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

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

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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volu.r 15 Number 39
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 28, 1962
Nine Sections Price 52.03
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ROSH HASHONA 1962-63
Cordial New Year Greetings


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Friday Ser ... I
Strickland Case
Will Go To
Supreme Court
( : t Ju Pat unnon
issued i i rde Vloi
the Metro Commission from inquir-
ing further int i that >uih
N,:; -li: Jud) e Edv. in Str eklai I had
made anti Semitic remarks in h
courtroom
Count> Atturncj Darrey Davis
earlier this month put <>lf ;i con
tinned hearing into the ease until
last Tuesday, but Judge Cannon's
injunction won for Judge Strick-
land at least a temporary postpone-
ment
A Miami Senior High School
teacher. Marvin L Cohen, declar-
ed that on June 8 he appeared in
Judge Strickland's court on a min-
or traffic violation, and pleaded not
guilty. Cohen alleges thai Strick-
land retorted: "You Jews are the
same; 90 percent plead not guilty."
The traffic charge was subse-
quently dismissed, but Cohen
pursued the matter and pressed
for an inquiry ir.to his allegation
of Judge Strickland's anti-Semit-
ism. It was at this point that
Dav's and the commission enter-
ed the case. Milton Ferrell, at-
torney for the South Miami jurist,
said that although the Home Rule
charter provided for ousting a
iui-'ge, it makes rj provision for
administering oaths, giving no-
tice, aed conductive, a hearng.
I Cannon he
, ihe Chit i Justici ol Ihe
emi to assign
an i hear
ii
I K Dade county
on the i
Da' ,- id hen 'untj
,-. mmii ed me to conduct
an investigation and report, and
lhal all l di The) delegated me
1! there were sufficient
. to warrant their investl
ti.in "' He stressed that the com-
mission's hearing up until this point
was never intended to be a removal
hearing.
Cantor Deutsch
Due at Flagler
Cantor Rudolph Deutsch will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy at High Holy Day services
oi Plagler-Granada Jewish Center
Cantor Di utsch is a native ol
Wil P n c< ived his
Hebraic and d training in
Bro more. Md.
and can-
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IRVINE SPEAR
Spear Named
Prosecutor Here
Irvine C. Spear has been appoint-
ed prosecuting attorney of Surfsi It
by the Town Council.
A member of the Miami Beach.
I jade. Florida and American Bar
Assns Spear is a graduati
University ol Penns) !\ an
i ei\ ed his law degri e 1: om
pers Universal) in New Jerse; \\
Rutgers he was assoc iate ed I
thi Rutgei i Lav Re' 'v
i ii torian of hi;
y in civic
ernal i
an r of Nor
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A Miami man being p .
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training courses following com-
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basic military training at Lackland
AFB, Tex is Airman basic Leslie
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Kodi.sh will attend a con:-.
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Amarilla AFB. Tex. He is a
graduate of Southwest Huh
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tfos/j Hashona to be Ushered in Friday Evening
q eater Miami will usher in the High Holy Days with evening
f commencing Friday at sundown. Rosh Hashona services
Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 29 and 30. which signal th< arrival
I the Hebrew Year 5723. The High Holy Days, known as "Yomim
,,.- or "Days of Awe.'' will also be marked by Yon: Kippur, or
of Atonement. This holiest of observance begins al sundown
Sundaj evening, Oct. 7.
The intervening Sabbath between Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
mowi as "Shnbbat Tsiliuvah' the Sabbath ol Repentance, Some
and Reform congregations will observe Rosh Hashona on Pri-
',, evening and Saturday only.
Hashona will be ushered in
"congregation Be*h El, 5(H) SW
,, on Fridaj at 5:45 p.m
and Sunday services are
for 7:30 a.m. and 5 45
: i Solomon Scruffs ser
on the firsl morning will
\. ,i Year or Another Year.'"
il. second morning, "Re-
k< ep Our Resolutions "
ngn gational services will

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CANDUUGH7ING TIMl
29 Elul 5:56 p.m.
Saturday and Sun lay
a. m and nursery
:. available for chll-
I
I S*nai of North Miami.
i usher in
evening services tor ; p m
urday services, first day oi Rash
Hashona, will begin .it 30 a.m..
with Rabbi Norn,an \ Shapiro
n plannc i for '. i 45 a m and
evening services al 6 p.m Musi-
on Friday al 8:15 cal portion of all services will be
"Displac chanted b> Cantor William W. Lip
veri Ibj Rab- son. Sunday schedule starts at
I Lowj Services on j io a.m with Shofar services al
schedi i d ft r 10 15 g 30 .. m and Rabbi Shapiro's ser-
wy will preach men at 11:45 a.m.
1 an '' P-m, special services for students will
I be .'induct- bl. h(.,(j throughout the holiday sea-
music for the lln:h
SOU at Befh Kodesh Congregation,
renden Can- ,,,,, su ,2(h ave Rabbi Max Sha-
1 ''' ,n''l:' piro will officiate, and Cantor Fred
u,>'1 Bernstein will chant the liturgical
portion of all Rosh Hashoi .
Temple ices to be ushered in on Fnda>
-. Washington ave., evening at 6 p.m On Saturday and
Ri -: Hashona Sundaj morning services begin at
Hirsch Adler b a.m The theme for Rabbi Sha-
piro's sermon both day- will Tor
trait of a Community."
Temple Zion, 5720 SW 170l St .
usher in the Rosh Hashona
las with services on Friday at
6 p m Rabbi Alfred Waxman's
sermon during Saturday morning
- u hull start at 8 a.m.. will
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and 7 '..' !' i'i Rabbi
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with Cantor Louis
al por
. ...;. i \i ning sen i< 1 s
M p.m, The sermon dur
morning sen -
stari at i 30 a m will
j at our 'Selves Ad-
services will be held at J
s mdaj morning sen ic< s.
m. will include a sermon
adii i and Failing in Four
I imi nsions
Beth David Congregation, 2025 SW
vi ha- scheduled Friday
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Evening services will be held at
6 p ill. Sunday morning services,
at 8 a.m.. will include a sermon
r>n "Walking Together Through
. the Paths of Life." Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes will render the musi-
cal portions ol the liturgy.
Frida> evening services at Beth
Jacob Congregation, 30-311 Wash-
ington ave.. Miami Beach, will ush-
er in the Rush Hashona services at
fi p m "The Lost and the Found"
will be the topic of Rabbi Tibor
stein's sermon on Saturday, with
services scheduled for 8 a.m. and
ri p.m. Services on Sunday will
again be at 8 a.m and t; p.m., with
Rabbi stern'- sermon in the morn-
ing mi "The Blowing of the Shofar
-The Sound of Life." Lituryical
portions "f the weekend services
will he chanted by Cantor Maurice
Mamches
"The Coming Triumph of Juda-
ism" will he Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard's sermon topic during
service- i n Friday e\ ening, 8 15
p m in Temple Beth Am, 5958 N
Kendall dr., So Miami Hsh
Hashona services will continue on
Saturday, 10 a.m.. with Cantor
Charles Kodner chanting the musi-
irts ol Ihi | ign ms Morn-
si rmon will be "Judaism as a
rsal Religion." During fam-
ily services at 2 p in.. Rabbi Raum-
ard's sermon topic will he "Dia-
monds from the Coal."
Flagler-Granada Jewish Common-
ity Center, 50 NW 51st pi., will hold
Friday evening Mincha services at
5 45 p m Rosh Hashona services
will start at 8:30 a m Saturdaj
morning Rabbi David Rosenfeld -
sermon at n 15 a m. will be on
"Peace" Sunday morning services
v ill start at 8:30 a.m.. followed at
11:15 a.m. by a sermon on "Sho-
far." Mincha services are schedul-
ed for both evenings at 5 15 p m
Cantor Rudolph Deutsch will chant
thi liturgical portions of ail serv-
ic< -
Rabbi Morton Shalowitz will be
officiating spiritual leader during
Rosh Hashona services at Congre-
gational Yehudah Moshe, 13630 W
Dixie hgw., with Cantor Maurice
Neu chanting the liturgy, assisted
bj the choir. The High Holy Days
will be ushered in at sundown on
Friday. Saturday services will be
held at 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m..
and ajjain on Sunday morning at
8:30 a.m.
Rush Hashona services at Temple
Judea, 320 Palermo ave. Coral
Cable-, will be enhanced by a pro-
fessional choir under the direction
oi Barnett Breeskin. conductor ol
' the Miami Beach Symphony. Rab-
bi Mordecai Podel and Cantor H.
Richard Brown will officiate at
Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m
Saturday and Sunday morning serv-
ices will be hi id at 10 a.m.. with
children's services scheduled for
Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
Rosh Hashona services will be
held simultaneously at Coral Way
Jewish Center, 8755 SW 16th St.,
and Dade County Auditorium on
Friday evening at 5:45 p.m.. and
again on Saturday morning at 8
a.m., and in the evening at 5:45
p.m. Rabbi Samuel April's ser-
mon at the early service will be
"The Woman Speaks Out'Bore-
dom. Loss of Respect'." Sunday
morning services at the Auditor-
ium will start at 7 a.m., and at
the Center bldg.. at 8 a.m. Rabbi
April's sermon will be "The Men
Reply'Chained, in Debt. Trap-
ped'." Cantor Gershon Levin will
chant the liturgical portion of all
services,
The theme of Rabbi Leon Kron-
en's sermons during Rosh Hashona
services at Tempi" Beth Sholom,
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r = pTl'ON RTES:
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'
The Outgoing Year 5722 in
n
kj'
What was the outgoing Hebrew Year 5722 thai the v:c:ld he nearly jhio"d JJjJjJ
image was a world yet to be.
like? It was a year like ether years, but with
these difierences:
gill in Buenos Aires and the youth terrorized by
" .___ ...ut >\^a-r tnrmentors
aid bill that economic assistance would be de-
nied any nation whose laws tend to discriminate
against our citizens on the basis of race or re-
ligion; to urge the Kennedy Administration to
take more positive measures in the matter of
fulfilling the President's 1960 campcign promises
concerning peace in the Middle East: to amelio-
the kind of atmosphere that motivate : the
U.S. delegation at the United Nasion to -9
occ id Israel-Arab peace talks; to
into a reexaminc: on oi :
particularly cs jl rel
11 : er.
New York Rep
nq the closing days of
lo President Kenr.e:
Israel is the only democi
Id being denied the 1
jn arms in self-defense. I:,
que to millin
. Cairo President Nasse.
wly-acquainted Soviet jets. tan.
ma: c: missiles, and promisee .: uii
be used -- one final round against Israel.
For the Jewish community of Greater M
what did 5722 bring? The outgoing ':
i mecnt big things, particularly in the
of civil liberties. In a sensational disclosure
Tccuara-prototype ganas what their tormentors
On the world scene. Jewish communities Wj &*,* they wUl reply: "It was m re Attorneys office of Richard E.
found themselves on the move onceoqa^ P for ^ deQ,h of Adoi{ Eichmann. ^J ^ ^ hcd
'hT^Mo^J far hena ^fe^^ Thus ended an earth-shaking case that be- ^ to the 1950 ,eorism
ed by the MoslemsJr bemg J0,h Iew>sh and ^ whgn ^^j lted P Qt ^ ^ q{ ^
European, left their^g!""^1 ns^nphrm*bdy Lrmanr. out ci Argentina to cause an m.erna- .rch one ot a tno oi me:; ,L ,
tens of thousands, abandomng P'ooerty^ bus ^nmanr1 y ^ ^.^ ^ whc ^^
^ittlC-^SaKl The^nd0^^^ras^ pUd/pr. 28 dynamiting of Anshe
S variety of welfare agencies, they would have that *^ ^serve a^ Congregate .
^Xlfway^ss the globe in South Amer, ^^tTt^^Z SENSATIONAL DISCLOSURES HERE
ca, particularly in Argentina, Jews there found ^ ^^ aaQmaX (he noisv mobs genera,ed by
themselves threatened as they had never been ^ o0.Fascist and neo-Nczi activities oi rejuv- erature found at his home, "stormt.-cope:
In addition to George Lincoln Rcc .-:.
memseives uuvunuwu "= "=> *"*" **""~ ".", ;t and neo-Nazi activities 01 rejuv- erature found at his home, "stormticope:
before in the Western Hemisphere. Outright ena)ed Sir 0swald Mosley in Great Britain dur- ua\s and general "Minute Man" gecr. also found
anti-Semitic attacks against them saw police and ^^ ^ of ^ Qrch nva] ^ uia.right-wmg- was c file on lews. Negroes, alleged Commun-
other government authorities only lethargically -a sensationai pians to assassinate a
government authorities only lemargicaiiy ^ Co[in Jordan. ists. and sensational pi
move to sque ch the outrages even as a re- world headlines were the fol- number of distinguished Greater Miami Jewish
spectable| number oi official statements were is- ^^J^^J^ ^ mdet ^ ^ ^ leaders. including States Attorney Gerstein,
sued deploring the attacks. parlance IszaeVs devaluation of the pound; himself.
rw Prime Minister Ben-Gurions diplomatic tour During 5722. Miami was also honored
beaten, and left bleeding on the streets. One counJes wihch un. with a vfsi, by Nazi Party Fuehrer Rockwell,
rout in Denmark, who came down personally "to investigate' the
young'girl, under twenty, had swastikas cut through the Scandinavian
into her breasts. /j-*~ *^ l&t^V*. Jews ineWcome .0 Is- Branch case. In a parallel occurrence, two
htnaWarele31Z SvnLoaues9and Jewish bu" ^a preceden.-making world conference on Nazis, who had arrived too late to picket a gather-
ness^ tes we bZ^^LdaLedandZ- Jewish education in Jerusalem, during which the ,ng here of the Congress of Racial Equality. p,c
SS4S^A^SoJ^S? '* Point was made that the study of Hebrew and keted the Florida office, of the AnU-Defamauon
nmnnLtinn Tnruara- became increasinalv 'he Bible remain the two most important links League instead. The duo: Roger C. Foss and
SazeTaTusing See?"fighTsCrd is^ng wT- between Israel and the diaspora; the return of Gene Shalander still doing time for the ruckus
ings in the name of all the anti-Semitic incidents Yossele Schumacher from his stay in Will- they raised on W Flagler st
that had thus far been perpetated. lamsburgh, Brooklyn, where he had been kid- In the closing hours of 5722. a South Miami
napped by presumably well-meaning relatives, judge, Edwin Strickland, won a temporary injunc-
en ut cni/ICT fllCfPI lATfflM on tne groun<^ ^o' his parents would not pro- tion denying the county commission the right to
ILtNl WVItl UMKimMnilvn y.de hjm with Q ..properly Orthodox" upbring- investigate charges that he had been guilty of
The Hebrew Year 5722, also like years past, ing; Israel's frustrated attempt to affiliate with making anti-Semitic statements in his courtroom.
saw continuing complaints lodged at the United the European Common Market. And Miami attorney Sidney Aronovitz. dis-
Nations and directly with the Soviet Union on And, to climax the year in Israel, another tinguished nephew of another distinguished
the increasing oppression the Jewish commun- front page story: the travels of one. Robert Sob- Aronovitz Abe was appointed to take up
ity there seems to be suffering. "Economic len. as a member of the Miami City Commission
crimes against the state" found an ever-length- where outgoing Vice Mayor Balaban will leave
ing number of Jews on the Communist list for yijf RlflMMNTS Of EXTRADITION off Oct. 1.
prosecution and punishment. To counteract the But if this was the sensational side of the
charges, the Russian masters angrily pointed to What is the Law of Return, and to whom ,ed |here were o(her eyents recorded perhaps
the intellectual Soviet elite, counting off the shall it apply? This is the legacy of the Sob-
Jews who have made a name for themselves in len case fr 5723. A convicted Communist spy,
the arts, sciences, and politics. 'he American psychiatrist jumped SI00.000 bail
To clinch their case, they named a Jew. in early July and fled to Israel Thus began wel, ab^ve 2QQ ,aunched anr s800.000 capital
Dymshits. as Soviet deputy premier, but remain- a three-nation ug of war. including the U.S fund driye tQ nd me Home.s nationaily.
ed silent when the challenging explanations Israel and Great Britain, in which there was much famous facilities. Under the aegis of the Greater
were raised by world Jewry in return: What quiet ^'P'0^-^^ name-calling in the Miami Jewish Federation, the Home moved quick
kind of Jews are they, these Russian Jews, who Press and on the iloor of the Congress,
have made it in the tricky twilight realm of the Prime Minister Ben-Gurion said the Law of
Kremlin? There was no answer needed. For. Return should not apply to men like Soblen. for
on the occasion of Passover 5722. the produc- B was never meant to be a sanctuary for crim-
tion of matzoh sharply curtailed, the Reds also inals- Ousted from Israel, Dr. Soblen made a
put an across the board ban on the shipment of American matzoh into the Soviet Union, while 'n9 him back to the U.S. Sirened off to a Lon- In' a heuit-warming and professionally precise
the Jewish "elite" there of course said nothing. ^on hospital on the way. he recovered, and acceptance address Sidney Lefcourt, newly
And. when one of their vaunted poets. Yev- ound himself refused urther return passage by elected president, told the community leaders
geny Evtushenko. made world headlines with sraeh baid the Israelis: We are not obligated gathered at the function that Miami Jewry's hoh-
his poem, "Babi Yar." in which he deplored the o extradite him or the British, who are hence- zons were brightening, and that the degree of the
systematic government plan to bury in oblivion forward his official caretakers brightness would depend upon them: "Our Fed-
the Nazi slaughter of a 40.000-strong Russian For a nation somewhat blunted to the f,n- eration must recover the orestiae which it former-
Jewish community during World II. there was er.es of international law where Adolf E.ch- ly had in this commiutv"declared Lefcourt,
silence again. *< concerned, this seemed excessive re- "and .0 regain it I believe we must revert to a
loreNevTrthPLqUeH10n( 0l Sbfen"s GX,radi" basis of honest values OuTFederation is com-
ON THE mUl SCENE ^^V^IT^^^ J->Y pendent upon yo^ on your in,,,
In Israel, the principal news, as in previous or in any country offering it to him Czecho5' your ,de?'ca"*- nd on your loyalty.
years, remained the fantastic progress being vakia was one such-Soblen found his possTbu' th f a *.- recrded were 9a,ns T" Mt
made by the young nation to upbuild its lands, ities exhausted and his emotions in lu f % Federation agencies here, including Mi-
natural resource., and industries. But other dition. An overdose of ^^161 KhtT ^'na' ^P^'- Greater Miami Jewish Commun
events took the lead on front pages of the press case to a close. nrougnt the ity Center, Bureau of Jewish Education. Jewisn
everywhere. What kind of year was the n,,t,n u ^oca,lonal Service. Jewish Family and Children*
In the outgoing Hebrew Year 5722. Adolf brew Year 5722 for American lewrv' h Service. and National Council of Jewish Wc
y. was all in addition to a host of
in smaller type yet of far larger positive con-
sequence. The Jewish Home for the Aged, mov-
ing to up its restricted bed capacity from 135 to
ly to gather the funds and launch the project.
THE MANY GAINS RECORDED
For its own part, the Federation emerged
Eichmann, notorious Nazi architect of the Ger- a year of continuing dedication
local organizations
man murder of six million Jews, went to the gal- endeavor throuqh the United Tew?^ ian,hr0P,c affiliated with a variety of civic, phfianthrc
rea J ~.v^. .... and cultural bodies rooted in national and I
cause-. 5^22 draws to a close
lows. He died shouting. "Long live Germany, reel Ecnds and other such agences Itw
Long live Argentina. Long live Austria." He year c: political concern as well .....l
t as easily have shouted: "I shall return." Ai
ugh
For, in effect, what he was a pre:
s a
hich
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Friday. September 28. 1962
+Je*ist thridtoil
Page 5-A
Rosh Hashona Opens Friday Evening
Continued hrmti ?*ge 3-A
.141 ( '. -e >'iami Beach.
HI i what is your Attitude?"
With '"r DT,V'1 Convtoer anri
the adull choir performing all mus
ica| 1 .us of the services, the
High H Days will be ushered
jn j. ever,mi at 8:15 p m.
T( pii
the W

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the sermon will be "To
Saturday morning's
15 a.m.. will be "To the
eople." j:; 1 "To Ethics
ty" will be the title on
9: IS i m. Children's
.11 be h tl l on Saturday
v nh Rabbi Kronish of
ssiste by Cantor Con
:.'- choir
I L ield iU of-
.i service.* "t
rael Congregation, 1415
Mi I h. assist-
Sell and a
with even
t 5 IS p ".
i at 8
and even-
h. Id al 5 IS
\: ir.ta na we Must
b ibi i hrfield's
Sund h nh services
a ::'
shona services ;it Tem-
ple Ac\ Yeshuron, 1025 NE Miami
by Cantor Saul Rashin, secretary
of Greater Miami Religious Zion-
ist Organization,
Beth Emeth Congregation, 12250
NE L'nd ave.. ushers in Rosh Ha*h
nna with services on Friday at 6
P m. During Saturday morning
services, at 8 a.m.. Rabbi Simon
will speak on
evening will be at 6 p.m.. and on | Cantor Harry Zaretsky and Abish
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, red in n Fri laj even-
n. Rabbi Jonah E Cap-
ri topic 'luring services
morning, s a m will be
Live" Evening serv-
held at 6:30 p.m..
Sundaj morning will
g am and Rabbi Cap
n will be on "Can Our
vive?" Cantor Morris
ill chant the liturgical
ill -ervicL-s. an I the Sho-
sounded by Lewis Good
- nday miming at 10:30
Beth Shirah, 11527 So.
. will hold Rosh Mash
I at the Cutler Ridge
i.nter. 20239 So. Dixie
ng on Friday evening at
"Beck ining Horizons''
their.-.- if Rabbi Morris
sermon, and the musical
the pr igrams will be
( i .' ;r Merman K
I the choir. Services
morning are sche luled
Si rmon will be "The
l r what."
- Israel Hebrew Institute,
. will usher in
Daj ices on Fridaj
Duri 13 5 a t u r d > y
ni< i v huh begin
Dr Isaac Hirsch Evei
on F >rgetting and Re
tin Sunday morning.
- sermon will be "Re-
- for Lite." Services
tied on both days in the
5 p.m. The ceremony
i will be held on Sun-
a procession leaving the
at 5 > p.m. Cantor Zvi
:i will ifficiate at the
y Day services. The
morning services for
tona, v*ill be conducted
April
VgeConfusion and Contradiction."
Services Sun lay start at 8 a.m.,
and Rabbi Aprils sermon topic
will he "How I i Preserve Our Cul-
ture." Cam r Hyman Fein will
rei ler the musical portions of the
I il II si rvices
l Richter's sermon
" rhe Gati s "t Re-
, servici I
evening, ,; p m al Dade Hv'jhts
Jewish Congregation, 1401 NW IS
..i I! llashoi ., sei. ici ^li!
nti Satui t I a. m
Srrmoi .ill be "1 Se k M;
ei ces an
-chedu 6 p m. "No
'. I the Ne' Yi i w ill be
Richter's serm i durii
.... 'ginning al 7 30
.'. ith evening services at 6
p m. Children's services and Tash
.nh will be held at 4 p.m.
Rush Hashona services at Beth
Torah Congregation, 1051 No Ml
will be conducted by Rabbi Max
A Lipschitz and chanted by Cantor
Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum and the
High Holy Day choir under the di
m of Miriam Doiuierstag Fri-
day evening schedule starts with
Mincha at 5:45 p.m followed by
Maariv at > p.m Saturday and
Sunday morning services --tart at
7 15 a.m., with evening services
at 6 p.m Rabbi Lipschitz will
present his sermon each morning
1 at 10 a.m.. the first to be "Pay-
mi; Kent for the Privilege of Liv-
ing." the second, "Docs Life Have
Real Meaning for You?" Sounding
of the Shofar will be Saturday at
10:45 a.m
Temple B'nai Sholom, 115800 NW
22nd ave., Opa-locka, will begin ob-
servance of Rosh Hashona on Fri-
day at 8 p m., with Rabbi S. Mach-
tei officiating, and Cantor Lester
Chananie chanting the services.
St rmon topic will be "How New is
the New Year"' Saturday morn-
iii- services will begin at 9 a.m.
Evening services are at 8 p.m.
'Source of the Evidence" will be
the subjeel of the earl> sermon
ai ,1 Planning the New Year" the
topic in the evening Sunday
morning services al 9 a m. will in-
clude a talk on "Abraham's Vis-
ion" bj Rabbi Machtei
Tif*re'h Israel Corgregation, 6500
No. Miami ave.. will hold
evening services at 6:"0 p m. Rosh j
Hashona services will continue on |
Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. At.
1! a.m.. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick
"ill speak on "Cheating in the
School of Life." S hofar will be
5 Space souned during the morning. Evening
services are scheduled lor 6.30
pm Second day of Rosh Hashona!
v ill he observed on Sunday start-'
ing 8 it a.m. "As Other- See Us"
will be Rabbi Wernick's 11 am
si rmon. to be followi I I y the
g services will be
I p.m Musical portion
nf the High Hi ly Day s will
be n ndere i by Cantai rl
G v.-
Scrvii
Tfilah,
Joseph Rackovsky's 10 a.m. Rosh
Hashona sermon will be "Sanctity."
Evening services are scheduled for
Friday, ,
o:4a p.m
followed by Maariv. Sun-
Early Friday evening services at
Temple Ner Tamid, 79th st. and
Carlyle ave., on Miami Beach, will
be at 6:15 p.m. Rabbi Eugene
Lubovitz will speak on "Fulfillment
day morning services will also start 10{ our 0wn Goals" during Rosh
Congregation 5eth
at 7 a.m., with a sermon on "Call
of the Shofar," slated for 10 a.m.
T'Kias Shofar is at 10:30 a.m. Music
will be at 5.45 p.m.
Rabbi Murray A Alstet will of-
ficiate at Beth Raphael Congrega-
tion, 139 NW 3rd ave.. on Friday
evening. 15 p.m.. at services open-
ing the Rosh Hashona observance.
Saturday and Sunday services are
scheduled at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. On
the first day. Rabbi Alstet's ser
mon ipic will be "Living I
n .- ken Cisterns?" On the
lay, he will -peak on "Sho-
for's M ige to the World on
:.. 1962." Musical porti u

ices v-iii
1! be chanted
Hashona services Saturday morn
ing, which begin at 8 a.m., and con-
tinue at 6:15 p.m. Sermon topic
during Sunday 8 a.m. services will
be "Mystical Sound of the Shofar "
Musical portion of the programs
will be chanted by Cantor Saul H.
Breeh and the choir under the !i-
nction of Joseph Schriebman
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
ficiate at all services during R -1
Hashona at Temple Menorah, 12 I
-t. Cantor Edward Kiel
chant the litui [j assist) d
Temple choir under the
of Eli Samuels. Childr n
Continued on Page IT A
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Friday Septerab
US is Still Trying To
Kick Out Artukovic
to Hat.- baa
Reception honoring Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorary chairman
of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, at the
Fontainebleau hotel last week brought together these top
leaders of the Labor Zionist movement in South Florida.
Seated (left to right) are Rabbi Kronish, Histadrut president,
Joshua Z. Stadlan, Irving Sachs, and executive director Moshe
Berman. Standina are Max Astor (left) and Sam Jackson.
Services Slated For Youth Here
Irving Seidel, president of Beth
Torah Congregation, announces
that a complete schedule of High
Holy Day services to complement
ill praj ers has I pen organized
I r children from 3 through high
school agi
The United Synagogue Youth
group ill conduci services f>>r
teen-agers of the North Dade area
i. the Wometco lfi r si t! atre on
Saturday and Sun >m 10 a m
t'. 12 15 p in ui ction
of Alexander Andron. I lt> mem-
coordinated by Steve Kravitz
. d Ted Kloth. L'SY officers Serv-
Women's Club Meets
Louis D Brandeis Women's Club
tnet Monday night at Washii toi
Federal Savings and Loan As>n ,
1234 Washington ave The >-hib
i eets everj fourth V. inday of the
month
:\.z a- ushers will be m< mbers
the youth committee beaded
'. ian Ostr i
Student ngregation set
i ys and girls
il S rth V ami B i i
from 10 a
Servici
Abn -
iiid will bi
t ra is and tors
by Mark Had
cent ition.
In the au lil rium il I
Torah school building, the V I
egation boys I girls fron
5 throueh 8. will conduct :< tr
sen ices from 10 ti
the direction of the faculty, with a
-. jh : \ ised progran
to l p m
a baby-sitter ser
. aila for youngsters i
the sch
DETROIT -(JTAi-The Unit
Si nes Immigration and Natural-
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deport Andriza Artukovic. the
Yugoslavian charged with partici-
pation in wartime Nazi crimes in
that country, to a country other
than Yugoslavia, according ware-
piy received b> a Detroil residen
who had inquired about the status
of the case
Saul Karpf wrote to the United
States Attorney General and re-
ceived a reply from the Imm.gra-
tion and Naturaliiation Service
Office in Los Angeles, reporting
that the Federal agency had had
a final order for Artokov.c s de-
portation since April 1953 but that
action was deferred pending the
outcome of extradition hearings
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'Commonweal' Defends Jewish Right
| the jiiii li<-:il pr<>-
cess
NEW yoRK - . nmenc-an Jews to go in the
1, in support of objections to
prayers in public schools
v ". forcefully uphold again this
eek b\ Commonwealth," ;i Cath-
"Uc wc'eklj '1l",|l b> lymn T,,c
', v publication, in a special 16-
' ,( jue. for the second time
jJk sharp issue with contrary
views expressed by a Jerail per-
I ,,.,, America." which attract-
I ,, widespread attention and com-
I n' nl
America." in Sept i editorial
I ;i warning thai Jewish
I the fight against prayer.
jr Ih(. schools, a court battle which
ill, a Supreme Court nil-
1,.! June banning a Regents
,.\,. Sev, York state public
- might evoke anu Semitic
mong Catholics Subse-
, jesuil weekly denied
!,.,! to -threaten" Amer-
. hut maintained its basic
The I6page Sept. 28 "Common-
Mtlth' said the issue was de-
. :-ed 'o deal wifh "unfortunate
cr muddled thi-iking abo-jt the
rele of Jews in American society.
The issue included a statement
erltled "A Word to Catholics."
by the publication's managing
editor, James O'Gara, who de-
clared that "The Jew has to be
perfectly free to argue for this or
that constitutional or political
position to his heart's content,
whether we agree or not. For the
s.ike of discussion, say that every
Jew in the country wants pray-
ers e'iminated from the public
school. It is their right to argue
for their convictions."
He added he could see no justifi-
cation for mil.li sting, as the
America" i rliti i ial did. that Jew-
ish support I'M Midi legal struggli -
woul l l< a case ol Jew s painting
themselves "into a corner of social
and cultural alienation It was
(he second editorial dissent bj
Commonwealth "
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The contributors were Rabbi Ar-
thus Hertzberg. chairman of th'>
Social Action Committee of the
Synagogue Council of America.;
Rabbi M. M. Schneerson, the Lub-
avitcher Rebbe; David Danzig,
program director of the American
Jewish Committee; M D. Zeik.
professor of history at Marymount
College; and Arthur A Cohen, au-
thor and director of the religii -
department of Holt, Rimhart and
Winston
Rabbi Hertzberg suggested skep-
ticism a.- to whether the anycr in
some Catholic quarters was actual-
ly occasioned by the ban on the
i riel Regents prayer He sai.l he
lilt the real issue was "the ere.'-,
problem" of the future financing
<<: Catholic parochial schools.
Rabbi Schneerson avoided all
reference fo the Supreme Court
prayer ruling controversy. His
cortribution was a plea for fed-
eral aid to religious schools,
which he said would not violate
the principles of church and state
separation. He noted that prec-
edents for such aid already exist-
ed in free transportation to relig-
ious school pupils, feed surpluses
fe such schools, and other such
i -
, trovers; ad caus
v: rii an Jews :<> i sk thi
...,,- vhether thi > wi
m tti d to pi rtii ipi
ati i nd mpetiti
thi
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. the fact that
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fcatarians to keep their businesses modating to politics "which is
open Sundays if they closed Satur-1 Christian" or to a society "whose
days. He said this was a case of ethos, principles and conduct are
Catholics using legislative pres-1 Christian."
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Fiiday,
Pt-<
embei
'-' 1S62
Israel Bonds to Begin Repayment of $24 Million
** ,,.....pntral task ol Nege> develoj
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel
pay out to American investors
in the coming year S24.50O.00O rep-
resenting principal and interest on
the first Israel Bonds floated in the
United States in 1951. it was an-
nounced Sunday by Dr. Joseph .1.
Schwartz, vice president of the Is-
rael Bond Organization.
The bonds to be redeemed eon-
- -; of the Independence Issue 12-
savings bonds issued in May
The program of redemption.
will begin May l. 1963. was
a: the closing session of
three-day national planning con-
the Israel Bond Organi-
More than 600 delegates
th United States ami Canada
e I m launching the [all cam-
. ..-, i'. r Israel Bonds to raise $37,-
I I .:-. the remaining 100 days
> ir the amount required
, achieve a goal ol $66,500,000 ir
; ,: l%2
Dr. Schwartz hailed the begin-
ni.io of full repayment of bonds
as "a milestone in Israel's econ-
omic development and as an in-
dica'ion of the faith of Israel
Bond subscribers in the people of
Israel and the capacity to build a
viable ard dynamic economy
against great odds and in the face
of many difficulties." He em-
phasized that "our investment in
Israel has paid off not only in
dollars and cents, but in the even
greater dividend cf the emerg-
ence of Israel as a growing demo-
cracy ri as the refuge and home
tor many hundreds of thousands
c' displaced Jews.
Dr Schwartz reported that the
8^63.000,000 provided by Israel
Bonds in the last 11 years was a
crete demonstration of the
growing and enduring partnership
between world Jewry and Israel.
He said that "of the total of S563.-
(0.000 obtained since May 1. 1951.
$145,000,000 represented the pro-
ceeds from the Independence is-
sue; $234,000,000 from the First De-
velopment issue; and $183.000,000,
from the current Second Develop-,
ment issue.
Addressing the conference Sun-;
i1 ay night, Israel's Finance Minis-1
ter Levi Eshkol said that although I
Ihe European Common Market was
not established with any intention !
to harm Israel and other small na-!
lions, it nevertheless represented
"a great danger to us unless we be-
come associated with it in some
form." Mr. Eshkol also made
known that the threat of an Egypt-
ian rocket attack has reached a
p
lie said
immigration,
Jack S. Popick. Miami Israel Bond leader, receives cone::
tions of Samuel Rothbera, national campaign chairman, upo
being named chairman'of the board of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization. Announcement of Popick s ap-
pointment was made in Washington, D.C., on Sunday at the
nctional planning conference of Israel Bonds, where an-
nouncement was also made that Jack A. Cantor had been
appointed chairman for the State of Florida.
duction of protection for local in-
dustry.
The Israeli Minister reported
also that the missile race was
spreading to the Near East, cit-
ing threats by Nasser compelling
Israel to use a great part of its
tax revenues for defense. "When
Nasser stands by Egyptian rock-
et launchers and boasts that they
are trained in our direction, we
dare not mistake this for an idle
propaganda boast," he said. The
alternative to disaster, he added,
was to convince Nasser that "the
distance from Tel Aviv to Cairo,
as the rocket flies, is the same
as from Cairo to Tel Aviv."
Mr Eshkol said that while Israel
:- seeking ways of est
peace, thi n is : n !"'-
. the Arab -
can threaten us n
[ the rea1 A
mat* lne
Ji .- Sta'i Hi
, | financi lh< i

:
rael Bonds 1 main!
omi< pment
ih< ir unn strict!
for :hi i :.'.!> i I largi massi
homeless Jews. He warm
any delaj or cut
ing immigrants now arri
In meeting the challenges f the
European Common Market, secur-
ity, and immigration. Eshkol said
Ihe cm
ment cai
th k< ) I cui >':
.non ic stabthtj was in the
5sed the permanent
. ,srae| Bonds in financing
and establish-
i and industries
i-i the N<
Or Abba Hill*! Silver, chair-
man of the board cf governors of
th" Israel Bond Organizat.on. em-
,ed 'he role of Israel in
r.g passible absorption of
>mers whe provide the man-
power naeded for Israeli indus-
.culture alone
cook' net support a large poou-
0 I.
I
i mine
v .. cntral im-
nd its
y I eli >me homi less
the con
David Horowitz,
Governor ol the Bank ol Israel;
Dr v F<>< i 'airman of the
Bank Leumi Le-Israel; Samuel
Rothbers national campaign chair-
man of the Israel Bond Organiza-
lii n; and Louis II Boyar national
chairman ol the Trustee.- of the Is-
rai I Boi
Cantor Named State of Fla Chairman
Popick to Head Israel Bond Board Here;
Two Greater Miami Israel Bond
leaders were in the national lime
light last Sunday at the national
joint where Israel must increase. p]annjng conference of the Israe
its deterrent military strength.
In facing the Common Market is-
sue. Mrs. Eshkol said it would he
"economic suicide to panic or
"bury our heads in the sand." He-
ld rut that Israel embarked
new economic policy eight
.- ago aimed at rentention of
ts markets in Europe because
percent of all Israeli ex
- had been going to Europe.
The new Israeli policy involved cur-
rency devaluation, elimination ol
cial subsidies, gradual elimi-
of import controls, and re-
Bond Organization.
At a gathering of more than 500
kaders from all over the United
States and Canada, announcement
was made that Jack S. Popick. Mi-
ami Israel Bond worker, had been
appointed chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond board of gov-
ernors, and that Jack A Cantor.
long-time bond leader and foi
i r Miami chairman, had been
appointed Israel Bond chairman
for the State of Florida
Worldwide notables at the con-
PB1B
Kay Ifte New Year bring joy Jo ycu and your
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Gen. Viga! Alien Slated io Appeal
Ssadore Hecht to Chair Albert
ir.
ference included Levi Eshkol, Fi-
nance Minister of the State of Is-
rael; Dr, Joseph J. Schwartz, na-
tional vice president of the Is-
rael Bend Organization; and Dav
id Horowitz, Governor of the Sank
of Israel.
Popick .
Sam;.- ...
Grea'.i M
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maki vi -;. i ::i rt "to hi
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crease I e ol Israi I B m
new and continui I
Is
Ami kers at thi
tional
ham F( inl < rg president of the Is
rael B. nd Orgai
Ai. a Kill) Silvi r
nati nal board ol iors.
Returning to Miami w,th the
Miami delegation, Pcpick promis-
ed that "our community will
again attain the national spot-
light for its Israel Bond effort as
we swing into our intensified fa\\
activities."
He The coming months
will be highlighted by a numbi
dramatic communitj fun,.
well as functioi
undertaken bj manj individual or
ations and congreg;
behalf of Israel Bonds, With the
continued support and devote,! help
of our many workers and leaders
I am confident thai this year I-
rael Bond effort will reach new
and gratifying heights."
- i, i:. named
e Bel -
honoi James
M Albert i Sin evening. Oct.
14. at Dora) C ntry (
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
i: of Temple Beth Sholom, and
nationally-noted Israel Bond lead-
er, announced that one ol Israel's
great statesmen and heroes. Gen.
Yigal Allon, will come to Miami as
representative of the State of Is-
rai 1 to honor Albert
Gen. Allon, Minister of Labor
of the State of Israel, and a hero
of his country's War of Libera-
tion, is widely known for his out-
standing leadership as command-
er-in-chief of Palmach, the shock
troop division of the Jewish De-
fense Forces ir. Palestine, which
played a major role in Israel's
struggle for independence.
member
et. the 44
port
ment's
capacity as
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ol the execul
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Hameuchad it
ment Foundat:< :
Allon began I -
at the age ol ::
dint and as a member o
eer Youth Mow ment '
Ilaganah. During the ea
of World War II. hi a>
volunteer with tl Bi
and saw activj service
Allies in Syria en. L<
1P-43. he was ap]
man. er of Pain ai
until the eve 11 Israi -
ence in 1949 hi
in-chief
When the Arat rmie;
Israel shortly a'-- i^-"
he was prorre'er -o the
brigadier Dnrl I
Army
During 1 :
ence Mlon
si ategic mi ill
fronts, includ .
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:, September 28. 1962
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Fage 9-A
A Strange Case of Strained Politics in Canada
By BEN TAUBE
EAL June federal election, Can-
ave bad a constant half-
ll about a oasty brown and
Hack skeleton in their political
The uncertain vote result
- imething like balance of
power :'i the suddenly revived So-
edit Partj. and has sent ob-
their old files on the
sroup
i -\ ers did no) need to
heir files for their mi m-
r fresh The English-
ii] A-as imported int<
... a right-wing mar
. par with the now for-
11 ratists, technocrats an
i qual economic and so< ial
ness it made some pro-
. just because its funny-
is contradict the estab
it apparently bankrupt par
en n.: sed on old logic,
moderation Social Cred
n; rod to be revolutionary
.i stroj the old barriers
for everybody: their rcf-
a i onspiracy of persons
gavi leaven of intelligibility to
.Hal abstract theories of
In the western province of Al-
berta, a mixture of fundament-
alist religion and Social Credit
promises of regular free checks
for everybody brought the party
tc power, and it has stayed in
power during the decades. At
firs' a half-hearted move was
made to implement the promises
ol Ihi iced, but a high court rul-
ing mercifully labeled them ultra
vires and relieved the provin-
cial party of the need to keep
their promises. The return of
normal times, the discovery of
o-l anc' the easy forgetting of
ancitr! theories removed the old
revolutionary aura off western
Social Credit, and gave it the ap-
pearance of just another conser-
vative party.
Tin me is true of the British
iColuml Society Credit, which
1 ed power Amont; the
thus forgotten was the
somewhat different record of the
Isami party's members to the fed-
Ural parliamentover a dozen at
their highest point. These fnnge-
jmin were not in power federally
luid were tree to mouth their mo-
lti"in. without check.
i:
t
I i
I
-..
" i
i
anci
i
i
Intense Preaching
from them that Canad
to know best the anti-
phase of Social Credit.
Communism of the Mc-
tt( ni was employed ir.
Zionist, Jewish and
Mongol conspiracies all
1 especially in fi-
'I in radio (this was be-
-ion i The disappear-
sterners from the House
by death and by elec
i- well as the changes
fashions, removed this
the Canadian politi-
ood
Ir. eastern Canada, in Quebec
Ontario, the Social Credit
ors from the beginning were a dif-
ferent sort of partyor rather
parties, because of the intense dif-
ferences among themelvses. Here
the political complexion was and
remained offbeat, much more het-
erodox than in Alberta Here there
was no question of responsibility
ft power, imi only of the propaga-
tion of some form of a gospel. The
! reaching was intense, convi
:. ful icial Credii i]
f >' uniforms became a
minor feati re ol the Quebei i
its devoti es evi lo| ed cadi
:li< ir ov :.. bought and sold quotas
' preachj pamphlets and sub-
- to their i
Effort of Statesmanship
i faith in< luded so much anti-
sn al i official
hed : ic Protocols of thi Eld
: Zion serialh Pai j ti rs
tun was studded with meaningful
references to Jew-, Zionists, inter-
ni tional bankers with H e b r e u
r..iines. long-nosed financiers, com-
munistic masons and other enemies
of their particular faith.
Their efforts to attain power
were not successful, although
their political weight was so ser-
iously regarded that, at one
stage, the very official and ultra-
respectable Liberal Party allied
with them -n an unsuccessful ef-
fort to topple th? Duplessis gov-
ernment. Afler that failure, there
was a general tendency among
the wiser and more practical poli-
ticians to forget about the Social
Creditors who were apparently
settlir.j down to a greater mild-
ness and respectability, and in-
cidentally put aside their old anti-
Semitic creed, out of date in Que-
bec as elsewhere in Canada.
Came the fantastic surprise of
the June elections All who bet on
the election lost: all who put their
money on the victory of either the
Liberal or the Conservative Party.
Nor did the new Socialist Party
win. No one won. but Social Cred-
it came out as the third and near-
balance party, with 30 coveted
seats. To heap surprise on sur-
prise, these votes did not come in
the greatest measure from the Al-
berta or British Columbia strong-
holds of the party, but from the
key province of Quebec whereall
unnoticedthey walked away with
nearly all the rural seats.
While no one had paid any at
tention. a grass-roots campaign.
operated only where grass has
roots, convinced all who have noth-
ing I t>ut vote-1 to lose, loose these
votes where the Social Creditors
could pick them up. They picked
up 27 seats in Quebec out of the
30 in the entire country. So that
only is there a new important party
in Canada, but that party has a
new "co-leadership"' (to the -ur
prise of the pi rson of a new man. Real
( aouette of Quebec This taki i
lot ol adjustini ft
Best Widk
ed
fear
for Ike
' fLty
Perrine-Cutler Ridge
Bank
FRANJO ROAD at HIBISCUS
PERRINE
Member Federal Deposll Insurance Corporation
and fur .-. (... reditors in
ad.i
Jew- in particular need political
adjustment, especially whenever
the Quebec grass roots put out
blossoms. Canadian Jews are lit-
tle in touch with the cultural and
political flora of Quebec, having
centered their political thinking on
'be English-langi age parties of oi-
iwa and their cultural orienta-
tion even further, mi N York
l; requires .-'t ol the ordi r
I sti ip for Ji w. in
treal suddenly to th Quebec
lit as -, important and
political i
machine]
ni
In surh threaten-'ng situations,
it is cusfO'ii.iry for the newly pow-
erful and for the fearful popu-
lace to put into the ctosaf all
previous extreme ard lunatic
statements, arid to assume that a
rwly responsible group will act
with new responsibility. So
everybody waited discreetly since
June to see what colors th? cha-
meleon-lik? Social Credt will
show in their new role, and who
call the tune of the tints
In due time the answer came.
In an interview with the national
Maclean's Magazine (in it- new and
influential French-language edi-
tion). Monseur Caouette made no
bone- about calling Hitler and
Mussolini his political heroes out
of history lie said: "1 admire
Mussolini a- a leader, and I regrei
th;ii he was a Fascist I admire
in Hitler In.- economic reforms and
I consider that he broughl his pen
pie out of misery, I regrei thai
he employed for war instead of for
peace the ideas which he had."
The skeleton was out. Social
Credii at it- point of greatest pow-
er and influence had recalled the
old loyalties, devotions and meas-
ures of morality which it had cul-
tivated when it came to birth in
Quebec together with corporation,
bloc populaire. and Adrien Ar-
cand's Christian Unity Party.
Statements Condemned
The repetition of old extreme
positions is not new in the tactics
of popular and revolutionary move-
ments. Often there are good rea-
sons of internal relationships which
prompt such frightening moves,
and such a situation may exist
within Canadian Social Credit to-
day.
On th? other hand, there is lit-
tle cause fcr comfort. The men-
ace is r,et that a racist group
is coming to power or influence
in Canada. Rather it is that a
group which has an old and open
record of anii-Semif ism has been
able to win the support of so
much cf the electorate notwith-
standing. At least M Caouette
'e!icves that having Hitler for a
hero will not hinder him in win-
r.:i g and holding the support of
the poopie \*t Quebec, and M.
C.-ouettc has proven a better
ji.dge of the pec.tie's views than
crliics.
These critics hi- |
ents, broughl h. lenl to
mned il
'l in- ser.tim I ol I. B
eader w ho is
! ling Father ol
i Stati < t Israel, are easj to
Primi ,i r Diefen
baker, himsell a proven friend ol
:-:;. ,.: ii uf Jewry, was probably
no less incensed Their motivation
not only partisan But Can
uctte. who knows he is the creator
c I the Quebec party and of its par-
liamentary group, said only that
he had been misunderstood. hi
meant nc more than did Kennedy
when he congratulated 'he Russ-
ian cosmonauts,
Lewes Them Wondering
Hot other Social Credit leaders
wen evi :: more carclul not to critl-
i /< i ir Quebec leader Albert*
Social Creditor Thompson, titular
!'. ad ni the national organizatioi .
the Quecbecker's statement
; i :... without anj connection
th the party British Columb
Pi emu r Bennetl defended (
uetti : i ee speech, and
. ii a typical Canadian -en i
intci r i:.i ial understandinj ad
ni "Yi u mu.-! nol loon Fi i
liani politicia
Ihi English polil ci in
they spt ak \ er.\ quickly
Which leaves Canadian Jews
ondering a little more anxiously
than i
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, 2400 Pine Tree dr.. this
week installed one of two telescopes on the roof of the new
school buildinq to be used by students for astronomy classes.
Joseph Ackner (left), science teacher at the Academy, charts
some of the heavenly bodies with students Philip Mirmelh
and Michael Gewitz. while David Galbut tries out one of the
telescopes for size. Aaron Friedman tracks stars via binoc-
ulars. Ackner reported the telescopes will be used during the
night and in conjunction with the regular astronomy classes



Pcge 1C-A
+J*it n-crMtor
Friday, September 23, 1962

Our Policy
In Cuba
By MAX LERNER

WorilHemfrom the Wires of JTA
There is an aspect to the Soviet warninp on Cuba which deserves
more attention than it has had It is the fact that the Russians have
beaten out the Americans in serv.n* notice that military intorvent.on
v, il lead to nuclear war.
,f this were merely a question of rivalry in missile rattling 1 would
Kladlv let the Russians have the doubtful honor of pnor.ty Rut .1
Isn't. Ever since the Americans and the Russians both developed nu-
clear bombs there has been a stalemate in their use which we
the "deterrence- system. Rut the fact that the weapons have not B
thus far used is no, due solely to the terror Ol the weapons thcmsolvis
U also due to the restraint of the leaders in both camps, and he
knowledge in each camp of what moves will clearly not be permitted
by the other camp.
I call this the -Don-, touch me" imperative. We J" th* *
Russians will no, tolerate any attack by US on one of urope
Satellites or even any attempt to help liberate one. For exan .
i an intervention in the Hungarian revolution wouId have ledI to nu
x, The Russians in turn know that America will no
KervSW^n the access routes to West Berlin, or an att
i | ipe.orevenon Formosa Any one oi those v. ild
no; bj escalation but directly.
To do any of these is to pass the po=nt of tolerance. That is what
I he -non- touch me" warning What it am U
; jLcertai, national interests so vital tl
ZLg with them by the other Nuclear war -
erin with these highly sensitive r does
, response There is a sense in which this p,
,.-, touch me" area- with no gray blurring alloxxed. k-M>
, ni dangerous adventures.
Now the importance of the recent Soviet statemenl -
( iv proximity to the L'.S shores and by its
M hav. been considered a
! American vita- interests, the Russians has. i
move to appropriate it a- one of their own don ttouch-me areas
Thn is why it is. to put it mildly, astonishing for President Ken-
.;. hat nothing ha- happened in the.recent Soviet n
ng cJba to threaten the American vital interests N
: ened. that is to -ay. except a case ol attempted grai
except Khrushchev's attempt to steal
trine so far as Cuba is concerned, and turn it upside d
D eoul so that Russia assumes th. roh ol pr I dor o th
, -' rrity of a Latin-American country, and the V S is put into ,
(. ;"-'"
The danger is that if the U.S. allows this assumed role cf the
,...., nchallengi I ma5 lead them I
L'.S r a numb;
I eril it m
-....... to his own militan elite and its |
t it was pan meant foi In i consumptioi
, "S(
I, .
n his statement shut tight th. rot.
, trosCuba. He has lefts acl
. 5e he hesitates l stir
cinucl nthepai
l '*" '
American! their ov :
I.
-
oi if they r that i
i to their shores-a threat l
the worl
,. ... ... is bei
l
This w II reauirr as President Kennedy has sa;d. a i
P. to keep l
war en ttie band of Ser.aors. whel
, policy cannot
the "Remember the Maine epts
i
Kern. .-..
o.
- '
i ban situation in the past i
i '
i -
i to ins
i -
:
LONDON-tJTA Sir Oswald
Moslej "- ra"> ; h'S
British Uu"" movement m Lon-
don's Fa-- End. although there
iear and loud V**Z
heckling, 'he open-air mass mettng
"ent off without physical.nc.der.ts.
rfTr Fascist leader himself h.r-
aneuel his followers in the hean
oMheEasI End's traditional Sun-
ria, market area, but in his 45-min
ute talk, retrained from menl
,,.,., jews or Negroes. The area
hasheavj Jewish and Negro popu-
lations.
The rallv was th,. second attempt
, ibvMosley in 18 hours Previous
Iv. he tried to run a rail) in the
s-uburg ofCrowdon But aboul
persons sh iting him down with
vclls pas 1st scum." staged a
demonstration that forced hn
I the meeting The antifascists
made his remarks inaudible anci
,,,; Mosle> and h;- cohorts
with stom eggs and firecrackers
Meanwhile, the Ret Bil Sai enl
I | : lers oi the re.
.-,:- Y.
all : r

. British Ft sciM

V( ov Star" crcnts
t, on circulai
[or l lation to I

nes nexi
La w
icial discrii
, former Moroccan
Cabinet Minister, said hat El
. statement had disturbed
I], Moroccan Jewish population.
He demanded thai heFetar.tian
Jring action against El Fassi fot
undermining the morale ol the Jew-
ish community.
HEADS UN!T
SUSPECTS PROBED
SAN R \N< '-
hav.
: ..- me suspecl
eft ol
had b. : '
fessioi nti-Semit
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NEw YORK (JTA) Theo-
dore Tannewald Jr.. prominent New
York attorne> and former Special
tant to the United States Sec-
tan ol State, has reen named
chairman oi Ihe Israel Committee
, ,he American Jewish Committee
A m sonnabend, AJC president,
announced here
l. ;,new aid has held various gov-
ernment posts since 1942 including
mos, recent appointment in
President Ken
. Task Force on Foreign
, m additon to a num-
f p( sitions in the state De-
ent. h< has been Special ('on-
... th, secretar) ol War,
I nsultanl I Secretar> ol De-
:,: S( and Director ol Ihe
Secu Vdmini Iration
vi, Israel Committe.
the Mi dl. East. 1
. U< recei
ffic. l-rael
BROTHERHOOD HOUSE
. Fiftcei
i by a
I KHi New Yoi

itory Brol
1963, it will have a library medita.
lion and music room-. .. ;
ditorium, seminar and i nferencs
rooms, and offices.
Governor Rockefeller and Mayor
Wagner took part in the i remony,
and hailed the purpose- if u,e
building and ua. ggpns. xjje
committee named Broth
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whc will begin their first year on the staff of the new Acad-
emy, -eft to right are Rabbis Saul Harari and Joseph Carmi,
native-corn Israelis. Rabbi William Millen is a graduate of
the Yesaiva University of New York.
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The South Florida chapter pro-
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and tuition expenses at '.lie insti-
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Three well-known [srai ra bis
have been appointed to the teach-
ing staff ;it tho Hebrew Academy
f Greater Miami, according to
Rabbi Alexander s. Gross, prin-
cipal of the school
The rabbis. Joseph Carmi, Saul
Harari Ratul and William Millen,
h.ive 80 years of combined teach-
ing experience. Carmi and Raful
are both Israel-born, fifth and fourth
generation sabras, respectively.
Rabbi Carmi, a native of the
old city of Jerusalem, taught at
Yeshiva Etz Chaim there, and also
served as an elementary teacher
f.-r two years. He received his
Master's degree from Hebrew
Urvversity in education and law
in 1956. Carmi, who speaks five
languages, also was principal of |
the Jewish school of Helsinki for
four years.
While in Finland. Rabbi Carmi
wrote a Hebrew text book and a
Hebrew grammar book, lie also
penned ;i Hebrew-Finnish diction-
ary, which i- now in use through-
out the northern European country.
He served In the Israeli Army
during the 1948-49 War of Inde-
pendence, is married, an : has I
children He will teach elementary
Hebrew at the Hebrev Acaden -
and ;i coin se In ad anced Hebi
at Mesivta High Schi Rabbi
Carmi, his wife. Lucila, and their
two children will live al 2931 Sheri
dan ave., Miami Beach
Rabbi Ratul. also a native oi Jeru-
salem, graduated from Israeli
schools in 1952. He attended the
Pedagogical Institute oi Vaad Ha'
Yeshivoth, Pi.rat Yosef and Be'ar,
the latter -chool founded by the
famous Kellum Yeshiva In Lith-
uania
He was ordained by the chief
rabbinate of Israel, and was an
elementary school teacher in
Hertzleah. He was also spiritual
guide of Yeshiva Ramat Ha'Shar-
on. Rabbi Raful served as the
assistant principal of the Ramleh
Elementary School.
In I960, Rabbi Raful w as named
t.> the delegation of the chiei rab-
hinate i.l Israel in Ethiopia to se
cure kosher meat to ?hip back to
Ihc Holy l and. Wl re il was
his job t< process the meal .vhich
included slau Jhter and pad
Rabbi Ratul came I i Ameru a in
I960, taughl at Mos le lovechik
Yeshiva in Wj n i k He is still
active in the Peylim movement, an
ization dedicated to building
schools in Israel.
He will teach junior high school
li vel Hebrew at the Academy ana
several courses
al Mesh .. High Sen >>:. He will
live at 1021 Biarritz dr., Miami
Reach.
Rabbi Millen was ordainec! in
1958 from Yeshiva University in
New York by Rabbi_Joseph Solo-
veitehick. His schooling before
beirg ordained includes a Ba;-
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Teachers College of Columb t
University.
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and a 20-nionth-old son. Yehuda, at
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Friday, September 23, 1962
Rosh Hashona Opens Friday Evening
Continued from Page 5-A
ages will be pe.mmed to worship
with their parents in the main Tem-
ple on Rosh Hashona eve. Friday.
3:30 p.m. Saturday schedule starts
at 8 a.m.. with forah reading at
9:30 a.m. Sermon topic will be
Spiritual Checkpoint." Evening
services will be at 6:30 p.m Teen-
age services will be held in the
chapel from 11 a.m. to noon, and
special children's services from 4
!c 5 p.m., will be held in the main
Templi' Rabbi Abramowitz will
-peak or. -Blessed are They i ur
Sunday morning services, wh'.cn
Start a! S a.m., continue with the
Shofar sounding at 10 a.m.. and con-
clude with evening services slated
for 6:30 p.m.
Rosh Hashona will be ushered in
Give Yourself a Spiritual
Chance on High Holy Days
By DR. IRVING LF.HRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI
Just a few da offer-
ed our prayi he annual
midnight service k::->\\ n as Seli-
chot. This service uas but an-
other step in preparation for the
High Holy Days I say another
step because, actually, the pre-
paratory period begins with the
first day of the Hebrew month
of Elul. or 28 days before Rosh
Hashona. for our ancient sages
understood the psychological
import of preparedness. They
understood that one cannot just
plunge into a great religious ex
perience and expect to emerge
cleansed, inspired and uplifted.
Tbe reason that so many of
us find ourselves strangers in
God1! house in spite of our phy-
sical ; presence is that we just
don't allow ourselves to get ac-
quainted.
There is a very toucning Chas-
sidic story that speaks of the
Rabbi of Kotzk. who turned to
his disciples on the eve of Rosh
Hashona and asked. "Tell me,
my children, where is God?"
His disciples responded with
amazement. "What a question
to ask. Every child knows the
answer. Doesn't it say in Scrip
tures 'The whole earth is filled
wilh his gloory?' "
"Ah, my children." answered
the Rabbi, "do you want to know
where God is really found?
Wherever He is permitted to en-
ter!"
I am sure that 1 echo the sen
timents of every spiritual lead-
er in the community when I
plead with you at this sacred
holiday season to give yourself a
chance. Don't waste the oppor-
tunities of these glorious cays.
Go to services on time and per-
mit yourself to absorb and be
absorbed by the sacred atmos-
phere. Clear your mind of the
trivial and the mundane, and
open your heart to God and to
all the hallowed influences about
you. As you are seated in your
synagogue, surrounded by your
loved ones, let the prayers, the
DR. IBVING UHRMAN
symbols, the ceremonies and the
rituals ignite a spark within you
which will warm your whole be-
ing Jewishly.
But more than that! If you
give yourself this chance, the
High Holy Day spirit will not
disappear as you leave God's
house. It will remain with you
during the weeks and months
ahead and the entire year will
bear the stamp of holiness. The
synagogue, the Sabbath, the
holidays, the great ethical and
moral principles everythini;
that our beautiful tradition im-
plies will suddenly come alive
for you. and will radiate an in-
fluence that will change your
life even as it has changed the
lives of so many during the past
4.000 years. Then the High Holy-
Days will have true meaning and
significance and then we will be
worthy of receiving God's grace,
pardon and forgiveness.
May this New Year. 5723. bring
us happiness and fulfillment,
and may all mankind be bless-
ed with the joys of freedom and
opportunity in a world at peace.
L'Shona Tova Tikoseyvu.
at Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora ave ,
Coral Gables, during Friday even-
ing services at 6 p.m. For the Sat-
urday morn.n^ services, which be-
gin at 8 a.m.. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
lias chosen -PrayerThe Voice of
Israel" for his sermon topic. On
Sunday, he will -peak on This
Day, Peace will be Yours" Serv-
ices start at 730 a m. Cantor
Moishe Ben-Zvi will chant the
liturgical portion of ill servici -
Beth Israel Congregation, 711
40th st Mi m B icli ill la inch
Ri -!: :: evening
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starts at !
. alah at 6 '>: |
Dr. Joseph N'arot will preach at
all four services scheduled at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
137 NE 19th st.. Friday evening,
two at 7 p.m.. and two at 9:15 p.m.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein and Rab-
bi Marions Ranson will officiate in
the Temple auditorium, and Rabbi
Morris W Graff and Cantor Emil
Renan will officiate in the Wolf-
son auditorium. On Saturday morn-
ing. Rabbi Narot w ill preach at the
8 45 a.m. and 11:30 am services
in the Wolfson auditorium, and Rab-
bi Graff will officiate at the 10 a.m.
service in the Temple auditorium.
The children of the religious school
and their parents will have a spec-
ial service on Saturday afternoon
at 3:30 p.m. Rabbi N'arot will of-
ficiate with the recently published
"High Holy Day Services for Chil-
dren."
Rabbi Nathan Sfard will officiate
at Roshe Hashona services at An she
Ernes, 2533 SW 19th ave.. on Fri-
day evening at 6:15 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday services will be held
at 9 a.m.. with Mincha at 5:30 p.m..
on both days.
At Temple Beth Sholem, 1725
Monroe St., Hollywood. Rabbi Sam-1
Posf-Confirmands Meet
Post-confirmation club of Temple
Beth Am met for dinner at the
Temple on Monday evening. The
club consists of nth and 12 grad-
ers who have been confirmed, and
who now meet with Rabbi Herbert
Daumgard once a month. Plans
were made for a weekend retreat
at Greyhound Key on Oct 27 and
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Services on Friday evening will be-
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day services will be held at 9:45
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Sephardic Jewish Center, 645 Col i
lins ave. will hold Rosh Hashona j
services with Cantor S. Nachmias
officiating on Friday evening at 6
p m Saturday and Sunday services
ore slated for 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Ohev Shalom, 011 Normandy dr..
a ill launch Rosh Hashona with,
services on Friday evening at 5:45!
p.m Saturday and Sun.lt> services
. ill be held at 8 am. and 5 p.m.
bi Phineas Weberman will .><..
all -ervices
Maurici Klein will conduct j
; -:-. H ishona services al South-
west Jewish Center, 6 S 5W 8th
- : Fri lay al > p.m.
and Sun laj
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Yourg Israel Synagogu
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ith Saturdaj
Sunda services at 8 a.m. j
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will offic-
iate at all sen ;<. es
'JudaismA Religion of Death i
or a Way of Life." will be Rabbi
Nathan H Zwitman's sermon topic
on Friday evening. G p.m., at Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob, 951 Flamingo
Way. Hialeah. Rosh Hashona serv-
ices on Saturday will he a
a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sermon ln the
morning will be "Yes-Th.- World
is Only 5,723 Years Old Today"
In the evening. Rabbi Zuitmani
topic will be "Prepannu lor the
Signal to Cast AwayOur sin- -
Schedule on Sunday will
same, with the morning sermon on
-The Shofar Calls for Relieving in
GodNot for Merely Believing in
Believing in God." Musi por.
tions of all services will be hantej
by Cantor Jack Lerner
Rosh Hashona service- n jtm.
pie Beth El, 1351 So 14th Hoi.
iywood, will be held i
ing at 815 p.m. and Satui
ing at 10 a.m.. with chii i:
ices Saturday afternoon
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe will
present sermons al all -
Rosh Hashona servi Ho!i>.
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braum. assisted by the Temple
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Sardine's Dadeland Store Will Open on Monday

\ series of civic functions served
t a "personalized welcome" for
'hi opening of the new Burcline's
Dadeland at No. Kcn-
i en I'.S. 1 and the
essway.
Dadeland store offlc-
Monday, but the
ded with events in
......sion, beginning
g benefit fashion
. ed bj Lorber chapter
. l ( hildren's Asthma
te and Hospital on
riding with a cham-
for invited guests,
In held this Sunday, "i
ral hundred V.I.P.
store and exccu-
rs.
tours through the new
ups ol about twenty
aged beginning Tues-
and running through
, Tunis will include an
through the store,
and backstage, at 10
3 ,'iu p.m. and 7:30
may be made al
Exl 516 or 528.
Ir
tront
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The tr't'-or of Burdine's Dade-
Und is floating mass" of ver-
tical panels featuring glistening
onrti rock as though suspended
around a sky-blue inner core.
The interior features quiet dig-
nity, with themes drawn in a
unique way for South Florida.
h ii ded in IMS by William M.
Burdini growing group of Bur-
dine's store* has flourished under
School, where he has since lec-
tured, and for which he has pre-
pared various publications. From
1936 to 1956, he was at Abraham
A Straus, largest of the Federat-
ed stores, becoming vice presi-
dent and general merchandise
manager cf soft lines there.
For a year b< fore coming to Mi-
ami. h< worked from Pedi rated's
11 a quarters in Cincinnati. He
il 7747 Atlantic Way, Miami
Beach, with his wife, Stella. He is
or. the D idi Count} Developmi nl
Board, the downtown Miami Busi-
ness O uncil '". rd of direc-
tors oi ill' Opera Guild ol Greater
Miami, on the national scene, he
i.- on the board ol Associated Mer-
chandising Corp., the National
Retail Merchants Assn., and the Re-
tail Research Institute of National
Retail Merchants Assn He is chief
executive officer as well as presi-
dent of Burdine's.
the leadership of such inspired re- Manager of Burdine's Dadeland
tailers as Roddej Burdine, \\h<> will be Walter Pettit. The 41-year
died in 1936. and hi- long-time asso- [ \d executive joined Burdine's in
ciate, George E Whitten, who was I November, 1961 as assistant to the
president until 1957 | manager of the Miami Beach store
Alfred Remlein will be assistant
manager for operations Remlein
v as transfi rred to the Da leland
sti re from his post as assistant
manager al the 163rd st. store He
joined Ihe firm in 1954.
Mrs. Jean Hinder will be person-
nel manager of the store.
An outstanding feature of the new
Dadeland store will be the Gold
Coast Room, which captures the
elegant, classical Palladian feeling
characteristic of the decor found in
I'alm Beach mansions. Antique
finished chestnut is liberally used.
Walls are covered with beige cut
velvet over ivory satin.
contestants may ponder such ques-
tions as "How Long Ago Did Te-
questa Indians Live on the Gold
Coast?"' and -How Lonj: Did it Take
the Sculptor at thi Museum of
Science and Natural History to
create a Fath thi T
quests !'. i ;.; 1 9'
Spark for the contest, which in-
volves some pure guessing as well
as fact-based questions, is com-
pletion of the unique exhibit at the
Museum. 3280 So. Miami ave.
Sixteen contest winners, each
bringing a friend, will board a bus
Nov. 10. stop by the Museum to see
ihe patio, proceed to East Grey
i ol Is Park for a picnic lunch, then
trek to the site of an ancient Te-
qui sta village and dig for arti
under the guidance of mem
I eri oF'Vn'e EtdrirJa Anthropological
Society, South Florida chapter.
ALfRtD DANIILS
Burdine's later joined Federated
Department Stores, which includes
such nationally-known firms as
Bloomingdale's and Abraham and
Straus in New York, Kilene's in
Boston, and Shilllto's in Cincinnati
Counting branches, these autonom-
ously managed divisions operate 58
-lores This will become 59 when
Burdlnes Dadeland opens Monday.
Alfred H. Daniels was at first
the only Federated new comer in
1957. arriving as president when
Whitten became chairman of the
board. More than $2 million has
been spent in recent years remod-
eling and beautifying the Burdine
stores in West Palm Beach. Ft.
Lauderdale. 163rd St.. Miami Beach
and Miami. The new Dadeland
structure is a multi-million dollar
investment to serve the fastest-
growing section of Dade county.
Daniels is a vice president of
Federated Department Stores, a
graduate of Harvard University
magna cum laude. and Phi Beta
Kappa. He also holds an MBA de-
gree from Harvard Business
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fixture has hand-carved wooden
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crystal trim. Elegant furniture,
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A chance to go on an archaeologi-!
cal "dig" with experts will be the j
goal of all youngsters aged 8
through 14 who enter the "Tequesta |
Contest" on Monday at the new
Burdine's store in the Dadeland i
Shopping Center.
For two weeks, through Oct. 13.
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Happy New Year
Art Contest
Revealed Here
Rules and regulations governing
a county art contest were disclosed
this week by Reyna Youngerman.
Robert Hurwitz and Charles K Jac-
obson, who have been named to the
contest committee by Mrs. E. Ar-
thur Evans, general chairman.
The contest is sponsored by the
City of Miami bcautification com-
mittee and is open to all perma-
nent residents of Dade and Brow-
ard counties.
Cash prizes given by local mer-
chants will range from S25 to $100.
The art show will take place at
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Oct. 19 and 26, climaxed by an
awards brunch. Pictures are to be
delivered to the Women's Club on
Tuesday. Oct. 16. from 2 to 7 p.m.
'Cocktails and Conversation'
"Cocktails and conversation" was
the fare at a membership party
sponsored by Eleanor Roosevelt
chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on
Wednesdav evening at the home ot
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89th pi. Co-chairmen were Mrs.
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LEGAL NOTICF
AJCong. Cites Ten Arrested Rabbis ^fIP^s?"
LEGAL NOTICE
By Special Report
NEW YORK Efforts to end rac-
ial segregation and eliminate re-
ligious practices in the public
schools were linked this week as
part of the same struggle to pre-
serve the Bill of Rights as the basic
guarantee of American liberty."
Shad Polier. chairman of the na-
tional Governing Council of the
American Jewish Congress, made
1he statement at a luncheon given
by the Congress in honor of ten
tabbis who served jail sentences
for participating in anti-segrega-
tion demonstrations last month in
Albany, Ga.
The American Jewish Congress
leader presente I the rabbis with ci-
tations, in the form of scrolls.
. ising their courage, devotion to
liberty and fulfillment of the teach-
of our prophets."
The AJC..... policy-making
-,:p also heart a pledge thai "1
rt to ke<; si. ti i n pi dices
of publ not be
to th< Got
nine I Ephraim s Lon-
nization's
miss i i Lai and Social Ac-
dei i
"We are proud of our efforts
o protect sll Americans from
state-imposed religious exercises
- the public schociS. and we re-
ect any suggestion that this pro-
gram be terminated or curbed,
iest it stimulate anti-Semitism.
/lie have acted ir the past in what
vve believe to be the interests of
all Americans. We shall continue
*o do so "
to the ten
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zen in a lam founded on the idea
en an treated equal.
By the same token, the etlort to
keep our schools free from sectar-
an intrusi ernsevi ry Amer-
ican who cherishes the right to
v.orship his own God. in his own
way, at his own time.
"Both conceptsequality of op-
portunity and freedom of religion
go to the very heart of the Ameri-
can experiment in democracy. Ef-
forts to delend them from attack
are part of the same struggle to
preserve the Bill of Rights as the
basic guarantee of American lib-
erty
"By their action in joining the
Albany Movement, the ten rabbis
whom we honor today have signi-
fied their recognition of the in-
divisibility of freedom. We salute
them for taking their stand on
the great moral issue of our day.
They bring credit to themselves,
to tit / r country, and to their
faith."
In his report. London took issue
with the two editorials which had
appeared in the magazine. "Amer-
ica,"' warning that anti-Semitism
might result if Jewish groups con-
tinued their campaign to oppose
religious practices in the schools,
and charging that the American
Jewish Congress did not speak for
American Jewry in leading such ef-
forts.
"The American Jewish Congress
does not claim to speak for the
Jewish people as a whole," London
lared. "No organization does.
It should be noted, however, that
the Supreme Court decision outlaw-
the New York Regents' Prayer
- been acclaimed not only by
Protestant church groups but bj
every major American Jewish or-

