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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 51
Mi ani, Flonaa. Fnday. December 17. 1965
Fcur Sections Price, '.'.'
BEHIND THE HOLIDAYS
Chanuka: Feast
Of Lights-Our
Customs Today
TJJA Sets $73,420,000
Goal for Year Ahead
fi Mh -i. Ill da) i ion ol I I anuka i ill t><' lit
uncbin the traditional Festival of the Lights
the holiday see S< c i and
on the holida)
SAMUEL J. FOX
customary for the
0""fr 'c 'efrain from doing any
JIN UADHIS HONOKID
NEW YORK (JTA Tha
!<>ui da; 28th annual national eon
ference oi the United lewish Ap
luded h<.e S laj with
the adoption of a fund raisin goal
420.000 in 1966 and the un
animous ret led oi ol Max M
Fishei i" .i cond lent l JA
i bairman More than 2.500
MGf 73 C
. en i I hanuka If
the} iea during this Unw they would "f oour
h.i\i no occasion to exoericnri and
~ork in the houM dor- express their JO) Over the ( h.ii.'.ik.i
Chanuka
'ima in which
candles arc lit?
the
I
iv mentioned in the
Vrueh Anich < H acn
r0 I Souv -.>\ this la
h that the women are
the Chanuka celebra
tbeil live- were BlSO .1!
the miracle uved them
II as it did the menfolk
. ihat thi-- practice parti
fl OUt the women be-
.i heroic act oi one of the
lui 1; i .lew i^h bistor) that
the enemy at .> n oat en
o bet i rted I bat
women refrain from
.; skilled house
ring '.lu tune when
uka candles are burning
. m the o| portunit) oi < i
.I. le I ha I i...i pened long a>:o
I in- men have tin occasion i" <\
i i. v~ their jo> i)> the recitation
i tbe Hal lei Psalms ol thanksgn
ing which are recited ever) morn-
the Chanuka week in thi
.. i hi women are ea
cused from discharging this obli
gation since u is one which is pre
eeipitated b) the occasion of a
SD4 cial tune
'l hua, tin j : giten the occa
don ol experiencing joj while the
andles are burning b) refraining
. their hOUS4 hold > mo. i II .-
also possible th.it having the worn
en refrain f'om 'in Ir boust hold
ebon durini the time when the
i hanuka candles are burning la
.....i nt ;,.-hu". ing an oi iginal i<
lire ol the ancient h*abbi< in a mi
Continued on Page 7-A
leadership of the IMS nationwide
campaign
In his acceptance address F'*h
er Slid that, since the founding
>f the Appeal in 1939. American
Jews have raised SI.618.000.000
lor the programs of the UJA our
most significant accomplishment."
he noted, "was the resettling of
Continued on Page 6 A
MAX "SHER
redeemed fo new term
Eshkol Fee ling Good:
Eves Return to Helm
EQUALLY WITH CHRISTMAS
\JCong Hits Chanuka
ielebration in Schools
Br Special Report
H1A The \meil
i hai '''I this
and Clanuka
'.. public schools
Suprenv ourt
un

in the
here
' Philadt Iphia
i presi
aid in
ount.1 thai the
Supreme < our! de
prayer recitation
ling in the public
prohibited holiday
' *h ch turn the cUsa
1 hapel"
Tha American Jewish Con
gress leader praised the artion
on Dec. 9 of Dr Carl A. New
man. supervising principal of
the Gateway Union School dis-
trict in suburban Pittsburgh
who notified teacheis that dero-
ratons or paqcants depirtinq *he
b'ih of Christ would conflict
with Supreme Court ruling bar-
ring religious practices In the
pub ic schools.
\.it scenes of
I. n the put i -' hoo
Mai lolatt II
II Ol I i
cbui ch-sl ation contained
hi the First Amendmenl
Thaj ai-o cause hurt and i m
Continued on Page 9-A
I r; wiv lJ*l 0 Premier
Levi r -h oi told reporters this
ireefi Bi Raddasah Hospital
where he has been under obw
tion fin exhaustion since last Dec
4 that he feels well" and hopes
to condode negotiations for for
mation of I new coalition and to
preaent a wide government m
time "
The Premier told newsmen jok
infly that his presence In the hos-
pital v.:i- fine foi not taking
a vacation re-t three week- ago
at the Close Of the election camp
ai^n in which his Mapai Avoda
alignment slate won a resounding
\ ictory.
Golda Meir,
Son ie! Envoy
In Conference
Meanwhile. Mrs. Golda Meir,
the Foreign Minister, acting on
tha Premier's behalf, called on
Moshe Shapiro, the National Re
Continued on Page 5-A
WAR ESCALATION
King Given
Award By
a.
Jewish I nit
By Special Repc-t
SEV > tfaa Kii h warnet S
l thai the Viet Nam wai
pei il ol est alal bt
who would question it i
iubji d
. si tied attack
Th \> i civil right: k adei
i. Prize wiii i ii
e spt e< ii ai oi di st ai d sc sit n ire i
u mg sh il dot* n l" bomb)
Viet Nam
An ugly, repressive sentiment
to silence peace-seekers is *v
sumi'-g shape." Ke said, "one
which depicts advocates of im-
mediate negotiation under te--~s
of the Geneva agreement s
quasi-traitors, fools cr venal an-
Continued on Pst 13-A
U.S. is Asked to Act On
Bonn's Defemnenl Move
\\ IV .'I \
Dimitri Chubakhin
h d this week to I
Gi :.. Men Israi I i For
that the Soviet
support President
\.,... i \ p| blind!) and that
it favors peaceful co-existence In
the Middle East as in other parts
of the world
l he Soviet envoi reportedly
Continued on Page 11-A
WASHINGTON FTA Sec
retar) ol state Dean Rusk was
i sk< d this week to int< with
West Gen
menl of indemnil Na*i
victims and Ii noti that th< ;
m co ild affect tin cl
the fortht to the I'nitei
. I
rhe request Sei
Ncv '.
'
In a letter to Mr Rusk Sen.
Javits noted that West Germany
had proposed new legislation to
defer budgetary appropriations
scheduled to be made under the
indemnification program applied
to 1966 and 1967, totaling 400,-
000.000 German marks ($100,
000.000) for the two years. The
effect would be to deprive thou*
ands of Naii victims who have
awaited new legislative authority
of the possibility of receiving
any payments under that autro-i-
ty until 1968 at the earlies*
the proposal
I
Rei
Continued on Page 10-A
<<>nn Lower House Approves Delay
i J T A I Despite
ntinK protests from
inn
i/ations, the Bunde
" DOOM of the West
n Parllamant, adopted this
a |,|| curtailing tbe 1966
wai budget v-tuch would defer
sptn-.it,,,,, payments to s Urge
UP f vicuaaj of Nazism.
the jnaasan would postpone for
>er paymeat of a $50,-
300.000 installment due durinc
19BB to those victims under a new
law enacted only last May The af
fected catrRory is comprised of
l>ersecutees who were unable to
file by the October. 1943 deadline
in the original West German com
pensation taw because they were
then in Iron Curtain countries
Tbe special Hay law set up a $300.
000.000 "hardship fund to com
pensatc those victims The law pro-
vided that a total of $50,000,000
was to be paid out in each of the
next two (rears, l^tHi and 19ti7
The Bundestag acted over pro-
tests also of the opposition $e-
ciai Oowsecratk perty, one ?
1 SJtaaan awwbrs, Alea Moeller.
. MM that Chanceller Ludwig Er
Heed. w*e had s>ned the May
law. "should have foreseen this
matter" of budget troubles prior
to the elections. The deputy told
Parliament that the saving of
money at the expense of the per-
secutees was "a politically and
constitutionally doubtful Step."
Jewish orgsnizations, particular
Continued on Pace l-A
SfN. jaVfTS
lack ef -writ


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Friday. LV;- \l.Yk
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LOUIS SNITMAN
JACK SHAPIRO
JAMfS AlBHT
Beth Sholom to Celebrate
23rd Anniversary on Beach
CCA MttSIDtHT TO $MA MGE M-A
Temple Beth Sholom. of Miami,
Beach, will celebrate its 23rd an-
niversary this weekend with a ser-
ifs of events highlighted by the i
visit here of the national president
of the Central Conference of1
American Rabbis
WOmt ftS ACTIVITY $K.
and will remain here to attend
the 33rd anniversary dinner
dance at th Americana Hotel on
Sunday night.
Habbi Sanford Seltzer, exeeutixo
director of the Southeast Region
of the I'nion of American Hebrew
Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein. of, Congregation-, also will represent
Chicago, will join Rabbi I-eon the national leadership of the R<
Kroni-h, of Temple Beth Sholom. form movement at the anniversary
spiritual leader of the Beach syna celebration.-.
gotue almost since its inception. President 1-ouis K Snetman and
at special Krida> night services
The CCAR president will de-
liver a sermon on rededication,
Parkinson Foundation
Women's Division of the Parkin
Foundation was to meet at
Deauville Hotel on Thursday
230 p.m.
dinner chairman. James Albert.
atraaaad that there will lie no
fund-raising or lormal speeches ;it
the ilmncr Cantor David Com
will present > medlej of Chanuka
songs, and stars of the Roosevelt
Playhouse oi Miami Beach will en
tin. A it* piece orchestra will
accompanj the entertainers and
pU) lor lour hour- of (lancing
James Knopke, arrangements
tion ajarki the pilanlnation of
comprehensive development pro
sjjraai launched > the Libenal con
mi i uplin- at 4144 Qkase we Mi
inti leach, m 1SW during "-
10th aiinivei-.ii> vem
The synagogue was termed by a
handful of Beach residents and
uintei visitor* m 1JM^. *>" after
ihe t niu World War 11 D) Pearl Harbor.
W.thm year, Kabbi Kroui-h
came here from n pulpit in Hunt
IHftoa, 11 and almost immediate
ly Beth Sholom moved from make
shift headquarter- in a -mall More
on 41st St to the Chase Avenue
Hotel just north of 41*1 St
In 19.">3. the gold domed sanctu
| ary was begun as part of an over-
UU urehitcctufal plan to be com
pleted within 10 vears. By the
High Holy Days of 154. services
were held in the new Beth Sholom.
even though the sanctuary was not
complete.
As the membership climbed to
600 and then to 700, the congre-
gation purchased a small house
just north of the sanctuary on
Chase Ave. That in turn was
torn down to make way for a
new religious school.
With the Temple Beth Sholom
membership passing the 900 fain
ily mark, a community house, an
auditorium, executive office, youth
lounge, art gallery and other fea-
tures of a S1.2SO.000 physical
plant were added.
Within the past year, the con-
\~Wl7r1lESSINGS ALONE
I WON'T REBUILD ISRAEL!
I bet o sole ISIAEl BONO will'
bu.ld Israel owe' make it I
economically itrettg. j
ri ;ation landscaped its property
mi lamed Arahau Gaafraa Kd and
., BlbMaaJ garden at
the oUifl ellUaJ-
Today, Wltll meiii!>er-hip ol ..p
P'o.xiinateh 1.000 families, run
pie Beth Sholom offers a conjure
hensive religious, cultural and edu
cationaj program for all of it-
member-, from three year old- in
nurseo school lo itnJor citizen-
In addition to Snetman a- con
gregation pre
president i, M
man and Brat.-..
Jack Shapiro.
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lom development program
launched 13 years ago.
"Our achievement- in that peri
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Kroniah merit this festive observ-
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Fridc^. December 17. 1965
* Jen isl Fk r fi t/
Paqe 3-A
l#Columbia Univ. Prof. Eli Ginzberg
At Contemporary Affairs Lectureship
:, Drofes*or of ATAT and mans.
I professor t
md director Of Con
Human H.N..nrcos at
niverslt) Km been
ired speakei at
annul! Contemporary
i ectureship sehed
m NtontMy, at trie
... Hotel
I m persona -in' r\
attend the annual lee
tig to Pr .'
R : man ol flw itwil
i
ial lectureship series
is Kl* by the Grtittr
-. .sh Federation and is
andewi c* the Sam Blank and
Fjro< i Foundation, which ini-
tiate. program three years
ago o- "he 25th anniversary
c; ,h Federation, head-
of the fund-raising
| i *ish Appeal.
led ch lea ler is
i
i iirman ol the Na
\ iry ( "in
.ilk. on Deeper Cut
in..n Jewr) r
Tin- committee i
in Congresaional -t.i
-.' ih. Secretaries ol
Health. Education and
the manpower develop
mining program
berg, an author ol 25 hooka
'.nil to the Department
fener, State, I aboi and Com
well a< for largo cor
-ueh a- Dupont. IBM.

\T.\l ,iikI mam non-profit insti
litmn-
llc aerved u
parch foi ihe aliotmenl commit
tee "f the United Jewish \
m !!i4*i was appointed bj tl
President Harrj s Tinman as
minister plenlpotentiarj for the
Cnm ii States (o negotiate the
treat] on non-repatriable refu
as .i result ol which displaced Jews
.id BDOUt S50 million ol Gel
mi He w mhei
of the board ol t H< h
iru I'niversit;
1054 to IS
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In 1953 and again in 1956
Gimberg undertook studies of
manpower utilization in Israel
for the U S. Department and in
1961 and 1963 conducted further
studies for the Israel Govern-
ment From 1958 until 1960,
Gmtberg directed studies on
hospitals and health agencies
for the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of New York.
I In first let tureship three yeai -
ired Di Salo u Baron
and last yeai pre* nlal had
Di Mm .mi I Sat I i president of
Universitj .1- guest
speaker
Members ol t ti lectureship
committee serving with Blank and
Dr Naroi are Myron Behrman,
M: Ruth J Berger. Jerome Blank.
Mrs Richard Brickman. Byron
Cherkas, Edward Cohen, Mrs
Dorothy Kriegei Fink, airs Irving
Kaplan, Mr*, -lean C Lehman. Dr
and Mrs Irving Lehrman. Joseph
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Temple Emanu El Sets
Chanuka Party Sunday
PROTECT YOUR MONEY!
mi departments of Temple
- Religious School will
lpata in the annual (hanu
WOrbty on Sunday morning.
.. m in the Main S.nu-tuary.
.... K. Yunoa chairman of
...a i Education, announced.
Feature of Ihe morning will !*
-a preseataUoa entitled "Eight
.1 shammas
, .. i.. lll\l.- I run
ol the cast Include
Debbit Buchwald,
;- kj Maj
Gai K llin, Mayra Rej
eth M'einkle, Pa
Gadinaky, Rohm Kata, Renay Ro-
lenfield, Barbar Hinchfteld, OH*.
ia Lsnrln, SUM EpaMtn, and Ste-
ven Rosenblatt
Traditional (hanuka gifts will
!>e presented b> the PTA under
the direction of Mrs Harold J
Brooks, president The Religious
School, which includes the Nur
erj Kindergarten i> e pa r t me n t.
Lhe Solomon Schechtcx Daj Scl
\',, i kdaj and Sunday Reli [ious
School classes, and the Confirma-
tion Department, are under the <\\
reel supervision ol Dr In
i man and Samuel .1 1
cducal ional dii ei I
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... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Volume 38 Number 51
Friday. December 17. 1965
23 Kislev 5726
-.-.
What Chamika
Meam to Us
Chanuka. the Festival of Liahts.
will be launched with the first can-
dle on Saturday evening. The event
commemorates the ancient Jewish
struggle for religious freedom from
the tyrannical regime of the Graeco-
Syrian emperor Antiochus. See Sec.
C end D>.
As s-~> manv times throughout
our past, alien forces descended up-
on the integrity of our traditional
practice and sought to impose their
beliefs upon the Jews.
Determined to suppress Jewish
mcr/.heism. in the yecrr 168 BCE. An-
tiochus ordered that the Temple in
Jerusalem be used for pagan rites
and that sacrifices be offered there
to the Greek gods.
Under the leadership ->f Judah
Mcrcabeus the Jews rebelled and
achieved a stunning military victory
which culminated in the reconguer-
mg of Jerusalem, the expulsion of
the Syrians, and the cleansing ot the
Temple.
According to our history, all the
oil ior the holy lamps of the Temple had been
def.led by pagan worshipers. Only one un-
touched cruse of o>l was found, sealed and hid-
den away. The oil. which was enough to last
for one day. miraculously burned tor eight
days a sufficient amount of time in which
new, sanctified oil could be made.
Hence, the Festival of Chanuka lasts lor
eight days, with another candle added to the
Menorah each night.
The Hebrew word, Chanuka. means re-
dedication. and the holiday aptly refers to
the events following the stunning Maccabee
victory and cleasing of the Temple, with its
rededication to hallowed Jewish tradition.
But Chanuka is also a symbol of man's
first struggle against the dark forces of alien
societies that repeatedly seek to impose their
imprisoning will upon the free religious prac-
tice of others. In this sense, the festival sug-
gests man's repeated rededication to the ideals
of freedom
The Cart Before the Horse
The Synagogue Council ot America award
to Dr. Martin Luther King is a two-sided coin.
On the one hand, the Council, in many
ways as it does, representing the spuitual con-
science ^f ">ur nation's Jewsh community,
has by thi3 award recognized one of the im-
portant leaders in our era of the civil rights
movement.
Certainly, the synagogue must be sym-
bolic of human freedom, or else it symbolizes
ethical and moral principles purely in the ao-
stract.
On the other hand. Dr. King is more than
an important figure in the social revolution of
our time. Because it is a revolution, it is a po-
litical and economic phenomenon; and Dr.
King is as profoundly significant in these terms
as in any other indeed, more so, or his
leadership in the Negro rights movement
would hardly be meaningful.
Hence, it is up to organizations l'ke the
Synagogue Council of America to determine if
this is the area of identification which it aims
to achieve. It is, of course, right and laudable
that Dr. King be recognized for his contribu-
tions to human progress.
But at a time when the American Jewish
communi'v is faced by prob'.ams as profound-
ly importc:.: to its survival as those with which
Dr. King wrestles, should n2t the Synagogue
Council show as much interest in them as in
the more tashicnable" civil rights arena?
VW here mi two ore mu-
tually exclusive, and v. e is-
sue at all. Except too often it seems that while
we pay lip-service to our own difficulties we
are more then likely involved in the .Jita.is of
others because we believe greater distinctions
are attatched to them.
Bonn Forgets Past
The West German Parliament's action to
defer payments to the victims of Nazism is an
ominous sign of a new spirit that has slowly
begun to reemerge in this nation.
The excuse offered bv the Bonn govern-
ment is that those responsible for the country's
annual budaet have failed to take into ac-
count Germany's financial burdens and sag-
ging balance sheet.
Patently, the excuse is a falsehood Germany
today is the wealthiest and most powerful land
on the European continent.
We must instead look increasingly to the
restive signs of a renewed German national-
ism.
Persons of high influence in Bonn have
moie and more taken to bridle under what
they regard as then shackle to the past: the
German people's respoflsib'litv for the unspeak-
able Hitler holocaust. It is a responsibility they
Bonn's particular relationship to the Jew
ish victims of the Third Reich and to Israel is
one that increasingly reminds the country's
power structure of this past. The decision to de-
fer restitution payments suggests the by now
uncontrollable desire to forget it.
in AN ac of develo
cialuation. some
during (he week rr,:rrn';,;::,;
directions While otru
narrowing the snip, y
talent to fractional .,
expertise, these
leaders have expaiuii
horizons to embrace mil
- ies o' knowledge utnl
ity. The physician ha>
his case load to concentrate on one organ The attorney .1.
in income taxes, condemnations, estates, or appeals The dent
in his own r-teem as solely confined to extractions.
But. more and more, these rabbis today are Bjmultaneou
chologists, literary critics, politicians, economists and
tions experts. This is not intended as a broadside affair
tire field. It rather singles out those who aim to project .,
vision of themselves who u*e their pulpits as a launch:
extracurricular fame. Not all our spiritual leaders are
motivated, while, it must be here clarified, that those mi!
the new- liiuce are victims of the behavior of their colt.-,
patterns they must emulate Of else, they have perforce '-
to diversify as a consequence of the pressure of their .
who demand !>"k reviews, political analysis and pttudoi
treatment rather than religious experience
A eesfl In |H>int i- Rahbi Roland H GiUelSOhn, who I
new- tUtionall) twice during the past two weeks << h |
i. rent and somewhat startling w.i> On one oceaeios
M>hn ua- the subject ol a column bj Boris Smolai
the J.-wi-h Telegraphic Agency who di-cu-sci the
i.....k "Consecrated Unto Me publihed under th'- .
i nion of American Hebrew Congregations
: -: :-
GtiT.WG DOWN TO THf fOIHI
IN HIS ROLE |i sexol igisl according to Smolar. Ra'
sddreasei him-'11 to pit in ~ii*i shal
:.,,-- >! life much n ire than some sex books foi .
themselves to relt< Whal sroakj practical!) I>
id i- pi. tented m th.-
> u tales ins)
ted in detail, with no words
Some oi the details ot -he bodily part ate more li
> methods >! ,: nancy, which are outlined
sters in full iii
In his rim- a- a political exi-ert Rabbi Glttelsohn I
front i week latei thi- time to protest ;i
him of a Good G eminent Award bj the Crossup-Pisl
\ : i Bostoi us of hi-- sponsoi sh .
.; march in Washington protesting United States
\ let Nam
Tun.ing foi moment to religious C <
Gittelaohn defended himself b) insisting that he did
in the protest march which, he said, occurred on .. -
delivered binuell of tin- smokescreen apologu Ihei
to the point The claim that patriotism at all tinx
critical acceptance of Governmenl policy is a charactci
tator>lnp. not democracy, he declared

TN( DOUBlf MOBAl SIAHOAUD
?HIS IS. oi course, true No one can argue with Rabhi
' here Hut neither should he pretend bewilderment '' M
American Legion t*>-t find- hi- objection to the Viet Nam u
Incompatible with what it believes are the principle- oi
ward -tand- in fact therefore, William Currta, eomn .r of
the Crossup-Pishon Post wa- a- correct in his Mew when '
that Rabbi Glttelsohn "has a rn-.ht to do what he .
jii-t ;i tnattei "f polic) We ire supporting th- natmr-.a;
the American Legion, which has supported our United s
tional policy
Even if hardl) a- literar\ a- one would hop,- -h.-
to in- it inawen the Glttelsohn charge In kind Tl
it i- to ( expected, mans people who will criticize the \
"i sctioi d isti it a- something negat
the organisation at large But the) will he the ver> ism
ived of the citation In the fir-t place, and hailed the
Rabbi Gittelaohn to rr.-.-n.- it a- singularl) fitting
Tin- i- the kind .if dOUl -'andard
.t from those who over the >ear- an l perhai
on the American .- a trorthlass body, recalciti u I
wayward in iti behavioi it- tlunkiu.-
le in II p.ut at th.- same luni
iu-i\' to th,. Legion's occasional support "i lewish
lari ;, i,i tad |t^ equal!)
with the Jewish Wai Veterans of the ISA -pn-cit
Honor for Jabotinsky
The establishment of scholarshios hon n
ing the memory of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky
at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem certain-
ly spoils the end of an era in the history of
modern Israel.
Founder of the Zionist-Revisionist move-
ment. Jabotinsky died and lay buried in a
cemetery in Long Island, N.Y., for manv years
despite his last will and testament, which spe-
cifically requested that his remains be trans-
ferred to a new Jewish State on the occasion
of its establishment.
Despite the emergence of Israel in 1948.
Jabotinsky's request was baned until March.
1964. when the Eshkol Government moved tc
bring his remains to the country for reburial.
The establishment of scholarships at Ho
brew University to honor his memory now aoes
a step further to bring Vladimir Jabotinsky s
roper focus in the pages o! mod
Israel's history.
THf lABftf NO tONGfff A *ABBI

BABBI GITTELSOHN was Indeed choMvi tor tog '
l'o i Lei ion ,\w..; : other things, bacat
""- itlonal chaplain of th.- .iwv Rut n.me .f th-
real!) obtains snj la i Foi surely, within the (ivme*jrerk
principles, the legion had the nyht to withdraw th
liittelMjhn and hl -upport. row seek ou' 'In- OOver*
ttie com in cnticL/in the action, hut they will be oeiibt
noi ng th. po lihilit) 'hat the Legion showed greater i-
m its behavior than the Rabbi displayed in hi- own
it would seen that Rabbi i.ittrisohn is after hc lad
ir upon the Legion some of his extended p.i-torat
m-Iiiij;, which he now view- in purel> political term* IVth.ire-
wonder it is po-sihle to proscl\ti/e in the baekvard of a
v.-t.-ran- organisation in suggesting that there I. nothing am
in beui,; cnUcal of the I S poiiC) in Viet \am
There >-. Ol >our-e. nothin*; unpatriotic in thi-i km 1 >'
k:i'(l> civil rlisobedtenea flagrant vlolatJ
law. and ojH-n violence can not b \ called cnliciSBBJ
U.....' on i- no longer whi >n
in withdrawing the sward ih.- mora Immediate considerafinn -
Rabbi Glttelsohn i i rabbi '
in poBl
" ;'alpll to take on the role oi
N


Friday. December 17. 1965
hm\t fhrktinr
Page 3-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Ecumenical Results Need Reviewing

JDITOR. The Jtwith Floridian:
my ol if Jci-h leader
beguiled by thc-r own
n m accepting as exon
.....ni I BthoHC pronounce
oncernftng the how and
ii ili.ith This man Hied
: g tWO tOtVft against ob-
;< conditions in the Tern
I his day. creating un
lerious diaturbanesjs
rtainly l"d to pillage and
led lo a massacre
time .it the hands of the
rdians (John ~ 13 it>
121
lesoi responsible for the
led m I.uke 1.1 1 he
thai first terroristic raid''
lii re thai Galileans, men
province, ova killed by
ud their sacriflcas The
> de there WSS in hil
sedition murder and
lohn lb 4(1 I.uke 2.1 191
In which of theie could not
Jems be inculpated, the fact*
being openly nd truthfully pro-
tented? Sedition is certainly
spelled out when Pilate dared
ask a multitude of Jerusalemites
if they wanted the release of
"the King ot the Jews" (John
18:39). The Nazerene asked his
followers to arm themselves at
all costs, and they offered
bloody resistance when Jesus
was taken in custody (Luke 27:
34, 49-50' In spite of the cry
that Jesus was "innocent," the
Gospels closely scrutinized
spells out acts which were crim-
inal under any code.
Whj do we have lo apologise lo
in) om for what happened lo Je-
sus? Th< facti even aa offered in
the Nev. Testament, sre wfficlenl
l> condemnatory of ibe Natarene
The lati i atholic council has
been leading us up a blind alley.
I shkol Feeling Good:
Eves Return to Helm
and we have lo go hack shame descendants of the two trlbei of
faeedly the waj we came In it~ Bphraim and sfenashe.
decree exhorted followers that In In the Ixtok written by the late
catechetical work or In preaching president of Israel Yitzchak Hen
they do no! teach anything Z\i. "Nldcbei Yisraet," or the
hat is inconsistent with the truth ''Banished of Israel," he has a
of the Gospel." That 'truth'" may \ery Illuminating chapter on the
he questioned, and by it we are Samaritans Ben-Zvl stales a- fol
shown the door by which we en lows
tere.l There are three family group
A Christian lady in S letter to in us The Family Al l'inafi orig-
one of the nation's leading macs mate from the tribe >f Bphraim
/ines 'Time. Nov 5) unwittingly The family of Sabahia originate
points up the fane perpetrated by from the tribe of Meaashe The
the Cnthrtrtc tflrt)lolans Too,sTT*XohaninT Family belong to the
.lews are the children of those tribe of Levi (which was a direcl
same lews.- she writes, -who descendant of Aaron. Moses
cry' out. "Lei His blood be on us rother ')
and on our children We Jews
are no Utter off than before. I-*t
us watt proudl) in our truth in
God as it has been handed down
to us 1 am the Ixird. and there
i~ none else, there is no Clod l>c
sides Me dsaiah 46:9).
DAVID B TRYPHO
Miami
An added note wa
in the year 1624, the
ant of the Kohanim
the title Of Kotien WS
to i family of Le\ lt b
the "Kolian Godol
However this Mlial
should not tarnish
search done bj, Mr
df our oldest li> Ii
splinter group ol ant
- given "nat
i. gi descend-
i xpired ind
transferred
He is
: discreps j
i in-, re-
Kll on
xamptei f
unt Jui
MY SOC-'N
Miami
uthoruid Diaim
Sin ms
rHJjH
HEARING AIDS
A,l m I '
STANLEY GOULD
<8 !WHR"a'rs',J
Continued from Page 1-A
s Party leader, in another
. "c-t to persuade the religious
l cc to join the new coalition.
"< NRP is a member of the
'going coalition which is now
* caretaker status ponding
("nation of a new Government.
Sources -aid Mr Shapiro
give Mrs Meir a definite
hut ii was reported that
- of the religious bloc join
coalition had Increased m
vi and that a compromise
> lajnd f\ en i u religious
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Gen Zvi Tsur. who was elected
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EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian
In reading Part I Of I-eon J.
BU'a article on the "Samaritan
Place in Jewish History." 1 find
a little discrepancy In his descrip-
tion that the Samaritans are direct
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Friday. December 17. 1965
UJA Sets $73,420,000 Goal for Needs
Continued from Page 1-A
1 t:u>.000 Jews from lands of de>
paii to lands of freedom, with l-
37:* 000 of that total given haven
in Israel.'' He said the principal
tasks confronting the UJA for 1966
w i re
1. A stepped up program to
help Israel absorb 200,000 dis-
advantaged immigrants from
North African and Asian coun-
tries settled in 21 new develop-
ment towns established through-
out Israel;
2 Large-scale aid to transport
and settle an anticipated 55.000
Jewish immigrants from distressed
areas of Europe. Ninth Africa and
\-ia. in Israel and other land.- of
the frccworld;
3. Increased aid tor some 400.000
Jews in dire need in various Mos
lem countries and in Europe
Terming the UJA's 1966 goal of
$73,420,000 as seemingly enorm-
ous but, in li^ht of the needs, -till
inadequate." Fisher told the dele
- "l-et u> use the goal as I
stimulus toward a minimal tar-
get For the global needs we haw
discussed here must remind US
that, even if we reach the fioal.
there will still be a tremendous
distance to cover In performing
..11 the life-saving and life-renew
ing tasks that remain unfulfilled
Rabhi Herbert A Friedman who
was reeltcted to in- nth year as
I'JA executive Mce chairman, dec-
lared that the 1966 goal was based
on a realistic appraisal of fund
raising possibilities The $73,420.
000 MUgbl for 1966. he pointed
"ut. is approximately 20 percent
budgetary needs of UJA supported
agencies, which total $116,685,000
\:tei noting that IMA supported
ties overseas will lose $17,
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end of annual allocations from
German reparation funds. Rahhi
Friedman reported that "it ap
pears that, in 1965. UJA "ill re
ceive Sti2.000.000 from the Ameri
can Jewish community." "That
sum." he said, "would represent
n iiKiea.-e of about S2.000.000
OVar the sums raised eaeh year b>
the UJA for. the last lour years
He then told the conference
in 1906, the United Jewish Ap
peal will come to the communities
with a new and challenging pro-
posal. We will point out that the
authentic needs overseas are al-
ways many millions more than
American .lews attain in then
for Israel presented 1966 budg-
et which seeks $82,585,000 to
help 388,000 persons. The 1966
budget of the Joint Distribution
Committee seeks $28,780,000 to
id 413.180 persons. The remain-
ing financial requirements of
$5,320,000 include the needs of
the New York Association for
New Americans, and the United
Hias Service, to aid 15,500 Jew-
ish refugees emigrating to the
U.S. and other countries outside
of Israel, and national adminis-
trative expenditures.
one of the highlights of the con-
ference. a.s the banquet session
Sunday night eummeinoratini; the
I'lfllU'Irlniverslry of the1 Allied vTc
fund-raising efforts in lifi. these
will total more than SI 16,000.000 lory in Europe and the liberation
for all of the UJA's agencies. But Qf the survivors of the Nazi eon
we will aas since we cannot t,t.nII.aI1(1I1 ,.amps fisher who pw
raise that full amount let us
try to raise 20 percent or 25 per
cent more than the S62.0O0.0O0 we
raised in 1965. Let us work to-
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OOO.'1
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816,000 needy Jews in 30 coun-
tries throughout the world, in-
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the conference by the top exe-
cutives of the four UJA-support-
ed agencies. The Jewish Agency
aided at the dinner session at the
New York Hilton Hotel attended
b) more than 2.500 delegates and
guests, presented gold medallions
to three of the World Wa: II mill
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Great Britain'- Field Marshal, the
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Pierre Joseph Koenig, who was
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JmittrkrMi >r
Page 7-A
Chanuka: Festival of Lights Customs
Continue from Peoe t-A
n i nial form. Apparently, then- was
., desir* the part of the rabbi-.
Ol old to have Chanuka olwrved
a- holiday on which work wav
to be prohibited uch as i* the
i.ne on major holidays The jjen
. *J coneensu* was that this would
rot be too practical Thus, somr
n--strict ed lioth men and women
lnim worklni while the can,lie
H etc burninit
other* finding this to I* Im
practical as well, at lets! restricted
tha women from pci'Rhnifllf, tlten
! i-iiM-hoM choivs iluritie this pe
i il xo that at laaitl surne meastjri
ol the (irtKiiial intention be car
i iei out to insure the pre\alencr
the holiday spirit' leat In
1I homo.

Why *r* th* Chanuka candles
lb in fh* synaaaair* at an earlier
Hm than whan th*y ara lb in
tha ham*?
tThe mot win>l> Recent cd fr:i
i.oii i> to littht the ( hanukn
(..miles in the home onl) .it or af
ler the appear arce of the Stars
This is alxiut twentv to Uvt>nt\
fi\r minute- after the astronomi-
cal BUBMrl In the synagogue, how
e\ei the tiarlitional calls fur the
candles to In- lit at the time nt
the astronomical sunset, before the
COmjSMaUon offers the Maari\
ervase i lie raaaaa for thia dii
ferance i quite obvious If the
Chanuka candles were lit in the
ivssBjsjogue after the apnea:
of the Han, this might at i
time when the congregation has
already completed the prayers <>f
Maarb and even one may have
tone bams FHajrallr the candles
are lit in the svna^oe.iie so that
the wop-h'pers assembled as a
congregation, ha) see them
Therefor* if the worshipers are
not going (0 Ih- (here, there is no
use in lighting the candles in the
synagogue Traditional authorities
insist that there lie a quorum pres
ent in the synagogue of ten men' when the candles arc
Id In the home, there is no such
problem sine* the family is cither
then assembled, or each one lights
his mm candies It should be
slated however, that a number of
responsible people follow the opin
ion of MaJmonldes ho insisted
that even iii the home the candles
be lit at the time of astronomical
unset and thus tin- time would
coincide with the tune when the
candles are lit in the synagogue
. Some follow the authorities who
rule that the candles ma> be lit
II before the astronomical sun
set from the period known as
| "I'lau HaMinchah" (this is the
last hour and one quarter oi .i
twelve hour da> It is also to lie
i noted that while the Chanuka can
(Ik's are burning in the synagogue
in the morning during the pray-
ers and later where people remain
in the synagogue to study), thej
are not lit in the home in the
morning This i~ because their be-
ing lit hi the synagogue In Ih*
morning accomplishes the public
bring of the miracle in public,
while the home is relativeh to be
regarded as a private domain
Temple Sinai of No. Dade Buys Land
Temple Sinai of North Dade
Tuesday announced the purchasi
ol &3S-acre tract of land fas it-
isgictuar)
i he i ropertj Is at Mfasl N8
Am-. former!) the Greynokh
I'ai k Biding Avcademj
No price has ;,v \,-t been tHs
ci......i According t" Di Sanford
i ...'-.. president ol Temple Sinai
i tins] of the sajrafaaaa, paatalma
t clearing of legal details will
take place in vxeral months
Rabbi Oaniai Lowy, spiritual
leader of tba Tempi*, said that
the sanctuary will taw tha first
structure t* ba erected an th.
property. This will ba followed
by a social hall and tban a school
Suildino.
'IVmple Sinai sold its fortnei
rental
on Miami Beacn
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site at 1480 NK 123rd SI No.
Miami last summer to Ivan rors
Studio, a motion picture compatu
which produces, imong other tea
lures, the Flipper television series
The Temple moved into temporary
quarters al 1820 \K 164th si No
Mi.hi.i Beach, on Sept. 1
since 'hell, we have held sen
ues .it Washington Federal Audi
fonwm **> NF IfVTfh St and re
Itgfow school classes at the John
r Kennedy Junior High School.
ftahbi Levy explained
We chose North Miami Beach
fur our new site because there is
a far greater membership poten
tial. and we can be of greater serv
ice to the community there than
we were before.'" he added
Th* congregation celebrate*
I its tenth anniversary *n Nov 7$.
and sine* movinj Ha mambar-
sbip ranks bav* !ncr*a**d by IS
families. "We bop* double
our membership by the time our
naw sanctuary is completed,'' ee-
cording t* Rabbi Lowy.
No timetable for building has
as vet been settled, he noted
Temple Sinai was organized in
November. '55 and met the first
time in North Miami Beach f'ity
Hall on Nov 22. with Or Joseph
R Narot. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami, offi-
ciating in a guest capacity The
Temple 1 first sit* was comprised
of six acres of land made in two
donations to the fledgling congre-
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Friday. December 17. 195
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Bonn Lower House Approves Delay
""consumers of champagne
iplriti are listed directly gfti
tun- of Nazism '
Cor>tinu*d from Pag* 1 A
I) Conference on Jewish Mater
i. aim- \ gainst Germany, head-
c Dr Nahum iloldmann. de-
ed the measure and threat
i to appeal against it to the
W i (icrman Constitutional Court
bill n > goes to the BundM
ra: if i tingle reading and ap
i l and then to President Lueb
Kt >r sig] iture, which is auto-
Judge Barad
To Talk Sunday
V
Band
meet
Miami Jewish
nal Fund Council on Sunday
e Fontainebleau Motel
tro Judge Frederick
v<. >e guest speaker at a
ii.. l the Greater
inatic It must then he -unod by
Chancellor F.rhard. whose Cabinet
sponsored it The bill will become
law 14 daya atter it is published in
the Official CJazette and then
would presumably be subject to a
court tesl
Prior to Bundestag passage, i>i
GoldmaiUl said in London he
hoped that the deferment prow
moms would be removed from the
bill and expressed great indl >
tion" ovei West German treatmenl
of compensation "on the same
!i.ws a- an) other obli ;ation or
promises to categories ol the Ger
man population He emphasized
that West Germany's compensation
ham Bornstein, in announc
i' .lud,.- Band's appearance,
that the meeting will honor
ird S Iver, longtime JNF
u er ; r hi- dedication and
.* ce to the Jewish National
E in general and for onginat-
ii he Baal Shem I'm Forest par
tie. rl>
C'iginally designed as t 5,000-
t* forest. Silver launched the
prc(ect with 10,000 trees follow-
ing his on-the-spot visit to Is-
r*: this year. The forest has
b**n founded in memory of his
pi -snts.
- !ver i- read) to plant an ad
dit ial I5iKK) trees.' Bornstein
.) tred Wednesday, "and he has
t*: instrumental in securing
is for 10.000 trees from per
m Mexico, Switzerland and
V i Beach "
Baal Shem To\ Forest (la-
in- hailed h> President Zalman
SI .i. of Israel
Sunda) nigh) program will
le a Chanuka musical presen
t. i b) Cantor Saul Breh, of
Eh Kaphjel Congregation
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nal indemnification law. passed
last May had declared twice that
compensation payments wen due
immediately and that the law itself
did not fully satisfy the legitimate
claims of the victims and had !
accepted h> Jewish
reluctantl) on the assumption that
the payments would be made Int
mediate!) He also contended thai
the measure conflicted with v
tide Three of the Wesl
constitution guannteel
or acquired propel f. n [ht-< Final
1> he noted, sum a i Is <
included in the all
groups receiving Governmenl
menta so thai former Nazi Vid
: suffei while ton u i N
laws were based "on the recmsm-.. h, fhchl, ernice wtmld Ml
tion ol Germany's dut) to compen-
sate the victims of Nazism at least
ly, and to regard this as i
moral obligation which has prior
ity over an\ other financial obli
gation "
He said that the Claims Con-
ference planned a protest to the
West German Government on a
number of points. He said these
included the fact that the special
category of victims had already
waited 20 years or more, that
most of them were old and could
hardly wait months, let alone
years and that compensation was
a debt of honor and not to be de-
ferred. He noted that West Ger-
man leaders had said repeatedly
that compensation merited the
highest priority.
He pointed out also that the fi
Karl Guenther
Government press
that the Cabinet
and rejected the
von Haae, tin1
spokesman, said
had considered
Claims Confer
eia-e protests that the measure was
unconstitutional
The Claims Conference also as
serted, in Bonn, thai the curtail
ment plan, il finall) adopted
might affect old claim- still await
inn adjudication The Claims Con
ference said that there were more
than 250.000 "old claim- awaiting
action which could !* affected l>\
the proposed cuts in the Govern
ment s 1966 and 19*17 budgets
Budget cuts for 1966 and I9ti7
would hence "ilMVitabl) cut into
both the old and new claims await
m; processing
M the argument that the claim-
ants would not be deprived of
their claims and that "only" 30
to 43 percent of the new claims
might be deferred to future
years. The Claims Conference
said that many of the affected
claimants might not live that
long
The Central Vw~
m Germai \ Issued a statement
the measure ul
a| Kurt Gros esentative
'. : termenl
hardest a- the'
md the .mow- of such
He -aid failure to start
UasUJ uayuieou ui la** would
i i lemn
,.ie b) Chancelloi El
the final in
demt !- prosed
l he laims i
: all those affe< led i>\
the proposed budget curtailment.
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The Claims
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little consolation
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Mazeppa. Adah Isaacs Menken.
Born in IMS, in a suburb of New
Orleans, Adah was unusually precocious,
especially in her fluency with foreign
languages. In 1856, she met and married
Alexander Menken. Through friends of
his, she joined an amateur dramatic
group in New Orleans. Soon after, she
launched her professional career, one
which was to make her the most famous
actress of her decade.
Adah's big break came when she landed
the lead role in the play, Mazeppa. This
part catapulted her to stardom. While-
playing Mazeppa in California, during
the <;..!d Rush days, she created as much
stir as a ({old strike itself.
Adah's sureI MO! spread across the
Atlantic. I/indon and Paris received her
with open arms. Royalty even came to
see Adah perform. Among her friends
were Dickens. Dumas. Swinburne and
other literary notabN
Adah's interest in acting did not dim
her genuine involvement with Judaism.
Nothing could induce her to perform on
Yom Kippur. Even before Her/1, ih
championed a Jewish state in Palestine
In the Hall of Fame for early Amen. ,n
predecessors to Zionism, the niche be-
tween HordecaJ Manuel Noah and Emma
Lazarus is occupied by Adah Isaacs
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Page 9-A
Tifereth Jacob Festivity
" i 'lunuka Fridaj !>< 24. ai
8:18 p.m., Sisterhood -f Temple
rifereth Jacob *iil present a
Iran if a living I 'hanuka
.!> norah imdei the direction of
;v.*t r>i Maurice Klein
rh( mhri will par
' icips
Mrs Mimi Klein, Sisterhood
. id Mrs K;i> Lingaton, Mrs
Harriet Klingei Mrs Harriet
m, Mrs Evelyn Sllvenssan,
Mi- Thelma Wilco, Mrs Sydel
Lev itch Mi 1 ran Vi -.man and
Mrs \ icki Mi I
Si the religious schools
enting ap
liturg) m
mi bi II i Isaac Maya.
Sunn) 9umh \v"n
i Gross
Rabbi Maurice Klein will speak
on "The Dialogue of candle* in
the Living Menorah
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Now Beard of Directors for the Men's Club
of th' Greater Miami YMHA holds its first
mecrtii ol 'he new facilities at 8530 SW 8th
St P. :nd proajams for the remainder of
the yer were discussed at the meeting. Seat-
ed (left to right) are vice president. Ben Harris;
president, AI Raven; treasurer. Howard Hey
man. Standing are Leonard Yesner. AI Jack-
son, Ben Slutsky. Dr. Richard Maisel. and
Herbert Markowitz.
VJCong Flavs Chanuka in Schools
Co^.nued from Pag. M reading and prayer recitation per
nutted SUCh practice-
barraacn I to ddldren whose re [t |s cU,:ir ,,lat ,h(, ume pro
fa are Infringed upon hibitiun applies to religious noli
!n what the] may OS required to day exercises such a- Christinas
Iq ,n rder tO participate in and (hanuka
school re.-fcious ceremonies"
Mr Man added The fact that
children may be excused from par
tioipatini in religious exercises
does in the the constitutional
violation any ken serious The
Supreme i urt full) considered
and i, ( th<- argument that
excusini | i ils from school Bible
Beth K c: -sh Celebration
Mr Mrs Philip I. Cool will
host tht indent hanuka i
turn at Beth Kodaah Congregation
.n S l'1 1' i '
Following Mi Mann's report thi
American Jewish I ongress adopt
ed a statement .i--eitmu
"Religion in the home, in the
church and in tht synagogue
serves incomparably to ennoble
the spirit of mankind. But reli-
gion in the public schools no
matter how dressed up or water-
ed down serves only to harass,
hurt and dislocate children of
minority faiths and to impair
wholesome classroom relation-
ships."
Th.- statement continued
Public -.'lu.; offii
. : i ner
ally persons of Rood will who
would not knowingly hurt any
child committed to their care.
often however, they are com
pletely unaware of the harm
caused to children of the Jewish
and other minority faith- b) sec
tarian intrusion-
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Jeist Huridik nr
Friday. December 17. 1965
Sends Hate
Literature From
Cairo Quarters |
By Special Report
MM Helmut Cfftr, pub-
lur of pro Na/i literature who
il to Egypt from Wl OlMHI
-t March while on trial for di*
urinating anli-democratic pr tnda. is now sending out his
oka from Cairo, whore he has
r-l.-ililished his neo-Nazi pub-
hinR house. Zaehaitah Sinister.
E iropean .iirector of the AlimrtMII
wish Committee, revealed her*
Cramer, a former Intersturm-
nrer of Waffen SS, who is the
oprk'tor of the Rinn puhllshing
use. is now distributing a etr-
i Lai letter in Germany inforniirm
tontial clients that he will con-
lue his activities from Cairo and
al he will I*- publishing new neo
i books in 1966 and also make
ailable the volumes published
evioush most of which glonf>
e Waffcn-SS and the Hitler re-
. lie.
Cramer took wi*rt him to
Egypt 28,500 copies of works
rHet had been confiscated by the
.Vest German police in connec-
on with his trial volumes
ty German SS leader Otto Skor-
:eny, and by Gunter Werdorf,
h joker Normann," was put on
- le list of "publications en
: anaoring youth" by the West
Penman Federal Review Office
t 1963 because of its approba-
on of National Socialism.
Egypt, alread) .i known haven
Bfaii war criminals and prop
-nndist^ in N'assei s employ, can
h !>< i Kpected to become
ling d stributien center for
. uaga neo Nazi liters
I e as Well -nice Cramer has in
led his Hum Verlag there. Mr
S ustei d<
ck&H.
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Beth David Religious School celebrates Chanuka. Members of
Grade Bet I. taught by Hersch Berman. show part of what their
class will do at the Chanuka Assembly on Sunday, with the
whole class participating. Lett to right (rear) are Daniel Lei-
bow. Sammy Benson. John Shiekman. and Michael Soule. Left
to right (front row) are Joan Gottlieb. Francine Berkowitz, Lisa
Ben, and Heidi Gouz._________________________
U.S. Asked to Intervene With Bonn
Continued from Page 1A
might otherwise surround this
VIMt
"deep disappointment which would
be fell in the United State* I this
step were to he taken, as well ;>s
pointing (Hit the prejudices to the
Ben Janata asked the Depart ; right* oi United states citizens
ment to instruct the American Am Re noted that "many of these at
bassador in Bonn to convey the bens are aged and ill."
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19th SEASON FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS
From 7 to 17
Herman and Harry Papkin at Atlanta. Ha., and
BLUE STAR CAMPS
llrmlrrsoni ilh-. Xarth t arallna
Extend Hanukah Greetings and Best Wishes to our many friends, former campers and
staff, and cordially invite those from the Greater Miami Area
(even if they have not been to Camp before) to |Oin us for our
ANNUAL GET-TOGETHERS
TO BE HELD
SATURDAY, DEC. 25, Hollywood Beach Hotel, beginning at 7 p.m., and
on SUNDAY, DEC. 26, Spector Hall, Beth David Synagogue, Miami Beginning at 2 p.m.
COLOR FILMS
REFRESHMENTS
FELLOWSHIP
RENEW CAMP FREINDSHIPS
SHARE OUR PLANS FOR
19th CREATIVE SEASON
A PREVIEW Of THINGS TO COME .
Creative one talented tmmtptn pleat* Mil He. I belew:
We've ADDID Drama, Dane one! Art te mm Creative Art*
Center Ana we've ADDED Phyi.cm frnsesi te aer Bosket
ball Came. Come, hear the plant ....
BLUE STAR HAS TEN* EXCITING AND CREATIVE PROGRAMS FOR 1966 .. .
We invite you to be with us to hear about them! If you can't attend one of our GET-TOGETHERS than please contact or
write to our FULL-TIME winter offices: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta. Ga.. 30309 Phone 404 872-1723.
Blue Star's 1966
Ten (10) Creative Programs:
(All trades as of September 1966)
(1) PIONEER GIRLS CAMP
* (trade 2nd thru til In
(2) PIONEER BOYS CAMP
Grade 2nd thru 0thi
(3) SENIOR GIRLS CAMP
Grades 7th thru 9thi
(4) SENIOR BOYS CAMP
h__M 7th thru 9th>
(5) COED TEENAGE VILLAGE
fGrades loth thru 12th)
(6) CO-BO COUNSELOR-TRAINEES
iLMh Grade oul\
(7) CO-ED TOUR TO EUROPE
B ISRAEL
(Gradei nth & I2th>
() CO-ED CREATIVE ARTS
CENTER
Grades 4th thru 9thI
(9) BOYS' SOUTHERN BASKET
BALL A PHYSICAL
FITNESS CAMP
Grades 0th thru 12th)
(10) TWO WEEK COED CAMP
(Grades 2nd tlnu 8tu
EARLY ENROLLMENT IS NECESSARY
.O AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
let us hear from you soon-Well be happy to meet with you
PERSONALLY and INDIVIDUALLY
te talk about your summer plans .
Call us locally at PtanUin 1-8205
196* DATES & FEES
1964 Schedule of NINE (9) programs with dates
. for Girls end Boys from 7 to 17 year* of aoe:
Program
TBaWbaa Sta-toa
Firal Session
Secoad Session
Si\ Week Session
Full Season
Europe-Israel Tour
Southern Basketball
.v Physiasfl
Fitness Camp
Dates
June 721
June 22 Jul) 1H
July 20 Auk If
June 7 July 18
June 22 Auk 18
July 10-Aug. 14
Juno 7 21
Creative Arts Center [June 22 July 18
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resident of National Reform Rabbinic
!y to Address Beth Sholom 23rd Anniv.
Lbbl Jacob i Weineteln, na
,.,i prcsidtnt <>f tha Central
, of American Rabbis
.1 M-niinn of rrdodi cation
. Fridaj >^"t aervlcea at
L,|.i,. Betfa Sboton of Miami
[ih Hii ''k ,,l ition'i celebration
\\ 23rd annivertan to he cli
. a dinner dance Sunda)
the Americana Hotel
i.,,]. i of the too spiritual lead
. is Reform movement,
Mjj Weinsteia U In his 28th
it K A M Temple in (hi.
1 Reform congregation in iho
1,11, West lie moved to his tin
it assignment from the pulpit
f, uregatlon Sherlth Israel In
Francisco
National chairman of th* Na-
tional Committ*. for Labor Is-
rael (Hiitadrut), Rabbi Wein
st.ln it in tht forefront of or-
ganiied support for the State of
lira.I through Israel Bonds, the
United Jewish Appeal and other
national agencies.
In April, 1861 Pr sidenl K. i
ned> appoint* a Hal I i Weinstein
in the Presidi nl ommittee on
Equal Employment Opportunitj
Km in i nal ional 11 cognition c
to him with an appointment b>
of Commerce Luthei
llodges to 1 he B isiness Et hi< VI
visorj Council later in the
yeai
lie ha- reo ived thi Immigrant
Sei ice 11 ague Award and .< Dai
u-l Burnham Award from H i i
sell i Diversity and the < 'Ian
RUSSIAN DENIES TOTAL NASSER SUPPORT
Golda Meir and Red
Envov Meet for Talks
RABBI J4C0B WllNSltlN
i., \ a....i ,n recogniti l
his distinguish) -i leader
ship in metropolitan ('bica !<
Continued from Page 1-A
took thai and durii a i neral
exchange o( views with Mrs Men
on how to impi" I he Israel 5o\
let n 0} also com
plained thai the Israeli press .i~
generalb hostile to the Soviet
l nion .ii d ai Rued that the im
rovemi :ii of relations depended
also "ii Israel attitude lo\ ard
questions vital to the USSR such
as West German polic\
Political observers here were
awaiting some indication from
Moscow as to whether the Am-
bassador's joining in the ex-
change was simply one of ge
eralines or whether the Sovie"-
were actually seeking tn Im-
provement in relations.
while, Shmuel Mikunia "
Uoshc Sneh, leaders ol the "m<
. i.ii. if Israel tiny Co
munisl part). told a i leeting
the cci 11al commilU tli' fc
lion that there was i ."erj p>
peel loi improved n Lationa
rween Israel and Mom-ou
The part) formally split 1 '
i thi Soviet Conunun
leadership gave its blessing to t
Mikunis Sneh faction
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Friday. l^Cfarnbor 17. 1965
We/i
9
IOUS
s
er vices
' J his (A/eehend
OrthodO. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber.
T.rERETH .SRAPL N ; .'s.M,,.n M. n-r-h > eta*
Conservativa. Rbbl Hanry :IS P _#
Wern.ch LBI1KP. icglfL OF MIAMI BEACH
I ..,.,, m B.BI Sermon Rellslou* VOUNO I
v | M.iui.l.iy V tti S.-rnvT,
eervative Rabbi Alfred Waaman.
Por
AGUDATH ACHIM. Lf.nbirfl, H-.ei.
S305 Coliin. Ave. Orthono.
PrMaTJ I i' i, ii. .-..i .rl.iy I .-. m Mb-
p in
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At-A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 005 SW 67th Ave Oortnoaoa
Cantor Israel Kfrjhotr.
rVfttay lft p.rn I h piaalier, .!*(
1 (;...if< -r f..rnu i | \ int
n. v (leneral >>f MorMa Topic
' i M ..f Rurhti-

AGUDATH ISRAEL 780* Carij| Ava
Orthodo" Rabbi laaac Ever
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IETH DAVID 26^5 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
Wnliam W. Lipor>
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Uj .,ti i Mr*
Haxve) KriMinan Mm.ha I | .in

EETH EL V SW -- Uitnj.
oca Rabbi Solomon Sehiff.
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grrmon: Broahe-ra UeJ
ol Mr and mp
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EETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
oo> R.iBb. Berel Wein.
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BETH JACOB. 305 Waahmoton Ave
O'thodox Rabbi Shrnaryahu T.
Sv.irky Canter Maurlta Mamches.
Hal la) S.JO, a-aa
Th MaaTirlf i nl nlluro."
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BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ava-
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben.AN.
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i ertj far All Mr and atra Sam
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
330 W Dixie Hy Conservat ve
Rabbi Richard Marcovitx. Cantor
Seymour Htnkes
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Ave Conservative C.i"tor Saul H.
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IE'h TFILA-H ii Euclid Ave. Or-
:-c3o Rar-tv Joseph E. Rckovy
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EE' TORAM -64th St and NE 11th
a.- Conaervativa Rahbi Mm Lip-
t tj Cantor Jacob Renier.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml.
AMI 1242 Waahmoton Aye. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencv.eig
FLAGLTfT GRANlVeA 5C NW Slat
I Pi. Conservative Rabbi David Ros-
nfrlfl Cantor George Goidbera
!; i,!... ." i m .-. rmi n L*l PI
v, Bar Mlta-
,.,i. i: .. son 14 all and Mn I
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FT LAUDERDALE EVANUEL. 1801
S Andrews Ave Reform Rabb'
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
a
FT LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. S47 E. Oaaiand Park Blvd
Conservative. Charles Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L Morns cantor
a
HALLANDALE JEW SH CENTER
410 E Beach Blvd Rev. Paul
Deutsch
l Ida | I p.n lr\ Inf Spex
_ ... !.. Israel-
:t.- i Vni. r. Miami '' Th< Je>a -
,.l, I.. ,....-..,.- H< lai
Shabhal Mrs B< i -
Mra B Rtcb
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinatraa
Or. Orthooox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groas. dB
j-r | .i ni
; III. VK. -
Mini :.
a
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI 1201
Johnson St Conservative Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Ychudah
Hatlbraufi
a
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER Stn
St Homestead Conae'vative.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER I17 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L
L Drarm Cantor Louis Cohan.
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE '532 Washington Ava
Orthodox Rabbi Tiber h Stern
rVrtl
11 ..
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Wabar-
man
Baturdaj lb < IJajhl
and l Ksrknaaa Mini ba P "'
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SERHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. *
Collins Ava. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah-
miaa.
Prlday I p.w Mm.iia aatnrlca Bat-
ur.i.ix SO .. Be-rtnoi n Yi
Itai Mlttvali Marco
Mr ..nil Mr- ll.n alsUMl
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 10151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah '
F. Caplan.
i ..n.i v r. p 111 Uaraaon
.,-. -- How a. .1 w h< n
B^UurdsM* -* -ra Serin.hi U.-t n
ni.-ni v r.;.--im. >!.; ,
hit p m
a
TEMPLE AOATH VESHURUN Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St Miami
Cardrni Rd Rabbi Samuel R Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
>. i n \ iri .k.,
Trip Around th v\ W Sal irda
ir MMi..'1 -
Mi Mra K m h
l.lpman n.i: Mai Hi Mi
Mr- .1. ,, '

William Pfcvtl
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 S Kerdall
Dr.. So Miami Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr
i v ''.I ,, t)l S. r'n.'li in '
n..u. I,., J. .. -i H...k Month
and Trands In ronti
-i ThoualM Sal u 'L..
Haa Mmvah l^- t III
Mra i- Harrla Bat Mlu
r.i.. .r.i. -..ii of Mra l'i... s-"ii
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH ?S00 SW
120th St. Reconstr..ct'cnist Rabbi
Morris Skop
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly.
wood i72*> Monroe *t Conse-vative
Rabbi Morton Malavaky Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Case
Ave Liberal Rabbi Leon Krnnish
Cantor David Convser

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YOUNG ISRAEL *0 NE 171st St T.ral.
1*43.44 Wash.nniaa Ave Orthodex.
p.-r,i Ahraham s*rasfld

I'll, rvrn* ... n at UM
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYESHCV
The brothers strip Josc-ph snrl throw him into th<- pH A cor
a\on of Ishmaelitcs is sfon in the hacksround
And it came to pass, when Joseph a< >m* unto Ui hretfc
ren. that they stripped Joseph of his coat tCren. S7:W
VAYESHEV Jacob and his sons dwelt in the land 'f To
naan M shepherds (( all his sons. Jacob loved JontM-h lv>t HH
obvious favor.tism. and Josephs account of nil nrandw.se .lream*.
protltireti hatred and jealousy among the brothers Junepo. s
brothers sold the hated favorite to some. Ishmaelite aaaTTTlMalHl.
who look Joseph to Egypl with them
There Potiphar. an officer of the Pharoah and captain ol
hi- guard, bought Joseph as a alvra The RabMtl lad .|uickly
rose to l position .if rcapooaibillt) In his masters houserrold.
However. Joseph rejected the advances ol POtlphaV'l w-e. -she
slandered him. and he was imprisoned Hut m prison, too (.kI
was with Joseph, and he won tna confidence ol the laiu-i.
lie became known a> an interpreter "i dreamo bj cotroct
lv reading the tigniflcance f the dreamo ol Um Phai hul
lei and baker when the) were his prison mates
Thi recounting of tha Waekly Portion of rha Law -
tractad and baled upon "Tha Graphic History el the Jewioh
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Taamir, $1S Publisher it
Shengoid, and the volume ii available at 11 William S New
York 5, N.Y. President o* the aoeiety distributino the volt,
it Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Bible Shows We Can
Aspire to Greatness

.-. 13rd St

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KNESETH ISRAEL --; EuCIIO Ayr UMPLE B NAI SHOLOM tOM --
Orfh ?'.ill t?J. ..,. 28nd Awe. Conservative Rabbi S M.
' Abral Seif Macfitei Canlu' Abraham Rl
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ton .> Co- >..at .r Rabbi Ii
Lahrman Cantor 2v. a
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The amMtaMM^ Theatre of Haifa
Not < very cMy accomplishes a
city pU>ijoVs*afia',a accomplishes
trus Alth'iUL'ri Tlaifa is a port and
industrial (*'. It cared much for
cultural sBDOL Taw city invited
writers, poets and players to live
tiere and .ajBrt a municipal pU>
house whieh is away the best in
the country
The plays of th? playhouse are
of various types There are per-
f'. imances of "he best world
drama, of Greek classics through
modern stories, alongside original
: fa -'" p3 m:n3
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71~inX TiiriKI ,T1^311' TEMPLE JUOEA* J20 Palermo A>
'I I Liberal-Reform. Pabbi Morris Ki
nx Dnxrnn D"vir\ ntina
ri MPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI -37 NE th St Reform Rabbi
JO' rph R N.llCt
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per.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
nn no-n W p-iDRPij: ^,x ZXZr*
* Krlla> I 1". !> m liu'i.-wstsuh SabbaUi
njp -i3D x^n .D-iun *mffr ^SS'-dZS? ""
"310 .f"lX3 1333 DW3 1*7 TEMPLE NER TA*MIo" OOtb St and
r 's' T.tum Waterway. Modern Tradl-
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i i Krfclay l:M pin ILi.
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n-rn IM ^")133t ni -23 temple or ovUt Con.^.v,
"'" L 07 SW 10th St.. Miami. Rabb.
"173 MftVt HX D"X733 Q-3T *" t"rU c"n,or """ fr,dm"
, tm.aj: "i"hanaka'i< "'.ame i,f L4aTlM "
VsaiurtUy -, a in Sernw, ,,,,,..
ml*- ik SurTendeT**"
By RABBI DANIEL LOWRY
Templa Sinai, North Miami Beach
our Hebrew Bible contains bi
il hical sketeh.-s ol in roeo ol
.fit tun- Mum. we "I'Lihl
expect that
these sonall-
I I re
onlj the

