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The Jewish Floridian ( September 20, 1963 )

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THE NEW YEAR EDITION "Jewish Floridian Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vo:--..e 36 — Number 38 Miami, Florida, Friday, September 20, 1963 Eight Sections — Price S2.00



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Page 2-A +JmhMto**!£> Friday, September 20. 1963 Kennedy in Rosh Hashona Greetings WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Pre-j-traditions of~#nclasm call for a ulent Kennedy this week offered i 0 lemn review, at this time, of Rosh Hashona greetings to the, curs deedg and hc aspirations 1 American Jewish community. ... „ .,„_.' "Rosh Hashona. the start of a! vour hearts so that your ves r.ew year and the period of the j may be judged and the ennobling i Jewish High Holy Days, affords goals of your faith reconfirmed, me %  welcome opportunity to ex-! It is also an appropriate time to, tend my felicitations to all Ameriresolve to take whatever steps cans of the Jewish faith." the nay advance the goal of a last President declared. %  ng ard universal peace among: "The heritage and religiou| at ions." Dayan Withdraws Resignation Following Talks With Levi Eshkol I JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Min-1 i>ter of Agriculture Moshe Dayan j withdrew this week his threat of resigning from the Cabinet, and| .•igreed to keep his post this week. after a series of conferences with! Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and Pinhas Sapir. The latter holds the portfolios of Minister of Finance and Minister of Commerce rnd Industry. The parleys produced agreement t'n several major points raised by Mr. Dayan prior to his threat last week that he would formally quit. One of these issues was a demand FRONTISPIECE Frontispiece of The Jewish Floridian Rosh Hashona Edition depicts the rebuilding of the walls of the Temple in Jerusalem. for closer liaison between the Agriculture Ministry and the country's security apparatus. An-1 other revolved about a demand by Mr. Dayan that his Ministry be i given certain prerogatives, includj ing the right to fix prices of agricultural products and to have a; hand in food planning and imports. Mr. Eshkol had strongly oppos-1 ed the resignation. After his j meetings with Mr. Eshkol and Mr.! Sapir, Mr. Dayan said that be had obtained the Premier's "clarification" of the disputed issues, and would be able therefore to respond to Mr. Eshkol's request that he stay on in the Cabinet. Kennedy • told American Jewry: "We enter the New Year with both renewed hope for a| lessening of tensions between, peoples and nations, and disappointment in the continuing fires; of conflict around the globe. We are committed to the continuing; pursuit of liberty and justice, and neither illusion nor disappoint-, ments will distract us from our objective. In this basic effort we need the support and commitment of every citizen. •I am sure that all Americans, whatever their faith, join me in extending to each person celebrating Rosh Hashona best wishes for a Happy New Year." MR AND MRS. MORRIS ORLIN AND FAMILY 6XTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR *mm ion EVERY rritrosi WE INSTALL GLASS STOtl WONT PUT! AND WINDOW GLASS fvrnilur* Xopt, Beveled Mirrors and Resi/vering Ottt Specially L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 11363 Morris Or/in TO INSURE YOUR HAPPY NEW YEAR INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS Mayshie friedberg ANNOUNCEMENT OF A DENTAL OFFICE OPENING By DR. DONALD SIEGENDORF, D.D.S. 4100 Red Rd. MO 6-0751 SOUTH MIAMI Hrs.-Mon. 9-9, Tues. thru Thurs. 9-5, Sat. 9-12 DISCOUNT PROCESSING rODACHROMf 8MM Roll 1.00 35x20Mt 1.00 127-620-120 EKTA 1.00 K0DAC0L0P JUMBO PRINTS 12 EXPOSURES 2.00 B&W EXPOSURES .75 Mail or Bring with This Ad Craig's Camera Center 73S6 S.W. Red Rd. 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Friday. September 20, 1963 -Jewish flcrldian Page 3-A Spinoza Book To be Viewed "Life of Reason" will be the topic of a talk by Dr. Abraham Wolfson on Thursday mdrning, Sept. 26, at the Spinoza Forum, meeting in the Washington Federal Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave. The lecture will be based on j the fourth book of Spinoza's "Ethics." A musical interlude will precede the lecture, and an open forum will follow. A cn tiqos Juc*-c Mrs.. ankq let' Poet man Will the ; 'nberry bowl over 100 years old is the center of an andiscussion at the first meeting of the season of Temple Sisterhood. A catered luncheon held at the home of Mdndn Levin. 1330 SW 72nd Ave., featured a display of _es provided by the speakers and some of the members. o right are Cantor Gordon Richards and Rabbi Mordecai of Temple Judea; Mrs. Levin, Sisterhood program chairand hostess; Mrs. Frank Toback, Sisterhood president; zra Bell and Edward Robinson, associate and owner of jio Shop, Coral Gables. Beth Israel Sets Plans for Classes Dr. rwin K Makovsky, chairman, : jard of Education of Beth Israel, announced this week that, the i :.gregati>n's new, centrally locati community afternoon Hebrew school classea will be con-j ductei at the Hebrew Academy. 1 2400 netree Dr., with Iranspor-i FHA-VA RESALES IN PERFECT CONDITION DADE S. 8ROWARD COUNTY From $150.00 aown—$50.00 Mo. ALTMAN INSURANCE A REAL ESTATE 76t NW 3rd ST. FR 1-2421 iVl handle '.*,. %  a net ef All Kind* tation provided to and from the school. Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, education director, stated that curriculum will include an accelerated program of Hebrew reading and Torah studies, in addition to courses in beginning and intermediate Hebrew studies, and Bar Mitzah instruction. No student will be turned away because of inability to pay full tuition, and synagogue membership is not necessary. Louis Pollack and Murray Rosenberg are co-chairmen of the congregation's Board of Education. Emanu-EI Players Plan Production "Anniversary Waltz." hit Broadway domestic comedy, will be presented at the Shelborne Hotel by Ihe Temple Emanu-EI Players on the evenings of Oct. 5 through 7.1 Production is under the direction of Trixie Levin, with Char-j lotte Lechtner and Beverly Green, assistant. Cast includes Hope Pomerance, Al Lcibert, of the WINZ "Leave it to Leibert" show; Leo Rokeach, to Leibert" show, Leo Rokeach, house, Elaine Glickman, Rita Burns, Bernard Green, O. J. (Jimmy) Rosenstrauch, and Helen Korctzky. Wendy Unger, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Unger, and Lar-| ry Katzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katzen, will be in the chil dren's roles. Complete Insurance Service..." IIEK \ A It II SEGAL, FRjnklm 9-6441 DAYTIME-Hlghland 4-0228 EVENINGS LIFE • HOSPITALIZATION DISABILITY INCOME • FIRE HOMEOWNERS • MARINE BONDS • GROUP • AUTO THEFT • LIABILITY COMPENSATION MONTHLY PREMIUM BUDGET AVAILABLE FOR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO., BRANCH OFFICE AGENCY %  INSURANCE) A. i;\< v J 707 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING • MIAMI 32. FLORIDA E v PERIENCEO PET DEALERS 4 EXPERT Dj; GROOM.NG BOAAOING ANIMAL KINGDOM PET SHOP 1105 NW 119tm ST. MU 8-3021 < > Women's Corps Luncheon The Shore Unit of the Women's I Corps of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miam will hold its annual member-bring£ member luncheon at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Monday noon, aci cording to President Ruth Firtel. Vice president in charge of membership is Mrs. Barbara Berkman, with Mrs. Dorothy Schlissel 1 serving as co-chairman. lipBV ">2\& tontMf sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 SB Yean uptrkicty Hem* Owntd Home Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, positive pest control,, with regular service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK ^FR 7441V mam Unwt M i i afcM H f J. M. LIPT0N INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 311 > GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONDS 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA FR 1-5631 • FR 7-1671 TWIN CITY GLASS CO. CUARANTEED MIRRORS STORE fKONTS FURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS A RE-SILVERING AUTO 6USS INSTALLED WHIU TOO WAIT 1220-16th Street, M.1. Owed Satordayi Tel. JE 8-6141 6 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County MAIN OFFICE: 101 East Flagl.r St. North Miami Branch I Tamiami Branch I Edison Center Branch 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. I 1901 S.W. 8th St. I 5800 NW. 7th Ave. Kendall Branch U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St. i K OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 200 MILLION DOLLARS //



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Page 4-A J&vis* mrSdHictr, Friday, September 20. 1963 imiiimiiiniiinirT"" ""'""— %  — %  "-" "%  -" n-nm.*..—.— MM—I The Nhus And Ho By MAX LERNER m/ i/ieIjtiPHILIP SHAPIRO formerly of 12865 N.W. IOIII Avfnnc-. will luijc place Sunday, September 22nd, 1 p.m. on the family plot ut lakeside Cemetery Rtibbi Harold Richrrr o/ the Dade Heights Congregation U'ill officiate. Mr. Shapiro is survived by hiwife Rose, two tone, Leonard and Ben and a daughter, Mr-. Paul Faske. also 5 uranJchiMrcn. Relatives and Friends are ftiriteJ to Attend. Arrangements by Palmer's Miami Monument Compan> Reverend I. Kuttler Certified Mohe! Ritual Call After 6 Circumcision Wl 7-8326 GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open fvery Poy • Closed 5abboth 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 REPHUNS HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest A Oldest Supplier f.r SyMfMMS, Hebrew I Suetey Scheel,. rVfcolese* fterail mutt tuns AND Hovmiis 417 W a s hinit— Ave. Jl 1-9017 ROOM and BOARD For Elderly P.cpl,. S^i.l Uw „,„. mer rtMt, (tricrty Ko,h., Wi,m mospher.. CM eervk.. Alio fHi,i. ncy :2r !l l>l L .* %  !* %  *'• H. levta, 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 13741 Individual Memorial Prayers STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK 10 A.M. and 12 NOON Sunday, September 22nd Rabbi Murray A. Alstet will be present in the Park to hold Individual Memorial Services for Mourners v $ $ Temple Memorial Services STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK Sunday, September 22nd FOR THE FOLLOWING CONGREGATIONS TEMPLE JUDEA Rabbi Mordecai Podet, 10 A.M. TEMPLE ZION Rabbi Alfred Waxman, 10:30 A.M. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH Rabbi Morris Skop, 1 P.M. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM Rabbi Samuel Machtei, 2 P.M. $ o # LOCATION OF PARK: 5900 S.W. 77th AVENUE '* PALMER „ MEMORIALS "Miami's Only JMM Monument MUtrt" exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS WE WISH A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL ram nw* NO flNER QUALITY .'NO LOWER PRICE I SAVE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT BUY DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER. WE UNDERSELL ALL COMPETITION I FROM OUR LARGE STOCK WE WILL NOT ONLY MEET BUT WILL DEFINITELY B E AT ALL COMPETITIVE PRICES. SPECIAL HOLIDAY CRAVE MARKERS FOOTSTONES HEADSTONES FOR All CEMETERIES BO" SCHEDULED UNVEILINGS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1963 lakeside Memorial Park PHILIP SHAPIRO 1 p.m. Rabin Harold Rlchiei Jewish Section of Wood/own Park SAM GOLDENBLANK 10:30 a.m. Rdbbi J^ormiin Shapuo Visit Memorial Cemetery HERMAN L. SALZBERG 1 a.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro Ut. Net* Cemetery CUBA GREfNBCRO 10 a.m. Rabbi Solomon Schifj Mt. Sinoi Cemetery BARMY BLOOM PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922



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Friday. September 20. 1963 +Jeist> florid fan Paqe 5-A Laud Israel for Handling of Rioters Almost $2,500 was raised by over 400 members of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization in a recent one-day Tag drive for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Nationel Children's Cardiac Hospital, and the American Cancer Society. Roger Hodgeman (second from right), director of Muscular Dystrophy, accepts a check from Alan Stanley and Anne Ehrens, co-chairmen for the BBYO drive. Mrs. Henry Steinhauser (left), president of the BBYO Board of Directors, and Ainsley R. Ferdie (right) vice president of the board, look on. Rabbi Bender at Israelite Center It;ibbi Paul J. Bender is officiating as suest spiritual leader at the Israelite Center during the High Holy days. Rabbi Bender was former dilector of the Orthodox Union Association, and later became na lional director of the Organization of the Religious Zionists of America. For 12 years, he was spiritual leader of the United Jewish Congregations of Duluth, Minn., and for ten years held the pulpits at Congregation B'nai Shalom and B'nai Bczalel in Chicago. I KSnount


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> • — "" Page 6-A *JmistthrkHari Friday. September 23, 1965. High Holy Days Suggest Backward Glance At The Main Events of the Outgoing Year The Hebrew Year 5723 passed us by eventfully. On every front there were occurrences of significance, requiring the kind of comment that would spill over into the margins of many pages. These are but a few of them: Simultaneously with the celebration of Rosh Hashona 5723, came the announcement that the United States had decided to sell Hawk Missiles to Israel. This was the first reversal in a longstanding pattern of U. S. foreign policy not to escalate the arms race in the Middle East, which in fact meant giving Egypt's Nasser American dollar credits to buy arms from the Soviet Union, while trying at every turn to bar the sale of comparable weapons to the Jewish State. The outgoing Hebrew Year in October saw the resignation of Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg, who took the oath of office as a United States Supreme Court Justice, filling the vacancy on the bench created by the retirement of Justice Felix Frankfurter. WARNINGS IN SOUTH AMERICA In South America, Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, president of the DAIA, central body of Argentinian Jewry, issued a number of warning statements about the activities of the anti-Semitic Tacuara movement. This came at the same time as news leaked out of the Soviet Union of stoning attacks upon Moscow's Central Synagogue during the High Holy Days. As if to still the forward movement of hate activities, Colin Jordan, chief of the British Nazi Party, was given a nine-month sentence on two counts of a four-count indictment, charging violation of the Public Order Act. While in the United States, the Jewish Publication Society of America announced the completion of its new translation of the Bible, which would appear the following February in a wave of pro and con sentiments relative to its "modernization." In New York, the Arabian American Oil Company was finally restrained against its antiSemitic hiring policy and, toward the end of October, as President John Fitzgerald Kennedy accepted the America's Democratic Legacy Award from the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the nation was plunged into a watchful waiting seizure with the forces of the Soviet Union over the sensational discovery of missile bases on the Island of Cuba — the first successful Communist incursion into the Western Hemisphere. Also at the outset of the Hebrew Year 5723, Dr. Ahmed Shukairy, one of Arabdom's most viciously outspoken anti-Israelis at the United Nations, qlibly saluted the Argentinian Tacuara movement, and even the Arabs were sufficiently embarrassed to start a behind-the-scenes recall movement. Dr. Shukairy, on the eve of Rosh Hashona 5724 last week, was finally forced to quit and return home. MEDAL TO A ZIONIST In other events, veteran Zionist Louis Lipsky received the Herzl Gold Medal for his lifelong dedication to the cause that saw the reemergence of a Jewish State in our time, an award crownOFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN... Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent ing a monumental career to be cut short the following May, with his death in the mid-eighties. As Chanuka came upon us, news from Israel reported the sudden resignation of Israel Prosecutor Gideon Hausner, the man who was catapulted into international renown by leading the government's case against Adolf Eichmann. While, early in January, Premier Nikita Khrushchev, repeatedly and hotly denying the existence of anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union, explained his reasons against Jews in the highest echelons of the Communist realm: "They provoke popular resentment." GERMANS IN EGYPT A month later, on Feb. 8, Mayor Willy Brandt, of West Berlin, led his divided city in a mourning period marking the 30th anniversary of the rise of the Hitler scourge in Germany; but in Iraq, in the wake of the assassination of Kassem, came a new leader, Aref, a notorious Nazi sympathizer. Among the biggest stories on the international scene was the announcement by Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir of the discovery of German nuclear and missile scientists working in Egypt. With Prime Minister Ben-Gurion then on vacation, Israel's presumably secret and "unnamed" security chief stirred a hornet's nest of public resentment, which brought B-G back to Jerusalem in a huff. The result: the "unnamed" security chief resigned, and Mr. Ben-Gurion set about trying to mend his German policy fences. Early in June, Mr. Ben-Gurion, himself, resigned in a move that stunned the nation, giving way to Finance Minister Levi Eshkol to take over the helm. At the end of April, President Itzhak Ben-Zvi died, plunging Israel into mourning; while shortly thereafter, former German Defense Minister Franz Josef Strauss arrived in the country for a ten-day tour. Biggest news from the U.S. was our nation's sudden reversal of a many-years-long policy at the United Nations so far as Israel is concerned, when U.S. Delegation Chief Adlai Stevenson led a joint U.S.-British move to censure Syria for the repeated border troubles suffered by Israel in a Middle Eastern world increasingly bent on destroying her. As the outgoing Hebrew Year 5723 drew to a close, her Arab neighbors, spurred on by Egypt's Nasser, pledged themselves to total war against Israel in the near future. IN GREATER MIAMI In Greater Miami, the Hebrew Year 5723 was launched here with the appointment to the Miami City Commission of Sidney Aronovitz, a longtime Jewish community leader, whose uncle, the late Abe Aronovitz, was twice mayor of the city. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital announced its decision to begin completion of the hospital's top three floors, and the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds launched its first annual award to "Men of Letters in the Arts and Sciences," with citations going to Philip Wylie ?H*, r: L f 0n £ rd R Se cellis1; and Dean ^eph Weil, of the University of Florida. Hatemonger Donald Branch was found guihy of possessing and transporting explosives in the Published JOT Friday since 1927 hy Th pointment of Robert Macht, president of Jord-rn Marsh, and Alfred Daniels, president of Burdir.? i as co-chairmen of CJA's Mercantile Division. December saw the picketing of the Mi offices of the Anti-Defamation League of B :. B'rith by the American Nazi Party. In a more constructive direction, the women of our community reshuffled the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade J d Broward County into the Federation of lev. ih Women, with Mrs. Anna Brenner Mevers as ch i man. Mrs. Meyers, on the eve of Rosh Hashona 5724 last week, was also to announce hex re: ed acceptance as chairman of the Isicel Kupat Hohm campaign in Greater Miami. In January. Dade County Circuit Court Ju::Irving Cypen stepped down from his r;ost, with deep regret tendering his resignation aue to the ever increasing economic needs of my farm. and there passed from the judicial scene here an occupant of the bench well regarded end higaly respected in the legal profession. The outgoing Hebrew Year 5723 else wit:-.-?;sea the 25th anniversary celebration of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in conjunction with the silver anniversary of the United Jewish Appeal. At almost the same time, Mt. Sinai hospital of Greater Miami, a Federation cgency, announced a new gift of a quarter of a million dollars from the foundation of the late S. Harvey Greenspan. AGAINST RACISM HERE As summer drew upon us, Mrs. Milton Sirkui, long ume Jewish community leader here, was tZ S? U, e S deril of %  *• Southern Section of the KM Welfare Board. June, itself. witnm**d me significant formation of the Dade County community Relations Board under the aegis of the ^etro Commission, an interfaith and interracial group designed to forestall the land of racial conmet in Miami experienced elsewhere in the South and throughout the nation. m *• "** he outset, the Hebrew Year ^3 was an eventful one on all fronts. And now. on the eve of Rosh Hashona 5724. we soy: "May You be Inscribed in the Book of Life."



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Friday. September 20, 1963 *Je*lst>fk>ricftar? Condition of Soviet Jewry Steadily Deteriorating PARIS 13TA) Ttn, ^ ... W Paqe 7-A PARIS (JTA) The condiproblem too will .ion of Soviet Jewry has slowly! SS^MJIIJ 222 ,0,U but steadily deteriorated during! 2L, !" ur 2?T2 """ the last two years, according to poT.o r^^ r "J^ ^ an interim report issued here this] w -|S1J3week by the Conferene on the Sit^^mttSTSm^ml EE nation of Jews in the Soviet Union, ff & T.w^-o noV JSS indefinite delay/ The report cited figures pubDr. Goldmaim cited reports of quit baking matzoth two years cases in which Russian Jews i years ago. The report was transmitted by Dr. Nabnm Goldmann to members of i he Confernce of which Daniel Mayer. French Jewish leader, is ""shed in the Soviet press showing < hairman. that between July 1, 1961 and July The report revealed that, accord-i '• 1963 at least 140 persons were tag to official Soviet sources, 354 condemned to death for economic -ynagogues have been closed in offenses in Russia and that about Russia during the past seven 6u P er cent of these, or some 80 yean. The total of synagogues People, at least were Jews, "This fell from 450 in 1956. accorring to proportion is especially disquiet-' ihe Soviet Union's report to the in 8 when one remembers that the I'nited Nations Subcommittee on Jews represent only about 1.5 per-' 'he Prevention of Discrimination,' cent of the total population," the in only 96 according to 1963 fig-1 report noted, ures from official Soviet sources. "were imprisoned and condemned to solitary confinement with hard labor for baking and distributingmatzoth by improvised means" since the state bakeries The report warned that pub* lication of articles in the Soviet press describing synagogues as "centers of illicit trading" breeds anti-Semitism among the masses "and it is inevitable that this causes some excesses." Dr. Goldmann then referred to a previously publicized anti-Semitic incident at Dhagcstan on Aug. 9, 1961, when Jews were accused, on ritual murder. He asserted this was not an isolated case, and that similar charges were made at Uzbekistan in 1962 in Georgia and in 1963 in Vilna. The report expressed the hope that as "de-Staliniiation makes further progress, the Jewish Gefilte Fish Heads Rokeach Kosher Products By Special Report The report asserted that the entire Yiddish literary output from 1*41 to 1963 amounted to a total of five books by deceased writers, one anthology, the newspaper, the Birobidjan Stern, and the bi-monthly Sovietish Heimland. In a message accompanying the report. Dr. Goldmann said that "considering the large number of Jews still very attached to their national heritage, this state of affairs can only be explained by the fact that the Soviet authorities themselves must be vigorously opposed to any revival of Jewish culture in the USSR." Gefilte fish, appetizingly dismayed in glass jars, is today as i lose to your dining table as your neighborhood supermarket. The 90-year old I. Rokeach & Com pany firm has been among pioThe report said that not only • eers in the field. i had there been no improvement A blend of fresh water fish, (luring the past two years in the chopped and mixed with seasoned sphere of Jewish religious life but unions, eggs and spices, gefilte further deterioration. Synagogues nh is normally served cold in' are still being closed regularly u jellied broth. and during 1962, the report statRokeach startled the kosher cd synagogues were closed at lousehold by the pre-packaging of Sverdlovsk. Zhitomir. Kazan, Grozcoconut oil-based household soap ">' %  Zhmennka. Chernovitz. Be l ack in 1870, the very first time laya-Tzerkov. Kaunas. Lvov and >oap maker ever gave attention Piatigorsk. Most of these towns lo the specialized needs of those now have no synagogues at all, | maintaining kosher households. the report declared. Israel Rokeach lound his business expanding, and sensed immediately a market existed for con\ enience products to ease the ..rdships native to obeying the iraditional Jewish dietary laws. From Rokeach, which today oflers almost three score of diverse kosher products from soap to soups, came Hyafat, the first nonanima] based cooking shortening; j borscht in glass containers; ready-' elled gefilte fish; and, most re-i < ently. creamed borscht, which the housewife may keep indefinitey without refrigeration. Rokeach, under strict rabbinical upervision, today turns out thouands of jars of gefilte fish each ^ear in a variety of mixtures, as ell as shapes. The popularity %  1 this delicacy, though still sold primarily as a festive dish fori he Jewish home, has expanded i normously to where it may oflen be found on the hors d'oeuvre lays in the finest restaurants ..nd as a featured appetizer dish. About five years ago, Rokeach's search-minded president, Monoe Nash, developed what today JS known as "Redi-Gelled" gefilte lisb—a gefilte fish prepared with yelled broth which needs only few minutes cooling to prepare for serving. "Previously, all jarred gefilte: fish offered with a broth gel, had to be cooled for at least a day for! 'he gel to set," according to! Rokeach officials. "Redi-Gel," a legistered trademark of Rokeach, has captured the gefilte fish iiiarket," they declared. Rokeach's gefilte fish includes! such varieties as whitefish and like; all whitefish; fish bits; plain nefilte fish; and the newest invention, Rings-Whitefish, which may be used directly on the hors d'oeuvre tray. Mr. Nash declares that "Rokeach ^ ill continue to develop its line of quality products. 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Page 8-A JmHati rhrkHan Sabbath of Repentance Services This Weekend Friday. S eptember 20, 1963 T.tum Wat.rv.ay. Modern Trditional. Rabbi Euaene Labovlti. Cantor Saul H. Broth. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Co-^aerv.tlv.. 8755 SW 16th St M.ami. Rabbi ( Sam-el April. Cantor Gersnon Levin. The intervening period between Rush Hashona and Yom Kippur is known as "'Aseres Y'mai Tschuva," the Ten Days of Penitence. It i. 1 during this period that Jews, every where take, one more opportunity tu consider the outgoing year prior to the Day of Atonement, when judg men) in the "Book of Life" will be scaled. Yom Kippur will be launch ed at Kol N'idre Services on Friday evening. Sept. 27, with the solomr Fast Day following all day Saturday. Sept. 28. Synagogues throughout the Greater Miami area will hold services this weekend, marking Shab bat Tschuva. the Sabbath of Repentance, launching the "Aseres Y'mai Tschuva." 136^0 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative !4f CANDLEUGHTING TIME 2 Tishri — 6:02 pan. bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. I riday s:\:, )..in. I| ml warrim*. ubaorvunce. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7M1 CarlyU ave. Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever. Saturday £:Mt a.m. Hhalibat Tschuva H*riuon: "Th. Call r. ami .Mrs. 1>\M I.nvfiiuin: Fll.hard. s..n "f .Mr. and Mr*. .l.-i>h HRaplro. BETH EL. 500 SW, 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 8:ftn a.m. bVrnion: Rabbi Simon April. Fine. riday >'> p.m. NUttirda Cantor Hyman I s:l.*. a.m. Friday li p.m. Saturday Sr-.al.lint Tschuva Ht>rvli'< "K.-tnrn to I'M!." BETH EMETH YEHUDAH MOSHE. BETH ISRAEL. 400 prairie ave. Or. tiiodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. I'YIilav p.m. Sermon: "Our Rcucntai Potential 8a unlay a.m. Hsjrin.m: "Kindness and Truth—I'.ith to 1 Forajtvoni'SSt" BETH JACOB. 301311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Friday sundnwni Saturday I p.m. Bhfttofeat Tschuva sermon! "Sin. or Crime?" BETH KODESM. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Saturd'av S:4.". a.m. Rabbi Walnicn Miaplro, father of Rabbi Max Shapiro. will he most speak, r at "Sabbath of Return" service. Topic: "Preaent i •;<> Problem." BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. Friday 8:10 p.m. flhnbbal Tschuva service. Saturday :• a.m. BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday Minolta B p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Slialdi.it Tschuva observance. I Ber i: "Portion of the Week." Uln, cha 5:30 p.in. a — BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday MIneha >i p.m. Katurday *:45 a m. Bar Ml./.vali: si. ve. son of Mr. and .Mrs. Sol Ooldateln: Jeff, son of .Mr. and Mis. Arnold K 188. will conduct sci v .ces. TFMPLrCM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing T ttn^^Conservative. •". Irv.n, Lehrman Cantor H^rsh Adler. BVIdai p.w' %  '."•' i .^!!''"<'',; Saturday !' a.m. Sermon: I he > hatta of Repeniance-Us Inie MeanIns?." I' 1 "' MltavnU: Lurry. •-•" "' •'" %  and .Mrs. Hen Viwak owlta TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstain. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sabbath By* Rein niaini Services. S al tin 'ay II a.m. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabb. Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. Friday 8:1! p.m. Bermoni "Sabbath ol Return." Mrs. Frank Tobuck. Sist. rhond presidcni. will Mess t candles. Oneg Sbal'l.a SOT\ Ices. Mi : ...KiOI.'.s Snabl %  Tschuva Sabbath w ill follow TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owiti. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. sno tors i .Mrs. Jessie Hpivack. I l'-ui. illncha and Sbalous Seudos. PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg. Friday Mlncha 5:45 p.m. salurduy 8 a.m. liar .Mitzvah: Hubert, son of Mr. and Mis. Michael Shaw. Mincha Bar Mltsvull 5:80 p.m., Wayne, son of Mr. and Mis. Uernard D ergf r. FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. FVIday 8:15 p.m. Sbabbat Tschuva service. Sermon: "The. Jewish I'oncept of Repentance." HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree dr. Orthodox. Rabb" Alexander S. Gross. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI, 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah Heilbraun. Friday >•: %  • p.m. Shablmt Tschuva sermon: "The Ladder of Repentance." ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 6:80 p.m. Saturday S::10 a.m. K K E .S E J H 'S*j3" rl! 1 J 5 E V c Jlif?.1S I al United States, at 5950 No. Ken Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Friday ti p.m. Second day Roan 11ashoiiH serv.c.. Saturday 8 a.m. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conserved. R*bbl Hyman Gross. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Ztmari ave. Rabbi He.schel B ooks. C ."tor Ben Dickson. TEMPLE Z.Oe7 i[2p S*&•* %  Conservative. Rabbi A -rod Waxman. Cantor Leo Urnch. TIFERETH ISRAEL. WON. Miami ave. Conservative. Raobi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday 1:80 p.m. Fccirnd •'•.''." %  "" liaahona obs. rvaii %  •• s % %  • on "Olva Qvd a Chance." Sa-iurdaj .' :i.m. YOUNG ISRA^t. su NE 171 It. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Saturdav !l a.m. -a.llalb Ol Popltatlce, Sermon: ••Kcdcmp.loii ihii>-!i<: Itep.nt•::: a.m. Kbabbal Tschuva service. Sermon: "Three Aapects of T. siiuv.iii." Mlncha 5:45 p.m. Saturday s : : '-" a.m. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 163rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Repentance—Answer." Traditional On OR Rhabbal will be Nerved by blsterl d. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: vieWe Need Spiritual 'Food' Te Sustain Our Traditions dall Dr., Miami, is the newest Reform South Florida. In a short span of seven years, an idea in the minds of about a dozen families has become one of the larger Reform Temples in SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th the South. ^Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green^^ Betft ^ un( cr {abbl • Dr. Herbert II. Baumaard, is a TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 u \. 5** !" ,' .,.„ NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. ldlglOUS center of 600 families Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor jfa congregation has a weekend i.", al r '"p N ,n U "siiai.i.a, Tschuva .anschool of 900 children, and a .iieiiuiiiim.-. Saturday 8:46 a.m. Seru/eekdav Hebrew School of over mon: "Children rmiip Home." Bible .lass :. p.m.. fallowed by Mlncha. SW _. __rrr .* r.. ., M „ This congregation, on ten acres TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendalh -,,..., „ ._ dr.. so. Miami. Reform. Rabbi of land, has a total value of over: Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles S750.000. The new Bath Am Sanc | tuary, which is almost completed, j T fM£fcP B T H E L OF H D iLV willaccommodate over 500 in perWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform ..•• %  i Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. | manent seats, and can be expandi-iid.-iy R:ts p.m. fifermon: "l^iokiiiK i Q^ (Q seat 1600 Outwards." Sat'irday 11 a.m. I • A youth program attracts young T ?U p if. BE J H SH,nAH 4 750 !. w people around the Temple for 80C120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi i !" jV Cantor Herman Gotti ial events. Sisterhood, under the Morris Skop. lieb. a %  TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sabbath of Repentance. Sermon: "Return, O Israel." ; Saturday :i a.m. leadership of Mrs. Robert E. New[ man, presents a progra i of ser! \ ice to the Temple, as well as I a social program for Ter-nle memj hers. Beth Am Brotherhood, with Max Raskin as president, is ba charge of a successful Blood Bank program in cooperation R I th Mt. Sinai Hospital. The V.I.P.'s (Very interested I Parents), have as their primary | interest the welfare of th i schools. | Mrs. Max Brown is pr_ uient ot this group. The Young Married CrOQP and I the Senior Friendship Group help i round-out the social and service groups. Other services are a weekday Nursery School, an adit education program, a summer program for children, and family counseling service. The leadership of Temple Beth Am includes Dr. Herbert M. Baumguard. Cantor Carles S. Kodr-er, and executive director Ellis Robbins. President I Joseph Altschuller. By. DR. HERBERT BAUMGARD Temple Beth Am The traditional liturgy for the High Holidays instructs us that on the New Year it is decided •who shall live and who shall die." It is of the essence of Jewish teaching that man has a part in every major decision concerning himself. God does not make this vital decision alone. Modern psychology teaches us that every human being has both the will to live and the will to die. In the mentally ill and depressed person, the will to die may come surging to the fore. In the so-called normal person, the will to live dominates the personality. We feed the will to live by the choices we make concerning the important things in life. A people, too, has both the will to live and the will to die. It might be said that at the New Year the people of Israel decides whether it shall continue to live or wither away. The mentally ill person frequently refuses to eat, to take into himself the things necessary for hisj survival. His illness may manifest itself also in his withdrawal from the world of reality. He may exhibit no interest in expressing himself or in solving the simplest kind of problem necessary for his survival. So a people that is ill does not "eat;" it refuses to take into itself the ideas and the learning necessary to its vitality. The people which does not choose to live will cease to express itself on important issues; it will become a disinterested observer on the periphery of life. American Jewry is clearly suffering from a special kind of aberration. It does not "eat;" its members arc not concerned with learning, with self-preservation. And it does not act with an understanding of what is good for itself. In a very real sense, we Jews shall decide these holidays, if we shall live or if we shall die—as a people. The prayer known as "u-na-san-a-tokef" is not withotu profound meaning for our time. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38? NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Conviser. Friday vir. p.m, Sermon: "Return t>. What.'" Saturday 10:48 a.m. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NVv 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Sabbath of M&y^ Wonderful way to start the year sweet! 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hday, Septe.-r.cer 20, 1963 J l o H #S# ) Ffrr&dli'ftn Idler Attends IJA Conference I.Minir. Attorr.o\ Daniel Ncal %  eller, •-. 0 So. Shore Dr., played [top rtll at the third annual UnitJewiftl) Appeal Young Leader [up coTti'reiice la.^t week in New ork Ci'y. Heller, recently elected national ommancier of the Jewish War leteranr: of the U.S.. was among V 500 ;-oung leaders between 25 40, representing some 75 communities throughout the nation. [Heller s Florida State regional %  airmail of the United Jewish' ppeal Young Leadership Cabi-| bt and chairman of the Speakers j breau of the Greater Miami kwish Federation. |In I9t"\ he was a member of UJA's first Young Leadership Ission 'o Europe and Israel. Page 9-A Temple Judea Dance Slated Temple Judea's annuai Yom | Music will be by Chuck RosenKippur dance will be held on Satberg and his band, and a "Midurday. Sept. 28. 9 p.m.. at the| night Coffee" will be served. Temple. Members of,the hostess commit •ee are Mrs. Joseph Novel, chairman. Mrs. ilebert Gelernter, Mrs. George Bernstein, Mrs. Mdvin Schwartz. Mrs. Marvin Levin. Mrs. Sidney Deutsch, Mrs. Abraham Steio. and. Mrs.-Hy. Lipson MAYOK 4RTMM I. SNVDfl ietfo Torah Congregation Will Hear lo. Miami Beach Mayor Arthur Snyder Mayor Arthur I. Snyder, of llorth Miami Beach, will be feted \y Beth Torah Congregation at a estimoniol dinner in .his honor on Ihe night of Oct. 26 in Beth Torah Social Hall. A member of the congregation for over 10 years. Mayor Snyder das been credited "lor much of •Seth Torab'a phenominal growth." t)n the aoard of directors since 1952. be served as president for |hree terms. Recently elected mayor of North Miami Eeach, Snyder has served a Municipal Judge since 1955, [except Cor a year's absence, and \Cubar Slate Services The I jban Jewish community |<>i Ulan Beach is holding High llloly Day services at the auditor|nim of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. Cantor Sol lHashin is officiating, assisted by %  Cantor S. Fingerman. was the first judge from South Florida to be elected president of the Florida Municipal Judges Assn. In addition to a law degree from Pie University of Miami, graduating first in the class of 1953, Mayor Snyder has a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy from Columbia University, where he also graduat. 1 first in the class. HARD COVER Best Sellers AND Mysteries Excellent Condition Jery Reasonable Call HI 4-4929 HAPPY HOLIDAYS PIANO SALES and SERVICE NEED REPAIRS? CALL 947-0356 2234 N.W. 17th AVENUE New Year Greetings to All U.S. ROYAL TIRES Distributor Blake Tire Co. VAUGHN BLAKE 2007 S.W. 67th AVENUE Ph. 661-4495 V.T" EST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR BUNNY — ANGEL SHOE BAR • Double cushioned Innersoles • Fully cushioned arch support • Soft cashmere groin leathers • Foam Cushioned outer soles • Soft glove leather linings SHOE BAR 1470 HARDING AVE. UN 5-5704 A Happy New Year to All Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Shevin HAPPY HOLIDAYS K > I: (.I I lilt I is REPAIR SHOP GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING — "Sine* 1W2" "OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST" f28 N.W. 2nd AVE. Miami, Fla. Phone PL 7-1155 I <*s\ew L/fear s {-greetings And Best Wishes of the Season To Our Many Friends, Patrons and Employees THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY i



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Page 10-A *Jewist> Her Mian Friday, September 20, 1963 J^at "PARKISG PRIVILEGES For Dinner Guests • 5 to 10 p.m. DORAL BEACH HOTEL 48th and the Ocean hiA Fdnjlfiii—yaur awl BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR mm SEIVED Jtwki-Am*rlt, SUN F 1 siHcr !• ^ >^ mm RESTAURANT m WASHINTO AW.. % *.. •a* m.4. "MMOVf," wm mm r **• Cfcvtaev Awed Ou M it ** mott km PAMUM* MCluriH T H I L I N %  • • •v.... 4 fa tiM-.M. -, *\ ... JI VIM* *afat .*_.... ROYAL HUNGARIANS*, Now Booking for Your Fall Functions • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • ALL SOCIAL AFFAIRS Please Call it 8-5401 Continental -n Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant — Quality Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 Larry Visakowitz Douglas Pilier Women's Group Opens Season Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold its first monthly meeting of the 1963-64 season with its new slate of officers on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Auxiliary president, will extend greetings to members and friends, and call on each chairman for a report of the past year's progress. A special tribute will be paid to the late Sadie Krigel, founder of the Auxiliary's birthday club, whose birthday was in September. Mrs. Joseph Meyer is chairman of the club. For Sidney Appel Medical Fund New Year books, Mrs. Nathan Katz is accumulating many attractive gifts to be awarded at the October meeting. Mrs. Ida Roller Marks will present a musical program, with Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. *2nrn ruin n i from Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss and Family SAND-ELL STRICTLY KOSHER CATERERS Of The LOMBARDY HOTEL 6305 COLLINS AVE., MB. A 21st off Collins Ave. Y Miami Beach _-^=g^T &f i STEAKS RIBS "AST BEEF Varied Menu from Ccnplintrnlo'y CAIIAB IAIA0 BANQUET FACILITIES OPfrV AH rfAft SI 80523 u Visit the fabulous STARLIGHT ROOF America's Smartest Supper Club for Superb Dining and Delightful Dancing to MAL MALKIN His Piano and His Orchestra COMPLETE DINNERS from s 5.50 Visit the Starliftht Roof for a npcctaci. : ar new of the Gold Coast JSML BEACH HOTEL. On tht Ocean at 48th St. RESERVATIONS: Btnni JK 2-3600 mppr NIW rfAt ntom SHANOOCV'S % i THE HOME OF CHINESE SMORGASBORD Adults $2.69 — Children $1.49 "Cantonese for the Connoisseur" An unsurpassed cuisine served in u elegdnl atmosphere VISIT FLORIDA'S MOST INTIMATE BAR • H0I-T0TS HIDEAWAY Luncheon and Cocktails from 11:30 a.m. 16251 W. Dixie Highway Telephone 947-4536 763rd St., I Block West of Biscoyne Blvd., in No. Miami Beach Best Wishes to All tor a Very Happy New Year Victor Bidone's A. ^C^nenU 1045 95th St. ^ Where Elegance -V "arbor island %  %  %  ^ % % %  1 fftSi We Will Open for the Season Nov. 27th KING ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co-Owner f J


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[Friday, September 20, 1963 .k*i*i>nrririfrir 'Ice Cream Social' Daronr Group of Junior HadasIsah is sponsOfim an "Ice Cream IsociaJ,".' :or girls from 16 to 22 |CP Sunday, 3 p.m.. at the home lot MiM M.vrna Levy. 4040 SW 5th 1st. Mis Sandy Schaps and Miss Ijlyrna U • >' are information chair I men. NOW This is the big one you've been .'•citing forlThe Sale-OfThe-Year on Falcons, Fairlanes Super-Torque Fords. (Ford ~-ucks, and creampuff used cars, too 1 ) Total Performarce cars of proved durabili:.'. Hurry now —to your neighborhood Ford dealer's ART HACKS AUSTIN FORD, INC. 3801 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 5-0311 intes from Anv Point 'n Dade County. Science Group Forming Here Greater Miami Chapter of Orthy, odox Scientists will hold its orj ; ganizational meeting on Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the Hebrew Acadi cmy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Convened by Rabbi Tibor & Stern, who returned recently from! a national AOJC convention, mem-' uership in the chapter will be! open only to professionals of the' academic and scientific world. The local group will stress con-' sultation and lectures on matters of Jewish law related to the practical sciences, which will then be, relayed to the national office. Zamora Ladies Hold Social I Over 80 members of Temple Zamora Sisterhood attended the' 7rnember-b>|ig-a-member" 'social! 1 on Wednesday. Twenty-one new members joined the group. Rabbi Hershel Brooks welcomed! guests at the meeting, which was the first of the new season, and 1 Mrs. Michael Fiedler. -Judaism in the Home" chairman, gave a talk on the High Holidays. "A Sisterhood Praise of Torah,'' j Playlet written by Mrs. Jerome Lieberman. was performed. Par-I ticipanta were Meadamea Sidney J. Lucker. Sam Hirsch, Nathan! Goldy. Sam Miller. Hershel Brocks. Irving Simons, Lillian j Katz. Nathan Kussner and Sam Brown. Page 11-A Dr. Pushkin Appointed Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, 1353 Coral Way, has been rcappointed to the committee on vocational guidance of the American Optometnc Assn. Representing 12,500 professional practitioners throughout the United States, the Association's headquarters are located in St. Louis, with offices in Washington, DC, and New York City. Teen-Age Hop At Westbrooke A semi-formal "teen-age hop" has been scheduled for Friday evening. Oct. 5, in the Golden Key Room at Westbrooke Country Club. Charles Rubin, Candy Logue and Jay Sporaga are members of the committee planning the teen dance for club members and guests. Starting Friday, Oct. 5, the Policeman's Benevolent Association will stage weekly dances in the Grand Ballroom of the club Panel to Appear Here on Friday LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE '•DepressionLonejines,!^-, F.rusCOUNT Y „ F o L N 0 R i D 4 A ^ CHANCERY tration," will be discussed by a 817ZANNE LANDI and CARLrfi panel at the People Speak, South; A> JV! 1 11 i f^ Florida's Town Hall Forum, on 1 n. Friday 8 p.m in the Washington £Sn&KuWhl. • Federal Auditorium. 1234 WashDefendants. Iivton Ave NOTICE BY PUBLICATION fl. .„ _. To: ROBERT R. BROWN and MONDiscussants will be Dr. Charles SERRATE BROWN, his wire. B. Mutter, psychiatrist; Helen Al"'""" r.-n. ,,,•.. u.i.iress h. ln ..' %  known to the Plaintiff* after due pert, author and retirement adand diligent search and Inquiry: visor columnist; Dr. R. M. ApJp^ARlSHERKBY NOTIFIED that _, ., r I mm hnx In .n hrmmlii nKninst yon in plcbaum, vice president of | in.rirculi Court in and for Dad "Friendly Neighbors;" Mrs. Beth Miller, chief psychiatric social County, Florida, in Chancery, us above entitled t" foreclose an Agreement i "i iK-.'d on thf following denworker, Jackson Memorial Insti•' r, 1 l Ml i"''i';v. m-wit: .... —' — i.oi i. iii Block .", or i-iNKwooi) lute; Chaim Rose, moderator. PARK EXTENSION, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Hook .11. Page l, nt th.Culill. Records ..r Dade County, Florida. And you are required to serve a Religious School Session Sunday TNT group of the Beth Torah Harold Wolk Religious School will hold its second session of the new school year Sunday morning, s a.m., under the direction of Irving Kuttler and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. The group, which includes boys and girls who are becoming, or have been Bar and Bas Mitzvah, participates in a service and breakfast each Sunday morning from 9 to 10:30 a.m. O. 63C 9918 IMiliA RI8BNBSRG GX'ERRIERO, Plaintiff, vs. IEOROE (1IANDE OCERRIERI I, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: (IEOROE fllANoE Ol'ERRIERO W s.ll.y Street Lynn, Mass. Yon are hereby notified thai %  Bill of CompMnl for Divorce ha a been filed against you ( and you are required in nerve n copy or your Answer or Pleading to the I'.ill of Complaint • HI the plaintiff's Attorney, SHIKI.KY WOt U.K. RSi Arthur Uodfrey Road, or pleading in the oftlee of the Clerk of tin' Circuit Court before the Slat day or October, IMS, If you fail to do no. jurlirment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four (ii conaecutlve weeks in The Jewlah Plorldlun. DONE AND ORDERED :u Miami. Florida, this null day of September, 1961 E. I! l.EATIIKli.M AN Clerk of the Circuit > "oui t i lade County, Florida (seal) By: C. P, Cl IPEI.AND Deputy Clerk Miami Beach, Florida and file the nn-rcn jvn Wi v o?Se m, of^r,r'i•£. wa ass %  ^Wastta October. 1963. If you tall to do so. M,aml 3 !" ll 1 1 .,. Judgment by default will be taken "'-"•-' %  islX against vou for the relief demanded IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT m Hi. inn of Complaint. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. This notice shall be publiihed once FLORIDA IN PROBATE each week for four consecutive weeks No. 60640 C in Tin-: JEWISH n.-ii;ii>i.\.\. IN RE: Estate of Oil t u a r i e s DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this n;th day of September. A.D. 1966. i: It. I.EATIIER.MAN. Clerk, i in nit Court, Dade County, Mori.la (seal) Bj : C. I'. COPBLAND Deputs Clerk SHIRLEY WOOLP Attorney for Plaintiff i. n-S7, in i-ii HOL2BERG. Aaron, 65, of IS Alhainbra Clr. died Kent. 13. Services In Cincinnati. KlvereUU ISAACSON. Sadie, •:;. of S911 XIV 19th Ae., died Kept. II. Qordon, HOPEIK. MrHelen, ".".. of JpRJ SW 13th St.. .• i.-; ..! 3S01 I folllns Vve Riverside. COHEN. Mis. Vetta Ethel 10, of Cl XERSnd Si Services in I si Hills i:i\. i sii. FORTGANG. Mrs Cella, 72, of 3430 X\V 79th SI Services III New 1'ork Rlvi rslile. KESDEN. I...i.fa Nan. '., of 6101 SW 13th Ter., die I Sepl IS (imilon. FALZARANO. .Mis Elsie, 76 ..I 1679 XE IGMh SI. Sen ..s in Cleveland. liiv. :• Idi COLDBERG. Mrs bin, 67, of U7I XE IT ll ll St. ItiVi l -i.|. HAYES. Mrs i. HI s. .;:. of 139S NW ::i-t St. IUUHIR rg DAN ELS. i"art s. Si-rvlcer In Xe v.. k Cltj Rl ersidi GREENBURG. Irving, 65, of I7HI SW ••tin I'I Itlverslde. NACHBY, Meyer, TS, of lo'.l Collins Ave. Services in Sew York. Riverside. ROSEN. .Mrs. Gertrude, 67, ••! 9530 s\v l.'.th si., died Sept. ll Riverside. AARONSON, Isodore, 75, of 1330 Pennsylvania Ave. Services in New York. Riverside. LERNER. Jacob, B0, of i".i NE SSnd st Riverside. NEWMAN. William. M. ..t 151 XE "iJnil St. Riverside. ESSES. Albert. •"..".. of I6S63 NE 'tli %  J'l ili,-.l Sept. 10 Riv< rside. C.RUEN. Michael, 43, ol 13 XE l7Snl St., died Sept. :'. Rli ersidi JACOBOWIT2. Isa.i 70, of 1360 Drexel Ave., died Sept. 9. Riverside, LEVINE, David A„ 64, of S747 SW 13th St. Gordon. KAPLAN. Sim,in. 77. of 7:'ll [lyron Ave. Services in Iii kllne, Mi>ss. Riverside. BONDY. Alexander, 7:.. ..t RSO Meridian Ave., died Sept. 11. Rlvci-sldi SiRKS. Ethel, 69, HI 1809 Meridian Ave. Riverside. SPiEGELMAN. Samuel, 71, of 1531 I Texel Ave. Rivei sld< WEIL, Klegfred P., so, of ISSfl Mar-ill. Dr., died Sept. ll. Riverside. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60717.B IN RE: Estate of MOI.LIE STEIN Dei-eased. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Credltom and All Persons Having claims or Demanda Againal Said Estate: Yon an hereby notified and r, quired In present nnj claims and demands which you ma\ have agulnsl tinestate ..I Mi il.l.li: STEIN di ci i %  .1 lali ..f Dade Count}. KIoi Ida I., the Count) Judges of Dade County, .!nil iiithe same III duplicate and as linn ided in Sec 11, in 733 16. Worlds Bin i Ii -. in their offli • s in the <"..imn i "mil'in.ns, in |>ndc County, Florida, within si\ i-alendar months from th. t. i the first publication h, i, of. ,.tthe sun., will lie Inn re I. Dated at Miami, Florida, this nth da> ,.i Septembel A.D. 196 I Rl'TH RAUL.ET As Administratrix ii. st publication of this not I, n Hi,:'"ih .lav .,t" September, 196 1 IlKAIIAM ll SHl'KAT Attorney for Administratrix ::"..". Lincoln Road Miami I teach, 1loi Ida : %  S0-S7, in i-l l ill AKI ES GINSBERG H .,-1 -I NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor> and All Persons Having Claims in Demands Against Said Estate: Vou are herebj notified and required to present anj claims and 1 AS 1 lltril ri;s • RHYTHM A SIIXGS OF ISRAEL • DAVID KUSEYITSKY'S GEMS OF THE SYNAGOGUE • SISM\l 0\4. 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F = Page 12-A •Kjewist norictfor, Friday, September 20, 1953 Memorial Services at Cemeteries Sunday Memorial services honoring the departed will be held in cemeteries throughout the Greater Miami area en Sunday. The services are traditionally held during cemetery visitations between Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. Mt. Neb Cemetery Special memorial services will be held at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, 5505 NW 3rd St., on Sunday, Sept. 22. At 10:30 a.m., Rabbi David Ros-1 enfeld will officiate for members 1 ot his congregation, Flagler-Granada. Rabbi Samuel April, of Temple Or Olom, will conduct the service at 11 a.m. For members of Temple Emanu£1, Miami Beach, services will be held at Mt. Nebo at 11:30 a.m., with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will olficiate at noon for members of Beth David Congregation. Also scheduled are the following ser vices: Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, 12:30 p.m.; Temple Judea, Rabbi Mordecai Podet, 1 p.m.; Temple Israel of Greater Miami, Dr. Joseph R. Narot. 2 p.m.; and Congregation Beth Kodesh. Rabbi Max Shapiro. 3 p.m. The entire community is invited 10 attend the special traditional memorial services. % %  • Lakeside Memorial Park Lakeside Memorial Park. NW 25th St. and 103rd Ave., will hold special memorial services Sunday, Sept. 22. The services will mark the traditional High Holy Day season cemetery visitation. At 11 a.m., Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, of Temple Ner Tamid. will ofticiate. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. spiritual leader of Southwest Jewish Center, will conduct the service at 1 p.m At 1:30 p.m., services will be conducted by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Menorah. • # Star of David Special services will be held ;it Star of David Memorial Park. 5900 SW 77th Ave.. Sept. 22 Rabbi Murray A. Alstel will be present in the park to hold indivi dual memorial services for mourners. The following congregations are also scheduling special services: Temple Judea. Rabbi Mordecai Podel officiating, 10 a.m.; Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, 10:30 a.m.; Temple Beth Shirah, Rabbi Morris Skop. 1 p.m.; and Temple B'nai Sholom. Rabbi Samuel, Machtei. 2 p.m. Woodlawn Park Mt. Sinai Cemetery Community memorial services will be offered by the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Asso-; tiation at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery and Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-j tery on Sunday. Sept. 22. Services at Woodlawn. 3200 SW 8th St.. will be at 11 am Ofliciatiug will be Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Beth David Synagogue; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth El Congregation; and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Beth Emeth Yehudah Moshe. Cantor William Lipson. of Beth David, will render the musical portions of the liturgy. At Mt. Sinai. 1125 NW 137th St.. 2 p.m. services will be conducted by Rabbi Schiff. Rabbi Max Shapiro, and Rabbi Tibor II. Stern, ol Beth Jacob Congregation, fan to* Maurice Mamches, f Beth Jacob, will render the musical por tions of the liturgy Hyman Chabner, president, and llyman P. Galbut. vice president, co-chairmen of the memorial Services Committee, said th;it seats and tent will be set up. with praj crbooks also made available for worshippers. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BERNARD LITMAN & ASSOCIATES 111 N.E. First St., Miami Ph. FR 7-2761 GENERAL AGENT Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company Springfield 1, Massachusetts • Organized 1851 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR HIALEAH PAPER BOX, INC. • SHOE BOXES 1091 East 52nd Street Hialeah, Fla. Phone MU 1-7481 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALL DIESEL SERVICE • "DIESEL ENGINE OVERHAUL" • 581 West 27th Street Ph. 888-2393 Hialeah



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popularity of Florida's scape extends all the way New York to sometimes petitive California Paint just sent off by Reyna german to the Museum prim Editioai of N.Y.C., which oat bought the right* to her for reproductions, were |y of our State's beautiful natural scenery Same choice was made recently by a West Coasl Gallery ... On a recent trip north, the talented artist hung two of her paintings in the Lincoln Center home of the Charles Rudolfs, formerly of Bay !..: bor %  • • \: I more on aesthetes, wilh Dr. .nil Mrs Arturo di Filippi n J by ISABEL GROVE home from a long vacation, can "Lakme." bv Delibes in Janthe opera season be far behind? nary and Donizetti's "L'Elisir Flew all over the country d'Amore" to be presented in Visiting friends in New York. February. Denver and the West Coast, in• • eluding San Francisco Now it will be the very end of Octothey're concentrating on the ber betore Harriet and Jules Opera Guild'! presentation of Stark return to their home on Jewish Floridian Fiorida. Friday. September 20, 1963 Section B v,h's r.' the Executive Board of the LebeRachel Parness, and Tillie Fraydman. Standdikei Branch plan the Oct. 5 special evening ing fleft to right) are Mesdames Sarah Talm behalf of Histadrut. Seated (left to right) are madge, Bertha Forer, Jean Ricklin, Cele MiroMesdumes Ida Goldstein, Ray Malin, Bella wits, Sarah Babier, and Frieda Sack. lEisenbaum. Sylvia Zuckerman. Tania Shapiro, .ebediker Unit to Fete Histadrut liker Branch of the Labor lionist Organization will hold a biii.il evening in behalf of Histaliiii on Saturday evening, Oct. I. at the Fontaincbleau h..el. Gucsl speaker will be Rabbi eon Kronish, spiritual leader of %  empie Beth Sholom, according to 11 Z Stadlan. president of the rael Histadrut Committee of irentcr Miami. Lebediker Branch is currentlysponsoring a room in the Medical Center at Beershcba. now under constniction in Israel. Histadrut I Committee of Greater Miami has ; pledged some 1200,000 toward the j erection of the center Special committee appointed to spearhead the Lebediker Branch i (rive are Mr. and Mrs. Ely Malin. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Goldstein. Mr and Mrs Oscar Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Parness, and Jacob Fraydman. The Oct. 5 event will include special greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Filosoff, who have just returned from a trip to Israel. Filosoff will report on the progress to date at the Bccrsheba Medical Center construction site. Miami Beach Boarded the SS Queen Frederica on the 11th for a cruise to Italy Arriving in Rome, they'll motor, on their own, for a second and longer look at the many charming towns of which limited time on last year's jaunt permitted only brief glimpses Won't snub newplaces, either Here to wish them bon voyage before they left were Harriet's daughter and son-in-law, Pat and Van Bloch, down from Tampa where Van, a physicist, is a professor at the new University of South Florida With them they brought Vanessa, a 2-month-old bundle of cuteness ... In New York, which was the first stop for the Starks. they were met by Harriet's son, Bob Gross, and his Phyllis. e Another in the round of entertaining for Goldye (Mrs. Meyer) Shubb, of Sioux City, la., was the dinnel party last Tuesday night at the home of Yvettc (Mrs. Mickey) Kraus The Shubbs, members of "The Royal Order of the Sneeze," official hay fever organization, are at the Eden Roc for the group's an nual pollen-free vacation Twenty-first year that the Sneezer! have made Miami Beach their haven from the Augusl-toSeptember plague "i ragweed, which causes so much discomfort in other localities Others who feted Goldye during her •'.!.'. here are Mrs Al l Ruth i Bernard and Mrs. Ardelle Levitt, who "knew her when" they, too, were rc-iclents of Sioux City More recent friends hosting teas and luncheons for Goldye ciuring the summer were Mrs. Frances Linn and Adrea (Mrs. Harold) Soglovitz who, along with Yvette, met the Shubbs in the spring when they were shipboard companions on a long SS Coronia cruise. Juliet and Dr. Hyman Lieber, touring Israel, write "we can't help but admire the spirit and vitality of the Israelis" ... A resident of Phoenix. Ariz.. Juliet is a former Miamian. and before going abroad, the Liebers spent several weeks here renewing acquaintance with many longtime friends An invitation by proxy from Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal Though she's presently touring the Scandinavian countries, she'll be back in time to greet those whom she has asked to join her at a "thank you" tea on Oct. I at the Algiers Hotel Inez has planned the Command Perform ar.ee Dessert Luncheon "for you who have done an outstanding job for CJA this year.'" Harvey Pleischman, the Wometco exec, is recuperating at home following recent surgery Islanders Chapter Members Pledge Scholarship Support During the first regular meet ing of the Islander's Chapter of Women's American ORT held recently at the Roney Plaza Hotel, 14 members of the group pledged] to support an ORT student for B year. Mrs. Ben Israel will support : three students, and Mrs. Jack Troy two students in honor of their grandchildren. Other pledgees! I are Mrs. William Carduna. Mrs. I Samuel Garfunkel, Mrs. Aaron | Green. Mrs. Julius Greenhouse, I Mrs. Joseph Kanter, Mrs. Florj ence Kupperman. Mrs. Joseph Lipsky, Mrs. Martin Lodge, Mrs. Harold Solomon. Mrs. Isidore i Sandberg, Mrs. George Steam and Mrs. Milton Travers. The meeting was chaired by. membership vice president, Mrs. Jack Kanter. in the absence of president. Mrs. Abbe Lane. Mrs. ; George Stern, program chairman, was in charge of the afternoon Fundgiven by the pledgees will be used to pro ide rudimen li'iy essentials to ORT students (or food, clothing and shelter. New Season Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband will hold its first meeting of the season next Wednesday evening at the Cultural Center. 842 Washington Ave. Max Astor, president, said that the meeting will hear a report by Mrs. Miriam Halperin. vice president, on her recent trip to Israel. Bernard Furman, cultural chair man of the branch, will instroduce the speaker. Program will also include installation of new members, and a social hour will follow



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Page 2-B + lewi*tirhriJi*>r Mt. Sinai Auxiliary Views the Future Friday, September By MRS. LEONARD WIEN President, Ml. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary AS president of Mount Sinai Hos** pital's Women's Auxiliary, I am proud to serve as the leader of this organization which gives of itself to our community and its many visitors. According to principles set down by the American Hospital Association, there are three basic reasons for the very existence of any hospital auxiliary: in-hospital volunteer service, fund-raising and public relations. The Women"s Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital, since its inception in 1949, has lived up to these three principles in the performance of all of its activities. Our organization boasts a membership of over 2,300, of whom over 500 give in-hospital volunteer service. Last year alone the impressive total of 84.276 hours Of service were performed in almost all areas of the hospital. This serMRS. KONARD WlfN greets and assists new patients r;,zy an ^ fro ,?, high i y r/? --*-a-z K service in the SnL Bar and Gift J^ SSSSSJtt Z Male Volunteer Corps. These National Award gentlemen work alongside the ladies in the performance of a I am pleased to report that variety of volunteer duties, during 1962, one of our new ser-l As important as in-service vol. vices received a national honor-j unteer duties, our Auxiliary recable mention award—the Admitognlzes also that good musing is ting Registration Desk — whic h I a vital part of any hospitals pro 1.000 Students Mark Holiday More than 1.000 students are participating in teen-age, elementary and primary' High Holy Day services to be conducted by Beth Torah Congregation on Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. Through the cooperation of Wometco Enterprises, services for' the teen-agers of North Dade area are to be held on Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to noon, at Wometcos 163rd St. Theatre, under the direction of Alexander Andron, member of the congregation's faculty. With 700 young people conduct-' ing and participating in the observances, ushers will be provided by the Synagogue Youth Committee, with Ray Bookman, chairman. Sidney Rudnick and Al Au genstein in charge. Guest speakers include Mayor Arthur Snyder. of North Miami Beach, and Joseph Schmier. presi-l e'ent of the congregation. Some 400 Hebrew School students will conduct services in the school's Youth Auditorium from] ; 10:30 to 1 p.m.. led by Mark Had] dad and Richard Kagan. student rabbis, under the direction of! Abraham J. Gittelson. education director, and school faculty members. A special service has been arranged for first grade Hebrew School students led by instructors. Mrs. Morris Levin. Mrs. Dorothy Gruen and Mrs. Jack Diamond, in Room 202 of the school building .'rom 10:30 to 1 p.m. A unique service, u'earcd to members of the Alef Congregation, 5-to-8 year-olds, will nice; tin der the direction of Miss Beatrice Levin and members of the Sunday School faculty lrom 11 to ] p.m., in Room 101. gress. When Mount Sinai's School, oi Practical Nursing was founded in 1951. the Women's Auxiliary undertook the financial responsibility for this project, and todaj proceeds from the Gift Shop and the Snack Bar. manned by our volunters, go toward the upkeep ol our excellent School of Practical Nursing. Understanding the Needs Another fund-raising project close to the hearts of the membership Of our Auxiliary is our Remembrance Fund. Monies lrom this fund are channeled to the hospital's Social Service Department, which provides extra services for those who not only need them, but in all probability could not function well without them. These Remebrance Fund contributions provide taxi fare for an out-patient too ill or crippled to take a bus to one of our 28 clinics. and often-times provide an artilicial limb or a layette for a newborn. In order to be good public relations agents for the hospital, one must truly understand its needs, its problems and its goals. The membership of Mount Sinai Hospital's Women's Auxiliary prides itself on this knowledge, Not only must new members take a tour ol cur hospital, but they must also abide by the rules and regulations which are set down to provide service and funds, as well as to educate them with the true understanding necessary to accomplish these goals. As a result, members ot our Auxiliary glow with pride at our' newborns and feel the tragedy ol human suffering. We, along with the rest ol Mount Sinai Hospital's family, are pleased when funds arc available for the purchase oi new technological equipment, and v. hen the dreams ol expansion Income realities. Yes, we are an integral part of the growing hos pltal family, giving service to all who come to our doors, regard less of race, creed, color oi the ability to pi j New Year Greetings to All My Friends Henry A. Kamp Hol'day Greetings to the Jewish Community North Miami Police Benevolent Association, Inc. SERGEANT SAM R. FUIF0RD President HOLIDAY GREETINGS 4 O.XrOIIII 4 AFETKKIA 1921 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH JE 4 4889 GENERAL AIRMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO. urt r/Mf Aluminum CHURCH TYPE BULLETIN BOARDS INDOOR and OUTDOOR ISS West 22nd SRTEET HI ALE AH TK 1-1411 GREETINGS State Farm Insurance Auto. Life, Fire, Homeowner CHARLES H. BRINKMAN 7022 S.W. 87th AVENUE Ph. MO 6-3632 Upholding Principles The role "i our Auxiliar> complex one. Founded on the principles ol service to hun I am pleased to report to you I we have upheld the-e principles during this last year and look for ward to ;i new year ol accomplish ment and greater success jm extends sincere wishes for a



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Friday, September 20, 1963 ipwfcli FtwidBkun Page 3-B ORT's Program Here for Self-Reliance By MRS. LOUIS BARON. President, Florid* Southeast Region of ORT "IF you save a life, you save a %  generation. If you save a generation you save a whole people." Dr. William Habcr, president of World ORT Union, and dean of economic* at the University of Michigan, used this phrase to sup up the work of ORT. Women's American ORT's object is fully to understand the precarious life of our fellow Jews all over the world who are continually harassed by oppression, persecution and discrimination. This kind of tyranny, then as now, prompted the founders of ORT in !880 to evolve a program devoted lc training and to economic reconstruction of Jewish life throughi ui the world. A member of tbe non-Governmental Organization of the United Nations. ORT has our government in the 1)1* Camps ..iojjoving World War U. the United States Escapee program for posed great problems. ORT found Bay. Biscayne, Coral Gables. Holit imperative to expand its prolywood, Islanders, Greater Miami, gram considerably and suddenly. Creynolds Park, Miami Beach New schools were opened immeAfternoon, North Dade, North d.ately in Paris. Lyons. MarMiami, South Miami, and South1 seilles, Toulouse, Strasbourg, and west—we were able to achieve all Montrcuil. our national quotas. In Israel, the acute shortage of ORT Thrift Shop Refugees, the Agency of Internals. tOUrS BARON Cuban lews Need Calendars and Schochet Now MEXICO CITY —(JTA)—Cuba's et hooks and Bibles on hand, but Jews are in need of Hebrew calat least 300 Hebrew calendars endars and would like to have a were needed by the community rabbi and a ritual slaughterer for year 5724. [schochet), according to a request eceived here this week from Havana by Rabbi Abraham M. ilershberg. president of the Rabhis of Central America and Caribbean Area. The letter, signed T>y Aaron C.eitzholtz and Aznel Weic, presi-j dent and secretary of the Havana Jewish Community, stated that ihere were suffic ent Hebrew prayTifereth Israel Donee The community has long entertaired hepes that a rabbi and ritual slaughterer might come here, the letter stated. At present, marriages in accordance with Jewish ritual are being consecrated by the "old schochet," the leaders reporter. It was learned at the same time that a new organization uniting all of Havana's remaining Jewish religious and cultural organizations has just been formed. killed workers and technicians tional Development (AID', and continues to grow. In June 1963 One of our greatest assets is just recently was invited to atWomen's American ORT had fulour Thritt Shop at 6103 NW 7th tend the Peace Corps conference '>' completed its obligation for the Ave. This thriving business not in Puerto Rico financing of the construction of only supports the Deaf Mute the Aaron Synagalowski Center in! School in Casablanca but provides Immigration Flash Flood Tel Aviv. in our community an outlet for Traditional centers of Jewish The Southeastern Florida Re-' good values in used clothing and settlements both in Eatsern %  %  "" 2,000 members in Dadj bric-a-brac. Europe and North Africa are ano Breward County, is one of| The next two months will be shattering under the impact of *• 31 regions consisting of 421 busy and exciting for our region, powerlul events. From all indicachapter, in the United States. 0 n Oct. 2, we are having our antions the tide of Jewish refugees! Among our many activities of nual membership luncheon at tne will continue to flow in the forethe past year was playing host to Deauville. At this time, we will sceable future. ORT's program women from all over the United be honored to have as our guest has a apted its locale and work Slates at the national board conthe executive director of Women s to the shifting pattern of our ference at the Fontainebleau. The American ORT, Na han Gould, people. In the past year. France Abbe Lane luncheon was also an On Oct. 14 to 18, delegates lrom and Israel were the two hardest outstanding event, with Mr. and all our chapters will attend ne hit countries. The flash Hood of Mrs. Xavier Cugat receiving our 17th b e nial Hil 7 o n n ven V2,eoUtSv l, rs t -Jennie Artist Award namNew York Hilton, lmmeoiaieiy 120.000 Algerian Jews to France ^ af(er ouf sporiSor Mrs Jennie upon return, work will be cornin the matter of a few months c-rossinger. After hearing conpleted for National ORT Sabstantly about ORT from the wornbath. en. 15 men have started a Men's [| i s t 0 this program that we, ORT Federation Chapter, the first )nt members of Women's Amen in Florida. Today, the group has can 0 rs;nization for Rehabilitate members and is headed by ti()n trough Training, recognizing The address of Hie new organiDaniel Neal Heller. The forma( (|r ob ugation as citizens of the zatiori was given as PradO, 260. lion of our long-desired Miami wor y s greatest democracy, and Havana The Jewish population Business and Prolessional group bcing a part of the most privilege ol Cuba is now estimated at aphas become a reality. Together vl \ Jewish community in the nroximately 3.50O. with our other twelve charters— world, dedicate ourselves. Tifereth Israel is sponsoring a Yom Kippur dance on Saturday l Jacobo Adato was chosen presinight, Sept. 28, 8:30 p.m., in the dent of the new organization, and 'ociai hall. Azriel Weic, secretary. sparkling cut crystal imported from portngal! 99 each Collect them in sets ... ice teas, goblets, champagnes, wines and double cocktail sizes. Deep cut crystal "Jean" stemware to spark your own parties and please friends at gift times. GLASSWARE, fourth floor, miami, FR 4-7251 third floor, fort lauderdale, LO 6-9601 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD. PARK FREE!



