believes that a person should live
, the hilt. This is a good philosophy lor her. Belles impish face and
.arkling eye-, her last clattering feet, and her bubbling enthusiasm
ill never let hei grow old

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MISS tHOD4. GRANT
Miss Rhine Weds
Rabbi Mehlman
Mi-- Mimi Rhine and Rabbi Dan
lei II Mehlman were married on
Tuesday evening, Dee 11th. at th
Kingsway Jewish Center in Brook
lyn. N.Y
The bride 1- the daughter ol Mr
and Mrs Lester Rhine, of Brook-
lyn. Tin- groom's parents are Mr
and Mrs. Ernest Mehlman. also ol
Brooklyn.
Rabbi Mehlman is spiritual lead
ei of Congregation Mispallin in
Chester, Pa where the newly mar-
ne I couple w ill reside
The former Miss Rhine. .1 grad
' uate of the Ycshivah of Flatbush,
v ill continue her studies at Tern
pie University in Philadelphia.
Rabbi Mehlman received BA and
MHL degree- at Yeshivah Inner
sity, and was ordained at the Rab-
bi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary. He is now working
I toward a PHD in psychology

\v.
MRS. fJlVARD MOSS
Gordon, Abel
Betrothal Told
The engagement of M:-
Lee Got leu to Mr Irving .
being announced by tin
elect's parent-. Mr. anil Mrs
ard .1 Gordon, of 1425 SU 17
Parents oi the groom-to
Mr and Mr- L a is A
s\v 36th Ave.
\li-- Gordon gradu it<
.; nd is 1
pletins her lasl \- ar al th. I
L'niversitj Si hool ol ^
She i> a member "( V;
Delta, national freshm
hon irary, and the stud. 11
ol America*
Mr Abel graduated fi
1 High School, and is
ior at the I'niu r-i'.y of Mill
neei 1 School He 1- a
1 ei ol the Stu enl Govcrnmi
Phi Kappa Phi. engineer
orary Phi Eta Sigma and i M
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MisS Grant Wins Hebrew-Speaking Croup
JHE REAO ALL WEEK
Helyne and Kenneth Treister had most interesting dinner guests. TOp bCnOlarSnlp
elyne prepared by reading, "The Innocent Ambaasadors, "Generations Miss Rhoda Grant. 8415 Crespi
f Viper.-"' and Opus 21." You guessed itthe man who came to din- Blvd.. Miami Beach, has been
er was Philip Wylie and his wife. Rickie. Helane and Lester Pan- awarded her second honorary in
oast made the sixsome complete. Dinner was by candlelight Helyne terfoundation scholar-hip by the
topped reading long enough to sec that the cornish hens were done Interfoundation Committee for
i perfection. The Treister home on Battersea ltd., which is so un- Economics, of Great Barnngton.
sual because it has so many gardens, came in for it> share ol admira-
ion, The conversation ranged from Seadade to survival in a nuclear
tuck. They all got a lug kick
family."
Chug Ivri. Hebrew-speaking
group ol No. Miami Beach, will
meet Tuesday. 2:30 p.m., at Tem-
ple Ner Tamul. Jacob Spielman
will discuss Aeh Ha'Am and Dr.
Thcodor Herd. Discussion will
follow.
In D..J. t Srowt'd U> Cogrli'l. nearly 1 [VERVBOOY 2^ kr dha* f^ ^ i*, jwjrdl lrm HALPERTS
TROPHiES t.i'jfil in the Soytf PAN AMERICAN BANK BlBf Ph. 377-2353
listening to the record ot The First
O HOLE IN ONE
Martha
Mass.
Miss Grant is a sophomore at
Carnegie Institute of Technology
at Pittsburgh. Pa., where she is
studying nuclear physics.
While attending Miami Beach
and Stanley C Mvers an,. Elinor and David Catsman wen. JJg ^S^LSlfSS.
U, ,n sebring for the weekend. In six layer, of ctotha. ^^rr^^arSpfT;
i Harder Hi
nd smudge pot weather, they played golf Stan made a 3 on a par 5.
.Iy. what he could have done Ol the weather had been warmer. Then
hey went to Rolling Hills to try the golf course there. It was cold
here. too.
Stetson University and the Univer-
sity of Florida.
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will meet Tuesday
HOME IN TIME
Ruth and Dave Rilas. with five pieces of luggage in a tiny Fiat,
pent ten days of their glorious European trip driving through the evening. Program will include a
Mountains Of Spain and around the Mediterranean. In Madrid. Ruth chanuka skit presented by mem-
iad quite an experience at French modiste's, having a blue lace bers.
made for their son. Harold- wedding. Home just a few days be- ] -
ore the wedding, they found wonderful news waiting lor them At the
ehearsal dinner they gave for Harold and Karen at the Standard Club.
hey announced the engagement of their daughter, Harriet, to Dr.
Leonard Roaendorf. Sunday was Harriet's twenty-first birthday, which
nade it ju-t right for the Rifa- reception honoring her and Lenny
Sverything was in pink and white The next party will be a luncheon
t the Ronej Plaza Hotel on Dec. 22. given by Harriets aunt. Ml*l
Iveiyn Rlfas. In the meantime. Harriet is having a har.i time out
the university keeping her eyes on her law books instead of her en-
agement ring.
VESTVIEW GOES BY BUS
That man. Richard Haft, got busy again, and West view Country
!ub had another fun evening: out to the club for cocktails and dinner,
hen a chartered bus to take tiiem to the Orange Bowl Stadium for the j
>range Bowl Classic football game. Back to Westview in the bus went
he members and their friends for a typical Southern breakfast, in-
ludmg eggs and grits. Among those present were Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Jaffa. Lyra and David Haber. the Sam Firestones, Ferd and Rosa-
yn Meyer. Marvin and Dolores Markowitz, Sidney and Zenia Meyer,
lr. and Mrs. Mark Mstthews, Dr. and Mrs Sam Kiviat, and Jake and
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Friday. December 21, 1962
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DfH David l mgregation held
* iti annual Patrons dinner
Sunda) evening in the
Ballroom of Spector Hull
\ black and white color scheme
I the room, and tiers ol
lowers in black cone-shap
len were on each table.
i aborate decorations, which
i de i individual placecards,
undet the supervision oi
\t- Kalph Ross, who wore a
ngth formal of black silk
., with an Oriental touch.
Mrs Irvin Shapiro chose an
:it emerald green brocade
ii-r 'due was fitted with a
aeckllne, and her skirt was
.(raped harem silhouette
-h silk print in blue and
W8J worn by Mrs Sidney
Her pencil slim -heath
v rrow. flat double shoulder
which were sequilted, and
blue velvet coat completed
lemble Mrs, Al Beers top-
r black silk crepe sheath
capelette i black damask
M
s Lewis Sternshein, whose
isband is president of the
. .ition, chose satin with a
l waistline that was bam!
a fringe of beige-colored
beads and Iridescent se-
Mrs Jerry Sokolow were
>dk organza with embroid-
ered floral embroidering cascad-
in. wn her drets. Black silk
brocade, subtly draped over the
and Dips, was Mrs. Leon
t
.Afore Than Just a VocationI
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SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDAj
"FREE GOLF"
Cm. Mor fe Tampa and St. Pete.
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Kaplan's selection for this uni-
ner Black \\a> also worn by-
Mrs Paul Sobei, her gown full in
length and with back int resl in
the low-cowled neckline. Another
lull-length gown in black was
worn by Mi- Harry Markowitz,
featuring heavy slipper satin and
matching jacket trimmed with a
white mink collar.
Beige pcau de soie and chiffon
were combined by Mrs. Jack
stem, with the chiffon gathered
in the back aero-- the waist, and
then floating freely to the hem
line. A draped sheath of gold
lame was the choice of Mrs Mor-
ton Beigel. Wife oi Beth David's
spiritual leader. Mis. Norman
Shap.ro. chose a brocade bodice
of black, gold an.I red. with a full
skut of red chiffon.
Mr.-. Gussie Margulii i hose a
blush pink brocade, and her [It-
ted bodice wa I' red with
iridescent sequins and cavier
beads. Her skirt featured con-
trolled ftlllncs Ii< -apphire
blue was \ii- Sidney Aronovitz
color choice, and her gown was
oi chantilly lace over illusion
Her lace was embroidered in a
matching shade of glittering
lurex, and a peter-pan collar set
off her illusion neckline. Mrs.
Myrna Bloom wore an iridescent
blue-green brocade imported from
Paris, Her three-piece ensemble
featured a finger-tip length jack-
et that had a Dior flat bow on
one side of her .-tanclaway collar.

njRS. Louis Spcctors floor-
" length formal combined silk
crepe and peau de soie. Her
black gown had a wide pannier
in the back from the waist to
the floor that fell in a court train
effect. Peau de soie cuffed the
front of her bodice. Bronze satin
was worn by Mrs. Robert Trau-
rig. Her gown featured a drop-
ped waistline, and her entire bod-
ice was embroidered with short
fringes of cai ier beads and drop
crystals, A matching satin thea-
tre coat completed her ensemble.
l'dac k silk crepe with a bodice
covered with jet bugle beads was
Mrs, Sy Keith's choice A slash-
ed bateau neckline, elbow I
sleeves, and a slow slil in the
back were the fashion details ol
her bodice,
Chairmen of dinner dance wen-
Mi and Mrs, Phillip Schiff. Mrs,
Schifl wore a llooi length gown
in a print ol fuchsia, red, white,
and black. The fabric was from
India, and the gown had a match-
ing stole. Mrs. Harry Gordon
chose a theatre ensemble in onl-
ine shade- ol ji wel tone blues.
Her swirled print was detailed I
gold lame A full formal was
worn by Mrs. Samuel Badanes,
featuring gold lame brocade on
a gold peau cie sole. A black
cocktail peau de soie suit was the
choice of Mrs. Louis August
The bodice, showing a high roll-
ed neckline, was ol white satin
and embroidered with satin lined
silver bugle beads
CISTERHOOD president, Mrs.
** Louis Seitlin, chose a Cleo-
patra-type, floor-length formal
of white silk crepe si it high on
both sides, and featuring a heav-
ily-encrusted jewelio necKline. A
black silk crepe with a sequined
bodice was worn by Mrs. Max
Swart/ It was asymctricdly
draped over one hip,
Mrs. l-sie Ram's w hite chiffon
floor-length sheath featured a
floral m.'tit embroidery in calusa
I and gold lame. Her bateau
neckline dipped to a low scoop in
back, and a tree floating pan-
nier which was attached to one
shoulder en led al her hem, Black
and white in an oversized geo-
metric print were combined in
Mrs. Nat p dlack's full-length
gown. In sheer wool, the sheath
had a bateau neckline and was
topped with a black satin theatre
coat.
Mrs. Julius Spector designed
and made her gown of raised gold
brocade on antique satin. A sur-
plis drape went from the neck-
line to the hemline in slight
swirls, and white beaver cuffs
trimmed her short sleeves.
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Nuclear Policy To be Viewed
Tel. 726-1161
Dr. James Tedeschi, professor of
psychology of the University of Mi-
ami, and author of "Armageddon
or Utopia," will speak at a break-
fast meeting of the Brotherhood of
NOW OPEN
H'orfty MIIIIO Oi LITE, Ine
HAS COME TO SOUTH MIAMI
Owntd A Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Krasnow
7263-7267 RED ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI
Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday
morning. Dec. 30. according to an
announcement by Dr. Harry E.
Wolk, Brotherhood president.
Dr. Tedeschi will speak on "Ac-
cidental or Inadvertent Nuclear
War," and discuss Defense McNa-
mara's policy Of nuclear contain-
ment.
David Drinker is the Brother-
hood's program chairman.
Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231
"YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CONSULTANT'
for an AFFAIR to REMEMBER
BLOSSOM SHOP
1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
There IS a Difference in Flowers TRY OURS
WEDDINGS-BAR MITZVAHS-GARDIN PARTIES
BIRTHDAY ANNVERSARY
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FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI
Taking a breather at Sunday's annual Patrons Dinner of Beth
David Congregation are these leaders who helped make the
event a success: Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin,
husband-and-wife presidents of the Men's Club and Sister-
hood, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ross, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Badanes, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff. Mr. Schiff is
immediate past president of Beth David and served as chair-
man of the Sunday dinner.
'Rurr.plestilskitV At Hebrew Acad.
"Rumplestiltskin," the story of
the little man v. ho turned straw
into old. will be presente.l Sun-;
I day, 1 p.m., in the auditorium of
the Hebrew- Academy.
The play will be staged by the
.ast of the Merry-Go-Round Chil-
dren's Theater.
Sponsoring the project is the
Student Council ol the Hebrew
Academy. Proceeds will go to-
ward the equipment for the stage
in the newly-completed auditorium.
Starring are Ivan Kivitt. Renee
Collins. Kiel Mueller, Edward
Drake, and Linda Hathaway.
The afternoon program will also
include a brief Chanuka playlet.
Participating in the program wil'.
be the 60 voice choir of the Hebrew
Academy under the direction o
Miriam Donnerstag.
Children to Attend
Temple .ludea will hold a spec*
ial Sabbath and Chanuka service
for entire family on Friday aC
7:45 p.m. Children of the Temple-
religious school have been invited
to attend A special Oneg Shab-
bat will be served.
Not just a holiday but a state of mind;
Not just an exchange of gifts but a
bountiful giving of the spirit;
Net just lighting of candles but a
rekindling of religious zeal;
Not pretty tied boxes and presents
but a treasure in the hearts of
friends and family;
Not games and the twirl of a dradle
but dedication to the ideals
of liberty ....
A wish from All your Blue Star Family
That every day be CHANUKA
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On Sunday afternoon, December 23. 1962
BLUE STAR CAMPS
April Wedding
For Miss Davis
Mrs Rose Davis. 7440 Carlyle
Ave, Miami l'.each. announce- the
betrothal of her daughter, Char-
lotte, to Selwyn c. Welntraub,
Mr. Weintraub is the son of Mrs.
Rose Weintraub. of 4221 SW 33rd
Dr., Hollywood, Fla.
An April wedding is being plan
ned by the couple.
ORTHODOX LADY SEEKS
Elderly Congenial WOMAN COMPANION
to share her lovely apartment free of
expense or house work. Ideal situation
for right party.
tYTTON JE 1-0637
BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER
CONVALESCENT HOME
NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN
SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
Untr Uriel S-p-rviaion of the Orthodon Vaad Hahashruth of FlorUa
Rabbi Or. Iiaac H. Evar. Director
24-HOUR NURSINO DOCTORS ON CALL
ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS
mooctsi MtnpMorr i wrmisiwmcs rntnoot whimm*
310 Colli** Avt. Ph. JI 2-3571 Miomi Bqch
SIS WILLENS
Cordially invites you !o see
DECOR IN PAPER
FINE PERSONALIZED
STATIONERY A INViTATIONS
for every occasion
R.S.V.P. PL 9-3975 anytime
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will hold its annual
I "GET-TOGETHER
for the Greater Miami area
at the Deauville Hotel
on the Ocean at 67th Street
from 1:30 to 3:00 P.M.
for New and Prospective Campers and Stall
and from 3:00 to 4:30 P.M.
for Former Campers. Staii and their Friends.
Former campers, interested parents and their friends are
cordially invited to attend. For additional information
please contact our Greater Miami. Hollywood. Fort Lauder-
dale and West Palm Beach representatives:
j Mrs. Harry (Lil) Rosen Mrs. Harry (Rhoda) Kaplan
t 230 Shore Drive E. 1536 Plunkett Si.
MiamiPhone FR 1-8205 HollywoodPh. WA 2-1162
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 94401
BLUE STAR CAMPS
HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Winter Address: 1IC0 Crescent Ave.. N.E., Atlanta 9, Saor.iia
FOUNDERS and D'RECTORS HERMAN M and HA8RY G. POPKIN
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BLUE STAR will be observing
in 1963 its 16th camping
"season with a purpose. We
[invite your interest in our
{creative camping adventures
in the Blue Ridge Mountains
lor boys and girls from 7 to
17 years of age.
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* %< ? I Friday, December 21. 1962
SCOPE
by ALAN SHECTfcK
How does a man feel after some
o months in public office? "I
ve it," says Miami City Com-
missioner Sidney Aronovitz. who
Tanimously was appointed to the
immission on Oct. 1.
Has Commissioner Aronovitz in-
rited the political spirit and
now-how of his late uncle. Mi
mi Mayor Abe Aronovitz? ffll
ithusiasm. sincerity and driving
termination are the measuring
4s of hs performance thus tar.
id the answer seems to be in
e resoundiny affirmative.
Aronovitz is working in good
.irmony with his four fellow
immissionersas they will hap-
ily testify. As for the 42 year-
jung Miami official, he'll take
at fifteen minutes anytime of
is busy day to discuss what he
elieves are capital improve-
ments that can be paid for with-
jt raising taxes: expanded water
'nes. enlarged storm sewer ays-
ems. Orange Bowl improve-
lents. the proposed Marine Stad-
im on Virginia Key. greater
ark facilities, and a huge 22.000-
at coliseum.
"I was close to the political
.ene when Uncle Abe was may-
-." he recalls, and apparently
*id knew ju>t what to expect
ublic of nee. he observes, is very
inch as he had anticipated.
More on Miami: 'There's been
woeful failure properly to sell
liami'i services and facilities ""
.id he ei B8S roots"
"own Forums a- a waj ol better-
ig the rapport between voters
id ihe city c immission
After some two months in ni-
ce. Commissioner Sidney Arono.
z seems to doing just fine.
Status Symbol
How high i- "fi"? Lota of folks
pbooey" to 'he loud blasts
.f Die latest status symbol of
it'mcnce and sophistication: the
lodern phonograph. Dut others,
New and delicious!
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Dr. Russin Will
Chair MD Group
Dr. Lester A. Russic, member of
Ihe medical board of Mt. Sinai
Hospital and director of th De-
partment of Orthopedic Surgery,
: will serve as overall chairman ol
the Physicians Division of the 1963
and this seems to be most of us-! Combined Jewish Appeal cam
go somewhat irrational tor the pia_,n
mania to own the dials, wires.
and chrome-plated knobs that
make up today's "hi-fi."
Back when high fidelity was
barely a name. Bob C.ieenbcrr
and Larry Kassman opened theii
As chairman In the silver anni-
versary year drive on behalf ol
Federation's seven local agencies,
includirg Mt. Sinai Hospital, and
over 55 national and alternation;!!
agencies, Dr Russin will guide the
High Fidelity Associates here. A ^ .^ oJ ,... ,.. Great.
lot of people thought we were ^ ^ communi(y.s mog| mi.
an insurance agency. chuckles m f(?sstona| ,,,,.
Greenberg.
Today, this duo is a name with I "' "-" *" '"' B8Sisted in ,he
which to reckon when it comes
to Stereo component parts. "I re-
member when I baffled my lam
ily." Bob recalls. "How was 1
paying my rent?" they wondered.
"For a long time, no one knew
what we were selling."
School chums from younger
days, Greenberg and Kassman
went to a radio-television trade
school after serving in the Arm
ed Forces, later observing a "hi-
fi" operation in Atlanta before i
returning to Miami in 1951 to
lump all their money together for
their first store.
And they've been flying high
ever since, selling status symbols
by the score.

Flowering Promise
Most of us are concerned about
the development of Israel, bill
Mrs Joseph Socolol lias hil upon
a unique idea for helping the
country blossom.
An octogenarian, Mrs. Soc loi
took about thirty rare plant- to
Israel last month and delivered
them to the Havath-Noy Garden,
an offshoot of Israel's Institute ol
Agriculture. Given in memory
of Mrs Socolof's late husband,
the plant- were grown here in
Fan-child Tropical Garden and
shipped on the solarium of an
American Export Line- cruiser
The plants, which include
rare Bougainvillea, are new to
I rael and suitable to her ell
mate Mrs. Socolof is also spear-
beading plans to continue send
ing seed- and other plants to Is
rael. so that they can proliferate
throughout the country and ad
still more aesthetic beauty to the
Promised Land.
silver anriversarj campaign by
Dr. Harold Kan', president of the
Miami Heart Institute, who will co-
ordinate the activity of Miami phy-
sicians, and Or. Stanley Frehlmg.
who will coordinate the activities
t Miami Beach physicians on be-
half of Federation and CJA.
or. usrtt HVSSIH
Coral Chapter
'Day at Races'
Coral Chapter of the American
Medical Center at Denver will have
a "Day at the Races" on Jan. 9
at Tropical Park.
Mrs. Ph'lip Flak, chairman of
the chapter's life membership
L'roup. was hostess at her So. Mi-
iami home to 10 women recently
to discuss chapter business lor the
coming season.
Rabbi Lipschitz
To be Speaker
Rabbi Max A Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congrega
tion, iii be guest speaker at the
week!) Luncheon Club of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District on Wed
nesday, 12:13 p.m., at Waldman's
Hotel, according to Jacob G. Fish-
man, chairman of the dub
Rabbi Lipschiti will discuss
Some Modern Lessons trom An-
cient Chanuka." Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will give the weeklj news
report, and there will also be com
munity singing.
The Beach Zionist District
Luncheon club meet- ever} Wed
nes 'aj afternoon at Waldman's.
Committee Told
For Testimonial
Religious Zionist Organisation ol
America will present a testimonial
dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs
i.ouis Merwitzer. president of the
Hebrew Academy, on Sunday. J
t:;. at Waldman's Hotel.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob Congri
tion, has accepted the general
chairmanship of the testimonial
Rabbi Stern left for New York I
,vcek to confer with national Mil
rachi leaders on the program ol
;he banquet
Rev. Joseph Krar.ti, president
of the local chapter, declared
Wednesday the! "the entir* reli-
gious community is working to
astvre the success of the testi-
monial."
Dinner committee is headed by
Max Hecht in conjunction with .,
special rabbinic committee under
the chairmanship of Rabbi David
Lehrfield, of Kneseth Israel Con
gregattefl, Members of the Mi?
rachi committee are Jack Ciment.
Rev. Solomon Cooper. Louis Dub
Im Ely Cechman. Harry Halpenn.
Milton Kahan. I. B Kramer. Ret
Joseph Krantz. Sol Hashin. and
Phillip Weai
The rabbinic committee Includes
Rabbis Jonah Caplan. Isaac Ever,
tli \ander dross. Morns HOTOi
Max Lipschitz. David Lehrfield
Joseph Rackovsky, H. Louis Ron
man, Solomon Schiff. and She
Stauber
Zamora Schedules
'Welcome Home'
Friday evening and Saturday,
Dec. 28 and 2'J. will be celebrated
as Welcome Homo Sabbath" for
College students a* Temple Z.i
mora
The Friday evening service will
dude a talk form the pulpil by
Melvin Rubin, a Universitj i Mi-
ami stud* '
Services Saturday morning will
be conducted b) Bill Berman, son
,ir. and Mrs. Theodore Herman
3310 Granada Blvd ( al Gables
tudenl ( : the Hebrew Academy
and former stu enl of Temple Za
mora Religit us School.
Rabbi Cassel on Television
"Give Us Tin- Day" 111 f<
Rabbi Louis Cassel, ol Torah Tem
pie, on Friday. Dec 28, 8:45 am.
over WLBW, ch. 10. Rabbi Cassel
will discuss the significance of
Chanuka. The program is spon-
sored weekly h> the Greater Mt
ami Rabbinical issn
Let's Have a Party!
WB> KASHA
Brc*n
Buckwheat
Groti
Also i iim WsM i
Crtafi, '
Wolff's KtSM N G'v)
Wo.ff s as"a Soup
I'll bring the Vita Herring. It's a real party
dish. No work and all pleasure. The tender
herring morsels are ready to serve right from
the jar with crisp onion rings and a fabulous
sauce. There's Vita Herring in your choice
of tangy sour cream, lightly spiced wine, or
zosty cocktail sauce. They're bo delicious
I'll bring a jar of each. What will you bring?
Just yourselfand a hearty appetite!
VITA HERRING


Friday. December 21, 1962
Ufewfjfl fUnricffor?
Page 11-2
Richard Gelemter
Bar Mitzvah of Richard Donald
Gelemter will be celebrated on
Saturday morning, Dec. 22. at Tern
pic Judea. Habbi Mordccai I'odet
w ill officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gelernter,
1 i iV)6 Granada Blvd Coral
Gables, longtime Jewish common-
it) leader here.
Kit-hard is an eighth grade hon-
or roll student at Ponce de Leon
Junior High. He is a member of
BO) Scout Troop 64. winner oi the
Hade County Boy Scout swimming
meet this year, and a member of
Temple Judea's cotillion.
in addition to wimming, he la
also Interested in tennis and bask-
etball. He was an honor s
;! the Temple Religious Sen ml.
Kiddush in his honor will follow
the Saturday mornum Bar Mitzvah
service.
Lewis Friedland
Congregation Yehudah Mohe
will h,. 11,0 site oi the Bar Mitz-
vah of Lewis Mark Fricdland on
Saturday morning, Dec, 22, with
Rabbi Morton Shalowitz officiat-
ing.
Tin- Bar Mitzvah Is Ihe son ol
Mr and Mrs .lack Kriedland. An
ei [hth grade student at Horace
Mann Junior High, hi lias attended
Popiel Religious School for several
y< ars
lewis Fried/ond
Ricky Berlin
Saul Rosoff
James Dokson
Gordon Checks On Financing
lack D. Gordon, president ol
shingtOD Federal Savin.;-, and
Loan Aean., is now in Costa Una
cheek the progress of the home
tgage financing plan worke 1
by liihi 111 1961 with 1
vernmenl officials.
Ion, who serves as home fi
. ing consaltant in Cenli
\merica for the I S St. te Di
ent, will survey the organi;
-ii pa needed to set up .1
in savings an 1 loan s) stem
Ion designed the home mort
financing plan foi Cosl
Beach Forms
New Chapter
- Children's Bureau has desi
iti l as their No. 1 priority pro
s. rviees lo Unwed Moth
U was disclosed here b)
\i;. h 11 shores, local president ol
1 Ionian Crittenton Home ol
County.
In furtherance of national recog
oi ihe problem, another
at bai been organized on Mi
Beach to help the building
pai [1 Home in ..
mi.
1 1 I Pollack hosted a col
at hei 1 .
nded bj
rs, brit 11
I

Shafkin Elected
Council Chairmen
lis Sbafkin, ol 5511 Pun ',
Miami Bea h cm
elected chairman I the
I 01 the (. Sei
izi us hi re
Florida ;
ikin wa
president 1 1 the So ith Si
- i liib.
le East
I ipl '
the Miami Bi ai h B 1
1
\l SI
\
Joint Home
Auxiliary Msethr
Miami Women
wish Home lor II
to hold a job 1
in hapter in th< rori
111 hi "ii Thurada) noon at th<
Hotel.
Mi Lawrence Silverman, >
Beach Auxiliary group president,
wa- lo give the message of wel-
Invocation was to be by
: rah Morgonatarn, president
1 Miami group.
Mr and Mrs Sam Baum were to
' 'amored on their 40th wedding
larj Mrs. Baum is visiting
h"pitsl chairman
M Rose Yokell was to present
.1 prn^rain of sont;s. accompanied
al 'he piano by Mrs. IfOI -etistcrn.
In charge of reservations wa- Mi's
Anne Tanenbaum.
Rabbi Klein in Pulpit
\n inw Klein, spiritual lead
W of New Haven, Conn i~ in Mi
Beaeh, lie will eecupy ihe
1 "t Beth Jacob Congregation
"1 Uie ahsenee of Habbi TlbOf 11
His lather i~ a past president of
Ihe Yehudah Mo-he Men's Club.
*
James Dokson
James Dokson. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Dokson. 738 \V. 50th
St.. Miami Beach will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, Dee. 22, of Temple Bet1"
Sholom Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate.
while on ,, I state Department 1,,''""'~ '! ? """','": "' ,h,' Beth
, ,. sholom confirmation class of 5724.
mission lo ihe 1 mral \.; cr can *
Ricky Berlin
country last year. \- a result
ol the initial pr .!.-- made un-
1 Gordon pli n
fied for tor-American
!> velopment loan m No 1
Rabbi Morn- Skop will officiate
al the Bar Mitzvah of Rickj Bei iin
n Satui inc. Dec. 22, at
Temple Beth Shirah.
Paul I). Berlin, of 5ioo SW WUi Reception in his honor will !
Ave. He is a seventh grade sin- low the service.
dent at .South Miami Junior High
School. sul Rosoff
Ili< parents and his brother. Saul, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Lr
Gary, will be hosts ;,i the kiddush Rosoff, will become Bar Mltz
ol^mcifiealion following ,he sc,-:i| >orvu,s condwted by r.,
0 Norman N. Shapiro and Car.
Joseph Huooert William W. Lipson in Beth D;--
Temple Ner Tamid will be the ti'""-"'u;""1'" "n Saturday m
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Joseph,
son of Mr and Mrs Abraham linn
pert. 1355 Cleveland Rd., on Satur-
n Dec. 22. Rabbi Eu-
gene I.-'i'"\:-./ will officiate.
Joseph udenl Temple
Ner Tarn Religious School, and al the kiddush following, in hi
ing, Dec. 22.
Saul is an eighth gra stui
at Rii iera Junior High. He pi
the guitar, and is a stamp co
tor.
Mr. and Mr- Rosoff will be hi
-- ......... (( jviivui, OIIU -' 1 II MIIHU
Iiu kv '" "' "" "I Mr and Mrs. |S( attends Nautilus Junior High, ol their son.



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Page 12-B
+Je*is* tkrkHan
Friday. December 21, 1962
? >
The Courier
*
Active personality In civic affaire, Sidney Amin, getting accustom-
ed to his new post as president of new Channel 7 ... Dr. Morris Rock-
stein, of University oi Miami Physiology Department, has been named
vice president tor biology and chairman of the publications committee
of the Gerontologies! Society ... Dr. Michael Sigei. mlcrobiolgy expert
at I of II, back from Europe, whore be presented a paper on marine
lis'i studies in Turin, and ipoki on research conducted by himself and
associates at National ln>titutc for Medical Research m London .
Harb Gimbet, retired advertising executive ill Mia..il Beach, ap-
proves plans lor a 11,000,000 cancer research aduiton to the University
in Texas, honoring his late uncle, Mose Gimbel, of Houston Surfsidt
has reset its Jamboree celebrating the widening of A-l-A tor Jan. 12.
with Surfside-Bal Harbor-Bay Harbor Chamber of Commerce president,
Mitchell Potter, cooperating With Sidney King, Loo Hoberman, Irv
Schulman, Ray Wise, and Lee Howard in the one day celebration.

Mechanics Uniform Service'* decision to double Its United Fund
pledge rather than give out the usual holiday gifts to customer, has
won plaudits for Jack S. Popick and Al Sherman from successful I r
chairman Jay I. Kislak Michael Sossin, Blackstone and Coronet
Hotel owner, named delegate from Dade County to Jan. 7-8 national con
clave of National Council of Senior Citizens in Washington, D.C. .
Sossin and Judge Henry Balaban join Claude Pepper as honorary hoard
members of the American Federation of Senior Citizens .
Aaron Lipman, oi the Sociology Department at the U of M. is on
leave as a Fulbright exchange professor at the University of Colombia
in Bogota Morris A. Savitt. of the Management Department, has
been accepted by the Journal of the American Society of Training Di-
rectors for publication next year.
Harold Friedman, the big tube of the Radio business, is the new
treasurer of the Heart Association of Greater Miami Herbert J. Cole,
hi ad merchandiser for the general merchandise department of Food
Fair, has been elected president of the Florida Housewares Club .
Toledo magnate Charles Fruchtman and his charming Jennie are back
for the season, but son Leonard's horse racing prowess hasn't rubbed
off on Charley
John Lenard, of the Chuck Hall Travel office, has been selected as I
one of 24 travel agents in the United States to participate in the Travel j
Agents Study Tour in Israel in February, as a guest of the Israel Gov-j
eminent. El Al and Zim Salvador Oliver, honorary consul of the |
Republic of Honduras, has been elected a director of the Metropolitan
Hank of Miami

Harold M. Katt, sales promotion manager of Food Fair Stores.
Southern Division, has been named to serve on the committee for Busi-
Education In the Vocational and Adult Division of the Dade Coun-
ty public school system Aaron Courshon i- ricking up wlicrcJack
Gordon left off 1 n advisory government service.
Albert Horowitz, art supervisor of Dade County schools, cited the
111 Beach Art Club tor it- annual painting exhibition this week
Ben Gaines to have another winner with his Coral Gables
II iliday Inn. if the SUi Cess ol Alan Kessler and Jerry Weinkle with their,
kel Avenue motel is anj criterion Nithan Gumenick. president
Of i)-,. \\ Association, and South Shore Hotel Associa-
tion president Bill Mechamic have been receiving national attention
the rgetic efforts of tub thumper Ray Redman.
Leonarc' Ccleman, Allen Goldberg, Leo Eisenstein, Bernie Weider
Her.ry Coleman will not be in the Beach couiuilmanic sweepstakes,
MRS. MAX RAPPAPORT
Testimonial For
Mrs. Rappaport
A Testimonial dinner will be held
for Mr-. Max Rappaport at Con-
gregation Beth El's Dora August
Hall on Sunday.
Mrs. Rappaport is being honored
"for her outstanding work on be-
half of the congregation and Sis
lei hood of Beth El, as well as for
her activities in the Jewish com-
munity." She was one of the
founders of Beth El Sisterhood 20
years ago, and is a charter mem
her and life member
Mr.- Rappaport has live! her.
36 years, and has two children, a
daughter, Sarah Zotz. of Philadel-
phia, and a son. Leslie, of Miami.
She is a board member of Bikor
Cholim.
Mrs. Rappaport is treasurer of
the local chapter of the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations. She is a;
member of Mt, Scopus Hadassah
land of the Dov Chapter of Miz-
rachi. She also belongs to B*nai
B'rith Women and the Jew ish
Home for the Aged.
To All .
Chanuaka
Greetings
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Friday. December 21, 1962
"
* Jewish fk>rMinn
Page 13-B
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Many Friends For
%A Happy Chanuka'

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?^ge 14 B
vjemsti fhrfdti&n
Friday, December 21, 1962
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
'Lawrence1 Opens
At the Colony
IT'S A wonderful WHIRL: From this weekend on through New
''s Day this area promises to bo the busiest, gayest and sunniesl
lie nation.
Tho tourist rush for rooms i> on in earnest
iper-to-bumper mailing along on the main stems are pleasant sights
io merchant, motel and hotel owners.
Golfers never had it so ood, either Las1 year, they enjoyed the
. Dov.l Country Club ol Miami and Rolling Hills layouts ihis
day season, they'll thrill to Sam Friedland's magnificent Piesi
tial 18-hole course wesl .; Dixii Higway, along Route 4-tl
* *
NIGHT and DAY: Bj ii new ol the week was the local pre
re ^1 Mutiny on n < reservi d al r licj al ill
ridan The technioolorful drama of sea farers and uth si sin -
_ Marlon Brandt against Trevor Howard in the same roles made
nortal by Clark Gable and Charles La i jhto
Chaim Weizmaon said, "I cher-
ish his memory on personal
(rounds and remembci
I help in lurthertmj IM
cause oi ihc Ji i h pe pie
11,. was speaking ol I E Lav
rence. the romantn figuri who.
uring tlu- Kiii World War, weld-
ed the Arab tribes into .- coh<
force that defeated Ihe Mr
armies and sel in notion the i
ol events a in ; '' ;,u' '
Traffic snarls and m State ol Israel emerged
"The Seven Pillar* of W s-
c:om," by Lawrence, forms the
basic material for "Lawrence of
Arabia," Ihe Sam Spi9l-DavW
Lear, production tor Colombia
Pirtures release which has its
south Florida premiere on Fri-
day, Dec. 28, at tlie Colony
Theatre. Lincoln Read Mall and
Lenox Ave.
This exi
no) be sh iwn a iheatr.
,.-fc ,,, r.ol he >li':i al ar> omei mean.
Trevor Howard is a bus* actor, also co-starring m rue Lion, Florida area "Lav
, William Holden, Capucine and Pamela Fnoklin at the Miami. J J ,
racle, 163rd St., and Surf Theatres. Africa is the locale of fins ro JJJJJJ^ ;.eeklj on reServe.
atic adventure
Natalie Wood's versatility is quite apparent. From sweet teen-
je in "West Side Story" she swings hips and strips in the title role
seal basis l'< rfoi mances w HI be.
gin al 2 and 8 30 p.m
The film stars Vlec G line*?, Vn
thons Quinn, Jack Hawkins. Jose
Ferrer Anthon) Quayle, Claude
Rains, Arthur Kefnedj and intro
p( ter O'Toole as Lawrence
: "Gypsy," based on the flamboyant career of Gypsy Rose Lee.
= osalind Russell plays the ambitious mother at the Carib on the
Beech,
The same producer and director of the hilarious "Carry on Nurse.' auc<
comedy 'sleeper" of Last year, comes up with "Carry on Teacher,
rent at the Mayfair and Sunset.
Breaking box office records all over the country is The Longest
." the superb dramatic studj of the D-Daj Landings on the channel
ast of France [t's being held over indefinitely al the Lincoln, with
D performances on Wednesday, Saturday, Sunda) and holidays, and
the resl oi the week, starting at 8:45 nightly
* *
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Tin- one-woman or one-man shows
a scarcity away from ;; mcerl si Bui Patsj Abbott is tlu
ity she stages a one-woman shov. nightly in her own club in
ami Beach.
From such Broadway hits as 'Carnival.' "West Side Story.
"Music Man'' and "Unshakable Molly Brown" have come the dancing |
of the Peppermint Lounge's hit revue, "Crazj Crazes." It's a
thgbtful cavalcade of the meal popular dances of the past 40 years
.nt up to the present with the costumes of each era to make ihe
lai ci ei nostal) <
* *
HOTEL LOBBY-INS: one oi New Year Eve's best bets for din-
,; show i- the program offered al the Alhambra Room
the Seville Gene Baylos a long-time comedy favorite here, as
1S Catskills. will be featured along with thai really big
s erland, sh r of "Easl Side Storj current at the Mcking hai hist Miami Beach
b I Rstanet will feature a Latin revue appearance, Isiaeli folk sing-
:..:,, ., .i,Miin> i rcheetra en the big Right,
Man;, charitable and social organizations are planning partie
>Yo laugh-and-melod>-filled revue bowing
al the Lucerne, with the highly-touted favorites ol
Cal tie Fields, Davey Karr and Phyllis Miller plus Sarah
ol Israel ar folk and revue singers. All will be
- : firsl appearances here.
The old and young cafe sets will both enjoy the show this week
I the Diplomat, opening the Cafe Cristal for a season of biggest
s-r names to date. Comic Jack E. Leonard and Dion co-star in
-- current show.
A kosher full course New Year's Eva dimes and show, with
cini |. available at the Crystal Room of the Lombardy Hotel
The Balmoral Hour- winter season ot entertainment sot under-
- > Saturday, with the return t Saaasas and hit Bossa Nova orch-
r.i Handsome vocalist Les Stevens and "Sir" Julian Gould, organ-
.- continue.
Abe C.efter anticipates a record throng for the holidays at bis
- aular Cromwell Hotel in addition to providing delicious kosher
ieine for guests, the Cromwell diruug room is open to the public..
: lervations for dinner are requested.
* *
ADDITIONAL ADDENDA: The Cabaret Theater, adjoining Tony s
Market, wlD Open Jan. 21 with the Tremors, who will perform
Ml) trom 10 p.m. to 5 am
Roboto the man who walks like a machine and hardly ever smiles,
v. 1 visit Eli Motors. 2190 SW 8th St.. on Dec. 22. There's a pack
prizes awaiting any who can make him smile or Laugh. His Eli ap
; iranee :- scheduled betWl en the hours of 1 and 4 p.m.
A champsKne party at Tony Sweet's celebrated the signing of a
* one-year contract for Anna Bryant to do more singing TV com-
ercials for Coco-Cola. Marking the event with Anita were husband
pager Bob Green and his parents.
De Continental has add wnr Victor Bidone's gustatory de-
ght, Dock Bigrett, to the mm*. The Bay Harbor Restaurant
Km ben swarming with many long-time patrons back in town for
HtS winter season.
Edith and Fritz always are on hand to give you a warm welcome
heir famed reodezt German and American palate pleasers,
The Hofbrau House, on U.S. l south of Gulfstream Park.
Big doings at studio M on New Year's Eve. "Under the Yum Yum
Tre<, | ,.,,,. moving comedy, opens Nct Year- Eve
I,' guests receiving a glass of champagne toasting New Years
< rtesi of Ruth Foremai Two members of the "Taste of Hone)
c: -4. Carolyn Wohl ai el, are featured in "Under the Yam
I by Jo Cm.......id Mai Jones,
er and musical comedy star,
Sarah Rubino. is one of the
headhners in "You Gotta
Have Mazol." opening Satur-
day at the Lucerne Hotel. Co-
starred is Tctie Fields, sing-
ing comedienne.
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ah'mct Urdu.-day ai Washington chapter and Youth Commission.
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: ; illy the:;i In
an attack by the Turks m
from ;he Sam Spiegel-
in production of
Aiabici."
Art Exhibit
At Surfside
Surfside Music Societj
orinj an arl exhibit Saturda) and
Sunday, u a.m. to j p m
i H Sundi jr. at 8 p.t
v .,; be pn sei I d In tl
, in oi the new Civic Ceni
d St., on 'be oceanfro \r.
lists to lie featured Im
i ano, John I
K .iv Si stock, pianist
'i he art exhibit will
. pastels, water i i r
sculpture A jnr\ <>i sell i *i|]
iviaid ribbons for Brsl .
place winners. Louis Horn nan,
president ol the Mush
and vice mayor ol Sorl
ounces that three arl
Youngerman, Rot i o M
Mildred S Bailey, will
judges m tlu- competi Mrs
i inn- Morlang, Surfsid
director, will receive
fiom artists,
Chanuka Greetings
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GREETINGS..
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Friday. December 21, 1962
-Jenistntridlfari
1000 Hear Support Plea for Hebrew Academy
\ <.rnu'(li>il hnllrnnni nf l iiihi ium. ___________________ w
Page 15-3
LEGAL NOTICE
\ crowded ballroom of i.ikhi per
( n- jammed ihe Deauville Hotel
Sunday night to attend the He
rew %cademj annual scholar
linni r.
light of the event was an
Leonard Rosen, guest
h mor, who rose unexpected!)
.i h pital sickbed to conn
ball iii the last moment
Rcser, who up until that mo-
,,-or.f had been listening to the
pogram via telephone, entered
IC a burst of aoplause to "ex-
press my heartfelt thanks and
itirude for this wonder aven-
,ig."
Ri minding his aifdience that (he
kindling of the Chanuka Menorafa
a not only a mechanical cere-
ii onj hut a symbol of our faith,
our past, and our tradition," Rosen
I ,i the gathering that "we live
h ,i time when the flames of Juda-
ism are being snuffed out by the
of assimilation and Integra
i Rosen: "Our children are
anxious to be Americans, that
have dropped the mantle ol
-m almost compli telj Who?"
ked, "will light the Chanuka
ah for them?"
i n daily de< lared that he has
B. I. Binder (left) looks on as Mrs. Leonard Rosen greets her
husband, quest of honor, who rose from a hospital bed Sun-
day evening to attend the Hebrew Academy scholarship din-
ner. Looking on are their dauahter, Sandy, and Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy.
been able to find "not p
swers" to questions asked of
"prominent leak:-, in our i m
munity" with respeel lo the fu-
nl thi ir childri n Will 3 Hir
children be
for the A d
pital?"
active in the Home
at on, t!
cept of Jewish values being hand-
ed down from .father to son today
has become a case of the blind
leadirg the lame. When the
father, himself, is unlearned,
there isn't much Judaism he can
teach the son."
On the occasion of Chanuka, Ros-
en called for a rededication to the
principle "thai the survival ol
Jews here or elsewhere is nol an
accident, nor is it a mattei oi
< fiance."
The guest ol honor then said
that survival can best be assured
bj "our rededication to a maxi-
mum .ii" ish education for our
children."'
in a final iharacterization of the
Hebrew Academy us -the labora-
tory and training ground for in-
tl lligent Jewish leadership." Ros-
en urged that the day school be-
come a part ol "the structure of
the Combined Jewish Appeal."
Earlier, two dramatic presenta-
tions were presented at the dinner
bj Miss Trudy Gertler, 16-year-old
daughter of Judge and
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student, also addressed the gather-
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Ben I, Binder, past president,
was chairman of the dinner. Jos-
eph Cchen was co-chairman;
Woliie Cohen, honorary chair-
man; and Jack Cantor, chairman
or the dinner committee. Louis
Merwitxer, president of the He-
brew Academy, also addressed
the gathering.
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men meet to plan Tag Day drive on Sunday.
to right are Mrs. Bessie Fast, Hannah
S' -.esch Group of Hadassah; Mrs. Robert
G.irber, Pioneer Women. Club 1; Mrs. Louis
tig. Miami Beach Mizrachi Women; Mrs.
IC Saperstein, Brandeis Group of Hadas-
Miss Miricm Vernick, Hannah Senesch
Group; Mrs. Gertrude Horowitz, Pioneer Wom-
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for Miami Chapter of Hadassah; Mrs. Mor-
ris Seeman. Tikvah Club, Pioner Women; Mrs.
Meyer Kahn. Golda Meir Club, Pioneer Wom-
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en, Rabbi Alexander Gross, prin-
cipal oi the Hebrew Academy, not-
ed that "Just as 'Avodah' and
'Gimiles i hasodem' must flow from
spiritual motivations, so must Jew-
ish community life be welded by
the disciplines of Torah."
He contrasted this with the sages
nl the Talmud "who outlined a for-
mula for a productive, thriving and
healthy Jewish community. The
world stands on three pillars:
study of Torah. setting up of House
ol Worship, and the establishment
ol social welfare institutions."
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theme ol the annual Tag Hay drive
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emenl by Leon
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or Sunday
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tremendous responsibilities which int.-. In th< r offlcea In the Com
history has thrust in its hands as ^ffS^iW'twM
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Jewish com munity- in the world."
Mrs Jacob I). Davis, recording
secretary oi the Council, and Tag
Da) chairman, reports that more
than 500 volunteers will participate
in the traditional Tag Day, which
is par! of a nation-wide drive spon>
Mired bj the .lew ish National
Fund.
\ oluntei rs c me from the ranks
, i 34 organizations, Mon-
ies collected w ill be used for the
redemption and rehabilitation ol
Ii nd in the State oi Israel, and to
, stablish border settlements as
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By JAN BUSHINSKY
The word "Chanuka," which means dedication.
,-oes not in itself convey the full significance ot
our eight-day winter holiday. Even if we recall
s other namethe Feast of Lightswe still miss
he hard kernel of the holiday's meaning.
Actually, Chanuka is a great festival of free
'om, commemorating the first time in Jewish his
lory that freedom was attained through courage
n battle and a determination to fight for the things
\e hold sacred
All of us should bear In mind as we celebrate,
rom the 25th of Kislev (this year Dec. 22 t<> 2nd
f Tcveth (Dec. 29) for the 2.127th consecutive
car. the victory of the Maccabees over the Hell-
1 nized Syrian oppressors. For 111 so doing, we
ill be reaffirming our belief in the principle that
freedom is an ideal for which Jews have always
ecn willing to fight and die.
Maslerlv Militarism
Then, besides celebrating the Jewish temple's
dedication to the worship of God, after deliberate
nan defilement, we will also be marking the an
mversary of a masterlul Jewish military operation
vhich ultimately converted Judea from the tiny
district into which it had shrunk to the historical
taundaries established b) King David and known
\ er since as "Eretz Yisracl."
Ever) Jewish box or girl learns how the Mac
abean struggle began They hear the familial
tory of how an enraged Mattathias, the aging pa
riarch of the Basmonean family, killed a Jewish
.liter (or kneeling before a Greek idol, and how
ie then turned on the Syrian soldier who ordered
blasphemy and slew him as well.
\v. understand thai this (?as the spark that
gnited Israel's firs) war ol liberation, which ulti-
mately brought complete v ctorj for the Macca-
ees But hou many ot us are aware ol the facl
Lhat the fighting did nol actually begin with Mai
thias' Impulsive deed? How many ol us km
iat many of the Jewsthose known then as the
. 1__itiini"were alreadj In armed conflict with
16 mercenaries of the Syrian Emperor AntiOChUS
V because Of his unbearable despotic rule"
Theological Difference
Actually, the first Jewish rumblings against
Syrian domination during the turbulent second cen-
tury (B.CE 1 began several years before the Mac-
abees organized their dogged guerrilla army. The
Hassidim confronted Antiochus' troops with arm
ed oppositon and were constantly seeking open bat
'le with them However, there was one exception:
ne Sabbath. The Hassidim refused to take up
rms on the Holy Hay. many of them preferring
0 be cut down like grain rather than break the
Lord's commandment. Ibis was their Achilles'
heel, and the Syrians were quick to take advantage
i it.
The Maccabees did not see it that way, how
ver. They insisted that it was permissible for
Tews to fight in .self-defense on the Sabbath it
ney faced the alternative of being slaughtered like
'.imbs.
They also provided the Hassidim with a lead
r the likes of whom has been rare and nival-
.able in Jewish history Judah, Mattathias' sec-
nd son. who was second to none as .1 commander,
trategist and fighter. He led the poorly trained
..nd ill-equipped Jewish force, to rout the Syrian
enemy, never fearing that Antiochus' forces pos
eased the ultimate in tactical weapons and were
Bolstered by the most awesome armor in the daj
lephants.
Thus, it is remarkable, thai a! the Battle ol
mmaua, the turning point of the war. which was
.light near the site ot Israel's "Bab el Wi
hen- the fate of modern Jerusalem was decided
luw.-Judah and his men dared
usands of picked Syrian infantrymen and cav
, .:i7.goo in all.ac< rdii B '' ;l" apocryphal Book
: Maccalx ea 1
Judah. of course, had a clever ruse in mina
hen he prepared to light the numericallj super-
>r enemy. Learning that the Syrians planned to
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Section C
raid his encampment under cover of darkness.
ludah ordered his men to vacate it at once and
leek concealment in the nearby hills. Lysias, the
Syrian commandera close relative of the Em-
perorfinding the Jewish encampment abandoned,
assumed ihat the Jews were afraid to fight and
ordered his troops to locate them in the surround-
ing area.
The search was fruitless, but it did serve to
lire the Syrian soldiers. Meanwhile, Judah wan
ed until daylight and then advanced to meet Lysias
in battle on a nearby plain. Finally, in spite Of
the impossible od >. the Jews were victorious,
The "propaganda" effect ol this battle was
almost as great as its military value. Antiochus
was forced to admit that the Judean rebels were
a formidable enemy, invincible even when con-
trolled with the cream of his battalions
These conclusions were comirmed, for. by the
time Judah and his men were dedicating the tem-
ple in Jerusalem, they bad defeated another Syrian
army, this one even larger than the one command-
ed bj Lysias
A New Invader
Although the Ma 1 eventuallj succeeded
.1 establishing a lull-flc ged independent Jewish
commonwealth, there was a new invader waiting
in the wings: the Romans. Within just over 200
years, they not only destroyed Ihe last vestiges of
Jewish sovereignty, but reduced to rubble the ver>
temple for which the Maccabees had risked so
much to restore Nevertheless, the Romans could
nol acci mplish their mission until their legions
had crushed the same kind of indefatigable Jew-
ish armed resistance as had opposed Antiochus
IV
The willingness of Jews to fight for freedom
did not cease in the year 70 C.E. It i> true that,
for many centuries, there were lew causes which
had room for Jewish partisan.-. But Jews were
ready when the first great opportunity came: Un-
American Revolutionary War. in which hundreds
of Jews rallied to the standard of Gen. George
Washington.
Proportionately, the number of Jewish soldiers
serving In the Continental Army was very high.
Although the total Jewish population in the 13
colonies was small (only 2.00 to 3,000) they pro-
vided more than the average percentage of men
who bore arms, and many of them were among
the best American soldier.-.
There names are preserved in the records ol
the American Revolution. They range in rank
from field grade officers to buck privates-all vol-
unteers. Of course. (There was no draft until
many wars later 1
Distinguished Fighters
One oi the most interesting of them was Col.
David Salisbury Kranke. who became an aide to
Generals Benjamin Lincoln and Benedict Arnold
He averted the possibility of an American Dreyfus
Case by insisting that a full inquiry be conducted
in a military tribunal to prove that he was In no
way involved in the treasonous activities of his
dishonored commander.
another distinguished Jewish officer was Maj.
Beniamln Nones, who came to the colonies from
cTandeventuaUy served on the staffs of Gen
ihington and the Marquis de Lafayette. None
:,, U commission after performing meritor=
service as a private under the command of Coun
Pulaski. in whose units he served as a private, ^t
waa Nones who earned Baron de Kalb from tlu
ZmZ "mden, N.J.. when the Bavamn-
A Menorah Candle Flickered And
A Leader Was Assured of Victory
born French officer was mortally wounded. Nones
received a lengthy letter from Count Pulaski cit-
ing his consistent bravery under fire.
Two of the Jewish soldiers who were killed in
action were Salvador Ettings, of Maryland, and
Capt. I.ewish Bush, of the Sixth Pennsylvania
Batttalion, who was fatally wounded at the Battle
ol Brandy wine.
Flickering Light
Other Jewish soldiers who distinguished them-
selves in battle were Samuel Bush. Benjamin
Ezekiel, Jason Sampson, Aaron Benjamin, Ascher
Levy. Nathaniel Levy. Jacob Hays, Benjamin
.Moses. Eman dela Motta, Joseph Sampson, Abra-
ham Se xes and Jacob Lecn.
The Pinto family of Connecticut sent three of
its sons to the Continental Army, while the newly
declared state of South Carolina mustered a dis-
tinct "Jews' Company.'' so called because 15 of
its GO members were Jews. It was commanded
by Capt. Richard Lushington.
Another prominent member of the Franks
family (Ihe Franks were the nation's leading Jew
ish family at the time of the Revolution) was Col.
Isaac Franks. He enlisted at the age of 17 and
gained his colonelcy after being been wounded in
battle several times. Byt the time the war wa
over. Col. Franks had become a close personal
friend of George Washington, on whose staff he
served and with whom he kept in touch for man]
years alter both returned to civilian life.
But the most touching incident of all those
concerning Jews in the Revolutionary War is one
connected with Chanuka. It happened at Valley
Forge, during the time of the greatest peril for
the revolutionary cause
It was the first night of Chanuka. A Jewish
soldier wanted to light the first candle, but he
[eared it would attract too much attention. He
waited until his comrades in arms were all fast
asleep.
Candle of Freedom
Then, when he was alone with the darkness,
cold and hungry, he inserted the flickering candle
into the Menorah he had brought with him from
his father's house in Poland. Just then, he felt
someone's hand rest gently on his shoulder.
When he looked up he saw that it was Gen.
Washington himself. Apparently he had noticed
the flickering light inside the tiny hut, and de-
cided to see what it was.
"What is that?" Gen. Washington asked.
The soldier explained that it was a Menorah,
ar.d that Jews all over the world were kindling
the first of eight candles in celebration of the
Maccabees' victory over the Syrians.
Gen. Washington stared at the tiny tlame and
said. "You are a Jew. a descendant of the proph-
ets."
"Yes sir." the soldier agreed. "And you will
lead the American army to victory in this fight,
just as Judah Maccabee led us to victory in those
days. Then all of us will build a new land and
new lives in this country.'"
Gen. Washington did not say any more. He
simply shook the soldier's hand and left. Time
passed, and the war took its course just as the
young Jewish soldier said it would. The next \ear.
in 1778 the young Jew was sitting in his house
on Broome St., In New York It was firs! night
of chanuka. and a candle was flickering in the win-
dow.
Then he heard a knock on the door It was
Gen Washington, who promptly entered arc! said:
There i^ the wonderful candlethe symbol of the
home of Israel." Once again he put his hand on
the ex-serviceman's shoulder, and said: Thi*
candle kindled a light in my heart that night. Now
you are going to receive a medal as one ot the
'hcoes Of Vallej Forge. Tonight. I want you to
accept this gold medallion."
The ex-serviceman could barely utter a word
and. before he realized it Gen Washington was
gone. When he examined the coin, he found that
, bore a skillful inscription of a menorah an I the
,ords: "In gratitude for the light given forth by
the candle of freedom."