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.nil 111
we
h "t
their i- '
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ses Th.
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rlenl
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fallibh li he shai faults he
.- In- virtu In
: ha Bible, heroi
ive us the In
centive to measure up t.i them
What are tin characteristics ol
a hero What determines leader
ship qualities in a human (xiiii;''
1 he answer to that question can
be found in the personality of
Joseph was vain boastful in his
to read this week in the Sedrah
Vayeshev. We are told that while
I Joseph was vain boa'tfufl in his
'; youth, he did have the ability to
; explain and clarify the meaning of
*abhi kVy
:: the s- he
elevated to a poaitioi >t gni
... i
iidi h< I ham ih
n im loni tost
are Om .. *,
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trait to I -ni
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hero is

t: apart
' wa to i fomitl ia
Irs for I "'.
i than avenge h n self (or
ha ppturaud klnda
instead even aftajr kboii father
Jacob had died
Jom li s lifaj ,s typical '' hat
the Bible tries u< impress up - that the great are al- small at
times and the small ca; ispire to
greatness ,\|| 0f u, C4n attain a
measure of nobility bj MBklBOh
more clarity in our thoughts, morel
dedication in our acdoiM. and a
greater spirit of forgiu on in our
hearts.
ILi.laistsah Sa
h> i. oti : raara In ">. Uf< of Mv
anirliter "
Rabbi Landau Edits Book
31?
(jraVl* r*-i3s nna rrrraa)
. -1 i i
I
TEMPLE tINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1830 NE 104th St
Refarm. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy
Cantor Chat Gala.
plays, like the well known play j PYldaV) i:. p.m Bertnoa a Ques.
by I. L Peretz. "A night in the Old I'"" ,'' H"""J A feetlval paceam
.' ., _.., i__ u I Will I !'" I l.il .lil|l|,.l
Market. and a play by V H. ,., ,,,.. tUcvmbtm Raturdao :
l'.renei "Over the Boundries." and '^-r MJtsvma Carl son of Hi and
ptoy. depleting modem life in ^JaW S
Ereti Israel NE i^Tih i
\lthough ,!iP iiaifa Theatre 's, temple tifereth jaco
young" in years, it *as an hon-
orary place in the coiin. y The
In-st players of the country and
from abroad perform there Youth
and adults, and also many tourists,
fill the hall every evening-
(Published by
Bnfh Ivrith Olamith)
-B. Mi E
4th Ave. Hialeah Conservative
Rabbi Maurica Klein.
r*rld .. i;,...
a
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamara Ava
Conaarvat.ve. Rabb. Maxwell Bar.
oer Cantor Ben Dickson
'v 'im
s. i Baoaj Ptarllon ol ih. \\ .
a
TEMPLE ZION aOOO Miller Rd Con-
Rabbi Sol landau, spiritual
; leader of Beth David ("ongrega-!
' tlon. is currently editrnt a book to
be published next year, which con- '
tains some Of the sermons, inter-
pretations and hifjhlijjhts of his
father's rabbinic career which
spanned two worlds as communal '
rabbi of Berlin. Germany, and as
rabbi of Hias and Beth Israel of
New York City
Kabhi K/ekiel Landau, uho
paaaed away recently, w:is the de
seendant of a distinguished rah
blnic anoaator, the chief rabbi of
Prague in the 18th century
The late Rabbi Landau spent a
number of years in Prague and
was awarded a PhD there from the
Carolingian I'ruversity. which
dates back prior to the ancient
Heidelberg University
The book is beinj; spon sored as
a memorial volume by 'housando
of his members, followers and
friemls led hy a fraterasl organi
lation which the Late Rabbi Un
dau founded and guided f >r over a
quarter of a century, the Jewish
Friends Society.
Thu fat' href* I r CO-
operafi -. u 11J1 the i .- Ml
ami Rabeanicel Aj<,
. / ft Ann > *[>
paarifi| hi
m max uncivil
pi'iiuul ir^ilrr of B rregancn .' \ MieaU
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Friday. Dcerot>er 17. 1965
* Jrmist- FkrHi r
Page 13-A
Synagogue Council in Award to King
Continued from Pago 1 A
emies of our soldiers and insti-
tution*."
[>r King ipokfl at a dinner in
tin- Waldorf Astoria Hotel at which
( received the Judaism and World
[Vice Award of the Synagogue
" lunciJ of America. Dr Kin was
mored for "personal courage, re
xHisible leadership and dedica-
|on to Prophetic ideals "
Kahhi Abraham Joshua ileschel.
I >fes.sox of Jewish ethics and my*
iaa .1 th>- Jewish TJieoloKical
ninarv. presented the award to
Kint
In hi- address. Dr fCinj! de
fed that "no responsible peace
^iier lodaj advocate* turreoder,
ilateral withilraual n crippling
pneeasiona
"To neaotiate i not to capitu-
late," he said, "but to evade ne-
gotiations so that more killings
ind more territorial conquests
:m enlarge our victory it not
tartly a refusal to seek paths
eymour Samet D
:or Dedication of
[ let .in organize!
< rattta direetoi "f the
l< ormnui B i i will re
i in Miami ihii weekend to re
Ive h"- .'i- "i th< where he
fvt 12 pears of leadership in Ihe
bf Human relal i
\ human relations library, to
presented to and housed with
the Prof< ssional Lil of th
School Sj stem, ill
dedicated ;tt 4 p m Sundaj
the auditorium of the Undses
>i>kin- Build i
Established by contributions
members of the American
|tnh Committee and oih-r
lade citiiens as a continuing
|o timur ity idr project. the
Ibrary will be named in honor
i> Samet, who left his position
\% executive director of AJCom-
mttee here to join former Gov.
LeRoy Collins and the Common-
er Relations Service in Wash
igton.
^1 he libra) v. ill feature a col
Jimn of bonks, articles .mil l
dicali on human relatioiu
Professional Librae U
leyer Brcwn
EMORIAL
Honorary President
o
Farbard Labor Zionist Order
All Fork*** Memaers,
eole Ziwit. Pieaeer Women.
ore asked to attend the
Me atonal Meeting en
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 22nd
t I Ma-
rt the
Washington Federal Bank
1234 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Saeasered by
BIAUK BRANCH
EN OUR 10* BRANCH
IFBEMK[R BRANCH
DAVID BUSS BRANCH
IOUIS SECAl BRANCH
['OAU ZION AND PIONEER WOMEN
Chairman, Moe Levin
to peace but affirmatively to
seek war.
"When negotiations are possible,
to avoid them is a polio of ag-
fressiofi he asserted
I>r King explained his concern
with the \ let Nam issue l>> saying
l believe then is no point in
fighting for Integration of lunch
counters if there can he no world
in uhch to Integrate It is as im-
porative and argent to put an end
to war and violence between na ]
lions as it is to put an end to ra !
cial injustice He added
"Equality with vhitea will hard
l> wive the problems of either:
wMtei or Negroes it .t EBhnsj
equality in a society UBdei the
(pell ol terror In j world doomed
to extinction "
Dr Kin said tl al is ministi i
ni the Gospel, "I am mandated b\
this calling above ever) othei dutj
to seek peace among men ind to
I" it ever in the face of hysteria
and scorn
"I have scathingly denounced
the silence of good wh.te people
in the South and have described
ue in Miami
Library on Sunday
their fear to speak out on dis-
crimination as ultimately more
damaging and immoral than the
open deeds of segregationists,"
ha stated.
"If I could excoriate their silence
in the presence of evil. I can not
maintain my own Silence when a
more terrible Bcourge afflicts the
world When silence threatens to
take the power of decision out of
our hands and permits an intetisi
nuation of hostilities, one looKs
into biatorj for the courage to
speak, even in an unpopular
cause "
Dr. King cited the "ethical gi-
ants, those O10J! extraordinary
men of history the Hebrew
prophets.
"Today," he said, "we particu-
lar!) need the Hebrew prophets
because they taught that to love
God as to lov.- justice, that each
human being has an inescapable
bl Ition (0 denounce evil where
he saw it and to defj a ruler who
commanded him to break the Cos
enant
|ir King recalled that the din
ner marked the tenth anniversary
ist to the day of the
launching of the Montgomery bus
boycott on Dec I, 1955
As a result of the boycott, he
said, "non-violent, direct action
emerged as a new concept of
social charge and for ten years
grew until it became the dom-
inant method of the civil rights
struggle.
It is possible to sum up its
meaning today." he declared. "In
two simple sentences
"Ten yean "f progress in the
Smith hate resulted in fetter
deaths than five davs of violence
in I.os Anncles
"The adherence to non-violence
by Southern Negates has won ma-
jor social and political victories
with a minimum of bloodshed "
STANDER UNVEILING
T ; : m numcWf >
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efforts toward their solution
Mis Mona Coe bead librarian
of the professional facility, is
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lei i
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Friday. December 17. 1965
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Hebrew Academy to Dedicate Holy Ark Here Sunday
Dedication of the Oron Kodesh
i k) of tbe Greater Miami He
< w Academ) < hapel and ;* n
it meet ng on the 18th annual
-iholarship dinnt'i- committee will
iiure Sunday activities at the
Academy.
Mr and Mrs Charles Kalh. res]
i nts of Miami Beach for the past
20 years, have donated the new
\vk which has been plated in the
chapel. A member of the Acade
- board of directors, Kalh |j i
Htireii Nen York furrier, who
a charter member there ol
i Bartcher Societj Mrs Kalb
live worker for Hadassafa and
herous i ther communal organi-
Boi al so takes an intei est in
i livitk -
Rabbi Alexandei S Gross
..l and Louis Merwitzer, presi
m will participate in the dedi
tioi sei U es, a hich w iil follow
in :i m brunch in the Max Sil
I Hall
Al the breakfast session, din-
ner chairman, Leonard Rosen,
ill report on fina! plans for the
scholarship dinner, scheduled
for Jan. 9 at the Deauville Ho-
tel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet
'ill be honored at the SI00 a
couple function, which will pro-
vide full a"nd partial scholarships
for a majority of the Academy's
500 students.
Ticket sales during the week,
nwhile, pushed past the 8 ark toward goal ol l 800 per-
- i> attend< d the dinnei. accord-
HARM AN TO SPEAK
Avraham Harman, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States wrtll Ih- the principal
speaker at the 18th annual
scholarship dinner of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Aead
liny on .'an. 9 at the Deau
ville Motel Announce merit
of Ambassador Harman's ac-
ceptance was made bj gen-
eral dinner chairman, Leon-
ard Rosen, and Academy
-uiint. Louis Metwftzcr
The) noied the dinner will
mark the 18th anniversary of
both the state of Israel and
ihe Mian i \'< *>?"
to co chaii n en, J \ < 'antor J
ami Joseph Cohen I! 1 Bin
.ia>k S Poplck and Jai
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Florida Chapter of the Public
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its uonthlj meeting Tuesday at
Kalmondo's Restaurant The s|H
cial Kuurmet dinner was arranged
bj vice president of the local chap
ter, Harold Gardner Men- than
40 members and wires ..Mended
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Page 15.-
Stanford to Receive Roosevelt Award
llsrael Bond Ambassador's Ball Dec. 26
Dag Stanford, pre
,1 imrrMty of Miami.
UMd 10 receive thr
. ,-,,,lt Israel Human.
| it was announced by
. u m Kri.msh. chairman of
I Miami Israel Bond or
U
will be presented to
M tht Ambassadors
n Sund> evening. Dec. 24. at
f eMMI Hotel.
|tl racis>iatrt e* the
prt Jv4ge Anthony J.
brain. kMMT Onh*d *tetes
ttjry Health, tdweation
WaHara, pn<< H him
[icveiind hy Araham Mar-
lirr* Anaiuahr to
,Umfd State*.
i award will be conferred up-
.rd "for unfailing dedi-
, in the apirrt of Eleanor
rwh the cause of human
lam ."> n notes that Dr Stan-
., i .i.trsrup. dedication and
., aw of humanity have ren
.'-in worthy of the cherished
;. of Eleanor Roosevelt and
ppn i.itive recognitiou of the
I of Israel."
..in of the Committi- ol
> for the presentation is
dvfc leader Sam Blank,
fee of the t'imel'sity of
rho, with Mrs Blank, was
pienl of Israels Me r in 1964
\mba*ador Ball, sponso
the Greatat Miami ImaJ
Homl M'Kam/iition. annually held
under the patn>na'.'< m tit. \mba>
v.id.ir of Israel and th- tiovernor
of Klonda.
Dr Stanford usiird Israel at
the behest of the American Pales-
line Christian Committee in 11*59
and has been a spokesman for the
growing friendship of the I nited
States and Israel.
Or. Stanford was educated at
Emory University, tho Univer-
sity ef Hid*lbrg, tho Universi-
ty of Denver and New York Uni-
versity. Ha came te the Univer-
sity of Miami as prosidant in
1M2.
In 1963. Dr Stanford was the
recipient of the Florida Region
Anti-Defamation League Award,
and in 1964 he received the award
for the southeastern region.
Blank has been named chairman ,
of the Corps of Patrons for the
1965 Ambassador's Ball.
In 1952. the second year of the
Israel Bond drive. Blank served as
co-chairman with Samuel Fried-
land. Carl Weinkle and Max Oro
vitz.
lie is also a founder and trustee
of Mt Sinai Hospital and member
of the Board of Directors of the
l niversity of Miami.
Last year he and Mrs Blank
were recipients of the State of Is
rael Medallion of Honor, present
ed to them in recognition of then
dedication to the cms* ol lsrai I
through the years.
Maurice N. Weinstein. of
Charlotte. N. C. ha been
elected to a three-year term
as chairman of the B'nai
B'rith International Council,
succeeding Label A. Katz. of
New Orleans. The Council
coordinate* the organiza-
tion's activities in 43 coun-
tries Wemste>in is a oast vice
president of B'nai B'rith and
tfte originator oi its aauit Jew-
ish education program.
Temple Judea Men's Club
Temple Judea Mens Club will
have a lather child dinner meet
m- on Tuesday 8:M p m.. in the
temple Reception Hall Program
will include .i corned) film
Klein Hosts Youth
Mimtay. Kabbi aiul Mrs Mau
n. of 593W S\\ 12th St ,
the i BY g r ou p of
1 .feretii Jacob at a
h MNT in their home
'l' U> 6 m.
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tcinebt :u Hotel last weekend are (left to nahtl Mr. end Mrs
-.berg and Mr. and Mrs. Alan 0>hen. (For related
. Page 3-B).
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fcs iwiwn Silverman. president, and Mrs. Sol Silverman.
ry president and Building Fund chairman of the Great
ai Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Agad. will
og participants in the dedication of the Home Health
Building en Sunday noon at Doualas Gardens. Mr>m
the Auxiliary pledged a S50.000 endowment for the
'For related story, see Page 2-B).
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.\ time of year again for
h Rieger clan which has
c of happy occasion
ate when Oec 25 rolls
For patriarch Jo
lovely wife Olia. it
in of happy wed
well as his 75th
Son I'at and Sarah
>kl) n N V chow
their nuptial- SO
uranddaughter Ro
. i,.,n unbroken in
.image to Marty
in tin) itmi
Sheirj Plachtei
and will mark
a> on I>< >
: keep activi In
rou|M holi
' in- in the
Golden Una
i i tub Bis
Cl lb S-riic.r
among men)
Kupperman will
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Mitnah df nephew
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"Jewish Floridian
Si Miami, Florida. Friday. December 17. 1965
Section
CJA Women Elect Mrs. Ablin
Mi- Jack A Ablin of Miami
lleach. ha- been named honorary
chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion
A longtime residi nl of the
Beach and a noted < i \ leader,
Mrs Ablin ha.- been affiliated with
the Greatei Mil Jewish Federa
tion since its Inceptioi
She i- ;i member of the Federa
tion.- Ixiard of governors and is
.i past co-chairman of the CJA's
overall Women- Division
She h;i- terved a- secretar) to
the Federation, twice past chair
an df the Patrons' Division, and
.i- ,i member on the advisor) com
miller
Mrs Ablin ha- been co-chairman
of the CJA'.- Women- Division
^ _

* A"D mti. ftifClt
Andrew Jon Latter at the Mill
crest Jewish Center. 1.1 on Sat-
urda> Also traveling north
for the CeremOO) and reception
are Mi and Mr- Woody 1-awli.
of Pompano Heath With the
festivities safe!) behind them.
parents of the celebrant, the s. \
niour Leasers, will bring their
trotters to Pompano Park next
waek Seymoui Floret pi
brothei i- ownei of Go ;o Fai i
hoi MM
I
Bis b> son Michai
K awaited b) R I Henr)
Rat kii up an i
i! hoi 01 Mil'!
walk* .i .i a) with I he I ip lui >i
ic and All S I Stu
I
Hi to- school m
< oat Ma lei i i ited Na
I'onfei ence to be held in
N. u v. "iK in April Anothei
, v Isltoi tu the < Sew iu
horm will 1m' grandson Sand)

Even purel) social club- need
a roster of officer- to keep the
c,;. i ....i full and entertaining.
o Forte rowers Women elected
theirs Wedneeda) evening In the
Porte Town- Coftce Shop
Probably included some of the
paid up mernbers who attended a
recent membership luncheon at
Iha Bee Isles Hotel

Second -on born at Mt
Hospital thi- week to Dianne and
Harm) Rubin, of Highland Lakes
Weighing m at 5 Ike 0 ma
tm> newcomer loins brothei
Scott irents
III and Mrs i et
v,d Rep and Mrs Robert L
Bl \ in announce the ontli ol
daU UVedneada) at C<
mon The nee arrival
loins -i-tei laura Dawn
happy
holidays
mm. JACK ABUN
Initial Gifts Division for several
yean and is on the Federation -
campaign cabinet for the 196b' CJ \
dnxe
Mrs Ablin will have one of the
major appointments to the 1966
Combined Jewish Appeal camps
which next year expects to i
some $1.3 million to service n
. i nci< locally, nation-
all) and overseas i he 191 i
.-ct and mei a go; I -. 440,000
i he i << <:- Bre -till great,"
CJA and Federation execul
i d on annoum Ing Mi Ablin
as honorary chairman of the W
Division "We can nol rest on
past accomplishments, and we look
ird 1 succi -tul campa
led by our lav leader- such 3-
\Mm.


All of us
al Burdine's
extend our gre<
fcr a
Happy Oanukah
re you
and yours


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> A h i# fir rMinn
Friday, Dcembe,
S/
New Health Center Will be Dedicated
At Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday
A new Health (enter will be of
ficially dedicated in ceremonies
Sunday afternoon at the Jewish
ROOM foi the Aged. 151 NE 52nd
St.
The Center is a gift to the Home
of the Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary of the Home at Douglas
Gardens
The entrance Residents Ix>ungc
Mill be dedicated in honor of Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, pioneer Miamian,
w hose late husband wrote the first
charter of the City of Miami.
The original Jewish Home for
Pinski School
Oneg Shabbat
Max B Astor. president of the
David Pinski Folk School, an-
nounces a Jewish Hebrew liter-
ary and musical program will be
offered by the school at the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday evening at 842
Wa-hington Ave
Guest artist will be A. Krashin-
iky, musical director of the Yid-
di-h and Hebrew Schools in Mon-
treal, Canada.
i.ouis Laaavin will continue his
lecture on "Epoch in Spain
M*S. ISIDOK COM*
Cedars Women
Seek Volunteers
A call for Lobby Shop volun-
teers at Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal went out this week from Mrs
Doran /inner, auxiliary presidenl
Chairman of adult volunteers It
the shop i- Mrs Irene Pink Mrs
Leo Herman i^ auxiliary vice
presidenl in charge of the Lobb>
Shop
Volunteers have a choice of a
varietj of services in the hospital
Those interested in clerical work
can assist in the accounting office,
the X K.i> Department, where lhe>
record charts and file X Ra>
plates, and in the patient library
Other volunteers are needed to
serve six days a week, from 9
am to 4:30 p.m.. at the Informa-
tion Desk. a~ sales help in the
Lobby Shop, and to assist with
mail delivery and delivery' of flow
en to patients
Auxiliary volunteers also oper-
ate the patient's gift cart,
the the Aged here had it- Stall
through a bequest left to Mi- < '>
hen b> I clo-o friend, the late
Adam Keis, who stipulated in his
will that $10,000 be given to a
worthy Jewish. Protestant and
Catholic cause
It was at a meeting in the Cohen
home in 1940 that Jewish commun-
ity leaders gathered to put the
Keis bequest to work toward the
establishment of what is today the
nationally known Jiwi.-h Home for
the Aged here
Baron de Hindi Mayer, vice pre*
ident of the Home and capital
funds chairman, will pay tribute
to Mrs Cohen at the Sundav cele
oration.
Another room in the new Health
Center will be dedicated to Mr-
Sarah Greenherg. founder of the
first Miami Beach Auxiliary Mrs
Greenberg. together with her late
husband. Mai Greenherg, played
a vita] role in the improvement of
the Home's first facility on SW
12th Ave Miami
An active building contractor
Mr Greenherg kept the facility in
propei repair at hi- own expense
Mrs Louis Makov.sk>. program
chairman for the Auxiliary, has
planned a musical program for the
dedication Sundaj Mr- Lawrence
Silverman, president of the Auxill
ery, will present the invocation
Mrs Sol Silverman. honorarj
president, will give the message of
welcome Irving Pietrack and his
orchestra will perform, with Miss
Rose Warren as soloM
The event will als<> serve t"
mark the 88th bnthdav celebration
of Mrs Cohen
Chanuka Festival Adath Yeshurut
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Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister-
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Rabbi Arnold Richt.r education
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at in a m some 2(H) children
of the fir-t throuxh fifth grades
of Young Israel of Greater Miami
and Sunday School will perform
in song, dance, plays and prayer
as part of a Chanuka Festival cele
bration
Youth director is Lewis Hood-
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and Mrs Max Stern. PTA presi
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given to students showing initia-
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.vhite carnations in white bird cages
W with white cloths and red napkins
ntr bandstand decorated in red ve!
I white satin set the color scheme for
a s complete sellout of its fifth an-
Ball last weekend at the Fon
. Hotel. In photo at left are Mr. and
Mrs Baron de Hirsch Meyer with their guests
at the function, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin. In
to at nqht arc William Weintraub (left and
Mrs. Weintraub far right chatting w'th Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, chairman and co-
chairman of the stellar function, which at-
tracted some 800 persons.
Pioneer Women In Varied Events
k esldenl ol
W '.. t'lui) l hai it
I inttkj latke partj to
i uesdaj. h i> in at
lun^arian Raetaurant,
ton Awe Tin- evening
candlelightlng cei
i musical program
2 w ill hold it i regular
Wednesday evening at
id Center, M- Washing
with President Mrs Ida
ducting the meeting
ie in honor of Jewish
Month will follow the bus
enda

Metr Chapter Mrs Una
ham Seltzer, pre ident, will meet
on Wednesday, 1 p.m., at Wash
ington Federal 1234 Washington
Ave Business agenda will include
a discussion on Mil acles An
I and Contemporary" bj Mrs
Nathaniel Soroff. cultural < nan
man. and MlSS t h.iiwi It/h.i.ik. vis
itoi from Israel
Second half of the meeting,
chaired bj Mrs William Beckwith,
past president, will Ik- taken up
with a talk on "The Gains and Yal
ue oi .i Dedicated Membership"
bj Mrs Meyer (Cahn, vice president
ami membership chairman
it Tylers Restaurant 1526
Ponce de Leon Hhd at l p m
Mi- Sonia Plotkin, group founder
and present membership chaim
will present musical program A
new Pilmstrip." Progress Through
Education." wil' bo shown
Mrs Moses Meyer, vice president
of i ouncil, is advisor t" the group
Florida Senior Citizens
Florida Senior Citlxens will
meet Wednesday, p.m., at 429
Lenox Ave tor a Chanuka part)
Meyer Isenberg will speak on
"Chanuka < 'andles
Coral Gables Chapter i-
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Friday. December 17 | >
Mrs. Silverman Chairs Hostesses for
Beth Shoiom 23rd Anniversary Fete
Mrs Seymour Silverman presi
dint of the Temple Beth Shoiom
S -vi-hood. has been named chair
of hostesses [or the 23rd an
niversarj dinner dance of the con
gregation Sunday night at the
Americana Hotel.
More than 400 peraotu ne ex-
acted to attend the ?ala func
Chantka Dinner
Will Honor
Mrs. Weger
Beth El "irturhrnji it 1 contiatv
...n announce the sellout of its
( hanuka dinner on Sunday eve-
ninc honoring
Mrs A Sol Wei
er "for her yean
devotion t o
Sisterhood and
congregation "
Chairman 0 f
t h e dinner is
Mrs Max Rappa
l"irt. and her
nmittee are
Mrs Jack Sha
piro. Mrs Solo
tion. for which dress is optional.
according to dinner chairman.
James Albert and arrangements
chairman. James Knopke
A ("hanuka thc.ne Will prevail at
the dinner dance, at which Crusty
Dry bread and his 10-piece or
chestra will perform Dinner is
scheduled for 7:30 p.m following
Freedom Chapter Meeting
Freedom Chapter of R'nai B'rith
, Women was to hold its regular
i meeting and brunch on Inursday.
' 11 a.m. in the Cafe Francais at
Wfie* Harbor^louse 'South. 1027^
Collins A\e in charge of reaei
vations is Mrs Harry Lipaitl Mrs
Bernard Austen is chairman of
program Mrs Howard Put km is
president
Mrs. Weger
mon Schiff, Mrs
I. m Sm _..i Mrs Fannj Klein and
Mrs Rubin Blaustein
Master ol ceremonies will be
loaeph Nevel Hyman Chabner,
congregation president, Mrs Jack
Shapira Sisterhood president, and
hi Solomon Schiff will .-peak
\ brie! biography of Mrs Weg
ei ill tx' given by Mrs Solomon
ff. nh music bj Roj nine:
Beth Moshe
Family Dinner
Reservations must (> made in
ance for the ('hanuka famil)
tr served b) Beth Moshe
Sisterhood on Sunday from 4 30
to 7pm
Hostesses for the koahei meal
i Decembei Circle Hannah and
Febi uary Circle Deborah
Chairman of the affaii is Mrs
i. ert Harris
Camp Judaea
Reunion Set
Annual Camp Judaea rail) and
reunion i- scheduled foi Sundaj
afternoon at the Surfside Com
munity Center on Collins Ave.
Surfside. beginning at p rn
Camp Judaea located in Hend
ersonville, N C is sponsored bj
Hadassah and the Zionist Organ!
zation of Amei ica
The rally will be an opportunit)
foi the more than ISO Camp
Judaeans from the Miami arei
renew old friendships and meet
with the camp director Frank Far
benbloom, who will ix- coming in
from Atlanta for the meeting
Featured at the get together will
be "lull's of last seas i p to
gether with the < amp Ju '
ord ol Israeli f"lk music recorded
live at Camp
Camp Judaea, offerlni > pro
ol positive Jewish living, i
opened to campers from fourth
through tenth grades With enroll
ment limited to I8u campers |-i
season the emphasis m the pro
gram is placed on decentralized
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a one hour cocktail reception at
which a three piece hand will pla>
Hostesses who will serve with
Mis Silverman include the Mea
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Albert, Sidnej l> Anain, Joseph I.
Arkin. Norman Arkin. Joseph Ash
S a m U e 1 Iscckerman. Shepard
Broad, Jonas Hrotman. Jack A
Cantor. Marvin Cooper. Harry Din
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natz. 1*011 J Ell. Aaron Farr
Also serving as nostcsses are the
Mesdames Abe C Fine. Jack M
Fink. Myer Friedman. Fli/abeth
Goodman. Paul R Gordon. Harry
Greenberg. Harold Granoff. Thorn
as Gerard. Isadore B Hecht. Frank
Kamen. Irving B Kaplan. James S
Knopke. Harvey E. Kramer. Inez
M Krensky, I-eon Kronish. Eli
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Bennett Lea
Also the Mesdames Alex Levin
SOD, Stanley LtvinSOO, Morns Lipp
Alvm B lowe. Michael Mersel
Howard B Miller, MOITJ Morris
Maurv Olinick, Samuel Ontt. Jo
seph Pardo Philip Postelnek, Aai
on M Reder, Benjamin Rimer \l
exander Robbina, Irving Roth:
Alexander Rubin, Norman Russ
Jack Sandier. Philip Schlissel
And the Mesdames Stanle\ S. .
lohn Serbin Jack B Shapiro Syl
.]., Silvers Harrj B Smith. Louis
K Snetman J Bernard Spectoi
Samuel Stem. Martin Steinei
Ralph Spero Jack W agi i Sa
than Waldman Simon Wolfl Hai
r> Wolk and Harold Zinn
Synagogue Slates
Chanuka Lunch
The Jacob < Cohen S\i
Sisterhood I hanuka Festival lunch
eon will held in the Deauville
Hotel on Sundaj m
Mrs George Simon, president
and her committee members M
i \nn.i Platt, Sot hii Sa> ille.
J m ph Gerstein, Abe Dlatt and \1
(red Liebei are preparing I
Entertainment will be presented
1>> cantor Usher Doppolt and
Michl Gibson Members of the
Sisterhood will present a skit ol
tin' chanuka candlelighting >
mon)
Rabbi Tiber H Stem spiritual
leader, will addles, the gathering
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mour Si'.vorrr.an. Knopke is dinner arranaements chairm i
Mrs. Silverman is president of the Beth Shoiom Sis-,
and Mrs. Levin and Mrs. Snetman are past presidents
Islander Chapter Meeting Tuesday
meeting <>f Islandei memben will (* aatertati
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Friday. December 17. 1965
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Beach Hadassah's 5,000 Members Take
Part in Varied Prgrams on Monday
Miami Beach Hadassah 18
groups, with nearly 5.000 men
Will participate in cclebrat
i:.c Henrietta Szold s huthday du
ring December and January, with
hincheons and entertainment
Founded in Palestine in 1912 by
Miss Szold. Hadassah through u.s
Medical (enter in Nrael. has
h*li>ed te create there among the
highest health standards in the
world.

Eddit Canter Group was to meet
on Thursday noon at the Fon
uln Mean Hotel for lunch Mu
-ical selections were to he offered
Is Mrs Emil Morton, with Harold
1-evey at the piano Mrs \;it Nai
tove was to be chairman of the
day. and Mrs Fred Jonas is pre*
ident

Sovthasto Group celebrates with
a luncheon at the Fontainebleau
Motel on Mondav noon, with pro-
fessional entertainment and gifts
Mrs. Ttllle Schwartz is chairman
of the day. and Mrs Joseph Rosen
berg is president
Fort* Tewrs rhanuka Festival
is icheduled for Monday. 30 p.m
n th" Souihcate Towers Terraci
Room Itri Joseph Mnndres will
lead the Glee Clad ra a group of
MngS, with olga Bibor Stern at
the piano Ben Siegel will offer the
Chanuka rindlelightine ceremony,
and guest Upkef aril] be Mrs Bar
oitt Berkerman Mrs Susan Feller
is president
Shalema Group noon meeting on
Monday will be held il the Dil.ido
Hotel, with Mrs Henry Halahan
.presenting a program of songs
Mrs |r\in Shapiro is president, and
Mis Morris Kripple is serving U
chairman of the day

Either Group will feature radio
artist Cindy Stevens on Tuesday
noon at the Algiers Motel (hair
men are Mrs Harry Oberst and
Mrs Max Smith Mrs. H Saffir is
president

Bay Harbor Group has slated a
dinner dance and show at the Car
illon Hotel for Saturday night.
Dee 25. (;roup president is Mrs
Joseph Epstein, with Mrs Barnes
Davis serving as chairman of the
alfan
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Dinner show entertainment and
dancing will be Included in the
Deborah Group celebration at the
Deauville Hotel on Sunday eve
ning Dei 26 In lack Fineberg
serves as president

Guest speaker will be Mrs Sam
uel Sakrais when the Henrietta
Siold Group mean at the Algiers
Hotel on Monday noon. Dee 27 So
prano Joyce Farber will present
a musical program, with Olga Bi
nor Stern at the piano Mrs Bar
nett Beckerman is chairman of
the day President is Mrs Sol
Green berg.
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Kadimah Group noon meeting
on Monday. Jan 10. will be held at
the Harbor House South

Mrs Jack Katzman will chair
the Honl Group dinner and night
club show on Sunday evening. Jan
16. to be held at the Americana
Hotel Mrs Milton Weinberg is
president

A skit. Thou Hast Chosen Me."
will be presented at the Stephen
Wise meeting on Monday. 11 30
am at the Deauville Hotel
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Beth Sholom Chanuka Fiesta
All department! ai Temple Bath
Sholom HebgiouQ fthirglon* husiiy
engaged preparing tor a cala Chan-
uka Fiesta (lifts ill in- sent bj
ever) child in the school to a child
in Israel These will be shipped
in cartons beautifully decorated by
ach class
lii(li\i(iuai class parties will be
held in students' norm--- (There the
children will evchance gifts, pre-
oenl programs, and play Chanuka
games, siQg and dance
Fnrm.il school celebrations will
be held on the weekend ushering
in the holiday On Saturday morn
big, at 0:30 am. the Junior High
Department will hold a lathe break
t.<-t \ special chanuka program
will be presented, and singing will
be led bj Cantor David Conviser
The Primarj and Elementar)
Departments will celebrate on Sun-
daj Original presentations will be
made bj each class in the form
dance and dramatics All
costumes and stage decorations
will be made by the children as
lass projects A Chanuka brunch
will do served by the Sisterhood
i in departure each child will re
ceive Chanuka candles, dreidels,
and Chanuka Candy Gelt from the
Sisterhood
Mrs Bennett Lee and Mrs Mai
tin Steiner, vice presidents ol Sis<
terhood, are in charge of Festival
celebrations in the Religious
School Mrs Marry Smith, mem
her of the Sisterhood board, was
chosen tO Chair the Chanuka Pel
ti\al She will Ik' assisted bj Mrs
Robert Townsend Mrs Seymour
Siherman is president of Sister
hood.
Coordinating all chanuka acth
rties are Miss Nettie Goldstein and
Dr. Solomon l.ichter. administra
tors of the Religious School
Harmony Chapter
Sale Tuesday
A white elephant sale will lx-
held during the next meeting of
Harmony Chapter. I'.'r.ai B'rith
Women, scheduled for Tuesday,
Dec 28. at 8 pm Mr- Jack I "hen
is president
The fund-raising affair will of-
fer a large -election of items
A report will be Riven bj Mrs
Philip Sahl on the Games Night
held at the President Madison
recent lv
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Women's Auxiliary
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lary, Jewish Home tor the \
luncheon meeting on Tut sdaj
noon at the Mgiers Hot< I will have
a Chanuks tlu
Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Aua
iliary president, will give the mes
ol welcome
Tenor Baruch Siegel, third
i ration sabra, will sing the
prayei at the chanuka lighting
ceren
Mi ~ i ouis Mako\ skj proi i am
chairman, will Introduce the Foru
Towers I horal Group, with Mrs
Dorothj Mondres, mn i toi and
leader
Reservations for the hineheon
maj be made with Mrs Manuel
Tanenhaum and Mrs Benjamin
i n low
Camp Pinewood
Reunion Sunday
Camp Pinewood, Henderson-
Wile, NT. will celebrate it- llth
annual reunion on Sunday, 2 pm.
at the Delano Hotel
Dr and Mrs Donald D Michel
son and Mr ami Mrs Kli Melt/er.
owners and directors <>f Pinewood
-ir.ee it- inception, invite all past
and present camper-, families,
staff members, and prospective
i ai per- to join in the festh ities
The afternoon will include re
freshments, color movies
slides of ihe 1965 camping sea
;Mt-. presentation of the Pine
wood plaque, and a surprise ft
tor campers registeiing tor i!*>*i
Recipients of the coveted Five
Year Pinewood Blanket will be
Bert Caskill, Miami Beach Rich
ard Denmark I.arry Denm.uk Mi
ami Shore- Virginia Giritlian. I.in
da Glueckauf, Steven Jacket Ja
mie Jacker, Albert Kahn, Alan
Kipm- Sail) Shanerun. all of Mi
ami Beach Nancj Leibovit, Palm
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Marj Wolfson, Hyman Wolfson,
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the Aged Auxiliao > bavin
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Thursday evenmq benefit pre-release premiere of P n |
"The Spy Who Came in from the Cold." present an
ash tray plaque to Martin Ritt. producer-director of the : I
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Miami Beach
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Savitt, Cooper Exchange Vows
ocietu
Dinner For Elliott Roosevelt
former Roberta M Cooper
.Hid .'oel A Sa\itt exchanged nup
lial urns on Saturday evening.
!>< II. at the Aimers Hotel
Rabin Daniel Leery officiated at
the 7 DJH ceremony which ensl
followed li> a recaption In the
Kunaiv.-it Room of the hotel
On tlu-ir return from a Carib
bean cruiac the newlyweds will
liva in North Miami
For the weddMiL. the bride ch<>%c
a Doer-length sheath dress of siik
carried a cascade arrange
of white roses around a
ewrhtd Attending her were
tfilgrom, maid of honor.
Ball and Diana Bonilla.
and
ment
watt*
Sheila
Su.san
bridesmaids
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hal
W Wayne, '.HO N\V 80th Ter Mrs
Savitt !- a graduate of Norland
Huh .ind Florida College of Medi
cal Technolog) sin- i- also the
lugbter of the late ( harlaa
"ooper
- r\ : a- best man to the
bridegroom was ins brother Barry
Savitl Hie' are the sens of Mrs
Hilda Savitl 1687 Euclid Ave
and th' late David Savitl Ushers
included Je\ Kmler. Thomas
Rrause and David Sterns
Attorney Savitl is a graduate of
Miami Beach Huh. the University
of Miami and its law school He
is a member of Alpha Delta, law
fraternit)
Final plans for a black tic Ap
picciation Dinner honoring Mayor
FJliott Roosevelt were blue printed
this week at a steering committee
meeting headed bj l.eo Adeeh and
William Segal
Scheduled for the Fontain.Meau
Hotel on Sunday, the formal din
ner party will be preceded by a
I'lktail reception
Heading a list of celebrities for
the dinner will l>e Franklin D
Roosevelt Jr former Undersecrel
ir> of Commerce ami chairman of
the Equal Opportunity Commis
sion
Adeeb, who is acting as ticket
committee chairman, announced
that more than 400 reservations
already had been made lor the
testimonial.
"We plan to limit attendance to
uoo persons, \dceh revealed
In addition to Adeeh and Segal,
>thcr Steering committee member-:
include Vice Mayor Robert Tur
chin. Councilmen Joe Malek and
Paul Seiderman. and Stanle) Ar
sin. Daniel S Dubbin. Hans El
langer, Frank Esterson, Jack D
Gordon, Ritter Levinson, Fdward
Melmker Stuart (J Newman, anil
Louis F WoKson
ni
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Bt'r Tov Sisterhood
; r
Jonas Sherbal is chairing
mnual paid up membership
In In- sponsored b) Temple
I ". Sistei In""! on Wednes
the lemplc
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the pin\iiii "t knowledge .is a relations
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2 mm i cups siatad potatoes
ii cob gialed onion 3 tbsps llou
113 tsps silt 'j tsp parsley tiakaa
'jt>p fosmr> leaves- W tsp gioundsage
(A tsp pepper Planters Oil
IV. 4i itK- until listht and loaani Slir in
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Itj asdirrsledunderC om I alkrviatn > I,
sing ahuot 'i-eup potalu nixturr foi
i-Mili laid*. IHain ell on absorhenl papri.
V-rir hol. with apptrnauee or sour eream
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Friday, December 17, 196 "5
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
From the time she was twelve, Dorothy, mm Mr- Allen
Rutrhik. an active Young Judean and a most conscientious
student, was interested in social work Her background In
a Conservative Jewish home was conducive to being ( >n
ccrncd with people and their welfare Since sin- li i
Jacksonville, she attended the Universit) oi Florida
she became an Mpha Epsilon Phi aoror she ti
to the Universit) "f Pennsylvania,
------ graduation came an aparti ent in
New York and graduate school .it
a with a degrei
and counseling Then
hack to Ilunii real ol sot al
u ork
Doroth) charming. I "s
haired, is intei
issues Blind dates iften
out just fine Doroth)
Allen, who is a rabbi, al Passovi t
lime Since the) couldn i
restaurant, thej aal in the i n and
talked and starved A year
DOfOTHr later. the) were married and
moved to New York, where Rabbi
Kutchik had taken an administrative lM>-t The Rutchiks
moved to Miami four years ago, when Allen became Smith
east regional director oi the United Synagogue "f Amer
ica They found it a wonderful comfort to 1m- close to their
families, who an- all Floridians They also liked the idea
of living m a {rowing community, where the) could pursue
the tame Interests they had up north
Reading and travel are high on the list of the Rut
chiks personal musts The new experiences that the)
had in Kurope and Israel and the <.-...t -
and theatre in New York arc as much fun in retrospect as
they were in anticipation
Dorothy works as a case worker for Jewish Family and
Children's Service in the Kamilv Counsel Division But
she still finds time at night and during lunch activel) to
participate in what interests her She is an active member
of the I'rhan League, chairman of the Health and Welfare
Committee and member of the leadership Advisor) Com-
mittee "f the League, too She is a member ol Planned
! 'at e lit hood
The Rutchiks have bought I lovelj home in a Dew
hborhood. Dorothy has (lair tor decorating and the
house i- emerging as an extension ol Doroth) and the
Rabbi's feeling for living it is contemporary in mo
lighl ii feeling comfortable and easy to enjoy The paint
ings thi lowl) will one da) be a most in-
teresting collection
Doroth) delights in despite hei extraon
pi fessional accomplishments, hei roll at a hou i
keeper is BUM fulfilled in a competent and tradttlonall)
Jewish manner The Rutchiks own two bicycles and I
in! long rides together The) also love fine mu
pent man; .1 summer at Tanglewood, listening to the
Boston Symphon) Orchestra .....ts there
Presently, the Rahln is teaching a class ti Bible al Beth
David and Doroth) attends her husband's class in this
there i- a condition Involved -he doesn't want to !
called mi After all she would rather not he know;
teach. 1 pet, even though she most certain]) is
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Grenalds Reveal
Susan's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. Ben Z Grenald.
5130 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach, have
announced the engagement of their
daughter. Susan Leslie, to Ronald
Richard Rothstein. son of Mr and
Mrs Jack Rothstein. of Miami
Beach and New York City
The bride-to-be la a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended Ohio University, where
she was a Dean's List student and
a member of Alpha Epsilon PW
Social Sorority At present. Miss
Grenald Is 1 -i-cach therapy ma
jor at the Universal) of Miami
Mr Rothstein was gradui
from the Wharton School of Fi
nance and Commerce at the I ni
versit) oi Pennsylvania! where be
received .< Bachelor of Science d|
gree in economics He played on
the varsity tennis and squash
teams ai I sei ved as an offio 1 in
both Tan Epsilon Phi So
teinitv and Alpha Kappa Psi N
tional Business Praternit)
Presentl) stud) Ing al the Ui 1
versity oi Miami's School ol ia
Rothstein. formerl) principal
ow ner of the Eden Roc Hoti
member of Phi Delta Phi I
l-1 at. rnity
Elyse Dubbin,
Stuart Auerbach
Are Betrothed
Mr and Mrs Daniel Dubbin
8530 MliSOn Rd have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
e to Stuart Auerbach
The bridegroom to i>c 1^ the aoi
of Mr and Mrs Irving Auerbach
840 Michigan Ave
\ graduate ol Miami Beach aV 1
ior High, the future bride Is
tending the Universit) of Miam
Her sororit) is Delta I'hi fSpsilon
which she served as vice president
Her fiance a graduate of River
side Militarv Academv is a mem
bar of the An Force Reserve pre
aentl) attending the Universit) ol
Miami
Beach Miirachi Women
A Chanuka package part) is
slated fin Monda) 1 p m
Kneseth Israel Congregation
sored b) Miami Beach i haptei of
Mizrachi Women Presidenl is Mis
Rachel KaU Laufei
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Wedding in May
Mr and Mrs Marx Farter ..
nounce the enitasement of the
daughter. Geralyn Dee. to Wiilian
Herman, son of Mr and Mr
Joseph Berman. o( New York (V.
The future hride attended I
University of Florida and receive
a decree in business admlhisl
tion from the Universil> of Mian
She presentl) is employed as
accountant for the City oi \.
York
Mi Dai man earned a pi
al diploma from the Brooklyi
sarvatorj Ol Music and a bache!
of .science degree in music 1
Mannes i olletic lie has givei
certs both singly and as 1
ber of the International C01
Trio, ami t* ctirrentlr hr:id trl
Woodwind I^epartment at
Brooklyn 1 onaanatety oi M
Mi Fabei has been mi
er. 1 affaii in Miami fo
yean an.I I- uell-khomi to
munit) havtBt prarv
ban foi Ml wars.
\ Ha) wedding is pin
miss tirsr DUBUH
Or Olom Ladies
Present Play
Temple Or < llom Sisterhood was
to hold ils monthl) meeting on
Thursda) evenin -' the temple
auditorium
"Heroine o- Heretic play WTH
ti ai d directed b) Mrs I-eo Wine
social action coairman, as
to Ih' presented
last members Include \lf lames
Bert Beinhardt, Gerald Schuartz.
k Parfcei Lawrence Wulken,
William Herxbrun, and Mr I1
Binklei Mao Bonnie Raymond and
Sirs.in Wolf
Cultural rice president 1- Mrs
Emor) Green, and Mrs Murra>
Sisterhood president
Rabbi Samuel April i~ spiritual

Former Miami
Exec's Daughter
Exchanges Vows
Mist Enul) Frances B
,!.,.. bti : il Mr and V:-
K.r. man 1 k'"-1 Gardens Hills ;
u., mai ned De< i;; I
hs Mills Jewish Center t" H
j Gannes son of Pr
Abraham l' Gannes ol I
Hills. I.I
The bride is a senior at SI .
Universit) College. New
\ N She plan- to teach k
marten 1:1 the Btnghamton, N '
school s\ -'I'm
Mr Cannes a graduate of I
College, I" an eleclru.il
associated with General Elec
in Bingharatoo aid 1.....
towards .1 Mastei s decree at s
Otlse I ni\ ei Ml>
\;tet a tup to Puerto | the Virgin Isles, the couple
live in Vestal, N Y
Dr Gannes, director ol I
Camps. Port .lervis. N Y ..-
merl) director of the Bun
Jewisl: BdUCatUMl of lilealei
ami and eaecutiva eirectoi
Council on Jewdjn Bducatjoi
idelphia
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Beth David Congregation to Establish
South Dade School and Cultural Center
Beth David Congregation early need to serve the several hun
this week voted to acquire a lite
in the South Dade area for the
M;tWs*nieit of a permanent
school facility and cultural center
dred family members of the con-
futation who now live in South
Heth Da\id currentlv maintains
Max R Silver, president of Beth a Hebrew School in the area with
la\id. said the action was taken an enrollment of several hundred
n Sunday and prompted by the students m rented quarters
Rabbi Seltzer To
Conclude Series
Rabbi Sanford Seltaas*, Mean
ve director ol the Southeast He
.ion of the Union of American
Hebrew t'ongre
cations will con
. ludf :i five week
liscusa on aaries
n The Ecumen
i e a 1 ouncil
Religious Liberty
ad the Jew on
Mondaj night at
1 empli Beth ShO
lain
Rabbi Seltzer,
whn coordinates
activities of Lib-
eral and Reform
. .i n -. i e gatioi -
.: "ii J.out t h e
South, will fol *bbi Selttrr
>v Ca t h ol i<
<>i>;il and I nitarian discuss
the recentl) concluded Ee
ii ,<: Council in R
ibi Leon Ki Temple
Shalom s| il the
educal which
n t" the public mid at
t the wi Moi
,i> ons has i vceeded .ili e
"Numerous inquiries have
been received from unaffiliated
families in South Dade and Ken-
dall who show an interest in be-
coming Beth David members,"
Silver said.
Plans for developing the new
facility will incorporate a six-te-
ttghUcksssriSM) building f<>r the
Hebrew School and an auditorium
and cultural center to be used for
adult education and youth activi-
ties under Beth David sponorship
in the area
Site committee will be chaired
by Heisehel Rosenthal. and in
eludes Mendell Seiig, Lewis stern
shem. Phillip Schiff, Seymour
Friend. Martin Rhodes, Lea Aeren
son, Walter Falk, Al Beer. Stanles
Spieler Norman Sholk and Sam
Puder
Rabin Sol 1-andau i* spiritual
leadei <>i Beth David Congregation
Bikur Cholim Chanuka fete
There will !>e .1 holida) season
I hanuka part) al tin- first 1
Dined meeting ol the Ladies tux
iliarj ami Men's Club of the Jest
iah Convalesci nt Honv f S >utfi
Florida on Wednesday 7:80 i n
it Hibiscus Lodgi 059 \ I
Mi Jos* i h E l-.i -' i .
be hosts
Best Wishes for a Happy Chanuka
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HARKY SISKIN
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Harry Sirkui. founder and hon
orai> life president ol Temple
Emanu El. will he honored on the
occasion <>i hit BOth birthday, an
nouneed Max Boderman. president
of the congregation and Dr lrv
mil; Ix'hrman. spiritual leader
A special tnhute will ten
dered Sirfcin at this week Frl
daj evening service ;it 8:10 p.m
Sirfcin has served Temple
Emanu-EI for ovei -"> years ami
at president from i!'4i' to IBS! Mi
and his famil) have been active in
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Fdward T. Newman, of Miami Beach, newly-eiecled president
of the Jewish Funeral Directcts of America, greets Mayor
Elliot Roosevelt 'center and Pr. Samson R. We:rs riqhl exec-
utive vice president of the Union cf Orthodox Jewish Conqre-
-ns. Mayor Roosevelt and Dr Weiss were gues* speako: -
ie JFDA 3Pth annual national convention held at the Fon-
:-iinebleau Hotel this week.
Funeral Directors in Meel
ihc nrni tn inun "the mean
ful role of tin- funenl
11 giOW e\ int ,iv vtri
pre lloiida> l>> Pi Samson It
s. pvpcutur rice president of
in ion nf Orthodox Jewish inn
lion- nf America
Gables Women
Chamrka Fete
Mrs. Sol Rnnpaport, president,
ill eoniliu-t nmtinK of B'nai
nth Women of ("oral Gables on
ufsday evening at the Hillel
luadatton on the fnmnu< of th<-
verattjf of Miami Chairman of
( tiamik.i BMWVaim will Ih'
Wn David Sachs
Interfaith Girl s<- ruli'i the leadership of Hn Mar
in Jacobs and Mrs Herb Schuro
vrill present Chanuka p!.v
Speasored b) th<- Coral Gables
tap will \h Riven
5coW flau Inscribed with its
ame .it the conclusion "f tin- eve
Addressing iht .'Wth annual na
Uonal convention "f tli' Jewish In
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and the funeral director
have kej functions in fulfilling
the iritual needs "i the bereaved
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which has held fast to its faith
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Jfyar Tod Cypn
Tad CypCB, son of Judge and
Mrs Irving CJpen, 320 W Di Lido
Dr. will become Bar fctitzvah on
Saturday. Dec 18. at Temple
Emanu-Kl.
Tad is an eighth grade student '
at Ida If. Fisher Junior High
School He plays trumpet in the
school band
Mr and Mrs Max Cypen. of
Miami Reach. Tad's prandparvnt-.
will attend the Bar Mitzvata.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception following the sen-
ice in the patio of the Temple. i

Howard Saif
First official function in the new
Kneseth Israel Synagogue. 1415
Euclid A\e. will be the Bar Mitz
vah of Howard I,eon Scif
Howard, son of Cantor and Mrs
Abraham Self, will be called to
the Torah and share the pulpit
with his father, chanting the sen
ice on the occasion of his Bar Mitz
vah on Saturday. Dec 18.
Howard is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Hebrew Academy and
sings in the Hebrew Academy
choir He is junior cantor at
Kneseth Israel Synagogue
Kiddush will be served follow-
:ng the service
m
Leili* Harris
Bas Mitzvah of Leslie E Harris
will be observed on Saturday mor-
ning. Dec 18. at Temple Beth Am
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Lee
Hams. 1107 Aduana Ave. Coral
Gables, the celebrant is an eighth
trade student at Ponce de l-eon
Junior High and plays violin in
the school orchestra She is a tal-
ented cartoonist, sews, bakes and
partidpatei in sports.
.i Voting Israel of Greater Miam
on Saturday Dec 18
Robert is an eighth g!*d<
dent at John K Kennedv Junior
II: h His hobbies are fishing and
goif
A party given by his parent! in
his honor will be held at the Kden
Roc Hotel.
Doris Faro
Doris, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Nissim Faro, will become Bas Hit!
vah on Friday evening. Dec 17.
at Temple Menorah.
Boris is a student in the Reli
^ious School and also attends
Nautilus Junior High, where she
is an eighth grader Her favorite
subjects are English and home
economics.
Following services, there will be
an Oneg Shabbat in Doris honor

I loon Cohen
Friday evening services. Dec. 17.
at Beth Torah Congregation will
include the Bas Mitzvah of Ileen
Cohen The celebrant is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs Irving Cohen.
1256 NE 150th St. and grand
daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel
K Cohen.
Ileen is an eighth grade student
at North Miami Junior High and
marches for the DAV Rosettes
Mr and Mrs. Cohen will honor
their daughter at the Oneg Shab-
bat on Friday and at a buffet
supper in their home on Saturday
night
David Irnlmvir
Robert Abiamt
Robert Michael, son of Mr and
Mn William Abrams. 17020 NF
8th PI, will become Bar Mit/\ah
THE
Early services at Beth Torah
Congregation on Saturday. Dee 18. >
will include the Bar Mitzvah of .
David, son of Mr and Mrs Sey-
mour BnKikmyer. 890 NE 168th St
An eighth grade student at J F
Kennedy Junior High, the cele
brant will be honored at the Kid
dush following the ceremony and
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David is the grandson of Mr
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max, and Mrs H Goldshlag. of
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Roy Goldonborg
Early morning services at Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Center on
Saturday. Dec 18. will include the
Rar Mitzvah of Roy, son of Mr and
Mrs David Goldenberg.
Third generation member of the
Center, the celebrant is the grand
son of Mr and Mrs Benjamin
Jonas Members of the Center
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The Bar Mitzvah is an outstand
ing student in Hebrew and public
school, plays in the school band,
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Mr. and Mrs. Goldenberg will
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evening in their son s honor.

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Maureen Ix>u. daughter of Mr
and Mrs Joseph J Foos. 14802 NW
13th Rd will become Bas Mitzvah
on Friday. Dec 17. at Beth Moshe
Congregation
An Oneg Shabbat in Maureen's
honor will be bald following the
services, in Popiel Social Hall
Maureen is a student at Beth
Moshe Hebrew School and is in
the Junior Choir She is a mem
her of Young Judaea Maureen at-
tends Thomas Jefferson Junior
High School and is in the seventh
trade
Grandmother. Mrs I.ily Foos of
Miami, and grandmother. Mrs
France! Roan of Coral Gables,
will attend
Saul Stain
Bar Mitzvah "f Saul son "' Mr
and Mrs Lwr Stein, 17kh sw 7tb
si, will lake plao Saturdaj morn-
ing, Dee lKth. at Cot:
Beth El
Saul i- an eighth grade stu
;it Citrus Grove Junior High am
attends Beth El Hebrew School
Jeffrey Goldman
1 n Saturda) morning Dec '.k.
: lea Jeffrt \ ion ol Mr and
Morton Goldman 1110 still
water Dr.. will In- Bai Mitzvah at
i i pie Nei r.miid
i harles is a student al Nautilus
Junior High ami Temple Ner
Tamid Religion School He is an
athlete. His hobby LI breeding
tropical fish, and he plays several
instruments
Reception and luncheon will be
Friday. December 17, 1965
held after the services at the Bal-
moral Hotel '
Nail Martin
Neil Martin SOU of M and Mrs.
I, i..me Brown will becoOM Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. :vc ,8 at
pic vi.ith Veshunin
Neil is in the eighth :le of
ohn F Kennedy Junioi High He
i ., member of the Toi Baaeball
i.eague and plays laxoph ne in the
school band Rll hobbj La collect-
Mi- Isiacli stamps and coins
After his Bar Mitzvah he plans
to continue in the uraduatinR cla*s
of the Hebrew School
Following services. Mr and Mrs.
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* Jen i s I Ik i Hi ?r
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ioonn lerntr Sam Wellian lawrtnce Gaulkim )orl Friedman
/")ar *-/ / (itzwin
Continued frm Prtctdmg Page
. two will Kive a reception in
of ; tell son

Joinn Lamer
Saner, daughter >>f Mr
: Mi- Harry turner. 117(1 NW
Si uilj become Ha- Mit/vuh
Saturday morniiTH services Dec
, I. mpla Tift-Tcth 1-rael
N'ano i- an eighth trade
.. Horace Mann Junior
.{ butstandinf studi nl
lafj shr k wen tarj ol
ludaei V with Group at the
. Ii
uill he held in the
lAalt Mli'v-ip^ the lervices
^tf'tnee Caulk in
srtri of Di an.l Mrt
B Gaulkin. Ill NE I21sl
Miami will celebrate hi- Bai
?i at K""*li. To: ah Coi
Saturday, !< 1H
* peace k m eighth grade rtu
v. tfi stiaosj Junioi HI b
-
i- a member <>f the
icrt
\ u'l-i p'ion in hn honor will !*
held at tin- Deauville Hotel on
Sundav
Sam Wollun
Sam -"ii "i Wr ami Mis Hag
bri-t Wotfaon. 2399 I'metre* Dn
will be Bar Mrtsvan on Saturday
morning, Dec 18. at Temple Beth
Sholom
Thr ii lebiartt is a student in the
lt*-t h Sholom Confirmation Class
Joel Friedman
.in Andrew. ion <>f Mr and
Mr- Hii\. Knsdrian. Dl 7<>lo s\\
d St., II beco ne Bar Mitzvah
al tervicei ;it Beih l\mid Congre
nation mi Saturday Dae 18.
U lei ii h gfade student
I Palmetto Junior High and hai
Beth David Keli-
[loui Soh Othei interest! include trombonist
in !h" school concert(band, paan
i-t and coin collei I
Mrs (iu- Pi iedman, ol < hii
Mr and )ll StU)GH arid Ml
Mrs ll I-11< .In;.m. (jt Miami,
i 'in- will attend the sen
md celebration to held at
a luncheon in S ol Beth
David
Scott Lipman
It I "Am sol ol Ml and Mrs
.....invth Lipmai
Mitzvah I da> Dec
remple Adath Veshui un
S< otl i- in Ihe eighth gradi
John F Kenned) Junior High,
he i- a drummer in the school
hard Hi* favorite sports are base
ball and football, and he is an ex-
cellent student in the Hebrew
School
Following the service, Mr and
Mi- l.ipmaii will yive a reception
in honor of their son
Carol Rhorlich
Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Fred Khorlich. 60W.I Stt 11th St.
will l>e 15a- Mitzvah at Tempi.
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The Khorlich- will host the
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+ Ui Friday. December 17. 1965
Rabbi Caplan
Testimonial Here
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan wai to
honored Thunda) evening at
testimonial dinner In tin- Deau
ilk Hotel
Tin' testimonial mai lea i: ibbi
apian's 35th year in tii' rabbin-
e
Sponanra "i the function are the
officers and directors a< Skj Lake
Synagogue, of winch RabM Cap
' m is spiritual laadai
Rahhi Israel Miller nraakk ni of
the Rabbinical Council <>f Ami-r
wu in be uesl speakei
Also slated on the program
are Rev. Luther Pierce, execu-
tive director of he Greater
Miami Council of Churches; Rev.
Fr. Donald F. X. Connolly, of
'he Miami Diocese; Rabbi Sher-
win Stauber, spiritual leader of
Young Israel of Greater Miami;
Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-EI; and Rabbi Leon
Kronish. of Temple Beth
Sholom.
Rabbi Caplan i president
the (in'. ical As
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Thursdaj program were to be
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I ake, and Mrs \heri En telman.
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Walter Pidgeon opens Tuesda>
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menl in Take Her, She's Mine
directed bj Judith Abbotl and the
first production oi the eight plaj
winter season at Miami Beach's
new Roosevelt Playhouse on At
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Penned bj Phoebe and Henrj
Bphron, "Take Her. she'- Mine'
enjoyed a year's run on Broad
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log exactb foui years later a kind
of anniversary celebration,
Pidgeon, one of Broadwaj and
Hollywood's mosl distinguished
ore. -tarred m Take Her, She's
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ia i 'ritics and audiences land
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college in the corned) which glee
full) recounts the phases of a
and hei pai
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a ect of her parent- solicitude,
and Richard Lunam will seen
as the truculent Harvard -indent
Alex Loomis others featured in
the large east include Donald
Keyes, John Spencer, Kathleen
Eric Marcia Straaaman, Beverlj
Huh and Douglas Norwick
Director Judith Abbott, daugh
ter of the illustrious George lb
ix'tt staged the national company
production of 'Take Her. She's
Mine, a- well as a summer thea-
tre companj starring Man- Con-
reid
Carnival Open House
Phi SieTna Tau Girls' Club will
host a Carnival Open House at
the YM and wiia of Greatei
Miami, 8500 SW Hth st on w. ,i
nesdaj 7 30 p m There will be
dai to a live hand ami refresh
ments and games for teenagers
CAPTAIN JIM'S BEST WISHES
CLAM BOX TO OUR FRIENDS
RESTAURANT AND CUSTOMERS
AIL THE FISH YOU GINA CAMPO
CAN EAT. $1.25
15100 Biscayne Blvd STORES
N. Miami Beach
CHANUKA GREETINGS
FROM HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
ANNA & AARON SAVRAN
Who Are Back Operating STYLE RITE
SAVRAN BAKERY OPTICAL MFG.
UN 6-8982 CO., INC.
7423 Collins Avenue

A HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
VENTURA-ASSAEL & CO RENEE DE PARIS. INC
of Miami. Inc. French Jewelry
6608 COLLINS AVENUE Joe Ventura
UN 5-7631 President
ALADDIN RADIO SALES
New Address. 1348 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
SALES RENTAL PHONE 5384861
HAPPY CHANUKA
ALLEN ORIGINALS
928 N W. 7th AVENUE
374-4304
MR. AND MRS. BERNARD HAMERSMITH
wish fo extend
their sincerest Holiday greetings
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The Hebrew Academy
Of Greater Miami
Proudly Announces that
HIS EXCELLENCY
Avraham Harnian
AMBASSADOR
FROM THE STATE OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED STATES
WILL SPEAK AT THE
18th Annual
Scholarship Dinner
of the Hebrew Academy JAN. 9. 1!)()(,
* DEAUVILLE HOTEL
.. MIAMI BEACH
HONORING MR. AND MRS. HARRY GENET
CELEBRATING 18th ANNIVERSARY OF ISRAEL
AND THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
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Friday, December 17, 1965
* Am* isl fkr/rfiTHn
former Miamian
fill Address
friends Group
fhe Tuesday meeting of the
n Friends of the Habrea
jversit) will feature a former
Seymour H Liebman,
MrMcn i it>. s ipeaker of
. .mine,.
Liebman, who practiced law in
inda prior to moving to Mexico,
kded the Bequests Committee of
South Florida Friends until
irturc Speaking on "Latin
Jewry Today.'' Liebmu
bring t.> his listeners many
maJ experience! g leant d
bugh years of research and
Lel throughout South America
it he has born pursuing re ,
|\ h for his writings
lairman of the Chanuka gath .
will he Kahbi Mayer Abram
of Temple Menorah. A
Dei of the hoard of the South
tula Friends of the Hebrew
trsity since its Inception, Rab
Ibramowitl this year has an '
nl interest in the university
{ram because several students
temple M< norafa plan to study
i inpus of the Hebrew I ni
H> in Jerusalem next year
Ccording to Jack s Popick,
idem of the South Florida Di
On of the Friends, special
pu .it the 8 p m program, to
place in the Fontaiiiebleau
will bo Israel Consul (iener
Shimon Yallon and Mrs "i .il
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SlYMOUK lilt MAN
Forty-Niners
Chanuka Banquet
Irving Schat/man. president of
the Forty Niners of Temple
Bmanu-El, has announced that the
annual Chanuka banquet, spon-
sored by the group of senior citi-
zens will bo held Sunday 6:30
p in in Sn km Hall
A traditional Chanuka dinner
will Ik- served, followed t>> pro-
gram "f entertainment prepared
by Cantor Zvt Adler Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of Tem
pie Kmami Fl, will extend greet-
ings
Sky Lake Camps
Reunion Sunday
Sky Lakes Camps will hold their
annual gel together on Sunday.
Dec 2li. from 2 to 4 p m at the
Deauville Hotel
Featured will be movies of last
summer'- activities the camps.
according to Sid Greenspan and
Ira Steinmet/. directors, who will
be on hand to welcome guests and
answer all questions.
Sky Lake Camps offer a com
pk-te program al economically-
planned rates for four and eight
week pei i.|s Situated high in the
Blue Ridge mountains near the
North Carolina border, they are
surrounded by Sky I.ake and Lake
Burton, with over 1.000 acres of
trail-laden forest, lakes, winding
rivers, streams and mountains
awaiting the enjoyment of camp-
ers.
Reservations are accepted on a
first come, first serve basis for
Uns and girls age i to 17 Infor
mation is available at Sky Lake
Camps. P.O Box 3355. Miami Fla
JWV Post Sees film
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& RENTALS
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE"
4129 Estancia Ave. Ph. 445-3645
Coral Gables
Happy Chanuka from
DAVID LYNN CATERERS
Chanuka Greetings from
MIAMI BEACH HADASSAH
GULF DRUG COMPANY
EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Cromwell Hotel
Ready for Big
Winter Season
The Kosher Cromwell Hotel, on
the Ocean at 20th SI is now read)
for the winter season
Sam Schechter, operator of the
Cromwell, said that the hotel has
totally new lobby and dining
room, refurbished from ceiling to
floor, with new furnishings added
And air-conditioners through
out the building have been re
placed with the latest model units,"
ccording to Schechter
Inspiration for the bringing
up to data of the Cromwell was
Hurricane Betsy. "Inspection of
the hotel after the big blow told
us that this was the opportunity
we had been waiting for,"
Schechter said.
The entire hotel has been im-
proved, and the swimming pool
and cabana patio are;, rebuilt"
The strictly kosher hotel main
tains its own synagogue on the
premises for daily, services A full
pro era m of entertainment la
planned to keep guests occupied
around the clock ST
,. ,, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
ADe Morrow it/ Post 682 and in and for dade county.
Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish War Florida in probate
\l 1 i tN O D7 t>
eterans, will hold their annual i\ rk taunt* '
Chanuka part) on Thursday eve istki.l
Ring, Dec. 23, 8 p.m., at the I'm notice to creditors
fied Hall. 2300 NE 171st St The To All rr*dit*n. and \:: i Ha -
r;i .....:,i__i ,,. ,, ..... Ins '"Uiiin- r Prniandii Aica i
film entitled Ix't My People Go
will be shown, and traditional J' "'' hereby i r*~
... .... 'inn, .1 t*i m\ i-luinit* imd i -
I banuka refreshments will be ,.,,i- tin*
served. ">* uoi'iis tki.i. *!-< I
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.....f I '., laaaaaJ 1st fiot AiA isroei to uer Mia
in I: ill" v
Four Freedoms AuvHiarv Jewish
ui i i, i_ m*iitm
war veterans, win have a
Chanuka luncheon and caiu partv ""
.l r- r- j r. .- t at Wami, rloi-lda, *
at the rour freedoms Recreation ,,.,v ... i..,. ,; ... \ i>
Room. .1800 Collins ,\\e on Thin- l'* .' TRI.L,
day. Dec. 23. at noon Proceeds i ... lM ..
will be channeled to the aid of :"
Israel pro-am
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legal NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER \ the COUNTY JUDGES COURT
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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Parade directed bj Mrs Rose
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"iJewisIi Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. December 17. 1965
Section C
n

Who created miracles for our forefathers
THE SEVEN MACCABEE SONS WHO WOULD NOT SCPAPF RF FORE A TYRANT
hcxnithc* ^celebration: l I. J. MARGULIES

n
writer that about
five hundred yea*-*, aiio
Kiumbed to mmt ma
--ion .1 Iraumatic sho- k
.ii total memory
thai hai Bsnad
ttlj \ egOe instant- I
try i lam.* t- r
part uninterrupted
p an increasing
the unwritten or I
il not clear, at load
ti But the cycle
ii. s i'im bur
mconviousness
urkj and sevn for
iverj ii in Mm
ill ape. Om of
nil) twitched
. nd I ::nittedlv th.- D
>'d float and bobble
'"-i' Hi., however is no in
stir Much less that hi- means to
wake
Minus that lust body of mem
. r\ the Jew at best, is like an
amputee At best he feels the
presence of an unremitt-m; ab-
sence This is what accounts for
the Jew s perennial be i con
aeienca He is onlv half Ml
imj'.;e It act-'lints for th..t
i deprivation, a
,n the muscular Sabrai
haven't qir.te managed '" ataaa
it tecaamU lav his eaaUnaal dis
coml"rt. because something
-i..... ,1 !* than and what shou.d
be there is not
Chanuka ll an excellent ev mi
pie of that amnesia
Day of Abomination
what do we know of
Chanuiv.-r We know it as the
dedcation of the Sanctuary We
know it falls on the twenty fifth
da) of Kislev. corresponding tc
the fust da> of the winter sol
si lea We know it as the da>
of (weeping from the Temple the
|)< enti ms i. reek soldiery We
know it m a day the observance
of the rituals "as no lonfer held
a capita! offense and a day when
the s. roha Of the law were no
! upon disi oi
Th; Sanctuary
k ii w it m a da) of the
mil icul '' '',v
,,f nrho would
nol tyrant, and
when the board
,. | iinagi ,i the Olympian Jove
was i. moved from thi eltai of
the Temple ami the TCnpie
cleansed Chanuke we know ue
feat Defeat, in that on that day
the Temple was scourged, and
Victory, in that on that day three
years later the temple was re
stored
But what do we know of Cha
nuka itself the forgotten original
(hanuka What can we know ol
it" We haven't even the faintest
notion i f whal the Sanctuary was
the \erv sanctuary l>cf' re
wh ii the original tight! of < he
nuka were made to Vim. There
.'.' Kholastic clues. But
not help, as they
'
alisms that make the
an unknowable, \ '
the rymptoms ol
the amnesia itself In fact. I
ne is that unne la tl
even the sensation of
what the Sanctuary might
know inc.'' but what is worse
pcihaps we have even lost the
leg timacy of ever again possess
Ing it (if course there are some
neglig hie institutions in the bow-
els of the unconscious that
stretch toward that knowledge,
! ;t these, too, are of only the
fuzziest scope
The Real Meanings
i hanuka'a real meaning is con
. withheld from us Not
oii!> don't we know the Sanctu
ary, hut we don't know the
lit Not onl) don't we know
the Lights, hut we don't know
i andeUbra Who indeed
knows the Candelabra that held
names Of that first Feast of
L'ghts, lit first by Aaron' Which
of us can conceive the meaning
of the four fires, the white and


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Jt*lsMcrldlr>r
Friday, December 17
1565
May the Happiness of
This Festive Season
of
CHANUKA
"The Feast of Candles"
Gladden the Hearts of All Jewry
O Convenient Offices Serve Dade County
TO ALL GREETINGS
BONACKER &
LEIGH, INC
Food Brokers
MEMBERS NATKMAl F000 BtMtHrS ASSN
"We Cover South Florida"
5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE
Miami, Fla.
HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
FLORIDA DIVISION
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.United Benefit Life Ins.
Phone 371-1441 805 Ainsley Building
HAPPY CHANUKA
KOSI \Fi;i II and \KVKI.
REAlTOtS
220-71st Street, Miami Beech
Ph. 865-8575
HAPPY CHANUKA AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
ALL-STATE* PI III IMIIV4. #'#.
1140 N.E. MIAMI COURT fr 3-7671
>EPH GREENflfRG Own
We Extend lo All Our Sincere Best Wishes for Chanuka
WILSON KOOI l\4. | o.
2421 N.W 27th AVENUE
L. T. WILSON, Owner
NE 3-3157
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
THOMAS D. O'MALLEY
YOUR METRO COMMISSIONER
GREETINGS
aix pi iron
VVMTI/I\(, I OIKIV
SANITIZING A DEODORIZING TRY OUR "HOME" SERVICE
137 N.W. 36th STREET Miami OH 751-3951
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
< OM.LKIt CLINIC PHARMACY
1633 N.W. 35th Street Conger Building
PNOMI NI 54713
VAL DAYTON, Owner
GKtniNcs r*o* insr mumoto
CMC C10TMIS AT WOtKING Clll MICES .
ALMOST IfU MIOI'I'I
COCKTAH GOWNS W. Ml Ur X~ en C*siMMl tmiii CASUAL WIAI
2723 $ W. 27th AVE. Ph HI. 3-3414
A Time of the Miraculous Lights
Continued from Pao* 1-C
the red fire, the green fire and
the black fire through which vi
Jon Moses conceived the
structure of that Candelabra.
Do we know what the fourfold
division is or the meaning of the
sequence of its colors or what
the colors themselves signify'
Are the four fires correspondent
to the four letters of the unpro-
nounceable name' Are they cor-
respondent to the four rivers that
went forth from Paradise' Are
they the four consecrated ani-
mals'' Are they ihe four arch
angels Michael Gabriel. t'riel
and Raphael'1 Are ihey the lour
worlds through which the Tree
of 1 lie lirenchcs. Atsiluth. I'rnh
VfMnk and. unallv \--iah '
Imperceptible Fablet
N there any connection
t.xeen these tour ind the -ul>
-equent Talmudir leecnd <>( the
four ho entered the i-orden
the I'ardess. the Italihis Ban \m
Hen /oma. Kllshn lien \tuyah
and Akiha'.' For the most i>art
we assign Mich matters to the
MBMOMM hnnsl place of lee-
end. We put them in a l>ook.
We dispose of them as imper-
ceptible i.ihli primitive al-
SAILS REALTY, INC.
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Renowned Leeuwarden Synaqogue intenor buill
Jewish community tounded in Holland in 16)
ed in Israel. Carefully dismantled jiece by
has been shipped to Israel and will qracc die
erected in a children's village in Israel, the Ki i .
qoque in Munechi Women's Kfar Batya at Ra
with no more I-*ws low in Leeuwarden as a
the Nazi invasion, the synaqooue become
the olory nnd the tragedy ol a neandectnv :
>h .-ommunity The reconstructed tyocK}
rated on Oct. the Chief Rabbis of
tjel. Ambassadors of the U.S. and the ','
President Zalman Shazar m nttendance
lepKfcMtOM "lery of aesthetic
M imaginary import. I'oettr-
i-m* 'a* call them segments of
elunct anthropology, but we
accredit our unease to the nat-
ural unfamiliar*? that comes
from the pn
material tim<
lietween
M\V
If these i
nbvtnusly i
thai
GREETINGS
J* W. EWALT KENNEL
Racing a* &tscayne and Flagler Dog Tracks
Miami, Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
1541 N.E. 164th Street Ph. 945-6471
Mr. and Mrs. Alex P. Friedman
And Daughter Joy
Of
FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY
"South Beach's Favorite Bakery"
655 Washington Ave. JE 1-6173
Extend Best Wishes (or a Happy Chanuka
To Their Customers and Friends
GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
HAPPY CHANUKA
CASTLEWOOD INTERNATIONAL
CORPORATION
and its Subsidiaries
STATE LIQUOR STORES MAR-TAB VENDWC
its virton
-.nil la n-
wereut Mr
West, in
thU forfeit r
cessation ol I
Of cetirsc i g I
-artm*e s. ud :-rJ
there seems I *l
tmual asriei I
lapses The I I
oaMBHdy ii I
iiabel and
mum the u
Chanukc: G
MIAMI U ^'NE
ENGINEERS INC.
418 SW 2nd A.ENUE
Telephone 373-6669
HAPPY CHAN
? ro-
AUTOMATIC
GAS
SY REESfc
13090 N.W 7th Av
MU 1-4438
Beet Wishes for A Hapf
Chanuka
mRfA*
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: :v. December 17. 1965
-len/tfftrr/rfiir
ilar amnesia attack. Those
I a like raeh niiiiiii- foi ipecu-
tir lli.it thi' lasl of this
ilions occurred ;it
ui ol the Temple
luenl Exile, when
x s..-,hina withdrew it pre*
..nl in raplacemenl lefl our
:oiis with a clouded and Infer!-
Met of knowing, an order of
''in^. dull and eraai
Since that transposition we
jvc learned to traee utelUtes
rt the source of the four fires
.innot trace.
Chanuka Draidel
But hope there l* If tree-- cm
made to sprout through the
sartPM Ben-Gurioa can evndi*
enadeo, which require only
do act- of magic, then, with
hit more practice we might
finally avail ourselves of the
Kaiahic visions we were prom*
i \: shock therap) may
. prerequisite lo such an
nt, if it i-. to undo our present
'.ite of coma Evidence abounds
hat the .-.hock mi: lit l- all too
iiminent At l< as! there
mor to that effect in the daily
eat. Judging from the cold
res by which the cold war Is
ring waocd. one nnuht wisely
n for it In the very nearest
rnsajndtlctoa Difficult it is
cour>*' knovtag whether to
oh forward to that even! with
ftcr trepidation or with utter
kfulnesa There i-. an oral
lition that the emotion sua-
d at that ultimate moment
have much to do with the
nettiate condition following it,
in whatever world.
However, the Shechina may in
fart return any midnight, espe-
i lally as the Shechina and the
Moon are often identified as par-
tially coterminous, and as it is
tu the Moon that our projective
fancies now lead. Then will our
< hanuka dreidels spin in a total-
ly anti-gravitational space, and
whirl on the pure air beyond the
triple aun. .sustained solely by
angelic hairs threading the
hwa\s between the planets If
DfMmre here gets any worse
van it aliead\ is. who knows
t that the Moon may become
sanctuary and refuse at least
ir that portion of humanity de-
rrvant ot it* hospitalities
It may be the only asylum to
impenaata for ti iphrenic
r split slicing out .:IhIh- in
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n the ver\ Moon thai ra
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Comedian Jack Bonny drops in to congratulate his old friend,
Aithur Fiedlor. conductor of the Boston "Pops" conceits, on
the establishment of the Arthur Fiedler Music Library in Tel
Aviv by Histadrut. Israel Labor Federation. Meetmq took
place al the Waldorf Astoria testimonial dinner for William
Hellman. president of Kennedy's of New England, chairman
of the project which will cost $300.0(30. From left are Dr. Sol
Stein, national director of Israel Histadrut Campaign, Israel
Consul General Michael Arnon, Fiedler, Hellman and Benny.
its eelc hration now is not tl:
fore the worst of ambitions.
There is always the possibility
that THERE the meanini: of tin-
four fires, plus several hundred
thousand more items like them,
may become clear again. And
who knows who may erect us
at her gate There is also a
tradition that her ptsjs, like the
openings in the body, are nine
in number, since the Moon is
Yesod or Foundation, and also
representative of the bodily
Corpus At any rate, extraordin-
ary things aeem always to be
happening in its light.
If we are very lucky, and if
the demons can no longer contain
themselves at their governmen-
tal games, we may attend that
celebration there in our own
generation. The transition may
come via a multitude of possi-
bilities An Illuminating bolt, in
the mushrooming proportions
of the phallus. ma> lie the ve-
hicle of transport \ simultan-
eous boll on Israel a n d Nt h
York may assure the lews abso-
lute prim paaaage The planet
Continued on Page 16-C
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A Young Artist Depicts Terror
By CHARLES M. SEGAL
THERE were. 38 witnesses for I ho prosecution
' when Adolf Kuhmann itood trial in Jerusalem
One of them was young artist. Yehuda Bakon.
.we of the few survivors' of Theresienstarlt and
Auschwitz who had spent three years in the shad-
iius of crematoria.
Today. Yehuda Bakon is being hailed os one
of Israel's outstanding artiste, with a wonderful
command of technique and a talent for expressing
fantasy." Represented in the I'nitcd States by the
Ross .Gallery of Israeli Art. ISO West End Avc
Nrw Yorl City, BakOB's works are sought by 'art
lover] throughout the country as well as in Can-
adav aas ~**i m
Behind the oils, gouaches, lithographs, draw-
ings and monotype- exhibited are the grim remem
brances ol the artist experiences in the Nazi con-
centration camps memorial he tries to papgeasi
in his woik and in his thinking.
Concentration Camp Epriane
In discussing his adjustment to "normal life"
following h^ Uberatiofl by an American Jewish
soldier Stanley Leaner, BO* of Toledo. O.
BakOD related The first three ..r four years whet.
I painted 1 was u-ualh still occupied with the con
centratioB camp l hist wanted to express what
happened to me. to the soul of a fifteen-year-old
boy. I thought I will tell them what 1 saw, in the
hope that people will change for the better But
people didn't change and didn'l even want to know
it was much later that l really understood the
meaning <>f suffering. It can have a meaning if it
changes you foi the better Suffering from God
teaches you something and uiffering from evil
drags you down
Baton's wort today reflects a world "f his en
ative imagination conveyed i nd P*e I*
.i- .i world of beauty and pathos
"In my work Bakon explained, 1 try to she*
that then is more thai on< reality in the world
and 1 attempt to portra) she mystery of life. For
example, in i Rembrandt portrait there Is never
just ession The more you took, the deeper
you perceive It i n-'1 onl) technique lhal achievej
this; "' have to have a to atch it
Bakon'S subjects are many and vane:
in ;n portraits mostly of vetaaj girl
sad faces to surrealistic, mystical :
represented with the calligraphic symbols
so in almost all his work, the human fort
the central theme and the experiences
with hi- subjects are very personal in n..t
Personal Vision
Alth-High he has been hailed as a kcHl
leohnicnn Bakon refuses to u.-e startling efl
lor ;heir own sake To him. personal Vtslon
the impotant thing and this he convey* u1t>>
delicacy imd variety in the use of color
'^.ikon's one marn^rt^^^RtTsFT^RJlrri^f'
England and France have attracted larje
of art loven Mis work has been chosen to
sent Israel in such exhibitions as the Paris R
of VOUng Pain ers. I'.Hil. and the Intin..,'. .
hlbltlon of Graphic Arts in Japan. r;
Yugoslaviz, 1963 Mis etchings were in<
he li*si Summer .'how Of the Royal Acj I
Art m Lndon, England
Born m Cieehoaloeakla faa ires. Bakon
family were seal to Iherealsnitedi by
in llMu Liter, they were transferred to
wit/ In t>th places he worked at art. He
mitted li paint and draw at ThereMen-'
d| his pictures were left there \t \
where it was considered sabotage to >
jenril or a piece of paper Bakon drew i
M-eretly
Religious Eipression
v. the war. Bakon decided to be
and I lix months in Prague
with Profess i Will Novak of she Pra
of Art In I'M*. h> w., brought to Isi
child well
Then Saold Schol
! Bvc w..rs stud
\:t m Jerusalem v
MUted fro he went on '
st the < 'eotral School of Art
i Beaux xn- m P
and 1)\ j'
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* Lut ihgiij-tr
Page 5-C
b Jews -. ::.ior on the sacred qrojnd cmon the millions of Jews throughout the
of Mount Zion in Jerusalem to join in prayer world sot to mark the Chcnuka festival
' Shofai ;s sounded to anno- the lighth the first cand'.e or. Satu
Year ol n re. They wil] be night
i Vel I'..:- f und in the collections
of Pnnress Helen Bonaparte, "f Greece; New
York'j i Nelson V Rockefeller; PaMo Casals;
Marlem Dietrich and those of the late Dr Oiaim
tVeismaan rlrat President of Israel; and the lat.'
Mrs } leaner Roosevell
me." iys Bakon, "art La a way t>f relig
ious expression, even if the artist hinwlf i, not
swan .: il Eva >ation of art is A variation on
Hi" ti of God We as human beings are no'
whole but itrive f<.- unity All forms of art are
an attempt to achieve this integrit) so t>iat under
(tanding one's own art daepi} gives an insight
into oCner art forms, even though the Ui-hnical
i>r blenu are different "
These an aome f the tl ing Yehuda Bakon
tries t.' .\; Lain to his Students These are some of
he things reflec.ed >" his art
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Story of the Creation of the Golem
By RABBI H. RABINOWICZ
THE creator of the (ioleni.
Rabbi .ludah ben Be z ale I
Ix>ow of F'rague. known as the
M;iharal, was neither a scholar
like- Solomon ben Jechiel I.ui*1
115101573i. nor mystic like
Moses ben Jacob C'or
(152215701 But he fired the
imagination of the Jewish masae.*
and no other Kuropean rabbi <>l
the Middle Arcs hat l<*t mi an imprint on his contemporai n
or cast so manual a spell over
so many reiterations. Fact and
fiction are cloaely interwoven, for
the Maharal became a legend in
hi- lifetime, and three and a half
centuries have not dimmed the
brilliance of his personalia
Subject Unknown
We know little about the per
sonal life of this remarkable
man. Few biographical details
have come down to us about hit-
childhood or his family .ludah
hrn BezaleJ Loew was born in
the second decade of the >i\
tienth century, probably in
PoMaV For a time < 1553-1573) he
u.in Landrabbiner in Xikolaburg
In 1583 he moved to Prague
where he took charge of a rab-
binical college. All the while he
wrote prolifically. He produced
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more than fifteen works, ranging
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on Rshi's comments on the
Pentateuch, to Sepher Netzarh.
deafen* with the day 0/ mourn-
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People began to take sat Ct V
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1Mb February 15KL In the
words 0/ the cnroturler (iina
"Our Sovereign, the juvt tririosj
and bixb Emperor Rudolphus.
called the r.aon Ijwa. 1- >:. at
Bezalel. to come before him. re-
ceived him most IrindH tad cob
verged with him a* with frvnd.
The subject of the ci
however, is quite Iffcnimn The
Fmperor i< a keen
astrology and alchemj I -
astronomer Tycho I be
Ueved to have a r r : gi the
meeting After this, mj
rumors Utan hi H
wa-. laid that in ret
Bmperoi 'a pi
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* tmisffkr/f, ,r
Paqe 7-C
< *
said to have used a kind of tele-
vision technique, the rabbi en-
aMinji the Emptror to "glimpse
I far off places."
But the K'amor of the Kmperor
<-pi-ode was eclipsed by an even
preater achievement, the crea
lion of a Golem In biblical and
m i s h n a i c Hebrew the word
(ioloin has several connotations,
an embryo, a mats of matter, thr
antithesis of "wise." It was wide
) believed among Jews that it
was possible to create a bomun-
culu- a superman by means of
the Ineffable Name. Uie Tetra
prammaton. the Shcin Hamefor
ash According to rabbinic hteit
ture. Ben Sra (the author of Kc
I lesiasticu-i strove to create a
Golan b> the use of the mystical
Betar Yrzirah (the Book of Crea-
tion attributed to the Patriarch
Abraham' But the task Mas too
ureat (or him "Yo\T caTlfiot do
i simile handed." he uas told. It
was onl> when he enlisted the
aid of the prophet Jeremiah that
Ben Btn >ucceedl in forming
"ire
Unoul Unity
\. time weal on the KabbalisU
more praficieiH in this
nge art According to a
d in the Talmud. Rabah had
i Golem; Rabbi Uaninah
bM : Osba > h formed i
i i i mtv Frida)
the i ationalist, finds noth-
n .1 r |> rising in this mod
Haninah ami Oshayah
iaed i i tmbine the
bj which the
i iverea u.is created This is not
wd fonbtdden magic for
r< at ions of God were
into l>- ing through His
\.:ui'' AOMMIG (."I, u, < 11 ,i-
luu jl -i'..r Itiddk a it -
n li n Gabircl 1021 I
author of
Oth-r Mafkut, and Rabbi Sam
el. father of the pietist Judah
ioehasiiil of Rengensburg, who
ATtite s.'tri i haaudim lahkena-
/.mi and riephardim were for onto
tail i bj a comn on i fforl i I
sixteenth centurj Elijah
( Ira jollied the limited ranks
>i th robot-misters Nor uas this
in r rely a matter of academic
' Uahaai Zebi, Elijah's
grandson, argeed th<- question as
i> wlicihei a Golem could 1h-
ted to a tninyan.
he Golem was not exactly
a unique phenomenon i m o n |
Jew** Yet no Golem could stand
in with the Golem ><(
the Maharal Although! we know
little about the rabbi we know a
great deal about the robot he
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rE yetf 1880 l.he place i Lithuania-Byelorus-
sia." part I f the vast Tsarist Russian Empire.
which include- most of the formerly independent
Poland On the throne sits the Tsar Alexander II.
who during ihc past nuartar-ceBtury. ever tinea
ascensh .. had u troduced liber., l reform*,
.,.. | h were the freeing of hi lerfi an I Lha
, |.. my cl Ihe re Hi lloi "which hu P*"<
,,... r ha : i n the five mill
..i.. -- d -;. ws of I
I olds j ite sway. N ifi ha i
ibly for Rust J< ( rj R
i-.d
ed '
distu salons.
But
I ''
' '
on Hi fai
n a tray ol ay of lif< ''

n and w

i in i rder to en orao tl it n
fuse adamantl) to introduce ini
eitj ghetto .- coma to regard as part of their religion, or shouM
the) go half v a) in thi n Ixati i
Aristocratic Jewish asstmilationista wanted to
abandon all specific Jewishneaa, and many of them
e\en became convert! t>> Christianit)
Joys ol His Peopl*
The ultra-orthodox masses, on the ether hand,
even refused to send their children to Russian-
language schools lest their offspring would "be-
come Goyim", so that when a famous Lithuanian
rabbi heard that his son was going to Gerrnanv to
study medicine he "sat Shiva" for him. mourned
him as dead. The "ala-skilim." or Knligh.eners. usu
ally middle-clas* intellectuals, advocated a part
way modernization adopt some of the new way
but adhere to the basic trawts of Judaism.
la Minsk there lives a man by the name of
Ejukum Zunser He is a singer at rich Jew ish wed-
:. ...
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Jewish Braille !: I id of
icct in New York recently
Fhadman a trustee of the Lami*
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hnlf cf the Foundation, and Mrs :
Finke. president d the Jewish Brail
lute.
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aiBIM who literally lives his word* an die*, both of which he himself comp> < -
knowi nothing barge in at h: weddings just to learn I
K EUafcum Baatehaa" Mr Diatom
ding Bard as he is fondly nicknamed
ntimrar>le songs lie depicts rhc few joy nd 'he
manny sorrow- >.( his troubled people nthing
escapes his eyes sod ears, whether H s
and dowerie*. or an old father abandon- bit
children, or the arrival of the railroad ia {uia.
or the prohJem of earning a livehhond what
rxt His son** are parables, sermons. tu'VUtuMt
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" t n i s t lUiHtnw
Page
for newspaper editorials. Ihs unhterary vernes ar*
a true ecao of the carriers speech of the folk, filled
with RuMiamsms and Hebraisms that arc thrown
,.t random into the Yiddish He is inclined to side
uith the EnliKhteners. in opposition to both the
W.iiuUUonuts and the Orthodox fanatics. Like
the AlaaRilim. this extraordinary Wedding Bard
preaches modernism, but not at the sacrifice of
TudaiMiv
A year later. 1881. RuasJaa Jewry has been
struck 3 terrible blow Tsar Alexander II ha* (wen
--mated and hi- successor, Alexander in. re-
m .ils hmiself as a vicious .mil Semite There is an
Ibreak of governmei; inspired pogroms m Kiev,
:. 1 and elsewhere The rights whict
he ; : \ m.i- i ar had granted Ihe Jew- are taken
w..y from then J< i lo live and
I u dne in i).. anting i
vclth wai ea ier than In th Jewish shtetl L'ni-
I t all bul
rotn '; ntj J< iah l
sit) of Kharkov m southern Russia, appalli
' im <>f events, bj Ihe i>" persecu-
'ions decidi lo abandon all thoughts <>f a |
i n .1 i reer in Russia nd | i imt ad to
rtine lo till the -"il then
. sji i esert of i v
rrtile Jewish homeland, even if it i eai i
lick ti malaria drinking dirt) wcll-v
ntl) repulsing marauding Arab Bedouin.
Return to Zion
n Iheir way over from Kharkov lo Palestine
-r>** nt group Mopped over in Minsk pay
;ncir respects to Reb Bliakum Zunaer "You are
Ung Jewish history," the beloved Wedding Bard
them, and writes tong to commemorate the
lion called "Shiva! Taton" the Return
to Zion and sing* of Mother Kachel jmousW
vtrlcoming back her long lost children The pre-
HeTXlinn Zionist movement called "Hibat Tsion."
l-*ve of /.ion the movement to establish Jewish
< okHiies in Palestine, is born and this son* is its
an them. Another song, which Zunaer writes a
little later and which becomes even more popu
lar and *nore significant in Jewish life is "In So-
Ke," or "In the Plow.'- which spreads like wild-
fire throughout the Yiddish speaking Eastern
En rope-
There Ztinscr hails the life of the farmer and
strike* the note of return to the soil on the par
of Jews. IV" return to the soil was to take place
w l only in Palestine, whose pioneers he blesses
and calls 'the Zcrubabcls of our time" in the last
verse, but also in the New World, in America, in
Argentina and elsewhere, to which Russian Jews
are now migrating in sreat masses to escape a
tyrannical regime. Everybody is sinking "In
Sokhe," -verywhere "Lovers of Zion" groups arc
bi ing tounded and Zunser i- asked to come ami
aiog and stir up the people in Ix^half of this new
movemec1 in Jewish life. Zunser gladly consents,
fni be sees In Zionism and Jewish sgriculUire in
Palestine and elsewhere the twin answer to the
pi !i-ni H preserving Jewry and Judaism in the
model n
Fond of Song
Tun. flies Th. year in now 1890 and the place
:. t ity, thi poll v .' rii Bnd
: ilation nl Jew iah immigants on il
' arlier, the Wedding Bard I
had coi to Amci since I as afraid Ihe
onties tmghl imprison him lor incit-
ing the to seditious activities He has now
writb n a .: r im Peddler In it he
for the Jewish
immigr. rts calls il begging, a disgrace befon our
.-ti n neighbors I in, taking up the note
i exhorts Ihe p tricken Jew-
ish imm :rants to turn to farn i
1 '. m Ihe East Side is singing Tsum
ller i .en nese laundrymen there have
<..> hi tune if not the word- Everybod) i-
singing tins a- well as 'In Sokhe." bul few care to
turn t" farming, even though the wealthy philan-
thropic Paron de HJrach of France has set aside a
large sum of mooe) for Jewish agriculture colon-
ization in the United states The peddlera and
sweatshop workers who live in dark, dismal bug-
and rat infested tenements and who die before
their appointed time as Zunser sang in another
immensely popular song of his. "Die (loldene Land"
are |usl psychologically incapable of seeing
themselve- as tillers of the soil. Only the grit and
determination of small groups of idealists, in Amer-
ica as in Palestine is capable of turning Jews from
their accustomed urban wavs to embrace a new
and strange life in contact with Mother Earth.
For this is the true meaning of heroism that
it wills to abandon the accustomed groove and
embark upon the unfamiliar, the new.
We now move forward to the year 1910, to a
Continued on P*f U C
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Reign of the Hasmonean Dynasty
By ALFRED H. PAUL
T la tine to recall the reign of
the Ha-monenn P \ n .1 t y
over the land <>f Israel We role
brate the great miracle of the
Maccabean victor) which cul-
minated the reconsecration of
the Temple in Jerusalem Every
.' in is h child Imowi how old
Mattathiaa defied th<' Syrian
conquerora in the small town ol
Modin. how he and his SOUS tOOfe
up amis igainsl the Syriam boa
the Hebrews in Judea finally re
gained their religious freedom
under the leailer of Judas Macca-
beua, how the few drops of oil
in the Temple lamp burned
miraculously for eight nights It
is a story of Jewish e|or\ What
few remember theM' days i| th:tt
the Hasmonean Dynasty, which
started in ecstasy. added in
agODy for the Jewish proplv in
the Holy Land Let's take the
story in sequence
M-ttathia. of Modin WAS the
descendant of a man named
Has h ni o n, or Asmom us \
Seleucid despot from Syria, sur
named Epfphanes, had set out
not only to conquer Judea but
afao to suppress that Land's re
ligion Hia traops were ordered to
Sephardic Synogoque in St. Thomas. Vir-
gin Islands, built in 1833. The hret Jewish
House of Worship, erected in the Island
about 1750. was destroyed by fue in 1804.
as was the one that followed in 1831. Some
of its Torahs are cloee to 200 years old.
the benches are of solid mahogany and the
floor is covered with sand, to comrr.-rnoi-
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niie the J< ws The Syrians
converted the Temple in J'
nto a Greek u and
It an to their pagan
d arbei fehroa
meeting verj MtUe
Bat a county pate el
at Modin, a greaUgcaadaoit of
tsmoneus, ihowi d fight v
.! u d a .-. link
named the h Ma< t ab
the Ji '
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superior fni. I
of their spirit 1 .ppeimd
manj i n history A
pie imbued arith an Mea ean
uui over brute force. The Jww*
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triumphed
Death for Wift
skip almost a hundred
\ l.alf Jew n .. in a d Herod -
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'IfnMflorMiw
Page 11-C
Dvn.isty. Ho culminated his orgj
I by decreeing death for his Mb
and (or her mother The Hwail
v ere Wiped out.
In between Mattatfiias' revolt
and the blood bath of Herod.
other thinu were ha|>|>ciiiiit in
.ludea. The liasuioneans. havinfl
tnumphed over the Syrian.-, did
indeed reestablish the Jewish re
I Ion. Soon, however, the lias
mOMMf (raw more ambitious
I hey wanted to be a power in
the world Some of their people
objected to the new polieies.
They niaL-ted that the Jewi "
main an isolated sect, minding
- own religion The Judeana
had COM on. loRically. from re
hgioua freedom to political in
[dependence They saw a lieu
Iworld, m which new modes of
c i:r. inunkaiKMV- baaV-Umiiii jit
\r.uix(i. and the> anted to play
;, role in that world. The)
[charged tl*> isolationisU with
obscurantism. The isolationist
retorted with accusations to the
effect that the country's priestIj
Hand economic1 elite wen Hist-
in| with death for the ancient
faith. Out of ihi.s sprang what
Ibecame the conflicting idvoloKie*
Iof the Phariaaea and the Bad
bjecea. Spiritual isolation pnandad political isolation But
Miiitical workfUneaa did Indeed
threaten a.ssimilationism. The
rlashes were complicated further
by greed and hist for personal
>wer developed by the descend
its of those idealistic Hasmon-
ran* 0/ the time ol Mattathias.
Which was bestfor the coun
r> and for its religion? How can
>nc compute the reckoning to-
rt The historical fact* are
Jear. The interpretations and
I he evaluations are hazy.
But, as we celebrate Chamika.
is worth recalling that the
of Mattathias and the
ivery of his son Judas and the
Jay over the miracle that oc-
curred during the reconsecration
of the Tern pieall of these ended
Bn tragedy le>s than a century
Pater.
Lesson for Us
1 there is a lesson for 11 s.
there .s no doubt. Exactly what
the dimensions are of that lea-
ion tins writei must lease to
>0U Today we worry about a-
imilationism through world
lineaa and perpetuation of our
Jewish culture Toda) some at us
tear theoorac> and others shud-
der at the '.houglU of isolationism
Today, there are still Pharisi -
and Saddajccaa
And some of us are content
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Maurice Edelman AetV. British statesman.
l^Uabei o(..Parliament, piesident oi the
Anglo-Jewish Association and well known
political novelist, talks to NBC News Cor
respondent Edwin Newman. The program
"A Conversation with Maurice Edelmau."
the second in a soiies. Conversations with
Distinguished Mr-n of Our Time was pre-
sented on Eternal L lght Radio late last
spring. The Eternal Light, now in
its 21st year, is a presentation of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary ot America, and
is broadcast coast-to-coast as a public ser-
vice by the National Broadcasting Com-
pany.
merely to spin the dreide] and
pile the plate high with latk.es
and toast and I.'C'ha>Wruand
let the pundits worry.
I wouldn't advise you to burden
the kids with all of this Cha
nuka is a happy festival. Let it
remain so But like so many
things Jewishit has deep im-
plications also.
Here's to Mattathias of Modin.
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mall out-of-the-waj place In northwestern Nea
England Burlington, vi a plan- where NO
Jewish families had transplanted their OW-Worid
thtetl A Jewish boy there has turned thirteen,
become Bar Mitzvah. His mother, who came from
Kliakum Zunser's part of Russia Lithuania-Bye-
lorussia and knows more than a dozen of his
ROttgl is constantly singing them. The boy. himself
fond of song, laps up all of Eliakum's soothing
melodies On Saturdays at dusk. >ust before the Sab-
bath wanes, she sits by the window and sings.
'Mother Rachel Weeps Over Her Children," juat as
she would be sitting in her native Byelorussian
little town of Yilyaika before she came over h
America. The boy hears it and loves it, out-ia con
stantly surprised at the medieval atmosphere it
evokes And yet this same old time Wedding Bard,
who has now been living in modern America for
more than two decades. i> advocating some revolu-
tionary ideas turning to farming, rebuild Pale-
stine, or else, organise Into labor unions to make an
en 1 t>> sweatshop conditions Man is indeed a
complex animal.
tad now we arrive si the present year of
grace 1966 The centurj is aging and, along with it.
the erstwhile countrj !*> from Vermont. In the
,i citi ni New York the boy, now in his sixty-
bth year, has been living for many, many
years though these years have been interspersed
with longer or shorter terms of residence in a
number of other places, both in America ami
abroad Before him now lie two volumes which
ether run up to over .i thousand pages and
which contain nearly all the songs Kliakum Zunser
wrote ill volumi litedfo) Mordecai Schech
ter and are published by the YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research in New York He leafs through
the pages Yes, the) are all then', all the old.
tweet, haunting tunes which coaxed women into
sighing
Hen is the Nineteenth Century which tells of
the .lews awakening and entry into modem Euro-
pean culture and civilization and of their disap
nointmert when this tweheoiag brought on a
more intensified anti-Semitism; here too ii "The
Contrast* which sing- of the strange dichotoim
in the Jewish !
ders wh 'ther the abend nmenl ol the -
,s u,, man) nany other songs too
numerous I i dialogue Mnaj of them have a
mgl) inurminaWe verses people in those i
ha.! lots of time on the.r bands For manj ><
Zunser kept a little printing -hop on the Easl
Side, where he baret) managed to eke out a Uv
ing.
He died in New York in 1913 in his late sev-
enties, a year before his old world was beginning
to crumble in the slaughter of World War I But
for many year, afterwards his songs were remem
bared and to this day in Israel, where they've
named a Trl Aviv street for him. you can hear
his "Plow" either sung or played. He echoed the
deepest, emotions ot -she- fate and -la turn im-
pressed himself upon the folk, as no other song-
writer if modern times. Jewish or non-Jewish,
had ever succeeded in doing His very lack of dis
elimination in the use of words was a mark of his
strength of his vital atiatchment to the people
Spirit of Zunser
A> be goes throuah these tonga again, it i> nat-
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youth should return But he keeps asking himself
Have thc-e songs any meaning at all for the
present-da) world in which I find myself, or are
they Just mother means for romantic tetf-lnd
fence like the British popular vocal daasics ws *i
ling :r -i hool or Schubert's l.ieder which I
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relevanl to our present-dag reality, they hive a
historic vslue in thai the) rlearl) mirrorel the
life of .. troul It I people of fen generations i
towards the light and everything which
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relevanci ibeequenl generation."
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Yidish speaking Jews of former times, lives on to-
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jueter and wiser America a- their ancestors pi
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Foae 13-C
larvelous Story of the Maccabees
wu a
H921. the war was over, but hundreds of thousands of Jews
stern Europe still faced hunger and disease. The Joint
Hbbibuhon Committee rushed relief, medical supplies and
rehabilitation aid. Above is Milk Station 10 somewhere in
Eastern Europe "for children only." Below, in more recent
yean, a young Jewish mother, holding her undernourished
child, reports to a JDC Milk Station in Casablanca for her
quoin of milk.
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
pACH year since It was pub-
lished ami thortly before
Chanuka, 1 reread 'Mj Glorious
Brothers." Howard Past's mar-
velous story nf the Maccabees
1 (in 10 because it has the faculty
of reminding me <>f ideas that 1
am apt to forget as 1 forge my
waj from kitchen t<> meeting to
lecture to bri ever.
Active concern for the pursuit
of peace ha.s been part of Jewish
conception since the beginning
of our history. The gnat itabbi
Hillel among others pointed out
that ibvWg peace and pursuing
peace, both mar and tar" must
be a daily goal for Jews. The
road to peace, you must have
noticed, however, continues to
!>< barricaded by the general nils
behavior and orneriness of
human beings.
The Maccabees for sure never
started OUI to Ik- anything but a
peaceful family, minding their
own business The) ended up
fighting a twenty year war, a
full scale war, with at li BBt
twelve major battles and as mar
ly as can Ik- determined, some
three hundred and forty finir
minor sorties Would you call that
the pursuit of peace?
Guerilla Warfare
And what a war' It was a war
filled w.th "firsts" at least for
Judea It may have been the first
time that a Jewish family ap-
peared as a unit to do battle.
tad what kind of battle'.' The
first Greek phalanxes advancing
on right and left flanks, the first
catapults must have taught them
a fearful lesson and the first
Syrian mercenaries caught them
nizingly unready But, led by-
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Creation of the Golem of the Golem <
Continued from Page 7-C
v.in overihii I by thi-
thundcrblack cloud, threatening
pie id.' Fes) \ .ii <>t Freedom
Mi.-ht Imprisonment, torture
nd death to many innocent vie
tims,
To the inveterate Jew4lter,
Vricst Thoddeus of Prague, the
bi(M> portunity, ;i chanee to r c a k
\ angeance on the uobelii
With hi- savage termona be in-
named the primitive peasant*
The MabaraJ pleaded in vain for
moderation, mere) and justice
In despair l>- cried t" his Father
in Heaven and the divine coun
-. 1 was -tark and st a rtli I
Cn ate out of < la) .< Gok
will the em miei ol
Israel."
The Creation
u I
Isaa hen,

Halt v h i .i I accom-
k oi \ lar 24
1580 At the river Vfaldavka, on
it- hank-."' writi thoi t
Mlra< Ii of the Maharal, "we
f'Hind a spot containing rti k\
CUI) We made out of it a him
form, three ells long, with face,
hands and feet, and it la> there
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like a nun on his baik Ho*
the Maharal himself performed
the seven circuits and the three
of us pronounced -imurtaneou-ly
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breathed into his no-tnl- the
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the creature of clay: 'Know that
we have created you out ot the
dual of the earth in order that
>ou may UN-rate the Jru^ from
their enemies and oppressor-.
You will stay with me and Ii. >
in my court room, where your
duties will be those of an uhei
You must fulfill all my com*.
rr.and-. even walk thouch fire,
il i c e n d Into deep waters or
Jump from a tower, until you
have earned out my enter- no
matti r where 1 .end you '
an i Yoi
and he served as Sham-
m.ih i usher I at the Beth Inn.
With one or two lap-r- Yo>-< !
earned out I | faithfully
e ''ti year- Alert w.r
ful. iioiquluMaj, aileo uMsab .
Continued on P 1S-C
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Page 15-C
irvelous Story of the Maccabees
ioed from Pag* 13 C
ii>cei. it took the Judsan
x days to learn the use
rr i i r tguerilla war-
thm of motion" Howard
it Allowing the enemy
au quickly, attaeking the
Wring with armor
It plate using the small
their youth, cutting,
disappearing, hit and
lek and *<- l.-i survive, until the
|.i n.i- aroused and
of MattathJas and hi~
horizon
' is the reason
: it was, we are
f rderl war fat
m Many natior-
dtles for what
a as tliey v. a<.
hut i.>>ne up to thai
II uc know. weM
Dl eava their rcliiiimi*
Kor most subjiutatiil
l.'.vir; ;ilivc was .411
If they preferred to
oaja paata by aocefM
heir ennqiiernrs'
I !' Ihifie of a -pit-
tomorrow, who
them Kor .lew* t"
it .ueTA aiinc. Ii]ixi\-
isla'iii- for an .111-.1
poll pew freedan was
ini.-tNo;\-d)ie and futile.
the ta of the Greeks,
Tincht silljr. Hut the
t>r freedom to do
:t their . IB war It brought the
.ititea ail 1 he aarrow
the witless da
anl pestftajKa that
war hut at its bitter
Ireek- no longer looked
p ol I 1 .1 as a simple
the Book who would
lie reading it than de-
li- right to rrad it.
in'* Technocracy
know why the .lews
ihat about the Greek-'
lie measuring standards
rcond center? KB the
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H o w e v e r. lets not w rite the
Greeks off as stupid; they knew
what they were doing. It was that
abstraction again. A war fought
by dedicated, committed fana-
tics for religioua freedomthe
Greeks couldn't let that continue.
The whole concept of freedom
that little Judea was supporting
was a notion that could not be
allowed to survive for one single
moment in the Greek world or
in Greek thought. Judea wasn't
fighting only for its own free-
dom, but for the right of all peo-
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pression to that freedom, and
righting with a ferocity and e\
altation that gave the whole
terrible war the diflaenaiona of a
morality play staged in the
amphitheatre of heaven.
These day*, ideas sometimes
tend to become obscured by the
fog of man's technocracy. I won-
der what would happen if a
Maccabee or two appeared on
the scene tomorrow Would we
rally round them" Or would we
call them beatniks and arre-t
them a- trouble makers' I think
I know how we would react. We
would ask them to appear a- part
of a panel for the next organiza-
tional meeting Subject for dis-
cussion: freedom. Is it Worth
Fighting 1
Story of the Creation
Continued from Page 14-C
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Voaaala had superhuman
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and an invincible force About
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the time came when his task was
complete on las Bomer. 1.V90.
the Golem was reduced to a heap
of dust, and his resting place the
attic of the Altneu Shul. became
forbidden ground.
Thus it came about that the
Maharul, whom his contempor-
ariaa called the "Mentor of the
D i a s po r,i and the 'I
l-rael." is beat known to poster-
ity as the "C re a t 0 r of the
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thereafter may decimate as a re-
sult, but then, on the other hand
think of how good our chances
of learning; the original mean
ing of Chanuka will be They will
be better than at any time since
Sinai was lifted over our mutual
heads and our utter destruction
threatened at a stroke
As for the getaway ship, by
which the gomn will be gone
measly Sputnik and her succes-
sors notwithstanding ... let us
say this: for those who want the
information, who want the tech
niques to build it. so as to prop
erlv connect Adamah and Le-
vanah. let them go to Safed
There are books there, some-
where in which the information
is down to the last hair
At any rate, rid >.,
your worldly worries Thej jr.
due entirely to thov
Greek logistics. CWanst th*
Temple in your brai- and pr<-
pare for visions And i- jom.
so may this be the happfe*
< hanuka you've had
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Making of Chanuka: You Are There
As The
Judea News
Reports It
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
WE are pleased to present one
mod sensational finds
archaeologists, the ac-
Um stiwy of the Macca-
.: ; !c as told at the time
Newi and Observer.
very time of the oocurr-
U events. The papers
the story wen- found in a
1 bottle in an old synairocuc.
,! Modm While most
: Inl baa faded, except
. i rtis-nn'nLs for babies'
account of the Chanuka
cema miraculously are]]
I It appears that the pa
nippi eased bj tlw Sjnan
but, going into the under
pies were circulated
is|y

Gloom in Judaea
SALEM Croat gloom
s all Judaea o\ ar the
i srahenlw | ol the decreea
tiocfaus, anating to auppresa
ewtsk religion The bopea of
that with tune the Syrian
- might become more amen-
ta reason and the appeals <>f
illation are now discounted
t: i n sponsible Judaean lead-
ootaod that Antiochua
- mining true to Hie line of
ist dictators. As one of them
it: The gods of his fathers
-egarrieth not, and he regard
: no God but has raised himself
re everything."
many rletorlaa Antiochua
scored in Asia, it is feared.
Ot dJapoas him to look with
olerance upon the little land
idea At present. Antiochus
is more immersed in plans for the
eat of Egypt It is feared
irthar aBccaaaaa aril make
I o veil less disposed to COfaC.il-
Jean,

Dictate? Suffers Setback
SALEM The long ear-
conquests by Antiochus,
':'ii the dictator of Asia
II gi\en a chvk whrn
despot was told by
peek up" and go home
to the story which
earmarh of authentic!'
ichua was standing on
I h Egypt content-
it he i
umpti the cooqueat of
... \:-:r. i i,\ Poptlaa
ng an urgent mea
i Romsn Senati n>e
':..t Home desired
an Ion ins y \ ;
nd rebu n to S) r
\ taken bj surprise
Antiochua falU red I
little tune to COB
I'opilas Iacna.
r'- I about himself in
Before 1 step out of
be told Antiochus. "I
an answer "
TV ai swer in the afftrma
en in the specified
time
a
Ant.ochus Vents Spite
The M-tback
bua m Egypt,
Home to desist,
Syrian ruler to
00 the Judae-
B it ka saiil
artta Roma
Syrian despot
' >n Jtadaao,
to" killing
d children md.s
?"""*" '......" further ,n his
"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. December 17. 1965
Section D
JUDAH MACCABEUS ENTERING JERUSALEM IN TRIUMPH
J he ^SVliraclc of the <*/Vlaccabees
By JOSEPH JACOBS
In the Jewish calendar century
of 3600 (some 2,100 years ago),
there was a Syrian king and tyrant
named Antiochus. He hated Jews
because of their God, their faith,
their opposition to slavery, their pur-
suit of justice and mercy for all.
So, he set out to destroy every-
thing Jewish. Backed with vast arm-
ies, he desolated Jerusalem, defiled
the Temple, burned Holy Books, and
forbade circumcision on pain of
death to children reared as Jews
Terror reigned and froze the
hearts and tongues of all Jews ex-
cept a righteous man named Matta-
thias, who called out to his b-ethren
Whoever loves the law and main-
tains Cod's covenant, follow me "
Mattathias, Ins five strong sons,
and a handful of followers, fled to
the mountains and from there waged
unrelenting war against the tyrant.
When Mattathias died, his son Ju-
dah took command. For his battle
cry, Judah used a phrase from the
Book of Exodus "Mi Kamoha Be-
elim Adonai!" Who is like unto
you, O Lord!
Phonetically, the first letters of
the words of this battle cry are M-
Ka-B-E, or Maccabee; and Judah and
his followers became known as the
Maccabeans.
"Cur enemies would destroy us
for loot wherever we fight with
strength from Heaven for God!'
This was the iron of faith which Ju-
dah preached intc his little band
when they faltered Sc they attacked
again and again and bit by bit they
destroyed the armies of Antiochus in
a triumphant return to Jerusalem.
The Temple had to be cleaned
and purified before rededication.
When the Altar lamp, which musi
never go out, was lit, there was oil
enough to last for only one day
and it would take at least a week to
prepare and sanctify more oil for
the Holy lamps. And then a miracle
happened. The one day's supply of
oil miraculously burned eight days.
Tins is why Chanuka is known
as the Festival of Lights and is cele-
'?d for eight days with e |l *
cand'es in the ceremonial Chanuka
Menorah
Over the centuries and out of
many hardships our ancestors won
it treasures, not of gold or of pal-
il of the heart emd spirit for
all of mankind to share The 2,100-
year-old celebration of Chanuka
commemorates the struggle of a
few against the multitude to win re-
ligious freedom.
At Chanuka time, children are
often given a dreidel, a small spin-
ning top with four sides inscribed
with the letters, N.G.H.S., for the
words, "Nes Godol Hayah Sham"
A great miracle occurred there And,
leed it did For the Maccabean
victories were in themselves a mir-
acle, and history's first documented
account of man's fight for religious
dom
campaign for the suppression A
Judaism, Antiochus has set up .m-
ages ol twine and ordered the ;-
H to worship them The
Trusts have been ordered to eat
swine flesh
Maccabeans Resist De JERUSALEM Organized re
aistanc* to the dictates of Ar.'_-
i Chua is growing. The beginn;-.;;
of the movement was in the Ltttla
town of Ifodin, thirty miles north
ci Jerusalem, when the saaisssr]
of Antiochus appeared, command*
ing 'he Judaaana to worship I -
image "f a pic set up in the m ket place When one Jm:
obeying the order, pmstra' '
himself, the aged priest, Mat's
thias approached, and slew hi '
His son- armed with knives ||
(>n thi soidnrs overwhelm! .
them Crying "whoever is teal -
for the Lord, follow us Th
si on had a considerable force :
i .iin! reports from i 'I
part; ol the country indie r i
. i. bc< essions to their fi
Judas Maccabeus Succeeds
1] R1 SALEM Wo '
Iron Modin is that the
- n ho la inched the i es i
mo\ cment to Antiochus -
i 11 His last wonN to lus s- -
v. ( Be >e zealous for the I
your lives for
( ovt nanl of your fathers B< \
and slum yourself men F<
for if ye die in thi
i shall receti e rev
.. lership ha- i.
his Ji 'a- Maccabeus He -
bed aa a lamb in peai i
on the battlefield it .
that, until his forces
will c ontinui I
guerrilla activities of hi- fsther
attended with >
much succesa

Plans to Sell Jews
JERUSALEM -Determined up-
on the total extermination of |
Judaean nation and |>eople Gen-
eral Gorgius, chief of command of
the forces of Antiohcu.s, has in-
vited -slave dealers to come to the
Deal battle All survivors of the
battle are to be sold into slavery.
The sJave dealers were told to
brine, their money for the pur-
chase of slaves and also the
shackles to hind them
The enemy general expects the
next battle to finish off Judas
Maccabeus. With extra large
h roes under his command, he is
supremely confident of success,
Judas Scores Triumph
SA1 EM .; as Mi
bt us .i triumph t i
0 down in
. ol tune as on<
tiles ol
srrii th great i
at the ex| i
Syrii
the Ju
. to ha
I > i out .ill.:
! it> is had out-
turn M ins army
i rear of the s> rian ;
gan to pumnu I tin
letelj d Ing t h e
of Uitiochua The Syrian
forces in i panic, tinned on their
II running as fast as their
would take then, and the
slavi dealers who had come to
takt the Judaeans into shiver; in
order to run aa fast aa possible,
dropped their money belts
Tin victory Of the Judaeans is
complete Entering the Temple,
Maccabeus found it h.id
polled of all but om
die lb kindled it and proclaimed
thi tt ;,st oi chanuka. enjoining
i r ihe holiday he
5 the kindlin
iik..
belts which the
' also
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THE similarities between the
Maccabeea wr eahall in our
prayers durirur this -< ason and
the modern Maccabees who
have made us all prood by estab
IMQft| an independent Jewth
Slate are many.
When chantinc 'he ancient
words in the Anndah ITayer add-
ed (MDias Chanuka. we could be
thinking of 'he Israel Defense
Army as well as of Mattathias
the lliu'h Piiest and his sons the
Mn^moneans. In MM6. CE.. as
Hell as in 165 B.C B., 'Thou
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and didst vindicate tJieu iau.se
Thou didst bring retribution upon
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But there unfortunately, the
parallel m the prayer ends be
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immvdiatei> after gahstng politi-
cal independence came into
Thy dwelling place I Bat
hmple. purified the Sanctuary.
ami kindled light- in Tin sacred
courts Their goal was
dear they were struggling to
purge their rt ligiou I worship
from foreign element- Their
objective was to regain the
Temple for God to rcmo\ e the
and restore the proper
worship It w.i- a reasfjans oc-
casion, and ha- been celebrat-
ed ever dnce through i
i rent nies, pray< aad kin-
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Toda) m Israel it Menu .it
less! to this observer, that the
medem Msceabaas .ire ko elat-
ad Over ha\ing won the war that
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* to*i*t rtrrMHr
Paqe 3-D
111 ;;! so that wore it a shallow
,1 indulfiine, it would
f haw u.irn off a Ion- UlM I
Mv i (k has !"'" Ural:' teni d
by Israeli iiecnmnlishruont- in
indaatrj. ami agi >< ull
t those "i all Dias|
)lut I uonrterod to my
.^i; ; w itched w-hetfear dun
I i I.. eived in
sin:.-' OH m their schools about
turs halting bswn the
u history to win .i victor)
rrlijtious freedom Or did
.. -, learn sftavt vrbtntng a
vlCtl
Renewal Spirit
s look further back in
history: Once in-frm- our
-* .lained indcpcnMrni
.ii opffeaatre tyrants
- .f^,. - ruJca and began .< long
vUch eventually led t"
period of Jewish inde
n c e That event is ceh
into the- da] it is ,i
Mot Ii which we
>: in edom for us
and I nanUnd Passover in
mind has ,ii-,v aj s si_
end o( tyranny an.I
.....t not the death of
1 -. ptian pui suants This is
i-ws i an histoi i al
rhej abatraci th<- spin
sailing of ii and put thai
pedestal of adoration.
\ that .11- u i > h independ
. s once again been achie\
it tignif) a renewal of
;-h spirit Let YoiB At/
.,s well as Chanuka em-
the great moral achieve
of our people when they
:ui creative nation Let
' strive to bring into the
,,n Amos as well as a
'. \t a C C a be < An Isaiah
rith i Bar Kochba.
i !, Jews have always ix-en a
i il- and pMable people When
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GOOD SHOES PROPERLY FITTED
MAKE BETTER FEET
838 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Miami Beach Ph. 538-8589
OPEN DAILY 10 AM -6 P.M.
TO ALL GREETINGS FROM
F. A. ROVIROSA, President
Narovi Shipping Corporation
GRABCOLOVB'AV i HAMBURG
NORTH GERMAN ILOYD
COLUMBUS LINE
Stockard Shipping Corp. 808 N.E. 2nd Ave.
P.O. Box 1254 Phones FR 3-9830, FR 4-8585
SEASON c GBFf'NGS TO All
H. E. GOODMAN INS. AGENCY
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
8825 BISCAYNE BLVD Ph PL 4-3503
To All Season's Best Wishes
KVAVS MIOItl I IM; rXKAXKRS
CLEANERS OF DISTINCTION QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
PROMPT SERVICE
8020 NE 4th AVENUE PL 8-4537
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Mil \MMlt M ItM ll\
W Grow Our Own PLANTSTREESSHRUBS
15721 NW 7th AVE.
Wl 7-6971
Chanuka Greetings from Miami's Only Leather Cle
Certified Suede & Leather Cleaners
734 S.W. J-'nd AVfNUE Ph.ne HI 8 64t
TO ALL .GREETINGS
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300 1st National Bank Btdg., Coral Gabl.-s Fla.
IKRRVS SI \SKT l>.A
ISLAMORADA. FLORIDA
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 238-5411
HAPPY CHANUKA
VINCENT & ANTHONY BEAUTY SALON
6981 CORAL WAY Ph 226-6662
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
TIPPY TOGS OF MIAMI, INC.
2400 NW. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph 371-6628
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
i\ DANA WOODMAN
REALTOR
88 Merries: Way Phone HI 3-2534
TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA
BUCKINGHAM DECORATORS
1590 NW. 54th STREET Phona OX 1-4652


Peg 4-D
Mewfaft Hcrklktr
Friday. December 17, 1965
HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS
TO ALL FROM
AMERICAN SAYINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
SHtEPARD BROAD
ZMj.r van of the BoarJ
MORRIS M 3ROAD
- Presiden'
1655 WASHINGTON AVENUE
JE 2-5566
Seasons Greetings
from the Salons of
Lillie Rubin
and
Miss Georgette
TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA
PARTY TRAYS and SPECIAL CAKES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CALL 945-7525
Wol1 tie's 163rd
PANTRY &
RESTAURANT
1390 N.E. 163rd Sret, North Miami loach
Open 7 Days a Week 7 AM to 2 A.M.-Sat to J A W
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
JONESEY ELECTRIC CO.
SERVICE REPAIRS
CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL
2146 N.W. 36th STREET
Ph. 634-0574
ROSE COOK of
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
Wishes A Very Happy New Year to All
7237 RED ROAD, So MIAMI PS 667-3193
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Florida I pliolstcrv Supply f*.
814 N.E First Avenue
Phonea: FR 9 3431-2
ART BR'JNS-ART SCHAFFFL
Extend Holiday Greo!: .^s to Ail Our Friend-, ents
KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC.
Oik **< i.....nn 5501 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Ph 635-3066 Ph. 635-6650
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
#,f tVI OF MIAMI, INC.
251 N.W. 25th STREET MIAMI
HAEL STECKLOFF SEYMOUR .
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
M III HOY I IMITI l>
841 WEST 17th STREET Hialaah Ph 837-3828
IR <\N. Preside I
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
G.
Special Recipes For
The Chanuka Season
OUR faith, our freedom, and
the courage to fight for both
of them this Ts the inspiring
theme of Chanuka. based on the
historic story of the Maccabees
and the legend of Judith Today
as in the past our people have
many ways of displaying their
gratitude for t ii- bieeatngs which
Chanuka signifies, from ennob-
ling sermons and inspiring plays
to symbolic foods and children
gamea Each in its own manner
contribute* to the meaning the
holiday has for ua
It has frequently been aaid that
being a acattered people was as
much a boon to ui as a disaster
Nut only did it permit a remnant
to MlTVive when some of UI were
overcome, but it has given us an
outlook thai is worldwide in
teope The variet) of customa
with which the ditferent group*
of our people celebrate eacb holi-
daj customs baaed on the vary
ing lands in which the) lived, has
added a richness to our celebra-
tions which we could have
achieved m no other way The
foods traditional to Chanuka an-
no exception Whereas some of u.s
may fed that the holiday is in
complete witlniut latkes. others
will be squall) certain that pa>
A HAPPY
CHANUKA
Kern Awning
Company
3520 N.W. 50th STREET
Phono NE 5-2065
GREETINGS
from
VIM \.
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
GREETINGS
BILL TINDER
GOLF PROFISSIONAI
liltmere Count
Ifiiani by Apptintmfnt
ttmplett lime tf GoJf.'na fquipmr*
Phone BillmM.' HI 6 0649
1210 ANASTASIA AVI.
To Ail A Most I
CHANUKA
Eamgel'a
>len*N Mi op
2201 PONCC Of LEON BlVO
COfAl GASIES fs HI .'.-4
tries fried in deep fat are more
lik. those eaten by the Mace a
bet-s For some of us. Chanuka
and roast giio.se are inseparable
Others consider chicken, turkey,
or capon prepared in a special
festive manner a means of mak-
ing the holiday memorable
Our Chanuka menu this year is
.i Mending of recipes prepared by
our Jewish housewives in many-
land- Two ditferent combination*
are suggested for the mam course
You ma) serve either roast gooee
with buckwheat latkes and gOOM
grav) or a must unusual t'hanu-
ka treal chicken ">r capon Bal-
kan style accompanied b) rice
The remainder of the menu goes
weM with either combination You
will notice that the peas called
for are the \ery tiny ones which
are sometime! Iain-led petit pots
Y 'ii COUld substitute the regular
canned |*-as or the frozen H
hit these very tiny peal have a
rent flavoi which will add an
extra goodnem t complete the LradiUaaal iLgnifl
cance of the meal, we have m
eluded Hesteriiste tteimoua lit
tie pastries fried in deep fat
Menu tor a Chanuka Dinner
Grapefruit halves Vegetable soup
( eleiy and Olives
BEST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAY
Michael Monah&n
Neon Sign Co.
tvss n.w. 7sra stsiit
MIAMI noeioA
Phone OX 1 0805
CHANUKA GREETINGS
from
FLORIDA EQUIPMENT
COMPANY OF MIAMI
4001 N.W 77th AVE
Ph 885-3401
Miami, Fla
Ch muka to
All Out Fnends
lack Sftcn'l
ALL New
i:k. inn i ho
3181 CORAL WAY
PHONE 443-8390
is to All
Out Many Friends and Patrons
RIVIERA PHARMACY
4720 IE JlUNf ROAD
Pkont MO 14821
Iraesf fasearssea, Pip.
Roast goose with bssekwheai
latke and goose
gravy
or Balkan chicken or i
with rice
\ ( rj tiny canned peas
Tossed Salad
Aasorted
Dned fruit compote
Hesteriiste
Buckwheat Latkat (Prv
'i cake yeast
1 cup lukewarm water
1 cup fine buckwheat flour
1 ej{g. beaten light
2 tablespoons melt.si v,
shortening
1 tablespoon sugar
'i teaspoon salt
Diaaatee the yeast in the
Add the flour Cover wtti
< Iotas, and Let rise at 8.=S i,
V until light. Add the remi
ingredients, boat until t,.
and let rita again for 30 m
Cook on a well-oiled gndd i
over medium heat Use abo ;
SOUnspOOnful of batter for
ike Turn the rakes r
onl) once, when the top bei
look dry and Is covered ail
hies This amount makes
pancakes The recipe
doubled
Balkan Chickon or Cotw
With Rict
1 roasting chicken or
ii pound very lean h
2 medium onions -....,
2 tablespoons
oil
1 rounded Ltbtespoi
paste
2 tablespoons p,ir\.- innt
ip dry white
IP water
l Lableapooa nli
l teaspoon sugar
l heaping tabli -;-
pil'.ol.l-
8 cooked, du-e.i chest
salt and pepper to
ess matro meal
- cup brandy
Continued on Pag* 16-D
V
l
GREETINGS PB
CLAtVBIA
CBEATIOSS
4212 Ponce de Leon Bi.
Coral Cables. Fla
Ph 444-7146
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
SOM. f.V# .
43 N.W. ||sj STREET
FR 4-5131
fPH COSENHNO FV
GtllTIHGS TO All
/roil f BBSS'
DESK
EXCHANGE
Pkoaa Nf 4-4024
ana1 Ui*4 OHict Fereffers
2742 M.W. JSth STIT
PEST WISH'S FOB
A HAPPY CHANUKA
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
PttOMI rt Mlfl
343 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami


Friday. December 17. 1965
> Unisi tl*,,1, t,
)
Icoe 5-D
To Yt
ou
Is Our Sincere Wish
v,,y
Happy
to
*4tt
HOTEL
On the Ocean at 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla.
cabana, yacht and golf club
*
Morri* Lantburgh, President
George E. Fox. Managing Director
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
and AIRPORT LANES
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBAR'NO General '
SURREY HOTEL
4390 COLLINS AVE. IE 10081
MIAMI BEACH
BOB LEFKOWITZ, Owner
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5 9875
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE MARGOHS
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA
DELMONICO RETIREMENT HOTEL
6393 COUINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
UN 55786
BEST WISHES TOR A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 NW LeJeune Road Ph 633-8411
DAVID GIASS. (Ownef-M,
BEST WISHES FOR
CHANUKA
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
'.' & Mrs W"i Lebc" .
HAPPY
CHANUKA
To Our Friends and Clients
The
San its
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes for a
Happy Chanuka
MOULIN ROUTE
RESORT MOTEL
On Indian Creek
at 41st Street
Miami Beach
best Wishes for
happy chanuka
LUCERNE
HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
NORMANDY PIA1A
HOTEL
6979 COLLINS AVE
UN 6-2701
The
KOSHER HOTEL
of the Year.
Tht A.r ConditiO"*0 nc Miec
/fdrhniquc
M \f moth | pooi ciitMi coiomy
Bed Wiske* for a
^Mappy L^nanuha!
Hilda & Bernie Wieder
Rabbi & Mrs. Mayer I. Herman
Owner Mgmt.
0H TNI OCCAM AT MIX StltlT. MIAMI MACK
/
THE KORETSKY FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE JE 2-2311
MIAMI BEACH
The Kuiok's < r\:ti:>io\T IIO I I I
FR.ENDLV CASLAL CONVENIENT
1700 COLLINS AVE Cor. 17th St, MIAMI BEACH
Leonard B. Lang. Mgr. JE 8-4661
HAPPY CHANUKA
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
h '^ l ->' VV vifl rn.Mor ,) h, ,...
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-0381
IRVING PODCLMCK
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-6721
BARRY HESSER, rV\=.naqer
MR 8 '- .LR
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH


Fcr* CD
*Jenist> RtrkHati
Friday. December 17, 1965
GREETINGS TO ALL .
HATTON DRUG CO.
"It is our pleasure to serve you"
Dial 373-8644
2200 NW 2nd AVE. Miami
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
The Round Table 1^.^
The Hasta M*mi
The Bahama Steak House mmi
Carole's Restaurant hi.!.*
THE FINEST IN DINING *
To All Greetings
MILDRED C. LANGFORD
TURF & VETERINARY SUPPLIES
2510 PALM AVE. Ph. 887-4971
HIALEAH
To All Greetings
f
J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE
North Miami Tax Assessor
riu.nnrs
Sincerest Wishes for a Happy Chanuka
Health. Peace and Happiness
7469 DADEIAND MALL
Season's Greetings
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-IOCKA BlVD MU 5-1521
OPA-LOCKA FLORIDA
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
from JAMES PAUL
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN RESTAURANT
2235 West FUgler Street NE 4-8182
WkMlt.n U Mf*tfl* 0IMf if Wectfc IfM.rm,"
CALL US FOR RATES Ph. 754-9523
AUlO-FIRtTMIFT-RONDS-ACCIOINT, HEAITM ft UFI
kam: ixsriiam e *bkkcy, imc
1001 NE. 125th STREET North Miami, Florida
CHANUKA GREETINGS FROM
Moxi l It BAH 4>MPA*V
5301 S W 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone Ml 4-7167
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
.ioiimw 110111
6985 COLLINS AVI. Phone UN 6-6821
Home of tho World F.moui Dream Bar
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
PARKS AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
740 N.W. 2SnS STW1T *h. 634-6178, 634-0811
The Menorah as a Jewish Symbol
By I. M. GREEN
WHEN 111 1948 the State of I-
reel was established, the nets
Jewish republic waa considering
what should bv 1 is emblem. A
special committee Of Cabinet
minister.-, lie a (led b) the late
David Kerne/, atudied various
nil imlinni In this regard it fi-
nally decided on the menorah u
the emblem of the Jewish State,
od for these reasons:
1 The menorah is the oldest
symbol of Jewishness, since the
seven branched candlestii k 'U
already in use bj the taraulties in
their moving tabernacle during
their 4ft yr-nrr of wanderinj in
the d< st:' after the Exodus from
Egypt, as depicted in the Biblical
books "i Exodus and I.< \ iticus
it is thus much older .is .1 Jewish
symbol than the Star of David
which < 1 nl .: it later became
Jewish emblem under the reign
of King David in the Land "f
Israel
2 When the M won
their great victor] ova* the S
iana and became the rulers of
Palestine Umj coined mone) upon
which ".is incribed the menorah
.1- .1 symbol of liberation.
3 The menorah has always
been regarded b> Jews as sym-
bolic of light.
Miracle Oil
Today a- we auain celebrate
Chanuka we arc once more re-
minded of the part played by the
menorah in the religious ideologj
of tin- M-cubt-JJi rvvolt. After
Antiochus Epiphanea had despoil
ed the candlesticks and other
Temple appurtenances of their
gold, Judas Maccabeus rede-
dieated the Temple and restored,
amoni; the other utensils, the
menorah.
And there la the miracuUms
1 connected wiih this rtorj of
SEASONS GREETINGS
Hofmann's
Garage
131 Alton Road
JE 4-2305
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
I.AK1IVS
Hfoa'a Wear
438 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
JE 8-5456
Happy Holidays to All
MIMIOX
CITY
MEN'S SHOP
63 EAST FLAGLER ST.
Ph 379-4806
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Your FIGURE Problem
Is NO PROBLEM to the
nmwBcr
0ORSKT SHOP
1755 SW fttr. STUIET
MUmi, FUrida
FR 9-t837
American Fnetids ol Exrat Nashim Mental
Hospital and Rehabilitation Center in
salem. Israel elected a new Executive Board
and Committee recently: Rabbi Osv
Besser, chairman; Dr. r4artin Grunschlaq,
vice chairman; Jacob Moshiefj. treasurer;
Dora T. Gelberman. secretary. Welcorr.e
and qreetings were extended to the v.s;:.- 7
international vice president of Ezra: N
shim. Rahel. wile of Dr. Joseph J. P
visiting professor at New York Unive:
by Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz. "I Hillcrest
Jewish Center. Queens. New York. Shown
above are seater (left to rightl Dora G<
man and Rahel Rivlin Standinq (left to
right) axe Jacob Moshjefl. Rabbi Besser
Rabbi Mowshowitz.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
To Al! Our Friends
and Clients from
MR. and MRS.
BENJAMIN ZINN
of the
LIGHTHOUSE APARTMENTS
4730 Pinetreo Drive
Miami Beach
Ph 538-1224
A HAPPY CHANUKA
I It I IT
I A I II
1654 COLLINS AVE.
FRED AARONSON
Ell QUAIN
Streckler
Truck Body
ssssa
Builders
Chen. Sheehan. Owner
724 NW 2Ut STREET
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
PropHlor
MfOTlre
ol Miami
Miami International Airport
Ph 887-7581
Happy Chant
To All V.
Clients and Frit
Si*Bi Fro 111 an
IK 8-0 II7
UNITED AUTO RENTA.J,
INC.
1613 Alton Road
Miami Beach
TO ALL GREETINGS
HOWELL WINDOW
SERVICE
SALES ft SERVICE
New & Used Doors.
Windows & Screens
18320 So. Dixie Highway
Ph. 238-5102
GREETINGS
VENETIAN NURSrNC t
CONVALESCENT HOME
roe all tin CaVfl
1330 NE Bayshore Dr.
Miami FR 9-7649
MR. AND MO.
NATNAN R. SPKTOt
0l'i
owAurr CAtftr 4r
10WIST POSSUlt rfCfS
for HOTEL-MOTEL
2,000 Rails te CAAW YOUR OCM
for only $40.00
18 aj> saH. Usait
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone F* ?JAW


>-'
Friday. December 17. 1965
the recovery of Jewish freedom:
WhM the Temple wa.s reriedicat-
f I. only a small jar of oil. enough
to le?t only one day. wan *aid to
h.ive been found unprofaned by
th- heather, this oil burned f>-r
eigH days in the gokttn candle-
tick in the >anctuary. until DM
holy oil could be prepared From
this is s.nd to bt denied the
eiflM days of the (hanuka f<-
tual. and the adding of one lixht
e.ii h day.
In the Temple of Solomon dur-
HM 1 irst Jewish Common-
urulth there were accord my to
the Bosk of Kings, ten golden
n eaonht In addition, the Book
of t hronicles mentions attver
'.im.iIis in the First Tern pit".
I prophal Zeehanah uses Um
BOnb as a cosniologieal .mil
|x>hti period of the Second Temple the
ii( ..h was an important ap-
purtOnanea in the Temple *ur-
ship* When the Temple in .Ipni
m '.us finally (k'.tro>ed by
the Romans under Titus in 70
< K.. 'he menorah waa rrpro-
ucad with other spoils if the
Temple oh a relief of the Arch of
Titus in Rome. This repretten-
t.it ion the earliest preserved and
moot authentic of the sewn
branched candlesticks, can ba
eel evtfl today in the Italian
capit
W* Offer Praise
T%e sown briOChed candle
tick in um today in s>nauguev
ill over the world is an imitation
oi the meinx ah that had booo
ii-td in both Tituples while the
Chanuka nu-norali with eight
lams ""' "* extra kindling li^ht
tailed the SbaiDRtei laervantl iv
a form of menorah used onrj dur-
ing (Ml one \t-eek ol the Festival
oi Lights The symbola which
have been di >iiiv<( on various
menorahs throughoul the ages are
oft mvtnling of the particular
beliefs and Miperslitions prevail-
ing during certain era.- Then
ai. 150l CentUT) Italian ChatMlka
+Jmisii HktiUn
Page 7-D

Mr.aadMrs.
CLAUDE
RtNSHAW
wish their
many friends
a very happy
CHANUKA
Hcppy Chanuka Greetinq.s
ATLAS METAL
INDUSTRIES, INC.
259 W 23rd STRSfT
HIALCAH, FIORIDA
Ph. 888-3411
:
A HAPPY
CHANUKA
. and Mrs. Harry J. Som
and lori Marsha
I I A 1 I S T A T I
leveitweett Central lumrinct
350 Lincoln Road Bldg
Mrnaniat
MIAMI UACM
A Happy Chanuka lo All
WMJum of
MtAMi
2454 NW 5th AVENUE
F* 35054
Jec^ Kamln
% Leonard Coleman
Howarj Margoluis
. 1
f^ife,
* t
Three Jewish chaplains with U.S. Armed Forces in Vietnam
meet at Nha Trang to arrange for Chanuka observances and
distribution oi Chanuka giits and supplies shipped by Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board. Left to right are Chaplain (Maj.!
Richard Dryer. Chaplain (Capt. I Harry Z. Schreiner and Chap-
lain iLt.) Robert Reiner.
lamps that are decorated with
tritons and centaurs, while later
menorahs from Italy reveal only
a bur n in- lamp flanked with
lions Old Russian and Polish
specimens show the stages and
tree of life motif in their panel
decoration Oriental lamps, from
Israel and neihbonii countries,
frequently exhibit in their dec<>
ration the crescent ami star.
birds, tl>*- hand amulet
To this d.i> then, tile menorah
remains the best-known Jewish
5ymbo| and its sitjnifieanee in
Jewish life i- ure.it Particularly
is thi* so during the eight-day
Chanuka festival when through-
mil the world in every Jewish
home that is worthy to be call-
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
MAKE
PROPERTIES,
Etc
Haro.d Serves Louis Alweis
1451 E. 10th AVE.
Hialeah
TU 5-3831
Best Wishes for A
Happy Chanuka
JACK SHAFFER
ADVERTISING
TYPOGRAPHY, INC.
626 NW 6th AVENUE
Miami
FR 3-7341
TO ALL GREETINGS
JONES & SON, INC.
HARDWARE
"Thousands of
Useful Items"
10525 S. DIXIE HIWAY
KENDALL
Pk 66I-7M6
ed Jewish, the lights are kindled
in the evenings and the bless-
ing* are recited over them. In
America as everywhere else
where thin joyous festival is
Celebrated its altar its heart is
the rune-brsm-hed menorah
whose candles are lighted, an ad-
ditional light for each day of the
festival
Aa we kindle the Chanuka
lighia we otfer praise to Cod
for the miracles wToaghl by Him
during the days when .ludaism
was in dangec Of extinction by
a pagan power, for the heroism
displayed bj the Jewish annj in
thoM- davs, for the solace He
had thvietiv brought to the Jew-
Continued en Pa9 13-D
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TECHNOLOGICAL
ENTERPRISES
? COMPtfTB DRAFTING StRVlCE
AH HaMs C*M Sat Drthimii
1 Dy r A Tear
W Work Under Y#c' Suprvi.on
AacnirtcTuaAi a industrial
SCAU MODELS
TKHNICAl IIUSI8ATIONS
LATENT DRAWINGS
"FOB INFORMATION CAll"
445-1148
If No Aniw.r Call 445-5003
262 Almeria Ave C.G.
COMPLIMENTS OF
NYLON
EXTERMINATORS
2075 N.I. 2nd AVE.
FR 1-6904
hxwys
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THFIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY CHANUKA
GRFETIN
J. a, W. PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5 4435
Tom JevJi"n Washington
MIAMI, FIORIDA
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
BERNARD LITMAN111111!
ONE HUNDRED BISCAVNE BOULEVARD. NORTH
MIAMI, FLORIDA
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL m.M
I / oegt
Li
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ATLAS BOLT & SCREW OF FLORIDA
Bolts Nuls Screws Washers Expansion Bolts
Steel Brass Stainless Aluminum
IRVING M. STERN
3675 NW 67th ST. Miami Ph. 691-4351
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING
ENGINEERS
622 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone HI 6-0636
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
BARNUM MANAGEMENT
CONSULTANTS
"World Wide Service for Progressive Management"
Cost Reduction and Improvement Problems Our Specialty
2146 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
Phone 446-2732
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
THE NATIONAL BREWING CO.
FLORIDA DIVISION
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1100 EAST 41st STREET
HIALEAH, FLORIDA Ph 688-4621
Happy Char.uka a:id Best Wishes to "
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HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI. INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
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PMOM n J ISee
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
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7220 RED ROAD [Crossroad tldg.) Ph. 665 2112
Chanuka Holiday for Servicemen
/HANUKA parties for Jewish
servicemen with the I S
Armed Forces in Vietnam, like
those to be held at all American
military installations throughout
the world and at Veterans A istration hospital* in the I'nited
States, will be made brighter by
gifts, holiday supplies and treats
shipped by local groups in the
United State- affiliated with the
National Jewish Welfare Board
tJWBi Women's Organisations'
Services More than 50,000 gift-
wrapped packages will be Ln the
hands of Jewish personnel in the
name of the American Jewish
communit> when the first Chan-
uka candle, marking the eight
day Festival of Lights, is kindled
after sundown Saturday
Hundred! of gift* including
Jewish hooks, records, silver mez-
uzot and stars of i>a\ id on chains,
as well as refreshments are 00
their way to Chaplains Richard
K Dryer. Robert Ixmis Reiner
and Marry Z Schrciner. the three
Jewish chaplains in Vietnam, for
distribution during Chanuka to
the growing number of Jewish
militarv personnel in that area.
Gifts to Vietnam
At Chaplain Dryers request.
500 battery-operated fans have
been shipped by JWB Women's
Organizations' Services as Chan-
uka gifts for Jewish men sta-
tioned in Vietnam to ht-ip bring
them relief from the heat, humid
it> and insects.
Jewish chaplains in Korea. It-
aly, France. Germany. Turkey,
North Africa, the Aleutian Islands.
Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, the
Dominican Republic, many Pa-
cific outposts and in all other
overseas and stateside areas
where Jewish service men are
stationed will conduct Chanuka
candle lighting services at mill
tary installations. In Veterans
Administrations hospitals too.
No one is too young for the informal Jewish studies an
grams conducted by Jewish Community Centers and
YWHAs affiliated with the National Jewish Welfare B
These youngsters, who have learned the story oi Ch
use their skrill with marionettes to recall the meaning 3'
Festival of Lights to members of their Jewish Community O n
tor.
there will he comparable observ-
ances I.ocal JWB Armed Forces
and Veterans Services Commit
tees and Jewish CommuniU Cen
ters will cooperate in organizing
Chanuka observance- (oi Jen r
military bases
The I.os Angele- Servi *
Continued on Page 110
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
to our many
Friends and Customers


Friday. December 17. 1965
> knisi Ikrili t,
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Menorah for Each Family Member
RABBI COV PERETZ ELKINS
JEWISH Uw Codo< suggest
that each per sun in thr
family have his own Chanuka (as
th* Chanuka Menorah is known
in Israel This i- to help each
individual, youn^ and old. male
and female, to feel the signific-
ance of the miracle of Chanuka
Since the idea i- Itreawd that
th" panic ;>ation at everybod) li
required rhy not cnrr\ tin- idea
OOC -ti| further' Whj not let
verj American Jewiah family
write it- aii Ctanuka lervice?
Pint of all. % >utd thin be
be fulfilling the tradition of h.n
ing the meaning >f the holiday
brought I rue on a very person-
al ba-i
Individual Contributions
s ing the long tradition of adding
to Jewish, liturgy the expressions
of the' htart of omtrmporary
Jewry Each generation, and
each century' made iti contribu
tion ti OUT dynamic and pro
gressi\i liturgical compositions
For ex;,: pie, the I-ckha Dodi"
prayer huh ue all love to
chant oi Friday evening, was
caaapoeei only a few centuries
ago in >-aicd. Palestine, and is
one of toe latest additions to the
Siddur accepted bj all Jewish
communities It has become so
much a j-art of the Sabbath Eve
Sen ice .it v.r find that it has
forever been a part of the Shab
bat litxir.
The High Holy Day Mahzor is
full of pc* ms and songs and pray-
ers that j.re the creation of gifted
At overseas and staleside American military installations in
all parts of the globe, Jewish servicemen will celebrate
Chanuka in the traditional style pictured above through ar-
rangements made for them by the Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board IJWB). Fes-
tival of Lights observances to be conducted by Jewish chap-
have been sent to them, as well as to patients in Veterans
Administration hospitals on behalf of the American Jewish
community by the JWB Women's Organizations' Services.
and sensitive poets of all Agei
and all countries How much the
poorer would we be had the
works of these eloquent "pay-
tanim" (liturgical poets) not been
preserved In fact, thanks to the
great Genizah discovery in Cairo
by Solomon Schechter in 189(5.
we have even more than we ever
thought were composed
Third of all. the Chanuka lit
urgy is an extremely simple one.
We have a few blessings, the Al
Continued on Pg 10-D
Cordial
Best Wishes
for the
Holiday
y
Season


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Friday. December 17. 1965
BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA
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MFG. CO., INC
4619 EAST 10th AVENUE
Hialeah
Phone MU 1-2051
To Our Many Friends and Pctrons Greetings
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N.W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue
THE BEST OF FOODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE
Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parking
Dade County
Commissioner and Mrs.
HAROLD A. GREENE
and Sons
WISH ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA
GREETINGS
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AND TRAILER EQUIPMENT
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DISTRIBUTORS AND
MANUFACTURERS
440 N.W. 29th STREET
MIAMI, FLA.
GREETINGS TO ALL .
HUOTEX EXPORT IMPORT COMPANY
GENERAL IMPORTING 4 EXPORTING
4852 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 759-4211
Miami, Florida
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
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Mja,mi Beach JE 1-1195
We ate closer to vow then you think!
No heavy downtown traffic. No parking problems
Drive across Julia Turtle (36 St.) Causeway,
Consultant John E. Lenard, V.P.
BEST WISHES
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AND RESTAURANT
Formerly BETTY'S JOHNNY RAFFA, Owner
1440 WSCAYNE aOULEVARD 9-6290
Menorah for Each Family Member
Continued from Page 9-D
Ha \i--mi Hao*. Tmir and that
i.x iboul all. There is ample room
for a liturgical service the pro
duel <>f u American pea, to en
hance the worship ol individuals
and groups Perhapa some ol
theaa creations would some da)
be accepted hy aU .lews, and thu>
one mre worthy contribution
contribution would )* added to
the treasury of .Jewish pNjren
Added Significance
It i> .i well known fact that
Chanuka has taken on I much
star licnifiaancc in Amei
than'll ever had m the paal Ihi-
loa tn many factors Partially
Ih'i auaa of its i>n>xiniit> to Chriat
mas, We try to make Chanuka
Dec < m he r hohda> Wh i l
Chanuka cannot ever become a
major holiday like Passover or
Yorn Kipnur. there is no reason
why it should not gam in signi-
ficance and meaning if Amei
ican Jews feel that it speaks lo
them more directly than it did
to their ancestors Goodness
knows we hase dropped enough
traditions and weakened our an
central heritage so much thai
strengthening one aapncl of it
cannot do any harm, and may
do a greet deal of good
Perhapa another reason for
Chanuka'a popularity in the
United States is that it portrays
the Jew as a strong and brave
hero A.'ter centuries of bom.:
crushed under the heel of the
oppressor, we like this "An Hen
Canaan" image, and want to
give it more pul>licit> and prom
inence And alao, because in
America wc pnre the value* thiit
Chanuka lymboliae* religious
freedom and independence, this
State School Supt. Floyd T Christian (seated) who took office
as State Superintendent of Public Instruction on Oct. 1. get*
some advice from two of hi* predecessors. Thomas D. Bailey,
(left) and Colin English, (nght). Christian succeeded Bailey, who
retired recently after serving as Florida's top school man foe
almost 17 years, trom 1949 to 1965. Bailey, in rum. had suc-
ceeded English, who served for 12 years, from 1937 to 1949.
The trio of school leaders boast a total of 95 years in educa-
tion.
winti-r festival is looming larger
in the panoply of Jewish feat
I vela
Whatever the reason t hanuka
is one of the mint papulae ot
Jewish holidays in America and
there is U0 rrswn why we afseutd
not encourage this. We do not
want to emphasize the gift overly
much we must rather attach in
portanca la the spiritual side i f
i hanuka, but in any case there
i ajnpk room for expanding th
holida) and adding to ita formal
prayers and ilia wing on th<-
Jewish muea to beeutif) its ob-
servance
Compliments of
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Creators of
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^
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ft
1602 Washington Ave Miami Beach, Florida
JE 2-5441


Friday. December 17. 1965
> Anisl fhriMi *n
Page 11-D
Chanuka Holiday for Servicemen
Continued from Pag* 8 D
mitte<\ one of th" BeveraJ hun-
dred local community tiroups af-
Sliated with JWB's Women\ Or-
BJBFiIfbIiIUIB' Service! (WOS), in
addition to BjttB sent to the Jew
i*h rh.ipl.iins in VietMJB, h8 pro-
vided gifta for rtislnlniiion t>> the
USO dubs in th.it country to
then of the is Armed
Porcee of all Eadtha and to Viol
nameM ehildren. jv.li ii .1 i m>
luenil'er
Congressman Joseph Y Res
nick, <>f EHetN illiv N V W ill at-
tend 1'h.inuka celebrations du-
ring his forthcoming visit to Viet-
and uill distribute gifts on
i .1 i nf his own community and
all Jewish communities in the
t led States The ift>. are in
p led by JWB's WOS
DrvidUch Also
'iim>ui!h the cooperation of
Dlabbi Nathan Witkin. direct n oi
the JWB Armed Forces Service
.'enter in Balboa Canal Zone,
IW'B ~ wi>s has arranged, to have
l.ooo ^ifi- loaded aboard Iran*
>rt headed for Vietnam
Over 2.000 rlraMBarh iCbanuka
mrb) are among the gifts to the
hiUL-en of Jewish mtv icemen
HrHi/hout the world. In main
KiUlarv chapels. Chanuka tan-
He> will be lit in the large, at
^fcctivc menorot icandelahras"
feov-ided hv Serve-A Chaplain
Rabbi Selwyn D. Ruslandr>:
spiritual leader ol Temple Ii
rael. Dayton. O., has be*-:
stalled as chairman ol I
Nai.onal Jewish Welfare
Board ;JWB Commission on
h Chaplaincy. A
bot of the ( aion for
many years and its vice
chairman since 1962, H
Ruslander succ3eds Rabbi Is-
rael Miller
v ommitti a affiliati d with JW B
WOS More than lo.iioo Jewish
books, 2.000 silver stars of David
and mestizo! and hundreds of
Jen ii recordings arc among the
men) gifts for Jewish ills, their
wives and their children
Committees of hospital volun-
> i ; orking under the ausj ices
of the wos will give l hanuka
partita and will distribute gifts
to patients in ..ll Veterans Admin-
ation hospitais These volun-
teers participate in the Veterans
Administration Voluntarj Service
proci am
I ii ii Women's Urbanizations'
, i ues i~ composed ol the fol
nine national Jew i.-h wo
men's organisatii i Hadassah,
N'ational Bureau ol Federated
JewH i Women's trganuations,
National Council ol Jewish *'o
National Federation of
I m p I > Si>tei h > Is, National
.)vv B J< ioh i emmunil) Center
Si i v i es National v\omen s
; i ,i {iii oi the i iir.i' i Syna
f Americi I niled irder ol Ti in
- si i i he \v omen Branch ol
i isl ol Orthodox Jewish
i i.n at is oi A merit a and the
nan's Division ol the Amen
can Jtvi -h Congress
JWB i- Ihc agene) authorized
v, i S Defei l > partment
lo meet the religious, morale and
welfare needs ol Jewish military'
personnel their dependents and
hospitalized veterans It is a bene-
ficiary <>f the Greater New York
Unite I Jewish Appeal and of hun-
dreds of Jewish federations and
welfare funds outside New York.
/
Chanuka
Greetings..
from the Staff
UiVCG
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IT IS WITH SURE WE EXTEND
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Wives fhf cook and do the dishes
Should be nroutfit these three wishes:
A grateful mote, o well kissed check,
A Restaurant dinner every week."
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ELECTRIC SIGNS SALES & SERVICE
Phone 634-3233
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To All Holiday Greetings
JANE S. ROBERTS
DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS
DM DANCE
S00 Deer Run Phefie^tU 8-4521

EXTENDS BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
O
AT UUNS, Co-Owner
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND
HEALTHFUL CHANUKA
GEORGE G. WHITNEY REAL ESTATE
1 LINCOLN ROAD JE i-7401


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Friday. December 17. 1965
Variety Children's Hospital Volunteer of Valor Award is
presented to Trustee Jerry Blank (center* by Banquet Chair-
man Robert Macht deft] as Dr. Irving Lehrman (right) con-
gratulates the honoree.
Variety Hospital Honors Blank
fair chairman of the banquet waa
Kobt-i't Macht. pn dd( it of .lor
dan Mar>h of Florida
Sume 500 local ciuc leader--, and
fnenda oJ Vanat) ChiMraa'a Hoe
pita! raid tribute to one of its
eat ti usti on Not 29 at
:. DeauviUc Hotel.
'rrry Blank, president of Na-
I ooal Brand-, received the Volun-
teer of Valor Auard at tin- tesflr
nonial dinner in recognition of
leadership in behalf of the lm-
1'ital and hi- role in community af-
Tire Co. Plans
Service Center
Norton Tire Company"* new
rram plant at \YV 54th St and
27th Aw. uill contain 15 service
bays and is exp-cted to be one of
the bipeest anil most complete
Ito lervlce centers in Dade
it> acconiins to an announce-
ment laj week by Norton Paltot.
president
Plans nou in the making call
r blueprints to be ready within
three weeks Construction should
get under wu> In January, with a
projected completion date for
April 1966
The completely modern struc-
ture will be dcMtned to fit into
the existing auto complex at the
HUM dU which now includes
sales rooms, a retread plant, tire
warehouse, and administrative
Principal address was deliv-
ered by Congressman Claude
Pepper Other speakers includ
ed William A. Taylor, executive
director, and P. William Burke,
president of Variety.
Invocation a- delivered by Dr.
Irving I^hrman. spiritual leader
of Temple Kmanu
Chairman Macht lauded Blank
for his leadership and Interest In
the welfare of his community, and
his public service touching the
Hves of peop'e of all races relit
ions, and beliefs "
Lear School In
New Location
After SI >e.irs. the I-ear School.
a landmark OB Miami Beach, has
tianWerr.ii its operation to North
Miami
Th6 I.ear School is a full) >
credited college pre P ra I o r j
- nool and is recogniMd by the
Florida Stati Department of Bdu
i, the Florida Council of In-
dependent Schools, and the Asso-
ciation of Independent Schools of
S lutheastem Florida.
The I-ear School includes all
lea from kindergarten through
tweltth. In its varied academic
program Among the many na-
tional academic societies the Lear
School b .i qualified member in
tie National Honor Society for
Junior High Schools, the National
Honor Society for Senior High
Schools, and the Future ScicnUsts
of America.
On Dec. 6. Richard K. I-ear.
principal, welcomed his faculty
and Students in their first assembly
in the new location at 11211 Bia
cayne Blvd. l.ear also announced
that all applications for second se-
mi star kindergarten were being
processed, and that applications
for all other grades would DC M
cepted wherever and whenever ca-
pacity limits permit.
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JFnday. December 17, 1965
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Page 13-D
United Jewish Appeal Honors Ten
By Special Report
NEW YORK The top ton lead-
^> repiwntmi; wven major J<"W-
communities outside <>f the
lited States, participated in
(Jailed Jewish tppeal'i 28th
null national conference
Ul the New York Milton Hotel
last weekend The leaden art
Baron Guy cte Rothschild, pres
itent of the Konds Social Juif
I nifi'. of France:
Israel M. SieW, lionorary pres-
I'tent of the Joint Palestine Ap-
|l'al. in the I'nited Kingdom.
a m u I Bronfman, national
>reeklont of the Canadian Jew
i Congrr>s.
>r. Israel Goldstoin, world
Chairman of the Keren llayc
.dl.nited Israel Appeal, of
ilTTIjaleni.
>r At to* re Mayor, of Italy,
Chairman of the Standing Con
trence on European Jewish
>rniminitv Services;
Edoi J. Horwiti, president
tii' South African Jewish
>arti of Deputies
>rio Faigen, fir^t \ ice pres
tnt of the Delegation of Ar
Itinian Jewish 11rc.iiii/at:on
|u\IA>:
imshid Kahfi, member of
Iranian Parliament, repre-
atinj: the Jewish community
|hjry ere joined >i\ Israel's
BAMOS IOTHSCHHO
Ambassador to the United State-.
ivraham llarman. and Louis II
1'incus. of Jerusalem, acting chair
nan of the Jewish A,cnc\ for Is
rael
With the exception of Canada
and Creat Britain, each of the
lewish communities represented at
th" conference have been, as many
ontinue to tie. greatl) aided by
i .i \ funds since the end of World
Aar II The} are just a traction of
the number of Jewish communi
Me- in Europe, North Africa, the
Middle East and Asia which have
eni fitted from CJA supported res
cue, relief health, reconstruction
and cultural programs
Tlw Mo no rah as Symbol
pontino*d from Paga 7-D
ish atople The idea of religious
light and political liberation
shines forth from these ittle
twitklini; < a n d I e s And the
meosjrah itself u|*>ii which these
candles rest reminds us
tree of life, ot the life-
thai should be guided by
the moral teachings of the Torah
is not to be weakened,
tiered and eventually extin
e dc
idtht
tally these lighted candles
f the candlestick upon which
rest recall to us our own
emporarv Maccabee period
fifteen and a half years ago
ish heroic determination
eved the liberation of the
land of Israel and created the
Third Jewish Commonwealth,
the Republic of Israel, after a
period of martyrdom unparallel-
ed In Jewish history when six
million Jews perished in Europe.
On this Chanuka as we prepare
to celebrate the lfith anniversary
of the founding of the Jewish
State and roestablishment of
Jewish independence after near
ly 19 centuries, the lighted menor-
ah stands before us to hearten
us once again in the faith that
the Jewish people will not be ex
tinguished as long as it will fol-
low the light that was once kin
died in the wilderness of Sinai
by Moses, the messenger of God.
The overseas loaders joined
with 3.000 American Jewish
leaders in commemorating the
20th anniversary of V-E Day by
honoring three of the great gen-
erals who led the armies of the
Allied Expeditionary Force to
victory in World War II Gen-
eral of the Army Dwight David
Eisenhower; Great Britain's
Field Marshal, The Earl Alexan-
der of Tunis; and Gen. Pierre Jo-
seph Koenig, commander in
chief of the Free French Forces.
All are expected to attend.
Man) of the nation's key Jewish
leaders took leading roles in
the work of the conference in ad
liti.>ii to Max If, Fisher, of De-
troit. CJA general chairman, they
included Edward II M Warburg
and William Koscnwald. both of
New York. Joseph Meyerhotf. of
Baltimore, and Dewey D stone.
ol Boston, all honorary chairmen;
Isadora Breslau, of Washington.
DC. Israel D Fmk. Minneapolis,
Edward Ginsberg, Cleveland. Mel
vm Dubinsky, st Louis, David
AF Commissions
No. Miamian
Jack II Cohen, son of Mr and
Mrs Irving Cohen, of 11960 NF
19th Dr.. No Miami, has been com
missioned a second lieutenant in
the U S. Air Force upon gradua-
tion from Officer Training School
at Lackland AFB. Tex
I.t Cohen, selected for OTS
through competitive examination,
is being assigned to Homestead
AFB, Fla.. for training and duty
aa a finance officer. He becomes
a member of the Continental Air
( ommand. which keeps units and
individuals of the Air Reserve
forces ready for emergency duty.
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Temple Beth Am
Welcomes Cantor
Ben Clein, president of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am.
announces that the monthly break
fast m the Youth Lounge on Sun-
day, at 10 am. was an official
welcome to Cantor Michael Kyrr,
who received an honorary mem-
bership.
Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, regional
director of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, presented
a film on poverty, "The Fast
I Have Chosen," distributed by the
National Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods
rAi "^
/St 411 siut
l.owenthal. Pittsburgh, Joseph I).
Shane, Los Angeles. Jack I) Wei-
ler. New York, and Philip Zinman.
Camden, N.J national chairmen.
Kabbi Herbert A Friedman, New
\ork. executive vice chairman,
and Mrs Jack Karp. of LOS An-
geles, chairman of the National
Women's Division
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An tsii fkridiair,
Friday. December 17. 1965
Fashion Guild
Installs Officers
Men's Fashion Guild of Grei
mi installed Jaj K pres
, nt tor 1865-68 recentl) ;'
annual beefsteak dlnnei .it the
i intainebleau Hotel
More than 200 Guild members,
. nployee* and guests attended the
tit. v.huh was highlighted bj
eaentati ol cheeks im the Uni-
.t> of Miami scholarship fund
id donation- to charitable or-
anisatieau Donatieoi and grants
tin' <;itiid since it- founding In
47 now total $66,000
Other officer* installed at the
dinner were vice presidents,
Harold Goldberg and Al Ledina;
urer Al Leslie.
Hoard of director* inctodea In
g Berlin, Larry Hoffman. Joe
I mn. Al /alilo. K.dgar Greenk
Henry Steig, Joe Fetnetein and
Jules Gillette, honorarj lifetime
(tout
The Guild a- formed 18 years
.mil Is composed el 30 retail
- weai -tore- in the Create)
mi an .
Theme of this yeai nnu
festiTJ a- Miami Beach's
50th anniversary Guests donned
white aprons ami chefs hats foi
I he cocktail part) and diiinoi
Dr. Wolf son
Heard in Series
Ir Abraham Wolfson "ill di-
, .-- i ho Human Bodj It-
Wonders and Its Care every Thnrs
da\ diirinj nccomlxT from 10 '"
12 noon in tlM Wi.-hini.ton Fed-
eral laMaMortan, 1SN WaaMBgaan
Vve., bafaN the Sptoeau Forum for
Adult Fducahon
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Morton Towers chairmen of the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign check over the program for a special showing of
the featured film. Let My People Go." Left to right are Abo
Solosko Samuel Norkeen and Morris Minov. The film was
scheduled at Morton Towers. 1500 Bay Rd at the South
Patio on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Let My People Go is a
documentary on the establishment of Israel as a Jewish
homeland.
FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS'
Arts League Honors Hoberman
Louis Hoberman, Surtstte Coun
cilman, received the annual ci
tation i> i e s e n t e d bj Ihe Mi
ami Beach Music and Arts League
fur outstanding contributions du-
ring the past in yean t" th- cul-
tural life of Greatei Miami Beach."
Vward was made on Saturday
ing at tin- dinner dance and
show .tt the Carillon Hotel, and
president-elect, Boris M Grabei
a- installed ith other off!
c-er- l>> Metro Mayor flunk Hall,
who .ohd a- master oi rrmnmn
lea
An honorary life membership
was presented to Or. Arluri
di Fillippi. director of the Miami
Opera Guild, for "high standards
of his opera productions in
Greater Miami," and a special
Plaque was presented to Her-
bert H. Robbins. e*ecutive direct
or of the Carillon Hotel, for "con-
tributions to the League." U.S.
Rep. Claude Pepper and Miami
Mayor Robert Kino; High made
the presentations.
Councilman Hnberman is pre-,
entlv a board member of the
League, and -.fved previous!, jv
executive secretary; and vice pre>-
ident He i- also president of the
Surfside Music Society, and a mem-
ber of the City of Miami Beach ex-
ecutive committee for the annual
Festival of Arts. He ana respon
sibia for inti oducin*. the original
concert series in North Miami
Beach, now an annual series sport-
Mired li> that ot\
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1 tablespoon water
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*k. w oman s "WoM H [ •;., %  .egcmt Mt. Sinai Hospital Jubilee Ball nl the Fcntcinebt :u Hotel last weekend are (left to nahtl Mr. end Mrs -.berg and Mr. and Mrs. Alan 0>hen. (For related Page 3-B). 5; ^T r* fcs IWIWN Silverman. president, and Mrs. Sol Silverman. ry president and Building Fund chairman of the Great ai Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Agad. will og participants in the dedication of the Home Health Building en Sunday noon at Doualas Gardens. Mr>m • the Auxiliary pledged a S50.000 endowment for the 'For related story, see Page 2-B). n J bv ISABEl GRCVF j n I .•\ time of year again for h Rieger clan which has c of happy occasion ate when Oec 25 rolls For patriarch Jo lovely wife Olia. it in of happy wed well as his 75th Son I'at and Sarah >kl) n N V chow their nuptialSO uranddaughter Ro i,.,n unbroken in .image to Marty • in tin) ITMI Sheirj Plachtei and will mark •a> on I>< > • • : %  keep activi In rou|M holi inin the Golden Una i i tub Bis Cl lb S-riic.r among men) • Kupperman will i innate to atMitnah df nephew f SwJ v •# asY Wf • 1 ./ >, _^^^^ *..v "Jewish Floridian Si Miami, Florida. Friday. December 17. 1965 Section CJA Women Elect Mrs. Ablin MiJack A Ablin of Miami lleach. habeen named honorary chairman Also traveling north for the CeremOO) and reception are Mi and MrWoody 1-awli—. of Pompano Heath With the festivities safe!) behind them. parents of the celebrant, the s. \ niour Leasers, will bring their trotters to Pompano Park next waek Seymoui Floret PI • brothei iownei of Go ;o Fai i • hoi MM I Bis b> son Michai K awaited b) R I Henr) Rat kii -• up an i i! hoi 01 Mil'! walk* .i .i a) w i th I he I ip lui >i ic and All S %  I Stu • I Hi toschool m • < oat Ma lei i i ited Na I'onfei ence to be held in N. u v. "iK in April Anothei ,• v Isltoi tu the < Sew iu horm will 1M' grandson Sand) • • • Even purel) social clubneed a roster of officerto keep the c ;. i .... i full and entertaining. %  o Forte rowers Women elected theirs Wedneeda) evening In the Porte TownCoftce Shop Probably included some of the paid up mernbers who attended a recent membership luncheon at Iha Bee Isles Hotel • • • Second -on born at Mt Hospital thiweek to Dianne and Harm) Rubin, of Highland Lakes Weighing m at 5 Ike 0 ma tm> newcomer loins brothei Scott irents III and Mrs i et v,d Rep and Mrs Robert L Bl • \ in announce the ontli ol da U UVedneada) at C< mon The nee arrival loins -i-tei laura Dawn happy holidays mm. JACK ABUN Initial Gifts Division for several yean and is on the Federation campaign cabinet for the 196b' CJ \ dnxe Mrs Ablin will have one of the major appointments to the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal camps which next year expects to i some $1.3 million to service n i nci< locally, nationall) and overseas i he 191 i .-ct and mei a go; I -. 440,000 i he i << <:Bre -till great," CJA and Federation execul • i d on annoum Ing Mi • Ablin as honorary chairman of the W Division "We can nol rest on past accomplishments, and we look ird 1 succi -tul campa led by our lav leadersuch 3\Mm. All of us al Burdine's extend our gre< fc r a Happy Oanukah re you and yours : \IU>Y ^w^v^



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: :v. December 17. 1965 -len/tfftrr/rfiir ilar amnesia attack. Those I a like raeh niiiiiiifoi ipecutir lli.it thi' lasl of this ilions occurred ;it • ui • ol the Temple luenl Exile, when x s..-,hina withdrew it pre* ..nl in raplacemenl lefl our :oiis with a clouded and Infer!Met of knowing, an order of '•'in^. dull and eraai Since that transposition we JVC learned to traee utelUtes rt the source of the four fires • .innot trace. Chanuka Draidel But hope there l* If tree-cm %  made to sprout through the sartPM Ben-Gurioa can evndi* enadeo, which require only do actof magic, then, with hit more practice we might finally avail ourselves of the Kaiahic visions we were prom* i \ : shock therap) may % %  • prerequisite lo such an nt, if it i-. to undo our present '.ite of coma Evidence abounds •hat the .-.hock mi: lit lall too •iiminent At l< as! there mor to that effect in the daily eat. Judging from the cold res by which the cold war Is ring waocd. one nnuht wisely n for it In the very nearest rnsajndtlctoa Difficult it is cour>*' knovtag whether to oh forward to that even! with ftcr trepidation or with utter • kfulnesa There i-. an oral lition that the emotion sua•d at that ultimate moment • have much to do with the •nettiate condition following it, in whatever world. However, the Shechina may in fart return any midnight, espei lally as the Shechina and the Moon are often identified as partially coterminous, and as it is tu the Moon that our projective fancies now lead. Then will our < hanuka dreidels spin in a totally anti-gravitational space, and whirl on the pure air beyond the triple aun. .sustained solely by • angelic hairs threading the hwa\s between the planets If DfMmre here gets any worse van it aliead\ is. who knows t that the Moon may become sanctuary and refuse at least ir that portion of humanity derrvant ot it* hospitalities It may be the only asylum to impenaata for ti iphrenic • r split slicing out .:IHIHin Looking (01 waid ''i ct k 1 I inuka on the Moon, n the ver\ Moon thai ra SINCERE GOOD WISHES TO ALL GREETINGS DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER 901 N E. 125th Street North Miami Ph. 751-8586 COMPLIMENTS OF BROS. i340 N.W. 27th AVE. NE 5-0905 GPEFTINGS BLY'S GARAGE General Repairs All Models 232 SW 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 1-0804 Page 3-C Comedian Jack Bonny drops in to congratulate his old friend, Aithur Fiedlor. conductor of the Boston "Pops" conceits, on the establishment of the Arthur Fiedler Music Library in Tel Aviv by Histadrut. Israel Labor Federation. Meetmq took place al the Waldorf Astoria testimonial dinner for William Hellman. president of Kennedy's of New England, chairman of the project which will cost $300.0(30. From left are Dr. Sol Stein, national director of Israel Histadrut Campaign, Israel Consul General Michael Arnon, Fiedler, Hellman and Benny. its eelc hration now is not tl: fore the worst of ambitions. There is always the possibility that THERE the meanini: of tinfour fires, plus several hundred thousand more items like them, may become clear again. And who knows who may erect us at her gate There is also a tradition that her ptsjs, like the openings in the body, are nine in number, since the Moon is Yesod or Foundation, and also representative of the bodily Corpus At any rate, extraordinary things aeem always to be happening in its light. If we are very lucky, and if the demons can no longer contain themselves at their governmental games, we may attend that celebration there in our own generation. The transition may come via a multitude of possibilities An Illuminating bolt, in the mushrooming proportions of the phallus. ma> lie the vehicle of transport \ simultaneous boll on Israel a n d Nt H York may assure the lews absolute prim paaaage The planet Continued on Page 16-C CHANUKA GREETINGS Fiom ltll IIARII G. DOYLE Insurance %  IffCsmrjr 7211 S.W. 62nd AVE. SO. MIAMI, 43 HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN DINNER 3 Pieces Chicken, French Fries, Cole Slav.. 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ftMov December 17. 195" AM/V/ fk,,n t Page 7-B i frte /vea/w o, Savitt, Cooper Exchange Vows ocietu Dinner For Elliott Roosevelt former Roberta M Cooper .Hid .'oel A Sa\itt exchanged nup lial urns on Saturday evening. !>< %  II. at the Aimers Hotel Rabin Daniel Leery officiated at the 7 DJH ceremony which ensl followed li> a recaption In the Kunaiv.-it Room of the hotel On tlu-ir return from a Carib bean cruiac the newlyweds will liva in North Miami For the weddMiL. the bride ch<>%c a Doer-length sheath dress of siik carried a cascade arrange of white roses around a ewrhtd Attending her were tfilgrom, maid of honor. Ball and Diana Bonilla. and ment watt* Sheila Su.san bridesmaids Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hal W Wayne, '.HO N\V 80th Ter Mrs Savitt %  a graduate of Norland Huh .ind Florida College of Medi cal Technolog) sinialso the %  lugbter of the late ( harlaa "ooper r\ • : abest man to the bridegroom was ins brother Barry Savitl Hie' are the sens of Mrs Hilda Savitl 1687 Euclid Ave and th' late David Savitl Ushers included Je\ Kmler. Thomas Rrause and David Sterns Attorney Savitl is a graduate of Miami Beach Huh. the University of Miami and its law school He is a member of Alpha Delta, law fraternit) Final plans for a black tic Ap picciation Dinner honoring Mayor FJliott Roosevelt were blue printed this week at a steering committee meeting headed bj l.eo Adeeh and William Segal Scheduled for the Fontain.Meau Hotel on Sunday, the formal din ner party will be preceded by a I'lktail reception Heading a list of celebrities for the dinner will l>e Franklin D Roosevelt Jr former Undersecrel •ir> of Commerce ami chairman of the Equal Opportunity Commis sion Adeeb, who is acting as ticket committee chairman, announced that more than 400 reservations already had been made lor the testimonial. "We plan to limit attendance to — uoo persons, \dceh revealed In addition to Adeeh and Segal, %  >thcr Steering committee member-: include Vice Mayor Robert Tur chin. Councilmen Joe Malek and Paul Seiderman. and Stanle) Ar sin. Daniel S Dubbin. Hans El langer, Frank Esterson, Jack D Gordon, Ritter Levinson, Fdward Melmker Stuart (J Newman, anil Louis F WoKson ni EW, GfflDHBffl FROM %  K In mt% ton javrTT Komelhar, Simon Betrothal Told r%  %  Mrs Joseph B K..' i Ave have an %  iheii Rita • Sti en El hi m to be u the son s Gertrude Simon, f Wash nd Has Slma .e. "i k i itj Bt'r Tov Sisterhood ; r Jonas Sherbal is chairing mnual paid up membership In Insponsored b) Temple I ". Sistei In""! on Wednes the lemplc Like CHEESE KREPIACH with Grandissimo Ta'am! Chef Boy-Ar Dee knows what he's talking about. Hn Cheese Kn ioh h4s the gl indtal taste**—whetbei \. u taj it ii.ilun or Jewish or • aiialura o( both Have some tw. lunch or supper today. CHEF BOY AR-DEE* Cheese Rovioli If mi !:kc cheese kreplach. you'll save these temkr little mas i .mi pies...filled with tang) lulun Cheese, vimnuared with savory tomato S.MKC .nd cheese seasoned in the real Italian way. 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Vnls more crcntivi '•> the* hate a -IH ill .itiinii> with mush v\ hj Is il Nttl so mam M loda>" leading literati erf lewish? I ravine pundit* ui p these unestionv, I would likt In under. Sim, the iinutiK^ .listi coocepl ,,f the pin\iiii "t knowledge .is a relations commandment. %  erealisi exeri IM' and the Inn si nf In*, iris. I n.ni I iir.ili stuiii, s.n the mi sin-, m heavens art created and iln rarih icontmuallj renewed i • i / ml Ii • 'lie, Ii 'ii' %  I !'l'". %  rale, u isoh //j-.-.i/. a %  nf, fkl\t i Hen I %  %  %  J ... i ( IM'K( i,.iinil.jh you'll txfrittering Hwav youi lime dehciousl) hi ira.luion.il>i iiu atke itha -i-.i-on'dctiniiivc delicao, hm m ; ersarepopul Se % %  ...' %  .• ,i .'iiiuiiliilnil" hoi oil ^^^ a In pun a. n,,i1. .1 ta krvp pruprr depth fej liiuiK Lk-aM Ulkip fosmr> leavesW tsp gioundsage (A tsp pepper • Planters Oil IV. 4i itKuntil listht and loaani Slir in crated potatoes, grated union. Boat, %  rawxainjl and herbs unnl well bWnlnl ITJ asdirrsledunderC om I alkrviatn >• I, %  sing ahuot 'i-eup potalu nixturr foi i-Mili laid*. IHain ell on absorhenl papri. V-rir hol. with apptrnauee or sour eream ixrhaps. Makes Ir. lusiimilatkes \AekonrM your I hanukali guesll with (Vi.rT.-iIn a iitrmfe hlcn.1 4 '

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"iJewisIi Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. December 17. 1965 Section C n Who created miracles for our forefathers THE SEVEN MACCABEE SONS WHO WOULD NOT SCPAPF RF FORE A TYRANT hcxnithc* ^celebration: 'd float and bobble '•"-i' Hi., however is no in stir Much less that himeans to wake Minus that lust body of mem r\ the Jew at best, is like an amputee At best he feels the presence of an unremitt-m; absence This is what accounts for the Jew s perennial be i con aeienca He is onlv half Ml imj'.;e It act' lints for th..t i deprivation, a ,n the muscular Sabrai haven't qir.te managed '" ataaa it tecaamU lav his eaaUnaal dis coml"rt. because something -i ,1 !* %  than and what shou.d be there is not Chanuka ll an excellent ev mi pie of that amnesia Day of Abomination what do we know of Chanuiv.-r We know it as the dedcation of the Sanctuary We know it falls on the twenty fifth da) of Kislev. corresponding tc the fust da> of the winter sol si lea We know it as the da> of (weeping from the Temple the |)< enti ms i. reek soldiery We know it M a day the observance of the rituals "as no lonfer held a capita! offense and a day when the s. roha Of the law were no upon disi oi • Th; Sanctuary k ii w it M a da) of the mil icul %  %  '' v ,,f • nrho would nol tyrant, and when the board ,. | iinagi ,i the Olympian Jove was i. moved from thi eltai of the Temple ami the TCnpie cleansed Chanuke we know ue feat Defeat, in that on that day the Temple was scourged, and Victory, in that on that day three years later the temple was re stored But what do we know of Cha nuka itself the forgotten original (hanuka What can we know ol it" We haven't even the faintest notion i f whal the Sanctuary was the \erv sanctuary l>cf' re wh ii the original tight! of < he nuka were made to Vim. There .••'.' Kholastic clues. But not help, as they alisms that make the an unknowable, \ the rymptoms ol the amnesia itself In fact. %  I %  ne is that unne la tl • even the sensation of what the Sanctuary might know inc.'' but what is worse pcihaps we have even lost the leg timacy of ever again possess Ing it (if course there are some neglig hie institutions in the bowels of the unconscious that stretch toward that knowledge, ;t these, too, are of only the fuzziest scope The Real Meanings i hanuka'a real meaning is con withheld from us Not oii!> don't we know the Sanctu ary, hut we don't know the lit • Not onl) don't we know the Lights, hut we don't know i andeUbra Who indeed knows the Candelabra that held names Of that first Feast of L'ghts, lit first by Aaron' Which of us can conceive the meaning of the four fires, the white and



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Page 16-D lenist rkrxjfrn H Friday. Decemb*[7 1^1 Special Recipes for Chanuka Fete Continued from Pay* 4-D 3 to 4 cups cooked rice, to taste Have the chicken or capon prepared for stuffing. Brown the hamburger and onions in the oil, mashing the meat with a fork as it cooks to keep it in tiny particles. Add the tomato paste, wine, water, parsley, sugar, pine nuts, chestnuts, and salt and pepper to taste Simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally Remove from the heat and stir in the maUo meal and brandy Cool, sprinkle the inside of the bird with salt and pepper to taste and fill with the prepared mixture. Fasten the opening with poultry pins and string Sprinkle the outside skin with aditional salt and pepper to taste Place the bird breast side up on the rack of a deep roaster. Add an additional cup of water to the pan, cover the roaster tightly, and cook (or 2 hours at 400 degrees F. without lifting the cover. Place the bird on a platter, remove the pins and string, and serve at once. Pass the gravy separately and serve with the rice This amount serve* 6. H HM stuffing is mostly meat and smaller portions of the poultry are needed. Hftterlist* (parv* recipe) 4 teaspoons soft parve margarine teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon water 1 esg. slightly beaten 1 teaspoon brandy About 1 cup sifted all purpose flour Cream ah* tne ingredients except the flour until well-blended. Add enough flour to make a stiff dough. Knead until smooth. Divide the dough into 12 parts and roll out each part as thin as possible without tearing Make 3 lengthwise slashes in the center of each piece. Fry 2 at a time in rfeap hot fat. 375 degrees F. un til the bottoms are a deep brown Turn over \er> carefully with a perforated skimmer and brown the tops. Drain on absorbent pa per and sprinkle generously with equal parts of ground cinnamon and sugar mixed together If you wish to serve Hestertiste at a dairy meal, use 1 teaspoon of %  ofl nutter in place of the 4 teaspoons of margarine and 1 tablespoon of li^ht ci the tablesnn of u a Pttct Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Curettes New Tobacco Blend, More T obacco Taste! NORTON TIRE CO. VISIT OUR NEWEST AUTO SERVICE CENTER 8801 Biscayne Blvd. For people who want "Precious Cargo" Protection I 0pi 24 HOOTS I AMDayStMOTjy 5300 N.W. 27* Ave. PREMIUM LIFE-SAVER SLIGHTLY BLEMISHED SALE! OFF Regular Sale Price, NOT List Price! RFGoodrich • FULL 4 PLY • NYLON TUBELESS • SEALS PUNCTURES PERMANENTLY • RESISTS SKIDS • RESISTS BIOWOUTS • LONGEST WEARING PASSENGER TIRE B. F. GOODRICH EVER BUILT • TWIN-LINE WHITEWAUi NEW PUNCTURE SEAIAKT Xk Puncture* rn Malad permanent u as BFG improved sealant prevents air from aacap nf makes per*rv nent repair as puncturing object I withdrawn. 650x13 21.25 775x14 2 5 .00 825x14 2 7 .50 355x14 3 0 .00 885x14 $ 33.50 845x15 3 0.00 885x15 3 3.50 900x15 3 4.75 Plus Fed. tax and old tire off your car. NO MONEY DOWN EASY BUDGET TERMS INSTANT CREDIT FREE MOUNTING ECONOMY TIRE SPECIAL %  ONE PRICE TIRE & TUBE Blackwall 600x15 670x15 650x15 710x15 Plus Fed. tax and old tire off your car. INCLUDES NEW B.F. GOODRICH HEAVY DUTY TUBE! NORTON TIRE < C Om >v RFGoodrich ENJOY YEAR ROUND SAVINGS AND SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS AT THESE NORTON TIRE STORES: orm >4 MOUH oein wtaurs CENTRAL MIAMI J00 N W 371(1 *„ DOWNTOWN MIAMI MO Wttl lA.|. M (tl 4V4I MIAMI SHOMES •SO 1 t it,. I;, i44a MIAMI at ACM I'M t **M M J I N. MIAMI BEACH "00 %  [ !()• % t %  %  11 •* 74M SOUTH OADE MO' Stkt. 0 %  t Hn M7 >J'4 HOMESTEAD 10100 SW> >•• %  < XT, w ufliflhw MU Hll ( .4 •• W SIX. I.M • 7 TA*T "FT err 1 tie Dm %  ••••>• •• 1 1 1 1 Wllf FVLWIIACHSISS 0 ... Tl 14111