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Ten rabbis jailed for piotest-:ig segregation in Albany Ga.,
have been honored by the American Jewish Congress with
scrolls citing their courage. devo:ion to liberty and fulfillment
of the teachings of our prophets." Photo shows Shad Folier,
AJCongress governing council chairman (second from right1,
and Julian Freeman, co-chairmen 'extreme right who pre-
sented scrolls to .left to right Rabbis Israel S. Dresner, Temple
Sharev Shalom. Springfield, N.J.: Kurt Flascher, Brooklyn,
N.Y.; Everett Euger.e Gendler, Jewish Center of Princeton, N.I.;
Robert Eugene Gclcburg. Congregation Mishkan Israel. Ham-
den, Conn.; A. Bruce Goldman, Temple Beth Or. Paramus,
N.J.; Richard Israel Hillel Foundation, Yale University, New
Haven, Conn.; Jordan S. Ofsever Congregation Beth El, New
Haven, Conn.: Allen Secher, Temple Sinai. Massapequa,
L.I., N.Y.; Sanford M. Shapero, Park Avenue Temple, Bridge-
port, Conn.; an< Lloyd Tennenbaum, Huntington Jewish Cen-
ter, Hur.tir.ctc:. 1 [. N.Y.
Morgentl.au Son to Take
On Rockefeller in November
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NEW Y RK : A -- R
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ship by the Den ratk State
convention zx Syracusi He will
i.t the opponent, in nexl S .< mber's
stati eleetioi I -. Velson A.
Rockefeller, who was renominated
by the Republican Pi rty conven-
tion in Buffalo.
The major parti- Jew-
ish candidates It r major office
The Republican- renominated Unit-
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The Di ats renom-
Stati Arthur Lev-
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The Democratic nominee tor the
c xernorship is ;i son of former
U S Secretary of tin- Treasurj
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., ;i close
associate ol President Franklin D.
R sevelt. Henry Morgenthau, Sr.,
a supporter of President Woodrov,
Wils Mixed as the United States
assador to Turkey, and was
active on many other diplomatic
ii issii ns under President Wilson
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IN TmE C RCLIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC1AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR CADE
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No S2C 9805
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Cumplulnl for IHvorci has been filed
>i.u. and you ari required i"
nerve a eopj oi your Answer or Plead-
Ins tn tin- Hill nf Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, BAM I-El. STEEN,
IDS lllltmore Way, Coral tlables, Flor-
ida ami flli ih. original Answer or
Pleading In il- office of the Clerk i.f
thi- Circuit Court on or before the
15th da) of October, 1962. If you fall
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APPLICATION FOR DISTRiBL'TlCN
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
Ni 1TI1 'E i- hereli> Klv.-i
havi filed m> Eln.il Ri
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thai .n tin 22nd iim .'f i '
will aiiplj to Ihi Ho.....ii
Judges ol l: .t 'ounts, Flo
approval ..f said Mnal Rep
distribution si : I rial dlsi '
executrix of the ntati of tin
named decedent. This 12th
Keptembet
I.MK \ INiil BOKtl AHRENK
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Attorni >
i ins notice shall be published once ,
each week for four ronsecutivi weeks ^"-'\' .....ng
in THE JEWISH PLORIIHAN Miami 32, Fla.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
i. this nth ilx\ of Septemhet
All i a
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Deputy i "li 11;
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITC
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10031
EDMl'ND MARtilE Wlt'Z and
SVI.VI A MARU1IV. ICZ,
Plaintiffs,
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROEATE
,.. NO. 51142
IN RE Entail
l."IIS MEYERS,
Deci
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
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three simple requests that there should be
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that there should be blintzes for everybody!"
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Friday. Sept
Your Rosh Hashona Question Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is Rosh Hashona observed in
Israel for two days while all
other holidays *re observed for
cne day only in Israel?
Rosh Hashona is the only festival
that occurs on the first of the
month. In the days when the first
of the montn was determined as
.i result of the testimony of of-
ficial witnesses who observed the
appearance of the new moon, com-
munities outside Israel o u I d
sometimes not know of the exact
vlay of the new moon in time to
set the official day of the festival
which comes at a set day during
the month; thus festivals outside
Ol Israel were set for two days.
lest the beginning of the month
be a day later or earlier.
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Crystal House, oceanfront apart-
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plied to the Department of the
Arm> Engineers Corps to construct
a fishing pier extending into the
ocean about 17(> feet from the exist-
ing bulkhead. The deck of the sea
ward end of the concrete pier will
be about six feet above mean low
water.
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In Israel, however, they would
have known in time and conse-
quently the festivals were of one
day duration Rosh Hashona. how-
ever, could not be set for one day.
i \ en in Israel, because of the fact
that the new moon minht not be
seen until late in the day, and the
next day would be set as the first
of the month, hence Rosh Hashona
is universally observed for two
days in our own day.
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Why do some peop'e eat from the
head of a lamb on Rosh Hash-
ona?
TWO reasons are advanced for
this practice. One is that it is a
symbol of the r.ini which was used
as a sacrifice instead of Isaac on
Mount Moriah Since this episode
if the main feature of our mem
ories of R"sh Hashona. it was com-
memorated b) eating from the
head of a lamb Another reason of-
fered is thai this practice is sym-
bolic of our prayer to the Almightj
that we be placed at the ""head"
of our destiny and not at the foot
of it For this reason the head of
the lair!) was eaten Later it be-
came customary to at leasl eon
sume the head of a fish, when it
was rather impractical to gel a
head of a lamb
Why are there so many added pray-
ers on *he Rosh Hashona holi-
day?
Rosh Hashona being a time ol
awe and judgment was one in which
the populace is advised to >pend a
major portion of the day in pray
er. Naturally, the emotional at-
mosphere of the da) gave rise to
verj impressive poetry by those
who specialized in liturgical poetry
The best ol these was chosen to
form .i pan ol our Rosh Hashona
liturgy
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Why is ;t customr.ry to go ojwp
to pray at the water's edie on
Ihe aferr.oon of Rosh Hashona?
A number 61 reasons have
i for this pi n tice, w inch is
known Ti shlich Some claim
that this is done 14. remind us thai
Rosh Hashona 1- the anniversary
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of the Creation of the Universe.
Standing at the edge of a flowing
waterway, reminds us that origin-
ally the earth was completely en-
veloped in water, and it was only
the action of the Creator who clear
ed away the water and confined
it within certain boundaries that
gave rise to our civilization Since
we were then at the mercy of the
Creator, it is well to remember
that we are always at His mercy,
especially on Rosh Hashona. when
matters of life and death are be-
in u decided in the tribunal of
heaven Others claim that pray-
ing at the water's edge reminds
us of one of the Divine tests through
which the Almighty put Abraham
Because of the Satan's challenge
as to Abraham's inherent faith in
the Almighty, the Almighty had
Abraham immersed in water up to
his neck to see if he siill retained
hi.- faith eve:: though there was a
danger of his drow ning.
Abraham retained his faith, and
I ssed the test, thus earning the
right to establish the future of his
children as the people of Israel,
on judgment day. it is an omen of
courage for us to remember that.
even though we are "up to our
necks" in trouble and in danger,
we should retain our faith, as the
Almighty always comes through
and saves the faithful as He did
Abraham Some claim that the
Tashlich ceremonj reminds us thai
we are BS the li-h ol the sea, at
the mercj of the Divine fisherman.
Who ha> it in 111> power to let us
swim on. or Who sets His line to
catch us and end our lives
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fish are; but to continue on with
faith, and praj that the Almighty
will spare us and lei u> live an-
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in Israel, Harold Dunsky and his family had a private
with Prime Minister Ben-Gurion During the meet
- Grand Old Man turned to a member of the delegation
How man) times have you gone to Israel"' The
oentli puffed up and answered proudly. "Fourteen times" .
"H. |'rim< Minister nodded k'indly and said That's nice 1 went
only once.*' In France, Dunaky, who is fund-raising executive
of Cedars "f Lebanon, met his bnither. I)r Irving Dunsky, a ma
IS. Air Force statmned in Kvereau Prevailed upon
to deliver a talk at the Officers' Club, Dunsky obliged His
'How to Finance an Officers' Club" .
nd Murray Schwartzman have returned to their home
rd il -i- a in day visitd to Baltimore Highlight
v.i> the weekend of Sepl 15. when grandson Mark
- Bar Mitzvah at Temple Tifertth Israel, with Rabbi
id officiating on Sunday, the evenl was further
A'ith .i linner reception for 150 at B'rith Sholom Temple
i Mitzvah boy is the sun of Hie former Gloria Schwartz
llliam Seff, Who have two more of the same to plan for
an and Richard, 11 and - *<<
I.....M- for 70 guests on Sunday celebrated the engage-
ie Roth and Gilbert Sheldon Bogis Host- were the
bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bogis.
]RJ." 18th ct.. formerly of I'lully The bride-elect is the
Mrs Sylvia Koth and the late Harry lioth Among
the i -- admiring the sparkler on the fourth finger, left hand
Hire bride, her fiance's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Na-
than K Spector, of Miami .
tor her seventh and final year of study at the Curtis
Instil i i Music, attractive and talented Michele Levin, daugh-
ter ol : and Mrs Herbert Levin, 5305 SW 64th ct. When she
next June at the age ot 18. Michele will be the young-
est student who has ever received a double degree in piano and
from the Philadelphia school.
-
- for the forthcoming Shalom Cruise sponsored by the
Hiami Israel Assn. keeping the .lack S. Popicks, the
lien Ks-ens the Leonard Solomons, and Mr. and Mrs Maurice
erj busy They're planning a series of receptions in
honoi Consul and Mrs iJee> Hover Official patrons ol the Nov.
uise aboard the SS Jerusalem .
i Kislak. general campaign chairman of the United Fund.
-peak at last Thursday night's reception a: the home
>>: G and Felice Schwartz a few minutes after the lights
throi the Kendall area went out for more than two hours .
Ii.it Felice is psychic and included hurricane lamps and
candles in her decorating scheme for the evening, so with the
burning high, the meeting went on without a hitch .
I calendar at Westbrooke Country Club is crowded with
costui parties for members in every age group throughout Oct
Cocktail dance slated for adult members in the Grand
Ballro.im on Oct. 20 ... A lur and diamond fashion show for the
edification of the distalf side on Oct. 23 at a "Two for One Ladies
Luncheon" Teen agers will don Halloween outfits for a dance
"> Oct 27, the adults will show their originality in costumes the
next hi. and the Children Will take over for their own party
"; the 31st.
-
!i ppy birthday Monday for one of Miami Beach's best known
Vbe Eisenberg, ol the Riverside Memorial Chapels .
er-than-ever Abe and his charming lean leaving next
Week a three-week vacation at the Arlington hotel. Hot Springs,
Ark .
Another popular citizen in these parts. Morris Lipp. former
Miami Beach city manager, and his Helen on a combination busi-
ness and pleasure trip to California and the World's Fair in Se-
attle
Helen and William Mahler, of Miami Beach, plan to spend an
entire month in Israel Left here on Sunday lor New York,
in HI Al airliner winged them across the Atlantic .
of Hartford. Conn last week honored Mr and Mrs Her
!l1"1 KiM'nberg, of 4421 Sheridan ave for their work in estab-
lishing ,|. Yeshiva ot Hartford 13 years ago Occasion was
">e completion of a second building adjoining the first on.' .
11,1 Eisenbergs active in Greater Miami, too. having helped to
establish the Hebrew Academy and Young Israel of Miami
-.
Dinner party hosts at the Miami Springs Villas' Japanese
Steak House, the Richard stones' guests included County Manager
McNayr, Mr. awl Mrs William Singer, and Mr. and Mrs.
Irvin
Li
W.I.
Singer Given a lesson in chopstick handling, McNayr
Ml twirling them liki an old timer .
Seen dining Monday night at the Big Porterhouse restaurant.
d Mrs. Sh'ddon Dobkm and Mr and Mrs. Michael Sossin
President of the Sports Car Club of Creator Miaou. Dr Dob
Coral Cables optometrist, sports a license plate which reads
'-':' Sossin, managing director of the Blackstone hotel, is
President of the Humane Society of Creator Miami .
M another table, the Herman Sumars and the Herman Kell
lans Most of the conversation on Temple Beth Am s building
'.""' chaired by Kellman, who is also director of public relations
f/t,
Ott
oman s
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"sjTewiislh Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday. September 28. 1962
Section 3
Reception at the home of Judge and Mrs. Irv-
ing Cypen last week honored leaders of "Op-
eration Open Arms," Temple Emanu-El's sum-
mer activity program. Left to right are Joseph
Cake inaugurating the Shalom Cruise of the Greater Miami
Israel Assn., scheduled Nov. 8 to 20 aboard the SS Jerusalem,
is cut by (ie!t to rights Wolf Lazarus, president of the Amer-
ican-Israeli Shipping Co.; Miss Judie Ware, secretary in the
Miami Beach offices of Zim Lines; and Maurice Revitz. pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. Three-hundred Jew-
ish community leaders will sail on the 12-day cruise to seven
Cctibbean islands. Reservations are still available, and may
be made ot the Zim offices, 407 Lincoln rd.
Cedars Auxiliary Launches Season
hr
l ropical Park.
Executive board members of
Cedars Of Lebanon Auxiliary held
Iheir first fall meeting this week
a! the home of Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapiro, a pioneer member of the
group, "'I chairman of the Wom-
en's Division development fund.
Auxiliary president. Mrs. Nath-
aniel Levin, presented a three-
month activities schedule, which
includes fund raising luncheons
geared to obtain support for the
completion of the hospital's upper
three floors.
"Life guardians and godmothers
giving-levels should be raised this
year to Step up our campaign."
said Mrs Levin
"During the next year, the auxil-
iary board will meet on the
ond Tuesdaj of each month, to
tighten up controls of our v Ide-
spread services and voluntary bos-
M. Lipton. president of the congregation; Mrs.
Lipton; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader;
Mrs. Cypen; and Judge Cypen. vice president
of Temple Emanu-El. __
Zamora Women
Elect Officers,
Plan for Season
New officers and hoard member--
of Temple Zamora Sisterhood are
making plans for fall activities
Under a presidium including Mrs
Stanley Silvern. Mrs. Ann Gold-
berg, and Mrs. Rose Galton, a Yom
Kippur night dance on Monday,
Oct 8. the annual welcome home
dinner on Oct. 28. and a gay nine-
ties party the evening of Nov. 17,
are scheduled
The first in a series of luncheons
will be given on Wednesday. Oct
IT. at noon.
A regular Sisterhood meeting
Wednesday. Oct. 10. 8:15 p.m.. at
the Synagogue will center on the
holidays of Sukkot and Simchas
Torah, according to the cultural
vice president. Mrs. Harold Shu-
man. Program will feature mem-
bers of the Sisterhood in a fashion
show by Acines of Miracle Mile.
Other officers are: chairman of
the board. Mrs. Sam Altman: mem-
bership vice president. Mrs Ann
Hirsh; fund raising vice president.
Mrs Sam Rozeen; recording sec-
retary, Mrs. Harry Fishman; cor-
responding secretary. Mrs. Herman
Douglass; financial secretary, Mrs
Li uis Charter; treasurer. Mrs
Nathan Go.iy; parliamentarian.
Mrs. Sam Kabenowich.
Mrs Dorothy Greenberg. chair-
man for the donor affair. Mrs Os-
car Smukler, co-chairman; hospi-
tality committee. Mrs. Helen Fried
Mrs David Rose, and Mrs. Leon
Ilonig; social action chairman,
Mrs. David Kivel; sunshine chair-
man. Mrs. Milton Binstock; consti-
tution revision, Mrs Edwin Solo-
mon; and telephone chain:
Mrs Dotty Hams, with Mrs Har-
ry Kaminoff assisting.
Oneg Shabbat chairman. Mrs.
n Miller, co-chairman. Mrs '.
riel Spector; Mrs. Ed Fabric.
in charge of rummage; Mrs [n
ing Simons, retention chairm
Mrs Hershel Brooks, adult edi
turn; Mrs, Irving Klein, 'i
Fund chairman; song ch
Joseph Kwart; and pub!
chairman, Mrs. Harold Shapiro.
pital programs, and to coordinate
the plans for achieving our pledge
Of $125,000 for 1963.'' she concluded
Tentative dates were set for two
major women's functions on Oct.
15 and Nov. 2. similar to the Gold-
en Gift of Guardianship luncheon
last year attended bj some soo per-
sons
Beth Am Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
>ill hold its opening membership
brunch on Wednesday, Oct hi. at
The Temple Auditorium. Elton
Fdclnian will arrange the floral
fashions to be used Committee
in charge includes Mis Sam Berk i
witi. Mi Goldstein, Mrs.
Lawrence La tidy, and Mrs Melvin
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Friday, September 28, 19G?.
Beth Am Ladies
Map Activities
A course on [ood, for tun and
fancy, will be given at Temple Beth
Arr. after the holiday.-.
An art appreciation course will
b< given by Mrs. Shirley Green or.
the fourth Wednesday of every
month trom 10 until 12:30.
Lectures will touch on various
phases of visual arts, paintings,
sculpture and graphic arts. Panor-
amic slides and the Metropolitan
Art seminars will be basic mat-
erials. Gallery and exhibition vis-
its are planned. The first meet-
ing will be held on Oct. 24. 10 am.,
in the home of Mrs. Jack Duhlberg.
Schedules for a course in ceram-
ics, discussions of the political
scene, adult dance classes under
the direction of Mrs. Jess Freed,
and a course in comparative relig-
eon. chaired by Mrs Paul Kahan.
will be announced soon
New Auxiliary
Set in Orlando
Department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States of Amer-
ica recenUy added its newest auxil-
iary. 759 in Orlando.
Mrs. Ted Lingaton. of Hialeah.
national historian, instituted the
new auxiliary, and Mrs. Fdward
Levine. of Miami, president of the
Department of Florida, installed
the new officers. Assisting were
Mrs William Ackerman. of Miami,
organizer for the Department of
Florida, and Mrs. Louis Deutsch.
of Hollywood, junior vice president
of the Department of Florida.
President of the new auxiliary is
Mrs Morris Marcus, also serving
as B'nai B'rith district chapter ser-
vice officer and philanthropy chair-
man
Other officers are senior vice
president. Mrs. Jack Mallan: jun-
ior vice president. Mrs. Nathan
Goldstein; chaplain. Mrs. Harold
Roussman: patriotic instructor.
Mrs. William Gamson; conductress.
Mrs. Samuel Miller; treasurer. Mrs.
Adrian Shore; recording secretary.
Mrs. Sam Rosenbaum; correspond
ing secretary. Mrs. Irwin Recu:
trustees. Mrs. Sid Rosen. Mrs. Her-
bert H. Gertner and Mrs Jack
Hosid: guard. Mrs. Arnold Koplan;
and historian. Mrs Mel Slonin.
is
happiness
old
fashioned?
No, indeed! But some of the best
Mays tj happiness are old fash-
ioned... I ike the taste of real
old haimishe Kasha, for in-
stance. The kind Grandma
used to make! How did she
do it? Easy. As easy as beat-
ing an egg and chopping
an onion. You'll see. Just
folio* the economical di-
rections on the WOLFF'S
KASHA package.
HAVE SOME
for DINNER
TONIGHT
BUT BE SURE
YOU MAKE
ENOUGH!
*,KA$HA
l/eutiOUi, nutritioui Brown
Buckwheat Groats. Alto enjoy
Wolff Creamy Kernels (grits)
Ksh 'N' Gravy, Kasha Soup.
fUE: KASHA COOKIOOKI
Just address request to:
Ph/llie Wolff, Peon Yan, N. Y.
C'OOking Mildred
orner
Brllin
During the hours of soul search-
ing, contemplation, and prayer
spent in the synagogue and in our
homes at the High Holy Days, the
thought may come to mind that, as
members of the House of Israel,
we are joining with our brethren
in a unified, worldwide observance
In traditional holiday meals, so
much is told of historic background
and current environment that from
the food itself we can learn enough
about our fellow Jews to become
more wise and understanding from
this knowledge.
A Rosh Hashona dinner served
recently in a tiny town in Georgia
perfectly exemplified how food pat-
terns develop. At the same time,
she combination of the older and
newer dishes used as symbols of
our familiar New Year traditions
mid eloquently how possible it is
to adjust to the life around us
without losing our own faith and
heritage. The family that served
the meal, the only Jews in their
community for many year.-, had
lived among their neighbors with
mutual respect and genuine affec-
tion. Yet. despite many adopted
local customs, their home a> un-
questionably Jewish.
For this Kosh Hashona. the meal
began with the familiar old-world
favorites, home-baked challas >hap-
en round for the festivals, chopped
Arveys Honored
At Israel Fete
JERUSALEM (JTA) A 500-
acre land reclamation and affores-
tation project, named after Col.
Jacob M and Mrs. Edith Freeman
Arvey. of Chicago and Miami
Beach, was dedicated at impress-
ive ceremonies held in the Jeru-
salem r.ills.
Col. Arvey. a Jewish communal
leader in Chicago and Miami
Beach, and his wife were manifest-
ly moved as the project was form-
ally named in their honor by Dr
Yosef Burg. Minister of Social Wel-
fare, and Dr. Joseph Weitz. act-
ing director of the Jewish National
Fund.
Before Israeli dignitaries and a
delegation representing Chicago
Jewry, Col. Arvey thanked the Gov-
ernment of Israel for dedicating
the project to him and Mrs Arvey,
Slating that "the tribute belongs
to the Chicago Jewish community
whose contributions made the pro-
ject possible
Alter the ceremonies. Col. and
Mrs Arvey were guests "t honor
al a reception at the headquarters
ol the Jewish National Fund.
liver, and chicken-noodle -
But then it turned into a mode! ol
regional cooking. The chicken was
pan-smothered with gravy and
rice. The carrots to symbolize
prosperity, were cooked whole
then delicately glazed with short-
ening, sugar, and a hint of lemon
juice. In separate side-dishes,
there was a vegetable medley of
okra stewed with fresh tomatoes
and sauteed onions. Dessert was
Ambrosia, shredded coconut, and
just enough orange juice or white
wine to moisten Even the honey
cake hai acouired a Dixie flavor,
with the addition of pecans from
their own garden.
Menu for Rosh Hashona Dinner
Challas for the festivals
Wine for Kiddush
Bowls for honey
Apples or Grapes
Chopped liver
Chicken-noodle soup
Pan-smothered chicken with
gravy and rice
(Mazed carrots
Medley <>t okra. tomatoes,
and sauteed onions
Spiced peaches
Watermelon pickle
Tossed salad with French dressing
Ambrosia Honey-pecan cake
Black coffee or tea
Sossin Speaks on Beach
Michael Sossin, managing direc-
tor ol the Blackstone Retirement
hotel, was to speak to the Civitan
Club of Miami Beach this Thurs-
By noon at the Barcelona hotel
Paul Grand, Miami Beach attorney
and past commander of the Jewish
War Veterans, was to introduce
Sossin, who i.s a member of Go>
Farris Bryant's committee to em-
ploy the handicapped. Gale Hove>
is the new president of the Civitan
Club.
TETLEY TEA
INSTANT OR IN BAGS
Tet!ey has that full, wonders
i ful "t ny little tea leaf flavor".
niw m
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water.
iWUJ WBfihl
Challas for the Festivals
2 cakes yeast
about Vi cups lukewarm water
1-16 teaspoon saffron (Optional!
2-3 teaspoon salt
14 cup sugar
S'-j cups sifted all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 well-beaten eggs
1 egg yolk
Dissolve the yeast in '. cup of
ihc water Add the saffron, salt,
and 1 tablespoon of the sugar. Let
stand in a warm place for 15 nuns
In a large mixing bowl combine
the flour, yeast mixture, remain
ing sugar, the oil. and the 2 eggs.
Add just enough lukewarm water
to make a soft dough. Knead on
a lightly floured board until sat-
iny Place in a large greased bowl,
turn the dough completely over
rover the bowl with a cloth, and
Id the dough rise at 8(> deg. F
in til double. Punch down, and re-
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move about '- cup of the dough, eggs until light and fluffy Beat
hape the rest int.) 2 high round in the honey. Sift together the
. some istance apar; on a floutf. baking soda, baking ,.,
rea_. Roll the re- salt, and spices Vfd to tha hat-
etween the palmfoTWr alternately with the COfRte,
he hand- into a long, thin rope, stirring only enough to blend |
iss each around in the nuts and raisins. Po rito
the rim of each loaf, like a crown a _,r,.jsed and floured a\: 1x2 i.
Cover with a cloth and let rise Pan. and bake at 350 leg F aosut
again until almost double. Brush -,, m|nutes, until a cake tej
he surface if both loaves with the certed in the center somes hi)
egg yolk, ind ike st ISO deg r ,jrv Remove frjm the pan i i
about 43 minutes, until a rich cooj on a racj|
brown To be certain ;he loaves----------------
are completely baked, turn one
iver. The bottom should be a med-
ium brown. Cool the loaves on
racks This makes 2 medium-siz-
ed loaves.
Pan-Smothered Chicken with
Gravy and Rice
4 rounded tablespoons all-
purpose f'.our
'-. teaspoon -
1-8 teaspoon black pepp sr
l cut-up broiler-fryer
6 tablespoon- oil r chickea fat
1 cup thicken soup
2 cups cooked rice
Combine the flour, salt, ind pep-
per in a small bag One at a i
shake the pieces M i hieken n the
flour to coat them evenly. Use ill
hi [lour mixture. Hear
L hieken fat in a large lie \ I
hieken pieces and
si les over ;.' lium hi a When
he chicken is a rich hi idd
i up, bring to a b il
pan. Mien lower '-he heal a.', i iittl
mer until the chicken -
Allow about me h in- I ths I tal
,'ooking time Ser\ ken
in a deep pi al the gra'
over it. and pass the rice sepa ite
ly. This amount serves
Honey-Pecan Cak*
': cup ^ .: ; il 'i:
i cup sugar
3 eggs
23 cup honey
2:a cups siftel all-purp -
1 teaspoon baking s0 la
lla teaspoons doubl i :
baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
'a teaspoon ground ;loi ,;
'-. teaspoon gorund all-
2-3 cup cold strong coffee
1 cup pecans chopped medium '
fine
1 cup seedless raisins, cjt
in half
Cream the ing, sugar, r-
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to start the year
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ents' Council" of the Greater Miami
National Council of Jewish Women,
.::al plans for membership recruitment
s of all divisions to be held on Wed-
Sec:? left to right) are
Is, Mesdames Bornard Yesner, Coral;
3oldberj, Shores; Morris Futernick,
Emanuel Rothbart, Bay; Joseph ".'.
:-. i Stanley Wolff, Section
retary. Standing (left to right
Sidne "is immediate pas'.
ident, Section; Aaron Farr, national board
member; Stanley C. Myers, national vice
president; and Section officers, Mesdames
William Altman. membership vice president;
Mayer Baskin, vice president, public clfcirs;
William I. Brenner, administration vice pres-
ident; Raymond R. Rubin, president; Jack
Chanin, vice president, ways and means; and
Edwin Oppenheim, vice president, community
services.
Bebe Idelson
Unit to Gather
Pioneer Women, Bebe Idelson
Club, will hold a regular monthly
meeting next Thursday,^ p.m., in
the Washington Federal bldg., Nor-
mandy Isle
Mrs Celia Davis, cultural chair
man. will present a program, and
refreshments will be served.
Last Friday afternoon Mrs. Isaac
Oflenhenden, president of the
group, conducted a board meeting
at the home of Mrs. Meyer Seigel,
1840 James ave.
Chicago Club Attracts 200
Two-hundred members attendef
the regular meeting of the Chic
Club held Sunday evening at
Deauville hotel. Harry Capla.i
In charge of arrangements.
Holiday Plans Completed
Ben Clein, religious chairman C
Temple Beth Am, has appo.: i
: iseph Masters chairman of I
High Holidays. Ushers have beea
ilnted for all of the services,
and a special family service
arranged for Yom Kippur at
2 p.m.
C cil Divislans to lB!ast Off With
bership Drive 3t Wednesday Meets
. Greater Ml-
i. Nat n il Council of
en, .....I on Wed
, lunch th irganization's
i p campaign.
Mr- \ liam S. Vltman, section
v lent f membership,
i women of the Greater
munity 11 "bestow your
bership >n Council, and
i receive the gratitude and
f your community." Sec-
t ent Mrs. Raymond

Bay Division will meet for brunch
ai 11:3! :i.. in the Balmoral hotel
A musical comedy. "Council's
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Evening Divsion "ill meet at the
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de Leon blvd at 815 p.m. Guesl
speaker will be Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man, whose topic will be "Women's
Role in the Community." Refresh-
ments "ill be served.

Irdian Creek Division will meet
for lunch at noon in the home of
Mr- Harold Dudoff. Palm Island
4 Council Blasts Off" will be
the program theme.
e
Islands Division meeting will be
lu 1.1 at the home of Mrs. Irving
Miller. 2305 Lake ave.. Sunset Is-
land 3 Brunch will be served at
11:30 a.m A musical skit. "Never
on Sunday." will be presented. ,
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Lincoln Division will have a
luncheon meeting at noon in the
Sea Gull hotel. 21st st.. and the.
ocean. Program will include a
skit. "The Magic Work of Council,"
and guesl speaker, Mrs. Sidney
Lewis, immediate past president of
Council Section.
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Shores Division program will be
"Council's Carnival." A petite
, luncheon at Westview Country Club
will be served at noon.
*
Sooth Dado Division "ill meet for
a 9:30 a.m. coffee at the home of
1 Mrs. Irwin Morse. 500 Campana
ave.. Coral Gables Guest speak-
! er will be Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim,
vice president, who will speak on
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Cuban Jewish Refugees Will Say Thanks'
To Beach Couple on Rosh Hashona
Hundreds of Cuban Jewish ref- what she believed to be "the hest
upees will take the occasion .on. possible Jewish education.'
""For her. this meant the Hebrew
Left tc right are Mrs. Maurice Cahn, membership vice pres-
ide.'.; c'. the Miami Beech chapter of Hadassah; Mayor Ken-
it .- Ckc. who has proclaimed October as "Hadassah
Month;' end Miss Lillian Goodman, president ol the Beach
cfcoptei. '
Miami Beach Hadassah to Kick Off
Membership Drive at Meeting Monday
Mis Maurice Cahn, membership
vice president of the Miami Beach
chapter of Hadassah. will launch
s membership kick-off and "Walk-
a-thoc" en Monday, 10 a.m.. at the
Algiers hotel Among the 200 repre-
sentatives of the 15 chapters will
be members of the youngest and
newest group, Rananah, recently
organized
Mayer Kenneth Oka has issued
a proelamation designating October
;.. "haoassah Month."
Mis; Lillian Goodman, president
of '!' Beach chapter, whe has just
returned from the national Hadass-
ah convention in Pittsburgh, will
preten! the- chapter with awards
earned in the past year. Included
ia ai (i iTaved silver tray for the
8'-S lift members, and banners for
oversubscribing the fund-raising
quota and an increased member-
ship.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Sam
uel Z. Sakrais. of the national serv-
ice board, whose topic will be
"Prologue to Tomorrow."
Serving on the membership corn-
: mittee with Mrs. Cahn are Mes- i
dames Manning Mintus,- Pauline S. |
! Schycon. Caimon Spiro, Betty Feu- ]
i er. Harold Melnick and Nat Barth.
publicity chairman
Hadassah, the largest women's
I Zionist organization in the world..
i with a membership of 318.000. is |
| a non-governmental organization of i
the United Nations, and affiliated j
I with the World Health Orgamza-
| tion.
Organized in 1S12. Hadassah has
liosh Hashona to offer up prayers
lure for the recovery of a Miami
Beach woman.
They will also give thanks to her
ind her husband for their quiet
hilanthrnpic endeavor.
Members of the Cuban Hebrew
Social Circle of Miami have noth-
ing but praise for Mr. and Mrs.
am Fuchs. of Miami Beach.
When news of the struggling or-
anization tirsi came to the com-
unity through a series of feature
rticles in The Jewish Floridian.
ir and Mrs. Fuchs immediately
ent the society a substantial cheek
o help launch it here.
Enrique Kalusin, president, and
Or. Felix Reyler. executive direct-
or, point to Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs
'as models of the Jewish mitvah
if tzedakah" when it comes to the
ilight of the Cuban refugees.
Fuchs is a prominent industrial-
ist with many factories in North
Carolina. He and his wife have
lived here for some ten years, and
are members of Temple Menorah.
The designation of Kalusin and
Dr. Reyler has particular signific-
ance on the occasion of Rosh Hash
ona.
In January, a Cuban couple and
their two children arrived in Miami
Three months later, the 34-year-old
husband died suddenly. The strug-
gling widow, as the summer ad-
vanced, felt an increasing longing
that her children should receive
Academy." Kalusin and Dr Reyler
explained.
As of now. the Hebrew Academy
boasts two young Cuban students
, on their way to learning about theif
, heritage and history as Jews. The
scholarships for the tot refugees
I are being paid by Mr. and Mrs.
i Fuchs.
Recently. Mrs Fuchs was involv-
ed in an accident. On Monday, she
I left the hospital.
No wonder that members of the
Cuban Hebrew Social Circle here
will offer up a silent prayer for this
| thoughtful Miami Beach couple on
! Rosh Hashona.
Beth David Names Ushers
Lewis Sternshein. president of jell Goldman, Philip Gouz. Reuben
Beth David Congregation, this week I Idels. Stanley Jamison. Henry Ka-
announced the appointment of'men. Bernard Leffler.
Maurice Heyman and Paul Kesser Also Ted Lomaskin, Samuel Os-
as co-chairmen of an ushers com- trowsky. George Rachlin, Issie
mitte lor the 1962-1963 season. Ram.. Bernard Reiter. Irving Ros-
Ushers committee consists of en, Henry Rosengarten. Arthur Ros-
Jerome Adelman. David Alterman,; inek. Leon Rossoff. Ed Safer. Fred
Sam Badanes. Murray Baum. Har Sandier. Fred Scher. Bernard Seg-
old Berke. Harold Berney. William al. Gus Shaw. Harry Stone. Harry
Berson. Maurice Coulton. Harry, Suskind. Samuel Traurig. William
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+Jti$tn Friday. September 28. 1962
SYLVIA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Sylvia Lefcourt's lite reminds one of a sparkling stream placidly
_ through pleasant meadows With a little twinkli she admits
e's m er done anything wrong or anything startling. She met her
. :.d. Sidney, when fourteen, and he was fifteen They
th lived in the seventy block in New York City, and belongi
. th groups in the neighborhood Central Jewish Institute. Childhood
sweethearts they were, and sweethearts they
have remained. After high school. Sylvia at-
tended Hunter College for a while, where she
studied merchandising. She worked as a r si-
dent buyer until she got married and moved
to Miami just twenty-seven years ago next
October.
Sylvia started through the PTA circuit.
Brownies. Girl Scouts. National Council of
Jewish Women. L'nited Fund, Heart Fund.
Combined Jewish Appeal and others. She was
the founder and president of the Torah group
of Hadassah. She still is active in Hadassah.
on both the group and chapter level, filling in
when the need arises.
Sylvia is "First Lady" of the Jewish com-
munity, since her husband is president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. She had
hoped that he would not accept any more
community responsibilities, but since he did
last June. he is very proud of him, and is
.. :h him every step of the way. The Lefcourts like to travel. Having
explored most of the countries in Europe and Israel, their next trip
will be to the North Cape However. Sylvia says they are beginning
:<> feel that a summer home in North Carolina, where they can stay
j ut for a while, sounds very enticing.
Both Lefcourts are avid golf and bridge fans. They carry a run-
n.ng score with son Jeffrey, who goes to the University of Pennsyl-
vania, and daughter Barbara (Mrs Barry Haimani. whenever they
; re in town. Every once in a while. Sylvia gets that "Grandma feel-
ing ." and flies up to Mobile for two or three days to see that all is
wtll with Barbara's precious Beth Arline.
Even though Slyvia insists she doesn't cook, sew or do anything
one bit better than anyone else, this one thought of hers reveals the
happy pages of her life: If she were to come back in the next world,
she'd want to be the very same Svlvia Lefcourt.
+ *
WAS SHE AGGRAVATED
Estelle and Bill Brenner were out at Doral Country Club for a
short weekend with their newly married friends. William and Sylvia
Frishman. of Cincinnati. Beginning at two o'clock, Estelle said they
would start for home and let the Frishmans go on to the Americana,
where they were to continue their honeymoon. One of the other three
always had something to do a phone call, an important letter to
write, a drink, a sandwich. The payoff was when Bill decided he
wanted to take a shower. Estelle simply picked up her suitcase and
said. "I've had it, I'm going home."
They tagged along, but even if they aggravated her half to death,
they delayed her long enough so that all of her friends had time to
arrive at the Brenner home and yell "Surprise!" Aaron Farr took a
fiash picture of Estelle as she walked in that will go down in history
as the picture of the most startled face ever seen.
Janet (Mrs. Sidneyi Rosenberg and Horty (Mrs. Preston) Thai
carried out all of Bill's plans. He thought of the surprise birthday
r.nner party all by himself. It really was an important birthday.
..-iL' those at the party were Philip and Pearl Trost. Howard and
leu Hirsh, Hy and Helen Kaplan. Bert and Eve Lippman. Harry and
Orleans, Jean and Adla Stits. James and Roz Katzman. and
- and Susie Gimbel.
* *
- BIG CAKE
e big :ake lid "Happy Birthday Grandma and Daddy." Daddy.
.s Lurton Goldberg, had to come home early, the first time in his
e, just to spoil the surprise, wife Joyce lamented. However, sur-
: .not. Burton helped his mother. Florence, blow out the candles
his daughters. Carol and Abbey, and his father watched. Also
i elebrate were the David Schaechters and Bernard Sandel
just come from seeing his wife Fredi. who was in the hospital.
* *
BE SURE YOU MEAN IT
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Ketzky cropped a post card to Herman and
Ann Wepman from Lake Placid. "Meet us." it said. Meet them they
c.o. in New Orleans where they had a delightful live-day holiday, and
:*en the Wepmans. who had flown down, drove back to Miami with the
Xetsk;. I,
* *
THE PLACE TO GO
This year, the Orient is the place to go. Mrs. Eva (Bern Hartley
and Mrs. Florence Nadler will soon be en route for Japan. They had
a preview of some of the things they are going to see at the luncheon
that Rose (Mrs. Sandford) Kramer and Sally (Mrs. Chester) Krone
gave for them in the Empire room of the Eden Roc hotel. Sally used
some of the lovely things that she had brought back from Hong Kong
to decorate the tables. Among guests were Mrs. Irving Gordon. Mrs.
Morris Zimmerman, Mrs. Anne Sadowsky. and Mrs. Lou Beiler.
* *
FORTY-SECOND AND BROADWAY
It has been said that you see everybody you know if you stand
OB the corner of Forty-Second and Broadway. It's the same on a Sat-
urday night in the Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roc. Spotted through-
cut the room were the Joseph and Samuel I.iptons, and the Jules
Channings. Judge Irving Cypen and Mrs. Cypen were at a large table.
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Dr. and Mrs. Julian Rickle. Carl and
E.-ther Weinkle were with thtir daughter. Ernice, and her husband.
Ir Dario Vidaillet.
Handicap Aide
Knows Firs* Hsnd
Pitfalls of Trade
Colleen Egan is a pretty 23-year-
old girl with a Master's
the field of n, who is
a new and highly valuable addition
to the staff <>f the Jewish Vocation-
al Service of Miami.
Colleen will work with ola'er peo-
ple in the community, who have
been disabled or are conquering
other 5, toward full-time
n rmal emploj n
work with others i I in the
community too\ en omi Ihi ir
ial problems and return to the com-
pel i rket on an ......
with others
The job Colleen has assunx
a for:. one, and the know I-
edge that she herself has i vercome
a scne- ni handicaps should prove
a graphic inspiration to all. Par-
tially blind, Colleen possesses a
minimum oi vision necessary for
her to do her work and travel with-
out aid from her apartment to her
office, and to visit with members
of the Miami business community.
with whom she will meet to plan
programs that will allow her clients
to return to commercial industry
A graduate of Sarah Lawrence
College with a degree in psychol-
ogy, she has receive,! a Master's
degree in rehabilitation work at the
Richmond Professional Institute of
William and Mary College. Before
coming to Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice, she went through a period of
internship and field training for the
Florida Council of the Blind, both
in Daytona and in Jacksonville.
She will work closely with the
Sheltered Workshop at the Jewish
Home for the Aged, which is super-
vised by Donald Block, also of the
JVS staff. The workshop has not
only played a vital role in the re-
training and revitalizing of the
aged, helped the handicapped and
mentally ill and others realize their
place in commercial industry', but
also has helped them receive sal-
aries for their work.
Although the returning of handi-
capped persons into the industrial
community is an integral part of
the work of Colleen and of Jew-
ish Vocational Service, the JVS,
which is directed by Dr. Michael
Goodman, and is supported by the
annual campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, performs
many other communal functions.
Colleen has a realistic approach
to her work and says that "a hand-
icapped person is simply a person
who has a disability which can be
circumvented." Colleen, who in
addition to her near blindness is
also a victim of polio, has a sen-
sitive approach to her work and
has proven herself well-qualified to
help others to help themselves.
Ardmori
MISS (VIC ROTH
Evie Roth's
Betrothal Told
Mrs Sylvia Roth, of Miami
Beach, formerly of Wilkes Barre.
Pa., is announcing the engagement
of her daughter. Evie, to Gilbert
Sheldon Bogi^
The bride elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attends the
University of Miami. Her father
was the late Harry Roth
The future bridegroom is the son
of Mr and Mrs, Abraham Bogis.
of Miami, formerly ol Philadelphia.
Pa., and the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan K. Spector, ol Miami
A graduate of Northeast High in
Philadelphia and the University of
Miami, he is a member of Phi Ep-
silon Pi. social fraternity.
Pythian District
To Meet Tuesday
Miss Sophir- Hi
Flagler Temple. Pythiai -
Miami; wh< was electe
deputy grand chief of the Fifth
District. Pythian Sister-
at a district meeting ii
Temple M on Tuesday ,
District meetings will be ield at
Miami Beach Temple ;
10, 1963, and at P.oosev.
:i^. Miami, on Mar. 6. l
official visits to each
"'v th an Si-ter Tempi* -
:. i : the Sta i I Fl iri
made b< | utj .
II. rrii thi
dates: Tues
ami Tei ;.
Fidel tj 14 V
i" Ocl i
Beach Temi l< 43 We Ii
7 Roose> i it T: iple 3
Tues ay. Nov. I Flagl
54. Miami.
At these \.-::-. ;h disti
convej spi cii' r itualistic
cr instructions fri m th
chief of th Sti 1) ol 11
assembled Sisti i -
Pepper to Speak
About UN Here
Former U.S. Sen. Claude Pepper
will speak on the contributions of
the Jewish community to the Unit-
ed Nations and on the United Na-
tions itself at a Sisterhood meet-
ing of Temple Judea. 320 Palermo,
on Friday, Oct. 12 at 8 p.m.
Invitations have been sent to all
church and temple groups in Coral
'Gables to attend Sen. Pepper's dis-
cussion.
Sen. Pepper, a former member
_pf the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, was the first sponsor
of legislation to establish lend lease
in World War II
Emanu-Ei Service
Set at Auditorium
Temple Emanu-El. holding its
High Holy Day service- for the
sixth consecutive year in the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium, will "i"'n
the door of the Main Temple for
its junior congrgation
be held on both days of Rosh Hash-
ona on Saturday and Sir
10 30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The sen nt will be direct*
Paul Kwitney, member of hi
ulty of the Tmple Emanu-El re-
ligious school, in consultation with
Morris Tarasow, educational direc-
, tor
Students Alan Avnet 12, d
j Ralph Mizrachi 11, will c inducl i
services.
Services art cpen to all children
between the age S of 5 and L2. Ti I n
agers will hi seated with heir par-
1 cuts at the Auditorium, services for
whom begin at 7:15 p.m.. on Fri-
I cay evening, and at 8:15 a.m. for
: the preliminary service, and at
9:15 a.m., for the morniru service,
on both Saturday and Sunday sat
, urday night services are icheduled
; for 6 p.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi "f
1 Temple Emanu-El, will preach at
the Auditorium services Cantor
Hisch Adler will chant, assisted y
the Temple char under the dilu-
tion of Mrs. Florence Goldrm
Center Worker
Leaving Miami
Arnold A. Piskin. director of the
Miami Beach YHMA Branch, will
be leaving the Miami area at the
end of this month to accept a posi-
tion as executive director of the
Jewish Community Center of Lan-
caster. Pa. He has served in his
present capacity for tht pa-;
years
As director of one of the four
branches of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. Piskin
was responsible for the develop-
ment of total center program in
the Miami Beach area.
At a gathering last week, friends
presented their best wishes to.
Piskin. his wife. Hannah, and chil-
dren. Brenda. Jay. Craig and Scott,
as they prepared for their depar-
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Sisterhood ( Temple Ner
sponsored a "Treasure
I Saturday night in
\ ditorium. The party,
erved as a "welcome-
the many members who
for the summer, was
the midnight Sell-
irles Raab, chairman
nt. ore a charcoal-col-
shift with small while
ions d iwn the front, tea-
h round neckline and
placed low in each
The classic shirt
..- the choice of Mrs. liar
r> Kastan in porcelain blue-col-
ored m ygashel linen. A white
lh with a scooped neck-
ipped with a pink sweat
,r Aorn by Mrs. Louis
Hirsch
Whili imported cotton with a
... lern print was selected
Michael Clazer. The
I i int was in ^old, pink,
and br Her neckline was
in both front and
hack slight cowled effect.
A whiti sweater handed in the
print inpleted her ensemble.
Mrs i riton Blake chose a burnt
i moygashe! linen
sheath skirt, and a white silk
blouv featuring a geometric
print in tones and shades of yel-
low and gold. Mrs. David Frank-
d'l sheath was in a jewel tone
shade ol Turquoise which she top-
ped with a white sweater.
Mrs Ruth Guldstone wore a
white sleeveless jersey with a fit
and a slashed bateau
necklini Her skirt was perma-
nently pleated, and her color ac-
cent was the brilliant gold of her
wide bell An off-theshoulder
necklini was featured on Mrs.
Robert l.evine's cotton print.
Wine green and white were com-
bined into a floral print, which
had a fitted bodice and an un-
pn ssed pleated skirt. Mrs Sadie
'In. sky's blue and white silk
printed sheath was one thai she
brought back from a recent trip
tn Europe.
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A powder blue cotton was the
** (hole ol Mrs Harry Glaser
for the "Treasure Dig." Her deep
inserted neckline of sheer illusion
was detailed with white lace flor-
al appliques, short sleeve- ende I
in a slighl bit of gathering, and
her skirt was full. Miss Rita
Goldman wore a white linen
sheath with powder blue all-over
embroidery. Her matching jack-
et was lined in the same shade
of blue
Mr- Eugene Schwarz chose .1
vivid multi-colored floral printed
silk shift The Oriental influence
was seen in the slits on the side
of her skirt; while her scooped
neckline was laced with self-
fabric which continued into almost
panniers Mrs. Max
Raski chose a punt for the
in tones and shades ol
and greenswith a scoop-
ckl ne and toll skirt A blue
sheer wool was worn i Mrs, Julia
Donath. Her sheath followed the
classic lines and had a modified
-haw! collar.
A peacock blue Silk sheath was
the choice of Mrs .lack Green-
I erg An a.-cot tie at the neck
was detailed with a narrow band
of white silk, as was the sil-
houette Of her dress, with a nar-
ffhite band running from the
neckline to the hemline. Mrs
L u .1 Cold'- dress and match-
ing jacket were in silk Roses 111
sombre shades of blue were print-
ed on white. Her neckline was
"V" shaped, with a touch of drap-
ing, wl i'li created a softening ef
feet An I.-raeli knit was worn
by Mrs Fanny Sklar. Iridescent
shades ol blue and purple blend-
ed in her -heath and matching
e'lanel-sty led jacket Royal blue
bra I I banded her scooped neck
line
CISTERHOOD president. Mrs
** Murray A. Shaw, wore a sky
blue silk shantung ensemble that
she recently bought in lion}; Kong.
Her sheath was topped with a
waist-length fitted jacket which
had bracelet-length sleeves and a
self-fabric rose at the neckline. A
salmon-colored shift, with a tail-
ored collar, was the choice of I
Mrs. Louis Cohen Mrs. Henriet-
ta Fine chose an eggshell white,
silk dynasty brocaded sheath. Her:
scooped neck had a flat self-fabric
bow. and she also wore a white
iridescent sequined sweater.
Discussing plans for the Temple Beth Sholom dinner honoring
James M. Albert are Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, president oi the
Sisterhood, and Mrs. Harry E. Wolk. The dinner will take
place on Sunday evening, Oct. 14, at Doral Country Club,
with Isadore Hecht as chairman.
Zarnora Cites Three Students
Religious school at Temple Za-t"Ashre" at the Sabbath services.
mora has initiated a new program Rabbi Herschel Brooks, spiritual
in which outstanding bovs are re- leader and principal of the school.
warded in a very special way. said that Br,en.\ Pliski"' oward
Manhoff, and Michael Sobol were
Each week, a different outstand-1 awarded this honor during the last
ing student is chosen to read the three Saturdays.
51st Season At Beth David
At sundown on Friday. Heth Dav-
id Congregation will inaugurate its
51st High Holy Day season.
The Conservative synagogue will
usher in the Rosh lla-hona Holy-
Day under the spiritual leader-hip
of Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Can-
tor William W. Lipson will be assist
ed by a choir under the direction of
Albert Sussman
With the accent on youth, teen-
agers will also participate in the
service. Junior congregation, for
children 8 through 12. will conduct
its services in the Social Hall. Jun-
ior cantors will be Bruce Kaler.
Mark Marbey. and Jerry Orlin.
who have been trained by Cantor
Lipson. Frank Miller will blow the
Shofar.
Teen-agers will read the Torah in
the main synagogue for the adults,
a- well as for the junior congre-
gation. Fred Wellisch will read on
the first day of Rosh Hashona. and
Jeffrey Ram on the second day.
For the second consecutive year,
over 700 families will worship to-
gether under one roof at Beth,
David Estimated attendance is
expected to exceed last year's 2,100
worshippers.
While adults and teen-agers will j
worship together at the main serv-
ice, concurrent services will be tak-
ing place in the Social Hall for the
: 8 to 12-year-olds and in the Youth
I Lounge for the 6 and 7-year-olds.
A nursery-kindergarten service, un-
der supervision, will be provided
in the school annex for 3 4. and 5-
\ ear old children.
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Mrs. Alex Gordon will give the
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"Friends and Lens," a film on
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Cedars Hospital
Leadership seminar and dinner
1t. be beld at Cedars of Lebanon
ik.spital on Wednesday evening
will feature capsule talks by de-
partment heads, and a report on
the financial status of the hospital
Plans are now under discussion
tc launch a fund-drive for construc-
tion and equipment of the upper
three floors of the hospital. Mi-
ami's newest non-sectarian, non-
profit institution located in the
Metropolitan Civic and Medical
Center.
The hospital opened its doors on
Ncv. 19. 1961. with 108 beds. Com-
pletion of the six-story structure
vould bring ihe total to 282 beds.
"We are running at near maxi-
n-.um capacity now, and there is
a need for additional beds," said
Stanley C. Myers, trustee chair-
man, nd hospital administrator j
Sanford K. Bronstein, "and our '
litra-modarn hospital building is
resigned for expansion."
The fourth floor will become a
heart research and treatment area,
featuring the newest in cardiac
resuscitation equipment. It will be Miami community leader Samuel
called the Abe Aronovitz Memorial j o was ^ ,igted as ..ger.
Heart Pavilion, in memory of the r ,n...i
late Miami mayor who was chair-1 >ous" on Wednesday following a
mar. of the hospital building fund j two-car collision Sunday night at
fet fore his passing two years ago.; SW 90th ave. and 27th st.
Cooperating in the capital drive; Sapiro. 68. of 6340 Riviera dr..
>ill be the Cedars Auxiliary, head- Coral Gables, was resting in South
d by Mrs. Nathaniel K. Levin. Miami Hospital with five fractured
last year the women raised $125,- ribs and head and internal injuries.
tOO, and have pledged another, Mondav night. Sapiro, who is
J$125,00C for the coming campaign.; presjdent of Cedars of Lebanon
Over 3.50C patients have been ad-1 Hospital was operated on twice
jriitted and discharged since the for ,Wo separate lung punctures.
Jiospital was opened nine months |
ago. More than 1,560 surgical pro-, Sapiro was taken to South Mi-
cedtires were performed. 7.000 ami instead of to Cedars became
3-rays completed, and nearly 70,-. of its proximity to the place of
00 meals served. accident. Prominent in many
Sandy Kandel, past vice president of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Council of Greater Miami, presents a check for S2.500 to San-
dra Wooten. representing the patients treated at the Variety
Children's Hospital. Watching the presentation are Mrs.
Henry Steinhauser (left), chairman of the Miami BBYO board
of directors, and Victor Levine, a member of the board of di-
rectors of the hospital. The money was raised by 500 mem-
bers of the BBYO in a one-day Tag Drive.
Sapiro Listed As 'Serious'
Chagall Lithos To Go on View
During the scxt two weeks, I has created in the lithograph med-
"Temple Israel will show the first
original set of lithographs created
by Marc Chagall from his interna-
tionally-renowned stained glass
.inflows in the Chapel of the Had-
assab Medical Center in Israel.
The four to be bung in the Com-
munity House of Temple Israel
Jewish community civic, philan-
thropic, and cultural organiza-
tions, he is the author of an article
entitled "Cedars of Lebanon on
Our Medical Scene" in this
week's issue of The Jewish Florid-
ian. (See Page 3-1.)
The driver of the second car was
charged with failure to yield the
right of way. Alex S Marchando,
19, of 515 Valencia, Coral Gabies,
was accompanied by two friends,
Larry Lee Brindle. 19. and Conrado
de Fan Jose, 18, all of the same
Valencia address.
The three youths were listed in j
satisfactory condition at South Mi-
ami Hospital.
ium. They repreie.nt the Israelite
tribes of Asher, Benjamin, Levy j
and Zebulon in brilliant colors and
design, and have .been issued in a
signed, limited edition
The lithographs are on loan to
the Temple from Mr. and Mrs. Ber
through the High Holy Days are' nard Kramarsky and Mr. and Mrs.
the first of the 12 windows Chagall 1 Stuart Gordon.
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rrv l Katz. president o( Hart
l'ri has built his specialty
Shion store into one-of ******
. 0( its kind in F'.on-ia. perhaps
Jthe South, in eleven short years.
HartU\ .- i' Miami," Katz says,
.. nd i wanl tn keep it that way.
Our fash., n policy is geared to local
oreferencts and is not set by a
{few York or ChicagJ-based cor-
poration.'
Hjrfltv's new Dadsland outlet
includes 17,500 sq. ft., and is the
third brmch for the Miami fash-
ion house in little more than four
re square feotagt to 87,5*).
Our r< ice of the DadeUnd loca-
tion a- made after a year of econ-
omic research in South Florida,"
Katz commented.
Katz purchased the original
lowntow Miami it >rj in 1951.
- Like tnt mam store, the Dade-
Und branch will stock everything
from couturiere ti slim-budget
clothes I fashion-conscloua wom-
en, in addition to men's wear and
"children > clothing
Person-. I will >t il 10 in the new-
store. Manager is Clifton L. Can-
ada, of Miami
Over the years, under Kati' re-
tailing policies, the Flagler st.
tore has been expanded many
times, now is M times bigger
than the original shop. In 1*5*,
a branch was opened in Ft. Lau-
dtrdalc, and 19*0 saw the open-
ing of the Northside Center store.
The Hartley business is strictly
I -family matter, Katz said. His
sons. Stanley and Richard, are mer-
tkandisino and financial special-;
ists. SOD-in-law Norman Todd isj
the create, advertising expert. Alii
ate Hart.'ey vice presidents.
Katz and his wife. N'etta. havel
been marred for 40 years. They i
live on Belle Isle, mid-way between!
Miami at d the Beach, and are
1'ember.- t Temple [srael Congre-'
Ration ] re .tr,' 1) grandchildren
now. and eekly jet-togethtn are
Itraditii r. in tl is -knit family.
Paqs 98
At a recent 175th anniversary celebration of the signing of the
Declaration of Independence at the Benjamin Franklin hotel
in Philadelphia, Pa., are (center) William W. Shayne, Miami
real estate executive. Miss America of 1963, Jacquelyn Mayer
(right), and Miss Joan McDevitt, chaperon to Miss America.
Guest speaker was former U.S. President Harry S. Truman.
Emanu-EI Men Name Committees
Chairmen rrf key committees of
the Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood j
were announced this week by Mich-'
ael Sossin. president'.
They are Louis Spector. member-t
ship; Allen Goldberg, program and
planning; Samuel Seltzer, finance
and budget; O. J Rosenstrauch, en-
teitainment and special affairs; i
Samuel Katz, house; Al Kaplan,!
bowling; Al Zablo, ways and
means; Judge Milton Feller, hos-'
pitality and reception; Sidney Ray-1
mond. telephone; Noah Fleischer'
Boy Scouts; and Ben Zion Gins-
burg, religious.
Brotherhood this year will con-
tinue its support of Temple Emanu-
EI youth activties, and will accel-
erate a cultural and social pro-
gram
Plan< iv being formulated for
Dr. Irving Lehrman to conduct a I
monthly Bible study class on Sun-j
day mornings in the Temple.
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Friday, September 29. 1953
Pilgrimage Seats
Going Rapidly
Seats for the Dedication Pilgrim-
age to Israel are going rapidly, re- j
ported Zev Kogan, liaison repre-j
M'ntative for the Jewish National ]
Fund Council of Greater Miami, at
a special meeting held Monday.
Scheduled to leave Miami on the
afternoon of Oct. 23, the pilgrim-
age will dedicate the ground on
which a sister city of Miami, to
he called "Me Ami." will be erect-
ed after the Jewish National Fund
develops the land site.
The JNF Council of Greater
Miami estimates that the project
will cost about $5,000,00, of which
Sl.000,000 has already been rais-
ed.
Enroute '" Israel, the group will
be mel in Washington by Pr<
Kennedy, if he is in town, and by
Sen itors Smathers ;i:i;i Holland and
jressman Dante B I- as
In Israel, they will be met by
li government representatives.
1! the new
city
I. iti : they will visil Switzerland
and Pans, traveling on El Al Air-
line-
Sholem Lodge
Hears Executive
Nathan Perlmutter. executive di-
rt ctor of the Florida office of the
Anti-Defamation League, was guest
speaker at the annual membership-
fellowship breakfast of Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B"rith.
Meeting was held Sunday morn-
ing at the Park Lane cafeteria.
President of the group is A. Dav-
id Uayvis. and membership chair-
man is Milton Hahn.
Beach Family
Plan New
Mayor Oka is Speaker
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth
Oka was to address the South Beach
Men's Club at an open meeting this
Thursday evening at the South
Beach Elementary School. Presi-
dent of the organization is Walter
B. Lebowitz.
.ttmr
On the ramp 0: an El A3 Is-
rael Jet, the family al Dr. "i
Mrs. David Nathan Bay good-
bye prior to takeoff.
Emanu-EI Service
Set at Cemetery
The annual cemetery pilgrimage
for members of Temple Emanu-EI
i* scheduled for Sunday. Oct 7. at
Mt Nebo Cemetery, where a new
section has been set aside for the
congregation.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-EI. will officiate at
the service, to begin at 11:30 a.m.,
and Cantor Hirsch Adler will chant
the memorial prayers.
Dedication services for the new-
section are scheduled for 11 a.m .
prior to the pilgrimage
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MANUFACTURERS OF CUSTOM MATCHSTICK SHADES
AND WOVEN WOOD ACCESSORIES
ALL TYPES OF WINDOW SHADES
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Homes, Hotels, Motels, Offices, Ere.
NOW LOCATED 2301 NW 8th AVENUE
Ph. 635-1772
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
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753 NW. 3rd STREET Ph. FR 1-2421
Trip
The family of Dr. David Nathan
are so enthusiastic about their trip
to Israel that they are planning an-
<>me. r.e*t >wiflg or su8una
The Miami Beach internist and
his family, who live at 4440 No. Jef-
ferson ave., recently boarded an El
Al Israel Airlines Intercontinental
Boeitm TiiT 420 Jel and departed on
a junket to Europe and Israel.
The trip started with a visit to
Cincinnati, where they joined son
Robert, who had gone on ahead in
order "to take in a baseball game.""
From there, daughter Nancy re-
,..::- 11 was a stopover in Chicago,
;:.! then Sev York and the El Al
to London. En route to Is-
1 .. (hi N spent time in
gen, Vienna and A
rom Israel \;.i Rome,
V rk
Temple Menorcih
Is '3ar Mitzvah'
- 1 special
al Temple

which
north part of
-
onoui
;. 7, .' mbers
::_;. to 1 Ed-
ius lead-
Y yer Abramo-
begii ..ng=
of the Tt"
II j; Rosh Hashona then. too.
as a handful of families gathered
in a local theatre to worship. Fol-
lowing the services, they met >n a
store, where the North Shore Jew-
ish Center was organized as a Con-
servative synagogue. Two year?
later, the congregation, approved
by and affiliated with the United
Synagogue of America, called upon
Rabbi Abramowitz to act as spiri-
tual leader.
On Rosh nasnona 5723. Temple
Menorah will attain "religious ma-
turity.'" Rabbi Abramowitz will
dedicate his Holy Day sermons to
this theme. Revitz will reveal
plans for a Bar Mitzvah dinner at
the Temple on Thursday. Oct. 4.
Beth Am Adult Institute
Adults of Temple Beth Am can
attend class at the same time their
children are attending Sunday
school. Every Sunday morning, at
10 a.m.. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard
conducts a class on "Excerpts from
. the Bible"' in the Temple library.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OLTCHICK, Pre'..
BEST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
S. S. I.OI m \
Real Estate
New Address
127 NW 2nd STREET
Phone FR 1-8537
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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2454 NW 5th AVENUE
FR 3-5054
Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
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LEASING LOW RATES
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All Major Credit Cards Honored
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Seaboard Airline R.R. Skyways Motel Airliner Mo'e
JEEP RENTALS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
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Bob Moore's Welding & Machine Shop
Motor Block Repairs Metallizing
Welding Heliarc Complete Machine Shop
Lathes 62" Swing 30 Ft. Centers
3147 N.W. No. River Drive NE 4-0689
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FIRST FLA. REALTY & INVESTMENT CORP
HAROLD REISFIELD & ASSOCIATES
2500 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 3-0880
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
GEORGE AND FANNIE BERTMAN
HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PEACE IN THE WORLD
WILLIAM W. SHAYNE REALTOR
701 N. MIAMI AVENUE FR 4-5164
D
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
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9265 S. DIXIE HWY. Ph. MO 7-64*1

HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
UNIVERSAL TAG & LABEL MFG.
1090 E. 24th STREET HIALEAH
JACK WAGNER, Pres. Ph. 696-3123
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WHITES FRESH MADE CANDIES
9444 HARDING AVENUE SURFSIDE
JOHN WHITE, Pres. UN 6-5145
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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E. L BIRMINGHAM, President
152 NE 1st AVENUE MIAMI FR 1-2765


Friday, September 23, 1962
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Page 11 B
Officers ol Golden Ring Club No. 2. which
announced acceptance of a special project for
Ihe Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Mi-
ami, were introduced at last week's reception
at the Fontainebleau hotel honoring Rabbi
Leon Kronish. honorary chairman. They are
(left to right) Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman,
Mrs. Annette Muller. Jacob Richman. Mrs.
Rose Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen, Mrs.
Jacob Schechter and Mrs. Gussie Chester.
Richman is president of the Beach club, with
Max Cohen as secretary.
UM President
To be Speaker
Dr. Henry Kin^ SUnfQrcL J>re_4;
derit of ihe University of Miami'
"ill discuss his views on "Leader-
shipA Dimension in Democracy."
the theme of National Business
Women's Week, at a luncheon on
Tuesday noon, Oct. 9. at the Top
of the Columbus.
The event is sponsored by the
1 Dade Business and Professional
] Women's Club.
Mayor Robert King High will
[ give the welcome address, and Mor-
, ris T. McLemore, columnist of the
! Miami News, will be toastmaster
President of Dade BPW Club,
Mrs. Caroline M Leighton, will pre-
t side at the luncheon.
Surfside Appoints Agency
Gerald Schwartz Agency has been
appointed public relations counsel
to the Town of Surfsiie. according
to an announcement by Councilman
Lee Howard, chairman of the ad-
vertising and publicity committee
of Surfside. Schwartz, president of
the agency and a member of the
Government Public Relation:;
Assn., will personally service tue
account.
'Golden Ring Club To Launch Project
The example of two of its mem-
ber- has inspired the membership
of the Golden Ring Club 2 to un-
dertake a major project for the
iredical center in Beersheba. Is-
rael, ben.- sponsored by the Israel
Histadrut Committee of Greater
Miami
Mrs R Cohen and Mrs. An-
Mullei each made individual
- to the Negev Medical
Center, and conceived the idea of
the Golden Ring Club, in which
acth e, spearheading
a drive additional medical
equipmi
ib Richman, president, and
secretary, endorsed the
fter meetings with
Joshua / Stadlan, president. Max
Heeht chairman ol the develop-
ment fumi committee, and Moshe
Berman, executive director of the
Israel Histadrut Committee, the
full plan was approved by Ihe
member-hip
drut Committee of Greater Miami.
Plans for the project were then re-
vealed.
David Goodman, formerly of To-
ronto, where he was an industrial
and civic leader, has been elected
All of the officers of the Golden
Ring Club 2 and many of the mem-
bers attended last week's reception
honoring Rabbi Leon Kronish. hon-
orary chairman of the Israel Hista- chairman of the project.
Elect Mrs. Kramarsky
To 3rd Hadassah Term
j
UN 2I0N CINSBUKG
i*insburg to Head
United Fund Unit
1 Ciinsburg, 420 Lincoln
Beach realtor pas)
President of the Miami Beach
"i Realtors, and member of
* board ol governors of the Flor-
ol Realtors, has been
chairman o! the realtors
mmlttee lor the forthcoming
"mpaign ol the United Fund on
Miami Bi
Announcemenl of the appoint-
*f was mad,, by Samuel Seltzer,
[["Went ol the Mercantile Nation
'Bank ol Miami Beach, chairman
driv Business Division of the
l;iM'1""- hag been active in
' wcles on the Beach for the
years He is a member of
* Miami Beach Kiwanis Club and
l board of directors of Tern-
1 Emanu El,
'"beis on the committee who will
e with Ginsburg In this year's
jjjjjf '"' Charles Weiiihere.
Wm gal- ll:,rr>' MagM. George
ggj Harry Son*. Max L.psky.
Vr io-Kat. Raymond Pettier,
I Creenfi,.! i ''' Firestone. Harold
"""'Id and Mrs. Sarah Docker
PIITSHIRC.I1 iJTAi The
19th annual convention of Hadassah
adopted this week a budget of $9.-
838.243 for its 1962-93 programs in
the United States and I-rael and
i lected Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsk)
to a third term as president
The 2.000 delegates adopted a
variet) ol resolutions dealing with
American, Jewish and Middle Fast
issues, one of the key stands in-
cluding an appeal to the United
States "to make it a condition of
foreign aid'" that no nation getting
such funds be permitted to engage
in economic warfare with other
countries receiving American aid."
a reference to the Arab League boy-
cott against Israel The resolution
i irpresse I confidence that the Unit-
ed States would continue "it- gen-
erous aid program" to Israel
The resolution urged the United
State- to make it "unequivocally
clear" I" the Arab states that it
would nol allow an> country lo
discriminate against American cit-
izens or business enterprises doing
business with Israel, "whether this
discrimination i- in the form ol
;nic blacklisting, denial ol
travel permits, or other restrictive
acts, in violation ol free trade and
mo\ ement."
In another resolution, the dele-
gates urged the United States
support all efforts designed to en-
courage direct Arab-Israel peace
negotiations." particularly those
proposed by member nations ol the
l mted Nation-." ami to make it
clear to the Arab- that the United
States would "not permit any act
of aggression in the Middle Ha.-!
aie.i "
The delegates also asked the
tinted States to act to remedy "the
dangerous arm- imbalance." aris-
ing from Egypt's acquisition of the
most modern military equipment,
including rocket-, which "consU-
tutes an invitation to aggression
On behalf <>f the organisation's 'tis.
imhi members, anxiet) and alarm'
was expressed about the militarj
expansion of Israel's Arab neigh
bors. The delegates said thai
threats by Egypt's Nasser t" de
sirov Israel with the new rockets
represented "a clear and present
danger to Israel- security, to ihe
stabilitj of the Middle East and if
unchecked to world peace."
Hadassah also called upon the
U s Government lo "exert Its in
fluence particularly in the forums
of the United Nations, to impress
upon the community of nations the
necessity ol taking such measures
;,- are necessary to stop persecu-
tion wherever it exists The reso-
lution stated that the world must
he made "to understand that per
secution of any group of people
anywhere because of their color,
race, or creed, threatens the free-
dom of people everywhre."
Speakers included Mrs. Golda
Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister.
Moshe Kol. world chairman of
Youth Aliyah. Dr. Miriam K.
Freund. former national president
and now chairman of the executive
ol the American Zionist Council,
Mr- Herman Shulman, national
chairman of lladassah's committee
on Zionist Affairs, and Mr- J
Leonard Weiss, of Irvington. N.J..
Hadassah chairman for the Jewish
National Fund.
Mrs. Meir predicted that the time
would come when Israel would sit
at a peace table and negotiate with
the Arabs but not before the Arabs
accepted the fact that "Israel is
lure and will remain." Stressing
there was nothing Israel wanted as
much as peace, she said there were
in outstanding problems that could
nol be solved by honest negotia-
tions.
Kol told the delegates that Youth
Aliyah was making plans to ab-
sorb this year at least 6.000 new
children from 12 to 17 years of
age. compared with the 4.000 ab-
sorbed in the prior 12 months He
said the need to increase the
. gency's absorptive capacity had
ion made crucial bj ihe tact that
Jewish communities that have
I nil secure tor generations in
North Africa and South America"
were now living in tension and in-
security. He said this was having
;i great impact" on the younger
generation "for whom parents seek
I,. Insure a tree and secure life in
Israel."
Dr Freund said that the trans-
mission ol those values which will
root American Jewry in Judaism
\\;i- made more possible because of
ih, existence of Israel hut. she add-
ed, as Jewish life in ihe United
Slates became strengthened "there
will also come a corresponding
spiritual strength for lsarel She
.-aid the question of whether, now
lhat I-rael has been established.
/ onlsm had a future was a chal-
lenge which "presents itself most
keenly to us."
Mrs Shulman said Hadassah had
started a one-year study to deter-
mine how tin American Zionist
movement could he "strengthened
and Invigorated." She said that
throughout the world "most serious
thought is being given" on means
ol doing this, particularly in the
United States.
Mrs Weiss announced that Had-
assah had begun a $2,100,000 JNF
project. a new settlement in the
Arava area of the Neeev, south fif
Ihe Dead Sea. to be known as
"Hevel Hadassah."
Youth Program
At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am announces a
program for junior and senior'high
school students which will be held
in addition to the regular Monday
and Wednesday evening Youth
Group functions
On the secon.l and fourth Wed-
nesday evenings of each tionth
from 7:30 to 9 p.m.. the Temple
will sponsor a "Hobby Night In-
structions will be offered and faci-
lities made available for both be-
ginners and amateurs.
Included are photography, band.
glee club, dramatics, chess club,
debating, painting, arts anJ crafts,
and others.
The pre NFTY Group, S
and eighth graders, will meet in
the first and third Wednesday Jt
each month.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN PROBATE.
No. 62C 9251
TIIK WILUMSBt'R '.11 SAVINOS
RANK,
Plaintiff,
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TO: JOE m.m:i.i:s Hannah ind
MARY l.i:i: HANNAH his wife,
1;. nidi no. > 11. nn 'ill
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or against ih.- above named '!-
fondants, If alive .,1 if de id, theli
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ibove 1 aptloned action has
1 I ._ you 111 Hi.
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thi follow ing rlbi i eal i
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plat therool ded I
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Clerk of tin- Circuit Court
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Merkos Moves
Offices Here
New Address for the Florida ru-
1 gional office of the Merkos L'inyo
j nei Chinuch, central organization
! for Jewish education, will be l'J20
Michigan ave
The Merkos. which maintains
: schools and Yeshivoth throughout
! the world, and is a leader in pio
j neering for Jewish education, is
S the educational branch of tha
Chabad Chassidic movement.
Hebrew Unit to Meet
Histadrut Ivnt. Hebrew-speaking
j cultural organization, will meet
i M >nday evening. 8 p.m., at Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan.
Assn 1235 Washington ave. Pro-
; gram will include a report on tha
j recent world congress of Jewish
i education in Jerusalem and elec-
tion of new officer-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
': [S HEREBY ilVEN tnat
1. undersigned, les.rtng to engage In
.- un ler thi fictitious O iru,- of
!t.\ Ml > it 17420 .- W I :
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COUNTY. IN PROBATE.
No. 62C 10486
JOSEPH r RANK IAVARONE.
Plaintiff,
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9-Mf% 1st fkridfiar
VNDiR M STRICT AND
CONSTANT LOCAL KABulNKAL SUPMISiON Of KABBI TIBOi H. STfRN
ii
Food Fair Kosher Meat
c Stores are Pledged to Give the
Be*Quality at the Lowest Pricey
or Yoor Money Back /
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Friday, Septen.:
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L'SHANA TOVA TIKASEVU VISACHASEMU

r
Sept. 29-30
1962
\jhanbs \Jo our ksHanu jfrienJs and L^ustomers
for their patronaye, ma we wish you ana your family
contentment wood health, and the fulfillment of yoitr
deepest wish in life
IN OBSERVANCE OF ROSH HASHANAH
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS WILL BE CLOSED
SUNDAY. SEPT. 30
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
STORE HOURS FOR THIS COMING WEEK ONLY
MONDAY 8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M.
TUESDAY 8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M.
FRIDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
8 A.M. TILL 3 P.M.
8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M.
8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.
STORE HOURS FOR 10th ST. & WASHINGTON AVE. ONLY
Sun.: ClosedMon.: 7 a.m.-9 p.m.Toes.: 7 a.m.-9 p.m.Wed.: 7 a.m.-9 p m.Thurs.: 7 a.m.-9 p m.Fri.: 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
2091 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
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IN HOLLYWOOD
19th ST. at ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, September 28. 1962
Section C
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Symbol* of tho twotve tribal
on a cord printed in Isroel.
The Toroh.
fc^fcc?' **5
The custom of tahilkh( observed on the .first day
of on Haihanon, it bated on a ver*o in Micoh:
. cot all their tint into the depth* of th eo."
Thi* new village a generation ago-
won raw nn
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
The Prophet Isoloh symbol -
lie* good wlhe* In a of modern de*ign.
i. Shofar II feaor.-d on this American co.d
" ... ...._*- *^^__L
This portrays the Moly land
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6
2

IQosIt JHatkona s Solemn d~Hurgy Ctnspircs
Us UJit/* r/tc JVcJ to 2)e "Penitence
Our Rosh Hanshona thoughts and wishes
are wide enough to express their poignant
concern not only for the well-being of our
loved ones, but for all our Jewish brethren
in suffering or in peril.
The Jewish mood has never been friv-
olous, nor are our wishes glib lip-service.
When we say"A Happy New Year!" we wish
it also for those who are saddened, for those
who are in need, for all who are distraught.
From "The- Spiritual Heritage of Rosh Hdshona." Patft 2-C.
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"Eve of Yom K:ppur Blessings. by Mark S. ot Allied Art in 1924. He achieved
in 1864. the artist taught in his feme with this painting, which was ex
native Latvia, carr.e to New York in 1924, ed :n New York City. Joffee died in
I was elected a member of the Academy
The Spiritual Heritage of Rosh Hashona
By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
^%UR sol men New Year Festival, which begins
^ on the first da> of the seventh month iTishri .
i> far other than the mere opening da> according
to the olden Jewish reckoning, i>l another year in
the relentless flight of time Even ..- the seventh
day of the week is a hcl) day. so is th>- seventh
month of the year a holy month. The special sym-
bolic rite for the first day of the New Year da)
is the blowing of the Shofar. In awe. the wor-
shippers listen to the shrill note of this oldest of
wind instruments whose sounds are uplifting and
soul-stirring.
Our solemn, time-honored wish "A Happy
New Year!" has never become an automatic
greeting devoid of any special meaning. There
was a time before the two great World Wars when
this hearty wish conveyed a larger sense of well-
being, of repose, of good temper and of warmth
of heart.
Season of Hope
'Happy-' is too small a word for the millions
of Jews, who from year to year, celebrate Rosh
Hashona as a sublime religious festival commem-
orating the creation of the universe, the birth of
our patriarch Abraham, the coronation of the King
of Kings, and other meaningful events in our his-
tory: but happy" may also be called a cruel word
for those who are troubled, and an empty word
for those who sorrow or mourn.
But behind this traditional wish, there lies
a wealth of thoughts of deep religious taith and
of personal warmth Our "Happy New Year
wish is not meant for mere merriment, as is the
traditional wish in other religious faiths; for us it
is rather a fervent plea to bless us with unswerv-
ing faith and eternal hope of deep joy and un-
bound love.
Our Rosh Hashona thoughts and wishes are
wide enough to express their poignant concern
not only for the well-being of our loved ones, but
for all our Jewish brethren in suffering or in peril
The Jewish mood has never ben-. :
nor are our wishes glib lip service Whei
A tiapp) New Year!" we wish it also foi
who are saddened, for those who are in
all who are distrauj
Spiritual Regeneration
Man is the pilot if man's barque and i in so
steer ;t as never to come near the forces
struction and death Hut if he has assumed -
yoke, the solemn Days of Awe teach him h
throw it (ill and how sin can be overcomi i>ur
religion teaches US that we are of God and that,
therefore, we are able, by repentance chant)
and good deeds to rebuild the broken fabi
our character and to regain the pristine purity of
our soul Many and paintul are the steps to
climb on the Ladder of Repentance before the
sinner is allowed t>> behold the shining star if
pardon and forgiveness
More than ever in these grim and troubled
times, when both peace and liberty are threatened.
we have need nf calm assurance, of confidence in
God Almighty, who through cruel tribulation.- dur-
ing dark danger-fraught millennia, has never de-
serted the children of Israel, but brought them
tu safety We have -ore need of unflinching cour-
age in the face ol danger and enduring patience
in the lace of bitter frustration. And. above all.
we are in need of unshakable faith in God'J
mercy, compassion and unfailing justice.
The Prophet Isaiah rightly says: "Lei the
wicked forsake his way. and the man of iniquity
his thoughts: and let him return unto the Lord ind
He will have compassion on him: and to our God.
for He will abundantly pardon.'" (55:7).
Book of Life
Rosh Hashona's solemn liturgy, the thrice re-
peated "I'nesanneh Tokef." instills the worship
peri with trembling fear, with the need for TeshU-
a. a return to Got! as an upreachinc for the Huh-,
Continued on Page 4-C
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The Ten Big Stories of the Past Year
By BEN GALLOB
. i men) valid which an overwhelming
I would accept, then there could b< litl i
hoosinj the major news event ol the
.. >(.;,r Ju.-t a> the trackdowo and geiz-
,: former Naii Col. Adolf Kichmann was the
an( Jury ol the Jewish Year 5721. so was the
ent and execution of the key Nazi Figure in
artimi slaughter of e.oco.ooo Jewish men.
,. and children the single most significant
722.
It may well be that history will judge that it
the tour-month trial Of Eichmann which wa
evenl and his hanging almost an anti-
No reputable historian of twentiethcen-
Europe will ever be able again to ignore
facts ol the unparalleled record of t.hc Nazi
de as they came from the surviving eye-
. ,. in the Jerusalem courtroom to be trans-
by < very imaginable communications med-
lit the world.
Imbalance of Payment*
Perhaps nol oi similar massive meaning but
.. major Jewish event was the record
to Israel .:n immigration that took
portions of the exodus from Europe when
newl) reborn, took in the flood of ravai
rom Europe's camps. Israel was again
it destinyto provide sanctuary tor Jews
... from upheaval, particularly from North
I the violent transition of Algeria ft
-. colony to independence under M( sli ;
I udgets and projections were demolish-
th( new riptii'i ;,- Israeli. American and
hes prepared to underwrite the promist

Israel's long-denied and sudden <:c
ol its pound last February was the third
........aj< r st< ry of the Jewish year could 11
Its significance and the events associat-
casl .. li -;.. I u over the future. In
evaluation was a bid to meet interna
ards i I currency stability, it was i
expanding European Common Market',
:: ssentially, it mirrored Israel'.- coi
net of international payment- and the
:. sti cop< with it. a problem
i i. -,iy corr( cted by the one
not maki off asylum to J<
from pi ril
n the touch) Syriai
rid Lake Tiberias collapsed suddenly
. when Syrian gunner- began firing r< -
Israeli fishermen on the lake and i i
police patrol launches seeking to protect
Israel complained repeatedly and un-
:<> United Nations officials in the area
xhausted, Israel struck hard in a March
raid on Syrian gun positions. Both coun-
filed complaints with the Security Council
decision widely regarded as less than objec-
ihi Security Council approved an Anglo-Amer-
ution which ignored Syrian provocation-
condemned Israel for "flagrant violations" of
tnt L'N charter and the Armistice agreements
The story of Jewish troubles in the Soviet
I'nion took a grim turn for the worse during the
year, winch began with the arrest and sentencing
t: three prominentand elderlyJewish lay lead
r- of Leningrad for "treasonable activities." Then
'inn the news that three Moscow Jewish leaders
had been similarly arrested, tried and convicted.
ADOLF EICHMANN
. dominant story
Whih th western world was pondering the inner
aning I these events, news came that Jews
wen be:nc arrested, tried and quickly executed
oomic crinie.-.'" I! became evident that
;h increase in availability of consumer good- af-
ter decades of severe austerity had unloosed
throughout the Soviet Union a spreading grey mar-
ket ol smuggling, currency -peculation and under-
cover trading
Soviet Persecutions
In several -hove trials, the Jewish identification
ol the defendants was spotlighted in Sov-
-- reportsin Tiflis. Vilna and other cities.
Clear. II i Soviet authorities had decided to use
Jew- i.s scapegi at- as a warning to those higher
i oi economic ladder and at the same time
pander to ancient deeply-rooted anti-Semitic
prejui gest that it was the Jew who was
figure in such activities
I frightening analysis overshadowed the dis-
closure bj Chief Rabbi Levine, of Moscow, that
opei iti bakeries would not bake matzohs
assover H> various means the Soviets tried
that Russian Jews were being persecuted
.. but th< (Mention of Jewish defendants
alleged crimes continued. The Soviet
.. Jews from world Jewry and to
extinguish theii Jewish identification also con-
; during 5722.
In another significant development. American
and Israeli Jew- joined in an event which drew
world headlines though, a.- that event recede.-, it
is not clear just what it accomplished. Some 500
American and Israeli Jewish spokesmen and think-
ers met in a "dialogue.'' proposed by the American
Jewish Congress with Israeli Government support.
The agreements and disagreements covered fam-
iliar territory.
There was agreement that American and Is-
raeli Jews were drifting apart, a position which
seemed to imply that at some earlier period in
he brief life of modem Israel, there had been
close rapport in various areas between the two
Jewries The Americans again warned that Israeli
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1962
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*. i.-- ;** i
r= ,
-
-
-
-
. .' : B
--.- :' : : .:' t 01 of iroi
-
6 ihrrttr s **
'.- m ;" forth fingers of a
- \- band tad trver against the :j
ipos tl .
i tee sad be
7-.- -. e was
changed r. ma and .-.. -._.-_- iffrigbted
ban Danad : '
the kn>| summoned c. the wiae
--- :' Baby-lea ukiaf them to interpret tb*
cryptic ^andTtting. but tbej .ere jr-ibie to de-
cipher d
.- wry seaaent .-.. Queen entered the
-.-:. .-ly.T. .-.<: arkes -n* beard what had hap-
;>.',*-: .'.* advised the ..-err.blir.g King to send
for Darjel bc had interpreted successfully Ne-
- taezzar'i dreamt
! a abort while, Daniel wa; brought before
the king. -*bo offered Urn royal sifts if he could
explaiz, the mysterious words on th* wall. Proud-
ly disdaining all gifts of gold and silver. Daniel
eattatiagrj read the Aramic "words as follows:
"God bath numbered thy kingdom and brought it
to aa end Tbon are weighed in the balances, and
art found wanting. Thy kingdom is divided and
I to the Mede:- and Persians Daniel VI 26-
28 .
Inscription at Metaphor
And Daniel was clothed 1- purple and a gold
chain was put around his r.eck and he was elevated
to the third highest rank ir. the kingdom. In that
right, Belshazzar the Chaldean king, was slain"
rDaniel V:30>.
Why the mysterious handwriting, if it were
in Aramic signs, could not be deciphered by the
rise men of the land, who were experts in the
art of writing, (Daniel V:8) has puzzled many
commentators. Modern exegetes surmised, there-
fore, that the mystic message had been trans-
mitted in picture writing which Daniel ingeniously
combined: while the exposition of the words as
given in the Bible i- considered a secondary play
on their meaning.
The inscription has come to be used all over
b~.s:.zzzz: s Fees: pcir.Ung ir. :.. z\
Rembrandl -- ?..;.-.. "In the aazce bom
come farth r.r.rers of a mcr. s band snd
wrote ever ;c~.;.=: tr.e rcr.ies:.::-- ipon
the ptaatef ot the woU of the ji
colcce
nor. as a syn
.
. Rembrandt as an inspirat. 1
rpieces Heuu
.. -i a ht.'.id en-tied Belsh
Feast ar.d Lord Byron movingrj de-:r-
-:: .-- t. of Belsnazzar
Spiritual Heritage
Continued from Pafle 2-C
est During the Days of Ae. we are cor.sc:ousl>
aware of having sinned, a guilt wiped out by dis-
cipline of repentance.
These are the great spiritual gifts W t-ach
Ro-h Hanshona season, precious gifts that *iU
give us spiritual sustenance, will give us strength,
lighten our sorrows and life up our heart-
The golden Book of Life was a spiritual fancy
corresponding to a material fact. In ancient Judea.
to be enrolled m the Book of Life would imply
membership in the Holy Commonwealth '0 be
blotted out. would be to suffer disenfranch> ~ This symbolic idea was- carried over into the
spiritual world. And so we fervently pr3> Re-
member us unto life. O King, who delight- in
life and inscribe us in the Book of Life, for thine
own sake. 0 living God "
Therefore should we set our hearts for this
penitential season and fulfill the precept that tht
Bible command us. as it is written: "You
diligently keep the commandments of the Lord
your God. His testimony and His statutes "hat
it might be well with thee (Deut 6:17-18).
Call of Atonement
The penitential days reach their climax "
Yom Kippur. the most sacred day in the Jewish
year.
An old legend tells us that the soul, when it
is Irought before the throne of God Almighty
is commanded to enter into the body. arder'->
Continued on Page 1S-C
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Friday. September 23. 1962
+JenistiFlcrMian
Page 5-C
Reflecting on the Events of the New Year
By MEIR CHARNIAK
. s H-< mark the new Jewish Year of 5723. we
A realize that no one year stands entirely on its
and that the Jew. who weighs the events of
the pa*' during this period, musOlso lpflk forward
jju |uture and wonder what it holds for him.
Because Rosh Hashona is a period during which
judgment before God. it is most fittinu
;|Cct on the status of the Jewish people
,M on our individual conditionboth past
ami fill '
I, -i history the past is usually darkened
itl, langerout events and persecution. As
3 COn the ful I itta joy and confidence, as man .should.
\ survey Of the past will indicate what
i meai 5722i Jews all over the world focused
chmann trial in Jerusalem. The past
p

