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Ly, September 24, 1965 Jenl*§> fksrkMtr Pcoe 13-E pj vc ,is integration problem, which has 30 times the dimensions of our problem here. an> has done so without lowering educational **.'„,, a nd without taking anything from ""I ho do not need the extra help that is P1 to Israel'l own disadvantaged children. krarl i doinp so not only out of a sense of olhc rhood but because it realizes the conse[ucnce.< of rud.ng. half-hearted measures. Can not we Americans, Jews and Gentiles, Lhite and Sejiro. learn from Israel's example? ,1 not clear tnat massive financial resources t ri required to enable us speedily and effectively provide integrated education now? Has it not ecome apparent that we can no longer regard federal aid to education as an issue to be redived some day rather than today? Would it not be well for Negroes and whites join together not only for public school intention hut also for good integrated schools? _uld >t not be coggji^tivc if the. 3*r^ arrived for the Negro Com• • i. .iii/. that it is not cnouuh to picket i Education or even City Hall but Negro .mil whitimust concentrate Northern members ol the House Rules Democrats am! Republicans — \\t\o %  i up the Federal Bid-to-education bill, Faced with the threat of being outdistanced by the Soviet I'nion, our country quickly moved to close the missile gap by pouring tens of millions of dollars into the enrichment of our educational system in the field of science. Today we are faced by an enormously greater and no less dangerous gap—the educational chasm that separates the Negro child from the white child and that threatens our viability as a nation and our future as a leader of the free world. In the face of this challenge, the Federal government must play its proper role. Toward this end, men and women of good will and abiding concern cannot be silent The day of victory for human freedom and dignity will. I believe, come sooner and more certainly if every Jew enlists with mind and heart Day of Victory \ • the civil rights hill i> law. may we ".it the coalition of religlOUS, inn. %  other groups that lid the tight for eni .11 extend its efforts to winning en: ,i measure that would bring Federal to the effort to make equal education i iwith equality in education? Going for Prayer Continued from Page 1-E to reinterpret a few. For instance, when and v. h\ did I commit the sm of becoming inactive as chief interpreter and guide to my children on tli.it difficult Journey we call living'' Whatever me think that I could retire Irom the callmi of Motherhood at a certain and appointed tim< \nd the sin that I cannot quite face, of lospatience with a Inenri. so that 1 turn away. unwilling to listen with empathy, to see the world as -'i< sees it, to value it as she values it. to n nize her likes and dislikes, to reach out to her need. But especially let me seek forgiveness if I h.ivt indulged in the most insidious of sins—the sin if omission. Most of all. I seek forgiveness for the sin ng life's uncounted, taken-for-grantgs the -nnies ot my -mall granddaughters ..;ni grandson, the devotion of mj husband, the friendship .if my sons and daughters, our good health, for the intuitive and vigorous preservation of our heritage by Jewish leadership both lay and professional; and. though the world stands at tinmoment in the midst of a monumental power struggle between nations and ideologies, let me be forgiven for not enjoying the fun of living. TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO. 3701 N. Miami Avenue PI 9-0757 BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON WILLIAM "BILL" WISNESKY EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS Barber-Green Ditchera — Foundation* — Septic Tonka Dry Wells — Backhoe Excavating IICITEI'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 1(0 E. Flagler Street fttONf Ft -•/ 7240 SW 42nd STREET Ph. 666-2523 To All. .. Greetings Russell House Movers, Inc. MOUSE MOVING and RAISING Florida s Most Reliable House Movers tstablished 1918 Both From* and Masonry Construction 7120 NW 1st Avenue, Miami 38, Florida 24 Emerson Street, St. Petersburg, Florida GREETINGS COAST CARPET SERVICE CO. CARPET INSTALLATIONS Services Is Our Motto Phone NA 4-8922 150 NW 176th STREET NORTH MIAMI SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL TEFFT'S GOWNS BRIDAL & EVENING WEAR 3546 Coral Way HI 3-6112 Tc All A Most Happy NEW YEAR TIHMl'SO\ PRESS "the best in all types cf printing" 1332 NW 36th ST. Ph. 634-2217 GREETINGS Radio Doctors Sooth Miami • Coral Gables Southwest Section RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE 10945 S. DIXIE HWY. Ph. 661-6877 GREETINGS... WEBB CONSTRUCTION COMPANY We Help Build Greater Miami INDUSTRIAL SPECIALISTS 1300 NW 167th ST., Miami, Fla. 33169 Ph. 624-8484 "fossey" Outstanding Nome in Miami Real Estate Since 1906 RALPH FOSSEY REALTOR South Miami, Florida 7500 RED ROAD SOUTH MIAMI 43, FLORIDA MOhawk 1-5303 M. B. GARRIS C v'lL AND CONSULTING ENGINEERS 622 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 6-0836 TC CUR MANY FRIENDS AND FATRONS GREETINGS Florida Inter-Island Shipping Corp. "Florida Li***" CHARTER SHIPPING TO ISLANDS SERVING THE CARIBBEAN PIER No. 3 FR 1-1441 or 371-8541 New Year Greetings from Miami's Only Leather Cleaners Certified Suede & Leather Cleaners 734 S.W. 22nd AVENUE "*e"* *' MUM New Year Greetings to All >OH>I \\ SI I1MJit TC ALL .GREETINGS WERNER KAHN PHOTOGRAPHER 2511 Collins Ave. • Miami Beach JE 1-1872 HOLIDAY GREETINGS MII.AMtOH MHSKKV Wt Grow Our Own PLANTS— TRE ES— SHRUBS 15721 NW 7th AVE. Wl 7-6971 GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CONSOLIDATED REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone MU 1-6661 Mrs. Sadie Fagan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein end Children, Edyse, Martin and Andrea EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL



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September 24. 1965 •Jewish IFhr/dFtor Page 13-H I sponsorship of functions designed to augment I Bonds for Israel, the Martyrs Forest ude .,. .iniisalem. the magnificent children's buiM with funds and equipped with the medical supplies through the efforts of .„ i! rith Women. Also in Miami, as elsewhere, industries are encouraged to employ handicapped workers trough the special efforts and coordinating talI B m Thompson and Leo Axelrod. both of I Lodge. This lodge also sponsors a Boy ., witn membership restricted to physic^handicappad boys. Recently President Lyndon B lohnson officiaUy commended B'nai B nth for to contributiWI to the American scene, as have previous Presidents of the United States, i |wfee FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover has pubVv praised the ADL for its contributions and par;rt pertinent areas of activities. „ %  • in parallel programs and projects with thf men are the Bnai BYith Women organized into ha n,,r> and districts for administrative purposes. n „u current district president is Mrs. Melvm ... 1 of Savannah, Ga. All administration matters for the men of this district are hanS!Ot TcCN



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Mr* are Mrs. Max Jacobson. program chairman, Mrs. Kaplan. Mrs. Ralph Hankin and Mrs. Max Silver, of Jewish family livinq, at the first meeting of the j : of Beth David Congregation Sisterhood. Beth David Women Open New Season ./..nu. ovnan s 14/oM ~Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, September 24, 1965 Section 3 ORT Executive Back from Rome Weiner, president, %  ;.. first meeting of the I ._.. %  of Beth David CongreSi %  ••-rhnod last Wednesday. |nt< rpretation of the Meanin oi L. High Holy Days" was • Mrs So! Landau, wife I,...!., new spiritual leadtr \ table-setting appropriate for the High Holy Days was prepared by Mrs Max Silver, chairmen of Jewish family living, and Mrs Frank Rose, co-chairman. Theme of the Wednesday program we* "A Conversation Piece," directed b> Mrs Max Jacobson. In the ca.-t were Mesdames Ralph Hankin. Seymour Kaplan. Max R. Silver and Manuel I.ubell. Mr< Herri Rosenblatt, national vice president and expansion chairman for the Southern area Of WomenAmerican ORT and a member Oi the Hoard of directors Ol the American ORT Federation, has returned from her mission as a delegate to the World ORT Con greSS in Home The multi-national character of ORT was projected in Rome as representatives from 25 countries covering almost every corner of the globe gathered to assess ORT's progress in the la si five years and the challenges which lie ahead. Emphasis was given to the problems of North African refugee: flooding the shores of France, where Moslem and Jewish youth stand side by side. ORT is helpin.: then.voting people to become productive citizens Also under consideration was, the need to expand services for. immigrants in Italy, and expaniion in Israel which will doubl" ORT's enrollment in the next five years Dr. Abram Sachar. president of Srandeis University, speaking at the closing dinner. cautioned against being lulled into abandoning the realism of "'self-help." Elected officers of World ORT were president. Dr. William Hab%  r. dean of the University of Michigan: chairman of the Executive Committee, Daniel Mayer, former French Minister of Labor; ice president. Mrs. Max M. Rosenberg, national president •Vomcn s American ORT Prior to her departure for Rome. Mrs Rosenblatt visited th.? ORT school in New York Citj where she witnessed immigrants being helped to a new life through ORT training. Following the Congress, she attended graduation exercises of the oK'i Teachers Institute in Geneva, where former ORT gradu ates from many lands, being train i ed a.s teachers, go back to their own countries to benefit other youths like themselves. Mrs Rosenblatt brought greetings from the 65.0OO American women engaged in the reconstruction of the lives of deprived and uprooted boys and girls, men and women through vocational and technical training. %  They gathered. oer 100 strong. to honor "Uncle Herman** (Hi) ; on the occasion oi his 85th la\ Binders room at the Musicians Club of America very l'.nckly filled with records, pictures, books and gifts while teleirams of congratulations poured in from everywhere Ho^ess• festivities in honor of the man who is credited with bringonununity concerts to Miami Beach were Mrs I. Clarence Levy and I)r Bertha Foster, dean e