The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Page 3-A
>rael Warm Jordan Against Buildup
and security readiness must take i military situation aloig the boi
'this into consideration." < der into a political one. "Our
Turning to the situation on the borders will not be abandoned.''
Syrian border, the Premier stress- he asserted, adding that "Syru
TKL AVIV (J1A) Prime sequences-regardless of any ex- a thaw in the East-West Cold War ed that Isarel will not accept ef- 'knows that political means are not
linister Levi Eshkol this week terna aid sought by Jordan. was an essential condition to any forts bv Damascus to change the the only measure Israel can use
Lraed Jordan that Israel was Addressing the graduation exer-! improvement in the .Mideast poll-
,,,,;.. a close watch on the sit- rises of Israel's Army staff and \ tical climate. Israel, he said, has
Btion In that country, and that Command School, attended by never given up attempts to achieve
ln\ attempt on the part of the ncP"ty Defense Minister Shimon contact with the Arab countries.
Pman Government to adopt a ; 5 g^Jg* VSfil' "* ** ^^ "" ""*""
tore aggressive, nationalistic dwell a, iength on the si(uation in
Likv would result in serious con- the Middle East. He asserted that
lureau Guides Assist Teachers
Declaring that present con-
ciliation efforts between Egypt
and Jordan might be seen by the
Amman authorities as a remedy |
to current internal difficulties,
Mr. Eshkol stressed that such
The Bureau of Jewish Education The Bureau Teacher's Kit in-1 efforts afforded Nasser a means
Innounces distribution of four eludes articles on teaching objec-! of achieving his goal of absorb-
urricula and pedagogic bulletins tives, lesson planning, recom-! ing Jordan into the Egyptian
in ..II departments of schools for mended classroom p rocedure,! framework of aggression.
lie ne school year, according ro | methods of teaching Jewish his- .... .
Dscph Cohen. Bureau president.' lory, as well as devices lor stim- L. ff" to the United
Bebrew departments of Jewish t ulating student study in the Jew- S,aUis has contributed to his per-
jchools opened on Monday, with ish school. Further bulletins are | soni Prcst,e. but
the Sunday School departments available at the Bureau for all
ppening this Sunday. Jewish festivals of the year.
The Curriculum Guide of the -------------------
iureau outlines areas of study in n xl Am
he Sunday School departments, Dfflll MlTI
School Opens
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King Hussein was fooling himself,
he said, with the idea that his
request for Western aid for pur-
poses far exceeding genuine de-
filement of Festival activity and -WIIWWI vpcio fense needs will prevent his coun-
fculliiH's of Great Jewish Person-! Religious School of Temple Beth i try's collapse. He warned that;
(lilies, from Abraham until Ben- Am will start on Saturday and' any change or development in'
BERNARD SEGAL
AGENCY
ICurion.
The Flexible Six-Year Curri-
culum of the Bureau outlines
the area of study for Grades 1
to 6 in the Hebrew departments,
recommending suggests texts
and procedures.
Sunday. Sept. 5 and G. Hebrew I Jor(lan -concerns us directly-
ciasses begin on Wednesdav. Two1 ,
,.,. ., Jr. ,. _, hence we must keep our eves
firsts this year, the Temple is I
able to offer transportation to'Pen Israel's plans for political1
and from the mid-week Hebrew i_
school, and there will be eighth
and ninth grade class on Sunday |
mornings. Confirmation class,'
loth grade, will continue to meet
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Kippur and Sukkoth. giving both meet with Rabbi Herbert Baum-
content and methods of Instruc- gard at a oncea-month dinner
meeting.
Nursery Kindergarten of the
Temple is now accepting regis-
trations for the fall term. The
: program, under the direction of
' Mrs. Mina Goldblatl. prepares
1 children psychologically and emo-
I'onaily for public school experi-
ence.
PICTURE CREDITS
Frontispiece photograph of
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ill The Jewish Flonclian is
courtesy of the National Jew-
ish hospital at Denver. II-
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are courtesy of Max-
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losh Hashona to Open Sunday Eve
G:30 p.m. Second day of Rosh Johnson St., will launch the He-
Hashona, the sermon will be "God i brew Near Year 5725 with services
on Earth." Services will feature Sunday, Sept. 6, at 8 p.m. First
cntinu
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Temple Israel of Greater Miami, High Holy Da>s with Erev Rosh
137 NE 19th St.. will hold High Hashona services Sunday at 6 p.m.
a cantor and choir
Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
Us, O Father, in the book Ho|y I);iy M,,.vu.(,> at Mluln, BeacH First day of Rosh Hashona, Sept. will officiate at Ohev Shalom Con
Cantor ; Hirsn Adler I Convention Hall Dr. Joseph R. > 7. begins at 8 a.m. Rev. Cantor gregation, 911 Normandy Dr., be-
. the musical portions ol pjarot arl(| Cantor Jacob G. Born sadi Nahmias will officiate and ginning with Erev Rosh Hashona
assisted by the Tern- stpin wl]| otfjcjate During the preach Oil The Most Respected services on Sunday at 6:15 p.m
Junior congreg i Sunday 8 m observance, Dr. ol the Five
Narot will preach on "You are the Tuesday, the
World." Monday morning ser- Hashona, are also at 8 a.m.
vices, at 10 a.m., will include a <
.: from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 sornlOM on -Hou Long Will the
World Last- in the afternoon' Ii-'1'1'' Abraham Weinschnelder
.11 ofneiate at the Jacob C.
day of Rosh Hashona, services are
at 7 a.m. Evening services will
be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, the sec-
ond day of Rosh Hashona, ser-
vices also begin at 7 a.m. Rabbi
David Shapiro will officiate, with
Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun rcn-
nr.
.. for children between 5
uill be held in the main
on both days
, o A m TT i fir (df''ns the musical portions of the
Holidays, Services On Monday. Sept. 7. f.rst day of Children's services both
second day of Rosh Rosh Hashona services start at lur8v tnim,10"* *en,ce
days are at 10 a.m.
of Rosh
,'.i 3:30 p.m.. children's services
7:30 a.m., with the Torah reading
at 10 a.m. Sermon will be
Promises, Promises!" Shofar ,. ... ,
will be sounded at 11:15 a.m. Rabby Henry Wernick will o-
Mincha is at 5:45 p.m.. followed flclate at services of Temple 1
elM.~a.Hl nffieiate "'11 be held at the Temple. Rah Cohen Community Synagogue, 1532
Moms SkOP WlU Officiate | u. K,_, ,........_.....^ ......;.... Washington Ave., beginning Ban- LjU of Rosh Hashona. services beginning Sunday at 6:30 p.m. I he
CCS of Temple Beth Shirah,
S\V 120th St.. on Saturday
a.m. Rosh Hashona will
. red in on Sunday at 7:30
ith a sermon on "Making
a Year a Good Year."
Herman Gottlieb will ren
musical portions of the
Rosh Hashona on Mon
Tuesday will feature ser-
10:30 a.m. Sermon the
i- scheduled as "Ex-
bv Tashlich at 6:15 p.m. Second ereth Israel, 6500 No. Miami Ave..
services beginning Sur
Hashona
is
cance of the High Holy Days."
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bi Narot has prepared the services
and will also talk on the "Sign.li- ''V- ,; P m- following regular als0 bcgin at 7:30 a m Schedule Erev Rosh Hashona seimon
weekend Sabbath services. P'irst ,.cmajns the same in the morning scheduled as "Men or Missiles.
Jay ol Rosh Hashona. on Monday. except jor the sermon at 10:45 F'rst day of Rosh Hashona. on
Sept 7. services begin at 8 a.m. a scheduled as "Mans Birth- Monday, Sept. 7, services will be-
Sermon will be "Man and the Uni- f).lv gin at 8 a.m. Sermon is sche-
verse." Sounding of the shofar "' J duled as "Happiness or Pleasure."
is al 10:30 a.m. Tashlich will be
al 5 p.m., followed by Mariv at Hollywood Temple Si/ii, 1201 Continued on Page 8-A
. Man for a Shrinking Uni-
On the second day, Rab-
v ill discuss "The Shofar's
for Jews Who Listen."

h Jacob Congregation, 301-
hington Ave.. Rabhi Tibor
iil Hi ficiate at sen k es
kend Saturday at 8:30 a.m
lashona eve services will
p.m. Firsl day ol the New
.. :> v. ill be Monday morn-
li services scheduled al 8
mon will be "The Ki-i.'
11 iii Maii." Shofar is at
m. Tashlich service will
p m. Second day ol
i, shona services are also
.i for x a.m., with the
hcdulccl as "The Creator
[mage Shofar will be
at 11:15 a.m. Cantor
Mamches renders the
portions ol the liturgj
it* Center, 31.5 S\V 25th
I hold regular Sabbath
thi ii ekend at 8:30 a.m.
honi will be launched
ici Sunday evening,
a. Firsl day of Rosh
. on Monday, 9ept. 7. will
B a.m with i
i ahu '!' Swirsky officiating
hing on "From the
i Evening ser-
6 p m. Tuesday sec
High Holj
en ices ;it n a m
will be "A Hppy New
Happy." Cai
- the n.
Liturgy.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
illiciate at weekend service- ol
Temple Menorah, 620 75th St.. on '
Saturdaj at 9 a.m. Kiev Rosh|
la-hona will be Sunday, Sepl G
it 6:30 p m. First day of Rosh
[ashona is Monday at 8 a.m.. with
i'orah reading at 9:30 a.m. Sound
n- oi the shofar will be at 10
i m Evening service is at 6:30
mi Second day of Rosh Hash
ma will feature the same sc\c
lule. cantor Edward Klein ren-
ters the musical portions of the
.tin y, with the Temple choir
inder the direction of Kli Sam
uels,
Sephardic
Jollins Ave
Jewish Center,
will usher in
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As President of the South Florida Council of B'NAI B'RITK LODGES, it is truly my pleasure to extend
Brotherly Greetings for the NEW YEAR
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The B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges, rep-
resenting the fifteen B'nai B'rith Lodges in Dcde and Broward
Counties, extends to our brothers in B'nai B'rith and to all
Jews everywhere, sincere good wishes for the coming year.
May it bring all the good things of life: health, prosperity
and above all, Peace. May the blessings of God be bestowed
on us and all our works.
May it also be a year in which more and more of our
unaffiliated brethren are inspired to loin with us in the B'nai
B'rith way of life, Benevolence, Brotherly Love and Harmony.
ELI HURWITZ, President B'nai B'rith
Council of South Florida Lodges
OFFICERS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL B'NAI BRITH
OFFICERS OF THE FLORIDA STATE FEDERATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGES
President
President-Elect
Vice-President
Vice-President
Vice-President
Executive-Secretory
Treosurer
Trustee
frosfee
Trustee
Trustee
Trustee
ELI HURWITZ, 1009 Langford Building, Mia;ni 31
JOSEPH B. GORINSTEIN, 522 Morton Towers, Miami Beach 39
AINSLEE R. FERDIE, 2315 S. LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables 34
HARRY KERN, 225 S.W. 24th Road, Miami 29
E. ALFRED ROWEN, 2075 North Bay Road, Miami Beach 39
MAURICE J. FINEGOLD, 475 N.E. 50th Terre, Miami 37
WALTER A. APFELBAUM, 1622 duPont Building, Miami 32
LEON DICKOFF, 2910 Jackscn Boulevard, Hollywood
JACK R. GLICK, 20 South Shore Drive, Miami Beach 41
ALVIN GOODMAN, 346 Seybold Arcade, Miami 32
KRANK H. KRAVIT, 1500 Bay Road, Miami Beach 39
IRVING SCHATZMAN, 2395 Lake Pancoast Dr., Miami Beach 400
' resident
President-tied
Iff Vice-Prr sident
Regional Vice-Pres.
Rcjional Vice-Pres.
Regional Vice-Pres.
Regional Vice-Pres.
Ri< ionul Vice-Pres.
Rejional Vice-Pres.
Regional Vice-Pres.
Secretary
Treasurer
COL. SIDNEY PALMER, 3279 S.W. 8th Street, Micmi
ANSEL WITTENSTEIN. 2430 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
EUGENE EISEN, 401 Riviera, Tampa
MAURICE J. FINEGOLD, 475 N.E. 50th Terrace, Miami
JOSEPH B. GORINSTEIN, 522 Morton Towers, Miami Beach
ARTHUR HOROWITZ, 1141 N.E. 175th St., Norrh Miami Beach
HOWARD KAN, 146 Marvin Road, Ormand Beach
HENRY KRAMER, 712 Upland Road, Ofmand Beach
LEONARD RAUCH, 613 Central Ave., St. Petersburg
SAM ROBBINS, P.O. Box 586, Tallahassee
WALTER APFELBAUM, 1622 duPont Building, Miami
LOUIS OSSINSKY, JR., 155 S. Peninsular Dr., Daytona Beach
RANKING DISTRICT NO. 5 OFFICER IN FLORIDA
SAMUEL NIEBERG, President-Elect District No. 5, 3942 S.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida

JACK R. GLICK, Supreme Lodge Regional Director, 20 South Shore Drive, Miami Beach
LODGES COMPRISING SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL B'NAI B'RITH
Coral Gables Lodge
No. 1682
LEO L. STEINMAN, President
1501 S.W. 1st Street, Miami
Fort Lauderdale Lodge
No. 1438
RICHARD ROSENBERG, President
111 S.E. 6th Street, Fort Lauderdale
Freedom Lodge
No. 2421
CHARLES J. KOSSOVE, President
950 N.E. 171st St., No. Miami Beach
Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge
] No. 2079
ROBERT J. FRIEDMAN, President
1220 duPont Building, Miami
I. Harmony Lodge
No. 2463
BERNARD LANGBERG, President
955 N.E. 170th St., No. Miami Beach
Hatikvah Lodge of Miami Beach
No. 2362
ELLISON R. KOSSOVE, President
1500 Bay Road, Miami Beach
Judea Lodge
No. 2500
HARRY ROSEN, President
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Hollywood-Sunshine Lodge
No. 1662 \
LEON DICKOFF, President
2910 Jackson Blvd., Hollywood
Me-Ami Lodge
No. 2391
BERT S. BROWN, President
1510 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
Miami Beach Lodge
No. 1591
GERALD SCHWARTZ, President
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
North Dade Lodge
No. 2043
MURRAY E. HERSH, President
1270 N.W. 179th Street, Miami
North Shore Lodge
No. 1744
JACK A. BURSTEIN, President
7800 Harding Ave.
Sholem Lodge
No. 1024
MARVIN PEARLMAN, President
1010 Langford Building, Miami
South Dade Lodge
No. 2337
MARK R. RUBIN, President
1099 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
West Miami Lodge
No. 2249
GEORGE H. FISH, President
6347 S.W. 15th St., West Miami
HERE'S WHY
YOU
SHOULD
BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH...
to identify with the Jewish community
to help fight anti-Semitism and all bigotry
to help build character in our youth
to build an informed Jewry
to help promote human rights and human dignity
to work for your community
to kelp Israel
to promote good citizenship
to provide vocational service (or young people
to service the armed forces and veterans in hospitals
TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY, YOUR COUNTRY AND HUMANITY EVERYWHERE!
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Fridcy. Septen-Jjer
Rosh Hashona to Open Sunday Eve
Continued from Page S-A
SeCOSbOl day. services also begin
I 8 a.m.. followed by a sermon
on 'Reason tor Existence Even-
- -.-.ices Monday at 630 p.m..
and Tuesday at 7 30 p.m.

Cantor Julius Rosenstein will of-
f.ciate at Temple Tifereth Jacob,
Kl E 4th Ave.. Hialeah. following
1 Sabbath weekend services
". the Temple's observance
-:: n Sunday. 6
pm. First day of Rosh Hashona
ay. Sept T. at 8 30 a.m.
Evening services will be at 6 p.m.
ill be iollo..en
: r -econd day. Sept 8. with Can-
" Rosenstein preaching sermons
on both :
Temple Zimorj, 44 Zamora
Ave Coral Gables, will hold two
"- : High Holy Day services.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will -of-
fciate at services at the Temple
beginning Sunday, Sept. 6. 6 p.m..
with Cantor Ben Dickson officiat-
ing First day of Rosh Hashona.
Monday, Sept. 7. begins at 7:30
am., with Rabbi Brooks schedul-
ed to discuss What Does it Mean
to be Human0'" Second days ser-
vices are also at 730 a.m. Ser-
men will be 'SinWarCountry."'
Ri v Israel Friedman will of-
ficiate at auxiliary services at
Dado County Auditorium, with ser-
vices beginning Erev Rosh Hash
ona at 6 p.m. Services Monday
are at 7:30 a.m.. with the sermon
scheduled as "We Write a New
Page in the Book of Life." On
the second day. also at 7:30 a.m..
>en'ices will include "If All Our
Prayers are Answered." Cantor
Fred Bernstein renders the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy.
*
Miami Beach Eti Chaim, 1544
Washington Ave.. will hold Friday
evening service- at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services, beginning
at 830 a m.. will include reading
of the weekly portion of the Torah
and a sermon delivered by Rab-
bi Abraham Strassfeld. Mincha,
at 6 p.m. will be followed by
Maariv services. The New Year
of 5725 will be ushered in on Sun-
day at 6 15 p.m. Monday, the
' day of Rosh Hashona, will
begin at 8 a m with services con-
ducted by Morris Steinbook. gab-
bai, followed by reading of the
Torah. Rabbi Strassfeld s ser-
mon will be "Birthday of Human-
Uy." Cantor Rabbi Morris Fruch-
ter will conduct the Musof ser-
vices, and the day will concYide
with Mincha. TashJich and Maariv.
Tuesday morning services, at 8
a.m., will include reading of the
Torah. sermon on "Reason and
Sentiment in Judaism." and the
-hofar service. Mincha is sche-
duled for 5 30 p.m., followed by
-Maariv,
L-^cmeteru
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invites you to attend
Special Memorial Services
Sunday, September 13
vonduetvd by
RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
FLAGLER-GRANADA
10:30 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:30 a.m.
RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
BFTH DAVID
12:00 noon
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
1 p.m.
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
TEMPLE JUDEA
12:30 p.m.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
3:00 p.m.
For Further Information
Call MO 1-7693
Regular Saturday morning ser-
vices will be held at Temple Ner
Tamid, 79th St. and Carlyle Ave.,
at 8:45 a.m. Rosh Hashona will
be ushered in on Sunday at 6:15
p.m.. with the holiday observance
on Monday and Tuesday schedul-
ed for 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Rab
bi Eugene Labovitz and Cantor
Saul H. Breeh will officiate. Ser-
mon during the first morning will
be "Revealing Our Innermost
Secrets." On the second morning,
Rabbi Labovitz will speak on
Man in Search of Himself."
*
"Free New Year TTioughts" will
be Rabbi S. M. Matchtei's ser
mon at 8:30 p.m. services on
Friday r.ight at Temple B'nai
Sholom, 16800 N'W 22nd Ave.. Opa-
Iccka. Saturday morning senices
beginning at 9:30, will include
"The Weekly Portion." Rabbi
Machtei will conduct services and
preach tb.e sermons during the
holidays, with Cantor Abraham
Reiseman and the Temple choir
chanting the musical portions. On
Sunday. 8 p.m.. the Rosh Hash-
ona eve topic will be "Farewell
and Welcome." Schedule on Mon-
day slates services at 9 a.m. and
G p.m.. and on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
S<>rmons on the first day will be
"There is Only You." and
"Where is God?" The question.
What Makes You a Jew?", will
be explored on the second day.

Rabbi David Rosenfeld. assisted
by Cantor George Goldberg and
Morris Brooks, will officiate (Tur-
ing weekend and Holy Day ser-
services will be at 630 p.m. Sat-
Center, 50 NW 51st PI. Friday
sen-ice- will bat 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a m.. with Bar Mitzvah oi Ira.
son of Mr and Mrs. Murray Gor-
don, to be followed by Kiddush,
Rosh Hashona Mincha on Sunday
be at 6 p.m. Schedule on the
first anil second days star! at 8
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a.m., and Mincha at 5:45 p.m.'
Rabbi r^atrrfasdps I Mtmwi Men-'
day will be "A Labor Day Mes-
sage.'* On Tuesday, the topic will1
he "A Clarion Call." Junior ser-
vices during the High Holy Days
ill be held from 10:30 to 12:30,
p.m. Samuel Hollander and Mer-
yn Levin will supervise services
for the 9 to 14-year-olds.
Beth Torah Congregation, 1051
No Miami Beach Blvd.. will bold
regular services on Friday at 6
p.m. On Saturday, during .ser-
vices beginning at 8:45 a.m.. Rab-
bi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Neil, son
m Mr. and Mrs Herbert YYolfer;
and Malcolm, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Teitzer. High Holy Days
"ill be observed starting on Sun-
da) at 6 p.m. Morning services'
on Monday ami Tuesday are slat-1
ed lor 7:30 a.m.. followed by
Torah reading at 9 15 am. Shofar
will bo heard at 10:45 a.m.. clos-
ing Mincha and Maariv at 6 p.m.
"Can We Rediscover a National
and Individual Purpose''" will be
the question discussed by Dr.
Lipschitz on the first day. On
the second day. hjs Rosh Hashona
sermon will be on "Become In-
volved and Do Not Mind Your I
Own Business." All musical por-|
tions of the bobdey bs.
will be chanted by Canto,
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Temple Juatea, 320 p
Ave.. .will hold Fnda\ t
services at 8:15 p.m. Rabt
ris A. Kipper v.ill officiate
Harry Carney, organ
the liturgical music 1 mi
bat will be hosted by Mr, as
Ben Kazan in honor
Michael, who will
Mitzvah during Satur<:
services at 10:30 am
evening at 8:15 p.m.,
in the Rosh Hashona
at the Temple. "Is
archie"" will be the -
cussed by Rabbi Kipper
day, with further discus-i
day. Is Liberal JVidaisi
Ancient?" Ser\ ices
arc scheduled fur '."
children's service on
2:30 p.m.

Arc We Afraid
will be Rabbi Danic
erman during Friday
services. 8:15 p.m. a;
Sinai of North Dade, lit
St. Rosh Hashom servi
be conducted by Rahbi L
ginning Sunday at IS
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Mot.
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Continued on Following P,.,
Community
Memorial Services
OFFERED BY THE
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS -ART
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 13; 1964
11:00 A.M. (One Week from This Sundc.
MM Solomon Sch'iff 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. 137rh STREET
Sunday, September 13,1964
2:00 P.M. (One Week From This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon SchHI Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
WILL OFFICIATE
Canfor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
$ o $
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABNER. President HYMAN P. GALBUT. P-o< -< Chairr in
CO CHAIRMEN MEMORIAL SERVICES COMMOTE!


Friday. Seplemb* 4, 1684
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Hashona
Continued from Pr*cMnfl Page
will be Another Twilight Zone."
Ln Monday morning, at 10:15,
I en ices IU include a sermon on
In the Morning They are Like
|l. Grass Which Growcth Up."
children's >er\ice!i are slated for
Iv:tii p.m.
ktarts with mornings at'VTtS a.m., The Portion of Law," and "Loy-
tffcifar stTvie* at 10 a.m., and ser-ftlty to*Loyaltie*s''Tll"fte discus's1
mon at 12 noon. There will be ed starting at 5:15 p.m. New He-
'evening services at 6:15 p.m. on brew Year 5725 will be ushered
are slated for 8:30 a.m., with the ,, i. ;,u ,,
discussion group at 5:15 p.m., fol- Mon,ia^ ,
lowed by Mincha at 6:15 p.ni.Rab-
Dl Richtcr will conduct High Holi-1 fr '
day services, beginning on Sun- vices, Sept. 5, 8:45 a m., at Bth
day at 6 p.m., with Cantor Jack Kodesh Congregation, 1101 SW
Family worship services on Fri
asy:~~i3ti"v!in.. w~wwih at
Temple Beth Am, 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., with Rabbi Dr. Herbert M.
I Baumgard delivering a sermonctte
in on Sunday at 6 p.m.. with Can-; gearcd ^ ^ children Cantor
tor Benjamin Ben-Ari, Rev. Alex Carles s. Kodner will offer the
Stahl and Rabbi Alter Werebyczik musical portion of the program.
officiating with Rabbi Shapiro.
Lerne." chanting the liturgical 12th Avc. Bar Mitzvnh of Ber' On Monday and Tuesday. Sept.
portions of the observance. Topic nard. son of Mrs. Catalina Rosncr, and 8. at
lor the evening launching Rosh will be observed. Rabbi Max, services will include the themes
Hashona 5725. will be "Opening Shapiro will officiate and preach "Great Time for Preaching and
Sermon during 7-30 on "You are Counted." Kiddush "The Eternal Alibi.
and all children who have observ-
ed a birthday during the past four
months will be blessed. On Rosh
.Rofu lJj|shon_a I Hashona eve Sunday, services will
be held at 8 p.m., with Rabbi
Baumgard speaking on the theme,
"Why are You Here?" On Mon-
.m. scr-
Slaurday morning services, God'a Gates" Sermon during 7 30 on "You are Counted." Kiddush "ine eternal audi. special u- ..why are You Here?" O
.chcduled for 9 a.m. at Temple ., m scrviecs on Monday will be and reception in honor of the con- dent services throughout the holi-,day Sept 7 during 10 a
7,cn will be held in the old build- firmand will he held in the audi- day will be under the direction ot j
... '-,t 5720 SW 17th St. Rosh Lift Up Your Voice Like the toTium following the ceremony. Menachem Shift. Continued on Page 12-
i,.hona services wUl be observed Shofar." Junior Congregation
,. new Temple, at 8000 Miller services will be held at 4:30 and
.,i Rabbi Alfred Waxman will ificiate d all services. Rosh '"na will have services at 7:30 a.m.
hona will be ushered in on Sun- [ and f> p.m. Morning sermon topic
, 615 P.m i)lirlng 8;3 am "'" hc 'The B,es8ed Israel"
,rvices on Monday morning.
Waxman's sermon will be
The King <>t KingsWho is He?"
services are slated for
p m "Imitation or Emula-
|| be the topic on Tues- ^hjff
la\ morning, services to begin at
30 .i in.
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
390 NE 171st St., will hold rcgu-
.1 weekend services Friday at
6 ;w p.m., and Saturday at 8:30
:n with Rabbi Sherwin Stauber
Regular Friday and Saturday
services this weekend at Congre-
gation Beth El, 500 SW 17th Ave.,
and Rosh Hashona observance will
be conducted by Rabbi Solomon
also deliver the
sermons. Services Friday begin
at 6:15 p.m.. and on Saturday at
8:30 a.m.. with study class and
Mincha at 5:43 and 6:15 p.m. Rab-
bi Schiff's topic in the morning
will be -Eternal Vigil." The High
Holy Days will be ushered in on
Sunday. Sept. 6. at 6:15 pm.
scheduled to speak on "Portion of servic'cs fir;t an(l SCCOnd day of
ihe Week" at 10:30 a.m. Rosh n-w n... >...... .. ;n k> luM > 7-an
Hashona eve at the synagogue
.Mil be ushered in at 6 p.m. First
.mil second day observances of
Rosh Hashona start at 8 a.m.
Minion topic on Monday will be
New YearNew Resolutions."
Rosh Hashona will be held at 7:30
a.m. On Monday, Sept. 7, subject
will be "A New Year or Another
Year" On Sept. 8. topic will be
"Is It Ever Too Late."
:.i *
Beth David Congregation, 2625
on Tuesday he will discuss "A SW 3rd Ave.. will hold Friday ser-
in-ram of Tomorrow." Auxiliary vices at 6 p.m.. and Saturday ser-
Rosh Hashona services will be held vices at it a.m. During the morn-
.1 Washington Federal Auditor!- ing services. Rabbi Norman N.
um. >99 NE 167th St. Shapiro and Cantor William W.
? Lipson will officiate at the Bar
Sabbath services this weekend at Mitzvab of Scott, son of Mr. and
Congregation B'nai Raphael, 1401 Mrs. Jerry Meltz. Rabbi Shapiro
NW I83rd St.. will begin at 8:15 and Cantor Lipson will also con-
in with Rabbi Harold Riehtor's duct Ron Hashona observances to
Formon to be "Reflections on the begin on Sunday at 6:15 p.m.
Passing Year." Saturday services Schedule for the first two days
.
1
Community Memorial Prayers
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
Sunday, September 13
Rabbi Murray A. Alstet
will be present in the Park to hold
Community Memorial Services for Mourners j
at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
t
& $ $
Temple Memorial Services
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
Sunday, September 13
FOR THE FOLLOWING CONGREGATIONS
TEMPLE JUDEA -
Rabbi Morris Kipper, 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.
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liputian- -eize him. bind him.
control him and actually enslave
him
Thi- i- the tragedy of our lives
and the curse of aimles- living.
Like the witches of Macbeth, we
do and we do and we do. but we
accomplish so little all because
we are small and our I
myopic; all because we do not
really -" "r lccl or cornpre-
):.: d; all because we are a-
Prof. Arnold T>\nbee. the fa-
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the belief that in the
human hi-tory it is
only those civilizations and peo
pies !>.'" n sponded to the chal-
. of their times that sur-
re.-t perished
I ki no other generation
in human history that h.-t- been
b o m b a r d c d with thai:'
r than those we face to-
traditions and our val-
ue- are being buffeted by the
winds ol unrest We stand at
the crossroads, How >hall we
re-pond to all these challenge-''
The -holar plead- with US to
awakento emerge from the -hill
of Minigness and complacency
and Mnallness of spirit. The
sounds of the shofar inspire us
to rise to our full moral and
spiritual -tature as God's chil-
dren and as His co-workers in
-mall and u-< ..
n (thing I cat
the fashioning of a new world But God. in i| ;. M I
and a Letter society. -aid, Oh. jnsl buil
In the word- of the poet you."
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fJewist) fhridimn
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By; EDWARD COHEN
New Radio Personality
Wants Balanced Show
It has taken Lee
Vogel only a
few days to dis-.
cover what life is
like on a Miami
late radio show.
'he net? provocateur on WQAM's
ip to 2 a.m. open discussion
roBTJ m 'he replaces Alan Court-
eyi ras known his share of un-
opularity in Kansas City and
i Mi- neapolis-St. Paul. But:
"1 have never had such a cam-
aign as the attack from the far
ight ere. They have threaten-
(I th- station's advertisers with
oyci slandered management
nit i And the language. For-
unati :. there's a seven-second
ig between what comes over
he l< phone from some of these
id what I decide will ulti
nati go over the air.
Award Winner
Tl might make me seem like
but except that I only use
11he cut-off when a remark is in
had taste and offensive, not
[when omcone disagrees with
me only ask that callers do
me I" courtesy to refrain from
[group slander, racial or religious
Ibigotr
:act that Vogel won the
eorge Peabody Award for
Service in Radio in 1963
-cries of programs which
resulted in the University of
Minnesota's being cleared of un-
due Communist influences is not
likely 'o make him popular with
the right-wingers who made up
the articulate audience of his
predeci -~or.
"1 have never been saddled by
any gj up or program, or been
i a propaganda vehicle for any
one j: losb'phyreligious or poli-
: tical. In Kansas City, I did a
series n certain churchmen and
[their jmmunist front activities
dnd wi labeled a 'fascist.' Lead-
ers oj the DFL (Democratic-
'ai ii 'Labor Party) in Minne-
sota i c Democratic Vice Presi-
dential nominee Hubert Hum-
phrey nd Mayor Art Naftalin
Ivouldi I appear on my program
becausi. I believe, they felt I
Ivouldi I handle them with kid
{love! Well. I've never been
|hc darling of any group, and I
inn't be intimidated to be that
ire.
"I look at it this way. My bus-
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Fret-Style Approach
Vogel prepared for his role as
a drama major at Carnegie
Tech alter an unexciting boy-
hood in Long Beach, N.Y.. but
sees no relationship between his
radio program and theatrics.
"Except for the fact that I re
?search \hat1am talking about,
I have a free-style approach.
Controversy is only a result, a
means to an end, not the end it-
self. I do not intend to provoke,
but I am very opinionated about
a lot of subjects, and I have very-
little patience with those who
call and speak without really
know what they're talking about.
On the other hand, the effective
ness of a program like this is
that a reasonable opportunity!
be given for an opposing point
of view to be presented."
The lack of an opposing point i
of view on the program in the
past was brought home to Vogel;
the first nightless than two
weeks agothat he took over the
WQA.M microphone.
Won't Tune Out
"When I got through giving
my interpretation of extremism. |
Communism, patriotism, and so
forth, the phone lines got hyster-
ical. Apparently, the extremists
had had things their own way
and had been spoiled in an un-
usual way. They didn't seem to
be able to stand still for an open
discussion, or equal to the de-
mand that they back up their
views."
"1 don't think we will lose that
audience. The extremists may
not call in with the same zest.
but they won't tune out because
they will want to know how
they're doing."
Vogel is hopeful that "far
more will be attracted to a dis-
cussion program that is on bal-
ance." Part of that wish Is
stirred by his desire to find
roots in the community with his l
Brazilian wife and their five
children.
"My father was Jewish, but
because of a mixed marriage, I
had no religious training *as a
child. About five years ago, I
chose to number myself a Jew.
My way of thinking, my cultural
inclinations, my philosophy of
life were all close to Judaism:
'and my wife, who was brought
up a Catholic, feels much the
same way. I haven't established
a real identity, but I intend to
do so, and I hope to be able to
help my family do so."
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Friday, September 4,
Rosh Hashona Services
Continued from Pag* 9-A
vices, the sermon topic will be
Who is a Conservative? Fam-
ily ten ice* will be held at 2
P m

Temple Beth Sholom, Cha.-t- Ave.
at 41>t St.. will have Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating at weekend
and High Holy Day services, with
Cantor David Conviier rendering
the musical portions of the observ-
ances. Friday services at 8:15
p.m will be preceded by organ
prelude> beginning at 7:45 p.m..
and Saturday morning is slated
to begin at 1045 a.m Rabbi
Kroni.-h' theme for Rosh Ha.-h-
ona will be "In Search of Faith
During Thee Daya of Dialogue."
On Sunday. Sept. 6. during 8:15
services, the eve of Rush Ha>hona,
v ill explore Apathy and V10-
lence." On Monday and Tuesday,
he will explore "Apathy and V10-
CUSS 'America and Israel" the
:ir>t day. and "Rabbi and Con-
gregant'" on the second day.
* *
Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami, 2400 Pinetree Dr.. will hold
regular Friday 6 p.m. and Satur
da) 8:30 a.m services Rosh
Hashona services will be held in
the auditorium of the Dora Cohen
Memorial Building, with Cantor
Seymour Kutner. of Memphis.
Tenn., officiating and Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross offering the ser-
Moscow Discourages Observance of New Year
MOSCOW iJTA Two can-
tors ith choirs will participate
in the High Holy Day services to
be conducted here at the Central
rding to an an-
ncement b> Chief Rabbi Ye-
h Li ib Levin, the Novosti
si lgn< 1. an official S
: rvice, report-
. "1. cam a re named
Barkan and"

A" same time S -'. re-
I that Rabbi L<
statement on
1 : Ri sfa Hashona "With
\ : ighty. the New
r will bring us new happi-
The chic: thin- is the saie-
peace The
pie of my country are work
for thi-; all peoples of good
are working for it. As the
el i-aiah urged: Our
is to rail.', our forces
the indness and hap-
Let there be
Efforts to send to Soviet Jews
a supply of ethrogim, Israeli
grown citrons used in rites cele-
brating the holiday of Succoth,
havt thus far failed. Requests
for permits addressed to the
Sovlot authorities remain unan-
swered, it was reported in Jeru-
salem. Su! ing of Sept. 20.
. itelv. some Israelis h
hrogim to their
. ,n t nion, hop-
ill reach the ad-
....
' : .
iet news agency whose dispatches
are published only abroad and not
:n the USSR, issued a report from
Moscow about the readiness ol
Moscow's Central Synagogue to
iiold Rosh Hashjna services, an-
otber Soviet organ, officially pub-
lished by the Government for S \
t readi rs, continued its at'.
- Israeli diplomats
Trad, the mouth] iec< oi the
iet tra.le union movement.
been fr< iientl)
the S iet app itui for spr
: k- a gain -t Israeli
Judaism with Zionism, has
launched a fresh attack agam.-t
Israelis in the USSR. It accu-<
Moshe Zimrat sec n cretarj 1
the Israeli legation in Moscow.
Mrs Zimrat and Mr. and Mrs
Yehuda K >t/. the latter an em-
ploye ol the Isra n ol
sin] Zi mist
literature" among Jews in Riga.
Kiev and other large cities
(The New York Times quoted
Trud as aying that three mem-
bers of the Central Synagogue
have been suspended for six
months for havirg contacts with
the Israelis. The three were
identified, without first names,
as Feldsher, Vilenchik and
Genin.)
Experts hi re on Soviet 1
la] that "Novosti
g hot, while Trud is blow-
cold." The\ said that Novos-
ti is trying to influence public
sentiment abroad in resp m e to
orldv ide protests against Soviet
full i' :. ious cultural
rights to Russian Jews At the
ame time, they noted, Trud is
"setting the line" for Soviet tit:
mons. Ro~h Ha-hona schedule"
-tarts 6 p.m., Sunday, and con-
tinues 8 a.m., Monday and Tues-
Sept. 7 and 8. Monday ser-
mon by Rabbi Gross will be
' Reaching for the Moon in Jew-
ish Life On Tuesday, his topic
will be "A Nation is Born."

Rabbi Zevi Greenwald will con
duct the Conservative service.- at
I Southwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW
' 8th St.. beginning Friday at 6
pm. On Saturday. 9 a.m.. his
>ermon topic will be "Thoughts
and Actions for the Holy Days."
During the Rosh Ha-hona ob-
-ervance. beginning Sunday. Sept
;'.. at 6 p.m.. Rabbi Greenwald
will be assisted by the choir
First day sermon on Monday, 8:3o
a.m is entitled "What are We.'"
On Tuesday, also 8:30 am., ser-
vices will include a sermon on
"The Book of Life." Both day-
conclude with Mincha and Maanv
at 6 p.m.
Rabbi David Lehrfield and <
Abraham Sell will officiate
during weekend anil holi I ij ser
- ;! Knescth Isriel Cona-cga-
tion, 1415 Euclid Ave Friday
evening services will be held at
6 p.m. Saturday sermon, du
-. will be "Stand-
Bi fore God on the Ev<
the Hi '1 Holy Days." Rosh
"ii Sun laj ill
I egin at G p.m. Schedule first
Sept. 1, si tes services at 8
a.m. and G p.m., with Rabbi Lehr-
'- morning topic, "Call ol the
"A N< '. Year or An-
ther Year?" will be the subject
durine secoi d daj 's observance,
luled for 8 a m.
TorarTtemple, 10th Sfajj
ton Rd., will launch the
Hashona observance on <
with Maariv services at 6 ij,
Rosh Hashona service- C0(
Monday at 8:30 a.m., with
Abraham Cassel Officiating
ed by Cantor Joseph Ma'l'ek
Leonard Kornreich, Guest ni
er will be Dr. Isaac CarmJ
10:45 a.m. Second day of ft
Hashona, on Tuesday, servieat]
begin at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi C
will discuss "Life Can be
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vJewisf) Ffaridfifiun
Page 13-A
iminent Leaders Serve on Committee
Dinner Tribute Honoring Margulies
JOHN CKONOUSKI
)ronouski Lowers
>ostal Expenses
By Special Report
J WASHINGTON Post mast-
I General John Austin Gronouski,
J|,o took office Sept. 30, 1963, is
lie onij member of a President's
Lbinet ever to hold an earned
>hD.
The postal budget he submitted
I Congress in January, 1964 for
fiscal 1965 was $150 million under
he estimate made four month9
arlier. The reduction was achiev-
(! without eliminating essential
ervices, and within the frame
h-ork of safeguarding the liveli
\.....I of career employees.
As major project of his postal
Administration, Gronouski has
Taken action to speed up parcel
Lost deliveries and to cut down
|-hiv and damage to the mails.
He also has placed the full
Ireighl and prestige of his office
behind such important programs
ZIP -ode, a modern approach
processing and transporting
[he mail through the concept ol
Icctional centers.
A roster of prominent area
i eaders and members of Temple
>Seth Torah will serve on the
"ommittee of Hosts for the con
p-egation's first Israel Dinner of
Tribute to take place Saturday
vening, Sept. 19. at the congre
;ation.
Heading the committee as din-
er chairman is Rabbi Max A.
Lipschitz. Co-chairman is Irving
fewman. Richard Sneider is
iresident.
To be honored in recognition
of his service to the congrega-
tion and to the State of Israel
is Dave Margulies.
Members of the Host Commit-
ee, who were entertained at a
eception at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Stein last Sunday
veiling, include:
Mi. and Mrs. Israel Abrame, Loula
..... > .! Ax. Irod, Dolls Baum,
Charles Bodiln, Raymond Bookman,
lAwrence Brunt. Jerome Cavell, Ken-
neth Chaltman, Dave Deveaugh, Wil-
liam Uk'kman, Mervyn Dorfman,
Sinn liorfman, Morris Drapkln, .ler-
r> I'll.Ml. Richard Klterman, Rob-
rl Mill.hi Kntin. Bernard Bpter,
Matthew Et linger, Stanley HHlke,
Morrln Feldman, lu h'oater. Samuel
"ox, Saul l-'i.....htel, Henr> Pri-edmnn,
Stanley hYlerimiin, Hoi.-nee (ilnesln.
\li and Mi~ Ri vu (ilasa, Nathan
1 ilax r, Julius iordon, Xew ion
r...... Mo*riH 1 ;i.-. ni. re. Martin
Hot-hmnn, Prank Hornntefn, l...w-
rence Hurwlt, Ben Karp, !< urge
Kntxman, Theoilore Klameti, llyman
Klieger, Jurk Lavln. Max \a- Simon, 1..a.m.. I.. ro> Levy, Rolerl
l.lpof, Stanley .\ltu-hel, Julian N -
ron, Kurt Neumann, Irving Wwm; n,
Nathan Oiitrov, Kusanne Bopkin, Ir-
win Raff el, Howard Raluy, Sj Reese,
Morton Reins.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roeklln. Mor-
,.11 RoxenMiith, Solomon Sandier,
Abraham Schorr, Inlng Seldel. Nell
Shtelr, Richard Sneider, Arthur Kny-
. 1. j|vr. 11 Rpontlei. Alvln Stern,
1 mils Taylor, Solomon Toonkel, Mich-
ael Totn, Arthur Wlnton, Carl
,w erm 1. and Jei nmi Schwai M.
Congratulating Dave Margulies (second from
left) upon beinq selected to receive the Israel
Redemption Award is Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
of Congregation Beth Torah, as leaders plan-
ning the congregation's Israel Dinner to be
held on Saturday evening, Sept. 19, look on.
They are Mr. and Mrs. Dave Margulies, Rich-
Bloom to Leave
3eth Shalom
Herbert C. Bloom, director of
'ducation of Temple Beth Sholom,
s leaving his post to return to
lie field of general education, ac-
cording to a joint announcement
by Louis F. Snetman, president of
Temple Beth Shohim, and Sylvia
B. Kaplan, chairman of the Tem-
ple's Board of Education.
In the meantime. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of the
congregation, will personally sup-
ervise the school.
Rabbi Kronish is chairman of
he Religious Education Commit-
tee of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis. He will be as-
sisted by Dr. Solomon S. Lichter
-Community memorial services I :,nd Miss Nettie Goldstein.
Kill be offered by the Greater) Dr. Lichter, educational con-
Khami Jewish Cemetery Associa- Uultant to the school, is principal
ion on Sunday. Sept. 13. >f Ida H. Fisher Junior High
Honoring our beloved deceased; School. He has been a principal
a part ol" our high Holiday re- \ of Ida M. Fisher Junior High
lentance," according to Hyman as well,
lhabner. president. Miss Goldstein has been with
I Miami Beach Councilman Hy- Beth Sholom as head Hebrew
Ban P. Galbut, program chair- teacher since 1948.
lemorial Services
ilated at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery Sept. 13
ard Sneider, president, Mrs. Sneider, Rabbi
and Mrs. Lipschitz, Mayor and Mrs. Arthur
Snyder. Second row are Mrs. Stanley Stein,
chairman of the Committee of Hosts, Stanley
chairmen of the dinner,
chairman of the dinner.
Members of the Host Committee for Congrega-
tion Beth Torah-Israel Dinner of Tribute to be
held Saturday evening, Sept. 19, at the con-
aregation are Mrs. Morton Reiss, Mrs. Max A.
|ian, who along with Chabner
erves as co-chairman of the
(lemorial Services Committee, an-
nounced the following schedule:
At the Jewish Section of Wood-
lawn Park C.mtery, 3260 SW
8th St., services will be held
Sept. 13 at II a.m., with Rabbi
Solomon Sen iff. Beth El Con-
gregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Beth Kodosh Congregation, and
Cantor William Lipson, Beth
David Congregating, officiating.
Services will also be held at
degree as Bachelor of Jewish
Pedagogy from Teachers Institute
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary in New York. She also has
a Bachelor of Science degree from
Teachers College, Columbia Uni-
versity.
Adult Education
At Beth Am
Adult Education Committee of
. Temple Beth Am, under the chair-
IMount Sinai Memorial Park Ceme- manship of Mrs. Joshua Segal, nas
frery 1125 NW 137th St., on Sept. I announced the start of a new
b at 2 p.m. Officiating will be | adult institute on Mondv__eyen-
labfcis Schiff and Max Shapiro
knd Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of Beth
lacob Congregation. Cantor
Maurice Mamches, of Beth Jacob,
Rill render the musical portions
pi the liturgy.
Seats, a tent and prayerbooks
[will be furnished, according to
Chabner and Galbut.
ing, Sept. 28, with courses pre-
sented for eight weeks.
At each session, slated to meet
at 8 p.m., Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
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lected Bible texts.
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Move to Cut American Aid to Egypt
WASHINGTON JTA A
Ml virtually ail future
* amendment to the
r Peace bill now beiore
- announced bv Rep
Ohio Republican.
h and military build-up of
the Nasser regime
Rep. Boiton stated It 15 ludi-
crous that our aid has ena^ed
Or. Zifi at Convention
Dr. S-nford Z.U T439 Di-Jeland
Mill, has been invited to attend
F.r-t International Confer-
M Myopia to be held Sept
U ..-. Mew York City Repre
'.-" 'he Dade County Outome-
- -on. Dr Ziff *U1 par-
pate in a special meeting frith
medical prafecrioa to explore
Met :n contact ten.-*- a- re
to oByocoj
Eyemen Form
Speakers Bureau
Bureau has been or-
he Dade County Opto-
D to inform club^
- about eye care
ind vision conservation
Pre-:dent Dr Arthur Helfman
^p-x.intcd Dr Frederick Berg
i- chairman of the bureau
Mem Deri of the committee in-
t Dr Mar-hall Wr^'ht. Coral
.aoi*-- ir'-a, Dr Sttnle) F.-omm.
area; Dr. Leor.ar'i
Margolis, Homestead and South
irea; and Dr Jack Wolfe.
xka and Uialeah areas.
Nasser to divert other resources
k pay for cra-h program to de-
\eiop -hort and medium-range
ground to-ground missiles for fu-
ture threat: to Israel '" He said
that he hi -j the abuse of
American aid by Na-ser. and
found it inconceivable that
ever a billion dollars worth of
urplu- commodity aid since 1954
was given to Nasser by the U.S.
Memorial Service
At Mount Nebo
On Sunday. Sept 13. special
memorial service- will be held at
Mount Nebo Cemetery. 5505 NW
3rd St.. Miami
The -ervice is scheduled as part
of a traditional observance to pay-
respect to the departed during
the High Holy Day period.
At 10 30 am. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. of Flagler-Oranada Jewi-h
Center, will officiate at the ser-
vice-
Dr Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Fmanu El. will officiate at 11 30
a m
Also scheduled during the :pec-
r.emonal occasion Sept. 13 are
the following
-Rabb: Norman N Shapiro, Beth
David Congregation, at 12 noon.
Rabbi Morris A Kipper. <>:
Temple Judea. at 12 30 p.m.
Rabbi Mayer Abramcnwtz. of
Temple Menorah, at 1 p.m.
Rjbbi Max Shapiro, of Congr
nation Beth Kodesb, a' 3 p.m
Government permitting Nasser
thereby to divert his economy
and agriculture to grow cotton for
export to the Communists, to pay
for over Sl.OoO.OOO.OOO worth of
the most modem and lethal weap
Rep Boiton found it 'intoler-
able"' that the "Food for Peace"'
program was being used "to fi-
nence Natter' aggressive adven-
tures He gave details on how
U.S. assistance under both Repub-
lican and Democratic Administra-
tions helped subsidize Nasser's
military machine. He said that,
recently. ,uch aid was used to
underwrite the cost of the war in
Yemen "
The Bin. m.k.ubob. is due on
the House floor for action this
week The chances of the Bol
ton amendment are viewed as fav
o.-able because of disillusionment
with Nasser. But the stand of
Congressmen from large urban
centers will be crucial.
Rep. Boiton said that, in the
last few day;. Nasser pressured
the Lnited States in connection
with the evacuation of two Amer-
ican-leased airbases in Libya. He
also raised a question of Nasser's
supply of arms to Greek Cypnots
>" disrupt American and United
Nations peace effort; in Cyprus.
He revealed that the State Depart-
ment now is in "active discu-
-ion" in Cairo on a new three-
year agreement for vast new sur-
plui commodity -hipments to
Egypt.
Rep. Boltor. said that members
' Congrei -hould back hi- anti-
r amendment because it was
not a partisan issue and conform- nominee for the V cr- p
m with both the Republican and favored severance of
Democratic platform planks on during the debate r *
the Near East. He stated that ar.ti-ageres.sion am* "' "
Sen Hubert H. Humphrey. Mm- -iderabL sTatc TD-'
ne^ota Democrat and Democratic Boiton more was
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an and Israeli desalination and nuclear power experts
jme meetings in Washington this month on plans for
X)0 000 atomic power-water desalination plant in Israel.
lent on American-Israeli cooperation was reached in
-ton during Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's visit last June.
discussing the-project are (left to right) Myer Feldman.
-ounsel to the President; Ambassador Avraham Har-
Israel; Premier Eshkol; and President Johnson. (Photo
cumenical Predicted
Will Contain Schema
h Jews and Deicide
r 1 is (JTA) The third chancery of Joseph Elmer Car-
Lion : the Ecumenical Council, (jjnai Ritter.
Jsm,- will definitely have be- "deicide" has been
IBv it .. schema affirming the
Keep: :hat all humanity and. dropped from the version of the
S the Jewi alone is responsible j schema prepared for debate at the
m the < .icifixion of Christ, it was j third session, opening at the Vati-
ertateed here this week at the can on September 14, but the con-
i-pt itself remains on the Agenda;
lie" Cardinal said.
Cardinal Ritter told a press
conference during National Lit-
urgical Week that "to my knowl-
edge, the word 'deicide' has
been removed from the schema
but the meaning that the Jew-
ish people are not guilty of dei-
cide is still implied in the
schema. The schema is still un-
der discussion. It is not final.
It may be that when the Coun-
cil resumes the word will be re-
turned to the schema."
The Cardinal previously had!
been quoted as saying that he did
not believe that the Council would
be satisfied with a watered-
down*' version of the draft, and
that he felt that the deicide
charge, as well as the proposal to
condemn it, had been "unduly em-
phasized" by those fighting anti-
Semitism. Much anti-Semitism,
he said, could be attributed to
"ignorance on the part of people
who don't go to any church."
The interview revived forebod-
ings among Jewish sources con-
cerning the whole question of a
forthright condemnation by the
Council of the deicide charge. Dr.
John Slawsdh, American. Jewish
Committee "executive vice presi-i
dent, said in New York he was
pleased by the Cardinal's state-
ment that he did not believe the
Council would be satisfied with a
diluted version. He also said that
. "any weakening of the clause j
i dealing with the rectification" of
the deicide charge "would be a I
disservice to the position of Jews:
throughout the world, and would
constitute a negative factor in
Catholic Jewish relations."
Another AJCommittee official.
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, di-
rector of its Interreligious Af-
fairs Department, said that some
leaders of the Catholic Hierarchy
in this country were seriously
disappointed over the text of the
schema. He told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the for-
mation in the revised draft was
"weak and indecisive, when con-
trasted with the language con-
tained in the version introduced
t the second session of the
Ecumenical Council."
He added that 'Catholic pre-
lates have expressed to us their
serious disappointment over this
text, And hav^indicated thei jp-
terminatioiT to restore "the decree
to its more decisive form, in which
the concept of the collective guilt
of the Jews for the crucifixion
will be rectified."
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snrate oreamzataons. bath Negro
and hUr. to achieve fall ecual-
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Pj confidence that the police
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rj effort to control the sitna-
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Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1964
Section B
Y Names Mrs. Gordon Chairman
rf"
jns," say Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friedman (right)
jndlers at the recent dinner dance held at King's
Club honoring Sandier and his statf, of Radio
1 A bronze plaque was presented to the station
public _srvice broadcasts in behalf of Variety
Lpital." Mrs. Friedman is president of Variety
omittee.
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ISABEL GROVE
Mrs. Samuel Gordon has been
appointed chairman of the County
Committee for the Early Childhood
Development Program of the YM
Mid YWHA of Greater Miami for
the current year, it was announced
In Herschel Rosenthal, president.
Consisting of representative par-
ents from the Nursery Schools
that the "Y" runs at each of its
four branches in Dade County, the
i mmlttee is responsible for re-
viewing and evaluating the pre-
school program that is offered to
the community.
Assisting Mis. Cordon are the
following local PTA chairmen:
Mrs. Maxwell Whitcbrook. Miami
Beach Branch; Mrs. Irwin Chris-
tie. Miami Branch; Mrs. Charles
Sand. Southwest Branch; and Mrs
Lester Epstein. North County a highlight of which will be the
Branch. second annual Family Life Insti
tute scheduled for April. 1965. The
At a recent meeting of the committee will also sponsor a
County Committee, plans were number of fund-raising events to
formulated for a number of major provide neeaed equipment and
events to be held during the year, service for the schools.
Cedars Donor List Grows
Mr. and Mrs. Sol C. Shave. 1300
Biscayne Dr., Surfside. have add-
ed their names to an ever-growing
list of donors at Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital.
Hospital President Harry L
Lewis announced this week that
the Beach couple have endowed
the main hallway entrance to the
first floor elevator bank.
Shaye is a member ol the hi>-
pitai's Board of Trustees, and has
been an active member of the
Development Committee for near-
ly three years. Their name ha>
been inscribed on a plaque beinu
installed over the "Book of Heal
ing." a fourfoot tall marble and
i ronze pede.-tal designed to cite
donors to the hospital.
tan jaunt taken by
Bon__Japlan a well
Jioliday First
flight out of New
. Five days there
llle Day. the French
our New Year's
|e with Champagne,
fireworks And
te for the Kaplans
seventh anniver-
Jughter Linda and
ckman. who were
jntia as Dotty and
on gourmet dishes
iD'Argent Next
el. the all time high
travellers Among
ndelible impressions
lg view from the
atop Mt. Cermel;
stop at a kibbutz;
jss boundaries to
Jordan, to Lebanon;
surprise meetings
from home, among
:
S. UON KAPIAN

UON KAPIAN
them Ral in Leon and Lillian
Kroni.-h and their two. Mr and
Mrs. Harry Hersbkowltz; and
n n > i. n -; a long sought cousin _. .
La.t leg of the journey Italy.
where the historical ruins in
Rome. Florence and Venice were
given the couple's undivided at-
tention, and a ride on a Vene-
tian gondola served as a "per-
fect preview of what a cruise
might be like.'' according to
Leon And then London,
where the sightseeing in West
minster Abbey disclosed Mi- \
amians Bunny and Jay Schwartz
. Arriving in their native I
land the Kaplan's first move was
a bee-line to a delicatessen for I
kosher hot dogs to counteract all ;
that exotic foreign food
Alighting at Miami International I
Airport, greeted by son Stan- I
ley. the Brickmans and their
three, Karen, Pattie and Ken-
neth, and daughter Rita with
husband Eddie Ginsburg and
baby Lynn
.
It was quite literally a "candle-
light kitchen shower at the
Candlelight Inn for Lyhn Feld-
man last week, no thanks to sur-
prise hostess, Cleo Host-
esses with official credentials
were Judi Maloff, Arlene Silver
and Ginger Parnes The gath-
ering for the tuture bride of Alex
Green also served as a farewell
meeting for friends preparing to
return to college all over the
country Round of socials in
honor of the betrothed couple
began with a family dinner party
In the home of Rhoda and Mor-
ry Morris, aunt and uncle .
Guests at the gourmet feast with
the exquisite appointments in-
cluded the bridegroom's parents,
Leah and Hy Green, of New Or-
leans, the bride-elect's parents,
Rose and Herman Feldman, and
son Bob Also Abbey and
Karen Morris, the hosts' daugh-
ters. Esther Morris, Estelle and
Bernard Lash and the James
Stearns, Ol Miami Beach .
Then an engagement reception
at the Feldman home in Coral
Gables Among the guests
offering felicitations, many
friends from Temple Beth Am
and Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center Founder-members of
both Temples, Mr. Feldman also
served as pioneer president of
each congregation Leaving
next week for her senior year
at Northwestern U Dental School,
Lyhn and Alex will tie the mari-
tal knot during December holi-
days.
*
Hurricane Cleo made things
wet enough, but Carole Cohen
was still delighted to be caught
Continued on Pogo 13-B
HAPPY ntm YBAB
Ip;hc. prosperity,
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* Jewish llcrldiar,
Fridqy-J2!f^.J
Miami Hadassdi is Defeated to Israel
Kadimah Chapter Beech Bank offjCi0|
Opens Season
By Mrs. NAT BARTH, President
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
lull AMI Beach Chapter of Hadassah. composed
of sixteen groups, with a membership of 4.500.
is part of the largest Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, with 1.350 chapters across the
United States and Puerto Rico. Known through-
out the world for its program of teaching, heal
ing and research, we of this chapter look forward
to our biggest year as we carry out our motto.
"Aruchat Bat Ami "
Together with the leaders of the 16 groups,
preparations are now being made for an inten-
sive membership campaign that will terminate
Nov. 30. Two new groups will be added to the
chapter this year. More than 1,000 women in
our ranks are life members.
The Miami Beach Chapter contributed hand
somely to the planned erection of the John F. Ken
nedy Memorial Building in cooperation with na
t;onal Hadassah. The new building will be part
of the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Cen-
ter in Kin Kerim.
Included in this medical area. 1964 saw the
opening of the Mother and Child Pavilion, the
dental school and the new pharmaceutical school,
thus giving ample opportunity for continued re
search in every field of medical study. Leading
authorities have come to Hadassah's hospitals t<>
learn, teach and share their knowledge. The
program requires huge amounts of funds, and the
women of this community have responded mag
nanimously.
There are still thousands of children waiting
Donald R .|ne,. Vlc,
of Miami Beach Fi^
Bank, will tnt _. N**l
Pres"*ij
Bank, will sp,.,k a din -
H of the Miami (hapS'>
can Society t Women -**
ants, on Tuesda
ler Hotel
at ft, 2
Mrs Fred Sandier, newly-elect-
td president Of Kadimah Chapter
it Pioneer Women, announces the
irst regular meeting of the sea-
en on Thursday. Sept. 10. 12 ~~ -
loon, at Tobys Cafeteria on 27th Philosophy 01 Spinoio
We. at SW 8th St.
Plans will be formulated for the
season's activities.
Mrs. Jacob Raffel. program
hairman, will introduce .Mrs.
loses Meyer who will show color
lides of her recent trip to Is-
. ,.|
MRS. NAT BARTH
to be admitted into Israel from the Near East and
North African countries Through the Youth
Aliyah movement, over 100.000 children have been
rescued to date. They have been rehabilitated
and taught to become self-sufficient young men
and women. Many have become students in tin-
Alice Seligsburg Vocational High School for
Girls, and apprentices in various vocational pro
jeets at the Brandeis Vocational School for Boys
and students at the Hadassah School for Nursing.
"Living in Accordance Ik
Philosophy f Spinoza" w,y?*
topic of a lecture by Dr u^
Wolfson on Thursday lo'v*
before the Spimua'' ForJ*k
Adult Education, meeting u!
auditorium of Washington p.l
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+Jewisti Fhrfdrtef.
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ompkfe\yrlknHtor Vjour r^oslt [By MILDRED BELLIN
meal with which we begin
Igb Holy Days is, in the pray,
hd in the symbolism of the
themselves, part of the ex-
lion of our faith. Small bowls
Key, to denote our wish for
eel year, and a fruit not yet
this season are placed on
able, as well as the wine for
iish and twin challos in the
shape traditional for the
ral. According to one ex-
Ition, the challos are made
so that each one may get an
portion, and also to denote
another year is pounded.
llowing the Kiddush, fris cus-
ry in many families to dip a
s. Harris Is
,p DPhiE Alum
Confab Here
Blta Phi Epsilon Sorority held
lational convention at the Fon-
ebleau Hotel last week. Con-
xion chairman was Mrs. Ce-
(Joseph) Shopiro.
lega Chapter on the Univer-
of Miami campus was cited
its 25th anniversary. Miss
ila Berezow is president.
jtstanding Alumna of the sor-
y, Mrs. Ernest (Dolly) Harris,
^uiami, received an award for
distinction. She has been an
cer of the Greater Miami
inae Association for 12 years,
ling posts from treasurer to
Bident.
lational philanthrophy of DPhiE
(the Cystic Fibrosis Research
indation.
Currently. Mrs. Harris is an of-1
fer in the Lorber Chapter of
Children's Asthma Research
litute of Denver.
Gin -i >peaker at the banquet
^was Dean of Women .May IS. Brun-
9son of the University of Miami.
piece of apple in the honey and
recite, "Blessed art Thou, O Lord
our God. King of the Universe,
who createst the fruit of the tree.
May it be Thy will. O Lord and
God of our Fathers, to renew unto
us a happy and pleasant year."
In other families the honey is
spread on the first piece of the
challah eaten.
The menu itself consists of fes-
tive foods, and for Rosh Hashona
it is customary to omit tart or sour
dishes and emphasize the sweet,
ones, as another expression of ourj
wish for a sweet year. For this|
Rosh Hashona, let us begin our
meal with Gefillte Fish, followed!
by chicken soup in which we I
could have either noodles and ]
mandlen, or the kreplach which
many housewives prefer to serve
now instead of at Hoshanah Rab-
bah. After this, for the main dish
we have a Chicken Tzimmas, in
which sweet potatoes and prunes j
are combined with the fowl.
Both green beans and Cauliflow-
er Casserole go so well with this
tzimmas that we plan to serve our
carrots as part of the desert, in
the form of a wonderful torte. Car.
rots are one of the traditional sym-
bolic foods of Rosh Hashona, as
they represent our wish for pros-
perity, and no New Year's din-
ner would be complete without
i them. Nor would a Rosh Hashona
; dinner be complete without our
! traditional Honey Cake which is
included as well.
Menu for Rosh Hashona Dinner
Small bowls of honey
Concord Grapes
Wine for Kiddish
Twin, round challes
Gefillte fish
Chicken soup with kreplach.
or noodles and mandlen
Chicken, sweet potato,
and prune tzimmas
Cauliflower casserole
Green beans
Sweet spiced pears and cherries
Tossed salad
Fruit cup Carrot torte
Honey Cake
Tea or black coffee
Chicken, Sweet Potato, and
Prune Tzimmas
1 lb. medium-sized prunes
3 cups water
8 medium-sized sweet potatoes
2 large cut-up frying chickens
Salt and pepper to taste
4 tablespoons chicken fat or oil
4 medium-sized onions, diced
2 cups tomato sauce
W cup firmly packed dark brown
sugar
Before starting to prepare the
chicken, cook the prunes in the
water, drain, and reserve 1 cup
Of the liquid. Pit the prunes.
Boil the sweet potatoes until bare-
ly lender, then peel them and cut
them in half. When ready to cook
the chicken, dry the pieces thor-
oughly on paper towels, then
sprinkle each piece with salt and
pepper to taste. Heat the short-
ening in a large skillet over med-
ium heat, and in it brown the
pieces of chicken and the onion
lightly. As they brown, place
them in a large baking dish. When
all are browned, put the tomato
sauce, brown sugar, prunes, and
the cup of preserved prune liquid
in the skillet. Stir to blend, bring
to a boil. Pour over the chickens,
cover the baking pan, and bake
for 1 hour. Add the sweet pota-
toes, and continue baking about
20 minutes longer, until the chick-
en is tender. This tzimmas may
be prepared in advance and re-
heated The recipe serves 8.
Cauliflower Casserole
2 10-oz. packages frozen cauli-
flower
f> tablespoon* chicken fat. melted
1 cub matzo meal
2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped fine
1-4 teaspoon paprika
1-2 teaspoon salt
1-8 teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons chicken soup
Cook the cauliflower until
tender-crisp, then drain thorough-
ly. Combine the chicken fat, mat-
zo meal, egg, paprika, salt, and
pepper. Place half the cauliflow-
er in a well-greased 5-cup casse-
role and cover with half the mat-
zo meal mixture. Add the re-
maining cauliflower, then the re
maining meal mixture. Spoon the
soup over the surface. Cover the
casserole and make at 350 de-
grees F. about 30 minutes, until
thoroughly heated. This amount
serves 8.
Carrot Torte
l'j cups firmly grated raw
carrot ,-
2-3 cup walnuts, chopped med-
ium fine
2 cups sugar
1 cup vegetable shortening
4 eggs
1-3 cup hot water
2 Mi cups sifted all-purpose flour
3 teaspoons double-acting bak-
ing powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon salt
Jam for spreading between the
layers
Grease 2 deep 9'v-inch layer
cake pans, and line the bottoms
with waxed paper. Prepare the
carrots and walnuts before begin-
ning to mix the cake. Cream the
sugar, shortening, and eggs until
light and fluffy. Stir in the car-
rots and nuts Scald the water,
then pour into the measuring cup
to cool slightly, as you sift the
Hour, baking powder, soda, cin-
namon, and salt together. Alter-
nately add the flour mixture and
the water to the batter, about a
third at a time, and stir Just
enough to btend. Pour the hatter
into the prepared pans and bake
at 350 degrees F. about 40 min-
utes, until a light brown, and a
cake tester inserted in the center
comes out dry. Partly cool in the
pans, then invert on racks and re-
move the paper. Invert again and
complete the cooling on racks.
Put the layers together >ith jam
as a filling. This case is very
rich and can be served without a
frosting, with confectioners' sugar
sifted over the top instead. Should
you wish to frost it, a parve
mocha icing would be very good.
When you serve the torte with
dairy foods, a topping of whipped
iream instead of the confection-
ers' sugar or iceing is delicious.
The recipe makes a high 9-inch
cake, and wilJ serve 10 gen-
erously.



Holiday time in Israel
Each New Year in Israel the echo of the Shofar
lengthens, as it reverberates along the venerable
valleys and over the-Negev wildernessto the
days of Moses and its origin in the Book of Le-
viticus, 23:24..."In the seventh month, on the
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One of mv favorite Chassidic stories
tells how the Rabbi of Berdichev
selected a "shofar-blowcr" for Rosh
Hashona. Each applicant was asked
what he thought about while he
sounded the Ram's Horn and each
one made a suitably pious reply.
But the Rabbi was not satisfied.
Then the last applicant spoke up.
"I am a simple man," he admitted,
"and 1 don't have any holy thoughts.
But I do have four daughter! to
marry off. W hen 1 sound the shofar
1 remind the Holy One that I am
carry ing out Ills commandment and
pray that He may do right Ay me
and send husbands for my children.''
this man was chosen to sound the
shofar for the Berdichever Rebbe.
CVow let's talk turkey. Give it
gourmet treatment with a fabulous
fruited stuffing, roasted to tender
golden goodness. Fit for a king?
No, lit lor an emperor. So 1 call it
IMPERIAL TURKEY
1 10-pound ready-to-cook turkey
1 cup Planters Peanut Oil
4 teaspoons salt 1 cup raw rice
1 cup grapefruit juice 1 cup water
3 cuds 12 large) chopped apples
1 cup raisins 1 cup grated onion
6 tablespoons brown sugar
2 teaspoons grated lemon peel
\* teaspoon nutmeg
1' 2 cups orange juice \A cup honey
1 tablespoon grated orange peel
Rub turkey (inside and null with 'i
eup Planters Oil and 2 teaspoons salt.
Heat 'i eup Planters Oil; add rice
and brown. Gradually add grapefruit
juice and water; bring to a boil. Cover
and simmer for about 12 minutes, or
mv 11 rice is almost done. Add apples,
r:iKins, onion, sugar, lemon peel, rest
of sail, nutmeg. Stuff bird and fasten
niih skewers. Koast at 325- F. about
4'4 hours. After 2 hours baste often
with blend of orange Juice, honey,
' jcup Planters Oil, orange peel.
w-r/ost of us are doing our pantry
stock-taking right now (at any rate,
it's easier than the spiritual one),
gathering ingredients and strength
for the busy cooking days ahead.
Do make sure you have plenty of
Planters Peanut Oil. This polyun-
saiuraicd 100'. pure peanut oil is
actually the most delicate of to-
day's light oils, sure to make your
yomtovdik cooking not only light
but deliriously light. Naturally,
Planters Oil is kosher, prepared
under rigorous Rabbinical super-
vision. And it's parve!
HONEY 'N SPICE CAKE
3 cups unsifted flour
1 tablespoon Royal Baking Powder
1 tsp baking soda V* tsp salt
i/i tsp allspice Vi tsp cinnamon
/2 tsp ginger Ve tsp cloves
1 e tsp nutmeg 4 eggs
3i cup brown sugar, firmly packed
1 tsp Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffee
'A cup boiling water
Vj cup Planters Peanut Oil
1 jat (1-pound) honey (IMj cups)
Vi cup chopped Planters Pecans
Blend flour, baking powder, soda,
salt, spices. Beat eggs, slowly adding
sugar, until thick and light in color.
Dissolve coffee in boiling Hater. Beat
Planters OU. honey and coffee Into
egg mixture. Stir in flour mixture and
pecans. Bake in oiled 9x5x3' pan at
325 F. for 50 minutes or until done.
Cool in pan. Makes 1 loaf.
On behalf of Standard Brands
Incorporated, makers of Planters
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you and your family a very, nrv
happ) New Year.
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+.k*i*t Hcrkfiar
Friday, September 4, 1954
K^Jn the iKealnt of t^oclehj
Dawn Beth Grossman Becomes Bride
Of Lewis Kapner in Double Ring Rites
Dawn Beth Grossman and Lew-
Kapr.er were married Sunday
afternoon, Aug. 30. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel and are on a
honeymoon in Ocho Rios. Jamaica,
following their doublering. candle-
light ceremony. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs Murry Grossman and the
late Mr Murry' Grossman, of 8335
SW 149th Dr. Miami.
The bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kapner. of
258 Country Club Rd.. Palm Beach.
Fla.
The chapel was decorated with
a four-columned canopy complete-
ly graced with pink and white
ro^es. The aisle was covered
with satin runners. Eight six-ft.
high aisle posts lined the aisle.
The aisle posts were decorated
with cherubs 18 ins. high and
flanked by two long graceful tap-
ers on each side of the cherubs.
The reception was a mirrored
buffet with a double-sprayed il-
luminated fountain. The base of
the fountain was decorated with
pink and white roses. The bride's
table was decorated with three
long low centerpieces of white and
pink roses. The skirt was deco-
rated with garlands of smilax. The
cocktail tables were decorated
with centerpieces of pink and
white roses building up with two
white love birds.
The bride wore a floor-lenth
>-own of white peau de sole, an
,1 Bianchi featuring an en-
tire hand pearl beWIeT! BOOIC*
with elbow-length sleeves and a
sweetheart neckline. The con-
trolled skirt terminated into a
1 bapel train topped by a
-mali bow. Her matching peau
rji soie open pill box had a full
and triple tier of French
illusion. Short white gloves com-
pleted her outfit.
She carried a cascade-shaped
bouquet mounted on her white
confirmation Bible, consisting of
white orchids and lilies-of-the-val-
ley falling gracefully with double
faced satin ribbon^
Cynthia Grossman, younger sis-
ter of the bride, was maid of hon-
or, and Pamela, her youngest sis-
ter was bridesmaid.
Norman Kapner. brother of the
sroom. was best man. and ushers
were Byron Selber. Jacksonville;
Michael Siiverman. Miami; and
Jack Weitzman. Miami.
The bride was born in Miam
BeacJL where her parents aJ
paternal grandparent, have hvrV
since 1924.
The former Miss Grossman at.
tT.ded the University of Florida
I and graduated from the School of
Education of the University 0(
Miami, where she was a :nember
of Alpha Epsilon Phi Soro)
The bridegroom was graduated
from the University of Florida
..here he was a member of Taii
Epsilon Phi. He received his law
decree from Stetson Universfa
*-here he belonged to Phi Delia
Phi He continued his law edu-
cation at George Washington Law
School and Harvard Law School
Mr. Kapner is a native of pa|ra
Beach, where his family have liv-
ed since 1326. He is a member
u the Palm Beach County Bar
Association and is presently As-
-:-tant County Solicitor there.
The newly-weds will h\e D
Palm Beach.