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As we celebrate Chanuka thi-
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the holiday, apart from the tri-
umph- of the Jew* over the* >*-
li-joii-. opprr-surs, also ha* far-
reachin. implications in the hi--
ton- of the survival of the Jews
a- I people.
The Chanuka story is replete
with exciting historical details.
Its heroes were yreat men; the
key leader oj th<- Jewf was one
of the world- outstanding mili-
tary leader-: the stories of the
battie* were Moody and. accord-
ing to the accounts in the two
Books ol Maccabees, the warfare
itself 1- 1 classic in military an-
nalf. Yel what remain- fore-
most ir. our mind- i the war for
Jewish survival
It i- r><> wonder, then, th.it
American lews in particular cele-
brate Chanuka with special en-
Lhusiasm and that the Israel
Bond Chanuka Festival 1- a maj-
or event in New York communal
affairs.
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Judah afaccabee, the leader ol
the rebellion againsl the Syrians
in i6j B.C E 1- const lered one
of the most imaginative warriors
in the world. At West Point there
are nine statuettes located over
the mantel of the Academic Hoard
in the Administrtion Building.
The nine are the greatest mili-
tary leaders of history. Three
of them were heathens (Hector.
Alexander and Caesar i; three
were Christians (Charlemagne,
King Arthur and Godfrey; and
three were Jews (Joshua. David
and Judah Maccabeei.
Immediately below the sta-
tuettes are small shields indica-
tive of the subjects themselves.
The symbol for Joshua is the sun
and moon, taken from the Ilibli
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Maecabee readily understand]
wh> Judah is ranked am I the
most brilliant men of all tin In
In- tir-t battle, winch was rt.illy
a guerrilla skirmish. Judah best-
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lonms. who was kille.i in the bat-
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Lay> December 21, 1962
,1, ,i ran from Lydda lo Jcrsalcm.
the nu'^M' Syrian army
, ascent ol Beth-Hoton,
.. rear the vlllagt of
v ,i. VUU* Joshua had COO)-
i the sun to stand still.
. men asked the age-old
(|U<-
U Jmisti IfkridHann
l,on of outnumbered armies,
fil nuure: 'How can we.
,e are, fight such a stron-
,v Judah said he put his
in.vi in Cod and that "we are
ig tor our lives and our
And so Judah launched
I surprise attack, routed the en-
imj and uon a famous victory.
Fallowing this triumph, more
and BOW Jew joined his forces
ard .( was now able to begin the
urga [ration Of a well-disciplined
Iirmj
v in he won major battles, de-
[ettrng Nicanor and Gorgias at
gnmaus. His army now grew
to 10.000 men. It included parti-
,an> tarmers and pious men who
[f;t that they were defending
their faith against Hellenistic
gpriaM who wanted to paganize
ihe Jws Judah and his forces
co-.<"!' red Jerusalem and restor
ed uh -acred shrine for worship
Miracle Of the Oil
\ 1 il said in the First Book
ol Maccabees: "And Judah ap-
pnests that were without
blemish and adherants of the
Law and they purified the saiu-
tuai and earned out the stones
that had defiled it to an unclean
im.ii and they took whole
item BS the Law required, and
built .i new altar like the former
i i \nd they built the sane-
and the interior of the
and consecrated the
And they made new Hol>
and they brought the lamp-
Bod the altar of Incense
table into the Temple.
> burned incense on the
and lighted the lamps on
thi lampstond, and they lighted
mple."
i eveol occurred three years
i : ofitta after the Syrians
A new repertory theatre which hopes to attract audiences to
plays on Jewish themes displayed its showcase program at
Maidman Playhouse in New York recently. Rabbi Eliezer
(Martin Novemsky) here brings the enthusiastic message of
chassidism to the townfolk in "A Chassidic Tale." by Morton
Wishengrad. while tailor Fender (I. W. Klein) listens to the
counsel of a beautiful messenger (Joan Hall), sent by Heaven
to help him get the overcoat he rightfully earned in "The Be-
spoke Overcoat," the Wolf Mankowitz adaptation of the
Gogol classic. Both one-actors were on the debut program of
repertory theatre recently founded by the Jewish Drama So-
ciety in cooperation with the United Synagogue of America.
profaned the Temple It is be.
cau>e the lamp- tilled with oil
were expected to burn for only
one dayand burned eightthat
Chanuka is celebrated for eight
days, with a new Menorali candle
lighted each ni^ht
But what provoked the rebell-
ion of Judah Ifaccabee and a
-mall band of dedicated .lews"
There are those who believe that
the revolt began because King
Antiochus IV. King of Syria,
wanted to impose hi.- will on the
Jew.- Tin- was true, but the mo-
tivation of the Syrian King was
insidious, it wa.- not merely
that he wished to demonstrate to
the Jews that he wielded power
over them. He wanted to make
Ins own mark on history, and he
was determined to bring Greek
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civilization to all his subjects. He
had chosen for himself the title
of Antiochus Epiphanes: Epi-
phanes meaning "god manifest"'
because Greek dynasties were de-
fied.
In attempting to Hellenlze the
Jews. Antiochu- wanted the Jews
to abandon their traditons and to
conform to Hellenistic concepts.
The Green influence was great
throughout that contemporary
world. They worshipped many
.oils rather than the one God.
The Sabbath could not be ob-
served as a day of resl and Jew-
ish holidays were not to be cele-
brated This was an ideological
war to the end. Jews were tor-
bidden to make graven images
Continued on Pag* 14-C
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2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone HI 4-0470
Historic Homeward Migration of a People
F.
By LT. CMDR. J. C. M. KEIR
D.S.C., British Royal Navy
MY object it to underline two
points: 1. The arduous and
Si :.,>k the Navy had in
controlling Jewish immigration to
and; 2. The plighl 11 the
tunate immigrants. First it
is necessary to recall the histori-
cal facts.
\:ti r World War I, the Balfour
Declaration gave practical sup-
port to the Zionist scheme for
establishing a national home for
Jews in Palestine. In 1922 the
League of Nations entrusted Pal-
estine to Great Britain under man-
date
The mandate set the British
three tasks: 1. To promote the
well-being and development of
the people; 2. To help establish
a home for the Jewish people and
assist with immigration; 3. To
prepare the people for self-gov-
ernment.
Illegal Movement
To expand a Jewish national
home indefinitely by immigration
St the will of the Arabs was
contrary t<> the spirit of the man-
date so the British decided, in
1939, to limit Jewish immigration
and the sale of Arab lands to
Jews.
But from 1939 to August 1946,
40,000 illegal immigrants arrived
in Palestine. On August 12, 1946,
the United Kingdom Government
gave instructions that illegal im-
migrants were to be stopped. Two
At j meeting at Durban Union J
South Africa. Commander Keir de-
livered an address u'huh thr JruiJi
Telegraphic Agency herewith re-
prints from the South African Jew-
ish Times because thf fads as told
by ihii \\ii-jl officer constitute' an
Interesting and absorbing footnote to
hatsery,
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Florida
months later a monthly quota of
1,500 immigrants was fixed.
A large cast took part in the
drai 'i 1rttrrT)eran B1 the
Jews ere determined that their
lull immigration effort would con-
tinue and the British that the [ni-
ts would be checked From
Maj 8. 1945, which was "Victory
in Europe" day, to Maj 15, 1948,
when the mandate ended, N ships
tried to land illegal immi panti in
Palestine. Twenty-one were -
cessful. More than 33,000 Jews
were captured by the Royal Navj
and interned in Cyprus.
I have been a-ked: What were
these Immigrants like? Firstly,
they were displaced persons and
secondly they were Jews For six
yean they had lived in Nazi ex-
termination camps and many were
branded with concentration camp
numbers They came from Po-
land. Hungary. Czechoslovakia.
Rumania, Russia. Germany and
Austria. After years of wander-
ing in Europe they had formed a
common desireto go to Pales-
tine.
They wanted to find a home.
Somewhere to live where they
would be safe from the fear of
persecution and war They had
nothing to lose and were prepared
to fight to achieve their ends.
The immigrants were shipped
to Palestine by a highly organiz-
ed movement supported by large
financial contributions from Zion-
ist sources. The organizers main-
tained a network of agents in
Europe to move the displaced
Jews to points on the Mediterran-
ean seaboard where they were al-
located berths in ships bound for
a secret rendezvous on the coast
of Palestine.
These ships were floating slums.
They were loaded on the principle
of a body per ton, far above their
carrying capacity. Among these
wretched people were expectant
mothers, children, aged
I..Iks
There w< re not
Tary BftnigememTor
around but the kmmigi
plenty of fond. \ J
., voyage the smell \
rd tin si .'
The Immigrant ships
Panamamai
r rench <>r any net ig (|,
had on board. The)
a variety of poi l
Bayorme, SW. Pram
Baj "i Biscay-
Most Hated For.
Their aim was to run agroun
anywhere on the Palestine
Irving to stop them was the Roj
al Navy, which had two flotilla
of destroyersthe Vt arvi Ch
ships of 1,710 tonsand vanou
other vessels in the Meditem
ean. I was serving on the
stroyer Verulam. which i joim
ed early in 1947 Our bs
Haifa. Palestine's main port
which is set in a large Im, Osi
naval headquarters were ashor
commanded by a Commodore
There was also the Royal Atl
Force which used Lancaster!IB
Ilahfaxes to search for ln:.tiigranl
-hips up to 200 miles Inn th
coast. Spitfires were used lor it
shore patrols. The British Arm
was present in strength but, i
its operations did not affect ours
I do not intend to deal Itb ih
Army's role.
Lastly there was the I^lestmfl
Police They were the meat hate
men in Palestine. A t-mt
daredevil adventurers and "blic
sheep of the family" who, in rain
cases, had found other parts o
the world too hot for them in
had gone to Palestine as
last resort.
Every destroyer carried j Pa
estine policeman. This w j
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December 21. 19G2
(TU
IT 11
t, a
oursj
i UM
?stin
halt
re i
bin
mu
rb
n infl
as
3cve:n.-.;ent. in recognition oi the outstanding humani-
senrictl performed by the United Jewish Appeal in be-
ha). immigrants and to: di< tressed Jews in all parts of the
is issuing a sp3cial Commemorative Stamp this month
In unction v/ith UJA's 25th anniversary year. Designed
by Israel Philatelic Services, the seven-cent (20-agorot in
;urrency> stamp is the first of its kind to be issued in
hoi: o: a non-Israel organization.
o make the arrest of im
ihips, Inside the three-
lit, legal Tho policeman
; io us v.. sc r. eant Baj Ij
quite ;i character Ik-
how much his organization
ttad by he lews.
Tin Mtlnj f'V our operations
; mill i long and SOO miles
rhi nlgranl ships came
t R'rstqgp, Mediterranean
- 2i DO miles from their destina-
tion, our base at Haifa was dom-
inated bj Mount Carmel, a range
ol hills 14 miles long, "here Elijah
challenged tho priests of Baal to
a test nt their rival religions.
There were always six ships
Stationed at Haifa When not on
patrol we lay at anchor m Haifa
Baj where precautions had to be
taken against sabotage. We had
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Best Wishes for a Happy Chanuka
AMERICAN EXTERMINATORS
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
PHONE JE 8-6140
^Jen isti /nkrtafiai/n
to he on the alert against swim-
mers who might attach mine- or
0 her explosive objects to the
Our precautions included the
illumination oi the water line with
bright lights and the release of
small depth charges al irregular
intervals during the daj and night.
These shook the ship and kept us
v night, trom our van-
' i point oil shore we would
" atch tracer bullets flying about
in the built up area of Haifa as
Arab and Palestine police-
men tried to -. ttle th< ir differ-
i ces,
Growing Resistance
Oni eeh we went into Hi
to stock up with fuel
ipplii On completion naval
ii n searched the -hips bot-
tom for limpet mines. The man
in charge of the frogmen "as
Commander "Buster" Crabb,
George Medal, who, 10 years lat-
er, disappeared mysteriously in
Portsmouth harbor durum the
\ i-it ol two Russian cruisers
Also in Haifa was a deserted
i eel Hi captured illegal immi-
grant -hips whose passengers had
been removed to Cyprus. Among
these was the "Four Freedoms "
She hail made the journey to Pal-
1 -me in September 1946.
Her story was typical of the
others. A rotten, unscaworthy
luilk which had carried 1.200 Jews.
Holed in four places, her bulk-
heads were crumbling and her
timbers falling to pieces. For the
last three days of her voyage the
passengers were wihout water.
Many were hysterical and ill. On
arrival at Haifa, of the 1.200 im-
migrants, 300 reported sick and
many were taken to hospitals.
There were 165 pregnant women
and 2oo children.
As time went on it became more
difficult tn stop these ships. It
was "[ the utmost importance that
Continued on Page 12-C
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ind MRS. WM. L SOUDER P.op
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Wish Their Many Friends
Happy Holiday Greetings
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REAL ESTATE
SALES and SERVICE
1239 INGRAHAM BLDG.
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A Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends and Patrons
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Miami
Phono FR 9-9751
The Substance Behind Being a Good Jew
By DR SAMUEL BELKIN
President, Yeshiva University
fO be a good Jew one mufti as a prerequisite be
' .i moral human beinjj. a good man in the deep-
est MOM '>| the term. For I Jew specifically, how
e\er. the lountainhead of inspiration for the at-
tainment of this ideal state of goodness is his
spiritual and moral heritagethe Torah. Hence.
Torah teaming and Torah practice have been,
throughout the ages, the main guide to the Jew
lor the living of a uood life.
The Torah is not merely a book of theological
dogma, but, in its written and oral traditions, con-
tains above all a design for living. Essentially-
organized in two indivisible parts, one portion
deals wiih the duties which man has towards his
fellow-man. and the other with the obligations
which man has towards his Creator. A good Jew-
is, therefore, one who can create a harmonious
blending between his moral obligations to human-
ity and his divine attachment to God. a synthesis
between his contemporary environment and his
sacred heritage.
Pious Outlook
A good Jew is not an escapist. He does not
deny his heritage, nor hide his Jewishness. While
he endeavors to serve unselfishly, he does not wish
to become selfless. Rather does he give express
ion to his inner self, direction to his moral and
spiritual destiny, and thus becomes a link in the
golden chain of his historic being. He is cognizant
of the fact that the essence of freedom in our
blessed United States of America does not lie in
a religious "melting pot"which seeks to impose
a uniformity of religious belief and cultural ex-
pression. Our American democracy is the purest
representation of a society based upon cultural
pluralism where, by playing his own spiritual in-
strument, the Jew shares with other groups in
the blend'ng of the spiritual sympathy which is
the deathless harmony of American democracy.
A go.id Jew does not achieve his state of good-
ness by the dedication of his entire life to other-
worldliness. or by withdrawing from the affairs
of our material world and physical universe. A
DR. SAMUEL BELKIN
. ideal* and practices
cood Jew does not characterize his duties ward
his fellow-men as merely social philanthr
the love of mankind and philosophy as the Ime
of wisdomeach independent and Dtvelati i> the
other. Th.1 love of man is based upon dr. .
dom. The Ton!) is the soil in which all humn
obligations are nourished, and by swing man "he
Jew serves also the Creator of mankind
To a j;ood Jew. every social activity is moti-
vated and conditioned by a pious outlook and a
spiritual purpose which makes it, in the deepest
sense religious. It is by the constant eftort to
consecrate his social and worldly activities to a
higher spiritual and moral purpose that a Jew
continuously strives to become a "good .leu "
A good Jew is one who endeavors to transUD
moral and spiritual ideals into practices, one ho
endeavors to integrate the transcendental or ideal
world with the material world. Judaism, to >
Jew. is not merely a system of abstract relitiouj
beliefs, a confession of faith; it is rather a *ay
of life with its spiritual and moral obligation- and
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*JmM ftcridHain
Should Jews Be Active as Proselytes?
By BEN GODOL
in tha o^rly I90o"s Chrisdan overeai missionary
dnvo becaBM iWoflrflWtive that for their own
pr( ration the various Protestant denomination!
had lo establish a coordinating agency, the Inter-
national Mi.-; Htfve Jewbh missionary elforti from the Unit
States toward Jews in other countries reached
thai lor soina <-Jfort to avert a potential scandal <>t a
Jewish denominational scramble lor Jewish souls
>n a g)obt] basis?
K.-bbi Marc II. Tancnhaum. director of the
iiiurrcliRious affairs department of the American
.hwi-h Committee, recently analyzed the efforts
! American-centered Orthodox, Conservative and
Keform groups lo extend the scope of their parti
ilar approach to Judaism. Global Jewish organi-
zations, he noted, are not new. Both the World
Zionist Organization, the World Jewish Congress
d other international groups have served as
i i national instruments to link world Jewry
But the rebirth of Israel has brought a decline
in world Zionist structures and the World Jewish
< ongreaa has scarcely represented more than its
n membership. A global vacuum has developed
and the synagogual bodies organized on an inter
national basis have started to move vigorously
mo it.
The Reform or Liberal movement organized a
World Union for Progressive Judaism in 1026 It
has had its most impressive growth since the end
World War II The World Union claims affiliates
in 23 countries in Europe. North and South Amer-
ica, Asia mrl Africa, with some 850 congrega-
: s, numbering i.60o.ixx) membersmost of them
Ihi United States, of com-.
Creating Tis
The Conservative movement began organizing
its World Council of Synagogues in November. 1957
".ly i; claimed constituents in 21 countries
1867, the Council has helped create a Latin
icon Council of synagogues and a consulta-
body in Europe Both Reform and Conserva-
tism .".re busy in Israel
The Orthodox movement still has not launch-
''I it* projected World Union of Orthodox Jew-
lh Congregations bul it does have a functioning
Joint Ovcr-cas Commission of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of America and the
Rabbinical Council of America. This commission
has quiet]; but actively been creating a number
of ties between Orthodox Chiei rabbis and laymen
in mosi countries In which the Reform and Con-
servative movements have made their more for
mal advance.
The global prize is Israel. To the Reform
and Conservative movements alike, the religious
situation in Israel is regarded a- potentially un-
tilled soil. Both groups have sent investigating
bodies to Israel which have returned with re
ports that the nominal Orthodox hegemony in
Israel is a carryover into Israeli politics of ar-
rangements created under the British Mandatory
regime. Both groups have publicly voiced the
conviction that the relatively small number of
Jews represented in Israel's religious-political par-
ties reflect in fact the small number of Jews ad-
hering to Israel's only Jewish institutional re-
ligious formOrthodoxyand that an unknown
but presumably large number of Israeli Jews are
yearning for a more "liberal" form of Jewish re-
Hgious identification and expression.
Correspondingly, the World Union for Con-
servative Judaism has boon very active in Israel
where it has organized three synagogues and sev-
eral nuclei for additional congregations. The first
Reform synagogue was formally dedicated in Jeru-
salem on April 14 in an inconspicuous ceremony in
a former private dwelling. The dedicatory serv-
ice was conducted by Rabbi Jerome A. Inger. an
American Reform rabbi who has been represent-
ing tin World Union in Israel since i960.
The Conservative movement has organized a
center in Israel with three affiliated Conservative
congregations The first convention in Israel of
the World Council "as held last May one of the
highlights of the convention was the formal ded-
ication ot the first American student center built
under an-pices of the American Conservative
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The Shylock Image in Elizabethan Times
By DR. ERNEST PHILLIP
1"0 understand the Jews and Jewesses U Shape-
' spcare and Marlowe represented them in their
dramas, we must forget the 20th century and re-
vive at least two dead facts which, at the time
Of Queen Elizabeth (1533-1603), still survived: the
abhorrence of usury and the abhorrence of the
Jew, for centuries misrepresented as the living
type of a race which had deliberately murdered
an incarnate God. These were the two underlying
emotional forces which handicapped an Eliza-
bethan author when writing about a .lew for Eliza-
bethan audiences
Involuntary ignorance of Jewry cannot be
urged in defense of the gross caricature of Jews
and Jewesses which the eloquent pen of Shake
speare and Marlowe produced. The famous his-
torian Graetz had proven conclusively that there
was only a small number of Jews in England at
that time. Exiled in 1290. they were not re-
admitted as a race until Cromwell's time (1655)
Individuals were welcomed during this interval.
There was. however, a strong agitation against
these few stray members of Israel. The result
was the production of several anti-Jewish plays
such as Marlowe's "The Jew of Malta'- written
and staged in 1590 and Shakespeare's "The Mtr-
chant of Venice" (1595).
Eye for Favor
Anti-Jewish agitation reached its climax at
the trial of Dr. Rodrigo I.opez. the Queen's physi-
cian, a Jew, charged with being bribed by the
King of Spain to poison her majesty. Lopez was
executed in 1594 and his trial and execution
caused a great excitement everywhere. Soon
afterwards "The Jew of Malta" was performed
and enjoyed 15 performances.
The very next year, William Shakespeare,
with an ever watchful eye for popular favor, set
himself the task of contributing to the stage his
conception of a Jew. "The Merchant of Venice"
written and staged around 1595-6 was the natural
outcome of the unusual excitement against the
Jew. Thus Shylock appeared on the Elizabethan
stage as a purely comic character. The tragic
element of his racial suffering, his prominent
feature today, is the outcome of modern tl
nd modern criticism. Judging from the
Stage directions. Shylock is not the ve
Hebrew of the modern stage, but a
tonage attired in a red wig with .i pec
hooked nose and of general slovenly a;
character calculated to repel.
Hut even a 30 veir young geni -
Shakesoeare could not allow Shylock t.i
"black." During all his life he had been i
n bitter wrongs and cruelties ShylocTt
i, ,ih.

:
Slgnor Antonio, many a time and oft.
In the Kalto you have rated me
About the moneys ard my usurarii-
Still have I borne it with a patient shrug,
For sufferance i- the badge of all .air I
And later Shylock. spat upon, ho Ited, i .'.
cried out bitterly: ". it will feed my re -ngi
He lAntonioi hath disgraced me and hinder-
half a million, laughed at my los- B, mocl .
my gains, scorned my nation, thwarted m> ,
gains, cooled my friends, heated mine en
and what's his reason'' 1 am a Jew' Hath
.lew eyes'" Hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimen
sions. senses, affections, passions? F^ with th.'
same food, hurt with the same weapons, subject
to the same diseases, healed by the same rt
warmed and cooled by the same summer and
winter, as a Christian is If you prick us, do
we not bleed0 If you tickle us. do we not
If you poison us, do we not die* And if you wrong
us. shall we not revenge-1 If we are like yotl i".
the rest, we will resemble vou in that ."
Tragedy of a Mon
Thus Shakespeare invests Shylock w. ':
own genius. The result is a baffling amalga
lion of human contradictions. Successive .
ations of actors tried to get away from the Ide
a comic character In 1814. th :. mOUS 1
actor. Edmund Kean, saw in Shylock what so far
nobody but Shakespeare had see:, the trag -
of a man.-nt a powerful, enduring personality
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riiday. December 21, 1962
*-kwisli fkridli
man
Edmund Kean (l/b/-loJJ),
iumous Engiish actor, play-
ing Shylock.
Great and powerful a~ the character ol sin
nek is. so insignificant and repulsive is the
iharacter of Jessica, his daughter, she lacks what
shylock possesaea, ;i real human emotion. Brought
,ip in a strictly Jewish home, under a loving an;i
taking father, she thrusts all aside, father,
home and religion, to throw herself into the arms
: a man. an enemy to her race, who mi^ht have
hi on more interested in her father's ducats than
in hit pretty daughter. She even steals a consid-
erate sum. the outcome of a lifetime of thrift.
How unnatural, how inhuman all this is!
Both Shakespeare and Marlowe blim the names given their characters. No Jew has
rver borne the name cf Shylock. Most of their
Jewish nomenclature is drawn from the Bil.lt" in
., wry haphazard manner Shakespeare converts
I'ubal. the Hebrew word for a Scythian. Into one
ii his Jewish characters; and Chus, the Hebrew
<>k1 for Ethiopian, into another. Marlowe, taking
even greater liberties, makes Kirriah-Jeairin Samuel VI 29) into a Jew residing in Greece, and
Zaareth, a Persian lady at a Persian court, >nto
i all Jew < ( Malta.
Marlowe's Greatness
The sources of the story are unknown. Its
rical side is incorrect There were no lews
n Malta in the 16th century, all ol them having
exiled during the general expulsion of iJ:':2
: .-,v the favorite of the Sultan's son, Sclim,
aj have had some connection with the Jewish
' man' JosePh Nassai, who was a contem-
i' rary ol .Marlowe.
'""'"!"" ,: ,h" Bible was a publican and a
""'"' '"' fs the prisoner whose release was de-
' ided in place of Jesus
JraJ",tru'y represents Marlowe's greatness
ndM'owes weakness, as well He is consumed
> ana" absorbing passion: the lust for gold And
I,"!'"';: th,S passion '' ridiculous extremes
^ Dr Faustus who make-, ,,, with the devil
1 hm his soul to gratify his insatiable pas-
Slon '"' k">wledge, Barabas ts two innocent
young men against one another be killed in a
,llu''' ;'" murders friars, poisons an entire nun-
;'"r>- hl's UP an arsenal filled with friendly
' ''> mventi an infernal machine to destroy
his ver) benefactor, who made him governor of
Malta.
His only human trait is his great parental af-
fection. This. Marlowe could not very well omit,
for Jewish devotion to then- children was |.ro-
verbial. Unlike Shakespeare, he gave to Barabas
no further human traits. Shylock is at least a
man who shows manly resentment fcr unjust
wrongs. Me acts manly when he sacrifices some
i.000 ducats for one sweet moment of revenge.
Bui Barabas is not a man. He kills ft- the sake
ol killing; his avarice knows no bounds.
Unfavorable Period
Barabas- daughter. Abigail, is the Onjj charac-
ter in the play true to life and not deformed. She
has intense filial affections. Her love for her
father, scoundrel as he is. knows no bounds. She
yields to his entreaties to help him recover his
gold. When she realizes that her father has
treacherousl) deceived her and killed the man she
loved, she is heart-broken. She revolts against
him but makes no mention of her father's crimes
lest he should fall a victim through her hand.
much as he maj have deserved it.
The Foregoing shows that the reign of Eliz-
abeth was a very unfavorable period in which to
present a Jew before the public. Both Shake-
speare and Marlowe did net find it necessary to
enlighten themselves about Jews, their character
and way of life. But the ^reat hard of Avon, by
his deep psychological insight into human nature.
made Shylock a strong human character: tragic
a deeply human. Both poets strike a Jewish
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Facsimile of a clay tablet written in ancient Hebrew alt ibet
script in which the Bible was originally written was inc' ided
in a recent library exhibit at the Jewish Theological Serr.'.r.ary
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manuscripts on a broad variety of subjects culled fror the
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achievement is crowned by the
description only he and his wife
could bestow upon themselves
olim In this light the content of
"Transition Years" i< permanent,
and the i.ieas assume a sigmti
cance far beyond the chronology
of the three years under review
Many ol the salient Ideal which
weave through the volume relate
to central issues on the agenda
of world Jewish policy. The re-
viewer, of course, can touch only
upon -ome of these. l)r Gold-
stein write'- with force and per
ception. and with an equal meas-
ure of candor, on the place of the
synagogue in diajpori< tsh
life, the unfilled tasks i Zion.
ism, the problems of Wi I low.
ish unity, and the responsi lilies
of Israel in the cultural ai -pin-
tual evolution of Jewr .no-
where.
For the author, dedicate); -th*
faith of bis fathers ( his
childhood days in Phil.;; 'Iphia,
and rabbi for more than four de-
cades of Congregation B'nai
Jeshurun of Mom York, th >*"
gogue is not a soctologl ,:
lilt ion in Judaism, as it
Continued on Page 15-C
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^*ni*t> fh rSdlHair-
The Substance Behind Being a Good Jew
Continued from Pt*)e6-C
i-abWI revealed in the Torah thai are the funda-
mentals, to a Jew who strives to attain i state of
Lioodness.
A jjoo'l Jew endeavors to reflect the ancient
lU-avaic spiritM.il interpretation of history, in which
ystem tho individual is not a mere accident, nor
a mere product of his environment. A human
being is endowed with a divine soul, with a spark
ol godliness, and with an eternal destiny. A good
Jew believe, that by observing the Law of the
ToraJj. he becomes a member of a chosen com-
munity; chosen not to be a member of a master
race; cheoen not to conquer, kill or destroy, but
chowen to be of >ervice to God and mankind.
The Jew and particularly the yood Jew is the
(Hrrnal torch-bearer of monotheism, which means
that while he believes that man was created in
the image of God he still reaffirms that only God
is infallible, and that no human being is immune
trcm making mistakes; that no single individual
.an be vested with complete authority over the
Icsttay of the yroup Hence, dictatorship of any
A is completely alien to the way of thinking
: Dm Jew who is inspired by his divine heritage.
As a good Jew. he, remembers the immortal
word* ol our sages as stated in the Talmud:
-Rut a single man was create I. i order to
l*Mh M that if a man causes a single soul to
Periah, the Torah imputes it t him as though he
has destroyed the entire world; and if a man save
me life 01 a single person, the Torah imputes it
to him as though he has saved the whole world
But a single man was created, for the sake of
peace among mankind, that none should say to
his (fellow: My father was greater lhan thy father
. But a single man was created to proclaim
the greatness of the Holy One Blessed be He. for
man stamps many coins with one seal, and they
are all alike, but the King of Kings, the Holy
One Blessed be He, has stamped every man with
the seal ol the first man. yet not one of them is
like his fellow. Therefore, it is the duty of every
man to spy. for my sake the world was created."
Yes. tnese immortal words of our sages con-
cerning the immortal dignity and worth of the
human soul contain the basic philosophy of the
Jew, and Mich a philosophy, which is the essence
of any democracy, helps toward the making of
a good Jew.
Should Jews Be Active as Proselytes?
Continued from Page 7-C
mov nient. The ceremonies were addressed by
Prime Minit-r David BenGurion whose comments
included a remark which was an echo of the argu-
ments of non-Orthodox Jewish thinkers in the
t'nited States. The Jewish heritage, he said, "most
ihaute its form and adopt a new form, one which
is adopted to a new way of life."
Such competition for Jewish souls is done mod-
estly in Israel, presumably out of a desire not to
.".ntKfconise the Orthodox leadership. However.
there are ttwajr restrictions in approaches to Jews
elsewhere, such as the 25.000 Bene Israel of India.
There has been much cajoling and pressure on
IN :ndu lea to affiliate with the respective par-
ent world bodies. Rabbi Tanenbaum. formerly
executive director of the Synagogue Council of
America, also has noted collisions between Ortho-
dox and Reform groups in Australia and Holland
and between Conservative and Reform in South
America and Britain.
Rabbi Tanenbaum indicated there was a possi-
bility these global Jewish structures might become
the "ecumenical" agents of Jewry some time in the
future, roughly Jewish counterparts of the World
Baptist Alliance or similar worldwide denomina-
tional bodies. As a next step, out of these inter-
pational Jewish structures, there might eventually
evolve a world Jewish religious body, analagous
to the interdenominational World Council of
Churches.
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Friday, December 21, \%i

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Historic Homeward Migration of a People
Continued from Page 5-C
the Navj should do this without
!, .-- i>t Inc.
Early in 1946 an Immigrant ship
i | allo a boarding partj to
transfer from ; destroyer by
it, take charge and steam the
>liip in Bj the end of i!4t> inv
-I'.mt ship- v on 1:1 nol Stop I
estroj r had to go alongside,
boarding part} had to Jump
i, r ii. .lump we did and all to-
gether it il were u is(
In February 1947. matters took
a turn for the worse. When ar-
! sting the "Negeb" the na\ al
met with ar
iron bars
sistance fn m | r ips ol
joui men Sailors
i .lev were hurt in the tight-
mi .. < --..1 > for our
boarding pai > - ask.
A Stage Further
1 he took plan- m Mai-
\\< alt. rses :".<:. I
learn to jump without hurtl
selves w < learnt close combat
end how to keep fit in restricted
circumstances a- we were not al-
lowed ashore in Palestine.
Then the Jew* took maters a
Stage further. By violent altera-
tions of course they tried to pre-
vent a destroyer getting along-
side With the same object in
mow they turned their boat;, and
filled them with women and chil-
dren. It became necessary to use
two destroyers
Another counter-measure by the
jews was taken as soon as we
boarded They sabotaged their
main engines, smashed their
steering gear and threw all navi
gational equipment overboard.
We were then compelled to tow
the ship in.
When the boarding party went
ever, the crew of the immigrant
ship vanished. They mingled
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handicapped immigrants.
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detection. Our main difficulty
was that boarding had to take
place inside the three-mile limit
which did not allow much time
for fooling about Our aim *U
to capture the bridge, engu
room and steering compartme:
quickly. Our boarding of fin:
Harry Keate, had a rumbling ai
pendix and was often unfit. Thr
result of this was that we had a
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Friday, December 21, 1962
roster of standby boarding of-
ficers.
I will deal with the occasion
when I took charge in some dc-
tail as it was an exenence I am
not likely to forget. My "illegal"
was a ship of about 5(K) ton.-, with
lie usual diew>clA'!igiiH' and it flew
he Italian flag. When we came
up with her there was one man
on deck. We hailed him hut lie
110 notice. This was tin usual
lion and we had interpreters
ready who could speak most Eu-
i' in languages,
At last an American voice from
he wheelbouse denied thai the
a as an "illegal We knew
:!.i- was a lie We could -re flog.
..: holes in the hatch coi er -
. pulling the corners down
!o let in a little more air. We
pointed this out. After two hours
i| double talk they knew the name
a- up.
Series of Feints
The hatch cover was thrown
back. The immigrants streamed
cut and the Star of David was
.ni-ted to the masthead The firs?
;hing the 600 immigrants did was
Jo form queues for the only two
toilets in the forecastle. We de-
.: ied to board that evening hut
first the "iron-mongery" h.Ht t.i
i carried out.
There were a series of feints.
kV< approached giving all the in-
dications that we were about to
board. They met us with salvos
ol old cans, bits of metal and half
bricks. The object was to get
rid of as much of this ammunition
aa possible. Each approach was
greeted with bursts of defiance
ongs from the immigrants.
It was dusk when we made our
final run. My party was split into
three I had delivered a suitable
pep" talk on not standing any
i.-nsense The Captain went
alongside and we jumped. We
gained control of the ship quickly
hut not before she had been thor-
oughly sabotaged. "Verulum"
took us in tow.
I then made an inspection of
tt^lhrhridliicnn

Page 13-C
Dl^nV m 7D ?YT,r0m, Massrhuset.s walked off a gang-
plank at Haifa Port, Israel, recently and on to a wai.ma bus
going to Jerusalem Miss Marsha Ka.z. of Newtonville. may
not have reahzed it, but in EO doing, she became the 500th
Amencan student to arrive in Israel for study at one of Israels
Z^OPlily:gTma ^.itutions 'he Hayim Greenberg In-
state. Photo shows sm.les and certificates after a hard
year s study.
ihe >hip The people were living
i" the hold where they ate and
blepl They had wooden shelves
about 12 to a shelffor beds. Re-
minded me of the old slave ships.
The filth and smell is impossible
to describe. In the corner of a
tmy compartment, used as a sick
bay, was a sack, I told a c P.O.
with me to look inside. It con-
tained a dead baby When the
ship docked in Haifa the Army
took over and the Jews were
shipped to Cyprus.
The biggest effort to force
through an illegal immigrant ship
was made in July 1947, with the
President Warfield." a Canadian
lake steamer, renamed "Exodus
1947." The Palestine problem
was being debated at the United
Nations at the time and the Jews
decided to make a splash.
My ship was not present dur-
ing the action which led to the
arrest of the "President Warfield"
but we had first-hand accounts
from our friends. She was the
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largest vessel to challenge the
British blockade. With 4,554 pass.
engers on board, the ship had
b( en specially prepared to resist
capture by the Navy. These pre-
parations included:
1. The sealing of the engine
loom and steering compartment
with steel doors.
2. The organization of squads
of armed men to resist the board-
ing party.
3. These men were armed with
tear gas, smoke bombs, fireworks,
steam hoses, fuel jets, axes and
ether weapons.
4. Sound reproduction equip-
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5. Well stored with food.
The "President Warfield" was
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She sailed from Southern France
by cutting her cables. Her inten-
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Continued on Pag* 14-C
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Historic Homeward Migration of a People
Continued from Page 13C
Navj was warned ot her approach
' ;.nd. as she was going to be a
'tough nut to crack," boarding
operations commenced 12 to 11
miles OUt. Four destroyers were
required.
The "President WarfleM" zig-
zagged at high speed to prevent
the destroyers getting alongside.
She turned out her boats and tried
to drop them on the boarding par-
ties Eventually a few sailors
managed to get on board. They
continued to steer the ship keep-
ing a lookout through the ports.
I nfortunately lor them they had
forgotten to put a compass down
there so they could not tell w here
they were going.
The action went on.
Governed by Fools
One sailor was cut off and over-
powered. The Jews were just
about to decapitate him with an
axe when snipers from a destroy-
er opened fire and saved his life.
Meanwhile, the Jews had put a
President Warfiel.is" wheel-
house door where our men had
taken refuge and established a
strong point.
"We are coming in to kill you,'"
the Jews shouted through the
door. "The first one in gels a
eush between the eyes," the
i. .P.O. shouted back.
When the door gave this is ex-
actly what happened. There was
a violent struggle. Two Jews
were killed. Then they retreated.
The "President WarfleM" was
eventually boarded by 50 ratings
and, after severe fighting they
captured the ship. Three sailors
were hurt. Several fell over-
board and were picked up by the
destroyers.
The Jews were shipped back
to Germany from whence they
had come.
We steamed away that evening
before midanghl on May H. 1W8
The Jewish State a- proclaim-
ed a! Tel Am\ eighl hours Deiore
we left. Hail., became a battle
Held BC the .lews out.
tin the last day the Koyal Ma-
rine Commandos fell back on the
Haifa dock area which the) Had
orders to hold. We steamed away
that evening with mixed feelings
Our efforts seemed to have been
point Lest
After months of strenuous duty
keeping Jews out of Palestine the
lino i gates were to be opened and
the Jews interned in Cyprus ship-

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ped baik to Haifa Prori
.: the mandate .. '.<>.
-.!>19 I !'.'_ Tin,:.' I 140,8
landed in Israel
We could bt forgiven I
mg that we were being _
by fools. However, it
Navy's job to carry out II
.vith Intelligence and not
dcr too long on the i
whims of higher djrectioi
One thing we knew foi
..- we steamed into the ni.
troubled story ol the Bnti
date had ended the hi-;
the new State ol Israel
gun.
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hink>
erned
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r'din
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arj i
I 1 b
Enthusiasm for Chanuka
Continued from Page 3-C
and yet the Syrians placed carv-
ings in the Temple in Jerusalem
and performed Pagan rites.
This was what provoked Judah
Maccabee. his pric-tly father and
his four brothers to rebel a^ain-t
Antiochus. It was a war for re-
ligious freedom and when the
Jews won, Hellenism eventually
went into a decline.
War for Freedom
It was when the Syrian- came
to Modin. the little village in
which Judah Maccabee and his
family lived, and attempted to
enforce the regulations 1 the
King, that the war began. It is
written in the Fir-t Book of Mac-
cabee- that Mattathias. Judah's
lather, said of the orders of the
King's messengers: "it all the
heathen in the Kin;;'.- dominions
listen to him and forsake each
of them the religion of his fore-
fathers, and choose to follow his
command' instead, yet I and my
sons and my brother- wil ve in
accordance with the agreement
of our forefathers. Oori forbid
that we should abandon the Law
and the ordinance- We will not
listen to the message of the
or depart from our religion to
the right hand or the left This
brought on the open bre.ik and
the battle for suruval O
ed.
In winninu this cntu .
the history of the world
critical turn The few -
that they could n^ht succe
atain.'.t the many if a principle
ol reliuious and national Hirvival
was Involved.
The Jew s sho ed the
M wi' mark Chanuka wttl
and h>\ The Maccabees ere. I I
a Jewish State and toda;
i- .mother Jewish State which ;
Inspired bj 'he example of the
original Maccabee.-. Our* is an
era of modern Maccabee- ind
we have every right to celebrate
Chanuka as a major holiday
the Jewish calendar.
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Mgttefl FhrkHari
The Path of Our Commitment to Judaism
C:"inod from Pag* 10-C
:i.r many of its adherents
ip I'nited States. It is more
thar "e historic house of assem.
hlv prayer and study. It is "the
,ni.tr. ->*nt par excellence of Jew
;.h -stive survival," and in the
,,ri. : Medina! Israel, it is "at
- much an instrument of
j. survival as the Jewish
Stat< and in the Diaspora, more
th.tr he State." (p. 32.) The
>gUt, together with its edu
1 purpose, heads the li?t
0| -najor commitments of the
Amt-r.catl Jewish community as
., -.lunity. For religion is the
j, foremost "characteristic
and dential as a people, one
. ce and in time, religion
,ing both creed and deed.
i and mltivot." ip. 53.)
=our-Point Program
,i ". Dr. Goldstein approaches
rid Of Zionism he is fully
of the stark realities Oj
-ent position but as unre-
in his emphasis on its
(Titles The fourfold task
-1 ~in he proposed to the
p.i-- 25th Zionist Congreu Is (ai
ill support of Israel, (bi
support tor Israel, ici
education, and id) Aliy.ih
H'h '"le first two goals are self-
and have been remark-
.i!i j veloped in American Zion-
the latter two objectives
havi r.ardly been atttained, and
in n ny Zionist circles are only
,;ig to l>e considered as in-
trii to the program oi Amcr-
-jonism
I" Goldman aptly indicates
thai "Zionist organizations ami
lead) .-ship must and can seek ac-
een 'o Jewish educational bod-
ies nd instrumentalities, both
u> and secular, with a view
|o Ziouuina the content of Jew
sh edncatioa on the broadest
possible scale" in order to en-
sure the character of Jewish edu-
cation in America (p. n;,, As re-
gards Aliyah, it is his firm con-
viction that the potential from
the United states i greater than
ia generally assumed. .Moreover,
for American Zionism, idealistic
Aliyah is a moral component of
its very being and its reason for
being, Then- arc too fow voices
in American Zionism who speak
U i irectly. If only from the van-
tage point, the American Jewish
community sustains a serum.-, loss
in Dr. Goldstein's absence,
To those ttho have followed Dr
Goldstein's thoughts and actions
in the United States, Transition
Yoars" is a natural evolution oi
his entire career, especially his
unceasing concern with the prob-
lems oi Jewish unity. Kiyyum
Ha-umah, the spiritual as weil as
physicial survival ot the Jewish
People, i- virtually his "magnifi
cent obsession;" it is the key to
the religious, cultural and Zion-
ist programs he has led. Even
the State o| Israel, he reminded
his Zionist audience last year in
Santiago, Chile, "is secondary
to the Jewish people." Indeed,
he defined Zionism "as the active
commitment to the creative sur-
vival of the Jewish people and
to the Jewish state as an indis-
pensable instrument toward that
end." (p. 200.)
Whether in South America or
in Europe, or in the United States.
Goldstein regarded it his mission
to decry "geographical myopia."
to insist that these communities
recognize tin? common perils fac-
ing Jewish diasporic life, and to
urge the conscious development
of the subconscious group feel-
ing for the brotherhood of Jews.
To the author, the symbol of this
teaching of Klal Yisrael is Jeru-
salem, the City which is not "a
geographical location but an ideo-
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the concept of the Higher Jeru-
salem is a broader and more stg-
nificant concept than Medinat
Yisrael,
Israel's Responsibility
But Goldstein, himself, now
lives and works in the real Jeru-
salem. A good portion of the ad-
dresses was directed to the Yi-
shuv. not only from the Zionist
Congress platform, but to the
people ol the State. He spoke,
among many others, to the for-
mer displaced persons from the
Bergen-Belsen camp, to the Asso-
ciation of Americans and Canad-
ians in Israel, to the Journalists'
Club. and. most appropriately, to
the children's flower convention
of the Keren Hayesod. To all of
them alike, he taught the respon-
sibilities of Israel to world Jew-
ry. And that responsibility, he
emphasized, would be met it the
original sense ot purpose, the
moral imperative, which led to
the re-creation of Statehood were
fulfilled by the organic interplay
of national needs with interna-
tional concern.
What will strike the reader
most in this book is its clarity
and consistency. He will also find
many insights which serve as
pungent commentaries on con-
temporary Jewish life. For ex-
ample: Goldstein's strong state-
ment on the vulgarization of the
tone of Jewish lile in the United
States in the home and in pub-
lic; his honest appraisal of the
calibre of Jewish leadership; his
bleak view of the recent anti-
Semitic manifestations around
the world; his sorrow that in
most western communities the
Sacred Millions of the Catastrophe
are being forgotten.
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The Shylock Image in Elizabethan Times
Continued frn Pa* 9-C
chord in tense parental emotions. But in the
filial devotion, they differ: Shakespeare denies it.
Marlowe affirms it. Its absence in Jessica makes
her a repulsive figure its presence in Ahiuuil.
an exceedingly attractive me. Both poets, how
ever, emphasised two outstanding traits in Jew.
their proverbial wealth and the beauty of thin
women.
In our liberal and more enlightened age, the
play*s audience should be restricted to matun
minds, then the matter of the play's prejudicial
potential would be on the academic level.

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Section D


*^
tfow r/,c JIL-cdcc "Victor CLngJ tL
-ad Ant.ochus won. Judaism would have been
ated. And, had Judaism been annihilated,
no Chrtettaltlty, which was horn out of Judaism,
coo d have ar.sen a couple of centuries later
had the Maccabean revolt been crushed, instead
of having emerged victorious, the whole course
of human history would have been altered. Anc
so the Maccabean revolt became a turn.ng po.r
history and is recognized as such even in the
I ous calendar of the Roman Catholics
No matter how bitter may have been the
religious struggles between the Pharisees and Sad-
ducees following the Maccabean revolt, the Jews
were aga-n free to practice their religion and to
elopi, m accordance with changed conditions.
curse o
f i^jTistoru
It gave the Pharisees, who became the dominant
force in Judaism, though they had to fight for
ascendency, a chance to preserve and even strength-
en the Jewish religion through a developing Oral
Law constantly interpreting and reinterpreting the
Written Law of the Hebrew Bible. It saved the
Talmud for future ages.
..... ;!:, HEWTACI 01 ml MACCABE. VICTOR1 P*. I'D.


rage 2-D
> Jen it ftcridiiair
Friday, December 21,
1982
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Trio tight Saj IKUval Bl
nuka which now celebrat-
ing -; way, the
dual .Hi!-, i Jewish peo-
pli throughout much of its his-
tory I well .
ligii
The Stru
led bj M ittathias the Hasm m-
ean. and his I ainsl
the Sj ii.'"' ruli i I thi Ji vs \<
is E| iph m -. at hr1 had
jecl onlj the rcstorat
i'.i ol religious worship
and the .'ion ol }<
!!< and i .i- m* Kinjj Anno-
in his > ntinuous attempts
;<> Hellenize hi- lubjeet peoples,
i. led i" suspen Jev ish prac-
tices, to convert the Temple in
Jerusalem into .i Greek
tuary, and t'> pioct heal
m the coontry'i towns The ro
^gHUll ot yu.p'-i*i''Mnmii-tif restoring religious freedom and
spiritual autonomj to Judea. and
the rwdcdlcalion >i the Temple in
165 B.C E. marked the end "i this
stage ot the conflict.
Thereafter the conflict with the
non-Jewish rulers became politi-
cal llattathias' mi a graduallj
gained both religions supremacj.
as high pnesi-. and political ni
premacy, a- k:";;- in Judea, and
, -. blished the Hasmoncan dy-
nasty, whose political independ-
ence was recogi Ibe Ro-
man Senate in 139 B.t E
i Hasmonean dynast) ruled
judea tor more than a centuo
It v as not happj period in Jew-
is|i histor) Atui religious and
political indepi idence had been
afhii bitter in-
U i na! -
aism and the Jewish ..;.
inundations -The new
according to the Universal Jew.
ish Encyclopedia, "enter I into
diplomatic- relations ".::. ,,..
states, made alliances, en ed
stan. mg army, condui
in short, it tended to b
another one ot the man)
l/i ,1 states in the I 'i
Turreng Point in History
This secular attitude u n iias.
monean rulet s came ii l
v Ufa some Fundament;
Judaism. A religious
this time an internal i
up again. Two Jew i- .
were termed, the Phariseei .iho
were tlie zi akms gu< rdu o(
tradition, of the UH>
ei tbaocracj. and wl I
masses t the peopU their
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side, and the Sadducees whose
adbacentt were drawn from the
priestly aristocracy aad the
wealthy KlS influential laity.
Ilir Ma-moiican rulers tended.
for Ihe most part, to the Sadduc
. n view. The Hasmoncan d\ -
nasty came to an end in 37 B.C.E .
ii n the Idumean half Jew Her-
od, ascended the Judcan throne
slaughtered UM remaining
members of the Hasmoncan dy-
nasts .
Nevertheless, the troublesome
ana rather unhappy aftermath of
;he Maccabean revolt, an after-
math of royal intrigues and tmone
.i.urpations. of bitter religions con-
flleti and even of civil war. does
nut detract from the great im-
portance of the revolt itself.
hich the Chanuka story lynv
bnUsea. The restoration of reli-
gious freedom to Judea through
the defeat of the tyrannical Greek
Idol was a great event not only
in Jewish, but in human, his-
tory.
Had Antiochus won, Judai-m
vould have been annihilated.
And. had Judaism been annihilat-
ed, no Christianity, which was
born out of Judaism, could have
arisen a couple of centuries lat-
er. Thus, had the Maccabean re-
volt been crushed, instead of hav-
g emerged victorious, the whole
i nurse of human history would
have been altered. And so the
Maccabean revolt became a turn-
ing po'n* in history an.l Is recog-
nized a* such even in the reli-
gions calendar of the Roman
Catholics.
No Political Autonomy
No matter how bitter ma) have
been the religious struggles be-
i .'ii the Pharisees and Sad-
', following the Maccabean
revolt, the Jews were again free
practice their re Ii ion and to
;p it in accordance itli
I i ondMons it gi ve the
Pharisees, who became the domi-
nant force In Judaism, though
thej h.nJ to lixht tiii ascendancy,
+**M>mrtmm
Page 3-D
Israel Rogosin. president of Rogosin Industries of Israel, Ltd.,
and executive committee chairman of Beaunit Mills, Inc
donates S500.0000 to Deborah Hospital, the free, non-sectarian
medical center for chest diseases in Browns Mills. N.J. He is
shown presenting stock certificates in the Israeli rayon firm
at his New York oflice to hospital official, Mrs. Clara Franks
(center), and regional chairman, Mrs. Max Kurtz, of Jersey
City, N.J. The philanthropist's gift will be used to support and
expand the free services of Deborah Hospital founded in 1922.
a chance to preserve and even
strengthen the Jewish religion
through a developing Oral Law
constantly interpreting and re-
interpreting the Written Law of
the Hebrew Bible. It saved the
Talmud for future ages.
The political independence
which the Maccabean revolt ulti-
mately won for ancient Judea
may not at first seem as impor-
tant as the religious freedom it
achieved, in view of the fact that
a couple of centuries later the
Jews lost not only their political
independence but were even up-
rooted from their homeland by
the Remans.
One might argue that, while the
Jew- Mere able (0 maintain their
religious autonomy in exile de-
spite all persecutions, they could
nut maintain any shred of politi-
cal autonomy after they W( e
forced to leave Palestine. While
DO one ian leny that there is a
great deal of truth in this argu-
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ment, it must not at the same
time be forgotten that religion
and secularism arc so intertwin-
ed in Judaism that Judaism is
so mueh a "religious civilization,"
a religious way of life, that by
preserving their religious auton-
omy the Jews were able to lorce
medieval Christian rulers to
grant them some sort of internal
self-government, because the
medieval Christian rulers had to
recognize that Jews were not
merely another religious sect, but
a distinct nation.
That sense of nationality,
coupled with the sense of reli-
gious uniqueness, was forged
mainly in the century of Jewish
political independence which fol-
lowed the Maccabean revolt.
The Jewish struggle for reli-
gious and political freedom con-
tinues in our own day. There is
a Communist Russia, where two-
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Israel's Pavilion at the New York Fair
By JOSHUA H. JUSTJAAN
JERUSALEM One would guess
that the decision taken by the Is-
rael Government not to participate
in the 1964-65 Worlds Fair in New
York has evoked much disappoint-
ment, especially within the Ameri-
can Jewish community.
In a way it seems inconceivable
that the Israel pavilion should be
missing at a Fair held in New
York, both in view of the close
United-States Israel ties in gen-
eral and New York's place as the
largest Jewish center in the world.
Indeed, the decision was not
reached lightheartedly. This is
demonstrated by the fact that the
final decision was the fourth tak-
en by the Government. Twice the
participation in the Fair was ap-
proved; twice the decision has been
reversed.
It was more than a year ago,
following the receipt of the invita-
tion from the New York rJion-
ties, that the matter W*J tint
brought before the Cabinet The
cost of participation in th Fair
was then put at $2,000.00'. and
though Finance Minister Lew Esh-
kol voiced reservations and felt
that Israel could not afford >uch
an expenditure, he eventually join-
ed the majority opinion for parti-
cipation.
The preparations began irnrr.e-
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*MmWh fkrkfton
Gen. Allenby Was a Modern Maccabee
Ey ANITA ENGLE
Allenby captured J< r ia1-
en ago this D cember,
the highlight ol one oi
: -i bnlli.il i and dei
is ol hbc First Word V\ i
mparison Mh .'-.-'-Ji the
a*i \ u into
: 111
OQ jrear befon
. eipeci llj
i bn
\ ri u ted I
cant i i p
time too Palest]n< was
From the grip >' a harsh
iad alien powi-r which had im-
iti empire "n the Middle
And the v. ay w :i now open
national liberation which
. h people had pi aj ed for.
.'. v ;i> rather l< entl
out this aspect ol the \ ;<
.. r, .iu(hih Maccabeus
I < touch of the miracul
. not lacking at li
us mi lary associates, ii" were
I thi imperturable ;i-
ihh v hkh Allenbj plan-
car.!. I out his daring
Victory Assured
! Gen AHenby's mark
. i ,-;-.ileristics as !"> capac-
gauging the fighting q
hi.- enemy." wrote the
, :.. ..n Commander of the
King Desert Mourt* d Corps,
iv < o' Preeton "He se< med to
. by instinct, flie nun
mum I trcei necessary to hold
iiy c. :ntenhrust that might
be made
Ljvit'icc 01 Arabia was in the
hen a plane from Pale
nn< |, fil. bi Inging "the amai
ing chroi'': of Allenby's
As ho writes in S
:.-inoed on Page 13 D
tel. FR 4-2883
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So. Africa Jewry's Civil Rights Dilemma
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
Johannesburg
When Dr. Teddy Schneider,
chairman of the South Urican
.leu ish Board of Deputies, told a
meeting of the Jewish Commun-
ity Council in Pretoria the other
night: "We are aware of Israel's
special difficulties and serious
problems, yet we cannot hut re-
gard her overall vote for sanc-
tions against our country." he
was expressing the general feel-
ing of South African Jews about
Israel's support oi the Afro -Asian
motion for sanctions against this
republic, for the rupture of diplo-
mat if relations and for South
Africa's expulsion from the Unit-
ed Nations
Nor did it alleviate this tic ling
that Israel had expressed reser-
vations, in the I'N debates, aboul
the use of sanctions ar.d the move
for expulsion: as far as South
Africans were concerned. Ji
no less than Gentile, Israel had,
in the final resort, voted in fav-
or of the resolution, where all
the Western nations which had ex-
pressed similiar reservations
the United Stales. Britain.
France. Holland. Greece, Can-
ada. Australia. Denmark. Sweden.
Norway, even the Latin American
stateshad either opposed the
resolution or abstained the vole.
The basic reason for Israel tak-
ing the stand she didher grow-
ing relations with the Afro-Asian
Stateswas understood; notwith-
standing that reason, it was felt.
Israel's support of the resolution
had offended a tried and trusted
friend. And South Africa, it was
pointed out on all sides, had been
a particularly good friend of Is-
rael's, it was not only one of
the first countries to give Zion-
ism official Government support;
it was also sympathetic to the
efforts made by South African
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Former President Harry S. Truman stresses the importefnct
of Israel Bonds as a decisive channel of American aid to Is-
rael. Truman was principal speaker at an Israel Bond d.n-
ner in Denver, Colo., at which Dr. Adolph Kiesler. veteran
Jewish communal leader, was desiqnated Colorado's "Man
of the Century'' Shown at the dinner are (left to riqht' Gov.
Stephen L. R. McNichols, of Colorado; Mr. Truman; Dr. Kies-
ler, holdinq the plaque qiven him by Dr. Joseph J. Schwarh,
vice president of the Israel Bond Orqanization (extreme riqht).
Jews to raise funds for the work
of Zionism.
Cabinet ministers appeared on
Zionist platforms, giving then-
blessing to Zionist campaigns,
South Africans as suchand es-
pecially Afrikaners, whose own
national struggle helped them to
understand the justice of the
Jewish national strugglebecame
warmly pro-Israel. "We have all
in the past." said Dr. Schneider,
"rejoiced at the friendly rela-
tions which existed between our
country and Israel. All the more.
therefore, do we regret thess un-
happy developments. They have
been very painful to ever\ Je
who loves South Africa and abo
cherishes and hopes to continue
his association with the Holy
Land."
The newspapers nave canvass-
ed Jewish reactions and found Dr
Schneider's feelings echoed
everywhere. The Prime Mini-
ter. Dr. Verwoerd, delivering i
policy address at Roodcpeor on
the same night as Dr Schneider
was speaking in Pretoria, said h
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Friday. December 21. 1962
had already received widespread
indications of South African Jew-
ry's dismay, (it had been ;i spon-
taneous reaction: from m.i >
parts of the country, Jew. hid
sen) him telegrenti deploring Is-
rael's vote.) Dr. Verwoerd show-
ad ;< warm appreciation <>r the
reaction. "My strongest sym-
pa'^y" he said. i> with South
African Jewry in this situation."
Everyone must clearly distin-
juish. lie said, between South
African Jewry and the Com,"
nient of Israel, in the situation
which had arisen, "it is the Gov-
ernment of Israel.'" he raid,
which has taken the decision, I
ain convinced that South African
Jewry is deeply disturbed and
(iocs not agree with what the
Government of i-rael has done
Uncomfortable Questions
In takmi this stand, he was
moving constructively forward
from Ms reaction to Israel's sim-
ilar vote last year. He was also
living a clear lead to the coun-
try against associating anti-Jew-
i~h feeling with the reaction to
Israel's vote.
He put some uncomfortable
questions to Israel. Having vot-
ed for the resolution, was she go-
ing to be consistent and carry it
out? Her ties with South Atnca
meant more to Israel than to
South Africa: was -he yoine to
sacrifice them, knowinu how that
would affect Jews in South Afri-
ca? Had she considered that
where sanctions were concerned,
Fews, because of the prominent
part they played in commerce in
Si nth Africa, might be among
the hardest hit? And would
South African Jewry, he wonder-
ed, >Ull send gifts to Israel, and
ber sons to settle there''
The Johannesburg 'Star.'' South
Urica's leading English daily,
I bought th<' Prime Minister was
carrying the issue too far. "It
would be well," it said, "to un-
derstand the position in which Is-
rael finds itself in the present
ideological offensive. Situated