neritus of the University of Mi..mi School of Music and founder president of the Musicians Club President emeritus of the Miami Beach Music and Arts l-eague. and an honorary of Trail Blazer*, national organization of Life Underwriters, Binder's brand of "retirement" includes active promotion of music in Miami Among artists who dem'i-tratt-d their affection for I nele Herman" by performing Lit lu part} were brilliant young "pianist composer Muhele Levin; Cellist Richard Strauss; Ruth Ptaffo. mez/o soprano; and Canor Jacob Bornstein. of Temple rael ISABEL GROVE r-t and rlptress, has a showing of oils and woodcuts at the Sunset Theatre through Oct. 2 rp • • Rabbi David Shapiro, piritual leader of Hollywood Temple Sinai, and his wife, have returned from a summer tour of the Orient and visits with Jewish communities there Rabbi Shapiro found no native Jews in Japan, most having c o m e in the past four decades, and as soon as their children grow to maturity, they send them to countries with a large Jewish population However, addressing 50 men, women and children at a Saturday morning service in Tokyo. Rafcbt Shapiro found "their spiritual fervor tmlv inspiring, and the communal Sabbath meal which followed a beautiful Oneg Shabbat" The Shapiros found t>tr second of the two synagogues in Japan at K< be. where it caters to about 20 9ephardlC Jewish families The IC.) Jewish families ui Hong Kong do quite well, according to Rabbi Shapiro, but in Singapore, where thenwere previously 1.000 Jtwish families, the number has shrunk to fewer than 100 As Reg] Yanieh. North Miami artContinued on P9 *• IH H r Clarence Levy, of Key Biscayne. congratulcles Herman ^der en his 85th birthday at a function honoring Binder at • Musicians Club oi America. HAPPY XKW YEAR iMa-<. prosperity, health. MMI will to all *T 'fi^^y^f



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v September 24 1965 +Jmlstifhrktiar) Page 5-0 leys ish Settlers in A irgin Islands By RAPHAEL ROTHSTEIN American tourista the Virgin Wanda vstal clear watara, gleaming beach< ping Few of .ho levaral Umuaand Iews i, year vacation In the Virrealize that thc ma,n lslan I broi r i %  l sk> • SI I Iport Dpll %  : Ir 1 Aged couple relax in newly-established home lor the aged in El Jadida. Morocco. The home, opened by a group of local volunteers, receives help from the Joint Distribution Committee with funds provided by the United Jewish Appeal. ident in St. Thomas there is also proof that some Jews lived on the Island of St. Thomas as shopkeepers and peddlers. It is probable that these early settlers worshipped privately for there is no record of a synagogue in St. Thomas. The real growth of the Jewish population, according to Mr Paiewonsky, came in the years following 1781. :^ a direct result of the destruction I : the British of the nearby Dutch West Indian Island "if St, Eustius SI Bustius or Statia, as it waa called, is a small rocky patch of land in the Caribbean but during the period of the Amenc.ni Revolution it figured prominently in the struggle linst the British. Due to nstatu-. as a free port, St. F.ustatius atContinued on P9e 10-D |THA: ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJCY A HAPPY NEW YEAR 13 THE SINCERE WISH OF THE AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 351 S.W. Eigrv-h Straet Phone FR 4-2791 GREETINGS FARREY'S WHOLESALE HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. if CONTRACTING HARDWARE MODERNFOLD DOORS LIGHTING FIXTURES 7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE PL 4-5*51 Mr. and Mrs. CLAUDi RENSHAW wish their many friends a very happy NEW YEAR TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz and Family 18 ISLAND AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Louis and Ruth Reinstein WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2660 N.W. Fifth Avenue, Miami HAPPY NEW YEAR LE0XARB JEWELERS • Jewelry Diamonds • Watches Jewelry & Watch Repairing 2420 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables HI 3-1754 IT IS OUR PLEASURE SFRVING YOU ALLIED PARCEL SERVICE 299 NE 59th Terrace Phone PL 1-7622 A Happy New Tear fo All Our friends and Patrons Dwin rioanors <& Laundry 13610 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI Phone MU 8 9288 Elias Thaw a *4tt 1U e \MA~ DONNELLY ADVERTISING the Donnelly Way OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in MIAMI FT. LAUDERDALE Call OXford 1-8221 1790 N.W. 54th Street Miami, Florida GREETINGS FOR THE HOLIDAYS TO OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS FROM HIRSCH & CO. Member New York Stock Exchange and other Exchanges. 1610 Washington Avenue Miami Beach 39, Florida HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL BEVERAGE CANNERS, INC. 4401 E. 11th AVE., HIALEAH MU 8-8672 I. J. Wollowick R. Wollowick Tc Our Many Friends, A Most Happy New Year Davis Boiler & Iron Works, Inc. BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS Ph FR 4-4030 198 88 N M,am Av *Reconditioned Boilers for Sole ond Repairs Day or Night Anywhere Smokestacks ond Tanks GREETINGS TO Alt ATLAS METAL INDUSTRIES, INC. 259 W. 23rd Street Hialeah Phone TU 8-3411 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL CADILLAC COSMETICS & PERFUMES 280 WEST 24*h STREET HIALEAH Mr and Mrs. Harry Klein TU 7-8833 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WASHINGTON AVE. SUPER MARKET 1051 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH MR. CHARLES REICHENTHAL SUNAID FOOII PROIHTTS 3615 N.W. 60th STREET Phone NE 5-1381 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO Ail H. E. GOODMAN INS. AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 8825 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. PL 4-3503 *_ _..



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"age 10-1 +Jelstntridtor Friday. September 24 19TS ;GR.;;S & suih U\ER C^torintj lot A.: Occasions HARRY ZUCKtRMAN fsfaMished m IMS FAMOUS $&? PANRINO FACILITIES J£ 1-3937 MIAMI BEACH WASHINGTON 'pesfaurant OPE. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ROYAL HUNGARIANS CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, B*# Mitxvahs end Sooutri ^cific POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT • COMPLETE DINNER • DANCING • AUTHENTIC HAWAIIAN REVUE ALL 3 95 LEISURELY DINING FROM 5 P.M. coMrim BANOoir PAcmrifj IntnMistl — MIAMI *4S-.e4S7 • HOLLYWOOD 9232421 IN HALLANOALE ONUS 1 BISCAYNt BLVD T KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8 4521 AIT RWNS, Co-Owaor %  RaMMPMRM KOSHER HOTEL MARSEILLES Centrally Air Condition** MR. and MRS. AARON RESNICK WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Oceanfront at 17th St. Miami Beach National Council of Jewish Women Continued from P*ge 9-1 Women ha> come to the foref-ont B *W oajr youth t National Coun:il of JeWWl W along with National Council L'ruted C'h.irch Women and National Council of Olic Women, formed an organization known as WICS Women in CouBUWilty Servicel an l I ., contract with the Federal Cosernment assuming specific rtapmMMtt The purp<>interfaMT, interracial irrotrp Is to recruit and screen girls from 16 through 21 for the Wom.n Training Centers of the Federal Job Corps, a segment Of f.e anti-poverty program Miami is one ol the recruiting center*, and our volunteers ire husj interviewing, screening and vUlUg the homes of the applicants A feebng of pride and ae compli.-hment is the result when one of the girls (he volunteer has worked with, has been approved and sent on to one of the Job Corps: Trainin* Oil ters. Service to Forerfn en The oldest service program, localry as well as for the national Oraniratron. us that for the for eign born. In Miami this program has been under the supervision of our executive secretary. For the past ten years, our office has been associated with the international organization known as the United Restitution Organization In the processing of German claims We as-it victim* to be decided 'hat are pending with the German courts) and many clients who have recently moved to the Miami area ask our office tu continue with the work on their claims Re !y. the Federal Government of German) passe legislation amending the Restitution and Indemni fication Law of 1953. permitting personwho were not prcvioush eligible I i file a claim. Thi> would include such persons .iescapees of tne iy56 Hungarian Revolution and recent em .-res from the Iron Curtain countries We are GRANADA HOTEL 1017 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach Open Tear 'Round, Attrocfive Sroion t, Yearly Kates (Strictly KoiWr—3 Meolt Daily) PHONE: JE 1-0496 waiting for the finalization of this law and he: begin the processing for the newly by mid-October Former claimantma; permitted to file additional claim-, as were not previously eligible Cuban Proflrom The acope and depth of our kmmigrai gram which has been an ongoing tuxtince usually determined by some world crisis imi one having been the Cuban situation vtra stafl had to be hired, and our wail iMTflowed with Cubans hoping to find sonvi tioa to iheir problem. The Cuban pr active because of those families that bavi beei ile to reach Mexico from Cuba and planart made throunh our office, in cooperation wiLh the I'nited Hias Service (the International Jewvh 1 migration Agency) for their migration : tinted States There s a trickling o( >from the Iron Curia an owntries to Westers ope and local relatives are **isted with ptanc Ui bnau them to the United States or Israel. If the proposed Immigration Bill iapproved and enacted into law. the Jevs in Fast Fur countries. Africa and the Middle Fa*.* .mproved chances to get immigration \ isas 1 nfted States This would increase our in lion se rv ice program and case lwci to the • of IOT-1N1 when we were assisting ('.• to remain in the I'nited States Bodg*t Gap Our widespread program of educatio vice and social action Involves rpendii \. a member aeeno of the Greater M i-h Federation, we receive an allot • ur Sen ke to F • T i till tinbudget gap. paymeni if hies and contributions to < ce fundhelp but the major • • ugh two Thrift Shops and writing, planare underway for thn p in South Miami II fund : vent in the form of a n will be held on Dec 14. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS CATERING BY DAMM YANKEE RESTAURANT • "JUST GOOD FOOD" We Cose on Saturdays 6115 N.W. 27th AVE. Ph. 691-9968 Olu&ondio /•.nor* rnst Smorgasbord BANQUETS! RECEPTIONS! Accommodations for uo to 300 tvests. FOI (MfOffMATION PH0NI MU 1-9301 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS FORMOSA RESTAURANT 5716 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami Dial 665-3881 Specializing in • CHINESE • POLYN: • AMERICAN CUISINE (6rder to Take Out KOSHER HOUL MARSEILLE wwtti' 7 Includes MODIFIED AMERICAN PLAN full breakfast ind dcluit dinner FREE: 21" TV IN UCH ROOM S*imiaa| >••! pfl/fltt $**