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Frictay, Dacaanbar 17, 1965 •JmittrkrMi >r Page 7-A Chanuka: Festival of Lights Customs Continue from Peoe t-A n i nial form. Apparently, thenwas ., desir* • the part of the rabbi-. Ol old to have Chanuka olwrved a%  holiday on which work wav to be prohibited ••uch as i* the i.ne on major holidays The jjen *J coneensu* was that this would rot be too practical Thus, somr n--strict ed lioth men and women lnim worklni while the can,lie • H etc burninit other* finding this to I* Im practical as well, at lets! restricted tha women from pci'Rhnifllf, tlten i-iiM-hoM choivs iluritie this pe i il xo that at laaitl surne meastjri ol the (irtKiiial intention be car i iei out to insure the pre\alencr the holiday •spirit' leat In 1I • %  homo. • • • Why *r* th* Chanuka candles lb in fh* synaaaair* at an earlier Hm than whan th*y ara lb in tha ham*? t The mot win>l> Recent cd fr:i I.OII i> to littht the ( hanukn (..miles in the home onl) .it or af ler the appear arce of the Stars This is alxiut twentv to Uvt>nt\ fi\r minuteafter the astronomical BUBMrl In the synagogue, how e\ei the tiarlitional calls fur the candles to Inlit at the time nt the astronomical sunset, before the COmjSMaUon offers the Maari\ •ervase i lie raaaaa for thia dii ferance i quite obvious If the Chanuka candles were lit in the ivssBjsjogue after the apnea: of the Han, this might !• at i time when the congregation has a lre ad y completed the prayers <>f Maarb and even one may have tone bams FHajrallr the candles are lit in the svna^oe.iie so that the wop-h'pers assembled as a congregation, ha) see them Therefor* if the worshipers are not going (0 IH(here, there is no use in lighting the candles in the synagogue Traditional authorities insist that there lie a quorum pres ent in the synagogue be lit II before the astronomical sun set from the period known as | "I'lau HaMinchah" (this is the last hour and one quarter oi .i twelve hour da> It is also to lie i noted that while the Chanuka can (Ik's are burning in the synagogue in the morning during the prayers and later where people remain in the synagogue to study), thej are not lit in the home in the morning This i~ because their being lit hi the synagogue In Ih* morning accomplishes the public bring of the miracle in public, while the home is relativeh to be regarded as a private domain Temple Sinai of No. Dade Buys Land Temple Sinai of North Dade Tuesday announced the purchasi ol %  &3S-acre tract of land fas itisgictuar) i he i ropertj Is at Mfasl N8 %  AM. former!) the Greynokh I'ai k Biding Avcademj No price has ;,v \,-t been tHs ci i According t" Di Sanford i ...'-.•. president ol Temple Sinai i tins] of the sajrafaaaa, paatalma t clearing of legal details will take place in vxeral months Rabbi Oaniai Lowy, spiritual leader of tba Tempi*, said that the sanctuary will taw tha first structure t* ba erected an th. property. This will ba followed by a social hall and tban a school Suildino. 'IVmple Sinai sold its fortnei rental on Miami Beacn HOW ncaOY FOR OCCUPAHCT ^towers %  APARfMINTS ISl* ST a COUINS awe MS 1121 site at 1480 NK 123rd SI No. Miami last summer to Ivan rors Studio, a motion picture compatu which produces, imong other tea lures, the Flipper television series The Temple moved into temporary quarters al 1820 \K 164th si No Mi. HI. i Beach, on Sept. 1 since 'hell, we have held sen ues .it Washington Federal Audi fonwm **> NF IfVTfh St and re Itgfow school classes at the John r Kennedy Junior High School. ftahbi Levy explained We chose North Miami Beach fur our new site because there is a far greater membership poten tial. and we can be of greater serv ice to the community there than we were before.'" he added Th* congregation celebrate* I its tenth anniversary *n Nov 7$. and sine* movinj Ha mambarsbip ranks bav* !ncr*a**d by IS families. "We bop* *• double our membership by the time our naw sanctuary is completed,'' eecording t* Rabbi Lowy. No timetable for building has as vet been settled, he noted Temple Sinai was organized in November. '55 and met the first time in North Miami Beach f'ity Hall on Nov 22. with Or Joseph R Narot. spiritual leader of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, officiating in a guest capacity The Temple 1 first sit* was comprised of six acres of land made in two donations to the fledgling congregation by a non Jewish friend. 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HAMWAY BOAT POPEYE HAULOVER BEACH DOCK Phone Wl 7-3525 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL STEELMAN CATERERS 1009 SW. 27th AVENUE Ph. 443-2826 CHANUKA GREETINGS GLAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 1820 BUILDING NORTH MIAMI BEACH Ph. 945 4335 CHANUKA GREETINGS iKlrd STKKET CYCLE CENTBB formerly locmlt* m Arthmr Goilrti M. for II Tears SCNWItM I ENGLISH IIKES Mcchonicol tepoirt on All Typtt o tiktt 1064 N.E. 163rd St. (Opp Beth Torah Temple) Ph. 945-4541 HOLIDAY GREETINGS SMALL FRY DAY NURSERY & KINDERGARTEN "On Two Beautiful Aero*" Full Saturday Program Swimming on tha Premise* Ytr Round "1455 N.W. 183rd STREET Ph. 624 2083 A Young Artist Depicts Terror By CHARLES M. SEGAL THERE were. 38 witnesses for I ho prosecution when Adolf Kuhmann itood trial in Jerusalem One of them was %  young artist. Yehuda Bakon. .we of the few survivors' of Theresienstarlt and Auschwitz who had spent three years in the shadiius of crematoria. Today. Yehuda Bakon is being hailed os one of Israel's outstanding artiste, with a % %  wonderful command of technique and a talent for expressing fantasy." Represented in the I'nitcd States by the Ross .Gallery of Israeli Art. ISO West End Avc Nrw Yorl City, BakOB's works are sought by 'art lover] throughout the country as well as in Canadav aas %  ~**i m Behind the oils, gouaches, lithographs, drawings and monotypeexhibited are the grim remem brances ol the artist experiences in the Nazi concentration camps — memorial he tries to papgeasi in his woik and in his thinking. Concentration Camp Epriane In discussing his adjustment to "normal life" following h^ Uberatiofl by an American Jewish soldier — Stanley Leaner, BO* of Toledo. O. — BakOD related The first three ..r four years whet. I painted 1 was u-ualh still occupied with the con centratioB camp l hist wanted to express what happened to me. to the soul of a fifteen-year-old boy. I thought I will tell them what 1 saw, in the hope that people will change for the better But people didn't change and didn'l even want to know it was much later that l really understood the meaning <>f suffering. It can have a meaning if it changes you foi the better Suffering from God teaches you something and uiffering from evil drags you down Baton's wort today reflects a world "f his en ative imagination conveyed i nd P*e I* .i.i world of beauty and pathos "In my work Bakon explained, 1 try to she* that then is more thai on< reality in the world and 1 attempt to portra) she mystery of life. For example, in i Rembrandt portrait there Is never just ession The more you took, the deeper you perceive It i n-' 1 onl) technique lhal achievej this; "' have to have a > delicacy imd variety in the u se of color '^.ikon's one marn^rt^^^RtTsFT^RJlrri^f' England and France have attracted larje of art loven Mis work has been chosen to sent Israel in such exhibitions as the Paris R of VOUng Pain ers. I'.Hil. and the Intin..,'. hlbltlon of Graphic Arts in Japan. r; Yugoslaviz, 1963 Mis etchings were in< •he li*si Summer .' %  how Of the Royal Acj I Art m Lndon, England Born m Cieehoaloeakla faa ires. Bakon family were seal to Iherealsnitedi by %  in llMu Liter, they were transferred to wit/ In t>th places he worked at art. He mitted li paint and draw at ThereMen-' D| his pictures were left there \t \ where it was considered sabotage to > jenril or a pi e ce of paper — Bakon drew i M-eretly Religious Eipression v. the war. Bakon decided to be and I %  lix months in Prague with Profess i Will Novak of she Pra of Art In I'M*. h> w., brought to Isi child well Then Saold Schol Bvc w..rs stud \:t m Jerusalem v MUted fro •! he went on st the < 'eotral School of Art • i Beaux xnm P and 1)\ j' BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL JOE and ANN BOYD 166 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH, FLORIDA GREETINGS FARREY'S WHOLESALE HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. • CONTRACTING HARDWARE • FOLDOOR DOORS it LIGHTING FIXTURES 7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE PL 4-5451 SIEGEL'S of CENTRAL HARDWARE CO. 545 Arthur Godfrey Road JE 1-0836 MIAMI BEACH 40, FLORIDA WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS SAL BIONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC. PAINT AND BODY WORK Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction 1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach Ph. 947-8685 HAPPY CHAN A& B VENETIAN BLIND CO. VENETIAN BLINDS and SHADES 1983 S.W. 8nS St. Miami FR 3-8039 Mr SfOtt. O.-. A Happy Charms' i S. Z. BENNETT. M.A.I. R..I inMt *,*•• Cmata*fi 307 Ainsley Bldq. 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Friday. December 17. 1965 knisl IhtiHtr Fage 5-3 Beach Hadassah's 5,000 Members Take Part in Varied Prgrams on Monday Miami Beach Hadassah 18 groups, with nearly 5.000 men Will participate in cclebrat i:.c Henrietta Szold s huthday du ring December and January, with hincheons and entertainment Founded in Palestine in 19 12 by Miss Szold. Hadassah through u.s Medical (enter in Nrael. has h*li>ed te create there among the highest health standards in the world. • • • Eddit Canter Group was to meet on Thursday noon at the Fon uln Mean Hotel for lunch Mu -ical selections were to he offered Is Mrs Emil Morton, with Harold 1-evey at the piano Mrs \;it Nai tove was to be chairman of the day. and Mrs Fred Jonas is pre* ident • • • Sovthasto Group celebrates with a luncheon at the Fontainebleau Motel on Mondav noon, with professional entertainment and gifts Mrs. Ttllle Schwartz is chairman of the day. and Mrs Joseph Rosen berg is president Fort* Tewrs rhanuka Festival is icheduled for Monday. 30 p.m •n th" Souihcate Towers Terraci Room Itri Joseph Mnndres will lead the Glee Clad ra a group of MngS, with olga Bibor Stern at the piano Ben Siegel will offer the Chanuka rindlelightine ceremony, and guest Up—kef aril] be Mrs Bar oitt Berkerman Mrs Susan Feller is president Shalema Group noon meeting on Monday will be held il the Dil.ido Hotel, with Mrs Henry Halahan .presenting a program of songs Mrs |r\in Shapiro is president, and Mis Morris Kripple is serving U chairman of the day • • • Either Group will feature radio artist Cindy Stevens on Tuesday noon at the Algiers Motel (hair men are Mrs Harry Oberst and Mrs Max Smith Mrs. H Saffir is president • • • Bay Harbor Group has slated a dinner dance and show at the Car illon Hotel for Saturday night. Dee 25. (;roup president is Mrs Joseph Epstein, with Mrs Barnes Davis serving as chairman of the alfan Dinner show entertainment and dancing will be Included in the Deborah Group celebration at the Deauville Hotel on Sunday eve ning Dei 26 In lack Fineberg serves as president • • Guest speaker will be Mrs Sam uel Sakrais when the Henrietta Siold Group mean at the Algiers Hotel on Monday noon. Dee 27 So prano Joyce Farber will present a musical program, with Olga Bi nor Stern at the piano Mrs Bar nett Beckerman is chairman of the day President is Mrs Sol Green berg. 9 % Kadimah Group noon meeting on Monday. Jan 10. will be held at the Harbor House South • • • Mrs Jack Katzman will chair the Honl Group dinner and night club show on Sunday evening. Jan 16. to be held at the Americana Hotel Mrs Milton Weinberg is president • A skit. Thou Hast Chosen Me." will be presented at the Stephen Wise meeting on Monday. 11 30 am at the Deauville Hotel frcliFuixJv IMI item HI im not** HA spn-ail I I arid a .tunshinr trith Hueculent nmrrl oranqrn 10.el.) full bushel, de< vered 0.5) •> half bushel delivered A g.ft packed with all the sunny flavor cf Florida! Sweet, seedless premium naval oranges tree ripened and so full of |uicy goodness' A welcome way to spread Florida sunshine to friends and relatives in the North JM CITRUS, first floor r-nami and fort lauderdale • Sorry, no COD'S 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FKEE SHOP M EVEI HT TU 9.30 IIIMHM jm vxtvnd* sinvvrv irinhvH for a joyou* holiday Hvanon Jdd^nluxJv air*bartonettp* for rh ami hah 2.2 One pound of goodness Bartons parve miniature milk ana dark chocolates are beautifully gift-wrapped with a Menorah gn on the box. Everyone S favorite selection! •' v'ANDY. first floor


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INC. 2156 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone FR 4-7896 terse Sfrai* *—mt f" t*1 with **• toil* Ztre 4 Up Sumificant Era for Russian Jewry* Continued from Page 9-C •mall out-of-the-waj place In northwestern Nea England — Burlington, vi — a planwhere NO Jewish families had transplanted their OW-Worid thtetl A Jewish boy there has turned thirteen, become Bar Mitzvah. His mother, who came from Kliakum Zunser's part of Russia — Lithuania-Byelorussia — and knows more than a dozen of his ROttgl is constantly singing them. The boy. himself fond of song, laps up all of Eliakum's soothing melodies On Saturdays at dusk. >ust before the Sabbath wanes, she sits by the window and sings. 'Mother Rachel Weeps Over Her Children," juat as she would be sitting in her native Byelorussian little town of Yilyaika before she came over h America. The boy hears it and loves it, out-ia con stantly surprised at the medieval atmosphere it evokes And yet this same old time Wedding Bard, who has now been living in modern America for more than two decades. i> advocating some revolutionary ideas — turning to farming, rebuild Palestine, or else, organise Into labor unions to make an en 1 t>> sweatshop conditions Man is indeed a complex animal. tad now we arrive si the present year of grace 1966 The centurj is aging and, along with it. the erstwhile countrj !*•> from Vermont. In the ,i citi ni New York the boy, now in his sixtybth year, has been living for many, many years though these years have been interspersed with longer or shorter terms of residence in a number of other places, both in America ami abroad Before him now lie two volumes which ether run up to over .i thousand pages and which contain nearly all the songs Kliakum Zunser wrote ill volumi litedfo) Mordecai Schech ter and are published by the YIVO Institute for Jewish Re s e ar ch in New York He leafs through the pages Yes, the) are all then', all the old. tweet, haunting tunes which coaxed women into sighing Hen is the Nineteenth Century which tells of the .lews awakening and entry into modem European culture and civilization and of their disap nointmert when this tweheoiag brought on a more intensified anti-Semitism; here too ii "The Contrast* which singof the strange dichotoim in the Jewish ders wh 'ther the abend nmenl ol the s u „, man) nany other songs too numerous I i dialogue Mnaj of them have a mgl) inurminaWe verses people in those i ha.! lots of time on the.r bands For manj >< Zunser kept a little printing -hop on the Easl Side, where he baret) managed to eke out a Uv ing. He died in New York in 1913 in his late seventies, a year before his old world was beginning to crumble in the slaughter of World War I But for many year, afterwards his songs were remem bared and to this day in Israel, where they've named a Trl Aviv street for him. you can hear his "Plow" either sung or played. He echoed the deepest, emotions ot -shefate and -la turn impressed himself upon the folk, as no other songwriter if modern times. Jewish or non-Jewish, had ever succeeded in doing His very lack of dis elimination in the use of words was a mark of his strength — of his vital atiatchment to the people Spirit of Zunser A> be goes throuah these tonga again, it i> natural that romantic nostalgia for the days of his youth should return But he keeps asking himself Have thc-e songs any meaning at all for the present-da) world in which I find myself, or are they Just mother means for romantic tetf-lnd fence like the British popular vocal daasics ws *i ling :r -i hool or Schubert's l.ieder which I learned Ister on la New York"" And he ange/et himself rhough these songs are not din relevanl to our present-dag reality, they hive a historic vslue in thai the) rlearl) mirrorel the life of .. troul It I people of •• fen generations i towards the light and everything which has ., real historic value docsn t lo e it relevanci ibeequenl generation." The spirit of Kliakum Zunser, the beloved Wedding Bard of she meases of East Kur..pearYidish speaking Jews of former times, lives on toiij> in hiAaaencan eaaceatdesrts who art* paruci paling ir. a new sort of spiritual pioneering, for a jueter and wiser America atheir ancestors pi oneered for the establishment of the Third Jewish monwealth, the present da) state of Israel HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL VIC POTAMKIN CHEVROLET 540 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone JE 1-5361 VIC POTAMKIN NAT P. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY SUPERIOR GAS CORP. OF MIAMI 2850 S.W. 71st AVE. I all: l.


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Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 51 Mi ani, Flonaa. Fnday. December 17. 1965 Fcur Sections Price, '.'.' BEHIND THE HOLIDAYS Chanuka: Feast Of Lights O ur Customs Today TJJA Sets $73,420,000 Goal for Year Ahead • fi MH -i. Ill da) i ion ol I I anuka i ill t><' lit %  uncbin the traditional Festival of the Lights the holiday see S< c i and on the holida) SAMUEL J. FOX customary for the • 0""f r 'c 'efrain from doing any JIN UADHIS HONOKID NEW YORK (JTA Tha !<>ui da; 28th annual national eon ference oi the United lewish Ap luded h<.e S laj with the adoption of a fund raisin goal 420.000 in 1966 and the un animous ret led oi ol Max M Fishei i" .i -• cond lent • %  l JA i bairman More than 2.500 MGf 73 C en i I hanuka If the} \ this la H that the women are the Chanuka celebra tbeil livewere BlSO .1! the miracle uved them II as it did the menfolk ihat t hi-practice parti •fl OUt the women be.i heroic act oi one of the lui 1; i .lew i^h bistor) that the enemy at .> n oat en o bet i rted I bat women refrain from .; skilled house ring '.lu tune when uka candles are burning m the o| portunit) oi < i .I. le I ha I i...i pened long a>:o I inmen have tin occasion i" <\ i i. v~ their jo> i)> the recitation %  i tbe Hal lei Psalms ol thanksgn ing which are recited ever) mornthe Chanuka week in thi .. i hi women are ea cused from discharging this obli gation since u is one which is pre eeipitated b) the occasion of a SD4 cial tune 'l hua, tin j • %  : %  giten the occa don ol experiencing joj while the andles are burning b) refraining their hOUS4 hold > MO. i II .also possible th.it having the worn en refrain f'om 'in Ir boust hold ebon durini the time when the i hanuka candles are burning la %  i • nt ;,.-hu". ing an oi iginal i< lire ol the ancient h*abbi< in a mi Continued on Page 7-A leadership of the IMS nationwide campaign In his acceptance address F'*h er Slid that, since the founding >f the Appeal in 1939. American Jews have raised SI.618.000.000 lor the programs of the UJA our most significant accomplishment." he noted, "was the resettling of Continued on Page 6 A MAX "SHER redeemed fo new term Eshkol Fee ling Good: Eves Return to Helm EQUALLY WITH CHRISTMAS \JCong Hits Chanuka ielebration in Schools Br Special Report H1A The \meil i hai '''I this and Clanuka •'.. public schools Suprenv ourt un • in the here • Philadt Iphia i presi %  aid in %  • ount.1 thai the Supreme < our! de prayer recitation ling in the public prohibited holiday *h ch turn the cUsa 1 hapel" Tha American Jewish Con gress leader praised the artion on Dec. 9 of Dr Carl A. New man. supervising principal of the Gateway Union School district in suburban Pittsburgh who notified teacheis that deroratons or paqcants depirtinq *he b'ih of Christ would conflict with Supreme Court ruling barring religious practices In the pub ic schools. \.it • scenes of I. n the put i -' hoo • Mai lolatt II II • %  Ol I i cbui ch-sl %  ation contained HI the First Amendmenl Thaj ai-o cause hurt and i m Continued on Page 9-A I r ; wiv lJ*l 0 Premier Levi r -h oi told reporters this ireefi Bi Raddasah Hospital where he has been under obw tion fin exhaustion since last Dec 4 that he feels well" and hopes to condode negotiations for for mation of I new coalition and to preaent a wide government m time The Premier told newsmen jok infly that his presence In the hospital v.:i%  fine foi not taking a vacation re-t three weekago at the Close Of the election camp ai^n in which his Mapai Avoda alignment slate won a resounding \ ictory. Golda Meir, SON ie! Envoy In Conference Meanwhile. Mrs. Golda Meir, the Foreign Minister, acting on tha Premier's behalf, called on Moshe Shapiro, the National Re Continued on Page 5-A WAR ESCALATION King Given Award BY a. Jewish I nit By Special Repc-t SEV > • i civil right: k adei i. Prize wiii i %  ii %  %  e spt e< ii ai nn Lower House Approves Delay i J T A I — Despite ntinK protests from inn i/ations, the Bunde •" DOOM of the West n Parllamant, adopted this a |,|| curtailing tbe 1966 %  wai budget v-tuch would defer %  sptn-.it,,,,, payments to s Urge U P f vicuaaj of Nazism. the jnaasan would postpone for >er paymeat of a $50,300.000 installment due durinc 19BB to those victims under a new law enacted only last May The af fected catrRory is comprised of l>ersecutees who were unable to file by the October. 1943 deadline in the original West German com pensation taw because they were then in Iron Curtain countries Tbe special Hay law set up a $300. 000.000 "hardship fund to com pensatc those victims The law provided that a total of $50,000,000 was to be paid out in each of the next two (rears, l^tHi and 19ti7 The Bundestag acted over protests also of the opposition $eciai Oowsecratk perty, one • &f 1 SJtaaan awwb r s, Alea Moeller. MM that Chanceller Ludwig Er Heed. w*e had s>ned the May law. "should have foreseen this matter" of budget troubles prior to the elections. The deputy told Parliament that the saving of money at the expense of the persecutees was "a politically and constitutionally doubtful Step." Jewish orgsnizations, particular Continued on Pace l-A SfN. jaVfTS lack ef -writ



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r t 6A %  >Jt*i§iMurk/inn Friday. December 17. 1965 UJA Sets $73,420,000 Goal for Needs Continued from Page 1-A 1 T:U>.000 Jews from lands of de> paii to lands of freedom, with l37:* 000 of that total given haven in Israel.'' He said the principal tasks confronting the UJA for 1966 w i re 1. A stepped up program to help Israel absorb 200,000 disadvantaged immigrants from North African and Asian countries settled in 21 new development towns established throughout Israel; 2 Large-scale aid to transport and settle an anticipated 55.000 Jewish immigrants from distressed areas of Europe. Ninth Africa and \-ia. in Israel and other land.of the frccworld; 3. Increased aid tor some 400.000 Jews in dire need in various Mos lem countries and in Europe Terming the UJA's 1966 goal of $73,420,000 as •seemingly enormous but, in li^ht of the needs, -till inadequate." Fisher told the dele "l-et u> use the goal as I stimulus toward a minimal target For the global needs we haw discussed here must remind US that, even if we reach the fioal. there will still be a tremendous distance to cover In performing ..11 the life-saving and life-renew ing tasks that remain unfulfilled Rabhi Herbert A Friedman who was reeltcted to innth year as I'JA executive Mce chairman, declared that the 1966 goal was based on a realistic appraisal of fund raising possibilities The $73,420. 000 MUgbl for 1966. he pointed "ut. is approximately 20 percent budgetary needs of UJA supported agencies, which total $116,685,000 \:tei noting that IMA supported ties overseas will lose $17, HARRY'S THRIFT SHOP 7530 NW 29th Avenue Off 75th St Phone 696-3870 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all your new or old furniture, linens, clothing, tools, household items, etc. OPEN EVfSr DAT INCLUDING SUNDAY C10SED WEDNESDAY 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of Reproduced ea f gend! Poorr C..li I Carry Serving Miami S WHILE T0U WAIT REPORTS \ CONTRACTS RENT FROM RYDER as Low as $7 per day e CHECK 0U* LOWE* KATIS for Week, Month, Long Term. • late Models and Siies to Meet Any Requirements. • LOW RATES INCLUDE Gasoline, Service, Insurance e 1600 NW 21st Terrace Miomi, Flo. Ph. 635-1371 e can MOW ton OIJAILS RYDER Truck Rental III! \N. -Ill-.S IV FT. UUMttAU \ WEST PALM RIACM 500.000 next year hecause of the end of annual allocations from German reparation funds. Rahhi Friedman reported that "it ap pears that, in 1965. UJA "ill re ceive Sti2.000.000 from the Ameri can Jewish community." "That sum." he said, "would represent •n iiKiea.-e of about S2.000.000 OVar the sums raised eaeh year b> the UJA for. the last lour years He then told the conference in 1906, the United Jewish Ap peal will come to the communities with a new and challenging proposal. We will point out that the authentic needs overseas are always many millions more than American .lews attain in then for Israel presented • 1966 budget which seeks $82,585,000 to help 388,000 persons. The 1966 budget of the Joint Distribution Committee seeks $28,780,000 to •id 413.180 persons. The remaining financial requirements of $5,320,000 include the needs of the New York Association for New Americans, and the United Hias Service, to aid 15,500 Jewish refugees emigrating to the U.S. and other countries outside of Israel, and national administrative expenditures. one of the highlights of the conference. a.s the banquet session Sunday night eummeinoratini; the I'lfllU'Irlniverslry of the 1 Allied vTc fund-raising efforts in lifi. these will total more than SI 16,000.000 lory in Europe and the liberation for all of the UJA's agencies. But Q f the survivors of the Nazi eon we will aas since we cannot t t nII aI1(1I1 ,. amps fisher who pw raise that full amount let us try to raise 20 percent or 25 per cent more than the S62.0O0.0O0 we raised in 1965. Let us work together and tr\ to raise ST3 420, OOO.' 1 Financial requirements for 1966 totaling $116,685,000 to aid 816,000 needy Jews in 30 countries throughout the world, including Israel, were presented to the conference by the top executives of the four UJA-supported agencies. The Jewish Agency aided at the dinner session at the New York Hilton Hotel attended b) more than 2.500 delegates and guests, presented gold medallions to three of the World Wa: II mill tarj chiefwim led Ihe Allied armies to victoo Foi n er Presi • Dwight Has id Eisenhower, General b! the Army of the United Stateand Supreme Commander Oi the Allied Kxpcnditiunary Force. Great Britain'Field Marshal, the Karl Alexander of Turnand lien Pierre Joseph Koenig, who was H B. NOVINSON, C. L. 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Gen Lucius D clay, former Commander In ( hie! ,,i i ii< i S Armed Forces In Eu rope, and Chief ol the fctlutarj Government in the Unerican Zone of Occupied German) Louis A. Pincus of Jerusalem, acting chairmen and treasurer of the Jew-sh Agency for Israel, told the delegates that "the most critical human problem we face in the coming year is to make substantial progress on true absorption — absorption in depth — for scores of thousands of Israel's newcomers who stall are socially and economically disadvanteged." He spoke at a luncheon session presided ovet by Oewey D. Stone, honorary chairman of UJA and chairman of the Jewish Agency far Israel. 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Friday. December 17. 1965 §t n i s t lUiHtnw Page for newspaper editorials. Ihs unhterary vernes ar* a true ecao of the carriers speech of the folk, filled with RuMiamsms and Hebraisms that arc thrown ,.t random into the Yiddish He is inclined to side uith the EnliKhteners. in opposition to both the W.iiuUUonuts and the Orthodox fanatics. Like the AlaaRilim. this extraordinary Wedding Bard preaches modernism, but not at the sacrifice of TudaiMiv A year later. 1881. RuasJaa Jewry has been struck 3 terrible blow Tsar Alexander II ha* (wen --mated and hisuccessor, Alexander in. reM .ils hmiself as a vicious .mil Semite There is an Ibreak of governmei; inspired pogroms m Kiev, :. 1 and elsewhere The rights whict •he ; :• \ m.ii ar had granted Ihe Jeware taken w..y from then J< i lo live and • I u dne •in i).. •'• %  • anting i vclth ••! wai ea ier than In th Jewish shtetl L'ni• I t all bul rotn '; • %  ntj J< iah l sit) of Kharkov m southern Russia, appalli im <>f events, bj Ihe i>" persecu'ions decidi lo abandon all thoughts <>f a | i n %  .1 i reer in Russia nd | i imt ad to rtine lo till the -"il then SJI i esert of i v rrtile Jewish homeland, even if it i eai i lick • ti malaria drinking dirt) wcll-v • ntl) repulsing marauding Arab Bedouin. Return to Zion n Iheir way over from Kharkov lo Palestine -r>*•* nt group Mopped over in Minsk pay ;ncir respects to Reb Bliakum Zunaer "You are %  Ung Jewish history," the beloved Wedding Bard them, and writes %  tong to commemorate the lion %  called "Shiva! Taton" — the Return to Zion — and sing* of Mother Kachel jmousW vtrlcoming back her long lost children The preHeTXlinn Zionist movement — called "Hibat Tsion." l-*ve of /.ion — the movement to establish Jewish < okHiies in Palestine, is born and this son* is its an them. Another song, which Zunaer writes a little later and which becomes even more popu lar and *nore significant in Jewish life is "In SoKe," or "In the Plow.' which spreads like wildfire throughout the Yiddish speaking Eastern En ropeThere Ztinscr hails the life of the farmer and strike* the note of • return to the soil on the par of Jews. IV" return to the soil was to take place w l only in Palestine, whose pioneers he blesses and calls 'the Zcrubabcls of our time" in the last verse, but also in the New World, in America, in Argentina and elsewhere, to which Russian Jews are now migrating in sreat masses to escape a tyrannical regime. Everybody is sinking "In Sokhe," -verywhere "Lovers of Zion" groups arc bi ing tounded and Zunser iasked to come ami aiog and stir up the people in Ix^half of this new movemec 1 in Jewish life. Zunser gladly consents, fni be sees In Zionism and Jewish s gri c ulUir e in Palestine and elsewhere the twin answer to the pi !i-ni H preserving Jewry and Judaism in the model n Fond of Song Tun. flies Th. year IN now 1890 and the place :. t ity, thi poll %  v .' rii Bnd : ilation nl Jew iah immigants on il arlier, the Wedding Bard I had coi to Amci • since I as afraid Ihe onties tmghl imprison him lor inciting the to seditious activities He has now writb n a • %  •.: r im Peddler In it he for the Jewish immigr. rts calls il begging, a disgrace befon our .-ti n neighbors I in, taking up the note %  i • exhorts Ihe p tricken Jewish imm :rants to turn to farn i 1 '. m Ihe East Side is singing Tsum %  ller i .en nese laundrymen there have <..> hi tune if not the wordEverybod) isinging tins awell as 'In Sokhe." bul few care to turn t" farming, even though the wealthy philanthropic Paron de HJrach of France has set aside a large sum of mooe) for Jewish agriculture colonization in the United states The peddlera and sweatshop workers who live in dark, dismal bugand rat infested tenements and who die before their appointed time — as Zunser sang in another immensely popular song of his. "Die (loldene Land" — are |usl psychologically incapable of seeing themselveas tillers of the soil. Only the grit and determination of small groups of idealists, in America as in Palestine is capable of turning Jews from their accustomed urban wavs to embrace a new and strange life in contact with Mother Earth. For this is the true meaning of heroism — that it wills to abandon the accustomed groove and embark upon the unfamiliar, the new. We now move forward to the year 1910, to a Continued on P*f U C HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS & CLIENTS Alexander*** AIRIM.MKS RK>T-A- AR Ph. 634 8585 2699 N.W. 42 AVE. LeJeune Rd., Miami HOLIDAY GREETINGS M. Glenn Tuttle • •trSINtSS INSUIANCI SPECIALIST • Phone 444-7416 444 9535 1800 CORAL WAY lltlTEI'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. ISO E. Flotjler Street rMONf Ft MM7 TO ALL — GREETINGS Miami Jai Alai Fronton 633-3201 "RICHARD DlCr* BERENSON And Associates HOLIDAY GREETINGS CENTRAL LIGHTING FIXTURES 12*07 N W 7th AVE. Miami MU 5-1514 TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA MacDONAI D'S IMPERIAL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE Phone MO 1-5831 5650 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI TC ALL GREETINGS BAC CONSTRUCTION. INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS 744 NW 72nd AVE. CA 6-1222 SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS Jc' Vittor L. Bused re HAPPY CHANUKA VINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS 836 W. 18th Street Hialeah, Fla. Ph. 887-9496 To IAN A Most Happy Chanuka HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL PEGGY'S BEAITY MLOlf, BVC 1637 Washington Avs. (at Lincoln Rd Miami Boach JE ••1665 A HAPPY CHANUKA CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc. C ommercial—Industrial—Air Conditioning— MMBJJ ALTERATIONS #nd REPAIRS 8508 S.W. 129th Tee., Perrino Cl 5-3616 Holiday Greetings To Our Many Customers HOOPER HOUSE. INC. D. Kaufman, President 6444 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Ph. 754-2251 HAPPY HOLIDAYS SAFWAY STEEL PRODUCTS, INC. HAPPY CHANUKA TO THE APARTMENT INDUSTRY MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN., INC. Eugene J. Weiss, President 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phene JE 1-0876 HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IMTTI A AJVIW* HOMf Of THF WIMHD HH0US CAPTAIN'S MACTW 7300 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .. GREETINGS... WAKKsKR CASKET l O WA Xl 286 N.E. 67th Street Vtmrnm PL 8-87IS CHANUKA GREETINGS CHAPLIN FLORIST 6600 Bistayne Blvd. Miami Ph. 758 3601 W • w**,^



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Page 14 B + Uif Ami-r wu in be uesl speakei Also slated on the program are Rev. Luther Pierce, executive director of he Greater Miami Council of Churches; Rev. Fr. Donald F. X. Connolly, of 'he Miami Diocese; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader of Young Israel of Greater Miami; Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-EI; and Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Caplan i president the (in'. • ical As iation Also taking part in the Thursdaj program were to be tie! P Tuniek. president <>t sk> I ake, and Mrs \heri En telman. -nit nt of the Sistei hood. WAUtS PIDGfON New Dining Room Mi Ben Cutlei ownei of Wolfie Restaurants has nounced the opening >f a di i on the I floor <>f the new 15-storj building now being ted across from the famous Wolfie landmark on Lincoln and Collins KM) Lincoln Rd I Sched uled f<>i a fall ol 19611 opening. Cutler stated thai the neu restau rant will feature "leisurelj din S l It has become the practice of many Jewish funeral homes to print advertising messages on the Shiva candle presented to the family of the departed. Edward Newman believes this is in poor taste... The Shiva candle is a significant part of a Jewish religious custom and is above commercialization. This is^flppther reason why the service and attention offered.by Newman Funeral Home is personalized ... not commercialized. NEWMAN FUNERAL HOME 1333 Dado B-lvd • Miami Beach JE 1-7677 EDWARD T. NEWMAN, Funeral Director Walter Pidgeon In Roosevelt Playhouse Debut Walter Pidgeon opens Tuesda> evening for I two week i i menl in Take Her, She's Mine directed bj Judith Abbotl and the first production oi the eight plaj winter season at Miami Beach's new Roosevelt Playhouse on At thur Godfrej Kii Penned bj Phoebe and Henrj Bphron, "Take Her. she'Mine' enjoyed a year's run on Broad way, debuting on December 21, 1961, making the Roosevelt open log exactb foui years later a kind of anniversary celebration, Pidgeon, one of Broadwaj and Hollywood's mosl distinguished ore. •-tarred m Take Her, She's Mine for a sell-out 12-week tour of the summer theatre circuil in in last year in Call ia i 'ritics and audiences land ed his portrayal ol an anxious do ting father who worries about what his daughter is up to at i fai off college in the corned) which glee full) recounts the phases of a and hei pai ents during her firsl years away home As the wise, imperturbable mother will IKMuriel Williams, recreating the rede sue played with Mr Pidgeon in his two prior i>rc> duct ion* Beth Bricked appears as the impulsive Mollie. collegiate a ect of her parentsolicitude, and Richard Lunam will %  seen as the truculent Harvard -indent Alex Loomis others featured in the large east include Donald Keyes, John Spencer, Kathleen Eric Marcia Straaaman, Beverlj Huh and Douglas Norwick Director Judith Abbott, daugh ter of the illustrious George lb ix'tt staged the national company production of 'Take Her. She's Mine, awell as a summer theatre companj starring ManConreid Carnival Open House Phi SieTna Tau Girls' Club will host a Carnival Open House at the YM and WIIA of Greatei Miami, 8500 SW Hth st on w. ,i nesdaj 7 30 p m There will be dai to a live hand ami refresh ments and games for teenagers CAPTAIN JIM'S BEST WISHES CLAM BOX TO OUR FRIENDS RESTAURANT AND CUSTOMERS AIL THE FISH YOU GINA CAMPO CAN EAT. $1.25 15100 Biscayne Blvd STORES N. Miami Beach CHANUKA GREETINGS FROM HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ANNA & AARON SAVRAN Who Are Back Operating STYLE RITE SAVRAN BAKERY OPTICAL MFG. UN 6-8982 CO., INC. 7423 Collins Avenue A HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS VENTURA-ASSAEL & CO RENEE DE PARIS. INC of Miami. Inc. French Jewelry 6608 COLLINS AVENUE Joe Ventura UN 5-7631 President ALADDIN RADIO SALES New Address. 1348 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach SALES RENTAL PHONE 5384861 HAPPY CHANUKA ALLEN ORIGINALS 928 N W. 7th AVENUE 374-4304 MR. AND MRS. BERNARD HAMERSMITH wish fo extend their sincerest Holiday greetings Ittj c I M sk c < %  ^V^/V^J/V^rV^/V^/ The Hebrew Academy Of Greater Miami Proudly Announces that HIS EXCELLENCY Avraham Harnian AMBASSADOR FROM THE STATE OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED STATES WILL SPEAK AT THE 18th Annual Scholarship Dinner of the Hebrew Academy JAN. 9. 1!)()(, DEAUVILLE HOTEL .„. MIAMI BEACH HONORING MR. AND MRS. HARRY GENET CELEBRATING 18th ANNIVERSARY OF ISRAEL AND THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY .. Principal DONATION ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS A COUPLE



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Friday. Dcerot>er 17. 1965 JrmistFkrHi r Page 13-A Synagogue Council in Award to King Continued from Pago 1 A emies of our soldiers and institution*." [>r King ipokfl at a dinner in tinWaldorf Astoria Hotel at which ( received the Judaism and World [Vice Award of the Synagogue lunciJ of America. Dr Kin was mored for "personal courage, re xHisible leadership and dedica|on to Prophetic ideals Kahhi Abraham Joshua ileschel. I >fes.sox of Jewish ethics and my* iaa .1 th>Jewish TJieoloKical ninarv. presented the award to Kint In hiaddress. Dr fCinj! de %  fed that "no responsible peace ^ %  iier lodaj advocate* turreoder, ilateral withilraual n crippling pneeasiona "To neaotiate i not to capitulate," he said, "but to evade negotiations so that more killings ind more territorial conquests :m enlarge our victory it not tartly a refusal to seek paths eymour Samet D : or Dedication of [ %  let .in organize! < rattta direetoi "f the l< • ormnui %  • B i i will re i in Miami ihii weekend to re Ive h".'i"i th< • %  where he fvt 12 pears of leadership in Ihe bf Human relal i \ human relations library, to presented to and housed with the Prof< ssional Lil of th • School Sj stem, ill dedicated ;tt 4 p m Sundaj the auditorium of the Undses >i>kinBuild i Established by contributions members of the American |tnh Committee and oih-r lade citiiens as a continuing |o timur ity idr project. the Ibrary will be named in honor i> Samet, who left his position \% executive director of AJCommttee here to join former Gov. LeRoy Collins and the Commoner Relations Service in Wash igton. ^1 he libra) v. ill feature a col Jimn of bonks, articles .mil l dicali on human relatioiu Professional Librae U leyer Brcwn EMORIAL Honorary President o Farbard Labor Zionist Order All Fork*** Memaers, •eole Ziwit. Pieaeer Women. ore asked to attend the Me atonal Meeting en WEDNESDAY, Dec. 22nd •t I Mart the Washington Federal Bank 1234 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Saeasered by BIAUK BRANCH •EN OUR 10* BRANCH IFBEMK[R BRANCH DAVID BUSS BRANCH IOUIS SECAl BRANCH ['OAU ZION AND PIONEER WOMEN Chairman, Moe Levin to peace but affirmatively to seek war. "When negotiations are possible, to avoid them is a polio of agfressiofi he asserted I>r King explained his concern with the \ let Nam issue l>> saying l believe then is no point in fighting for Integration of lunch counters if there can he no world in uhch to Integrate It is as imporative and argent to put an end to war and violence between na ] lions as it is to put an end to ra cial injustice He added "Equality with vhitea will hard l> wive the problems of either: wMtei or Negroes it .t EBhnsj equality in a society UBdei the (pell ol terror In J world doomed to extinction Dr Kin said tl al is .• ministi i ni the Gospel, "I am mandated b\ this calling above ever) othei dutj to seek peace among men ind to %  I" it ever in the face of hysteria and scorn "I have scathingly denounced the silence of good wh.te people in the South and have described ue in Miami Library on Sunday their fear to speak out on discrimination as ultimately more damaging and immoral than the open deeds of segregationists," ha stated. "If I could excoriate their silence in the presence of evil. I can not maintain my own Silence when a more terrible Bcourge afflicts the world When silence threatens to take the power of decision out of our hands and permits an intetisi nuation of hostilities, one looKs into biatorj for the courage to speak, even in an unpopular cause Dr. King cited the "ethical giants, those O10J! extraordinary men of history the Hebrew prophets. "Today," he said, "we particular!) need the Hebrew prophets because they taught that to love God as to lov.justice, that each human being has an inescapable •bl Ition (0 denounce evil where he saw it and to defj a ruler who commanded him to break the Cos enant |ir King recalled that the din ner marked the tenth anniversary ist to the day of the launching of the Montgomery bus boycott on Dec I, 1955 As a result of the boycott, he said, "non-violent, direct action emerged as a new concept of social charge and for ten years grew until it became the dominant method of the civil rights struggle. It is possible to sum up its meaning today." he declared. "In two simple sentences "Ten yean "f progress in the Smith hate resulted in fetter deaths than five davs of violence in I.os Anncles "The adherence to non-violence by Southern Negates has won major social and political victories with a minimum of bloodshed STANDER UNVEILING T • ; : m numcWf > DR. WILLIAM H. STANDER Sundoy, December 19th at 12 Mon :>. % %  .: : P Ledge 170 • : M .i vl Pa k \ \1 • Li %  UYMOt/t SAMU widely used b) teachers all ovei hade County, and the Human Re lations Labrarj will include foi classroom :w a collection of chil dren's books designed to eneour understanding of contcmpoi arj problems and commitment to efforts toward their solution Mis Mona Coe bead librarian of the professional facility, is ordinating the project together with other interested school and lat personnel Urs hai les Pinkelstein is presi lenl il the AJCommlttee lei % % %  i •• THE MARCHBEIN MARBINYS tenoi and sopi ana stai fornv l I Seals lera < p ting en ii i incerts idents In Voice n eperti c and i2 ir write P.O MS. M I tth, Pla .i \\ LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM THE SOUTHS ) V "1ST BEAUTIFUL J JEWISH CEMETFRV* j CutrmnttrS Peraefnel Core fend N.W. 25th ST at 103rd AVE. l TU 5-1689 MANUFACTURERS NATIONAL BANK OF H.ALEAH, FLORIDA William R Murray Forman J wviid Richard H Wiskeman, Jr Philip W Nichoison, Jr. President Vice Pros dent & CJ Vice President Assistant Cashier Flamingo Shopping Plaza Dial 885-4511 BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA HRIDGES METAL WORKS Steel Fabrication Ornamental Iron New Boat Trailers and Repairs Z. S. Bridges NOW AT 1066 E. 24th STREET HIALEAH Ph. 696-4802 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS MINIT PRINT PHOTO OFFSET and PHOTO COPY 1100 Ingraham Bldg. 709 Biscayne Bldg. 1401 Ainsley Bldg. Ph. 374-0696 Ph. 379-6128 Ph. 371-6960 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MONTGOMERY ELEVATOR CO. 180 N W 62nd STREET MIAMI, FLA Phone 758-2517 GREETINGS FROM DOMINICK'S T. V. SERVICE 4017 PRAIRIE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument BuiUert" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY Dec. 19, IMS Mf. Sinai Memorial Park MOUIE COOPER, 2 p.m. Ru(*>1: 8 U rni< 4 SEE WHAT YOU BUY DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct from the Manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's Only Jewish Monument Bui'rfrrs 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 40921 Phones HI 4 0922 IN TIMES • OF SORROW s* QPHOWBIS w: Vl£m expre* what word* innotl V ft NO SYMPVTHT FLOWERS A.MWHKAS MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 6354516 532-3341 CORAL CABLES 665 5423 HOLLYWOOD FT. LAUDERDALE 94 5 70 51 FR 1-7391 GELB MONUMENTS INC. Optn fverv Dor • Closed Sobbofh 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miaaii's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer American-Israeli Religious Store GRAND OPENING FOR CHANUKAH 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE l-772i 5 Schwartx REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supolv House far v*rr#bo.es, Hebrew t SonHoy Schools. 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Page 10-D *Jen ist tkridfaun Friday. December 17. 1965 BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA MIAMI PLAYWEAR MFG. CO., INC 4619 EAST 10th AVENUE Hialeah Phone MU 1-2051 To Our Many Friends and Pctrons Greetings HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT N.W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue THE BEST OF FOODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parking Dade County Commissioner and Mrs. HAROLD A. GREENE and Sons WISH ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS UNIVERSITY FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association OF CORAL GABLES SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 199 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES A COMPLETE LINf Of TRUCK AND TRAILER EQUIPMENT DeBoliac Truck Equipment Co., Inc. DISTRIBUTORS AND MANUFACTURERS 440 N.W. 29th STREET MIAMI, FLA. GREETINGS TO ALL HUOTEX EXPORT IMPORT COMPANY GENERAL IMPORTING 4 EXPORTING 4852 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 759-4211 Miami, Florida HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL ?CHUCK HALL TRAVEL 975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Gitter Bldg. Mja,mi Beach JE 1-1195 We ate closer to vow then you think! No heavy downtown traffic. No parking problems Drive across Julia Turtle (36 St.) Causeway, Consultant John E. Lenard, V.P. BEST WISHES JOHNNY RAFFA'S LOBO LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT Formerly BETTY'S JOHNNY RAFFA, Owner 1440 WSCAYNE aOULEVARD 9-6290 Menorah for Each Family Member Continued from Page 9-D Ha \i--mi Hao*. Tmir and that i.x iboul all. There is ample room for a liturgical service the pro duel <>f u Ame rica n pea, to en hance the worship ol individuals and groups Perhapa some ol theaa creations would some da) be accepted hy aU .lews, and thu> one mre worthy contribution contribution would )* %  added to the treasury of .Jewish pNjren Added Significance It i> .i well known fact that Chanuka has taken on I much star licnifiaancc in Amei than'll ever had m the paal Ihiloa tn many factors Partially IH'I auaa of its i>n>xiniit> to Chriat mas, We try to make Chanuka Wh i l Chanuka cannot ever become a major holiday like Passover or Yorn Kipnur. there is no reason why it should not gam in significance and meaning if Amei ican Jews feel that it speaks lo them more directly than it did to their ancestors Goodness knows we hase dropped enough traditions and weakened our an central heritage so much thai strengthening one aapncl of it cannot do any harm, and may do a greet deal of good Perhapa another reason for Chanuka'a popularity in the United States is that it portrays the Jew as a strong and brave hero A.'ter centuries of bom.: crushed under the heel of the oppressor, we like this "An Hen Canaan" image, and want to give it more pul>licit> and prom inence And alao, because in America wc pnre the value* thiit Chanuka lymboliae* religious freedom and independence, this State School Supt. Floyd T Christian (seated) who took office as State Superintendent of Public Instruction on Oct. 1. get* some advice from two of hi* predecessors. Thomas D. Bailey, (left) and Colin English, (nght). Christian succeeded Bailey, who retired recently after serving as Florida's top school man foe almost 17 years, trom 1949 to 1965. Bailey, in rum. had succeeded English, who served for 12 years, from 1937 to 1949. The trio of school leaders boast a total of 95 years in education. winti-r festival is looming larger in the panoply of Jewish feat I vela Whatever the reason t hanuka is one of the mint papulae ot Jewish holidays in America and there is U0 rrswn why we afseutd not encourage this. We do not want to emphasize the gift overly much we must rather attach in portanca la the spiritual side i f i hanuka, but in any case there i ajnpk room for expanding th %  holida) and adding to ita formal prayers and ilia wing on thiih ^ ISRAEL AlRLIsJES *7fC\W*7 "TIN '3TU ft 1602 Washington Ave Miami Beach, Florida JE 2-5441



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Page 12-D *knist>rkr*f#*r Friday. December 17. 1965 Variety Children's Hospital Volunteer of Valor Award is presented to Trustee Jerry Blank (center* by Banquet Chairman Robert Macht deft] as Dr. Irving Lehrman (right) congratulates the honoree. Variety Hospital Honors Blank fair chairman of the banquet waa Kobt-i't Macht. pn dd( it of .lor dan Mar>h of Florida Sume 500 local ciuc leader--, and fnenda oJ Vanat) ChiMraa'a Hoe pita! raid tribute to one of its eat ti usti • • on Not 29 at : %  DeauviUc Hotel. 'rrry Blank, president of NaI ooal Brand-, received the Volunteer of Valor Auard at tintesflr nonial dinner in recognition of %  • leadership in behalf of the lm1'ital and hirole in community afTire Co. Plans Service Center Norton Tire Company"* new rram plant at \YV 54th St and 27th Aw. uill contain 15 service bays and is exp-cted to be one of the bipeest anil most complete Ito le rvlce centers in Dade it> acconiins to an announcement l AJ week by Norton Paltot. president Plans nou in the making call • r blueprints to be ready within three weeks Construction should get under w u > In January, with a projected completion date for April 1966 The completely modern structure will be dcMtned to fit into the existing auto complex at the HUM dU which now includes sales rooms, a retread plant, tire warehouse, and administrative Principal address was delivered by Congressman Claude Pepper Other speakers includ ed William A. Taylor, executive director, and P. William Burke, president of Variety. Invocation adelivered by Dr. Irving I^hrman. spiritual leader of Temple Kmanu %  Chairman Macht lauded Blank •for his leadership and Interest In the welfare of his community, and his public service touching the Hves of peop'e of all races relit ions, and beliefs Lear School In New Location After SI >e.irs. the I-ear School. a landmark OB Miami Beach, has tianWerr.ii its operation to North Miami Th6 I.ear School is a full) • %  > credited college pre P •' ra I o r j nool and is recogniMd by the Florida Stati Department of Bdu i, the Florida Council of Independent Schools, and the Association of Independent Schools of S lutheastem Florida. The I-ear School includes all lea from kindergarten through tweltth. In its varied academic program Among the many national academic societies the Lear School b .i qualified member in tie National Honor Society for Junior High Schools, the National Honor Society for Senior High Schools, and the Future ScicnUsts of America. On Dec. 6. Richard K. I-ear. principal, welcomed his faculty and Students in their first assembly in the new location at 11211 Bia cayne Blvd. l.ear also announced that all applications for second semi star kindergarten were being processed, and that applications for all other grades would DC M cepted wherever and whenever capacity limits permit. ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! FURNITURE""AFPUANCfS' CLOTHING -"JEWflRV." etc. "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JtTFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PUZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET SENIOR CITIZENS!j_ l&e". e-ne-i over bS. ld eso.e'W) j •••••••••••• Join you' %  SfltM 'or 3 or 4 days o' pleasure and leisure sr*oard the newly r^odern./ed S S FLORIDA. Fitly of 2O0 outside. ti'* class staterooms reserved tor you on each cruise. 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JFnday. December 17, 1965 > knist fhridfinr Page 13-D United Jewish Appeal Honors Ten By Special Report NEW YORK — The top ton lead^> repiwntmi; wven major J<"Wcommunities outside <>f the lited States, participated in (Jailed Jewish tppeal'i 28th null national conference Ul the New York Milton Hotel last weekend The leaden art Baron Guy cte Rothschild, pres itent of the Konds Social Juif I nifi'. of France: Israel M. SieW, lionorary pres• I'tent of the Joint Palestine Ap|l'al. in the I'nited Kingdom. a m u • I Bronfman, national >reeklont of the Canadian Jew i Congrr>s. >r. Israel Goldstoin, world Chairman of the Keren llayc .dl.nited Israel Appeal, of ilTTIjaleni. %  >r At to* re Mayor, of Italy, Chairman of the Standing Con trence on European Jewish >rniminitv Services; Edoi J. Horwiti, president tii' South African Jewish >arti of Deputies >rio Faigen, fir^t \ ice pres tnt of the Delegation of Ar Itinian Jewish 11rc.iiii/at:on |u\IA>: imshid Kahfi, member of Iranian Parliament, repreatinj: the Jewish community |hjry ere joined >i\ Israel's BAMOS IOTHSCHHO Ambassador to the United State-. ivraham llarman. and Louis II 1'incus. of Jerusalem, acting chair nan of the Jewish A,cnc\ for Is rael With the exception of Canada and Creat Britain, each of the lewish communities represented at th" conference have been, as many ontinue to tie. greatl) aided by i .i \ funds since the end of World Aar II The} are just a traction of the number of Jewish communi Mein Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Asia which have eni fitted from CJA supported res cue, relief health, reconstruction and cultural programs Tlw Mo no rah as Symbol pontino*d from Paga 7-D ish atople The idea of religious light and political liberation shines forth from these ittle twitklini; < %  a n d I e s And the meosjrah itself u|*>ii which these candles rest reminds us tree of life, ot the lifethai should be guided by the moral teachings of the Torah is not to be weakened, tiered and eventually extin e DC idtht tally these lighted candles f the candlestick upon which rest recall to us our own emporarv Maccabee period fifteen and a half years ago ish heroic determination eved the liberation of the land of Israel and created the Third Jewish Commonwealth, the Republic of Israel, after a period of martyrdom unparalleled In Jewish history when six million Jews perished in Europe. On this Chanuka as we prepare to celebrate the lfith anniversary of the founding of the Jewish State and roestablishment of Jewish independence after near ly 19 centuries, the lighted menorah stands before us to hearten us once again in the faith that the Jewish people will not be ex tinguished as long as it will follow the light that was once kin died in the wilderness of Sinai by Moses, the messenger of God. The overseas loaders joined with 3.000 American Jewish leaders in commemorating the 20th anniversary of V-E Day by honoring three of the great generals who led the armies of the Allied Expeditionary Force to victory in World War II — General of the Army Dwight David Eisenhower; Great Britain's Field Marshal, The Earl Alexander of Tunis; and Gen. Pierre Joseph Koenig, commander %  in • chief of the Free French Forces. All are expected to attend. Man) of the nation's key Jewish leaders took leading roles in the work of the conference in ad lit I.>II to Max If, Fisher, of Detroit. CJA general chairman, they included Edward II M Warburg and William Koscnwald. both of New York. Joseph Meyerhotf. of Baltimore, and Dewey D stone. ol Boston, all honorary chairmen; Isadora Breslau, of Washington. DC. Israel D Fmk. Minneapolis, Edward Ginsberg, Cleveland. Mel vm Dubinsky, st Louis, David AF Commissions No. Miamian Jack II Cohen, son of Mr and Mrs Irving Cohen, of 11960 NF 19th Dr.. No Miami, has been com missioned a second lieutenant in the U S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland AFB. Tex I.t Cohen, selected for OTS through competitive examination, is being assigned to Homestead AFB, Fla.. for training and duty aa a finance officer. He becomes a member of the Continental Air ( ommand. which keeps units and individuals of the Air Reserve forces ready for emergency duty. / %  •WV-^WV -v\_^WVv^\^/^-\_^^v. & 6. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS i 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1 1363 WE INSTALL <-l \ss MIH I:VI:RY IM IIIMISI:! 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Friday. December 17. 1965 %  tmisffkr/f, ,r Paqe 7-C < said to have used a kind of television technique, the rabbi enaMinji the Emptror to "glimpse I far off places." But the K'amor of the Kmperor <-pi-ode was eclipsed by an even preater achievement, the crea lion of a Golem In biblical and m i s h n a i c Hebrew the word (ioloin has several connotations, an embryo, a mats of matter, thr antithesis of "wise." It was wide ) believed among Jews that it was possible to create a bomunculua superman by means of the Ineffable Name. Uie Tetra prammaton. the Shcin Hamefor ash According to rabbinic htei t ture. Ben Sra (the author of Kc I lesiasticu-i strove to create a Golan b> the use of the mystical Betar Yrzirah (the Book of Creation attributed to the Patriarch Abraham' But the task Mas too ureat (or him "Yo\T caTlfiot do i simile handed." he uas told. It was onl> when he enlisted the aid of the prophet Jeremiah that Ben Btn >ucceedl in forming • %  "ire Unoul Unity \. time weal on the KabbalisU more praficieiH in this nge art According to a d in the Talmud. Rabah had i Golem; Rabbi Uaninah BM : Osba > %  %  h fo r m ed i %  i i i % %  MTV Frida) the i ationalist, finds nothn .1 r |> rising in this MOD Haninah ami Oshayah iaed • i i tmbine the bj which the i iverea u.is created This is not wd fonbtdden magic for r< at ions of God were • into l>ing through His \.:ui'' AOMMIG (."I, u, < 11 ,iluu jl -i'..r Itiddk A it n li n Gabircl 1021 I author of Oth-r Mafkut, and Rabbi Sam %  el. father of the pietist Judah •ioehasiiil of Rengensburg, who ATtite s.'tri i haaudim lahkena/.mi and riephardim were for onto tail i bj a comn on i fforl i • I sixteenth centurj Elijah ( •. • Ira jollied the limited ranks >i th %  robot-misters Nor uas this in r rely a matter of academic Uahaai Zebi, Elijah's grandson, argeed th wlicihei a Golem could 1Hted to a tninyan. %  he Golem was not exactly a unique phenomenon i m o n | Jew** Yet no Golem could stand in with the Golem ><( the Maharal Although! we know little about the rabbi we know a great deal about the robot he HOUDAY GREETINGS PRINTING ARTS 1300 NW 29 Street THE TUTLER FAMILY Ml. 110 ClaUNT • f tae DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO. f -'ids Seasons Greetings to A" His Fr-ends and Pa'rons 460 W. 19th STREET Hialeah Phono TU 5-1454 H doy Greetings to All ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT rOMPAM 2701 N.W. 42nd Avenue PhotM NE 5 0421 Miami Fla. TO ALL GREETINGS ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST INC. 3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE ADVANCE TUBULAR STEEL SCAFFOLD Distributor COMPLETE STOCK OF SELF-LOCKING PANELS, BRACES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONCRETE SHORING, MASONRY, PAINTING, ALL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE WORK SALES RENTALS ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST, INC. 3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE Ph. 635 2408 1 w BIU> "i detail I come down in us about this prefabricated being Unlike his predeci o r s, the Maharal was neit er bj the urge to quer the unknown nor h> love ortune Direst m Maharal to this erate i It e as %  time i terrible i rsi ration for the • Vgain and again the inm o ii s blood lib) l accusation waa re\ |vi I every I asaot er Continued on Page 14-C CARNIVAL i;i,Tvi.\\h 16501 NE. 6th AVENUE, N MIAMI BEACH Dial 949-0181 Order Now for New Year's Patty Hots. Favors. Etc. CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY 605 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phono FR 1-8473 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS CENTRAL TAXI AROUND THE CLOCK SERVICE 1327-20th STREET Miami Beach Ph. 532-5555 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Industrial Equipment and Supplies '.' ?RAY HOWARD 420 N.W. 29th STREET Ph. 633-6981 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO THF. ENTIRE IEWISH COMMUNITY EDWARD RADUNS SOUTHERN MORTGAGE ASSOCIATES 1999 S.W. 27th AVENUE 445-1596 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS. PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES SPECTOR and SONS 'WE BUILD FLORIDA' 575 SW 22nd AVE. Phone 374-8401 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Al's Service Center EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS 1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365 GREETINGS JACK SWERDLIN CEMENT IIMM K IMll STK1ES -Specify C.B.I. Phone MO 1-7696 Immediate Delivery O. M. PUSHKIN CITY MANAGER OF MIAMI BEACH Extends Chanuka Greetings to All GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CONSOLIDATED REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone MU 1-6661 TO ALL GREETINGS WERNER KAHN PHOTOGRAPHER 923 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD Miami Beach JE 1-1872 Host Wishes for a Happy Chanuka UNIVERSAL BEAUTY SUPPLY CO. 2780 W FLAGLER STREET HI 4-8281 PEST WISHES POR A HAPPY CHANUKA PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO. 9265 S DIXIE HWY. Ph. MO 7-4461 Specialising in Acreage, Homes. Business Property in So. Dade



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Face 8-A +Jeist> fieridfrr) Friday. December 17. 195 ^D) Bonn Lower House Approves Delay ""consumers of champagne iplriti are listed directly gfti tunof Nazism Cor>tinu*d from Pag* 1 A I) • Conference on Jewish Mater i. aim\ gainst Germany, headc Dr Nahum iloldmann. deed the measure and threat i • to appeal against it to the W i (icrman Constitutional Court • bill n > goes to the BundM ra: if i tingle reading and ap i • l and then to President Lueb Kt >r sig] iture, which is autoJudge Barad To Talk Sunday V Band meet Miami Jewish nal Fund Council on Sunday e Fontainebleau Motel tro Judge Frederick v<. >e guest speaker at a ii.. l the Greater inatic It must then he -unod by Chancellor F.rhard. whose Cabinet sponsored it The bill will become law 14 daya atter it is published in the Official CJazette and then would presumably be subject to a court tesl Prior to Bundestag passage, i>i GoldmaiUl said in London he hoped that the deferment prow MOMS would be removed from the bill and expressed great indl %  > tion" ovei West German treatmenl of compensation "on the same !i.ws aan) other obli ;ation or promises to categories ol the Ger man population He emphasized that West Germany's compensation ham Bornstein, in announc i' .lud,.Band's appearance, that the meeting will honor ird S Iver, longtime JNF u er ; r hidedication and .•*• ce to the Jewish National E in general and for onginatII he Baal Shem I'm Forest par tie. rl> C'iginally designed as t 5,000t* forest. Silver launched the prc ( ect with 10,000 trees following his on-the-spot visit to Isr*: this year. The forest has b**n founded in memory of his pi -snts. !ver iread) to plant an ad dit ial I5iKK) trees.' Bornstein .)• tred Wednesday, "and he has t*: instrumental in securing is for 10.000 trees from per m Mexico, Switzerland and V i Beach • Baal Shem To\ Forest (lainhailed h> President Zalman SI .i. of Israel •• Sunda) nigh) program will le a Chanuka musical presen t. i b) Cantor Saul Breh, of Eh Kaphjel Congregation HOLIDAY GREETINGS BEE TV TV-Hi-Fi-Stereo COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE ALL MAKES ZENITH Authorized Service E ac'o-•-s.pervised Service J Buzz Us AT PI 4-0407 If N; i i Ph 758-7613 393 N.E. 79 ST. A-d .'. BEE at ii Service HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Superior f#ri/ (leaning. Inr. PLANT and OFFICES 3004 NE 2nd AVE. Miami fhoo. FR 3-0541 A Happy Chaunka to All S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I. Real Cstate Appraiser A Consultant 307 Ainsl.y Bldg. Phono 371-1639 nal indemnification law. passed last May had declared twice that compensation payments wen due immediately and that the law itself did not fully satisfy the legitimate claims of the victims and had % %  accepted h> Jewish reluctantl) on the assumption that the payments would be made Int mediate!) He also contended thai the measure conflicted with v tide Three of the Wesl constitution guannteel or acquired propel f. n [ht-< Final 1> he noted, sum a i Is < included in the • all groups receiving Governmenl menta so thai former Nazi Vid : suffei while ton u i N laws were based "on the recmsm-.. h fh c hl ernice wtmld Ml tion ol Germany's dut) to compensate the victims of Nazism at least ly, and to regard this as i moral obligation which has prior ity over an\ other financial obli gation He said that the Claims Conference planned a protest to the West German Government on a number of points. He said these included the fact that the special category of victims had already waited 20 years or more, that most of them were old and could hardly wait months, let alone years and that compensation was a debt of honor and not to be deferred. He noted that West German leaders had said repeatedly that compensation merited the highest priority. He pointed out also that the fi Karl Guenther Government press that the Cabinet and rejected the von Haae, tin 1 spokesman, said had considered Claims Confer eia-e protests that the measure was unconstitutional The Claims Conference also as serted, in Bonn, thai the curtail ment plan, il finall) adopted might affect old claimstill await inn adjudication The Claims Con ference said that there were more than 250.000 "old claimawaiting action which could !*• affected l>\ the proposed cuts in the Govern ment s 1966 and 19*17 budgets Budget cuts for 1966 and I9ti7 would hence "ilMVitabl) cut into both the old and new claims await m; processing M the argument that the claimants would not be deprived of their claims and that "only" 30 to 43 percent of the new claims might be deferred to future years. The Claims Conference said that many of the affected claimants might not live that long The Central Vw ~ m Germai \ Issued a statement the measure ul a| Kurt Gros esentative • •'. : termenl hardest a• the' md the .MOWof such He -aid failure to start UasUJ uayuieou ui la** would • • • i i lemn ,.ie b) Chancelloi El the final in demt %  prosed l he laims i : all those affe< led i>\ the proposed budget curtailment. isw The Israelis say lhat the Sheraton-Tel Av is their favorite hote Make it yours! For Insured Reservations at Guaranteed Rates see your Trave. Agent or call 377-0275. SheratonCe! ftvivHotel cf> Tl Aviv. I>iil Mr. Dino EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR The Claims that there was Conference said little consolation Maze ppa Very often in the theatrical world, an actress immortalizes the character she portrays, and vice versa. Julie Andrews will Always be Kliza Doolittle. Likewise, only one actress will be remembered as Mazeppa. Adah Isaacs Menken. Born in IMS, in a suburb of New Orleans, Adah was unusually precocious, especially in her fluency with foreign languages. In 1856, she met and married Alexander Menken. Through friends of his, she joined an amateur dramatic group in New Orleans. Soon after, she launched her professional career, one which was to make her the most famous actress of her decade. Adah's big break came when she landed the lead role in the play, Mazeppa. This part catapulted her to stardom. Whileplaying Mazeppa in California, during the <;..!d Rush days, she created as much stir as a ({old strike itself. Adah's su re —I MO! spread across the Atlantic. I/indon and Paris received her with open arms. Royalty even came to see Adah perform. Among her friends were Dickens. Dumas. Swinburne and other literary notabN Adah's interest in acting did not dim her genuine involvement with Judaism. Nothing could induce her to perform on Yom Kippur. 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Page 2-C Jt*lsMcrldlr>r Friday, December 17 1565 May the Happiness of This Festive Season of CHANUKA "The Feast of Candles" Gladden the Hearts of All Jewry O Convenient Offices Serve Dade County TO ALL GREETINGS BONACKER & LEIGH, INC Food Brokers MEMBERS NATKMAl F000 BtMtHrS ASSN "We Cover South Florida" 5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE Miami, Fla. HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL FLORIDA DIVISION Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.—United Benefit Life Ins. Phone 371-1441 805 Ainsley Building HAPPY CHANUKA KOSI \Fi;i II and \KVKI. • REAlTOtS 220-71st Street, Miami Beech Ph. 865-8575 HAPPY CHANUKA AND BEST WISHES TO ALL ALL-STATE* PI III IMIIV4. #'#. 1140 N.E. MIAMI COURT FR 3-7671 >EPH GREENflfRG Own We Extend lo All Our Sincere Best Wishes for Chanuka WILSON KOOI l\4. | o. 2421 N.W 27th AVENUE L. T. WILSON, Owner NE 3-3157 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS THOMAS D. O'MALLEY YOUR METRO COMMISSIONER GREETINGS AIX PI iron VVMTI/I\(, I OIKIV SANITIZING A DEODORIZING TRY OUR "HOME" SERVICE 137 N.W. 36th STREET Miami OH 751-3951 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS < OM.LKIt CLINIC PHARMACY 1633 N.W. 35th Street Conger Building PNOMI NI 54713 VAL DAYTON, Owner GKtniNcs r*o* insr mumoto CMC C10TMIS AT WOtKING Clll MICES ALMOST IfU MIOI'I'I COCKTAH GOWNS W. Ml Ur X~ en C*siMMl tmiii CASUAL WIAI 2723 $ W. 27th AVE. Ph HI. 3-3414 A Time of the Miraculous Lights Continued from Pao* 1-C the red fire, the green fire and the black fire through which vi •Jon Moses conceived the structure of that Candelabra. Do we know what the fourfold division is or the meaning of the sequence of its colors or what the colors themselves signify' Are the four fires correspondent to the four letters of the unpronounceable name' Are they correspondent to the four rivers that went forth from Paradise' Are they the four consecrated animals'' Are they ihe four arch angels Michael Gabriel. t'riel and Raphael' 1 Are ihey the lour worlds through which the Tree of 1 lie lirenchcs. Atsiluth. I'rnh VfMnk and. unallv \--iah Imperceptible Fablet N there any connection t.xeen these tour ind the -ul> -equent Talmudir leecnd <>( the four ho entered the i-orden the I'ardess. the Italihis Ban \m Hen /oma. Kllshn lien \tuyah and Akiha'.' For the most i>art we assign Mich matters to the MBMOMM hnnsl place of leeend. We put them in a l>ook. We dispose of them as imperceptible i.ihli primitive alSAILS REALTY, INC. Call Satis for Resales VA and FHA HOMES low Down Payment Mihly. nav'ipnrs loss than renij Av. Month's Rent is Dn. Pmt NO CLOSING COSTS '.\br Miami Bd. of Realtors 2701 N.W. 143r*. ST BUY—SELL—TRAOI North Dade PHONE 421-1433 Renowned Leeuwarden Synaqogue intenor buill Jewish community tounded in Holland in 16) ed in Israel. Carefully dismantled jiece by has been shipped to Israel and will qracc die erected in a children's village in Israel, the Ki i qoque in Munechi Women's Kfar Batya at Ra with no more I-*ws low in Leeuwarden as a the Nazi invasion, the synaqooue become the olory nnd the tragedy ol a neandectnv :• >h .-ommunity The reconstructed tyocK} rated on Oct. %  the Chief Rabbis of tjel. Ambassadors of the U.S. and the ','• President Zalman Shazar m nttendance lepKfcMtOM "lery of aesthetic M imaginary import. I'oettri-m* 'A* call them segments of elunct anthropology, but we accredit our unease to the natural unfamiliar*? that comes from the pn material tim< lietween M\V If these i nbvtnusly i thai GREETINGS J* W. EWALT KENNEL Racing a* &tscayne and Flagler Dog Tracks Miami, Florida TO ALL GREETINGS JAMES E. REARDON YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN 1541 N.E. 164th Street Ph. 945-6471 Mr. and Mrs. Alex P. Friedman And Daughter Joy Of FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY "South Beach's Favorite Bakery" 655 Washington Ave. JE 1-6173 Extend Best Wishes (or a Happy Chanuka To Their Customers and Friends GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY HAPPY CHANUKA CASTLEWOOD INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION and its Subsidiaries STATE LIQUOR STORES • MAR-TAB VENDWC its virton -.nil la nwereut Mr West, in • thU forfeit r cessation ol I Of cetirsc i g • •" I -artm*e s. ud :-rJ there seems I *l tmual asriei I lapses The I I oaMBHdy ii I iiabel and • mum the u Chanukc: G MIAMI U ^'NE ENGINEERS INC. 418 SW 2nd A.ENUE Telephone 373-6669 HAPPY CHAN &f roAUTOMATIC GAS SY REESfc 13090 N.W 7th Av MU 1-4438 Beet Wishes for A Hapf Chanuka mRfA* UFAI TV SWA** 7421 Coral Way W Ph. 221-6111