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Page 4-B knist nnriciicin Friday, September 20, %  ??, WOMAN OF THE WEEK Something exciting is always happening in the Charles Gottlieb house. Right now Bernice and the three children, Jay, Laurie and Joan, are thrilled and pleased about their father's new project, the founding of Jackson Manor Nursing Home. Bernice was born in Wilkes Barre, Pr. Starting at the age of six, she became an inveterate camper, ending up as a counselor and swimming instructor. She went to Ithaca College in New York because of its good Drama Department, became an ,education major, and did her required pracice teaching. After college, Bernice was eatured on a woman's radio program in rfanticoke, Pa., also writing the commercials, t was at this time she met Charles on a ilind date. They were married at the end )f three months, and after that, she only istened to the radio. Since Bernice's specialty was speech theripy, when she began to do organization work •he started teaching cerebral palsy children. \l the time CD headquarters was a small store on 8th Ave. in Miami. She was active n Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Jew>h Family and Children's Service, Menorah Group of lladassah, Brandeis University National Women's Committee. Israel Bonds, and PTA among others. Last year, she went back ibstitute teaching in any grade irom elementary to junior high. B mice sees that sin's never too tired to enjoy doing things with her children. Wonder of wonders, she enjoys car pool, the bugaboo of mothers, The children enjoy sports as much as she does, and they swim and play tennis together, Bernice can give them pointers] she played tournament ten:. is. Everj once in a while, he slips ai ly and goes hors-.-back-riding by herself. Charles had %  her a horse, but the troi ble in keeping it far outweighe h .. ig a "Mr Ed own, one never-to-be-forgotten familj project was p for the fivi of them in a Volkswagi .11 the ad < harles I a kick out ot traveling. For years, Ber1 baj : D Stl Spanish, They went lii San Juan so she could ill her Spanish, She still doesn't know whether she was underbecause of her Spanish or because she could speak English, i i the highlights Oi their travels was a trip to Russia and Israel. i i nexi on the list, sir.ee they have never been there. The m at home is nothing to brag about; the Gottliebs talk about ten, but do little more than talk. Bernice has promised herself one top talking and start gardenii Ii >ou have ever met charming Bernice. you remember her. Double Ring Rites for the Feders In Vows Here Double ring candlelight ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 14. united the former Miss Jayne Susan Pomerance and Larry II. Feeler. Rabbi Max Lipschilz officiated at he evening nuptials held in the home of the bridegroom's mother. Mrs. Sam Schell, 2410 N. Shore Ter., where a reception and formal dinner followed. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Edmund R. Snyder. 1785 Calais Dr. For the wedding, she selected a street-length gown of imported alencon lace and silk organza fashioned with long torso, high neckline, sleeves-to-wnstpoint, and bodice reembroidered with sequins and pearls. The four-tierred French illusion veil was held by a crown of lace and pearls, and she carried white orchids, stephanotis, and lily-ofthe-valley on a Bible. Honor matrons were Mrs. Stanley Friedman and Mrs. Ronald Friedman. The bridegroom's brother. Fred Feder, served as his best man. %  %  Ardmore M. uum not* BERHICt The newlywecis are both graduates of Miami Beach High. The bride will attend the Universitj oi Miami, where her husband hail been a student, On their return from a hone) moon in Jamaica ai the young couple will mi ke th ii home in Noi th Baj V II; Miss Rosenberg Engaged Here Engagement of Marlene Rosenberg and Martin D. Zuckerman is being announced by the future bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Gerald H Rosenberg, fui 89th St. The prospective bridegroom is the sun of Mr. and Mrs. .lack Zuckerman. of Belle Harbor, NY \iiu in his las) year at Michigan State University, Mr Zuckerman ia membi r 11 Alpha Epsilon Pi I m e be i r Beach Man Weds Miss Ruth Talamo Ruth Clara Talamo and L r L. Green were married Sir Sept. 15. in Worcester. Mas Daughter of Mr. and Mrs bee Winthrop Talamo, of cester, Ihe bride is an alumi the Bancroft School, in W( ter. and a graduate of Rai College. She was a Doctors. ;. didate in sociology at Bostor i|. versity as a National D. Education Act Fellow. The bridegroom is the s of Mr. and Mrs. David Mo of Miami Beach. He is a i. uate of the Wharton School a he University of Pennsylvania, v re he was a member of the Mask and Wig Society and preside/ of Sigma Alpha Mu. He did graduate work in ,,. neering at the University ot ida, and is a first lieutena n the Air Force presently on ;, \j of duty in Japan. After a honeymoon in San Fr.ncisco. the couple will li\ n Japan. 5 Meeting at Dade Height First Cub pack committee iing at Dade Heights Jewish G gat ion is scheduled for Thin Sent. 26. at 8 p.m. Parei eligible boys are invited to a" \ Yom Kippur Night Dam b( held at the Temple on S day, Sept. 28. ty, Her grandparents i lanuel i.> ANNOUNCING Our New Fall and Winter Selection of the Most Beautiful Yarns from All Over The World. SILKS. STRAWS, MOHAIR anil LINENS For Your Knitting Pleasure FALL SPECIAL! WHILE IT LASTS BOTANY 40Z KNITTING WORSTED REG. NOW •1" •1.29 The 'f'HE UNION OF ORTH0: OF AMERICA: | • ties, including H Hi inz Soups (Veg. ith Rice, Cream • : i, Cream of Celery), H Torri my others. 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FncWy, September 20, 1963 lr IMI #"f i Flmriiriiriin Page 5-B Hebrew High Opens Branches ladelphia's favorite daughter, Princess Grace of Monaco. former actress Grace Kelly, returned to her hometown reir.-jtly to officiate at the opening of the annual Philadelphia T.: vel and Vacation Show. Ettie Housman, hostess in the El A. Israel Airlines booth, shows cutaway model of El Al 707 r to interested Princess Grace, who made a special visit to • booth accompanied by Prince Ranier (right) and her brother, John B. Kelly (center), who was president of this year's osition. Pioneer Women Plan Meetings by I.I • Sirtar of h h %  % %  • %  •vkoth celebration will be held Eebe Idelson Chapter of PioWomen on Oct. 3 at 1 p.m. i> Washington Federal Audi%  n 1133 Normandic Dr. 5, Dora Offenhenden, presiwill discuss the significance e holiday. Refreshments will erved by Mrs Harry Sachs in ; of the birth oi her greatIchild. Golda Meir Ch'h will hold its fust regular meeting on Tuesday evening. 8 p.m., at Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president, will conduct the meeting. Reception will honor members who have just returned from a recent trip to Israel. Included are Mesdames Miriam Halperin. Jenny Schwartz, Gussie Binder. and Fannie Mindlin. Mrs. Halperin will report on her impressions, with the other honorees also to give brief impressions. Mrs. Betty Erman will entertain with a musical program. Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff is chairman of the entertainment portion fl the evening Judea Theatre Plans Production Under the direction of Robert Rren-or ard RoHi-rt Ro-en. the Temple Judea Theater Guild is going inio rehetusai this ween. The Guild will pro.'uce an orig inal r>ro,h" i tioi th s | ,1.. Casting is not yet complete, and persons interested in participat••'> backs!;!""' or betorc ie 100 • lights are invited to call the oflice of Temple Judea of Coral Gables for information. In cooperation with the synagogues of Greater Miami, the Hebrew High School of the Bu; i Education began tins week in Wesi Miami, %  %  • mi. Miami Beach, h I'.' .nil and Hollj : i'i] ian I unit) SChOOl Offer.1 :• i I si ruction for boyj girls attending public high • throughi it bade a n d all! COUI Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, said that the Hebrew Hit,h School helps to meet the needs of Hebraic study for the teenager "who is at the first stage of beginning to understand the true meaning of Judaism and his association with the Jewish people." The High School is open to all boys and girls who are Hebrew School graduates or have the equivalent knowledge Hebrew High School meets at various areas of the city, including Temple Emanu-El, Beth David Congregation, Temple Zion, Beth Torah Congregation, Temple Sinai of Hollywoo:!, and the Buministered by the Bureau ol .leu add itiona l branch is scheduled to be up.' nl at Temple Or Olom. A new project of the He l!i ;h S< ii | this H :. il a IBur u ol ish '.'. thi' coo| lion of 1 leth El, Beth i the IT Uj wood Jewish Welfare Federation. Tlu' Hollywood school will offei %  '.ram of need Hi studies lor teen-age boys and girls in the Hollywood community who have graduated from afternoon Hebrew School or have the equivalent knowledge. Purpose of the school is to supplement the pre-confirmation and confirmation programs offered in the synagogues with courses in Hebrew language and literature. Two classes have already been organized. The first class began Monday evening at Temple Sinai. Classes will meet regularly every Monday, in addition to studies in individual synagogue classes. Instructors at the Hebrew High, School are Rabbis Shimon Azulay. Arnold Richter, Meyer Samberg and Zvi Sax. Tin.' 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Page 6-B fVwV0> Flrjrii'f***"! Friday, September 20. 196: United Jewish Appeal Role in Israel's Reemergence ALL over the world, something **'miraculous happens to children whose lives are touched by ihe United Jewish Appeal. They come alive. In Morocco, one hot meal a day can do it; in Israel, a chance to go to school and a quiet corner in which to study; in France, escape from terrible city slums to a summer camp. Whatever the program, a touch of UJA help, and before one's very eyes, the children come to life. You could almost call them "instant people." And it's all done with money and love. It has been estimated that out "i every three persons who receive UJA help, one is a child or ;: youth under eighteen. So of the 575,000 Jewish men, women and children for whom UJA requires J96.000.000 this year, some 190.000 young people have an enormous slake. And rightly so—for they ;.re the future. Where UJA once concentrated on saving the Jew:s'i remnant—the survivors of war ;ind Nazism—now its priority emphasis is on saving the future— the children. These are the Services LYDDA AIRPORT—This child, ju-t ten minutes off the plane, is enjoying her first meal in freedom in a UJA immigrant reception center. What are these services for children—as carried out by the Jewcans i>h Agency for Israel, the Joint Distribution Committee, the NewYork Association for New Ameri To all our Friends — Many thanks for your patronage during the past year. We wish you a Very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year SYLVIA and HARRY MILSEN of the BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Bch. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY and HEALTHY NEW YEAR ^'^r f BEAUTY SALON SUPREME 23* Valencia Ave. Highland 5-2651 1020 Lincoln Road Mall JEfferson 8-3666 To Our Patrons and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR STELLA'S ORIGINALS TOMORKOW'S STYLES FROM THE NATION'S LEADING DESIGNERS 1075 Kane Concourse Ph. 864-3611 Bay Harbor Isle — Miami Beach AUTHORIZED DEAIEI <^ o Happy New Year | Quality HEARING AIDS SSO to $285 > Strvicc All Makn 1 Batteries — Molds STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road tuum u, Tit-Tri-i_Tr|a|,_r,, m PHONE Ji 8-7911 02 PMONI IN YOU*. OltDEKS FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em Rite Here! I Open Doily ft Sun. f A.M. • 10 P.M.| j e) t ^ ^ In twenty Youth Centers, large. ly in development areas, th< \ Agency offers the only schooling available to 2,000 immigrant adolescents from age 14 up. \ (w ways and learning come hard i c) members of this group. They would feel out of place sitting ir, elementary schools with younger jl-mM In some of the institutions, the dav is divided between schooling an'.i working in the surrounding collective larm villages AB-i other phase provides special care nUdren for handicapped or emotionally disturbed children. Some live with foster families. Others live 8? clubs offer much-needed ha\ in small groups with leaders capt ns | 0 10,000 children who flock: able of loving. parer'al^ car *~ there after classes in regular m In a vast Youth Club program, uch like the leaders of the "cottage plan" in orphanages. modern American school. Here they find haltContinued en Following Page ^ < The Specially of the Seville M PREFERRED HOTEL CATERING • WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS LUNCHEONS • RECEPTIONS MEETINGS to accommodate 10 or 1,000 KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE 10 NEWLY DECORATED BANgUfcl ROOMS V lease Call ESTELLE D. POLAK: JE 2-2511 HOTEL/" ^T Seville L ^^St^OCEAN and the United Hias Serthe Jewish Agency, but also vice who spend UJA dollars? through JDC-Malben, the JDCIn Israel, bursting at the seams subventioned Yeshivoth and ORT vith new immigration. UJA aid programs. It has been estimated s channeled primarily through that of the 308,000 people we are ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i helping in Israel this year, at least 102,000 of them are children, or young people, up to age eighteen. In a sense, Jewish Agency help : goes to every immigrant child and vouth who enters the country— as part of a family unit being resettled. But the Jewish Agency is increasingly stressing the need to give special, direct aid to the young generation. The Agency is growingly coniirned with speeding up the integration of immigrant youth, especially children coming from backward North African countries and now living in diificult home environments in the raw. newly developed towns. Thousands of Scholarships For these programs, for the many thousands of scholarships to high schools and for the financing of vocational training, the Jewish Agency will hopefully receive SI ,699,500 Of UJA funds. solely for direct aid to immigrant youth. Of this amount, about a million] and a quarter is designated for Youth Aliyah. This vast program for parentlcss young people 0T| those whose parents are unable; to tare for them, currently serves 10.00 boys and girls. Since 1948., it has cared for 70.000. Today only | a compartively small portion of | Youth Aliyah's budget is receiv-i ed from UJA funds, through the Jewish Agency. 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Friday, September 20, 1963 *>Je*ist) flcridfiajn Page 7-B United Jewish Appeal's Role Today > Continued from Preceding Page way quiet spot to study—quieter, certainly, than their own tiny, crowded homes. Specialized Training The Jewish Agency-sponsored Technical Clubs attract another 3.000 boys and Kills from eight up, after school. They provide training in woodwork, metalcraft, even electricity, for boys. Girll learn to weave, embroider, make simple jewelry. Caring for their tools, putting them away properIT, is a discipline they learn at the same time. At the same time, our L'JA dollars are also needed for JDC aid to youth in Israel. Through its subvention to ORT, the JDC plays ^ substantial and significant role !" i promoting vocational training. In fact, towards ORT"s total world budget, JDC contributes about one quarter—or $1,950,000 this year toward the training of 40.000 students in all. Of these, close to 20.000 arc being trained in is rael alone, in fifty ORT centers. There has been an enormous increase in enrollment with each new wave of immigration into the country. Iloth the ORT and the Yeshiva r.rograms in Israel are particularly vital to youth because they substitute for secondary schooling, •which in Israel is not free. There are nearly 8.000 boys in 102 JDC-upported Yeshivoth alone, and for many of them, lately, vocaCASABLANCA^Medical worker in a JDC health center gives a Jewish child her innoculation before immigrating to Israel. Torah studies. The augmented 'welve hours long. But it ensures curriculum is heavy—the day is future livelihoods, since not all graduates will find places as religious functionaries. Perhaps one of the most rewarding accomplishments in the field i'f sclfupport is JDC-Malben's model Rehabilitation Center Jerusalem, for menially retarded adolescents, n takes three yean and infinite patience to tram the youngsters—all welfare cases from among the new tide of immij.-rai ts, and all with IQ's as low US 50 to 80. But mis! of them prove e ucable a d trainable. Along with elementary schooling, the girls are taughl to be seamstresses and house workers; the boys have a choice of good, saleable trades On graduating, an overwhelming majority go home capable of holding Jobs and earning a living. There are oilier kinds of handicapped children for JDC-Malben i'Kis—cerebral palsied, blind and deaf children, and victims of polio. All are helped by technical assistance and donations to institutions and special projects for their care. So much has been accomplished in Israel with UJA dollars—but there is no end to the need, because there is no end to the immigration. Editor to Address Season's Opener For JNF Council Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami will open the season at a meeting nexl Wednesday evening in the Lafav ette Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Leon J Ell. president, said that members will have an opportunity to extend New Year's greetngs "to all the dedicated and < evoted frierds and workers in t>ur community whose efforts were responsible tor the success of last yens JNF endeavors lure" Guesl speaker will be Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, who recently nlurned from a trip to Israel. Musical program will follow, featuring Marian Spear, soprano, v. ilh Aida Yaslo at the piano Church Effort Weak Against Argentine Prejudice BUENOS AIRES — (JTA) — Reports on the status of anti-Semitism in Argentina were submitted here this week to the general assembly of the DAIA, the representative organization of Argentine iional training has been added to Jewry, by Dr. Isaac Goldenberg. your next affair with a wonderful choice of %  \ Miami Beach's Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. 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Dr. Goldenberg said that, while it was fortunate that Argentina hac 1 achieved political stability in the last elections, it was still necessary to secure "social normalcy. All factors which have endangered Jewry continue intact," he declared. He stressed that it was not a Dora Stern Ladies Plan Meeting First meeting to he conducted by the new officers of the Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite (.enter is slated for Tuesday. 8:30 p.m.. in the social Mall. Pro-ram will include a skit. The Jewish Home BeautUul." presented by the sisterhood Players. Chairman I I .i Sisterhood luncheon to be held Tuesday noon. Oct. 15. in the social hall is Mrs. Phillip Richman, with Mrs. George Graham in charge of tickets. direct attack on Jewry which must be feared but the new tactics which the demogogues use in blaming the bulk of social problems on the Jews. He reported that there were 18 Nazi organizations in Argentina which, though not yet united, can pool their activities in the future He asserted that anti-Semitism was considered "bad political currency'" at the present time. At the same time he warned that the new administration taking office next month, which he described as a democratic regime, may find it even more difficult to stop the Nazis without extraordinary powers since the laws are not stringent enough. 'Grand Opening' Party Saturday An informal "Grand Opening" party has been scheduled by the Variety Club for Saturday evening at the Robert Clay Motel. Chief Barker William T. Kruglak II said that the party is for both past and present membership, and will celebrate the official opening of the Variety's Club's new headquarters at the Robert Clay Hotel. Past Chief Barker Victor Levine is in charge of arrangements, with Mrs. George Lewis, Women's Committee president, as co-chairman. 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%  !-" Page 8-B *Je*ist> flcridlian Friday, September 20. '.3-13 Rest Wishes on the Occasion of ROSMi MMASnONA and a prosperous New Year PAN AMERICAN BANK of Miami Member; Federal leterve Syitem ftitra\ Deeciit Insurance Corporation Best Wishes for a Happy New Year First National Bank of Hialeah 740 W. 49th Street, Hialeah, Florida Member F.D.I.C; Federal Reserve YOUR BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GOLD COAST SEPTIC SERVICE Septic Tank Maintenance and Repairs "We Build Our Business ON SERVICE" 4300 S.W. 75th AVENUE Ph. 665-6341 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Coiffure Et Beaute Christian BtAUTY SALON • "Beauty in All Its Branches" 1231 Lincoln Road Ph. 538-0518 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS AARON'S PLUMBING COMPANY "Dependanble Service" 1990 East 6th Avenue TU 7-4824 HIALEAH. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR Royal Kosher Food Market The Finest in Kosher Meats at Super Market Prices. 5987 S.W. 8th STREET Phone MO 7-3733 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES MR. and MRS. ALBERT GOODSTEIN and FAMILY Left to right are Judge Henry Ellenbogen, of Pittsburgh, as he installs president of the South Florida Division, American Friends of the Hebrew University, Jack S. Popick; vice president, Jacob Rifkin; secretary, Leo Robinson; honorary presidents, Mrs. Oida C. Rubin and Charles Charcowsky; vice president, Leonard Rosen, at a meeting last Apr.. Seated (from left) are Rabbi Irving Lehrmc speaker of the evening, Mrs. Lehrman a: Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, new founder of t.-.r American Friends. Vice President Mauri n Revitz and Honorary President Herbert 2 Shapiro were also installed that evening. Friends Group Aids Hebrew Univ. By JACK S. POPICK, President South Florida Division American Friends of the Hebrew University '"THE Hebrew University of Jerusalem holds a central position within the total Jewish destiny." So Abba Eban. in a speech delivered last March at the Board of Governors meeting in Jerusalem, defined the true status of Hebrew University. More than 8.000 students are attending classes on the four campuses which together make up the university. An additional host of students take advantage of extension courses throuj. Israel, and even new immigrant groups are lai.. by Hebrew University professors who volur • their time. As is <|iiite natural, most students are Isr but close to 500. Jews and non-Jews. hav< i from all parts of the world. Israeli attend includes Druzim and Arabs, who attend i:. increasing numbers. Joining the ever-increasing number oi al of Hebrew University residing in Greater \1 are Juan Herman. Burton Herman and A.: --. %  >, ta A u K %  v Si


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J'riday, September 20, 1963 kwiat Flcridttan Page 9-B barr, of Miami Beach, and Ronald Winger ot Golden Beach, who have just returned upon completion of R year of study in Jerusalem In the coming registration, Elaine E.elman, of North Miami Beach, is among 42 students trom the entire United States accepted to spend one year under the American Student Program which offers knowledge of the country along with the year of college study and credit. Arleen Eisen, of Ninth Miami Beach, will spend six months at the Hebrew University as the recipient of a spcoial award from Brandeis University. Localitet Meet Elath Hebrew University is particularly fortunate in its president, Eliahu Elath, whom it was my pleasure to meet at a board meeting in New York last spring. A graduate of the university and a true scholar. Elath came to us after a brilliant career which included ambassadorships to the L'nited States and Great Britain. Other members of the Hebrew University national board who were invited to meet Elath last June included Charles Charcowsky, Dr. Philip Getlieb, Samuel Friedland. Jack D. Gordon, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Stanley C. Myers, Jacob Kifkind, Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, Samuel T. Sapiro. Herbert S. Shapiro. Dr. Joseph Weidbcrg, and Dr Joseph W. Wunsch, of Palm Beach. When he returns to the United States this tall. Elath will come to Greater Miami in order that he may meet with the Friends. A dinner and general meeting are planned for November. We of South Florida are deeply concerned with all of the national projects of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Among those invited from our area to serve on various committees, still in formation, arc Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Leon Kronish, for the Stephen S. Wise Chair in American Jewish Life and Institutions at the Institute of Contemporary Jewry; Leo Mindlin on the Committee for the Rogers and Hammcrstein Wing in Experimental Medicine and Cancer Research at the Medical School; Dr. Perltz Schcinberg on the Committee for the Israel S. Wechsler Memorial Fund, which will provide scholarships and laboratory equipment in neurology end psychiatry; and Howard N. Miller. Milton Sa.ioff, of Hollywood. Albert J. Beer, Bari i v Bernstein. Joseph A. Post and Sidney Wasserman on the National Accountants Committee, which is [.roviding both academic counsel and material support to the Institute of Accountancy and the School of Business Administration. Attorneys in Greater Miami frequently exhibit their understanding of the importance of Hebrew University by giving their services in assisting clients to create revolving student loan funds, building Kind bequests or special provisions for gifts to the American Friends. Judge Kenneth Oka is chairman of the Bequests Committee, a nd Col. Jacob Arvey, Alexander S. Gordon, Anna Brenner Meyers. Hon. Kenneth Oka and Herbert S. Shapiro serve on the national Gifts and Legacies Committal. Among the many who have arranged generous bequests to the Hebrew University are board members Louis Hirsch and Mrs. Rhea C. Gladwin. Mrs. Shoshana Greenberg took special pleasure in noting that the recipients of this year's award from the will of her sister, Channah Spector Goren, were selected for their scholarships because of "excellence in the study of Bible, Hebrew Language, Talmud and Jewish History." In thinking over the past year's accomplishment, special note must be taken of the Women's Division under the leadership of Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. In support of the Jewish National and University Library which serves not only the university but also all of Israel, National Women's Division has undertaken a million-dollar campaign. Mrs. Simonhoff visited the campus this year expressly to observe progress made since her previous visit, and she will bring to fall meetings not only her cnthuiasm and dedication but extensive knowledge of what is being done at Givat Ram today. In the field of philosopy. too. the library is extensive and leading philosophers whom Mrs. Simonhoff met with in Jerusalem are Gershon Sholom and Martin Buber. Women's Division celebrated Dr. Buber's 85th birthday last March Continued on Page 11-B PONCE Ml RACLE MILE HANDIEST LOCATION FOR A BANK Where, would you say, is the center of -things In Coral Gables in the Southwest Section? A lot of folks would agree it's Miracle Mil. at Ponce da Leon. And that's just where we are-to serve you Next time you're in the center of things why don t you drop in and get acquainted? THE APPRECIATIVE FULL SERVICE BANK .. FLORIDA NATIONAL Bank at Coral Gables M (RACLEM.LEAT PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD As the Jewish New Year 5724 unfolds, LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK extends its wishes for a Shonah Tovah, a year of peace. happiness and well-being. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Ave., Miami TU 5-1689 ZION CORPORATION Extends Best Wishes to all our Friends and Customers for a Very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year ABE NOVAGRADSKY, Manager REV. JACOB KATZ REV. WILLIAM SCHULMAN 2891 W. 4th Avenue, Hialeah TU 7-2696 L'SHONA TOVA TIKEStVU TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM 1725 Monroe Street, Hollywood, Fla. RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY DR. JULIAN J. BLITZ, President and the AUXILIARIES Minim ..... u vTM FLOMIOA NATIONAL OAOU : ,.DAL D.PO..T IN.U-ANC. CO-PO.AT.ON. ,.0.A L -V. The Rellqious Zionists of America MIZRACH! HAPOEL H'MIZRACHI Wishes to Members end their Families and to all of the Jewish Community of Greater Miami A HAPPY. HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SOL RASHIN Director cf Miami Region THE DIRECTORS OF CAMP OCALA C_\ri m/ to I/OM tlteir ^jreetinat ..;/ Jjt*t Withe* for the ^. Vew JA-" Or .ni,l Mr*. Thtodon K Si Mr. and M s. Benjamin M Mr and Mr*, Leonard Wollman Mr. and Mr*. Robert \\ oilman BBbT WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Joseph M. Rose and Sam Ginsberg ROYAL PALM HOTEL (KOSHER) 1545 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS DR. CARL J. SLADEO PTOMETRIST 97 E. 1st AVENUE. HIALEAH • Ph. TU 8-3002 Hours: 9-6 Daily, Friday 'til 8 p.m. HOLIDAY GREETINGS LAURIE'S CALUMET BARBER SHOP 5 CHAIRS NO WAITING 2 MANICURISTS 16 NE 3rd AVENUE Ph. 373-4909 "In the Heart of Downtown"



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-Page 10-B *. fcW have a series of study groups to draw on the wisdom of great Jewish thinkers, who have in the past successfully faced and conquered problems parallel to those which we face in today's world. New Cultural Chapter Therefore, in addition to the satisfaction of her work for Israel, the Mizrachi woman will be personally enriched. Each chapter in Dade County will have its own study group, and a new cultural chapter is being formed under the leadership of Mrs. Saul Porush, noted educator. To communicate is essential, and so the chapters of this area have frequent social get-togethers in the form of luncheons, and teas. For the first time in Florida, we had the "Mizrachi Woman ot MRS. AlfRiD STONE Planning its first installation luncheon to be held at Ihe home of Mrs. Frances Goldberg on Oct. 22 are (seated) Mrs. Alex Shayewitz, president, and Mrs. Harry Lerner, vice president. Standing are Mrs. Jcseph Gropen and Mrs. Simon April. the Year" award lunchen with Mrs. Jennie GrossLnger as guest of honor. The annual Florida twoday conference and workshop was held at the Fontaincblcau Hotel in December, with national officers participating. Plans for this year's conference ;:t the Deauville Hotel are being completed, and these should be two great days for Mizrachi Women in this area. All chapters are participating in these plans. Committee consists of Mesdames A. Levenson, E, Green, M. Newberger, s Meyers and H. Grouden. Local Organizations Completing its first successful year within the Mizrachi Women's Organization is the "120 Club of Florida." This unique medium started by the Miami Beach Chapter under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. David Berger and Mrs. Allied Stone, whose members have already pledged more than S10.000. provides the opportunity to leave funds for the Mizrachi Women's projects in one's will. Many friends, as well as members, fare using facilities of the "120 Club" conveniently and legally to make provision for the continuation of he fine work in Israel for children, and have received the distinctive gold membership card. This project continues to grow. Miami Beach Chapter, Mrs Pauline Gru.-idwerg honorary president, which meets every second Wednesday at 1 p.m.. at the Washington Federal Building, 1234 Washington Ave., is planning an exciting Chanukah package party to which the public will be invited Dov Chapter of Miami, which meets at :'.cIh Continued on P?rjell-B ,.< ..JSJ5S-1 THIS OR THISfpTIN CANS ARE PASSE come in variety of sizes mSS mZ TS1F2£*2F&>*£ gtfMwl Wtfl particular needs. And ? ZX2P£*S m J* !.** M *fjS size 'or your destruction by fire, loss of tvery kmd> ** % %  • •'• P'Otected jg*,nst theft, !" *SAF£KEEPING OF VALUABLES f T*l 420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL PHONE JE 8 7831^^1 BEACH I %  % % %  % % %  % % % %  % % % %  ^ % % %  i



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Friday, September 20. 1963 *. fntffcA flnrirfi&f) Page 1 IB Friends Group Aids Hebrew Univ. V 1 T !-.< .-;i Continued from Page 9-B h a lcelure delivered by Dr. Joseph Narot, of mple Israel, at a morning gathering in the home Mrs. Emil Friedlander. At the initial gathering of the past year, Dr. r.ry King Stanford, president of the Univery of Miami, was guest speaker at a President's eeption in the home ot Mrs. Simonhoff. with : s. Samuel T. Sapiro as guest of honor. Other Women's Functions Womai; of the Year, Jennie Grossinger. was .tsented to more than 400 Friends at the Woman : the Year luncheon, with Anna Brenner Meyers %  iding. The 1963 Woman of the Year lunch:i will be held on Dec. 27. Kick-off gathering : the coming year for the Women's Division will in the lorm of a membership coffee to be held • the home of Mrs. Leonard Rosen on Oct. 18, i Mrs. Harry Platoff in charge of memberp. Wonian of the Book chairman. Lillian Goodn. commented thai the sight of "The Book" in rusaslem "was a deeply moving experience. It de me very proud to know that more than 25 men from Greater Miami have already recog zed the urgent importance of having their names --cribed." Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman will assist -Goodman on Woman of the Book project this : r. The Medical Section Dedicated president of the American Jewish -icians' Committee. Dr. Meyer B. Marks, has -t returned from his third visit to Israel since %ing office. Dr. Marks plans an early-fall nuvtof the physicians, whose membership, acting to chairman Dr. Louis G. Lytton, exceeds '. Vice president of the American Jewish vsicians' Committee Dr. Jacob A. Classman .il report on his visit to the medical school at '•• fall meeting. Secretary-treasurer of the group Dr. Harold L'nger. Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity has under•en the project of completing the dental school. I mor.' than 150 members are enrolled in Great Miami. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz visited the Ein ii'in campus this summer on a special Alpha .iega tour. President of the local Alpha Ome.. ns. Dr. Jack Landsberg, has worked closely th the American Friends of the Hebrew Unirsity as a board member for many years. Dr. Mton Lubarr is the liaison man between Alpha 'iega and our American Friends of the Hebrew nersity chapter. Two Greater Miami pharmacists, Jacob Puland Ben Saks, attended the ground-breaking ceremonies for the School of Pharmacy of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in July, Jerry Stern serves on the board of the Friends as a :rk between the pharmacists and the university. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff (right), president of the Women's Division, American Friends of the Hebrew University, at a Presidents Reception in her home, chats with Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, financial secretary and member of the national board of the Women's Division. Mizrachi Women Continued from Page 10-B El Congregation. Mrs. Louis Tokayer. president, sponsors a successful "Thrift Shop." Mrs. Max Glick is chairman. The shop is located on 5th St., between Collins and Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Dov Chapter, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Max Newberger, is planning its first annual "Founder's Day" party honoring all members and former members who have moved to other parts of Miami. Hatikveh Chapter of Miami Beach, Mrs. Jacob Katz, president. Mrs. Israel Teitch is chairman of a committee planning an installation luncheon to be held at the home of Mrs. Leonard (Dorothy) Rosen. Kinneret Chapter in the Westchester and Miami area. Mrs. Donald Sohrager. president. This ian active chapter of younger Mizrachi Women. Mrs. Samuel Ersoff is program chairman. Officers include Mrs. Alvin Levinson, Mrs. Arthur Roth. Mr.;. David Mermelxtein, Mrs. Irwin Bloch, Mrs. Aaron Hershkowitz. Batya Chapter of North Miami Beach. Mrs Alex Shayewitz. president, the newest chapter of Mizrachi Women in this area, is planning it first installation luncheon at the home of Mrs. Frances Goldberg. NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI TOOL SALES &| RENTAL SERVICE, INC ^ARM AND GARDEN TOOLS TOOLS OF ALL KINDS 2851 S.W. 22nd STREET Phone HI 4-1110 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL AlSUtS GRAHAM 14S0 N.W. 36th STREET —> Miami, Florida IIH III and >io\noi: ZIPP and Familv EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL MlWA LEE IMPORTERS Diltinctivt Appartl-Resort Fashions Dresses-formal Attire-Beochwcor Millinery-Cosfume Jewelry-Scarff Handbags Gloves-Blouse; CORAL GABLES 252 MIRACLE MILE Ph. HI 3-4264 1025 KANE CONCOURSE, Bay Harbor Isle 1515 i. las Ola. IM. Photie JAckion 2-511S Fort Laaaeraale, Florida Greetings to Our Many Jewish Customers from Coral Gables and the Entire Jewish Community SCOTTY'S RARttER SHOP NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU 388 ANDALUSIA Phone 444-9149 ClltriNGi Sel Keekt, f rop. SUNOCO STATION ROYAL PALM SERVICE Sunoco FroJucts-f.xpfl Repairing 7603 NX 2nd AVENUE Phone PL 1-9111 New Year Greetings To All "Louie" Aquirre Paint & Body Shop, Inc. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC CARS FREE ESTIMATES "We Honor All Major Credit Cards" 7111 NW 6th Ct. Miami, Florida PL 7-9681 PL 8-2391 WE HOPE %  THE" YEAR AHEAD WILL BRING YOU HEALTH AND HAPPINESS HOTEL x> cabana, yacht and golf club Harry Mufson President George E. Fox Managing Director On the Ocean at 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Gold Coast Sea Food We Supply Hotels Restaurants and Institutions • WHOLESALE and RETAIL • EAT SEA FOOD FOR HEALTH 3875 Shipping Avenue HI 3 2511 A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS IMPERIAL BOWL 15950 W. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 945-2655 NORTH MIAMI BEACH • Open 24 Hours • PHILBRICK FUNERAL HOME Extends Greetings to All for a Very Happy New Year W. L. 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Page 12-B fJewislh fkridll&n Friday, September 20, 1963 HOLIDAY GREETINGS GROO DISPLAYS, INC. WINDOW & INTERIOR DISPLAYS "Over 25 Years Experience" 111 N.W. 22nd Avenue FR 1-3473 Miami 35, Florida To All Greetings — G. ABRAHAM CARMEL BAKERY • RETAIL Phone JE 8-7592 847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Closed Saturdays and Holidays GREETINGS Lehnhard-Burgess Corporation Insurance Adjusters ALL LINES FOR THE COMPANIES 1400 N.W. 36th STREET, Suite 211 Ph. NE 3-9541 TO ALL GREETINGS INDUSTRIAL MODEL ENGINEERING MODEL PRODUCT MAKING Patent Development 1035 E. 30th Street Hialeah OX 1-8226 To All A Most Happy New Year DIXIE RENTAL REAL ESTATE & RENTAL MANAGEMENT 3206 NW 17th AVENUE Ph. 633-2429 GREETINGS... SETTLE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, INC. Mr WITH CONFIDENCE IN CORAL GABLES SINCE 1946 2340 Pence De Leen Blvd. Free Delivery HI 8-2607 Hadassah Pitches in to Assist Israe r By MRS. NAT BARTH, Present Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah By MRS. A. EDWARD COHEN, President Miami Chapter of Hadassah M | AM I ,; '. Chapter ol Hadassah. h a coml are i no has I i ni has sail's unique itj lii in its flexibility, its ab lity to expand or modifj its programs to meet Israel's u seen needs. 'l<> enrich the lives ol young woi <,i high school and college age, a Junior Hadassah is functioning., Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, is now in the second half-century ol service in Israel and the United States. Founded in 1912 by Miss Henrietta Szold, it lists 318.000 members in over 1,30(1 chapters in the United States and Puerto Rico. It is known internationally for an unequalled program of healing, teach ing, medical research, child rescue work, vocational education, social welfare and land redemption. Some have said that the work Hadassah does in Israel is a kind of volunteer forerunner, bear ing resemblance to later, massive American programs like Point Four, technical aid, and the Peace Corps. This is true. Everything Hadassah does is designed to help those it aids to help them selves. Medical Contribution This pattern is especially clear in the medi cal field where Hadassah has been known and respected for over half a century. The Hadassah Medical Organization is now based in the recently opened "City of Science," the HadassahHebrew University Medical Center on the rim of new Jerusalem, which cares for 15,000 inpatients and some 250.000 outpatients a year. The Hebrew University Medical School, with 8 Student body of one thousand, has already given Israel a corps of expertly trained physicians. Han sen Hospital in Jerusalem. Israel's only institution for leprosy, has been affiliated with and super vised by Hadassah since 1948. Trachoma has al most been completely wiped out in Israel. Thousands of children are still wailing to be admitted into Israel through its Youth Aliyah programs. Ways arc being sought to combat the mental and cultural retardation of problem youngsters who come from underprivileged, primitive, broken or illness-ridden homes. Hadassah is the official United Stales representative of Youth Aliyah. Through its affiliated membership with the United Nations, the National Citizens Committee of the World Health Organization, and National Civil Liberties Clearing House. Hadassah dissemiMRS. NAT BARTH MRS. A. EDWARD COHEN nates to its membership truthful information on political and economic issues on the local and international scenes, Hadassah realizes that education is its first line of defense. The Alice L. Seligsburg Voca tional High School, in Jerusalem, trains young people in homemaking. Awe Hadassah members of the Miami and the Miami Beach Chapterforge ahead, we ask that you join our groups so that together we may saj "yes" to a bigger year for Hadassah and "yes" to tin land of the Holy Land HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM IMPERIAL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY FORAAALS A SPECIALTY 16990 N.E. 19th AVENUE Wl 7-7183 GREETINGS TO ALL Culver Carnival Supplies PARTYLAKD JOKES-GAGS & ETC. "Masquerades and Many Other Things" 16501 N.E. 6th AVENUE Phone Wl 7-0861 NEW YEAR GREETINGS CENTER PHARMACY Phone PL 1-2924 Prescription Specialists 9723 N.E. 2nd Avenue Dir. Opp. Shores Theatre AAAX LESHNIK & FAMILY ATLANTIS HOTEL 2655 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-0381 GREETINGS 6th ST. TIN SHOP "A Gas Tank with A Reputation" Gas Tanks Water Tanks Boat Works 304 SW 6th STREET Phone FR 4-6737 GREETINGS BILL TINDER GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmore Course Lessons by Appointment Complete Line of Coifing Equipmen Phone Biltmore HI 6-0649 1210 ANASTASIA AVE. SEASONS GREETINGS THE HACK FAMILY MIAMI FOOD STORE 65 N. E. 14th Street Phone FR 3-2038 Visit Our Store on U.S. 1. Plantation Key. Florida "Key Payfair" TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NATIOMZKn DRY 4 I I \ M > 4. & LAUNDRY WE DVCNON fAHILY 80 N.W. 22nd Avenue NE 4-5043 IMJLA fovis Flowers for All Occasions DELIVERY • Cut Flowers • Potted Maata • Corsages • Funeral Designs • Weddings • Parlies 1910 SW 8th STREET Phone FR 4-5790



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Friday, September 20. 1963 *. fc H >i #> n^rSdfiair Page 13-B lewish Home for Aged the Auxiliary | By MRS. LAURENCE SILVERMAN, President Jewish Home for the Aged Auxiliary 'E are now embarking on a New Year, and as we look back on our past achievements, we |ake pride in the success of each project underaken during our fiscal year 1962-63. This year, we have rededicated ourselves to iy to do as well, and perhaps even better, during he coming year. Our Home. Douglas Gardens, till have its formal dedication of the newly-comleted construction on Nov. 24. The present popuItion at the Home numbers 105 residents. When Be doors are opened at the dedication, 120 more knior citizens will be welcomed to Douglas Garens. This is a long-awaited dream come true. Plans for the New Year have already been Lrmulated. Our medical fund New Year project pables us to provide the vital medical needs and ds and the services of an eye doctor for our sidents. The Saide Kriegel Birthday Club memtrs provide the monthly birthday parties, special Irties, concert tickets and birthday gifts for our Jsters. Regular membership and life dues, plus our ^nor Book project and Donor Journal, help us to Dvide the funds for the $1,000 monthly mainnance given to the Home. For a special treat event lor our old people, we turn to our specfunds. which is income from happy occasions id memorials, and from income from our excitmonthly parties. Outstanding Projects The Sol and Mollle Silverman Physical Ther|ln Room is being enlarged to twice its original \ Hubbard Tank i> being installed at a This tank will bring renewed hope MM. LAUKtHCt SILVtRMAN to the physically handicapped residents of the Home. Our Auxiliary will pledge to finance the purchase of this much-needed piece of equipment, so vital to the health of our aged. All of these projects in themselves are major fund-raising. Yet we feel that our Building Fund project is most outstanding. We have already presented the home with $25,000 toward our pledge of $35,000 for a wing in the new addition. We hope to complete our ple;'ge at the Nov. 24 dedication. Our Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary extends \v Year greetings to all Iheir kind friends in the community with my sincere appreciation tor yout m n sity to our Auxiliary and our Home. Douglas Gardens el Enmity Spurred Among Levant Non Arabs JTA) P \' : I %  %  i a ith p irticul[ I %  with i on Arab were i bel %  the Arab %  il, the organiza•sals '.'ere worked out on o( the League's i ommitt %  ns to comand I j prus; I %  %  nti-Israel %  intinuance of the repatriat in of the to Israel; measures o be I ainsl Israel s alleg ed planti> divert Jordan River -: and a prop • ith ivnee from Jor an, call for the est ibli hmenl of a "Palestine entity." The latter is igi ian on 'i simto the FLN, tin Algerian in dependence m<>\ ement. Jordan, with a refugee population comprising about half of the country's total population, is ccol to the "Palestine unity" idea because such a set-up could affect Amman's jurisdiction over the refugees. Abdullah i:i Zuqairat, Jordan's i l itive "ii the 13 bjected to the "Pal il th of the is was present at In adi i .Ionian'.dif • the "Palestine entitj \r..:i split was in ard to Israel when revision of a reso. for a boycott of 1 anks %  ms that deal with Israel. The Beirut Governmenl previousl i irted f< el in i that the boycott hurts some e Arab countries more Hum r, the Beirut deleated. st Happy Holidays to All MATERIAL HANDLING "New Hydraulic Fork Lift Sales" 15 NE 14f!i AVENUE-North Miami Phone 751-4101 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS To All Our Customers and Friends Jim Kelly Barber Shop "No Finer Service Anywhere" For Appointment Phone UN 6-1551 9490 HARDING AVENUE, SURFSIDE [ TO ALL GREETINGS J. & M. FIX ALL SHOP SMALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Sales Service Repairs 12591 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 751-7342 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL KDWARD C. MAY Organist Weddings — Bar Mitzvahs Conventions 893 NE. 82nd STREET PL 9-3685 GREETINGS TO ALL Cur Customers and Friends JACK 32ASS INC. 2790 S.W. 27th AVENUE HI 3-6116 HI 4 2477 SEASON S GREETINGS NEWMAN, BURK, CALHOUN & COMPANY REALTORS Real Estate & Mortgages 1538 DuPont Bldg. MIAML FLORIDA GREETINGS 101 TOTH'S CORAL WAY GARDEN CENTER "CVIRYTMNG tor the LAWN and GARDEN" JOSEPH G. TOTH Horticulturist A Plant Consultant (Formerly with Hector Supply Co.) 1667 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone HI 3-0496 ortzn THE ZIM LINES WISH YOU A HAPPY 5724 A YEAR OF PEACE— THE YEAR OF "SHALOM" BE A "GUEST"... GO ZIM NEW YORK • EUROPE • ISRAEL Owner's Rep: American Israeli Shipping Co.. Inf. Main Oflire: 12 Broailwa}. New York 4. N. V. 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Page 14-B *Jewl$li HoiltMar) Friday, September 2C, Vt'-.l ?ac This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome WageiiSponsors*^ Hebrew School Seeks Community Aid Firms of prestige in the business and civic life of your community. FIRM; INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PLEASE CALL HI 8-4994 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^^ ACME • ^ ROOFING 685-1952 GI GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC 2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" By LOUIS MERWITZER, President Hebrew Academy THE Now Year period 'is a most appropriate time for stock-taking an:l evaluating the educational progress of our school since our very inception. Having begun our educational program very modestly in September, 1947, with six students, first in two tiny rooms, moving on later into a building converted from a Methodist Church at 6th St. and Jefferson Ave., and now into a million dollar building, is certainly an accomplishment to be proud of. I strongly feel that our new building is not only distinct in its architectural design, but ranks as one of the top educational institutions in the cit y.-•--•*** Si-Lingual Program We are now the only day school in the southeastern region of the United States, with a complete elementary and Junior High Department. We are delighted to be part of the Hebrew day school movement, which now numbers 54.000 students attending 275 day schools in the United States. This phenomenal figure represented eight percent of all children receiving any form of Jewish education. What do we plan to accomplish in our new building? What is our outlook for the future? From the very beginning we have been committed to a bilingual program of American and Hebraic studios. This program is designed to produce a knowledgeable and well-integrated youth. Our educational philosophy is to produce young men and women who should be "at home" in their Hebrew and religious studies, as well as in their English and academic studies. This beautiful synthesis between Americanism and Judaism, we believe, will give our young men and women, the future generation, the pride and the knowledge necessary to preserve our faith and tradition in the years ahead. I further believe that the Hebrew Academy, which is committed to a maximum program of Jewish education, is the laboratory and training ground for intelligent Jewish leadership. I am convinced that our future teachers, spiritual leaders. Hebrew scholars and intelligent laity will only be developed within the walls of Hebrew Academies and similar schools. In plaining the construction of our new building, it was our intention to build for a capacity enrollment of 550 to 600 students. These figures were determined on the basis of the popularity of the day school movement in the U.S.; upon IOUIS MRWITZtK the growth of Dadc County; and the size of the Jewish community within our area. II shcul:l be noted that the contributions for our magnificent building came from a very small segment in the community. The donors were those peoole who believe strongly that only a deep religious training can provide our children with the moral and ethical stamina within the American envii i:iment. Maintaining Education We believe thai Jewish community support dl day schools is as much a part of the democratic ideal as is our obligation to maintain a free public school ^ystem. Jewish community leadership must realize that the program of day school education should be maintained in the same way as health ard welfare institutions and overseas services are supported. Our approximate cost to educate one child annually is $900, and a very small percentage of parents ire financially able to undertake such an obligation. Despite all the private contributions and synagogue appeals, we still must operate at an enormous deficit I would like to reiterate that the Hebrew Academy serves the entire Jewish community. Students come to us from all sections of the area and represent every ideology and segment of Jewish life. We are proud to be known as a community day school with no synagogue or temple affiliations Certainly such a communal project deserves the support of a communal federation. 14 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS M LIEBERMAN & SONS 1204 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. • Moving — Storage • a QJkyUoiM, c QtJ7t£a6uM "ttAe, i • %  *-.<%  *1 • ->•-., UP 'Omi tlTtl HOT8L HWVIC1 ftM B-J : N.„„l f„„ ,,„, off.n 3 j-nljM atl-ocquolnhrf Ad,h fbcloB.. 138 p. p„.. 2 inroo m, Include S !" 1 ~"7 W— I—t i l chol.. of (fining, and ohW blond pl.o*„,. Good unlll DM. I -MM? trov.l not IIMIUM. FlighK doll, Iron, Wl Pol !" Bich, FI.Uud.rogl. gnd Mfomi. li^y, ^j „ Holiday Ion •(Wit. or Jim Mill., Ml N.E.SrdAv.., Mli, f| B 3 Day, 2 Night Adventure Package P er person, double occupancy in a gorgeous twin-bedded room with all meals Oolcir roomt up to So5 Mf p.„. •38 Season's Best to All SNAPP, Inc. Sand Blasting 'No Job Too Small Or Too Large" 8501 N.W. 22nd AVENUE Ph. 691-6537 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co. INC. Corporation Supplies Rubber Stamps LEGAL FORMS 936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida FR 3-6327 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'^T IN AND FOR DADE COL'MTV FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60524 C l.\ RE: Estate of ISAM' <>!' 1 ENHENDEN I Ve.-asi .1. NOTICE TO CRKDTORS To All Creditors and All Penm lux claims or Demands Agal %  .1 KM;II. : You are hereby notified end required 1" prenent any claim. .mand* which you mav hav. as in. estate of I8AAC OFFBNHE5 N deceased lats of Hade Comity, I". >rinii. to ill"County Judges of Dade County. and file the came III ilapll ..re anil as provided in Section T 16, Florida Statutes, in tholi ..'•:••, In ill,* County Courthouse In !>;<,:• • .. aty, Fl.rida. within six eal. ir months from the time of the fj -i puldlcatlou hereof, or the Same will ibarred. Dated at Miami. Florida, th h da) of September, A.D. IMS: 1 M >RA ((PI END KM >|-:N As Executrix First publication of thie n. n the 13th day of September, li03 Myers, Hclman, Kaplan A Catnm Bj : LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Executrix II. Mi S.W. 1st Si.. .Miami. Ma .' i -." i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV ..\ ,t the undersigned, desiring i" %  In business under the fictltloui an %  .,f "OTO FLAIR RKPRoDI'CTIoNS at tP O. Box 344, 11. In Bran. I l-'la.. Intends to reglsti < n nil I hi I 'l. i u of the i "Ir o( 1 lade 'ounl %  ., Floi Ida. NEIL R. LENT1N :. 13-; M i. MI. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< >TICE IS HEREBY iil\ UN i hi imli Igned, desli Ing to i %  under the flctitloinCO.MMERCE APARTMENTS i.. i .,..-. i. in. street In "i Mi., mi I teach, Florida I • i i. L: i-ir :he said name with %  i of ili. circuit Court of i>. Floi I %  .. I Mt. ,i ,ii Miami. Florida, day of August, m*3. TERRENCE .1 CANNON & RH-IIARD A. CARLSTRi • T A lioiphin Proper tli -. Be _•;. Albert, Weiss ALyont Attorneys for Applicant 8 J". %  to %  d ." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni IT ICE IS HEREBY <;i\ i N the undersigned, denirtnK to • %  gaa %  'i i business undrr the flctitiou-. nan • of |UR.\Y HoTEI. & APAKT.MKNT,i | number 1432 N.B, Miami Cot I It the City ol Miami. Florida Inteni to igIster the said name with lh< lei if the Circuit Court of Dadi ou: Kiori.la. Bated al Miami. Florida, 'hli • lav of August, l9SS, TERRENi'E I CANNON and RICHARD A. CARLS1 T A ih.iohin Propertl< Bi Igel, Albert, Weiss A Lyon* Attoi in > I. r Applicant -• |i %  %  I4i NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF T-S ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl IT '.FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCE 1 No. 63C 9598 I IEREK C( IMPTI N, I -i i iff. VIOI \ MAE <'' 'MIT' ..v. 11. fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE In: VI' 'l.A MAE I'I i.M I'I'ii.N :'':::'. Standai .1 A \ enue .-'.in l\i I'l.i. i 'alifornia Tou, Viola Mae Compton, hj notified that a Bill of I %  has been filed .'and you are required t" si I of your Answer <\ Pleading "i 'omplaihl on the Plalntli ni s. Stanley E. Goodman, %  %  82 Street, Miami. Florida nl I original Answ er or PI. adli office of ihe Clerk of tl Court ..ii or before the I'd Ortolier, IMS. If you fall I d' -•• Judgment by default will against you for the relief • In ili. Bill ..f i 'omplalnt. This notice shall ipubl • i • each week for four consecutl in THE JEWISH Fl.. IRH1 DONE AN I" ORDERED M Florida, this iitn day of ~ AH. 1989 K. l: LBATHERMAN, I • %  • Circuit Court. Hade County, Fli i (seal) By: IIKI.KN Kl>' Deput] Clerk STANLEY E, GOODMAN 2881 N'.w. 62 Street Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff •/IS-! •' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL = IN AND FOR DADE COUMTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60 347-C IN RE: Estate of RIOBA P. HOFFMAN I'ei ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All P. •: %  -• •• !• %  in claims or Demands Ay. list -' Batata: You are hereby notifi.,1 nd quired to present any claln ma mlwhich vou mav hav. e' the estate of RBBA B HOFFMAN deceased late of Had.Count) I ida, to tin. County Judges of Dad. County, an l file the same %  d plicate and as provided In Beet 1 Florida Statutes, in their offlci tin i 'ounty Courthouse In Dhdt ty, Florida, within *\\ %  il. months from the time ol thi publication hereof, or tile !"• barred, Dated il .Miami. Florida, thi* da) i September, Al i 196 WALTER c KOVN As Executor Kl IVNER A MANNHE1MER Attorn, y for Estate of I R. l>a i: Hoffman 300 i 'uponi Piasa > 'enter Miami 32, Florida



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iday. September 20, 1963 LEGAL NOTICE +Jewisli fhridian Page 15-B THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ryENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C 9311 i '.LEASoN-. JK..-UH AiUuliiis,.• Vetaranp Affairs, an ,.,r of the United states of rl, ,. and hla ancceaaors In such Ipi in Buon office, and his or i aasigna, Plaintiff, vs. j, | I:\VI: E. PEOPLES and SJCli: !'• PEOPLES', his wife, et al. I / 1 >cf< ndants. NOTICE OF SALE %  I.AKENCE B. PEOPLES anil JANIE F. PEOPLES, lus wife, living, Including any unknown .nines of said Defendants If they I \,remarried, ami if dead, their %  I known helrn, devisees, unin-..-. assignees, oredltora, lien-1 ..]•-. trustees, and all other per-1 iclaiming by, through, unit, r or agnin.-t these Defendants, uhose residence* are unknown, i TOU ABH HBHBBY NOTIFIED hat .i *ult habeen brought against' '.,1 b) .1. S. lil.KASll.N, JR., as ad-1 jlnbtrator of Veteimna Affaire, an Iff ii" i' of the United States of Amer[ • .i hla aueceesora in such ofand Ma or their assigns, to locea mortgage encumbering the wing desorllH.d property, to-wit: Lot" Si, 32 ami 33. In Block IS, VDDITION "E," SOUTH MI|.\.MI HEIGHTS, according to the thereof, as recorded in Plat %  % %  '.; 2:'.. at page 71, of the public | : ... ni> of Dade County. Florida: 1.1 % % %  ; are required to file your an. r will the Clerk of the Circuit burl of Dade County, Florida, at |ie Courthouse in .Miami, Florida, on before October Tth, ISM, and t, ] \. ., copy of nich answer upon' JTEKS. HEIMAN, KAPLAN A IvTsUW, Plaintiff*! attorneys. '...-.address la Eleven Fifty liull.i-' :. U50 8.W. Flral Street, Miami j Flo Ida, on or before said date,] red by the laws of Florida. >. i fall to do so, tli, mplalnt taken as confessed by you Lnl n l.ii,. %  Pro Confeao ill be t: nitalnal you for the relief deli in riie complaint. r i> this 29th day of August, i: R. LEATHERMAN l. rk of the Circuit Com t I Mil.County, Florida B} : K. M I.YMAN Deputy Clerk I HEIMAN, KAPLAN VTSMAN %  i> Building \\ First Street tl %  .. F|< rida '. 6-13-20-27 REB YANKEL %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C 9347 B i ILK A SON, JR.. as Adminls(rator ol Veterans Affairs, an ifflcei ..( the United States of vin. %  and his successors in such Y In such office, and his or signs, Plaintiff, \ s I M B. JACKS) >\. .i ON. et al, I defendants. NOTICE OF SALE i i \M I!. .1 VCKSON and II 1" NELL .! M KS< Hi, his Ifi. Ineluding an> unknown "I s ii.1 11, f. ii.I.min ave remarried, ami If dead, unknou n heirs, de> Isi • assignees, ci edltoi.-. • istees, and all othei i Inh %  bj i hi nugh, unt n-i these defendants, %  i-sli %  %  %  i are unknou n. VISE HEREBY NOTIFIED • h.ihi. n In ..iiIn .i tlLEASi IN, .11: .i. .i.i1 nl Veterans Vffnli lie United States ..r Am. i .. in sui ii ..I %  -I Mi.: assigns, i" fure: .i ••111-11111I..-1 lng 1 he %  -I prnpt rty, tn-wtt: in Block II. of FIRST iN T< MVRTLE (I ROVE, i" 1I1. plat thereof, as il. .1 in Plot Book •'.?. at page public records of Dole Florida. (Capttoned whollj within trad I, • ill lens I'l.n Bi "k 2, paae ill. XK 1-1 of the Nw 1-1 S\V 1-1 of Section s. -.-' South, Italic, 41 l..i-' 1 • 1 • rpilred tn file your anthe Clerk of the Clrculi Bade County, Florida, al ""• %  %  in Miami, Florida, on %  lob. 1 Tib. IM 1, and to I i'|l> Of -mil .in-il .1upon IIEIMAX, KAI'I.VN & •ATS M v\, Plaintiff a attornevs, -la Eleven Fifty Builds' VI l:i Si 1.-. 1. Miami '• %  lila, ..ii or before aald date, %  1 hj the laws of Florida i" .1.. so. ill.complaint • 11 as confessed bj you Pro 1 'onfeaao w ill be -1 you for iiorelief dejnd.il in ii,,complaint, this 30th da) of Auguat, C B, LEATHERMAN • rk ..r Hicircuit Court %  ids County, Florida By C. P. coPELAND IMV,., Beputy Clerk ^A&W !" KU ''AN ,':;• Fifty Building IS %  First Street Hanu :... p|, rl ,la 9 i;-in-:o-'.'7 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In business under the fictitious name of KOMEO'S PISSZARAMA at 15100 Biscayne Blvd., No. Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tli>Circuit c t ..f Dade i 'oiini >. Florid i VINCENT P M.MISANi > Bole i hvner :• IS-20-27, 1" I NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tli.undersigned, desiring to ,-nc:i!:*it imsin.'-s under the fictitious, name of AMERICAN CARPET SERVICE CO., at ::.".0 -VW. Mth St., Miami. Kla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Conn of Dade County, Florida. Al. RUBENSTEIN S.,1,t)n,r %  < I6-S3-30, 9 i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JERICU Bl 8400 N\V 73th St.. at Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the ci, rk of the Clrsuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .1. It. ADELMAN CORP. By .1. It. Adelman. President Attest: Helen w. Adelman, Secretary MANUEL l.ri:i:i. Attorney f..r .1. It. Adelman Corp. /S-13-*0-I7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN thai the umlerslgned, desiring i< engage in-in-. under Ihe fictitious name ..' MIAMI DIAL ItKFINlKHINtl al iiiiiuI..I |n7 Dade I 'oiiimonwenlth Bldg. In Hi, Clt} of Miami, Florida Intend ti rtglstei the ilil name a*llh the Clerk ..: ill. i i.. nl i ..uli of I M.l> '. %  null %  Ida. |>iii,.,I HI Miami, Florida, ilii19th .im ol August, i %  KM' lit s \RJ5l i Rl ILANI i VALI 'ES v 30, • • 19 !l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 60563-C In RK: Kstnte ol JEANETTE STONE, I %  used NOTICE TO To All Creditors Having Claims or huiil ijBtaie: V..ii are herebyquired to present i in.in.i. which you Ii _, NOTICE UNDER Vn T ,S TITIOUS NAME LAW IheV.r, ', S "KRICMV GIVEN that IL !" 1 1 ""!. desiring to engine in raini under the fictitious mime of ft-V., ,n BBRV1CR STATION at fci'.'r 1S3rd Ktreat Intends to regtli..•'.'"" "' %  ""'' wl "' ">e Clerk of the |l„" u,t Court of Dade County. KlorMCRVAN. INC. [i Viv ^urroni and Bill Callvan %  '' Sen-Ice station < '.10. >> (-1S-S0 e^NOTICE UNDER \,iiV" ITl0US NAME LAW e nil ls HKREBY GIVEN tha ur %  %  -in. -, I'll, k %  "I I 1 IN HKREBY GIVEN that -i-n.il. desiring to en under the fictitious name of 1 '' %  • %  and His Laay Daj En%  i Dade County Intends to 'id name with the cierk of Courl ..i Dad* County, HUMS MeOLYNN Hole Owner :. S-lS-S0->i CREDITORS anil All Persona Demands Agalnal notified and renv claims an.I demay have agalnsl the esluti ..i JEANETTE STONE dec.-a.-i.i late ..i Dade County, Florida, to ihe Count) Judges of Bade County, and file the same In duplicate an.I as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, wiiiiin SIN calendar months from tli. time of the firs] publication hereof, or Ihe sain.will be barred. Dated nl Miami. Florida, this Soth day of August, A I > l63 MORRIS HOFFMAN As ICxecUtol Firs' publication of thia notice on the -.ill day ol September, 1963. JOSH REPHUN Attnrnej ror Executor 1370 Washington Ave., Suite :il :• 6-13-20-! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C 9351 WEST BIDE FEDERAL s'AVINCS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK CITY. Plaintiff, vs. RUBIN HYMAN AND LILY ANN HYMAN his wife, SOUTHERN INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK, SAM BASS l >efendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO SAM BASS 3316 Harper Avenue Hyde Park Anns lloi.i. Chicago. III. You arc hereby notified thai thi ibove coptloned action has been Instituted annlnst you in tha Circuit Court of ihe Judicial Clrculi of Florida in ami for Dade County !•• foreclose H mortgage upon the following described real pi>|>.-rty: I...I 13, Block 73, SECOND ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according to the Plal thereof described in Plal Book ii".. Page 78, sli.-.-i I. of the Public Records of Bade County, hinrida, You arc re. (iiircd to file your answei t> ulnlntlff'a complaint with the clerk "i the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plnintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, inh Floor I rule Federal Building, Miami :1J. Florida, not later than October nth. 1963, or a I'.-1 r. .pro Confess., will be %  ntered agalnsl you. Dated: August 80th, 1968. E. B. LEATHERMAN CI. rk of tlie Clrculi Court By: c. P. COFELAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorni v for Plaintiff nth Floor Bade Federal Building Miami ::L\ Florida :• 13-20-17, i"'l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C 9312 RICHARD W. PRESTON, Plaintiff, KITH B. PRBBTON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RI'TH B. PRESTON, Oefendant 6S Preston Street Wakefleld. Middlesex County, State of Massachusetts You, RUTH P. PRESTON, ore hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against vou, and yon are required to serve n copv of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. II. I. FWchbach, 19 W. Flacler St.. Miami .IJ, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the < lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th day Ol ttetober. 1968. If you fa. to do so. Judgment by default win ba taken against you for the relief demanded in the mil of > ompiumt. This notice shall be published once each w.ck for tour ..ii-c iitlve weeks In THE .H:\VISII FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thia "."Hi daj of August. A 'V'K I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk Ciicnii Court. Dade County, Florlffla By: C P i'' 'PEL \M>. ,circuit Court .-vaii "•,,'"![ %  ; Kl!'.^CIRCUIT COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA. No. 63C 9137 ESTHER COHEN, Plaintiff. \ NATHAN COHEN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, NATHAN COHEN, MM Morse St., Philadelphia, Pa., are notified to serve a copy of your answer to Divorce Complalni tiu-ii agalnsl you on Plaintiff's attorney, HEOROE NICHOLAS, 61! N.W". IL'th Ave.. Miami. Kin., and Ilia original with Clerk of this Court on or before October 1st. 1963, ..lb. rwlse complaint will be confessed by you. DATED August 16, 1968. K. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk (seal) Bg: C. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk 8/30. 9'6-13-20 LEGAL NOTICP. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEP.EP.Y CilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in i ::-.n.-.,. under Urn. fictitious names of WIESNIiK OK MIAMI PARISnSNNE BOUTIQUES TRICK ETTE TRICKETTES BY WIE8NER RHEBA JEWELS JEWELS BY l'.HEKA at 1R11 Pnrdy Avenue, Miami Bench, % %  loriila. Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ihide County. Florida. WIESNER BOUTIQUES, INC., n Florida Corporation MORTON ROTHENBERG Attorney for Applicant 120 Lincoln Roud, Miami Beach, Fla. 9/6-18-80-37 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 6SC 9479 DOI.DAK SAVINOS BANK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. Plaintiff, vs. DOUGLAS It. KEf.I. ami DonoTIIY A. BELL his wife. LEROY H. EDWARDS an I SOPHIA .1. ATKINSON. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: LEROY S. EDWARDS 129 Villa Road Newport News, Virginia You are hereby notified that the above captioned action has been instituted against you in the Circuit Courl of the ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to foreclose n mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot IT. Block 26. SCOTT LAKE MANOR SECTION Font, according t.. the Plat thereof, recorded In Plal Book 80, at Page 62, ..f the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. You are required to file your answer to plaintiffs oomplalnt With the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and s.rve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney -MARTIN FINE llth Floor Bade Federal Building, Miami 81, Florida not inter than October 1.1, 1963, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated September •".. 1963 B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida is.all Hy: HELEN KESSLEK I leputy Clerk MARTIN PINE Attorney for Plaintif 14th Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami ;J2. 1' ioiida : %  13-20-27, ift/4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewisti ncridlian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mul Fit 3-4695 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ID bualneaa under the fictitious name of ABLE BUSINESS BROKERS ut 16499 N.E. 19th Ave.. No. Miami Beach, Fla„ intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count> Florida. H. E. OOULDBN Sole Owner 9/13-20-27, 10/4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60702-B IN RE: H-Mt. ,.f IRENE ADDER, Dec, -used. NOTICE TO CRED TORS To AH Creditor* and All Perron* Having claims or Demands Agalnat Said H.-lalc: You are hereby notified and required :•• preaenl any claims and demand* which yon ma> have aitalnal the estate of IRENE ADLER deceased late of .Miami, I'ad.County, Florida, to the C..IIUI\ Judge* of i % %  '• County, and file the name in duplicate and as provided in Section Florida Statute*, in their office* In the County ( %  Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla. ... 6-13-30-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56234-B IN RE: Estate of LILLIAN RUBIN SBGAL, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Lillian Rubin Segal, deceased: and thai on the lib day of October, 19C3. will apply to the Honorable County Judges oi Dade County, Morida. for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Administratrix of the estate of the alioVenamed decedent. This 19th daj ol August, 1968. ANNE HERMAN TALIANOFF, WALLER LITMAN By; • leorge Tallanofl \tto|'|l.-> S I'.'ii Lincoln Road Miami Beach, I la. :. 6-13-20-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADF roi'NTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE Ne. 60649-C IN RE: Estate of FRANK XAMUO Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have agalnal the estate of FRANK NAVII-IO deceased late of Dude County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In dui'Moite and ns provided In Section 733.1G. Florida Stat-utea. in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred Dat.-.l at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of Remember, A.D 1968, VICTORIA NAVTLIO Aa Executrix Flral publication ol thia notlci on the ISth lav ol September, IMS. LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Executrix Myers, ll.iinin. Kaplan \ Cat-man 1160 S \V Flral Street '.. 18-30-37, in t IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60729-B IN RE: Estate of LEON PITTERMAN Deceaai d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persona Having claim.• %  Demanda Agalnat Said Estate: Sou :" %  %  herein notified and required to preaenl any claimand demand* which you ma\ have agalnsl the estate of LEON FITTERMAN deceased late of Dad.County, Florida, t., the Count) Judge* ol Bade 'ouniv. and file the -••"'" '" duplii ate and ;l pro> i.i. .i In Kectl %  < • %  16. i-lorlda Statutes, in their office* in the County Courthouse In l >ade founts. Floi Ida, within six calendar montha from the ti" f the firsl publication her< of i r ill. same will be burred. Dated nl Miami, Florida, this llth das .-i Si pi ml., r. A.I'. 1963 RENE I ITTBRMAN As Exi ..mix l"ir-i publication of this nol It • on Hi. i:'.:li da) "I September, 1963. VVEINKLE .x KESSLER Attorneys for Exi cuti Ix si I Seybold Bull i ng, Miami 32, Fla. : %  i::-2-27. I" 4 "~IN"T"HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60644-A IN RE: Estate ol SOPHIE WEI1.1. Deceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You ai.hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you ma) have against Hi,.state ..r SOPHIE WEILL decensed late of Dade County, Florida. to the County Judge* ..i Dade County, and file the -am.In duplicate and aa provided In Section 738.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the Counts Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar montha from thi time of the firsl publication hereof. ..I the sain.will be barred. Dated .it Miami. Florida, this llili das of September, A 11 1963 BARNETT ROBINSON, JR As Admlnlstratoi i nst publication "i ibis notice on tinISth das of September, 1963. HAUIUS AND ROBINSON \ii..i n, v for Administrator 12th Floor Dade Federal I'.ldg Miami 82, Florida ;i '13-80-27, 10 t IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60643-C IN P.E: Estate of MAY PERLMAN l>eceu8ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may ha\"e against the estate of MAY PERLMAN deceased late of the County ami State of New York to the County Judges Of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16. Florida Statute.-. In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or tinsame will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, thia llth day of September, A.D, i:"i:: BARNETT ROBINSON. JR. As An.ili.il> Administrator First publication of this notice on the ISth .lav of September, 1963. HARRIS AND Kt T-INSi IN Attornevs for Anclllar) Administrator li'i h Floor Dad, Federal Bldg. Miami 32, Floi i.i.< ;. 13-20-27, 10 i



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Page 2-C +JeistFkridiain_ Friday. September To the Entir-e Jewish Community We Ex lend Sincere Good Wishes for a Most Happy, New Year THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK JT AND TRUST COMPANY 1\ At Miami — Alfred I. duPont Building Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve System, Florida National Group HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Friends and Patrons W. J. Fit HT General Passenger Agent i SEABOARD RAILROAD AUTOMOBILE LOANS AS LOW AS 4V2/ MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI 950 RED ROAD (S.W. 57th Ave. near the Trail) Telephone MO 7-5661 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 7200 N.W. 29th AVE. MIAMI Phon. OX 14961 Extend Best Wishes to All Their Friends and Patrons FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE and Sons LARRY and JEFFREY and Daughter LISA KAREN Of the ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY GREETINGS ESTHER LIPSCHUTZ DRAPERY SHOP DRAPERIES, SLIPCOVERS, BEDSPREADS 2725 S.W. 27th AVE. MIAMI HI 5-2151 R. J. WAINWRIGHT & SONS Established 1937 — Manufacturers Representative — Paper Products SERVING FLORIDA JOBBERS OViK EIGHTEEN YEARS 2"54 OAK AVE., Coconut Grove P.O. Box 1 OS Phone HI 3 1621 Happy New Year — Good Wishes to All PHIL SCHILLER, Realtor 2007 N.E. 163rd STREET Wl 5-5494 North Miami Beach, Florida MR. and MRS. NATHAN H. SPIEGELMAN and Children, Bob, Max, Fred, Guy, Shirley Gail, Steven Mark, and Gary Allen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends a Happy New Year The Shofar and Traditional Jewish Practice By JACOB L. CHERNOFSKY NE of It* most memorable rites to etfj O ,.,,_ impression on the wowhiper the High Holy Days serves is the sounding of t 2L2L solemn ^Uw^U, entire bushed congregation, young and old alike L Seir thoughts and leelings .gainst En. Piercing blast lha. *<**" down through the ages to awaken to full spu-itua! consciousness This j; a it should be. for the shofar has always typified the everlasting, traditional char ter of the Jewish faith. Reaching back into the remote beginning Judai-m as a national creed, the sound of shofar issued forth from Mount Sinai in what was the most solemn moment in Jewish history. It was also present at other meaningful timestriumphant occasions, as when the martial blast of the shefar was sounded when the walls of Jericho collapsed before Joshua and the people: and on festive occasions, as the dedication King David of a new pavilion for the Ark of the Covenant The Single Exception With the possible exception of certain types of reeis. ;he shofar is the oldest surviving form of wind instrument. While a variety of other types of musical instruments were used in the Temple and developed and improved subsequently for ritual purposes, the shofar has never varied in structure from its ancient simplicity. According to Jewi-h law. the shofar used tor ritual purposes may be m.'dc from the hornol any kosher animal, except the cow. The exception was instituted as a reminder of the incident of the golden calf, when the Jews, following the exodus tr m Egypt, faltered in their faith during thi • of Moses on Mount Sinai. In actual practice, Jews in various partof the world and at different periods in history used a wide \ etj of animal horns for the -hofar. The Talmud relates that the shofar -minded in the Temple on the High Holy Days was made from the horn of the wild goat, "-traight, with its mouthpiece overlaid with sold." Subsequently, more popular for use shofar was the ram's horn which served reminder of the Biblical incident in which Abraham proud himself ready to sacrifice hin Isaac, but. at the last minute, a ram was miraculously produced to be substituted for the boy. The narrative is part of the Torah readings during the High Holy Days, and serves as a high example of supreme faith in God. Shofar Never Painted One of the more interesting typeof -hofar. is the horn of the African koodoo, which has been Hadassah, Women's Zionist Organization receives the coveted Avodah Award given annually by the Jewish Teachers Association. Mr. Siegfried Kramaisky. nctional president, accepts the award from Herman P. Mantell, president of the association. Presentation was during the outgoing HeDrew Year 5723. by members of the Ber.e Israel comrauniti in India. Of exquisite curvatui I shape. tars oi this type are sometimes as much a four feet in length. While shofars are never painted, man) an carved with artistic deaigi inscriptions relevant to the High Holy Day; Although the Talmud mentionthe fact tfal -hofars were sometimes employed for ordinarj musical eijoyment, among Jews thej have bea dsed almost excusively for ritual or legal pay I %  • Its primary use. of course, has been dunnj the Rosh Hashona rites and at the conclusion* Yom Kippur. But other occasions have calW for the sounding of the shofar from Biblical times until the present day. In addition to the particular instances wl the use of the shofar was specifically mentioned in the Bible, it is known that the instrument* used generally on fast days to arouse the populace to the proper frame of mind. The tractate Sanhednn mentions the shoftf Continued on Page 14-C BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ Mr. and 91 rs. Harry Sirkin Mr. a ml Mrs. David Brown and I amilv WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR A Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Customers William & % %  olon Mahler 1634 EUCLID AVE. JE 2-3820 SPECIALIZING IN EXPERT MEN'S & WOMEN'S TAILORING We ore Strict Observers of the Smbbeth £ All Itwiih Holidays THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE AUGUST FAMILY and AUGUST BROS. IIAKFKV 361 S.W. Eichth Street Phone FR 4-2"3! RABBI and MHS. §. M. MACHTP Marvin and Naomi Taub, Stella Regina and Leo Jay Stitsky Extend to All Jewry Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MYRON S. 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idcy, September 20. 1963 faefcf) mnrirfi^tgj Page 3-C The Berditshever as a Great Advocate By DR. H. RABINOWITCZ J UT5TANDINO amongthe galaxy of Hasidic .;unts and sages who have flourished in Jew|ry during the past two centuries, Rabbi Levi Isaac of Berditthaw, author of "Kendushath Levi." was |affectionatel|F known as the "Great Defender of I the House of Israel." Hasiditf legend has it, that when the BerditLhever was born, Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov, ili, .under of Hasidism, prophetically proclaimed \ great and holy soul has descended into the Iv.orlc, and it shall be an-eloquent pleader for %  Jewry. Kabbi Levi Isaac fulfilled his destiny. II,. ,i. endowed with boundless optimism and (with a rationale faith in the inherent goodness lof h.inia.nuy; he was utterly devoid of bitterness, [despite the many tribulations to which he was {subjected. He could not/'behold iniquity in Jacob I nor '• -..lesions in the House of Israel." Just l ;l every letter in a Sefer Torah is sacred, so I,, evi limber of the House of Israel sacrosanct land reproach. For a man is given two [eyes %  > one he is to regard his own failings, [and with the other he is to observe the virtues of I llow-men. urable are the anecdotes and aphorisms that reveal the Berditchever's true nobility of It is related, for example, that he ced upon a Jew eating in public upon [the Fast of Ab. "Surely," the Rabbi remonstrat|ed must have forgotten that today is the yih ., Au?" "No, I have not forgotten," was the i.pl> Perhaps, my son, you are not enjoying good tioalth and were advised by your doctor to [eat?" No. I am in excellent health." Cried the Sage aloud: "See, O Lord, what a wonderful people are the Jews. Even when they transgress thy commandments, they do not stoop to utter I unir.'r The Saintly Sinner when he saw a driver, clad in Talith and iTotiljin, lubricating the wheels of his wagon, the Rabbi exclaimed: "What a holy people is Thine! Even when they oil the wheels of their wagons, they are mindful of Thee, and commune with Thee." And when he heard a thief boasting to confederates of the night's haul, the Rabbi commented: "It is still a long time to Selichoth; yet the man has already begun to confess his I sins," His attitude to the sinner was truly saintly. I He was constantly striving "to love a good Jew las mueh as God loves a wicked one." Heis reputt a to have told an inveterate evil-doer: "I actually envy you. For if you would only repent and return wholeheartedly to our Father in Heaven, a ray of light would go forth out of evenone rf vour transgressions, and you would be lumuii^f. altogether." Prof. Harry A. Wolfson (left), of Harvard University, receives the first Hillel Academic Award for "a half century of monumental scholarship" at a convocation on the Harvard campus commemorating the 40th anniversary of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations. Dr. Wolfson, one of the world's leading Jewish scholars, held the first chair in Judaic studies established at an American university. Dr. Abram L. Sachar (center*, president of Brandeis University and honorary Hillel chairman, and Dr. William Haber, of Ann Arbor, Mich., present the medallion. If his anger was ever roused, it was always in the cause of Israel, whom he defended fiercely against the itinerant Maggidim who would castigate the assembled congregations with "fire, flame and brimstone." When he heard a preacher accusing the people of a multitude of sins, he protested vigorously: "Lord of the Universe! This poor Maggid complains bitterly against thy people because that is how he earns his livelihood. Give him, I beg of You, his daily bread, and save him the necessity of defaming your holy nation." The Berditshever was equally distressed wnen he heard another Rabbi publicly admonish a congregant for the hasty and indecorous manner in which he was reciting his prayers. Said the Berditshever: "It is wrong to critime a Jew, and on such grounds. God will surely understand him, just as a loving mother understands the mumblings, seemingly unintelligible, of her little child." On the Days of Judgment, on Rosh Hashona and on Yom Kippur, the Great Advocate excelled himself. The House of Israel was on trial; the Continued on> P*.je 13-€ GREETINGS ROYAL PALM ICE CO. CORAL GABLES ALL WORK GUARANTEED SPOLTER ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, INC. Distributors of Electrical Supplies, Lamps and Accessories, Lighting Fixtures 6700 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-2738 GREETINGS It's Clean — It Wears Longer ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. PAVING WITH PLANT MIXED ASPHALT 1000 NW 57th Avenue MO 7-2551 P.O. 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Friday, September 20, 1963 > k-ni\l IkjiJur Page SC Major Stories of the Past Jewish Year By BEN GALLOB I F, as the philosophers put it. the past is prologue to the future, a glance at the events of the past Jewish year may have utilitarian, as well as conversational values. Out of the welter of such events, a choice must be made and herewith are offered the major stories of the Jewish year 5723, as selected by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. What are surely the two top events of that year both originated in Washington. One was the Supreme Court decision barring recitation of the Lord's Prayer and Bible reading as a religious exercise in public schools. Unlike the decision in June, 1962. which ruled out only a New York Regents' prayer from use in the public schools of that state, the second decision was both sweeping and specific. Again, unlike the 1962 decision. ji did not call forth a storm of denunciation from Christian groups, although there wire protests. The significance of the ruling as a Jewish story was clear: it fully sustained the majority Jewish viewpoint that the most certain safety for all religious groups in the pluralistic American society rested on the denial of government support to the practices of any of them Israel Rebuffed The other Washington story was the announcement that the United States, in a major Middle East policy reversal, would sell to Israel its super<>nic ground-to-air Hawk missiles. It was an offering bearing a $25,000,000 price tag, but it was heartily welcomed by Israel, both for the value of the missiles in deterring any plans by Egyptian dictator Nasser to turn his Soviet-made bombers loose on Israel's packed cities, and for the indication that the United States had jettisoned a long-standing policy that it would not escalate the Middle East arms race by providing arms to Israel, despite the unending flow of Soviet weapops to the neighboring Arab countries. On the debit side for Israel was the flat rebulf, during negotiations with the European Economic Community, to Israel's hopes for a comprehensive trade agreement to protect its booming exports to the six European Common Market countries. Two rounds of talks yielded only an offer to ease Euromart tariffs on three relatively I ivial items on the list of 150 Israeli products exported to the Euromart nations—fertilizers, bathing suits and grapefruit. The Israeli negot ators declined the offer, and suggested a list of technical proposals which they indicated they hoped would lead to more generous concessions. Ber-Gurion Resigns Another major development was the resignation of David Bcn-Gurion as Prime Minister. UN Secretary General U Thant receives a presentation copy of "The Great Question," an action guidebook published by 34 voluntary national organizations to mark the 15th anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Making the presentation are Marietta P. Tree (left), U.S. representative to the Commission on Human Rights, and Mrs. Ethel C. Phillips (center), publications director of the American Jewish Committee, chairman of the Committtee for "The Great Question." The old \VBirior had resigned before, but this time, he also quit as a member of Israel's Parliament. Though he reversed that Knesset resignation under pressure of his Mapai colleagues, it appeared that the 76-year-old leader really meant to let go of the levers of power he has held so long, although not to retire to pasture. He made it plain that there were a number of projects—such as unifying Israel's doctrine-bedeviled labor parties and helping hoist the economie and cultural levels of Israel': Oriental newcomers—which he felt he could usefully push as a more or less private citizen. Much Jewish consideration was focussed during the past year on Rome. In the long history ol the Catholic Papacy, there were few Popes to manifest so sincere a regard for Jews as had Pope John XXHI In his brief reign, he demonstrate! that among the reforms he felt Roman Catholicism urgently needed in the broiling twentieth Continued on Page 10-C SEASON'S GREETINGS LOUIS... Your Hairdresser Beauty SALON 1735 CORAL WAY WHERE INDIVIDUAL SERVICE 13 GIVEN SPECIALIZING IN ALL BRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE Phone HI 8-4328 To All Greetings C. & H. ELECTRIC CO. Complete Electric Motor Repairs Marine & Electrical Service 1352 NE 1st Ave. Phone FR 9-2967 JAMES L. ROPER, Prop. NEW YEAR GREETINGS in;\\i\(i PI..VSTIC TOPS, INC. SINK TOPS GENERAL FORMICA TOPS 3330 N.W. 48th STREET Ph. 633-8023 NEW YEAR GREETINGS from SELMA BARNETT STAR'S BEAUTY & BARBER SUPPLY 5805 SUNSET DRIVE Ph. 661-3262 GREEN BROOK CORP. R. SOLOVCI, President 1055 E. 16th STREET Hialeah HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS BENNES LETTER SERVICE OFFSET PRINTERS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. 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Pcrae 6-C vJewist ncridflair Friday, September 20, 1963 5724 # Happy New Year As you face the new yeor with vision and courage, please accept the sincere wishes of your many good friends here who stand ready ... always to help you to make your future brighter and happier. I. ALBERT PAL LOT. Pr.iident BISO-A.Y2STE FI Savings and Loan Association IISCATNE SOUlEVAtO AT lSth STRUT fffMML FIORIDA NORTHSIDE BRANCH: N.W. 27th AT 79h ST. CORAL WAY BRANCH: 1600 Coral Way 1963 *\2S&. I Season's Greetings WOMETCO Enterprises, Inc. MITCHELL WQLFSON, President > WTVJ Channel 4 •• MIAMI SEAQUARIUM • WOMETCO THEATRES • WOMETCO VENDING GREETINGS EARLE JOHNSON PLUMBING, INC. BRIGGS FIXTURES • RALEIGH HEATERS CONTRACTING REPAIRS SUPPLIES Emergency Service -7V Plumbing Fixtures & Supplies PL 1-3684 • Electric Sewer Cleaning 1555 N.E. 123rd STREET North Miami Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday Take Out • CATERING Eat In KRISPEE CHICKEN 471 S. DIXIE HWY. 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But this has happened to much better people than I. When Jack London came from California for the first time he asked his friends to tell him about the East End but none of them could help. So he jumped into a hansom cab and ordered the driver to take him to the East End. The driver was puzzled, and did not known where to go. At the time, in 1902. three hundred thousand people lived in the East End. But. of course, the East End does exist. It is, in fact, the huge area stretching along the River Thames from Aldgate on the iringe of the Cit yto the County of Essex. Many people who City to the County of Essex. Many people who living in the East End. But they are not part of it. Only those who live there, whether Jews. Irish Catholics, Anglicans, free Churchmen, Hindus. Muslims, Eikhs, black, white, yellow or brown, are East Enders. You have to spend your nights there to qualify. Great Luck The. people of the East End are friendly, helpful, humorous, tough, enduring and likeable. They hare a great capacity for amusing themselves. They take crises and dangers in their stride. But their greatest quality is neighborliness, the result of a long struggle against poverty and misfortune which came to an end only with the advent of the Welfare State in England after World War II. Even today the rat race is outside their comprehension. Not so long a,go, it was a piece of great good luck in the East End to have two days work a week. And the sweat shops of the East End had become notorious all over the world. Archbishop Appleton. of Perth, Australia, who served as a Church of England archdeacon in the East End for many years, said the other day that the most heroic characters had been the East End mothers, who struggled endlessly to feed their families on a meagre income, or national assistance, and never gave up. Their gallantry remains unsung. Today, poverty has vanished for good but slum conGreeted by members of the family, Mrs. Paula Ben-Gurion, wife of Israel's former Prime Minister, arrives at Lod Airport Israel after participating in the naming ceremony of the Israel flagship SS Shalom, which took place at St. Nazaire, France. Left to right are Mr. Leshcm, a son-in-law; Mrs. Amos Ben-Gurion. a daughter-in-law; Mrs. Paula Ben-Gurion and youngest grandchild; the former Prime Minister; the eldest granddaughter, Mrs. Renana Lesham; Amos BenGurion, and his son. ditions still exist here and there, and it will take many years before the whole area is free of slums. Still, the East Enders don"t complain. Ashley Smith tells the story of a rainy day in East London—and this has to be experienced in order to know what it means in terms of wetness and misery. He was sheltering in the Victorian portico of a pub. Next to him was an East End workman. The man was smoking his pipe silently for .1 time and then took it out of his mouth and remarked: "We dont know how lucky we are; have you read about the gales and floods in Wiltshire?" (A lush and wealthy agricultural county.) Out oi the twenty eight boroughs that comprise London, five arc in the End End: Stepney, Hackney. Poplar. Bethnal Green and Shoreditch. They have a total population of nearly half a million. Whitechapel, a name and landmark in Jewish history, is in the East End, as everybody who has read his Zangwill ("The Children of the Ghetto") would know. It is, in fact, part of the Borough of Stepney. Not all East End Jews actually lived in Whitechapel even in its hey day. FOR THE very Best IN TEMPORARY OFFICE HELP CALL FOR "The Girl in the White Gloves MANPOWER INC. TYritTS.tTtNOS.OrriL'EWOIlKlltS Miami FR 3-7618 Ft. Lauderdale 525-5148 GREETINGS A. J. 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Friday. September 20, 1963 + Jewish fhorkUan Page 7-C But most of their institutions happened to be concentrated there, and so the name came to denote W the whole of the Jewish habitat in the East End of London. Huguenots Came The Jews were not the first foreigners to come to the East End. It has a very old tradition of harboring persecuted people. The Huguenots came to the East End after the massacre of St. Bartholomew's Day. in 1572. When the Edict of Nantes was revoked in 1685. some eighty thousand more Huguenots came to England, and of them some 13 thousand settled in the East End. Traces of this settlement arc still to be found in the Bast End; French surnames for unlikely back alleys of warehouses and scrap yards; French surnames borne by East Enders. Most of the Irish came after the potato famine of 1846 and soon numbered one hundred thousand. They are Catholic-, of course, and hence the larger number of Catholic churches ia the area. And Irish names. *, too, but those are to be found everywhere in England. Almost all the Jews came to the East End between 1880 and 1914. There were in the area some Sephardi Jews from before (the Sephardim came to England in the resettlement of 1656) but not many; the bulk of them lived in the city and to the west of it. The East End Jews came from Russia, Poland and Rumania. Their language was Yiddish and their dress and habits were, naturally, those of Eastern European Jews. Nevertheless, they lelt at home in a district where the population was so mixed and variegated. Elsewhere, English society is notoriously unabsorbent. Here the Jews, like the Huguenots and the Irish Catholics, continued their own way of life. The various groups of the population mingled freely during business hours, but went their own ways in the evenings and on their Sabbath days. Yet, there prevailed a spirit c friendliness and ncighborliness, and people in distress were always given a helping hand. The Jcwlkh contribution to the collective effort of earning a living in the East End was the pioneering of the tailoring, cabinet-making and % shoemaking industries. It is not strictly true that the Jews have left the East End and that Whitechapel has been taken over by the Negroes, as some Jewish writers, who do not know the East End, like to assert. Actually, thirty thousand Jews still live in the East End. Those who work, or do business there are not included in this figure. Jws Increasing Strange as it may seem, the number of Jews in the East End is actually increasing. Some of the children of those who left the East End for "better" districts in the metropolis are no longer in business or the trades; they are professional people; and some of them prefer the atmosphere of the colorful East End to the lower middle class dormitories of Golders Green in the North West. The usual civilized amenities are available in the new housing estates of the East End. It is even safer there than in some central ( istricts. After the war, I was lecturing occasionally in an East End youth club and people used to warn me: "They will cut your tires" 1 ignored it. Needless to say, nobody touched my car. I simply parked it outside the club. "Don't worry, Sir, we will keep an eye on your car," said one ol the boys. Nowadays I am often greeted cheerfully by former members of the club as 1 walk through the back streets of the East End. It makes me feel at home. One of the boys in the club, who became a cabinet maker in due course, presented me with a bookshelf A remaikable institution operating in the East End since the middle thirties is the Council of Citizens of East London, which includes representatives of all the faiths and races in the area. It was founded thirty years ago to fight racial and religious prejudice. It is still active but these days it take a long term view, since it does not have to deal with immediate tensions. This in itself is a measure of the success of this institution. 'Strange' People Ur.noticed During the clashes between whites and Negroes in Notting Hill Gate, West London, and Nottingham, a few years ago, the East End remained unruffled. Today the Council of Citizens is a purely educational body, working on the assumption that good .citizenship starts in the kindergarten. The methods of work are conferences for school children, mobile exhibitions, films, publications, meetings of teachers, social workers and religious mentors. The aim is tolerance. It has been shown that one of the most effective ways of fostering tolerance is for various groups to play together, in other words, to spend leisure time together. One of the Council's publications is "Our East End." Another one is, "One God, the Way He is Worshiped and Served." It explains the religious customs of the Anglicans, Catholics, Free Churches and Jews. The book does not indulge in explaining the philosophies of the various faiths; it assumes they are all valid and explains how each is practiced and observed. PeopK' with side curls wearing long black garbs may be "funny," but so are elderly bishops with spindly legs wearing white gaiters. "Once you know what it is all about, you don't notice it," an East Ender said the other day. The great thing about the East End is that "strange" people are not noticed there. I IIIFARR FAMILY EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer EXTEND TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL GREETINGS MILLER COIN LAUNDRY. INC. DISTRIBUTOR SERVICE 4755 NW 2nd AVE. PL 8-3639 E. STRECKER Truck Body Builders 724 N. W. 21st Street Extending to you a in every way a HAPPY NEW YEAR ""sw *2 fc • r 4 BIRD ^^BiuyujJiifrijJjB^ MraliM Tl % > % 