MBS. IIWIS KAPNIK
SAMUH Itff
Roosevelt to be Speaker
Elliott Roosevelt. Florida Na-
tional Democratic Committeeman,
will be principal speaker at a
meeting of the Democratic Club of
Miami Beach on Wednesday. 8:30
p.m., at the Seville Hotel. His
subject will be the recent Demo-
cratic National Convention. Pres-
ident of the club is Wally Gluck.
Lefts to Live
In Flushing, N.Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jay
Left's home will be 138-15 Frank-
lin Ave., Flu-hing. NY., alter
their two-week honeymoon spent
in Cape Cod.
The former Miss Marilyn Ruth
Breslow and her new husband ex-
changed wedding vows at 12:30
pm. on Sunday. Aug. 30. in Miami
Springs Villas. Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Breslow.
5451 SW 62nd Ave.. Miami. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Leff. 1500 Bay Rd.. Miami
Beach.
Ring used in the wedding rites
belonged to the bride's great-
grandmother. For the ceremony,
the new Mrs. Leff chose a floor-
length gown of white pure silk
chiffon and alencon lace on Grec-
ian lines. The bodice of lace was
embellished with iridescent se-
quins and seed pearls. The softly-
draped skirt fell to the floor. Her
imported English illusion veil
feil from a Grecian crown.
Maid of honor for her sister
was Abby Breslow. Best man for
his brother was Michael Leff.
The bride attended Miami High
School and will receive her de-
in languages at the Univer-
sity of Miami in January, 196?.
She was sweetheart of Alpha Ep-
silon Pi on campus there.
The groom attended Coral Gables
High and is a 1963 graduate of
the University of Miami, where
he was a master of Alpha Epsilon
I Pi
Reception and luncheon follow-
I ed the wedding.
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t-Jmistiflcr/dton
Friday. September 4,
1964
Miss Vicki Mechanic Becomes Bride
Of Howard Owen at Fontainebleau
. efci Mechanic, daughter of
..:am G Mechan-
SU W. *6th St.. became the
Robert Owen, of
v- Yert City, on Seadaj Aug.
1 -- PonUiaeUeaa Hotel.
ion and dinner fol-
S O'clock ceremony
lb* bridegroom .- the n of Mi
ir.d Ma John Owen, y*S N Bay
Rd
the nupuais -ere
Tibor H Siem and Alex-
ander '--- ucisted by Can-
Mamches.
For her wedding, the bride se-
- d a.'. err.;..-e gown with white
kin and a carik-ma-cr -
e top reembroidered
satin -eed pearls It featur-
ugtl ileeves, long chif-
train and a satin bow below
The five-tiered
IS attached to a
,.. and the bridal
made lp of hly-of-the
I white duch-
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-- .-. lanU in :lude U Tenen-
Tenri Gut
Kaplan Linette Al-
Mrs Harold
ta ji and .'.:.- Arthur
ten charge oi guest book.
KassewiU
I: V-hers included Steve Mech-
- bride's brother. Edwin
nsburg Steve Margolis, San-
-a. Morton Yulish. Stuart
kennaa. Arthur Punsch and
-- lei v.zrahi.
WOR Radio and T\' in
Vork. the new Mr.- Owen is
ate of Miami Beach High,
... the wmm a member of Na-
nal Honor Socien Student
a if.* rraduate Business Society, and dicated Features. Inc.. and sme,
versitv of Miami and a Master Graduate """ p Lamb. on the Board of Director* of Rav
of Business Administration degree hi, social fraternity r. ^ Hospital Hai'
from the university's Graduate da Ph. lnternatlonal ac For their honeymoon. ,he ne
officer ,n Beta Alpha Psi and York, he if v.ce president of S>n- "Vork City.
-
MRS. HCiVABO OWE*
Council Senior Board and Anchor.
- graduated, cum iaude. from
the University of Miami, was on
the Dean's List, and belongs to
Theta Sigma Phi and Kappa Tau
Alpha, honoranes. and Sigma Del
ta Tau. social sorority
The bridegroom is also a grad
uate of Miami Beach High, where
he served a- treasurer of Studen'
Council and was a member of
Junior Exchange He has a de
gree in business from the Uni
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Friday. September 4, 1954
mOHMA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
M nna Kline Lishte is an alive, vivid person with
black shiny hair and snapping, expressive dark, eyes she
it ax ^re of the possibilities of every passing minute and
uses them accordingly. She was brought up in West Hart-
ford. Conn a woodsy, rural small town where as an only
chi:d .-he led a pleasant life, swimming, riding and sail-
infl Always busy with words, she wrote and read con-
stantly. At the University of Chi-
. where she majored in soci-
ology, she was taught that the aim
of education is to learn to think.
This is a lesson that she has nev-
er forgotten At school during
the war. she worked as a nurse's
aide and did field work in soci-
ology, as well as unpublished re-
search.
She went to Graduate School,
the graduate faculty of the New
School for Social Research, then
worked a- a content analyst and in
mass media. It was at this time
that -he met Lawrence Kline whom
she married. They lived in Phila-
delphia and had two children. Jan
and Jjck. As the wife of a member of the Young Presi-
dents Organization. Monna went to meetings with him and
through the women's seminars and group dynamics she
became alerted to the field of commerce and business,
which she ha- since diligently pursued. Having a grand-
mother who was a professional artist and a mother. Myrtle
I Mr- Berr.irdi Troub. who was a professional concert sing-
er tht arts were no stranger to Monna. and she started
to collect art treasures.
A minor collector before she was married, she and her
hu-band became very involved in launching a serious col-
-:nce Larry was national president of the Linen
Suppl) of America, their reproductions had to do with
washing and ironing. Along with the pictures, they ha-i
a collection of old irons of the seventeenth and eighteenth
centuries, as well as linen presses. Then they branched
out into original- The collection is now in the Giller
Bu.lding as a memorial to Lawrence Kline. The Klines had
moved to Miami Beach the year before Larry died. Since
Mor.na had fallen in love with Miami, she decided to re-
main here and raise her family
Monna never believed in living on the edge of a com-
munity She wants to feel that she is part of what is go-
ing on about her. As elsewhere, now she put down roots
and considered Miami part ot her very existence. In her
view. Miami is small enough so that one can function
easily and young enough so that one can be part of the
development of a community that as yet does not have
the refinement and culture of older and more firmly-estab-
lished ones. Along with her business activities, work on
the board of North Beach School PTA. being active in
the Museum of Modern Art and Lowe Gallery. Monna is
immediate past president of the Women's Committee of
Jewish Family and Children's Service. She has been on
the national board of Brandeis University National Wom-
en's Committee and on the executive board. She has done
a lot of traveling which she has lound most exhilerating
and informative.
Monna does no sewing, no gardening, no knitting, but
she does play a little bad golf. She was recently married
to Fred Lighte. a noted fisherman, boatman and business-
man. Many happy hours have been spent on his boat,
"Peters Pop." Monna has learned how to fish, how to
clean them, cook them and eat them. The future stretches
before Monna crammed with new adventures to be ex-
perienced in the world of business, art and just plain
living.
Lipskys Will
Live on Beach
The wedding band used to unite
Dava Louise Garfunkel and Mich-
ael A. Lipsky belongs to the
bride's grandmother and also
served when the former Miss Gar-
funkel's two sisters were mar-
ried
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed
the double ring ceremony held at
Temple Beth Sholom on Satur-
day. Aug. 29.
Cocktails and dinner in the Em-
pire Room of the Eden Roc Hotel
followed the nuptials.
For the evening candlelight
rites, the bride was gowned in
white silk peau de soie featuring
an empire waist line, with jump-
er-like beaded bodice of import-
ed alencon lace and new bell-
shape lace beaded sleeves.
The -heath front skirt terminat-
ed in a flowing chapel train, and
the matching alencon lace pill
box held the triple-tier of French
illusion. Long white gloves com-
pleted the ensemble, and she car-
ried her confirmation Bible.
Maid of honor to her sister was
Wally Garfunkel. and Barry Lip-
sky served his brother as best
man. Richard Katz, Stan Cole,
Monte Friedkin and Larry Lipsky
were groomsmen.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sam
Garfunkel. 8951 Abbott Ave.. the
new Mrs. Lipsky is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Florida.
A practising attorney in Miami,
the bridegroom is a graduate of
the University of Florida Law-
School. He is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi, Phi Alpha Delta, law
fraternity. Dade County and Amer-
ican Bar Associations, and the
American Judicature Society. He
is the -on of Mrs. Edna Woikow-
sky and Joseph Lipsky. both of
Miami.
Following a honeymoon in
Puerto Rico, the newly married
couple will live at 1542 Drexel
Ave.
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took place Sunday, Aug. 23. at the
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ficiated at the ceremony.
The bride was graduated trom
North Miami High School
The bridegroom was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
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of their daughter, Marilyn Jane.
to Stanley Jackson, 1614 Pennsyl-
vania Ave.. Miami Beach, son of
Mrs. Sarah G. Jackson and the
late Sam Jackson.
A graduate of Miami Senior High
School, the bride-to-be attended
the University of Florida and will
enroll in Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital School for Laboratory Tech-
nicians in January.
The bridegroom-to-be graduated
from the University of Florida with
a Bachelor of Science degree in
journalism and communications,
and is employed with Woody Kep-
ner Associates, Inc., Miami pub-
licity-public relations agency. He
I is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi,
social fraternity.
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Miss Mona Glasser and Roy Cohen
Will Live in Uniontown After Rites
Mona Louise Glasser, daughter
f'Mr and Mrs. Louis Glasser. j
3,68 Prairie Ave., became the |
bride of Roy B. Cohen on Friday, j
Ul.> 28 in the chapel of Temple j
EmanuJBl. Dr. Irving Lehrman |
officiated at the 5 p.m. nuptia.s. ^
j ne brWearoom is the son of Mrs.
    Cohen, of Uniontown, Pa.
    For the ceremony, the bride
    , nose a white French imported |
    chant illy lace Sown fashioned with
    , long torso falling gracefully
    into the floral skirt with scal-
    loped hem. The bodice featured
    a neckline edged with scalloped
    lace and long tight sleeves, and.
    .,. carried a Bible topped with
    orchids
    The bride's twin. Sonya Steph-
    anie Glasser, and Mrs. Leonard
    Hodges served as honor attend-
    ants, with junior bridesmaids
    Linda B., Debra J., and Loris
    Ann Hodges. Douglas A. Cohen
    was his brother's best mm.
    A family reception and dinner
    in the .Mona Lisa Room of the
    Fden Roc Hotel followed the wed-
    ding. Color scheme was blue and
    white with the V-shaped table
    draped in blue satin and white
    lace.
    The bride's grandparents. Mr.
    and Mrs. Solomon Siegel. were
    among guests honoring the new-
    lyweds, who will live in l:nionto\vn.
    I'a.
    Baum, Brooks Exchange Vows
    Cynth
    Mrs '
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    Temple
    Rabbi
    ,(1.
    Kuth Brooks became
    eph Harvey Baum in 6:30
    i on Sunday. Aug. 30. at
    Beth Sholem of Hollywood.
    Morton Malavsky offieiat-
    The bride is the daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. F. Robert Brooks,
    144 So. North Lake Dr., Holly-
    wood. The groom is the son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray Baum. 1725
    SW 17 Ct., Miami.
    For the wedding, the bride
    chose a floor-length turquoise
    sheath of pcau de soie set in a
    shoulder yoke embroidered with
    bugle beads and crystals.
    Bridcsmatrons were Mrs. Mar-
    tin 1. Levitan, the bride's sister,
    and Mrs. Richard Grossman, the
    groom's sister. Flower girls were
    Laurie and Jodi Levitan. the
    bride's nieces.
    Richard Grossman was best
    man, and ushers included Mar-
    tin Levitan, Jonathan Brooks, the
    bride's brother, Michael Rice, Ter-
    ry Bloom, Donald Burger and
    David Phllo. Nephew of the
    | groom. Mark Grossman, was ring
    bearer.
    Reception followed the wedding
    at the Temple. After a honcy-
    I moon spent in Jamaica, the couple
    will live in Coral Gables.
    Kneseth Israel Plans Remodeling
    Louis Dublin, president of Kne-
    seth Israel Congregration, 1415
    Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, an-
    nounces that the synagogue is em-
    i barking on a remodeling and
    building project for the coming
    year.
    Kneseth Israel has been serving
    the community for the past 14
    years. Because of its cont^iued
    I growth, officers and members
    unanimously voted to remodel the
    synagogue.
    Plans for the building include a
    balcony; a new social hall for wed-
    lings, Bar Mitzvahs. and social
    functions: a chapel for daily ser-
    vices; and a new wing to be added
    to the synagogue lor the Hebrew
    School. The synagogue hopes to
    begin the remodeling soon after
    the High Holy Days.
    Rabbi David LchrlieUI. spiritual
    leader of the synagogue, said "Thi
    is one of the indications that ob-
    servant Judaism and their insti-
    tutions are growing stronger from
    year to year."
    For the High Holy Days, Kneseth
    Israel is presenting a choir direct-
    ed by Cantor Abraham Seif com-
    posed of children who are resi-
    dent* of the community.
    Bay Harbor Hadassah
    Mrs. George J. Meisel, presi-
    dent, Bay Harbor Group of Hadas-
    :.h, will conduct a weekly Sab-
    hath attcrnoon at her home 9380
    Carlyle Ave., at 12 p.m. Member-
    >hip participation will be featur-
    ed in a series entitled 'Hadassah
    Talks." The function is open to
    all Bay Harbor Group- members.
    Werner- Kahn
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    Cadet Graduates
    From Course
    Airman Second Class Joel E.
    Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    O. L. Friedman, of 1430 NE 171st
    St., No. Miami Beach, has grad-
    uated from the technical training
    course for U.S. Air Force auto-
    pilot repairmen at Amarillo AFB,
    Tex.
    Airman Friedman, who studied
    navigation, aerodynamics, hy-
    draulics and electronics, is being
    assigned to an Air Defense Com
    mand unit at George AFB. Calif.
    His unit supports the ADC mission
    of defending the continental U.S.
    against enemy air attack.
    Friedman is a graduate of
    Suffern High School in New York.
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    Friday, September 4,
    1964
    Miss Bloom Now Mrs. Blumenfeld
    MRS
    Au < !. ted PhotofTftphora
    HtEDtMOt BLUMlNFtLD
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    Simons Will
    Be Honored Here
    Harry "Pop" Simons, pioneer
    member and past president of
    Beth David Congregation, will be
    honored on the occasion of his
    85th birthday with a testimonial
    buffet dinner on Saturday even-
    ing. Sept. 19. in Spector Hall.
    Francine Linda Bloom and Fred
    erick Jon Blumenfeld were mar-
    ried Saturday evening, Aug. 22, at
    Beth David Synagogue, where a
    reception and formal dinner fol-
    lowed the nuptials. Rabbi Nor-
    man M. Shapiro officated at the
    double ring candlelight ceremony.
    The bride is the daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bloom,
    5720 Maggiore St. The groom is
    the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
    Blumenfeld of Sheffield. Ala.
    Given in marriage by her fath-
    er, the bride selected a gown ol
    imported chantilly lace and pure
    silk organza. The fitted lace bod-
    ice was designed with an open
    neckline, hand embroidered with
    seed pearls, and long sleeves tap-
    ered to points. The bouffant skirt
    of pure silk was highlighted both
    front and back with a lace panel,
    and swept to a regal train.
    The veil of pure silk illusion was
    softly draped to a matching bead-
    ed plateau cap. She carried her
    grandmother's Bible with a clus-
    ter of white orchids, lily-of-the-
    valley and stephanotis tied in lov-
    er's knots.
    Miss Solomon
    Chooses Organza
    A bridal gown of silk organza
    and chantilly lace was the choice
    of Artlel R. Solomon for her mar-
    riage to Airman First Class Joel
    Freeman on Saturday evening.
    Aug. 29. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-,
    v.itz officiated at the ceremony
    held in the Biscayne Terrace j
    Hotel. A reception and dinner I
    in the hotel's Starlight Room fol-
    lowed.
    Now on a European tour, the |
    newlyweds will live in Berlin.
    Germany, where the bridegroom
    serves in the personnel depart-
    ment of the U.S. Air Force.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    George Solomon, 1950 SW 33rd
    Ave., the bride is a graduate of
    Miami Senior High and Charron
    Williams Commercial College. Her
    sorority is Omega Delta Psi.
    Her bridegroom is a graduate
    of Yavenah Academy and Pater-
    son Eastside High School, and at-
    tended Yeshiva University High
    School of New York City. His par-
    ents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Free-
    man of Paterson, N.J.
    Attending the couple were MrS.
    Eugene Wiener, matron of honor;
    Ruth Freeman, Frances Freeman.
    Ileen Miller, bridesmaids; Ben
    Seigel, best man; Eugene Wiener,
    Stewart Solomon. Kerry Levin,
    groomsmen.
    Sister of the bride, Carol Bloom,
    was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
    were Cory Blumenfeld, sister of
    the groom, Andrea Singer. Lenore
    CiOChman, Nan Friedman and
    Patricia Tubbs.
    James Walker was best man
    Ushers were Stanley Bloom, broth
    r of the bride, Stewart Zirotsky.
    \rthur Mones. Mark Kalish and
    Michael Blumenfeld.
    Michelle Rosen was flower girl
    ind Mason Blumenfeld, the
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    groom's brother, was ring bear-
    The bride is a graduate of Coral
    Gables Senior High, was a mem-
    ber of Tsion B'nai B'rith Girls,
    and is presently attending the
    University of Alabama, where she
    i- majoring in speech therapy.
    The groom is a graduate of
    Tuscaloosa High School, and is
    in his last year of pre-med at the
    I niversity of Alabama.
    Alter a wedding trip to Jamai-
    ca, the newlyweds will live in Tus
    calcosa. Ala. ;
    PuljMt_Chairs
    To be Dedicated "
    Two pulpit chairs, donated by
    Mr. and Mrs. Aron Kravitz and
    Mr. and Mrs. William Weintraub,
    will be dedicated during Friday
    night services at Tempi,. B'nai
    Sholom.
    Rabbi S. Max Machte. will con-
    duct the ceremony. Oneg Shabbat
    v. ill be given in honor of the Kra-
    vitl and Weintraub families
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    Jewish War Veterans Greet the Community
    By DANIEL NEAL HELLER
    Immediate Past National Commander
    Jewish War Voterans of the U.S.A.
    /REETINGS and best wishes lor a peaceful New
    w Year. Peace from enemies without and
    within.
    The Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. Is
    the oldest active veterans organization in Amer
    ica, founded in 1896.
    As an organization dedicated for more than
    60 years to the fight against extremism of both
    left and right. JWV is shocked and alarmed by
    lie grim battlecry of extremism in defense of
    liberty, which reverberates ominously throughout
    the land.
    One would think that the butchery ot the
    crusades was enough to convince mankind that
    extremism is alien to a civilized society.
    Are we asked to believe that the extremism
    o| private bombthrowings, of private burnings.
    ,,i private murders, of defiance of law and order.
    are ;i virtue and that sober moderation in pur-
    suit ol justice is a vice?
    We have always believed that what separated
    man from beast and moved civilization forward
    ivere moderation and reason. Under the philo-
    sophy of extremism, when one disagrees with
    Beth Jacob Wall
    Dedication Set
    Monday Morning
    Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will dedi-
    cate the "Wall of Remembrance"
    at Beth Jacob Congregation on'
    Sept. 7, first day of Rosh Hash-
    ona, just one year after he con-
    ceived the idea of the memorial.
    To be imposed permanently on
    the west wall of the synagogue,
    the center of the Wall of Remem-
    brance will be adorned with a
    Mogen David, three feet in dia-
    meter, on which the names of the
    founders of the memorial will be
    cast. The entire monument will
    be lighted by 800 memorial lights
    each shaped like a Mogen David.
    The ceremonial procession on
    Monday, led by Morris B. Frank,
    president, will include the 50 who
    made the wall possible.
    Dancing Classes Scheduled
    Mrs. Ralph Leidner is chairman
    | of the Temple Beth Am dancing
    classes sponsored by Sisterhood.
    Jonducted by Helen Taylor, course
    vill include tap, ballet, acrobatics
    .md toe, with classes geared to be
    pinners, intermediate and ad-
    vanced students.
    DANIEL NEAL HELLER
    man or nalinn. one throws a bomb, burns a cross
    or builds .i gas chamber.
    We believe the world has had more than its
    -hare ol extremism. We hope that the rallying
    cry of extremism is merely a political gimmick
    and not a serious philosophy
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    florido Deportment Commander
    Ford Co. to Assist Driver Education
    DETROIT Henry Ford II has loan program with local Ford or
    announced that Ford Motor Com- Lincoln-Mercury dealers.
    pany "will greatly expand its sup-
    port of driver education" by mak- ______
    ing at least l.OCO more cars avail-
    able for "behind thc-wheel in-
    struction for an estimated 100.000
    11 additional high school students."
    He made the announcement to
    I! 20.000 school administrators across
    j the country in a letter which out-
    I lined the companys broadened
    ! support of driver education.
    Ford noted that any high
    school, with an approved on-the-'
    read driver education course, is
    ilmible to participate in a car,
    Mosley's Meeting Broken Up
    LONDON (JTA) Three-
    men were treated in a hospital.
    ! and one man was arrested after
    ' a crowd of about 400 persons broke
    ' up a meeting of Sir Oswald Mos
    ievs Union Movement.
    Sunday School
    At Temple Judea
    Franklin D. Kreutzer. supervis-
    or of Temple Judea's Sunday
    School, announces Sept. 6. is
    opening day of Sunday School,
    with a complete program of
    (lasses from kindergarten through
    ninth grade.
    Confirmation class. 10th grade,
    will meet with Rabbi Morris Kip-
    per for its first session on Sat-
    urday. Sept. 12. at 9 a.m.
    Biscoyne Kennel
    Opens Saturday
    The 38th meeting of the Bis-
    cayne Kennel Club opens Saturday
    with its 1964 Inaugural and first
    Twin Double. The Miami Shores
    oval will be in action nightly, ex
    cept Sundays, through Dec. 21.
    The Biscayne racing calendar
    indicates an emphasis on inter-
    track competition stressing tri-
    distance competition, it was point
    ed out by James C. Knight, presi
    lent, who also heads the Ameri-
    can Greyhound Track Operators
    Association.
    The 22nd All-Florida Champion
    hip following a scries of elemina
    tions will be run through Nov 21
    Four top finishers will be eligible
    for the third Irish-American Tri
    Distance Championship on Not
    28. Dec. 3 and Dec. 21. with the
    two stakes worth more than $50.-
    OUO.
    Max Star, winner of Flagler';
    world championship is slated as a
    starter in the 38th Biscayne In-
    augural.
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    +Jtnlsi> ricrMian
    Friday. September 4,
    196<
    Andre* lehrman
    Lloyd Schneider
    J^ar Andrew Lehrman
    Bar Mitzvah "f Andrew, son of
    Mrs. Ruth Lehrman and Mr Al-
    ii t Lehrman, will be celebrated
    on Saturday. Sept. 5, at Temple
    nu-El- Dr. Ir\ing Lehrman
    fficiate
    Andrew attend- eighth grade at
    :- 'Junior High and is in the
    1] band He is interested in
    - ol all kind-. Coin-collect-
    .. and tisl special hoii-
    >brant will be honored
    at a luncheon following the service
    at the Famous Resta irant.
    Y.U. AND MS.i. MORRIS STEiNCiRG
    Steinbergs Will
    Mark Anniversary
    Mi and Mrs. Morns Steinberg
    125 SW 17th Rd., will celebral
    Iding ani i
    Sepl 5, at .-i dinner
    partj it the Fam us Re I urant,
    gi\ m bj their children, Mr and
    [r. and Mrs.
    . le, Ky..
    . nd Mi Ben Teich
    Bi lyn, nv
    ill be
    . Ion and
    Steii
    .. as well
    - and relatives
    stt inbi ; tired for
    the past thn e y irs after operat-
    ing tli- Intel Bi r, Miami,
    sn < e 1916. He and his ife are
    membi ..... Kodi 1
    erly lived in Far
    d Brooklyn. N y
    Bf.r0.?E HARMO'W LODGi 3'UM B'ft.'TH
    Sehdmcn WII! Ba Speaker Here
    direc-

    b Ihe next
    B ri ii -
    1 Mondaj n. ht, Sept. 11, at
    pie letl I it an
    I d bj Actin ent M 1
    II Luxni .
    meting to hii spec
    ial program prepared by the Anti-
    Defamation I a ill feature
    short film on ADL activities.
    The Men'- Clubs "I Temple Beth
    Torah and Temple Adath Yeshur
    ur have both been invited
    Luxner was named acting pros
    it of Harmony Lodge by its
    Board of Directors upon the DOS-
    pit ilization of its president. Ber-
    08 d Langborg. Program of acti-
    vities planned by Langberg for
    the balance of the year will be co-
    ordinated by Rabbi Max Lipschitz.
    vice president and program chair-
    man, added Luxner.
    Membership chairman. Vice
    I'resident Paul Sesser. said that
    Lloyd Schneider
    Dr. Irving Lehrman will of-
    ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
    Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
    Schneider, on Saturday morning,
    Sept 5, at Temple Emanu-EI.
    Lloyd attend.- eighth grade at
    Nautilus Junior High and plays
    trumpet in the band He is inter-
    1 sted in athletics and has won
    .. iltmg and swimming.
    Mr. and Mrs Bi rnai I. Binder
    Sarah Schneidi r Llo;
    its iil be present for
    iccasion
    The celebrant will be h more i
    at a Kiddush following the service
    in Sirkin Hall and at a reception
    Saturday evening at the Seville
    Hotel

    Scott Meltz
    Scott Irwin, son of Mr. and Mrs
    Jerrj Meltz, will be Bar Mltzval
    at service- in Beth David Syna-
    gogue on Saturday. Sept. 5. Rab |
    bi Norman N. Shapiro and Canter
    William W. Lipson will officiate
    In the eighth grade at Shenan .
    dnah Junior High. Scott is an ac
    the participant in football, wrest
    ling and boxing.
    Mr. and Mrs Meltz will hono-
    their son with a Kiddush am
    luncheon in Spector Hall follow
    ins. the services.

    Michael Kazan
    On Saturday morning. Sept. 5
    Rabbi Morris A. Kipper will of
    : <.. at the Bar Mitzvah 0
    Michael Barry, son of Mr. am
    Mrs. Ben Kazan. 1"> I'inta Rd.
    Michael is an eighth grade stu
    dent at Shenandoah Junior llig!
    and studies piano.
    Act.ve in athli til 5, Mi< hael ha
    von many swimming awards 11
    coi tinue with his Reli
    - School studies
    Mr. and Mrs Kazan will hos'
    ihe Kiddush in Michael hono
    . 1 ervices.
    Ira Gordon
    Ira Russell, son ol
    Mr .'in
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    . ibbi
    on E ( 1 ol
    \ II deliver
    and benediction.
    Choir Assists
    At Services
    Dunn.: the High Holy Days at
    Temple Beth Am, Rabbi Dr. Her-
    bert Baumgard will be isisted at
    services by Cantor Charles S
    Kodner and the Temple choir sing-
    ii g the liturgical portions.
    Members of the singing group,
    r the direction of Mrs. Her-
    bert Baumgard, are:
    Mrs. Harvey Aibcl. Mrs. Jerome
    Anapol. Mrs. Norman Ashbes.
    Mrs Martin Feldman, Mrs. Robert
    Grossberger, Mrs. Edward Salem.
    Mrs. Alan Stenning, Mrs. Ellis
    Tarschcs. Jay Leshaw, Arthur
    Lewin. Ray Garcia, Rick Richard-
    son, Herman Isis, Wilfred Rose
    and Dr. Stanley Wellins.

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    inloch Junior High, Ira hopes to
    e an actor. He won the highest
    ward of the Flagler Hebrew and
    unday School for achievement in
    udies and attendance, was jun-
    or cantor for the young congre-
    ation at Saturday morning ser-
    vices, and will officiate as
    cantor during High Holida, Zl
    vices. *'
    The celebrant will |. h
    at a reception and dinner on Sat
    arday evening in the CrwE
    Room of the Lombardy Hotel
    Irs Mum i IS] SW 84tl
    'i will be Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
    - t. 5. at 1 iglei Grana
    . >i Ci ntei '' il bi Da* id R -
    nfeld will officiate,
    An eighth Made student at
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    vJenisti RforidHairi
    Page 13-B
    1
    \SociaTTTi ... by rove
    Continued from Page 1*
    ... a shower the other (My .
    ,|u. young miss, engaged to
    ;;;.,,! Lansburgh, was given
    bridal shower by friends Uene
    Friedman and Bonnie Willner at
    he Cafe Jardin Suisse Some
    '-, friends were on hand for the
    occasion Daughter of Mr
    ,nd Mrs. William Gersten, of
    M,ami Beach, Carole will wed
    voung Lansburgh. son of the
    Morris Lansburghs on Oct.
    10
    Several busy busy weeks for
    Harriette and Jack Fertig last
    u,ek .lack's parents and
    brother, the Israel Fertigs and
    Cui here for a visit from Oak-
    land C alii. Sentimentalists.
    they stayed at the Algiers Hotel.
    where Harriette and Jack were
    married just three years ago,
    | Aug. 20. 1961 Nevertheless.
    m0st of the attention this time
    [centered on husky, handsome 19-
    month-old Mark, whom the
    grandparents hadn't seen since
    he was an iddy biddy baby .
    After bidding the senior Fertigs
    a fond adieu, the young parents
    went io San Juan,'Puerto Rico,
    and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands,
    lor their vacation.
    *
    Dorothy and Leo J. Goldman
    were feted on their 25th wed-
    ding anniversary' Sunday at a
    dinner party hosted by her moth-
    er, Mrs. Jacob Weiss Many
    close Iriends stopped by to toast
    the honorees following dinner
    . The couple plan to continue
    the celebration on a trip to Nas-
    sau this weekend The Gold-
    mans have three childrenold-
    est daughter, Cecelia, doing
    graduate work in library science
    at Florida State U; second
    daughter. Miriam, at the Univer-
    sity of Miami; and young son.
    Danny, a senior at Gables Hi.
    *
    Susan 7, and Michael J. 9,
    here with their parents, Felice
    and Earl Rubenstein. thought
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    that Cloo had performed
    their entertainment and enjoyed
    every minute of it House-
    guests of maternal grandmother,
    Mrs. Cecil Myers, they've been
    storing up tales about their first
    hurricane to take back to Sea-
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    stein is with the Government '
    . Mrs. Blum and Mrs. Myers,
    not quite so amused by the storm
    and the resultant "mopping up
    operations," will relax from it.
    all by spending the holidays on
    Miami Beach.
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    Mary and Joe Scheinberg will-1
    ing victims to the exotic charm
    of Mexico Their first trip to .
    our neighbors on the south, they
    found the luxuriously modern
    Maria Isabel in Mexico City
    comparable to the finest hostel-;
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    people thoroughly cosmopolitan
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    back many Mexican silver arti-
    facts, as well as fashionable
    leather hats, coats and bags .
    Certain that there is a growing
    trend toward Spanish decor,
    Scheinberg toured the furniture
    factories, choosing traditional
    equipment and decorations for
    the all-Spanish cafeteria he's
    readying in Boca Raton.
    A proper castle for a little
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    Page 14-B
    *Jenisii fkwidKar?
    Friday, September 4, 1%,
    Hebrew Academy Announces Opening,
    Of New Senior High School for Girls
    New ofiicers of Temple Sine: of North Dade
    installed on Saturdcy night ere Cleft to right)
    Bert Berson. vice cres;der.:: Rabbi Daniel
    Lowy. installing officer; Irving Denmark, vice
    president; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, recording sec-
    retary; Cantor Chet Gale; Morry Swift, treas-
    urer. Not =hown are Ralph D. Hollander, cor-
    responding secretary; Benjamin Hurwit, finan-
    cial secretary.
    Temple Sinai Installs Officers At Service Here
    New officers and trustees of
    Temple Sinai of North Dade were
    ;n-talled at a dinner dance on
    Saturday night at the Balmoral
    Hotel. Dade County Commission-
    er Harold A. Greene, outgoing
    president, acted as master ol cere-
    monies, and Rabbi Daniel M.
    Lowy officiated.
    In his addre.-s to the new of
    ficers. Rabbi Lowy called atten
    tion of the leaders and member-
    of the congregation to the new
    Road to Sinai" which leads
    from 123rd St. into the Temple
    grounds,
    Now fully illuminated and
    marked by an intricately-design-
    ed gateway, the Temple's through-
    .vay will be dedicated in a few
    a eeks.
    On accepting the president's
    gavel, new president. Lloyd B.
    lave. pre-ented Commissioner
    Greene with a special gavel "in
    honor of services to the Temple
    luring lii= year of office."
    Leaders who will serve in 1964-
    53 with Jaye are Irving Denmark
    and Bert Berson, vice presidents;
    Murray Swift, treasurer; Ralph
    Extra Services At Young Israel
    Dr. Sol Nussbaum, president of
    Y .11n_ Israel, ha- announced that
    n order to accommodate the many
    lest: for High Holidaj seating,
    young Israel is planning auxiliary
    services at Washington Federal
    itorium, 699 NE 167th St, No.
    Miami Beach.
    Continuing the policy followed
    isl year, there will be no charge
    for Sunday School children, Rab-
    Sherwin Stauber, congregation
    spiritual leader, has advised.
    Registration in the Religious
    School will be available through-
    out September.
    Sunday School, open to children
    from 4 to 8. members and non-
    members, offers a rich program
    ill beginners Hebrew, customs
    and ceremonies, and Jewish his-
    tory, as part of the curriculum.
    Nursery, Kindergarten and He
    brew School classes began on
    Monday, according to Rabbi Ar-
    lold Richter, education director
    D Hollander. Mrs. Harry Kauf-
    man and Benjamin Hurwit. secre-
    taries.
    Trustees include Edward Auer-
    bach. George Barr. Esther Bor-
    rok. Hy Bournstein. Samuel
    Bloom. Dr. Stanford Cooke. Mur-
    ray Deutsch. David Field, David
    Goren. Davie Greene. Harold
    Greene. Councilman Leonard Kim-
    ball. Sam H. Lubell, Gerard Moss,
    Robert Popowitz, William Roberts.
    Fred Rosenthal. Sol Schrechter,
    Mel Shrago. Hyman Wiener.
    Honorary trustees are Harry
    Goldberg. Henry Perlman, Mai-
    vina Pollak and Ralph White-
    house.
    Program concluded with a mus-
    ical program presented by Can-
    tor Chet Gale, accompanied by
    Deeve Solove.
    Among the record 407 children
    starting at the Hebrew Academy
    this year is a group of pioneering
    young ladies. They are the first
    students in the new Hebrew Acad-
    emy Senior High School for Girls.
    he first such school south of Bal-
    timore. Md.
    According to Rabbi Alexander
    Gross, principal of the Academy,
    the girl's school, to commence
    classes on Wednesday. Sept. 9,
    will continue the quality, stan-
    dards and ideals of the integrated
    English-Hebrew program given in
    the Hebrew Academy's first nine
    grades.
    Dr. Samuel Ersoff, professor of
    education at the University of
    Miami, has been appointed as edu-
    cational consultant to the school.
    He has formulated an experi-
    mental program aimed at allow-
    , ing each girl to work according
    to her own capacity and speed,
    regardless of age or grade hi
    outlining the novel curriculum,
    Dr. Ersoff stressed:
    "Durine trie critical mid-teen
    years, the school environment
    plays a major role in the forma-
    tion of character and moral stan-
    dards. These goals are best
    achieved by a high school that em-
    bodies a total synthesis of sacred
    and secular education."
    Louis Merwitaer, president of
    the Hebrew Academy. ,n an
    nouncing the opening of the gjrft
    senior high school said: -\\\. are
    confident that our Senior High
    School for Girls will be hailed as
    a fulfillment of a critical need
    and a forward stride in the d*.
    velopment ot future leaders and
    mothers of leaders of American
    Jewry."
    Plans are now being formulated
    for the opening of a residence hall
    to accommodate out-of-town stu-
    dents seeking this unique pro.
    gram of education.
    Chaim Weizmann
    Branch Meeting
    Chaim Weizmann Branili -of
    Farband will hold its first meet-
    ing of the season on Saturday.
    Sept. 12. 8 p.m., at the Fontaine-
    bleau Hotel.
    Moe Levin, chairman, announces
    that a speaker will address the
    guests, and talent recruited from
    the membership will entertain
    In charge of reservation- are
    Mrs. Aaron Katz and Mrs. Johan
    Berman.
    nCHMtD BURTON AVA GARDNER O-
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    Happy New Year to All
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    Friday, September 4, 1964
    -Jewisti n-orkilan
    Page 15-1
    Variety Hospital
    "Project Charm1
    Women's Committee of Variety
    Children's Hospital is launching
    Project Charm" next month to
    raise funds to help the hospital
    offset its deficit of $400,000 for
    tree care to indigent patients.
    Entire proceeds from the eight-
    .veek course, offered by modeling
    chool director Loie Oxell, will go
    i) the hospital. Curriculum will
    Delude tips lor clubwomen plan
    ling fa.-hion shows.
    The group will lunch Sept. 14
    it Chandler's Restaurant. Ill
    harge of reservations is Mrs.
    loseph Muskin.
    Cemetery Desecrated
    FRANKFURT (JTA) Po-
    lice were investigating the dese
    cration of a Jewish cemetery here,
    in which 11 tombstones were top-
    pled by vandals who also painted
    a swastika in oil on the entrance
    to a Roman Catholic church, and
    uprooted seven tombstones in an
    adjacent Christian cemetery.
    Dr. Abraham Wolfson pledges to the Jewish National Fund
    through the Covenant Imami a beguest of 5,000 trees for the
    establishment of a grove to be planted in the Baal Shem Tov
    Forest. The pledqe is made through Bernard Silver, orig-
    inator of the idea of the Baal Shem Tov Forest, as Leon I. Ell,
    president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, looks
    on.
    New Members Are Welcomed
    Temple Beth Am. 5950 North
    Kendall Dr., welcomes the follow-
    ing new members: Dr. and Mrs.
    Philip Brass, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
    ward Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
    K-sner. Mrs. Audrey Gnat, Mr.
    and Mrs. Ronald Trazenfeld, Dr.
    and Mrs. Alfred Viener.
    Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson.
    Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawrence.
    Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Snyder.
    AI>o Mr and Mrs. Raphael Ros-
    enberg, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Farr,
    Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rubin, Mr. and
    Mrs Paul Leopold. Mr. and Mrs.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Howard Dixon. oseph M. Ragovis
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smith. Mr
    and Mrs. Aaron Foo>aner.
    Miss Lena E. Mullman, Mr. am
    Mrs. Edwin Cole, Mr. and Mrs
    Gerald Geffen. Mr. and Mrs. Bar
    ry Garber, Miss Arline Schemer
    Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pomerantz
    Mr. and Mrs. Barney Shapiro.
    Classes Open
    At Temple Sinai
    Cla^s rolls are still open at
    Temple Sinai's Religious School,
    ind resignation for the Sunday
    md Hebrew Schools, Nursery and
    Kindergarten may be made at
    he Temple office.
    Sessions are scheduled to begin
    >n Sunday. Sept. 13. at 9 a.m.
    Temple Sinai features a daily
    Vursery and Kindergarten school
    rom 9 to noon, staffed by quali
    led teachers and carrying a com
    ilete program at both the nursery
    ind kindergarten levels.
    Registration At
    B'nai Sholom
    Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW
    22nd Ave., will have registration
    in the Religious School, directed
    by Cantor Abraham Reisman, on
    Sunday from 10 to 12 noon.
    Sunday School classes will be-
    in on Sept. 13 at 10 a.m.
    Star of David
    Memorial Prayer
    Community Memorial prayers
    will be held at Star of David
    Memorial Park on Sunday. Sept.
    13, with Rabbi Murray A. Alstet
    officiating at 10 and 11:30 a.m.
    On the same day, special Tem-
    ple memorial services will also
    be held by the following spiritual
    leaders for their congregations:
    Temple Judea, Rabbi Morris
    Kipper, at 10 a.m.
    Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man, at 10:30 a.m.
    Temple Beth Shirah. Rabbi
    Morris Skop, at 1 p.m.
    Temple B'nai Sholom. Rabbi
    Samuel Machtei, at 2 p.m.
    Star of David Memorial Park
    is at 5900 SW 77th Ave., Miami.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    XOTICK is HERBBY r.lVKN ilmt
    [Hi. mill, i-siutie.i. desiring in Misasa i"
    kitixinesM under ihr fk'titioiiK namr of
    LATIN AMERICAN CONSULTANTS
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    lii'.n.i- m register mid name with ttti
    [I.Tk [ the Circuit Court of Dade
    oiinty, Florida.
    I'.aii. SHBLTON
    Bole KviH-i-
    9 f-ll-18-SS
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    ICOUNTV. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 9655
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    ' ROBERTCARVELL
    Ti 7 Blmwood Road
    Baltimore, Mar} land
    VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    fomplalnt for I Ivorce ha* been
    uKaln*1 you, and you are r-
    ilred (o xervi .> copj ,1 your Anewei
    : pleading to tald com plain I
    the I'lalntlff uttoroeyM, Sf'Hi|V-'
    'l |J ANU 1 1:1.1 'MAN. 507 BlKCa) ne
    |illdlnic, Miami, Fiorldu, 33130, and
    the original answer or othel
    In the fflce of the t'lerh ol
    ("Inuli Court, l>ad County, Ml
    >n 01 liefn 1 he it I
    k-tolii r, p' 1 1 11 h i i-' ludgmi nl
    il !.. taki ) ou
    the T. '1.1 i|, manded In the 1
    JWY Auxiliary
    Israeli Night
    Norman Bruce Brown Post 174
    and Auxiliary invite members and
    friends to an Israeli Night or
    Thursday. Sept. 17, 8:30 p.m.. at
    4601 W. Flagler St.
    Chairman Sol Koenigsberg re
    ports the program will feature a
    film and commentary by Rabbi
    Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. of Israelite
    Center. Rabbi Swirksy did the
    film on his recent trip.
    Mrs. Abe Marcus will instruct
    In Israeli folk dancing, and re-
    freshments will be served
    People Speak
    Forum Friday
    "Are You an Addict?" will be
    the subject of the People Speak
    Town Hall Forums on Friday. 8
    p.m., in Washington Federal Audi
    lorium, 1234 Washington Ave.
    Panelists will be Dr. H. Clinton
    Davis, representing the Dade
    Medical Association; Mrs. Joan
    May. assistant supervisor. Nursing
    Division, Dade Department of
    Public Health, who will be in
    1 harge oi the new South Shore
    Clinic when it opens in Novem-
    ber; and Chaim Rose, moderator.
    Happy New Year to All
    Our Jewish Friends
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    AND SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
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    BETTY'S
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    "Beauty Is Our Business"
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    I & II Al TO
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    North Miami Beach

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    1'TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. ,N AND FOR DADE
    JUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 9654
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    lirfendani
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    ''impiiiiiu for Divorce baa born
    >k in 1 you. and you are re-
    reil tu nerve u copy of your Answer
    Khar pleading to amid complaint on
    Plaintiff s attorneya, schon-
    -i' and PEI.DMAN, :>! Blaeayna
    BdiiiK. Miami. Florida. MM0, anil
    the orUmai answer or otbar
    ^iiint in the office of the clerk of
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Ml-
    Plorlda, on or before the "th
    if October, l>M Otherwise, Juds-
    pt by default will be taken against
    for (lit- relief ili-manueil 111 the-
    Rolalnt.
    ktkii al Miami, Dade County,
    1 thin 1^1 day of September,
    i: B. i.l:\TIIKIt.MAN
    Clerk of 1 ircull Court
    Bj C P. COPELAND
    Deputy Clerk
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    Riverside.
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    N, wman.
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    L"_'iiii Si s. i \ I In Salisbury, Md.
    Gordon
    NELSON. Mi-. Rose, o. of 1400 Penn-
    sylvania Ave. Riverside.
    PLUGARD, Wllley, 7". of (SO NE l>t
    Ave. Riverside.
    ROSINKO, Sol, 72. of 180,1 NE IS6th
    SI Bervicei In New York City, Wv-
    eraide.
    2UCKERBROT, Mrs. Fannie. 7. of
    S00 Washington Aw. Services In
    New York City. Riverside.
    Happy New Year to All
    Our Friends
    Jack Sreen'j
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    el nouito
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    of Miami
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    and Loan Association
    In the Edison Financial Center
    N.W. 7th Avenue at 60th Street
    Happy New Year to All Our Jewish Friends
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    9 a.m. TO MIDNIGHT
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    COMPLETE PRO SHOP
    Located at 441 Exit of the N-S Expressway
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    IN SOUTH FLORIDA
    WE WISH
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    Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1964
    Section C
    /
    C)Qoslt sSJeal of . See Story, Page 2-C.


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    Friday. Sep*e~ber 4, \z-.{
    Rosh Hashanah
    Greetings
    rrcm
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    leader in the manufacture of kosher delicatessen
    mea. products.
    We begin our 72rd year of providing Kosher Meat
    Product* to the Jewish families of America by once
    again resolving to:
    SAFEGUARD-the religious heritage of KASHRUTH
    MAINTAIN-the Wilno standards of highest QUALITY
    PRESERVE-fairhfully the inimitable WILNO FLAVOR
    JUSTIFY-rhe confidence placed in our INTEGRITY.
    mom out isTtcmtD iabbis and mashgkhim
    Rabbi Boruch Rabinowitz
    Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
    Rev. Chaim Kaufman
    Rev. Yehuda Laib Dicker
    TO ALL JEWRY
    IN AMERICA, ISRAEL AND ELSEWHERE
    A HAPPY, HEALTHFUL, PROSPEROUS
    AND PEACEFUL ROSH HASHANAH
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    PL 9-0757
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    Established 1937 Manufacturers Representative Paper Products
    SfftV/NG FLORIDA JOBBERS OVER tlGHTUN rtARS
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    TO ALL .GREETINGS
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    open 24 Hours a Day UN 5-5493
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    Pcrtrc:t showing Sacrifice oi Abraham Gil painting is by Rembrandt. 153E
    The Meaning of the Sacrifice of Isaac
    By RUTH MORRIS
    ^N f Rosh Bash
    *' it Isaac Akedahi recalls the J*
    ideal xemi lift d in th . < [ Israi ....
    ead in Gen. 22 the touching l rj that
    our i. b Abraham, who had loi
    right! il id who had had his aging ful-
    filled :n the birth of Isaac, U bidden to offer
    up this child as a bum-offering unto the Lord
    purpose of this command vas to apply a
    -upreme I Abraham's faith thus strengthen-
    ing his hand, capable of intervenes as
    intervene, ar.d as it was the purpo-e from the
    nr-t to intervene, as soon as the spiritual end of
    the trial v.as accomplished
    The Primary Purpose
    In Abraham's age. it was astounding that
    God should have interposed to prevent the sacri-
    fice, not that he should have asked for it. A
    primary purpose of this command, therefore, was
    to demonstrate to Abraham and his descendant
    after him that God abhorred human -aerifice.
    Unlike the cruel heathen deities, it was the spiri-
    tual sacrifice alone that God required. Moses
    warns his people not to serve God in the way
    of the surrounding nations. "For every abomina-
    tion to the Lord which He hateth have they done
    to their gods; for even their sons and their daugh-
    lire to their gods
    opens the lon{
    ..:...:: >n Of chil
    - the Semit..
    their Egyptiai '-
    Reminder of Ram
    ..- : ..ham to make this
    the readme-- ol Isaac to of!' r
    t God's comi i led as a clai
    [orgivem I sin mid alw:
    -h peopU a
    ::\ the Mishnah iTaan 2 ;
    the for public ii-t days: "May Hi
    red Abraham or. Mt Monafe hear
    plications." The un I of the Shofar on N ,
    Year is explained in the Talmud as a remir. ief'
    of the ram which Abraham offered in placi
    his willing >on and God considers it. "a-
    had bound yourselves before me" (Rosh HaMicr.jn
    16a).
    In the Musaf on the New Year, in tht Z v.
    ronoth Division i Remembering i. the foil
    prayer is found: 'Remember unto us. 0
    our God. the covenant and the oath which T!
    didst swear unto Abraham our father on Mt V "
    iah; consider his binding of his son Isaac OB
    Continued on Page 14-C
    Greetings to Our Many
    Jewish Customers from
    Coral Gables and the
    Entire Jewish Community
    SCOTTY'H
    uisimin shop
    388 ANDALUSIA
    Phone 444-914?
    To All Our Friends and
    Patrons New Year Greetings
    BARKIN ENVELOPE
    MFG. CO.
    2740 S.W. 28th LANE
    MIAMI
    Phone HI 3-7598
    Harry and Freda Barkin
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    JOHNNIE & MACK
    BODY SHOP
    "By the Railroad Track"
    PaintingColor Matching
    SEAT COVERS
    Body and Fender Repairs
    3647 N.W. 36th STREET
    Phone 633-0181
    TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
    WE WISH A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    'Art" "Murray" "Nat"
    COULTON BROTHERS
    SERVICE STATION & GARAGE
    :oral Way & S.W. 27th Ave.
    840 S.W. E b St.
    TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
    OLIN C. JOHNSON
    For Your CAD5LLAC
    CALL FR 1-1331
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    A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
    TO ALL
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    Friday. September 4, 1964
    -Jewlshflorldllan
    Page 3-C
    What's Your Rosh Hashona Quiz Score?
    By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
    Why do Jews 9r,et each 0,her on ,ht 'ir*t ni9ht
    of Rosh Hashona with the special greeting,
    'May you be inscribed and sealed immediate-
    ly for a good year of life?"
    [his greeting is based upon the Talmudic
    Tractate Rosh Hashona) description of the three
    |cs thai are opened on Rosh Hashona. In one,
    righteous are immediately inscribed for life.
    In one, tiie evil are immediately inscribed tor
    death. A third is kept open until Yom Kippur
    what are known as the in-between" humans.
    : t\ yom Kippur they have repented, they are
    inscribed tor life. If not, they are inscribed lor
    Hi
    The Mishnah (Aboth Chapter 31 states that
    -, ever is liked by people is liked by the Al
    u> Ihus. every Jew wishes his neighbor
    he !>< among the righteous who are imme-
    . eh inscribed lor life without even having
    :nt until Yom Kippur. This also shows the
    idence and trust one .lew is supposed to have
    . m ther.
    it is inr this latter reason that this greeting
    i said again after the first night of Rosh Has-
    Greeting one in this fashion on the next
    rning, lor example, would indicate that the
    ividual whom I greet has not as yet been in-
    bed for life. Thus I do not consider him among
    i righteous who are "immediately" inscribed
    ii r life, and so I am really insulting him by wish-
    ing hmi so after the first night of Rosh Hashona.
    * *
    Why is the Holy Ark opened so often during the
    Prayers of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
    while it is not opened at all during the week
    days of the year and only once on Sabbath
    morning?
    The opening of the Ark indicated the most
    ftriOUS moments during the liturgy. It was open-
    only upon the most important occasions dur-
    ing the prayers. Some open it during the year
    only while praying during an emergency involv-
    ing life and death. Rosh Hashona is considered
    such an emergency since humans are being judg-
    ed either for life or for death and so the Ark is
    opened at special prayers during the high holiday
    - 'ices.
    This is not done through the year so as not to
    lessen the effect on those important occasions
    when the Ark must be opened. Furthermore, on
    Ro-h Hashona and Yom Kippur a Jew feels him-
    self nearer to God because of his special state
    of purity and penace. Thus the Ark is especially
    opened during this period to demonstrate our
    closeness to Him at this time, as well as to show
    hov due and urgent are circumstances during the
    pi i nil of judgment.
    To demonstrate how awe inspiring is the
    German Jews of the 18th century observ-
    ing the Ninth Day of Ab, praying in the
    synagogue, eating the last meal before the
    fast, and sleeping in the synagogue.
    moment when the Ark is opened, the congrega-
    tion must always rise when the Ark is open.
    Since Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur are days
    when we stand in the synagogue most of the
    time, the Ark is especially opened during that
    period.
    e a
    Why is the Shofar kept covered in the synagogue
    on Rosh Hashona when it is not held in hand
    for blowing?
    A number of reasons are offered for this
    practice. It is contended that since the Shofar
    may not be used for any other purpose on Rosh
    Hashona except for blowing the prescribed notes,
    it is covered at all other times lest it be handled
    and used for some purpose extraneous to that
    for which it was intended. There are some who
    see a mystical meaning behind the covering of
    Continued on Page 15C
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    for Everyone from
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    Wish Their Relatives
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    Speedy Recovery of Mother,
    Mrs. Jacob Lieberman
    naion
    ^Ars with the passing ijears
    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
    all of our friends
    all of the blessings that a
    bountiful and merciful God
    can bestow
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    ana cjooa fortune thrnont
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    Religious Values in Post War America
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
    By ISRAEL WOHLGELERNTER
    IOST-WAR America has experienced a new wave
    i religion. All aspects ol American life
    facia), political, academichave responded to it.
    tnu inhibitions of the twenties and thirties re-
    Larding religion no longer prevail. As sex be-
    came proper parlor conservation after the First
    JWorld War. so religion is now spoken of without
    embarrassment or apology in the best of society.
    Suburban society, we know, is .n a large
    ... asure religiously organized. A politician must
    now identity himself with some denomination and
    c prepared publicly to bare his religious heart.
    |Beligion has also been readmitted to the groves
    academe alter an extended leave of absence.
    Divinity school! are well-endowed; departments
    j religion are nourishing; and religious issues
    eceive hearing, drawing attentive audiences.
    hi has also profited by the paperback revo-
    ivhere religious titles are displayed promi-
    rently in campus bookstores.
    Many iorces have contributed to this upsurge
    ..; religion. We will direct our attent:un to Juda-
    Ihe th rd great American religion, in specific
    i- ol Orthodoxy.
    Back to Synagogue
    Wie u< christelt sich so yklelt slch," say- a
    icrceptive Yiddish proverb or "As the Joneses go,
    so go the Cohens and Cowans," Second and third
    generation American Jews have made the most
    ,i this religious boom in these last twenty years
    4* elaborate church-centers aro-e in all suburban
    communities so more elaborate synagogue-center:.
    ere built. As church affiliation grew, synagogue
    nemberships increased proportionately. Religion
    seems to be "bustin1 out all over."
    We find, for example, that a young Jewish
    .eieran whose father attended a socialist Kol
    Nidre ball on the lower East Side, is now chair-
    ,nan of the curriculum committee of the religious
    school. This extensively furnished school is hous-
    ed in an ultra-modern catering-center synagogue
    Mablishment which serves as the Jews' identity
    >ass into American society. In these postwar
    vears. Jews have been living with a grave and
    Discussing forthcoming project to establish
    Alice and Jan Peerce Scholarship Fund are
    (left to rights Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chan-
    cellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary
    of Ameiica, Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera
    Company star, and Moses J. Silverman,
    president of the Cantors Assembly of Amer-
    ica and cantor of Congregation Anshe Emet
    in Chicago. The Scholarship Fund will be
    set up for deserving students in the Cantors
    Institute of the Jewish Theological Semin-
    ary.
    dramatic edilice complex which is a reflection
    of the social forces obtaining in the middle-class
    community at large.
    Not to be outdone. Orthodox Jews have also
    entered the race, albeit somewhat late. I refer,
    of course, to Americanized" Orthodox Jews,
    many of whom live simultaneously in the two
    worlds of Pumpaditha and Pompeii.
    Suburban and. to a lesser degree, urban Orth
    odoxy have become fashionable. We, too. have
    Continued on Page 12-C
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    national 'i ..- 6. .:.
    ' --.'... ring outgoing Hebrew
    Yea: 5724 :-.- cm emergency Ameri
    Jewish Conference on Soviel Jewry The
    two-day assembly adopted an 18-poinl
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    bgious and cultura] rights oi Soviel Jews.
    Convention speakers righl included
    Rabbi Uri Millet presidenl Svr.raccue
    Council Sen. Acrrha- Ribicofl Conn.
    Label A. Kant prCMridenl 5 r.z: 5 rith; and
    Justice Arthur Gcldb~ra.