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jay. September 24, 1965 +Jew Is* florkBan Page 7-D .,,,, ||| Centers, branches and camps with !" b | heavy Hasidic membership.) Loo, Wattin* Lift The tremendous demand for resident camping jtosU&C boys has been overwhelming. The regrauon tor Camp Motfon Avraham — the resint summer camp for ultra-Orthodox boys a(U.-d 0 13 is the highest that it has ever been, and er e is a long waiting list. The development of s camp as spearheaded by Judge S. Reymort ter V president; Burton J. Sklar, committee hairman; Albert Joffe. honorary chairman of fcamp !•••• Avraham; and Rabbi Isaac N. Train0 i the Pull—ItWl f Jew** Philanthropies. A Munmer camp for Masidugirls, the first of U kind. WU opened this year by the William sJurg V and named the IV. H. Melmuth Sternberg fainp in honor of the Y's honorary president. A iulc spectrum f recreational and educational [ctivitias, as well as regular Bible and Talmud ktudy groups. ** w P rovid d during each of the hrtt week camping sessions. The Y conducts a leadership training course in tampmi: skHhl for Hasidic boys which has been brticdarly popular Interest is high in swimming. Bfesavinf ;id water safety courses and activities, u.-II .judo, karate, wei£h:lifting, volleyball imi lumblin*.*. In fact, some of the Hasidim are be•ojuiog i^ood in these activities that a number of Ihem win awards for proficiency at the Y's annual urUawards nights. MasMtc Dy Camp I'l-.iY has set up a apeoUic Hasidic day camp k,rm. in addition to its usual day camping activity, with time set aside for Torab learning, sep[iii-.ii'.% %  miming. and special ihisidic staff. There has been a big rise in the number of iHasidic famdy memberships. The Hasidic women ire taking advantage of the Y's •Housewives' IkrfiIdaj" program, which provides steam room, gymptaftie*, swimming instruction and other physical [education activities. This program is particularly [popular because the Y has a baby-sitting serviwe Mor Uw young c hi Mien and provides lunch for them I and their mothers. Since gUt.kosher-food was-.substituted for ortdinary kosher -meat and milk,. Hasidic tomilies sending their pxe-school youngsters to the Y's Bil-day uurserj' program. Tinultra-Orthodox .women are attending the Y's sewing, art and English classes in greater numbers. Tutoring in all sublets is in big demand. Classes in modern dance, cooking, wood-working crafts and music have captured the interests of the youth. A driver education course has also proven popular. Many of the Hasidim feel so much at home at the Y that they bring their personal problems with them — problems related to sickness, finances, family relationships, children, and others. The Y's rabbinical staff refers them to the proper family or child care agency, hospital. I'nited Hias Service or other institutions. Serious Employment Problems Tie Hasidim have serious employment and vocational problems because of their religious requirements and other factors. Those who are more financially fortunate are in real estate, brokerage houses and the stock market; others have their own businesses in such lines as knitting, neckwear, handbags, silverplating, diamonds. Jewelry, and the glat kosher food industry' A few are religious functionaries such as sextons, mashgichim. succlntim, teachers and the like. But many are unskilled. They have no trade. Their opportunities for apprenticeship are lim iled. They are strict Sabbath observers and want to be off on Passover, Sukkoth and Shavuoth—some of them even ask off for Purim and Tisha B'Ab— and this further limits their employment possibilities. The yeshivas do not provide vocational guidance and counseling services. There are very few employment resources to which the Hasidim can turn. To meet this pressing need, the YM and YWHA of Williamsburg and the Federation Employment and Guidance Service are working on a program to improve the opportunities for the Hasidim to find employment. A register of employers who will accept Shomer Shabbas employees is being compiled. In addition, we are trying to open up or increase opportunities for them in Civil Service by making the right contacts, improve their chances for learning new trades and becoming apprenticed, and.provide vocational guidance for yeshiva students. The basic approach of tbe.Y has been to offer the Hasidim the services and facilities which thev cannot provide themselves.-The fact that the Y CooWwdooP 13-D L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU The Weinsteins Jackie —Dan — rRtekie — Joey — and -Linda WAKEFIELD TECHNOLOGICAL ENTERPRISES • COMPUTE DtAFTING SCtVlCE All oo C.tl for %  OroftOTMO We Wok Under Yovr Supervision AROMTKTUaAl tMOUtTWAl SCAll MODUS TECHNrCAl UUSTRATIONS "Wt MoKMMATIOM CAll" 445-1148 144 Almeria Ave., CO. JEST WISHES TO ALL FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS KAMMER & WOOD I ftcfrktf Confracfors 297 N.W. 54th Strtot **•" pl 1 3621 BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JOE and ANN BOYD 166 HrALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH, FLORIDA TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS NORTH DADE AUTO BODY .AUTO 1AINTINO WRECKS .RIMJUT 15600 West Dixie Highway North Miami Beach Wl 7-7881 GREETINGS LEE'S TACKLE, Inc. Established 1920 324 NE 13* STREET Ph. 371-7804 -MANUFACTURERS RETAIL Fishing Tackle Repairing Marine Equipment MRS. L. SILVERMAN and FAMILY and the and the SILVER PAINT & HARDWARE CO. 1119 SW lit ST. Miami IK 3-2711 633 Collins Avt. Miami leach Ml. 531 6773 Wish All Their Patrons and Friends a Happy New Year 70 All GUiniNGi SERVICE PAINT & GLASS INC. FREE ESTIMATES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 421 NE 79th ST. Ph. 754-5527 The Officers and Directors and Staff of the BANK OF KENDALL Extend iheir best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year jjjajjt of Sme*ing" RIBS. CMDEKfN, J*EF, A4*o STEAK and SCAFOOD PLATO COC1TATLS and "BEVERAGES • -CATERmG iUPCAHPN: -KtMMU South of Cutler WtfjP fHWIW *****• %  %  MR. and MRS. MAX THURSTON of ACME TRANSFER .* BAGGAGE, INC. Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR A. It AIM A I OB Sltt \ H ..* .REPAIRED RECORED ALL WORK GUARANTEED Serriee While VwWli Member of •CW J e-H Cub-WE HONOR "£ %  6200 N.W. 37th AVE. (Opposite Steven Market) Ph. OA 1-1*4 1 -A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL %  PARKS AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 740 N.W. 25th STREET Ph.. 804-8J78. 8044811 Holiday Greetings PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE Automatic Transmission-Paint & Body Work COMPLETE ONE-STOP-Carburetor and Tune-Up 6600 SW. 62nd AVE., So. 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lay. September 24, 1965 +Jewlst fh-rHltr Paqe 3-C not one of knowing the langriage. for he knows u)n K and can easily write them. Be just cansay the." Facing Dee ever leave" Most psychologisticators and even laraeli "ahUbim douM it. Bvryday lile has its necessities and obligations; pir families and homes, their schools and univerll. studies, their careerand all the material sat^faction* which C.ermany and its prosperity repwent. FOf t^e average Jewish breadwinner. Germany y to j the "land of plenty." A high proportion kt Jews in business have regular incomes of 50. or \\ en irtft.oon marks per ye*r They own textile shops I Frankfurt, are furriers in Berlin, or doctors in I issektotf. Hall) of them, especially the elder people of (ieruian origin, receive government penr ioi which usually are in the vicinity of 1.000 narks per month in a country where rent for a Congressman John V. Lindsay (toft), Republican candidate for Mttyor of New York, and Stanley H. Lowell (riqht), former chairman ot the City Human Rights Commission and a national vice president of AJCongress. shown with Murray A. Gordon, chairman of New York Metropolitan Council ot American Jewish Congress, as they presented their views on issues of key interest to Jewish community in discussion at Stephen Wise Congress House. Rep. Lindsay told the AJCongress-sponsored meeting he supports Fair Sabbath legislation and favors Supreme Court tests of new federal aid-to-education law and New York State law "lending' textbooks to parochial school students. three-room flat is 250 to 3O0 marks per month, and where a aood meal in a restaurant is rarely above 10 marks Few of the children will ever leave. "They will grow up to be sick adults like they are now sick children." a Jewish psychologist tells me. For them BS for their parent*, there will be no cure. No cure, like there is none for the man in Essen who told me: "I have a nervous tremor in my arm whenever I have to shake hands with a German I can never help wondering: Is he the one who killed my parents?" No cure, either for the man in Frankfurt who Continued on Page 14-C PONGOMIRACLE WHAT'S HANDY IN THE GABLES? In the Gables, everything's handy to Ponce and Miracle Mile, and that's where we are! There's every facility for your quick convenience. Dnve-in windows, walk-up windows, free parking lot for customers with a convenient entrance to the bank. There isn't an easier way or better location to enjoy full bank services. FLORIDA NATIONAL Bank at Coral Gables MIRACLE MILE AT PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD ......,<. r IOAL aamivsaventt. FLORID*MT>ML•OU MIMMK. MDIILOIPOITIHU*NCICO>*IIO" '"*""'1 The Heart of Fashion I In Tropical America MIAMI • NORTHSI08 • *T. LAUDMDALe • DADILANO nr TO ALL GREETINGS BONACKER & LEIGH, INC Food Brokers MEMBERS NATIONAL FOOD BROKERS ASSN. "We Cover South Florida" 5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE Miami, Fla. SEASONS' GREETINGS TO ALL ASSOCIATED ARTSSTS Supplies for Artists, Engineers and Architects 1822 B1SCAYNE BLVD. Phones FR 3-3562 or FR 9-2336 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS ON THIS HOLIDAY OCCASION Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CONGI 15 CLINIC PHARMACY 1633 N.W. 35th Street PHONE NE 5-6723 VAL DAYTON, Owner Conger Building MR. AND MRS. JACK GOLDSTEIN and Daughters DOROTHY and LOIS of 1710 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle Wish Their Relatives and Friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year TO OUR MANY FRIENDS OUR SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. FRED SOMERSTEIN MR. and MRS. LOUIS HARRIS of the Crystal House WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR



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Friday, September 24. 1965 +Jtnlst> rhricflctn Page 7-F is inscribed a poem, "TTie New Oofemos." The outer of this poem, which sings the praises of the Goddess of liberty in language that has become inerasable from the record of mankind's aspirations for freedom, was Emma Lazaru.-. one of the iinionJoUen geniuses of American Jewry. She was one oi the most brilliant writers of the nineteenth coatttry. Her life was tragically short, but her lit erary creations today are hailed among the most inspiring in American Jewish history. Her career had in it the ennobling and humanitarian qualities symbolized by the Statue, of which she wrote with propheticfervor. Mer First Poem IHughter of Moses and Esther Lazarus. Orthodox Jews of aristocratic Portuguese lineage. Emma Lazarus was born in New York City, July 22, 1849. Kaised in wealthy and sheltered surroundings, she as educated by private tutors and spent her >outh among the well-to-do. She wrote her first poem at the age of 14. When she 1 w3s IWShe" published a collection of her own verses aid some translations. These promising earl) efforts soon flowered into real genius. By the time fit* was 21, the literary world began to lake notice of Emma Lazarus, and her second wliiuie of poems won acclaim from Ralph Waldo Ki.urson and William Cullen Bryant. Animated by a love of the classic poets and writers of France and Germany, the mythology of the Creeks and the beauty of nature, Emma I.izarus' early works bore the stamp ol these inQiMMfjf. Her translations were devoted to the writing* f Hcinrieh Heine ami Victor Hugo, and her original piece-, reflected a genuine sense of | beauty. Formulation of Solution Despite the approval her poems h.vl won from Mhe pwbhc :md from men of letters, she was >tt [to a eqwlre her greatest spark of Inspiration, She I reached the peak of her great m-^ as the result of wakening within her of the Hebraic spirit. I always been latent but it was not brought to iurface until she was shaken oul <>t her retiteence and literals naivete bj the pogroms in Rusfe iul Rumania from 1879 to 1882 Th.' tragedy I. %  • events Stirred her so deeply that she I i her poetic genius to the defense of bar With the zeal that takes possession of converts, Emma Lazarus abandoned the delicateness and the purposelessness that had characterized her youthful writings, and plunged into the formulation of a solution to the Jewish problem. Fully a decade before Dr. Theodor Herzl convened the First World Zionist Congress, her imagination was fired by the Palestine Ideal, and she wrote a series of -Epistles to the Hebrews" in which she outlined a plan for the repatriation of the Jews in their ancient homeland. In i>rose and verse, she pleaded passionately for justice to the Jew. The vigor of her writing and the patent sincerity of her pleas gave notice that a giant advocate had arisen to defend the rights of the Jews. In poem after poem, she counseled a Zion rebuilt, depicted the tragedy of a harrassed Israel, and created word pictures which, for prophetic and beautiful expression of the age-long cry of the Jews, have seldom been equalled. It was inevitable that her inspiration should have led her lo the storehouse of her people's literary treasures. She made a study of the Hebrew language, and within seven months read the Hebrew Bible in the original. Fram her pen came translations of some of the finest gems in medieval Hebrew poetry. At first she translated into English from German versions of Hebrew classics. But, when she acquired a knowledge of Hebrew, she translated from the original works of Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Judah Halevy. Moses Ben Ezra and other writers of the golden age in Jewish literatim-. Interest in Her People The writing of 'The New Colossus which linkEmma Lazarus" name for all time with the Statue of Liberty, was a direct outgrowth Of her belated but passionate interest in the plight of her people Despite her delicate health, she spent many days \i~itin;.* the haggard and ragged Jewish Immigrants from Russia and Rumania who crowded the immigration station on Ward Island in 1881 and 1882. The sight of the refugees from pogroms bad stimulated her fervor as miuh as bad the news of the persecutions in Europe. 'Ihere were the \ears when Americans were asked to contribute to the $300,000 fund to build the pedestal on Which the Statue of Liberty was to stand Money was slow coming In. Many devices were Utilized to obtain the needed funds. 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• day, September 24. 1965 Page 13-A Israel Bond Campaign Maps Holy Day ppeal in Synagogues Throughout Area DISTINGUISH !" SlKVKt i tradition established some ears go, thousands of Miamians I lug in synagogues and Ternhes throughout the area at High lolidaj services this wekend will nm in launching the fall phase this year's record breaking Is:„.| Bond campaign. Kabbi l.eon Kronish. chairman the Greater Miami Israel Bond )v;.uii/ation. reported that the irgest number of synagogues in |h.' history of the Greater Miami grael Bond effort will take part the drive to Ml] S3 million worth Israel Bonds in the community. [any l the congregations will the effort with pulpit ap %  ervieea on Rosh I Vom Kippur. while >thi rs are planning impns on behalf of Israel lake place during the era! months. Ribbi Kronish pointed out a greater number of synatnan ever before are ^g to have Israel Bond -. this year, joining these %  i-iogues which have helped •nake Miami's role for Israel sndi an exemplary one .hout the nation in past .is a result of their out' %  ding Israel Bond dinners." i I i II the firsl syna i Boi i v • %  > T< mple Beth Shol .i. Ucl :' llus h) dinners to be given I %  ih Congregation, ; • nu-El, Temple Menorah, Net Tamid and rempie \m Dinners are also being bj Congregation ongregation Beth Raphael, loth Israel Conrepation, tempi and Temple Zion. %  Israel Bond effort this year nil ixaugmented by a number immunity wide events which new (Hi the calendar of the drive ami of the community, I I (standing among ttie>e are din to l>e sponsored by the 'i nist Organization and B'nai frith. Among the highlights of the Campaign will be the dinner sponsored by the Labor Zionist Or [anization, An innovation earlier li. year, an Israel Bond dinner Sponsored by the residents of Mor in Towers, is expected to have udespread effect in inspiring Wier high-rise apartments to un lertake similar events for Israel • New on the calendar of the i U'ael Bond campaign this year is the Chanuka Festival to be |r-"!d on Saturday evening, Dec. |H at the Miami Beach Auditorium, featuring a galaxy of Is'ars from the world of enter[tunment. Eligible to attend this 'lew Judaea Club it Emanu-EI rempie Emanu-EI, Miami Beach P 'the formation of an remediate and Senior Young laea ilub. roung Judaea, six.n-.riMi by lassah and the ZOA, will hnl.l district III conclave at Camp lissa Bauer. Homestead, on >l>er 1 to 3. articipating will be JudUMM Temple Ner Tamid, Beth Ite • %  Miami Beach Auditorium inday I'shers and usherettes chosen from Temple Ner Bethe Moshe Congi and Temple Beth Sholom Judai %  groupa ludaee dtj richason. AW ADD MCf 15 4 •viti will be 1HS Israel Bond purchasers. Climaxing the 1965 campaign will be the gala Ambassador's Ball, traditionally held under the pat| ronage of the Ambassador of Is1 rael and the Governor of Florida. | The ball will take place on Sunl day evening. Dec. 26. In announcing plans for the 1965 1 fall Israel Bond campaign to be : launched during the High Holi| days. Rabbi Kronish said, "Our thoughts naturally turn to Israel at this holiest of all times in our calendar. We reflect with joy on the progress achieved in Israel as the result of our participation in the Israel Bond program. A barren land has been reclaimed, a persecuted people has been restored, democracy has been given i rebirth in the ancient homeland of | the Jewish people." Rabbi Kronish emphasized that "Israel Bonds have furnished the economic resources for the establishment of new settlements throughout the country, especially I in the hitherto desert regions of 1 the Negev where tens of thousands have been provided with housing ; and jobs. "As we prepare to rededicate : ourselves to our faith and our i democratic way of life at the High Holidays, so. too, should we rededicate ourselves to the Israel Bond effort as the key instrument for insuring an economically seoure Israel in the future." Rabbi Kronish said Israel Envoy in Germany Favors Youth Exchange BONN — (JTA) — A s h e r BenNathan, Israel's Ambassador to West Germany, said this week in an interview with the German Press Agency that he favored a youth exchange between Israel and West Germany. 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SMtfKobar 24. 1965 Jeisi>nortM*f? Page 15-E kgest Stories of Outgoing Year Ontinued frem Paee 11-E I #BT of (V.HUIW situations. These were the i suppn^sioo hy Soriet authorities of the aDd reliffKW* We of Soviet Jews and the 9 iM worWwHie protests against that supprestt.. provisional but overwhelming vote of ap-i t v the third seaaion of the Ecumenical ', of thf draft declaration repudiating the and oestroctree Hbel of Jewish rebponsi CTjor the crucifixion < *<—*. renewed coneern th threat of mixed marriages to the intnre tonnncan Jewry; new dimension-, in Jewish tfcipation in the American Negro's fight for full • pialit>: and the widening split in the Amcr' jf vrsh community over government aid to [pub ic — t-pwirtcaTIy religious — education. Oppression of Soviet Jews evvutions of Russian Jeus for aliened ,! nes appeared to huve decreased du_j. the Soviet authorities showed not the readiness to permit their Jewish citizens •accorded all ether ethnic, cultural and minofNfrs. Aijain. during .i72.'>, Uiere were ,:ory r>p.