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for people of all ages.
on the fringe of the Alrican
world and surrounded and threat-
encd by Arab States, it can cer-
tainly not afford to incur thcTios-
tility ol a continent. It remains
to be seen what action it will, in
fact, take to implement the reso-
lution for which it \ote.l ... II
would be good diplomacy not to
press Israel too hard t<> make
these decisions now. Sanctions
are an embarrassment it may
well be anxious to avoid."
Showing Disapproval
The "Star" also opined it would
be unfair to expect South African
Jews to break their associations
with Israel. "That they have
close family and sentimental ties
with Israel is inevitable and in
many respects both praise-
worthy and beneficial to South
Africa In much the same way.
must English-speaking people
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have similar tics with Rritain, a
tact which has been and still is
Sreatly to South Africa's advant-
age."
The leading Afrikaans weekly.
T)aj;breek," look a different
view. While it welcomed the state-
ment made by the Chairman of
the Hoard of Deputies, it hoped
South African Jews would take
steps to show in the economic
field its disapproval of Israel's
attitude. If. it said, "the South
African fountain which has so
beneficently showered monetary
and other will will dry up. Mr.
Ben-Gurion may have second
thoughts."
(in this aspect, a joint state-
ment by the Board ot Deputies
and the Zionist Federation, pub-
lished as I write, makes the at-
titude ol South African Jewry
abundantly clear. The statement
Continued on Page 16-D
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By BEN NATHAN
h live been reading of late d the difficulti" Je
Ish novelists have encountered in their attempts
at defining the character of the American Jew
The lamentations of the novelist are open to sym
pathy. He isn't after a single uncompromising
answer. He doesn't challenge us so with cold-
ii ~-i All the pooi novelist wants is a few un-
erring Fundamentals on which the flesh ol his fic-
tion can plausibly come I i rest. He is gi
content with even the sk i] I number ol bones
if only he wore certain they were both the real and
the right bones, and proDeri) belonged to the ani-
mal in question. The animal in question is the
American Jew.
For Jewish fiction-makers the American .lew
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site of too many self-excluding variables, they
say, and the variables are in persistent conflict
with each other be>ides The fiction maker-, also
claim that the American Jew is in fact N divisive.
so split inwardly and outwardly, that any attempt
to characterize him is doomed from the start to
end in dissatisfaction and inadequacy. Boiled
down, what the novelists arc in fact saying is that
the American Jew is unfit to the purposes of ser-
ious fiction.
Not a Simple Gam*
What actual justification exists for this asser-
tion? There is no justification whatever for the
complaint of the fiction makers that the inclusive
personality of the American Jew is simply too in-
ordinate and indefinable to be rendered under the
norms of ordinary novelizing Neither i> there
any justification for the complaint that if the
writer deals with one aspect ol this nebulous Amer-
ican Jewish personality then he must neglect other
aspects of character that may he equally as mean-
ingful. Admittedly a problem" exists. One-
would think that the very gist of the problem
should inspire the American Jewish fiction maker
to something loftier than a continual whining about
how impossible it is to translate the American
-
T10US.
-hat
Jewish imare into words If a man like
can treat so successfully the pervasive
inn; p*-rnie..tes the South, and win the \.
for ooing it. then surely some Ami
writer oiuht at least to do likewise on
his own constituents. Or is it that oobo
yet arrived <;' ite tfl to the B(
menf
I am in fact in utter lympath) i'l
rrs who can't quite seem to get the Je
.,- :h i i r. all) deeply appreclati
; lexitj Involved. I don't mock the cum
n< -- of Hi- task. What is hard in it ha- nun
i asons Hut I also contend that tl
for the difficulty are not particularly m
Anyone reading this publication knows
they arc Everyone knows absolutely \
trouble i even if writing a novel a
the last thing that ever entered one's he
I hope however that I haven't gnei im.
pression that the eternal see-saw game ". iron"
by the historic Jew was so simple a pair- .- not
to create r eternal bafflement What was | ,i.i>
agony, always, If now in the year of 1982 the
Jewish writer i- confused and in parah -...
he has a right to Ik-. The Jew is a perpet\.. Duad.
To the degree that his Cod is One. the Jev. is Two.
Mow could it be otherwise? If One were BO un-
ship One the worship would be ine.mingle The
Jew is the continual embodiment of ptrttoal
schizophrenia He i< always what he is not That's
his imposed destiny. He is always in reverse re-
flection to himself It's what accounts (Of that
anguish of his Bui '.hen. how can one den) the
suspicion that the Duad the Jew bears In himsell
and the Duad history lias impost I on m
not indeed the verj evidences ol lui actual ur
.gated Oneness? of course, novettsta, even Jew-
ish ones, nurtured on the gross materials tics f
th.- twentieth century can'l quite be expected i
envision the subtlety of the dialectic lavolvcd.
They have no mini! for the mysteries. And who
has no mind for these can hardly be expected 10
see in the contemporary Jew anything bu- the re
flection of his own unutterable c infusion. At any
rate it could do our unhappy J* sh writes* no
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Friday. December 21. 1962
h; rm to ponder again the reiterated symbol of
the Jewish cobbler, who with his overworking
... le has become the image of the Jew's (ask-
I LupadkBr the dlapwata worlds the Jew has
chosen to oecupy ail at once, if achieving
Viluid, has been the Jew1, consistent
...ton in me pusi, nuw much more so must 11
wben the very earth he resides on i- un-
threat "i decimation?
novelist "\i ht not be overly distraught
tl constant division In the Jew, the unend-
[mentation he observe In thai rragmen-
lies the answers he thinks he can'l find
wtilcr who sees only dispari j in the quah.
. ( the modern Jew either accept the e
i whal thej are, and weave ins vision trom
. (.1 let him bind the middle "i his body with
irtel so that hi' can be forever enjoined to le-
er thai there are always two halves, and let
; r deal with each accordingly. There's definite-
l> a way out but he has to work for it some-
. harder than he's tried thus far.
Of course the problem faced In the American
J ish novelist in dealing with the American Jew
a- subject has its special attributions. It would
do is all well to remember that the novel itself
i- ;. comparatively recent literary form, and that
prii r to the Jewish writers who sprang up a- .<
jr^'.ip in the Eastern Europe of the last century
were no Jewish writers, that is. who at-
. npted to take their place in the sell conscious
liurarv tradlions that had by then thoroughly per-
\;.ded the European continent. The nineteenth
n'iury witnessed the Jew writing abeut the Jew
for the first time on a completely literary, fictional
ba-is. We cannot dismiss lightly what this inno-
n symptomized.
The Liberal Cod*
It symptomized the fact that the verj nest of
J.i.iopean Jewish Orthodoxy had been invaded te
,- very heart by the llberalistic, essentially sec-
. r, Furopean intellectual" codea code that
routs first in the Christian Protestant and
In tne equally Christian French Revolution.
.forth the Jewish writer for the first I'.nie
teumbed to seeing himself and ln> people pri-
: as a cultural phenomenon Prom this point
i Ihfl world of Jew about Jew was no longei
ured tor its exigetical value, but gave itself
vJenisti fkrffWrim
'Mead to regarding Jewish life and thought as
essentially .- drama.
" Jewish writer ... time, sensing the seP-
''" from the tradjffbns of his lather, came to
!""' bis .Kv..shness as a lost bride. He longed
for what he knew must leave him. and for what
JC I" he must leave ton. and therefore wove
bis ao from a desire for A reassociation that in
his heart he realized would never again be poss-
>'"''' Bui ai leas) the Eastern European Jewish
writer had .: much easier than his contemporary
Vmeilcan counterpart He was al least in the
mity of his loss, lie was al least still in
the real angel wh ise wings would
' me e.i Friday nights and not depart until the
na\ 'I. IIah v as over.
Apocolyptic Times
Small wonder then that the American Jew-
i.-h novelist is puzzled. We live in an age that
might be called the politic of the worm. Every.
thing is rather persistently gritty. Nonetheless,
musi we assume that the American Jewish nov-
elist requires special conditions for his inspira-
tion? Can he function only in the time of great
events or transitions? One would ordinarily think
that his very anxiety would lead him into the sense
of definition he feels reality, particularly Jewish
reality, lacks. But then, of course, as we hinted
already, maybe there is no one on the present
scene with the proper capacity? Maybe all we
have around at the moment is an abundance of
small-fry? And small-fry always whine! Maybe
there just isn't anyone gifted enough?
However, in al! fairness. I can find one more
a ditional .-.nil I believe valid excuse lor the de-
lemma ot the American Jewish writerand that
is that we may be living in apocolyptic times ac-
tually, or very close to the verge of them. Poss-
ibly then the fiction-maker is no longer adequate
to the age Possibly what the crisis demands is
not novelists but prophets. 1'ossibly it is incum-
upon Judaism to produce one at the juncture
;:t which humanity will either explode his earth
or make contact with his moon When is a better
time for prophets than now? Novelists are after
all only a hy-product of the culture of the spirit.
Thai a prophet should even appear in this land is
rot without its grain of probability. Even Moses,
after all. received the Word in Egypt.
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Prior to leaving for some of the "trouble spots"
during the Cuban crisis, Jewish recruits, grad-
uates of the U.S. Marine Corps Training Cen-
ter in San Diego, Calif., attend a religious ser-
vice conducted by Navy Chaplain Garson
Goodman. Chaplain Goodman is one of the
Jewish chaplains in the U.S. Armed Forces, re-
cruited, endorsed and served by the Commis-
sion on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Nanonal
Jewish Welfare Board, who took on addifional
religious and welfare work as a result at the
critical international situation. JWB's Armed
Forces and Veterans Services also mocdized
its resources to meet the human needs of GU
and their dependents affected by the vcbj] re
deployment.
What a Christian Should Know of Chanuka
By RABBI SAMUEL M. SILVER
Recently a church official ask-
ed me to K've him a summary of
the significance of Chanuka This
i- hat I replied:
with Christinas beginning to
effervesce on all sides these days.
Americans might l>e interested in
knowing more about the Jewish
winter festival which often ad-
joins Christmas in the calendar.
and sometime! i- erroneously re-
ferred to as the "Jewish Christ-
mas." Chanuka is a holiday in
it> own right and has behind it
an intriguing story.
Pronounced with a gargle, Cha-
nuka is a Hebrew word meaning
dedication." The holi la). ob-
served for eight days, i- so call-
ed because it commemorates the
re-consecration of the ancient
temple in Judea some it;:, years
before the Christian era.
Guerilla Tactics
The sanctuarj had to be reded-
icated because it had been con-
taminated by the Syrian minions
of a monarch named A '>chus.
Heir, by several remove* if one-
third of the empire of A ;andr
the Great, Anttocbus id fr-
cieed that all .>i bis --bjwu
must pay him UUtSS n *\n
adopt his kind "i lolatt
Everyone within his he
did as Antiochui commas I I a
cept for the Inhabitants tmj
Judea. Taxes th < .ould y w
bend their knee to the M
gods the Judea it ould Bet
The resuli tvai >n< of ta- tiorI
lopsided conflict! ". hls''.!'.Y Tl
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Friday. December 21, 1962
an*P Judear. forces, led by the
redoubtable Jodah Maccabec ayd
his four brotSTv seemed to have
rary a chance to stand off the
^g;l but stand them off they did
In three year- of warfare, dm
ing which tor the first time in
battlefield annals, guerilla tac-
tics were employed, the tough
.ludeans deteated their far more
mirm-rous foes. To do this the)
had to cope with the first record
ell use of tlephants as milltan
devices. To do this they had to
., | rabbinical authority to vio-
late the Sabbath, for the sly
Syrians kept attacking on the
.it-wish rest day until the Judeans
decided it a* better t<> live on
their feet than die on their knees.
To do this th-y had to be inspired
to incredible heights of intrepid
it) by the c i se which enlisted
their efforts.
\ictoriou-. the Judeans pro-
(fldaJCl to clein-e the temple. A
legend has i| thai the amount
oi oij avajlab e to kindle the
Bw rnal Light in the sanctuary
iOUgl 01 I) one day, but
nlously endured lor eight
The it nd is .! dramatic
i: saying thai a good cause
; at t.r-- b) few, will win
aucaaented nport if sealousl)
pecaned. Tie lv>ii i\'ht 1 -t> -. with an addition-
al taper lit in the holiday candle-
bruin each night. Special pray
era and acngs, gift-giving and
contributions V> charity, remind-
ers oi the debt we owe to the
\aIor of freedom fighters of all
age*, arc all rehearsed in iyna>
M and home.
d the Chaauka story actual
Iv take place" Yes, it did. The
sat.i is chronicled in the Books
of the Maccabees, part of the
post biblical leries of narratives
knowri as the Apocrypha. Coins
bearing the name of Simon the
UaceabM have been unearthe in tile Holy Laid. Is it possible
for a fen J^nieans to have tri-
lf^$/?#fer/c/i^/7
New fc S A PrS1,dent f B nai B ri,h Wome^ meets in
-i > Anti-pefamation Leaque executives to discuss
nn ^ E'T^ fr,^e lea once to be held in 1961 A hiqhhqht of the observance will
ir 3 d 'Jhe L*atue> ann"l America's Democrat-
ic legacy to President Kennedy at a dinner in Washington,
'ioi7 .u3V The Anti-Defamation Leaque was orqanized
in 131 j as the first sectarian orqanization to devote itself "to
occuie justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike. Left to
r.qht are Nathan C. Belth, ADL's public relations director;
Mrs. Kudler; and AIex?ndr F. Miller, director of the Leaque's
community service division.
umphed over so mighty a host?
Skeptics should remember George
Washington, the R.A.F. vs. the
Luftwaffe, and the exploits of
the fighting Jews of Israel, the
latter-day Maccabeans who held
off seven Arab nations determin-
ed to bash them into the sea
Freedom of Conscience
During the festive and uplift-
ing Christmas season, many Jews
are swirled into the holiday's or-
bit. This is understandable, it
would also make sense for Chris-
tians to share in the Chanuka
spirit, for were it no: for the
bravery of those who gave the
world Chanuka, monotheism as
a faith might have disappeared
and Judaism would have lacked
the vigor to give birth to Chris-
tianity 165 years following the
Ifaccabean events. And Chris-
tians need only turn to the Tenth
Chapter of the Book of John to
learn that Jesus celebrated the
Feast of Dedication of Lights, as it sometimes is
known).
The first recorded struggle for
freedom of conscience in the an-
nals of history. Chanuka merits
the decent respect of all who
cherish the light of liberty.
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MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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FROM
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Three Jewish laymen, representing the Con-
servative. Reform and Orthodox branches of
American Jewry, receive the 1962 Synagogue
Statesman Awards "for consecrated service
to our people" at the annual awards dinner
of the Synagogue Council of America. Left to
right are Benjamin Lazarus, dinner chairman
and chairman of the SCA National Advisory
Council: Joseph S. Wohl (Conservative, of
Cedcrhurst, L.I.; Adm. Lewis L. Strauss (Re-
form', of Washington. D.C.; Herbert Tenzer
(Oorthodox', of Lawrence. L.I.; and Rabbi
Julius Mark, president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil. Some 400 religious, civic and communal
leaders were present at the recent dinner in
New York.
Israel's Pavilion at the New York Fair
Continued from Page 4-D
diatcly both here and in New York
where the site for the Israel pavil-
ion was chosen. Israel architects
were invited to submit plans for
the pavilion structure in a com-
petition presided over by a panel
of leading Israeli and foreign
architects.
Meanwhileand after the com-
petition's winner was announced
there came the devaluation of the
Israel pound "turning" the cost of
participation in the Fair from I
3.600.000 ($2,000,000) to 16,000,-
000. The matter was then brought
up again for reconsideration by the
Cabinetand this time few dis-
agreed with Eshkol that the COSt
was prohibitive and incompatible
v ith the trend of the Govern
merit's New Kconomic Policy.
On top of that, there came the
objections to the New York Fair
raised by the Bureau of Interna-
tional Exhibitors of which Israel
i- a member and which forbade its
members to participate in the Fair
The objections of B.I.E. were bas-
ed on the ground that the New
York Fair did not meet a major
provision governing that organiza-
tion's policy: that the ho>t country
mu.st provide the grounds for the
pavilions free of charge.
The reversal of its earlier favor-
able decision bv the l>rael Cabinet
prompted chiefly by financial
consideration?was met with
strong objections from varioui
quarters in the United States, es-
pecially from Jewish quartm,
which urged the Government to re-
consider the matter. It was point-
ed out thut by not particip.' -.
rael would miss a great opportun-
ity to display its achievements ani
progress before the millu'.j
people expected to visit the car
long Exhibition.
Again, the matter was br-urtt
before the Cabinet, which ggain re-
versed itself and approved th<- S3.
000.000 budget for the erecti* I
Continued on Page IJ-D
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*Jmisti fkridHctin

Gen. Allenby Was a Modern Maccabee
Page 13-D
Continued from Pag* 5 D
1'iilars of Wisdom, Lawrence hasl-
ed off lo Allenby s H.Q. jn
item to tender his congrat-
1 found the great man unmov-
except for the light In hia
>a as Bols bustled in ever; IS
nutta with news of some wid-
ows. Allenby had been ,
before he started, thai to
the result a.s almo i bore-

two British generals be-
lam had never i ven got to
baM with the Turk V I
(,en. Allenby himself ha.I not
>. outstanding tor his brill-
i' before taking command of
the Egyptian Expeditmnary Force
hree years after tht- outbreak of
IT, What. then, had broim'n
t this miracle?
\- far as Allenby was concern-
re was no miracle. Quite
he was getting inside in-
tiofl about the Turks from
up of young Jews in Pales-
i These early Sabras had
itel themselves to ht-lpin-.;
the British as a means of obtain-
I iiional liberation for the
No Miracle for Him
The cat was let out of the bag
I Few years later, by the gen
Ury Intelligence at the War Of-
fice during the war years. He
was giving a lecture at the Roy-
id Military Academy at Woolwich
on "The Victory of English In-
telligence in 1918."
Someone wno is looking
from the sidelines, lacking knowl-
edge about the situation, is like-
ly to think that Allenby took un-
warranted risks. That is not
true. For Allenby knew with
certainty from his intelligence
(in Palestine) of all the prepara-
tions, and all the movements of
n enemy. All the cards o
enemj \ ere revealed to him, and
so he seuMsplaji hi-, hard wtth
ice. Under I
conditions victors was certain be-
fore In bi gan."
espionage group, known as
had Irl
I" bj the suci i
the Palestine i
them enjoj the fruil
ry, for they were disci i
i Turks |
' under way.
" '' :!>< leading mi mbers
of N'ili lost their lives. ihem Mas -hut while crossing the
' to make contact with the
British. S.irab Aaron so tin. i,|
Zichron. and her cousin died un-
der torture Two others were
hanged at Damascus on the day
that Allenby entered Jerusalem."
Whin the war ended, every-
body tried to forget that Nili had
ever existed the Jewish com-
munity of Palestine, because they
had suffered from the Turk- as
wen as Nili, when the spy ring
was discovered; the British be-
their pn v alignment
i it mon convenient for
i in racli
Al!ei i lie liberated
hanuka
here was a nice one lying in
wait for his i the Nili,
irs later. A It u yi
a writer (mj elf, to be i .
d act
:' idter oi dead
rj and petty local
' ich hrou Ii I it, i pre-
orld in a
I "The Si i< publish-
in London.
Nov a Hollywood film company
has bought the book and a five
million 0 o 11 a r production is
scheduled to begin in Israel in
1963 The film will be (.died
The Towel ol Fire."' Mark Bob-
son, oi He.; Lion Films, will be
producing,
And acting as advisors will be
four elderly menthe survivors
oi Nili,
Israel's Decision Came Hard To
Pass Up the New York Fair
Continued from Pagt 12-D
the pavilion. Following this de-
cision, a special Authority was
established whose director left
for New York to start work. Two
weeks later, he returned, and the
report he brought back was that
because of the time lost and other
factors the budget now required
was not $2,000,000 but close to
$3,000,000.
The general contention was that
in the face of the great needs con-
fronting Israel in the field of ab-
sorption of new immigrants and
in the field of security. Israel could
not afford to spend I nine mill-
ion on the Fair. Such an expendi-
ture at this juncture, it was felt,
would be out of proportion to Is-
rael's means and its needs in
vital areasoutside the Exhibition
Grounds. Thus, the final decision
was taken, with much regret, but
indeed, with little choice.
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874 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 373-3433
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To All Happy Holidays
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Telephone TU 7-4051
To All Greetings
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Page 14-D
* knit* fkiktour,
Friday, December 21,
1962
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The Heritage of the Maccabee Victory
Continued from Paje 4-D
;,!) a half million Jews are de-
nied elementarj religious free-
doms; where so many synagogues
have been closed) ted no per-
mission has been given for the
erection <-f new ones, that in many
cities with considerable Jewish
populations Jews have no place
to go to worship their Cod in
their own way; where the home
manufacture or importation of
Jewish religious articles or foods
such as matzohs are forbidden
by the Government; and where
the teaching of the Hebrew lan-
guage, the language of the Jew
ish religion, is taboo.
Protest Russian Attitude
And together with religious
freedom, the cultural freedom of
a secular nationality is also de-
nied to Jews in Soviet Russia. No
recognition is given by the Com-
munists to the Yiddish language,
the language which a half-mill-
ion Soviet Jews still speak, even
by the Communists' own stalls-
tits No Yiddish books are pub
lished, 00 newspaper-, only one
Yiddish bimonthly magazine with
a circulation of 21.000, hardly any
schools where the Yiddish lan-
guage is taught.
We in the democratic world,
who live outside the Communist
iron Curtain, have protested
against this denial of freedom to
Soviet Jewry, and will continue
to protest as long a- tli< Russian
Government will continue '.ins
i Ucj ol repression. We -hall
continue to hope lhat out pro
U-.-t.s will eventually bear fruit.
In the independent State of Is-
rael, today, there is no struggle
lor religious freedom against
some external power which would
suppress that freedom, though
there are internal religious con
flicts which flare Up from tune
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Ph. 691-0401
Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof (left), spiritual leader of Rodeph
Shalom Temple of Pittsburgh for 30 years, delivered the prin-
cipal address at the annual dinner of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America recently in New York City. Judge Samuel
I. Rosenman (right), advisor to Presidents Franklin D. Roose-
velt and Harry S. Truman, presented the Synagogue States-
man Awards to Adm. Lewis L. Strauss, Herbert Tenzer and
Joseph S. Wohl "for outstanding service to Judaism."

to time, conflicts in which the
nun Orthodox accuse the Ortho-
dox of exercising too much heg>
many over Israeli life and of lim-
iting the religious freedom of the
non Orthodox These conflicts,
understandable in the light ol
Jewish historic evolution, do not
however endanger the existence
Of the Jewish State
But as far as Us political inde-
pendence is concerned, Israel to-
day, almost fifteen yean alter
it came into being, must still
maintain a crushing burd : "l
armaments to defend itself
against hostile Arab neighbc
states that still proclaim then in-
tention of de-li i.i.r It fa
technically at war "::h the-e
Arab states, though an armisUO
is being enforced .?nd it- horrtm
at present an quiet. Hut Nrad
never can tell when wai maj
flare up again BBd it may have
to fight for its -ry life.
And so. at th.- time rfcar.'iuj
when we light am* Candles for
eight days and celebrate the an-
cient Jewish -r egle lor reli-1
gious and political freedom hie* I
ended victoriously for the Jwt,
we might bear .:- mind Uwt the
Jewish Straggle '-' roUgioui ani
while Israel ha- achieved poi*> I
cal independence is a member |
of the United Nations and mail
tains all the appuptenano
sovereign stat> hat ii
ence is not tak n tor grant" the Arab world d must
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Friday,
December 21. 1962
LEGAL NOTICE
*J(**Ut nrrirtiriir,
-,CE OP APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
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IN 1:1: Estate of
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v,i> n, > l"i Appllcanl
li 1-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57800-C
, \ 1:1: Estate of
lU'DULF H BCHMITT,
IH .i-.,l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons rlav-
, in ... i nun,I- A-.iin-i Bald
You are hereb) notified and reqmr-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL C.RCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 12849
li .SKI- IN \ SANCHI /
Plaintiff.
i:ii.i m:i, i kanchftz,
|i, f, inlunl
NOTiCE OF PUBLICATION
TO: l".l LOOK) SANCHEZ,
Addi i 'nknoM n
YOC, i:i i.i;|ii SANCHEZ, Address
1'nknown, are required i" file your
answer to the 'omplalnl fo 11
whli Hi. Clerk ,.i the b i i
and sei n cop) Un i eof upon I INi i
P. Ni:, IRETTI, Attoi ne). l-l I Con-
gress in.i-.. .ii N.E, 2nd an. n i.'. Mi-
ami, i-loi Ida "ii or bi foi Hi, ^-li day
of Janu ni. 1981, or else implalnt
will be taki n .,- confi ssed.
I ...... HI Mil...... I ioi Ida Un- 30th
da) of November, 1982.
i: II LKATHEUM \N\ Clerl
Clri I :.| i
I scull B) : C. I' i 'i H'ELANI i
It) Clerk
12 7-11-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 13066
ARNl I I l\ INU8TI IN .I A
I'laintlff,
\ H.
MARION SAl'NBKRS JAMES,
Befendii II
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i: Marlon Sa unders Janu .-
:.i i.ii..iu sn.-.i
Montlcello, New York
You MARION 8AUNDBRS JAMES
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint i"..i Divorce baa been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a cop) of your Answer or Plead-
big i,. Hi, BUI of Complaint on in,-
plaintiffs Attorney, Banford n [Cra-
mer, One Lincoln Road Building, Mi-
ami Reach, Florida and fl!.- the >,ii^-
iinil Answer or Pleading In the office
of Hi. Clerk of the circuit Court on
,.i before the Till day of January,
1989 it' you fail to ilo so, judgment
by default will be lak.-n against you
for the relief demanded in ilu- BUI of
Complaint.
Thi- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN.
DONE A.N1> ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tliis- .".Hi day of December,
A 11. 1962,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk,
i 'Ircult i'.iii'I. Bade I louni >. 1- loi .,Im
(seal) B) : 1. SNEEDEN
1 i,'|,iiiy i'lerk
-A.NIul'.H II KRAMER
in,- I.im-,,In Road Blilg,
Miami Beach, Fiorlda
\u,,i n, y for Puilnild
12 7-1 1-21-28
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
fJewisfr fhoridliiain
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I II 3-4605
lor messenger service
LEGQ.L NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20875
NOTICE IS iii:i:i:i:y CIVEN 'lilt
i: Leaf, holder nl I Hialeah Tas
Sale Certificate No. i m Issued the
2ath da) of Ma) \ I'. I5, has i1 I
-..in, in n,\ office, and bas made ap-
plication for .i lax deed I" be issued
thereon. Said i 'erttficate i n bi.,. i
in. following described property In
the < 'ountj "i I lade, Slate uf Floi Ida,
to- '
!.. i v Block 126, Hialeah 17th Addn
Anni I'lal Bis* : I I'agi 9, Sei lion
7. Township .". South, Rang) il
East in ih. Clu of Hialeah, County
of l lade, State of Florida.
Thi :, ssessmi nl ol sh Id
under the said rtlfh ate ".is In iii*
name ,,i: Clco. L. Nyi
i nl, -s salil rl in, ii, shall be re-
deemed according to law, the erop-
erty described herein "ill be Bold to
ih.. high, si bidder at the Court I
.1..... on thi Mum Iu In U"
month ,.< January, 1983, which is ilie
71 ii day of .lann. 1963
Dated this 26th da) ol November,
1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of i ii. nil Court,
I lade Count). Florida
is,-.ili By: R. 41 IJiEPER
Deputy Clerk
II :'.". !: 7-1 t-'Jl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN. th it
th undorsurned, desiring to engfte in
business under the fictitious name of
ECON-O-WASH LAUNDRY at 16.">23
N.E. 6th Avenue, Miami, Dado Coun-
ty, Florida Intends to reglsti r Bald
name with the Clerk ,.i the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
herbert ereeman
entf:hprises, inc.
By: Herbert Freemnn, President
HARRIS & ROBINSON
Attorneys for Applicant
12th Floor Dade 1 'ederal Bldg,
Miami ::J. Florida
12/14-21-28. 1 4
Ih.

mt
CE BY PUBLICATION
1 llh MT Mn'KWi '
.. K si, Rndlcott, N Y
hereb) notified itoal -i
;. i ..I. ha :..... filed
,ni j ...| in hen b) i
..f > our An-" t
ulalnl ..n Hi. Ilalntlfl
l.i:sTi:it IKM1ERS, win-.
N \\ 1 III, s M
file il......iginal ,.f voul
.
lit in ami
nti Florl la, n ir b, -
da I .lann.,
huh the Complaint ill

-'ih dm ,,f Novi
in the circuit court of the
LlEvemh judicial circuit in
and for dade county.
flor.da in chancery.
No. 62C 12804
m un i' \Rnf:\ m.i,
r
\ -
, i iTlitii m;n i:v m.i
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Ti i PlETRi m:m:\ \i.i
l:. i i I nun,... n
^, i| un. IM i:..i:i NOTIF'IEI
, ,i :,. iresent any claims and demands
you ma) have againsl the es-
. ,f ltriH>LF 11 SCHMITT de-
DADE County, Flor-
ida, I- ih- County .iniic.s ,.i Dade
I nl.- the sain,- in their I-
in the County Courthouse
month
Florida, within six i.'.ii-
ii.tii ill.- date of th


NOT iCb UNDfc"
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS III REBY lllVEN that
. 1,. .i desiring '
- un.I. i :i......u...ii.- nami "l
I.. iNlHLN VRMS HOTEL al i
Hits Vvenu. Miami Bi i< I I
. to regisli r ss witn
ai \/.i:i. CORP
Soli i^ II, l
blMON, HAYS I CRI N iV
tpplkatnl
12 ll-;l
.,,'-..' .....
M \KV C MINI A M.I,
,,l iii, o .ir. requln d to fill
\: -s,, \. i'l, the L'U i K ol the
,1.......un and wrve cop) thereof
,l|."li saaii i.i. li d.li AS I i.. '
17 K\\ 17th Avi -
i. Mi., l- "i Ida, ......
..Hi, mi-. Di rei
,.....nfi ,u la nten againsl
i,.,'. d Ihi !9th 'i f Novi
i: |i LEATHERMAN
Clerk the t Ircnll CoOl
:, hereof, oi
hi i.. bai ,1
JOSH REPHCN
Exei ui"'
. H 1l REPHCN. .Mi, in, )
lhal ;;,, \\ ushiiiKlon \\
i:, .nl,. Florida
211
12 T -1 1 21 28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUTri *' ** MtJ
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
in v.n,i-CMY
No. 62C 12931
FRANK BRENNER,
Vl\ IAN BRENNER,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I, \ IV1AN BRBNNER
|'t",-..,. M',1 ,1 A\ .'."'
Kew Gardens, N.-w York
,, .........in here-
to notified thai Bill of Complaint
,,,, |,|v, i, bas > n filed against sou,
;l gre required to gery. a tajpy
"i your Answer or Pleading to the
HHI ..I Complain j | 1gJ,,JJn,,1"
attorne) HAROLD I SPAET K,
i. i. .Miami Beach, ii-i-
i.i i ami lib tni Answer or
Phadlng I" th. "li.....I "v >1"'k1:1"
,,, ,- court "ii r '" jn
II you fa"
. default will be
Ihe i.li
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l.th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 12862
IREAT SOCTHERN CO., INC
!'......i corporation,
I'l.iintli'l.
\.-.
i.i i\\ m:i i THOMAS SMITH, -1 al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
In EDWARD THOMAS SMITH
::.-:' Falrvfew Avenue
Pairvti w. Ni Jei Be)
IHM-: R1TTE SMITH
:,,,: I Hudson Boulevard
North Bergen, New Jerse)
YOl" ARE HFIREBY NOTIFIED thaj
a suit hag been brouffhl against you
h) tIREAT SOCTHERN CO., INC.,
In the above-entitled Court, to fore-
close a mortgagi encumbering the
following described property, to-wit:
Loi :. In Block :'T. of i.i:ist i:;:
CITY SECTION TWO, according i"
th,. plat tin reofi n corded In I'lat
Hook ',::. ,,i page -^. of the public
i., i- o( i 'n.i, Count). Florl Is
and you me required i" file yojur an-
swer' "iili the Clerk of
Court .,! IM.!,- County, Florida, at the
Courthouse In Miami, Florida, ,>n or
Jaitoer) ". li"... .un. :
i ,p) ..I -i,ii answer U|mn MAl.KS.
HEIMAN, KAPLAN & CATKMAN,
l'lainllii"H attorneys, wliose ai
i- Kiev.-ii-l n'n Bulldlna, 1130 8.W.
i sir. M ., nl 16, Florida, ,,n or
before said date, as required b) the
laws of l' lorlda If > ou fall i" ,i" so,
ni.- complaint "ill I"' taken a* con-
f, --...i b) !"ii and ii ii. i'i" '"ii-
r, .... will he entered against v.,u for
||i ... in.,. ,i,..l in the eoiflplalnt.
BATED iiii- 80th da.\ ,,: November,
1962
i: r.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
ii Court, Bade Count) Florida
(seal) B) K. Al I.YAIA.N
i'. .ni) Clerk
Myers, Herman, Kaplan .< Catsman
! i. >.-n-i'iii' Itulldlmi
s u st Street
Malml i
12 7-F4-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVK.N that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TRANl"ORTATioN SERVIfJH CO.
at I:i77 N", rili Easl 26 Avenue, North
Miami Beach, Florida Intends 10 reg-
ister sail name "iiii the Clerk of ihe
Circuit Court of Dade County, Plors
lila.
Wll.l.lAAI .1 LAMBERT1
Sole i iwner
a.ni;i:i.ii ai.i
Attorney for Applicant
12 14-21-28, l I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
CASE NO. 62C 13341
I RANI 'IS,',' An N I'F'S,
Plaintiff, 1
% -.
V'ERl 'Mi'A S. All iN'TKS
I HI, n.lanl.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
in VERONICA S MONTES
V.7I West l2 Si.....i. Ant -
New York City 12, NY.
Y, !'. VERONICA s MONTES, ,1
West 162 Street, Apartment 51. N,-w
York City, New York, are required t'1
i'ii, your answer to Ihe uomplatnt for
Divorce, with the Clerk of the above
Court, and serve n copv thre.......'"
Ohio I" Negretti, Attorney, 910-n
Congress Bldg., in N.E, 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida, on ,,i before January
Hid, ii o complaint will be
lain ii a- ponfessi d.
i luted thtt i.iii di ) ..i Bi cembi r,
1962.
E, B. I.i: VTHERMAN
Clerk
meal) B) : C. P. COPELAND
Di puty Clerk
12 i i-:i-:>. i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBV UIVEN that'
Ihe undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name r.f
STl'DEBAKKR-.MIAMI nl 2201 N.E.
2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends
to register said name "iili the Clerk
,.f the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
' Florida
STI'DBBAKER ACTOMOT1VE
s \l ES I'.'Ki-
ll i., in wai corporation
STONE & BITTEL
An,.in... -
12 l l-'.'l-:'<. I l



NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAMI LAW
Ni'YI
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'HERMAN, .'I.
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INC.
Corporation Supplies Rubber Stamps
LEGAL FORMS
936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida
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the (ifficultics which face the
South African Jewish communit>
U ;i result of the recent events
at the United Nations." and re-
affirming that "South African
Jews owe political allegiance to
the Republic of South Africa
alone," the statement goet on to
explain: "It must be stressed,
however, that the love of the
Holy Land is inherent in the very
conception of the Jewish relia
The Jew sees in the revival
the Land of Israel and the
gathering of the Exiles in th,
ancient homeland a fulfillment i
the Biblical prophecies m |
it is his sacred duty to na
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Friday. December 21, 1962 vJewist fkwMMair) ISIDOH H. KRAMIR Beth Tfilah Reelects Kramer .-.(in. ll. Kramer has betn electto serve a third term as presi i Congregation Beth Tfilah. fleers who will serve with him Re Joseph Krantz and Kalik Weiss, vice presidents; Louis Mer r treasurer; Joseph Medoff. financial .secretary; Joseph '.art/, recording secretary; and 1 - Dr. David Kuselewltx, ot New York City, who ".ill speak in HcI tew on "How t<> Teach History FIf(actively m Our Schools." Dr. K.isclewiu hawen associated w th the American Zionist Council • d the Jeviah Agencj Arrangements for the eclebra• >n are in the hands ol Mrs Nor.. Robinowitz, instructor al TernMenorah, and Louis Schwartzan and Dr N'athaniel Soroff, of II of the B ireau "f Jewish 'on. Eshkol Reports To Knesset On Atomic Energy Continued from Page 1-A atomic energj development said that the shares would not dii id< i that the only weri lei i of shan > ol V DOm were represeti••ni the (; .• rnnient. The) trol the mpan) s poUcies, aid \ll shareholder* will sign a Hrsl iver of right-, to the Governent, and he a.--ure,1 the Knesset st the company's activities would ine under control of Parliament II Herat, Uapam, Communist. Derail and Agudat Israel chat%  -ed with the company's formutioa and it-partisan aspect' as ilected in the personalities of e shareholders. ih School Children Mark Chanuka Beth Bmeth Kindergarten chilien were to present a program lor Chanuka on Thursday at 11 a.m. The lirst four classes of Sunday school prepared their Chanuka program under the guidance of Mrs. Mildred Shapnick and Irving t'ohen. which they will present on Sunday. Slstet >>d will .serve reIreshmenti the Altar eight days, and offered burnt offerings with gladness, and sacrificed a sacrifice of deliverance and praise And there was exceeding great gladness among the people, and the reproach of the Gentiles was turned away." Unexpected Freedom The historian Flavius Josephus (37-105 A.C.E.) similarly comments; "Now Judas celebrated the festival of the restoration of the sacrifices of the Temple for eight days; and omitted no*sort of pleasures tbenm: but he feast. ed them upon very rich and spier did sacrifices; and he honored God. and delighted them by hymns and psalms. Nay. they were so very glad at the revival of their customs, when alter a long time of intermission, the) unexpectedly had regained the freedom of their worship, that they made it law for their posterity, that they should keep a festival, on account of the restoration of their temple worship for eight days. And from that time we celebrate this festival and call it lights." Moreover, the Al-Hanissim prayer already found in the Siddur of Rabbi Amram Gaon (sec ond half of the ninth century) states: "thou delivcrest the strong into the hands of the weak, the many into the han;ls of the few, the wicked into the hands of the righteous they appointed these eight days of Chanuka in order to give thanks and praises unto thy great name." When the foe decimated the population of Palestine, the Rabbis were at pains to stress and reassess the eternal and indestructible spiritual values of Judaism. They asserted that the ultimate victory belongs not to those who come with the facts of might but to those who come with the Eternal spirit of God. "Not by might, nor by power but by My spirit." was the idea that the Rabbis endeavored to perpetrate rather than the arid nationalism and military powers of the Hashmonean Dynasty. The miracle of the oil was an expression of the Faith which mspired and dominated the aged Mattathias. founder of the Dynasty who made his immortal stand at Mo;!in. Proudly and fearlessly he declared: "Though. all the nations that are under tho king's dominion obey him. and' fall away everyone from the reli'-'imi of their fathers, yet will I and my sons and my brethren walk in the covenant of our fathers. Whosover izealous for thelaw. and maintaineth the Covenant, let him follow me," a declaration of faith not often remembered much less practised by his descendants. Ore-Sided Struggle The struggle of the Maccabees was more than one of national survival. It was a clash between. two civilizations, the Hebraicand Hellenistic. The Syrians were well entrenched, they had the best arms of the day; tha swiftest horses, the sharpest spears and the strongest chariots. Yet a nucleus of inspired men, untrained, unarmed, weak, drovet the Syrians out of Palestine. In The Feeling That This Letter Will Inspire Other Businesses To Follow Suit rrj,, L*W "^J^J-* H •"•> r* 743i rr. %  f" W to Avenua *•"* %  37, florid, 7e iv / V-*V* 1962 l h,S is a b "*y world. Sometimes it too J< •* **S5Z£** — -* b eco_ 100 busy sv 'n our busy ] ives m y even *ion to act n our £ 7 f Lights ^eemfa i nr f V ^ adven < of for this sea a mumbIe d ^^^P^o^Tc^-^ h. victory of season* the g 7orv h^' ""* ^'"W h m^ SL?7 f •** %  •he world. 9 y f huma freedom; it i s ou? m J* e gi ? ry of *" Wh u m Sf exai, ed crift to What better season to SQV T,„ t Hat Mechanic, wev7 bee T' y U ? 3££ £sszr*& ^W5f as I ist < w Heretofore vve haul *** Tha,,k *>u." a,S ,h • ^^ Qnd munity Fund ha, t PreS3Gd his PPreca^nLf^ appIeciati ". humanitarian and ^Je" dM ^ ^C? ^ Co "nited Fund wJl, „ We,fa e proqrams. We Q !" ~r J conll !" e its r 1ST *—' ^ Ma ,„ d „ iraes in hs 5 From all the Mechanics Family. 64 £.< feck S. Popick. p resident All Dade County Is Urged To Keep The UNITED FUND On The Victory Roadl



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"(Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WELKIY t 5 — Number 51 Miami. Florida. Friday, December 21. 1962 Two Sections — Price 2C %  j.,,.-,,,/,/ x^. | | s rae | Urges UN Adopt Direct Peace Taik Move S :-.e from "The Holiday Spirit," television drama by James Y Efa adapted from the folk tales of Sholom Aleichem, and sponsored by the Eternal Light, of the Jewish Theoloqical S::..nary of America. Scenes such as this will be played I in Jewish homes throughout the world beginning with the lighting of the first Chanuka candle on Friday evening. $1,629,810 Goal Set For Combined Appeal UPTON AND RIFAS TIAM UP PHYSICIANS' LEADER NAMED \ :il of $1,629,810. the first :i goal in several years h.ib n recommended to the board of ri rectors of the Greater Miami ;. %  | delation t>> the campaign committee and the Fed(rati i executive committee, it lounced Wcdnes lay bj Fi resident, Sidney Lcfcourt. Thi >al necessary to meet the I Federation's seven local .iiiii j."> national anil inter: organisations, including Itht-' • ted Jewish Appeal, was calli*< r cent higher than in 1962," ;' was pointed out by the campaign leaders, "If the goal can be met in the coming year, we would consider II a major highlight of our silver anniversary, making this milestone Continued on Page 15 A UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Israel this week made a piea to the United Nations,to adopt a 21member resolution pending in the General Assembly's Special Political Committee, calling for direel peace negotiations between the Arah states and Israel. "However long and stormy this path of negotiation may be," Michael S Comay. Israel's permanent representative here, maintain d, "there does not appear to he any eihcr realistic pa h to a settlement." "It is true," Mr. Comay stated, "that the Arab States are unwilling to walk this path with us. What are the alternatives? There are only two—either to leave the (Arab) refuge* problem unsolved, maybe for decades to come; or two allow the situation to drift again into renewed warfare, with all the bloodshed, misery and destruction that would bring in its wake." Mr. Comay spoke before the committee as. alter three weeks of dehate occupied chiefly by Arab attacks against Israel, the group reached Its real objective—the consideration of resolutions on the touchy Arab refuges problem. One of the principal Arab detractors of Israel, Ahmad Shukairy, of Saudi Arabia, was missing today, and the Saudi Arabian position in Ihe committee chamber was vacant. Shukairy left here Saturday, unannounced but not unnoticed. having been recalled from his post Continued on Page 8-A CUSTODIAL PROBLEM ALSO REJECTED US Opposes Face to Face Pow Wow as Inopportune' UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — The United states announced at United Nations this week that it opposed both an Arab-Moslem res. tion 1. r a custodian for Arab propern abandoned in Israel and a rcsc lie,, calling for direel peace talk> between the Arab states and I-r stands were indicated Ihise stands were indicated bj Carl T. Brown, United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of State. who spoke hclorc the General Asly's Special Political Committee shortly after the two resolu%  ere introduced. He told the i:n member committee, debating Ihe Arab refugees problem, that the custodian proposal would be a clear infringment on Israel's sovereignty. He said United States opposi i "i to a UN call for immeArab-Israel peace talks tomnied from the belief that deep tensions on both sides made such a .,. op -..1 untimely. He proposed that the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees be given a new mandate for one year to Jure 30, 1964. The current mandate t.'.dl next June 30. He also said that the Un : ted States did not agree with everything in the current annual report on UNRWA's operation from Dr. John Continued on Page 10-A STORM OF OPPOSITION RAISED Eshkol Reports to Knesset On Development of Atomic Energy IERUSALEM iJTA) Finance Minister Lev! K-hkol toll Israel's Parliament this weck-.n response to sharp opposition party criticism-that the lorma.ion of ., government company to toeop and exploit atomic energy tor peaceful purposes had been motivated D .he need to relieve the government oi Ihe heavj burden ... financing such de\< lopment. He made the statement in reply (0 charges that the company had be, P. set up to by -pass Parliamentary control. Alter proposing that the*question be submitted to a committee, th< critics withdrew molions for a general debate on the question, incorporated at l£ 50.Birchites, Rockwell Backer Unite BOSTON — (JTA' — A Joe McCarthj Book named lor the late Wisconsin Senator, will for business here this week under sponsor f the i ight-wing John Birch Society and op d bj Speros Lagoulis, close friend ami finani|. ; ...rt-r of George Rockwell, head ol the %  ican Nazi Tarty, the Boston Herald reported Philip K. Langan, New England coordinator •he Kirch society, was quoted on the plans the first operating association of the extreme ri| hti-t group and the MO-Nati Party. Langan sail that a brochure on the store. uluch will features Stock Ol •American" book-. periodicals and pamphlets, was being prepared and would b< sent to Birch Society members soon. Langoulis was fined 125 In Boston Municipal ,'nurt in 1961 for using the name "Nathan Gins££' to register hotel rooms for Rockwell and n aidi when the, came to Boston m January. £T. ^SUreVin the name of Lagouliswife. 000,000 ($16,668,666), the firm's founding shareholders include Prime Minister David Bcn-C.itrion, Mr. Eshkol, and Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres as representatives of the government. The Firance Minister also rejected allegations that tho project was kept secret unH the company's formation was announced on Dec. 9. Hs recalled recommendations he had made to the Knesset last year to mobilize upplementary funds for security needs from sources other than taxation. He a.ded that when prospective donors, both individuals and institutions, were canvassed for support cf the project, they iri-cated they preferred subscribirj to the project. It was then decided, with ap proval ol ihe -talc controller, he ,,, form a limited company Continued on Page 9-A Syria Rushes More Troops To the Border TEL AVIV — (JTA — S> was reported this week to b rushed more armor and troop; its positions near Take Tibert. apparently in response to Isr warnings that continued Syrian tacks against the demilitarr zone would evoke a military : sponse from Israel. Dispatc from Damascus continued to rep : that Syrian Army alert and nv %  lization orders remained in fore Reports from northern Israel • dicate 1 that the Syrians had bee: adding artillery to their position the heights overlooking Isr settlements in the southeastern gion of Lake Tiberias. Increamilitary movements also were cheated' in other sections of Israeli-Syrian front, the Syri apparently re-ponding to fear.1 i Israeli counteraction. The increased movements a* Syrian troops ar.d equipme--' were vr-ted as Gen. Carl Vc Horn, chief of staff of the Unit*:! Nations Truce Supervision Organization, informed the Israeli Foreign Ministry that he was co^ fi.ent that a visit he made *~ Damascus would result in easir-9 of tensions in the border area. Gen. von Horn made the Visit response to warnings by Isra Continued on Page J.-A LtVI fSHKOl company pie'



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I Friday, December 21, 1962 lommittee Heads for 'Women of Year JLuncheon Told by University Friends VlrsS|i|pl t Sapiro, chair, on behalf of the sa [ a function „.,„.„ the -Woman ol the Year"! The luncheon Kll hZr Mr. ; .,,, luncheon v.huh he Wo m Jennie Crossings lor her^humai t Bb Division, American Friends Of ; Italian endeavorsan her •• ere t bre i.-.M..>ity .will hold interest in the Hebrew University i i) Bfternooe, Jan. n. at the A Jerusalem" j Roc Hotel Ihii week releas Mrs Sapiro said that "the erouc he name; of commitlee chair ol nationalknoun personalitie* iren and their aides who will work 'who are indicating their interest +****** nnrMtor, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (right) is visited in her home, 5941 Pine Tree Dr., by Mrs. Harry Auspitz (left), president of the Philadelphia Division, and Mrs. Abraham F. Wechsler, president of the New York State Division, American Friends of Hebrew University. The national leaders confer with Mrs. Grossinger on details for the gala luncheon which the National Women's Division will give Friday afternoon, Jan. 11. Tcidlins Mark iOth Anniversary I • • ars ol mi mage li be on the evi of l :. anuka candle %  d Mrs Ah: a'i.iin I'raid1544 idld Ave., Miami I ; re married in ter, N Y and came hi re Hii .. rel ired tailor, ha\ • woi liiekej Freeman years M ; aidli live in Bonds BI >h \al id 'in irer il Ben band In ad coupli in b 'ih charter of Temple Tifereth Ji Hi. ah pie is named in memIJ heir %  Jack Jaj I Mrs Fraidlin have three Mrs Sal er, ol man ol T* i (l r, Ind : three grandchil iren. v I I II I MR. AND MRS. W.VDl'N habbal nple 'I ifen will bora r the Hi Mrs Nathan Becker, whose 26th : nni\ :'-.ii 5 ibeing observed at the -a" tini as the t %  i iheir parents, w 'Il l" h -•Frii Ihe Fraid i 1 and to thi Memorial Fund [or Education at '..(••ili t 35 in joining the sponsors 1 committee is rowing in numbers." Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers a vice presidenl of the Greater Mi. ami Women's Division, will serve as award chairman. Mrs Harry PtatoH ,s reservations chairman. Mrs Jack s. Popick is in charge "I hospitality, and Mrs. Joseph Duntov is dais arrangements chairman. Announcement will be made at the luncheon of new enrollees from the Florida area in the division's honor group, "Society ot the Book .Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag is chairman of the "Society" committee. Mrs. Hhea C. Gladwin is in charge Ol public relation-. Mrs. Charles Charcowsky is protocol chairman. Mrs Myrtle Epstein is decoralions chairman, and Mrs Morton B. Bramson, table gifts chairman. Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, past president of the local women's group, will be patron chairman; Mrs. Edward .1. Melniker, in.nor guest reception chairman; Mrs. Irving E. Miller, hostess chairman; and Mrs. Alfred M Mamlet, overall lunchcon coor inator Mrs. Lo'-.is Glasser is state chairman. Committee, s'll! incomplete, includes the following members: Mesdames Mayer Abramowttz, Edith Brenner, Shepard Broad. Jack D. Burris, Harry Cohen, Rosalie 1. Cohen, David Drucker, Frances Entine, 1. Tropp Fogler, Abram Fox. Emil Friedlander, Louis Gidney, Fannie Goldberg, Philip Gotlieb. Myer Harris, Belle llirsch. Arthur Horowitz, Fred Levine, Kate Meidenberg, Kenneth Oka. Albert Pick, Joseph Kambam. Benjamin Rappaport, Matilda il Ratner, Maurice Revitz, Jacob Rifkln, Leonard Rosen, Abe Rubin, llarrj Rubin, Harold s Shapiro, re Smith Nathan* Spiegelman, Betty Steinberg Geor %  i. II P Tietzer, Abraham Us•r and Nathan V'lock. Also Mesdames Carl Wi Joseph Weintraub, Max Weitz, Richard Wolf-on, Maurice Zimmerman, Esther ( ohen and Miss Jeanent, Mrs Samuel Simonhoff, president ol t'n' Greater Miami Wornl Tifereth Israel's 13th Anniversary Thirteenth anniversary dinner ot Tifereth Israel Congregation will be held Sunday evening, 6:30 p m., at the Deauville Hotel. The Bar Mitzvah event will feature the well-known comedian, Myron Cohen, and Juliet Prowse, movie star and dancer. \ full course kosher dinner will bi •( rved follow ing a Chanuka candlell; hting ceremony. Tifereth Israel Congregation was, launched 13 years ago The present ci n incorporates Tifereth Israel and Northside Jewish center Page 7-B Frilnrf? I Ame can | ical course for students from "de" !" d n nounced that a message Iveloping countries" a, the HeTn,5 r .u s rcported thc brew University-Hadassah Medical recent opening of the second medSchool. &T NEW YORK firm TO |KL ISRAEL Funds Slated For Hospital card partj was given by the Miami Beach Chapter ol Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hosiptal at Denver on Tues. vening at the Venetian Isle Motel. Mrs Sidnej Ritterman, president ,i the Miami Beach Chapter, announced thai proceeds ol the affair w ill go to the hospital where vi ungsti rfrom throughout the %  .. cat ida, and Israel, stricken with intractable asthma, treated. i in charge of reservations was Mrs Jerrj Resnick, fund-raising chairman COWfllfENTAI DINING ROOM Only "Snomer S'labbos' -•: RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD.. Mlaasl 226-1744 • S S liiM'UlU". I iNfa • %  %  • ijent or Oo*nlo*n Of-cf • ItofMM jl4/lhS! N • % %  %  • • M. • jf | on InCaMft BE A "GUEST"...GO ZIM! f. • • %  • ...— -•-. ^'CONTINENTAL^ V, CATERERS •; ^A IHII" > ,>%  Cantor J.icob Komgsberg will officiate at Passover, accompanied by 10 Voice Symphonic Choir. KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED$550; DICURV LWS AND SABflAID Striill/ Otnmrt Per Day. Per Pers. Obi. Occ. 10 of 105 Rms. to Dec. 17 e r.ole Occ $9. Dec 17.Jan. 4. %H 5p Dly. dbl. occ. P P. fit Sale. Occ. Other Rates Available. 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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 TRADITIONAL FRIDAY N'GHT DINNER WITH SACRAMENTAL WINE • KIDDUSH • ONEG SHABRAT • ENTERTAINMENT 10D FREDRSCKSON HOTEL "|tf3 STR CTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM WITH REASONABLE PRICES ALSO OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DA RY KITCHEN 4 MEAT KITCHEN OPEN ALL YEAR ROOMS WITH MEALS American Plan & European Ptan-Under Steady Supervision Rabbi Nlandel 916 Washington Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-9312 SAM'S !K