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    By DR. JULIO DRESSNFR
    pOME From the Jewish angle, a re\.
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    tions by the Ecumenical Council.
    It is known from the two articles by Cardinal
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    A- outlined by the Cardinal in these articlev
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    they have not always in the pa-t applied all the
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    Council, published by the Italian Telegr.;
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    v- (\NSA), that in the statement on Jews
    ., ,',' mJnttOT the Islamic reU^wn.--?
    , iH> feltalso in Jewish circlesthat this
    j be quite justified, and there are many who
    ' ,1,.,, ,1,,. re-affirmation of kinship may turn
    s useful for peace, especially since, in his-
    and theological perspective, Islam is a
    ,' child ol Judaism and Christianity.
    , unanimous are opinions about the in
    .ion_aiinounced by the same source-of a ret
    ,cc t,( the Zarathustrian religion into the
    c declaration. The intention may be good,
    many an observer fears that such a con-
    .ion, lacking any historical or theological moti-
    onmay lend itself to discordant interpreta-
    Historical Tendency
    rhis feeling was well expressed by Bruno di
    la, ., young professor of history, during a
    . ting in Rome. The fight against Jews, he
    I was one of the aspects of the historical ten-
    cj ol religious majorities to overpower minori-
    Jews "ire not the onlyand not even the
    -i treatedvictims of such a universal ten-
    c} in the present multiple society, religions
    readj t<> co-exist and ready for demobilization
    i disarmament of their arsenals. One of the
    jpons was the deicide story, and its full revo-
    in should be viewed by Jews as a sign of
    ce, without rancour but also without a feeling
    eing obliged to gratitude. That the sad events
    past centuries were in reality a religious strug-
    le i- obscured by the fact, Di Porta insisted.
    t Jews, the weaker part, supplied all the vic-
    s The more so can we consider it as victory
    ue not only survived but that we maintain-
    mr faith in its purity.
    Another competent Jewish opinion regarding
    lh expected Council document was expressed by
    A -usto Segre head of the educational and cul-
    :j1 department of the Union of Jewish Com-
    nities in Italy, in an article in the monthly
    : ilino"and later in a public conference. At-
    evaluating the immense value of the docu-
    ent he said: "History teaches that it is not
    ugh to promulgate laws and decrees against
    i-Semitism. but it is necessary to recognize
    . the Jewish traditional and spiritual values."
    Honest Evaluations
    Therefore, the decree proposed to the Ecu-
    lical Council Vatican II will be a limited sue-
    -. it it remains in terms of a formal declara-
    I i. Segre continued: "Only if in seminaries
    in schoolsfrom the kindergarten to the uni-
    versity, and in churchesfrom the basilicas and
    i thedrals to the simple small churches in the
    . ntry, from the cathedral and the pulpit, in
    ci Dtacts with the -great" as well as with the peo-
    ple, all the priests will engage not only to illus-
    trate the content of this schema, but also to spread
    an mg men a word of goodness, of love, of clari-
    fici tion, of honest evaluation of human rights, also
    ii relation to Jews, so that the document lives
    Signing the scroll at groundbreaking cere-
    mony for the Joseph Cherner Center in
    Jaffa, Tel Aviv. Left to right are Adolf Rob-
    ison, vice chairman of the America-Israel
    Cultural Foundation; Hillal Barzel, head of
    the Tel Aviv Youth Department for Culture
    and Sport; Mrs. Ruth Cherner, of Washing-
    ton, DC, formerly of Miami Beach; and Mor-
    dechai Namir, Mayor of Tel Aviv. The Jos-
    eph Cherner Center is the latest in a net-
    work of cultural centers established by the
    Foundation in Israel.
    and acts within the heart of every man: if all men
    will feel the desire to realize the Word of the
    Lord followed by Abraham. Moses, by the Pro.
    phets and by Jesus, by the Pharisees and by the
    Apostles when everyone will be convinced
    that physical freedom cannot be separated from
    the spiritual freedom, only then will we be able
    to sav that an era of peace, love and hope rises
    above tormented humanity."
    A similar thought, and similar request, was
    expressed by the Chief Rabbi of France, Dr.
    Jacob Kaplan, in front of the Florence Synagogue
    on occasion of the commemoration for Jules Isaac.
    The former's speech is widely known by now,
    but it is useful to quote here the following words:
    "That statement, which Jules Isaac so much hop-
    ed for. and which the civilized world awaits with
    undeniable interest, will it be apt to dry up the
    roots of religious anti-Semitism? This can be
    reasonably hoped, ifas Jules Isaac requested
    that statement be edited so as not to leave a pos-
    sibility for restrictive interpretations and be is-
    Continued on Page 11-C
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    Friday. September 4 lggsl I fri
    How Israelis Will Greet Rosh Hashona
    By RAPHAEL ROTHSTEIN
    IN bBl :' the main Post Office in Jerusalem
    long table* laden with greetings cards have
    been set up Wizened Yemenites assisted by their
    \ihole far: '. East European Jews compete
    with each other for the attention of passers-by
    - et-veodors usually deal in such items
    > razor blades and tooth paste But each
    this time they deal in good will. Similar
    I er.acted all over the countrv
    In fl..... -: Igogue in Tel Aviv, an
    couple do a brisk busine.-- in
    rayer book:
    With any luck, the weather at thi- time of
    and sunny: and sometimes the Tig-
    eetes Jerusalem scatter the neat-
    ly-arranged card- A Yemenite patriarch trill
    bark a command in richly accented Hebrew, and
    'ne of hi- MNU will move smartly to gather their
    -cattered uare^- And. as i> customary in the
    ing between seller and buyer pre-
    cede- ever) tran-action
    Existence Reality
    The \. Year cards range in size and senti-
    ment. Some large ones depict land marks such
    .- K.ng David's Tomb, views of the Old City and
    the seaport of Haifa. Others are gaudily deco
    rated with sprays of flowers, and many of them
    !eature military subjectstank- on parade or
    pretty girl soldiers surrounded by orange trees
    It may -eem cunou; that a Rosh Hashona card
    -hould carry pictures of the army, but it must
    t* remembered that, in Israel, the Defense Force-
    To the people's affection. The army-
    makes the young country > continued existence a^
    reality
    The East European influence, in particular!
    the Rumanian spirit, is represented m lushj
    cards with pictures of devoted and romantic-look-
    ing lovers The written inscriptions range from]
    simple shana Tova" to a more elaborate wish,
    for health, wealth, peace and general well-being
    One card -how- a hand grasping a bankrollj
    with 'he sentiment "A year of wealth and pros-
    perity to you." In many way- the variety of
    greeting cards indicates the rich variety of taste
    and attitudes emanating from Israel's many eth-
    ips
    Accent on Material
    The days preceding Rosh Hashona are more'
    material in .-pint than spiritual A walker in
    any of the towns or villages is impressed by the
    consumer rush to acquire all the necessities lor
    the proper celebration of the holiday The mood
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    .,,,, seemingly unmindful of the noisy contusion
    around them. In Mea Shearim. the ultra-rcli
    . quarter of Jerusalem, the hefty wives of
    [lassidim sternly and professionally stack crates
    and pluck chickens while their husbands engage
    hi th<: arduous rituals and prayers necessary for
    purification before the forthcoming day of Judg-
    ment.
    In the elegant shops of Tel Aviv, fashionable
    Israelis outfit themselves with new clothes and
    lurnishings. In a back street of the Negev city
    .t Beer-heba. a ranged little Moroccan girl bar
    .11- with a crafty Ashkenazi for a tlashy new
    I
    Prayer for Peace
    The New Year approaches. On Erev Rosh
    Hiishona, the eloquent voice of Moshe llovav. the
    voice oi Israel's chief radio announcer, greets
    the nation with "Shana Tova" and then reads
    the President's and the Prime Minister's New
    year's messages. As in every year, the leaders
    nl the nation pray for peace, the lervent hope of
    young and constantly threatened country.
    Families enter the synagogues and the New
    year's service begins. In Israel, as in most cen-
    l,rs "l Jewish life, Rosh Hashona is the occasion
    1,1 more than usual synagogue attendance. All
    . m'T the country many temporary shuls have been
    it up in schools, abandoned structures and meet-
    hulls. Sons proudly don the white yarmulke
    nd fathers fondly guide them through the mys-
    ies of the "mahzor."
    Restored Jerusalem
    Israel, the land of contracts, embraces Jews
    British Ambassador John Beith speaks at
    dedication of new Institute of Organic
    Chemistry at Weizmann Institute of Science
    in Rehovoth, Israel during outgoing Hebrew
    Year 5724.
    from the four corners of the earth Each group
    brings its own cherished rituals and traditions.
    Walk through the neighborhoods of Jerusalem,
    and you are overwhelmed by the variety of ob
    servances. All Jews. All have guarded their
    communities, kept their traditions and survived
    yituu) y&VL
    the torments of exile. Tonight they pray in
    Yerushalayim, each in his own way.
    In Mea Shearim. each Hassidic cult gathers
    around its "Tzadik." Tiny Moroccan shuls ob-
    serve unfamiliar rites. Down the street, young
    Yemenites intone strident chants, unrecognizable
    to one brought up in the European Jewish tradi-
    tion. In the well-to-do residential section of Re-
    havia. the Prime Minister and other government
    leaders worship at the stately B'nai Jeshurun
    Synagogue, while a little down the street, in the
    imposing building of the Chief Rabbinate, "Hei-
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    Many in Israel do not celebrate the New Year
    in u religious way. The two invariably sunny
    days are a time for picnics and outings The
    beaches are crowded and the roads jammed, For
    those of lesser means, the day is a quiet one of
    strolling and visiting friends.
    It is not a day of rest for all. In army camps,
    chaplains hold services, and the cooks do their
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    The holiday runs its course. Toward even-
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    A Re examination of Old Miracles Today
    1
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    F an) one point can be fixed m the life experi-
    ence "i the American Jew where doubt first
    seta in aboul the valkllt) ol Judaism, it la prob-
    ably when, ai a college student, he was asked or
    asked himself: "Did the miracles described in
    the old Testament really happen?'
    Nowadays, the point may be earlier, consid-
    ering the response ol the typical schoolboy to
    man's extradordlnarj scientific mastery ol the
    natural world and the correspondingl) immense
    prestige ol science and the scientific method.
    Reform Judaism has disposed ol the problem
    ol the believability of the Biblical miracles bj
    Ignoring it. As a Long Island Reform robin has
    put it: "The present-day congregant who ask>
    seriously about Elijah's ravens or the manna is
    -reeled with raised eyebrows on the part Of his
    fellows and a short, condescending answer from
    his rabbi."
    Easy Answers
    As Rabbi Alton Winters, of Glen Cove. NY..
    sees it. "In Judaism the miracle is peripheral,"
    and Reform Jews should presumably be grateful
    for this "dispensability" of the supernatural. But
    he also contends, in a recent issue of the (.'CAR
    Journal, that Reform Judaism may have "lost
    something worthwhile, even precious, by not hav-
    ing to conlront the question." Specifically, when
    the "modern rabbi" asks himself what part mir
    acles play in the Bible, he is too likely "to ac-
    cept the easy answers "
    First, according to one ol the easy answers.
    the miraculous explanation was characteristic of
    Biblical times. "That was the way they thought
    about things in those days The other "easj
    answer" is that anything out of the ordinary was
    accounted for "by being called a wonder or a
    sign."
    From the Reform viewpoint. Kabbi Winters
    notes, both answers "are essentially true." but
    there are still two motives for the use of miracles
    in the Old Testament which Reform Jews "have
    missed because of our casual attitude."
    Philosophy of History
    It is probably wrong, he continues, "to speak
    of a Biblical writer, a Biblical theology." but he
    believes that there really "does seem to be one
    unifying idea throughout nearly all the books of
    the Holy Scripture" which he calls "the Biblical
    philosophy of history."
    From that viewpoint, he argues, the "people
    who wrote and edited'" the Old Testament "were
    afraid of human heroes." They point out "with
    embarrassing candor the faults, foibles and sins
    of our ancestors." Their objective was to pro-
    Playwright-producer Dore Schary (center
    national chairman of the Anti-Defamation
    League of B'nai B'rith. is made a life mem-
    ber of the National Association for the Ad
    vancement of Colored People in special
    ceremonies in New York. Roy Wilkins
    NAACP executive secretary, looks on while
    Kivie Kaplan (left), national life member
    ship chairman of the association and a
    member of ADL's New England Board, pre-
    sents the life membership pin.
    jeel the idea thai "imperfect man provide.- th
    dark background of contrast to set otf the brighi
    Ibid. God." The Biblical writer, therefor*
    needed divine intervention "to expound the view
    of history."
    "As in the case of the miracles." Rabbi Wir
    ter- asserts, "humanist-naturalist thinkers have
    found way- around this central idea" of the Old
    Testament The approach is that some of "these
    sinning folks" are considered as the greatest r>
    ligious geniuses who ever lived. Therefore. "i(
    they, normal people, could live and still achieve
    the spiritual and ethical heights, then there is
    still hope lor us."
    This widely applied approach, according to
    Rabbi Winters, "comprises the nudrash of moo
    ern Judaism" but one of its consequences is
    that those Jews who believe in this "midrash'
    no longer "see God as the only true Hero of his
    tory, Thus they no longer comprehend history
    as the arena in which God's heroism is display
    ed." A theological loss of such proportions "is
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    Jewish Events in Italy During Past Year
    Continued from Page 7-C
    ,,,, as obligatorythat means that such state-
    mel should be obligatorily acted upon."
    Contribution of Bible
    \. n to give the right echo to Augusto Segre's
    equesl for a recognition of Jewish spiritual
    a|ues the known Catholic Bible expert and judge
    ,1 the constitutional court, Prof. Nicolas Jaeger,
    speaking on "the contribution of the Bible to
    Western civilization," pointed not only to the in-
    debtness ol the world to the Jewish people for
    Ihe monotheistic religion, but also tor the con.
    Icepts "i equality, of solidarity and of freedom
    (that were first expressed in the Bible. But Prof.
    jaeger did not >peak of the past only. He in-
    Ideed concluded: "Such principles have a timeless
    value It is exactly the dialogue with the One
    bod, it is the brotherhood of men, the sense ol
    jid'arity taught by the Bible which will save the
    ^dependence and the free life of the spirit in the
    Ichnological societies of the future."
    Jewish Consciousness
    In a sense, in a world of true religious free-
    mi, il will become necessary also for Jews to
    Ike more and deeper consciousness ol Jewish val-
    \. since there are among us somethough few
    number and weak in argumentwho fear that
    IwishChristian collaboration may increase the
    Limitation or the danger of conversion, or, in
    [more general aspect, that the decrease ol pies
    L. against Judaism would endanger Us sell
    irmation.
    Therefore Bruno Di Porta stressed the im-
    Stance ol mobilizing Jewish consciousness of
    religious values for the future dialogue among
    Jigions As to the opinion that Jewish survival
    exclusively due to outside pressure, it obvious-
    [confuses Cause and effect. Fight strengthens
    r to a pointtrue; but Jews have enough pur
    es to light for which are more valuable than
    fight against anti-Semitism: to start and to
    Jsh (with a wide span of general human pur-
    e> between), there is the Jewish state to sup-
    I. to develop and to light for.
    Atmosphere of Understanding
    Besides, the Church admits the problematic
    at ion often connected with its missionary
    t as was clearly said by Paul VI himself in
    keen) speech: "While the subjective freedom
    hose who profess non-Christian religions ac-
    Fing to their conscience is recognized, (at the
    F time) our faithfulness to the duties COB-
    (cd with universal evangelization is re-afiirm-
    Thls is a dramatic problem, it makes part
    tods secrets." When pronounced in this sol-
    emn manner, one imagines that a frame of thought
    is given wherein mutual good will has ample
    space to manifest itself.
    Besides, SUCb a pronouncement by the Pope
    can obviousiy be taken as an endorsement of the
    declaration oi religious freedom, against winch
    much opposition from conservative circles had
    been voiced. Another proof of progress is the
    creation ol the Secretarial for Non-Christians,
    which will, however, act "outside the Council"
    end which will not be involved in the treatment
    of the statement on Catholic-Jewish relations. It-
    lield of activity, as outlined by its president, Car-
    dinal Marella, is nevertheless based "on the at-
    mosphere ol understanding and union of all faith-
    ful, which has so clearly characterized the Conn
    cil."
    Mis exposition mentions as-one of the possi-
    bilities ol inter religious collaboration "the de-
    fense of the religious concept," and such a pro-
    nouncement has been expected ever .since the
    Council Vatican II was announced bj the late
    Pope John XXIII.
    Cardinal Marella's article is at it> strongest
    when he declares: Ignorance, inveterate preju-
    dice ami even a kind ol bad faith, more or less
    conscious, have deformed the one in the eves of
    the others. Vice was seen in the others where
    ;t less suspect and more charitable look would
    have discovered natural virtues worth to serve
    as example. Not without reason, the Old Testa
    meiit pre ented Job and Melchisedech, stranger-
    to Israel, as an example to be followed."
    V- to the practical activity of the new Secre
    lariat, which is a twin brother of the Secretariat
    tor Promoting Unitj ol Christians, it is obviously
    too early to have concrete indications
    Objective Historical Studies
    Another step forward in the direction ol a
    dialogue with other (Christian or non-Christian I
    confession- may be constituted by new instruc-
    tions concerning Bible studies and teaching is
    sued by the competent Vatican commission.
    Among many technicalities it pledged priests and
    Bible scientists to apply all the means of modern
    science to their work. It will be remembered
    that the dean of the non-Catholic observers to the
    Ecumenical Council, in an address to the Pope-
    last fall, spoke of the necessity of "objective his
    torical studies." and that the Pope agreed in
    principle.
    Returning, at the end of this rapid survey, to
    more specifically Jewish-Catholic contacts. I
    should like to mention the exhaustive and sym-
    pathetic report given by LOsservatore Romano to
    the recently inaugurated Jewish Museum in Rome.
    It was perhaps the first time that photos of Torah
    scrolls appeared in the official Vatican paper
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    arrived and arc riding the crest of the religious
    wave in America. We arc becoming more articu-
    late, more vocal and more organized. We are
    erecting bigger and better buildings and arc at-
    tempting to prove the possibility and viability
    of an acculturated. yet undiluted, halachic com-
    munity within the great American democracy.
    Tht Orthodox Pyramid
    Should you be hungry at the Latin Quarter
    some late evening, for instance, you can go around
    the corner and into a nook of Times Square and
    have yourself a slat-kosher pastrami on real Jew-
    ish rye. Should you have an oriental yen, you
    can travel downtown and be served Chinese deli-
    cacies under rabbinic supervision. Further south,
    you can even board Noah's ark lor kosher pizza
    pie while listening to the tunes of an Orthodox
    beatle. The somewhat more sophisticated can
    now embark on a non-Jewish ship tor a kosher
    cruise in the Camhean
    Despite lack of central organization, Ortho
    doxy has created a remarkable educational pyra
    mid in America, with its base of primary educa-
    tion widening yearly, culminating in it apex Ol
    higher education which is rising majestically over
    Manhattan's Washington Heights. Whereas a gen-
    eration ago a Jewish mother spoke of her son
    the doctor. Mother Judaism can now point proud-
    ly to her sons, the builders. The results of this
    educational drive are becoming apparent; and
    its influence has of late been felt on many secular
    campuses where Orthodox Jewish croups are
    flourishing to the dismay of their critics and an-
    tagonists.
    Docs all this and more spell a religious re-
    vival? Perhaps not. To be sure, this does not
    mean a disavowal of the successes of Orthodoxy
    These have much positive value when seen in
    proper perspective. Nevertheless, they also seem
    to be symptoms of an accommodation of the forms
    of Orthodoxy to Main Street, U.S.A. While the
    knitted yarmulke indicates the pride of the wear-
    er in his religion, it may also show our society's
    acceptance of it as a fashion. The signs point to
    Orthodoxy's return to vogue. Of this we should
    be wary. When religion becomes fashionable it is
    not yet necessarily alive and vibrant It may be-
    come smug and complacent.
    Living by the 'WASP'
    It has now become proper to enroll one's
    child in a private Jewish school, attend the syna-
    gogue decorously, "enjoy-' the services and the
    rabbi's sermon, respond generously to various
    worthy appeals, and hold an aesthetically appeal
    ing prayerbook. One wonders whether the recent
    spate of Siddur-publishing in America reflects a
    true revival of prayer, the epitome of religion, or
    Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman (left;
    receives, a check from the B'nai B'rith Israel
    Scholarship Program which assists able
    but needy youth in Israel, particularly chil-
    dren of immigrant Sephardi families, to
    continue their education through high
    school. Making the presentation is Benja-
    min J. Doft, of New York, chairman of the
    B'nai B'rith program, who reports 220 stu-
    dents aie now attending academic or vo-
    cational high schools on B'nai B'rith tuition
    scholarships. Annual grants of up to S300
    are awarded by a committee to qualifying
    candidates.
    whether it exemplified the substitution of an oh
    iect. a means, for an ideal, an end.
    One's home is strictly kosher, is decorated
    with bronze Israeli objets dart, and has a small
    -hell' of Jewish books, including the latest trans
    lation of the Torah. Pedal-pushing young ma
    11"iis buy ready-to-heat-and-serve Jewish delica
    cies just like mother used to make and vie with
    each other over how many people each is hav-
    ing lor Kiddush.
    Six days ol the week are devoted to the
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    ie TragicDays After the Assassination
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    Continued from Page 4-C
    lll(l its promise for the future. He witnessed
    ..Hl: troops and American troops marching
    [de by side at Fort Bliss, Texas. The Israelis
    h'rV being trained in the use of anti-aircraft mis-
    iies They were overwhelmed by the hospitality
    ,, the U.S. Army.
    Other aspects of American life were wit-
    essed Los Angeles, with its movie industry and
    ynamic Jewish community; Chicago, where the
    ivic welcome showed great enthusiasm; and
    e York City, site of important private meet-
    ng.s with leaders ol American Jewry.
    Mr. Esbkol discovered a new America. He
    omul thai he could call tor immigration to Israel
    Ithoul creating a nervous response. He found
    merican Jewish children who addressed him in
    ebrew and sang Israeli songs. He found a new
    aturity and self-confidence among American
    The visit retlected what had already hap-
    ned in Washington. The atmosphere of "Ge-
    ld was no longer present. In the old days.
    seemed that, every Monday and Thursday,
    ends ol Israel used to fly excitedly to Wash
    Ion to protest some anti-Israel treachery
    Ists situations still occur. But now they are
    let I) handled through normal Israel diplomatic
    niicls
    Normalcy Developing
    Normalcy developed because of Israel's con-
    futation and increased strength. But a vital
    ftor was the response of the White House.
    The new situation began developing durum
    Kenned) Administration. The late President
    I>1< [-rails problems seriously. He met with
    lvi.1 Ben-Gurion, then Israeli Premier, in New
    li'k City in May. 1961. A surprisingly candid
    |cussion took place.
    A change in official Washington philosophy
    f" became discernible. To all but some die-
    rd State Department elements, Israel became
    P'ptod as y nation worthy of serious treatment.
    was no longer just a little Near Eastern
    |The first tangible indication was the Kennedy
    mom to provide Hawk anti-aircratt missiles
    brael. Washington was responding to the pro-
    fnu'tit by Egypt of Soviet ultra modern weap-
    For the first time. Israeli military units
    trained on American soil.
    President Johnson's attitude toward Egypt's
    |er waa formed in the 1950s. It was retlected
    ig the Eshkol visit when the Egyptian Em-
    ly Issued a vituperative denunciation of the
    dent's guest. The release was signed by
    Moslem embassies. President Johnson was
    fiated at this breach of protocol and propriety.
    Secretary of State summoned the offending
    I
    i
    PRESIDENT KENNEDY
    heartfelt anguish
    envoys to the State Department for a stern lec-
    ture.
    New Stature Apparent
    Israel's stature has become apparent in con-
    trast to the immaturity and instability in neigh-
    boring states Her progress is viewed in Wash-
    ington by non-Jews as akin to the "Miracles" of
    development in postwar Germany. France, and
    Italy. The Israeli aid programs in Africa. Asia,
    and Latin America have won admiration. Is-
    rael's pro-Western orientation added to the re-
    spect accorded her.
    Vital issues involving Israel and America re-
    main to be resolved But it is clear that the New
    Year brings a level Of harmony and constructive
    dialogue promoting confidence on both side-
    Religious Values Today
    Continued from Page 12-C
    creation of the wherewithal of this accommoda-
    tion of Orthodoxy to middle-class values of the
    American "WASP" (White-Anglo-Saxon-Protes-
    tant). One suspects that it is their values by
    which the modern Orthodox Jew really lives with
    the addition of a distinguishing religious ritual
    and color. The immediate need of the means for
    this religious colaration takes up all of his ener-
    gies. Means are seen as the ultimate ends ot
    Torah. "Religious revival" is essentially absent
    from these important'but external successes of
    Orthodoxy.
    Real religion cannot be institutionalized.
    Synagogue buildings or organized kashruth are
    not self-sufficient ends. A religious revival can
    not be planned like an industrial relocation. The
    Jewish religious revival that grew out of six-
    Continued on Page 14-C
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    1964
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    Religious Values in Post War America
    Continued from Page 13-C
    Sited and eighteenth-century Po-
    - planned or organized out ci a com-
    ... Religious illumination spread
    j : that was seen by a few singular
    -naiities
    The religious dimension of life Is an mdivi-
    l Bass or group experience It takes
    plan nr.ermost recesses of one? self as
    - to God. This relationship becomes his
    : absolute concern and thus "reta-
    il other concerns and values which are
    nger primary His life is no longer
    It is now unified; it is directed
    it .-
    Primacy of Concern
    religion generally, and I
    ism in 1 admits no peers in value
    The unity of Godthe funda-
    ismdemands the cor
    unity of man. where all
    needs, concerns and values are directed to-
    :..- ultimate and absolute need, concern
    valueGod
    It :s this unity and primacy of concern which
    seem; to be lackir. .:. contemporary Orthodoxy
    God. Torah. religion are not our 'ultimate con-
    cern." They are concerns among many and ar
    conditioned by .special situation and temporal 0
    casion
    We have a plurality of concerns ami values
    Our lives are. therefore, departmentalized an_
    fragmented We relegate God to an occasion, an
    institution or. a division. There is a time for
    God and ; time for golf, a time to pra\ and a
    time to play. We live a smoothly-organized li|e
    where each part, including religion, play, ju
    role We render to God what is God's, and what
    remains is ours The modern Orthodox Jew
    smuj
    and complacent, is convinced of his just deserti
    and confidently awaits his generous portion (
    the Leviathan.
    Here 1- the rub Religion to be religious
    cannot he Just another function of man It does
    nut serve any other purpose nor fill any othet
    need, be it psychological, social, political, or
    esthetic. God has not come to inaugurate poli-
    ticians in office nor to be invoked at farewell
    dinners nor even to make man happy and give
    him peace God is either man's only absolute
    value, or He becomes another idol of man's mar-
    ket place, another item in the suburban si.
    center. God is either our ultimate concern or
    He is of no concern. Religion is its nun end
    total man in the service of God
    The Meaning of the Sacrifice of Isaac
    Continued from Page 2-C
    the altar suppressing his compassion to do Thy
    will with a perfect heart.
    "So may Thy compassion suppress Thine anger
    against us so may Thy compassion in Thy great
    goodness, may the fierceness of Thy wrath turn
    iway from Thy people. Thy city and Thine in-
    heritance. Remember this day the binding of
    I>aac in mercy unto his seed."
    The Scene in Art
    The story of Abraham's Sacrifice has beer
    frequently used in Jewish art. It is found on
    the walls of the synagogue of Dura-Europos and
    in the mosiac floor of the synagogue of Beth
    Alpha.
    When looking at Rembrandt's master portray-
    al of the dramatic scene, our feelings are deep
    ly stirred Rembrandt has given careful atten-
    tion to the traditional ritual. The knife in Abra-
    ham's hand is not a pointed blade, but is round
    at the tip because in Jewish traditional rite, the
    victim was net dispatched with a stab, but with
    a cut across the throat the while the tacrificer
    -hall "lav his hand upon the head of the burnt-
    offering.' as directed in Levit. 1:4.
    The placing of the father's hand upon the
    boy's lace 'Jives us the impression that Abraham
    does not wish to look upon the trusting eyes ot
    his son. In the culminating moment of this epi-
    sode, as the knife is raised for the sacrifice. God
    intervenes And the angel of the Lord called unto
    him out of heaven and said: Abraham, Abraham'
    And he said: Here am I. And the angel said
    Lay not thy hand upon the lad. neither do thou
    do anything unto him."
    Figure in Action
    In the Bible, the angel is represented only as
    -peaking, but Rembrandt shows him as a tr.aire
    in action. He accompanies his spoken word with
    his left arm uphtted while with his right hand
    he grasps Abraham's wrist with such violence that
    the knife falls from the old man's hand.
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    Page 15-C
    What's Your Rosh Hashona Quiz Score?
    Continued from Pa.it 3-C
    Shofar They claim that the ram. which wai
    . substituted tor Isaac at the Sacrifice
    unt Moriah was kepi hidden until the spec-
    a, moment of its appearance.
    This was symbolic >t the fact that our Salva-
    . usually bidden and unseen until the moment
    v-ing us comes to be. The Shofar. which is
    ihc symbol which reminds us of that ram (since
    Shofar is a rams horn), is likewise kept hid-
    i ; until the moment of its use for blowing the
    ical notes which ask for our salvation be-
    ,re the Almighty.
    Why do we dip our Challah in honey on Rosh
    Ha'hona?
    This -cms to be an old practice dating back
    il least to the Gaonic period. Rabbi Natronai
    Gaon used to drink liquids with honey on Rosh
    Hashona and verbally express the prayer and
    pc (hat the coming year be sweet." The honey-
    is thus an omen for a good and pleasant year
    head. Others claim a special reason lor the
    honey. They claim that fools seek to have ex-
    cessively sweetened foods. And it is considered
    better to be a fool who erred than a wise man
    ivho is evil.
    Others, using a similar vein of thought, say
    that if the Almighty will find that we have sin-
    ned, and who has not. let him at least judge us
    as fools who do not know better or who made
    [oolish mistakes, rather than alert individuals who
    A-illfully wronged God or man This is in line
    ivith a Talmudic dictum that no man sins un-
    it" a foolish notion entered his head.
    Others claim that honey is used because it
    reminds us of the bee who stings and yet gives
    ved produce. We thus pray that even if we
    -hall be subject to the sting of fate for the com-
    ing year, at least let us have the sweet fruits
    Mrs. Leonard Bernstein, Jennie Tourel and
    Leonard Bernstein board at El Al Airline
    during 5724 for Israel, where Mr. Bernstein
    conducted the Israel Philharmonic Orches-
    tra in the world premiere of his "Kaddish."
    Symphony No. 3. Miss Tourel was soprano
    soloist. The premiere performance took
    place in the Fredric R. Mann Auditorium in
    Tel Aviv, followed by performances in
    Jerusalem and Haifa.
    of our labors to make up for this sting which
    brings pain.
    A Reexamination of Old Miracles Today
    Continued from Pge 10-C
    ,i terrible price to pay for a minor humanist
    gain," the Reform rabbi adds.
    But there is an even greater cost, which is
    both theological and humanist, he contends, which
    arises from the fact that the miracle was not
    only objective reality to the Biblical writers; it
    was also a symbol. "The reality of the miracle
    represented God as the Hero in the struggles of
    imperfect, unheroic men," Rabbi Winters writes.
    The miracle as a symbol represented God's tri-
    umph over nature." Otherwise put, the miracle
    'symbolized God's control over his creation" since
    he could suspend and change natural law.
    This idea is needed now more than ever be-
    fore, in Rabbi Winters' view because man's
    science "has produced its own miracles," with
    astounding control over nature." However, this
    is an advance which has given man neither hap-
    piness nor security. If today's weaponry, for
    instance, "terrifies us, we may well tremble at
    what will be possible tomorrow."
    In sum, says Rabbi Winters, it would
    seem that "the miracle as a symbol of triumph
    over nature is not without utility even for ration-
    alists today."
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    he scenes of their agony but barred from
    ,h(. new home they had chosen.
    With Hope and Prayer
    iny of the DP'a the words "next year in
    were the ultimate irony, but to others
    il already survived so muchthey were
    : hope ;uid a prayer. For JDC, in those
    mmediate task was once again survival.
    and medical care, food, clothing, shoes
    for babies; in 1947 JDC was supply-
    nuns daily in the DP camps in Oer-
    and Italy. But this was also a per-
    oration for the future. For adults. JDC
    ; the support of a wide variety of trade
    ..I them through ORT (Organization
    ulitation through Training'. For the
    in the American zone of Germany alone
    . I 67 schools, 47 kindergartens and 75
    hools and Talmud Torahs. Not by bread
    books and bibles were printed and
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    handful of DP's had managed to tind
    i,i n was the establishment of the
    Israel which opened the gates for the
    :ii> Now again JDC was in the "res-
    ,.." In the 31 months between May
    end of 1950. JDC aided more than
    - to reach Israeland freedom. Thnu-
    i- were able to emigrate to the Unit-
    Vustria, Canada and Latin America.
    ie word that JDC had built a new free-
    reached into strange and distant cor-
    im lands where Jews had lived for cen-
    second class citizens and worse, the ap-
    rescue came and could not be denied
    i Magic Carpet," the JDC air-rescue
    brought more than 46,000 Yemenite
    From the depths of despair, these Jewish
    refugees from North Africa are entering a
    new life in France. Their welfare and re-
    settlement needs, must be met by the Joint
    Distribution Committee, with funds raised
    by the United Jewish Appeal.
    Aden to Israel. From all parts of
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    . Bulgaria"from the East and from
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    re than 444.000 refugees to reach Israel.
    _ ih. in were the most broken and help-
    . ged, the ill and the handicapped. For
    -. JDC established its Malhen welware pro-
    in in a network of hospitals, old age homes
    d other institutions, which still aid tens of
    Statistics are Impressive
    in the years since 1950seldom in the
    Ian IDC's existencehave refugees been off
    Ie .,1 agenda, When Jews were expelled
    loni f gypt after Suez, when thousands poured
    lei border into Austria after the Hungarian
    I when 100.000 Jews fled to France from
    P ei JDC was there to welcome them and to
    ovidi aid, together with the organizations of
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    is i n and where it is needed.
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    Use of the Shofar
    By DR. H. RABINOWICZ
    SYMBOLISM i-- wov.-n. like a silvered threa through the tapestry of Jewish life, addinu
    richne-s. color and depth to even day. and to
    the Holy Days in particular. Every festival, be
    it major or minor, has its own significant sym
    bol*. its own meaningful ceremonie>. Supreme
    symbol of Rosh Hashona. New Year, is the Shotar.
    and a> many as "Mean Kolloth" (one hundred
    sounds i are generally heard on that day Ro-n
    Hashona is known by five different names: the
    two name, used in the Torah. "Zikron Teniah"
    (a memorial proclaimed with the blast ot horns i.
    and "Yom Tcroah" (a day ot blowing the horni
    are both based on the Shofar.
    The sounding of the Shotar marks the climax
    of the impassioned Ro>h Hashona service Thi-
    i- the time when "even the tishes in the sea
    tremble with terror." the moment when the wor-
    shippers, tense and awed, rise a- one man to
    their feet. Their eyes are on the "Bimah" where
    the "Bal Tekeah" i Sounder of the Sholar i and
    the "Baal Makre" (prompter) stand before the
    congregation robed in the flowing folds ot the
    traditional white garments The greatness ol the
    occasion rests upon them and gives them unwont
    eil m;ijest;, in the c\e> ol the people
    They Blew the Horn
    In ancienl tune-, the Sbofar was widely used
    It played a part in coronations, and "hen Absalom
    sent spies throughout .ill the tribes ol Israel
    they warned the people saying, "As soon .<> ye
    hear the sound "l the horn, then ye -hall sa)
    'Absalom i- King in Hebron'." The Bible record-
    that when Solomon was crowned, "They blew the
    ram's horn, and all the people said 'Long live
    king Solomon'
    The Sholar. like the siren, was also used -
    an alarm or danger signal, and the Prophet Amos
    asks the rhetorical question, "Shall the horn he
    blown in ;i city, ami the people not tremble''
    At the end of the 49-year cycle, on the Tenth ot
    Tishri, a blast of the horn proclaimed the "Yovel"
    (Jubilee a- commanded in the Torah, "Then
    shalt thou make proclamation with the blast ot
    the horn on the tenth day ot the seventh month,
    in the day of atonement shall ye make proclama-
    tion with the horn throughout all your land "
    The Shofar was also used in the service of
    Gdd. David, musician king of Israel, brought the
    Ark of the Lord to Jerusalem, "with shouting and
    with the sound of the horn." and in the l'salms
    he urges. "With trumpets and sound ot the horn,
    shout ye before the King, the Lord." Many ot
    the great events in Jewish history were asso
    ciated with the Shofar. At the Revelation ;,t
    "The sounding of the Shofar marks the cli-
    max of the impassioned Rosh Hashona ser
    vice. This is the time when 'ever, the fish-
    es in the sea tremble in terror,' the rr.omen:
    when the worshippers, tense and awed, rise
    as one man to their feet."
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    i, "All the people perceived (fie thun-
    im and the lightnings, and voice of the horn."
    vails of Jericho foil miraculously after they
    been encompassed seven times by seven
    Ls bearing seven ram's horns, "And it shall
    that "hen they make a long blast with the
    B\ horn, and when ye hear the sound of the
    all the people shall shout with a great
    bin and the wall of the city shall fall down
    Strategist Gideon used the Shofar in psy-
    logical warfare. "When I blow the horn, and
    that are with me. then blow ye the horns also
    lever) >ide of the camp, and say: For the Lord
    for Gideon!"
    Through Medieval Time*
    The ShOftr was still in fairly common use
    Ins T.ilnnidic and medieval times. Whenever
    tan Ihe formula was read, wax candles were lit
    (he Shofar was sounded. It was used to hcr-
    the Sabbath and to announce a death. The
    jlmud records that Rabbi Hammuna "chanced
    [be in a town named Daru, suddenly he heard
    note i>i the horn, and he knew by this signal
    It someone had just died."
    In the realm of eschatology, too, the Shofar
    heard with literally epoch-making effect. At
    end of days, the angel Michael sounds the
    impel with a mighty blast. Then Elijah the
    ophct brings forth the Messiah and the great
    len Kra is inaugurated. As the Shofar sings
    again and again, momentous events take
    ace: the primeval light reappears, the dead
    Ise, the Shechinah becomes visible, and the
    [mple stands in all its perfection.
    Philo Jndaeus, writer of Hellenistic Judaism,
    the forerunner of many cholars and philosoph-
    who delve into the significance of the Shofar
    Rosh Hashona. In Talmudic times, the story
    the "Akedah" (the Binding of Isaac) was close-
    associated with the Shofar. "Blow a ram's
    rn before me so that I may recall on your bc-
    lf the binding of Isaac son of Abraham and
    gall count it to your credit as though you had
    Dund yourselves before Mc."
    Saadia Gaon (892-932) gives ten reasons for
    he blowing of the Shofar: the Creation of the
    ivcrsc, the beginning of the Ten Days of Re-
    cntance, the Revelation at Sinai, the exhorta-
    nn of the Prophets, the destruction of the Tern-
    le. the Sacrifice of Isaac, cultivation of rever-
    cc and fear, reminder of the Day of Judgment,
    lessianic Age and Resurrection. Two centuries
    Iter, Maimonides stresses the moral aspect of
    lis command. "Although the blowing of the
    hofar on the New Year is a Scriptural decree.
    suggestion is hidden therein; that is to say
    kwake ye sleepers from your sleep and ponder
    rur deeds; remember your Creatcr, ye who have
    gotten the truth by preoccupying yourselves
    ?ith the vanities of the world and have erred all
    rour vears in vanitv and emptiness which neither
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    Under Secretary of Commerce Franklin D.
    Rootevelt Jr., and Assistant Secretary of
    Labor Esther Peterson were principal speak-
    ers at the opening exhibit of informal photo-
    graphs and mementos reflecting "Eleanor
    Roosevelt on Her Own" at B'nai B'rith Wom-
    en's Franklin Delano Roosevelt Four Free-
    doms Library in Washington, D.C. With
    Roosevelt are Mrs. Maurice Turner, of Los
    Angeles, chairman of the library, and Mrs.
    Leonard Sims, of Detroit, BBW president.
    profit nor succour. Give heed to your souls, and
    mend your ways and deeds. Let everyone of you
    abandon his evil way and his wicked thoughts'.''
    Unique Piece in Service
    Believing that the Torah has "seventy faces"
    shining forth to the initiated and that every word
    and command of the Torah is enshrined in mys-
    tery ("raza"), the Cabbalist gave much thought
    to the Shofar. The Zohar (the Book of Splendor)
    gives the mystic point of view. The reason that
    Israel uses the ram's horn on this day and not
    on any other is because "we know to what place
    the horn belongs, and we do not desire to awak-
    en judgment. For. we have learned, by word and
    deed, we have to awaken secret powers. Now
    when the supernal Shofar, in which is the illumi-
    nation of all removes itself and does not shine
    upon the sons, then judgment is awakened, and
    the thrones are set up for judgment But when
    this Shofar rouses itself and men repent of their
    sins, it behoves them to blow the Shofar below,
    and the sound thereof ascends on high and awak-
    ens another supernal Shofar, and so mercy is
    awakened and judgment is removed."
    In Chassidism, too, the Shofar occupies a
    unique place in the service. Piety, integrity and
    scholarship were the qualities demanded of the
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    i taken similar stands before the convening
    the American Jewish Conference on Soviet
    ry and did so after the conference. What was
    Ible was that, for once in American Jewish
    "rv the components of this variegated com-
    ty" sugpentted their ideological and polemical
    [erences t.> join in one solemn voice of protest
    appeal to the Soviet rulers.
    Btrt it was also significant that American
    s were not alone in urging the Soviet rulers
    estore at least minimal religious and cultural
    s to the Jews of Russia The biennial con-
    ion <>i the afl-cio spoke out lor Russian
    s A group of world figures in Londonin-
    Iding Dr. Albert Schweitzer. Dr. Linus Pauling
    Bertrand Russellemphasizing that they
    Lg as Wends of the Soviet Union, also appoal-
    10 Soviet Premier Khrushchev. Pope Paul VI
    ;i Jewish War Veterans delegation that he
    concerned over the lot of Soviet Jewry and
    he intended to pray 'for these poor people."
    The effectiveness of such appeals and pres-
    s on the Soviet rulers remained uncertain,
    .jet courts continued to impose sentences of
    [optional severity, including death, on Jews for
    , of a viciously anti-Semitic book. "Judiasm
    out Kmbellishment," published by the Ukrain-
    Academy of Science in Kiev. Once the con-
    s of the book were made known to the west-
    world, a storm of criticism fell upon the Sov-
    not only from non-Soviet sources but also
    .i Communist parties in a dozen European
    .ntries. In unmistakable response, the Soviets
    idemned the book and confiscated and destroy-
    all copies. Nevertheless, the same Soviet
    logical commission which had denounced the
    rv book approved a similar effusion. "Catechism
    IhOUt Embellishment." whichthough lacking
    Nazi-like cartoons of the Kiev bookwas
    ally anti-Semitic.
    Matioh a Factor
    Bquall) unsatisfactory was the outcome of
    struggle against the Soviet ban on provision
    matZOhs for Soviet Jews. In 1962 and 1963.
    state bakeries refused to hake matzohs. leav
    for observant Jews the risky alternative of
    hie baking. Some Jews who did so were ar
    |sted on charges of profiteering in the sale ot
    ire-baked matzohs. Again apparently in re-
    nse to worldwide indignation, the Soviets in-
    atcd last February they would permit Russian
    vs to accept matzoh parcels from overseas,
    wish organizations, particularly in the United
    tes, quickly organized a massive matzoh parcel
    Ipment campaign. But it later became known
    Hat few, if any, of the parcels reached the m-
    tided beneficiaries.
    I Two continuing developments during the Jew-
    h year focussed the spotlight on Christian Jew-
    hparticularly Catholic-Jewishrelations.
    One was the failure of the second session of
    fc Ecumenical Council to act on a draft declara-
    m specifically absolving the Jews of responsi-
    Independence Day stamps honoring the
    Weizmann Institute of Science were issued
    by the Government of Israel on the occa-
    sion of its 16th anniversary during the out-
    going Year 5724.
    bility for the crucifixion of Christ and warning
    all Catholics against anti-Semitic thought and be-
    havior. For months after the adjournment of that
    session last December. Catholic dignitaries, par-
    ticularly American Cardinals, insisted that the
    inaction v.as for procedural reasons only. The
    dignitaries included even AugUStin Cardinal Bca,
    head of the Secretariat for the Promotion of Chris-
    tian Unity, who prepared the draft on specific
    instruction- (nun the late Pope John XXIII.
    A Question Mark
    Early in June, it was reported that the por-
    tion dealing with the crucifixion had been de-
    leted from the draft. The Vatican denials were
    inconclusive. With the third and presumably final
    Ecumenical Council session scheduled to open
    shortly after the Jewish High Holy Days, a ques-
    tion mark hung mutely over the degree of deter-
    mination of the Roman Catholic Church to con-
    demn clearly and unequivocally Christendom's
    most destructive libel against the Jew.
    The other was the furorein violent debate
    and violent actiontouched off by the staging in
    a number of European centers of a play which
    raised once again, in a compelling dramatic set-
    ting, the issue of the role of the Catholic Church
    Continued on Page 12-D
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    Friday September 4. 1964
    -Jewlsfi fhrldtlar
    had become .operative to make a strong effort
    tor the perpetuation of Judaism in America,"
    [oundi i 1888 ,ho Jewish Theological Seminary
    cil America. This was to be "an institution in
    which the Bible and Talmud shall be studied to
    a religions pun>ose." When, upon the death of
    in II rais, the presidency of the Seminary fell
    vacafl the quest for an outstanding leader led
    unerr gl> to Solomon Schechter. And happy as
    he hurt been in the scholarly climate of Cam
    bridgi Schechter accepted the call, realizing in-
    nijtiv y that the future of diaspora Jewry would
    lie with vigorous, yet undeveloped Jewish com-
    munities springing up in the New World.
    A New Fountainhead
    And lr the next 13 years, until his death
    ni 1915, Schechter stood at the helm of the Semi-
    nary, steering it dedicatedly. undeviatingly, to-
    ward its destiny. Under his inspired guidance,
    the \ m,; and obscure rabbinical school develop-
    ,,l in. one of the great centers of Judaic learn-
    in- and culture in the Western Hemisphere, a
    iiniversitj of Jewish studies with a total enroll-
    iiici.t il nearly 700 students coming from all over
    Ihe world, and a faculty of some 75 men and worn-
    ,ii. .i ranking authorities in their field.
    i addition to training rabbis, cantors and
    teachers, the Seminary is nationally-known for
    in a\ ard-wlnnlng radio and television programs,
    -The Eternal Light." its famous library, the
    largest ever assembled in Jewish history, its mus-
    eum, its children's camps, its intcrfaith forum
    In clergymen of all faiths, the Institute of Re-
    ligious- and Social Studies. "Schechter's Semi-
    nary' .,- it was frequently referred to with affec-
    tion, las become a fortress and fountainhead of
    Judaism in America, its influence penetrating to
    almost every facet of Jewish life and action in this
    com try, transcending even the boundaries of the
    comm inity and continent.
    Inspired teachers, great lay leaders, generous
    philai thropist it is Impossible to apportion what
    Ihe S' minary owes to each of the dedicated indi-
    viduals who appear on its roster and whose life's
    labor are woven into its very fabric. But al-
    though nearly 30 years have elapsed since his
    passing, the ideals of Solomon Schechter remain
    the permeating influence in the Seminary he
    guided to greatness.
    Si 'let-liter envisaged the Seminary as a cen-
    ter ol traditional yet scientific Jewish scholar-
    hip. In his inaugural address, he made it clear
    that Ihe Seminary could not ignore the revolu-
    tions in human thought, in material progress. Yet.
    whilsl the Seminary's dictum would be to employ
    every tool of research and criticism in its devo-
    tion to truth, its teachings would adhere faith-
    fully to the spirit of the Torah. "The religion in
    which the Jewish ministn should be trained."
    Dr. Schechter insisted, "must be specifically and
    purely Jewish without any alloy or adulteration
    Judaism must stand and fall by that which dis-
    tinguishes it from other religionsas well as
    that by which it has in common with them. There
    is no- other Jewish religion but that taught by
    the Torah and confirmed by history and tradition,
    and sunk into the conscience of catholic Israel.
    Any attempt to place the center of gravity outside
    the Torah must end in disaster."
    Evolving Jewish Character
    Under Schechter's influence the ideals of the
    American Conservative movement were crystalized
    at the Seminary. He adapted for the American
    viewpoint doctrines of Zechariah Frankel. head
    of the famous Jewish Seminary at Breslau. whose
    concept of Judaism was that of a product of his-
    torical evolution and development. These teach-
    ings underlined and demonstrated by constant
    historical precedent the essential evolving char-
    acter of Judaism. Schechter showed that through-
    out its history Juadism has always been dynamic.
    that the sages ol the Talmud were constantly re-
    interpreting and modifying accepted practice,
    adapting it to new thought and new conditions;
    that the rabbis had thus consciously helped to
    transform the pattern of Jewish life by penetrat-
    ing beneath the letter to the underlying spirit of
    the law; and that this process had only ceased
    towards the latter end of the 16th century, under
    the force of outside pressures. Solomon Schech-
    ter's conception of Conservatism was based upon
    a positive attitude of reverence towards tradi-
    Continued on Page 14-D
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    Center Worter an Negro 'Revolution'
    By HERBET HILLMAN
    Associate Executive, National Jewish
    Welfare Board
    IN idenl of the Jewish Commu
    ., ; in aiding the S
    gro Revolution' we now take it [or granl
    i-civil rights Our com
    mandments. our teachings ami our 0 tter ex-
    ipport "i the
    acepl [ eq lalitj ol pporl in t< I r all p<
    The social work profession, which has an historic
    influence 1 n Center work, commits its practition-
    ers i" recognize social justice and well-bein
    1 concerns an I givi leadei ship to I 1
    in beh
    In considi reconsidering his role, the
    Center worker and leader must begin with the
    omber knowledge that the current struggle by
    one group is hut a reflection of the impact ot
    problems which confront all Americans and all
    of human society and that Jews are bound up in-
    extricably in these broader social welfare con-
    cerns at a time when we are also becoming sen-
    sitive to dangers which imperil the viability Ol
    Jewish community life in America
    The "Negro Revolution'" is a call for action 111
    the interest ol our entire society. For the Center
    worker this has three principal leadership impli-
    cations: (a) The skill anrl knowledge the worker
    i an use ir. helping Center boards and members
    to understand the significance of this perspective
    in relation to civil rights activities. This requires
    that the worker himself should do the homework
    required to know the tacts; \, His participation
    worker and as a citizen of the Jewish and
    general community in supporting community, state
    and national efforts to resolve the basic econ-
    omic, educational and legal aberrations and then-
    attendant ills; and < c 1 His participation with other
    professionalsJewish and non-Jewishin research
    and professional practice improvement.
    Profound Lesson for Us
    It is ironic to hear one group of Jewish voices
    suggest that we foresake our primary Jewish mis.
    -ion in order to serve the urgent needs of other
    minorities. It is equally odd to hear another
    segment assert that we help only if this is not at
    the expense of diluting our Jewish purpose.
    There is a profound lesson for American Jews
    in the 'Negro Revolution.'" If anything, the strug-
    gle has awakened, rather than diminished, the
    Negro's sense of group identification. A healthy
    mid point between the view of some Negro Intel-
    lectuals that pluralism as a concept is passe' and
    inimical to a healthy American society and the
    extremist position of the Negro "nationalists'" is
    an emerging recognition that the Negroes seek
    to achieve self acceptance as members of a group
    "Torah," a block print by Dorothy Browdy
    Kushner. symbolizes the deep roots in Jew-
    ish tradition which set the theme for activ-
    ities in Jewish Community Centers and YM-
    YWHAs across the United States affiliated
    with and served by the National Jewish
    Welfare Board. The work was included in
    an exhibit of 40 prints on the Old Testament
    and Post-Biblical Jewish Life as part of the
    10th anniversary celebration of the West-
    side Jewish Community Center, Los Ange-
    les, and shown at several Centers and YM-
    YWHAs around the country.
    bound by historic and cultural ties and the re
    spected acceptance of others.
    John Oliver Killens. the Negro novelist, said
    in the New York Times on March 29. 1964 that
    "Negroes are recovering their racial identity,
    their pride in being black, and don't want to
    imitate the white man A Negro artist, if h-
    wishes to remain an artist, must reflect the feel
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    iUBS of liis people. If he docs not. he ceases to
    be ;in artist. Part of an artists job is to reflect
    liis own being, his own people, and his own
    roots."
    This expresses our own conviction that Jews,
    to develop their future, must maintain a sense
    o| continuity with their past. We who are com-
    mitted to this view could easily substitute the
    word Jouish" lor "Negro" in the second sen-
    tence of Kitten's statement.
    The Negro's aspiration for a sense of com-
    munity based on freedom of opportunity and mu-
    tuality of relationships in one with which we can
    have full empathy and which merits our total sup-
    port. Based on our own earlier experience, we can
    also support fully the contention by Killens. that
    . Negro artists who still love their country are
    patriotic enough to tell the truth about this country
    and to criticize conditions."
    No Significant Numbers
    One need not minimize the seriousness oi
    problems which some Centers have faced be-
    cause Of the current struggle to point out that
    it is not the impact of the new conditions, but
    ather how Center boards and staffs react to the
    Jewish dimension of the issue which is decisive
    N'athan Loshak, JWB senior regional consultant
    ,ii the South, examined tins as it affects Centers
    in that part of the country Negroes, he reports,
    have not sought Center membership and services
    in significant numbers. The issue which arises,
    however, when even one Negro seeks admittance,
    is not around the Jewish community's relationship
    with the Negro community, but rather around
    Jewish community-white community relationships.
    In admitting white non-Jews, which they generally
    do quite readily, Southern Centers have never
    backed away from stressing their function as a
    Jewish communal agency. In admitting a Negro
    non-Jew, the Jewish community conflicts directly
    with the mores, power structure and institutions
    of the white community; and it is this which
    motivates deep soul-searching.
    As pointed out by Mr. Loshak. "Fortunately,
    with wisdom, concern and some pain, those South
    ern Centers that have dealt with the issue have
    | concluded wisely and nobly." In this sense, a
    [decision by a Center in the deep South that it
    (shall have a single policy for all non-Jewswhite
    ir blackmakes this a Jewish decision. As one
    (executive director of a Southern city Center said.
    [/The most important issue is not Negro mem-
    bership, but rather the Center's role as a Jew-
    ish institution with Jewish purposes."
    Loshak notes that in contrast to the smaller
    fcities, which are predominant in the South, in the
    metropolitan cities of the North, the Negro often
    Jives near the Center and the absence of service
    ;cncies with similar facilities moves him to
    lurn to the Center for service. This may involve
    Jhe Jewish community in a confrontation with the
    negro community. Here, the issue has complex
    beifl] planning implications. Generally it is ac-
    mmpaniod by an extensive withdrawal of Jewish
    At a military post overseas, the Jewish
    chaplain conducts Yom Kippur services for
    Jewish GIs and their families. Religious
    activities for all members of sorvicemen's
    familiss are an important part of the year-
    round morale and welfare program of the
    National Jewish Welfare Board.
    families from the area. This is the same issue
    which exiled prior to the "Negro Revolution.'"
    and winch has been met in most communities by
    relocation of the Center and its continuance as
    a Jewish agency
    In other instances. Centers have sought to
    preserve their Jewish character while serving
    others. This, too, should be viewed as having a
    basic Jewish motivation. If anything, the current
    iffort should stimulate the Center's and the Jew-
    ish community's awareness of their responsibil-
    ity to move with more than the deliberate haste
    of the past in collaborating in social planning
    v. Inch takes into account the urgent needs of the
    people remaining in the old neighborhood, while
    developing a plan and timetable for removal to
    a more appropriate location, if that is what ii re
    quired.
    Many Successes Reported
    By focusing on the Center's Jewish institu-
    tional concerns its leadershiplay and profes-
    sionalcan be deflected from gearing the Center's
    program realistically to the needs of members
    lor information, clarification, help in dealing with
    attitudes over inter-religious and inter-racial rela-
    tionships among young people.
    Resistance has taken the form, according to
    one staff member of a metropolitan Center, of
    Continued on Page 15-0
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    Outstanding Events of Past Hebrew Year
    Cfhmiaat tr+m P 7-0
    m the Nazi period Roll Hoctahutn s The Dep-
    ot}," as*rted that Pope Pius XII had remained
    silent in rbe face of the monstrous Nazi decima-
    tion of 6.W0.M& European Jevnsh men. women and
    children. The implicit theme of the play ws
    that, had the Pope spoken out in condemnation,
    thousands of Jewish hves misht have been saved
    The play touched off noting in most Euro-
    pean cities but opened for an extended run on
    Broadway with no greater protest than picket-
    ing. Among the defenders of the late Pontiff
    uere many Catholic figures, including some in
    the Vatican, which published a variety of docu-
    ments designed to prove that Pope Pius did all
    he could without risking Nan reprisal- again>t
    Catholics. The debate appeared certain to con-
    tinue and to stir profound emotions among both
    Catholics and Jew-
    fin the American scene, there was an extra
    ordinary' upsurge of concern for the future ol
    American Jewry. Jewry so blessed with free-
    dom and opportunity as to seem to preclude any
    pe-siml-m. But it wa- ju-t this freedom, it ap-
    peared, which contained a threat equally with-
    out parallel in Jewish history: Could Jews, long
    trained to 'urvive in adversity, survive in Amer-
    ica- unprecedentedly open society'
    Fertility a Problem
    Data on mixed marriagesadmittedly hap
    hazard and incompletesuggested that American
    Jews were using their unmatched access to the
    general .-ociety not only to mingle with non-Jews
    but also to marry them. Data on American Jew-
    ih fertility suggested that Jews were not repro-
    ducing themselves as a group. Putting the two
    presumed facts together, pessimists wondered
    whether this American Jewry was not likely to
    be. if not the last, at least the next to the last
    is Jewish history. That Jews should be concern-
    ed was understandable; what was unique wu a
    similar expression of concern by non-Jews, in
    the form of an article in Look magazine, discuss-
    ing the data on mixed marriages and declining
    Jfi-h fertility. The article, apparently the first
    on such a subject in a mass-circulation magazine
    in the United States, was written from an unmis-
    takable stance of concern that a valuable national
    asset might be lost to the American society if
    the fears proved to be factual.
    Another major American development was
    the struggle over the Supreme Court ban on sec-
    tarian Christian practices in the public schools
    The organized Jewish positionresoundingly sus-
    tained in the Supreme Court rulingsha-- been
    that such practices breach the wall of church-
    state separation, expose children of minority
    groups to undesirable pressures and seek to shift
    the responsibility of religious education from the
    At the recent dedication ceremonies : the
    monument erected on the site where 6".'. ~.00
    Polish Jews were exterminated by (he Ma-
    zis in the Treblinica Concentration C i -.?,
    James P. Rice (right;, executive direct of
    United Hias Service, end Gaynor Jacc
    director of European and North Africcr Op-
    erations of the worldwide migrction ac? .:y,
    were among the representatives of Je>.sh
    organizations present. The Treblink: -.?-
    mortal consists of a large central stone .n ith
    a huge engraved menorah. which is ;ur-
    rounded by tombstones bearing the r.cnee
    of cities and villages from which the jo-
    linka victims had been rounded up.
    home and house of worship to the pre- ibly
    ronsectanan public school. Foes of the S me
    Court ban forced the Hou=e Judiciary Corr n ttet
    to consider a series of proposed con-tr iai
    amendments to void the ban. In weeks or -pub-
    lic hearings, a wide variety of Christian i.:rch
    spokesmen, appearing before the committe-. -u.
    tained the Jewish position with such vigor U lo
    make it unlikely that any of the aruen" -:ii-
    would emerge with a committee endorserr ror
    Hou-e approval.
    Ethkoi Vtaita LH
    In another major event. Premier Le> Slh-
    kol made a whirlwind 12-day visit to the United
    States, the first by an Israeli Premier on Mai
    invitation from an American President. With
    one exception, the exchanges between the Prem-
    ier and the i'roident served mainly to <_
    the Johnson AdminiMration's evident det<
    tion to maintain the delicately poised bala -i
    power in the Middle Ea-t within a long-e-'
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    tinuing refusal to sell offensive weapon- Is-
    rael or to >rjn any kind of delensive agr<
    vwth l>rael.
    The exception was a joint announcenit:
    the two countrio would cooperate in a res-earcll
    effort to determine the applicability ol r
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    ridcy. September 4, 1964
    +Jewlsifkril,
    Page 13-D
    ciierjy 'o desalination of water. President-John-
    ;,, >'., forecast the agreement when he offered
    IKt i .ptration in his first appearance as Presi-
    dent I I a Jewish organization affaira dinner
    i American Committee for the Weizmann
    Instil Tne availability of the tremendous
    Vlll, n know-how in the use of nuclear power
    ,,, |. i solve the pressing problems of Israel's
    w.ter shortage* was a generous offer.
    . ne I>raeli activity which presumably was
    considered in the Johnson-Eshkol talks was Is-
    iaii -< Negev irrigation project, which is to
    lap the Jordan River through Lake Tiberias to
    llp Ice the largely barren soil of southern
    |.,.i, ..jiable of cultivation. From the start of
    [lit t.-X' project, the Arab rulers have made loud
    threat* ny noises. After a Cairo "summit con-
    i,ki last January, however, it appeared there
    was no leadership for a coordinated Arab mill-
    larj Now to prevent the project. Talk emerged
    ol i -ling Jordan River tributaries in Arab
    ,iii- to lower the river level and thus deny
    the water to Israel. Irrigation engineering ex-
    perts pressed doubts that the Arabs could or
    \voul< spend the enormous sums needed tor such
    ;, pr although oil-rich Kuwait said it was
    i contribute millions of the American dol-
    1 ,i- .' i- for its oil to the scheme.
    Tour of Franc*
    weeks after his American visit, Prein-
    ol made an equally triumphal tour ot
    i Israel's most dependable source ot
    v ea|
    J< !i concern with the strugnle of Ameri-
    can .rocs for first-class citizen-hip has been
    ted lor years by support of various phases
    struggle. The past Jewish year witnessed
    diflerent kind of response. The scene was the
    Iden Crown Heights section of Brooklyn.
    Then group of Hassidic Jews, reacting to what
    Ihej nsidered inadequate police protection
    asaim-1 robberies, muggings and killings, organiz-
    perated radio-equipped ear patrols. Ne-
    gro ps reacted with charges that the "Mac-
    i >< alrols were a vigilante effort atnied at
    N'egrot! Subsequently, after police officials ln-
    dieatei here was nothing illegal about the patrols.
    the pn jecl was expanded into a Community
    Patrol, with endorsement by Negro clergymen
    and \ Negroes helping to man the cars on the
    Sabbs'.r, when the Hassidic Jews rested.
    !. .lions between the Jews of Israel and the
    pern ins of West Germany have had several
    lUianct Miice the restoration of the Jewish State
    \ D' ne was added during the Jewish year, one
    ol \>r. -:i anger over the activities of West Ger
    man scientists in Egypt, particularly in the de-
    velops ent of big rockets. There was little com-
    fort for the Israelis in the insistence of West Ger-
    man <';:icialsand the scientists themselvesthat
    no work was being done on atmoic. bacteriological
    or chemical weapons, nor in the opinion ol most
    experts that the Egyptians were far from pos-
    Top leaders ot the nationwide United Jew-
    ish Appeal greet Israel Prime Minister Levi
    Eshkol and his wife at a dinner given in
    their honor by the UJA Campaign Cabinet
    at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York
    during the Prime Minister's official visit to
    the United States last June. Left to right
    are Max M. Fisher, of Detroit, UJA associ-
    ate general chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Eshkol;
    and Joseph Meyerhoff. of Baltimore, gen-
    eral chairman.
    >ession of the kind of guidance systems needed
    to deliver warheads by rockets. The Israelis
    wanted the weapons-building stopped and they
    wanted the West German Government to do the
    stopping. What particularly infuriated Israel was
    the evasiveness of Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's
    Government about enacting the necessary legis-
    lation. Israel's Knesset voted unanimously for a
    resolution demanding that the West German Gov-
    ernment halt the criminal activities" of its na-
    tionals in Egypt but the possibilities of early ac-
    tion seemed dim.
    Relations With EEC
    In another area of European relations. Israel
    signed this year a trade pact with the European
    Economic Community which fell far short of Is-
    raeli hope-. Those hopes, at their most optimis-
    tic, were lor an associate membership for maxi-
    mum protection for Israel's hundreds of exports-
    to the booming six-nation European Common
    Market. What Israel got was some limited tariff
    concessions on some two dozen products which
    did not Include its vital and lucrative citrus ex-
    ports. The pact did include a joint review com-
    mittee to deal with any Israel complaints and a
    pledge that the EEC would do its best to protect
    Israel's citrus sales from European competitors.
    The Israelis suggested that they would try again
    fur a better pact when the time was suitable but
    meanwhile they buckled down to the task of get-
    ting maximum results from what they actually
    received. *% >tt
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    ish Year that was.
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    ?ace 14-D
    +Je1st> Hcridiar
    Friday. September 4,
    1964
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    Liquor Stores
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    tstabliihei 1935
    22 STORES SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
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    Miami Beach
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    TO ALL
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    KENNY and ARTHUR
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    JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE
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    STORAGE PACKING
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    SINCE 1919
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    Sole iron Schechter and the Seminary
    Continued from Pag* 9 D
    il Judaism: Th. changes thai bad to be matte
    to ensure the continued primacy ol Jewish Lav*
    a- the main-spring ol modern .k-u^h litemu-t
    take place uithin the halachic framework. There
    ct.ultl be no question <:! abrojatins biblical law
    Moreover change* must be motivated not by ex-
    pediency masquerading as a love of progress,
    hut by the need to restore the inner vitality which
    uas characteristic ol Judaism in its creative per-
    iods Thus Conservatism, by making adaptations
    to chaninn social and environmental needs,
    would he perpetaatin_ the -pint of traditional
    Judaism.
    Henceforth, a middle around between radical
    reformers and the unbending orthodox elements
    would be held by a body which stood lor mod-
    erate and orderly progress m religious matters
    With prophetic insight. Schechter had forseen the
    nliiyous needs of American Jewry The I'nited
    Synagogue of America was founded, under hi-
    leadership, in 1913. The fact that in tifty years
    the movement has grown from the original 20
    member synagogues to -on:-. 8'hi congregations
    representing about one million and a half Jews
    throughout the United States and Canada serves
    to underline the clarity of his vision
    Pressures of Patronage
    Throughout hi= life Solomon Schechter strove
    to bring peace to the community using hi- ion
    sidernble influence to effect reconciliation and
    unity Lite is too short lor lends." he urged
    "The task before us 1- so great and so manifold
    that we must save all our strength for work ol
    a positive nature An ardent, warmhearted,
    magnetic personality, he evoked strong Feelings
    strong affections, and his wide circle of friends
    included those from the "opposing camps." from
    every strata of the community, and from outside
    Staunchly he remained impervious to the pres
    sures ol politics and patronage, never hesitating
    to take is.-ue when the basic tenets ol Judaism
    were at stake. He vigorously espoused the Zion-
    ist movement and in 1905, at a time when Zi
    ism was anathema to many leading patrons ol
    the Seminary, he delivered his tamo:, statement
    on Zionism. No less a p.-rson than Jacob Schifl
    saw fit to disassociate himself from Schechter's
    Zionist affiliation. Undaunted by strong criticism.
    Schechter continued to stand bis ground, and it
    is due to his influence that the Conservative pul-
    pit became dedicated to the promulgation of the
    Zionist ideal and thus brought powerful backing
    to the Zionist movement.
    It 1- singularly appropriate that he was him-
    self exposed to and influenced by different cul-
    tural and environmental influences Solomon
    Schechter was born in 1848 in Pocsani, Rumania.
    to p: idle parent- His remarkal iniel
    lectual power- were already conspii
    child m chedar In the yeshivot of
    land, he acquired his extensive km
    talmudic and rabbinic literature He
    to the rabbinical schools of Vienna and b
    continuing simultaneously his secular .1 .,-.. n '
    the universities His extraordinary intellectual
    era, that razor-sharp mind and ready n Wn.
    him early distinction, and this reputation Draught
    him. whilst still in his thirties, the call to if,,,
    1 ositioti of Reader of Kabbinics at Cambridge H
    in fact only 65 when he died, leaving a r,.
    markable record of accomplishments and ai hieve.
    mints completed in this brief life spun
    Profound Mystical Sid*
    of Solomon Schechter a
    \ SO years after his passing, those tortunat*
    enough to have experienced the pretend the
    in, cannot -peak of him without 1 tion
    His kindne.-s and generosity were boundless De
    -i hi- constant activities, he found tin
    interest himself in the personal problem- unc
    each of his students. But beyond the
    vast learning, the geniality, the ready wit, there
    ind mystical side to Solomon Schech-
    per-onality A former student who was
    nt when his master led the Neilah Si
    on the I)a\ ol Atonement still recalls witl
    the atmosphere oi exaltation and spiritual com-
    munion thai surrounded the scholar on that
    Visitors to the Jewish Theological Sen
    American frequently say that they are con
    - ol the -pirit of Schechter pervading the
    This feeling 1- strongest in the
    preal librarj where eye* are instantly draw
    ling portrait with its wise and benel
    Yet there 1- hardly an aspect of dynamic
    Jewish community life flourishing in America to
    day that is untouched by his spirit
    Symbolism of the Sho far
    Continued from Page 5-D
    Officianl These were weapons he needed to
    strengthen him in his struggle with the Satan
    Many of the great Chassidic rabbis act*
    "Baale Tekioth" and used the Shofar to storm the
    Judgment Room and to intercede before the Heav-
    enly Tribunal. Many delivered stirring discourses
    before the sounding oi the Shofar. and greal
    was taken to have the right "Kavanoth" (inten-
    tions 1. The Chassidim believe that the Shofar 1-
    sounded as a signal and a reminder to "put ij
    causeless hatred and to stir up love, unity and
    peace "
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    1
    Friday. September 4. 1964
    *. kwlsti fhrkNan
    Page 1SD
    Center Worker and Negro 'Revolution'
    Continoed from Page I I'D
    and silence or of a sullen statement, "We
    an awaj from all thatwe don't want to hear
    jbout it.- Attendance by Negro boys at a teen
    ,. [unction open to non-members evoked "vio-
    lent" telephone calls from parents. When the
    ;,,:i called this reaction to the attention of the
    ,oard the leaders reaffirmed existing policies
    huh open membership to all providing they un-
    lerstand and accept the sectarian purposes of the
    , ency and that programs open to non-members
    ,,,, indeed open to all. regardless of race. That
    I he board acted soundly need not be questioned.
    Hut the anxieties of the parents remained, prob-
    ably extending far beyond the people who called.
    The fact that several workers reported in one
    way or another that "members do not talk about
    ii indicates the need for us to re-examine our
    practice in helping people to assess the factors
    which block our members not only from re-exami-
    nation of their fears but from involving them-
    selves in supportive activities.
    Outstanding Program
    The recent program of activities of the Ber-
    nard Norwich Center of the Chicago Jewish Com-
    munity Centers is representative: (1) An adult
    institute on "The Jewish Community and the Ne-
    gro Revolution"; (2) A young adult institute in
    which one of the three major topics was on the
    relationship of Negro to Jew; (3) A teen age
    drama group program of a series of plays by
    S'egroes; (4) Approval of board of directors for
    Center members, 8-12 years of age, to take part
    in an inter-cultural, inter-racial camp program;
    (5) Adult and young adult discussions aimed at
    candid expressions of anxieties and biases, using
    the ADL film, "Epitaph for Jim Crow;" (6) Trips
    by a "Friendship Corps" of 12 and 13 year old
    members to Chinese, Negro and other settlement
    houses; (7) A teen-age "Share the Warmth" pro-
    gram to collect food and clothing for distribution
    through a Negro settlement house. Children from
    this settlement came to the Center to meet with
    the teen-agers and to join in cleaning the clothes.
    The Center staff worker involved used "Give With-
    out Offending" as the title of informal discus-
    sions to show the relationship of giving to the
    Jewish tradition.
    Centers, however, are programming to help
    people to a better understanding.
    Guidelines for Our Role
    These experiences and others indicate the
    great readiness of Centers to be helpful, but also
    identify the need for greater clarity of goals and
    creativeness of method. What is suggested is a
    tooling up through research, demonstration pro-
    jects and in-service training, so that we have a
    clearer definition of the tools and the appropriate
    Shofar sounds to summon Jewish service-
    men to the observance of the New Year.
    Around the world, this scene will be re-
    peated wherever U.S. troops are on duty.
    Jewish chaplains, recruited, endorsed and
    served by the National Jewish Welfare
    Board, will call their Army. Navy and Air
    Force congregations to prayer to celebrate
    the most Holy Days on the Jewish calendar.
    methods. What de we want our members to ex-
    perience in regard to racial prejudice and social
    issues? What methods will aid us in our inter-
    vention between the feelings of our members
    and soundly conceived goals? These are ques-
    tions to be answered by JWB, NAJCW and the
    individual Centers and practitioners.
    In considering the guidelines for the role of
    the Center and the Center worker in the "Negro
    Revolution," it is proposed that these should be;
    (a) A constant awareness that the perspective
    for our action must be the knowledge that the
    conditions for which the Negro community seeks
    redress are basic flaws in American society which
    affect a growing segment of the white as well
    as Negro population and imperils our entire so-
    ciety; (b) our sectarian position as a Jewish com-
    munal agency can and must be strengthened rath-
    er than diluted by our participation, providing
    our actions are in defined Jewish terms; (c) we
    must tool up our knowledge and skills in order
    to identify our goals and apply the most helpful
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    Best Wishes for the Holiday Season
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    Best Wishes for a
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
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    Section E
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    *Jewisti fkwidicMi
    Page 3-E
    Major Jewish Prcblems During 5724
    Ey CHARLES E. SHULMAN
    HE \. Year '"2a inherits mapy of the Jew-
    I problems and concerns of the past year.
    these are the position of the Jews
    Union, the tensions in the Middle
    deliberations of the Ecumenical Court-
    proposed schema designed to relieve the
    ople of the blame for the death of Jesus
    ,, ,,.- endemic problem of Jewish education and
    culture in the I'nited States to match American
    v. alth and affluence.
    I Jewry'! difficulties grow greater with the
    attacks on Jewish life and culture car-
    :lh the knowledge and approval of the
    , i i Protests Irom Jews and Christians
    have thus far proved unavailing. Only
    recent I) anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union reach
    ,.,l incendiary proportions with the Ukrainian
    ition f a book. "Judaism Without Embel-
    lishment," which was so vile in its Strcicher-like
    nip,' of the Jews that the Russian Govern-
    iiHiii felt compelled to disavow it.
    i'.ut the repression of the three million Jews
    ii i Russia continues unabated. An eighteen
    program was drawn up by a Conference of
    v mean Jews which met in Washington to pro-
    Ihe denial to Soviet Jews of their basic in-
    ons and facilities granted to other religions
    and nationalities in Russia. But thus far there
    en little success in implementing this pro-
    gram The coming year will increasingly chal-
    lengi the American Jewish community to more
    positive action to prevent the spiritual death of
    iIn great Jewish community remaining in Rus-
    >ia
    Problems of Defense
    In Israel the problem of defense remains
    paramount in the face of continued Arab hostil-
    tj anil threats of war. The presence of Ger-
    man scientists in Egypt supervising the manu-
    (acture of rockets ostensibly designed for the de-
    -truction oi Israel has not lessened the perturba-
    lion -if the Israelis. It has. in fact, given them
    I thoughts about establishing diplomatic
    nlations with the Bonn Government.
    The State visit of Prime Minister E>hkol to
    ica, while occurring in a cordial and friend-
    no~phere, left unanswered many of Israel's
    el greater American help in countering the
    ous Egyptian arms buildup of Soviet Rus-
    More important than the results of the visit
    the visit itself. It was the first time in the
    sixteen year history of the Jewish State that its
    Prime Minister was officially invited by the Pres-
    ident of the United States to be a guest of the
    American Government.
    The fact that the State Department finally saw
    fit to reprimand the Arab ambassadors for their
    Initiating B'nai B'rith Women's "Visit for
    Rights" campaign to hasten passage of the
    Civil Rights Act during the outgoing He-
    brew Year 5724 was Mrs. Leonard M. Sims,
    of Detroit, president of the national organi-
    zation. She is shown with Sen. Philip A.
    Hart, of Michigan.
    breach of diplomatic propriety in connection with
    the Eshkol visit has not obviated the problem
    of dealing with Arab propaganda in America. The
    case of the Jordan mural still remains as a vicious
    attack on Jewish integrity at the World's Fair
    in New York
    Bridge to Diaspora
    Other problems relating to the State of Israel
    still await solution as the New Year dawns.
    Stronger bridges are needed between Israel and
    the Diaspora. The loosened Zionist structure in
    America and abroad calls for some means of or-
    ganized maximum loyalty and interest of world
    Jewry in the development of the State of Israel.
    In addition to fund raising which is essential
    there is the necessity for closer personal ties
    among American Jews with the life of their broth-
    ers in Israel. This can only result from fuller
    consciousness achieved through more intensive
    Continued on Page 13-E
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    NEW YEAR
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    all mankind, for a happy life and peace. AMEN.
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    of the most enduring, disciplines of
    life.
    alas, it is a discipline infinitely more
    .', than honored. Many bland and hilari-
    tor MM of kashruth observance here have
    e making of this ignorance. But odd-
    the votive and unswerving observers
    -h dietary disciplines nor the emanci-
    tors thereof have made the faintest
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    regulations which instruct the prohilu-
    I mixing milk and meat form and con
    , rfeel epitome of ancient Judaism's
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    wing of the dietary disciplines works
    uperlative tribute to the very ingenuity
    n itself and. further, to thi- special
    the .lews managed to sculpt out of the
    express their appreciation of the won-
    h sanctity of lifeand of then- ex-
    Tence of lifelessness.
    Death and Impunity
    Jewish reverence of life as clearly
    . l have represented it? "Choose life,
    ,i\ <->t live, thou and thy seed." we
    I in Deut., Chapter 30. verse 19. Psalm
    - us l" "bless the Lord Who re
    life from the pit." Job observes, "All
    .'. hath will he give for his life" (2.4).
    \: I e-iastes, the wise old adventurer whose
    tvnici anages to exude a nursery freshness,
    made end-all distinction between life and
    his disturbing, "A living dog is better
    than a dead lion" (9.4). In Leviticus we find
    what --ibly the most forbidding caution of
    all: ":. shalt not let thy seed spill to the
    grow'
    U ifc< Jewish abhorrence of death as unmis-
    fakabU I I assert it is? Verse I, Chapter 21, of
    Leviticus, enjoins the priest against defiling him-
    M his immediate kin). Numbers 19.11 says. "He
    th;it i< :"th the dead, even any man"s dead boy.
    -hall be i.rclean seven days."
    Tv. verses further we read. "Whosoever
    touchett tne dead, and purifieth not himselfhe
    hath defiled the tabernacle of the Lordthat soul
    shall be I at off from Israel." A contemporary
    scholai .. Is, "Contact with the dead is not re-
    quired fi: defilementmere presence under the
    same rod is sufficient." The conclusion, then,
    i- plaii contact with a corpse with death IS
    tin- pr : source of ritual impurity.
    Sanctification of Life
    I : c veneration of life could express it-
    scll ir any creatively pious ways, but in none
    could it be given greater and more sweeping
    sanctification than in the depth and the vastness
    Israeli President Zalman Shazar (right) pre-
    sents a check for S1C000 to Philip M. Klutz-
    nick, of Chicago, national campaign chair-
    man of the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial
    Foundation and former UN Ambassador,
    while Foreign Minister Golda Mair looks on.
    The gift, made in Jerusalem, represents anti-
    cipated proceeds from a commemorative
    slamp hailing Eleanor Roosevelt as "de-
    fender of human rights" which Israel issued
    during 5724 on the 80th anniversary of her
    birth.
    of the gull that could be dug between life and
    lifelessness. To call life sublime and death a
    defilement is to show the Giver of life the ulti-
    mate appreciation for His Gift.
    And yet death was a face of life, flowing from
    it. Life dissolved m death, and man learned to
    bow his head, murmuring, "The Lord giveth, the
    Lord taketh away; blessed be the Name of the
    Lord." At death, the beneficiences life had
    yielded ceased, yet death itself brought bequests.
    For the Israelites the sanctification of life ap-
    plied to all living things, including the animal
    sources of food.
    Cattle, in life, yield up milk; the array of
    'dairy products is the cow's gift to man while it
    is yet alive. In death, it yields up meat.
    To mix milk and meat, then, would be to
    mix life and deathto sanctify the glory of life
    with the abomination of death. It was unthink
    able.
    All riyht. thenno mixing. But why a half-
    day's wait after meat consumption before milk
    was permitted? And why only fraction of time
    for the reverse''
    Here it becomes a solidly pragmatic mat-
    ter. The cow had lived before it had died; there
    fore the food-yield of its life came before that
    of its death. The logic is based on a kind of
    chronology of the law of life. It is a discipline al-
    most cosmic in its sensitivity. Test it as you may.
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    Friday. September 4, 1964
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    Page 7-E
    Year 5724 -for lb Jews of England
    By S. J. GOLDSMITH
    ONDON This was a lively year, full of con-
    flic! and argument, Anglo-Jews enter the year
    25 slightly breathless. They are not used t
    gucj, comings iind goings, being normally a well-
    behaved and rather placid community, with no
    pathfinders and innovators to speak of.
    The dominating event of the year was, of
    course, the religious conflict. It is not over yet,
    and we shall hear of it some more in the coming
    vear I have already written a great deal about
    it ,iikI I ;:m in grave danger of becoming an au-
    thority on the subject. But I feel I ought to
    <;,\ .1 word or two on it once more in this sur-
    vej The non-Jewish public and pressand this
    includes radio and television, of coursehave tak-
    en a great deal of interest in the conflict and
    written and spoken a great deal of nonsense
    about it
    And some have gone to the length of send-
    ing photographers disguised as worshippers to a
    gegue, to 'snap-' a rabbi praying in his Talit.
    All this has helped to spread the confusion, which
    was there from the very beginning. For, Anglo-
    i, are nol equipped for a Kulturkampf.
    No Parallel
    ame the Goyim to tell them that there was
    9 parallel between the Brodie-Jacobs argument
    and the Bishop of Woolwich incident. Actually,
    tlure is no parallel at all. The Right Reverend.
    The Bishop Of Woolwich. Dr. John Robinson, says
    that the time has come to revise the image of
    God God is in us. he says, and not an outside
    deitj Dr Jacobs says nothing of the sort. He
    accept; that there is a God, and that the Torah
    i- divinely inspired, but does not accept the literal
    interpretation of the Bible and the dogma that
    the Torah is dictated from Heaven, and not only
    in-piicd from Heaven.
    Dr, Brodie, on the other hand, says that' he
    who 'ices not accept all the articles of our faith
    - nol accept our faith as given to us from
    Heaven, and cannot count himself an orthodox
    Jew. Thus, he refused to issue Dr. Louis Jacobs
    ,. certificate without which no one can be a rabbi
    in ;i United Synagogue house of prayer.
    Now. this argument is as old as the hills, or
    shall we say Mount Sinai. Anglo-Jews would have
    liked to leave it to other Jews to argue it out,
    American Jews, say, or Israeli Jews. But there
    is the administrative aspect of the conflict, which
    has turned it into a communal rumpus. Care-
    taker wardens now run the famous New West End
    synagogue in London, while most of its members
    have established an independent Orthodox syna-
    gogue with Dr. Louis Jacobs as its minister and
    preacher. For, the United Synagogue, under the
    presidency of Sir Isaac Wolfson, has ousted the
    elected wardens and put in its own caretakers,
    who attend to everything. Nothing like it has
    ever happened here before.
    Theological-Property Argument
    Most Anglo-Jews accept the position of their
    Chief RabbiDr. Brodie is also very popular ad
    personnawithout hesitation. But very few ac-
    cept the stand taken by the Council of the United
    Synagogue. All right, people say, if they don't
    accept the verdict of the Chief Rabbi they must
    leave the United Synagogue, which is an Ortho-
    dox group but there is no reason why they should
    be deprived of their building which belongs to
    the parent body only by virtue of an archaic law.
    designed lor other contingencies. And so the
    seesaw argument goes onon the theological
    level as well as the property level.
    Another rumpus which has agitated Anglo-
    Jews this passing year was the one about a con-
    ference that never was. Let me explain. The
    Chief Rabbi, Dr. Israel Brodie. tried to summon
    a conference to discuss the predicament of Sov-
    iet Jews. The original idea, as stated by his ot-
    lice. was a conference without any specific agenda
    just a conference. When this information
    reached the Board of Deputies, they pressed the
    Chief Rabbi to call of the conference. This cam-
    paign was conducted in two stagesthe Board
    are always doing splendidly on such occasions
    and it ended in complete victory for the Board.
    First they persuaded the Chief Rabbi to con-
    line his conference to Matzot only, and then they
    persuaded him to postpone it. after invitations
    had already been sent out.
    A Political Issue
    The Chief Rabbi is far from being soft when
    it comes To his own sphere of influence and activ-
    ity. This is pretty clear from his handling of the
    Jacobs issue. But here was a political issue, and
    he did nol Hunk he ought to fight it out. If they
    don't want it, let there be no conference. It is
    open to doubt whether the conference would have
    had the slightest effect on the situation. We have
    not seen any changes yet as a result of the Amer-
    ican conference on Soviet Jews.
    British Jews have no influence even at home.
    This is not a country of minorities, whether
    Jews or Catholics or any other minorities. It is
    a free country, but it is governed by the major-
    ity, and the electorial influence of the minority
    groups is very near nill. So there was no loss
    to anybody as a result of the conference not hav-
    ing taken place. But the anxiety of the Board of
    Deputies about its amour-propre (though no one
    challenges it) made many wince. And relief for
    Russian Jews will have to come from eelsewhere.
    This was a year of elections. On the Jew
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    than trebled liate l*8.
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    te inve-tment. In thi rezar! I am happy
    to say that I-rae! today enjoys the confiden
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    aent housing units in Arad.
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    services to the Arab villages in the area
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    Immigration
    s .,. led NcgCT and Galilee will provide that
    |v,l consolidating link for our development to-
    . eoon0mic independence. Continued develop.
    I ont will serve to maintain and increase our
    l,v\ absorptive capacity both for new im-
    Ljgrants and for our natural population growth.
    Ibv 1970 there will be three million Jews in Israel.
    L-hJS ', .,. is based on natural increase and on
    anticipated immigration in the six years ahead.
    \i.;b neighbors claim to fear that Is-
    , development will lead us t:> expand our
    l;,.,, has not been the path of our de-
    We are flowing not by territorial ex-
    Ipansion bul by making two blades of grass grow
    Lheru "' -l [taller The major thrust of our development now
    [aml [or the future lies in industry. Industry re-
    [quire* not area but skill; not expanse, but deep
    Iroots in science and technology.
    In this new era we must spare no effort to
    complete lhe full absorption into our economic.
    s0Cial, cultural and educational life of all those
    |who have already come. And we must prepare
    [,or a|| : se who are yet to come, perhaps even
    [,,, lands which are still barred from access
    ltd jev ih lite.
    Water
    In this era of con.solidation we shall also draw
    Opening of a road linking the Negev devel-
    opment town of Arad with S'dom on the
    Dead Sea was hailed as a major victory in
    Israel's battle to roll back the desert. Built
    with the aid of Israel Bonds, the new road
    serves residents of Arad who commute to
    the Dead Sea Potash Works, and is expect-
    ed to be of major importance as a spur to
    the development of industries in the Arad
    area.
    increasingly upon our well of intellectual re-
    sources. More and more we shall rely upon the
    talents of our scientists and our academicians to
    provide the answers to the development problems
    \\ e face.
    Ours is an age of great scientific advances.
    Man ha* unleashed awesome forces. We in Is-
    rael must make every effort to harvest the posi-
    tive fruits of this atomic age. The pace of Is-
    rael's future development is very much linked to
    our ability to successfully exploit cheap nuclear
    energy as a power source for industry and for
    the desalination of water.
    Water has been in the center of the stage
    recently. For years we have been planning our
    national water project and have already invested
    about a hundred million dollars in it.
    Regardless of Arab propaganda, the world has
    recognized the legality and morality of our pro-
    ject. In remaining within the allocation of the
    plan negotiated on a technical level in 1955 with the
    Arab States and with Israel, our position is fully
    within international law.
    Imaginative Suggestion
    When the project is fully implemented, it
    will replenish the depleted water resources in
    the coastal plain. Some of the water will ulti-
    mately reach the Negev. enabling settlement in
    its northern part.
    But for Israel to become a developed econ-
    omy, agricultural and industrial, we shall require
    great additional quantities of water.
    That is why we warmly welcomed President
    Johnsons imaginative suggestion for cooperation
    in the field of desalination between our two coun-
    tries. In my meetings in Washington, the ways
    to implement this idea were discussed.
    Our scientists have already devoted much
    time and effort to desalination projects. We are
    making intensive efforts in this field and have
    a number of projects already in operation
    With the great growth in the world's popula-
    tion, the question of water does and may effect
    the basic question of mankind's physical exist-
    ence. Israel can, I hope, become a pilot plant
    for the arid zone* of this region. Whatever we
    achieve, will of course be made available to our
    neighbors and to all who wish to avail themselves
    of this.
    Education
    We strive, in this area, to raise the education-
    al and cultural level of all our citizens. A great
    gap exists between those of our people who have
    come to us from enlightened nations, and those
    of our people whose roots are in backward lands.
    This gap holds the seeds of a social cleav-
    ageof the danger of two Israels. We are deter-
    mined to close the gap. and as rapidly as pos-
    sible.
    We have initiated a vast new program of adult
    education. But primarily what we must do. is
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    fa>hKn. could transform the 'ace of our re.
    There is. though, the 2Ummering of a .-
    pin' in the world Perhap- *e live ;.-. a new
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    Work! attention _s focused cr. the ; -;
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    Septerr.
    ~er 4. 1964
    *Jenist) fhridUam
    Page 11-E
    The Wisdom cf Jewish Dietary Laws
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    Continued from Page 5-E
    , r.v Stands "P F'rst. eat the food pro
    elded in life; then, after a decent, formal
    the food made possible by death. After
    lion <>l meat, however, a Ions pause be
    ing the products of life,
    t about fishwhy is it pane? Because
    i. ug no "double" contribution. The fish
    food only after its life has been taken.
    ,,t about egg? Why is it parve and not
    was given In life?
    supposition here is that the egg-for-eon-
    , represents a blurring of life and death
    oortion Of the life within it to make it
    consumption. For the slain chicken is
    g" (meat)like the slaughtered cattle.
    same reasoninga "single" yieldwould
    .1 edibles that grow on trees, bushes, or
    parve.
    Too Sanctified for Hygiene
    child 1 was taught and conditioned to
    i the laws against mingling meat and
    lucts, and I did so with a child's earnest
    h,.- .vent on with my scrupulous observance
    | iood, bul as a voluntary observer sensing
    cogenc) in the regulations. There must,
    f( t, sound and dissectible reason for them:
    l cenied too explicit for superstitution and too
    kanctified for hygiene. This special prohibition
    h.ul to be more than whim and deeper than some
    tind 01 perpetuated accident of obscure tradition;
    pi hut'. (> do with some profound element of life.
    What I have set forth here may. of course.
    lit !). the answer at all to this millenial puzzle.
    dc i.ope, however, that the reader will find
    [it pos iblc to accept the speculation.
    There is, of course, a good deal more to the
    [full observance of kashruth than the proper sep-
    kratiOO of milk and meat. But this restriction
    the only one of the kashruth regulations that
    i' clearly and expressly stipulated in the
    roral.
    Kashruth as Conditioner
    One note remains now to be sounded: the
    kignificance of kashruth. To many Jews in our
    Ha) the discipline of kashruth observance is an
    antique, it not atavistic, system They feel there
    .ii, i longer any needs that it fills and that.
    [at many points, it is quite "unkeepable" in the
    [complex of contemporary conditions. In the sim-
    [pie, monolithic life of the ghetto, the non-observ-
    Ici might argue, the Jew would have had to make
    l.-.n effort to violate kashruth; today, circumstances
    are in roughshod conflict with kashruth observ-
    ance. Besides, it might be added as a clinching
    argument, hadn't modern hygiene administered
    | the coup de grace to kashruth?
    A rebutttai is, of course, no part of this pres-
    Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky, national presi-
    dent of Hadassah (left), meets with Mayor
    Robert M. Wagner of New York during out-
    going Hebrew Year 5724 to announce that
    Hadassah has established a Youth Aliyah
    scholarship in memory of his late wife,
    Susan Edwards Wagner. Accompanying
    her is Mrs. Max M. Meth. national lund-
    laising chairman for Youth Aliyah as May-
    or Wagner receives the scholarship certifi-
    cate.
    entatipn; it will have to be left for another time.
    It need only be said that, whatever kashruth
    was before the Torah was bestowed on us, that
    holy code gave kashruth a keenly spiritual raison
    d'etre. The conscientious practice and observ-
    ance of kashruth fulfilled Torah purposeto make
    us a people consecrated to holiness, a people
    apart, distinguished from all others by "outward
    rites which in themselves helped constitute holi-
    ness."'
    Tie daily diet intimately affecting man's
    whole being, the laws of kashruth served as that
    outward consecration'' expressing an inner
    sanctity, and thus it infused the infant nation
    with an awareness of its mission in historyto
    be a nation of priests. Kashruth served as a
    conditioner," preparing the Israelites to dedi-
    cate themselves to the ways God through
    Moseswas to teach them, as individuals and
    as a nation.
    From the time of the earliest dispersion un-
    til the mid nineteenth century (or from Babylon
    to the mass immigrations to America1 kashruth.
    for the individual Jew, was an intimate ritual
    of beauty, delicacy, meaning, and joyous commit-
    Continoed on Pag* 12-E
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    Cow Unwed rrvm Pa$ 7-E
    uh le-.: -* had election- It rie Board of
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    being well over two ecu-
    oldthe Board of Deputies u the generally-
    i^'pted -de representative body of Anglo-Jewry
    ~. .^t by tbe Government and So-
    Jeij
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    ibout ten per eeffl ^mza
    and the
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    nece ~>me of them are eitri
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    thele
    to ap-
    .
    1 .-.- elections on t
    u
    \. not tab
    Yea: .. eiection-
    *e c: -.-. .- ten Ir. r.
    re a "J
    Even in the boro.. n the
    '.-'-'n and Whitechap-
    el the are in a minority. An analysis ol
    th* i.iure, shows that the Jews do not vote as
    a Erojp Their votes are divided between the
    three contestants the Conservatives or Tories.
    the Labor Party, and the Liberals. Perhaps there
    is a slight tendency among Jews to vote Liberal
    But this is a minor deviation from the general
    pattern All three parties had Jewish candidates:
    all three are. of course, free of racial or religious
    biaa: political parties.
    Jwi*h M*yon AbeuArf
    There are this time a number of Jewi-h may
    ors in Greater London and other cite> and town;,
    but this is not new or surprising. We had here
    a Jewish lord mayor in the middle of the nine
    tcenth century
    Not one Nazi Or Fascist was elected any-
    where in the United Kingdom during the 1964
    local elections This does not mean, of course,
    that there are no anti-Semites in local govern-
    ment There are. of course, and they are fairly
    evenly divided between the three great partie-
    of the state.
    The year under review has seen a change of
    president in the Anglo-Jewish As>ociation. The
    place of the ineffective, narrow-mindedly isola-
    tionist and 'Victorian" Robert Carvalho was tak
    en by Maurice Edelman. a Labor Member of Par-
    liament, a successful novelist and journalist, a
    Ler :z righl are Boa O-zzz Rial A
    Lep.-y Ralph Fr.edrr.rr. chairs
    Executive Board of Amer.ccn Jew. Cony
    mittee; 2nd Abraham Monk, du-e--
    AIC Lat.r. American Division, cha::.: c at a
    recep:.--.-. cu.-.:.g 5724 for the A:::
    congressmen visiting the United S::r~s wi-
    der the auspices of the U.S. Stcte C- per
    ment. which arranged for the group :: rr.eei
    AJCorrimittee leaders.
    man of wide horizons and wide symparh-- H
    ha- changed the image of this venerab.e Anglo-
    Jewish in?titution They put now the stre>s upon
    social service, work for Israel, educatior. rather]
    than "Ac-io-Jev. lshness" and irrelevant c ..>:om>
    Jewish Dietary Laws
    Continued from Page 11-E
    ment; more, it served as a fine badge 01 Jcaisb
    identification and spiritual alertnes-
    Dr J. H. Hertz, the late Chief Rabb; A m
    Brit:-h Empire, has said that 'the dietary In
    have proved an important factor in the preservi
    tion of the Jewish race in the past and are. m
    more than one respect, an irreplaceable a.'ency
    for maintaining Jewish identity in the present"
    Indeed, in this day of disintegrating :-r
    practice and di>>olving Jewish identity, kashrutn
    can have greater value than ever. For In ever}
    meal we eat. ue ratify an agreement with God
    It i- thi~ writer"- leeling that the time :- ntlj
    here for a reexammation of the entire matl
    kashruth observance, with a view to discovering
    how we can give it commumty-wide resuscitation
    and thus recapture the sacred and uibhmi <1i>-
    tlnctivenesi we have all but forfeited
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    Lay. September 4,
    1964
    +Jewistifk>ridiiar.
    Page 13-E
    lajor Jewish Prcblems During 5724
    Continued from Page 3-E
    .., than now prevails generally in
    iora.
    ,ewish world has followed with interest
    era00ns of the Vatican Council, espec-
    , the schema proposing the removal of the
    .,,,,, Jewish responsibility for the death
    ., There was disappointment in Jewish
    , when this proposal was tabled almost a
    tr >0 Now at the turn of our New Year, dis-
    L 5 from Rome raise doubt as to whether this
    Lold cause of religious anti-Semitsim will be
    Iminated Horn the Catholic doctrine.
    Xhes suggest that this particular item may
    mcluded in some general statement dealing
    |th non-Christian religions. If this reference is
    Iminated, as seems likely, it may be because or
    . objections of bishops in the Middle East
    Ljous to please Arab sensibilities. A declara-
    bn lacking direct reference to this issue would
    nothing more than another general condemna-
    L of anti-Semitism, and, coming after all the
    Legations that the deicide clause would be re-
    bved from the Catholic dogma, might be worse
    Bn if the idea had never been raised in the
    >t place .-ince it could be mistakenly interpreted
    a kind of negative aflirmation of an oia view.
    This possibility, coupled with the recent re-
    f American State Department documents
    V .: that I'opc Pius XII did not wish to con-
    I, the Nazis for their killing of the Jews be-
    lusc lie would also have had to condemn allied
    Erocities and because of his belief that the Nazi
    lurders were exaggerated, should cause the Jew-
    people to pause and wonder whether all their
    tenement over the Ecumenical Council dclib-
    rations was warranted and whether their sym-
    jt'iy with Catholic opinion about Hochhuths play
    Hie Deputy"' was justified. As Rabbi Leon I.
    Buer, President of the Central Conference of
    [i .in Rabbis stated bluntly, any "obsequious
    ppeal for a statement by the Ecumenical Conn-
    can only be revolting to the Jewish spirit and
    insult to the memory of Jewish martyrdom.
    Lch an act of atonement on the part of the
    hurih is long overdue and should need no spec-
    pleading on our part."
    Survival in the U.S.
    The problem of Jewish survival in the United
    latex was highlighted in the past year by a
    fide !y circulated article in Look Magazine called
    he Vanishing Jew" which dealt in the main
    |ith the subject of intermarriage and its effects
    pon the Jewish future in this country But the
    nplications of the article were very clear. They
    [fleeted on the Jewish family values and the
    laracter of the Jewish commitment prevalent in
    ke American Jewish community. They pointed
    Prof. Nahman Avigad (center), head of the
    Department of Archaeology at the Hebrew
    University of Jerusalem, and Bernard Cher-
    rick (left), executive vice president ol the
    university, are being greeted by Leon Fin-
    ley, chairman of the Greater New York
    American Friends of the Hebrew University.
    Prof. Avigad was a visiting professor at
    Harvard University during the outgoing
    year.
    to the neglect of Jewish education and the lack
    of spiritual discipline in Jewish life. Despite the
    concern caused by intermarriage in our time the
    American Jew is not likely to vanish in the fore-
    seeable future. But on the occasion of the New
    Year when the Jew is asked to consider what it
    means to be a member of an historic faith we
    might well contemplate that the great danger
    which confronts. Jewish life in America today is
    not the possibility that we shall not survive, but
    that our survival may be an empty and meaning-
    less one. To maintain Judaism in a fluid envir-
    onment such as we know today requires greater
    effort on the part of the individual Jew than he
    has thus far been willing to make in preserving
    his cultural values and ideals. In sd'p of the
    fact that America encourages the principle el
    cultural pluralism, this will not automatically
    assure the vitality of the Jewish tradition. The
    competition which Judaism finds in the market
    place of ideas and religions of todayespecially
    in the college environmentputs a great strain
    on Jewish education.
    The late Dr. Maurice Pekarsky. director of
    the Hillel Foundation at the University of Chi-
    Continued on Page 14-E
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    close to a thousand year- ha-
    levelopment in the
    world Again I 1 1 .irr.ber of
    . function
    i for J
    Counting Percentages
    siagk out. becau-e of its special importance,
    he Jewish reverence for learning On top of the
    social pyramid in the shtetl." whence our par
    eats came and where East European Jewry con-
    iti spiritual powerhou-' A not the
    tbe rich man. but the Rabbi, the,
    leaned man The consuming ambition of par-
    Tain their children to become rabbi -
    It *a- customary for wealthy Jewi-h families to
    M a learned .'.oung-man of the Yeshiva a- a
    md for their daughter. Our contemporary
    sociologists, marveling at the exuberance and the
    ;nce of the Jewish intellectual achievement
    :-; and the days past, attribute them to
    the old ghetto custom of marrying brains with
    - thu3 aiding the transmission of high mental
    fr m generation to generation through the
    -ral select
    ..;. they marvel at the extraordi-
    phenomenom of Jewish intellectual attain-
    At the portals Of the modem period, in
    the life of humanity, there stand tour intellectual
    giant-, all Jew- Disraeli, Marx. Freud and B"a-
    'her 'hey have revolutionized the life and
    thought of humanity
    Jews account for an infinitesimal part
    ; per cent of the total number of human beings
    in the world. Their percentage of all Nobel prize
    winner-, admittedly the intellectual leaders of
    humanity, amount to ll per cent In the United
    Mates, high school sophomore- un try for col-
    lege scholarships on the basis of competitive e.v
    aminations. Jews account for 3 per cent of the
    total population of the United States. Their per
    centage of all scholarship winner- is well over
    ent.
    The percentage of Jewish -tudent- in the col
    eges and the universities of thi- country 1- three
    times a- high a> the,average American.
    All these figure- point to a high respect tor
    learning, as well a- high intellectual achievement,
    proving once again that the element in the Jew
    i-h tradition, extolling the intellect, is >till very
    much alive in our Jewish set-up throughout the
    world, including the United States.
    Carrying Forward
    Another portion of our Jewish tradition worth
    emphasizing is the proverbial Jewish tendency
    towards liberalism in politics and social thought.
    It is well known that Jews played a great
    ;n the political and social n
    wing with th<
    Germany in is;' and including the '
    : and 1317. What
    n 1- the penchant of tl
    meats In the l
    where the\ constitute an important -
    population of the big cities, the Jev -
    '
    lably cast their vote on the side ol
    ften turning the tide in favor of ubera ca
    didates, a- it was the case in i960, whei ,'. c
    Kennedy was elected by a small m
    Thee are but a few fragmentary ;
    of,
    long Jewish her.tage stretching over I
    They -till constitute the matrix oi p
    Jewish lite- They -till are part and par
    hopes : rations of all forward
    If th< Jewish heritage is not to bt
    to continue to function in the life of tfc
    people and humanity, there must be .
    and eager to carry forward the gr
    (ion that has been bequeathed u- Thi-
    chaUenge to our youth, just as it place-
    gation on u- to do what we can to tran-
    heritage !" our children and children -