>rts from Russia about the pros Soviet Jews obtaining adequate supplies of for Pa>sover. Agjin. the Soviets -said one -,ile thej were practicing another, such as tiiients thai many major Jewish comnuinI received permission to bake matzohs, shortl) afterwards by information that majoritj of Soviet Jews did not get spondingly, protests continued throuuh yt l' .-•• %  lenl Johnson twice sent BSSMSagai j i i protests — one in New York in sponsored i>> the Near York Conference on M ii. an i .i man rally In Madison^tjMR i i June — expressing his concern over the ... i. --mr.s aK.iin.it Russian Jews pear to be the fate of the Ecumenical ii edai ition on Jews to be she center of re>:< %  < rumors that powerful conservative elei the Vatican were determined to expunge ir ilie il K; least three such rumors emerged Ie thir I ouncil session ended, each officially rebuffed. Jews nevertheless remained uneasy pendin'! the outcome of the fourth and presumably final session of the Council at which all remaining issues were to be completed — in one way or another. Widespread Agreement Several conferences on mixed marriages and assimilation, as well as passage of many resolutions deploring the situation and calling for unified Jewish action to cope with it. narked the past Jewish year. There was widespread agreement that the typical American-born J e w i sh family wanted to remain Jewish, had little information or curiosity on how to do that, enjoyed raizing with non-Jewish neighbors and shrank from any Jewish pattern of behavior which might interfere with acceptance by the larger society. The dimensions of the problem were by no means crystal clear and the solutions were much less so. The battle of the American Negro for full equality reached new peaks of intensity and so did Jewish support and participation. If there was a symbol of that participation, it was perhaps in the disclosure that Negroes and other non-Jewish participants in the famous Alabama march from Selma to Montgomery referred to Jewish skullcaps as "freedom caps'" because so many rabbis and lay leaders in the march wore them. Many a rablii spent time In Southern jails for joining in the Negro protest demonstrations. A rrft within the Jewish community on the issue of government aid to non-public schools took on new vigor with the enactment of the first federal education law specifically providing government aid for pupils in parochial and Jewish religion* schools. A similar law was enacted in Ne" York State, home of the largest concentration of Jews in the world, providing similar benefits for school children — including children attending Jewish schools — again for the first time in American history. 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Page 2-A *• lenlst fhrktlar Friday. September 24, i::J Rosh Hashona Services Sunday Eve -af service t U am I >i p.m.. Hwday, uili be Greater Miami aril] Ro-h Ha• Suntaj i. %  ting at >un;et on r I Weekend W l iW I a*. Beth David Congregation, MS SW 3rd .-. rt on Friday at 6 pm. On Bat morning during 9 a.m. aerv.ee* Rabbi Soi Landau = ston topic will be At the Brink. He wiil also officiate at the Bar HUvaA of Paul, son of Mr and Mrs. Herman Boren Rabin Lan#au and Cantor William W Lapson mil conduct the Rosh Hashona services being ushered in at Beth Da-.id on Sunday. 6 p.m.. assisted by the Beth David Choir. Mornine services on the first two days et the holiday begin at 8 a.m.. with the Shofar service at 9:45 am. On Monday. Rabbi Landau will speak on Acquiring Faith Through Doubt." Concluding service will be CANDtEUGHTING TIME 27 Bui — 5:66 p-m. fKONTISPIKt The scratch line drawing on the frontispiece of the Year Edition of The JewiA Ftondian is the work 'rf Miami Artist Howard Braaston who hai lived here for the past 15 years An an ist of 20 years' -tanding. Branston has won 127 awards including one international and several national awards. He -px-cializes in painting. calligraphy and restoration of art works. at 6 p.m. Tuesday mornings sermon topic will be "The Birthday of Mankind and the Great Society Beth Raphael Congregation, 1545 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, will usher in the High Holy Days with services Sunday evening. 6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday morning .services are at 8 a.ro.. with Rabbi Zevi Greenwald officiating and Cantor Saul Breeh and the choir rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. First day of Rosh Hashona, Rabbi Greenwald will discuss -Threshold of a Hew Year." On Tuesday, bis topic is scheduled as "New Heavens and a New Earth." Regular services this weekend begin Friday at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Friday evening services wiD be held at Tempi* Israel of Greater Miami, 137 NE 19th St.. at 8:15 p.m.. with Dr Joseph R. Narot officiating and Cantor Jacob Born stein rendering the musical por tions of the liturgy Saturday morning services are at 11 ajn Rosh Hashona will ushered in Sunday. [AGUPATH ACH1M Cttyftiow at LOMBARDY HOTEL 6305 Collins Avenue Miami Beach TICKETS AVAILABLE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI SIMON APRIL RABBI HARRY ZARETSKY, CANTOR Sunday, Sept. 26th, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ORTHODOX SERVICES —SEATS $10.50 A $12.50 PHONE 866-2834 EMPIRE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE MAIN OFFICE 4810 S.W. 69th AVENUE Ph. 661-3103 Elementary Architectural Drawing; House Planning; Shades and Shadows; Perspective Drawing; Freehand and Orna• ental Drawing; Architectural Drawing. 1 YEAR COURSE, 6 HOUR DAYS //ill graduate student read/ for i PART-TIME STUDENTS require 2 years Mon., Tues., Thurs & Friday Total Cost in neighborhood of $1200. first School of its Type Approved by Florida Industrial Commission. FREE CONSULTATIONS: Wed. ft Sat. 9 A.M. %  12 Noon ed by Maanv Theme o, dj sermon wil be "Tl World in which We live.' i I 3.500 worshipper' ning } "' : : .1 day. sermon top I pm Some 3.500 uor-nipperv UUHC %  •. -.mvuu %  •-.• %  sermon top uho are part of the Tempie Israel held at 5:80 p rr hJCaUon of -:M07 A Happy New Year to All RAT PROOFING A Specialty GUIA PEST C0NTS01 TOR THE HOME AND BUSINISS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 M.W. 7th AVf. 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LETTERS BULLETINS -ISTS cfiRVi REPORTS CONTRACTS Reproduced on Bond POO'T WHIIE YOU WAIT Cash I Carry ••rvinp Miami Sin-e 1944 95 N.E. 13th Stroot PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS !i l 3-REETINGS ARE EXTENCE? WITTHE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH r I R GENEROUS BLESSINGS Zr )OD AND HAPPINESS "HROUGHOUT THE A Dl LD, T Riverside Memorial Chapel T



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September 24, 1965 lenist fh-rHrHirtr Page 11-D ,-te awl reported that the charges wore Hell Ihe ritual was Uien rearranged and har. -tored to the congregation. Rabbi Carillon Thomas shortly afterwards for Jamaica IMS lie dedicated a synagogue in Montego L,e 1863 only three rabbis have served the [, si Thomas. In 1888 Rabbi N. N. Nathan the pulpit of the synagogue and held it yew* He was succeeded by Reverend Da•oie wlw began service in the St. Thomas .,. rf ...Mstant to Rabbi Nathan in 18*4. rdoM mtved until his death in 1914 at MM v is rtllril hi reijin of office that the ,,| the 3mm in the Virgin Islands de.Vith the advent of steam. St. Thomas. ..d grown 10 greatness by being a tranv -1 Center, free port and port of repair for •.lling cUppera !>lying the waters of UKCar.ac*d a difficult situation. .-Inns could be more serviced in Europe ,,I nitod States (iramially the island'-, mer .dwindled and the Jews, who had been in era <•! sailing i.hips. drifted awaj limn b .111 180Q the ceneua reported 141 Jews nnai In l'-'ll at the tune of RobbJ Carath only handful were left, probably no „n t" Rnbtt Cantone vnt Buanonneo. in Moses D SJ-^I, who in 1917 was the on I) I ininisier in St. Thom;i> 00 hand to wituranator of the \'irain islandfrom Den DM L nited State*. The Jews m St. 'lhouiatd well under t'se Danes and had held main of taunt. It will be re.ailed that in 1811 \ became tho lust nation to fiant the J•*> l status. Herman Wook Crtdited 942 there were only about 50 Jews on St. but the ensuing years, which brought i .-aia Kumuean Jewish immigration to Anier. [•>•ed to swell the number of Jed in the Vtrinds. ish p.n >nl.tion today to be about 8n fam%  roughly 2ta>250 souls. They are mainly enn shopkeeping and the tourist industry. %  Paiewensgy credit*Herman Wnuk. with istrnmeotal in brinuinu a Hebrew teacher l-land sftearheading a revival of Jewish learnmg. Today regular Hebrew classes are held at the (ynngogne. A visit to the old Jewish cemetery of St. Thoma s ii \ i..Is epitaphs dating liom the early 19th cen< tury. The gravestones bear the name of some 80 famou., Sephardic famdies such as Athias. Benjamu. Cardoze. Henriques and Pissaro. In addition ;. lewer number of well-known Ashkenazi fanulirs are nmtmwtm\ Uattaf birthplaces in Holland, (iermany and England. Several illustrious Sephardic Jews have hailed from the Virgin Islaads. Judah P. Benjamin who bOSMM Attorney General and Secretary of War in .V cabinet of Ccnlederate President Jefferson Duwil mm born in St. Creix in 1811. Following the South', detent in the Civil War, Benjamin went to En ilanit and France where he distinguished himself as a legal expert. The lather of Fren.h [mores. sioniMii. the world renoune.i paintOI Camille Pissank, uraa born in St. Thomas in I*!!). His original name was jacui> Piaarro but he rhenged it after emigrating to France a.a y ling man. The famous Philadelphia physician, Jacob Mendes da Costa, v, as bora in Si 'liiomas in : Hittcry Repeated Elsewhere In recent years Sephardic dominants has given \\a\ tu the influx of Ashlwnazic Jews. 1 asked MiPaiewonsky, the 2(^year-old son of fsidor Paii xonskj and nephew ol the Governor, if the Scphaxdic ritual was still followed in the synagogue He explained that the ritual now is a conglomeration of both Sephardic. and Ashkenazic iniludices and senna to siut everyone. While visiting the synagogue, I noticed stacks of the Reform Prayer Book. As I .