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Page S-C lewis* flerkUar Friday, September 20. 1963 THE OFFICERS, PIRECTORS AND STAFF OF FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS extend our best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OK MIAMI Downtown: Branch: 101 N.E. 1st Avenue Biscayne Shopping Plaza HAPPY NEW YEAR from t'Oi N.I. • 301 N.W. 29th Street MIAMI COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. LEHIGH ACRES Wishes You and Your Families A Most Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR 845 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach BILL AUSTIN FORD, Inc. HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE "WE APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU" 3S01 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone NE 5-0311 SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC. 3475 N.W. 151st STREET Opa-locka Phone MU 1-8511 "WHOLESALE ONLY" It I I h[' S ON THE BOULEVARD 79th ST. I BISCAYNE A COMPLETE FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR JACK JUSTICE, Realtor THE SURFSIDE REALTOR "Justice for Buyer and Seller" UN 64211 Israel Bond investments are helping speed the development of all parts of Israel's economy. Top left, crates of oranges, whose production this year is at a record level, are unloaded from railroad cars at Haifa harbor for export. Top right, a 14-story commercial building goes up overlooking the Haifa port area. Bottom left, new homes are built for immigrants in Ashdod, where the new port under construction will be the principal outlet to the West for citrus and other products of the Negev. Bottom right, phosphate ore, which is expected to be the foundation of a greatly enlarged chemical industry in Israel, is enriched at the plant in Oron. A Harvest of Faith and Achievement By LEVI ESHKOL Prime Minister State of Israel •SEVERAL months ago, we began the redemption • of the first Israel Independence Savings Bonds, which were issued 12 years ago. We are happy that we are in a position to repay these bonds as specified in the prospectus, 150 cents on the dollar. Those who had faith in us 12 years ago are reaping, in addition to payments of interest, a harvest of self-satisfaction and the gratitude of their brethren who have been re-gathered in their reborn homeland. The Independence Issue of State of Israel Bonds is history now. The record of the past 12 years proves, without any question, that State of Israel Bonds were and are still a good investment, both tor the purchaser and for Israel. Bleak Position In May of 1951, when these Israel Bonds which we row redeem were purchased, our infant State was faced with dire need. Agriculture, disrupted by our War of Independence, could not leed the hundreds of thousands of immigrants flooding our shores. Housing was inadequate for our growing population. Industry was non-existHoliday Greetings To All Our Friends and Customers CAT0 MACHINE WORKS Siegfried Maschkowski, Owner Trailers & Drag Line Parts Gensral Machine Works A Welding 2991 N.W. No. River Dr. NE 4-9011 4f GUARANTY TITLE t ABSTRACT CORP. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE ROOM 206 BISCAYNE BUILDING SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM MANDEL & CO. 1611 ALTON ROAD CARPETS JE 1-1867 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS MIAMI'S FINEST HOUSE OF HOO 1819 79th STREET CAUSEWAY Phone 865-5768 GREETINGS TO ALL Coral Gables Texaco Service NEW MANAGEMENT liAWMafLSS! • SUPR GASOLINE HAVOUNE MOTOR OILS • MARFAX LUBRICATION "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS" 400 South Dixie Hwy. MO 7-2365 r 23



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Friday, September 20, 1963 ki*l rkriar&n Page 9-C ent ior practical purposes. No natural resources were being exploited. Our merchant fleet consisted' of a few tiny reconditioned blockade runners Vich brought Hlegal immigrants from the rcmnai'.'s of the Hitler death camps to join us iri a n--v life. Unemployment was high and galloping illation played havoc with our economy. Biia was our position when we turned to our trierxi a and said: "The philanthropic help you have been giving us up to now is not enough. In additiOl wc need your investment capital to build a strong economy." T!.' was the beginning of the Israel Bond camj>.t.-n. That was over $600,000,000 ago. With the n i of these funds and loans from other source lUCh as the World Bank, our picture has changi I radically. Oi i population has more than doubled from about I M million to over two and a quarter million, housing has been provided for the million and a a lt newcomers who once lived in the tin huts and tents of the immigrant transit centers. Wc hav< lounded more than 650 agricultural villages and towns. We have built new cities in the Negev, oringirg life to the empty and neglected southern halt of our country. W% have drilled wells, built reservoirs and laid Irrigation piping. We supply almost all our requiri menta in food for our population which i-'ill .rowing from day to day Marvels of Achievement VV' have discovered gas and oil. We mine coppi phosphates, kaolin and flint clay. We are exploiting the rich treasures of potash and bromine from the Dead Sea. We have a merchant leet of nearly one million dead weight tons mai i i> of (he most modern ships, calling at porti over the seven seas. We have established a modi -t but modern shipyard of our own near Haifa. We have expanded the port at Elath on I he tod Sea. We have undertaken the construction i a deep sea port at Ashdod on the Mcditcrrai i %  Whave constructed a network of fine modern highways to link every part of the country. Some 0( these, such as the Beersheba-S'dom road, and tl • ArudS'dom road, are mavels of engineerin 'j. Whave no unemployment and. following the devaluation of our currency more than a year ago, Our economy reached the threshold of stability. C citizens have willingly shouldered the burdenof this development effort. During the past >ear prices have remained table. Wages have reen frozen. We have gone all-out to increase efficiency and eliminate waste. We are artificially retarding growth in consumption and impro.t-mePt in our standard of living. We have raiser internal loans and encouraged an increase in private savings to bolster our supply of devel npmen? capital. Wo have boosted our exports to the point %  **:. .--•A group of farm workers in the B'sor region sort and pack tomatoes from their latest harvest. With the help of Israel Bonds, Israel now grows over 75 percent o' its domestic food reguirements, and has successfully developed commercial crops like cotton, sugar beets and peanuts. In addition, the newly-developed B'sor region is growing winter tomatoes, winter potatoes and other new crops for home use and export to Europe, where there is a great demand for off-season crops from Israel. where they cover 54 cents of every import dollar. The United States has also benefited from our progress. Our imports have risen to match our growing population and its needs, and Israel is now a better customer for the United States. In 1D62 alone we imported $207,686,000 in goods from the U.S. All this has been made possible with the help of Israel Bond investments. Aid Not Necessary Recently, the U.S. State Department told the Congress that we had made sufficient progress and had used the money given to us so well that economic grants-in-aid arc no longer necessary. Those who carry the burden of financing an economy in the making, and a nation in the making, may not wish to agree with these conclusions, but they can nevertheless take pride in this compliment, and those who have supported the Israel Bond drive can also take pride in it. It is important to realize that, as the Indc Continued on Page 12-C TO ALL OUR FRIENDS HAPPY HOLIDAYS S. Martinz & Associates FORMERLY DELL'S UPHOLSTERING) COMPLETE OPERATION CUSTOM FURNITURE 340 East 29th Street Hialeah, Fla. Phone 691-9311 GR> ETINGS For the Finest Apartment at Moderate Rates CALL PL 9-8733 BONDED RENTAL AGENCY, Inc. M.naging and Maintaining More than 10,000 Housing Units In Dade'and Broward Counties 12 Convenient Locations MAIN OFFICE 4150 N.W. 7th AVE. 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M^BHHMBBi Page IOC *. *m>i*Jh flvridmn Friday. September 20, 1363 To the Jewhh Community in South Florida We Extend Sincere Greetings' During the Holiday Season and Best Wishes for Continued Happiness all through the New Year V THE MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB ICE CREAM DAIRY PRODUCTS Extends to All Their Jewish Friends SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEALTEST FOODS DIVISION National Dairy Products Corporation P.O. Box 52-95, Miami, Florida FR 9-6501 THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA extends its best wishes for a peaceful and joyous NEW YEAR to its many patrons and friends who have helped make this season a success. GREETINGS FLORIDA SAFE SERVICE CO. if BANK FIXTURES Florida Manufacturers of Drive & Walk-Up Windows Night & Envelope 'Depositories TELLERS LOCKS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES "Specialists in Bank Equipment" 511 N.W. 72nd STREET PL 7-0982 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR COUNTRY CLUB < I I \M Its •RY CLEANING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IRVING SCHWAN 401 P£JUUN£ AVE. RSMUMfi Ph. 238-0621 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW LOCATION KANE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. ALFRED B. KANE 1001 N.E. 125th STREET Ph. 754-9523 Majcr Stories of the Past Jewish Year Continued from P*9* 5-C century, was action to end religiously-based antagonism and hostility toward Jews. His passing was a cause of profound grief for Jews, as well as for many other nor.-Catholies. Pop* John's Death It was a passing which posed a specific question for lews. Pope John, who convened the first Ecumenical Council in centuries, was known to have assigned to Auguste Cardinal Bea, the planner of the Council, the task of working out a statement of church opposition to anti-Semitism. With the Pope's passing, the Council came to an end and with it Cardinal Bea's assignment on the antiSemitism issue. Pope Paul VI made it evident, soon after his coronation, that he intended to reconvene the CouncH. What was left uncertain in the immediate transition of papacies was the future of the anti-Semitism statement. On that question, an otherwise fairly routine plenary session of the National Community Relations Advisory Council became the dramatic setting for i comment by a Jesuit that the Council probably would not approve such a statement, and a quick denial from Rome that he had authority to make such a prediction. Father Gustave Wcigel, a Woodstock College faculty member, told the NCRAC community leaders it was his opinion that the bishops would not approve such a statement out of concern for Catholics in Arab countries. Within 24 hours, sources high in the Vatican disavowed his authority to make such a prediction. News usually implies change, but there can also be a situation in which continuation of a situation is news. Then, there was no abatement during the year in the continued harassment of Jews in the Soviet Union. Nor was there any decline in the flow of denunciations of the Soviets for their treatment of Soviet Jews. The list of critics was impressive—many of the free countries before various forums of the United Nations, Parliamentary bodies, trade unions, clergymen, both Jewish and Christian, and leading intellectuals. Soviet Premier Stung The unrelenting criticism stung Soviet Chief Nikita Khrushchev to a reply in the form of a letter to one of those intellectuals. Lord Bertrand Russell, who had twice written letters on the abysmal plight of Soviet Jewry. The Soviet leader replied to the first letter with the pious assertion that 'there is not and never has been an anti-Semitic policy in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics because our multi-national socialist state excludes the possibility of such a policy." Gov. Richard I. Hughes (center), of New Jersey, received a nearly 2,000-year-old clay lamp, recovered from archaeological digging in Israel, in recognition of his "outstanding devotion to the cause of human freedom and the saving of human life." Making the presentation in Princeton, for top leaders of New Jersey's United Jewish Appeal 25th anniversary campaign were Henry Orenstein (left), prominent manufacturer who arrived in the U.S. as a refugee in 1945, and UJA General Chairman Joseph Meyerhoff. The disclaimer might have been a little more convincing if Edward Crankshaw, a British expert on Kremlinology. had not reported that Khrushchev told a meeting in Moscow last December that Jews should r.ot be given top posts in the Soviet hierarchy because "this only provokes popular resentment." The occasion was a meeting on modern trends in the arts at which a heated discussion broke out about anti-Semitism. During the discussion, Khrushchev severely criticized Yevgeny Yevtushenko, whose poem, "Babi Yar" had been widely interpreted in the west— and apparently also by Khrushchev—as an attack on lingering anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. Israel's status as a "Little Cold War" victim became a matter of judicial interest in—of all places—a court in rigidly-neutral Switzerland. A blunt indictment of Nasser" s warlike postures and plans against Israel emerged from a court in Basle. The court tried and found guilty two alleged Isrr-eli agents, who had been arrested on HOLIDAY GREETINGS •ffII!f#M/".S GULF Service Station 1725 NE 79th ST. (CAUSEWAY) NORTH BAY VILLAGE Phone UN 5-9268 JIMMY VARRONE o Our Many friends and Patrons. A MOST HAPPY NEW MR GREETING CARDS & OFFICE SUPPLIES CORDELMA'S CAKB SMiOP 15 W. FLAGLER ST. GREETINGS A. 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ly. September 20, 1963 Jewish HmrMmm Page 11-C irges that they tried to stop West German tist Paul Gocrckc from his work on adliced weapons systems in Egypt by coercing daughter, Stressing Switzerland's historic neutrality in' quarrels between other nations, the court, nevtieli's-. refused to send the two men to jail. en, discarding neutrality temporarily, the six \%cs said they could not avoid a finding that ypt w^s planning to annihilate Israel and that West German scientists on Nasser's payroll \rc guilty of abetting those designs. West German Scientists The arrest of the alleged agents in turn toucholf a minor crisis in Israel, where the issue of alions with any German regime is explosive. Israel Government formally accused West rmany ol failing to act on the issue of the sntists. A byproduct of that charge was that i-Gunon, then Prime Minister, reportedly beie infuriated over the manner in which the aeli campaign against the scientists was hani, and forced the resignation of Israel's anonyjs security services chief. )n the American scene, a major event was the ebration of the 25th anniversary of the United ivish Appeal, that unique humanitarian organithrough which Jews and friends of Jews ve given nearly one and a halt billion dollars | succor Jews in need throughout the world, and | aid the Jewish survivors of the Hitler holocaust no sought and found sanctuary in Israel. One the UJA's major porblems for years to come >uld be to help the integration of the more than 0,000 Jews who fled from a xenophobically-infcpendent Algeria to France, and almosi overIght made the French Jewish community the ^urth largest in the world. The ambivalence of government policy toward rabian bias against American Jews was dramlized in treatment of the issue in New York and rashington. In New York, the State Commission lr Human Rights finally forced the ArabianAmerican Oil Company (ARAMCO) to abandon its Mi-Jewish hiring policies, a fight opened six cars before by the American Jewish Congress. in ARAMCO contention, in the hearing preced>§ the ARAMCO no-bias agreement, was that it ad been given State Department clearance to preen out Jewish applicants for jobs in Saudi %  rabia, where the company operates a huge oilMteCtiag complex. The commission found ARAMO cuilty as charged, and the company signed an ereement to end such discrimination. Subse|uently, a commission examiner reported that lHAMCO was abiding by the agreement. National Retrogression At the national level, there were retrogressions well as advances on the issue. The United States Defense Department disclosed that Jewish btrsonnel were among American servicemen sent |o Saudi Arabia for joint military maneuvers. David I. Young, of Cincinnati (center), an attorney who enrolled 406 B'nai B'rith members, a record number, to win the organization's annual membership contest, receives congratulations from Label A. Katz, president of B'nai B'rith (left), and Dr. William Wexler, of Savannah, chairman of its Membership Cabinet. Young won a trip for two to Paris. A new campaign, focused on the organization's 120th anniversary year, begins in October with a goal of 50,000 members. Saudi Arabia denied the report, but the United States indicated it had no intention of screening out Jewish personnel sent to the feudal Arab kingdom to aid in its defense against empire-hungry Nasser. The State Department, however, continued to resist all efforts to write into United States foreign aid measures clauses to cut off aid from countries which discriminated against American Jews and which—like Egypt—used American funds to make possible purchase of offensive weapons from the Soviets to ooost their war-making capacity against Israel. At a press conference. President Kennedy indicated he would ignore an amendment to the current foreign aid bill giving him discretionary authority to cut off U.S. aid in such situations. These were the major events of the Jewish year, selected from many on the likelihood that they would continue to have significant impact on the problems, perils and prospects for many sections of the world Jewish family in the years ahead. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS /MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS Florida Inter-Island Shipping Corp. CHARTER SHIPPING TO ISLANDS PIER No. 3 Ph. 379-1516 TO ALL Season's Best Wishes FRED WHITEHEAD GREETINGS LOUIS R. CLERICO. 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Pago 12-C *Jewisti ntrkUam Friday. September 20, 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Arvey /m'JA /w o> /t/r///< ./w//////t 'ew SAM TRAURIG and WALTER TRAURIG Extend Best Wishes to all their friends for a Happy New Year ALL FORMS OF IC MIAMI, FLORIDA s M31 COftAl WAT Pti.n. Ml t-1771 TO ALL GREETINGS HERM GELLER CONSTRUCTION CO. 3201 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE Hallandale, Florida Wl 5-3011 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 9401 HARDING AVENUE Surfside Gulf Service Station Phone UN 6-2324 FRANK AYLOR MR. and MRS. SAM SII ill \ and daughter Harriette Marsha MR. and MRS. MARVIN GILLMAN and son, Edward Warren EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MEETINGS FROM GAIET SANTINA CMC CLOTHES AT WORKING GIRL PRKES ... ALMOST NIJ SHOPPE COOKTAIl GOWNS CASUAL WEAR W Sell for Tou on Consignment Basis 3773 BIRD ROAD HI 3-2414 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR IDEAL INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. JIM LEVENSON 'SAM SHUPACK 1457 N.W. 36ttt STREET MIAMI, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS ABC AITO RADIATOR CO. 6200 N.W. 27th AVENUE OX 1-2221 A Harvest of Faith and Achievement --.• TwrtKtMd" from Pag 9-C pendcncc Issue of State of Israel Bonds, which is now being redeemed, was followed by the Development Issue, and that in turn was followed by the current Second Development Issue, there will no doubt be additional issues of Israel Bonds. Despite the heartening progress, we still have a long road to travel. Our rate of immigration is high—higher than it has been within the past decade. We must have more houses and schools and hospitals, more factories i.nd more jobs, more food and more farms—in short, more development. We must export more to close the gap in our balance of trade. In addition, we have an ever-present problem of security We must keep our economy growing and developing to support our defense establishment. Rail Link to Elath We still need the help and the partnership of the buyers of Israel Bonds and the sellers of Israel Bonds. By the end of this decade, our population should be nearing the three million mark. The job ci settling the Negev is still before us. We shall have to build a rail link from Bcersheba to Elath. Along it we shall construct a network of cities and villages. We must intensify the search for and the exploitation of natural resources. The future of our country is in the development of the Negev. Aside from the geographical Negev of our country, there is another development task which has become urgent. I would call it our educational Negev. Our population has been ingathered from the four corners of the world, from more than 100 countries, some of them backward and underdeveloped. In this world of science and technology, education holds the key to economic progress. We are not poor in brains and know-how, but we need additional trained and educated men and women to keep us abreast, even in the forefront in some cases, of scientific and technical progress. We already possess fine institutions of higher education such as the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the Bar Ilan University in Tel Aviv, the Institute of Technology in Haifa, and the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth. We have an integrated public school system, trade schools, Yeshivoth, but these are still not sufficient for our needs. We must develop an economy strong enough to support a program of full, free secondary school education for our children, and we want to aim even higher than this. We are already demonstrating that a small nation, poor in natural resources, undergoing a population explosion and hemmed in with military and political problems, can overcome these The southern part of Israel will rapidly begin to approach the economic development of the north upon the completion in 1964 of the irrigation system which will bring water from the Sea of Galilee to the Negev. Shown here is the Wadi Amud section of Israel's National Water Project, where construction work is nearing completion with the assistance of Israel Bond investments. Eventually this major Israel Bond project will bring billions of gallons of water to the desert each year, for use in the new development communities, new farms and new industrial enterprises of the Negev. handicaps by its brainpower and by mobilizing its spiritual strength. We are living proof that a bold and imaginative development program, backed by technical capability and properly directed financial assistance, can work near miracles in a marginal ccon % omy. The successful application of Israel Bo;d investment capital has paid an additional dividend. Our progress has caught the attention of the new and developing nations, especially in Africa and the Far East. They have been particularly inspired >y the example of a free, democratic nation marshalling its resources for development aimed at providing a better and more dignified way of life for its citizens. In a modest way, we have been table to pass on to some of our sister nations the benefits of our experience, our know-how an i even the dedication of our best people. HAPPY NEW YEAR WAYE.MJ MANUFACTURERS OF BIKINIS 229 N.E. 65th STREET Ph. 754-3211 GREETINGS A. & B. WINICK Auto Radiator Service SERVICE & REPAIRS All Work Guaranteed ANY MAKE OF CAR 3218 N.W. 54m STREET Phone 635-5337 HAPPY NEW YEAR STANDARD OIL SERVICE QUALITY PLUS SERVICE KEN HAWKINS 1148 So. 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lay. September 20, 1963 fJewisli fhrldttan Page 13-C 'resident Ben-Zvi: The Ascetic Prince Continued from Pa§e 4-C i j the ascetic prince drawn by Erasmus BC ftr lite". W'Ben tltf was MM TrCSWcnt tir52, Htn-Zvi was living in a prefabricated shack, a m which he refused to move; but finally he Itened to reason, and agreed to move into a .use in Jerusalem, which is like scores of other pusc:; in the Rehavia section. One walking by Jmilri not stop to look at the house except for |e fart that a sentry stands near the door. And there are stories about the sentry. Imloditatly after his election, the government sent ker a soldier to stand guard in front of the hngalow. Tne President objected, but he was verruled. After a few hours, the President cared a chair outside and urged the young man sit down; and every few hours the President Irough*. out to the man a cup of coffee or tea. ; espite the duties of his office, the President >:: I time each day to study, and every week |iwe;' over to the Hebrew University to study ft th< Institute for Research in Jewish Middle East ( mmunities. He continued to attend Sablath Bad holiday services at the small synagogue I ehavia, which he preferred to the more lmI -vnagogues; and every Sabbath day he atlendei study group which was devoted to some lacred text, and sat at the table with rabbis and professors, and himself occasionally (! a "Dvar Torah."" Objected to Raise ntly, when the government raised the |l' t's salary to $6,000 per year, which is Lust %  lut the average for the head of a family I ruled States, President Ben-Zvi objected. Itt ii mpelled to accept it. he said that he would I i iall for scholarly research. Like Socrates, I IOI want to have more money than all I lan could carry. -nine sixty \ears he worked in the field larsbip and had published books and i.. in archaeology, the Jewish Labor movemcr.l and especially on the small Jewish sects ups, such as the Karaites, the Samaritans. the B'nai Israel of India, and similar groups. He ight ways to befriend members of these ,.i i whom he invited to his home. Thi '. we see in Yitzhak Ben-Zvi more than other king or president the portrait of the prince as drawn by Erasmus, and the very opposite oi the picture drawn by the prophet Sammi His pleasures were all intellectual and spiriie was a student every day of his life, and he livod the life of an ascetic. He knew intimately th< and and its peoples, and their lives, cusIon nd history. In iis person Yitzhak Ben-Zvi concretized the i' ideal of "Torah ugedulah bemokam echod" --President Ben-Zvi in conversation with the heads of the Eastern Churches in Israel. —man uniting in himself great learning and greatness of character and position. Even as Israel has become a model for nations, so YMzhak Ben-Zvi may serve as a model for the princes of all nations. His death in April is still ni!Hi;-ned. The Berditshever Continued from Page 3-C Heavenly Tribunal was assembled: all his legal faculties, his powers of eloquence and oratory, were called for and were fearlessly employed In a famous colloquy, that has been set to music. he pleaded: "Tell me. O Lord, what hast Thou against Israel? Thou hast written in Thy Holy Torah 'speak.' Unto whom? Unto Israel. Thou has written "say." Unto whom? Unto Israel. Hast thou no other nation to instruct in thy Law? Thou hast chosen Israel. Have mercy therefore upon Israel." Emotion was not the only weapon in his armor)'. He would seize upon every technicality to procure an acquittal. When Rosh Hashona occurred on a Sabbath, he seized the opportunity offered: "O God. thou hast forbidden us to write on the holy Sabbath except in order to save a life. Write us down therefore for Life, as otherwise Thou mayest not write on the Sabbath." Like all great advocates, he would often use Continued on Page 14-C ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS WINSTON W. WYNNE TO ALL GREETINGS NUTA'S MARINE EQUIPMENT, INC. Through the Years Quality & Service' LOUIS NUTA, JR. 1871 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE Phone 633-6391 GREETINGS TO ALL CHALLENGER MARINE & CRISS CRAFT BrSCAYNE BOULEVARD at 133rd STREET Wl 7-4472 SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL TEFFT'S GOWNS BRIDAL & EVENING WEAR 3546 Coral Way HI 3-61 12 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL TOLIN MANUFACTURING CORP. 3729 NW 80th STREET OX 1-1213 S. J. EISENBERG, Pres. To All Our Friends & Patrons NEW YEAR GREETINGS BARKIN ENVELOPE MFG. CO. 2740 SW 28th LANE Miami Phone HI 3-7598 HARRY BARKIN ...41 A. ^Tyest LAJishes jor ^/4


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NE 5-0857 GREETINGS A GRADE GAS FOR.EVERY CAR SILK'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION OUR SERVICE IS WITH A SMILE 2181 SW 67th Avenue MO 1-9229 ro AII ... stASoirs GREETINGS Mrs. iMlhviT. liartlisun t ASSOCIATES CONSTABLE, DISTRICT NO. 3 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Bernie Sedon STAR CLEANERS & DYERS 23*3 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida Phone FR 4-2353 The Shofar and Traditional Jewish Practice Continued from Page 2-C as one of the tools of the trade of the judge in Israel. Citing an instance in the time of the Prophetess Deborah, when Barak, a Hebrew lead er, excommunicated Meroz to the accompaniment of a blast from 400 shofars, the Talmud also states that the shofar was used for announcements of prohibitions and on other occasions of legal consequence, as well as by the Beth Din in announcing the appearance of the new moon. In some ca.,es, the shofar was sounded at certain funerals to emphasize the mourning of the populace. An Interesting Vestige In Palestine, up to the beginning of the present century, whenever a prolonged drought threatened the land with a serious famine, the blowing of the shofar heightened the solemnities of prayer by the populace. This practice was also found in Spain and other places during the Middle Ages. An interesting vestige of an elaborate custom dating back to pre-Talniud days, can still be observed by the visitor to Jerusalem, where, in parts ol the city, the blast of the shofar late Friday afternoon announces tho onset of the Sabbath. Years ago, similar shofar blasts during Friday afternoons successively signaled the tinu's to stop work in the fields, in the city, the time to kindle the Sabbath lights and finally the onset of the Sabbath. Current practice calls tor the sounding of repeated blasts of three basic types—the tekiah. shevarim and truah—during the synagogue servise on each of the two aays of Rosh Hashona during the synagogue services and a final blast at the conclusion of the Neilah-service on Yom Kippur. The order of blowing the shofar on Rosh Hashona is one of the many examples of certain Jewish religious rituals in which charges have been made at various points in history, and the changes jre subsequently retained where the original need for them no longer exists, but where the custom still serves as a historical reminder. Sound of the Blast Originally sounded earlier in the liturgy, the time of blowing the shofar was shifted to the additional service later in the day because of interference by the authorities during the Roman occupation of Palestine. It seems that when the shofar was sounded early in the service before many Jews had congregated for worship. Roman soldiers used to appear at the synagogues in search of persons they thought were taking part in military exercises. This led to the change in the ritual wherebythe shofar was sounded onty later in the day when it was obvious to all that the only purpose of the blast was a religious rite Today, the shofar is sounded at both times dm ing the service with the additional sounds a reminder of our troubles in the distant past. Our practice today also calls for the Bounding of the shofar once each day at the conclusion of the morning prayer service during the month of Elul (the month immediately before the High Holy Days). This. too. is an extension of an earlier custom when the shofar was sounded onh on the new moon of Elul to commemorate the date of the ascension of Moses to Mount Sinai to receive the Tablets of the Laws The sound of each type of blast has generally been handed down from father to son or from teacher to pupil. Medieval manuscripts have been found, however, in which attempts are made to note the sounds of the tekiah, shevarim and truah by means ol strokes of particular length and shape —primitive forms of our modern system of musi cal notes. While much of the symbolism of the shofar ritual may not be immed.ately apparent to the ordinary synagogue worshiper today, none can fail to note the impact of the call to solemnity and spiritual awe. inspired by the sound of the shofar. The very curvature of the instrument is meant to suggest the need for a contrite heart, and the spirit of repentance. 0 The Berditshever Continued from Page 13-C a good story in support of his brief. On one occasion—it was the Day of Atonement—he urged a poor humble tailor to speak in front of the Congregation; said the man: "I, Yankel. am a poor tailor, who, the truth be told, have not been too honest in my work. I have occasionally kept leftover cloth and I have missed afternoon service. But Thou, O Lord, hast taken away infants from their mothers and mothers from their infants. Let us, on the Day of Days, be quits. Mayest Thou forgive me as I forgive Thee." Commented the Berditshever benignly: "O Yankel, Yankel, why did you let God off so lightly ." And when the Rabbi had no case to present, he would question the validity of the Heavenly Tribunal: "Do not our sages tell us that a person who is childless is not eligible to be a member of the Sanhedrin as he is devoid of pity? How then are the Angels entitled to pronounce judgments?" It was said of him—and it is indeed a fitting cpitah—that he loved God and he loved the Torah but that his love for Israel surpassed all else. 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Friday. September 20, 1963 Jewisti fforidfiann Page 15-C Major Jewish Books During Past Year By HAROLD V. RIBALOW E ACH year, during the Rosh Hashona season, wc call attention to books of special Jewish interest that had been published within the preceding months. This year there were fewer such books than usual but, I think, they aroused a good deal more intention and were discussed more vehemently and violently than in the past. I >hall not offer a comprehensive list of books, but %  • %  hall endeavor to stress those titles of major significance. Looking back at the past year, 1 am persuaded that four novels in particular will be the subject of controversy for more than one year. They ;ire books which possess either exceptional literary quality or deal with subjects sensitive to Jewish readers. Yael Dayan For example, Yael Dayan's "Dust" and Robnl St. John's "The Man Who Played God" are concerned with the effect of the Hitler era and Nazi persecution of the Jewish people. Miss Dayan has written a brief, spare novel about an Israeli sirl and the man who could not forget (he honor of the European holocaust. She writes with lyricism and passion and already her book has been both praised and damned, depending or the attitude of the reader or the critic. There are those who argue that Miss Dayan i> too defeatist; that her heroes are existentialand that she writes like an immature woman, Others were impressed by the novel and fell that the Israeli author, in her third book. had attained an artistic height hitherto unreach:>;. her, and that her people are living symbols of the contemporary Jewish victim of Nazi humiliation and destruction. Mr. S!. John has elected to tell, in fictional terms, about Rudolf Kastner, a Hungarian Jew i*h leader who had been accused of defraying his ov :i people through collaboration with the Ger nuns. This case now belongs to history, but Mr St. John has managed to make vivid for the con temporary reader some responsibilities acceptei l>\ the Jewish spokesman in the Europe of the and 1940's. Who is to judge whether, tind< r these horrifying conditions, the Jewish leaders diil the right or the wrong thing? Mr. St. Ji hn leaves it to the reader to judge although he carefully provides all the evidence, pro an;l con. Historical Novel Three other novels deserve at least passing mention in any survey oi the notable Jewish novels of this year. Joanne Greenberg's "The King's Persons" is the first of these books; the -ccond is Stuart Jay Friedman's "Stern." The third is Norman Fruchter's "Coat Upon a Stick." Miss Greenberg's work is a historical novel which vividly recreates a black period in British history when the Jews of York were persecuted and massacred by religious fanatics in England. The historical event on which she bases her novel (the Jews killed themselves rather than submit to their Christian persecutors i also opens Andre Schwarz-Bart's "The Last of the Just." Miss Ureenbcrg's book has not won her the readership she deserves, but it remains a novel dealing with a controversial period in history and which will be read far beyond the year of its publication. Mr. Friedman's "Stern," which received warm critical notices, manages to introduce sardonic humor into an essentially serious theme. Stern is a nervous, neurotic Jew who moves with his family into the suburbs and is uneasy about his neighbors who. obviously, are not Jewish. When a neighbor insults his wife, Stern suffers a nervous breakdown because of the Jew-baiting of his wife. The rest of Mr. Friedman's story describes how Stern returns to "normalcy." In the course of his tale, this new novelist touches upon a Jewish identity, the relationship between Jews and Chrisrians and the relationship of a man to himself. Grimness of Life Norman Fruchter's "Coat Upon a Stick", has aroused a great deal of discussion, primarily because it describes a day in the life of an unpleasant old Jew who rages against his own physical decline and the coming of death. Mr. Fruchtcr emphasizes the grimness of life, the emptiness of religion to many Jews and he has thereby incurred the criticism of many readers. Nevertheless his book b powerful and it marks the arrival of .\ Jewish writer of considerable power. There remain two more books I should like to highlight in concluding this necessarily brief survey. Both have won enormous attention. Literally they have broken through the book review page; and have made front page news across the country and, indeed, all over the world. One of them is more infamous and notorious than famous. 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^Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, September 20. 1963 Section D EZRA READING THE LAW tt was on the first day of Rosh Hashanah in the year 444 B.C.E. that the completed Torah was first publicly read in Jerusalem. "And Ezra the scribe stood upon a pulpit of wood,. .and opened the book in the sight of all the people:' NEM 8:4 and 5. hiestion J^jox for rCosh By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is there no additional poetry inserted in the evening service of Rosh Hashona as there are in the evening services of other holidays r in the morning services of Rosh Hashona? The fact of the matter is that the community of Worms was known (according to the Maharil's description, to have had poetic insertions in the evening service of Rosh Hashona. The reason for which our liturgy does not have any is usually explained by virtue of the fact that it was cuslotnary to lust on the day before Rosh Hashona and therefore the rabbis did not want the evenin service to have any additional poetry so that foe fasting would not be necessarily prolonged. Strangely enough, it is claimed that the community of worms did have these poetic inser'ions in order to prolong the fast and to make ** "''l "he fact did not end sooner than it -htiulrt Some claim that the absence of the poetry is 10 teach man that he can approach the Almighty Mth the -implest of prayers just as well as he j an with flowery poetic devotions. Others claim absence of poetry during the evening service I "" %  to a desire to mislead the prosecuting MjM into thinking that it is an ordinary even2 so that he would not give thought to pre," e his e *M before the tribunal of the Almighty e "ex! day accusing us of our sins. P" h Y is customary to sound ami listen to ono ^ndred blasts from the Shofar each day of R sh Hashona? ^ etc one hundred blasts are said to represent one "undred groans emitted by the mother of Sisera (Judges 5:8). when she realized that her SOB was not to return to her alive. It thus reflects the feeling of helplessness and frustration which eventually brings about complete surrender and reliance upon the Almighty. The Midrash tells us another interesting reason (Tanchuma. Emor II) when it relates that the one hundred yroans are those of a mother in childbirth. The first ninety-nine cries are those of pain, while the last one (the hundredth one) is the final cry of relief as a new life finally springs forth from the mother's womb. Thus the first ninetynine shofar notes represent our despair and anxiety over our guilt while the hundredth note indicates our relief that the New Year is finally here and iorgiveness is at hand. The last note is usually a long, drawn out note—called "Tekiah Gedolah" tthe great blast). • e • What is the origin of the "Avino Malkeno" prayer that is chanted on Rosh Hashona? This same prayer is also changed on every fast day and also during the ten days of Penitence which begin with Rosh Hashona and end with Yom Kippur. The Talmud (Taanith 25b) relates that once during a period of drought, Rabbi Eliezer went before the congregation and uttered many prayers and they seemed to have been of no avail. Rabbi Akiba then came forth and chanted the opening and closing verses of %  •Avinu Malkenu" and his prayers were answered. "Avion Malkenu" thus seems to be the formula of prayer in times of distress. The first verse of our "Avinu Malkenu" prayer contains the inference that Rabbi Akiba com posed (at least the first verse of) it because its numerical value (adding up the numerical value of the consonants that make it up) equals the numerical value of the Hebrew expression which says: "Akiba ben Joseph formulated this." The well known book "Pardes," usually ascribed to the authorship of Rashi, explains that when the sages observed that Rabbi Akiba's verse helped in time of distress, they appended more additional supplications and designated it as a prayer of repentance for all future generations. What is basic about this year is that it beseeches the Almighty both in the form of a 'father" and of a "king." a Why is this prayer omitted or. the Sabbath if the Sabbath falls on Rosh Hashona? i Actually, the way the rabbis formulated and arranged the intermediate verses, it follows the pattern of the daily prayer benedictions (Shmonah Esreh'. These benedictions are petitions and petitions are not to be addressed to the Almighty on the Sabbath because one is supposed to feel himself at peace and well satisfied with his lot on the holy Sabbath. The "Avinu Malkenu" is actually placed after the prayer benedictions i Shmonah Esreh) because it is patterned as a model of these benedictions. Since the full complement of prayer benedictions (Shmonah Esreh) is not recited on the Sabbath because petitions are not allowed on the Sabbath—likewise is the Avinu Malkenu," which is patterned after these benedictions, omitted on the Sabbath. There are some prayer books that even delete a few of the penitential verses from the "Avinu Malkenu" on the days of Rosh Hashona because of this same reason—leaving these verses to be recited only on fast days, and during the intermediate days of Penitence between Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur, and on Yom Kippur Itself.



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THE NEW YEAR EDITION
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vo:--..e 36 Number 38
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 20, 1963
Eight Sections Price S2.00


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Friday, September 20. 1963
! Kennedy in Rosh Hashona Greetings
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pre-j-traditions of~#nclasm call for a
ulent Kennedy this week offered i 0lemn review, at this time, of
Rosh Hashona greetings to the, curs deedg and ,hc aspirations1
American Jewish community. ... .,_.'
"Rosh Hashona. the start of a! vour hearts- so that your "ves
r.ew year and the period of the j may be judged and the ennobling i
Jewish High Holy Days, affords goals of your faith reconfirmed,
me welcome opportunity to ex-! It is also an appropriate time to,
tend my felicitations to all Ameri- resolve to take whatever steps
cans of the Jewish faith." the nay advance the goal of a last
President declared. ng ard universal peace among:
, "The heritage and religiou- | at ions."
Dayan Withdraws Resignation
Following Talks With Levi Eshkol
* I
JERUSALEM (JTA) Min-1
i>ter of Agriculture Moshe Dayan j
withdrew this week his threat of
resigning from the Cabinet, and|
.igreed to keep his post this week.
after a series of conferences with!
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and
Pinhas Sapir. The latter holds
the portfolios of Minister of Fi-
nance and Minister of Commerce
rnd Industry.
The parleys produced agreement
t'n several major points raised by
Mr. Dayan prior to his threat last
week that he would formally quit.
One of these issues was a demand
FRONTISPIECE
Frontispiece of The Jew-
ish Floridian Rosh Hashona
Edition depicts the rebuild-
ing of the walls of the Tem-
ple in Jerusalem.
for closer liaison between the
Agriculture Ministry and the coun-
try's security apparatus. An-1
other revolved about a demand
by Mr. Dayan that his Ministry be i
given certain prerogatives, includ- j
ing the right to fix prices of agri-
cultural products and to have a;
hand in food planning and im-
ports.
Mr. Eshkol had strongly oppos-1
ed the resignation. After his j
meetings with Mr. Eshkol and Mr.!
Sapir, Mr. Dayan said that be
had obtained the Premier's "clari-
fication" of the disputed issues,
and would be able therefore to
respond to Mr. Eshkol's request
that he stay on in the Cabinet.
Kennedy told American
Jewry: "We enter the New Year
with both renewed hope for a|
lessening of tensions between,
peoples and nations, and disap-
pointment in the continuing fires;
of conflict around the globe. We
are committed to the continuing;
pursuit of liberty and justice, and
neither illusion nor disappoint-,
ments will distract us from our
objective. In this basic effort
we need the support and commit-
ment of every citizen.
I am sure that all Americans,
whatever their faith, join me in
extending to each person celebrat-
ing Rosh Hashona best wishes for
a Happy New Year."
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Spinoza Book
To be Viewed
"Life of Reason" will be the
topic of a talk by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson on Thursday mdrning,
Sept. 26, at the Spinoza Forum,
meeting in the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium, 1234 Washington
Ave.
The lecture will be based on j
the fourth book of Spinoza's
"Ethics." A musical interlude
will precede the lecture, and an
open forum will follow.

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discussion at the first meeting of the season of Temple
Sisterhood. A catered luncheon held at the home of
Mdndn Levin. 1330 SW 72nd Ave., featured a display of
_es provided by the speakers and some of the members.
o right are Cantor Gordon Richards and Rabbi Mordecai
of Temple Judea; Mrs. Levin, Sisterhood program chair-
and hostess; Mrs. Frank Toback, Sisterhood president;
zra Bell and Edward Robinson, associate and owner of
jio Shop, Coral Gables.
Beth Israel Sets Plans for Classes
Dr. rwin K Makovsky, chair-
man, : jard of Education of Beth
Israel, announced this week that,
the i :.gregati>n's new, centrally
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Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, educa-
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program of Hebrew reading and
Torah studies, in addition to
courses in beginning and inter-
mediate Hebrew studies, and Bar
Mitzah instruction.
No student will be turned away
because of inability to pay full
tuition, and synagogue member-
ship is not necessary.
Louis Pollack and Murray Ros-
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congregation's Board of Educa-
tion.
Emanu-EI Players
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The Nhus
And Ho
By MAX LERNER
m<- ti
New Vatican Unit for Non-Christians
Paris.
When the UN debate on Vietnam opens in New York, and the
.ormidable Madame Nhu is there in person, the view she will have
o parry is not the American view that her husband is a sinister
igurc and her brother-in-law an incompetent one, but an emerging
licture of Vietnam that is shared by the Afro-Asian bloc and by de
Jaulle. It accepts the tfgo familythe president, his brother and
he brother's wifeas an unpleasant fact of political life so long as
he present division of Vietnam continues and along with it the guer-
.illa war between South Vietnam and the Vietcong. But it looks for-
vanl to a possible Vietnam which will be reunified, disengaged and
leutralizedand rid of Ngos. including Nhu and Madame Nhu and
Diem himself.
It is a lovely idea, although very far from the grimy realities of
war which is nonetheless dirty and bloody for being a limited and
undeclared war.
It is something like the vision dc Gaulle had. although he express-
t-d it in misty, oracular terms when he made his abrupt intervention
nto the Vietnam muddle.
De Gaulle might have advanced his idea quietly, through his diplo-
nats. but the dramatic public statement served better to announce
hat France must be reckoned with, even in Asia. He delighted the
iro Communists, both in France and America. Their characteristic
.omment is that he deflated the pretension that America is fighting
i war of high purpose in Vietnam, and equated the Americans with
he Chinese as outsiders. If de Gaulle keeps this up he may yet be-
iomc a hero of the romantic Left.

The thing to remember about President Diem is that he has held
n to power for almost a decade by the basic tactic of liquidating one
after another of the real or potential rivel power centers. When I
was in Saigon, early in 1955, he was driving ahead with plans to
dissolve the private armies of Cao Dai, Hoa Hoa, and Binh Xuyen.
One of the questions I put to him, in a long conversation we had in
^hc Presidential Palace, was whether the suppression of Cao Dai and
Hoa Hoaas religious organizationsdid not raise the issue of re-
lgious freedom. His answer, quite rightly, was that they were also
ooltiical and military powers. His brother, Ngo Dinh Nhu, has ex-
ended this reasoning to the Buddhist priests whowithout having a
private armyare nonetheless a political force.
e e
Obviously Nhu hat less basis for his drive against the Buddhists
nan Diem had in 1955 for his drive against the semi-religious, semi- \
nilitary groups. But Nhu is a complex man who cannot be dismissed
imply as a freeloader at the table of family power. He has brooded
ong over the tactics of the Communists and the belief that cements
hem in a tightly disciplined group. Like most other Asians, he has;
. contempt for the Western forms of political democracy, including
he idea that the state must leave religion alone.
e e
The thinking in Paris, including some of the neutralist diplomats
."ere, is that Ho Chi Minh, who heads the North Vietnam regime, is
iot happy with the Chinese domination of his regime, and would wel-
come some sort of out. The thinking is also that Khrushchev, given
is present feud with China, would also welcome a chance to detach
jlo Chi Minh from Chinese domination. What is being discussed is
he idea of another Geneva meeting, like the 1954 meeting on the
jndochina war which would reopen the whole Vietnam question in
"he light of the new conditions.
ROME (JTA) A special
secretariat to promote good rela-
tions with the- principal non-
Christian religions will be set up
by the Vatican, according to an
announcement made this weekend
by Pope Paul VI.
The Pope's announcement was
contained in a letter to Eugene
Cardinal Ticsserant, deacon of the
College of Cardinals and head of
the Presidential Council of the
Ecumenical Council which opens
its second session on Sept. 29.
(The New York Times report-
ed from Rome that the now in-
terfaith secretariat would prob-
ably be concerned with Oriental
and Middle Eastern religions
but not with the Jewish religion.
"Jewish-Catholic relations are
currently the concern of the
Secretariat for Christian unity,"
the Rome correspondent em-
phasized.)
While the Pope gave no indica-
tion whether non-Christian reli-
gious observers had been invited
' to the resumed Council session,
I Vatican sources said here today
that formation of the new secre-
; tariat leaves the door open for
the participation of non-Christian
observers at the Council session,
although no plans have yet been
made to this end.
(In New York, the American
Jewish Committee said: "We
warmly welcome the step by Pope
Paul VI to extend the scope of the
Secretariat to include relation-
ships with non-Christian religions.
This action will contribute to!
much desired increased under-1
standing among all religions and,
it will, of course, substantially ad-
vance Catholic-Jewish amity. This;
step of His Holiness is in keeping
with the spirit that prompted the
bis
en
ltoric accomplishments for the ] standing f hissainUy predecessor
hanccmen. of human under-1 Pope John XXIII. )
Tom Kippur Dance
On Saturday evening, Sept. 28.
members and friends of Temple
Sinai of North Dade will be guests
at a Yom Kippur dance, sponsor-
ed by the Temple.
Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
invites you to attend
Special Memorial Services
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1963
conducted by
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tamid
11:00 A.M.

RABBI ZEVI GREENWALD
Southwest Jewish Center
1:00 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
1:30 P.M
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on the family plot ut
lakeside Cemetery
Rtibbi Harold Richrrr o/ the
Dade Heights Congregation
U'ill officiate.
Mr. Shapiro is survived by hi-
wife Rose, two tone, Leonard
and Ben and a daughter, Mr-.
Paul Faske. also 5 uranJchiMrcn.
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Friday. September 20. 1963
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Laud Israel for Handling of Rioters
Almost $2,500 was raised by over 400 members of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization in a recent one-day Tag drive for
the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Nationel Children's Car-
diac Hospital, and the American Cancer Society. Roger
Hodgeman (second from right), director of Muscular Dystrophy,
accepts a check from Alan Stanley and Anne Ehrens, co-chair-
men for the BBYO drive. Mrs. Henry Steinhauser (left), pres-
ident of the BBYO Board of Directors, and Ainsley R. Ferdie
(right) vice president of the board, look on.
Rabbi Bender at Israelite Center
It;ibbi Paul J. Bender is officiat-
ing as suest spiritual leader at
the Israelite Center during the
High Holy days.
Rabbi Bender was former di-
lector of the Orthodox Union As-
sociation, and later became na
lional director of the Organiza-
tion of the Religious Zionists of
America.
For 12 years, he was spiritual
leader of the United Jewish Con-
gregations of Duluth, Minn., and
for ten years held the pulpits at
Congregation B'nai Shalom and
B'nai Bczalel in Chicago.
I
KSnount 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invite* uou to attend
Special Memorial Services
Sunday, September 22
eondneted bu
RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
FLAGLER-GRANADA
10:30 a.m.
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
TEMPLE OR OLOM
11:00 a.m.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ap-
preciation for speedy police action
in dispersing demonstrations by
yeshiva students at foreign mis-
sionary schools in three Israeli
cities was expressed this week by
heads of the Greek Catholic and
Latin churches in Israel.
Greek Catholic Archbishop
George Hakim and the acting
Latin Ha.tria.rcji. Dr. Hanna Kal-
dani, visited Premier Eshkol at
his office to cite the good rela-'
tions between the Government and j
the various Christian communi-:
tics in Israel. They lauded the
Premier for his immediate cen-1
?urc of the attacks on the schools ;
in Haifa. Janna and Jerusalem.
The Premier, in a statement,
emphawied that the Govern. ,
ment would use its authority to I
bring to trial those responsible
"and to prevent the recurrence
of such regrettable incidents."
More than 100 of the youthful
zealots were arrested, includ-
ing American and other foreign
nationals. All but onewho re-
sisted policewere released.
The apparently coordinated
demonstrations occurred at the
French St. Joseph's Convent1
School in Jerusalem, the British
Bat El school in Haifa and an-,
other British missionary school)
in Jaffa.
The two prelates met with
Religious Affairs Minister Zorach
Warhaftig, who assured them the1
Government would not tolerate
\iolence or illegal gatherings out-
side the mission. The British and
French charge d'affaires called on:
the Foreign Ministry to protest
the incidents. Lucien Pierre Le-;
moine. the French Consul General!
in Jerusalem, also made a formal!
protest. He said that the St. Jos-1
eph's school never engaged in
missionary activities and that
there had never been any
similar complaints of missionary
activities toward Jewish children.
The zealots forced the main,
pate at the St. Joseph's school but,
were stopped by police from en-
toring the building. About 1501
demonstrators marched into the
Jaffa school bearing posters but
offered no resistance when police
cjccted_th_em. In Haifa 50 youths
pusTTed'intd'the^Bat El school and
damaged its office.
Chief Rabbi Yitihak Nissim
said that while the "problem of
missionary activities gave him
no rest," he categorically reject-
ed the kind of demonstrations
the zealots had used. He added
this was not the way "to com-
bat the plague of missions and
the disreputable manner in
which the missionaries carry out
i their activities." The Israeli
press also severely ondemned
, the zealots.
i
In New York, a number of oi
ganizations issued statements sue
; porting the prompt action of the
I Israel Government in halting the
I demonstrations and in issuing at-
1 surances against their repetition
They included the American Jew
ish Committee, the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
the Central Conference of Amcr,
can Rabbis, the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America.
Young Marrieds Pick Committees
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Young Married Couples Group
ot Beth David Congregation re-|
cently held a business meeting to
select committee chairmen to
lead group activities during the
coming year.
Elected to chairmanships were:
Membership Committee, Sy Schul-
cmson and Steve Shaw; Program
Committee, Sheldon Krantz, Dr.
Joseph Singer, and Fred Cheka-
now; Publicity Committee, Jennie
Klein; Telephone Committee:
chairman, Nina Schlusser, anc
Mcsdames Ann Singer, Shcilar.
Dvoor. Norman Greenstein, Susan
Krantz, Myra Schulemson, anc
Jennie Klein.
Olficcrs of the Young Married-
are president, Lewis F. Cohen,
treasurer, Herman Schlussel; anJ
secretary, Barbara L. Cohen.
Composed of 79 young couple.-*,
the group is planning many soc-
ial, religious and cultural activ
ties for the coming year.
Community
Memorial Services
OFFERED BY THE
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, September 22. 1963
11:00 A.M. (This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon SchHf Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Norman Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William W. Lipson
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET
Sunday, September 22, 1963
2:00 P.M. (This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon SchHf Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Tibor H. Storn
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamehos
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABNER. Prejident HYMAN P. GAIBUT, Vice Prewdent
CO-CHAIRMEN MEMORIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE
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*JmistthrkHari
Friday. September 23, 1965.
High Holy Days Suggest Backward Glance At
The Main Events of the Outgoing Year
The Hebrew Year 5723 passed us by event-
fully. On every front there were occurrences of
significance, requiring the kind of comment that
would spill over into the margins of many pages.
These are but a few of them:
Simultaneously with the celebration of Rosh
Hashona 5723, came the announcement that the
United States had decided to sell Hawk Missiles
to Israel. This was the first reversal in a long-
standing pattern of U. S. foreign policy not to es-
calate the arms race in the Middle East, which in
fact meant giving Egypt's Nasser American dol-
lar credits to buy arms from the Soviet Union,
while trying at every turn to bar the sale of com-
parable weapons to the Jewish State.
The outgoing Hebrew Year in October saw
the resignation of Secretary of Labor Arthur Gold-
berg, who took the oath of office as a United
States Supreme Court Justice, filling the vacancy
on the bench created by the retirement of Justice
Felix Frankfurter.
WARNINGS IN SOUTH AMERICA
In South America, Dr. Isaac Goldenberg,
president of the DAIA, central body of Argen-
tinian Jewry, issued a number of warning state-
ments about the activities of the anti-Semitic
Tacuara movement. This came at the same time
as news leaked out of the Soviet Union of stoning
attacks upon Moscow's Central Synagogue dur-
ing the High Holy Days.
As if to still the forward movement of hate
activities, Colin Jordan, chief of the British Nazi
Party, was given a nine-month sentence on two
counts of a four-count indictment, charging viola-
tion of the Public Order Act. While in the United
States, the Jewish Publication Society of America
announced the completion of its new translation
of the Bible, which would appear the following
February in a wave of pro and con sentiments
relative to its "modernization."
In New York, the Arabian American Oil Com-
pany was finally restrained against its anti-
Semitic hiring policy and, toward the end of Octo-
ber, as President John Fitzgerald Kennedy accept-
ed the America's Democratic Legacy Award from
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the
nation was plunged into a watchful waiting seiz-
ure with the forces of the Soviet Union over the
sensational discovery of missile bases on the
Island of Cuba the first successful Communist
incursion into the Western Hemisphere.
Also at the outset of the Hebrew Year 5723,
Dr. Ahmed Shukairy, one of Arabdom's most
viciously outspoken anti-Israelis at the United
Nations, qlibly saluted the Argentinian Tacuara
movement, and even the Arabs were sufficiently
embarrassed to start a behind-the-scenes recall
movement. Dr. Shukairy, on the eve of Rosh
Hashona 5724 last week, was finally forced to
quit and return home.
MEDAL TO A ZIONIST
In other events, veteran Zionist Louis Lipsky
received the Herzl Gold Medal for his lifelong
dedication to the cause that saw the reemergence
of a Jewish State in our time, an award crown-
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ing a monumental career to be cut short the fol-
lowing May, with his death in the mid-eighties.
As Chanuka came upon us, news from Israel
reported the sudden resignation of Israel Pros-
ecutor Gideon Hausner, the man who was cata-
pulted into international renown by leading the
government's case against Adolf Eichmann.
While, early in January, Premier Nikita Khrush-
chev, repeatedly and hotly denying the existence
of anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union, explained
his reasons against Jews in the highest echelons
of the Communist realm: "They provoke popular
resentment."
GERMANS IN EGYPT
A month later, on Feb. 8, Mayor Willy Brandt,
of West Berlin, led his divided city in a mourning
period marking the 30th anniversary of the rise
of the Hitler scourge in Germany; but in Iraq, in
the wake of the assassination of Kassem, came
a new leader, Aref, a notorious Nazi sympathizer.
Among the biggest stories on the internation-
al scene was the announcement by Israel Foreign
Minister Golda Meir of the discovery of German
nuclear and missile scientists working in Egypt.
With Prime Minister Ben-Gurion then on vacation,
Israel's presumably secret and "unnamed" se-
curity chief stirred a hornet's nest of public resent-
ment, which brought B-G back to Jerusalem in a
huff. The result: the "unnamed" security chief
resigned, and Mr. Ben-Gurion set about trying to
mend his German policy fences. Early in June,
Mr. Ben-Gurion, himself, resigned in a move that
stunned the nation, giving way to Finance Min-
ister Levi Eshkol to take over the helm.
At the end of April, President Itzhak Ben-Zvi
died, plunging Israel into mourning; while shortly
thereafter, former German Defense Minister Franz
Josef Strauss arrived in the country for a ten-day
tour.
Biggest news from the U.S. was our nation's
sudden reversal of a many-years-long policy at
the United Nations so far as Israel is concerned,
when U.S. Delegation Chief Adlai Stevenson led
a joint U.S.-British move to censure Syria for the
repeated border troubles suffered by Israel in a
Middle Eastern world increasingly bent on des-
troying her. As the outgoing Hebrew Year 5723
drew to a close, her Arab neighbors, spurred on
by Egypt's Nasser, pledged themselves to total
war against Israel in the near future.
IN GREATER MIAMI
In Greater Miami, the Hebrew Year 5723 was
launched here with the appointment to the Miami
City Commission of Sidney Aronovitz, a long-
time Jewish community leader, whose uncle, the
late Abe Aronovitz, was twice mayor of the city.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital announced its
decision to begin completion of the hospital's top
three floors, and the Greater Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds launched its first annual
award to "Men of Letters in the Arts and Sci-
ences," with citations going to Philip Wylie
?H*,r:Lf0nrd RSe' cellis1; and Dean ^eph
Weil, of the University of Florida.
Hatemonger Donald Branch was found guihy
of possessing and transporting explosives in the
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Friday, September 20, 1963
2 Tishri 5724
Apr. 28 bombing of Anshe Ernes Congregatior. the
year before. He was, during 5723, also to stand
trial Nov. 28 for his part in the bombing of rite
home of Miami Herald Editor Don Shoemaker cad
to receive a 20-year sentence the following Jaa-
uary.
The year also saw the expose of South Dcde
Scoutmaster Norman Benson, discovered distrib-
uting Myron C. Fagan hate literature to his Cub
pack.
The Greater Miami Council of the Jewish ra-
tional Fund launched a campaign to establish a
twin city. Me Ami, in Israel; and a delegation
went to Israel in late October to dedicate the site
and bring a Torah Scroll to its future inhabitar.T.j.
On the Combined Jewish Appeal front. Samuel
Friedland and Ernest Janis were named co-ch-.r-
men of the year's campaign.
Responding to the international U.S.-Sc *t
crisis centering on Cuba, the Greater Miami A:
ed Forces Committee welcomed a National Jew-
ish Welfare Board emissary, Edmund Rosenbe :.
who arrived on the scene to assist our commu:.. '
in making at home the sudden influx cf sen. re-
men arriving in South Florida.
LOCAL AGENCY EXPANDS
Also, Dr. Max Nussbaum, national praid; :
of the Zionist Organization of America, cam-? to
Miami to help the Southeast Region c: the Z Z .-.
in a top-priority meeting. Almost simultaneouj
was announced the impendinq arrive:] here of
Israel Minister of Education and Culture A
Eban to address a dinner of tribute tc Joseph M,
Lipton.
Early in December, the Jewish Home for |
Aged launched its expansion campaign to z id
several floors to the Jack Ablin Meirorial Build-
ing, thus uppinq its bed capacity from 105 to ill.
The Combined Jewish Appeal announced the
pointment of Robert Macht, president of Jord-rn
Marsh, and Alfred Daniels, president of Burdir.? i
as co-chairmen of CJA's Mercantile Division.
December saw the picketing of the Mi
offices of the Anti-Defamation League of B :.
B'rith by the American Nazi Party.
In a more constructive direction, the women
of our community reshuffled the Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade J d
Broward County into the Federation of lev. ih
Women, with Mrs. Anna Brenner Mevers as ch i
man. Mrs. Meyers, on the eve of Rosh Hashona
5724 last week, was also to announce hex re:
ed acceptance as chairman of the Isicel Kupat
Hohm campaign in Greater Miami.
In January. Dade County Circuit Court Ju::-
Irving Cypen stepped down from his r;ost, with
deep regret tendering his resignation aue to the
ever increasing economic needs of my farm.
and there passed from the judicial scene here an
occupant of the bench well regarded end higaly
respected in the legal profession.
The outgoing Hebrew Year 5723 else wit:-.-?;-
sea the 25th anniversary celebration of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation in conjunction with
the silver anniversary of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. At almost the same time, Mt. Sinai hos-
pital of Greater Miami, a Federation cgency, an-
nounced a new gift of a quarter of a million dol-
lars from the foundation of the late S. Harvey
Greenspan.
AGAINST RACISM HERE
As summer drew upon us, Mrs. Milton Sirkui,
long ume Jewish community leader here, was
tZS? U,eSderil of Southern Section of the
KM Welfare Board. June, itself. witnm**d
me significant formation of the Dade County
community Relations Board under the aegis of the
^etro Commission, an interfaith and interracial
group designed to forestall the land of racial con-
met in Miami experienced elsewhere in the South
and throughout the nation.
m, "** he outset, the Hebrew Year
^3 was an eventful one on all fronts. And now.
on the eve of Rosh Hashona 5724. we soy: "May
You be Inscribed in the Book of Life."