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    ,
    Major Jewish Problems
    Continued from Page 13E
    cago. commented on the central difucu!"
    lield. calling attention to the fact tha- >wui|
    -tud< :-.'- at the universities no longer tr\ I >scapt|
    their Judaism The problem is that J
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    the American Jewish population in i -raj.
    Consciousness to Increase
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    and inward to which the Ameri Je*
    -h e immunity is subject as it faces I
    ;725 it healthy body whose conscio
    with world Jewry and
    ic Jewry of the State of Israt dem-
    strati remarkable degree by il resi
    its generous financial help
    That consciousness 1- likely to mere
    tb< passag< f time because of the menu :" th
    -.x million Jews destroyed under Hitler traa-
    edly which has left a deep impress upon
    -h heart and mind. But there is little
    among thoughtful Jews that Jewish v., ...
    have to play a greater role in Jewish hi : our
    great and powerful community is to n-- oove
    the ethnic >tage of Jewry and develop .' ra
    tionale which will give it meaning and .rpose
    in pursuing Jewish activity in the future
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    1964
    *. If Wlftl Flnridliriin
    Page 15-E
    -i:-< \-
    lv 11 '.ate portraying the Shofar ceemony in the synagogue. The plato is
    a Persian craftsmen of the 19th cen ury.
    he Meaning cf Rosh Hashona Today
    Continued from Page 2-E
    r left behind us. But it our prayers and
    i ii are to be meaningful, they must be
    Kited ivith strict relation to past effort and
    iilir.: Most certain, no sound enterprise would
    inbart pon plans for the future without thor-
    Jigh si uly of previous experience.
    ;it the threshold of the New Year, we
    ^ighl ell pause to ponder to which use we
    8vi p the old. What have we achieved dur-
    i- ttii year? It might have passed as quickly
    |* a flteting shadow, yet a precious span of the
    ; of life has been spent.
    Hav< we made ourselves useful to those around
    |. and society at large? Have we deployed our
    ntellerlual gifts adequately, furthering our knowl-
    Ige am bettering our understanding? Have we.
    Ixertetl self-control, mastered tomptation and
    kept i vise watch upon the weak spots in our
    kiritua! make-up? Have our daily pursuits been
    londuettd throughout with integrity? Are we
    ready to plead before our .Maker, confident that
    we have not abused our natural gifts, latent tal-
    ents and the opportunities the year has afforded
    US?
    Maimonides reminds us that the ram's horn
    is directed toward this awakening: "Arouse your
    selves, slumberers ponder upon your deeds, and
    remember your Maker."
    In the Musaf Amida, we refer to our hand-
    writing in the Book of Life "and the handwriting
    nt every man is found therein." Some of us make
    a deliberate and neat impression; others remain
    lethargic. Their record is a dirty smudge
    "And in thy love Thou has granted us this
    Day of Remembering." Can we associate such
    an awesome occasion with divine love? If man
    can but make proper use of these solemn days
    and it jolts him back to a more profound perspec-
    tive upon life, it is an invaluable gift. Where
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    Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1964
    Section F
    'The Ceremonies of the Jews," by Bernard Picard
    i
    OL Sacrifice of "WoMLj fL
    caswre on
    By OR. HELEN HIRSCH
    THE uniqueness of our monotheistic religion has.
    from its very inception, stressed good behav-
    ior more than purely ritualistic sacrifices. The
    Prophet Micah (6:7) asks doubtfully: "Will the
    Lord be pleased with thousands of rams?" thus
    pointing to the greater importance of spiritual
    sacrifices.
    Yom HaKodosh
    A significant though less familiar name tor
    the Day of Atonement is Yom Ha Kodosh mean
    ing -The Holy Day The truly astonishing ap-
    peal of this holiest day. the overcrowded houses
    Of worship throughout the world, the severe sacri-
    fice Of all earthly pleasure* lor one long day.
    prove dearly in our modern life of drab reality,
    the rediscovery of man of a latent, deeply reli-
    gious feeling: for down in man's heart, there
    slumbers an eternal yearning for the wonderful
    world of the spirit
    By nature, mortal man is a mystic. The rig-
    orous laws govern the Day of Atonement awake
    trembling awe and a solid core of religious feel-
    ings which prepare us to meet our Creator. "Pre
    pare to meet thy God, O Israel" thunders the
    Prophet Amos (4:13).
    The millennia-old prayers, the somber mood
    of worship, take the worshippers back to the
    earlist times of our people and of the entire human
    race. Thus Yom Kippur. the holiest day in the
    Jewish year with its powerful eternal appeal,
    sternly reminds us that true religion can be un-
    derstood only as an owe-inspiring experience ol
    the Divine in our inmost heart, for in them lies
    Uom <^J\i
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    pp
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    "the Judge" as well as "the actions to be judged "
    The solemn worship grants the human soul the
    unique opportunity to be alone with its Creator
    and brings mortal man nearer to God to try to
    understand His ways.
    Day of Purification
    Thus the most sacred of days utters the sub-
    limest voice of an ethical religion. No other na-
    tion, ancient or modern, has ceremonies and rit
    uals approaching those of Yom Kippur in reli
    -Kiu~ depth, a day of purification and of turning
    away from sin for which lorgiveness is granted
    through the grace of a merciful God who holds
    Hue penitence in high esteem.
    Thus Yom Kippur has become an eternal
    symbol of true repentence and its man-redeem
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    ,, September 4, 1964
    +Jewish noridiain
    Page 3-F
    i
    . the visitor is first brought into the
    blidal era, "nlkinR through a city street such
    .1.1 have been found in Jerusalem aT the
    I" mof the First Temple. The realistic scenes
    typical home, made up of replicas and
    relics. Pottery, oil lamps and dishes
    ,,i the I-ii st Temple, intricately dec-
    ding stones and finely carved ossuaries
    are just a few of the many Ken
    ,, being displayed. A breathtaking
    ominated by the first Temple built by
    I imon about 950 B.C.E. is the outstand-
    I n| ol tin- area.
    Leaving the Biblical area, the visitor emerges
    Li u-!> lli ancient city gate into the lands of
    |,i1(, diaspora. He walks past lifelike scenes of
    I,,,. |jving in Babylon. Yemen. Ethiopia. Spain,
    |\,,,th Anna. Eastern and Western Europe and
    |, America.
    Street of the Diaspora leads the visitor
    Israel, leaturing a sweeping view of
    lllaiia as seen from Mt. Carmel, scale models of
    entitle, cultural and medical institutions, con-
    struction scenes in the desert and a representa-
    \ ol products of Israel industry.
    Research of Historians
    With the "Id and the new dramatically present-
    In! hi a continuous sequence of changing scenes, the
    rntire exhibitits chronology, architecture, arti-
    | and allis as authentic as the research of
    ins and discoveries of archaeologists, coni-
    bmed uiih modern displaycraft, can make it.
    Leaving the exhibition area, the visitor eit-
    her* a shopping mall where Israel arts and crafts
    |and other products of Israel are on sale. There
    i ;* snack bar serving kosher foods and ls-
    Iraeli food specialties. Adjacent to the Pavilion
    i- a garden area with a stage and a reflecting
    pool
    The Pavilion is located on a 24.500 sq. ft. site
    land ivas designed by Ira Kessler & Associates
    line, architects, New York, and constructed by
    man-Harris Company. NY. Zvi Geyra is
    Ik art director for the Pavilion. He is an Israeli
    ami >tage designer who created most of
    | the exhibits. Construction of the exhibits was
    in >d out by the Display House Inc.. Philadel-
    phia P.i
    Three official representatives of the Gov-
    ernment of Israel visit the American-Israel
    Pavilion at the New York World's Fair.
    Katriel Katz (left), Consul General of Israel,
    is host to Shaul Avigour (center), special ad-
    visor to Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs;
    and Abraham Avidar, Israel Consul At-
    tache. The visitors are wearing open-neck
    shirts, Israel-style.
    The largest variety of Israel consumer pro-
    ducts ever displayed in one sales area in the
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    . September 4, 1964
    Jenisti fk>rdttann
    ,IU. young adults desired no change in this
    But the fact remains that the young
    wn0 use the Center clearly view the agency
    .fulfilling important needs for them as Jews.
    Respondents described the Center as a "Jewish"
    *ncv which provides them with an opportun-
    ",;'.", .oonlize with Jews" and opportunities to
    Jewish culture and religion." These words
    , ,, in their descriptions of the centers' func-
    ,,, purposes with an unmistakably high
    *enc, Repeatedly, they defined the func-
    t'he Center as that of "bringing Jews to-
    and "having Jewish boys meet Jewish
    j
    1J1 the major interests of Jewish young
    in regard to Jcwishness appears to center
    development and maintenance of social ties
    ther .lews, this is not necessarily the full
    which Jcwishness has for them. The
    do anticipate that they will have other
    0'l lies i" the Jewish community when they
    ried and are parent*. More important
    even In li^ht Of their present minimal
    ,ii(iii with Jcwishness, there appears to be
    need among Jewish young people to asso-
    .vitli one another. This need for associa-
    ith other .lews apparently exists apart from,
    addition to the needs created by the fact
    . are Still excluded from some institu-
    ,1 the genera] American community. While
    agencies (c. g. Jewish Vocational Services
    Jewish Community Centers) arose in part
    ise .lews were denied employment oppor-
    lies or social activity in the general com-
    ly, the desire for communal associations
    Jews appears to persist even alter this
    largely ceases to be a reality
    Comfortable About Jewishness
    ntrary to the beliefs of many Center work
    Jewish young adults appear to.be generally
    irtable about their Jewishness. While they
    have little interest in Jewish educational or reli-
    experiences, an extremely large proportion
    ol those interviewed seek opportunities through
    which the) can develop and maintain relation-
    hips with other Jewish young adults. It is their
    -ingular interest in social ties to other Jews
    h is olten misinterpreted as a negative re-
    i to their Jewishness. although, there can
    io reason to expect their interests to be
    .'ise.
    Label A. Katz (center), international pres-
    ident of B'nai B'rith, is shown during a re-
    cent visit to the National Jewish Hospital at
    Denver with Richard N. Bluettein (left), ex-
    ecutive vice president of the noted chest
    disease center, and Judge Charles Rosen-
    baum, of Denver, past president of District
    Grand Lodge No. 2, and a trustee of NJH.
    Katz, a vice president of the hospital, toured
    the 18-building complex and expressed in-
    terest in its facilities for treatment, research,
    education and rehabilitation.
    In our analysis of available population we
    found that the most readily accessible popula-
    tion for Centers is the group of young, lower-
    educated young adults. The interests, values and
    attitude of this group conflict with and repel the
    larger available (but not as accessible) popula-
    tion of medium-age young adults (21 to 27 years
    old) which is better educated and more cosmo-
    politan. Examples of the differences between
    these age levels (and education levels) can be
    found in the sizes, purposes and goals of the groups
    they attend, in their attitude toward their Jew-
    IshOMS, and in their attitudes toward different
    Continued on Pa 12-F
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    Pool Parties, School Carnivals, Weddings and Bar
    AAitzvahs, Children's Birthdays and Buffets.
    ALSO BOX DINNERS PLANNED FOR ALL OCCASIONS
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    TRANE AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERS
    261 N.W. 26th Street
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    President
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    in
    Mechanic's Uniform Service
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    Ph. FR 7-4631
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    ON THIS HOLIDAY OCCASION
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    * Jewish thrldfrn
    Page 7-F
    .. jn ,233 (repeated in 1235 in which he
    ' i that the Jews in Christian countries
    (l,,m "i' ire-iU-d with S? ih Christ..... desire to be treated in
    heathen lands.
    .. Vlllioh in the year 387, St. John Chrysos-
    rfeaerioed as "the greatest preacher ever
    """. :' Christian pulpit." delivered eight ser-
    '""' oil, .he Jews to the newly-converted Gen-
    JET'S n excerpt from one of his ser-
    [ inon*:
    A Disastrous View
    ... knov lhat a great number of the faithful
    ,! the Jews a certain respect and hold
    ,lV,r cetemoniM in reverence. This provokes
    eradicate completely such a disastrous opin-
    "'n 1 have already brought forward that the
    'vnagogue is worth no morc ,han ,he thea,er
    , is a place of prostitution, a den of thieves and
    hiding-place of wild animals ... not simply of
    animal* but of impure beasts ... God has aban-
    " d them, what hope of salvation have they
    ieft' Thev say that they too worship God; but
    Ihisis not SO. None of the Jews, not one of them,
    i, a worshipptr of God since they have dis-
    ownWl the Father, crucified the Son. and reject-
    ed the Spirit's help, who would dare to assert that
    th< synagogue Is not a home of demons!
    God i- not worshipped there; it is simply
    , house of idolatry ... The Jews live for their
    . Ihey crave for the goods of this world.
    In shamelessness and greed, they surpass even
    ....; goats The Jews are possessed by
    - ilny are handed over to impure spirits
    Instead of greeting them and addressing them
    as a word, you should turn away from
    iidin a pest and a plague of the human
    Patrologia Graeca, Vol. 48. as translated
    DepaTtmeni of the Ann
    :,< He hat worked closely with
    ..--, ttanat in helping to advance
    :. ah relations. He is the Jewish con-
    Pope Piim XII Religii '- Education
    M the Sistei Formdtion
    i-ed as a Hiding I
    nan 0f the hi*to i< Rational Con-
    K id Race
    by Rev. Gregory Baum in "The Jews and the
    Gospel").
    In 1215. the Fourth Lateran Council inaugu-
    rated a new era of ecclesiastical legislation in
    relation to the Jews (canons 67 through 70) which
    reduced them virtually to the status of pariahs
    throughout the whole Catholic world. Canon 68
    ordained a special dress for Jews, a "Jewish badge
    and (yellow) hat," which exposed Jews to scorn
    and ridicule and resulted in their complete abase-
    ment. Canon 69 disqualified Jews from holding
    public offices. Subsequent Councils confined Jews
    lo ghettoes and sought to achieve a complete
    separation between Christians and Jews.
    More than 1,500 years after St. John Chrysos-
    tom. in Hie middle of the 20th century, the St.
    Louis University study of Catholic secondary school
    religious textbooks revealed that the following
    teachings are contained in some books:
    Unto Our Day
    "The Jews wanted to disgrace Christ by hav-
    ing Him die on the cross."
    When did the Jews decide to kill Christ?"
    "The Jews as a nation refused to accept
    Christ, and since that time they have been wan-
    dering on the earth without a temple or a sacri-
    fice and without the Messias."
    This brief sampling from the history of the
    encounter of Christians and Jews during the great-
    er part of the last 1.900 years is adduced here
    to focus on the critical issue of the unresolved
    ambivalence of Christian teaching and practice
    towards the Jewish people and Judaism. In many
    vcars. it is paralleled by the white society's con-
    tradictory attitudes and behavior toward the Ne-
    gro minority. We uphold solemnly religious and
    democratic principles of "love, mercy, and com-
    passion" and "equality, justice, and fraternity."
    The 300-year-old history of the Negro in our midst
    has been overwhelmingly and scandalously the op-
    posite. To 'Jive balm to our troubled consciences,
    we rationalize our practices by conceiving myths
    about the Negrohis "genetic" illiteracy, sexual
    immorality, weak family life, laziness. These help
    justify our resistances to allowing the Negro to
    enter our schools, to buy the house next door, to
    have equal opportunities in employment. And
    Continued on Page 10-F
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    Developing Spirit of Ecumenism Today
    Continued from Page 7-F
    re keep alive a myth of the Ne-
    bad odor" in order to exclude him from
    .-eraction Aith tht bit* man.
    The Olie Vine
    The race relation! mil in America, over
    ... ill in .- lose uiir kwI as a c:\.i;zeo
    nation ha> become a prism through which is re-
    fracted more clearly than perhaps at any time
    before the tangled contradictions of Christian-
    Jewish relation -
    There .s a tradition stemming from Pauline
    teaching in particular. Roman' 9-11 which af-
    rirrr.^ the cternality of God I promise- to the Jews
    he "engrafting" of Christianity onto the olive
    vine of Judaism. This tradition provided the basis
    for tho*e numberless episodes, dating back to the
    earliest centuries of the Christian-Jeui-h encoun-
    ter which testify to the mutual respect and help-
    fulness which prevailed among the -common peo-
    ple. Christians and Jews, as well as between
    Christian and Jewish scholars and clergy (viz.,
    9 Jerome and Bar Hanina: Rashi and hi in-
    fluence on Nicholas de Lyra I.
    The Tragic Teachings
    has been a contradictory tradition.
    r. rrew out of the competition and
    conflict between the church and synagogue in
    the f.r-t : area Tni? tradi-
    - dominated by Church k< -u.- St
    drys ~ ho engaged in a systematic
    ise the Jewish religion thr
    tea''.- f ntem| t" in order I
    the I is Christianil
    T: i these teaching -
    \-<- I;. n it the
    s were in league
    : risl
    ... .. :.- .. .... pportunitj ntri
    ." ... I ivage murders, brutal per--
    and plui .... : Je ish lives and nitii
    ed thei

    So pervasive became this mythic pe: eption
    of the Jew that by the time of tbe first Crusade
    :n 1096 'regarded to this day In Christian text-
    books as a holy war against the infidels" > monks
    like Peter tbe Hermit were leading horde* of Cru-
    -aders across the Rhineland to the marching
    llogan, "Kill a Jew and -ave your souL"
    TO most Jews, and especially to tho- who
    came from Eastern fcurope and brougrr. witb
    them vivid memories, which they passed on to
    their children, of bloody pogroms in the tiny
    village, oftentimes with a Russian Oi'iodox
    priest with a pectoral cross glinting on ti., cas-
    tocfc leading a mob out of his church on Good
    Friday or Eastern Sunday, the time of the Pas-
    -ion and the betrayal by Judas, to roost Jews,
    and to a growing number of Christian theok-gians
    and scholars, it is obvious that there i> an -nbrok-
    en connection between the endless teachings
    is the centuries that the Jews" are an ac-
    cused people, rejected by God. and the per- .tence
    Of anti-Semitism in the We-tern world today
    While it is clear that anti-Semitism ha* mult le and
    compl- x caus well as religion----cholars and social sc untists
    have Ion'.' been convinced that certain ri. torted
    and persecution of Jew- aero-- the centuries by
    Christian tradition and inherited from polemical
    conflict- ol the pa-t have served to sanction Btred
    persecution of Jews across the count by
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    rt of anti-Jewish attil and ivior.
    The Oeicide Libel
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    .i pe< pli : God killers tan "kill"
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    Page 1 IF
    Inm
    ^Pv
    r-Thc Church, the Layman, and the
    Tpp. 79-80):
    mi of anti-Semitic bigots (the idea
    fare cursed because their ancestors
    lord' explains a good deal of his
    tld periodically 'visit' the murderers
    Incite them to penance through per-
    Ithe anti-Semitic excesses of times
    eiit can thus be cheaply eXQUttd
    il\ granted the blessings of I'rovi-
    ^hink that the influence ol the del
    is mainly of academic and his-
    [of no particular relevance to human
    lis necessary to cite some hard (acts:
    The Argentine Situation
    |E: Since the swastika daubing inci
    60, Argentina's century-old Jewish
    lived through the most threaten
    it anti-Semitic demonstrations and
    history. On June 21. 1962. a Jew
    student. Graciela Sirota. was kid-
    driven to an isolated place where
    M carved on her body. Jews were
    jeted to anonymous threats, provoca-
    ?iM>nal attacks, including the bomb
    une-gunning of synagogues and Jew
    |Mii'---es
    the outrages were the work of the
    be i-FasciSt, ultra nationalist organiz.i
    r-class youth in Buenos Aires. The
    tin group is Fr. Julio Meinvielle. au-
    kidl) anti-Semitic book whose thesis
    \ ha I he considers the authentic at
    Church toward the Jews and Juda
    Tho Italian Infamy
    WO: In Italy, despite a law forbidding
    linst any religion passed in February.
    \n magistrate, Giovanni Durando, who
    .i journal, "La Voce della Giustizia."
    in unsigned article on May 6. 1961.
    lined the following:
    w -. by not recognizing the divine in-
    Christ, must be considered deicidcs
    . The unconscious and permanent
    the crucifixion of Christ must be de-
    prived of the possibility to judge those not be-
    longing to their progeny Jews are totally
    lacking in morality."
    The Turin Jewish community sued Durando
    for calumnies against Judaism and defamation of
    Jews as a group. The court acquitted Durando.
    declaring that "the fact in question (disparaging
    the Jewish religion) does not constitute an ol-
    iense." and that defamation of Jews as a group
    was not established. The Genoa Court of Appeals
    upheld the acquittal. A final appeal to the high-
    est court is pending. A seasoned commentator
    in Italy observed:
    "The importance of Durando's article and his
    trial probably lies not so much in the Fascist
    themes as in the charges of deicide against the
    Jews Catholicism is all-pervasive in Italian life:
    Catholic teachings that the Jews are 'guilty' ol
    Jesus' death, and therefore doomed to sutler
    eternally, have undoubtedly encouraged anti-Jew-
    ish sentiments, latent or otherwise."
    The German View
    FACT THREE: In a recently-published vol-
    ume entitled "Hitler's Table-Tall*" the Nazi lead-
    er is reported to have insisted that the Obeiam-
    mergau Passion Play continue to be produced be-
    cause it helps to keep alive a tradition of hostil-
    ity toward the Jews, and the effective myth of
    the Jew :is Judas, the eternal betrayer. There
    is also evidence that the Nazis advised two Ger
    man clergymen that Hitler merely intended to
    do more effectively what Christians had been
    preaching and teaching about the Jews since the
    lust lour centuries.
    Against this background, one can understand
    perhaps why there has beon such widespread in-
    terest and expectancy in connection with the in-
    troduction of the proposed so-called "Jewish de-
    cree" at the third session of Vatican Council II
    next September. As has been widely reported,
    this decree strongly condemns anti-Semitism.
    But the Church has condemned anti-Semitism on
    several occasions in the past. The decree affirms
    the rootedness of Christianity in Judaism, the
    fact that Christians should never forget that Jesus.
    Mary and the Apostles were Jews. But this, too.
    the Church has affirmed through encyclicals and
    other means.
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    Fridc
    8mber 4, 1964
    +Jenisii Hcridfiatr
    Page 13-F
    { Hi's Pavilicn at the N.Y. World's Fair
    lv fr
    garden
    in the
    copper,
    eral
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    soup,i
    Continued from Page 3-F
    Lps to nutsfrom isrcal's leading man-
    Bra featured.
    [to cpen-air stalls in the Mall, an air-
    ! store has been set up in the Pavilion's
    where Israel gourmet foods, fashions
    items arc on sale.
    Gift Items Featured
    jpping mall features gift items. With-
    area are three departments, one for
    ass and olive wood items; one for gen-
    podise such as bowls, platters, candel-
    smokers items; and one for china,
    (ceramics.
    urmet shop features candies and choco-
    Elite and Lieber, instant coffee, Tel-
    Ossem cocktail crackers, noodles and
    sis preserves, juices and squashes,
    biscuits, Wissotsky tea and others.
    ps also a large variety of such products
    as 1 Bawdry, perfumes from Lola Beer, cos-
    metics Ham Taya, gloves from Glovis as well as
    embroiBred accessories, blouses, evening bags
    and Similar m.Tch.indisc.
    Israel Wolsky. pio-uliMit of Israel Products,
    Inc., stated that his company is an outgrowth
    of his Israel imports business which he has de-
    veloped over the past l."i years under the name
    of Israel Creations. Inc.. and Israel Assorted Com-
    modities, Inc.. sole representatives of Klite Ltd.,
    Ramat Can.
    "- Israel I'nului-ts. Inc., was founded specifical-
    ly to sell all Israel merchandise at the World's
    Fair with the expectation that many Israel pro-
    ducts hitherto not distributed widely in the U.S.
    will become belter known and that a demand be-
    yond the duration of the World's Fair will be
    created.
    The blooming Desert
    A monumental sculpture called "Together,"
    created specially for the World's Fair, is now on
    exhibit"at the American Israel Pavilion. The
    Featured at the American-Israel World's
    Fair Pavilion is this sculpture called "To-
    gether," created by Zvi Geyra and depict-
    ing six heroic figures straining to lit together
    two huge water pipessymbolic of Israel's
    striving to make the desert bloom.
    massive structure. 22 feet high and 15 feet wide
    shows six heroic figures straining to fit together
    two huge water pipes.
    According to Zvi Geyra, the artist who creat-
    ed the sculpture, it is a symbol of Israel's striv-
    ing to make the desert bloom. The pipes repre-
    sent the conduit that is being constructed to car-
    ry the life-giving waters from the abundant re-
    sources in the north to the arid Negcv area in
    the south. The heroic figures express the effort
    Continued on Page 14-F
    J
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    Robert N. >rriscn Lyacn Will cms
    Business Aaerr.s
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    230 NW 5th STREET
    Miami
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    FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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    CONSTRUCTION
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    Ph. 754-2692
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    TYPEWRITERSADDING MACHINESCHECK PROTECTORS
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    Hcppy New Year Complimer.:.1 of
    CHAPLIN FLORIST
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    SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY-
    EVERGLADES LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY, Inc.
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    Israel's Pavilion at the N.Y. Wcrld's F;
    Continued from Page 13-F

    Jlp.
    . Pavilion de-

    7 tell. He
    father *a-
    flept.-; ernor of JeraalCBi. governor of Gali-
    lee, d ices, and
    WL
    Geyra lived at K:bbutz Mtthmar Haemek where
    he developed his love for art ar.d the theatre.
    He nl the Palmach Jewish under-
    nd in Pi i2 in the intelligence
    serviei : at the Bezalel School in
    Jerusalem and interrupted bu ftnthes during tin
    I-rael War of ladependei ill IMS.
    After completing bu st came to the
    ' ~ in UBO, where he received a scboUrship to
    study at the Dramatic Work-hop ii V rk
    in Hollywood and then returned to
    .ere he work": it -".-- for the
    Chamber Theatre and Oh- SO de-
    r
    Ret in Bg to tl L'.S 1 "- ed in
    n with Jose Fer:- rawford, Fran-
    chot Tor.i a-.d K;m StaoJey Switching from the
    ras. an director for Chan-
    Be1 Plaj I the Week, the World
    .. free-lai
    signer for several ng MGM-
    Tele 51 I in N- York
    Independent Operation
    The American-Israel World's Fair Corporation
    .porated un : r the laws : the State of
    '-ev Y Ear tk ip and op-
    erating a pavilion at the New York World's Fair
    II i public c-orporat.cn. but not eoni ted w.th
    Government of Isx
    The principal purpose of the pavtl i de-
    si r> and culture of the Jewish people
    Americcn-Israei Pavilion at the
    World s Fc:r r.zs placed, sxe by s.: e
    production of the anti-Jewish mural
    :r.e Jo:dcr. paviher. zr.d :'.s zr.sv;e: .
    form of a poem composed by Her:
    Zzz'..r. chairman of the board z: the :
    iccn-Israel World's Fair Corpora:.:
    Son with the special c.s-. i
    v. -ors ccn protest directly to the ':
    ion director by means c: a card
    ran oe drooped is a nearby protest ::
    rum m j W

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    Holy Land t
    - product; and -
    Continued on Page 15-F

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    Coral Gables
    Phone HI 6-1217
    Mr and Mrs. Perry Beubis
    Mr. and Mrs Morns Beubis
    and femily of the
    ADAMS HOTEL
    and
    LONDON HOUSE
    wish their guests and friends
    A Happy end Prosperous
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    MIAMI, INC.
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    North Miami
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    Happy New Year to All CLr
    Friends and Patrons
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    New Year Greetings to All
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    1
    jy, September 4,
    1964
    +Jml$t> fh>rkSii3in
    Page 15-F
    r$ting Adults and the Community Center
    Continued from Page 12-F
    I 21 years of age attending college are prob-
    servatlve and there is some evidence that
    - proportion may be 75 per cent or more. The
    Lra.hic mobility of young adults in general
    Jh ,'t' but it i= even higher among Jewish young
    I,''" necause of their high educational level and
    .putional patterns of a highly-educated
    .on.
    Tl courtship activities of young adults is one
    in.- most interesting and significant problems
    lit \ ith in the study. One factor which m-
    ,.. the >nucture and program of all young
    [ill Micial groups and organizations is interest
    , .: (unities for courtship. The term "court-
    , ..portunities" refers to activities such as
    (r; and cocktail parties which are specifical-
    gned to enable males and females to meet,
    se, such opportunities exist in any activ-
    from playing poker to serving on a planning
    nmitteo. so long as one person present is ot
    different sex from the others, but these activi-
    . are not planned to be courtship activities.
    Ti general response of Ceirter professionals
    [d many other community leaders to courtship
    Jivities for young adults was found to be over-
    liclmingly negativeattitudes ranged from do
    five and disapproving to antagonistic. Mass
    Incis and other kinds of activities which attract
    |i adults in large numbers are viewed with dis-
    Bn and they are considered to be inappropriate
    Onter programming. Center professionals
    tee treat stress on programs which contain edu-
    (ional, cultural and social value qualities.
    Unmarried Adults
    Tl. negative response of the Center to court-
    lip a:tivitie> appears to create a gulf between
    Onter and the young adult, discouraging par-
    Hipation by this group in Center programs. Al-
    ^>u>itt a large percentage of unmarried Jewish
    linn adults seek the kinds of courtship oppor-
    ttities that can be offered to them at Centers,
    by are discouraged by the attitude of Center
    rsor.r.el to this need. Their desire to partici-
    |te in courtship activities of their own choos-
    ing (and their lack of interest in Center-condoned
    programs' is defined as "self-centeredness" and
    immaturity" by many Center workers.
    Closely related to courtship is the need of
    most young adults to "circulate"to lind social
    mechanisms which will enable them to meet new
    people easily and quickly, both dates and friends.
    This need is particularly intense for a highly-
    educated population because of their high degree
    of mobility (in both the geographic and social-
    psychological sense). In this regard also. Jew-
    ish young adults find the response of the Center
    to this aspect of their needs negative and unre-
    warding.
    A special problem for the Center is found in
    the old unmarried young adult, the individual
    over 28 years of age. This is a small part of the
    total national population, but it is composed of
    an extremely large proportion of people 'ho will
    never marry. This never-marrying population is
    generally unwelcome in social agencies which
    are not prepared to meet their special require-
    ments, and many desperately need ways in which
    to participate meaningfully in the social and cul-
    tural life of their community.
    The Israel Pavilion
    Continuer from Page 14-F
    and to stress American interest and participation
    therein.
    The corporation was formed at the initiative
    of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce
    and Industry, Inc.. New York. It is an expan-
    sion of an earlier plan for a Holy Land exhibit at
    the World's Fair.
    Harold S. Caplin. senior partner of the in-
    vestment banking firm of H. S. Caplin & Co.. is
    chairman of the board of the corporation. Nathan
    Straus HI. president of the American-Israel Cham-
    ber of Commerce, is chairman of the corporation's
    Advisory Board.
    Zechariahu Sitchin, formerly executive direc-
    tor of the Chamber, is president and chief execu-
    tive officer of the corporation.
    -
    I NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    from
    STAR'S BEAUTY &
    BARBER SUPPLY
    801 SUNSET DRIVE
    T24 MIRACLE MILE ,
    Dr. and Mrs.
    AX PEPPER
    AND FAMILY
    ^EXTEND BEST WISHES
    tor a
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    To All Their Friend*
    and Relatives
    MRS. FRIEDA RAPPAPORT
    and Son
    JACK I. RAPPAPORT
    Wish Their
    Relatives and Friends
    A HAPPY AND
    PROSPEROUS
    NEW YEAR
    GREETINGS
    SARGEANT
    AIR-CONDITIONING
    SERVICE
    VrilLCO 4 CARRIER
    AIR-CONDITIONERS
    Facory Authorized Repairs
    kfcL US FOR ALL MAKES
    Phone 688-2361
    A Happy New Year fe Ml
    Our fritmii and Patrons
    lean Cleaners
    & Laundry
    13610 N.W. 7th AVENUE
    NORTH MIAMI
    Phon. MU 8-9288
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    Rare Hebrew Relic$
    JEWELS SILVER
    WORKS OF ART
    Furniture. Antiques and Curiot
    INTERNATIONAL
    FINE ART GALLERIES|
    1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
    T. SCHORR
    iMiMti Pbene JE 8 1025
    lesidence l-h.ne JE 4-2503
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    Al Morris
    D ABU
    Starter Sc Generator Repairs
    831 E. Okeechobee Road
    Phone TU 8-4900
    BEST WISHES
    FOR THE NEW YEAR
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    Rval Entate
    New Address
    127 NW 2nd STREET
    Phone FR 1-8537
    GREETINGS
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    SERVICE CENTER
    GENERAL REPAIRS
    AUTO AIR-CONDITIONING
    SALES & SERVICE
    11070 N.W. 17th AVE.
    Phone 688-4681
    GREETINGS
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    & METAL
    3170 N.W. North River Dr.
    Phone NE 5-1335
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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    Garage
    131 Alton Road
    JE 4-2305
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    FOR A
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    C L. CLEMENTS
    Insurance Agency, Inc.
    JE 8-7403
    1100 LINCOLN ROAD
    TO ALL GREETINGS .
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    LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
    Incorporated
    "SERVICE TO YOU .
    IS OUR PLEASURE"
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    YOUR METRO
    COMMISSIONER
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    MacDONAI D'S IMPERIAL
    CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
    DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
    Phone MO 1-5831
    5850 S. DIXIE HWY.
    SOUTH MIAMI
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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    Industries Inc.
    INDUSTRIAL CHtMICAlS LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN-
    ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
    LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
    + SERVING -*
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    * QUALITY PAINT & BODY WORK *
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    141 San Lorenzo Ave. Ph. HI 4-2554
    CORAL GABLES Nite Phone CA 1-4422
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    ABBE VENETIAN BLIND. INC.
    25 N.W. 19th STREET
    Miami
    Phone FR 9-9751
    SEASON 'S GREETINGS .. .
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    7143 N. Miami Are. Phone PL 4-8733
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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    To All Greetings G. ABRAHAM
    CARMEL BAKERY
    RETAIL & KOSHER
    Ph. JE 8-7592 847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
    Closed Saturdays and Holidays


    ?.r !W
    +Jeni*t ftcrHi^r
    Frtcior. Septe-o* 4
    Uappvf
    NEW YEAR
    From
    LOUIS PALLOT
    NORTON PALLOT
    RONALD PALLOT
    HOWARD KATZEN
    SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA SINCE 1924
    WORLD'S LARGEST B. F. GOODRICH DEALER


    ^
    "Jewish Floridian
    ._ Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1964
    Section G
    ederation: Big Business for Human Welfare
    By SIDNEY LEFCOURT, President
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation
    pECENTLY, I read an article quoting the na-
    * tionallynoted financier. Irving W, Rabb. of
    iston. who stated that Jewish Federations to-
    ay are "'big business indeedeven in an era ot
    -trononucal numbers."
    In the past 25 years, almost three billion dol-
    . rs have been raised in the United States. The
    :nt I make here is that Federation is every-
    ody's business, and supporting and working tor
    : ederation in an "era of big business." is a good
    investment for everyone.
    A- president of the Creater Miami Jewish
    federation, which has made available over 26
    illion dollars in 25 years to our local commun
    to national agencies, and to the I'nited Jew-
    n Appeal overseas, I can vouch for the divi-
    . nds that have been repaid to us in return tor
    i philanthropy.
    The Major Dividends
    These dividends include millions of lives sav-
    .I overseas, the rebuilding of the Jewish home-
    nd in Israel and the opportunity to begin a
    new life for men, women and children brought
    >m countries of oppression to Israel and other
    nds of freedom throughout the world.
    Here in Miami, our dividends include the
    ..-owth ot health and welfare services to meet
    the needs of our Jewish community, the expan-
    sion of the Home lor the Aged, additional free
    cinics at Mount Sinai Hospital, the growth ot
    ie Hebrew High School of the Bureau of Jew-
    h Education, expanded vocational training and
    rehabilitation for the handicapped at the Jewish
    Vocational Service, expanded family and child
    counseling by the Jewish Family and Children's
    Service, and outstanding early childhood develop-
    ed programs of the YM and YWHA.
    Substantial Strides
    Continued support of the immigration and re-
    tption work of the National Council of Jewish
    Women is among the dividends that have accrued
    ., us through our investment in the Greater Miami
    ewish Federation. Support of the human rights
    .,nd defen>e agencies, such as the American Jew-
    -n Congress, the American Jewish Committee.
    the Anti-Defamation League and the Jewish War
    \eterans. are annual dividends in working for a
    Religious School students engage in a contest under the aus-
    pices of the Bureau of Jewish Education here.
    A patient receives a helping hand from a
    nurse at Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater
    Miami, a principal Federation beneficiary.
    SIDNEY LEFCOURT
    better community and a better life for our fami
    lies.
    Our Federation, through your investment, has
    taken substantial strides in planning for the future
    growth and development of our community. As
    the central source for budgeting, planning and
    tund-raising. we of Federation are prudently in-
    vesting your dollars to not only work toward
    meeting Miami's current needs, but also to build
    institutions and programs to meet the vastly-in-
    creasing health and welfare needs that the future
    population growth is certain to bring.
    As Federation grows in stature and provides
    leadership for our Jewish community and for the
    voluntary health and welfare services that better
    the community, we become more aware of the
    importance and the wisdom of our investment.
    The scope of Federation's role as the central
    budgeting, planning and fund-raising instrument
    of our Jewish community brings to all of us
    great responsibilities and the challenge of future
    service to the community. We are faced with a
    dual taskthat of raining sufficient iunds to meet
    the community's current health and welfare needs
    and. at the same time, we must plan for the faci-
    lities and programs that will provide better and
    more efficient service to all in the next decade
    or two.
    Going Forward
    As we stand on the threshold of the New Year.
    1 see not only a New Year for Federation, but
    the promise of a new era in service to the com-
    munity. 1 see Federation going forward on all
    fronts to serve the future needs of Miami's
    growing population. I sec our Combined Jewish
    Appeal campaign opening the door to new sup-
    port from many quarters, including the business
    community, residents, young men and women,
    and all divisions.
    Having recently commemorated the 25th an-
    niversarv of our Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    tion, we are now looking forward to the next 25
    years of service by studying the many voluntary
    programs and services which Federation will be
    called upon to perform in the next quarter of a
    century.
    A Ion.: stride in this direction was lecently
    taken by the passage of an amendment creating
    a Legacies and Development Committee of the
    Federation. This special program will seek grants
    and bequests to provide capitalization tor the fu-
    ture growth of our Federation agencies and help
    to strengthen their role in the Miami community,
    increased research, the introduction of new pro-
    grams and services, and the implementation ot
    Federation services to meet the rapid growth and
    pace of today's modern world will be provided
    by the legacy program.
    The future holds many exciting developments,
    plans and programs to help Federation better
    our family life and our community. Through the
    Legacies and Development Committee, we can be
    assured that we have the necessary reserve funds
    to undertake these special programs.
    Community Growth
    As the picture of our community changes so.
    too. does the role of the Federation and its agen
    cies in providing the most efficient means ot
    service for our aged, for our ill, for troubled fam-
    ilies, and for the many other problems which are
    brought to our institutions each day. So that we
    can be assured that each dollar given to Federa-
    tion and the Combined Jewish Appeal will have
    maximum usage, we have created the Ten-Year
    Capital Needs Committee to evaluate future needs
    The recommendations of this committee will
    help to guide the Federation and its agencies,
    not only in the erection of buildings better to
    serve the community, but also in the planning and
    functional design of these buildings, their loca-
    tion, their equipment, and their programs. This
    Continued on Page 2-G
    The aged find new purpose in their lives
    in the friendships they make at the Jewish
    Home for the Aged.


    race <.-_,
    * Unisf fhriliir
    Friday. Septe--: 4 ,,
    ':'-...-. r; .-.^' ~: O.-ive: V..C-. ":'VHA s,~-
    rr.er -."tt.z : ener.ce ..-. day
    camp :.-. o --.--.':/ program
    lorts, trips to sights cf ir.terest ar.d other
    exciting activity
    Federation: Business for Human Welfare
    year will continue to provide conimui
    education b> broadening its Hebre- Higl
    ffisram and its adult classes The n
    ^ advantage of UM
    <.t-- thai UMTC i- a great desire or ;-.
    of our Jewish communitv to ki
    ibcu- In addition the Bure-
    -..-. .1 training of teachers I
    - >y
    The YM II \. follow. | .
    Pe ar.d the "Y." wiO embark
    capita] fand-raisiag campaign in t!ie
    over a tr period, the V
    rel modern buildings
    ill areas init) These ne..
    . ie the '-
    r- bat i'.'O will ofter (acilitu
    the needs of I
    The Familj and Children -
    contribution to the well be.r._
    in our community bai received c
    nue to provirv
    ehng and a.
    nee i bet] r._ nd I
    . hai py reg life
    Jewis Servici II i
    - : in ;
    Continued on Page 12-G
    Continued from Paoe 1-G
    <- t, naect
    en and c
    Highlights of the Year
    The ntemporary .'
    .-h Affairi Lecl -r.portant not only
    r- but t<> all in the community who
    v. ere prii etjed to hear Dr Salo Baron'- outstand
    ;n? addre- We are fortunate that this outstand
    ing even' made possible through the genero-it>
    A one of Miami's foremost leaders. Sam Blank
    v ill be continued through the second annual lec-
    tureship later this year
    Another highlight of the year was the man
    rer in which the enfhu.sia-m of the younger men
    '.f our community blended with the experience
    and dedication of our older leaders to enhance the
    orking- of all division- of our CJA campaign
    Both a- a -ource of material support and as a
    BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
    Joseph Cohen, President
    Louis Schwartzman, Executive Director
    JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE
    Mrs. Burton B Goldstein, President
    Leon Fisher, Executive Director
    MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
    Leonard Abess, President
    Samuel Gerlner, Executive Director
    ce I leadership we stronf upon our
    nd our : n- to
    one of the nature i -r our '
    in I genera in m a I
    Pl agencie- the com
    of vital importance to us and
    to our families The Jew) Home for the Age'!
    tan now welcome double the number of resident-
    il lerved last Bosh ila-hona Thi- v. a- made po-
    ib through the new Ablin Pavilion, which will
    ide intensive medical and MMBg car. foi
    - beloved aged
    Other Agencies Advance
    Mount Sinsi Hospital'- expansion of program*
    in the Outpatient Department, and its dedicated
    care given to free service bed and clinic patient-
    -upported by our Combined Jewih Appeal, will
    again a-sure those who cannot afford private med
    ical care of the finest facilities and treatment at
    little or no fee. depending upon their ability to
    pay
    The Bureau of Jewish Education, in the new
    Hcrrd-to-employ persons are given creative
    work and a chance to self-esteem via err
    ployment at projects contracted by Jewish
    Vocational Service.
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation
    AND
    Combined Jewish Appeal
    Extend the Wish that the Year 5725
    Will Bring Peace, Health and
    Happiness to You and Your Family.
    Sidney Lefcourt, President
    Arthur S. Rosichan, Execu'ive Dirt
    GREATER Ml A Mi JEWISH FEDERATION
    1917 llisvitunv Itlnl.. Miami .12. Fla.
    Phone I It 1-0 II l
    Helping to save Jewish live, and build Jewish .if. aroond ,he corner ,nd ,reond ^ wor)d.
    NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
    SERVICE TO NEW AMERICANS
    Mrs. William I. Brenner, President
    Miss Minnie Feinberg, Executive Secretary
    I
    YM-YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI
    Herschel Rosenthal, President
    Efraim Gale. Executive Director
    JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
    Judge Irving Cypen, President
    Maurice Pearlstein, Executive Director
    JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
    Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, President
    Dr. Michael Goodman, Executive Director
    BARON de HIRSCH LOAN FUND
    Leo E'senstein, President
    * TkH is one of ,03,000 ,,.....j MUm over,,., o fed every *, oy ,., W DMl0n <,,, ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^


    riday
    , September 4, 1964
    Jewish norldll&r)
    Page 3-G

    PROJECTED PLAN FOR A GREATER MIAMI 'Y' BUILDING HERE.
    Our Ts' Plans for New Facilities Here
    By HERSCHEL ROSENTHAL, President
    Greater Miami YM and YWHA
    THREE new branch buildings for the YM and
    YWHA of Greater Miami will be the target
    ,f a community campaign that is poised for
    winching as the New Year begins. According to
    plans now mapped out by the "Y" Development
    Fund Steeling Committee. $2,250,000 will be sought
    o erect three modern, spacious, attractive,
    quipped and air-conditioned facilities in the maj-
    or areas of Jewish population concentration in
    Hade County: Southwest, North Dade. and Miami
    Beach.
    Intensive Review
    "tMltr the chairmanship of Leon Kaplan, the
    steering Committee is proceeding with plans bas-
    il upon the recommendations of the Joint Study
    ommitteo of the "Y" and the Greater Miami
    lewista Federation. Six months of hard work by
    the Steering Committee, as well as a number of
    -iib-committees dealing with architectural, fund-
    raising and public relations service, have paved
    the way for the campaign to be started during the
    1964-65 season.
    This final stage Of planning is the culmination
    HERSCHEL ROSENTHAL
    nl more than a year of intensive review by the
    Joint Studj Committee of the needs of the Jew-
    ish population of Dade County for group work ser-
    ices geared to personality, development, Jew-
    ish association, and the constructive use of leisure
    t:me. This Study Committee, composed of repre-
    sentatives of the "Y" and Federation, utilized
    various national and local agencies to gather In-
    formation, examine population trends, survey
    building and operational costs and finally, to
    make specific recommendations. Thus, the cam-
    paign deliberations of the study Committee ami
    the Steering Committee have been going on for
    the past two years.
    It was recognized in the Joint Study Report
    thai "in order to properly serve the Jewish com
    munity in each of these areas, modern facilities
    geared to programming and commensurate with
    community standards should be erected.' The
    report also stated that "the inadequacy of the
    present facilities of the YM and YWHA have made
    .* difficult to provide needed programs and scr
    vices for all age levels in the Jewish commun-
    ity."
    Special Features
    The new Southwest facility is scheduled to
    be constructed on a ten acre site located at the
    juncture of Southwest 92nd Ave. and 64th St.,
    while the North County building will be located
    on a similar size lot at NW 161st St. and Third
    Ave. At the Beach the "Y" property is situated
    on Bay Rd. and 15th Ter.
    It is projected that each facility would offer
    such features as outdoor swimming pool, gymnas-
    ium, health club, meeting rooms, nursery school
    rooms, auditorium, lounges, games room, arts and
    crafts room, billiard room, photography room.
    shower and locker facilities, handball courts.
    ~quash courts, kitchen, snack bar, playground and
    parking area.
    To achieve these exciting goals, leaders of
    (he "Y" and the community at large have already
    begun to offer support by purchasing memorials
    and honororials in the form of rooms and other
    facilities. The architectural subcommittee, chair-
    ed by Sam Seitlin, has held many meetings and
    preliminary blueprints are now being formulated.
    [I i- expected that architectural services will be
    contracted within the next 60 days.
    Public relations firms have been interviewed
    by the sub-committee working this area, chaired
    by Walter Falk. and a contractual arrangement
    will also be made for such services within 60
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    Sophie Rosenberg, President
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    Bmanuel Fisher, Commander
    WEST MIAMI POST No. 223
    Dr. Warren Zundell, Commander
    WEST MIAMI AUXILIARY No. 223
    Betty Koris, President
    MURRAY SOLOMON POST
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    Leonard Lifshutz, Commander
    MURRAY SOLOMON AUXILIARY
    No. 243 OF CORAL GABLES
    Carole Zipper, President
    ABE ADER POST No. 246 OF ST. PETERSBURG
    Abe Baker, Commander
    ABE ADER AUXILIARY No. 246 OF ST. PETERSBURG
    Edna Glassman, President
    MIAMI BEACH POST No. 330
    Mickey Postel, Commander
    DANIEL NEAL HELLER
    Past National Commander
    MIAMI BEACH AUXILIARY No. 330
    Thelma Weinman, President
    ALBERT ARONOVITZ POST No. 373 OF TAMPA
    Arthur Skop, Commander
    ALBERT ARONOVITZ AUXILIARY
    No. 373 OF TAMPA
    Rose Zaidman, President
    BROWARD COUNTY POST No. 613
    Julius Baron, Commander
    BROWARD COUNTY AUXILIARY No. 613
    Sylvia Gobey,President
    NORTH SHORE POST No. 677 OF MIAMI BEACH
    Augie Simon, Commander
    NORTH SHORE AUXILIARY
    No. 677 OF MIAMI BEACH
    Gertrude Solomon, President
    HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS POST No. 681
    Herbert Meisner, Commander
    HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS AUXILIARY No. 681
    Rose Ayres, President
    ABE HORROWITZ POST No. 682
    OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
    Danny Sales, Commander
    MRS. BEN HABERMAN
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    MRS. LOUIS DEUTSCH
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    OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
    Justine Abramowitz, President
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    OF SURFSIDEBAL HARBOUR
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    Sayde Landay, President
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    OF FT. LAUDERDALE
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    COL. DAVID MARCUS POST No. 746
    OF NORTH DADE
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    COL. DAVID MARCUS AUXILIARY No. 746
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    Diane Richman, President
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    Melvin Slonin, Commander
    ORLANDO AUXILIARY No. 759
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Friday, September 4, 1964 +Jewlsli fhrleJIan Paqe 11-B Jewish War Veterans Greet the Community By DANIEL NEAL HELLER Immediate Past National Commander Jewish War Voterans of the U.S.A. /•REETINGS and best wishes lor a peaceful New w Year. Peace from enemies without and within. The Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. Is the oldest active veterans organization in Amer ica, founded in 1896. As an organization dedicated for more than 60 years to the fight against extremism of both left and right. JWV is shocked and alarmed by •lie grim battlecry of extremism in defense of liberty, which reverberates ominously throughout the land. One would think that the butchery ot the crusades was enough to convince mankind that extremism is alien to a civilized society. Are we asked to believe that the extremism o| private bombthrowings, of private burnings. ,,i private murders, of defiance of law and order. are ;i virtue and that sober moderation in pursuit ol justice is a vice? We have always believed that what separated man from beast and moved civilization forward ivere moderation and reason. Under the philosophy of extremism, when one disagrees with Beth Jacob Wall Dedication Set Monday Morning Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will dedicate the "Wall of Remembrance" at Beth Jacob Congregation on' Sept. 7, first day of Rosh Hashona, just one year after he conceived the idea of the memorial. To be imposed permanently on the west wall of the synagogue, the center of the Wall of Remembrance will be adorned with a Mogen David, three feet in diameter, on which the names of the founders of the memorial will be cast. The entire monument will be lighted by 800 memorial lights each shaped like a Mogen David. The ceremonial procession on Monday, led by Morris B. Frank, president, will include the 50 who made the wall possible. Dancing Classes Scheduled Mrs. Ralph Leidner is chairman | of the Temple Beth Am dancing classes sponsored by Sisterhood. Jonducted by Helen Taylor, course vill include tap, ballet, acrobatics .md toe, with classes geared to be pinners, intermediate and advanced students. DANIEL NEAL HELLER man or nalinn. one throws a bomb, burns a cross or builds .i gas chamber. We believe the world has had more than its -hare ol extremism. We hope that the rallying cry of extremism is merely a political gimmick and not a serious philosophy .a*flINSlff R. ftRDIt florido Deportment Commander Ford Co. to Assist Driver Education DETROIT — Henry Ford II has loan program with local Ford or announced that Ford Motor ComLincoln-Mercury dealers. pany "will greatly expand its support of driver education" by making at least l.OCO more cars available for "behind thc-wheel instruction for an estimated 100.000 11 additional high school students." He made the announcement to I! 20.000 school administrators across j the country in a letter which outI lined the companys broadened support of driver education. Ford noted that any high school, with an approved on-the-' read driver education course, is ilmible to participate in a car, Mosley's Meeting Broken Up LONDON — (JTA) — Threemen were treated in a hospital. and one man was arrested after a crowd of about 400 persons broke up a meeting of Sir Oswald Mos ievs Union Movement. Sunday School At Temple Judea Franklin D. Kreutzer. supervisor of Temple Judea's Sunday School, announces Sept. 6. is opening day of Sunday School, with a complete program of (lasses from kindergarten through ninth grade. Confirmation class. 10th grade, will meet with Rabbi Morris Kipper for its first session on Saturday. Sept. 12. at 9 a.m. Biscoyne Kennel Opens Saturday The 38th meeting of the Biscayne Kennel Club opens Saturday with its 1964 Inaugural and first Twin Double. The Miami Shores oval will be in action nightly, ex cept Sundays, through Dec. 21. The Biscayne racing calendar indicates an emphasis on intertrack competition stressing tridistance competition, it was point ed out by James C. Knight, presi lent, who also heads the American Greyhound Track Operators Association. The 22nd All-Florida Champion hip following a scries of elemina tions will be run through Nov 21 Four top finishers will be eligible for the third Irish-American Tri Distance Championship on Not 28. Dec. 3 and Dec. 21. with the two stakes worth more than $50.OUO. Max Star, winner of Flagler'; world championship is slated as a starter in the 38th Biscayne Inaugural. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS South Miami Generator Shop GENERAL REPAIRS & SALES S. DWOSKIN, Owner 6102 So. DIXIE HWY. Ph. 666-4411 SINCEREST NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS IN DADE COUNTY WILLIS W. Bill' HARNEY GENERAL CONTRACTOR For the Best in Construction By "The Best Contractor" COMMERCIAL • CARPORTS FLORIDA ROOMS • RESIDENTIAL 1539 N.E. 164th Street 945-2632 or MU 8-8382 PEACE AND PROSPERITY IN THE NEW YEAR The modern bank with a tradition of service. Our 43rd year. Lincoln Road Mall at Alton Rood • Telephone JE 1-7311 Member. F.D.I.C. • Free parking adjoining bank.