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Friday, December 21. 1962 Jntftf n*rkl#m Page 3-A Zionists Divide on Actions Committee Meet in NX I Mrs. Fay Coulton, chairman of the Thrift Shop of National IChiiciens Cardiac Hospital, discusses plans for the coming Iseason with Mrs. Geri Goldberg, member of the hospital's board of governors. The Thrift Shop is at 738 NW 62nd St.. V .. now entering its second year. NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. N'ahurn Goldmann, president t tha World Zior.lsl Organizjtion, said this week ;ii ;i press conference thai hiwas "astonished and sorry" over the "excitement" in Israel aver the decision to hold toe next meeting t>t the Zionist Actions Committee in Now Y.trk. He asserted thai the Israeli pros-; had i-ii rted" facts of the discussion in American Zionist groups on the proposal. He said he had supported the idea of a New York nieetiEg because n was "bound to be impressive to the highest possible deuree and carry influence, and be the beginning of a great Zionist activity among American Jews." He emphasized that when he gave such support to the proposal on Ins visit to Israel last November, ii was dear that "even then, we decided fwrsl oi all to consult with the members of the Actions Committee from the United States and the /.lorn-.! Organizations in the United States." He declared that the Zionist Organization of America did not oppose such a meeting. Adding that "there were differences between ZOA leaders" on the idea. he said that the ZOA had decided to leave the final decision "to the appropriate institutions, which means through the Zionist executive ant! the praesidium of the Actions Committee." He said that this was the stand I taken by Mizrachi and the Labor Zionistoi even though the majority of these organizations had support ed I he idea of a New York meeting. Hadassah, he declared, hai* decided to oppose the idea "bill it has never staled it would not accept the decision of the majority." "The problem of duel loyality was never mentioned." he added, '"and it would be dishonest to accuse tlie ZOA of allegedly demanding any kind of censorship over speeches at the proposed meeting lb s.-ud thai the ZOA decided only that if the meeting did take place i in New York, "an agenda and program would have to be thorough ly prepared." Dr. Goldman then added he felt that it would be better lo postpone the proposed meeting in New York to a later date because the American Zionist Council was currently in "a stage of reorganization." At the same time, he stressed that a meeting in New York would "increase the expenses very substantially." "The Zionist executive in New York, at a meeting attended by the chairmaa ot the Jewish Agency executive, Moshe Sharett. and its ueasurer, Aryeh Pincus, both now on a visit to New York, decided unanimously to propose that the prai -i hum oi the Actions Commitlee postpone the final decision to Dec. 24. at which date Sharett and Pincus will be back in Israel, and a joint meeting of the Zionist executive and the praesidium will be held." he said. "Any decision adopted at that meeting will be implemented." Syria Rushes More Troops To MM Border Continued from Page 1-A officials that continued Syrian attacks on settlements in the demilitarized zone, and on Israeli fi-hermen on the lake, would not be permitted to continue indefinitely without an Israeli counter-action. Brig. Abraham Yoffo. the Israeli commander in the area, said on the Military Broadcasting Station, that, if Syrian attacks continued, the Israeli Army would not hestitate to use its weapons to protect lite and work in the region. )? Garfield Chairs Dedication Unit ph A. Garfield, 8510 Granada is heading the committee %  tog the Nauonal Children's annual dedication ball, to | | Jan. -•> ;t the Fontainei ball will climax a week ol t lion ceremonies and festivipyC!7 *C ~N""' -" [ BETH DIN OFFICE PABBI DR. i!30R N. STERN chigun A fight against the major killers ,,i our young generation: rheumatic fever and' congenital heart disease Hospital president and chairman of the board, respectively, are Leo Robinson and Richard I. Berenson cblWked ma Hem* Own**" Home Operated i TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? 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Friday, December 21, 1962 ^*ni*t> fh rSdlHairThe Substance Behind Being a Good Jew Continued from Pt*)e6-C i-abWI revealed in the Torah thai are the fundamentals, to a Jew who strives to attain i state of Lioodness. A jjoo'l Jew endeavors to reflect the ancient lU-avaic spiritM.il interpretation of history, in which ystem tho individual is not a mere accident, nor a mere product of his environment. A human being is endowed with a divine soul, with a spark ol godliness, and with an eternal destiny. A good Jew believe, that by observing the Law of the ToraJj. he becomes a member of a chosen community; chosen not to be a member of a master race; cheoen not to conquer, kill or destroy, but chowen to be of >ervice to God and mankind. The Jew and particularly the yood Jew is the (Hrrnal torch-bearer of monotheism, which means that while he believes that man was created in the image of God he still reaffirms that only God is infallible, and that no human being is immune trcm making mistakes; that no single individual .an be vested with complete authority over the Icsttay of the yroup Hence, dictatorship of any %  A is completely alien to the way of thinking : DM Jew who is inspired by his divine heritage. As a good Jew. he, remembers the immortal word* ol our sages as stated in the Talmud: -Rut a single man was create I. i„ order to l*Mh M that if a man causes a single soul to Periah, the Torah imputes it t„ him as though he has destroyed the entire world; and if a man save me life 01 a single person, the Torah imputes it to him as though he has saved the whole world But a single man was created, for the sake of peace among mankind, that none should say to his (fellow: My father was greater lhan thy father But a single man was created to proclaim the greatness of the Holy One Blessed be He. for man stamps many coins with one seal, and they are all alike, but the King of Kings, the Holy One Blessed be He, has stamped every man with the seal ol the first man. yet not one of them is like his fellow. Therefore, it is the duty of every man to spy. for my sake the world was created." Yes. tnese immortal words of our sages concerning the immortal dignity and worth of the human soul contain the basic philosophy of the Jew, and Mich a philosophy, which is the essence of any democracy, helps toward the making of a good Jew. Should Jews Be Active as Proselytes? Continued from Page 7-C mov nient. The ceremonies were addressed by Prime Minit-r David BenGurion whose comments included a remark which was an echo of the arguments of non-Orthodox Jewish thinkers in the t'nited States. The Jewish heritage, he said, "most ihaute its form and adopt a new form, one which is adopted to a new way of life." Such competition for Jewish souls is done modestly in Israel, presumably out of a desire not to .".ntKfconise the Orthodox leadership. However. there are ttwajr restrictions in approaches to Jews elsewhere, such as the 25.000 Bene Israel of India. There has been much cajoling and pressure on IN :ndu lea to affiliate with the respective parent world bodies. Rabbi Tanenbaum. formerly executive director of the Synagogue Council of America, also has noted collisions between Orthodox and Reform groups in Australia and Holland and between Conservative and Reform in South America and Britain. Rabbi Tanenbaum indicated there was a possibility these global Jewish structures might become the "ecumenical" agents of Jewry some time in the future, roughly Jewish counterparts of the World Baptist Alliance or similar worldwide denominational bodies. As a next step, out of these interpational Jewish structures, there might eventually evolve a world Jewish religious body, analagous to the interdenominational World Council of Churches. CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL FLORIDA FILTERS INC. Air Cleaning Devices for All Applications WHOLESALE 3110 N£ 2nd Avenue Phone FR 1-8625 Florida Builders Service. Inc. £ 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami, Florida CHANUKA GREETINGS CENTER PHARMACY Phone PL 1-2924 Prescription Specialists 9723 N.E. 2na Avenue Dir. 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r-rge 10-B %< &f • I t what to expect ublic of nee. he observes, is very inch as he had anticipated. More on Miami: •'There's been • woeful failure properly to sell liami'i services and facilities "" .id he ei B8S roots" "own Forums aa waj ol betterig the rapport between voters id ihe city c immission After some two months in nice. Commissioner Sidney Arono. z seems to !• doing just fine. Status Symbol How high i"fi"? Lota of folks pbooey" to 'he loud blasts .f Die latest status symbol of it'mcnce and sophistication: the lodern phonograph. Dut others, New and delicious! u — MTMMO.,.v KOSHIK '' %  JW.', •"TtAMI — ILNO KOSHER SLICED PASTRAMI Ask for All rVILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispif Frankfurters Kashmir* Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Dr. Russin Will Chair MD Group Dr. Lester A. Russic, member of Ihe medical board of Mt. Sinai Hospital and director of th Department of Orthopedic Surgery, : will serve as overall chairman ol the Physicians Division of the 1963 and this seems to be most of us -! Combined Jewish Appeal cam go somewhat irrational tor the p ia _, n mania to own the dials, wires. and chrome-plated knobs that make up today's "hi-fi." Back when high fidelity was barely a name. Bob C.ieenbcrr and Larry Kassman opened theii As chairman In the silver anniversary year drive on behalf ol Federation's seven local agencies, includirg Mt. Sinai Hospital, and over 55 national and alternation;!! agencies, Dr Russin will guide the High Fidelity Associates here. A ^ .^ oJ ,„... „, „,.. Great lot of people thought we were ^ ^ communi(y s mog| mi an insurance agency. chuckles m f(?sstona| ,,,„„,. Greenberg. Today, this duo is a name with I "' %  "-" *" '"' B8Sisted in ,he which to reckon when it comes to Stereo component parts. "I remember when I baffled my lam ily." Bob recalls. "How was 1 paying my rent?" they wondered. "For a long time, no one knew what we were selling." School chums from younger days, Greenberg and Kassman went to a radio-television trade school after serving in the Arm ed Forces, later observing a "hifi" operation in Atlanta before i returning to Miami in 1951 to lump all their money together for their first store. And they've been flying high ever since, selling status symbols by the score. • • • Flowering Promise Most of us are concerned about the development of Israel, bill Mrs Joseph Socolol lias hil upon a unique idea for helping the country blossom. An octogenarian, Mrs. Soc loi took about thirty rare plantto Israel last month and delivered them to the Havath-Noy Garden, an offshoot of Israel's Institute ol Agriculture. Given in memory of Mrs Socolof's late husband, the plantwere grown here in Fan-child Tropical Garden and shipped on the solarium of an American Export Linecruiser The plants, which include rare Bougainvillea, are new to I rael and suitable to her ell mate Mrs. Socolof is also spearbeading plans to continue send ing seedand other plants to Is rael. so that they can proliferate throughout the country and ad still more aesthetic beauty to the Promised Land. silver anriversarj campaign by Dr. Harold Kan', president of the Miami Heart Institute, who will coordinate the activity of Miami physicians, and Or. Stanley Frehlmg. who will coordinate the activities t Miami Beach physicians on behalf of Federation and CJA. OR. usrtt HVSSIH Coral Chapter 'Day at Races' Coral Chapter of the American Medical Center at Denver will have a "Day at the Races" on Jan. 9 at Tropical Park. Mrs. Ph'lip Flak, chairman of the chapter's life membership L'roup. was hostess at her So. Miiami home to 10 women recently to discuss chapter business lor the coming season. Rabbi Lipschitz To be Speaker Rabbi Max A Lipschitz. spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congrega tion, iii be guest speaker at the week!) Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach Zionist District on Wed nesday, 12:13 p.m., at Waldman's Hotel, according to Jacob G. Fishman, chairman of the dub Rabbi Lipschiti will discuss %  S ome Modern Lessons trom Ancient Chanuka." Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give the weeklj news report, and there will also be com munity singing. The Beach Zionist District Luncheon club meetever} Wed nes 'aj afternoon at Waldman's. Committee Told For Testimonial Religious Zionist Organisation ol America will present a testimonial dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs i.ouis Merwitzer. president of the Hebrew Academy, on Sunday. J t:;. at Waldman's Hotel. Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congri tion, has accepted the general chairmanship of the testimonial Rabbi Stern left for New York I ,vcek to confer with national Mil rachi leaders on the program ol ;he banquet Rev. Joseph Krar.ti, president of the local chapter, declared Wednesday the! "the entir* religious community is working to astvre the success of the testimonial." Dinner committee is headed by Max Hecht in conjunction with ., special rabbinic committee under the chairmanship of Rabbi David Lehrfield, of Kneseth Israel Con gregattefl, Members of the Mi? rachi committee are Jack Ciment. Rev. Solomon Cooper. Louis Dub Im Ely Cechman. Harry Halpenn. Milton Kahan. I. B Kramer. Ret Joseph Krantz. Sol Hashin. and Phillip Weai The rabbinic committee Includes Rabbis Jonah Caplan. Isaac Ever, tli \ander dross. Morns HOTOi Max Lipschitz. David Lehrfield Joseph Rackovsky, H. Louis Ron man, Solomon Schiff. and She Stauber Zamora Schedules 'Welcome Home' Friday evening and Saturday, Dec. 28 and 2'J. will be celebrated as Welcome Homo Sabbath" for College students a* Temple Z.i mora The Friday evening service will %  dude a talk form the pulpil by Melvin Rubin, a Universitj i Miami stud* • Services Saturday morning will be conducted b) Bill Berman, son ,ir. and Mrs. Theodore Herman 3310 Granada Blvd ( al Gables tudenl ( : the Hebrew Academy and former stu enl of Temple Za mora Religit us School. Rabbi Cassel on Television "Give Us TinDay" 111 f< Rabbi Louis Cassel, ol Torah Tem pie, on Friday. Dec 28, 8:45 am. over WLBW, ch. 10. Rabbi Cassel will discuss the significance of Chanuka. The program is sponsored weekly h> the Greater Mt ami Rabbinical issn Let's Have a Party! WB> KASHA Brc*n Buckwheat Groti Also i iim WsM i Crtafi, Wolff's KtSM N G'v) Wo.ff s as"a Soup I'll bring the Vita Herring. It's a real party dish. No work and all pleasure. The tender herring morsels are ready to serve right from the jar with crisp onion rings and a fabulous sauce. There's Vita Herring in your choice of tangy sour cream, lightly spiced wine, or zosty cocktail sauce. They're BO delicious I'll bring a jar of each. What will you bring? Just yourself—and a hearty appetite! VITA HERRING



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,v December 21, 1962 • JcMstifhrteMam I'.er. • ol 'he hostess committee for a tea• last Sunday afternoon at the FonKnre: au Hotel for daughters come-of-age hc • .: be presented to the Ambassador of ferae n Saturday night at the Ambassador's all ae seated (left to right) Mrs. Samuel •tc hairman of the tea-dansant; Mrs. An:ier Meyers, grand hostess for the Irving Lehrman; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Standing are Mrs. Harrv Simonhoff, Mrs. lack Katzman. Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, and Mrs. Fred Somerstein. Also on the committee (but not shown) was Mrs. Sam Pollock. Junior hostsses for the tea-dansant were the 1961 young ladies presented at last year's ball. The party was atiended by the girls and their escorts. ::ici Zivitz, daughter Mrs. Nelson Zivitz. %  ddaughter of Mr. Harry Sirkin, will g daughters come-of" presented to the 1sbussador at the Ams Ball on Saturday I the Fontainebleau Biscayne Chapter Slates Courses Biscayne Chapter of the Amen can Jewish Congress held its monthly meeting Wednesday at the home "i Mrs Sidney Rudnick. MrAlbert Zuekerman, president of tin' uroup. conductod the session. Plans were made for future social and cultural activities, among which aro a mosiac Ule-cetting class to be held on alternate Monday mornings, 10 a.m.. at the home >.t Mrs Sylvia Brown. 1110 NE 154th Tor.; a catering course on alternate Monday mornings, loi i m .a the home ol Sylvia Brown; and a dance cotillion ei ery Saturday evening, 9 to 10 p.m., at the jress Bowl. Mrs Dollj Baum, pn gram chairman, introduced Abraham Gittel son. education director "t Temple Beth 1 orah, •. ; wed "The • ma "i the Modern Jew," by Joachim Print \nnor, moment was made of the appointment ol Mrs. Abraham Augenstein as co president <>i Bisi yoe Chapti r, to fill the unexpirod term ol Mrs Marion Beckman. \i:. Vugens lin gra luated suma cum laude iron'Brooklyn I an I teaches al Carol City .rumor School. She is a %  %  vni I 11 Befit Israel Sisterhood A Chanuka latke party will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of Beth L-iarl Congregation on Sunday evening in the Social Hall of the synagogue. Mrs, Harry Schwartz and Mrs Gerald Grecnberg arc co chairmen, Mrs. Isadora Friedman is fund-raising vice pi t sident. Judea Women Eye Teen-Aaers Temple Judea Sisterhood mel Wednesday evening for a program featuring a panel ol psychiatrists and psycholi gists. Discussion was led bj Dr. Martin Rosonthal. director ol the psychiatric unit oi the Dade County Juvenile Court. ANo, Dr. Irwin S. Jacobs, modi cal director of the Masonic Children's Center, and president of the Greater Miami Society of Psychiatry-Neurology And Dr. Irwin Lesser, former chief psychologist Of the Children's Guidance Clinic Of Pennsylvania. and for the pasl four years with the University of Miami Guidance ( .nter. Discussion studied adolescent and teei il '"'' today. ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE il.ty. Look for tha word "Switzerland" on the Swiss Cheese you buy...chunk or sliced... Page 3-B r happy holidays All of us at Burdine's extend our greetings for a Happy Chanukah to you and yours I



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?^ge 14 B vjemsti fhrfdti&n Friday, December 21, 1962 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl 'Lawrence 1 Opens At the Colony IT'S A WONDERFUL WHIRL: From this weekend on through New '•'s Day this area promises to bo the busiest, gayest and sunniesl lie nation. Tho tourist rush for rooms i> on in earnest iper-to-bumper mailing along on the main stems are pleasant sights io merchant, motel and hotel owners. Golfers never had it so ood, either Las1 year, they enjoyed the •. %  Dov.l Country Club ol Miami and Rolling Hills layouts ihis day season, they'll thrill to Sam Friedland's magnificent Piesi tial 18-hole course wesl .; Dixii Higway, along Route 4-tl %  NIGHT AND DAY: Bj ii new ol the week was the local pre re ^1 Mutiny on n • < reservi d %  al r licj al ill ridan The technioolorful drama of sea farers and uth si sin Marlon Brandt against Trevor Howard in the same roles made nortal by Clark Gable and Charles La i jhto Chaim Weizmaon said, "I cherish his memory on personal (•rounds and remembci I help in lurthertmj IM cause oi ihc Ji • i h pe pie 11,. was speaking ol I E Lav rence. the romantn figuri who. ur ing tluKiii World War, welded the Arab tribes into .coh< force that defeated Ihe Mr armies and sel in notion the i ol events a in ; •'' ;,u Traffic snarls and m State ol Israel emerged "The Seven Pillar* of W sc : om," by Lawrence, forms the basic material for "Lawrence of Arabia," Ihe Sam Spi9l-DavW Lear, production tor Colombia Pirtures release which has its south Florida premiere on Friday, Dec. 28, at tlie Colony Theatre. Lincoln Read Mall and Lenox Ave. This exi %  %  no) be sh iwn a iheatr. ,.fc „ ,,,„• %  r.ol he >li':i al ar> omei mean. Trevor Howard is a bus* actor, also co-starring m rue Lion, Florida area "Lav William Holden, Capucine and Pamela Fnoklin at the Miami. J %  J • racle, 163rd St., and Surf Theatres. Africa is the locale of fins ro JJJJJJ^ ;. eeklj on reS erve. atic adventure Natalie Wood's versatility is quite apparent. From sweet teenje in "West Side Story" she swings hips and strips in the title role seal basis l'< rfoi mances w HI be. gin al 2 and 8 30 p.m The film stars Vlec G line*?, Vn thons Quinn, Jack Hawkins. Jose Ferrer Anthon) Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kefnedj and intro p ( ter O'Toole as Lawrence :• "Gypsy," based on the flamboyant career of Gypsy Rose Lee. = osalind Russell plays the ambitious mother at the Carib on the Beech, The same producer and director of the hilarious "Carry on Nurse.' auc< comedy '•sleeper" of Last year, comes up with "Carry on Teacher, rent at the Mayfair and Sunset. Breaking box office records all over the country is The Longest ." the superb dramatic studj of the D-Daj Landings on the channel ast of France [t's being held over indefinitely al the Lincoln, with D performances on Wednesday, Saturday, Sunda) and holidays, and %  the resl oi the week, starting at 8:45 nightly BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Tinone-woman or one-man shows a scarcity away from ; ; mcerl si %  Bui Patsj Abbott is tlu ity she stages a one-woman shov. nightly in her own club in •ami Beach. From such Broadway hits as 'Carnival.' "West Side Story. "Music Man'' and "Unshakable Molly Brown" have come the dancing | of the Peppermint Lounge's hit revue, "Crazj Crazes." It's a thgbtful cavalcade of the meal popular dances of the past 40 years .nt up to the present — with the costumes of each era to make ihe lai ci ei nostal) < HOTEL LOBBY-INS: one oi New Year Eve's best bets for din,; show ithe program offered al the Alhambra Room the Seville Gene Baylos a long-time comedy favorite here, as 1S • Catskills. will be featured along with thai really big s erland, sh r of "Easl Side Storj current at the Mcking hai hist Miami Beach b I Rstanet will feature a Latin revue appearance, Isiaeli folk sing:..:,, ., .i, Miin> i rcheetra en the big Right, Man;, charitable and social organizations are planning partie >Yo laugh-and-melod>-filled revue bowing al the Lucerne, with the highly-touted favorites ol Cal tie Fields, Davey Karr and Phyllis Miller plus Sarah ol Israel ar folk and revue singers. All will be : firsl appearances here. The old and young cafe sets will both enjoy the show this week %  I the Diplomat, opening the Cafe Cristal for a season of biggest s-r names to date. Comic Jack E. Leonard and Dion co-star in -- current show. A kosher full course New Year's Eva dimes and show, with cini |. available at the Crystal Room of the Lombardy Hotel The Balmoral Hourwinter season ot entertainment sot under> Saturday, with the return t Saaasas and hit Bossa Nova orchr.i Handsome vocalist Les Stevens and "Sir" Julian Gould, organ.continue. Abe C.efter anticipates a record throng for the holidays at bis aular Cromwell Hotel in addition to providing delicious kosher ieine for guests, the Cromwell diruug room is open to the public.. : lervations for dinner are requested. ADDITIONAL ADDENDA: The Cabaret Theater, adjoining Tony s Market, wlD Open Jan. 21 with the Tremors, who will perform Ml) trom 10 p.m. to 5 am Roboto the man who walks like a machine and hardly ever smiles, v. 1 visit Eli Motors. 2190 SW 8th St.. on Dec. 22. There's a pack prizes awaiting any who can make him smile or Laugh. His Eli ap ; iranee :scheduled betWl en the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. A champsKne party at Tony Sweet's celebrated the signing of a one-year contract for Anna Bryant to do more singing TV com• ercials for Coco-Cola. Marking the event with Anita were husband pager Bob Green and his parents. De Continental has add wnr Victor Bidone's gustatory deght, Dock Bigrett, to the mm*. The Bay Harbor Restaurant KM ben swarming with many long-time patrons back in town for HtS winter season. Edith and Fritz always are on hand to give you a warm welcome heir famed reodezt German and American palate pleasers, The Hofbrau House, on U.S. l south of Gulfstream Park. Big doings at studio M on New Year's Eve. "Under the Yum Yum Tre< | ,.,,„,. moving comedy, opens NCT YearEve I,' guests re c e i v ing a glass of champagne toasting New Years < rtesi of Ruth Foremai Two members of the "Taste of Hone) c: -4. Carolyn Wohl ai el, are featured in "Under the Yam I by Jo Cm id Mai Jones, er and musical comedy star, Sarah Rubino. is one of the headhners in "You Gotta Have Mazol." opening Saturday at the Lucerne Hotel. Costarred is Tctie Fields, singing comedienne. GREETINGS SAM'S SABAL PALM AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE GARAGE AUTO REPAIRS Standard Oil Products Quality Products & Service 174 NE 54th STREET 5390 NE 2nd AVENUE HAPPY HOLIDAYS GLOBE PARCEL SERVICE INC. Your Gift Parcel Sent to All Parts of USSR. 2210 N.W. 36th STREET PHONES TU 0-5758 633-3813 Goodman Group Hears Speaker %  R*Goodman Croup of Hi i of Hada ..,', ah'mct Urdu.-day ai Washington chapter and Youth Commission. i ommuni who paid tribute to I ',, S peak< Mr*. 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YOUR HOME CATERER NE 3-8505 500 NW 22nd AVENUE MIAMI Happy Chanuka Good Wishes to All PHIL SCHILLER, Realtor 2007 N.E. 163rd STREET Wl 5-5494 North Miami Beach, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL QUALITY TRIM SHOP INC. Seat Covers # Convertible Tops • Complete Interiors 75 NW 36 STREET Phone PL 7-4354 GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD 7737 NE 2nd AVE. Phone PL 9-2404 IUMBIR t BUILDING MAJCMAl PAINTS t MARDWAfff Historic Homeward Migration of a People Continued from Page 13C Navj was warned ot her approach ;.nd. as she was going to be a '•tough nut to crack," boarding operations commenced 12 to 11 miles OUt. Four destroyers were required. The "President WarfleM" zigzagged at high speed to prevent the destroyers getting alongside. She turned out her boats and tried to drop them on the boarding parties Eventually a few sailors managed to get on board. They continued to steer the ship keeping a lookout through the ports. I nfortunately lor them they had forgotten to put a compass down there so they could not tell w here they were going. The action went on. Governed by Fools One sailor was cut off and overpowered. The Jews were just about to decapitate him with an axe when snipers from a destroyer opened fire and saved his life. Meanwhile, the Jews had put a •President Warfiel.is" wheelhouse door where our men had taken refuge and established a strong point. "We are coming in to kill you,'" the Jews shouted through the door. "The first one in gels a eush between the eyes," the i. .P.O. shouted back. When the door gave this is exactly what happened. There was a violent struggle. Two Jews were killed. Then they retreated. The "President WarfleM" was eventually boarded by 50 ratings and, after severe fighting they captured the ship. Three sailors were hurt. Several fell overboard and were picked up by the destroyers. The Jews were shipped back to Germany from whence they had come. We steamed away that evening before midanghl on May H. 1W8 The Jewish State aproclaimed a! Tel AM\ eighl hours Deiore we left. Hail., became a battle Held BC the .lews -.!>19 I !'.'_ Tin,:.' I 140,8 landed in Israel We could bt forgiven I mg that we were being by fools. However, it Navy's job to carry out II .vith Intelligence and not dcr too long on the i whims of higher djrectioi One thing we knew foi ..we steamed into the ni. troubled story ol the Bnti date had ended— the hi-; the new State ol Israel gun. I IH| hink> erned the Tilers I'im•r'din I Ihe -. man* arj i I 1 b Enthusiasm for Chanuka Continued from Page 3-C and yet the Syrians placed carvings in the Temple in Jerusalem and performed Pagan rites. This was what provoked Judah Maccabee. his pric-tly father and his four brothers to rebel a^ain-t Antiochus. It was a war for religious freedom and when the Jews won, Hellenism eventually went into a decline. War for Freedom It was when the Syriancame to Modin. the little village in which Judah Maccabee and his family lived, and attempted to enforce the regulations 1 the King, that the war began. It is written in the Fir-t Book of Maccabeethat Mattathias. Judah's lather, said of the orders of the King's messengers: "it all the heathen in the Kin;;'.dominions listen to him and forsake each of them the religion of his forefathers, and choose to follow his command' instead, yet I and my sons and my brotherwil ve in accordance with the agreement of our forefathers. Oori forbid that we should abandon the Law and the ordinanceWe will not listen to the message of the or depart from our religion to the right hand or the left This brought on the open bre.ik and the battle for suruval O ed. In winninu this cntu the history of the world critical turn The few that they could n^ht succe atain.'.t the many— if a principle ol reliuious and national Hirvival was Involved. The Jew s sho ed the M wi' mark Chanuka wttl and H>\ The Maccabees ere. I I a Jewish State and toda; i.mother Jewish State which ; Inspired bj 'he example of the original Maccabee.-. Our* is an era of modern Maccabeeind we have every right to celebrate Chanuka as a major holiday the Jewish calendar. BEST WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA LESLIE SIMMONDS RAY SMITH SCHWEBKE & ASSOCIATES, INC. UNO PUNNfM tMGIMURS UNO SURVEYORS "We Cover Greater Miami" REASONABLE RATES PROMPT SERVICE 4841 N.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI PL 1 2592 3521 W. Braward Blvd. Ft. Uiidoratase LUdlow 1-4600 HAPPY CHANUKA ECONOMY DECORATORS & INTERIOR DESIGNS Vr Homes, Hotels, Motels, Offices, Etc. NOW LOCATED 2301 NW 8th AVENUE Ph. 635-1772 Happy Chanuka Greetings THE NATIONAL BREWING CO. FLORIDA DIVISION 637 NW 13th STREET MIAMI, FLA. M. Cecil Somerall, Gen. Manager FR 3-3147



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?aoe 4-A +Anist flcrkf&r Friday. December 21. 1952 I "eJewish Floridian : FFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX "MM 396 *"•** r RED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher -EO MINDUN Executive Editor FELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Frldar dice 1S!7 by The JewlKh FlorldUa at 1*0 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class I'oaiace Paid at Miami, Florida. Ths Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and I pa 4ewie*i w t a m >*toaiSjer.o the Jr** Telegnaahio Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee tha K.ishruth of the merchandise advertised in its columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year S4.00 Three Ysars $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 51 24 Kislav 5723 Friday. December 21 1962 The Miracle of Chanuka Chanuka, the Festival of Lights, begins Fri: ay evening. The miracle of the one-day sup: ly of oil that burned for eight days has fired .e imagination of successive generations of rws throughout the ages. (See Sec. C and D.) Neither has the miracle of Chanuka : minished in significance since the victory of e Maccabees over the forces of Antiochus. hich sought to impose the way of Graecoyria upon a Jewish people that had previous• discovered the way of God a full millenium =fore. For it has ever been thus since the dawn Jewish history: that one kind of Antiochus :: another would emerge from the dark of sur;undmg antagonism and spiritual ignorance a campaign to bring the Jews to heel. The victory of the Maccabees is therefore mbolic of the eternal Jewish triumph over : iversity and evil—a victory best exemplified n modern times by the reemergence of Israel :-om out of the ashes of the Hitlerian rise and all and the tragic murder of six million innocent Jews. In this sense, Chanuka is the triumph of an's will to be spiritually free from all ranny, so that he may worship as he sees : t within the privacy of his personal conscii ice. As we light the first of eight Chanuka : andles Friday evening, we will be kindling : new the symbol of the might of simple dignity : ver the bluster of wooden deities who are, by -ie nature of their senseless quests toward orldly power, forever doomed to defeat. vie JUST DON'T LIKE THE POLICYt America Votes 'No—Again It is a sad commentary upon the ways of Vashington that, once again, the U.S. has seen ::t to opose direct peace talks between Israel :nd the Arabs at the United Nations. We should, of course, have been prepared for it. Our delegation took the same position last ear, when Adlai Stevenson voted "no" to the 5-nation, African-sponsored proposal for direct -Iks. Indeed, more than a straw in the wind was vie brief departure statement by Myer Feldr.ian. President Kennedy's personal advisor, in Tel Aviv early last month, when he suggested D Israeli officials that they drop their efforts %  3 press for direct talks. It is no longer defensible for the U.S. posion to label these efforts as "inopportune," es: ecially when the presumable stumbling block D peace in the Middle East, the Arab refugees, .-as become the personal plaything of Amer.ra's own Dr. John H. Davis, commissioner reneral of UNRWA. It is the Davis report on the Arab refugees Mat once again falsely colors the atmosphere : t the United Nations to the point where Arab waders, with impunity, launch into vicious antiluael and anti-Semitic attacks. Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir was ..ght this week to take to the floor of the UN, -here she charged that "Dr. Davis goes beyond the immediate scope of his mandate." In similar regard, it seems that the U.S. goes beond the spirit of its democratic traditions repeatedly to label Israeli efforts toward the attainment of peace as "inopportunte." It is interesting to note that the African -ations have found the U.S. attitude more than uzzling. It took a spearheading 16-African ..ation resolution last year to urge the UN to ::>rce the Arabs to sit down and talk peace. This year, a 19-nation resolution, again sparked by the Africans, is demanding the same thing. These are the new lands that .nderstcnd the meaning of peace. These cue Me new lands that have not been tainted by Me prejudice-inspiring side effects of European : vilization. These are the lands that have been among -raei's Greatest friends and keenest sympav.izers in the quest for peace. Wanted: Permanent Peace The unsettled border that separates Syria and Israel seemed late last week to be coming to a boiling point. It is to be hoped that the danger simmers down. Once again, the United Nations, in the person of Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn, is exercising its offices in behalf of peace. Whether or not the effort will be successful is a matter for the future to decide. But it is interesting to note the parallel between Israel-Arab tensions and internal Arab affairs. Whether for good or bad, as political realignments occur among Arab leaders, so do the tensions rise. Thus, the fiction that is the United Arab Republic, from which Syria has long since split, seems once again to be the central focus for Syria's latest threatening moves against Israel's borders. That Syria and the UAR had a bitter falling-out in the not too distant past appears of little significance in the unrelenting Arab war to keep Israel on edge. All of which comes down to the fact that peace can never come to the Middle East unil an honestly-motivated world presses for it. Gen. Von Horn's trip to Syria last week is merely a stopgap, however welcome it may be. But the United Nations must begin to think in more specific terms than these if its offices are not to be a mere fire engine, responding to danger only when someone sounds the alarm. United Fund's Success Dade County is rightly proud that the United Fund has gone over its goal. The statistical aspects of this achievement are less significant than the fact that the UF's health, welfare, and humanitarian agencies here will be able to function during the coming year according to the minimal standards set forth by their budgetary allocations. There is thus good reason for our community to be proud of itself. None of this suggests that Dade County can now sit back satisfied. On the contrary as a growing and well-oriented citizenry' Greater Miami will have even higher United fund goals to achieve during the years ahead. But with the successful 1962 campaign as a model, greater levels of giving will be another plateau in our sound community's everrising humanitarian achievement. the week as i see i( IT SEEMS THAT th, Mianu Junior Womans dub dow during (he week :,z X ^z^z? cated to the frills of v„ un feminine impulse, with an occasional foray into the dMh realm of ,<**, tf*umej a tj on via a good deed performed Jt the price ot hoipolloi contact and before the documenting lens of Society Page photog. raphers As a matter of fact, the Miami Junior Woman.-, flub has gone on record in endorsement of vicious anti-Semitic testimony of fered at a Senate Finance Committee hearing in Washington The testimony was presented by Curtis Dall. chairman ..; Fi r u by LEO MINDUN for the Liberty Lobby. The substance of Dall's remarks ado Policy quitch describes the nature of his organization. Declared Dall to the committee, which was then inquiring into the advisability of the Kenncd\ tariff bill, subsequently passed into law on Sept. 19: "It is apparent that this project is actually aimed to enrich a few and to create turmoil and unemployment in many of our kev industries, anil it has been dreamed up and is being pushed by Pre*. ident Kennedy's political bosses and mentors, men who run the ( uun cil of Foreign Relations and the Business Advisory Council And who. in Curtis Dall's view, are these "bosses and mentors"' Said he: "However, in this case, the real center and heart of this international cabal shows its hand: namely, the political Zioi st planners for absolute rule via One World Government." KtCOMMlNDATIONS WITH A V/fW <> 1 THE MIAMI JUNIOR Womans Club is among Florida or that have endorsed this view as a perfectly valid statement of the new tanlf law's intent for the nation. Apparently, thi Miami socialites also underwrite their faith in Dairs amplil his thesis: 'This is the basic group thai created and Qnam called Communism, which bores upward on Christian so the bottom Hence, one wonders if President Kennedy 1 how become a working 'paw n' in their game." Such conclusions, and the endorsement of them as as pression of the ongoing policies of our government, are norn pected from extremist groups encompassing a wide variety of political orientations: among them, those offering as rote their anU-catholic, anti Ni gro, and anti-Semitic sentiments. But the Miami Junior Womans Club, a rarified body of elite young ladies, is by no of the imagination a part of this constellation. Or is it? "A Message from the Juniors" is the title of a list of r commended reading and radio listening compiled by the club, and new hanging at Holmer Drug Co, on Biscayne Blvd. Posted among th* innocence of ice cream sodas, cosmetics, camera film, multi purpose .polished pills, and pocket books, all common fare of..the well stocltejl "corner drug store." the list warns: "Don't Let I's^Bpco.nie a"<*imunist America." and launches into its persuasive campaign b;. suggesting the J. Edgar Hoover volume. "Masters of Deceit, primer in the literary armament against subversion. THt SUP THAT BITtAYt INItHT THIS IS A sound and laudable opening; but then, the Miami Junior Womans Club slip begins to show. "Listen to the Following K.ioio/ Programs." the placard posted on a large bulletin board urges, offer* ing among others: the Christian Crusade. 20th Century Reiorraation. and the Anti-Communism School of the Air. Item: The Christian Crusade, of Tulsa. Okla., is headed b> the Rev. Billy James Hargis, whose anti-Semitic associations and back ground are a well-documented and long time thing. Item: 20th Century Reformation is sponsored by the Rev. farl Mclntire, a defrocked Presbyterian minister. Mclntire is an open associate of hatemonger Hargis, and played a key role in the antiCatholic activity that served as a prelude to the 1960 Presidential campaign. Item: The Anti-Communism School of the Air has been a disseminator of extreme right-wing material, which repeatedly attacks the U.S. Government for one "blindness" or another. Norb Gariety. the program's broadcaster, recommended back In November. 1961 that listeners attend a series of lectures bv Kenneth Coff then appearing in Miami. Goff. not so incidentally, was at one time associated in the field of hatemongering with Gerald L. K. Smith, who has been denounced as a bigot by no less an organization than the American Legion G iff also shared the platform at a meeting in 1955 with Conde MctSlnlev, publisher of the vicious anti Semitic sheet. "Common Sense." McC. %  ley may he seen as cited in a 1954 report of the House Committ--.' on Ln-Amcrican Activities. WHAT THt KlADt* SHOULD KNOW UUHAT ELSE DOES the Miami Junior Womans Club recomim I In the "Subscribe to the Following" category, the socialite organization really comes into its own. Here are suggested such like publications 1S "Citizen Speaks," 'The American View." | nomk Council Letter. and the "Dan Smo.it Report" Item: ''Citizen Speaks" has been amply documented in thi umn on Feb. 23 and arecently as Nov. 23. which discussed Miami < nlropractor Jerome I> Harold and his Committee to Warn o: the Arrival of Communist Merchandise on the Local Business sHarold S committee, now a hero of the national John Birch get is an ardent subscriber and letter-writer to "Citizen Speaks." which bills itself as "Christian, Constitutional, and Conservative." lt.s publisher, v ,i. Cardan, of Key Biscayne, declared in a recent issue: "The money changers had better wake up because the monej spenders are h. ginning to" and -Those who w.ll not tolerate Christmas in OLK schools shoufd not profit |,y Christinas in THEIK store*." Other issues ,,f -Citizen Speakshave opened the..pages to H tsyron Gaar, Jr., of Miami, who demands thai newspaper OWOfln align themselves "100S with Christ and the C.S.A.." and who recommends as an example Publisher Tyler (i Kent, of the now defunct sun (Palatka, Fla.) Kent, as reported here Nov. 23. was at one inn.a clerk in the IS Embassy in London. In 1940 he was ,h rued uiih passing secret information to the Nazis, tried, convicted and spent several years in a British prison. Dr. Harold himseU the author of anti Semitic poison pen "' m0 %  ""'•,' "'""' '" k which he circulates to Miami community lead""'"mi, the mail, and who has a pitch for Ins commit!-. ? veB "'"" ""' : 1 "' %  %  "Citizen speak-.I, immediate!) I oy unsigned articles ol praise, preaumabl) from the pei ,s| "'' "' '"to such notorious aim Semites .,, perennial Demo cratic candidate John G Crommelin, of v, Adm (KC| %  repudiated i>> both id U£ j Continued on Page 6-A w



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Page 26-B Jen /si? rtcridiaw Friday. Decer-.be: 21. UNDfff tm STtlCT AMD CONSTANT lOCAi KAi.MKAL SUMYISIOM Of KABU TIBO* H. STUM Jo \~~sOinmctnoratc the ^Jreat


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?age 4-B +Jeist flcrkiten Friday. December 21. 1962 Kendall Home Holiday Program Community affairs committee of Temple Beth Am sponsored a holidav program for residents of the Kendall Horrn.^ for the Aged on U.Mlin j e ^ l J ^ ** %  %  •"< Mrs Bernard Lash was guest: soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Paul Draizer. Also on the program was Dr. Stanley Wellins in a group of songs, accompanying himself on the guitar. Mrs. S. Ronald Pallot and Mrs. Howard Kalzen are "press commentators" for the Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Assn's. 'Holiday Bruncheon" at the Algiers Hotel on Dec. 26. AEPhi Alumnae 'Press Interview' JWV Auxiliaries Plan Holiday Fete For Servicemen Ladies" Auxiliaries of the Jewish War Veterans of the ISA. Llade and Broward Counties, will hold their annual Holiday Season party on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., ;" the Servicemen's Center, LOth si. and Ocean Dr. Nine auxiliary chairmen will participate and help serve the 350 serviceman and 200 junior hostesses expected al th evenl Chairmen participating In the joint social i Mesdami Diane Ru hmond, North Dad. Helen Latimer, North Miami Beach; Etta Stemple, Miami Beach: Ann Hofstadter, North Shore; Jean Kaufman, Murray Solomon; Lena Gold. Wcsl Miami; Frieda Feingold, Norman Bruce Brown; Ida Messer. Hollywood; and Sadie Landay, Ham I ; Surf side. Chairman of the event i> Mrs Arthur Lee, A check for S3.000 chages hands at the recent women's i o tional convention of the American Technion Society at Pi a delphia. enabling three students to attend Israels biggest er gineering college {or a year. The scholarship funds were raise by the Greater Miami Chapter, headed by Mrs. Philip Th( (nghtV Accepting (leW is Mrs. Marie Levy, executive direct with Mrs. Trudy Homer schlag. national membership man, Mrs. Leo Rutstein, Miami's financial secretary, been approval. Wise Unft Will Hear Speaker Mrs. Merman Feller, presidcnl 10 IS a.m., at which guea! oi the Louise Wise Chapter, Amerei will be Rabbi MornSka nan Jewish Congress, announces Temple Beth Shiran, in tal plans for a Chanuka luncheon "Jewish Veluea." meeting on Thursday noon. Dec 27, .^ l)ci .j ; ,i musical program at the Lombards Hotel. i„ presented by Mrs. Ann Prior to the meeting, a study White, accompanied by Jc eroup will gather at the hotel at Schreibman at the piano. K cph Alpha Epsilon Alumnae Association will hold its 20th annual "Holilay Bruncheon" next Wednesday, .1:30 a.m., at the Algiers Hotel. To commemorate the 20th anni•erysary event, the program for he afternoon will feature "press Urffce Forty Sunday Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will 'po.!>Kr a latke party for children •f the Sunday and Hebrew Schools m Sunday at 9:30 a.m. conference." with "press commentators." Mrs Howard Katzen and Mrs. s. Ronald Pallet, 'interview. i ing" many world-famous personali: ties. President Mrs. Stanley Roth said the afternoon "will be informative and entertaining, as well as an opportunity to see old friends again." Reservations for AEPhi alumnae and their friends and relatives are being taken by Mrs. Daniel Franco and Mrs. Roth. from now on if you want homemade stuffed cabbage rvta.v*v-" ask for HEBREW NATIONAL So what? FEATURED AT A f*ir • G" nd Un,0 n $ TJ Tilly SP-'-*" H Z A food C.n..r h n9, "Win, Co Z>on rwii It takes us something like seven hours to prepare. It takes you only three minutes to simmer 'n serve. So from now on, if you want Kosher stuffed cabbage as a main dish, appetizer dish, party dish or any other dehsh-dish- get a jar of new Hebrew National. It's waiting for you at your food store. — AND OTHE* FINE FOOD STORES They're just as delicious and just as strictly vegetarian this way. In fact, the only mistake you can make is not having more Heinz Kosher Vegetarian Beans in the house when they start asking for seconds. Which they always do. Every label can-be tha Q IMI ..f approval at raa UNION OK ORTHODOX nwam CONCRECATIONS of aaUBUCA.



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Friday. December 21. 1962 *Jmisti fkridHctin Gen. Allenby Was a Modern Maccabee Page 13-D Continued from Pag* 5 D 1'iilars of Wisdom, Lawrence hasled off lo Allenby s H.Q. j n item to tender his congrat1 found the great man unmovexcept for the light In hia >a as Bols bustled in ever; IS nutta with news of some widows. Allenby had been before he started, thai to the result a.s almo i bore%  two British generals belam had never i ven got to • baM with the Turk V I (,en. Allenby himself ha.I not >. outstanding tor his brilli' before taking command of the Egyptian Expeditmnary Force •hree years after thtoutbreak of IT, What. then, had broim'n t this miracle? \far as Allenby was concernre was no miracle. Quite he was getting inside intiofl about the Turks from up of young Jews in Palesi These early Sabras had itel themselves to ht-lpi n -.; the British as a means of obtainI iiional liberation for the No Miracle for Him The cat was let out of the bag I Few years later, by the gen < %  leading mi mbers of N'ili lost their lives.


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Friday. December 21, 1962 Beach Auxiliary group president, walo give the message of welInvocation was to be by : rah Morgonatarn, president 1 Miami group. Mr and Mrs Sam Baum were to %  'amored on their 40th wedding larj Mrs. Baum is visiting h"pitsl chairman M • Rose Yokell was to present .1 prn^rain of sont;s. accompanied al 'he piano by Mrs. IfOI -etistcrn. In charge of reservations waMi's Anne Tanenbaum. Rabbi Klein in Pulpit \n inw Klein, spiritual lead W of New Haven, Conn i~ in Mi Beaeh, lie will eecupy ihe 1 "t Beth Jacob Congregation "1 Uie ahsenee of Habbi TlbOf 11 His lather i~ a past president of Ihe Yehudah Mo-he Men's Club. *• •* • James Dokson James Dokson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dokson. 738 \V. 50th St.. Miami Beach will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Dee. 22, of Temple Bet 1 Sholom Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. while on ,, I state Department 1 ,, ''""'~ ? """' '" : "' ,h, Beth ,. sholom confirmation class of 5724. mission lo ihe 1 mral \.; cr can Ricky Berlin country last year. \a result ol the initial pr %  %  !. %  -made un1 %  Gordon pli n fied for tor-American !>• velopment loan m No 1 Rabbi MornSkop will officiate al the Bar Mitzvah of Rickj Bei iin n Satui %  inc. Dec. 22, at Temple Beth Shirah. Paul I). Berlin, of 5ioo SW WUi Reception in his honor will Ave. He is a seventh grade sinlow the service. dent at .South Miami Junior High School. sul Rosoff Ili< parents and his brother. Saul, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Lr Gary, will be hosts ; ,i the kiddush Rosoff, will become Bar Mltz ol^mcifiealion following ,he sc,: i| >orvu s condwted by R., 0 Norman N. Shapiro and Car. Joseph Huooert William W. Lipson in Beth D;-Temple Ner Tamid will be the t i '""-"' u; "" 1 '" n Saturday m site of the Bar Mitzvah of Joseph, son of Mr and Mrs Abraham linn pert. 1355 Cleveland Rd., on Saturn Dec. 22. Rabbi Eugene I.-'i'"\:-./ will officiate. Joseph udenl • Temple Ner Tarn Religious School, and al the kiddush following, in hi ing, Dec. 22. Saul is an eighth gra stui at Rii iera Junior High. He pi the guitar, and is a stamp co tor. Mr. and MrRosoff will be hi % % %  %  • ......... (( jviivui, OIIU -•' 1 II MIIHU Iiu kv '" %  •"" "I Mr and Mrs. | S( attends Nautilus Junior High, ol their son. DAIRY DISHES S SNACKS TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONES fjust as they always have) Anyway you slice it.. tempting spread! Put the best where It belongs-on your table. It's a good family custom Anytime you se^e, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness bargam $,^0^' !" ^ duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good hfeteday!



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' 7age 10-A *Jimill> fl&ridtitor) (AS. >lga/#? Opposes Peace fa/A? for Middle East Continued from Page 1-A -. Davis, American com mist:mer-genera I of the UN agency. sraelis have condemned the retort as containing a pro-Arab attude in its political sections. lc also told the political comhas never received formal United itec that the United States telt States approval, was rejected by •ta the 'primary responsibility' solving the Arab refugee prob -n restei oum Seaiand publicly IdentiiieaHtMlfTW to th"ptwiiil nil both the Arabs and Israel, and was found unacceptable by the two partners of the I'nited States on 6 reality." Conciliation etforts third parties "however earnest. • r ingenuous and well-intention—, nnot suceeed in the absence of, disposition on both sides of the Tiistice lines" to show "genuine ncern for the refugees as human ings above all else." He added! at disposition had been "dissap mtingly absent." Deploring the "same rigid atti-, tes" which he said both sides i d held for 15 years, he said that : lite the United States had always i en in favor ol direct talks whenOr "this offers a real prospect Israel sources described the Rowan statement as "constructive" en the whole. Israel was reported sat'sfied with Rowan's statement dissociating the United States from some of the political comments made by Dr. Davis in his report. It was noted with satisfaction that the United States, in opposing a UN custodian for Arab property in Israel, had taken a position similar to Israel and for the same reasons. Shortly after Rowan spoke, the PCC filed its report with the polltical committee without mentioning a single word about any rehelping the refugees, or of j suits "of Dr. Johnson's missions. ler constructive outcome." he Thp PC £ reported on its corded that under present conditinuintj; task of seeking to identify ns. "such proposals are unhtip: and evaluate properties left behind by the fleeing Arabs in 1948 The i> praised the work of the PalCommission reported that it had ine Conciliatory Commission and identified 453.000 separate parcels itspecial Middle East envoys, of Arab-owned lands The value Joseph E. Johnson, who has of the parcels has not yet been reRepublics. lie followed the Arab line, en-orsing Arab claims thai only repatriation ol the Arab refugees i" Israel v oald solve the cut.re Arab-Israeli problem. The addresses were marked for the first time in the lengthy debate by a vigorous rejection by one of the delegates ot the antiSemitism the Arabs have injected into the debate. Hermond Lannung of Denmark, challenged the Arabs "in the name of decency" on such equations of Israel and Naiism. He said that those makiny such charges did not know what Nazism was or "were indilierent to Nazi ism's true character, which is even more deplorable. He recalled how Denmark saved 6.500 of its cloomei Jews from ih pretense that Israel does not exist." He also suggested that Israel might help matters by admitt : ng a "number" of refugees. Delegates lor Iceland and the Ivor) Coast a-ked (r passage ol the 21 member resolution calling for direct peace talks between Is lael and the Arab states Kirstjan Albertson of Iceland, diftenng with lulled States opposition to that resolution, said he could not see what harm could be done DJ such an appeal particularly s.nce it appeared peace "could no! be attained by any other means. Arsenc A Ishcr of the Ivory the Arabs to help solve the refugee problem and criticized them for "picking i nd DOG RACiHG EVERY NIGHT EXCfcPT SUNOAV Sepl. 28-Jan. 12 i. en seeking for two yearto work ported by the PCC. The PCC :> 1>" delebate, brought the assassination ol the late Count Folke Bernadotte into the debate, lie clatmed thai tli Security Council had in 1949 twice condemned Israel lor the Bewadotte mur er Michael Comay, the chief Israeli delegate. promptly chalh he Lebanese speaker to produce the Security ncil documents. The Lebanese said he would do so "tomorrow morning." Comaj replied, "Don'l bother to wait until tomorrow. 1 have them here He preceded to read the two resolutions ol 1911) and challenged anyone to find the Square Dcnce Exhibition All seventh and eighl grade boys ai.d Milare invited to be guestl el the Miami VM1IA Branch at a "Chanuka Hop'" Tuesday. 7:30 p.m., ai 450 S\\ liiih Ave Highlighting the entertainment will be a square dance exhibition by the Square 1 Dance Club of Shenandoah Junior High School under the direction of Morion S Raisen, t some amelioration of the Arab reported that to dale Israel has .ugee problem. Commenting turned over the equivalent ol SH •rft nothing would i>< published on 889.816. in the unfreezing "i Arab Johnson'suggestions, be urgrefugees accounts in Israel bank.-, the delegates to ignore "various to Arab holderol the accounts. Opening Saturday, Dec. 22 The funniest Show in Town!!! Another Great Lucerne Comedy Success "YOU GOTTA HAVE MAZEL" Starring TOT!E A SARAH FIELDS W RUBINE Davey Karr Phyllis Miller Eddie Lane, M.C. Accepting Limited Party Bookings For Information Phone it 2-2541 MutiC : Ray Abrlmi Orchestra fiece*H4 COILINS AVE. at 41st ST. SHOWTIME EVERY NITE 9:30 P.M. FBI. & SAT. 9:30 & 11:30 P.M. 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Friday, December 21, 1962 roster of standby boarding officers. I will deal with the occasion when I took charge in some dctail as it was an exenence I am not likely to forget. My "illegal" was a ship of about 5(K) ton.-, with •lie usual diew>clA'!igiiH' and it flew %  he Italian flag. When we came up with her there was one man on deck. We hailed him hut lie 110 notice. This was tin usual lion and we had interpreters ready who could speak most Eui' in languages, At last an American voice from •he wheelbouse denied thai the A as an "illegal We knew :!.iwas a lie We could -re flog. ..: holes in the hatch coi er pulling the corners down !o let in a little more air. We pointed this out. After two hours i| double talk they knew the name aup. Series of Feints The hatch cover was thrown back. The immigrants streamed cut and the Star of David was .ni-ted to the masthead The firs? ;hing the 600 immigrants did was Jo form queues for the only two toilets in the forecastle. We de.: ied to board that evening hut first the "iron-mongery" h.Ht t.i i carried out. There were a series of feints. kV< approached giving all the indications that we were about to board. They met us with salvos ol old cans, bits of metal and half bricks. The object was to get rid of as much of this ammunition aa possible. Each approach was greeted with bursts of defiance •ongs from the immigrants. It was dusk when we made our final run. My party was split into three I had delivered a suitable pep" talk on not standing any i.-nsense The Captain went alongside and we jumped. We gained control of the ship quickly hut not before she had been thoroughly sabotaged. "Verulum" took us in tow. I then made an inspection of tt^lhrhridliicnn Page 13-C Dl^nV M 7 D ? Y T ,r0m Mass rhuset.s walked off a gangplank at Haifa Port, Israel, recently and on to a wai.ma bus going to Jerusalem Miss Marsha Ka.z. of Newtonville. may not have reahzed it, but in EO doing, she became the 500th Amencan student to arrive in Israel for study at one of Israels Z^ OP li ly : g T ma ^.itutions 'he Hayim Greenberg Instate. Photo shows sm.les and certificates after a hard year s study. ihe >hip The people were living i" the hold where they ate and blepl They had wooden shelves— about 12 to a shelf—for beds. Reminded me of the old slave ships. The filth and smell is impossible to describe. In the corner of a tmy compartment, used as a sick bay, was a sack, I told a c P.O. with me to look inside. It contained a dead baby When the ship docked in Haifa the Army took over and the Jews were shipped to Cyprus. The biggest effort to force through an illegal immigrant ship was made in July 1947, with the • President Warfield." a Canadian lake steamer, renamed "Exodus 1947." The Palestine problem was being debated at the United Nations at the time and the Jews decided to make a splash. My ship was not present during the action which led to the arrest of the "President Warfield" but we had first-hand accounts from our friends. She was the Holiday Greetings To Our Many Customers HOOPER HOUSE. INC. D. Kaufman, President 6444 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI PL 4-0617 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA SAL HONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC. PAINT AND BODY WORK Our Guarantee — Your Satisfaction 1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach Ph. 947-8685 TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS MILTON E. THOMPSON & SONS ROOFING FRti ESTIMATES TU 8-1549 347 East 4th St. H'l ah T'J ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733 largest vessel to challenge the British blockade. With 4,554 pass. engers on board, the ship had b( en specially prepared to resist capture by the Navy. These preparations included: 1. 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NE WLY-fORMD ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCID HERE THIS WEiK xs. Meyers Heads Federation of Women Una Brenner Meyers was. • day mimed president of the irmed Federation of Jew i| i anization is an outgrowth earlier Federation of JewOrganisation! Lefcourt, president of the r Miami Jewish Federation, I • announcement th.it Mrs and the newly-formed arm will coordinate all activities in behalf ol lion. • Tl will he done by planning trying out a year-round pro ra; starting with participation in mbined Jewish Appeal camand continuing with comeducation for the many groups in the Greater Mi Ini area." Lefcourt explained. pi ration of Jewish Women will jlso aim to develop a resourcci cup to seek out and train com aunt leader*, form a Presidents Lour.. to preside at utter-agency (if women's groups here I limunity coordinating com I : %  > Iiring to these agencies I d< istanding of each other's Lr ims, Mrs Meyers is one of the most outstanding women'leaders in Florida, she is an internationally prominent attorney and currently a member of the Dade County School board, in accepting the api" intment, Mrs. Meyers Bald that "this r .1 ization will afford each ol us an opportunity to join to gcthcr and build a better Miami community The participation of so many outstanding women lead era in the Federation ol Jewish V.omen will, 1 know, prove a unifying and coordinating source as • we prepare the loundation lor to morrow Mrs. Meyers announced that tentative plans are now being made for two important meetings in January. She also announced the following women, who have acceptt ii positions in the newly-formed I ederation Ol Jewish Women ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation: Campaign vice president, Mrs. Jack Ahlin; community resources vice president, Mrs. Irving Lehrman; chairman, Mrs. Marshall Harris; community education vice president. Mrs Charles P. Feinberg; chairman. Mrs. George Graham; presidents council vice president. Mrs. .lean c Lehman; community coordination vice president. Mrs Gerald P. Soltz; chairman. Mrs. Milton Green; recording secretary, Mrs. Joseph Wilkes; coriesp ,n ling secretary, Mrs. Sol Silverman; parliamentarian, Mis Milton Sirkin; and nominating committee, Mrs. Sidnej Lewis. Mrs Meyers has served with Federation's board of governors, executive committee and the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division. She was an organizer of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, one of the early direi lors ol the YM and Y.MHA, and was presi lent of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, now the Jewish Family and Children's Ser\ ice, the oldest social service agency in Dade County. Liste l in "Who's Who in Amen•' i n en," Mrs. Meyers received the Dade County "Outstanding Citizens Award" in 1957. and in Fel ruary, 1959 she was winner of the annual Brotherhood Award of the National Conference of ChrisI'.. and Jew s. MSS. ANNA BR[NNtK MtYtRS the W ovnan s njj.rU dfewislri Floridiaxi Miami, Florida, Friday. December 21, 1962 Section 5 by ISABEL GROVE '. tme al 1250 SW 17'.h imi, is a busy one now (or I MrHyman Mandel \ m from Chicago ihter, Faye, her husme Cohen, and their 1 daughter, Miriam rhe sounds of little i,, t and .i (ooinK baby voice are i I) pleasant ones for the especially since Miriam lir-t grandchild But A out be the same come t of the New Year, when J : e has to return to his high teaching position in the R. City ng young Students home holidays is Sherna Simon vho'l taken the midwin let cation at Brandeis Univerher opportunity to visit enU, Mr. and Mr-. Sam iionhoff. of 5925 No. BayDr. In addition to her 1 study schedule, Sherna has .nmehow managed to com2 paintings which were re the subject of much fai comment in a Boston art n alescing from recent iurDavid Jacobson. of 1611 n \\e.. is recuperating al i of hii -on and daughter Mr and Mrs Charles R of Coral Gables H< rbert S. Rubinstein is com i after being eommisssecond lieutenant in the Vir Force. fnHowing gradnom OTS at Lackland Al'Ii in Texas Happy are Mr and MrIrving Rubinstein, ol • 15 SW 35Ul St. Miami The new lieutenant, who's a CM grad. will be reassigned to Greenville Miss. Joining in the "homecoming" celebration will be the Rubinsteins' daughter and son-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stuiman, who are also arriving here with their two children. Richard and Suzanne. 3 Mr aid Mrs Charles Char cow sky. of Miami Beach, are entertaining interesting guests from Juneau, Alaska Viola's son. Walter Gruenberg, and his lovely wife, Joan, are spending the holidays with the Charcowskys, following a trip to Europe out taking in the ban.l concert and athletic activities at Westbrooke Country club on Sunday the club's newest members, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Carlin. of No. Miami Beach It was a relaxing day for Dan. who in addition to hibusiness, has been extra busy HUM' days finishing work on a new play Dan and his Elaine have two sons Lynda Beigel, daughter of the Morton Beigels, idue in town on 1 it -day This will be her first V-Uit home in a year and a hall She istudying at the Instilu'e oi Archaeology at the I'mversitj ol London • Lynda I reviousl) was al the Umversitj ol Hamburg in Germany tor a >. ar She planto be in town tor two weeks. Among the young ladies to be presented to Ambassador Abraham Darom and Mrs. Daiom at the Ambasadci's Ball Saturday night in the Fontainebleau Hotel are (clockwise from left) Elaine Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Auqust: Cynthia Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Murry Grossman; Ellyn Sue, daughter ol Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Greene; Arline. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin; Carol Lvnn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton R Blum; Ba:bara. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rcbert L. Turchin; Jill, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing; Dorothy, daughter o. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toppell; K a r 1 e n e Gail, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bogis. and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathar. K. Specter. Also to be presented are Alanc daughter of Mrs. Beatrice K. King; Sheila dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter; Carol granddaughter of Mrs. Rose Schoenfeld; Car.aence Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs. June Witlin and Miss Nanci Zivitz. daughter of Dr. anc Mrs. Nelson Zivitz, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Sirkin. 'See also, Fage 3-A. PANCAKES: THE STELLAR ATTRACTION (ZftcrnM whuh she fed Holofei were said to have in en made of cheese Judith, who saved hei people bj beheading the chief genKl of the enemi torn-, habeen -ueh an inspiring example ol cour,, intelligence, and patriotism throughout the centuries that the tried cakeor pancakes which symbolize her act arc featured in par• es among Jews ol man> I For our own party we have sugI ested a menu which mroul be suit aWe i or a cropol L2. The fi n ap petizers whuh can all be purchased are accompanied bj tomato iui'ce and a selection of raw vege table strips The food for this course ;„„ a selection ol raw vegetable s r ip S The food lor this course could b. d ^ ,h '' llv,n room for Ihe guests to serve themselves. For our stellar attraction, the pancakes, two recipes are given. The in -t Mime properly is one containing COttage cheese. The second made with buckwheat Hour and yeast, is also traditional. Par ,,i tinfavorite are ci<-accompaniments of tl Chanuka roast goose; but, aim urs a "milchig" party, a richer recipe made with milk and butter has been selected. Potato latki are also suggested; but If you lik %  i„ .. c iuld be reserved for anothi lanuka's eicht days '-i' q iate time In which to ser Should the potato latkeI % %  U ble the recipe for C cheesi pancakes. v C ( pancakes must be cat. i •hot oil the griddle." one way t • avoid long waiting by the guesti or the necessity of having the Continued on P9 B