Friday. September 20, 1963
*Je*lst>fk>ricftar?
Condition of Soviet Jewry Steadily Deteriorating
PARIS 13TA) Ttn,___^ ... W
Paqe 7-A
PARIS (JTA) The condi- problem too will
.ion of Soviet Jewry has slowly! SS^mJIIJ 222 ,0,U
but steadily deteriorated during! 2L, ur2?T2 """
the last two years, according to poT.o r^^r "J^ ^
an interim report issued here this] .w -|S1J3-
week by the Conferene on the Sit- ^^mttSTSm^ml EE
nation of Jews in the Soviet Union, ff & T.w^-o noV JSS
indefinite delay/
The report cited figures pub-
Dr. Goldmaim cited reports of quit baking matzoth two years
cases in which Russian Jews i years ago.
The report was transmitted by Dr.
Nabnm Goldmann to members of
i he Confernce of which Daniel
Mayer. French Jewish leader, is ""shed in the Soviet press showing
< hairman. that between July 1, 1961 and July
The report revealed that, accord-i 1963 at least 140 persons were
tag to official Soviet sources, 354 condemned to death for economic
-ynagogues have been closed in offenses in Russia and that about
Russia during the past seven 6u Per cent of these, or some 80
yean. The total of synagogues People, at least were Jews, "This
fell from 450 in 1956. accorring to proportion is especially disquiet-'
ihe Soviet Union's report to the in8 when one remembers that the
I'nited Nations Subcommittee on Jews represent only about 1.5 per-'
'he Prevention of Discrimination,' cent of the total population," the
in only 96 according to 1963 fig-1 report noted,
ures from official Soviet sources.
"were imprisoned and condemn-
ed to solitary confinement with
hard labor for baking and distri-
buting- matzoth by improvised
means" since the state bakeries
The report warned that pub*
lication of articles in the Sov-
iet press describing synagogues
as "centers of illicit trading"
breeds anti-Semitism among the
masses "and it is inevitable that
this causes some excesses."
Dr. Goldmann then referred to
a previously publicized anti-Semit-
ic incident at Dhagcstan on Aug.
9, 1961, when Jews were accused,
on ritual murder. He asserted
this was not an isolated case, and
that similar charges were made
at Uzbekistan in 1962 in Georgia
and in 1963 in Vilna.
The report expressed the hope
that as "de-Staliniiation makes
further progress, the Jewish
Gefilte Fish
Heads Rokeach
Kosher Products
By Special Report
The report asserted that the
entire Yiddish literary output
from 1*41 to 1963 amounted to a
total of five books by deceased
writers, one anthology, the news-
paper, the Birobidjan Stern, and
the bi-monthly Sovietish Heim-
land. In a message accompany-
ing the report. Dr. Goldmann
said that "considering the large
number of Jews still very at-
tached to their national heritage,
this state of affairs can only be
explained by the fact that the
Soviet authorities themselves
must be vigorously opposed to
any revival of Jewish culture in
the USSR."
Gefilte fish, appetizingly dis-
mayed in glass jars, is today as
i lose to your dining table as your
neighborhood supermarket. The
90-year old I. Rokeach & Com
pany firm has been among pio- The report said that not only
eers in the field. i had there been no improvement
A blend of fresh water fish, (luring the past two years in the
chopped and mixed with seasoned sphere of Jewish religious life but
unions, eggs and spices, gefilte further deterioration. Synagogues
nh is normally served cold in' are still being closed regularly
u jellied broth. and during 1962, the report stat-
Rokeach startled the kosher cd- synagogues were closed at
lousehold by the pre-packaging of Sverdlovsk. Zhitomir. Kazan, Groz-
coconut oil-based household soap ">' Zhmennka. Chernovitz. Be
l ack in 1870, the very first time laya-Tzerkov. Kaunas. Lvov and
>oap maker ever gave attention Piatigorsk. Most of these towns
lo the specialized needs of those now have no synagogues at all,
| maintaining kosher households. the report declared.
Israel Rokeach lound his busi-
ness expanding, and sensed imme-
diately a market existed for con-
\ enience products to ease the
..rdships native to obeying the
iraditional Jewish dietary laws.
From Rokeach, which today of-
lers almost three score of diverse
kosher products from soap to
soups, came Hyafat, the first non-
anima] based cooking shortening; j
borscht in glass containers; ready-'
elled gefilte fish; and, most re-i
< ently. creamed borscht, which
the housewife may keep indefinite-
y without refrigeration.
Rokeach, under strict rabbinical
upervision, today turns out thou-
ands of jars of gefilte fish each
^ear in a variety of mixtures, as
ell as shapes. The popularity
1 this delicacy, though still sold
primarily as a festive dish fori
he Jewish home, has expanded
i normously to where it may of-
len be found on the hors d'oeuvre
' lays in the finest restaurants
..nd as a featured appetizer dish.
About five years ago, Rokeach's
' search-minded president, Mon-
oe Nash, developed what today
js known as "Redi-Gelled" gefilte
lisba gefilte fish prepared with
yelled broth which needs only
' few minutes cooling to prepare
for serving.
"Previously, all jarred gefilte:
fish offered with a broth gel, had
to be cooled for at least a day for!
'he gel to set," according to!
Rokeach officials. "Redi-Gel," a
legistered trademark of Rok-
each, has captured the gefilte fish
iiiarket," they declared.
Rokeach's gefilte fish includes!
such varieties as whitefish and
like; all whitefish; fish bits; plain
nefilte fish; and the newest in-
vention, Rings-Whitefish, which
may be used directly on the hors
d'oeuvre tray.
Mr. Nash declares that "Rokeach
^ ill continue to develop its line
of quality products. Today, a'
housewife can serve a full dinner
-including borscht soup, stuffed
cabbage, gefilte fish, blintzes,
ducts. Soon, kosher candies in
frozen form will be available to
'op off the perfect traditional
meal."
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JmHati rhrkHan
Sabbath of Repentance Services This Weekend
Friday. September 20, 1963
T.tum Wat.rv.ay. Modern Trdi-
tional. Rabbi Euaene Labovlti.
Cantor Saul H. Broth.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Co-^aerv.tlv..
8755 SW 16th St M.ami. Rabbi (
Sam-el April. Cantor Gersnon Levin.
The intervening period between Rush Hashona and Yom Kippur
is known as "'Aseres Y'mai Tschuva," the Ten Days of Penitence. It i.1-
during this period that Jews, every where take, one more opportunity tu
consider the outgoing year prior to the Day of Atonement, when judg
men) in the "Book of Life" will be scaled. Yom Kippur will be launch
ed at Kol N'idre Services on Friday evening. Sept. 27, with the solomr
Fast Day following all day Saturday. Sept. 28. Synagogues throughout
the Greater Miami area will hold services this weekend, marking Shab
bat Tschuva. the Sabbath of Repentance, launching the "Aseres Y'mai
Tschuva."
136^0 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
!4f
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
2 Tishri 6:02 pan.
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
I riday s:\:, )..in. I|
ml warrim*.
ubaorvunce.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7M1 CarlyU ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever.
Saturday :Mt a.m. Hhalibat Tschuva
H*riuon: "Th. Call Minchn Gils' p.m.
AN SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Joseph Picus, pres-
dent.
----- -----
B.ETH DAVID. 2625'SW 3rd ave. Con.
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W Lipaon.
Friday i. i.m. Saturday i* a.m. liar
Mifavah: KUIi.tl, sun of I>r. ami .Mrs.
1>\M I.nvfiiuin: Fll.hard. s..n "f .Mr.
and Mr*. .l.-i>h HRaplro.
BETH EL. 500 SW, 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
8:ftn a.m.
bVrnion:
Rabbi Simon April.
Fine.
riday >'> p.m. NUttirda
Cantor Hyman
I s:l.*. a.m.
Friday li p.m. Saturday
Sr-.al.lint Tschuva Ht>rvli'<
"K.-tnrn to I'm!."
BETH EMETH YEHUDAH MOSHE.
BETH ISRAEL. 400 prairie ave. Or.
tiiodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
I'YIilav p.m. Sermon: "Our Rcucnt-
ai..... Potential 8a unlay a.m. Hsjr-
in.m: "Kindness and TruthI'.ith to
1 Forajtvoni'SSt"
BETH JACOB. 301311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday sundnwni Saturday I p.m.
Bhfttofeat Tschuva sermon! "Sin. or
Crime?"
BETH KODESM. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Saturd'av S:4.". a.m. Rabbi Walnicn
Miaplro, father of Rabbi Max Shapiro.
will he most speak, r at "Sabbath of
Return" service. Topic: "Preaent i ;<>
Problem."
BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
Friday 8:10 p.m. flhnbbal Tschuva
service. Saturday : a.m.
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday Minolta B p.m. Saturday 8:80
a.m. Slialdi.it Tschuva observance. I
Ber......i: "Portion of the Week." Uln- ,
cha 5:30 p.in.
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BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday MIneha >i p.m. Katurday *:45
a m. Bar Ml./.vali: si. ve. son of Mr.
and .Mrs. Sol Ooldateln: Jeff, son of
.Mr. and Mis. Arnold K 188.
will conduct sci v.ces.___
TFMPLrCM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing
T ttn^^Conservative. ". Irv.n,
Lehrman Cantor H^rsh Adler.
BVIdai p.w- '' '."' ","i" .^!!''"<'',;
Saturday !' a.m. Sermon: I he >
hatta of Repeniance-Us Inie Mean-
Ins?." I'1"' MltavnU: Lurry. -" "' '"
and .Mrs. Hen Viwakowlta.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstain.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sabbath By* Re-
in niaini Services. Sal tin'ay II a.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabb. Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
Friday 8:1! p.m. Bermoni "Sabbath ol
Return." Mrs. Frank Tobuck. Sist. r-
hond presidcni. will Mess t
candles. Oneg Sbal'l.a
SOT\ Ices.
Mi.....: ...KiOI.'.s
Snabl Tschuva
Sabbath
w ill follow
TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. sno
tor- s......i .Mrs. Jessie Hpivack. I l'-ui.
illncha and Sbalous Seudos.
PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg.
Friday Mlncha 5:45 p.m. salurduy 8
a.m. liar .Mitzvah: Hubert, son of Mr.
and Mis. Michael Shaw. Mincha Bar
Mltsvull 5:80 p.m., Wayne, son of Mr.
and Mis. Uernard Dergfr.
FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
FVIday 8:15 p.m. Sbabbat Tschuva
service. Sermon: "The. Jewish I'on-
cept of Repentance."
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabb" Alexander S.
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI, 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Heilbraun.
Friday >: p.m. Shablmt Tschuva
sermon: "The Ladder of Repentance."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
Friday 6:80 p.m. Saturday S::10 a.m.
KKE.SEJH ,'S*j3" rl!1J5-EVcJlif?.1S- I al United States, at 5950 No. Ken
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
---- ----
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
ern Traditional.
Friday ti p.m. Second day Roan 11a-
shoiiH serv.c.. Saturday 8 a.m.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conserved. R*bbl
Hyman Gross.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Ztmari ave.
Rabbi He.schel B ooks. C ."tor Ben
Dickson.
TEMPLE Z.Oe7 i[2p S- *&*
Conservative. Rabbi A -rod Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urnch.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. WON. Miami
ave. Conservative. Raobi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday 1:80 p.m. Fccirnd '.''."""
liaahona obs. rvaii s on "Olva
Qvd a Chance." Sa-iurdaj .' :i.m.
YOUNG ISRA^t.
su NE 171 It.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Saturdav !l a.m. -a.llalb Ol Popltatlce,
Sermon: Kcdcmp.loii ihii>-!i<: Itep.nt-
Tempi* Beth Am
Temple Beth Am. the Southern-
most Reform Temple in Continent-
also one of
Temples in
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
Saturdav >::: a.m. Kbabbal Tschuva
service. Sermon: "Three Aapects of
t. siiuv.iii." Mlncha 5:45 p.m. Satur-
day s::'-" a.m.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 163rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Repent-
anceAnswer." Traditional On OR
Rhabbal will be Nerved by blsterl.....d.
Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: vie-
We Need Spiritual 'Food'
Te Sustain Our Traditions
dall Dr., Miami, is
the newest Reform
South Florida.
In a short span of seven years,
an idea in the minds of about a
dozen families has become one
of the larger Reform Temples in
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th the South.
^Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green- ^^ Betft ^ un(,cr ,{abbl
---- ---- Dr. Herbert II. Baumaard, is a
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 u\. 5**" ,' .,. .
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. ldlglOUS center of 600 families
Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor jfa congregation has a weekend
i.",al'r'"pN,nU"siiai.i.a, Tschuva .an- school of 900 children, and a
.iieiiuiiiim.-. Saturday 8:46 a.m. Ser- u/eekdav Hebrew School of over
mon: "Children rmiip Home." Bible
.lass :. p.m.. fallowed by Mlncha. SW
____. __rrr .*r.. ., M This congregation, on ten acres
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendalh -,,..., ._ ,
dr.. so. Miami. Reform. Rabbi of land, has a total value of over:
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles S750.000. The new Bath Am Sanc-
___ ----- | tuary, which is almost completed, j
TfMfcP BTH. E,L OF HDi-LV" willaccommodate over 500 in per-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform ... i
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. | manent seats, and can be expand-
i-iid.-iy R:ts p.m. fifermon: "l^iokiiiK i q^ (q seat 1600
Outwards." Sat'irday 11 a.m. I .
---- ---- A youth program attracts young
T?Upif. BEJH SH,nAH- 4750 !.w people around the Temple for 80C-
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi i jV
Cantor Herman Gott- i ial events. Sisterhood, under the
Morris Skop.
lieb.
----- a -----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sabbath of Repent-
ance. Sermon: "Return, O Israel."
; Saturday :i a.m.
leadership of Mrs. Robert E. New-
[ man, presents a progra i of ser-
! \ ice to the Temple, as well as
I a social program for Ter-nle mem-
j hers.
Beth Am Brotherhood, with Max
Raskin as president, is ba charge
of a successful Blood Bank pro-
gram in cooperation r ith Mt.
Sinai Hospital.
The V.I.P.'s (Very interested
I Parents), have as their primary
| interest the welfare of th i schools.
| Mrs. Max Brown is pr_ uient ot
this group.
The Young Married CrOQP and
I the Senior Friendship Group help
i round-out the social and service
groups.
Other services are a weekday
Nursery School, an adit educa-
tion program, a summer program
for children, and family counsel-
ing service.
The leadership of Temple Beth
Am includes Dr. Herbert M.
Baumguard. Cantor Carles S.
Kodr-er, and executive director El-
lis Robbins. President I Joseph
Altschuller.
By. DR. HERBERT BAUMGARD
Temple Beth Am
The traditional liturgy for the
High Holidays instructs us that
on the New Year it is decided
who shall live and who shall
die." It is of the essence of
Jewish teaching that man has a
part in every major decision con-
cerning himself. God does not
make this vital decision alone.
Modern psychology teaches us
that every human being has both
the will to live and the will to
die. In the mentally ill and de-
pressed person, the will to die
may come surging to the fore.
In the so-called normal person,
the will to live dominates the
personality. We feed the will to
live by the choices we make con-
cerning the important things in
life.
A people, too, has both the will
to live and the will to die. It
might be said that at the New
Year the people of Israel de-
cides whether it shall continue
to live or wither away. The
mentally ill person frequently
refuses to eat, to take into him-
self the things necessary for hisj
survival.
His illness may manifest it-
self also in his withdrawal from
the world of reality. He may
exhibit no interest in express-
ing himself or in solving the
simplest kind of problem neces-
sary for his survival. So a
people that is ill does not "eat;"
it refuses to take into itself the
ideas and the learning neces-
sary to its vitality. The people
which does not choose to live
will cease to express itself on
important issues; it will become
a disinterested observer on the
periphery of life.
American Jewry is clearly suf-
fering from a special kind of
aberration. It does not "eat;"
its members arc not concerned
with learning, with self-preser-
vation. And it does not act with
an understanding of what is
good for itself. In a very real
sense, we Jews shall decide these
holidays, if we shall live or if we
shall dieas a people. The pray-
er known as "u-na-san-a-tokef"
is not withotu profound meaning
for our time.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38?
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday vir. p.m, Sermon: "Return t>.
What.'" Saturday 10:48 a.m.
------ ------
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NVv
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Sabbath of
M&y^
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*JloH#S#) Ffrr&dli'ftn
Idler Attends
IJA Conference
I.Minir. Attorr.o\ Daniel Ncal
eller, -. 0 So. Shore Dr., played
[top rtll at the third annual Unit-
Jewiftl) Appeal Young Leader
[up coTti'reiice la.^t week in New
ork Ci'y.
Heller, recently elected national
ommancier of the Jewish War
leteranr: of the U.S.. was among
V 500 ;-oung leaders between 25
40, representing some 75 com-
munities throughout the nation.
[Heller s Florida State regional
airmail of the United Jewish'
ppeal Young Leadership Cabi-|
bt and chairman of the Speakers j
breau of the Greater Miami
kwish Federation.
|In I9t"\ he was a member of
UJA's first Young Leadership
Ission 'o Europe and Israel.
Page 9-A
Temple Judea Dance Slated
Temple Judea's annuai Yom | Music will be by Chuck Rosen-
Kippur dance will be held on Sat- berg and his band, and a "Mid-
urday. Sept. 28. 9 p.m.. at the| night Coffee" will be served.
Temple. Members of,the hostess commit
ee are Mrs. Joseph Novel, chair-
man. Mrs. ilebert Gelernter, Mrs.
George Bernstein, Mrs. Mdvin
Schwartz. Mrs. Marvin Levin.
Mrs. Sidney Deutsch, Mrs. Abra-
ham Steio. and. Mrs.-Hy. Lipson
MAYOK 4RTMM I. SNVDfl
ietfo Torah Congregation Will Hear
lo. Miami Beach Mayor Arthur Snyder
Mayor Arthur I. Snyder, of
llorth Miami Beach, will be feted
\y Beth Torah Congregation at a
estimoniol dinner in .his honor on
Ihe night of Oct. 26 in Beth Torah
Social Hall.
A member of the congregation
for over 10 years. Mayor Snyder
das been credited "lor much of
Seth Torab'a phenominal growth."
t)n the aoard of directors since
1952. be served as president for
|hree terms.
Recently elected mayor of North
Miami Eeach, Snyder has served
a Municipal Judge since 1955,
[except Cor a year's absence, and
\Cubar Slate Services
The I jban Jewish community
|<>i Ulan Beach is holding High
llloly Day services at the auditor-
|nim of Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave. Cantor Sol
lHashin is officiating, assisted by
Cantor S. Fingerman.
was the first judge from South
Florida to be elected president of
the Florida Municipal Judges
Assn.
In addition to a law degree from
Pie University of Miami, grad-
uating first in the class of 1953,
Mayor Snyder has a Bachelor of
Science degree in pharmacy from
Columbia University, where he
also graduat. 1 first in the class.
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*Jewist> Her Mian
Friday, September 20, 1963
J^at Eltiovt Loveman
- Bar Mitzvah of Elliott Meyer
Loveman will be celebrated on
Saturday morning, Sept. 21, in the
main sanctuary of Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro will officiate.
Elliott is an eighth grade stu-
oent at Ponce de Leon Junior
High and plays clarinet in the
school band.
Dr. and Mrs. David Loveman
will host the Kiddush in Spector
Hall following the ceremony.
Larry Visakowitz
Bar Mitzvah of Larry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Visakowitz, will
be observed on Saturday morning,
Sept. 21, during services conduct-
ed by Dr. Irving Lehrman at
Temple Emanu-El.
Larry is in the eighth grade at
Women's Unit
Opens Season
First regular meeting of the
1963-64 season, will be held by
the Miami Chapter, Women's Di-
vision of American Jewish Con-
gress, on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at
Masonic Hall, 41 Valencia Ave.,
at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Louis Gold, program chair-
man, will present the guest speak-
er for the afternoon. Dr. George
Simpson, vice president of the
NAACP, and member of the Dade
County Community Relations
Board.
Mrs. Sam Penchansky, president,!
will conduct the business meeting,
during which plans tor the year
will be outlined and discussed.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, nation-
al vice president; Mrs. Louis Lad-
en, project chairman; Mrs. Pen-
chansky; and Mrs. Bertha Grub-j
man, hospitality chairman.
Ida M. Fisher Junior High and iS
a member of the school chorus.
: On graduating from South Beach
Elementary, which he attended
for only nine months, the Bar
Mitzvah was awarded a Certilicate
I of Honor. His hobbies include art
work and swimming.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception in his home on
Saturday.
Richard Shapiro
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
Officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Richard Shapiro during services
CD Saturday morning. Sept. 21, in
the main sanctuary of Beth Dav-
id.
Richard is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and his favorite hobby is sports.
Parents of the celebrant, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, will hon-
or him at the Kiddush to be held
in Spector Hall following the ser-
vices.
*
Douglas Pilier
Bar Mitzvah of Douglas Pilzer
will take place Saturday morn-
ing, Sept. 21, at Temple Menorah,
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
officiating.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Pilzer, of 7815 Noremac Ave.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
ai Abbott School, and attends Re-
ligious School at Temple Menorah.
Dinner and reception in his hon
or will be held Saturday evening
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mrs. Augusta Rubin, his grand-
mother, of Norfolk, Va., and Mrs.
Sol Lefkowitz.. cousin of New-
York.
Rabbi Stern Will Lecture
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of Beth
Jacob Congregation, will deliver
his annual Sabbath of Penitance
'.sermon on Saturday. 4 p.m.. in
the chapel.
A well-known authority on Jew-
ish law, Rabbi Stern will give a
lengthy discourse on the differ-
ence between "Sin and Crime, m
exploring the moral and legal is-
sue of present day double stand-
ards of life in the light of the
Torah.
The lecture appears currently
in the Jewish Press, New York
and will be published in other na-
tional Journals.
'
B'nai B'rith Social
A pre-Yom Kippur Night Club
Social will be given by the B'nai
B'rith Social Singles on Saturday
evening in the Moulin Rouge
Room of the Di Lido Hotel. Single
men and women from 35 will be
welcome.
Post-Yom Kippur Dance
A live band will be featured at
the Temple Zamora dance to be
held on Saturday, Sept. 28, 9 p.m.,
following Yom Kippur, in the
Temple Social Hall.
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Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
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will hold its first monthly meet-
ing of the 1963-64 season with its
new slate of officers on Tuesday,
12:30 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Auxil-
iary president, will extend greet-
ings to members and friends, and
call on each chairman for a re-
port of the past year's progress.
A special tribute will be paid
to the late Sadie Krigel, founder
of the Auxiliary's birthday club,
whose birthday was in Septem-
ber. Mrs. Joseph Meyer is chair-
man of the club.
For Sidney Appel Medical Fund
New Year books, Mrs. Nathan
Katz is accumulating many at-
tractive gifts to be awarded at
the October meeting.
Mrs. Ida Roller Marks will pre-
sent a musical program, with Mrs.
Olga Bibor Stern at the piano.
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[Friday, September 20, 1963
.k*i*i>nrririfrir
'Ice Cream Social'
Daronr Group of Junior Hadas-
Isah is sponsOfim an "Ice Cream
IsociaJ,".' :or girls from 16 to 22
|cp Sunday, 3 p.m.. at the home
lot MiM M.vrna Levy. 4040 SW 5th
1st. Mis Sandy Schaps and Miss
Ijlyrna U >' are information chair
I men.
NOW
This is the big one you've
been .'citing forlThe Sale-Of-
The-Year on Falcons, Fair-
lanes Super-Torque Fords.
(Ford ~-ucks, and creampuff
used cars, too1) Total Per-
formarce cars of proved du-
rabili:.'. Hurry now to your
neighborhood Ford dealer's
ART HACKS
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intes from Anv Point
_ 'n Dade County.
Science Group
Forming Here
Greater Miami Chapter of Orthy,
. odox Scientists will hold its or- j
; ganizational meeting on Wednes-
day. 8 p.m.. at the Hebrew Acad-
i cmy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Convened by Rabbi Tibor &
Stern, who returned recently from!
a national AOJC convention, mem-'
uership in the chapter will be!
. open only to professionals of the'
academic and scientific world.
, The local group will stress con-'
sultation and lectures on matters
of Jewish law related to the prac-
tical sciences, which will then be,
relayed to the national office.
Zamora Ladies
Hold Social I
Over 80 members of Temple
Zamora Sisterhood attended the'
, 7rnember-b>|ig-a-member" 'social!
1 on Wednesday. Twenty-one new
members joined the group.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks welcomed!
guests at the meeting, which was
the first of the new season, and1
Mrs. Michael Fiedler. -Judaism
in the Home" chairman, gave a
talk on the High Holidays.
"A Sisterhood Praise of Torah,'' j
Playlet written by Mrs. Jerome
Lieberman. was performed. Par-I
ticipanta were Meadamea Sidney
J. Lucker. Sam Hirsch, Nathan!
Goldy. Sam Miller. Hershel
Brocks. Irving Simons, Lillian j
Katz. Nathan Kussner and Sam
Brown.
Page 11-A
Dr. Pushkin Appointed
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, 1353 Coral
Way, has been rcappointed to the
committee on vocational guidance
of the American Optometnc
Assn. Representing 12,500 pro-
fessional practitioners throughout
the United States, the Association's
headquarters are located in St.
Louis, with offices in Washing-
ton, DC, and New York City.
Teen-Age Hop
At Westbrooke
A semi-formal "teen-age hop"
has been scheduled for Friday
evening. Oct. 5, in the Golden Key
Room at Westbrooke Country
Club.
Charles Rubin, Candy Logue
and Jay Sporaga are members of
the committee planning the teen
dance for club members and
guests.
Starting Friday, Oct. 5, the
Policeman's Benevolent Associa-
tion will stage weekly dances in
the Grand Ballroom of the club
Panel to Appear
Here on Friday
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
'Depression- Lonejines,!^-, F.rus- COUNT,YFoLN0RiD4A^CHANCERY
tration," will be discussed by a 817ZANNE LANDI and CARLrfi
panel at the People Speak, South; ,'A>JV!1'11,if^
Florida's Town Hall Forum, on1 n.
Friday 8 p.m in the Washington Sn&KuWhl.
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Wash- Defendants.
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fl. _. To: ROBERT R. BROWN and MON-
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B. Mutter, psychiatrist; Helen Al- "'""" r.-n. ,,,.. u.i.iress h. ,ln-
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Hook .11. Page l, nt th.- Culill. Rec-
ords ..r Dade County, Florida.
And you are required to serve a
Religious School
Session Sunday
TNT group of the Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School will
hold its second session of the new
school year Sunday morning, s
a.m., under the direction of Irving
Kuttler and Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum.
The group, which includes boys
and girls who are becoming, or
have been Bar and Bas Mitzvah,
participates in a service and
breakfast each Sunday morning
from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
O. 63C 9918
IMiliA RI8BNBSRG GX'ERRIERO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
' IEOROE (1IANDE OCERRIERI I,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: (IEOROE fllANoE Ol'ERRIERO
W s.ll.y Street
Lynn, Mass.
Yon are hereby notified thai Bill
of CompMnl for Divorce ha a been
filed against you( and you are re-
quired in nerve n copy or your Answer
or Pleading to the I'.ill of Complaint
hi the plaintiff's Attorney, shiki.ky
WOt U.K. RSi Arthur Uodfrey Road,
or pleading in the oftlee of the Clerk
of tin' Circuit Court before the Slat
day or October, IMS, If you fail to
do no. jurlirment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint. This notice
shall be published once each week for
four (ii conaecutlve weeks in The
Jewlah Plorldlun.
DONE AND ORDERED :u Miami.
Florida, this null day of September,
1961
E. I! l.EATIIKli.M AN
Clerk of the Circuit > "oui t
i lade County, Florida
(seal) By: C. P, Cl IPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
Miami Beach, Florida and file the nn-rcn jvn Wi v
o?Sem,of^r,r'i. wa ass ^Wastta
October. 1963. If you tall to do so. M,aml 3 ll"1"1' .,.
Judgment by default will be taken--------------------------------------"'-"-' islX
against vou for the relief demanded in the county JUDGE'S court
m Hi. inn of Complaint. in and for dade county.
This notice shall be publiihed once FLORIDA in probate
each week for four consecutive weeks No. 60640 C
in Tin-: Jewish n.-ii;ii>i.\.\. IN RE: Estate of
Oil
t u a r i e s
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this n;th day of September.
A.D. 1966.
i: It. I.EATIIER.maN. Clerk,
i in nit Court, Dade County, Mori.la
(seal) Bj : C. I'. COPBLAND
Deputs Clerk
SHIRLEY WOOLP
Attorney for Plaintiff
i. n-S7, in i-ii
HOL2BERG. Aaron, 65, of IS Alhain-
bra Clr. died Kent. 13. Services In
Cincinnati. KlvereUU .
ISAACSON. Sadie, :;. of S911 XIV
19th Ae., died Kept. II. Qordon,
HOPEIK. Mr- Helen, ".".. of JpRJ SW
13th St.. i.- STEIN. Na ban, mi. ..I HIS.'i SW Tlh
St died s. in II, Service* in New.
.ilk. Riverside.
BIRNKRANT. Mrs. Rose, 7>; ..! 3S01 I
folllns Vve Riverside.
COHEN. Mis. Vetta Ethel 10, of Cl
XERSnd Si Services in I......si Hills
i:i\. i sii.
FORTGANG. Mrs Cella, 72, of 3430
X\V 79th SI Services III New 1'ork
Rlvi rslile.
KESDEN. I...i.fa Nan. '., of 6101 SW
13th Ter., die I Sepl IS (imilon.
FALZARANO. .Mis Elsie, 76 ..I 1679
XE IGMh SI. Sen ..s in Cleveland.
liiv. : Idi
COLDBERG. Mrs bin, 67, of U7I XE
IT ll ll St. ItiVi l -i.|.
hayes. Mrs i. hi s. .;:. of 139S NW '
::i-t St. IUuhIr rg
DAN ELS. i"art s. Si-rvlcer In Xe
v.. k Cltj Rl ersidi
GREENBURG. Irving, 65, of I7HI SW
tin i'i Itlverslde.
NACHBY, Meyer, TS, of lo'.l Collins
Ave. Services in Sew York. River-
side.
ROSEN. .Mrs. Gertrude, 67, 9530 s\v
l.'.th si., died Sept. ll Riverside.
AARONSON, Isodore, 75, of 1330
Pennsylvania Ave. Services in New
York. Riverside.
LERNER. Jacob, B0, of i".i NE SSnd
st Riverside.
NEWMAN. William. M. ..t 151 XE
"iJnil St. Riverside.
ESSES. Albert. "..".. of I6S63 NE 'tli
J'l ili,-.l Sept. 10 Riv< rside.
C.RUEN. Michael, 43, ol 13 XE l7Snl
St., died Sept. :'. Rli ersidi .
JACOBOWIT2. Isa.i...... 70, of 1360
Drexel Ave., died Sept. 9. Riverside,
LEVINE, David A 64, of S747 SW
13th St. Gordon.
KAPLAN. Sim,in. 77. of 7:'ll [lyron
Ave. Services in Iii.....kllne, Mi>ss.
Riverside.
BONDY. Alexander, 7:.. ..t RSO Merid-
ian Ave., died Sept. 11. Rlvci-sldi .
SiRKS. Ethel, 69, hi 1809 Meridian
Ave. Riverside.
SPiEGELMAN. Samuel, 71, of 1531
I Texel Ave. Rivei sld<
weil, Klegfred P., so, of ISSfl Mar-
-ill. Dr., died Sept. ll. Riverside.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60717.B
IN RE: Estate of
MOI.LIE STEIN
Dei-eased.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltom and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Againal Said
Estate:
Yon an hereby notified and r, -
quired In present nnj claims and de-
mands which you ma\ have agulnsl
tin- estate ..I Mi il.l.li: STEIN di
ci i .1 lali ..f Dade Count}. KIoi Ida
I., the Count) Judges of Dade County,
.!nil iii- the same III duplicate and as
linn ided in Sec 11, in 733 16. Worlds
Bin i Ii -. in their offli s in the <"..im-
n i "mil'in.ns, in |>ndc County, Flor-
ida, within si\ i-alendar months from
th. t........i the first publication h, i, -
of. ,.t- the sun., will lie Inn re I.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this nth
da> ,.i Septembel. A.D. 196 I
Rl'TH RAUL.ET
As Administratrix
ii. st publication of this not I,. n
Hi,- :'"ih .lav .,t" September, 196
1 IlKAIIAM ll SHl'KAT
Attorney for Administratrix
::"..". Lincoln Road
Miami I teach, 1- loi Ida
: S0-S7, in i-l l
ill AKI ES GINSBERG
H.......,-1 -I
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor> and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims in Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are herebj notified and re-
quired to present anj claims and mauds which you may have against
tin- estate of CHARGES ;in.-i:i:iti
deceased late of Dade County, Plor-
Ida, to the County Judges if Hade
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within rlx ,-.,!-
endar months from the date -,i the
first publication hereof, m tl" -.nor
will I., barred.
I lated al .Miami. Florida tli- I lib
dav of September 1963.
- i IAKRIEI. i ii IRI IVE55
Executor
i ioldman, < loldst, In & l"acil, i
Attorne) m
:'i II w.-st l ngler Street
____________ ;. 20-27, 10 i-l I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desliIns ; ciucagi i'
'.i n. -- mi.i. r th, tlinit lines of
ll.ua-. il ,v I: \\ hoi, na i ilHtrlh-
iiini s ,i, 211 si: |s| s I., i. Miami
Florida Intend lo register said names
with th. Clerk of th. Circuit Court of
I ia,l.- County, Floridii
Ni iRMA II Vt'SEX
KITTY BR.VCN
MAR\ IX BRAl'X
JERI i.MI-: -IAC IBS! IX
Sole l u.-rs
tll'Y l\'. STl'ART
All.....i-y for Applicants
1413 i *ongresi Building
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Kjewist norictfor,
Friday, September 20, 1953

Memorial Services at Cemeteries Sunday
Memorial services honoring the departed will be held in cemeteries
throughout the Greater Miami area en Sunday. The services are tra-
ditionally held during cemetery visitations between Rosh Hashona and
Yom Kippur.
Mt. Neb Cemetery
Special memorial services will
be held at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, 5505
NW 3rd St., on Sunday, Sept. 22.
At 10:30 a.m., Rabbi David Ros-1
enfeld will officiate for members 1
ot his congregation, Flagler-Gra-
nada.
Rabbi Samuel April, of Temple
Or Olom, will conduct the service
at 11 a.m.
For members of Temple Emanu-
1, Miami Beach, services will be
held at Mt. Nebo at 11:30 a.m.,
with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
olficiate at noon for members of
Beth David Congregation. Also
scheduled are the following ser
vices:
Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, 12:30 p.m.; Temple
Judea, Rabbi Mordecai Podet, 1
p.m.; Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, Dr. Joseph R. Narot. 2
p.m.; and Congregation Beth
Kodesh. Rabbi Max Shapiro. 3 p.m.
The entire community is invited
10 attend the special traditional
memorial services.
*
Lakeside Memorial Park
Lakeside Memorial Park. NW
25th St. and 103rd Ave., will hold
special memorial services Sunday,
Sept. 22. The services will mark
the traditional High Holy Day
season cemetery visitation.
At 11 a.m., Rabbi Eugene Lab-
ovitz, of Temple Ner Tamid. will
ofticiate.
Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. spiritual
leader of Southwest Jewish Cen-
ter, will conduct the service at 1
p.m
At 1:30 p.m., services will be
conducted by Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz, of Temple Menorah.
# *
Star of David
Special services will be held ;it
Star of David Memorial Park. 5900
SW 77th Ave.. Sept. 22
Rabbi Murray A. Alstel will be
present in the park to hold indivi
dual memorial services for mourn-
ers. The following congrega-
tions are also scheduling special
services:
Temple Judea. Rabbi Mordecai
Podel officiating, 10 a.m.; Temple
Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, 10:30
a.m.; Temple Beth Shirah, Rabbi
Morris Skop. 1 p.m.; and Temple
B'nai Sholom. Rabbi Samuel,
Machtei. 2 p.m.
" *
Woodlawn Park
Mt. Sinai Cemetery
Community memorial services
will be offered by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Cemetery Asso-;
tiation at the Jewish section
of Woodlawn Park Cemetery and
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-j
tery on Sunday. Sept. 22.
Services at Woodlawn. 3200 SW
8th St.. will be at 11 am Of-
liciatiug will be Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro. Beth David Synagogue;
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth El
Congregation; and Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Beth Emeth Yehudah
Moshe.
Cantor William Lipson. of Beth
David, will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
At Mt. Sinai. 1125 NW 137th St..
2 p.m. services will be conducted
by Rabbi Schiff. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, and Rabbi Tibor II. Stern,
ol Beth Jacob Congregation, fan
to* Maurice Mamches, f Beth
Jacob, will render the musical por
tions of the liturgy
Hyman Chabner, president, and
llyman P. Galbut. vice president,
co-chairmen of the memorial Ser-
vices Committee, said th;it seats
and tent will be set up. with praj
crbooks also made available for
worshippers.
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popularity of Florida's
scape extends all the way .
New York to sometimes
petitive California Paint
. just sent off by Reyna
german to the Museum
prim Editioai of N.Y.C., which
oat bought the right* to her
for reproductions, were
|y of our State's beautiful
natural scenery Same choice
was made recently by a West
Coasl Gallery ... On a recent
trip north, the talented artist
hung two of her paintings in the
Lincoln Center home of the
Charles Rudolfs, formerly of Bay
!..: bor
\: I more on aesthetes, wilh
Dr. .nil Mrs Arturo di Filippi
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
home from a long vacation, can "Lakme." bv Delibes in Jan-
the opera season be far behind? nary and Donizetti's "L'Elisir
. Flew all over the country d'Amore" to be presented in
Visiting friends in New York. February.
Denver and the West Coast, in-
eluding San Francisco Now it will be the very end of Octo-
they're concentrating on the ber betore Harriet and Jules
Opera Guild'! presentation of Stark return to their home on
Jewish Floridian
Fiorida. Friday. September 20, 1963
Section B
v,h's r.' the Executive Board of the Lebe- Rachel Parness, and Tillie Fraydman. Stand-
dikei Branch plan the Oct. 5 special evening ing fleft to right) are Mesdames Sarah Tal-
m behalf of Histadrut. Seated (left to right) are madge, Bertha Forer, Jean Ricklin, Cele Miro-
Mesdumes Ida Goldstein, Ray Malin, Bella wits, Sarah Babier, and Frieda Sack.
lEisenbaum. Sylvia Zuckerman. Tania Shapiro,
.ebediker Unit to Fete Histadrut
liker Branch of the Labor
lionist Organization will hold a
biii.il evening in behalf of Hista-
liiii on Saturday evening, Oct.
I. at the Fontaincbleau h..el.
Gucsl speaker will be Rabbi
eon Kronish, spiritual leader of
empie Beth Sholom, according to
11 Z Stadlan. president of the
rael Histadrut Committee of
irentcr Miami.
Lebediker Branch is currently-
sponsoring a room in the Medical
Center at Beershcba. now under
constniction in Israel. Histadrut
I Committee of Greater Miami has
; pledged some 1200,000 toward the
j erection of the center
Special committee appointed to
spearhead the Lebediker Branch
i (rive are Mr. and Mrs. Ely Malin.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Goldstein.
Mr and Mrs Oscar Shapiro, Mr.
and Mrs. Solomon Parness, and
Jacob Fraydman.
The Oct. 5 event will include
special greetings to Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Filosoff, who have just
returned from a trip to Israel.
Filosoff will report on the pro-
gress to date at the Bccrsheba
Medical Center construction site.
Miami Beach Boarded the
SS Queen Frederica on the 11th
for a cruise to Italy Arriving
in Rome, they'll motor, on their
own, for a second and longer
look at the many charming towns
of which limited time on last
year's jaunt permitted only brief
glimpses Won't snub new-
places, either Here to wish
them bon voyage before they
left were Harriet's daughter and
son-in-law, Pat and Van Bloch,
down from Tampa where Van,
a physicist, is a professor at the
new University of South Florida
. With them they brought
Vanessa, a 2-month-old bundle of
cuteness ... In New York, which
was the first stop for the Starks.
they were met by Harriet's son,
Bob Gross, and his Phyllis.
e *
Another in the round of enter-
taining for Goldye (Mrs. Meyer)
Shubb, of Sioux City, la., was
the dinnel party last Tuesday
night at the home of Yvettc
(Mrs. Mickey) Kraus The
Shubbs, members of "The Royal
Order of the Sneeze," official
hay fever organization, are at
the Eden Roc for the group's an
nual pollen-free vacation .
Twenty-first year that the Sneez-
er! have made Miami Beach
their haven from the Augusl-to-
September plague "i ragweed,
which causes so much discom-
fort in other localities Others
who feted Goldye during her
'.!.'. here are Mrs Al l Ruth i
Bernard and Mrs. Ardelle Levitt,
who "knew her when" they, too,
were rc-iclents of Sioux City .
More recent friends hosting teas
and luncheons for Goldye ciuring
the summer were Mrs. Frances
Linn and Adrea (Mrs. Harold)
Soglovitz who, along with Yvette,
met the Shubbs in the spring
when they were shipboard com-
panions on a long SS Coronia
cruise.
Juliet and Dr. Hyman Lieber,
touring Israel, write "we can't
help but admire the spirit and
vitality of the Israelis" ... A
resident of Phoenix. Ariz.. Juliet
is a former Miamian. and before
going abroad, the Liebers spent
several weeks here renewing ac-
quaintance with many longtime
friends .
An invitation by proxy from
Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of
the Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal .
Though she's presently touring
the Scandinavian countries, she'll
be back in time to greet those
whom she has asked to join her
at a "thank you" tea on Oct. I
at the Algiers Hotel Inez has
planned the Command Perform
ar.ee Dessert Luncheon "for
you who have done an outstand-
ing job for CJA this year.'"
* *
Harvey Pleischman, the Wo-
metco exec, is recuperating at
home following recent surgery
Islanders Chapter Members
Pledge Scholarship Support
During the first regular meet
ing of the Islander's Chapter of
Women's American ORT held re-
cently at the Roney Plaza Hotel,
14 members of the group pledged]
to support an ORT student for B
year.
Mrs. Ben Israel will support
: three students, and Mrs. Jack
Troy two students in honor of their
grandchildren. Other pledgees!
I are Mrs. William Carduna. Mrs.
I Samuel Garfunkel, Mrs. Aaron |
Green. Mrs. Julius Greenhouse,
I Mrs. Joseph Kanter, Mrs. Flor-
j ence Kupperman. Mrs. Joseph
Lipsky, Mrs. Martin Lodge, Mrs.
Harold Solomon. Mrs. Isidore
i Sandberg, Mrs. George Steam .
and Mrs. Milton Travers.
The meeting was chaired by.
membership vice president, Mrs.
Jack Kanter. in the absence of .
president. Mrs. Abbe Lane. Mrs. ;
George Stern, program chairman,
was in charge of the afternoon
Fund- given by the pledgees
will be used to pro ide rudimen
li'iy essentials to ORT students
(or food, clothing and shelter.
New Season
Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband
will hold its first meeting of the
season next Wednesday evening
at the Cultural Center. 842 Wash-
ington Ave.
Max Astor, president, said that
the meeting will hear a report by
Mrs. Miriam Halperin. vice presi-
dent, on her recent trip to Israel.
Bernard Furman, cultural chair
man of the branch, will instro-
duce the speaker. Program will
also include installation of new
members, and a social hour will
follow


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+ lewi*tirhriJi*>r
Mt. Sinai Auxiliary Views the Future
Friday, September
By MRS. LEONARD WIEN
President, Ml. Sinai Hospital
Women's Auxiliary
AS president of Mount Sinai Hos-
** pital's Women's Auxiliary, I
am proud to serve as the leader
of this organization which gives
of itself to our community and its
many visitors.
According to principles set
down by the American Hospital
Association, there are three basic
reasons for the very existence of
any hospital auxiliary: in-hospital
volunteer service, fund-raising
and public relations. The Wom-
en"s Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, since its inception in 1949,
has lived up to these three prin-
ciples in the performance of all
of its activities.
Our organization boasts a mem-
bership of over 2,300, of whom
over 500 give in-hospital volunteer
service. Last year alone the im-
pressive total of 84.276 hours Of
service were performed in almost
all areas of the hospital. This ser-
MRS. KONARD WlfN
greets and assists new patients
r;,zyan^ fro,?, highiy r/? --*-a-z k
service in the SnL Bar and Gift J^ SSSSSJtt Z
Male Volunteer Corps. These
National Award gentlemen work alongside the
ladies in the performance of a
I am pleased to report that variety of volunteer duties,
during 1962, one of our new ser-l As important as in-service vol.
vices received a national honor-j unteer duties, our Auxiliary rec-
able mention awardthe Admit- ognlzes also that good musing is
ting Registration Desk which I a vital part of any hospitals pro
1.000 Students Mark Holiday
More than 1.000 students are
participating in teen-age, elemen-
tary and primary' High Holy Day
services to be conducted by Beth
Torah Congregation on Rosh
Hashona and Yom Kippur.
Through the cooperation of Wo-
metco Enterprises, services for'
the teen-agers of North Dade area
are to be held on Thursday and
Friday from 10 a.m. to noon, at
Wometcos 163rd St. Theatre, un-
der the direction of Alexander
Andron, member of the congrega-
tion's faculty.
With 700 young people conduct-'
ing and participating in the ob-
servances, ushers will be provid-
ed by the Synagogue Youth Com-
mittee, with Ray Bookman, chair-
man. Sidney Rudnick and Al Au
genstein in charge.
Guest speakers include Mayor
Arthur Snyder. of North Miami
Beach, and Joseph Schmier. presi-l
, e'ent of the congregation.
Some 400 Hebrew School stu-
dents will conduct services in the
school's Youth Auditorium from]
; 10:30 to 1 p.m.. led by Mark Had]
dad and Richard Kagan. student
rabbis, under the direction of!
Abraham J. Gittelson. education
director, and school faculty mem-
bers.
A special service has been ar-
ranged for first grade Hebrew
School students led by instructors.
Mrs. Morris Levin. Mrs. Dorothy
Gruen and Mrs. Jack Diamond, in
Room 202 of the school building
.'rom 10:30 to 1 p.m.
A unique service, u'earcd to
members of the Alef Congrega-
tion, 5-to-8 year-olds, will nice; tin
der the direction of Miss Beatrice
Levin and members of the Sunday
School faculty lrom 11 to ] p.m.,
in Room 101.
, gress. When Mount Sinai's School,
oi Practical Nursing was founded
in 1951. the Women's Auxiliary
undertook the financial responsi-
bility for this project, and todaj
proceeds from the Gift Shop and
the Snack Bar. manned by our
volunters, go toward the upkeep
ol our excellent School of Prac-
tical Nursing.
Understanding the Needs
Another fund-raising project
close to the hearts of the mem-
bership Of our Auxiliary is our
Remembrance Fund. Monies lrom
this fund are channeled to the
hospital's Social Service Depart-
ment, which provides extra ser-
vices for those who not only need
them, but in all probability could
not function well without them.
These Remebrance Fund contri-
butions provide taxi fare for an
out-patient too ill or crippled to
take a bus to one of our 28 clinics.
and often-times provide an arti-
licial limb or a layette for a new-
born.
In order to be good public rela-
tions agents for the hospital, one
must truly understand its needs,
its problems and its goals. The
membership of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital's Women's Auxiliary prides
itself on this knowledge, Not only
must new members take a tour ol
cur hospital, but they must also
abide by the rules and regulations
which are set down to provide
service and funds, as well as to
educate them with the true under-
standing necessary to accomplish
these goals.
As a result, members ot our
Auxiliary glow with pride at our'
newborns and feel the tragedy ol
human suffering. We, along with
the rest ol Mount Sinai Hospital's
family, are pleased when funds
arc available for the purchase oi
new technological equipment, and
v. hen the dreams ol expansion In-
come realities. Yes, we are an
integral part of the growing hos
pltal family, giving service to all
who come to our doors, regard
less of race, creed, color oi the
ability to pi j
New Year Greetings to
All My Friends
Henry A. Kamp
Hol'day Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
SERGEANT SAM R. FUIF0RD
President

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The role "i our Auxiliar>
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we have upheld the-e principles
during this last year and look for
ward to ;i new year ol accomplish
ment and greater success
jm extends
sincere wishes for a


Friday, September 20, 1963
. ipwfcli FtwidBkun
Page 3-B
ORT's Program Here for Self-Reliance
By MRS. LOUIS BARON.
President, Florid* Southeast
Region of ORT
"IF you save a life, you save a
generation. If you save a gen-
eration you save a whole people."
Dr. William Habcr, president of
World ORT Union, and dean of
economic* at the University of
Michigan, used this phrase to sup
up the work of ORT.
Women's American ORT's object
is fully to understand the precar-
ious life of our fellow Jews all
over the world who are continual-
ly harassed by oppression, perse-
cution and discrimination. This
kind of tyranny, then as now,
prompted the founders of ORT in
!880 to evolve a program devoted
lc training and to economic re-
construction of Jewish life through-
i ui the world.
A member of tbe non-Govern-
mental Organization of the United
Nations. ORT has
our government in the 1)1* Camps
..iojjoving World War U. the Unit-
ed States Escapee program for
posed great problems. ORT found Bay. Biscayne, Coral Gables. Hol-
it imperative to expand its pro- lywood, Islanders, Greater Miami,
gram considerably and suddenly. Creynolds Park, Miami Beach
New schools were opened imme- Afternoon, North Dade, North
d.ately in Paris. Lyons. Mar- Miami, South Miami, and South-
1 seilles, Toulouse, Strasbourg, and westwe were able to achieve all
Montrcuil. our national quotas.
In Israel, the acute shortage of
ORT Thrift Shop
Refugees, the Agency of Interna-
ls. tOUrS BARON
Cuban lews Need Calendars and Schochet Now
MEXICO CITY (JTA)Cuba's et hooks and Bibles on hand, but
Jews are in need of Hebrew cal- at least 300 Hebrew calendars
endars and would like to have a were needed by the community
rabbi and a ritual slaughterer for year 5724.
[schochet), according to a request
eceived here this week from
Havana by Rabbi Abraham M.
ilershberg. president of the Rab-
his of Central America and Carib-
bean Area.
The letter, signed T>y Aaron
C.eitzholtz and Aznel Weic, presi-j
dent and secretary of the Havana
Jewish Community, stated that
ihere were sufficent Hebrew pray-
Tifereth Israel Donee
The community has long enter-
taired hepes that a rabbi and
ritual slaughterer might come
here, the letter stated. At pres-
ent, marriages in accordance
with Jewish ritual are being con-
secrated by the "old schochet,"
the leaders reporter.
It was learned at the same
time that a new organization unit-
ing all of Havana's remaining
Jewish religious and cultural or-
ganizations has just been formed.
killed workers and technicians
tional Development (AID', and continues to grow. In June 1963 One of our greatest assets is
just recently was invited to at- Women's American ORT had ful- our Thritt Shop at 6103 NW 7th
tend the Peace Corps conference '>' completed its obligation for the Ave. This thriving business not
in Puerto Rico financing of the construction of only supports the Deaf Mute
the Aaron Synagalowski Center in! School in Casablanca but provides
Immigration Flash Flood Tel Aviv. in our community an outlet for
Traditional centers of Jewish The Southeastern Florida Re-' good values in used clothing and
settlements both in Eatsern *. "" 2,000 members in Dadj bric-a-brac.
Europe and North Africa are ano Breward County, is one of| The next two months will be
shattering under the impact of 31 regions consisting of 421 busy and exciting for our region,
powerlul events. From all indica- chapter, in the United States. 0n Oct. 2, we are having our an-
tions the tide of Jewish refugees! Among our many activities of nual membership luncheon at tne
will continue to flow in the fore- the past year was playing host to Deauville. At this time, we will
sceable future. ORT's program women from all over the United be honored to have as our guest
has a apted its locale and work Slates at the national board con- the executive director of Women s
to the shifting pattern of our ference at the Fontainebleau. The American ORT, Na han Gould,
people. In the past year. France Abbe Lane luncheon was also an On Oct. 14 to 18, delegates lrom
and Israel were the two hardest outstanding event, with Mr. and all our chapters will attend ne
hit countries. The flash Hood of Mrs. Xavier Cugat receiving our 17th b'e"nialHil7onnvenV2,eoUtSv
l,rst -Jennie Artist Award nam- New York Hilton, lmmeoiaieiy
120.000 Algerian Jews to France ^ af(er ouf sporiSor Mrs Jennie upon return, work will be corn-
in the matter of a few months c-rossinger. After hearing con- pleted for National ORT Sab-
stantly about ORT from the worn- bath.
en. 15 men have started a Men's [| is t0 this program that we,
ORT Federation Chapter, the first )nt, members of Women's Amen
in Florida. Today, the group has can 0rs;nization for Rehabilita-
te members and is headed by ti()n trough Training, recognizing
The address of Hie new organi- Daniel Neal Heller. The forma- (.(|r obugation as citizens of the
zatiori was given as PradO, 260. lion of our long-desired Miami worys greatest democracy, and
Havana The Jewish population Business and Prolessional group bcing a part of the most privilege
ol Cuba is now estimated at ap- has become a reality. Together vl\ Jewish community in the
nroximately 3.50O. with our other twelve charters world, dedicate ourselves.
Tifereth Israel is sponsoring a
Yom Kippur dance on Saturday l Jacobo Adato was chosen presi-
night, Sept. 28, 8:30 p.m., in the dent of the new organization, and
'ociai hall. Azriel Weic, secretary.
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Friday, September 20, '??,
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Something exciting is always happening in the Charles Gottlieb
house. Right now Bernice and the three children, Jay, Laurie and
Joan, are thrilled and pleased about their father's new project, the
founding of Jackson Manor Nursing Home.
Bernice was born in Wilkes Barre, Pr. Starting at the age of six,
she became an inveterate camper, ending up as a counselor and swim-
ming instructor. She went to Ithaca College in New York because
of its good Drama Department, became an
,education major, and did her required prac-
ice teaching. After college, Bernice was
eatured on a woman's radio program in
rfanticoke, Pa., also writing the commercials,
t was at this time she met Charles on a
ilind date. They were married at the end
! )f three months, and after that, she only
istened to the radio.
Since Bernice's specialty was speech ther-
ipy, when she began to do organization work
he started teaching cerebral palsy children.
\l the time CD headquarters was a small
store on 8th Ave. in Miami. She was active
n Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Jew-
>h Family and Children's Service, Menorah
Group of lladassah, Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee. Israel Bonds, and
PTA among others. Last year, she went back
ibstitute teaching in any grade irom elementary to junior high.
B mice sees that sin's never too tired to enjoy doing things with
her children. Wonder of wonders, she enjoys car pool, the bugaboo of
mothers, The children enjoy sports as much as she does, and
they swim and play tennis together, Bernice can give them pointers]
she played tournament ten:.is. Everj once in a while,
he slips ai ly and goes hors-.-back-riding by herself. Charles had
her a horse, but the troi ble in keeping it far outweighe h .. ig
a "Mr Ed own, one never-to-be-forgotten familj project was
p for the fivi of them in a Volkswagi .11 the
ad < harles I a kick out ot traveling. For years, Ber-
1 baj : D Stl Spanish, They went lii San Juan so she could
ill her Spanish, She still doesn't know whether she was under-
because of her Spanish or because she could speak English,
i i the highlights Oi their travels was a trip to Russia and Israel.
i i nexi on the list, sir.ee they have never been there. The
m at home is nothing to brag about; the Gottliebs talk about
ten, but do little more than talk. Bernice has promised herself one
top talking and start gardenii
Ii >ou have ever met charming Bernice. you remember her.
Double Ring Rites
for the Feders
In Vows Here
Double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Saturday, Sept. 14. unit-
ed the former Miss Jayne Susan
Pomerance and Larry II. Feeler.
Rabbi Max Lipschilz officiated at
he evening nuptials held in the
home of the bridegroom's mother.
Mrs. Sam Schell, 2410 N. Shore
Ter., where a reception and for-
mal dinner followed.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Edmund R. Snyder. 1785
Calais Dr. For the wedding, she
selected a street-length gown of
imported alencon lace and silk or-
ganza fashioned with long torso,
high neckline, sleeves-to-wnst-
point, and bodice reembroidered
with sequins and pearls.
The four-tierred French illusion
veil was held by a crown of lace
and pearls, and she carried white
orchids, stephanotis, and lily-of-
the-valley on a Bible.
Honor matrons were Mrs. Stan-
ley Friedman and Mrs. Ronald
Friedman. The bridegroom's
brother. Fred Feder, served as
his best man.


Ardmore
m. uum not*
BERHICt
The newlywecis are both grad-
uates of Miami Beach High. The
bride will attend the Universitj
oi Miami, where her husband hail
been a student,
On their return from a hone)
moon in Jamaica ai
the young couple will mi ke th ii
home in Noi th Baj V II;
Miss Rosenberg
Engaged Here
Engagement of Marlene Rosen-
berg and Martin D. Zuckerman is
being announced by the future
bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ger-
ald H Rosenberg, fui 89th St.
The prospective bridegroom is
the sun of Mr. and Mrs. .lack
Zuckerman. of Belle Harbor, NY
\iiu in his las) year at Michigan
State University, Mr Zuckerman
i- a membi r 11 Alpha Epsilon Pi
I m
e be
- i r
Beach Man Weds
Miss Ruth Talamo
Ruth Clara Talamo and L r
L. Green were married Sir
Sept. 15. in Worcester. Mas
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs
bee Winthrop Talamo, of
cester, Ihe bride is an alumi
the Bancroft School, in W(
ter. and a graduate of Rai
College. She was a Doctors. ;.
didate in sociology at Bostor i|.
versity as a National D.
Education Act Fellow.
The bridegroom is the s of
Mr. and Mrs. David Mo
of Miami Beach. He is a i.
uate of the Wharton School a- he
University of Pennsylvania, v re
he was a member of the Mask
and Wig Society and preside/ of
Sigma Alpha Mu.
He did graduate work in ,,.
neering at the University ot
ida, and is a first lieutena n
the Air Force presently on ;, \j
of duty in Japan.
After a honeymoon in San Fr.n-
cisco. the couple will li\ n
Japan.
5
Meeting at Dade Height
First Cub pack committee i-
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gat ion is scheduled for Thin -
Sent. 26. at 8 p.m. Parei
eligible boys are invited to a"
\ Yom Kippur Night Dam
b( held at the Temple on S
day, Sept. 28.
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Hebrew High Opens Branches
ladelphia's favorite daughter, Princess Grace of Monaco.
- former actress Grace Kelly, returned to her hometown re-
ir.-jtly to officiate at the opening of the annual Philadelphia
T.: vel and Vacation Show. Ettie Housman, hostess in the El
A. Israel Airlines booth, shows cutaway model of El Al 707
r to interested Princess Grace, who made a special visit to
booth accompanied by Prince Ranier (right) and her bro-
ther, John B. Kelly (center), who was president of this year's
osition.
Pioneer Women Plan Meetings
by
i.i
Sir-
tar
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of
h
h

vkoth celebration will be held
Eebe Idelson Chapter of Pio-
Women on Oct. 3 at 1 p.m.
i> Washington Federal Audi-
n 1133 Normandic Dr.
5, Dora Offenhenden, presi-
will discuss the significance
e holiday. Refreshments will
erved by Mrs Harry Sachs in
; of the birth oi her great-
Ichild.
Golda Meir Ch'h will hold its
fust regular meeting on Tuesday
evening. 8 p.m., at Beth El Con-
gregation. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin,
president, will conduct the meet-
ing.
Reception will honor members
who have just returned from a
recent trip to Israel. Included
are Mesdames Miriam Halperin.
Jenny Schwartz, Gussie Binder.
and Fannie Mindlin.
Mrs. Halperin will report on
her impressions, with the other
honorees also to give brief im-
pressions. Mrs. Betty Erman will
entertain with a musical program.
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff is chair-
man of the entertainment portion
fl the evening
Judea Theatre
Plans Production
Under the direction of Robert
Rren-or ard RoHi-rt Ro-en. the
Temple Judea Theater Guild is
going inio rehetusai this ween.
The Guild will pro.'uce an orig
inal r>ro,h"itioi th s | ,1..
Casting is not yet complete, and
persons interested in participat-
'> backs!;!""' or betorc ie 100
lights are invited to call the of-
lice of Temple Judea of Coral
Gables for information.
In cooperation with the syna-
gogues of Greater Miami, the
Hebrew High School of the Bu-
;i Education began
- tins week in Wesi Miami,
' mi. Miami Beach,
h I'.' .nil and Hollj
:- i'i] i- an
I unit) SChOOl Offer-
.1 : i I si ruction for boyj
girls attending public high
throughi it bade a n d
all! COUI '
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education,
said that the Hebrew Hit,h
School helps to meet the needs
of Hebraic study for the teen-
ager "who is at the first stage
of beginning to understand the
true meaning of Judaism and his
association with the Jewish peo-
ple."
The High School is open to all
boys and girls who are Hebrew
School graduates or have the
equivalent knowledge
Hebrew High School meets at
various areas of the city, includ-
ing Temple Emanu-El, Beth Dav-
id Congregation, Temple Zion,
Beth Torah Congregation, Temple
Sinai of Hollywoo:!, and the Bu-
ministered by the Bureau ol .leu
additional branch is scheduled to
be up.' nl at Temple Or Olom.
A new project of the He
l!i ;h S< ii | this
H :. il a I-
Bur u ol
ish '.'. thi' coo|
lion of 1 leth El, Beth
i the IT Uj
wood Jewish Welfare Federation.
Tlu' Hollywood school will offei
'.ram of need Hi
studies lor teen-age boys and girls
in the Hollywood community who
have graduated from afternoon
Hebrew School or have the equiv-
alent knowledge.
Purpose of the school is to
supplement the pre-confirma-
tion and confirmation programs
offered in the synagogues with
courses in Hebrew language and
literature. Two classes have
already been organized.
The first class began Monday
evening at Temple Sinai. Classes
will meet regularly every Mon-
day, in addition to studies in in-
dividual synagogue classes.
Instructors at the Hebrew High,
School are Rabbis Shimon Azulay.
Arnold Richter, Meyer Samberg
and Zvi Sax. Tin.' Hebrew High
School is directed by Herbert Zm
Berger, assoei
of the
Bureau of Jewish Education,
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Friday, September 20. 196:
United Jewish Appeal Role in Israel's Reemergence
ALL over the world, something
**'miraculous happens to chil-
dren whose lives are touched by
ihe United Jewish Appeal. They
come alive.
In Morocco, one hot meal a day
can do it; in Israel, a chance to go
to school and a quiet corner in
which to study; in France, escape
from terrible city slums to a sum-
mer camp. Whatever the pro-
gram, a touch of UJA help, and
before one's very eyes, the chil-
dren come to life. You could al-
most call them "instant people."
And it's all done with money and
love.
It has been estimated that out
"i every three persons who re-
ceive UJA help, one is a child or
;: youth under eighteen. So of the
575,000 Jewish men, women and
children for whom UJA requires
j96.000.000 this year, some 190.000
young people have an enormous
slake. And rightly sofor they
;.re the future. Where UJA once
concentrated on saving the Jew-
:s'i remnantthe survivors of war
;ind Nazismnow its priority em-
phasis is on saving the future
the children.
These are the Services
...... -
LYDDA AIRPORTThis child, ju-t ten minutes off the plane,
is enjoying her first meal in freedom in a UJA immigrant re-
ception center.
What are these services for chil-
drenas carried out by the Jew- cans
i>h Agency for Israel, the Joint
Distribution Committee, the New-
York Association for New Ameri
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your patronage during the past year.
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and Prosperous New Year
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In twenty Youth Centers, large.
ly in development areas, th< \
Agency offers the only schooling
available to 2,000 immigrant
adolescents from age 14 up. \(w
ways and learning come hard ic)
members of this group. They
would feel out of place sitting ir,
elementary schools with younger
jl-mM In some of the institutions,
the dav is divided between school-
ing an'.i working in the surround-
ing collective larm villages AB-i
other phase provides special care nUdren
for handicapped or emotionally
disturbed children. Some live
with foster families. Others live 8? clubs offer much-needed ha\
in small groups with leaders cap- t,ns |0 10,000 children who flock:
able of loving. parer'al^ car*~ there after classes in regular
m
In a vast Youth Club program,
uch like the leaders of the "cot-
tage plan" in
orphanages.
modern American
school. Here they find
halt-
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and the United Hias Ser- the Jewish Agency, but also
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In Israel, bursting at the seams subventioned Yeshivoth and ORT
vith new immigration. UJA aid programs. It has been estimated
s channeled primarily through that of the 308,000 people we are
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i helping in Israel this year, at
least 102,000 of them are chil-
dren, or young people, up to age
eighteen.
In a sense, Jewish Agency help :
goes to every immigrant child and
vouth who enters the country
as part of a family unit being re-
settled. But the Jewish Agency
is increasingly stressing the need
to give special, direct aid to the
young generation.
The Agency is growingly con-
iirned with speeding up the in-
tegration of immigrant youth,
especially children coming from
backward North African countries
and now living in diificult home
environments in the raw. newly de-
veloped towns.
Thousands of Scholarships
For these programs, for the
many thousands of scholarships
to high schools and for the finan-
cing of vocational training, the
Jewish Agency will hopefully re-
ceive SI ,699,500 Of UJA funds.
solely for direct aid to immigrant
youth.
Of this amount, about a million]
and a quarter is designated for
Youth Aliyah. This vast program
for parentlcss young people 0T|
those whose parents are unable;
to tare for them, currently serves
10.00 boys and girls. Since 1948.,
it has cared for 70.000. Today only |
a compartively small portion of |
Youth Aliyah's budget is receiv-i
ed from UJA funds, through the
Jewish Agency. But almost since
UJA's inception, this wonderful
child care body has had our help.
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work together in a children's
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*>Je*ist) flcridfiajn
Page 7-B
United Jewish Appeal's Role Today
>
Continued from Preceding Page
way quiet spot to studyquieter,
certainly, than their own tiny,
crowded homes.
Specialized Training
The Jewish Agency-sponsored
Technical Clubs attract another
3.000 boys and Kills from eight
up, after school. They provide
training in woodwork, metalcraft,
even electricity, for boys. Girll
learn to weave, embroider, make
simple jewelry. Caring for their
tools, putting them away proper-
It, is a discipline they learn at
the same time.
At the same time, our L'JA dol-
lars are also needed for JDC aid
to youth in Israel. Through its
subvention to ORT, the JDC plays
^ substantial and significant role
i promoting vocational training.
In fact, towards ORT"s total world
budget, JDC contributes about one
quarteror $1,950,000 this year
toward the training of 40.000 stu-
dents in all. Of these, close to
20.000 arc being trained in is
rael alone, in fifty ORT centers.
There has been an enormous in-
crease in enrollment with each
new wave of immigration into the
country.
Iloth the ORT and the Yeshiva
r.rograms in Israel are particular-
ly vital to youth because they sub-
stitute for secondary schooling,
which in Israel is not free. There
are nearly 8.000 boys in 102 JDC-
-upported Yeshivoth alone, and
for many of them, lately, voca-
CASABLANCA^Medical worker in a JDC health center gives
a Jewish child her innoculation before immigrating to Israel.
Torah studies. The augmented 'welve hours long. But it ensures
curriculum is heavythe day is future livelihoods, since not all
graduates will find places as re-
ligious functionaries.
Perhaps one of the most reward-
ing accomplishments in the field
i'f sclfupport is JDC-Malben's
model Rehabilitation Center Jeru-
salem, for menially retarded
adolescents, n takes three yean
and infinite patience to tram the
youngstersall welfare cases from
among the new tide of immi-
j.-rai ts, and all with IQ's as low
US 50 to 80.
But mis! of them prove e u-
cable a d trainable. Along with
elementary schooling, the girls
are taughl to be seamstresses and
house workers; the boys have a
choice of good, saleable trades On
graduating, an overwhelming maj-
ority go home capable of holding
Jobs and earning a living.
There are oilier kinds of handi-
capped children for JDC-Malben
i'Kiscerebral palsied, blind and
deaf children, and victims of
polio. All are helped by tech-
nical assistance and donations to
institutions and special projects
for their care.
So much has been accomplished
in Israel with UJA dollarsbut
there is no end to the need, be-
cause there is no end to the im-
migration.
Editor to Address
Season's Opener
For JNF Council
Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami will open the
season at a meeting nexl Wednes-
day evening in the Lafav ette
Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Leon J Ell. president, said that
members will have an opportun-
ity to extend New Year's greet-
ngs "to all the dedicated and
< evoted frierds and workers in
t>ur community whose efforts were
responsible tor the success of last
yens JNF endeavors lure"
Guesl speaker will be Leo Mind-
lin, executive editor of The Jew-
ish Floridian, who recently n-
lurned from a trip to Israel.
Musical program will follow,
featuring Marian Spear, soprano,
v. ilh Aida Yaslo at the piano
Church Effort Weak Against Argentine Prejudice
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Re-
ports on the status of anti-Semit-
ism in Argentina were submitted
here this week to the general as-
sembly of the daia, the represen-
tative organization of Argentine
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president and Dr. Abraham Gor-
balt. secretary.
Dr. Gorbatt stated that the
church hierarchy in the country
bad not exerted sufficient energy
in censuring the many priests
who were regularly delivering
anti-Jewish sermons and aggravat-
ing already tense situations es-
pecially in the various slum dis-
iricts. He sail it was not enough
lor the Government to close the
headquarters of the Tacuara and
ether anti-Semitic groups, if their
activities were not curtailed.
Dr. Goldenberg said that,
while it was fortunate that Ar-
gentina hac1 achieved political
stability in the last elections, it
was still necessary to secure
"social normalcy. All factors
which have endangered Jewry
continue intact," he declared.
He stressed that it was not a
Dora Stern Ladies
Plan Meeting
First meeting to he conducted
by the new officers of the Dora
Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite
(.enter is slated for Tuesday. 8:30
p.m.. in the social Mall.
Pro-ram will include a skit.
The Jewish Home BeautUul."
presented by the sisterhood Play-
ers.
Chairman I I .i Sisterhood lunch-
eon to be held Tuesday noon. Oct.
15. in the social hall is Mrs. Phil-
lip Richman, with Mrs. George
Graham in charge of tickets.
direct attack on Jewry which
must be feared but the new tac-
tics which the demogogues use
in blaming the bulk of social
problems on the Jews.
He reported that there were 18
Nazi organizations in Argentina
which, though not yet united, can
pool their activities in the future
He asserted that anti-Semitism
was considered "bad political cur-
rency'" at the present time.
At the same time he warned
that the new administration tak-
ing office next month, which he
described as a democratic regime,
may find it even more difficult
to stop the Nazis without extra-
ordinary powers since the laws
are not stringent enough.
'Grand Opening'
Party Saturday
An informal "Grand Opening"
party has been scheduled by the
Variety Club for Saturday even-
ing at the Robert Clay Motel.
Chief Barker William T. Krug-
lak II said that the party is for
both past and present member-
ship, and will celebrate the of-
ficial opening of the Variety's
Club's new headquarters at the
Robert Clay Hotel.
Past Chief Barker Victor Levine
is in charge of arrangements,
with Mrs. George Lewis, Women's
Committee president, as co-chair-
man.
Balkin Lodge
Marks Event
President Kennedy proclaimed
Tuesday, Sept. 17. as "National
Citizenship Day'" commemorating
the signing of the Cnited States
Constitution on that day.
To mark the event. Radio Sta-
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(.ilbert J. Balkin Lodge. B'nai
B'rith, conducted a day-long series
of programs outlining the history
of the Constitution and the rights
and responsibilities of citizens.
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Left to right are Judge Henry Ellenbogen, of
Pittsburgh, as he installs president of the
South Florida Division, American Friends of
the Hebrew University, Jack S. Popick; vice
president, Jacob Rifkin; secretary, Leo Rob-
inson; honorary presidents, Mrs. Oida C.
Rubin and Charles Charcowsky; vice pres-
ident, Leonard Rosen, at a meeting last Apr..
Seated (from left) are Rabbi Irving Lehrmc
speaker of the evening, Mrs. Lehrman a:
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, new founder of t.-.r
American Friends. Vice President Mauri n
Revitz and Honorary President Herbert 2
Shapiro were also installed that evening.
Friends Group Aids Hebrew Univ.
By JACK S. POPICK, President
South Florida Division
American Friends of the Hebrew University
'"THE Hebrew University of Jerusalem holds a
central position within the total Jewish des-
tiny." So Abba Eban. in a speech delivered last
March at the Board of Governors meeting in Jeru-
salem, defined the true status of Hebrew Univer-
sity.
More than 8.000 students are attending classes
on the four campuses which together make up
the university. An additional host of students
take advantage of extension courses throuj.
Israel, and even new immigrant groups are lai..
by Hebrew University professors who volur
their time.
As is <|iiite natural, most students are Isr
but close to 500. Jews and non-Jews. hav< i
from all parts of the world. Israeli attend
includes Druzim and Arabs, who attend i:. .
increasing numbers.
Joining the ever-increasing number oi al
of Hebrew University residing in Greater \1
are Juan Herman. Burton Herman and A.:
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barr, of Miami Beach, and Ronald Winger ot
Golden Beach, who have just returned upon com-
pletion of R year of study in Jerusalem In the
coming registration, Elaine E.elman, of North
Miami Beach, is among 42 students trom the en-
tire United States accepted to spend one year
under the American Student Program which of-
fers knowledge of the country along with the year
of college study and credit. Arleen Eisen, of
Ninth Miami Beach, will spend six months at the
Hebrew University as the recipient of a spcoial
award from Brandeis University.
Localitet Meet Elath
Hebrew University is particularly fortunate in
its president, Eliahu Elath, whom it was my
pleasure to meet at a board meeting in New York
last spring. A graduate of the university and a
true scholar. Elath came to us after a brilliant
career which included ambassadorships to the
L'nited States and Great Britain. Other members
of the Hebrew University national board who were
invited to meet Elath last June included Charles
Charcowsky, Dr. Philip Getlieb, Samuel Fried-
land. Jack D. Gordon, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Stanley C. Myers, Jacob
Kifkind, Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, Samuel T. Sapiro.
Herbert S. Shapiro. Dr. Joseph Weidbcrg, and Dr
Joseph W. Wunsch, of Palm Beach.
When he returns to the United States this
tall. Elath will come to Greater Miami in order
that he may meet with the Friends. A dinner
and general meeting are planned for November.
We of South Florida are deeply concerned with
all of the national projects of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University. Among those
invited from our area to serve on various com-
mittees, still in formation, arc Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man and Rabbi Leon Kronish, for the Stephen
S. Wise Chair in American Jewish Life and In-
stitutions at the Institute of Contemporary Jew-
ry; Leo Mindlin on the Committee for the Rogers
and Hammcrstein Wing in Experimental Medi-
cine and Cancer Research at the Medical School;
Dr. Perltz Schcinberg on the Committee for the
Israel S. Wechsler Memorial Fund, which will
provide scholarships and laboratory equipment in
neurology end psychiatry; and Howard N. Miller.
Milton Sa.ioff, of Hollywood. Albert J. Beer, Bar-
i i v Bernstein. Joseph A. Post and Sidney Wasser-
man on the National Accountants Committee,
which is [.roviding both academic counsel and
material support to the Institute of Accountancy
and the School of Business Administration.
Attorneys in Greater Miami frequently exhibit
their understanding of the importance of Hebrew
University by giving their services in assisting
clients to create revolving student loan funds,
building Kind bequests or special provisions for
gifts to the American Friends. Judge Kenneth
Oka is chairman of the Bequests Committee,
a nd Col. Jacob Arvey, Alexander S. Gordon, Anna
Brenner Meyers. Hon. Kenneth Oka and Herbert
S. Shapiro serve on the national Gifts and Legacies
Committal. Among the many who have arranged
generous bequests to the Hebrew University are
board members Louis Hirsch and Mrs. Rhea C.
Gladwin. Mrs. Shoshana Greenberg took special
pleasure in noting that the recipients of this year's
award from the will of her sister, Channah Spector
Goren, were selected for their scholarships be-
cause of "excellence in the study of Bible, Hebrew
Language, Talmud and Jewish History."
In thinking over the past year's accomplish-
ment, special note must be taken of the Women's
Division under the leadership of Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff. In support of the Jewish National and
University Library which serves not only the uni-
versity but also all of Israel, National Women's
Division has undertaken a million-dollar campaign.
Mrs. Simonhoff visited the campus this year ex-
pressly to observe progress made since her pre-
vious visit, and she will bring to fall meetings
not only her cnthuiasm and dedication but ex-
tensive knowledge of what is being done at Givat
Ram today.
In the field of philosopy. too. the library is
extensive and leading philosophers whom Mrs.
Simonhoff met with in Jerusalem are Gershon
Sholom and Martin Buber. Women's Division
celebrated Dr. Buber's 85th birthday last March
Continued on Page 11-B
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Miami Mizrachi Women's Programs
By MRS. ALFRED STONE
Florida Coordinator
Miirachi. Women of America
A Challenge exists today both in America and
** in Israel. In Israel the challenge consists of
the presently unpublicized influx of families from
nations in North Africa and from certain areas
in Europe. These newcomers arc largely of tra-
ditional background and desire a traditional edu-
caion tor Iheir children. It falls upon Mizrachi
Women to help meet this increased need.
The chaUerge here on the American scene is
that the traditional Jewish woman may find her-
self encompassed by superficial things and feel
the need for a deeper and closer tie with spiritual
Israel and Jewi.-hncss. TO fill this need, it is
planned .<> have a series of study groups to draw
on the wisdom of great Jewish thinkers, who have
in the past successfully faced and conquered prob-
lems parallel to those which we face in today's
world.
New Cultural Chapter
Therefore, in addition to the satisfaction of
her work for Israel, the Mizrachi woman will be
personally enriched. Each chapter in Dade Coun-
ty will have its own study group, and a new cul-
tural chapter is being formed under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Saul Porush, noted educator.
To communicate is essential, and so the chap-
ters of this area have frequent social get-togethers
in the form of luncheons, and teas. For the first
time in Florida, we had the "Mizrachi Woman ot
MRS. AlfRiD STONE
Planning its first installation luncheon to
be held at Ihe home of Mrs. Frances Gold-
berg on Oct. 22 are (seated) Mrs. Alex
Shayewitz, president, and Mrs. Harry Ler-
ner, vice president. Standing are Mrs. Jcs-
eph Gropen and Mrs. Simon April.
the Year" award lunchen with Mrs. Jennie Gross-
Lnger as guest of honor. The annual Florida two-
day conference and workshop was held at the Fon-
taincblcau Hotel in December, with national of-
ficers participating. Plans for this year's con-
ference ;:t the Deauville Hotel are being com-
pleted, and these should be two great days for
Mizrachi Women in this area. All chapters are
participating in these plans. Committee consists
of Mesdames A. Levenson, E, Green, M. New-
berger, s Meyers and H. Grouden.
Local Organizations
Completing its first successful year within the
Mizrachi Women's Organization is the "120 Club
of Florida." This unique medium started by the
Miami Beach Chapter under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. David Berger and Mrs.
Allied Stone, whose members have already pledg-
ed more than S10.000. provides the opportunity to
leave funds for the Mizrachi Women's projects in
one's will. Many friends, as well as members,
fare using facilities of the "120 Club" convenient-
ly and legally to make provision for the continua-
tion of he fine work in Israel for children, and
have received the distinctive gold membership
card. This project continues to grow.
Miami Beach Chapter, Mrs Pauline Gru.-id-
werg honorary president, which meets every sec-
ond Wednesday at 1 p.m.. at the Washington Fed-
eral Building, 1234 Washington Ave., is planning
an exciting Chanukah package party to which the
public will be invited
Dov Chapter of Miami, which meets at :'.cIh
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Continued from Page 9-B
h a lcelure delivered by Dr. Joseph Narot, of
mple Israel, at a morning gathering in the home
Mrs. Emil Friedlander.
At the initial gathering of the past year, Dr.
r.ry King Stanford, president of the Univer-
y of Miami, was guest speaker at a President's
eeption in the home ot Mrs. Simonhoff. with
: s. Samuel T. Sapiro as guest of honor.
Other Women's Functions
Womai; of the Year, Jennie Grossinger. was
.tsented to more than 400 Friends at the Woman
: the Year luncheon, with Anna Brenner Meyers
iding. The 1963 Woman of the Year lunch-
:i will be held on Dec. 27. Kick-off gathering
: the coming year for the Women's Division will
in the lorm of a membership coffee to be held
the home of Mrs. Leonard Rosen on Oct. 18,
i Mrs. Harry Platoff in charge of member-
p.
Wonian of the Book chairman. Lillian Good-
n. commented thai the sight of "The Book" in
rusaslem "was a deeply moving experience. It
de me very proud to know that more than 25
men from Greater Miami have already recog
zed the urgent importance of having their names
--cribed." Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman will assist
-- Goodman on Woman of the Book project this
: r.
The Medical Section
Dedicated president of the American Jewish
-icians' Committee. Dr. Meyer B. Marks, has
-t returned from his third visit to Israel since
%ing office. Dr. Marks plans an early-fall nuvt-
- of the physicians, whose membership, ac-
ting to chairman Dr. Louis G. Lytton, exceeds
. '. Vice president of the American Jewish
vsicians' Committee Dr. Jacob A. Classman
.il report on his visit to the medical school at
' fall meeting. Secretary-treasurer of the group
Dr. Harold L'nger.
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity has under-
en the project of completing the dental school.
I mor.' than 150 members are enrolled in Great
Miami. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz visited the Ein
ii'in campus this summer on a special Alpha
.iega tour. President of the local Alpha Ome-
.. ns. Dr. Jack Landsberg, has worked closely
th the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
rsity as a board member for many years. Dr.
Mton Lubarr is the liaison man between Alpha
'iega and our American Friends of the Hebrew
. nersity chapter.
Two Greater Miami pharmacists, Jacob Pul-
and Ben Saks, attended the ground-breaking
ceremonies for the School of Pharmacy of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem in July, Jerry
Stern serves on the board of the Friends as a
:rk between the pharmacists and the university.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff (right), president of
the Women's Division, American Friends of
the Hebrew University, at a Presidents Re-
ception in her home, chats with Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky, financial secretary
and member of the national board of the
Women's Division.
Mizrachi Women
Continued from Page 10-B
El Congregation. Mrs. Louis Tokayer. pres-
ident, sponsors a successful "Thrift Shop." Mrs.
Max Glick is chairman. The shop is located on
5th St., between Collins and Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Dov Chapter, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Max Newberger, is planning its first
annual "Founder's Day" party honoring all mem-
bers and former members who have moved to
other parts of Miami.
Hatikveh Chapter of Miami Beach, Mrs. Jacob
Katz, president. Mrs. Israel Teitch is chairman
of a committee planning an installation luncheon
to be held at the home of Mrs. Leonard (Dorothy)
Rosen.
Kinneret Chapter in the Westchester and Mi-
ami area. Mrs. Donald Sohrager. president. This
i- an active chapter of younger Mizrachi Women.
Mrs. Samuel Ersoff is program chairman. Of-
ficers include Mrs. Alvin Levinson, Mrs. Arthur
Roth. Mr.;. David Mermelxtein, Mrs. Irwin Bloch,
Mrs. Aaron Hershkowitz.
Batya Chapter of North Miami Beach. Mrs
Alex Shayewitz. president, the newest chapter of
Mizrachi Women in this area, is planning it first
installation luncheon at the home of Mrs. Frances
Goldberg.
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Photie JAckion 2-511S
Fort Laaaeraale, Florida
Greetings to Our Many
Jewish Customers from
Coral Gables and the
Entire Jewish Community
SCOTTY'S
RARttER SHOP
NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU
388 ANDALUSIA
Phone 444-9149
ClltriNGi
Sel Keekt, f rop.
SUNOCO STATION
ROYAL PALM SERVICE
Sunoco FroJucts-f.xpfl Repairing
7603 NX 2nd AVENUE
Phone PL 1-9111
New Year Greetings
To All
"Louie" Aquirre
Paint & Body
Shop, Inc.
FOREIGN and
DOMESTIC CARS
FREE
ESTIMATES
"We Honor All Major
Credit Cards"
7111 NW 6th Ct.
Miami, Florida
PL 7-9681
PL 8-2391
WE HOPE
" THE"
YEAR AHEAD
WILL BRING
YOU
HEALTH AND
HAPPINESS
HOTEL
x>
cabana, yacht and golf club
Harry Mufson
President
George E. Fox
Managing Director
On the Ocean at 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Gold Coast Sea Food
We Supply Hotels Restaurants and Institutions
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
EAT SEA FOOD FOR HEALTH
3875 Shipping Avenue HI 3 2511
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS
IMPERIAL BOWL
15950 W. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 945-2655
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Open 24 Hours
PHILBRICK FUNERAL HOME
Extends Greetings to All
for a Very Happy New Year
W. L. PHILBRICK
GREETINGS
GLADE & GROVE SUPPLY COMPANY
OLIVER TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT
IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES
GENERAL HARDWARE
Complete Repair and Machine Shop
So. Federal Highway Princeton, Fla.
"We Cater to Parties" Phone HI 3-4505
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Italian Cuisine t Hut Air Conditioned 260 Sealing Capacity
TO ALL GREETINGS .
DOMUS INTERIORS, INC.
MANUFACTURER FRENCH PROVINCIAL FURNITURE
ENGLISH REPRODUCTIONS FOR THE TRADE
3817 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Ph. 757-3331


Page 12-B
fJewislh fkridll&n
Friday, September 20, 1963
HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
GROO DISPLAYS, INC.
WINDOW & INTERIOR DISPLAYS
"Over 25 Years Experience"
111 N.W. 22nd Avenue FR 1-3473
Miami 35, Florida
To All Greetings G. ABRAHAM
CARMEL BAKERY
RETAIL
Phone JE 8-7592
847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Closed Saturdays and Holidays
GREETINGS
Lehnhard-Burgess Corporation
Insurance Adjusters
ALL LINES FOR THE COMPANIES
1400 N.W. 36th STREET, Suite 211 Ph. NE 3-9541
TO ALL GREETINGS
INDUSTRIAL MODEL ENGINEERING
MODEL PRODUCT MAKING
Patent Development
1035 E. 30th Street Hialeah
OX 1-8226
To All A Most Happy New Year
DIXIE RENTAL
REAL ESTATE
& RENTAL MANAGEMENT
3206 NW 17th AVENUE
Ph. 633-2429
GREETINGS...
SETTLE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, INC.
Mr WITH CONFIDENCE IN CORAL GABLES SINCE 1946
2340 Pence De Leen Blvd. Free Delivery HI 8-2607
Hadassah Pitches in to Assist Israe
r
By MRS. NAT BARTH, Present
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
By MRS. A. EDWARD COHEN, President
Miami Chapter of Hadassah
M|AMI ,; '. Chapter ol Hadassah.
h a coml are
i no has I i
ni has sail's unique
itj lii in its flexibility, its ab lity to expand
or modifj its programs to meet Israel's u
seen needs. 'l<> enrich the lives ol young woi
<,i high school and college age, a Junior Hadassah
is functioning.,
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization
of America, is now in the second half-century ol
service in Israel and the United States. Founded
in 1912 by Miss Henrietta Szold, it lists 318.000
members in over 1,30(1 chapters in the United
States and Puerto Rico. It is known internation-
ally for an unequalled program of healing, teach
ing, medical research, child rescue work, voca-
tional education, social welfare and land re-
demption.
Some have said that the work Hadassah does
in Israel is a kind of volunteer forerunner, bear
ing resemblance to later, massive American pro-
grams like Point Four, technical aid, and the
Peace Corps. This is true. Everything Hadassah
does is designed to help those it aids to help them
selves.
Medical Contribution
This pattern is especially clear in the medi
cal field where Hadassah has been known and
respected for over half a century. The Hadassah
Medical Organization is now based in the recently
opened "City of Science," the Hadassah- Hebrew
University Medical Center on the rim of new Jeru-
salem, which cares for 15,000 inpatients and some
250.000 outpatients a year.
The Hebrew University Medical School, with
8 Student body of one thousand, has already given
Israel a corps of expertly trained physicians. Han
sen Hospital in Jerusalem. Israel's only institution
for leprosy, has been affiliated with and super
vised by Hadassah since 1948. Trachoma has al
most been completely wiped out in Israel.
Thousands of children are still wailing to be
admitted into Israel through its Youth Aliyah
programs. Ways arc being sought to combat the
mental and cultural retardation of problem young-
sters who come from underprivileged, primitive,
broken or illness-ridden homes. Hadassah is the
official United Stales representative of Youth
Aliyah.
Through its affiliated membership with the
United Nations, the National Citizens Committee
of the World Health Organization, and National
Civil Liberties Clearing House. Hadassah dissemi-
MRS. NAT BARTH
MRS. A. EDWARD COHEN
nates to its membership truthful information on
political and economic issues on the local and in-
ternational scenes,
Hadassah realizes that education is its first
line of defense. The Alice L. Seligsburg Voca
tional High School, in Jerusalem, trains young
people in homemaking.
A- we Hadassah members of the Miami and
the Miami Beach Chapter- forge ahead, we ask
that you join our groups so that together we may
saj "yes" to a bigger year for Hadassah and
"yes" to tin land of the Holy Land
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
IMPERIAL CLEANERS
& LAUNDRY
FORAAALS A SPECIALTY
16990 N.E. 19th AVENUE
Wl 7-7183
GREETINGS TO ALL
Culver Carnival Supplies
PARTYLAKD
JOKES-GAGS & ETC.
"Masquerades and Many
Other Things"
16501 N.E. 6th AVENUE
Phone Wl 7-0861
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CENTER
PHARMACY
Phone PL 1-2924
Prescription Specialists
9723 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Dir. Opp. Shores Theatre
AAAX LESHNIK & FAMILY
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-0381
GREETINGS
6th ST. TIN SHOP
"A Gas Tank with
A Reputation"
Gas Tanks
Water Tanks
Boat Works
304 SW 6th STREET
Phone FR 4-6737
GREETINGS .
BILL TINDER
GOLF PROFESSIONAL
Biltmore Course
Lessons by Appointment
Complete Line of Coifing Equipmen
Phone Biltmore HI 6-0649
1210 ANASTASIA AVE.
SEASONS GREETINGS
THE HACK FAMILY
MIAMI FOOD STORE
65 N. E. 14th Street
Phone FR 3-2038
Visit Our Store on U.S. 1.
Plantation Key. Florida
"Key Payfair"
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NATIOMZKn
DRY 4 I I \ M > 4.
& LAUNDRY
WE DVCNON fAHILY
80 N.W. 22nd Avenue
NE 4-5043
IMJLA fovis
Flowers for All Occasions
DELIVERY
Cut Flowers
Potted Maata
Corsages
Funeral Designs
Weddings
Parlies
1910 SW 8th STREET
Phone FR 4-5790