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1 jy, September 4, 1964 +Jml$t> fh>rkSii3in Page 15-F r $ting Adults and the Community Center Continued from Page 12-F I 21 years of age attending college are probservatlve and there is some evidence that proportion may be 75 per cent or more. The Lra.hic mobility of young adults in general Jh ,'t' but it i= even higher among Jewish young I,''•" %  necause of their high educational level and .putional patterns of a highly-educated .on. Tl • courtship activities of young adults is one in.most interesting and significant problems lit \ ith in the study. One factor which m„,.. the >nucture and program of all young [ill Micial groups and organizations is interest ,„ .: (unities for courtship. The term "court, ..portunities" refers to activities such as ( r; and cocktail parties which are specificalgned to enable males and females to meet, •se, such opportunities exist in any activfrom playing poker to serving on a planning nmitteo. so long as one person present is ot different sex from the others, but these activi. are not planned to be courtship activities. Ti • general response of Ceirter professionals [d many other community leaders to courtship Jivities for young adults was found to be overliclmingly negative—attitudes ranged from do five and disapproving to antagonistic. Mass Incis and other kinds of activities which attract |i adults in large numbers are viewed with disBn and they are considered to be inappropriate Onter programming. Center professionals tee treat stress on programs which contain edu(ional, cultural and social value qualities. Unmarried Adults Tl. negative response of the Center to courtlip a:tivitie> appears to create a gulf between Onter and the young adult, discouraging parHipation by this group in Center programs. Al^>u>itt a large percentage of unmarried Jewish linn adults seek the kinds of courtship opporttities that can be offered to them at Centers, by are discouraged by the attitude of Center rsor.r.el to this need. Their desire to partici|te in courtship activities of their own choosing (and their lack of interest in Center-condoned programs' is defined as "self-centeredness" and •immaturity" by many Center workers. Closely related to courtship is the need of most young adults to "circulate"—to lind social mechanisms which will enable them to meet new people easily and quickly, both dates and friends. This need is particularly intense for a highlyeducated population because of their high degree of mobility (in both the geographic and socialpsychological sense). In this regard also. Jewish young adults find the response of the Center to this aspect of their needs negative and unrewarding. A special problem for the Center is found in the old unmarried young adult, the individual over 28 years of age. This is a small part of the total national population, but it is composed of an extremely large proportion of people 'ho will never marry. This never-marrying population is generally unwelcome in social agencies which are not prepared to meet their special requirements, and many desperately need ways in which to participate meaningfully in the social and cultural life of their community. The Israel Pavilion Continuer from Page 14-F and to stress American interest and participation therein. The corporation was formed at the initiative of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.. New York. It is an expansion of an earlier plan for a Holy Land exhibit at the World's Fair. Harold S. Caplin. senior partner of the investment banking firm of H. S. Caplin & Co.. is chairman of the board of the corporation. Nathan Straus HI. president of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce, is chairman of the corporation's Advisory Board. Zechariahu Sitchin, formerly executive director of the Chamber, is president and chief executive officer of the corporation. I NEW YEAR GREETINGS from STAR'S BEAUTY & BARBER SUPPLY £801 SUNSET DRIVE T24 MIRACLE MILE Dr. and Mrs. AX PEPPER AND FAMILY ^EXTEND BEST WISHES tor a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friend* and Relatives MRS. FRIEDA RAPPAPORT and Son JACK I. RAPPAPORT Wish Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GREETINGS SARGEANT AIR-CONDITIONING SERVICE VrilLCO 4 CARRIER AIR-CONDITIONERS Facory Authorized Repairs kfcL US FOR ALL MAKES Phone 688-2361 %  A Happy New Year fe Ml Our fritmii and Patrons lean Cleaners & Laundry 13610 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI Phon. MU 8-9288 Elias Thaw Rare Hebrew Relic$ JEWELS SILVER WORKS OF ART Furniture. 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^ September 4, 1964 %  Jenisti fk>r£dttann ,I U young adults desired no change in this But the fact remains that the young wn0 use the Center clearly view the agency .fulfilling important needs for them as Jews. Respondents described the Center as a "Jewish" *ncv which provides them with an opportun",;'.", .oonlize with Jews" and opportunities to •Jewish culture and religion." These words ,, in their descriptions of the centers' func,,, purposes with an unmistakably high enc Repeatedly, they defined the funct'he Center as that of "bringing Jews toand "having Jewish boys meet Jewish j 1J1 the major interests of Jewish young • in regard to Jcwishness appears to center development and maintenance of social ties ther .lews, this is not necessarily the full which Jcwishness has for them. The do anticipate that they will have other 0 'l lies i" the Jewish community when they ried and are parent*. More important even In li^ht Of their present minimal ,ii(iii with Jcwishness, there appears to be need among Jewish young people to asso.vitli one another. This need for associaith other .lews apparently exists apart from, addition to the needs created by the fact %  are Still excluded from some institu,1 the genera] American community. While agencies (c. g. Jewish Vocational Services Jewish Community Centers) arose in part ise .lews were denied employment opporlies or social activity in the general comly, the desire for communal associations Jews appears to persist even alter this largely ceases to be a reality Comfortable About Jewishness ntrary to the beliefs of many Center work Jewish young adults appear to.be generally irtable about their Jewishness. While they have little interest in Jewish educational or reliexperiences, an extremely large proportion ol those interviewed seek opportunities through which the) can develop and maintain relationhips with other Jewish young adults. It is their -ingular interest in social ties to other Jews h is olten misinterpreted as a negative rei to their Jewishness. although, there can io reason to expect their interests to be .'ise. Label A. Katz (center), international president of B'nai B'rith, is shown during a recent visit to the National Jewish Hospital at Denver with Richard N. Bluettein (left), executive vice president of the noted chest disease center, and Judge Charles Rosenbaum, of Denver, past president of District Grand Lodge No. 2, and a trustee of NJH. Katz, a vice president of the hospital, toured the 18-building complex and expressed interest in its facilities for treatment, research, education and rehabilitation. In our analysis of available population we found that the most readily accessible population for Centers is the group of young, lowereducated young adults. The interests, values and attitude of this group conflict with and repel the larger available (but not as accessible) population of medium-age young adults (21 to 27 years old) which is better educated and more cosmopolitan. Examples of the differences between these age levels (and education levels) can be found in the sizes, purposes and goals of the groups they attend, in their attitude toward their JewIshOMS, and in their attitudes toward different Continued on Pa 12-F -oliday Greetings To All Our Friends and Customers CATO MACHINE WORKS 5 egfried Masehkowski, Owner Trailers i, Drag Line Parts General Machine Works A Welding 2991 N.W. No. River Dr. NE 4-9011 HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK KNAP IMPERIAL BOWL Phone 945-2655 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Superior Dry Cleaning* inv. PUNT and OfFICtS 2004 NE 2nd AVE. Miami Phone FR 3-0541 NEW YEAR GREETINGS ALIX OF MIAMI Mr. & Mrs. Sig Schneidman 2700 NW 5th Avenue HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL ALAMO CATERERS Yes, we cater for Industrial Openings, Office Parties, Pool Parties, School Carnivals, Weddings and Bar AAitzvahs, Children's Birthdays and Buffets. ALSO BOX DINNERS PLANNED FOR ALL OCCASIONS T.. Sadwkh*i $1.00 dot., nJ Cold Hon d'O.uvr.i $5.00 hundrad 9715 N.E. 2nd AVE.. Miami Shores PL 7-6031 PL 1-4835 Trudy M. Seaton lee M. Seaton TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR MICHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITCHEN • PIZZA AT ITS BiST OPEN 11 A.M. UNTH 12 P.M. CALL ME FREE DELIVERY 1242 N.E. 163rd ST. Wl 7-4911 North Miami Beach, Florida Season's Kent Wishes io All LEO & DAN COWAN Page 5-F M v | McDonald Air Conditioning, Inc. TRANE AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERS 261 N.W. 26th Street Miami, Florida Phone FR 7-4751 LORY'S FASHION SHOPS Dresses Lingerie Sportswear Beachwear Accessories Stores Throughout Greater Miami, Hollywood, Fort lauderdale and Pompane Beach Holiday Greetings to the Jewish Community North Miami Police Benevolent Association, Inc. SERGEANT SAM R. FULF9RD President l IrKI I B: LYDEN REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phone HI 4-6161 1300 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES 34, FLORIDA



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F riday. September 4. J984 vJewisti FtvirSdNari Page 5-H •mild be consolidated and expanded. It was most erat i£ying that the Vocational Rehabilitation Administration of the United States Deparment of Health, Education and Welfare awarded the ii-ency a grant for a fourth year in the amount _( $22,707. The total amount received from the government was S102.000 to support a greatlyneeded program in a community which has one l -.lie highest ratios of older people in the coun try. What cood has this program done in Dade County? Almost 300 people, all disabled and all over age 50. have been served. Approximately half or 150 have been placed by the agency Ai regular employment in the county. A little finan arithmetic can show the gains made. These people have all been in jobs which pay a minimum wage of $1.15 per hour. The weekly payroll lor 150 person^ i> $6,900; multiply this by 50 weeks in a year, and the total amount paid in wages is 5345,000. A good portion of this money is then circui ted in the community for the purchase of serappliances, food, and so forth. In addition : aying Social Security taxes, these people once ; have a sense of self-worth and dignity. Fin..!!>, a good many of these people were the reents of welfare assistance, and being placed i>n regular jobs reduced additional tax monies r pcded to sustain them. Job Counseling This year. JVS met with representatives of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, the YM and YWHA, United Synagogue Youth. Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to attack the problems of job counseling and educational and vocational plan ning. A questionaire devised by the agency was circulated to youth groups affiliated with these community agencies to determine what help the youngsters felt they needed. Some 500 young people were involved, and it is interesting to note that while most contemplated entering college upon completion of high school, more than hall ol these students requested help from trained counselors in the selection of an occupation. .FVS has now inaugurated a new library program complete with college catalogues from some 1.000 colleges and universities throughout the naQW natv njv 1 ? -FMrs. Samuel A. Frommer Irishes her relatives am! friends Happy and Prosperous' New Tear -G Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Furman and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Murray Goldberg and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New ") ear -G Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg and Family Wish their .datives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New 1 CO MRS. CHARLES FEINBERG tion. This library contains occupational information files outlining descriptions of many hundreds ol occupations, as well as background information on where jobs are located, what kinds of training are needed for the jobs, salaries paid in the various professions, and the employment outlook for the future. Also available from the agency is a great deal of source material on loans, scholarships, fellowships, and other items pertaining to financial assistance needed to attend college. Finally, in this program, the agency will have a full time counselor available for individual counseling, group guidance, psychological testing, and vocational planning The program starts September, 1964. A new Fee System To help finance the program, the agency will initiate a fee system based upon family income and ability to pay. No person will be denied services if they can not afford to pay. The fee will be decided upon by consultation between the family and a staff counselor from the agency. In adContinued on Page lO-H Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon and children Benjamin, Rebecca and Sara wish their relative! and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Efraim Gale and children Diane and Michael Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldberg and Family of 4551 Prairie Avenue wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous AJetf Tear Mr. Meyer Golden wishes Ins relatives and friends A Happv ami Prosperous New Tear Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Galitz and Family With their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear < Mr. and Mrs. Norman Goldin wish ilieir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous N.eui ~) ear RABBI and MRS. EUGENE 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. MORRIS A. KIPPER 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 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. SHERWIN STAUBER and FAMILY Extends Bee; Wishes to Officers and Members of YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI And to All Tewry for A HappvNew Year RABBI and MRS. ALEXANDER S. GROSS and Family MIAMI BEACH Extend Best Withes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to Ike officers, directors end members of the Hebrew Academy and all its affiliated organisations and to all Jewry. RABBI and MRS. ABRAHAM WEINSCHNEIDER and FAMILY wish a Happy New Year to members of Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue and to all of Greater Miami Jewry 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. ALFRED WAXMAN and Daughters Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the Members and Officers of Temple Zion A Happy and Prosperous New Year DR. and MRS. MAX LIPSCHITZ and Family ot Temple Beth Torah Extend Best Wishes for the New Year to the entire Jewish Community DR. and MRS. HERBERT BAUMGARD and FAMILY txtend Heartfelt NfW YEAR GREETINGS to the Members of Temple Beth Am SOUTH MIAMI and to the Greater Miami Jewish Community RABBI and MRS. DAVID ROSENFELD treat Me mee ias r s of UAGUR GRAMADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER ami Its mHUiate t r ^m tg m H mu t tm file •ccafion of the New Year Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gallant and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Ntu 1 Tear Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan and Daughter wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Gerson Wish their friends A H..pp> New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldman and Family ici.sli tlieir relatives and friends Happy and Prosperous New "Year Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Goldman and Family wish tlieir relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New "Tear Jud.qe and Mrs. Phillip Goldman wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gettleman and Family wish tlieir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr .and Mrs. Henry Gewiti and family ipish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New fear Dr. and Mrs, Arthur Gilbert and Family with their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert tcis/i their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and. Mrs. Sam H. Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I. Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Simon IVish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Meyer W. Goldstein of 2840 Flamingo Drive wish their relatives and friend-s A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Josre Gotdstrom wishes her relatu'es and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. Morris Gotombeck and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller and Family Irish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gompers and children Sheila, Billy and Henry Wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear Marvin and Barbara Gillman and sons Edward and Henry wish tlieir ulatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mrs. Jack Goodman and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New "fear Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Lillian and Esther Goodman Wish tlieir relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Gittelson and Children Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mrs. Harry Gordon and Family of 2201 S. Miami Avenue wish their relatives and frien.ls A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. William Givner and Family wish tlieir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear 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 Mr. and Mrs. AI Glassar and sons Harvey and Bruce wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg wish their friends A Happy and'Prosperous New Tear Mrs. Herman Gordon wishes her relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Burton Goldberg and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Airs. Fannie Goldberg •f Morton Towers wishes her relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear The Consul General oi Israel and Mrs. Shimon Yallon extend their sincere wishes for a Happy and Prosperous Shonah Tovah Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Gordon and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gordon and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gotresman snd Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous NeU' Tear Cantor and Mrs. Herman K. Gottlieb sons Stephen Howard, David Eli, and daughter Hertha Sue of Temple Beth Shiran wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Gottlieb wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Morton Goudiss and. Family wish their relatives ami Jriends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Dr. and Mrs. George A. Graham and sons, Michael Lee and Jon wish tlieir relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear mKmMM ^^^^ Mr .and Mrs. Harry Grand and Son Wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear



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September 4. 1964 +Jewlst fhrHtor Page 3-D 10 %  hi i r he scenes of their agony but barred from h( new home they had chosen. With Hope and Prayer iny of the DP'a the words "next year in •were the ultimate irony, but to others il already survived so much—they were • : hope ;uid a prayer. For JDC, in those mmediate task was once again survival. an d medical care, food, clothing, shoes %  •, for babies; in 1947 JDC was supplynuns daily in the DP camps in Oerand Italy. But this was also a peroration for the future. For adults. JDC ; the support of a wide variety of trade ..I them through ORT (Organization ulitation through Training'. For the in the American zone of Germany alone I 67 schools, 47 kindergartens and 75 hools and Talmud Torahs. Not by bread books and bibles were printed and d ne> tur P* Of J handful of DP's had managed to tind I,I n was the establishment of the Israel which opened the gates for the :ii> Now again JDC was in the "res%  ." In the 31 months between May end of 1950. JDC aided more than to reach Israel—and freedom. Thnuiwere able to emigrate to the UnitVustria, Canada and Latin America. ie word that JDC had built a new freereached into strange and distant corim lands where Jews had lived for censecond class citizens and worse, the aprescue came and could not be denied i Magic Carpet," the JDC air-rescue brought more than 46,000 Yemenite From the depths of despair, these Jewish refugees from North Africa are entering a new life in France. Their welfare and resettlement needs, must be met by the Joint Distribution Committee, with funds raised by the United Jewish Appeal. Aden to Israel. From all parts of I • tnd the Moslem world they came, from Bulgaria—"from the East and from —in one of the greatest migration move* nt history. By the end of 1950, JDC had re than 444.000 refugees to reach Israel. ih. in were the most broken and help. ged, the ill and the handicapped. For %  -. JDC established its Malhen welware proin in a network of hospitals, old age homes d other institutions, which still aid tens of Statistics are Impressive in the years since 1950—seldom in the Ian IDC's existence—have refugees been off Ie .,1 agenda, When Jews were expelled loni f gypt after Suez, when thousands poured lei • border into Austria after the Hungarian I • when 100.000 Jews fled to France from P ei JDC was there to welcome them and to ovidi aid, together with the organizations of frenct Jewry and other Jewish communities. pi there, because it had the experience, id bi ause it was ready—as it will be ready is i n and where it is needed. Key to a new life is. learning a trade. This chance for a productive life is offered by JDC-assisted ORT vocational schools to Jewish youth in Israel, Moslem lands and Europe. Funds raised by UJA in 1964-65 will support this program. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MILTON. LI THOMPSON & SONS ROOFING TREE ESTIMATES TU 8-1549 1347 East 4th St. Hialeah TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mayor and Mrs. Lee Howard SURFSIDE MIAMI BEACH NEW YEAR GREETINGS BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS. 1501 Collins Avenue Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL EAGLE ARMY-NAVY DEPARTMENT STORES SERVING FLORIDA FROM KEY WEST TO TITUSVILLE T GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE ROOM 205 BISCAYNE BUILDING Holiday Greetings to All SUNSHINE of MIAMI CAP MFG. CO. MORRIS GOLDWAG All Kinds of Caps for Men, Women, Children 467 W. FLAGLER ST. Miami FR 1-4652 SEASON'S GREETINGS CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED PLUS THE FINEST IN AIR-CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION CALL FR 3-2191 FOR VENDOR "IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD'' 24 hour servlCE BLOCKS CUBES Also Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION FLORIDA DIVISION 931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191 MR. and MRS. DONALD S. LAVIGNE join with their children MR. and MRS. MYRON COWEN Son, Gary John, and Daughters, Elizabeth and Melinda. and MR. and MRS. WALTER A. LAVIGNE Daughters Leslie, Morley and Shelly and Son, Elliot Mayer In expressing their best wishes to all their friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON SWEET PAPER SALES 6800 NW 36th AVENUE MIAMI Ph. 691-8760 UitOll MXTEMUORS. MXC. Custom Mad* Draperies & Spreads In Our Own Work Room$ COMPLETE DECORATOR SERVICE 1543 N.E. 123rd STREET NORTH MIAMI BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS NORTH SHORE APT. HOUSE ASSOCIATION PHILIP JACOBY, PRESIDENT A HAPPY NEW YEAR JUDGE AND MRS. HAROLD B. SPAET HAL and LUCKY NEW YEAR GREETINGS AMERICAN MICA PRODUCTS CORP. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Krieger, Stanley and Joel 3150 EAST 11th AVE., HIALEAH Ph. OX 1-4451 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL COUNCILMAN and MRS. LOUIS B. H0BERMAN and BARBARA



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Friday. September 4, 1964 -Jewlshflorldllan Page 3-C What's Your Rosh Hashona Quiz Score? By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why do Jews 9 r,et each 0,her on ,ht ir t ni 9 ht of Rosh Hashona with the special greeting, 'May you be inscribed and sealed immediately for a good year of life?" [•his greeting is based upon the Talmudic Tractate Rosh Hashona) description of the three |cs thai are opened on Rosh Hashona. In one, righteous are immediately inscribed for life. In one, tiie evil are immediately inscribed tor death. A third is kept open until Yom Kippur what are known as the •in-between" humans. : t\ yom Kippur they have repented, they are inscribed tor life. If not, they are inscribed lor Hi The Mishnah (Aboth Chapter 3 1 states that -, ever is liked by people is liked by the Al u> Ihus. every Jew wishes his neighbor • he !>< %  among the righteous who are imme. eh inscribed lor life without even having :nt until Yom Kippur. This also shows the idence and trust one .lew is supposed to have m ther. it is inr this latter reason that this greeting i said again after the first night of Rosh HasGreeting one in this fashion on the next rning, lor example, would indicate that the ividual whom I greet has not as yet been inbed for life. Thus I do not consider him among i righteous who are "immediately" inscribed ii r life, and so I am really insulting him by wishing hmi so after the first night of Rosh Hashona. Why is the Holy Ark opened so often during the Prayers of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur while it is not opened at all during the week days of the year and only once on Sabbath morning? The opening of the Ark indicated the most ftriOUS moments during the liturgy. It was openonly upon the most important occasions during the prayers. Some open it during the year only while praying during an emergency involving life and death. Rosh Hashona is considered such an emergency since humans are being judged either for life or for death and so the Ark is opened at special prayers during the high holiday -• 'ices. This is not done through the year so as not to lessen the effect on those important occasions when the Ark must be opened. Furthermore, on Ro-h Hashona and Yom Kippur a Jew feels himself nearer to God because of his special state of purity and penace. Thus the Ark is especially opened during this period to demonstrate our closeness to Him at this time, as well as to show hov due and urgent are circumstances during the pi i nil of judgment. To demonstrate how awe inspiring is the German Jews of the 18th century observing the Ninth Day of Ab, praying in the synagogue, eating the last meal before the fast, and sleeping in the synagogue. moment when the Ark is opened, the congregation must always rise when the Ark is open. Since Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur are days when we stand in the synagogue most of the time, the Ark is especially opened during that period. e a Why is the Shofar kept covered in the synagogue on Rosh Hashona when it is not held in hand for blowing? A number of reasons are offered for this practice. It is contended that since the Shofar may not be used for any other purpose on Rosh Hashona except for blowing the prescribed notes, it is covered at all other times lest it be handled and used for some purpose extraneous to that for which it was intended. There are some who see a mystical meaning behind the covering of Continued on Page 15C GREETINGS Universal Salvage & Equipment USED EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY 3289 N.W. No. River Drive NE 4-7744 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS JOHN W. GREENLEAF 1393 S.W. 1st STREET Ph. 374-171 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS MALINDA FASHIONS The Latest in Fashions 26 Westward Drive Miami Springs New Year's Best Wishes for True Happiness for Everyone from MRS. BENJAMIN CHAFITZ and Daughter BESSIE ANN Happy New Year to All HOLIDAY in:vi A € Alt L-E-A-S-l-N-G Jl n-nm\ DiLido Hotel—Miami Beach Ship Your Car Anywhere MR. and MRS. HERBERT SANDERS and FAMILY Wish Their Relatives and Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR and Hope for the Speedy Recovery of Mother, Mrs. Jacob Lieberman naion ^Ars with the passing ijears 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 all of our friends all of the blessings that a bountiful and merciful God can bestow — f^eaec of heart ana tnina ana cjooa fortune thrnont the coniiny year. Gordon Funeral Home EMANUEL GORDON, Deceosed, founder HARRY CORDON, Deceased jimmy Cf o rao HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS MIAMI'S FINEST HOUSE OF HOO 1819 79th STREET CAUSEWAY Phone 865-5768 HOLIDAY GREETINGS I <>\ Oltll CAFETERIA 1921 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH JE 4-4883 TO ALL GREETINGS GELHAUS GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR PRODUCTS COMPLETE ONE-STOP SERVICE Front Wheel Alignment — Goodyear Tires and Batteries 4200 SW 8th STREET Phone HI 6-9722 Our New Lcatin: 1700 S.W. Red Road Holiday Greetings — "Service Beyond Price" KEYSTONE POINT MEDICAL PHARMACY Opposite Congress Ian — Prescriptions A Specialty TED SEGDA PL 9-5150 12400 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHARMACIST NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA PLJ



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Page 14-H 5 IMM ncrldflan Friday, September 4, 7y/< er5 RESTAURANTS For Fine Food COMPLETE DINNERS from $1.00 ALSO A LA CARTE MEXU There Is Never a Charge for Your Second Cup of Coffe* WE I"J OUR OWN BAKING SIX LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: 1257 W. FLAGLER ST. (NEAR DOWNTOWN) 1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES) 1570 SO. DIXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI) 12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI) 11309 BIRD ROAD (S.W. 40th ST.) MIAMI 20451 So. DIXIE HWY. (Cutler Ridga) TYLER'S PARK RESTAURANT 16555 N.W. 13th Ave. AIR CONDITIONED AMPLE FREE PARKING • AMF Products Harry Smith Interchangeable Finger & Thumb Grips Swmgster Shirts # Dodge Trophies All Bowling Accessories — Billiard Supplies BOB WHITE'S BOWLING PRO SHOP, INC. BALL MEASURING SPECIALISTS All Work Guaranteed or Reprocessed 1227 N.E. 2nd AVE. Miami Ph. 374-0642 TO ALL GREETINGS CONNIE'S SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc. ALL KINDS SEPTIC TANK WORK 7035 NW 43rd STREET Ph. 888-3495 MIAMI SANATORIUM AND NEUROLOGY INSTITUTE • FOR TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL and PSYCH:ATRIC ILLNESSES, ALCOHOL and DRUG HABITUATION • A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS OF LEADING NEURO-PSYCHIATRISTS • PRIVATE ROOMS • CAPACITY LIMITED • RATES ARE FLEXIBLE 7831 N.E. Miami Ct. PL 7-1824 or PL 4-5354 TO ALL GREETINGS ESTES SILVERSMITH Repairs and Plating SPECIALIZING IN GOLD AND SILVER ELECTROPLATING 2196 NW 17th AVE. NE 4-0119 SO*'. DISCOUNT ON AUTOMOTIVE PARTS To All Jewish Floridian Subscribers with this Ad MOTOR PARTS & BEARINGS INC. 4111 N.W. 17lh AVENUE Phone NE 5-2547 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SUAYXE OF W/IM/ MNC. 2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724 HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN HOLIDAY GREETINGS WARREN J. SCHAFER SUPPLY CO. WESTINGHOUSE TAPPEN R.C.A. 3311 N.W. 17th AVENUE Phone NE 55306 HOLIDAY GREETINGS BAUMGARDNER AUTO TAG AGENCY, Inc. 1375 N.W. 36th STREET Phone NE 5-0574 SEASONS' GREETINGS TO ALL ASSOCIATED ARTISTS Supplies for Artists, Engineers and Architects 1822 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phonea FR 3-3562 or FR 9-2336 A Very Special Bond With Israel Today Continued from Page 12-H greater industrial production to increase exports ..nil settlement of the Negev and Galilee. Tho successful realization of thai development ram depends to a large degree on the Israel Bond campaign. It is no idle coincidence that the Government of Israel launched a new Third Development Bond Issue for $400,000.0000 this year. almost at the very same time that it decided to inaugurate its five-year plan. The fact is that the new Israel Bonds being sold this year are needed to provide the basic financing for many of the projects in the five-year plan. The role of Israel Bonds in the future development o[ Israel is no less important than its part in the country's aeonomic accomplishments since 1951 Without Israel Bonds, there would have been no oil pipeline from Elath to Haifa; there would have been no great National Water Carrier for water from the Sea of Galilee to the Negev desert; there would have been no deepwater harbor such as the one now being built at Ashdod; there would have been no great development program for the Negev or the Central Galilee; there would have been many less housing projects for immigrants, many fewer new factories and agricultural settlements. Expression of Confidence A noteworthy development in Miami highlighted Israel's progress and served as a reflection of the growing confidence in Israel's economy, as leading financial institutions of our com munity made substantial purchases in Israel Bonds for their investment portfolios. Thi>, m the 16th year of Israel's existence, was indeed a gratifying reflection of the recognition given to it by :he financial community as a secure investment, and it is a credit to our own Jack A. Cantor, who as statewide chairman for Banks, In surance Companies, Trusts and Fiduciaries, initiated this program. As we approach the High Holidays. ve must look to the future, to the New Year, to the years to come after that. We must pledge ourselves to the cause of Israel and her heroic pioneers Historic Announcement — Jack A. C mtor, Miami leader and statewide chairm; for Banks. Insurance Companies, Trusts a d Fiduciaries for Israel Bonds, announces xi an .nternational Israel Bond conference : Mijmi historic purchases of Israel Bones by leading Miami financial institutions. Under Cantor's leadership, a new cvenue of sales to banks, insurance companies, trusts and other financial institutions was opened up i the past year, resulting in record-making Israel Bend purchases and mirroring the degree to which Israel's strength and stability are : lining recognition in the financial world. and remind ourselves of the rich herit; lare, As we continue to identity ourselve with iTael through participation in the High I i I'rael Bond effort, we will strengthen the days • anile us with our people and its tr.i GREETINGS FROM BELL'S ARTIST SUPPLIES COMPLETE LINE OF Custom Framing—Prints Art Drafting Helen Gerstenfeld, Prop. 2623 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables HI 8-1061 NEW YEAR GREETINGS COME IN AND SEE OUR HOLIDAY SPECIALS CARLS BAKERY Famous from Syracuse To Miami 'Once Tasted-Never Wasted' 1360 NE 163rd STREET Phone Wl 7-4092 Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Patrons Mad cm oisclle lleautu Salon 1518 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI Phone FR 9-10S5 ANNA BLITCH Happy New Year To All My Clients and Friends St An Fro ii i a ii •JE K-0 i:i7 UNITED AUTO RENTALS, INC. 1613 Alton Road Miami Beach TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR MADEMOISELLE. INC. LADIES WEARING APPAREL SHOP THE LATEST IN FASHIONS 211 Lincoln Road JE 2-531 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TERSZY CORPORATION DISTRIBUTOR DRESSES & IMPORTED CUSTOM JEWELRY 327 Seybold Building Ph. 379-6887 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS LANICA AIRLINES, INC. M.I.A.D. Miami, Florida NE 3-8575 7 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MURRAY'S PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC. 260 N.W. 25th STREET Phone 633-6025 Mr. end Mrs. Murray Friedberg and Family „.* ,-:



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1 Friday. September 4. 1964 *. kwlsti fhrkNan Page 1SD Center Worker and Negro 'Revolution' Continoed from Page I I'D and silence or of a sullen statement, "We an awa j from all that—we don't want to hear jbou t it.Attendance by Negro boys at a teen ,. [unction open to non-members evoked "violent" telephone calls from parents. When the ;,,:i called this reaction to the attention of the ,oard the leaders reaffirmed existing policies huh open membership to all providing they unlerstand and accept the sectarian purposes of the ency and that programs open to non-members ,,,,• indeed open to all. regardless of race. That I he board acted soundly need not be questioned. Hut the anxieties of the parents remained, probably extending far beyond the people who called. The fact that several workers reported in one way or another that "members do not talk about ii indicates the need for us to re-examine our practice in helping people to assess the factors which block our members not only from re-examination of their fears but from involving themselves in supportive activities. Outstanding Program The recent program of activities of the Bernard Norwich Center of the Chicago Jewish Community Centers is representative: (1) An adult institute on "The Jewish Community and the Negro Revolution"; (2) A young adult institute in which one of the three major topics was on the relationship of Negro to Jew; (3) A teen age drama group program of a series of plays by S'egroes; (4) Approval of board of directors for Center members, 8-12 years of age, to take part in an inter-cultural, inter-racial camp program; (5) Adult and young adult discussions aimed at candid expressions of anxieties and biases, using the ADL film, "Epitaph for Jim Crow;" (6) Trips by a "Friendship Corps" of 12 and 13 year old members to Chinese, Negro and other settlement houses; (7) A teen-age "Share the Warmth" program to collect food and clothing for distribution through a Negro settlement house. Children from this settlement came to the Center to meet with the teen-agers and to join in cleaning the clothes. The Center staff worker involved used "Give Without Offending" as the title of informal discussions to show the relationship of giving to the Jewish tradition. Centers, however, are programming to help people to a better understanding. Guidelines for Our Role These experiences and others indicate the great readiness of Centers to be helpful, but also identify the need for greater clarity of goals and creativeness of method. What is suggested is a tooling up through research, demonstration projects and in-service training, so that we have a clearer definition of the tools and the appropriate Shofar sounds to summon Jewish servicemen to the observance of the New Year. Around the world, this scene will be repeated wherever U.S. troops are on duty. Jewish chaplains, recruited, endorsed and served by the National Jewish Welfare Board, will call their Army. Navy and Air Force congregations to prayer to celebrate the most Holy Days on the Jewish calendar. methods. What de we want our members to experience in regard to racial prejudice and social issues? What methods will aid us in our intervention between the feelings of our members and soundly conceived goals? These are questions to be answered by JWB, NAJCW and the individual Centers and practitioners. In considering the guidelines for the role of the Center and the Center worker in the "Negro Revolution," it is proposed that these should be; (a) A constant awareness that the perspective for our action must be the knowledge that the conditions for which the Negro community seeks redress are basic flaws in American society which affect a growing segment of the white as well as Negro population and imperils our entire society; (b) our sectarian position as a Jewish communal agency can and must be strengthened rather than diluted by our participation, providing our actions are in defined Jewish terms; (c) we must tool up our knowledge and skills in order to identify our goals and apply the most helpful Continued on Page 16 D GREETINGS TO ALL RAYMOND'S Famous Steak House and Cocktail Lounge Featuring "BERNIE" GOODMAN at the Piano, ONE AND ONLY LOCATION 16410 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 945-9294 SAM TRAURIG and WALTER TRAURIG Extend Best Wishes to all their friends for a Happy New Year ALL FORMS OF BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS BINDER BALDWIX South Florida's Authorized Baldwin Piano and Organ Dealer Also Fisher Stereo-Consoles 1845 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 1-8662 3031 CORAL WAY Phone HI 8-1771 Best Wishes for the Holiday Season KNICKERBOCKER MEATS, INC. Miami, Floa. New York, N.Y. Arthur Mark Al Fenkell Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR OWOSKIX IXC. 'Wallpapers of Distinction' 4029 N. MIAMI AVENUE ATLANTA • DALLAS MIAMI HOUSTON %  WASHINGTON NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL E. McBRIOE MJQUORS IXC. 734 NE 125th STREET PL 7-1160 HAPPY NEW YEAR PARTY TIME DIVISION OF ACADEMY CHAIR RENTING CO. INC. "A Complete Rental Service for Your Partw" Chains — Tables — Imported Linens Fine Chinaware — Flatware — Lawn Umbrellas Silver Service — Candelabras Glassware — Tents Dance Floors — Display Items NEwton 5-6112 NEwton 4-2058 3421 NW 36th STREET Mr. Pumpernik Sez: A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 67th & Collins RESTAURANTS 126th St. & Biscayne Blvd. TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS JANE S. ROBERTS Your School Board Member Holiday Greetings from SUNSHINE PONTIAC "Always A Warm Welcome" 6701 So. Dixie Hwy. (U.S. 1) Phone 667-7501 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS DENMARK'S ART & STONE CO. 12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI MU 1-6641 IRVING J. DENMARK, President TO ALL — MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS Abbott l.iii-iloiis Private School NURSERY THROUGH 9th GRADE 7705 ABBOTT AVE. Phone UN 5-2646 A HAPPY NEW YEAR II Will LKVITOX PAN AM FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY 462S N.W. 36th AVENUE NE 4-1041 Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE and Sons LARRY and JEFFREY and Daughter LISA KAREN of the ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS ABBOTT & BON-OTT FURNITURE "CUSTOM REFINISHERS" AL FRANCIS, Prop. 2728 S.W. 2Bth LANE (S. Dixie Hwy. & 27th Ave.) HI 5-2633



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Page 12-H p. kn i st OcridHar Friday. September 4 NEW YEAR GREETINGS yAcPPU/Ufi will ^ SAKS FIFTH AVENUE 701 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH vr BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JOE and ANN BOYD 166 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH, FLORIDA HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL DADE PACKAGED PRODUCTS WHOLESALE TOYS ft NOVELTIES HACK JOBBERS 390 EAST 14th STRECT, WALEAH Ph. 885-3202 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS *d v 434 LINCOLN ROAD MALL New Year Greetings to the Entire Jewish Community Compliments of ATOMIC LIGHTING INC. 6780 S.W. 81st TER. MO 7-8833 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS KM IIAllll C. DOYLE AGENCY INSURANCE 7233 S.W. 57th COURT Ph. 67->643 HAPPY NEW YEAR BERNARD MARCO & ASSOCIATES, INC. CREATIVE ADVERTISING MERCHANDISING 1090 N.E. 79th STREET ,. 754-3824 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WOIFARD BEACH HOTEL Residential Club for All Ages Will Reopen Oct. 1 Ph. JE 1-6691 2401 COLLINS AVE. ROSE COOK of MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS WISHES A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph. 667-8193 Jewish Vocational Service Meets Challenge Continued from Page 10-H as assist in the training of future counselors and psychologists for the field of vocational adjustment and rehabilitation. During the past year, board and staff planned new programs to shape a course of action for the next few years. Under discussion for the future are such programs as (1) a "night hospital" program for emotionally-disturbed patients involving the State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, the Florida State Employment Service, the South Florida State Hospital, and the U.S. Department of Labor: (2) a guidance and counseling program for handicapped high school students involving the Dade County Board of Public Instruction and the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation; and (3' a pilot project with the Social Security Administration and the National Association of Sheltered Workshops for persons who have been denied disability benefits under Social Security. All thoo projects will be funded to a greater or 1 degree by the governmental Igencies ^ JVS this past year submitted its hi :!d 'n?PJ gram to the Federation Ten Year Capital \ Committee. The agency building p| ar -^'^ one structure to house the over-all aeenni J"* t:on. These plans were submitted u, ,,,p florid, Development Commission this past y, tative approval and encouragement v, re .j Steps have been taken in making fornul ail! 1 tion to the Development Commission Appro of the application will mean that the governing I will finance 50 per cent of the cost of the build" ir.g. as well as certain kinds of equipment to J nish the building. Program expansion and creased services beg for such a buildin, to hous, all JVS operations. "It is not incumbent upon thee to connfcj the work, but neither art thou free to desist lro J it altogether." L'Shana Tova AJCcmmittee on the Human Rights Front 1 Continued from Page 7-H Jewish individuals throughout the state bv Mrs Milton MarguUs, chairman of the Florida Region al Conference. Results are now being compiled, and a report will be given and discussed on Dec 3 at the Fontainebleau Hotel, immediately preceding the National Executive Board meeting. Rep resentatives from major areas throughout the state will meet with the Southeastern and Southwestern Conferences of AJCommittee to discuss problems pertinent to the entire South. Following the meeting, units of the American Jewish Committee working through the Florida Regional Office here in Miami will set up in several cities in Florida. The officers, board and staff of the Greater Miami Chapter American Jewish Committee wish a Happy New Year to its members and friends and dedicate themselves to continue to work together on local and national levels to combat bigotry and discrimination in all form-, to pro. mote civil rights and civil liberties, and to develop muuial understanding among America's di verse religious, racial and ethnic group* A Bond With Israel Continued from Page 3-H omic structure, its leaders can engage in planning on a long range basis. A New Issue Early this year, the Finance Minister ot Israel, Pinhas Sapir, announced the beginning ol a five-year economic program to enable Israel to keep pace with the growth of its population The most important elements in the pl:in are Continued on Page 14 H A Happy New Year to All of Our Friends from Mr. Pilzer and Mr. Yaeger of the FONTANA HOTEL 2642 Collins Ave. Miami Beach GREETINGS lot rows CORAL WAY GARDEN CENTER "tVUtrTHIMG for the LAWN and GARDCN" JOSEPH C. TOTH Horticulturist I Plant Consultant (Formerly with Hector Supply Co.) 1667 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone HI 3-0496 HOLIDAY GREETINGS Jimmy's GULF Service Station Open 24-Hr* A Day T72S NE 79th ST. (CAUMWAV) NORTH BAY VILLAGE Phone UN 5-9268 ^lAAMY VARRONE A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Sol Megdoll REALTOR 605 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-8551 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS MINIT PRINT DUPLICATING and PHOTO COPY 1100 Ingraham Building Ph. 374-0696 NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM National Hardware & Paint Co. The Complete Hardware Store 9700 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, Miami Springs Phone PL 8-3049 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Dom's Shell Service Station "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESSSUPER SHELL WITH T.C.P. SHELL XI00 MOTOR OILS PREMIUM TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES 16795 So. DIXIE HWY. Ph. 238-6833 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS HIALEAH FLOOR COVERING No Job Too Small or Large EXPERT TILE CONTRACTORS 8 East 13th Street, Hialeah Ph. 888-9244 1 ...



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Page 10-H J ht# npridHctr Friday, 5er4e^ber 4, BEST WISHES HAPPY NEW YEAR VTf i .n wm Beach SHERIDAN COLONY BEACH In Cor,. Gables GABLES CORAL I. Greater Miami OLYMPIA PARAMOUNT 5UNILAND FLORIDA SHORES BOULEVARD Best Wishes for a Happy New Year ALLIED STEEL PRODUCTS 7800 NW 37th AVENUE Miami, Florida Leave your moving worries to WITHERS 1 Full 01 pvt loads to and • r*o 7-story warehouses from N V. and vicinity. with 100% A.D.T. auto'.'idwest California matic fire and burglary i South Florida's oldest and protection 'rest—51 years in Miami • Local moving a specialty 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph FR 1-7561 CALL FOR PREE ESTIMATE' MOVING • STORAGE m-M*::<': : m, WITHERS ^Mmm SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO. Express Sincere Wishes for a Happy 0 Holiday Season to All 251 N.W. 22nd Lane FR 1-4603 SERVICE QUALITY GOOD will wmwtctiwfr "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributors L.bbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co. & Insulux Glass Block 1601 1619 NW 7th AVE. Miami 36, Florida Dial 379-0656 JAckson 2-5312 LARRY MARKS & COMPAXY MANUFACTURERERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE WOMEN'S, MISSISt JUNIOUS' DRtSSIS, COATS I SMTJ Moris Bids. 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, Flo. Phone FR -2631 "Whatever Is Worth Owning Is Worth Insuring" CALL OS FOR RATES Ph. 754-9523 AUTO-FIRE—THEFT-B0N0S-ACCI0ENT, HEALTH I LIFE KANE l\MK\\ri; AMJ F LV INC. 1001 N.E. 125m STREET North Miami, Florida NOW LOCATED at 3115 NW 40th ST. Ph. NE 4-8525 HART ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS Residential Industrial — Commercial HOLIDAY GR[(TINGS TO AIL JACKSON'S SEWING MACHINE COMPANY WHITE FRANCHISE DEALER Complete Selection of Nationally Advertised Sewing Machines KNTAl • SALES • REPAIRS Phone TU 7-6412 HIALEAH 77 HIALEAH DRIVE Jewish Vocational Service Meets Challenge Continued from Page 5-H dition, tinagency plans to involve one or both parents In this program by having a counseling program geared to parents. Cooperative Venture A job placement agency such as JVS has continuing problems in finding suitable openings for its handicapped clients. No client is placed on a job in regular industry unless he has been interviewed by a staff counselor, and his background has been reviewed Psychological testing iused when necessary'. The agency maintains an industriel rehabiltation workshop for disabled and handicapped clients in order to evaluate their abilities so that better job placements can be made. Again employers are not always e S hire the handicapped even though *li "It Pays to Hire the Handicapp,,: tn Only a few employers go out on a limb to hire a person in the older age group. JVS moves in to fill the breach. Kver since 1959. when the Jewish l„ ne the Aged erected a building to hoi | ( industrial rehabilitation workshop, ih,. two ^ S cies have worked closely in a cooperative .n^' monious manner. In a number ol way. i 1P ," agencitfs complement each other in .liter no W vices to the community. The staffs of i>, 1 J"' cies have met on a continuing basis I ,. v discuss and implement job programs > re '*' ring problem, arising from a lack of sub-i .tracts requiring skilled operations ha. prevented JVS Irom offering a more complete vocation;, -chabi litation program in its workshop The problem was solved in a sal ;, c torv fashion when board members of both igencies met this year to sign a cooperative agreement which enables JVS workshop clients to repair ap. pliances and equipment from the Home Thrift Shop. The program is beneficial to both agencies :iwell as to the clients involved and the resM dents. The JVS client will receive training in jobs of a more skilled nature, thereby making him a better candidate for employment in I ie open market; and the Thrift Shop has a bettei to market, bringing in higher prices, whit helps meet operating expenses in the over ill pro. ject. For the last three years, the %  %  ^ %  nv. dinted an intern program with the I %  ivi of Florida, whereby candidate'or the rehabilitation counseling spend li weeks with JVS The program will continue thi y ar, and it is c ntemplated that two int< rns be available for the fall semester, in addttioi these interns, JVS completed negotiations the Psychologj Department of the I'niversiH o| Miami to take graduate studentfor field work to include all phases of the psychological test program and counseling with tlients. T.ie program starts with the fall some*ter at the university Cooperative internships and field practicums enable the agency better to serve clientas well Continued on Page 12-H Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherry of Louis Sherry Realtor extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year to All 1 Lincoln Rd. Bldg. JE 8-5433 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HERBERT C. FRINK VANN CLEANERS & LAUNDRY JE 1-3132 528 Jefferson Ave. fyiiami Beach WAKEFIELD TECHNOLOGICAL ENTERPRISES COMPLETE DRAFTING SERVICE < All Fields Call for a Draftsman 1 Day or A Year We Work Under Your Supervision ARCHITECTURAL I INDUSTRIAL SCAIE MODELS TECHNICAL IIUSTRATIONS "FOR INFORMATION CALL" 445-1148 262 Almeria Ave., C.G. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS BARRY'S CLEANERS DRY CLEANING and LAUNDRY Plant and Offices 4157 N.W. 36th Street Ph. 887-0081 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS T BIRD BARBER SHOP MEN'S TONSORIAl SHOP 8506 BIRD ROAD Ph. 221-9960 A HAPPY NEW YEAR JMPORT K AS IIIO \ S 7455 Collins Ave. UN 6-0039 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR ABE ALIANELL "WHOLESALE WORMS" 4501 S.W. 118th AVENUE CA 1-5645 HAPPY HOLIDAYS SAFWAY STEEL PRODUCTS, IMC.



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\iidP\; September 4. 19b4 +Jenisfiflf)rar Page 11-H m* Mu> %  !L ^ W.W* Si kZM&i s~~wb ,. i$ %  W*^ •k*f '• %  .4 %  i [•LB Vit %  .-•• of the Baron and Polly De Hirsch Meyer Pavilion of the Jewish Home for the Aged. rogress at Jewish Home for the Aged Continued from Page 9-H ii, .nil and potential .n development of high ini.nlol care. Our nursing staff has been Batly increased to the point where the ratio i in residents is l to 2.5—perhaps one of highest in Dade County, and permitting us. the first time, to begin to project a high deEC of. individualized nursing and personal eaee. We have increased our social service staff and in lurthcr to increase it so that it will be able provide, again for the first time, urgentlyedtd casework services for our residents, in | i ii to processing applicants, which has been major function in past years. And finally, we searching for a trained and experienced conning dietitian, a group worker, an occupational papist and a second physical therapist. Pilot Programs An impending new development in our voider services is exciting both lay leadership professional staff. As a result of more than doubling our residents, especially the sick and incapacitated, our need for trained volunteers has mounted tremendously. Alter several conferences with leaders of the Council of Jewish Women. whose v liunteers have served the residents at Douglas Gardens, magnificently for over ten years. i; was agreed that the Council would continue to provide volunteer services for the residents in the pavilions and the first floor, but that the Home would immediately undertake the organization of its own Service Corps, which would include men. as well as women, for the 122 residents on the second and third floors of the Ablin Memorial. We must have a minimum of 12a trained volunteers in order to provide much-needed volunteer services for this highly-handicapped ^roup. We are confident that our four women's auxiliaries will, as they always have, answer our call for help and provide us with at least 75 of the 125 volunteers. These developments and others yet to come Continued on Page 15-H HAPPY NEW YEAR to the Entire Jewish Communty HOOPER HOUSE DAVID KAUFMAN, Founder and President Biscayne at 65th Street Ph. 754-2251 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR SUPREME AIR FREIGHT IMPORT-EXPORT Pargo Bldg. No. 3 International Airport Ph. 885-1456 To Our Many Friends, Patrons and Acquaintances MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS COLUMBIA TITLE CO. OF FLORIDA, INC. ABSTRACTS and TITLE INSURANCE P58 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables Ph. 444-8497 DAYS NITES SUNDAYS Day 667-4424 Nite 667-6805 TARGET TELEVISION Color T.V, Black & White T.V. Stereo Radio SALES & SERVICE ALL AAAKES "DAVE' JACOB 9818 So. Dixie Hwy. Miami, Fla. HOLIDAY GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES EMiLE'S Mtvautu Salon 1029 KANE CONCOURSE UN 4-1714 UN 5-7434 Melrose Glass Co. Glass for Every Purpose STORE FRONTS AUTO GLASS PLATE GLASS MIRRORS NE 4-9031 3734 N.W. 36th St. NEW YEAR GREETINGS C.R.I. AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION SERVICE 1102 N.W. 79th STREET Ph. 754-3332 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MiKirs MI-:AT MARKET RETAIL MEATS 1416 ALTON ROAD Miami Beach Ph. 538-0148 Your Savings Dollars M o 0 Can Now Earn: 4 INTEREST GUARANTEED with our new CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT PLAN REGULAR BANK HOURS DRIVE-IN WINDOWS OPEN 9:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Friday Evening 6-8 GUARANTY BANK OF MIAMI 8300 BIRD ROAD Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation To My Many Friends and Acquaintances MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS JAMES W. DICKEY 223 EAST FLAGLER STREET TO ALL GREETINGS CAPT. S. HAMWAY BOAT POPEYE HAULOVER BEACH DOCK Phone Wl 7-3525 ENJOY A DAY FISHING — Pier 2 — 10800 COLLINS AVE GREETINGS JACK CHERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION "ROAD SERVICE" MU 8-0962 "Lubrication Specialists" — Your Patronage Appreciated 5485 Palm Avenue Hialeah TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ... GREETINGS... WALKER CASKET COMPANY 286 N.E. 67th Street Phone PL 8-8715 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS STAR'S BEAUTY and BARBER SUPPLY 5801 Sunset Dr., So. Miami • 20347 So. Dixie Hwy. • 324 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS CHRISTY & SON BARBER SHOP 7364 RED ROAD Ph. 667-9282 HAPPY NEW YEAR to All AAy Jewish Friends and Clients JOHN W. BRAU REAL ESTATE SALES & APPRAISALS 5948 S.W. 73rd STREET MO 7-5633 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS WAYNE JONES IMPORTED MOTORS AUTHORIZED BMC SALES SEHVICE 8835 So. DIXIE HWY. MO 6-2566



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1 iday, September 4, 1964 Jei*tifkricKjn Page 5-C Religious Values in Post War America A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL By ISRAEL WOHLGELERNTER IOST-WAR America has experienced a new wave „i religion. All aspects ol American life— facia), political, academic—have responded to it. tnu inhibitions of the twenties and thirties reLarding religion no longer prevail. As sex became proper parlor conservation after the First JWorld War. so religion is now spoken of without %  embarrassment or apology in the best of society. Suburban society, we know, is .n a large ... asure religiously organized. A politician must %  now identity himself with some denomination and c prepared publicly to bare his religious heart. |Beligion has also been readmitted to the groves academe alter an extended leave of absence. Divinity school! are well-endowed; departments j • religion are nourishing; and religious issues eceive •' hearing, drawing attentive audiences. HI has also profited by the paperback revoivhere religious titles are displayed promirently in campus bookstores. Many iorces have contributed to this upsurge ..; religion. We will direct our attent:un to JudaIhe th rd great American religion, in specific iol Orthodoxy. Back to Synagogue Wie u< christelt sich so yklelt slch," saya icrceptive Yiddish proverb or "As the Joneses go, so go the Cohens and Cowans," Second and third generation American Jews have made the most ,i this religious boom in these last twenty years 4* elaborate church-centers aro-e in all suburban communities so more elaborate synagogue-center:. ere built. As church affiliation grew, synagogue nemberships increased proportionately. Religion seems to be "bustin 1 out all over." We find, for example, that a young Jewish .eieran whose father attended a socialist Kol Nidre ball on the lower East Side, is now chair,nan of the curriculum committee of the religious school. This extensively furnished school is housed in an ultra-modern catering-center synagogue • Mablishment which serves as the Jews' identity •>ass into American society. In these postwar vears. Jews have been living with a grave and Discussing forthcoming project to establish Alice and Jan Peerce Scholarship Fund are (left to rights Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Ameiica, Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera Company star, and Moses J. Silverman, president of the Cantors Assembly of America and cantor of Congregation Anshe Emet in Chicago. The Scholarship Fund will be set up for deserving students in the Cantors Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary. dramatic edilice complex which is a reflection of the social forces obtaining in the middle-class community at large. Not to be outdone. Orthodox Jews have also entered the race, albeit somewhat late. I refer, of course, to •Americanized" Orthodox Jews, many of whom live simultaneously in the two worlds of Pumpaditha and Pompeii. Suburban and. to a lesser degree, urban Orth odoxy have become fashionable. We, too. have Continued on Page 12-C drive in for free litter bag no obligation T>. 5 Open 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. Season's Greetings to All from Michael Sossin, L.L.D., Executive Director THE BLACKSTONE HOTEL Residential Halls for Senior Citizens in Their Golden Years MODERATE RATES • YEAR ROUND 800 Washington Avenue Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS THE NATIONAL BREWING CO. FLORIDA DIVISION 637 NW 13th STREET MIAMI, FLA. M. Cecil Somerall, Gen. Manager FR 3-3147 £^fo 111 OCIAM AT 44. STRUT • "!*•' '*<* MID-CITY RADIO & TV SHOP Wishes Our Patrons a Happy Holiday 3 Month Guarantee on Work Don* By Us! 9713 NE 2nd AVE. Phone PI 7-7615 HUBERT'S FURNITURE & DECORATING RE-UPHOLSTERING & INTERIOR DECORATING CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE Call for Free Estimates )2789 N.W. 24th Street NE 4-6858 ^/f sliest


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[day. Septe mber 4. 1664 LEGAL NOTICi "*•JewiS§> ncridiftn r lHr „ T COURT OF THE TH C lTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ES i,V?n? NAND FOR DADE | rL rOUNTV IN CHANCERY. C0U No. 64C6899 ,, n.i.i \-M-r ,sl l:,; nlV.s HANK lX plaintiff, ivKI.BS 1. SPARKS, et ux. "N'OT.CEOF SUIT %  ', -. 1, S|M' ks Jinn 1 ;,!: %  %  .;;;.. %U. M. wife I rtevn-oil MI., i i nonvtlle, Alabama lv '" ...i,, notified lht th. .,,Honed action has bee" •"M-, s the Circuit judicial Circuit of flor. .., ..i for Dade County t foref ,,„,., ic.u."i""' <•' following '.^i'TVvTUKK RIDOB i'LvTiiiN THREE according ,'" I. %  thereof, recorded In Plat J -7 ,i Page M of the Public ..„,). ,,1 Hade County, Florida. v „ u : ,,.. required to me your an, in plaintiff's complaint *"'th the I ,,, ,|„. aforesaid Court, ami ,..,>> thereof upon plaintiff's l,. rB o MARTIN KINK, llth Floor. ...i,. Federal Ituiltllnc. Mnunl 32. I,, nol Inter than S.„t 12. IM4. • %  Decree Pro Confoaso will be en. nst you. [i. u-il. August 1!". MM. „ i; 1: LEATHERMAN ,.f the Circuit I'oiirt i, By: HELEN KEBSLER Deputy Clerk LtRTIN PINE i tot Plaintiff Lih Floor Dade l^ederal BHg. t, Florida 8/21-28. S/4-11 | ITN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9143 .v \IK>RGUEDBH MIRANDA plaintiff, \ >. I l.l \ SBS1N GUEDE8, I >. :. iM.mt NOTlCF >3Y PUBLICATION V\< ntyled Court, and Berve i i|>) Uiereof upon ll an Cohen, lo-ll t/OBgreaa Building, Mini. I ;<>rlda, 'ii or before September |i s i i, oi else complaint "ill be L-onfeaaad. Bated August IT, B. B. LEATHERMAN lerk "i ill. Circuit Court ,,,li By: Marguerite .Moiford i 'epuiy Clerk x 21-28, 9 i-ll itflYttlU BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE mmm I NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY rilVEN thai I the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneM* undei the fictitious names of THE r.m.cii co, (NOT INC.): MEDICAL INFO-IDENT: LUGGAGEIDENT til 2uM'i West I'th Avenue, Hlalenh, Florida Intends to register wild linn, s with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Bade ^County, Florida. HARRY BECKER, Bole I Iwner HARRY NORTON Attorney for AnpHcant 11",: IIIHCII) no Bids;. .Miami, Fin. v 28, '.. 1-11-18 'They're getting ready for the Rosh Hashanah Concert." Cpf. 1964. Daynv Pr*ductieni IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9464 MABEL CLAIR LOWE, Plaintiff, vs. LLOYD VANA LOWE, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, LLOVB VANA LOWE, US North Highland Road, Qultman, Georgia, are required to file your answer to the complaint Cor Divorce with the Clerk of the above style.I Court and Borve a cony thereof upon Herman Cohan, Ban., 1310-11 ConKI,SS Building, .Miami, Florida, on or before September 28th, I9ti4. or clue c iplalnl will be taken as confessed. DATED, this Z3th day of AuKiiKt. 1961. E. I!. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the circuit Court By: E. II. LANWAY 8 28, 9 i-n-18 Page 15-1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notices. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I It 3-46#5 {or messenger ••nrice LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN th.it |l.undersigned, desiring to engage In lusineaii jnder the fictitouw names of i-e,iwie Ballroom; Blscayne Balli Dance Club at ;'•) N.E. lh it. Miami. Florida Intends to resIsi.r Bald names with the Clerk of the nil Curt of lade County, Florida. 1 i.VNCINt: i l >lll 1 UtATlON OF AMERICA A Florida Corp. M UIVIN I. WIENER %  Attorney for Applicant • • : Ainaley liuilding 8/l4 -21-:s. %  / NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 8877 JKDKLMIRA MARTINEZ, a k a I'i'lIlCl.MA MARTINEZ, Plaintiff, va* HECTOR A. MARTINEZ, 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I Ti •: Hector A. .Martinez r .. .Mrs Lux M ISaivia mil Tiffany street. Apt. .t-C Bronx, NY. You, Heotor A. Martinez, arc herebj notified that a Bill of Complalnl for IMvorce has been filed aKainsi and you arc required to serve a % %  "PS "i your Answer or Pleading to the I sill of Complalnl on the Plaintiffs attorney, Hay A. Munson, 140 Ingraham Building, .Miami. Florida %  >il file the original Answer or I'leadlng in the office of the clerk of ; Circuit Court on or before the i tli day of September, unit. If you '.iil in do so, Judgment by default will he taken agalnal you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. Tins notice shall he published once each r.k for four consecutive weeks :n THE JEWISH FIJORJDIAN. I "INK ANIi ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this l"th day of August, \.l> lv B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, I Court, Dade County, Florida '• %  !> By: K. M. I.Y.MAN, 1 icimty i •l.i-k B I l-:'i -:' %  <. 9 l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63M1B IN RE: Estate of STA81A OOOLD, formerly Known as STASIA ORZECHOW8KI 1 leceaaed. NOTICE OF PROBATE "Hi: STATE OK CI.OK1DA: ru AI.D PERSl iNS INTERESTED IN rilK ESTATE OF SAIIi DECEDENT. Von arc hereby notified that a writinstrument purporting to h,. the %  ""t will and testament ,,f said dece|>-nt has hen admitted to probate in lid court. You are hereby commandwithin six culcndar months from data of the first publication of j notice to appear In said Court ml Rhow cause, if any you can, why ai iIon of aald Court in admitting Id ni to probate should not stand revoked. FRANK ll. DOWLINO countv Judge By LOIS F. I'ASTdKKIELD clerk .rust publication of this notice on llth day of August. 19(4, HAPIRO, FRIED \ WEIL ttorneya for the Estate of ["ASIA OOULD, formerly known k -STASIA OR2ECHOW8KJ P' Lincoln Road paml Beaoh, Florida, 8/11-21-28. 9/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iindi rslgnetl, desiring lo engage In business under the fictitious names oi iliH KINS DISCOUNT CENTERS, II IPKINS MARTS at 91-9S .Miracle Mi.. Coral Uublis, Kloiidu Intends to registei said i.anes with the Clerk of lb.Circuit court of Made County, Florida, P1NETREE OF <" %  ir.AI. I1ABLE8, INC. KOVNER A MANNHEIMER AttorneS s for Plin tree of • %  • al tables, inc. 8/21-28, i-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. CM46-A III RE: Estate of CLAIRE OOCLBT I ieCI ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and A'l 1'er-r.s Having Claims or Demands Against Said I-state: You are hereby notified and required to nreaeftt any caslma and demands which you may have against th. .stale of CLAIRE OOULET dt, eased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dude County, and fibthe same in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florloa, within sight ealepose months from the date of the first publication licrcoi, or tbe atmae *• bibarred. MAURICE LBFCOB AdmiuisLralor t'.'I'.A. ES8EK \ESSEN Attorneys IMI Alnsley Illdg. Miami. I'la. s M-284 t-n NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PLAYOIRL FASHIONS ••!-' MIAMI at 205 Plaia Building, 248 KB. 1st Street, Miami, Florida Mill int.nils to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida. GLADYS K. JACOBS, Owner Relgel, Albert, Wplas ft Lyons Attorneys for Gladys K. Jacobs 8/J8, 9 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under ths fictitious name of SEASONS' FOUR at "i7"l NE 4th Avenue, .Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CEBU RATTAN OF FLORIDA, INC. HOWARll ItHIRSCH AH. irnej for Cebu Rattan of Florida, Inc. .'<. 9/4-11 -IS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 4C 9226 LINDA B. EPPERSON, Plaintiff, vs. EARL M. EPPERSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: EARL M EPPERSON 411 Alabama Avenue Kt.wah, Tennessee Tou, Karl M. Epperson, are hi I • by notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Herbert B. Wllensky. Suite HIT Itiscavne Duildlng. 1!> East Flakier Strict. Miami Florida 33130 and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of September. 184)4. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Itlll of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four con-ecuti\ e w • cks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND illtDEItKD at Miami. Florida, this ISth day of August, A.D. 1964. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida iseall By: HELEN KESSLER 11, nuty Clerk HERBERT B. WILEN8KY Suit..'.17 Blscayne Building Miami. Florida M180 R/21-28, 9 l-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HI:I:F.HY UIVEN the underalgned, desiring t>. engage in business under the fictitious name of CLIFFORD f.INi icri.AKS SERVICE at Hlaleah Race Track, Hlaleah, Florida, and Tropical Park Race Track, Dade County, Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court nf Dade County, Florida. HARRY MASS. M.l. JOSEPHINE c. HASSALL PrillOt, Marks. I.uli.le.n. Popped ft Horwlph Attorneys for Hairy Hassall and Josephine %  '. Hassall, d h a Clifford lllnoeulars Sen ce I'.ul Alfred I. duPnnt Bldg. Miami, Florid.. 33131 8/28, 9 l-ll-is IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64061-C IN RK: Estate of NATHAN BLAU .< k n NAT BLAU 1 lecease.l. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT. You are her.l.y notified that a written instrument purporting to i the last will and testament of aald decedent has been ndinltted to probate in said Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar months from the date of the tirst publication of this notice to appear In aald Court ami show cause, if any you can. why the action of said Court In admitting said will %  to probate should not stand tinrevoked. GEOROE T. CLARK County Judge (seal) By: MEI.HA C. DICK, Clerk IRVtNO CVPEN LAW UF+'ICKS Attornej s 825 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami 1'.. a. I. Florida First publication of this notice on illMli day of August. I9C4. 8/28, 9 1-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT -OF THi ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT _.FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD=. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 92S0 TINA BUB DILLS Plaintiff ROBERT F.IC.KNE Dll.l.S Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROBERT EUGENE DILLS 1417 Hannah Avenue Knoxvllle, Tenn. You KOHEKT EUGENE I'll. are hereby notified that a Hill Complaint for Divorce has been fll against you. and you are required serve a copy of your Answer or Pies Ing t" the BUI of Complaint on t ,i,.,. Plaintiff's attorney, SHEVIN, <;<•<• v.•. II, .1 T7I V NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SEASONS FOUR al 8701 N.E. Itli Avenue, Miami. Florida intend to register sii.i nani. with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. CEBU RATTAN OF FLORIDA, INC. HOWARD It .HIRSCH Attornes for Cebu Rattan • H copy of vour Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney SHEVIN, GOODMAN ; HOLTZMAN, :;iii Keybold Building, Miami 31, Florida, and file ihe original Answer or PI.-...ling in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ISrd day of September, 1984. If vou fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken agalnal > ou for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1Mb. day of August, A.D. 1864. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: Marguerite Moiford Deputy Clerk SHEVIN. GOODMAN A: HOLTZMAN M< Reynold Huilding Miami 32, Florida Attorne\s for Plaintiff B 2I-J8, '.i/4-ll NOTICE BR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 9403 ANN .MARY POLLACK BCHROBDER Plaintiff, -VsHAltltV L. SCHROEDER, 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY 1. SCHROEDER li'.r. Frirk Si i • • %  Ellin..in. laing l-l'iul. New York Y-.ii. HARRY I. WHROEDER are beiel,y notified that a Bill of Complaint for His. .lee lias been filed against you, and you are required t<> serve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading to the Pill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD MORTON, I8SC N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida and file the original Insurer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 80th day of September, 1864. If you fail to do so, judgment by defuull "ill I,., taken against you for the relief demanded in the I til of Oomputlnt, This notice shal be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH 1 l."ii:il>IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this L'lili da) of August, A.D. 1864. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, F.oiida (seal) By: C. P. COPELAND I • %  puty Clerk RICHARD MORTl IN 7825 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida PL 7-341] Attorn, y for Plaintiff v 28, 9 l-Il-IS MAN *c HOLTZMAN. 346 Beyb Building, Miami ;ti. Florida, and ithe original Answer or Pleading the office of lb.Clerk of the Clrc Court on ..r befi re the 2:ird day September, 1964. If S'ou fall to so, judgment by default will i t. • en against you for the relief dema ,d in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published 0 each week for tour consecutive we In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Mlat Florida, this 19th day of August, A %  1864, B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I lade County, Flor (Circuit Court Seal) B) : MARGUERITE MORFORD D.putv Clerk SHEVIN, GOODMAN .v HOLTZM 846 Keybold Building Miami 82, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff b 21-28, 8 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl I I that the underalgned, desiring to > gage in business under the flctltlo .names of OLIVER DISCOUNT CENTERS and "LIVER MARTS at 1|>Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, intends | to register said names with tin i Ii of the circuit Court of Dade Conn .. Florida. P1NETRBE OF CORAL GABLES, INC KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Pinetiee of Coral < tables, inc. 8/21-28 9n \i:< >N iw K fin KING, Plaintiff, vs. LILLIAN O. KING, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y< il'. LILLIAN %  i. KING Residence Unknown are notified to serve a copy of y.:r answer r, Divorce Complftlnt filed against you on Plaintiff's attorn. GEORGE NICHOLAS. 612 N.W. IL'| Ave., .Miami. Fla.. and filo origin with ci.rk .,f tins Court on or befi September 25, 1964, otherwise co plaint win be confessed bs you, DATED August 11. 1964. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk (sealj By: E. II. LANWAY 11. puty Clel k s 21-28, 9 IIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8370 IN RE: Of WILLIAM ALLEN THOMAS, and LOVENIA THOMAS, bi~ Ife, i'or..id..pti..n ..f a female infant to be named MYRA MARC1A THOMAS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, SAMMY MOORE, RESIDENT '. I'NKNOWN, are hereby notified th 11 Petition for Adoption of the chl Of li.nl' Wife has been filed l.nd J are required to serve a copy of yo %  answer ..r pleading on Petltloner'j A • tnrney, Herman Cohen, 1810 Congn Bldg., and file original answer Wit the Cli ik of the above styled Curt i Or before Sept. •! il-r 15, 1964, or d fault will be entered. DATED, this 12th day of AugU't, 1964. E. It. LEATHERMAN clerk if the Circuit Com t (seal) By: B. H LANWAY, lh-piity Clerk 8/14-21-28 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RICHIE'S RESTAITIANT l.ol'NCK at 18280 N.W. 2nd Avenue, .Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk .u the CJerult Court of Hade County. Florida. GENE PRAND1 Sol,i iwner PAIL KWITNEY of Sllversteln, Kwltney •*.Goudlaa Attorney for Applicant 4'.':i Lincoln Road Mall Miami Beach, Florida 6 I4-2I-2S, 9 I SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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Page 5-C > k i TRAILER SALES USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED 135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR ARCH CREEK LUMBER CO. INC. 15255 W. DIXIE HWY., No. Miami Beach Wl 7-3441 HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM RECORD BAR PAUL GOLDMAN & MORTON WEINER 219 MIRACLE MILE. Coral Gable. Ph. 445-377 v^*: ', >-• V —T^w*- ei ^ %  A Five hundred delegates recreser.'.r.r 24 national 'i % % %  ..— £6. .:. •'• --.'... ring outgoing Hebrew Yea: 5724 :-.cm emergency Ameri Jewish Conference on Soviel Jewry The two-day assembly adopted an 18-poinl prcc:~r.-. rail r.z for the restoration ol rebgious and cultura] rights oi Soviel Jews. Convention speakers righl included Rabbi Uri Millet presidenl Svr.raccue Council Sen. AcrrhaRibicofl Conn. Label A. Kant prCMridenl 5 r.z: 5 rith; and Justice Arthur Gcldb~ra. Jewish Events in Italy During Past Year By DR. JULIO DRESSNFR pOME— From the Jewish angle, a re\. cer.t t\ents in Rome starts necessarily with the proposed statement on Jewish-Catholic relations by the Ecumenical Council. It is known from the two articles by Cardinal Bea in the authoritative Jesuit periodical %  Civilta Cattolica that, as far as his secretariat la concerned, the preparatory work regarding that statement is finished. It is now up to the third ses-lon of the Council to pronounce its final judgment after eventual amendments Aoutlined by the Cardinal in these articlev I -es not differ substantially i 'hat ; to the -• • ssioo In it: %  irtant par" it contains I. > a strong d< mnation of anti-Semitism and a request t Catholi fighl tgainst it. but also admits I they have not always in the pa-t applied all the • ach ng • : all the resources of their faith • Justification Noted It was also announced in an unsigned of the state of preparatory work for I Council, published by the Italian Telegr.; NEW YEAR GREETINGS Y1YMA\ FABRICS IMPORTED YARD GOODS AND FABRICS 151 S.E. 1st STREET Phone 379-7131 GREETINGS IIERIIERT L. WEIXER. C.L.I. INSURANCE CONSULTANT 1492 W FLAGLER ST. FR 1-1386 GREETINGS FOWLERS Sea Food & Poultry Market "SHOP IN THE GABLESNO PARKING WORRIES" 267 MINORCA AVE. Phone HI 6-1711 MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN HABtRMAN NEW YEAR GREETINGS 14 Years in Same Location RELLE ME AIM ami FAMILY (SHELL) .-. s^ their relatives and fr ends Pick-up Delivery SHELL 0U CHANCE A Happy New Year 7601 BISCAYNE BLVD. Adjactmt le fke Cfcewctry Ph. 754-8702 Happy New Year to AH TO ALL A MOST ALEX M. HAPPY NEW YEAR SI TTO.X WTIOMZKh Sotton Optical Service HBY CLEAMX. 81C Lincoln Lane & LAI \DRV Ph. 534-0539 THE DUCH0N FAHILY between lincoln rd. & 17th sr 80 N.W. 22nd Avenue |usf west of meridian NE 4-5043 fktit FR • 4944 LAWRENCE DRUG Peter Kent. Inr. 2691 CORAL WAT ANYfH.NG THAT'S GOOD ENOUGH Mrs. Larry Simkin TO SELl IS GOOD ENOOGH TO and Family 'AKE BACK Wish Their Many Friends 170-176 W. Flaaler St Happy Holiday Greetings



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£i-lember 4. 1664 fJenlsti ftcridiar Page 13-1 ^ Technicn's Important Rale in Israel Today By MRS. MILTON SIRKIN, President Greater Miami Chapter American Society for Technion T -= Greater Miami Chapter. Women's Division, nerican Society for Technion. Israel Insti: Technology, now having a roster of 500 era, Is looking to the New Year with excil •Plan* Stimulated by the progress in research made in :• %  various departments and schools at Technion city, the members are dedicating themselves Iping more students to enroll and study at Tr, -' on. ,c Women's Division, locally and nationally. Us purpose the providing oi scholarships serving individuals to complete any of the engineering courses offered at Technion. 7 ward this end, a portion of the dues colI is set aside annually. The Greater Miami Chapter, in its short history, has already provide! ten scholarships. r the coming year, we are stepping up our ,f %  to enroll new members in our chapter. I\. new member means the beginning of a m scholarship fund. We open our season with a membership party %  •• King Cole Apartments on Oct. 9. This will be followed by an open mooting honoring all our members on Oct. 20. In December, we will have a function for life members and life trustees. At all these affairs. we will Iry to give those present a glimpse into the exciting happenings at Technion where •"progress is the most important purpose" in the development of Israel. has Ui in. • led MRS. MILTON SIRKIN JNF Evaluates The Outgoing Year Continued from Pa.^e 9-1 ship of Herbert Shapiro, at which time Judge Thomas Barkdul Jr.. Chief Justice of the District Court of Appeals, addressed the gathering. To broaden the reputation and history of the JNF, an Educational Forum was formed under the chairmanship of Miss Lillian Goodman, assist ed by Mrs. Miriam Press as co-chairman. The first public meeting of the JNF Educational Forum will be held at a luncheon on Oct. 13 in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Citations are Made At the annual traditional JNF Award night in May. tribute was paid to those leaders and workers who excelled in their efforts and accomplishments during the past year, on behalf Ol .INF. Recipients of awards were Johan L. Berman. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Mr-. Jacob Davis. Mrs. David Dogoloff. Mrs. Michael Feinstein. Ezra Finegold. Mrs. Robert Garber. Max Hecht, Sarah Jurkowitz, Mrs. Louis Lustig. Mrs. Abraham Mason. Sylvia Meyers. Morris Minov, Miriam Press. Mrs. Julius Rosenstein, Sam Schachno. Mrs. Wolfe Shklair and Bernard Silver. Special honorary mention lor dedicated service was given to Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Beniamin Appel, Eva Blum, William Bornstein, Isaac Donen. Leon J. EH, Harry Feldman, Abraham Fraidlin. Mayshie Friedberg, Irving Frost. Lillian Goodman. Abraham Grossman, Peter Heller, Sam Kagan, Bernard Katz. Harry Rosen. Julius Rosenstein. Meyer Siegel. Ben Silver. Mrs. Molly Skell. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan and Morris Yudewitz. FURNISHERS 4 INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Tila Rubber Tile -EVBY INSTALLATION GUARANTKO "-Phone for hMMM 2465 N.W. 76th STREET < %  >* 6-3202 I BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator *•*•£•__. BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS lll-VOI I BATTER1 %  *€. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue *£ ;*Z\l 8345 S. Dixie Highway wo oja TICKETS TOURS CRUISES I0LIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS I "We Ce" Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" |830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami M0 6-2516 tS51 Dadeland Mall Ph. 667-2524 GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Why be swallowed by the clock 9 Living doily in o stote of shock? Toss your core* into the seas. Relax yourself amid the trees. Big gome fishing all day long. Revel at night with win* and song' A PARADISE? You can bo euro. Superb dming for the epicure. Accommodations? The very beet in native charm (or you to rest. Whore is this place whereof we boost 1 Just 20 minutos from the U. S. coast. An Island called Bahama land Azure waters, clear sky and sand. Live like a K ing .. and be free. Come bock to the Big Game Club Ml Bimini. 9£2S3. /r> ANCHORS AWEIGH || ATEI BIMINI BIG GAME IlVlEL FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS ISTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Elecfrica/ Contractors IDENTIAL COMMERCIAL USTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE I PAUL FOSTER, president IR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING JW. FIAGLER ST. HI 82671 %  ki, S. 'd.iys A Holiday* Dial HI 3-0922 *>* r TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Yischi Heal Estate in AH Uft Branrhp* 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 FLORIDA FILTERS "For Fillers lit Florida Filters" AIR FILTERS & PURIFIERS MANUFACTIMfirS FOR INDUSTRY COMMERCE RESIDENTIAL SERVING Southeastern USA & Carribean "FOR INFORMATION CALL" FLORIDA FILTERS INC. FR 1-8625 3110 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Student conference at the foot of the air compression cylinders of Technion's supersonic wind tunnel. Greater Miami Chapter of the Women's Division provides scholarships to deserving future engineers at Israel's "MIT of the Middle East" in Haifa. Mt Sinai Women Help Their Hospital Continued from Page 12-1 ration in the hospital. On behalf of myself and tor the community which we serve. I would like to express grateful appreciation to the Executive Committee of the Women's Auxiliary who provide the devoted leadership which helps make our efforts meaningful. These are Mesdames A. Herbert Matties, Yale X. Levinson, Carl Susskind, Murray Kern. Marvin Silvers. Mickey Michaels. Samuel Seltzer, Harvey Salamon, Samuel Wiesen. Ralph Duber, Bernard Spector, John Owen and Edward Roth. Members of the Women's Auxiliary have helped to perpetuate and advance the Mount Sinai Hospital tradition of service. The gift of time and self has enriched the lives of countless patients as it has enriched all of us who have been privileged to share in the giving. ik* center 04 cvetutklnf i* Washington, D.C. Midway between The Capitol and the White Houia Center of Business. Theaters, Shopping, Sightseeing 150 newly refurnished rooms — each with private bath Radio and Television Air Conditioned Dining Room — Cocktail Lounge* tEST FOR LESS From $, EBB ITT HOTEL 10th and "H" Street* ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NIWT0N



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^ Friday, September 4, 1964 -Jewisti n-orkilan Page 15-1 Variety Hospital "Project Charm 1 Women's Committee of Variety Children's Hospital is launching Project Charm" next month to raise funds to help the hospital offset its deficit of $400,000 for tree care to indigent patients. Entire proceeds from the eight.veek course, offered by modeling chool director Loie Oxell, will go i) the hospital. Curriculum will Delude tips lor clubwomen plan ling fa.-hion shows. The group will lunch Sept. 14 it Chandler's Restaurant. Ill harge of reservations is Mrs. loseph Muskin. Cemetery Desecrated FRANKFURT — (JTA) — Police were investigating the dese cration of a Jewish cemetery here, in which 11 tombstones were toppled by vandals who also painted a swastika in oil on the entrance to a Roman Catholic church, and uprooted seven tombstones in an adjacent Christian cemetery. Dr. Abraham Wolfson pledges to the Jewish National Fund through the Covenant Imami a beguest of 5,000 trees for the establishment of a grove to be planted in the Baal Shem Tov Forest. The pledqe is made through Bernard Silver, originator of the idea of the Baal Shem Tov Forest, as Leon I. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, looks on. New Members Are Welcomed Temple Beth Am. 5950 North Kendall Dr., welcomes the following new members: Dr. and Mrs. Philip Brass, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Gene K-sner. Mrs. Audrey Gnat, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Trazenfeld, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Viener. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawrence. Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Snyder. AI>o Mr and Mrs. Raphael Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rubin, Mr. and Mrs Paul Leopold. Mr. and Mrs. LEGAL NOTICE Howard Dixon. „oseph M. Ragovis Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smith. Mr and Mrs. Aaron Foo>aner. Miss Lena E. Mullman, Mr. am Mrs. Edwin Cole, Mr. and Mrs Gerald Geffen. Mr. and Mrs. Bar ry Garber, Miss Arline Schemer Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pomerantz Mr. and Mrs. Barney Shapiro. Classes Open At Temple Sinai Cla^s rolls are still open at Temple Sinai's Religious School, ind resignation for the Sunday md Hebrew Schools, Nursery and Kindergarten may be made at he Temple office. Sessions are scheduled to begin >n Sunday. Sept. 13. at 9 a.m. Temple Sinai features a daily Vursery and Kindergarten school rom 9 to noon, staffed by quali led teachers and carrying a com ilete program at both the nursery ind kindergarten levels. Registration At B'nai Sholom Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW 22nd Ave., will have registration in the Religious School, directed by Cantor Abraham Reisman, on Sunday from 10 to 12 noon. Sunday School classes will bein on Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. Star of David Memorial Prayer Community Memorial prayers will be held at Star of David Memorial Park on Sunday. Sept. 13, with Rabbi Murray A. Alstet officiating at 10 and 11:30 a.m. On the same day, special Temple memorial services will also be held by the following spiritual leaders for their congregations: Temple Judea, Rabbi Morris Kipper, at 10 a.m. Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, at 10:30 a.m. Temple Beth Shirah. Rabbi Morris Skop, at 1 p.m. Temple B'nai Sholom. Rabbi Samuel Machtei, at 2 p.m. Star of David Memorial Park is at 5900 SW 77th Ave., Miami. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICK is HERBBY r.lVKN ilmt [Hi. mill, i-siutie.i. desiring in Misasa i" kitixinesM under ihr fk'titioiiK namr of %  LATIN AMERICAN CONSULTANTS I:,ii7 Pan American Bank Huiirtinc lii'.n.im register mid name with ttti [•I.Tk ••[ the Circuit Court of Dade oiinty, Florida. I'.AII. SHBLTON Bole KviH-i9 f-ll-18-SS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE ICOUNTV. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9655 I.IVII.I i: CARVELL IMulntlff, • IIKKT CARVELL I ll f< tlcl lilt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ROBERT C ARVELL Ti 7 Blmwood Road Baltimore, Mar} land VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that fomplalnt for I Ivorce ha* been • %  uKaln*1 you, and you are rilred (o xervi .> copj ,1 your Anewei : pleading to tald com plain I the I'lalntlff uttoroeyM, Sf'Hi | V -' 'l |J ANU 1 1:1.1 'MAN. 507 BlKCa) ne |illdlnic, Miami, Fiorldu, 33130, and the original answer or othel %  In the fflce of the t'lerh ol ("Inuli Court, l>ad County, Ml >n 01 liefn 1 he it I k-tolii r, p' 1 1 11 h i i-' ludgmi nl il !.. taki %  %  ) ou the T. '1.1 i|, manded In the 1 JWY Auxiliary Israeli Night Norman Bruce Brown Post 174 and Auxiliary invite members and friends to an Israeli Night or Thursday. Sept. 17, 8:30 p.m.. at 4601 W. Flagler St. Chairman Sol Koenigsberg re ports the program will feature a film and commentary by Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. of Israelite Center. Rabbi Swirksy did the film on his recent trip. Mrs. Abe Marcus will instruct In Israeli folk dancing, and refreshments will be served People Speak Forum Friday "Are You an Addict?" will be the subject of the People Speak Town Hall Forums on Friday. 8 p.m., in Washington Federal Audi lorium, 1234 Washington Ave. Panelists will be Dr. H. Clinton Davis, representing the Dade Medical Association; Mrs. Joan May. assistant supervisor. Nursing Division, Dade Department of Public Health, who will be in 1 harge oi the new South Shore Clinic when it opens in November; and Chaim Rose, moderator. Happy New Year to All Our Jewish Friends Bob Rondeau • Eddie f/ioj BARTOLOMEO'S MOTORS AND SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION 8498 BIRD ROAD KITTY CORNER FROM STEVENS MKT. PHONE 226-1422 To All Happy Holidays BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON "Beauty Is Our Business" 45 N.W. 27th AVE. Ph. 634-1140 11 Compliments of JEPRY AAETZ •I & II Al TO WRECKERS Wl 5-8351 2065 NE. 151st ST. North Miami Beach iiii r VTKI> imi, Hade C daj ol .%  % %  II I.KATHKRMAN rU r I'lrculi < '0111 1 Hy: C P rOPELANI) L)i • l.-ik '• 1-11-18-25 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1'TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA. ,N AND FOR DADE JUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9654 PT11. K I IN K Plaintiff vs. IN I.Ko RUNE lirfendani NOTICE BY PUBLICATION } %  JOHN l.i:n K1.IM-. MOO .Inppj, Itimd Baltimore, Marvlnnl RDU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that ''impiiiiiu for Divorce baa born %  >K in 1 you. and you are rereil tu nerve u copy of your Answer Khar pleading to amid complaint on Plaintiff s attorneya, SCHON-i' and PEI.DMAN, : %  >•! Blaeayna BdiiiK. Miami. Florida. MM0, anil the orUmai answer or otbar ^iiint in the office of the clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, MlPlorlda, on or before the "th if October, l>M Otherwise, Judspt by default will be taken against for (litrelief ili-manueil 111 theRolalnt. KTKII al Miami, Dade County, 1 thin 1^1 day of September, i: B. i. l:\TIIKIt.MAN Clerk of 1 ircull Court Bj C P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk l/4-ll-lg- K^/vitimi'i cs RAINES. Ml !•.! %  ;. •--. 61, Of S S'V r.i'oli St. Si I vices iii Bronx, N N Riverside. LEVINE. Samuel, TI of '-'-'7 fth Si N, wman. LEWIS. Edward II.. IS, of 8601 SW L"_'iiii Si S. I \ I •• In Salisbury, Md. Gordon NELSON. Mi-. Rose, o. of 1400 Pennsylvania Ave. Riverside. PLUGARD, Wllley, 7". of (SO NE l>t Ave. Riverside. ROSINKO, Sol, 72. of 180,1 NE IS6th SI Bervicei In New York City, Wveraide. 2UCKERBROT, Mrs. Fannie. 7. of S00 Washington Aw. Services In New York City. Riverside. Happy New Year to All Our Friends Jack Sreen'j ALL New EL nouito 3181 CORAL WAY PHONE 443-8390 Compliments of BLACK ANGUS RESTAURANT & LOUNGE JACK S/IVER HERB BRODSKY 17700 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Happy New Year 6ENER/U AUTO REPAIRS and AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS EREE PICK-UP & DEI/VERT PH. 621-1822 TURNPIKE GARAGE 355 N.W. 171st ST. 'In New Golden Codes Interchange Best Holiday Wishes from Miami's 100 % Integrated Financial Institutions LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK of Miami ROOSEVELT SAYINGS and Loan Association In the Edison Financial Center N.W. 7th Avenue at 60th Street Happy New Year to All Our Jewish Friends CLOYERLEAF GOLF RANGE 9 a.m. TO MIDNIGHT EXPERT INSTRUCTION IN WOODS & IRONS COMPLETE PRO SHOP Located at 441 Exit of the N-S Expressway Phone NA 4-7452 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALEX CUSTOM MADE HAIR PIECES "CUSTOM MADE" HAIR PIECES 2105 S.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 446-0332 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA WE WISH A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TROPICAL PARK TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALLEN ENTERPRISES REPAIRS TO ALL OUTBOARD MOTORS BOAT TRAILERS 7145 S.W. 40th STREET Ph. 661-0501 Mil. A.\ II MKS. Ill \ CUTLin Extend Best Wishes for the New Year to all their Friends and Relatives