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Page 10-C +JemstiFk>rktiaP_ Friday, Decerr.ber 21 1962 lll I I IS ROAR IIAKIIKK SHOP 6781 S.W. 56th STREE1 The Path of Our Commitment to Judaism > • By MOSHE DAVIS Director. Institute of Contemporary Jewry, Herbrew University of Jerusalem There are men who write history, and there are others who Shape history. Israel Goldstein belongs to ihe select group of men who have both written and helped shape contemporary Jewish life, in particular that of the American Jewish community Preeminent as rabbi and leader in Zionist and world Jewish affairs, Dr. Goldstein has always been called to exercise his unique gifts of leadership. His lifelong service to the world Jewish community has been a liturgy of action, in which the immediate and crucial needs of his people necessarily took precedence. Yet Dr. Goldstein did not permit his proclivity and talent for historical writing to be whollyenveloped by the test of the hour. Early in his career, for example, he wrote "A Century of Judaism in New York" (1930). a study which has remained a basic resource in American Jewish history. Subsequently he has published several volumes which are. in effect, a record in perspective of the events in which he himself participated and led Tract of Commitment The mo.-t recent volume in this "observer-participant" genre is "Transition Years."' a collection of addresses delivered in various centers of Jewish life during the years 1960-1962, beginning in New York and continuing into the first years Of Dr. and Mrs. Goldsteins settlement in Jerusalem. "Transition Years" emerges as a tract of commitment of a rabbi whose practice Is even more elquent than his preachment; of a Jewish leader w hose Mistamed Holiday Greetings to All Our Many Friends and Patrons RIVIERA PHARMACY 4720 IE JEUNE ROAD Phene MO 1-5321 truest Lieberman, Pre*. CHANUKA Greetings MRS. V. C. PLUMMER ABBOTT ELECTRIC, Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Wiring — Repairs Alterations of All Kinds S400 North Miami Avenue PHONE FR 3-6294 Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons Fenton & Muskat REALTORS 529-41st STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-0631 Facsimile of a clay tablet written in ancient Hebrew alt ibet script in which the Bible was originally written was inc' ided in a recent library exhibit at the Jewish Theological Serr.'.r.ary of America in New York. The exhibit portrayed book, and manuscripts on a broad variety of subjects culled fror the library, and intended to depict the scope of the library ?. lection. achievement is crowned by the description only he and his wife could bestow upon themselves— olim In this light the content of "Transition Years" i< permanent, and the i.ieas assume a sigmti cance far beyond the chronology of the three years under review Many ol the salient Ideal which weave through the volume relate to central issues on the agenda of world Jewish policy. The reviewer, of course, can touch only upon -ome of these. l)r Goldstein write'with force and per ception. and with an equal measure of candor, on the place of the synagogue in diajpori< • tsh life, the unfilled tasks i Zion. ism, the problems of Wi I low. ish unity, and the responsi lilies of Israel in the cultural ai -pintual evolution of Jewr .nowhere. For the author, dedicate); -th* faith of bis fathers ( his childhood days in Phil.;; 'Iphia, and rabbi for more than four decades of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun of MOM York, th •>*" %  gogue is not a soctologl ,: lilt ion in Judaism, as it % %  %  Continued on Page 15-C SWIMMING Pool Troubles? Consult the Beach's Oldest Pool Specialists DYSART Leaks Corrected Painting, Repairs Monthly Servi • ALL WORK GUARANTEED SERVING GREATER MIAMI JE 1-5069 24 Hr. Servic %  F. H. MILLER GARAGE Complete Auto Service Phone HI 3-7802 3300 SW 8th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA TO ALL GREETINGS CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY COMMERCIAL — INDUSTRIAL Air Conditioning — Wiring — Alterations & Repa--* PERRINE 8508 SW 129th Terrace Perrine CE 5-361 o GREETINGS Jack Bell BELL EXPRESS SERVICE, INC. "FAST AIR EXPRESS OUR SPECIAUY'' Phone 887-9469 992 SE 9th Terrace Hialear



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Friday. December 21. 1962 had already received widespread indications of South African Jewry's dismay, (it had been ;i spontaneous reaction: from m.i > parts of the country, Jew. hid sen) him telegrenti deploring Israel's vote.) Dr. Verwoerd showad ;< warm appreciation <>r the reaction. "My strongest sympa'^y" he said. i> with South African Jewry in this situation." Everyone must clearly distin•juish. lie said, between South African Jewry and the COM," nient of Israel, in the situation which had arisen, "it is the Government of Israel.'" he raid, • %  which has taken the decision, I ain convinced that South African Jewry is deeply disturbed and (iocs not agree with what the Government of i-rael has done Uncomfortable Questions In takmi this stand, he was moving constructively forward from Ms reaction to Israel's similar vote last year. He was also living a clear lead to the country against associating anti-Jewi~h feeling with the reaction to Israel's vote. He put some uncomfortable questions to Israel. Having voted for the resolution, was she going to be consistent and carry it out? Her ties with South Atnca meant more to Israel than to South Africa: was -he yoine to sacrifice them, knowinu how that would affect Jews in South Africa? Had she considered that where sanctions were concerned, Fews, because of the prominent part they played in commerce in Si nth Africa, might be among the hardest hit? And would South African Jewry, he wondered, >Ull send gifts to Israel, and ber sons to settle there'' The Johannesburg 'Star.'' South Urica's leading English daily, I bought th<' Prime Minister was carrying the issue too far. "It would be well," it said, "to understand the position in which Israel finds itself in the present ideological offensive. Situated "Jowtsti Ik rHim in Older adults wUh the guidance of skilled Jewish Community Center professional workers, enjoy an aits and craft* class. Aged fingers become nimble as cloth, paper and metal take the shape of art objects with traditional Jewish designs as the motii. The heritage of our Jewish culture, which finds solemn expression during the Chanuka season, is a living inspiration for people of all ages. on the fringe of the Alrican world and surrounded and threatencd by Arab States, it can certainly not afford to incur thcTiostility ol a continent. It remains to be seen what action it will, in fact, take to implement the resolution for which it \ote.l ... II would be good diplomacy not to press Israel too hard t<> make these decisions now. Sanctions are an embarrassment it may well be anxious to avoid." Showing Disapproval The "Star" also opined it would be unfair to expect South African Jews to break their associations with Israel. "That they have close family and sentimental ties with Israel is inevitable and in many respects both praiseworthy and beneficial to South Africa In much the same way. must English-speaking people SEASON'S BEST TO AIL A. LEVA OPA LOCKA SILICA SAND Inc. 1850 N. BURLINGTON ST. OPA LOCKA, FLA. Phones: MU 1-4683-MU 1-4861 561 N.E. 79th ST. Ph. 759-4324 Angra Trail Studio "PHOTOGRAPHY" HOME PORTRAITS WEDDINGS • GRADUATIONS Special "Color Album" for All Occasions IDENTIFICATIONS • BAR WITZAHS 5775 S.W. 8th STREET Ph. 665-7213 To All Happy Holidays Contact Lens Service LEW and MARJORY HUNTINGTON 407 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JE 2-4837 Holiday Greetings to All Klene Towel & U^n Supply Co., Inc. LINEN SERVICE 216-7th STREET P" 5325 021 MIAMI BEACH have similar tics with Rritain, a tact which has been and still is Sreatly to South Africa's advantage." The leading Afrikaans weekly. T)aj;breek," look a different view. While it welcomed the statement made by the Chairman of the Hoard of Deputies, it hoped South African Jews would take steps to show in the economic field its disapproval of Israel's attitude. If. it said, "the South African fountain which has so beneficently showered monetary and other will will dry up. Mr. Ben-Gurion may have second thoughts." (in this aspect, a joint statement by the Board ot Deputies and the Zionist Federation, published as I write, makes the attitude ol South African Jewry abundantly clear. The statement Continued on Page 16-D HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM THE c. COMPANY HI 5-1441 1414 CORAL WAY Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loam LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge GREETINGS LEE'S TACKLE, Inc. Established 1920 324 N.E. 13th STREET MANUFACTURERS RETAIL Fishing Tackle Repairing Marine Equipment JEWELS SILVER WORKS OF ART vie, Antiques end Cunos INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach T. 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Page 12-B +Je*is* tkrkHan Friday. December 21, 1962 ? %  > The Courier Active personality In civic affaire, Sidney Amin, getting accustomed to his new post as president of new Channel 7 ... Dr. Morris Rockstein, of University oi Miami Physiology Department, has been named vice president tor biology and chairman of the publications committee of the Gerontologies! Society ... Dr. Michael Sigei. mlcrobiolgy expert at I of II, back from Europe, whore be presented a paper on marine lis'i studies in Turin, and ipoki on research conducted by himself and associates at National ln>titutc for Medical Research m London Harb Gimbet, retired advertising executive ill Mia..il Beach, approves plans lor a 11,000,000 cancer research aduiton to the University in Texas, honoring his late uncle, Mose Gimbel, of Houston Surfsidt has reset its Jamboree celebrating the widening of A-l-A tor Jan. 12. with Surfside-Bal Harbor-Bay Harbor Chamber of Commerce president, Mitchell Potter, cooperating With Sidney King, Loo Hoberman, Irv Schulman, Ray Wise, and Lee Howard in the one day celebration. • Mechanics Uniform Service'* decision to double Its United Fund pledge rather than give out the usual holiday gifts to customer, has won plaudits for Jack S. Popick and Al Sherman from successful I r chairman Jay I. Kislak Michael Sossin, Blackstone and Coronet Hotel owner, named delegate from Dade County to Jan. 7-8 national con clave of National Council of Senior Citizens in Washington, D.C. Sossin and Judge Henry Balaban join Claude Pepper as honorary hoard members of the American Federation of Senior Citizens Aaron Lipman, oi the Sociology Department at the U of M. is on leave as a Fulbright exchange professor at the University of Colombia in Bogota Morris A. Savitt. of the Management Department, has been accepted by the Journal of the American Society of Training Directors for publication next year. Harold Friedman, the big tube of the Radio business, is the new treasurer of the Heart Association of Greater Miami Herbert J. Cole, hi ad merchandiser for the general merchandise department of Food Fair, has been elected president of the Florida Housewares Club Toledo magnate Charles Fruchtman and his charming Jennie are back for the season, but son Leonard's horse racing prowess hasn't rubbed off on Charley John Lenard, of the Chuck Hall Travel office, has been selected as I one of 24 travel agents in the United States to participate in the Travel j Agents Study Tour in Israel in February, as a guest of the Israel Gov-j eminent. El Al and Zim Salvador Oliver, honorary consul of the | Republic of Honduras, has been elected a director of the Metropolitan Hank of Miami • Harold M. Katt, sales promotion manager of Food Fair Stores. Southern Division, has been named to serve on the committee for BusiEducation In the Vocational and Adult Division of the Dade County public school system Aaron Courshon iricking up wlicrcJack Gordon left off 1 n advisory government service. Albert Horowitz, art supervisor of Dade County schools, cited the 111 Beach Art Club tor itannual painting exhibition this week Ben Gaines to have another winner with his Coral Gables II iliday Inn. if the SUi Cess ol Alan Kessler and Jerry Weinkle with their, kel Avenue motel is anj criterion Nithan Gumenick. president Of i)-,. \\ Association, and South Shore Hotel Association president Bill Mechamic have been receiving national attention the rgetic efforts of tub thumper Ray R e dm an. Leonarc' Ccleman, Allen Goldberg, Leo Eisenstein, Bernie Weider Her.ry Coleman will not be in the Beach couiuilmanic sweepstakes, MRS. MAX RAPPAPORT Testimonial For Mrs. Rappaport A Testimonial dinner will be held for Mr-. Max Rappaport at Congregation Beth El's Dora August Hall on Sunday. Mrs. Rappaport is being honored "for her outstanding work on behalf of the congregation and Sis lei hood of Beth El, as well as for her activities in the Jewish community." She was one of the founders of Beth El Sisterhood 20 years ago, and is a charter mem her and life member Mr.Rappaport has live! her. 36 years, and has two children, a daughter, Sarah Zotz. of Philadelphia, and a son. Leslie, of Miami. She is a board member of Bikor Cholim. Mrs. Rappaport is treasurer of the local chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations. She is a; member of Mt, Scopus Hadassah land of the Dov Chapter of Mizrachi. She also belongs to B*nai B'rith Women and the Jew ish Home for the Aged. To All Chanuaka Greetings V. terrc CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Sjrfside HABERDASHERY 38th Year on Miami Beach TO ALL GREETINGS VISION im: COMPANY %  TO ALL GREETINGS JONES & SON, INC. HARDWARE CUTTING DIES-FIXTURES "Thousands of For The Optical Trade Useful Items" 1490 NE 131st STREET 10525 S. 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Page 6-A +Je*isti fhridiar Friday, December 21 Tr DtfMKC THE WftX AS I 5EE tT Elite Miami Women Endorse The Reading of Hate Literature Continued from Page 4-A Navy < iff i > as LOO ( hi %  tian, ami his | ...t form is Christ all the > ay ." Other lit 'mv n the recommended read! tunor Womans ClubffT9 literati "The American V %  P 0 Bos 33-734, M eatures a telephone service which ularly carries a host i a n • %  (ration m essa ges "The Amerii :>.:t View pro IOI %  d th 1 ri %  %  : in • %  hi i i %  Wesley Swift, a long-time anti-Semite, who haalso involved himself in anti-Catholicism, and was cited by the American Lesion in its Subversive Activities Report. [tern: "The Economic Council r." 156 Fifth Ave., -New York, published by the Kconomic Council, whose head was Merwin K. Hart until he died last week An anti-Semite of elite standing, Hart was also cited by th< I i gfon's subversive rundown. Item: "Dan Smoot Report." P.O. Box 6911. Lakewood Station. Dallas. Tex. Smoot is a self annointed "Harvard professor" and "former assistant to J. Edgar Hoover." WLOF-TV. the ABC television affiliate of Orlando. Kla., in an editorial last Apr. 26. exposed Smoot's fraudulent credentials and pegged him as a "typical extremist." who charges with being "Communis tic dangers Justice Earl Warren, the Kennedy Administration, the Cnited Nations. Mrs. Roosevelt, Ed Marrow. Walter Reuther. Secretary of Labor Goldberg, the income tax. and even fluoridation ot water." One can go on and on about the Miami Junior Womans Club recommendations It is astonishing that -" many of them turn oil* to he less than savory, and %  :• %  h s > smool h as the silken wardrtbe these socialites must surely wear. It is al %  < • interest ng to not %  that the Flor da ton of the A iti-Defantation L .'le ol B'nai B'rith, before which the Junior Womans Club i the Curtis Dall : sfimoh) was revealed by its executive director, Nathan Per! mi..t.r. at a statewide ADL meeting here Dee. 2. has l> en able (0 I Mice not a .-.ingle letter of exiti ry i o m m e nt from the i • d in thiorder were %  %  -e officials: Mrs. John C Walker, Miami Junior I Club, on Nov. 5; Mrs. %  Iker, in a 1 cond letter of inquiryNov. 10; Mrs. Charles Magill, advisor, Miami Junior Worn ans < lob, on NOT, 21; Mrs. Frank Inho. president. Miami Womans 1 -•' r sponsoring organization of the Junior Club, on Nov 26. Straws of a Broomstick Even more interesting is the listing of B i s c a y n e Gardens Association as among sources for their recommended reading in the "Above Books are Available From" category on the "Message from Miami Juniors" placard at Holnier Drug Co. Both the Bis cayne Gardens Association and the Miami Junior Womans Club were two of five Florida organization underwriters of the antiSemitic Curtis Dall testimony befcre the Senate Finance Com] mittee. Are the witches of "Macbeth" on the membership committee of i the Miami Junior Womans Club? Judging by the books and radio programs they recommend, it does seem that straws of a broomstick do tie together Beth Torah Consecrates 125700 Enrolled I I i 1 ;radj I SAMUEL ROTHBORT AND HIS ART. Beth Sholom Exhibits Artist's Works Temple Beth Sholom and the Bureau of Jewish Education are sponsoring a one-man show of Jewish art by Samuel Rothbort. The exhibition began last week at the Temple Beth Sholom Art Gallery. 4144 Chase Ave.. and will continue until Jan. 2. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays, and Sat urday and Sunday 9 to 1. Rothbort's watercolors were used Annual Party At Menorah Men's Club of Temple Menorah will sponsor it> annual "Father Child Night" in the form of a Chanuka partj for children of the Temple religious school and then father-. Ben Alter, president of the Men's Club, announced. To be held in the Temple's Soc ial Hall on Thursday, Dec. 2". at 7 p.m., the party will featuri supper and .-'.ar a magician, space shot in"' m< souvenirs and prises The Menorah will be kindled by youngest child in the nurserj school to the accompaniment of tra litional melodies of the festival. Men's Club officers, including Alter. Norman Shapiro, first vice president; Alex Frielman, second vice president; Leo Sonnenbliek. financial secretary; Herbert David Ray, corresponding secretary; Sam Hohauser, treasurer, and Lester Boldbert. chairman of the board. will act as h< Mesivta in Drive For Founders Mesivta Senior High School of Greater Miami this week an nounced a drive to enroll 1.000 founders. Designated as founders will be those who have donated $100 or more to the school at 1021 Biarritz Dr., Normandy Isle. Mesivta Senior High School was established here in 1(160 with a tenth grade. In 1961, an 11th was added This year, a senior class was opened to complete the high school prom.mi The public is invited to visit the school any day but Fridaj evening and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. SHERATON in the film. The Ghetto Pillow," which deals with life m the European Jewish Shtetl i uring the 1800s. and which recently won an' tional Council on Audio Visual Mat honorable mention from the N.ierials for Jewish Education. The film was also chosen as a Cnited States entry for the Edinburgh Film Festival. On Wednesday, the Sisterhood of the Temple held itregular monthly open meeting in the even ing instead of the afternoon The film, "The Ghetto Pillow," was shown, followed by a reception. The artist Rothbort was born in Walkovisk, White Russia, in 1882. For him it is not enough that a Jewish artist paint the beaut) ot nature or fantasy, "The eye of future generationwill some <\J> demand a true picture of the lives oi our grandfathers," he explains, "Because paint, like music, iBl international language," he records his memories in color A toTal of 125 fir-t gi School studentoration si i \ %  ah Congregation last i Irving Beidel, pi nounced. The students were ,, e( j .. Rabbi Max Lipshit/, er of the congregate :. This enrollment ol tx pushed total registri school to over 700 in pre school level througl high school, and has Torah amongg the tl synagogue schools in ty. Instructorfor the classes are Mrs J Mrs Michael GruCl Slevin and ( haim ( who were ati • %  %  rl Ho i • itihan Krri-hli I, W I l.i vim s I '• N M i .. ., H i • %  in 1 '., | >n vld Z %  ii I • v %  %  %  I • KlyiM \. i %  \. 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Page 10-D 9-Jfnist thrkliari Friday, December 2\, TO ALL GREETINGS QUALITY AND TASTE ARE ALWAYS REMEMBERED OPEN CVENINGS Our Only Location (7 CANDY SHOPPE JCCM S Our 31st Year Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rivkin Fin<> 4 undi< s. 4.in \<>re interested in knowing more about the Jewish winter festival which often adjoins Christmas in the calendar. and sometime! ierroneously referred to as the "Jewish Christmas." Chanuka is a holiday in it> own right and has behind it an intriguing story. Pronounced with a gargle, Chanuka is a Hebrew word meaning dedication." The holi la). observed for eight days, iso called because it commemorates the re-consecration of the ancient temple in Judea some it;:, years before the Christian era. Guerilla Tactics The sanctuarj had to be rededicated because it had been contaminated by the Syrian minions of a monarch named A '>chus. Heir, by several remove* if onethird of the empire of A ;andr the Great, Anttocbus id frcieed that all .>i bis --bjwu must pay him UUtSS n *\n adopt his kind "i • lolatt Everyone within his he did as Antiochui commas I I a cept for the Inhabitants •• %  tmj Judea. Taxes th < .ould y w bend their knee to the M gods the Judea it ould Bet The resuli tvai >n< of taTIORI lopsided conflict! ". hls''.!'.Y Tl GREETINGS Cnas. t. Colemon Coleman Solar Service • TANKS • BOOSTERS • NEW SYSTEMS • REPAIRS I 1007 SW 27th Ave. 6251 NW 2nd St. Phone HI 6-7854 Nights Sundays • Holidays Phone M0 1-8349 GREtT I N G S A. & B. WINICK Auto Radiator Service SERVICE & REPAIRS All Work Guaranteed ANY MAKE OF CAR 3218 NW 54th STREET Ph. 635-5337 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street Phone FR 9 2291 TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS Paul U. Tevis YOUR MAYOR OF SOUTH MIAMI 7225 S.W. 57th Court South Miami SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHAI JKA TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR. CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI. FLORIDA t fl Iff fI it | HAVEN MANOR SANITARIUM Endowed and Incorporated Roudennal lna Trinwonl Ri t ••• 24 Hour Nurtmg Car* tor Convalaictnti-lnvalidf-Agod Rgitr*d Nurte 0. E. THARP, Director LUES W. 6RIZZAR0, Director 2629 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI. FLORIDA "Wl COVER THl EARTH" { "pA "WE COVE* IM fAltl" the Sherwin-Williams Co. 7814 NE 7nd Ave -1300 W Flagl.r St FR 7 7588 1680 Alto-. M •-' B,,


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Friday, December 21, 1962 *Jenisr) fkridUati Page 15-. 5 Taking part m the f-rst steering committee Janis; Sam C. Levenson. campaign vice chairmeeting for the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal men; and Sum Blank. Standing are camoaiqn campaign, which set CJA s goal at Sl.629.810 viechairman, Leonard A. Wien Rabbi'l.eon >.ie seated (left to nqht) Leo Eisenstein: FedKronish Trvsonh N I ir>t !" T„e~~i, r-„i— right) Leo Eisenstein; Federation president. Sidney Lefcourt; campaign co-chairmen, Samuel Friedland and Ernest Kronish, Joseph N. Lipton, Joseph Cohen, Cal Kovens, Burton B. Goldstein, and Marshall Harris. CJA Sets $1,629,810 Goal for '63 Continued from Page 1-A our community a time for goforward," they added. "Chosen with great care and runturn, the campaign figure i~ realistic goal which can he i-hieved This is the minimum mount necessarj to help Federa and its agent ies meet the cods <>f men. women and chil en whom our one single annual bined Jewish Appeal campaign ervts around iin> corner and around the world." "Friedland and Janis stressed that completion of a successful 1963 CJA campaign would pro v ; t'e vitally needed services to Jewry in the Greater Miami area and in Israel and other countries overseas. "As the population of Dadc i ty expands av the ccnt< r of our city i't Miami, in< r< support will mean that Federation agencies will be given the tunit) of expanding services to meet the problen s ol families who live in North Miami, the Southwest area, and other rapidly-growing areas whose citizens need health and welfare services, guidance and counseling tor familj well-being," i hey declared. In 1962, Federation and CombinJewish Appeal served over 25.000 persons in Greater Miami, and over $325,000 men, women and children overseas and in Israel. \we go forward in the sil Mr anniversary year, we call upon all members of our community to share in the leadership of the ("JA by helping to meet the 1983 goal and establish a foundation tor serving today's needs and planning for a better community tomorrow." Friedland and Janis stressed. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES CHANUKA GREETINGS MURPHY & JORDAN, Inc. INSURANCE MANAGERS and AGENTS AFFILIATED WITH MURPHY & JORDAN, INC. WITH OFFICES AT 161 Park Avenue Rutherford, N.J. AND 179 Broadway New York 7, N.Y. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 1150 S.W. 1st Street FR 7-2318 Reform Jewry Sees Danger In Movement from Small Cities WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Two leaders of ihe I'nion of American Hebrew Congregations warned this week that a now migration of young Jews in America from small and middle sized towns to lar^e cities presents dangers to the growth of Reform Judaism. These concerns were voiced by Rabbi Jay Kaufman. UAHC vice president, and Myron E. Schoen, director of the L'AHC Commission on Synagogue Administration, at the opening session of a four-day leadership conference Lay and rabbinic leaderrepresenting the 640 member congri Rations of the l MICnew Ri igii is Action C ter in Washii I The center is designed to implement programs of the Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism, a joint body of the UAHC and the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Rabbi Kaufman and Schoen observed that among the dangers confronting Reform Judaism arc the disintegration of the old congregations in -mailer communi• es, the loss ol thousands of young families in urban centers due to lack of synagogue facilities, retirement Of older members who move lo other communities, and the constanl shifting of industries and government projects from one part mtrj i" another. To All Happy Holidays A. S. JONSON LABS., INC. PLASTIC EYES, PLASTIC EARMOLDS. SMALL PLASTIC OBJECTS — COSMETIC — DENTISTRY (Plastic, Gold, Steel i Pacific Building Phone FR 4-6686 JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE PIONEER MOVERS OF MIAMI BEACH ESTABLISHED 1919 1826 West Ave. JE 2-3443 INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Half Bushel MAil ORDERS PROMPTLY FIUED BONDED-INSURED-OUARANTEED • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FP 4 7710 F1 4-87R3 $495 n.-. v. Any.vi USA. [Q^tJTjj -g-g j] Season's I Greetings FREE ORANGE JUICE kMMV'H.'l e Living Insurance means S benefits for the living.,, for better living..* all year round. I YOU GET MORE CALLS ; 7f ^g^Sfc %  '1 I WHfN YOUR PHONE IS ALV/AYS ANSWERED We en answer your phone in your owri name.Less than S5 per week for a full time Telepnone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 THE SIMMY S. KIIA KM Ell :AL REPRESENTAT X, ,ated with W. L. PEARSON AGENCY S.E. 1st STREET-SUITE 220 MIAMI 32, FLORIDA Dial IK I-50.fi EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society of the United State. Home Office; )U Seventh Avenue, Ne Vork I, Sew York.



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r iiday. December 21, 1962 *-kwisli fkridli man Edmund Kean (l/b/-loJJ), iumous Engiish actor, playing Shylock. Great and powerful a~ the character ol sin nek is. so insignificant and repulsive is the iharacter of Jessica, his daughter, she lacks what shylock possesaea, ;i real human emotion. Brought ,ip in a strictly Jewish home, under a loving an;i taking father, she thrusts all aside, father, home and religion, to throw herself into the arms : a man. an enemy to her race, who mi^ht have hi on more interested in her father's ducats than in hit pretty daughter. She even steals a considerate sum. the outcome of a lifetime of thrift. How unnatural, how inhuman all this is! Both Shakespeare and Marlowe blimK1 for Ethiopian, into another. Marlowe, taking even greater liberties, makes Kirriah-Jeairin nto i all Jew < ( Malta. Marlowe's Greatness The sources of the story are unknown. Its %  rical side is incorrect There were no lews n Malta in the 16th century, all ol them having exiled during the general expulsion of i J :':2 : .-,v the favorite of the Sultan's son, Sclim, aj have had some connection with the Jewish man Jos ePh Nassai, who was a contemi' rary ol .Marlowe. '""'"!"" ,: ,h Bible was a publican and a ""'"' •'•"' fs the prisoner whose release was de' %  ided in place of Jesus J ra J", tru 'y represents Marlowe's greatness nd M 'owes weakness, as well He is consumed > ana" absorbing passion: the lust for gold And I,"!'"';: th,S passion '' ridiculous extremes •^ Dr Faustus who make-, „,,, with the devil 1 • hm his soul to gratify his insatiable pasSlon '"'• k ">wledge, Barabas ts two innocent young men against one another ,„ be killed in a ,llu ''' ; '" murders friars, poisons an entire nun;'" r> hl s U P an arsenal filled with friendly %  '> % %  mventi an infernal machine to destroy his ver) benefactor, who made him governor of Malta. His only human trait is his great parental affection. This. Marlowe could not very well omit, for Jewish devotion to thenchildren was |.roverbial. Unlike Shakespeare, he gave to Barabas no further human traits. Shylock is at least a man who shows manly resentment fcr unjust wrongs. Me acts manly when he sacrifices some i.000 ducats for one sweet moment of revenge. Bui Barabas is not a man. He kills ftthe sake ol killing; his avarice knows no bounds. Unfavorable Period Barabas daughter. Abigail, is the Onjj character in the play true to life and not deformed. She has intense filial affections. Her love for her father, scoundrel as he is. knows no bounds. She yields to his entreaties to help him recover his gold. When she realizes that her father has treacherousl) deceived her and killed the man she loved, she is heart-broken. She revolts against him but makes no mention of her father's crimes lest he should fall a victim through her hand. much as he maj have deserved it. The Foregoing shows that the reign of Elizabeth was a very unfavorable period in which to present a Jew before the public. Both Shakespeare and Marlowe did net find it necessary to enlighten themselves about Jews, their character and way of life. But the ^reat hard of Avon, by his deep psychological insight into human nature. made Shylock a strong human character: tragic a deeply human. Both poets strike a Jewish Continued on Page 16-C Best Wishes from CLAUGHTON THEATRES • CIRCLE • TRAIL HOLLYWOOD THEATRE, Hollywood IOLIDAY GREETINGS HIALEAH CONVALESCENT HOME Do Not Accept a Substitute for YOUR Senior Citizen AIR-CONDITIONED CENSED NURSES 195 WEST 27th STREET HIALEAH, FLA. Call TU 8-6332 01 MR. AND MRS CARL KAPLA'. I Holiday Greeting D.&H. Chinch Bug Control WI5-7415 16700 NE 19th AVE. North Miami Beach National Hotel and t h e Kcretzky Family Wish A'l Their Friends and Guests A Very Happy Chanuka Holiday Greetings to All I I l< HtOM4 EQUIPMENT COMPANY 2701 N.W. 42nd Avenue Phone NE 5-0421 Miami, Fla. A Happy Chanuka to A!l M. Glenn Tuttle • BUSINESS INSURANCE SPECIALIST 212 Biscayne Blvd. BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS RIKKI'S STUDIO 2256 Coral Way Miami Figurines rtestored Antiques Lamps HI 3-50S6 GREETINGS TO ALL JOHN SAXON INC. VENDING MACHINES SMOKE-KING SERVICE 5555 N.E. 2nd Avenue Dver a Ovorfer of a Century in Ihi Dad* County Area Phone PL 4-9561 Page 9-C May the Happiness of This Festive Season of CHANUKA "The Feast of Candles" Gladden the Hearts of All Jewry "One of the Nation's O/dssI and targes/" Dade Federal SAVINGS


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Page 4-C fJcnist Fkridi&r Friday, December 21. 1952 SEASON'S GREETINGS CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED PUfc THE FINEST IN AIR-CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION CALL FR 3-2191 FOR VENDOR "IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD' 24 hour servlCE BLOCKS CUBES Also Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION FLORIDA DIVISION 931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191 Van's Equipment & Rentals Distributors for COOPER CLIPPER POWER MOWERS Safes — Rentals — Repairs TOOLS & MACHINERY RENTED 1830 N.W. 20th Street Phone NEwton 5-8712 Wish You All a Happy Chanuka HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN., INC. 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1-0876 BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA ALTMAN INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 766 N.W. 3rd STREET Ph. FR 1-2421 Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends III I It I \<. AWNINGS TERRACE CANOPIES HI 3-7600 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc. 1451 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE Phone FR 4-9081 HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL UNIVERSAL TAG & LABEL MFG. 1090 E. 24th STREET JACK WAGNER, Pres. HIALEAH Ph. 696-3128 Happy Chanuka to Our Many Friends BUTLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Starters—Generators—Regulators—Armatures ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIRS 1077 NW 79th STREET Phone PL 8-0305 HOLIDAY GREETINGS HI R-WILL BAY VIEW SCHOOL 1650 N.E. 111th STREET PL 4-5506 PL 9-3674 Happy Holiday to All Our Friends and Patrons GOVERNOR CAFETERIA AND ENTIRE MANAGEMENT WASHINGTON AVENUE at 12th SHEET PHONE JE S-2979 HOUDAY CKtITINGS TO ALL Uncle Eric's Happy Town The Store Where the Unusual is Usual Imported and Domestic Toys 2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone HI 4-0470 Historic Homeward Migration of a People F. By LT. CMDR. J. C. M. KEIR D.S.C., British Royal Navy M Y OBJECT it to underline two points: 1. The arduous and Si :.,>k the Navy had in controlling Jewish immigration to and; 2. The plighl 11 the tunate immigrants. First it is necessary to recall the historical facts. \:ti r World War I, the Balfour Declaration gave practical support to the Zionist scheme for establishing a national home for Jews in Palestine. In 1922 the League of Nations entrusted Palestine to Great Britain under mandate The mandate set the British three tasks: 1. To promote the well-being and development of the people; 2. To help establish a home for the Jewish people and assist with immigration; 3. To prepare the people for self-government. Illegal Movement To expand a Jewish national home indefinitely by immigration St the will of the Arabs was contrary t<> the spirit of the mandate so the British decided, in 1939, to limit Jewish immigration and the sale of Arab lands to Jews. But from 1939 to August 1946, 40,000 illegal immigrants arrived in Palestine. On August 12, 1946, the United Kingdom Government gave instructions that illegal immigrants were to be stopped. Two At J meeting at Durban Union J South Africa. Commander Keir delivered an address u'huh thr JruiJi Telegraphic Agency herewith reprints from the South African Jewish Times because thf fads as told by ihii \\ii-jl officer constitute' an Interesting and absorbing footnote to hatsery, A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N.E. 2nd Ave. Phone FR 3-5373 Miami, Florida MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. Inc Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service) THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS Weaver RexaU Drug Stores S*9 NW 62nd St. 744 NE 2nd Ave. 5*9 NW 62nd St. •701 Coral Way 5901 NE 2nd Ave. S72S Bird Road PL 8-9936 FR 9 9918 PL 7-1202 HI 6-7621 PL 4-3414 MO 1-6691 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MY FRIENDS D. C. Konnott FIRE CHIEF Miami Beach Florida months later a monthly quota of 1,500 immigrants was fixed. A large cast took part in the drai 'i 1rttrrT)eran B1 the Jews ere determined that their lull immigration effort would continue and the British that the [nits would be checked From Maj 8. 1945, which was "Victory in Europe" day, to Maj 15, 1948, when the mandate ended, N ships tried to land illegal immi panti in Palestine. Twenty-one were cessful. More than 33,000 Jews were captured by the Royal Navj and interned in Cyprus. I have been a-ked: What were these Immigrants like? Firstly, they were displaced persons and secondly they were Jews For six yean they had lived in Nazi extermination camps and many were branded with concentration camp numbers They came from Poland. Hungary. Czechoslovakia. Rumania, Russia. Germany and Austria. After years of wandering in Europe they had formed a common desire—to go to Palestine. They wanted to find a home. Somewhere to live where they would be safe from the fear of persecution and war They had nothing to lose and were prepared to fight to achieve their ends. The immigrants were shipped to Palestine by a highly organized movement supported by large financial contributions from Zionist sources. The organizers maintained a network of agents in Europe to move the displaced Jews to points on the Mediterranean seaboard where they were allocated berths in ships bound for a secret rendezvous on the coast of Palestine. These ships were floating slums. They were loaded on the principle of a body per ton, far above their carrying capacity. Among these wretched people were expectant mothers, children, aged I. .Iks There w< re not Tary BftnigememTor around but the kmmigi plenty of fond. \ J ., voyage the smell \ rd tin si • %  • % %  The Immigrant ships Panamamai r rench <>r any net ig ( |,„ had on board. The) a variety of poi l Bayorme, SW. Pram Baj "i BiscayMost Hated For. Their aim was to run agroun anywhere on the Palestine Irving to stop them was the Roj al Navy, which had two flotilla of destroyers — the Vt arvi Ch ships of 1,710 tons—and vanou other vessels in the Meditem ean. I was serving on the stroyer Verulam. which i JOIM ed early in 1947 Our bs Haifa. Palestine's main port which is set in a large IM, OSI naval headquarters were ashor commanded by a Commodore There was also the Royal Atl Force which used Lancaster!IB Ilahfaxes to search for ln:.tiigranl -hips up to 200 miles Inn th coast. Spitfires were used lor it shore patrols. The British Arm was present in strength but, i its operations did not affect ours I do not intend to deal Itb ih Army's role. Lastly there was the I^lestmfl Police They were the meat hate men in Palestine. A t-mt daredevil adventurers and "blic sheep of the family" who, in rain cases, had found other parts o the world too hot for them in had gone to Palestine as last resort. 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Page 12-A +JmisMcri(fcin Friday. December 21. l%2 Beth Am Will Dedicate Wing Newly-elected officers of Congregation Beth El are (left to right) Morris Eckhause, financial secretary; Ben Boskin, second vice president; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader; Hyman Chabner, president; Hyman Kam. first vice president; Joseph Rotenerg, recording secretary; and Philip Berkowitz. honorary life president and treasurer. Chabner. of 1535 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, served Beth El in a variety of official positions during the past 13 years, including treasurer, prior to his election as president. He is also president of the Greater Miami Cemetery Assn. Essay-Art Contest Announced Here Bureau of Jewish Education and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are co-sponsoring the 1963 Essay-Art Contest for boys and girls 12 years of age or over, who attend the Jewish schools of Greater Miami and Hollywood. A choice of two subjects has been given for the essay. They are "What Does My Jewish Community Mean to Me?" and "A Description of the Purposes and Activities of an Important Jewish Agency in Your Community." Additional information and material for those interested are available through the Bureau of JewAMERICAN ISRAELI # RELIGIOUS STORE t ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES — SCHOOLS — HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE.. M.B. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartr ish Education, the Combined Jewish Appeal and Federation. Art subjects will include criminal posters, drawings, sculpture, •rt objects of Jewish content referring to the Jewish community or any Jewish agency in the community. The contest will close Jan. 28. and the prizes will include: 1st prize, $50 United States Bond; 2nd prize, $25 United States Bond; and 3rd. 4th. and 5th prizes, books on Jewish life. Judges for the art contest will be Mrs. Arthur Rosichan. Shelley Wengel. of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Mrs Lawrence Kline, local artist, Mrs. Joseph Duntov. and Louis Schuart/man, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Joseph I'uhcn. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, in announcing the contest, listed the following rules: The essay must consist of no leu than iSO and no more than 500 words, and must be typed. Consideration will be given by the judges to the applicant s age. Judging of work will be on the basis of content, clarity and originality. Art entries must be original drawing, sketch or painting, on cardboard or drawing paper, no larger than 24 x 26 inches, or craftwork in any medium. Temple Beth Am frill dedicate the second wing of the Mark A Lipht Sc"hoool Building on Friday at 8:30 p.m. The new wing will provide Beth Am with a total of 23 classroom.and a library for its 900 rellglOUl school children. Both wings of the school are a gift of the grandparents of Mark A. Light. Mr and Mrs. David Light, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Light. The congregation will observe its annual Chanuka candlight ceremony :il the same time in an original service developed by Dr. Herbert Bautneard Eighty new member families of the congregation >ll participate in a special ceremorn of consecration. Special Chanuka music for the ten ice will be offered by Cantor Charles Kodner and the Temple Chair under the direction of MrHerbert Baumgard. Chairman of the program for the evening is Carl Harold. Beth Am will observe its third annual •Chanuka Song Festival'' On Sunday at p.m. The Festival features little known Chanuka milsipresented by the Temple Choir and a Children's Choir of 200 voices Miramar Temple Party Saturday Temple Israel of Miramar. 3500 SW 69th Way. Miramar. will hold a card party sponsored by the Sisterhood on Saturday evening ItVe* Raymond Turk is chairman. On Sunday, 1 p.m.. the Sunday School will have a Chanuka party. The Temple held a membership party here last Wednesday evening. Joint Celebration Of Chanuka Here Chanuka celebration sponsored jointly by Farband. Bialik Branch. Chain Greenberg Branch of Poale /.ion. and Club I of Pioneer Women here will he held Sunday evening, 8 p.m.. at the Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington Ave. Dr Nathaniel Soroff, consultant to the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be chairman of the evenScheduled on the program are -1 Morrison, cultuiral chairman ol Bialik Branch: Cantor Abraham of Kneseth Israel Congregation, in a group of Chanuka songs; Jacob Fishman, who will direct community singing. Irving Liftman will speak on the significance of Chanuka. Youths Named to Board Sylvan Holtzman, advisor of the Youth Groups at Temple Beth Am. announces that Merne Blocker, Jan Kantor. Marcia OrovotX, Ellen Glasson and Ron Lieberman have been elected to the Youth Croup executive board. 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L ay> December 21, 1962 ,1, ,i ran from Lydda lo Jcrsalcm. the nu'^M' Syrian army ascent ol Beth-Hoton, .. rear the vlllagt of v ,i. VUU* Joshua had COO)i the sun to stand still. men asked the age-old (|U tarmers and pious men who [ f ;t that they were defending their faith against Hellenistic gpriaM who wanted to paganize ihe Jws Judah and his forces co-.<"!' red Jerusalem and restor ed UH -acred shrine for worship Miracle Of the Oil \ 1 il said in the First Book ol Maccabees: "And Judah appnests that were without blemish and adherants of the Law and they purified the saiutuai and earned out the stones that had defiled it to an unclean IM.II and they took whole item BS the Law required, and built .i new altar like the former i i \nd they built the saneand the interior of the and consecrated the And they made new Hol> and they brought the lampBod the altar of Incense table into the Temple. • %  •> burned incense on the and lighted the lamps on thi lampstond, and they lighted %  mple." i eveol occurred three years i : ofitta after the Syrians A new repertory theatre which hopes to attract audiences to plays on Jewish themes displayed its showcase program at Maidman Playhouse in New York recently. Rabbi Eliezer (Martin Novemsky) here brings the enthusiastic message of chassidism to the townfolk in "A Chassidic Tale." by Morton Wishengrad. while tailor Fender (I. W. Klein) listens to the counsel of a beautiful messenger (Joan Hall), sent by Heaven to help him get the overcoat he rightfully earned in "The Bespoke Overcoat," the Wolf Mankowitz adaptation of the Gogol classic. Both one-actors were on the debut program of repertory theatre recently founded by the Jewish Drama Society in cooperation with the United Synagogue of America. profaned the Temple It is be. cau>e the lamptilled with oil were expected to burn for only one day—and burned eight—that Chanuka is celebrated for eight days, with a new Menorali candle lighted each ni^ht But what provoked the rebellion of Judah Ifaccabee and a -mall band of dedicated .lews" There are those who believe that the revolt began because King Antiochus IV. 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* Friday. December 21. 1962 SAYINGS OF FATHERS Chart'" VI • 1 R. Mm sa:J. Whosoever labors I in the Tt>rah for Us own sal{e. merits many things; and not only *, i. Illl Im* a-era.e (ftMa* B ISidVAfTd"' ,. him. he u called friend, beloved, j lover of the All-present, a lover •f m.in^inJ it clothes hi it fa inee^%  less and reverence; it fit* him to beCOXU just, rv v ufm'g'ii ami litfifutg it k"f him far from tin, •d hnnns him near to Virtue • gh hue) the world en/ovi counsel end sound Irnotoledge, underng and strength; u. || u Mu j Counsel is mine, and found '.noul/ jm Mndenunding; / hate 1 .:':. and it gives him >,„ •v and dominion and discerndgment. He used to •-. At t'.t,yean Hie study of I /or the Mi.vhiu ..• thirteen for the menl 0/ the comman (menu, the Taljr eighteen for m %  • %  •.. %  % %  1 In 11 ind%  %  %  lie • beneath I I .. ., +Je*i$tncrMiiar) Page 13-A ctun en Kshanukci \^)b \ 1 By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What ic a Badchan? i Generally speaking a "Badchan'" is a merrymaker who was employ 'd for Jeuh weddings of the last century in Europe. The express, ion comes from a root known in Tilmudic literature which means [ lo cheer up" or "to make (peomm) laugh.".! Two people in the' Talmud refer to themselves with! this term and claim to have been | merrymakers who cheered up the ltd 1 la'abit 22a 1. It li known that 11: the medieval period there were such people who traveled around professionally doing this. A thir%  • nth century rabbi calls them U-tzim" (a derogatory term maning "scoffers.*') In the seventeenth century the rabbis tried to discourage this type merrymaker and tried to pro; :> sobriety at wedding feasts likes of the common man prevailed however, especially with the 1 liming of the Chasidic movement ho claimed that the way to God1happiness. Interesting in [act that 1 scholarly person Kiiakim Zunser composed cer:. in lyrics for Bark-ham m which he self sang, his style being to n ke use of Biblical and Rabbinic rencea in the songs which elevated the content to .1 higher level of culture. • V Why is a mournar prohibited from trimming his nails? prohibition is found in the Talmud (llo'ed Katan 18a). it is ently traced to the Bible where %  1 laws of the captive woman reher to mourn her status and lii let her nails grow. The reason during the period of mourn the mourner la prohibited I om taking notice of bis physical I' rson. to help him realize that ere is more to a person than his physical existence, and thus the al loss of his dear ones does 1 ol mean that he has lost all concl with his love, his soul. etc. 1 nis a mourner does not look at msell in a mirror, does not cut 1 IS hair, doesn't wear new clothes, e. The prohibition against cut tiu nails comes under this %  %  "> %  • • • • heh, Tur, Yoreh Deah, 15,4, quoting .1 Midrash. At iliree the Alphabet. • • • Batra, si // thou MHSI -I'.lte .1 child, imfy 1 H To Lead a Religious Lile^ Let Us be Most Consistent By RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY Congregation Beth Trilah As we approach the Feast of Chanuka, the period of Dedication ol the Lights, I wonder if it isn't about lime to rededicate the Jewish lights of our own generation in the manner established by the Chn-hmonoim. We should rededicate ourselves righteously and rightfully. It is about lime for us to analyze our own individual and public lives. Let us study the standard of our synagogues, our temples, and our leaderships. Let us try to find our weaknesses, and correct them. Indeed, it is about time to rekindle the chanuka lights and to replenish the Menorah of Matisjahu in our midst. How strange a generation are we living in? The "Kohen" desecrates his "Khuna" bj going to and on the tery. The Bar Mitzvah destroys his newly-ma e ties to the Torah and Mitzvos by celebrating this greal event of K'abbolas Hamitzvos" in eating a non-fosher feast, and by driving to and from the synagogue on Sabbath. The Jewish home loses its Jewishnesi by not having anything Jewish on its premises; no tahs. no tefilin no Sabbath candles, no Sabbath observance, no kashruth. no Siddur, no Bible, and even no Mezuzzah. The purity of the Jewish family is destroyed in "second marriages," without a religious divorce from the first— or. at any marriage through intermarriage f no or improper conversion, or through lack 1 of knowledge of Jewish family life purity laws. The meaning of the Chanuka candles is shamefully nullified by the desecration of the Sabbath, when they are so pompously kindled in Temples at Friday night services after sunset. All this is done, not by the "Malchus Horishoh," the Old Ancient Kingdom of Greece." but by us, by our own people, by our own leaders, by our own temples, through our ignorance, or willful neglect of the Jewish law. How inconsistant are our lives! How long are we to allow ourselves to be confueed in our religious ways, and how long are we to wear this garment of inconsistency and confusion? The words Zachariah stated in the Haftorah, sounds and resounds in my ears: "Take off the filthy garments." The time is ripe to clean our community from improper conduct, from "trafes." from "Chillel Shabbos." from ignorance, from inconsistency and confusion, from evil leadership and "C'hillul Hashem." The time has come to kindle the sanctified Lights of Matisjahu and his sons in our generation and in our midst. Let us do it. scrvance I Celebration of Chanuka. known as the Festival of Lights, will be launched with the kindling of the first Chanuka candle in Jewish homes ^ throughout^ejjorld^iin. Friday ejvepiniS. JOje holiday j^jntinues for eight days in commemoration of the brilliant victory of Judah Macca| bee over the Graeco-Syrians and the miracle of the one-day supply of sanctified oil that burned for eight days. RABBI JOStPH RACKOVSKY a proper rcdedication iKclicjion n> gramming in joint sponsorship with various other national and communit) organizations, congregations and institutions. Four sessions will deal with the planning and programing ol youth ano adull education. These sess I ms will include seminars on top „.. of specific Jewish interesl From now until April, there will also be a Jewish Town Hall series. concerned principal % %  with currenl problems in Jewish life AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl. ave Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Friday H p.m. Forum topic: "What Does the Annual Chanuka Festival Remind us.'" Saturdaj SO a.m. Barman: '"What win Cure the Dreadful l ileeaae of Intolerance — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William w. Lioson. Friday S:1S p.m. Saturday !' a.m. Ho Mltsvah: Haul, BUII ,.r Mr. and -Mis. I II Knsi.lt • BETH EL. 500 Sw i/tn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermnn: "A Little Flame Goea a Long ttuy." • BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. Friday s: ] r, p.m. GueMl apeaker: Frank Kreutser, ol the t'nlveraity ol Topic: "Chanuka In the 20th Century-" Saturdaj S i" a.m. — a BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. — a — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor V.aunce Mamches. — a BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Mod er n Tr.idition.il. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Be r nstein. Friil. i\ s:!*' p.m. Sermon: "Faith Coner All." Sn i irdaj 9 a m. I lar Mltivah: Stewart ana Lewis, twin ii.,i Mr and Mi B< m ird Chnrkuidcy. Sermon: "Think Alike." ShalOF Si Kin* '. p.m. Sermon: "Light Pene— a — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — • — BETH TFILAH. 9?,5 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Tha Importance of L'nltj iiiHi-n Old and xoung Generation, faiiermon al i:i." p.m.: "Chanuka." — • — BETH TORAH. 1b4tn st. ana NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday s:3ti p.m. Bermon: "Jacob and Jiulah Boaccabei — W hat Price Peace?" Saturday vi."' a.m. Bar Miizvah: Michael, smi of Mr. and Mrs Munis Kats; Marc, son of Mr. and Mr*, l nanl Gr.-fiifli %  td: .Ian, wn of Mr. ami Mrs. Joaeph Seiden. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th at., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Oershon Levin. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "No, David —There iNo Chanuka Hush." siurrlay S:4.", a.m. Bar Mi'zvali: Barry Kernsteln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Relabel*. — • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richtsr. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Theaa Light* We Kindle." Saturday • 81 a.m. Bermon: "Not by MU:iit Nor by r'' %  P in Si lllioir I -a Mindv l>anKerou Partlme. t*tH Mitavah: l ralg, son of Mr and Mm Paul Donoff, TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. r GEMS OF WISDOM A part of the eternal u'orluV wide struggle for democracy, the [le of the Maccabeei is of eternal U'orldut'de interest. RRAN'DEIS. Tlir little Maccabedn banJ was a';, j rn,l( 111 ilic midst of a surg3 :>! %  ; ted. Standing almost alone in j their day. the heroes beat bacl; the forces tlut threatened to involve ill >i:unl(iiiJ in a common dentoraJ' Hon. M. IOSEPH. Their ralor under tlif \1accahees. their exploits in the ca i which ended U'ith Titus' destruction of ..!< %  "' their desperate rebellion ; Kochbd, and bter on. | their .'. ss against Balisarius or of the passes in the /' .. i ... isi the Franks, un'th the great:st heroes Ij u I '::•:. irv. -i 1!. 1 IDI N. 4 TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. TEKnPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructions. R a f i I Morris Skop Cantor Herman Rottlieb Frlda) 8 13 "' ';:,"," ,,, |i|ff, • Ri n.. tli MS Over th" nai ukn Candle* Saturdaj 10 w .:. Ma, ibeeMriiKl-.ar MlUvah. ,. M .! %  Paul i..rTEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Coneervative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor Ernest Stemer. ) i hall a m. U to izvah: Mm ti'i. aon of Mr. and M ll la 1 l.'-l — a — TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantar David Conviser. Friday 8:13 p.m. Annual Chanuka c ndlellichi %  i \ ice, Saturdaj I l:4B a.m. Ilnr Mltsvah: Jamea ( BOO of Mr. and Mre, Edward Dokeon. I — • — jTEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. — • — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Ranbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:U p.m. Bermon: "The Israeli Monk Who Wants in be Known J as a Jin of the Christian Faith." — • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Friday 7:1." p.m. Saturday l":::n a.m. Bar Mitavah: Richard, aon of Mr, and i Mrs. Berber! Geusrnter. — e — TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Cantor Edward Klein Friday R:to p.m. S.rnion: "Let Thero be Light." Saturday :> a.m. Sermon: "Week!) I'ortion." — a — TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th at. ana) Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday 8:13 p.m. Cantata: "l-t-t There be Light:" written by Rabbi and Mrs Fugcne LabovitS. Sermon: "Light That lllumlnatea a Dark Win id." Saturday 8:45 a.m. ifcir Mitavah: Joaeph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Huppert. — • — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. I'ridav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: An i nderBtanding Heart." Brotherhood t" conduct Chanuka candlelight oeremony. Saturdaj il a.m. Bar Mitavah: Henry son' of Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Roth; Howard, eon "f Mr. and Mrs. Melvln L. Roth. — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. i |dai > 30 p.m. Hornet omlng aer"Hallowed Ca miles or Electric Bulbs." a SI1.1I.1..11 hoata: Mr. and Mra. vice for college atudenta. Sermon: ll ,, i Lerner, honi ring the birthday* ..,' their children, David. Rochelle and .i.... mi. Saturday 9 a.m. e TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95* Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabol Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack Lerner. — a — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. a — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Canton Ben Zvi Kiidas 8:13 p.m. Sermon: rToro tn i i„s. ,.i Matti i rili s to th< 11 0 ..r Hi n Clurlon." Sam a.m. 8 rMi..n: %  •!: %  caua< I Believe. YFHUDAi-' MOia" 13B^n w nixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Lighting' the Mffhta." Saturdaj 8 an. Lar Mitavah: Lewi* Mark, aon ol Mr. ana Mrs Jack EMedland. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. —*r~ iy CANDLWGHTING T/ME 24 Kislav —5:16 p.m. I" T



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I Page 2-A Iw Ifi flfrrfcfifiM Friday, December 21, la United Fund Leaders Laud Dade for '62 Success slogan was: "Help Them All All At Once." And Dade Count) did. Winners of the Book Review contest held by the Bureau of Jewish Education as they appear on television here. They presented their winning reviews and discussed Jewish literature and Jewish education with Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau. Rabbi Jonah Caplcn introduced the program of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Shown axe Sheila Aronson, thiid prize winner; Jeffrey Rosenberg, first prize winner; Schwartzman, and Rita Norton, second prize winner. Fourth and fifth prizes went to Gail Resnick and Cheryl Kitman. Former German in Connecticut Jail for Defacing Synagogue NOR WALK. Conn (JTA) — A former German national was in Norwalk jail, serving a 60-day sentence for defacing a Norwalk synagogue with swastikas, after droppiny his appeal to the United States Supreme Court against the sentence. William Arnold, 24. now living in Milford. Pa., had been convict-' ed with a friend. Harold Fahy. 24. L %  i i:\HY*s CUSTOM CONTINf NTAL Hand Tailoring, Men & Women Expert Alterations. 2 J years. 636 S. Miami Ave. FR 3-9182 Norwalk, of defacing I!eth Israel ogue on February l. i960 They were convicted bj the Bri Ige port Superior Court in June, i960 They appealed to the Connecticut Supreme Court of Knurs, and that court rejected the appeal last July. They had been trc on $3,000 bond each, pending the outcome of their appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Fahy continued his appeal. The prosecution had called them Nazi sympathizers in the trial, who had tried to shrug off the daubings as a prank. United Fund of Dade County aske I %  said thai the hu I thousands here deserv d the !. nor %  ai 0| I i Dade nifi d hind > i : df 39 welfare and hun Mt rsl campai %  ictorj with a rousing 102.08 percent ol the goal. Campaign Chairman Jay 1 KlSk announced that a total ol F2.907,090 has been raised against the 1962 cai goal Oi S2.S47.962. 'lh;s was the fit -i "over the top" :'i Mice the United Fund was organized back in 1957. "It indicates that Dade County has at last taken its place amor g the communities across the nation who meet the responsibil'ty for the welfare needs of their citizens," Kislak declared. •'To the 39 United Fund mem her agencies, this success assures them that their programs will be ably supported in 1963. "It was the magnificent response of the people of this community in the final week of the campaign that put iiover the top." Kislak said. He added that it was impossible to personally thank the army ol 12,1 volunteers, but "'each one ol them" has played an important i art in this victory. "Our success belongs to all the people in Dade, both the contributors and the thousandwho will I benefit from United Fund services in the coming year," Kislak em phasized. All but one division exceeded their goals. Major Corporate Gifts, headed by William D. Singer. reported 100.1 per cent. Other divisions, chairman and per cent of Dr Annis is Speaker Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity • was to meet Thursday. 7 p.m.. at I the Columbus Hotel. Dr. Edward Annis. president of the American i Medical Assn.. was to speak on "Medicare ;.nd its Effect on Deni tistry goal are: Divisions "A.'* M. M Brisco il04 8i; Divisions B," peji :. A. Evans, 1103.0); United G I Neighbors, Li ster Barnh II and .1 Luckett Lawn. Jr., 1101.8). The Special Gifts Division, with William D. Pawley as chairman, reported in si $5.9 per cent. However, th : s r'ivisicn depends on winter residents for a grcaf portion of its goal, and will probably exceed the quota in coming months. United Fun"19.12 campaigi Cuban Children Will be Feted Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women is again sponsoring a Chanuka parly lor Jewish Cuban refugee children on Sunda) from 2 to 4 p.in Hosting the party in the Council's offices v :ii be membt rs oi the Evening Division, cc-chaire bj Mrs Ernest Andich and Miss Cad Richman. Entertainment and gifts will be provided for the children, and refreshments will be served to i"!! the guests. Some 150 Jewish refugees attended la-t year's party. ^ K .• %  chars* ABOn MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGlER ST. Phone FR 3-0326 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th Ave. ER 3 7180 Hiv your roof repitrpd now: you wni ..iv an rt#v -oof iitr "Sf>f'tory Work by Evpt'isn.ed Men" • • • is id and lifting larcw II. ii is a comfort tu the ftimily. Riverside direct" sonal attention to each detail. ..making arrauf-i im nts and i asing burdens. 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Friday, December 21. 1 962 *Jmi^ ncrSdfinn Paqe 7-A PMKST TO H.I. GOVERNOR, Judge Explains Why He Forced Skull-Cap Removal 10SIPH UPTON NEWARK (JTAi Magistrate George \ Ring explained in.s week in a statement issued to the press why he ins; nicted an Orthoox Jewish defendant to remove bia skull-cap In court His action against Moms Steigman was protested by the New Jersey Region of the American Jewish Consress Lipton and Rifas Team Up to Head Finance Division of Combined Appeal %g T w prominent Jewish commun%  ** %  *. ii ders this week teamed up lo head the Finance Division of %  % %  163 Combined Jewish Appeal. They are Joseph M. Lipton. pres: : Dade Federal Savings and 1 Issn., and Hyland Kifa~. who r Miami Title and Abstract Co. n and RifM have taken on tbi responsible task in honor of i :h anniversary year cur. I ol the Greater Miami Jew .ration and the United Jewish Appeal. t ,i general campaign an of the Combined Jewish ppeal m 1961, and Rifas served chairman of the Trade and '.:iCouncil in 1962 %  • Url J J Co-chairmn of th division are [Herbert Gruber and Charles [Goldstein. The quaret will bring [CJA's annual ore.gift drive for philanthropic funds into the allied banks and loan companies, | II well as stock brokerage and iniurane* fields. .ipton and Rifas will serve the e Divisions as honorary i,Ah.:"man and chairman, respec gvi Aannounced this week was 1 pointment nt Hershel Rosen i chairman of the Bank and Company group. In 1962, I i.il. who .vice president easurer of Flaglef Fe oral I and Loan Aaslt., served as airman o( the Finance i'iAssociate chairman of this one o! the most active in \ campaign', will be Ronald L ind Saul Scl Milan MRSCHU KOStNTHAl as a "direct impairment of reli-1 gious freedom." The magistrate said in his statement that in Ins 17 yearof law practice he had never witnessed | anyone wearing a hat in court and that he had never heard ol a law ( o r rule covering such a situation.! He pointed out that it had always' been customary and traditional lor a person to remove his hat in | court, and added that the defendant had refused, at the request of t he court officer, to remove hTs cap; he informed the defendant that he would have to do so. The judge sain that Mr. Stieg-' man "said it violated his religious ; principles, hut he removed it without any further comment." The' judge added that there were no* threats made of holding the Brooklyn man in contempt of court. The protest was sent to Gov, j Hughes by Benjamin Epstein, president of the New Jersey Region. The man. noted the letter to the Governor, "is an Orthodox Jew v. hose religious principles require him to kep his head covered at all times." Epstein expressed the hope that the Governor would see to it thai I he courts of the state avoid "such abuses" in the future "and. in particular, that they are instructed that Orthodox Jews are permitled to keep their heads covered in the court room." i I *\ ^ h ^gf I^\. it .; • ^Lk i & ^^ 1 F "Halt n^ar -' •Haaam'^BH AH %  aw^ ^ At the first meeting of the Construction and Allied Trades Division, members of '.he committee pledge to seek 22 per cent increase over the previous year for their division in the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Standing (left to right) are David Fleeman. chairman of the division; Murray Levine, Buildinq Suppliers co-chairman; Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who was principal speaker; Marshall BeTkson, Building Suppliers associate chairman; and Irvin Korach, co-chairman, Architects and Engineers. Seated (left to right) are George Simon, Miami Beach Real Estate chairman; Leo Eisenstein, coordinating chairman of the Real Estate Division; and Harold Segal, Miami Beach Real Estate chairman. New Students to be Consecrated forum Meeting Friday The People Speak, weekly Miami Beach forum of opinion, will meel Friday. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1284 Washington Ave. Panel will feature Mrs Beatrice I. NuSSer, family consultant; A. John Goshgarian, attorney; and Mrs. Alberta Murphy, social worker Chaim Rose will be moderator. New students at the Temple Kmanu-F.l Religious School will be consecrated at services on Saturday morning. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. To be consecrated are Bra I Alexander. Sus;m Alterman, Debra Anderson. Arthur Bradley. Ata Marcia Bear. Kenneth Boyarsky. Ira Buchwald, Bradley Cassel, Robin Cohen. Alan Irving Frankel, Michael Frankel, Joanne Goldring, Louis Goldstein, Mark Goldstein. Robert Goldwasser, Robert Jacobs. Scott Jay, Bruce Kaplan. Eric, Katz. Myrna Kessler, Steven Kipms. Robin Kopen. Allen Levi. Abbey Levine, Randy Marks. Henry Mechulan, Stephen Meyers, Harris Mones. Linda N'ovit. Debra Pietrack, Jacqueline Rosenberg. Richard Rudow. Judith Schaffer. David Shcffman. Terry Schuch. Marie Klena Siegendorg. Yvette Siegendorg, Lori Stein. Freddy Sussie. Larry Tobin, Steven Weiner, David Wilkes. and David Zelniker. Nate Pelmutter, director of the Anti-Defamation League here, will be guest speaker at the young Chanuka breakfast in Sirkin Hall on Sunday. The Forty-Niners. senior citizens organisation of the Temple, will Stage its annual Chanuka festival Sunday. 7.30 p.m.. at the North %  Branch Bldg.. 77th St. and Dickens Ave, Deffi ff Chanuka Program Children of the Hebrew and Sunday Schools of Beth El Congregation will present a Chanuka program Sunday morning at 10 a.m. H11AND RIFAS Cavalcade of Stars to Feature Top Israeli Entertainment Here Dec. 30 ra Finegi I i bairman of the t : ., oi i reel stars, this nnounced a corps ot %  i in tor the annual function n il by the Greater Miami li %  the ZlOlliSt OTganitt tmerica. Old said t!;.,t Ren Giller, i si .| its) year's cavalcade, *> erve % %  honorary chairman i ie function slated Sunday Dec :, o ,,t the Miami \ idKortum I as \ ice chairmen "t .hie. which will feature mding Israeli artists in a : performance here, are Ossip, chairman "t the r Miami ZOA Presidents • Djatrlct; Herman UYuur.iub. %  rd Kate, Jack s Poplck, Morris Simon, and Sidney Raymond, iof the National Execu Council. Mortimer May. past national ZOA lent and l)i Morton J Robbin-. naional chairman of the -t Youth Commission, will %  frve as national advisors nits year's cavalcade will include leading Uiaeli troupes, and outstanding entertainers. Toastmaster will be the noted Broadway humorist, Hy Sands Also scheduled are the four • Vyalons." in a program >>t son humor and satire %  I Israel today. The "Ayalons" have been appear ins tor sev ral monththe si of Cafe Sabra in New York They have also appeared on the Ed Sulli \,„: show, and recei ti) I "'I'" "••' their own -how ..! Carnegie Hall. In addition t" "Ayalons." the ca\ %  icade will bring Israel's outstand „, • tenor, the country's most a< claimed new soprano, a Yemenite dance team, an inspb and ,„„, „, Israel's leading chalil plaj CIs Avail Mr in mperb prtstnt<< W** 8 %  "* %  n .-iU i V h.rt.sts 0 Mrs Rae Weisberg is sponsm in B the affair. TradiUonal Cha Ska"refreshments will be served following the program ^j^^^SUSX^^ BE SOMETHING SPECIAL LORD G\LVERT AuEiucA'slMusKEi'ofVismcnojr BUNDCD WH „SKEY, 86 PROOF, 35'. STRAIGHT WHISKI ES, 65' i GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. HOUSE OF CALVERT, N.Y.C.