-
r r
t ir thi i
our heads and in the minds ot all
Thai past was drenched with bloo.i
beyoml the imagination. While the
Eichmann was necessary and in a
id on the total Hitlcnan era of nor-
re contains strong elements of hope
Jewish people who, in a sense, were
in Jerusalem when Eichmann was
. xecute I
Cautious Satisfaction
the Jews elsewhere in the world
.,. : lays happy. The situation of the Jew,
ifrica, particularly in Algeria, was dan-
..-! of Egypt continued to make
. -Hires toward Israel. Jews in East-
ern I: were justifiably uneasy Jews all
iver \ Africa were on the move. Israel still
has ol problems to resolve
(less, there are many reasons for cau-
tiou s; :. ction. Israel celebrated its thirteenth,
ir i: 'zvah year, but the government was not
prep.iri rest on its earlier achievements. Al-
most in ately after the celebrations were over,
spoksn for the Israel Government announced
that the 1 i had come for intensive development
of thi \i .cv. the barren southern half of Israel.
and oni t instinctively that the year ahead would
b...... -olid plans and lulfillment of those
plans
K. re in the world, the picture had its
i.erk I right side. Jewish life in the Soviet
I'nion .,e harsh and perilous, offered some alle-
viator r a Russian poet wrote eloquently of
Jewish 'uttering and discovered that he had be-
come ntemationally famed figure because of
hi. set ..:> about the Jews. In England, the
Jeuisl mmunity remained intact in the face of
somi irttrnal problems, and Jewish writers, nov-
elists, potts and playwrights enlivened the British
literarj cene and the English stage.
Plae of Dignity
1 i United States, the Jewish community
more thai ever demonstrated its sense of unity
with Jtyyj everywhere in the world. There were
"dial". .- between American Jews and Israelis.
Jewish K.ucators in this country, rabbis, sociolog-
ists am istorians examined, probed and question-
ed thi ailing of Judaism in contemporary Amer-
ica, it ..... a period of sharpened awareness of
significant issuesall of which indicated a grow-
ing maturity of the community here.
These factors must be understood and consid-
ered vi n- we reflect on the religious meaning
oi Ro&fa -lashona for the modem American Jews.
Aluminum sculpture on the wall of the
Cleveland Community Center symbolizes
the rich heritage of Jewish tradition which
is at the heart of all activities conducted by
the Centers and YM-YWHAs affiliated with
the National Jewish Welfare Board. Herman
Eigen (right), executive director of the Cen-
ter, and William McVey. sculptor of "The
Sheltering Roof." here discuss the meaning
of McVey's work of art. "When an Amer-
ican Jew worships ... he is cognizant .
that he represents a people that is flourish-
ing, that is finding a new place of honor on
the American scene .. ."
It is by now obvious that in this country the Days
of Awe s'and forth as the most impressive dates
on the Jewish calendar While Jews in the United
States may in the main be indifferent to minor
holidays-and celebrate Passover and Chanuka on
a social and historical basis-they all recognize the
Continued on Page 12-C
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THE ie?pest inteefaith tensions to emerge in
the last year arose from the Supreme Court
decision that held prayers in public school* to be
unconstitutional.
Emotions unleashed by the decision affected
American Jewry far more than the 1954 Supreme
Court decision against segregation
The dispute on which the court ruled began
in a New York community when the board of
education approved 3 recitation of a so-called
Regent s Prayer" in every classroom The pray-
er was de-cribed by authorities a- non sectarian
and did not mention Jesus Christ But a number
of parent- including Jews. Unitarians, and non-
believers took exception, maintaining that no
prayer of any kind belonged in a public school
They filei suits, citing the First Amendment and
traditional separation of chuch and state.
In June, the issue finally was acted upon by
the nation's highest court The majority opinion
was written by Justice Hugo Black.
Justice Black held that "it is neither sacrilege
nor anti-religious to say that each separate gov-
ernment in this country should stay out of the
business of writing or sanctioning official prayer-
and leave that purely religious function to the
people themselves and to those the people choose
to look to for religious guidance." He found New
York's prayer "wholly inconsistent" with the
First Amendment.
Prayer is Customary
The First Admendment was violated because
"the prayer was composed by government of-
ficials as part of a governmental program to further
religious beliefs." Justice Black traced the history
of American religious freedom and the opposition
of the founding fathers for officially established
religion He saw the First Amendment designed
to "guarantee that neither the power nor prestige
of the Federal Government would be used to con-
trol, support or influence the kinds of prayer the
American people can recite."
Justice Potter Stewart, in dissenting, held that
New York schools did not make the prayers com-
pulsory. He viewed the distinction between free-
dom to pray at will and not to be permitted to
pray as being at stake in the majority opinion
He saw the issue as whether students who desired
to join in classroom prayer "must be prohibited
from doing so "
Were the song. "God Bless America." the
"Star-Spangled Banner" ("In God is our trust"),
and the "One nation under God" of the Pledge of
Allegiance also to be outlawed in the schools?"
Over 100 members of Congress quickly and
heatedly echoed Justice Potter's stand. Sponsors
of the suit came under fire along with the Su-
preme Court. A typical emotional comment came
from Rep. George Andrews, of Alabama. He said:
"They put the Negroes in the schools, and now
they've driven God out!"
Tempers Cool Down
President Kennedy sought to still the clamor.
But the Senate Judiciary Committee announced
hearings envisaging a Constitutional amendment to
legalize school prayers.
By the time the hearings were held, however,
the temper of Congress had somewhat abated. But
mWSSUtOOM
>TH
New York Board of Rabbis presents Bibles
and citations to the Danish people and the
Swedish people for their heroic assistance
to the Jews in 1943, which resulted in the
saving of almost the entire Jewish popula-
tion of Denmark from the Nazis and their
transportation to Sweden; and to CBS-TV
News, which produced the film, "An Act o:
FaUh," in commemoration of the event.
Left to right are Rabbi Harold H. Gordon
executive vice president of the New York
Board of Rabbis; Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz.
chairman of the International Jewish Affairs
Committee; Hon. Erik Kronvall. Consul Gen-
eral of Sweden; Richard Salant, president
of CBS News; Paul Ryder. Consul General
of Denmark; and Rabbi Harry Halpem.
president of the New York Board of Rabbis.
many members remained deeply displeased Thou
sands of letters had poured into the Capital from
all over the nation, the vast majority attacking
the Supreme Court's position.
Instead of putting the question directly be-
fore the Subcommittee on Constitutional Amend-
ments, the Judiciary Committee decided jut to
air the matter before the whole committee This
made it apparent that there was more concern
over appeasing the folks back home than actually
ramming through an amendment.
Throughout America, Christian minister- aril
church groups voiced strong opposition to the Su-
preme Court. Yet some Christian clergymen ani
church elements saw the decision as proper ani
desirable. But they were in the minority Jew-
ish groups and rabbis mainly backed the court.
The decision created divisiveness and conflict.
Many responsible non-Jews, lay and clergy alike,
felt that Jewish organizations were pushing h
yond responsible defense of rights to drive Easter
and Christmas observances out of the school*
Cases were cited in which there were schools an!
even entire school districts in the South and We'.
where not even a single non-Christian child was
enrolled.
A civil liberties victory was won when thJ
court rendered its verdict. But it was a sever?
setback in the area of current human relation;
The sophisticated doctrine of the First Amendmen'
was obvious to liberals but many ordinary. Go*
fearing folks had never heard of the amendnn".'.
They felt that some alien elementsJews, radical-,
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Satmar Hassidim Build Their Own Town
By SAUL CARSON
Brooklyn
_N j 500-acre tract in the New Jerstj meadow-
V laiuls 45 mill's or K> from the teeming slums
of Brooklyn's Willilhwburg, ground will he broken
( a new housing development and an industrial
'ark (in our Mile f the broad highway spiking
ea there "ill rise at the beginning 4(0 new
split level houses and ranch-style cottages.
ith us own yard and landscaped lawn.
Simultaneously, there will be built a synagogue
a school with grades from kindergarten
>h rabbinical seminary, a mikvah (ritual
tath and a matzah bakery. There will he a
ng renter with at least 15 stoics
Across the highway, in the 100-acre Indus-
trial park, there wiH be a number ol factories
making furniture, several medium-sized tar
--.t-nt enterprises, a knitting mill. Two hundred
. ; mes wiU be ready for occupancy by next
Bj the fall of 1963. the public building are
lied to be completed. The High Holy l>a>s
1963 uill be celebrated in the new synagogue.
Thus, a dream dreamed by the Satmar Rebbe
_ one of the greatest of Hassidic rabbis in the
* A \.i-t. self contained development, costing ul
t.matcb at least $20,000,000. will become the
norld center for the many tens of thousands of Sat-
r.ar Hassidlni in this country and in Israel, in
Brazil and Argentina, in Uruguay. Canada and
Belgium and in many other scattered, smaller
Jtwih communities around the world
Williamsburg the Hub
Tlu Satmar Rebbe his legal name as an
American citizen is Grand Rabbi Joel Tcitelbaum
- is a 75-year-old scholar who barely escaped
from Hitler's clutches during World War II. The
renter ef his vast Hassidic sovereignty now is
Wilhamsburg. an area of Brooklyn which is so
run down that there is scarcely a block that is
not marked for razing as part of New York City's
blum clearance program.
At his 1.200-member Brooklvn synagogue.
Congregation Yetev-Lev. the venerable "rebbe"
tresides over the approximately 10.000 New York
idherents to his ultra-Orthodox group. Some of
fas Hassidim live in sections of New York like
the old East Side; others elsewhere in the sprawl-
ing metropolis. But the majority live in Williams-
burg.
The rundown character of Williamsburg be-
come? clear when one visits the largest of six
M-hools conducted by the Satmar Rebbe. One
alks several blocks from the nearest elevated
platform, past rubble and ruins, with must>.
grimy, old tenements along the side streets, to
'fach the school house bearing a sign, in English
atd Hebrew: "United Talmudical Academy Torah
V'Virah." Under that sign one notes, on the
facade, the iodentificatiou "No. 43." Thus the
plate is spotted as a former public school build
ing. Inquiry from the Board of Education brings
UK information that No. 43. an elementary school,
bad first been built in 1884. enlarged twice in 1892
and 1896. made into a vocational high school.
finally surrendered" in 1957. The word "sur-
render means that the building was no longer
considered usable for public school purposes. Now
tn Satmar Hebbe's largest school is located there
- i'. quarters ranging in age from 78 years to
" > < .i r -
One enters the school building with sympathy
U.S. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (second from
right) is presented with an elaborate edi-
tion of the Holy Scriptures at the launching
of the Golden Jubilee Year dinner of the
National Council of Young Israel in New
York during 5722. Left to right are Moshe
H. Hoenig. dinner chairman; Edward S.
Silver, Kings County District Attorney,
chairman of the Jubilee Year celebration;
end Rabbi David H. Hill. Flushing. N.Y..
national president.
for these slum dwellers who could find a haven
no better than New York's throw-away, cast-off.
"surrendered." condemned properties. But once
inside, this feeling vanishes. For in the school
office, one talks with the Satmar Rebbe's right-
hand man. He is Rabbi Ixxipold Friedman, a
handsome, vigorous, grey-bearded man of 60. who
is the executive vice president of the "rebbe's"
congregation, the sparkplug of the entire enter-
prise which includes the new project to be built in
Ne Jersey
Million Dollar Budget
In this school building alone one of six he
supervises on behalf of the "rebbe" Rabbi
Friedman conducts classes for 2.000 boys and
girls, with girls' classes running from kindergar-
ten through high school, and boys' classes from
kindergarten through the fourth grade. Altogether,
the educational establishment which he runs in
six separate schools includes 98 classes. 63 male
Hebrew teachers and seminary heads, 104 other
teachers. 3.012 students, and 120 young men pre-
paring for the rabbinate a school system with
a total budget of Sl.OOO.OOO a year.
There is not h i n g apologetic about Rabbi
Friedman, and the inquirer who came there with
pity leaves with the pride generated by Rabbi
Friedman
"We," he states simply, as fact but not as
boast, "had come through the Hitler holocaust. We
came here from Rumania. Hungary. Czechoslo-
vakia and Yugoslavia, through Auschwitz and
other death camps and through the D.P. camps.
Now we are building out in the country. Now we
shall have our home."
"Out there." continues Rabbi Friedman, "we
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Outline map shows in shaded areas the
present members of the European Commun-
ity. Countries which have applied for mem-
bership or association are shown in white
and bordered by solid lines, according tc
the European Community Information Serv-
ice in Washington, D.C. But Isr~ei. not
shown, has also applied. "On it hinges Is-
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port markets ... So far, the talks held be-
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inconclusive ."
BOLD AND DECISIVE SUPS TO MEET CURRENT NEEDS
Since Last Rosh Hashona in State of Israel
By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN
Jerusalem
I OOKING back at the year 5722. one may find it
difficult to point to any single event which
had left an outstanding mark on the Israel scene,
which may represent an achievement by itself. It
is the characterist'c of normalcy that events are
spread over the various and manifold fields of
a nation's bfe. Yet. the passing year may prove
to have been one of the fateful years in the coun-
try's short history. It was a year which brought
forth the need for a new look ( Israel's economy
and which, with the firing of the rockets by Egypt,
added a new dimension to Israel's security prob-
lem.
Israel took bold and decisive steps to meet the
changing scene of the European economy, domin
ated by the Common Market. These steps included
the devaluation of the pound and the taking of
manifold steps aimed at halting the inflationary
trend on the one hand and bolstering efficiency,
output and exports on the ether.
The New Economic Policy introduced by the
Government. embodyinK all these aims alongside
a four-year development program, has, despite
initial difficulties, withstood the test of implemen-
tation and. provided the measure of coopeiation
that has been secured from both labor and in-
dustry continues, the prospects for its success look
encouraging. However, the major problem of se-
curing Israel's tie-up to Euromart still I. -
It is a problem of crucial importar.c On it
hinges Israel's ability to maintain ar.c widen it!
export markets, with all this Involvement Sc
far. the talks held between Israel and Euromarl
officials proved inconclusive: the talk lave now
been moved to the highest levels.
Population Growth
While reviewing the economic scene one
should add that this has been a year c* continued
growth and* expansion. Official figure", available
show a marked rise in industrial output and agri-
cultural production and a per capita r'se of the
national product. It was also a year o' full em-
ployment and. indeed, of labor shortage, so much
so that the Housing Ministry recently issued an
appeal for volunteers to help in meeting the urgent
needs of the increased immigration.
The growth of Israel's populatic : will, DC
doubt, this year be the largest reco. many years past. No immigration figures art
available, but the figures are substar* al enough
to evoke deep gratification and to pose tough
problems, both financial and otherwise, connected
with absorption and integration. The achieve'
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as can hardly be the tasks still ahead
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general expansion, more and more now set!'-
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[..program withstood test of implementation../
,c dct Israel'! map. Along the villages and
'7 settlement! there arise new centers. New
* arc being blueprinted, some already having
"chid a-i advanced stage of realization. Thus,
' r(W t,:un ol Arad. in the south, will soon greet
first dwellers; the construction of houses, lac-
i nes and the development of the natural re*
rcl, in the area have all reached the stage in
hith Ihe planner* look forward to a population of
10,000 within the next four years, and an ultimate
Mpulatlon ol 50,000. Another, and a new type
,1 cooperative town Is Ramon, in the Negev, where
lorth H"-; lm" ,ne Princ'Plcs oi ,ne kibbutz have
applied to an urban settlement. Besor, in
'-, Western Negev, has come out of the blueprint
,,. and v. ill become the center of a new (level-
nl ana
Indeed, growth and expansion marked almost
,,,. field be it construction, shipping (a 70 per
Kot increaM in deadweight tonnage as compared
, ;h I960!, and transportation as a whole, or
icjnsm. The 1960 record in tourism 160.000
I u;il be topped considerably in 1962
Year of Progress
It was ;. year of progress, but the progress
thieved did not obscure the problems that attend
jriwth and development. The pride of achieve-
ent is accompanied by the ever-present aware-
,.. iif th- shortcomings and the problems-packed
icad ahta;i
1'rael found deep satis-.action in the further
instrations of friendship that came from the
M African states. Israel's President Itzhak Ben-
in, uhd recently paid state visits to four African
countries could testify to the sincerity of the
II) ties existing between them and the State
Israel as can the Israelis from the numerous
The new generation in Israel sees "the pro-
cjnd tragedy of exile, of dependence on
~1:en mercies, of abandonment to the evil
and willful impulses of tyrants ... the
-w.ul truth that there is no guarantee that
"hat hnrpened in the 'forties in Germcny
nol happen elsewhere, ii cnli-Semitism
: once more." (Prime Minister
--"c fkr.Gurion on the significance of the
Ado E hrnann trial during the outgoing
Hebrew Year 5722.)
visits here of the heads of African States. These
ever-widening and deepening ties, involving close
cooperation in the fields of cultural and economic
relations, are a source of deep gratification, en-
couragement and satisiaction.
The growing posture ol Israel abroad was also
demonstrated by the state visits here of the Prime
Ministers of Norway. Sweden and Denmark, which
have been reciprocated by Israel's Prime Minister
BenGurion.
Nasser's Rockets
The visit of Prime Minister Ben-Gurion to
Burma has further strengthened the ties between
Israel and that country, which has been Israel's
oldest friend in that part of the world. The five-
week visit of Foreign Minister Golda Meir to the
Far East contributed to the cementing of old
friendships, and the winning of new ones.
The firing of the four rockets by Egypt's dic-
tator Gamal Abdel Nasser accompanied by open
threats against Israel have not evoked alarm in
Israel. However, they have accentuated the cen-
tral problem of Israel's security Israel takes
seriously Nasser's statements about his determin-
ation to "solve the Palestine question,'- and does
not accept the view now prevalent in Washington
that Nasser does not contemplate war.
In Israel's view, there is very little to sub-
stantiate the claim that Nasser is all bent upon
internal development of the country. The avail-
able evidence shows where the hundreds of mil-
lions of foreign aid are going: into the building of
a powerful war machine aimed at Israel. Thus,
while faced with the enormous tasks of building
and development. Israel knows that it will have
to continue carrying the heavy burden of her de-
fense budget, a burden that is becoming more and
more difficult to shoulder.
The past year witnessed the end of the Eich-
mann trial and the end of Adolf Eichmann. Sum-
ming up the lessons of the trial. Premier Ben-
Gurlon emphasized that also critics and daubters
realized the fairness of Israeli justice, but that
the main thing is not formal judgment and
penalty For the first time in Jewish history a
murderer of our people has been tried by its
judges, and it has been brough thome more for-
cibly to Jews in the diaspora and fair-minded men
the world over that Israel is the State of the Jew-
ish people The trial has also been of great
educational importance having unveiled to the new
generation in Israel "the profound tragedy of
exile, ol dependence on alien mercies, of abandon-
ment to the evil and willful impulses of tyrants
. And Ihe whole world beheld the moral dangers
of anti-Semitism ... the awful truth that there
is no guarantee that what happened in the 'forties
in Germany will not happen elsewhere, if anti-
Semitism runs amok once more."
L'Shana Tov
Judging by recent events, this is a lesson still
to be learned at least by some of the peoples
ol the world.
While beset by manifold problems in the
fields of security, economy, integration, social pro-
gress and eduction Israel looks forward to the
New Year with hope and determination.
And once more there goes forth from the hills
ol Jerusalem the blessing and the wish L'Shana
leva'
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Witnesses to testify against the four Nazis
above are being sought by the World Jewish
Congress in New York in connection with a
West German trial of SS Commander and
Criminal Police Chief Heinrich Hamann.
charged with the murder of thousands of
Jews in Nowy Sacz and other towns of Po-
land. Hamann's helpers are (left to righf
Georg Urban, a gendarmerie lieutenant in
Limanowa; Egbert Brock, Criminal Assistant
in Nowy Sacz; Gunther Labitzke, Gestapo
officer in Nowy Sacz; and Josef Rouenhofi,
Criminal Assistant, who for seme time head-
ed the local Jewish section ci the Gestapo.
The pictures were supplied by the Investi-
gating Judge in Bochum, who has asked the
World Jewish Conaress during the outgoing
Hebrew year to help trace any perse:-.s who
can identify them or heve any knowledge
oi their crimes.
Hitler's Jewish Victims Did Fight Back
By ROBERT APPEL
EOR that portion of the world to which such hcro-
ism still matters, one memorable aspect of
the Eiehmann trial in Jerusalem was the disclos-
ure that the Warsaw Ghetto revolt was not the
only one and that not all the European Jews march
ed sheeplike to their mass graves during the Nazi
pestilence
This is a matter of critical importance. Those
who have argued that the Jews should not have
docilely accepted their gruesome fate, that they
should have tried to take some of the Nazi mur-
derers into the grave with them, forget the cir-
cumstances ol the Nazi roundup and deportation
of the doomed Jews of Europe.
They forget the demonic efficiency with which
the Nazis made sure that few groups of Jews
learned what the Nazis were doing to earlier
groups of victims; they forget that the Jews were
beaten, starved and otherwise reduced to a phy-
sical and psychological condition which made the
mere idea of resistance virtually incredible: they
forget the fantastic difficulties which camp in-
mates faced in seeking to learn how to handle ef-
fectively the few weapons they did find; they for-
get that even if some Jews did have the rare op-
portunity to escape from the tightly-guarded death
camps, the partisans whom they would find out-
side the camp gatesthe Poles, the Rumanians,
the Ukrainianswere hardly less savage in their
hatred of Jews than the Nazis. Most of all. they
forget that the dispirited, disorganized, unarmed,
and untrained, physically and psychologically-
weakened Jews faced Germans expertly trained
to kill.
Under these circumstances, that revolts did
occur, not only in the widely-publicized Warsaw
Ghetto uprising, but even in the death camps,
takes on aspects of the miraculous. But they did
happen, and they deserve more attention than they
have received. Even more than the Warsaw
Ghetto revolt, the uprisings in Sobibor and Trt
bfinka were manifestations of such sheer courage
as to stagger the imagination.
Troblinka Uprising
Treblinka was one of the specialized murder
camps set up by the Nazis in the Polish village
camp was destroyed by the rttreating Germans
ir. November. 1943, some 3M-.MI0 Jews from War-
saw and an unknown number from other -ihettos
were murdered there. But net all of the nmates
er( slaughtered.
One who was not was ar. S Willemberg, who
totk part in a revolt in August of 1943. He lived
to make a deposition before the Jewish Historical
Commission of Warsaw, a portkn of which was
translated into English and printed in a recent
issu< of Focus, a publication oJ the Youth and
Hechalutz Department of the Zionist Organization
in Jerusalem.
The Treblinka uprising developed fro olande-
stint activities which were organized by the first
inmates of the camp. Reading Of forbidden news-
papers and listening to a sttret radio was the
principal activity at first of the camp underground,
An early addition to the underground program
was the liquidation of informers. Wilier.'jorg tes-
tified that the procedure was carried 03t during
the night. Four of the inmates would quietly ap-
proach a sleeping informer, threw a blanket over
his head and quickly hang him Wheu SS men
saw the corpse in the morning, they ;iad ne
reason to be suspicious. Many oi the inrr.v.es com-
mitted suicide by this means.
Later the underground was organized into I
number of groups counting five to ten members
each. Shortly after this stage of organiza::on was
reached, plans were made for an upris..-.^ The
task ot obtaining arms was given tc a Di Horoni-
hytzky. who worked in the camp clinic; that is,
he was a medical officer only lor the Germans.
Apparently not a Jew, he wa.- regarde: by the
prisoners as a man with "a good heart," who "al-
ways allowed us to cook something in h.i clinic"
when the inmates were starving.
Willemberg brought the doctor 750.000 zlotyt,
taken by the underground from the cl.;hing of
victims money which had been successfully secret-
ed from the SS men. However, one of the SS
guards, coming to the clinic. r.ted the doctor's
nervousness, searched him and It und the money.
Th( doctor quickly struck the SS man repeatedly
on the head and killed him. The doctor (hen swal-
lowed the cyanide which all the inmate- carried.
Continued on Poce 11-C '
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Pag? 11-C
Looking at the Jewish Calendar Today
FIVE :r
of ti-
the tfmf
calendar
consult
during I
rtHgioi -
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played .
life of e
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system
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By JACOB L. CHERNOFSKY
jsand-seven-hundred-twent>-three. Most
are aware of the Hebrew year around
of Rosh Hashona. when we open our new
and note 'he change. We may again
.ir Hebrew calendars at various times
> year to learn the dates of the major
dlidays.
el large, however, we generally take for
or ignore entirely something that has
vital role in the history and religious
r people down through the ages,
rnportance to Jews of maintaining a
Hebrew dating entirely independent it
calendar in use throughout the world.
. .'feet which the latter can have on our
practice our religion, is pointed up by
attempts at calendar reform under con-
by the Ecumenical Council convoked
> Pope John XXIII.
Effect Would bt Chaos
The Vatican proposal provides for the incor-
poratu : I blank ir 'nameless" day each year
and a quarterly arrangement of dates which would
result in all dates perpetually falling on the same
day ol week, A major motivation behind the
propoM' change is the desire of Catholic religious
leader- I have Easter Sunday occur on the same
date '.' i year.
The effect )n Jewish religious life, however.
would r- chaos. It would result in a situation
where tl Jewish Sabbath would fall on a different
day eac" year, rather than just on Saturday. The
Sabbatt r-ervant Jew would then find himself in
an extremely difficult position in the business
world
Wt Hebrew calendar reckoning dates back
lo Biblical times, it was the establishment of the
Chxistu.: ^olar calendar that intensified the need
for a separate Hebrew system. Curiously, it was
the determination of the date of Easter that
played a major role in Christian calendar reform
ind its : ationship to Jews.
Altriugh the two systems differ in that the
Ckriltiai calendar is based on a solar year and
the Hebrew calendar on a lunar one, based on the
cycles o he moon, the date of Easter is still fixed
according to the moon. At the Council of Nicea,
in 32S :... the Christian religious leaders intro-
duced change which, while still reckoning Eas-
ier ac< -ing to the moon, prevented it from co-
incidii. ;th Passover.
Oi
which
the new
ing in -
(the fir.
before 1:
This ret,
lion ir
month ,
Thuj
month.
of a 13'
BOX WO!
Accon :
(Christ .
coincio
The
entire!;,
new mi
Biblical Injunction
i Other hand, the Hebrew calendar.
gins each month with the appearance of
loon, must also depend on solar reckon
it the fifteenth of the month of Nissan
day of Passover) was never to occur
vernal equinox a solar phenomenon
rement is based on the Biblical injunc
connection with Passover: "Observe the
Aviv (spring)."
the Hebrew calendar consists of 12
f either 29 or 30 days with the addition
month before Nissan, if the vernal equi-
d not occur by the 16th of the month,
g to this method the two calendars
". solar and Hebrew lunar) approximately
mtv 19 yearra
iebrew months at first were established
observation of the appearance of the
This involved the presentation >f wit
nesses before the Sanhednn who testified that they
actually saw the new moon. The entire schedule
of festivals during the year, then hinged on the
establishment of the beginning of the month of
Nwsan when. a deeision wouW- be made as to
whether the extra month should be added. This
decision wa sthen transmitted to outlying Jewish
communities.
Definite Calculations
The difficulty in communicating the fact that
the new moon had appeared and a new month
had begun, gave rise to a custom of Jewish festi-
val observance which has survived the ancient
methods of establishing dates. As soon as the
new month was established, this fact was com-
municated to the Jewish inhabitants at some dis-
tances by means of fire signals which were carried
from station to s'ation through mountains.
Even after calculations eliminated the need
for signals and a definite calendar was established
by reckoning rather than by observing the appear-
ance of the new moon, the practice of observing
two days instead of the single day of Shavuot. and
at the beginning and end of Passover and Suecot,
is still kept in communities outside of Palestine.
In time, religious persecutions suffered by
the Jews made it all but impossible to carry on
the practice of fixing the start of each month by
methods based on observation and communication,
and definite calculations had to be made to es-
tablish a fixed calendar which would fix the dates
of festival years in advance. Thus the observ
ance of the holidays was necessarily made inde-
pendent of a functioning Sanhednn and readily
available to the scattered Jewish communities
throughout the world. This was finally achieved
in the fourth century of the Common Era through
the efforts of many Talmudic scholars who were
also mathematicians and astronomers.
While the present Hebrew calendar with its
19-year cycle of leap-years maintains the equilib-
rium between the lunar and solar systems, it is
not exactly perfect. It has been calculated that
the Hebrew calendar diverges further from the
Gregorian calendar at the rate of about five hours
every century.
While the rate of divergence between the He-
brew month of Nissan and the spring is inconse-
quential, it will theoretically eventually require
an adjustment by the rabbinic authorities.
It is nevertheless fortunate, that a calendar
established by calculations more than 1.500 years
ago. can serve so well today the complex structure
,)t Jewish religious observance.
Victims Fought Back
Continued from Pag* 10-C
A number of other SS men came running to the
clinic and tried desperately to revive the dead
doctor
Despite the fiasco, some arms were obtained.
The revolt was set. Camp work that day was
scheduled to be finished at six o'clock. At 4 p.m..
the foreman sent each underground member to a
prearranged station where they were to receive
arm-. Two 16-year-old boys sneaked into the camp
arsenal and took out weapons through a window-
Continued on Pag* 12 C
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non-believerswere trying to alter what they con-
sidered "the American way of life."
One Anti-Defamation League official estimated
that the Jewish role in the school prayer issue
'many Jewish groups had filed "friend of the
court" briefs) was much more widely resented
than the support by Jews of Negro rights which
figured in the 1954 desegregation decision.
Controversy Will Continue
The full implications o( the June decision have
yet to become apparent It would appear that this
decision indicates a similar finding in the Abing-
ton Bible Reading case Since the "Regent's
Prayer" was found in violation of tUe First Amend-
ment, it is difficult to see how the Supreme Court
could uphold the reading of passages fi >m the
Old and New Testaments and reciting the Lord's
Prayer in public schools. These acts are cer-
tainly more religious and sectarian than the non-
sectarian "Regent's Prayer."
It is expected that the controvery will con-
tinue and a whole series of further Supreme Court
finds will be required before the dust settles.
The irony of the situation rests in the fact that
among the most rabid detainers of the Supreme
Supreme Court Justice Hugo L. Black
idential Adviser Chester Bowles and I
UN Ambassador Michael C o m a y ,
crnong speakers at the national bis
convention oi the American lev.
gress in New York's Waldorf-Astoria
during the outgoing Hebrew Yea:
Stanley H. Lowell, chairman of the
York City Commission on Intergroup
lions, was convention chairman. ]
Black was interviewed on his judicial
osophy by NYU Prof. Edmond Cahn.
rres-
si ne



Court nre a considerable number of the des
ants of the Founding Fathers who ado]
Firs! Amendment out of deepest conviction
Reflecting on the Events of the New Year
Continued from P.ge S-C
deeply religious factors in Rosh Hashona and Yom
Kippur and are never indifferent to them.
When an American Jew worships in the syna-
gogue or the temple on Rosh Hashona. he is cog-
nizant, more than ever before, that he represents
a people that is flourishing, that is finding a new-
place of honor on the American scene and, through
Israel, a place of dignity on the world scene.
Modern scientific methods of rapid communi-
cation have shrunk the world, especially now that
men are being blasted off the earth, are circling
the universe, and are returning safely to it. This
contraction of our world has many connotations.
One of them is that it brings the Jews of the world
closer together than ever before. It also creates
new problems.
Who would have believed, prior to the estab-
lishment of Israel, that 14 years after the birth
of the State. Jewish philosophers, educators and
political leaders would be asking themselves and
other Jews the question: "What is a Jew?"
Synagogue the Center
The problem of morality has assailed us once
again. For example, the Jews in America have
been shocked by the extremities of the Secret
Army in Algria. As liberals, the Jews instinctively-
supported a colonial people seeking independence
and freedom. Yet these same freedom-seekers
were invading Jewish areas, indiscriminately mur-
dering Jews and forcing Algerian Jews to recon-
sider their future in the country. The fact that
Jewish refugees are streaming into France is an
indication that the problem is complex and has
yet to be resolved satisfactorily.
Life for the Jews of the world never has been
simple, and no one expects this situation to change
radically so long as hatred, irrationality and vio-
lence prevail.
In spite of the various debates going
what constitutes a Jew. it is clear .that the syna
gogue remains the center and the core of .'
communal life. The rebel and the intellectual
are not necessarily the one and the same 1 may
move through life without recognizing the central
it) of the synagogue. But the committed Jew,
the one who wants a Jewish education for his child,
who seeks to help his fellow Jew attempting U
escape from the world's danger spots, who wants
to lend economic aid to the people of Israel, has
discovered that the synagogue is necessary for the
survival and the succor of the Jew. He therefore
enters his synagogue on Rosh Hashona with a
>ense of comfort and ease, with the deep feeling
that he is, while praying, while listening to a ser
mon, while wrapping himself in his prayer shawl,
demonstrating his partnership with his felloe
everywhere.
While he may not be thinking through the im-
plications of this positive act of commitment, he is,
at this time, being 'the eternal Jew."
And it is primarily through prayer in hi- sym
cogue on Rosh Hashona that this sense of eternity
is sharpened. Perhaps this is why all other ho!:
days seem minor in comparison to the Days of Awe.
Victims Fought Back
Continued from Pag* 11-C
near a fence. The arms, covered with garbage,
were smuggled to inmates in charge of vegetable*
where they were hidden under heaps of potatoes
The signal for the revolt was to be a rifle shot
But the plans went awry. Willemberg test.
fied that either an informer tipped off the cam?
Continued on Page 13-C
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Page 13-C
Satmar Hassidim Build Their Own Town
Continued from Page 7-C
II |ivf in an atmosphere where our children
!.. vave [r.-h air and sunshine, and where our
Idulls" < atain."
A Free Society ,,
term like "total and
mar followers arc not
_ they are creating a n w
mumgj ateat sources i
. .. ti : to this'ultra-Orthodoji group of
tra

roject will not be a re.ipious com-
.;; be a non-sectarian community,"
nan "We will paj taxes to the
. .. be part of an integrated whole
ighbors will know we ha\t created
and even increased the tax
ratables."
lews will be able to buy homes there, if
live there. If any one wants to
isiness there that conflicts with Jewish
inn even including the sale of
kosher foods, even pork products" they
. ; bf !r.' '< do so.
u, don'l have to worry about our children
tl ->.- Kabbi Friedman. "After all. if
e had !' shield them from temptations, there
:, certaii any temptations right here, in Wil-
Oui people will not be tempted awaj
from "ur ways We are sure of them. Let other
ivi they wish. Only, let them leave
ur ways "
Thos* ways are apparent. The smallest of
the boys wear earlocks and the traditional garb
,: :m Hassidic adherents. The littlest of the
girls recite the blessings in Hebrew. A play
period in oni of the lower grades includes Hassidic
melodies as rhythmic accompaniment to physical
Discussing plans for teachers' seminars in
the use of Language Laboratory, a massive
effort to promote the study and teaching of
modem Hebrew under the sponsorship ol
'He American Zionist Council, are (left to
jighl Ben Zion Fischler, Yehezkel Cohen.
Dr. Emil Lehman. Dr. Samuel M. Blumen-
field. end Harold Greenberg. Some 200
>F Jewish educators from 30 states in the
nation attended the opening of the Langu-
age Laboratory during the outgoing He-
brew Year at the New York offices of the
Council.
exercises. In the very center of the Williamsbur*
slum, the school is an island of meticulous clean-
liness, quiet deportment and serious learning divid-
ed equally during the school day between general
studies conforming to the highest curricular re-
"nents erf thi ti and city, plus Yiddish and
es and the Talmud.
' ; Imai -. : assurance and high
tence are i -.:.; r< ssive to the visitor.
_: while ins under-
stands nti iki fin) and
les ai -. ith city, state,
'owns! ndustri nt authorities
in New J seem si to the layman.
Answer to Hitler
Ordained a rabbi at thi age of 19. he never
held a congregational post until invited to take
on his present job here by the Satmar Rebbe in
S947 In his home town, at Sevlus. in Czechoslo-
vakia, he worked in the bank owned by his father,
became director of that bank, and held that posi-
tion until 1944. "Then, one day. they" came into
the bank." he says. 'They." of course, are the
Nazis He was taken directly from the bank to
Auschwitz. "Somehow. I lived."
"Here." concludes Rabbi Friedman, "we have
answered Hitler. Here, and in our new commun-
ity, we shall continue our answer. Our commun-
ity li\is. thrives Come to see us in our new
synagogue, 'im yirtzah ha-Shem.' during the High
Hoi) Days in 1963."
Victims Fought Back
Continued from Page 12-C
authorities or that a rifle shot fired at an inmate
was assumed to be the signal. Whatever the
cause, the uprising began ahead of schedule, and
the guns hidden under the potato pile could not
be passed out to the inmates who had been assign-
ed the task of killing the Ukrainian machincgun-
ners posted in watchtowers on the fence around
the camp
Prisoners who had grenades threw them at
the SS barracks. In the noise and confusion, un-
armed prisoners ran past the armed ones, who
were trying to shoot down the ground guards.
Some of the prisoners got to the fence and cut
holes in it Once through the fence, they had to
run some 200 feet to another barbed wire entangle-
ment and then through a series of tank traps.
Because of the gunners in the watchtowers
were not killed according to plan, the first prison-
ers going through the entanglements were mowed
down by machine gun fire. The pile of bodies
eventually lormed a bridge over the fence. Some
200 Jews in all reached the forest, those with
guns moving form tree to tree, picking off the
excited cursing SS men.
Had their plans succeeded, the incredibly brave
Jews would have been able to seize two armored
cars stationed at the death camp, cross the Bug
River as a strong partisan force, and join the
Soviet bands operating behind the German lines.
How many of the brave ban of 200 survived
the Nazi holocaust to the end and how many of
the SS and Ukrainian murderers at Treblinka were
shot down by the escaping Jews is not indicated.
But tho>e Treblinka Nazis who survived know that
the lie of Jewish cowardice was branded forever
that day on the camp guards who were wounded
or killed by Jews with extraordinary courage
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"... a major event was the record immigra-
tion to Israel, an immigration that took on
the proportions of the exodus from Europe
when Israel, newly reborn, took in the hood
oi ravaged humanity from Europe's camps."
New construction shown heie for the huge
number of immigrants beginning a new hie
in Is:ae! was facilitated Ly funds from the
United Jewish Appeal.
The Ten Big Stories of the Past Year
Continued from Page 3-C
hopessoftene.1 irom what used t he demand?
for n ah from the United Stales were un-
realistic. Prime Minister BunGurion conceded
thai American Jews were secure but brought up
a new ide;.: Eventuallyhe put the figure at 15
to 20 yearsthe American nation would cease to
be a nation of immigrant sub-groups and become
a unitary society.
Ecumenical Council
The Prime Minister indicated doubts that Jews
living in the fleshpots of America would (M abl<
to resist the assimilatory pressures of a unit
American society. Upshot: Prompt rebuttals from
American Jewish leaders. Remedies: Both
agreed that a massivi expansion of the existi -
and growins exchanges of American ami Isra ..
Jews in study, tours and extended stays would be
helpful, with major emphasis on American Jews
visiting Isrcel in such exchanges
Anti-Jewish elements in Christian dogma, cli-
maxed by the creedal indictment thai the
were responsible for Christ'.- crucifixion and the
correlative doctrine oi the Jew doomed to wander
eternally | ir this greatest oi crimes, has histori
ly served as an ever-replenished fountain of vicious
anti-Semitism Roman Catholicism, under the be-
nign influence of Pope John XXIII1, has beer, un-
dergoing a modification, even a cleansing, of some
of these elements of church-inspired and approved
hate.
Strong hints have bt i n gi\ en that the Ecumeni-
cal Council, convening Oct. 13. may consider fur-
ther steps in that direction in its comprehensive
review of basic dogma. Three Jewish organiza-
tions submitted memoranda during the year, urg-
ing complete elimination of anti-Jewish references
from Catholic texts, liturgies and the catechisms
Cardinal Bea. in charge of preparing the Ecumen-
ical Council agenda, has shown a sympathetic in-
terest in the Jewish suggestions. Whatever may
be the outcome, it was a year in which much
Jewish thought and effort was devoted to an ap-
proach to one of the historic meetings of Christen-
dom. What the top leaders of the Roman Catholic
, .-,.:.. do toward translating the hope ii
be known for months after Ecu-
ical Council is over. But the dazz'
... thi approaches of the Jewish orga izations
: (hi major events of the Jewish j
Qn< ,i the major stones o! that year in the
L'nitei States was the Supreme Court decision m
i bam Dg as unconstitutional an official prayer,
created and distributed by the New V rk Stati
.. of Regents for recitation daily in public
schools. Jewish organizations had a key role in
. -. ..:-. nts against the prayer as the case mare
its *aj through the lower courts to fina letermi-
nation Although second-day reflection indical
. iion was not a~ sweeping a- .:- wide-
eetion of critics at first loudl
. t lear thai the Supreme Court ha I
lajned thi Jewish standthat such prayers
: < First Ailmcndment banning estu
religion under state auspiceno m
innocuous the entering wedge.
Withering on the Vine
ever the immediate consequent might
it [or American Jewry in popular disfa\ rand
seemed initially to have been blown up
: pri portionin the long run. the four lal -
of intergroup relations and basic human libi
.. onlj be strengthened by the Supreme Court's
decision
Definitely cheerful news was the mounting evi-
dence during the year that Americans generally
regarded George Rockwell and his would-be home-
grown Nazis as a nuisance. The Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith declared that Rockwell and
his gang was "withering on the vine." In his few
appearances, he was either booed, howled down
or ignored. New York City officials kept handy
a warrant for his arrest on disorderly conduct
charges the minute he set foot in the city, site of
the largest concentration of Jews in the world It
wai a fitting symbol for the collapsed balloon of
Rockwell's hopes.
An apparent new factor developed during the
year in the continuing strugglt over federal aid
to schools, an issue on which the American Jewid
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. September 28. 1962
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19th plenarj a
I < Relations \d -
I by no means
X ie threat bore the til
n( and il was assailed by tl
il the T3rd annu
rence o| \
N'ai
; | these Jewish i
ited by the stati s of "s
,i an i ea than
rms, "share I tin
. ; public and pr vate -
ring all chil Iren i i
" : of thi
;ts requi ed by
i tildren thei alter I
I the schoo
- their particular
, mid be used
j naximum use
; January-Februar; -
indicated that the
{ such a program n a
; and thai Catholic lu
es of ih." project m
ill) and entbusiastii
'vertheless, the str ng inter
is school educar rs a the
se thai a would -
tive and possibly religi sive
a I
Care for the Aged
Xhf :enl M chosen on jr inds
My evei likely to effect a majority
vi ly or another merits -
i he was the emergence
: .. issibly the most sin
the lev ish community, just is
VI5 |l(( mg i of the dominant ones "
A survej by the Council of Jewish Federati ns
andWelfan F in la i February found that the lev
i .,.., represented one-third and more >f a!!
"Israel was again fulfilling its destiny
to provide sanctuary for Jews fleeing from
leaval, particularly from North Africa
and the violent transition of Algeria from
a French colony to independence under
Moslem rule."
sons served by Jewish familj agencies The
l ition of Jewish. Philanthropies reported the
- if a two-year survey of the Jewish aged
in V'.' York and came to the alarming conclusion
ij every indexmoney, health, housing,*em-
nent, educational activity and social adjust-
nt"one-third of New York's 2.i().()i)M aged Jews
are in lire trouble."
In the premise thai the Jewish aged do have
a claim i the conscience of the Jewish commun-
ity >i which the elderly were becoming a stead-
ily larger proportionit appeared likely in 5722
that meeting the special human and Jewish needs
il this segment of that community was certain
through 'hi' years to require a steadily expanding
itlaj lit I wish time, money and skills.
The Spiritual Heritage of Rosh Hashona
Continued from Poyo 4-C
pleads with the Maker: "0 Lord, till now have I
been boh and pure, bring me not in contact with
what i- lommon and unclean." The Aimightj
however, unmoved by her plea, insists that tor
lueh destinj a! me it had been created
Like a master architect, the Holy One mo!
e!ed the .'(.rid. a-d it would not stand still until
He. in His infinite wisdom, created "Teshuva"
repentencc.
Yom Kippur emphasizes the basic importance
uf repenknee in the religious life of man On
thu awesome d3y. we rest not only from al! man-
ner of wink, but from all earthly affairs. The en-
li day is devoted to prayers, hymns and con-
fession. On this holy Sabbath of rest, we afflict
wr soul- bj fasting from sunset to sunset, ab
tttining not only from food and other bodily de-
s-fes. but also resolving to change our evil ways:
for on this day shall atonement be made for you;
from all your sins shall you be cleansed bef>re
taj Lord, it is a Sabbath of rest unto you, and
W "hall afflict your souls: it is a statute forever"
C*v. XVI. 30-31).
The Day of Atonement may be traced back
to ancient days, tn the earliest setting. Yom
KlPPur was a day of communion of the par' of
the Hih Priest with God. According to an early-
mention in the Pentateuch, it was the day when
the High Priest in Jhe Temple made atonement
for 'he sins of the people. The mass of the peo-
ple observed the day from evening to evening as
a Sabbath of Sabbaths (Sabbath Shabbathonl. and
a fast day to obtain pardon for sins committed
during the year.
Ncilah
Our rabbis of old were astute in probing the
inner need of man; they sternly insisted on self-
scrutiny as the only honest basis for reflections
and judgment The mystic call of atonement, as
it reaches the innermost depth of mans heing,
spreads like an invigorating anodyne over all Jews
to warm their spirit and cleanse them Yom Kip-
pur means the intimate personal call to the divine
in man's heart and soul.
Yom Kippur reaches its heights toward sun-
down, vouchsaving the joyous trust that the Al-
mighty has inscribed us in the golden Book of
Life and that we are now sealed in it. The gates
of penitence are always open, for the Almighty
lays: "My hands are outstretched toward the peni-
tent I reject no sinner that gives me heart. Who-
ever comes toward me. I go toward him and heal
him." (Midrach TehiUim 120'7).
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Miami. Florida, Friday, September 28. 1962
Section D
V_At Shaping the ^/Vlood of r^osh In keeping with the entire mood in
the post-Exilic period, the celebration of the
New Year evidenced from the very begin-
ning the characteristics of atonement and
expiation, which became strengthened the
more the festival of the New Year evolved
tona
into a sort of solemn prelude or introduc-
tion to the Day of Atonement. Ever since
then, the New Year festival, like the Day
of Atonement, has been preserved and ob-
served as a source of religious and moral
quickening.
"Universal Jewish Encyclopedia" Vol. 9.
Predictions of Things to Come for U.S. Jewry's Tomorrow
By RAY E. KLINE
CEW exorcises in public lifewhich includes
.'wish public life-have such all around pop-
ularity as predictions of things to come. The
>ooth-ayer likes to offer such glimpses into the
future because respectful attention has been ac
corded the forecaster ever since some distant an-
cestor first looked out his cave and wished he
could find someone who could tell him for sure
whether it would rain the next day. The audience
likes to get such reports on the future for a num-
ber of reasons including the reassuring premise
that there will be a future
Ml Such forecasts are in the nature of pro-
iectig current conditions which involves mak.n,
(.sscs as to what may happen not only to Jews
out also to the general environment in which Jews
Hve and will-as forecast-continue to live This
,s a trickv business at best, with reliability of fore-
casts closely related to the time period: The far-
thcr away the time involved, the more dubious
the forecast.
All of these problems have been tackled by
Rabbi Ira F.isenstein. president of the Jewish Re
ronstructionist Foundation. He chose the topic
"Realistic Goals for Jewish Survival in the Next
Decade" as his contribution to a recent conference
on Jewish living sponsored by the American Jew-
ish Congress
While the term "goals" is a much more mod-
est term than predictions, still it does involve some
peeping into the unformed future However, Dr.
Eisenstein wisely restricted his scope only to the
Continued en P*9 14-D


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t-Je^isf ffcridfear
Friday. September 23, 133,
H
GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED
WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
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On Rosh Hashona We Must Look Inward
By RAB8I SAMUEL UMEN
recall is a child, asking my rabbi in the religious
school thi, question: "Why did God create man
with two eves instead of one?.; The answer my
rabbi gave stuck with me a-. I assumed deeper
meaning with the passing of time. This was bis
answer: "God gave man two eyes in order that
he may use one with which to see the outer world.
and the "her for seeing the inner worldfor look-
ing into oneself."
Too main of us direct our gaze on things out-
side of ourselves. We fail too >ften to use one
eye for an inner look: that is to see the world
within us.
On Rosh Hashona. the Jew is urged, bj the
prayer.- and meditations of the day. to look in-
wardly: to see the world within himself so that he
may better appreciate the world outside Of him-
self. The Holy Day Rosh Hashona aims to awak in
the Jew to the fact that the outer world, the
which he so often finds fault ith. criticizes and
condemns, is actually a reflection' of his
world, that the evil which he iees ar md
stems from his own heart ar.d mini, that i
he who willed it. who cause I letira
sciously and at time.- uncons
Self-Analysis
Our sacied literature refers to Rosh
with three different names, an I na i -
directs the Jew to look inward
names by winch the holj la} is r fen id i -
Yom Hadin Judgment Day. leans
the holy day is to be used for sell inalysis
day offers the Jew the opportunit) U ie his
judge and jury, to Judge hims uld,
and often does his neighbor
Surely, self-analysis, seeing neself is
really is. could prove to be quite discouraging an I
even throw one into a slate >' iespondency. To
protect one from such an occurrence, or to in-
able one to overcome this experience Rosh Hash-
ona offers the sound of the Shofar For this day-
is also known at Yom Truo (Ttie Day of Sounding
the Ram's Horn). The sound of the Shofar is in-
tended to arouse the listener to use Ins dormant
powers with which he can overcome his defici-
encies by determining to choose worthy goals.
make sacrifices to attain them, conquer the evil
within him. and gain control over his life
The third name by which Rosh Hashona is
known is Yom Hazikoron iThe Day of Remem-
brance). Now what is it that this Holy Day aims
to remind us of? Simply this: While a Jew must
strive to become a better individual himself, and
lend a hand in the building of an improved society.
a better world, at the same time he dare not for-
get that the world consists of people who belong
to particular groups, religions and nations Si
before one can win the attention and respect of
other peoples, other nations, other groups, it de
volves upon him to show what degree his own peo-
plethe people to which he belongshave pro
gressed and are developing.
Remembrance
The Day of Remembrance appeals therefore to
the Jew that he remember his people, his history,
their hopes, their objectives, their sacrifices in
the name of truth and goodness, and that before
attempting to correct the wrongs in the world
he must determine first to help make his own
people an example unto others.
Silver religious objects, looted bv the Na-
zis during World War II, will give mear.i.-.c
and beauty to Jewish services conducted in
the newest U.S. state. Leaders of the Na-
tional Women's League, United Synagogue
of America, present the much-needec
to Rabbi Aryeh Lev, director of the Natior.
al Jewish Welfare Board Commission or.
Jewish Chaplaincy, who accepts the collec-
tion for shipment to servicemen at the U.S.
Air Fotce Base in Elmendorl. Alaska. The
Day of Remembrance appeals therefore to
the Jew that he remember his people his
history, their hopes, their objectives, their
sacrifices ."
She rings the high school bell, and her fel-
low-students enter this new school in Jeru-
salem sponsored by the Women's League
for Israel. The school emphasizes voca-
tional training, and will be a pilot for a
chain of similar schools throughout Israel.
"We are to use one eye to see the world
outside of us, and the other with which to
see our inner self."
In sum, the message of Rosh Hashona. whW
is implied in its various names, is practically W
same as what the rabbi told me in my childlwii
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Rembrandt and His Jewish Consciousness
By DR HELEN HIRSCH
_u- .,... auction of Rembrand; s famous paint-
"Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of
and it- acquistion by the Metropolitan
Art in New York City for the fabulous
0I S3.300.00O, has greatly stimulated collectors'
)D the works of this eminent artist.
Rembrandt Harmenez Van Rijn was born in
,t,a- Holland, in 1606 of humble parentshis
a, a millerand from his early youth on,
an unusual intelligence. After grad-
(p.in Latin School, he enrolled at the Uni-
,! Leyden, where he studied Hebrew and
imn ersed himself in the Old Testament.
-. time. Rembrandt's teachers noted his
. skill in handling paint and brush to
, accurately the objects he saw around

ting his studies at the age ol 14.
liced to a painter where he worked
ears. His father then sent him I
lo studj under Pietep Lastman. ;.
inter Rembrandt returned to Ley.
ater and opened his own studio
with i n mpt and gratifj ing ret
. especiallj I portrait-painting
|
i~sterdam's Jewish Quarters
i Vmstei
Ighl I : I Storj : ISI
- Jewish quarters Approaching all
I) -i m -
egai thi Tti stament thi

atic scenes describi in the Bi
it subject! ma sti rworks In
..,,-. i;< : was the first to hi
- : his enviri nn 11 I
the heroes of the sacred narrative -
and evi rj picture has a backgn 11
-, histi r> i r in the pel ol
r in I oth, The faces of his Jews
nnia-old iuff< i ings and evidei
tless strift I ; lumb the insoluble n
nai
. :. ndt marri< Saskia. the pretty
ne of -' families, he pur-
mansii filled it with costly
Saskia died young, and the greal
nabli manage matters In a
i-bacle he had to sell his house and
ted art tr< sures From then on.
himself entirely to his paintings, and
n reached foreign countries, such as
Italy Again orders for portraits
i it when he died in 1669. at the age
: he had only a modest funeral. Nobod> im
this painter would, at a later day be
regardi ol only as Holland's greatest painter.
> the greatest in all Europe.
his numerous Jewish friends then was
h hen Israel, whose portrait he made in
as well as the Jewish physician Dr. Ephraim
who was his family physician and whom
' portrayed (etching made in 1647) Among
manj Jewish portraits, there is one of a "Jew-
.' h losopher" and another captioned "Young
Jew," to cite only a few.
Spiritual Relationship
- his biblical scenes are "Isaac and Rt-
becca.' The Blessing of Jacob,"' "Hainan in Dis-
grace "David before Saul." "The Angels visiting
rtrait o: a Jew" oil painting. 1645, by
Rembrandt van Rijn. "Rembrandt's pre-
..:.--. Biblical scenes and Jewish
portraits has its basis in his deep spiritual
-nip with Jews and Judaism."
r's Feast." and many others.
,: ilorful presentations ol the Tobias
Vision of Daniel." "The Finding of
... Moses and others
' randt's preocupation with biblical scenes,
-li portraits has its basis in his deep spir-
ship with Jews and Judaism. Rem-
as ;. member of the sect of Mennonites,
his philosophj was associated with Cabalistic
: ysticism of contemporary Jewry, but there is a
peculiar affinity between mystical pantheism of
Rembrandt's contemporary, Baruch Spinoza, and
d 's firm belief that every being is im-
bedded in a universal divinity. This is exempli-
ihi great painter's symbolic treatment of
: and shadowhis unique "clair-obscure."
. direct result of his own liberal religious
i Rembrandt perceived in the Jewish people
(i h:.- time the direct descendants of biblical
characters. His perception of and emphasis on th?
tragic element of the human soul made him re-
sin Jews in general and the refugee Jews
Irom Spain (mostly Marranos) particularly inter-
esting and worthy of portrayal.
When, in the autumn of 1669. death overtook
bim. only one book was found in his possession
ih Bible. This great book had faithfully accom-
panied him from his childhood days on until the
very end His vivid imagination was greatly stir-
rid and inspired him. He possessed the rare gift
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tra including five women do the occasion of
its arrival in the United State* :or :ts last
seven-week tcur under the auspices ot the
America-brae] Cultural Foundation. During
the tour, the orchestra played before 150,-
persons at 32 concerts in 25 -
::.es. 'Musicians of the Jewish fa
contributed to the music ci the C.
Ccr.iederate regiments marched to the lilting
quicksteps of Jewish composers and ar-
rcr.c-ers."
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By WILLIAM TUCKMAN
ISfHlLE little is known about the contribution of
" musicians of Jewish origin to the music of
the Civil War. there is evidence that they played
a part in the music of that historic period in
American history'.
One such musician was Sigmund Schlesinger.
born to parents of the Jewish faith on March 1.
1835 in Lai'pheim. Wuertemberg. Germany. Even
as a young lad. he showed a talent for music by
singing and praying at various concerts. He stud-
ied music at the Munich Conservatory' and at one
time trained for the profession of acting, but gave
up the idea because of the objection of his parents.
When Schlesinger was twenty-five years of
age he came to this country, and the following
year went to Mobile. Ala. Mobile had been set-
tled in 1701 by the French under Le Moyne de
Bienville and Le Moyne dTberviHe. At the time
of Schlesinger's arrival, this Gulf City of Ala-
bama was a thriving southern seaport of wealth
and culture. Its citizens enjoyed the good things
of life. As early as 1848, the Mobile Musical Asso-
ciation contributed to the pleasure of Mobile's lov-
ers of good music. In the homes, pianos were
making their appearance in ever increasing num-
bers, and young ladies of good families were learn-
ing to play the pianoforte.
First Music Shop
The gradual increase of the Jewish popula-
tion of Mobile led to the organization of the con-
gregation "Shaarei Shomayim," in 1841. The first
president was Israel I. Jones, also president of
the Mobile Musical Association. In 1853 larger
quarters had to be found for the growing congre-
gation and at the dedication exercises of the new
building the Mobile Register wrote:
"The synagogue is worthy in all respects of the
high character of our Jewish brethren for wealth,
intelligence and character. How proud must the
enfranchised descendants of the patriarchs have
felt yesterday who were sometime since the slaves
and serfs of Russia, Austria, and Prussia. Poor
Poland."
The writer is teacher of music at Brooklyn
College in New York
Tc this musical and cultural center ca
esinger with a letter of introduction to
Joseph Bloch, known in Mobile as the "Fai .< r of
Music." Joseph Bloch, of Jewish origin, had estab-
lished the first music shop and small scale pun-
ishing business in Mobile. The shop became the
rendezvous for the musicians of Mobile, both pro-
ft -sional and amateur. There they practiced their
owe compositions and performed the latest music
ircm New York and Europe.
Schlesinger was admitted to this circle of
musicians and began to teach music shortly there
after. Both he and a relative, Jacob Schlesinger.
established themselves in the building used by
Joseph Bloch. at 55 Dauphin Street, taught pianc
tc the young ladies of Mobile, and wrote and ar-
ranged original music. In 1870 Sigmund Schlesing-
er applied to congregation Shaarei Shomayim for
the position of organist and choir leader. He was
engaged and held that post for thirty-ix years
until his death on April 14, 1906.
Popular Series
Sigmund Schlesinger composed six complete
services for the Reform Synagogue in Americi
These included three for Sabbath evening and
morning, one of the three festivals, and two for
the High Holy Days. These services were adopted
by some of the Reform congregations in this coun-
try, and published in several editions.
Schlesinger also became the director of the
Gesang-Verein Frohsinn. the leading choral organ
ization of Mobile. It is because of his work with
the Frohsinn that he achieved his greatest fame
and is best remembered. The Society became a
distinguished musical organization and took cred-
itable part in the singing festivals of the North
American Saengerbund in New Orleans. Cleveland
ar.d Cincinnati.
Both Sigmund and Jacob Schlesinger collab-
orated on a popular series of pieces for the piano
which was titled "Southern Flowers," and describ-
ed on the title page as "A Selection of Favorite
Pieces Arranged for the Piano Forte and respet
lively dedicated to the Young Ladies of the Sun
ny South." This selection of lively dance tunes
included waltzes, polkas, schottisches, gallopa>'L>-
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9-Jewlsii fhrili^r
Page 5-D
ick,;- and o'her pieces, arranged for solo;
3nd du<
i, -c days the quickstep was in popular
favor H vas a sP'rited march especially in rnili-
tan quid: time. Siijmund Schlesinger composed
ike "Martha Quieknep." for the pianoforte and
include, t in the "Southern Flowers" series. It
was air.ii-it'd for military band and played by
the Rej ment Band of tn Twenty-Sixth North
Carohr. In the repertory of the band this piece
listed in Book 3 of the manuscript part b.> ks
pres,.r. i! the horary of the Salem Brass B
',. wii Salem, N.C.
Thi gallopade WM a dance popular in Civil
It was j quick lively, round dance, in
,,-ure time, with the characteristics of
: step. >r hop. at the end of every half-
(he music. Sehlesinyer composed the
rgan Gallopade." and named it in honor
John Hunt Morgan, brilliant Confe I
Ler, wl i name li associated wish his
. ills Igh Kentucky. The composer
ms piece to another Confederate
allant and colorful Colonel Marry
Mobile, colonel of the Second Alabama
hum he admire;!. The "Fort Morgan
was published in 1861 by Joseph
i publisher, and was included in the
Flowers"' series,
ta i lively Bohemian dance tune
meter, A'ith the third eighth note (sec-
accented Schlesinger composed the-
Polka," in remembrance of the Con-
.lory over Union forces in the Dattle of
ear Manassas Junction, in northern Vir-
- composition was published by Joseph
542, l( was one of the selections of the
Flowers" pieces, and has on the title
-tatement "Sigmund Schlesinger. Pro
!usic in the Summerville Female Semi-
erville Noxabee County. Miss."
two-in
i chai
phra-i i
Ton
il Gel

-
Tl
in (wi
Mai.

Bull II.
irinia
Bloch i:
"Soutl
pa.it'
less i
nary 5 :
Inspired by Song
It was published by Joseph Bloch and included
as No. 7 in "Southern Fire-Side Songs."
Still another Jewish musician who was active
in Civil War music was Joseph Bloch. He was
born in Wacheim, Germany, on July 10. 1826 and
died in Mobile, July 12, 1903. Bloch introduced
music in the public schools of Mobile, and with
the help of his daughter. Frannie, provided the
mu-ic for commencement programs for many-
years.
Music of the South
One week each year the New Orleans Opera
Company gave performances in Mobile. On one
occasion the conductor of the Opera Company
telegraphed the manager of the Mobile Theater
that the scheduled performance of the opera "Will-
iam Tell." could not be given because of the ill-
ness of the flutist The manager called Professor
Bloch and wired back. "Bring on your Tell. We
!'..!' e a flutist who can replace anybody."
Bloch'? participation in the music of the Civil
War took on various forms, lie blew the bugle
at thi Battle of Mobile Bay He published the
lively quicksteps, gallopades, polkas, songs and
piano pieces which cheered the spirits of the Con-
federate soldiers at the front and brought relief
to the folks hack home.
Musicians of the Jewish faith have contribut-
ed to the music of the Civil War Confederate
regiments marched to the lilting quicksteps of
Jewish composers and arrangers. At war rallies
and in theatre-. Southern hearts were inspired by-
patriotic songs written by composers of Jewish
origin. In the parlors of Southern homes, young
ladies entertained their guests by playing the tune-
ful and lively piano pieces of Jewish musicians.
The music publishing house established by Joseph
Bloch published patriotic vocal and instrumental
music dining the Civil War period. Southerners,
in truth, sang the songs "and danced to music
composed by her own children"the Jewish mus-
icians of the South.
\r polki c imposed by Schlesinger was
the "Cai Moore Polka." published by Joseph
Bloch Ml, and was also include! in the South-
ern Flow
N(
Flag.'
popul,.-
Confi
i

-
fur tin
Flag
. series.
Dixie." the song "The Bonnie Blue
Harry Macarthy was the second most
g, an I became the rallying song of the
This JOOg saluted every state which
Parting with South Carolina, until the
of the B innie Blue Flag had grown to
ger \ 33 inspired by the song and
51 >f trillianl variations on the theme.
"Harrj Macarthy- Bonnie Blue
rillia I iriations for the piano," sic
cil the composed to his friend,
G Werborn, and published by A E Black-
: Mobile, in isr.2.
Jewish musician who participated in
t the ivil War was Jacob Schlesinger
ed !! i Can 1 Leave Thee, Gallopade."
inged this compositon f
is pie< i- also included in "South-
rs v: the head of the song title is
lion, "The South must not only fi?hl
tattles sing her own songs and dance
. imposed by her own children."
Schlesinger arranged for the pianoforte

\
i'::i
,1.
whicl
-ong railed Trust to Luck Alabama,"
- composed by 0. W. Jameson. The
-ung with success at the Mobile Theatre
by S B Duffield. The third edition was published
by J<>-1; Bloch.
tnother song cimposed by Jacob Schlesinger
as :i; Hobhi?." to words by Dr. Woodcock.
Who's the oldest living alumnus of Ye?hiva
University? The university sought to be-
stow proper honors on this former student
on the occasion of its 75th anniversary
celebration, which occurred during the out-
going Hebrew Yecr 5722. But identifying
him has proven difficult. Diane Groner, a
Stern College for Women sophomore from
Omaha, Nebr., and Murray Geller. Yeshiva
College senior from New York City, have
been checking through university archives
for information.
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Story of Creation
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synagogue. It was decided that the twelve win-
dows, representing the twelve tribes of Israel, the
gates of Jerusalem, and the twelve carved gems
of Aaron's breastplate, were to be filled with
stained glass. Chagall envisioned the synagogue
as "a crown offer to the Jewish Queen."' Mr
Chagall painted the design for the windows at his
studio in Venice. He worked with Charles and
Brigette Simon Marq, noted artists specializing in
stained glass at the famous Simon studio in Reims.
Marc Chagall was born in 1889 in Vitebsk,
Russia, of humble craftsmen and shopkeepers of
the ghetto. These Jewish communities in eastern
Europe were Hassidic, completely dominated by
a popular religious movement which emphasized
emotional expression and the belief that all actions
performed religiously are holy. It was perpetuat-
ed by a rich tradition of tales and legends, in
"The Chagall windows may well mark the
apex of the most unique Jewish artist in
history. Reams of paper have been used
up in dialogues revolving about the mean
ing of Jewish art. Marc Chagall has given
us the answer on canvas and parchment."
which Chagall's youth was steeped and it was nit
long before he began to see the burning tights j!
Sabbath candles with the eyes of a painter
Most Umqu Artist
The Chagall windows may well mark the i-y.t
of the most unique Jewish artist in history Ream*
of paper have been used up in dialogues revolv
ing about the meaning of Jewish art. Marc Chagall
has given us the answer on canvas and parchment.
His is truly Jewish artspecifically Jewish ia t
subject, but universal in theme, grasp, tmagiiu
tion and appeal. Whatever niche Chagall is de*
tined to hold in the art tomes of the future m
thing is certainhis name will conjure up lbs
Jewish moment in a way few have been able :>
limn it.
Hadassah has many durable accompli.-hmw-'
to its credit Its role in bringing the Chagall Mia
dows to the world will endure as long as the r.
form lasU in our civilization.
I
Looking Inward
Continued from Page 2-D
days. We are to use one eye to see the world '-'
side of us, and the other with which to see >-'
inner self.
May the lessons of the New Year send IM lOrO
with the knowledge that the outside world e*>
never be better than the inner. May this knowl-
edge help us to grow, mature, and enrich our live)
SO that we may be fully prepared to help -'
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the Ethrog and the Garden of Eden
By DR. H. RABINOWICZ
-jh .' shona was over. Then wen bul 13
R"" the festival <>f Tabernacles, yel Rabbi
i of Berdychev had no Ethrog. The
ian war had disrupted the supply of
;., They were costly and scarce. The
. of Konlychev were distracted. Em:>sanes
fohed to Jewish communities aTT over
Russia, i" Warsaw, Brody and Minsk
; leas) one ethrog. They were authoriz-
r,j price. Yet on the eve of the Day
.11 all returned empty-handed.
. eed was the Berdychever. The MHz-
li Minim" was very dear to him On
he -..; up all night waiting impat-
break in order to pronounce the
benedict s at the earliest possible mom.:.: On
tasion, when he was about to take hold
h c tasj was such that he became
: the fad that the ethrog was in ..
He actuallj pushed his hands through

the first lime in his life, the
denied fulfillment of tin great
:,;;:ivah Heavj indeed was his heart during th<
(tit The communit) oi Berdychev
xiety, but were unable to help him
, prompt intervention of the prophet Eli-
. noi infrequent visitor in Berdyche\could
. -., dik "in "I his predicament.
Startling Proposition
Pi ih pve of the Festival of Succotb, when
: had been abandoned, a merchant traveling
. for V'om Tov, -topped for a while at Berdy.
rhtv, Thi merchant, Reb Pinchas, casually re-
irked that he was fortunate enough to have pur-
based > beautiful ethrop. The innkeeper's en-
Ihusiasm knew no bounds. Of no avail was Reb
nrhas plea that he had to be on his way. that
i b und for his home in Azarnictz. many
miles away, and that he could not possibly tarry
longer, He was taken at once to the Rabbi. Then
Ret Pinchas categorically refused to part with the
rthn |
He was offered twice the money he had paid:
he asked to name his price. Yet he remained
adamant. He must spend Yom Tov with his fam-
ily, and no amount of money could possibly tempt
turn to part with the ethrog. He might not be a
rabhi or >aint. but was a Jew. and for him tht com-
mand was equally obligatory' It became appar-
(Tt that hiv mind was made up and that nothing
would sw;> him.
It was then, when all arguments had been
rxhausted that Reb Pinchas made a startling pro-
pesition. "Rabbi," he said, "on one condition and
mi condition only am I willing to share with you
'he ethrof.. you must promise me faithfully that
I .'hall be your neighbor in Paradise." The en-
gathoring was hushed into silence Not a
>!ighl request To sit next to the Berdychever in
'-> world i t eternity!
Ti the rabbi, however, this presented no proh-
Hi was so overjoyed at the the pro.-pect of
having ;:n ethrog that he promised the donor a
tat at hi- side in the Garden of Eden. The eth-
"H was handed over to the loving hands of the
Dr. Rabinowici it on* of the leading rab-
binic figures in England. He has for many
yrs been a contributor to some of the out-
MancUng Jewish publications in England and
abroad


' 3
Prof. Zvi Adar (left), director of the John
Dewey School of Education at the Hebrew
Univeisity of Jerusalem, and Dr. Meir Sha-
piro, principal of the Hebrew University
High School, check plans for the new cam-
pus of buildings being constructed for the
High School through the current S500.000
campaign of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women. The Hebrew University High
School is the practice-teaching and demon-
stration center for the John Dewey School,
and research into methods of teaching Eng-
lish in Isrcel is taking place there now.
The John Dewey School receives a major
shcie oi its support from the Council.
Berdychever and Reb Pinchas now willingly agreed
to spend Y( m Tov with the grateful community
of Berdychev.
No Choice
Just betore the commencement of the festi-
val, cs the pious were busy contemplating their
Succotb. tht Berdychever decreed: "Let Reb Pin-
chas be -ntertained royally Let everything be
provided for him at communal expense, but under
no circumstances should he be allowed to eat in
a Succah." Keb Pinchas was astonished when he
found his meals served in the house: the host and
his family, eating in the Succah. informed him
politely but firmly that there was no place for him
there lr. exasperation, he tried another inn. He
was again offered ipod, but was not allowed to
enter the booth Finally, it emerged that this
strange and apparently inexplicable prohibition
emanated from the Rabbi; he rushed to the Rabbi
and poured out his heart, now overflowing with
Continued on Page 11D
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Since the inception of the Israel Bond drive
in 1951, annual industrial production has
nearly quadrupled, passing the SI, 100.000.000
level in 1961. Israel Bond funds have en-
abled Israel to bring her total employment
about 700,000. with more than 165,000 work-
ing in industry. Shown above are top left
to right) the Frutarom electiochemic; plant
in Acre and sulphuric acid plant at -..- > Tira-
na copper refinery. Bottom (left to ri: it are
scenes in the power plant ct Ashccd ^nd
the steel plant at Acre.
New Year and New Milestone for Israel
By DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
Vice President, Israel Bond Organiiation
IN the year that has just ended. Israel made im-
portant progress in the arena of world affairs.
In terms of its economic positon. an event of major
significance was the termination of the US tech-
nical assistance program in Israel giving formal
endorsement of the fact that it had ceased to be
an "undeveloped nation." At the same time. Is-
rael entered into many new agreements for tech-
nical aid to emerging nations of Asia and Africa
which offered additional evidence of its meteoric
advance in the fields of economic, social and scien-
tific growth.
Throughout the year, there were important
signs of a new status for Israel among the nations
of the world, commanding the recognition and ad-
miration that go with signal success in demo-
cratic development. There is now universal agree-
ment that Israel has become a viaible state and
that it has thereby laid to rest doubts going back
to the pre-statehood days when "viability" was
a key question in the considerations of a Jewish
slate.
Visionary Experience
Today, as we begin a new year, Israel stands
(>n the threshold of another vital phase in its vic-
torious struggle for economic independence. In
May. 1951 the State of Israel embarked on a new
venture known as Israel Bonds. In that year,
it floated Its fir-t bond issue in the United State-
In May. 1963. the first Israel Independence Sav-
in.- Bonds will reach maturity. The tinning
ef the redemption of these Bonds, wihc a ill be
paid in full, together with the accrued ir -rest, by
the Government of Israel, represents ai itstand-
mg milestone in Israel's economic comi : ic(
That Israel has reached this mil- one oc
casions no surprise tdoay. Yet what we ow take
for granted concerning Israel was quire revolu-
tionary or visionary only ten or twelve .. iars ago.
It is hard to believe that the idea of Israel Bonds
encountered so much skepticism in 1950 at many
economic experts in Israel and in the I'mted
States warned Prime Minister Ben-Guri: i against
the project, or that so many well-meani'i: people
predicted its- failure after it was launch-: in the
united States
It does not seem possible; yet in taOse early
days when Israel's economy was being taken tc
its foundations by an overwhelming flood of im-
migration, the Israel Bond issue was regarded by
some as merely another form of philanthropy mas-
querading as a "loan or investment." \t that
time, it was difficult to associate Israe with in-
vestment without being greeted with T3 i eye-
brows.
Today, investment in Israel \t no longer .' far-
fetched notion, but a routine W ntept t al is at-
tracting an ever widening circle ui business inter-
ests in the United States and ether parts of the
world. This radical change is due to the remark-
able strides of Israel's economy durin
decade. Since 1951 Israel wai able to e In
large-scale agricultural and industrial develoi
..- result of the stead) flow <; substjuti.il cap-
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+Jen1st> Meridian
Page 9-D
form of proceeds from Israel Bo-uts
to more than $55,000,000.
jghoul this period Israel Bonds served as
rtdati) n stone for every important phase (,t
m,, development. Israel Bonds provided the
: of Israel with the venture capital to
roundwork lor new enterprises. They
nee the development of harbors, the
gstruction of new roads, the expansion of com-
. and power facilities, the exploration
litation of natural resources, the estab-
ii. w irrigation systems and the con-
, : the "il pipeline from Elath to Haifa.
thej also aided in the building of nous-
.
-
ne immigrants and new schools,
F ll.ns of Support
Israel Bonds no) only embraced the
: economic independence but made it
ne of a worldwide effort to establish
tnership with the people of Israel on
: equality and self-reliance
A. always, the Israel Bond program, which
as an untried experiment, could count
real pillars of support. First, the readi-
,... of th< people of Israel to assume the burden
a loan and to work for its repayment The
ie understanding of American Jewry
which accepted the new effort as a test of its
. ,!i the people of Israel.
The approaching repayment of the first .arm I
Bonds n a) be hailed as a heartening indication of
- economic good health. However, it should
to call public attention to the fact that
State "t Israel requires more investment mon-
,\ for mriher economic development. Redemp-
tion will give full weight to the Government's
intee "f repayment of all Israel Bonds when
mi due.
This consideration is important in the light
<: I-rjc!'.- pressing need for additional investment
resources this year. To a great extent, the cir-
cumstances uhich Israel finds itself in at present
resemble the early days of statehood when the
: rsl Israel Bond issue was floated. At that time
Israel was confronted with an unprecedented vol-
ume of immigration. Recent developments on the
uoriri scene have brought about a return to an im-
migration oi comparable magnitude.
As Ion'-: as Israel considers the admission of
Dew immigrants its primary and sacred obligation.
rudoen waves of new immigration will compel the
Government of Israel to harness its economic
machinery for the speedy absorption of the new-
comers Thus economic planning is always sub-
let to unpredictable revisions, especially in terms
tf tempo.
Redeeming a Pledge
The people of Israel are faced with this kind
'1 a situation today in the reclamation and de-
velopment of the Negev, to which the entire coun-
lrj look- as the new frontier of economic growth
Because of the unrelieved pressure of large- scale
immigration, an element of urgency has been in-
troduce.! into the timetable of settling and devel-
this region There is a particularly heavy
trnphasi. on the construction of many more hous-
ing unit-, on the establishment of new develop
"eni towns and on the creation of those industrial
that will quickly provide jobs for the
'' arrivals
>'". .is in the past, the Government of
' rely on the Israel Bond campaign to
h maximum Of investment dollars for this
economic development program. If we
1 that not only the integration of manj
"t new immigrants, but the uninterrupt'
ASHDOD
*8KEl_ON
KI*YAT(iAr
uakhis'm
OFA.KIM
ZOHAR
aetRSMfBA
i
The Negev, Israel's southern desert area.
has become the center of a vast pioneering
effort utilizing Israel Bond funds to make it
gTeen and prepare it for the settlement of
many thousands oi new immigrants. Israel
Bonds are providing capital for all phases
of the Negev development program, in-
cluding the building of the new port at Ash-
dod, the construction of the 100-mile pipe-
line to bring water to the south from the
Jordan River, the exploitation of mineral
resources, and the expansion of housing
facilities.
e.l growth of its economy, are dependent to a large
extent on the sale of Israel Bonds, we shall more
clearly ^rasp its decisive importance.
In redeeming the Israel Bonds of 1951 in the
coming year. Israel is not merely repaying a loan.
She i- in fact redeeming her pledge to make good
ir the building of a Jewish democracy, combining
within it the best elements of Jewish tradition
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Friday. September 28, 1962