Friday, September 20. 1963
*. fc h >i #> n^rSdfiair
Page 13-B
lewish Home for Aged the Auxiliary
| By MRS. LAURENCE SILVERMAN, President
Jewish Home for the Aged Auxiliary
'E are now embarking on a New Year, and as
we look back on our past achievements, we
|ake pride in the success of each project under-
aken during our fiscal year 1962-63.
This year, we have rededicated ourselves to
iy to do as well, and perhaps even better, during
he coming year. Our Home. Douglas Gardens,
till have its formal dedication of the newly-com-
leted construction on Nov. 24. The present popu-
Ition at the Home numbers 105 residents. When
Be doors are opened at the dedication, 120 more
knior citizens will be welcomed to Douglas Gar-
ens. This is a long-awaited dream come true.
Plans for the New Year have already been
Lrmulated. Our medical fund New Year project
pables us to provide the vital medical needs and
ds and the services of an eye doctor for our
sidents. The Saide Kriegel Birthday Club mem-
trs provide the monthly birthday parties, special
Irties, concert tickets and birthday gifts for our
Jsters.
Regular membership and life dues, plus our
^nor Book project and Donor Journal, help us to
Dvide the funds for the $1,000 monthly main-
nance given to the Home. For a special treat
event lor our old people, we turn to our spec-
funds. which is income from happy occasions
id memorials, and from income from our excit-
monthly parties.
Outstanding Projects
The Sol and Mollle Silverman Physical Ther-
|ln Room is being enlarged to twice its original
\ Hubbard Tank i> being installed at a
This tank will bring renewed hope
MM. LAUKtHCt SILVtRMAN
to the physically handicapped residents of the
Home. Our Auxiliary will pledge to finance the
purchase of this much-needed piece of equipment,
so vital to the health of our aged.
All of these projects in themselves are major
fund-raising. Yet we feel that our Building Fund
project is most outstanding. We have already
presented the home with $25,000 toward our pledge
of $35,000 for a wing in the new addition. We
hope to complete our ple;'ge at the Nov. 24 dedi-
cation.
Our Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary ex-
tends \v Year greetings to all Iheir kind friends
in the community with my sincere appreciation
tor yout m n sity to our Auxiliary and our Home.
Douglas Gardens
el Enmity Spurred Among Levant Non Arabs
JTA) P
\' : I
i a ith p irticul-
[ I
with i on Arab
were
i bel the Arab
il, the organiza-
sals '.'ere worked out
on o( the League's
i ommitt
ns to com-
and I j prus;
I nti-Israel
. intinuance of the
repatriat in of the
to Israel; measures
o be I ainsl Israel s alleg
ed plan- ti> divert Jordan River
-: and a prop
ith iv- nee from Jor an, call
for the est ibli hmenl of a
"Palestine entity." The latter is
igi i- an on 'i sim-
to the FLN, tin Algerian in
dependence m<>\ ement.
Jordan, with a refugee popu-
lation comprising about half of
the country's total population,
is ccol to the "Palestine unity"
idea because such a set-up could
affect Amman's jurisdiction
over the refugees.
Abdullah i:i Zuqairat, Jordan's
i l itive "ii the 13
bjected to the "Pal il
th
of the
is was present at
In adi i .Ionian'.- dif
the "Palestine entitj
\r..:i split was
in ard to Israel when
revision of a reso-
. for a boycott of
1 anks ms that deal with
Israel. The Beirut Governmenl
previousl i irted f< el
in i that the boycott hurts some
e Arab countries more Hum
r, the Beirut dele-
ated.
st Happy Holidays to All
' MATERIAL HANDLING
"New Hydraulic Fork Lift Sales"
15 NE 14f!i AVENUE-North Miami
Phone 751-4101
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
To All Our Customers and Friends
Jim Kelly Barber Shop
"No Finer Service Anywhere"
For Appointment Phone UN 6-1551
9490 HARDING AVENUE, SURFSIDE
[ TO ALL GREETINGS
J. & M.
FIX ALL SHOP
SMALL ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
Sales Service Repairs
12591 Biscayne Blvd.
Ph. 751-7342
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
TO ALL
KDWARD C.
MAY
Organist
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Conventions
893 NE. 82nd STREET
PL 9-3685
GREETINGS TO ALL
Cur Customers and Friends
JACK 32ASS
INC.
2790 S.W. 27th AVENUE
HI 3-6116
HI 4 2477
SEASON S GREETINGS
NEWMAN, BURK,
CALHOUN
& COMPANY
REALTORS
Real Estate & Mortgages
1538 DuPont Bldg.
MIAML FLORIDA
GREETINGS
101 TOTH'S
CORAL WAY
GARDEN CENTER
"CVIRYTMNG tor the
LAWN and GARDEN"
JOSEPH G. TOTH
Horticulturist A Plant Consultant
(Formerly with Hector Supply Co.)
1667 CORAL WAY
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone HI 3-0496
ortzn
THE ZIM LINES WISH
YOU A HAPPY 5724
A YEAR OF PEACE
THE YEAR OF "SHALOM"
BE A "GUEST"... GO ZIM
NEW YORK EUROPE ISRAEL
Owner's Rep: American Israeli Shipping Co.. Inf.
Main Oflire: 12 Broailwa}. New York 4. N. V.
Olber Office*I CbirafO, Los Angeled Miami H.-.i. h Montreal
TOUPEES WIGS
GLAMOROUS INDIVIDUALLY STYLED HAIR PIECES
BRAIDS CHIGNONS FAILS BANGS CURLS
Made and Shown in My Studio Expert Cleaning 8. Dressing
Lo Man til* I 'JAM
215 Seybold Bldg. FR 3-4141
GREETINGS JACK CHERRY'S
CITIES SERVICE STATEON
"ROAD SERVICE" MU 8-0962
"Lubrication Specialists" Your Patronage Appreciated
5485 Palm Avenue Hialeah
Greetings to All Patrons and Friends
Dave's Greyhound Supplies
West 3rd Avenuo, Hialech
TU 8-0874
TAMP;
SANITARY
PROTECTION
Stay cool, fresh
even on difficult days
3 absorbencies--
Packageof 10..4O*
CENTER PHARMACY, INC.
Sol Heilpern Alan Heilpern
9727 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Miami Shores
, Phone PL 1-2924
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from your friends at
ARCH CREEK NURSING
and
CONVALESCENT HOME
lor those who re-
quire the finest in
nursingand reha-
bilitation care at
reasonable rates.
Under the professional
management of thor-
oughly experienced hos-
pital and nursing home
administrators... with-
in blocks of North
Miami General Hospi-
tal and North Shore
Hospital.
12505 N.E. 16th Avenue
N. Miami, Flu., PL8-2562


Page 14-B
*Jewl$li HoiltMar)
Friday, September 2C, Vt'-.l
?ac
This Emblem
Identifies Your
Welcome Wageii-
Sponsors*^
Hebrew School Seeks Community Aid
Firms of prestige in the business
and civic life of your community.
firm; INTERESTED IN
SPONSORSHIP, PLEASE CALL
HI 8-4994
ROOF LEAK?
CALL
VICTOR CONN
Let us repair it or apply
a new one. For free
estimate phone:
^^ ACME
^ ROOFING
685-1952
GI
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS INC
2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180
Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
By LOUIS MERWITZER, President
Hebrew Academy
THE Now Year period 'is a most appropriate
time for stock-taking an:l evaluating the edu-
cational progress of our school since our very in-
ception.
Having begun our educational program very
modestly in September, 1947, with six students,
first in two tiny rooms, moving on later into a
building converted from a Methodist Church at
6th St. and Jefferson Ave., and now into a million
dollar building, is certainly an accomplishment to
be proud of.
I strongly feel that our new building is not
only distinct in its architectural design, but ranks
as one of the top educational institutions in the
city- .---***
Si-Lingual Program
We are now the only day school in the south-
eastern region of the United States, with a com-
plete elementary and Junior High Department.
We are delighted to be part of the Hebrew day
school movement, which now numbers 54.000 stu-
dents attending 275 day schools in the United
States. This phenomenal figure represented eight
percent of all children receiving any form of Jew-
ish education.
What do we plan to accomplish in our new
building? What is our outlook for the future?
From the very beginning we have been com-
mitted to a bilingual program of American and
Hebraic studios. This program is designed to
produce a knowledgeable and well-integrated
youth.
Our educational philosophy is to produce
young men and women who should be "at home"
in their Hebrew and religious studies, as well as
in their English and academic studies. This
beautiful synthesis between Americanism and
Judaism, we believe, will give our young men
and women, the future generation, the pride and
the knowledge necessary to preserve our faith and
tradition in the years ahead.
I further believe that the Hebrew Academy,
which is committed to a maximum program of
Jewish education, is the laboratory and training
ground for intelligent Jewish leadership. I am
convinced that our future teachers, spiritual lead-
ers. Hebrew scholars and intelligent laity will only
be developed within the walls of Hebrew Acad-
emies and similar schools.
In plaining the construction of our new build-
ing, it was our intention to build for a capacity
enrollment of 550 to 600 students. These figures
were determined on the basis of the popularity
of the day school movement in the U.S.; upon
IOUIS MRWITZtK
the growth of Dadc County; and the size of the
Jewish community within our area.
II shcul:l be noted that the contributions for
our magnificent building came from a very small
segment in the community. The donors were
those peoole who believe strongly that only a deep
religious training can provide our children with
the moral and ethical stamina within the Ameri-
can envii i:iment.
Maintaining Education
We believe thai Jewish community support
dl day schools is as much a part of the democratic
ideal as is our obligation to maintain a free pub-
lic school ^ystem.
Jewish community leadership must realize
that the program of day school education should
be maintained in the same way as health ard
welfare institutions and overseas services are sup-
ported.
Our approximate cost to educate one child
annually is $900, and a very small percentage of
parents ire financially able to undertake such
an obligation.
Despite all the private contributions and
synagogue appeals, we still must operate at an
enormous deficit
I would like to reiterate that the Hebrew
Academy serves the entire Jewish community.
Students come to us from all sections of the area
and represent every ideology and segment of
Jewish life. We are proud to be known as a com-
munity day school with no synagogue or temple
affiliations
Certainly such a communal project deserves
the support of a communal federation.
14
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
M LIEBERMAN & SONS
1204 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
Moving Storage
a QJkyUoiM,,
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Ad,h fbcloB.. 138 p. p.. 2inroom, Include
S1" ~"- 7WItil, chol.. of (fining,
and ohW blond pl.o*,. Good unlll Dm. I -MM?
trov.l not IimIuM. FlighK doll, Iron, Wl Pol Bich,
FI.Uud.rogl. gnd Mfomi. li^y, ^j Holiday Ion
(Wit. or Jim Mill., Ml N.E.SrdAv.., Mli, f|B,
3 Day, 2 Night
Adventure Package
Per person, double occupancy
in a gorgeous twin-bedded
room with all meals
Oolcir roomt up to So5 Mf p..
38
Season's Best to All
SNAPP, Inc.
Sand Blasting
'No Job Too Small Or Too Large"
8501 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Ph. 691-6537
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co.
inc.
Corporation Supplies Rubber Stamps
LEGAL FORMS
936 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
FR 3-6327
YOU GET MORE CALLS
. WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED
ANSWERITE, INC.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
Phone JEfferson 8-0721
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'^T
IN AND FOR DADE COL'MTV
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60524 C
l.\ RE: Estate of
ISAM' <>!' 1 ENHENDEN
I Ve.-asi .1.
NOTICE TO CRKDTORS
To All Creditors and All Penm -
lux claims or Demands Agal .1
Km;ii. :
You are hereby notified end re-
quired 1" prenent any claim- .- -
mand* which you mav hav. as
in. estate of I8AAC OFFBNHE5 N
deceased lats of Hade Comity, I". >r-
inii. to ill"- County Judges of Dade
County. and file the came III ilapll ..re
anil as provided in Section T 16,
Florida Statutes, in tholi ..':, In
ill,* County Courthouse In !>;<,: .. a-
ty, Fl.rida. within six eal. ir
months from the time of the fj -i
puldlcatlou hereof, or the Same will
i- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, th h
da) of September, A.D. IMS:
1 m >RA ((PI END KM >|-:n
As Executrix
First publication of thie n. n
the 13th day of September, li03
Myers, Hclman, Kaplan A Catnm .
Bj : LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Executrix
II.Mi S.W. 1st Si.. .Miami. Ma
.' i -." i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV ..\ ,t
the undersigned, desiring i" In
business under the fictltloui an .,f
"OTO FLAIR RKPRoDI'CTIoNS at
t-
P O. Box 344, 11. In Bran.
I l-'la.. Intends to reglsti <
n nil I hi I 'l. i u of the i "Ir
o( 1 lade 'ounl ., Floi Ida.
NEIL R. LENT1N
:. 13-;
M i.
mi.
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< >TICE IS HEREBY iil\ UN
i hi imli Igned, desli Ing to i .
under the flctitloin-
CO.MMERCE APARTMENTS
i.. i .,..-. i.in. street In
"i Mi., mi I teach, Florida I i
i. l:i-i- r :he said name with i
of ili. circuit Court of i>.
Floi I ..
I Mt. ,i ,ii Miami. Florida,
day of August, m*3.
TERRENCE .1 CANNON &
RH-IIARD A. CARLSTRi
T A lioiphin Propertli -.
Be _;. Albert, Weiss a- Lyont
Attorneys for Applicant
8 J".

to

. d
."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni IT ICE IS HEREBY <;i\ i n
' the undersigned, denirtnK to gaa 'i
i business undrr the flctitiou-. nan of
|UR.\Y HoTEI. & APAKT.MKNT- ,i
| number 1432 N.B, Miami Cot I It the
City ol Miami. Florida Inteni to ig-
Ister the said name with lh< lei if
the Circuit Court of Dadi ou:
Kiori.la.
Bated al Miami. Florida, 'hli
lav of August, l9SS,
TERRENi'E I CANNON
and RICHARD A. CARLS1
T a ih.iohin Propertl< -
Bi Igel, Albert, Weiss A Lyon*
Attoi in > I. r Applicant
- |i
I4i
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF T-S
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl IT '.-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCE1
No. 63C 9598
I iEREK C( IMPTI N,
I -i i iff.
VIOI \ MAE <'' 'MIT' ..v.
11. fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In: VI' 'l.A MAE i'i i.M I'I'ii.N
:'':::'. Standai .1 A \ enue
.-'.in l\i I'l.i. i 'alifornia
Tou, Viola Mae Compton,
hj notified that a Bill of I '
has been filed .'-
and you are required t" si I
of your Answer <\ Pleading
"i 'omplaihl on the Plalntli
ni s. Stanley E. Goodman,
82 Street, Miami. Florida nl I
original Answ er or PI. adli -
office of ihe Clerk of tl
Court ..ii or before the I'd
Ortolier, IMS. If you fall I d' -
Judgment by default will
against you for the relief
In ili. Bill ..f i'omplalnt.
This notice shall i- publ i
each week for four consecutl
in THE JEWISH Fl.. IRH1
DONE AN I" ORDERED M
Florida, this iitn day of ~
AH. 1989
K. l: LBATHERMaN, i
Circuit Court. Hade County, Fli i
(seal) By: IIKI.KN Kl>- '
Deput] Clerk
STANLEY E, GOODMAN
2881 N'.w. 62 Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
/IS-! '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL =
IN AND FOR DADE COUMTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60 347-C
IN RE: Estate of
RIOBA P. HOFFMAN
I'- ei ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All P.:- -
in claims or Demands Ay. list -'
Batata:
You are hereby notifi.,1 nd
quired to present any claln
ma ml- which vou mav hav. e'
the estate of RBBA B HOFFMAN
deceased late of Had.- Count) I
ida, to tin. County Judges of Dad.
County, an l file the same d pli-
cate and as provided In Beet 1
Florida Statutes, in their offlci
tin i 'ounty Courthouse In Dhd- t
ty, Florida, within *\\ il.
months from the time ol thi
publication hereof, or tile
!" barred,
Dated il .Miami. Florida, thi*
da) i September, Al i 196
- WALTER c KOVN
As Executor
Kl IVNER A MANNHE1MER
Attorn, y for Estate of I
R. l>a i: Hoffman
300 i 'uponi Piasa > 'enter
Miami 32, Florida
.


iday. September 20, 1963
LEGAL NOTICE
+Jewisli fhridian
Page 15-B
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ryENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Florida, in and for dade
county. in chancery.
NO. 63C 9311
i '.LEASoN-. JK..-UH AiUuliiis-
,. Vetaranp Affairs, an
,.,r of the United states of
rl, ,. and hla ancceaaors In such '
Ipi in Buon office, and his or
i aasigna,
Plaintiff,
vs.
j, | i:\vi: E. PEOPLES and
SJCli: !' PEOPLES', his wife, et al. I
/ 1 >cf< ndants.
NOTICE OF SALE
I.AKENCE B. PEOPLES anil
JANIE F. PEOPLES, lus wife,
living, Including any unknown
. .nines of said Defendants If they I
\,- remarried, ami if dead, their
I known helrn, devisees, unin-
-..-. assignees, oredltora, lien-1
..]-. trustees, and all other per-1
. i- claiming by, through, un-
it, r or agnin.-t these Defendants,
uhose residence* are unknown, i
TOU ABH HBHBBY NOTIFIED
hat .i *ult ha- been brought against'
'.,1 b) .1. S. lil.KASll.N, JR., as ad-1
jlnbtrator of Veteimna Affaire, an
Iff ii" i' of the United States of Amer-
[ .i hla aueceesora in such of-
and Ma or their assigns, to loce-
a mortgage encumbering the
wing desorllH.d property, to-wit:
Lot" Si, 32 ami 33. In Block IS,
VDDITION "E," south mi-
|.\.mi HEIGHTS, according to the
thereof, as recorded in Plat
'.; 2:'.. at page 71, of the public
|:... ni> of Dade County. Florida:
1.1 ; are required to file your an-
.r will the Clerk of the Circuit
burl of Dade County, Florida, at
|ie Courthouse in .Miami, Florida, on
before October Tth, ISM, and t, ]
\. ., copy of nich answer upon'
JTEKS. HEIMAN, KAPLAN A
IvTsUW, Plaintiff*! attorneys. !
'...-.- address la Eleven Fifty liull.i-'
:. U50 8.W. Flral Street, Miami j
Flo Ida, on or before said date,]
red by the laws of Florida.
>. i fall to do so, tli,.....mplalnt
! taken as confessed by you
Lnl n l.ii,. Pro Confeao ill be
t: nitalnal you for the relief de-
li in riie complaint.
r i> this 29th day of August,
i: R. LEATHERMAN
l. rk of the Circuit Com t
I Mil.- County, Florida
B} : K. M I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
I HEIMAN, KAPLAN
VTSMAN
i> Building
- \\ First Street
tl .. F|< rida
'. 6-13-20-27
REB YANKEL
'


LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 63C 9347
B i ILK A SON, JR.. as Adminls-
(rator ol Veterans Affairs, an
ifflcei ..( the United States of
vin. and his successors in such
Y In such office, and his or
signs,
Plaintiff,
\ s
I M B. JACKS) >\. .i on. et al,
I defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
i i \M I!. .1 VCKSON and
II 1" NELL .! m ks< Hi, his Ifi.
Ineluding an> unknown
"I s ii.1 11, f. ii.I.mi- n
ave remarried, ami If dead,
unknou n heirs, de> Isi
assignees, ci edltoi.-.
istees, and all othei
i Inh.....- bj i hi nugh, un-
t n-i these defendants,
i-sli i are unknou n.
VISE HEREBY NOTIFIED
h.i- hi. n In ..ii- In .i
- tlLEASi IN, .11: .i. .i.i-
1 nl Veterans Vffnli
lie United States ..r Am. i -
- .. .--------- in sui ii ..I -
-I Mi.- : assigns, i" fure-
: .i 111-11111I..-1 lng 1 he
' -I prnpt rty, tn-wtt:
in Block II. of FIRST
iN T< MVRTLE (I ROVE,
i" 1I1. plat thereof, as
il. .1 in Plot Book '.?. at page
public records of Dole
Florida. (Capttoned
whollj within trad I,
ill lens I'l.n Bi "k 2, paae
ill. xk 1-1 of the Nw 1-1
S\V 1-1 of Section s.
-.-' South, Italic, 41
l..i-'
1 1 rpilred tn file your an-
the Clerk of the Clrculi
Bade County, Florida, al
"" .. in Miami, Florida, on
' lob. 1 Tib. IM 1, and to
I i'|l> Of -mil .in-il .1- upon
IIEIMAX, KAI'I.VN &
ATS M v\, Plaintiff a attornevs,
-- la Eleven Fifty Build-
s' VI l:i Si 1.-. 1. Miami
' lila, ..ii or before aald date,
1 hj the laws of Florida
i" .1.. so. ill.- complaint
11 as confessed bj you
Pro 1 'onfeaao w ill be
-1 you for iio- relief de-
jnd.il in ii,,- complaint,
this 30th da) of Auguat,
C B, LEATHERMAN
rk ..r Hi- circuit Court
' ids County, Florida
By C. P. coPELAND
Imv,., Beputy Clerk
^A&W- KU''-AN
,':; Fifty Building
IS *. First Street
Hanu :... p|, rl,la
9 i;-in-:o-'.'7
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KOMEO'S PISSZARAMA at 15100 Bis-
cayne Blvd., No. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of tli>- Circuit c.....t ..f Dade
i 'oiini>. Florid i
VINCENT P M.MISANi >
Bole i hvner
: IS-20-27, 1" I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli.- undersigned, desiring to ,-nc:i!:*- it
imsin.'-s under the fictitious, name of
AMERICAN CARPET SERVICE CO.,
at ::.".0 -VW. Mth St., Miami. Kla..
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk ..f the Circuit Conn of Dade
County, Florida.
Al. RUBENSTEIN
S.,1,- t)n,r
< I6-S3-30, 9 i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JERICU Bl 8400 N\V 73th St.. at
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the ci, rk of the Clr-
suit Court of Dade County, Florida.
.1. It. ADELMAN CORP.
By .1. It. Adelman. President
Attest: Helen w. Adelman,
Secretary
MANUEL l.ri:i:i.
Attorney f..r .1. It. Adelman Corp.
/S-13-*0-I7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN thai
the umlerslgned, desiring i< engage "
in-in-. under Ihe fictitious name ..'
MIAMI DIAL ItKFINlKHINtl al iiiiiu-
i..i |n7 Dade I'oiiimonwenlth Bldg. In
Hi, Clt} of Miami, Florida Intend ti
rtglstei the ilil name a*llh the Clerk
..: ill. i i.. nl i ,..uli of I M.l> '.null .
, Ida.
|>iii,.,I hi Miami, Florida, ilii- 19th
.im ol August, i
KM' lit s \RJ5l i
Rl ILANI i VALI 'ES
v 30, 19 !l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 60563-C
In RK: Kstnte ol
JEANETTE STONE,
I . used
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having Claims or
huiil ijBtaie:
V..ii are hereby-
quired to present i
in.in.i. which you
Ii
_, NOTICE UNDER
VnT,STITIOUS NAME LAW
IheV.r, ',,S "KRICMV GIVEN that
IL1.....-1""!. desiring to engine in
raini under the fictitious mime of
ft-V.,,n BBRV1CR STATION at
fci'.'r 1S3rd Ktreat Intends to reg-
tli- ..'.'"" "'""'' wl"' ">e Clerk of the
|l"u,t Court of Dade County. Klor-
MCRVAN. INC.
[i Viv ^urroni and Bill Callvan
' '' Sen-Ice station
< '.10. >> (-1S-S0
e^NOTICE UNDER
\,iiV"ITl0US NAME LAW
e nil ls HKREBY GIVEN tha
ur
"-in. -,
I'll, k !
"I
I
1
in HKREBY GIVEN that
-i-n.il. desiring to en
under the fictitious name of
1 '' and His Laay Daj En-
i Dade County Intends to
'id name with the cierk of
Courl ..i Dad* County,
HUMS MeOLYNN
Hole Owner
:. S-lS-S0->i
CREDITORS
anil All Persona
Demands Agalnal
notified and re-
nv claims an.I de-
may have agalnsl
the esluti ..i JEANETTE STONE de-
c.-a.-i.i late ..i Dade County, Florida,
to ihe Count) Judges of Bade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
an.I as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, wiiiiin sin calendar
months from tli. time of the firs]
publication hereof, or Ihe sain.- will
be barred.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this Soth
day of August, A I > l63
MORRIS HOFFMAN
As ICxecUtol
Firs' publication of thia notice on
the -.ill day ol September, 1963.
JOSH REPHUN
Attnrnej ror Executor
1370 Washington Ave., Suite :il
: 6-13-20-!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 63C 9351
WEST BIDE FEDERAL s'AVINCS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF
NEW YORK CITY.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUBIN HYMAN AND LILY ANN
HYMAN his wife, SOUTHERN
INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK,
SAM BASS
l >efendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO SAM BASS
3316 Harper Avenue
Hyde Park Anns lloi.i.
Chicago. III.
You arc hereby notified thai thi
ibove coptloned action has been In-
stituted annlnst you in tha Circuit
Court of ihe Judicial Clrculi of Flor-
ida in ami for Dade County fore-
close h mortgage upon the following
described real pi>|>.-rty:
I...I 13, Block 73, SECOND AD-
DITION TO CAROL CITY, ac-
cording to the Plal thereof de-
scribed in Plal Book ii".. Page 78,
sli.-.-i I. of the Public Records of
Bade County, hinrida,
You arc re.(iiircd to file your an-
swei t> ulnlntlff'a complaint with the
clerk "i the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plnintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINE, inh Floor
I rule Federal Building, Miami :1J.
Florida, not later than October nth.
1963, or a I'.-1 r. .- pro Confess., will
be ntered agalnsl you.
Dated: August 80th, 1968.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CI. rk of tlie Clrculi Court
By: c. P. COFELAND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorni v for Plaintiff
nth Floor Bade Federal Building
Miami ::l\ Florida
: 13-20-17, i"'l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 63C 9312
RICHARD W. PRESTON,
Plaintiff,
KITH B. PRBBTON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RI'TH B. PRESTON, Oefendant
6S Preston Street
Wakefleld. Middlesex County,
State of Massachusetts
You, RUTH P. PRESTON, ore
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against vou, and yon are required to
serve n copv of your Answer or
Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. II. I. FWch-
bach, 19 W. Flacler St.. Miami .IJ,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the < lerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
9th day Ol ttetober. 1968. If you fa.
to do so. Judgment by default win
ba taken against you for the relief
demanded in the mil of > ompiumt.
This notice shall be published once
each w.ck for tour ..ii-c iitlve weeks
In THE .H:\VISII FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thia "."Hi daj of August.
A 'V'k I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk
Ciicnii Court. Dade County, Florlffla
By: C P i'' 'PEL \M>.
,circuit Court .-vaii ",,'"![;Kl!'.^-
CIRCUIT COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA.
No. 63C 9137
ESTHER COHEN,
Plaintiff.
\ -
NATHAN COHEN,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, NATHAN COHEN, MM Morse
St., Philadelphia, Pa., are notified to
serve a copy of your answer to Di-
vorce Complalni tiu-ii agalnsl you on
Plaintiff's attorney, HEOROE NICH-
OLAS, 61! N.W". IL'th Ave.. Miami.
Kin., and Ilia original with Clerk of
this Court on or before October 1st.
1963, ..lb. rwlse complaint will be con-
fessed by you.
DATED August 16, 1968.
K. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk
(seal) Bg: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
8/30. 9'6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICP.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEP.EP.Y CilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i ::-.n.-.,. under Urn. fictitious names of
WIESNIiK OK MIAMI
PARISnSNNE BOUTIQUES
TRICK ETTE
TRICKETTES BY WIE8NER
RHEBA JEWELS
JEWELS BY l'.HEKA
at 1R11 Pnrdy Avenue, Miami Bench,
loriila. Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Ihide County. Florida.
WIESNER BOUTIQUES, INC.,
n Florida Corporation
MORTON ROTHENBERG
Attorney for Applicant
120 Lincoln Roud, Miami Beach, Fla.
9/6-18-80-37
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 6SC 9479
DOI.DAK SAVINOS BANK OF THE
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
DOUGLAS It. KEf.I. ami DonoTIIY
a. BELL his wife. LEROY H. ED-
WARDS an I SOPHIA .1. ATKINSON.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: LEROY S. EDWARDS
129 Villa Road
Newport News, Virginia
You are hereby notified that the
above captioned action has been in-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Courl of the ELEVENTH Judicial
Circuit of Florida in and for Dade
County to foreclose n mortgage upon
the following described real property:
Lot IT. Block 26. SCOTT LAKE
MANOR SECTION Font, accord-
ing t.. the Plat thereof, recorded
In Plal Book 80, at Page 62, ..f the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs oomplalnt With the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
s.rve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney -MARTIN FINE llth Floor
Bade Federal Building, Miami 81,
Florida not inter than October 1.1,
1963, or a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated September ".. 1963
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
is.all Hy: HELEN KESSLEK
I leputy Clerk
MARTIN PINE
Attorney for Plaintif
14th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami ;J2. 1' ioiida
: 13-20-27, ift/4
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Id
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
ABLE BUSINESS BROKERS ut 16499
N.E. 19th Ave.. No. Miami Beach, Fla
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count> Florida.
H. E. OOULDBN
Sole Owner
9/13-20-27, 10/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60702-B
IN RE: H-Mt. ,.f
IRENE ADDER,
Dec, -used.
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
To ah Creditor* and All Perron* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnat Said
H.-lalc:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired : preaenl any claims and de-
mand* which yon ma> have aitalnal
the estate of IRENE ADLER deceas-
ed late of .Miami, I'ad.- County, Flor-
ida, to the c..iiui\ Judge* of i '
County, and file the name in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section !
Florida Statute*, in their office* In
the County ( ty, i l..ri.la. within -i\ calenuar
months from the time ..f the flral
publication hereof, or the name will
be barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, thlf mIi
day of Septembe t.D '" '
LAWRENCE ADLER
As Executor
l 'ii -i publication ol this notl. on
ill. 18th dai of Si member puti
VRONOVITZ, SILVER .v SCHER
Al torneya for E\. cutor
607 Alnslej Hull ling, Miami, Fla
;. 13-20-2", I" l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 60443-C
III UF: Estate ,,f
HARRY FELDMAN
I......-:i-..l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona
Having claims or Demanda Agalnat
Said Estate:
Yon are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand- which you mav have against
the .-la.....f HARRT FELDMAN de-
cease.I late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judgea of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the sum.- ill duplicate and
as provided in Section 738.16, Flor-
ida statutes, in their offices in the
County c.turthoiise in Bade County,
Florida, within aiX calendar months
from the time ..f the I'ir-t publication
hereof, ..r the same win be barred.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, tins Tib
day of August. A.D. 1968.
I.IKI'.Y FELDMAN
A.- Executrix
I AI'NCE. FINK .( FORMAN A
is V in IRE PARFTSKS
1602 Congreaa I'.ldg..
Miami 32, Florida
Attorneyi lor Executrix
9/6-13-80-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60614-A
IN RE: Estate ,,f
BERTH \ YAGODA
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I', i -oils Hav-
ing Claim.- or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t.. present any claims and de-
mands which yon may have agalnal
the .state of BERTHA TAGODA de-
ceased late of DADE County, Florida,
to the County Judgea ol Dade Coun-
ty, and file tlie same ill duplicate and
as provided In Section 738.16, Florida.
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Bade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
.lav ol August A.D. 1968.
ISIDORE YAC IDA
As Administrator
THEODORE M. Tltl.-IIIN
Attorney for Administrator
42i> Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
... 6-13-30-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
. No. 56234-B
IN RE: Estate of
LILLIAN RUBIN SBGAL,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Administratrix of the estate of Lillian
Rubin Segal, deceased: and thai on
the lib day of October, 19C3. will ap-
ply to the Honorable County Judges
oi Dade County, Morida. for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the estate of the alioVe-
named decedent. This 19th daj ol
August, 1968.
ANNE HERMAN
TALIANOFF, WALLER LITMAN
By; leorge Tallanofl
\tto|'|l.-> S
I'.'ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, I la.
:. 6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF roi'NTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Ne. 60649-C
IN RE: Estate of
FRANK XAMUO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnal
the estate of FRANK NAVII-IO de-
ceased late of Dude County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In dui'Moite and ns
provided In Section 733.1G. Florida
Stat-utea. in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dat.-.l at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
day of Remember, A.D 1968,
VICTORIA NAVTLIO
Aa Executrix
Flral publication ol thia notlci on
the ISth lav ol September, IMS.
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Executrix
Myers, ll.iinin. Kaplan \ Cat-man
1160 S \V Flral Street
'.. 18-30-37, in t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60729-B
in RE: Estate of
LEON PITTERMAN
Deceaai d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ing claim.- Demanda Agalnat Said
Estate:
Sou :". herein notified and re-
quired to preaenl any claim- and de-
mand* which you ma\ have agalnsl
the estate of LEON FITTERMAN de-
ceased late of Dad.- County, Florida,
t., the Count) Judge* ol Bade 'oun-
iv. and file the -"'" '" duplii ate and
;l- pro> i.i. .i In Kectl < 16. i-lorlda
Statutes, in their office* in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In l >ade founts. Floi -
Ida, within six calendar montha from
the ti".....f the firsl publication her< -
of i r ill. same will be burred.
Dated nl Miami, Florida, this llth
das .-i Si pi ml., r. A.I'. 1963
RENE I ITTBRMAN
As Exi ..mix
l"ir-i publication of this nol It on
Hi. i:'.:li da) "I September, 1963.
VVEINKLE .x KESSLER
Attorneys for Exi cuti Ix
si I Seybold Bull i ng, Miami 32, Fla.
__________: i::-2-27. I" 4
"~IN"t"HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60644-A
IN RE: Estate ol
SOPHIE WEI1.1.
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ai.- hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you ma) have against
Hi,- .state ..r SOPHIE WEILL de-
censed late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judge* ..i Dade County,
and file the -am.- In duplicate and aa
provided In Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar montha from
thi time of the firsl publication here-
of. ..I the sain.- will be barred.
Dated .it Miami. Florida, this llili
das of September, A 11 1963
BARNETT ROBINSON, JR
As Admlnlstratoi
i nst publication "i ibis notice on
tin- ISth das of September, 1963.
HAUIUS AND ROBINSON
\ii..i n, v for Administrator
12th Floor Dade Federal I'.ldg
Miami 82, Florida
;i '13-80-27, 10 t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60643-C
IN P.E: Estate of
MAY PERLMAN
l>eceu8ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may ha\"e against
the estate of MAY PERLMAN de-
ceased late of the County ami State
of New York to the County Judges
Of Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.16. Florida Statute.-. In their of-
fices In the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or tin- same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thia llth
day of September, A.D, i:"i::
BARNETT ROBINSON. JR.
As An.ili.il> Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the ISth .lav of September, 1963.
HARRIS AND Kt T-INSi IN
Attornevs for Anclllar) Administrator
li'i h Floor Dad, Federal Bldg.
Miami 32, Floi i.i.<
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The Shofar and Traditional Jewish Practice
By JACOB L. CHERNOFSKY
-NE of It* most memorable rites to etfj
O ,.,,_ impression on the wowhiper
the High Holy Days serves is the sounding of
t 2L2L solemn ^Uw^U, en-
tire bushed congregation, young and old alike
L Seir thoughts and leelings .gainst
En. Piercing blast lha. *<**"
down through the ages to awaken to full spu-itua!
consciousness
This j; a- it should be. for the shofar has al-
ways typified the everlasting, traditional char
ter of the Jewish faith.
Reaching back into the remote beginning
Judai-m as a national creed, the sound of
shofar issued forth from Mount Sinai in what was
the most solemn moment in Jewish history. It
was also present at other meaningful times-
triumphant occasions, as when the martial blast
of the shefar was sounded when the walls of
Jericho collapsed before Joshua and the people:
and on festive occasions, as the dedication
King David of a new pavilion for the Ark of the
Covenant
The Single Exception
With the possible exception of certain types
of reeis. ;he shofar is the oldest surviving form
of wind instrument. While a variety of other
types of musical instruments were used in the
Temple and developed and improved subsequently
for ritual purposes, the shofar has never varied
in structure from its ancient simplicity.
According to Jewi-h law. the shofar used tor
ritual purposes may be m.'dc from the horn- ol
any kosher animal, except the cow. The ex-
ception was instituted as a reminder of the inci-
dent of the golden calf, when the Jews, following
the exodus tr m Egypt, faltered in their faith
during thi of Moses on Mount Sinai.
In actual practice, Jews in various part- of
the world and at different periods in history used
a wide \ etj of animal horns for the -hofar.
The Talmud relates that the shofar -minded in
the Temple on the High Holy Days was made from
the horn of the wild goat, "-traight, with its
mouthpiece overlaid with sold."
Subsequently, more popular for use
shofar was the ram's horn which served ,
reminder of the Biblical incident in which Abra-
ham proud himself ready to sacrifice hi- n
Isaac, but. at the last minute, a ram was miracu-
lously produced to be substituted for the boy.
The narrative is part of the Torah readings dur-
ing the High Holy Days, and serves as a high
example of supreme faith in God.
Shofar Never Painted
One of the more interesting type- of -hofar.
is the horn of the African koodoo, which has been
Hadassah, Women's Zionist Organization
receives the coveted Avodah Award given
annually by the Jewish Teachers Associa-
tion. Mr. Siegfried Kramaisky. nctional
president, accepts the award from Herman
P. Mantell, president of the association.
Presentation was during the outgoing He-
Drew Year 5723.
by members of the Ber.e Israel comrauniti
in India. Of exquisite curvatui I shape.
tars oi this type are sometimes as much a
four feet in length.
While shofars are never painted, man) an
carved with artistic deaigi -
inscriptions relevant to the High Holy Day;
Although the Talmud mention- the fact tfal
-hofars were sometimes employed for ordinarj
musical eijoyment, among Jews thej have bea
dsed almost excusively for ritual or legal pay
I
Its primary use. of course, has been dunnj
the Rosh Hashona rites and at the conclusion*
Yom Kippur. But other occasions have calW
for the sounding of the shofar from Biblical times
until the present day.
In addition to the particular instances wl
the use of the shofar was specifically mentioned
in the Bible, it is known that the instrument*
used generally on fast days to arouse the popu-
lace to the proper frame of mind.
The tractate Sanhednn mentions the shoftf
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The Berditshever as a Great Advocate
By DR. H. RABINOWITCZ
JUT5TANDINO among- the galaxy of Hasidic
.;unts and sages who have flourished in Jew-
|ry during the past two centuries, Rabbi Levi Isaac
of Berditthaw, author of "Kendushath Levi." was
|affectionatel|F known as the "Great Defender of
I the House of Israel."
Hasiditf legend has it, that when the Berdit-
Lhever was born, Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov,
ili, .under of Hasidism, prophetically proclaimed
\ great and holy soul has descended into the
Iv.orlc, and it shall be an-eloquent pleader for
Jewry. Kabbi Levi Isaac fulfilled his destiny.
II,. ,i. endowed with boundless optimism and
(with a rationale faith in the inherent goodness
lof h.inia.nuy; he was utterly devoid of bitterness,
[despite the many tribulations to which he was
{subjected. He could not/'behold iniquity in Jacob
I nor -..lesions in the House of Israel." Just
l;l. every letter in a Sefer Torah is sacred, so
I,, evi limber of the House of Israel sacrosanct
land reproach. For a man is given two
[eyes "> one he is to regard his own failings,
[and with the other he is to observe the virtues of
I llow-men.
urable are the anecdotes and aphorisms
that reveal the Berditchever's true nobility of
It is related, for example, that he
ced upon a Jew eating in public upon
[the Fast of Ab. "Surely," the Rabbi remonstrat-
|ed must have forgotten that today is the
yih ., Au?" "No, I have not forgotten," was the
i.pl> Perhaps, my son, you are not enjoying
good tioalth and were advised by your doctor to
[eat?" No. I am in excellent health." Cried
the Sage aloud: "See, O Lord, what a wonderful
people are the Jews. Even when they transgress
thy commandments, they do not stoop to utter
I unir.'r -
The Saintly Sinner
when he saw a driver, clad in Talith and
iTotiljin, lubricating the wheels of his wagon, the
Rabbi exclaimed: "What a holy people is Thine!
Even when they oil the wheels of their wagons,
they are mindful of Thee, and commune with
Thee." And when he heard a thief boasting to
confederates of the night's haul, the Rabbi com-
mented: "It is still a long time to Selichoth;
yet the man has already begun to confess his
I sins,"
His attitude to the sinner was truly saintly.
I He was constantly striving "to love a good Jew
las mueh as God loves a wicked one." He- is re-
putt a to have told an inveterate evil-doer: "I
actually envy you. For if you would only repent
and return wholeheartedly to our Father in Heav-
en, a ray of light would go forth out of even-
one rf vour transgressions, and you would be
lumuii^f. altogether."
Prof. Harry A. Wolfson (left), of Harvard
University, receives the first Hillel Aca-
demic Award for "a half century of monu-
mental scholarship" at a convocation on
the Harvard campus commemorating the
40th anniversary of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dations. Dr. Wolfson, one of the world's
leading Jewish scholars, held the first chair
in Judaic studies established at an Amer-
ican university. Dr. Abram L. Sachar (cen-
ter*, president of Brandeis University and
honorary Hillel chairman, and Dr. William
Haber, of Ann Arbor, Mich., present the
medallion.
If his anger was ever roused, it was always
in the cause of Israel, whom he defended fierce-
ly against the itinerant Maggidim who would
castigate the assembled congregations with "fire,
flame and brimstone." When he heard a preach-
er accusing the people of a multitude of sins, he
protested vigorously: "Lord of the Universe! This
poor Maggid complains bitterly against thy
people because that is how he earns his liveli-
hood. Give him, I beg of You, his daily bread,
and save him the necessity of defaming your
holy nation." The Berditshever was equally dis-
tressed wnen he heard another Rabbi publicly ad-
monish a congregant for the hasty and indecorous
manner in which he was reciting his prayers.
Said the Berditshever: "It is wrong to critime
a Jew, and on such grounds. God will surely
understand him, just as a loving mother under-
stands the mumblings, seemingly unintelligible, of
her little child."
On the Days of Judgment, on Rosh Hashona
and on Yom Kippur, the Great Advocate excelled
himself. The House of Israel was on trial; the
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President Ben Zvi: The Ascetic Prince
By MILTON R. KONVITZ
THE Bible relates than when Samuel became old,
a king to govern them so that they might be like
other nations. Samuel told the elders what their
king would be like: Your sons, he said to them.
would become his horsemen and charioteers; some
would plow his lands and reap his harvests for
him. Your daughters, he said, would become
his perfumers, his cooks and bakers. He will
take the best of your fields and vineyards and
olive orchids, and give them to his servants. He
will take the best of your cattle and other ani-
mals. "He will take the tenth of your Hocks,
and you shall be his slaves."
Unfortunately, indeed, Samuel's description of
the king proved to be the rule for Israel and
Judah, as it was for all other nations.
Corruption of Kings
In the history of mankind, one can count on
the fingers of his hands the kings who have been
righteous, decent and God-fearing men; all the
rest, by the thousands, have been scoundrels,
scourges upon men, whose reigns could be ration-
alized only as society's suffering and penance for
its sins and crimes.
In the Renaissance, when Erasmus saw the
corruption of kings and emperors, he tried to set
before them a model that Erasmus thought a
Christian prince should imitate. The ruler, he
said, must not be the slave of his passions; he
must be self-controlled; he must shun a life of
luxury; his desires and pleasures must be intellec-
tual and not sensual. He must be a student of
the Bible, and must live the life of an ascetic.
He must learn to know his own kingdom, its geo-
graphy and history, its laws and customs and
peoples. He should visit different parts of his
kingdom and get to know its different peoples
as a friend and kinsman; and always he must
remember he is the servant of his people.
In this way, said Erasmus, the prince would
combine the sacred spiritual life with secular
power. The ascetic prince would symbolize the
spiritual meaning of the life of the nation.
The True Ascetic
One cannot help note that Samuel the prophet
drew a picture of the ruler that was true to the
facts of history, and Erasmus drew a picture that
was true to the highest ideals of spirituality but
was not, unfortunately, true to life.
But in President Yitzhak Ben-Zvi the por-
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Foundation, and Fellow of the American Associ-
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Israel's late President Ben-Zvi, accompanied
by Mrs. Ben-Zvi, in conversation with Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, first President of Israel.

President Ben-Zvi with former Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion.
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Tubman. of Liberia.
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Major Stories of the Past Jewish Year
-
By BEN GALLOB
IF, as the philosophers put it. the past is pro-
logue to the future, a glance at the events of
the past Jewish year may have utilitarian, as
well as conversational values. Out of the welter
of such events, a choice must be made and here-
with are offered the major stories of the Jewish
year 5723, as selected by the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
What are surely the two top events of that
year both originated in Washington. One was the
Supreme Court decision barring recitation of the
Lord's Prayer and Bible reading as a religious
exercise in public schools. Unlike the decision
in June, 1962. which ruled out only a New York
Regents' prayer from use in the public schools
of that state, the second decision was both sweep-
ing and specific. Again, unlike the 1962 decision.
ji did not call forth a storm of denunciation from
Christian groups, although there wire protests.
The significance of the ruling as a Jewish story
was clear: it fully sustained the majority Jewish
viewpoint that the most certain safety for all
religious groups in the pluralistic American so-
ciety rested on the denial of government support
to the practices of any of them
Israel Rebuffed
The other Washington story was the announce-
ment that the United States, in a major Middle
East policy reversal, would sell to Israel its super-
<>nic ground-to-air Hawk missiles. It was an of-
fering bearing a $25,000,000 price tag, but it was
heartily welcomed by Israel, both for the value
of the missiles in deterring any plans by Egyptian
dictator Nasser to turn his Soviet-made bombers
loose on Israel's packed cities, and for the indi-
cation that the United States had jettisoned a
long-standing policy that it would not escalate the
Middle East arms race by providing arms to Is-
rael, despite the unending flow of Soviet weapops
to the neighboring Arab countries.
On the debit side for Israel was the flat re-
bulf, during negotiations with the European Econ-
omic Community, to Israel's hopes for a compre-
hensive trade agreement to protect its booming
exports to the six European Common Market
countries. Two rounds of talks yielded only an
offer to ease Euromart tariffs on three relatively
I ivial items on the list of 150 Israeli products
exported to the Euromart nationsfertilizers,
bathing suits and grapefruit. The Israeli nego-
t ators declined the offer, and suggested a list
of technical proposals which they indicated they
hoped would lead to more generous concessions.
Ber-Gurion Resigns
Another major development was the resig-
nation of David Bcn-Gurion as Prime Minister.
UN Secretary General U Thant receives a
presentation copy of "The Great Question,"
an action guidebook published by 34 vol-
untary national organizations to mark the
15th anniversary of the United Nations Uni-
versal Declaration of Human Rights.
Making the presentation are Marietta P.
Tree (left), U.S. representative to the Com-
mission on Human Rights, and Mrs. Ethel C.
Phillips (center), publications director of the
American Jewish Committee, chairman of
the Committtee for "The Great Question."
The old \VBirior had resigned before, but this time,
he also quit as a member of Israel's Parliament.
Though he reversed that Knesset resignation un-
der pressure of his Mapai colleagues, it appeared
that the 76-year-old leader really meant to let
go of the levers of power he has held so long, al-
though not to retire to pasture. He made it plain
that there were a number of projectssuch as
unifying Israel's doctrine-bedeviled labor parties
and helping hoist the economie and cultural levels
of Israel': Oriental newcomerswhich he felt he
could usefully push as a more or less private citi-
zen.
Much Jewish consideration was focussed dur-
ing the past year on Rome. In the long history
ol the Catholic Papacy, there were few Popes to
manifest so sincere a regard for Jews as had Pope
John XXHI In his brief reign, he demonstrate!
that among the reforms he felt Roman Catholic-
ism urgently needed in the broiling twentieth
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30,000 Jews Live in Lcndon's East End
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
ONDONThe East End of London is not really
a geographical concept; there is no such bor-
ough, postal district or telephone exchange; nor
will you find it on any ordinance map. Some
people do not believe it really exists; others think
it is a place where you venture at your own risk,
if you ar? brave enough. When I tell my friends
that I strolled for a couple of hours the streets
of the Ea,t End-on my way to the West Ham
United football stadium or just exploring the dis-
trictthey shake their heads at the queer tastes
of certain people, especially writers. But this
has happened to much better people than I.
When Jack London came from California for
the first time he asked his friends to tell him about
the East End but none of them could help. So he
jumped into a hansom cab and ordered the driver
to take him to the East End. The driver was
puzzled, and did not known where to go. At the
time, in 1902. three hundred thousand people liv-
ed in the East End.
But. of course, the East End does exist. It
is, in fact, the huge area stretching along the
River Thames from Aldgate on the iringe of the
Cit yto the County of Essex. Many people who
City to the County of Essex. Many people who
living in the East End. But they are not part of
it. Only those who live there, whether Jews.
Irish Catholics, Anglicans, free Churchmen, Hin-
dus. Muslims, Eikhs, black, white, yellow or
brown, are East Enders. You have to spend your
nights there to qualify.
Great Luck
The. people of the East End are friendly, help-
ful, humorous, tough, enduring and likeable. They
hare a great capacity for amusing themselves.
They take crises and dangers in their stride. But
their greatest quality is neighborliness, the re-
sult of a long struggle against poverty and mis-
fortune which came to an end only with the ad-
vent of the Welfare State in England after World
War II. Even today the rat race is outside their
comprehension.
Not so long a,go, it was a piece of great good
luck in the East End to have two days work a
week. And the sweat shops of the East End had
become notorious all over the world. Archbishop
Appleton. of Perth, Australia, who served as a
Church of England archdeacon in the East End
for many years, said the other day that the most
heroic characters had been the East End mothers,
who struggled endlessly to feed their families on
a meagre income, or national assistance, and nev-
er gave up. Their gallantry remains unsung. To-
day, poverty has vanished for good but slum con-
Greeted by members of the family, Mrs.
Paula Ben-Gurion, wife of Israel's former
Prime Minister, arrives at Lod Airport Israel
after participating in the naming ceremony
of the Israel flagship SS Shalom, which took
place at St. Nazaire, France. Left to right
are Mr. Leshcm, a son-in-law; Mrs. Amos
Ben-Gurion. a daughter-in-law; Mrs. Paula
Ben-Gurion and youngest grandchild; the
former Prime Minister; the eldest grand-
daughter, Mrs. Renana Lesham; Amos Ben-
Gurion, and his son.
ditions still exist here and there, and it will take
many years before the whole area is free of slums.
Still, the East Enders don"t complain. Ash-
ley Smith tells the story of a rainy day in East
Londonand this has to be experienced in order
to know what it means in terms of wetness and
misery. He was sheltering in the Victorian por-
tico of a pub. Next to him was an East End
workman. The man was smoking his pipe sil-
ently for .1 time and then took it out of his mouth
and remarked: "We dont know how lucky we
are; have you read about the gales and floods
in Wiltshire?" (A lush and wealthy agricultural
county.)
Out oi the twenty eight boroughs that com-
prise London, five arc in the End End: Stepney,
Hackney. Poplar. Bethnal Green and Shoreditch.
They have a total population of nearly half a
million. Whitechapel, a name and landmark in
Jewish history, is in the East End, as everybody
who has read his Zangwill ("The Children of the
Ghetto") would know. It is, in fact, part of the
Borough of Stepney. Not all East End Jews ac-
tually lived in Whitechapel even in its hey day.
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+Jewish fhorkUan
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But most of their institutions happened to be con-
centrated there, and so the name came to denote
W the whole of the Jewish habitat in the East End
of London.
Huguenots Came
The Jews were not the first foreigners to
come to the East End. It has a very old tradition
of harboring persecuted people. The Huguenots
came to the East End after the massacre of St.
Bartholomew's Day. in 1572. When the Edict of
Nantes was revoked in 1685. some eighty thousand
more Huguenots came to England, and of them
some 13 thousand settled in the East End. Traces
of this settlement arc still to be found in the
Bast End; French surnames for unlikely back al-
leys of warehouses and scrap yards; French sur-
names borne by East Enders. Most of the Irish
came after the potato famine of 1846 and soon
numbered one hundred thousand. They are Cath-
olic-, of course, and hence the larger number of
Catholic churches ia the area. And Irish names.
*, too, but those are to be found everywhere in Eng-
land.
Almost all the Jews came to the East End
between 1880 and 1914. There were in the area
some Sephardi Jews from before (the Sephardim
came to England in the resettlement of 1656) but
not many; the bulk of them lived in the city and
to the west of it.
The East End Jews came from Russia, Po-
land and Rumania. Their language was Yiddish
and their dress and habits were, naturally, those
of Eastern European Jews. Nevertheless, they
lelt at home in a district where the population
was so mixed and variegated. Elsewhere, Eng-
lish society is notoriously unabsorbent. Here the
Jews, like the Huguenots and the Irish Catholics,
continued their own way of life. The various
groups of the population mingled freely during
business hours, but went their own ways in the
evenings and on their Sabbath days. Yet, there
prevailed a spirit c friendliness and ncighborli-
ness, and people in distress were always given a
helping hand.
The Jcwlkh contribution to the collective ef-
fort of earning a living in the East End was the
pioneering of the tailoring, cabinet-making and
% shoemaking industries.
It is not strictly true that the Jews have left
the East End and that Whitechapel has been tak-
en over by the Negroes, as some Jewish writers,
who do not know the East End, like to assert.
Actually, thirty thousand Jews still live in the
East End. Those who work, or do business there
are not included in this figure.
Jws Increasing
Strange as it may seem, the number of Jews
in the East End is actually increasing. Some of
the children of those who left the East End for
"better" districts in the metropolis are no longer
in business or the trades; they are professional
people; and some of them prefer the atmosphere
of the colorful East End to the lower middle class
dormitories of Golders Green in the North West.
The usual civilized amenities are available in the
new housing estates of the East End.
It is even safer there than in some central
( istricts. After the war, I was lecturing occas-
ionally in an East End youth club and people
used to warn me: "They will cut your tires" .
1 ignored it. Needless to say, nobody touched my
car. I simply parked it outside the club. "Don't
worry, Sir, we will keep an eye on your car,"
said one ol the boys. Nowadays I am often greet-
ed cheerfully by former members of the club as
1 walk through the back streets of the East End.
It makes me feel at home. One of the boys in
the club, who became a cabinet maker in due
course, presented me with a bookshelf .
A remaikable institution operating in the East
End since the middle thirties is the Council of
Citizens of East London, which includes represen-
tatives of all the faiths and races in the area. It
was founded thirty years ago to fight racial and
religious prejudice. It is still active but these
days it take a long term view, since it does not
have to deal with immediate tensions. This in
itself is a measure of the success of this institu-
tion.
'Strange' People Ur.noticed
During the clashes between whites and Ne-
groes in Notting Hill Gate, West London, and Not-
tingham, a few years ago, the East End remain-
ed unruffled. Today the Council of Citizens is
a purely educational body, working on the assump-
tion that good .citizenship starts in the kinder-
garten.
The methods of work are conferences for
school children, mobile exhibitions, films, publi-
cations, meetings of teachers, social workers and
religious mentors. The aim is tolerance. It has
been shown that one of the most effective ways
of fostering tolerance is for various groups to
play together, in other words, to spend leisure
time together.
One of the Council's publications is "Our East
End." Another one is, "One God, the Way He
is Worshiped and Served." It explains the re-
ligious customs of the Anglicans, Catholics, Free
Churches and Jews. The book does not indulge
in explaining the philosophies of the various
faiths; it assumes they are all valid and explains
how each is practiced and observed.
PeopK' with side curls wearing long black
garbs may be "funny," but so are elderly bishops
with spindly legs wearing white gaiters.
"Once you know what it is all about, you don't
notice it," an East Ender said the other day.
The great thing about the East End is that
"strange" people are not noticed there.
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EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
EXTEND TO THEIR MANY
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BEST WISHES FOR THE
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Friday, September 20. 1963

THE OFFICERS,
PIRECTORS AND STAFF OF
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
extend our
best wishes
for a
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OK MIAMI
Downtown: Branch:
101 N.E. 1st Avenue Biscayne Shopping Plaza
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
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MIAMI COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
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Wishes You and Your Families
A Most Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
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Opa-locka Phone MU 1-8511
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A COMPLETE FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
JACK JUSTICE, Realtor
THE SURFSIDE REALTOR "Justice for Buyer and Seller"
UN 64211
Israel Bond investments are helping speed
the development of all parts of Israel's econ-
omy. Top left, crates of oranges, whose pro-
duction this year is at a record level, are un-
loaded from railroad cars at Haifa harbor for
export. Top right, a 14-story commercial
building goes up overlooking the Haifa port
area. Bottom left, new homes are built for
immigrants in Ashdod, where the new port
under construction will be the principal out-
let to the West for citrus and other products
of the Negev. Bottom right, phosphate ore,
which is expected to be the foundation of a
greatly enlarged chemical industry in Israel,
is enriched at the plant in Oron.
A Harvest of Faith and Achievement
By LEVI ESHKOL
Prime Minister State of Israel
SEVERAL months ago, we began the redemption
of the first Israel Independence Savings
Bonds, which were issued 12 years ago. We are
happy that we are in a position to repay these
bonds as specified in the prospectus, 150 cents
on the dollar.
Those who had faith in us 12 years ago are
reaping, in addition to payments of interest, a
harvest of self-satisfaction and the gratitude of
their brethren who have been re-gathered in their
reborn homeland.
The Independence Issue of State of Israel
Bonds is history now. The record of the past 12
years proves, without any question, that State of
Israel Bonds were and are still a good invest-
ment, both tor the purchaser and for Israel.
Bleak Position
In May of 1951, when these Israel Bonds
which we row redeem were purchased, our in-
fant State was faced with dire need. Agriculture,
disrupted by our War of Independence, could not
leed the hundreds of thousands of immigrants
flooding our shores. Housing was inadequate for
our growing population. Industry was non-exist-
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ent ior practical purposes. No natural resources
were being exploited. Our merchant fleet con-
sisted' of a few tiny reconditioned blockade run-
ners Vich brought Hlegal immigrants from the
rcmnai'.'s of the Hitler death camps to join us
iri a n--v life. Unemployment was high and gal-
loping illation played havoc with our economy.
Biia was our position when we turned to our
trierxia and said: "The philanthropic help you
have been giving us up to now is not enough. In
additiOl wc need your investment capital to build
a strong economy."
T!.' was the beginning of the Israel Bond
camj>.t.-n. That was over $600,000,000 ago. With
the n i of these funds and loans from other
source lUCh as the World Bank, our picture has
changi I radically.
Oi i population has more than doubled from
about I M million to over two and a quarter mil-
lion, housing has been provided for the million
and a -alt newcomers who once lived in the tin
huts and tents of the immigrant transit centers.
Wc hav< lounded more than 650 agricultural vil-
lages and towns. We have built new cities in the
Negev, oringirg life to the empty and neglected
southern halt of our country.
W-% have drilled wells, built reservoirs and
laid Irrigation piping. We supply almost all our
requiri menta in food for our population which
i- -'ill .rowing from day to day
Marvels of Achievement
VV' have discovered gas and oil. We mine
coppi phosphates, kaolin and flint clay. We
are exploiting the rich treasures of potash and
bromine from the Dead Sea. We have a mer-
chant leet of nearly one million dead weight tons
mai i i> of (he most modern ships, calling at
porti over the seven seas. We have established
a modi -t but modern shipyard of our own near
Haifa. We have expanded the port at Elath on
I he to- d Sea. We have undertaken the construc-
tion i a deep sea port at Ashdod on the Mcditcr-
rai i
W- have constructed a network of fine mod-
ern highways to link every part of the country.
Some 0( these, such as the Beersheba-S'dom road,
and tl ArudS'dom road, are mavels of engineer-
in 'j.
W- have no unemployment and. following the
devaluation of our currency more than a year
ago, Our economy reached the threshold of stabil-
ity.
C citizens have willingly shouldered the
burden- of this development effort. During the
past >ear prices have remained table. Wages
have reen frozen. We have gone all-out to in-
crease efficiency and eliminate waste. We are
artificially retarding growth in consumption and
impro.t-mePt in our standard of living. We have
raiser internal loans and encouraged an increase
in private savings to bolster our supply of devel
npmen? capital.
Wo have boosted our exports to the point
**:. .---
A group of farm workers in the B'sor region
sort and pack tomatoes from their latest
harvest. With the help of Israel Bonds, Is-
rael now grows over 75 percent o' its
domestic food reguirements, and has suc-
cessfully developed commercial crops like
cotton, sugar beets and peanuts. In addi-
tion, the newly-developed B'sor region is
growing winter tomatoes, winter potatoes
and other new crops for home use and ex-
port to Europe, where there is a great de-
mand for off-season crops from Israel.
where they cover 54 cents of every import dol-
lar.
The United States has also benefited from
our progress. Our imports have risen to match
our growing population and its needs, and Is-
rael is now a better customer for the United
States. In 1D62 alone we imported $207,686,000
in goods from the U.S. All this has been made
possible with the help of Israel Bond investments.
Aid Not Necessary
Recently, the U.S. State Department told the
Congress that we had made sufficient progress
and had used the money given to us so well that
economic grants-in-aid arc no longer necessary.
Those who carry the burden of financing an
economy in the making, and a nation in the mak-
ing, may not wish to agree with these conclusions,
but they can nevertheless take pride in this com-
pliment, and those who have supported the Is-
rael Bond drive can also take pride in it.
It is important to realize that, as the Indc
Continued on Page 12-C
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Friday. September 20, 1363
To the Jewhh Community in South Florida
We Extend Sincere Greetings'
During the Holiday Season
and
Best Wishes
for
Continued Happiness all through the New Year
V
THE
MIAMI BEACH
KENNEL CLUB
ICE CREAM
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Extends to All Their Jewish Friends
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEALTEST FOODS DIVISION
National Dairy Products Corporation
P.O. Box 52-95, Miami, Florida FR 9-6501
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
extends its best wishes for a peaceful and joyous
NEW YEAR to its many patrons and friends who
have helped make this season a success.
GREETINGS
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if BANK FIXTURES *
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Continued from P*9* 5-C
century, was action to end religiously-based antag-
onism and hostility toward Jews. His passing was
a cause of profound grief for Jews, as well as for
many other nor.-Catholies.
Pop* John's Death
It was a passing which posed a specific ques-
tion for lews. Pope John, who convened the first
Ecumenical Council in centuries, was known to
have assigned to Auguste Cardinal Bea, the plan-
ner of the Council, the task of working out a state-
ment of church opposition to anti-Semitism. With
the Pope's passing, the Council came to an end
and with it Cardinal Bea's assignment on the anti-
Semitism issue. Pope Paul VI made it evident,
soon after his coronation, that he intended to re-
convene the CouncH. What was left uncertain in
the immediate transition of papacies was the
future of the anti-Semitism statement.
On that question, an otherwise fairly routine
plenary session of the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council became the dramatic set-
ting for i comment by a Jesuit that the Council
probably would not approve such a statement, and
a quick denial from Rome that he had authority
to make such a prediction. Father Gustave
Wcigel, a Woodstock College faculty member, told
the NCRAC community leaders it was his opinion
that the bishops would not approve such a state-
ment out of concern for Catholics in Arab coun-
tries. Within 24 hours, sources high in the Vati-
can disavowed his authority to make such a pre-
diction.
News usually implies change, but there can
also be a situation in which continuation of a
situation is news. Then, there was no abatement
during the year in the continued harassment of
Jews in the Soviet Union. Nor was there any
decline in the flow of denunciations of the Sov-
iets for their treatment of Soviet Jews. The list
of critics was impressivemany of the free coun-
tries before various forums of the United Nations,
Parliamentary bodies, trade unions, clergymen,
both Jewish and Christian, and leading intellec-
tuals.
Soviet Premier Stung
The unrelenting criticism stung Soviet Chief
Nikita Khrushchev to a reply in the form of a let-
ter to one of those intellectuals. Lord Bertrand
Russell, who had twice written letters on the
abysmal plight of Soviet Jewry. The Soviet leader
replied to the first letter with the pious asser-
tion that 'there is not and never has been an
anti-Semitic policy in the Union of Soviet Social-
ist Republics because our multi-national socialist
state excludes the possibility of such a policy."
Gov. Richard I. Hughes (center), of New Jer-
sey, received a nearly 2,000-year-old clay
lamp, recovered from archaeological dig-
ging in Israel, in recognition of his "out-
standing devotion to the cause of human
freedom and the saving of human life."
Making the presentation in Princeton, for
top leaders of New Jersey's United Jewish
Appeal 25th anniversary campaign were
Henry Orenstein (left), prominent manufac-
turer who arrived in the U.S. as a refugee
in 1945, and UJA General Chairman Joseph
Meyerhoff.
The disclaimer might have been a little more
convincing if Edward Crankshaw, a British ex-
pert on Kremlinology. had not reported that
Khrushchev told a meeting in Moscow last De-
cember that Jews should r.ot be given top posts
in the Soviet hierarchy because "this only pro-
vokes popular resentment." The occasion was a
meeting on modern trends in the arts at which
a heated discussion broke out about anti-Semitism.
During the discussion, Khrushchev severely criti-
cized Yevgeny Yevtushenko, whose poem, "Babi
Yar" had been widely interpreted in the west
and apparently also by Khrushchevas an attack
on lingering anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union.
Israel's status as a "Little Cold War" victim
became a matter of judicial interest inof all
placesa court in rigidly-neutral Switzerland. A
blunt indictment of Nasser" s warlike postures and
plans against Israel emerged from a court in
Basle. The court tried and found guilty two al-
leged Isrr-eli agents, who had been arrested on
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* Jewish HmrMmm
Page 11-C
irges that they tried to stop West German
tist Paul Gocrckc from his work on ad-
liced weapons systems in Egypt by coercing
daughter,
Stressing Switzerland's historic neutrality in'
quarrels between other nations, the court, nev-
tieli's-. refused to send the two men to jail.
en, discarding neutrality temporarily, the six
\%cs said they could not avoid a finding that
ypt w^s planning to annihilate Israel and that
West German scientists on Nasser's payroll
\rc guilty of abetting those designs.
West German Scientists
The arrest of the alleged agents in turn touch-
olf a minor crisis in Israel, where the issue of
alions with any German regime is explosive.
Israel Government formally accused West
rmany ol failing to act on the issue of the
sntists. A byproduct of that charge was that
i-Gunon, then Prime Minister, reportedly be-
ie infuriated over the manner in which the
aeli campaign against the scientists was han-
i, and forced the resignation of Israel's anony-
js security services chief.
)n the American scene, a major event was the
ebration of the 25th anniversary of the United
ivish Appeal, that unique humanitarian organi-
through which Jews and friends of Jews
ve given nearly one and a halt billion dollars
| succor Jews in need throughout the world, and
| aid the Jewish survivors of the Hitler holocaust
no sought and found sanctuary in Israel. One
the UJA's major porblems for years to come
>uld be to help the integration of the more than
0,000 Jews who fled from a xenophobically-in-
fcpendent Algeria to France, and almosi over-
Ight made the French Jewish community the
^urth largest in the world.
The ambivalence of government policy toward
rabian bias against American Jews was dram-
lized in treatment of the issue in New York and
rashington. In New York, the State Commission
lr Human Rights finally forced the Arabian-
American Oil Company (ARAMCO) to abandon its
Mi-Jewish hiring policies, a fight opened six
cars before by the American Jewish Congress.
in ARAMCO contention, in the hearing preced-
> the ARAMCO no-bias agreement, was that it
ad been given State Department clearance to
preen out Jewish applicants for jobs in Saudi
rabia, where the company operates a huge oil-
MteCtiag complex. The commission found ARAM-
O cuilty as charged, and the company signed an
ereement to end such discrimination. Subse-
|uently, a commission examiner reported that
lHAMCO was abiding by the agreement.
National Retrogression
At the national level, there were retrogressions
well as advances on the issue. The United
States Defense Department disclosed that Jewish
btrsonnel were among American servicemen sent
|o Saudi Arabia for joint military maneuvers.
David I. Young, of Cincinnati (center), an
attorney who enrolled 406 B'nai B'rith mem-
bers, a record number, to win the organiza-
tion's annual membership contest, receives
congratulations from Label A. Katz, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith (left), and Dr. William
Wexler, of Savannah, chairman of its Mem-
bership Cabinet. Young won a trip for two
to Paris. A new campaign, focused on the
organization's 120th anniversary year, be-
gins in October with a goal of 50,000 mem-
bers.
Saudi Arabia denied the report, but the United
States indicated it had no intention of screening
out Jewish personnel sent to the feudal Arab king-
dom to aid in its defense against empire-hungry
Nasser.
The State Department, however, continued to
resist all efforts to write into United States for-
eign aid measures clauses to cut off aid from
countries which discriminated against American
Jews and whichlike Egyptused American funds
to make possible purchase of offensive weapons
from the Soviets to ooost their war-making capac-
ity against Israel. At a press conference. Presi-
dent Kennedy indicated he would ignore an amend-
ment to the current foreign aid bill giving him
discretionary authority to cut off U.S. aid in
such situations.
These were the major events of the Jewish
year, selected from many on the likelihood that
they would continue to have significant impact
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TwrtKtMd" from Pag 9-C
pendcncc Issue of State of Israel Bonds, which is
now being redeemed, was followed by the De-
velopment Issue, and that in turn was followed
by the current Second Development Issue, there
will no doubt be additional issues of Israel Bonds.
Despite the heartening progress, we still have a
long road to travel.
Our rate of immigration is highhigher than
it has been within the past decade. We must
have more houses and schools and hospitals, more
factories i.nd more jobs, more food and more
farmsin short, more development. We must
export more to close the gap in our balance of
trade.
In addition, we have an ever-present problem
of security We must keep our economy growing
and developing to support our defense establish-
ment.
Rail Link to Elath
We still need the help and the partnership of
the buyers of Israel Bonds and the sellers of Is-
rael Bonds. By the end of this decade, our popu-
lation should be nearing the three million mark.
The job ci settling the Negev is still before us.
We shall have to build a rail link from Bcer-
sheba to Elath. Along it we shall construct a
network of cities and villages. We must inten-
sify the search for and the exploitation of natural
resources. The future of our country is in the
development of the Negev.
Aside from the geographical Negev of our
country, there is another development task which
has become urgent. I would call it our educa-
tional Negev. Our population has been ingathered
from the four corners of the world, from more
than 100 countries, some of them backward and
underdeveloped.
In this world of science and technology, edu-
cation holds the key to economic progress. We
are not poor in brains and know-how, but we
need additional trained and educated men and
women to keep us abreast, even in the forefront
in some cases, of scientific and technical progress.
We already possess fine institutions of higher
education such as the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem, the Bar Ilan University in Tel Aviv,
the Institute of Technology in Haifa, and the
Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth. We
have an integrated public school system, trade
schools, Yeshivoth, but these are still not sufficient
for our needs. We must develop an economy
strong enough to support a program of full, free
secondary school education for our children, and
we want to aim even higher than this.
We are already demonstrating that a small
nation, poor in natural resources, undergoing a
population explosion and hemmed in with mili-
tary and political problems, can overcome these