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rage 2-D > Jen i§t ftcridiiair Friday, December 21, 1982 -LAX* liiii HAPPY HANUKKAH •Lin SINCE 1901 ORKIN EXTERMINATING CO INC. World's Largest Pest Control Company The Heritage of the Maccabee Victory By I. M. GREEN Trio tight Saj IKUval Bl nuka which %  now celebrating -; way, the dual .Hi!-, i Jewish peopli throughout much of its history I %  •well ligii The Stru led bj M ittathias the Hasm mean. and his I ainsl the Sj ii.'"' ruli i I thi Ji vs \< is E| iph m -. at hr1 had jecl onlj the rcstorat I'.I ol religious worship and the .'ion ol }< %  !•< and i .im* Kinjj Annoin his > ntinuous attempts ;<> Hellenize hilubjeet peoples, i. led i" suspen • Jev ish practices, to convert the Temple in Jerusalem into .i Greek tuary, and t'> PI o ct heal m the coontry'i towns The ro ^gHUll ot yu.p'-i*i''Mnmii-tifi the Temple in 165 B.C E. marked the end "i this stage ot the conflict. Thereafter the conflict with the non-Jewish rulers became political llattathias' MI a graduallj gained both religions supremacj. as high pnesi-. and political ni premacy, ak:";;in Judea, and -•. blished the Hasmoncan dynasty, whose political independence was recogi Ibe Roman Senate in 139 B.t E i Hasmonean dynast) ruled judea tor more than a centuo It v as not happj period in Jewis|i histor) Atui religious and political indepi idence had been afhii • bitter inU i na! %  aism and the Jewish ..;. inundations -The new according to the Universal Jew. ish Encyclopedia, "enter I into diplomaticrelations ".::. • ,,.. states, made alliances, en ed %  stan. mg army, condui in short, it tended to b another one ot the man) l/i ,1 states in the I 'i Turreng Point in History This secular attitude u n ii as monean rulet s came ii l v Ufa some Fundament; Judaism. A religious this time an internal i up again. Two Jew i. were termed, the Phariseei .iho were tlie zi akms gu< rdu • o( tradition, of the UH> ei tbaocracj. and wl I masses • t the peopU their Cordial Best Wishes for the Holiday Season j FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Helping tvild Florida NEED A TRUCK? RENT FROM RYDER as Low as $7 per day CHECK OUR lOWfft RATES for Week, Month, long. Term. • late Models and Sizes to M-.i Any Requirements. • lOW RATES INCIUDE Gasoline, Service, Insurance • 1642 NW 21st Terrace Miami Fta. NE 5-1371 • 1965 NE 161 si Street North Miami Beach Wl 5-2732 • CA11 NOW FOR Of TirlS RYDER Truck Rental IIR \ Si III -J IV FT. IAUDEROAIE \M %  WEST PAIM BEACH Holiday Greetings D.&J. Chinch Bug Control Wl 5-7415 16700 NE 19th AVE. North Miami Beach HAPPY HOLIDAY LONG DISTANCl MOVING to all points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERfUUT GIVIN WITHOUT CHARGE ACE • U.K. VA* IJMKS. IXC. 2136 NW. 24th Avenue NE 544*6 *>'** U



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Page 16-D vJewist fhrkUain Friday, December 21, So. Africa Jewry's Civil Rights Dilemma CtnHmpati frn P* 7-0 had been issued following a weekend consultation between leaders of both bodies from all four provinces of South Africa. While declaring "We arc appreciative of the understanding shown by the Prime Minister of the (ifficultics which face the South African Jewish communit> U ;i result of the recent events at the United Nations." and reaffirming that "South African Jews owe political allegiance to the Republic of South Africa alone," the statement goet on to explain: "It must be stressed, however, that the love of the Holy Land is inherent in the very conception of the Jewish relia The Jew sees in the revival the Land of Israel and the gathering of the Exiles in th, ancient homeland a fulfillment i the Biblical prophecies m | it is his sacred duty to na pate" Pure, Delicious for HANUKKAH MOTT'S CERTIFIED KOSHER I PARVE PRODUCTS OF DUFFY MOTT \ SUNSWEET HIGHEST QUALITY, FINEST FLAVOR AND VALUE! 1 MOTT'S vox: •:•: %  :•: %  : Wolfs Apple Sauce-from the finest ipp'et in Applt Lend Economy and Family sizes. MOTT'S Melt's Apple Juice-rich, natural apple juice, no sugar added. Moll's A. M.-fi„e "food health'' juices in this one delicious breakfast eJhnfc. | MOTTS( I otVft Apple R.*pb#>-ry Sauct — icf red. > i>f rjspberf.il blendea w.th finest apples. | MOTT $ | afvfiLe r I CAaniSennix j 9L Aaxxce. i Mott's Apple Cranberry SauceTangy taste of ripe rrd cranbeir.es and finest applet. Sunsweel Prune Juice-rich. natural pi une juice, no sugar added. twntteeet Caafsael Prunesrady lo serve. Choice, plump, r.pe, ,J c...ta em un Eden I Suntweet Apricot Nectarluscious apricot (uicr rast tasta delight, it a mechayehl Sunsweet Aprlcat Apple Prune Juice -K'"' •aste treat. Gesrtmas>i'' BABY AND JUNIOR FOODS ALL CEREALS • ALL PUDDINGS ALL FRUITS VEGETABLE^WWP ALL JUICES



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Page 16-C > k-nitHFIinridtiJir Friday, December 21. igr^ The Shylock Image in Elizabethan Times Continued fr—n Pa* 9-C chord — in tense parental emotions. But in the filial devotion, they differ: Shakespeare denies it. Marlowe affirms it. Its absence in Jessica makes her a repulsive figure — its presence in Ahiuuil. an exceedingly attractive me. Both poets, how ever, emphasised two outstanding traits in Jew. their proverbial wealth and the beauty of thin women. In our liberal and more enlightened age, the play*s audience should be restricted to matun minds, then the matter of the play's prejudicial potential would be on the academic level. GOOD THINGS JEWISH LIFE Lighting the Hanukkah Candles with the youngsters...the enjoyment of Maxwell House Coffee. XWELl HOUSE KOSHER andPARVK COFFIl The irtat'st Jewish favorite tor brewed • enjo/ment-in J IB. and 2 ID. tut cam. CF MAXWELL 7 H0USf COFFEf^ ~\,* if3 The superior coffees of Maxwell House are a virtual tradition in 1 Jewish life...Holiday and every day. They have brought cneer and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand of coffee for many, many years. Because that "good-to-the-lastdrop" flavor is the most pleasing of all to the Yiddishen Ta'am! FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS lea Saooath Coflee" tor instant triwmeat •MV *a*. In 2. 6. and 10 o. jara.



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•.go 14-A *. i !" *#• FkrHtor, Friday, December 21. 1962 i grossing Wilfc Booh: By HILARY MIWDUN *A Middle East Potentate's Thin Line of Immorality -EASY LIES THE HEAD. By King Hussein of Jordan. 306 pp. New York: Bernard Geis Associates. $4.95. y-tis AUTOBIOGRAPHY of the young King of Jordan, Hussein I. has many points of interest, not the leas) huh are the King's expressions of hostility toward laid, and the peculiar terms in which that hostility is chad. The position at many places in the book ia the %  ic Arab posture of unrelenting hatred and denial of Jewish stat<-, baaed primarilj on t li• %  original betrayal Arab nationalism by the West, who so ••unjustly" ved a piece out of Arab territory and handed it o\ er the Jews, and secondarily on the twin thorns of "one i lion Arab refugees" and Zionist 'expansionist policies." position of course, as Hussein presents it, is unsullied ny remarks on the other side of th" ledger Those ol us who know the Israeli vii u i well as the Arab cannot help but lock askance, therefore, al the lil erary liberties which Ring Hussein takes in his book. One would certainly grant the Jordanian leader the right to his opinions and the right to express them. Bui one also expects the minimum honest) ol acknowledging thai ther? exists another set .1 opinions, ii only in ordei to presenl arguments againsl it. King Hussein does not indulge in this honesty, and there is a fine hue of immoralit) here which sickens the hopctul. because the Kin.: Ol Jordan. along with the Government <>i The Lebanon, 1considered to be one of the more constructive Aral) leader-, pailn ularly where Israel is concerned. His countrj 1a democracy; he cares sincerely for his people, he is an admirer neither ol Nasser nor of King Saud. lie is anti-Commun1st and anti neutral. UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON A Silent Nuremberg Breaks Out at the UN United Nations 1 THE ARAB HOLY war against Israel here has turned into ;. holy crusade on behalf ol aid Semitlsm—and the entire world, in ^ clw inthe leading Western pow Lge ers, should bury its collective hea in shame As ol t!uwriting—a week af ter the anti-Semitic crusade haol been launched—only one member, isi.ici. nas spoken up againsl the mosl vicious and most Indecent series of anti-Semitic attacks probablj ever before heard in an international forum. This was Hitlerism unadorned The General Assembly's 110 member Special Political Committee had been turned into a Nuremberg Stadium Instead ol a Hitler or a Gocbbels proclaiming the need for a "Judenrein" world, we had the deput) foreign minister ol Egypt, the barking of Saudi Arabia's Ahmad Shukairy, and the Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN About Civil Rights Washington l-OME JEWS ARE •derelict" in ^ 11 ting the civil rights I d 1 %  il Jewish n ious oraccord the < hiol ates R hts %  %  11 |ir< if i made this the %  '. the Vchi Jewish la) li [requenl ( nen supp J %  and merchant! • the lieu IC \v„-!uin ton offi hat "all too mi rations—our's included the %  cted rcsolul >n thenitchy consciences. Thej talk al national tet) the) have been criticizing, without attempt!] iple'. ..hies B i %  • hard's n al "the Jewi • rerj right to condemn those who stood idly I y while •he Nazis bounded, mistreated, tortured, and finally ed millions of Jews Therefore, then can be excus : %  Ji b inference towards the Ne. ro The is official fell thai "today, the N< mn those among the .: among other reli ious denominations who pea to the racial cruelty and Injustice a the societ) in which they l He said he was fully aware of pressures facing jews in the Southern states, but "11 it stems from 1 material well-being, it oobu 11 1also myopic, for those who harbor ial hatreds may, unexpectedly and without reason, lash out against the Jew or other minorit) n He fell it would make little difference to the bigots that Jews shirked the civil rights Struggle Bernhard, therefore, maintained "it is Imperative that the American Jew. as an individual and thn the lynagogue and itprograms of social action. think and ad for others Negroes) In the Held of end rights "There ia no question about the fact that the na tional religious organisations of catholic, Protestant, and Jew have rigorous!) Involved themselves m ekampionmg the cause of bringing equality and justice for all men." Bombard mid. statementby other Arab representatives full) endorsing" these Iwo crusaders Where w< %  1 < the other delegates? Except foi Israel, the) sat there with locks on their lip-. It ".is sicken If you it-ad what the Egyptian N said about the "Greens, the Shkolr.iks and the Zlotmcks" who came from Eastern Europe to %  >' Palestine from the Arabs, you could not have possibl) ob tamed an adequate feeling 1! the pogrom atmosphere being created here You had to be here to be nauseated by the performance You had to see them .is they curved their lips—as Ihej spal out the words. "Those East Europeans born and reared in Plonsk, Poltava, Kiev, Bobruisk." when, a lew days earlier, Shukairy endorsed the anti-Semiti< Tacuara movement ol Argentina, and called upon the l".\ to "adopt" Tacuara, Latin Americans were incensed. The Argentine delegates up to protest and. later, the Chilean followed suit. Hut they spoke only because their toe.-, had been trod upon. Aside from them, everyone looked onl) to Israel. The United Stales was silent. Britain was dumb, the cat had stolen everyone else's tongue ind, of course, the great Socialist libertarians ol the Communist world could only smack their hps. forgetting the beautiful wordagainst racism in their own constitutions. Oh, there were expressions of sympathy—pri\ tel) There were nice, libertarian words spoken —privately. There were shudders punctuated with a "nol me" assumption private!) There 1 ere even somi "re ets" b) some diplomats who conceded that, had their countr) been named, the) have protested And then Acre alsi ions that II, the) had no directive [ront then tovernments to deal with this issue bet UH the had rot licipate behind protocol m an instance ol this l. nd is coardly No dele 1 a 1 ighti itr) needs spei tic instructions to denounce to disassoi late himsell from obscei is ., vi hen ha 'iii Semitism becomi I should concern only Israel? Whei 1 les? Uneie %  • %  -indeed w eii tln-ii ( ons< ien( 1 erver sal hen 11 ni .1 as the procet t on. li. \ ain did 1 ne lex k for a e diploic hand t.: be raisi d in emand for the : n the Eg) pti ..1 d Ihe Sa idis thi lans and the Jordanians, • 1 It qis and th cse had ban l< Mo dii I with the w .11 m blood ol .ii .'. annihilated b) the I eis Deeall this it 1intended tn teem iusl so and nothing el>e, 11 1. an immoralit) which crops up again in tinbook. in a brief discussion of the role of the Arab Legion in World War li. the impression is bit that the Arabs fo hi ni and mind on the side of the Allies. The revers true. There 1constant reference to Jordanian fears that Israel will. l any internal disturbance in Jordan. tinmoment lor a thrust into the West Bank area i has never done such a thmc And yet. Hussein tell stor) ol hew Israel saved his regime by permitting vital fuel supplies to be flown over Israeli air space to Jpi when Saudi Arabia, witii malice aforethought, had refused such aid He e,d:> it the most humiliating feature of the whole sordid business Where an Arab nation reft an e em) 1 reed," and that is the end of his cot There is mere to the book than polemics againsl I-rael, of course The portrait of the young prince 1 1 in England, the difficulties of rule, bis feelini. Arab nationalism, the 1 nited states, bis diamissa Glubb Pasha, the Soviet Union, the l nited Nationi bis persoi -ii penchant for fast cars, airplane.-, infi rn nd other thin .all make rather interesting rea The total picture offered is that Of a sincere ruler vcrj i.w hat insecure, perhaps les. equipped to handle the difficulties that beset him l would have imped. I assume the book was writ! English (no translator is mentioned and by the aut himself, which ma) account tor most of the simplicity ol thought. Withal, he strives to do a creditable job of lei the Ha.-bemite Kingdom of Jordan, lie is wer) young be represents the must positive Arab thinking extant it is difficult to judge whether the combination ol tin-, tacts should be heartening or discouraging Between You and Me: Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Something is Fishy fOU KNOW, SAID Sam. leaving HO of his newspaper. 1 am \ pondering il we haven't been do Dg this here Mr. Khrushchei • njustice. How come you 18) that" skod Jake. Well. Kbni.-hcliev said all hi anted to do in Cuba is build a shing port. You know how it Is, le ijust tired of it all and want* lume quiet spot and do a little Maybe, said Jake, hi has a hankering for .1 ol :., i.ite ii-h for Shabbi Do you know, said Sam, thai according to the there 1one fish winch 1.1 Sabbath ob1 ii-h is in the river Sambaton, which > iu know, according to the Jewish legend, never mi the Sabbath; and this particular 111, whoso -t now slips my memory, when the Sabbath lights an kindled just hauls out of the water the river banks. But it d agogue, hi h? sajd %  • : 1 ore, Sam said, the 0 l urn. Ji .. had a high n ird for fish Do you know ll 1 said that one 00 God sp ke to the fish, I suppose, .-.11. Sam, U are really understood the fish 1 the} could teach us plent). v. 1. said 1 ik. it Khrushchev hist warned to why did he need all those missiles uba? land? said Sam, that's the modway of fishing The missiles set ofl .1 big 1 oisi • fish to the surfaci. and \ to catch the fish. Bui something 11 iut all this, said Jake. 1 %  eve those Russians missiles 11 ("I fishing By BORIS SMOLAR Three Major Epochs of United Jewish Appeal s-NTERING IN ITS 25th year exist I !" lice, the United Jewish Appeal car le its history into three epochs. The first was the "Montor epoch." whei j Monti. r was the executive I ol the r.JA The second was the epoch when the I'JA work was I Pled UH der Dr Jo.-eph Schwartz, who is n the executive head of the Israel I campaign. The third is the cut iod. when the work Icondui rl A Friedman Montor was a dynamic power who gave the I'JA campaigns tremendous impetus He venial figure, but even bis op| | his energy and devotion. Dr. Schwartz is a man in public life who can have only friend-, never enemies lie is a tactful person full 01 love for humanity, and these qualities have always been felt in his 1 .IA work, making it the success it was. What Montor sought to reach through itormy methods, Dr. Schwartz achieved tor the I'JA through ins matter-of-fact li iendlim Rabbi Friedman follows more the path of Dr Schwartz than of Montor. and achieves much through his youl enei hind the IUCCI -ol the UJA, however, .1 group of devoted Jewish leaders, outstanding an whom 1Edward M M M 1 Warburg ha: been the general chairman of the 1 \ for a number ol years and 1now its honorary ehairi He to stand in the background of the UJA devoting himself chiefl) to the work of the Joint l>. buiion Committee ol which he ithe chairman. Howi matter how much he tries to be overshadowed other l i\ leaders whom be wants to>bring to the 1 fronl always looked upon as the central tigun the l'.i \ He is always at the disposal of Joseph Iftoyorhoff, I M UJA general chairman, who ia himsell oni the strongest pillars One ol the largest contributoi the UJA, Meyerhoff—affectionately called "Joe" spares no time to make the UJA efforts a success He is scious of his responsibility as general chairman and carries this responsibility with utmost devotion. He 1' stimulating personality, inspiring others to do lor the l l\ what he wants them to do and making them aware he Importance of thenwork for tens of thousand* ol other human i>< il



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Page 6-C len i$f FfrrkfaTir Friday, December 21, ig^ | the term. For I Jew specifically, how e\er. the lountainhead of inspiration for the attainment of this ideal state of goodness is his spiritual and moral heritage—the Torah. Hence. Torah teaming and Torah practice have been, throughout the ages, the main guide to the Jew lor the living of a uood life. The Torah is not merely a book of theological dogma, but, in its written and oral traditions, contains above all a design for living. Essentiallyorganized in two indivisible parts, one portion deals wiih the duties which man has towards his fellow-man. and the other with the obligations which man has towards his Creator. A good Jewis, therefore, one who can create a harmonious blending between his moral obligations to humanity and his divine attachment to God. a synthesis between his contemporary environment and his sacred heritage. Pious Outlook A good Jew is not an escapist. He does not deny his heritage, nor hide his Jewishness. While he endeavors to serve unselfishly, he does not wish to become selfless. Rather does he give express ion to his inner self, direction to his moral and spiritual destiny, and thus becomes a link in the golden chain of his historic being. He is cognizant of the fact that the essence of freedom in our blessed United States of America does not lie in a religious "melting pot"—which seeks to impose a uniformity of religious belief and cultural expression. Our American democracy is the purest representation of a society based upon cultural pluralism where, by playing his own spiritual instrument, the Jew shares with other groups in the blend'ng of the spiritual sympathy which is the deathless harmony of American democracy. A go.id Jew does not achieve his state of goodness by the dedication of his entire life to otherworldliness. or by withdrawing from the affairs of our material world and physical universe. A DR. SAMUEL BELKIN ideal* and practices cood Jew does not characterize his duties • % %  ward his fellow-men as merely social philanthr the love of mankind and philosophy as the Ime of wisdom—each independent and Dtvelati • i> the other. Th. 1 love of man is based upon dr. dom. The Ton!) is the soil in which all humn obligations are nourished, and by swing man "he Jew serves also the Creator of mankind To a j;ood Jew. every social activity is motivated and conditioned by a pious outlook and a spiritual purpose which makes it, in the deepest sense religious. It is by the constant eftort to consecrate his social and worldly activities to a higher spiritual and moral purpose that a Jew continuously strives to become a "good .leu A good Jew is one who endeavors to transUD moral and spiritual ideals into practices, one ho endeavors to integrate the transcendental or ideal world with the material world. Judaism, to > Jew. is not merely a system of abstract relitiouj beliefs, a confession of faith; it is rather a *ay of life with its spiritual and moral obligationand Continued en Page 11 -C GREETINGS BLY'S GARAGE General Repairs All Models 232 SW 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 1-6804 Chanuka Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons Almu It run I if Salon 403 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone JE 8-1735 Alma and Rudy To All Greetings BRAIK RADIO and Television Service 'We Service All Types" RADIOS T.V. RECORD CHANGERS and HI-FI UHM NW 2*th ST. Phone NE 5-947? Marine Eafiae Overfceel %  ad iHSteileti.il MstrJtofort Ktrmorh Marina I %  tees MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS, INC 411 S.W. 2*4 AVENUf MIAMI 34, FIORIOA C.4. Ueter Telephone 373-4447 BILL AUSTIN FORD, Inc. HIGHEST TRADE IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE "WE APPRECIATE DOING BVSINISS W/TN YOIT 3801 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone NE 5 0311 GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA Quality Diamonds — Since 1868. Greenleaf & Crosby has been famous for its outstanding collection of gem qua! "• d a "onds in traditional and modern settings. To Our Many Friends, Patrons and Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA LOUIS BAIDA SPECIALTIES INC. "Goodwill and Promotional Advertising Distributors" 4590 NE 2nd AVE. PI 4-5536 N. L Robertson & Associates, inc. PLUMBERS PIUMR4NG, NEATM6 mi GAS MCTAUATMNS "WE eovff. oiiArn mumr 314S S.W. 22nd Street Phone HI 8 1788 Miami, Florid* J



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Friday. December 21, 1962 %  t +Jcn1siincridto>r> DfH David l mgregation held %  iti annual Patrons dinner Sunda) evening in the Ballroom of Spector Hull \ black and white color scheme I the room, and tiers ol lowers in black cone-shap len were on each table. i • aborate decorations, which i de i individual placecards, undet the supervision oi •\TKalph Ross, who wore a •ngth formal of black silk ., with an Oriental touch. Mrs Irvin Shapiro chose an • :it emerald green brocade ii-r 'due was fitted with a aeckllne, and her skirt was .(raped harem silhouette -h silk print in blue and W8J worn by Mrs Sidney Her pencil slim -heath v rrow. flat double shoulder which were sequilted, and blue velvet coat completed lemble Mrs, Al Beers top%  r black silk crepe sheath capelette i black damask M s Lewis Sternshein, whose isband is president of the .ition, chose satin with a l waistline that was bam! a fringe of beige-colored beads and Iridescent seMrs Jerry Sokolow were >dk organza with embroidered floral embroidering cascadin. wn her drets. Black silk brocade, subtly draped over the and Dips, was Mrs. Leon t .Afore Than Just a VocationI I i 5}ja^(ttV \ SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDAj "FREE GOLF" Cm. Mor fe Tampa and St. Pete. • I \ Kaplan's selection for this uniner Black \\a> also worn byMrs Paul Sobei, her gown full in length and with back int resl in the low-cowled neckline. Another lull-length gown in black was worn by MiHarry Markowitz, featuring heavy slipper satin and matching jacket trimmed with a white mink collar. Beige pcau de soie and chiffon were combined by Mrs. Jack stem, with the chiffon gathered in the back aero-the waist, and then floating freely to the hem line. A draped sheath of gold lame was the choice of Mrs Morton Beigel. Wife oi Beth David's spiritual leader. Mis. Norman Shap.ro. chose a brocade bodice of black, gold an.I red. with a full skut of red chiffon. Mr.-. Gussie Margulii i hose a blush pink brocade, and her [Itted bodice wa I' red with iridescent sequins and cavier beads. Her skirt featured controlled ftlllncs Ii< -apphire blue was \iiSidney Aronovitz color choice, and her gown was oi chantilly lace over illusion Her lace was embroidered in a matching shade of glittering lurex, and a peter-pan collar set off her illusion neckline. Mrs. Myrna Bloom wore an iridescent blue-green brocade imported from Paris, Her three-piece ensemble featured a finger-tip length jacket that had a Dior flat bow on one side of her .-tanclaway collar. • • njRS. Louis Spcctors floor%  length formal combined silk crepe and peau de soie. Her black gown had a wide pannier in the back from the waist to the floor that fell in a court train effect. Peau de soie cuffed the front of her bodice. Bronze satin was worn by Mrs. Robert Traurig. Her gown featured a dropped waistline, and her entire bodice was embroidered with short fringes of cai ier beads and drop crystals, A matching satin theatre coat completed her ensemble. l'dac k silk crepe with a bodice covered with jet bugle beads was Mrs, Sy Keith's choice A slashed bateau neckline, elbow I sleeves, and a slow slil in the back were the fashion details ol her bodice, Chairmen of dinner dance wenMi and Mrs, Phillip Schiff. Mrs, Schifl wore a llooi length gown in a print ol fuchsia, red, white, and black. The fabric was from India, and the gown had a matching stole. Mrs. Harry Gordon chose a theatre ensemble in online shadeol ji wel tone blues. Her swirled print was detailed I gold lame A full formal was worn by Mrs. Samuel Badanes, featuring gold lame brocade on a gold peau cie sole. A black cocktail peau de soie suit was the choice of Mrs. Louis August The bodice, showing a high rolled neckline, was ol white satin and embroidered with satin lined silver bugle beads CISTERHOOD president, Mrs. ** Louis Seitlin, chose a Cleopatra-type, floor-length formal of white silk crepe si it high on both sides, and featuring a heavily-encrusted jeweli o necKline. A black silk crepe with a sequined bodice was worn by Mrs. Max Swart/ It was asymctricdly draped over one hip, Mrs. l-sie Ram's w hite chiffon floor-length sheath featured a floral m.'tit embroidery in calusa I and gold lame. Her bateau neckline dipped to a low scoop in back, and a tree floating pannier which was attached to one shoulder en led al her hem, Black and white in an oversized geometric print were combined in Mrs. Nat p dlack's full-length gown. In sheer wool, the sheath had a bateau neckline and was topped with a black satin theatre coat. Mrs. Julius Spector designed and made her gown of raised gold brocade on antique satin. A surplis drape went from the neckline to the hemline in slight swirls, and white beaver cuffs trimmed her short sleeves. Page 9-B Nuclear Policy To be Viewed Tel. 726-1161 Dr. James Tedeschi, professor of psychology of the University of Miami, and author of "Armageddon or Utopia," will speak at a breakfast meeting of the Brotherhood of NOW OPEN H'orfty MIIIIO Oi LITE, Ine HAS COME TO SOUTH MIAMI Owntd A Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Krasnow 7263-7267 RED ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday morning. Dec. 30. according to an announcement by Dr. Harry E. Wolk, Brotherhood president. Dr. Tedeschi will speak on "Accidental or Inadvertent Nuclear War," and discuss Defense McNamara's policy Of nuclear containment. David Drinker is the Brotherhood's program chairman. Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 "YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CONSULTANT' for an AFFAIR to REMEMBER BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach There IS a Difference in Flowers TRY OURS WEDDINGS-BAR MITZVAHS-GARDIN PARTIES BIRTHDAY ANNVERSARY A HOSPITAL BOUQUETS FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Taking a breather at Sunday's annual Patrons Dinner of Beth David Congregation are these leaders who helped make the event a success: Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin, husband-and-wife presidents of the Men's Club and Sisterhood, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff. Mr. Schiff is immediate past president of Beth David and served as chairman of the Sunday dinner. 'Rurr.plestilskitV At Hebrew Acad. "Rumplestiltskin," the story of the little man v. ho turned straw into old. will be presente.l Sun; I day, 1 p.m., in the auditorium of the HebrewAcademy. The play will be staged by the .ast of the Merry-Go-Round Children's Theater. Sponsoring the project is the Student Council ol the Hebrew Academy. Proceeds will go toward the equipment for the stage in the newly-completed auditorium. Starring are Ivan Kivitt. Renee Collins. Kiel Mueller, Edward Drake, and Linda Hathaway. The afternoon program will also include a brief Chanuka playlet. Participating in the program wil'. be the 60 voice choir of the Hebrew Academy under the direction o£ Miriam Donnerstag. Children to Attend Temple .ludea will hold a spec* ial Sabbath and Chanuka service for entire family on Friday aC 7:45 p.m. Children of the Templereligious school have been invited to attend A special Oneg Shabbat will be served. Not just a holiday but a state of mind; Not just an exchange of gifts but a bountiful giving of the spirit; Net just lighting of candles but a rekindling of religious zeal; Not pretty tied boxes and presents but a treasure in the hearts of friends and family; Not games and the twirl of a dradle but dedication to the ideals of liberty .... A wish from All your Blue Star Family That every day be CHANUKA I I On Sunday afternoon, December 23. 1962 BLUE STAR CAMPS April Wedding For Miss Davis Mrs Rose Davis. 7440 Carlyle Ave, Miami l'.each. announcethe betrothal of her daughter, Charlotte, to Selwyn c. Welntraub, Mr. Weintraub is the son of Mrs. Rose Weintraub. of 4221 SW 33rd Dr., Hollywood, Fla. An April wedding is being plan ned by the couple. ORTHODOX LADY SEEKS Elderly Congenial WOMAN COMPANION to share her lovely apartment free of expense or house work. Ideal situation for right party. tYTTON JE 1-0637 BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Untr Uriel S-p-rviaion of the Orthodon Vaad Hahashruth of FlorUa Rabbi Or. Iiaac H. Evar. Director 24-HOUR NURSINO — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MOOCTSI MtnpMorr i WRMISIWMCS rntnoot WHIMM* 310 Colli** Avt. Ph. JI 2-3571 Miomi Bqch SIS WILLENS Cordially invites you !o see DECOR IN PAPER FINE PERSONALIZED STATIONERY A INViTATIONS for every occasion R.S.V.P. PL 9-3975 anytime // will hold its annual I "GET-TOGETHER for the Greater Miami area at the Deauville Hotel on the Ocean at 67th Street from 1:30 to 3:00 P.M. for New and Prospective Campers and Stall and from 3:00 to 4:30 P.M. for Former Campers. Staii and their Friends. Former campers, interested parents and their friends are cordially invited to attend. For additional information please contact our Greater Miami. Hollywood. Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach representatives: j Mrs. Harry (Lil) Rosen Mrs. Harry (Rhoda) Kaplan t 230 Shore Drive E. 1536 Plunkett Si. Miami—Phone FR 1-8205 Hollywood—Ph. WA 2-1162 A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 BLUE STAR CAMPS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Winter Address: 1IC0 Crescent Ave.. N.E., Atlanta 9, Saor.iia FOUNDERS and D'RECTORS HERMAN M and HA8RY G. POPKIN Y BLUE STAR will be observing in 1963 its 16th camping "season with a purpose. We [invite your interest in our {creative camping adventures in the Blue Ridge Mountains lor boys and girls from 7 to 17 years of age. 0 8 c?



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FridayDecember 21. 19G2 Mgttefl FhrkHari The Path of Our Commitment to Judaism C:"inod from Pag* 10-C :i.r many of its adherents IP !•• I'nited States. It is more thar "e historic house of assem. hlv prayer and study. It is "the ,ni.tr. ->*nt par excellence of Jew ; .h • -stive survival," and in the ,,ri. : Medina! Israel, it is "at much an instrument of j. survival as the Jewish Stat< and in the Diaspora, more th.tr he State." (p. 32.) The >gUt, together with its edu 1 purpose, heads the li?t 0 | • • -najor commitments of the Amt-r.catl Jewish community as ., -.lunity. For religion is the j, foremost "characteristic and •"• dential as a people, one ce and in time, religion ,ing both creed and deed. i and mltivot." ip. 53.) =our-Point Program ,i ". Dr. Goldstein approaches rid Of Zionism he is fully of the stark realities Oj •-ent position but as unrein his emphasis on its (Titles The fourfold task -1 ~in he proposed to the p.i25th Zionist Congreu Is (ai ill support of Israel, (bi support tor Israel, ici education, and id) Aliy.ih H'h • '"le first two goals are selfand have been remark.i!i j veloped in American Zionthe latter two objectives havi r.ardly been atttained, and in n ny Zionist circles are only ,;ig to l>e considered as intrii • to the program oi Amcr-jonism I" Goldman aptly indicates thai "Zionist organizations ami lead) .-ship must and can seek aceen 'o Jewish educational bodies nd instrumentalities, both %  • u> and secular, with a view |o Ziouuina the content of Jew sh edncatioa on the broadest possible scale" in order to ensure the character of Jewish education in America (p. n;,, As regards Aliyah, it is his firm conviction that the potential from the United states i greater than ia generally assumed. .Moreover, for American Zionism, idealistic Aliyah is a moral component of its very being and its reason for being, Thenarc too fow voices in American Zionism who speak U i irectly. If only from the vantage point, the American Jewish community sustains a serum.-, loss in Dr. Goldstein's absence, To those ttho have followed Dr Goldstein's thoughts and actions in the United States, •Transition Yoars" is a natural evolution oi his entire career, especially his unceasing concern with the problems oi Jewish unity. Kiyyum Ha-umah, the spiritual as weil as physicial survival ot the Jewish People, ivirtually his "magnifi cent obsession;" it is the key to the religious, cultural and Zionist programs he has led. Even the State o| Israel, he reminded his Zionist audience last year in Santiago, Chile, "is secondary to the Jewish people." Indeed, he defined Zionism "as the active commitment to the creative survival of the Jewish people and to the Jewish state as an indispensable instrument toward that end." (p. 200.) Whether in South America or in Europe, or in the United States. Goldstein regarded it his mission to decry "geographical myopia." to insist that these communities recognize tin? common perils facing Jewish diasporic life, and to urge the conscious development of the subconscious group feeling for the brotherhood of Jews. To the author, the symbol of this teaching of Klal Yisrael is Jerusalem, the City which is not "a geographical location but an ideoGREETINGS Maatrracfvrtri tttfritwfers Archittctvral rVoodw.rk 535 N.W. 11th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA As Near as the Telephone: FR 4-3186 C. H. ERVIN HEATING & VENTILATING 5301 N.W. 35th COURT NE 3-2964 NE 4-6216 MSMOW Of FIORIDA HOME HEATING INSTITUTE, INC Entre Nous Dress Shop 1154 Normancry Drive, Miami Beach FLORENCE PAIKEN Extends to All, A Very Happy Chanuka GREETINGS It's Clean — It Wears Longer ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. PAVING WITH PLANT MIXED ASPHALT 1000 NW 57th Avenue MO 7-2551 P.O. Box 44-008 Miami, Fla. logical locus." To world Jewry, the concept of the Higher Jerusalem is a broader and more stgnificant concept than Medinat Yisrael, Israel's Responsibility But Goldstein, himself, now lives and works in the real Jerusalem. A good portion of the addresses was directed to the Yishuv. not only from the Zionist Congress platform, but to the people ol the State. He spoke, among many others, to the former displaced persons from the Bergen-Belsen camp, to the Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel, to the Journalists' Club. and. most appropriately, to the children's flower convention of the Keren Hayesod. To all of them alike, he taught the responsibilities of Israel to world Jewry. And that responsibility, he emphasized, would be met it the original sense ot purpose, the moral imperative, which led to the re-creation of Statehood were fulfilled by the organic interplay of national needs with international concern. What will strike the reader most in this book is its clarity and consistency. He will also find many insights which serve as pungent commentaries on contemporary Jewish life. For example: Goldstein's strong statement on the vulgarization of the tone of Jewish lile in the United States in the home and in public; his honest appraisal of the calibre of Jewish leadership; his bleak view of the recent antiSemitic manifestations around the world; his sorrow that in most western communities the Sacred Millions of the Catastrophe are being forgotten. A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Mr. end Mrs. Kerry J. Son* end Lori Marsha %  I A l ISTATI Investments and General Insurance 350 Lincoln Road Bldg. Mezianine MIAMI BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS ART PRESS J. POLOV1N OFFSET A LETTERPRESS 228-30 W. Flagler Street Miami FR 9-59*5 A HAPPY CHANUKA CONNCRAVT HO ATS. INC. Builders and Designers of FIBERGLASS BOATS 16 Ft. SKI BOATS to 24 Ft. CRUISFR 1511 Mi ISOHl Street Phone ft 7-6521 HOLIDAY GREETINGS HAVING A PARTY? 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Page 8-C fJknist> ikridUfur Friday, December 21, 1952 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA maule MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC. SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA FOR OVER FOUR DECADES 5220 Biscayne Boulevard Phone PL 1-6631 ATLAS TV CENTER INC. 736 7 1st STREET, Miami Beach Phones UN 6-7217-UN 6-5868 TELEVISION • RADIO • APPLIANCES SALES RENTALS SERVICE LEW GOODMAN and SOL WEXLER WISH ALL A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA Season's Greetings to Our Many Patrons, Friends and Acquaintances IRWIN GRAIN COMPANY KENDALL, FLORIDA FEEDS KRJILIltR -fARM EQUIPMENT -LAWN MOWERS Phone 271-4500 HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM SCHERA MECHANICIAN DRAFTING SERVICE 3421 NW 7th AVE. NE 5-0942 TO ALL GREETINGS CAPT. S. HAMWAY BOAT POPEYE TOO HAULOVER BEACH DOCK Phone Wl 7-3525 ENJOY A DAY FISHING — Pier 2 — 10800 COLLINS AVE. CHANUKA GREETINGS from FLORIDA EQUIPMENT COMPANY OF MIAMI 33S6 NW. 3Cth STREET H 3*371 MIAMI, FIA. GRAND CENTRAL FREIGHT FURNITURE SALES 1636 NW 7th AVE., Miami Phone FR 4-4774 WISH ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA Happy Chanuka to All PURITY CONDIMENTS 3590 NW 60th STREET NE 5-1389 The Shylock Image in Elizabethan Times By DR. ERNEST PHILLIP 1"0 understand the Jews and Jewesses U Shape' spcare and Marlowe represented them in their dramas, we must forget the 20th century and revive at least two dead facts which, at the time Of Queen Elizabeth (1533-1603), still survived: the abhorrence of usury and the abhorrence of the Jew, for centuries misrepresented as the living type of a race which had deliberately murdered an incarnate God. These were the two underlying emotional forces which handicapped an Elizabethan author when writing about a .lew for Elizabethan audiences Involuntary ignorance of Jewry cannot be urged in defense of the gross caricature of Jews and Jewesses which the eloquent pen of Shake speare and Marlowe produced. The famous historian Graetz had proven conclusively that there was only a small number of Jews in England at that time. Exiled in 1290. they were not readmitted as a race until Cromwell's time (1655) Individuals were welcomed during this interval. There was. however, a strong agitation against these few stray members of Israel. The result was the production of several anti-Jewish plays such as Marlowe's "The Jew of Malta' written and staged in 1590 and Shakespeare's "The Mtrchant of Venice" (1595). Eye for Favor Anti-Jewish agitation reached its climax at the trial of Dr. Rodrigo I.opez. the Queen's physician, a Jew, charged with being bribed by the King of Spain to poison her majesty. Lopez was executed in 1594 and his trial and execution caused a great excitement everywhere. Soon afterwards "The Jew of Malta" was performed and enjoyed 15 performances. The very next year, William Shakespeare, with an ever watchful eye for popular favor, set himself the task of contributing to the stage his conception of a Jew. "The Merchant of Venice" written and staged around 1595-6 was the natural outcome of the unusual excitement against the Jew. Thus Shylock appeared on the Elizabethan stage as a purely comic character. The tragic element of his racial suffering, his prominent feature today, is the outcome of modern tl %  nd modern criticism. Judging from the Stage directions. Shylock is not the ve Hebrew of the modern stage, but a tonage attired in a red wig with .i pec hooked nose and of general slovenly a; character calculated to repel. Hut even a 30 veir young geni Shakesoeare could not allow Shylock t.i "black." During all his life he had been i •n bitter wrongs and cruelties ShylocTt i, ,ih. : Slgnor Antonio, many a time and oft. In the Kalto you have rated me About the moneys ard my usurariiStill have I borne it with a patient shrug, For sufferance ithe badge of all .air I And later Shylock. spat upon, ho Ited, i %  •'. cried out bitterly: ". it will feed my re -ngi He lAntonioi hath disgraced me and hinderhalf a million, laughed at my los- B, mocl my gains, scorned my nation, thwarted m> gains, cooled my friends, heated mine en and what's his reason'' 1 am a Jew' Hath .lew eyes'" Hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimen sions. senses, affections, passions? F^ with th.' same food, hurt with the same weapons, subject to the same diseases, healed by the same rt warmed and cooled by the same summer and winter, as a Christian is If you prick us, do we not bleed 0 If you tickle us. do we not If you poison us, do we not die* And if you wrong us. shall we not revenge -1 If we are like yotl i". the rest, we will resemble vou in that ." Tragedy of a Mon Thus Shakespeare invests Shylock w. ': own genius. The result is a baffling amalga lion of human contradictions. Successive .•• ations of actors tried to get away from the Ide a comic character In 1814. th :. mOUS 1 actor. Edmund Kean, saw in Shylock what so far nobody but Shakespeare had see:, — the trag of a man. n t a powerful, enduring personality A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL RICHARD BERTRAM & CO. 3360 NW 21st STREET NE 3-9761 GREENBRIER FROCKS INC. R. SOLOVCI, President 1055 E. 16th STREET Hialeah HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS JUDY'S KNIT SHOP 423 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 8-9318 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA C. L. CLEMENTS Insurance Agency, Inc. 1100 LINCOLN ROAD JE 8-7403 COSTUMES — FORMALS Wide Variety in Stock For All Occasions Custom Made to Order A.B.C. Costume Shop RENTALS SALES 5130 Biscayne Blvd. PL 7-3492 Nite PL 7-3820 TO ALL GREETINGS BAC CONSTRUCTION. INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS 744 NW 72nd AVE. CA 6-1222 SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS Victor L. 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Friday. December 21. 1962 LETTER TO THf HMTORxUnislfhrHw Page 5-A Student Wants Religion in His School Explained EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian: Some 2.20O students at Miami Beach Hih School gathered in the .iditcrium at 8:35 a.m.. Friday in a musty uld history book. j ^hieh was 95 per cent Jewish After the narration, came the If a M,ldent *nts religion in | n d also attended by a sprinkling {ift-giving aspect ol the program nis Ufc ,et hiin S<> to his church of 9d-will Gentiles, who no morning; The lights dimmed, and which was introduced in a New '" svn: '"" ue and practice it in j doobt claim that some of their hc school choir marched down the Testament selection on charity£ %  *" %  •• : f s vvelL That such a b,st friends are Jews which included the question of sc • tarian practices in public school Thus we see that within the ran' ot the Orthodox rabbinate ai laietg ihreis a difference ot op | ion on this subject. The prayer-ir.-schools issue ... only one aspect—although a important one—of the over-a doctrine of separation of churcar.d state as set forth in the Firs Amendment of our constitutor Rabbi Stern must look at th! Simultaneously, a narrator, a cl ^irl who, incidentally, is ho.lv. as well. in any case, the curtains "''IZ'i^Zr'C^^^"^ "* """"at home. Was this a trial balloon. parted .... stage to feature Santa sonw future Antiochus. : a IlIturo blueprin |0I the :inmiaI; toZmni !" 0 !" -'--? -" JZS-W?**!** S,UdC,,t at G( T ,i,C ba, !. al lhe Su rf ? ,ub nd! l Kknmvn that Torah Uw doefnc! ;,„; reced most eloquently the V 1 !"!" ^ J£\?" c t h ^ *.? ^ den nd MW f a 'SP? affa "" at hWl wilhout ihave to protectTheTlheists a. s ,orj of Chanuka and Christmas. cteverly-decorated floats, preas to why our community has tolrestrictions? laenostics." In my opinion v 3 -h a( wu this supposed to he-a *£ t *J*l%l Pi "' r f" !" s, l h ,nfi ,r:,, ; < "> <* Wligton A f havc „ ere „ con(iUJon ()f /. di room where.,, we were to ''> m J""!" *" > >-<;ur .eho.ds. af eeting the m.nds, void ; preponderating sent,d'malchuta," the First Amendme .. .. ...kih ;. Kritrpn.v m ate l> SI.IHXI. w ith each stuot the youth at this questing age i ,„... 8 ., ..... .. ,_ ....;„„ ,u.. -i t ,u.. i. .„i •• c ;„ which is better? I found the celebration an unfortunate thing, for most of the 1 900 Jewish students have not progressed beyond even the barest of Jewish studies; I woi-ld suspect that they hardly even know th* story of the Maccabees. Put as the narration offered it, ihc Chanuka festival was a remote event a few thousand years ,irjo when a han.'ful of outnumbered Jewish soldiers won a battle with the big, bad Greeks for not letting them live the way they wanted to. Undoubtedly, most of the Beach Ugh students lelt the auditorium oubting the credibility of the mi personally giving from S2 oi their lives. to $3. Frankly, l would much rather have given my contribution to my synagogue for its needy in the form of Chanuka Gelt, but the -park that lit my indignation was EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: the statement in the assembly: "In temples, homes, and synagogues Chanuka is celebrated; while in churches, homes, and schools, is questing ageU^g „, lh( j e wisb people in probeing the "law of the land." Sin. 'testing against shoddy stratificathis law does not in any way i JERRY ARANOFF '' on We refuse to attend perform fringe upon Jewish religio Miami Beach ances until the Opera Guild passes practices, then we Jews mi a resolution not to hold meetings abide by the law. On the ct or functions in places that practrary, Rabbi Stern and all Ann tice discrimination against one of it an Jewry should be grateful th its members. We feel that a pnnthe First Amendment includes tl last Mw I had occasion to call vi P ]c is involved, and pity those protection of the rights of ev, i. you? .Sonto d t£ ?£&* ^o !" < "Shah-shah! Why the atheists and agnostics. Greater Miami Opera Guild in thirteen American colonies insicd upon this First Amendmcr not because they were Godless, n' because they were secularists, They wanted this "wall of separ• tion between church and state order to eliminate the possibili'; %  that the state and certain econorr my learned colleague. Rabbi Tibor || jgion t0r political purposes to t' Stern, regarding his remarks in a %  detriment of religion. Immediately, notices were mailletter to the editor of three weeks. lions and supporters. kl,.f Aii-M-fAi. killli/tn /lilt #. kit Clnt! immediately, notices were mailu .,„. r ,,, ,|„. editor of three weeks NCW UU3rTCr-nllH0n Vjll TO Ml. Jindl cd that the next Opera Ball would ago on lhc -prayer-in-thc-schools" Therefore, regardless of wl ^ be at the Fontainebleau. But a controversy. l v P e of Jew one may P rofess _> lJ Announced from Greenspan Foundation controversy, (iiscreet silence prevailed about ft _... ._. h „, be—Orthodox, Conservative, Flunchcon for artists and Guild Rabbl Stern seems to imply that form or what havc you -the Fir members in the winter of 1963 at Orthodox Jewry is not opposed to Amcl „|ment is the greatest ran <*ra.,l f w,s.pr onto, Mt. Greenspan Out-Patient Pavilion the Suri Cub. {he J^J^VVSJt TJTjTfLZlVTi sinal Hospital, announced \iln->provides complete diagnostic and To date he J0ci ,, p<,, ity of week, alter Rabbi Stern's remarks, sure (hc preservation of that kir i [ay I to the hospital ,,,.;„ ni ,, n services. The weekthe Opera Guild remains unthe press reported that there wereLg f ree dom wherein Jews a' new gimmick was pros and cons on the church state equal w nh their fellow America! Dee. 5, a preissue at the 64th biennial conven-j pretentious Opera tion of the Union of Orthodox RABBI LOUIS A. CAS' the Eden Roc, Jewish Congregations of America, Miami Beach The funds wi;i provide addition ;•.>' %  -"•"••->• ......,clinics and facilities for the n Surgical. lay $260,000 gift to the hospital ,,.,.;„„„,„, >mi ,, x The 28 week,he Opera Guild Jsis^ss^K'dSs -p o -j* aair Sri \!r> S. Harvey Greenspan and betlc, Dental and Eye, Nose and '"troduced. On aughter, Mrs. Basil Heatter Throat. ... Medical, Obstetrics season P f ., nllltll%n GynocolOgy, Orthopedics, PcdiaBall was tr.ed at l:-e funds will pn.vide addition. -. '• .-,nt Out-l'atient Department, The enlargement of the fa ell l ,h t/as nhaDced by their late In the Greenspan Out-Paticnl Pa ishand and father vilion will be a continuation nl As said that "with the gen the efforts begun by the late Mr IV'-of this outstanding contri Greenspan In 1946, whei n Ml Sinai will be able to started tribut !2 D to nd its services to the many provide for the clinic can pay for onlj part or none "The Greet pan I'" 'heir much needed ineieal treatcontribution to the hospit I -lit which "ill "' %  ich out to lhe thats right! w Indicative of the population .,'owth of the area and the con-.quent reed of an expansion in iiedical facilities to meet this M'OWMI are the following statistics: in 1961, 17,200 persons were cared for in the Out-Patient Department; for 1962, the estimate il an increase which will reach 21,000. "To build to meet the de %  ire to live in 9od health of the individuals behind these statistics is the aim of Mt. Sinai and of the Greenspan Foundation," Lewis declared, adding: r'or the elderly and Indigent ho come :o the doors of Mt Sinai, •' %  only criterion for acceptance is heir need for medical care, re.rdless of race, color, creed or lie ability to pay." lhe second largest outpatient in Dade county. Mt. Sinai's 0*. NfNffr 5CH0K* ol many," said Samuel Gertner, executive director ol Ml %  •Comii nca l-warm %  to Mt Sinai's 13th : versarj week, ;t is evidence .>t the continued responsibility "i saving shared by the hospital and the communit) Noted Rabbi Will Live at Coronet Dr. Hcnrj A Schorr, rabbi emeritus of Temple Adath Israel in the Bronx, has moved into th 11 house suite ol the Coronet H in Miami Beach, He served • spiritual leader ol the pioneer Jewish congregation ol the Bronx from 1830 to 1856\ when he r ired because oi ill health, Dr. Schorr, a member oi the Ccn ir.il Conference "i Vmcrii an R bis was in the first gra ii Instil %  Religion, where he studied ui %  lhe late Rabbi St. phen 11 Twice presdent of the Bronx BoarJ of Rabbis, Dr. Schorr played a leading role in the United Jewish Appeal, Israel Bonds and the Zionist mowcme.it. He was first president of the C.onx Diwis : on cf the Jewish National Fund. 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-age 8-B >Jenirf flcrkfSan Friday. December 21, 1%2 Miss Diane Marks Exchanges Wedding Vows With Edward Moss Miss Diane Markexchanged her name for thai of her new husband. Edward A. Mo*s. in 7 30 o'clock vows on Saturday evening. Dee. 1J. at Temple Beth Am Dr Herbert Baumgard officiated. The bride is the Of Mr. Mi1 Marks, of 73 Edgewater Dr. Coral Gables The m ithe son of Mr and Mrs OMAN CF THE WEEK .hieeo Jacobs, Perl Eye June Rites Karl Jacobs of Ea>ton, Pa., anBounces the engagement of hi* daughter. Sandra Lee. to Larr> F'erl. son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Perl, of 6750 SW 7th St., Miami Miss Jacobs will teach in Miami after receiving a June degree in education at the University of Miami Mr Perl is a graduate of the Phillip M'-v 915 So. Shore Dr.. Miami Beach .-Vrwrrwed MrtfWi tbOtt a silk DO' 4 de sole ibeath tor her wedding, which featured a chapellength train, and an all-beaded II top. She carried a bouquet o! white rotes wth one yellow %  -. in the center. Maid of honor wai alias Lois Rat tien Bridesmaids lacluded Bar bars Marks. Diana Brooks, Dorothy Moss, Judy Gioei K .--• • Gerry TonkBest man for the Stanley Ersoff. Ushers were Richard Marks Ted Finkel, Alan U vine. Don Feldman. and David Roemer. The bride attended Coral Gables High School and Sulisns Collegi for Girls at Bristol. Yd. Mr. Mots ia Miami alt He received his law degree Iron the Universit) of Miami, and ai tended the University of Florida Reception followed the wedding al Temple Beth Am The couple left for a Nassau honeymoon, and A June wedding is planned She vas the small iss-and I I %  -•' M r ; ich always led th line in the eitats U ite an extrov ved the excitement of the -dimming meets Sne spent two urthe Usdveraili of Illinois, then graduated from the University •he day of graduation, her future husband, who was her brother. Dor.ald Korshak's best trier.:, -urprised her. but not her family by presenting her with in engagement ring. After they were married they lived in Chicago, coming to Florida every year, until they decided at last that Florida was suck a wonderful place to be. they mi^ht awell move University of Miami, where he re down Mr and Mr-. G ildstrich have three celV ed a BBA degree in adecrtis children—BX, who is married, has'two chiling anc i marketing Mr. Perl was dren, and lives in Chicago; and the twins— a member of Pi Lambda Phi and w j^j j ive at sw 1571b St and 77th I and Jill. Belle says that there were no, L'Apache fraternities, and i curAv0 wnere nev are building their twins in their family: they were ju-t lucky, i rently a>-i>tant director of public own home. Lack lives here in Miami Beach with his wife, relation' at the Fontainebicau Sandy: and Jill is a legal secretary Hotel. Oi the Goldstrich academic front, the met %  1 coincidence happened Belle graduated from college in the last Class to redegrees under the old four-year plan ol education. B.Z., twenty yearlater, was in the K IH %  class to graduate under the ne • system cceleration Then the old four-year plan went back into effect at e University of Chicaj 1 Belletamil) were civic-minded leaders in the Chicago communv and Belle followed m thei rfootsteps in Chicago As soon as she rrived in Florida, it was PTA. B'nai B'rith, Hadassah, Sisterhood ol cmple Beth Sholoni. Home lor the Aged Auxiliary, and National ,'cmrn's ( ommittec ol Brandeis Univeraity among other-, which have 11 had th' benefit ol Belle's forte-programing A firm belieier that ne program sets the tenor of meeting-. Belle also insists that the ming must be right Having discovered in college that >he had a nack for writing poetry, Belle has used that talent for the enjoyment : her programs and her friend-. Presently, she is interested in the pti Mr. since Mamie is sc active in the Optimist Club Realizing how important a part a woman can play in sorority. Belle currently national regional advisor, national skit chairman and naonal parents chairman ol Sigma Delta Tau. The Goldstrich apartnent. the Tropix, has become an integral part of Belle's life, the same jests come year after year, and their lives have become intertwined. bubbling with the love of lite. Belle believes that a person should live the hilt. This is a good philosophy lor her. Belles impish face and .arkling eye-, her last clattering feet, and her bubbling enthusiasm ill never let hei grow old i] MISS tHOD4. GRANT Miss Rhine Weds Rabbi Mehlman Mi-Mimi Rhine and Rabbi Dan lei II Mehlman were married on Tuesday evening, Dee 11th. at th Kingsway Jewish Center in Brook lyn. N.Y The bride 1the daughter ol Mr and Mrs Lester Rhine, of Brooklyn. Tingroom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Ernest Mehlman. also ol Brooklyn. Rabbi Mehlman is spiritual lead ei of Congregation Mispallin in Chester, Pa where the newly marne I couple w ill reside The former Miss Rhine. .1 grad uate of the Ycshivah of Flatbush, v ill continue her studies at Tern pie University in Philadelphia. Rabbi Mehlman received BA and MHL degreeat Yeshivah Inner sity, and was ordained at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. He is now working I toward a PHD in psychology • \v. MRS. fJlVARD MOSS Gordon, Abel Betrothal Told The engagement of M:Lee Got leu to Mr Irving being announced by tin elect's parent-. Mr. anil Mrs ard .1 Gordon, of 1425 SU 17 Parents oi the groom-to Mr and MrL a is A s\v 36th Ave. \li-Gordon gradu it< ; nd is 1 pletins her lasl \ar al th. I L'niversitj Si hool ol ^ She i> a member "( V; Delta, national freshm hon irary, and the stud. 11 ol America* Mr Abel graduated fi 1 High School, and is ior at the I'niu r-i'.y of Mill neei • 1 School He 1a 1 ei ol the Stu enl Govcrnmi Phi Kappa Phi. engineer orary Phi Eta Sigma and • i M Epsilon. 9 Mi. •n .'. am %  MisS Grant Wins Hebrew-Speaking Croup JHE REAO ALL WEEK Helyne and Kenneth Treister had most interesting dinner guests. TOp bCnOlarSnlp elyne prepared by reading, "The Innocent Ambaasadors, "Generations Miss Rhoda Grant. 8415 Crespi f Viper.-"' and Opus 21." You guessed it— the man who came to dinBlvd.. Miami Beach, has been er was Philip Wylie and his wife. Rickie. Helane and Lester Panawarded her second honorary in oast made the sixsome complete. Dinner was by candlelight Helyne terfoundation scholar-hip by the topped reading long enough to sec that the cornish hens were done Interfoundation Committee for • i perfection. The Treister home on Battersea ltd., which is so unEconomics, of Great Barnngton. sual because it has so many gardens, came in for it> share ol admiraion, The conversation ranged from Seadade to survival in a nuclear tuck. They all got a lug kick family." Chug Ivri. Hebrew-speaking group ol No. Miami Beach, will meet Tuesday. 2:30 p.m., at Temple Ner Tamul. Jacob Spielman will discuss Aeh Ha'Am and Dr. Thcodor Herd. Discussion will follow. In D..J. t Srowt'd U> Cogrli'l. nearly 1 [VERVBOOY %  2^ kr dha* f£^ ^ i*, jwjrdl lrm HALPERTS TROPHiES t.i'jfil in the Soytf PAN AMERICAN BANK BlBf Ph. 377-2353 listening to the record ot •The First O HOLE IN ONE Martha Mass. Miss Grant is a sophomore at Carnegie Institute of Technology at Pittsburgh. Pa., where she is studying nuclear physics. While attending Miami Beach and Stanley C Mvers an,. Elinor and David Catsman wen. JJg • ^S^LSlfSS. U, ,n sebring for the weekend. In six layer, of ctotha. ^^rr^^arSpfT; i Harder Hi nd smudge pot weather, they played golf Stan made a 3 on a par 5. .Iy. what he could have done Ol the weather had been warmer. Then hey went to Rolling Hills to try the golf course there. It was cold here. too. Stetson University and the University of Florida. Dora Stein Sisterhood Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will meet Tuesday HOME IN TIME Ruth and Dave Rilas. with five pieces of luggage in a tiny Fiat, pent ten days of their glorious European trip driving through the evening. Program will include a Mountains Of Spain and around the Mediterranean. In Madrid. Ruth chanuka skit presented by memiad quite an experience at %  French modiste's, having a blue lace bers. made for their son. Haroldwedding. Home just a few days be] ore the wedding, they found wonderful news waiting lor them At the ehearsal dinner they gave for Harold and Karen at the Standard Club. hey announced the engagement of their daughter, Harriet, to Dr. Leonard Roaendorf. Sunday was Harriet's twenty-first birthday, which nade it ju-t right for the Rifareception honoring her and Lenny Sverything was in pink and white The next party will be a luncheon t the Ronej Plaza Hotel on Dec. 22. given by Harriets aunt. Ml*l Iveiyn Rlfas. In the meantime. Harriet is having a har.i time out • the university keeping her eyes on her law books instead of her enagement ring. •VESTVIEW GOES BY BUS That man. Richard Haft, got busy again, and West view Country !ub had another fun evening: out to the club for cocktails and dinner, hen a chartered bus to take tiiem to the Orange Bowl Stadium for the j >range Bowl Classic football game. 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tory About Chanuka (or Americans By JAN BUSHINSKY The word "Chanuka," which means dedication. ,-oes not in itself convey the full significance ot our eight-day winter holiday. Even if we recall s other name—the Feast of Lights—we still miss he hard kernel of the holiday's meaning. Actually, Chanuka is a great festival of free 'om, commemorating the first time in Jewish his lory that freedom was attained through courage n battle and a determination to fight for the things \e hold sacred All of us should bear In mind as we celebrate, rom the 25th of Kislev (this year Dec. 22 t<> 2nd f Tcveth (Dec. 29) for the 2.127th consecutive car. the victory of the Maccabees over the Hell1 nized Syrian oppressors. For 111 so doing, we ill be reaffirming our belief in the principle that fr ee d om is an ideal for which Jews have always ecn willing to fight and die. Maslerlv Militarism Then, besides celebrating the Jewish temple's dedication to the worship of God, after deliberate nan defilement, we will also be marking the an mversary of a masterlul Jewish military operation vhich ultimately converted Judea from the tiny district into which it had shrunk to the historical taundaries established b) King David and known • \ er since as "Eretz Yisracl." Ever) Jewish box or girl learns how the Mac abean struggle began They hear the familial tory of how an enraged Mattathias, the aging pa riarch of the Basmonean family, killed a Jewish .liter (or kneeling before a Greek idol, and how ie then turned on the Syrian soldier who ordered blasphemy and slew him as well. \v. understand thai this ( % as the spark that gnited Israel's firs) war ol liberation, which ultimately brought complete v ctorj for the Maccaees But hou many ot us are aware ol the facl Lhat the fighting did nol actually begin with Mai thias' Impulsive deed? How many ol us km • %  iat many of the Jews—those known then as the 1 itiini" —were alreadj In armed conflict with 16 mercenaries of the Syrian Emperor AntiOChUS V because Of his unbearable despotic rule" Theological Difference Actually, the first Jewish rumblings against Syrian domination during the turbulent second century (B.CE 1 began several years before the Macabees organized their dogged guerrilla army. The Hassidim confronted Antiochus' troops with arm ed oppositon and were constantly seeking open bat 'le with them However, there was one exception: •ne Sabbath. The Hassidim refused to take up „rms on the Holy Hay. many of them preferring •0 be cut down like grain rather than break the Lord's commandment. Ibis was their Achilles' heel, and the Syrians were quick to take advantage • i it. The Maccabees did not see it that way, how •ver. They insisted that it was permissible for Tews to fight in .self-defense on the Sabbath it •ney faced the alternative of being slaughtered like '.imbs. They also provided the Hassidim with a lead •r the likes of whom has been rare and nival.able in Jewish history Judah, Mattathias' sec%  nd son. who was second to none as .1 commander, •trategist and fighter. He led the poorly trained ..nd ill-equipped Jewish force, to rout the Syrian enemy, never fearing that Antiochus' forces pos eased the ultimate in tactical weapons and were Bolstered by the most awesome armor in the daj lephants. Thus, it is remarkable, thai a! the Battle ol mmaua, the turning point of the war. which was .light near the site ot Israel's "Bab el Wi •henthe fate of modern Jerusalem was decided luw.-Judah and his men dared usands of picked Syrian infantrymen and cav .:I7.GOO in all.ac< rdii B '•' ;l apocryphal Book : Maccalx ea 1 Judah. of course, had a clever ruse in mina hen he prepared to light the numericallj super>r enemy. Learning that the Syrians planned to "Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, December 21, 1962 Section C raid his encampment under cover of darkness. ludah ordered his men to vacate it at once and leek concealment in the nearby hills. Lysias, the Syrian commander—a close relative of the Emperor—finding the Jewish encampment abandoned, assumed ihat the Jews were afraid to fight and ordered his troops to locate them in the surrounding area. The search was fruitless, but it did serve to lire the Syrian soldiers. Meanwhile, Judah wan ed until daylight and then advanced to meet Lysias in battle on a nearby plain. Finally, in spite Of the impossible od >. the Jews were victorious, The "propaganda" effect ol this battle was almost as great as its military value. Antiochus was forced to admit that the Judean rebels were a formidable enemy, invincible even when controlled with the cream of his battalions These conclusions were comirmed, for. by the time Judah and his men were dedicating the temple in Jerusalem, they bad defeated another Syrian army, this one even larger than the one commanded bj Lysias A New Invader Although the Ma 1 eventuallj succeeded .•1 establishing a lull-flc ged independent Jewish commonwealth, there was a new invader waiting in the wings: the Romans. Within just over 200 years, they not only destroyed Ihe last vestiges of Jewish sovereignty, but reduced to rubble the ver> temple for which the Maccabees had risked so much to restore Nevertheless, the Romans could nol acci mplish their mission until their legions had crushed the same kind of indefatigable Jewish armed resistance as had opposed Antiochus IV The willingness of Jews to fight for freedom did not cease in the year 70 C.E. It i> true that, for many centuries, there were lew causes which had room for Jewish partisan.-. But Jews were ready when the first great opportunity came: UnAmerican Revolutionary War. in which hundreds of Jews rallied to the standard of Gen. George Washington. Proportionately, the number of Jewish soldiers serving In the Continental Army was very high. Although the total Jewish population in the 13 colonies was small (only 2.00 to 3,000) they provided more than the average percentage of men who bore arms, and many of them were among the best American soldier.-. There names are preserved in the records ol the American Revolution. They range in rank from field grade officers to buck privates-all volunteers. Of course. (There was no draft until many wars later 1 Distinguished Fighters One oi the most interesting of them was Col. David Salisbury Kranke. who became an aide to Generals Benjamin Lincoln and Benedict Arnold He averted the possibility of an American Dreyfus Case by insisting that a full inquiry be conducted in a military tribunal to prove that he was In no way involved in the treasonous activities of his dishonored commander. another distinguished Jewish officer was Maj. Beniamln Nones, who came to the colonies from cTandeventuaUy served on the staffs of Gen ihing ton and the Marquis de Lafayette. None :,, U commission after performing meritor = service as a private under the command of Coun Pulaski. in whose units he served as a private, ^t waa Nones who earned Baron de Kalb from tlu ZMZ • "mden, N.J.. when the BavamnA Menorah Candle Flickered And A Leader Was Assured of Victory born French officer was mortally wounded. Nones received a lengthy letter from Count Pulaski citing his consistent bravery under fire. Two of the Jewish soldiers who were killed in action were Salvador Ettings, of Maryland, and Capt. I.ewish Bush, of the Sixth Pennsylvania Batttalion, who was fatally wounded at the Battle ol Brandy wine. Flickering Light Other Jewish soldiers who distinguished themselves in battle were Samuel Bush. Benjamin Ezekiel, Jason Sampson, Aaron Benjamin, Ascher Levy. Nathaniel Levy. Jacob Hays, Benjamin .Moses. Eman dela Motta, Joseph Sampson, Abraham Se xes and Jacob Lecn. The Pinto family of Connecticut sent three of its sons to the Continental Army, while the newly declared state of South Carolina mustered a distinct "Jews' Company.'' so called because 15 of its GO members were Jews. It was commanded by Capt. Richard Lushington. Another prominent member of the Franks family (Ihe Franks were the nation's leading Jew ish family at the time of the Revolution) was Col. Isaac Franks. He enlisted at the age of 17 and gained his colonelcy after being been wounded in battle several times. Byt the time the war wa over. Col. Franks had become a close personal friend of George Washington, on whose staff he served and with whom he kept in touch for man] years alter both returned to civilian life. But the most touching incident of all those concerning Jews in the Revolutionary War is one connected with Chanuka. It happened at Valley Forge, during the time of the greatest peril for the revolutionary cause It was the first night of Chanuka. A Jewish soldier wanted to light the first candle, but he [eared it would attract too much attention. He waited until his comrades in arms were all fast asleep. Candle of Freedom Then, when he was alone with the darkness, cold and hungry, he inserted the flickering candle into the Menorah he had brought with him from his father's house in Poland. Just then, he felt someone's hand rest gently on his shoulder. When he looked up he saw that it was Gen. Washington himself. Apparently he had noticed the flickering light inside the tiny hut, and decided to see what it was. "What is that?" Gen. Washington asked. The soldier explained that it was a Menorah, ar.d that Jews all over the world were kindling the first of eight candles in celebration of the Maccabees' victory over the Syrians. Gen. Washington stared at the tiny tlame and said. "You are a Jew. a descendant of the prophets." "Yes sir." the soldier agreed. "And you will lead the American army to victory in this fight, just as Judah Maccabee led us to victory in those days. Then all of us will build a new land and new lives in this country.'" Gen. Washington did not say any more. He simply shook the soldier's hand and left. Time passed, and the war took its course just as the young Jewish soldier said it would. The next \ear. in 1778 the young Jew was sitting in his house on Broome St., In New York It was firs! night of chanuka. and a candle was flickering in the window. Then he heard a knock on the door It was Gen Washington, who promptly entered arc! said: •There i^ the wonderful candle—the symbol of the home of Israel." Once again he put his hand on the ex-serviceman's shoulder, and said: Thi* candle kindled a light in my heart that night. Now you are going to receive a medal as one ot the 'hcoes Of Vallej Forge. Tonight. I want you to accept this gold medallion." The ex-serviceman could barely utter a word and. before he realized it Gen Washington was gone. When he examined the coin, he found that bore a skillful inscription of a menorah an I the ,ords: "In gratitude for the light given forth by the candle of freedom."