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I.'csr.e Gat talented Israeli artist, one of the "It is not likely that the Jewish comaunmes
America-Israel Culture Foundation's scholar- will quickly respond, or fully reac- to the
ship winners, is seen in New York on the challenge and the invitation m b: -; the
occasion of his visit last year, with some of Jewish scholars an intellectuals nto the
his latest work, done in the Mexican style, bosom of Jewish communal life."
Jewish Culture and the Division of Labor
By DR JUDAH J. SHAPIRO
Secretary, National Foundation for Jewish Culture
THE New Year is a reminder of the orderly divi-
' sions of times into years, seasons, months and
all the further subdivisions Division has an affin-
ity with order. We find things divided according
to natural phenomena, divided for the purpose of
permitting us the capacity to grasp and compre-
hend each part, divided to enable each to perform
according to ability, skill or training. Thus, on
the eve of its third birthday, the National Founda-
tion tor Jewish Culture is pleased to bring its third
annal Rosh Hashona message to the Jewish com
munities ot the United States of America and Can-
ada and to comment briefly on an aspect of "divi-
sion" pertaining to Jewish culture and to the
strength of Jewish communal life.
Activities Vary
We in .North America, live in societies which
derive directly out of the Industrial Revolution
Its sharpest definition gives emphasis to the divi-
sion of labor. It was the beginning of a life which
permitted no one self-sufficiency for the materials
of life. While the desire for survival of everyone
was similar, the activities in which individuals
engaged became varied and dissimilar. We do
not think about such things very often for we
have grown accustomed to our tasks and our dif-
ferences. In fact, we have converted this into a
virtue and believe that we are stronger because
each person does what he is best suited for. If
there are some misfits, we generalize the virtue
and accept exceptions to the rule.
The word 'culture'' is identified b; scholar!
as occurring, in the sense we rcw use it, ifter the
industrial Revolution. Before that time It was
a biological term and pertained to fee ling and
to nurture. Arising when it did, it to:- in the
meaning ol a particular aspect f SOCia ife and
divided the intellectual from other activ es with-
in the community. As we. as Jews, ha.? moved
out of the little-industrialized centers o'. Jewish
life in Europe and have become fully tjrated
into societies that are highly industrii'zed. so
have we also created a division by whi. Jewiill
culture is no longer a characteristic of Mie Jews
as a whole but rather of a part of the Je -h pop-
ulation which specializes ir. Jewish i ".ctual
matters.
In 1851. John Ruskin wrote in his book The
Stones ot Venice" about the division of >r and
made the point that "it is not. truly ipeaKing. the
labour that is divided, but the men ." We would
de well to consider that our Jewish inteilectusll
are, in fact, divided from the Jewish community.
The context and meaning of our Jesi -ocial
services were cultural in the spiritual se se The
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the Jewish community are hardiy inte 'dual id
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Prr^e 11-D
Morris Rosenfeld -- Singer of the Ghetto
By DR. BLANCHE KATZEN
JEWISH folklore has always been a sincere ex-
pri siotl of the poet's deep attachment to the
Jewish people arc! nas continued so to this very
A, Radical labor poets, like Morris Rosenfeld.
pleaded :n the r moving poems for better work-
ins condition*.
Morris Rosenfeld, 'he bard of thn sweatshops.
phosi centenary of birth is celebrated all over the
world, was born in Russian Poland in 1862 and re-
ceived the traditional Jewish education. Restless,
ni. m:' to Amsterdam, from there to London, but
after ;i '.ay of three years, he sailed to America
at th( :-e of 20. There he slaved as a tailor in
a jweatr op on Mew York's Lower East Side
By chance, Prof. Weiner. of Harvard I'niver-
Ply, Ros ll fid's poems. Deeply moved by
the you R poet's pleas for better working con-
dition- Prof. Weiner translated Rosenfeld's poems
Ig the author to the world at
., great literary talent. Rosenfeld's first
b-nk the Ghetto," published in English
met with enthusiastic reception.
A Miracle Happens
Ovi night, Rosenfeld became the urea' artist
uhu expressed the fervent longing of the Jewish
massi ompell '1 to work like slaves for ruthless
employi rs in th '.r dimly lit sweatshops. In his
book rhe Spirit of the Ghetto" (1902). Hutchins
Hapsi^'- wrote: "Rosenfeld is a thorough repre-
sentative one might say victim, of the modern
spirit In weary accents, he sings to the main
>pint ol the Jewish slums. It is a fresh, naive
note, tin pathetic cry of the bright spirit crushed
in the (><.>onous air of the ghetto.
In t is poem, "The Sweatshop," Rosenfeld sings
af the tad working conditions and laments:
Oh. her- in the shop the machines roar so wildly.
That oft unaware that I am, or have been
I sink and am lost in the terrible tumult:
And vole is my soul ... I am but a machine.
I work, nd I work, and I work, never ceasing:
Create and create things from morning till e'en.
Per what?and for whom?Oh. I know not.
01 ask not;
Whoev ,id of a conscious machine?
ifeld's poems were translated into Eng
lish i '-man and French, and sold well. The
poet si mber mood is poignantly expressed re
fleeting relentlessly the wretchedness of the ghetto
life in Rjssia and America. In moving pathos, he
desenh* the .1 irk period for the Jewish emigrant
workers in th- L'ni'ed States. His verses articu-
lated it the woe and oppression of the workers
Height of Fame
When two aothofogtea of his translated poems
appeared, literary circles in New York virtually
lionmrt him and his moving poems, many of
which ("came fam >us folksongs. His works were
translaN-d into many languages including Jap
an-'S' Yet. when he died in New York in 1923.
a few days after his sixtieth birthday, he was an
almost orgotten man as far as the newspapers
were concerned. But he was well remembered
>>' ordinary Jewish working men. whose cau>e
he hafl c warmly made his own. Twenty thousand
*Wker attended his funeral in New York.
It
truly visionary mood. Rosenfeld offered
t .*. '4
MORRIS ROSENFELD
... no conscious machines
his prophecy for the return to Zion, and he sin^s:
I See happier years, and brighter morrows
Dawning, .if my .lew. for thee'
Hark: Your olives shall be shaken,
And your citrons and your limes
Killed with fragrance; God shall waken
Lead you ;is in olden times.
Peace shall be your lot. and still
Hero hearts shall throb with gladness
"Neath Moriah" silent hill.
Rosenfeld's poetry will survive as an eternal
stern witness of the hardships with which the
emigrant Jews in sweatshops had to cope at the
turn of the 19th century.
Ethrog and Eden
Continued from Pag* 7-0
bitterness and disappointment. "Is this my reward
and recompense?" he asked Berdychever. "I
have given you my ethrog. I have denied myself
the pleasure of being with my family. Why am
I deemed unworthy of eating in the Succah? The
Mitzvah of eating in the Succah is very important
in as much as this is the only precept which we
fulfill with our whole body. Why then should I
be made to transgress God's commandments?"
With disarming gentleness the Rabbi said to
him: 'This morning you gave me an ultimatum
the ethrog or a place next to me in Paradise. But
I really had no choice. I could not contemplate
Yom Tov without an ethrog How could I greet
the saintly guests. Abraham, Isaac. Jacob. Joseph,
Moses. Aaron and David, who honor us on this fes-
tival without Arbah Minim? I promised you a
place next to me in Paradise and my promise I
will keep If, however, you insist on eating in a
Succah. you must allow me to revoke my promise."
What a delimma for Reb Pinchas. Should he allow
himself to be deprived of his promised reward,
or should he transgress and eat outside the Suc-
cah'' It see med to Reb Pinchas that he too had no
choice in the matter.
I cannot Saansgress God's commandments, and
I would rather forfeit my place in Paradise than
eat outside the Succah. Rabbi. I wholeheartedly
release you from your solemn promise. Overjoyed,
Continued on Page 15-0
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IT is Neilah now and in the shadowy synagogue,
time is standing still. The murmur of voices is
growir.g weaker, and heads are bent now more in
contemplation than in prayer, with energies spent
in the long hours of fasting.
And now time marches back. I am a child
again, standing at my mother's side, sharing her
prayer book, her gentle finger holding my wan-
dering attention. The voices around us chant the
same old melodies.
Then time moves on. I am grown up. and it is
my grandfathers birthday He has been living
with us for many years now. ever since grand-
mother died He has seven children an.l many,
many grandchildren. Where are they all now'
But this is not the present: this Is the past, and
they are all alive and happy, and Hitler has nut
yet been heard of. Or if he has. he is just a
joke. We are a big. big family and grandfather's
birthdays ;,re great celebrations All his sons
come from far and wide, and all his daughters
gather with gifts and offerings, and the grandchil-
dren give him big kisses. His grey hair glistens,
and he looks so dignified at the head of the long,
long table, like an emperor holding court.
Among his presents is a gramophone record
of Ko! Nidrei. He has many precious ones with
Enrico Caruso and other famous singers. I listen-
ed to them all. but none of them has ever moved
me as strangely as the one he has just put on
now: 'Kol Nirei veesorei uschuvuei .
vacharomei ." Voices of countless Jewish gen-
erations call out to me. and I suddenly realize what
it means to be a Jew And I also feel that the
course of my life is taking a new turn whilst the
record is being played out. I can hear it still, even
now, across the years, in my reverie
Mysterious Power
A few months later, on Kol Nidrei night, the
echo of that record compelled me to abandon my
family who worshipped in a small, surburban
synagogue ever since I could remember. I want-
ed to relive the enchantment and decided to travel
to the Great Synagogue, famed for its chazan and
musical accompaniment. My parents wondered at
my behavior, and I could not explain the strange
excitement which took hold of me. It was as if
some mysterious power were directing my steps
There was only standing room when I arriverj
at the Great Synagogue, and people of both sexes
mainly youngsters, crowded at the back.
. My Orthodox friends always laugh when I
tell them about the services with organ and choir
at the Great Synagogue of Prague, but the music
and the voices of the chazan and choir blended in
such exquisite harmony that one was lifted out
of one's everyday existence and transported into
a world where past merges with future and pain
is transmuted into promise of light and peace
I must have been still in a trance dur
later part of the service and wandering idly through
the prayer book; I felt it suddenly lifted from
my hand.
'Allow me." said a young man's voice by my
side, and his expert hands immediately found the
right page for me. Grey eyes lookerl into mine.
and in that moment I found a home for
Two years later in the same syna
organ played for us a wedding march We male
a solemn vow not only to love and chenh each
other but to return to "our synagogue' : K il
Nidrei each year, no matter where we were even
from the other end of the world. Our youthful
enthusiasm was blind to the gathering clouds on
Europe's troubled firmament. But it was better
so; at least we managed to snatch some happiness
before hel! broke loose. And the mystenou- pow-
er that led me to my husband now plucked both
of us from the midst of annihilation, and we were
saved. Just like after a shipwreckhe and 1
the only survivors. Our home, families and th
country of our birthall wiped out Never
again .
The sound of the shofar brings me abruptly
back into the present, too late to catch the tear
which escaped during my journey through the
past. It does not fall on the open book but on
my young daughter's hand, holding the prayer
book which we share. She looks up in surprise.
but does not ask. Instead, she turns to the writ-
ing on the front page of the now yellowing book
and says: "What does this mean, mummy" It is
in a foreign language, and I don't understand."
So I translate:
"Every year when you open this bonk, re-
member the solemn evening, when God joine
hearts in His house to love and faith evi
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+Je*isti rhridian
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Amerii 3 lirst Jewish military chaplain.
Rabbi Jacob Frankel, of Philadelphia, visits
the wounded during the Civil War. Rabbi
Frankel was appointed shortly after Presi-
dent Lincoln signed the Act of Congress
which permitted ministers of all faiths to
serve as chaplains. His service to his con-
ciegation in uniform, as shown in this illus-
tration prepared by the American Jewish Ar-
chives, was the beginning of a fine tradition
oi service to American Jews in the U.S.
Armed Forces and veterans hospitals. The
centennial anniversary of the founding of
the Jewish military chaplaincy, now being
celebrated, also marks the establishment of
authorized ecclesiastical bodies charged with
the responsibility of endorsing candidates for
the chaplaincy, a task performed for the
Jewish community by the Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
Rabbinic Reflections from the Midnight Sun
By CHAPLAIN SAMUEL B PRESS
A LASKA has the largest Jewish congregation in
* the worldin terms of geographybut it has
only ore rabbi, the Jewish Air Force chaplain. If
this account seems to dwell on the first person
ingular. it is because my year of duty in the
farthest North congregation has been a challeng-
ing and rewarding experience, leaving me with re-
\ miniscences which I want to share.
As the Jewish chaplain here, I am primarily
responsible for serving all Jewish airmen in
A!afka. but the uniqueness of my job requires that
1 wear "many hats." It is necessary to meet the
Deeds of the Army. Air Force. Navy, Coast Guard
and civilian communities in this area, and in many
instances I must provide for non-Jewish as well
a? Jeui>h personnel. To be "Chief Rabbi" of such
a territory (two and one-fifth times the size of
Texas is most flattering to a very recent graduate
of a rabbinical school, and to be a command chap-
lain in charge of all military Jewish affairs is most
impressive to a first lieutenant.
In what other situation can a very junior of-
fice! meet regularly with the highest-ranking gen-
'''' in n day-by-day relationship? Where else
Cut- a base commander offer the use of a personal
>Iik'( in return for a friendly visit and a cup of
::" 'li time a lieutenant comes to an air-
.ielc? How often does a new chaplain offer the
invocation at a military ceremony where another
chaplain, with the rank of general, also is a parti
tipant? Where else can an ordinary citizen have
'ht opportunity to speak for two hours with Mrs.
Golda Meir, interview the Israeli Consul, meet
state senators, the mayors of cities or the chief
of an Eskimo village?
P*pl Most Important
Yet I know in each case that it is the Tablet
of the Lawmy insignia as Jewish chaplainwhich
is more important than the silver bars of my
lieutenant's rank, and my role as rabbi which sup-
ercedes my position as military officer in the
minds of the people 1 meet.
For the people are the most important aspect
of my work, of course. In Anchorage, on Elmen-
dorf Air Force Base, my "home" station, we have
a Sunday school of some 60 children from the base,
from surrounding posts and from the civilian com-
munity. There is a Sisterhood, a Men's Club and
now a Couples' Club. There is a well-attended
adult education series. Religious and other mat-
erials provided by the National Jewish Welfare
Board enrich our congregational life considerably.
Each month I make a trip "North" for a week,
conducting services at two other bases. In all, I
make an effort to meet all Jews, military and
civilian, in the area, as well as the officers and
authorities who are responsible for the welfare
of personnel, plus a large number of people who
for one reason or another want to meet the Jew-
ish chaplain. I have been confronted with people
who have religious, moral and ethical problems
which others may never know about and which
this "sophisticated" age. with all its erudition, can-
Continued on Page 14-D
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nol provide answers for I've shared joys and
. > and I've found frustration in my own moral
iua< < -
As a chaplain. I have known times when I
.... especially appreciated Thomas Wolfe's essay
God's Lonely Man." for the chaplain's per-
sonal life can be most trying. And yet. these are
the experiences which make for maturity, devel-
opment and intensified sensitivity to life. And
. are fruitful and can be desirous.
The work here is physically exciting, too. I
..., visited many areas of the stale, travelling
kinds of transportation in all weathers and
all kinds of conditions. At Forl Yukon.
Arctic Circle. I drove a team of huskies,
lept as Serjeant Preston (my team head-
irbage heap rather than for the trail i
trui Arctic fashion nonetheli ss. In 65-de-
zero weather I "blazed" a trail with
an Arm> cross-countrj battle group on skiis a
til, to be sure, but enough to awaken mj
respect for the-,- Army men. I've dedi-
: n a pi ci small thai it isn't even
the I and I ve given invi a
... eoplt wen pr< -
givei thi li sign i I th Mogen Davi I to
? at Nome l arve into ivoi
I've appi n tel< vision sh
Dr Ben Casey. I've played
atmosphere ol
ley, while outside
cross a desert of ice
Judaism More Vital
et alot ii". such
an envu nment? I have found that a Jew can
exisl any area, under any condi-
..:.: can ...:. respeel from those who
with him. Our Passover Seder in An
i | .. 17 military and civilian people pres-
ver thi state, and all aspect- of the
servici : in accoi lance with our tradition. To
gel kosher meat in Alaska is a project, and the
ages sent by the National Jewish Welfare
: were, as always, important to us. Never
co I insist that sacrifices be made to assure ad-
heranci to thi tenets of our f;.ith. and yel never
pli wan) i r expect to do otherwise than ad-
here.
At the same time. I found that Judaism be-
came more vital in my own life. Questions of
Jewish law arose quite often for which answers
were not easily found, but after the search, and
after the finding, a new respect for the dynamic
flexibility of our heritage was always the reward.
Most impressive in this vocation is the ming-
ling with chaplains of other religions and con-
tact with the civilian clergy The veneer of super-
ficiality is lifted in these opportunities to work
together, and one gains new insight into other be-
liefs and enjoys true friendships with leaders of
other faiths. The other chaplains have been out-
standing in their generous assistance given to Jew-
ish programs. I have had the opportunity to help
them. Just last night. I received a call from the
Protestant chaplain at Cape Lisbume. on the Arctic
Ocean, to help an airman who is coming here. The
chaplain, a Methodist, remarked that he felt free
to ask a rabbi to give aid to a Catholic boy To
put in words, on paper, the friendship shared wtih
mutual understanding and genuine affection which
Historic photograph from the Natici i\ Ar-
chives, shows a High Holy Day sev. ic:
Jewish troops in the American Exps
cry Forces of World War I. Held
YMCA hut at Chaumont, France : .918.
the service was conducted by Rabr. ,:ob
Kohn, of New York, who was sev
seas by the National Jewish Welfare
Jewisn chaplain with the U.S. Army in Ver-
dun, France, shows a croup of today's
French Jewish youngsters the Shofc: which
he used in a joint Rosh Hcshona service tor
their parents and Americcn GIs in the :om-
munity synagogue. JWB's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy recruit* endorse; and
serves Jewish chaplains in ell branches of
the U.S. Armed Forces. This year marks
the 100th anniversary of the Jewish military
chaplaincy, celebrating the signing of a
lav/ by President Lincoln which first per-
mitted rabbis to serve as Jewish chaplains.
comes from this sort of common endeavor quite
impossible.
So many questions remain to be answered It
is difficult to know the number of Jewish residents
in Alaska. We estimate 120 civilian Jewish fami-
lies but many may disagree with this figure IB
each area I have visited, there are storie- >t Jw
having been there. There is some evidence of a
Jewish-Eskimo" family having lived in Alaska.
1 have seen pictures of an Indian cemetery with
a tombstone on which there is a Star of David;
how did it get there, and what does it mean' How
Phone FR 9-4944
Peter Kent. Ine.
ANYTHING THAT'S GCCC ENOUGH
TC SELL IS GOCC ENOUGH TO
TAKE EACK
170-176 W. FlaglerSt.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TC ALL OUR FRIENDS
L. CASEY
Air Conditioning Installing
F a.
MO 7-5.94
Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown
and Family
WISH ALL THE1H
RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
EEST WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sir kin
Mr. and Mrs.
Ilarrv Saffer
and Family
Extend Tbeii Beat Wishes
TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Holiday Greetings to A
Friends and Patrons
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Semember 23, 1962
* l*ni*lh n-rrilHr
Page 15-D
deep i
here. h
dentification with Judaism of the Jew!
tense their Jewish affiliation?
New Horizons
q, pve of ending my tour of duty here,
find : nave nulcn t0 ne grateful forit has
n ue assignment offering the opportun-
f(1I ,|. to sec the heauties (if nature a-
[e otht ineritans do. to meet interesting pen
., an(, perform service for my fellows. There
il ,. '
has bre;
the wor
lorsi
.il taking part in an endeavor which
and continuity; I know that across
her Jewish chaplains, recruited, en-
served by the National Jewish Wel-
fare B lard, are performing similar iut:e, in the
Army, Navy and Air Force, and that g
of Jewish chaplains have come before me, as
other generations will follow.
This post ha- presented new horizons to me.
and in future years, a- the climber who kn
the mountains more often from the plains I
from the hills, i will reminisce or. my experiences
in Ala-lea My work here has certainly made an
impression on my personality, character and bear-
ing Perhaps I am a better man than before I
came here: there surely is more depth to my un-
derstanding. If in this tour r have d>re any good,
then a:i has been worthwhile
Jewish Culture and the Division of Labor
rheir att
i
Continued from Page 10-D
ent, and the Jewish intellectual is
participant.
Building a Bridge
even :is though what the Isolated, if
til, Jewish intellectual produces alone
benefit of a Jewish community con
Hiring the product. It is more fre-
tase that the Jewish intellectual must
- pursuits of scholar-hip as a personal
rather than a communal one. and his
as unnoticed a- they are unwanted
ii\ to the active pattern of Jewish
ihilanthropies
Th< >. tional Foundation for Jewish Culture
to build the bridge between the
Held ol ish culture and the Jewish commun-
ity it : likely that the Jewish communities
i spond, or fully react, to the challenge
and thi nation to bring the Jewish scholars
and intt utuals into the bosom of Jewish com
It i- '
r. it all"
snous
quent
-.' '
impel
' -
and urtni
ictivilii
mil... .'
"' '
whole .!
i|
ity, A :
reti
sifinifica:
numii a I
Hut what they do in this direction will
timent ol the Jewish community to the
will assuredly restore a quality ol
ificance to Jewish community activ-
..- can be a cold instrument of con-
metal, used for purposes of individual
i nly Viewed from a particular van-
it can also be the medium of com-
between people and the interchange of
what as to offer to all the rest.
Thi I ulalion has chosen to evolve within
th.' COnttM i f the Jewish community for it would
not achitM its fullest thrust forward by aid and
support the separated and the insecure, the
Jewish -tholars and Jewish cultural agencies. It
must hold last to its greater meaning of restoring
he wholeness of Jewish life by helping the re-
entry o| .i uish cultural endeavor from the outer
fringe int< the reality of Jewish life. The Foun-
dation hopes to be able to hold fast to its goals
m 5T'j:; |i wishes the Jewish community well and
hope- thai its own efforts will help to realize
these i.-hi for the New Year.
During the first decade of the Israel Bond
ettoit, parts of the Negev desert were re-
claimed through the establishment o farm
settlements and the exploitation oi mineral
resources. One of earliest development
communities in the Negev was Ein Gedii,
where young settlers [above] today tend
the crops.
Art of Rembrandt
Continued from Pge 3-D
lattd in his imaginative mind Never before or
since Rembrandt wrought his great work has there
appealed i n the stage of life an artist whose works
Provided such inspiring testimony to the content
and powe- "| the narratives of Holy Writ." says
Fran/ Landsberger in his book, "Rembrandt, the
Jews and the Bible."
Ethrog and Eden
Continued from Page 11-0
the Tsaddik lifted the ban. And so, iespite the
hospitality and the honors that the happy com-
munity showered upon him, it was not a "season
ior joy" for Reb Pinchas. Neither the merriment
of the 'Rejoicing of the Libation." nor the "Re-
joicing of the Law," could raise his spirits. He
felt forlorn. He had missed a golden opportunity-
he, who could have been for all eternity the com
panion and the neighbor of the great Berdychever.
It was Paradise gained and Paradise lost.
When the festival was over Reb Pinchas went
to take his leave of Reb Levy Isaac. To his amaze-
ment the Rabbi clasped his hands and with great
enthusiasm exclaimed: "Reb Pinchas. t promise
you faithfully that you will indeed be my neighbor
in Heaven 1 merely wished to test you, to ascer-
tain whether you would be a worthy companion.
You shall truly sit next to me in Paradise."
Best Wishes for New Year
S. S. I.OIIMN
Heal I slat*-
Room 603 Biscayne Bldq.
Phone FR 1-8537
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
Womi Carpet Cleaning Co.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Phone FR 4-2921
J0"N A. BAKER, Owner
"' MW, oid. i ur-el
MJNDVS
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A Jk J
SERVICE
Lawnmower Sales & Service
Authorized Briggs & Stratton,
Clinton Engines, Service Dealer
6386 S.W. 8th SL
Phone MO 1-8979
TO ALL GREETINGS
Buy o Remote Control TV Sot
Stern Electrical
Engineering
Factory- Oitlribntor
RCA Radios Television
Sales and Service
DUMONT
5138 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone HI 6-6540
"Tat tort tor less"
MRS. L. SILVERAAAN
4 FAMILY
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
1119 S. W. FIRST STREET
653 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Iwish for All Their Patrons and
Friends a Happy New Year
m. and MRS. SAMUEL FRIEDIAND
and family
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
SAM TRAURIG and WALTER TRAURIG
Ex'.er.d Best Wishes to all their friends
for a Happy New Year
ALL FORMS OF
IC
MIAMI, FLORIDA
________________/
3031 CORAl WAY
Phone HI 8-1771
Season's Greetings to All from
Michael Sossin, L.L.D., Executive Director
THE BLACKSTONE HOTEL
Residential Halls for Senior Citizens in Their Golden Years
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Hearfboords-Wifh or Without Our Material
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LEE'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
THREE STORES TO SERVE YOU
401 Miracle Mile
Phone HI 8-1728
Coral Gables, Fla.
1270 Coral Way
Phone FR 9-2836
Miami, Fla.
7880 Coral Way
Phone CA 1-8222
Miami, Fla.
PRESCRIPTIONS AND VITAMINS AT DISCOUNT PRICES
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
To All Greetings
DRIVERS DISPATCH, INC.
Screen & Furnish Drivers for Truckers
3916 NW 37th AVENUE
Ph. NE 3-6038
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and Miami Rug Co.
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Known from Coosf fo-Coosf for Top Quality Merchandise
t Hondo's Lowest Prices
In MIAMI 2197 N.W. 7th AVENUE Pho.e FR 9-2201
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MR. and MRS. ALEXANDER S. GORDON
and FAMILY
SEASON'S GRKTINGS
ARCHITECTURAL GLASS PRODUCTS
INCORPORATED
552 556 N.W. FIFTH STREET
Phone FR 34213 Cable Addreit Carolgla*
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO All .
JACKSON'S SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
WHITE FRANCHISE DEALER
Complete S*'ecf?on of Nationally Advertised Sewing Machines
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Phoo* TU 7-4412 HIALEAH 77 HIALEAH DRIVE



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* Jen isf ftcridfiar
Friday, September 25
Predictions of Jewish Trends in America
Continued from Page ID
next ten years. This, on the one hand, poses the
likelihood that Dr. Eisenstein. a relatively young
man. will be present at that time for a review of
his estimatesshould any churlish auditor have
kept book that long. On the other, ten years is
close enough for a reasonably credible projection of
the present situation which will give birth to that
luture.
Dr. Eisenstein said he was limiting his pro
jections to "realistic goals, realistic achievements."
starting with the reasonable expectation that Israel
would barring international disasterachieve a
large aaeasure of self-sufficiency by 1972 When
this happens, he suggested, energies and resources
would -be released "for Zion to bring to transfer
itself into a spiritual center for the entire Jewish
people" Dr. Eisenstein saw possibilities of ar-
rangements by which practically every young Jew
would be able to afford at least one visit to Israel
and conventions and conferences held in Israel
would become the order of the day.
Growing Resentment
Another realistic goal projected by the Re-
oonstructionist was "a genuine revival of interest
m Jewish education at all levels.*' He saw the
possibility of Jewish day schools doubling in num-
ber. The introduction of closed circuit television
"could bring expert teaching within the reach of
additional thousands."
Dr. Eisenstein conceded that the "prevailing
custom of glorifying the Bar Miizvah as the cul-
minating moment of Jewish studies shows little
sign of abating." But he insisted also that there
was a "growing resentment" in the American
Jewish community against the "vulgarization" of
the Bar Mitzvah. He foresaw the possibility that
"with rabbis and educators acting in concert,"
higher standards could be enforced for pre and
post-Bar Mitzvah training He cited the "grow-
ing emphasis upon high school Jewish studies."
He made the flat assertion that the greatest
progre>s in Jewish education was likely to come
on the university level Noting that a growing
number of chairs of Judiac studies were beini
set up in colleges, he said more of them could be
established. The significance of the impact of
such courses on Jewish college students he spell
ed out this way: "When young Jews, of their free
will and on a mature level, begin to explore the
treasures of Jewish literature and begin to appre-
ciate the total phenomenon of Jewish civilization
through the ages, they are likely to incorporate
what they learn into their future lives."
He predicted that "as the welfare state as-
sumes more and more responsibility for those
needs of the citizenry which they have in common,
more and more private Jewish funds will be
made available for those unique interests which
Jews alone share Conceding that much money
continues to be poured into "sectarian charities."
he insisted that "with the proper appeal to Jew-
ish public opinion, the emphasis in Jewish com-
munal support could be shifted to education and
culture."
More Intensively Jewish
Similarly, without predicting that it would
necessarily happen. Dr. Eisenstein argued that
the growth of religious denominationism among
Jews "could be mitigated by increased cooperation
and coordination of effort." Citing the Synagogue
Council of America, the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Board and the Chaplaincy Commis-
sion of the Jewish Welfare Beard. Dr. Eisenstein
said that there was no reason why "with some
prodding." the leaders could not be persuaded to
intensify their effectiveness by consolidating their
efforts in other areas.
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
AND THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
We Extend
ALL GOOD WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
Victor R. Conn
ACME SUPPLY COMPANY
JE 8-7255
#
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
We would like to take
this time to
thank our many friends
lor their kind patronage
and wish one and alt
Good Fortune during
the coming New Year.
STEVtNS MARKE1S
*f- t T T :
"The great sh.of.ir i> sounded ..."
Cod of our fathers. Almighty God?
A? W4 3 forth from Thy sacred House.
ftick to our homes and the ones we love.
Back to our tasks that the morrow brings,
Ofjac uj forgiveness, O God of love.
Humbly wo pray in the gathering dusk.
Men us, O lord, with a year ol life.
Health and achievement and heart's content,
Hope and abundance and wise pursuits.
Peace and tranquility. fiend lo our land,
Peace for all Israel and all mankind.
P'tlfc H-jMty Prayer Book.
SiLWUfA"
T*
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.ft mtinmin,*!
\*Sur rrienas
THE FOGGS
LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES
FARM STORES, Inc.
W. R. BEST ELECTRIC COMPANY
1180 NE 202nd STREET
Phone Wl 7-5545
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA


Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. September 28.
1962
Section E

,



urn- .A
VIEW OF HAIFA AND ITS MAGNIFICENT BAY from the
heights of Mt. Carmel. One of the world's most beauti-
ful cities, Haifa is a favorite vacation spot for Israelis as
well as tourists, boasting luxurious hotels, a sparkling
Mediterranean beach, cosmopolitan industries, and a vivid
cultural and artistic life.
*'
<3srael: IJJficre f^ast and J-uUi

re arc
QM
i
Fasi and future are forever welded into the Jewish
present. This is absolutely basic to a people whose cul-
ture and traditions are traced in roots go.ng back many
thousands of years; it i* fundamental to a people.who
understand that the nches of tomorrow will m?f*biY*
fashioned by the siuff of our carefully-guarded hentage
from yesterday.
In Israel, the welding of past and future is everywhere
apparent. The Hebrew New Year 5723 will set the stage
for Israel's 15th anniversary celebration beginning in May.
1963. Fifteen years of creative building, struggle, expan-
sion and watchful waiting against an enemy eternally set
to destroy her all this constitutes a significant hallmark
in the life of a young republic. What has Israel accomp-
lished during the decade and a half since her reemergence
in our time? What do her people believe? What do ihey
hope for, and toward what do they aspire?
Some of the answers to these questions, and answers
to still other questions implied in them, will be tounO in
the following pages. To Israel's first 15 years, and tc
American Jewry's spiritual and historic stake in Israel re-
born, this section is dedicated.

.




Pace 2-E
vJcnist fhridHctr,
Friday. September 28. 1%
Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob M. Arvey
3 // /
Yee^ ^c/et?/-

HOI DAY GREETINGS .
Moniquv Inc.
TU 5-2744
OFFICES SHOWROOM FACTORY
AT 1060 EAST 17th STREET HIAIEAH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
HENRY "Hank" GABEIMANN Phone HI 4-0436
GABLES TYPEWRITER 4 O.
REPAIR BUY SEll RENT
Typewriters Adding Machines Cash Registers Checkwriters
2313 LE JEUNE ROAD CORAL GABLES, FLA.
To All Greetings
ARTHUR SIGNORE
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
11805 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fla.
To All Happy New Year
ARCO GLASS COMPANY
GLASS & GLAZING CONTRACTOR
18519 West Dixie Highway Ojus
Ph. 945-7712
To All Greetings
JUANITO CENTRO YASCO
RESTAURANT
"Just Good Food"
142 SW 37th AVE. Ph. 446-1962
To All Greetings
MICHAELS REALTY, INC.
REAL ESTATE SALES
9740 SW 12th Terrace
Ph. CA 6-1913
Consul Zeev Dover Jeff with Israel Ambas- find gratifying satisfaction in the keen in-
sador Avrcham Harman (center) in a call on terest displayed by many circles in
Mayor Victor H. Schiro, of New Orleans. La. country, in events and development taking
"The consulate also fulfills the manifold place in Israel."
functions of a regional information center. I
The Many Functions of an Israel Consul
By ZEEV DOVER
IN a recent address t<> the Knesset. Mrs c.olda
Meir. Minister "f Fore gn Affairs, had the follow-
ing to saj on L" S Israel relations:
"A new Administration ha- come into office in
the i' S. and :t i- only natural thai a new Adminis-
tration intensifies its study <>f the international pro-
blems with which it is faced, including of course
those of the Middle East. I do not doubt that basi-
cally our relations with the U. S. continue to rest
as in previous years, on a firm foundation of friend-
ship and of frank and friendly discussion of all mat-
ters of common interest. At the same time, it can"t
be denied that there are differences between us in
our appraisal of the situation in the Mi idle Kast
and of the factors active therein. It is altogether
difficult to assume that there may be complete
identity of views between two countries, especial!)
between two countries as different in size, standing
in the world and other conditions as the I'. S and
Israel."
The deep and traditional friendship between the
people of the I'. S. A. and the people of Israel ex-
lends beyond the confines of partisan policies and
has been a deeply cherished and highly important
factor for Israel since it declared its independence.
It is as a liaison, a channel of rommunications. so to
speak, for the manifold manifestations of these
Mr. Dover is Consul of Israel for the South-
eastern region of the United States, with offices
in Atlanta, Ga.
relations thai I regard n-.\ functions in tin- part uf
Ihe country.
To illustrate the volume and var:
and exchanges between the two countrie-,
that in addition to an Embassy in Washing
maintain- six busj : gii nal consulates, h i
U s A maintains an imposing Embay,
v ell--' iicd consular missions in Israel"* n
cities, as well as a separately operated bus
formation service. While it is the task
bassadorial envoys to represent their governments
at the national capitals, and to he the
relations on the highest level, the consulates pro-
vide various services and are instrumental 111 mut-
ual interchanges for the general public, [or institu-
tions and organizations, as well as for individw
Providing Manifold Services
This consulate has jurisdiction over the nine
southeastern states It provides consular services
and protects the interests of Israel citizens in ''<
area. It is the extended arm of various Israel -
ernmenl authorities and the conveyer of ti
ters between American citizens with claims
terests in Israel or vice versa.
We try to promote and encourage tradi
lions and joint economic ventures between indivi-
duals or economic enterprises in the two respective
countries. Among activities in this sphere '*
several displays organised by this office in dill
trade fairs where Israel's exhibitions have
high recognition and awards, but first and
most, have conveyed to the wider public as wellU
TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FANNETH ARMS
APARTMENTS
7619 Abbott Avenue
Miami Beach
GREETINGS TO Alt
SAM BERLIN
AMBER FUEL OIL
cuir on
MIAMI BIACH
fMOHl Jt S-A735
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PRINTING
ARTS
1300 NW 29 Street
Jack, Jesse. Herman,
Al & 'Pep' Teitler
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
Le Bon Cleaners
& Laundry
Irving Kornicks
955 S.W. 8th STREET
TO ALL GREETINGS
COUNTRY GARDEN
FLORIST & NURSERY
'Retail Flower Shop'
881 W. 49th STREET
HIAIEAH, FLA.
Holiday Greetings
Josefs
Pastry Shop
Winner of 1st and two 2nd
Silver Medals in the
Culinary Art Show at
MB. Auditorium I960
1098 Normandy Dr., M*


Friday, September 23, 1962
ive buyers, Israel's capabilities as .1
manul I goods of a wide range
iiiy. '
lotion of tourism Is another important
work. We constantly provide inform-
ial, guidance and assistance tu tourist
navel groups and to individuals who
visiting Israel. I consider such per-
era between Americans and Israelis
economic, but also of a much deeper
1 ntributing towards better under-
jtual respect and friendship between
. t the l". S A and Israel, who have
ns and l< als in common.
*Jen#f noradiair
to pros 1" '
mpplii
and fii
T'u
featuri
jtion, '
contemi
gel ''
significf
. dit
the I"
' ''
On the Personal Level
-]-(!, late also fulfills the manifold func-
nal information center. I fin I

.
ind scl
church -
individu

[or Won
tion in the keen interest displayed by
:. countrj, in evei id dev< lop
aci it i el. Daily v e receive re-
I children and students, teachers
from public libraries, m r
zations ol all denominations, from
id ssionals, social workers, educators
ot least, from Jewish communities
and their various organizations,
on, facts, figures and specific data,
plea ol our arts and crafts, films
aps and .-tamp.- and more Man) arc
the in\ tai r.s we receive to participate in cultural
events, 1 I ic debate-, or -peak from platforms ol
civic cli I lurches, universities, and other organi-
utions constantly struggle to make the mod
est meat I I our disposal meet the great demand.
isr.H country situated in a turbulent area,
where inMability and turmoil and hostile intent
are a constant threat to our so hardly-won inde-
pendent the integrity of our territory, to the
naj ol lift of our society and to the gains and
achievements won at such great effort and sacri-
fice-. W< ust constantly struggle against the
Arab governments' intransigeance. against their
efforts : -tort Israel's image in the eyes of
world op against boycott measures aimed to
destroy u> onomically, and the constant effort to
mar am -trate Israel's relations with other
count
Propaganda is a potent weapon, but facts and
actual pcricrmance are in the final resort more
convincii [ Israel has developed cordial and deep-
ly-meai relations with scores of countries
md on all five continents. Israel fulfills
its mot itical and economical obligations with
a sensi 1 sponsibillty which is universally re-
cognii American public, in its awareness
of the ccr.iral global responsibility resting upon
it- ji ocracy, 1- displaying an increasing
interest ir. irhl affairs and, in particular, in areas
il potent danger Israel's missions and its ac-
resentatives are frequently called upon
v rents and developing situation- in the
Middle 1 and to interpret the Israel govern-
ment's des and action-
Parallels With Florida
On -. 111 lour of Florida, as guest of the
>tjtv government, 1 had the opportunity and pnvi-
ege to i-cuss matters of mutual interest with
tovertx Bryant, with Secretary of State Tom
Adam- am other officials of the State of Florida
md the Development Corporation, as well as with
many Chamber of Commerce officers and out-
standing citizens in the various cities. There is
much Florida and Israel have in common, climati-
Mll) ano economically, and I am hopeful in my
expectations for increased cooperation and ex-
Page 3-E
Israel Consul Zeev Dover (left) calls on
Gov. Ernest Vandiver, of Georgia. "Israel's
missions and its accredited representatives
are frequently called upon to explain events
and developing situations in the Middle
East and to interpret the Israel govern-
ment's attitudes and actions."
changes of experience and know-how. particularly
in the fields of tourism and the citrus industry.
Cultural relations are important and constantly
developing. We recently gave a successful "Israel
Education Week'' program at the University of
Florida, and I plan similar projects at other im-
portant centers of learning. I also expect an out-
Standing collection of drawings and sketches by
Israels finest artists to be exhibited in Miami dur-
ing the coming season. Early in 1963. the Ramat
Ran Chamber Orchestra will tour various Ameri-
can cities and will perform in Miami. Tampa and
Daytona in the Sunshine State
The deep and sincere feelings of kinship Ameri-
can Jews have for Israel, and the worldwide Jewish
solidarity in the deliverance and the rehabilitation
ol brethren from less fortunate environments, are
main pillar- in Jewish life and do not require my
elaboration. In Greater Miami, there is concent-
,-,,,. 1 the greatest Jewish community in the Ameri-
can Southeast The pulsebeat of Jewish spiritual,
cultural and communal activities are of great sig-
nificance, and 1 wish to use this opportunity to re-
iterate mv personal sincere readiness ;>.nd the fan-
litlea of my office to share and to contribute to the
besl of my ability to educational and cultural pro-
jects and to the organic growth of the bonds of
interest between the Miami community and Israel.
1 expect closer and more frequent cooperation and
Continued on Page 9-E
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REPAIRING REFINISHING
SPECIALIZING
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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1725 NE 79th ST.
(CAUSiWAY)
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Phone UN 5-9268
JIMMY VARRONE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
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I E A L ESTATE
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MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS .
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3. ROSE L. HALPRIN
Fifteen : ~' Congress
- ism i nail group of
- \ v -der the leadership
tanned feauerees a> Had-
_ ,-rf d.'ublf respon-
-<- in Pal-
. thil country.
.._- .-_ today, its
prognr- tbtedlj eaeompass the same
g0al; ..- -. of Jewish life in the
Diaspora -- Israel and help
to the Slat* f In engines leading to
the -:.-i:.:-r.
In ?i -.-- -i ?- e expression : faith put rk In M2 the coun-
try' lacked even the m -' minimal health program,
yet nation build -J : r system Of health
care to eradicate scourges such is trachoma, de-
bilitatir.2 malaria, high infant ind maternal mor-
tality Hadassah ted a medical program.
modest at first, gradual!) spreading a network of
health services all over the counl
The first enterpriw undertaken In 19:3
when two American nurses were sent to Jerusalem.
During World War I a medical unitcon.-:-:::..: oi
doctors, nurses sanitary engineerswas dispatch-
ed and a cargo of supplies accompanied it by
special ship The unit became the foundation for
the Hadassah Medical Organization
In rapid succession Hadassah expanded its
program: Hospitals were opened in the five major
cities A county-wide preventive medical service
was set up: At its peak, sixty-five infant welfare
stations dotted the country A nurses' training
school was established, whose excellence was rec-
ognized when New York City granted credit to
Top leaders of Hadassah chat with Sena-
tors Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.) and Ken-
neth Keating (R.-N.Y.) at a special luncheon
in honor of the 50th anniversary of the
founding of Hadassah. The luncheon, held
in the New Senate Office Building in Wash-
ington, and attended by more than 20 mem-
bers of the Senate, was given for Hadassah
by Senators Humphrey and Jacob K. Javits
(R.-N.Y.). Left to right are Sen. Keating;
Mrs. High Salpeter. member of Hadassah's
national board; Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky.
national president of Hadassah; Sen. Hum-
phrey; and Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, national
chairman of Hadassah's Golden Jubilee.
The luncheon was followed by tributes to
Hadassah in the House and Senate.
His Excellency Harrison Grigsby. Secretarv
of Defense of Liberia (left), discusses oph-
thalmic services initiated in Liberia by Pro:.
I. C. Michaelson. chief of Hadassah's De-
partment of Ophthalmology (right). Look-
ing on (second from left) is Dr. Jack Karpas
deputy director-general of the Hadassah
Medical Organization. Prof. Michaelscr. in-
augurated ophthalmic services in the g
ernment hospital in Monrovia, where :
team ot Hadassah eye specialists and nur-
ses have been working for two yeors.
its graduates. Anti-malaria work was initiated
The first anti-tuberculosis hospital was esl i
ed in Safed. School hygiene, luncheon, playgr
programs were established. Research and
tag facilities and personnel were made avai
A Medical Center was opened on Mt. Scopus. .
was losl in 1948 during Israel's War of Indepenl
ence. In 1961, the new Hadassah-Hebrew I
sity Medical Center was opened on the wei!
outskirts of Jerusalem.
Prepared Pattern
The mere enumeration, without an add:
explanatory phrase, reveals the depth and br<
of Hadassah's contribution in the health I
Many of these services were turned over to
State of Israel in 1948. thus giving its new Depart
ment of Health a ready-made pattern and adding
to the scope of government's health-care.
Had this been Hadassah's total contribution,
one might have said "dayenu." When however,
in the 1930s, after Hitler's rise to power, his
began to write another chapter in the Jewish traj
edy. Hadassah became the main factor in th-;
Youth Aliyah program, designed to rescue and
rehabilitate Jewish youth. To date, more than
100.000 young people from 72 countries have come
to Israel through Youth Aliyah. Their self-respect
restored, their rights to study, to work, and I)
serve reaffirmed, they have become integrated and
valued citizens of Israel.
Vocational schools in Jerusalem, J.N.F work
throughout the decades add to the total of Hadass
ah's share in the building of Israel
In retrospect Hadassah sees Its program j*
a forerunner, in a way. of our own country's ""
World"' concept of mutual aid. technical ass
ance, peace corps, etc. As the nations of A:
and Asia emerge in the world of the twentieth
century', into sovereignty and its attendant
lems, Israel, as good neighbor, as one which
recently trod the path of emerging nationh '
offers to help with its knowledge and expert
Hadassah participates in this effort The Hadass i
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Africans in Israel are Forging New Links
By JACOB SONNETAG
Editor, Trts- Jewish Quarterly of London
WALKING through the busy streets of Tel Aviv
(,r Jerusalem it is nothing unusual to encoun-
)ir voting Africans wearing national costume or
nfflre rftenEiiropeainWWR. "' ~
They have become part of the Israeli scene.
n ore color to the crowds of cinema-goers.
,.i >heppers and strollers who throng the
. and larger villages in the evenings.
\ all the Africans are diplomats or mem-
I official delegations. In fact, those one
lers are more likely to be trainees sent to
. ,,. io acquaint themselves with Israeli tneth
( ,: agriculture or to obtain technical school-
; raftsmen.
b< gan ;.s an experimental project inau-
... by the Government's Department for in
. Cooperation, may well prove a most
: and far-reaching scheme, leading te
exchanges between Israel and the ne
u: trie- ;:r.d serving as a link between
hi
Specially Suited
Uh a scheme could be conceived and
,, i-ul ;.; h>\ u largely due to the work of
ii Israel. OKT has in recent years shifted
its mail center of vocational training to Israel, in
recognition nical Iraining in the country, and in doing so it
hat been able to apply its long experience in this
fuld. going back 1-ig.hty years since OKT was
otablished
Moreover, having worked in the special con
(Men- prevailing in the Moslem countries of North
Africa, which it continues to do, ORT was spec-
ially suited to operate the Government scheme
lot technical eid to the new African countries.
This dtes not apply only to the ORT schools
ill Israel; the technical aid Israel is able to give
to some Alrican countries by "lending" technic-
ians and other experts, is also in part due to the
A tocst to pecce and liberty is offered ct
the 3Cth annual Third Ssder of the Isrcel
Histadrut campaiqn in New York during
Fcssover Week of 5722 by representatives
of Israel. Eurma. and Sierra Leone. Jacob
- Pctofsky, president of the Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America, who presided
ct the Seder, explains the significance of
Motion and the Hagaddah to Ambasscdor
Gershon Collier, of Sierra Leone (right), end
Ambassador U on Sein. of Burma (second
horn left). "These Africans look upon them-
selves, not a* ordinary students, but as
emissaries of their countries, which have
Chosen for them their pioneering task ."
Parents and applicants crowd the offices of
the ORT Vocational Center at Tel Aviv to
register for the next school year. Over
1.C0C people stormed their way into the
school during 5722 in an effort to assure
admission. The school is generally regard-
ed as the best vocational education center
in Isrcel. and is considered the largest and
most modern technical school in the whole
Middle East.
training they have received as pupils and grad-
uates of UKT. But that is another story.
The lirst group of young Africanssome 85 in
all from Nigeria and Ghanato obtain technical
training ir: Israel are full-time pupils at the ORT
school in Na.hanya, the second largest of the 20
or so ORT schools in Israel.
Thcugh outwardly they can hardly be dis-
tinguished they are in fact divided by language,
one grcup knowing only French, the other speak-
ing English. They receive their instruction in
both languages respectively, but to communicate
with each otht r they have learned Hebrew at a
special Ulpan course.
Th -e Atricans look upon themselves, not as
ordinal*} slu ents. tut as emissaries of their coun-
tries, which have chosen for them their pioneer-
ing ta-kto gain the skill and knowledge required
for the upbuilding of their native countries' newly
emerging e< onom es
i of these young Africans, at least, will
go home as m< sengers of good-will from Israel.
itself youi g country which, like their own.
s beinf I i p
Quick in Response
! askei one African whether he was happy
working Isra I With a broad smile he answer-
ed ;. > i have been sent here to learn a trade,
this is what I am doing. After I have fin-
ished. I'll <" home."
Obviously, it will depend on their personal
experiences and encounters whether these Africans
will look Lack en the time they stayed in Israel
ii joy or in anger
Gratitude cannoi be expected as a matter of
course, and the Israelis seem to be aware of this.
Some make it their business to establish friend-
ships with the "strangers in their midst" which
is bound to benefit both sides.
The Africans are quick in their response. In
a moshav rot far from Nathanya. 1 was told of
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By ZVI EADAN
SELF-SUFFICIENCY by 1970 That's the goal of
Israel, a? the State nears its fifteenth year of life.
And based on the rate of industrial and econom.c
growth now taking place in Israel, it appears Tttely
ihat the self-sufficiency status will be reached by
the 1970 target date.
Certain elements of the economy obviously
have some distance to go-namely, the unfavorable
ratio between export and import, and the constant
possibility of inflation But in many other economic
barometers, the growth has been both dramatic and
continuous
S:r.ce the founding of the State, its sross nation-
al product has -.ncreased almost four times, and
a: tbc MJd of '.961. stood at $2.9 billion. In recent
years, the gross national product has. on the aver-
age bee- teasing by eleven percent annually.
A- since 134S. the gross industrial product ha-
been rising ,t an average rate of fourteen percen'
Israt per capita income exceeds by
far all tbi n< laboring Middle Eastern countnes
In IS*1', this figure was approximately $700. com-
paring fa> rably with some European countries.
Finally, >rker output and productivity is mcreas-
ing --.-*> an 1 is marked b> the Israeli worker's
de^.- -T- u or ft ssionaUy.
Increasing Interests
X \ sinessmen. Israel's economic
and industrial growth offers ever-increasing op-
portunities fcr Investment. That American
firms are re, gnizing I is evident by the fact
thai '" --" L" S and Canadian companies now
have investments in the State. These range across
:' types, including wholly-owned sub-
sidiaries joint ventures with existing Israeli com-
paues rising and know-how arrangements and
the tike The categor.es of industries invested in
:s eq broad, involving everything from farm
mink ranches, tires to textiles, chenu-
als. metal-working to super-
shipyards
:- terms )f i liars invested, American and
been 'hot interests
past ft years In
190 ppr investment capital from the V S
575.8 million Th( : I
- th< tal : r :.-;- is s>
eve!

resents. 1 most
part. '.:-.-
more by prol thi
el's est
sons I ex] n whj lsra< I
mically and lr
ay I' S and Canadian firms are in-
vesting in I Stat lited with being one of
at -- in the increased flow of private
- the la for the Encoui
ats The law, amended
peri in 1959 As it pro-
ffers such int i stor ii
- abroad of all profits in the
. lira ncy in b| as made, re-
patnati ted depreciation, cer-
Zvi Eadan is director of the Consulate or
ls'et for Economic Affairs, with Government
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. rising investment tide
tain (as e\*mptions and lower income and corpor-
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proved" investments also art eligibli ir govern,
mer.t loans,
A second important reason is Israel's position
ls a tradins gateway to the burgeoning markets of
Asia and Africe. Several American firms have
already recognized this factor, and bav either est-
ablished, or are in the process of establishing,
plants in Israel in which tht bulk of the produc-
tion will be for export to Asia and Africa, In the
last three years, more than $400 million of busi-
ness was done by Israeli companies with Asian
and African nations, and at tht [r,., about
900 Israel experts are on economic and technical
missions in the two-continent area.
Skilled Labor Force
A third reason is Israel's labor force, recog-
nized as one of the most highly-skilled in -he Mid-
East, and comparing favorably witl labor
forces of Western Europe This is very important
in the Israeli Government's eyes h< i Gov-
ernment recognizes that lsra< great st commod-
s its people. For a country of it* sizi
has a surprisingly skilled labor for run-
ning at almost full employment Oi about four
of the potential lah r : nempkryed,
and these are persons who art I mploy-
ab!( bj reason of physical incapacity ar.d unwill-
ess to work. Wages in Isra<
attractive to American businessmei
scale La comparatively low. for fifr
pie, between $200 to S4" :
rs, economists and ch i
fringe benefits
Of special interest to Am i Canadian
businessmen is the role of the Government in
Israel's economy and industrial n Here,
there is a clearcut pattern. Initial! rOvet*
ment was the prime force in getting Israel's in*
du>tnal growth underway, fir the obvious reason
that no other single unit was capable of initiating
the drive. In recent years, hi never the Jove*
ment ha< willingly stepped out of the industrial
arena, and has. m fact. betr. happj ^W
formerly state-owned projects havi ."Id to
private interests. It is trut however, that th
Government plans to ran ait stroni in overall
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The Life of a Young Sabra in the Army
F
By ANITA ENGLE
Jerusalem
CR years ;""' year-, the children are around
underfi >1 As you hurry about the house, get-
Id, in and out of bed, preparing their meals,
i to do more, or perhaps less, cooling
. brow, w*r;iwg onf their problems, it
never occi'rs to you tliat one day this is all going
to end But it dees, quite suddenly. Perhaps in
eveO family, or at leas', in every country, there
jj s different type of event which illuminates that
the child haa cut free from the apron strings,
.; nil'-* -'amis lacing his future as a man.
Thi- is how it happened to me. One day. when
he .'.i- sixteen and a half. Jonathan, the elder of
niv two "'S. received an official envelope. Ii
looked a bit peculiar for an official envelope, for
il nas tak n up with a drawing of a group of young
men and women striding forward gaily, arm in
arm The lorm was from the Army. Jonathan
His requested to report on a given date for regis-
tration and to get a preliminary medical check
up This was only to get the records straight.
for legally Israelis are not liable for army service
until they are past 17.
A tew months later Jonathan began to mur-
mur vaguely about having to go off to work in
the Negev somewhere But I'm going to tell him
to tell you about it himself, as he dictated it to
me
Out-of-Twn
We had already known at the beginning of
the school year that we would have to go out for
two weeks to a border settlement around Pass-
over Th.s is the national service that everyone
in the thud year of high school has to do. National
service sounds to most people like military service.
This isn'l military service, or at least, it need
not be It is merely going out-of-town during the
harvest lo give a helping hand to small settlements
or kibbutzim, usually on the border, who have
the additional strain of keeping guard, as well as
the usual 'arm work. The whole class of 35. about
half boys and half girls, was going off together.
I wasn't very eager to go, at first I didn't
see anything special about staying among strang-
ers. I also had some strange ideas about kibbutz
life,
mth before the Passover we learned that
we would be going to kibbutz Mifalsim, less than
one kilometer from the Gaza Strip. Our duty
to pick i ,,i rots. A day before leaving I went to
visit my aunt from England who was staying in
a hotel near Tel Aviv When I told her that I had
COffle to say goodbye because I had to go off on
national service, she became very serious. There
had just been some trouble on the Syrian border
"Can you shoot?" she asked.
"A little," I said, "but that's not what I'm
going to do. I'm going to pick carrots."
Everything Gren
Sh( laughed so hard at the thought of pick
ing carrot- as a national service, and told all her
friends about it. until I began to feel quite pleas-
ed about it myself. On the way back to Tel Aviv.
was speaking to some American tourists, who
asked me how old I was, and what I was going
to do, I told them I w as 17. and that the next week
". it never occurs to you that one day
this is all going to end. But it does, quite
suddenly."
I was going off for two weeks of national serv-
ice. I didn't mention the carrots at this time. They
were very impressed, and I could hear them tell-
ing others in the bus about it in a special tone
of voice By the time I returned home to Jeru-
salem I had begun to think that perhaps being 17
years old was rather special, and doing national
service was something to be proud of.
The next morning, at 7 a.m., I went off to the
school carrying a suitcase which I had packed
myselfto my family's surprise and pleasure. The
lorry was waiting, and we all bundled into it. for
our four-hour journey to the Negev.
When we arrived, we were astonished to find
everything green, because we had expected that
the Negev would be brown and barren. Nobody-
payed any attention to us when we arrived. It
was in o'clock in the morning, and everyone at
the kibbutz was going about their regular busi-
ne-s. We were given accomodation in the old
school house of the elementary classes of the
kibbutz, because they had just moved into new
Quarters. Kibbutz children sleep in their school
house, so there were rooms for dormitories.
Young and Lively
The first thing we had to do was clear the
thistles from the area around our house. Then
someone from the kibbutz took us by lorry to a
spot about half a kilometer away to weed fields
(and fields and fields i of sugar beet. We took a
look at the yellow mustard growing over the red
beets There seemed to be an awful lot of yellow,
and we had come a long journey. So we just
sat down and took a good long rest before starting
to work. In fact, we didn't do any work that day
at all Nobody seemed to mind.
Next day we really began. We went to work
at 6, after a breakfast of tea. bread, jam, eggs
and yogurt. We worked straight through until 12.
There was no 10 o'clock snack, so when we were
hungry, we ate carrots, cleaning them on our
trousers We enjoyed picking carrots. First we
picked a big heap. Then we all sat together sort-
Continued on Pag* '2-E
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1 School
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3lem sc
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tlty ol
Or K.
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;th his academic achievement, make him
qualified to direct the Paul Baerwald
r Katz started out studying chemistry
ru University, but work he was doing
, linquent children in the slums of Jem-
interested him that he decided to devote
this field entirely.
dl the scholarship recipients of the Na-
,mcil >:f Jewish Women are on the fac-
Paul Baerwald School. "So much so."
asserted, "that while the school is sup-
the American J*oint Distribution Com-
- the N'CJW that staffs it."
is, now the first country in the Middle
'.as i school of social work at the uni-
,1 As J matter of fact, it is only in
I States and Canada that this subject
al this academic stage All of the social
Nowhere in the world are
,. i result of the complexity of life
The great influx in immigration, with
cull : "gether with the backlog of
sly cared for. makes the men-
tal health proram a primary concern for the gov-
ernment.
'Take one of the Moroccan Jews coming from
the llelUh." Dr. Katz went on. "suddenly his whole
world has toppled He was used to being the un-
questioned master of his house in his own land.
The woman in the house was secondary. In
Israel, while he is untrained for work, his wife
can go out and earn money as a housekeeper. He
is told that she is his equal. All his known pat-
terns of existence arc suddenly obsolete. As a
result, the integration of the men from these North
African countries is extreme difficult. And this
is but one example."
Israel has been beset by staggering health
problemstuberculosis, trachoma, skin diseases
Now they are all under control and some are ex-
tinct. With the help of such able men as Dr.
Israel Katz, under whose helm so many preven-
' itivi measures can be taught and put into prac-
Ihei 5 hop< this cancerous area in
Isi iel life will so< n ight und r mtrol.
Africans in Israel are Forging New Links

the fan
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CWr.id from Page 5-E
: it th :< to learn large scale poul-
j .. :. i were not content to restrict
- onlj i this, but were eager to help on
enerai, disregardig any fixed times
lorts t )dd jobs, without being ask-
Mathanya ORT school, which was estab-
over ten years ago in 1951, the Africans
: student body of some 1.300. Hire
metal work, precision mechanics, elec-
il s, agr > mechanics, etc
erywnere i:i Israel, the school itself is
lj being enlarged and construction work
n all the time. When I was there in the
last year, an electronics and research
'KltB
wing coating [32,000 was under construction,
while a further extension v.huh will cost the same
amount, was already in the planning Stage. The
N'athanya Municipality and the Association of Is-
raeli Manufacturers are sharing the running costs
between them
When Jacob Olciski. the director of Israel
ORT, showed me round the building, he recalled
with pride the progress ORT had made during the
time he had been associated with it.
Back in the twenties, he founded an ORT school
in his native Lithuania: he carried on the work
when, during the Nazi period, he found himself
first in the ghetto and, later, in a concentration
camp, and he was on the spot when ORT resumed
its training program in the D.P. camps in Ger-
many, immediately after the war.
When OUT opened up in Israel in 1949. he was
appointed director. In a little over ten years the
network ot ORT schools in Israel has increased
its annual intake to more than 10.000. three quar-
ters of them full-time students.
May?
Mid-So
monii:
the I-
Dove:
and (
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live co
of Memphis. Term., sits beside the
-h Queen in a Sabra Sports Car
^ctured in Israel and exhibited at
-el Pavilion in the Fair. Consul
=oks on (right). "We fry to promote
:oura7e trade relations and joint
: ventures between individuals or
ic enterprises in the the two respec-
ntries."
A Consul's Function
Continued from Page 3-E
joint ventures between this consulate and Jewish
communal activities in Greater Miami in the future.
I would like it to be known that an Israel Consulate
is at the service of the Miami public and communi-
ty, although for reason of geographical convenience
my office is located in Atlanta.
Erev Rosh Hashona
On the eve of the year 5723, I extend, on behalf
of my government, the members of the consulate
staff and myself, wholehearted good wishes for a
year of good health and happiness to each one of
you individually: for a year of new peaks of achieve-
ment in American Jewry's and Israel's joint efforts
to gather and absorb productively in Israel the
many immigrants from different lands; for a year
in which the newly-emerging Jewish consciousness
and cultural awakening will make further advances;
for a year that will bring greater security and
economic strength to the State of Israel; and, fin-
ally, for a year in which world peace will be secu-
red for our own and the coming generations.
llaputJ Jfefa 1*
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IN wishing you a happy
New Year, The Herald
hopes for you every
possible blessing that
the New Year can bring
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The Oldtimer and the Hebrew New Year
By ITZHAK ZAHARI
I didn't come to Israel to be a standpatter." the
oldtimer said. He was in his late fifties, his
face weathered by many years ol irking out-
doors To the new arrivals, he seem d as strange
and wonderful as the land itself After so many
vears of pioneering, he could have called it quits
and simply hatched the newcomers straggle out
to their lonely outpost.
Saul and Dvora between them held the hands
of their eight-year-old daughter
what's a standpatter, daddy"" the little girl
asked in hushed tone, a.- if trying 11 hide her
ignorance.
Saul bent lows to her ear "That's somebody
who once believed in the future, bat doesn't care
anymore
Will we be standpatter.-, daddy?'
No." he promised
They piled into the pickup trucks and donkey
carts. It wasn't really a road. It a> an un-
marked trail, hard and rocky They rode rattling
toward the empty horizon.
The oldtimer. driving the lead truck, dropped
back to see how the new settlers were faring.
Here and there he spoke a few words
"From a big city"" he asked Saul.
"Yes Vilna "
"You escaped to the forest?" the oldtimer
surmised.
"My wife and I were among the lucky few that
survived. Our daughter was born in the forest.
As part of her activities as national chair-
man of Israel Bonds for Hadassah, Dr. Mir-
iam Freund (above) visited Israel to survey
the country's economic development. Dr.
Freund is shown in the Negev outside the
new development town of Arad at the
junction of two vital supply lines for the
settlement and industrialization of the area:
the water pipaline at the right, and on the
left, the pipeline from the Zohar natural
gas fields, which are growing in import-
ance as a source of fuel for the new towns
being settled and developed with the aid
of State of Israel bonds.
Delicious meals plus dietetics is the order
of the day for these absorbed Arab women,
who are learning to prepare nounshing
meals in Pioneer Women Community Cen-
ter in the primitive Arab village of Yamra.
Then, after the war. the DP. camp> for five years
that were more like centuries "
Overwhelming Hardships
You won't have time to think alxuit the pas',
here. To much to do." said the oldtimer, as he
stepped on the accelerator to get back to the head
of the line
The oldtimer was rmht The year was 1950.
New settlements were springing up in many parti
of the country.
B> the time Rush Ha-hona rolled around, Saul
and Dvora felt overwhelmed by the many hard
ships in the new -ettlement. Somehow, plans
didn't always work out; here and there parts of
unfinished jobs lay about like pieces of broken
dreams They had begun to withdraw into them-
selves, doubting their adequacy, doubting their
dreams.
In the spirit of the New Yea: the oldtimer
was in a reflective nuod. He had a vet discuss
ed hi- earlier experiences as a pioneer Even
now. he only touched on them in a sketchy a>
In a matter-of-fact, undramatic tone, he recalled
how things were when he first came to Palestine
some 25 years before.
Swampy land, malaria Arab snipers
slow death and sudden death nothing could de-
stroy the pioneers they became one with th."
land, redeeming each other The majority stayed
on the reclaimed land others, like himseli.
moved on to other new areas to repeat the pr>
cess of reclamation ... to wrestle with new dan-
gers and new problems.
Saul listened closely. He himself had faced
dangers and had become familiar with death Why,
then did the old-timer's reminiscense- move him
so deeply'.' Could it be because the old-timer had
faced his dangers as a matters of choice, while
in his own case his dangers had been thrust upon
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W. W. Weltert


fxiday, September 28, 1962
vJwlstrfrridlfon
The difference between him and the old-
!;mer was the difference between stoic and heroic,
tetween fate and faith.
That '.inter, a decision was made to diversify
the activities in the new settlement. From a pure-
ly aericultural set-up. it would henceforth go in
for light industry as well. First the shops had to
te built. It was the hardest work Saul had ever
done At the end of each, day, is muscles ached.
dif fingers had splinters and his heart was happy.
When the machinery arrived and was being
installed. Saul studied the lathes and drills. As
a vouth in Vilna. he had brought home a metal
runch and a screwdriver that he had made in the
school's machine shop. He wasn't surprised, there-
fore, when the instructor from Tel Aviv began
their training by having them make a metal punch
and a screwdriver.
Training Period
In his eagerness to demonstrate his rudimen-
tarv knowledge. Saul skinned his knuckles on the
lathe but kept on smiling. When he was temper-
ing the blade of the screwdriver and shaping it on
lie grindstone, he let his forefinger get too close.
At Ihe instructor was applying an antiseptic to
the finger, Saul almost passed out. but he kept
cr, smilinu weakly.
The training period lasted three weeks, after
vhich Saul and his co-workers were able to set
up production on a modest basis. Gradually, they
idded new items to their "line" of metal products.
The settlement's industrial venture was beginnint:
:o pay off To Saul, the whine of the metal-cut-
tine machine and the rhythmic turning of the
:lhe> were a concerto of achievement.
When the second Rosh Hashona arrived, the
old-timer announced that he would be moving on.
A year before. Saul would have felt rudderless at
the prospect of the oldtimer's departure. If they
into words. Mostly what the oldtimer had done
*a to believe in them. Now, another batch of
immigrant- needed him. Saul and Dvora and the
ethers understood.
Poge 11-E
Joseph Meyerhoft of Baltimore (left), gen-
eral chairman of the United Jewish Appeal.
F'esents an ancient Hebrew oil lamp award
10 former Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Gold-
berg (center1 and a silver Israeli menorah
oward to Leonard Ratner. of Cleveland
ujght), for "outstanding service to the Jewish
community" during the outgoing Hebrew
Year 5722. Presentation was at the 24th
ennual conference of the UJA in New York,
which adopted a 1962 goal of S95 million
i worldwide Jewish needs, including a
-j5 million special fund to finance immigTa-
"on to Israel.
As the products of the settlement's industry
hart hecn will received on the loeal market it was
decided to expand production for the exprtrt mar-
ket. When they went over the plans for enlarging
the factory and buying additional machinery, thev
were a bit shaken by the amount of capital requir-
ed, and for a while they were at a loss as to how
to proceed. By making inquiries at the various
government offices, they learned that they were
eligible for an allocation from Israel Bond funds
through the loan provisions of the development
budget Apparently those who purchased the bonds
believed in the people of Prael. It was almost
like h;:vinu the old-timer back again.
Time Passes
Th( fi:;tory was expanded, production was
increased and now there was a special crating
section where the finished products were packed
for export. Every time Saul passed this section,
where the crates were being stamped "Products
of Isreal he felt like pinching himself to prove
it wasn't a dream.
Several years went by. Occasionally, Saul
and Dvora received a letter from the oldtimer.
The last letter had been from Dimonah. where a
large number of immigrants were building their
homes out of stones in the area He wrote that
Golda Meir had taken part in the dedication of
the school for the new community, where the new-
workers would be employed in the phosphate mines
and processing center nearby. The oldtimer pre-
dicted that more and more people would be set-
tled in the Negev.
In June 1960. Saul and Dvora and their daugh-
ter, now 18. celebrated their tenth anniversary
in Israel. It was also a send-off party for the
daughter, who was due for her two years of mili-
tary service in the women's army corps. There
was a long letter from the oldtimer that day. You
could tell from the shaky handwriting that the old
man was not well.
Recalling his prediction about the settling of
the Negev, the old-timer wrote that now things
were really happening With the help of Israel
Bonds, five new towns would soon rise in various
parts of the desert, combining agriculture and
industry, to absorb the rising tide of immigrants.
One of the first of these towns would be Arad.
in the vicinity of the Dead Sea potash works and
the natural gas fields of Zohar.
A New Year
"I rtii Id be the last person to minimize what
has a been done in Israel." the oldtimer
wrote. "Nevertheless, 1 consider this new stage
of pioneerii g the most important in our country's
history. W< are a growing people and our gates
arc always open We must realize that our future
lies in the Xegev. We cannot hide our heads in
the sand; we must learn to live on it. My dear
friends, that is why I decided to go to Arad. But
the doctors say I'm sick They won't let me go.
Saul, you know what it means to be an immigrant
in a new settlement. 1 am not asking anything
for myself, but only for them, the newcomers.
They reed an 'old-timer' like you. Please go in
my place. But remember, don't try to do every-
thing for them: let them skin their knuckles, let
them make their mistakes, let them be pioneers."
At dinner that evening. Saul seemed preoc-
cupied, only half-hearing Dvora'.- comments about
the cay's doings. After the meal, he re-read the
oldtimer's letter. As if he were answering the
oldtimer- pica. Saul said simply. "I'm going."
Dvora looked up from her knitting. She was
Continued on Page UE
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The Life of a Young Sabra in the Army
Continued from Pafl 7-E
ing them out for sale in the towns, and talked at
the same time. By the time we returned to the
kibbutz for dinner at 12 o'clock, we were fam-
ished. Did we enjoy that meal! Much better
than at home.
We showered, and rested until 3. From 3 to
4. there was Gadna training. That is. military
training, under special youth instructors, who came
with us from Jerusalem, and remained with us
all the time we were at the kibbutz We had a
young man seconded from the Army. The girls
had our history teacher. She is only a little per-
son, smaller than some of the girls, hut she holds
the rank ot officer of the army We ran. shot, learn-
ed about the rifle. Then we were tree until the
evening, when from 7 to 10 we gathered in the
kibbutz club room, getting to know the members
of the kibbutz, and singing and dancing.
Mifalsim is eleven years old. It has about 100
adults and about 35 children The people arc all
from Argentina, young and lively. Many kibbut-
zim leave a bad improsion on town people be-
cause the members keep to themselves, and do
not welcome outsiders But it was the opposite
at Mifalsin.. Through working in the kitchen, and
our meetings in the evening, we came into close
contact with the members. They were delighted
to have us. because we added so much to the
man power of their small numbers. Their warm
welcome, and their need of our help made us all
want to do our best for them. None of us ever
worked so hard before. We created a real record
75 tons of carrots sorted and ready for market in
less than ten days.
Thinking over our experiences, as we drove
back to Jerusalem, the kibbutz seemed to be open-
ing up new prospects in life. When, three months
later, one of my friends asked if I wanted to join
a Nahal group instead of going into the ordinary
army, I thought, "Yes, what a good idea."
In May I was taken to meet a young man from
kibbutz Revivim, in the heart of the Negev, who
came to Jerusalem to try and form a Nahal group
for his kibbutz. The Nahal. as he explained it
to us, is part of the army, but the boys and girls
who are in it are stationed at a kibbutz, where
they work, with intervals off for army duties.
Each group, called a "garin" (seed) is the same
size as a regulation army detachment They sleep
in tents, have army training and defense duty.
If. at the end of their two and one half years of
military service, the group wants to remain to-
gether, and on the land, then they are ready to
go off and form a new kibbutz of their own.
That is win they are called a "garin." or seed
First Taste
I wasn't interested in staying on the land, but
the idea of being attached to Revivim lor the
time of my military service appealed to me very
much. It turned out that I was the only one of
my class to volunteer for Revivim. Many of the
others want to go into the army proper, because
Nahal does not appeal to them. Others belong to
a youth movement which has its own kibbutz in
the Negev. near Elath. A few. like my girl friend,
belong to the Air Cadet Force. That means that
she automatically goes into the Air Force when
she joins up.
I had my first taste of Revivim at the Shav-
uoth (Pentacost) holiday in June, when we were
"We worked all the time we were .here,
mostly weeding the peanuts and the cot-
ton fields. We also collected the seeds oi
cauliflower, to be used in experirr.9:.-.s.
invited to go there for three days to -k a
though two or three friends trcm Jerusa m said
they would go with me, half an hour before leav-
ing I found 1 had to go alone 1 had to join some
other boys and girls of my age from Tel Aviv
and Petach Tikvah, and we had ;: rendezvous with
the kibbu'z lorry- at the Tel Aviv bus station, I
had never been on my own before, and njj -hock-
ed to find the others were very tough ."-own-up
boys and girls from an agricultural school near
Petach Tikvah. who had all been together r some
years. They talked and joked among themsebei
and ignored me. Luckily there was a v>y from
Jerusalem among them, and wt began :> talk.
Later on. at the kibbutz, the girls tr: -1 to em-
barrass me and to make fun of me, but they didn't
get very far there. We make a lot of jokei in out
family, and so I always have an answer read>.
They began to laugh at my jokes, and the next day
they were very nice and fr;ene!)>. and *e had t(
good time together.
We worked all the time v.c were the most-
ly weeding the peanuts and the cotti W
also collected the scecis 'if Ci uliilowei used
in experiments. In our span lim< P*d|
peaches They have very g ^
vlvim. Our tents were hot, darl khaki
sorbed the sun, until during W!
cooler outside than inside Thej 'iet;'r
when the tents are painted white Th-i mgnt'
were very cold, and I. used to Jei "1tuC
blankets while the others fr< ?e
Now that my summer holidays
1 am off there again for a m< I : '
peaches and plums
Revivim is thirteen years oh ""*
by Sabras at the beginning oi the State "Vo'l
est. founding members, are 30 years
are all calm, matter-of-fact, jus; lik Sal
when we break dishes or drop tin big W*
soup when serving, they don't take or
worries them. I expect to spend all
holidays working with them ir. 5723, and n |
ing forward to starting my armj servica
vlvim in 5724.
Holiday Greetings to All
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WELDING SPECIALISTS
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Page 13-B
American Israel Relations During 5722
By HAROLD EIDLIN
Washington
I .|0 inalysis of American-Jewish relations during
N ,j,f past year can avoid the conclusion th.it
Ifir the fir-t time since the Sinai campaign. Wash-
ington 8Bd Jerusalem. fimUbfmyjtf< at odds. .
This new discordant note has been struck not
|w anything Israel has done but rather, far more
lartaisly. by "hat is now regarded here as a grad-
ual shift of emphasis in U.S. Middle Eastern
[urcigD : licy An(*. un''' -volu> -inly a single incident, the present sit-
uation revolves around a deliberate move t>
Lards I long-range policy of firmer U.S. friend-
ship for Israel's Arab neighbors.
lr .:>.. say informed sources here, the sit
I [or Israel is likely to deteriorate still fur-
Ither in the year ahead.
What has happened is that Israel has become
| in innocent victim of the cold war struggle. The
root o: Ihe problem lies in the now firmly-en
jenchei belief held by l.S officials that Arab
I a prime requisite for American se
lority" 'In Middle East. As a consequence ind
the hop< of courting Arab favor, the United
I. een gradually moving away from its
| i itral position in the Middle East I i
friendship for the Arabs.
Loans Increase
foreign policy planners are repre-
I thai an open display of U.S. sym-
\i.il> problems, stepped-up aid. and sim
Is will serveif not to win the Arab.
er la the Western campthen at least to
their loyalties in the East-West cold
|
S responsible commentator would suggest
I American view towards the turbul-
hat Middle East i~ designed as an anti-Israel move.
JThe fad is this is simply not the case. In vir-
tually every aspect of bilateral American-Israel
h-air- ns remain cordial and friendly
I Development Loan Funds to Israel have
Ikwrcast Iup from SIS million in fiscal 1960 to
ItlSmilllin in fiscal 1961 Increased also have been
IfSenumhir- of persons involved in two-way cul-
1'iral exchanges. And the recent U.S. Trade Miss-
lion to Israel is another sign of the United States
|interest in Israel's well-being.
But however much these outward signs point
|to the sr-. nee of a breakdown in amicable rela
Hons between Washington and Jerusalem, the in-
lection ol this new issue in an open bid for Arab
h>ndshi| has created a serious disturbing in-
fluence m the Middle East. If nothing else. U.S.
((occupation with such things as the strengthen-
M ol Egypt's economy have already become grist
or Cain vast propaganda mill.
Nassei the self proclaimed leader of the
pjh world has been able to point convincingly
Uus rii Ministration of American friendship as
wt ppr val of his policies. The fact that such
will go long way towards alleviating Nasser's
' irin-mortgaged economy appears to
ncern to the United States. But it
I of deep concern to Israel.
In short, what is happening is that the highly
Votive Middle East appears once again to be
e brink of another eruption That
- ates is allowing this to happen is most
to Israel which for years has been
id with the traditional I'. S. policy
DICTATOR NASSER
. who needs enemies?
of avoiding even the potentiality of such a devel-
opment Israel has feltand apparently the U.S.
has shared this feelingthat Us best interest lay
in keeping the Middle East as quiet and calm as
possible The new U.S. attitude markedly alters
this situation
Circumstances Different
Israel is not opposed to L'.S. aid for Egypt
or an) Arab state for that matter. On the con-
trary, it would welcome it under the proper cir-
cumstances. Israel, for example, would be de-
lighted to see the standard of living raised for her
Arab neighbors because prosperous nations are
less likely to cast envious and angry eyes across
international borders. But the circumstances un-
der which Egypt is to receive aid are somewhat
different, for Nasser has given no real indication
that he intends to cease his hostile attitude towards
Israel. Indeed, his continued purchase of heavy
armaments and aircraft, and his unceasing propa-
ganda, are signs that quite the opposite are true.
Aside from the immediate potential dangers
to Israel which stem from increased aid to Egypt,
the U.S. decision is seen as the final link in a
chain of developments during the past year which
are now definitely regarded as having forged new
US policy in the Middle East. It was the culmina-
tion of a policy which, in retrospect, began last
December when the UN General Assembly, with
US. help, defeated a resolution calling for direct
Arab-Israel peace talks, and which reached its
zenith in April with the US-introduced motion to
censure Israel for its role in the Lake Tiberias in-
cident.
It i, ironic that the U.S. has seemingly turned
its back on its one good and reliable friend in
the Middle East But perhaps the explanation
lies in the fact that Israel's friendship for the
United States has been too much taken for grant-
ed; that no matter what happens, Israel will re-
main friendly to the U.S. There may be some
truth in this. too. for where else can Israel turn?
But it reminds one of the old uag: "With friends
like this, who needs enemies'''
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Friday, September 28, 1932