-food one late afternoon in the wellstocked Paiewonsky shop (hatting with Michael and looking at the bargain hungry shoppers strolling a lung Main Street. I reflected that tho history of the Jews of the Virgin Islands has been repeated throughout the world. Who can count the time that Jews, denied the right to live in one place, nave pacekd their few belongings and followed the trade routes to remote settlements in quest of a better life and the freedom to be Jews? And once settled, in a manner similar to the Virgin Island Jews, banded together, built synagogues, taught their children and pursued God. giving truth to the expression: "Am Yisroel Chai." GREETINGS NATIONAL FREEZERS, INC. REFRIGERATED WAREHOUSING CUSTOM FREEZING freezer & Cooler Storage — Of i ice Space 649 N.W. 1st AVE. 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Pace 12-1 Jstfati n trkttnr) Friday. Septemi*: 24, ^ e ••--.' | ; MM Eto) btrt r*ss *' ss cai ready strip your gears fou're tough — cnot n-,ade of steel. Fly in the ghl before Unwind at a Sheraton Hotel. Lose that all• -jrtd-up f ee >r>g at a famous Sheraton restaurant. Treat 0 'seif to a good night's rest. Next day you'll be ready to ••-* *c'td. And that Veyed-up competitton out there. For Insured Reservations at Guaranteed Rates, call your Travel Agent or nearest Sheraton. In Miami call 377-0275. Keyed-ttp executives unwind at Sheraton Sheraton Hotels & Motor Inns <& Cuti St C**l • U 5 KWiH Zt'tet )••*• rtt ttA (ntlllll IlllUy MKS t I V HI 1 Non-Stop Aeronaves de Mexico Super DC-8C Fan Jet Flights MIAMI-MEXICO Travelers have coined a phrase of their own to describe the peerless non-stop Super DC-8C Fan Jet flights of Aeronaves de Mexico between Miami and Mexico City. They ve borrowed a word from English and one from Spanish, describe the atmosphere aboard as one of Welcome, Amigo!" You'll understand as you enjoy the smiling service of your bilingual stewardesses. You'll respond as you savor the full-course complimentary Continental meal they set before you. And ..note that it's not just a flight, it's a foreword. It's an introduction to the wonderful "Welcome. Amigo!" atmosphere you'll find throughout Mexico. Aeronaves de Mexico's flights are also fastest and most frequent. Fly to Mexico* via Aeronaves de Mexico soon. See your travel agent or call AERONAVES DE MEXICO Mexico's largest airline 190 S.E. 3rd Ave. • Miami • FRanklin 7-2391 Serving the United States. Canada. Europe, Central and South America with the world's most modern jets. 'You'll like the Aeroams de Mence nan-stop flifhU from Miami U Ma**, to* for MEMORIES yoa'ILrjeverlorgel fe?£Xai£MENT every moment of yojir v'acaWn for ttJCHlfyl-CO. a highlight of yowlfip for ffi&SISTffiLE pleasures of your sightseeing expeditions for.GMARMlN& curio shop I with^bargijnj for OLE! which ycVH shout after your overwhelming vacation Balsa Hotels offers you the widest choice of hotel accommodations BALSA MOTELS Unit* MTV: R tf SlOEutt %  Mitt* IStMl • Ml MUM • UFFII U**AM: H •KSIOfltf • %  tUCI: KUDt D( U MiSiM MHrMi MfHilt. COZUMH: El MttlMlTE (IN*) MUM: IUM IM Mmouuo. u UMMO MOTOH HOTEI itu mums uznm^miutas) IhtraiM sMilialsi I • rmatiOfl see yojr (rawet agent o' any Sheraton Hot*? The Growth of Vocational Service Continued from Pg 3-1 aeer.c;. JVS atoflg wife Federation hi' i rrar.y pU: comine year and \'. prw to be a noal excitii the olfict the 5 a m of Dade Count>. an in conjunction with them i rewaren and den Bon proposal to the Office of Economic Opportunity in Wajfau I'm* program will be devoted ti I • culturalh deprived and chromaliy-unemployed person who • -.:r.ine program so thai he. or atst will be prepare for >obs alreadyavailable in the col I l* 11 P ro :ram is a series of nrveyi conducted by the Florida State Employment Service which indicates that there are several broad occupational areas in this conunui hica'dti not have people with the nt<---.-ar> training to fill such jobs. The JVS function will be to firn train ti people in what it meatb to work in the actual sense of the word work Then the trainees will be placed in each of the occupational areas in order to determine those jobs which they can handle best They will then be placed in actual on-the-job training program:in regular industries in the community Emotionally Disturbed JVS was not able last year to initiate it* program for the vocational rehabtliution of the emotionally-disturbed person who is either 11 a resi dent patient at the South Florida State Hospital or (2i a recently discharged patient from that facility. Our request for a Federal grant was denied, but we were requested to resubmit our application which has been done However, the agency, along with the South Florida State Hospital and the State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, has been running a pilot project on this for the past few months, and we have handled about fifty such clients It is interesting to note that these are people who have recently been discharged from the hospital, and of those whom we have served, only one has had to return to the hospital What makes this more interesting is that OBDally better than one out of every two the Federal Government' to determine the long term effectiveness of our project for older AMD ers Other Joint Protect* Again, through our national orga-ni:.. on the Jewish Occupational Council, we have beet %  warded a rant of Sl.ftOn from the Baron de H. d %  •-DAY < in INK 2nd & 4th Tuesday Each Month — Year Round TO THE BAHAMAS 11, S. 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m S0fmhm 24. 1965 y^Ubn-rrfdHar Page 15-C Husic in the Holy Day Prayers By DR. SAMUEL SILVER jE ol lV hallmarks of a vvorh>p service is the music. Many people are more impressed by dodiM i,i Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur L stall ,hev .ire by thecontent* of the prayers fJU suns by the mM*mes fromUie pulpit. That iun.l'->t.indble. The architects of Juda. Zid M tbal -ay. Every note of the B.ble t ... *< 10 music. Every word or the prayer* k ha b,, %  -n.red many times; nd has been ( wn.s Of song by many consecrated pp** ne „!. i i*•! hen you approach the Source | ,, v the Mom of sw,ls and %  ^ds • you ouW so in I liWl atmosphere Ewn as you lament vni{ Stress on Inquiry If ,ou were to split the Torah asunder and diLlc it iitto two equal parts, do you know what [ mj m the very middle? You would find the h verse of the tenth chapter of Leviticus. And at verse has Hwsa Hebrew words: "Darosh daw >h Moshe." "huh mean, "Moses assiduously inlired." Then we have it. At the very heart of the L:-'i faith is the stress on inquiry. Moses, the templar of sensitivity, of whom it was said that nitj to the Almighty was greater than that other man. is glorified not because he knew [ %  answers but because he asked the right quesbns, Inquire. Investigate. Search. Probe. These are K behests of our High Holy Days, prompting us to evaluate our own lues, act as our own judges, and move ahead towards an ameliorated existence. During the past year two of the great men that humanity lost were cherished because they were inquirers, practteama of. study. The Intellectual bent of Moshe Sharrett and Adlai Stevenson, two political figures embossed by their mental acaity. may remind US M the fact that our tradition'calls Dpon III not onlj to hearken to the choir, but to the imperative, Inquire. .Also our liturgy tings to US I sang Of Require. There art certain demands made upon us which we ought to heed. The Shofar soundfor you, and summons us to awaken innn our moral torpor. In the prayerbook we are told that we are not doomed il we live up to three requirements. Those three t's are tefilah. tzedakah and tshuvah. What then, do the High Holy Days require of thee? They require tefilah. prayer, the recognition of the fact that we are not -Hf sutfiiient. not selfmade. The humility Induced by prayer can save us from the devastating inroads of arrogance and egomania. Charity is Required Tzedakah is required, too. That word means charity, and also charitableness. Let us be as harsh in judging ourselves as we are in the case of others. T/edakaii means the righting of wrongs which comes from righteousness. Tshuvah is Hebrew for repentance in the sense of return to the pristine purity of our childhood. When we were children, our parents invested many hopes in us. They held up certain ideals for us. They presented us with a splendid scale of values. Let us effectuate a tshuvah to those shining precepts. That is what the High Holy Days whisper to us. So when you're ensconced in your pew. and you are reviewing the year and wondering what the High Holy Days are really about, remember those three words. Choir, Inquire and Require, and perhaps they will transport you to thoughts and acts which will bring greater spiritual cleanliness to your everyday existence. 70 ALL GREETINGS DIRR'S GOLD SEAL MEATS INC. ITS MADE IN MIAMI "THAT S WHY IT'S FRESHSOLD AT rOW MVMffl STORE 1177 N.W. 81st Street Ph. 759-4611 To All Holiday Greetings Terner's Of Miami Corp. LADIES HANDBAGS MANUFACTURERS 136 N.W. 1st Street MIAMI 32, FLORIDA Phone 371-2623 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 1 ^ Dr. and Mrs. 1 Manning J. Rosnick and Family NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MIKE'S MEAT MARKET RETAIL MEATS 1416 ALTON ROAD Miami Beach Ph. 538-0148 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Friends & Patrons MIAMI BEACH KEY SHOP 810 -5th STREET Phone JE 8-5409 L. H. BROWN HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL-PAK PAPER Specializing in Retail Store P:kaging-Wrappings— Ribbons—Tags & Twine Bags & Boxes in Stock Letter Press & Offset Printing 621 I.W. 71st AVENUE CA 6-2771 O ALL REETINGS MIAMI WATER HEATER COMPANY Ph 633-2656 Ph. NE 5-6715 1334 N.W. 29th STREET AMERICAN ROOF Roof Pressure Cleaning, Sealing and Painting ir FREE ESTIMATES JOE ANON, Owner Day or Night Ph. 691-6621 Res. NA 1-6772 7729 N.W. 36th AVENUE To All A Most Happy NEW YEAR Engcl's Men's Strop 2201 PONCE Dt-UON MVD. COHAl CABLES Ph. HI k 4174 GREETINGS BILL TINDER GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmre Cours* lessons by Appointment Complete line of Golfing lf"n Phone Biltmore HI 6-0649 1210 ANASTASIA AVE. NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO ALL AL & ART SPRINGER AL SPRINGER ROOFING COMPANY SPECIALIST IN RE-ROOFING • REPAIRS & LEAKS • FREE ESTIMATES • 5149 S.W. 8th STREET Ph. 444-4516 TO ALL GREETINGS SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS Incorporated "SERVICE TO YOU IS OUR PLEASURE" 6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE Ph. 696-4440 GREETINGS COLEMAN SOLAR SERVICE TANKS BOOSTERS NEW SYSTEMS REPAIRS MEMBER OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'' 1007 S.W. 27th AVE. Phone HI 6-7854 NightvSundays-Holidays 8900 N.W. 34th AVE. RD. Ph. 691-4126 TOM FLAHERTY A Hcppy New Year to Our Friends end Customers PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON, INC. 1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach J E 8-1665 NEW YEAR GREETINGS ABERBACH'S Miami Beach's Only Complete Photo & Art Supplier Ph JE 2-2716 466 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach 40, Florida MR. MIAMI INC. WOMEN'S WEAR-SHORTS-SLACKS-SKIRTS & SHIFTS 251 N.W. 23rd STREET Ph. 371-1401 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR AND BEST WISHES ART'S NURSERY and LANDSCAPING CO. 990 NE. 79th STREET Ph. 757-2551 BERNARD E. SELDRAN HARVEY GOLDSTEIN HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL RAY'S UPHOLSTERING CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE AND DRAPERIES FABRIC SALE NOW 1728 Ponce de leon Blvd., Coral Gables Ph. 443-7293 RAY COUSNOYER. Owner HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MISS RITA BARRY'S MASSAGE SALON & GYM, IMC. SPECIAL-3 Massages $12 includes Steam Ledies & Gentlemen by Appointment-Gym $2 per visit 685 N.E. 79th St. Miss Jackie King, Manager Ph. 758-9401