The southern part of Israel will rapidly be-
gin to approach the economic development
of the north upon the completion in 1964
of the irrigation system which will bring
water from the Sea of Galilee to the Negev.
Shown here is the Wadi Amud section of
Israel's National Water Project, where con-
struction work is nearing completion with
the assistance of Israel Bond investments.
Eventually this major Israel Bond project
will bring billions of gallons of water to the
desert each year, for use in the new devel-
opment communities, new farms and new
industrial enterprises of the Negev.
handicaps by its brainpower and by mobilizing its
spiritual strength.
We are living proof that a bold and imagina-
tive development program, backed by technical
capability and properly directed financial assist-
ance, can work near miracles in a marginal ccon %
omy.
The successful application of Israel Bo;d in-
vestment capital has paid an additional dividend.
Our progress has caught the attention of the new
and developing nations, especially in Africa and
the Far East.
They have been particularly inspired >y the
example of a free, democratic nation marshalling
its resources for development aimed at providing
a better and more dignified way of life for its
citizens. In a modest way, we have been table
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lay. September 20, 1963
fJewisli fhrldttan
Page 13-C
'resident Ben-Zvi: The Ascetic Prince
Continued from Pae 4-C
*
i j the ascetic prince drawn by Erasmus
bc ftr lite". W'Ben tltf was MM TrCSWcnt tir-
52, Htn-Zvi was living in a prefabricated shack,
am which he refused to move; but finally he
Itened to reason, and agreed to move into a
.use in Jerusalem, which is like scores of other
pusc:; in the Rehavia section. One walking by
Jmilri not stop to look at the house except for
|e fart that a sentry stands near the door.
And there are stories about the sentry. Im-
loditatly after his election, the government sent
ker a soldier to stand guard in front of the
hngalow. Tne President objected, but he was
verruled. After a few hours, the President car-
ed a chair outside and urged the young man
sit down; and every few hours the President
Irough*. out to the man a cup of coffee or tea.
; espite the duties of his office, the President
>:: I time each day to study, and every week
|i- we;' over to the Hebrew University to study
ft th< Institute for Research in Jewish Middle
East ( mmunities. He continued to attend Sab-
lath Bad holiday services at the small synagogue
I ehavia, which he preferred to the more lm-
I -vnagogues; and every Sabbath day he at-
lendei study group which was devoted to some
lacred text, and sat at the table with rabbis and
professors, and himself occasionally
(! a "Dvar Torah.""
Objected to Raise
ntly, when the government raised the
|l' t's salary to $6,000 per year, which is
Lust lut the average for the head of a family
I ruled States, President Ben-Zvi objected.
Itt ii mpelled to accept it. he said that he would
I i iall for scholarly research. Like Socrates,
I ioI want to have more money than all
I lan could carry.
-nine sixty \ears he worked in the field
larsbip and had published books and
i.. in archaeology, the Jewish Labor move-
mcr.l and especially on the small Jewish sects
ups, such as the Karaites, the Samaritans.
the B'nai Israel of India, and similar groups. He
. ight ways to befriend members of these
,.i i whom he invited to his home.
Thi '. we see in Yitzhak Ben-Zvi more than
. other king or president the portrait of
the prince as drawn by Erasmus, and the very
opposite oi the picture drawn by the prophet Sam-
mi His pleasures were all intellectual and spiri-
ie was a student every day of his life, and
he livod the life of an ascetic. He knew intimate-
ly th< and and its peoples, and their lives, cus-
Ion nd history.
In iis person Yitzhak Ben-Zvi concretized the
i' ideal of "Torah ugedulah bemokam echod"
---
President Ben-Zvi in conversation with the
heads of the Eastern Churches in Israel.
man uniting in himself great learning and great-
ness of character and position.
Even as Israel has become a model for na-
tions, so YMzhak Ben-Zvi may serve as a model
for the princes of all nations. His death in April
is still ni!Hi;-ned.
The Berditshever
Continued from Page 3-C
Heavenly Tribunal was assembled: all his legal
faculties, his powers of eloquence and oratory,
were called for and were fearlessly employed
In a famous colloquy, that has been set to music.
he pleaded: "Tell me. O Lord, what hast Thou
against Israel? Thou hast written in Thy Holy
Torah 'speak.' Unto whom? Unto Israel. Thou
has written "say." Unto whom? Unto Israel.
Hast thou no other nation to instruct in thy Law?
Thou hast chosen Israel. Have mercy therefore
upon Israel."
Emotion was not the only weapon in his
armor)'. He would seize upon every technicality
to procure an acquittal. When Rosh Hashona oc-
curred on a Sabbath, he seized the opportunity
offered: "O God. thou hast forbidden us to write
on the holy Sabbath except in order to save a
life. Write us down therefore for Life, as other-
wise Thou mayest not write on the Sabbath."
Like all great advocates, he would often use
Continued on Page 14-C
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The Shofar and Traditional Jewish Practice
Continued from Page 2-C
as one of the tools of the trade of the judge in
Israel. Citing an instance in the time of the
Prophetess Deborah, when Barak, a Hebrew lead
er, excommunicated Meroz to the accompaniment
of a blast from 400 shofars, the Talmud also states
that the shofar was used for announcements of
prohibitions and on other occasions of legal con-
sequence, as well as by the Beth Din in an-
nouncing the appearance of the new moon. In
some ca.,es, the shofar was sounded at certain
funerals to emphasize the mourning of the popu-
lace. ,
An Interesting Vestige
In Palestine, up to the beginning of the pres-
ent century, whenever a prolonged drought
threatened the land with a serious famine, the
blowing of the shofar heightened the solemnities
of prayer by the populace. This practice was also
found in Spain and other places during the Mid-
dle Ages.
An interesting vestige of an elaborate cus-
tom dating back to pre-Talniud days, can still be
observed by the visitor to Jerusalem, where, in
parts ol the city, the blast of the shofar late
Friday afternoon announces tho onset of the Sab-
bath. Years ago, similar shofar blasts during
Friday afternoons successively signaled the tinu's
to stop work in the fields, in the city, the time to
kindle the Sabbath lights and finally the onset of
the Sabbath.
Current practice calls tor the sounding of re-
peated blasts of three basic typesthe tekiah.
shevarim and truahduring the synagogue ser-
vise on each of the two aays of Rosh Hashona
during the synagogue services and a final blast
at the conclusion of the Neilah-service on Yom
Kippur.
The order of blowing the shofar on Rosh
Hashona is one of the many examples of certain
Jewish religious rituals in which charges have
been made at various points in history, and the
changes jre subsequently retained where the ori-
ginal need for them no longer exists, but where
the custom still serves as a historical reminder.
Sound of the Blast
Originally sounded earlier in the liturgy, the
time of blowing the shofar was shifted to the ad-
ditional service later in the day because of inter-
ference by the authorities during the Roman oc-
cupation of Palestine. It seems that when the
shofar was sounded early in the service before
many Jews had congregated for worship. Roman
soldiers used to appear at the synagogues in
search of persons they thought were taking part
in military exercises. This led to the change in
the ritual whereby- the shofar was sounded onty
later in the day when it was obvious to all that
the only purpose of the blast was a religious rite
Today, the shofar is sounded at both times dm
ing the service with the additional sounds a re-
minder of our troubles in the distant past.
Our practice today also calls for the Bounding
of the shofar once each day at the conclusion of
the morning prayer service during the month of
Elul (the month immediately before the High
Holy Days). This. too. is an extension of an
earlier custom when the shofar was sounded onh
on the new moon of Elul to commemorate the
date of the ascension of Moses to Mount Sinai to
receive the Tablets of the Laws
The sound of each type of blast has generally
been handed down from father to son or from
teacher to pupil. Medieval manuscripts have been
found, however, in which attempts are made to
note the sounds of the tekiah, shevarim and truah
by means ol strokes of particular length and shape
primitive forms of our modern system of musi
cal notes.
While much of the symbolism of the shofar
ritual may not be immed.ately apparent to the
ordinary synagogue worshiper today, none can
fail to note the impact of the call to solemnity
and spiritual awe. inspired by the sound of the
shofar. The very curvature of the instrument is
meant to suggest the need for a contrite heart,
and the spirit of repentance.
0
The Berditshever
Continued from Page 13-C
a good story in support of his brief. On one oc-
casionit was the Day of Atonementhe urged
a poor humble tailor to speak in front of the Con-
gregation; said the man: "I, Yankel. am a poor
tailor, who, the truth be told, have not been too
honest in my work. I have occasionally kept left-
over cloth and I have missed afternoon service.
But Thou, O Lord, hast taken away infants from
their mothers and mothers from their infants.
Let us, on the Day of Days, be quits. Mayest
Thou forgive me as I forgive Thee." Commented
the Berditshever benignly: "O Yankel, Yankel,
why did you let God off so lightly ."
And when the Rabbi had no case to present,
he would question the validity of the Heavenly
Tribunal: "Do not our sages tell us that a per-
son who is childless is not eligible to be a mem-
ber of the Sanhedrin as he is devoid of pity?
How then are the Angels entitled to pronounce
judgments?"
It was said of himand it is indeed a fitting
cpitahthat he loved God and he loved the Torah
but that his love for Israel surpassed all else.
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Major Jewish Books During Past Year
By HAROLD V. RIBALOW
EACH year, during the Rosh Hashona season,
wc call attention to books of special Jewish
interest that had been published within the pre-
ceding months. This year there were fewer such
books than usual but, I think, they aroused a good
deal more intention and were discussed more ve-
hemently and violently than in the past.
I >hall not offer a comprehensive list of books,
but hall endeavor to stress those titles of major
significance.
Looking back at the past year, 1 am persuad-
ed that four novels in particular will be the sub-
ject of controversy for more than one year. They
;ire books which possess either exceptional lit-
erary quality or deal with subjects sensitive to
Jewish readers.
Yael Dayan
For example, Yael Dayan's "Dust" and Rob-
nl St. John's "The Man Who Played God" are
concerned with the effect of the Hitler era and
Nazi persecution of the Jewish people. Miss
Dayan has written a brief, spare novel about an
Israeli sirl and the man who could not forget
(he honor of the European holocaust. She writes
with lyricism and passion and already her book
has been both praised and damned, depending
or the attitude of the reader or the critic.
There are those who argue that Miss Dayan
i> too defeatist; that her heroes are existential-
and that she writes like an immature wom-
an, Others were impressed by the novel and
fell that the Israeli author, in her third book.
had attained an artistic height hitherto unreach-
:>;. her, and that her people are living sym-
bols of the contemporary Jewish victim of Nazi
humiliation and destruction.
Mr. S!. John has elected to tell, in fictional
terms, about Rudolf Kastner, a Hungarian Jew
i*h leader who had been accused of defraying his
ov :i people through collaboration with the Ger
nuns. This case now belongs to history, but Mr
St. John has managed to make vivid for the con
temporary reader some responsibilities acceptei
l>\ the Jewish spokesman in the Europe of the
and 1940's. Who is to judge whether, tin-
d< r these horrifying conditions, the Jewish lead-
ers diil the right or the wrong thing? Mr. St.
Ji hn leaves it to the reader to judge although
he carefully provides all the evidence, pro an;l
con.
Historical Novel
Three other novels deserve at least passing
mention in any survey oi the notable Jewish
novels of this year. Joanne Greenberg's "The
King's Persons" is the first of these books; the
-ccond is Stuart Jay Friedman's "Stern." The
third is Norman Fruchter's "Coat Upon a Stick."
Miss Greenberg's work is a historical novel
which vividly recreates a black period in Brit-
ish history when the Jews of York were perse-
cuted and massacred by religious fanatics in
England. The historical event on which she bases
her novel (the Jews killed themselves rather than
submit to their Christian persecutors i also opens
Andre Schwarz-Bart's "The Last of the Just."
Miss Ureenbcrg's book has not won her the
readership she deserves, but it remains a novel
dealing with a controversial period in history and
which will be read far beyond the year of its
publication.
Mr. Friedman's "Stern," which received warm
critical notices, manages to introduce sardonic
humor into an essentially serious theme. Stern is
a nervous, neurotic Jew who moves with his fam-
ily into the suburbs and is uneasy about his neigh-
bors who. obviously, are not Jewish. When a
neighbor insults his wife, Stern suffers a ner-
vous breakdown because of the Jew-baiting of
his wife. The rest of Mr. Friedman's story de-
scribes how Stern returns to "normalcy." In the
course of his tale, this new novelist touches upon
a Jewish identity, the relationship between Jews
and Chrisrians and the relationship of a man to
himself.
Grimness of Life
Norman Fruchter's "Coat Upon a Stick", has
aroused a great deal of discussion, primarily be-
cause it describes a day in the life of an unpleas-
ant old Jew who rages against his own physical
decline and the coming of death. Mr. Fruchtcr
emphasizes the grimness of life, the emptiness of
religion to many Jews and he has thereby in-
curred the criticism of many readers. Nevertheless
his book b powerful and it marks the arrival of
.\ Jewish writer of considerable power.
There remain two more books I should like
to highlight in concluding this necessarily brief
survey. Both have won enormous attention. Lit-
erally they have broken through the book re-
view page; and have made front page news across
the country and, indeed, all over the world.
One of them is more infamous and notorious
than famous. It is, of course, Hannah Arendt's
"Eichmann in Jerusalem." This volume, which
originally won worldwide attention when it ap-
peared as a five-part serial in "The New Yorker"
magazine, has been violently attacked by Israeli
leaders and by important spokesmen in this
country and abroad. I should not like to give it
too much space because I think it already has
received too much attention. Briefly, Dr. Arendt
is harsher in her judgments of the European Jews
trapped by Hitler than she is of Eichmann and
other Nazi murderers. Dr. Arendt for a long time
has held an animus against Zionists in Israel,
and in her description of the Eichmann trial and
the events that led up to his judgment, she dem-
onstrates anew her Jewish self-hatred and her
animosity toward Israel and the Jewish people.
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Section D
EZRA READING THE LAW
tt was on the first day of Rosh Hashanah in the year 444
B.C.E. that the completed Torah was first publicly read in
Jerusalem. "And Ezra the scribe stood upon a pulpit of
wood,. .and opened the book in the sight of all the people:'
Nem. 8:4 and 5.
hiestion J^jox for rCosh l3>
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is there no additional poetry inserted in the
evening service of Rosh Hashona as there
are in the evening services of other holidays
r in the morning services of Rosh Hashona?
The fact of the matter is that the community of
Worms was known (according to the Maharil's de-
scription, to have had poetic insertions in the
evening service of Rosh Hashona. The reason for
which our liturgy does not have any is usually
explained by virtue of the fact that it was cus-
lotnary to lust on the day before Rosh Hashona
and therefore the rabbis did not want the even-
in- service to have any additional poetry so that
foe fasting would not be necessarily prolonged.
Strangely enough, it is claimed that the com-
munity of worms did have these poetic inser-
'ions in order to prolong the fast and to make
** "''l "he fact did not end sooner than it
-htiulrt
Some claim that the absence of the poetry is
10 teach man that he can approach the Almighty
Mth the -implest of prayers just as well as he
jan with flowery poetic devotions. Others claim
* absence of poetry during the evening service
I "" to a desire to mislead the prosecuting
MjM into thinking that it is an ordinary even-
2 so that he would not give thought to pre-
,"e his e*M before the tribunal of the Almighty
e "ex! day accusing us of our
sins.
P"hY is
" customary to sound ami listen to ono
^ndred blasts from the Shofar each day of
Rsh Hashona?
^ etc one hundred blasts are said to represent
one "undred groans emitted by the mother
of Sisera (Judges 5:8). when she realized that her
SOB was not to return to her alive. It thus re-
flects the feeling of helplessness and frustration
which eventually brings about complete surrend-
er and reliance upon the Almighty. The Midrash
tells us another interesting reason (Tanchuma.
Emor II) when it relates that the one hundred
yroans are those of a mother in childbirth. The
first ninety-nine cries are those of pain, while
the last one (the hundredth one) is the final
cry of relief as a new life finally springs forth
from the mother's womb. Thus the first ninety-
nine shofar notes represent our despair and
anxiety over our guilt while the hundredth note
indicates our relief that the New Year is finally
here and iorgiveness is at hand. The last note
is usually a long, drawn out notecalled "Tekiah
Gedolah" tthe great blast).
e
What is the origin of the "Avino Malkeno" pray-
er that is chanted on Rosh Hashona?
This same prayer is also changed on every
fast day and also during the ten days of Peni-
tence which begin with Rosh Hashona and end
with Yom Kippur. The Talmud (Taanith 25b)
relates that once during a period of drought,
Rabbi Eliezer went before the congregation and
uttered many prayers and they seemed to have
been of no avail. Rabbi Akiba then came forth
and chanted the opening and closing verses of
Avinu Malkenu" and his prayers were answer-
ed. "Avion Malkenu" thus seems to be the for-
mula of prayer in times of distress.
The first verse of our "Avinu Malkenu" pray-
er contains the inference that Rabbi Akiba com
posed (at least the first verse of) it because its
numerical value (adding up the numerical value
of the consonants that make it up) equals the
numerical value of the Hebrew expression which
says: "Akiba ben Joseph formulated this." The
well known book "Pardes," usually ascribed to the
authorship of Rashi, explains that when the
sages observed that Rabbi Akiba's verse helped
in time of distress, they appended more addi-
tional supplications and designated it as a pray-
er of repentance for all future generations. What
is basic about this year is that it beseeches the
Almighty both in the form of a 'father" and of
a "king."
* a
Why is this prayer omitted or. the Sabbath if the
Sabbath falls on Rosh Hashona?
i
Actually, the way the rabbis formulated and
arranged the intermediate verses, it follows the
pattern of the daily prayer benedictions (Shmonah
Esreh'. These benedictions are petitions and
petitions are not to be addressed to the Almighty
on the Sabbath because one is supposed to feel
himself at peace and well satisfied with his lot
on the holy Sabbath. The "Avinu Malkenu" is
actually placed after the prayer benedictions
i Shmonah Esreh) because it is patterned as a
model of these benedictions.
Since the full complement of prayer benedic-
tions (Shmonah Esreh) is not recited on the Sab-
bath because petitions are not allowed on the
Sabbathlikewise is the Avinu Malkenu," which
is patterned after these benedictions, omitted on
the Sabbath. There are some prayer books that
even delete a few of the penitential verses from
the "Avinu Malkenu" on the days of Rosh Hash-
ona because of this same reasonleaving these
verses to be recited only on fast days, and dur-
ing the intermediate days of Penitence between
Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur, and on Yom
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Two themes from Jewish tradition religion
and law as well as scenes from recent
Jewish history, are the elements of this
mosaic mural dedicated at the Tucson (Ariz.)
Jewish Community Center in honor of the
heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. The
inspiration of Jewish tradition is the basis ol
many of the programs of Jewish Community
Centers and YM-YWHAs affiliated with and
served by the National Jewish Welfare
Board, which begins a new program season
with the new Jewish Year 5724.
U.S. Jewry's Major Social Work Crisis
By ARNUF M. PINS
Director, JWB Personnel and Training Services
IE WISH social service in the United States to-
* day is "big business"extensive, complicat-
ed) costly and extremely important. It also has
a big problema critical shortage of professional
personnel.
In 1962, there were over 2.200 frll-timo pro-
fessional workers employed in the lour major
fields of Jewish social service. This is a substan-
tial number when one considers that full-time
paid workers probably were not employed until
the 1880s, and even by 1906 their number was
less than 100. However, the current "supply"' of
professional workers is still inadequate to till
existing jobs.
Of the approximately 2.200 full-time profession-
al workers employed in the fields of Jewish social
service, Jewish federations and welfare funds
employed 195 full-time workers in 1962 and had
over 30 unfilled positions. The personnel and
training service of the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB) reports that even though Jewish
Community Centers and YM-YWHAs in 1962 em-
ployed close to 1.300 workers, there were 200 vac-
ancies for winch no qualified staff was availit
The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds estimates that the 640 workers in child and
family-welfare agencies and the 100 pmt'
in agencies for the aged need to be supplemented
in 1962 by 75 and 10 more workers, le.-pedivelj,
to meet em rent requirements. All fields ill re
quire more professional workers in the decade
ahead. In 1960 JWB's personnel and training ser-
vices estimated that the Jewish Community Cen-
ters would require 1,000 additional workers bj
1970
New Workers Needed
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in American social work generally. The futu
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depend on developments in education and recruit-l
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Despite an almost 50 per cent increiM
social-welfare personnel in America betweenj
1950 and l'jfio. the Council on Social Work I
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new social workers are needed annually '.9 fill
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gxistlDf \jcancies, to staff new positions, and to
replace those leaving the field. Since 60 per cent
ol il ,iii;i'-weltarc personnel are women, many
leave each year for marriage and motherhood.
8S per cent of personnel currently em-
iiial work positOfU lack the minimum
,,, years of graduate social work education,
thou pi : "' U>* i**8 tnpy till require prtHiv
ining. The Council on Social Work K.ln
estimates that another 50 per cent increase
j pn Sessional stalf will be required in the next
,1,,. |o meet the needs of a rapidly growing
pl : i,. This estimate does not take into ac-
ditiona necessary for developing new nr-
vice; oj intensifying existing ones.
ipm-tion of professionally educated per
MDi.! Jewish social service is higher than in
the ;< as a whole, approximately 80 per cont
ol Jewiwi social service personnel having com
pletecl Pr professional social work education
., ve). The personnel department of
e timatei that the proportion of ptofes
lueated social workers in each of the
Ids i< as follows: child and family
percent; care for the aged, 50 per cent;
ii ily planning, 75 per cent. A study ol
i I of Jewish Community Center per-
.- that 72 per cent of all executives.
i 5, and group work staff had social
The proportion of group workers
i. ol social work education was huh
tant directors and program directors,
87 "i whom had this professional tram
Mir. there still is a serious shortage of
educated personnel in all fields oi
Jewisl icial service.
was never a time in the history ol
. m hen the supply of professional work-
ers > ill the need, but it was not until the
Ian decade that the shortage became a matter
of ens;.- 'o the social agencies and the profession.
Il was the growing need for social workers, even
more 'Ji;.n the small number of social work grad-
uates which aggravated the personnel shortage
m the entire social welfare field.
Greater Prestige
nae 1954. there has been a 72 per cent in-
crtasc in enrollment in schools of social work.
In 1962, 2.318 students were graduated after com-
plennj; the two-year program, more then ever
before But even that figure was far short of the
110.000 needed annually, made no significant im-
pact on the proportion of qualified people in the
field, and did not begin to solve the problem of
the decade ahead. Fourteen per cent of the
sotiil work students in recent years have been
JeV;v|i
I work and other "helping professions"
are handicapped in the competition with other
occupational fields for students, particularly those
of r.,fct, calibre and potential.- Industry, business,
and the older professions are better known and
srtm t0 bestow greater status and prestige.
"Jewish mridfon
Page 3-D
"In these days we depend on God and we
depend on our soldiers." These words of
President Kennedy might well have been
spoken as a theme for the Jewish New Year
5724. This Jewish chaplain sounds the
Shofar to usher in the New Year, and he
symbolizes the dependence of our fighting
men on their traditional faith.
In 1952 the Council on Social Work Education
was organized to represent schools of social work,
undergraduate social welfare departments of col-
leges, national social welfare agencies, the pro-
fessional associations, and interested citizens. At
the outset, it voted to give "top priority, in its
program, to recruitment for the profession,"
establishing a special committee for this pur-
pose. JWB and CJFWF have been part of this
committee since its inception.
In 1955 the various professional social work
organizations merged to form the National Asso-
ciation of Social Workers. The new association
established a commission on recruitment to stim-
ulate recruitment efforts by its members and
chapters. In 1957 a National Citizens Committee
on Careers in Social Work was organized to gain
the participation and financial support of the
community at large, with Sidney Hollander, a
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Friday. September 20. 1963
What is a Jewish Book?' Asks Noted Thinker
By PROF. SOL LIPTZIN
LJONEST, talented interpretation of Jewish life
is one of the prerequisites for that cultural
.ejuvenation which we yearn for. This interpre-
a:ion may take the form of a scholarly investi
.lation undertaken by a sociologist, economist, or
>->chologist. But it may also take the form of
. literary work which displays insight into Jew-
sh life. A scholarly work communicates facts
and appeals to reason. A literary work communi-
cates impressions and perceptions and appeals also
"o the emotions and the imagination. It gen-
-rally leaves a deeper impact and reaches wider
uoiences.
Th questions have often been asked: What is
* Jewish book? Is any book dealing with a Jew-
-: topic or centering about a Jewish character
i 'ewisfa book'' Can a Jewish book be written by
..n-Jew" Indeed, ask some of my cynical Amer-
.Ci" friends, should we not look for deeper in-
- ; it into the Jewish soul in non-Jews than in
H."t'" !*1
PROF. SOL LIPTZIN
Jews, in Hcrscy who gave us the best book on
Jewish Warsaw and Michener who is expected
to give us the next best-seller on Israel, than in
Leon Uris who gave us Mila 18 on Jewish War-
saw or Ben Hecht who gave us Perfidy on Is-
rarl" **
'
.......Honest lntw*tion
To answer these questions would require many
sessions aid the Commission on Jewish Affair,-,
which is the ideological arm of the American
Jewish Congress, is prepared to wrestle with them
as it continues the exploration of Jewish values.
A preliminary survey of possible answers was at-
tempted a few years ago by the Jewish Book
Council of America and the complexity of these
seemingly simple questions was then laid bare
in articles by Alfred Kazin, Michael Blankfort.
Charles Ansolf, Harold I. Ribalow, and others.
A Jewish book, in my view, is a book which
interprets Jewish reality honestly and which is
written by a person who identifies himself with
that reality Honest interpretation means not
idealization, not flattery, but rather the holding
up of a mirror to the Jewish community, savin-
to it: this is how you are with all your grimaces.
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Pace 5-D
your ugliness, your decadence, no less than with
your glamorous exploits, your titanic energy,
your yea-saying to life despite its tragic essence,
and your messianic striving in the midst of a
world gone awry. Identification means not hold-
ing oneself icily aloof from Jewish group inter-
ests, not keeping an escape hatch open to all alien
reality, not being mired in self-hatred, not being
callous toward fellow-Jews in other lands.
Identification includes love and reverence for
the community of fate which has been reviled for
centuries but which still keeps' its head aloft as
it proceeds on its march through history, on to
a self-willed future. Love and reverence neces-
sitate eschewing that of superiority flaunted by
far too many of our talented Jewish intellectuals
who write best-sellers for American audiences.
I miss this love of one's people in such best
selling novels as Jerome Weidmann's "I Can Get
it for You Wholesale," Herman Wouk's "Marjorie
Morningstar," Philip Roth's "Goodbye Colum-
bus," Budd Schulberg's "What Makes Sammy
Run," Ben Hecht's "A Jew in Love." I find this
love" of one's people, despite harsh criticism of
this people's waywardness, in Abraham Cahan's
Rise of David Levinsky," in Ludwig Lewishohn's
chastising essays, in Meyer Levin's "In Search,"
in Leo Rosten's "Education of Hyman Kaplan,"
in the novels of Robert Nathan, Charles Angoff,
Irving Fincman, Maurice Samuel, and in the
lyrics of Louis Untermayer and of the American
poets whose linguistic medium is Yiddish such
as Jacob Glatstein and Ephraim Auerbach.
Contrast to Extremism
A New World educator who preaches integral
Jewishness set up the thesis that Jewish litera-
ture, unless written in a Jewish language, Hebrew
or Yiddish, is writ on water. He would thns deny
to American writers, whose primary tongue is
English, the possibility of creating Jewish books.
This view has found considerable sympathy in
Israel. Some Israelis, in their extreme intoxica-
tion with their newly won freedom and their re-
vitalized tongue, go even further. They insist
that only in Hebrew, the language which they and
they alone speak, can books be created which may
be labelled Jewish.
In contrast to these extremists, most of us
hold that language is a means to an end and not
an end in itself, and that in whatever linguistic
medium a Jew writeswhether in the sacred He-
brew of the Bible or the secular Ivrith of contem-
porary Israel, whether in the intimate Yiddish
of Sholom Aleichem and Leivick, in the magnif:
cent German of Herzl, Bubcr, Brod, and Beer
Hoffman, or in the English of our panelists, hi-
eloquence is Jewish eloquence, his wit is Jewis.
wit, his sensitiveness to his environment is Jew
ish sensitiveness, and his reactions to etenu
problems are Jewish reactionsprovided that sue!
a person loves and reveres his Jewish fate an>
identifies himself with it. A distinguished Amei
ican organization such as the Jewish Book Com
cil, is, therefore, active on a trilingual front.
It its publications, such as the Jewish Boo.
Annual and in its exhibits throughout Jewish Booi
Month, it recognizes English, Hebrew and Yit
dish as the three Jewish languages of the Amer
can Jewish Community. The Commission on Jew
ish Affairs of the American Jewish Congress ha-
during the past year published in English in
proceedings of its Conferences on Jewish Values
in Yiddish its text and its album of records, "Ir-
Iroduction to Yiddish," and prepared the text-
and records that will bring the Hebrew word t
the American Jewish home.
Identification with Jewish reality means ider
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Friday. September 20, 1963
The Jewish National Fund Creates a Unique Watchtower at Yodfat
By A. SCHREIBER
ANY vi.iior coming to ihe Yodfat Watchtower
^ will se tilled iields by the side of the road,
an enchsrting view and finally a smallish court-
yard sum unded by a few asbestos-houses and
one stone buildingthe watchtower lti-elf.
In order to know exactly what confronts us,
we have In go back a few years. It all started
in Haifa when a number ot -indents of the Beth
Sefer Reali came to reject their way of life that
-cemed so meaningless and without any real con-
tent and began searching for a better one. Dr.
Scheehter, their teacher, helped them. Together
ihey read books and studied ail they could on
diverse experiments that hail been carried out the
world ov?r. They read about the different com-
munal systems that had sprung up; about Exis-
tentialism; about exotic Icdian sects.
They read publications with which they could
identify themselves completely as well as others
that appealed to them only in part They were
undecicied snd knew not what road to follow. All
they knew is that they rejected, but what their
goal should be and how to achieve itthey could
not completely establish. Some more friends were
attracted and joined the group. Together they
enlisted in the Israel Armyin the ranks of the
Nahal Units. They wandered from settlement to
settlement, iearning and preparing themselves for
the future, but taking a small part in the local
affairs of each new place. They couldn't obtain
a colony of their own. The reason given was
that suitable sites were few and the Government
office in charge was not prepared to invest in
an enterprise which seemed to them, at best, to
have a dubious result. All the same the group
contracted with the Jewish National Fund an:l
the Federation of Kvutzot and Kibbutzim.
Settling at the Site
In the course of the period during which the
members had no 6ther' obligation than to fultill
the labor quota of eight hours daily, the group had
sufficient time to weigh and evaluate all that
they had read and heard. Emphasis was placed
"ii the spiritual aspects and their crystallization.
Finally, after many propo-als and counterpropos-
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als the Jewish National Fund agreed to give us
tthe opportunity of settling at the Yodfat Watch-
tower site which was to be erected shortly. Un-
til that time ft had to live for close to two years
at Segav, an immigrants' village in the vicinity
and participated in the building of the watch-
tower.
We made ourselves available for afforestation
and Boil-reclamation work, and when the dwell-
ings at the watchtower were completed, trans-
it rrcd there. A farm of sorts came slowly into
being: beehives for money production, cereals.
seed cultures, etc. The members, who had suffic-
ient practical preparation and had read a great
deal on agriculture, decided to establish an or-
nu agricultural system. Around the watch-
tower we set up a small farm to supply us with
our immediate needs: a vegetable garden, chicken
, ips, a small stable. On the reclaimed land we
began experimenting with planting fruit trees.
We established a good relationship with our Arab
neighbor;, lrom whom we have learned quite a
lot about (he possibilities of the area and their
exploitation.
Family life came with the completion of the
permanent dwellings. To date four children have
hi en born heretwo boys and two girls. Today
almost everyone has his own special field, gen-
erally in line with his work to which he is com-
pletely dedicated. Due to the limited number
of the present population, each one considers
himself important and shows greater responsibil-
ity toward any odd job that has to be done.
Problems Still Remain
Even though much has already been accom-
plished, we still feel as if we were just beginning
Problems are far from scarce: the approaches to
Yodfat are rather difficult; water has to be
brought from a distance and is often inadequate
for irrigation; all the forest trees in the region
have to be rehabilitated (the Arab goat herds hav-
ing almo.n entirely destroyed most of the vegeta-
tion). All in all, mar.y problems still remain to
be solved in order to meet our task which we
have clearly laid out before us.
We have extensiveand welcomeaid from
the Jewish National Fund and the Jewish Agency
we trust that we shall be able to build our
homes on this hill. Just as we hoped and planned
throughout the long and arduous road that brought
us here, so do we feel confident that we shall be
able to live here in complete fulfillment of all
our dreams and aspirations.
Three nations are represented for High Holy
Days observance at the Jewish National
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Instruction on the meaning of the Jewish
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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THAT amateur force of medical research best
described as taking the pulse of the Ameri-
can Jewish body politic proved as irresistible to
a variety of practitioners during the past Jcw:
ish year as in any previous oneand hardly more
productive.
Those whose assignment it is to record the
infinite variety of American Jewish punditry
could choose either the dark side or the light,
the viewers with cheerful optimism or those ex-
pressing stark despair. In the abundance of
American life during the Jewish year 5723, there
was no shortage of such pulse-checking and pub-
lic reports thereon.
There are those with a temperamental affin-
ity perhaps for seeing only the hole in the Amer-
ican Jewish doughnut. The examples which could
be considered as sustaining their pessimismas
well as the opposing stancesare offered here not
as startling or unique, for many more could be
listed.
The pessimists, for instance, could point to
the comments of a Denver social work expert.
Dr. Alfred Neumann, the executive director of that
city's Jewish Family and Children's Service.
Looking about him, he expressed the view that
the Jewish family in the United States was tak-
ing on many undesirable characteristics of the
general environment.
Doleful Views
He listed specifically an increase in the num-
ber of mixed marriages, high divorce rates, more
family breakdowns, more juvenile delinquency
and more drinking among American Jews. One
might wonder, to bring up at least one doubt,
where Dr. Neumann obtained his data on the
rate or volume of mixed marriages throughout
the Jewish community and the basis on which
they were compared with equally hard-to-get re-
liable dais on that situation in previous years
and which years.
Or consider the doleful views of Max Baer.
the director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion, who told an Ottawa conference that "we"
a handy if diffuse targethad failed to imbue
American Jewish youth with the kind of zeal for
Jewish life that becomes a decisive factor in
choosing a Jewish career. As a consequence, he
said, Jewish communal services were "scraping
the manpower barrel" for qualified personnel.
A severe indictment but perhaps one that
might be put "into some kind of perspective by
noting that this situation is equally true in the
general social work field, and that it all may
have something to do with the fact that the tre-
mendous growth in the welfare state aspect of
American society has erupted at a rate which the
always lagging professional schools are still un-
able to meet.
B'nai B'rith Women leaders Mrs. Isadore
Binstock (left), of Pittsburgh, Pa., national
Anti-Defamation League chairman, and
Miriam Albert, executive director, confer
with Alex Miller, community affairs direc-
tor of the ADL, on implementing President
Kennedy's civil rights program.
Another dark prospect was sketched by Rab-
bi .Morris Adler of Detroit, who told a B'nai B'rith
national commission for adult Jewish education
that American Jewry "cannot rely" on the con
viction th;it "it> Jewish survival seems assured."
The "real challenge'" before the present genera
tion, he adde. is "whether we can survive mean-
ingfully." But who has laid down any ground-
rules by which so vast and disparate a commun-
ity of determinedly-individualistic American Jews
is to be clearly defined as behaving in a way to
assure they will "survive meaningfully''"
Viable Life
A typical example of the other side of the
spectrum was that offered by another Jewish
Family and Children's Service executive director,
this one Harold Silver of Detroit, who looked upon
the American Jewish scene and found it pleas-
ing. He offered his findings at the 64th annual
meeting of the National Conference of Jewish
Communal Service. American Jews tday, he said,
are much more secure about their position as
Jews in American life than were previous genera-
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'What is a Jewish Book?' Asks Author
Continued from Page 5-D
tification with the Jewish people, a world people.
It means suffering with the Russian marrano now
agonizing to retain his Jewishness; it means par-
taking in the inner struggles of the South African
Litvak now exposed to explosive forces; it means
willing against the radiant American environment
when it dissolves hundreds of thousands of Jews
in its melting pot, estrangirg them from their
unique cultural heritage. It does not mean iden-
tification with the State of Israel but it does pre-
clude indifference to Israel's spiritual problems.
Golden Chain
It is becoming increasingly apparent that the
next two decades will be decisive for Israel's soul
and thinking Jews the world over have a right
to participate in the coming debates and dis-
cussions. Assuming the continuation of peace, Is-
rael's growth in wealth and prosperity is unlikely
to be arrested. The talents of a people which
brought material enrichment to so many lands
throughout so many centuries will not suddenly
atrophy in its own land under the beneficient sun
of freedom. However, it is the soul of this land
which will be subjected to severe trials in pros-
perous years ahead. The Golden Chain of Jew-
ish tradition, which at the opening of our cen-
tury was enriched by Galuth secular writers such
as Herzl and Bialik and Peretz no less than by
the religious interpreters of rabbinical law, will
be subjected to tense strain as the present mid-
century generation of writers, who were still
largely cradelcd in Galuth experiences, yields to
a new generation that is growing up with less
vivid memories of the pre-1948 Jewish past.
Jewish Wisdom
The recent dialogue in Israel served a useful
purpose by directing attention of Israelis to the
danger of parochialism and spiritual estrange-
ment from Diaspora Jewry, by counteracting snob-
bish apathy to Israeli currents of thought among
American Jewish intellectuals, by reamphasizing
our common destiny. No Jewish writer anywhere
can retreat into an ivory tower or claim immun-
ity to Jewish fate as a practitioner of art for
art's sakf In the eyes of Jews and non-Jews he
is the symbol of Jewishness and what he writes
about Jews fixes the image of the Jew for his
readers of all creeds. If the talent to convert
Jewish reality into art has been granted him, he
bears the burden and the blessing of that talent.
He is responsible not alone to his conscience but
also to his people, who have a right to demand
of him, the son of an ancient tradition, not to
defile that tradition but rather to hand it on en-
riched by the beauty he perceives and the wisdom
he accumulates in his creative decades on earth.
A generation ago. we spoke of five million
Eliahu Elath (left), president of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, receives a $50,000
check presented by the Women's League
for Israel, which is raising $500,000 for the
Student Center now under construction on
the Hebrew University campus. Mrs. Jack
Starr, president, made the presentation with
Philip Whitman (right), president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew University
during the outgoing year in New York City.
American Jews. Today, with accurate statistics
still unavailable, we continue to speak of five mil-
lion. If we kept pace with the growth of the
general population, we should have millions more.
Where are the missing Jews? Did they emigrate
to Israel? Did they perish al kiddush Hashem
as did their European kinsmen? No! They exist,
they prosper, they have entered into the blood-
stream of Christian and non-denominational Amer-
ica. Conformist forces have assimilated them
into the majority group and alienated them from
the distinguishing heritage for-which their fathers
bled throughout millennia.
And who provided the ideological underpin-
ning which eased the conscience of these escapees
from Jewish fate? Our Jewish intellectuals who
hav continued to preach that it is our mission to
rise above Jewishness into the limbo of universal-
ism, to give up our group individuality for the
sake of humanity?
To sum up. Jewish books may be defined as
books which embody Jewish wisdom of the past,
Jewish insight of the present, and Jewish mes-
sianism directed towards the future, books which
communicate values, visions, attitudes and aspira-
tions of the Jewish religious, cultural and his-
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On Taking the American Jewish Pulse
Contir-jed from Page 8-CT
(ions. He did not, jugging from the press re-
ports, say whether he thought they wore more
Jewish li! this is a morass into which the most'
light-footed can easily become enmircd.
Dr. Maurice Eiscndrath, who gets about a
good deal as president of the Urion of American
Hebrew Congregations, said flatly that "Ameri-
can Jewish life has never been more visible, more
viable and more vibrant than it is today." still.
in addition to being long on adjectives and short
on supporting data, the Reform leader was re-
plying to cne of Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion's regular swipes at the durability of Jewish
life outside of Israel. A certain amount of non-
objectivity must properly be listed for both sides
of that exchange.
Then there was the joint statement issued by
members of the national executive committee of
the B'nai B rith Youth Organization and 20 leaders
of the Washington, D.C., Jewish community at
the close Of a three-day conference. Their con-
clusion? "Not only is the current status of the
American Jewish community much healthier than
the disciples of doom would paint it, but the fu-
ture prospects are brighter because of the many
evidences <>i growing commitment to Judaism by
the younger generation." The statement cited
some specifics which might be challenged by dis-
inters: rising membership in Jewish organiza-
tions and a "continuing search" by Jewish youth
"for new answers to old questions."
Similar comments, views and judgments could
he added liberally for both sidessince they were
amply availablewithout necessarily lipping the
scales For the essential question, which some-
one might have pondered without getting into the
public prints, remains neither resolved nor even
seriously approached.
TV put it bluntly, there is no concensus as
to what minimum conditions would constitute the
basis for a viable healthy Jewish community in
the extraordinary and unique circumstances of
American freedom. No Jewryit may safely be
said without fear of documented challengehas
ever had as little interference governmental,
ocietal or otherabout being as observant or as
urobservant of whatever is that complex of at-
titudes, loyalties and practices which distinguish
the Jewish American from the American not so
labelled.
Fundamental Questions
Until there is a factually-grounded concensus
on what conditions make for survival in a recog-
nizable form of a Jewish entity in the unparalleled
tr,'edom of American life in the twentieth cen-
tury, who is to say whether the pundits arc neces-
sarily talking about the same thing? No com-
parisons with Jewish life in the closed societies
of pre Hitler eastern Europe can be said to have
Happy to be safe are these Jewish war
orphans shown on their arrival in Canada
from Europe in 1947. More than 1.100 of
these young victims of Nazi persecution
were brought to Canada by the War Or-
phans' Project of the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress. The story of their later experiences
has been described in moving detail in
"The Redeemed Children." by Ben Lappin,
recently published by the University of
Toronto Press.
any validity for the American experience, yet
arc not most of the viewers consciously or not
using that yardstick?
For those interested in the bedrock approach,
there are some fundamental questions which have
not yet been recognized, let alone examined.
Measured in terms of how American Jews behave
as Jews in this free society, what is a healthy
community'' What are the factual bases for de-
ciding it is not healthy? What is the minimal ad-
herence to which Jewish behavior patterns which,
in totality, can be at least a tentative yardstick
for measuring this Jewish community? Perhaps
when trustworthy answers are available to these
questions, it will be possible to make at least
tentative measurements of the Jewishness of
American Jews and to get at least a glimpse of
the changes impinging on American Jews in a
society of blindingly, unpredictably swift social
change and flux.
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The Year 5723 at the United Nations
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JTA Correspondent at tha> Unired Nation* p
United Nations
READERS dependent entirely on the news re-
ports in the general press or radio-TV may
have missed much of the real excitement revolv-
ing about issues of (a) Israeli interest and (b)
general Jewish matters, which were evident at
the United Nations during the year 5723. But
there were, indeed, plenty, of fireworks in both
the categories just indicated.
Arabs and Israel: At the very beginning of
the 17th regular session of the General Assem-
bly, the opening of which corresponds roughly
with the beginning of the Jewish New Year, a
salvo was fired against Israel. Strangely enough,
that barrage did not come from the Arab side-
it came from the UN itself. The attack emanat-
ed from Commissioner-General John H. Davis, the
man in charge of all the Arab refugee activities
as head of the United Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees.
Dr. Davis, who resigned in August, is an
American who filed a report annually on the op-
erations of his agency, a UN arm which employs
more personnel than any other United Nations
unit (and, it must be observed, more than 90
per cent of the personnel is Arabic, claiming
refugee status). Dr. Davis' job had two facets:
relief, which means food, shelter, etc.; and works
which should mean an effort to do something
toward making the Arab refugees self-sustaining,
thus taking them off the international relief rolls
for which the U.S.A. has thus far expended more
than $300,000,000, several limes more than all
other UN members combined had ever spent for
this purpose. Dr. Davis performed in public,
through his main report and through a number of
supplementary documents, a very neat trick.
Singlehanded, without the Assembly's permission,
he threw out of the window the second part of
his mandate, that part dealing with works.
Accepted Arab Thetis
Dr. Davis decided, and said so openly and
repeatedly, that it was not feasible to provide
work for the refugees, except for vocational
schooling and other mild efforts. The reason?
Work for the refugees would mean their trans-
plantation from the refugee camps into the Arab
lands. The Arab rulers don't want the refugees;
they want these people to go back to Israel, en
masse. So Dr. Davis bluntly accepted the Arab
thesis, deciding that he was operating only a
relief agency.
Israel, of course, did not take the Davis thesis
lying down. Israel, in turn, accused Dr. Davis
openly of attempting unilaterally to rewrite his
Assembly mandate. The Arab representatives,
who had come prepared to tear Israel apart on
the refugee issue, bowled with joy. Their speeches
in the Assembly committee dealing with the is-
sue were if anything, more violent than ever be-
fore. Loudest and most vicious were the Egyptians
and that gift to verbosity. Ahmed Shukairy, chief
representatitve of Saudi Arabia. In the commit-
tee debating the refugee issue, and in another
committee discussing human rights, the Arabs
actually had the gall to spout anti-Semitic senti-
ments of an outright Nazi character. Shukairy,
in fact, went so far as to praise the anti-Semitic
Tacuara movement in Argentina, inviting the UN
to form such a group.
The issue raged for weeks, with Israel's For-
eign Minister Golda Heir, and the country's dele-
gation chairman, Michael S. Comay, fighting back
Mr. Comay broke the brunt of the day-to-day tus-
sles, and performed his job brilliantly.
At the end, a mild resolution, proposed by
the United States, was passed. The resolution X
extended UNRWA's mandate for two years, to
June 30, 1965. Thus, the refugee problem was
frozen, for the time being. But, in the process,
several matters were dropped.
Johnson Plan
The Arabs had insisted, again, that the UN
appoint a custodian over their alleged property
in Israel. The Arabs were persuaded, much to
their disappointment, to withdraw an amendment
calling for such a custodian. In return, Israel's
friends withdrew a move they had initiated for
the second successive year, calling upon the Arab
states and Israel to get together for direct peace
talks.
Then there was the so-called "Johnson Plan."
Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, an upstanding American,
president of the Carnegie Endowment for Inter-
national Peace, had been trying for two years,
as a special emissary for the Palestine Concilia-
tion Commission, to work out some arrangements
for settling the Arab refugee problem. After sev-
eral visits to the Middle Eastto Israel as well
as the Arab countriesand many talks and con-
ferences, he finally came Dp with an idea.
He thought that, if the UN were to set up ^
special groups to question the refugees as to '
whether they want to return to Israel or accept
compensation from Israel and settle in some Arab
country (or any country)the issue would be re-
solved. He made one mistakeno one wanted his
plan. The PCC itself did not accept it. Both the
Arabs and Israel rejected the idea. Dr. Johnson
never even got to present his plan formally It
was allowed simply to die.
Finally, another drop not nearly as significant
politically, but with its own interest. That con-
cerns the redoubtable Mr. Shukairy. He had gone
much too far during the sessionkicking off the
Nazi battlecrles and. in general, behaving so
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atrociously that even some of the Arabs were
embarrassed. All of a sudden, as soon as the
I .S. sponsored resolution was passed and the Arab
refugee issue was closed ir the lime beingj-
Shukairy dLsappa*ed. He had BeefcA-ecallerVr^e
hasn't been seen at the UN since. Latest word is
that he is'trying to peddle'his'talents to another
Arab land (he had already, previous to his Saudi
Arabian job, worked for the Jordanians and the
Syrians'. Any takers?
Another very important issue that touched on
Israeli interests concerned the financing of the
UN's peace-keeping machinery. That apparatus
consists of two branches. First (in size and cost,
though not chronologicaly) is the UN Force in the
Congo. The other, born in 1956, after Israel's suc-
cessful foray into the Sinai Desert, is the United
Nations Emergency Force which stands on guard
on the border of the Gaza Strip and at Sharm
el Sheikh, facing Israel's now free shipping lane
through the Gulf of Aqaba. The Congo opera-
tion is costing this year along about $5,500,000
., month. UNEF costs about $20,000,000 a year.
The Soviet Union and its satellites -have re-
fused to pay either for the Congo or for UNEF.
Other countries have refused to pay for the Con-
l iante is among these). The Arabs are in
many millions of dollars on both accounts.
The International Court of Justice had ruled
that all UN members must pay their shares of the
..! peacekeeping'' costs. The General As-
couldn't get together on the issue. Fin
thi Assembly held a special session last
summer, from May 14 to June 27. The Russians,
the Arabs and others fought hard against the
de< ision Israel sat tight and silent most
ie time. Its interests were affected because.
il I'NEF were to be denied further funds, strife
ii- might result on the Egyptian bor-
hili its Gulf of Aqaba shipping lane might
bi i ndang red again.
Human Rights
This issue, too, ended well. The special As-
adopted a resolution reasserting the prin
thai the financing of the peace-keeping op-
ns is the collective responsibility of all
ber states of the United Nations." Special
priations were made for the Congo and for
I XEF
It was only then that Israel spoke up. Mr
("may pointing out that Israel had voted in favor
reasserted principles and for the new bud-
. paid all its assessments, had bought United
V ns binds, and would continue to fulfill its
.. ations
In the general Jewish field, the most im-
nl d.velopment of 5723 concerned the Rus
nan Jew.- Early during the Assembly, a non-
anizationthe International Confeder-
Mogen Dovid Adorn, Israel's national Red
Cross Service, immediately air freighted
emergency supplies to Skopje when news
of the tragic earthguake was broadcast by
Belgrade radio during outgoing Hebrew
Year 5723. The supplies included equip-
ment gifted by MDA to American Red
Mogen Dovid, the support and supply wing
of the Israel Red Cross Service. Picture
shows shipment being readied for dispatch
to Yugoslavia.
ation of Free Trade Unionsfiled a document
which scathingly attacked the USSR on the Jew-
ish issue The ICFTU pulled no punches, charged
that the USSR Government itself is responsible
for anti-Semitism. Several delegates took up the
charges, much to the USSR's chagrin. Then the
floodgates opened, in January, before the Sub-
commission on the Prevention of Discrimination
and Protection of Minorities. That small group.
a subsidiary of the UN Commission on Human
Rights, ha- very limited power. All it can do is
make studies and recommend resolutions.
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New Year Greetings
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Potted Plants Funeral Wreaths
Flower Shop and Nursery
CORSAGES Wc Deliver
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Wl 7-5980
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CARPENTERS
Wetding Shop
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SERVICE
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South Miami
5863 Commerce Lane
Mrs. Sally Gardner
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A
HAW NEW YtAK
To All Htr friends
The Holsum Bakers
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to the
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for a
ear
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
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Ph. 947-8685
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Phone PL 9-2404
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1 Block West of Miami Jai-Alai
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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KENNY and ARTHUR
7* SHOK DRIVE WEST, MIAMI


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fJtaMtaft Flerktiari
Friday. September 20, 1963
S/ncor.?sf Holiday Greetings .
As the Jewish Community ushers in the New Year Season, it is the priv-
ilege of HOf'if MILK to extend cordial greetings that the year ahead be
filled with HEALTH, happiness and peace. Home Milk will continue to
serve its many patrons with the finest of Dairy Products so that the year
5724 will be the Healthiest and Happiest .
Drink Daily Fresh
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and Taste the Difference

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Serving South Florida
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2451 N.W. 7th AVE.
PAPER
Best Wishes for the New Year to
our Many Jewish Friends in South Florida
TROPIGAS *
INC. OF FLORIDA
Since 1927
Southeastern Natural Gas Corp.
We Serve You ... Ax You Wish to be Served
2603 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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TAX CONSULTANT
INCOME TAX REPORTS
BOOKKEEPING
4256 E. 4th AVENUE
TU 7-7275
TO ALL GREETINGS -
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 NX 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 44739
GREETINGS
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3800 NW 59th STREET
MIAMI
Phone NE 5-0611
Friendship
nous*: inc.
GIFT FRUIT SHIPPERS SINCE 1924
747 LINCOLN ROAD ON THE MALL
U.S. Jewry's Major Social Work Crisis
Continued from Page 3-D
former CJFWF president, as its first chairman.
The current chairman is Henry Sachs, who also
serves as chairman of the recruitment commit-
tees of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies
of Greater New York and JWB.
The Council on Social Work Education stimu-
lated the establishment of permanent recruitment
agencies in Boston. Chicago. Cincinnati. Cleveland,
New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Roches-
' ter, all of which have full-time paid staff and con-
duel varied year round recruitment activities, in-
cluding "summer-work experience" programs and
camp-recruitment projects. Other programs were
developed to reach high school and college stu-
dents, and their guidance counselors, with infor-
mation about social work. Most local Jewish soc-
ial service agencies are members of these recruit-
ment groups and participate in their program
The Council also stimulated the establishment of
scholarships and work-study plans to help stu-
dents finance their professional education The
Council has created an impressive librarj of re-
cruitment materials.
Gave Leadership
In* addition, local and national agencies in
various fields of social work, both private and
public, have held meetings on recruitment, de-
veloped programs, and published articles and
guides to urge and help their constituents to re-
cruit. A bibliography of recruitment materials
complied by the National Social Welfare Assem-
bly in 1961 listed over 140 items published by 36
different agencies. In July 1962 the recruitment
efforts and committees of the National Associa-
tion of Social Workers and the Council on Social
Work Education were merged into the National
Commission on Careers in Social Work and jointly
sponsored by them.
Many Jewish social service agencies and soc-
ial workers active in Jewish communal service
participated and gave leadership to the recruit-
ment efforts of the entire social work profession.
Jewish social service as a whole gave its first
official attention to the personnel shortage in
1956. when the National Conference on Jewish
Communal Service devoted one of its general ses-
sions to the subject.
Individual national Jewish agencies had
shown their cancern about the shortage still
earlier. In 1953 JWBs personnel and training ser-
vices called a conference on recruiting. The short-
age was also discussed at JWB national and re-
gional conventions and at meetings of its nation-
al Committee on Jewish Community Center Ser-
vise. As a result, JWB and its affiliated Jewish
Community Centers began to develop an exten-
sive recruitment program.
CJFWF, too, sponsored special workshops on
'Ine significance of the luiav and the ethrog
is taught to children of Jewish servicemen
stationed at Ft. Lee, Va., by Chaplain Shel
don Elster, Jewish chaplain there. As the
seasons progress from the New Year to
Sukkot and the other festivals, the Jewish
military chaplains recruited, endorsed and
served by the National Jewish Welfare
Board find that one of their important tasks
is aiding in the Jewish education of chil-
dren living on the base with GI parents.
recruitment at its annual general assemblies.
These were addressed by lay leaders, key profes
sionals, and faculty members from schools of soc-
ial work. In 1957 its personnel services commit-
tee published a guide for local Jewish federations
and welfare funds, "Recruitment for Jewish Com-
munal Services."
Stimulating Local Canters
In the early 1950s the National Association of
Jewish Center Workers organized a recruitment
committee to "awaken its members to their re-
sponsibility and opportunity for retirement." En-
suing discussions led to a recognition that many
interested Jewish students were discouraged from
undertaking social work studies by their inabil-
ity to finance graduate professional education.
Consequently, Jewish social service agencies be-
gan to develop field work stipends, scholarships,
and work study plans. Many of these financial
grants required the students to commit themselves
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to employment in the sponsoring agency upon
completion of graduate studies.
JWB was the first to stimulate local Centers
to set up scholarship programs, publishing a guide
to help set standards and develop procedures and
support. In cooperation with schools of social
work and the Council on Social Work Education.
j\VB also pioneered in the development of a
work-stud? plan which helped mature and ex-
perienced people, who usually were married and
had family responsibilities, to undertake social
irk educi.tion on an extended program while in
the employ of a Jewish Community Center on a
part time basis. The plan was officially approv-
,, by the Council on Social Work Education in
11158 and has been tested by many local Jewish
Community Centers and schools of social work.
In 1958 the JWB Presidents" Club establish-
ed a National Merit Fellowship, and the National
Association of Jewish Center Workers set up a
national scholarship plan. Many local Centers and
casework agencies also sponsored programs of fi-
nancial aid.
In 1959, CJFWF established a scholarship plan
whereby funds from a national pool were used
to match money raised in local communities for
new scholarships. By 1962, 59 local Jewish fed-
erations and welfare funds were participating in
the scholarship plan.
For 'he school year 1961-62 CJFWF reported
(hat 15 scholarships had been granted by it and
its member local agencies. For the same acad-
eme year, 109 financial grants were made by
JWB and its affiliated Centers through 55 schol-
arships and 20 work-study plans. It is estimated
that more than $275,000 is spent by the American
Jewish community annually for financial aid to
social work students interested in Jewish social
( i vice.
Extensive Recruitment
In 1957, a few years afier the start of its in-
tensive recruitment efforts, JWB reported that
there were 50 per cent more first-year Jewish
group ork students in schools of social work
than at any time in the previous five years, (89
students in 1957 as compared to 50 and 60 in the
preceding years). In the same year, the enroll-
ment of all students in schools of social work had
increased only 9 per cent, and there was a 35
per cent drop in the total number of group work
students, The following year, about 50 per cent
Of the graduating Jewish group work students
entered the Jewish Community Center field. This
total was sustained through 1962, despite increas-
ed competition from many new fields for group
work graduates. No detailed figures are avail-
able about the increase, if any, in the number
i'f graduating Jewish classwork and community
organization students, nor the proportion entering
employment in Jewish agencies.
Of all the Jewish social service agencies,
Jewish Community Centers have conducted the
"] >st extensive recruitment programs in the past
five years. JWB reported that in 1961-62, 4.023
*Jcnidh fkmJdBac
persons from all 50 states, had sought informa-
tion from its personnel and training services about
career opportunities in Jewish Community Center
Work and financial aid for graduate social work
education During the same period, local Jew-
ish Community Centers and YM-YWHAs had con-
tact with 10.558 individuals concerning Center
work-4.842 part-time staff, 4,235 teen-agers, and
1,1X1 young adults and college students. Five
years earlier, in 1957. the total number of recruit-
ment contacts was less than 350. In 1961 the Wil-
liam J. Shrodcr Award, presented annually by
CJFWF for outstanding contributions to social
welfare, gave honorable mention to JWBs re-
cruitment program.
Important Role
An integrated and coordinated national re-
cruitment effort for Jewish social service, sim-
ilar to the National Commission on Careers in
Social Work, does not exist. However, the per-
sonnel departments of JWB and CJFWF coop-
erate in some joint projects and programs, such
as their contact with Hillel Foundations. The
B'nai Brlth Vocational Service has consulted with
JWB and CJFWF over the years in the develop-
ment of descriptive career pamphlets on case-
work, community organization, and group work
in Jewish agencies. In 1962, BBVS published a
new brochure to interest young people in the op-
portunities in all of Jewish -communal service, in-
cluding social work, Jewish education, vocational
guidance, the rabbinate.
The participation of Jewish social service
agencies in general social work recruitment ef-
forts and their sponsorship of special programs
to attract people to Jewish social service have
demonstrated that both arc necessary and pro-
ductive, are complementary rather than competi-
tive The Jewish community has unique oppor-
tunities for recruitment through channels not
readily available to the general community: the
upper grades of Jewish schools, the members of
Jewish Community Centers, synagogues, and
youth groups, and readers of the Jewish press.
In a parallel way, the general social work com-
munity is in a better position to solicit recruits in
the public high schools, in colleges and through
the daily press.
The personnel which give professional lead-
ership to the social services of American Jewry
play an important role in the Jewish commun-
ity today and the determination of its future.
Besides the urgent need for an adequate supply
of workers with social work education, the social
services of the Jewish community also require
that their social work staff have a rich Jewish
background and a firm commitment to Jewish life.
In recent years there have developed a variety
of special training programs for this purpose.
The existing and growing shortage of social work-
ers to man the social services of the American
Jewish community represents a real "crisis,"
which requires the attention of all Jewish com-
munal leaders.
Page 15-"
MR. PUMPERNIK SAYS:
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
67th & Collins
RESTAURANT
126th St. & Biscayne Blvd.
To All Happy Holidays
Jamie's Dog Grooming Salon
DOG GROOMING PET ACCESSORIES
7345 SW 8th STREET
Phone 221-2541
TO ALL GREETINGS
KRAMER'S SUNOCO
SERVICE STATION
QUALITY PRODUCTS
PLUS SERVICE
"Any Grade to Fit Your Car"
1900 NE. 163rd STREET
Wl 5-3613
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
ELI'S QUALITY MEAT MARKET
RETAIL MEATS "*
"The Best The Market Affords
At Reasonable Prices
1321 WASHINGTON AVENUE
JE 4-2536
TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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SHELL SERVICE
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KARL'S BEAUTY
SUPPLY
1833 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 374-5501
1230 N.E. 163rd STREET
Ph. 949-0301
CARL BERMAN, Prop.
BAL HARBOUR VILLAGE
EXTENDS
BEST WISHES
FOR THE
YEAR AHEAD
BEST WISHES FROM
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DISTRIBUTOR FOR
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AIR CONDITIONERS & COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS
CONTRACTORS
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NE 3-0537
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COMMERCIAL & MAGAZINE PRINTING
500 W. 18th ST., Hialeah TU 8-6417
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
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"YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN"
1440 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
Phone UN 5-0438
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ELECTRIC CO., INC.
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
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Ph. 6*7*472 5523 S.1V. 8th ST.
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A Resort Motel in the Heart of Miami Beach
6600 COLLINS AVENUE Phone UN 6-1617
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AMD
HEALTHFUL NEW YEAR
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1 LINCOLN ROAD JE 6-7401


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Friday, September 20.
1963
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The First National Bank
of
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4 SOUTH KROME AVENUE
Phone CE 8-0246
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AND THROUGHOUT ALL OF SOUTH FLORIDA
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ederation As A Total Community Concept
By SIONeY^LEPCOORT, Presided
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
rOR 25 years the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eratlon has served as the heart of our Jew-
ish community and as the central source for three
important programs vital to the welfare of Greater
Miami Jewryeach bearing their own import and
each dependent upon the other: planning, lund-
rai-ing, and budgeting for a central network of
community service agencies, national and over-
Mas organizations.
In the New Year 5724, marking for us the
historic milestone of 25 years of service to Jewry
mound (he corner and around the world, we of
Federation are acutely aware that these functions
must be modernized and up-dated in keeping
with the newest trends and programs that will
assure our community maximum value for each
dollar donated to the Federation and the Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal.
In commemorating a quarter-century of ser-
vice to the health and welfare needs of our com-
munity, to the dignity and human relations of
all minority groups, and to our brethren overseas,
the officers and board of directors of Federation
and its affiliated agencies take pride in our achieve-
menis in ihe past quarter-century.
Proud of Achievement
A- Ihe growth and maturity of our Federa-
liOD parallels that of our Greater Miami com-
munity, which has increased its Jewish population
tenfold in 25 years, we are proudest of the stabil-
it> we have helped to achieve and the traditions
we have helped to implant in the families resid-
ing in Gnater Miami, as well as the services we
have provided for visitors in time of need.
Federation was conceived with a dual pur-
pose in mind: to establish a central fund-raising
arm in the Jewish community, and to build an
agency which would act as the central organiza-
tion for the allocation of funds raised, for the
planning of new services, and for the coordina-
tion of -ervices rendered by the local agencies.
These functions have been carried out by Fed-
eration in a fa-4 growing area where welfare ser-
vices find it increasingly difficult to keep pace
fi
V E, ^
<*
HP.' i? i. *c Am
The rewards of old age are the unforget-
able memories of a rich, full life. These
three residents of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, a Federation agency, reflect their
continued happiness in their smiles.
At an early age, it is difficult for children
"illy to express their emotional thoughts
cnd problems. With the help of the train-
ed staff of the Jewish Family and Childrens'
Service, a Federation agency, this little boy
w"l receive the finest counseling available
auring one of the most important stages of
his life.
iFewislh Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 20, 1963
Section E
SIDNEY LEFCOURT
Highlights of New Year
Needs Must be Seen
As Part of Overall
Philanthropic Picture
with the steadily growing needs of the commun-
ity.
The New Year 5724 will see an intensifica-
tion of services to the community by Federation
agencies. We know that the demand for family
service, for medical care, for care of our aged,
for Jewish education, for Jewish rights and voca-
tional guidance and counselling will rise sharp-
ly in the New Year. Through several programs,
including the Committee on Long Range Objec-
tives, the Jewish Communal Foundation and the
Leadership Training Program, we are planning
to assess our needs, train new leadership, and
direct and implant a strong foundation toward
building a more unified and comprehensive net-
work of services to help make our Greater Miami
community one in which \vc will all be proud to
work and live.
CJFWF General Assembly
Among the highlights of the New Year will
be severs] outstanding honors tor our commun-
ity and for Federation in conjunction with the
25th anniversary program.
The Council of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Font's has chosen the Diplomat Hotel, on
Nov. 6 to 10, as the site for its 32nd General
Assembly. The choice was made in conjunction
with out' silver anniversary. The host commit-
tee of which Federation's honorary president.
Samuel N. Friedland, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs.
Carl Weinkle, and 1. will serve as co-chairmen,
with the guidance of Federation's executive di-
rector, Anhur S. Rosichan, will be honored to
welcome Federation leaders from 217 important
cities in the United States and Canada.
An event of great cultural significance to
our Jewish community and to our Gretaer Miami
community will be the inauguration of the Sam
Blank Jewish Cultural Lectureship.
Through the generosity of one of our com-
munity's foremost leaders, we will be privileged
to invite a noted Jewish scholar and historian to
address us on a topic of major importance. I am
certain that this will be a long remembered high-
light of our anniversary year, and an event which
will become one of the great traditions of our
Jewish community.
In the new year, we hope to blend the ex-
perience and dedication of our older leaders with
the energies and enthusiasm of those up and com-
ing in our community. One of the keys to unify-
ing our ri'pidly-growing community will be the
discovery, development, and training of new lead-
ership and the inculcation of the same love and
dedication to the concept of voluntary responsi-
bility that our leaders of 25 years ago had and
still maintain. I cannot overstate the role and
the value of adequate leadership to Federation
and to every worthwhile organization in our com-
munity.
Totality of Need
The voluntary leadership of Federation holds
the important responsibility of studying the needs
of agencies locally, nationally and overseas, re-
viewing their budgets and allocating moneys rais-
ed in our annual Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign to implement agency operations lor the
coming year.
In addition, as the central source of planning
for our community, the responsibility of Federa-
tion and its professional and its volunteer leader-
ship is to represent the totality of our commun-
ity's needs in a variety of fields and programs
that are not undertaken by any other single en-
tity in our community.
As we approach Ihe New Year, and celebrate
the sacred holidays of Rosh Hashona and Yom
Kippur, a traditional time of reassessment, we
must ask ourselves to whom will we turn in the
new year when help is needed?
On behalf of the Federation and its agencies.
I submit that the answer invariably will continue
to be Federation as it has been in the past.
Whether Ihe problem that faces us will be care
for an aged parent, a sick child, or an emotional
or personal family matter, it will be a Federation
;>gency that we will call upon, and that will stand
ready to serve 365 days of the new year.
Group Treatment Home
In the local community, the New Year will
see significant achievements for many Federa-
tion agencies. The Jewish Home for the Aged
will open its new Ablin Pavilion, doubling the
number of its residents to 210 aged men and
women, Mt. Sinai Hospital has started construc-
tion of a new addition which will give added faci-
lities for medical care and expanded treatment.
The New Year brings a new name to the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center, now formally
known as the Young .Men's and Young Women's
Hebrew Association of Greater Miami. Results
of a Federation study will help to chart the future
of the "Y" in service to all areas of Greater
Miami from its northernmost boundary to the far
Southwest,
The Rureau of Jewish Education will again
perform a real and meaningful role in fostering
and developing outstanding programs and teach-
ers to complement the work of the religious
schools in our community. The Jewish Vocational
Service will receive extensive grants from the
Continued on Page 15-E
Life-saving programs at Mt. Sinai Hospital
are in operation around-the-clock to insure
the health and well-being of Greater Miami.


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+Jmlstn Friday, September 20,
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Abel
and Faimly
Ulith tlicir relumes and friendl
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Jack Ablin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. Rudy R. Ad'er
wishes his Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous ?\cw "Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Agraneva
of 3 Island Avenue
U'i.di their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Alderman
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I. Axelrod
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Huppv and Pracpeto'u \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham J. Alexander
and children, Myra, Sy and Ondene
Gail and Neal
Irish, their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Nfir Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Alper
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Airman
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum
and son, Walter
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. Benjamin Appel,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy,
Lois, Sidney, Ronnie and Sandi
of 736 Lakeview Drive
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appelbaum
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte,
Marvin, Joyce, Stuart and Bernice
and grandsons, Bobby and Stevie
their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Apte
ifi then1 relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and Family
rheir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Askow
U'ish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous H'U' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ma* B. Astor
u ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louts Auerbach
am* son, Mitch
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr; and-Mm. Max Auerbach
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous "Hew Tear
' Mr. and Mfs. Arthur J. August
and children. Dale, Lisa
and son Jack
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Ttar
Mrs, Louis Aivrust
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A. Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
bzvu rt.n. z/rn MTtitwi.
-B-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes
and daughter, Alva
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer H. Bargtoil
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron
and Daughters
u'ish rheir Friends
A Happy and Provpeions \". w Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Evans E. Baros
Billy and Eric
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
and Sons
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Te*r
Esther Barrett
Wishes her Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. Joseph Basso
uishes his Relatives and Friends
A Ha/V' and Prosperous Hew Te.i
Mr .and Mrs. Nathan Becker
and son Irwin,
of Coral Gables
Urish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Pauline Belanoff
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berger
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bergman
and Family of
611 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
uish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Charles Berkowitz
and children
icish their R; ends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz
Elaine, Tod and Karen
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear \
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ash
and Arlene
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Johan L. Berman
Wish their Frit I]
A Happy and Prosperous Sew Tear
Ann and Theodore Berman
and children, Bernice, Phyllis
and William
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bernstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Sadie Bieler
and Family
U'ish their relatives and trends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld,
daughter Harriet and
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld
and children Howard and Lenore
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr*. Anna Serin Bild
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bill
and Family
u'ish their relatives end friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Billig
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
I I___
The Miami Bureau of Jewish Education
By JOSEPH COHEN, President
Bureau of Jewish Education
THE Bureau of Jewish Education is the educa-
tional arm of the Jewish community of Great-
er Miami, receiving its funds from the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. In its community ap-
proach to Jewish education, the Bureau coordi-
nates the Jewish educational profiram of the
community throughout the 38 schools in all areas
of Miami and Hollywood, in all schools whether
Orthodox, Conservative or Reform. The Bureau
interprets the need of Jewish education to the
community and attempts to organize the commun-
ity for its support.
The scarcity of qualified educational personnel
is the greatest problem facing general education
in this country, particularly Jewish education.
The Bureau, in recognition of the seriousness '>t
this problem, has developed many approaches to
teacher recruitment, training and supervision. A
Teacher Placement Committee has directed its
energies to recruitment of teachers in all depart-
ments and the placement of teachers in all schools.
After careful screening, this committee publishes
a teacher registry recommending personnel for
all departments to all schools.
Codes of Practice
In order to preserve professional status for the
Jewish teacher, the Bureau has enacted Codes of
Practice for Hebrew, Sunday School. Pre-School
teachers and educational directors. These Codes
call for the employment of fully-licensed educa-
tional personnel in our area.
In order to prepare teachers for requirements
of license, the Bureau of Jewish Education main-
Seminars sponsored by the Bureau oi Jew-
ish rJaucation for teachers. Participants in-
clude (left to right) Mrs. Norma Robinowitz.
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, Bureau consultant. Net-
tie Goldstein, and Meyer Samberg.
JOSEPH COHEN
(ains a College of Jewish Studies lor the training
of teachers in all departments. Regular courses
are given in three locations in the Bureau's at-
tempt to make license mandatory for all teach-
ers seeking employment in the Greater .Miami
area.
The Bureau further provides daily supervi-
sion by the professional staff to all Jewish schools,
in an attempt to consult with both teachers and
educational directors within the individual educa-
tional institutions.
To further enrich the teachers' background
and instructional approach, the Bureau provides
educational seminars from five to ten weeks, to
Jewish teachers who are already teaching in Jeu
ish schools These seminars involve out!
Jewish scholars.
The Bureau's Central Jewish Library not only
circulates over 5.000 books a year to tne general
community, but also acls as an educational re-
source for teacher training and educational re-
search.
Teachers Honored
The Bureau sponsors Yom HaMoreh, National
Jewish Ti achers Day, and this year honored three
teachers who gave 25 years of service to our
Jewish community. The three teachers were in-
terviewed at a special television program of the
"Still Small Voice" on \I..y 20. and were pre-
sented with special certificates of the America
Association for Jewish Education.
Thus, through these manifold efforts, the Bi
reau attempts to solve the problem of the ierifltl
shortage "I qualified teachers.
The statistics of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation reveal that there are 38 Jewuh caools.
Continued on Page 13-E
RABBI and MRS.
DANIEL M. LOWY
join the membership of
Temple Sinai oi North Miami
in greeting the Jewish community
on the occasion of the
NtW VfAR
May You Be Inscribed
in the Book of Life
RABBI and MRS.
S. M. MACHTEI
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM
RABBI DR.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
| Wish for the Members of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, its Auxiliary and the
Entire Jewish Community a
Year of Peace and Joy
RABBI and MRS.
LEON KRONISH
and Family
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Temple Beth Sholom.
Jewry at large, and all
humanity a year of fulfillment
and peace.
RABBI and MRS.
IOSEPH E. RACKOVSB
and FAMILY
extend Best Wishes for a
Kaivah VachasimoTovah|
the Officers, Members, W|
shippers and Sisterhood a r
Congregation Beth Thlah I
and to Klal Yisroel
Bo-oretz U-Bagole.
-
RABBI and MRS-
HAROLD RICHTER
Extend heartfelt wishes to |
HAPPY NEW YEAH
to the officers of
Dade Heights Jewish |
Community Center
its members, and
affiliate organizations


Friday, September 20, 1963
+Jewl*liMcridFfon
The ADL Mission Here in South Florida Win nav njwb
Page 3-E
By BURNETT ROTH, Chairman
Florida Regional Board Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith
i^OT since the Emancipation Proclamation has
liberty in America been as heavily pregnant
with live issue as in the past year. The shape
and size of that issue should become evident in
the year ahead. Its significance reaches and em-
braces more than the Negro; it bears intimate
meaning for all of America, minorities as well
as majoriiies. Indeed the well-weathered lines
of the poet, "No man is an Island entire to him-
selfAsk not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for
Thee" arc as vital, perhaps more so, today, as
they were when John Donne penned them. For
laws passed to secure Negro rights, secure the
ris-ht- ol all, and oppression sanctioned against
Negroes is a contagion, capable of infecting-others.
Ir. the limited space available here, there is
no real need to recapitulate the year's events and
their significance in the area of race relations
certainly not for readers of The Jewish Ploridian.
However it is in order to observe nuances not
readilj noted in the daily press to which it be-
hoovi us to be attuned.
I have in mind such factors as the faster and
the higher the tides of social and civil riyhts flow,
ire frenetically and fanatically do the die-
hard i -treniists attempt to stem them. In so do-
Lhej propagandize with increasing shrillness
the theme of a Jewish Rasputin behind the de-
egation drama. It is not unreasonable to
assume thai as communities experience the re-
sentment and displacement that follows in the
wake of rapid social change, the anti-Semitic lib-
el- will receive added currency.
Parochial Interests Served
And ironically, the delicacy of the Jews' posi-
tion is compounded from another source. Not in-
frequently, in small communities the downtown
merchant is a Jew. Stranded between commun-
ity rigidity favoring segregation and Negro mili-
tancy yearning for freedom, this Jew's action in
one direction, no matter which, leaves him vul-
nerable from the other direction. By breaking
ranks with the segregationist philosophy, he fears
providing ubstance to the racist's stereotype of
BURNETT ROTH
Jews, and by blocking the road to Negro dignity,
he triggers the charge that Jews are concerned
with only their own civil rights.
So it is that where communities, as in Florida.
have established community relations hoards to
serve as brokers between the status quo and the
promise in our Bill of Ri-hts. not only has the
road to civil rights been paved, but the parochial
interests of Jews have been served. This, by
permitting lews as Americans to participate joint-
ly with their neighbors in the difficult but nec-
essary transition from the promise to the practice
of freedom.
For all of the attention properly being focus-
ed on the Negro civil rights issues, the fact does
remain that first class citizenship is tar from
an accomplished fact for other minoritiesJews,
for a meaningful instance.
GEORGE ROCKWELL
Rockwell's Hair Shirt
I use the term- "first class citizenship" ad-
visedly, rather than a phrase such as "targets of
bigotry" to describe the status of the Jew today. To
be sure, the hate propagandists are still busily,
even more so than in recent years, turning out
their group libels. To be sure, George Rockwell,
for all that he can count no more than a hundred-
odd actual followers in a land of 180,000,000, does
constitute a hair shirt on the memories of our
people. But neither the profit-making propagan-
dists such as Gerald L. K. Smith nor the deranged
but shrewd haters like Rockwell have a meaning-
ful effect on the Jew as an American citizen. But
the gentle people of prejudice, the prsons to whom
has been attributed the defining of "kike" as "the
Jewish gentleman who just left the room," these
are people who actually bar the door to the Jew's
first class citizenship. By specific illustration:
In our state, residential and club, and civic club
and employment and resort discrimination are
hardly new to Jews. Substantial progress has
bee-, made in resort discrimination. In employ-
ment discrimination, the economy and the occu-
pation of Jews being what they are, discrimi-
nation's effects have been offset somewhat. Dis-
crimination in residential patterns however, the
forum in which people live as neighbors, poten-
tial!) til.- best antidote to hostile stereotypes, con-
tinues to confront the Jew.
In the past year, evidence has turned up old
Continued on Page 14 E
RABBI and MRS.
JONAH CAPLAN
and Family
***el heartfelt
NEW YEAH GREETINGS
to
pmple Adath Yeshurun
""d the entiie community
i'
R^BBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Wish
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
' tfffliate organizations
al Greater Miami Jewry
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
ABRAHAM
STRASSFELD
Extend to the Officers
and Members of
Congregation
Etz Chaim
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
NORMAN SHAPfflO
and Family
extend to the officers, directors,
and staff of
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
SAMUEL APRIL
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Memoers and Friends of the
TEMPLE OR OLOM
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
RICHARD M. LEVITON
wish the Jewish community
of South Florida, and
particuarly the officers
and members of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
OF FT. LAUDERDALE
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder
, -i*. .. and Family
wish then relatives and friends
A Happ\- ami Prosperous New Tear
Judge and Mrs. Jack Block
and Family
wish i/ieir relatives ami friends
A Happy mill Prosperous New Tear
"(-
Mr. and Mrs. Jeorqe Cheren
and '".unily
wish their rel lives and friends
A Happy ami I' isperous A'-'!!' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Blum
and Family of
421 77th St., Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
Dr. and Mrs. Mark B. Cirlin
Wish their rel itives arid friend.-.
A Happy and P osperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Cohen
and children, Stuart, Melanie
and Wendy
urifh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New 'tear
Dr. and. Mrs. Henry Blum
uish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumoerg
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss
and son Ronald
wish their relatives ind friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Yetta Bodenstein
and Family
U'i'sh their relatives and riends
A Happy ami Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. William K. Boros
and children, Phyllis, Andrew,
Bruce and Amos
wish tlnrir relatives and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Isidor Cohen
and Family
wish their relatives and friendi
A Happy and Prospirous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prospfrov New V r
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen
wish their relatives and friends
/* Happy and I' ot m i. \ rear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen
wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Pro.-peroi Nei Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen
and Family
wish their relative .
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Botway
and children, Albert, Alice,
Lloyd and Jerry
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Haskell H. Bratter
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bregman
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous .\, -c fear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Bretan,
Barbara, Neil, Janice and Charles
wish their relatives and friends
A H-tppy "nd Prosperous New Tear
Milton and Lane Coleman
Wish their Fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Rose Coleman
uislies lier Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conn
and Family
wish their relative] and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
^--------------- .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cooperman
and children, Michael, Allan,
Mimi, Eric and Margaret
wish their relatives a>;d friends
A Happv unj Prosperous N*~' T>.:-
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crystle
With their relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Bretan
and children, Jacqueline,
Harriet and Stephen Allan
wish their relotfi e.s and frienjt
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
-D-
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Brilliant
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Broder
and son Lawrence E. Broder
wiltl their relatives and" friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
and Sons
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brooks
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown
and Family
Wish their relative', and friends
A Happy and Prosperous >,eu Tear
Mr. Louis DeCoveny
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Delia S. Delancy
H isfces her Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diamond
and Family
wish their relctnes and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brumer
and Family
wish their relatives an I friends
A Happy and Prosperous He'v Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burg
wish their tlllKvcs anil friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs, Myron Dickstein
daughter Sondria and son Jay
wish their letfEres and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Dlatt
and Family
wish their relumes and f,tends
A Happy an.1 Prospero.it Hew Tear
-c-
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cantor
and Family
of 14)01 N.W. 3rd Ave.
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Benjamin Chafetz
and daughter, Bessie Ann
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing
Joel, Jill and Jon
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New 1 ear
Mr. and Mr. Jack Dranow
and children, Linda, Cara,
Lita, Jeffrey and Risa
wish their relatives and fr-.enis
A Happy shH Prosperous Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Droll
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. H. M. Drowich and Family,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Drewich
and Children,
Mrs. L. Weiss and Children,
Mr. and Mrs. Pate Silverman
and Children
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy jnj P'PSperoM Hew Tear
Mrs. Joseph Duntov
Wishes her Friends
A Happy and Prosperotts Hew Tear