To Our Many Friends, Patrons
and Acquaintances
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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FOLDING CHAIRS and FOLDING TABLES
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Camera Eye Focuses on an Historic Moment
Three great giants in world Zionism, with-
out whom the emergence of the State oi
Israel might still have been a dream. They
are photographed conferring in London,
England, some 35 years ago. Lett to right
are Dr. Chaim Weizmann, then president
of the Woild Zionist Organization, who
later became first President of Israel. Sir
Arthur Balfour, later Lord Balfour. author
oi the Ealfour Declaration, which placed
the Government of the British Empire
record as being in favor of the estc
meat of a Jewish national homeland in
Palestine; and Dr. Nahum Sokolow. who
also seived as president of the V.
Zionist Organization.
The Oldtimer and the Hebrew New Year
Continued from Page 11-E
about to ask "Where?" and then she noticed the
letter in Saul's hand.
Saul. I know how you feel about the old-
timerall of us feel the same way But why must
you give up everything you have worked for.
everything you have helped to build right here"
Aren't we doing our part in this settlement?"
"There are no easy answers to your questions.
Dvora. Do you remember when we came to this
place ten years agothere was nothing. We, im-
migrants, ordinary people, made it into something.
What if we hadn't come, if we had chosen to stay-
in a big city, there would be no settlement here,
there would still be nothing. Its the same now,
as the oldtimer says, with Negev. Without people,
it will remain a desert, a wastelandnothing."
"But why you, Saul?" Dvora hesitated
moment, then decided to go on. 'You're not js
young as you used to be."
"That's the point, sain answered. "It's rre-
ciseL) because I'm past fifty that I'm needed He
member the oldtimer'.' Remember what it meant
to have him with us during the trying first Iwo
years'.'"
Dvora remembered Across the ten years,
she remembered the first day. when between them
they had held the hands of their little daughter,
as they stood in the circle of immigrants around
the oldtimer. She remembered the child's ques
tion: "Will we be standpatters, daddy?"
"Alter a few months. I'll send for you." Saul
-aid "We'll be able to celebrate the first Rosii
Hashona in Arada New Year in a new tow
Israel "
Americans Invest in Jewish State Future
Continued from Page 6-E
economic planning, feeling that such a move is
a necessity in terms of molding the long-range
industrial growth of the State However, in those
industries where private investment capital is put
in. the businessmen can securely feel free of
government interference.
The areas for investment potential in Israel
are extremely broad. As guidelines. American
and Canadian businessmen can think in terms of
a generally growing industrial country, where al-
most all of the basic industries would welcome
investment capital, and where all of the supple-
mentary industries usually found in a growth
economy are present These latter indusl
welcome foreign capital investment.
More specifically, however, the best b
tuture investment capital appear to be in the
lowing industries: textiles, the cbemic.il pi
industries, metal-working and machine tools, h
construction, shipping and port development
estate development, agricultural equipment, manu-
facturing equipment, and mining equipment
The specifics on each of these Industries can
best be obtained in the United States and Cai
via the Government of Israel Investment Authority
for North America In the Miami area, th
vestment Authority office is located at -*-J Linc-
oln rd.. Miami Beach.
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V
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Friday
September 28, 1962
* k n 1st r/ Foge 15-E
HaS3S$ah's Faith in the Miracle of Esrae!
Continued from Page 4-E
sent oph
Ethiopia; hi p train nurses
i id to provnl- liwffaduate train>
( in student* from manj i mntri -
: Hadassah in the United Stati re
i hapter. Its groups i xist in everj
Its American Affairs | rogram
od i itizenship; its work with youth
. deep conviction thai only .i Jewish
mmunily can assure meaningful Jew-
;. its adull education program lakes
path, leading t<> thai same goal.
vear Hadassah celebrates its fif.ieth an-
... Five decades "t service, a member-
ii 318.000, organized In 1.320 chapters
. testify i" it* role in Jewish life. The
entury will !>< lived in a world totally
!; '.i ii- in main way. whose new look
. as easily as ii can stimulate.
Creating *n Image
century Hadassah's articles of faith
strong cement to mold its member-
i ci hesive force Women from everj
have given validity to its slogan,
;-h woman has a place in Hadassah."
il the Jewish people is an eternal
thai li i- one people, that to assure its
unit) is ihe task of every success-
ration.
. that Israel reborn and the people
I |S| | mi ii-. own soil can create its own
- p its own ih..ruder, strive for its
:. in a way that is impossible for
......it) in the Diaspora, and that to aid
el in thi- task is the responsibility <>f all of
:v ; eve that .Jewish communities every-
Jewish community of Israel must
Mrs. D. Leonard Cohen (left), Hadassah's
national membership chairman, is shown
presenting special awards (in orderi to Mrs.
Marietta P. Tree. U.S. representative to the
UN Commission on Human Riqhts; Mrs.
Helen Rogers Reid, former president of Ihe
New York Herald Tribune; and Mrs. Milli-
cent Mclntosh. president of Barnard Col-
lege. The women also received special
citations, makinq them honorary members
of Hadassah in recognition of the outstand-
ing contribution each has made in her re-
spective field of endeavor. The occasion
was a special meeting in New York during
the outgoing Hebrew Year 5722 to spur a
nationwide campaign to secure 50,000 new
members for Hadassah for the celebration
last spring of the 50th anniversary of the
organization's founding.
be partners in the great task of survival.
This i- oar credo; il helped us chart our course
for onehalf century: it leads us along the broad
highway that is entr) to the next fifty years.
Bocrd of editors of the Weizmann Archives statesman; Mrs. Chaim Wiezmann; Meyer
.__. ... .i. !"__:.. ^,..-;l r-ti "u <->i eauors oi me weizmann mcruves siuimhiuh, -~--.....-
met in Hehovoth. Israel, during the outgoing W. Weisgal; Boris Guriel, curator of the
Hebrew Year 5722 to decide on Weizmann Weizmann Archives; stenographer. Fore-
cocuments to be published on the occasion ground (left to right) are Leonard btein. autti-
01 the tenth anniversary of his death. Back or of the Balfour Declaration, and Sir Isaiah
K>w left to right) are Berl Locker, Israeli Berlin. _____
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ful decpraticm und drauinf >c.r-_. cu '
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Schoc^en Library Jerusalem {'. ..: American
Paper Miili Hadtra )
An historic view cf the High Holy Days
obviously de-nands an understanding of Jewish
history, tradtion, and customs. The most im-
portant occurrence during the outgoing Hebrew
Year 5722 in terms of this view was the World
Conference on Jewish Education wh.ch met in
Jerusalem lest Aug 12. "It was an historic
event, says Dr Judah Pilch, 'mainly because
it was a demonstration cf the recognition by
Jewish world leaders of the crucial importance
of Jca sh edjca- or for con'inui'y of Jewish
life everywhere' Dr. Pilch, d rector of the
Natlcna Research Institute cf ?ne American
Assoc oticr for Jewish Education knows wherect
he speaks. And, on the occasion of Rosh Ha-
shcne end Ycm Kippur, sc shcj'd all Jews be-
gin increasingly to acquire "the real sense cf
self-preservation which is possible only through
a sound and meaningful Jewish education."
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[Rousseau's Uncommon Image of the Jew
By ERWIN FETTERS
[..,. i Huguenot descent, .lean Jacques
|.,r, ,. famous French author, was born
vitzerland, in 1712 and died in Emeno-
[ iv n lTTs. in his autobiography, "Con-
_ elves an eloquent account of man's
1-mglei social injustice. He tells his own
L v, great* emotional poweTT*tvith a deep
I-lin*. '' beauty and for nature, which height-
l. hi- -:"'* Tht're are sme -sentences in his
l-yicial l ir.tract" which made him famous over-
jdlt: '- born free but everywhere he is in
taiips" -' "The service of truth is the service
[Cod." : l! "'n,'rs Showing Rousseau's great lib-
eralism ;:i "trance.
At tht tender age of 16. he became a vaga-
bond, n :!- through Switzerland and France.
Lamms his way through as secretary, tutor and
-gjjj teacher In 1741, he arrived in Paris and
vj. nnf i --'>1 by the fact that society was arti-
I nfair in Its organization. The then un-
|tni>n erer had the courage to upset the
te society After years of thought
I ,vrote his "Soviet Contract." discuss*
I of government, teaching that no
]_, ari i ding unless agreed upon by the people.
|Hi. !<'. nary, democratic principles deeply af-
fected tit French masses and became one of the
jchit'l force- thai brought about the bloody French
ffcevolutici 1789.
Fighter for Jewish Rights
But Ri --can also helped to bring about an-
|o;her revi lution in the field of education. In 'Emile
ou de redncalion." he assailed the way children
Ikitc schi ( !> i! pleading for greater freedom for
[thi'm to enjoy more exercise, sunlight and play-
Ijni H( listed that education should begin at
Ihome and that parents should set a good example
|instead >: ; reaching.
Rousseau was persecuted for his liberal relig-
Iions views and fled France in 1761 Although not
. lermed about the Jews, unlike Voltaire,
I he did m hrite against them, but had the cour-
|j_i to -' '' upenly that the situation of the Jews
anomalous and that the Christian theorists
lucre wrong in believing that their arguments
|against Ihi were of any value.
In one ill his most famous writings. "Pro-
[fession* di t"i (hi Vicaire Savoyard," Rousseau
I writes you know of many Christians who
r trouble to analyze what the Jews
Ihaw against them.' If someone among
Its Christians would have the courage to publish
\i book i! lavor Of the Jews, he would be put to
publisher and the librarian. Under
[uch cond tions, it is easy always to be right. It
Christians a real pleasure to fight
le who do not dare answer."
t us who have an opportunity of con-
fersmg Jews are hardly in a better position.
IThesi :.:iate people feel themselves com-
plete!) ..' hi- mercythe tyranny exercised against
tlu-m i! them apprehensive. They know how
quick; -uai! charity resorts to injustice and
Icruelty against them What can they risk to say
without exposing themselves to the danger Of our
frying out loud blasphemy' Cupidity makes us
the) are too rich not to be wrong. Their
1 avaata and most enlightened men are
ahvay. th< most circumspect You will triumph
,ver ;"' enorance or cowardice, while the Jew-
ish scholars
tilde "
if AN iACQUti KQUSStAU
... no easy match
silently smile at your inepti-
Foresaw Historic Mission
"But do you really think that in places where
they feel secure they would be so easy a match
for their adversaries'.' At the Sorbonne, it is
clear that the Messianic prophesies pertain to
Jesus. Among the rabbis of Amsterdam it is no
less clear that no connection whatsoever exists be-
tween him and these prophesies."
"I am afraid that I shall never understand
the arguments about the Jews as long as they
do not have a free status, schools and univer-
sities of their own where they will be in a position
to speak and discuss matters without any risk.
Duly then will we understand what they have to
say,"
Rousseau clearly loresdw the historic mission
of the Jews and probably knew of the heated con-
troversy of Dutch Jewry with Voltaire; he was
also aware Of the movement in England plead-
ing for the restoration of the Jews, which openly
advocated their return to their historic homeland.
He also must have been well informed about
the Marranos in Holland and of their eager ex-
pectations of the Messiah, who would restore Is-
rael to its ancient homeland.
Rousseau had a staunch admiration for Moses
as a wise legislator and skilled statesman. He
insisted that Moses had succeeded in transform-
ing a wandering horde of Jewish tribes into a
political body, a free people. While the tribes
were wandering in the wilderness, without a roof
over their heads, he had bestowed upon them in-
stitutions which five millennia had not succeeded
in destroying.
Liter Rousseau had fled an inhospitable France.
he went te England and for some time lived with
the historian, David Hume He later returned to
Franci broken in health and spirit, a prey to un-
happy delusions. He died in Bmenoville in 1778
His Eloquence
Rousseau was an eloquent prophet of modern
democrac) and many of his precepts helped uuide
the founders of American democracy
During the reign of terror < 1792-1794). the
French Revolutionists changed the name of St.
Fsprit quarter of Bayonne. in which the Jewish
ghetto w i, located, to Jean Jacques Rousseau.
Rousseau's eloquent insistance on the natural
rights of man stirred in the oppressed Jewish
people the fervent wish to break the bonds of the
ghetto and to participate in Europe's contempor-
ary culture The time of emancipation was dawn-
ing.
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SLEEK EL AL GIANT OF THE SKI2S AT LOD AIRPORT IN ISRAEL
Humble Beginnings of a Proud Airline
8y CAPT. LEO GARDNER
Varager El Al Israel Airlines
S;~-heastern District U.S A
FOURTEEN year? ago. at pi riod "'
.... ;; .; ;, !],' ne
infant Sta: f Israel is lighting, hare
:;-:, I. foi 1 he I *hi h deter'
m!r,. [ th -- erved Isra as air pow-
er xhe .-- ivith raiicar-
mountt I columns .if
: ::-: many miles
bumper-l Sinai < esert through
the Gaza I \- just a few miles south
of Tel A;.. With little more effort, the vitals of
Israel would be exposed to artillerj bombardment
by tho Egyptians >:i the southwest. Their aircraft
had been afflicting the cities of Israel at will, and
unopposed. with aerial bombardment a: I machine
^un strafing
Kibbutzim were isolated and virtually encircled
in this area exposed nakedly to the thrusts and
harassment of Farouk"s regulars, while the Syrian
Army in the Galiel. bolstered by Nazi-led mercen-
aries, were slicing away at the Jewish enclaves in
their midst, drawing the life's blood like the scim-
iter torture practised by the Arabs wherein the
victim is tied to the ground, flat on his back, arms
outstretched and pinned down, while a large heavy
scimiter. suspended from above, sweeps like a
pendulum in ever-lowering arcs, cutting deeper an 1
deeper into the upturned belly: a slow, torturous,
sadistic death.
Such was the scene in 1948 when the first air-
craft were brought into action by the defenders >f
Israel,
Air Carriers Warned
The a.rimes of the world had abandoned I-
rael. ceased operations into and out of the three!
airport- Haifa, Tel Aviv, and Lydda close to the
Judean hills leading to Jerusalem, itself cut off.
without arms, munition, and water Sea trafl
likewise had -topped Insurance companies noti-
fied all earners sea and air. that the area now
was term a "war n>k zone Premiums skyrock-
eted, it the covei i even available Sh >-
per.- .in i carriers tanned all communication
Western ling the I i ; states anl
England and bea Is ol -tat
promulgate! ms, bannii .....tai
anj subs! .
1 h-: he !' s Air Force a- i pi
during W irld War li. and tog with -
other Jewish men of my categon T^jnized ja
air operation that covered a \ a si
from the Pacific Coast of the I S., thr
Central American. Eastern Seat*
This became the airlift thai brought the en
needed supplies from Central I
The organization was in the ban
i I the following of many Tin
- anil the aircraft ill-equipped for thi /
.; ii i extended rerouting causi
of all normal airports and refueling
The job was accomplished however ai
beleaguered Israel forces in Jei salera got the
strategic materials so desperatel) needed. Tka
kibbutzim were air dropped equipment for sur-
vival and beating off the enem) Fighter-type
aircraft were purchased, assembled and
taken apart and stowed in the fuselages of the
transport aircraft, flown to Israel and there re-
assembled and put into action to clear the skies
overhead of Egyptian and Syrian aircraft. The
action was carried back to the enemy which sough:
the annihilation of the Jew. He felt the mortal
sting of the fighters bullets, his planes were shot
out from under him in the air. and demolishei
where thev were lined up in readiness on his aero
dromes for the next assault on the Jews they were
going to "push into the sea "
The transports carried new nun and their bt-
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. second to none
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equipment over the ring of steel which Egypt
had anchored into the ground below Tel Aviv, that
rtretcbed from Hebron in the hills of Judea west-
rd to the Mediterranean at Ashdoda ring of
I made up of cannon and tanks and anti-air-
* ft cannon that spewed a hail of hot explosive
hells up at the transport aircraft which flew
Ihough thi< and over their lines. These were
transport aircraft not equipped or designed for
combatno armor plate'for'the *'?rew and no self-
etlinfl bullet proof fuel tanks as had the bomb-
frs |t was simply a matter of going in doggedly.
hoping that under cover of darkness, and black-
out the exhaust flames and sound of the engines
vmuld perhaps be a difficult target for the Arab
gunners.
Primitive Airlift
,m insported full emergency field hospital
\ surgeons and nurses, young Israeli vol-
,, mpletc with operating equipment and
-,,:. ,i| collapsible water tanks, fuel an.I oil
j0T ln( pops "f the Palmach, which we also ear-
: complete with crew, all manner of pro-
defensive hardware from barbed wire.
. anti-tank mines, food. ater. to tires
lot the ground vehicles. Our landing strips were
lozed dirt strips cut out of the rolling
Negev, barely wide enough lor the
i landing gear, and just enough for
:- to clear obstructions. There wasn't
m i.ir full-length stnps. just enough to
stop with brakes smoking from the
:
Ihi idst of this travail and funou~ activ
ity, or. with the aircraft at hand, starting with
s couple of battered cargo-type DC"-4 aircraft. F.I
Al Israel Airlines was created, and its first flights
successfully completed. With no interior furnish-
ings, we improvised seme seats and even a bit
ul "plush for Dr. Chaim Weizmann. our first
distinguished VIP, whom we brought in from Switz-
erland to lake over the helm of State for the new
land ol Israel. The plush consisted of a sofa and
overstuffed armchairs, securely anchored to the
urge tie-down fittings in the floor of the plane.
arri lor the amenities, we carried in an old fa-V
wntd ice box. fastened it down, stocked it with
plenty oi irethe good old fashioned variety for
which everyone used to que up in the citiesand
jarnbhed this with the most palatable elements
for culinar> delight available. We commandeered
Ux maitre d' of the Park hotel in Tel Aviv, who
was then serving in the armed forces, and sent
to prove his talents in the kitchen.
1: a.is an operation cloaked in secreo as the
enemy was still very active in the air The air
' lit parted at night, and returned with our
to meet off the coast, at the very first
. n.
A Sovereign Nation
never forget the sight of Dr. Wei;
and erect in those days, large ol fi
-uit and black hat. stepping down fi n
the awkward, improvised steps of sl.ee!
ing to take the salute of an horn r |
th> /.,, Hagana [/Israel. This was a sight to
rts of the most spartana silent com-
1 ihanksgiving and rededication as throats
nd eyes grew moist: the President ol
State of Israel accepting the first official
l welcome on the sacred and ancient soil
' free and sovereign Jewish nation after 2,000
ol dispersion. This also marked the firt
( El Al Israel Airlines in its major role.
which continues even today in the ingathering
'he return to Israel.

that moment, many millions of miles
Poge 5-F
El Al Israel Airlines opened one of its larg-
est American branch offices some two years
ago at 16C2 Washington ave., Miami Beach.
Copt. Leo Gcrdner (right), wartime air hero
end former operations officer for El Al. is
shown with Rabbi Irving Lehrmcn. spiritual
'eader of Temple Emanu-El, and Ha Harel,
1958 international awcrd-winning air stew-
ardess for El Al, ct the dediccticn ceremony.
have been logged by El Al and fine crews in build-
in;; the lines which now extend from the United
Slates, across the Atlantic ocean, throughout Eu-
rope, the Mediterranean area, as far east as Teh-
eran and south through Nairobi. Kenya, lo Johanes-
burg in South Africa. The Star of David, the
"Magen David." is a familiar sight at the major
international airports and gateways ol these areas
on our giant Boeing Intercontinental 707 420 jet
aircraft, which are second to none as to size, cap-
acity, speed, and comfort, and on our Boeing 720
Is. with their latest fan jet engines. These air-
craft have considerably shortened previous schedul-
ed times while providing the luxurious comfort and
appointments only possible in these large, spacious
interiors as compared with the more restricted
dimension? ol the smaller jet aircraft in use by
other European airlines.
Operating statistics as published by the Inter-
national Air Transport Assn.. for all transatlantic
air carriers, leav< no doubt as to the high attain-
mtnt ol El Al in passenger load lactor percent-
ages The fact thai we nave had three consecu-
livi years < I 1I eration with a prolit. modest
though it may be. hut standing out in contrast to
the published operating losses ol most of the
Trarsatlantic carriers, -peaks we'.i oi the compet-
,:-,,, ol El am emenl and polio H speaks
meet [things affecting :nc sum total:
. Btu v seltctioi th< typ< ol aircraft; superior
.., ... rafl pr ficiency, without which
, -: mu)t:-mil hi| : -'nce sk>'
not p s-ibly maintain i i r< fitable op-
eratj, frequency: schedule d d< arture and ar-
n | gr convenience to the traveling
publie set ic which is more than comparable!
tl jhat offered bj other carriers: ::rd the interest
of an us i: th< traveling public
In the realm i I pas enger reii tii ns Irom the
moment ol ion-act with El Al, and his boarding
oi the aircralt. the passenger has the feeling of
being cared for with true Israel; hospitality and
warmth Ih lsraelboun.1 traveler actually is in
Israel from departure at Idlewild airport instead
of only from arrival at Lod airport For the Trans-
Continued on Page '4"F
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28,
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HULL NO. Z-21, THE SS SHALOM, GLAMOROUS LADY OF THE SEAS
Zim's Achievements on the High Seas
By WILLIAM B. SAPHIRE
HULL No Z-21, now taking shape in France's
largesi shipyard, bears a direct relationship
io the phcnonien.il growth ol Israel's maritime
strength during the past decade When launched
about nine months hence. No Z-2] "ill have the
name. "Shalom," meaning peace. The magnum
of champagne smashed across her sharply-raked
streamlined how will be an Israeli vintage
The Shalom, a 23.000 gross ton, 629-ft luxury
liner, represents an investment of about S20 million
in the future of travel by sea in which her own-
ers, the Zim Israel Navigation Co Ltd of Haifa,
have boundless confidence. Zim also takes a
sanguine view of shipping prospects generally, de-
spite the slump that has plagued the industry since
1957. In addition to the Shalom. Zim has build
ing or on order 22 new cargo ships ranging in
size from a pair of 33.(UK) deadweight ton dry bulk
carriers now under construction in Italy to two
3.000 deadweight ton cargo ships which will he
built at Haifa. Israel's first venture into the com-
plex shipbuilding industry Zim now owns 4t> ships.
By 1965. the fleet will consist of 67 OCean-gOUlg
vesselsseven passenger liners of 73.000 cross tons
and 60 freighters and tankers of more than a half
million deadweight tons
Handsome Silhouette
The Shalom, ol course, will capture the lime-
light. She will he a true glamor >US lady ol the
Si .1-, very much in fashion, with 100 per,, air in-
ditioning. anti-rolling stabilizers, three swimming
pools. ;* movie theater, gymnasium, steam b;
tennis courts, closed -near, TV radios and tele-
phones m every cabin, and a batten ol elevators
to whisk pass* etween her ten decks she
wall also have a particularly handsome silhouette
the futuristic lookwhich eliminates the tradi-
tional stacks, thus providing passengers with ex-
tra deck areas to relax l r play.
The Shalom will have the added advantage of
being well-horn. When she joins the Zim fleet
some time in the fall of 1963. she will be enter-
ing a maritime family that ha- won an enviable
reputation as passenger carrier on the North At-
lantic, the Mediterranean and on Caribbean cruises.
Zim's cruise liner, the SS Jeru-alem is al-
ready well known ,n local waters. She is expected
to cruise out of Miami again this winter
Zim's trans-Atlantic passenuer liners, the ss
Israel and SS Zion. maintain >ear-round -erv.ee be-
tween New York and Haifa, with call. Madeira
and Greece eas.bound. and at Cyprus Napes and
Marseilles westbound. These twin white sisters
have been averaging over ft ; u,,lyi
cupancy the year round, which rai
the top money-makers an! n m^
ants in the competitive North Atlantic Derbv
Zim also serves the Mcr | ;rca H
the Jerusalem during sprii ),,
tership, the SS Theodor Hi r. most,
(en; addition to the fleet, thi conomjt.
liner MS Moledet The Jerus | Moledttl
ply between Haifa, Nape- Gi ''.irsnltej
while the Theodor Herzl sails between iaifa aad|
Venice, with calls at Cyrus and Grei
Freight as Trde
Last winter, the compare inaugurated Ott a
the most unique passenger services in he wenq
between Flat. Israel's Red Sea port, anj Dartsl
Salaam. Tanganyika. Th route followed is tki
traveled by the Queen of Sheba on nor histcnel
visit to King Solomon. Thi voyage iKVjpies il
Continued on Page ll-F

Capt. Tuve T. Smolensk (left\ master of the
Zim Liner Jerusalem, receives a letter ol
commendation from Capt. James D. Crcr* I
U.S. Coast Guard, for the rescue of a a* I
ically injured seaman from a S panisn I
freighter in mid-Atlantic during outgoing
Hebrew Year 5722. Capt. Smolensk, bom
in Tartu. Estonia, went to sea as a young
man and settled in Palestine in 1910. r
has been employed by the Zim Lines since |
1948, and has served as a ship master since
1951. Capt. Smolensk commands the Je-
rusalem on a series oi winter crudes
the Caribbean.
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foy, September 28,
1962
+Jenist norad/iar
Page 7-F
iomebody Up There Seems to Like Us
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
m recall a nonsensical phrase that Red Blit-
he was Television Comedian
' yc!ll He would hop on one foot, lay his
side his nose, wrinkle hi> forehead, and
.,.,. things are happening."
think he must have been one <>i
phets, for any Je\v_ watchin- U'V-
g to radio, attending theater road-
reading book-; these days may find him-
kf hoppii '' '""' ,ayin* llls llM-l'r alng
. .. nkling his brow, and wheezing, in
l ient. "Stra-a-a-ange things are hap-
ri no) talking about orbiting space,
or girls being called to the
ping
kite fish m l-11'-
., .,. are very nice indeed. I'm in
!
and I suppose you could call
I ress,
Lsuddei interest in Jews by the lively arts a
frmol pn ress
piftj ' of indoctrination have left un-
itedly." thai "ben I hear Jews casually pro-
tiining their Jewishness on radio and TV over
diooal networks, 1 have the feeling that some-
^ is listening It's even stranger to find char-
(,r. || Broadway plays who are not only Jews,
delighlfuU) good .lews, or at the very least,
[oils on whom climax and denouement
lepemi A- to the new books, it will be a foggy
|ai in H Lauderdale when I find one without a
leu, usuallj a very mixed up Jew, somewhere in
lie plot Even in Russia, that land of the nee-
Lanly "shah-shah" Jew, a Russian poet mourns
lie dead Jews of Ukraine and is not only allowed
live, but is sent abroad to lecture and recite
y,: piKIll-
Part of the Recipe
Tht torld ol entertainment and among the literati is
he astonishing discovery that Jews are for real.
He have apparently arrived in American culture;
;can. in other words, take us or leave us. Con-
|H as 1 am to the inevitable slight. 1 find
Bysell cautiously circling the peenphery of this
(lelightlul situation. I can't help it; I'm just not
|sed to being accepted on my own merit.
You m. I can remember a time when a novel
as written without one Jewish character. Not
May Sooner or later, in Chaper IV. on page
112. paragraph 2. a Jew appears. He is rarely a
loveable citizen in the new books, but on the other
land, wither does he bear remote resemblance
the ancient stereotypes, physically or emotion-
My. In th,. new novels. Jews do not wear beards
fcr "shtreimels;" they are not greedy, conniving
Bhylocks. nor are they benign creatures, honored
pnd aged, bending over a Talmud and spouting
gentle apt., risms to all and sundry
In the new literature, the Jew is added as part
' the modern recipe for a best seller. As I re-
nember ii from an otherwise forgotten instructor,
be original recipe called for religion, royalty.
x am! mystery in fluctuating proportions. To
Bus tried and tested formula, today's writer has
added a Jew He is almost always a confused
[Jew, miserably unhappy because he is a Jew.
[often und< r analysis to relate to himself as Jew.
[and. of course, intermarried. Often he has little
[Connection with the rest of the story', but that
[l> not too important. Like the proverbial sore
Ithuml). *. all know he is there in Chapter IV,
I middle ol page 112. paragraph 2.
Television, of course, is full of Jews. The chil-
dren of Israel write, direct, design, and act in
III! kinds ol parts and programs. Our local uni-
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Nothing symbolizes more effectively the dramatic
growth'of 'the Slate of Israel since its establishment
14 years 0=0 than the improvement in the housing
conditicr.s for immigrants. Using the funds raised by
the United Jewish Appeal, the Jewish Agency for Is-
rael, together with the Israel Government, is contin-
uing to construct housing units fcr more than tne one
million newcomers who have entered since 1948.
Gene are tne tent cities and most of the other types
of substandard housing that were used in the early
years. The UJA in 1962 is seeking S95.C0O.O00, which
includes a 535 300,000 Special Fund to finance the increased immigration of Jews to Is-
reel and other lands as well as a S60.00O.030 Regular Fund to meet the continuing needs
cf Jews abroad. Housing, which is still in "short supply." will absorb a large percer.:
age of tne Special Fund.
Humanitarianism of United Jewish Appeal
By JOSEPH MEYERHOFF
General Chairman, United Jewish Appeal
evaluating the past, studying the present and
planning for the future has become traditional
on Rosh Hashona. Now. as Jews everywhere cele-
brate the year 5723, it is particularly appropriate
to scrutinize the world-wide activities of United
Jewish Appeal, which this year will be observing
its 25th campaign anniversary
The stud] if history or taking j "backward
look" can be educational as well a> inspirational.
This is especially important because, since the
UJA's inception a quarter of a century aao. a new
generation >f .lews has grown to maturity in the
I'nited States Like their elders, they recognize
the UJA's primacy as the major agency raising
funds for the rescue and resettlement of Jewish
refugees and immigrants in Israel and other tree
lands, and for providing assistance to needy Jew
in more than a score of countries overseas.
The impact of the UJA in the local commun-
ity is also acknowledged by all as a most signifi-
cant one. By capturing the imagination and the
loyalty of Jewish men and women throughout the
land and through its Young Leadership Train-
ing Program the UJA has been instrumental in
bringing many vigorous and influential men and
women int.) the leadership structure of their com-
munities
Days of Crisis
For both generations, .1 reexamination, this
Rosh Hashona, of the history of the UJA, the
-whys and wherefores" of its creation, can serve
a most useful purpose thai of strengthening our
resolve to leieciate ourselves to the task of saving
and rebuilding Jewish life throughout the world
The world was on the brink of disaster in
late 1938 For European Jewry the situation had
become hopeless. History had recorded the rise
to power of many a tyrant, but never before did
he have the backing of an industrially powerful
nation. Hitler's blueprint of conquest, plunder and
murder had been well publicized for years in his
own writings and blood-chilling pron
One of his publicly avowed aim- was
Germany, and later Europe, of its Jews Dr
antiJewih measures were already in effect :i
Germany, Austria and part of Czechoslovaks
Thousands of Jews were in flight, thousands more
were attempting to flee but could find no country
willing to accept them The position of the '
was desperate.
The American Jewish communit) had recog
mzed the Hitlerite danger for many years Several
organizations were engaged m separate fund
raising campaigns to finance help for the mo
ing tide of the hunted and the fleeing
By late 1938. American Jewish leaders
ized that a single united effort by ad ol the age*
cies would have a greater impact on the commun-
ity and would yield more effective results.
Agoniiing Silence
Accordingly, the United Palestine Appeal, the
Joint Distribution Committee and the National Co-
ordinating Committee for Refugee- decided to po>!
their fund-taising efforts in an attempt to gear the
American Jewish community to the large-scale
respense required to meet the tinprccedent>'i
needs. Edward M II. Warburg. William Rosen
wald, Dr. Jonah B. Wise and Dr Abb.. Hillel Silver
were privileged to force the new unified fund-
raising instrument.
Its immediate effect was felt in its first cam-
paign in 1939. With Dr. Wise and Di Silver sen
ing as co-chairmen, the UJA raised more
$15,000,020 fcr world wide need.-, a sum mon
double the amount raised by the three separaK
campaigns the preceding yen
Since that period, the UJA ha
United Israel Appeal, the National I'oordini
Committee evolved into the National
vice, then the United Service for Sew >
and currently, the New York Assn I New Am*r-
nans and I'nited Hias Service Todaj the
is the sole fund-raising body for I IA NYANA.
well as for JDC. In addition, the UJA allocate:
NHTOMS 70 OUfl MANY fMHDS
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+ knisl fkrMicir
Page 9-F
nitcd Hns to assist in the resettlement
countries other than Israel.
the outbreak of World War II n Sept.
id with the subsequent Nazi victories.
ame i death camp for the trapped Jew-
, n After lengthy periods of agonizing
. re began to emerge reports of the m>-
struction of Jews at "concentration
at we'i barely identifiable on must
chwitz, Ber^en-Belsen. Maidanek. Tr.-b-
many, many others. So grisly uvr<'
- i the world first refused to
en if these myhtmansh report> had
believed anl if by some miracle the
I have been moved out. where
'..IV
inl Distribution Committee, founded in
ed al the life-saving techniques it de-
fee ~ behind enemy l.nes in
I. New methods also were invented,
led Jewish Appeal funds, with the ap-
! >t:>t<-- War Refugee Board,
along m ney, food and ether help
I channels and neutral agen-
itless numbers in ghettos and in hidi ig
_ht of its wartime effort. JDC aid k'-pt
.-:.i. IS mis.
- ificiary of the United Pales-
-uci _!) in bringing in thousand- ,!'
!,>-p:'e '"White Paper'" restric
-,d bj the Mandatory Power. A self-
i nit -. a I women, associated with the
' ,.i \ {ency, developed escape
I >39 to 1944, with L'.IA aid, lrtt2.:>) >
i snatched from the Nazi death ma-
0 were brought to Palestine,
i l S and other lands.
Cay of Rejoicing
1 S the National Refugee Sen ice,
which cceded the National Coordinating Com-
1939, -i the greater part of its ef
: rts legrating ;rit > American life those refu-
_-.- .ii he i America.
\ ay, May 8. 1945. was a day of rejoicing
But fi Jewish people everywhere it soon gave
way u paralleled shock. From the once warm
hearti culturally-rich Jewish communities of
I.000.QOI iime 6.000,000 were dead. Only 1.500.-
funds ti
of Jew.-
v,
Earopi
sitenct
lemai
: ak*
.,-,
elievi
:.
: -
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World
l-iii-
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ties I
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less I
JDC ."
routes
lews
i
1 M
Passe .er Seder at a Malben home for the
. Israel, with youngsters making this
anc.t patriarch feel his role to the hilt,
is on? of the Israel projects of the
loii Distribution Committee, whose pro-
are financed by the United Jewish
As an expression of appreciation for the
compassionate response of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and its member
agencies "in providing a home or a tem-
porary haven and a sense cf belonging for
thousands of Jewish refugees from Cuba."
United Hias Service presented its Award
of Honor to the Federation at Federation's
24th annual meeting during the outgoing
Hebrew Year 5722. Accepting the award
from James P. Rice (right), executive direc-
tor of H'as, is A. J. Harris, immediate past
president.
000 survived in Europe, in addition to those in the
Soviet Union. About 60.000 living skeletons some-
how remained alive in the concentration camps,
which had been the charnal houses for millions.
American Jewry responded at a memorable
L'JA national conference in Atlantic City in Dc-
cember, 1945. at which the unprecedented sum of
$100,000,000 was set as a goal and raised. The
following year, with the rush of Jews into the
American Zone of Germany as a result of the
Kielce pogrom in Poland, the UJA brought in the
unheard of sum of S177.OO0.O00.
Providing the Jewish displaced persons with
the necessities of life, vital welfare services and
immigration assistance were the JDC and the
Jewish Agency, utilizing L'JA funds.
But as late as 1948 the great bulk of the 250.-
000 Jewish DP'J continued to languish in depress-
ing German camps despite the efforts of the JDC.
Hias and other Jewish organizations around the
globe l" break through the immigration quotas
and other special provisions laid down by the
world's nations.
Mass Immigration
The establishment of the State of Israel on
M..v 14. Iii48 radically altered this demoralizing
situation. Despite the war of survival that the
reborn nation was forced to wage, ft welcomed
some 101.600 immigrants during its first seven
months of statehood.
Inspired by the people Of Israel, the American
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B'nai B'rith delegation met with President a silver wall plaque. "If nothing else, the
Kennedy at the White House during the out- Jewish community as represented by its
qoing Hebrew Year 5722. International presi- organizational leadership and the Admin-
dent, Label Katz, presents Mr. Kennedy with istration now know the views of the other."
Visiting Delegations at the White House
By RICHARD JOSEPH
Washington
THERE'S an old standing while House rule that
Presidential visitors never discuss what they
talked about with the chief executiveexcept by
prior agreement, of course.
But one prominent Jewish women's organiza-
tion leader, who was part of a delegation that call-
ed on the President during the past year, ha* pro
vided a fascinating insight into his personality
without actually revealing what took place.
"Indeed, he did not." was her emphatic an-
Swer to the cynical question about whether the
President had nodded his head in assent to all
arguments presented by the delegation "It was
a real give-and-take session When we left, we
had the distinct feeling that the President fully
understood the problems we were discussing and
our concern over them." she said, adding, "and
We had the opinion that he had some detinue ideas
about them too."
Just what the President's views were, was
not a proper matter for discussion by her. under
the rules. His actions an.l deeds make these clear
enough But the incident, as much as any illus-
tration, provides an incisive glimpse into Mr. Ken-
nedy's moods and attitude- tor the -ake if momen-
tary expediency.
Position Clarified
The accuracy of the lady's impression of Mr
Kennedy has been reconfirmed several tune- over
by others who have met with him on a variety
of issues. In this particular case, the subject-
involved several aspects of Israel-Arab relation-
Arab discrimnation against American Jews and
related matters of interest to the American Jew-
ish community. But whatever the issue, one thing
is clearPresidential caller- maj not often get
what they have come for. but at lea-t they know
where they stand.
For Jewish leaders who have been beating a
path to the White House doors for yearsparticul-
arly in recent yearsthis is a refreshing and wel-
come development, even if it has meant commit-
ments less firm than they might have hoped for.
Official Jewish delegations to the White House
during the past 12 months have involved a broad
cross-section of the American Jewish community
all of whom appeared to share the same con
cerns over IS attitudes and action- with respect
to the Middle East, the disturbing matter u(
Arab travel and trade boycotts against American
Jews, and a variety of civil right- issues which
the Jewish community traditionally takes
heart.
But although the President must have beta
impressed by the unanimity of their xiews, he
obviously was not so moved as to call a halt, for
example, to what has apparently become a policy
of drifting towards more friendship for Arab states
at the risk of Israel's peace of mind
The -ame has held true for the almost inex-
plicable willingness on the part of the United SI
to continue its toleration of Arab ban- against trav-
el and discriminatory practices involving Jewish-
owned business firm- Himself deeply and per-
sonally disturbed, the President has, however,
taken the position that any effort to force a rever-
sal of Arab policy would only result in anger and
possible loss of Arab American friendshipregard
ed as very vital to U.S. interests m the current
global power struggle with Russia Always j
realist, he concedes reluctantly, that this is part
of the price we must pay to win the cold war.
Quite obviously, the Jewish delegation.- have ex-
pressed concern over such a course.
On this particular l-sue. the best they have
been able to extract has been a pledge for con
turned moral persuasion of Arab ruler- for a
change of policya most uncertain course, to
say the least
To the White House this past year for
cussion of these problems have come delegations
from B'nai B'rith. the American Jewish Commit
tee and the Union of American Hebrew CongK
ation- Mr Kennedy also received a delegation
trom the National Conference of Christians and
Jew -
Exchange of Views
The height of the UN Security Council debate
on the Israel-Syrian boder clash brought a hurried
visit from veteran Democratic Congressman Email-
uel Celler with an urgent last-ditch andas it prov-
edfutile effort to convince the U.S. to withdraw
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Humanitarianism of United Jewish Appeal
Continued from Page 9-F
I m-js|i community in 194fl contributed the all-time
WA high S148.000.(MK).
Rescue became the keynote once acain in
ars rollowing larael's victorious War of Lil>
ration. Arab rancor made it imperative to move
jrge numbers of the Jews residing in various
Moslem countriea. UJA funds were used to air-
ictically the entire Jewish Yemenite pop
: jO.000 to Israel in 1948-49 in the now
limous "Operation Magic Carpet." The following
wo years witnessed 'Operation Ezra and Neh<
Alien 110.000 Iraqi Jews were flown to
Israel
And thus it continued through the years
Wherever and whenever a Jewish communitj was
led, its members knew that a haven existed
ry case, the people of Israel rose up like
,,ii to welcome those in flight. By it.- 25th
i-rsary, the UJA had raised $1,000,300,000
which enabled its agencies to resettle more than
j_5.....100 persons in scores of lands, including
00 in Palestine and Israel.
While the rescue operations were under way.
it became apparent that bringing the immigrants
to Israel was only "half the job.'' What was the
t transporting people to a land without
homes jobs, farms, schools, hospitals and other
necessar) health and social services.' And so
UJA financing was used by the Jewish Agency to
establish housing projects, farms, reclaim vast
land areas for cultivation, irrigation projects, de-
velop educational opportunities, while the .IDC set
up ;ts Malben program to care for the aged.
chronicallj ill and handicapped; ORT, using IMA
!und> through the JDC, opened a network of voca-
tional schools.
In other parts of the world as well. UJA-
beneficiary agencies continued to conduct relief
;nd rehabilitation operations. Through the .11)1'
aid. job training and rehabilitation, hundreds of
thousands of Jews living in Europe and in the
Moslem countries were helped to repair shattered
- to survive as communities and as individ-
in the face of postwar economic hardship and
litii..; upheavals.
VI In same time, some 100.000 immigrants
is have been assisted bj the United >
New Americans, and later by the New
Vssn. for New Americans, and finallj the
llias Service.
!-i .ill UJA funds have brought direct
: OOpersons
Learning from the Past
' i- to be learned from all tin-. .
trts and figures? It becomes immediatelj
"t that the UJA has been fulfilling its pri-
purpose: to rescue, resettle and rehabilitate
lives wherever and whenever necessary.
How many more than the martyred six million
would we be mourning todav were it not for the
V.I A'
Another inescapable fact is that these past
achievements were made possible only by the
warm generosity of the entire American Jewish
community Never before, perhaps, has a volun-
tary fund raising agency reached so large a seg-
ment of the community in its campaign.
Let us on this Rush Hashona, 5723. rededicate
Ourselves to the noble and ennobling task of con
tributing the financial means to enable the UJA
and its beneficiary agencies to continue their hu-
manitarian mission so long as there arc Jews
overseas who remain in need of assistance.
Akiva Goffer, vice president
oi American-Israeli Shipping
Co., of Florida, directs Zim
operations for the Southeast-
err, region of the United States
from offices in Suite 10-D, 407
Lincoln Road Building. Goffer
is in charge of all arrange-
ments for Caribbean cruises
cf the SS Jerusalem, which
will arrive here Nov. 4 tc be-
gin a series of fall and winter
sailings.
Urn Achievements
Continued from Page 6-F
month, and the countries visited in route are
French Somaliland. Ethiopia and Kenya.
While passenger services may provide the
gravy, freight is the bread-and-butter of Zim Lines
operat ons as it is for most steamship lines. Zim
ha- grown from a single line on the Mediterranean
:: i! ,v ti '' rid-wide network of 22 routes cov-
erinj i re thai 200 ports.
Zim runs four cargo lines to North America,
and Mcditerr i ports with the
i real ;..'k<- Atlantic, (Suit and Pacific coasts of
S.A and Kastern and Western Canada. There
,.!, eight lines between Israel and European ports.
fr m nearby Mediterranean countries such
reece and Turkey, to as far north as Denmark
and 1 inland Three lines run from Israel to
Africa, two of them based at Elat. covering the
K.^-tern and Southern regions of that continent.
and one from Haifa to West Africa. There are also
lines mm Israel to the Persion Gulf and the Far
East.
Outside of Israel
Ml st important from the point of view of
earning foreign currency and developing the com-
pany-general business are the Zim services based
, utsidc of Israel. These include the Pacific Star
Line between U.S. East Coast ports and the Far
I .: r, Seven Stars .Africa) Line between East-
Continued on Page 15 F
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Continued from Pag* 2-F
of the books, have won critical and popular ac-
claim, while others, of good quality, have been
overlooked
Work Misses Mark
For example. Herman Wouk ha> written
"Youngblood Hawke." a smash success but a book
which has nothing to do with Jews or Jewish
theme-, even though Wouk is the author of -.Mar
jorie Morningstar" and This Is My God." two
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. closely detailed
titles which gained {or him the reputatio! 0( ^
ir.g a major Jewish writer.
Philip Roth, who jumped tc the top ,,f A.
ican fiction lists with his earlier collectio- "iWi
^.-^.* uooq.
Bye Columbus, has now given us his fir.-
"Letting Go" This is a lorg and ambitious ,Je|
with many Jewish characters, it was warmly*,
ceived and earned a front page review in he New
York Times Book Review. In this narrative Roth
again emphasizes many oi the characteristic! he
finds unpleasant in American Jews, but j- |S ob
viotlS that he is a bigbl) t?lcmed novelist and
those of us who follow American Hctio annot
11 indifferent to his abilities
There have been thre< talented
in American-Jewish fiction They .in Sj v Sul-
author of "The Family Man;" Xorma Rosen
author of "Joy to Levine':" and Edward Adler
wrote Notes From a Dark Streel
Sulkin's book is a lon| :. chroi about
, possessive Jewish father whi does all le can
for hi children but is unappreciated them,
.'< scene is Boston and SulKir r. i r, :-; ;0UKt,
c.rr.munal life accurately ar.ri interesting \ir.
Rosen has written a .-hor; ncvel aboutvlaH^neu-
rotic and maladjusted Jews tut has lo(je a with
humor and insight. Adler. in an ambitiousiywit-
ten brief narrative, has attempted to recreate lift
among the poverty-stricken Jews in the ,ungle
of New Ycrk City. His purple pros, etimes
is silly, yet Adler has something to say ,,nd he
bears watching.
Daniel Fuck*
It should also be pointed out that this past
year has marked the revival of interest : Daniel
Fuchs. a novelist of the MOO'S, whose :hr jooks.
"Summer in Williamsburg." "Homage Ben-
holt" and "Low Country," have he-en reissued
under the title of "3 Novels by Daniel Fucbi."
Fuchs dedicated himself t< Brcoklyn Je ry and
his trilogy ranks as the finest fictional recreation
of American Jewish life in the proletarian ra.
Finally, we have the work e: Elie U.-el and
Isaac Bashevis Singer Wiesel, in hi t: rd slim
revel. "The Accident," continues to liar- on the
t ffeel of Nazi tortures on the European In
'The Accident," his here is a man inca Jble of
iffering love to a woman because he t ntinues
u remember what he lived through in E >pe. It
;. moving book, even if it does not -i h the
i:'-hts of his first novel "Nighl count
oi a little boy's experiences, ii I rmina-
camps.
Singer, who easily ranks as tl Y
-h novelist of our time. r;s g:ven u< VI '
a thoughtful and poetic novt Sla> Whili
it docs not have within it as man;
earlier collection it shcrl stories.
.'. of Market Street "Thi Slave
r.al and exciting novel. Its hei
enslaved by primitive ani! pagai Poles
and the crux of >.:.. er's tali is 1
marries a peasant woman ani re ns th
his Judaism in the fan ol great trava
ten with passion and in..: "TV
a major novel by a great creative an
Any year that sees the pul cation J ne*
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Page 13-F
]ust belore sailing for Israel for one year of
study under the American Student Program
at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, these
itudents, among a group from 32 American
colleges and universities, were honored at a
reception given by the American
Friends of the Hebrew University. "Respon-
sible Jewish school workers do not deceive
thmselves in believing that the quantitative
development of our educational enterprise is
a sufficient guarantee for meaningul Jewish
living."
Jewish Education Looks to the Future
By DR. JUOAH PILCH
THE i 5722 "ill go down in history as a
' pei (I of unprecedented effort in the field of
Jewish education. While for almost a whole de-
cade all major Jewish organizations proclaimed
their readiness to make Jewish education the num-
ber oik item on their agenda, and while practically
ill national leaders promulgated the idea that edu-
cation is indispensable to survivalit was during
this year that a series of concrete activities can
bepU' record The following is a brief sum-
mary of the events of the year:
Tht Council of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Kurd- at its annual assembly in Dallas.
Tex., discu-sed very earnestly the community's
role in relation to the day schools. In the past
20 year-, the day schools have grown from 40 in-
stitution? to 250. The child population in these
tthoob ha- during this time more than quin-
tupled, from 12.000 in the early 40's to more than
60.000 in i%i This development placed a heavy
financial hurden on the leadership, whose devotion
to thi- type of intensive Jewish education has no
parallel in the annals of American Jewish school
hittorj
Tarbut Foundation
Th. precarious financial conditions of most
' th* da> schools necessitates immediate remed-
The Federations offer only some fi-
nancial : port in some communities. The assem-
I) in Ii.iil.is. therefore, devoted a session to the
of this significant problem. It was
conduct a study of the day schools in
Imerii ith th.- view to clarifying all basic
'" hcrent in the day school movement The
v0 fuel that the Council deemed it advisable to
luestioo on its agenda is an indication
: n approach to a very basic issue of the
- responsibility for the totality of Jew-
ish educat n For. m the final analysis, all Jen-
i-h children deserve the loving care of the com-
munity organization, including those who attend
day schools.
Another important event of the year was the
establishment of the Tarbut Foundation, through
an initial gift of SI.000,000 by Abraham and Maur-
ice Goodman of New York The funds are to be
used for the development of a National Hebrew
Teacher's College, which would train scholarly,
competent and qualified Hebrew teachers and
would thus alleviate the appalling shortage of
school personnel. Some funds will be channeled
through existing educational agencies for the en-
hancement of the teaching of Hebrew language
and literature on the elementary, high school and
college levels. This. too. is a first in the history
of American Jewish education. It is, indeed, an
auspicious beginning; the trend to contribute siz-
able sums of money for educational purposes will,
to be sure, gain momentum in the near future.
World Confrne
The most significant occurrence in 5722 was
Cojo's (World Conference of Jewish Organiza-
tions! initiative in convening the World Confer-
ence on Jewish Education in Jerusalem, from
Aug. 12 through Aug. 17.
It was an historic event not only because lay
and professional workers in the field of Jewish
education from Israel and the Diaspora got to-
gether to discuss common problems, but mainly
because it was a demonstration of the recognition
by Jewish world leaders of the crucial importance
of lew ish education for continuity of Jewish life
everywhere. It is the new interpretation of the
principle of "All Jews are responsible for one
another" to include Jewish education, as it did
through history include all other phases of the
Jewish struggle for survival and security.
At thi- writing, it is premature to evaluate
Continued on Pagt 1S-F
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Humble Beginnings of a Proud
Continued from Pae 5-F
pleas-
A j.gnifieant Feeling
_ tails
.-
p ip are among the
-....- Temple. and
...- hand.
_. .- .. and humanitar-
jnal endeavor.
------ : Israeli msw-
- -.. ..- ardent in ex
a Jews I ...pate m I
t whe hand, fail to make
tu -:,-. |- U -hat
I .- unporual that
i cone to Israel, but it is
runt for tt wntry
that i imei
ial ii lenomi-
r.atioc 1 jr in
Israi nties rii ;istrj atri I
ewish Appeal J* ish Nj-
- ipport-
- r program. It
El Al as your
iir carrier whew It
.- like p Jttinj a dollar ii -.....aking
DC ll : : "-: I
T-.r igl Hi the ".- rj I the Biblical Jew.
Isra and communicant of the
:- pies .:' -..- area u I I laj this modern world
.. reawakening 4 the millions whose
lit these very same friends Because
::.: lit] -if 5tir-
rt air trai iponatj .- a ke> to the
ids ol mmerce and al-
The Star of David." the Magen David,' U
a familiar sight at the majoT international
airports and gateways of these areas on our
giant Boeing Intercontinental 707 420 jet air-
craft, which are second to none .
finity This is the decisive area, perhaps wherein
the catalyst for the future Israel-Arab friend-
-hip and p.'ace. It is perhaps these very people,
who, in the :une* of Solomon and Sheba tormed
mutually satisfactory allu: w^j
will, in the present dilemma of politi econ-
'ion point the way toward peace on
ixl will between people-
Change is the keyword in the Middle East and
throughout the world today Speed, rapid cOnv
munication, and the flexible ease o! ;rar.-p Drtatfon
ng the factor- contributing |
Air transportation make.- it possible fort
fully to exploit the potentials available in the lands
of their neighbors And El Al Israel .- i ntnbut-
to thi- change.
Both in Israel and throughout thi
Al is I proud carrier and a proud pan
the new ways of today's events that -h..;.
row's history,
Somebody Up There Seems to Like Us
Continued from Page 7-F
jedy. The new medical for-
- are loaded with our boy- it figures;
a Jewish actoi erl lii makes a better doctor We
ers n agit ians an I Bess
we maj have acrobat- to-), but I
e don't gel the Ed
re What- more, these Jewish
n bother to chai ge their
ir as
Kid. Cl u the third grade can
icker than thi > can saj
:. *taj Le nard
J'j Mankiewicz feels secure, and Judy
inces ii i nl
from
I
he early days "f the ii .-.....ilevision
i progran ightly
once or t ice .< year
ild be made to correlate Chanuka
- holiday. Around the time of the
= Perry Como would don j white
K Nidre. with a Mogen David
placed in the background, to make
; koher flashina on and off like an
ertisemeflt for'beer Some Jew- were delight-
ed with this display of tr.e deep significance of
our festivals Phones would rm_
would call, "Hurrj up. he is sinking Kol Nidre"
or. "turn ;.our set on. they are playing 'our' song."
which could turn out to be Tzena or Be: Mir
Bi.sl Du Shein."
Now. in line with the Jews-are-for )
we ha\e a number of Jewish comedian- both sick
well, one of whom says he i- an .\ rabbi,
which is funn) enough in itaelf, but all us ng their
Jewishness lo be very funny indet I Wi havs
seen Sholem Aleichem's stone- prew with
charm and fantasj and minus hypocnti
lion We have had a true story about Polish Jew*
other Poles honestly played Wi
n ii extraordinarily moving passovei -
ing time. We have hi
. reports of the Eichmi
man) more which I could not cover
cies lik,- baseball games,
All thi- ha- been most soothing I
ith ni> ruffled feathers and preei
I stand in the sunshine of public appn
dismiss all critical analyses from mj
refuse to enter into any dialectical disi
to why these strange things are bappei
will not stand on the head of a pm, or issociate
myself from the Jew in Chapter IV, paai 112, J'
the ex-rabbi turned comedian. It's lovel) >
last, 1 really exist.
To All Greetings
J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE
North Miami Tax Assessor
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& SO*
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friday, September 28, 1962
* Jfewisft fkiridlton
Poge 15-F
Jewish Education Looks to the Future
Continued from Pa.-je 13-F
Lh, effectiveness <>f this conclave in Jerusalem,
from the agenda and the materials dis-
puted I" the delegates the ^onfexeui'u.. mack- a
wjlistic appraisal of the situation and manifest-
j a determination to foster international coop-
eration through an instrumentality which would
,-vgep the lines of communication open" among
llK different countries. This implies an exchange
information, personnel and pedagogic aids which
.ould augur well for all types of Jewish educa-
tion i" the Diaspora. But no matter what the
late results of this international conference
nay t>c. the fact that it took place and that it
a> attended by leading educators and laymen
from all parts of the world points to a new de-
parture '" our orientation as to what constitutes
the prerequisite for Jewish creative survival.
School Population Census
There was no Jewish school population census
since the completion of the National Study of
Jewish EducaUon in uJne. 1959 At that time t he
surveyors disclosed that there were more than
500.M*' children in attendance in all types of
schools hi the Spring of 1958. and that the aggre-
fate annual budget was approximately $60,000,000.
The recently completed census by the AAJE. con-
ducted b> Dr U /- Engelman, revealed that there
more than 600.000 children in 1%1. staffed by
ii hers i including part time employees and
iho teach only once a week) and the
ial education budget was close to (65.000.000,
enrolles in the Jewish schools points
rowing interest of our parents in their
n. Jewish education.
hie Jewish school workers do not de-
rmselves in believing that the quantita-
pmenl of our educational enterprise is
I guarantee for meaningful Jewish liv-
ely. Jewish education todaj is still
rerj and leaves much to be desired. The
imong us. however, maintain that, in
i come, there will be an overhauUng ol
- school program which would enable
, to strike deeper roots in the cul-
ture ol their people. By the same token, the
other encies that shape the destiny of the
the home and the communitywill do
their share in motivating Jewish learning by re-
' 'i-'i scholarship to its former state of
respectability and importance
1:1 reviewing (he event- of the year one gets
,h impressio thai the American Jewish com-
munity ;- little by little acquiring :he real sense
of -eii preservation which is possible only through
a sound and meaningful Jewish education.
Zim Achievements
Continued from Page 11-F
I'S \ and Canada and West Africa, and from
Gull port* to West Africa, and the Gold Star Line.
rokyo, which links Japan and oilier Far
''-' intries with Bast, South and West Africa
rhe Zim Lines serve as managing agents of
'h*' Black star Line, the Ghanaian national line.
Zim helped to found in 1957, and ol the
~' Line, the national shipping company
in.i
The Zim Lines are represented in the United
the American-Israeli Shipping Co., Inc.,
Midway, New York City. The company's
fice is at 407 Lincoln rd Branch offices
"cated in Chicago, Montreal. San Francisco
Vngeles
Visiting Delegations
Continued from Page 10-F
its spon.-or-hip of the resolution censuring Israel
Firmly, politely but with conviction that what he
was doing was in the country's best interests, the
President rejected Mr. Oiler's appeal.
Disappointing as these high-level conferences
may have been for Jewish leaders, there is a dis-
tinct feeling that they at least served as a ve-
hicle for a much-needed exchange of views If
nothing else, the Jewish communityas represent-
ed by its organizational leadershipand the Admin-
istration now know the views of the other.
It is t,' he hoped that these symbols of Juda-
ismgiven as a sign of respect for the man and
the office he occupieswill in turn serve as a
constant reminder to Mr Kennedy of his obliga-
tion to protect the rights of all American citizens,
as well a the campaign pledge made before a
Zionist audience that if elected he would work
towards a permanent solution of the Middle Fast
situation.
Newly crowned Queen of the 1962 Inter-
national Photo Fair, pretty Vivian Jackson, of
New Yoik, poses with Helmuth L. Wittner,
general passenger traffic manager of Zim
Lines in New York, who awarded her the
Giand Prize, a Caribbean cruise aboard a
Zim liner during the winter ol 1963.
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COME IN AND SEE
UR HOLIDAY SPECIALS
CARL'S
BAKERY
Al* CONDITIONS
1360 NE 163rd STREET
Phone Wl 7-4092
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
Mr- and Mrs. Harry J. Son;
nd Lori Marsha
,!*l MTATI
"**MMtl and General Insurance
350 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Meuonine
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
BEATRICE LA VERNE DANCE STUDIO
BALLET TAP MODERN JAZZ
CLASSES STILL FORMING ENROLL NOW
1017 -96th Street Phone UN 6-5675
Boy Harbor Island
To All Happy Holidays
A. S. JONSON LABS., INC.
PLASTIC EYES. PLASTIC EARMOLDS. SMALL PLASTIC
OBJECTS COSMETIC DENTISTRY (Plastic. Gold, Steel
Pacific Building
Phone FR 4-6686
To Our Many Patrons and Friends .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
B0R0
WOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY, inc.
Manufacturers of a
COMPLETE LINE WOOD
KITCHEN CABINETS
and PLASTIC SINK and COUNTER TOPS
7928 NW 18th Court
Miami, Florida
Phone 696-3324
To All Season's Greetings
KOSSOF-CYPEN INSURANCE, Inc.
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
Ph. 532-3737
825 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach
TO ALL GREETINGS
CONNIE'S SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc.
ALL KINDS SEPTIC TANK WORK
7035 NW 43rd STREET
Ph. 888-3495
HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
EARL LONG'S
Colonial Certified Meats
WHERE THE BEST COST LESS
RETAIL AND CATERING TO HOME FREEZERS
1831 Ponce de Leon, C. G.
HI 5-3330
GREETINGS
DIXIE FARMS PRODUCTS
WHOLESALE MEATS and PROVISIONS
519 N.W. 23rd Street
Phone FR 14494
BEST WISHES
fOnildVf 4iARY
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
8407 BIRD ROAD Phone Day or Nite CA 1-0500
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS
620 NE 79th STREET
PL 9-2477 Phones PL 9-2476
Happy New Year to All Our Friends
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~Jewish Ftaridian
Miami, norida, Friday, September 28. 1962
Section G
Community Organizations Greet You
i.-fffff KING HIGH
'r,o' of Miami
CITY OF MIAMI, FLORIDA
Office of the Mayor
On behalf of all the residents of Miami,
and my fellow members of the City Commis-
sion. I would like to extend joyous greetings
and best wishes to our citizens of the Jewish
faith for this, the 5723rd observance of Rosh
Hashona.
I am well aware of the beautiful liturgy
and the fervent prayers for world peace and
understanding which mark the period usher-
ing in the High Holy Daysthe most solemn
in Judcism.
It is a time not only for spiritual reflection
and revivification, but one which weaves a
strong spiritual fiber to the fine pattern of
Jewish life.
May the coming New Year bring fulfill-
ment of all hopes and blessings for every
citizen of the Jewish faith in the Miami area.
ROBERT KING HIGH
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Office of the Mayor
On behalf of the City of Miami Beach
and its citizens. I wish to extend the most
cordial good wishes for a happy, peaceful
and prosperous New Year.
May we grow in serenity, wisdom and
brotherhood, as our lovely city grows in
beauty, culture and prosperity, during this
New Year. 5723.
Let us now resolve to renew our dedica-
tion to the splendid and enduring values of
the spirit, so that we may go forward into
the unknown future untroubled and with high
hopes.
KENNETH OKA
KENNETH OKA
Mayor of Miami Beach




Page 2-C
+Jenist fh>ridf/3ir
Friday, September 28, 1962
AGUDATH ISRAEL KNH
INSTITUTE
7801 CARLYIE AVENUE
MlVI BEftCH
We herewith extend out keif Cffstei
fa our beloved founder of.i Spirits-' Luitr
RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER or>i HIS FANKIY
Officers, Directors, Members, Sisterhood Or;:niz:> ':- Jta's Cfcrfc
os well os fo oil our well-wishers in Cr?ofr A i-'
(MAY THE NEW TEAR BRING THE REALIZATION 0 Ml O'.t MOMS,
COMPLETE REDEMPTION 73 OU> .:3.:
and a
solution to afflicted rWJMKiTY
HERMAN' V:z:NT?.A'J3, F:=?3iC*a;
*
MRS. ROSE SIEGFR'IN'D, President
SISTERHCCD 3? AGUDATH ISRAEL
Bikur Cholem Kosher Convalescent
Home of Greater Miami
310 COLLINS AVZXL'Z
#
SARAH KEISER. President, ar.d OFFICERS
Extend Greetings and Best Wishes far & Htm Yaar
to All Their Members ar.i Frier, is
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ITS RABBIS, OFFICERS and MEMBERS
txtend fo fbt Jewish Meridian and iff hjM of rj;ift
A VERT HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND HEALTH? NSW YliAtt
The Rabbi. Cantor, Officers. Board of Directors.
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY. HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEA?.
to its Members and to the entire Jewish Community

New Year Greetings from
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
dedicated to the growth a"d development
of Israel's renowned institution of higher
learning and research, the training ground
of Israel's future leaders and world center
of Jewish culture.
Miami Beach Office: One Lincoln ftoad Building
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
GERALD and FELICE P. SCHWARTZ
Sincere New fear Greetings to The Jewish Florid M
and the Entire Community
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MRS. WILLIAM BRENNER PmMt
Diagnostic cardiac catheterization is perform- mines whether a patient needs cardiac sur
ed at the Cardio-Pulmonary Laboratory of geiy.
Mt. Sinai Hospital. This procedure deter-
Mt. Sinai's Dedication to Human Healing
8y J. GERALD LEWIS
President, Mt. Sinai Hospital
rljt. Sinai Hospital, founded 13 years ago by a
" group ol dedicated citizens in our commun-
ity, and dedicated to the relief f human suffer
ing, has continued to function on the strong prin-
ciples which were established at its inception.
These principles embrace such important fun-
damentals as a constant alertness t<> the needs -if
our patients, an increase of our ancillary services,
snd an expansion of our facilities for research
and medical enducation. Closely allied with these
principles is the aim of our hospital, which Is to
strive for a healthier communitynot a better bal-
ance sheet.
The board of trustees, chained with the respon-
sibility of continuing these principles and meeting
this aim. have had to face many problems in order
conscientiously to fulfill our duties. Prime among
these problems has been the fact that during this
past year 15.000 patients were admitted to Mt.
Sinai Hospital and of these, over 2,000 were medi-
cally indigent In addition, there were over 17,000
visits to our 27 clinics, which were free or only
partly paid for.
Rising Cost of Medicine
Therefore, one of the immediate problems
which the trustees have had to face is that while
the costs of running a hospital continue to spiral
upward, at the same time, we are determined to
continue to provide care for all who come to
us, at the lowest possible cost.
Since 19.'>5. hospital costs have risen nationally
by more than 48 percent. This is, in part, attribut-
ed to an increase in the prices of food and medl
cal supplies in addition to a 36 percent rise in the
salaries of nurses, maintenance and diatarv em-
ployees, and clerical help. Further, more people
i. GERALD LEWIS
are involved iii the care ol a single patient today
Statistics indicate that in 1946 a hospital provided
146 employees tor ever) lOO patients At the pres-
ent tune, a! Ml Sinai, that number ha- increased
at lea-t 75 percent with 257 employee- per 100 pat-
ient- Another factor in the rising costs situation
is the use ol new and costlier therapeutics
However, the benefit- of medical research and
the use ol modern equipment more than coin pen-
-ate tor the dollar costnot only are patients cured
more often and effectively, but also thej regain
good health more quickly and are therefore per-
Continued on Page 1S-G
The Southeastern Florida Region
of Women's American ORT
enfend greetings tor a most Joyous New Yeor to All
2*CICVH*PJI* GREYNOLDS PARK CHAPTER
BISCAYNi CHAPTER HOLLYWOOD CHAPTER
CORAL CABLES CHAPTER NORTH 0ADE CHAPTER
EESBJ&aVB?"* north miami chapt"
ISLANDERS CHAPTER S0UTH MIAMI CHAPTER
MIAMI BEACH AFTERNOON CHAPTER SOUTHWEST CHAPTER
MRS. HARRY ROSENBLATT, Regionol President
OHEV SHALOM CONGREGATION
911 Normandy Drive, Normandy Island
WISHES A HAPPY. HEALTHFUL AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
P. A. WE8ERMAN, Rabbi SAM ARNOLD, President
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Officers, Members, and
Mrs. Horry Personik. Pres.
FLORIDA CHAPTER
WOMEN'S BRANCH
UNION OF ORTHODOX
JEWISH CONGREGATIONS
OF AMERICA
Our Thanks
Our thonks to the erf"**
fions ond religious """!"'
nave seen tit to e.fend greet'"
toning eogn.ionce
N.shon. edition ol The I'""*
Floridian.
If i, not the .poce ** '"
which we ore grateful MjJ
, p i r i f of oppreciofion dent*
strafed for the services ""
ed during the entire yeor.


c, oy, September 28. 1S62
1 Un /^ f> ridtfar)
Page 3-G
Florida ADL and Events in the Headlines
4
By BURNETT ROTH, Chairman
Anti-Defamation League Florida Regional
Advisory Board
TrE past yer ^as featured, in staccato out-
rsts of fast-iinnp events, the full range of
unity relations problems The noise of some
, reeded their significance, the significance of
- has yet to set in; the reverberations of all
,ift meaningful to Jews, some happily so; others,
- yet to tell US.
I r< bably the most dramatic local story fea-
in all of the newspapers was the capture
resi u! Donald Branch and his colleagues in
Lizurre revelation crowded bizarre revela-
tnbings, forays into the Everglades for tar-
lice in anticipation of "der Tag," plots for
, sassination of noted and respected Miamians
. year too in which the cynicallj depraved
Rockwell made his tirst foray into our
And it was a year, significantly, in which
and hardened patterns of anti-Jewish
minatipn began to crack and to melt. In-
: trospeel it appears that hardly a week
;. but that tlure wasn't some story in the
press, the point or essence ol winch did not
reel bearing on the interests, concerns, and
-;. ol the Jewish community.
Meaning of Headlines
. u Year i- traditionally the time for talc-
r. [or interpreting not only the impact oi
.: riences we have had. but their significance
- of the year and the time ahead. Within
. context, what was the meaning of the pas'
headlines? What, tor instance, is the mean-
branch caseof the cache of American
. -:> literature in his home and of the
. ssasainate Jews and such non-Jews deem-
m and hi^ colleagues as too liberal? And
finally, but very significantly is the mean-
...terrlated fact that interestingly has n
ttli attention: the fact that the State's
j Richard E Geratein, marked for assassi-
is a Jew?
r ranch case obviously establishes that
r times, indeed during the very trial of
hmann. there are groups which not only
Nazi mania ol hatred of Jews, but more.
ar< prepared to act out their \ ii
not simple weavers of anti-Semitic fan-
thej are men < I action. Anti-Semitism in
: discrimination i> a presence of which
. fully aware That this or that club or
s .is. undesirable has becom< some-
ny think they can live with, having, as
"OUT club" or '"our hotels.' But anti-
- itism :.s symbolized by the gas chamber is
we think of as beini; elsewhere" or
. og happened "a long time ago." or so it
i luntil the Branch case
I ase and it- revelations cries out for vigil-
it suggests the need for heightened civic
t and human relations programs. And. it
ucial to understand, it docs not justify a kind
un sis that takes the form or resignation tc
in. tact that Jews will never be fully a part of
t ainstrean.
Demise of T. G. Kent
lr, the area of hate-group activities, it is well
U make passing note of the ADL message in last
year's Jewish Floridian. in which Paul Seiderman
discussed the exposure of the Putnam Sun, pub-
shed in Palatka by T. G. Kent, convicted Nazi
ccllaborator. 1 am pleased to report this year that
Education in human relations means publi-
cation oi resource material in democracy.
And the Anti-Defamation League oi B'nai
B ::th has a wide variety of such material
ioi hbraries, university classrooms, church
and social groups and the individual read-
er interested in learning more cbout the
free heritage of his nation.
Mr Kent's reception in Florida was such that the
Sun gned to the point whe Mi Ken; aban-
but two weeks prior to Rosr- Hashora.
A word too. about Lincoln Rockwell hOCS-
well visited Miami for the declared purpose of
investigating tin guilt or innocence of Donald
Branch His real purpose, also revealed, was to
ra..-( hell." To the credit of the local mass
. and to the Jewish community none played
int( his hands by reacting in a manner designed
: help bis mission. He came, was paid scant pub-
lic attention, and disappointed, scurried off else-
where Two c! bis flunkies who returned are cur-
rently ::., guests of the community in the county
ji ilhouse.
As to Rockwell himself, it is most important
Ii bear in mind that the total membership of the
.. Nazi Party is miniscule; that it is not
that it is a movement without either a
::. oi an influence on the American scene.
.(',; tactic is to provoke Jews into acts of
violence and into possible abridgements of free
speech. Happily, however. Jews increasingly un-
derstand his tactics, do not play into his hands,
deem fre< speech more important than the
two-bit Nazi.
It has long been an elementary basis of human
understanding that neither actions nor thoughtj
operate in a vacuum. There is an interrelation-
ship among all things. If anti-Semitism erupts.
it does no'- happen all at once, but rather is an
evolvement from complicated but fertile surround-
ing circumstances. For instance, the hostile anti-
Semite can find sanction for his feelings, if not
justification for his acts, in the fact that Jews
are deemed undesirable by respectable" people
Can the person who refuses to hire a Jew logically
indulge moral indignation against tthe purveyor of
ant.-Semitic literature? Can the person who is
party to restrictive residential patterns logically
Continued or> P9 IW
Holiday Greetings to All
B'NAI B'RITH
AZA
MIAMI 322
Th0> Sisterhood
of
Tt'tnplt* llt'ilt
Shofortf
t-'enrfs Best Wishtt
'o the
.'t for the ytor checd
Ladies Auxiliary
Miami Beach Post 330
Jewish War Veterans
[xlend Best Wijr-cj
for a Most Happy New reor
fo fhe fnfire Jewish Community
EDITH FEING01D, President
Happy New Yecr tc
YIVO INSTITUTE
for JEWISH RESEARCH
E. '< "'
Dr J. Shi

B. M<
The Florida Branch
of
National Women's
League of the
United
Synagogue
Of America
Wish
Health, Happiness
cr.d Peace for All
THE GREATER MIAMI DISTRICTS OF THE
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
OF AMERICA
exte-d best wishes Tc our many members
and friends for a happy, healthy
and prosperous New Year
Israel needs YOU! Annual family membership dues
in fhe ZOA are SI5 (tax deductible). We have a tre-
mendous program planned this year. Won't you join
us now? Start the New Year right and send the form
below together with your $15 check to the
ZOA Room 202 1370 Washingon Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla. JE 1-1371
Name
Address
MAKE YOUR FAMILY A ZIONIST FAMILY IN 5723/
x The Southwest Jewish Center $
ITS SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB
6438 S.W. 8th STREET
Extend fo the Entite Jewish Community
Best Wishes for a Very Hoppy New Year
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
iiom the
OFFICERS and MEMBERS OF THE
FEDERATION OF JEWISH
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS
MRS. MILTON SERK1N. President
dedicated to the Service of Our Community
GREATER MIAMI COUNCIL
OF PIONEER WOMEN
EXTENDS GREETINGS TO ALL GREATER MIAMI JEWRY
MRS. MILTON GREEN. President
Club 1 ..................................Mrs. Jos. Krantz, president
Club II.................................Mrs. Irving Liftman, president
Golda Myerson Chapter ..Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president
Kadimah Chapter..............Mrs. Jacob Raffel. president
Coral Gables Chapter......Mrs. Sam Davis, president
Tikvah Chapter.................Mrs. Ruth Wagner, president
Beba Idelson Chapter.......Mrs. D. Offenhenden. president
Eilat Chapter......................Rose Rosamond, president
Aviva Chapter
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter B'nai B nth
A \Aos1 -occv New Year tc the Entire Jewish Community
TIFERETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION and SISTERHOOD
RUBIN KUTUN, President
LILY IASTER, President
THE SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLE BETH AM
Extends Best Wishes for the New Yeor to All


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I'

The Officers, the Board of Directors, the Staff
the Students and Affiliate Groups
of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Extend c Hcrppy New Year
:c the
Greater Miami ."e-.vish Community
LOUIS MERWITZER RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
President, Hebrew Academy


MRS. JOSEPH SHAPIRO
President,
Hebrew Academy Women
MRS. SHELDON DEARR
President, PTA
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers, Members Sisterhood of
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND HEALTHFUL NEW YEAR
IABBI DAVID IEHRFIEID CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
LOUIS DUBLIN, Preside*
MRS. I. B. EISENSTEIN, J.'jferfceod PWJiff
RfCISTER YOUR CHILD NOW IN OUR HEBREW SCHOOL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
"The Liktrwl Congregation on the Beach"
Affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew ConareaatMms
CHASE AVENUE at 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH
rV PRAT THAT OUR NEW HOUSt OF PtACt WILL HERALD
A NEW HM Of PEACE fOK HUMANnr
IRVING JACOBSON, President,
the OFFICERS, and BOARD OF DIRECTORS
of the
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
(Formerly Miami Hebrew Congregation
Extend to All Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
I 1-4 1 II. b I -
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
935 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Extends Best Wishes for a Very Healthy,
Happy and Prosperous New Year to All Its
Members, Worshippers and Friends
ISIDORE H. KRAMER, President
OFFICERS and BOARD Of DIRECTORS
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi
THE SPINOZA OUTDOOR FORUM
124 11th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON, Chairma
UH*4t fa All
A H A P P T NEW YEAR
HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Best Wishes far a Healthy, Joyful and Religious New Year
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
H. LOUIS ROTTMAN, Rabbi
MOSES J. GRUNDWERG, President
Honored by the community for their service chief of the Israel Air Force, who was guest
to the State of Israel at the Israel Bond Din- speaker at the dinner. Max OTOvitz, and Dan
ner of Tribute last May were four Miamians B. Ruskin. Extreme right is Xaver Federrr.ann.
who have achieved international recogni- associated with the honcrees in their Israeli
tion. From left are Sam Blank, Samuel Fried- enterprises,
land, Gen. Ezer Weizmann, commander-in-
Greater Miami Jewry's Bond With Israel
By SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
Chairman, Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization
THE Hiyh Holy Day period is traditionally known
as a period of redemption. We seek to redeem
ourselves in our own eyes and in the eyes of our
Maker through resolution and good deeds as we
face the year ahead. In a broad sense, the emer-
gence of modern Israel is an act of redemption on
the part of the Jewish people the world overre-
deeming a land, a people and a national heritage
after 2.000 years of homelessness and woe. In thi>
effort, few institutions have contributed so much
to the fulfillment of this historical redemption
as the Israel Bond effort in which Jews of 33 coun-
tries the world over have taken part.
While this redemptive effort through Isratl
Bonds has been on for some 12 years now. the
coming year will have the unique distinction of
being the year of reciprocal redemptionwhen Is-
rael will redeem its pledge to the first Israel Bond
holders of the world to return the loan which
they entrusted to Israel in 1951 when the Is
real Bond issue was proclaimed.
This milestone in Israel's growth will be the
occasion for joyous celebration. It not only marks
the redemption of the first Israel Bonds, but dram-
atizes the amazing progress in Israels develop-
ment -inn the beginning of the Israel Bond pro-
gram
Story of Rebirth
This period witnessed the redemption of more
than a million immigrants, rescued from home-
lc.--r;e-.- and provided with homes, jobs, scciint;.
and a sense of human dignity. With the aid of Is-
rael Bondv factories were built, pouei was .
ed. road.- were paved, land was cleared It i> per-
haps a story now grown familiar with repetition,
but it does bear repetition, since intrinsically it is
the story of Israel's rebirth.
SAMUIL FRIED1AND
!>rael's great achievements during thi- period
reflect the profound impact Ol Israel Bo
throughout the nation's economic structure. But
these economic accomplishments take on
greatest meaning in the context of the ba-ic pur
I i 5( of the State of Israel: to provide a norm
til Jews who need or want to enter.
This i> the principle which was responsi
thi absorption of l.ooo.ooo immigrants in n
ears and which stimulates the people >; Israel
ti continue pioneering to create new fronl
tnerce and growth, to build new cities
deserl < bring water into tht dry remote
trees and new fruil on land tha
; ol -(< i. iii.- since the daj i : (he Bible
It i- this program of expanded <
which makes the Israel Bond program the key-
toi i i; Israel's economic future. For Israel must
Continued on Page 12-G
MR. AND MRS. NATHAN B. ROOD
extend their heartiest greetings to all
their friends in honor of the
Phoenix Club of the
Mental Health Society
won raw -jr4-
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM
1545 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
Extends Best Wishes for a Very Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to All Its Members,
Worshippers and Friends
ABRAHAM STRASSFELD, Rabbi
Samuel Kleinman, President Moses Branffman, Vice Pres
S. Zucker, Secretary Morris Sa|j, Trea$urer'ee Pre$
S. Arlin, Gabai
The Kobbi.
Preiident Julius Sapero,
Cantor, Officers and Directors 0/
BETH RAPHAEL
CONGREGATION
139 N.w. Jrd Avenue
rVisfc its Members, Wtrshippers
and Suppi*rt. a Huppi,
MMfffcy and Peaceful
New fear
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
OF U.S.A.
NORTH SHORE POST
No. 677
and LADIES' AUXILIARY
ARTHUR LEE
Commander -
" Oil R. SIMON
Preiident
* 9
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Friday. September 28. 1962
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Our Jewish Education Needs are Fulfilled
By JOSEPH COHEN
F resident. Bureau of Jewish Education
fHE I rst Worll .; i-.f.'rence on Jewish Educa". m
which recently .. in luded its sessions in Jeru-
rr>>! ( ..-( hi"- leasure to the ne -
m i h lucatii n and i ike
i steps me ly I icute
aching I. The i
the pi Jew ish '
: i | p to the
our pec; r v h ol
ultural I f
i -.-. ."'ii state I repea
reau I
if:. Miami Jewish I i
' .-'ire the best possibl
I irtuni.....' -.;sh educatii n to
lid ir immunity. As the educa
. ; ilj. il attempts to I
i -i :. leological groupings
(ul cor klal Yisrael," a ui
mmun i

Nuri^.-'.-j Creative Impulse
Vai 'S activi .?; 3f (he Bureau underline an
ippreciitt.'on of the general community. The Bu-
reau's ; ..nual Hebrew Vocabulary "Bee" brings
nan) dools together in a display of Hebrew
ichievt; ent leading to development of mandatory
Hebrev word lists. Th'.' annual Essay-Art contest
grapple; with sensitive current problems, bringing
lorth inative writing and creative art activities
trom hundreds of stuients in many of our schools.
Th annual Combined Jewish Appeal school
rill> firings the schools together in a cooperative
ventun :o assist the'CJA of the Greater Miami
lewisb Federation And, in the past two years,
the National Bibl* Contest, with the southern re-
gion centered at th.3 Miami Bureau, has stimulated
the Jewiih school* t > compete for district, regional
and national honors in intensive study of the
Bible
Oni of the consuming tasks of the Bureau is
the atn Tipt to recruit, license, train and stimulate
trail ig for Jewish teachers. The Bureau ad-
ressi -elf to this most acute problem of national
ihortagi of qualifiei teachers through its Place-
ment ( ommittee, Board of License, College of
Jewish Studies, and Teacher Seminar programs.
Thi Bureau's Placement Committee published
i "Teachers Regis ry," li.-ting available teachers
in all departments, circulating the list among the
school; requesting personnel, The Bureau's Board
il Lictrse, now nationally recognized, acts upon
ill aj; ications fir licenses under old ami new
Codes .i Practi s enacted for Hebrew, Sunday
school i .' pre---, tie il teachers.
Crltirla for Evaluation
Tr < Bureau h i ; also assisted schools in Ob-
tainin( educational lirectors and has recommend-
ed a n* a code to give status and security to these
school directors. School directors, too. are of-
Fered Lh< stimulation of bi-monthly sessions at the
Bureau on school program and administration, and
a Jewish Educators Council of qualified education-
>l directors has been formed to continue research
in areas of text books and school evaluation. The
results of the Bureau's annual testing program.
last year involving 7.500 individual tests, are com-
municated to the educational directors to give
them insights into the year's achievement and a
criteria for school evaluation.
The Bureau's College of Jewish Studies, now
in two locations, is offering necessary
rsi to all teachers to qualify them tor lici
i and afternoon se sions for Sunda;
hers, in mori i n [I moon si >si ins
fur II l c-hers, in evenin, sessi ind w ork-
; i i. To keej
ire i ppri is I
concentrated S
iv^lit weeks, have 1 si h-
; Bib! -, Ilebi
: i .'
Hebirw Hi5h School
e ires
1 .'nil
status to I '
mbai
: i! the Amei ican Association for Jewish
n, Further status is given to the Jew-
icher through comprehensive Code.- of Prac-
I ., enacted by the Bureau of Hebrew. Sunday
school and preschool teachers.
The extension of Jewish education into sec-
ondary level is another acute need in the develop-
ment of a good Jewish educational program. The
Bureau has stimulated such programs in various
congregations and has expanded its Central Hebrew
High School. Graduation of elementary depart-
ments of Jewish schools brought about 200 students
into the High School in 1961in six locations
throughout the community. Graduates of the Bu-
reau's Hebrew High School are beginning to be
seen as teachers in congregational schools, with
some graduates registered in schools of higher
Jewish learning in the North.
Todny, the High School accepts only Junior
high school graduates who have completed six
years of study in the afternoon Jewish schools.
This year, the Bureau's annual graduation exer-
cises included only graduates from the Bureau's
High School department and graduates of junior
Continued on Page 13-G
Robert Belmaker (left), winner during the
outgoing Hebrew Year 5722 of the Bureau
of Jewish Education's annual essay con-
test. Making the presentation is Mrs. David
Drucker. Right is Jeffrey Raymond, winner
of the art contest.
THE CHAIRMAN,
OFFICERS and MEMBERS
of
THE ISRAEL
HISTADRUT COMMITTEE
OF GREATER MIAMI
600 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, JE 8-1231
Sponsors of
The Greater Miami Medical Center in the Negev
Extend to Their Families
and Jewry Everywhere
Best Wishes for a
A MOST HAPPY, HEALTHY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
May the New Year be a
bountiful one and bring a
full measure of happiness
to our members and the
entire Jewish Community.
NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
MRS. MURRAY A. SHAW, Pre$.
Holiday Greetings
from
MOLLIE KAHANER
SISTERHOOD
of
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
TEMPLE MEN0RAH
(formerly North Shore Jewish Center;
620 75th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Sisterhood Married People's Club
Men's Club P.T.A. U.S.Y
A Very Nappy New Year to Ml...
Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation
1401 NW 183rd Street, North Miami
RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
CANTOR EMANUEL MANDEL
Congregation President
BENJAMIN SHAPIRO
Sisterhood President
MRS. ElEANOR KAY
THE RABBI, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
of
The Israelite Center
3175 S.W. 25th Street
and All Its Auxiliaries and Committees
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Friends
for a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
HYMAN KIRSNER MORTON MALAVSKY
President Rabbi
Wishing a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year to the
Officers and Members of our Lodge and their families;
and to our Brethren who will join our Lodge
to help us carry out the good work of B'nai B'rith .
THEODORE M. TRUSHIN. President
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
350 LINCOLN ROAD
THE OFFICERS and BOARD OF DIRECTORS
THE GREATER MIAMI WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
OF THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
txtend New Teor Greetings All Their Members and Friends
MRS. IARRY SILVERMAN, President
A Happy and Prosperous New Year to All
TEMPLE MENORAH SISTERHOOD
The RabbL Officers and Members of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Extend best wishes for the New Year
to the entire Jewish Community
SISTERHOOD MEN'S CLUB U.S.Y.