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:>A *• *£•*/<#flrri^i^r Fr.-ii-.Philly's Jewish Merchants Hit Hard by Rioting S*ve=b* PHILADELPHIA — JTA — i** s oner* of Siimmi adli11 j iiMnn aated a laons of inaiiT %  < ek <*et*_i section for ike tut n Aast a per cent of wiwim arrecfced and robbed :::". i ::' -* Jeenat Oasasaart; BeUuoau Conaeil of en ere vjdespr* aa aanonx Jeans* "TV Jewish rioiiiij Beta Cwc. anal atari concer n ed over the pnfht of store keener* ho*e r : pre u cfcarxe* of aao-Sei Thar* even thuegh • :he aeifare oi Suuei thathe ork of -aoodkinu the avail theanoerre* of State and Federal ud u pit dap a the not in* and uartam order Potthe noting here like the other northand beer, condemned reurx;* and erric lead•.' %  -jent. Hoodlummost i* ;-?rm.:ted to aullif; %  -• of dedicated ork snrate oreamzataons. bath Negro and hUr. to achieve fall ecualtnr aB Americans We hare Pj confidence that the police •'tis I -,:: continue to Bake rj effort to control the sitnaBot pouce >nouM not he-i _:e • wwaB toem?eJves of State Federal inhhwt if soeh is and nece-ir> Above all. law and order must be maintained. T> rioting in tni city ttarf3 Friday r.9*!f. CW li nmj Wltil dawn *n Saturday, and was roram nw %  „, the hrvnt H tfc, „,. ten iwnrinr^ ... % %  *•! n ft] Jena* ^re*. the %  mr in reanof or m the sahart the area and t•>pes of woadee in front of their "£nr dad ov ne*s properties I ed by noe-Xe4r> ly destroyed de the police • in OKtit rhn i iaNi mil il n\aa; of Ihe attacks hare a T* i-xnted ont ti Xegrc •ere not harmed One a-owned depar-tr.the area had dap-la;*-: a t^n't iet them lose U Tne store a thorooghrj and much of Jew*s K***-s n *u t er*y au*1>orr*e mctudan* po4.ce sorted out — • "'Ovgn ma'. 9* &f sirt -esves • — ;h*d o*e tMV IHMW 0 I CMV.., —4 Hlf >nvnM cr.* im W. Ce*t C.1 A,c..^.-. c*.Wt Da Nat 'FARM OUT aar credit •ccaaals tt fiaai eaaifaaia*. • ••. Original equipment tires on new 1964 cars... a t the lowest prices of the year! MEW B.F.GOODRICH TIRE PROTECTION PLAM •j guarantees ever y BFG passenger car tire for 7 as long as it has tread/ No matter when you buy a BFG tire you get this Protection Plan! >•" w* >M p. f o. coPM. oinw St. W. HOLLYWOOD M)I7 Hc!'wocd %  ML •• S*.t* Road =7 HOMESTEAD soioo anna Ftd.r.l H-, FT. LAUDERDAIE 1130 Wot I'Ow.rd la N. MIAMI MACH 1700 N W aal leech Mvd. IN.E. 143rd St t • INUWl I CJ> I'ntl in It I



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>-JZ > imitt TVrHfrr Frirfcy Sancae: l :%4 r7^i?t7 rrmf* -..*-;!•. % %  < %  f F *r .tMt tn //r M. Fit** Mr -s •--. jac* M. F*nfc end d*vjr<-er <.*•** Jne ... Mr trt Mfi S~*-v f'lnw w.-v %  %  Mr. end Mrv At* EiMMff B. El Meh and Debbie A :' ;•• %  • Teat Mr, and Mrs. Paul Fatfca A H ; He* !'. %  Cantor nd Mrv Hyman Fain and Family • .......-, |• A H*ppy end /' %  •• ,-'•-•.•. .'."> 1 Or. and Mrv Lawrence Feinberg and Family •• %  • ; •'nds At' :,' %  'f*ar Mr. and Mrv Sherman Feinttock and Family %  • : jrien'it A Happy and Pr„i;tri,ui HtW T'jr Mr. and Mrv Max P. F.ld and Family v:\th thfir rflatiiet and friend* A Hippy end Prijiptrout )\ew Tear Mr. and Mrv Seymevr Fox and Family ... ., ,. ir j A J and P %  .• re Tear Mr and tArt,. M. B. Frank and Family % %  %  > :&' i •".it -•-. y and Pi per td Mrv Irving N. .'•'•. Tea* Mr. a Frankel and ton Earl H %  A '.'.' %  .'.--, RABBI and MBS. TIBOR H. STERN AND FAMILY wish Beth Jacob Congregation and its affiliate groups A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. MORRIS A. SKOP and Family offer their best w.s.".es to the officers a.-.d rr.embersh:p of TEMPLE BETH SHULAH for a Healthy and Happy New Year Mr. and Mrv Sol Frankel and Family ''-.• %  : and friendt A Hspf % %  : Hew fear Mrv Battic Feldan, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan and torn Pawl Evan and Howard Lee, Mr. and Mrv David E. Goodman and ton* Herbert Michael and Adam Jeeeph U>i*n tririr re'.alw a and frtendt A iiapp'i and fVoifirroui Hew tfai Mr. and Mrv John Feller and Family U'lih ehrir rflebfraj and frirndi A Hiippv and froipcrout H'W Tear Mr. and Mrv Morton R. Fellman and children, Barry, Shell, Letli and Seth WUh llirir rrUtH ri and friend* A II ..; HlUI Tear Mr. and Mrs Marshall Fauar and Family dnd friend* A Ha) P K'w Tear Dorothy srui Herb Freedman •f 12900 Ixora Circle, Keystone Pt. with their reiatue* and frxendt A Ha;; <;: /'prrow \ew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Charlee Freefield and dauahter Sandra •f 1911 Coral Gate Drive UMH ihcir re.ati' e i and friendl A Happy and Protperr,u$ Hew Tear Mr. end Mrs. Mortimer Fried and children Scott, Mark and Diane wuh their rrUinet and friend* A Harp: and Proxperoiu Hew tear Or. end Mrv Berthold C. Friedl and Family wuh their rrlaturi and friends A Happy and Prtuperom Hew Tear Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Friedman and Family uiih their rrlatnrs and friend* A llapp: and Prmperou* Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman and daughter Donna M fl their rrlatue* and friend* A Hap;: and PrMperOMI Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Harry Friedson and Daughters ; : their rtlatne* and friend* /'. H ( trolU New fear RABBI and MRS. BEREL WEIN EXTEND HEARTFELT NEW YEAR GREETINGS ^^^^^ to the BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE and Greater Miami DR. and MRS. JOSEPH R. NAROT Extend to ail Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL of GREATER MIAMI Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW TEAR RABBI and MRS. P. A. WEBERMAN offer their very best wishes ior a Happy, Healthful, and Prosperous New Year to the officers and members of CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM and to Jewry everywhere RABBI and MRS. MORTON MALAVSKY Wish for all Jewry and particularly the members and officers of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. SHMARYAHU T. SWLRSKY Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of the Israelite Center and its affiliated organizations — k HAPPY AND PBOSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. MAYER ABRAMOWITZ and Family Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR lo the members of Temple Menorah and lo All Jewry RABBI and MRS. SAMUEL APRIL and Family Extend Best Wishes for ; HAPPY NEW YEAR to Memoers and Friends o: %  ? TEMPLE OR OLOM and to All Jewry RABBI and MRS. RICHARD M. LEVTTON wish the lewish commur..' of South Florida, and particuarly the officers and members of TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE A Happy New Year RABBI and MRS, JONAH CAPLAN and Family IxHmd feeartfeff MEW YEAR GREETINGS to Temple Adath Yeshurun and the entire community 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



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Friday. September 4, 1964 • •Jenlsfi FhrMkui Page 3-H Rabbinical Leader Views the Community By RABBI DR. HERBERT M. BAUMGARD Greater Miami Rabbinical Association ,i ol the Jewish New Year happento I .,. \ ihe time when I assume my role as presi, %  Rabbinical Association. I see a tremeniork in which our Association might involve I Miami Jewish community la large but rmed, it baa great strength, but it is hardly nized to express that strength. We have a imber ol talented and gifted Jewish leaders, but have not learned to worked together toward immon uood. We might say that Miami ,, ,. -till a ''mixed multiude" which has not e a people" or a "community It is i erhaps typical of the erratic growth of [iami Jewish community that we have sevra | \,i\ strong individual congregations but no -trong assembly of congregations. We have many palthj l( 's who are able to give generously to iarity, but we do not have as strong a Federals we might have. We have some line individual Rabbis but a weak Rabbinical Association. We have some vital individual lay organizations. : i strong intergroup organization. The comarison can go further. Mutual Respect Needed Rabbis do not contribute enough toward the progress <>f Jewish community organizations; A'hile there is a corresponding tendency on the tart of lay organizations to act as if the Rabbis ere not present in the community. It is clear that we mu* : '" ^^**"* *^^jjB ^^H % % % %  *•!& JHgiH la ^M B ( Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Ira Blift and children. Diane and Cynthia wish flic: < relatii c • ends A Hap[ I Prosperous New Year Judge and Mrs. Jack Block an.i Family wish (heir relatives and friends A Happ\ and Prosperous New Yeai Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block and Family wish their relative* and friends A Happy ond Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. t. Blocker and Family wish their r. ,'atives and | ,-\ Happy and Prosperous **,'••: %  YI DR. HERBERT BAUMGARD we can't." The Greater Miami Jewish community has the strength to do a great deal more than it is doing. Let this be the year in which we shall discover the true depths of our strength. A Bond With Israel Continued from Page 1-H bassatfOr and the Governor in a gala and impressive ceremony. Planning Ahead It is to the everlasting credit of thousands ot our citizens who have responded to the Israel Bond drive despite the fact that the only assets of the people of Israel were their hopes and their dreams. But with our confidence and our resources they turned these hopes and these dreams into farms and factories, into irrigation and oil pipelines, into new towns and new villages. We gave them the tools; and they did the job, with their sweat, their sacrifice and their courage. In the sixteen years since the State of Israel %  as established, its population has multiplied more than three times. Today the people of Israel number 2 500.000. In the next five years, its population will pass the 3.000.000 mark and in the not too distant future Israel will have -1.000.000 inhabitants. How is Israel preparing itself for this substantial population increase? In the early days, when it was leading a hand-to-mouth existence, Israel was not in a position to plan ahead. Today, thanks to the solid foundations of its econContinued on Page 12-H RABBI and MRS. MAX SHAPIRO Wish CONGREGATION BETH KODESH its affiliate organizations and Greater Miami Jewry A Happy New Year RABBI and MRS. NORMAN N. SHAPIRO 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. ZEVI GREENWALD and Family Wish far the Mtmkort of the MM ST JIWISH CENTEI and tor AN Jewry A Yf At Of MACE AND JOY RABBI and MRS. SAMUEL JAFFE AND FAMILY Extend Greetings to Members and Friends of TEMPLE BETH EL Hollywood, Fla., And to AH Jewry for A Happy New Year RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Extends to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. ABRAHAM STRASSFELD Extend to the Officers and Members of Congregation Etz Chaim Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. NATHAN H. ZWITMAN AND FAMILY Extend Best Wishes to TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM and to the Jewish Community for A Happy New Year Best Wishes for a Happy New Year from RABBI and MRS. SIMON APRIL to the Jewish community of Greater Miami 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 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blonder and Family u i-li their relatives am! friends A Happy and Prosperous Neui Tear Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Bloom and son Stuart wish ilieir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New 1 Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bloom and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Net* "ft t Dr. and Mrs. Henry Blum wish their friends A Happy Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss and son Ronald wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew "tear Mrs. Yetta Bodenstein and Family u ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boroks and Family wish their relatives ami friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Dr. and Mrs. William K. Boros and children, Phyllis, Andrew, Bruce and "Amos" trisfi their relatives and friendt A Happy and Prosperous New 1 ear Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott and Family wish ilieir relatives and frien IA Happy and Prosperous N*w Tear Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Botway and Family wish their relatives and frien 's A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Edward Camper and children, Howard, Cathy and Carol wish their rel .In es a A H:r and Pi i '. Ye< Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cantor and Family of 14101 N.W. 3rd Avenue wish their relatives and friends A Happ-. and Prosperous New "I <. Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing Joel, Jill, Jon and Hal li iheir relatives ami trie I A Happy and /' New li. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky u ish their re nds A Happy and Prosperous New Ye< Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Chulock and Family wish their relatives ami friends A Happy and Prosperous New Ye< Dr. and Mrs. Mark B. Cirlin wish their relatives ami friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Ye< Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Clein and daughter Diane wish their relatives ami friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yei Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Cohen and children, Stuart, Melanie Wendy and Lawrence wish their relatives and friend* A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tec Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen and children Leslie and Gary wish their relatives ami friends A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Ye.. Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen of 51 N. Shore Drive wish their friends A Happ; N u 1 ear Mr. and Mis. Morris Cohen and Family Wish their relatives and friendA Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conn and Family with their relatives ami friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea Mr. and. Mrs. Michael Covin wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea Mr. and Mrs. Haskell H. Bratter and Family wish their relatives and fried Is A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner and Family With their relatives and friir-ds A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. William I. Brenner wish their relatives and fnei dl A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Bratan, Barbara, Neil, Janice and Charles icish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Heu> Year Mr. and Mrs. William Bretan and children, Jacqueline, Harriet and Stephen Allan with their relatives and friends A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year Dr. and Mrs. David Brezin and Sons wish their relatives and friends A Happy ami Prosperous Hew "1 ear Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crystle wish theft" relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea' -DDr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer and Sons wish their relatn'es and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. Louis DeCoveny and Family wish their relatii'es and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Mrs. Delia S. Delancy wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diamond and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew YeaMr. and Mrs. William Dickson and daughter Diane Wish their relatives and friends A Happy ami Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman and Family Wish (heir relative! and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Broder and son Lawrence E. Broder wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brooks Wish their relatives and friends A Happx and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brumer and Family ici.sli t/ictr relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Burger and children, Susan and Andrew Wish ilieir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dickstein daughters Sondria and Eunice Rose and son Jay wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dranow and children, Linda, Cara Lita. Jeffrey and Risa wish their relative) and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Drell and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin and Family wish their relatives and friends | A Happy and Prosperous New Year



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jday, September 4, 1664 fJewist) fhridimn Page 11-A By; EDWARD COHEN New Radio Personality Wants Balanced Show It has taken Lee Vogel only a few days to dis-. cover what life is like on a Miami late radio show. 'he net? provocateur on WQAM's ip to 2 a.m. open discussion roBTJ m 'he replaces Alan Courteyi ras known his share of unopularity in Kansas City and I Mineapolis-St. Paul. But: "1 have never had such a camaign as the attack from the far ight ere. They have threaten(I thstation's advertisers with oyci slandered management nit i • And the language. Forunati :. there's a seven-second ig between what comes over he l< phone from some of these •id what I decide will ulti nati go over the air. Award Winner Tl might make me seem like but except that I only use 11he cut-off when a remark is in had taste and offensive, not [when omcone disagrees with me only ask that callers do me I" courtesy to refrain from [group slander, racial or religious Ibigotr :act that Vogel won the eorge Peabody Award for Service in Radio in 1963 -cries of programs which resulted in the University of Minnesota's being cleared of undue Communist influences is not likely 'o make him popular with the right-wingers who made up the articulate audience of his predeci -~or. "1 have never been saddled by any gj up or program, or been i a propaganda vehicle for any one j: losb'phy—religious or poli: tical. In Kansas City, I did a series n certain churchmen and [their jmmunist front activities dnd wi labeled a 'fascist.' Leaders oj the DFL (Democratic•'ai ii 'Labor Party) in Minnesota i • c Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Hubert Humphrey nd Mayor Art Naftalin Ivouldi I appear on my program becausi. I believe, they felt I Ivouldi I handle them with kid {love! Well. I've never been |hc darling of any group, and I inn't be intimidated to be that ire. "I look at it this way. My busThe 1963 Publi for .. HAPPY NEW YEAR OIKMWV PET CEMETERY "iiTERATURE UPON REQUEST' 2101 NW 95th STREET OX 6-0800 7111 Ntw Year Greetings To All "Louie" Aquirre Paint & Body Shop, Inc. FOREIGN and OOMESTIC CARS FREE ESTIMATES e Honor All Major Credit Cards" NW 6th Ct. Miami, Florida PI 7-9681 PL 8-2391 I LEE VOOCt a real identity iness is communication of ideas and issues. I'm not just a telephone operator, so I pie-deter mine the subject by research or by bringing on a guest expert. The audience should be informed by this, stimulated, come away from every program knowing more, or interested in finding out more.'' Fret-Style Approach Vogel prepared for his role as a drama major at Carnegie Tech alter an unexciting boyhood in Long Beach, N.Y.. but sees no relationship between his radio program and theatrics. "Except for the fact that I re % search \hat1am talking about, I have a free-style approach. Controversy is only a result, a means to an end, not the end itself. I do not intend to provoke, but I am very opinionated about a lot of subjects, and I have verylittle patience with those who call and speak without really know what they're talking about. On the other hand, the effective ness of a program like this is that a reasonable opportunity be given for an opposing point of view to be presented." The lack of an opposing point i of view on the program in the past was brought home to Vogel; the first night—less than two weeks ago—that he took over the WQA.M microphone. Won't Tune Out "When I got through giving my interpretation of extremism. | Communism, patriotism, and so forth, the phone lines got hysterical. Apparently, the extremists had had things their own way and had been spoiled in an unusual way. They didn't seem to be able to stand still for an open discussion, or equal to the demand that they back up their views." "1 don't think we will lose that audience. The extremists may not call in with the same zest. but they won't tune out because they will want to know how they're doing." Vogel is hopeful that "far more will be attracted to a discussion program that is on balance." Part of that wish Is stirred by his desire to find roots in the community with his l Brazilian wife and their five children. "My father was Jewish, but because of a mixed marriage, I had no religious training *as a child. About five years ago, I chose to number myself a Jew. My way of thinking, my cultural inclinations, my philosophy of life were all close to Judaism: 'and my wife, who was brought up a Catholic, feels much the same way. I haven't established a real identity, but I intend to do so, and I hope to be able to help my family do so." rraiv QJVP A NEW YEAR'S WISH FROM Z1MMA1 THE YEAR 5725 RE ONE OF CALM SEAS AND CLEAR SKIES FOR YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES. M a-autaroo LINES^E-CTX Zini liner* S. S. Shalom. S. S. Israel, and S. S. Zion sail to the ports of the Mediterranean and Haifa throughout the year. Owner's Representative: American Israeli Shipping Company, Inc.. Pla/a BUg., 21.5 Soilheast Firat St., Miami. Fla.. 816-2.3 i Other Office*: New York Booton, Philadelphia. Chi< ago, I.os Angele*. San Francisco, Montreal, Toronto Happy New Year from Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation Makers of \lCER0Y Cigarettes not too strong...not too light... l r VICEROY'S got the Deep-Weave Filter ...for the taste that's ri g ht! BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION AV\ fTfie v/ffa&k of£&uxdttB m ZTo/xrrco &fa>t/t/r/J



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iday. September 4, 1964 • 'JewlstfhrlcHam Page 7-G r.. |( hP rs in this area. The Bureau implements a Kvstematie P' :m ,or adu,t Jewish studies-not-only | hr „ugh Its College of Jewish Studies, but also by .',',,\ ding program service to all Jewish organiza|i,!', for meetings and special events of the year n 00 k Month, Education Month, Music Monthtits central Jewish Library and its ivv audio-visual materials of films, lilin I a nd recordings. During the pa-t year, the Bureau expanded .,,,. ol Jewish Studies from the Southwest ,.,.., an d North Dade area into other areas, setI n u p definite courses of study in modern HeBible, History and Basic Judaism. For the school year 1963-64. the Bureau initiati entral Hebrew High School in Hollywood, zing two classes for graduates of the HollyJewish schools. Special Courses The Bureau expanded its teacher training pro1.1.mi by special courses on Wednesday evenings, %  Thursday mornings and Friday afternoons, both n content and method courses for Hebrew teach|i-rs Sunday School teachers and preschool teach|,iof Jewish schools. The Bureau of Jewish Education increased its seminars lor Jewish teachers with particular reference to the teaching of Jewish values, giving [live weeks of seminar training to Hebrew teach, rs and preschool teachers and scheduling individual school seminar sessions for Sunday School teachers in several of t.he Jewish schools of Miami .ml Hollywood. Federation Assistance The Bureau continued its popular television program,, 'Living Hebrew," concluding its sixth year of broadcast on Mar. 26, in an experimental approach 1 to the study of the Hebrew language, '.o gainan understanding and appreciation of iith the language and Hebrew value concepts. The Bureau saluted Jewish teachers of Greater Miami, who had given seven years of service to the community, presenting to them Certificates of Honor at the Bureau's spring general membership meeting, and added to this salute a special television broadcast involving leaders of teacher groups and educational directors. JOSEPH COHEN The Bureau again sponsored its annual School Combined Jewish Appeal rally, involving all Jewish schools in a special program of appreciation and contribution to the annual Federation campaign, and also expanding its interschool Keren Ami Council to bring together delegates of all Jewish schools on a regular basis to gain insights into the Junctions of Jewish agencies, and to recommend distribution of the funds collected weekly in all Jewish schools. The Jewish War Veterans of the Florida Department joined the Bureau in sponsoring its annual Essay-Art Contest of this year on the subject. "The Great American Jews." Awards were pr e se nt ed to the winners on outstanding essays and art work on this general theme. The Bureau again sponsored its annual "liebrew Vocabulary Bee," in which 15 schools participated in a demonstration of Hebrew achievement, and awards were presented to school "champions" with the objective of raising standards of Hebrew language education in the community. The Bureau's Central Jewish Library assisted in creating other Jewish libraries in many areas of Greater Miami, contributing duplicate copies Continued on Page 11-G


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^age 8-C •Xnlrtflcridrtor Friday. September 4 lggsl I fri How Israelis Will Greet Rosh Hashona By RAPHAEL ROTHSTEIN IN bBl • •:' the main Post Office in Jerusalem %  long table* laden with greetings cards have been set up Wizened Yemenites assisted by their \ihole far: '. East European Jews compete with each other for the attention of passers-by %  •et-veodors usually deal in such items • •>• razor blades and tooth paste But each • this time they deal in good will. Similar I er.acted all over the countrv In fl • -: Igogue in Tel Aviv, an couple do a brisk busine.-in rayer book: With any luck, the weather at thitime of and sunny: and sometimes the Tigeetes Jerusalem scatter the neatly-arranged cardA Yemenite patriarch trill bark a command in richly accented Hebrew, and '•ne of hiMNU will move smartly to gather their -cattered uare^And. as i> customary in the ing between seller and buyer precedeever) tran-action Existence Reality The \. %  Year cards range in size and sentiment. Some large ones depict land marks such .K.ng David's Tomb, views of the Old City and the seaport of Haifa. Others are gaudily deco rated with sprays of flowers, and many of them !eature military subjects—tankon parade or pretty girl soldiers surrounded by orange trees It may -eem cunou ; that a Rosh Hashona card -hould carry pictures of the army, but it must t* remembered that, in Israel, the Defense ForceTo the people's affection. The armymakes the young country > continued existence a^ reality The East European influence, in particular! the Rumanian spirit, is represented m lushj cards with pictures of devoted and romantic-looking lovers The written inscriptions range from] simple • shana Tova" to a more elaborate wish, for health, wealth, peace and general well-being One card -howa hand grasping a bankrollj with 'he sentiment "A year of wealth and prosperity to you." In many waythe variety of greeting cards indicates the rich variety of taste and attitudes emanating from Israel's many ethips Accent on Material The days preceding Rosh Hashona are more' material in .-pint than spiritual A walker in any of the towns or villages is impressed by the consumer rush to acquire all the necessities lor the proper celebration of the holiday The mood 1elated, lor Rosh Hashona marks the beginning of a long holiday season that terminates with Xbe J dancing and rejoicing of Simhat Torah. In the open markets, where ranth of the countryfood buying is done, a profusion of colors and smells delights the senses. Stall after stall offers vegetables. live poul-| try. fruits and other food stuffs. The sweet tittle] tangerines called Clementinas have just been harvested. Their tart, sweet smell give a foretastei of the juicy Jaffa oranges and grapefruits which winter brings. Selling in the manner of their j forefathers, the stall vendors accost the customers with promises of fine quality and the lowest j priceIn little alleyways, bearded old men lay] out their collection of spices, and doze in the A section of one of a pair of 3341 Ben Shahn mosaic murals, installed aboard the new Israeli luxury liner. Shalom, of the Zim Lines. The Aramaic inscription under the center figure is translated, "The beginning, not the end." The Ben Shahn murals and other works of art by such contemporary masters as Ruiino Tamayo. Luzzatti. Victor Brauner and Motte, grace Tourist Class and First Class public rcoms aboard the new 24.50C cross ton. 1.100-passenger liner. Holiday Greetings D.&J. PEST AND Chinch Bug Control WI5-7415 230C N.E. 171st ST. 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?.r !W +Jeni*t ftcrHi^r Frtcior. Septe-o* 4 Uappvf • NEW YEAR From LOUIS PALLOT NORTON PALLOT RONALD PALLOT HOWARD KATZEN SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA SINCE 1924 WORLD'S LARGEST B. F. GOODRICH DEALER



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^ # *, w ornan s World "afewislli Floridlian Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1964 Section B Y Names Mrs. Gordon Chairman rf" jns," say Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friedman (right) jndlers at the recent dinner dance held at King's Club honoring Sandier and his statf, of Radio 1 A bronze plaque was presented to the station „ public _srvice broadcasts in behalf of Variety Lpital." Mrs. Friedman is president of Variety omittee. n j ISABEL GROVE Mrs. Samuel Gordon has been appointed chairman of the County Committee for the Early Childhood Development Program of the YM Mid YWHA of Greater Miami for the current year, it was announced In Herschel Rosenthal, president. Consisting of representative parents from the Nursery Schools that the "Y" runs at each of its four branches in Dade County, the i mmlttee is responsible for reviewing and evaluating the preschool program that is offered to the community. Assisting Mis. Cordon are the following local PTA chairmen: Mrs. Maxwell Whitcbrook. Miami Beach Branch; Mrs. Irwin Christie. Miami Branch; Mrs. Charles Sand. Southwest Branch; and Mrs Lester Epstein. North County a highlight of which will be the Branch. second annual Family Life Insti tute scheduled for April. 1965. The At a recent meeting of the committee will also sponsor a County Committee, plans were number of fund-raising events to formulated for a number of major provide neeaed equipment and events to be held during the year, service for the schools. Cedars Donor List Grows Mr. and Mrs. Sol C. Shave. 1300 Biscayne Dr., Surfside. have added their names to an ever-growing list of donors at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Hospital President Harry L Lewis announced this week that the Beach couple have endowed the main hallway entrance to the first floor elevator bank. Shaye is a member ol the hi>pitai's Board of Trustees, and has been an active member of the Development Committee for nearly three years. Their name ha> been inscribed on a plaque beinu installed over the "Book of Heal ing." a fourfoot tall marble and i ronze pede.-tal designed to cite donors to the hospital. tan jaunt taken by Bon__J£aplan a well Jioliday First flight out of New Five days there llle Day. the French our New Year's |e with Champagne, fireworks And te for the Kaplans seventh anniverJughter Linda and ckman. who were jntia as Dotty and on gourmet dishes iD'Argent Next el. the all time high travellers Among ndelible impressions lg view from the atop Mt. Cermel; stop at a kibbutz; jss boundaries to Jordan, to Lebanon; surprise meetings from home, among : S. UON KAPIAN UON KAPIAN them Ral in Leon and Lillian Kroni.-h and their two. Mr and Mrs. Harry Hersbkowltz; and n n > i. n -; a long sought cousin _. La.t leg of the journey — Italy. where the historical ruins in Rome. Florence and Venice were given the couple's undivided attention, and a ride on a Venetian gondola served as a "perfect preview of what a cruise might be like.'' according to Leon And then London, where the sightseeing in West minster Abbey disclosed Mi\ amians Bunny and Jay Schwartz Arriving in their native I land the Kaplan's first move was a bee-line to a delicatessen for I kosher hot dogs to counteract all ; that exotic foreign food Alighting at Miami International I Airport, greeted by son StanI ley. the Brickmans and their three, Karen, Pattie and Kenneth, and daughter Rita with husband Eddie Ginsburg and baby Lynn • • It was quite literally a "candlelight kitchen shower at the Candlelight Inn for Lyhn Feldman last week, no thanks to surprise hostess, Cleo Hostesses with official credentials were Judi Maloff, Arlene Silver and Ginger Parnes The gathering for the tuture bride of Alex Green also served as a farewell meeting for friends preparing to return to college all over the country Round of socials in honor of the betrothed couple began with a family dinner party In the home of Rhoda and Morry Morris, aunt and uncle Guests at the gourmet feast with the exquisite appointments included the bridegroom's parents, Leah and Hy Green, of New Orleans, the bride-elect's parents, Rose and Herman Feldman, and son Bob Also Abbey and Karen Morris, the hosts' daughters. Esther Morris, Estelle and Bernard Lash and the James Stearns, Ol Miami Beach Then an engagement reception at the Feldman home in Coral Gables Among the guests offering felicitations, many friends from Temple Beth Am and Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Founder-members of both Temples, Mr. Feldman also served as pioneer president of each congregation Leaving next week for her senior year at Northwestern U Dental School, Lyhn and Alex will tie the marital knot during December holidays. • • Hurricane Cleo made things wet enough, but Carole Cohen was still delighted to be caught Continued on Pogo 13-B HAPPY ntm YBAB IP;HC. prosperity, health, good will to all RlDH : """" :f : m



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Jay September 4, 1664 *Mnisti ncridfiaun Page 7-A As President of the South Florida Council of B'NAI B'RITK LODGES, it is truly my pleasure to extend Brotherly Greetings for the NEW YEAR rib The B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges, representing the fifteen B'nai B'rith Lodges in Dcde and Broward Counties, extends to our brothers in B'nai B'rith and to all Jews everywhere, sincere good wishes for the coming year. May it bring all the good things of life: health, prosperity and above all, Peace. May the blessings of God be bestowed on us and all our works. May it also be a year in which more and more of our unaffiliated brethren are inspired to loin with us in the B'nai B'rith way of life, Benevolence, Brotherly Love and Harmony. ELI HURWITZ, President B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges OFFICERS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL B'NAI BRITH OFFICERS OF THE FLORIDA STATE FEDERATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGES President President-Elect Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President Executive-Secretory Treosurer Trustee frosfee Trustee Trustee Trustee ELI HURWITZ, 1009 Langford Building, Mia;ni 31 JOSEPH B. GORINSTEIN, 522 Morton Towers, Miami Beach 39 AINSLEE R. FERDIE, 2315 S. LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables 34 HARRY KERN, 225 S.W. 24th Road, Miami 29 E. ALFRED ROWEN, 2075 North Bay Road, Miami Beach 39 MAURICE J. FINEGOLD, 475 N.E. 50th Terre, Miami 37 WALTER A. APFELBAUM, 1622 duPont Building, Miami 32 LEON DICKOFF, 2910 Jackscn Boulevard, Hollywood JACK R. GLICK, 20 South Shore Drive, Miami Beach 41 ALVIN GOODMAN, 346 Seybold Arcade, Miami 32 KRANK H. KRAVIT, 1500 Bay Road, Miami Beach 39 IRVING SCHATZMAN, 2395 Lake Pancoast Dr., Miami Beach 400 •' resident President-tied Iff Vice-Prr sident Regional Vice-Pres. Rcjional Vice-Pres. Regional Vice-Pres. Regional Vice-Pres. Ri< ionul Vice-Pres. Rejional Vice-Pres. Regional Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer COL. SIDNEY PALMER, 3279 S.W. 8th Street, Micmi ANSEL WITTENSTEIN. 2430 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood EUGENE EISEN, 401 Riviera, Tampa MAURICE J. FINEGOLD, 475 N.E. 50th Terrace, Miami JOSEPH B. GORINSTEIN, 522 Morton Towers, Miami Beach ARTHUR HOROWITZ, 1141 N.E. 175th St., Norrh Miami Beach HOWARD KAN, 146 Marvin Road, Ormand Beach HENRY KRAMER, 712 Upland Road, Ofmand Beach LEONARD RAUCH, 613 Central Ave., St. Petersburg SAM ROBBINS, P.O. Box 586, Tallahassee WALTER APFELBAUM, 1622 duPont Building, Miami LOUIS OSSINSKY, JR., 155 S. Peninsular Dr., Daytona Beach RANKING DISTRICT NO. 5 OFFICER IN FLORIDA SAMUEL NIEBERG, President-Elect District No. 5, 3942 S.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida • • • JACK R. GLICK, Supreme Lodge Regional Director, 20 South Shore Drive, Miami Beach LODGES COMPRISING SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL B'NAI B'RITH Coral Gables Lodge No. 1682 LEO L. STEINMAN, President 1501 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Fort Lauderdale Lodge No. 1438 RICHARD ROSENBERG, President 111 S.E. 6th Street, Fort Lauderdale Freedom Lodge No. 2421 CHARLES J. KOSSOVE, President 950 N.E. 171st St., No. Miami Beach Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge ] No. 2079 ROBERT J. FRIEDMAN, President 1220 duPont Building, Miami I Harmony Lodge No. 2463 BERNARD LANGBERG, President 955 N.E. 170th St., No. Miami Beach Hatikvah Lodge of Miami Beach No. 2362 ELLISON R. KOSSOVE, President 1500 Bay Road, Miami Beach Judea Lodge No. 2500 HARRY ROSEN, President 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Hollywood-Sunshine Lodge No. 1662 \ LEON DICKOFF, President 2910 Jackson Blvd., Hollywood Me-Ami Lodge No. 2391 BERT S. BROWN, President 1510 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591 GERALD SCHWARTZ, President 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach North Dade Lodge No. 2043 MURRAY E. HERSH, President 1270 N.W. 179th Street, Miami North Shore Lodge No. 1744 JACK A. BURSTEIN, President 7800 Harding Ave. Sholem Lodge No. 1024 MARVIN PEARLMAN, President 1010 Langford Building, Miami South Dade Lodge No. 2337 MARK R. RUBIN, President 1099 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables West Miami Lodge No. 2249 GEORGE H. FISH, President 6347 S.W. 15th St., West Miami HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH... • to identify with the Jewish community • to help fight anti-Semitism and all bigotry • to help build character in our youth • to build an informed Jewry • to help promote human rights and human dignity • to work for your community • to kelp Israel • to promote good citizenship • to provide vocational service (or young people • to service the armed forces and veterans in hospitals TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY, YOUR COUNTRY AND HUMANITY EVERYWHERE! IE2J



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Page 6-B t-Jmistiflcr/dton Friday. September 4, 1964 Miss Vicki Mechanic Becomes Bride Of Howard Owen at Fontainebleau efci Mechanic, daughter of ..:am G MechanSU W. *6th St.. became the Robert Owen, of vYert City, on Seadaj Aug. %  1 •-PonUiaeUeaa Hotel. ion and dinner folS O'clock ceremony lb* bridegroom .the • n of Mi ir.d Ma John Owen, y*S N Bay Rd • the nupuais -ere Tibor H Siem and Alexander %  --ucisted by Can• Mamches. For her wedding, the bride sed a.'. err.;..-e gown with white kin and a carik-ma-cr e top reembroidered • satin -eed pearls It featurugtl ileeves, long chiftrain and a satin bow below The five-tiered IS attached to a ,.. and the bridal made lp of hly-of-the I white duch• •-i %  -.-. lanU in :lude U TenenTenri Gut Kaplan Linette AlMrs Harold ta ji and .'.:.Arthur ten charge oi guest book. KassewiU I: V-hers included Steve Mechbride's brother. Edwin nsburg Steve Margolis, San-a. Morton Yulish. Stuart •kennaa. Arthur Punsch and -•lei v.zrahi. WOR Radio and T\' in Vork. the new Mr.Owen is ate of Miami Beach High, ... the WMM a member of Nanal Honor Socien Student A %  if.* rraduate Business Society, and dicated Features. Inc.. and sm e versitv of Miami and a Master Graduate """ p Lamb on the Board of Director* of R av of Business Administration degree hi, social fraternity r. ^ Hospital Hai from the university's Graduate da Ph. lnternatlon al ac For their honeymoon. ,he ne officer ,n Beta Alpha Psi and York, he if v.ce president of S>n"Vork City. -• MRS. HCiVABO OWE* Council Senior Board and Anchor. graduated, cum iaude. from the University of Miami, was on the Dean's List, and belongs to Theta Sigma Phi and Kappa Tau Alpha, honoranes. and Sigma Del ta Tau. social sorority The bridegroom is also a grad uate of Miami Beach High, where he served atreasurer of Studen' Council and was a member of Junior Exchange He has a de gree in business from the Uni Pwfecffl ratwr TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem urvt plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros. Sreed made from select spring wheat flour .. contains no shortening. •UMPHUKXH "BOHEMIAN ITI e BAGELS • VIENNA • EGG TWIST e FIEMCH BREAD EGG ROLLS e HARD tOUf Make meat loaf tastier with Kasha/ HASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK BASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE! to: Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yan. New York MAM, TMArS A DISHI %  m. CERTIFIED KOSHER BY RABBIS CHARLOP AND REICHMAN Contains almost one cup of liquid corn o4 Another t.nr Piodi.it of s:.nd*:J BrDd* Lowest in Saturated Fat of the nation's leading margarines If your doctor lias suggested a diet low in saturated fat, this is something you should know: Delicious Fleischmann's Margarine is ideal for low saturated fat diets mam doctors recommend. Of the nation's leading margarines. Fleischmann's Margarine is lowest in saturated fat. Reason? The only oil in Fleischmann's is 100% golden corn oil. with almost one cup of pure liquid corn oil in every pound. And scientific research indicates liquid com oil such as used in Fleischmann's helps reduce the saturated fat content of your diet. Fleischmann's Margarine also conies l'nsalted. It's ideal for lowsodium diets, or for those who prefer a sweet spread. Look for Fleischmann's l'nsalted (Sweet) Margarine in your grocer's frozen food section. Ask your doctor about delicious Fleischmann's Margarines. Bett airtiriMt so a on .vest Coast In im I n cuoe (cm. Fleischmann's AMERICAS LARGEST SELLING CORN OIL MARGARINES



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"sge 10-1 •X ***/#> nnrirfrrtn Friday. September 4, Mrs. Sam C. Brown (center) is shown with 40 during the outgoing Hebrew Year 5724 held new members she brought in a bus to the at Harbor House. Mrs. Brown presently Brandels Women's Committee fall luncheon serves as vice president of membership. Brandeis Csmmittee Helps the Library By MRS. SAM GOLDMAN, President Miami Beach Chapter National Women's Committee for Brandeis University THIS past year. Brandeis University celebrated its 15th year. President Abram Sachar has called the phenomenal development of Brandeis l hiversity a telescoping of a half-century of growth into 15 years. Physically, the growth Is easy to see and demonstrate. The figures and buildings stand for themselves. Fifteen years have brought fulfillment of many dreams: a college library with close to 300,000 volumes, microfilm, records, periodicals and journals—all vital tools needed by students, undergraduate and graduate, in the development of higher education es entinl for research by the faculty on the campus What more logical task for women to under take than to provide books that are the tools by which a student fashions his or her education? \nnually. the Brandeis National Women's Committee underwrites an ever-increasing budget to -upport the library, the library staff and library Maintenance. The Ford Foundation has given Brandeis a grant Of $6.000.000 provided that there are gifts i>t $18,000,000 in a three-year period. Money is raised through annual membership, life membership, endowments, special and major book collections. Income-bearing projects may be under taken, but all projects must be cleared through the national office at Waltham. Mass. Gratifying Year This past year has been a gratifying one for the Miami Beach Chapter. Our open meeting in November, with Mrs. Chester Ross, national vice president, as guest speaker, was most successful. Many annual and life members were added to our ranks, and were given a complete history of the university by Mrs. Ross. Each year those members who contribute $5 or more to our Book Fund, are given a bonus party In February, a Book Fund brunch was uiven at the home of Mrs. Emil Friedlander. A glowing book review was presented that day by Mrs. Leo Mindlin. book editor of The Jewish Floridian. and Miss Sherna Simonoff, award-win ning Brandeis graduate, exhibited many of her beautiful paintings. In March, Mrs. Pied Lighte opened her home lor a life membership tea. which was beautitulU done with a background of her own art collection. At Brandeis conference on the campus this year, our chapter was honored by the election ot Mrs Sidney If. Schwartz, national board member. to a natfonat vice presidency. A surprise pan;. was given in her honor preceding a board meeting on June 25, and she was presented with a special book collection by the Board of Directors Programs on the Agenda During the summer we have held meetings and plans are in the making for a mother-daughter membership tea sometime in September or October Our open fall meeting is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 20. The first meeting of the Study Group led by Mrs Samuel Oberstein will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 13. The meetings this year will be held al the Miami lieach Public Library. The Art Appreciation Group chairman, wellknown artist Mrs. Alexander Youngerman, will notify its members to convene some time in No x ember. We are also planning one or two evening groups for couples to discuss the civil rights pro -ram Other informative programs are being contemplated. Our particular program, to add dimension and depth to the library, is the motivation tor every part of our activity. MRS. SAM GOLDMAN !!i.i.rS!:i T\. .,:„ 1...I--:.,,:I,\„ .. .ijl.'li'll IN GREATER MIAMI ONLY ON m WVCG AM 1070 kc FM 105.1 mc i 2 COMPLETE CONCERTS Boston Symphony Tuesdays 8:00 p.m. WVCG-FM 105.1 mc Boston Pops WVCG AM Saturdays 2:00 p.m. GREETINGS VENETIAN NURSING I CONVALESCENT HOME FOt All Tin CASH 1330 NE Bay shore Dr. Miami FR 9-7649 MR. AND MRS. NATHAN K. SPECTOR Directors GREETINGS A. & B. WINICK Auto Radiator Service SERVICE 4 REPAIRS All Work Guaranteed ANY MAKE OF CAR 3218 N.W. 54th STREET Ph. 633-1907 To All Greetings TAMIAMI PLUMBING CO., Inc. Jamet B. Burain Serving South Dode County and South Miami •525 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY Phono MO 74831 %  filllfflX' -..rc;"-:: :',i. VERN0N D. BOND Bond Transfer Co. f Inc. Trucking 2160 NW 8th AVENUE PHONE PR 4-3144 GREETINGS NORTHWEST PLUMBING I SUPPLIES Phone 6964811 FOR SlRVKE 12:15 NW 100th STREET DAN CHAPPELL 302-03 Industrial National Bank Building NEW YEAR GREETINGS MRS. V. C. PLUMMER E. STRECKER Truck Body Builders 724 N. W. 21st StrMt



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r, September*19W +Jc*0stitkrf(fgjri i, "All the people perceived (fie thunim and the lightnings, and voice of the horn." vails of Jericho foil miraculously after they been encompassed seven times by seven Ls bearing seven ram's horns, "And it shall that "hen they make a long blast with the B \ horn, and when ye hear the sound of the all the people shall shout with a great bin and the wall of the city shall fall down Strategist Gideon used the Shofar in psylogical warfare. "When I blow the horn, and %  that are with me. then blow ye the horns also lever) >ide of the camp, and say: For the Lord for Gideon!" Through Medieval Time* The ShOftr was still in fairly common use Ins T.ilnnidic and medieval times. Whenever tan <•! excommunication ("Hercm") was enactIhe formula was read, wax candles were lit (he Shofar was sounded. It was used to hcrthe Sabbath and to announce a death. The jlmud records that Rabbi Hammuna "chanced [be in a town named Daru, suddenly he heard note i>i the horn, and he knew by this signal It someone had just died." In the realm of eschatology, too, the Shofar heard with literally epoch-making effect. At end of days, the angel Michael sounds the impel with a mighty blast. Then Elijah the ophct brings forth the Messiah and the great len Kra is inaugurated. As the Shofar sings again and again, momentous events take ace: the primeval light reappears, the dead Ise, the Shechinah becomes visible, and the [mple stands in all its perfection. Philo Jndaeus, writer of Hellenistic Judaism, the forerunner of many cholars and philosophwho delve into the significance of the Shofar Rosh Hashona. In Talmudic times, the story the "Akedah" (the Binding of Isaac) was closeassociated with the Shofar. "Blow a ram's rn before me so that I may recall on your bclf the binding of Isaac son of Abraham and gall count it to your credit as though you had Dund yourselves before Mc." Saadia Gaon (892-932) gives ten reasons for he blowing of the Shofar: the Creation of the ivcrsc, the beginning of the Ten Days of Recntance, the Revelation at Sinai, the exhortann of the Prophets, the destruction of the Ternle. the Sacrifice of Isaac, cultivation of revercc and fear, reminder of the Day of Judgment, lessianic Age and Resurrection. Two centuries Iter, Maimonides stresses the moral aspect of lis command. "Although the blowing of the hofar on the New Year is a Scriptural decree. suggestion is hidden therein; that is to say kwake ye sleepers from your sleep and ponder rur deeds; remember your Creatcr, ye who have gotten the truth by preoccupying yourselves % ith the vanities of the world and have erred all rour vears in vanitv and emptiness which neither T^acr ^SrSexfJK= Page 5-E Under Secretary of Commerce Franklin D. Rootevelt Jr., and Assistant Secretary of Labor Esther Peterson were principal speakers at the opening exhibit of informal photographs and mementos reflecting "Eleanor Roosevelt on Her Own" at B'nai B'rith Women's Franklin Delano Roosevelt Four Freedoms Library in Washington, D.C. With Roosevelt are Mrs. Maurice Turner, of Los Angeles, chairman of the library, and Mrs. Leonard Sims, of Detroit, BBW president. profit nor succour. Give heed to your souls, and mend your ways and deeds. Let everyone of you abandon his evil way and his wicked thoughts'.'' Unique Piece in Service Believing that the Torah has "seventy faces" shining forth to the initiated and that every word and command of the Torah is enshrined in mystery ("raza"), the Cabbalist gave much thought to the Shofar. The Zohar (the Book of Splendor) gives the mystic point of view. The reason that Israel uses the ram's horn on this day and not on any other is because "we know to what place the horn belongs, and we do not desire to awaken judgment. For. we have learned, by word and deed, we have to awaken secret powers. Now when the supernal Shofar, in which is the illumination of all removes itself and does not shine upon the sons, then judgment is awakened, and the thrones are set up for judgment But when this Shofar rouses itself and men repent of their sins, it behoves them to blow the Shofar below, and the sound thereof ascends on high and awakens another supernal Shofar, and so mercy is awakened and judgment is removed." 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1 I Friday, September 4. 1964 vJcnisti Meridian • • %  Page 11-C Jewish Events in Italy During Past Year Continued from Page 7-C ,„,,, as obligatory—that means that such stateme „l should be obligatorily acted upon." Contribution of Bible \. n to give the right echo to Augusto Segre's equesl for a recognition of Jewish spiritual a | ue s the known Catholic Bible expert and judge ,1 the constitutional court, Prof. Nicolas Jaeger, speaking on "the contribution of the Bible to Western civilization," pointed not only to the indebtness ol the world to the Jewish people for Ihe monotheistic religion, but also tor the con. Icepts "i equality, of solidarity and of freedom (that were first expressed in the Bible. But Prof. %  jaeger did not >peak of the past only. He inIdeed concluded: "Such principles have a timeless value It is exactly the dialogue with the One bod, it is the brotherhood of men, the sense ol jid'arity taught by the Bible which will save the ^dependence and the free life of the spirit in the Ichnological societies of the future." Jewish Consciousness In a sense, in a world of true religious freemi, il will become necessary also for Jews to Ike more and deeper consciousness ol Jewish val\. since there are among us some—though few number and weak in argument—who fear that IwishChristian collaboration may increase the Limitation or the danger of conversion, or, in [more general aspect, that the decrease ol pies L. against Judaism would endanger Us sell %  irmation. Therefore Bruno Di Porta stressed the imStance ol mobilizing Jewish consciousness of religious values for the future dialogue among Jigions As to the opinion that Jewish survival %  exclusively due to outside pressure, it obvious[confuses Cause and effect. Fight strengthens r to a point—true; but Jews have enough pur es to light for which are more valuable than fight against anti-Semitism: to start and to Jsh (with a wide span of general human pure> between), there is the Jewish state to supI. to develop and to light for. Atmosphere of Understanding Besides, the Church admits the problematic at ion often connected with its missionary t as was clearly said by Paul VI himself in keen) speech: "While the subjective freedom hose who profess non-Christian religions acFing to their conscience is recognized, (at the F time) our faithfulness to the duties COB(cd with universal evangelization is re-afiirmThls is a dramatic problem, it makes part tods secrets." When pronounced in this solemn manner, one imagines that a frame of thought is given wherein mutual good will has ample space to manifest itself. Besides, SUCb a pronouncement by the Pope can obviousiy be taken as an endorsement of the declaration oi religious freedom, against winch much opposition from conservative circles had been voiced. Another proof of progress is the creation ol the Secretarial for Non-Christians, which will, however, act "outside the Council" end which will not be involved in the treatment of the statement on Catholic-Jewish relations. Itlield of activity, as outlined by its president, Cardinal Marella, is nevertheless based "on the atmosphere ol understanding and union of all faithful, which has so clearly characterized the Conn cil." Mis exposition mentions as-one of the possibilities ol inter religious collaboration "the defense of the religious concept," and such a pronouncement has been expected ever .since the Council Vatican II was announced bj the late Pope John XXIII. Cardinal Marella's article is at it> strongest when he declares: %  I gnorance, inveterate prejudice ami even a kind ol bad faith, more or less conscious, have deformed the one in the eves of the others. Vice was seen in the others where ;t less suspect and more charitable look would have discovered natural virtues worth to serve as example. Not without reason, the Old Testa meiit pre ented Job and Melchisedech, strangerto Israel, as an example to be followed." Vto the practical activity of the new Secre lariat, which is a twin brother of the Secretariat tor Promoting Unitj ol Christians, it is obviously too early to have concrete indications Objective Historical Studies Another step forward in the direction ol a dialogue with other (Christian or non-Christian I confessionmay be constituted by new instructions concerning Bible studies and teaching is sued by the competent Vatican commission. Among many technicalities it pledged priests and Bible scientists to apply all the means of modern science to their work. It will be remembered that the dean of the non-Catholic observers to the Ecumenical Council, in an address to the Popelast fall, spoke of the necessity of "objective his torical studies." and that the Pope agreed in principle. Returning, at the end of this rapid survey, to more specifically Jewish-Catholic contacts. I should like to mention the exhaustive and sympathetic report given by LOsservatore Romano to the recently inaugurated Jewish Museum in Rome. It was perhaps the first time that photos of Torah scrolls appeared in the official Vatican paper holiday Greetings to All fur Friends and Patrons iton & Muskat REALTORS 529-41st STREET MIAMI BEACH iPhone JE 8-0631 [Happy New Year *TO ALL EATHER WORLD, INC. |339 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES r Holiday Gifts pge & Leather Goods HOLIDAY GREETINGS ART PRESS J. POLOVIN OFFSET & LETTERPRESS 228-30 W. 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Friday. September 4, 1964 •lombrrs will continue working on neighborhood Manning and with the urban renewal develop.„,,„< in Dade County. I utor in the year, members of the Chapter lousing Committee worked with the Metro Comnunitj Relations Board in sponsoring a two-day using Conference for builders and bankers, addressed by a member of President Johnsons Comnittce on Equal Opportunity in Housing and by Ihe Commissioner ol the Federal Housing Adminstration. Members of the Chapter Housing Committee are now developing programs of commun\ education and awareness which continues Ihroughont the year. n Ecumenical Front Kotowing the close of the Ecumenical Council, the chapter, together with the Greater Miami Jewist) Federation, invited Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, of the Diocese of Miami, to give a reporl to the Jewish community on the Ecumenical Council. Hailing his appearance at' a meeting of the Jewish community as a "first," Bishop arroll addressed an audience of 500, which also heard David Danzig, associate direcii.r of the American Jewish Committee's Institute i Human Relations. With another session of the Ecumenical Council scheduled to get underway shortly, A.lCommittee is planning a series of wSfh Bishop Carroll and other religious ; %  !l ;:s with Kabbi Mark Tanenbaum, f\ 1 [gioua Affairs of AJC, to take • ;..' r. i ..• chapter year was highlighted by its anmeeting, which was keynoted by Seymour on 'Seek Justice: Relieve the Oppressed." Mrs. Aaron Farr was chairman of the meeting hich ;< President's Award ". in recognition I outstanding devotion to the ideals and philohies of American Jewish Committee and in apiation of outstanding service in the advancement of its program ." was given by retiring lent David B. Flecman to Julian I JaniS, Mrs. William Leone. .Mrs Milton Mar and Kenneth Triestcr. New officers elected at the meeting were Mrs. harles Finkelstein, president; David B. Fleeman. honorary president: Alfred Boas, Jay Janis, James R Katzman, Dr. Joseph R. N'arot. vice presidents; Robert I. Shapiro, secretary; Myron H. Behrman, financial secretary; R. W. Apte. treasurer; Lee +Jewis* ihridU&n ~~ Page 7-H -M-PAt annual meeting of ihe Greater Miami Chapter are (left to right) Seymour Samet, executive director; Mrs. Charles Finkelstein, newly-elected president; and David B. Fleeman, immediate past president and currently serving as honorary president of the chapter. Ruwitch and Leonard Wein, co-chairmen, Advisory Board. The officers and board of the chapter have oledged themselves to doubling the membership if the Greater Miami Chapter during a Memberihip Development Campaign which will culminate V. a report to the National Executive Board meetjig at the Kontainebleau Hotel on Dec. 4 to 6. 1'his is the first time the Miami Chapter has hosted such a national meeting, and plans are in motion for an outstanding reception for members who represent the leaders of American Jewry and for the Stafl of the Institute of Human Relations. Local chairman of the meeting is James R. Katzman, A Series of 'Firsts' Another "first" for the chapter is the formation of a Florida Regional Conference. I'p until this time, the only AJCommittee unit outside of the Greater Miami Chapter has been the Broward County group which is this year headed by Gubbi Samuel Z. Jaffc. A community relations survey was sent out by the Miami Chapter to Continued on Page 12-H -LMr. and Mrs. Harold Lewtn and Family ictsh their relatives and friends t\ Happ\ and Prosperous Hew fear -LMr. and Mrs.'Hyman Lieberman Roslyn, Edward, Francesca and Peter, Joyce, Jerry, Michael and Elizabeth, Lynn and Robert, Irwin, Myron, Jeffrey and Allen U tsh tlicir r* latives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman and children Laura, Henry and Rosanna U'ish their relatives and friend* A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Frank S. Cole son Stephen, daughters Shelley and Nancy Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr. daughter Lisa and son Sam III Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Luby daughters Cynthia and Jodi icish their relatives and friend* A Happ\ and Prosperous 'Hew fear -M-MMr. Joseph Mechlow wishes his relative! and friend* A Happy Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Meckler and Family icish then' relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous .\eir fear Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Medow and Sons IVish their relatives and fr,ends A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Ligeti and Family wish their relatives and friends ^ Happy a-nd Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. George Linden and son Larry ish their relatives and friends r\ Happ) and Prosperous Hew "tear Mr. and Mrs. James L. Mack and children Larry, Stephen and Diane Irish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Maer and Family Wish their relative! and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid and Family wish iheir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Herman Medow and Family of 1521 Michigan Avenue U'ish their relatives and friends A Happv ami Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel Lewis, Tobi, Steven, Rachel Ann and Beth Paula Irish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear Cantor and Mrs. William W. Lipson and Family uish their relatives and friends ^ Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Delsie, Iris and Steven Wish their relatives and friends *i Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Logue and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky and Randy uish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mamber and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mandel and Family With their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear Mr. and. Mrs. Jerome Melti Terri and Scott wish their relatives and friend* A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer and children Norman and Richard Rosen uish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer and sons Frank and Michael U'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mrs. Rose London U'ishes her relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Long and children Robert, Jonathan and Laura Irene | wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear \ Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lowenberg and Family icish ificir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear j Mr. and Mrs. David Mank and Family uish their relatival and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. George Manne u'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Julius Marcus •nd Family icish their relative! and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Mac D. Marks and Family uish their relative! and friends A Happy ami Prosperous Hew "fear Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyerson and daughters Linda and Wendy uiish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mickelson Joan Louise, Mori Beth and Weslee and Michael Krissel Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prospe*#tis Hew Tear Mr. Bernard Miller wishes his r< latives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. Herbert Miller and Family Irish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller and children Michael, Ronald Gary and Marcy Wish their relatives and friends A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Tear Lena and Joe Mintzes and Family icish their relative! and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear Mrs. Fanny Mirchin and Family wish their relative! and friends A Happy and Prosperous >s/eir Tear Or. and Mrs. M. S. Monyek and Family uish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Moore and children Bob, Dan, Ricky and Susan uish their relative! and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moss Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moss and Hugh uish :'inr relatives and frieti '• A llapp\ and Prosperous Hew Teai Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of 14950 N.W. 6th Place North Miami i' tn i-s and friends A Happy I H< w "1 .. Kenneth M. Myers u'ishes Ins relatives and friends A Happy and P .\. w Teat Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Family irish their relative! and friends A Happv and Prosperous \eir Tear -\ Mr. and Mrs. George Nathanson and son Arthur U'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Dr. A. Nemser uishes his relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Dr. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum and Family U'ish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear -0Mr. and Mrs. Leo Paul and children Ira Ettie and Tina irish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr .and Mrs. Hal Pearl and children Penny and Tony uish their relative! and friend* A Happy and Prosperous Hew Teal Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelzner and Family u'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hen 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper ind Family uish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew T< ir Mr. and Mrs. Lou Phillips and daughters Marsha and Barbara irish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont and. children Edwin Stephen and July Lyn uish their relative! and Jriemls A Happv and Prosperous Hen ") i Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve wish ih, ir filends A Happy and Prosperous Heu T< ir Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pred and Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman icish their relo A Happ. and P • V u 1 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preuss and Family uish their elani es and fru A Happy and P V-u 1 i Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happv ami P p< is \'.i< 1. Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Nadel and children Jeffrey, Bonnie, Ronald and Maria Helen uish weir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ochs an J daughter Jeanette uish their relative! and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and. Mrs. Morris Orlin and Family icish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Ossip and daughters Gayle Esta and Deborah Jann uish their relative! and friend* A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mrs. Fay Ossip and Family wish their relative! and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear -PBernie and Grace Pallant and Children and Grandchildren Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo and children Michele, Alissa, Jeffrey and Stevan uish tlicir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Parness and daughter Sheila Rae uish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paul wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear -wMr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin and Family icish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew T*ir Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rand and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Heu Terr Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin and Family irish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner and Family uish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mrs. Eva Reece and Muriel Naurison irish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Sy Reese and Family U'ish their relatives and friendl A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Don Reiff and children Ellen, Beverly, David and Brian u'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard and Family ii'sh their relative! and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman and Family of 4115 Toledo St., Coral Gables U'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Philip Revitz and children Roberta and Ronald U'ish their relatives and friendl A Happy and Prosperous HeuTear Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rieger and Family u'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mrs. Fannie Rifas and daughter Evelyn U'ish their relatives and friends Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Dr. and Mrs. Harry Rimer daughters Andria and Linda irish their relatives and friends Happy and Prosperous .\.u 1 ir



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Page 14-B *Jenisii fkwidKar? Friday, September 4, 1%, Hebrew Academy Announces Opening, Of New Senior High School for Girls New ofiicers of Temple Sine: of North Dade installed on Saturdcy night ere Cleft to right) Bert Berson. vice cres;der.:: Rabbi Daniel Lowy. installing officer; Irving Denmark, vice president; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, recording secretary; Cantor Chet Gale; Morry Swift, treasurer. Not =hown are Ralph D. Hollander, corresponding secretary; Benjamin Hurwit, financial secretary. Temple Sinai Installs Officers At Service Here New officers and trustees of Temple Sinai of North Dade were ;n-talled at a dinner dance on Saturday night at the Balmoral Hotel. Dade County Commissioner Harold A. Greene, outgoing president, acted as master ol ceremonies, and Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy officiated. In his addre.-s to the new of ficers. Rabbi Lowy called atten tion of the leaders and memberof the congregation to the new •Road to Sinai" which leads from 123rd St. into the Temple grounds, Now fully illuminated and marked by an intricately-designed gateway, the Temple's through.vay will be dedicated in a few A eeks. On accepting the president's gavel, new president. Lloyd B. lave. pre-ented Commissioner Greene with a special gavel "in honor of services to the Temple luring lii= year of office." Leaders who will serve in 196453 with Jaye are Irving Denmark and Bert Berson, vice presidents; Murray Swift, treasurer; Ralph Extra Services At Young Israel Dr. Sol Nussbaum, president of Y .11n %  _• Israel, haannounced that n order to accommodate the many lest: for High Holidaj seating, young Israel is planning auxiliary services at Washington Federal itorium, 699 NE 167th St, No. Miami Beach. Continuing the policy followed isl year, there will be no charge for Sunday School children, RabSherwin Stauber, congregation spiritual leader, has advised. Registration in the Religious School will be available throughout September. Sunday School, open to children from 4 to 8. members and nonmembers, offers a rich program ill beginners Hebrew, customs and ceremonies, and Jewish history, as part of the curriculum. Nursery, Kindergarten and He brew School classes began on Monday, according to Rabbi Arlold Richter, education director D Hollander. Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Benjamin Hurwit. secretaries. Trustees include Edward Auerbach. George Barr. Esther Borrok. Hy Bournstein. Samuel Bloom. Dr. Stanford Cooke. Murray Deutsch. David Field, David Goren. Davie Greene. Harold Greene. Councilman Leonard Kimball. Sam H. Lubell, Gerard Moss, Robert Popowitz, William Roberts. Fred Rosenthal. Sol Schrechter, Mel Shrago. Hyman Wiener. Honorary trustees are Harry Goldberg. Henry Perlman, Maivina Pollak and Ralph Whitehouse. Program concluded with a musical program presented by Cantor Chet Gale, accompanied by Deeve Solove. Among the record 407 children starting at the Hebrew Academy this year is a group of pioneering young ladies. They are the first students in the new Hebrew Academy Senior High School for Girls. %  he first such school south of Baltimore. Md. According to Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Academy, the girl's school, to commence classes on Wednesday. Sept. 9, will continue the quality, standards and ideals of the integrated English-Hebrew program given in the Hebrew Academy's first nine grades. Dr. Samuel Ersoff, professor of education at the University of Miami, has been appointed as educational consultant to the school. He has formulated an experimental program aimed at allow, ing each girl to work according to her own capacity and speed, regardless of age or grade hi outlining the novel curriculum, Dr. Ersoff stressed: "Durine trie critical mid-teen years, the school environment plays a major role in the formation of character and moral standards. These goals are best achieved by a high school that embodies a total synthesis of sacred and secular education." Louis Merwitaer, president of the Hebrew Academy. n an nouncing the opening of the gjrft senior high school said: -\\\. are confident that our Senior High School for Girls will be hailed as a fulfillment of a critical need and a forward stride in the d*. velopment ot future leaders and mothers of leaders of American Jewry." Plans are now being formulated for the opening of a residence hall to accommodate out-of-town students seeking this unique p ro gram of education. 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Page 8-B *.k*ls*ncrMk*n Friday. September 4, 1954 mOHMA WOMAN OF THE WEEK M nna Kline Lishte is an alive, vivid person with black shiny hair and snapping, expressive dark, eyes she it ax ^re of the possibilities of every passing minute and uses them accordingly. She was brought up in West Hartford. Conn a woodsy, rural small town where as an only chi:d .-he led a pleasant life, swimming, riding and sailinfl Always busy with words, she wrote and read constantly. At the University of Chi. where she majored in sociology, she was taught that the aim of education is to learn to think. This is a lesson that she has never forgotten At school during the war. she worked as a nurse's aide and did field work in sociology, as well as unpublished research. She went to Graduate School, the graduate faculty of the New School for Social Research, then worked aa content analyst and in mass media. It was at this time that -he met Lawrence Kline whom she married. They lived in Philadelphia and had two children. Jan and Jjck. As the wife of a member of the Young Presidents Organization. Monna went to meetings with him and through the women's seminars and group dynamics she became alerted to the field of commerce and business, which she hasince diligently pursued. Having a grandmother who was a professional artist and a mother. Myrtle I MrBerr.irdi Troub. who was a professional concert singer tht arts were no stranger to Monna. and she started to collect art treasures. A minor collector before she was married, she and her hu-band became very involved in launching a serious col-:nce Larry was national president of the Linen Suppl) of America, their reproductions had to do with washing and ironing. Along with the pictures, they ha-i a collection of old irons of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, as well as linen presses. Then they branched out into originalThe collection is now in the Giller Bu.lding as a memorial to Lawrence Kline. The Klines had moved to Miami Beach the year before Larry died. Since Mor.na had fallen in love with Miami, she decided to remain here and raise her family Monna never believed in living on the edge of a community She wants to feel that she is part of what is going on about her. As elsewhere, now she put down roots and considered Miami part ot her very existence. In her view. Miami is small enough so that one can function easily and young enough so that one can be part of the development of a community that as yet does not have the refinement and culture of older and more firmly-established ones. Along with her business activities, work on the board of North Beach School PTA. being active in the Museum of Modern Art and Lowe Gallery. Monna is immediate past president of the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service. She has been on the national board of Brandeis University National Women's Committee and on the executive board. She has done a lot of traveling which she has lound most exhilerating and informative. Monna does no sewing, no gardening, no knitting, but she does play a little bad golf. She was recently married to Fred Lighte. a noted fisherman, boatman and businessman. Many happy hours have been spent on his boat, "Peters Pop." Monna has learned how to fish, how to clean them, cook them and eat them. The future stretches before Monna crammed with new adventures to be experienced in the world of business, art and just plain living. Lipskys Will Live on Beach The wedding band used to unite Dava Louise Garfunkel and Michael A. Lipsky belongs to the bride's grandmother and also served when the former Miss Garfunkel's two sisters were married Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the double ring ceremony held at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday. Aug. 29. Cocktails and dinner in the Empire Room of the Eden Roc Hotel followed the nuptials. For the evening candlelight rites, the bride was gowned in white silk peau de soie featuring an empire waist line, with jumper-like beaded bodice of imported alencon lace and new bellshape lace beaded sleeves. The -heath front skirt terminated in a flowing chapel train, and the matching alencon lace pill box held the triple-tier of French illusion. Long white gloves completed the ensemble, and she carried her confirmation Bible. Maid of honor to her sister was Wally Garfunkel. and Barry Lipsky served his brother as best man. Richard Katz, Stan Cole, Monte Friedkin and Larry Lipsky were groomsmen. Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sam Garfunkel. 8951 Abbott Ave.. the new Mrs. Lipsky is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended the University of Florida. A practising attorney in Miami, the bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Florida LawSchool. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Alpha Delta, law fraternity. Dade County and American Bar Associations, and the American Judicature Society. He is the -on of Mrs. Edna Woikowsky and Joseph Lipsky. both of Miami. Following a honeymoon in Puerto Rico, the newly married couple will live at 1542 Drexel Ave. TO ALL OUR MANY FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR JACQUES DONNET ORCHESTRA \\ -: if-r-K;i hit MRS. KXHAH UPSKV 1: \ MRS. S7UART HUNS Ellins, Golden In Wedding Vows The marriage of Lynn Sharon Golden and Stuart Ralph Ellens took place Sunday, Aug. 23. at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Golden. 1000 Biarritz Dr Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of Temple Menorah. officiated at the ceremony. The bride was graduated trom North Miami High School The bridegroom was graduated from Miami Beach High School and now attends Dade Junior College, where he is a member ut Phi Theta Kappa Fraternity He is the -son of Mrs. Mary Elk nThe couple will live in M Rudnick's Reveal Marilyn's Troth Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rudr.ick, 740 Madeira Ave.. 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Fl — Phen* TU S-2479 Outstanding Events of Past Hebrew Year C fh miaat tr+m P 7-0 m the Nazi period Roll Hoctahutn s The Depot}," as*rted that Pope Pius XII had remained silent in rbe face of the monstrous Nazi decimation of 6.W0.M& European Jevnsh men. women and children. The implicit theme of the play ws that, had the Pope spoken out in condemnation, thousands of Jewish hves misht have been saved The play touched off noting in most European cities but opened for an extended run on Broadway with no greater protest than picketing. Among the defenders of the late Pontiff uere many Catholic figures, including some in the Vatican, which published a variety of documents designed to prove that Pope Pius did all he could without risking Nan reprisalagain>t Catholics. The debate appeared certain to continue and to stir profound emotions among both Catholics and Jewfin the American scene, there was an extra ordinary' upsurge of concern for the future ol American Jewry. Jewry so blessed with freedom and opportunity as to seem to preclude any pe-siml-m. But it waju-t this freedom, it appeared, which contained a threat equally without parallel in Jewish history: Could Jews, long trained to %  urvive in adversity, survive in Americaunprecedentedly open society' Fertility a Problem Data on mixed marriages—admittedly hap hazard and incomplete—suggested that American Jews were using their unmatched access to the general .-ociety not only to mingle with non-Jews but also to marry them. Data on American Jewih fertility suggested that Jews were not reproducing themselves as a group. Putting the two presumed facts together, pessimists wondered whether this American Jewry was not likely to be. if not the last, at least the next to the last is Jewish history. That Jews should be concerned was understandable; what was unique wu a similar expression of concern by non-Jews, in the form of an article in Look magazine, discussing the data on mixed marriages and declining Jfi-h fertility. The article, apparently the first on such a subject in a mass-circulation magazine in the United States, was written from an unmistakable stance of concern that a valuable national asset might be lost to the American society if the fears proved to be factual. Another major American development was the struggle over the Supreme Court ban on sectarian Christian practices in the public schools The organized Jewish position—resoundingly sustained in the Supreme Court rulings—ha-been that such practices breach the wall of churchstate separation, expose children of minority groups to undesirable pressures and seek to shift the responsibility of religious education from the At the recent dedication ceremonies : the monument erected on the site where 6".'. ~.00 Polish Jews were exterminated by (he Mazis in the Treblinica Concentration C i -.?, James P. Rice (right;, executive direct of United Hias Service, end Gaynor Jacc director of European and North Africcr Operations of the worldwide migrction ac? .:y, were among the representatives of Je>.sh organizations present. The Treblink: -.?mortal consists of a large central stone .N ith a huge engraved menorah. which is ;urrounded by tombstones bearing the r.cnee of cities and villages from which the JOlinka victims had been rounded up. home and house of worship to the preibly ronsectanan public school. Foes of the S me Court ban forced the Hou=e Judiciary Corr n ttet to consider a series of proposed con-tr iai amendments to void the ban. In weeks o r -public hearings, a wide variety of Christian i.:rch spokesmen, appearing before the committe-. -u. tained the Jewish position with such vigor U lo make it unlikely that any of the aruen" -:iiwould emerge with a committee endorserr • • ror Hou-e approval. Ethkoi Vtaita LH In another major event. Premier Le> Slhkol made a whirlwind 12-day visit to the United States, the first by an Israeli Premier on %  • Mai invitation from an American President. 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Seat Covers f) Convertible Tops 0 Complete Interiors 543 NW 36 STREET Phone 754-6681 NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI nWVMIil CO. 165 MADEIRA AVENUE CORAL GABLES Tel. 448-7556 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS MR. and MRS. ALEXANDER S. GORDON and FAMILY MANNCRAFT EXHIBITORS SERVICE 720 ALTON ROAD Phone 532-5531 Miami Beach, Florida A Re examination of Old Miracles Today 1 By ROBERT APPEL F an) one point can be fixed m the life experience "i the American Jew where doubt first seta in aboul the valkllt) ol Judaism, it la probably when, ai a college student, he was asked or asked himself: "Did the miracles described in the old Testament really happen?' Nowadays, the point may be earlier, considering the response ol the typical schoolboy to man's extradordlnarj scientific mastery ol the natural world and the correspondingl) immense prestige ol science and the scientific method. Reform Judaism has disposed ol the problem ol the believability of the Biblical miracles bj Ignoring it. As a Long Island Reform robin has put it: "The present-day congregant who ask> seriously about Elijah's ravens or the manna is -reeled with raised eyebrows on the part Of his fellows and a short, condescending answer from his rabbi." Easy Answers As Rabbi Alton Winters, of Glen Cove. NY.. sees it. "In Judaism the miracle is peripheral," and Reform Jews should presumably be grateful for this "dispensability" of the supernatural. But he also contends, in a recent issue of the (.'CAR Journal, that Reform Judaism may have "lost something worthwhile, even precious, by not having to conlront the question." Specifically, when the "modern rabbi" asks himself what part mir acles play in the Bible, he is too likely "to accept the easy answers First, according to one ol the easy answers. the miraculous explanation was characteristic of Biblical times. "That was the way they thought about things in those days The other "easj answer" is that anything out of the ordinary was accounted for "by being called a wonder or a sign." From the Reform viewpoint. Kabbi Winters notes, both answers "are essentially true." but there are still two motives for the use of miracles in the Old Testament which Reform Jews "have missed because of our casual attitude." Philosophy of History It is probably wrong, he continues, "to speak of a Biblical writer, a Biblical theology." but he believes that there really "does seem to be one unifying idea throughout nearly all the books of the Holy Scripture" which he calls "the Biblical philosophy of history." From that viewpoint, he argues, the "people who wrote and edited'" the Old Testament "were afraid of human heroes." They point out "with embarrassing candor the faults, foibles and sins of our ancestors." Their objective was to proPlaywright-producer Dore Schary (center national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. is made a life member of the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People in special ceremonies in New York. Roy Wilkins NAACP executive secretary, looks on while Kivie Kaplan (left), national life member ship chairman of the association and a member of ADL's New England Board, presents the life membership pin. jeel the idea thai "imperfect man provide.th dark background of contrast to set otf the brighi Ibid. God." The Biblical writer, therefor* needed divine intervention "to expound the view of history." "As in the case of the miracles." Rabbi Wir terasserts, "humanist-naturalist thinkers have found wayaround this central idea" of the Old Testament The approach is that some of "these sinning folks" are considered as the greatest r> ligious geniuses who ever lived. Therefore. "i( they, normal people, could live and still achieve the spiritual and ethical heights, then there is still hope lor us." This widely applied approach, according to Rabbi Winters, "comprises the nudrash of moo ern Judaism" but one of its consequences is that those Jews who believe in this "midrash' no longer "see God as the only true Hero of his tory, Thus they no longer comprehend history as the arena in which God's heroism is display ed." A theological loss of such proportions "is Continued on Page 15-C Season's Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons GUNN RADIO & TV Repairs on All Makes Visit Our New Location 1120 Lincoln Road Mall Phone JE 1-1932 BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE FR 4-8181 1340 Biscayne Blvd., Miami MR. LEO CIMENT •f thi DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO. 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^ "Jewish Floridian ._ Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1964 Section G ederation: Big Business for Human Welfare By SIDNEY LEFCOURT, President Greater Miami Jewish Federation pECENTLY, I read an article quoting the na%  tionallynoted financier. Irving W, Rabb. of iston. who stated that Jewish Federations toay are "'big business indeed—even in an era ot -trononucal numbers." In the past 25 years, almost three billion dol. rs have been raised in the United States. The :nt I make here is that Federation is every• ody's business, and supporting and working tor : ederation in an "era of big business." is a good investment for everyone. Apresident of the Creater Miami Jewish federation, which has made available over 26 • illion dollars in 25 years to our local commun to national agencies, and to the I'nited Jew•n Appeal overseas, I can vouch for the divi. nds that have been repaid to us in return tor i philanthropy. The Major Dividends These dividends include millions of lives sav• .I overseas, the rebuilding of the Jewish homend in Israel and the opportunity to begin a new life for men, women and children brought >m countries of oppression to Israel and other nds of freedom throughout the world. Here in Miami, our dividends include the ..-owth ot health and welfare services to meet the needs of our Jewish community, the expansion of the Home lor the Aged, additional free cinics at Mount Sinai Hospital, the growth ot ie Hebrew High School of the Bureau of Jewh Education, expanded vocational training and rehabilitation for the handicapped at the Jewish Vocational Service, expanded family and child counseling by the Jewish Family and Children's Service, and outstanding early childhood developed programs of the YM and YWHA. Substantial Strides Continued support of the immigration and retption work of the National Council of Jewish Women is among the dividends that have accrued ., us through our investment in the Greater Miami ewish Federation. Support of the human rights .,nd defen>e agencies, such as the American Jew-n Congress, the American Jewish Committee. the Anti-Defamation League and the Jewish War \eterans. are annual dividends in working for a Religious School students engage in a contest under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Education here. A patient receives a helping hand from a nurse at Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, a principal Federation beneficiary. SIDNEY LEFCOURT better community and a better life for our fami lies. Our Federation, through your investment, has taken substantial strides in planning for the future growth and development of our community. As the central source for budgeting, planning and tund-raising. we of Federation are prudently investing your dollars to not only work toward meeting Miami's current needs, but also to build institutions and programs to meet the vastly-increasing health and welfare needs that the future population growth is certain to bring. As Federation grows in stature and provides leadership for our Jewish community and for the voluntary health and welfare services that better the community, we become more aware of the importance and the wisdom of our investment. The scope of Federation's role as the central budgeting, planning and fund-raising instrument of our Jewish community brings to all of us great responsibilities and the challenge of future service to the community. We are faced with a dual task—that of raining sufficient iunds to meet the community's current health and welfare needs and. at the same time, we must plan for the facilities and programs that will provide better and more efficient service to all in the next decade or two. Going Forward As we stand on the threshold of the New Year. 1 see not only a New Year for Federation, but the promise of a new era in service to the community. 1 see Federation going forward on all fronts to serve the future needs of Miami's growing population. I sec our Combined Jewish Appeal campaign opening the door to new support from many quarters, including the business community, residents, young men and women, and all divisions. Having recently commemorated the 25th anniversarv of our Greater Miami Jewish Federation, we are now looking forward to the next 25 years of service by studying the many voluntary programs and services which Federation will be called upon to perform in the next quarter of a century. A Ion.: stride in this direction was lecently taken by the passage of an amendment creating a Legacies and Development Committee of the Federation. This special program will seek grants and bequests to provide capitalization tor the future growth of our Federation agencies and help to strengthen their role in the Miami community, increased research, the introduction of new programs and services, and the implementation ot Federation services to meet the rapid growth and pace of today's modern world will be provided by the legacy program. The future holds many exciting developments, plans and programs to help Federation better our family life and our community. Through the Legacies and Development Committee, we can be assured that we have the necessary reserve funds to undertake these special programs. Community Growth As the picture of our community changes so. too. does the role of the Federation and its agen cies in providing the most efficient means ot service for our aged, for our ill, for troubled families, and for the many other problems which are brought to our institutions each day. So that we can be assured that each dollar given to Federation and the Combined Jewish Appeal will have maximum usage, we have created the Ten-Year Capital Needs Committee to evaluate future needs The recommendations of this committee will help to guide the Federation and its agencies, not only in the erection of buildings better to serve the community, but also in the planning and functional design of these buildings, their location, their equipment, and their programs. This Continued on Page 2-G The aged find new purpose in their lives in the friendships they make at the Jewish Home for the Aged.