'sgc 4-E
* kmist fkrHfrr
Friday, September 20. 1963
izyzji nziv njvb ML Sinai Hospital Looks to New Horizons
_r_ r ____^
d- i ccan n i Pvui<; Pr^idnt i^oaattAretiSt
Mr. and Mrs. S Edelman
and Family
v- rcJll '*'and fnendi
H.?p. snd PreaperotM V. ":';.-'
r
Mr. and Mrs. Aba Eisenfaerg
wlM ini friends
H.rr;. end P iperoM Vest Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lav Eisemtem
u-.sh their relatites and fnends
- Harp-, and P cipe-i-o.; \-u T;-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elkm
and Family
rr.eir reiar.iei end friends
Hippy and Proiperout \eu Tsar
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell
and Family
-:-. Mew Teisr.;e< and fnendi
Happ? a-.-' P-otpfToiu \ew T vr
Or. and Mrs. Lastar Epstein
and Family
u~m their rcs\iixet end '
. tfsppy- a--. /' perotll \*'u Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barnard A. Epter
.nd children, Wendy and Richard
-.'-.t.i rdacftnei end /-.
-. Hippy in: P peroui \\u Yen
Mr. and Mrs. Ban Enen
and ton Richard
'';-''. M .'>-;. .
Mr; and Mrs. Matthew G. Ettin^er
and sons David and Daniel
elattvt f' .* ..
1 H_ '; g
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Mr. and Mri. Gerald Falick
and Family
weir relative* aid -
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Falk
and Family
uish their relumes and fnends
\ Harpy lr.J ,''-<, percms Net Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joa Fainbarg
and son Eli
uiih their relames and friends
i Happy and P-osperous t/ T r
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fainbarg
and Family
tush their TtUttva and friends
" Happy an i ? nsperous \'eu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Feld
and Family
U'uh their relative! and fnendi
-i Happy and ProeperotU \'eu "
Mrs. Bessie Feldan,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan and
MM, Paul Evan and Howard Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Goodman
and son Herbert Michael
uish their relative* and friends
>' I ',: lejr
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldheim
with their relative! and JrienJ.
A Happ ,' trout \Cw Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Fellman
and children, Barry, Sheli,
Lesli and Seth
Ifuh their relative! and friend*
-\ Happ-. and Proiperotu ,\eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fendell
and Family
wish their relatixes and friends
' Hipp\ and Prosperous \eu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Fisher
and son Richard
uj'. la)(if 't~::-.ei and ftttmmt
A Happy and Piosptioi Hm Tew
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman
and Family
dtev nseateca aad 'tend*
A Happy and Procpereai \'eu Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fliegler
and Family
u-.t'. their re'~:::t a-.i -
A Happ: a-.d P- ire- ..> \eu Tea-
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Mike Forer
and children, Henry, Minna Laa,
Joseph and Debbie
u-isr. riierr rdamci -nJ -
A Happy and Prosperous >\eu Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard B. Fow
and Family
uiih tfcetr retain i
A H^ppy and Prafperasti \eu Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Fox
and Family
u. : I .
A Hippy and Prosperous \eu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
and Family
-
A H_- I Pt -r- .. \'- 1 I .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving N. Frankel
and son Earl
- at
A Hi' And Pf *" Te-
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel
and Family
m
A H--- in I Pi -- u \eii
Dorothy and Herb Freedman
of 12900 Ixora Circle, Keystone Pt.
with dieir retobvei and ;
A Happy and P \'(u Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freofield
and daughter Sandra
of 1911 Coral Gate Dr.
uish their leLtites and fneoiii
A Happy and Prosperous \etv Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Fried
and children, Scott, Mark.
and Diane
tush their retaines and friend-
A Hupp? and Prosperous >{eu- Tear |
----------------------< -rn I
Dr. and Mrs. Berthold C. Friedl
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 'Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alex P. Friedman
and Famiiy
uish their relatites and friends
A nappy and Prosp;rottl \t'< V
Mr. and Mrs. Max Friedman
and Family
ui>h their relatives and fnends
A Happ) and Prosperous \eu- Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Friedman
and Family
U'nh tn'.ir relative! iiij i-ierAt
A Happy and Proiperotu \ew Year
By J. GERALD LEWIS, President
' Mt. Sinai Jdospital of Greater Miami
V1ELMCATED to IIWIWIM o{ human suls%rffrg.
Mount Sinai HospiUl is ever striving to in-
crease its services, perfect its patient care, and
extend its facilities for research and medical edu-
cation.
Our hospital is young in years It received
its charter in April. 1946. and 14 years later, in
I960, moved into its present ten million dollar
building. Despite the fact, however, that we have
only been functioning in this modern new struc-
ture for a short period of three years, we have
already been faced with the problem of keeping
pace with the population growth of our commun-
ity. During 1963. construction for a new service
wing was begun at our hospital.
Planning far Future
This new area is now completed. Many de-
partments which were functioning in our main
building have been moved to this new addition.
They Include Central Supply. Purchasing. Printing
and Mailing. In addition, our maintenance shops
have beeen moved from our old building to more
practical and efficient space in the new wing.
Equally as important is the fact that with the
completi r. of this new building, we have now
erected a new laundry for the hospital, which we
Dr. Jerome Benson, chief pathologist at Mt.
Sinai, is shown in the hospital's well-equip-
ped laboratory, which includes departments
of Radio-Isotope, Chemistry, Histopathol-
ogy, Bacteriology-Serology and Hematol-
ogy-Coagulation.
J. GERALD LEWIS
did not have before, and which will save us man
dollars and provide greater efficiency.
The Board of Trustees, charged with the re-
sponsibility of not only meeting the needs of our
many patients today, but also with planning for
the future, approved this new service wing with
a dual gn.il in mind. Space vacated by the de
partmeni- which are now functioning in our new
service wing will be utilized in the following man
ner:
Two Intensive Care Unitsone a medical and
cardiac uni; of 14 beds, ana me second a surgical
unit of nine beds, will be constructed in the near
future. Secondly, the Pediatric Unit, now a part
of an adult patient floor, will be moved to a sep-
arate area within our building, and will be equip
ped to tak? care of as many as 20 sick children
who come to us at any given time. This is an in-
crease of 10 pediatric beds, and a total increase
of 33 bedj in our present bed complement. The
new total, with these additions, will then be 393
beds and 43 newborn bassinetts.
In addition. Mount Sinai Hospital already has
on preliminary drawing boards four important
facilities which must be built in the near future.
These are an expansion of the S. Harvey Green
span Out-Patient Pavilion; a new convalescent
and long-term illness unit; a rehabilitation unit;
and new living quarters for our interns and resi-
dents.
The Board of Trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital
has had to make decisions to spend hospital and
Mrs. Samuel A. Frommer
IPSfhei her Relarne* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu> Tear
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
RABBI and MRS.
SOLOMON SCHIFF
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
Congregation Beth El and to
the entire Jewish Community
for a Happy New Year
Mrs. Henrietta Fine
wishes her Relatites and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous }\ew "fear
Canter nd Mrs. Hyman Fine
nd Family
ivish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous jslew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Fink
and daughter Carle Jane
Ui'j/t their relatives and friends
\ Happy and Prosperous J>(ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous }{ew Year
Naomi and Dick Fink
U'ish their ithttves and A Happy and Prosperous Xcw Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein
and Famiiy
U'ish :heir -clativc .i.id friend*
A Happy and Proiperotu >.'e, Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fischer
and Family
U'ish their 'aietfMl and irrnds
A Happy and Prosperous \cu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman 11
and Family
Uish iheir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous \reur Tear RABBI
-G- JACOB H. KAPLAN
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon and children, Benjamin, Rebecca and Sara wish All A Happy and Prosperous \eu> Tear Extends to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sfraim Gale and children, Diane and Michael U'iih their relatives and fnends A Happy and Prosperous \eu> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan and Daughter U'ish their rehtivej and friends A Happy and Prosperous >iew Year RABBI and MRS. NATHAN ZWITMAN AND FAMILY Extend Best Wishes to TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM and to thp
Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler and Family of 1590 Bay Drive tw'sh their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gettleman and Family U'ish their relatives and fftendj With their relatives and friend: Jewish Community for A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
HERSHEL BROOKS
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy
New Year to the Members and
Officers of
Temple Zamora
and its affiliated organizations
and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
ZEVI GREENWALD
and Family
Wish for th. Members of tee
sourmmr jcwish wt
mmd far All Jewry
A HAt Or PtACl AMD JOY
Best Wishes for" a
Happy New Year
from
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
to the Jewish community
of Greater Miami
and to the officers,
board and membership of
BETH EMETH
YEHUDA MOSHE
CONGREGATION
DR. and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and their children
Extend Best Wishes for a
JOYOUS NEW YEAR
To All Their Friends of the
Greater Miami Community
RABBI and MRS.
HERBERT BAUMGARD
Intend Heartfelt
MtW YlUt CKttTINGS
to the Mtmbtrt of
Temple Beth Am
SOUTH MIAMI
adretse
Greater Miami Jewish Community
*>
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Friday. September 20, 1963
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community money in order to continue the prin-
ciples on which this institution was founded.
High in the order of importance oi these prin-
ciples, is the one whjgh .includes giving service
to all who come to our doors, regardless of race,
creed, color or the ability to pay. We feel that
we can, in all honesty, state that we have followed
these principles with diligence.
For example, during 1962 there were 13.230
patients admitted to our hospital, of whom 1,797
were medically indigent. In addition, there were
over 20.000 visits to our 28 clinics, which were
free or only partly paid for, and 15.000 persons
treated in the Max OroviU Emergency Suite.
Recognizing the need to increase facilities for the
care rendered in the Out-Patient Pavilion, we
have again been graced with the generosity of
Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan and her family, who
presented us with a magnificent gift of $250,000
to expand this all-important part of our hospital
services. We expect to begin construction on this
in the immediate future, and the construction will
result in doubling the size of the present facilities.
New Convalescent Unit
Mount Sinai will build a new convalescent and
long term illness unit of about 100 beds as part of
:t? overall plan to make our hospital a well-
rounded medical center. Upon completion we will
be able to provide additional beds in our present
ho.-pital for acutely ill patients, and fill the un-
met need for those who are convalescing or must
remain in a hospital for a long-term illness.
The Rahibilitation Unit will add another vital
service in assisting both hospitalized and ambula-
tory patients in their road back to health, and
help them resume their productive place in our
community.
The consideration of the purchase of addi-
tional equipment is also always with us. The
benefits of medical research, the break-through of
the atom and electro-microscope arc opening our
eyes to new modern concepts of body function, and
make us -ealize constantly that we must incor-
porate those advances that science and modern
medicine are daily providing for us.
Serving Tomorrow
A measure of maturity for any hospital is its
progress in medical education I am pleased to
report that Mount Sinai is continuing its active
interest in this area, and that a tremendous growth
in our teaching porgram has taken place. Today,
A*e have a director of Medical Education, under
whose juri-diction there are 42 interns and resi-
dents. These people are not only a vital part
>f rut service to the community, but provide us
with the opportunity to reach out beyond the
needs of today in preparing skillfully trained doc-
tors for tomorroow. This educational program for
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Insertion of a Pace-Maker, a syncronized
electronic machine, used for the treatment
of heart blockage, is shown here as per-
formed in Mt. Sinai Hospital's surgical
suite.
our house staff under the director of Medical
Education is ably assisted by the directors of
clinical servicesthose fine members of our med-
ical and dental staff, who cooperate in this chal-
lenge and responsibility.
We also anticipate the continuous growth of
our distinguished School of Practical Nursing,
and look forward to an expansion of our Schools
of Medkai Technology and X-Ray Technology.
I feel, therefore, that I can report to you, the
members of our community, that during this past
year, Mount Sinai performed well for those who
came to us, and that we arc considering with
great care the needs of those whom \vc will serve
tomorrow. The achievement of progress during
thi* past year, however, and our plans for the
future, cannot rest alone with the members of
our Board of Trustees.
While it is true that the trustees devote many
hours pondering our problems, and while it is
equally true that we derive a tremendous amount
of satisfaction in performing these duties, Mount
Sinai's progress indicates also the loyalty of the
many friends of our hospital. Individuals and
groups have given of their dol'ars and their time.
The devotion of our medical staff has been out-
standing. Our Women's Auxiliary and its in-ser-
vice volunteers have provided a service to our
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RABBI and MRS.
MORTON MALAVSKY
V^h for all Jewry and particu-
Jcaly the members and officers
of Temple Beth Sholem,
Hollywood,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
SHMARYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Extend to.all Jewry and partic-
ularly the member* of the
Israelite Center and its affiliated
-rganizations
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishei for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the membert of
Temple Menorah
and 10 All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
MAX LIPSCHITZ
and Family
01
Temple Beth Torah
Extend Best Wishes for the
New Year
to the entire
Jewish Community
R \BBI and MRS.
FA/GENE LABOVITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
TEMPLE NER TAMID
and to the Jewish Community
for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
RABBI and MRS.
P. A. WEBERMAN
offer their very best wishes for
a Happy, Healthful, and
Prosperous New Year to the
officers and members of
CONGREGATION
OHEV SHALOM
and to Jewry everywhere
RABBI and MRS.
HENRY WERNICK
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
Tifereth Israel
Congregation
For A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
and Family
offer their best wishes to the
officers and membership of
TEMPLE BETH SfflRAH
for a Healthy and
Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
SHERWIN STAUBER
Extends Best Wishes to
Officers and Members of
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
i&iDji naiv .njttb
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewiti
and Family
wish their rel t.ves and friend
A Happy und Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Larry Gilbert
wish their relatives and friends
A J.Mppy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
With their relumes and friend-
A Happy and Proprp:u New Y-.r
Marvln and Barbara Gillman
and son Edward Warren
wish their relatives and friend-
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. Harry Gilman
wishes his Relumes unil Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Ginsburg
and son Bernard
wish their relatives and frier* Is
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham J. Gittelsen
and children, Ora, Moshe and Reva
uhsh their relatives and 'riends
A Happy and Prosperous He:.' Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Givner
and FamHy
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 7\cw Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Glass
and Family et
I0S5 Neremac Ave.
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mr*. At Gtasseh
and sens, Harvey and Bruce
wish their relatives and f/rfctldj
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg
wish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Goldberg
and Family
Irish their relatives and ids
1 A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Fannie Goldberg
of 1800 James Ave.
Urithet her Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous N<.< Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Goldberg
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Net" Yc'.r
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldberg
and Family of
4SS1 Prairie Ave.
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Sylvia and. Meyer Golden
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. end Mr*. Louis Goldman
and Family
wish their relatives and /nends
A Happy and Prosperous \cm Tear
Dr. end Mr*. Milton S. Goldman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Huppv and Prosperous New Year
Judge end Mr*. Phillip Goldmen
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Sam H. Goldman
and Family
wish their relatives Jnd friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr*. Shirley Goldman
of 160 S. Shore Dr.
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vin Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer W. Goldstein
of 2140 Flamingo Dr.,
Miami Beach
Wish their relutii'es and (riend*
A Happy and Pro.perous \'eu Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Gomper*
and children,' Sheila, Billy
and Henry
Urith their relumes und friends
A Happy and Prospcoiu New i"fir
Lillian and Esther Goodman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr*. Jack Goodman
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Ye.
Mr*. Emanuel Gordon
and Family
wish their relumes und friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Ye.
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Gordon
and Family
wish their relumes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Ye.
Mr*. Herman Gordon
wishei her Relumes and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Ye.
Mr. and Mr*. Loui* G. Gordon
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tei
Mr. and Mr*. Morri* Gordon
and Family
wish their relatives and frtendl
A Happy and Prosperous New Ye.
Mr. and Mr*. Alfred Gottesmar
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yec-
Cantor and Mr*.
Herman K. Gottlieb
son*
Stephen Howard and David Eli
and dei'.thter Hertha Sue
of Temple Beth Shiran
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yec
Mr. and Mr*. Loui* A. Gottlieb)
wish their relatives and friends
A Huppy and Prosperous New T
i
Dr. end Mr*. George A. Grehan-
end tons, Michael Lee and Jen
wish their relumes and fri :ud>
A Huppy and Prosperous New Tec"
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Green
and Family
wish their relatives and friendt
A Happy and Prosperous New Tee
Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Green
and children Linda and Bobby
ins'? their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea"
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Green
Wish their relumes und ('^ends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tee
Mrs. Mary Willett Green
Wishei her Relumes and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New ttn
Harriet and Milt Green
and daughter Bunny
Wish their relatives and friends
A Huppy und Prosperous New Yec
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Greenbeur-
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Yec
Rev. and Mr*. Jecob Greenberg
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yec T
Mr. end Mr*. Samuel L. Greetwie'ct
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tec
m
Dr. and Mr*. J. A. Greenhouse
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yet"
Mr. and Mr*. Howard Grove
wtsh their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yec
Mrs. Pauline S. Grundwerg,
Moses J., Seul, Sandra,
nd Grandchildren
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
-H-
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Haber
and Family
Wish their relatives an.' friends
A Huppy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Benjamin Haberma
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \cw Tec
Mr. and Mr*.
Bernard Hammersmith
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Y.


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Mr. and Mrs. Isactare Hecht
and children, Isabella, David
and Barbara
With their relatives and rids
A Happy and Protpcroui Hew Tsar
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hecker
and children Jay and Elista, of
1339 Obispo Ave., Coral Gables
wish their relatii'es mid j ten Is
A Happy and Prosperous Wk YtM
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous H'W Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich
Mitchell, Francine and Ronald
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Jacob and Sadie Hubert
and Family
wish their relatives ind friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Hyman
Wish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous JyVu1 Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Indianer
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jacobs
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A Hdppy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kalchman
and children Leslie and Charles
With their relatives ard lr- ;uU
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaler
and son Bruce
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler
ivtin their relatives and 'rietds
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Kalish
and children Mark David
and Bonnie Jill
wish their relatives an '. fnen Is
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Kamin
Maxine and Stanley
wish their relatives end frieijj
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner
wish their relatives t>:il friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kanner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Eva and Hyman Kanter
wish their relatives end fritnteh)
A.Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan
and family, Bonnie, Laura,
Beth and Stewart
wi'h thei* relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
wishes his Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous }feW Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Know
f 2100 S.W. 21st Ave., Miami
wish their relatives and fr ends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katxen
and Sons
wish their relatives and frieids
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
fJW N.W. *'rn "
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Katiif
wish their relatives and i i
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1'ear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Herschfeld
and Son
wish the'r relatives t'* I f h
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hirsch
and Family
Wish their Friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Yer
Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Hoberman
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happ^ and Prosper: us Hew Year
Mr. Harry Kaufman
and Family
u'ish their relatives and fi
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman
anc* Miss Mary Ann Kaufman
Wish llifir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yeat
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kay
and children Kenneth and Debra
Wish their relative* and friend.
A Happy and Prosperous Heiv Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kern
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A H.ippv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kessler
and daughter Susan
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Kimball
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Nellie C. King
of 334 N.E. 99th St.
Withes her Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Cantor and Mrs.
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
and children Jaclyn, Jeffrey
and Sheryl
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kirsner
and Family
wish their relatii'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Kitman
and Family of
1701 S.W. 84th Court
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr .and Mrs. Harry W. Klein
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy attd Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. Maurice Klein
Wishes his Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kline
and children Sharon and Stephen
wish their relatives ard friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Minna Krams
and Family
wish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Krongold
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Molly and Gus Kurland
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lachman,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lachman
and Family,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen
and Son
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lamont
and Family
wish their relatii'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Landosman
and children Bruce and. Shelley
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
DR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLsE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
It E W YEAR
New entrance of the Jewish Home for the
Aged at Douglas Gardens. Construction on
the million dollar-plus expansion will be
completed within the next few weeks. A total
of 115 new residents will be admitted to the
Home between October and early 1964. The
new total bed capacity of the Home will be
226 beds, of which 98, or 43 percent are in
private rooms. Admission priority is given
to the indigent. Dedication ceremonies will
take place on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 24.
The Home is a major beneficiary agency of
the United Fund and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Our Jewish Home for the Aged Here
By JUDGE IRVING CYPEN
President, Jewish Home for the Aged
of Greater Miami
UUE of (be Home greet Rosh Hashona of 5724
and our 18th year of existence with special
rejoicing.
For us. this Rosh Hashona will be eternally
in scribed as the beginning of the year of fulfill-
inscribed as the beginning of the year of fulfill-
dedicated and courageous pioneers who founded
the Homo almost two decades ago.
Although this past year of 5723 was excessive
with turmoil and dislocations, nevertheless, it
was a year of great historical significance. It be-
came the prologue for the Home's giant expan-
sion program which has come to fruition in 5724.
5724 will forever be recalled by us as the year
of the 'in-gathering"the admission of 115 new-
residents between October and early 1964 Within
the next four to six months therefore, we shall
admit almost as many new residents as we have
in the past eight years. Many on the approved
waiting list, whose average age is almost 83
years, have been waiting for the completion of
construction for more than a year; some two and
three vears.
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Ih 5^
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W ""**JS< -- jfl
at
JUDGE IRVING CYPEN
These US new residents will come from many
settings and for many reasons. They are ill or
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the Jewish community
and membership of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
on the occasion of the
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID ROSENFELD
greet the members Oi*
FLAGIER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
ana* its affiliate organizations
en the occasion of the
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SINAI
The Jewish Community Center
Hollywood, Florida
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
ALFRED WAXMAN
and Daughters
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
Temple Zion
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
ijes
RABBI AND MRS.
MORDECAI PODET
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to the
Members and Officers of
TEMPLE JUDEA
Its Sisterhood and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community for
a Happy New Year
J I
RABBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEWYEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organizations and to all
Jewry.
RABBI and MRS.
HYMAN GROSS
and Family
Extend lesf Wishes te
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
nd to the Jewish Community for
A HAPfV NEW TEAR
RABBI and MRS.
TIBOR H. STERN
AND FAMILY
wish
Beth Jacob Congregation
and its affiliate groups
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
H. LOUIS ROTTMAN
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami


Friday. September 20. 1963
incapacitated; they are alone and lonely; and
they are, for the most part, unable to care for
themselves. Some, who are in other nursing
homes, seek and need us because they are unhappy
J ..... non-Jewish environment Some can no long-
er accept a da>bed in the living room or sharing
;i bedroom with two grandchildren. Lack of
money alone rarely "brings IhenTto to* Home any;
more. Usually, there has been a breakdown in
their capacity to cope with life on their own, and
they need the care and security and the specially-
paced activities and community life of Douglas
Gardens.
They will come to the expanded Douglas Gar-
Hens with different backgrounds, different atti-
tude- and different experiencesconcert singer,
housewife, watchmaker, saleswoman, Hebrew
teacher, businessman and cabinet makeras varied
group 88 lite itsell. The Home uses many re-
sources and services within and without Douglas
Gardens to meet its diversified needs and desires
and give them the courage again to meet life on
its own 'erms. It is a place where old people arc
important and their needs respecteda place
where age is not a burden, but a part of living to
be accepted realistically and creatively.
g Some have aptly described Douglas Gardens
* ts "The Home for Beginning Again." We think
our new and expanded facilities are in that tradi-
tion We have done everything possible to retain
the beauty of Douglas Gardens and its non-institu-
tional appearance. In addition to the five pavi-
lions with their 70 beds, the newly completed
three-story structure will have a total of 156 beds.
Of perhaps the greatest significance to the older
person seeking admission is the emphasis we have
on privacyof the total number of beds 226 in
Douglas Gardens. 98. or 43 per cent, are in private
rooms.
First Floor Remodeling
The ntirc building is air-conditioned and heat-
ed. Fir>t floor remodeling in the original Abhn
Memorial unit has greatly increased the physical
and occupational therapy areastwo keystone
services in our extensive rehabilitation program.
The new second and third floors will have 61
beds each, and their own diet kitchens and dining
rooms, as well as two nurses stations. Through
the audio-visual system, all residents of the
Home will have prompt, communication with the
nursing staff. A most important, life-saving in-
novation has been the provision of piped-in oxygen
in every bedroom, and each of the two new floors
9 has a beautiful sun room, as well as three spac-
ious recreation rooms, where creative activities
are carried on by and for the residents.
It is likely that Douglas Gardens has become
the largest home for the aged in Florida. But
we have no pride in bigness. We are very proud,
however, that our expanded facilities and ex-
panded professional staff will enable us to pro-
vide even higher quality care and finer rehabilita-
tive services than we have in the past. We wish
+Jewist) fhridian
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Learning how to walk again in the Physical
Therapy Department of the Jewish Home for
the Aqed. In the expansion program at
Douglas Gardens, physical therapy facil-
ities and equipment are being increased
three and four-fold to become the most high-
ly developed program in the south.
to point out also, as a non-profit communal insti-
tution, that although older persons of all econ-
omic levels are eligible for admission, we give
priority to those who are indigent. For instance,
in the first seven months of 1963, only 38 per cent
of the total income the Home received came from
the residents and their relatives. The remaining
62 came from public welfare, the Home's Thrift
Shop, the United Fund and Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, and our four women's auxiliaries.
I am sure that it will be of considerable interest
to all that 75 per cent of the residents in the
Home at the present time are recipients of pub-
lic welfare.
Truly, we of the Home have much to be thank-
ful lor on ihis New Year. On behalf of the en-
tire leaders-hip of the Home therefore, I express
our eternal gratitude and extend warm Rosh
Continued on Page 12-E
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Mr. and Mrs. Moe Linger
nd children Sandra and Lester
u v.i-.r relative] and friend?
A Harpy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
wish their relative! ami friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. ana Mrs. Murray I. Levine
Jack, Jonathan and Felicia Beth
with their relative! and friends
__i A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Langer
and Family
twill their relatives and friends
A Happy ,:,,J Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Isidore Langner
and Family of
536 14th St., Miami Beach
mm their relative* an I friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer,
Joseph and Yaffa, Nussie
and Chaim and
granddaughter Penina
with their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear
tosh their relume* a.id friend*
A Happ-. and Prosperous New rear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lear
wish their relatives u-iJ friendl
^A Happy ad. Prosperous Hew Tear
OeonjeTndSarah Lebewltz ~
and H el one
wish their relatives and friends
AHapps and Prosperous Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lechtner
and Family
With llieir relumes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew rear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lea
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
J^Jfuppy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt ~
and Family
W wish their relative* and frie.uK
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Lelchuk
and children Richard and Judith
U'isli fheir relume and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr .and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
and son Steven
Wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant
and children, Howard and Debbie
wish their Relumes and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. Sheldon N. Lelchuk
Wishes his Relative* and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lepxelter
and Family
K'lsh their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mr*. S. H. Leslie,
David, Rodney and Johnny
u'h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Protperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin
and Family
wish their relatives und friends
A Happy und Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy
tnsh iheir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewen
and Family
Wish their relumes und friends
A Happy und Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieberman,
Roslyn, Edward and Francesca,
Joyce, Jerry and Michael,
Peter, Lynn and Robert,
Irwin, Myron, Jeffrey and Allen
ut'sh their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Levin
and children, Jane Abby,
Deborah Ruth, Adrienne end Albert
U'isli their relumes und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levin
and children Harvey ano Alan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy und Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Levine
and sons, Jerry and Randy
Wish their relumes und friends
A Happy und Prosperous Hew tear
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
ant*, children, Laura, Henry and
Rosanna
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Ligeti
and Family
Halsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Geor.ie Linden
and son Larry
wish their relatives und friendt
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. end Mrs. Sylvan Lipkin
and Family
wish their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Cantor and Mrs.
William W. Lipson
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton,
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Lipton,
Debbie Sue, Douglas Scott,
and Cheryl Kay,
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall S. Harris,
Steven Matthew and Jennifer Lisa
icish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vw Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton
and daughters. Iris and Delsie
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Long
and children, Robert, Jonathan,
and Laura Irene
U'ish their relumes und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lowenberg
and Family
uish their relatives and fritnds
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "tear
Rabbi and Mrs. Daniel Lowy
and Family
u'ish their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Sr.,
Dr. and Mrs. Frank S. Cole,
son Stephen, daughters Shelly
and Nancy,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.,
daughter Lisa, and son Sam III,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Luby,
daughters Cynthia and Jodi
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Maor
and. Family
U'ish their relatives und friendl
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid
and Family
U'ish their relumes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall S. Major
and Family
U'isli their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky
and Randy
with tlteir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ely Malin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Mank
and Family
u'ish their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Manne
wish their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Martin
and Family
U'ish their relumes and friends
A Hjppv und Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. Joseph Mechlow
wishes his Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Medoff
sons Mark and Bud
U'ish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel,
Lewis, Tobi, Steven,
Rachel Ann and Beth Paula
wish their relatives and fritnds
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr, and Mrs. Louis Melnick
and Family
U'ish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr .and Mrs. Jerome Meltz
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer
and children Norman
and Richard Rosen
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer
and sons Frank and Michael
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mickelson
and daughters, Weslee, Joan
and Mori Beth
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Mr. Bernard Miller
wishes his Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Miller
children, Sammy, Barbara,
and Steven
with their relatives and fri'.nd;
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Huppy und Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Mary Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kastan
Wish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Mindlin
and Family
u'ish their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Mintz
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friendi
A Happv and Prosperous \ew T. -
Mrs. Fanny Mirchin
and Family
Wish their relatives und friends
A Huppy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Moore
and children, Bobby, Danny,
Ricky and Susan
u'ish their Friends
A Huppy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moss,
Dorothy and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moss
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. end Mrs. Donald Murray
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friendt
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs, John Myers
of 14950 N.E. 6th Place, No. Miami
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
U'ish their relutiies and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. Arthur M. Nemser
wishes his Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nusbaum
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friendt
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Orlin
and Family
U'ish their relutives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Ossip
and daughters Gayle Esta
and Deborah Jann
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Bernie end Grace Pallant
and Children
U'ish their relatives und friendt
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
and children, Michele, Alissa,
Jeffrey and Steven
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Parrvess
and daughter Sheila Ree
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paul
U'ish their Relutives and Friends
A Huppy und Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Paul
and children, Ira, Eftie and Tina
wish thtir Relutives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year


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Friday, September 20, 1963
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Mr. and Mrs. Hal Pearl
and children. Penny and Tony
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Peliner
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper
and Family
Uriah their relative* and friends
\ Happy and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. Perry
nd children Pamela and Aaron
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips
wisli their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Phillips
and daughters Marsha
and Barbara
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Pabbi and Mrs. Mordecai Pedet
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont
and children, Edwin Stephen,
and Judy Lyn
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve
wish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pred
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
wish their relatives and friend!
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preuss
and Family
Uish their relative and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin
and Family
wish their relalii es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Rakatansky
uish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin
of 301 187th St.. Miami Beach
until their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner
and Family
Uriah their relative! and fritidi
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Eva Reece
and Muriel Naurison
wish their relctiven ami jriendi
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
and Family
wish th:ir relatives and friend!
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman
and Family of
2251 S.W. 7th St., Miami
trish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reisman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reiss
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Reviti
-d children, Roberta and Ronald
triih their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. mnst Mrs. Joseph Rleger
end Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Fannie Rifas
nd) daughter Eveiyn
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. stnd Mrs. Harry Rimer
*nd daughters Andria and Linda
uish their rclarves and friend?
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Sonia Robbins
wishes her Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr .and Mrs. Lester Rogers
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Roher
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Rosenberg
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenblum
and Family of
9301 E. Bay Harbor Drive,
Miami Beach
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Rabbi and Mrs. David Rosenfeld
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friend':
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenthal
of 912 N.W. 80th St.
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Rothstein
and Family
U'ish-their relatives and friends
A Hagpy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rovinsky
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rubin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin
and sons Chuck and Ross
tcish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Rudnick
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rudolf
and Family
wish their relatives and friend;
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell
and daughter Michael-Ann
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. Irving Seal
wishes his Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Sachs
of M73 S.W. 29th Street
wish their relatives .ind friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Sadifceff
nd Family
wish their relatives and [Herds
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saifmen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sanders
Steve, Lynn and Larry
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Sanders
and sons, Jerome and David
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
In a symbolic gesture of rededication. Great-
er Miami Israel Bond leaders pledge ever
greater efforts for Israel Bonds in the New
Year. From left are Samuel Friedland, for-
mer chairman and now honorary chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman
of the Women's Division; and Leonard Rosen,
who succeeded Friedland as chairman this
spring.
Israel Bonds: A Dedicated Organization
By LEONARD ROSEN, Chairman
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization
T is fitting that the High Holidays which serve
the Jflwish people as a time of renewed dedi-
cation to the faith of Israel have in recent years
also become a time of renewed dedication to the
land of Israel.
This is most appropriate, lor during the High
Holidays, when we contemplate the present and
future of our fellow Jews, we are reminded of
our partnership with Israel and our responsibili-
ties to share in Ihe historic effort of its develop-
ment, which has not only served to restore many
of our brothers to a life of freedom and dignity,
but which has also brought about an inspiring
revival of Jewish cultural and spiritual values.
An Awesome Step
It is also appropriate at this time, as we ap-
proach the beginning of the New Year, to look
back upon the preceding year, weighing our
hopes and aspirations against fulfilled deeds and
to renew our aspirations for the coming year. In
any contemplation of Greater Miami's etforts on
behalf of Israel's independence through Israel
Bonds, one man stands out in historic proportions,
a man whose name has become synonomous with
Israel's economic growth and with Israel Bonds
That man is Samuel Friedland, my immediate
predecesacr as chairman of the Israel Bond Or
ganization. who is now chairman of the board.
Stepping into his shoes is an awesome step,
but also i gratifying!? inspiring one. Under Sarr
Friedland.s leadership last year. Greater Miami
continued to maintain its place as the leading Is
rael Bond community on a per-capita basis in the
entire world. We achieved new highs in total
sales of i,rael Bonds, as well as increases in each
of the categories, such as Trustees. Builders.
Guardians and Sponsors.
Through a series of communal, organizational
and synagogue events, thousands of our dtisens
had an opportunity to demonstrate their solidar
ity with Israel's historic growth by purchasing
Israel Bonds.
With the coming of the New Year, which also
serves t0 launch our Greater Miami Israel Bond
effort for the New Year, we look forward with
renewed dedication, hope and determination to
achieving even better results than ever before
This year is particularly significant in a dual way,
for it is the fifteenth year of Israel's independence
and the year of the first redemption of Israel
Bonds.
The first redemption of Israel Bonds this year
I
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandier
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
and children Serena Esther
and Jason Joel
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Goldie Schneider
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schneider
and sons Ronald and Jay
wish their relatives and friend!
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schneidman
heir relatives and friends
wish tl
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin
and Family
Wish their relatives a:'. 'nen,i<
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. mf Mrs. Daniel Sepler
and Family
Wish their Relatives and Fnen.f
A Happx and Prosperous New Te.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Savran
and Family
Wish their relatives and friend
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld
and Family
wish their relatives and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schachter
and Family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Schulner
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schaffer
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatiman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Irvine Schenfcer
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Scberer
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
' Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Schwartz
and children Barbara and
Jay Leonard
u-ish their relatives and friends
AHappy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. SeTsrfnvartT"
and Family of
5010 S.W. 91st Avenue
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. .nd Mrs. Louis Schwertxn^iT
and children Linda and
Bamett David
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy gd Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I. Serb in
and Family
Uriah their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Ye*
Mr. and Mrs. N. John Serbin
nd Family
wish their relatives and frien i<
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea
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Mr. and. Mrs. Marvin Schere
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schrmer
and daughter Gail
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
**r .and Mrs. Irving Shalom
uish their Relatives and Fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Joseph Shapiro
of 101S StiMweter Drive
wish their Relatives and Fnen.l>
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Rohert Shapiro
and children Daniel and Jonathan
wish their Relatives and Friend-
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea'
Mrs. Simon SeMen
shI son Henry
Wish their relatives and friends
_A HaMvyjmdJVosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seinfeldi"~
and Family
*sh their wsUtbm and friends
A Happy and ProsperousJNcw Tear
*> Henry Seitlin "'
and Family
wish their Relatives and Fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver
ens David and Ira, and
daughter Gail
wish their Relatives and Fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam I. Silver
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Ns'w ttt
Mr. end Mrs. Benedict Sllvermen
and children, Jill and Jonathan -|)
uish their Relatives and Friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea.
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Friday, September 20. 1963
+Jmrlshtk>rldiairi
is a truly historic event, symbolic of the redemp-
tion of land of Israel itseslf and the people of
Israel And it is the Israel Bond program, which
started IirI on the road to economic independ-
ence 12 years ago, which has been of such great
import,.-ce in this redemption.
Bend Redemption
Israel is redeeming its bonds because the
bonds, 1 ;:vc stimulated great strides in economic
development Israel is redeeming its bonds be-
cause Its industrial and agricultural production
has increased each year by twelve and fifteen
percent, respectively; because it has succeeded
in prov i'ing homes and jobs for its rapidly ex-
pandlni population. Israel's population, which
totaled j .250,000 when the Israel Bond drive was
launched in MM, has now passed the 2.350,000
mark
[SUM 1 has managed to sustain an economy
that i not only strong enough to maintain a
high standard of living for all its citizens, but
also viable enough to perlorm miracles of mod-
ern achievement for the country's future growth.
Israel is reedeming its Independence Bonds
because, during the past twelve years, exports
have risen from $70,000,000 to $482,000,000; be-
causc n >re than 350,000 permanent housing units
have been built for immigrants; because Israel's
total electric power generating capacity was in-
creassed from 120.000 kilowats to over 610,000
kilowatts; because the area under cultivation has
beet panded from some 400,000 acres to more
than a million acres; because irrigation, which
was .V ott non-existent in 1951, now covers 360.
000 acres for production of food and other crops.
Mi:*y have been the dividends of satisfaction
an,: renewed faith which we have collected from
Israel' .progress. The redemption of Israel Bonds,
in wl..-n the State of Israel is paying 150 cents
lor every dollar invested, represents a dividend in
the concrete and financial sense. Yet every re-
demption check that is received by a bond-hold-
er constitutes an historic document, testifying to
Ihe validity of the bonds, as well as to the validity
01 fsreal itself.
A Sound Dividend
But to have said these things is not to have
told the whole story. Many chapters remain to
he written, many problems to be resolved, many
challenges to be met.
Ac partners in Israel's progress, we in Miami
must rededicate ourselves to continued efforts to
help Israel meet the tasks of tremendous scope
which lie ahead.
In Lie days and weeks and months to come,
beginning with the High Holiday efforts in the
synagogues, a series of important, exciting and
rewarding events will highlight our community's
role on behalf of Israel Bonds.
It Is a source of gratification to me that, as
in preceding years, we stiall have the nearly
unanimous support of the synagogues and tem-
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1963 is an historic year in the annals oi
Israel s statehood, for it marked the 15th an-
niversary oi independence, as well as the
first year of redemption of Israel Bonds.
At a gala event attended by more than a
thousand women, the anniversary was cele-
brated with the lighting of fifteen "birthday"
candles by Mrs. Fred Somerstein, a Trustee
of Israel, and Mrs. Elise Adams, Woman of
Valor.
pies of Greater Miami, led by the rabbis and
their lay leaders. This year, the synagogue ef-
fort will be spearheaded by a number of syna-
gogue dinners, each of which will climax the con-
gregation's Israel Bond effort.
No small portion of the burden and success
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond drive is to be
credited to the women of our community. In
this regard. I am deeply pleased that perhaps the
most respected and loved of all women in our
community, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, is now
chairman of the women's division. Surely, under
her leadership, this segment of our drive will
rise to new heights of success. Highlighting the
Women's Division activities will be the Israel-
International Fashion Show to take place during
the first week of November.
As now firmly established by custom and
tradition of the past several years, the climax
of our year's campaign will be the glamorous and
gala Ambassador's Ball to be held in December
under the patronage of the Ambassador of Israel
and the Governor of the State of Florida.
Through these events planned for the com-
ing months, our community will demonstrate its
continued partnership and progress with the State
of Israel during this Year of Redemption. In do-
ing so, we will not only help to redeem the land
and people of Israel, but will enrich our own
lives here in Miami. May the New Year bring
continued success in our efforts for "KoI Yisrael."
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Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Si I vermin
and Family
with 'i:r Relatives and Friends
A H.if | and Prosperous Heu Year
Mr. David Simon
nd Family
wish their Relatives and Priendi
* HoJ and Prosperotu Hew Tear
Mr. J. D. Simon
wishes hit Relatives and Priendi
A nappy and Prosperous New Tea
Mr. and. Mrs. Morris Solnick
and Family of
671 Jann Avenue
wish tlieir Relatn es ami Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Solomon
and Family
With their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
-s-
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan
and family, Adinah,
Mrs. Sarah Bianco,
Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel M. Stadlan
of 1838 Bay Road
it'ish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simonhoff
h .".or Relatives and Friends
" Hp| and Prosperotu New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Solomon
Irish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Singer
With their Relatives and Friends
A Ha[ P and Prosperous New Tear
Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop
and Family of
Temple Beth Shirah
wish [heir Relatives and Friends
J*i Ha(.r and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sloan
daughters Mlndy and Shari
wish their Relatives and Friends
_A Hat f, i and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff
wish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mayor and Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder
and Family of
North Miami Beach
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray M. Sparaga
Jay and Bonnie Arm
Uriah their Relatives and Friends
i A Happv and Prosperous N Syd Stanley
and sons, Dennis and Douglas
wish tlieir Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stein
and sons, Larry, Mark and Steven
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abe H. Steinberg
with [heir Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stem
and children Eugene and Ro-jer
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Donald C. Smith
and
Irvin Korech
with theft relatives and friends
A Hajj.t and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Pawl Sobel
nd daughters Mercia and Helen
wish tf.eir Relatives and Friends
J^ Happy anA Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Segtevits
nd daughter Helen*
wish their Reia::vej and Friends
A Hthpy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Frieda Solas
daughter Deborah
Wish their Reu-ves and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Louis Specter
and children, Jimmy, Bennett,
Eunice, Michael and Kevin
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tr.'r
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Speeber
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperotu New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stern
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Martin Spilka
and Family
Wish their Relatives and Friends
A Hir-tvy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sponder
and children, Debra, Monica
and Steven
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Sol and Ray Sternlieb
and cMtdren, Howard, Lee,
Alan and Joy
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Sarah and Philip Straus
wish their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Sussman
and Son
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
<=* *^5fton(r J ova J ih
'WSCVIi
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sussman
and daughters, Bryna, Anne,
and Marcia
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartx
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
/\ Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weinstein
and children, Sandra and Mare
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weinstein
and children Barbara and Alan
with their Relatives and Priendi
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen
and Family
ICish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin
Joan and Jerry
Irish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tendler
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub,
Albert and Saralee
wish their Relatives and Priendi
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss
and Family
wish their Relatives ind Friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss,
Stuart, Marty, and Julie
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessler
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I. Tobey
and Family
Irish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Toursh
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston
daughters Patricia Ann
and Meryl Sue
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Waxier
and Family
Irish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman "
and Sons
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Wisotsky
and daughter Joy Dee
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy an.l Prosperous New "1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig
and Family
Irish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
"Mrsi Faye Tupler
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell
and children, Mark Philip
and Cheryl Sue
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
-d-
Dr. and Mrs. Harold linger
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor D. Wolf
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Max WoHman,
Ernest, Lilla, and
grandaughter Claire,
Stanley and Marilyn
wish their Relatives and Friends
A happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
-Y-
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner
and children Alan Jay,
and Judith Marcia
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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-V-
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Vigman
and children, Ellen Carol,
Robert and Joan
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Zahler
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. Gilbert A. Viola
wishes his Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel
and sons Steven, Howard
and Kenneth
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
-w-
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Waldman
u'ish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs.
Mortem L. Weinberger
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Dr. and Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle
and daughter Romelle
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka
Irish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis
and Family
wish then Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Ne.v Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zeigmund
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Dr. and Mrs. Doran D. Zthner
and family, Michael, Karen.
and Donald
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp
and children, Robert, Richard.
Alan, Susan and Paul
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zitner
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. end Mrs.
Joseph P. Zuckerman
and Family
wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and prosperous Hew "fear
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*Je*is* Fk>r Friday. September 20, 1963
&cu eucu uctxa;
izAts with the passing ucars
our minds and wisdom mature
and our outlook on life becomes
more mellow, we pause to offer
thanks for all the blessings
of the past and to wish to the
countless number of our friends
all of the blessings that a
bountiful and merciful God
can bestow
f~^eacc of heart and rnind
and aood fortune thritoitt
the coming ^ear-
Gordon Funeral Home
EMANUEl CORDON, Decease*, founder
K^rtarry ^f ora on
jitt\n\\f ^forcton
H. HENTZ & CO.
Established 1856
Members New York Stock Exchange and other
leading stock and commodity exchanges.
452 Biltmore Way Coral Gables
Telephone HI 6-0841
Edmond E. Dorit and Wendell J. Brown Managers
TO ALL GREETINGS .
FIVE POINT PAINT & HARDWARE STORE
QUALITY PAINTS BRUSHES
COME IN BROWSE AROUND
15,000 ITEMS OF HARDWARE
1264 Coral Way FR 4-6441
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAURICE'S STEAK HOUSE
2705 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
JE 8 5679
Aims of tke Jewish Vocational Service
By MRS. CHARLES P. FEINBBRG, President
Jewish Vocational Service
THE J.;\\ish ^ocauoaal Ssxvie&^loiUi-wiiJi lift
parent body, the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ish Federation, marks with a great deal of pride
a milestone of its own. While Federation cele-
brates its silver anniversary, JVS observes its
fifth anniversary. It is true that five years in
the life of a community is but a passing moment
in the scheme of things, but not so to those serv-
ed by the agency.
Jewish Vocational Service has dedicated its
program to attacking problems such as physical
disability, old age, emotional disturbance, alcohol-
ism, mental retardation, school drop-outs, career
guidance, refugees, language barriers, poor voca-
tional adjustment, job placement, and sheltered
workshop employment for those who cannot be
employed in regular industry.
In truth, JVS can be labeled the community
"bread-and-butter" agency because its major ob-
jective is to aid and assist those people who need
help in job selection, job training, and job place-
ment in accordance with their abilities and limi-
tations.
Some Statistics
While the total number of persons served by
an agency is no criterion of excellence of ser-
vice, it does indicate a considerable amount of
time spent by staff personnel. More than 4.800
different persons were serviced by the agency,
and they were seen in over 6.400 separate inter-
views from January, 1958 through June, 1963.
These were the aged, the young, the oldster com-
ing near to the end of his life's work span, and
the youngster, bright-eyed and cheerful, looking
forward to life in all its ramifications. There
were those who have fought the "bottle" over the
yearssome with success and some with com-
plete failure.
The mentally retarded and their parents and
families have come to our door?, and have been
served. The Cuban refujeetwo times, three
times, and even four times a displaced person
has been placed by JVS. The school dropout,
the kid who does not know uhat he wants to do
vocationally, the college student having acad-
emic problems, the bright student in need of
scholarship informationthese and many others
have come to JVS for job assistance and job
planning, and they have been helped.
In our abort existence, and with our limited
staff, JVS has been able to place over 690 people
into jobs in competitive industry. It must be re-
membered that the agency emphasizes job place-
ment for those who cannot place themselves.
Those placed by the agency were the "hard-to-
place," the marginal worker, and the one who.
MRS. CHARLES P. FEINBERG
if he did not receive assistance, could eventually
wind up on the financial assistance rolls of the
community Three out of every four persons
placed bv the agency were vocationally handicap-
ped in one way or another.
In 1958. the weekly average number of per-
sons employed in the JVS Workshop was 10; the
figure has been increased four and a half times.
so that the average number is around 45, with
the shop employing as many as 66 in one day.
Just as a matter of information, wages paid to
clients in the shop has exceeded $140,000.
Inadequate Service
While the past five years have been fruitful,
and some measure of success has been achieved,
there are areas of service which are woefully
lacking both in JVS and in the community. The
most treasured possession of any community is
its youthand this is a group that JVS has not
been able to serve adequately in the five years
of its being. For each year we have been in
existence, we have submitted a request to Fed
eration that we be permitted to hire professional
staff for educational-vocational guidance and coun-
seling on both an individual and group basis.
It has been estimated through discussienswith
the Greater Miami Jewish Community. Center.
B'nai B'riiii, and other youth-serving organizations
that there are approximately two-thousand Jewish
youngsters of high school age who could profit
from guidance and counseling from JVS. Tfce rate
of school drop-outs continues to increase. It has
been adequately documented that the amount of
money a person earns in his life time is in-direct
J^est 'Wishes '"Jo
^t HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Ph. 633-6566
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PL 8-9330
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Friday. September 20, 1963
ratio to tl.c amount of schooling he has com-
pleted.
As an outgrowth of the above, the pgeifcy has
become more and more MWHi the v/bak- area
of the ;o called "alienated youth"not only the
school drjp-out but the juvenile delinquent, the
youngster on parole, the child Irom the broken
home, and so on. Our staff has been meeting with
Ihe Welfare Planning Council of Dade County in
order to devise ways and means of initiating pro-
grams to help combat the problems of these
youngsters. JVS is aware of the great need tor
services in this area, and anticipates becoming
involved in a community-wide program to meet
Mich needs.
The Jewish Vocational Service has been re-
quested by the U.S. Department of Labor s Spec-
i; 1 Activities Division to develop a program to
meet the challenge of the migrant worker in the
Dade County area. This is a recurrent problem,
and it is not only peculiar to this community but
to others where migrant workers are located.
Open Meetings Scheduled
The agency has started negotiations with the
Sate Division of Vocational Rehabilitation around
the problem of the patient in the state mental
hospital ar.d his return to the community. We
hope to start a three-way project involving the
state mental hospitals, the Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation, and the Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice in such a program where the patient starts
on the road to recovery by leaving the hospital
prior to his actual discharge. This promises to
be s very fruitful demonstration project.
While JVS occupies an honored place in the
professional community of South Florida, its ser-
vices are not that well-known to the Jewish Com-
munity at large. In order to project the agency
image to the community, we will present two and
possibly three "Open Meetings" during the coin-
ing year to educate and inform our people. One
of these meetings will deal with the whole area
of educational-vocational guidance and counsel-
ing for high school and college youth. A second
meeting will deal with the Jewish Vocational
Workshop and our vital need for sub-contracts
Irom industry and business in order to hire the
handicapped and train them for eventual place-
ment in regular industry. The third meeting will
revolve ar-eund the actual job placement program
ol JVS and our need for businessmen in the Jew-
ish community, as well as in the general com-
munity, to help us in every way possible to open
i< bs for the handicapped.
Integrated Center
Heading the top of the list of matters to be
lone in the coming year is our contemplated con-
struction of a Comprehensive Vocational Rehabili-
tation Center. It has become necessary for the
agency to move to larger quarters in order to
handle the volume of people served. It has been
deemed advisable to plan for centralized facilities
to incorporate all the services of the organiza-
';<# ri^rirti^n
Paqe 11-E
"Hard to employ" is the province of Jewish
Vocational service, but empioy tnem the
agency does, with the assistance of special
contract work in the Greater Miami area.
tion. Our present program cannot be administer-
ed efficiently or supervised adequately with faci-
lities in different geographical locations. A pro-
posal has already been submitted to the Florida
Development Commission for the construction of
such a centralized building. We have requested
that Federal and State funds be made available
to the agency for construction under the pro-
visions of the Hill-Burton Act (Public Law 482)
and the Area Development Administration Fund
(Accelerated Public Works'.
The purpose of the new program is to provide
the agency with centralized permanent quarters
designed to permit an integrated multi-disciplin-
ary program to serve handicapped persons in the
Greater Dade County area through the facilities
Ol B Comprehensive Vocational Rehabilitation Cen-
ter.
The Jewish Vocational Service would still
maintain cooperative relations with the Jewish
Home for the Aged with respect to the program
on the grounds of the Home. JVS, which has op-
erated and staffed the workshop, will continue
such services as long as necessary.
SAME
LOCAL
OW NERSHIP
12th AVENUE SStffS? FLAGLER
SAFETY EXPERIENCE SERVICE
F. deC. OAK
Chairman ol the Hoard
TULI.Y F. DUNLAP
President
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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
685-1952
Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan
Zeichner
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to
RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
and Members of
BETH DAVID
and to Jewry Everywhere
ROSH HASHANAH
' -~* -trWE TO-RtCAll -
'Whosoever Honors the Torah Shall Himself Be Honored'
This New Year 5724 marks the
71st JUBILEE of the
W'lLMO
KOSHER
SAUSAGE CO.
leaders in the manufacture of kosher delicatessen meat products.
Standing at the dawn of the New Year, we again reaffirm the '
principles that made the WILNO KOSHER PRODUCTS, -he
favorite of Jewish families from coast to coast.
ONCE AGAIN WE RESOLVE TO:
SAFEGUARD the religious heritage of KASHRUTH;
MAINTAIN-the Wilno standards of highest QUALITY;
PRESERVE faithfully the inimitable WILNO FLAVOR;
JUSTIFY-the confidence placed in our INTEGRITY.
KASHRUTH sup.rvition under 2 prominent Orthodox R.bbit: Rabbi Eeru Rabinowitz and Rabbi Ban Zion Roxnthal and 7 steady Mashgichim (guardian*).
With a sincere prayer for WORLD PEACE, we wish our Rabbit.
all Rabbis everywhere, our dealers, customers and Jewish
people the world over
A HAPPY, HEALTHFUL, PROSPEROUS AND PEACEFUL
NEW YEAR!
WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
OF CHICAGO
LOCAL PLANT:
2181 NORTHWEST 10th AVE., MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone: FRanklin 1-6551

TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman
A Happy New Year to All
MEAD CONTAINERS
Div. of Mead Corporation
3600 NW 59th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GKH1INGS TO ALL
\u-\ri SI1;\S m iiualiiW
1688 Alton Road Phone JE 4-4382
NtAM LINCOLN ROAD
ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
Earl V. Wilson Company
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
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fJewisltlkx-kfibn
Friday, September 20,11.963
Holiday Greetings To Our Friends
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
of Miami Shores
WITH A TRUST DEPARTMENT
95th Street at N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami Shores, Florida
e
PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
125th Street at N. E. 10th Avenue North Miami, Florida
e
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
of North Miami Beach
N. E. 162nd St. at W. Dixie Hwy. N. Miami Beach. Florida
e
PEOPLES
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
33rd Avenue at N. W. 79th Street
Miami, Florida
PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK
N. W. 7th Avenue at 135th Street North Miami, Florida
To Be Opened For Business Before Sovember 1963
THE OPERA GUILD
OF
GREATER MIAMI
Wiih.s all its Members of th. Jewish Faith
A Vary Happy, Prosperous and Healthy New Year
AKTUP.O Dl FILtfPI
Artistic Director nd General Manaper
MIAMI SANATORIUM
AND NEUROLOGY INSTITUTE
FOR TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL and PSYCHIATRIC
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PRIVATE ROOMS CAPACITY LIMITED
RATES ARE FLEXIBLE
17831 N.E. Miami Ct. PL 7-1824 or PL 4-5354!
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
THE WILLIAM J. BURNS
INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, INC
"COMPUTE DiTKTIVE SERVICE"
Room 915, 111 N.E. 2nd Ave. CONGRESS BUILDING
DIAL FR 1-3934
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
PEE WEE BOTTLING CO.
OF FLORIDA
788 SE 8th Street, Hialeah TU 8-9883
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SCOTTIE QUALITY CLEANERS
245 NE 59rh STREET Ph. PL 9-2324
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PARKS AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
740 N.W. 25th STREET Phone NE 4-6178
CLARK -SNYDER PHARMACY
Professional Prescription Service Prompt Drug Delivery
ALTON RD. at 41st ST. JE 4-2978
The National Council of Jewish Women
By MRS. RAYMOND RUBIN, PresMeatt
Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
THE purpose of the National Council of Jewish
Women for 70 years has been to lead and edu-
cate Jewish Women for action to advance human
welfare and democracy. The Greater Miami Sec-
tion of National Council of Jewish Women with
a 2.400 membership has been the standard bearer
of this i-lealogy since 1918.
We ire part of the southern Interstate Re-
gional and International Council of Jewish Women.
We are aftiliated with Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Our Section, through eight and one-half divi-
sions, woiks to meet the needs in the commun-
ity by programs of service and social action. It
also educates and serves overseas. We had 1,800
members that actively served in this program.
Program Acceleration
Our Public Affairs program is being acceler-
ated this year. We believe the challenges of
yesterday have through apathy and indifference
become highly explosive issues of today: that our
country is facing a moral crisis and we arc going
to do something about it. On October 23, 1963, at
the Dupont Plaza, we are having a Civil Rights
Forum. Speakers will be Rev. Theodore Gibson,
director of the NAACP; Bill Baggs, editor, Miami
News; and moderator, Seymour Samet.
A NCJW School for Community Action on
January S. 15 and 22 will analyze the problems of
equality of education, the needs of school drop-
outs, youth unemployment and the total goal of
a better deal for minority groups. Leaders and
educators will participate and guide us to urgent-
ly-needed action.
Our Community Services are service to visual-
ly handicapped in public schools: braille, bindery,
library, educational aids, large type typing, and
teachers aids; monies raised by donations; ser-
vice to hearing handicapped and physically handi-
capped in public schools; teacher aids; service
to senior citizens at Jewish Home for Aged and
Senior Day Centers; recreational and educational
group activities.
At Kendall Hospital, Council gives Out-patient
Clinic assistance. In the area of New Americans,
Council is involved at attedance at naturalization
proceedings, and offers technical and profession-
al assistance. In the area of scholarship at the
University of Miami, three Council tuition loans
sie matched by a fourth from the university.
Monies are raised by donations and special funds.
Our Community Service Voltunteers are trained,
and we honor those who serve with special awards.
We served in 13 catagories with 330 volunteers,
who gave more than 10,000 service hours. Our
V
MRS. RAYMOND RUBIN
volunteers assist with the Combined Jew; >,i Ap-
peal and United Fund drives.
Overseas Aid
Our Ways and Means assistance is suppled by
two Thrift Shops. One of these receives furniture
and large household appliances through our own
pick-up service. We reward our volunteers for
contributing hours, clothing and furniture by an
Angel Luncheon. Last year over 700 women were
Angels.
Our current goal is to live out the iaeals of
our Code of Personal Commitment:
"The right of equal opportunity regardless
of race or creed is my concern. And I will per-
sonally practice my belief in equality and will
oppose discrimination so long as prejudice exists
in my coirmunity, my country or any part of the
world."
Home for the Aged
Continued from Page 7-E
Hashona greetings to the thousands throughout
Dade County who have been so loyal and gun-
to my fellow officers, board members and our
wonderful women's auxiliaries, and New Year's
greetings to them. Without their leadership, help
and generosity, the Home could never have ad-
vanced to its present high status. And, finally.
I express our earnest thanks to the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and the United Furvi, from
which we icceive deficit financing annually, and
without whose help it would be difficult to func-
tion adequately at Douglas Gardens.
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125th Street
MI. 110 CIMINT
Na
DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO.
Extends Season's Greetings
to All His Friends and Patrons
394 E. 10th Court
Phone TU 5-1454
TO ALL GREETINGS
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
NE 33201
"RICHARD "DICK" BBtniSOlf
And AmoctM
/*.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI FISH & LOBSTER CO.
SMITTY'S
GARAGE
(THE ORIGINAL)
PAINTING ft BODY WORK
Specializing in
Diesel Trucks
3145 NW 54th STREET
Phone NE 5-5253
S71I HW. 7th AHM
mtO*"t
Wofe/s, Restaurants and Institutions Upplhd
Phone PL 4 3667
To All Happy New Year
Walter Haas Advertising Co.
"SIGN PAINTING"
1450 N.E. 130th STREET
PHONE 758-5841


Friday. September 20. 1963
+Jew is* tkrirn^r
The Miami Bureau of Jewish Education
Continued from Pte 2-E fj,
in the area of Greater Miami and Hollywood of
cral-RcfOtm, two afe Yiddish Shuls, one is Re-
congtructiOOiM, and the remaining 21 schools are
Conservative. The total registration of these
schools ia 10.340. The Bureau publishes a stan-
dard curriculum for all the schools, but encourages
experimentation and variations. In the past few
Mar. the Bureau has extended the curriculum of
the Hebrew department to six years under its
special fix-year flexible program. Most schools are
therefore iollowing the program of four years
ol elementary Hebrew education and two years
of junior high education. Graduates of the junior
high department are eligible to enter the Central
Hebrew High School sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education in various geographical areas
of the Lommunity.
To stimulate a feeling of total community,
the Bureau sponsors several inter-school activities,
a ai the close of the school year, each school is
expo." to the Bureau's annual testing program
in the varioua subject areas of the curriculum.
Last year, 6.438 tests were administered in 25
school! 'rom grades five through 10 in the one-
day-a week departments and in grades on through
six Ji Hebrew department.,
Bible Contest Spoonsored
Bureau sponsors, in cooperation with the
Ii, p. nil of Education and Culture of the Jew
ish A) icy and World Jewish Bible Society, the
N'ati Bible Contest for our area. The Bureau
plan: i ch year a gala rally for Jewish schools
! of the Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
I.;ist year, in order to make this rally
mioi i i .live, an inter-school Keren Ami Council
ned with representatives from all schools
meet al the Bureau building on a regular bi-
month basis. The school campaign, through a
special illetin of educational materials published
b> i ii-rau, makes the Jewish child conscious
-ponsibility to the community and brings
nter-school cooperation.
."' Bureau offers annually its Essay-Art Con-
tesl ;,ll schools. Last year, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation co-sponsored this event on the
iub i 1 "What My Jewish Community Means
to \..
Bureau further sponsors an inter-school
llebn Vocabularly Bee for Hebrew departments
of al1 .hools in order to raise the standards of
llehn achievement in the schools and to im-
plen i the Bureau's mandatory word lists for
the .. mis grades.
In lurther attempt to elevate standards in
Hh isb schools, the Bureau has begun to im-
plen i an accreditation program for Hebrew
iday School departments. The qualifica-
Three teachers are honored for 25 years of
service to the Jewish community. Left to
right are Louis Gadon, C a n to r Maurice
Mamches. and David Freedman. The Bu-
the cornestone of Jewish education.
tions for accredition call for high standards in
administration, curriculum, teaching staff and
physical facilities. In September. 1964 the Bureau
will issue certificates of accreditation to all
schools which meet the provisions outlined in the
accreditation program.
Tto stimulate parent-teacher relations within
schools, the Bureau sponsors the Council of Par-
ent Teacher Associations with representation from
12 Parent Teacher associations of Jewish schools.
This year the annual workshop theme was "Adult
Education for Your Child."
The Eureau brings together each year the
graduates of the junior high departments sf iho
Hebrew schools of the community and includes
them in its graduation exercises of its Central
Hebrew High School. Last year. 54 graduates of
the Junior high departments of seven congre-
gations and 17 graduates of the Central Hebrew
High School, received their diplomas on May 27
in a program celebrating the fifteenth anniver-
sary of the State of Israel.
Jewish Book Month
To raise the cultural level of the commun-
ity, the Bureau initiates each year the national
celebration of Jewish Book Month, including book
reviews, book exhibits, television programs and
open forums. The Bureau provides free book
review services and assists in programs for this
event to the many Jewish organizations of the
communny The Bureau sponsors the television
Continued on Page 15-E
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Charlie's Furniture & Fix-It Store
Large & Small Appliance Repair
IF IT CAN BE FIXED WE CAN REPAIR IT"
5421 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 751-7627
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Paul E Moncada Barber Shop
3 CHAIRS NO WAITING
EXPERT HAIR CUTTING FLAT TOPS
PATIENCE WITH THE CHILDREN
16772 S. Dixie Highway Ph. 235-9968
GREETINGS
ARCH'S
MARKET
The Best the Market Affords
At Reasonable Prices"
1700 NW 4th COURT
FR 1-8890
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Interstate Unit Door & Millwork Co.
UNIT DOORS
674 West 27th Street Ph. 888-0701
Hialeah, Florida
GREETINGS
Weaver
RexaU
Drug
Stores
599 NW 62nd St.
744 NE 2nd Ave.
599 NW 62nd St.
'7H1 Caret W*y
5901 NE 2nd Air*.
5725 Bird Rod
PL 8-9936
FR 9-9918
PL 7-1202
HI 6-7621
PL 4-3414
MO 1-6691
GREETINGS
LEE'S TACKLE,
Inc.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th STREET
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
Pagel3-E
The Officers and Directors and Staff
of the
BANK OF KENDALL
Extend their best wishes for
a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year
t^Tjank of 8601 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, MIAMI
KENDALL 56, FLORIDA
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation'
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
from the
General Development
Corporation
Builders of Finer Florida Communities
WRITE 2820 CORAL WAY
or
CALL HI 4-8371 for Information
May the New Year
be filled
with the blessings
of Peace, Health
and Happiness
to All
y
^
l*ia oaoc boulcvarb
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
JIFriMON 2-OB2A
d\
PUNIIUL OmiCTOR
A
PtST CONTROL SERVICE-Termile Prooling-fomigating-Hlolh Proofing
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE, INC.
DON'T TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
3555 SW 29th TERRACE Phone HI 6-6401
f f t I Ml 11
Man*vlla Upholstering Shop
SHpewntt Drapes Msprtmit Cornicd
3195 SW 18th STREET HI 3-7558
SMALL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
Eden Roc Hotel 4525 Collins Ave.
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO 411 OUR MINDS AMD ACQUAINTANCES MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS SHAFKIN
1903 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH


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MMBMWMi
Friday, September 20, 1963
Our sincere wishes to
everyone for a year of
Peace, Health and Happiness


MIAMI'S
OLDEST CHlVROLtT
DEALfR
ILUJ BY
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MIAMI
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
BOSTON
DAYTONA BEACH
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IJcallJEfferson 1-7677 Ltf FUNERAL HOME ^ 1333 DADE BOULEVARD ^P Edward T. Newman. F.D. >

In the book of life, blessing, peace and good
sustenance, may we be remembered and inscribed
before Thee, we Thy People Israel, together with
all mankind, for a happy life and peace. AMEN.
Tlie High Holy Day Prayer Bool;.
rrott rxmf?
1963
5724
THE PERSONNEL OF
WEINKLES
Liquor Stores
WISHES EVERYONE
A Most Happy A>*r Y-ear
Established 1935
22 STORES SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
It is again a Pleasure To Extend
Season's Greetings To All
ABE \l I IMil IU.
TO ALL GREETINGS
SNOW'S JEWELERS
JEWELRYDAMONDSWATCH REPAIRING
5398 PALM AVE. (Next to Food Fair) Ph. MU 5-2704
1* All ... A Most Happy New Year
WEATHER-TIGHT COMPANY
PUMPS
1812 NORTH LE IEUNE ROAD
PHONE NE 4-0731
The ADL Mission Here in South Florida
Continued from Page 3-E
cases heretofore undiscovered and new cases, too.
Item: In Dade County, a new, plush neighbor-
hood has turned out to be operative under the
old, offensive restrictions again Jews. No Rock-
wells live there, just nice people. Their values
however concerning Jewsthat they are undesir-
ablediffer only in degree from the crude anti-
Semites'. What is disquieting here is that this is
a new residential development, without the "ex-
cuse" of old restrictions, running with an old deed,
lem: In another community, it develops that Jews
may not be members of the real estate board.
Item: In another, that Jews may not purchase
in a given cooperative apartment. Here, among
so-called communal leaders, the "better people,"
is the seed lrom which grow the weeds of low-
brow anti-Semitism.
An ADL Mission
Reference to anti-Semitism, domestic variety,
suggests the subject of West Germany. The Anti-
Defamalion League of B'nai B'rilh has been sought
out by the Federal Republic. West Germany's
government, as the very synonym of combatting
prejudice. The Bonn government has invited an
ADL mission to study its pro-democratic and anti-
prejudice programs in German schools, univer-
sities, the army, youth groups, labor organizations,
government agencies, etc. The purpose'.' To eval-
uate these programs and to make such recommen-
dations for implementation as ADL"s experience
suggests. As we celebrate the Rosh Ilashona hol-
iday and. indeed, as this report is being read
by Jewish Floridian readers, our Florida director,
Nate Perlmutter, is in Germany as a member of
the League's mission.
Imoortant as this overseas program is. the
hard core of the ADL's educational program is
America-centered. During the past year, this
state has been subjected to anti-Semitic tracts,
flyers, speeches, stickers, pamphlets, and record-
ings by the professional as well as amateur bigots
who are exploiting the race issue. In addtiion,
the reaction of many decent people to the Su-
preme Court's decisions on religious practices in
the schools has revealed a core of confusion con-
cerning general Jewish opposition to religion in
the schools.
Grass Roots Work
So it is that the Florida Council of Churches
and the ADL co-sponsored a retreat in Orlando of
representative Christians and Jews. The dia-
logue, deigned to establish grass roots communi-
cation among clergy and laiety. was a "first" in
our state and already has brought understanding
where irritation previously dwelled, and substitut-
ed personalized confrontations and discussion for
smarting resentments Workshops lor clergy,
educators and communal leaders were sponsored
by ADL. with co-sponsorship by such groups as
Ministerial Associations, civic groups, and com
munal leaders, in Tmpa and. in.Daytona Beach,
not only to counteract the propaganda of bigots,
but to piopound the positive values of Brother-
hood.
In addition to the scores of communities ser-
viced by ADL in Florida, our fact-finding and in-
vestigative apparatus has been tried to its capac-
ity by the demands of the times. Infiltrated into
the so-called "radical right" are numbers of per-
sons who only yesterday Were engaged with or-
ganizations of concern to the League. That these
persons are now working with '"reputable" or-
ganizations is no indication that they have be-
come respectable. Rather have we seen that they
are camouflaging themselves. To be alert to the
danger of the radical right, no less so than to
the danger of the radical left, has been the chal-
lege which ADL must, in the interests of Jewish
security, successfully meet.
Our space here is limited. 1 must perforce
touch only upon the highlights of our concerns
N'o limitation of space, however, should permit
me to overlook my indebtedness to such stalwarts
as Sam A. Goldstein, chairman of our Executive
Committee. Paul Seiderman. my colleague from
Florida on ADL's National Commission, and Leon
ard L. Abess, our honorary chairman locally, as
well as of the national commission. Our indebt-
edness too, to Nate Perlmutter and Arthur Spiegel,
director and associate director of Florida's ADL
office, executors of the polcy set by our Execu-
tive Committee.
L'Shana Tova.
Ml Sinai Hospital
Continued from Page S-E
patients and to our hospital beyond not only "the
call of duty," but one for which there are not
ample words of praise.
Our administrative staff, guided by Samuel
Gertner. our executive director, and our hospital
family of over 900 emplyees, deserve accolades
for their loyalty, skills and deep interest in
humanity.
Each year at Mount Sinai Hospital we are
given an opportunity to fulfill the very reason
for our existencededication to the relief of
human suffering. During 1962 and 1963, I strong
ly believe that we continued to maintain these
ideals and the high expectations of those who first
brought tiie hospital into being. I am confident
that with our plans for the future, we will con
tinue to fulfill these obligations and meet the chal
lenge of tomorrow with vigor and distinction.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
C. R. I.
AIR CONDITIONING
& REFRIGERATION
SERVICE
1102 N.W. 79th STREET
Ph. 754-3332
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
VILLAGE
CUSTOM BODY &
PAINT GARAGE
Corvette Repairs
American Custom Restyling
Sport Cars
766 E. 10th STREET
Hialeah
Ph. TU 7-2933
GREETINGS
NORTH SHORE
TELEVISION & RADIO
SALES SERVICE RENTALS
316-72nd STREET
Miami Beach
UN 6-5880
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
GLEN FEWELL BOB MORGAN
LITHO GRAPHIC, INC.
LITHOGRAPHERS QUALITY PLUS SERVICE
861 W. 17th Street Hialeah, Fla.
Phone 887-8432
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
Harris Paving and Construction Co.
PAVING CONTRACTOR
Road Building Clearing Excavating Grading
Storm Drainage Equipment Rental
"FOR SERVICE CALL"
HARRIS PAVING
4275 S.W. 73rd Ave. MO 7-6459
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
AERO SPACE ASSOCIATES
"AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES"
147 Wright Road Opa Locka Airport
%>


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Friday. September 20. 1963.
tJbgfafl fk*'*0>w
Page }&E
Federation as a Total Community Concept
Continued from Page IE
United StatM Government and from the State
of Florida, and looks forward to new strides in
its program of vocational rehabilitation for the
aged and for the physically and emotionally handi-
capped. The Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
vice, in conjunction with the Jewish Children's
Service of Atlanta, is making a dream of a group
treatment home for emotionally-disturbed children
;i New Year reality.
With more Jewish families on the move over-
teal than at any time since World War II, the
responsibilities of Combined Jewish Appeal and
Federation will be key factors in the saving of
Jewish lives and the resettlement of Jewish fam-
ilies. Refugees from Algeria and Moslem coun-
tries who have swelled France's population to
double its size and families hoping to reach the
State of Israel will be continued responsibilities
in the new year.
The community relations agencies, the Anti-
Defamation League, the American Jewish Com-
mittee, and American Jewish Congress, with the
help of Federation, will again play a vital role
in fostering harmonious relationships between
various groups in our community and continue
the tight against anti-Semitism and prejudice.
Many other programs locally, nationally, and over-
seas, implemented by Federation's support of 57
important agencies, will add to the activity and
the importance of our work in the coming year.
We are Blessed
In the Mew Year of 5724, we of Federation
know that once again our Federation, and I stress
the word "our." will be the only single organiza-
tion serving Jewry, not only in so many vital ways,
but ;ilso in all areas from our local community
throughout our entire nation and throughout the
tree world
As we inscribe our dear onse in the Book of
Life for a New Year, we of Federation want to
assure the inscription of a year of health and
well-being for all in our community. We are
blessed with the opportunity of making this in-
scription in the communal Book of Life a reality.
aiul it is our challenge in the New Year to assure
.! major iircakthrough in unification of our com-
munity ai.cl in support of our campaign for local,
national, and overseas agencies.
As we inscribe our dear ones in the Book of
happiness, we hope too that you will share with
others th- benefits of a good life in our Miami
community by dedicating your personal efforts to
help those icss fortunate around the corner and
around the world through Federation and Com-
I Jewish Appeal.
Two young immigrants in Israel hold their
heads high with pride as they look forward
to the future. Once homeless and oppres-
sed, their resettlement was made possible
through Combined Jewish Appeal and Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal. They, and many others
like them, will continue to be on the move to
Israel and to France in record numbers dur-
ing the new year.
Jewish Education
Continued from Page 13-E
program, Living Hebrew," which will open its
Sixth season in October of this year. "Living He-
brew" is regarded as an outstanding language
feature on Station WTHS, Ch. 2.
Intensive Hebrew Ulpan classes are organiz-
ed by the Bureau on the Beach offering classes
in elementary, intermediale and advanced He-
brew.
The Bureau cooperated with community or-
ganizations in its lecture and adult education pro-
gram of the year with Beth David Congregation.
Beth Torah Congregation, Union of American He-
brew Congregations, United Synagogue. Jewish
National Fund. Home for the Aged, and with B'nai
B'rith.
Thus, the Bureau of Jewish Education reaches
for its goalto provide Jewish educational oppor-
tunity to all age levelschildren, youth and
adult.
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JAMES H. HENDRIE
Your School Board Member
Holiday Greetings from
MIAMI'S BRIGHT NEW DEALER
SUNSHINE PONTIAC
(So. Dixie Hwy.) U.S. 1 (at SW 67th Ave.)
Phone 667-7501
GREETINGS .
NELSON MORTGAGE COMPANY, Inc.
F *ST MORTGAGE LOANS ONIY
inc.* CORRESPONDENT FOR 20
'"SURANCE COMPANIES AND BANKS
DRIVl-IN TCUHt WINDOW
NIGHT DEPOSITORY
FHA LOANS
V A LOANS
' CONVENTIONAL LOANS
CONSTRUCTION LOANS
-FREE INSPECTION-
OFF STREET PARKING
HI 4-1691
299 SW 27th AVE.
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
POSHHAWS
VI hi; SE ItVK I
STATION
IGNITION SPECIALISTS
Complete Automotive Service
153 N.E. 167th STREET
Ph. 947-9334
North Miami Beach
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GOUGHTLY
HROS.. MXC.
Land Clearing & Heavy
Equipment Rental
10470 S.W. 187h STREET
CE 5-1206 -CE 5-3722
Perrine, Fla.
Member: Mortgage Banker* Association of America
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
BsmWmW&i
srrop
521 -41st STREET
JE 1-3722
Gftofifo Q4ew Qfear
\
l o i/o I* and van is .
s
(Jennie ^yrossingef
and C/ann/t;
Happy New Year
To Our Many Friends
MIAMI HOMESTEAD
HIALEAH ST. PETERSBURG
S. MIAMI # GAINESVILLE
LAKE WORTH
PINELLAS PARK
PENSACOLA
CAFETERIAS
Best Wishes and Greetings
on the New Year .
BANK of MIAMI BEACH
937 Washington Avenue
Member Ftdtrol DuMtM /nsYro/.ce Corp.
SEASON'S BEST TO ALL
A. LEVA
OPA LOCKA
SILICA SAND Inc.
1850 N. BURLINGTON ST.
OPA LOCKA, FLA.
Phones: MU 1-4683 MU 1-4861
561 N.E. 79th ST. Off ice Ph. 759-4324
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
GREETINGS
ROCKY'S LINCOLN TOWER BARBER SHOP
"We Welcome Appointments"
AIR CONDITIONED MANICURIST
1300 LINCOLN ROAD Pti. 538-8161
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT
7143 N. Miami Ave. Phone PL 4-87331
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
IOM.II. CLINIC PHARMACY
1633 N.W. 35th Street Conger BuUdistf
PHONE NE 5-6723
VAL DAYTON. Owner