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He is gi content with even the sk i] I number ol bones if only he wore certain they were both the real and the right bones, and proDeri) belonged to the animal in question. The animal in question is the American Jew. For Jewish fiction-makers the American .lew Ins become an almost unbearable dilemma They don't feel up to han lling him. lie is a composite of too many self-excluding variables, they say, and the variables are in persistent conflict with each other be>ides The fiction maker-, also claim that the American Jew is in fact N divisive. so split inwardly and outwardly, that any attempt to characterize him is doomed from the start to end in dissatisfaction and inadequacy. Boiled down, what the novelists arc in fact saying is that the American Jew is unfit to the purposes of serious fiction. Not a Simple Gam* What actual justification exists for this assertion? There is no justification whatever for the complaint of the fiction makers that the inclusive personality of the American Jew is simply too inordinate and indefinable to be rendered under the norms of ordinary novelizing Neither i> there any justification for the complaint that if the writer deals with one aspect ol this nebulous American Jewish personality then he must neglect other aspects of character that may he equally as meaningful. Admittedly a •problem" exists. Onewould think that the very gist of the problem should inspire the American Jewish fiction maker to something loftier than a continual whining about how impossible it is to translate the American T10US. -hat Jewish imare into words If a man like can treat so successfully the pervasive inn; p*-rnie..tes the South, and win the \. for ooing it. then surely some Ami writer oiuht at least to do likewise on his own constituents. Or is it that oobo yet arrived <;' ite tfl to the B( menf I am in fact in utter lympath) i'l rrs who can't quite seem to get the Je .,:h i i r. all) deeply appreclati ; lexitj Involved. I don't mock the cum n< -of Hitask. What is hard in it hanun i asons Hut I also contend that tl for the difficulty are not particularly m Anyone reading this publication knows they arc Everyone knows absolutely \ trouble i even if writing a novel a the last thing that ever entered one's he I hope however that I haven't gnei i m pression that the eternal see-saw game ". iron" by the historic Jew was so simple a pair.not to create r eternal bafflement What was | ,i.i> agony, always, If now in the year of 1982 the Jewish writer iconfused and in parah -... he has a right to IK-. The Jew is a perpet\.. Duad. To the degree that his Cod is One. the Jev. is Two. Mow could it be otherwise? If One were BO unship One the worship would be ine.mingle • The Jew is the continual embodiment of ptrttoal schizophrenia He i< always what he is not That's his imposed destiny. He is always in reverse reflection to himself It's what accounts (Of that anguish of his Bui '.hen. how can one den) the suspicion that the Duad the Jew bears In himsell and the Duad history lias impost I on • m not indeed the verj evidences ol lui actual ur .gated Oneness? of course, novettsta, even Jewish ones, nurtured on the gross materials tics f th.twentieth century can'l quite be expected i envision the subtlety of the dialectic lavolvcd. They have no mini! for the mysteries. And who has no mind for these can hardly be expected 10 see in the contemporary Jew anything bu the re flection of his own unutterable c infusion. At any rate it could do our unhappy J* sh writes* no HAPPY CHANUKA from ART'S 9rh ST. 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Page 2-B fjenifti fk>r*'dHaf> Friday, December 21. 19 Former coordinators of the Bock Review series Stein, reviewer, and Mrs. Jack Katzman, rressponsored annually by the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah are honored at the first of the current season's reviews at the Alaiers Hotel. Seated (19ft to riqht) are Mesdames Morris A'pert. Sol Leslie, Miss Lillian Goodman, present chapter president. Mrs. I. M. Weinent chairman. Standinq ('eft to riqht) are Mesdcmes Ray Rosenberg, Harry Platoff, co-chairman since the series was launched 14 years ago, Philip Thau, Morris Golden, and Fred Jonas. Birthdays Will Be Celebrated Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Hume for the Aged, will hold its next monthly birthci.i> party al Douglas Gardens on lay, 2 p m.. In conjunction with the observance of Chanuka. Mrs Lawrence Silverman, Auxilpn ?ident, will give the mess1 : '-• elc ime. Mrs S Sill erman, Auxiliary honor a rj president will pr es ent birthd a y-Chanuka In addition to honoring residents' birthdays for the month of December, special honors ill be t 1 Mrs Isidor Cohen, miami pion1 %  and i< undi r ol the Home, w hi will celebrate her 8.">th birthdaj Dec. 25. Mr.-. Cohen'-, daughter, Mrs. Sydnew Weintraub, has been a leader of many projects locally and nationally. Mrs Cohen is still acactive in the Jewish Home. Mrs. Alice Frankel. who celebrated her 85th birthday on November 11. will also be honored. Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program chairman. Miss Patsy Abbott, wellknown entertainer, will perform. have some happiness for dinner tonight Have some real old-fashioned tasting Kasha for dinner... and hear the family cheer! Remember how deep-down good Grandma's Kasha used to 'Do you wonder how she made it? Look on the WOIFF'S KASHA package. Just follow the economical directions. It's as easy as beating an egg and chopping an onion ..to put taste happiness on the taDle tonight. THAT'S THE MAGIC OF KASHA! KASHA UvwtiM. nutritious Brown Buckwheat Groali. Alto enjoy Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits) Kasha 'N' Gravy, Kasha Soup. MB KASHA COOKBOOK! Just address request to: Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yen, N. Y. Temple Menoiuh's PTA members meet with Herzl Honor, director of the Religious School, to plan the "Gieen Stamps for a Bus" campaign now under way to obtain 1,058 books of Green Stamps for a new school bus. Left to right are Mrs. Charles Lipkins. chairman of the Green Stamps committee, Mrs. Sigmund Berlant. Honor, and Mrs. Paul Millman. Temple Israel Review Series Sisterhood of Temple Israel announces plans lor_its third journal book rv\ it A series to be pre! e by l>r Joseph R. Nan • The series "ill inclu le three reviews jan 2. with si rii 1 lickel h 1 ders en i.ilcd to bring 1 si .it no extra i harge. to the tain* p, ( •youth Fun I Dr. V; rot's 11 st 1 • • Jan -"-'. wiH be Philip Roth's controversial book, "Lettini 11 al 10 30 a.m., ::: Wnlf-i'M AUOitOrUim. Mrs Jesse I asselhoff and Mrs Lewis Serbin are co-chairmen; Mrs Jesse Vola tickets; Mrs Herbert Levy, publicity; Mrs Sam Rabin, refreshments, New Year's ct Emanu-EI Dr, and Mrs In ing Lehrman an Mr and Mrs Jo ph M Lap ti n hea I s lisl ol more than 70 rempie Emanu El 1 ouples ho .il have ma Ii 11 sen .'t %  ns for Ihe co! .1 %  ati nal dinni r dance New Year's Eve at the Deauvillc I 1 !>> the Tet p %  I El Brotherhood, "the I put id of lu 0 3 Spec! ol thi M hich ill I nnei club cntert ind .1 %  1".:.. >•: rectors ol the conhea b> Lipton, 01 tin' Sisterhood, headi 1 I j Mrs dstein, are working with berhood 01 I he fete. Reservations maj —tall be made at the Temple office CERTIFIED KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX is used In over 3 I as tr 1 comes as 1 has new r out stubborn food st s In secon. greasy t marks, n< I end bleainew Ajax. Product of Colgate-Palmolivij fcm 1 1 %  — 'I Running the Torch of Freedom Each year at Hanukkah, a burning torch is carried from the ancient town of Modiin to Jerusalem by several hundred relay runners. Here you see the start of the run (near Lod airport) where Mattathias started the rebellion against Anti ochus. Here his son Simon built an elaborate family Mausoleum, the remains of which still survive for visitors to view. The distance to Jerusalem is abo-.it 30 miles where the President of Israel awaits to receive the Tcrch ot Freedom. Sipping Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's richest coffee The secret is aged coffee beans. To the most expensive blend of green coffees Yuban adds rare, aged coffee beans—for deep, dark, delicious flavor. The Simcha Coffee



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Page 14-D knit* fkiktour, Friday, December 21, 1962 WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conrprtsl WKAT-FM There is only one WELCOME WAGON 30 years of experience fostering good will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 84994 The Heritage of the Maccabee Victory Continued from Paje 4-D ;,!•) a half million Jews are denied elementarj religious freedoms; where so many synagogues have been closed) ted no permission has been given for the erection <-f new ones, that in many cities with considerable Jewish populations Jews have no place to go to worship their Cod in their own way; where the home manufacture or importation of Jewish religious articles or foods such as matzohs are forbidden by the Government; and where the teaching of the Hebrew language, the language of the Jew ish religion, is taboo. Protest Russian Attitude And together with religious freedom, the cultural freedom of a secular nationality is also denied to Jews in Soviet Russia. No recognition is given by the Communists to the Yiddish language, the language which a half-million Soviet Jews still speak, even by the Communists' own stallstits No Yiddish books are pub lished, 00 newspaper-, only one Yiddish bimonthly magazine with a circulation of 21.000, hardly any schools where the Yiddish language is taught. We in the democratic world, who live outside the Communist iron Curtain, have protested against this denial of freedom to Soviet Jewry, and will continue to protest as long atli< Russian Government will continue '.ins i Ucj ol repression. We -hall continue to hope lhat out pro U-.-t.s will eventually bear fruit. In the independent State of Israel, today, there is no struggle lor religious freedom against some external power which would suppress that freedom, though there are internal religious con flicts which flare Up from tune HOLIDAY GREETINGS from BINDER UAIJIWI.X South Florida's Authorized Piano and Organ Dealer 1845 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 1-8662 GREETINGS II. I III All! Hval I slal< NEW PHONE FR 1-0767 1016 NW 15fh STREET Miami, Florida Wishing All Our Friends HAPPY HOLIDAYS IHI vtii: pit or i urn s INC 1451 EAST 10th AVE. Hialeah TU 5-3831 Louis Alweiss — Harold Sehrs TO ALL GREETINGS BROWNIE'S i: \itru si snor EXPERT HAIRCUTTING 6207 NW 22nd AVENUE Ph. 691-0401 Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof (left), spiritual leader of Rodeph Shalom Temple of Pittsburgh for 30 years, delivered the principal address at the annual dinner of the Synagogue Council of America recently in New York City. Judge Samuel I. Rosenman (right), advisor to Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman, presented the Synagogue Statesman Awards to Adm. Lewis L. Strauss, Herbert Tenzer and Joseph S. Wohl "for outstanding service to Judaism." • to time, conflicts in which the nun Orthodox accuse the Orthodox of exercising too much heg> many over Israeli life and of limiting the religious freedom of the non Orthodox These conflicts, understandable in the light ol Jewish historic evolution, do not however endanger the existence Of the Jewish State But as far as Us political independence is concerned, Israel today, almost fifteen yean alter it came into being, must still maintain a crushing burd :•• "l armaments to defend itself against hostile Arab neighbc states that still proclaim then intention of de-li i.i.r It fa technically at war "::h the-e Arab states, though an armisUO is being enforced .?nd ithorrtm at present an quiet. Hut Nrad never can tell when wai maj flare up again BBd it may have to fight for its -ry life. And so. at th.time rfcar.'iuj when we light am* Candles for eight days and celebrate the ancient Jewish -r egle lor reli-1 gious and political freedom hie* I ended victoriously for the Jwt, we might bear .:mind Uwt the Jewish Straggle '-' roUgioui ani while Israel haachieved poi*> I cal independence is a member | of the United Nations and mail tains all the appuptenano sovereign stat> •hat ii ence is not tak n tor grant"


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?-ge 8-A +Jewlsi>ncrMiar Friday. December 21, 1951 Israel Presses for Peace Talks Now ") 'illiam Fan. of Farr Tours Travel Agents. Miami Beach, ants a tree in a iorest in the Galilee. Israel. The forest was i -tablished by the Israel Government Tourist Corporation in %  onor of the American Society of Travel Agents, whose mem. 9rs have contributed to the development of tourism to Israel. nrr visited Israel recently on an educational tour sponsored / Trans-World Airlines in cooperation with the Israel Gov* nment Tourist Corporation. Temple Menorah Music Festival n elaborate "Music Festival" 1 highlight the Ch.inuka week ebration at Temple Menorah on ldny. 8.1") p.m., in the Temple's ul Hall, according to an an:.cement by Maurice RevitZ. -ident n addition to Cantor Edward in and choir, who will kindle Menorah Candelabra with tralor.al hymn;, the Music Festival .1 present Miss Joyce Farbcr, oralura ><>prano of the Miami .ch Civic Orchestra. Mis Farr will offer a program of poptilight classical selections. iesdames Lillian and Suki XelI. well-known musicians in the -3. will comprise a threesome with Judge Theodore Nelson and sing a medley of songs entitled "In the Spirit of the Maccabees."' In ihelr s.mg and dialogue, the Nelsons will recreate and reinterpret ihe tradition;)! story of Chanuka and place it in the modern spirit ol todny. A duct consisting of David and Jonathan Tcnnen will present modern folk music. Following the regular meeting of the Temple and the musical program, traditional Chanuka dishes will be served. Al Sherman will serve as toastmastcr of the evening, and Nathaniel Ghckman will conduct the Temple's business meeting. Continued frm Paf 1-A by Saudi Arabia's King Feisal A number of delegates, including Arabs embarrassed by his volatile speeches stirring anti-Semitism and endorsing the neo-Nazi Tacuara movement of Argentina, had asked King Feisal to take him away from the already highly charged IN scene. Shukairy said before he left, however, that he expects to be back here, possibly as the representative of Syria. Known as one who has been hired by several Arab governments previously—including Jordan and Syria-Shukairy assured friends. I'll return." The Special Political Committee has before it three separate resolutions: 1 The 21-member draft seeking peace talks between the Arab states and Israel: 2. A proArab resolution, requesting the appointment of a UN custodian over Arab property in Israel; and 3. An American resolution, extending for two years after next June 30. until June 30. 1965. the expiring man date of the UN Relief and WorkAgency for Palestine Refugees. Comay's intervention came after Jordan pleaded for the custodianship and unbraided the U.S.A. for not going far enough in backing the Arab claims against Israel. Then came John D. L. Hood, of Australia. He rejected both the custodianship resolution sparked by the Arabs and the peace talks endorsed by Israel, saying that peace negotiations now would be "inopportune" and "impracticable." Comay. however, told the committee that the only hope for a ( solution of not only the refugeeproblem but of all issues outstanding between Israel and the hostile Arab statelies in negotiations. He retailed thai Israel and Arab> had already engaged In negotiations when 'hey completed 'armistice agreements In 19I9. He noted thai the Palestine Conciliation Commission, a body which reports to tin-verj committee, hau informed the committee three years ago that, in conleriag i solution of the refuuee probtea the UN must take into accou it tht (act that' a settlement "would i n volve important commit • %  • t, Israel "At any rat< the I-. al( j "as far as the Governmi | j, rael is concerned it can i attitude and polity on : question onlj with regai t„ uic situation ;i%  t b k uation inclu es th its [• %  %  In--,' .,:; I-: ael .i: neighbors x &v* Q/f mt dk m f r BUaaat H KMB— Complete Catartafl ffr sWSM a# tl Special Party eefved In superb IsirUaa within a kuuirtewe •etUn thai will refloat yeur aood ttitt. CONTWaMTtOaM e mtCEPTIOfta • WEBOfNQe ANOOCTS • sacmMoa • PAsmn %  iiaaei EAUVILLE BILL aOLOfUMO. Iiewtlve f* OirdM ON THE OCEAN AT 07lh STPJEET. 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Fiidcy. December 21. 1962 *MmWh fkrkfton Gen. Allenby Was a Modern Maccabee Ey ANITA ENGLE Allenby captured J< r ia1en ago this D cember, the highlight ol one oi : -i bnlli.il i and dei is ol hbc First Word V\ i mparison %  Mh .'-.-'- Ji the a*i \ u %  into : %  111 • OQ jrear befon eipeci llj %  %  i BN \ ri %  u ted I cant i i p time too Palest]n< was From the grip • >' %  a harsh iad alien powi-r which had imiti empire "n the Middle And the v. ay w :i now open national liberation which h people had pi aj ed for. .'.• v ;i> rather l< entl • out this aspect ol the \ ;< •.. r, .iu(hih Maccabeus I • %  < touch of the miracul not lacking at li us mi lary associates, ii" were I thi imperturable ;iihh v hkh Allenbj plancar.!. I out his daring Victory Assured Gen AHenby's mark i ,-;-.ileristics %  • as !"> capac• gauging the fighting q hi.enemy." wrote the %  : %  .. ..n Commander of the King Desert Mourt* d Corps, iv < o' Preeton "He se< med to by instinct, flie nun mum I trcei necessary to hold iiy c. :ntenhrust that might be made Ljvit'icc 01 Arabia was in the hen a plane from Pale nn< • |, fil. bi Inging "the amai ing chroi '•'•:• %  of Allenby's As ho writes in S :.-inoed on Page 13 D tel. FR 4-2883 COLOMBIA J i:\YHIMY Rrr 306 Professional Bldg. 1 6 NE 2nd AVENUE Miami, Florida o G GREETINGS It I -.ITS i leaner** & l^iuiiflry AK-ations Neatly Done P ct Jp & Delivery Servire 419 NW 20fh STREET Miami Florida Phone 371-9307 APPY HOLIDAYS A. A II. MOTORS GOOD USID CARS k-ASONASLE PRICES 27(1 NW 58th STUEET Cc-norof NW 27th Ave. NE 4-2018 LI HAPPY HOLIDAYS JOFS nut it i it SHOP 3 :• i rs if No Waiting iditioned — Manicurist 1351 GALIANO ST. Off Miracle Mile) Ph. 444-9247 Department of Defense %  j THIS CERTIFICATE IN Awarded THE COMMISSION ON JEWISH CHAPLAJNO' Of THE NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE BOARD 1 i % %  • %  %  %  %  %  tto, %  |M i tu tii %  %  %  ON, jUt *4 U~^ft Chcinuka is about Jewish military heroism, among other things. In our own time. f">r "outstending service rendered to the Department of Defense,' the department recently presented this citation to the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Jewish Welfare Board. The citation praises the JWB Commission's work in th<= procurement of Jewi~h Chaplains for the Army, Navy and Air Force" and in "providing information, counsel and assistance to the Armd Forces Chaplains Board concemina chaplains and other Jewish personnel in the Armed Forces.'' GREETINGS Phone MU 1-3432 W!LSON HARTHARDWARE Piumbmg, Electrical, Paints, Roofing & Building Sup| 1228 OPA-LOCKA BLVD. Opa-Lock?, Florida GREETINGS SAM'S SABAL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE GARAGE AUTO REPAIRS Standard Oil Products Quality Products & Service 174 NE 54th STREET 5390 NE 2nd AVENUE TO ALL GREETINGS RANGE FUNERAL HOME 5727 NW 17th AVENUE OX 1-4343 GREETINGS MARDI GRAS COFFEE SHOP JUST GOOD FOOD Reasonable Pr 3400 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 3-9561 HOLIDAY GREETINGS A eft .1 s i: it v i c i: Lawnmower Sales & Service Authorized Briggs & Stratfon, Clinton Engines, Service Dealer 6386 S.W. 8th St. Phono MO 1-8979 HAPPY HOLIDAYS GLOBE PARCEL SERVICE INC. Your Gift Parrel Seat to All Parts of USSR. 2210 SW 36th STREET Jf PHONES • TU 8-5758 633-3813 HOLIDAY GREETINGS BAKER'S CARPET CO., INC. 120 N.W. 25th St. Ph. 635-0902 John A. Baker, President Gr.JttMiami's Oldel la>9 Holiday Greetings Josefs Pcstry Shop Winner of Island two 2nd Silver Medals in the Culinary Art Show at MB. Auditorium I960 1098 Normandy Dr., M.B. Page 5-D (— manuka ^freetings to the Jewish Km-rommunitu M&M CAFETERIAS, INC. To All — A Most Happy Chanuka W. VALENTINE COMPANY WHOLESALE ONLY Phone FR 3-4601 TO ALL GREETINGS FIVE POINT PAINT & HARDWARE STORE QUALITY PAINTS BRUSHES COME IN BROWSE AROUND 15,000 ITEMS OF HARDWARE 1264 Coral Way FR 4-6441 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNIVERSITY CABS CORAL GABLES Phone HI 4-1616 GREETINGS. Tropical Typewriter Service 2135 Ponce De leon Blvd. (Display Room) 3144 Coral Wy (Service Dept.) Phone HI '-OSM TYPEWRITERS—ADDING MACHINES—CHECK PROTECTORS DESKS-SAFES-CHAIRS-FILING CABINETS "We Service What We Sell" ••• HI •4156 CHANUKA GREETINGS III \IIY & SMITH REALTORS H. N. HENRY MARK A. SMITH 407 LINCOLN ROAD, M.B. Ph. JE 1-7331 BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO. 9265 S. DIXIE HWY. Ph. MO 7-6461 Specializing in Acreage, Homes, Business Property in So. Dade HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL LEES LAWN MOWER CENTER Sales Rentals Repairs New & Used Mowers 370 N.E. 167th STREET Po~> WI S" 9262 HOLIDAY GREETINGS LUCILLE R. BRUNNER REALTOR 16349 W. Dixie Hwy. WI 7-2567 HAPPY HOLIDAYS SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO 251 NW. 22nd LANE Phone FR 1-4603 Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends and Patrons COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLY CO. 54 Southwert Sixth Street Telephone FR 4-6444



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Pag IB-A Jen / */ FfrrkJi&r) Friday. December 2'. Aramco Gives Up New York Battle By Special Report NEW YORK—The >ix year legal batile of the American Jewish Congreszzairst the employment agreed to obey an order by the Holier, chairman of the national! State Omrffissiofl for FTumar. Governing Coundfl of the American | Rights io stop discriminating cgain.-t Jewish job applicantTin agreement was contained in policies of the Arabian American a stipulation entered into by Aram Oil Co. ended here when Aramco co, the American Jewish Coni withdrew its court appeal and and the State Commission. Shad Ole Massa Ellender By MAX LERNER Jewish Congress, and chief coun-, %  l lor the organ cation in the ci te, hailed the agre< menl aa a "major victory m the fight for equality for all our citizens Under the terms ol the stipul ition, Arami • Waived any right ts contest the decis : on harded down last September by the Commission, which found ihe oil company hai illegally queslioned job applicants on Iheir religion and had refused to hire Jews for its offices in New York City or its oilfield operations in Saudi Arabia. • Waived any right to challenge ibe validity of the Commission's er requiring it to cease and deWhen the Ecomm of the National Security Council can't keep its st from its JJ^mtotory prjcsecret deliberations to itself, how can e expect Allan Ellender to Ucei and to take c affirm %  keep bis thoughts to himselfSen. Ellender is not a man with a passion t.vc acts to win, out in< eltect for anonymity. He has vowed publicly to visit every last obscure corner P Olscrimtnauon of the world' and he has probablv vowed privately to bring to the be• Withdrew its application to nighted inhabitants of every last corner his personal view, of their Ihe New York Supreme Court 101 character and intelligence. a Ofder annulling the CommissSen. Ellender's crusade has now come a cropper because -ome ion s decision, things he said in Rhodesia, in a White Supremacy stronghold of Africa. For its part, the State pommi s have been declared anathema in Black Africa. After traveling through ion withdrew its countdp-applicamost of Africa .said Ellender) he had not seen any country where the :jn n for a court order enforcing African population was ready for self-government or had "made the the decision At the same time, least bit of progress on their own" without ai.i from the whites however, the Commission reserved, • • • the nyht to apply to the court for These honeyed comments on the host nations of the continent an enforcement order if. at any through which he was traveling failed not too surprisingly to endear time in the future, it deems Aramhim to their leader-hip. Uganda told Ellender to please stay awaj co guilt} ot further discrimnation. from its door and to just keep rolling along. Tangan\ika. which couldn't get the message to him fast enough to prevent his landing, told h:m to take himself right off in double-quick. Can Ole Massa Ellender possibly be surprised at these compliments? If he is he is more naive than I take him to be. He marc them in Salisbury, the capital of the embattled white settlers of Rhodesia. who feel themselves beleaguered amidst the hostile black population, Such an order would be enforce able bj conti mpt proceedings. In a statement for the Congress, Toiler said the agreement "com pletely upheld the American Jewish Congress' charges, ur.-t made in August, I9jfi. that Aramco's emand have vowed to fight to the end to keep the wave oi black national ploymenl practices had become the ism from overwhelming them. Ellender may well believe the pseudo-scientific "proof.-" of Negro inferiority which Carleton Putnam has recently been circulating. Or he may have been moved to take his stand along>ide Roy Welensfcy and his cohorts, who regard MacMillan as a dangerous radical and have made common cause with the South African regime. In either event, while his comments enrages the African leaders. Should experience unhappily prove they probably did Ellender no political harm in his own Louisiana. to the contrary, the America! If this were only a private adventure of Ellender's, as the sweatJewish Congress ing, groaning, moaning State Department officials have said, one press for might lau;;h it off as part of his education and something for those voluminous diary-reports of his travels which he submits to bis fellowSenators. But Mennen Williams in Washington. Adlai Steven-on at the UN, and a new breed of American diplomat in Africa have worked hard to shape a new picture of America in the minds of the Africans. Now part of that work has been undone by a man who was not empowered to speak for America, but who intervened in something where he had no business to intervene—an internal Struggle within Africa which itoday's harvest of the old hatreds an.: injustices. most notorious example "f violation of the New York fair employ rin in law." He continued It is 10 be hoped that today's settlement will mark the end 01 .Aramco's anti-Jewish policies. Ellender has been saying his say about the Africans repeatedly in his privileged sanctuary of the Senate. No state banned his presence. Perhaps it gave him pause when he discovered that the black men in Africa now have their own heads of state, their own soil and sovereignty. Nor can Ellender himsclfc as a champion of unlimited national sovereignty, complain much when that sovereignty is exvr cised to slam the doors in hi.s face. I don't suppose there is any way to keep influential Senators like Ellender from sandblasting American prestige right across the African continent—no party discipline they will acknowledge, no code of restraint they will observe. 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' *3fewish Fknidian Miami, Florida. Friday. December 21, 1962 Section D *^ tfow r/,c JIL-cdcc "Victor CLngJ tL -ad Ant.ochus won. Judaism would have been ated. And, had Judaism been annihilated, no Chrtettaltlty, which was horn out of Judaism, coo d have ar.sen a couple of centuries later had the Maccabean revolt been crushed, instead of having emerged victorious, the whole course of human history would have been altered. Anc so the Maccabean revolt became a turn.ng po.r history and is recognized as such even in the I ous calendar of the Roman Catholics No matter how bitter may have been the religious struggles between the Pharisees and Sadducees following the Maccabean revolt, the Jews were aga-n free to practice their religion and to elo pi, m accordance with changed conditions. curse o f i^jTistoru It gave the Pharisees, who became the dominant force in Judaism, though they had to fight for ascendency, a chance to preserve and even strengthen the Jewish religion through a developing Oral Law constantly interpreting and reinterpreting the Written Law of the Hebrew Bible. It saved the Talmud for future ages. • ;!:, HEWTACI 01 ml MACCABE. VICTOR1 P*. I'D.



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T Friday, December 21, 1962 Evening of Elegance at Mt. Sinai Jubilee Ball in Diplomat Hotel Jenistithi Hktn Ml. final Hospitals Jubilee Ball, h, !il last Saturday at the Diplomat II ,| proved to be-an evening i legance. itifiilly-fiowned women ami their escorts began arriving at 7 for the before-dinner cocktail party. The formal dinner held in Lcs \ basMdeuri Room preceded the warm and winning showmanship of Martin. Another highlight ol thi rvening was the presentation ,.f the 52 day "Around the World'' cnn-e to Alfred II Daniels, pres. of Burdinea Department Stores. 1 ii $50 a plate affair, the proa of which will he used to the hospital in maintaining tandards of patient care, mraa %  • % %  (led by 750 gue-ts. including •i.il and civic leaden of the unity, c \eni featured the announce; eight new founders, eonrs of a minimum of $50,000 hospital. They are. Louis K --.it Mrs. Sam Priedland. asil Heatter, Mrs. Leon Lo Sam Luby, Mrs Baron dc ileyer, Mrs Max Orovitz, • Sam 11 Roat, Why Pay More! Mrs. I.ila I!ealt3r receives her Founders Plaque at Mt. Sinai Hospital's Jubilee Ball last Saturday. KREPLACH SDT Annual Holiday Luncheon ii! holiday luncheen of SigEden Roc Hotel on Saturday, Dec a Tau M he held at the :u The national sorority has over lit \#oil 1 I Vc f> lu chapters throughout the coun% %  J+J+A MlVw try, and membera at the University ol Miami will aaaial with the pro gran Of the day. New officers of the Alumnae League will be installed. Mrs. Marvin Mritus will be president. ; It her officers include Miss Roberta Laner, Miss Carol Schnis. Mrs. Charles Cordon, Mrs. George Ja ubson, an I Mrs. Steve Broudy. Mrs, Charles Peatinger is chairman ol ( the day. Chapters at the Universities ol Miami. Alabama, Georgia, and Sophie Newcomb are expected to have prominent chapter representation National officers and board members living m the area are Mrs. Morton Grant, Mrs. Philip L fko Mi Emanuel Goldstrich, and ;. tnt, Mfr i SAVE CASH PLUS TRIPLE S BLUE STAMPS! Page 5-E FROM YOUR GRAND UNION AND GRANDWAY STORES CHANUKA is joyous holiday, ar.d all of us af Grand Union'Grandway join in wishing that you enjoy this festive occasion. It is our pleasure to serve you for your Chanuka nee^s, and every day throughout the year. fcaviol' IN SAUCC Cornish Roasters LARGE, SIIVIR MOUNTAIN Govt't. Insp. — Quick Frozen 0 & D Ave. Weight 4 to 5 IBS. 49 LB. Chuck Steaks U. S. CHOICE LEAN & MEATY 59 IB. Israelite Center Chanuka Party Cross Rib Roast Butter BONELESS U. S. CHOICE SHOULDER RCYAL B3AND GRADI AA Limit ol 1 Will! Your S5 or More Or.l.r on I'd there You'll love M CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by tuned Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender Sttle macaroni pies...filled with tengy Italian Cheese...aimmered *'•• savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and •asier than the frozen kind. So touch thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per serving I he a • hanuka latke celebration. [ 1st aelitc Center l" School ill be quests The Dora St( in Sisterhood will serve traditional latkes as refreshments. The program will featun an ori mal Chanuka comedy, written %  | j Rabbi Morton dalavsk) ii collaboration with the ly, nulled "Chanuka Wish Mash." Participating in the casl will be Hebrew and Sunda> School [acuities and the co-chairmen ol the board of ed ication, Holiday Dance Monday young VdiiM Friends of Israel Mill hold a holidaj dance on Monday evening in the Morocco Room .,i the Casablanca Hotel Festivities begin a) B 30 p.m and are open to single adult! bel teen 2fl and ..•'' Canada Dry TRUE FRUIT FLAVORS LARGE 28 0Z. BTl. Plus Deposit 10 Vege-MATZO NEW MAN:SCHEWITZ 10 0Z. PKG. 37 § TETLEY TEA INSTANT OR IN BAGS Whipped Temptee L'Koved Wine BREAKSTONE 8 OZ. SIZE 33 FIFTH 89 Sardines EMPRESS IMPORTED SKINLESS-BONELESS 4 m oz. CANS 99 NEW '•EN Ictd (•• % %  '<> %  • alw. Tetley has that full, wonder, ful "tiny little tea Uaf flavor Rokeach Nyafat Grapes Apples 19 CZ. SZE 79 CR SP, CRUNCHY RED EMPEROR 2 LBS. 29 FANCY, RIO CCLCIOJS 2 Chestnuts IMPORTED ITALAN~ROAS:;NG PBifES EFFECTIVE THROUGH


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Pace 8-B ^^flrr*W Friday. December V.ildH G. Brilifl Cooking Corner a Continued from Pg 1-8 spend her everur.z M ttcrve. is to beg or borro a Then .ally the bwbands who low a flapjack, that thej may bake their o-*n if par.cak' t. hi of warn cream. ; BOd b -••t-r and jam plac r:.-.r,g room table r r al tat'.'"' ,h n v .th the ^!' "r iuce Refrigerator 'active that the arr. • r? may CHANUKA LATKE PARTY Appetner Course %  Pancake Course tter and Co; Dessert refrigeratoi alee Cheeso Pancakes • i l %  • %  ir. and hi.k:er and stir irto the only enough to bate: >' '" aaelt one tabteaarvo -e shortening Baa* hatf the %  :-. wag a 1-t emp me: each took until the : *acn pancake looks dry. and fora:e a rh brtrwo. over and complete Ue oakMelt .he remaining shortened bake the rest of the panin this. Serre *ith syrup ,r mat cream This amount roakei abou:4 large pancake; Buckwhet Latfcet [MHdaajl 1 yeast cake or 1 eove*OfM • ,i-t 2 cupbuckwheat flour ; • _ar elted buti • be milk r. : • east u %  • ; nd for rm plac F Thirty minuteb" %  and remaining fl"ur Heal tin maining milk I iki i u n i d stir radually. Beat the egf unites -iiii and lolil in Cover the v f for •i-,. 30 minuteThe mix! ire will • should rue rj hl h lableapoon of ler for each p ancake bake ., ho-, tightly -— i over medium .• %  • al .. rilled bubble* and bra n. Servi •n. jam. or syrup an Applesauce Refrigerator Pudding 4 CUJ ck,r crun &f -3 txv 4 eggs. *eoraea %  i^i cans sweetened conoeaisefl aaflk 1 cop? earned appiesaoce 2 i*biespooo4 gr;c: keaaoa nad. Coaabme the emmbjbuiiiaaat %  la a tapBrake nusng Bovi heat the e?e toafc* antil iiaht ami thick, ar.d add the condensed wiilk. apple *s ace lemon joie* ar moo nnd aVit Mm egg white-i aod foid %  to -he appieaaue*r-:\ture Ar MK alternate layer i crumb and apo*eauce BBztore in a Urge dessert bowl or :2 indmr ja : dessert glaaae* Begu Bad end *:th the emmbChill the podriir.z for at least • The am* • For a email number half the recipe CATERING TO SPECIAL PARTIES AND 09GANIZAWMS Xjf*£{?B|t ous SPECIALTY! 111 o/' "u CHEF RONNIE AT THE BROILER Seoia, Steeks. Ckaoa. Um*~4 -• •*? k %  *? k ST '" '* CKit„l Moer D*/y 4 I C*mpl,r~*frj Marl *0~yr,i LUNCH SERVED DAILY from S5< TOM TUl!$ Ow.*r HIMtT HfYll. Mcitre A MOttIS P1KEN W,,. 3622 Coral Way Phone HI 4-2979 Holiday Greetings HARVEST HOUSE CAFETERIA N.W. 79th ST. & 27th AVE. Miami OX 1-7631 $fASGM'S GRATINGS Dine in An Old World Atmosphere at the PINE TREE INN GERMAN AMERICAN CUISINE We Cater te Parties (Moderote Prices) Air Conditioned 2441 S.W. 37th AVE. Phone HI 6-6480 4 Blocks South of Miracle Mile ^W^WV^-'W^V^'W* ^w^c^^. LAGOON RESTAURANT AND BAR Finest Steak — C/iops — Sen Food Choice Liquors — Wines — Beer 488 SUNNY ISLES BLVD. (163rd St.) Since 1949 at the Bridge Phone North Dade Wl 7-6661 Miami Beach, Florida KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • T'J 8-4521 ART "RUNS Co Own.f & ou ib POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT AND GARDENS AMERICA'S NEWEST. MOST FABULOUS DINING SHOW PUCE h olso serving FINE LIQUORS JajtwiUL Jan.... CHARCOAL BROILED CORNISH HENS a Si STEAKS LAMB CHOPS •& CHICKEN Mill IH'IO POTlTI tin eoMoiiionto i Leo Adeeb Jim Cerniflia FHONI CE 5-0123 Victor Bidone's SPECIAL HOLIDAY nerc t.tjance in 0in'tn^ s A Tr.rfl/ •• 1045 -95th Street Bay Harbor Island RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 OPEN .— 4:00 P.M. to 10 P.M SUNDAY ... T^Mnon to TOPM A*.DALE, tiJ,-. Ph. HOLLYWOOD Bi WA ?-7J2'' %  ML,£l. RESTAURANT Miami"m wlrtiMrt"' iKlHi/t / ARABIC AND ORIENTAL FOODS BUSINESS MEN'S LUMCHION • Free Parking • Air Conditio • Boor Wines, Champagne 524 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-9181 MIAMI, FLA. BmnajaBjajBjjBjBjMJU5saaBBjBjBjaBjB^^ ALWAYS THE UNEXPECTED AT Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant THE COUNTRY STORE LUNCHEON DINNER 11 30-3:00 P.M. 6:0010:00 P.M. SUNDAY MIDDAY — 6:00 P;M. (CLOSED MONDAY) RAY WHEATLEY DON ROBINSON 2880 FLORIDA AVE. HI 4-3045 (1 Block Off Grand Ave. Naar P.O.) CORALREEf PR 467AVE sw. OPCH £V£#VOAY I70.N.II|,5ST. I ,AMT7*X. T SI K 4.26SJ



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Friday. December 21, 1962 an*P Judear. forces, led by the redoubtable Jodah Maccabec ayd his four brotSTv seemed to have rary a chance to stand off the ^g;l live on their feet than die on their knees. To do this th-y had to be inspired to incredible heights of intrepid it) by the c i se which enlisted their efforts. \ictoriou-. the Judeans pro(fldaJCl to clein-e the temple. A legend has i| thai the amount oi OIJ avajlab e to kindle the Bw rnal Light in the sanctuary • iOUgl 01 I) one day, but nlously endured lor eight The !• it nd is .! dramatic i: saying thai a good cause ; at t.r-b) few, will win aucaaented nport if sealousl) pecaned. Tie lv>ii -. with an additional taper lit in the holiday candle%  bruin each night. Special pray era and acngs, gift-giving and contributions V> charity, reminders oi the debt we owe to the \aIor of freedom fighters of all age*, arc all rehearsed in iyna> M and home. d the Chaauka story actual Iv take place" Yes, it did. The sat.i is chronicled in the Books of the Maccabees, part of the post biblical leries of narratives knowri as the Apocrypha. Coins bearing the name of Simon the UaceabM have been unearthe Anti-pefamation Leaque executives to discuss nn ^ E'T^ f r ,^ e lea ann "l America's Democratic legacy to President Kennedy at a dinner in Washington, £'ioi7 .u 3 V The Anti-Defamation Leaque was orqanized in 131 j as the first sectarian orqanization to devote itself "to occuie justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike. Left to r.qht are Nathan C. Belth, ADL's public relations director; Mrs. Kudler; and AIex?ndr F. Miller, director of the Leaque's community service division. umphed over so mighty a host? Skeptics should remember George Washington, the R.A.F. vs. the Luftwaffe, and the exploits of the fighting Jews of Israel, the latter-day Maccabeans who held off seven Arab nations determined to bash them into the sea Freedom of Conscience During the festive and uplifting Christmas season, many Jews are swirled into the holiday's orbit. This is understandable, it would also make sense for Christians to share in the Chanuka spirit, for were it no: for the bravery of those who gave the world Chanuka, monotheism as a faith might have disappeared and Judaism would have lacked the vigor to give birth to Christianity 165 years following the Ifaccabean events. And Christians need only turn to the Tenth Chapter of the Book of John to learn that Jesus celebrated the Feast of Dedication s/ftrf Cr. f • reor-fe-ad Weather CeaeWieaiM CAU FR 1-0592 — 234 Biacayne Blvd. — Miami. Fla. GRIUINGS BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON "took Best at Belle's" 4087 E. 8th AVENUE HIAIEAH OX 1-8746 Air Conditioned To All Best Wishes & Greetings NELSON'S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION %  PHARMACY IS OUR PROFESSION' DELIVERY SERVICE C. 0. NELSON BOB NELSON Red Simsot Rui'ding SOUTH MIAMI Ph. MO 6-4425 TO ALL GREETINGS DELL'S UPHOLSTERING REUPHOLSTERING DRAPERIES SUP COVERS Phone PL 8-8186 685 NW 48th Street M LA SOXBH Flowers for All Occasions DIIIVIRV • Cut Flowers e Potted Pl.ntt • Corf.q.t e Fun.r.l Oetigm e Wnldnqi • Parties 1910 SW 8th STREET Phone FR 4-5790 To All Greetings TAMIAMI PLUMBING CO.. Inc. lemet I. lara ia Serving SeMth Bade Cownty MI Seat* Miami •52S SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY Phone MO 7483' Page 11-D GREETINGS SUZANNE'S DOWNTOWN MASSAGE STUDIO Open 10 A.M. Phone FR 3-4584 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS ON THIS HOLIDAY OCCASION Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg To All Holiday Greetings Miami Clothing Mart MIAMI'S ONLY SUPER CLOTHING MART FOR MEN WHERE YOU CAN EASILY AFFORD TO BE WELL DRESSED 6023 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 757-7161 Holiday Greetings to All W. T. PRICE DREDGING CORPORATION "DEVELOPERS THROUGHOUT THE YEARS" 3200 S.W. 27th AVENUE HI 6-1607 To All Happy Holidays ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE MACHINING CORPORATION "ELECTRICAL MACHINING" 4950 East 10th Lane MU 1-4883 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL SCOTTIE QUALITY CLEANERS 245 NE 59th STREET Ph. PL 9-2324 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MAURICE'S STEAK HOB si: 2705 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH JE 8-5679 CHANUKA GREETINGS ZEMAN'S RESTAURANT BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH DAILY 67c te 90c 1125 N.E. 1 6Jrd STRUT Nertti Miami Beach MRMN HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, WC Deekt Cafciaet* drain etc 53 MIAUAH DMVf "We* •. 'hen. TU e-247 GREETINGS... THE PARRAKEET SHOP BETTER BUDGIES TOYS EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES RAWS Member of A.B.S., U.B.S., C.B.A., S.P.C.A. 4401 NW 7th Avartue Miami Phone H 43402