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Page 12G lenitt FhrkUaHn Friday. September 24. 1955 J^)c?t lA/ishe* for r, Five Points National Bank ir NEW BANKING HOURS 7:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. MONDAY through FRIDAY 1699 CORAL WAY GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND POLICYHOLDERS NEW ENGLAND LIFE FOUNDER OF MUTUA. LIFE INSURANCE IN AMERICA 1835 GEORGE D. FARRINGTON, General Agent 1401 S.W. 1st Street FR 1-2682 Holiday Greetings to the Jewish Community North Miami Police Benevolent Association, Inc. R. I. GRADY President TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Tony's Service Center It Expert General Automotive Repairs ir 1101 W. FLAGLER ST. FR 1-3365 7070 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 226-5833 To All Happy Holidays Contact Lens Service LEW and MARJORY HUNTINGTON Phone 379-2706 1451 No. Bay shore Drive Miami Happy New Year to AH Our Friends and Clients VOGUE BEAUTY SCHOOLS 2013 N.E. 163rd Street Ph. 945-0879 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL IDEAL AUTO INSURANCE CO. JIM LEVENSON SAM SHUPACK 6026 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLA. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. ELLIOTT C. COHEN and FAMILY 16 W. DiLido Drive, Di Lido Island Miami Israel Bond Achievement S' Continued from Page 3-G beginning of .ho Israel Bond MimwdgB % %  M £mi has been an UnportMl tortor ... Israel Bond sales. In n.ore recent years, under to tea* of my esteemed predecessors. Sam Fnedtend Leonard Kosen and the late Sam Ofltt, as chairmen of the Israel Bond Orjianizat.on, the role ( our community ha, escalated to the point where we have been the leading city in the world in per capita bond sales. In taking the chairmanship of the Israel Bond Ortamzation last spring. I was fully confident that Miami would continue this stellar role. Now. as we -,tand on the threshold of the New Year and the beginning of a new Israel Bond campaign. I am confident Uwt I can look forward to the continued support of our community's leading citizens and ot our entire community in the months to come so that we can achieve new heights in Israel Bond sales. Tha Tasks Ahoad It is Israel's present need for continued development that makes the Israel Bond campaign as vital to Israel's future as it did in the recent past. There are still many tasks to be accomplished — not in the distant future but in the present. This is the year of industrial development, especially of the underpopulated areas of Israel. This is the year of the opening of the new deepwater port of Ashod. This is the year of the central Galilee, where new villages and towns are rising. This is the year for the dispersal of industry in the development zones of the Negev. This is the year of blueprinting the use of nuclear energy for the desalination of sea water. This is the year of fuller implementation of the National Water Carrier. This is the year of stepped-up production for export. This is the year when Israel must fill the empty spaces of the desert with factories and with people. Through immigration and natural increase, Israel's population will grow from two and onehaif million to three million in the next five years. Two-thirds of this increase of 500.000 or approxi MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS mately 335.000 men. women and children, will have to be established in industrial communities away from the crowded areas of the country and the big cities. Industrialization has become the paramount need, because it is no longer feasible to settle Urge numbers of people in agriculture. Israel Bond tunds w.U be required to establish new industrie* in the undeveloped parts of the country, where most of the new inhabitants — new immigrants as well as native-born citizens — must be absorbed between now and 1970. Close to 50.000 new job* must be created in the new development zones in the next five years Docitiv* Breakthrough Israel Bonds, which have been largely responsi ble for the steady rate of development during the past fourteen years, are needed more than ever now to achieve this decisive breakthrough toward industrialization. Israel Bonds will be called upon to finance the socalled "infrastructure" including such basic needs as water and electricity supply SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family 301 S. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla. GREETINGS FROM Ann Jeftrem Mne. RESORT FASHIONS 2220 Collins Ave. at 22nd St. JE 4-2862 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL McBRIDE LIQUORS PACKAGE STORE & LOUNGE 734 N.E. 125th STREET PH. 757-1160 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL KAUFMAN PRESS 924 N.E. 2nd AVENUE FR 4-3587 Mr. Joseph Kaufman, Owner SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc. 1451 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE Phone FR 4-9081 TO All HAPPY HOLIDAYS A. A. AUTO SERVICE 751 N.W. 54th Street Ph. 757-2569 9170 S. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 667-4242 FREE — Loaner Car — Estimates — Towing Engines Overhauled — Factory Exchanged Transmissions Overhauled — Adjusted, Exchanged All Work Guarantoed A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Corre Cleaners & Laundry, Inc. i HARRY M. ROLLNICK THEODORE WEINSTOCK 6310 N.E. 2nd AVE. Ph. 754-3573 WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE DANIA PALACE OF JAI ALAI OPENING DECEMBER 4th Phone 945-4345 — 949-2424


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Page 12-D +Jmlstfk)rkfcMi Friday, September 24, 1965 The Holsum Bakers to the Jewish Sm^romntttnity for a ^J~iapp\f KSXCW {fear OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES SPECTOR and SONS "WE BUILD FLORIDA" 575 SW 22nd AVE. Phone 374-8401 ROSE COOK of MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS Wishes A Very Happy New Year to All 7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph. 667-8193 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL no\nun SPRAY SERVICE ROO : 5 PRESSURE CLEANED-GUARANTEED ROOF COATINGS TILE-GRAVEL-SLATE-ASBESTOS 99 NW 79th STREET Phone PL 8-1865 A Happy New Year to Our Friends and Customers PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON. IXC. TOM FLAHERTY 1437 Washington Av*. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Botch J t 8-1665 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAROLD and NORMA ABBOTT and Children Ed, Myles and Barry SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY EVERGLADES LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY, Inc. 6991 SW 8th STREET CA 6-1155 Monday-Saturday 7:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN., INC Eugene J. Weiss, President 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1-0376 Department of the Army goes to considerable expense to sponsor a series of weeklong conferences on Judaism in an effort to reach every segment of the Jewish group at important posts. These are often planned in conjunction with a major holy day such as Passover. New Year or the Day of Atonement. Above, Chaplain Richard E. Dyer (holding up matzoth). with U.S. Armed Forces in Vietnam, officiates at a Seder in sand-baqqed quarters of the USO Club in Saiqon, using supphes furnished by JWB. personnel provided by USO and cooperation of Catholic and Protestant chaplains. Left to right at the table are PFC Robert Newman, Armed Forces Radio, Saigon; Chaplain Dryer: LCDR Hal Sacks, lay leader of Jewish military congregation; and Lt. Col. Joseph Sanders. How the U.S. Encourages Learning Continued from Pag 3-D Force are invited. Overseas. Torah Convocations under Air Force auspices, which generally involve an itinerant preacher sent from the States are held in Europe and in the Pacific area in al ternate years. In addition, there are .lewishly isolated spots outside the country which are regularly supplied with rabbinic leaderfor Trah Convocations Places such as Alaska. Newfoundland, and the Azores are in this category Occasionally, the Tor ah Convocation in these remote arms ill be made to coincide with ;i major holy dtj SUCh J> Passover. Neu Year, <>r the Das ol Al moment so TO ALL HAPPr HOLIDAYS Paul llot'kcr TAILOlt MENS TAILOR SHOP & ALTERATIONS 4363 SW. 8th STREET Ph. 445-1177 MELROSE GLASS CO. Glass for Every Purpose STORE FRONTS AUTO GLASS PLATE GLASS MIRRORS NE 4-9031 3734 NW. 36th ST. Happy New Year to my many friends and clients M. D. FITCH REALTOR "Better Class Homes Since 1923" 975 Arthur Godfrey Road JE 8-1843 Miami Beach HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Our Friends and Clients KI4 IIAIIII BERNDT STATE FARM INSURANCE MO 1-4213 7211 SW. 58th AVE. South Miami GREETINGS FROM Spradley, Riley and Slaughter, Inc. FOOD BROKERS 724C NW 36th COURT Ph. 691-5300 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL BERNARD BERMAN YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN" 16924 N.E. 19th AVENUE Phone 945-6338 GREETINGS TO ALL The North Hialeah Bank (Affiliated with Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank) MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. "A Friendly Bank" 1 E. 49th ST. Hialeah Ph. 855-3411 TO ALL Season's Best Wishes FRED WHITEHEAD -J