Patft S-3
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Friday, September 28, 1330
THE ORTHODOX VAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
7801 CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 41, FLORIDA
Robot Or. fvuoc Hirsh ever, Director
"At the Threshold of a New Year we ore filled with
Sacred Memories of the History of our Voad Hakash-
ruth; with gratitude to G-d that He shall ^own us
with goodness and virtue to bring us and all Kosher
establishments under our strict supervision Joy.
in our community, fulrli the wishes of our hearts for
Kindness and Truthfulness in the ranks of Kashruth.
Health for Liie. and for Lasting ?ej?e \a Bm 'Vor.i.
*
Herman WeintronHi
Veirrfeirt
Philip Yasser
Viet *retie>irt
OFFICERS
Sam Brttk
Secr**^f
William Cohen
Trtwsmrt'
To the Entire Jewish Community
We Express Our Sincere Hope and Pray?-
thai the Coming Year 5723
Will Bring Peace and Happiness to All
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
THE SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL
OF MEN'S B'NAI B'RITH LODGES
EDWARD STERN. President
MAURICE FINEGOLD. President-Elect
FRANK KERSHNER. Executive Secretary
Extend
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO All
THE RABBI and BOARD Of DIRECTORS of
TEMPLE ZION
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
H Their Members and the Entire Jewish Community
CONGREGATION YEHUDAH MOSHE & AUXILIARIES
lifts* MPPf urn yca MMMH to au Mk reitms hiighboks
thoh familitt tmi the Omtlro Jewlsk Comm.mf,
13430 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
Branch 692 Workmen's Circle of
Miami Beaeh
extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all
Jewrya Happy. Healthy and Prosperous Nsw Year.
crcn row rJtf
BIALIK BRANCH 290 FARBANO LABOR ZIONIST ORDER
Wish All Mtmbort ana* fnonii Happy and Proiperovi Mem 1 ttr
S. JACKSON, President AARON IK8MAN. Secretory
Aged Home Offers New Year Thanks'
3y JUDGE IRVING CYPEN
President, Jewish Horr-e for the Ages
On -. Hashona of the Year 51
:.-- 17th year of its existence, the Jew
Horn- : t tbe Aged u on the threshold of a ne
era
B) Ro$h Ha-hona of 5T24. we shall have
ed our capital expansion program which u
the Baal phase of architectural planning
By Rosh Hashona of 5724. we -hall have I
of its \. --r.ee. our Home at beautiful Do.
Garder.s will have a capacity of 215 beds compj- i
present 105-bed capacity
Then for the first time in its history,
bed capacity will provide at lea-t a minimji
1.000 Jewish population a- com
pired to al! other Jewish communities in 'ho Unit-
: Canada.
Then tr>o, we shall not only be providing good
and rehabilitative services to 215 residi
but a -hall be help:-., giving comfort ind
I securit] an I releasing ne energi -
for at leasl ther personchildren
'
i ieces
Collateral Achievement.
n we help these 1.000 id lit n i
am i i many other things we are helpir.4
prevent the breakup Of home.-: we are helping
mate marital frictions and we help mak-' it p
ible for grandchildren and great grandchil ;ren 1
live healthi-r. more normal lives For all if
this .
We give Ro-h Hashona thanks an.I blessings
to the entire Jewish community tor its -upport
and generosity to the Home for manv years.
We give Ro-h Hashona thanks and blessings
to the <>j generous individuals who have already
contributed 5550.000 of the $800,000 goal of our de-
velopment fund campaign. 3 truly inspiring achieve-
ment and record of community devotion and re-
sponsibility
We give Ro-h Hashona thanks and blessings
to Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Louis and Helene
Bresler who have playei the trail-blazing role-
in leadership and generosity in the campaign
We give Rosh Hashona thanks and blessings
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bresler. leaders of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Mi-
ami, contributed SI00.000 to the Homes
capital fund campaign during the outgoing
Hebrew Year 5722.
WDGt IKVINC CrPfN
BARON de HIKSCH MtrtK
to Federation's lay and professional leadership :">*
the latter's superb professional direction if tha
campaign and the former's aid and generos
We jim' Ro-h Hashona thanks and blessing
to our amazing women's auxiliariesGreat
ami, Hollywood. Junior and Miamiwho-'' ird
of support of the Home is without parallel
community
We give Rosh Hashona thanks and blessing
to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
ed Fund for their income allocations to the Horn.'
without which it would be difficult to opera'J-
nnd to the Hollywood Jewish Welfare Federation
for its annual contributions to the Home.
Exciting Expectations Ahead
And finally. I personally give Rosh Hashfl 1
thanks and blessings to our officers and board
members and staff for their devotion, support, lo.'
alty and outstanding professional and technic.il
skills.
We celebrate Rosh Hashona of 5723 with gri '
tude. We look forward to Rosh Hashona )f '-'
with exciting hope and expectation
----------------------------------1
MRS. FAXXIE MtXBMIN
extends best wishes
to her family and friends
for a Healthy and Happy New Year
We Extend Sincere Best Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends
r. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner
and Daughter A\ a Lee
MRS. ANNA BLOCK
President of
C H E S E D
SHEL EMESS
her Officers and
Board of Directors
wish their many members
best wishes for a
Happy New Year
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MIZRACHI WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION
EXTENDS _
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS ;
to All Our Members *
Entire Jewish Community
Cod Health and Peace
Throughout the World.
MMM s. MJJJJS
*


Friday. September 28. 1962
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Miami's Zionist Districts look to Future
By LOUIS B. RUDNICK, Chairman
presidents Council, Greater Miami District
Zionist Organization of America
[, this 65th anniversary year of the Zionist <>r-
ization of America, we look back with pride
DD j r'-markable record of achievement and for-
lo a future flf continued service in Israel
the Pnited Slates. As the New Year ap
. ic are ayain mindful of Ihe 65 years ot
which the ZOA has been privileged to give
. people of Israel, as well as to American
.. due to the efforts not only of our dedicat-
.; leadership, but also to the inspiring ren
nd national leadership this past year, that
i great accomplishments were made possible.
great deal of pride we, of the Greater
ZOA District-, look back upon these major
......>nts and realize that without the loyal sup
I ol our 2,500 members, this would not have
.. | ossible
i d( the very important pans of our program
ZOA youth work on the American scene in
i pei am" with Iladassah. Under our joint n"id-
Y/oung Judaea membership has continued to
: r.d those SO children who were fortunate
I ti io attend Camp .ludaea in Hendersonville.
N this past summer have returned with a ureat
, ill inspiration. Our Zionist youth camp in
lersonviUe has received national recognition.
is one of the few Jewish youth camps in the
south that has embarked on an intensive positive
Jewish program.
Israel Culture Here
In order to raise funds for our youth work, and
;it-( to bring some true Israeli music and culture
r community, the Greater Miami Districts of
i hi ZOA combined their efforts at the very be-
ning of the year to bring to the Miami Beach
torium "A Cavalcade of Israel Stars." head-
rd b> such noted Israeli artists as Yaffa Yarkoni.
, ; idaim. Itzhak Perlman and the Yemenite
Chairman of this -standing room only" af
.... Ben Ciller, and following the pertorm
. -pecial reception in honor of the artists
. ;.nded by over 300 people. The entire pro-
mi ot the concert were earmarked for local Zion-
.-t youth work, as well as for scholarships to (amp
Judaea and to Camp Tel Yahuda.
one of the highlights of the local program of
'. ZOA is the Miami Beach Zionist District Lunch-
i ub. which starts soon after the High Holy
and continues until summer. Chairmen of
man and Joseph Malek. At the weekly meet-
- in addition to noted speakers and music, there
a current events report by the newscaster.
K\ tarn Wolfson Attendance at the Lunch
lib not only consists of local Zionists but as
eel :il' place for Zionist leaders from through-
thi United States and Canada, and in many in
- from South America and Europe.
Fund Raising Activities
local districts have undertaken together
:.. leading districts of the Southeast region to
ate a dormitory at the Kfar Silver Agricul-
tural Training School maintained by the ZOA in
kelon, Israel. The dormitory, which will house
students, and also contain an instructors apart-
and a study hall, will be named in honor
ili rtimer May. of Nashville. Tenn., and Miami
100IS RU0N/CK
Be.uh, a past national president of thi ZOA and
the honorary life president of the Southeast reg-
ion.
A great deal of the leadership, as well as the
fund-raising for this dormitory, has come from
our districts. The past year saw the endowment
ol rooms in Ihe dormitory by Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Ruhin. of Miami Beach, Mr. and Mr. David
Goodman, of Miami Beach. Mr and Mrs. Murray
Simons, of Hollywood, and the combined member-
ship of the Creator Miami Districts. The dedica-
tion ol the dormitory will take place in Kfar Sil-
ver during the coming year.
In order to make it possible for all the mem-
bers Ol the districts to participate in the building
of Ihe dormitory, a "Char brick drive was launch-
ed in Miami Beach this past May under the lead-
ership Oi Joseph Mechlow. Bernard Katz. Ezra
Finegold, Louis B. Rudnick. Herman Weintraub
and Sidney Raymond. The purchase of a brick
entitles the purchaser to a free chance on a trip
to Israel next May. In additon. the purchaser
ot a brick will have his name placed in a Golden
Book the purchaser of 10 bricks will have his
namt placed in a special Builder's Book: and the
Continued on Page 12-G
At a meeting of the planning committee of
the Mortimer May Dormitory. Seated is
David Goodman. Standing (left to right)
are Mortimer May. Herman Weintraub.
Sarah Goodman, and Dr. Mortin J. Robbins.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
TECHMON SOCIETY
. dedicated to upbuilding of TECHNICN
the world famous university in Haifa,
training Israel's engineers and
scientists of tomorrow.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, President Mrs. Philip Thau, President
South Florida Chapter Women's Division
Leo Rutsein, Southern Regional Director
1425 16th St., Miami Beach 39, Fla.
To the Officers, Board of Directors,
and all members ol
MIZRACHI WOMEN:
We wish to e*Un6 best wishes
for a GOOD YEAR in 5723
to oil of us here and to all the
Jewish people everywhere
in the world.
MRS. LOUIS TOKAYER, Pres.
RACHEL SAK0WITZ, Hon. Past Pres
' D0V" Chapter
MIZRACHI WOMEN
Moadon Ivri
HEBREW-SPEAKING CLUB
Wishes a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to its
Members and Friends
DR NATHANIEl SOROFF
PRESIDENT
ANNA SIN'CW
SECRET AR\
^7rrmiy and CViiiVc rCo/c
and sen aLjick
THE
THE FLCR'DA COMMITTEE
OF
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
:s pleased to extend New Year's greetings and best
wishes te its members and supporters, to the Univer-
se, e alumni end to '.he Greater Miami Community.
The Days of Awe symbolize the age-old spirit of
r.er..cat:cr. that has inspired Yeshiva University's ex-
panding contributions to the welfare of the Jewish
ccr.-.rr.unity and the nation. As the institution moves
Jorwcrc in en era of unprecedented service, the com-
mittee extends a cordial invitation to all its friends to
share meaningfully in advancing these historic pro-
grams of higher education at the oldest and largest
American university under Jewish auspices.
LEO ROBINSON
Chairman
R. Williams Apte Jack A. Cantor
Co-Chairmen
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
301-311 Washington Avenue
v\:SrES TO AIL ITS MEMBERS, WORSHIPPERS AND FRIENDS
A YEAR OF HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PEACE
--.-" ~Z"Z r.y?-
RABBI TiBCR h STERN MORRIS B. FRANK, President
AARON IIRNER, 1st V. Pres. MORRIS KREVAT, 2nd V. Pres.
RON. MARCH LIBERMAN, Treos. LOUIS BAIDA, Fin'l. Sec
HARVEY TENDLER, Rec. Sec.
*rLr K^hona *Jova J ihcscvn
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
TiOSI North Miami Beach Blvd.
HA DASS AH
Extends f the
ENURE JEWISH COMMUNITY
irst Wishes for o Happy. Healthy ond Prosperous New Year
IHE MIAMI CHAPTER
Mrs. Joseph Milton, President
THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Lillian Goodman, President
GREETINGS TO All
NORMAN BRUCE BROWN AUXILIARY
NO. 174 JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
.SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
TBMPtA UETU SH1RAH
11527 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Rabbi Morris A. Skop Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb
LSHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
TEMPLE NEB TAMED
EUGENE LABOVITZ
Rabbi
MURRAY A. SHAW
President
SAUL H. BREEH
Cantor


F?ce &^J
+Jeni$f fhridinr
Friday. September 28, |
962
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
extends wishes for
a ntost Joyous ^ lew LJear to all
The Sisterhood The Perfect Circle
The Brotherhood The Forty-Niners
The P.T.A. The Temple Emanu-EI Players
and all affiliated Youth Groups
GREETINGS:
In this Year of Redemption, may we take this oppor-
tunity of extending Very Best Wishes for the New Year
to each and every one of you!
On behalf of the Israel Bond Committee of Greater
Miami, we want to express our gratitude for the support
given in this area to the State of Israel Bond Program during
the past year.
The New Year. 5723 offers Miami's Jewry an appro-
priate opportunity to rededicate itself towards the historic
task of helping to make Israel's second decade one of
unparalled progress and development, through the pur-
chase of Israel Bonds.
May Good Health and Prosperity be your reward in
the New Year.
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND, Chairman
GREATER MIAMI
ISRAEL BOND ORGANIZATION
''''-' THE NEW M MG FULFILLMENT OF YOUR
NOBLEST H PEACE TO ALL MANKIND
Rabbi Mordecai Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown
TEMPLE JUDEA
320 PALERMO AVENUE
Coral Gables Liberal-Reform Congregation
CANTOR and MRS. H. MARCHBEIN-MARBINY
Now porrrvv-n? revdents of Miami Beach,
^/ish all their friends a Happy New Year
P.OB. 452, Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 538-5852
THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB
Wishes All Their Members and Friends
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAX GARSHAG, President
"L'SHANA TOVA U'MASUKA TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
The Rabbi, Officers and Members of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL, FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Our Jewish Family and Children's Service
By MRS BURTON D. GOLDSTEIN, President
Jewish Family and Children's Service
IT'S dim *r. easy mar.er to decide how to tell the
* .-irj of a year in the life of a family agency
such as the Jewish Family and Children's Ser
We could present statistics. We could, for
example, point to the fact that we provided pro-
. ;na! casework services to almost 1.700 fam-
ilies last vear. which is nearly double the number
ients ^e helped only five years ago. Stalls
r are cold facts and only tell one
part : the Mory.
We could give ca-<- histories by the hundreds
- .-. -r.a\ ( uld appeal to emotion, as well a-
to logic We could write about the frightened, un-
happy child of angry, frustrated parents, a fam-
ily no longer able to communicate, heading toward
lissolution. who were aided by porfessiona! coun-
seling We could tell about hundreds of aged per-
feeling useless and lonely, who were helped
Main medical care, residential care, or a--is:
ed toward better family relationships.
How They Were Helped
We could speak of the unmarried mothers and
the couples wanting to adopt children. Or we could
mention the Cuban refugee children in foster
homes These, too. would be only part of the
story, for it leaves unanswered the question of
how these people were helped. Perhaps, then, we
must add something about the organization and
structure of the Jewi>h Family and Children's
Service
JFCS is a voluntary, non-profit social service
agency, supported primarily through the United
Funds of Dade and Broward counties, the Greater
MRS. BUKTON GOlCSTfv
Miami J<\vish Federation, arc! ;-.< Jewi-
Fed* ration of Hollywood. Our services
vided on the basis of need. There is
fee scale for those persons able to pay
percent of our families pay ftts The a:
lends its professional casework *ervict-
Jewish communities of Dade and Browar-
through three offices: the main office, 1
Miami, and two district offices and in Hollywood.
Since the problems which c< me to t'-
fall n-turally into separate groupings, ea.
ing a specialized emphasis, the agency
sVltar,
j"<- pro
a -iidinji
About 25
: -.iy .-y
") the
C >unlies
Ja'.ed in
Beach
i
. ram
Jewish Family and Children's Service offers lege the sanctity of home cr.c chi
many facuhes for Greater Miamians. from the above photo show?. JFCS n,
marital counseling to adoption, asslstance problem daily, and offer- s pre
to the aged and homemaker programs. There best to knit the schisms where poss
is nothing like a disturbed marriage to chal-
MR. AND MRS. LEO MINDLIN
and SONS, JEREMY and JACOB
.' sh Their Relatives and Frie c:

BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder
and Children
I. Louis. Maurice .leffrv.
Jonathan Mark and Ethel Mary
TEMPLE
ADATH
YESHURUN
Exte:
Its Men.bers cm,; i
for :: Happy N.
JONAH r. CAPIAN 'job'
CHARllS ROIlNflERG, Pr*M*
ttrs /eoh Geri"
frw S'sterhoc:
Kcrtrcn Geldt<-"
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dfly September 28. 1962 k^ist fhrHici '#7 Page 13-B American • Israel Relations During 5722 By HAROLD EIDLIN Washington I .|0 inalysis of American-Jewish relations during N ,j, f past year can avoid the conclusion th.it Ifir the fir-t time since the Sinai campaign. Washington 8Bd Jerusalem. fim U b fmyj tf < at odds. This new discordant note has been struck not |w anything Israel has done but rather, far more lartaisly. by "hat is now regarded here as a gradual shift of emphasis in U.S. Middle Eastern [urcigD : licy An( *. un ''' -inly a single incident, the present situation revolves around a deliberate move t> Lards I long-range policy of firmer U.S. friendship for Israel's Arab neighbors. l r .:> %  .. say informed sources here, the sit I [or Israel is likely to deteriorate still furIther in the year ahead. What has happened is that Israel has become | in innocent victim of the cold war struggle. The root o: Ihe problem lies in the now firmly-en jenchei belief held by l.S officials that Arab I a prime requisite for American se lority" 'In Middle East. As a consequence ind the hop< of courting Arab favor, the United I. een gradually moving away from its | i itral position in the Middle East I i friendship for the Arabs. Loans Increase foreign policy planners are repreI thai an open display of U.S. sym\i.il> problems, stepped-up aid. and sim Is will serve—if not to win the Arab. er la the Western camp—then at least to their loyalties in the East-West cold | S responsible commentator would suggest I American view towards the turbulhat Middle East i~ designed as an anti-Israel move. JThe fad is this is simply not the case. In virtually every aspect of bilateral American-Israel h-airns remain cordial and friendly I Development Loan Funds to Israel have Ikwrcast I—up from SIS million in fiscal 1960 to ItlSmilllin in fiscal 1961 Increased also have been IfSenumhirof persons involved in two-way cul1'iral exchanges. And the recent U.S. Trade Misslion to Israel is another sign of the United States |interest in Israel's well-being. But however much these outward signs point |to the sr-. nee of a breakdown in amicable rela Hons between Washington and Jerusalem, the inlection ol this new issue in an open bid for Arab h>ndshi| has created a serious disturbing influence m the Middle East. If nothing else. U.S. ((occupation with such things as the strengthenM ol Egypt's economy have already become grist or Cain vast propaganda mill. Nassei the self proclaimed leader of the pjh world has been able to point convincingly Uus rii Ministration of American friendship as wt ppr val of his policies. The fact that such will go long way towards alleviating Nasser's irin-mortgaged economy appears to ncern to the United States. But it I of deep concern to Israel. In short, what is happening is that the highly Votive Middle East appears once again to be e brink of another eruption That ates is allowing this to happen is most to Israel which for years has been id with the traditional I'. S. policy DICTATOR NASSER who needs enemies? of avoiding even the potentiality of such a development Israel has felt—and apparently the U.S. has shared this feeling—that Us best interest lay in keeping the Middle East as quiet and calm as possible The new U.S. attitude markedly alters this situation Circumstances Different Israel is not opposed to L'.S. aid for Egypt— or an) Arab state for that matter. On the contrary, it would welcome it under the proper circumstances. Israel, for example, would be delighted to see the standard of living raised for her Arab neighbors because prosperous nations are less likely to cast envious and angry eyes across international borders. But the circumstances under which Egypt is to receive aid are somewhat different, for Nasser has given no real indication that he intends to cease his hostile attitude towards Israel. Indeed, his continued purchase of heavy armaments and aircraft, and his unceasing propaganda, are signs that quite the opposite are true. Aside from the immediate potential dangers to Israel which stem from increased aid to Egypt, the U.S. decision is seen as the final link in a chain of developments during the past year which are now definitely regarded as having forged new US policy in the Middle East. It was the culmination of a policy which, in retrospect, began last December when the UN General Assembly, with US. help, defeated a resolution calling for direct Arab-Israel peace talks, and which reached its zenith in April with the US-introduced motion to censure Israel for its role in the Lake Tiberias incident. It i, ironic that the U.S. has seemingly turned its back on its one good and reliable friend in the Middle East But perhaps the explanation lies in the fact that Israel's friendship for the United States has been too much taken for granted; that no matter what happens, Israel will remain friendly to the U.S. There may be some truth in this. too. for where else can Israel turn? But it reminds one of the old uag: "With friends like this, who needs enemies''' 1 *rPr N(W y Mt T0 AU ouu ttlfNDS AND PATKONS Atlantic I !' %  |m-in Co. 122 N. 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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Davis Boiler & Iron Works, Inc. BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS Ph. FR 44030 198048 N. Miami Ava. Reconditioned Boilers for Safe ono* Repairs Day or Night Anywhere .••.. '' *' Smokestacks and Tanks PfST C0NJK0L ftitVICt-Termite Proofing—fumigating-Mofh Proofing MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABIES BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE, INC. DON'T TOLERATE—EXTERMINATE 3555 SW 29th TERRACE Phone HI 6-6401 TOR TO AU GKtfTINGS Charles Stuart Motor Co. FINE NEW and USED CARS 2757 NW. 36th STREET PHONE NE 54407 Citroen—Fiat—Datsun—Lancia—Alfa Romeo—Sabra—Rover Stuart Steingold — Charles Steingold NEW YEAR GREETINGS GLAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 163rd STREET at N.E. 18th COURT Wl 5-4335 SEASON'S GREETINGS 11*1 li Ave. Community .Market WE NEVER CLOSE CORNER 12th AVENUE and 7ih STREET. N.W. MIAMI. FLA.



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Friday, September 28, 1962 *•#** ff Mr rfidHftir: Page 3-H lllii iii!i§ si§iP ; KAIOTNLWYEAIl i i Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges oi wtc i ; R s CHARLES SEIAVITCH, President BEN GOLDFIELD, President-Elect COL. SIDNEY H. PALMER, 1st Vice-Fresident EDWARD A. STERN, Regional Vice-President PAUL SEIDERMAN, Regional Vice-President ANSEL W. WITTENSTEIN, Regional Vice-President ARTHUR PADDOR, T-easurer CHARLES SEIAVITCH, President MURRAY SKUP, Sece*a'y A MAPPY SEW YEAR TO ALL licncvolcnct i Oil \1 CABLES MIBGE X. IfflB SIDNEY SANDERS, PRESIDENT FT. LAIBERBALE LOBGE Me. 143S DR. MYRON RUBIN, PRESIDENT MIHIItl J. BALKIN LOBGE No. 2079 WALTER APFELBAUM, PRESIDENT HATIKVAH LOIMiK of .Miami llcacli No. 2:2 JOSEPH B. GORINSTEIN, PRESIDENT HOLLYWOOO-M NSIIINE LOBGE No. IMS J. LEONARD FLEET, PRESIDENT South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges OFFICERS EDWARD A. STERN, President M. J. FINEGOLD, President-Eiect ELI HURWITZ, Vice-President IRVING SCHATZMAN, Vice-President STANLEY GOLDBERG, Vice-President FRANK KERSHNER, Executive Secreiary ARTHUR HOROWITZ, Treasurer SAMUEL NEIBERG, Trustee JACK M. FINK, Trustee CHARLES SEIAVITCH, IVustee HOI lO\Y GHEETt\fiS TO ALE MIAMI BEACH LOBGE Wo. ISM THEODORE M. TRUSHIN, PRESIDENT NOHTH BABE I OIM.I No. 2043 ARTHUR HOROWITZ, PRESIDENT NORTH SHORE LOBGE No. 1744 SEYMOUR TYSON, PRESIDENT MIOLEM LOBGE No. 1021 DAVID RAYVIS, FRESIDENT Mil Til BABE I OlM.i: No. 8891 BLAIR ZIMMETT, PRESIDENT WEST MI AMI LODGE No. 2249 SAMUEL LAZER, PRESIDENT



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Friday September 23. 1962 +J*wis!h Fk-rMMsr Prr^e 11-D Morris Rosenfeld -Singer of the Ghetto By DR. BLANCHE KATZEN J EWISH folklore has always been a sincere expri siotl of the poet's deep attachment to the Jewish people arc! nas continued so to this very A, Radical labor poets, like Morris Rosenfeld. pleaded :n the r moving poems for better workins condition*. Morris Rosenfeld, 'he bard of thn sweatshops. phosi centenary of birth is celebrated all over the world, was born in Russian Poland in 1862 and received the traditional Jewish education. Restless, ni m:' to Amsterdam, from there to London, but after ;i '.ay of three years, he sailed to America at th( :-e of 20. There he slaved as a tailor in a jweatr op on Mew York's Lower East Side By chance, Prof. Weiner. of Harvard I'niverPly, Ros ll fid's poems. Deeply moved by the you R poet's pleas for better working conditionProf. Weiner translated Rosenfeld's poems Ig the author to the world at ., great literary talent. Rosenfeld's first b-nk the Ghetto," published in English met with enthusiastic reception. A Miracle Happens Ovi night, Rosenfeld became the urea' artist uhu expressed the fervent longing of the Jewish massi ompell '1 to work like slaves for ruthless employi rs in th '.r dimly lit sweatshops. In his book rhe Spirit of the Ghetto" (1902). Hutchins Hapsi^'wrote: "Rosenfeld is a thorough representative one might say victim, of the modern spirit In weary accents, he sings to the main >pint ol the Jewish slums. It is a fresh, naive note, tin pathetic cry of the bright spirit crushed in the (><.>onous air of the ghetto. In t is poem, "The Sweatshop," Rosenfeld sings af the tad working conditions and laments: Oh. herin the shop the machines roar so wildly. That oft unaware that I am, or have been I sink and am lost in the terrible tumult: And vole is my soul ... I am but a machine. I work, nd I work, and I work, never ceasing: Create and create things from morning till e'en. Per what?—and for whom?—Oh. I know not. 01 ask not; Whoev ,id of a conscious machine? ifeld's poems were translated into Eng lish i '-man and French, and sold well. The poet si mber mood is poignantly expressed re fleeting relentlessly the wretchedness of the ghetto life in Rjssia and America. In moving pathos, he desenh* the .1 irk period for the Jewish emigrant workers in thL'ni'ed States. His verses articulated it the woe and oppression of the workers Height of Fame When two aothofogtea of his translated poems appeared, literary circles in New York virtually lionmrt him and his moving poems, many of which ("came fam >us folksongs. His works were translaN-d into many languages including Jap an-'S' Yet. when he died in New York in 1923. a few days after his sixtieth birthday, he was an almost orgotten man as far as the newspapers were concerned. But he was well remembered %  >>' ordinary Jewish working men. whose cau>e he hafl c warmly made his own. Twenty thousand *Wker attended his funeral in New York. It truly visionary mood. Rosenfeld offered T .*. '4 MORRIS ROSENFELD ... no conscious machines his prophecy for the return to Zion, and he sin^s: I See happier years, and brighter morrows Dawning, .if my .lew. for thee' Hark: Your olives shall be shaken, And your citrons and your limes Killed with fragrance; God shall waken Lead you ;is in olden times. Peace shall be your lot. and still Hero hearts shall throb with gladness "Neath Moriah" silent hill. Rosenfeld's poetry will survive as an eternal stern witness of the hardships with which the emigrant Jews in sweatshops had to cope at the turn of the 19th century. Ethrog and Eden Continued from Pag* 7-0 bitterness and disappointment. "Is this my reward and recompense?" he asked Berdychever. "I have given you my ethrog. I have denied myself the pleasure of being with my family. Why am I deemed unworthy of eating in the Succah? The Mitzvah of eating in the Succah is very important in as much as this is the only precept which we fulfill with our whole body. Why then should I be made to transgress God's commandments?" With disarming gentleness the Rabbi said to him: 'This morning you gave me an ultimatum— the ethrog or a place next to me in Paradise. But I really had no choice. I could not contemplate Yom Tov without an ethrog How could I greet the saintly guests. Abraham, Isaac. Jacob. Joseph, Moses. Aaron and David, who honor us on this festival without Arbah Minim? I promised you a place next to me in Paradise and my promise I will keep If, however, you insist on eating in a Succah. you must allow me to revoke my promise." What a delimma for Reb Pinchas. Should he allow himself to be deprived of his promised reward, or should he transgress and eat outside the Succah'' It see med to Reb Pinchas that he too had no choice in the matter. I cannot Saansgress God's commandments, and I would rather forfeit my place in Paradise than eat outside the Succah. Rabbi. I wholeheartedly release you from your solemn promise. Overjoyed, Continued on Page 15-0 H^PPY NEW YEAR RE-WEAVE IT dn.'sible Re-Weaving f. Mending Co.) '753 SW 8th STREET Pi one FR 3-6090 NEW YEAR GREETINGS '3 "tars in Same location BELLE MKADi: Pickup Delivery SWU Oil CHANGE 7601 BISCAYNE BLVD. Adjacent to tka Chancery PI 1-9368 E. STRECKER Truck Body Builders 724 N. W. Hat Street Greetings from JIMMIES BEER — WINE "Beit Hamburgers in Town' Jimmie & Nat 369 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 4-9830 A Happy New Year to All M. Glenn Tuttle • %  USINESS INSURANCE SPECIALIST 212 tiscayne Blvd. Holiday Greetings to All ELECTRONIC EQIIPMEXT COMPANY 2701 N.W. 42nd Avenue Phone NE 5-0421 Miami Fla. THAf ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AMY ENJOY A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE VI I-1 ST FAMILY and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 3S1 S.W. 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Tape 8-D +Je*isf fh ridfiari Friday. September 28, 1962 TO ALL CUR F^ EMS AND CUSTC'E-5 WE .'. SH ~ HAPP • NEW YEAR "Art" — •Murray" — "Nat" COULTON BROTHERS SERVICE STATION & GARAGE Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. THE FABR FAMILY EXTENDS NEV\ -EAR GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY SEASCNS GREETINGS To All Our Friends and Patron* W. .1. I-H JIT General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD TO ALL GREETINGS F. W. WOOLWORTHS YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT A WOOLWORTH STORE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED F. W. WOOLWORTHS 410 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO IT'S HENRICI'S IN NEW YORK IT'S LINDY'S IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S HOI IJI'S RESTAURANTS 195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS LANGFORD BLDG. 121 S.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Phone FR 3-2933 Aice R. Langs-i, Wgr. BEST WISHES FCR THE HOLIDAYS OIIIVN BAKERY 955 Washinat.a |MM MIAMI BEACH Pkn Jl 14143 A.Happy New Year tc Cor Customers and Friends PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON. IXC. 1637 Waahington Av. (at Lincoln Rot.) Miami Beach JE 6-1665 Since the inception of the Israel Bond drive in 1951, annual industrial production has nearly quadrupled, passing the SI, 100.000.000 level in 1961. Israel Bond funds have enabled Israel to bring her total employment about 700,000. with more than 165,000 working in industry. Shown above are top left to right) the Frutarom electiochemic; plant in Acre and sulphuric acid plant at -..> Tirana copper refinery. Bottom (left to ri: it are scenes in the power plant ct Ashccd ^nd the steel plant at Acre. New Year and New Milestone for Israel By DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ Vice President, Israel Bond Organiiation IN the year that has just ended. Israel made important progress in the arena of world affairs. In terms of its economic positon. an event of major significance was the termination of the US technical assistance program in Israel giving formal endorsement of the fact that it had ceased to be an "undeveloped nation." At the same time. Israel entered into many new agreements for technical aid to emerging nations of Asia and Africa which offered additional evidence of its meteoric advance in the fields of economic, social and scientific growth. Throughout the year, there were important signs of a new status for Israel among the nations of the world, commanding the recognition and admiration that go with signal success in democratic development. There is now universal agreement that Israel has become a viaible state and that it has thereby laid to rest doubts going back to the pre-statehood days when "viability" was a key question in the considerations of a Jewish slate. Visionary Experience Today, as we begin a new year, Israel stands (>n the threshold of another vital phase in its victorious struggle for economic independence. In May. 1951 the State of Israel embarked on a new venture known as Israel Bonds. In that year, it floated Its fir-t bond issue in the United StateIn May. 1963. the first Israel Independence Savin.Bonds will reach maturity. The tinning ef the redemption of these Bonds, wihc A ill be paid in full, together with the accrued ir -rest, by the Government of Israel, represents ai itstandmg milestone in Israel's economic comi : ic( That Israel has reached this milone oc casions no surprise tdoay. Yet what we ow take for granted concerning Israel was quire revolutionary or visionary only ten or twelve .. iars ago. It is hard to believe that the idea of Israel Bonds encountered so much skepticism in 1950 at many economic experts in Israel and in the I'mted States warned Prime Minister Ben-Guri: i against the project, or that so many well-meani'i: people predicted itsfailure after it was launch-: in the united States It does not seem possible; yet in taOse early days when Israel's economy was being taken tc its foundations by an overwhelming flood of immigration, the Israel Bond issue was regarded by some as merely another form of philanthropy masquerading as a "loan or investment." \t that time, it was difficult to associate Israe with investment without being greeted with T3 i eyebrows. Today, investment in Israel \t no longer .' farfetched notion, but a routine W ntept t al is attracting an ever widening circle ui business interests in the United States and ether parts of the world. This radical change is due to the remarkable strides of Israel's economy durin decade. Since 1951 Israel wai able to %  e In large-scale agricultural and industrial develoi ... result of the stead) flow <; substjuti.il cap67th & Colli %  % Mr. Pumpernik sez: ^* A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO 1 wmm\k af RESTAURA ns 126th St. & Biscay ne Ml ft N T Blvd. New Year Greetings to All J. B. FORD CO. 1774 West Flagler Street FR 9-3508 SEASON'S GREE T N G5 NORTH SHORE GARAGE 7110-7118 ABBOTT AVE. MIAMI BEACH UN 6-9171 Year Ieterite Make Air-Cena'ifionina /nsMllee\ tepoirca" Reehar-erf STANDARD Oil PRODUCTS JOHHNY JOHMCN EXPERT MECHANICAL WORK



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\lr.ii September 28. 1S62 •> is%*ut Thrkti/W) Page 7-A 'Commonweal' Defends Jewish Right | the jiiii li<-:il pr<>cess NEW yoRK - ly m n T,,c ', v publication, in a special 16' ( jue. for the second time jJk sharp issue with contrary views expressed by a Jerail perI ,,„.,, America." which attractI ,,• widespread attention and comI n' nl •America." in Sept i editorial I ;i warning thai Jewish I the fight against prayer. jr Ih( schools, a court battle which ill, a Supreme Court nil1,.! June banning a Regents ,.\,. Sev, York state public might evoke anu Semitic mong Catholics Subse, jesuil weekly denied !,.,! to -threaten" Amer. hut maintained its basic The I6page Sept. 28 "CommonMtlth' said the issue was de. : -ed 'o deal wifh "unfortunate cr muddled thi-iking abo-jt the rele of Jews in American society. The issue included a statement erltled "A Word to Catholics." by the publication's managing editor, James O'Gara, who declared that "The Jew has to be perfectly free to argue for this or that constitutional or political position to his heart's content, whether we agree or not. For the s.ike of discussion, say that every Jew in the country wants prayers e'iminated from the public school. It is their right to argue for their convictions." He added he could see no justification for MIL.LI sting, as the •America" i rliti i ial did. that Jewish support I'M Midi legal struggli woul l l< a case ol Jew s painting themselves "into a corner of social and cultural alienation It was (he second editorial dissent bj %  Commonwealth To clarify mar.:-. "Commonwealth" dei n % %  : had obtained < ontributu i> :: %  lour It Jews and oi Cat hoi i< -. Cruise.. 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AWAY BY "EXPRESS" BOATS CRIGINAL "PROVE*" BIMINI CRUISE • DON'T ACCEPT A SUBSTI1 CALL ANYTIME FOR RESERVATIONS GROUP RATES • ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISING PLANS FR 1-4802 WOULD'S FASTEST, SAFEST PASSENGER 10ATS AMEHICAN FLAGSHIPS WAND NEW VESSELS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FO GULFSTHEAM RADA*. ~W\r TO SHORE RADIO "ON TIME" SCHEDULE DOTY-FREE SHOPPING FREE LAYOVER PRIVILEGE GUARANTEED: A SMOOTHER CROSSING AND MORE TIME ON IIMINI THAN YOU GET WITH ANY OTHER BOAT CO-. Btport Mloml r Miom; E"C C of C Cctkt C-PoM P.oio M.cmi Beocli Ctntaw. M.ol FLORIDA BAHAMAS LINES Dupont Plaa Hotel FR 1-1436 %  The contributors were Rabbi Arthus Hertzberg. chairman of th'> Social Action Committee of the Synagogue Council of America.; Rabbi M. M. Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe; David Danzig, program director of the American Jewish Committee; M D. Zeik. professor of history at Marymount College; and Arthur A Cohen, author and director of the religii department of Holt, Rimhart and Winston Rabbi Hertzberg suggested skepticism a.to whether the anycr in some Catholic quarters was actually occasioned by the ban on the i riel Regents prayer He sai.l he lilt the real issue was "the ere.' problem" of the future financing <<: Catholic parochial schools. Rabbi Schneerson avoided all reference fo the Supreme Court prayer ruling controversy. His cortribution was a plea for federal aid to religious schools, which he said would not violate the principles of church and state separation. He noted that precedents for such aid already existed in free transportation to religious school pupils, feed surpluses fe such schools, and other such i trovers; ad caus v: rii an Jews :<> i sk thi ...,,vhether thi > wi m tti d to pi rtii ipi ati i nd mpetiti thi the same rights as Pr istants i %  ics the fact that • %  c r pressures Massachusetts ad res -. : slature's ret : elaws That i ei flrVV Swim Brunch im • Post and \ is the Jewish War \ • .... im br inch S at UM I • o t el LKJ lm\ llljCs IC i hen declared that a Jew could •^ b" not effectively political" if merit would have permitted Sabpolitical realism required accomfcatarians to keep their businesses modating to politics "which is open Sundays if they closed Satur-1 Christian" or to a society "whose days. He said this was a case of ethos, principles and conduct are Catholics using legislative pres-1 Christian." "1 J %  SHERATON IIOTEIKONFIRM BOTH ROOM IT'S DONE VIA SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! 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Ljoy, September 28. 1962 +Jewlst Fk>rkiiaw Page 9-E roupl" unhjuelj I School. ,1 ;h. I with till .3lem so bimseU : Mi • imnal '• II) Dr. K:. !-••• East •• rersit) • ie l • %  %  I-'. h his academic achievement, make him qualified to direct the Paul Baerwald >r. Katz started out studying chemistry brew L'niversity, but work he was doing linquent children in the slums of Jerunterested him that he decided to devote this field entirely. of the scholarship recipients of the Najncil cf Jewish Women are on the facPaul Baerwald School. "So much so," erted, "that while the school is supine American J*oint Distribution Comis the N'CJW that staffs it." inow the first country in the Middle as J school of social work at the uniel, .'.J matter of fact, it is only in Stal and Canada that this subject tl is academic stage All of the social that exist elsewhere in the world are rs result of the complexity of life great influx in immigration, with tgether with the backlog of ';. cared for. makes the mental health program a primary concern for the government. "Take one of the Moroccan Jews coming from the MeUah." Dr. Katz went on. -suddenly his whole world has toppled He was used to being the tinquestioned master of his house in his own land. The woman in the house was secondary. In Israel, while he is untrained for work, his wife can go out and earn money as a housekeeper. He is told thai she is his equal. All his known patterns of existence are suddenly obsolete. As a result, the integration of the men from these North African countries is extreme difticult. And this is but one example." Israel has been beset by staggering health problems—tuberculosis, trachoma, skin diseases. Now they are all under control and some are extinct. With the help of such able men as Dr. Israel Katz, under whose helm so many preventative measures can be taught and put into practice, there is hope thai this cancerous area in 1st tel life will soon be brought under control. Africans in Israel are Forging New Links I G hi %  the fan ed li %  %  |. %  A%  intii %  • s'jmmei CW.r.jtd from Page 5-E it th -re to learn large scale poul13 v ere not content to restrict on!; I this, but were eager to help on enerai, disregardig any fixed times ,>ll sorts of odd jobs, without being askN'athanya ORT school, which was estabnver ton years ago in 1931. the Africans • a student body of some 1.300. Here metal work, precision mechanics, elecii s, iST i mechanics, etc rywnere i:i Israel, the school itself is •Ij being enlarged and construction work all the time. When I was there in the last j jr. an electronics and research wing costing [£32,000 was under construction, while a further extension which will cost the same amount, was already in the planning stage The Nathanya Municipality and the Association of Israeli Manufacturers are sharing the running costs between them When Jacob Oleiski. the director of Israel ORT, showed me round the building, he recalled with pride the progress ORT had made during the time he had been associated with it. Back in the twenties, he founded an ORT school in his native Lithuania: he carried on the work when, during the Nazi period, he found himself first in the ghetto and. later, in a concentration .amp, and he was on the spot when ORT resumed its training program in the D.P. camps in Germany, immediately after the war. When ORT opened up in Israel in 1949, he was appointed director. In a little over ten years the network ot ORT schools in Israel has increased its annual intake to more than 10.000, three quarters of them full-time students. May?; Mid-St menu. the k Dovei 2nd t econceconoV.VQ m of Memphis. Term., sits beside the Quean in a Sabra Sports Car -ctured in Israel and exhibited at ::el Pavilion in the Fair. Consul :oks on (right). "We try to promote :oura7e trade relations and joint -.c ventures between individuals or ic enterprises Ln the the two respec-ntries." A Consul's Function Continued from Page 3-E joint ventures between this consulate and Jewish communal activities in Greater Miami in the future. I would like it to be known that an Israel Consulate is at the service of the Miami public and community, although for reason of geographical convenience my office is located in Atlanta. Erev Rosh Hashona On the eve of the year 5723. I extend, on behalt of my government, the members of the consulate Staff and myself, wholehearted good wishes for a year of good health and happiness to each one of you Individually; for a year of new peaks of achievement in American Jewry's and Israel's joint efforts to gather and absorb productively in Israel the many immigrants from different lands; for a year in which the newly-emerging Jewish consciousness and cultural awakening will make further advances; for a year that will bring greater security and economic strength to the State of Israel; and. finally, tor a year in which world peace will be secured for our own and the coming generations. IN wishing you a happy New Year, The Herald hopes for you every possible blessing that the New Year can bring t$ite ^uttm Mtxalb FLORIDA'S MOST COMMITS NEWSPAPM HAPPY NEW YEAR PARTY TIME DIVISION OF ACADEMY CHAIR RENTING CO. INC. 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Electrical Contractors 4050 N.W. 29th STREET MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS... T. V. SCOTT LAND CLEARING COMPANY BuMsiiiiiU— iKcavaring—Wrecking— Crane Service 7143 N. AT*. Phone PL 4-8733 TO AIL SEASON'S BEST WISHES MR. ami MRS. ALBERT GOODSTEtN nd FAMILY 245 m HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL SCOTTUE QUALITY CLEANERS 59rh STKEET Ph. PL 9-2324



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Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, September 28. 1962 Section C ; 5 7 2 3 Symbol* of tho twotve tribal on a cord printed in Isroel. The Toroh. fc^fcc?' **5§ The custom of tahilkh ( observed on the .first day of on Haihanon, it bated on a ver*o in Micoh: cot all their tint into the depth* of th eo." Thi* new


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Fcge 8-C +Jewish fhridkir Friday. September 28, 19C2 TO ALL GREETINGS DIRR'S GOLD SEAL MEATS INC IT'S MADE IN MIAMI "THAT'S WHY IT'S FRESH" 5010 47 YOUR FAVORITE STORE 1177 N.W. SIst Street PL 8-0573 GREETINGS PRECISION OPTICAL REPAIR CO. Binocular—Microscope—Telescope REPAIR SPECIALISTS HERBERT BOEHAAKE, Manager 2221 Coral Way HI 5-1661 "Fossey" Outstanding Name in Miami Real Estate Since 1906 RALPH FOSSEY REALTOR South Miami, Florida 7500 RED ROAD SOUTH MIAMI 43, FLORIDA MOhawk 1-5303 LANG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC. ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK PL 8-1009 PL 1-2878 Established 1939 430 N.W. 79th Street GR E E T I N G S HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue THE BEST OF FOODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE Air Conditioned — Popular Prices — Ample Parking GREETINGS Lehnhard-Burgess Corporation Insurance Adjusters All UNli f OR THf COMPANIES 1400 N.W. 36th STREET, Suite 211 Ph. NE 3-9541 TO ALL GREETINGS THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOODSMAIX, JR. tM NE. 124th St. North Miftftii Phone PL 4-0415 TOALI, SEASON'S BEST WISHES JOHN F. All.ISO\ SEASON' S GREETINGS FROM Moore Pipe & Sprinkler Co. 3240 NW 27th AVE. Ph. NE 4-5541 Outline map shows in shaded areas the present members of the European Community. Countries which have applied for membership or association are shown in white and bordered by solid lines, according tc the European Community Information Service in Washington, D.C. But Israel, not shown, has also applied. "On it hinges Israel's ability to maintain and wider, ts export markets ... So far. the talks .-.eld between Israel and Euromart official, proved inconclusive ." BOLD AND DECISIVE STEPS TO MEET CURRENT NEEDS Since Last Rosh Hashona in State of Israel By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN Jerusalem I OOKING back at the year 5722. one may find it difficult to point to any single event which had left an outstanding mark on the Israel scene, which may represent an achievement by itself. It is the characterise of normalcy that events are spread over the various and manifold fields of a nation's life. Yet, the passing year may prove to have been one of the fateful year* in the country's short history. It was a year which brought forth the need for a new look •( Israel's economy and which, with the firing of the rockets by Egypt, added a new dimension to Israel's security problem. Israel took bold and decisive steps to meet the changing scene of the European economy, domin ated by the Common Market. These steps included the devaluation of the pound and the taking of manifold steps aimed at halting the inflationary trend on the one hand and bolstering efficiency, output and exports on the other. The New Economic Policy introduced by the Government, embodying all th


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_T_ Page 4-A vjewlstncridton Friday. September 28, 1962 OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Stieet Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 -Jewish Flaridian Bccond-ClaM Postage The Jew 5 % unit) %  — %  8h Fioridian hM_aM^tht ,'h. Jtwtah weekly. V,"|tr or t e cf N ftatney, Seven A-ts Feature Sy"oic. : '' 0r .ndth. HO M : Ens' ff-Je* :-h \?*?Pacer. and the F FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO • MLNDLIN E xecutive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — T Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent 1 r %  = pTl'ON R T E S : '%  <"' s ; J .. Tor urR< The Outgoing Year 5722 in n kj' What was the outgoing Hebrew Year 5722 thai the v:c:ld he nearly j hio d £ JJjJjJ image was a world yet to be. like? It was a year like ether years, but with these difierences: gill in Buenos Aires and the youth terrorized by ...u„t >\^a-r tnrmentors aid bill that economic assistance would be denied any nation whose laws tend to discriminate against our citizens on the basis of race or religion; to urge the Kennedy Administration to take more positive measures in the matter of fulfilling the President's 1960 campcign promises concerning peace in the Middle East: to ameliothe kind of atmosphere that motivate : the U.S. delegation at the United Nasion to -9 occ id Israel-Arab peace talks; to into a reexaminc: on oi : particularly cs jl rel • 11 : er. New York Rep %  n q the closing days of lo President Kenr.e: • Israel is the only democi Id being denied the 1 jn arms in self-defense. I:, que to millin Cairo President Nasse. wly-acquainted Soviet jets. tan. ma: c: missiles, and promisee .: uii be used --• one final round against Israel. For the Jewish community of Greater M what did 5722 bring? The outgoing %  ': i mecnt big things, particularly in the of civil liberties. In a sensational disclosure Tccuara-prototype ganas what their tormentors On the world scene. Jewish communities Wj &*,£* they wUl reply: "It was m re Attorneys office of Richard E. found themselves on the move onceoqa^ P£ for ^ deQ h of Adoi{ Eichma nn. ^J £ ^ ^ hcd 'HT^MO^J far hena ^fe^^ Thus ended an earth-shaking case that be^ to the 1950 e „orism ed by the MoslemsJr bemg J 0, h Iew>sh and ^ whgn ^^j lted P Qt ^ ^ Q{ ^ European, left their^g!""^ 1 ns ^ np h r m b d y !" Lrmanr. out ci Argentina to cause an m.erna. rch one ot a tno oi me:; L tens of thousands, abandomng P'ooerty^ bus ^nmanr 1 y ^ ^.^ ^ whc ^^ ^ittlC-^SaKl Th e ^ nd0 ^^^ras^ pUd/pr. 28 dynamiting of Anshe S variety of welfare agencies, they would have that ££*^ ^serve a^ Congregate ^Xlfway^ss the globe in South Amer, ^^tTt^^Z SENSATIONAL DISCLOSURES HERE ca, particularly in Argentina, Jews there found ^ ^^ aaQmaX (he noisv mobs genera e d by themselves threatened as they had never been ^ „o 0 .F a scist and neo-Nczi activities oi rejuverature found at his home, "stormt.-cope: In addition to George Lincoln Rcc .-:.• %  memseives uuvunuwu "= •"=> *" %  *" **""~ ".", ;t and neo-Nazi activities 01 rejuvera ture found at his home, "stormticope: before in the Western Hemisphere. Outright ena)ed Sir 0swa ld Mosley in Great Britain durua \ s and general "Minute Man" gecr. also found anti-Semitic attacks against them saw police and ^^ ^ of ^ Qrch nva] ^ u i„ a r ight-wmgwas c file on lews. Negroes, alleged Communother government authorities only lethargically -a %  sensationa i p i ans to assassinate a government authorities only lemargicaiiy ^ Co [ in Jordan ists and sensational pi move to sque ch the outrages even as a re• world hea dlines were the folnumber of distinguished Greater Miami Jewish spectable | number oi official statements were is^^J^^J^ ^ mdet ^ ^ ^ lea ders. including States Attorney Gerstein, sued deploring the attacks. parlance IszaeVs devaluation of the pound; himself. rw Prime Minister Ben-Gurions diplomatic tour During 5722. Miami was also honored beaten, and left bleeding on the streets. One £ coun J es wihch un with a v f si b y Nazi Party Fuehrer Rockwell, rout in Denmark, who came down personally "to investigate' the young'girl, under twenty, had swastikas cut through the Scandinavian into her breasts. /j-*~ £*^ l&t^V*. Jews ineWcome .0 IsBranch case. In a parallel occurrence, two htna Wa rele3 1Z SvnLoaues 9 and Jewish bu" ^a preceden.-making world conference on Nazis, who had arrived too late to picket a gatherness^ tes we bZ^^LdaLedandZJewish education in Jerusalem, during which the ,ng here of the Congress of Racial Equality. p,c SS4S^A^SoJ^S? '£*£ Point was made that the study of Hebrew and keted the Florida office, of the AnU-Defamauon nmnnLtinn Tnruarabecame increasinalv 'he Bible remain the two most important links League instead. The duo: Roger C. Foss and SazeTaTusing See?"fighTs C rd is^ng wTbetween Israel and the diaspora; the return of Gene Shalander still doing time for the ruckus ings in the name of all the anti-Semitic incidents Yossele Schumacher from his stay in Willthey raised on W Flagler st that had thus far been perpetated. lamsburgh, Brooklyn, where he had been kidIn the closing hours of 5722. a South Miami napped by presumably well-meaning relatives, judge, Edwin Strickland, won a temporary injuncen UT cni/ICT fllCfPI lATfflM on tne g roun< ^ ^o' his parents would not protion denying the county commission the right to ILtNl WVItl UMKimMnilvn y de hjm with Q .. properly Orthodox" upbringinvestigate charges that he had been guilty of The Hebrew Year 5722, also like years past, ing; Israel's frustrated attempt to affiliate with making anti-Semitic statements in his courtroom. saw continuing complaints lodged at the United the European Common Market. And Miami attorney Sidney Aronovitz. disNations and directly with the Soviet Union on And, to climax the year in Israel, another tinguished nephew of another distinguished the increasing oppression the Jewish communfront page story: the travels of one. Robert SobAronovitz — Abe — was appointed to take up ity there seems to be suffering. "Economic len. as a member of the Miami City Commission crimes against the state" found an ever-lengthwhere outgoing Vice Mayor Balaban will leave ing number of Jews on the Communist list for yijf RlflMMNTS Of EXTRADITION off Oct. 1. prosecution and punishment. To counteract the But if this was the sensational side of the charges, the Russian masters angrily pointed to What is the Law of Return, and to whom ed |here were o(her eyents recorded per haps the intellectual Soviet elite, counting off the shall it apply? This is the legacy of the SobJews who have made a name for themselves in len case f r 5723. A convicted Communist spy, the arts, sciences, and politics. 'he American psychiatrist jumped SI00.000 bail To clinch their case, they named a Jew. in early July and fled to Israel Thus began wel ab ^ ve 2QQ aunched an r s80 0.000 capital Dymshits. as Soviet deputy premier, but remaina three-nation ug of war. including the U.S fund driye tQ nd me Home s nationa i ly ed silent when the challenging explanations Israel and Great Britain, in which there was much famous facilities. Under the aegis of the Greater were raised by world Jewry in return: What quiet ^'P' 0 !" ^-^^ name-calling in the Miami Jewish Federation, the Home moved quick kind of Jews are they, these Russian Jews, who P res s and on the iloor of the Congress, have made it in the tricky twilight realm of the Prime Minister Ben-Gurion said the Law of Kremlin? There was no answer needed. For. Return should not apply to men like Soblen. for on the occasion of Passover 5722. the producB was never meant to be a sanctuary for crimtion of matzoh sharply curtailed, the Reds also inals Ousted from Israel, Dr. Soblen made a put an across the board ban on the shipment Y pendent upon yo^ on your in,,, In Israel, the principal news, as in previous or in any country offering it to him Czecho5' your de ?' ca "*nd on your loyalty. years, remained the fantastic progress being vakia was one such-Soblen found his possTbu' th„ F A *.rec rded were 9 a,ns T" Mt made by the young nation to upbuild its lands, ities exhausted and his emotions in lu f % Federation agencies here, including Minatural resource., and industries. But other dition. An overdose of ^^161 KhtT ^' na ^P^'Greater Miami Jewish Commun events took the lead on front pages of the press case to a close. nrougnt the ity Center, Bureau of Jewish Education. Jewisn everywhere. What kind of year was the n,,t !" ,n u ^ oca,lonal Service. Jewish Family and Children* In the outgoing Hebrew Year 5722. Adolf brew Year 5722 for American lewrv' h Servic e. and National Council of Jewish Wc y. was all in addition to a host of in smaller type yet of far larger positive consequence. The Jewish Home for the Aged, moving to up its restricted bed capacity from 135 to ly to gather the funds and launch the project. THE MANY GAINS RECORDED For its own part, the Federation emerged Eichmann, notorious Nazi architect of the Gera year of continuing dedication local organizations man murder of six million Jews, went to the galendeavor throuqh the United Tew?^ i a n,hr0 P ,c affiliated with a variety of civic, phfianthrc rea J ~.v^. .... an d cultural bodies rooted in national and I cause-.


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fxiday, September 28, 1962 vJwlstrfrridlfon The difference between him and the old!; me r was the difference between stoic and heroic, tetween fate and faith. That '.inter, a decision was made to diversify the activities in the new settlement. From a purely aericultural set-up. it would henceforth go in for light industry as well. First the shops had to te built. It was the hardest work Saul had ever done At the end of each, day, £is muscles ached. dif fingers had splinters and his heart was happy. When the machinery arrived and was being installed. Saul studied the lathes and drills. As a vouth in Vilna. he had brought home a metal runch and a screwdriver that he had made in the school's machine shop. He wasn't surprised, therefore, when the instructor from Tel Aviv began their training by having them make a metal punch and a screwdriver. Training Period In his eagerness to demonstrate his rudimentarv knowledge. Saul skinned his knuckles on the lathe but kept on smiling. When he was tempering the blade of the screwdriver and shaping it on lie grindstone, he let his forefinger get too close. At Ihe instructor was applying an antiseptic to the finger, Saul almost passed out. but he kept cr, smilinu weakly. The training period lasted three weeks, after vhich Saul and his co-workers were able to set up production on a modest basis. Gradually, they idded new items to their "line" of metal products. The settlement's industrial venture was beginnint: :o pay off To Saul, the whine of the metal-cuttine machine and the rhythmic turning of the :£lhe> were a concerto of achievement. When the second Rosh Hashona arrived, the old-timer announced that he would be moving on. A year before. Saul would have felt rudderless at the prospect of the oldtimer's departure. If they into words. Mostly what the oldtimer had done *a to believe in them. Now, another batch of immigrantneeded him. Saul and Dvora and the ethers understood. Poge 11-E Joseph Meyerhoft of Baltimore (left), general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. F'esents an ancient Hebrew oil lamp award 10 former Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg (center 1 and a silver Israeli menorah oward to Leonard Ratner. of Cleveland ujght), for "outstanding service to the Jewish community" during the outgoing Hebrew Year 5722. Presentation was at the 24th ennual conference of the UJA in New York, which adopted a 1962 goal of S95 million £i worldwide Jewish needs, including a -J5 million special fund to finance immigTa"on to Israel. As the products of the settlement's industry hart hecn will received on the loeal market it was decided to expand production for the exprtrt market. When they went over the plans for enlarging the factory and buying additional machinery, thev were a bit shaken by the amount of capital required, and for a while they were at a loss as to how to proceed. By making inquiries at the various government offices, they learned that they were eligible for an allocation from Israel Bond funds through the loan provisions of the development budget Apparently those who purchased the bonds believed in the people of Prael. It was almost like h;:vinu the old-timer back again. Time Passes Th ( fi:;tory was expanded, production was increased and now there was a special crating section where the finished products were packed for export. Every time Saul passed this section, where the crates were being stamped "Products of Isreal "• he felt like pinching himself to prove it wasn't a dream. Several years went by. Occasionally, Saul and Dvora received a letter from the oldtimer. The last letter had been from Dimonah. where a large number of immigrants were building their homes out of stones in the area He wrote that Golda Meir had taken part in the dedication of the school for the new community, where the newworkers would be employed in the phosphate mines and processing center nearby. The oldtimer predicted that more and more people would be settled in the Negev. In June 1960. Saul and Dvora and their daughter, now 18. celebrated their tenth anniversary in Israel. It was also a send-off party for the daughter, who was due for her two years of military service in the women's army corps. There was a long letter from the oldtimer that day. You could tell from the shaky handwriting that the old man was not well. Recalling his prediction about the settling of the Negev, the old-timer wrote that now things were really happening With the help of Israel Bonds, five new towns would soon rise in various parts of the desert, combining agriculture and industry, to absorb the rising tide of immigrants. One of the first of these towns would be Arad. in the vicinity of the Dead Sea potash works and the natural gas fields of Zohar. A New Year "I rtii Id be the last person to minimize what has a been done in Israel." the oldtimer wrote. "Nevertheless, 1 consider this new stage of pioneerii g the most important in our country's history. W< are a growing people and our gates arc always open We must realize that our future lies in the Xegev. We cannot hide our heads in the sand; we must learn to live on it. My dear friends, that is why I decided to go to Arad. But the doctors say I'm sick They won't let me go. Saul, you know what it means to be an immigrant in a new settlement. 1 am not asking anything for myself, but only for them, the newcomers. They reed an 'old-timer' like you. Please go in my place. But remember, don't try to do everything for them: let them skin their knuckles, let them make their mistakes, let them be pioneers." At dinner that evening. Saul seemed preoccupied, only half-hearing Dvora'.comments about the cay's doings. After the meal, he re-read the oldtimer's letter. As if he were answering the oldtimerpica. Saul said simply. "I'm going." Dvora looked up from her knitting. She was Continued on Page UE HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL MI'S NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE CO. l N.t. 79* St., Miami oe: 7.2551 Honty Coldtttim *>• Stfevra RIGHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 EHagler Street "•ONI n J-2197 Holiday Greetings to All CRUZ STUDIO "HAND PAINTED PORTRAITS" 6741 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Ph. 864-3961 GREETINGS SUZANNE'S DOWNTOWN MASSAGE STUDIO Open 10 A.M. 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Page 16-D Jen isf ftcridfiar Friday, September 25 Predictions of Jewish Trends in America Continued from Page ID next ten years. This, on the one hand, poses the likelihood that Dr. Eisenstein. a relatively young man. will be present at that time for a review of his estimates—should any churlish auditor have kept book that long. On the other, ten years is close enough for a reasonably credible projection of the present situation which will give birth to that luture. Dr. Eisenstein said he was limiting his pro jections to "realistic goals, realistic achievements." starting with the reasonable expectation that Israel would barring international disaster—achieve a large aaeasure of self-sufficiency by 1972 When this happens, he suggested, energies and resources would -be released "for Zion to bring to transfer itself into a spiritual center for the entire Jewish people" Dr. Eisenstein saw possibilities of arrangements by which practically every young Jew would be able to afford at least one visit to Israel and conventions and conferences held in Israel would become the order of the day. Growing Resentment Another realistic goal projected by the Reoonstructionist was "a genuine revival of interest m Jewish education at all levels.*' He saw the possibility of Jewish day schools doubling in number. The introduction of closed circuit television "could bring expert teaching within the reach of additional thousands." Dr. Eisenstein conceded that the "prevailing custom of glorifying the Bar Miizvah as the culminating moment of Jewish studies shows little sign of abating." But he insisted also that there was a "growing resentment" in the American Jewish community against the "vulgarization" of the Bar Mitzvah. He foresaw the possibility that "with rabbis and educators acting in concert," higher standards could be enforced for pre and post-Bar Mitzvah training He cited the "growing emphasis upon high school Jewish studies." He made the flat assertion that the greatest progre>s in Jewish education was likely to come on the university level Noting that a growing number of chairs of Judiac studies were beini set up in colleges, he said more of them could be established. The significance of the impact of such courses on Jewish college students he spell ed out this way: "When young Jews, of their free will and on a mature level, begin to explore the treasures of Jewish literature and begin to appreciate the total phenomenon of Jewish civilization through the ages, they are likely to incorporate what they learn into their future lives." He predicted that "as the welfare state assumes more and more responsibility for those needs of the citizenry which they have in common, more and more private Jewish funds will be made available for those unique interests which Jews alone share Conceding that much money continues to be poured into "sectarian charities." he insisted that "with the proper appeal to Jewish public opinion, the emphasis in Jewish communal support could be shifted to education and culture." More Intensively Jewish Similarly, without predicting that it would necessarily happen. Dr. Eisenstein argued that the growth of religious denominationism among Jews "could be mitigated by increased cooperation and coordination of effort." Citing the Synagogue Council of America, the National Community Relations Advisory Board and the Chaplaincy Commission of the Jewish Welfare Beard. Dr. Eisenstein said that there was no reason why "with some prodding." the leaders could not be persuaded to intensify their effectiveness by consolidating their efforts in other areas. TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS AND THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY We Extend ALL GOOD WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR Victor R. Conn ACME SUPPLY COMPANY JE 8-7255 # HAPPY NEW YEAR We would like to take this time to thank our many friends lor their kind patronage and wish one and alt Good Fortune during the coming New Year. STEVtNS MARKE1S *fT • T T : "The great sh.of.ir i> sounded ..." Cod of our fathers. Almighty God? A? W4 3 forth from Thy sacred House. ftick to our homes and the ones we love. Back to our tasks that the morrow brings, Ofjac UJ forgiveness, O God of love. Humbly wo pray in the gathering dusk. Men us, O lord, with a year ol life. Health and achievement and heart's content, Hope and abundance and wise pursuits. Peace and tranquility. fiend lo our land, Peace for all Israel and all mankind. P'tlfc H-jMty Prayer Book. SiLWUfA" T* MOTO* COMMNV — %  .ft mt inm i n, *!