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Paqe 2-B > A H i# %  fir r Minn Friday, Dcembe, S/ New Health Center Will be Dedicated At Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday A new Health (enter will be of ficially dedicated in ceremonies Sunday afternoon at the Jewish ROOM foi the Aged. 151 NE 52nd St. The Center is a gift to the Home of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary of the Home at Douglas Gardens The entrance Residents Ix>ungc Mill be dedicated in honor of Mrs. Isidor Cohen, pioneer Miamian, w hose late husband wrote the first charter of the City of Miami. The original Jewish Home for Pinski School Oneg Shabbat Max B Astor. president of the David Pinski Folk School, announces a Jewish Hebrew literary and musical program will be offered by the school at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening at 842 Wa-hington Ave Guest artist will be A. Krashiniky, musical director of the Yiddi-h and Hebrew Schools in Montreal, Canada. i.ouis Laaavin will continue his lecture on "Epoch in Spain M*S. ISIDOK COM* Cedars Women Seek Volunteers A call for Lobby Shop volunteers at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital went out this week from Mrs Doran /inner, auxiliary presidenl Chairman of adult volunteers It the shop iMrs Irene Pink Mrs Leo Herman i^ auxiliary vice presidenl in charge of the Lobb> Shop Volunteers have a choice of a varietj of services in the hospital Those interested in clerical work can assist in the accounting office, the X K.i> Department, where lhe> record charts and file X Ra> plates, and in the patient library Other volunteers are needed to serve six days a week, from 9 am to 4:30 p.m.. at the Information Desk. a~ sales help in the Lobby Shop, and to assist with mail delivery and delivery' of flow en to patients Auxiliary volunteers also operate the patient's gift cart, the the Aged here had itStall through a bequest left to Mi< '> hen b> I clo-o friend, the late Adam Keis, who stipulated in his will that $10,000 be given to a worthy Jewish. Protestant and Catholic cause It was at a meeting in the Cohen home in 1940 that Jewish community leaders gathered to put the Keis bequest to work toward the establishment of what is today the nationally known Jiwi.-h Home for the Aged here Baron de Hindi Mayer, vice pre* ident of the Home and capital funds chairman, will pay tribute to Mrs Cohen at the Sundav cele oration. Another room in the new Health Center will be dedicated to MrSarah Greenherg. founder of the first Miami Beach Auxiliary Mrs Greenberg. together with her late husband. Mai Greenherg, played a vita] role in the improvement of the Home's first facility on SW 12th Ave Miami An active building contractor Mr Greenherg kept the facility in propei repair at hiown expense Mrs Louis Makov.sk>. program chairman for the Auxiliary, has planned a musical program for the dedication Sundaj MrLawrence Silverman, president of the Auxill ery, will present the invocation Mrs Sol Silverman. honorarj president, will give the message of welcome Irving Pietrack and his orchestra will perform, with Miss Rose Warren as soloM The event will als<> serve t" mark the 88th bnthdav celebration of Mrs Cohen Chanuka Festival Adath Yeshurut Musical entert Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood has slated a Chanuka party '"^rm^"^ MlMl Wit! traditional holiday delicacies ^ ^ w „, for Saturday at 9 %  m Bernard Falk %  "in. SUNSWEET PRUNES ...from SDNNY CALIFORNIA Gi youi lomily lh fiiiaat.. .tiM-ripmad and S-.pt: Trwr%  i*d" Sunw r>run. S*ald in a handy. rmorab> &f : saj and Malvd aqain in a loil wrapped bo to kp ihorr. | Rich in natural fruit nutrition and the natural way I ity C*rhlid Konha: and Parv*. FOR MFflf.S AND ODT-0? NfVACE NOSlIKl MRS. SASAH GBUNBIKG Young Israel Chanuka Fete Rabbi Arnold Richt.r education director, announced that on Sun at in a m some 2(H) children of the fir-t throuxh fifth grades of Young Israel of Greater Miami and Sunday School will perform in song, dance, plays and prayer as part of a Chanuka Festival cele bration Youth director is Lewis Hoodman President. Harry lx-rner. edu cation chairman. Milton Gottlieb, and Mrs Max Stern. PTA presi dent, announce that prizes will be given to students showing initiative and creativity in the handcrafting of Chanuka decorations What's the difference between vegetarian & strictly vegetarian? \% A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL We Are Proud To Announce That We Hove Been Appointed Distributor of Old Fashioned" Products KOSHER BLINTZES AND POTATO PANCAKES Cheese Potato Blueberry Cherry Apple FOR INFORMATION CALL Miami Presto Feed Products 531-6507 or 531-6481 Caterers For Hotels, Temples, etc., Pleas Call CJOlLlQO juicy OMJL CMLCIOUA! CORNED BEEF "TOD PURE BEEP tiHEto VEGETARIAN BEANS %  N TOMATO SAUCE 5 7 \Ss4/ x '/er/f r ~ ^HEHUCDLPimSUtf** This Kaahruth Supervision by prominent Orthodo* Rabbi: Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthjl and two steady Maahgichim WILNO KOSHER tVSUtf&KX ••>' SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEET • BOLOGNA MIAMI BRANCH: 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 'Kosher and parve, of course. 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Pare 4-A *Jeist> fk>ridli.iir Friday. December. 17. 1% T r ~ejewish Flor id ia n OFFICE Bad PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BE1-MA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Tt Jewinji FT>rlilfan dot*!* n<< ciiarantfe (h* Kaahrutb or taw m~J In li. colnmna. PubMhrd *vr>Frld.jr sine* 1S27 by ThJ-w'-IJ n..rldla* at 1*0 S E Sixth Str-rC Miami 1. r ITl.la Sfcond-Olaaa Poalaaa Pld at Miami, Florida Th. J.wnh Flor.d.an ha. ao.oroed the J *'* ""'V.A"? th. J.o.h W.ek.y. Member of the J'-) 1 T,, ''" h c A B .ncy. Seven Art. Feature Synd.cate. Wond-od. New. Serv.c. Nat.onal Editorial A..n.. American *•""• English.Je,.h N.w.pape... and th. Florida Pr... A.an. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area On. Year S 00 Thre. Year. S12.0O Out ot Town Upon Requ.it the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN Volume 38 Number 51 Friday. December 17. 1965 23 Kislev 5726 -.-. What Chamika Meam to Us Chanuka. the Festival of Liahts. will be launched with the first candle on Saturday evening. The event commemorates the ancient Jewish struggle for religious freedom from the tyrannical regime of the GraecoSyrian emperor Antiochus. See Sec. C end D>. As s-~> manv times throughout our past, alien forces descended upon the integrity of our traditional practice and sought to impose their beliefs upon the Jews. Determined to suppress Jewish mcr/.heism. in the yecrr 168 BCE. Antiochus ordered that the Temple in Jerusalem be used for pagan rites and that sacrifices be offered there to the Greek gods. Under the leadership ->f Judah Mcrcabeus the Jews rebelled and achieved a stunning military victory which culminated in the reconguermg of Jerusalem, the expulsion of the Syrians, and the cleansing ot the Temple. According to our history, all the oil ior the holy lamps of the Temple had been def.led by pagan worshipers. Only one untouched cruse of o>l was found, sealed and hidden away. The oil. which was enough to last for one day. miraculously burned tor eight days — a sufficient amount of time in which new, sanctified oil could be made. Hence, the Festival of Chanuka lasts lor eight days, with another candle added to the Menorah each night. The Hebrew word, Chanuka. means rededication. and the holiday aptly refers to the events following the stunning Maccabee victory and cleasing of the Temple, with its rededication to hallowed Jewish tradition. But Chanuka is also a symbol of man's first struggle against the dark forces of alien societies that repeatedly seek to impose their imprisoning will upon the free religious practice of others. In this sense, the festival suggests man's repeated rededication to the ideals of freedom The Cart Before the Horse The Synagogue Council ot America award to Dr. Martin Luther King is a two-sided coin. On the one hand, the Council, in many ways as it does, representing the spuitual conscience ^f ">ur nation's Jewsh community, has by thi3 award recognized one of the important leaders in our era of the civil rights movement. Certainly, the synagogue must be symbolic of human freedom, or else it symbolizes ethical and moral principles purely in the aostract. On the other hand. Dr. King is more than an important figure in the social revolution of our time. Because it is a revolution, it is a political and economic phenomenon; and Dr. King is as profoundly significant in these terms as in any other indeed, more so, or his leadership in the Negro rights movement would hardly be meaningful. Hence, it is up to organizations l'ke the Synagogue Council of America to determine if this is the area of identification which it aims to achieve. It is, of course, right and laudable that Dr. King be recognized for his contributions to human progress. But at a time when the American Jewish communi'v is faced by prob'.ams as profoundly importc:.: to its survival as those with which Dr. King wrestles, should n2t the Synagogue Council show as much interest in them as in the more tashicnable" civil rights arena? VW here mi two ore mutually exclusive, and v. e issue at all. Except too often it seems that while we pay lip-service to our own difficulties we are more then likely involved in the .Jita.is of others because we believe greater distinctions are attatched to them. Bonn Forgets Past The West German Parliament's action to defer payments to the victims of Nazism is an ominous sign of a new spirit that has slowly begun to reemerge in this nation. The excuse offered bv the Bonn government is that those responsible for the country's annual budaet have failed to take into account Germany's financial burdens and sagging balance sheet. Patently, the excuse is a falsehood Germany today is the wealthiest and most powerful land on the European continent. We must instead look increasingly to the restive signs of a renewed German nationalism. Persons of high influence in Bonn have moie and more taken to bridle under what they regard as then shackle to the past: the German people's respoflsib'litv for the unspeakable Hitler holocaust. It is a responsibility they Bonn's particular relationship to the Jew ish victims of the Third Reich and to Israel is one that increasingly reminds the country's power structure of this past. The decision to defer restitution payments suggests the by now uncontrollable desire to forget it. IN AN ac of develo %  cialuation. some during (he week r„r,:rrn';,;::,; directions While otru narrowing the snip, y talent to fractional ., expertise, these leaders have expaiuii horizons to embrace mil ies o' knowledge utnl ity. The physician ha> his case load to concentrate on one organ The attorney .1. in income taxes, condemnations, estates, or appeals The dent in his own r-teem as solely confined to extractions. But. more and more, these rabbis today are Bjmultaneou chologists, literary critics, politicians, economists and tions experts. This is not intended as a broadside affair • tire field. It rather singles out those who aim to project ., vision of themselves — who u*e their pulpits as a launch: extracurricular fame. Not all our spiritual leaders are motivated, while, it must be here clarified, that those MI! the newliiuce are victims of the behavior of their colt.-, patterns they must emulate Of else, they have perforce 'to diversify as a consequence of the pressure of their who demand !>"k reviews, political analysis and pttudoi treatment rather than religious experience A eesfl In |H>int iRahbi Roland H GiUelSOhn, who I newtUtionall) twice during the past two weeks <•< h | i. rent and somewhat startling w.i> On one oceaeios M>hn uathe subject ol a column bj Boris Smolai the J.-wi-h Telegraphic Agency who di-cu-sci the i k "Consecrated Unto Me publihed under th'. i nion of American Hebrew Congregations •:• -:• •:GtiT.WG DOWN TO THf fOIHI I N HIS ROLE |i sexol igisl according to Smolar. Ra' sddreasei him-'11 to pit in •' ~ii*i shal :.,,-%  >! life much n ire than some sex books foi themselves to relt< Whal sroakj practical!) I> ID ipi. tented m th.> u tales ins) ted in detail, with no words • Some oi the details ot -he bodily part ate more li >! ,: %  nancy, which are outlined sters in full iii In his rimaa political exi-ert Rabbi Glttelsohn I front i week latei thitime to protest ;i him of a Good G eminent Award bj the Crossup-Pisl \ : i Bostoi •• us of hi-sponsoi sh .; march in Washington protesting United States \ let Nam Tun.ing foi moment to religious C < %  • Gittelaohn defended himself b) insisting that he did in the protest march which, he said, occurred on .. delivered binuell of tinsmokescreen apologu !• Ihei to the point The claim that patriotism at all tinx critical acceptance of Governmenl policy is a charactci tator>lnp. not democracy, he declared TN( DOUBlf MOBAl SIAHOAUD % HIS IS. oi course, true No one can argue with Rabhi here Hut neither should he pretend bewilderment %  %  M American Legion t*>-t findhiobjection to the Viet Nam u Incompatible with what it believes are the principleoi • %  ward -tandin fact therefore, William Currta, eomn • .r of the Crossup-Pishon Post waacorrect in his Mew when %  that Rabbi Glttelsohn "has a rn-.ht to do what he jii-t ;i tnattei "f polic) We ire supporting thnatmr-.a; the American Legion, which has supported our United s tional policy Even if hardl) aliterar\ aone would hop,h.• to init inawen the Glttelsohn charge In kind Tl it ito ( %  expected, mans people who will criticize the \ "i sctioi d isti it asomething negat the organisation at large But the) will he the ver> ISM ived of the citation In the fir-t place, and hailed the Rabbi Gittelaohn to rr.-.-n.it asingularl) fitting Tinithe kind .if dOUl -'andard .t from those who over the >earan l perhai on the American .a trorthlass body, recalciti u I wayward in iti behavioi ittlunkiu.le in II p.ut at th.same luni •iu-i\' to th,. Legion's occasional support "i lewish lari ;, i,i %  tad |t^ equal!) with the Jewish Wai Veterans of the ISA -pn-cit Honor for Jabotinsky The establishment of scholarshios hon n ing the memory of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem certainly spoils the end of an era in the history of modern Israel. Founder of the Zionist-Revisionist movement. Jabotinsky died and lay buried in a cemetery in Long Island, N.Y., for manv years despite his last will and testament, which specifically requested that his remains be transferred to a new Jewish State on the occasion of its establishment. Despite the emergence of Israel in 1948. Jabotinsky's request was baned until March. 1964. when the Eshkol Government moved tc bring his remains to the country for reburial. The establishment of scholarships at Ho brew University to honor his memory now aoes a step further to bring Vladimir Jabotinsky s •roper focus in the pages o! mod Israel's history. THf lABftf NO tONGfff A *ABBI %  BABBI GITTELSOHN was Indeed choMvi tor tog l'o i Lei ion ,\w..; : other things, bacat ""itlonal chaplain of th..iwv Rut n.me .f threal!) obtains snj la i Foi surely, within the (ivme*jrerk principles, the legion had the nyht to withdraw th liittelMjhn and hl -upport. row seek ou' 'InOOver* ttie com in cnticL/in the action, hut they will be oeiibt noi ng th. po lihilit) 'hat the Legion showed greater im its behavior than the Rabbi displayed in hiown it would seen that Rabbi i.ittrisohn is after hc lad % %  ir upon the Legion some of his extended p.i-torat M-IIIIJ;, which he now viewin purel> political term* IVth.irewonder it is po-sihle to proscl\ti/e in the baekvard of a v.-t.-ranorganisation in suggesting that there I. nothing am in beui,; cnUcal of the I S poiiC) in Viet \am There >-. Ol >our-e. nothin*; unpatriotic in thi-i km 1 >' k:i (l> civil rlisobedtenea flagrant vlolatJ law. and ojH-n violence can not b %  \ called cnliciSBBJ U •'• •' on ino longer whi > n % %  in withdrawing the sward ih.mora Immediate considerafinn Rabbi Glttelsohn i i rabbi • in poBl ; 'alpll to take on the role oi N



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PcV December 17, 1965 > An 0*1' fk rrti tr Page 15.Stanford to Receive Roosevelt Award llsrael Bond Ambassador's Ball Dec. 26 Dag Stanford, pre ,1 imrrMty of Miami. UMd 10 receive thr ,-,,,lt Israel Human. | it was announced by u m Kri.msh. chairman of I Miami Israel Bond or U „ will be presented to M tht Ambassadors n Sund> evening. Dec. 24. at f eMMI Hotel. |tl racis>iatrt e* the prt *• Jv4ge Anthony J. brain. kMMT Onh*d *tetes t tjry •* Health, tdweation WaHara, p n—< %  < H him [icveiind hy Araham Marlirr* Anaiuahr to ,Umfd State*. i award will be conferred up.rd "for unfailing dedi, in the apirrt of Eleanor rwh the cause of human lam ."> for the presentation is dvfc leader Sam Blank, fee of the t'imel'sity of rho, with Mrs Blank, was pienl of Israels Mena'.'< m tit. \mba> v.id.ir of Israel and thtiovernor of Klonda. Dr Stanford usiird Israel at the behest of the American %  Palesline Christian Committee in 11*59 and has been a spokesman for the growing friendship of the I nited States and Israel. Or. Stanford was educated at Emory University, tho University ef Hid*lbrg, tho University of Denver and New York University. Ha came te the University of Miami as prosidant in 1M2. In 1963. Dr Stanford was the recipient of the Florida Region Anti-Defamation League Award, and in 1964 he received the award for the southeastern region. Blank has been named chairman of the Corps of Patrons for the 1965 Ambassador's Ball. In 1952. the second year of the Israel Bond drive. Blank served as co-chairman with Samuel Friedland. Carl Weinkle and Max Oro vitz. lie is also a founder and trustee of Mt Sinai Hospital and member of the Board of Directors of the l niversity of Miami. Last year he and Mrs Blank were recipients of the State of Is rael Medallion of Honor, present ed to them in recognition of then dedication to the cms* ol lsrai I through the years. Maurice N. Weinstein. of Charlotte. N. C. ha been elected to a three-year term as chairman of the B'nai B'rith International Council, succeeding Label A. Katz. of New Orleans. The Council coordinate* the organization's activities in 43 countries Wemste>in is a oast vice president of B'nai B'rith and tfte originator oi its aauit Jewish education program. Temple Judea Men's Club Temple Judea Mens Club will have a lather child dinner meet mon Tuesday 8:M p m.. in the temple Reception Hall Program will include .i corned) film Klein Hosts Youth Mimtay. Kabbi aiul Mrs Mau n. of 593W S\\ 12th St the i BY g r ou p of 1 .feretii Jacob at a H MNT in their home 'l' U> 6 ,• m. A HAPPY CHANUKA J OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS f hat ever ffce Sport—We furnish ffce Equipment mum THE HEART Of TOWN leadquarfers for All Sporting Equipment FR 4-3374 or FR 4-4712 215-217-219 IVE 2nd AVENUE N REAR WE DELIVER GREETINGS TO ALL LAMSON & TYRE ELECTRIC CO.. INC. ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL MAINTENANCE REPAIRS Ph. 667-1688 5523 S.W. 8th ST. Y CHANUKA '/ARY PLOTKIN Owners ICARPET MART 970 S.W. 8th Street Wholesale and Retail floor Coverings Phone FR 3-0574 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Friend* and Patrons W. J. F1CHT Ganaral Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD GREETINGS TO ALL J. E. ROSS THE FADEX CORPORATION OF AMERICA WIND* %  UNCONDITIONALLY GUARi D TO PROTECT A SUN D/ %  RBIDENTIAL-C "IAL 7790 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 751-2449 VI V\BERS r: ADE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GREETINGS H. (AMI'S ROOFING •o 1921 D INSURED ,6 N.W. 28th STREET • \M Phone 635-4920 Phone FR 4-7626 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA RAY WHEATLEY DON ROBINSON COCONUT GROVE'S THE COUNTRY STORE RESTAURANT 2880 Florida Ave., Coconut Grove, Miami Ph. 444-3045 AMERICAN EXPRESS DINERS CLUB AHAi: VN'UKA HOWARDS SUPER LIQUORS Lowest PTICPF B*?st Sorv Beach FREE DELIVERY IE 8 4445 Holiday Greetings Phone UN 6-0561 Richard J. Buck & Co. 1100 Kane Concourse — Bay Harbor fsland Miami Beach ARTHUR J. BROWN. Manager Members Nr.v York and American Stock Exchanges 515 Washington Avenue Miami Beach HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL DE CONNA ICE CREAM COMPANY 3292 N W 38th STREET Miami Ph 635-2421 DON DE CONNA Owner



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Peg 4-D Mewfaft Hcrklktr Friday. December 17, 1965 HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL FROM AMERICAN SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI BEACH SHtEPARD BROAD ZMj.r van of the BoarJ MORRIS M 3ROAD Presiden' 1655 WASHINGTON AVENUE JE 2-5566 Seasons Greetings from the Salons of Lillie Rubin and Miss Georgette TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA PARTY TRAYS and SPECIAL CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS CALL 945-7525 WOL 1 tie's 163rd PANTRY & RESTAURANT 1390 N.E. 163rd Sret, North Miami loach Open 7 Days a Week 7 AM to 2 A.M.-Sat to J A W TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS JONESEY ELECTRIC CO. SERVICE REPAIRS CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 2146 N.W. 36th STREET Ph. 634-0574 ROSE COOK of MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS Wishes A Very Happy New Year to All 7237 RED ROAD, So MIAMI PS 667-3193 BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Florida I pliolstcrv Supply f*. 814 N.E First Avenue Phonea: FR 9 3431-2 ART BR'JNS-ART SCHAFFFL Extend Holiday Greo!: .^s to Ail Our Friend-, ents KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC. OIK %  *< i nn 5501 N.W. 36th AVENUE Ph 635-3066 Ph. 635-6650 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL #,f tVI OF MIAMI, INC. 251 N.W. 25th STREET MIAMI HAEL STECKLOFF SEYMOUR HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL M III HOY I IMITI l> 841 WEST 17th STREET Hialaah Ph 837-3828 IR <\N. Preside I Cooking Corner Mildred G. Spe cial Recipes For The Chanuka Season O UR faith, our freedom, and the courage to fight for both of them this Ts the inspiring theme of Chanuka. based on the historic story of the Maccabees and the legend of Judith Today as in the past our people have many ways of displaying their gratitude for t iibieeatngs which Chanuka signifies, from ennobling sermons and inspiring plays to symbolic foods and children %  gamea Each in its own manner contribute* to the meaning the holiday has for ua It has frequently been aaid that being a acattered people was as much a boon to ui as a disaster Nut only did it permit a remnant to MlTVive when some of UI were overcome, but it has given us an outlook thai is worldwide in teope The variet) of customa with which the ditferent group* of our people celebrate eacb holidaj customs baaed on the vary ing lands in which the) lived, has added a richness to our celebrations which we could have achieved m no other way The foods traditional to Chanuka anno exception Whereas some of u.s may fed that the holiday is in complete witlniut latkes. others will be squall) certain that pa> A HAPPY CHANUKA Kern Awning Company 3520 N.W. 50th STREET Phono NE 5-2065 GREETINGS from VIM \. AGES 604 LINCOLN ROAD ELI LINIADO GREETINGS BILL TINDER GOLF PROFISSIONAI liltmere Count Ifiiani by Apptintmfnt ttmplett lime tf GoJf.'na fquipmr* Phone BillmM.' HI 6 0649 1210 ANASTASIA AVI. To Ail A Most I CHANUKA Eamgel'a >len*N Mi op 2201 PONCC Of LEON BlVO COfAl GASIES fs HI .'.-4 tries fried in deep fat are more lik. those eaten by the Mace a bet-s For some of us. Chanuka and roast giio.se are inseparable Others consider chicken, turkey, or capon prepared in a special festive manner a means of making the holiday memorable Our Chanuka menu this year is .i Mending of recipes prepared by our Jewish housewives in manylandTwo ditferent combination* are suggested for the mam course You ma) serve either roast gooee with buckwheat latkes and gOOM grav) or a must unusual t'hanuka treal chicken ">r capon Balkan style accompanied b) rice The remainder of the menu goes weM with either combination You will notice that the peas called for are the \ery tiny ones which are sometime! Iain-led petit pots Y 'ii COUld substitute the regular canned |*-as or the frozen H hit these very tiny peal have a rent flavoi which will add an extra goodnem t


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>-' • Friday. December 17. 1965 the recovery of Jewish freedom: WhM the Temple wa.s reriedicatf I. only a small jar of oil. enough to le?t only one day. wan *aid to h.ive been found unprofaned by thheather, this oil burned f>-r eigH days in the gokttn candle•tick in the >anctuary. until DM holy oil could be prepared From this is s.nd to bt denied the eiflM days of the (hanuka fhtied by the Romans under Titus in 70 < K.. 'he menorah waa rrproucad with other spoils if the Temple oh a relief of the Arch of Titus in Rome. This reprettent.it ion the earliest preserved and moot authentic of the sewn branched candlesticks, can ba •eel evtfl today in the Italian capit W* Offer Praise T%e sown briOChed candle %  tick in UM today in s>nauguev %  ill over the world i s an imitation oi the meinx ah that had booo ii-td in both Tituples while the Chanuka nu-norali with • eight lams •""' "* extra kindling li^ht tailed the SbaiDRtei laervantl iv a form of menorah used onrj during (Ml one \t-eek ol the Festival oi Lights The symbola which have been di >i„iiv<( on various menorahs throughoul the ages are oft— mvtnling of the particular beliefs and Miperslitions prevailing during certain era.Then ai. 150l CentUT) Italian ChatMlka +Jmisii HktiUn Page 7-D %  Mr.aadMrs. CLAUDE RtNSHAW wish their many friends a very happy CHANUKA Hcppy Chanuka Greetinq.s ATLAS METAL INDUSTRIES, INC. 259 W 23rd STRSfT HIALCAH, FIORIDA Ph. 888-3411 : A HAPPY CHANUKA and Mrs. Harry J. Som and lori Marsha I I A 1 I S T A T I leveitweett • Central lumrinct 350 Lincoln Road Bldg Mrnaniat MIAMI UACM A Happy Chanuka lo All WMJum OF MtAMi 2454 NW 5th AVENUE F* 35054 Jec^ Kamln % Leonard Coleman Howarj Margoluis £1 f^ife, —* t Three Jewish chaplains with U.S. Armed Forces in Vietnam meet at Nha Trang to arrange for Chanuka observances and distribution oi Chanuka giits and supplies shipped by National Jewish Welfare Board. Left to right are Chaplain (Maj.! Richard Dryer. Chaplain (Capt. I Harry Z. Schreiner and Chaplain iLt.) Robert Reiner. lamps that are decorated with tritons and centaurs, while later menorahs from Italy reveal only a bur n inlamp flanked with lions Old Russian and Polish specimens show the stages and tree of life motif in their panel decoration Oriental lamps, from Israel and neihbonii countries, frequently exhibit in their dec<> ration the crescent ami star. birds, tl>*hand amulet To this d.i> then, tile menorah remains the best-known Jewish 5ymbo| and its sitjnifieanee in Jewish life iure.it Particularly is thi* so during the eight-day Chanuka festival when throughmil the world in every Jewish home that is worthy to be callHOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL MAKE PROPERTIES, Etc Haro.d Serves Louis Alweis 1451 E. 10th AVE. Hialeah TU 5-3831 Best Wishes for A Happy Chanuka JACK SHAFFER ADVERTISING TYPOGRAPHY, INC. 626 NW 6th AVENUE Miami FR 3-7341 TO ALL GREETINGS JONES & SON, INC. HARDWARE "Thousands of Useful Items" 10525 S. DIXIE HIWAY KENDALL Pk 66I-7M6 ed Jewish, the lights are kindled in the evenings and the blessing* are recited over them. In America as everywhere else where thin joyous festival is Ce l ebrated its altar its heart is the rune-brsm-hed menorah whose candles are lighted, an additional light for each day of the festival Aa we kindle the Chanuka lighia we otfer praise to Cod for the miracles wToaghl by Him during the days when .ludaism was in dangec Of extinction by a pagan power, for the heroism displayed bj the Jewish annj in thoMdavs, for the solace He had thvietiv brought to the JewContinued en Pa9 13-D WAKEF1ELD TECHNOLOGICAL ENTERPRISES % COMPtfTB DRAFTING StRVlCE AH HaMs C*M Sat Drthimii 1 Dy r A Tear W Work Under Y#c' Suprvi.on AacnirtcTuaAi a INDUSTRIAL SCAU MODELS TKHNICAl IIUSI8ATIONS LATENT DRAWINGS "FOB INFORMATION CAll" 445-1148 If No Aniw.r Call 445-5003 262 Almeria Ave C.G. COMPLIMENTS OF NYLON EXTERMINATORS 2075 N.I. 2nd AVE. 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Manager FR 3-3147 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL %  \PAMIO TRAILER SALES USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED 135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084 TO All IfMMPI *f IIIHGS Mrs. I utlirr T. iiardinon ASSOCIATE C0NSTARU, DISTRICT NO. 3 GREETINGS TO ALL THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOOIISMALL, JR. 4W N.e. tJeth St. North Miami Phene Pt 4-0*15 HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS GARY-LILLY OF FLORIDA INC. 2901 N.W. 34th STREET Ph. 633-7494 M GREENWAID, Pres.dent HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL DADE RESTAURANT & REPAIR SHOP • r & Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Eq jipme"* 2319 N.W. 7th AVENUE FR 9-4127 Dorothy aod Ted Paitersoo. Owner*



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Page 10-B Jen 1st fhridliar Friday, December 17. 1985 i n .R it B c b (i 4 Beth David Congregation to Establish South Dade School and Cultural Center Beth David Congregation early need to serve the several hun this week voted to acquire a lite in the South Dade area for the • M;tWs*nieit of a permanent school facility and cultural center dred family members of the confutation who now live in South Heth Da\id currentlv maintains Max R Silver, president of Beth a Hebrew School in the area with la\id. said the action was taken an enrollment of several hundred n Sunday and prompted by the students m rented quarters Rabbi Seltzer To Conclude Series Rabbi Sanford Seltaas*, Mean • ve director ol the Southeast He .ion of the Union of American Hebrew t'ongre cations will con •. ludf :i five week liscusa on aaries n The Ecumen i e a 1 ouncil — Religious Liberty ad the Jew on Mondaj night at 1 empli Beth ShO lain Rabbi Seltzer, whn coordinates activities of Liberal and Reform .i n %  -. i e gatioi .: "ii J. out t h e South, will fol *bbi Selttrr >v Ca t h ol i< <>i>;il and I nitarian discuss the recentl) concluded Ee ii ,< : Council in R ibi Leon Ki Temple Shalom s| il the educal which n t" the public mid at t the wi Moi ,i> %  ons has i vceeded .ili e "Numerous inquiries have been received from unaffiliated families in South Dade and Kendall who show an interest in becoming Beth David members," Silver said. Plans for developing the new facility will incorporate a six-tettghUcksssriSM) building f<>r the Hebrew School and an auditorium and cultural center to be used for adult education and youth activities under Beth David sponorship in the area Site committee will be chaired by Heisehel Rosenthal. and in eludes Mendell Seiig, Lewis stern shem. Phillip Schiff, Seymour Friend. Martin Rhodes, Lea Aeren son, Walter Falk, Al Beer. Stanles Spieler Norman Sholk and Sam Puder Rabin Sol 1-andau i* spiritual leadei <>i Beth David Congregation Bikur Cholim Chanuka fete There will !>e .1 holida) season I hanuka part) al tinfirst 1 Dined meeting ol the Ladies tux iliarj ami Men's Club of the Jest iah Convalesci nt Honv f S >utfi Florida on Wednesday 7:80 i n it Hibiscus Lodgi 059 \ I Mi Jos* i h E l-.i -' i be hosts Best Wishes for a Happy Chanuka DAVE ROSNER OF THE STERLING HOTEL On The Ocean at 67th STREET TO ALL MY FRIENDS IN THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY I EXTEND MY SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR A C erit *s^/l*pt>i/ C— .li^iH / //-•.i w Did Fincher TO ALL GREETINGS HOWARD AYARES PLYMOUTH 5600 W. Flagler St. MO 6-8511 LOWEST PRICES ON THE Nf W PLYMOUTH AMD YaULANT We Give Expert Service on All Chrysler Products PLEASE COME IN TO SEE US %  uslni HV> thaal IS Meeting, lanquet, or You'll find complete facilities to exactly lathfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheheraiade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I HARKY SISKIN Emanu-EI Will Honor Sirlcin Harry Sirkui. founder and hon orai> life president ol Temple Emanu El. will he honored on the occasion <>i hit BOth birthday, an nouneed Max Boderman. president of the congregation and Dr lrv MIL; Ix'hrman. spiritual leader A special tnhute will *• ten dered Sirfcin at this week Frl daj evening service ;it 8:10 p.m Sirfcin has served Temple Emanu-EI for ovei -"> years ami at president from i!'4i' to IBS! Mi and his famil) have been active in e v e i j pha < %  ol the syna EOgue'i ities In ni ol Inport and dedica hall of the 11 pie .'' .in,xi Snkin Hall free Loan Association Greatei Miai Hebrcv I tton will hold lion if i eeting cted bj Presidt nl Isad SchuarU on Monday, H p.m., at El 500 su 17th \w for lnlormoni HAZa ALUSON JC 1-60*1 ItH SSI. Collins A HAPPY CHANUKA MR. AND MRS. MIKE FORER Mindi and Joe HOLIDAY GREETINGS To Our Many Friends Of Miami Beach ELI CRESPI'S leATKWAV IK UftfSI III 1650 NJ. 163rd STREET Ph. 945 5311 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami Biscayne Blvd. at N.E. first Street Ph. PR 3-4411 Happy Holidays to All Our Friends and Clients POBTCK SI;I;II vi O K I The House of Roses 916498 ALMER1A CORAL GABLES HI 4-0491 • %  :- %  i 111 Jv| MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Tney srs unequalled ht their profusion. '*§ They srs fts elLido's eattrlni staff They \%J srill messssuccessef any party...a 1 wtddmg... 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December 17. 1965 *•*/ fhrS-iiir Page 15-C irvelous Story of the Maccabees ioed from Pag* 13 C ii>cei. it took the Judsan x days to learn the use rr i i r t—guerilla warthm of motion" Howard it Allowing the enemy au>ne up to thai II uc know. weM Dl eava their rcliiiimi* Kor most subjiutatiil l.'.vir; ;ilivc was .411 If they preferred to oaja paata by aocefM • heir ennqiiernrs' I !• %  Ihifie of a -pittomorrow, who them Kor .lew* t" it .ueTA aiinc. Ii]ixi\isla'iiifor an .111-.1 poll pew freedan was ini.-tNo;\-d)ie and futile. the • ta of the Greeks, Tincht silljr. Hut the t>r freedom to do :t their • . nothing of I s Sherry mis Sherry Realtor tee for n muka to Ail fincoln Rd. Bldg. JE 8-5433 K3S TO ALL FROM %  JACK %  HERMAN •nd MORRIS PRODUCE -OMPANY. INC. N. W. 13th Avenuo rW T 4-4174 CHANUKA GREETINGS ALL METAL FABRICATIONS 22 I W 75th AVI. Miami *•• 666-3744 tt & JA *^ ZISMAN the mterruj>tion of trade rout. H o w e v e r. lets not w rite the Greeks off as stupid; they knew what they were doing. It was that abstraction again. A war fought by dedicated, committed fanatics for religioua freedom—the Greeks couldn't let that continue. The whole concept of freedom that little Judea was supporting was a notion that could not be allowed to survive for one single moment in the Greek world or in Greek thought. Judea wasn't fighting only for its own freedom, but for the right of all peopleto Be free and to ghra expression to that freedom, and righting with a ferocity and e\ altation that gave the whole terrible war the diflaenaiona of a morality play staged in the amphitheatre of heaven. These day*, ideas sometimes tend to become obscured by the fog of man's technocracy. I wonder what would happen if a Maccabee or two appeared on the scene tomorrow Would we rally round them" Or would we call them beatniks and arre-t them atrouble makers' I think I know how we would react. We would ask them to appear apart of a panel for the next organizational meeting Subject for discussion: freedom. Is it Worth Fighting 1 Story of the Creation Continued from Page 14-C YossHc w.,s 1 powerful tool, the untirins guardian of the Jews of Prkgajan Invisible Force Voaaala had superhuman strength He was a one man army and an invincible force About him there are a hoot of legendI'rirni I'urim to Passover Vossele knew n.> r.-t With uncanny -peed he patrolled the streets (in OM occasion he overpowered a i arter w tin w as tr\ in* to smuggle the corpse of a IMattel child into the Jewish quarter. On another occasion he saved a >oung Jewish girl from apontasy. It 1• related that he foiled I plot to |iotsnn manv .lewSo Yo--ele tarred Ida purpose nobly, and the time came when his task was complete on las Bomer. 1.V90. the Golem was reduced to a heap of dust, and his resting place the attic of the Altneu Shul. became forbidden ground. Thus it came about that the Maharul, whom his contemporariaa called the "Mentor of the D i a s po r,i and the 'I l-rael." is beat known to posterity as the "C re a t 0 r of the Golem." BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA illMi:it IIAIMPWI.V South Florida's Authorized DdiOwin Hiano aid Organ Dealer Also Fisher Stereo-Consoles 1845 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 371-8662 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Representative and Mrs. Robert L Shevin CKHJINGS 10 OIM MANY fKltNDS HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH, FLORIDA (Member of F.D.I C) "A tntnaly tank" NOW OPEN! THE DANIA PALACE OF JAI • ALAI • MAZEL TOV! Phone 945-4345 949-2424 U.S. No. 1, or A-No 1-A, Dania, Florida HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR. CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL GREETINGS SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS Incorporated "SERVICE TO YOU IS OUR PLEASURE" 6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE OX 6-4440 GREETINGS. .. WEBB CONSTRUCTION COMPANY .'.9 Help Build Greater '.' INDUSTRIAL SPECIALISTS 1300 NW 167th ST., Miami, Fla. 33169 Ph. 624-8484 Best A ishes to All Our r'rienris for n HODOV Cl si MISHAEL INCORPORATED 175 WEST 24th STREET, HIALEAH TU 8-4262 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS TES4 OTT I lOOtg COVERING 1439 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-3308 HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS FROM SPORTSMEN OF MIAMI, INC. 310 NW 26th STREET Ph. 633-8631 MAX AtCON, President VACATION LAND MODES, INC. 255 N W 5th STREET FR 3-4655 NORMAN ROTHSTEIN, President WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY CHAN' >T WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHAN"' MRMMMNE GARMENT, IXC. 2451 NW 5fh AVENUE Ph. 633-8318 SIMONE WINE President BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA AVIVA SPORT* CAMJMM 425 NW. 26th STREET Miami Ph. 633 8561 JACK RITTER. President HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL \iOH-lli,t\. I AT. MORENO SEWING MACHINE ATTACHMENTS 2247 N.W. 2nd AVENUE FR 1-3811 CARLO MORENO, President HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .11 III I II OF MIAMI. 1AT. 335 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. 635-9497 JAMES PINNA RICHARD SALOMON A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL HO\OlO SPRAY SERVICE ROOFS PRESSURE ClEANFOGUARANTEED ROOF COATINGS TH.E-GRAVH.-SIATE-ASBESTOS 99 NW 79th STREET Phone PI B-1S65



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Page&C k**i*h ftf^rtrH^r Friday. December 17 1965 SEASON'S GREETINGS CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED CALL FR 3-2191 For Dealer Merchandisei in Your Neighborhood 24 hour servSCE BLOCKS CUBES CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION F10R!DA DIVISION 931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191 Also Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale ATLAS TV CENTER INC. 736-71st STREET, Miami Beach Phones UN 6-7217-UN 6-5868 TELEVISION • RADIO • APPLIANCES SALES RENTALS SERVICE LEW GOODMAN and SOL WEXLER WISH ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA HAPPY CHANUKA JOHN T. SLATER CALL SLATER "THE REALTORREAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Ph. 759-2795 1697 NE 123rd Street North Miami TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Street BREAIFAST LUNCHEON DUMB Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Phono FR 4-4733 Chanuka Greetings to Oui Friends and Customers MRS. KINSER'S HOME STYLE FOODS 1698 W 8th AVENUE Hialeah Ph. 887-9459 GREETINGS... JOHN A LYDEN BflCKLER-LYllEN REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phono HI 4-6161 1300 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS CORP. • BUILDING MATERIALS ft 6865 NW 36th AVENUE Phono OX 1-9180 ro AU 04W rmiM>s ANO ACOUA/WTANCK MOST HAP? r HOLIDAYS MR. AND MRS. LOUIS SHAFKIN 1903 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON HUM %\ III II IH IIS "HUMAN BUILT MtAHS fTTM it/flT" 11101 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235 7811 Significant Era for Russian Jewry By PHILIP RUBIN r E yetf 1880 l.he place i Lithuania-Byelorussia." part I f the vast Tsarist Russian Empire. which includemost of the formerly independent Poland On the throne sits the Tsar Alexander II. who during ihc past nuartar-ceBtury. ever tinea ascensh •.. had u troduced liber., l reform*, .,„.. | h were the freeing of hi lerfi an I Lha % %  |.. my cl Ihe re Hi lloi • "which hu P*"< ,,... r ha : i n the five mill ..i.. -d ; ws of I I olds J ite sway. N ifi ha i ibly for Rust J< ( rj R i-.d ed distu %  % %  %  • salons. %  But I %  %  •' %  %  on Hi fai n a tray ol ay of lif< '' %  n and w • i • in i rder to en orao tl it n fuse adamantl) to introduce ini eitj ghetto %  -• > Christianit) Joys ol His Peopl* The ultra-orthodox masses, on the ether hand, even refused to send their children to Russianlanguage schools lest their offspring would "become Goyim", so that when a famous Lithuanian rabbi heard that his son was going to Gerrnanv to study medicine he "sat Shiva" for him. mourned him as dead. The "ala-skilim." or Knligh.eners. usu ally middle-clas* intellectuals, advocated a part way modernization — adopt some of the new way but adhere to the basic trawts of Judaism. la Minsk there lives a man by the name of Ejukum Zunser He is a singer at rich Jew ish wed:. ... i Lamport Sound Recoi Jewish Braille !: %  • I id of icct in New York recently Fhadman a trustee of the Lami* daticn. wfcei mad* th preser I hnlf cf the Foundation, and Mrs : Finke. president d the Jewish Brail lute. dines, a badihan the darling of th. aiBIM who literally lives his word* an •< knowi nothing EUafcum Baatehaa" — Mr Diatom ding Bard as he is fondly nicknamed ntimrar>le songs lie depicts rhc few joy nd 'he manny sorrow>.( his troubled people nthing escapes his eyes sod ears, whether H s and dowerie*. or an old father abandonbit children, or the arrival of the railroad ia {uia. or the prohJem of earning a livehhond •• what rxt His son** are parables, sermons. tu'VUtuMt GREETINGS TO ALL CHALLENGER MARINE CHRIS CRAFT BISCAYNE BOULEVARD at 133rd STREET 947-4472 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Dona'd Kaplan 129 N.E. 79th ST. Marvm Hav PL 1-8613 HAPPY CHANUKA TO AJ I MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC 460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables GENERAL CONTRACTORS Phone 661-3403 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS DADE REMOVAL SERVICE Serving the Mortuary Profession 2502 N.W. 103rd STREET Ph. 696-1452 C HANU KA GREETINGS TO ALL SA1AP MAMJf-JlURELADIES 'SPORTS^ 375 N.W 23rd STREET Ph 379-4612 Chanuka Greetnv: %  loan I lea nor* A l,aunlr> 13*10 N.W. 7* AVlfcUf NORTH MIAM Ph M MM MM Cl T.naw Season < ."-•• • ngt • Our ; I d PJ GUNN RADIO & TV R•pairs on All Ma Visit Oar New Location 1120 Lincoln Road Mall Miami Beach Phone IE 1-1932 IT IS OUR PLEA SF R\ OU AIJJI: ptltri i MIIVH i 299 NE 59th Terrace Phone ft 1-7622



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Pcrg Page loX fc*/c#< nrvHIW Friday, December 17 i% 5 Miraculous Continued from P* 3-C thereafter may decimate as a result, but then, on the other hand think of how good our chances of learning; the original mean ing of Chanuka will be They will be better than at any time since Sinai was lifted over our mutual heads and our utter destruction threatened at a stroke As for the getaway ship, by which the gomn will be gone measly Sputnik and her successors notwithstanding ... let us say this: for those who want the information, who want the tech niques to build it. so as to prop erlv connect Adamah and Levanah. let them go to Safed There are books there, somewhere in which the information is down to the last hair At any rate, rid >., your worldly worries Thej j r due entirely to thov Greek logistics. CWanst th* Temple in your braiand pr


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"aqe 14-A Jen ist* Fkridliar Friday. December 17. 1965 15651 Hebrew Academy to Dedicate Holy Ark Here Sunday Dedication of the Oron Kodesh i k) of tbe Greater Miami He < w Academ) < hapel and ;* n it meet ng on the 18th annual -iholarship dinnt'icommittee will iiure Sunday activities at the Academy. Mr and Mrs Charles Kalh. res] i • nts of Miami Beach for the past 20 years, have donated the new \vk which has been plated in the chapel. A member of the Acade board of directors, Kalh |j i Htireii Nen York furrier, who a charter member there ol i Bartcher Societj Mrs Kalb live worker for Hadassafa and herous i ther communal organiBoi al so takes an intei est in i livitk Rabbi Alexandei S Gross ..l and Louis Merwitzer, presi m will participate in the dedi tioi sei U es, a hich w iil follow in :i m brunch in the Max Sil I %  Hall Al the breakfast session, dinner chairman, Leonard Rosen, ill report on fina! plans for the scholarship dinner, scheduled for Jan. 9 at the Deauville Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet %  i ll be honored at the SI00 a couple function, which will provide full a"nd partial scholarships for a majority of the Academy's 500 students. Ticket sales during the week, %  nwhile, pushed past the 8 attend< d the dinnei. accordHARM AN TO SPEAK Avraham Harman, Israel's Ambassador to the United States wrtll IHthe principal speaker at the 18th annual scholarship dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Aead liny on .'an. 9 at the Deau ville Motel Announce merit of Ambassador Harman's acceptance was made bj general dinner chairman, Leonard Rosen, and Academy -uiint. Louis Metwftzcr The) noied the dinner will mark the 18th anniversary of both the state of Israel and ihe Mian i \'< *> &f "• to co chaii n en, J \ < 'antor J ami Joseph Cohen I! 1 Bin .ia>k S Poplck and Jai an as socii I %  %  i" 1 %  %  %  1 • % %  • MR AND MRS. KAtB \ I It v I. Pit Society in Meeting Florida Chapter of the Public Relations S tcietj of America held its uonthlj meeting Tuesday at Kalmondo's Restaurant The s| H cial Kuurmet dinner was arranged bj vice president of the local chap ter, Harold Gardner Menthan 40 members and wires ..Mended I ... II • 1 \ II': p. I : : • 1 1 Km. I :• li I .1 Ki< K Hi > I Iru In \l Hnr l> Mil M I Al\ \ Mtlll'l • I: tlm J 1 : %  11 1 r • Ir \ Ins Sli M \ %  •. %  Miwktl il 1 an ..%  • %  11 Mm \ \ • \\ \ %  w ... : /, GREEN BROOK CORP. R SOLOVCI, Pres.deot 1055 E. 16th STREET Hialeah HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL SHEET METAL ASSOCIATES 2463 NW 76th STREET OX 1 9172 SAM OLTCHICK, Pres. CHANUKA GREETINGS BEACH POODLES BOUTIQUE Expert Grooming $7.50 PI 4-1431 FREE PICKUP PET SUPPLIES PUPPIES MfcflE. 79th St. 'Where the Customer Is Always Right" Eden Roc Hotel BARBER SHOP A i r-Coodi t ioned No Waiting Manicuring '525 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach JOSEPH GUIDA, Manager To All Happy Holidays L & F. 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%  idav. December 17. 1965 Jen i s I Ik i Hi ?r Page 13-B ioonn lerntr Sam Wellian lawrtnce Gaulkim )orl Friedman /")ar *-/ / (itzwin Continued frm Prtctdmg Page two will Kive a reception in of ; tell son •••• %  • • Joinn Lamer Saner, daughter >>f Mr : MiHarry turner. 117(1 NW Si uilj become HaMit/vuh Saturday morniiTH services Dec ,• I. mpla Tift-Tcth 1-rael N'ano ian eighth trade .. %  Horace Mann Junior .{ %  butstandinf studi nl %  lafj shr K wen tarj ol ludaei V with Group at the Ii uill he held in the lAalt Mli'v-ip^ the lervices ^tf'tnee Caulk in srtri of Di an.l Mrt B Gaulkin. Ill NE I21sl Miami will celebrate hiBai ?i at K""*li. To: ah Coi Saturday, !•<• 1H peace K m eighth grade rtu • v tfi stiaosj Junioi HI b • ia member <>f the icrt \ u'l-i p'ion in hn honor will !*• held at tinDeauville Hotel on Sundav Sam Wollun Sam -"ii "i Wr ami Mis Hag bri-t Wotfaon. 2399 I'metre* Dn will be Bar Mrtsvan on Saturday morning, Dec 18. at Temple Beth Sholom Thr ii lebiartt is a student in the lt*-t h Sholom Confirmation Class Joel Friedman .in %  Andrew. ion <>f Mr and MrHii\• %  Knsdrian. Dl 7<>lo s\\ d St., II beco ne Bar Mitzvah al tervicei ;it Beih l\mid Congre nation mi Saturday Dae 18. U lei •. • ii h gfade student %  I Palmetto Junior High and hai Beth David Keli[loui Soh Dec remple Adath Veshui un S< otl iin Ihe eighth gradi John F Kenned) Junior High, he ia drummer in the school hard Hi* favorite sports are base ball and football, and he is an excellent student in the Hebrew School Following the service, Mr and Mil.ipmaii will yive a reception in honor of their son Carol Rhorlich Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Khorlich. 60W.I Stt 11th St. will l>e 15aMitzvah at Tempi. Zion during Friday evening sen ices Dec 17 The Khorlichwill host the Oneg Shabbat which will follow the sen Ices Carol is a ninth grade -Indent at West Miami Junior High and pla\ the guitar STARLIGHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC Of MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA fturing SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining Vttft the STARLIGHT LOUNGE for a breathtaking wkm Luis Maqa on Guitar No ( '••o Minin DOK\L the ocean at 48th Street, Miami BeaeM Reservations Required: JE 2-3600 DOG RACING EVERY NIGHT %  XCUPT tUNOAV new fab With Bora isx Great Aid for the Hoosewrfe • ht hMday* almost have a thousand and eeii th nju la attend to, .i| ift buj r pai t) plan and scheduling childn ties 0 much on their minds i A .. i ... i. N grateful don t hat >' tO W"! r\ -•'it their regular household %  ie Particularlv worn frei ••'•-akrr* who do then wash Fab with Borax fhere is nl dmibt In their rntlMs that their clotheare going to CO out holidaj i If >ou haven't discovered the i ol • %  Fab with Borax, try trj it -oon and tea the change Surprisingly, Fab with Borax costs no more than any lead detei ,'i t without Borax There's no reason wh> thiChanukl your w.i-h shouldn't be "holiday clean Look for new Fab in the brand Qew I %  I BJJ m %  • ^ ^ ThHU-q W1ND0USU Admission 5Cc CORAL TERRACE RESTAURANT AMD CAFE CARIBE YOURSELF FOR GREATNESS %  ia • CLAIRE BLOOM OSKAR WERNER THE SPY WHO CAME !N FROM THE COLD v S • • %  Premiere Pre Release Showing NOW PLAYING Ph 532-4451 PETER VMETCK ""lAMfe 5*tf)ktt)tu) Sheridan Continuous Sho* Daily 2 00 4 00 6 00 S 00 and 10 p rCoosevelt ^Icwiliousc i 770 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA Phone JE 3-0501 ON STAGE IN PERSON Miami Beach's Only Legitimate Theatre DEC 21 thru JAN. 2 Two Weeks WALTER PIDGEON IN • I I "Take Her. She's Mine JAN 4 thru JAN 16 Two Weeks TOM EWELL JOAN BENNETT ( "Never Too Late" JAN. 18 thru JAN 30 Two Weeks GERTRUDE BERG IN "Dear Me, the Sky Is Falling" i FEB 1 thru FEB 13 T*o Weeks CRAIG STEVENS ALEXIS SMITH; "Mary, Mary" \ FEB 15 th'u FE3. 23 Two Weeks MOLLY PICON IN "A Majority cf One" MARCH 1 thru MARCH 15 Two Weeks SHELLEY WINTERS IN "Born Yesterday" FINAL TWO PRODUCTIONS TO BE AHfiOUhtSM BOX OFFICE K0VV OPEN Phon 538-Q|ft] SEASON SUSSCRIPT'ONS STILL AVAHABJ^ A %  A ble Wk. + 6c mi. I RENTMCAR | D OES 301 23rd it.; MB. J '15 PHONE 532-5502



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jdcry. December 17, 1965 > k w si Ik t Hi tr Page 11 *. resident of National Reform Rabbinic !y to Address Beth Sholom 23rd Anniv. Lbbl Jacob i Weineteln, na ,.,i prcsidtnt <>f tha Central %  • of American Rabbis .1 M-niinn of rrdodi cation Fridaj >^"t aervlcea at L,|.i,. Betfa Sboton of Miami [ih Hii '' k appoint* a Hal I i Weinstein in the Presidi nl ommittee on Equal Employment Opportunitj Km • in i nal ional 1 1 cognition c to him with an appointment b> of Commerce Luthei llodges to 1 he B isiness Et hi< VI visorj Council later in the yeai lie hareo ived thi Immigrant Sei ice 1 1 ague Award and .< Dai u-l Burnham Award from H i i sell i Diversity and the < 'Ian RUSSIAN DENIES TOTAL NASSER SUPPORT Golda Meir and Red Envov Meet for Talks RABBI J4C0B WllNSltlN i., \ A ...i ,n recogniti l his distinguish) -i leader ship in metropolitan ('bica !< Continued from Page 1-A took thai •' and durii a i neral exchange o( views with Mrs Men on how to impi" %  I he Israel 5o\ let n 0} also com plained thai the Israeli press .i~ generalb hostile to the Soviet l nion .ii d ai Rued that the im rovemi :ii of relations depended also "ii Israel attitude lo\ ard questions vital to the USSR such as West German polic\ Political observers here were awaiting some indication from Moscow as to whether the Ambassador's joining in the exchange was simply one of ge • %  eralines or whether the Sovie"were actually seeking tn Improvement in relations. while, Shmuel Mikunia Uoshc Sneh, leaders ol the "m< i. ii. if Israel tiny Co munisl part). told a i leeting the cci 11al commilU tli' fc lion that there was i ."erj p> peel loi improved n Lationa rween Israel and MOM-OU The part) formally split 1 i thi Soviet Conunun • leadership gave its blessing to t Mikunis Sneh faction 'II ship FLORIDA'S FINEST FRUIT anywhere in the U.S.! 1/2 bushel OlOO p.tjorth! Your choice I ripened • %  • i to be nited Stai 8.95 10.35 te fruit %  ""*"*.*, t i n rv 'i Mint S ; %  ... • 1.35 B Cl ilways i •• '• 12 oz box 1 35 Assorted Creams lemon, maple raspberry lots m 13'.02 tx 1.50 D Nut Clusters choo coveted almomis cashews, filberts, peanuts. 1 2 Va o: 1.50 L Dixies, chocolate ny Farmei nastei 1 pound toe 1.85 F Assorted Miniatures, made with creamery butter, chocolate covered. 1 pound box. 1.95 FANNY FARMER CANDIES for the in. %  sweet-teeth on your list! XX n %  r MUU UNO PHONI OHD WIICOMI, TO PIA AN ORDER *£ *4tll Dnlinann Reach JA 4-2585. From Homestead, 238-1212. To call toll froo. Hollywood to Pompano Beacn. JM ^