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Friday. December 21. 1962 h; rm to ponder again the reiterated symbol of the Jewish cobbler, who with his overworking ... le has become the image of the Jew's (askI LupadkBr the dlapwata worlds the Jew has chosen to oecupy ail at once, if achieving Viluid, has been the Jew 1 consistent ...ton in me pusi, nuw much more so must 11 wben the very earth he resides on iunthreat "i decimation? novelist "\i ht not be overly distraught tl constant division In the Jew, the unend[mentation he observe In thai rragmenlies the answers he thinks he can'l find • wtilcr who sees only dispari j in the quah. ( the modern Jew either accept the e i whal thej are, and weave ins vision trom (.1 let him bind the middle "i his body with irtel so that hi' can be forever enjoined to leer thai there are always two halves, and let ; r deal with each accordingly. There's definitel> a way out but he has to work for it some. harder than he's tried thus far. Of course the problem faced In the American J ish novelist in dealing with the American Jew asubject has its special attributions. It would do is all well to remember that the novel itself i;. comparatively recent literary form, and that prii r to the Jewish writers who sprang up a.< jr^'.ip in the Eastern Europe of the last century were no Jewish writers, that is. who at•. npted to take their place in the sell conscious liurarv tradlions that had by then thoroughly per\;.ded the European continent. The nineteenth n'iury witnessed the Jew writing abeut the Jew for the first time on a completely literary, fictional ba-is. We cannot dismiss lightly what this innon symptomized. The Liberal Cod* It symptomized the fact that the verj nest of J.i.iopean Jewish Orthodoxy had been invaded te ,•very heart by the llberalistic, essentially sec. r, Furopean ••intellectual" code—a code that • routs first in the Christian Protestant and In tne equally Christian French Revolution. .forth the Jewish writer for the first I'.nie teumbed to seeing himself and ln> people pri: as a cultural phenomenon Prom this point i Ihfl world of Jew about Jew was no longei ured tor its exigetical value, but gave itself vJenisti fkrffWrim '•Mead to regarding Jewish life and thought as essentially .drama. Jewish writer ... time, sensing the se P % %  %  '" %  from the tradjffbns of his lather, came to ""' bis .Kv..shness as a lost bride. He longed for what he knew must leave him. and for what JC I" he must leave ton. and therefore wove bis ao from a desire for A reassociation that in his heart he realized would never again be poss>'"''' Bui ai leas) the Eastern European Jewish writer had .: much easier than his contemporary Vmeilcan counterpart He was al least in the %  mity of his loss, lie was al least still in %  the real angel wh ise wings would me e.i Friday nights and not depart until the na\ 'I. IIah v as over. Apocolyptic Times Small wonder then that the American Jewi.-h novelist is puzzled. We live in an age that might be called the politic of the worm. Every. thing is rather persistently gritty. Nonetheless, musi we assume that the American Jewish novelist requires special conditions for his inspiration? Can he function only in the time of great events or transitions? One would ordinarily think that his very anxiety would lead him into the sense of definition he feels reality, particularly Jewish reality, lacks. But then, of course, as we hinted already, maybe there is no one on the present scene with the proper capacity? Maybe all we have around at the moment is an abundance of small-fry? And small-fry always whine! Maybe there just isn't anyone gifted enough? However, in al! fairness. I can find one more a ditional .-.nil I believe valid excuse lor the delemma ot the American Jewish writer—and that is that we may be living in apocolyptic times actually, or very close to the verge of them. Possibly then the fiction-maker is no longer adequate to the age Possibly what the crisis demands is not novelists but prophets. 1'ossibly it is incum• upon Judaism to produce one at the juncture ;:t which humanity will either explode his earth or make contact with his moon When is a better time for prophets than now? Novelists are after all only a hy-product of the culture of the spirit. Thai a prophet should even appear in this land is rot without its grain of probability. Even Moses, after all. received the Word in Egypt. TO ALL GREETINGS HERM GELLF.R CONSTRUCTION CO. 3201 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE Hallandale, Florida Wl 5-3011 Season s Best o AH %  SV AIR CONI %  NING r?i RlGEf?A T • STEPHENS HEATING & COOLING SERVICE, If 2627 N.W. 16th STREET ROAD NE 5-9911 TO ALL GREETINGS Kent Hotel G MZNAKER, Owner-M I -' 1131 COLLINS AVE. (AT 12th ST.) JE 1-6771 Happy Hoi id JV 3 to A!! Broward Utilities Inc. "WATER'' 6930 N.W. 27t!i AVENUE OX 1-3550 Happy Holidays Be-Lo Auto Trim, Inc. AUTO TRIM and UPHOLSTERY Our Work Guaranteed to Your Satisfaction 2011 S.W. 8th STREET Ph. 379-6151 .igH^'A LEE Distinctive /.-"••"'-fl^nrf Fn


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December 21. 19G2 (TU IT 11 t, a oursj i UM ?stin halt re i bin mu rb n infl as 3cve:n.-.;ent. in recognition oi the outstanding humanisenrictl performed by the United Jewish Appeal in beha). immigrants and to: di< tressed Jews in all parts of the is issuing a sp3cial Commemorative Stamp this month In unction v/ith UJA's 25th anniversary year. Designed by • • Israel Philatelic Services, the seven-cent (20-agorot in ;urrency> stamp is the first of its kind to be issued in hoi: o: a non-Israel organization. o make the arrest of im ihips, Inside the threelit, legal Tho policeman ; io us v.. • sc r. eant Baj Ij • • quite ;i character Ikhow much his organization ttad by he lews. Tin Mtlnj f'V our operations ; •" mill i long and SOO miles rhi nlgranl ships came t R'rstqgp, Mediterranean 2i DO miles from their destination, our base at Haifa was dominated bj Mount Carmel, a range ol hills 14 miles long, "here Elijah challenged tho priests of Baal to a test nt their rival religions. There were always six ships Stationed at Haifa When not on patrol we lay at anchor m Haifa Baj where precautions had to be taken against sabotage. We had GREETINGS .' ELLIOTT E. STALLINS STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY "-•--'UGH SERVICE TO YOU WE GROW" 2.8 CATALONIA AVE., Coral Gables HI 6-1653 BOAT MUCHO-K JR. HAULOVER BEACH DOCK PIER 2 $3 75 Per Person 10800 Collins Avenue — Miami Beach Phone: Wl 7-3531 Res.: PL 7-2043 'For Pleasant Fishing 3 Trips Daily" TO ALL GREETINGS ADAE& HOOPER The Oldest Insurance Office In Miami Beach 1500 ALTON ROAD JE 8-6364 Best Wishes for a Happy Chanuka AMERICAN EXTERMINATORS MIAMI MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-6140 ^Jen isti /nkrtafiai/n to he on the alert against swimmers who might attach mineor 0 her explosive objects to the Our precautions included the illumination oi the water line with bright lights and the release of small depth charges al irregular intervals during the daj and night. These shook the ship and kept us v night, trom our van' i point oil shore we would atch tracer bullets flying about in the built up area of Haifa as Arab and Palestine policemen tried to -. ttle th< ir differi %  ces, Growing Resistance Oni eeh we went into Hi to stock up with fuel ipplii On completion naval ii n searched the -hips bottom for limpet mines. The man in charge of the frogmen "as Commander "Buster" Crabb, George Medal, who, 10 years later, disappeared mysteriously in Portsmouth harbor durum the \ i-it ol two Russian cruisers Also in Haifa was a deserted i eel Hi captured illegal immigrant -hips whose passengers had been removed to Cyprus. Among these was the "Four Freedoms She hail made the journey to Pal1 -me in September 1946. Her story was typical of the others. A rotten, unscaworthy luilk which had carried 1.200 Jews. Holed in four places, her bulkheads were crumbling and her timbers falling to pieces. For the last three days of her voyage the passengers were wihout water. Many were hysterical and ill. On arrival at Haifa, of the 1.200 immigrants, 300 reported sick and many were taken to hospitals. There were 165 pregnant women and 2oo children. As time went on it became more difficult tn stop these ships. It was "[ the utmost importance that Continued on Page 12-C Greetings to All ,,Qpr Friend* SOUDER'S CLEANERS ALTERATIONS & LAUNDRY SERVICE 1244 Ali Baba Ave. MU 8-4521 ind MRS. WM. L SOUDER P.op HOLIDAY GREETINGS PHYLLIS SCHNUPP HOT mir*: CISTOM SEWING ALTERATIONS 1652 NE 123rd ST. North Miami Ph. 759-0191 LAWRENCE DRUG 26*1 CORAL WAY Mrs. Larry Simkin and Family Wish Their Many Friends Happy Holiday Greetings HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MH TAYLOB INC. 1795 W. 8th AVENUE Hialeah TU 8-4582 Page 5-C • J \ilcr s RESTAURANTS For Fine Food COMPLETE DINNERS from SI. 00 AI.s'i i A I, \ CARTE MENU There Is Never a Charge for Your Second Cup of Coffeo W K Dl %  Ml: OWN BAKING FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: 1257 W. FLAGLER ST. (NEAR DOWNTOWN) 1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES) 1560 SO. DIXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI) 12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI) AIR CONDITIONED AMPLE FREE PARKING Best Wishes for Chanuka from Coral Gables' Newest Music Store ALLEGRO MUS5C HOUSE 292 Aragon Ave. (Opp. Bus Terminal] 'Everything for the Musician" Sheet Music — Instruments — Repairs — Instruction CLASSIC MUSIC LIBRARY A SPECIALTY Phone Orders Solicited Alan Reskin HI 4-8181 SEASON'S GREETINGS AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO. 3701 N. Miami Avenue PL 9-0757 Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends and Customers HOWARD'S SUPER LIQUORS 515 Washington Avenue — Miami Beach Phone JE 8-4445 | To All Season's Greetings JAY BROWN COMPANY • REAL ESTATE • SALES and SERVICE 1239 INGRAHAM BLDG. Ph. 377-4411 TO AIL GREETINGS Enjoy Your Stay; Rlx >" Comfcrt ROWE CONGRESS INN MOTEL A Resort Motel in the Heart of Miami Beach MOO COLLINS AVENUE P"> ne 0N *-'•'* GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC Fashion Mart Bldg., 221 NW 1st Court Miami Holiday Greetings "Service Beyond Price" KEYSTONE POINT MEDICAL PHARMACY Opposite Congress Inn Prescriptions A Specialty TED SEGDA-PL 9-5150-12400 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHARMACIST MM !" MIAMI, FLORIDA



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Page 12-D +.len isf fkridfiiHin Friday, December 21, BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS North Miami General Hospital 212 Bed Community-Oriented Hospital 1701 N.E. 127th Street NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA PL 7-5501 Home Loans Apartment Loans COMMERCIAL AND MORTGAGE LOANS TO BUILD O TO REFINANCE • TO BUY LOW INTEREST RATES • FREE INSPECTIONS R. K. COOPER, Inc. 2733 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD Phone HI 4-4611 Coral Gables, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS To All Our Friends and Patrons W. J. FICIIT General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA VIENNA SAUSAGE MANUFACTURING CO. Phone FR 1-6551 2181 N.W. 10th Avenue GREETINGS i:\lllljrs CAMERA SHOPS 503 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1-3451 1339 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone FR 3-7676 "We Cater to Parties" Phone HI 3-4505 NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE 3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla. Italian Cui'sinr X Pins — Air Comiilionei — 760 Seating Capacity "PlINTY OF PARKING ROOM" TO ALL GREETINGS "Since 1922" •JOE I-1 IIIIII I:*S REPAIR SHOP GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST' 3828 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida Phone PL 711SS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA FABRIC DISCOUNT STORES, INC. FLORIDA FABRIC A DRAPERY DISTRIBUTORS 6950 N.W. 37th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLA. OX 6-0301 Member •/ Miami-Doit Caumty Chamber of Commerce SHOP at HOME — Phone OXford 6-0301 Three Jewish laymen, representing the Conservative. Reform and Orthodox branches of American Jewry, receive the 1962 Synagogue Statesman Awards "for consecrated service to our people" at the annual awards dinner of the Synagogue Council of America. Left to right are Benjamin Lazarus, dinner chairman and chairman of the SCA National Advisory Council: Joseph S. Wohl (Conservative, of Cedcrhurst, L.I.; Adm. Lewis L. Strauss (Reform', of Washington. D.C.; Herbert Tenzer (Oorthodox', of Lawrence. L.I.; and Rabbi Julius Mark, president of the Synagogue Council. Some 400 religious, civic and communal leaders were present at the recent dinner in New York. Israel's Pavilion at the New York Fair Continued from Page 4-D diatcly both here and in New York where the site for the Israel pavilion was chosen. Israel architects were invited to submit plans for the pavilion structure in a competition presided over by a panel of leading Israeli and foreign architects. Meanwhile—and after the competition's winner was announced— there came the devaluation of the Israel pound "turning" the cost of participation in the Fair from I£ 3.600.000 ($2,000,000) to 1£6,000,000. The matter was then brought up again for reconsideration by the Cabinet—and this time few disagreed with Eshkol that the COSt was prohibitive and incompatible v ith the trend of the Govern merit's New Kconomic Policy. On top of that, there came the objections to the New York Fair raised by the Bureau of International Exhibitors of which Israel ia member and which forbade its members to participate in the Fair The objections of B.I.E. were based on the ground that the New York Fair did not meet a major provision governing that organization's policy: that the ho>t country mu.st provide the grounds for the pavilions free of charge. The reversal of its earlier favorable decision bv the l>rael Cabinet — prompted chiefly by financial consideration?—was met with strong objections from varioui quarters in the United States, especially from Jewish quartm, which urged the Government to reconsider the matter. It was pointed out thut by not particip.' -. %  rael would miss a great opportunity to display its achievements ani progress before the millu'.j people expected to visit the car long Exhibition. Again, the matter was br-urtt before the Cabinet, which ggain reversed itself and approved th


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Friday, December 21. 1962 LEGAL NOTICE *J(**Ut nrrirtiriir, -,CE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED >pltr 20/22 Acts of 1941 File AA-2 868 IS HI RKBY ll.J.1. i ,.| ill IIIVKN thill Hhlle.,1, \ l' I' hits 111 |i v office, BDd has made I,.i :. ta\ deed |., I..i-.,.., Said >•. ttflcate .iiii. .1 prop (' I >uil< SUi,. •.. • Mil: .1. P >.. Hi ileali 17th Ail.li|l • II.H.U 23 I':. 7. Township :.:; South, I u>l, in tin i It) of lli;i otUii) "I I •-..-. Suir %  ( -. in ..•' MS l aalil %  • • ifl ate was in id, ,;..... N \. !•! i i'tlfk'ati -hall l„ %  •,., llUeS IO I Ill, j,i i.|.. s i„li i'. in ill be sold tii -i blililr ni ; hi i "..in I lln -. th, • li -i Mi nda i Jam A in n i> iii I %  Ian b da) uf Novi II LI" ATHKttM AN Ki %  II I I I. • illi I), tin i H) • R M, LKHPICi: li-rk 11 10, IS'?.14-31 V' • • NOTICE UNDER CTlTlOUS NAME LAW %  Is HrTREHV IIIVKN tg. In nli • %  %  fl :ii,,.inan \i I-I.I v.v. %  : 168 i hlorld with thi 111 I %  I ni I Mil. • rHTKf! DRl'fKEH i.Ksrcr. i\ KINRR i >w \zn: Applicants :. Miami Bra, l, I I :i 10, 11 T-l 4 _• I M£M Page 15-D LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY IHVEN Unit Hi.undersigned, desiring '•• engagi in business under the rictltlous nami % %  :' %  FLORIDA \ BXTI RKM HI 2148 N.E, 164th Hll-i .1. .\ii. ini 82, | lorlrta, Inti nd in i-i. i nu| ,i. I,,, ...,11, ,i„. 1 lerk ..i ihe i 'Ircuil Coi rl ol I iadi Count). IInrlda. HARi il.11 S, Hi "ll\\ \I:TZ ALBERT .1 TAKKSO.N SMITH >\. M WM.KI: Attorneys foi II. il s. Schwam i ,,| I". Lincoln Id I, Mliiinl i:,;,. h JE 1-741? 12 T-l1-21.2* "And this year, boys and girls, we are going to celebrate both festivals." Gr. 1W2, Daycr.j rrediKliwil OTICE BY PUBLICATION IN E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELE .E.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF F .ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE _NTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 12971 \i v IAN RTBVKNW >N \Y I.II.I IAN HAY. MAL'RICE DAT, nil. SUIT FOR DIVORCE •MAS MAURICE DAY .. in. il Houses • street, Rimpion rdshire, L'nlted Kingdom 1 THOMAS MAI HUE DAY. are 1 ratified ihai .. 1:111 ..f Comt -l IIV..I ti bei ii i lied i. ami you are required to of \. ,rr answei or PleadBUI of Complaint ..n ih. mi' ney, HERBERT II U" %  .) 117 Blerayiie Building, IDI I loiida and i il. i hi oi Ijjt %  i ... Plaulfng in iii. kt* i.r ih. I'II. uii Court on Ills Mil i j nu f... i>.. ..iiul.il in MI. Mill ..i Comf,r foui ronsecutlve M"ei ci JEWISH KI .••Klin AN \NI' iKHEREP .,: M d da i UCATHERM \s %  '• • %  Mi • Ida B) r p i'..ii:i.\\ii Drput) | n WII.KNSK Y i IMnlntlfl H: 12/7-14 L COUNTY JUOGF'S COURT %  -.D FOR DADE COUNTY. .ORIOA. IN PROBATE No. 57857C %  ate at \ SIKHS -. I OTICE TO CREDITORS dlli • ai .1 Mi IN • Havi i.. mandi Asalnai Hald • bei -1'N aotlfl, .1 and i • • eai ni an) • i..Ims and d< : t ..in-' i ... C laLv. Florida. I t I' i.i. Count] :n duplli at* I M ..-, %  *.:. 7--. i •-. KI, i il H.'ii' nttU-** In Hi' Hi I •.,.!,• i '..iilil ) I'l... ..I •. ilendar month* from tinilii-t publication h> i •• % %  %  W ill I..!..,! I ...I Miami, Florida, Uii-"'li nil.. V I i 1982 •TTA MENDELSOHN ami ONART'C FX1ERT. l^onard tBm-n A E\,-, '. •.; KC.ERT i ii K., I'i.ni d I .' \ Holtl I %  itors si Miami, n.i l'.' 7-ii-:'i-:'v t* Tht CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  'Il --WCIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND ^0F DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 6?C 128M I i.,,. lavimn, li ir UX'KWOOP, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 562:4-B IN I:I: i -• I.II.1.1 AN ICI'UIN 8E" \ II NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i .li ••! 111,1 All I' \ -..i in.: Claims oi l •• rn in...u i. %  Kit hi You n.Ii.-r.-l.. Hi II .1 .nd r. • i ilred to i an) i aims and di iii.in.iM iii. li ^< %  i. bavi Hiestate ol Mllliin II ibln s. KIII, delati ol i'...i. County, Kloi-ldu, Iu ih, Count) Judjtos of I'.I.I. ,'..,iii•>. and file thi game in dtiplk'i i. and .iprui i.l. .1 ii, s. turn 7; 18, Fl .rida .-...(ni..-. in ih-ii offices In Mi.. I'..IIIIi> Courthouse In Bade County, Florida, "iihni ..i\ ualendai months from ih, lime %  ih,lii.-i publication hereof ,.i ihe -.in..' ill Iban• il l':ii.-.| at Miami, Florida, this 27th da) ..i .N.A.I.:.. i. A.D. l'.".-. ANNi: HI:I:AI N As Administratrix iff, \\ .ill i i i.inn.,n \ \.lni:iii.-1::il i i\ • i.i In It I., Miami Besi h Fhi 11 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 57561 B IN KI i:-' MARTIN i;i\ Kl-MI NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Cri illtoi and All I'ersona llav:.iiinor Dcinunds Avalusl Said I %  :,i h. r. I>\ ii" III.. .! iu.. I iv:. i.i. >. ni .,ii i.i ii and il. .. h I || ..I mii> li.i \ .' II-' -i.,'. of MARTIN IVKINRF'B .1 .1 late "i Diulo County, Flori.ii,. to ih.. Count) Jlidges "i Bade Count), and file the same In duplicate .111,1 ,iprovided in Section 733.18, M ,1.11. .-. in IIIi ..in. • il il) Courthouse in I >ade i '..1111ty, Florida, within six calendar months from Hi.lime of the first publication her, ,i. or Ih. same \\M be barn d, Itated .,i Miami, Florida. Ihl dn) of November, A.B. 1962 All I.'I'. >> .1 \v AVNI: Vi Vdll n. %  %  .,!.. r I.BtiN v EPSTEIN An... n. \ tor l-'.-ii.i.' I2ii Line in Road :• 7-14-a Miami Beach, r'loriila IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 50792 IN 1:1: Estate of S \MK MA.NMIKIAIKI; 1 i-.'l NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR O STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE iihereb) given lhal 'i ia\i i lied "ii I in ,1 K> ;•"! i and Peii..1, i..i Distribution .mil lin.i! hi-.' \• .: I ih, asJ s.,.1 MaDnhelmel. deceased: | %  •'. i. |0| i.. ih. Honorable Com Kloi I for ap %  %  I hi I ln.il Rei .iii.l I mill .^. |S '...| ..I III. %  -i>| No\ ember, i"L M:A AI TANNENH MAI Mll/1'..N ,: AI VNNHEIMEI: X. <\ NI:I: a MANNHBIMBR i I.',. Lino :i Road : 12 7-14-21-28 12 7-li-:'l-:'\ NOTICE UNDER FXTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi.n %  hi undersigned, desiring i" engage in IIII.I, ithi IL .ui" is name "i .;i• Y CAJSKE>. ItAAll'.l.i'i: COMPANY ni .",f.i;, s.'iiiii l-'.a. mi Highway, il.,ii,.'-i...i,l. Florida Intend i" register r inn iii Un Clerk ol the Circuit i'"in I of Bade '.Jinn>. Florida. i-KIA aNB WALL COMPANY, a Florida Corp.. Bole i.iwn. i DAVID LIEBMAN v,i> n, > l"i Appllcanl li 1-14-21-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57800-C \ 1:1: Estate of lU'DULF H BCHMITT, IH • • .i-.,l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons rlav, in ... i • %  %  nun,IA-.iin-i Bald You are hereb) notified and reqmrIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL C.RCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 12849 li .SKIIN \ SANCHI / Plaintiff. i:ii.i M:I, i KANCHFTZ, |I, f, inlunl NOTiCE OF PUBLICATION TO: l".l LOOK) SANCHEZ, Addi • i 'nknoM n YOC, i:i I.I„;|II SANCHEZ, Address 1'nknown, are required i" file your answer to the %  'omplalnl fo 11 whli Hi. Clerk ,.i the b i i and sei • n cop) Un i eof upon • I INi i P. Ni:, IRETTI, Attoi ne). l-l I Congress in.i-.. .II N.E, 2nd AN. n i.'. Miami, i-loi Ida "ii or bi foi• Hi, ^-li day of Janu ni. 1981, or else implalnt will be taki n .,confi ssed. I HI Mil I IOI Ida Un30th da) of November, 1982. i: II LKATHEUM \N\ Clerl Clri I : .| i I scull B) : C. I' i 'i H'ELANI i It) Clerk 12 7-1 1 -21-28 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 13066 ARNl %  I %  • I l\ INU8TI IN .I A I'laintlff, \ H. MARION SAl'NBKRS JAMES, Befendii II SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i: Marlon Sa unders Janu .:.i i.ii..iu sn.-.i Montlcello, New York You MARION 8AUNDBRS JAMES are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint i"..i Divorce baa been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cop) of your Answer or Pleadbig i,. Hi, BUI of Complaint on in,plaintiffs Attorney, Banford n [Cramer, One Lincoln Road Building, Miami Reach, Florida and fl!.the >,ii^iinil Answer or Pleading In the office of Hi. Clerk of the circuit Court on ,.i before the Till day of January, 1989 it' you fail to ilo so, judgment by default will be lak.-n against you for the relief demanded in iluBUI of Complaint. Thinotice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN. DONE A.N1> ORDERED at Miami, Florida, tliis.".Hi day of December, A 11. 1962, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk, i 'Ircult I'.III'I. Bade I louni >. 1loi .,Im (seal) B) : 1. SNEEDEN 1 i,'|,iiiy i'lerk -A.NIul'.H II KRAMER in,I.im-,,In Road Blilg, Miami Beach, Fiorlda \u,,i n, y for Puilnild 12 7-1 1-21-28 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJewisfr fhoridliiain solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I II 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGQ.L NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20875 NOTICE IS III:I:I:I:Y CIVEN 'lilt i: Leaf, holder nl I Hialeah Tas Sale Certificate No. i m Issued the 2ath da) of Ma) \ I'. I5, has i 1 I -..in, in n,\ office, and bas made application for .i lax deed I" be issued thereon. Said i 'erttficate i n bi.,. i %  in. following described property In the < 'ountj "i I lade, Slate uf Floi Ida, to- !.. i v Block 126, Hialeah 17th Addn Anni I'lal Bis* : I I'agi 9, Sei lion 7. Township .". South, Rang) il East in ih. Clu of Hialeah, County of l lade, State of Florida. Thi :, ssessmi nl ol SH Id under the said rtlfh ate ".is In iii* name ,,i: Clco. L. Nyi %  i nl, -s salil %  %  rl in, ii, shall be redeemed according to law, the eroperty described herein "ill be Bold to ih.. high, si bidder at the Court I .1 %  on thi Mum Iu In U" month ,.< January, 1983, which is ilie 71 ii day of .lann. 1963 Dated this 26th da) ol November, 1962. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of i ii. nil Court, I lade Count). Florida is,-.ili By: R. 41 IJiEPER Deputy Clerk II :'.". !: 7-1 t-'Jl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN. th it th • undorsurned, desiring to engfte in business under the fictitious name of ECON-O-WASH LAUNDRY at 16.">23 N.E. 6th Avenue, Miami, Dado County, Florida Intends to reglsti r Bald name with the Clerk ,.i the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT EREEMAN ENTF:HPRISES, INC. By: Herbert Freemnn, President HARRIS & ROBINSON Attorneys for Applicant 12th Floor Dade 1 'ederal Bldg, Miami ::J. Florida 12/14-21-28. 1 4 Ih. mt CE BY PUBLICATION 1 llh MT Mn'KWi %  • .. K si, Rndlcott, N Y hereb) notified itoal -i ;. i ..I. .• ha : filed ,ni j ...| in hen b) i %  ..f > our An-" T ulalnl ..n Hi. Ilalntlfl l.i:sTi:it IKM1ERS, win-. %  N \\ 1 III, s M file il iginal ,.f voul • lit in ami nti Florl la, %  n ir b, da %  %  I .lann., huh the Complaint ill %  -'•ih dm ,,f Novi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LLEVEMH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 12804 M un i' \RNF:\ M.I, r \ i iTlitii M;N I:V M.I NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Ti i PlETRi %  M:M:\ \I.I l:. I i I nun,... n ^, i| un. IM i:..i:i NOTIF'IEI ,i :,. iresent any claims and demands you ma) have againsl the es. ,f ltriH>LF 11 SCHMITT de%  DADE County, Florida, IihCounty .iniic.s ,.i Dade I nl.the sain,in their „Iin the County Courthouse month Florida, within six i.'.iiii.tii ill.date of th NOT iCb UNDfc" FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICE IS III REBY lllVEN that 1,. .i desiring un.I. i :i u...ii.nami "l I.. iNlHLN VRMS HOTEL al %  i • Hits Vvenu. Miami Bi i< I I to regisli r ss witn AI \/.I:I. CORP Soli • i^ II, l blMON, HAYS I CRI N iV tpplkatnl 12 ll-;l .,,'-..' ..... M \KV C MINI A M.I, ,„,l iii, o .ir. requln d to fill \ : -s,, \. i'l, the L'U i K ol the ,1 un and wrve %  • cop) thereof ,l|."li SAAII I.I. li d.li AS I i.. 17 K\\ 17th Avi i. Mi., l"i Ida, • ..Hi, mi-. Di rei nfi • %  ,u la • nten •! againsl i,.,'. d Ihi !9th 'i f Novi I: |i LEATHERMAN Clerk the t Ircnll CoOl :, hereof, oi HI i.. bai •• ,1 JOSH REPHCN Exei ui"' H 1l REPHCN. .Mi, in, ) lhal ;;,, \\ ushiiiKlon \\ i:, .nl,. Florida 211 12 T -1 1 21 28 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUT ri *' ** % %  MtJ FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA in v.n,i-CMY No. 62C 12931 FRANK BRENNER, Vl\ IAN BRENNER, SUIT FOR DIVORCE I, \ IV1AN BRBNNER |'t",-..,. M',1 ,1 A\ .'."•' Kew Gardens, N.-w York ,, in hereto notified thai •• Bill of Complaint ,,,, |,|v, i, %  • bas > % %  • n filed against sou, ; „„l „„ gre required to gery. a tajpy "i your Answer or Pleading to the H HI ..I Complain j | 1 gJ ,, JJ n 1 attorne) HAROLD I SPAET K, i. i. .Miami Beach, ii-ii.i i ami lib tni Answer or Phadlng I" th. "li I "v > 1 "' k 1 : 1 ,,, ,court "ii %  r '" %  %  jn II you fa" default will be Ihe i.li IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE l.th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 12862 IREAT SOCTHERN CO., INC %  %  i corporation, I'l.iintli'l. \.-. i.i i\\ M:I I THOMAS SMITH, -1 al, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT In EDWARD THOMAS SMITH ::.-:' Falrvfew Avenue Pairvti w. Ni Jei Be) IHM-: R1TTE SMITH :,,,: I Hudson Boulevard North Bergen, New Jerse) YOl" ARE HFIREBY NOTIFIED thaj a suit hag been brouffhl against you h) tIREAT SOCTHERN CO., INC., In the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgagi encumbering the following described property, to-wit: Loi %  :. In Block :'T. of i.i:ist i:;: CITY SECTION TWO, according i" th,. plat tin reofi n corded In I'lat Hook ',::. ,,i page -^. of the public i., io( i 'n.i, Count). Florl Is and you me required i" file yojur answer' "iili the Clerk of Court .,! IM.!,County, Florida, at the Courthouse In Miami, Florida, ,>n or Jaitoer) ". li"... .un. : i ,p) ..I -i,ii answer U|mn MAl.KS. HEIMAN, KAPLAN & CATKMAN, l'lainllii"H attorneys, wliose ai iKiev.-ii-l n'n Bulldlna, 1130 8.W. i sir. %  %  M ., nl 16, Florida, ,,n or before said date, as required b) the laws of l' lorlda If > ou fall i" ,i" so, ni.complaint "ill I"' taken a* conf, --...i b) !"ii and ii i•• %  • %  i.•• i'i" • '"iir, .... will he entered against v.,u for ||i %  ... in.,. ,i,..l in the eoiflplalnt. BATED iiii80th da.\ ,,: November, 1962 i: r.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ii Court, Bade Count) Florida (seal) B) K. Al I.YAIA.N i'. .ni) Clerk Myers, Herman, Kaplan .<• Catsman i. > .-n-i'iii' Itulldlmi s u • st Street Malml •' i 12 7-F4-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVK.N that the undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under the fictitious name of TRANl"ORTATioN SERVIfJH CO. at I:i77 N", rili Easl 26 Avenue, North Miami Beach, Florida Intends 10 register sail name "iiii the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Plors lila. 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Friday. December 21. 1962 side, and the Sadducees whose adbacentt were drawn from the priestly aristocracy aad the wealthy KlS influential laity. Ilir Ma-moiican rulers tended. for Ihe most part, to the Sadduc n view. The Hasmoncan d\ nasty came to an end in 37 B.C.E ii n the Idumean half Jew Herod, ascended the Judcan throne slaughtered UM remaining members of the Hasmoncan dynasts Nevertheless, the troublesome ana rather unhappy aftermath of ;he Maccabean revolt, an aftermath of royal intrigues and tmone .i.urpations. of bitter religions conflleti and even of civil war. does nut detract from the great importance of the revolt itself. hich the Chanuka story lynv bnUsea. The restoration of religious freedom to Judea through the defeat of the tyrannical Greek Idol was a great event not only in Jewish, but in human, history. Had Antiochus won, Judai-m vould have been annihilated. And. had Judaism been annihilated, no Christianity, which was born out of Judaism, could have arisen a couple of centuries later. Thus, had the Maccabean revolt been crushed, instead of havg emerged victorious, the whole i nurse of human history would have been altered. And so the Maccabean revolt became a turning po' n in history an.l Is recognized a* such even in the religions calendar of the Roman Catholics. No Political Autonomy No matter how bitter ma) have been the religious struggles bei .'ii the Pharisees and Sad• ', following the Maccabean revolt, the Jews were again free • practice their re Ii ion and to ; p it in accordance itli I i ondMons it gi ve the Pharisees, who became the dominant force In Judaism, though thej h.nJ to lixht tiii ascendancy, +**M>mrtmm Page 3-D Israel Rogosin. president of Rogosin Industries of Israel, Ltd., and executive committee chairman of Beaunit Mills, Inc donates S500.0000 to Deborah Hospital, the free, non-sectarian medical center for chest diseases in Browns Mills. N.J. He is shown presenting stock certificates in the Israeli rayon firm at his New York oflice to hospital official, Mrs. Clara Franks (center), and regional chairman, Mrs. Max Kurtz, of Jersey City, N.J. The philanthropist's gift will be used to support and expand the free services of Deborah Hospital founded in 1922. a chance to preserve and even strengthen the Jewish religion through a developing Oral Law constantly interpreting and reinterpreting the Written Law of the Hebrew Bible. It saved the Talmud for future ages. The political independence which the Maccabean revolt ultimately won for ancient Judea may not at first seem as important as the religious freedom it achieved, in view of the fact that a couple of centuries later the Jews lost not only their political independence but were even uprooted from their homeland by the Remans. One might argue that, while the JewMere able (0 maintain their religious autonomy in exile despite all persecutions, they could nut maintain any shred of political autonomy after they W( e forced to leave Palestine. 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President • 111 N.W. 22nd Avenue FR 13473 Miami 35, Florida ment, it must not at the same time be forgotten that religion and secularism arc so intertwined in Judaism that Judaism is so mueh a "religious civilization," a religious way of life, that by preserving their religious autonomy the Jews were able to lorce medieval Christian rulers to grant them some sort of internal self-government, because the medieval Christian rulers had to recognize that Jews were not merely another religious sect, but a distinct nation. That sense of nationality, coupled with the sense of religious uniqueness, was forged mainly in the century of Jewish political independence which followed the Maccabean revolt. The Jewish struggle for religious and political freedom continues in our own day. 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%  Friday. December 21, 1962 fJcnisti ffrradtor) Page 11-.-. ISRAELI DIPLOMAT DAROM TO r3E GUEST OF HONOR Ambassador's Ball Set for Saturday FOR FMOTOS ... SEE PAGE IB Temple Ner Tamid program participants plan the Temple's fourth annual concert scheduled Jan. 19. Cantor Saul H. Breeh and Joseph Schreibman, music director at Ner Tamid, discuss the liturgical numbers they will present. Also scheduled are Rose Byrum, soprano; Alexander Prilutchi, noted violinist; and Jascha Fischerman, conceit pianist. Concert chairman is Irvine Spear. Proceeds are for the Temple religious school. Dr. Rackman on Caribbean Cruise '!i Ambassador's Ball, one of ''"' glittering social events in Greater Miami, will bring to a climax the 1962 Israel Bond effort Saturday night in the Grand Ballroom ui the Fontainebleau Hotel. Samuel Friedland, chairman of the rsrael B >nd Or tanization, pointed out thai -ill" Ambassador's Ball dramatical') reflects the happy tics %  >i the community with Israel and Ih< outstanding role of Greater Miami in the service ol Israel through the Israel Bond program." The ball is held under the pair orage of the Ambassador of Israel, and brings tcgether the representatives of foreign governments in a ceremony of good will toward Israel, as members of the Diplomatic Corps are presented to the Ambassador. At this year's event, Israel's emissary to the Ball will be Abraham Darom, Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, and Mrs. Darom. "The Ambassador's Ball affords the opportunity for the people of the community who have made a direct contribution to the welfare' of Israel through the Israel Bond effort to join in the celebration at an event which underscores the privilege of participating in the | rebuilding and growth of Israel." Friedland said. Among highlights of the evening ithe formal presentation of young ladies como-of-age in a debutante ceremony to the ambassador. The ceremony will be eon ducted under the guidance of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, grand hostess of the ball. Other Greater Miami leaders prominently associated with Ambassador's Ball are Mr. a Mrs .lack A Cantor, grand m. -hals ut the ball; Jack P. Popic chairman of the board of govt Ors of the Israel Bond Organ; tion, and Mrs. Poplck; Mr. a Mrs. Carl Wcinkle. chairmen 'he diplomatic present a I ions D mittee; and Mrs. Jack Kat/m chairman of the Women's Divis Cbanukah Party lor Patient: Chanuka party with gifts all patients at Bikur Cholini K er Convalescent Home. 310 Colt' Ave., will be held on Sunday. 2 p The part> ill be given by M Rose London in the memory her late husband, Morris 3c London, and Mrs. Lillian Finsl In the memory of her mother, M Ann Finstein, Dr. Kmanuel Rachman. spiritual leader of Congregation Shaaray Teula. of Far Rockaway, NY., and Professor of Jurisprudence at Ycshiva I'niverMty. lie will lead tual advisor aboard the Sunland Cruise 15-day "Caribbean Carnival" tour sailing from New York on February' -' aboard the SS Jcru salom. I'a-t preside! ol both the Rabbinical Council of America ami the New York Board of Rabbis. Dr Kackman Is an outstanding author and platform personality, who i.'No assistant to the president of hiva University. Me will lead religious services aboard ship and present a set ies of lectures on contemporary Judaism, The cruise has been organized by Sunland Cruises, Inc., in cooperation with Zim Lines. Dietary Laws will be strictly observed throughout the entire ship. The schedule has been arranged so that the ship will not be in port on the Sabbath. Seven ol the most popular ports el call are on the itinerary. They include the Virgin Islands. Trinidad. LaGuaira, Curacao. Kingston, Port An Prince, and a special highlight. Martinique durinMard'i ill.itime. Reservations may he arranged by any authorized travel • /..in Lines office, or b> Sun 'ruisi 5, Inc., Time and Life Bldg Rockefeller Center. New HOW M Sale at B0I7BFKE for all perform* !" Open Daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. THE FIRST DRAMATIC FILMIN FABULOUS 0DCI33r3l2E5 &• METRO -GOLDWYiYMAYER -y, 7 F and CINERAMA present A ^ a GEORGE PAL Production&#& \ WORLD ftft IAIIWSHAAVH cumin SSK. T£ BROTHERS ZST GRIMM i •" ,\ MSS TAN JIM MCI ram THOMAS BID; • Teciiiiiieoiar Opens SATURDAY Dec. 22nd Ecluiie South Florida home_of CJNERAMA froductions Dtweties MIMI I. Pli|Hf St. FLORIDA ft 1 Mtl Israeli Publisher Is Miami Visitor An enterprising young Israeli publisher is in Miami this week to seek support for his unique I-raeli publishing Institute at Jerusalem. He is Ory M. Mazar, whose father. Prof, Benjamin Mazar, is former president of the Hebrew University. Young Mazar is also a nephew of Israel President Itzhak BenZvi. Israeli Publishing Institute specializes in artistically-produced and illustrated books of interest. They include Biblical and historical works in Hebrew. The organization then works in cooperation with American publishing houses to produce the works in English and distribute them throughout the U.S. Harper and Bros one ol Amer ii.. outstanding firms, has just arranged :th Mazar's firm to publish a l S. edition of "Story of the Jew Another Israeli PubI -hi..: Institute book, "Jerusal, m." n its third American \leo. ying .it the Royal Palm Hotel. From lure, he will Tex; and the West si 9ISCAYNE BLVD • IB nu PAHKING Open 6:45 SOUTH MIAMI US." NEAR SUNSET DRIVE Open 6:45 Open 1:45 %  toi C'^> Ess" J .•ggm %  M ..A PICTURE FUNNY AS THIS -,, fit parkway CCWAL WAV Open 6 J.UW GARlANDlfe /The Student Prince ^fl%ds andMusic' WBR tOMUNO PURDCM I Exclusive., South Florida Engagement Starts THURS, EVE. DEC 20th ^IZIA I 2 SHOWS Matinees at 2 p-"'DAILY Evenings at 8:30 p.m. Mon. thru Fri $1.75 j Mon. thruI Than. $2.25 Sat., Sun., Holidays $2.25 | Fri., Sat, Sun., Holidays $2.50 Holidor MM MmU Dec. 24 thru Jan. I Inclusive ALL SEATS RESERVED MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY, '. Enclosed is $ D Check %¡ Money Order • For .Sears, for the performance on • • NAME ADDRESS C,TY Enclose remittance 4 se/f addressed, stamped •*"£_! Triple Event fcr Ohev ShaSom Ohev Shalom Congregation this ek announced a "triple event" i asion. Dedication of a Torah Scroll will place ".i Sunday, Dec. 30, i n al Washington Fe !eral Sav%  and Loan Assn 1133 NorI] Dr Normand) Isle. Aisn I %  •!•.. ated will be a crowns, Al lom will 11. i to Wash.il %  i Honor will carry the Torah fn n 'era! '" the synagogue, where refreshments > ill he served. Gala Holiday Ball Monday Young Adult Friends of Israel, will be hostto the young adult | community of Greater Miami at I their annual "Holiday Ball" on Monday evening in the Morocco, ltoom 1>1 the Casablanca Hotel. Dancins will start at 9:30 p.m.. to the music of Bob Recent and lis orchestra. A complete f loor j sh0W has been planned, as well as a prnc of dinner for two at a lead ins restaurant. Young adults "ho are single and between the ages "1 21 and 35 arc invited to attend, according to Bob Schienwald, president of the Yafis Assisting are Paula Sernaker, Herb Miller, Stanley Karp. June Soko. |„„ Miriam Hauchell. Larry MjchBClson, Mark No.ikui. Don Kaplan. Rac l,el Koniek. Marilyn Friedman, Fred Honlgman and Ellen Reurtt, Seats NOW on sale (or all performances BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY 10 a.m.-IO p.m. All Seats Reserved. MEIRO-GOUJWIYN-MAYER aon THE GREATEST ADVENTURE EVER LIVED BECOMES THE GREATEST ADVENTURE EVER FILMED'. ON THE BOUNTY Filmed in ULTRA PANAVISION 70 TECHNICOLOR M %  • w k I SHERIDAN 5?SL. Ive. P.rlormoncei ONLY on De<. 20th and Dec. 21ft. 2 SHOWS DAILY Mat. 2 p.m. Eve. 8:30 p.m. fHfecti've SAT. MC. 22nd; MATINEES Men. thru Fri. Orch. 1 Loe S2-2S Men. thru fri. Front Orch. t Bole 1.*0 Set.. Sun.„ Holieeyi Orch. ft Leee •*<> Set., Sun.,, lteli


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Friday. December 21, 1962 *JmM ftcridHain Should Jews Be Active as Proselytes? By BEN GODOL IN tha o^rly I90o"s Chrisdan overeai missionary %  dnvo becaBM iWoflrflWtive that for their own pr( ration the various Protestant denomination! had lo establish a coordinating agency, the International Mi.-;t a Jewish denominational scramble lor Jewish souls >n a g)obt] basis? K.-bbi Marc II. Tancnhaum. director of the iiiurrcliRious affairs department of the American .hwi-h Committee, recently analyzed the efforts American-centered Orthodox, Conservative and Keform groups lo extend the scope of their parti ilar approach to Judaism. Global Jewish organizations, he noted, are not new. Both the World Zionist Organization, the World Jewish Congress d other international groups have served as i i national instruments to link world Jewry But the rebirth of Israel has brought a decline in world Zionist structures and the World Jewish < ongreaa has scarcely represented more than its n membership. A global vacuum has developed and the synagogual bodies organized on an inter national basis have started to move vigorously %  mo it. The Reform or Liberal movement organized a World Union for Progressive Judaism in 1026 It has had its most impressive growth since the end • World War II The World Union claims affiliates in 23 countries in Europe. North and South America, Asia mrl Africa, with some 850 congrega: s, numbering i.60o.ixx) members—most of them Ihi United States, of com-. Creating Tis The Conservative movement began organizing its World Council of Synagogues in November. 1957 ".ly i; claimed constituents in 21 countries 1867, the Council has helped create a Latin icon Council of synagogues and a consultabody in Europ e Both Reform and Conservatism .".re busy in Israel The Orthodox movement still has not launch'•'I it* projected World Union of Orthodox Jewlh Congregations bul it does have a functioning Joint Ovcr-cas Commission of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and the Rabbinical Council of America. This commission has quiet]; but actively been creating a number of ties between Orthodox Chiei rabbis and laymen in mosi countries In which the Reform and Conservative movements have made their more for mal advance. The global prize is Israel. To the Reform and Conservative movements alike, the religious situation in Israel is regarded apotentially untilled soil. Both groups have sent investigating bodies to Israel which have returned with re ports that the nominal Orthodox hegemony in Israel is a carryover into Israeli politics of arrangements created under the British Mandatory regime. Both groups have publicly voiced the conviction that the relatively small number of Jews represented in Israel's religious-political parties reflect in fact the small number of Jews adhering to Israel's only Jewish institutional religious form—Orthodoxy—and that an unknown but presumably large number of Israeli Jews are yearning for a more "liberal" form of Jewish reHgious identification and expression. Correspondingly, the World Union for Conservative Judaism has boon very active in Israel where it has organized three synagogues and several nuclei for additional congregations. The first Reform synagogue was formally dedicated in Jerusalem on April 14 in an inconspicuous ceremony in a former private dwelling. The dedicatory service was conducted by Rabbi Jerome A. Inger. an American Reform rabbi who has been representing tin World Union in Israel since i960. The Conservative movement has organized a center in Israel with three affiliated Conservative congregations The first convention in Israel of the World Council "as held last May one of the highlights of the convention was the formal dedication ot the first American student center built under an-pices of the American Conservative Continued on Page 11-C To All Greetings HAYDEN, STONE & CO. Established 1892 Members N.Y. Stock Exchange and Other Principal Stock and Commodity Exchanges 302 S.E. 2nd St. Miami 295 Alhambra Circle 1040 Bayview Dr. Coral Gables Ft. Lauderdale TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS RED COACH GRILL 1455 Biscayne Blvd. Phone FR 94008 GREETINGS VENETIAN NURSING & CONVALESCENT HOME FOR Ml TrPI CASK 1330 NE Bayshore Dr. Miami FR 9-7649 MR. AND MRS. NATHAN K. 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Friday. December 21, 1962 -Jenistntridlfari 1000 Hear Support Plea for Hebrew Academy \ <.rnu'(li>il hnllrnnni nf l IIIHI IUM. —— w Page 15-3 LEGAL NOTICE \ crowded ballroom of I.IKHI per „ ( njammed ihe Deauville Hotel Sunday night to attend the He r ew %cademj annual scholar linni r. light of the event was an Leonard Rosen, guest h mor, who rose unexpected!) .i h pital sickbed to conn %  ball iii the last moment Rcser, who up until that mo,,-or.f had been listening to the pogram via telephone, entered IC a burst of aoplause to "express my heartfelt thanks and itirude for this wonder aven•,ig." Ri minding his aifdience that (he kindling of the Chanuka Menorafa %  a not only a mechanical cereii onj hut a symbol of our faith, our past, and our tradition," Rosen I ,i the gathering that "we live h ,i time when the flames of Judaism are being snuffed out by the of assimilation and Integra i Rosen: "Our children are anxious to be Americans, that have dropped the mantle ol -m almost compli telj Who?" „ked, "will light the Chanuka %  ah for them?" i n daily de< lared that he has B. I. Binder (left) looks on as Mrs. Leonard Rosen greets her husband, quest of honor, who rose from a hospital bed Sunday evening to attend the Hebrew Academy scholarship dinner. Looking on are their dauahter, Sandy, and Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. been able to find "not p swers" to questions asked of "prominent leak:-, in our i m munity" with respeel lo the funl thi ir childri n Will 3 Hir children be for the A d pital?" active in the Home at on, t! cept of Jewish values being handed down from .father to son today has become a case of the blind leadirg the lame. When the father, himself, is unlearned, there isn't much Judaism he can teach the son." On the occasion of Chanuka, Rosen called for a rededication to the principle "thai the survival ol Jews here or elsewhere is nol an accident, nor is it a mattei oi < fiance." The guest ol honor then said that survival can best be assured bj "our rededication to a maximum .ii" ish education for our children."' in a final iharacterization of the Hebrew Academy us -the laboratory and training ground for intl lligent Jewish leadership." Rosen urged that the day school become a part ol "the structure of the Combined Jewish Appeal." Earlier, two dramatic presentations were presented at the dinner bj Miss Trudy Gertler, 16-year-old daughter of Judge and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTII %  : is 111 :I:I:I:V cilVEN • Hi, uni i-iHliincrl, i %  i %  tin rii'titiou HI I'K ill •! SI H n :: %  '< %  ] Sir, lllfi %  %  I -..nl mi III, '.. Ii h i In i '!• IK of the I 1 i It i Kloiid MYKAN 'OHI' ,n K NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Xi %  rii : i~ H itKKY ,i\"i-:.\ • • iinil, i Hi,fl III mi. %  IX KY ISL VXD HI %  .'•" N i %  %  .! %  -. ilorli %  %  il nun lith l %  • i %  • l i>f D '' si' 'III. .-• INN I'I >RP A \ • < \ ,., I I!) I.-.' ISi, hi l.ons ST. 'in.. I'ri -i %  •XoVITZ, SIl.VKI! .v SCHER (in II, f .in'1,1 iii-rictltl'iuH name Kl.EEX-HITE IH •• %  Iri.KAXIN AM' COATlXCi SERVICE :l 1700 "ith St., 'i .i I.'" %  %  '. Fla int, in i.-:i.-tiixald name with the CU nl the Circuit • '"in t o( I >ade !oui hlorkla. I'.EVERUY I i %  %  > "11 KXIK "' <>" 1 1 I.E. i X A111' I'ECHENIK '."'. Owl Mrs WALTER i Mltll 'SKI Charles Gertler, and a I960 gradv '"'" A 1,,an "-,, ,„.. x ,. uate of the Hebrew Academy. Said Roien: "We can nr>* count on cur children today. The conM chat I t.ci in/, an Academy student, also addressed the gathering. Ben I, Binder, past president, was chairman of the dinner. Joseph Cchen was co-chairman; Woliie Cohen, honorary chairman; and Jack Cantor, chairman or the dinner committee. Louis Merwitxer, president of the Hebrew Academy, also addressed the gathering. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU = ~ IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE No. 57973-A lli HE COl.DK MISilMI.. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS II %  S ,i ami • II. H •-' 'i; i :i.. ,i • 11 ri in HH.1I t" mom In Inbnei introduction ol Ros%  %  %  ROSE STEIXHART, XOR.MAX K .-.IIWAK/.. Attorn, 12 i i.in, i,In Itmtd 12 21-28 I |i wish National Fu:id organizational chairmen meet to plan Tag Day drive on Sunday. to right are Mrs. Bessie Fast, Hannah S' -.esch Group of Hadassah; Mrs. Robert G.irber, Pioneer Women. Club 1; Mrs. Louis •tig. Miami Beach Mizrachi Women; Mrs. IC Saperstein, Brandeis Group of HadasMiss Miricm Vernick, Hannah Senesch Group; Mrs. Gertrude Horowitz, Pioneer Women Club 2; Mrs. Claire Collins, INF chairman for Miami Chapter of Hadassah; Mrs. Morris Seeman. Tikvah Club, Pioner Women; Mrs. Meyer Kahn. Golda Meir Club, Pioneer Women; and Mis. Nathan Bookspan. Pioneer Women, Club 2. en, Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal oi the Hebrew Academy, noted that "Just as 'Avodah' and 'Gimiles i hasodem' must flow from spiritual motivations, so must Jewish community life be welded by the disciplines of Torah." He contrasted this with the sages nl the Talmud "who outlined a formula for a productive, thriving and healthy Jewish community. The world stands on three pillars: study of Torah. setting up of House ol Worship, and the establishment ol social welfare institutions." Said Rabbi Gross: "American IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU= IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE No. 57851-C — Clark RE: KM MI. if DAVID HARRIS lined. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml Creditor* anil All I'ernons n InR Claims or Demand* Atrnlnal U Ktitnte: v,,,i .i In r. hy notified iimi •"••in ,,l to ureaenl any claims, and demai ,, h h vmi may have against t % %  Ut< t DAVID HARRIS, deceas Had. County, Horlda, to I mm Judft. "I Dade O untj and as pr 111 T JNF Teg Day Slated Sunday NOTICE TO ALL DADE FEDERAL CUSTOMERS THE MAIN OFFICE of Dado Federal Sa WILL CLOSE at 4:30 P.M. MONDAY. DEC. 24th and DEC. 31st to allow personnel full enjoyment of the respective Holiday evenings. "One othe Nation's Oldest and Largest" j0ade Federal] JAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAKHI \ JOSEPH M. KPTON, President "Chanuka GcU for Israel" is the theme ol the annual Tag Hay drive ,'i the Ji" ish National Fund cil i Greatt r Miami, accor ; emenl by Leon %  nl ol the Council. Thi ; <1 Day drive or Sunday Jewry must become aware of theI \V^ n M ^,iV7S"l*. U Florida B. tremendous responsibilities which int.-. In th< r offlcea In the Com history has thrust in its hands as ^ffS^iW'twM the Strongest and most powerful time t the firm publication her< ,,, the name w 111 be barred. 11 iteil .it Miami. I lorlda, thlg 1n \ i v, i-i mill i. A A'. 192. DOROTHY KVROL HARRIS As Executrix II VRRIS AND R< HtlNSI >N Attorn. for Bxi ; utrlx i-il, iDade Pederal Bldgr. 1 %  •'•' %  12/21-28 l lJewish com munityin the world." Mrs Jacob I). Davis, recording secretary oi the Council, and Tag Da) chairman, reports that more than 500 volunteers will participate in the traditional Tag Day, which is par! of a nation-wide drive spon> Mired bj the .lew ish National Fund. \ oluntei rs c me from the ranks i 34 organizations, Monies collected w ill be used for the redemption and rehabilitation ol Ii nd in the State oi Israel, and to stablish border settlements as • -i in fill raattack from Israi l"s hos ibors. IN %  ii Oli I II %  lll\ M< : VI OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 190 MIUION DOLLARS an. cm d th Connor, as :, appec "Carry h is set to o :i!r Sun A-t Theatres on Friday. "Carry on Teachers" presents all the popular favorites who appeared in "Carry on Nurse." WEINSTOCK IKEI C O L DI N MOULTON VONDI St CK SCHULMA HONI %  %  W. SCHWARTZ. M BUe,ld 'WAX Si H Raj A rd THE COUNTY JUDGES COU IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA. IN PROBATE No. 57878 III IIK UOSK MKSH NOTICE'T'O CREDITORS %  i i„r nil > Hi, I .. \...ii.-i B II ,.i nn I requ .:. m Hi MKSH, dec. I., tl • in the nt>. h from t I'llcal .i thin \ %  il H \.-i.\ \ Kx< ,NNHi:iMKR \ %  %  1 \\ %  ,N THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57757-C In 11 MKRS NOTICE TO' CREDITORS n Ml T" \ led and requ nt a %  ,! SI \ SI MM • %  !:... Da me Ii thouae. .:.,. within th. dat. .., th. -' ., x v,M C OILCHRMT Ex. cutor r\ri. KWITM'.V, Attorney R ...I. Miami I nor,d "lJ/M-M I 141