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F?ce &^J +Jeni$f fhridinr Friday. September 28, | 962 TEMPLE EMANU-EL extends wishes for a ntost Joyous ^ lew LJear to all The Sisterhood The Perfect Circle The Brotherhood The Forty-Niners The P.T.A. The Temple Emanu-EI Players and all affiliated Youth Groups GREETINGS: In this Year of Redemption, may we take this opportunity of extending Very Best Wishes for the New Year to each and every one of you! On behalf of the Israel Bond Committee of Greater Miami, we want to express our gratitude for the support given in this area to the State of Israel Bond Program during the past year. The New Year. 5723 offers Miami's Jewry an appropriate opportunity to rededicate itself towards the historic task of helping to make Israel's second decade one of unparalled progress and development, through the purchase of Israel Bonds. May Good Health and Prosperity be your reward in the New Year. SAMUEL FRIEDLAND, Chairman GREATER MIAMI ISRAEL BOND ORGANIZATION '•'''-' T HE NEW M MG FULFILLMENT OF YOUR NOBLEST H •' %  %  PEACE TO ALL MANKIND Rabbi Mordecai Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown TEMPLE JUDEA 320 PALERMO AVENUE Coral Gables Liberal-Reform Congregation CANTOR and MRS. H. MARCHBEIN-MARBINY Now porrrvv-n? revdents of Miami Beach, ^/ish all their friends a Happy New Year P.OB. 452, Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 538-5852 THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB Wishes All Their Members and Friends A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MAX GARSHAG, President "L'SHANA TOVA U'MASUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA. The Rabbi, Officers and Members of TEMPLE EMANU-EL, FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. Our Jewish Family and Children's Service By MRS BURTON D. GOLDSTEIN, President Jewish Family and Children's Service IT'S DIM *r. easy mar.er to decide how to tell the .-irj of a year in the life of a family agency such as the Jewish Family and Children's Ser We could present statistics. We could, for example, point to the fact that we provided pro. ;na! casework services to almost 1.700 families last vear. which is nearly double the number ients ^e helped only five years ago. Stalls r are cold facts and only tell one part • : the Mory. We could give ca-h Family and Children's Service JFCS is a voluntary, non-profit social service agency, supported primarily through the United Funds of Dade and Broward counties, the Greater MRS. BUKTON GOlCSTfv Miami J<\vish Federation, arc! •;-.< JewiFed* ration of Hollywood. Our services vided on the basis of need. There is fee scale for those persons able to pay percent of our families pay ftts The a: lends its professional casework *ervictJewish communities of Dade and Browar through three offices: the main office, 1 Miami, and two district offices unlies Ja'.ed in Beach i ram Jewish Family and Children's Service offers lege the sanctity of home cr.c chi many facuhes for Greater Miamians. from the above photo show?. JFCS n, marital counseling to adoption, ass ls tance problem daily, and offer' s pre to the aged and homemaker programs. There best to knit the schisms where poss is nothing like a disturbed marriage to chalMR. AND MRS. LEO MINDLIN and SONS, JEREMY and JACOB .'• sh Their Relatives and Frie c: BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder and Children •I. Louis. Maurice .leffrv. Jonathan Mark and Ethel Mary TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Exte: Its Men.bers cm,; i for :: Happy N. • JONAH r. CAPIAN 'job' CHARllS ROIlNflERG, Pr*M* ttrs /eoh Geri" frw S'sterhoc: Kcrtrcn Geldt<-" rW. Men's Clus Ricci fart! Pres. l'S <. %  :



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ROBERTS Your School Board Member In the Important Field of Civil Liberties By MILTON FRIEDMAN Washington T HE ie?pest inteefaith tensions to emerge in the last year arose from the Supreme Court decision that held prayers in public school* to be unconstitutional. Emotions unleashed by the decision affected American Jewry far more than the 1954 Supreme Court decision against segregation The dispute on which the court ruled began in a New York community when the board of education approved 3 recitation of a so-called •Regent s Prayer" in every classroom The prayer was de-cribed by authorities anon sectarian and did not mention Jesus Christ But a number of parentincluding Jews. Unitarians, and nonbelievers took exception, maintaining that no prayer of any kind belonged in a public school They filei suits, citing the First Amendment and traditional separation of chuch and state. In June, the issue finally was acted upon by the nation's highest court The majority opinion was written by Justice Hugo Black. Justice Black held that "it is neither sacrilege nor anti-religious to say that each separate government in this country should stay out of the business of writing or sanctioning official prayerand leave that purely religious function to the people themselves and to those the people choose to look to for religious guidance." He found New York's prayer "wholly inconsistent" with the First Amendment. Prayer is Customary The First Admendment was violated because "the prayer was composed by government officials as part of a governmental program to further religious beliefs." Justice Black traced the history of American religious freedom and the opposition of the founding fathers for officially established religion He saw the First Amendment designed to "guarantee that neither the power nor prestige of the Federal Government would be used to control, support or influence the kinds of prayer the American people can recite." Justice Potter Stewart, in dissenting, held that New York schools did not make the prayers compulsory. He viewed the distinction between freedom to pray at will and not to be permitted to pray as being at stake in the majority opinion He saw the issue as whether students who desired to join in classroom prayer "must be prohibited from doing so Were the song. "God Bless America." the "Star-Spangled Banner" ("In God is our trust"), and the "One nation under God" of the Pledge of Allegiance also to be outlawed in the schools?" Over 100 members of Congress quickly and heatedly echoed Justice Potter's stand. Sponsors of the suit came under fire along with the Supreme Court. A typical emotional comment came from Rep. George Andrews, of Alabama. He said: "They put the Negroes in the schools, and now they've driven God out!" Tempers Cool Down President Kennedy sought to still the clamor. But the Senate Judiciary Committee announced hearings envisaging a Constitutional amendment to legalize school prayers. By the time the hearings were held, however, the temper of Congress had somewhat abated. But mWSSUtOOM >TH New York Board of Rabbis presents Bibles and citations to the Danish people and the Swedish people for their heroic assistance to the Jews in 1943, which resulted in the saving of almost the entire Jewish population of Denmark from the Nazis and their transportation to Sweden; and to CBS-TV News, which produced the film, "An Act o: FaUh," in commemoration of the event. Left to right are Rabbi Harold H. Gordon executive vice president of the New York Board of Rabbis; Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz. chairman of the International Jewish Affairs Committee; Hon. Erik Kronvall. Consul General of Sweden; Richard Salant, president of CBS News; Paul Ryder. Consul General of Denmark; and Rabbi Harry Halpem. president of the New York Board of Rabbis. many members remained deeply displeased Thou sands of letters had poured into the Capital from all over the nation, the vast majority attacking the Supreme Court's position. Instead of putting the question directly before the Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments, the Judiciary Committee decided jut to air the matter before the whole committee This made it apparent that there was more concern over appeasing the folks back home than actually ramming through an amendment. Throughout America, Christian ministeraril church groups voiced strong opposition to the Supreme Court. Yet some Christian clergymen ani church elements saw the decision as proper ani desirable. But they were in the minority Jewish groups and rabbis mainly backed the court. The decision created divisiveness and conflict. Many responsible non-Jews, lay and clergy alike, felt that Jewish organizations were pushing h yond responsible defense of rights to drive Easter and Christmas observances out of the school* Cases were cited in which there were schools an! even entire school districts in the South and We'. where not even a single non-Christian child was enrolled. A civil liberties victory was won when th J court rendered its verdict. But it was a sever? setback in the area of current human relation; The sophisticated doctrine of the First Amendmen' was obvious to liberals but many ordinary. Go* fearing folks had never heard of the amendnn".'. They felt that some alien elements—Jews, radical-, Continued on Page 12 C GREETINGS Hollopeter A Post, Inc. REAL ESTATE SALES & RENTALS 840 S.I. 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I Friday. September 28, 1962 +Jt*ist fhridifan Page 7-C Satmar Hassidim Build Their Own Town By SAUL CARSON Brooklyn N j 500-acre tract in the New Jerstj meadowV laiuls 45 mill's or K> from the teeming slums of Brooklyn's Willilhwburg, ground will he broken ( a new housing development and an industrial ark (in our Mile f the broad highway spiking ea there "ill rise at the beginning 4(0 new split level houses and ranch-style cottages. ith us own yard and landscaped lawn. Simultaneously, there will be built a synagogue a school with grades from kindergarten >h rabbinical seminary, a mikvah (ritual tath and a matzah bakery. There will he a ng renter with at least 15 stoics Across the highway, in the 100-acre Industrial park, there wiH be a number ol factories — making furniture, several medium-sized tar --.t-nt enterprises, a knitting mill. Two hundred • %  ; mes wiU be ready for occupancy by next Bj the fall of 1963. the public building are lied to be completed. The High Holy l>a>s 1963 uill be celebrated in the new synagogue. Thus, a dream dreamed by the Satmar Rebbe one of the greatest of Hassidic rabbis in the *. grimy, old tenements along the side streets, to 'fach the school house bearing a sign, in English atd Hebrew: "United Talmudical Academy Torah V'Virah." Under that sign one notes, on the facade, the iodentificatiou "No. 43." Thus the plate is spotted as a former public school build ing. Inquiry from the Board of Education brings UK information that No. 43. an elementary school, bad first been built in 1884. enlarged twice in 1892 and 1896. made into a vocational high school. finally surrendered" in 1957. The word "surrender means that the building was no longer considered usable for public school purposes. Now tn Satmar Hebbe's largest school is located there i'. quarters ranging in age from 78 years to > < .i r One enters the school building with sympathy U.S. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (second from right) is presented with an elaborate edition of the Holy Scriptures at the launching of the Golden Jubilee Year dinner of the National Council of Young Israel in New York during 5722. Left to right are Moshe H. Hoenig. dinner chairman; Edward S. Silver, Kings County District Attorney, chairman of the Jubilee Year celebration; end Rabbi David H. Hill. Flushing. N.Y.. national president. for these slum dwellers who could find a haven no better than New York's throw-away, cast-off. "surrendered." condemned properties. But once inside, this feeling vanishes. For in the school office, one talks with the Satmar Rebbe's righthand man. He is Rabbi Ixxipold Friedman, a handsome, vigorous, grey-bearded man of 60. who is the executive vice president of the "rebbe's" congregation, the sparkplug of the entire enterprise which includes the new project to be built in Ne Jersey Million Dollar Budget In this school building alone — one of six he supervises on behalf of the "rebbe" — Rabbi Friedman conducts classes for 2.000 boys and girls, with girls' classes running from kindergarten through high school, and boys' classes from kindergarten through the fourth grade. Altogether, the educational establishment which he runs in six separate schools includes 98 classes. 63 male Hebrew teachers and seminary heads, 104 other teachers. 3.012 students, and 120 young men preparing for the rabbinate — a school system with a total budget of Sl.OOO.OOO a year. There is not h i n g apologetic about Rabbi Friedman, and the inquirer who came there with pity leaves with the pride generated by Rabbi Friedman "We," he states simply, as fact but not as boast, "had come through the Hitler holocaust. We came here from Rumania. Hungary. Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, through Auschwitz and other death camps and through the D.P. camps. Now we are building out in the country. Now we shall have our home." "Out there." continues Rabbi Friedman, "we Continued on Po* 13-C TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MILTON WEISS SINCERE GOOD WISHES The Holiday DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER 901 N.E. 125th Street GREETINGS TO ALL FROM Bill-JACK-HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Pkcn< n 4-4174 SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL TEFFT'S GOWNS BRIDAL & EVENING WEAR 3546 Coral Way HI 3-6112 To All ... 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Friday. September 28, 1962 +Jen1st> Meridian Page 9-D form of proceeds from Israel Bo-uts to more than $55,000,000. jghoul this period Israel Bonds served as rtdati) n stone for every important phase ( ,t m ,, development. Israel Bonds provided the • : of Israel with the venture capital to roundwork lor new enterprises. They nee the development of harbors, the gstruction of new roads, the expansion of com. and power facilities, the exploration litation of natural resources, the estabii. w irrigation systems and the con, : the "il pipeline from Elath to Haifa. thej also aided in the building of nous. • ne immigrants and new schools, F ll.ns of Support Israel Bonds no) only embraced the : economic independence but made it ne of a worldwide effort to establish tnership with the people of Israel on : equality and self-reliance A. always, the Israel Bond program, which as an untried experiment, could count real pillars of support. First, the readi,... of th< people of Israel to assume the burden a loan and to work for its repayment The ie understanding of American Jewry which accepted the new effort as a test of its ,!i the people of Israel. The approaching repayment of the first .arm I Bonds n a) be hailed as a heartening indication of economic good health. However, it should to call public attention to the fact that State "t Israel requires more investment mon,\ for mriher economic development. Redemption will give full weight to the Government's intee "f repayment of all Israel Bonds when mi due. This consideration is important in the light <: I-rjc! '.pressing need for additional investment resources this year. To a great extent, the circumstances uhich Israel finds itself in at present resemble the early days of statehood when the : rsl Israel Bond issue was floated. At that time Israel was confronted with an unprecedented volume of immigration. Recent developments on the uoriri scene have brought about a return to an immigration oi comparable magnitude. As Ion'-: as Israel considers the admission of Dew immigrants its primary and sacred obligation. rudoen waves of new immigration will compel the Government of Israel to harness its economic machinery for the speedy absorption of the newcomers Thus economic planning is always sublet to unpredictable revisions, especially in terms tf tempo. Redeeming a Pledge The people of Israel are faced with this kind '1 a situation today in the reclamation and development of the Negev, to which the entire counlrj lookas the new frontier of economic growth Because of the unrelieved pressure of largescale immigration, an element of urgency has been introduce.! into the timetable of settling and develthis region There is a particularly heavy trnphasi. on the construction of many more housing unit-, on the establishment of new develop "•eni towns and on the creation of those industrial that will quickly provide jobs for the %  arrivals •>'". .is in the past, the Government of rely on the Israel Bond campaign to h •" maximum Of investment dollars for this economic development program. If we 1 that not only the integration of manj "t new immigrants, but the uninterrupt' •ASHDOD *8KEl_ON KI*YAT(iAr UAKHIS'M OFA.KIM • ZOHAR • aetRSMfBA i The Negev, Israel's southern desert area. has become the center of a vast pioneering effort utilizing Israel Bond funds to make it gTeen and prepare it for the settlement of many thousands oi new immigrants. Israel Bonds are providing capital for all phases of the Negev development program, including the building of the new port at Ashdod, the construction of the 100-mile pipeline to bring water to the south from the Jordan River, the exploitation of mineral resources, and the expansion of housing facilities. e.l growth of its economy, are dependent to a large extent on the sale of Israel Bonds, we shall more clearly ^rasp its decisive importance. In redeeming the Israel Bonds of 1951 in the coming year. Israel is not merely repaying a loan. 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— Page 8-H +Je*isbn*rk9k*n Friday, Septerr.be: 23, 1962 Technion Group Spurs Higher Education By MRS. LOUIS GLASSER President, South Florid* Chapter of Technion THE advent of the New Year marks an auspicious milestone in the growth of the local Technion organization. Beginning with the holiday season, the Greater Miami chapter will be officially known as the South Florida chapter of the American Technion Society, reflecting a strong upsurge in interest, membership enrollment, and support of the noted Israel school of higher learning. Figures indicate chapter membership in the Greater Miami area more than doubled since last year. A phenomenal rise in membership has also been reported by Mrs. Philip Thau, president of the Women's Division. Their rolls increased from 26 to more than 300 in less than 14 months This includes 25 life members. Reviewing the achievements of the chapter in 1961-1962. it is apparent that Technion members were responsible for raising more funds in this period than at any other time in their seven-year history", both in capital funds and in monies for student scholarships and tuition. One of the most rewarding projects undertaken on a large scale last year was placement of Technion graduates into jobs in the United States as part of one-year "on-the-job" training courses. Richer Experience These graduates are assigned to positions at the prevailing rate of pay in this country, by spec ial arrangement with the U.S. government. This learn American methods and techniques, and return to their homeland inbued with a richer experience and wider working knowledge than they could assimilate under any other practical arrangement. They work in a hundred different categories, from drilling in the Texas oil fields to con ducting research in complex nuclear laboratories Some prefer to work extra periods. Most Am.n Continued on Page 11H %  w ... MRS. LOUIS GIASSCB May the new year be bountiful and may you enjoy a goodly measure of happiness, peace and prosperity F E D E R A, U • *V.N, NO L „ -N ,, OCl TlON GRII 7 I H GS A. I B. YVINICK Auto Radiator Service SERVICE 4 REPAIRS All Work Gtera-ite?d ANY MAKE CF CA* 3218 NW 54


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Ifndey, September 28. IS62 *Mnisf fkridiicur Page 7-D the Ethrog and the Garden of Eden By DR. H. RABINOWICZ -JH .' shona was over. Then wen bul 13 R"" the festival <>f Tabernacles, yel Rabbi i of Berdychev had no Ethrog. The ian war had disrupted the supply of ;., They were costly and scarce. The of Konlychev were distracted. Em:>sanes fohed to Jewish communities aTT over Russia, i" Warsaw, Brody and Minsk ; leas) one ethrog. They were authorizr,j price. Yet on the eve of the Day .11 all returned empty-handed. eed was the Berdychever. The MHz• %  li Minim" was very dear to him On he -..; up all night waiting impat• break in order to pronounce the benedict s at the earliest possible mom.:.: On tasion, when he was about to take hold h c tasj was such that he became : the fad that the ethrog was in .. He actuallj pushed his hands through • the first lime in his life, the denied fulfillment of tin great :,;;:ivah Heavj indeed was his heart during th< (tit The communit) oi Berdychev xiety, but were unable to help him prompt intervention of the prophet Eli. noi infrequent visitor in Berdyche\ —could -., dik "in "I his predicament. Startling Proposition Pi ih pve of the Festival of Succotb, when • : had been abandoned, a merchant traveling for V'om Tov, -topped for a while at Berdy. rhtv, Thi merchant, Reb Pinchas, casually reirked that he was fortunate enough to have purbased %  > beautiful ethrop. The innkeeper's enIhusiasm knew no bounds. Of no avail was Reb nrhas plea that he had to be on his way. that %  i b und for his home in Azarnictz. many miles away, and that he could not possibly tarry longer, He was taken at once to the Rabbi. Then Ret Pinchas categorically refused to part with the rthn | He was offered twice the money he had paid: he *• asked to name his price. Yet he remained adamant. He must spend Yom Tov with his family, and no amount of money could possibly tempt turn to part with the ethrog. He might not be a rabhi or >aint. but was a Jew. and for him tht command was equally obligatory' It became appar(Tt that hiv mind was made up and that nothing would sw;> him. It was then, when all arguments had been rxhausted that Reb Pinchas made a startling propesition. "Rabbi," he said, "on one condition and MI condition only am I willing to share with you 'he ethrof.. you must promise me faithfully that I .'hall be your neighbor in Paradise." The engathoring was hushed into silence Not a >!ighl request To sit next to the Berdychever in '-> world i t eternity! Ti the rabbi, however, this presented no prohHi was so overjoyed at the the pro.-pect of having ;:n ethrog that he promised the donor a tat at hiside in the Garden of Eden. The eth"H was handed over to the loving hands of the Dr. Rabinowici it on* of the leading rabbinic figures in England. He has for many yrs been a contributor to some of the outMancUng Jewish publications in England and abroad 3 Prof. Zvi Adar (left), director of the John Dewey School of Education at the Hebrew Univeisity of Jerusalem, and Dr. Meir Shapiro, principal of the Hebrew University High School, check plans for the new campus of buildings being constructed for the High School through the current S500.000 campaign of the National Council of Jewish Women. The Hebrew University High School is the practice-teaching and demonstration center for the John Dewey School, and research into methods of teaching English in Isrcel is taking place there now. The John Dewey School receives a major shcie oi its support from the Council. Berdychever and Reb Pinchas now willingly agreed to spend Y( m Tov with the grateful community of Berdychev. No Choice Just betore the commencement of the festival, cs the pious were busy contemplating their Succotb. tht Berdychever decreed: "Let Reb Pinchas be -ntertained royally Let everything be provided for him at communal expense, but under no circumstances should he be allowed to eat in a Succah." Keb Pinchas was astonished when he found his meals served in the house: the host and his family, eating in the Succah. informed him politely but firmly that there was no place for him there lr. exasperation, he tried another inn. He was again offered ipod, but was not allowed to enter the booth Finally, it emerged that this strange and apparently inexplicable prohibition emanated from the Rabbi; he rushed to the Rabbi and poured out his heart, now overflowing with Continued on Page 11D A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL CUR FRIENDS EDISON TC ALL MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO. 1 ^ 1>. 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Page 10-1 vjenist fkridlisr Friday, September 28, The Officers and Directors and Staff of &e BANK OF KENDALL Extend the : r best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Pre^oercjs New Year Jyank of The Greater Miami Council, through its new stamp project, hopes to provide additional playground equipment, new work tables, and better plumbing for the Home Although our first responsibility is to our sister organization, the Moetzet Hapoalot. Working Boni en's Council, we shall continue, as in the past, to support and serve the Greater Miami Jewish Fed Continued on Page 13-1 TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR EMILIOS PAINT & BODY SHOP • PAINT AND BODY WORK GUARANTEED 110 NE 17th STREET Ph. 371-1856 HAPPY NEW YEAR to YOU ... and YOURS MAUBU-RUN PATROL SERVICE $1 Per Week PATROL HOME & EMERGENCY SERVICE • SPECAL RATES MONTHLY YEARLY Call FR 7-4593 Write P.O. Box 7336, Miami 55 A Div s'on of International Security Services) HAPPY NEW YEAR BARCLAY VILLAS MOTH, A Home Away from Hon e" 427 E. 25th STREET HIALEAH OX 1-0853 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THAU. \>I040 SERVICE • SERVICE • QUALITY PRODUCTS 4941 SW. 8th STREET (on the Trail) —



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Page S-H Jewish fkrrf'ir Friday. SeDtembe: 23 Our National Council of Jewish Women By M,-*S. RAYMOND R. RUBIN. President Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women THE dynamic forte* of the world today are li toward change, reaching from the mo*: primitive to outer space In our own com munity. the dran pace of change places responsibility or. eaih individual, and accepting are the volunteer members o: I Greater Mian Secti n of the National Council of Jewish Women, numbering more than 2.000 members, comprising eight divisions extends from Hollywood to Homestead, whose program of education. cial action and service, "span the jenerati ins" here and abroad. The young handicapped child need no longer be institutionalized. The blind child's educational needs are supplied by Council volunteers as re sted by the Dade Board of Education, includ Braille textbooks, educational aids, such is .1 reading with thrt • The books are transcribe I lists insl .-. do braille tutoring >1 stu l< :. -: th< U. :h<: thi LIE I Responsibility Overseas Our Braille Bindery and L: ; -r.,r> locatt I the Board of Public Instruction Text Book Dej torj have \i lunteers who roller-oat the manusc for preservation, hand-bind into permanent : r: and duplicate those books The library houses an I as olu -' :;d IS a centra: rerce for the Dade county schools The sight-handicapped and hard-of-hearing • *ds, from pre-school through high school, are met b} volunteer teacher-aides. They read le*son>. supervise in the classroom and playground, transcribe lesions and books on large type typewriters and teach large type typewriting. Council's responsibility for children extends itto overseas Through our Ship-a-Box program, this ><-ar e shipped thousands of items for the kindergarten children of Israel. They contained educational toys, arts and craft materials, an i other needed items. We were assisted in this by children of the Jewish Sunday schools at Chanuka time, through the cooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education, toy merchants, sororities aid ternities. Nor did we forget the physical and i t handicapped Israeli child. This year we sent 4: large cartons to the School of Special Education which coi -ports equipment and musical in-:: nments A way if expressing ir belii I thai cracj is lilt on the tour. if education is by the four scholarship to the University of Miami. Applicantsi tl •i -he sophomore year, are screened bj %  admir.i-tration of the university ana chosen on of need and academic standing. Our l nai program tor the young adult continueoverseas The Greater Miami Section has part;, ed in raising funds reaching more than our fair MRS. RAYMOND RUBIN share quota, for the building of the Hebrew rjnl. versit) High School—a practice teaching grounds of Hebrew University. rnational hospitality, welcoming these shores through the years • | 'iing program It is cir I rps Wc meet students from Africa to Nev Zea• %  : plani and tram-, take tl els or temporary homes, show tl the town, and invite them to Stay n •> ••itizen is no longer, like Continued on Page 11-H a year or happiness to everyone. y sam seitfin dan harris richa r d powei' r. louis seitlin Harry kap'3n irving rodre r 5 seitlin & company J INSURANCE • phone f r 9-7555 998 s.w. 1 street miami 36, florida Lincoln Itod at Alton Mil MIKING M*mb*M f*4ta\ Bei*fv* Syltem rtderal Deposit Inwranc* Corp. Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. SHERMAN J. TOBIN KENNETH and AV.Y .AN SEVEN-UP BOTTLING (0. MIAMI, FLORIDA i HO=FMAN: :^er A e J Bee* B -• :-. I: J r A Most Happy New Year To AH MOORE'S FURNITURE THE BEST THROUGH THE AGES 191 N.E. 40th STREET GREETINGS A. FRANCO & SONS Fine Damask — l~-pored L %  25 NE 2nd AVENUE W a~ Phone FR 9-2033 r< !# %  A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL DIAMOND-BERK Insurance Agency 1820 SW 3rd AVENUE Phone FR 3-7726 GREETINGS j WILUAMS TAILORS 4 DRY CLEANERS QUALITY CUSTOM HAND TAILORING SuifsMadetoMeas.ra 4842 NW 27th AVENUE $ J Phone NE 4-9251



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Page 2-H L'Shona Tova Tikesevu CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES THE SISTERHOOD of Congregation YEniBAH MOSHE tttends wishes for a Hapoy, Healthy =nrf ProsjerouJ New Y;:r Jj ill ROOSEVELT LODGE NO. 177, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS [mends to One anil AU :1s Sincerest Bis> Wishes -i> A HIAltHI, HA?1 AND nOSHtOVS N5.V T:-i' MR. AND MRS. CHARLES R. JACC5SON W sh a i rheir Friends a Very Happy New Year MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR SHANDLOFF and FAMILY Ex f erd Season's G'ee f: ^c,5 fo All COUNCILMAN and MRS. WOLFJE COHEN and FAMILY Extend Best Wishes for a very Happy New Year GREETINGS TO ALL WHEN BETTER TRACES ARE MADE SHEEHAN BUICK WILL MAKE THEM SHEEHAN BUICK, INC. 230] S.W. 8fh STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Florida Phone HI 4-11 From our fam'ly To your family HAPPY NEW YEAR • CARL WEINKLE JULIAN WEiNKlE THE RIGHT BANK FOR YOU! BANK JULIAN WEINKLE Chairmen o' the Board FREOERICK I, TESCMKE President 163RD STREET SHOPPING CENTER +J*nist flortdRbn Friday, September 28, 1955 UNTY MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION What B'nai B'rith Programs Mean to You By EDWARD A. STERN President, South Florida Council B'nai B'rith Lc.-'.ies 0 UR lodges pride themselves for their efforts U in the program we call citizenship and civic affairs. As limes change the definition ol citizen ? hip changes. Bui the goals remain constant a nation of united people acting together for the common good. American society, one writer has said is char acterized by spontaneous, voluntary Bon-gm .rnmental cooperaticn ol citizens in their local communities. He called .1 brotherh I a %  1 m. l, implemenl this. B'nai B'rith porgrams follow along such lines as the program for the emI | he physieall) handicapped, prevent tion and control ol juvenile delinquency, awarding of citizenship citations for meritorious service to outstanding liz %  ssu> ami | S operation \ '"';' t ..... u th orjjanizatii ai Brith aetivel) %  s In welfare camp; polio campaign mental health Ited Cross and Communit} Fund drivi This attests to the patriotii charaetei : B nai B'rith, for .1long agi as 1843 0 ir loun 11 g lathers assumed for our membership for all lime ••the mission ol instilling the purest principles ol patriotism." and this lofty purpose -nil remains .in.Di our cardinal tenets nil this verj day American Jewry musl look to American Jew ish youth lor its leadership ol the future This leadership can come from no other source The B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, through the AZA B'nai B'rith Girls, and the Hillel Foundation, are training Jewish youth to meet the challenge ol that leadership with a background ol knowledge ami a goal for the future Informal Jewish Education The B'nai B'rith Youth Organization is the product of a combination oi foresight and selflessness, For while the benefits currently being reaped from the program by B'nai B'rith and the rest ol the Jewish and general communit) certainly were to have been expected, they were not specifically sough) When B nai B'rith in 1925, adopted what was later to become B'nai B'rith Youth Or ganization, it was motivated b) ;. single purpose to help I rifting young North American Jewrj develop a love lor and a devotion to Jewish traditions and \ alues Indeed, more than three decades later, despite a phenomenal growth in membership and .1 broadening of its programs, B'nai B'rith Youth Organ ization today still looks upon itpro rams ol informal Jewish education as one ol itmost important activities It is comforting to know that in a world ol growing materialism, in an era when the influence of the home environment i> on the wan.-, and at a time wli.-n juvenile delinquency is again a cause for great concern, B'nai B'rith sponsors a youth movement whose philosophies and ... tions are dedicated to Judaism and democrac) One of the youth organization most distinguished alumni, past world president ..t B'nai B'rith. Philip M Klutznick, recently summed up Ins youthful experiences in these words 'The development oi youth as informed and intelligent .lews i> fundamental to the realization of our ambitions lor our life in America. As a graduate of AZA, I know trom personal (DWARD A. STfRN fc f experience the impact that ,.,:. have on a young man in hu years It 1no exa( 1 eration ti • %  thai •man> achievements AZA ha> saved thousands ol young Jewish people for Judaism." B'nai B'rith Youth < Irganizal ent rej 1 stored membership of mor< tl that grows steadily each year 1one ol B'nai B'rith's brightest future prospects Experience has shown that the alumni forn res rvoir of trained, dedicated and communit) I young men and women, assuring a perpetual n .-1 the ideals for winch B'nai B'rith stands It is ver) difficult to do justice in limited -pace to all the tactol B'nai B nth I have discussed with you two oi the highlights Some oi the other committees which give ritatil) to the community include the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, which was organized in 1913 to conLai anti-Semitism, to protect Jews from the effects of bigotry and discrimination, and to -cure for them equal nghK and opportunities in all phases ol American hie Additional Programs Other committeeinclude 'in .. lull education committee, which builds 'tened Jewry; the armed fores anil veterans commii which serves veterans and service personnel: the Israel committee, which assists thi people ol I* 1.1. -I: and the vocational service comn itlee which .1--1-1our youth in their economic adjustment by offering up to .late information about job requirements, opportunities and earn sional i onsultants, Through the year*. B'nai Brith dynamic spirit in the areaof servn I sphere: 01 usefulness. The vital enei g) ol springs from itmembership Wi invite all to join us in rendering the indispensable service to our ord. 1 in the causeof our people "iir community and our country. B'nai B nth has arrived t., thi poinl todaywhenbecause of its diligence. It 1recognized M the leading spokesman not only lor the Jew, but lor all minorities. In behalf of the lodges which loin; the S-uth Florida Council, it is my pleasure to extend tl warm hand of Brotherhood to all those who would nke to join our dedication to the service %  %  kind. ^Jur Sincere Lx/Uhes lor a wtij^y c/V?w Lfe car



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Friday, September 28, 1962 +Jmlsfinwlir Page 3-1 Cedars of Lebanon on Oir Medical Scene ">W2P r>3iv njvb Ey SAMUEL T. SAPIRO, President Cedars of Lebanon Hospital O N t %  ball of the board of trustees and the entire I Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, we wish .;,, coi inity a Happy and Health New Year. A gpecii ute goes to the board of trustees and .'. ,l.i ::n„ s;tanio> .' %  Myers; lhanks to E AliK rI i i. chairman of Ihe development fund, uho has labored rhosl productively on the fundraising rene; and to Mrs. Nathaniel K Levin, ... ,i the Women's Auxiliary, who during our l'' •' I rst year of operation has brought the mup to a high level of porductivity and ..URI the hospital. <',.;• of Lebanon opened November 19. 1961, %  | 3,500 patients have been admitted and The hospital haserved 7.00Q meals nppri ximatety 70,000 meals to date. I LfCO surgical procedures have been per • ; | roximately 330 babies have been born, uhich ir.cLide three sets of twins, one set of tripi jghl premature babies Cedars em .'. gtan Is al 236 persons. The X-Ray I has completed approximately 7.000 dun Patient Care (if all the total patients admitted. 85 percent be< i residents ol Hade county, while 5 percent accounted for transient and or tourist admissions. An analysis of patients admitted indicates thai Iheir religious faith was one-third Cathilic, on< hird Jewish, and one-third Protestant. These statistics of Cedars of Lebanon's operation during the past ten months indirectly reflect the services rendered by the hospital to the com munit) Cedars was built with one thought in mini—patient care. Patient care is the only reason tor a hospital to exist, and it is the watchword at Cedars. Kind words from happy patients support this policy, and we arc grateful for these express)! • of compliment. Here are but a few exampU -: • Mrs. Crystal Kalof—"All services were excellent and I'd recommend Cedars of Lebanon to anyone." • Mrs. Anna Rose Tarquinio—"Had excellent atttention. enjoyed my stay very much. Thanks to everyone • Mrs. Katye Marshall—"1 am indeed grateful to ;.'l the nurses and personnel of this most SANIUtL I. SAPIRO Continued on Page 14-1 RABBI and MRS. H. LOUIS ROTTMAN EXTEND HEARTFELT NEW YEAR GREETINGS to the BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE and Greater Miami RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Extends to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. MORTON MALAVSKY Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of the Israelite Center and its affiliated 1 organizations — A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. SAMUEL JAFFE AND FAMILY Extend Greetings to Members and Friends of TEMPLE BETH EL Hollywood, Fla., And to All Jewry for A Happy New Year Miss Catherine Starbird (right), chief therapeutic dietician, checks a patient's dinner tray with Nurse Katherine Carbonell. The electric food cart in the background keeps meals cold or piping hot. preserving the height of flavor. wonderful hospital. If ever I return to Miami and become ill. I certainly shall be delighted to be one of your patients again." Wonderful Achievement It is difficult to describe and amplify the many achievements performed by the lay volunteer groups at the hospital in brief terms. During the past ten months, wonderful ideas have come into reality, among which include the "Tree of Life." symbolizing the rugged strength and solidarity ot the cedar tree, a magnificent, original carving nine feet tall and six feet wide. It is permanently affixed to the building to which the names of all contributors of S500 and over will be inscribed. Saul Silberman, a member of the board of trustees, is a "Standard Bearer of Philanthropy." Signifying that he is a contributor of $50,000 or more. A sculptured head'of each standard bearer will stand in perpetuity in the facility of his choice. The Women's Division has two categories for contributors, Lite Guardians and Godmothers. A woman who contributes $1,000 or more is a Godmother, and her name is inscribed tor perpetuity in Ihe Maternity Wing A Life Guardian is a woman win. contributes $300 or more, and her name is inscribed in perpetuity in the bronze Book of Heal ing. We are proud of our 234 Life Guardians and 61 Godmothers to date The Lobby Gift Shop operated by the Women's Division is a delightful place to see and -hop We hope that many will visit the shop, where exotic gifts from all over the world may be purchased. Proceeds are given to the hospital. The Women's Volunteer Aid Program, servicing the patients' needs, lends a cheery note and a help ing hand The Fourth Floor, when completed, will be the B Mr. and. Mrs. Herman I. Bretan, Barbara, Neil, Janice and Charles with their rel I friends A lidfr: .. %  :.: P N Mr. and Mrs. William Bretan and children, Jacqueline, Harriet and Stephen Allan wish their relal A II..: r %  d Pi I \ '•' Tear Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Broder and son, Lawrence E. Broder t< ish f/i< o r t -U:: :: ; > and filends A Happy and P %  \ it' Tea* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bronstein and Family of 1261 • 101st St., Bay Harbor Island A H P Y Tear Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brooks A I! %  :-; and P is N "' 1 <''" Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown and Family A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brumer and Family wish then relatn es and friends A Happy an.i Prosperous Hew Teai D RABBI and MRS. MORRIS A. SKOP and Family offer their best wishes to the officers and membership of TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH for a Healthy and Happy New Year c Dr. r>d Mrs. Leonard Cantor and Family of 14101 N.W. 3rd Avenue wish their relatives ana 1 friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1 far Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Catsman wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous Xcu"tear Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chafeti and daughter, Bessie Ann U'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Neu' Tear Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing, Joel, Jill and Jon U'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous -Nete tear Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky trull their relatives an.i friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew Teai Mr. and Mrs. George Cheren and Family their reldtn es and friends A Hdppy • rous \eu 1 ca Dr. and Mrs. Mark B. Cirlin A Happy and I' • Net Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Family tt-ish their relatives dnd friends A Happy and P \ :. 1 eai Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen unsh • • and friends A Hap • IP us Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen and Family uns-h :'•:. n r< lain i and nends A Happy and Pi is Hew Teai Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conn and Family insh their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous \ew tear Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crystle Ulish their relatives and friends A H*ppv and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. H. M. Drewich and Family Mr. and Mrs. Ben Drewich and Children Mrs. L. Weiss and Children Mr. and Mrs. Pete Silverman and Children wnti il ..-., rJ I Jriends A Happv and Prosperous Hew "1 ar Mrs. Joseph Duntov Irishes ler J riends A Happy and P %  %  \ E Mr. and Mrs. S. Edelman and Family i, ... rids A I:... %  P \ %  %  r Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg .. P is Kew 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell and Family nds A Ha/ ; and P Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elson and Family iei.li their relatn es and j A Happy and Prospi rous Heu 1 ear Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and son, Richard Ulish their rciair.es and friends A Happy and Prosperous Nfetil Year Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Ettirtger and sons, David and Daniel Ulish their relatives and friends A Happs d
    rai Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dickstein daughter, Sondria and son. Jay Irish their relatives dnd friends A Happv and Prosperous \'eu' Tear Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dranow and children, Linda, Cara Lita, Jeffrey and Risa insh their relatives and friends A Happv dnd Prosperous N'eir 1 edr Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feinberg and son, Eli wish their relatives dnd friends A H..rp\ and % %  \ • Tear Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Feinberg and Family unsh their relatn es and t riends A Hdpp\ an,i Prosperous Heu Year Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Feld and Family u ish their relatn fs and ids A Happv and Prosperous \ :. Mrs. Herbert Feldan, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan and sons Paul Evan and Howard Lee Mr. and Mrs. David E. Goodman and son Herbert Michael uish their relatives and fnend* A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tea^ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldheim wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous \ai tear Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Feltman and children, Barry, Shell, Lesli and Seth Wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous ,\eie Tear Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine and Family uish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew lea' Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Fink and daughter Carla Jane Ulish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous .\eie Tear %  Naomi and Dick Fink uish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous \'eu' TeaMr. and Mrs. Leon D. Fisher and son, Richard u'ish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous ^eu' Yea' F Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman and Family uish their relatives and friends A Hdppy and Prosperous \eu' Tear



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    Page 8-E 9-Jmist Ik* Mian Friday, September 28. \%i Best Wishes for a Happy New Year from Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan of BERNEY'S RESTAURANT 2691 NW 5th AVE. Ph. 371-1223 3est Wishes ; or rhe New Year fro n Coral Gables' Newest Music Store ALLEGRO MUSIC HOUSE 292 Aragon Ave. (Opp. Bus Terminal) "Everything for rhe Musician Shoot Music — Instruments — Repairs — Instruction CLASSIC MUSIC LIBRARY A SPEC'^-*'P^one Orders Solicited Alan Reski'n HI 4-8181 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR F* ENDS ON TH S HOLIDAY OCCAS ON Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 7200 N.W. J9rt> AVI MIAMI PKOB. OX l-0*4t Ex'er-d Best Wishes to All Their Friends and Patrons For a Happy New Year MR. and MRS. MAX THURSTON af ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE, INC. WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS! 14th ST. FABRIC BAZAAR Monday to Saturday 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. 1367 N. Miami Ave. FR 7-1315 • FR 9-6791 Holiday Greetings — "Service Beyond Price" KEYSTONE POINT MEDICAL PHARMACY Opposite Congress Inn — Prescriptions A Specialty TEO SEGDA PL 9-5150-12400 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHARMACIST NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA Truly Nolen Exterminators Regular Exterminating Service for the Home JE 1-3444 FR 7-1411 GRAND CENTRAL FREIGHT FURNITURE SALES 1636 NW 7th AVE., Miami Phone Ft 4-4774 WISH ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR SMALL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL Eden Roc Hotel 4525 Collins Ave. EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS BEST WISHES FOR THE HOIIOAYS W. A. TAI3IIS FIRESTONE DEALER 70* P&MtNE AVENUE PW CE 5-1961 Scenes such as these, taken in Rome, are repeated in 26 countries in Europe, North Airica. the Middle East and in Israel. Joint Distribution Committee's traditional support of religion and culture is symbolized by this resident ct prayer in a JDC-supported old age home iupper left'. JDC funds, which come mainly from the campaigns of the United Jewish Appeal, also help support this Jewish kindergarten (upper right:, where youngsteis. most of them from impoverished families, receive their main meal of the day. A lusty, outraged howl aieets the doctor -, probing instruments as he examines Ibis Jewish infant at a JDC-supported OSE clinic lower left), while the mother is all smiles z> her child gets a thorough medical go:r.-j over. A chance to rise above the lim opportunity of the ghetto goes to these your.: Jewish girls learning to be typists at an 0RT school in Rome, also supported by JDC lower right). "Israel is now the first country in the Middle East that ha-* a school nt ioc.z\ work at the university level." Pioneering Social Welfare Work in Israel By MARIANNE ZEITLIN AN a cold, wintry day in 1943. a Jewish woman ^^ prisoner in Auschwitz was selected for a med ical-scientitic experiment by the Nati scientists The experiment was to determine what character istics would be inherited by the offspring of a known criminal in a German prison. The woman was subjected to artificial insemination and in due course the child was born in the concentration camp The mother attempted to kill the child at birth—but the Nazi doctors prevented her from doing so. Ihe> also kept her un ler constant surveillance so that she could not do away with herself. The;, would, after all. provide valuable med ical data In 1945. the Allies liberated them The mother did not want to have anything to do with her son. and he was sent to Israel A year late-. she had a change of heart, and joined the child in his new home. This story was told to me by Dr. Israel KJ'/. the new director of the Paul Baerwald School of Social Work in Jerusalem, with whom I met in New York just prior to his leaving to assume his new luties. "Today, this mother and chill.'' he said, ire functioning human beings in Israel. I have 'r, •• in touch with them," which is quite an achievement on the part of the program )f >x:.al M irk beiny administered in l-.rael today Of course," he continued, "not all >f the 'extreme' cases that Israel inherited were so iucI isful I always trunk of the boy who was found i forest near Auschwitz, completely naked, near death, apparently abandoned by his doomed turn the hope that he miaht be r< • to this lay, he -till is languishing ta! institution for there has not been ideq >' psy ti it help available First Sehao! Dr Katz, who waawarded Sat! i ih Women Overseas Scholarship to i h loctorate degree at the Western R serve i •--:•> in Cleveland, was bom In Vienna B" World War II. he was taken to what was then Palestine, where he spent bis boyh %  I I*' i Ymth Aliyah Camp His life's experience. •^T spriest *r J. I. KISLAK MORTGAGE V^C MMIIHOI F FlH '*' Miami Orlando Tampa Pensacola



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    Page 12-1 *Je*isl>tk)rMian Friday, Septembei 23. 196 2 Best Wishes for the New Year ^—*rustal -..: .it a time when great and exciting chaienges await us to achieve new height?of tndc;\ r and to promote our next half century of service*. Hadassah remains the miracle-maker ir. Israel, now functioning with the great Hadassah-Kebrew University Medical Center, a cit>


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    Page 12-B 9-Mf% 1st fkridfiar VNDiR M STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL KABulNKAL SUPMISiON Of KABBI TIBOi H. STfRN ii Food Fair Kosher Meat c Stores are Pledged to Give the Be*£Quality at the Lowest Pricey or Yoor Money Back / mm Ml meat and v poultry Friday, Septen.: •ar 1 l *<;- -r Tishri 1-2 5723 %  aron roie i> L'SHANA TOVA TIKASEVU VISACHASEMU r Sept. 29-30 1962 \jhanbs \Jo our ksHanu jfrienJs and L^ustomers for their patronaye, ma we wish you ana your family contentment wood health, and the fulfillment of yoitr deepest wish in life IN OBSERVANCE OF ROSH HASHANAH ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS WILL BE CLOSED SUNDAY. SEPT. 30 WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER STORE HOURS FOR THIS COMING WEEK ONLY MONDAY 8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M. TUESDAY 8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M. FRIDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 8 A.M. TILL 3 P.M. 8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M. 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. STORE HOURS FOR 10th ST. & WASHINGTON AVE. ONLY Sun.: Closed—Mon.: 7 a.m.-9 p.m.—Toes.: 7 a.m.-9 p.m.— Wed.: 7 a.m.-9 p m.—Thurs.: 7 a.m.-9 p m.—Fri.: 7 a.m.-4 p.m. 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. Westchester Shopping Plaxa 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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    Friday, September 23, 1962 +knist ifrrMfon Page 11 B Officers ol Golden Ring Club No. 2. which announced acceptance of a special project for Ihe Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, were introduced at last week's reception at the Fontainebleau hotel honoring Rabbi Leon Kronish. honorary chairman. They are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman, Mrs. Annette Muller. Jacob Richman. Mrs. Rose Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen, Mrs. Jacob Schechter and Mrs. Gussie Chester. Richman is president of the Beach club, with Max Cohen as secretary. UM President To be Speaker Dr. Henry Kin^ SUnfQrcL J>re_4; derit of ihe University of Miami' "ill discuss his views on "Leadership—A Dimension in Democracy." the theme of National Business Women's Week, at a luncheon on Tuesday noon, Oct. 9. at the Top of the Columbus. The event is sponsored by the 1 Dade Business and Professional ] Women's Club. Mayor Robert King High will [ give the welcome address, and Mor, ris T. McLemore, columnist of the Miami News, will be toastmaster President of Dade BPW Club, Mrs. Caroline M Leighton, will pret side at the luncheon. Surfside Appoints Agency Gerald Schwartz Agency has been appointed public relations counsel to the Town of Surfsiie. according to an announcement by Councilman Lee Howard, chairman of the advertising and publicity committee of Surfside. Schwartz, president of the agency and a member of the Government Public Relation:; Assn., will personally service tue account. 'Golden Ring Club To Launch Project The example of two of its memberhas inspired the membership of the Golden Ring Club 2 to undertake a major project for the iredical center in Beersheba. Israel, ben.sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami Mrs R %  Cohen and Mrs. AnMullei each made individual to the Negev Medical Center, and conceived the idea of the Golden Ring Club, in which acth e, spearheading a drive additional medical equipmi ib Richman, president, and secretary, endorsed the fter meetings with Joshua / Stadlan, president. Max Heeht chairman ol the development fumi committee, and Moshe Berman, executive director of the Israel Histadrut Committee, the full plan was approved by Ihe member-hip drut Committee of Greater Miami. Plans for the project were then revealed. David Goodman, formerly of Toronto, where he was an industrial and civic leader, has been elected All of the officers of the Golden Ring Club 2 and many of the members attended last week's reception honoring Rabbi Leon Kronish. honorary chairman of the Israel Histachairman of the project. Elect Mrs. Kramarsky To 3rd Hadassah Term j UN 2I0N CINSBUKG i*insburg to Head United Fund Unit 1 Ciinsburg, 420 Lincoln Beach realtor pas) President of the Miami Beach !" !" "i Realtors, and member of board ol governors of the Florol Realtors, has been chairman o! the realtors •mmlttee lor the forthcoming "mpaign ol the United Fund on Miami Bi Announcemenl of the appoint!" *f was mad,, by Samuel Seltzer, [["Went ol the Mercantile Nation •'Bank ol Miami Beach, chairman driv Business Division of the l;iM 1 ""hag been active in wcles on the Beach for the years He is a member of Miami Beach Kiwanis Club and l !" board of directors of Tern1 Emanu El, '"beis on the committee who will !" e with Ginsburg In this year's jjjjjf '"' Charles Weiiihere. Wm gal ll:,rr >' MagM. George ggj Harry Son*. Max L.psky. Vr io-Kat. Raymond Pettier, I Creenfi,.! i ''' Fireston e. Harold •"""'Id and Mrs. Sarah Docker PIITSHIRC.I1 — IJTAI — The •19th annual convention of Hadassah adopted this week a budget of $9.838.243 for its 1962-93 programs in the United States and I-rael and i lected Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsk) to a third term as president The 2.000 delegates adopted a variet) ol resolutions dealing with American, Jewish and Middle Fast issues, one of the key stands including an appeal to the United States "to make it a condition of foreign aid'" that no nation getting such funds be permitted to engage in economic warfare with other countries receiving American aid." a reference to the Arab League boycott against Israel The resolution i irpresse I confidence that the United States would continue "itgenerous aid program" to Israel The resolution urged the United Stateto make it "unequivocally clear" I" the Arab states that it would nol allow an> country lo discriminate against American citizens or business enterprises doing business with Israel, "whether this discrimination iin the form ol ;nic blacklisting, denial ol travel permits, or other restrictive acts, in violation ol free trade and mo\ ement." In another resolution, the delegates urged the United States support all efforts designed to encourage direct Arab-Israel peace negotiations." particularly those proposed by member nations ol the l mted Nation-." ami to make it clear to the Arabthat the United States would "not permit any act of aggression in the Middle Ha.-! aie.i The delegates also asked the tinted States to act to remedy "the dangerous armimbalance." arising from Egypt's acquisition of the most modern military equipment, including rocket-, which "consUtutes an invitation to aggression On behalf <>f the organisation's 'tis. IMHI members, anxiet) and alarm' was expressed about the militarj expansion of Israel's Arab neigh bors. The delegates said thai threats by Egypt's Nasser t" de sirov Israel with the new rockets represented "a clear and present danger to Israelsecurity, to ihe stabilitj of the Middle East and if unchecked to world peace." Hadassah also called upon the U s Government lo "exert Its in fluence particularly in the forums of the United Nations, to impress upon the community of nations the necessity ol taking such measures ;,are necessary to stop persecution wherever it exists The resolution stated that the world must he made "to understand that per secution of any group of people anywhere because of their color, race, or creed, threatens the freedom of people everywhre." Speakers included Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister. Moshe Kol. world chairman of Youth Aliyah. Dr. Miriam K. Freund. former national president and now chairman of the executive ol the American Zionist Council, MrHerman Shulman, national chairman of lladassah's committee on Zionist Affairs, and MrJ Leonard Weiss, of Irvington. N.J.. Hadassah chairman for the Jewish National Fund. Mrs. Meir predicted that the time would come when Israel would sit at a peace table and negotiate with the Arabs but not before the Arabs accepted the fact that "Israel is lure and will remain." Stressing there was nothing Israel wanted as much as peace, she said there were in outstanding problems that could nol be solved by honest negotiations. Kol told the delegates that Youth Aliyah was making plans to absorb this year at least 6.000 new children from 12 to 17 years of age. compared with the 4.000 absorbed in the prior 12 months He said the need to increase the gency's absorptive capacity had ion made crucial bj ihe tact that Jewish communities that have I nil secure tor generations in North Africa and South America" were now living in tension and insecurity. He said this was having ;i great impact" on the younger generation "for whom parents seek I,. Insure a tree and secure life in Israel." Dr Freund said that the transmission ol those values which will root American Jewry in Judaism \\;imade more possible because of ih, existence of Israel hut. she added, as Jewish life in ihe United Slates became strengthened "there will also come a corresponding spiritual strength for lsarel She .-aid the question of whether, now lhat I-rael has been established. / onlsm had a future was a challenge which "presents itself most keenly to us." Mrs Shulman said Hadassah had started a one-year study to determine how tin American Zionist movement could he "strengthened and Invigorated." She said that throughout the world "most serious thought is being given" on means ol doing this, particularly in the United States. Mrs Weiss announced that Hadassah had begun a $2,100,000 JNF project. a new settlement in the Arava area of the Neeev, south fif Ihe Dead Sea. to be known as "Hevel Hadassah." Youth Program At Beth Am Temple Beth Am announces a program for junior and senior'high school students which will be held in addition to the regular Monday and Wednesday evening Youth Group functions On the secon.l and fourth Wednesday evenings of each tionth from 7:30 to 9 p.m.. the Temple will sponsor a "Hobby Night Instructions will be offered and facilities made available for both beginners and amateurs. Included are photography, band. glee club, dramatics, chess club, debating, painting, arts anJ crafts, and others. The pre NFTY Group, S and eighth graders, will meet in the first and third Wednesday Jt each month. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN PROBATE. No. 62C 9251 TIIK WILUMSBt'R '.11 SAVINOS RANK, Plaintiff, ; %  IB CHARLES HANNAH an I l.i:i: HANNAH his wife, MAN':::.. <•, >MRAS in 1 JAY 1'' 'Mi; AS ind AKI.KN K I 'I >MRAS, hi%  • Jl iHN I' SH \l.l-: JR l>!'. III., %  •NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JOE %  M .M:I.I:S HANNAH ind MARY l.i:i: HANNAH his wife, 1;. nidi no. •. %  > 11. nn 'ill ii,-, lalm ng bj. through, or against ih.above named '!••fondants, If alive .,1 if de id, theli unknou n beii de\ -%  ~ ....... legatee* isslgnees ; moro, creditors, I r istee i, ind I ties hat .nc r claiming to h %  an> right, tin.or Intel propel 1 \ her. in 1 11 vunt) 10 foi -• 1 • % %  • -!thi follow ing rlbi i eal i !.,,t 2U, II Ol'lK :. FIRST AIM >l TO 1 'ARi '!• i-ITY plat therool ded I :i 1 _. %  the publl-' r ul 1 >:i,u, uunt). Florid 1 You .1,. 1, 1 ir ed to i" mtlffs eompla nl with the uf iforesald -.1 v..1 MAR riN I ... Dad. be.leral UUIg., Miami ... Kl 1,in. ii,,i later than 29 Octob ,,! ., 1 ,.1 1., Pro 1 onfesso wtli 1. 1 ,-,i agalnsi 5 ,>u. I % ted Septi •i" 1 28, KIEKAI •' Clerk of tinCircuit Court (seal, 1 • > 1^ M i.i' %  % %  ,. % %  I I MARTIN 1 INK Attorne) :, 1 Plu 14th PI %  Hah' Federal B Mi.,n,i %  Merkos Moves Offices Here New Address for the Florida ru1 gional office of the Merkos L'inyo j nei Chinuch, central organization for Jewish education, will be l'J20 Michigan ave The Merkos. which maintains : schools and Yeshivoth throughout the world, and is a leader in pio j neering for Jewish education, is S the educational branch of tha Chabad Chassidic movement. Hebrew Unit to Meet Histadrut Ivnt. Hebrew-speaking j cultural organization, will meet i M >nday evening. 8 p.m., at Washington Federal Savings and Loan. Assn 1235 Washington ave. Pro; gram will include a report on tha j recent world congress of Jewish i education in Jerusalem and election of new officerLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  • %  •': [S HEREBY ilVEN tnat 1. • undersigned, les.rtng to engage In .un ler thi fictitious O iru,of !t.\ Ml '• > it 17420 .W I :
f the Cir %  iurt of Dade C mt> %  %  •" la WALTER J H iVI.K WAL.TERS, M'"' : ::: £ tSTANZO" B \' : %  : :,.. tele ,-i A-' .!.•'[ ," W ,.' • I r l %  • %  1 : :>: NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N > rtCE 18 HEREBY IIV EN tB il lerstgned leslrlng to mgage %  '> • ,i EMPIRE MET v ; ,S I ; N W. V irth River Drive .'•' un PI •"• 11 In• -1 1 name ith tn '!-rk '•' •' • '•• %  rl I 1 ide %  %  • PAY BALL S %  '• %  %  > •• loll %  ,: : .: i.' > -.,er \ %  • Kegisl ml ; %  t -r 3 % %  Mian '" %  %  i 1 1 -21 .!.-. m/.s MT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW H IEBY OIVEN that % to eng .-i" n :•|er thi II %  me of ;RRE1' RE VLT1 il I Bay H rb %  %  • • Ba ,: 1 ntenrts to regClerk 0 %  .. .. ,,,,. ,,1,. (.. %  lunts 1 CIPES AND SELMA %  • I / 28—10 /S 12 J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC'o'T OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE. No. 62C 10486 JOSEPH r RANK IAVARONE. Plaintiff, liKNEVlEVE ANN [AVAR ME 1 lefendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OENEVIEVE ANN lAVAlt INK 1 ei endanl T:, I 'hase Streel Trenton, Ne Jen V, if ARE HEI EPY SO 'II ED tl ,1 Complalnl for Divorce h %  be 1 filed agalnel you, and you ir* requireil i, nerve .1 eop> if .-•> ir ..n-.> %  ,.i pie idlng to the %  omplalnt '.annul attui nej -. CAIDIN & I;I TllKN 111:1;,; ; %  ". Bin 1 lug, Mil mi 32, : • rid in rlginal Anem ei %  pie idlng nfflc-i "' the Plei k of th Court "ii or bef re tl • 1 ictoher, I % %  If you fall to do o, a D 1'. nf<—1 nl be entei %  i .^ 1 -• IU • • plaint : VTED thi* la %  I 182 E B LEATHERMAN irt neal) B %  I • %  %  • I'AJDIN I .;. Hlao'iji Mia 12 F %  '. 1 in,',12-19 "lOT'CS OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED C-iot-r 20722 A::s )' '3' File AA-20918 N rTI 'E IS HEREI v N it V S %  1 In if June A I %  : %  : %  ind tna tax deed to be 1 n. Said .• m tj if Dade u f Florlla < >1. .%  1 %  1 nade C iunt5 wfl ind a jecMin 1 '" %  rlda if 1 ..... In the r .... ithln liendar I 1 in : I f .\%  ii--w N r \< %  KDVNER t MNHEIMBR %  %  % 


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Friday, September 28, 1962 *• Jew 1st fhrkMOin Page 15-H Mizrachi Women's Noteworthy Programs By >VRS. ALFRED STONE Florida Coordinator, Mizrachi Women T HE glowing faces of happy children in Isra il is testimony to the never-faltering work and the ml 'jfws*f -tH-ojocts of Mizrachi Women's ization oi America. In the Mizrachi children's of Israel, thousands of children ar %  light up. each as an individual human faith rich with the .Jewish trad.This %  %  'the child anchorage, a feeling .' h i h %  is, despite in man} : parent -. I ist m the Hitler hoi icausl irl is g a fine ed ica! n in wellsta i con I • %  M it %  lei. a COT • i lucati in comprising r, rehgi J and ects y ir, U\ %  just-( >mplet! I Mizra %  gh in • • Negev, the new Beersheba ch I, ipen r registration so that thes vi %  rtunitj to %  „ %  l fine m n and m n ••-. a e %  'tasks in i~i i The Greater Miami com tun pi I to a tive part in al! this, Phe lers at present of Mizrachi v.. re in i .'' Ar.-jal Florida Conference, Miami Beach chapter is headed by Mrs PaulIrundv erg isident, and meets eve nesday, i p.m., at the new Washington Fedi. bid., 123? A'ashii [ton a\ \ D i\ chapt %  ot Miami, led by Louis To k a r, presi lent, meets every sc in I %  % %  ;dn • ij iple Beth El, 500 SW ITth a\ • Hatikvah chapter of Miami Beach lias just ted a new president, Mrs. Jacob Katz. who 'her with her board members have many insting [unction planned for this year. Aviva chapter, Mrs. Nathan Zeichner reelec• I president, is planning an installation luncheon and membership meeting jointly. Kinneret chapter of Young Mizrachi Women of Westchester and Miami is headed by Mrs. Donald Schrager, *h has announced many new members this year, Mizrachi Women's Organization activities iuring the outgoing year saw these personcities in the news: Left to right are Mrs. a nnie Grossinger, becoming a Mother in Israel; Commissioner Charles (Chuck) Hall, Father in Israel; Mrs. Israel Teitch, past president of Hatikvah chapter; and Mrs. Moses Dyckman, immediate past president of national Mizrachi. MRS. ALFRED STONE All chapters locally are cooperating in planning the forthcoming annual Florida conference to be held at the Fontainebleau hotel Dec. 10 and 11. Workshops and community meetings, led by nationally-known speakers and outstanding local leaders will be held. This year marks the passing of Mrs. Bessie Cotsfeld, the beloved founder of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America. It was her dream of 37 years ago to help these children, and Bessie Gotsfeld devoted her life to make it a reality. In her memory, a new project is being launched: the long-felt need to help the handicapped child, and also the exceptionally gifted child, which will be filled by the training of teachers to properly teach and guide these children. To make this project, which will be a living testimonial in her memory a success, the five Dade chapters have joined together and pledged themselves to this enthusiastic effort. A manifestation of the fine spirit which Imbues these women of the Greater Miami area is their pledge to double and triple each chapter's member.-hip this year. This year many new Motherin Israel, a term denoting the care of a child tor a year, were created, and during the coming year it is planned to invite many new Mothers-in-Israel and Fathersin-lsrael to swell their ranks All in all, the work of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America is a wholly satisfying work, a heart warming and most rewarding effort. Miami Histadrut Continued from Page 14-H leading medical service in Israel. Kupat Holim must enlarge its hospital capacity and out-patient clinics at a cost of millions of pounds. On the eve of Bosh Hashona. we take stock of yesteryear and plead for a brighter future. On the whole, we can be thankful that last year, for Israel, was not a bad one. To this goal. Creator Miami Jewry and Histadrut mutually pledge themselves at the occasion of Rosh Hashona 5723. A Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Patrone Gables Stationers OFFICE SUPPLIES! 129 GIRALDA AVENUE CORAL GABLES Phone HI 3-1633 Sol and Thelma Schreiber To All A Most Happy HAPPY NEW YEAR OWOSKI9T IXC. Wal/popers of Distinction] 4029 N. MIAMI AVENUE ATLANTA DAIUS MIAMI NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL JUNEZ CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2045 NE 151st ST. Phone Wl 7-7571 NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA. TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS CAREY MATTHEWS Your State Representative NEW YEAR GREET NGS WHITM0RE ELECTRIC COMPANY GREETINGS... manufacturers of • PATIO-RAMA • PATIO MAGIC ALUMINUM SLIDING GLASS DOORS • SHOWERAMA • SHOWER MAGIC BATH ENCLOSURES 7240 N E. 4th Avenu* T.lephons PL 8-7603 MIAMI 38, FLORIDA Best Wishes To Our Many friends and Acquaintances SHELLEY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. Caterpillar Reg. U.S. Fat. Off. MIAMI KEY WEST BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON WILLIAM "BILL" WISNESKY EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS Barber-Green Ditchers — Foundations — Septic Tanks Dry Wells — Backhoe Excavating 7240 S.W. 42nd Street M0 6-2523 Best Wishes for a Happy New Year Erie F. iAntlquist STORE FIXTURES 14480 N.W. 26th Avenue Opa-Locka, Florid* HAPPY NEW YEAR MECHANICS UNIFORM SERVICE 2136 NW 1st AVE., Miami FR 7-4631 "We Cater to Parties" Phone HI 3-4505 NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE 3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla. Italian Cuisine A WtW Conditioned 260 Seating Capacity "PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM" TO ALL GREETINGS "Since 1922" JOE GUTHRIE'S REPAIR SHOP GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST' 3828 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida Phone PL 7 1155 SEASONS GREETINGS FRANK & MAC'S GARAGE SPECIALIZING IN GENERAL AUTO REPAIR • WHEEl ALIGNMENT • BRAKES "AUTO AIR CONDITIONING' 108 SW 1st COURT Phone FR 9-9810



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fridoy. September 28, 1962 + hnitfi/rrlrffruj Page 5-E Africans in Israel are Forging New Links By JACOB SONNETAG Editor, TrtsJewish Quarterly of London W ALKING through the busy streets of Tel Aviv ( ,r Jerusalem it is nothing unusual to encoun)ir voting Africans wearing national costume or— nfflre rften—EiiropeainWWR. "' ~ They have become part of the Israeli scene. n ore color to the crowds of cinema-goers. ,.i >heppers and strollers who throng the and larger villages in the evenings. \ %  all the Africans are diplomats or mem%  I official delegations. In fact, those one lers are more likely to be trainees sent to ,,. io acquaint themselves with Israeli tneth ( ,: agriculture or to obtain technical school%  ; raftsmen. • b< gan ;.s an experimental project inau... by the Government's Department for in Cooperation, may well prove a most : and far-reaching scheme, leading te exchanges between Israel and the ne u: trie;:r.d serving as a link between hi Specially Suited •Uh a scheme could be conceived and ,, i-ul ;.; h>\ u largely due to the work of ii Israel. OKT has in recent years shifted its mail center of vocational training to Israel, in recognition i have been sent here to learn a trade, this is what I am doing. After I have finished. I'll <" home." Obviously, it will depend on their personal experiences and encounters whether these Africans will look Lack en the time they stayed in Israel ii joy or in anger Gratitude cannoi be expected as a matter of course, and the Israelis seem to be aware of this. Some make it their business to establish friendships with the "strangers in their midst" which is bound to benefit both sides. The Africans are quick in their response. In a moshav rot far from Nathanya. 1 was told of Continued on Page 9-E GREETINGS TO AAY BCXING & WRESTLING FANS CHRIS DUNDEE *•"• •• Wreif/.ng Prmfr MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM NEW YEAR GREETINGS Superior Dry (leaning. Mne. j ET SHOP AT COLUMBUS HOTll 2004 NE 2nd AVE. Miami Phone FR 3-0541 TC ALL GREETINGS BRYANT STUDIO Portraits Children's Photography 5440 Palm Ave. Ph. 681-2231 Hialeah TO OUR MANY FRIENDS V.CST HArPY HOLIDAYS T. VOLT ELECTRIC CO., INC. JCHN TOLE 122 SW 57th AVE. JOE MASON Ph. 666-2577 "And Peace Be Both Unto Thee, And Peace Be To Thy House, And Peace Be Unto All Thet Thou Hast" I Samuel 256 FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN OFFICES: Lincoln Road Mall at Washington Avenue Jl 8 6511 BRANCH OFFICES 755 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach IE 8-5511 260 Sunny Isles Blvd.. Sunny Isles Wl 7-6649 301 71st St.. Miami 8each IE 8-5511 16330 MW 7th Ave. Miami NA 1-3601 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY PAUL BARNETT SOL SCHREIBIR BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLY DADE COUNTY 228 NE 59th Street Miami Downtown Store Miami Beach Stot* 134 NE 1st Ave. 1608 Washington Ave. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TC ALL BEN AND ANNA MEYERS NEW YEAR GREETINGS ZEMAN'S RESTAURANT BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH DAILY 67c to 90c 1825 N.E. 163rd STREET North Micri Feoch N'f W Yl AS GREETINGS from HEIEN FEDERICO iKOWiMEl AM A RESTAURANT 200 NW 79th STREET MIAMI Pt 8-4031 TO All SEASONS GREETINGS JACK IM I I II I l ASS'T. CITY MANAGER MIAMI BEACH NEW YEAR GREETINGS KENNY STATIONERS OFFKE SUPPLIES l£GAl FORMS Greeting Cards by HALLMARK For Your Con.e.ience Call MO 5-4731 6047 MB. 8th ST. HOLIDAY GREETINGS HOWARD'S SUPER LIQUORS SI 5 WASHINGTON AVE., Miami Beach Jl 6-4445 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO All ANDRE & DEUPHINE JE 2-3561 2213 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI EU(H TO All SEASONS GREETINGS CHARLES WEINBERG, REALTOR LAND ANALYST, ACREAGE SPECIALIST 1/CENSED MORTGAGE BROKER 420 LINCOLN RD., Miami Beach Ph. 5344331



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Friday, September 28, 1 952 *• f,-* >** %  in -r• -f, Page 15-A ~. %  a %  ( LEGAL NOTICE | AMI LAW %  %  1 II %  CE L\DLR ,'h. LAW %  %  lir.il • I S HI S3 in N i: %  i • nl i %  : H ; WEISS -. -y JUDGES' COURT OUNTY, FLORIDA -2028 C i Clark) : %  'i RANK, formi rl> know n • I'I ink F INTENTION TO MAKE -PPLICATION FOR riNAL D SCHARGE hereby Klven rb.it l %  iml I epol i ""I ; %  • i %  Exi i-utrix IKVI.Nii IK.\ NK lie • Iml "ii Mi. M li da m>l>l> to the Hn T '".in. Count) Judge %  : |.i t..' appro! M ml fm fin 'I >li%  ihi %  %  i ..,-• \ %  %  : \ \ l> i • •fwrm BY HENRY IE0NA" R0 "And on Rosh Hashanah Eve, I'll make Him three simple requests that there should be no more anti-semitism; no more H-bombs; and that there should be blintzes for everybody!" Cr. I>JJ. Ojrwu PiaJ'KiIwi LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE %  T HE JE N •' ^ NOT CE OF i_ i -> ".wri • %  fi wi %  ... i, i i STII I rlli i il i KUKi %  %  %  H i iT I' I.AKI-: %  \ %  >\ ,U'I ..i.l i.c %  %  • • I, I I l\ • : il. IT M...I l-PN .-. • :..l N.i. 138. MI [JIT Spine II. %  .!• %  I>, Hollmllll W ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *>Jenist lflhi'ii%/Tiri solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-46*5 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CRCUIT COLRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR I3-DE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C-8930 M.I-! II r-SVrlal Ni. ::.:. Hot, •, %  %  %  /i-'N* Kr.nKKAI. KAVINllfl VND l: : i ..\\ ASSCHi VTION •"' III VI. frUrerator Mod', ,;V,.,., ,,i wanUeil ui.de, the I..ws'..i ln Pnlted W*M, LEGAL NOTICE •. l| DGE s COURT D'.nE COl MTV, -ATE %  ..2B BTOI %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C '. ~~ IN AND FOR D':' • FLOR DA IN ==--3_ £ No 5701'-B IN RK i:\i.\i NOTICE %  V NO" CE NDE3 F :TIT JUS NAME %  '• :x i • V i i •• i i| ilie.l to file our iinBW'el •• plaintiff* romplaint with the the aforeaaid Court, and sen |ij I her. |ilalnl Ifl a \ MARTIN I-INK, l lih Moor Dado r'e.leral KM* Miami 32, Floi : • % %  Intel than I lotober 12, 1962, ir i l %  • i • %  Pro i "onf. — i ill be I ii ln*1 \ ',;l K, li I.EATHKRM VN "lei • till • i: %  Ull %  ill H) N A HKVV ETT. I>..|,ui\ lierk 'IN KINK Mlfl nil Kid %  21 J\ 1" ", %  %  \ • N 3 I, I %  %  %  11 \\ I • %  %  TO DEI • V JUDGE'S COURT • K DAUE COUNTY. DA iN PROBATE No. 56891-B Si'HVV v RTSS, t TO CP.ED TORS VI P. r-nx HavS'a I d .... 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'•• I. rib. il I>I |H fty. n-wii i...i %  ::. nioek I", •• v i: %  • i. • l v liAKl >ENS, i the 1 ,,,,... I III nk •• i f the I'lllille Ki I ind. I' I h.i.%  i.M nnd you i> AN 11:i. s I:I -i. E i i other follow • | i %  IT : %  %  %  %  %  iiluli |i .ii"' with the t Ii ....• %  mil K..| vi ii : up,.ii plaintiff* %  •' MARTIN KINK I It li Hool I I li I %  I I* in The Jew Miami 32, Klorlihi reii it M m ,:. r than tvtober 29th, 1962, or .< \ :_ .-' • % %  ... pro i •onfeswi w ill nter. %  • %  %  %  %  l ma : l n • II %  .ted Sept -I 19b! K LI. I.KATHKRMAN %  ..,.. %  |h. i'M, Mil •••"HI lfOPRI.ANH i %  i-l.-i-l. vll IN PIN K IE %  I r. OF I I V. SK 11 I.MAN I XI • M'AN : %  under tii • i i i.i. Hi Ij i,...'.. i*. mt> i i"' t'l'TI.ER IlilHIK I'MKI ..... rdlnn m the ..... lint Itoo %  I vein !., Plaint Vll i i:i: SVKISS ... Ron I i • %  In I hi i if the %  I M nr he' • III.nil, ii.l i 'cunUI >nfca*ed l>> I MIM I %  mbi i. r.l VTIIEHM VN "• rk U I. 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Friday. September 28. 1962 J€ni$t fkridfraw Page 7-G Miami's Zionist Districts look to Future By LOUIS B. RUDNICK, Chairman presidents Council, Greater Miami District Zionist Organization of America [•, this 65th anniversary year of the Zionist <>r ization of America, we look back with pride DD j r'-markable record of achievement and forlo a future flf continued service in Israel the Pnited Slates. As the New Year ap ic are ayain mindful of Ihe 65 years ot %  which the ZOA has been privileged to give people of Israel, as well as to American .. due to the efforts not only of our dedicat.; leadership, but also to the inspiring ren nd national leadership this past year, that i great accomplishments were made possible. great deal of pride we, of the Greater ZOA District-, look back upon these major >nts and realize that without the loyal sup I ol our 2,500 members, this would not have •..• | ossible • i d( the very important pans of our program ZOA youth work on the American scene in i pei am" with Iladassah. Under our joint n"idY/oung Judaea membership has continued to : r.d those SO children who were fortunate I ti io attend Camp .ludaea in Hendersonville. N this past summer have returned with a ureat ill inspiration. Our Zionist youth camp in lersonviUe has received national recognition. is one of the few Jewish youth camps in the south that has embarked on an intensive positive Jewish program. Israel Culture Here In order to raise funds for our youth work, and ;it-( to bring some true Israeli music and culture r community, the Greater Miami Districts of i hi ZOA combined their efforts at the very bening of the year to bring to the Miami Beach torium "A Cavalcade of Israel Stars." headrd b> such noted Israeli artists as Yaffa Yarkoni. ; idaim. Itzhak Perlman and the Yemenite Chairman of this -standing room only" af .... Ben Ciller, and following the pertorm -pecial reception in honor of the artists ;.nded by over 300 people. The entire promi ot the concert were earmarked for local Zion.-t youth work, as well as for scholarships to (amp Judaea and to Camp Tel Yahuda. one of the highlights of the local program of '. ZOA is the Miami Beach Zionist District Lunchi ub. which starts soon after the High Holy and continues until summer. Chairmen of


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Tcce 8-A kttif fhrkto** Fiiday, Pt-< embei '-' %  1S62 Israel Bonds to Begin Repayment of $24 Million ** ,, pntral task ol Nege> develoj WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Israel pay out to American investors in the coming year S24.50O.00O representing principal and interest on the first Israel Bonds floated in the United States in 1951. it was announced Sunday by Dr. Joseph .1. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization. The bonds to be redeemed eon-; of the Independence Issue 12savings bonds issued in May The program of redemption. will begin May l. 1963. was a: the closing session of three-day national planning con%  the Israel Bond OrganiMore than 600 delegates th United States ami Canada e I m launching the [all cam. ..-, i'. r Israel Bonds to raise $37,I I .:-. the remaining 100 days > ir the amount required achieve a goal ol $66,500,000 ir ; ,: l%2 Dr. Schwartz hailed the beginni.io of full repayment of bonds as "a milestone in Israel's economic development and as an indica'ion of the faith of Israel Bond subscribers in the people of Israel and the capacity to build a viable ard dynamic economy against great odds and in the face of many difficulties." He emphasized that "our investment in Israel has paid off not only in dollars and cents, but in the even greater dividend cf the emergence of Israel as a growing democracy ri as the refuge and home tor many hundreds of thousands c' displaced Jews. Dr Schwartz reported that the 8^63.000,000 provided by Israel Bonds in the last 11 years was a crete demonstration of the %  growing and enduring partnership between world Jewry and Israel. He said that "of the total of S563.(0.000 obtained since May 1. 1951. $145,000,000 represented the proceeds from the Independence issue; $234,000,000 from the First Development issue; and $183.000,000, from the current Second Develop-, ment issue. Addressing the conference Sun-; i 1 ay night, Israel's Finance Minis-1 ter Levi Eshkol said that although I Ihe European Common Market was not established with any intention to harm Israel and other small na-! lions, it nevertheless represented "a great danger to us unless we become associated with it in some form." Mr. Eshkol also made known that the threat of an Egyptian rocket attack has reached a p lie said immigration, Jack S. Popick. Miami Israel Bond leader, receives cone:: tions of Samuel Rothbera, national campaign chairman, upo being named chairman'of the board of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Announcement of Popick s appointment was made in Washington, D.C., on Sunday at the nctional planning conference of Israel Bonds, where announcement was also made that Jack A. Cantor had been appointed chairman for the State of Florida. duction of protection for local industry. The Israeli Minister reported also that the missile race was spreading to the Near East, citing threats by Nasser compelling Israel to use a great part of its tax revenues for defense. "When Nasser stands by Egyptian rocket launchers and boasts that they are trained in our direction, we dare not mistake this for an idle propaganda boast," he said. The alternative to disaster, he added, was to convince Nasser that "the distance from Tel Aviv to Cairo, as the rocket flies, is the same as from Cairo to Tel Aviv." Mr Eshkol said that while Israel :seeking ways of est peace, thi n is : %  n "'. the Arab -• can threaten us n [ the rea1 A mat* • "• lne Ji .Sta'i Hi | financi lh< i %  •:• %  rael Bonds 1 main! omi< % %  pment ih< ir unn strict! for :hi i :.'.!> i I largi massi • homeless Jews. He warm any delaj or cut ing immigrants now arri In meeting the challenges f the European Common Market, security, and immigration. Eshkol said Ihe CM ment cai th k< ) I cui %  >': .non ic stabthtj was in the 5 sed the permanent srae | Bonds in financing and establish• i and industries i-i the N< Or Abba Hill*! Silver, chairman of the board cf governors of th" Israel Bond Organizat.on. e m,ed 'he role of Israel in r.g passible absorption of >mers whe provide the manpower naeded for Israeli indus.culture alone cook' net support a large poou0 I. I i mine v .. cntral imnd its y I eli >me homi less the con David Horowitz, Governor ol the Bank ol Israel; Dr v F<>< i 'airman of the Bank Leumi Le-Israel; Samuel Rothbers national campaign chairman of the Israel Bond Organizalii n; and Louis II Boyar national chairman ol the Trustee.of the Israi I Boi • Cantor Named State of Fla Chairman Popick to Head Israel Bond Board Here; Two Greater Miami Israel Bond leaders were in the national lime light last Sunday at the national joint where Israel must increase. p ] ann j ng conference of the Israe its deterrent military strength. In facing the Common Market issue. Mrs. Eshkol said it would he "economic suicide to panic or "bury our heads in the sand." Held rut that Israel embarked new economic policy eight .ago aimed at rentention of ts markets in Europe because percent of all Israeli ex had been going to Europe. The new Israeli policy involved currency devaluation, elimination ol cial subsidies, gradual elimiof import controls, and reBond Organization. At a gathering of more than 500 kaders from all over the United States and Canada, announcement was made that Jack S. Popick. Miami Israel Bond worker, had been appointed chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond board of governors, and that Jack A Cantor. long-time bond leader and foi i r Miami chairman, had been appointed Israel Bond chairman for the State of Florida Worldwide notables at the conPB1B Kay Ifte New Year bring joy Jo ycu and your loved ones, peace to Israel and all mankind. Z lCpTz /• %  Downtown Office 4? Broadway I ^k^k / U New York 4 N Y • Dl 4 7600 I WmK/lfW^ MIAM! OFFICE: c^ %  407 UNCOIN ROAD JI 8-0329 iSA.->o;, £ Gen. Viga! Alien Slated io Appeal Ssadore Hecht to Chair Albert ir. ference included Levi Eshkol, Finance Minister of the State of Israel; Dr, Joseph J. Schwartz, national vice president of the Israel Bend Organization; and Dav id Horowitz, Governor of the Sank of Israel. Popick Sam;.... Grea'.i M i Gn • c i t J ': %  iVOl maki • vi -;. i ::i rt "to hi : crease I e ol Israi I B m new and continui I Is Ami kers at thi tional ham F( inl < rg president of the Is rael B. nd Orgai Ai a Kill) Silvi r nati nal board ol iors. Returning to Miami w,th the Miami delegation, Pcpick promised that "our community will again attain the national spotlight for its Israel Bond effort as we swing into our intensified f a \\ activities." He The coming months will be highlighted by a numbi dramatic communitj fun,. well as functioi undertaken bj manj individual or ations and congreg; behalf of Israel Bonds, With the continued support and devote,! help of our many workers and leaders I am confident thai this year Irael Bond effort will reach new and gratifying heights." i, i:. named • e Bel %  • honoi James M Albert i Sin evening. Oct. 14. at Dora) C ntry ( Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual i: of Temple Beth Sholom, and nationally-noted Israel Bond leader, announced that one ol Israel's great statesmen and heroes. Gen. Yigal Allon, will come to Miami as representative of the State of Israi 1 to honor Albert Gen. Allon, Minister of Labor of the State of Israel, and a hero of his country's War of Liberation, is widely known for his outstanding leadership as commander-in-chief of Palmach, the shock troop division of the Jewish Defense Forces ir. Palestine, which played a major role in Israel's struggle for independence. %  • member et. the 44 • port ment's capacity as -jmn • ': • tii • which nto be%  %  ctober 10. 1918. in t.' • ol Kf r Tal n el, hi reci tion at (he net : cultural Schi i ol the execul Hi is Hameuchad it ment Foundat : < : Allon began I at the age ol :: dint and as a member o eer Youth Mow ment Ilaganah. During the ea of World War II. hi a> volunteer with tl Bi and saw activj service Allies in Syria en. L< 1P-43. he was ap] man. er of Pain ai until the eve 11 Israi ence in 1949 hi • • in-chief When the Arat rmie; Israel shortly a'-i^-" he was prorre'er -o the brigadier Dnrl I Army During 1 •:• ence Mlon si ategic mi ill fronts, includ Central Israi ridor, the Ni Sinai Si < reserve ofl ed Forces "i %  lucaIgn• \ibbuti v'ttle, stale Pie* ned the \ears Jewish Army. th the in. In :y COB-vaded i -.jence, ink ot srd %  lalik*. %  \rn> Our sincere wishes to > everyone for a year of Peace, Health and Happiness 9200 N.W. 27th AVE. • OX 6-17U Americo's Lorcjest Chevrolet Decle-f I MIAMI NEW YORK BALTI/vCIE BOSTON DAYTONA BEACH