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Page IS-A +Jm to t> thrkttor Friday. l^Cfarnbor 17. 1965 We/i 9 IOUS s er vices J his (A/eehend OrthodO. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber. T.rERETH .SRAPL •N ; .'s.M,,.n M. n-r-h • %  > eta* „ Conservativa. Rbbl Hanry :IS P • # Wern.ch L BI1KP icglfL OF MIAMI BEACH I ..,.,, m B.BI Sermon Rellslou* VOUNO I v | M.iui.l.iy V tti S.-rnvT, eervative Rabbi Alfred Waaman. Por AGUDATH ACHIM. Lf.nbirfl, H-.ei. S305 Coliin. Ave. Orthono. PrMaTJ I i' i, ii. .-..i .rl.iy I .-. m Mbp in • At-A VAT SHALOM CONGREGATION 005 SW 67th Ave Oortnoaoa Cantor Israel Kfrjhotr. rVfttay %  lft p.rn %  I H piaalier, .!• %  *( 1 ( ;...if< -r f..rnu i | \ int •n. v (leneral >>f MorMa Topic i M ..f Rurhti— • AGUDATH ISRAEL 780* Carij| Ava Orthodo" Rabbi laaac Ever • IETH DAVID 26^5 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor Wnliam W. Lipor> I >• 1 kltd t p.n >; %  • il • a*. ... \ ... -,,T % %  ; \ I a m liar UJ .,TI I Mr* Haxve) KriMinan Mm.ha I | .in • EETH EL V SW •-••* Uitnj. oca Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. .-••..• • m grrmon: Broahe-ra UeJ ol Mr and MP 1 • • EETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthooo> R.iBb. Berel Wein. i .. n s. ra BETH JACOB. 305 Waahmoton Ave O'thodox Rabbi Shrnaryahu T. Sv.irky Canter Maurlta Mamches. • Hal la) S.JO, a-aa Th MaaTirlf • i nl nlluro." a BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th AvaModern Traditional Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben.AN. • -. %  moa li. llfflntaS i ertj far All Mr and atra Sam i • %  .• i Mn l-'rtik • "ha .... Bal inla> 45 ., • rn ;. v K..I !,. %  t Praj or." BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION •330 W Dixie Hy Conservat ve Rabbi Richard Marcovitx. Cantor Seymour Htnkes i %  I %  .. .. %  .1 i • ii. %  r • i i • i i -i t • Wi a EE'M RAPHAEL 1548 Jefferson Ave Conservative C.i"tor Saul H. Breeh I '.,:., I Sn!.|...t I. rr I %  I i • | a IE'H TFILA-H ••ii Euclid Ave. Or:-c3o Rar-tv Joseph E. Rckovy • EE' TORAM -64th St and NE 11th a.Conaervativa Rahbi Mm Lipt tj Cantor Jacob Renier. i I CANDIELIGHTING TIME 23 Kislev — 5:13 pjn. %  %  • cli •' %  '" a CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml. AMI 1242 Waahmoton Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Roiencv.eig FLAGLTfT GRANlVeA 5C NW Slat I Pi. Conservative Rabbi David Ros•nfrlfl Cantor George Goidbera !••; i,!... • %  ." i m .-. rmi n L*l PI • • v, • Bar Mlta,.,i. i: .. son 1 4 all and Mn I a FT LAUDERDALE EVANUEL. 1801 S Andrews Ave Reform Rabb' Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement. — a FT LAUDERDALE JEWISH CENTER. S47 E. Oaaiand Park Blvd Conservative. Charles Dickson. president. Dr. Jack L Morns cantor — a HALLANDALE JEW SH CENTER 410 E Beach Blvd Rev. Paul Deutsch l Ida | I p.n • lr\ Inf Spex „_ %  ... •!.. Israel:t.i Vni. r. Miami '' Th< Je>a ,.l, I.. ,....-..,.H< lai Shabhal -• Mrs B< %  i Mra B Rtcb HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinatraa Or. Orthooox. Rabbi Alexander S Groas. dB j-r | .i ni ; III. VK. Mini :. — a HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI 1201 Johnson St Conservative Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Ychudah Hatlbraufi a HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER Stn St Homestead Conae'vative. a ISRAELI T E CENTER I17 SW 25th St. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L L Drarm Cantor Louis Cohan. I--Ida %  : • -:•• %  •-• %  • I •'!.• • -in %  \ %  .i %  %  .! l'..|.l. '. a JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE '532 Washington Ava Orthodox Rabbi Tiber H Stern rVrtl 11 .. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. a OHEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Wabarman Baturdaj • LB %  %  < %  IJajhl and l Ksrknaaa Mini ba %  P "' a SERHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. •* Collins Ava. Rev Cantor Sadi Nahmiaa. • Prlday I p.w Mm.iia aatnrlca Batur.i.ix • SO .. Be-rtnoi n Yi Itai Mlttvali Marco Mr ..nil Mrll.n alsUMl SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 10151 NE 19th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F. Caplan. i • ..n.i v r. p 111 Uaraaon .,-. -How a. .1 w h< n B^UurdsM* -* ra Serin. HI U.-t n • ni.-ni v r.;.--im. >!.; %  hit p m a TEMPLE AOATH VESHURUN Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St Miami Cardrni Rd Rabbi Samuel R Stone Cantor Maurice Neu. >. i n \ %  iri .k., Trip Around th v\ W Sal irda ir MMi..' 1 Mi Mra K %  m • h l.lpman N.I: Mai Hi Mi Mr.1. %  ,, %  William Pfcvtl — a TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 S Kerdall Dr.. So Miami Reform Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael Kyrr i v ''.I ,, t)l S. r'n.'li in N..U. I,., J. .. -i H.. .K Month and Trands In ronti -•i ThoualM Sal u 'L.. Haa Mmvah l^t III Mra i-• • Harrla Bat Mlu r.i.. .r.i. -..ii of Mra l'i... s-"ii a TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe i -. • Y .'i'h (Sroup s. • n i What Wi • %  on .Htsalil %  Ma M III.'li K %  it ..I. in a TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH ?S00 SW 120th St. Reconstr..ct'cnist Rabbi Morris Skop a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly. wood i72*> Monroe *t Conse-vative Rabbi Morton Malavaky Cantor Ernest Steiner. a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Case Ave Liberal Rabbi Leon Krnnish Cantor David Convser • W< %  %  • \ I v %  | • s' % % %  | %  tlon %  •! il**•• Ba M li il 1> nun N..H. r. li'Whl.i "f Mr MII.I Kl Harrj la-i %  YOUNG ISRAEL *0 NE 171st St T.ral. 1*43.44 Wash.nniaa Ave Orthodex. p.-r,i Ahraham s*rasfld I'll, rvrn* ... n at UM SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYESHCV The brothers strip Josc-ph snrl throw him into thm* unto Ui hretfc ren. that they stripped Joseph of his coat tCren. S7:W VAYESHEV — Jacob and his sons dwelt in the land 'f To naan M shepherds (( all his sons. Jacob loved JontM-h lv>t HH obvious favor.tism. and Josephs account of nil nrandw.se .lream*. protltireti hatred and jealousy among the brothers Junepo. s brothers sold the hated favorite to some. Ishmaelite aaa TTTlM a lH l. who look Joseph to Egypl with them There Potiphar. an officer of the Pharoah and captain ol higuard, bought Joseph as a alvra The RabMtl lad .|uickly rose to l position .if rcapooaibillt) In his masters houserrold. However. Joseph rejected the advances ol POtlphaV'l w-e. -she slandered him. and he was imprisoned Hut m priso n, too (.KI was with Joseph, and he won tna confidence ol the laiu-i. lie became known a> an interpreter "i dreamo bj cotroct lv reading the tigniflcance f the dreamo ol UM Phai • hul lei and baker when the) were his prison mates Thi recounting of tha Waekly Portion of rha Law • • %  tractad and baled upon "Tha Graphic History el the Jewioh Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Taamir, $1S Publisher it Shengoid, and the volume ii available at 11 William S New York 5, N.Y. President o* the aoeiety distributino the volt, it Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Bible Shows We Can Aspire to Greatness .-. 13rd St %  %  i %  KNESETH ISRAEL -; EuCIIO Ayr UMPLE B NAI SHOLOM tOM Orfh % '.ill t?J. „..••,. 28nd Awe. Conservative Rabbi S M. Abral ••• Seif Macfitei Canlu' Abraham Rl Kiidav • %  %  %  %  • %  %  : ... LLl ER MNVAN BOO Waatl i'J K : • Hebrew Lesson IM ~~"~Z -"---_•%  ~"J .*. .i TEMPLE BETH TOV BJ"^ Sv\ •" St Conservative Pacrii Ralph Z G* :rran %  • TEMPLE EMANL EL ton .> Co>..at .r Rabbi Ii Lahrman Cantor 2v. A i %  nc'nc? r|K .19? nriDj T\Z'mmtn •?! ^ if tea -icn ,0-iciD n^tna nizu na-pn) .D'ipnri urn •D^DO xinf ,'?iTi; r"DXP .j 1X3 n-:nt:J>nn piDKnn be* -ups-jpin np.^n. tfirp 12 ;|-,;3 irmnarj 0; i5n T^'TI np*o The amMtaMM^ Theatre of Haifa Not < very cMy accomplishes a city pU>ijoVs* a fia' a accomplishes trus Alth'iUL'ri Tlaifa is a port and industrial (•••*'. It cared much for cultural sBDOL Taw city invited writers, poets and players to live tiere and .ajBrt a municipal pU> house whieh is away the best in the country The plays of th? playhouse are of various types There are perf'. imances of "he best world drama, of Greek classics through modern stories, alongside original ——: fa -'" p3 m:n3 -r %  -%  •:" '•" r --i"^":~2 "••• icicn 71~inX TiiriKI ,T 1 ^31 1 TEMPLE JUOEA* J20 Palermo A> 'I I %  %  Liberal-Reform. Pabbi Morris Ki nx Dnxrnn D"vir\ ntina ri MPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. AMI -37 NE ••th St Reform Rabbi JO' rph R N.llCt I %  .^x-rr-'HXS r. nn -n per. r %  -t • > n s. I I...ill I |.i\\ T.. I .Us. r-\ |..t r. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramnn no-n W p-iDRPij: ^,x ZXZr !" Krlla> I 1". !> m liu'i.-wstsuh SabbaUi njp -i3D x^n .D-iun *mffr ^SS'-DZS? "" %  "310 .f"lX3 1333 DW3 1*7 TEMPLE NER TA*MIO" OOtb St and • • r 's' T.tum Waterway. Modern TradlV !" TT&& D^? 5 ? o 0 r"a U wVre b Kf,T n, L •' ><,v • ,, ( i i Krfclay l:M pin ILi. .vrwrm rx o^"33 r-ix 1 ? n-rn IM ^")133T ni -23 TEMPLE OR OVUT C on.^.„v, "'" L 07 SW 10th St.. Miami. Rabb. "173 MftVt HX D"X733 Q-3T •*•"•• t" rU c n,or """ fr ,dm tm.aj: "i"hanaka'i< "'.ame i,f L4aTlM VsaiurtUy -, a in Se rnw „, •, %  „,„,,,.„. ml*IK SurTendeT**" By RABBI DANIEL LOWRY Templa Sinai, North Miami Beach our Hebrew Bible contains bi il hical sketeh.-s ol in roeo ol .fit tunMUM. • • we "I'Lihl expect that these "• sonallI I re onlj the • ise onlj .nil 111 we h "t their i%  i 1 s I ses Th. |s • rlenl ', in fallibh li he shai faults he .. Invirtu In : ha Bible, heroi ive us the In centive to measure up t.i them What are tin characteristics ol a hero What determines leader ship qualities in a human (xiiii;'' 1 he answer to that question can be found in the personality of Joseph was vain boastful in his to read this week in the Sedrah Vayeshev. We are told that while I Joseph was vain boa'tfufl in his '; youth, he did have the ability to ; explain and clarify the meaning of *abhi kV y ::• the s. he • %  elevated to a poaitioi >t gni ... i iidi %  h< I ham ih n im loni tost are OM ..• ••* *, i ice "i : • % % % % %  trait to I -ni !• • Ifi IB> -...;,:,, rth-adi hud oha %  nh belt tre %  .. hero is %  t: apart wa to i fomitl ia Irs % %  for I %  •"•'. %  i than avenge h n self (or ha ppturaud klnda instead even aftajr kboii father Jacob had died JOM li s lifaj s typical '' hat the Bible tries u< impress up i. oti %  • : raara In ">. Uf< of Mv •anirliter Rabbi Landau Edits Book • 3 1? (jraVl* r*-i3s nna rrrraa) -1 • i • i I TEMPLE tINAI OF NORTH MIAMI Temporary office 1830 NE 104th St Refarm. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy Cantor Chat Gala. plays, like the well known play j PYldaV) i:. p.m Bertnoa A Ques. by I. L Peretz. "A night in the Old I'"•" ,'' H """J A feetlval paceam .' ., _.., i u I Will I •' !'"• I l.il .lil|l|,.l Market. and a play by V H. ,., ,,,.. tUcvmbtm Raturdao : l'.renei "Over the Boundries." and '^-r MJtsvma Carl son of Hi and ptoy. depleting modem life in ^JaW S Ereti Israel NE i^Tih i \lthough ,!i P iiaifa Theatre s TEMPLE TIFERETH JACO young" in years, it *as an honorary place in the coiin. y The In-st players of the country and from abroad perform there Youth and adults, and also many tourists, fill the hall every evening(Published by Bnfh Ivrith Olamith) -B. Mi E 4th Ave. Hialeah Conservative Rabbi Maurica Klein. r*rld .. i;,... a TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamara Ava Conaarvat.ve. Rabb. Maxwell Bar. oer Cantor Ben Dickson v 'im s. i Baoaj Ptarllon ol ih. \\ a TEMPLE ZION aOOO Miller Rd ConRabbi Sol landau, spiritual ; leader of Beth David ("ongrega-! tlon. is currently editrnt a book to be published next year, which con' tains some Of the sermons, interpretations and hifjhlijjhts of his father's rabbinic career which spanned two worlds as communal rabbi of Berlin. Germany, and as rabbi of Hias and Beth Israel of New York City Kabhi K/ekiel Landau, uho paaaed away recently, w:is the de seendant of a distinguished rah blnic anoaator, the chief rabbi of Prague in the 18th century The late Rabbi Landau spent a number of years in Prague and was awarded a PhD there from the Carolingian I'ruversity. which dates back prior to the ancient Heidelberg University The book is beinj; spon sored as a memorial volume by 'housando of his members, followers and friemls led hy a fraterasl organi lation which the Late Rabbi Un dau founded and guided f >r over a quarter of a century, the Jewish Friends Society. Thu fat' % %  href* I r COoperafi -. u 11J1 the i %  %  .-• Ml ami Rabeanice l AJ<, / ft Ann %  > *[> %  paarifi| hi M MAX uncivil •pi'iiuul ir^ilrr of B


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-cge 4 3 +Jenisi> ttu-kti.nr Friday. December 17 | > %  Mrs. Silverman Chairs Hostesses for Beth Shoiom 23rd Anniversary Fete Mrs Seymour Silverman presi dint of the Temple Beth Shoiom S -vi-hood. has been named chair of hostesses [or the 23rd an niversarj dinner dance of the con gregation Sunday night at the Americana Hotel. More than 400 peraotu ne exacted to attend the ?ala func Chantka Dinner Will Honor Mrs. Weger Beth El "irturhrnji IT 1 contiatv ...n announce the sellout of its ( hanuka dinner on Sunday eveninc honoring Mrs A Sol Wei er "for her yean devotion t o Sisterhood and congregation Chairman 0 f t h e dinner is Mrs Max Rappa l"irt. and her nmittee are Mrs Jack Sha piro. Mrs Solo tion. for which dress is optional. according to dinner chairman. James Albert and arrangements chairman. James Knopke A ("hanuka thc.ne Will prevail at the dinner dance, at which Crusty Dry bread and his 10-piece or chestra will perform Dinner is scheduled for 7:30 p.m following Freedom Chapter Meeting Freedom Chapter of R'nai B'rith Women was to hold its regular i meeting and brunch on Inursday. 11 a.m. in the Cafe Francais at Wfie* Harbor^louse 'South. 1027^ Collins A\e in charge of reaei vations is Mrs Harry Lipaitl Mrs Bernard Austen is chairman of program Mrs Howard Put km is president Mrs. Weger mon Schiff, Mrs I. M SM _..I Mrs Fannj Klein and Mrs Rubin Blaustein Master ol ceremonies will be loaeph Nevel Hyman Chabner, congregation president, Mrs Jack Shapira Sisterhood president, and hi Solomon Schiff will .-peak \ brie! biography of Mrs Weg ei ill tx' given by Mrs Solomon ff. nh music bj Roj nine: Beth Moshe Family Dinner Reservations must (> %  made in ance for the ('hanuka famil) tr served b) Beth Moshe Sisterhood on Sunday from 4 30 to 7pm Hostesses for the koahei meal i Decembei Circle Hannah and Febi uary Circle Deborah Chairman of the affaii is Mrs i. ert Harris Camp Judaea Reunion Set Annual Camp Judaea rail) and reunion ischeduled foi Sundaj afternoon at the Surfside Com munity Center on Collins Ave. Surfside. beginning at p rn Camp Judaea located in Hend ersonville, N C is sponsored bj Hadassah and the Zionist Organ! zation of Amei ica The rally will be an opportunit) foi the more than ISO Camp Judaeans from the Miami arei renew old friendships and meet with the camp director Frank Far benbloom, who will ixcoming in from Atlanta for the meeting Featured at the get together will be "lull's of last seas i p to gether with the < amp Ju ord ol Israeli f"lk music recorded live at Camp Camp Judaea, offerlni %  > pro ol positive Jewish living, i opened to campers from fourth through tenth grades With enroll ment limited to I8u campers |-i season the emphasis m the pro gram is placed on decentralized : amming MORRIS t RUTH URNER Catering for All Occasions HARRY ZUCKERMAN Established in 7945 FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. Jf 1-3987 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH J^esfaurant VOW OPES 7 DAYS A WEEK a one hour cocktail reception at which a three piece hand will pla> Hostesses who will serve with Mis Silverman include the Mea dames Jack A Abbott, 'anus M Albert, Sidnej l> Anain, Joseph I. Arkin. Norman Arkin. Joseph Ash S a m U e 1 Iscckerman. Shepard Broad, Jonas Hrotman. Jack A Cantor. Marvin Cooper. Harry Din nerstem. Meyer Don. Me>er Egg natz. 1*011 J Ell. Aaron Farr Also serving as nostcsses are the Mesdames Abe C Fine. Jack M Fink. Myer Friedman. Fli/abeth Goodman. Paul R Gordon. Harry Greenberg. Harold Granoff. Thorn as Gerard. Isadore B Hecht. Frank Kamen. Irving B Kaplan. James S Knopke. Harvey E. Kramer. Inez M Krensky, I-eon Kronish. Eli KaUin. LtO LeviO. Sanford LeviM Bennett Lea Also the Mesdames Alex Levin SOD, Stanley LtvinSOO, Morns Lipp Alvm B lowe. Michael Mersel Howard B Miller, MOITJ Morris Maurv Olinick, Samuel Ontt. Jo seph Pardo Philip Postelnek, Aai on M Reder, Benjamin Rimer \l exander Robbina, Irving Roth: Alexander Rubin, Norman Russ Jack Sandier. Philip Schlissel And the Mesdames Stanle\ S. lohn Serbin Jack B Shapiro Syl .]., Silvers Harrj B Smith. Louis K Snetman J Bernard Spectoi Samuel Stem. Martin Steinei Ralph Spero Jack W agi i Sa than Waldman Simon Wolfl Hai r> Wolk and Harold Zinn Synagogue Slates Chanuka Lunch The Jacob < Cohen S\i Sisterhood I hanuka Festival lunch eon will %  held in the Deauville Hotel on Sundaj m Mrs George Simon, president and her committee members M i \nn.i Platt, Sot hii Sa> ille. J M ph Gerstein, Abe Dlatt and \1 (red Liebei are preparing %  I > cantor Usher Doppolt and Michl Gibson Members of the Sisterhood will present a skit ol tin' chanuka candlelighting >• • mon) Rabbi Tiber H Stem spiritual leader, will addles, the gathering KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART HUNS. (• 0mi II. It \ I I ItltO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN V T I 10 P.M DAILY 7371 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phoe NE 3-949* ALL PARTY NEEDS Punch Bowls Glassware Dishes Silverware ^\ Tables iA^ Chairs 10 > %  ^— \"^/ l I > %  ONE CALL RENTS IT ALL COMPLETE RENTAL SERVICE CALL 666-3337 lUutidRent-i 9700 J 01X11 HWT I Mil* i o* Dadv'nrd on U I Looking over plans for Temple Beth Sholom's 23rd am... sary dinner "dance to be held'Suhtkiy evettinq. Dec. 19, a! t; Americana Holel aie !leit to riant Mrs. Leo Levin. Rabbi Lee Kronish. James Knopke. Mrs. Louis Snetman and Mrs. Smour Si'.vorrr.an. Knopke is dinner arranaements chairm i Mrs. Silverman is president of the Beth Shoiom Sis-, and Mrs. Levin and Mrs. Snetman are past presidents Islander Chapter Meeting Tuesday meeting <>f Islandei memben will (* %  aatertati ci Uim.il,.> Anieruan (RT Stank) BoattajFMl *aax>r, *-. will IKlu!.I on Tiaaada) noon at panted bj lira <>lt* luiwr ihe Bones PUu H '•*•' ^*i*n U ae •.:'., ; .. qandleligblins aervtoe, chairman. KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE Phone JE 2-1671 •REOPENING TONIGHT, DEC. 17 AT 4:30 • KRffcfLf rj %  KISHKI • MATZOBALIS • '"• y\j .•> t .. • 5T| % %  • %  • %  •OPS • CH • COMPLIMENTARY BEER OR WINE SERVED WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service /Modern Decor ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO RESTAURANT 731 Washington Ave. g^ JE 8-5401 (lemmnl Cmluimt It Bmr Mittvhs, Wtiuiaqt, mm4 mil Smtiml F— Ct i—I SAND-ELL Catering At Its Best 1216 NORMANDY DRIVE. NORMANDY ISLE Order Your Turkeys and Trays for Your Holiday Porfies! 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Friday. December 17. 1965 > knisf FkwidUnir Page 9-A Tifereth Jacob Festivity • i 'lunuka Fridaj !>••<• 24. ai 8:18 p.m., Sisterhood -f Temple rifereth Jacob *iil present a Iran if a living I 'hanuka .!> norah imdei the direction of ;v.*t• r>i Maurice Klein rh( —mhri will par icips Mrs Mimi Klein, Sisterhood id • Mrs K;i> Lingaton, Mrs Harriet Klingei Mrs Harriet m, Mrs Evelyn Sllvenssan, MiThelma Wilco, Mrs Sydel Lev itch Mi 1 ran Vi -.man and Mrs \ icki Mi I Si • the religious schools enting ap liturg) m mi BI II i Isaac Maya. Sunn) 9UMH \ v n i Gross Rabbi Maurice Klein will speak on "The Dialogue of candle* in the Living Menorah Strongest in the Pain-Reliever Doctors Recommend Most for HEADACHE PAIN Ann.-m" is strongest in the | ommend most t's why Ai • • %  ... pain A. I \, ;„ %  .„ acts fast I" mil il ptn ii gee a nervou tei %  fen and depn 1 See if Anacin Tablets with tav i -in... th. | tie actioi !%  ••, : foi • Now Beard of Directors for the Men's Club of th' Greater Miami YMHA holds its first mecrtii ol 'he new facilities at 8530 SW 8th St P. :nd proajams for the remainder of the yer were discussed at the meeting. Seated (left to right) are vice president. Ben Harris; president, AI Raven; treasurer. Howard Hey man. Standing are Leonard Yesner. AI Jackson, Ben Slutsky. Dr. Richard Maisel. and Herbert Markowitz. VJCong Flavs Chanuka in Schools Co^.nued from Pag. M reading and prayer recitation per nutted SUCh practicebarraacn • I to ddldren whose re [t |s cU :ir ,, lat h( ume pro fa are Infringed upon hibitiun applies to religious noli !n what the] may OS required to day exercises such aChristinas IQ ,n rder tO participate in and (hanuka school re.-fcious ceremonies" Mr Man added The fact that children may be excused from par tioipatini in religious exercises does in %  the the constitutional violation any ken serious The Supreme i urt full) considered and i, • (• th '" Sht I yo^sell to a Koodm. • tackle ih world. And that keyed-up competition out the. e For insured Reservations at Guaranteed R^es call your Travel Agent or nearest Sheraton. In Miami call 377-0275. Keyed-up executives unwind at Sheraton Sheraton Hotels & Motor Inns fc) Caen is ASM-US.N..-.CeeS. •• %  •-. """"'* '"'"•""""""' ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-26** JE 8-0721 VOU OCT MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR RHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24 HOUR SERVICE — Serving — itrriitoN NtcMtairo Motear won FIANKIIN RIAIA NIWTOH ^mm-ttm****"* %  M



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p~~p Mni\l fkrkfiMi Friday. Dec em K: i %  :0i II n R it R ci l) ii 4( MRS. MARTIN STIINIK MRS. HARRV SMITH MKS. BfNNfTT If £ Beth Sholom Chanuka Fiesta All department! ai Temple Bath Sholom HebgiouQ fthirglon* husiiy engaged preparing tor a cala Chanuka Fiesta (lifts ill insent bj ever) child in the school to a child in Israel These will be shipped in cartons beautifully decorated by ach class lii(li\i(iuai class parties will be held in students' norm--(There the children will evchance gifts, preoenl programs, and play Chanuka games, siQg and dance Fnrm.il school celebrations will be held on the weekend ushering in the holiday On Saturday morn big, at 0:30 am. the Junior High Department will hold a lathe break t.<-t \ special chanuka program will be presented, and singing will be led bj Cantor David Conviser The Primarj and Elementar) Departments will celebrate on Sundaj Original presentations will be made bj each class in the form dance and dramatics All costumes and stage decorations will be made by the children as %  lass projects A Chanuka brunch will DO served by the Sisterhood i in departure each child will re ceive Chanuka candles, dreidels, and Chanuka Candy Gelt from the Sisterhood Mrs Bennett Lee and Mrs Mai tin Steiner, vice presidents ol Sis< terhood, are in charge of Festival celebrations in the Religious School Mrs Marry Smith, mem her of the Sisterhood board, was chosen tO Chair the Chanuka Pel ti\al She will IK' assisted bj Mrs Robert Townsend Mrs Seymour Siherman is president of Sister hood. Coordinating all chanuka acth rties are Miss Nettie Goldstein and Dr. Solomon l.ichter. administra tors of the Religious School Harmony Chapter Sale Tuesday A white elephant sale will lxheld during the next meeting of Harmony Chapter. I'.'r.ai B'rith Women, scheduled for Tuesday, Dec 28. at 8 pm MrJack I "hen is president The fund-raising affair will offer a large -election of items A report will be Riven bj Mrs Philip Sahl on the Games Night held at the President Madison recent lv FOR YOUR PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! PARTY TENTS COLORFUL. riLSNIONMLT •ISISNCD. ASSOITU UZtt Caarnj TablM T.bn itmm China %  SiKar 6lonar Tray* CiH U'-i Ion Dane* Floori Pmonahzrd Strvic* RENTALS "AT YOUl SUVtCl M YlUT Telephone 633-3281 1790 N.W. 35th AVI., MIAMI 42, F1A. Women's Auxiliary Luncheon Meet Greater Miami Women Auxil lary, Jewish Home tor the \ luncheon meeting on Tut sdaj noon at the Mgiers Hot< I will have a Chanuks tlu Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Aua iliary president, will give the mes ol welcome Tenor Baruch Siegel, %  third i ration sabra, will sing the prayei at the chanuka lighting ceren Mi ~ i ouis Mako\ skj proi i am chairman, will Introduce the Foru Towers I horal Group, with Mrs Dorothj Mondres, mn i toi and leader Reservations for the hineheon maj be made with Mrs Manuel Tanenhaum and Mrs Benjamin i n low Camp Pinewood Reunion Sunday Camp Pinewood, HendersonWile, NT. will celebrate itllth annual reunion on Sunday, 2 pm. at the Delano Hotel Dr and Mrs Donald D Michel son and Mr ami Mrs Kli Melt/er. owners and directors <>f Pinewood -ir.ee itinception, invite all past and present camper-, families, staff members, and prospective i ai perto join in the festh ities The afternoon will include re freshments, color movies slides of ihe 1965 camping sea ;Mt-. presentation of the Pine wood plaque, and a surprise ft tor campers registeiing tor i!*>*i Recipients of the coveted Five Year Pinewood Blanket will be Bert Caskill, Miami Beach Rich ard Denmark I.arry Denm.uk Mi ami ShoreVirginia Giritlian. I.in da Glueckauf, Steven Jacket Ja mie Jacker, Albert Kahn, Alan KipmSail) Shanerun. all of Mi ami Beach Nancj Leibovit, Palm Beach; Da\id KUIH-1. Coral Gables; Marj Wolfson, Hyman Wolfson, Cincinnati. 0 Aged Home Auxiliary North Miami Beach l:: %  the Aged Auxiliao > %  bavin I hanuka part) on Tuesda). 12 30 p m at Washington Fedt We Are The Wall Onler in the South' LILYAN CORTEZ WALL-CO IMPERIAL WALLTEX IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL GLENDURA 7121 N.W. 6th AVE. 758-8791 .54 Cables ^^ Convalescent L^ Home FOR FRIENDLY, GINTll CARE IN GRACIOUS SURROUNDINGS FOR THOSE YOU LOVE. Coral Gables Convalescent Homo is especially designed and equipped for the care of the elderl) and chronically ill We provide tender cue you yourself would like to give ., loved one professional supervision and skilled nursing ami medical attention far beyond an) sinsle individual's ability to provide. 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE. • Private bathroom wirh each room. • Owner-manager en premise*. 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Friday. December 17. 1965 > knisi Ikrili t, %  r> Page 9-0 Menorah for Each Family Member RABBI COV PERETZ ELKINS JEWISH Uw Codo< suggest • that each per sun in thr family have his own Chanuka (as th* Chanuka Menorah is known in Israel This ito help each individual, youn^ and old. male and female, to feel the significance of the miracle of Chanuka Since the idea iItreawd that th" panic ;>ation at everybod) li required rhy not cnrr\ tinidea OOC -ti| further' Whj not let •verj American Jewiah family write itAII Ctanuka lervice? Pint of all. %• %  >utd thin be be fulfilling the tradition of h.n ing the meaning >f the holiday brought I rue on a very personal ba-i Individual Contributions s-aicd. Palestine, and is one of toe latest additions to the Siddur accepted bj all Jewish communities It has become so much a j-art of the Sabbath Eve Sen ice .it v.r find that it has forever been a part of the Shab bat litxir The High Holy Day Mahzor is full of pc* ms and songs and prayers that j.re the creation of gifted At overseas and staleside American military installations in all parts of the globe, Jewish servicemen will celebrate Chanuka in the traditional style pictured above through arrangements made for them by the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board IJWB). Festival of Lights observances to be conducted by Jewish chaphave been sent to them, as well as to patients in Veterans Administration hospitals on behalf of the American Jewish community by the JWB Women's Organizations' Services. and sensitive poets of all Agei and all countries How much the poorer would we be had the works of these eloquent "paytanim" (liturgical poets) not been preserved In fact, thanks to the great Genizah discovery in Cairo by Solomon Schechter in 189(5. we have even more than we ever thought were composed Third of all. the Chanuka lit urgy is an extremely simple one. We have a few blessings, the Al Continued on Pg 10-D Cordial Best Wishes for the Holiday •y Season • FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 6 a a f b BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA HOLIDAY /. A. T. Company. Inc. 2621 N.W. 2nd AVENUE Ph. 633-3293 CHARLES • %  CHANUKA GREETINGS FROM YAGER SPORTSWEAR OF MIAMI, Inc. 4696 E. 10th Court Ph. 688-9606 Hialeah, Florida % %  ] %  Mion Sportswear To Fit Your F gure a^d Vojr Budq^' For th* Active SHORTS SURFERS CAPRIS • SKIRTS SHIFTS MiSSY SIZES 'FASHION AT A PRICE' 3EST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON BEUTELS SOLAR-HEATER CO. TANKS BOOSTERS • COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS 1527 N. Miami Av. Ft 1-1426 Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday 91 IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO IT'S HENRICI'S •ft IN NEW YORK ITS LLNDY'S IS MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLF1ITS RESTAURANTS 195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collina Avenue 3L3T WISHES FOR CHAN 5055 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Chanuka Greetings to All WEXCE IT A SAViSGt ft All ALUMINUM "GOLDEN LINK" + ALUMiNIZEO CHAIN LINK FHA FINANCED NO MONEY DOWN PHONE TU 5-1446 FOfT lAUDMBAU )A MM! COLOR WEVE STRIPS IN COLORS 'privacy without utkttp ft GALVANIZED CHAIN LINK %  ft REED PATH) SCREEN ft SAF-T-IINK 1" MfSN CNAIN LINK •ft PIASTC COVERED CHAIN LINK FENCB MASTERS, INC "Tfc* Caaaj—y t* tmK b nW MM NW* ai MMR mH r 7101 N.W. 69th AVE. P.O. Bo 35-*** SINCEME WISHKS FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY EVERGLADES LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY, Inc. 6991 SW 8th STREET CA 6-1155 Monday-Saturday 7:30 AH 5:30 ?M. M >\ll FOOD PKOIWCTS 3615 N.W. 60th STREET Phone NE 5-1 Ml



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Fridc^. December 17. 1965 Jen isl Fk r fi t/ Paqe 3-A l # Columbia Univ. Prof. Eli Ginzberg At Contemporary Affairs Lectureship :, Drofes*or of ATAT and mans. I professor t md director Of Con %  Human H.N..nrcos at niverslt) KM been ired speakei at annul! Contemporary i ectureship sehed m NtontMy, at trie ... Hotel I m persona -in' r\ attend the annual lee tig to Pr .' R : man ol flw itwil i ial lectureship series is Kl* by the Grtittr -. .sh Federation and is andewi c* the Sam Blank and Fjro< i Foundation, which initiate. • program three years ago o"he 25th anniversary c ; • ,h Federation, headof the fund-raising | i *ish Appeal. led ch lea ler is i i iirman ol the Na \ iry ( "in •.ilk. on Deeper Cut • in. .n Jewr) r Tincommittee i in Congresaional -t.i -.' ih. Secretaries ol Health. Education and the manpower develop mining program berg, an author ol 25 hooka '.nil to the Department fener, State, I aboi and Com well a< for largo cor -ueh aDupont. IBM. \T.\l ,IIKI mam non-profit insti litmnllc aerved u parch foi i h e aliotmenl commit tee "f the United Jewish \ m !!i4*i was appointed bj tl President Harrj s Tinman as minister plenlpotentiarj for the Cnm ii States (o negotiate the treat] on non-repatriable refu as .i result ol which displaced Jews .id BDOUt S50 million ol Gel mi He w mhei of the board ol t H< h iru I'niversit; 1054 to IS j ... %  In 1953 and again in 1956 Gimberg undertook studies of manpower utilization in Israel for the U S. Department and in 1961 and 1963 conducted further studies for the Israel Government From 1958 until 1960, Gmtberg directed studies on hospitals and health agencies for the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. I In first let tureship three yeai • ired Di Salo u Baron and last yeai pre* nlal had Di MM .mi I Sat I i president of Universitj .1guest speaker Members ol t ti • lectureship committee serving with Blank and Dr Naroi are Myron Behrman, M: •, Ruth J Berger. Jerome Blank. Mrs Richard Brickman. Byron Cherkas, Edward Cohen, Mrs Dorothy Kriegei Fink, airs Irving Kaplan, Mr*, -lean C Lehman. Dr and Mrs Irving Lehrman. Joseph FOR 'Pxotection (jQXT, BERNARD SEGAL PKOf. Ill CINIBtKC \; 1 Mindlin. Mr and 1 Myers Mrs Simonhofl Louis Schw Ham Sin onhofl and Fred K Shot' 'l icki is availal 1 Greal Mian i lew ish Ft deration 1317 Bis cayne ishi INSURANCE AGENCY First National Bank Bldg. • Miami • FR 9-6441 REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANIES Temple Emanu El Sets Chanuka Party Sunday PROTECT YOUR MONEY! MI departments of Temple Religious School will lpata in the annual (hanu W Or b ty on Sunday morning. .. m in the Main S.nu-tuary. .... K. Yunoa chairman of •... a i Education, announced. Feature of Ihe morning will !*• -a preseataUoa entitled "Eight .1 shammas .. i.. lll\l.I run ol the cast Include Debbit Buchwald, ; kj Maj Gai %  K llin, Mayra Rej eth M'einkle, Pa Gadinaky, Rohm Kata, Renay Rolenfield, Barbar Hinchfteld, OH*. ia Lsnrln, SUM EpaMtn, and Steven Rosenblatt Traditional (hanuka gifts will !>e presented b> the PTA under the direction of Mrs Harold J Brooks, president The Religious School, which includes the Nur erj Kindergarten i> e pa r t me n t. Lhe Solomon Schechtcx Daj Scl \',, i kdaj and Sunday Reli [ious School classes, and the Confirmation Department, are under the <\\ reel supervision ol Dr In i man and Samuel .1 1 cducal ional dii ei I Wi P*0T(C!CHf K, thi cheeks yeu *nn cinnet kt altered' Carried in purse opocket. PSOTfCIACME* Has double pertorat.ni plates hinted to snut tor positivi perforation trom both sides throufh four check Tour wnt.nf cannot be altered. 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Friday. December 17. 1965 %  IfnMflorMiw Page 11-C Dvn.isty. Ho culminated his orgj I by decreeing death for his Mb and (or her mother The Hwail v ere Wiped out. In between Mattatfiias' revolt and the blood bath of Herod. other thinu were ha|>|>ciiiiit in .ludea. The liasuioneans. havinfl tnumphed over the Syrian.-, did indeed reestablish the Jewish re I Ion. Soon, however, the lias mOMMf (raw more ambitious I hey wanted to be a power in the world Some of their people objected to the new polieies. They niaL-ted that the Jewi main an isolated sect, minding own religion The Judeana had COM on. loRically. from re hgioua freedom to political in [dependence They saw a lieu Iworld, m which new modes of c i:r. inunkaiKMVbaaV-Umiiii jit \r.uix(i. and the> anted to play ;, role in that world. The) [charged tl*> isolationisU with obscurantism. The isolationist retorted with accusations to the effect that the country's priestIj Hand economic 1 elite wen Histin| with death for the ancient faith. Out of ihi.s sprang what Ibecame the conflicting idvoloKie* Iof the Phariaaea and the Bad %  bjecea. Spiritual isolation wer developed by the descend its of those idealistic Hasmonran* 0/ the time ol Mattathias. Which was best—for the coun %  r> and for its religion? How can >nc compute the reckoning tort The historical fact* are Jear. The interpretations and I he evaluations are hazy. But, as we celebrate Chamika. is worth recalling that the of Mattathias and the ivery of his son Judas and the Jay over the miracle that occurred during the reconsecration of the Tern pie—all of these ended Bn tragedy le>s than a century Pater. Lesson for Us 1 • there is a lesson for 11 s. there .s no doubt. Exactly what the dimensions are of that leaion tins writei must lease to >0U Today we worry about a%  imilationism through world lineaa and perpetuation of our Jewish culture Toda) some at us tear theoorac> and others shudder at the '.houglU of isolationism Today, there are still Pharisi • and Saddajccaa And some of us are content ClffTiaiCS TO AIL N.t "Jwst AawnW" latin) Placi Kenny's Restaurant Air CHUMMM* Pbeoe Ft sM458 200 N.l 7ni AVENUt OSON 24 Neori MIAMI fLMIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. ABSTRA ESCROWS Till .SANCE ROOM 205 BISCAYNE BUILDING TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI WATER HEATER COMPANY Pfc *3 3-26 56 Hi. Ni 5471S ISM aw. 2tt STRUT Maurice Edelman AetV. British statesman. l^Uabei o(..Parliament, piesident oi the Anglo-Jewish Association and well known political novelist, talks to NBC News Cor respondent Edwin Newman. The program "A Conversation with Maurice Edelmau." the second in a soiies. Conversations with Distinguished Mr-n of Our Time was presented on Eternal L lght Radio late last spring. The Eternal Light, now in its 21st year, is a presentation of the Jewish Theological Seminary ot America, and is broadcast coast-to-coast as a public service by the National Broadcasting Company. merely to spin the dreide] and pile the plate high with latk.es and toast and I.'C'ha>Wru—and let the pundits worry. I wouldn't advise you to burden the kids with all of this Cha nuka is a happy festival. Let it remain so But like so many things Jewish—it has deep implications also. Here's to Mattathias of Modin. He started something, indeed. How it all ended—that's another storv Happy Cha nuka to All Oux Friends and Patrons IPABLKS WEE WASH IT 2601 S.W. 37th Are. 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Friday. December 17. 1965 > Anisl fhriMi *n Page 11-D Chanuka Holiday for Servicemen Continued from Pag* 8 D mitte<\ one of th" BeveraJ hundred local community tiroups afSliated with JWB's Women\ OrBJBFIIFBIIIUIB' Service! (WOS), in addition to BjttB sent to the Jew i*h rh.ipl.iins in VietMJB, h8 provided gifta for rtislnlniiion t>> the USO dubs in th.it country to %  • %  then of the is Armed Porcee of all Eadtha and to Viol nameM ehildren. jv.li ii .1 i M> luenil'er Congressman Joseph Y Res nick, <>f EHetN illiv N V W ill attend 1'h.inuka celebrations during his forthcoming visit to Vietand uill distribute gifts on i .1 i nf his own community and all Jewish communities in the t led States The „ift>. are in p led by JWB's WOS DrvidUch Also 'iim>ui!h the cooperation of Dlabbi Nathan Witkin. direct n oi the JWB Armed Forces Service .'enter in Balboa Canal Zone, IW'B ~ wi>s has arranged, to have l.ooo ^ifiloaded aboard Iran* >rt headed for Vietnam Over 2.000 rlraMBarh iCbanuka MRB) are among the gifts to the %  hiUL-en of Jewish MTV icemen HrHi/hout the world. In main KiUlarv chapels. Chanuka tanHe> will be lit in the large, at ^fcctivc menorot icandelahras" %  feov-ided hv Serve-A Chaplain Rabbi Selwyn D. Ruslandr>: spiritual leader ol Temple Ii rael. Dayton. O., has be*-: stalled as chairman ol I Nai.onal Jewish Welfare Board ;JWB Commission on h Chaplaincy. A • bot of the ( aion for many years and its vice chairman since 1962, H Ruslander succ3eds Rabbi Israel Miller v ommitti • a affiliati d with JW B %  WOS More than lo.iioo Jewish books, 2.000 silver stars of David and mestizo! and hundreds of Jen ii recordings arc among the men) gifts for Jewish ills, their wives and their children Committees of hospital volun•> i ; orking under the ausj ices of the wos will give l hanuka partita and will distribute gifts to patients in ..ll Veterans Admination hospitais These volunteers participate in the Veterans Administration Voluntarj Service proci am I II ii Women's Urbanizations' i %  ues i~ composed ol the fol nine national Jew i.-h wo men's organisatii i Hadassah, N'ational Bureau ol Federated JewH i Women's trganuations, National Council ol Jewish *'o National Federation of I %  m p I > %  Si>tei h % %  > Is, National .)vv B J< • ioh i emmunil) Center Si I %  v i es National v\omen s ; i ,i {iii oi the i iir.i' i Syna f Americi I niled irder ol Ti in si i i he \v omen Branch ol i isl ol Orthodox Jewish i i.n •. at is oi A merit a and the nan's Division ol the Amen can Jtvi -h Congress JWB iIhc agene) authorized v, i S Defei -• l > %  partment lo meet the religious, morale and welfare needs ol Jewish military' personnel their dependents and hospitalized veterans It is a beneficiary <>f the Greater New York Unite I Jewish Appeal and of hundreds of Jewish federations and welfare funds outside New York. / Chanuka Greetings.. from the Staff UiVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSK STATIONS AM 1M0 KC. 10,000 Watts FM -105.1 MC. -160,000 Watts Chanuka Greetings to the Jewish Community m South Florida TU7-2697 2891 W. 4th Avenue, Hialeah IT IS WITH SURE WE EXTEND HOLIDAY QRJ IS TO ALL FROM MISCHON FOUNDATION 4295 E. lOfh Lane Hialeah,Florida MU 1-7486 IN HIALEAH ITS JULIUS CAESAR'S RESTAURANT Wives fhf cook and do the dishes Should be nroutfit these three wishes: A grateful mote, o well kissed check, A Restaurant dinner every week." lUUUi CAtSAK riAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR FR1INDS DINE IN CARRY OUT CATERING Cor. 49th ST. & E. 4th AVE., Hialeah Ph. 681-6633 GREETINGS TO ALL FROM i in: M \ IUH 11 HI II HIM. 34 N.E. lit Street • Moami, Florida Air-Conditioned • Hrmtrd OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE BEST CENTRAL LOCATION CAU gsf Management Company REALTORS FR 1-3592 — 234 Biscayne Blvd. — Miami. Fla. Kef TO ALL GREETINGS DELUXE SIGN COMPANY ELECTRIC SIGNS • SALES & SERVICE Phone 634-3233 2330 NW 27th AVE. Miami, Fla. To All Holiday Greetings JANE S. ROBERTS DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS DM DANCE S00 Deer Run • Phefie^tU 8-4521 EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY O AT UUNS, Co-Owner BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHFUL CHANUKA GEORGE G. WHITNEY REAL ESTATE 1 LINCOLN ROAD JE i-7401



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Friday. December 17, 1965 kni\l thru I, tr Page 11 3 ISRAEL BO.VO Fin Fdward T. Newman, of Miami Beach, newly-eiecled president of the Jewish Funeral Directcts of America, greets Mayor Elliot Roosevelt 'center and Pr. Samson R. We: r s riqhl executive vice president of the Union cf Orthodox Jewish Conqre• -ns. Mayor Roosevelt and Dr Weiss were gues* speako: ie JFDA 3Pth annual national convention held at the Fon:-iinebleau Hotel this week. Funeral Directors in Meel ihc nrni tn inun "the mean ful role of tinfunenl %  11 giOW e\ int iv vtri pre lloiida> l>> Pi Samson It s. pvpcutur rice president of • %  in ion nf Orthodox Jewish inn lionnf America Gables Women Chamrka Fete Mrs. Sol Rnnpaport, president, ill eoniliu-t nmtinK of B'nai nth Women of ("oral Gables on ufsday evening at the Hillel • luadatton on the fnmnu< of thanu. Fionda FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHIM THt ST4$ AND HIAVIN JOIN tout FfSTIVITMS' AT THt BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED STAIII 14-11 I HAIJJIOO.M StAT ING I.I* TO 300 ir WEDDINGS 1c CONFIRAAATION8 ir BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS ir LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS C A T i: R I .\ i ttrlctly Knhtr foo'fifiei Atailobh Under Superiiio ef RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Cater.ng Manager, FR 9-3792 SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, recept etc. Parking on premises. For groups from 15 to 1500 superb cuisine... fine wines, experienced, personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379 8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI CharcL'lo Festival At Beach Audit. Saturday Evening s\, world -A II pi Ithe first mun \ iditorium III MMI.I. Peercc, wo 1 %  !ess< '. :n I H-.I Ii I %  %  creei d I who Mill i • %  apr ai in at th o in offei in-; "f lh( Roosevelt Pla> I .ikiHer, She Mine \ highlight ni the < hai i Festival will !* %  ihe world premier > %  lael .i pageant m drama muuc and dance Orig ii al music foi The Sa ;a I'l'in; ed bj oni ol \~: ael lead ing composers, cm rentl) In Mi. i Samuel Fet *hko > horeo %  11> will be ••> Ti rrj Eno ( hoi al dii ecto %  is 1 \r. id Coi er will be b> Arnold War ren Pre IRC ol Is rael is Ken Uaaton, New York xhowman who iproducei ol the • i' .i> house Admission to the L'hanuka Fest+ \j| ia complimentar) '" all 1965 l-i .ni Bond purchase! Bobby Vinton. singing star whose rise to fame began just three years ago, opens nt the Fontainebleau Hotel on Dec. 23 for ten days. Vmton organized his own band ten years ago. as a 15-yearold, was the youngest p: sional band leader in show A native of I onsburg, Pa, near Pittsbuiqh. his father. Stan Vinton, has one of the best know in that area. Bobby's records | at a five million-a year clip. He's on numerous television net.-.:. >wa and acted in the • Wanted EXPERIENCED SECRETARY Mut be on expert typist and able to take shorthand. Also must br verted in basic bookkeeping fundamentals. Apply KNCSETM ISRAEL CONG 1415 Euclid Ae.. MB 538 2741 At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100% DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE ON TMt? OCCAM AT &f THUT MIAMI 1 Want To Make An Impression %  X For Your Next ^^^^^ CATERED 7 r\lr X 1 r\.l£\ .. \ "'v*rc / Weddjng i\ Terrace/ • BarMitzvah %  \ Q / • Private Dinner Party \ nOOni / or Luncheon *1 Call Mr. Moss • Phone JE 1-3349 %  1 ". Ample Free Parking Aowers :* %  900 West Avenue, Miami Beach 5?s mrnwu ocean at mlami beach A new ttandard of •kgance on Miami Beach. Superbly | planned and executed weddings, luncheon*, business meetinga v .. ranging from 10 to 1000. OR t/n a miaml country dob letting SpaciousneM b the keynote of your, a/fajr •midst the ptuaMM of the Dorai Country dub. Weddings, confirmations, banquet* are enhanced by the country club atmos-J pbere of this resort-estate. For complete dt tails, plea* catt JMK tkrvU Kovae, Director of Food and Bereraf Dortd Death Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600



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lav. December 17. 1965 *• k nif fkridiiin Page ISO LEGAL NOTICE UIT COURT. Illh JUDICIAL ICUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA NO. 65C12WM v • • i loHNHON K xi XIMI: JOHNBON I' lOTICE BV PUBLICATION HBI CN M UUK !• >HNt*< >.N %  :.. %  to a. I x ;i i I|. I H x %  | • %  > .1 %  >ROE XI'H'M. XS. \. th Ulan i x. Ill Clark "f lhl a Court [ i January :l ••• %  ni i< in !>•• eonfi ;;. So> %  ii 1.1: \ rirBRM VN X| I .X XI \N. 1 •• %  !' "> Clark I. IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IFLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 5f13A ,f i:\KXKT M VJt:• %  ...... ..I IE OF INTENTION TO MAKE ICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION VND FINAL OSCHARGE |l | m II that I hava >• t I Ml • i v I N ... ',;,. %  I • II %  %  KAI.I.Y HA 1.1 I RX MlMtltl A %  1ST X V/.i I I fCOUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 6S B : \ III. pi 'I >K< %  ;. • .-U^*il NOTICE TO CREDITORS |< i 'r bti x II n %  i %  %  I %  .*/•!i %  ;. %  %  I, .. %  ..i I SKA I • Pi •! %  %  • • Ii [ I:'.tl • dad in .-.-. i -,..i Ida Itwa, Ill %  %  i nffl • ha lUf fnti m Id i. arlihli lai HI. .HI iiih.. tin., | ihi • ailon %  t %  | • •' lhla .-I..I N'ox. nil.. \ I I IX 1 %  V i -\l \\ lAdaanlBiruiur >. ..f lhla II. .ii. Hri 4J. ..< naeambar, <• % %  Vnr .'\I-SM\\ nwiriRR TI.\ foi idailniatcator tu-i Ftal< i sin, i lr J-in-17-n r Mmo BY HCNRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M U K is HI :RKRY CIVBN • I IN Y u '. • I %  RRKRi JACK KI.N'ii ii .u s\\ iw si • • • u li : "Let's hurry, Moshe, it's almost gimmel o'clock !" LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE TM€ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IVENTM JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF I [LORIOA IN AND FOR OAOE I COUNTY IN CHANCERY No **C I3M7 )*.\R BAVI.N;H HANK OF i MI: • IF XI'XV X' -UK i.intirr. [AN 11 KRW>JER. Tru*t. .-.I x %  • u'< %  fl.ii n! NOTICE OF SUIT phi-n \ I... 1 k a • I'll. Ii I IL.* :. |' • niward II -' • I'. %  x X I Mi.. %  ... .: i tnortisa*. %  xi VN%  N %  VI MITIN %  N n RXI v\ • I K XI I A VI \ N %  J ''.ik S !1\i. IS OLNTV JUOOEt COURT I < *NO FOR DAOF COUNTY, 'LORIDA .N PROBATE No HtU A %  II KR NOTICE TO CREDITORS I I %  [ i laHna an I cl< kair ti • •• Rat) FWlOa m th. f %  ITi< n %  [ M.a C I • % %  h-n. il tmk i Mi 'i y -., ,, Ik %  i-i-i;-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. 'ii -i: iv II,:KI:I:\ IJIVK.N i in %  '• in buaanaaa avatar tuuni Ml V I. "I III NKWH STANIi B .il M iml Florida In11 i II.. mi aiRI ..i ihi %  i '• .i I'ouaij t i. ISKI'MINK MII:I,I: lll-.VKY M XX vi rV.KIN Mil It : II • -• Ida II 10-1" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 13040 \ \VY I K\ INK, Ml \ \.\.Y I SH< 'il Bllff, \ • %  i. vi:i'\'-i: |>B\*1NK. Mt. I ',-f. n ORDER TO APPEAR Ti •!'. • ..in II %  : am in. Jr.. I • % %  > .'... XX Mil... KJMMBAI l'.|ii"il I" BBTVI .1 .iH'> "I gOt -w. r to .i OoatplaJnl for Annulmeal at MarrtatT* <"i llHlnttrT* .xtinrn.y. la Ida xi Barnaa, M* faluni. t Bld k MU.MII. Kl.'1-id.i. and rile tiloraitiiwl In ih.aWct it iha i'U-rk <>r thr i"arBUil Court, i* or I'vfor* too 5th day •< Jmnuii>. 1 •>*. or I % •' %  'rfi' Pro OOB (•--,, in i„. nt, I„I Mnulnrt you. lAMad Dooaniber L, IM K II UUTHKUMA.N iliTk i*li .ui i \.iu-t C P rol'KWSD atepulj SKPII xt.r.Ki: r FISHRK, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl • Ji MBPH Xl.i:li: r FIHHRR \. Modi II xx • vi i •..!....'.. I louli ard, I Vim KtRKPII XI.I:I:I:T FISHKK ..!-•• h. n i I H II "I i ,.u.i.,..i't: • I..... haa i" • :i fll-'l aaaalt I'IHI and • -..i v. \ II \%  • or Pli ad MU; ... ihi i: %  •• %  %  % %  : %  llnl ii lli.' X.-. nr) XIII.II.S A FBI KI>.MAN : I Mnali > Bui •i \ i i• ivrnui Miai d II. I hi • p -:i inawci • r idlna in ihi ..ti • in i 'lerk ,.< Oil four I • • th-("th daxj ••! January, It* i' you < %  > I t.. do -... Ju.li;. Ill.-Ml I. il*-fa'iH will '.ikn i4ir:in-' *>• r. It. f .1. I nuuaoad In MM mil "f OmaoltUnl Tins naUn fhli IpubMahMl onci %  I'M.-M wi'i-k for fiur i'i.ni .-IITI\ %  wa r ka in Tin: .n:xx ISII Fl> IRIDIAN DONE XNIi .i:i'i:i:ri' t.c Miami. Florida. thU Tin iagr f Darambar, A D i!X0. K 11 I^iATIIlTTLM XN. .1. rk. iin-ujt rvoj i. i Hui. PMmty, Ki.witia iarl) By K M I.VMAN lo|iutv Clark M1I.TON A KIUKI'MAN IllHlnilirr HuibiuiK Miami, florid*. 13132 IT1-S4M Attorney for Plaintiff II KM7-24-1I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICB is HRRBBT OIVKN ih.it %  .i. %  !• rirtni t.. mcai • ti % %  iii'1-iii iin..i \ .i xx -ii;.': xi, i x ..: 151 i s xx ard >• %  • xt Ida Intend* • %  r • t'lr. nit I'.iurt .. '.Mint) ilui IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6S71 C IN III' 1 .tut.' ..• si.;. .-I:KX\ I rz 1'• ..%  NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO AM I '"I XII I 'llRMmc I'lAlai,, i.r Ut-maoda Ai .sjni i %  %  Y..i ni.harahj notlflad and ri*%  mandfl '.. n..\ ..i %  t nil, si:i:\x i rz ,i. %  .-...,..~i l.H. %  < l 'inl.L'ounly, Florida, to Ihi • | JVHIRI %  I '...I. .in. I HI. ti • aaai< It dap \ .i. ". iin %  will, inn. ..ill. \ : %  \ t'HAKI.KS SKUW i I I %  %  • %  %  \". • in Kii.MMKI. RiKlKRS Itur %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 68919.A IX I : I .1 \ X! i .xx : 11. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pi x i • H %  %  x % % %  -..' nd n • %  •IT I | I .--.'. I an.I fl |.|-.l ..I.'.I •! • ... W II >i II .i run. ni ..r th.aunn will I"lirrwl II .i %  X' • lax ..i \.-x naha • \ I > x I PAI-/.IRK x %  i: %  •. K i -i public i • "ii of lli '!• %  \ OoMmi li r X • %  %  li. > fli| X • |! \. tOI MOI xx ATTENTION ATTORNEYS. +Jenist Ikridfctn •ollciU your legal notJcaa. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Oiul Fit 3-4C4M lor messenger NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTU'K IM IIKRKKY iX'i.X Ui I i u-. I.'i-in. -mill, i -Hi. • %  %  PKT.F -' %  I.M'X I RV :it 1 • \\. Miami I' Fl I ....: %  nrlth tl a • ..: Da %  %  I i X \' >KM IN Ml %  KKR i IN THE CIRCl-iT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN ANC FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY 6-.C1272K S II • • XTV UtS" ; -" I MPAN I X • .; N %  V NCE .\ I I: l' .iNY, \ <.• ..xi is • '• is i'l'; x' I'.l.xx JOHN I"l.l\ s i. W \\ 1:1 xx \ nknoxvn w| \ — .... > T*i l|< ).....,. i %  • i .t' HI h tit NX X i • r INSI'RANf'K nMI' \XY i. E INSt'l • >: \X i -l\. HI. I Till %  "'• riis ICAN '' Ixx x R HI RK K II "MX F. KI.IVK s l-x Tl :xx ,\ ERV inkno* %  %  %  i i .. N I \ Till ha .mil i %  n ii I II. <.1\ ..1 In.adjl IKTI iRS -1 II Iti'l ..xx x %  ""* IN T-it COUNTY J13GESCOLRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA N PROBATE No M.741-A %  NOT.CE OF PROBATE x %  |N x i.. f,. •. t a a ni • %  llf -U4 !•! '' %  aai.i ••. an Yi u J rr..n I • • • I a hy i <.f -a1.1 'in in ,ui-n'tt iiiac aatd -t W I' >l.v VI .\ • %  d aaaxll I bjak F1r>i BahlaM i •• • %  I -lax ol 1 ~-. -n.i -r. in*:.. ~MITII A MANHI.ICK .X It.. i I., il .rt> It Kn IT' UUint IU-ai ii. I %  • IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 69042B IX RK F>tati -f lli:i:xt \\ \ Ki:i.i.ri:xi \x\ l NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1*0 v ; v. inra t ;..! xii > % % %  aoru H x I X I. %  I | r.-. I I. • HlUi.XI.XX x %  %  •• I illtx %  %  %  %  "KM x\ \ x.~ I Ion ••: Ihbj • %  • %  iANnwr.iL %  i %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. Ha. 6i2S IM RK Ratal '• • X ,. %  !' I• NOTie* TO CREDITORS an.I Ml I K To All '>• -II s-i/t n X %  •, II .. aauno of I.KI y.> % %  \ i.n %  ,in.| r--ai I ib N %  i %  • '. I to II I %  %  II. --. %  | sta,i •• n • %  m ftadi • • %  i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAV LAW N.-TMI: is iiim x %  I %  •!.-! I|T.H I at I! It xis.-. • YNi AU.M ii. x f. it.,,.... |a. Muanu II.1139 II I' I T ^ Fl: II x IAF1I XI .1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 6S37-B IX I!'Kati f MINNIE .Ill I.TZ Iram-d NOTICE TO CREDITORS To xii • Tvdlton and xil I', ranna H I •• I. .1\^ ll-t si...I You % %  • %  horrbj not fld %  nd n .jui 'l tn and di manda xx in. h the • %  MINNIE Si ini.TZ di • .,-..< %  • I '. %  Il Mt.x ui.i •.!. tii. Hunti In duplb'ali ..; •ii.x |i .1 In .-'• %  • • -.ii : ". Fl i i lay. In thi r x < %  i • i \ ..:• %  I r. %  XI I i I x ini.i.N i. • x I \ X x IN THE CiRCliT COURT OF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCliT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No *4C '2062 TUP XXII. 1,1 XXI'IM IMII S XX • IIXNK I I %  Vnjfla woman, I NOTICE OF SUIT TV l>i'i la II X' I "tii m Ml i' i >-in Man You t •. • I ... r '1. | •' %  } % % %  %  I %  (i i \ xv .. i K1F vi-l .'\ W. • %  iS .i i,. %  • • .... .-I %  iMin%  i i M %  %  111 x %  Itl i MAN M' K xi i.TMA S M xi: riS FINK .n.i I Rio. k II %  .h %  i<.n • •' I • I '..l?.T of X "f tin Miami RIXI %  %  .. t. and xv. -i f rd i i XI ,| Si,'. I:XI-I..M • %  • %  i • Paan i;. og : l %  l %  • '. • dam NOTICE TO APPEAR XTl x. .: i.x.'T T TI.E INIt xx. i: ,x. i iti .r %  r X N X I mnai lx kn wn M- I'Al'KOi s V TITUS IX.-M I X \.'l .x ItlTBT 'XII'A.NX ix. i Klorlda %  %  ration, •ni. ..xi x^ tXMTIUAN, Kl'XX VI. I' I •, I Jl 'HX F %  IX i. -' !. rx PTBKSIN and W. 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ge 1 Page 2D •* te* isF FkridH.nr Friday. Decer-.rer \i WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY CHAN'JKA 1 Publix Super Markets "Where Shopping is a Pleasure" HAPPY CHANUKA 2IJ NORTHt-.t COUHT • MIAMI 37. flO OA (.renter Miami's Friendliest Prinlinp Plant HOLIDAY GRFmNGS Fhon MoKv-ooa WA 2 02*1 947-7112 CHANUKA GREETINGS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH MIAMI 5750 Sunset Drive — South Miami, Fla. F.D.I.C. Member of Federal Reserve System 93 GREETINGS "ISAIAH" 53 rorO.YI T t.HO\ I F.MPiAwYME\T AGEXCY DOMESTIC HELP CBIES-S.W. SECTION Mrs Erma C. Greene (Owner) Phone 444-1631 103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE Hour* 7:45 A.M. to 12 Noon-1 P.M. to 3 P.M.-Mon. thro Fri. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS OUR S1NCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MR. AND MRS. FRED SOMERSTEIN TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS DUDLEY JOHNSON MORTGAGE CO. • REAL ESTATE & MORTGAGE BROKER • 732 duPont Bldg. E. Flagler Street Ph. 374-2667 GREETINGS TO ALL R. J. WAINWRIGHT & SONS established 1937 Manefocturers Raarasentettva — ar rVedect* sttvmc rio*it> A tontttts OVHI rwtmr. mm run 2954 Oak Ave Coconut Grove P.O. Box 106 PH. 443-1621 GMTINGS I IMso\ TIKI-: & SUPPLY <0. TMW mmd TWIS RECAPPING ACCISSOBtfS BATTIIUM 10835 NW 7th AVE. 3300 SW 8th STREET 1002 E. 27th STREET, Hialeah OX 4-0070 I6630 S. Dixie Highway 67th Ave. I Bird Road The Valiant Maccabees of Today By D0V PERETZ ELKINS T HE similarities between the Maccabeea wr eahall in our prayers durirur this -< ason and the modern Maccabees who have made us all prood by estab IMQft| an independent Jewth Slate are many. When chantinc 'he ancient words in the Anndah ITayer added (MDias Chanuka. we could be thinking of 'he Israel Defense Army as well as of Mattathias the lliu'h Piiest and his sons the Mn^moneans. In MM6. CE.. as Hell as in 165 B.C B., 'Thou didst rise to their aeJensc and and didst vindicate tJieu iau.se Thou didst bring retribution upon the evil doers delivering the stroiif: into the hands of the weak, the mnn\ into the hands of the few. the wicked into the hands of the just and the arant into the hands of tho>e devoted lo Thj Torah Victery Party But there unfortunately, the parallel m the prayer ends be cause the aneient Maccahee-. immvdiatei> after gahstng political independence came into Thy dwelling place I Bat hmple. purified the Sanctuary. ami kindled lightin Tin sacred courts Their goal was dear they were struggling to purge their rt ligiou I worship from foreign elementTheir objective was to regain the Temple for God to rcmo\ e the %  and restore the proper worship It w.ia reasfjans occasion, and habeen celebrated ever dnce through i i • rent nies, pray< • aad kindling the ("hanuka rmnorah. Toda) m Israel it Menu .it less! to this observer, that the medem Msceabaas .ire KO elatad Over ha\ing won the war that CHANUKA GREETINGS COME IN AND SEE OUR HOLIDAY SPECIALS CARL'S BAKERY Famous from Syracuse To Miami Once Tasted -Never Wasted' 1360 NE 163rd STtEET Phone 947-4092 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS PALM SPRINGS GULF SERVICE SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS 1365 WEST 49th STREET Hialeah Ph. 821-8914 CHANUKA GREETINGS MKLMAK CUSHION MPtB 1901 NW Miami Court FR 9-2895 LOUNGE PADS-BOAT 4 FURNITURE CUSHIONS MATTRESSES & BOLSTERS NEW & RECOVERED Greetings from HAROLD'S ALGIERS FLOWER SHOP Harold and Jack Krongold Miami-Miami Beach Hollywood JE 4-2907 Spiritual renewal symbolized u\ lighting candles ts observed by tormexly 'hop!es.s Petersburg. Fla and Su Schuman 9. Los A: i road to health at the free-treatment Jev. ', I Asthmatic Children at Denver After a ;;• : J years most children return home in good 11 %  %  j lures. Mrs. Adele Klugerman. 10595 SW t is pre-;j dent ot the JNHAC South Florida Council of Pr* rdeta the celebration which should be a : %  lion lo Jewish Ideals imerely a victory party. In both Yom Atzma'ut ilndepi eace Daj and Cbanuka celebretaoni -lurr physical prowi %  has bacosae the >* %  all ami sad all of the battle Last (hanuka I was in Israel and witnessed the parade al school children triumphantly marching by the thousands thp'\. IfmaitsJ with '.irk >r and I %  %  %  -nod 11^ thi \ h• I j I ii! not :4 Dj thai il Flag an a lump lo m\ thi • it lo I | day \n.! I -. I Iflaps dui vial Hol'day Greetings to All SUNSHINE of MIAMI CAP MFG. CO. MORRIS GOLDWAG All Kinds of Cap* lo* Men. Women. Children 302 S W 6th STREET Miami Ph. 371 4652 TO ALL GREETINGS \ IMO\ mi o>irA.\Y CUTTING DM Ht£S For The Optical Trade 1035 E 32nd STREET Hialeah Ph 696 2715 GREETINGS SARGEANT AIR-CONDITIONING SERVICE PHILCO I CARRIER AIR-CONDITIONERS Factory Authorized Repairs CALL US FOR ALL MAKES Phono 688-2361 HAPPY CHANUKA G9UGBTMJW IMla IJVC land Clearing, Paving I Heavy Equipment Rental 10470 S W 187th STREET CE 5-1206 CE S-3722 Perrine. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldstein and Daughter! DOROTHY and LOIS •f 1710 Bar Drive. Isle of Normandy Wish Tl *t> Sit:: AH... Hsiida lP LeLian's.W Specialiung in CUSTOM MADE HAIR PIECES for GENTLEMEN 215 SEYBOID BLDG Telephone FR 9-1S06 A : i SUNILAND &f rEXALL PHARMAO Paaaeript 11331 So. Di*ie Hwy Ph 2350812 Suniland Shopping Ca* HOLIDAY GSITTIKC^ J. POl • AKT MK* OFPSIT t LETTERF| 228 30 W. Flao'er S* Miami FR 9-5965