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^ tlewiistti Floradian Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1964 Section F 'The Ceremonies of the Jews," by Bernard Picard i OL Sacrifice of "WoMLj fL caswre on By OR. HELEN HIRSCH THE uniqueness of our monotheistic religion has. from its very inception, stressed good behavior more than purely ritualistic sacrifices. The Prophet Micah (6:7) asks doubtfully: "Will the Lord be pleased with thousands of rams?" thus pointing to the greater importance of spiritual sacrifices. Yom HaKodosh A significant though less familiar name tor the Day of Atonement is Yom Ha Kodosh mean ing -The Holy Day The truly astonishing appeal of this holiest day. the overcrowded houses Of worship throughout the world, the severe sacrifice Of all earthly pleasure* lor one long day. prove dearly in our modern life of drab reality, the rediscovery of man of a latent, deeply religious feeling: for down in man's heart, there slumbers an eternal yearning for the wonderful world of the spirit By nature, mortal man is a mystic. The rigorous laws govern the Day of Atonement awake trembling awe and a solid core of religious feelings which prepare us to meet our Creator. "Pre pare to meet thy God, O Israel" thunders the Prophet Amos (4:13). The millennia-old prayers, the somber mood of worship, take the worshippers back to the earlist times of our people and of the entire human race. Thus Yom Kippur. the holiest day in the Jewish year with its powerful eternal appeal, sternly reminds us that true religion can be understood only as an owe-inspiring experience ol the Divine in our inmost heart, for in them lies Uom <^J\i ion pp ur "the Judge" as well as "the actions to be judged The solemn worship grants the human soul the unique opportunity to be alone with its Creator and brings mortal man nearer to God to try to understand His ways. Day of Purification Thus the most sacred of days utters the sublimest voice of an ethical religion. No other nation, ancient or modern, has ceremonies and rit uals approaching those of Yom Kippur in reli -Kiu~ depth, a day of purification and of turning away from sin for which lorgiveness is granted through the grace of a merciful God who holds Hue penitence in high esteem. Thus Yom Kippur has become an eternal symbol of true repentence and its man-redeem ins rewards.



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Fridc 8 mber 4, 1964 +Jenisii Hcridfiatr Page 13-F { Hi's Pavilicn at the N.Y. World's Fair lv fr garden in the copper, eral a brat,] glass latoi] ma soup,i Continued from Page 3-F Lps to nuts—from isrcal's leading manBra featured. [to cpen-air stalls in the Mall, an air! store has been set up in the Pavilion's where Israel gourmet foods, fashions items arc on sale. Gift Items Featured jpping mall features gift items. Witharea are three departments, one for ass and olive wood items; one for genpodise such as bowls, platters, candelsmokers items; and one for china, (ceramics. urmet shop features candies and chocoElite and Lieber, instant coffee, TelOssem cocktail crackers, noodles and sis preserves, juices and squashes, biscuits, Wissotsky tea and others. ps also a large variety of such products as 1 Bawdry, perfumes from Lola Beer, cosmetics Ham Taya, gloves from Glovis as well as embroiBred accessories, blouses, evening bags and Similar m.Tch.indisc. Israel Wolsky. pio-uliMit of Israel Products, Inc., stated that his company is an outgrowth of his Israel imports business which he has developed over the past l."i years under the name of Israel Creations. Inc.. and Israel Assorted Commodities, Inc.. sole representatives of Klite Ltd., Ramat Can. "Israel I'nului-ts. Inc., was founded specifically to sell all Israel merchandise at the World's Fair with the expectation that many Israel products hitherto not distributed widely in the U.S. — will become belter known and that a demand beyond the duration of the World's Fair will be created. The blooming Desert A monumental sculpture called "Together," created specially for the World's Fair, is now on exhibit"at the American Israel Pavilion. The Featured at the American-Israel World's Fair Pavilion is this sculpture called "Together," created by Zvi Geyra and depicting six heroic figures straining to lit together two huge water pipes—symbolic of Israel's striving to make the desert bloom. massive structure. 22 feet high and 15 feet wide shows six heroic figures straining to fit together two huge water pipes. According to Zvi Geyra, the artist who created the sculpture, it is a symbol of Israel's striving to make the desert bloom. The pipes represent the conduit that is being constructed to carry the life-giving waters from the abundant resources in the north to the arid Negcv area in the south. The heroic figures express the effort Continued on Page 14-F J i THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI \ SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY, Director extend best wishes for a peaceful and joyous -NEW YEAR to the many patrons and friends who have helped make this season a success. Extending Our Season's Compliments to the Many People It Has Been Our Pleasure to Serve THREE SISTERS Lincoln Road — 7113 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH AND OTHER STORES THROUGHOUT FLORIDA LEON C. MeASKILL OF McAskill Publishing Company 4014 CHASE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Wants to Wish All of His Freinds A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Electronic Accounting Center, Inc. 2 N.W. 2nd STREET Ph. 379-8042 SEASONS GREETINGS BECKY'S BEAUTY SALON "FOR BEAUTY THAT LASTS'' 14714 NW 7th AVENUE North Miami CALL 685-3251 FOR APPOINTMENTS Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Patrons Atlantic %  Equipment Co. 1220 N. Miami Avenue Phone FR 3-0316 IT IS OUR PLEASURE SFRVING YOU ALLIED PARCEL SERVICE 299 NE 59th Terrace Phone PL 1--7622 A Happy New Year to All M. Gienn Tuttle • BUSINESS INSURANCE SPECIALIST Phone 44417416 1?00 CORAL WAY Our Pleasure IN Serving You with QuaDity Workmanship and ^Eatierials (m r v v t i n j ;. JAMES L. WALL WALL PLASTERING CO. PLASTERING CONTRACTORS PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL WORK LICENSED <& INSURED PLASTERING — LATHING — STUCCO Office Hours — Mon. Fri. 8 to 5 4848 E. 11th Ave. Phone 688-8631 Hialeah, Florida TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS WILLIAM H. ARTHUR & ASSOCIATES 550 BRICKELL AVENUE Miami, Florida Happy New Year to All W. F. GLOVER CO. SAYLOR-BEAU AIR COMPRESSORS Distributors and Sales and Service 4201 E. 10th Lane, Hialeah MU 8-2012 GREETINGS MORGAN A!R CONDITIONERS IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU" • SALES and INSTALLATIONS ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS 2034 N.W. 24th AVENUE NE 5-7201 NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI DYNAMITE CO. 165 MADEIRA AVENUE CORAL GABLES Tel. 445-6477 Greetings ARCO NOTIONS & TRIMMING COMPANY & MANUFACTURERS Trimming for All Manufacturing Trade Complete line for Deportment, Variety and Fabric Stores — WHOLESALE 2661 N.W. 5th AVENUE Ph. 634-8412 HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL BEVERAGE CANNERS, INC. 4401 E. 11th AVE., HIALEAH MU 8-8672 C & C Ccla Since 1882 I. J. Wollowick R. Wollowick



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jay. September 4, 1964 -Jenlsti fhrUUar Page 9-G |~rd,. Herbert S. Shapiro. Present at the gathI,,.' were Miamians who have made generous |.„" r s|v specifying rooms, scientific equipment, Iclni IMP-, student loan funds and libraries, t Tru dy llamerschlag, chairman of the Be|,.iprogram of the Women's Division, partici I int of the Women's Division program L. ]>, i. (he Woman of the Year Luncheon, at L | ; more than 500 Hebrew University [ „|; Honoree in December, 1963, was Mrs. j ( c gnized for her outstanding contnbucation, philanthropy and community ntcd with the award by .loan Comay, I [srael Ambassador t<> the United NaL |j( rn ird Cherrick, executive vice presBoard


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,, September 4. 1964 +Jewisti Fhrfdrtef. Page 3-B ompkfe\yrlknHtor Vjour r^oslt peaker at the banquet ^was Dean of Women .May IS. Brun9son of the University of Miami. piece of apple in the honey and recite, "Blessed art Thou, O Lord our God. King of the Universe, who createst the fruit of the tree. May it be Thy will. O Lord and God of our Fathers, to renew unto us a happy and pleasant year." In other families the honey is spread on the first piece of the challah eaten. The menu itself consists of festive foods, and for Rosh Hashona it is customary to omit tart or sour dishes and emphasize the sweet, ones, as another expression of ourj wish for a sweet year. For this| Rosh Hashona, let us begin our meal with Gefillte Fish, followed! by chicken soup in which we I could have either noodles and ] mandlen, or the kreplach which many housewives prefer to serve now instead of at Hoshanah Rabbah. After this, for the main dish we have a Chicken Tzimmas, in which sweet potatoes and prunes j are combined with the fowl. Both green beans and Cauliflower Casserole go so well with this tzimmas that we plan to serve our carrots as part of the desert, in the form of a wonderful torte. Car. rots are one of the traditional symbolic foods of Rosh Hashona, as they represent our wish for prosperity, and no New Year's dinner would be complete without i them. Nor would a Rosh Hashona ; dinner be complete without our traditional Honey Cake which is included as well. Menu for Rosh Hashona Dinner Small bowls of honey Concord Grapes Wine for Kiddish Twin, round challes Gefillte fish Chicken soup with kreplach. or noodles and mandlen Chicken, sweet potato, and prune tzimmas Cauliflower casserole Green beans Sweet spiced pears and cherries Tossed salad Fruit cup Carrot torte Honey Cake Tea or black coffee Chicken, Sweet Potato, and Prune Tzimmas 1 lb. medium-sized prunes 3 cups water 8 medium-sized sweet potatoes 2 large cut-up frying chickens Salt and pepper to taste 4 tablespoons chicken fat or oil 4 medium-sized onions, diced 2 cups tomato sauce W cup firmly packed dark brown sugar Before starting to prepare the chicken, cook the prunes in the water, drain, and reserve 1 cup Of the liquid. Pit the prunes. Boil the sweet potatoes until barely lender, then peel them and cut them in half. When ready to cook the chicken, dry the pieces thoroughly on paper towels, then sprinkle each piece with salt and pepper to taste. Heat the shortening in a large skillet over medium heat, and in it brown the pieces of chicken and the onion lightly. As they brown, place them in a large baking dish. When all are browned, put the tomato sauce, brown sugar, prunes, and the cup of preserved prune liquid in the skillet. Stir to blend, bring to a boil. Pour over the chickens, cover the baking pan, and bake for 1 hour. Add the sweet potatoes, and continue baking about 20 minutes longer, until the chicken is tender. This tzimmas may be prepared in advance and reheated The recipe serves 8. Cauliflower Casserole 2 10-oz. packages frozen cauliflower f> tablespoon* chicken fat. melted 1 cub matzo meal 2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped fine 1-4 teaspoon paprika 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-8 teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons chicken soup Cook the cauliflower until tender-crisp, then drain thoroughly. Combine the chicken fat, matzo meal, egg, paprika, salt, and pepper. Place half the cauliflower in a well-greased 5-cup casserole and cover with half the matzo meal mixture. Add the remaining cauliflower, then the re maining meal mixture. Spoon the soup over the surface. Cover the casserole and make at 350 degrees F. about 30 minutes, until thoroughly heated. This amount serves 8. Carrot Torte l'j cups firmly grated raw carrot ,2-3 cup walnuts, chopped medium fine 2 cups sugar 1 cup vegetable shortening 4 eggs 1-3 cup hot water 2 Mi cups sifted all-purpose flour 3 teaspoons double-acting baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 % %  teaspoon salt Jam for spreading between the layers Grease 2 deep 9'v-inch layer cake pans, and line the bottoms with waxed paper. Prepare the carrots and walnuts before beginning to mix the cake. Cream the sugar, shortening, and eggs until light and fluffy. Stir in the carrots and nuts Scald the water, then pour into the measuring cup to cool slightly, as you sift the Hour, baking powder, soda, cinnamon, and salt together. Alternately add the flour mixture and the water to the batter, about a third at a time, and stir Just enough to btend. Pour the hatter into the prepared pans and bake at 350 degrees F. about 40 minutes, until a light brown, and a cake tester inserted in the center comes out dry. Partly cool in the pans, then invert on racks and remove the paper. Invert again and complete the cooling on racks. Put the layers together >ith jam as a filling. This case is very rich and can be served without a frosting, with confectioners' sugar sifted over the top instead. Should you wish to frost it, a parve mocha icing would be very good. When you serve the torte with dairy foods, a topping of whipped iream instead of the confectioners' sugar or iceing is delicious. The recipe makes a high 9-inch cake, and wilJ serve 10 generously. • Holiday time in Israel Each New Year in Israel the echo of the Shofar lengthens, as it reverberates along the venerable valleys and over the-Negev wilderness—to the days of Moses and its origin in the Book of Leviticus, 23:24..."In the seventh month, on the :%•„; ;' "'T: ; 1 Pholo. Iifoel Information S*rvice& first day of the month, you shall observe complete rest, a sacred occasion commemorated with loud blasts." That such a holiday has been celebrated for over 3,000 years is a Simcha not only of Israel but of the entire world. -ZZL \Mf3 YUBAN now W0% Colombian coffee K on the label means KOSHER certified Kosher and Parve by Fabbis Hersch Kohn and Bernard Levy Every Cup a Joyous Occasion! Yuban... deeper .. .darker... richer in taste than coffee ever was before. Enjoy new Yuben ... made from the finest Colombian green beans plus rare Colombian aged beans, roasted to flavor perfection. Every sip a Simcha I The premium coffee of Ceneril Foods YUBAN 100% Colombian coffee OTJ? about t>WN gathered for you Miriam HeldOne of mv favorite Chassidic stories tells how the Rabbi of Berdichev selected a "shofar-blowcr" for Rosh Hashona. Each applicant was asked what he thought about while he sounded the Ram's Horn and each one made a suitably pious reply. But the Rabbi was not satisfied. Then the last applicant spoke up. "I am a simple man," he admitted, "and 1 don't have any holy thoughts. But I do have four daughter! to marry off. W hen 1 sound the shofar 1 remind the Holy One that I am carry ing out Ills commandment and pray that He may do right Ay me and send husbands for my children.'' this man was chosen to sound the shofar for the Berdichever Rebbe. CVow let's talk turkey. Give it gourmet treatment with a fabulous fruited stuffing, roasted to tender golden goodness. Fit for a king? No, lit lor an emperor. So 1 call it IMPERIAL TURKEY 1 10-pound ready-to-cook turkey 1 cup Planters Peanut Oil 4 teaspoons salt 1 cup raw rice 1 cup grapefruit juice 1 cup water 3 CUDS 12 large) chopped apples 1 cup raisins 1 cup grated onion 6 tablespoons brown sugar 2 teaspoons grated lemon peel \* teaspoon nutmeg 1' 2 cups orange juice \A cup honey 1 tablespoon grated orange peel Rub turkey (inside and null with 'i eup Planters Oil and 2 teaspoons salt. Heat 'i eup Planters Oil; add rice and brown. Gradually add grapefruit juice and water; bring to a boil. Cover and simmer for about 12 minutes, or %  mv 11 rice is almost done. Add apples, r:iKins, onion, sugar, lemon peel, rest of sail, nutmeg. Stuff bird and fasten niih skewers. Koast at 325F. about 4' 4 hours. After 2 hours baste often with blend of orange Juice, honey, jcup Planters Oil, orange peel. w-r/ost of us are doing our pantry stock-taking right now (at any rate, it's easier than the spiritual one), gathering ingredients and strength for the busy cooking days ahead. Do make sure you have plenty of Planters Peanut Oil. This polyunsaiuraicd 100'. pure peanut oil is actually the most delicate of today's light oils, sure to make your yomtovdik cooking not only light but deliriously light. Naturally, Planters Oil is kosher, prepared under rigorous Rabbinical supervision. And it's parve! HONEY 'N SPICE CAKE 3 cups unsifted flour 1 tablespoon Royal Baking Powder 1 tsp baking soda V* tsp salt i/i tsp allspice Vi tsp cinnamon /2 tsp ginger Ve tsp cloves 1 e tsp nutmeg 4 eggs 3 i cup brown sugar, firmly packed 1 tsp Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffee 'A cup boiling water VJ cup Planters Peanut Oil 1 jat (1-pound) honey (IMJ cups) Vi cup chopped Planters Pecans Blend flour, baking powder, soda, salt, spices. Beat eggs, slowly adding sugar, until thick and light in color. Dissolve coffee in boiling Hater. Beat Planters OU. honey and coffee Into egg mixture. Stir in flour mixture and pecans. Bake in oiled 9x5x3' pan at 325 F. for 50 minutes or until done. Cool in pan. Makes 1 loaf. On behalf of Standard Brands Incorporated, makers of Planters Peanut Oil. I would like to wish you and your family a very, nrv happ) New Year. wnnni "anon nain nnfi



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Pcge 1C-F *Jelst become a prism through which is refracted more clearly than perhaps at any time before the tangled contradictions of ChristianJewish relation There .s a tradition stemming from Pauline teaching in particular. Roman' 9-11 which afrirrr.^ the cternality of God I promiseto the Jews •he "engrafting" of Christianity onto the olive vine of Judaism. This tradition provided the basis for tho*e numberless episodes, dating back to the earliest centuries of the Christian-Jeui-h encounter which testify to the mutual respect and helpfulness which prevailed among the -common people. Christians and Jews, as well as between Christian and Jewish scholars and clergy (viz., 9 Jerome and Bar Hanina: Rashi and hi influence on Nicholas de Lyra I. The Tragic Teachings has been a contradictory tradition. r. rrew out of the competition and conflict between the church and synagogue in the f.r-t : area Tni ? tradidominated by Church k< -u.St drys -• ~ ho engaged in a systematic ise the Jewish religion thr ••tea''.. f ntem| t" in order I the I is Christianil T: i these teaching \- monks like Peter tbe Hermit were leading horde* of Cru-aders across the Rhineland to the marching llogan, "Kill a Jew and -ave your souL" TO most Jews, and especially to tho- who came from Eastern fcurope and brougrr. witb them vivid memories, which they passed on to their children, of bloody pogroms in the tiny village, oftentimes with a Russian Oi'iodox priest with a pectoral cross glinting on ti., castocfc leading a mob out of his church on Good Friday or Eastern Sunday, the time of the Pas-ion and the betrayal by Judas, to roost Jews, and to a growing number of Christian theok-gians and scholars, it is obvious that there i> an -nbroken connection between the endless teachings is the centuries that the Jews" are an accused people, rejected by God. and the per.tence Of anti-Semitism in the We-tern world today While it is clear that anti-Semitism ha* mult le and complx caus<— political, economic, soc.al, as well as religion cholars and social sc untists have Ion'.' been convinced that certain ri. torted and persecution of Jewaero-the centuries by Christian tradition and inherited from polemical conflictol the pa-t have served to sanction Btred persecution of Jews across the count •by ted authority of the Church to rt of anti-Jewish attil and ivior. The Oeicide Libel .. -t invidi I hese teachii een the chargi I at the J< an' .i pe< pli : God killers tan "kill" hrist-killers," a raci I m ierers God the sin ol having i. leified 1 • has powerful i p lions ••. %  :to cut Jewoff from the family ndil irence r fate, but expectatioi • ish s itfsriog. AFr George Tavard. the Cat th HOLIDAY GREETINGS BEE TV TV-Hi-Fi-Stereo COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE ALL MAKES ZENITH Authorized Service PHILCO Factory-Supervised Service Buzz Us At PL 4-8407 If No Ans. Ph. 758-7613 393 N.E. 79 ST. A-.d We Will BEE at Your Service A Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Customers Zev A Helen Maliler 1634 EUCLID AVE. JE 2-3820 SPECIALIZING IN EXPERT MEN'S & WOMEN S TAILORING We ore Strict Observers of the 5ofck.fl. t All Jewish Holidays TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI WATER HEATER COMPANY Ph. 633-2656 Ph. NE 5-6715 1334 H.W. 29th STRUT AUTOMOBILE LOANS AS LOW AS 4V2 0// MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI 950 RED ROAD (S.W. 57th Ave. near the Trail) Telephone MO 7-5661 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Cor Two (2) Locations Better to Serve You CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL AIR CONDITIONING # WIRING ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS 8508 S.W. 129th Ter., Perrine CE 5-36:6 1380 Palm Avenue, Hialeah Ph. 888-5511 Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday IN LOS ANGELES ITS MJKI LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO ixS VENRICI'S IN NEW YORK jTg UKDTS IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLFIE'S RESTAURANTS 195 Lincoln Road 2038 Cattw Arenuo HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone MO 7-9301 PAULS HARDWARE Paints Garden Housewares Electrical and Plumbing Supp.es Tool Rentals 2511 SW 67th AVE.-Miami 55, Fla. an



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Friday. Seplemb* 4, 1684 +J(**istithri(Jiar7 Page 9-A Hashona Continued from Pr*cMnfl Page %  will be Another Twilight Zone." Ln Monday morning, at 10:15, I e n ices IU include a sermon on %  In the Morning They are Like |l„. Grass Which Growcth Up." %  children's >er\ice!i are slated for Iv:tii p.m. %  ktarts with mornings at'VTtS a.m., The Portion of Law," and "Loy•tffcifar stTvie* at 10 a.m., and ser-ftlty to*Loyaltie*s''Tll"fte discus's 1 mon at 12 noon. There will be ed starting at 5:15 p.m. New He'evening services at 6:15 p.m. on brew Year 5725 will be ushered are slated for 8:30 a.m., with the ,, %  i. „ „ ; u ,,„„ discussion group at 5:15 p.m., folMon,ia ^ lowed by Mincha at 6:15 p.ni.RabDl Richtcr will conduct High Holi1 fr day services, beginning on Sunvices, Sept. 5, 8:45 a m., at Bth day at 6 p.m., with Cantor Jack Kodesh Congregation, 1101 SW Family worship services on Fri asy:~~i3ti"v!in.. W~WWIH at Temple Beth Am, 5950 N. Kendall Dr., with Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. I Baumgard delivering a sermonctte in on Sunday at 6 p.m.. with Can; gearcd ^ ^ children Cantor tor Benjamin Ben-Ari, Rev. Alex Carles s. Kodner will offer the Stahl and Rabbi Alter Werebyczik musical portion of the program. officiating with Rabbi Shapiro. Lerne." chanting the liturgical 12th Avc. Bar Mitzvnh of Ber' On Monday and Tuesday. Sept. portions of the observance. Topic nard. son of Mrs. Catalina Rosncr, and 8. at lor the evening launching Rosh will be observed. Rabbi Max, services will include the themes Hashona 5725. will be "Opening Shapiro will officiate and preach "Great Time for Preaching and Sermon during 7-30 on "You are Counted." Kiddush "The Eternal Alibi. and all children who have observed a birthday during the past four months will be blessed. On Rosh • Ro fu l Jj| shon a I Hashona eve Sunday, services will be held at 8 p.m., with Rabbi Baumgard speaking on the theme, "Why are You Here?" On Mon.m. scrSlaurday morning services, God'a Gates" Sermon during 7 30 on "You are Counted." Kiddush "ine eternal AUDI. special u.. why are Y ou Here?" O .chcduled for 9 a.m. at Temple ., m scrviecs on Monday will be and reception in honor of the condent services throughout the holi-, d ay Sept 7 during 10 a 7,cn will be held in the old buildfirmand will he held in the audiday will be under the direction ot j ... '-,t 5720 SW 17th St. Rosh Lift Up Your Voice Like the toTium following the ceremony. Menachem Shift. Continued on Page 12i,.hona services wUl be observed Shofar." Junior Congregation ,. new Temple, at 8000 Miller services will be held at 4:30 and .,i Rabbi Alfred Waxman will p.m. Morning sermon topic 615 P.m i )lirln g 8;3 am "'" hc The B,es8ed Israel rv ices on Monday morning. Waxman's sermon will be The King <>t Kings—Who is He?" services are slated for p m "Imitation or Emula|| be the topic on Tues^ hjff la\ morning, services to begin at 30 .i in. Young Israel of Greater Miami, 390 NE 171st St., will hold rcgu.1 weekend services Friday at 6 ;w p.m., and Saturday at 8:30 :n with Rabbi Sherwin Stauber Regular Friday and Saturday services this weekend at Congregation Beth El, 500 SW 17th Ave., and Rosh Hashona observance will be conducted by Rabbi Solomon also deliver the sermons. Services Friday begin at 6:15 p.m.. and on Saturday at 8:30 a.m.. with study class and Mincha at 5:43 and 6:15 p.m. Rabbi Schiff's topic in the morning will be -Eternal Vigil." The High Holy Days will be ushered in on Sunday. Sept. 6. at 6:15 pm. scheduled to speak on "Portion of s ervic cs fir ; t an(l SCCO nd day of ihe Week" at 10:30 a.m. Rosh n-w n... > .. ;n k> luM •> 7-an Hashona eve at the synagogue .Mil be ushered in at 6 p.m. First .mil second day observances of Rosh Hashona start at 8 a.m. Minion topic on Monday will be New Year—New Resolutions." Rosh Hashona will be held at 7:30 a.m. On Monday, Sept. 7, subject will be "A New Year or Another Year" On Sept. 8. topic will be "Is It Ever Too Late." :.i • Beth David Congregation, 2625 on Tuesday he will discuss "A SW 3rd Ave.. will hold Friday serin-ram of Tomorrow." Auxiliary vices at 6 p.m.. and Saturday serRosh Hashona services will be held vices at it a.m. During the morn.1 Washington Federal Auditor!ing services. Rabbi Norman N. um. >99 NE 167th St. Shapiro and Cantor William W. • &f Lipson will officiate at the Bar Sabbath services this weekend at Mitzvab of Scott, son of Mr. and Congregation B'nai Raphael, 1401 Mrs. Jerry Meltz. Rabbi Shapiro NW I83rd St.. will begin at 8:15 and Cantor Lipson will also conin with Rabbi Harold Riehtor's duct Ron Hashona observances to Formon to be "Reflections on the begin on Sunday at 6:15 p.m. Passing Year." 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kiddy. September 4, 1964 -Jf^lstincrk/iar Page 9-E ^ services to the Arab villages in the area [ .1M i II Immigration s .,. led NcgCT and Galilee will provide that | v „,l consolidating link for our development to. eoon0 mic independence. Continued develop. I on t will serve to maintain and increase our l,„ v \ absorptive capacity both for new imLjgrants and for our natural population growth. IBV 1970 there will be three million Jews in Israel. LhJS ', .,. i s based on natural increase and on anticipated immigration in the six years ahead. \i.;b neighbors claim to fear that Is, development will lead us t:> expand our l;,.,, has not been the path of our de• We are flowing not by territorial exIpansion bul by making two blades of grass grow Lheru % %  "•' l tmmmtm rhvrK AfMt Tfl* 275 Nf 5*h STREET Ft 4-iiSS HOUDAY. GREETINGS Your FIGURE Problem Is NO PROBLEM to the PERFECT 4 0RSET SHOP 17S5 SW-trii STRICT Miami, rWida FR *t37 Jjest lAJisites tor a Happy


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v. September 4, 1664 vJewisf) Ffaridfifiun Page 13-A iminent Leaders Serve on Committee Dinner Tribute Honoring Margulies JOHN CKONOUSKI )ronouski Lowers >ostal Expenses By Special Report J WASHINGTON — Post mastI General John Austin Gronouski, J|,o took office Sept. 30, 1963, is lie onij member of a President's Lbinet ever to hold an earned >hD. The postal budget he submitted I Congress in January, 1964 for fiscal 1965 was $150 million under he estimate made four month9 arlier. The reduction was achiev(! without eliminating essential ervices, and within the frame h-ork of safeguarding the liveli \ I of career employees. As major project of his postal Administration, Gronouski has Taken action to speed up parcel Lost deliveries and to cut down |-hiv and damage to the mails. He also has placed the full Ireighl and prestige of his office behind such important programs ZIP -ode, a modern approach %  processing and transporting [he mail through the concept ol Icctional centers. A roster of prominent area i eaders and members of Temple >Seth Torah will serve on the "ommittee of Hosts for the con p-egation's first Israel Dinner of Tribute to take place Saturday •vening, Sept. 19. at the congre ;ation. Heading the committee as diner chairman is Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Co-chairman is Irving fewman. Richard Sneider is iresident. To be honored in recognition of his service to the congregation and to the State of Israel is Dave Margulies. Members of the Host Commitee, who were entertained at a eception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein last Sunday •veiling, include: Mi. and Mrs. Israel Abrame, Loula >••••• •••. %  Ax. Irod, Dolls Baum, Charles Bodiln, Raymond Bookman, lAwrence Brunt. Jerome Cavell, Kenneth Chaltman, Dave Deveaugh, William Uk'kman, Mervyn Dorfman, Sinn liorfman, Morris Drapkln, .lerr> I'll. Ml. Richard Klterman, Robrl Mill. HI Kntin. Bernard Bpter, Matthew Et linger, Stanley HHlke, Morrln Feldman, lu h'oater. Samuel "ox, Saul l-'i htel, Henr> Pri-edmnn, Stanley hYlerimiin, Hoi.-nee (ilnesln. \li and Mi~ RI VU (ilasa, Nathan 1 ilax %  r, Julius iordon, Xew ion r Mo*riH 1 ;i.-. ni. re. Martin Hot-hmnn, Prank Hornntefn, l...wrence Hurwlt, Ben Karp, !< urge Kntxman, Theoilore Klameti, llyman Klieger, Jurk Lavln. Max \A- Levy, Rolerl l.lpof, Stanley .\ltu-hel, Julian N • %  ron, Kurt Neumann, Irving Wwm; n, Nathan Oiitrov, Kusanne Bopkin, Irwin Raff el, Howard Raluy, Sj Reese, Morton Reins. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roeklln. Mor,.11 RoxenMiith, Solomon Sandier, Abraham Schorr, Inlng Seldel. Nell Shtelr, Richard Sneider, Arthur Kny. 1. j|vr. 11 Rpontlei. Alvln Stern, 1 mils Taylor, Solomon Toonkel, Michael Totn, Arthur Wlnton, Carl ,w erm 1. and Jei nmi Schwai M. Congratulating Dave Margulies (second from left) upon beinq selected to receive the Israel Redemption Award is Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, of Congregation Beth Torah, as leaders planning the congregation's Israel Dinner to be held on Saturday evening, Sept. 19, look on. They are Mr. and Mrs. Dave Margulies, RichBloom to Leave 3eth Shalom Herbert C. Bloom, director of 'ducation of Temple Beth Sholom, s leaving his post to return to lie field of general education, according to a joint announcement by Louis F. Snetman, president of Temple Beth Shohim, and Sylvia B. Kaplan, chairman of the Temple's Board of Education. In the meantime. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation, will personally supervise the school. Rabbi Kronish is chairman of •he Religious Education Committee of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. He will be assisted by Dr. Solomon S. Lichter -Community memorial services I : n d Miss Nettie Goldstein. Kill be offered by the Greater) Dr. Lichter, educational conKhami Jewish Cemetery AssociaUultant to the school, is principal ion on Sunday. Sept. 13. >f Ida H. Fisher Junior High •Honoring our beloved deceased; School. He has been a principal a part ol" our high Holiday re\ of Ida M. Fisher Junior High lentance," according to Hyman as well, lhabner. president. Miss Goldstein has been with I Miami Beach Councilman HyBeth Sholom as head Hebrew Ban P. Galbut, program chairteacher since 1948. lemorial Services ilated at Mt. Sinai Cemetery Sept. 13 ard Sneider, president, Mrs. Sneider, Rabbi and Mrs. Lipschitz, Mayor and Mrs. Arthur Snyder. Second row are Mrs. Stanley Stein, chairman of the Committee of Hosts, Stanley chairmen of the dinner, chairman of the dinner. Members of the Host Committee for Congregation Beth Torah-Israel Dinner of Tribute to be held Saturday evening, Sept. 19, at the conaregation are Mrs. Morton Reiss, Mrs. Max A. |ian, who along with Chabner erves as co-chairman of the (lemorial Services Committee, announced the following schedule: At the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park C.mtery, 3260 SW 8th St., services will be held Sept. 13 at II a.m., with Rabbi Solomon Sen iff. Beth El Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Beth Kodosh Congregation, and Cantor William Lipson, Beth David Congregating, officiating. Services will also be held at degree as Bachelor of Jewish Pedagogy from Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree from Teachers College, Columbia University. Adult Education At Beth Am Adult Education Committee of Temple Beth Am, under the chairIMount Sinai Memorial Park Cememanship of Mrs. Joshua Segal, nas frery 1125 NW 137th St., on Sept. 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iJOi ftiday. September 4. 1664 ^ %  Unislflaridfiarf Paqe 51 when a patient's heart flutters or stops. This, in turn, notifies the floor switchboard operator who sends out the "Code Blue'' call and the room number, which immediately sends a team of eight people converging on the Cardiac Center to help ,. the p.itienfs life. A teaching program has been developed for :hc house Stall, nurses, and physicians on meth.. oi cardiac resuscitatioS^and proper utilizan oi the Constant Cardiac Care Center. This -truction project will be expanded in the near ire. Automation Takes Over Automation has taken over m most i our rati ''i S. Chemical analyses oi every patients' i.,iy tluids are now a routine lab work-up. mh "i the psysician's diagnosis and subsequent treatment depend on these tests. \m\ cedars has auto-analyzers, auto-techniand other automatic devices to do the job ago done by laboratory technicians. In three days, the hospital can determine much about a patient's body chemistrv as it -cd to take a week or ten days several weeks A major change has taken place in the past r in the Radiology Department. The X-Ray tepartment has been notably expanded and facilities added. The department can now accomplish II radiological procedures of both diagnostic X-ray and isotope, and it is no longer necessary :o refer any patients to other hospitals for such procedures. Three new X-ray machines have been nstalled; one Radioactive Isotope Scanner lor thyroid, brain, kidney and liver scanning; one X-ray Magnifying Unit facilities for low-voltage diography lor mammographic studies; and a Kluroscopic lntensifier with a gain of 6.000 times. The Spector Pavilion Within the last year, the Clinical Laboratory has more than doubled in size, with many new procedures added. The laboratory now operates around the clock. More than 30 new pieces of equipment, ranging in cost form S125 to $5,580. have been installed. Samuel (Pop) Spector and his wife, Mary, helped build the top floors of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital by^_donating over SI00,000 to The sixth lloor of the hospital is a 58-bed surgical wing which was endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pop'' Spector. and dedicated as the 'Spector Pavilion" on Jan. 3t with local civic leaders attending the ceremonies. Within recent months, Cedars has obtained the services of Raymond R. Grossman as assistant administrator to Samuel Bronstein. Last April, the Cedars Annual Presidents Ball was held at the Doral Beach Hotel Roof. Saul Silberman, one of the Cedars -Standard endow the Spector Pavilion on the sixth floor. Oil paintings of the pioneer couple are seen at the entrance hall. Bearers (-1 Philanthropy" was honored for his •distinguished volunteer services'' to the hospital since the early days when the project was only in the blueprint stage. His generosity in endowing the Silberman Pavilion on the fourth floor was a major factor in completing the top three floors. An announcement may soon be forthcoming ot the creation of a Silberman Education and ReContinued on Page 7-1 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL horn MIST UK'S RKHTAMttA\T Lester and Marion Sachs 421 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, Miami Beach Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Clients irM.YIMMV KNiT SHOP 218 Andalusia Ave. Coral Gables 5310 Sunset Drive South Miami Holiday Greetinqs to All My Jewish Friends and Clients TIPPKTT IS AIM O A T.V. 6024 So. Dixie Hwy., So. Miami Ph. 666-0723 Happy New Year Tlie Lord bless tliee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon thee, id be gracious unto lliee: Tlie Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace. NUMBERS VI: 24, 25, 26 KING EIMSII PLASTHIS CO. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Ph one 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami Fla. "PWAIPT DAY and NIGHT SKVfCI" JltX'OIIMMK-IIOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phone PL 7-0606 9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SHORES, FLA. • It O O F I \ G REPAIRS AND REROOFING 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. SINCE 1920 PALMER'S ROOFING PHONE FR 3-6244 Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BUILDING 168 S.E. e IRST STREET Phone FR 4-7691 MIAMI, FLORIDA One of the largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Founder Central Eurcpean Shofar— Ram's Hor* Circa XVIII Century, 5. StrauiB Collecticit Jeuisli Museum, Xeus York City MOTOR COMPANY 7HE AMERICAN ROAD. DEARBORN, MICHIGAN • J



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^ Friday September 4. 1964 -Jewlsfi fhrldtlar had become •.operative to make a strong effort tor the perpetuation of Judaism in America," [oundi %  i 1888 ,ho Jewish Theological Seminary cil America. This was to be "an institution in which the Bible and Talmud shall be studied to a religions pun>ose." When, upon the death of in II rais, the presidency of the Seminary fell vacafl the quest for an outstanding leader led unerr gl> to Solomon Schechter. And happy as he hurt been in the scholarly climate of Cam bridgi Schechter accepted the call, realizing innijtiv y that the future of diaspora Jewry would lie with vigorous, yet undeveloped Jewish communities springing up in the New World. A New Fountainhead And lr the next 13 years, until his death ni 1915, Schechter stood at the helm of the Seminary, steering it dedicatedly. undeviatingly, toward its destiny. Under his inspired guidance, the \ m,; and obscure rabbinical school develop,,l in. one of the great centers of Judaic learninand culture in the Western Hemisphere, a iiniversitj of Jewish studies with a total enrolliiici.t il nearly 700 students coming from all over Ihe world, and a faculty of some 75 men and worn,ii. .i ranking authorities in their field. i addition to training rabbis, cantors and teachers, the Seminary is nationally-known for IN a\ ard-wlnnlng radio and television programs, -The Eternal Light." its famous library, the largest ever assembled in Jewish history, its museum, its children's camps, its intcrfaith forum In clergymen of all faiths, the Institute of Religiousand Social Studies. "Schechter's Seminary' .,it was frequently referred to with affection, las become a fortress and fountainhead of Judaism in America, its influence penetrating to almost every facet of Jewish life and action in this com try, transcending even the boundaries of the comm inity and continent. Inspired teachers, great lay leaders, generous philai thropist — it is Impossible to apportion what Ihe S' minary owes to each of the dedicated individuals who appear on its roster and whose life's labor are woven into its very fabric. But although nearly 30 years have elapsed since his passing, the ideals of Solomon Schechter remain the permeating influence in the Seminary he guided to greatness. Si 'let-liter envisaged the Seminary as a center ol traditional yet scientific Jewish scholarhip. In his inaugural address, he made it clear that Ihe Seminary could not ignore the revolutions in human thought, in material progress. Yet. whilsl the Seminary's dictum would be to employ every tool of research and criticism in its devotion to truth, its teachings would adhere faithfully to the spirit of the Torah. "The religion in which the Jewish ministn should be trained." Dr. Schechter insisted, "must be specifically and purely Jewish without any alloy or adulteration Judaism must stand and fall by that which distinguishes it from other religions—as well as that by which it has in common with them. There is noother Jewish religion but that taught by the Torah and confirmed by history and tradition, and sunk into the conscience of catholic Israel. Any attempt to place the center of gravity outside the Torah must end in disaster." Evolving Jewish Character Under Schechter's influence the ideals of the American Conservative movement were crystalized at the Seminary. He adapted for the American viewpoint doctrines of Zechariah Frankel. head of the famous Jewish Seminary at Breslau. whose concept of Judaism was that of a product of historical evolution and development. These teachings underlined and demonstrated by constant historical precedent the essential evolving character of Judaism. Schechter showed that throughout its history Juadism has always been dynamic. that the sages ol the Talmud were constantly reinterpreting and modifying accepted practice, adapting it to new thought and new conditions; that the rabbis had thus consciously helped to transform the pattern of Jewish life by penetrating beneath the letter to the underlying spirit of the law; and that this process had only ceased towards the latter end of the 16th century, under the force of outside pressures. 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b -, September 4. 1664 fJewist fhrkMaHf) Page 5-A losh Hashona to Open Sunday Eve G:30 p.m. Second day of Rosh Johnson St., will launch the HeHashona, the sermon will be "God i brew Near Year 5725 with services on Earth." Services will feature Sunday, Sept. 6, at 8 p.m. First cntinu ed from Pa.se 2-A Temple Israel of Greater Miami, High Holy Da>s with Erev Rosh 137 NE 19th St.. will hold High Hashona services Sunday at 6 p.m. a cantor and choir Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman Us, O Father, in the BOOK Ho | y I);iy M ,,. vu ( > at Mluln BeacH First day of Rosh Hashona, Sept. will officiate at Ohev Shalom Con Cantor ; Hirsn Adler I Convention Hall Dr. Joseph R. > 7. begins at 8 a.m. Rev. Cantor gregation, 911 Normandy Dr., be. the musical portions ol pjarot arl( | Cantor Jacob G. Born sadi Nahmias will officiate and ginning with Erev Rosh Hashona assisted by the Ternstpin wl] | ot fj c j ate During the preach Oil The Most Respected services on Sunday at 6:15 p.m Junior congreg i Sunday 8 „ m observance, Dr. ol the Five Narot will preach on "You are the Tuesday, the World." Monday morning serHashona, are also at 8 a.m. vices, at 10 a.m., will include a „ < %  .: from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 sornlOM on Hou Long Will the World Lastin the afternoon' Ii -' 1 1 '' Abraham Weinschnelder .11 ofneiate at the Jacob C. day of Rosh Hashona, services are at 7 a.m. Evening services will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, the second day of Rosh Hashona, services also begin at 7 a.m. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate, with Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun rcnnr. .. for children between 5 uill be held in the main on both days • o A M TT i fir !" (df''ns the musical portions of the Holidays, Services On Monday. Sept. 7. f.rst day of Children's services both second day of Rosh Rosh Hashona services start at lur 8 v tnim 10 "* en,ce days are at 10 a.m. of Rosh ,'.i 3:30 p.m.. children's services 7:30 a.m., with the Torah reading at 10 a.m. Sermon will be •Promises, Promises!" Shofar ,. ... % %  will be sounded at 11:15 a.m. Rabby Henry Wernick will oMincha is at 5:45 p.m.. followed flclate at services of Temple 1 elM.~a.Hl nffieiate "'11 be held at the Temple. Rah Cohen Community Synagogue, 1532 Moms SkOP WlU Officiate | u K ,_, ^ ..„....;.... Washington Ave., beginning BanLjU of Rosh Hashona. services beginning Sunday at 6:30 p.m. I he CCS of Temple Beth Shirah, S\V 120th St.. on Saturday • a.m. Rosh Hashona will red in on Sunday at 7:30 ith a sermon on "Making A Year a Good Year." Herman Gottlieb will ren • musical portions of the Rosh Hashona on Mon Tuesday will feature ser• 10:30 a.m. Sermon the ischeduled as "Exbv Tashlich at 6:15 p.m. Second ereth Israel, 6500 No. Miami Ave.. services beginning Sur Hashona is cance of the High Holy Days." PFCPif 10V£ 70 SEW THJN siw ro SAvr • EW lovely things For A!! HOLIDAYS foaturs latkiM quality! ; ibrici riom The Great '. outuriers From All Over The World. 1 We Invite You To Come In ..id Visit With Us!! *4L >rant 5 2135 Ponce de Leon Coral Gables Ph. 445-6166 Holiday Greetings NATIONAL EXTERMINATORS PEST CONTROL SERVICE Suhierranean Termite Control Nylon Te^f Fumigation All Work Guaranteed : ree Inspect one & Estimates :I28 NE. 13th STREET Ph. FR 9-7663 bi Narot has prepared the services and will also talk on the "Sign.li''V,; P m following regular als0 bcgin at 7:30 a m Schedule Erev Rosh Hashona seimon weekend Sabbath services. P'irst ,. cma j ns the same in the morning scheduled as "Men or Missiles. Jay ol Rosh Hashona. on Monday. except j or the sermon at 10:45 F' rst day of Rosh Hashona. on Sept 7. services begin at 8 a.m. a „, scheduled as "Mans BirthMonday, Sept. 7, services will beSermon will be "Man and the Unif) lv •• gin at 8 a.m. Sermon is scheverse." Sounding of the shofar "' J duled as "Happiness or Pleasure." is al 10:30 a.m. Tashlich will be al 5 p.m., followed by Mariv at Hollywood Temple Si/ii, 1201 Continued on Page 8-A Man for a Shrinking UniOn the second day, Rabv ill discuss "The Shofar's for Jews Who Listen." • •h Jacob Congregation, 301• hington Ave.. Rabhi Tibor iil Hi ficiate at sen K es %  kend Saturday at 8:30 a.m %  lashona eve services will p.m. Firsl day ol the New .. :> v. ill be Monday morn•li services scheduled al 8 mon will be "The Ki-i.' 11 iii Maii." Shofar is at m. Tashlich service will p m. Second day ol i, shona services are also .i for x a.m., with the %  h cdulccl as "The Creator [mage Shofar will be at 11:15 a.m. Cantor Mamches renders the portions ol the liturgj • it* Center, 31.5 S\V 25th I hold regular Sabbath thi ii ekend at 8:30 a.m. honi will be launched ici Sunday evening, a. Firsl day of Rosh on Monday, 9ept. 7. will B a.m with i i ahu '!' Swirsky officiating hing on "From the i Evening ser6 p m. Tuesday sec High Holj en ices ;it n a m will be "A Hppy New Happy." Cai the n. Liturgy. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will illiciate at weekend serviceol Temple Menorah, 620 75th St.. on Saturdaj at 9 a.m. Kiev Rosh| la-hona will be Sunday, Sepl G it 6:30 p m. First day of Rosh [ashona is Monday at 8 a.m.. with i'orah reading at 9:30 a.m. Sound noi the shofar will be at 10 i m Evening service is at 6:30 mi Second day of Rosh Hash ma will feature the same sc\c lule. cantor Edward Klein renters the musical portions of the .tin y, with the Temple choir inder the direction of Kli Sam uels, Sephardic Jollins Ave Jewish Center, will usher in 645 the vTHIShjS NEWS'! WHY PAY fi OR 5%? OUR NEW CAR LOANS ARE ONLY DEAL DIRECT FOR THE MONEY rOUNEIC! New trUitd Cars! JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK ; •; 1,1 Ml Wll BEACH %  Godfrey Road .it Pmetrce Drive BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived" ^*.-. a -i- ^. HIM% %  —~———"—* IB GSSTRATION STILL OP*M Register Your Child in a Jewish School of Your Choice Today! THERE IS A JE WISH SCHOOL IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. HEBREW DEPARTMENTS OPENED MONDAY, AUGUST 31 SUNDAY DEPARTMENTS OPEN SUNDAY. 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tiday %  f September 4, 1664 •Jewistinorktia,n Page 7-T • -ids took place on trie SS Jerusalem in January. -.irii! >'f the districts held outstanding installa ffairs tollowing the cruise. The Miami Beach el Installed Ben Oilier as president at the Me Hotel, with Congressman Claude Pep. guest -penker The Brandeis District ol I Bench honored Outgoing President Ezra ild at it< installation dinner dance at the i-dy Hotel, and the Miami-Gables District tailed Max Parness as president at a special iat the Holiday Inn. The noted American author. Meyer Levin. ho now lives in Israel, was guest of the local icts at a special reception held in his honor the Eden Roc Hotel in March. Levin also ad .(1 the annual Israel anniversary celebration poi sored by the Broward Zionist District at the Temple Sinai Social Hall. Over 500 people gath•c to hear Levin and to pay honor to Rabbi avid Shapiro. Tribute to Dr. Silver The Greater Miami Districts were hosts to a community-wide farewell celebration in March ;o veteran Zionist leaders, Nathan and Selma Nash, at the Fontainebleau Hotel, before their eparture to their summer home in Israel. Pari.; ipating in this program, which was attended %  i over 701 ZOA members and their friends, were %  i.r-iel Ilcatter. Dr. Maxwell Silver, brother of ••.. late Dr Abba Hillel Silver. Rabbi S. T. v Mortimer May, and Dr. Morton J. Rob At this meeting, a special tribute was paid to tr.e late Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. One of the highlights of the year for the local district* was the 16th anniversary of the State 0d i-rael dinner dance held at the Fontainbleau Hot*) in April. The celebration was attended by ever 400 people. Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI. presented the filth annual "Service to Israel Award" to Charles and Viola Charcowsky "for their outstanding work on behalf of education in the State of Israel and for Hebrew education and humanitarian causes in the American Jewish community." At the dinner dance plane were announced for the establishment ot Charles and Viola Charcowsky classroom in Kfar Silver. Guest speaker of the evening was IS Sen. Albert Gore. Sixteen community leaders participated in ALBERT E. OSSIP rhe lighting ceremony of Israel's birthday cake, which was led by Jacob Rifkin, co-chairmen of the celebration were Leonard Rosen and Jack S. I'opick The community-wide activities of the ZOA were climaxed in June with a victory celebration marking the successful completion of fund-raising lor the Mortimer May Dormitory with a special affair at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Durinu the coming year, the South Florida Districts of the ZOA plan to organize several new districts, including some young married groups and some young adult units. A combined mem bership drive is planned to take place soon after the High Holy Days, to be followed by several installation affairs and a gala new membership celebration. A scholarship drive for Kfar Silver H ill take place early in December, and the annual Cavalcade of Israel Stars has been scheduled for Dec. 27 at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The Miami Beach Zionist District Luncheon Club will resume in November. A large delcga tion of local Zionist leaders will attend the annual convention of the ZOA in Washington, D.C.. from Oct. 1 to 4. Cedars cf Lebanon Continued from Page 5-1 search Institute, a ton-story structure to be built nisi north of the hospital site. Here, a vastlyenlarged teaching program is envisoned. both in technical and medical fields, a progressive step which will place Cedars of Lebanon Hospital among the leaders in modern medicine. Teaching Activities Among our new teaching activities inaugurated this year was an administrative resident program. The first resident, Miner L. Brown, completed his internship in hospital personnel and community relation* at Aultman Hospital in Can ton. O. He will complete his Master's degree in hospital administration after one year. We have been able to develop this teaching program in conjunction with the Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis. Mo., which offers this academic portion of the course. A number of postgraduate seminars have been conducted in Cedars' new lecture hall auditorium, led by outstanding specialists from such schools as Harvard. Emory, Cornell, Duke University and Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. No appraisal of volunteer effort in behalf of the hospital can be properly assessed without pointing out the splendid achievements of the Women's Auxiliary. Under the guidance of Mrs. Ted Lotterman. their in-service program has moved steadily forward. This year marked the initiation of a blood program directed by the Auxiliary, which will make blood available to contributing members and their immediate dependents. The Lobby (Gift) Shop was expanded, refurnished and completely redecorated to handle the increased volume of business. All these proceeds go to the hospital. Highest praise is due our hospital administrator, Sanford K. Bronstein. and the staff who have continuously demonstrated their steadfast dedica. 'ion and ability. SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM VERKORS REGULAR & VERNORS ONE CALORIE GINGERALE THE BEST OF NEW YEARS! %  'in nun fin 7469 DADELAND MALL Ph. 661-9731 Happy Holidays to All Our Jewish Friends and Clients OYERHOLT JEWELERS 7220 RED ROAD Ph. 665-2112 So. 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riday. 8ft—hW 4. 1664 *kUHhridHnw Page 91 choral group, art classes, newspaper pubin, and sewing classes. Additional voiun will l:e trnined for the next year, as the need ic Greater Miami Section's Public Affairs •tinenl is programming for the coming year. Community Cooperation Committee will provolunieers for the Greater Miami Jewish %  ation, the United Fund and International itality i home-hospitality and sightseeing). committee will continue to cooperate with and welfare agencies. Contemporary Affairs mtemporary Jewish Affairs Committee will le programs of Jewish content—cultural, his. a l and current. The committee will plan [or cil Sabbath on Mar. 20. when all members ,. urge ; to attend the Temple of their choice. committee will continue to cooperate with Jewish organizations, celebrating Jewish Mont!', during November and Jewish Music i during March. egislution, study and discussion groups will me to educate Council Women in ". their to further world order of peace and jus." The Section's annual study-discussion ng will take place on Friday. Oct. 23, from a in t" noon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Pan will discuss NCJW and election issues. Ship-a-Box Program %  :iip-a Box parcels for work and play materials m< gladdening the hearts of children in Israel. / Lines shipped approximately 1.120 pounds ol I -i • rgarten material from 33 temples in Great ei liami Divisions of the Section raised $1,375 I. ear. This was ued for articles for blind and handicapped children in Israel. A most rding project, cooperation from both comiy and divisions is planned for the year ahc (l. The University of Miami screens applicants | ie Greater Miami Section Loan Scholarships. students who have graduated from a Dade !.r lie; let' ari D< : •|> \ %  Fei i Tl • r %  i u Th • I V.. i • i MRS. WILLIAM BRENNER County high school, resided in the Miami area lor a minimum of two years, and are at least at the sophomore level, are eligible for a year's tuition scholarship or a renewal for the 1964-65 academic year. "We will either find a way or make one." Our way presently is through Council Thrift Shop* and 8.000 hard earned service hours by dedicated volunteers. While serving Council needs and cwicorns, the Thrift Shops also serve the commun !ty with clean, salable merchandise. The Anuei Luncheon Committee is at work planning for gui Angels of the Thrift Shops on Mar. 10 at the Fon tainebleau Hotel. "My Fair Lady"' will be presented at a gala event on Saturday evening. Nov. 28. at the Lin coin Theatre. JNF Evaluation Continued from Page 3-1 tion on Tu B'Shevat was presented by Tova Rom. Son-bird of Israel." as a tribute to the children of this congregation for their outstanding achievement on behalf of Jewish National Fund. Rabbi Max Lipschitz and Abraham Gittelson. education director of Beth Torah Congregation, were cited lor their "outstanding leadership." Ezra Finegold, Jewish National Fund leader celebrated his 70th birthday with a gathering in spired by a JNF theme. Judge Bernard Rosenblatt, world-renowned Zionist leader and former president ol the JNF of America, was invited to be guesl speaker at the Finegold home Baal Shem Tov Forest Bernard Silver, active JNF worker, was successful this year, in initiating the Baal Shem Tov Forest, which was launched officially in Israel by Keren Kayemeth Leisrael and of which. Zalman Shazar, president Of the State of Israel, has accepted the honorary world chairmanship. In May. 1964, the annual JNF Foundation Supper was held. Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman of the Foundation lor the JNF in Greater Miami, has been honored nationally for the achievements of the Foundation here. Under his leadership, the Foundation has secured over two and a half million dollars in potential funds for Me Ami in Israel. Dr. Lehrman. who was present at the dedication of Me Ami in November, 1962. parti cipated in a moving ceremony of an exchange Of Sefer Torahs at the site where Me Ami would rise. To promote interest in the Foundation among attorneys in Greater Miami, a JNF Attorneys Luncheon was held in June under the chairmanContinued on Page 13-1 Wis • ng All Our Many Friends the Best of Everything HAPPY HOLIDAYS FURNITURE SHOWROOMS, INC. MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS 1 N.E. 40th STREET Hialeah Ph. 887-9445-757-5763 Al Nason TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS South Miami Generator Shop GENERAL REPAIRS & SALES S. DWOSKIN, Owner 6120 So. DIXIE HWY. Ph. 666-4411 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS BROWN'S SERVICE STATION SK&HIEF SUPREME GASOLINE HAVOUNt MOTOR OIIS MARFAK tlRICATION "GOOD SERVICE' 7460 BIRD ROAD Ph. 667-9122 EVERYONE enjoys the tender loving care given to PUBLIX customers!


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MIAMI PtiM* OX 14M1 Extend Best Wishes to All Their Friends and Patrons FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR .GREETINGS TO ALL THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. GENERAL INSURANCE 11. ii. WOODSM \i.r. .m. 6*2 N.E. 124th St. North Miami Phon. PL 4-0615 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR JAMES A. DAVIS ACCOUNTANT BRING YOUR FIGURES TO US 1050 S.E. 8th AVENUE HIALEAH Year 5724 for the Jews of England Cow Un w ed rrvm Pa$ 7-E uh le-.: -* had electionIt rie Board of Deputies :*:-. a!: iti laaKsand it JS "m" being well over two ecuold—the Board of Deputies u the generallyi^'pted -de representative body of Anglo-Jewry %  ~. .^t by tbe Government and SoJeij Board ibout ten per eeffl ^mza and the but g „:' %  Jewi %  %  • nece ~>me of them are eitri %  d pray a ted if to* %  thele to ap. %  1 .-.elections on t u • • \. %  not tab Yea: .. eiection•*e c: •-.-. .ten • • Ir. r. •re a "J Even in the boro.. •n the '.-'-'•n and Whitechapel the are in a minority. An analysis ol th* i.iure, shows that the Jews do not vote as a Erojp Their votes are divided between the three contestants the Conservatives or Tories. the Labor Party, and the Liberals. Perhaps there is a slight tendency among Jews to vote Liberal But this is a minor deviation from the general pattern All three parties had Jewish candidates: all three are. of course, free of racial or religious bia—a : political parties. Jwi*h M*yon AbeuArf There are this time a number of Jewi-h may ors in Greater London and other cite> and town;, but this is not new or surprising. We had here a Jewish lord mayor in the middle of the nine tcenth century Not one Nazi Or Fascist was elected anywhere in the United Kingdom during the 1964 local elections This does not mean, of course, that there are no anti-Semites in local government There are. of course, and they are fairly evenly divided between the three great partieof the state. The year under review has seen a change of president in the Anglo-Jewish As>ociation. The place of the ineffective, narrow-mindedly isolationist and 'Victorian" Robert Carvalho was tak en by Maurice Edelman. a Labor Member of Parliament, a successful novelist and journalist, a Ler :z righl are Boa O-zzz Rial A Lep.-y Ralph Fr.edrr.rr. chairs Executive Board of Amer.ccn Jew. Cony mittee; 2nd Abraham Monk, du-e-AIC Lat.r. American Division, cha::.: c at a recep:.--.-. cu.-.:.g 5724 for the A::: congressmen visiting the United S::r~s wider the auspices of the U.S. Stcte C %  per ment. which arranged for the group :: rr.eei AJCorrimittee leaders. man of wide horizons and wide symparh-H hachanged the image of this venerab.e AngloJewish in ? titution They put now the stre>s upon social service, work for Israel, educatior. rather] than "Ac-io-Jev. lshness" and irrelevant c ..>:om> Jewish Dietary Laws Continued from Page 11-E ment; more, it served as a fine badge 01 Jcaisb identification and spiritual alertnesDr J. H. Hertz, the late Chief Rabb; A m Brit:-h Empire, has said that 'the dietary In have proved an important factor in the preservi tion of the Jewish race in the past and are. m more than one respect, an irreplaceable a.'ency for maintaining Jewish identity in the present" Indeed, in this day of disintegrating :-r practice and di>>olving Jewish identity, kashrutn can have greater value than ever. 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Friday, September 4. 1964 +Jewisiifk>ri(0ain Page 9-1 ^ Miss Mona Glasser and Roy Cohen Will Live in Uniontown After Rites Mona Louise Glasser, daughter „ f 'Mr and Mrs. Louis Glasser. j 3,68 Prairie Ave., became the | bride of Roy B. Cohen on Friday, j Ul .> 28 in the chapel of Temple j EmanuJBl. Dr. Irving Lehrman | officiated at the 5 p.m. nuptia.s. ^ j n e brWearoom is the son of Mrs.
    hip participation will be featured in a series entitled •'Hadassah Talks." The function is open to all Bay Harbor Groupmembers. WernerKahn MRS. R01 COHEN Cadet Graduates From Course Airman Second Class Joel E. Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Friedman, of 1430 NE 171st St., No. Miami Beach, has graduated from the technical training course for U.S. Air Force autopilot repairmen at Amarillo AFB, Tex. Airman Friedman, who studied navigation, aerodynamics, hydraulics and electronics, is being assigned to an Air Defense Com mand unit at George AFB. Calif. His unit supports the ADC mission of defending the continental U.S. against enemy air attack. Friedman is a graduate of Suffern High School in New York. how to say happy new yeap in heBRew & Werner-Kahn MRS. (OSfPH BAUM \ AUTHORIZED OEAUR CN/TH HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Srrv.cc *'l Mokn \ BiMrri*. — Mo'li STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i'•>• % %  Ttrfl— TM4H— Tfllh—T**l PHONE Jl 8-79't A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Ubuiu When it comes to chocolates for Rosh Hashanah, Barton's speaks everybody's language. CANDIES, FIRST FLOOR t *0f W.Tt- k ot>* *i>" 3m extends Best wishes f OR A joyous new ye<\R UoAtlria^k M THE STO*C WlTM TMfc FLO*OA *L*lR rfWWWWWWW^ Order Early JE 2-3231 Flowers for High Holidays FREE DELIVERY GREATER MIAMI BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach CALL NOW FOR OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS Happy Mr Ytar Maurice of London Custom Clothes Alterations 445-7677 71 Merrick Way Coral Cables, florida DEERBORNE SCHOOL 311 SEVILLA AVE., CORAL GABLES HI 84666 ANNOUNCES ITS FALL TERM COMMENCING AUGUST 11, 1964 • PRE-SCHOOL • KINDERGARTEN • GRADES IOC ACCREDITED BY f lri*a t %  • %  %  — J • MMMM A NEW JR. HIGH BUILDING, NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION, WILL BE READY FOR THE FALL TERM, 1964. LOCATED IN BACK OF DEERBORNE ON ALMERIA AVE. :



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    race <.-_, %  Unisf fhriliir Friday. Septe-- : 4 ,, ':'-..•.-. r; .-.^' ~: O.-ive: V..C-. ":'VHA s,~rr.er -."TT.Z : ener.ce ..-. day camp :.-. o --.--.':/ program lorts, trips to sights cf ir.terest ar.d other exciting a c t ivity Federation: Business for Human Welfare year will continue to provide conimui education b> broadening its HebreHigl ffisram and its adult classes The n ^ advantage of UM <.t-thai UMTC Ia great desire or ;-. of our Jewish communitv to ki ibcu • In addition the Bure-..-. .1 • training of teachers I %  >y The YM II \. follow. | Pe ar.d the "Y." wiO embark capita] fand-raisiag campaign in t!ie • over a tr period, the V rel modern buildings • ill areas init) These ne.. ie the '% %  rbat i'.'O will ofter (acilitu %  %  the needs of I The %  Familj and Children contribution to the well be.r._ in our community bai received c % %  • nue to provirv •ehng and a. nee i bet] r._ nd I hai py reg life Jewis • %  Servici II i • • %  :• in ; Continued on Page 12-G Continued from Paoe 1-G • • all in the community who v. ere prii etjed to hear Dr Salo Baron'outstand ;n? addreWe are fortunate that this outstand ing even' made possible through the genero-it> %  A one of Miami's foremost leaders. Sam Blank v ill be continued through the second annual lectureship later this year Another highlight of the year was the man rer in which the enfhu.sia-m of the younger men '.f our community blended with the experience and dedication of our older leaders to enhance the • orkingof all divisionof our CJA campaign Both aa -ource of material support and as a BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION Joseph Cohen, President Louis Schwartzman, Executive Director JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE Mrs. Burton B Goldstein, President Leon Fisher, Executive Director MT. SINAI HOSPITAL Leonard Abess, President Samuel Gerlner, Executive Director ce %  I leadership we stronf •• upon our •nd our : nto one of the nature i -r our in I genera in m a I Pl agenciethe com of vital importance to us and to our families The Jew) Home for the Age'! tan now welcome double the number of residentil lerved last Bosh ila-hona Thiv. amade poib %  through the new Ablin Pavilion, which will ide intensive medical and MMBg car. foi beloved aged Other Agencies Advance Mount Sinsi Hospital'expansion of program* in the Outpatient Department, and its dedicated care given to free service bed and clinic patient-upported by our Combined Jewih Appeal, will again a-sure those who cannot afford private med ical care of the finest facilities and treatment at little or no fee. depending upon their ability to pay The Bureau of Jewish Education, in the new Hcrrd-to-employ persons are given creative work and a chance to self-esteem via err ployment at projects contracted by Jewish Vocational Service. Greater Miami Jewish Federation AND Combined Jewish Appeal Extend the Wish that the Year 5725 Will Bring Peace, Health and Happiness to You and Your Family. Sidney Lefcourt, President Arthur S. Rosichan, Execu'ive Dirt GREATER Ml A Mi JEWISH FEDERATION 1917 llisvitunv Itlnl.. Miami .12. Fla. Phone I It 1-0 II l Helping to save Jewish live, and build Jewish .if. aroond he corner nd reond ^ wor)d NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN SERVICE TO NEW AMERICANS Mrs. William I. Brenner, President Miss Minnie Feinberg, Executive Secretary I YM-YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI Herschel Rosenthal, President Efraim Gale. Executive Director JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED Judge Irving Cypen, President Maurice Pearlstein, Executive Director JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, President Dr. Michael Goodman, Executive Director BARON de HIRSCH LOAN FUND Leo E'senstein, President TkH is one of ,03,000 ,,„ j MUm over,,., „„o „. fed every *, oy ,., W „ DMl0n <,„,„,„„ ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^



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    '"Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday. September 4. 1964 Section H A Very Special Bond With Israel Today By LEONARD ROSEN, Chairman Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization "•"HE 16th year of Israel's independence Is a %  year of particular significance, which we in Iiami Observe with special pride and joy. It A as during this year that Israel inaugurated the redemption of Israel Bonds first purchased 13 i .irago. Those of us who recall the initial ears Of Israel's independence and the infant years of the Israel Bond program, when the task head seemed unsurmountable and the obstacles rbidding. are filled with a sense of gratitude ; i the progress Israel has been able to achieve th the help of Israel Bonds. In all of Israel's 16 years of existence, wive never had more reason to take pride in Its velopmcr.t and in its people. It is a joy to how Israel keeps moving forward each year A its pioneers and builders are creating a del democracy, how its new immigrants are 1 ping to push back the desert, how Its scientists devising new methods to aid mankind. Although Israel is one ol the smallest nations the world, it has nevertheless become the hub social, economic and scientific guidance for ny other countries, especially the newly estab (I nations in Asia and Africa. In an era when the future of civilization is I .:ig decided by giant powers, one may well question the influence of a small nation like Israel. Significant Aspects This question was answered in part during the visit which Prime Minister Eshkol made to e United States in June of this year. It was Occasion that had many significant aspects was the lirst time in the history of Israel that i • Prime Minister had received an official invitaI n from the President of the United States. Thus was the spotlight of world opinion turn • i dramatically on Israel as a decisive factor in nstrudive endeavor for the good of humanity. We In Miami take pride in this historic achievement because of our role in the Israel Bond i Ogram which has played such a vital part in ringing Israel to this impressive level ot pro; ess. in Israel's 16th year, our community confiued in the vanguard as the leading city in the rid on a per capita basis in the sale of Israel I nds. Highlight of the year's activities was the Isreel Independence Day Dinner last May. giving t.pression to our joy and gratitude in Israel's From Israel With Esteem — A Miami couple, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, who have earned the affection and esteem of their community, receive the recognition of Israel for their devoted service in the first 16 years, of Israel's growth and to our community's determination to continue to share in Israel's future growth It was at this appropriate occasion that a .Miami couple who have endeared themselves to the entire community and whose efforts for many causes and particularly Israel have earned for them international esteem were selected to receive one of Israel's highest tokens of recognition, the Israel Medallion of Honor. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank received this tribute in recognition of their service to Israel in its 16 years of growth. Wholehearted Support In the annals of our community, many people should be cited for their part in the achievements of the past year, far too many to cite at this time. High on any list of recognition should be our rabbis and the lay leaders of Greater Miami's synagogues and temples. With rare exception, the synagogues of our community, their rabbis and their memberships have given wholehearted independence. Consul Zeev Dover, presented Israel's Medallion of Honor to Mr. and Mrs. Blank at the Israel Independence Day Dinner last April. support to the Israel Bond campaign. This year. .is in other years, highlights of the Israel Bond program are a series of dinners undertaken by temples and synagogues on behalf of Israel Bonds. These events have become happy landmarks in our community. The role of the women of our community is accented by the Women's Division under the chairmanship of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. The participation of the Women's Division provides not only immense assistance to the sales program of Israel Bonds, but gives to it an aura ot great dignity, charm and joy. Traditionally climaxing the year's activities is the Ambassador's Ball in December, held under the patronage of the Governor of Florida and the Ambassador of Israel. It is at this occasion that an opportunity is afforded for our younger folk to share in our community's bond with Israel, as daughters come-of-age are presented to the AmOur Finest Hour — Miami's role on behalf of Israel through the Israel Bond nroaram receives international recognition at the traditional Ambassador's BoJU, which annually brings to a climax the Israel Bond campaign. Here, P mbassador Avraham Harman (center) greets the community in an impressive presentation ceremony. Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. Is aeli Diplomat Zeev Dover, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen, and Mr. and Mrs. Moxiice Revitz.