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Tiiday. September 28. 1962 +Jeni$ti fhridliar Page 9-G departmentalized. There is the Family Service rtmc nt, which provides individual, family, ,1 parent-child counseling. The Child %  .., Department offers footer home care, service unmarried mothers, and an adoption program. AH Department of Services to the Aged focuses special problems of aging and provides counseling in family relationships, private reaidenij,| care, and aid to the older person in planning for ni' care, housing, and other concrete needs. Service Despite Limitations Thi agency's professional services are provid ( ; b trained social case-workers, experienced in %  cork 1 people and their problems, bringing to ; sympathy, understanding and prolVvional skill 1 id of directors is responsible to the itj which supports the program, and is charged with formulating the agency's policies and gm In spite of budgetary limitations which resulted in .i reduction of professional staff, the agency provided service to the largest number of people in its forty two-year history. The Miami Beach office was fully established as a district office so :hat r. sidents of the area could secure professional services more quickly and conveniently The Browaril county district office was increased to a full time operation, and our services conUnued to expand to meet their needs. The Broward County Committee of .IFCS was organized to serve in an advisury and liaison capacity to the agency. There was Increased activity on both the board and general membership levels, as committees worked to develop greater community awareness and supp. rt of the agency's needs and programs. Individual memberships have been steadilv increasing The JFCS Women's Committee, formed last year to help interpret the agency to the community and to raise funds in support of its services, has already attained a membership of 250, and will embark this year on activities even more ambitious than those which last year won this dedicated group the Miami News Community Service Award. Due to the great need for treatment facilities for emotionally-disturbed children, the agency is attempting to establish and operate a small group treatment home here in Miami. Community Support In this era of continually rising costs, it requires more money each year to maintain exist ing services, and we cannot afford to do only that if we are to continue to meet the ever-increasing social welfare needs of our ever-growing population Therefore, the agency will continue to seek financial support through special gifts, donations, bequests, and legacies. We welcome the community's interest and participation in our continued efforts effectively to serve the community. Home Auxiliary a Towering Contribution By MRS. LAURENCE SILVERMAN President, Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary Jewish Home for the Aged %  PHE r< sidents of Douglas Garden's Jewish Home t. r the Aged insist that life begins anew at g| and. because of loving care, unique social work ..nil faith in themselves, they welcome ever) tomorrow, beautiful, modern Home may resemble a motel, but it is not for retirement or easy living It is for aged people, who are physically. • motionally and socially disabled, but billing to try to get better Their record it success is amazing and inspiring. our Home has an infirmary section for the s.ck nnd physically incapacitated, and an ambulatory section for those up and around. With a staff of qualified doctors, nurses, aides and a physical therapist, the finest care and treatment are proModern medicine and equipment are utilizthe fullest. In the physical therapy departhopelessness turns into courage as persons with crippling arthritis or paralysis use hilipool baths, diathermy machines and leg app iratus to regain strength. Coordination of Effort the occupational therapy department, our work on leather goods, make ceramics. IS proud of their creative efforts now %  : years past. Our executive director. Pearlstein, has instituted the most pro %  principles of geriatric: at the Home As n the care of our aged by providing ade. quarters, nourishing food and the finlical care, they are free to enjoy their at Douglas Gardens History has been it the Home in the lasl decade Jus' .. linating group of the four AuxilMRS. LAURENCE SRVflUMN iaries was organized by Mrs. David Phillips, an officer and parent body leader. Represented by the presidents of each group and one vice president, a new idea came into effect at the Home. The purpose of this group is to have all the Auxiliaries working together harmoniously and planning programs, suitable for each group <"ie combined affair by all the groups has been planned for the near future. The women play an unusual role in the Home's structure and existence. Our Greater Miami worn: to contribute innually toward the residents maintenance We give al least $1,000 .. yeai to the Home for special medicines and the scrvici '•! an eye specialist. When equipment is led m the Physical Therapy Room, our Greater Miami Auxiliary provides the need. Monthly birthdaj parties, boat rides and concerts are proContinued on Page 15 G 4* l > (Lima U. ikes nut BETH EL CONGREGATION -00 S.W. 17th Avenue SOLOMON SCHIFF. Rabbi ABE CHIEL President FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORDER BEN-GURION BRANCH NO. 304 Wishes the lew* and Chovcrim all over the world a Happy New Year MAX B. ASTOR. President WM. L. BECKWITH. Secy. MRS. MIRIAM HALPERN. Vice President HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. BERT SHER KENNY and ARTHUR 74 SHORE DRIVE WEST, MIAMI MR. and MRS. NATHAN H. SPIEGELMAN and Children, Bob, Max, Fred, Coy, Shirley Coil, Steven Mark, Cory Allen ond Suion Patrice Wish All Their Relatives and friends • Happy and Prosper.** New Year TEMPLE BETH AM Prays that all who wander today may find a home in the year to come. It extends wishes for a meaningful and fruitful New Year tc all of its friends. HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, Rabbi ROBERT H. NEWMAN, President 1 THE PRESIDENT OFFICERS and DIRECTORS of the B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE "Mother lodge of Greater Miami" EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES AND TO ALL JEWRY EVERYWHERE Best Wishes for a Most Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year! A. DAVID RAYVIS President SANFORD M. SWERDtIN President-Elect THE FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH CENTER Wishes a Very Happy New Year la All Its Members and friends 50 N.W. 51st PLACE HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE OF GREATER MIAMI Extends Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators, :c the) Bureau of Jewish Education, and to :he Entire Jewish Community for a HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR RABBI SHIMON AZUIAY, President DAVID FRIEDMAN, Honorary President MISS NETTIE GOIDSTEIN, Vice President MEYER SAMBERG, Vice President MR. and MRS. JOSEPH COHEH EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHFUL AND CONSTRUCTIVE NEW YEAR To the Officers, Directors and Staff of the BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION and the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION; To the Rabbis and Jewish Teachers and to the many friendsj of Jewish Education throughout Greater Miami MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER of CHILDREN'S ASTHMA RESEARCH INSTITUTE and HOSPITAL JEWISH NATIONAL HOME*FOR ASTHMATIC CHILDREN EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL DOROTHY RITTERMAN, President



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Ifridcy. September 28, 1962 + k*isiirkrHicMgi equipment over the ring of steel which Egypt had anchored into the ground below Tel Aviv, that rtretcbed from Hebron in the hills of Judea westr d to the Mediterranean at Ashdod—a ring of I made up of cannon and tanks and anti-air* ft ca nnon that spewed a hail of hot explosive hells up at the transport aircraft which flew Ihough thi< and over their lines. These were transport aircraft not equipped or designed for combat—no armor plate'for'the *'?rew and no selfetlinfl bullet proof fuel tanks as had the bombfrs |t was simply a matter of going in doggedly. hoping that under cover of darkness, and blackout the exhaust flames and sound of the engines vmuld perhaps be a difficult target for the Arab gunners. Primitive Airlift ,M insported full emergency field hospital \ surgeons and nurses, young Israeli vol,, mpletc with operating equipment and -,,:. %  ,i| collapsible water tanks, fuel an.I oil j 0T ln( pops "f the Palmach, which we also ear%  : complete with crew, all manner of prodefensive hardware from barbed wire. % %  %  anti-tank mines, food. ater. to tires lot the ground vehicles. Our landing strips were lozed dirt strips cut out of the rolling Negev, barely wide enough lor the i landing gear, and just enough for :to clear obstructions. There wasn't m i.ir full-length stnps. just enough to stop with brakes smoking from the • • •: Ihi idst of this travail and funou~ activ ity, or. with the aircraft at hand, starting with s couple of battered cargo-type DC"-4 aircraft. F.I Al Israel Airlines was created, and its first flights successfully completed. With no interior furnishings, we improvised seme seats and even a bit ul "plush for Dr. Chaim Weizmann. our first distinguished VIP, whom we brought in from Switzerland to lake over the helm of State for the new land ol Israel. The plush consisted of a sofa and overstuffed armchairs, securely anchored to the urge tie-down fittings in the floor of the plane. arri lor the amenities, we carried in an old fa-V wntd ice box. fastened it down, stocked it with plenty oi ire—the good old fashioned variety for which everyone used to que up in the cities—and jarnbhed this with the most palatable elements for culinar> delight available. We commandeered Ux maitre d' of the Park hotel in Tel Aviv, who was then serving in the armed forces, and sent %  to prove his talents in the kitchen. 1: A. is an operation cloaked in secreo as the enemy was still very active in the air The air lit parted at night, and returned with our to meet off the coast, at the very first n. A Sovereign Nation never forget the sight of Dr. Wei; and erect in those days, large ol fi -uit and black hat. stepping down fi n the awkward, improvised steps of sl.ee! ing to take the salute of an horn r | th> /.,, Hagana [/Israel. This was a sight to rts of the most spartan—a silent com1 ihanksgiving and rededication as throats nd eyes grew moist: the President ol State of Israel accepting the first official l welcome on the sacred and ancient soil free and sovereign Jewish nation after 2,000 ol dispersion. This also marked the firt ( El Al Israel Airlines in its major role. which continues even today in the ingathering— 'he return to Israel. • that moment, many millions of miles Poge 5-F El Al Israel Airlines opened one of its largest American branch offices some two years ago at 16C2 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Copt. Leo Gcrdner (right), wartime air hero end former operations officer for El Al. is shown with Rabbi Irving Lehrmcn. spiritual 'eader of Temple Emanu-El, and Ha Harel, 1958 international awcrd-winning air stewardess for El Al, ct the dediccticn ceremony. have been logged by El Al and fine crews in buildin;; the lines which now extend from the United Slates, across the Atlantic ocean, throughout Europe, the Mediterranean area, as far east as Teheran and south through Nairobi. Kenya, lo Johanesburg in South Africa. The Star of David, the "Magen David." is a familiar sight at the major international airports and gateways ol these areas on our giant Boeing Intercontinental 707 420 jet aircraft, which are second to none as to size, capacity, speed, and comfort, and on our Boeing 720 Is. with their latest fan jet engines. These aircraft have considerably shortened previous scheduled times while providing the luxurious comfort and appointments only possible in these large, spacious interiors as compared with the more restricted dimension? ol the smaller jet aircraft in use by other European airlines. Operating statistics as published by the International Air Transport Assn.. for all transatlantic air carriers, leav< no doubt as to the high attainmtnt ol El Al in passenger load lactor percentages The fact thai we nave had three conseculivi years < I 1I eration with a prolit. modest though it may be. hut standing out in contrast to the published operating losses ol most of the Trarsatlantic carriers, -peaks we'.i oi the compet,:-,,, ol El am emenl and polio H speaks meet [things affecting :nc sum total: B tu v seltctioi %  th< typ< ol aircraft; superior .., ... rafl pr ficiency, without which -: mu)t:-mil hi| : -' nce sk >' not p s-ibly maintain i i r< fitable operat j, frequency: schedule d d< %  arture and arn | gr •. convenience to the traveling publie set ic which is more than comparable! tl jhat offered bj other carriers: ::rd the interest of an us i: th< traveling public In the realm i I pas enger reii tii ns Irom the moment ol ion-act with El Al, and his boarding oi the aircralt. the passenger has the feeling of being cared for with true Israel; hospitality and warmth Ih lsraelboun.1 traveler actually is in Israel from departure at Idlewild airport instead of only from arrival at Lod airport For the TransContinued on Page '4" F HAPPY NEW YEAR TC ALL OUR FRIENDS GENE SNYDER & CO. REALTOR 229 Sunny Islet Blvd. Miami Beach Wilson 7-3566 7 C ALL GREETINGS DOUGLAS KAYLOK WHOLESALE FABRICS end FURNITURE 133 NE 40th STREET Ph. 759-8241 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS 1 A. Cantor Associates, toe. 1451 N BAYSHORE DRIVE Phone FR 4-9081 Season's Best Wishes to All SAVAGE & CO.. INC. 561 N.E. 79th STREET PL 1-9765 OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES SPECTOR and SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS 575 SW 22nd Avenue Phone FR 9-1365 Van's Equipment & Rentals Distributors for COOPER CLIPPER POWER MOWERS Soles — Rentals — Repairs TOOLS & MACHINERY RENTED 1830 N.W. 20th Street Phone NEwton 5-8712 Wish You All A Very Happy New Year TITLE INSURANCE A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION as to the condition ol title. LANGFOftD BUILDING, MIAMI — FR 1-5411 ESCROWS — ABSTRACTS FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY — TOM BLAKE THE FLAG CENTER Jo All Greetings ASSOCIATED DISPLAY CORPORATION MANUFACTURERS OF SPECIAL FLAGS C. M. 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Friday, September 28, 1962 Jewish fhridlSairi Page 9-1 that il had come for the purpose of pledging $3.n ii | ; for the new "Me Ami" project to :! by the community of Greater Miami with• reeyear period through cash gifts and the Foundation for Jewish National Fund HI wills, bequests and assignment of inpolicies. The announcement electrified the ..ii 1,500 delegates from every section of try. who greeted the announcement with us applause. conferring with the Miami delegation, ma! le i lership, consisting of Albert Schiff. ;. Mendel N. Fisher, reining execi .•: I Dr .i seph Sternstein, new execi I lefi for Jerusalem to lay the plan bi n K IJ itneth Leisrael. Mar. 21. upon his return from Jerusa \.;honored by Greater Miami Jewry at gural-testimonial, where he Inaugur Organization Strengthened I thisand historic undertaking v. .is not j accomplishment of the Jewish National i Miami during this eventful year. The INI Miami has achieved unprecedented growth structure and progress in its development v : and strong organizational department was with Ezra Finegold as chairman. Julius ein as co-chairman, and Dr. J. A. Greenhoui as livision chairman for Biscayne Point. od, Ft Lauderdale and West Palm Beach |i : capacity as chairman of the organizaepartment, Finegold was instrumental in tli-.North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith lack Wilson, dedicated community leader, with grove ol l.OOO trees to be planted in his ; the State of Israel. More than hall if ve was subscribed at a single function, and .lance was pledged within the next j \ley Siegel, ::\ charge of the War Veterans Divts busy activating the Jewish War Veti • %  • • .tlf I f JNF. JNF Fiundation Division, under the co anship of Johan L. Herman, Bernard Silver •i Sih er, will enable the Foundation for INF • nt its program to the guests and residents ..: ::• %  many hotels in our community. I; recognition of Greater Miami's outstanding achit .ment on behalf of Foundation for JNF. Dr Irvinj Lehrman. chairman of the Foundation in Greater Miami, was invited by the national office guesl speaker at the JNF-ZOA breakfast the national ZOA conference in Washington recently. Hanan Yarden. world chairman for I u..;ion, who came from Jerusalem to further th( rk of the Foundation in this country, and > • Greater Miami for two months during the


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Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. September 28. 1962 Section E %  urn—' .A VIEW OF HAIFA AND ITS MAGNIFICENT BAY from the heights of Mt. Carmel. One of the world's most beautiful cities, Haifa is a favorite vacation spot for Israelis as well as tourists, boasting luxurious hotels, a sparkling Mediterranean beach, cosmopolitan industries, and a vivid cultural and artistic life. *' <3srael: IJJficre f^ast and J-uUi • re arc Q M i • Fasi and future are forever welded into the Jewish present. This is absolutely basic to a people whose culture and traditions are traced in roots go.ng back many thousands of years; it i* fundamental to a people.who understand that the nches of tomorrow will m ?f* bi Y* fashioned by the siuff of our carefully-guarded hentage from yesterday. In Israel, the welding of past and future is everywhere apparent. The Hebrew New Year 5723 will set the stage for Israel's 15th anniversary celebration beginning in May. 1963. Fifteen years of creative building, struggle, expansion and watchful waiting against an enemy eternally set to destroy her — all this constitutes a significant hallmark in the life of a young republic. What has Israel accomplished during the decade and a half since her reemergence in our time? What do her people believe? What do ihey hope for, and toward what do they aspire? Some of the answers to these questions, and answers to still other questions implied in them, will be tounO in the following pages. To Israel's first 15 years, and tc American Jewry's spiritual and historic stake in Israel reborn, this section is dedicated. •



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"dTewisli Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday. September 28. 1962 Section I Our Political Leaders Welcome the New Year %  %  %  %  THE WHITE HOUSE On the -fia^JfSS^S 0 eriod of the Jewish H^ J tQ all Q i our come the opportunityJo e*^ I rm tellow Amenco^el £ ^ ^ Year greetings and bes ^ In this solemn period,you a ^ on ti redediccrte you-^ ane*^ .igm.ausnessla.a" !" ^ ^^ Nl ,ver was ihe desire > V M tfrong this message d goad *>"• | %  JJ. .-,.. r SIDfNT KfNNlDT STATE OF FLORIDA Office of the Governor Tallahassee, Florida We are grateful for Florida's many Jewish citizens who are proud contributors to our State's growth and to our constant national search for peace through understanding and justice. On this celebration of Rosh Hashona. it is appropriate that we pause in recognition of Judaism's contributions to our nation, and to our world through the centuries. We share with our Jewish neighbors the joy of entry into a new year, with its new opportunities and challenges, and with them are thankful for the accomplishments of the years past and for the progress we have made in the fields of tolerance and understanding. May this holy time be one of joy and renewed dedication to the realization of our destiny under God. FARMS BRYANT JOHN F. KENNEDY %  s OP REPRESENTATIVES U.S. HOUSE h OF t ^ r w ,*hinmv each .. UNITED Co **rriir*E0 STATUS *, \ 1 I...J A



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SOUTH MIAMI Mrs. Sadie Fagan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein and Children, Edyse, Martin and Andrea EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL LEO AND NOLA EISENSTEIN Extend their New Year Wishes to al SEASONS GREETINGS STAN'S CYCLE SHOP COLUMBIA — HUFFY NEW — USED — REPAIRS 13749 N.W. 7rh Avenue Phone MU 5-1*31 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS WERNER KAHN PHOTOGRAPHER 2511 Collins Ave. Miami Beach JE 1-1872 HOLIDAY GIKTtNGS TO ALL Uncle Eric's Happy Town Th Store Where the Unusual it Usual Imported and Domtsfic Toy! 2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone HI 4-C470 WSFX n> %  .< I tra including five women DO the occasion of its arrival in the United State* :or :ts last seven-week tcur under the auspices ot the America-brae] Cultural Foundation. During the tour, the orchestra played before 150,persons at 32 concerts in 25 ::.es. 'Musicians of the Jewish fa contributed to the music ci the C. • Ccr.iederate regiments marched to the lilting quicksteps of Jewish composers and arrcr.c-ers." Jewish Musicians During the Civil War By WILLIAM TUCKMAN ISfHlLE little is known about the contribution of musicians of Jewish origin to the music of the Civil War. there is evidence that they played a part in the music of that historic period in American history'. One such musician was Sigmund Schlesinger. born to parents of the Jewish faith on March 1. 1835 in Lai'pheim. Wuertemberg. Germany. Even as a young lad. he showed a talent for music by singing and praying at various concerts. He studied music at the Munich Conservatory' and at one time trained for the profession of acting, but gave up the idea because of the objection of his parents. When Schlesinger was twenty-five years of age he came to this country, and the following year went to Mobile. Ala. Mobile had been settled in 1701 by the French under Le Moyne de Bienville and Le Moyne dTberviHe. At the time of Schlesinger's arrival, this Gulf City of Alabama was a thriving southern seaport of wealth and culture. Its citizens enjoyed the good things of life. As early as 1848, the Mobile Musical Association contributed to the pleasure of Mobile's lovers of good music. In the homes, pianos were making their appearance in ever increasing numbers, and young ladies of good families were learning to play the pianoforte. First Music Shop The gradual increase of the Jewish population of Mobile led to the organization of the congregation "Shaarei Shomayim," in 1841. The first president was Israel I. Jones, also president of the Mobile Musical Association. In 1853 larger quarters had to be found for the growing congregation and at the dedication exercises of the new building the Mobile Register wrote: "The synagogue is worthy in all respects of the high character of our Jewish brethren for wealth, intelligence and character. How proud must the enfranchised descendants of the patriarchs have felt yesterday who were sometime since the slaves and serfs of Russia, Austria, and Prussia. Poor Poland." The writer is teacher of music at Brooklyn College in New York Tc this musical and cultural center ca esinger with a letter of introduction to Joseph Bloch, known in Mobile as the "Fai .< r of Music." Joseph Bloch, of Jewish origin, had established the first music shop and small scale punishing business in Mobile. The shop became the rendezvous for the musicians of Mobile, both proft -sional and amateur. There they practiced their owe compositions and performed the latest music ircm New York and Europe. Schlesinger was admitted to this circle of musicians and began to teach music shortly there after. Both he and a relative, Jacob Schlesinger. established themselves in the building used by Joseph Bloch. at 55 Dauphin Street, taught pianc tc the young ladies of Mobile, and wrote and arranged original music. In 1870 Sigmund Schlesinger applied to congregation Shaarei Shomayim for the position of organist and choir leader. He was engaged and held that post for thirty-ix years until his death on April 14, 1906. Popular Series Sigmund Schlesinger composed six complete services for the Reform Synagogue in Americi These included three for Sabbath evening and morning, one of the three festivals, and two for the High Holy Days. These services were adopted by some of the Reform congregations in this country, and published in several editions. Schlesinger also became the director of the Gesang-Verein Frohsinn. the leading choral organ ization of Mobile. It is because of his work with the Frohsinn that he achieved his greatest fame and is best remembered. The Society became a distinguished musical organization and took creditable part in the singing festivals of the North American Saengerbund in New Orleans. Cleveland ar.d Cincinnati. Both Sigmund and Jacob Schlesinger collaborated on a popular series of pieces for the piano which was titled "Southern Flowers," and described on the title page as "A Selection of Favorite Pieces Arranged for the Piano Forte and respet lively dedicated to the Young Ladies of the Sun ny South." This selection of lively dance tunes included waltzes, polkas, schottisches, gallopa>'L>TO ALL GREETINGS ELI Win CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY WHOLESALERS CANDY • CIGARETTES • PAPER WONT YOU Hav-a-Tampa Cigar? "THEY'RE BETTER" 73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE FR 4-8183 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY EVERGLADES LUMBER and BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. 6991 SW 8th STREET CA 6-1155 MONDAY • SATURDAY 7:30 A.M. 5:30 F M. SUNDAY 8:30 A.M. 12:30 P.M. VERN0N 0. BOND Bond Transfer Co., Inc. Trucking 2160 NW 8th AVENUE PttONE Fl 4-3144 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Dr. and Mrs. Manning J. Rosnick and Family



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iFriday September 28. 1962 -Jewlst fkriaHr Page 13-G lur Jewish Education Needs are Fulfilled Continued from Page 5-G hool departments of four afternoon schools. attempt to implement the Bureau's ne<\ (ible program for Hebrew BchooU of Jewish S'u oi the Bun ications, al Beth \<.<\; £ongr< and Belh Ti rah C ngn sat ion I t ind North Miami, it offers ( oui qualification for H rew, Sun i ; re-school teachers, The College I 5 ig nov off< ring genei irses to ity m addition to its coursi for teachir< au has sponsored, fur the I I classes for the general community ive study of the Hebrev languag" levision program, "Living Hebrew," cooperation of Station WTHS, eh. 2. mpleted its fourth year of broadcast... in the Hebrew language from elemenial to the more advanced language study. Other Services '"jg I,un ;ui"s Central Jewish Library, which .: over 8.000 volumes in Hebrew. English ind Yiddish, constitutes the community's great,. ; resource for teachers and program chairmen h organizations, with an annual circula[4.000 volumes to 1,500 borrowers. As a further service to the general community, .:• ,ii. tor the past ten years, has attempted ate the efforts of Parent Teacher Associationcf the schools. The Council of ParentTeachei VssociatiOM of the Bureau in the past lew years has sponsored annual workshops on such subjects as Religion in the Public Schools," "Parent-Teacher-Sisterhood Relations," "What We Learn from the National Survey of Jewish Education," The Teen-Ager Questions Jewish Education." The PTA has stimulated the formation of new PTA's, published program resources and acted as g general clearing house for PTA activity. The JOSEPH COHfN Council of PTA's of the Bureau is deeply conscious of the fact that the Jewish home must ally itself with the Jewish school for effective Jewish education Recent statistics published by the Bureau indicate a total unduplicated registration of 9.682 students in our Jewish schools. While the past year showed little increase in the total student body, two helpful trends were clearly indicated: an increased registration for the more intensive afternoon school, and an increased registration of girls in the total student body. If these two trends continue and greater qualitative appreciation is displayed by both schools and parents for Jewish education to the same extent as that given to the Jewish child in the elementary, junior high, and high school in public school education, then greater hope for a more significant Jewish education program in our community may appear in the early future. Longtime educator and scholar David FreedThis is but one men teaches a class at the Hebrew High facilities offered School of the Bureau of Jewish Education, the year. of countless programs and by the Bureau throughout TO ALL GREETINGS COLOMBIA JEWELERS & REPAIRING EXPERT JEWELRY REPAIR Room 306— Professional Bldg. 216 NE 2nd AVENUE Ph. 374-2883 1 TO ALL GREETINGS DORA MAE FOSTER DRESSMAKER 334 NW 11th STREET FR 1-4822 To My Many Friends and Acquaintances Happy Holidays STEPHEN CURTIS LITTLE 180 SW 13th STREET Ph. 371-4760 GREETINGS J. LAW DAVIS REAL ESTATE BROKER 888 NE 84th STREET PI 7-7554 TO ALL GREETINGS J. & M. FIX ALL SHOP SMALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Sales-Service-Repairs 12591 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 751-7342 TO ALL GREETINGS CHEER'S MASSAGE STUDIO You've Tried the Rest Now GET the BEST 1456 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Ph. 532-3768 anan nata nro? As • %  '' the passing • nds a dom mature = -_-: ; .outlook c" Fe becomes ore me ow, we pause *c crfer thanks for ail the biessings Oi "He past and to wish to the countless number of our friends ail of the blessings that a bountiful and merciful God car bestow — Peace of heart and mind and good fortune thruout the coming year. GORDON FUNERAL ]{mi Emanuel Gordon, Deceased, Founder Jimmy k-4ordort KOSHER FOR ALL OCCASIONS ARTHU *s? OAIRV PL 4-4521 GREETINGS... MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCIS MIAMI MR. and MRS. SAM SEITUN end daughter Harriette Marsha EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR



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Page SO *Jenistfhriii^r Friday, September ubjeet of a magnificent art volume to be pub.ished by George Braziller in time for the H lidaj season. Lavish!} illustrated with over IOCplates some in as many as 20 color-. The Jerusalem Windows of Marc Chagall" is a genuine collectors item with the added feature of two original lithographs executed by the artist espec ially for '.his votae. Dazzling in its luminous color, the book contains a biblical text facing each full window reproduction, an introduction by the noted French critic. Jean Leymane, a special sec tion of photograph> showing the artist at work in the stained-glass workshops at Reims, and 13 drawings made by the artist for exhibition with the window With their first exhibition in Paris last summer, in a -penally constructed pavillion in the court of the Louvre, the windows created such a sensation that the exhibit was held over (or six weeks, When they were shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, they were equally acclaimed and drew the largest number of viewers ever recorded by the Museum for any single show. Now installed in their home in Jerusalem, the windows—depicting the twelve ancient tribes of Israel—are without doubt among the most inspiring and beautiful pieces of all twentieth century art. Story of Creation In preparing the designs for the twelve win dows. Chagall never lost sight of the poetry, fervor, and faith inherent in the Biblical texts which inspired this monumental work. At the same time, the imagination and even humor of his very personal artistic expression is perfectly suited to the subject. Despite the Jewish religious prohibition against the representation of human forms in any of the windows. Chagall's art is, as always, a truly human expression of all mankind. Animals, fish, flowers and trees are used as the main symbols of the windows which measure 11 by 8 feet. The Braziller volume explains and illustrates not only the story of the windows but the story of their creation. In June 1959, Dr. Miriam Freund. the national president of Hadassah. and Dr. Joseph N'eufeld. the prominent American architect who designed the Medical Center and the Synagogue, stopped in Paris on their return from Jerusalem and went to see Marc Chagall. At this meeting, it was decided that Chagall would design the windows for the simple rectangle shaped synagogue. It was decided that the twelve windows, representing the twelve tribes of Israel, the gates of Jerusalem, and the twelve carved gems of Aaron's breastplate, were to be filled with stained glass. Chagall envisioned the synagogue as "a crown offer to the Jewish Queen."' Mr Chagall painted the design for the windows at his studio in Venice. He worked with Charles and Brigette Simon Marq, noted artists specializing in stained glass at the famous Simon studio in Reims. Marc Chagall was born in 1889 in Vitebsk, Russia, of humble craftsmen and shopkeepers of the ghetto. These Jewish communities in eastern Europe were Hassidic, completely dominated by a popular religious movement which emphasized emotional expression and the belief that all actions performed religiously are holy. It was perpetuated by a rich tradition of tales and legends, in "The Chagall windows may well mark the apex of the most unique Jewish artist in history. Reams of paper have been used up in dialogues revolving about the mean ing of Jewish art. Marc Chagall has given us the answer on canvas and parchment." which Chagall's youth was steeped and it was nit long before he began to see the burning tights J! Sabbath candles with the eyes of a painter Most Umqu Artist The Chagall windows may well mark the i-y.t of the most unique Jewish artist in history Ream* of paper have been used up in dialogues revolv ing about the meaning of Jewish art. Marc Chagall has given us the answer on canvas and parchment. His is truly Jewish art—specifically Jewish ia t subject, but universal in theme, grasp, tmagiiu tion and appeal. Whatever niche Chagall is de* tined to hold in the art tomes of the future m thing is certain—his name will conjure up lbs Jewish moment in a way few have been able :> limn it. Hadassah has many durable accompli.-hmw-' to its credit Its role in bringing the Chagall Mia dows to the world will endure as long as the r. form lasU in our civilization. I Looking Inward Continued from Page 2-D days. We are to use one eye to see the world '-' side of us, and the other with which to see >-' inner self. May the lessons of the New Year send IM lOrO with the knowledge that the outside world e*> never be better than the inner. May this knowledge help us to grow, mature, and enrich our live) SO that we may be fully prepared to help -' selves and also be of service to others. GREETINGS HIALEAH PARCEL & TRANSFER SERVICE in the NDUSTRIAL HEART OF MIAW Air Freight — Special Delivery PARCEL DELIVERYGENERAL TRUCKING 4541 E. Itth AVENUE HIALEAH Phone MU 5-1291 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR C L. CLEMENTS Insurance Agency, Inc. 1100 LINCOLN ROAD JE 8-7403 DR A. E. 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~Jewish Ftaridian Miami, norida, Friday, September 28. 1962 Section G Community Organizations Greet You i.-fffff KING HIGH 'r,o' of Miami CITY OF MIAMI, FLORIDA Office of the Mayor On behalf of all the residents of Miami, and my fellow members of the City Commission. I would like to extend joyous greetings and best wishes to our citizens of the Jewish faith for this, the 5723rd observance of Rosh Hashona. I am well aware of the beautiful liturgy and the fervent prayers for world peace and understanding which mark the period ushering in the High Holy Days—the most solemn in Judcism. It is a time not only for spiritual reflection and revivification, but one which weaves a strong spiritual fiber to the fine pattern of Jewish life. May the coming New Year bring fulfillment of all hopes and blessings for every citizen of the Jewish faith in the Miami area. ROBERT KING HIGH CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Office of the Mayor On behalf of the City of Miami Beach and its citizens. I wish to extend the most cordial good wishes for a happy, peaceful and prosperous New Year. May we grow in serenity, wisdom and brotherhood, as our lovely city grows in beauty, culture and prosperity, during this New Year. 5723. Let us now resolve to renew our dedication to the splendid and enduring values of the spirit, so that we may go forward into the unknown future untroubled and with high hopes. KENNETH OKA KENNETH OKA Mayor of Miami Beach



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rrday. September 28. 1962 Jfw/f n-cridHnr ?cae 3-C The Ten Big Stories of the Past Year By BEN GALLOB i men) • valid which an overwhelming I would accept, then there could b< litl i hoosinj the major news event ol the .. >( .;,r Ju.-t a> the trackdowo and geiz,: former Naii Col. Adolf Kichmann was the a n( Jury ol the Jewish Year 5721. so was the ent and execution of the key Nazi Figure in artimi slaughter of e.oco.ooo Jewish men. ,. and children the single most significant 722. It may well be that history will judge that it the tour-month trial Of Eichmann which wa evenl and his hanging almost an antiNo reputable historian of twentiethcenEurope will ever be able again to ignore facts ol the unparalleled record of t.hc Nazi de as they came from the surviving eye. ,. in the Jerusalem courtroom to be transby < very imaginable communications medlit the world. Imbalance of Payment* Perhaps nol oi similar massive meaning but .. major Jewish event was the record to Israel .:n immigration that took portions of the exodus from Europe when newl) reborn, took in the flood of ravai rom Europe's camps. Israel was again it destiny—to provide sanctuary tor Jews ... from upheaval, particularly from North I the violent transition of Algeria ft • -. colony to independence under M( sli ; I udgets and projections were demolishth( new riptii'i ;,Israeli. American and hes prepared to underwrite the promist • %  • %  Israel's long-denied and sudden <:c ol its pound last February was the third aj< r st< ry of the Jewish year could 11 Its significance and the events associat• casl .. li ; .. I u over the future. In evaluation was a bid to meet interna ards i I currency stability, it was i %  expanding European Common Market', •:: United Nations officials in the area xhausted, Israel struck hard in a March raid on Syrian gun positions. Both counfiled complaints with the Security Council decision widely regarded as less than objecihi Security Council approved an Anglo-Amerution which ignored Syrian provocationcondemned Israel for "flagrant violations" of tnt L'N charter and the Armistice agreements The story of Jewish troubles in the Soviet I'nion took a grim turn for the worse during the year, winch began with the arrest and sentencing t: three prominent—and elderly—Jewish lay lead •rof Leningrad for "treasonable activities." Then 'inn the news that three Moscow Jewish leaders had been similarly arrested, tried and convicted. ADOLF EICHMANN dominant story Whih th western world was pondering the inner aning I these events, news came that Jews wen be:nc arrested, tried and quickly executed oomic crinie.-.'" I! became evident that ;h increase in availability of consumer goodafter decades of severe austerity had unloosed throughout the Soviet Union a spreading grey market ol smuggling, currency -peculation and undercover trading Soviet Persecutions In several -hove trials, the Jewish identification ol • the defendants was spotlighted in Sov•-reports— in Tiflis. Vilna and other cities. Clear. II i Soviet authorities had decided to use Jewi.s scapegi atas a warning to those higher i oi economic ladder and at the same time • pander to ancient deeply-rooted anti-Semitic prejui gest that it was the Jew who was %  %  figure in such activities I frightening analysis overshadowed the disclosure bj Chief Rabbi Levine, of Moscow, that opei iti bakeries would not bake matzohs assover H> various means the Soviets tried that Russian Jews were being persecuted .. •• but th< (Mention of Jewish defendants alleged crimes continued. The Soviet .. Jews from world Jewry and to extinguish theii Jewish identification also con; during 5722. In another significant development. American and Israeli Jewjoined in an event which drew world headlines though, a.that event recede.-, it is not clear just what it accomplished. Some 500 American and Israeli Jewish spokesmen and thinkers met in a "dialogue.'' proposed by the American Jewish Congress with Israeli Government support. The agreements and disagreements covered familiar territory. There was agreement that American and Israeli Jews were drifting apart, a position which seemed to imply that at some earlier period in • he brief life of modem Israel, there had been close rapport in various areas between the two Jewries The Americans again warned that Israeli Continued on Page 14-C 6 I I I T I N C $ PETE'S LAWN MOWER SERVICE ferpMhtg Factory Method Jmo/I Engine Repairs lentols 2391 N.W. 7th STRUT Phone OX 1-3862 Pete Tute, Owner GREETINGS LEES TACKLE, Inc. 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Page 2-D t-Je^isf ffcridfear Friday. September 23, 133, •H GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF GOOD AND HAPPINESS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Riverside Memorial Chapel ABE EISENBERG LAURIE BLASBERG LEONARD ZILBERT ARTHUR ZWEIGENTHAL TO ALL GRETINGS CHRIS DUNDEE BOWLAND Bowling is Cool Relaxing BOWL MORE FOR FUN 222 NE 13th Street FR 9-3112 (ACROSS FROM SEARS) SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL 9401 HARDING AVENUE Surfside Gulf Service Station Phone UN 6-2324 FRANK AYLOR SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL COLLINS GARAGE 24-HOUR WRECKER AND MECHANICAL SERVICE 4*01 NW 7th AVI.—Ml PI 4-1591 115 SW Jnd ST.-Ph. FR 3 7308 TO Ml... NEW MAR 6RKNN6S MR. AND MRS. WM. RAFKIND AND FAMILY 541 MULE* ROAD CORAL CARIES, FLORIDA TO All OUK HIINDS AND ACQUAINTANCES MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS MR. AND MRS. LOUIS SHAFKtN 1903 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS MURRAY'S NEWS AND VARIETY STORE BOOK! AND MAGAZINES 2526 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gable* SFASON'S GR6ETINGS PALMETTO HARDWARE & PLUMBING SUPPLY 8237 SW 124th STREET CE 5-9341 7334 RED ROAD MO 5-4231 On Rosh Hashona We Must Look Inward By RAB8I SAMUEL UMEN %  recall is a child, asking my rabbi in the religious %  school thi, question: "Why did God create man with two eves instead of one?.; The answer my rabbi gave stuck with me a-. I assumed deeper meaning with the passing of time. This was bis answer: "God gave man two eyes in order that he may use one with which to see the outer world. and the "her for seeing the inner world—for looking into oneself." Too main of us direct our gaze on things outside of ourselves. We fail too >ften to use one eye for an inner look: that is to see the world within us. On Rosh Hashona. the Jew is urged, bj the prayer.and meditations of the day. to look inwardly: to see the world within himself so that he may better appreciate the world outside Of himself. The Holy Day Rosh Hashona aims to awak in the Jew to the fact that the outer world, the which he so often finds fault ith. criticizes and condemns, is actually a reflection' of his world, that the evil which he iees ar md stems from his own heart ar.d mini, that i he who willed it. who cause I .• letira %  • sciously and at time.uncons Self-Analysis Our sacied literature refers to Rosh with three different names, an I na i• %  directs the Jew to look inward names by winch the holj la} is r fen id i Yom Hadin Judgment Day. • leans the holy day is to be used for sell inalysis day offers the Jew the opportunit) U ie his judge and jury, to Judge hims uld, and often does his neighbor Surely, self-analysis, seeing neself is really is. could prove to be quite discouraging an I even throw one into a slate >•' iespondency. To protect one from such an occurrence, or to inable one to overcome this experience Rosh Hashona offers the sound of the Shofar For this dayis also known at Yom Truo (Ttie Day of Sounding the Ram's Horn). The sound of the Shofar is intended to arouse the listener to use Ins dormant powers with which he can overcome his deficiencies by determining to choose worthy goals. make sacrifices to attain them, conquer the evil within him. and gain control over his life The third name by which Rosh Hashona is known is Yom Hazikoron iThe Day of Remembrance). Now what is it that this Holy Day aims to remind us of? Simply this: While a Jew must strive to become a better individual himself, and lend a hand in the building of an improved society. a better world, at the same time he dare not forget that the world consists of people who belong to particular groups, religions and nations Si before one can win the attention and respect of other peoples, other nations, other groups, it de volves upon him to show what degree his own people—the people to which he belongs—have pro gressed and are developing. Remembrance The Day of Remembrance appeals therefore to the Jew that he remember his people, his history, their hopes, their objectives, their sacrifices in the name of truth and goodness, and that before attempting to correct the wrongs in the world he must determine first to help make his own people an example unto others. Silver religious objects, looted bv the Nazis during World War II, will give mear.i.-.c and beauty to Jewish services conducted in the newest U.S. state. Leaders of the National Women's League, United Synagogue of America, present the much-needec to Rabbi Aryeh Lev, director of the Natior. al Jewish Welfare Board Commission or. Jewish Chaplaincy, who accepts the collection for shipment to servicemen at the U.S. Air Fotce Base in Elmendorl. Alaska. The Day of Remembrance appeals therefore to the Jew that he remember his people his history, their hopes, their objectives, their sacrifices ." She rings the high school bell, and her fellow-students enter this new school in Jerusalem sponsored by the Women's League for Israel. The school emphasizes vocational training, and will be a pilot for a chain of similar schools throughout Israel. "We are to use one eye to see the world outside of us, and the other with which to see our inner self." In sum, the message of Rosh Hashona. whW is implied in its various names, is practically W same as what the rabbi told me in my childlwii Continued on Page 6-D "i NEW YEAR GREETINGS MELROSE GLASS COMPANY Safety & Plain Auto Glass Mirrors, Table Tops and Resilvering Telephone NE 4-9031 3734 N.W. 36th Street Miami. Florida A Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Patrons biadem oiselle iivauty Salon 1518 S.W. 3th STREET MIAMI Pbeae Fl 9-1 055 ANNA BLtTCH DAN CHAPPELL 402-03 Industrial National Basic Buildinoj HOLIDAY GREETINGS FRITO-LAY INC. 4101 N.W37th Avenue Phone NE 3-2S43 Miami, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS J. IIOSIIAY and Family NOVELTY STITCHING HEMSTITCHING Pleating. Tucking, Shirring Appligue, Rhinestones 261 N.W. 23rd Street FR 1-7133 GREETINGS BE SAFE AT SEA RAxnv HOATMH 866 1.1. 9H TERR HIALEAH, FLA.



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Fcce I4-G •Jewish n*rkRan Friday, September 28. I i REET I .V V S TO CUR MANY FRIENDS IN MIAMI, MIAMI BEACH AND THROUGHOUT ALL OF SOUTH FLORIDA ON THE NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. # HILL YORK AND HILL YORK MAINTENANCE CORP Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 1225 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI FR 11411 "rV£ COVER THE EARTH" "Wl COVER mi tl*TH" The Sherwin-Williams Co. 7£< NE 2nd Ave -1300 W fliglc St 7-2568-1680 Alton Rf V. im Beich *437 Harding Ave.. MB UN 6-5953 — 23 0---c' cb. Rd TL £-1510 t*'5 'orn ds leon Blvd —2015 Hj-riien Si Hollywood—Ff W.ctrdjlt <6£ NW 34fh Street West P.lm Et*c-i Best Wishes for A Happy New Ye = MIAMI FISH & LOBSTER CO. 5711 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami Hotels, Restaurants end institutions Supplied Phone PL 4-3667 ASK FOR Bakery Products NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL CLUB. RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS UNION LOCAL 133, AFL CIO AL GONZALEZ, Jr.. President MORRIS G. DRAPKIN. Secretary-Treasurer 821 NE 2nd AVE., Miami Phone FR 3-7603 SEASON'S GRllTINCS TO All OUR fR/ENCS ERIC G. Ill I 1 Sill PAINTING AND DECORATING 1658 N.W. 19th Street Phone NE 5-8912 Happ,' New Year tc AH Our Friends and Customers A. B.C. SEWING CENTER, INC. SALES SERVICE REPAIRS 12910 NW 7th AVE., North Miami ML) 8-0711 MU 8-2821 TO All A MOST HAPPY NEW VIA* MR. and MRS. LOUIS ELLIOTT KATZ and FAMILY ELIZABETH ANNE ond MARY TERESSA 1860 S.W. 21st STREET W'ANNIVERSAR; Leaders of the Greater Miami Zionist District participate in the community-wide 14th anniversary celebration of the State of Israel during 5722. Shown are Jacob Harrison, past president of Hollywood District; Rabbi David Shapiro, president, Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.; Mrs. Julius J. Rosenstein, Mizrachi Women; Mrs. Harriet Green, Pioneer Wone:-., Miss Lillian Goodman, Hadassah; Mrs. Sarah Czech, community philanthropic leader; Dr. Elmo B. Scoggins, cuest spec'::e: ,'osh Rephun. president, Miami Beach Zicr.,5District; Herman Weintraub; Irving Sachs, Labor Zionists; Rev. Joseph Kranz. r^;:rachi Men; Cantor Hirsch Adier. cuest arv.sJulius Rcser.stein; Stuart Miller, G:l Rac-.-npoit, exerut.ve director of Scuthecst ZOA" "^Jior." Louis B. Rudnick, national vice pie-, lent of ZOA; Joseph Mechlow; Ezra Feingold president Brandeis District; and Bernai i %J> Miami's Zionist Districts Look to Future Continued from Pa.ge 12-G • tlii pr< -. lent of the Southeast 11 of SI '•• when h< addri Zi A membership here \: that tim<: %  Mi it lined the regional ZOA program tor the year, and he ..is,, launched the membership drive for the Gn ater Miami Districts. i' of the current projects of the ZOA is • -; Israel In order to make it possibli I i anj American Jews to visit Israel al .. -• the ZOA both locallj and regionally, has been arti airplanes and bas been offering round •'.i fares to Israel ... El Al for as lo as $475 charters have beei to ZOA members and hav< all been filled within a short time after (heir announcement During the pasl %  ver 110 Greater Miami ZOA members have taken advantage oi this opportunity to visit Israel. The Brandeis Zionist District, under the leadership of Ezra Finegold sponsored a communitywide meeting in which the Miami Beach Districts participated and which culminated the political activities of the local districts on behalf of Israel and i' nek, Sid%  m md, Herman % % %  I • elected members <: %  • xecu%  %  .. until November Highlight • ol the highlights % %  ; cts this year will be the ferenci that will take plaa at the Di 22 t'' 25. At thitimt. •• i Greal l str cts will be host.to di i gati s of I tr;ct> in the six-state Southeast region The four( .... conference will bring tc i ; rc.itcr Miami >ome i ; :h foremost leaders of American Jewry, as well Israeli statesmen. UN officials, poll il figures, and Zionist dignitaruThi> year, in addition to ts other major atlairs. the local districts an again plannuu a community-wide concert at the Miami Beach Auditorium in December, several low priced charter trips tc Israel, an educational seminar and leadership training course, an Israel Bond affair, and a victory celebration for the Mortimer May Dormitory. The weekly Luncheon Club will begin in November, and will again be undr the chairmanship 01 Jacob C. Fishman. On behalf of the members of the Greater Miami Districts of the ZOA. we extcr.c greetings and best wishes for a joyous New Year tc all the members of cur community. Pi in ba m t> h in >i t.i tw pn ".. %  pn CJ i M trt %  : tei ibi tri Happy New Year to All FORESIGHT CORPORATION REALTORS 1007 96th STREET Miami Beach Robert Krinz^an UN 6-9777 GREETINGS LOUIS I I HMII III Vade Lil"244 NW 72nd TERRACE Ph. 751-2921 TO ALL GREETINGS COLORAMA LITHOGRAPHERS, INC. 'LITHOGRAPHERS" 1950 SW ofh STREET Ph. 371-8530 TO ALL SEASONS BE rHERBERT C FS I VANN CLEANERS & LAUNDRY JE 4-2167 528 Jefferson Ave. Miami Bei:H Happy New Year to AH Our Friends FRED FREDERICKSEN Owner TIMPTON QUALITY CLEANERS CLEANERS CF DISTINCTION ALL WORK GUARANTEED RE-SONABLE PLANT & OFFICE SW 27th Ave. At 17th St. Ph. H! 6-9966 '%  % 



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: September 28. 1962 h n/f fh rndlmr, Fage 9-A A Strange Case of Strained Politics in Canada By BEN TAUBE EAL %  %  • uniforms became a minor feati re ol the Quebei i its devoti es evi lo| ed cadi :li< ir ov :.. bought and sold quotas preachj pamphlets and subto their i Effort of Statesmanship i faith in< luded so much antisn %  al i official hed : ic Protocols of thi Eld : Zion serialh Pai j ti rs tun was studded with meaningful references to Jew-, Zionists, interni tional bankers with H e b r e u r..iines. long-nosed financiers, communistic masons and other enemies of their particular faith. Their efforts to attain power were not successful, although their political weight was so seriously regarded that, at one stage, the very official and ultrarespectable Liberal Party allied with them -n an unsuccessful effort to topple th? Duplessis government. Afler that failure, there was a general tendency among the wiser and more practical politicians to forget about the Social Creditors who were apparently settlir.j down to a greater mildness and respectability, and incidentally put aside their old antiSemitic creed, out of date in Quebec as elsewhere in Canada. Came the fantastic surprise of the June elections All who bet on the election lost: all who put their money on the victory of either the Liberal or the Conservative Party. Nor did the new Socialist Party win. No one won. but Social Credit came out as the third and nearbalance party, with 30 coveted seats. To heap surprise on surprise, these votes did not come in the greatest measure from the Alberta or British Columbia strongholds of the party, but from the key province of Quebec where—all unnoticed—they walked away with nearly all the rural seats. While no one had paid any at tention. a grass-roots campaign. operated only where grass has roots, convinced all who have nothing I t>ut vote1 to lose, loose these votes where the Social Creditors could pick them up. They picked up 27 seats in Quebec out of the 30 in the entire country. So that only is there a new important party in Canada, but that party has a new "co-leadership"' (to the -ur prise of the < i d Alberta lead. pi rson of a new man. Real ( aouette of Quebec This taki i lot ol adjustini ft Best Widk ed fear for Ike fLty Perrine-Cutler Ridge Bank FRANJO ROAD at HIBISCUS PERRINE Member Federal Deposll Insurance Corporation and fur .-. ( .. reditors in ad.i Jewin particular need political adjustment, especially whenever the Quebec grass roots put out blossoms. Canadian Jews are little in touch with the cultural and political flora of Quebec, having centered their political thinking on 'be English-langi age parties of oiiwa and their cultural orientation even further, mi N • York l ; requires .-'t ol the ordi r I sti ip for Ji w. in treal suddenly to th • Quebec lit as -, important and political i machine] %  ni In surh threaten-'ng situations, it is cusfO'ii.iry for the newly powerful and for the fearful populace to put into the ctosaf all previous extreme ard lunatic statements, arid to assume that a rwly responsible group will act with new responsibility. So everybody waited discreetly since June to see what colors th? chameleon-lik? Social Credt will show in their new role, and who call the tune of the tints In due time the answer came. In an interview with the national Maclean's Magazine (in itnew and influential French-language edition). Monseur Caouette made no boneabout calling Hitler and Mussolini his political heroes out of history lie said: "1 admire Mussolini aa leader, and I regrei th;ii he was a Fascist I admire in Hitler In.economic reforms and I consider that he broughl his pen pie out of misery, I regrei thai he employed for war instead of for peace the ideas which he had." The skeleton was out. Social Credii at itpoint of greatest power and influence had recalled the old loyalties, devotions and measures of morality which it had cultivated when it came to birth in Quebec together with corporation, bloc populaire. and Adrien Arcand's Christian Unity Party. Statements Condemned The repetition of old extreme positions is not new in the tactics of popular and revolutionary movements. Often there are good reasons of internal relationships which prompt such frightening moves, and such a situation may exist within Canadian Social Credit today. On th? other hand, there is little cause fcr comfort. The menace is r,et that a racist group is coming to power or influence in Canada. Rather it is that a group which has an old and open record of anii-Semif ism has been able to win the support of so much cf the electorate notwithstanding. At least M Caouette 'e!icves that having Hitler for a hero will not hinder him in winr. : i %  g and holding the support of the poopie \*t Quebec, and M. C.-ouettc has proven a better ji.dge of the pec.tie's views than crliics. These critics hi| ents, broughl h. lenl to mned il 'l inser.tim • I ol I. B eader w ho is ling Father ol • i Stati < t Israel, are easj to Primi ,i r Diefen baker, himsell a proven friend ol :-:;. ,.: ii uf Jewry, was probably no less incensed Their motivation not only partisan But Can uctte. who knows he is the creator c I the Quebec party and of its parliamentary group, said only that he had been misunderstood. hi meant nc more than did Kennedy when he congratulated 'he Russian cosmonauts, Lewes Them Wondering Hot other Social Credit leaders wen evi :: more carclul not to critli /< %  i ir Quebec leader Albert* Social Creditor Thompson, titular !'. ad ni the national organizatioi the Quecbecker's statement ; i :.. without anj connection th the party British Columb Pi emu r Bennetl defended ( uetti : i ee speech, and ii a typical Canadian -en i intci r i:.i ial understandinj ad ni "Yi u mu.-! nol loon % %  Fi i liani politicia Ihi English polil ci in they spt ak \ er.\ quickly Which leaves Canadian Jews %  • ondering a little more anxiously than i Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, 2400 Pine Tree dr.. this week installed one of two telescopes on the roof of the new school buildinq to be used by students for astronomy classes. Joseph Ackner (left), science teacher at the Academy, charts some of the heavenly bodies with students Philip Mirmelh and Michael Gewitz. while David Galbut tries out one of the telescopes for size. Aaron Friedman tracks stars via binoculars. Ackner reported the telescopes will be used during the night and in conjunction with the regular astronomy classes



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Friday. September 28. 1962 +Je*ist thridtoil Page 5-A Rosh Hashona Opens Friday Evening Continued hrmti ?*ge 3-A .141 ( '. -e %  • >'iami Beach. HI i„ what is your Attitude?" With •'" r DT,V 1 Convtoer anri the adull choir performing all mus ica | 1 .us of the services, the High H Days will be ushered j n j. ever, mi at 8:15 p m. T( pii the W %  iid '•: S %  %  : the sermon will be "To Saturday morning's 15 a.m.. will be "To the eople." J:; 1 "To Ethics ty" will be the title on 9: IS i m. Children's .11 be h tl l on Saturday v nh Rabbi Kronish of ssiste by Cantor Con :.'choir I L ield iU of.i service.* "t rael Congregation, 1415 Mi I h. assistSell and a with even t 5 IS p ••". i at 8 and even• h. Id al 5 IS \: ir.ta na we Must b %  ibi i hrfield's Sund %  H nh services • a ::' shona services ;it Temple Ac\ Yeshuron, 1025 NE Miami by Cantor Saul Rashin, secretary of Greater Miami Religious Zionist Organization, Beth Emeth Congregation, 12250 NE L'nd ave.. ushers in Rosh Ha*h nna with services on Friday at 6 P m. During Saturday morning services, at 8 a.m.. Rabbi Simon will speak on evening will be at 6 p.m.. and on | Cantor Harry Zaretsky and Abish Saturday morning at 7 a.m. Rabbi 1 Per : I s • 1 w. ins I V Berwi : %  • far wil mail a in Tern? Dixii %  ona -i %  hwj -' ; is \ : %  %  i %  II al • %  I meml %  II Mi %  % %  S Ro-h H N i. Miami Beach, red in n Fri laj evenn. Rabbi Jonah E Capri topic 'luring services morning, s a m will be Live" Evening servheld at 6:30 p.m.. Sundaj morning will g am and Rabbi Cap n will be on "Can Our %  vive?" Cantor Morris ill chant the liturgical ill -ervicL-s. an I the Shosounded by Lewis Good nday miming at 10:30 %  Beth Shirah, 11527 So. will hold Rosh Mash I at the Cutler Ridge i.nter. 20239 So. Dixie ng on Friday evening at "Beck ining Horizons'' their.-.if Rabbi Morris sermon, and the musical the pr igrams will be ( i .' ;r Merman K I the choir. Services morning are sche luled Si rmon will be "The l r what." Israel Hebrew Institute, %  will usher in Daj ices on Fridaj Duri 13 5 a t u r d %  > y ni< i v huh begin Dr Isaac Hirsch Evei on F >rgetting and Re tin Sunday morning. sermon will be "Refor Lite." Services tied on both days in the 5 p.m. The ceremony I will be held on Suna procession leaving the at 5 > p.m. Cantor Zvi :i will ifficiate at the y Day services. The morning services for %  tona, v*ill be conducted April Vge—Confusion and Contradiction." Services Sun lay start at 8 a.m., and Rabbi Aprils sermon topic will he "How I i Preserve Our Culture." Cam r Hyman Fein will rei ler the musical portions of the I il II si rvices l Richter's sermon rhe Gati s "t Re, servici I evening, ,; p m al Dade Hv'jhts Jewish Congregation, 1401 NW IS ..i I! llashoi ., sei. ici ^li! nti Satui t I a. m Srrmoi .ill be "1 Se k M; ei ces an -chedu 6 p m. "No '. I the Ne' Yi i w ill be Richter's serm i durii .... 'ginning al 7 30 .'. ith evening services at 6 p m. Children's services and Tash .nh will be held at 4 p.m. Rush Hashona services at Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No Ml will be conducted by Rabbi Max A Lipschitz and chanted by Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum and the High Holy Day choir under the di m of Miriam Doiuierstag Friday evening schedule starts with Mincha at 5:45 p.m followed by Maariv at •> p.m Saturday and Sunday morning services --tart at 7 15 a.m., with evening services at 6 p.m Rabbi Lipschitz will present his sermon each morning 1 at 10 a.m.. the first to be "Paymi; Kent for the Privilege of Living." the second, "Docs Life Have Real Meaning for You?" Sounding of the Shofar will be Saturday at 10:45 a.m Temple B'nai Sholom, 115800 NW 22nd ave., Opa-locka, will begin observance of Rosh Hashona on Friday at 8 p m., with Rabbi S. Machtei officiating, and Cantor Lester Chananie chanting the services. St rmon topic will be "How New is the New Year"' Saturday morniiiservices will begin at 9 a.m. Evening services are at 8 p.m. 'Source of the Evidence" will be the subjeel of the earl> sermon ai ,1 • Planning the New Year" the topic in the evening Sunday morning services al 9 a m. will include a talk on "Abraham's Vision" bj Rabbi Machtei Tif*re'h Israel Corgregation, 6500 No. Miami ave.. will hold evening services at 6:"0 p m. Rosh j Hashona services will continue on | Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. At. 1! a.m.. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick "ill speak on "Cheating in the School of Life." S hofar will be 5 Space souned during the morning. Evening services are scheduled lor 6.30 pm Second day of Rosh Hashona! v ill he observed on Sunday start-' ing 8 it a.m. "As OtherSee Us" will be Rabbi Wernick's 11 am si rmon. to be followi I I y the g services will be I p.m Musical portion nf the High Hi ly Day s %  will be n ndere i by Cantai rl G v.Scrvii Tfilah, Joseph Rackovsky's 10 a.m. Rosh Hashona sermon will be "Sanctity." Evening services are scheduled for Friday, ,„ o:4a p.m followed by Maariv. SunEarly Friday evening services at Temple Ner Tamid, 79th st. and Carlyle ave., on Miami Beach, will be at 6:15 p.m. Rabbi Eugene Lubovitz will speak on "Fulfillment day morning services will also start 1 0 { our 0 wn Goals" during Rosh Congregation 5eth at 7 a.m., with a sermon on "Call of the Shofar," slated for 10 a.m. T'Kias Shofar is at 10:30 a.m. Music will be at 5.45 p.m. Rabbi Murray A Alstet will officiate at Beth Raphael Congregation, 139 NW 3rd ave.. on Friday evening. 15 p.m.. at services opening the Rosh Hashona observance. Saturday and Sunday services are scheduled at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. On the first day. Rabbi Alstet's ser mon ipic will be "Living I n .ken Cisterns?" On the lay, he will -peak on "Shofor's M ige to the World on :.. —1962." Musical porti u ices v-iii 1! be chanted Hashona services Saturday morn ing, which begin at 8 a.m., and continue at 6:15 p.m. Sermon topic during Sunday 8 a.m. services will be "Mystical Sound of the Shofar Musical portion of the programs will be chanted by Cantor Saul H. Breeh and the choir under the !inction of Joseph Schriebman Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at all services during R -1 Hashona at Temple Menorah, 12 I -t. Cantor Edward Kiel chant the litui [j assist) d Temple choir under the of Eli Samuels. Childr n Continued on Page IT A YEAR GREETINGS ALL OUR FRIENDS Councilman & Mrs. M .. "MIKE" WACKS and Family O? NC8TH MIAMI BEACH ir Friends 3. Patrons YEA .TINGS BARKIN ENVELOPE MFG. CO. 27*0 SW 28h LANE F "one HI 37598 -AR3Y 3APKIN _. m wru VEAB pa health



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Fridcy. September 28, 1962 *vlew*sf fhoridiar Page 15-1 View from Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Continued from Page 12-1 ter, through city proclamations, door-to-door • -. and motorcades saluted this outstandMM.I. together with—Mr* Leonard D. Cohen, al Hadassah membership chairman, who WHS test speaker at this event. Today, Miami Beach chapter has 4.200 members. Miami Beach Hadassah has won life membership awards and fund-raising awards at the national Hadassah con.'.minis for the fourth consecutive year. On December 12, 1961. Miami Beach chapter celebrated I y having a series of luncheons and teas at various celebrating "H-Day" for Henrietta Szold's rthday, which resulted in an oversubscription of funds for Hadassah. on Jan, 30. a salute and tribute were given • 11 1,200 paid-up membership, including 890 fi membi is. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Hire also, the chapter honored David Glazeroff, i young man of 85. who was so gracious and so 1 as to present the Medical Center witn a k ol $25,000. At thi~ event. Rabbi Leon Kn ish. of Temple Beth Sholom, was guest speaker. National Leaders Here (in I'urim eve, "I March. 1962, the date of -ah's birthday, Miami Beach celebrated our den Jubilee,birthday with the entire communty united to the Fontainbleau hotel, and Dr MirFreund, national I!:i assah pasl president, as %  gucsl speaker Also in March, Youth \ mcheon* were held at various hotels by thi lal ups, resulting in fruitful funds : for the new wave of immigrant ehi flocking into Israel from south Africa, M and Algiers. \:. : \ ; culminated a!! events oi the year al donor award luncheon for the entire chapter ; an attendance of 1,200 members who made thejr d iimr of $55, or over, and as guest Speaka. we had Dr. Howard Sachar, who now ipies ident of the Branch <>i Brandeis University in Israel Regular monthly hook reviews are held once a month, proceeds of which are geared toward vocational education for Youth Aliyah children in Israel. May this year which begins a new decade ol our services to our people fulfill the tasks that iie ahead, so that we may continue our achievements lor a bright and happy future to our people everywhere and bring peace throughout the world. L"Shona Tovah. MRS. iOStPH MILTON Miami chapter president MISS LILLIAN GOODMAN Miami Heiich chapter president And View From Miami Chapter Continued frevn Page 12-1 v media 1 ir rfc rogress this past yeai 1 e now hav< 31 Young Judaea group? .. Mia %  Hadassah boasts of n.largest membership yet. Other children in the Miami area are not forsaken l>\ Hadassah, and on Wi rid Jewish Child's Da> in April, members of the individual groups visited and entertamed with parties man} children in hospitals and foundling homes. Miami now has twelve groups, including Junior Hadassah for young women age 17 to 27. each governed by the Miami chapter. Two of these groups joined the Miami family this year. Greater Growth Ahead This past year. Hadassah has grown in Miami And this year we look forward to an even greater growth. We have many things planned for the active Jewish woman. We plan to revive our Oneg Shabbats. Once again, at our annual Purim party, we will give away SI.500 worth of stock. We plan to enlarge our Bible study classes. We look forward with anticipation to our donor affairs next May. and we look with pride at two of our Miami leaders in Hadassah. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, newly-elected vice president of the Florida region, and Mrs. Irwin Liss. newly-elected president of the region. Mrs. l.iss automatically becomes a member of the national board. We in Miami are proud of our Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, striving to interpret to the American people the understanding of Israel's achievements and aspirations, developing a program to equip American Jewish youth to understand its heritage, and of the many projects we maintain. 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^ ) n J by ISABEL GROVE in Israel, Harold Dunsky and his family had a private with Prime Minister Ben-Gurion During the meet Grand Old Man turned to a member of the delegation How man) times have you gone to Israel"' The o en tli • puffed up and answered proudly. "Fourteen times" "H„. |'rim< Minister nodded k'indly and said That's nice — 1 went only once.*' In France, Dunaky, who is fund-raising executive of Cedars "f Lebanon, met his bnither. I)r Irving Dunsky, a ma IS. Air Force statmned in Kvereau Prevailed upon to deliver a talk at the Officers' Club, Dunsky obliged His 'How to Finance an Officers' Club" nd Murray Schwartzman have returned to their home rd il -ia in day visitd to Baltimore Highlight v.i> the weekend of Sepl 15. when grandson Mark Bar Mitzvah at Temple Tifertth Israel, with Rabbi ID officiating on Sunday, the evenl was further A'ith .i linner reception for 150 at B'rith Sholom Temple i Mitzvah boy is the sun of Hie former Gloria Schwartz llliam Seff, Who have two more of the same to plan for an and Richard, 11 and Hover Official patrons ol the Nov. uise aboard the SS Jerusalem i Kislak. general campaign chairman of the United Fund. -peak at last Thursday night's reception a: the home >>: G and Felice Schwartz a few minutes after the lights throi the Kendall area went out for more than two hours •Ii.it Felice is psychic and included hurricane lamps and candles in her decorating scheme for the evening, so with the burning high, the meeting went on without a hitch I calendar at Westbrooke Country Club is crowded with costui parties for members in every age group throughout Oct Cocktail dance slated for adult members in the Grand Ballro.im on Oct. 20 ... A lur and diamond fashion show for the edification of the distalf side on Oct. 23 at a "Two for One Ladies Luncheon" Teen agers will don Halloween outfits for a dance %  > Oct 27, the adults will show their originality in costumes the next hi. and the Children Will take over for their own party ; the 31st. • !i ppy birthday Monday for one of Miami Beach's best known Vbe Eisenberg, ol the Riverside Memorial Chapels er-than-ever Abe and his charming lean leaving next We ek a three-week vacation at the Arlington hotel. Hot Springs, Ark Another popular citizen in these parts. Morris Lipp. former Miami Beach city manager, and his Helen on a combination business and pleasure trip to California and the World's Fair in Seattle Helen and William Mahler, of Miami Beach, plan to spend an entire month in Israel Left here on Sunday lor New York, in HI Al airliner winged them across the Atlantic of Hartford. Conn last week honored Mr and Mrs Her !l1 1 KiM'nberg, of 4421 Sheridan ave for their work in establishing ,|„. Yeshiva ot Hartford 13 years ago Occasion was ">e completion of a second building adjoining the first on.' 11,1 Eisenbergs active in Greater Miami, too. having helped to establish the Hebrew Academy and Young Israel of Miami -. • Dinner party hosts at the Miami Springs Villas' Japanese Steak House, the Richard stones' guests included County Manager McNayr, Mr. awl Mrs William Singer, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Li W.I. Singer Given a lesson in chopstick handling, McNayr Ml twirling them liki an old timer Seen dining Monday night at the Big Porterhouse restaurant. d Mrs. Sh'ddon Dobkm and Mr and Mrs. Michael Sossin %  %  • President of the Sports Car Club of Creator Miaou. Dr Dob Coral Cables optometrist, sports a license plate which reads '-' : Sossin, managing director of the Blackstone hotel, is President of the Humane Society of Creator Miami M another table, the Herman Sumars and the Herman Kell !" lans Most of the conversation on Temple Beth Am s building '.""' chaired by Kellman, who is also director of public relations f/t, Ott oman s 11/oM "sjTewiislh Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday. September 28. 1962 Section 3 Reception at the home of Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen last week honored leaders of "Operation Open Arms," Temple Emanu-El's summer activity program. Left to right are Joseph Cake inaugurating the Shalom Cruise of the Greater Miami Israel Assn., scheduled Nov. 8 to 20 aboard the SS Jerusalem, is cut by (ie!t to rights Wolf Lazarus, president of the American-Israeli Shipping Co.; Miss Judie Ware, secretary in the Miami Beach offices of Zim Lines; and Maurice Revitz. president of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. Three-hundred Jewish community leaders will sail on the 12-day cruise to seven Cctibbean islands. Reservations are still available, and may be made ot the Zim offices, 407 Lincoln rd. Cedars Auxiliary Launches Season hr l ropical Park. Executive board members of Cedars Of Lebanon Auxiliary held Iheir first fall meeting this week a! the home of Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, a pioneer member of the group, •"'I chairman of the Women's Division development fund. Auxiliary president. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, presented a threemonth activities schedule, which includes fund raising luncheons geared to obtain support for the completion of the hospital's upper three floors. "Life guardians and godmothers giving-levels should be raised this year to Step up our campaign." said Mrs Levin "During the next year, the auxiliary board will meet on the ond Tuesdaj of each month, to tighten up controls of our v Idespread services and voluntary bosM. Lipton. president of the congregation; Mrs. Lipton; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader; Mrs. Cypen; and Judge Cypen. vice president of Temple Emanu-El. __ Zamora Women Elect Officers, Plan for Season New officers and hoard member-of Temple Zamora Sisterhood are making plans for fall activities Under a presidium including Mrs Stanley Silvern. Mrs. Ann Goldberg, and Mrs. Rose Galton, a Yom Kippur night dance on Monday, Oct 8. the annual welcome home dinner on Oct. 28. and a gay nineties party the evening of Nov. 17, are scheduled The first in a series of luncheons will be given on Wednesday. Oct IT. at noon. A regular Sisterhood meeting Wednesday. Oct. 10. 8:15 p.m.. at the Synagogue will center on the holidays of Sukkot and Simchas Torah, according to the cultural vice president. Mrs. Harold Shuman. Program will feature members of the Sisterhood in a fashion show by Acines of Miracle Mile. Other officers are: chairman of the board. Mrs. Sam Altman: membership vice president. Mrs Ann Hirsh; fund raising vice president. Mrs Sam Rozeen; recording secretary, Mrs. Harry Fishman; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Herman Douglass; financial secretary, Mrs Li UIS Charter; treasurer. Mrs Nathan Go.iy; parliamentarian. Mrs. Sam Kabenowich. Mrs Dorothy Greenberg. chairman for the donor affair. Mrs Oscar Smukler, co-chairman; hospitality committee. Mrs. Helen Fried Mrs David Rose, and Mrs. Leon Ilonig; social action chairman, Mrs. David Kivel; sunshine chairman. Mrs. Milton Binstock; constitution revision, Mrs Edwin Solomon; and telephone chain: Mrs Dotty Hams, with Mrs Harry Kaminoff assisting. Oneg Shabbat chairman. Mrs. n Miller, co-chairman. Mrs '. riel Spector; Mrs. Ed Fabric. in charge of rummage; Mrs [n • ing Simons, retention chairm Mrs Hershel Brooks, adult edi turn; Mrs, Irving Klein, 'i Fund chairman; song ch Joseph Kwart; and pub! chairman, Mrs. Harold Shapiro. pital programs, and to coordinate the plans for achieving our pledge Of $125,000 for 1963.'' she concluded Tentative dates were set for two major women's functions on Oct. 15 and Nov. 2. similar to the Golden Gift of Guardianship luncheon last year attended bj some soo persons Beth Am Sisterhood Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am >ill hold its opening membership brunch on Wednesday, Oct HI. at The Temple Auditorium. Elton Fdclnian will arrange the floral fashions to be used Committee in charge includes Mis Sam Berk i witi. Mi Goldstein, Mrs. Lawrence La tidy, and Mrs Melvin Lev::'


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Page 2-A %  > t<-. Friday Ser ... I Strickland Case Will Go To Supreme Court %  ( : t Ju Pat • unnon issued i i rde %  Vloi the Metro Commission from inquiring further int i that >uih N,:; -li: Jud) e Edv. in Str eklai I had made anti Semitic remarks in h • courtroom Count> Atturncj Darrey Davis earlier this month put <>lf ;i con tinned hearing into the ease until last Tuesday, but Judge Cannon's injunction won for Judge Strickland at least a temporary postponement A Miami Senior High School teacher. Marvin L Cohen, declared that on June 8 he appeared in Judge Strickland's court on a minor traffic violation, and pleaded not guilty. Cohen alleges thai Strickland retorted: "You Jews are the same; 90 percent plead not guilty." %  The traffic charge was subsequently dismissed, but Cohen pursued the matter and pressed for an inquiry ir.to his allegation of Judge Strickland's anti-Semitism. It was at this point that Dav's and the commission entered the case. Milton Ferrell, attorney for the South Miami jurist, said that although the Home Rule charter provided for ousting a iui-'ge, it makes rj provision for administering oaths, giving notice, aed conductive, a hearng. I Cannon he %  ihe Chit i Justici ol Ihe emi to assign an i %  hear ii I K Dade county on the i %  Da' ,id hen %  'untj ,-. mmii ed me to conduct an investigation and report, and lhal all l di The) delegated me 1! there were sufficient to warrant their investl ti.in "' He stressed that the commission's hearing up until this point was never intended to be a removal hearing. Cantor Deutsch Due at Flagler Cantor Rudolph Deutsch will render the musical portions of the liturgy at High Holy Day services oi Plagler-Granada Jewish Center Cantor Di utsch is a native ol Wil P n c< ived his Hebraic and d training in Bro more. Md. and cantori; I i: I York, Cat \ I II: jtl ^wmf.HSj! "" — Goes to 3 U.S. Firms IRVINE SPEAR Spear Named Prosecutor Here Irvine C. Spear has been appointed prosecuting attorney of Surfsi It by the Town Council. A member of the Miami Beach. I jade. Florida and American Bar Assns Spear is a graduati University ol Penns) !\ an i ei\ ed his law degri e 1: om pers Universal) in New Jerse; \\ Rutgers he was assoc iate ed I thi Rutgei i Lav Re' 'v i ii torian of hi; y in civic ernal i an r of Nor i.7T Jewish War \ -' Ii nl ol the %  go\ i rnor ol th He is a '! null Ser fat B'ri h /,::•'. meric Surfs lu>ie S Ihe Miami ; ( ie Airman Off To Texas Base A Miami man being p to neu bases to attetul technical training courses following completion of United States Air Force basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex is Airman basic Leslie S Kodish. son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Kodish. 5025 SW 87th ct. Kodi.sh will attend a con:-. • aircraft maintenance specialists at Amarilla AFB. Tex. He is a graduate of Southwest Huh I Macco • An.v Vmeri that v I [) 600, %  : An authority sockesman rflorted that approximately 8 pret of the total volume it -%  for export, and wi I iraki one cf the *oi i 9 ? porters c< Ihil r' Hi roted that tht foi to be earr^= by this exper' wil reduce > • nua' 'rase dtfie : 1 "-%  COO.0C0. N R H3 C SUNSHINE BAKERY BAKERS FOR THG KOSHER HOME "PARAVE" Ulim STRICT RAEDINKAL SUPERVISION 1043 Washington Avenue JE 1-5251 If It's Kosher It's Sunshine (962-63 *OP3P nj'V rou>V ai anawiijn*— > rtift ettHCC PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS Largest Se'ectlon in la'es* Styles for Men and Women FREf PARKING SPACE !S' :A CONVENIENT TO BL'SES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the AV Phone JE 8-0749 0CIU/S7S 3 *iSCR.PT0\S FIUED CONTACT LENSES MR. AND MRS. MORRIS ORLIN AND FAMILY %  • %  ..... WE INSTALL GLASS BOH tiVfvffl' IWttPOSi STORE FRONT PLATE ANO WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirror! ant Rendering Our Specially %&k i Vliy*.^ L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS tZ.ATV LimiM to nmt your nedl ^***^^ Th* Aqency that CAN lay YES! Don't lot your aqent My "It Con't Be Don* ACHiRMAN INSURANCE AGFNCYJNC."F7KM" • "^2. %  ington I D' A L. J E M. Hebftrman a Im jjest Wishes \f* &A ^•'''YYV/ ^ *-* i/ c IIL ErAIfUL Of CHAPELS... t i: • and Aiun n u MEMORIAL CHAPEL9 lAlronRd MIAMI BEACH U50 No.mandy Dr Jtfl.rion 1-1151 itSVK 17th S> MIAMI HI 3-7221 I • A FAMILY TRADITION iOlti'i" 1 ''' '.„, .noCjr.toDc"' 1 -%  VSUBBBH



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Friday, September 23, 1962 ive buyers, Israel's capabilities as .1 manul I goods of a wide range iiiy. lotion of tourism Is another important work. We constantly provide informial, guidance and assistance tu tourist navel groups and to individuals who visiting Israel. I consider such per•era between Americans and Israelis economic, but also of a much deeper 1 ntributing towards better underjtual respect and friendship between t the l". S A and Israel, who have ns and l< als in common. *Jen#f noradiair to pros 1" mpplii and fii T'u featuri jtion, contemi %  gel '' significf dit the I" %  % %  On the Personal Level -]-(!, late also fulfills the manifold funcnal information center. I fin I %  %  ind scl church individu %  [or Won tion in the keen interest displayed by %  :. countrj, in evei id dev< lop aci it i el. Daily v e receive reI children and students, teachers from public libraries, m r zations ol all denominations, from id ssionals, social workers, educators • ot least, from Jewish communities and their various organizations, on, facts, figures and specific data, plea ol our arts and crafts, films • aps and .-tamp.and more Man) arc the in\ tai r.s we receive to participate in cultural events, 1 I ic debate-, or -peak from platforms ol civic cli I lurches, universities, and other organiutions constantly struggle to make the mod est meat I I our disposal meet the great demand. isr.H %  country situated in a turbulent area, where inMability and turmoil and hostile intent are a constant threat to our so hardly-won independent the integrity of our territory, to the n