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Friday. September 20, 1963
GREFTINGS...
WEBB CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY
We Help Build Greater Miami
INDUSTRIAL SPECIALISTS
16301 N.W. 15th AVENUE
Ph. 624-8484
CDBI0MSH0P
7.
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
For that Unusual Antique
OPEN 11 to 5
MONDAY
through
SATURDAY
Open All Summer
(y& HI 4-7234
ED ROBINSON and BILL BELL
INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND BROWSE
AROUND LOTS TO SEE AND BUY.
247 MALAGA AVE.
CORAL GABLES
7 Blocks South of Miracle Mile between Ponce & LeJeune.
SHELLEY TRACTOR &
EQUIPMENT CO.
Bucyrus-Erie Co. Cleveland Trenchers
CMC Buffalo-Springfield
8000 N.W. 103rd STREET
Miami, Florida
Phone: 821-4040
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SENIOR CITIZENS
AN IDEAL
RESIDENCE
PLAN FOR
PER MONTH
per PERSON
: N,riATL|P^RkC?D.,^ETEEU,BRAR,!fLUDE$ DEL,C,0U, """*"
FREE PAKKIN6H UBRARY|--------Writ. f f,.. utnrt^
Phone
JE 2-5433
FINE
FOOD
540 WEST AVE.
MIAMJJEACItLJLA I
Holiday Greetings \||
KLE4THO\ u
mqcmmm
2701 N.W. 42nd A", =sue
Phone NE 5-04 .
Miami, Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETl J3
iiAKERY
THE TIEFEN BRCS
772 N.W. 183rd S~>:CT
Miami
NA 1-3870
BEST WISHES FOB
A VERY HAPP
NEW YEAP.
THE
lamplights;
JOE & NANC
716 5th STRE"
JE 8-1738
4.1 OK4.I I .
ONETT
EXTENDS GREET 55
to the
JEWISH COMAAU '
on the
NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREE"' 3S
CENTER
PHARMAC
Phone PL 1-292 *
Prescription Specie sfs
9723 N.E. 2na Avmbm
Dir. Opp. Shores Jra i're
to all greet:: :-s
AIM III'll
SPRA1
sebvici;
LAWN SPRAYIN3
8025 S.W 99th AVENUE
Call Ralph 271--"
31 r. and Mrs.
Ilaviri Brown
and I Jimilv
WISH ALL THZ r
RELATIVES A.*"
FRIENDS A
HAPPY NEW Yl 13
Holiday Greeting: : -"
Our Many Friends ar: :J'rons
RIVIERA PHARMACY
4720 11 ilUNE RO'J
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h Leaving The Ark!
JL^emeon of JL^ovc By TRUDE DUB
COME :;iousands of years ago, there livcil In
Judea two learned men. From morning un
"' night, they studied God's word and tried 10
Please him in the way of their life. They did
"' deeds for the needy, helped the widow
1,1 tin* orphan, and were much praised in the
community.
Bui in -ach man's heart there was an ugly
iivi-a tiny flame of hatred for each other.
I was only a little flame, but from time to time
" burned quite fiercely.
When people said. "Reb Isaac is a pious
",an." Rrb Shmuel was jealous; and whenever
'** Isaac heard the other man's wisdom prais
"l|. he
went quite green with envy.
And God. who
sees
all things, saw into the
hearts of his two servants and appeared to them
both in a dream, saying: "Cast out the hatred
from your heart or you will die."
Next morning Reb Shmuel started to fast.
He prayed and fasted all day. but at the end
of the day, when people came m to him and
praised Reb Isaac for his piety, he grew angry
again. And the same thing happened in Reb
Isaac's house.
And again God appeared to them both to
a dream and said: "Purge the hatred from your
hearts or you will die."
So they fasted again for all the next day.
but again the same thing happened; and God
saw at the end of the day they still hated and
envied each other.
On the third day. Reb Shmuel cried out
in anguish: "Oh God, who movest mountains,
help me tor I cannot purge my heart. I have
been a good servant to Thee, kept all Thy pre-
cepts, fulfilled all the mitzvoth. I have loved
Thee with all my heart, help me to love my
neighbor."
And a similar cry went up to God from Reb
Isaac's lips. And God grew very sad. "I have
given you reason." he said to the two men. "I
have given you understanding, which distinguishes
you from the wild beast. You are the masters
of your own hearts."
An,! a' the end of the third day. both men
wave dead.
They were buried next to each other. On the
grave of Heb Shmuel a young birch tree started
to sprout, and a slim ash is growing on the other.
Their branches are stretching towards each other,
and soon they will touch. And when the wind
blows through them, you can hear them whisper:
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Friday, September 20,
The Dubner Maggid Taught by Example
By DR. H. RABINOWICZ
THE kins of the Maggidim. Rabbi Jacob b. WolfJ
Kranz (1741-1804). was popularly known asf
the Dubner Maggid. H.s contemporaries Rabb.
Jonathan Ebbershutz, Rabbi Eliezer Fleckles and
Rabbi Ju-lah b. Bezalel. were outstanding preach-
ers Rabbi Krantz occupied posts in Messentz.
Wlodawa. Kalisch and Zanmsc. He has come down
to posterity as the Maggid of Dubno-a town in
Volhvnia where he spent 18 years. He was the
most popular preacher ol his generation. Even
Rabbi Elijah b. Solomon, the Wilna Gaon (1720-
1779). enjoyed his company and delighted in his
homilies, lie made use of the "masbarthe par-
ablethe homely illustration to drive home his
lesson and through them a niche in the hearts of
his peopk'. A few examples of his methods will
suffice.
We read in Deuteronomy (Chap. XIII) "All
this word which I commend you, ye shall observe
to do: thou shalt not add thereto nor diminish
from it.-' The Dubner comments: "We can well
understand the anxiety of the Lawgiver lest the
people diminish from it and fail to observe one
of the 613 commandments. What, however, is
the purpose of stressing -Thou shalt not add?" Is
there harm in being over meticulous in the tul
fillment of God's Law?"
The Days of Awe
With a "mashal" he illuminated the Biblical
passage. A man once asked his neighbor for the
loan of a pot. On the following day. the borrower
gratefully returned two pots. "Why are you giv-
ing me two pots? Surely I only gave you one."
"The pot you gave me," was the rejoinder,
"gave birth to another pot." Some time later
the same man borrowed a bowl, and again he
returned two with the explanation that the bowl
begot another one. Eventually he asked lor the
loiin of a pair of expensive silver candlesticks.
Some time elapsed, and th;> precious objects were
not retur.ied. Anxiously the lender inquired for
them. "My friend," he was solemnly told. "1
regret to inform you that the candlesticks are
dead."
"My candlesticks are dead! How can inani-
mate objects die?"
Well, you believed that the pot and lbs
bowl had given birth to pots and bowls; you can
also believe thai candlesticks are mortal Sim-
ilarly," concluded the Dubner Maggid, "if one
adds to the Laws, (here is the danger thai oni
might eventually detract from them."
On Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur, the Dub-
ner brought home to his listeners the true sig
nificance of the "Days of Awe." There was once
a peasant who lived in the country. He was
simple, unsophisticated, entirely unworldly. Once
he ventured to visit the city ol Minsk. He felt
A 400-year-old Torah from Yemen and other
scolls of ancient Jewish communities in the
Middle East were on display at Bank Leumi
le-Israel during the outgoing Hebrew Yenr
5723 in the bank's office on Wall St., New
York. Communities include Iraq, Yemen,
Iran, and Morocco.
almost intoxicated with the sights ol the big
town, the houses,'the streets, the shops; a ne
world was opening before his very eyes. Suddenly
he observed a man beating a very large drum
On Inquiring, he was told that a fire had broken
out in the town. The peasant was greatly im-
pressed. With all his available resources he pur
chased a big drum, and returned happily to his
native village. The local villagers were athirst
lor news. He was overwhelmed with question
and many earnestly and persistently solicited lor
impressions of town life. The peasant, however,
was not responsive.
Nothing would induce him to part with hi>
newly acquired knowledge Eventually he said
"Wail till a lire breaks out I have a new method
[or putting oul fires." His wish was fulfilled
sooner than he had dared to hope A fire broke
out in the village. The inhabitants ol the village
were aboul to rush for buckets and water, To
their amazement, they were obstructed by the
peasant, "1 have a new way oi puttii
he exclaimed. He brought oul his drum and in-
cessant!) began to beat it Naturally the entrn
village was burred down. The peasant then
realized, alas too late, thai the drum was mere!)
a method ol arousing the people, and that by it-
Continued on Pabe 7-F
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jixty Years After the Kishinev Pogrom
By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
JOHN Hay, Secretary of State under Presidents
Willlanr "TTcKinTey and" Theodore" "Roosevelt,
gained a permanent place in American history
as the chief interpreter of American foreign pol-
icy under two Administrations. He wrote his
name in indelible fashion in Jewish history with
his intercession on behalf of the Jews of Rumania,
and later in his representations against Russian
persecution of Jews.
In an earlier Administration, he was Acting
Secretary of State under President Rutherford B.
Hayes, and the* Russian and Rumanian questions
first came to the fore at that time. On October
22, 1880, he pressed for religious toleration in a
note regarding "the expulsion of American citi-
zens from Russian cities on no other ground than
profession of the Hebrew faith."
On August 11, 1902, he wrote a note stating
that the United States "is constrained to protest
against the treatment to which the Jews of Ru-
mania are subjected, not alone because it has
u'.iinpeachable grounds to remonstrate against
Ihe resultant injury to itself, but in the name of
humanity." It was a protest against the violation
. Rumania of the Berlin Treaty of 1878 under
huh Jews were to be accorded protection by
Rumania.
Great Humanitarian
The sixtieth anniversary of the tragic events
that resulted in the Kishinev pogrom in Russia,
;n 1903. again brings to public memory the activi-
ties of John Hay. He did not succeed in secur-
ing assurances from Russia that there would be
better protection for the Jews of Russia, but he
had interceded, and President Theodore Roosevelt
in concert with him, expressed horror over the
Kishinev happenings.
The manner of John Hay's approach to the
sue at that time remains a subject for discussion
W this very day. History views him as a great
humanitarian. He certainly was a friend of
Jewry, and an opponent of all manifestations of
bigotry. He knew a bit ftf Hebrew and he mas-
tered the Bible and Jewish history. When the
relief fund was started in behalf of oppressed Ru-
manian Jews, he sent a personal contribution of
$500.
Against Crime Prevention
But it was felt by some, including some of
the Jewish leaders of that period, that he had
not acted firmly enough during the Kishinev trag-
edy, and in a letter to Jacob H. Scbiff, May 30,
JOHN HAY
limit of Expediency
1903. with regard to the Russian atrocities, he
wrote:
"1 feci precisely as you do in regard to it. but
you are free to express your feelings and I am
not."
This was an expression of honesty. Never-
theless, those who seek action without reserve be-
lieve that expediency is wrong at any and all
times. This may have some relevancy to other
situations that have come up in our history, and
perhaps it is applicable also to the time of Hit-
ler: people disapproved of what was happening,
but they could not speak up expediently. There
were political considerations.
B'nai B'rith had prepared a statement for
presentation to the Russian Czar in protest against
the Kishinev massacre. Secretary of State Hay
then said: "The fact that no civilized government
has yet taken action would bid us to proceed
with caution."
In this statement we have, black on white,
proof of recurring "eternal caution" which of-
ten militates against prevention of repetitive
crimes against humanityof genocide that is so
abhorrent to humanity.
President Theodore Roosevelt did receive a
B'nai B'rith-organized delegation that protested
against the Kishinev pogroms and he told them:
"In any way by which beneficial action may be
taken, it will be taken, to show the sincerity of
the historic American position."
But all we had was a petition which was re-
jected, and in the meantime, the Russian Am-
bassador to the United States at the time, Count
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Touro Synagogue Alter Two Centuries
By THEODORE M. LEWIS
IN the picturesque city ol Newport, R.I., there
stands afl historic edifice, the Touro Syna-
gogue, which testifies eloquently to the early set-
tlement of Jews in America. It is an unpreten-
tious building, set back from the street, yet it
is so typically colonial that it attracts the atten-
tion and the admiration of all passers-by.
In the Spring of 1658, fifteen Spanish Portu-
guese Jewish families arrived in Newport. His-
torians ire not 'agreed as to the point of origin
of these early Jewish settlers. Some are of the
opinion that they came from Holland, others be-
lieve that they came from New York. The view
most widely held, however, is that they came
from Curacao, in the West Indies. This is most
plausible as trade was frequent between the West
Indies and Newport in the 17th century and, no
doubt, the sailors from Newport-based merchant
vessels, extolled the natural beauty of the city
and the advantages of life in a free society.
Without Hindrance or Fear
These Jews, some of whom were Marranos.
wanted to start a new life in a land where they
could live as free men and women and practice
the religion of their fathers without hindrance
or fear. They believed this to be possible in the
Colony of Rhode Island and the Providence Plan-
tations because of the assurance of freedom of
religion and liberty of conscience promised by
Gov. Roger Williams to all who came within it-
borders. They were further strengthened in their
hope for religious freedom by the Code of Laws
drawn up in 1647 which concluded with these
words: "And otherwise than what is herein for-
bidden all men may walk as their conscience per-
suades them, everyone in the name of his God.'"
In such a climate of religious freedom these
early settlers hoped to resurrect their broken
lives and to become useful citizens in the New
World and at the same time carry out the prac-
tices and traditions of Judaism.
Funds Finally Obtained
For a hundred years, the members of the con-
gregation, few in number end modest in means.
worshiped in private homes. But by 1759, the
congregalion had substantially increased suffi-
ciently to undertake the building of a synagogue,
which wouid also incorporate provision for the
religious instruction of the young. As this was
The Touro Synagogue, a national historic
shnne under the direction of the Department of
Interior. ,s now 200 years old. The Bicentennial
Tear of the synagogue is now being observed in
many communities. T/ic celebrations will end
May SI. 1964.
- 1
Yeshiva University conducted a Hebre
Language Institute for public and privc: =
school teachers of Hebrew last summer ur.
der the National Defense Education A:
Forty teachers, from throughout the U.S
attended the tuition-free course from July
through Aug. 17.
an ambitious undertaking beyond the mean-
the community, an appeal was addressed to i
congregations for funds.
It is interesting to note that in the Icttt:
appeal to Congregation Shearith Israel in N
York, reference is made to the urgency of pr
curing proper facilities for educational puipo-,-
In this letter, dated March 21, 1759, the Newport
Congregation wrote, "When we reflect on how
much it is our duty to instruct children in the
path of virtuous religion and how unhappy the
portions must be of those children and their par
ents who through necessity, educated in a place
where they must remain totally uninstructed in
oour most Holy and Divine Law, our rites and
ceremonieswe can entertain no doubt of your
/cal to promote this good work."
The appeal was successful, for three month-
later, on June 30, 1759. a lot for the erection of
a synagogue was purchased, on what was then
Griffin Street, from Ebenezer Allen of Sanduicn.
Mass, The architect selected for the work w
the renowned Peter Harrison. There- is no recoi I
hi his having asked for or received payment I
his work. It must have been a labor of love to
him. With consummate skill, he applied his gr
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talents to his assignment and succeeded in erect-
in| a synagogue of outstanding beauty, dignity,
: impressiveness.
The synagogue, built of brick imported from
ingland, stands at an acute angle to the street,
"" is because of the desire to have the Holy
facing towards the East, towards Jerusalem.
The interior architecture is of classical eol-
I style, incorporating fomc features of tradi-
, I Spanish Portuguese synagogues. Some sim-
iiv is evident between the Scphardi syna-
|UC that was erected in Amsterdam. Holland,
075. and the synagogue in Newport, R.I., par-
larly in the seating arrangement and in the
ising columns.
Columns Symbolize Tribes
The columns which support the women's gal-
and the ceiling are 12 in number, and sym-
ze the 12 tribes of Israel. The upper columns
C ninihian and the lower ones Ionic, each
being made out of a solid tree trunk.
Dr. Ezra Stiles, a Congregational Minister in
put and president of Yale University, noted
n- writings that the only furniture in the
agogue at the dedication, in 1763, was the
D-colling around the walls. This was adequate
seating for a congregation that numbered, at that
1 e, about 80 souls.
ispended from the center of the ceiling is a
Ive branched candelabrum. What appears to
be four monk heads can be clearly seen at the
of this Candelabrum. Four other smaller
sa candelabra are suspended from the ceiling
f ning a rectangle around the twelve-branched
These candelabra were the gifts of indivi-
Lils .is were the four tall brass candlesticks on
ti ruling in front of the Ark and the two on the
istrade of the Bimah. The Ner Tamid, the
oal light, was the gift of Samuel Judah in
Other gifts to the synagogue include two
I'y boxes that are affixed to the two columns
the entrance, and a clock which is mounted
women's gallery on the west side, the lat-
t being the pill of Judah Jacobs of London.
i :land, In 176'J.
Underground Tunnel a Mystery
1 unusual feature of the synagogue and one
:h excites much attention is the underground
The entrance to it is at the center of
man. where the cantor stands and leads
ingrcgation in prayer. Many theories have
: advanced as to the purpose of this under
utd passage which never had an exit. It may
have been used for storage. It is suggest-
however, that the, early Jewish settlers in
N vport, who were of Spanish Portuguese stock.
tO have a symbol which would serve as a
ii lei to their children of the persecution their
- had endured during the Inquisition. At
ime time, they would learn to value and
Page 5-F
Retiring chairman of the B'nai B'rith Voca-
tional Service Commission, Dr. Maurice
Jacobs (left), of Philadelphia, offers counsel-
ing on chairmanship to his successor, Mil-
ton Berger, also of Philadelphia, elected to
the post during the outgoing year. Since
last Ro-sh Hashona, the service program
provided individual counseling and group
guidance to some 40,000 persons.
appreciate the freedom they enjoyed in America.
L'ndergrourd passages where Jews assembled for
prayer weie a feature of Jewish life in Spain and
Portugal during the Inquisition.
One of the prized possessions of the Touro
Synagogue is a Sefer Torah, over 400 years old,
which is believed to have been brought from
Amsterdam, Holland. Dr. Ezra Stiles, to whom
we are indebted for much of the early history of
Newport Jewry, records in 1763 that Rev. Isaac
Touro told him that this scroll was then over
200 years eld. The letters are beautifully writ-
ten and are completely legible, even at the pres-
ent time.
Among the silver ornaments for the decora-
tion of the scrolls are two sets of Rimonim which
are the work of Myer Myers, the famous pre-
revolutionary silver craftsman. These are of out-
standing beauty and of exquisite artistry. Of the
three silver breastplates that hang on the scrolls,
one was made in Galicia, Poland, about 200 years
ago. and the third was fashioned in America about
70 years ago. The latter is of beautiful design,
having twelve semi-preeirus stones, with the
name of one of the twelve tribes of Israel engrav-
Continued, on Page 12-F
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Friday. September 20. 1S6]
America and Israel
Relations in 5723
y MILTON FRIEDMAN
Washington
AMERICAN policy in the Near East in the last
** year has contained elements of both reassur
ance and concern to friends of Israel.
Israel faced ominous developments. She wit-
nessed the offensive missile build-up in Egypt and
moves toward an Arab "unity" dominated by dic-
tator Nasser.
The State Department meanwhile sought to
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of Washington with Nasser and lauded his alleged
peaceful tendencies. Diplomats like Chester
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OHersive Missile Program
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Harriman theory. Israel should be grateful for the
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A point made by the Department was that
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would provide an effective defense against low-
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force. But they were of no use against the ground-
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Russia.
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president KiNNEor
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crowded coastal cities. Masses of Israelis would
perish.
Vague Assurances
The population of Israel is slightly over 2,-
000,000. Egypt has almost 30 million. Israel
is not inlcresTccJ in TlquicTahrig masscf'of Egypt-
ians. Israel has no ground-to-ground mlaaJJe or any
other kind except, when it arrives, the anti-air-
craft Hawk.
President Kennedy gave vague reassurances.
One difficulty involved the desire of Washington
not to embarrass West Germany, which it con-
siders the cornerstone of NATO. Little or noth-
ing was done to put the Germans on the spot in
connection with withdraw! of German scientists
from Egypt.
Nasser has received hundreds of millions of
dollars in American loans, grants, and other aid.
He uses his own resources, thus freed, to build
missiles and pay Nazis. Even funds generated
by sale of American surplus food given to Egypt
arc used partially for military purposes.
The State Department ignored congressional
protests and urged new aid to Nasser for the
coming fiscal year Testifying before Congress
for the Department, James P. Grant, Deputy
Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Af-
fairs, said "the Department of States docs not be-
lieve U.S. aid contributes significantly to the Unit-
ed Arab Republic's capacity to acquire armaments
nor would withholding assistance detract appre-
ciably from the capacity.*'
Congressmen realized that whether the Amer-
ican contribution were significant or only mod-
crate, tha American taxpayer helped Egypt buy
Soviet arms, pay Communists for instructing
Egyptian personnel, and compensate Germans,
including Nazis, now working in the Egyptian
military establishments.
Intercession in Yemen
Washington financed the Egyptian build-up in
another way. It was reported that the same
VIcsscrschmitt factory in West Germany which is
currently producing parts for the U.S. F-104 jet
fighter under a NATO contract is producing vital
components for a new Egyptian Mach-2 jet fight-
er.
The State Department line was that severance
of Nasser from the handout list would make him
turn to Moscow. Actually. Egypt obtained mili-
tary equipment and technology not only from
Moscow but simultaneously from West Germany.
Another troublesome aspect of American pol-
icy involved the Egyptian intercession in Yemen.
Washington recognized the pro-Nasser puppet re-
gime while a large section of the Yemeni people
still fought the intruders. This endangered the
pro-Western regimes of Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
The collapse of Jordan, especially, would bring
about a direct confrontation of Israel and Nasser-
ne forces.
To bolster the Saudi Arabian regime the Unit-
ed States thus sent U.S. Air Force units there on
"training exercises." For the first time, Saudi
Arabia tacitly agreed to permit American mili-
tary personnel of Jewish faith to enter the coun-
try.
The U.S. Defense Department said that Jew-
ish members of U.S. military units would partici-
pate along with 'personnel of other faiths in
"joint training" exercises with Saudi forces. How-
ever, Saudi Arabia was quick to deny this ar-
rangement after the official press and radio of
Cairo denounced the Saudis for making "conces-
sions to the Jews."
Egypt, in addition to pursuing a policy of re-
ligious discrimination against Americans of Jew-
ish faith through boycott and blockade opera-
tions, sought to export such bigotry and fasten it
irrevocably on neighboring states, like Saudi
Arabia, which move toward cooperation with
American policies.
Year to be Vigilant
Nasser appealed to anti-Jewish passions in the
Arab wor'd to foment prejudice against American
military personnel of the Jewish faith. This un-
dermined the position of S;.udi Arabia and forced
that country to back down. Nasser played the
same role that "Bull" Connor, bigoted police di-
rector of Birmingham, Ala., took against white
moderates who sought an accommodation on Ne-
gro rights.
Nasser became, in effect, the "Bull" Connor
of the Near East in his attempts to enforce a
policy of segregation, involving American Jews
among United States personnel not even in the
territory ot Egypt, but in a neighboring state.
Many Congressmen saw Nasser as no more
entitled to American taxpayers' dollars than Con-
nor or leaders of the Ku Klux Klan.
American policy toward Israel was insepar-
ably linked with our attitude toward Nasser.
State Department thinkers, convinced that Nasser
represented the wave of the future, would sacri-
fice not only Israel, but Jordan and Saudi Arabia
to support their theory. The main goal of the
department appeared the wooing of Nasser, re-
gardless of cost.
It was a year for the watchmen of Israel to
remain vigilant.
Page 7-F
Dubner Maggid .
Continued from Page 2-F
self it is powerless and no avail. Similarly, con-
tinued the Preacher, "it is not enough to beat
your breasts on Yom Kippur and to recite "For
the transgressions that we have transgressed' .
we have to become truly penitent."
God's Customers
On another occasion, he used another mashal.
'There was once a timber merchant, a Jew, who
Continued on Page 14-F
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Some Torah Breast Plates and Crowns
By EUGENE GROSSMAN
PONDERING the beautiful verse. "This is my
God and I will glorify Him (Ex. 15:2). Rab-
bi Ishmael, one ot the greatest scholars of the sec-
ond century, said: "Can a human being attempt
to glorify his Maker? Obviously then the verse
really suggests that we use beautiful objects in
the performance of His commandments."
The efforts to express love for God through
creating beautiful ceremonial objects for His wor-
ship and His commandments, are as ancient as
Judaism itself. The Mishna records the names
of the proslyte rulers. King Monobaz of Adiabene
and his mother. Queen Helene, who provided
golden handles for all the vessels of the Temple
used on the Day of Atonement, and a golden
Menorah placed over the door of the Sanctuary
(Mishna Yoma 3:10). Immense efforts were made
to produce beautiful Torah scrolls and outstand-
ing ceremonial objects to adorn our God-given
Law.
Torah Breastplates
These beautiful plates are an Askenazic crea-
tion (Askenazim are those Jews whose history is
mainly connected with central and eastern
Europe). The oldest Torah breastplates date
back to 'he 17th century, the great age of the
Baroque, the earliest known having been dedicat-
ed in 1612.
The development of the breastplates from the
beginning of the 17th century involved the use
of an incieasing number of motifs, which are
also found on the Torah Arks and curtains. Even
human figures, mainly those of Moses and Aaron
were intr'duced.
The Torah breastplate shown in the picture
was made in Breslau in the 17th century. It is
silver-gilt and shows Moses and Aaron framing
the two tablets containing the Ten Command-
ments. Beneath is the Hebrew inscription, "Rosh
Hashona. This is one of the most beautiful
plates.
The Jewish Museum in New York City has
a great number of beautiful breastplates, mostly
from the magnificent Harry G. Friedman Collec-
tion.
The Torah Crown
The Jews have a great love for beautiful orna-
ments to embellish the Torah, of which the crown
has always formed an important part of the tradi-
tional East European dressing of the Torah
scrolls which are among the finest ceremonial
objects.
The picture shows a silver crown, partly cilt.
repousse and castwork with two rows of belLs and
semi-precious stones. It was made in Poland, in
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Torah breastplate, silver-gilt, with Hebrt/w
inscription, "Hosh Hashona." Breslau, }~v
century.
the second part of the 18th century and hai
exemption stamp of Lemberg, 1809.
Between arches and pilas'srs are the cr' .Ti-
ed double eagle, lion, stag, rabbi, griifon and i.i-
other eagle. Lower down is a dome with .)
floral designs and animals.
The inscription tells the name of the Moses, son of Isaac Menkes, and his wife R;:
and two dates; one 1765, the other probably ."%.
Also the names of the donor's parents tod
wife. There are quotations from Ex. 17:11 i
the Saying of the Fathers 4:17.
The Harry G. Friedman Collection ot the
New York Jewish Museum has many fine crowri,
some modelled after certain architectural forms
preserving in their ornaments the wreath, pre-
cursor of the crown. This explains the lrei
floral ornamentations of the Torah crowns.
The 29th Psalm may well serve as an eio.
Continued on Pag* 13-F
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Page 9-F
Hebraic Influence on President Adams
By ERWIN FETTERS
fyH March 4, 1W7, President John Adams (1735-
J826) delivered his inaugural address in the
City of Philadelphia, and in concluding, statul:
And may that Being who is supreme over all,
:he Patron of Order, the Fountain of Justice, and
the Protector in all ages of the world of virtuous
liberty, continue His blessing upon this nation and
this Government and give it all possible success
and duration consistent with the ends of His provi-
dence."
On May 24, 1797, during a period of stress
and strain with the Government of France, upon
whom war was to be declared, with the appoint-
ment by President Adams of General George
Washington as Commander-in-Chief of the Army,
Adam* in his answer to the Senate, in which the
i rouble with France and-the negotiations towards
an adjustment with the French Republic were
the main topic, said:
"In a humble reliance on Divine Providence,
wc may rest assured that while we reiterate with
linearity our endeavors to accommodate all our
differences with France, the independence of our
country cannot be diminished, its dignity degrad-
ed or its glory tarnished by any nation or com-
nination of nations, whether friends or enemies.''
Mrcy of Heaven
A Proclamation issued on March 23. 1798, by
President Adams, begins as follows:
"As the safety and prosperity of nations ulti-
mately and essentially depend on the protection
and the blessing of Almighty God, and the na-
tional acknowledgment of this truth is not only
an indispensible duty which the people owe to
Him, but a duty whose natural influence is fav-
orable to the promotion of that morality and
piety, without which social happiness can not
exist nor the blessings of a free government be
enjoyed; and as this duty, at all times incum-
bent, is so especially in seasons of difficulty and
danger, when existing or threatening calamities,
:he just judgments of God against prevalent
iniquity, are a loud call to repentance and refor-
mation: and as the United States of America are
at present placed in a hazardous and afflictive
situation by an unfriendly disposition, conduct
and demands of a foreign power, evinced by re-
peated refusals to receive our messengers of re-
conciliation and peace, by depredations on our
commerce, and the infliction of injuries on very
many of our fellow-citizens while engaged in their
lawful business on the seasunder these consid-
erations i has appeared to me that the duty of
imploring the mercy and benediction of Heaven
on our country demands at this time a special
attention from its inhabitants."
"I have therefore thought fjt to recommend
PRfS/DENT JOHN ADAMS
17351826
and 1 do hereby recommend, that Wednesday, the
9th day of May, be observed throughout the
United States as a day of solemn humiliation, last-
ing and prayer; that the citizens of these States
abstaining on that day from their customary
worldly occupations, olfer their devout addresses
to the Father of Mercies agreeably to those forms
or methods and becoming; acknowledge hefore
God the manifold sins and transgressions with
which we are justly chargeable as individuals
and as a .nation ."
Bestower of Gifts
lie ends his proclamation with a solemn play-
er to God Almighty: "And finally. I recommend
that on the said day the duties of humiliation
and prayer be accompanied by fervent thanksgiv-
ing to the Bestower of Every Good Gift, not only
for His having hitherto protected and preserved
the people of these United States in the independ-
ent enjoyment of their religious and civil free-
dom, but also for having prospered them in a
wonderful progress of population, and tor con-
ferring on them many and great favors conducive
to the happiness and prosperity of a nation."
In another proclamation setting aside Thurs-
day, April 25, 1799, as a day of solemn humilia-
tion, fasting and prayer, he begins the solemn
admonition:
"As no truth is more clearly taught in the
Volume of Inspiration, nor any more fully dem-
onstrated by the experience of all ages that a deep
genie and a due acknowledgment of the governing
providence of a Supreme Being and of the ac-
countablcncss of men to Him as the searcher of
hearts and righteous distributor of rewards and
puni-hmerts are conducive equally to the happi-
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Michael Comay: Profile of a Diplomat
By SAUL CARSON
...... ......United Nations.
ISRAEL was not the only celebrant of its 15th
anniver>ary during this past year. One of its
most brilliant diplomats had his personal anni-
versary (00. He is Michael S. Comay, Israel's
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to
the United Nationsotherwise identified as chair-
man of Israel's delegation here and as his Gov-
ernment's Permanent eRprescntative to the UN.
He became a member of Israel's first delegation
to the United Nations, back in 1948, the year the
Jewish State was rebornand before Israel was
as yet a member of the UN.
How does it feel to have a job in which one
is subjected to constant personal abuse by other
delegates representing other member-states? Re-
cently, the so-called "delegation" of the Arab
League (it calls itself a "delegation," a term
which in itself is a gross lie. since it has no such
status) issued one of its periodic attacks against
Mr. Comay Now read this:
Taking Much Abuse
Mr. Comay is a citizen of the Union of South
Africa and has no legal status or standing in
Palestine. He is an illegal immigrant who went
to our country in 1948 as many other Zionist ad-
venturers, who change their country- and national
loyality as easily as they change their shirts. Mr.
Comay is the representative of the International
Zionist aggressors who committed in Palestine
war crimes and crimes against humanity similar
to those condemned by the Nuremberg Charter
and for which the Nazi leaders were condemned.
The Zionist leaders who were a party to these
crimes should in due course be tried, condemned
and punished according to law."
How would you take such abuse? Mr. Comay
takes it like a trained diplomat should. His de-
meanor may varyfrom a blank expression on
his face to a smile. Only once in the many years
he has been here have observers seen him angry.
Then it was deliberate, controlled. That happen-
ed during one of the many Arab'diatribes in con-
nection with the Arab refugee issue. One of the
Arabs had just made a statement alleging that,
some years back, the Security Council had con-
demned Israel on the issue. In a voice purpose-
ly sharp, the Israeli challenged the Arab to pro-
duce the document in question. The Arab replied
that he did not have the document handy, but
would produce it tomorrow. "Don't bother," said
Mr. Comay. "I have it." He did. He read the
documentproving the Arab a liar.
The Arab charge in regard to his former
South African status is partly true. He was born
in Cape Town in 1908, became an attorneyand
a very good one. During World War II, he did
AMBASSADOK COMAY
Coe/ an the )k
serve with the South African armed forces In the
Middle East theatre, and then with the British
forces. He did rise to the rank of major. At 55.
he is now still the ramrod-straight, vigorous
"major."
He Fettled in Palestine in 1946 (not in 1948.
as the Arabs say) and became a staff adviser
to the Jewish Agency delegation to the United
Nations. From 1953 to 1957, he was Israel's Am-
bassador to Canada. If you note those dates, you'll
observe the period embraces the time of the
Sinai Campaign. During that arduous time, he
shuttled constantly from his post in Ottawa to
the UN, where he was a major member of the
hard-pressed Israeli delegation. He went home
for awhile, serving as assistant director-general of
the Israeli Foreign Affairs Ministry in Jerusalem.
Then, in 1960. he assumed his present post.
Wife Also Known
The man has a distinctive style about lim.
Full of charm, amiable and with the appearance
of an easy going fellow, he can be hard as nails
when such a stance is needed. Above all. he
doesn't rattle. He can respond to attacksby-
Arabs or by otherswith sharp wit and neat turn
of phrase. But, as shown above, he can also
show angerwhen he thinks such a display would
serve his Government's purpose best.
He occupies a very beautiful, roomy apartment
on New York's upper West Side, overlooking a
breath-taking view of Central Park. When com-
plimented once by a prominent diplomat on the
decor of hi? apartment, he replied: "Blame Joan."
His wife, Joan Comay, is a well-known author as
well as an authority on decorin her person as
well as in her home.
An Ambassador's home is not entirely a retuge
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Italian Jewry During the Outgoing Year
By JULIO DRESNER -
A survey of current developments in Italian
Jewry's life may well start with depicting
jfce actual situation of the Rome "ghetto"a
U'.tadily rising prosperity that attenuates the re-
| ning spots of misery, that permits the remod-
|t.:.ization of the century-old houses, a well fought
--.t-a-~ertion last year against racist insolence that
L-.t.ped to remove feelings of inferiority that may
| e lingered.
This has changed the material and moral
|af;ect of what had been the ghetto before, it is
more the plight, no more the kettle breeding
..-nappiness, the place where hopes and longings
all only one directionout.
Being now economically and psychologically
|M< to move elsewhere, many seem to prefer to
I. probably only for a timeto stay near the
.-jr.agogue, high and stately, near their own peo-
Lp.t who are not the anonymous crowd flocking to
|:r.i new suburbs of the diluviating capital. Con-
..-:.ied by recent archaeological findings in Ostia
| ca in their pride to be the oldest surviving
ip of "civies romani." the Roman citizens.
.' in Rome started to look with a new perspec-
. at their own quarter on the bank o f the
Reconstruction of Faith
'rue. this may be the aspect of a passing
.lent: practical exigencies of a most practical
. .i do not work for the preservation of the ghetto
not even of an ex-ghetto, but in this particular
od of Jewish history in Italy, this rehabilita-
ot the Rome ghettoand those in Leghorn
Venice will follow in due course in different
v r.iimstances and dimensionshas its impor-
tance; it serves or may serve as a scaffolding
: "he building that is in reconstruction, a recon-
-tr.iction that is not limited to the ghettos, that
( cerns all Italian Jews and touches many fields.
The Italian Jew is fundamentally "a good
Jt ." emotionally attached to faith, in a deep-
reverence that forbids noticeable innovations:
.act. there is no reform movement in religious
lit here. This also means, however, that other.
especially intellectual Jewish values, would have
. ie intensified and generalized in order to sup-
nent the former. So, in addition to religious
activities, a conscious effort is made by local
ers to widen the range of Jewish life and to
nsify it in ever more fields.
There is the Jewish School. The number of
-rooms, teachers and pupils is increasing in
big communities; kindergartens and Talmud
shs are being established in the medium-sized
<-: and even in the smallest communities per-
'.c conferences on Jewish subjects are arrang-
TaUntld Torah courses by correspondence are
veliable to Jewish youth spread outside of com-
munities Every effort is made to raise the level
of general tuition. As an educator told me: "Since
Jews are so intensely proud of our great men,
be it Einstein or Freud, it is obvious that aiming
at a high level of education in our schools means
good work tor Jewishness."
Adequate Hebrew Education
There is much insistence to promote Hebrew;
remarkable organizational results have been
achieved so far. Hebrew teachers, either Italian
or from abroad, are now available to every Jew-
ish community that requests them, and most of
them do so. We are, of course, far from having
Hebrew as the second language of Italian Jews;
one expert in language education has said, that
practical results would be still bigger if the famil-
iar Latin print could be adopted here. The double
barrier of unfamiliar words, together with the He-
brew alphabetic signs demands a big effort, much
concentration and patience, "which are not to be
found in everyone."
There is achievement in the field of Jewish
publication work translations of Rabbi Artom's
"History of the Jewish People," of Grayzel's "III-
tory of Jews," of the book. "How to Teach Jew-
ish History" Then, Italian textbooks were revis-
ed for Jewish schools by substituting readings of
religious Christian character with such from Jew
ish religion and history. This was a longfelt nec-
essity. Apart from this effort from the Jewish
side, there were many publications regarding
Jewish history edited by Italian publishing houses,
as for an example: Attilio Milano's "History of
Italian Jews" and, of course, Cecil Roth's works.
Many of these efforts are the fruit of coop-
eration between local leaders and experts of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
and of the Jewish Agency, and local funds were
supplemented in many instances by funds from
the Claims Conference.
Link With Israel
Not to be overlooked is the rebirth of the
Maccabi, that occurred two years ago, and which
has been established in other communities dur-
ing these recent months. The Maccabi Yudo sec-
tion successfully competes with similar non-Jew-
ish associations in Italy within the framework of
the General Italian Sports Association, and there
are chances that there will be a Jewish represen-
tative of Italy for the Yudo discipline at the
Olympic Games in Tokyo in 1964.
Another important factor in strengthening Jew -
ishness, in Italy as elsewhere, is the link with
Israel. Italian Jewry feels itself particularly
near Israel. Materially it is "just across the sea,"
morally, it supports their pride in being Jews,
and this gives the organized Zionist movement a
much wider basis. The very warm and appre-
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Touro Synagogue After Two Centuries
c
Continued from Page 5-F
ed under each stone, simulating the breastplate
worn by the High Priest of Biblical days.
Washington's Message
Above the Ark is a beautiful painting on can-
vas of the captions in Hebrew of the Ten Com-
mandments. At one time, it was believed that
Gilbert Stuart was the artist. But, during the
current restoration program, the canvas was tak-
en down for cleaning and the word "Benjamin
Howland. Pinx, 1828." were discovered etched on
the frame on the back. Howland was a clerk in
the city of Newport for many years, and a man
of many talents.
During George Washington's visit to Newport
in 1781, a town meeting was held in the synagogue.
In 1790, Washington was the recipient of an ad-
dress by Moses Seixas. warden of the synagogue.
In reply, Washington sent the famous letter "To
the Hebrew Congregation in Newport. Rhode Is-
land" which since has become the classical ex-
pression of religious liberty. In this letter, Wash-
ington wrote, "for happily the Government of the
United S'ates which gives to bigotry no sanction,
to persecution no assistance, requires only that
they who live under its protection should demean
themselves as good citizens in giving if on all
occasions their effectual support." A facsimile
of this historic document is exhibited on the west
wall of the synagogue. The words "to bigotry no
sanction, to persecution no assistance," were
not original with Washington. They were con-
tained in the letter that Moses Seixas addressed
to him. But Washington was obviously so im-
pressed by them, for they seemed to express very
forcibly the ideals which he espoused for America,
that he incorporated them in his letter.
In 1946. the Touro Synagogue was designated
as a National Historic Site by the United States
Governmerft. This does not mean that the gov-
ernment pays for the upkeep of the synagogue.
The government does, however, send architects
and engineers to make periodic inspections and
to determine whether the building is in good re-
pair and structurally sound. The members of the
congregation with their dues and assessments sup-
port the upkeep of the synagogue, and the So-
ciety of Friends of Touro Synagogue assumes re-
sponsibility for its maintenance as a Shrine.
In preparation for its Bicentennial, which
was inaugurated with a special service on June
23, 1963, an extensive restoration program has
been undertaken of Touro Synagogue during the
past few years. The Department of the Interior,
National Park Service, has been most cooperative
in advising on procedures and techniques to be
adopted in the restoration. It was proposed at
first to remove the paint from the exterior of
the building by sandblasting in order to expose
Rahel Yanait Ben-Zvi (second from left), wife
of Israel's late President, meets with top
Pioneer Women leaders during the organi-
zation's Action Committee in Israel. From
left are Dvorah Rothbard, Advisory Board;
Clara Leff, national president. Pioneer Wom-
en; and Blanche Fine, Advisory Board. Pio-
neer Women was founded by Mrs. Ben-Zvi
in 1925.
the original red bricks. But, the National Park
Service advised against it as the surface of the
brick, after 200 years of exposure to the elements,
would be severely damaged in the process. The
outside walls of the synagogue have been painted
yellow ochre and the doors and window frames
chocolate brown.
Restoration Almost Complete
To reduce the fire hazards, the furnace has
been removed from the basement and placed in'
a specially constructed vault in the synagogue
grounds. Pews which were put in about 60 years
ago have been removed and Windsor settees and
chairs, 13th century reproductions, have been in
stalled instead, About 20 coats of paint have
been removed to determine the color of the first
coat of paint that covered the woodwork of the
interior. As a result of the investigation, the
synagogue is now painted a warm grey. A car-
pet has been laid both in the men's section and
in the gallery, so as to blend with the color of the
woodwork.
In the course of two centuries, the candelabra
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lay, September 20, 1963
Ll become black from accumulated grime. At
suggestion of the National Park Service, they
ire restored to their original brass lustre.
The restoration program is almost completed.
is hoped that the few remaining items that
lulre attention will be completed by the re-
Lrlicntion of the synagogue in December, 1963.
0 houses nearby will be razed and a park creat-
whicb will show off the synagogue in a beauti-
setting.
Since it was declared a National Historic Site
1946. tens of thousands of people have visited
e Touro Synagogue. Individuals and groups of
faiths have been inspired and impressed by
l, simple, yet majestic beauty of this historic
buse of God. On Sunday afternoons throughout
e year, j-.nd every day except Saturday during
summer months, guides are present who give
normative talks on the historical background of
synagogue.
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Page 13-F
President Dwight D. Eisenhower visited the
synagogue on the first day of Rosh Hashona on
September 15, 1958. He sat on the raised pew
reserved lor the presidents and officers of the
congregation, and on which George Washington
is reputed to have sat. Robert Frost visited the
synagogue some time later. He insisted on sit-
ting on this seat as he said "Presidents and poets
should sit on the same seat."
The Jews of Newport, and indeed of America,
are grateiul to those early settlers who left such
a beautiful legacy behind them. The Touro Syna-'
gogue is not only a living memorial to religious
liberty, it is also evidence of the good taste, sen-
sitivity and culture of those who erected this
noble edifice. On the occasion of its Bicentennial,
the Touro Synagogue is in good repair, substan-
tially restored and in condition to withstand the
passage of another two centuries.
iixty Years After the Kishinev Pogrom
Continued from Pag* 3-F
Lssini, poured venom in Czarist language upon
ft/ty, adding insult to injury.
The Kishinev agitation against the Jews
|arted with the murder on Feb. 16, 1903, of a
i.ii;hy young Russian, Michael Ribalenko, in a
fcllayc in southwestern Kherson. His body was
|iuwl Feb. 22. 1903. and it developed that he was
ll.il by a relative who hoped to acquire his
trtune, But the agitation against the Jews was
ashed with vigor by the anti-Semite Krushevan's
htorious newspapers. The rumor was spread
li.it Jews had used the murdered man's blood for
Ja.-sover, and the hoary blood libel instigated
Vpril, 1903 pogrom that lasted for three days.
! mirages affected 2.750 Jewish families.
If whom 2.528 reported damages amounting to
1332,890 roublesabout $1,190,000. The dead num-
keiTd 47. while 92 were severely wounded and
^45 were less seriously injured.
ll was as a result of that massacre that a
pi exit of Jews from Russia commenced. Tens
pf thousands trekked towards the United States,
pnd -mall numbers went to Palestine.
There were protest meetings, and among the
larticipanta were a former president, Grover
Cleveland, and the country's most distinguished
lotables,
America's voice spoke loudly against the dis-
IriminatioiM, but the Russian Czar was too pow-
kn'iil to be swayed from Krushevan's instigations
lo rder In recalling the horrors of 60 years
I- ii thought arsises: if there were more firm
ICtion then, isn't it possible that the holocaust
i Hitler era might also have been averted?
Torah crown, Poland, 18th
century. From the collection
of the Jewish Museum of
New York.
Torah Decorations
Continued from Page 8-F
motto: "Worship the Lord in the beauty of holi-
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Together with other old ceremonial objects.
Torah breastplates and crowns serve as a strong
link to 'the past, retaining always their eternal
value.
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of
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
7335 S.W. 41st Street
Phone 666-3746
GREETINGS
. & R.
SCRAP METAL
PIPE, PLATE &
SCRAP METAL
2177 N.W. N. RIVER DR.
NE 4-2111
tITtii IV
STUDIOS
Distinguished Private School
DANCING DRAMA
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323 W. 47th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
TO OUR MANY VALUED
JEWISH FRIENDS
OUR SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GRANITE
MEMORIAL ARTS
AND
Thurmond
Monument Co.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
13 Uart to Smm lacof iaa
III III: MEADE
Pick-up Delivery
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7601 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Adjacent lo the Chancery
PL 1-9368
G0NDAS
CORPORATION
ELECTRIC MOTORS
PUMPS
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MACHINERY and SUPPLIES
151 NW 54th STREET
Miami 37, Florida
PLaza 7-5531
To All Season's Greetings
KOSSOF-CYPEN INSURANCE, Inc.
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
Ph. 532-3737
825 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach
TNI
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OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY
OF MIAMI, INC.
SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION
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Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., JAckson 2-3092
TO ALL GREETINGS
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YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
Chris-Craft Sales of Miami Beach
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pjtewfdft Fk)rSdHar)
Friday, September 2C. 1983
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
WALTER C. HEADLEY. JR.
CHIEF OF POLICE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
To All A Most Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weintraub
and Family
9290 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE
Miami Shores
WISHING ALL OUR MANY FRIENDS
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING -
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
FURNITURE SHOWROOMS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS
595 E. 10th AVE., Hialeah
Ph. 887-9445
HERMAN MANN AL NASON
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
A COMPLETE LINE OF
PLASTERING MATERIALS
SID FALK BARNEY LANDERS
3725 South Dixie Highway
Ph. HI 6-1634
Tropical Typewriter Service
Visit Our New & Larger Quarters161-68 Alcazar Ave.
3144 Corn I Way (Service Dept.) Phone HI 6 0583
TYPEWRITERSADDING MACHINESCHECK PROTECTORS
DESKSSAFESCHAIRSFILING CABINETS
"We Service What We S,lt" rk.n. HI 8-4156
MR. and MRS. MAX THURSTON of
ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE, INC.
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Happy New Year to All Our Friends
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS I SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. PL 1-2889
TOM FLAHERTY
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEORGE AND FANNIE BERTMAN
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Fay Potter Corsetry
9531 HARDING AVE.
UN 6-2548
New Year's Greetings from Morris Ciment
Florida Picture Frame Corp.
1050 ALTON ROAD
Ph. 538-7373
The Dubner Maggid Taught by Example
Continued from Page 7-F
was blessed, as was customary then, with a very
large family. He1 would buy his wood on credit
from a wholesaler in Danzig and every year be-
pay him and to take a new stock ori credit. This
was his custom for many years. Then once a
calamity overtook him and his entire stock was
burned down. The man was in a great dilemma.
He was iaced with the prospect of starvation;
he could neither pay back his debts nor find the
courage to ask his creditor for a new supply. The
vision of his starving children and demanding
wife gave him courage. He went to his creditor
and burst into tears. He told him that he was not
in a position to repay him nor did he feel justi-
fied in asking for new credit.
"He was, however, pleasantly suprprised
when he was told that his entire debt would be
remitted and that a new stock would be given
him. Overjoyed, the man stopped at an inn and
told the people that, as a result of his tears and
supplications, he had been generously rewarded;
his debts were cancelled and he was actually giv-
en a new supply of goods. When one of the pc -
at the inn heard this he rushed to the benefac*
and he too cried very bitterly. He exclaim?:
his dire economic plight but was, however, given
a very small donation. The man brazenly renv
strated: 'The man who preceded me cried lo >
and you were so generous and full of human pit
Why, I pray you are you so sparing with me?'
"'Well,' said the wholesaler, 'How dare yoj
compare yourself to him? He was my Reliable
customer for many years; he was regular in h.;
payments; he was honest, decent and hardwork-
ing; now that a calamity has overtaken him :
naturally have to be generous and kind. Ho
ever, I hardly know you, a complete stranger to
me; how can you expect me to give more ths-
a small donation?'
"So the Dubner said: 'Our fathers and fore.
fathers were regular customers of the Almiglr
and if, in the course of the year, thty commit!?.:
sins of either omission or commission, they we.
fully aware of the credits and the dividends that
the Almighty owed them. What about Ourtelvi
Are we God's customers?'. ."
iy
Hebraic Influence on President Adams
Continued from Pa-je 9-F
ness and rectitude of individuals and to the well
being of communities make their acknowledg-
ments of dependence and obligation to Him who
hath endowed them with these capacities and
elevated ;hem in the scale of existence by these
distinctions: ... as it is likewise a plain dictate
of duty and a strong sentiment of imminent dan-
ger earnest and particular supplications should be
made to Him who is able to defend or to de-
stroy ."
And he concludes:
"And I do also recommend that with these
acts of humiliation, penitence, and prayer fer-
vent thanksgiving to the Author of All Good be
united for the countless favors which He is still
continuing to the people of the United States, and
which render their condition as a nation eminent-
ly happy compared with the lot of others."
There are many other writings betraying the
strong Hebraic strain which John Adams had
learned from his ancestors in Puritan New Eng-
land. In carefully reading the quotations above,
taken from his Proclamations and Speeches, it
is not difficult to visualize the aristocrat, the
scholar, the statesman, the brilliant orator, whom
we know as John Adams, as the same personality
who uttered the above statements, which are es-
sentially and inherently Hebraic and Judaic in
thought and composition.
The depth of the Hebraic influence on P
Adams leads to the conclusion that his koowledgi
about Jews and Judaism was more than super-
ficial as one would realize when reading the Pres-
ident's letter, which was sent from Quincy. Mass .
on February 16. 1809, to F. A. Vanderkamp. in
which he says:
"The two most powerful, active and enter-
prising nations that ever existed are now con-
tending with us. The two nations, to whom man-
kind are under more obligations for the progress
of science and civilization than to any other ex-
cept the Hebrews. This consideration affects me
more than the danger from either or both. I
excepted the Hebrews, for in spite of Bolingbroke
and Voltaire, I will insist that the Hebrews have
done more to civilize men than any other nation.
If I were an atheist, and believed in blind eternal
fate, I should still believe that fate had ordained
the Jews to be the most essential instrument for <
civilizing nations. If I were an atheist of the
other sect, who believe or pretend to believe,
that all is ordained by chance, I should believe
that chance had ordered the Jews to preserve
and propagate to all mankind the doctrine of a
supreme intelligent, wise, almighty Sovereign of
the Universe, which I believe to be the great
essential principle of all morality and consequent-
ly of all civilization."
He expresses himself similarly in a letter
addressed to Mordecai M. Noah.
DR. ami MRS.
A. L ROSENTHAl
and FAMILY
Extend to All Their Relatives
and Friends
Sincere Wishes For A
VERY HAPPY HEW YEAR
A Hmm Htm Ytmr t, A\\
Oer Friemfs ewe* twtnmt
Dean Cleaners
& Laundry
13410 M.W. 71k AVCNWE
NORTH MIAMI
PImm MU itJii
EliasThcrw
TO OUR MANY CUSTOAAERS AND FRIENDS
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MonahaiTs Electric Co., Inc.
Electrical Contractors
4050 H.W. 19th STREET
MIAMI
GREETINGS
MARTHA'S
FLOWER SHOP
Our Wedding Work is Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
"A Complete Floral Service"
Art with Flowers
801 Arthur Godfrey Road
JE 8-5523
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
ON THIS HOLIDAY OCCASION '
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL
NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF
MIAMI. INC.
Wholesale Produce Crate to Carload
1229 N.W. 21st Street p^. m ^


Ljyy, September 20. 1963
** kwislincridtian
Italian Jewry During the Outgoing Year
Continued from Pefle 11-F
,ju altitude of almost the whole Italian press
and of public opinion (so e.g. during the dispute
aboui German Scientists in Egypt) still enhances
jewfeh interest and pride in matters of the Jew-
ish Slate. Cultural exchanges with Israel, the
spreading tf economicfinancial and commercial
^_ue. between Israel and Italy have the same
feedback effect;'" they strengthen the content
,,i Jewishnew here in Italy.
Two negative events in public life in Italy
should be mentioned: the acquittal of Judge Du-
rando who. during the Eichmann trial, had pub-
lulv affirmed that because of Jesus' death Jews
were not fit to judge anyone, and the refusal to
grant extradition to ex-SS officer Kroeger accus-
ed by a German court of mass murder during
(he war. Jewish public opinion showed that it
was sensitive to the legal and political aspects
,i( these two cases and discussed the appropriate
measures to prevent repetitions.
The progress of intensifying Jewishness, the
progress in becoming more conscious of being
Jews. i< factual and should be the more so appre-
ciated as it had to be achieved against heavy odds
and with the lack of a common organizational
frame of Italian Jewry. The existing communi-
ties' and their common Union of Jewish Com-
munities have had always a prevalently adminis-
trative character, and have so far hot been able,
it sems, to respond in their composition and in
their function to the aspirations and the con-
cept of intensive Jewish life, especially as the
youth groups see it. The latter are also divided
by political divisions among them corresponding
to those in Israel and not neglecting those in
Italy, too.
Such divisions and even antagonisms between
groups and between generations are normal phe-
nomena in other nations and the competition it
involves is often an important factor in the se-
lection of leaders. What is needed in the case
of Italian Jewry seems to be the unity above the
divisions as it precisely exists in other nations and
in Israel, too. Otherwise, divisions become dis-
persion of efforts and forces. In this respect, the
recent extraordinary congress of the Italian Zion-
ist Federation in Milan, during which Dr. Nahum
Goldmann launched his appeal for the unity of
diaspora Jewry and for achieving it within the
framework of the Zionist movement, had deep
echo in Italy, and the hope is that the near future
will bring a productive response to that appeal.
Michael Comay: Profile of a Diplomat
Continued from Pagt 10-F
Itrom work. It is the social headquarters of his
Government's mission. One recalls a crowded
eek during the last General Assembly when the
pomays tvera hosts to a series of diplomatic-social
kifair~ that would drive most hostesses to ner-
Miu prostration. One night, there were 300
guests u reception. The next night there was
bight) tormal dinner for an African Foreign
Ifinisici The third night. 20 of the leading news-
paper and magazine columnists in the country
Vere en'ertained at dinner Those are very im-
lortant parts of an Ambassador's joband his
fife musl possess strong nerves and firm poise
Mi all the demands upon her.
Mr i omay can be as informative and inform-
I as your closest office at one moment
1 ipped and evasive or even the man
r \- n an insistent questioner with a
f that closes the door with a loud
hi .- not afraid of questionsobserving
le old diplomatic rule to the effect that there
r ilitic questions, there are onlj undiplo-
matic ers "
Itly, when the United Nations t or
\ Association invited him as its honor-
guest ai one of those newspaper luncheons that
can be a great trial, the turn-out was massive.
He came, made a prepared statement, listened
to questions, answered many of themand. while
stating his Government's position freely and can-
didly, gave away nothing.
In another man, such behavior might have
been resented; for the reporters are insatiable;
once you give them somethingthey want all, in-
cluding topmost secrets. But Mr. Comay car-
ried it off in his inmitable style. They applaud
ed him enthusiastically.
It takes skill to handle the press hounds that
wayjust as it takes skill to handle hostile Arabs,
friendly representatives, delegates who are on the
fence, some who profess i.ot to know the facts.
Others who know but plav dumb. Mr. Comay
possesses all these skills. He is a "pro." That's
the highest compliment the correspondents can
pay a man whom they've known and watched at
lus work for SO many years
While much deserved hullabaloo surrounded
the celebration of Israel's 15th anniversary, there
was little to mark Comay's ditto. But those who
knew himand they make up a large number
heredid note the anniversary of the man's ser-
vice as well as that of his State. They wished
not only his State but also him, personally, the
warmest of Happy Birthday greetings.
To Our Friends in the South Florida
Jewish Community We Extend Our Best Wishes for
L'Shona Tova Tikasavu
VIENNA SAUSAGE
MANUFACTURING CO.
Wne FR 1-6551
2181 N.W. 10th Avenue
GRffTINGS TO ALL
Net "Just An.ther" Eating Place
Kenny's Restaurant
Air CorWiheeed
Phone FR 4-4*51
200 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Open 24 Me*rs
MIAMI, FtORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
Guaranty and surety insurance
agency, inc.
Thomas J. Langan
709 Langford Bldg. FR 3-8872
GREETINGS
FROM
tpradley, Riley and Slaughter, Inc.
FOOD BROKERS
7240 N.W. 36th COURT
OX 1-5300
DAN CHAPPELL
402-03 Industrial National
Bank Building
Here Hebrew Relic*
JEWEIS HIVE*
WOKS Of AtT
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INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES{
1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
T. SCHORR
)* Phone JE 8-1825
Residence Phone JE 4-2503
Page 15-F
Best Wishes for the New Year
DIAMOND CAB ASSOCIATION
140 N.W. 8th AVENUE
Miami, Florida
FR 9-7575
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALWAYS THE UNEXPECTED ... AT
Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant
THE COUNTRY STORE
RAY WHEATIEY DON ROBINSON
2880 FLORIDA AVE. HI 4-3045
(1 Block Off Grand Ave. Near P.O.)
* NEW LOCATION
BEACH ELECTRIC MOTOR
REPAIR, INC.
ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIRS
FOR SERVICE CALL 757-3041
3910 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
SILVER OF MIAMI Dresses
309 N.W 2nd AVENUE
EVELYN and IRA SILVER
Best Wishes for the New Year
to All
Greetings to the Jewish Community
FROM MURRAY and SAM LEVINE
SAMSON CONCRETE INDUSTRIES
READY-MIXED CONCRETE
CONCRETE BLOCKS
MIAMI HOMESTEAD
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ItiJ HI X4.ll I ?l DECORATORS
1590 N.W. 54th STREET Phone OX 1-4652
New Year Greetings to All
\o>i\\ m mil is
_
GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
CONSOLIDATED REFRIGERATION SERVICE
Phone MU 1-*661
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and birs. Uarid it. Spaet
Hal and Iaivkif
GREETINGS FROM JIMMIE
Carillon Hotel Barber Shop
CARILLON HOTEL, MIAMI BEACH


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Iru I** nrrmHU^-n
Friday. September 20. 1953
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On visits to the resting place of departed loved ones the solace of remembrance lives very vividly in the imagination of a child. For adults. 1
there is great comfort in knowing that bereaved ones repose at peace forever in the dignified serenity of beautiful and reverently cared
surroundings. Over four thousand esteemed Jewish families have taken the step which can mean so much, by selecting Mount Nebo for their
family burial estate. The lasting loveliness of Mount Nebo is assured by a Perpetual Care Fund which now exceeds $150,000. Mount Nebo is
Miami's oldest, exclusively Jewish cemetery. It is located conveniently for all. easily reached by bus or car. Immediate burial protection can
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A
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5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1 7693
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
5505 N.VV. 3rd Street. Miami. Florida
Please send me. without obligation, full information
on Family Burial Eatates in Mount Neb...
NAME.....................
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"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday, September 20. 1
963
Section G
Rebuilding ihi walls o\ jerusaU n affer tlit captivity.
Kosh The Jew does not stand alone before Gcd.
It is as a member of ihe community that he
ctAnrK h^fnre CkrtH Pann A.H.


Page 2-G
9-Jewist Fk>rid/tan
Friday. September 20. 1
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
Harold & Norma Abbott
and
EDWARD, MYLES AND BARRY
* GREETINGS
MONTY UPHOLSTERING
CUSTOM FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING
DRAPERIES, COMPLETE INTERIOR DECORATING
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
CALL FOR ESTIMATES 635-9086
3635 NW 7th STREET Miami, Fla.
GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI WATER CLINIC
Specialists in Rust Prevention
for Sprinkler Systems
1047 West Flagler Street
Phone FR 1-5202
Best Wishes from George and Anne
STATE RESTAURANT
"GOOD FOOD SERVICE"
10760 BISCAYNE BLVD.
TO ALL GREETINGS
HANS JACOB COMPANY
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF
WOODEN BOXES FOR ANY PURPOSE
PILOT SKIDS ANY AMOUNT
4305 E. 10th LANE
Ph. 681-5962
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Mil. and MRS. PETER III I I I It
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
THE BARE FOOT MAILMAN
GIFTS NEW YEAR CARDS GOURMET
We Pock Wrap Mail or Ship Anything fo Anywhere
234 VALENCIA Ph. HI 4-1773 DADELAND MALL
"At the Post Office"
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALGIERS FLOWER & FRUIT SHIPPERS
2509 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 4-2907
We Service All Makes-Chrysler-Airtemp-A.lt.A. Auto Air Conditioners
ka\i: into I III its
AIR CONDITIONING CENTER-Disfrifaufor for A.R.A. Air Conditioners
I, M. Hulsey, General Manager SALES & SERVICE
Phone 751-4771 7122 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
COMPLIMENTS OF
MADDEN & SMITH AIRCRAFT CORP.
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
5700 N.W. 36th STREET Phone 888-8481
Tekiah Shevurim Rosh Hashona's call to repentance. From the
collection of the Jewish Museum of New York.
Spiritual Message of the Days of Awe
By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
THE High Holy Days form the culminating point
of the Jtaftah religion. Nearly everyone ob-
serves them. As such, they are providential.
For were it not for these solemn daysThe Days
of AweJudaism by this time may long have
been forgotten.
Had this holiday season carried such vitaliz-
ing importance all through the millennia since
Moses, the institutionalizer of Rosh Hashona and
Yom Kippur? The answer is yes. For with the
centuries both holidays rose to the highest reli-
gious level despite their sad. sombre and serious
aspect since time immemorial.
The Three Books
The rabbis linked Rosh Hashona up with Yom
Kippur as a unit of repentance and spiritual re-
generation. To understand the history of these
holy days, we must view it against the autumn
background which preaches such a mighty les-
son of the evanescence of human life. Do not
our individual lives resemble the leaves? Like
them, we too, come, unfold in a short springtime
of life, grow old and fall off the tree of human
life.
During these awe-inspiring days, each per
passes tne judgment scat of the Almighty,
on Rosh Hashona they are written down andl
Yom Kippur their fate is sealed. According
an old Jewish legend, even the fish in the w\
shiver before judgment which the Lord is me
out during these days to all his creatures.
In Tractate Rosh Hashona 16:2. we
"Three hooks are opened before the Lord atl
advent of Rosh Hashonaone for the out-ana
righteous; one for the dyed-in-the-wool wicl
and the third is reserved for the middle otthef
people. The righeous are forewith records
life; the wicked are immediately written dowj
death; as for the members of the third gij
they are kept suspended from Rosh Ha shoo
the end of Yom Kippur. If they make thems
deserving by true repentances, they are reed
for life; if not, their fate is sealed for deathj
The Riddle of Life
What .s it all about? This is a question]
ed by many people bowed down by grief am
fcring. !'.ut when you delve deeper into
seeming mysteries, you will discover that
Coninued on Page 13-G
GREETINGS
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W 41st STREET
MO 7-6162
IT IS OUR PLEASURE
SERVING YOU .
ALLIED
PARCEL
SERVICE
299 NE 59th Terrace
Phone PL 1-7622
MRS. L. SILVERMAN
& FAMILY
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
1119 S. W. FIRST STREET
$53 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Wish All Their Patrons and
Friends A Happy New Year
GREETINGS TO ALL
RAYMOND'S Famous Steak Hous
and Cocktail Lounge
Featuring "BERNIE" GOODMAN at the Piano,
now in his 6th year.
ONE AND ONLY LOCATION
16410 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 945-92$
GREET:NGS .
CHARLES TAYLOR
MARINE ENGINES
24 HOUR SERVICE ON
MARINE MOTORS DIESEL LIGHTING PLANTS]
THUNDERBIRD FORD MERCURY V8
CHEVROLET V8 WILLYS 4 CYL.
AT THE BAY, MIAMI
11271 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PL 7-
Season's Best Wishes
HUDSON SERVICE
Tires Tubes Batteries Tire Recappin|
ACCESSORIES ROAD SERVICE
Wheel Aligning and General Repays
Phone 633-6988 .
IT85 N.W. 36th Street Miami 37, M
ANDY ANDREWS and TOMMY HUDSON, O.'-ierl


Friday, September 20, 1963
fJr^isiinrrgdHlrnri
Page 3-G
Origins of the High Hofy Day 'Machzor'
By JAY BUSMINSKY
AN optimist who hcaclsior the synagogue on
Rosh lla>hona expects to find the special
Jewish New Year prayerbook on a shelf or near
his pow when he arrives. Persons who don't like
lo take chances bring their own copy from home.
But how manyoptimists and' pessimists alike
hav stopped to wonder how that special" prayerbook
originated? TM answer to-this question is laden
with interesting insights into the developments of
Jewish ritual.
The fif*t efforts to compile prayerbooks did
not get under way until after the Babylonian Tal-
mud was completedafter 560 C.E. Until then,
rabbis had" been opposed to fixed prayer services
that left no room for spontaneous religious ex-
pression through original verse or appropriate se-
lertions from the Scriptures.
Need Became Apparent
In fact, during the Talmudic period, all of
f tin scholars who contributed to this monumental
i iiinpt (indium of Jewish law and ttraditionthe
Tannaim, Amoriam, Saboraim, Geonim and Pos-
I'kimforbade scribes from putting prayers into
writing, Jews were expected to know the basic
liturgy for weekdays or holidays by heart and no
congregation was to be constrained from embell-
ishing these prayers with original Hebrew verse
or excerpts from the ample reservoir of Hebrew
literatureBible, Mishna or Talmud.
The effect of this liberal attitude was a new
renaissance of Hebrew poetry that began with
Bleazar Kallir, who lived in Palestine during the
seventh century. He was the forerunner of a lit-
erary movement that flourished until the expul-
sion of the Jews from Spain in 1492.
But as the situation of the Jewish communi-
ties of Palestine, Babylonia, Egypt and other cen-
ters in the Mediterranean world became increas-
ingly precarious and the Jews found it necessary
to seek new lands of refuge ever further removed
Irom the seats of Jewish culture and scholarship,
the need for a psalter or prayerbook became ap-
parent. To continue to do without one would have
meant risking divergencies in Jewish prayer ser-
vices to an extent where religious anarchy and
consequent disunity would have been inevitable.
First Jewish Prayerbook
The rabbis had to concede that the gradual
breakdown of the established centers of Jewish
learning left little assurance that forthcoming
generations of Jews might have the knowledge
and understanding necessary to choose liturgical
verse suitable for the synagogue. Opposition to
having a prayerbook ended and the work of com-
piling a "Siddur"an arrangement of Jewish lit-
urgywas started.
When the first prayerbooks were completed
Outgoing Hebrew Year 5723 saw the death
of the late belcved Eleanor Roosevelt. Hon.
John Roosevelt here receives a special cer-
tificate horn Hadassah paying tribute to his
mother, and announcing participation in
the establishment of a S250.000 Eleanor
Roosevelt Scholarship Foundation for Youth
Aliyah. Making the presentation is Mrs.
Max Schenk, national chairman for Youth
Aliyah.
by Saadia Gaon and Hai Gaon in the 10th and 11th
centuries respectively. High Holy Day prayers
and those for all other occasions were contained
in the same collection. These were referred to as
a "Siddur" or "Machzor" interchangeably; and
even today, Sephardic Jews use the two words as
synonyms.
It was the Ashkenazic Jewish community of
Western, Central and Eastern Europe that gave
"Siddur"* and "Machzor" the precise meaning
they have in America today. The Ashkenazim
used "Siddur" to denote the prayerbook for week-
day and Sabbath services, and "Machzor" for the
High Holy Days and" the three major festivals of
Sukfcot, Passover and Shavuoth.
Actually, the choice of the two Hebrew words
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By DR. SAMUEL BELKIN
President Yeshiva University
THE Je.sish faith is a democratic theocracy that
' recognizes the potential ability of every hum-
an being to commune with God. Man and his
maker require no intermediary. Judaism has.
therefore, never known of any distinction between
Rabbi and layman with regard to ecclesiastical
attributes or religious obligations. The Rabbi
is not a super-religious personality, nor does he
possess a private door to godliness. Both he and
the layman are equally responsible for the ful-
fillment oi the duties placed upon all Jews by
the Torah. We might well characterize Aim in the
words of the late George Foot Moore as a "diplo-
maed Doctor of Law." The Rabbinate, however,
without being an association of Jewish ministers,
priests or theologians, has. nevertheless, exer-
cised the most profound influence upon the course
of Jewish life; so much so. that its very continuity
may be said to depend upon the proper function-
ing of the Rabbinate.
If we understand the real significance and
meaning of the Synagogue, we, can appreciate, all
the better, the character and place of the Rabbi
in Israel. The Rabbi is the custodian of the
ideals for which the Synagogue stands. He must.
first, symbolize the Bet Haknesset. It is his duty
to be the leader of the Jewish community and of
all that pertains to community welfare. He is
the social worker, better yet. the social architect.
His social activity, however, is motivated and
conditioned by a pious outlook and a spiritual
purpose which makes it. in the deepest sense, re-
ligious. The social or communal function which
is given a higher spiritual purpose is no longer a
purely social and secular activity, but a genuinely
religious one.
Symbol of Piety
Again, the Rabbi must symbolize the "Bet
Hatfilah;" he must in his own life personify Jew-
ish piety. Above all, however, the Rabbi must
symbolize the "Bet Hamidrash," for the reservoir
from which he draws his inspiration is the Torah.
A Rabbi from the historic point of view, is one
who is imbued with the conviction of the cen-
trality of Torah learning and Torah practice as
the essence of Judaism. Thus his true function
is to be the Jewish scholar, the authority on Jew-
ish Law. teaching the Torah to his community.
There is more to the Torah than a cursory
glance can reveal. Rabbi Judah once said that
whoever translates a verse of the Torah in strict
literalness is a falsifier, and he who makes ad-
ditions or changes in it is a blasphemer. It is
the Rabbi who must bring to his people the hid-
den treasures that rest in the commentaries and
that are contained in the rich repositories of Jew-
fr-^^ZWWTWm
Samuel H. Daroff. of Philadelphia, was hon-
ored by the American Jewish Congress for
30 years of national and local leadership in
Jewish communal activity. During the out
going year, AJCongress named its new
building in Philadelphia for Daroff and hon-
ored him at a testimonial dinner. Right is
Gov. William W. Scranton presenting him
with a scroll.
ish learning. If one, claiming to be a Rabbi does
not have the profound knowledge of the Torah
expounded in the Oral Law, and is without "Scm-
icha" or true Rabbinic authority, he. therefore
is unable to forge a link in the precious chain
of scholarship which is the Rabbinate, tracing it?
way back to the beginnings of our spiritual exist-
ence, and he will either ignorantly falsify the e<
sence of Torah or constantly endeavor to change
the Law in order to adjust it to his own outlook
indeed, an act of blasphemy.
One must bear in mind that Judaism does not
consist only of theological dogma. The Rabbi is
not simply a theologian trained to think of Juda-
ism solely in terms of doctrines, beliefs and
articles of faith. Theology, as a separate branch
of study, has never been a central element in
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Place of the Widow in Jewish Tradition
By RABBI DR. H. RABINOWICZ
iT an Internationa! Congress held recently, the
** Pope pointed out that while the Roman Cath-
olic Church did not condemn second marriages
for widows, it favored those who remained faith-
ful to the memory of their first husband and to
the "perfect symbolism of the sacrcment of mar-
riage."
The attitude of many ancient peoples to the
widow varied considerably. Among some, the
widow was killed as part of the funeral ceremon-
ies; among others, remarriage was forbidden.
Many were the indignities which she suffered.
She had to paint her body white in order to dem-
onstrate t* her husband's spirit that she was still
in mourning. She had to wear a skull-cap and
was obliged to observe silence for some time after
the death of her husband. In time of an epidemic
four widows had to drag a plough in order to ex-
pel the demons.
To the Jew, however the very word widow
conjures up in the mind a woman of heavy heart,
bereft of her companion and provider Joy has
gone out of her life, and her sun has set at noon.
She is pictured as desolate and defenseless. Hence
Ihe Trophet Jeremiah's dirge: "How doth the
city sit solitary, that was full of people! How
:s she become as a widow!" Whatever the caus*
>r dispute, the plea that "she is an Almanah"
was an incontrovertible rejoinder capable of sil-
encing any argument. According to the Talmudic
teacher, R. Hana of Baghdad, the term Almanah
;s derived from Manah, the 100 zuzim which a
widow received for her Kethubah (marriage con-
tract). Others trace the etymology from the He-
brews roots "dumb" or "silent."
Receives Lovir.g Consideration
To lighten the burden of the widow was a
great Mitzvah. Here, rabbis would not stand on
their dignity. The famous Tzanzer rabbi, Hayyim
Halberstamm (1793-1876), the author of "Dibre
Ohavyim," was once walking through the market
place when he noticed a widow behind her fruit
.'tall bitterly bewailing the lack of customers.
Without further ado. Rabbi Hayyim took her place
: t the stand and shouted "Buy fine apples, a dozen
; gulden!" The news that the Tzaddik had turn-
(d salesman soon spread. All rushed to make a
purchase, and the widow was considerably help-
ed.
Like the poor, the stranger and the father-
.--. the widow receives loving consideration,
"lod is the "Father of the fatherless and the Judge
of the widow." Judgment must be executed tor
Jier with fairness and promptitude. Cruelty or
.njustice will bring on Divine retribution. "Ye
fhall not afflict any widow, or fatherless child. If
Ihou afflict them in any wisefor if they cry at
--'-' -;-:i;''-'*':'
W "-"*m ^| ,jjH
cJS
1 ''lUl Kf *ib
K IdftK*. _
Henry Edward Schultz (left) turned over his
national chairman's gavel of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith to Dore
Schary, playwright and producer, elected to
succeed him at ADL's 50th annual meeting
in Washington, D.C., attended and addres-
sed by President Kennedy.
all unto Me, I will surely hear their cry. My
wrath shall wax hot, and I will kill you with the
sword; and your wives shall be widows, and your
children fatherless." The widow was to share the
gleanings of the corn field, olive trees and vine-
yards. She was to participate in the triennial
third tithe and was to be invited to the sacrificial
meals and feasts." And thou shalt rejoice before
the Lord thy God. thou and thy son and thy
daughter and the fatherless and the widow."
Later on, provisions for her subsistence were
kept in the Temple. Spoils taken in war were
assigned to her. Her raiment was not to be tak-
en in pledge. The taking of the widow's ox for
a pledge is counted as a mark of oppression in
the same category as the removal of the ancient
landmark. With all these provisions, the widow
still had many problems. Pathetic is the plight
of the woman who came to Elisha saying: "Thy
servant riy lui-band is dead; and thou knowest
that they >ervant did fear the Lord; and the
Continued on Page 10-G
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Rosh Hashona: Striving Toward Eternity
By MEIR CHARNIAK
IT the approach of JJpsh JJashona, our thoughts
** turn to prayer itself, its meaning to us as
Jews and its value in Jev.ish survival. In dip-
ping through basic .Jewish classics, I find that
even the great philosophers, theologians .and reli-
gious leaders .and spokesmen pn*c the meaning
of prayer, .and cqme ,up with different concepts.
We all staud in judgment before God during
the High Holy-Days and, of course, wc pray, both
as individualsand ,as members.of a cpmmun-
ity-f,or for.gAV,e.ncss. Abraham Joshua Hcschel,
in ".Hut's Quest f.or "It is not safe Jo pray alone. Tradition insists
that we pray with, and as a part .of, the com-
munity: that public worship is preferable to pri-
vate worship." Then he adds, "Those who cherish
genuine prayer, yet feel driven away from the
houses of worship because of the steriUty of pub-
lic worship today, seem to believe that private
prayer is the only way. Yet. the truth is that
private prayer will not survive unless it is in-
spired by public prayer. The way of the recluse,
the exclu>ive concern with personal salvation,
piety in isolation from the community is an act
of impie'y."
Existence of Communities
Perhaps these words, clearly and plainly
enunciated, explain why Jews, sometimes indif-
ferent to synagogue attendance during the rest
of the year, fill their houses of worship during
the Days of Awe. Dr. Hcschel makes another
penetrating point about Judaism, and relates it
to prayer in communion with others:
"Judaism is not only the adherence to par-
ticular doctrines and observances but primarily
living in the spiritual order of the Jewish people,
the living in the Jews of the past with the Jews
of the present. Judaism is not only a certain
quality in the souls of the individuals, but pri-
marily the existence of the community of Israel.
It is not a doctrine, an idea, a faith, but the cove-
nant between God and the people. Our share in
holiness we acquire by living in the Jewish com-
munity. What we do as individuals is a trivial
episode; what we attain as Israel causes us to be-
come a part of eternity."
In this striving for eternity, in this desire
for unity with one's own people. Jews gather to-
gether on Rosh Hashonawhen they cannot seem
to find the time to come together on other holi-
daysand pray. Thus, "the Jew does not stand
alone before God." according to Dr. Heschel. "It
is as a member of the community that he stands
before God."
Nevertheless, prayer is also an individual act,
and Rabbi Nachman of Bratzlav, as paraphrased
by Martin Buber, clarified the significance of
personal prayer in these poetic words:
t '
J^****\
m&&
Officers and members of the National Fed-
eration of Hebrew Teachers and Principals
of America assembled for a three-day con-
ference in Buffalo, N.Y., to review last year's
achievements. Highlight was the partici-
pation of Zalman Shazar (seated left), then
chairman of the Department of Education
and Culture of the Jewish Agency, and now
President of Israel.
"Let everyone cry out to God and lift up his
heart to Him, as if he were hanging by a hair and
a trumpet were raging to the very heart of heav-
en so that he did not know what to do, and he
had almost no more time left to cry out. And
in truth "here is no counsel and no refuge for
him to save to remain alone and to lift up his
eyes and his heart to God and to cry out to Him.
One should do this at all times, for a man is in
great daiis,pr in the world."
"A man is in .great danger in the world ."
and if manthe Jewrecognizes himself as part
of his people, then man cannot but be anxiou/^
rot only about himself but his people.
Pray for Peace
This is why the Jew responds to the call of
his fellow Jew everywhere in the world and why
"Kol Yisrael Chaverim"all Jews are Brpthers.
Besides prayer in the synagogueboth the pri-
vate and the public actwhat can we, as Jews,
pray for (as representatives of an entire people)
as we face the challenge of 5724?
Wc can. and must, of course, pray for world
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Friday, September 20, 1963
^JemsJhflcr/fdtar?
The Religious Dilemma in Israel Today
By BEN KATAN
QNE of the most puzzlingand to many
" American Jew, one of the most interesting
issues of life in fsraol is the role of Jewish reli-
gion for Israel's Jews. From time to time. Amer-
ican Conservatives and Reform groups have sent
emissaries to Israel, to spy out the land, in a
unique recapitulation of the history of the ancient
Hebrews. They have brought back reports ihat
many, if not most, Israeli Jews are alienated from
the official state-support*.I Orthodox Judaism
which-prcvails in Israel.
The Orthodox promptly retort that this is not
true and contend that if there was a real demand
among any large segments of Israeli Jews for a
non-Orthodox Jewish expression, such Jews would
have found ways to fulfill ... This is coupled with
vigorous denunciations ofand action against
efforts of Reform and Conservative Jewish lead-
ers to bring their versions of Judaism to the Is-
raeli scene.
Major Effort to Date
For a variety of reasons, no really compre-
hensive in-depth study has been made of this is-
sue in Israel But reports do emerge occasion-
ally which shed some light on the matters They
are especially interesting when they are free of
polemical position-taking. One of the most recent
of such reports deals with a Chanuka conference
held at the Jerusalem Biblical and Archaeologi-
Hebrew Onion College Biblical and Arch-
aeological School opened in Jerusalem dur-
ing the outgoing year. The school is a post-
PhD graduate research center, providing re-
sources for scholarly exchange and com-
munication in the fields of Bible and post-
Biblical archaeology and cognate fields.
Foreign Minister Golda Meir presents an
award to Mrs. Eli Resnikoff, national pres-
ident of Mizrachi Women, "in grateful rec-
ognition of exemplary service to the cause
of Israel's economic progress. Presentation
was in Los Angeles at a luncheon held un-
der the aegis of State of Israel Bonds.
cal School which was dedicated shortly afterwards
in a ceremony boycotted by Israel's Orthodox
leadership. The school is the major effort to
date of American Reform in Israel, other than a
scattering of small congregations established with
some aid from American reform sources.
The theme of the conference was "Seeking
Peace." Invitations were issued to 50 distinguish-
ed leaders from all parts of Israel, to discuss for
three day "the spiritual problems of Israel,"
according to Rabbi Herbert Weiner, a young Re-
form rabbi who had taken a leave of absence from
his congregational duties in New Jersey to direct
the affairs of the Jerusalem School in- its first
six months of operation. A total of 70 such per-
sonalities came to the conference. Rabbi- Weiner,
reporting on the event in a recent issue of the
Journal of the Central Conference of American
Rabbi>. did not specify, but obviously no invita-
tions were issued to Orthodox personalities.
Amon<; the dignitaries who came were mem-
bers of Israel's Parliament, high army officers,
a variety of professors and leaders of the non-
religious kibbutz movements. Rabbi Weiner ex-
plained that the dignitaries were invited not be-
cause they were famous but because he and other
members of the organizing committee "person-
ally knew them to be seriously concerned with
religious matters."
Dispensing with the usual routine of an open-
ing speech, the organizers asked the participants
to divid? themselves into five smaller groups,
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Rahel Yanait Ben-Zvi, visit the Mosad Aliyah
The Most Sacred of the High Holy Days
By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
"yOM Kippur is the most sacred and holiest day
of the jear in the life of Jews everywhere.
Its very" name spells forth the fundamentals of
Judaism, of religion and of the highest soul life
of man.
The holy Day of Atonement attempts to create
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only good way of life, to live our ethical life in
harmony with the God-given commandments; for
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virtue and sin, a day when we set aside the triv-
ialities of life and isolate ourselves to "walk on
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"Thus saith the Lord," almost every chapter
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tion:
"What does the Lord require of thee'.' Only
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bly with thy God." As clear as a mighty bell
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pur; a man must prepare himself for atonement
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tions that might assail him. No other man can
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victory for him.
In TalmueV and Tor ah
Wandering on the devious labyrinthine paths
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its Way of Sorrow and take the Way of Salva-
tion. We realize here the most momentous fact
in our religion that though man cannot always
be master of his destiny, the Almighty has ptac-
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