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    [iday. September 4. 1664 ** kn isli ilcridHiain -Page-1!-I Mizrachi Helps Children in Israel By MRS. AFRED STONE Florida Coordinator Mizrachi Women of America E VERY day during this fateful year 5724—1964 presents new problems, very human problems to Mizrachi Women's Organization ol America. Children in Israel are hungry, children in Israel are homeless, children in Israel need care and education. And children can not wait. So Jewish women here in Greater Miami, many of them mothers, themselves, get busy. They know that the children's village in Raimana is expecting some newcomers, that the Cirls Vocational High School in Beersheba needs some new sewing machines and typewriters, that ;hc brilliant science student at the Bar Ilan High School has got to have that microscope. Teachers Training School Veteran Mizrachi Women of Miami follow iho lead of the late Bessie Gotsfeld, who established Mizrachi Women's Organization of America .18 years ago. They, together with other American Jewish women joined now by many young women here in Miami, happily provide in Israel loving care, vocational training and traditional .leuish background for more than 5.000 children i ach day in some of the most modern institutions in Israel. News has just arrived of the establishment of a permanent Teachers Training School at Mosad Aliyah of the Mizrachi Women's organization These young teachers to be, so urgently needed in the life in Israel, are largely recruited from graduates of Mizrachi Women's children's villages. Every year, the Miami Mizrachi Women look with pride and joy at the many fine young men and women who take their place in all phases of the life of Israel. In Dade County Here, in Dade County, for effective action. these dedicated Mizrachi Women function in a number of chapters in the various localities: Miami Beach Chapter. Mrs. Rachel Katz Laufer. presidentelect; llatkivah Chapter, Mrs. Hyman Kolko. Mrs. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs. Jack Davis, presidium; Dov Chapter. Mrs. Louis Tokayer. president, A viva Chapter, Mrs. Joseph Weishaus, president; Kinneret Chapter. Mrs. Theodore Sakowitz, president; Batya Chapter, Mrs. Jonah F.. Caplan, president-elect. Just formed by a group of young women of Surfside and Miami Beach is an enthusiastic new ^chapter whose organizing committee comprises %  &f Some of the leaders of Mizrachi Women in Miami are (seated) Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Mrs. Joseoh Weishaus, Mrs. Alex Shayewitz, Mrs. Mordecai Kirshblum, national vice presMrs. Daniel L. Zalis, Mrs. Bernard Diener, Mrs I.eo Paul. Mrs. Morris Bicky and Mrs. Zvi Fein>tein. A new chapter in Jacksonville, headed by Mrs. Arnold Turetsky and Mrs. Wilbur Margol. is about to join the growing Mizrachi Women Organization. In addition to the flourishing Thrift Shop which has been operated by Mizrachi Women on Mh Si., the Miami Beach Chapter has opened a new Thrift Shop on Washington Ave.. in the William Penn Hotel, with gratifying results. The Mh St. Shop is chaired by Mrs. Max Cluck, of the Dov Chapter, and the William I'cnn Shop by Mesdames Fidel. Shavits. Rodens, Knubow and Silvcrstein, of the Miami Beach Chapter. Study Groups Forming To achieve a fuller understanding of our Jew ish heritage and our historical tic to Israel, Jewish culture and study groups arc being formed for each chapter. Mrs. Donald Shragcr is chair man of the Kinneret Chapter, and Mrs. Ida Porush is chairman of the newly-formed chapter in Surf•iide. During the past year, the Kinnerei Chapter has successfully incorporated informal social events such as a late afternoon boat ride for all families. An auction, well attended by husbands of Kinneret members and friends, disposed of many items, including donated vacations for the benefit of Mizrachi. Continuing its success this year within the .Mizrachi Women's Organization is the 120 Club of Florida. This unsual group provides the opportunity to leave funds for Mizrachi Women's projects in Israel in one's will. Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. David Berger and Mrs. Ethel Curson head this energetic project. ident. Standing are Mrs. Donald Shrager. Mrs. Emery Green, Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers. Mrs. Hyman Koiko. Mrs. Alvin Levenson. Young wemen of Mizrachi of a newly-formed chapter in Surfside planning for the charter presentation meeting. Seated are Mrs. Daniel L. Zalis and Mrs. Zvi Feinstein. Standing are Mrs. Morris Bicky, Mrs. Mack Ackelsberg and Mrs. Bernard Diener. Setting the keynote of the year for' Florid;: activities is the annual two-day conference to be held in January at the Fontainebleau Hotel. At tended by distinguished visitors from throughout the nation, as well as members irom all Florida Chapters, the conference has for the last lew rears made a significant contribution to the elContinued on Page 16-1 TO ALL LPPY NEW YEAR iQtJGA X. {tCKFOKB DRESSMAKING 5573 N.E. 3rd AVE. Ph. 754-4962 TO ALL LPPY HOLIDAYS EOEii:it I II. GRIMES DISTRIBUTOR IERAL MERCHANDISE & NOVELTIES N.W. 11 Oth STREET Ph. 757-2903 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL SAM A* SPVttTSWEAMl %  MANUFACTURER :*ADIES' SPORTSWEAR 375 N.W. 23rd STREET Ph. 379-4612 Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. SHERMAN J. TOBIN KENNETH dnd AMY JAN SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO. MIAMI, FLORIDA HOFFMAN: Ginger Ale, Club Soda, Cola, Orange, Root Beer, Black Cherry, Grape, Cream, Black Raspberry.



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    ^ jer 4, 1964 *Je*ist>ncridfar) Page 1 IF Inm ^P v r-Thc Church, the Layman, and the Tpp. 79-80): %  mi of anti-Semitic bigots (the idea fare cursed because their ancestors lord' explains a good deal of his tld periodically 'visit' the murderers Incite them to penance through perIthe anti-Semitic excesses of times eiit can thus be cheaply eXQUttd il\ granted the blessings of I'rovi^hink that the influence ol the del is mainly of academic and his[of no particular relevance to human lis necessary to cite some hard (acts: The Argentine Situation |E: Since the swastika daubing inci %  60, Argentina's century-old Jewish lived through the most threaten it anti-Semitic demonstrations and history. On June 21. 1962. a Jew student. Graciela Sirota. was kiddriven to an isolated place where M carved on her body. Jews were jeted to anonymous threats, provoca?iM>nal attacks, including the bomb une-gunning of synagogues and Jew |Mii'---es the outrages were the work of the be i-FasciSt, ultra nationalist organiz.i r-class youth in Buenos Aires. The tin group is Fr. Julio Meinvielle. aukidl) anti-Semitic book whose thesis \ ha I he considers the authentic at Church toward the Jews and Juda Tho Italian Infamy WO: In Italy, despite a law forbidding linst any religion passed in February. \n magistrate, Giovanni Durando, who .i journal, "La Voce della Giustizia." in unsigned article on May 6. 1961. lined the following: w -. by not recognizing the divine inChrist, must be considered deicidcs The unconscious and permanent the crucifixion of Christ must be deprived of the possibility to judge those not belonging to their progeny Jews are totally lacking in morality." The Turin Jewish community sued Durando for calumnies against Judaism and defamation of Jews as a group. The court acquitted Durando. declaring that "the fact in question (disparaging the Jewish religion) does not constitute an oliense." and that defamation of Jews as a group was not established. The Genoa Court of Appeals upheld the acquittal. A final appeal to the highest court is pending. A seasoned commentator in Italy observed: "The importance of Durando's article and his trial probably lies not so much in the Fascist themes as in the charges of deicide against the Jews Catholicism is all-pervasive in Italian life: Catholic teachings that the Jews are 'guilty' ol Jesus' death, and therefore doomed to sutler eternally, have undoubtedly encouraged anti-Jewish sentiments, latent or otherwise." The German View FACT THREE: In a recently-published volume entitled "Hitler's Table-Tall*" the Nazi leader is reported to have insisted that the Obeiammergau Passion Play continue to be produced because it helps to keep alive a tradition of hostility toward the Jews, and the effective myth of the Jew :is Judas, the eternal betrayer. There is also evidence that the Nazis advised two Ger man clergymen that Hitler merely intended to do more effectively what Christians had been preaching and teaching about the Jews since the lust lour centuries. Against this background, one can understand perhaps why there has beon such widespread interest and expectancy in connection with the introduction of the proposed so-called "Jewish decree" at the third session of Vatican Council II next September. As has been widely reported, this decree strongly condemns anti-Semitism. But the Church has condemned anti-Semitism on several occasions in the past. The decree affirms the rootedness of Christianity in Judaism, the fact that Christians should never forget that Jesus. Mary and the Apostles were Jews. But this, too. the Church has affirmed through encyclicals and other means. RENF.E and LILO SIEBERT wish all their S3*? Friends and Clients %  *" "i A Happy New Year <9f%  • v RENEE AND LILO. $ GROOMING DIPPING ALL BREEDS PL 9-6481 RKSHIRE BUILDING N E 123rd Street brth Miami. Florida f f CHARLES TAYLOR MARINE ENGINES 24 HOUR SERVICE ON )N€ MOTORS DIESEL LIGHTING PLANTS THUNDERBIRD FORD MERCURY V8 CHEVROLET V8 WILLYS 4 CYL. AT THE BAY, MIAMI IN.E. 15rstST. Ph. 945-6691 "" To All Season's Greetings DADE NEON SIGN & SERVICE State Road 9 Miami, FU. Wl 5-5711 NEW YEAR GREETINGS WHITMORE ELECTRIC COMPANY. RENT FROM RYDER as Low as $7 per day I'ln.s Mtleags CHfCK OUt lOWtR RATES for Week, Month, Long Term. • Lot* Models and Sizes to Meet Any Requirements, o LOW RATES INCLUDE Gasoline, Service, Insurance o 1600 NW 21st Terrace Miami, Flo. NE 5-1371 o 1965 NE 161st Street North Miami leech Ph. 945-5479 • CALL NOW fOK DETAIIJ RYDER Truck Rental BRANCHES IN FT. LAUDERDALE AND WEST PALM BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL SEEJMA THOMPSON To All A Most Happy NEW YEAR THOMPSON PRESS "the best in all types of printing'' 1819 N.W. 79th STREET Ph. 634-2217 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL -


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    1 Friday. September 4, 1964 •Jowls* ncrSdirM Page 7-E Year 5724 -for lb Jews of England By S. J. GOLDSMITH %  ONDON — This was a lively year, full of con• %  flic! and argument, Anglo-Jews enter the year „25 slightly breathless. They are not used t gucj, comings iind goings, being normally a wellbehaved and rather placid community, with no pathfinders and innovators to speak of. The dominating event of the year was, of course, the religious conflict. It is not over yet, and we shall hear of it some more in the coming vear I have already written a great deal about it ,IIKI I ;:m in grave danger of becoming an authority on the subject. But I feel I ought to <;,\ .1 word or two on it once more in this survej The non-Jewish public and press—and this includes radio and television, of course—have taken a great deal of interest in the conflict and written and spoken a great deal of nonsense about it And some have gone to the length of sending photographers disguised as worshippers to a gegue, to •'snap a rabbi praying in his Talit. All this has helped to spread the confusion, which was there from the very beginning. For, Angloi, are nol equipped for a Kulturkampf. No Parallel ame the Goyim to tell them that there was 9 parallel between the Brodie-Jacobs argument and the Bishop of Woolwich incident. Actually, tlure is no parallel at all. The Right Reverend. The Bishop Of Woolwich. Dr. John Robinson, says that the time has come to revise the image of God God is in us. he says, and not an outside deitj Dr Jacobs says nothing of the sort. He accept; that there is a God, and that the Torah idivinely inspired, but does not accept the literal interpretation of the Bible and the dogma that the Torah is dictated from Heaven, and not only in-piicd from Heaven. Dr, Brodie, on the other hand, says that' he who 'ices not accept all the articles of our faith nol accept our faith as given to us from Heaven, and cannot count himself an orthodox Jew. Thus, he refused to issue Dr. Louis Jacobs ,. certificate without which no one can be a rabbi in ;i United Synagogue house of prayer. Now. this argument is as old as the hills, or shall we say Mount Sinai. Anglo-Jews would have liked to leave it to other Jews to argue it out, American Jews, say, or Israeli Jews. But there is the administrative aspect of the conflict, which has turned it into a communal rumpus. Caretaker wardens now run the famous New West End synagogue in London, while most of its members have established an independent Orthodox synagogue with Dr. Louis Jacobs as its minister and preacher. For, the United Synagogue, under the presidency of Sir Isaac Wolfson, has ousted the elected wardens and put in its own caretakers, who attend to everything. Nothing like it has ever happened here before. Theological-Property Argument Most Anglo-Jews accept the position of their Chief Rabbi—Dr. Brodie is also very popular ad personna—without hesitation. But very few accept the stand taken by the Council of the United Synagogue. All right, people say, if they don't accept the verdict of the Chief Rabbi they must leave the United Synagogue, which is an Orthodox group but there is no reason why they should be deprived of their building which belongs to the parent body only by virtue of an archaic law. designed lor other contingencies. And so the seesaw argument goes on—on the theological level as well as the property level. Another rumpus which has agitated AngloJews this passing year was the one about a conference that never was. Let me explain. The Chief Rabbi, Dr. Israel Brodie. tried to summon a conference to discuss the predicament of Soviet Jews. The original idea, as stated by his otlice. was a conference without any specific agenda —just a conference. When this information reached the Board of Deputies, they pressed the Chief Rabbi to call of the conference. This campaign was conducted in two stages—the Board are always doing splendidly on such occasions— and it ended in complete victory for the Board. First they persuaded the Chief Rabbi to conline his conference to Matzot only, and then they persuaded him to postpone it. after invitations had already been sent out. A Political Issue The Chief Rabbi is far from being soft when it comes To his own sphere of influence and activity. This is pretty clear from his handling of the Jacobs issue. But here was a political issue, and he did nol Hunk he ought to fight it out. If they don't want it, let there be no conference. It is open to doubt whether the conference would have had the slightest effect on the situation. We have not seen any changes yet as a result of the American conference on Soviet Jews. British Jews have no influence even at home. This is not a country of minorities, whether Jews or Catholics or any other minorities. It is a free country, but it is governed by the majority, and the electorial influence of the minority groups is very near nill. So there was no loss to anybody as a result of the conference not having taken place. But the anxiety of the Board of Deputies about its amour-propre (though no one challenges it) made many wince. And relief for Russian Jews will have to come from eelsewhere. This was a year of elections. On the Jew Continued on Page 12-E THE Fllllt FAMILY EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz and Family 2336 S.W. 4th STREET Miami. Florida 9 GREETINGS FROM Spradley, Riley and Slaughter, Inc. FOOD BROKERS 7240 N.W. 36th COURT OX 1-5300 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer and Family Extend Their Best Wishes TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Stanley; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brickman Karen, Patti and Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Ginsburg and Lynn Elaine wish their relatives and friends A Happy New Year TO ALL GREETINGS ill* H i Kit's "25 YEARS EXPERIENCE" Custom Upholstering Furniture Repairing Refiniihing Painting Antiques a Specialty 1343 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 4-7804 Complete Marine Electrical Service Marine Electrical Service, Inc. MIAMI. FLORIDA 1480 N.W. 22nd COURT PHONE NE 5-6531 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FABRIC DISCOUNT STORES, INC. 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    Pooa M >Jei*tfkx*&r Friday. Septembe; i 1964 ^. _.-. mm in Serriec... mm in Convenience! • r -r %I"-:M ;<- -.i i i : %  •-:-* j-: :.: -<-,: :- -f m EH n :.:*: :• • % %  ~' :•:• -:*:• u- 'c "ts *e .. — :: %  .'. •: -: %  "r" : •: ;: %  :* .. : %  .* • %  • :-: -.--. \--. -t* : %  %  > i : i.i :••• -• :n •{ !{ •• : •: W : ; :-;; j-. KB >UKJK WKLi 'M U • : -MT^K • '<: % %  %  .-.-.c • > -; i E-iihu FIRST NATIONAL r BANK in i : ii :•:!• • ;;n 11: umtti :niir u For the Best Automobile Buy Take a Ride to BISCAYNE DODGE, INC. 2250 N.E. 163rd St., No. Miami Beach Wl 5-5411 and Be Convinced that the few minutes ride will save you Hundreds of Dollars in Price The &*v Dea^s LC^GE & DODGE DART SEE JS Joe Rickey, mana ger BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HEW YEAR MIAMI FISH & LOBSTER CO. 5711 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions Supplied Phone PL 4-3667 TO ALL — HOLIDAY GREETNGS Richard lies Jim Conw.y READY POTATOES 2201 N.W. 2SUi AVENUE PHONE NE 5-U37 19 All SlASOiri CMfTMCS Mrs, iMlher T. Hartlinon T* MI mm r n*rr* mm rim MR. mmd MRS; LOWS EUJOTT KATZ mad FAKUIY !*•$.. x\m inrtrr GREETINGS T. S. BUDD OPTICIANS 10 SX. 2nd Avenue — Miami — Phone FB 9-1451 2(2 Andulusia — Coral GbU* — Phone HI e-0291 The Unprecedented Role el Israel Bond s Bv LEVI ESHKOi. Prime Minister Israel UJE -e CJIK a long -"ay together 'ince that !" aa ..:>:: aaa David Ben-Gunon launched Bond Drt** %  *as a -taring and boW step :.:•land was ther. 'Ai: of Ina*"I was ed to be iai -•.•• %  bag for fit Drcai aaa the realn be. %  ie knowledge that fail larael Bond %  mad realirj I doubt if 13 real many p* •: brad realrj battered %  %  terest. DM Brat B brad has moved from the era merit into the era of coc-olida'i'.n. from an era in which our %  a eh ear efforts will have UM -fir.;:: :• thdi lastia| The era of consolidation i *nd Tie planning. Israel's Econemy With every year, we come closer to that cconindependence we have We must therefore increase botn our efficiency and our productivity. We must explore aaa menu to exploit our limited natural resources and to uncover new ones. We must improve and ->e hdod. 7 rt e operational in the cor,-. r. Xea citiei %  i farmhave bet fmr pi -."-.-. nth has arisen t eel the chairenge "f the Negev Given the %  esc they *ill complete the ta^k. ith no less a "gre< of dedication and daring than they have ah pa-t IMl year we presented our your: — -.-! r 'hat matter, faanag Je-^s through*^:: I *ith a new challenge Shortly after ad a program to rede >?', .-\-i For ctntunerv :ral Galilee hbeen scarcely popula: until'ed and exposed. In the : %  : the rocky hills rrigati n network, bn. :r;c power, prepare the land for the pi ugh and bui • Linics. tyaag jue%  The O Galilee project • 8M take a !ement. Ir will spr benefits u tl •:. of agriculture. ill I Te AH ... A Most Ho,p. Mew Ytor "WHEtE OU4LITY I PKiCE MEET" Rut kin Interior Decorators SUKOVEtS DBAPERIfS COtNtCES vNfUTtN SliJXw1r* WHUwl OUifmti— 4J0iWW17AVl. CaNMCS-IUl HAPPY HOLIDAYS PIANO SALES and SERVICE NEED RCPA4KST 947-0356 N.W< 17lk AVENUE KKHMSHI\, "Yoag. Sott a fcs tii oD Our PLaoaare" 2233 NW Sad Avaaua f 4-4720 To AI! Our Friends and Pctrons Most Hcprv HOLJ r LANG ROOFING & TILE (0.. DiC. Established 1939 ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK PL 8-1009 PL 1-2878 430 N.W. 79th STREET TO ALL GREETINGS ALLIED BINDERY. INC. mom FOR m TRAM MR. AND MRS. JOE W. DEKSOtf 12*2 N.W. 29* Stre* %  S*tt| To All Happy Holidays Preston Pipclwcrs, tec "GAS LINES INSTALLATIONS"' 974 E. 25th STREET HIAIEAN, FtA. % 



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    Page 12-G *, lewlsti fhrldiar orved \uth distinction as president of the hospital lor the past four years. The Founders Club of Mount Sinai, under the leadership of our former president. Bar >:i deIlirsch Meyer, deserve special prai>e for their outstanding eflorts in helping to realize our goals I should also like to commend our administrative staff under Samuel Gertner, our executive direc tor, and our entire hospital family of over 1,200 employees for their loyalty, skill and deep interest. Our deepest thanks go also to Dr. Stanley Frehling. president of the medical staff, and to all our medical and professional staff for their untiring devotion to the care of our patients We are also indebted to Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. president, and her associates on the Women's Aux i iarv. To the fnfire Jewish Community a Healthy and Happy New Year JERRY GOODRICH, Consultant Coral Way BETTER HEARING AID SERVICE 3131 Coral Way (S.W. 22nd St.) PHONE 445-6822 tvtnings by Appointment SEASONS GREETINGS BECKY'S BEAUTY SALON 'FOR BEAUTY THAT LASTS' 14714 NW 7th AVENUE North Miami CALL 685-3261 FOR APPOINTMENTS Happy Rosh Hashona to All AAy Friends ORCHESTRA 345 N.W. 134th Street MU 1-0734 HAPPY NEW YEAR C ELI IIA IIAIR STYLIXI; LADIES' BEAUTY SALON 4253 West Flagler St. Ph. 446-2881 To All Happy Holidays BROWN ELECTRIC CO., INC. WATCH FOR OUR NEW OPENING IN OUR NEW HOME 7300 S.W. 42nd STREET To All Happy Holidays JERI'S HAIR FASHIONS Ladies' Beauty Salon 12780 Biscayne Boulevard Ph. 758-5481 To All Happy Holidays DUDLEY JOHNSON MORTGAGE CO. Real Estate & Mortgage Broker 732 duPont Bldg. E. Flagler St. Ph. 374-2667 To All Happy Holidays L. & F. AUTO PARTS, INC. USED CARS PARTS and SALES 2500 N.W. 75th STREET Ph. 691-2841



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    /, September 4, 1964 +Je*ist>Fk)r/ctiar Page 9-H in.ont by our social service, nursing and medll staffs. Thirty vacancies are yet to be filled before the projected optimum census of 206 Lsidents, which is 85 per cent of capacity. All cancies are on the new third floor of the [U |, Memorial which, along with the second floor, residents who, because of their phymities and incapacities, need the mosl sivc nursing and personal supervision, as ,,s medical attention. We are therefor ac rhe highest priority to this type of appii,, order to fill these vacancies as rapidly I, \soon ;is those 30 vacancies are rale of admissions will decline markihc waiting lists will !>.-_:iti to grow ii us ol our projected goals for internal n and the development of even higher I 5 ol care and rehabilitation for our resi e already taken several major slops. Hashona and during 5725. these and litative developments will become more iMclenl More Self-Sufficient WJova J iltasevu wJUDGE IRVING CYPEN The "new" Ablin Memorial with its three oors and five pavilions have afforded us the oportunity lor the first time to house and thus b, -cive our residents in accordance with their Rapacities and needs. Although 80 per cent of the pavilion residents are certified nursing care cases, he pavilions serve those residents who are able jo do many things for themselves and need minimal nursing supervision and personal care. Those aiding on the first floor of the Ablin must also able to do many things for themselves but need closer nursing supervision. Both of these groups ne able to walk or •'wheel-chair" themselves to |the main dining room for their meals. As our staff and volunteers motivate a resident to achieve a greater degree of self-care, he i* "graduated" from the second to third floor to [the more independent living environment of the Hirst floor. If there is further progress, then the Iftreatest degree of independent living can be [achieved by "graduation" to a private room in one |<'t the pavilions. Not only do some of our residents desire and strive for transfer to the pavilions, but they vigorously resist transfer back to (he Vim Memorial if a change in their physical condition requires a more protective setting. Another step ol major significance was taken several months ago. when we began to strengthen our staff. Without adequate staff, both qualitatively and quantitatively, any program of optimum care would be doomed to failure. Our medical staff has been considerably augmented in accordance with the concepts of prevention and health maintenance at the highest possible level for each individual. The staff now consists of a medical director, who serves half-time and is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day, cardiologist, optholomogist and rhcumatologist who each hold two clinics weekly and who arc also on call, and three podiatrists who conduct two foot clinics per week. Under the medical directors supervision, a wellrounded volunteer consulting staff is being developed, which will greatly strengthen the quality of our medical services. Individual Car* Several weeks ago, our psychiatric staff initiated weekly training sessions for nursing staff (aides, orderlies, practical and registered nurses), an in-service training program of great Continued on Page 11-H Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle and Family teivli then relatives and friends A II.i. %  •!• %  anil Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Weinstein and Family atix'es and fru rids A /,' ." .i IF .; 'roils V M "I ear Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Wcintraub Albe-'t and Saraiee \ ,' I %  I '. .. tAr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss arid Family i and All \ • Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss Stuart, Marty, Julie and gra:ic!son Mark K., of 4820 Orduna Drive ,h their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weiss and children Judy and Donny wish their relatival and friends A Hapry and Prosperous New "fear Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston daughters Patricia Ann and Meryl Sue wish their relatival and friends A Happv ami Prosperous New fear Mr. and Mrs. Isidor D. Wolf and Family II ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mrs. Max Wolfman Ernest, Lilla and children Claira and Max Stanley, Marilyn and son David u'ish es and J riends A ll.irp' an.I Prosperous '. V Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner and children Alan Jay and Judith Marcia wish thi nds A Happy and Pi \ zMr. and Mi i. William Zahler u>ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis and Family nidi their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous Mew fear Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Wexler and Family U'ish t/ior relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. William Whitehorn wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman and Sons wish their relatives and J riends A Happv and P osperous -Vie Tear -s-T-VMr. and Mrs. Benjamin Winick and Family U'ish their relatives and friends I A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Winitsky and Family U'ish their relatives and friend* A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone and Family i ish ifieir relatives and friends |A Happy and Prosperous New "Year Sara and Philip Straus U'ish their relatives and friends [A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. Manuel Sussman and Family U'ish their relative* and friends [A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Max Sussman and Son Wish 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. Oscar I. Tobey and Family Irish their relatives ana friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sussman and daughters Bryna, Anne and Marcia Wish their relatives and friends IA Happy and P-osperous New fear Mr. and Mrs. Max Swarti and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlm and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Ben Toursh and Family icish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New fear Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Vigman and children Ellen Carol, Robert and Joan Irish their relatives and friends A Harpy ami Prosperous New Teai Mr. Gilbert A. Viola wishes his relatives ami friends A Happv and Prosperous New fear Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel and sons Steven, Howard and Kenneth Wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert and Family wish (heir relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Dr. and Mrs. Doran D. Zinner and Family Michael, Karen and Donald irish their relative* and friends A Happy and Piosperous New 1 ea Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp and children Robert, Richard, Alan, Susan and Paul Wish their relatives and friends A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tea. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zitner wish their relatives and friends A Happy and prosperous New Tea. wMr. and Mrs. Joseph Tucker and Family u'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Taines and children Lauren and Lance wish their relalivts and friends A Happy and Prosperous Net" Tear -TMr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen and Family 1 wish their relatives -and friends A Happy and Prosperous New tear Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tavss and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin Joan and Jerry Wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mrs. Faya Tuplar and Family Irish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell and children Mark Philip and Cheryl Sue U'ish their relatives and friends Happy and "rosperrui New Tea* -uDr. and Mrs. Harold linger and Family wish their relatives and fhends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear -VMr. and Mrs. Morton Varat and children Cheryl, Lois and Andy wish their relatives and friends A Happy an J. Prosperous New Tedr Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Watdman wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Philip Warshaw and Family u'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman and Family icish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr .and Mrs. Morris Weinberger and Family icish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. Weinberger and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Weiner and children Maria and Chuck U'ish their relatives and_ friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear • jrr, %  %  • Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear It is our privilege to express Our appreciation to our many Friends for their kind consideration During the past year T We Express Genuine Greetings and Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR THE STAFF OF Jewish Florxdian Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Viener and Family uish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Dr. and Mrs. I. rewton Weinkle and daughter Romelle U'ish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear HO MINOitN WM. O. HOOARTH SftMA THOMPSON PEGGY HOGARTH HOARY MINOLIN EOYTHE SCHtNOtCRBERNARD MHIIR EtkNA de-MRONC •3 CHRISTINE CARDIGAN JENNIE C ORENT -.,-. HANNAH MOSS BITTY DfNSON JEAN KBIT' GEORGE TOOKE*.3kW LEE PHILLIPS JAMCS HOUANG -S*j EDITH ZIPP PAUL MORTON =*• FRANCES JAMES OTIS BECTON <*& ISABEL GROVE LEON IRrHSON FRANCES LEHMAN :



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    ?T7% .'.0 Israel HisradruT Committee mi Business and Professional Council Kupat Holim of Sreetef Mierrti OHl UMCOUi *OAD, MIAHI BIACH PHoee JE ft-1231 THE GMATU MIAHI MEDICAL CENTER Of HHSHtiA KEGEV EXTEND IB mH .'MEMBERS MB PHDBI BES7 WISHES FOB A HEALTHY HAPPY A.M. WEVV TEA* GREET/NG5 FROM American Society for TECHNION ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Inc. dedicated Ic %  .-: .;..-—-:..-.-; -.: TF/JH.VC*.' (c tool iniversiry in Haifa training .'-.--;<•-.. e.-.g..-.ers and tcieotists al IOIIIOBIOW THE OFFICERS and BOARD MEMBERS Savfh Florida Chapter •Yemen's Divciea Women's Dnrision Greater Miami Cheater Sevth Code Chepw IEO RUTSTEhY Southern Reaieoc/ Director 1425 %  16th St., Miami Beach 39, Fla. The OFFICERS, BOARD of TRUSTEES and STAFF of TEMPLE SINAI 1480 N.E. 123rd Street Extend Best Wishes to All for a Happy and Healthy New Year RABBI DANIEL M. LOWY CANTOR CHET GALE THE OFFICERS and BOARD OF DIRECTORS of THE GREATER MIAMI WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED titend Hew Year Oreefirtos to AH Their Members and friend* MRS. IARRY SILVERMAN, President Sincere Mew Year Orertinas ro The Jewish floridian and the Entire Community BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER MRS. SAM GOIDMAN, President THE SPINOZA FORUM 1M 11th STRUT, MIAMI BEACH DR. ABRAHAM WfXfSON. Chairman Fxlends te All A HAPPY NEW YEAR FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORDER BEN-GURION BRANCH NO. 304 Wishes the Jews and Chaverim %  // over the world a Happy Hew Year MAX B. ASTOH. President WM. L. BECKWITH. Secy. MANUEL BURSTEIN. Vice President Hebrew Univ.'s Plans for the New Year Ceot.nuajd from Pig* 9-G U nations %  | el 'mte<1 • %  .•-: Beguesti C %  i ayi and judges ledgi Z w Zalti • ice of the enw CwRrt of [trad Bfld :e...-•. .r.g pre.-iderit of the T'-l A • • Awarded of the '. ard in 19W • %  ere Judge Harold B • MBR. AND MRS. NICK MORLEY and MELVIN Wish AM Their sHtstive* and Fnends A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS MR. and MRS. BARNEY SLIFKIN 403 E. DiLido Drive Miami Beach 1 HAiONS GREETINGS CHRISTINE CARRIGAN %  If I III and >IO\ K OI: ZIFf %  and Family EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL COUNCILMAN AND MRS. HYMAN GALBUT and their four sons ROBERT, DAVID, Al B., and RUSSEU. extend best wishes to the Jewish Community ir. South Florida and throughout the World for a Happy. Healthy and Peaceful New Year MR. AND MRS. LEO MINDLIN and SONS, JEREMY and JACOB Wish Their Relatives and Friends PB'.B ntrnn ID; BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEA? TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. A. Finlev Binder e and Children J. Louis. Maurice Jcffry. Jonathan Mark and Ethel Mary We Extend Sincere Best Wishes to All Our Relatives and Friends Dr. and Mrs. Alvln F. Gardner and Daughter Ava Lee



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    /, September 4, 1964 JPH/*#> nrrMfrtn Pag 7-D 1 i taken similar stands before the convening the American Jewish Conference on Soviet ry and did so after the conference. What was Ible was that, for once in American Jewish r v the components of this variegated comty su gpentted their ideological and polemical [erences t.> join in one solemn voice of protest appeal to the Soviet rulers. Btrt it was also significant that American •s were not alone in urging the Soviet rulers estore at least minimal religious and cultural • s to the Je ws of R ussia The biennial conion <>i the AFL-CIO spoke out lor Russian s A group of world figures in London—inIding Dr. Albert Schweitzer. Dr. Linus Pauling Bertrand Russell—emphasizing that they Lg as Wends of the Soviet Union, also appoal10 Soviet Premier Khrushchev. Pope Paul VI ; i Jewish War Veterans delegation that he concerned over the lot of Soviet Jewry and he intended to pray 'for these poor people." The effectiveness of such appeals and press on the Soviet rulers remained uncertain, .jet courts continued to impose sentences of [optional severity, including death, on Jews for ,


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    ^ Septerr.jer 4. 1964 *. If Wlftl Flnridliriin Page 15-E -i:-< \lv 11 '.ate portraying the Shofar ceemony in the synagogue. The plato is a Persian craftsmen of the 19th cen ury. he Meaning cf Rosh Hashona Today Continued from Page 2-E r left behind us. But it our prayers and i ii are to be meaningful, they must be Kited ivith strict relation to past effort and iilir.: Most certain, no sound enterprise would inbart pon plans for the future without thorJigh si uly of previous experience. ;it the threshold of the New Year, we ^ighl ell pause to ponder to which use we 8vi p the old. What have we achieved durittii year? It might have passed as quickly |* a flteting shadow, yet a precious span of the ; of life has been spent. Hav< we made ourselves useful to those around |. and society at large? Have we deployed our ntellerlual gifts adequately, furthering our knowlIge am bettering our understanding? Have we. Ixertetl self-control, mastered tomptation and kept i vise watch upon the weak spots in our kiritua! make-up? Have our daily pursuits been londuettd throughout with integrity? Are we ready to plead before our .Maker, confident that we have not abused our natural gifts, latent talents and the opportunities the year has afforded US? Maimonides reminds us that the ram's horn is directed toward this awakening: •"Arouse your selves, slumberers ponder upon your deeds, and remember your Maker." In the Musaf Amida, we refer to our handwriting in the Book of Life "and the handwriting nt every man is found therein." Some of us make a deliberate and neat impression; others remain lethargic. Their record is a dirty smudge "And in thy love Thou has granted us this Day of Remembering." Can we associate such an awesome occasion with divine love? If man can but make proper use of these solemn days and it jolts him back to a more profound perspective upon life, it is an invaluable gift. Where would Israel be without this unique annual stimulus toward remembering and self-introspection? This is Rosh Hashona's stirring message. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAROLD and NORMA ABBOTT and Children Ed, Myles and Barry TED S. and MIEKE FINKEL and son Robert TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS QUALITY LATHING AND PLASTERING. INC. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE" 5205 SW 89th COURT MO 5-2354 ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS, SEAL-COATING GEORGE OBENOUR, JR. & SONS, Inc. BONDED ROOFING & SHEET METAL ROOF CLEANING & SEALING Established 1926 "We Use Thoroglaze" 7352 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. PL 7-2612 NEW YEAR GREETINGS .MM: WJKLCII MOVING t STORAGE EXPERIENCED-SERVICE 2712 N.W. 56th STREET Miami, Fla. NE 5-2461 GREETINGS Eunice Denison HOTEL PERSONNEL SPECIALIST "Staffing Prestige Hotels the World Over" 1690 Alton Road Phone JE 4-4741 MIAMI BEACH To All Happy New Year and Season's Greetings A1TERBACH PAINT CO. 1671 ALTON ROAD Distributor of Bruning Paints Our sincere wishes to everyone for a year of Peace, Health and Happiness \\U9i2 / MIAMI'S OLDEST CHEVROLET DEALER ILUI MY f#fw&$ MIAMI NEW YORK BALTIMORE BOSTON DAYTONA BEACH BEST WISHES FROM DICK TURPIN DISTRIBUTOR FOR FRIEDRICH FLOATINGAIR AIR CONDITIONERS & COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS CONTRACTORS 1798 NW 20th ST. NE 3-0537 TO ALL GREETINGS F. W. WOOLWORTHS YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT A WOOLWORTH STORE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED F. W. WOOLWORTHS 410 LINCOLN ROAD 74th & COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH i TO ALL — HOLIDAY GREETNGS ATLAS SCREW & SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC. Bolts — Nuts — Screws — Washers — Expansion Bolts Steel — Brass — Stainless — Aluminum IRVING M. STERN 3675 NW 67th ST. Miami OX 1-4351 TO ALL GREETINGS NAT and AL ZALKA CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO., INC. "EGGS FRESH DAILY" 41 NW 10th STREET FR 9-0675 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ACME FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO. CASE GOODS — FURNITURE — WOOD 1820 N.W. 1st AVE Phone 374-6465 A Happy New Year to All Our Customers and Friends from MR. AND MRS. JACK EMMER and THE EMMER GLASS CORPORATION 6250 NW 35th AVENUE, Miami



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    Peg14-A "JmistflcriMsv) Friday. September I Move to Cut American Aid to Egypt WASHINGTON JTA — A Ml virtually ail future •*: Temple Judea. at 12 30 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramcnwtz. of Temple Menorah, at 1 p.m. Rjbbi Max Shapiro, of Congr nation Beth Kodesb, a' 3 p.m Government — permitting Nasser thereby to divert his economy and agriculture to grow cotton for export to the Communists, to pay for over Sl.OoO.OOO.OOO worth of the most modem and lethal weap Rep Boiton found it 'intolerable"' that the "Food for Peace"' program was being used "to finence Natter' aggressive adventures He gave details on how U.S. assistance under both Republican and Democratic Administrations helped subsidize Nasser's military machine. He said that, recently. ,uch aid was used to underwrite the cost of the war in Yemen The Bin. M.K.UBOB. IS due on the House floor for action this week The chances of the Bol ton amendment are viewed as fav o.-able because of disillusionment with Nasser. But the stand of Congressmen from large urban centers will be crucial. Rep. Boiton said that, in the last few day;. Nasser pressured the Lnited States in connection with the evacuation of two American-leased airbases in Libya. He also raised a question of Nasser's supply of arms to Greek Cypnots >" disrupt American and United Nations peace effort; in Cyprus. He revealed that the State Department now is in "active discu-ion" in Cairo on a new threeyear agreement for vast new surplui commodity -hipments to Egypt. Rep. Boltor. said that members Congrei -hould back hianti• r amendment because it was not a partisan issue and conformnominee for the V crP m with both the Republican and favored severance of Democratic platform planks on during the debate r the Near East. He stated that ar.ti-ageres.sion am* "' Sen Hubert H. Humphrey. Mm-iderabL sTatc T D -' ne^ota Democrat and Democratic Boiton more was I STORM REPAIRS IMMEDIATE SERVICE L. P. HOME CONSTRUCTION Miami Ph. 821-0651 Miami Beach JE 1-5562 MR. AND MRS. MORRIS ORLIN AND FAMILY EXTEND BE ST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FOR EVERY l>l ItlOs, STOtf rtOMT rlATI AND WINDOW GU fntmitmrt Tops, leveftrf *;„,„ tJ ^ fttihtrim§ Omr Spttithy E L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th SI£E£T Phono FR 1.1343 Mtffit OHi* WE INSTALL GLASS To All Season's Greetincs KOSSOF-CYPEN INSURANCE, Inc. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Ph. 534-2177 825 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beacn LEE VOGEL, LADIES' MAN. I %  too. : •' %  '• Mr, Vcje.'s entertaining and informal .* :.! n,ght-ti~e d icauion show, 'Open Phone Forum."' V'.'.iij through Saturday it I PM Ask that question or


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    Page 10-A *Mist Burtikxn Friday. September 4, l9j .i S ERMON Or THr WEEK: THE HIGH PURPOSE OP THE NEW YEAR .*•#•< 5Ao/ar >1 wa/W Us from Our Spiritual Slumber %  Y our-ta-k rid." ter world." God -aid -^" I' angered. ~u., ~ world is such a Large %  pi 1 so complicate n | By OR IRVING LEHRMAN Temple Emjnu-Ei ritual of :. j.'ar AcMaimonide-. th.• he pur;<<>-e clock which t:.'-[ron from H<>. • : tune oar. ; .-. the statement of Lr L on a • • England waBalepinion of Amenta.'. Jewer *aAmerican mt. It has and potentials of • but it i f^-t asleep." not only a •,-nent. hut the> arc to all of 11 abland amem ben of Ou Dt. /y;vc LihumAN mmukt I'om slumbtr hau.du • • % %  : %  '.'. .1 1 apacitj I reatni ai 'l has instilled G tt*** ? TIRED? B<; relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes-Swiss Knss Mineral and Whirlpool Baths — Massage Complete Gymnasium —Swimming Pool MODERATE RATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL FR 9-8861 (ask for "Spa") For Men and Women TO OUR MANY FRIENDS PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES HOLIDAY GREETINGS MURPHY & JORDAN, Inc. INSURANCE MANAGERS and AGENTS AFFILIATED WITH MURPHY & JORDAN, INC. WITH OFFICES AT 161 Park Avenue Rutherford, N.J. AND 233 Broadway New York 7, N.Y. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 1150 S.W. 1st Street FR 7-2318 the pow....:.* He hat molded us in mage and made us "but a •nan the angels If wi permitted the-. •\elop. what spiritual ar.'i moral giant.we should be How sad it is that in the Of Mark Twain, 'the refuse! to giant." Thu>. our Creator, and we infaithful to our true selves. • ilate to the neanii •of our passions and -• and we are lost We anno different from the giant. Gulliver, portrayed by Jonathan Swift, who lies pros irate and helpless on the ground. deep in =lumber. while tiny Lilliputian-eize him. bind him. control him and actually enslave him Thiithe tragedy of our lives and the curse of aimlesliving. Like the witches of Macbeth, we do and we do and we do. but we accomplish so little all because we are small and our I myopic; all because we do not really -" r lccl or cornpre):.•: d; all because we are aProf. Arnold T>\nbee. the faEi glish historian, ha> pop the belief that in the human hi-tory it is only those civilizations and peo pies !>•.'" n sponded to the chal. of their times that sur• .• re.-t perished I ki no other generation in human history that h.-tbeen b o m b a r d c d with thai:' %  • r than those we face totraditions and our valueare being buffeted by the winds ol unrest We stand at the crossroads, How >hall we re-pond to all these challenge-'' The -holar pleadwith US to awaken—to emerge from the -hill of Minigness and complacency and Mnallness of spirit. The sounds of the shofar inspire us to rise to our full moral and spiritual -tature as God's children and as His co-workers in -mall and u-< .. n (thing I cat the fashioning of a new world But God. in „i| ;. M I and a Letter society. -aid, Oh. jnsl buil In the wordof the poet you." Cantor MarchbeinMarbiny In California CANTOR MARCHBEIN Cantor and Mme. Marchbein-Marbiny wish all their Florida friends a happy and prosperous New Year. The Cantor now officiating at Beth Tefilah Congregation also serves as Music Director, Choir-leader and Hebrew Teacher. His wife Stella, a Prima-donna of Italy's La Scala Opera, was appointed by the Music College to take over the vocal muter class, left vacant by the recent death of Galli Corei, also of La Scala. : *t*ml Trail) MIAMI, FLORIDA Foramina M. Rotvnthtl, OwntrOctctor Ftrmtr Ant Olrttttr Mt Slnal Mms. Cleveland 4 Dirrrior Jevlih Home for AJ. Piltibitrth



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    Jday, September 4, 1964 +Jmlst) fk>ridliicM Page 13-H IFCS is Strengthening for Year Ahead Continued from Page 2-H lency of Mrs. Monna Kline Lighte, the y Committee has shown a steady growth, contributed substantially toward the tamp rreatment Home for emotionally-disturbed L; pn, In addition to its money-raising activity. Women's Committee has been our most cctive public relations agent, and we look fori to its continued growth under its new presdent. .Mrs. Max Cogen. Group Treatment Home the Croup Treatment Home is almost ready open. A site has been selected, and it is exBcted that in September final arrangements will completed so that we may move in. The staff, mil is being assembled now, will begin setting Ihe facilities as soon as practicable, and we expel that the Home will be in operation, with itboys in residence, by the end of 1964. This ill represent the culmination of two years of foliations and planning for the first residential patment center for emotionally-disturbed chil^en in 'he South, specifically designed to operate j small group-home setting. This Home will be for teen-age boys, who do Bt need to be institutionalized, but who can be fated while living in a family atmosphere, where ley can attend public school, take part in community activities and, of course, receive constant %  pervision and treatment by our casework staff, ^eluding our psychiatric and psychological contants. Financially, the Home has been made ;-ible by the support of the Women's Commit. by a three-year grant from Jewish Children's Srvice in Atlanta, and by the generosity of our irectors and our good friends in the local comunity, both individually and in such groups as Be Deed Club. New Adoption Program A glance at our annual report for 1963 shows lat we placed only seven children for adoption st year. This year, because of an arrangement ,e have been able to make with another cornunity which has more babies to place than it MRS. BURTON GOLDSTEIN can find homes for, we hope to make many more adoptive placements. We can now urge Jewish couples who wish to adopt a child to apply to us, with the expectation that if they qualify they will receive a baby within a relatively short time. In this department, also, we are adding another social worker to handle the increased number of adoption studies. The Board of Directors of JFCS is currently undertaking a self-study so that we may intelligently lay guidelines for the future. The meaning to us of such matters as population shifts, changes in the requirements of our clients, and many other factors must be surveyed if we are to continue to meet the needs of a growing city. At present, for instance, we are quite concerned with the shortage of foster homes for school-age children who must be temporarily removed from their own families. 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    Page 12-A +Jm/ri§Mi ttorkM uj Friday, September 4, Rosh Hashona Services Continued from Pag* 9-A vices, the sermon topic will be Who is a Conservative? Family ten ice* will be held at 2 P m • Temple Beth Sholom, Cha.-tAve. at 41>t St.. will have Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating at weekend and High Holy Day services, with Cantor David Conviier rendering the musical portions of the observances. Friday services at 8:15 p.m will be preceded by organ prelude> beginning at 7:45 p.m.. and Saturday morning is slated to begin at 1045 a.m Rabbi Kroni.-h' theme for Rosh Ha.-hona will be "In Search of Faith During Thee Daya of Dialogue." On Sunday. Sept. 6. during 8:15 services, the eve of Rush Ha>hona, v ill explore Apathy and V10lence." On Monday and Tuesday, he will explore "Apathy and V10CUSS 'America and Israel" the :ir>t day. and "Rabbi and Congregant'" on the second day. • Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, 2400 Pinetree Dr.. will hold regular Friday 6 p.m. and Satur da) 8:30 a.m services Rosh Hashona services will be held in the auditorium of the Dora Cohen Memorial Building, with Cantor Seymour Kutner. of Memphis. Tenn., officiating and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross offering the serMoscow Discourages Observance of New Year MOSCOW — iJTA — Two cantors • ith choirs will participate in the High Holy Day services to be conducted here at the Central rding to an anncement b> Chief Rabbi Yeh Li ib Levin, the Novosti si lgn< 1. an official S • : % %  rvice, report. • '• "1. cam • %  a re named Barkan and" %  A" %  • same time S -'. reI that Rabbi L< statement on 1 %  • : Ri sfa Hashona "With \ %  : ighty. the New r will bring us new happi• The chic: thinis the saiepeace The pie of my country are work for thi-; all peoples of good are working for it. As the el i-aiah urged: Our is to rail.', our forces the • indness and hapLet there be Efforts to send to Soviet Jews a supply of ethrogim, Israeli grown citrons used in rites celebrating the holiday of Succoth, havt thus far failed. Requests for permits addressed to the Sovlot authorities remain unanswered, it was reported in Jerusalem. Su!t/. the latter an employe ol the Isra n ol sin] Zi mist literature" among Jews in Riga. Kiev and other large cities (The New York Times quoted Trud as aying that three members of the Central Synagogue have been suspended for six months for havirg contacts with the Israelis. The three were identified, without first names, as Feldsher, Vilenchik and Genin.) Experts hi re on Soviet 1 la] that "Novosti g hot, while Trud is blowcold." The\ said that Novosti is trying to influence public sentiment abroad in resp m e to orldv ide protests against Soviet full i' :. ious cultural rights to Russian Jews At the ame time, they noted, Trud is "setting the line" for Soviet tit: mons. Ro~h Ha-hona schedule" -tarts 6 p.m., Sunday, and continues 8 a.m., Monday and TuesSept. 7 and 8. Monday sermon by Rabbi Gross will be Reaching for the Moon in Jewish Life On Tuesday, his topic will be "A Nation is Born." • • • Rabbi Zevi Greenwald will con duct the Conservative service.at I Southwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW 8th St.. beginning Friday at 6 pm. On Saturday. 9 a.m.. his >ermon topic will be "Thoughts and Actions for the Holy Days." During the Rosh Ha-hona ob-ervance. beginning Sunday. Sept ;'.. at 6 p.m.. Rabbi Greenwald will be assisted by the choir First day sermon on Monday, 8:3o a.m is entitled "What are We.'" On Tuesday, also 8:30 am., services will include a sermon on "The Book of Life." Both dayconclude with Mincha and Maanv at 6 p.m. Rabbi David Lehrfield and < Abraham Sell will officiate during weekend anil holi I IJ ser ;•! Knescth Isriel Cona-cgation, 1415 Euclid Ave Friday evening services will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday sermon, du -. will be "StandBi fore God on the Ev< the Hi '1 Holy Days." 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    [, September 4. 1664 *Je*ist tier Mian Page 3-J r jt of this conclave, a Rabbis and Presidents i M n was held, also in October, 1963. at which ,, present adopted a resolution pledging each gatlon and organization to hold a JNF %  m once a year to further the work and inthe reputation <>f Jewish National Fund purposes and goals. n Dec. 1963. the annual Jewish National i nquet was held at the Fontainebleau Hotel. mur Samuel as guest speaker. Ilowing the dinner, the annual traditional rag "ay was conducted under the chair I |> of Mrs. .lacob Davis who, together with i my ol workers recruited from the Miami and Miami Chapters of Hadassah, the Pio\\i men's Organization of Greater Miami. hi \Y men's Organization and other aflilial ,.ii /..tions, did a praiseworthy job for JNF Kennedy Peace Forest January. 196J. at the request ol the newly• national president of the JNF of America. \t. Breseier, the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest aunched nationally. Following this, in February, 1964. Bressler honored the community of I;-I ater Miami by addressing the Jewish National Purim Seudah and initiated the Kennedy Pt; Forest rally. conjunction with the John F. Kennedy Forest, a concert was held in March at the I Beach Auditorium featuring top Israeli Is. To strengthen the activities of the JNF here. '! ummunity was honored by visits from such nalities as Mendel N. Fisher, of Ihe JNF of America, and Hanan Yarden, of the Keren Kaycin Jerusalem. In appreciation of the He :in v. educators of Greater Miami and the rollAt Jewish National Fund Memorial Concert in honor of John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel are standing (left to right) Hanan Yarden, coordinator of the concert, Amiram Rigai, pianist; Hadassah Badoch, dancer; Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, co-chairman of the John F. Kenglous schcols of the community for their effort on behalf of the JNF. a party was held on Tu B Shevat at which over 100 'teachers participated The Jewish National Fund and the Bureau oi Jewish Education held a combined Youth Festival and Tu B'Shevat celebration in Temple Ner Taniul. where the JNF presented awards to nedy Memorial Concert; Marcia Gamliel, percussionist; Eliahu Gamliel, flutist; Ephraim Biram, baritone; and Zev W. Kogan, cochairman of the concert. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Emil Morton, who sang the national anthems; Tova Porat, singer,and Ruth Manse. one of Israel's foremost music teachers and accompanist. outstanding schools for their JNF effort. Citations were also presented to Louis Schwartzman. Zvi Berger and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. A special program geared to the amusement of the religious school children of Beth Torah CongregaContmueci on Page 9-1 HAPPY NEW YEAFt^ /torn, CITY NATIONAL BANKS CORAL GABLES • MIAMI BEACH MIAMI CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI 25 W. Flagler Street MICHAEL J. FRANCO iEONARD L. ABESS President Chairmen ol the Boerti CITY NATIONAL BANK OF CORAL GABLES 2701 LeJeune Road ALLAN T. ABESS. JR. President ROBERT M.ALTEMUS Chairmen of the Board CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 326 71st Street • Miami Beach GERALD A. KELLER President LEONARD L. ABESS Chairmen ol the Board COMPLETE NATIONAL BANK SERVICE / EVERY MODERN BANKINC FACILITY > Members: FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM / FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. OUTH FLORID A 1 L A K O e • T • K O U P OP AFFILIATED BANK*



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    Friday. September 4, 1964 +Jewi$li FhrScffon Page 7-C v(\NSA), that in the statement on Jews ., ,'„,' mJnttOT •* the Islamic reU^wn.-- &f iH> felt—also in Jewish circles—that this j be quite justified, and there are many who ,1,.,, ,1,,. re-affirmation of kinship may turn s useful for peace, especially since, in hisan d theological perspective, Islam is a ,'„„„ child ol Judaism and Christianity. unanimous are opinions about the in .i on _aiinounced by the same source-of a ret cc t, ( the Zarathustrian religion into the c declaration. The intention may be good, many an observer fears that such a con.ion, lacking any historical or theological moti• on—may lend itself to discordant interpretaHistorical Tendency rhis feeling was well expressed by Bruno di la ., young professor of history, during a ting in Rome. The fight against Jews, he I was one of the aspects of the historical tencj ol religious majorities to overpower minoriJews "ire not the only—and not even the -i treated—victims of such a universal tenc} in the present multiple society, religions readj t<> co-exist and ready for demobilization i disarmament of their arsenals. One of the jpons was the deicide story, and its full revoin should be viewed by Jews as a sign of ce, without rancour but also without a feeling eing obliged to gratitude. That the sad events past centuries were in reality a religious strugle iobscured by the fact, Di Porta insisted. t Jews, the weaker part, supplied all the vics The more so can we consider it as victory • ue not only survived but that we maintain• mr faith in its purity. Another competent Jewish opinion regarding lh expected Council document was expressed by A -usto Segre head of the educational and cul• :J1 department of the Union of Jewish Comnities in Italy, in an article in the monthly : ilino"—and later in a public conference. Atevaluating the immense value of the docuent he said: "History teaches that it is not ugh to promulgate laws and decrees against %  • i-Semitism. but it is necessary to recognize the Jewish traditional and spiritual values." Honest Evaluations Therefore, the decree proposed to the Ecu• lical Council Vatican II will be a limited sue-. it it remains in terms of a formal declaraI i. Segre continued: "Only if in seminaries in schools—from the kindergarten to the university, and in churches—from the basilicas and i thedrals to the simple small churches in the ntry, from the cathedral and the pulpit, in ci Dtacts with the -great" as well as with the people, all the priests will engage not only to illustrate the content of this schema, but also to spread an mg men a word of goodness, of love, of clarifici tion, of honest evaluation of human rights, also ii relation to Jews, so that the document lives Signing the scroll at groundbreaking ceremony for the Joseph Cherner Center in Jaffa, Tel Aviv. Left to right are Adolf Robison, vice chairman of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation; Hillal Barzel, head of the Tel Aviv Youth Department for Culture and Sport; Mrs. Ruth Cherner, of Washington, DC, formerly of Miami Beach; and Mordechai Namir, Mayor of Tel Aviv. The Joseph Cherner Center is the latest in a network of cultural centers established by the Foundation in Israel. and acts within the heart of every man: if all men will feel the desire to realize the Word of the Lord followed by Abraham. Moses, by the Pro. phets and by Jesus, by the Pharisees and by the Apostles when everyone will be convinced that physical freedom cannot be separated from the spiritual freedom, only then will we be able to sav that an era of peace, love and hope rises above tormented humanity." A similar thought, and similar request, was expressed by the Chief Rabbi of France, Dr. Jacob Kaplan, in front of the Florence Synagogue on occasion of the commemoration for Jules Isaac. The former's speech is widely known by now, but it is useful to quote here the following words: "That statement, which Jules Isaac so much hoped for. and which the civilized world awaits with undeniable interest, will it be apt to dry up the roots of religious anti-Semitism? 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    Friday. September 4. 1964 Jewisti fkwidicMi Page 3-E Major Jewish Prcblems During 5724 Ey CHARLES E. SHULMAN — HE \. • Year '"2a inherits mapy of the JewI problems and concerns of the past year. these are the position of the Jews Union, the tensions in the Middle deliberations of the Ecumenical Courtproposed schema designed to relieve the ople of the blame for the death of Jesus ,, ,,.endemic problem of Jewish education and culture in the I'nited States to match American v. alth and affluence. I Jewry'! difficulties grow greater with the attacks on Jewish life and culture car:lh the knowledge and approval of the i i Protests Irom Jews and Christians have thus far proved unavailing. Only recent I) anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union reach ,.,l incendiary proportions with the Ukrainian ition f a book. "Judaism Without Embellishment," which was so vile in its Strcicher-like nip,' of the Jews that the Russian GoverniiHiii felt compelled to disavow it. i'.ut the repression of the three million Jews ii i Russia continues unabated. An eighteen program was drawn up by a Conference of v mean Jews which met in Washington to proIhe denial to Soviet Jews of their basic in• ons and facilities granted to other religions and nationalities in Russia. But thus far there en little success in implementing this program The coming year will increasingly challengi the American Jewish community to more positive action to prevent the spiritual death of iIn great Jewish community remaining in Rus>ia Problems of Defense In Israel the problem of defense remains paramount in the face of continued Arab hostiltj anil threats of war. The presence of German scientists in Egypt supervising the manu(acture of rockets ostensibly designed for the de-truction oi Israel has not lessened the perturbalion -if the Israelis. It has. in fact, given them I thoughts about establishing diplomatic nlations with the Bonn Government. The State visit of Prime Minister E>hkol to %  ica, while occurring in a cordial and friend•no~phere, left unanswered many of Israel's el greater American help in countering the • ous Egyptian arms buildup of Soviet RusMore important than the results of the visit the visit itself. It was the first time in the sixteen year history of the Jewish State that its Prime Minister was officially invited by the President of the United States to be a guest of the American Government. The fact that the State Department finally saw fit to reprimand the Arab ambassadors for their Initiating B'nai B'rith Women's "Visit for Rights" campaign to hasten passage of the Civil Rights Act during the outgoing Hebrew Year 5724 was Mrs. Leonard M. Sims, of Detroit, president of the national organization. She is shown with Sen. Philip A. Hart, of Michigan. breach of diplomatic propriety in connection with the Eshkol visit has not obviated the problem of dealing with Arab propaganda in America. The case of the Jordan mural still remains as a vicious attack on Jewish integrity at the World's Fair in New York Bridge to Diaspora Other problems relating to the State of Israel still await solution as the New Year dawns. Stronger bridges are needed between Israel and the Diaspora. The loosened Zionist structure in America and abroad calls for some means of organized maximum loyalty and interest of world Jewry in the development of the State of Israel. 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    Poqe8-A %  f j +Je*is*ncrkltori Fridcy. Septen-Jjer Rosh Hashona to Open Sunday Eve Continued from Page S-A SeCOSbOl day. services also begin %  I 8 a.m.. followed by a sermon on 'Reason tor Existence Even-•.-.ices Monday at 630 p.m.. and Tuesday at 7 30 p.m. • • Cantor Julius Rosenstein will off.ciate at Temple Tifereth Jacob, Kl E 4th Ave.. Hialeah. following 1 Sabbath weekend services ". the Temple's observance •-:: n Sunday. 6 pm. First day of Rosh Hashona ay. Sept T. at 8 30 a.m. Evening services will be at 6 p.m. ill be iollo..en : r -econd day. Sept 8. with Can" Rosenstein preaching sermons on both : Temple Zimorj, 44 Zamora Ave Coral Gables, will hold two •": High Holy Day services. Rabbi Hershel Brooks will -off c iate at services at the Temple beginning Sunday, Sept. 6. 6 p.m.. with Cantor Ben Dickson officiating First day of Rosh Hashona. Monday, Sept. 7. begins at 7:30 am., with Rabbi Brooks scheduled to discuss What Does it Mean to be Human 0 '" Second days services are also at 730 a.m. Sermen will be 'Sin—War—Country."' Ri v Israel Friedman will officiate at auxiliary services at Dado County Auditorium, with services beginning Erev Rosh Hash ona at 6 p.m. Services Monday are at 7:30 a.m.. with the sermon scheduled as "We Write a New Page in the Book of Life." On the second day. also at 7:30 a.m.. >en'ices will include "If All Our Prayers are Answered." Cantor Fred Bernstein renders the musical portions of the liturgy. • Miami Beach Eti Chaim, 1544 Washington Ave.. will hold Friday evening serviceat 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services, beginning at 830 a m.. will include reading of the weekly portion of the Torah and a sermon delivered by Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. Mincha, at 6 p.m. will be followed by Maariv services. The New Year of 5725 will be ushered in on Sunday at 6 15 p.m. Monday, the day of Rosh Hashona, will begin at 8 a m with services conducted by Morris Steinbook. gabbai, followed by reading of the Torah. Rabbi Strassfeld s sermon will be "Birthday of HumanUy." Cantor Rabbi Morris Fruchter will conduct the Musof services, and the day will concYide with Mincha. TashJich and Maariv. Tuesday morning services, at 8 a.m., will include reading of the Torah. sermon on "Reason and Sentiment in Judaism." and the -hofar service. Mincha is scheduled for 5 30 p.m., followed by -Maariv, L-^c meteru 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI invites you to attend Special Memorial Services Sunday, September 13 vonduetvd by RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD FLAGLER-GRANADA 10:30 a.m. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN TEMPLE EMANU-EL 11:30 a.m. RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO BFTH DAVID 12:00 noon RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ TEMPLE MENORAH 1 p.m. RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER TEMPLE JUDEA 12:30 p.m. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CONGREGATION BETH KODESH 3:00 p.m. For Further Information Call MO 1-7693 Regular Saturday morning services will be held at Temple Ner Tamid, 79th St. and Carlyle Ave., at 8:45 a.m. Rosh Hashona will be ushered in on Sunday at 6:15 p.m.. with the holiday observance on Monday and Tuesday scheduled for 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Rab bi Eugene Labovitz and Cantor Saul H. Breeh will officiate. Sermon during the first morning will be "Revealing Our Innermost Secrets." On the second morning, Rabbi Labovitz will speak on %  Man in Search of Himself." • • "Free New Year TTioughts" will be Rabbi S. M. Matchtei's ser mon at 8:30 p.m. services on Friday r.ight at Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 N'W 22nd Ave.. OpaIccka. Saturday morning senices beginning at 9:30, will include "The Weekly Portion." Rabbi Machtei will conduct services and preach tb.e sermons during the holidays, with Cantor Abraham Reiseman and the Temple choir chanting the musical portions. On Sunday. 8 p.m.. the Rosh Hashona eve topic will be "Farewell and Welcome." Schedule on Monday slates services at 9 a.m. and G p.m.. and on Tuesday at 9 a.m. S<>rmons on the first day will be "There is Only You." and "Where is God?" The question. What Makes You a Jew?", will be explored on the second day. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. assisted by Cantor George Goldberg and Morris Brooks, will officiate (Turing weekend and Holy Day serservices will be at 630 p.m. SatCenter, 50 NW 51st PI. Friday sen-icewill bat 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a m.. with Bar Mitzvah oi Ira. son of Mr and Mrs. Murray Gordon, to be followed by Kiddush, Rosh Hashona Mincha on Sunday be at 6 p.m. Schedule on the first anil second days star! at 8 CIVt YOUR CMILMIH A JtWISH EDUCATION Send them to: The David Pinski Folk School 846 Washington Av.. Miami B*nch FREE TRANSPORTATION Tel. 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Junior services during the High Holy Days ill be held from 10:30 to 12:30, p.m. Samuel Hollander and Meryn Levin will supervise services for the 9 to 14-year-olds. Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No Miami Beach Blvd.. will bold regular services on Friday at 6 p.m. On Saturday, during .services beginning at 8:45 a.m.. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Neil, son m Mr. and Mrs Herbert YYolfer; and Malcolm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Teitzer. High Holy Days "ill be observed starting on Sunda) at 6 p.m. Morning services' on Monday ami Tuesday are slat-1 ed lor 7:30 a.m.. followed by Torah reading at 9 15 am. Shofar will bo heard at 10:45 a.m.. closing Mincha and Maariv at 6 p.m. "Can We Rediscover a National and Individual Purpose''" will be the question discussed by Dr. Lipschitz on the first day. On the second day. hjs Rosh Hashona sermon will be on "Become Involved and Do Not Mind Your I Own Business." All musical por-| tions of the bobdey bs. will be chanted by Canto, Zion Kirschenbaum. Temple Juatea, 320 p Ave.. .will hold Fnda\ t services at 8:15 p.m. Rabt ris A. Kipper v.ill officiate Harry Carney, organ the liturgical music 1 mi bat will be hosted by Mr, as Ben Kazan in honor Michael, who will Mitzvah during Satur<: services at 10:30 am evening at 8:15 p.m., in the Rosh Hashona at the Temple. "Is archie"" will be the cussed by Rabbi Kipper %  day, with further discus-i day. Is Liberal JVidaisi Ancient?" Ser\ ices arc scheduled fur '." children's service on 2:30 p.m. • •Arc We Afraid will be Rabbi Danic •erman during Friday services. 8:15 p.m. a; Sinai of North Dade, lit St. Rosh Hashom servi be conducted by Rahbi L ginning Sunday at IS nu -ll Mot. witt I n n • % %  I us, Biil mmj -•ndajl -•t l] Ar, diJ : %  I "jes-l %  or %  : 12M • % %  bt. r ip:c I Continued on Following P,., Community Memorial Services OFFERED BY THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION "HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS -ART 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 13 ; 1964 11:00 A.M. (One Week from This Sundc. MM Solomon Sch'iff 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. 137rh STREET Sunday, September 13,1964 2:00 P.M. (One Week From This Sunday) Rabbi Solomon SchHI Rabbi Max Shapiro Rabbi Tibor H. Stern WILL OFFICIATE Canfor Maurice Mamches WILL CHANT THE LITURGY $ o $ SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED HYMAN CHABNER. President HYMAN P. GALBUT. P-o< -< Chairr in CO CHAIRMEN MEMORIAL SERVICES COMMOTE!



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    ?cge 14-C +Jeist ntriJiir Friday. September 4. 1964 NEW VEAI GimLNGS TO ALL... e9 L <& JWIFSTREAM HALLANDALE, FLORIDA HOME OF THE FLORIDA DERBY James Donn, Jr., President TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR Harris Paving and Construction Co. PAVING CONTRACTOR Road Building • Clearing • Excavating • Grading Storm Drain*.?* • Equipment Rental "FOR SERVICE CALL" HARRIS PAVING 4275 S.W. 73rd Ave. MO 7-6459 Best Wishes For A Happy Holiday Season MAXWELL CO. INC. 7321 NE 2nd AVENUE Miami, Fla. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS All South Dade Appliance, Inc. SERVICE & REPAIRS ON ALL APPLIANCES WE BUY & SELL ADA/ RAl REFRIGERATORS EASY APPLIANCES KITCHENAAAID DISHWASHERS 9816 South Dixie Hwy. Ph. 661-3915 Happy New Year to Our Many Friends BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO. Sales and Se r v : ce — Aii \'aes SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS & SERVICE 12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. PL 1-2889 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL II 11 11 o Hair Stylists FOR rOVI N t W HAIR S T f I I MO 7-2213 1561 Sunset Dr., C.G. (Near Red Rd.) HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL W. F. GLOVER CO. Saylor-Beall Air Compressors Distributors and Sales and Service 4201 E. 10th Lane. Hialeah MU 8-2012 HOLIDAY GREETINGS GULF STREAM CARD COMPANY 310 N.W. 71st STREET, Miami Phone PL 4-1330 Religious Values in Post War America Continued from Page 13-C Sited and eighteenth-century Poplanned or organized out ci a com... Religious illumination spread j : that was seen by a few singular % %  naiities The religious dimension of life Is an mdivil Bass or group experience It takes plan nr.ermost recesses of one? self as TO God. This relationship becomes his : absolute concern and thus "retail other concerns and values which are nger primary His life is no longer It is now unified; it is directed it .Primacy of Concern religion generally, and I ism in 1 admits no peers in value The unity of God—the funda%  ism—demands the cor unity of man. where all needs, concerns and values are directed to:..ultimate and absolute need, concern value—God It :s this unity and primacy of concern which seem; to be lackir. .:. contemporary Orthodoxy God. Torah. religion are not our 'ultimate concern." They are concerns among many and ar conditioned by .special situation and temporal 0 casion We have a plurality of concerns ami values Our lives are. therefore, departmentalized an fragmented We relegate God to an occasion, an institution or. a division. There is a time f or God and ;• time for golf, a time to pra\ and a time to play. We live a smoothly-organized li| e where each part, including religion, play, j u role We render to God what is God's, and what remains is ours The modern Orthodox Jew smuj and complacent, is convinced of his just deserti and confidently awaits his generous portion ( the Leviathan. Here 1the rub Religion to be religious cannot he Just another function of man It does nut serve any other purpose nor fill any othet need, be it psychological, social, political, or esthetic. God has not come to inaugurate politicians in office nor to be invoked at farewell dinners nor even to make man happy and give him peace God is either man's only absolute value, or He becomes another idol of man's market place, another item in the suburban si. center. God is either our ultimate concern or He is of no concern. Religion is its nun end total man in the service of God The Meaning of the Sacrifice of Isaac Continued from Page 2-C the altar suppressing his compassion to do Thy will with a perfect heart. "So may Thy compassion suppress Thine anger against us so may Thy compassion in Thy great goodness, may the fierceness of Thy wrath turn iway from Thy people. Thy city and Thine inheritance. Remember this day the binding of I>aac in mercy unto his seed." The Scene in Art The story of Abraham's Sacrifice has beer frequently used in Jewish art. It is found on t