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Friday, December 17, 1965 AM* isl fkr/rfiTHn former Miamian fill Address friends Group fhe Tuesday meeting of the %  n Friends of the Ha bre a jversit) will feature a former Seymour H Liebman, MrMcn i it>. s ipeaker of .mine,. Liebman, who practiced law in inda prior to moving to Mexico, kded the Bequests Committee of South Florida Friends until irturc Speaking on "Latin Jewry Today.'' Liebmu bring t.> his listeners many maJ experience! g leant d bugh years of research and L el throughout South America IT he has born pursuing re |\ h for his writings lairman of the Chanuka gath will he Kahbi Mayer Abram of Temple Menorah. A Dei of the hoard of the South tula Friends of the Hebrew trsity since its Inception, Rab Ibramowitl this year has an nl interest in the university {ram because several students temple M< norafa plan to study i inpus of the Hebrew I ni H> in Jerusalem next year Ccording to Jack s Popick, idem of the South Florida Di On of the Friends, special pu .it the 8 p m program, to place in the Fontaiiiebleau will bo Israel Consul (iener Shimon Yallon and Mrs "i .il Page 15-E SlYMOUK lilt MAN Forty-Niners Chanuka Banquet Irving Schat/man. president of the Forty Niners of Temple Bmanu-El, has announced that the annual Chanuka banquet, sponsored by the group of senior citizens will bo held Sunday 6:30 p in in Sn km Hall A traditional Chanuka dinner will IKserved, followed t>> program "f entertainment prepared by Cantor Zvt Adler Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Tem pie Kmami Fl, will extend greetings Sky Lake Camps Reunion Sunday Sky Lakes Camps will hold their annual gel together on Sunday. Dec 2li. from 2 to 4 p m at the Deauville Hotel Featured will be movies of last summer'activities %  the camps. according to Sid Greenspan and Ira Steinmet/. directors, who will be on hand to welcome guests and answer all questions. Sky Lake Camps offer a com pk-te program al economicallyplanned rates for four and eight week pei i.|s Situated high in the Blue Ridge mountains near the North Carolina border, they are surrounded by Sky I.ake and Lake Burton, with over 1.000 acres of trail-laden forest, lakes, winding rivers, streams and mountains awaiting the enjoyment of campers. Reservations are accepted on a first come, first serve basis for Uns and girls age i to 17 Infor mation is available at Sky Lake Camps. P.O Box 3355. Miami Fla JWV Post Sees film LEGAL NOTICE HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL VAN'S EQUIPMENT & RENTALS Distributors for COOPER CLIPPER POWER MOWERS Sales — Rentals — Repairs TOOLS & MACHINERY RENTED 830 N.W. 20th Street Ph. NE 5-8712 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE SPECIALIZING IN CADILLAC SERVICE FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY AAA) Expert Motor Tune-Up and Automatic Transmission Work PAINT AND BODY WORK 14200 LAGUNA Ph. HI 8-2691 (East of Coral Gables High) HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL BEKIN'S MOVING & STORAGE EXPl-v EN % %  >PAGE LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE" 4129 Estancia Ave. Ph. 445-3645 Coral Gables Happy Chanuka from DAVID LYNN CATERERS Chanuka Greetings from MIAMI BEACH HADASSAH GULF DRUG COMPANY EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Cromwell Hotel Ready for Big Winter Season The Kosher Cromwell Hotel, on the Ocean at 20th SI is now read) for the winter season Sam Schechter, operator of the Cromwell, said that the hotel has %  totally new lobby and dining room, refurbished from ceiling to floor, with new furnishings added And air-conditioners through out the building have been re placed with the latest model units," %  ccording to Schechter Inspiration for the bringing up to data of the Cromwell was Hurricane Betsy. "Inspection of the hotel after the big blow told us that this was the opportunity we had been waiting for," Schechter said. The entire hotel has been improved, and the swimming pool and cabana patio are;, rebuilt" The strictly kosher hotel main tains its own synagogue on the premises for daily, services A full pro era m of entertainment la planned to keep guests occupied around the clock — ST ,. ,, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT ADe Morrow it/ Post 682 and IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish War FLORIDA IN PROBATE \ l 1 i tN O %  D7 • t> eterans, will hold their annual i\ RK taunt* ••' Chanuka part) on Thursday eve ISTKI.L Ring, Dec. 23, 8 p.m., at the I'm NOTICE TO CREDITORS fied Hall. 2300 NE 171st St The To All rr*dit*n. and \:: i • %  Ha r;i„ :,i i ,,. ,, „ ..... Ins '"Uiiinr Prniandii Aica i film entitled Ix't My People Go will be shown, and traditional J' %  "'' hereby i r*~ ... .... 'inn, .1 t*i M\ i-luinit* imd i I banuka refreshments will be ,„.,,„i tin* served. ">* • uoi'iis TKI.I. *!-•< I ^ County, Klorlda, li f I '., Room. .1800 Collins ,\\e on Thinl'* .'• TRI.L, day. Dec. 23. at noon Proceeds i ... lM ..„ will be channeled to the aid of %  : Israel pro-am % %  iitK. i II>. el. ILLEGAL NOTICE i : %  i: NOTICE UNDER \ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. KlVTIOE If IIKKKIO UIVKN FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 690S3-C In Im I %  \ i: r r--., •. • i \|.' M.I.I-ri'l: S'EWH HT.VNIl • II \ I., >-.I! \| >.\i. I tl %  K >sKI'HINi: MIK Kl M \\ vJTZKIS \" %  i ,, %  • I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 69182 C IN ItK BXmU \.\ s \l.\l. iWITZ !•• ..,-.-.! NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1.., NOTICE TO CREDITORS I %  1 I • ... \l %  %  r %  i hi of, ur I %  %  v i • %  I All I H> da Ddi \. ti-' Said \i' %  !;';' > li.\l>AU .'• %  \\ • i ..r, hi ', l>5 not • .1 .. |;.\, ,, ,| | j.;i .\ • I I %  %  imj I UNA HA I M*'W Z •.,... n N, u Jud(t. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I'nunl IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA 'N PROBATE No 692 15 B %  %  ui ; \ K i;. i';., i. ..i la, w It hi %  niti • %  • ... Vllami. I i • i • \ %  SK> MOCK h • I> >.N UlNol |i i > \ %  ,\ -\ i. \ : \ \ \i i i. I • v \i tti tCxwutum A ii i urn it %  PI.Hl'.l; NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All *n II %  V.i .... i. .i h | | RK %  \ K I. I / \ I : | known %  \ K Klflt'HKII lati ot Dnde %  •' %  %  ... in, in NOTICE UNDER %  priivlded II I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ", their of. N'i.'1'l.'i: IS HRKKIIY c;tVKN (hat •.. „ ,„ •ii. unilendicnrd. d.K r n %  r; : a-lthli -iv %  from Hi. ttnu ..f the I'NIVKRSALCM'.-KT ,\ IMCUT rlr f' l "f.Iloati..n '.i...r ., tha sain. %  %  ., %  • .• U. • I • Pit || ft v ," I '-' ; %  : %  I all %  4 thi •'.. mtj er. A.H 1, Temple Zamora Festival Sunday Temple Zamora will pi Chanuka lime on Sunday .it 7 p m \ pi.r. 'Jewish Holidays on Parade directed bj Mrs Rose Irei i will be given I Re School eh. monj bj ,i Sistei hood iven with I >n Ii >R %  Ji 'Si:i'ii : > ANICH \ %  i'i • i^ thin nndce ..n Ml. %  „ SH WIB) i w i:n. i .1... III,.I %  \l i 11,1 : NOT'CE UNDER !" FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,ii.. \\ I. v IVRAX S i CE UNDER Fr. NAME LAW IJ| %  I V • I kN \. %  I M i 1 ROOM WITH BATH for ftrtt in tny hr>Ai>f< f ill ranch hOuie on (Vli.inn Br.it h to rlderly person or couple 3 MEALS DAILY Privilege of g.irden & p>t ig fc near everything. Cil ; itIQ. nj^r II fJ2 236 •o omn c*x>t*> — t' &f COPY SERVICE of Miami Beach 420 lineal* oo Mall >10? (tmtm4 My NOW 2 LOCATIONS Jl t 44(2 | Ih'll.l^.l 1 •'he'ocop, — 2^. ICO OMvet dim — 1 ?f W* e yo k wmit COPY SERVICE of Miami 111 0y •,!*•. Ih(illt ltlt Stl NE 7th St IRm. 23S-AI 7il-IJl



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7 jge 10-A •Jeist Huridik nr Friday. December 17. 1965 Sends Hate Literature From Cairo Quarters | By Special Report •MM Helmut Cfftr, publur of pro Na/i literature who •il to Egypt from Wl OlMHI -t March while on trial for di* urinating anli-democratic pr e Waffcn-SS and the Hitler re. lie. Cramer took wi*rt him to Egypt 28,500 copies of works rHet had been confiscated by the .Vest German police in connec• on with his trial — volumes ty German SS leader Otto Skor:eny, and by Gunter Werdorf, h<• i Kpected to become %  ling d stributien center for uaga neo Nazi liters I e as Well -nice Cramer has in led his Hum Verlag there. Mr S ustei d< ck&H. GABLES TYPEWRITER CO. 2313 LeJeune Road HI 4-0436 Coral Gables One Block North of Miracle Mile HANK GABELMANN JACK ODONNEll GREETINGS JACK CHERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION "ROAD SERVICE" MU 8-0962 "lubrication Specialist*' Your Patronage Appreciated 5485 Palm Avenue Hialeeh CHANUKA GREETINGS T. R. KUZNIK Well Drilling, Inc. • WELLS • WATER PUMPS FREE Estimates Licensed Insured Sprinkling Systems Pump Repairs No Down Payment 36 Months to Pay FHA Financing Ph. 621-0731 19825 N.W. 2nd Ave Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Spigelmen Mr. and Mrs. Max Spiegelman Fred and Guy Gersten grand* hilelren Stephen, Gary and Ronnie w i sf^AaJf-relatives fnnTriends A Happy Chanuka i D w n: n ?TO O J Beth David Religious School celebrates Chanuka. Members of Grade Bet I. taught by Hersch Berman. show part of what their class will do at the Chanuka Assembly on Sunday, with the whole class participating. Lett to right (rear) are Daniel Leibow. Sammy Benson. John Shiekman. and Michael Soule. Left to right (front row) are Joan Gottlieb. Francine Berkowitz, Lisa Ben, and Heidi Gouz. U.S. Asked to Intervene With Bonn Continued from Page 1A might otherwise surround this VIMt "deep disappointment which would be fell in the United State* I this step were to he taken, as well ;>s pointing (Hit the prejudices to the Ben Janata asked the Depart ; right* oi United states citizens ment to instruct the American Am Re noted that "many of these at bassador in Bonn to convey the bens are aged and ill." *+*+ + + + + +++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +* + + **** + + + + + %  ********************* k TO ALL • HAPPY HOLIDAYS A. S. JONSON LABS.. INC. Specialist PLASTIC EYES. SMALL PLASTIC OBJECTS COSMETIC OBJECTS Phone FR 4-6686 320 S.E. 1st AVE. HAPPY CHANUKA HOLIDAYS TO ALL BEATRICE LA VERNE DANCE STUDIO 1017 96th Street Bay Harbor Island 728 Arthur Godfrey Road — Miami Beach CHANUKA GREETINGS .101: WKIXII MOVING & STORAGE Dade County's newest PALLETIZED WAREHOUSE Daily trips to West Palm Beach, Cocoa, Orlando, Tompaj and the Keys EXPERIENCED SERVICE 2712 N.W 56th STUEfT Miajai, Fla Ph. 635-2461 • %  %  *• # %  19th SEASON FOR BOYS AND GIRLS From 7 to 17 Herman and Harry Papkin at Atlanta. Ha., and BLUE STAR CAMPS llrmlrrsoni ilh-. Xarth t arallna Extend Hanukah Greetings and Best Wishes to our many friends, former campers and staff, and cordially invite those from the Greater Miami Area (even if they have not been to Camp before) to |Oin us for our ANNUAL GET-TOGETHERS TO BE HELD SATURDAY, DEC. 25, Hollywood Beach Hotel, beginning at 7 p.m., and on SUNDAY, DEC. 26, Spector Hall, Beth David Synagogue, Miami Beginning at 2 p.m. • COLOR FILMS • REFRESHMENTS • FELLOWSHIP • RENEW CAMP FREINDSHIPS • SHARE OUR PLANS FOR 19th CREATIVE SEASON A PREVIEW Of THINGS TO COME Creative one talented tmmtptn pleat* Mil He. I belew: We've ADDID Drama, Dane one! Art te mm Creative Art* Center Ana we've ADDED Phyi.cm frnsesi te aer Bosket ball Came. Come, hear the plant .... BLUE STAR HAS TEN* EXCITING AND CREATIVE PROGRAMS FOR 1966 .. We invite you to be with us to hear about them! If you can't attend one of our GET-TOGETHERS than please contact or write to our FULL-TIME winter offices: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta. Ga.. 30309 — Phone 404 872-1723. Blue Star's 1966 Ten (10) Creative Programs: (All trades as of September 1966) (1) PIONEER GIRLS CAMP (trade 2nd thru til In (2) PIONEER BOYS CAMP Grade 2nd thru 0thi (3) SENIOR GIRLS CAMP %  Grades 7th thru 9thi (4) SENIOR BOYS CAMP h__M 7th thru 9th> (5) COED TEENAGE VILLAGE fGrades loth thru 12th) (6) CO-BO COUNSELOR-TRAINEES iLMh Grade oul\ (7) CO-ED TOUR TO EUROPE B ISRAEL (Gradei nth & I2th> (•) CO-ED CREATIVE ARTS CENTER Grades 4th thru 9thI (9) BOYS' SOUTHERN BASKET BALL A PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMP Grades 0th thru 12th) (10) TWO WEEK COED CAMP (Grades 2nd tlnu 8tu EARLY ENROLLMENT IS NECESSARY .O AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT let us hear from you soon-Well be happy to meet with you PERSONALLY and INDIVIDUALLY te talk about your summer plans Call us locally at PtanUin 1-8205 196* DATES & FEES 1964 Schedule of NINE (9) programs with dates for Girls end Boys from 7 to 17 year* of aoe: Program TBaWbaa Sta-toa Firal Session Secoad Session Si\ Week Session Full Season Europe-Israel Tour Southern Basketball .v Physiasfl Fitness Camp Dates June 721 June 22 Jul) 1H July 20 AUK If June 7 July 18 June 22 AUK 18 July 10-Aug. 14 Juno 7 21 Creative Arts Center [June 22 July 18 for Drama. Either'July 20-AUK 16 Dance Art Fred Berk Israeli Folk Dance Workshop I.J une 22-Aujj 16 June 1017 Cost S 150 S 340 S 340 S 400 S 623 $1 188 $ ISO $ 375 $ 375 $ 690 $ 65 %  k k • %  k %  k %  k %  k %  k k k k k %  k %  k ++++++++++++++++++++++* %  ++* %  *++* %  +++++ + + +++++++ + &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f jf^^^^^.^^^,,.^^



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Fridav, December 17. 1965 to*i*t rtrrMHr Paqe 3-D 111 %  ;; %  so that wore it a shallow ,1 indulfiine, it would f haw u.irn off a IonUlM I Mv i (k has !"••'" Ural:' teni d by Israeli iiecnmnlishruontin indaatrj. ami agi >< ull t those "i all Dias| )lut I uonrterod to my .^i; ; w itched w-hetfear dun I i I. %  eived in sin:.-' OH m their schools about turs halting bswn the • u history to win .i victor) rrlijtious freedom Or did .. -•, learn sftavt vrbtntng a vlCtl Renewal Spirit s look further back in history: Once in-frmour -* .lained indcpcnMrni %  •• .ii opffeaatre tyrants %  .f^ : in edom for us and I nanUnd Passover in mind has ,ii-,v aj s si_ end o( tyranny an.I t not the death of 1 -. ptian pui suants This is i-ws i • %  an histoi i al rhej abatraci th h independ s once again been achie\ it tignif) a renewal of ;-h spirit Let YoiB At/ .,s well as Chanuka em• the great moral achieve of our people when they :ui creative nation Let %  strive to bring into the ,,n Amos as well as a '. \t a C C a be <• An Isaiah rith i Bar Kochba. i !,• Jews have always ix-en a %  i iland pMable people When ,•1 io become money-lenders, \ wire successful business• • When on!\ the professions were open to them, they became >r HAPPY CHANUKA From MAC RICE i*. TALBERT 325' J ALCAZAR AVE Coral Gables. Florida -.NUKA GREETINGS CENTER PHARMACY Phone PL 1-2924 Prescription Specialists 9723 N.E. 2nd Avenue L Opp %  ires Thea're GREETINGS A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 230 N.E. 3rd St. Phone FR 3-5373 Miami, Florida GREETINGS FROM F .1 JOHANNESBURG no .MI MOTORS 201 NW 27th AVI. Phone 696-4212 Robert I Wishnlck (left New York philanthropist, receives the American Jewish Committee's Appeal for Human Relations Award from Max M. Fisher, industrialist of Detroit, and nalional general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, at a crinvifl* 1 in November at the Americana Hotel in New York. Wishnick was cited for his "sustained and active leadership in behalf of improved human relations.'' Principal speakers at the dinner were New Yoik Mayor-Elect John V. Lindsay and Sen. Jcrob K. Javifs Rep. NY.). the best doctors, lawyers, and %  ntisl\ou thai thej are permitted once more, thej hav shown themselves to be good farmers And when necesit) .ii..so they have shown thai they ; %  Idiei s r.ut never have Ihej forgotten to !* %  good .li s With their success in other pursuits, their mission in life was nol forgotten the relegation of the material Io the hack seat, i g n i* to the spiritual al ad time* and in all matters The supremacy of the spirit is the symbol of Chanuka as it is of Judaism No Misunderstanding Tlie victory of Jewish spiritual values oxer Creek materialistic paganism was %  significant one in the annals of mankind Bui today e are celebrating that \ictorv l)v laudintf the values oi HOLIDAY GREETINGS Jimmy's GULF Service Station Open 24-Hrs. A Day 1725 NE 79th ST. CAu€WAY> NOB'M BAT VltlA Phone UN 5-9268 J V'.'v vABP NUKA GREETINGS MIAMI WINDOW CORP. 5761 NW 37th AVE. NE 39831 MXSKT ron\i:iis HARDWARE Paint and Building Supplies Pipes Cut and Threaded 7050 SW 87hS AVENUE Ph. 271 9642 GREETINGS A. J. WALLACE FURNITURE STORE REPAIRING REFINISHING SPECIALIZING In Antique*, Piano. Furniture and Off'ce Equip^e^t 7622 NE 2nd AVENUE Ph 7587824 II % %  enemies of our ancestors .II .1 Let no one misunderstand Whoever u ., g est s that i-r.n i should not have as strong an arm) as is humanly possible, or denies n the right to have %  nuclear reactor, or to purchase French mystere jet planes, when seven enemies arc standing at its holders in battle stance ready to |otli unrealistic and not a frund of Israel. Hut let us not ecleorate it. Kather let us cry over it The fact that so much money, human resources and creativity must be channeled into military readiness is a most lamentable situation. Judaism should curt) this rampant nationalistic spirit both in Israel and the rest of the work). 'For not by micht. nor ny power, hut by My spirit saith the lord of hosts." To All A Most Happy CHANUKA TIIOMPSO* PRESS "the best in all types of printing" 1332 NW 36th ST. Ph 634 2217 GREETINGS A. & B. WINICK Auto Radiator Service SERVICE & REPAIRS .'. >i %  • iteed AN %  • %  %  3218 N W 54'h STREET Ph 633-1907 GREETINGS LEES TACKLE. Inc. Established 1920 324 N.E. 13th STREET Ph 371-7804 MANUFACTURERS RETAIL Fishing Tackle — Repairing Marine Equipment von rot i \ o Sends GREETINGS to AL!. HIS FRIENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIEN'DS AND CUSTOMERS CHARLES R. REEVES "It's Sure to Please If It Comes from Reeves REEVES SHOES CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR FOR THE FAMILY GOOD SHOES PROPERLY FITTED MAKE BETTER FEET 838 WASHINGTON AVENUE Miami Beach Ph. 538-8589 OPEN DAILY 10 AM -6 P.M. TO ALL GREETINGS FROM F. A. ROVIROSA, President Narovi Shipping Corporation GRABCOLOVB'AV i HAMBURG NORTH GERMAN ILOYD COLUMBUS LINE Stockard Shipping Corp. — 808 N.E. 2nd Ave. P.O. Box 1254 Phones FR 3-9830, FR 4-8585 SEASON c GBFf'NGS TO All H. E. GOODMAN INS. AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 8825 BISCAYNE BLVD Ph PL 4-3503 To All Season's Best Wishes KVAVS MIOItl I IM; rXKAXKRS CLEANERS OF DISTINCTION QUALITY WORKMANSHIP • PROMPT SERVICE • 8020 NE 4th AVENUE PL 8-4537 HOLIDAY GREETINGS Mil \MMlt M ItM ll\ W Grow Our Own PLANTS—TREES—SHRUBS 15721 NW 7th AVE. Wl 7-6971 Chanuka Greetings from Miami's Only Leather Cle Certified Suede & Leather Cleaners 734 S.W. J-'nd AVfNUE Ph.ne HI 8 64t TO ALL .GREETINGS J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300— 1st National Bank Btdg., Coral Gabl.-s Fla. •IKRRVS SI \SKT l>.A ISLAMORADA. 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Making of Chanuka: You Are There As The Judea News Reports It By DAVID SCHWARTZ W E are pleased to present one mod sensational finds archaeologists, the ac• UM stiwy of the Macca.:• ; !c as told at the time Newi and Observer. very time of the oocurr• U events. The papers the story wenfound in a 1 bottle in an old synairocuc. ,! Modm While most : Inl baa faded, except i rtis-nn'nLs for babies' account of the Chanuka cema miraculously are]] • I It appears that the pa nippi eased bj tlw Sj n an but, going into the under %  pies were circulated is|y • • • Gloom in Judaea SALEM Croat gloom %  s all Judaea o\ ar the i sra h e n lw | ol the dec re e a tiocfaus, anating to auppresa ewtsk religion The bopea of • • that with tune the Syrian might become more amenta reason and the app ea ls <>f %  illation are now discounted t: i n sponsible Judaean leadootaod that Antiochua mining true to Hie line of ist dictators. As one of them it: The gods of his fathers -egarrieth not, and he regard • •: no God but has raised himself re everything." many rletorlaa Antiochua scored in Asia, it is feared. Ot dJapoas him to look with %  olerance upon the little land idea At present. Antiochus is more immersed in plans for the eat of Egypt It is feared irthar aBccaaaaa aril make I o veil less disposed to COfaC.il• Jean, • • • Dictate? Suffers Setback SALEM — The long earconquests by Antiochus, ':'ii the dictator of Asia II gi\en a chvk whrn despot was told by peek up" and go home to the story which earmarh of authentic!' • ichua was standing on I h Egypt content%  • it he i umpti the cooqueat of ... \:-:r. i i,\ Poptlaa • ng an urgent mea i Romsn Senati n>e %  ':..t Home de s i re d an Ion ins y \ ;• %  nd rebu n to S) r \ taken bj surprise Antiochua falU red I %  little tune to COB I'opilas Iacna. r 'I about himself in Before 1 step out of be told Antiochus. "I an answer TV ai swer in the afftrma en in the specified time a • Ant.ochus Vents Spite The M-tback bua m Egypt, Home to desist, Syrian ruler to 00 the JudaeB it ka saiil artta Roma Syrian despot >n Jtadaao, to" •! killing d children md.s %  £?"""*" further ,n his "Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. December 17. 1965 Section D JUDAH MACCABEUS ENTERING JERUSALEM IN TRIUMPH J he ^SVliraclc of the <*/Vlaccabees By JOSEPH JACOBS In the Jewish calendar century of 3600 (some 2,100 years ago), there was a Syrian king and tyrant named Antiochus. He hated Jews because of their God, their faith, their opposition to slavery, their pursuit of justice and mercy for all. So, he set out to destroy everything Jewish. Backed with vast armies, he desolated Jerusalem, defiled the Temple, burned Holy Books, and forbade circumcision on pain of death to children reared as Jews Terror reigned and froze the hearts and tongues of all Jews except a righteous man named Mattathias, who called out to his b-ethren Whoever loves the law and maintains Cod's covenant, follow me Mattathias, Ins five strong sons, and a handful of followers, fled to the mountains and from there waged unrelenting war against the tyrant. When Mattathias died, his son Judah took command. For his battle cry, Judah used a phrase from the Book of Exodus "Mi Kamoha Beelim Adonai!" — Who is like unto you, O Lord! Phonetically, the first letters of the words of this battle cry are MKa-B-E, or Maccabee; and Judah and his followers became known as the Maccabeans. "Cur enemies would destroy us for loot wherever we fight with strength from Heaven for God!' This was the iron of faith which Judah preached intc his little band when they faltered Sc they attacked again and again and bit by bit they destroyed the armies of Antiochus in a triumphant return to Jerusalem. The Temple had to be cleaned and purified before rededication. When the Altar lamp, which musi never go out, was lit, there was oil enough to last for only one day — and it would take at least a week to prepare and sanctify more oil for the Holy lamps. And then a miracle happened. The one day's supply of oil miraculously burned eight days. Tins is why Chanuka is known as the Festival of Lights and is cele'•?d for eight days with e |l cand'es in the ceremonial Chanuka Menorah Over the centuries and out of many hardships our ancestors won it treasures, not of gold or of palil of the heart emd spirit for all of mankind to share The 2,100year-old celebration of Chanuka commemorates the struggle of a few against the multitude to win religious freedom. At Chanuka time, children are often given a dreidel, a small spinning top with four sides inscribed with the letters, N.G.H.S., for the words, "Nes Godol Hayah Sham" — A great miracle occurred there And, leed it did For the Maccabean victories were in themselves a miracle, and history's first documented account of man's fight for religious %  dom campaign for the suppression A Judaism, Antiochus has set up .mages ol twine and ordered the ;H to worship them The Trusts have been ordered to eat swine flesh Maccabeans Resist Den thi soidnrs overwhelm! them Crying "whoever is teal for the Lord, follow us Th si on had a considerable force : • i • %  .iin! reports from i 'I part; ol the country indie r i i. • BC< essions to their fi Judas Maccabeus Succeeds 1] R1 SALEM Wo Iron Modin is that the n ho la inched the i es i mo\ cment to Antiochus i 11 His last wonN to lus sv. ( Be >e zealous for the I your lives for ( ovt nanl of your fathers B< \ • and slum yourself men F< for if ye die in thi • i •' shall receti e rev .. lership hai. his Ji 'aMaccabeus He bed aa a lamb in peai i on the battlefield it .• that, until his forces • will c ontinui I guerrilla activities of hifsther attended with •> much succesa • • • Plans to Sell Jews JERUSALEM -Determined upon the total extermination of | %  • Judaean nation and |>eople General Gorgius, chief of command of the forces of Antiohcu.s, has invited -slave dealers to come to the Deal battle All survivors of the battle are to be sold into slavery. The sJave dealers were told to brine, their money for the purchase of slaves and also the shackles to hind them The enemy general expects the next battle to finish off Judas Maccabeus. With extra large h roes under his command, he is supremely confident of success, Judas Scores Triumph SA1 EM ; as Mi bt us .i triumph t i 0 down in ol tune as on< tiles ol srrii th great i at the ex| i • %  Syrii • • the Ju to ha %  I > %  i out .ill.: it> is had outturn M ins army i rear of the s> rian ; %  gan to pumnu I tin letelj d Ing t h e of Uitiochua The Syrian forces in i panic, tinned on their II %  running as fast as their would take then, and the slavi dealers who had come to takt the Judaeans into shiver; in order to run aa fast aa possible, dropped their money belts Tin victory Of the Judaeans is complete Entering the Temple, Maccabeus found it h.id polled of all but om die lb kindled it and proclaimed thi tt ;,st oi chanuka. enjoining i r ihe holiday he 5 the kindlin iik.. %  belts which the also 1 ( l.anuka



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PcfhrkMnn Friday, December 17, 196 "5 WOMAN OF THE WEEK From the time she was twelve, Dorothy, mm MrAllen Rutrhik. an active Young Judean and a most conscientious student, was interested in social work Her background In a Conservative Jewish home was conducive to being ( >n ccrncd with people and their welfare Since sinli i Jacksonville, she attended the Universit) oi Florida she became an Mpha Epsilon Phi aoror she ti to the Universit) "f Pennsylvania, graduation came an aparti ent in New York and graduate school .it a with a degrei and counseling Then hack to Ilunii real ol sot al u ork Doroth) charming. I • s haired, is intei issues Blind dates iften out just fine Doroth) Allen, who is a rabbi, al Passovi t lime Since the) couldn i restaurant, thej aal in the i n and talked and starved A year DOfOTHr later. the) were married and moved to New York, where Rabbi Kutchik had taken an administrative lM>-t The Rutchiks moved to Miami four years ago, when Allen became Smith east regional director oi the United Synagogue "f Amer ica They found it a wonderful comfort to 1Mclose to their families, who anall Floridians They also liked the idea of living m a {rowing community, where the) could pursue the tame Interests they had up north Reading and travel are high on the list of the Rut chiks personal musts The new experiences that the) had in Kurope and Israel and the • %  <• %  •. • %  -.. %  •.t % %  •• ••and theatre in New York arc as much fun in retrospect as they were in anticipation Dorothy works as a case worker for Jewish Family and Children's Service in the Kamilv Counsel Division But she still finds time at night and during lunch activel) to participate in what interests her She is an active member of the I'rhan League, chairman of the Health and Welfare Committee and member of the leadership Advisor) Committee "f the League, too She is a member ol Planned 'at e lit hood The Rutchiks have bought I lovelj home in a Dew hborhood. Dorothy has .• (lair tor decorating and the house iemerging as an extension ol Doroth) and the Rabbi's feeling for living it is contemporary in mo lighl ii feeling comfortable and easy to enjoy The paint ings thi lowl) will one da) be a most interesting collection Doroth) delights in • despite hei extraon pi fessional accomplishments, hei roll at a hou i keeper is BUM fulfilled in a competent and tradttlonall) Jewish manner The Rutchiks own two bicycles and I in! long rides together The) also love fine mu pent man; .1 summer at Tanglewood, listening to the Boston Symphon) Orchestra t s there Presently, the Rahln is teaching a class ti Bible al Beth David and Doroth) attends her husband's class in this there ia condition Involved -he doesn't want to %  called mi After all she would rather not he know; teach. 1 pet, even though she most certain]) is rWOMC AMO CtUJtCE IT jbuda'i Jute* Juut 7ACJU BONDED... 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Miss Grenald Is 1 -i-cach therapy ma jor at the Universal) of Miami Mr Rothstein was gradui from the Wharton School of Fi nance and Commerce at the I ni versit) oi Pennsylvania! where be received .< Bachelor of Science d| gree in economics He played on the varsity tennis and squash teams ai I sei ved as an offio 1 in both Tan Epsilon Phi So teinitv and Alpha Kappa Psi N tional Business Praternit) Presentl) stud) Ing al the Ui 1 versity oi Miami's School ol ia Rothstein. formerl) •• principal ow ner of the Eden Roc Hoti member of Phi Delta Phi I l1 at. rnity Elyse Dubbin, Stuart Auerbach Are Betrothed Mr and Mrs Daniel Dubbin 8530 MliSOn Rd have announced the engagement of their daughter, e to Stuart Auerbach The bridegroom to i>c 1^ the aoi of Mr and Mrs Irving Auerbach 840 Michigan Ave \ graduate ol Miami Beach aV 1 ior High, the future bride Is tending the Universit) of Miam Her sororit) is Delta I'hi fSpsilon which she served as vice president Her fiance a graduate of River side Militarv Academv is a mem bar of the An Force Reserve pre aentl) attending the Universit) ol Miami Beach Miirachi Women A Chanuka package part) is slated fin Monda) 1 p m Kneseth Israel Congregation sored b) Miami Beach i haptei of Mizrachi Women Presidenl is Mis Rachel KaU Laufei HAPPY CHANUKA To All Our Friends And Customers ABBA3TS FABRICS I.V# FifME FABRICS 2135 Ponce de Leon Blvd Coral Gables Dial 445-6166 MARI& Cleaning Laundry Storage 1201 20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach HAPPY CHANUKA THE NEW GLORIFIED DELICACIES Delicatessen Restaurant Catering dr PARTY PLATTERS Gef ilte Fish Blinrzes Pirogen Knithes Home Cooked Meals Served • WE DELIVER 2133-35 Coral Way Phone HI 8-0601 MISS SUSAN GKINALD Miss Faber Eyes Wedding in May • Mr and Mrs Marx Farter .. nounce the enitasement of the daughter. Geralyn Dee. to Wiilian Herman, son of Mr and Mr Joseph Berman. o( New York (V. The future hride attended I University of Florida and receive a decree in business admlhisl tion from the Universil> of Mian She presentl) is employed as accountant for the City oi \. York Mi Dai man earned a pi al diploma from the Brooklyi sarvatorj Ol Music and a bache! of .science degree in music 1 Mannes i olletic lie has givei certs both singly and as 1 ber of the International C01 Trio, ami t* ctirrentlr hr:id trl Woodwind I^epartment at Brooklyn 1 onaanatety oi M Mi Fabei has been mi er. 1 affaii • in Miami fo yean an.I Iuell-khomi to munit) havtBt prarv ban foi Ml wars. \ Ha) wedding is pin MISS tirsr DUBUH Or Olom Ladies Present Play Temple Or < llom Sisterhood was to hold ils monthl) meeting on Thursda) evenin -' the temple auditorium "Heroine oHeretic play WTH ti • ai d directed b) Mrs I-eo Wine social action coairman, as to IH' presented last members Include \lf lames Bert Beinhardt, Gerald Schuartz. •K Parfcei Lawrence Wulken, William Herxbrun, and Mr I 1 Binklei Mao Bonnie Raymond and Sirs.in Wolf Cultural rice president 1Mrs Emor) Green, and Mrs Murra> Sisterhood president Rabbi Samuel April i~ spiritual • Former Miami Exec's Daughter Exchanges Vows Mist Enul) Frances B ,!.,.. bti : il Mr and V:K.r. man 1 k'"1 Gardens Hills ; u., mai ned De< i ;; I hs Mills Jewish Center t" H j Gannes son of Pr Abraham l' Gannes ol I Hills. 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Friday. December 17. 1965 hm\t fhrktinr Page 3-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Ecumenical Results Need Reviewing • JDITOR. The Jtwith Floridian: my ol if Jci-h leader beguiled by thc-r own n m accepting as exon ni I BthoHC pronounce oncernftng the how and ii ili.ith This man Hied : g tWO tOtVft against ob;<• conditions in the Tern I his day. creating un lerious diaturbanesjs rtainly l"d to pillage and led lo a massacre time .it the hands of the rdians (John ~ 13 it> 121 lesoi responsible for the led m I.uke 1.1 1 he thai first terroristic raid'' lii re thai Galileans, men province, ova killed by ud their sacriflcas The %  >• de there WSS in hil sedition murder and lohn lb 4(1 I.uke 2.1 191 In which of theie could not Jems be inculpated, the fact* being openly nd truthfully protented? Sedition is certainly spelled out when Pilate dared ask a multitude of Jerusalemites if they wanted the release of "the King ot the Jews" (John 18:39). The Nazerene asked his followers to arm themselves at all costs, and they offered bloody resistance when Jesus was taken in custody (Luke 27: 34, 49-50' In spite of the cry that Jesus was "innocent," the Gospels closely scrutinized spells out acts which were criminal under any code. Whj do we have lo apologise lo in) om for what happened lo Jesus? Th< facti even aa offered in the Nev. Testament, sre wfficlenl l> condemnatory of ibe Natarene The lati i atholic council has been leading us up a blind alley. I shkol Feeling Good: Eves Return to Helm and we have lo go hack shame descendants of the two trlbei of faeedly the waj we came In it~ Bphraim and sfenashe. decree exhorted followers that In In the Ixtok written by the late catechetical work or In preaching president of Israel Yitzchak Hen they do no! teach anything Z\i. "Nldcbei Yisraet," or the • hat is inconsistent with the truth ''Banished of Israel," he has a of the Gospel." That 'truth'" may \ery Illuminating chapter on the he questioned, and by it we are Samaritans Ben-Zvl stales afol shown the door by which we en lows tere.l There are three family group A Christian lady in S letter to in us The Family Al l'inafi origone of the nation's leading macs mate from the tribe >f Bphraim /ines 'Time. Nov 5) unwittingly The family of Sabahia originate points up the fane perpetrated by from the tribe of Meaashe The the Cnthrtrtc tflrt)lolans •Too sTT*XohaninT Family belong to the .lews are the children of those tribe of Levi (which was a direcl same lews.she writes, -who descendant of Aaron. Moses cry' out. "Lei His blood be on us rother ') and on our children We Jews are no Utter off than before. I-*t us watt proudl) in our truth in God as it has been handed down to us 1 am the Ixird. and there i~ none else, there is no Clod l>c sides Me dsaiah 46:9). DAVID B TRYPHO Miami An added note wa in the year 1624, the ant of the Kohanim the title Of Kotien WS to i family of Le\ lt B the "Kolian Godol However this Mlial should not tarnish search done bj, Mr df our oldest li> Ii splinter group ol ant given "nat i. gi descendi xpired ind transferred He is : discreps %  j • i in-, reKll on xamptei f %  unt Jui MY SOC-'N Miami UTHORUID Diaim Sin ms r £HJjH HEARING AIDS A,l m I ••' STANLEY GOULD < 8 !WHR"a'rs' ,J Continued from Page 1-A s Party leader, in another "c-t to persuade the religious l cc to join the new coalition. "•<• NRP is a member of the 'going coalition which is now caretaker status ponding •( %  "nation of a new Government. Sources -aid Mr Shapiro • give Mrs Meir a definite hut ii was reported that of the religious bloc join coalition had Increased m vi and that a compromise > %  • lajnd f\ en i u religious ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! 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Page 12-B kniU flcrkiiftn Jfyar will include the Bar Mitzvah of David, son of Mr and Mrs Seymour BnKikmyer. 890 NE 168th St An eighth grade student at J F Kennedy Junior High, the cele brant will be honored at the Kid dush following the ceremony and OF GREATER MIAMI Proudly presents 3 Great Operas in all their brUUaj%tmagnificence for the 1966-66 Season ijeAewie SHNC0* *()%* i: t i\< •. >G'I MTIIC.I II0.1S on->': TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLY FOR MIAMI BEACH AUO. BALCONY Januory 27, 1966 FRANCO COHILLI %  •' Ct MM Sap**** ga> Catlf A mt i im l mm '*wr >**/•' iMl Mil C*M >tllB0 CC1JI 'rna Sue—** 0sme fttmrr II. mi II Trovatore by VtHi J4MIS M(CIUCKi Dmit Caaa'fy Auditorial* March 2) m*4 26, 1966 IVCMI MUl C*HIII %  -IIIH MM! • •" %  • and othen Curtain time 8 15 Miami Booth Aodiferiaai March 23, J966 -.< it* o a • %  %  -IK. Si .. MM S'-$II 'aim IICIIS *o '. i.MI Ml H.. fltapt Sr V — Ml t VIC Miaai lii •< "*• •*" "•" *>• Jl l4l • C 5 144 mi 0pn Cui'o 0"Kf Silt ill tICi't ••— !'•' ;•-, /. % % %  •• >HJ/ J" Ml' Tad Cyp.* Htwerd Serf IrfOa Harris •afcart Aaremi at a luncheon reception at the Ral moral in the afternoon. David is the grandson of Mr and Mrs. Max Rrookmyer. Miramax, and Mrs H Goldshlag. of New York. Roy Goldonborg Early morning services at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center on Saturday. Dec 18. will include the Rar Mitzvah of Roy, son of Mr and Mrs David Goldenberg. Third generation member of the Center, the celebrant is the grand son of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Jonas Members of the Center since it was organized 16 years ago. Mr Jonas is serving as its president for the third year. The Bar Mitzvah is an outstand ing student in Hebrew and public school, plays in the school band, and is active in sports. Mr. and Mrs. Goldenberg will host the Oneg Shabbat on Fridav evening in their son s honor. • • • Mouroon Foot Maureen Ix>u. daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph J Foos. 14802 NW 13th Rd will become Bas Mitzvah on Friday. Dec 17. at Beth Moshe Congregation An Oneg Shabbat in Maureen's honor will be bald following the services, in Popiel Social Hall Maureen is a student at Beth Moshe Hebrew School and is in the Junior Choir She is a mem her of Young Judaea Maureen attends Thomas Jefferson Junior High School and is in the seventh trade Grandmother. Mrs I.ily Foos of Miami, and grandmother. Mrs France! Roan of Coral Gables, will attend Saul Stain Bar Mitzvah "f Saul son "' Mr and Mrs Lwr Stein, 17KH SW 7tb si, will lake plao Saturdaj morning, Dee lKth. at Cot: Beth El Saul ian eighth grade stu ;it Citrus Grove Junior High am attends Beth El Hebrew School Jeffrey Goldman 1 n Saturda) morning Dec '.K. : lea Jeffrt \ ion ol Mr and Morton Goldman 1110 still water Dr.. will InBai Mitzvah at i i %  • pie Nei r.miid i harles is a student al Nautilus Junior High ami Temple Ner Tamid Religion School He is an athlete. His hobby LI breeding tropical fish, and he plays several instruments Reception and luncheon will be Friday. December 17, 1965 held after the services at the Balmoral Hotel Nail Martin Neil Martin SOU of M and Mrs. I, i..me Brown will becoOM Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. :vc ,8 at pic vi.ith Veshunin Neil is in the eighth :le of ohn F Kennedy Junioi High He i ., member of the Toi Baaeball i.eague and plays laxoph ne in the school band Rll hobbj La collectMiIsiacli stamps and coins After his Bar Mitzvah he plans to continue in the uraduatinR cla*s of the Hebrew School Following services. Mr and Mrs. Continued on Following Page Ninth Annual Membership Subscription Series COMMUNITY CONCERT ASSOCIATION Presents Six Outstanding Musical Events for the 1965-1966 Season. Featuring Top Ranking Symphonies & RecitalitU Tuts., Jan. 11th: DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Sit*n Ehrlmg. Conductor Toes., Feb. 8th: ANDRE' WATTS, Pianist Tues., Fb. 22nd: CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Jran Mj't.non Conductor Mon., Mar. 14th: MONTE CAR10 NATIONAL ORCHESTRA Paul Pif-. Conductor Wihil Block P.ano SolOttt Sun., Apr. 3rd: JAMES 0UVER BUSWEU IV, Violinist Sot., Apr. 16th: FRANCES YEEND, Soprano Fro „. \„ CHARLES K.L DAVIS, Tenor ""Sgg" RESERVED SEAT MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY Orchtr. $12.50; SHOO; $10.00 (Llmitod Availabilit> Or.ii Circla $12.50 and $1.00 (Limited Availability) Balcony: $1.00 and $5 00 FOR THE ENTIRE SERIES OF SIX CONCERTS ADMISSION TO SINGLE EVENTS WILL NOT BE SOLO ALL CONCERTS AT 8:30 P.M Miami Baach Municipal Auditorium For Subscription* Sand Chock or Monty Ordar to: Community Contort Attociation. Int. 1413 Alton Rood — Room 200 — Phonos: 530-3121. 538-5456 Miami Boach, Florida 33139 j SANTA MARIA SAILS THE SCENIC SUNSHINE ROUTE PORT EVERGLADES TO SPAIN AND PORTUOAL 27-day Voyage includes colortul Island ports, romantic Spam, and 7-day %  stopover at Lisbon. Cruise the balmy Southern Route The beauti^t TT!^ ag c h P San IM AM,a, CA THI IHX MANITIMI BuilDiNa •aiK w HI MIAMI rioaiOAinai % MOMJ w III IHI i' H



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December 17, 1965 imitf tkrkUftr Page 3-B X KOSHER MORRISOiVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 .vhite carnations in white bird cages W with white cloths and red napkins ntr bandstand decorated in red ve! I white satin set the color scheme for a s complete sellout of its fifth an• Ball last weekend at the Fon Hotel. In photo at left are Mr. and Mrs Baron de Hirsch Meyer with their guests at the function, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin. In to at nqht arc William Weintraub (left and Mrs. Weintraub far right chatting w'th Mr. and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, chairman and cochairman of the stellar function, which attracted some 800 persons. Pioneer Women In Varied Events K esldenl ol W •• • •'.. t'lui) l hai it I inttkj latke partj to i uesdaj. H i> in at %  lun^arian Raetaurant, • ton Awe Tinevening %  candlelightlng cei i musical program 2 w ill hold it i regular Wednesday evening at id Center, MWashing with President Mrs Ida ducting the meeting • ie in honor of Jewish Month will follow the bus enda • • • Metr Chapter Mrs Una ham Seltzer, pre ident, will meet on Wednesday, 1 p.m., at Wash ington Federal 1234 Washington Ave Business agenda will include a discussion on Mil acles An I and Contemporary" bj Mrs Nathaniel Soroff. cultural < nan man. and MlSS t h.iiwi It/h.i.ik. vis itoi from Israel Second half of the meeting, chaired bj Mrs William Beckwith, past president, will IKtaken up with a talk on "The Gains and Yal ue oi .i Dedicated Membership" bj Mrs Meyer (Cahn, vice president ami membership chairman it Tylers Restaurant 1526 Ponce de Leon Hhd at l p m MiSonia Plotkin, group founder and present membership chaim will present %  musical program A new Pilmstrip." Progress Through Education." wil' bo shown Mrs Moses Meyer, vice president of i ouncil, is advisor t" the group Florida Senior Citizens Florida Senior Citlxens will meet Wednesday, p.m., at 429 Lenox Ave tor a Chanuka part) Meyer Isenberg will speak on "Chanuka < 'andles Coral Gables Chapter iing it-membership tea on USY ftSWAl hold Wed Remember how good bread used to taste? August Bros. still does! AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Adath Yeshurun Chanuka Party Hi Edward rescher, chairman, Temple Adath Veshurun Youth lion, announced %  SY i hanuka Festival to be held at the Temple on Sundaj at 7 p m Th m will include a [ilm, The Pi Silenci i andle hiii reremoi and \ lers 13 through 19 invited I • ol the pro are Mrs Elaine Skupp, ad \ ISOI Bonae ( hapU i Juniei S^ Max Weits Isoi Ruach Veshurun Senioi USY. AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! SWISS KNIGHT puts the Ungy big wheel flavor of Switzerland's finest Gray t;t Cheeie in handy toil-wrapped slices and wedges Wonderful for lunch, racks, Gtbr CK**> Ca. Inc.. H.1 @ KOSHER and PAREVE The perfect Margarine for the Jewish home. Certified kosher and pareve Mule from highlyunsaturatcd corn oil and other vegetable oils. Contains no milk Of animal fat Can be used in diets where milk is restricted Vitamin* A and D added. Spreads smooth ice-cold M.i\ be kept in free/er Sold at neighborhood food stores. A fine product of The Miami Margarine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.



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Page 14-D • An tsii fkridiair, Friday. December 17. 1965 Fashion Guild Installs Officers Men's Fashion Guild of Grei mi installed Jaj K pres nt tor 1865-68 recentl) ;' annual beefsteak dlnnei .it the i intainebleau Hotel More than 200 Guild members, nployee* and guests attended the tit. v. h uh was highlighted bj eaentati ol cheeks im the Uni.t> of Miami scholarship fund id donationto charitable oranisatieau Donatieoi and grants tin' <;itiid since itfounding In %  47 now total $66,000 Other officer* installed at the dinner were vice presidents, Harold Goldberg and Al Ledina; urer Al Leslie. Hoard of director* inctodea In g Berlin, Larry Hoffman. Joe I mn. Al /alilo. K.dgar Greenk Henry Steig, Joe Fetnetein and Jules Gillette, honorarj lifetime (tout The Guild aformed 18 years .mil Is composed el 30 retail weai -torein the Create) mi an %  Theme of this yeai nnu festiTJ • aMiami Beach's 50th anniversary Guests donned white aprons ami chefs hats foi I he cocktail part) and diiinoi Dr. Wolf son Heard in Series Ir Abraham Wolfson "ill di, .-i ho Human Bodj ItWonders and Its Care every Thnrs da\ diirinj nccomlxT from 10 '" 12 noon in tlM Wi.-hini.ton Federal laMaMortan, 1SN WaaMBgaan Vve., bafaN the Sptoeau Forum for Adult Fducahon LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Morton Towers chairmen of the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign check over the program for a special showing of the featured film. Let My People Go." Left to right are Abo Solosko Samuel Norkeen and Morris Minov. The film was scheduled at Morton Towers. 1500 Bay Rd at the South Patio on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Let My People Go is a documentary on the establishment of Israel as a Jewish homeland. FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS' Arts League Honors Hoberman Louis Hoberman, Surtstte Coun cilman, received the annual ci tation i> i e s e n t e d bj Ihe Mi ami Beach Music and Arts League fur outstanding contributions during the past in yean t" thcultural life of Greatei Miami Beach." Vward was made on Saturday ing at tindinner dance and show .tt the Carillon Hotel, and president-elect, Boris M Grabei ainstalled ith other off! c-erl>> Metro Mayor flunk Hall, who .ohd amaster oi rrmnmn lea An honorary life membership was presented to Or. Arluri di Fillippi. director of the Miami Opera Guild, for "high standards of his opera productions in Greater Miami," and a special Plaque was presented to Herbert H. Robbins. e*ecutive direct or of the Carillon Hotel, for "contributions to the League." U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper and Miami Mayor Robert Kino; High made the presentations. Councilman Hnberman is pre-, entlv a board member of the League, and -.fved previous!, jv executive secretary; and vice pre>ident He ialso president of the Surfside Music Society, and a member of the City of Miami Beach executive committee for the annual Festival of Arts. He ana respon sibia for inti oducin*. the original concert series in North Miami Beach, now an annual series sportMired li> that ot\ IN THE COUNTY JUOOE S COURT IN >NO FOR OAOE COUNTV FLOH O* IN P M i • %  %  %  • %  .it-i .i. .-prt%  heassrhia '> < %  \\, .\,; |. I.I V. ,-|| M;| >'-• n ... %  %  • • I .\ I • w .\.. >.. i I.I v.: i %  • %  w U.TRRfl M< •• 'in A %  • KSZO \ %  %  %  ... tor IX H UK r .\ i IN THE COUNTV JUOOE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROGATE No WOO B IX II 11 w 11 • I: i MIX riCE TO CREDITORS • I %  llav%  1 W III.I MN %  .. > i %  • I I Inured i...t..i ,.t \i i .i Ind i Ml H \> \ i %  %  I % %  > V vi I i I. .S>l r %  \ <• %  V NOTICE L NDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .< %  %  ] %  • ourA %  • V%  1 VI. II II SKI NOTICa OF SUIT IN THE C RCl.lT COURT OF THE .ENTM JL DIC'AL CIRCUIT OF f LORiDA IN AND FOR DADECOLNT> NCHANCER>. NO asctsaii •. %  i %  SUIT FOR O VORCE r< lOKKl • KltVn -in.\ Inrtl %  • con • \ .... %  %  i • -i ill .1 f \ %  41 %  ... I'RKTI \M' NK M N ... i 'i nst, M 1 • i %  n I %  • n-. r. .1 Bssttnal • .!• I I lusin % %  1 1 l.lvT'll l-.M v\ I i -in i. i i..'.. • reami ri-.li R) v \.i Vrfe (r ^H JAY KAISft Barbecue Square Dance Barix-cue dinner was on the menu foi the Eleanoi R evell Chalpter, B'nai B'rith Women. squHre dance hi Saturday I p m al the < B S R 8801 SW 120th St SHOP EARLY MAIL EARLY USE ZIP CODE j IB \ • f _i— cAL^. jfftf FLORIDA'S PIONEER ALL-STEREO STATION 1 > NOW IN OUtf # 4th YEAR DAY mmm 6:00 A.M.'lo 1:00 I M. s u '* (. INTMRUPTID ONLY THREE TIMES AN HOUt NEWS ON THk? HOUR



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Friday. December 17 1965 Lut ihgiij-tr Page 5-C B Jews -. ::.ior on the sacred qrojnd cmon !" the millions of Jews throughout the of Mount Zion in Jerusalem to join in prayer world sot to mark the Chcnuka festival %  Shofai ;s sounded to anno%  • the lighth the first cand'.e or. Satu • •• %  Year ol n re. They wil] be night i Vel I'..:f und in the collections of Pnnress Helen Bonaparte, "f Greece; New York'j % %  i Nelson V Rockefeller; PaMo Casals; Marlem Dietrich and those of the late Dr Oiaim tVeismaan rlrat President of Israel; and the lat.' Mrs } leaner Roosevell me." iys Bakon, "art La a way t>f relig ious expression, even if the artist hinwlf i, not swan .: il Eva >ation of art is A variation on Hi" ti of God We as human beings are no' whole but • %  itrive f<.unity All forms of art are an attempt to achieve this integrit) so t>iat under (tanding one's own art daepi} gives an insight into oCner art forms, even though the Ui-hnical i>r blenu are different These an aome • f the tl ing Yehuda Bakon tries t.' .\; Lain to his Students These are some of •he things reflec.ed >" his art CHCNUKA GREETINGS PUBLIC CAS CO. 5325 N.W 77th Ave. Ph. 887 0271 Miami, Florida SERVING SOO'M FLORIDA FOR OVER 25 YEARS JIWIIS SUVfl WORKS Of AIT F •A INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1228 lincoln Rd Miami Beach f. SCHORR %  •>• Pksaa Jf 1-102$ Rrt.fefW* f•* it 4 2503 i CRiSSY'S WINDOW CRANING CO. — Office Buildings Hotels Motels Phone 94'-0323 17070 CoJ'.os Avenu* Miami B>ach To Our Friends in the South Florida Jewish Community We Extend Our Best Wishes for A HAPPY CHANUKA VIENNA & WiLNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. "hone FR 1-6551 2181 N.W. ICth Avenue TO ALL GREETINGS STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. 1853 West Avenue Miami Beach. Fla PHONE JE 1-0481 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL HOME OWNERS LOAN CORP. MORTGAGE LOANS Triangle Building 595 N.W. 91 si St., Miami Ph. 757-4955 CORAL CHEMICAL COMPANY CHEN \l / Di! : ro 970 West 23rd Sfr-e! Dial C87-3558 Hialeah GREET.'iGS ^ALrvcf 16 Miracle Mile Coral Gables Ph. 445-7737 EXQUISITE FURS HANDBAGS SUPERIOR STYLING ACCESSORIES The Ultimate In Custom Dry Cleaning Fur Storage The Golden Gate Hotel EXTENDS CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL 19400 COLLINS AVENUE Wl 7-4411 Miami Beach HENRY S G?EE\BAUM MR and MRS SIMON SfNKOVIC & FAMILY CONTINENTAL JEWELERS %  '"} Representatives a-d Wholesale Jewelers 232 Seybold Building FR 3-0156 Miami HAFPY CHANUKA TO ALL DUBROW'S LINCOLN CAFETERIA 330 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH HAFPY CHANUKA TO ALL WHITEHALL KITCHENS, l\C. 1095 East 27th STREET, Hialeah Ph 696-4821 HOLID/ W. CARROLL WMLS0S 15450 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph 685-2962 HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM Uncle Eric's Happy Town fh Stare Where "tie Unusual it Usual Imported and Domestic T*yt 2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd Coral Gables Phone HI 4-0470 REST WISHES ?C* CHANUKA A.II.C. IIAIIBATOK SERVICE REPAIRED RECORED 6200 N W 27th AVE Ph OX 1-2221 AY OREL' : Mi If if ij t tl ti i r S I a I i s 1 H 'OK YOUR N t w HAIR writ M0 7-2213 1561 Sunset Dr., C.G. (Near Red Rd.) : .ends and Pet: ?:-.s Greetings CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 5301 NW 37th AVE. Phone 633-0116



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Page 2-A > %  knistfkridtw Friday. LV;\l.Yk '-'--\ LOUIS SNITMAN JACK SHAPIRO JAMfS AlBHT Beth Sholom to Celebrate 23rd Anniversary on Beach CCA MttSIDtHT TO $MA MGE M-A Temple Beth Sholom. of Miami, Beach, will celebrate its 23rd anniversary this weekend with a serifs of events highlighted by the i visit here of the national president of the Central Conference of 1 American Rabbis WOmt ftS ACTIVITY $K. • and will remain here to attend the 33rd anniversary dinner dance at th Americana Hotel on Sunday night. Habbi Sanford Seltzer, exeeutixo director of the Southeast Region of the I'nion of American Hebrew Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein. of, Congregation-, also will represent Chicago, will join Rabbi I-eon the national leadership of the R< Kroni-h, of Temple Beth Sholom. form movement at the anniversary spiritual leader of the Beach syna celebration.-. gotue almost since its inception. President 1-ouis K Snetman and at special Krida> night services The CCAR president will deliver a sermon on rededication, Parkinson Foundation Women's Division of the Parkin Foundation was to meet at Deauville Hotel on Thursday 230 p.m. dinner chairman. James Albert. atraaaad that there will lie no fund-raising or lormal speeches ;it the ilmncr Cantor David Com will present •> medlej of Chanuka songs, and stars of the Roosevelt Playhouse oi Miami Beach will en tin. A it* piece orchestra will accompanj the entertainers and pU) lor lour hourof (lancing James Knopke, arrangements tion ajarki the pilanlnation of %  comprehensive development pro sjjraai launched > the Libenal con MI i uplinat 4144 Qkase we Mi inti leach, m 1SW during "10th aiinivei-.ii> vem The synagogue was termed by a handful of Beach residents and uintei visitor* m 1JM^. *>" after ihe t niu 3. the gold domed sanctu | ary was begun as part of an overUU urehitcctufal plan to be com pleted within 10 vears. By the High Holy Days of 154. services were held in the new Beth Sholom. even though the sanctuary was not complete. As the membership climbed to 600 and then to 700, the congregation purchased a small house just north of the sanctuary on Chase Ave. That in turn was torn down to make way for a new religious school. With the Temple Beth Sholom membership passing the 900 fain ily mark, a community house, an auditorium, executive office, youth lounge, art gallery and other features of a S1.2SO.000 physical plant were added. Within the past year, the con\~WL7R1LESSINGS ALONE I WON'T REBUILD ISRAEL! I bet o sole ISIAEl BONO will' bu.ld Israel owe' make it I economically itrettg. j %  ri ;ation landscaped its property mi lamed Arahau Gaafraa Kd and ., BlbMaaJ garden at the oUifl ellUaJToday, Wltll meiii!>er-hip ol ..p P'o.xiinateh 1.000 families, run pie Beth Sholom offers a conjure hensive religious, cultural and edu cationaj program for all of itmember-, from three year oldin nurseo school lo itnJor citizenIn addition to Snetman acon gregation pre president i, M man and Brat.-.. Jack Shapiro. 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nciay, December 17. 1965 /fH //• fhrHirtr Foae 13-C larvelous Story of the Maccabees wu a • H921. the war was over, but hundreds of thousands of Jews stern Europe still faced hunger and disease. The Joint Hbbibuhon Committee rushed relief, medical supplies and rehabilitation aid. Above is Milk Station 10 somewhere in Eastern Europe "for children only." Below, in more recent yean, a young Jewish mother, holding her undernourished child, reports to a JDC Milk Station in Casablanca for her quoin of milk. By ETHEL L. LEVEY pACH year since It was pub!" lished ami thortly before Chanuka, 1 reread 'Mj Glorious Brothers." Howard Past's marvelous story nf the Maccabees 1 (in 10 because it has the faculty of reminding me <>f ideas that 1 am apt to forget as 1 forge my waj from kitchen t<> meeting to lecture to bri<• barricaded by the general nils behavior and orneriness of human beings. The Maccabees for sure never started OUI to IKanything but a peaceful family, minding their own business The) ended up fighting a twenty year war, a full scale war, with at li BBt twelve major battles and as mar ly as can IKdetermined, some three hundred and forty finir minor sorties Would you call that the pursuit of peace? Guerilla Warfare And what a war' It was a war filled w.th "firsts" at least for Judea It may have been the first time that a Jewish family appeared as a unit to do battle. tad what kind of battle'.' The first Greek phalanxes advancing on right and left flanks, the first catapults must have taught them a fearful lesson and the first Syrian mercenaries caught them nizingly unready But, led byContinued on Page l 5-C BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA BBLBMA i.vr. LADIES DRESSES 2822 N. MIAMI AVE. Dial 373-9725 IBEIEMA S KERN. President A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL AMERICAN EXTERMINATORS MIAMI MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-6140 GREETINGS FROM It. J. Ill KIS lltO> WOHkS 1350 N W 21st TERRACE NE 3-3483 HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL THE HUNTINGTON BUILDING 1M S.I. lit Street • Miami, Florida CONVINIINT DOWNTOWN OFFICES f.r rtOfESSIONAl and BUSINESS MEN YEAR-ROUND WEATHER CONDITIONING CAU JEN MBA 0 Iff tiff. INC. Extends to All Their Friends and Customers A Very Happy Chanuka 2500 N W 5th AVENUE Phone 635 3839 Samuel Sommcrs (Pres ) *h, gsg Management Company FR 1-3592 REALTORS 234 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. Fla. GREETINGS TIP FREEMAN'S PAINTINGS PICTURE FRAMING large Selections of Oil PAINTINGS & PICTURE FRAMES 732 MJ. 79th STREET Phone PL 4-8221 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL ASK FOR msmpme BAKERY division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC. 532-4445 MIAMI SANATORIUM AND NEUROLOGY INSTITUTE FOR TREATMENT OF NEUROlOGlCAl and PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESSES ALCOHOL and DRUG HABITATION 1 A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS OF LEADING NEURO PSYCHIATRISTS PRIVATE ROOMS • CAPACITY LIMITED • RATES ARE FLEXIBLE ,783. N.E. Miami Ct. PL 7-1824 or PL 4-5354J BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS North Miami General Hospital 375-BED Community-Oriented Hospital 1701 N.E. 127th Street North Miami, Florida Ph. 757-6281 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA "QUALITY EDUCATION" SCHOOL AND SUMMER CAMP HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL LET US CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY OR RECEPTION OUR SPECIALTY eye catching, delicious hot hors doeuvres cold hors d'oeovres. Also cold cut trays of endless variety. Comrsherf and De coroftd to Sotisfy the Most Discerning Gturmtt CHIPPY'S Give us a call — we'll do the rest. Ph. 446-7031 101 Miracle Mile OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Under New Management 1250 20th Street, Miami Beach JE 4-2194 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL TartaU s OPA-I M KA IMM (,S 400 Opa-locka Blvd. Phone MU 1-3122 BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA BAtSBOW KNIT SHOP 218 Andalusia Ave. Coral Gables 5810 Sunset Drive South Miami HOLIDAY GREETINGS LUCILLE R. BRUNNER REALTOR 16348 W. Dixie Hwy. Wl 7-2567 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL TROPI-TEX FABRICS OF MIAMI, INC. 23 N.E. 25th STREET FR 3-2156 M GOLDBERG, President mone fl 8-1865



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