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jbei 24. 1965 +Jew 1st fk radian Page 13-F tlhcr side. In 1920, Europe in charge mtnxiuce a uniform lystem. Larsaw in 1926 wtien [ power. I was sit(room dismissing JDC Jh a delegation when Aral cxpiosions. I wenfl land learned that Pil |hia troopi were enterI wanted to phone pople. but was prervliccman. As I stood .lowing what to do, my [;d Guzik, arrived do(ooting and danger. He ide streets to the K,:in which was already i because Jews from ns. understandably [l oms, were anxious ( k home They th," training camp-, to prepare young people f'>r Palestine The I wore supposed to provide for Ihe young people for three, si> n:' • until th< j could get Ihe neci ssarj tra> e papers \s a result of the conference we ere i I I l many irks per d as ha I fore •i end of 1938 I went ., p |,... u ', %  : rrji. m war-a %  e staff i i,. • aiting for me He liuv, ted m< out of the railroad station through the back way. When we got to the hotel, we found it roped off We entered throu'h the back door. 1 subsequently learned that 1 had been traveling on the same train with Herman Goering and his entourage all the way from Berlin to Warsaw. Goering. who had come ostensibly to hunt, was not at the hotel, but his whole entourage was encamped there. This was the last time I saw Guzik. Neusztadt and the rest of the staff. Ssme were able to come out. Most of them were killed. Guzik somehow managed to survive. Unfortunately, however, when JDC ordered Guzik to Paris in 1946 for a rest, the plane in which he and another staff member. Gertrude l'lnsky. were flying, crashed, and the two were killed Miss Pinsky was returning to California to be married. Sosua Project In 1938. Santo Domingo, the Dominion Republic, responded to a plea by President Roosevelt at a conference In Evian, Prance, by offering to take up to 100.000 refugees from German] and Austria. This led to the organizati >n < f the Dominican Republic Settlement Association, with James N Rosenberg as IN president The project was planned by Dr Joseph Rosen, arni I H as aske i to ,i--l-i him. Later Di Rosen ba ame the director The urst group of refugees arrived in the summer of 1940 Others followed soon afterward, It was a fascinating project We started from scratch on a piec< Of land that had been expli %  and neglected by the United Fruit i 'ompany for IS to 0 y< ars After one year, it became a showplace It was called the Sosua project named for thi Uage where the colony was launched Al the h< ight of the project, 'lure must have been some too colonists and another 500 to 700 t< t sel tiers. The latter were people who were just marking time until they Continued on Page 14 F TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS faprika HUNGARIAN Restaurant A The Only Original Hungarian Restaurant in Miami HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 S.W. 8th. St., Miami Ph. 374-9190 From it Excellent Hungarian and America Cuisine -^r Phone for Take-Out Service The Original Beef Goulash $1.15 %  cken Paprikash $1.25 Stuffed Cabbage 95t OPEN FOR BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER MR. and MRS. JACOB SHER GREETINGS Best Wishes for A Happy and Healthy 1 ROYAL PALM 1 ICE CO. NEW YEAR CAROL and JIM LEVENSON %  101 Douglas Road 3390 N.W. 48th St. Children MARK and EILEEN Ph. 448-2611 Ph. 634-1019 795 84th St., Miami Beach HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS FROM IARAKTY AND SURETY INSURANCE CLAM MHA CREATIONS 1 AGENCY, INC. 4212 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Fla. Thomas J. Langan %  709 Langford Bldg. FR 3-8872 Ph. 444-7146 Holiday Greetings to the A Most HaD^v New Year to Entire Jewish Community Jewish Community North Miami Police Benevolent Association, Inc. SERGEANT SAM R. FULF0RD President BRUCE CATERING SERVICE 690 S.E. 3rd Place— Hialeah Ph. 885-1441 Distinctive Catering for All Occasions By Bruce C. Dodd, Owner O/nccj-c LVlsncs for ^/4 fear MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ and FAMILY PHILIP BERKOWITZ MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ and FAMILY MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ and FAMILY MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ and FAMILY DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN and FAMILY MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF and FAMILY EEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MISHAEL INCORPORATED 175 WEST 24th STREET, HIALEAH TU 8-4262 To All Happy r iys COMPUTER SERVICES OF FLORIDA INC. 2 N.W. 2nd STREET Ph. 377-3023 MIAMI HAPPY NEW YEAR AND BEST WISHES TO ALL Daisy's Originals, Inc. 6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE OX 6-1430 RENATO LEVI, President Happy Holidays RADO'S STUDIO OF BEAUTY THE LATEST HAIR STYLES 5820 SUNSET DRIVE • 665-2111 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MIAMI VOGUE MFG. CO., INC. 320 N.W. 26th STREET Ph 6330929 ZAKARIN President NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM ANNE BVRNS INTERIORS, INC 700 WEST 51st STREET Ph. UN 6-1567 Miami Beach 40, Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR NORTHSIDE SPORTSWEAR, INC. 7601 N.W. 25th AVENUE Ph. 691-3951 IRVING LANDSMAN, President NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM HICK'S PKT & GARDEN SUPPLY 4273 EAST 4th AVENUE HIALEAH Telephone 688-3181



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Friday, September 24. 1965 1 *^'/'/nr**r7 ftw M National Council of Jewish Women By MRS. WILLIAM I. BRENNER President, National Council of Jewish Women T OOAY the woman who wants to make her life meaningful, who wants to satisfy her yearn ing tn be needed, joins tosether with other women in .HI organized effort to better conditions in her ,.. n comi.iunity. her nation, the world. Sxich an organization is the National Council of Jewish Wo•,n In 1918. a small group of woman met t-> ,-,-uer the needs of a glowing Jewi-h populatioi> n Miami and became part of the national organi Uon to found the Greater Miami Section Tlv :\ using years since then have been tremendously _rnlnant ones for Miami, as well M the world, 11 we hat/l kept pace with these developments by in p\or awareness of needs and a recognition of opportunities for meeting them. Our service programs for the handicappe I wlil and the senior citizen continue as in the past rears but have been growing in scope and in dimension and branching out. (Xir Braille Bindery ind Library have been moved to larger quarter-; U) accommodate their growth. Day Centers have been established in the recently completed two housing projects, and our volunteers will begin Aork in September to develop recreational pro grama for the aged residents. Our volunteers working *t Kendall Hospital have been responsible •or bringing the records of the blood bank and the cytology laboratory up to date. In the Dade County public schools, volunteers work with the hearing handicapped child, as well as the sight handicapped. Operation Head Start It ha.become an established fact that the potential school dropout and delinquent begins to show these tendencies not when he is 15 or 16, but before he enters school. The Council Woman, aware %  : this, ha; become involved in Operation Head Start, a readiness program for 5 and 6-year-olds, prior to their starting school iIn Miami it is known U the John F. Kennedy Pre-School Program urmer the sponsorship of the Dade County public schools.) In line with President Johnson's goal for a "Great Society." our volunteei.t are helping to meet the unmet needs of children livMRS. WILLIAM I. BRENNER ing in the poverty pockets of Miami. Although this is a six-week summer program, our volunteers are so enthusiastic and excited about this program, that plans are going ahead for an all-yearround volunteer service. The tutorial program at the Booker T. Wash :ngton School, developed in September. 1964, is helping those children who are having difficulty :n meeting the required educational standards of their grade. As a result of individual instruction and attention given to these youngsters and a cultural enrichment brought to them (that is absent in their own homes), they have developed a new interest and hope in their own future. Along with President Johnson's Economic Opportunity Program. National Council of Jewish Continued on Paee 10-1 \\\ovA


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V„r Pace 4-F MIAMI NATIONAL BANK 8101 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Miami, Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE BOARD of DIRECTORS, OFFICERS and STAFF JOIN with ME in WISHING YOU and YOUR FAMILIES HAPPY NEW YEAR! VANCE FOSTER maule NAUIE INDUSTRIES, INC. SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA FOR OVER FOUR DECADES 5220 Biscayne Beu'evard Phone H -663 1 Mil. and MRS. SAM SETTLES and daughter Karriette Marsha MR. and MRS. MARVTN GILLMAN and scr.s. Edward Warren and Henry Neal EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY ANE PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS PALMETTO HARDWARE & PLUMBING SUPPLY •237 SW 124th STREET CE 5-9341 7334 RED ROAD MO 5-4231 Dan Hitchcock. Owner view (I Mcscca. the mountain fortqroup of Jewish defenders r, dtywhei -^Rcrncr^ leal 1 end their lives at • al 'V cnc P m HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL GLOBAL CONTACT U2M. INC. BETTER VISION THRU CONTACT LENSES 7625 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Ph 759-8844 TO All A MOST NAW NEW TEA! MR. and MRS. LOUIS ELLIOTT KATZ and FAMILY EUZAIETH ANNE ri MART TltESSA ISM S.W. 21 it STREET 11 SEASON'S BEST WISHES BEACOM REST HOME 24-HR NURSING SERVICE-"A Home Away from Home" 116 Beaeom Blvd. Miami Ph HI 3-1802 HAPPY NEW YEAR HOWARDS SUPER LIQUORS Lowest PricesBest Service on Miami Beech FREE DELIVERY — IE 8-4445 515 Washington Avenue Micmi Beach Mike Mersel Happy New Year Ossie Mersel MIKE'S NEWS and SUNDRIES CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY 465 Forty-first Street Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 8MAYNB OF If ft.If f I.YC. 2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724 HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN the se v. here thi 'Operation Masada' Reveals Past E .0SHUA H. JUSTMAN %  • j en i %  I %  time :• %  Continued on Pi?e M-F NEW YEAR GREETINGS BEACH POODLES BOUTIQUE Expert Grooming $7.50 PL 4-1431 FREE PICKUP FET SUPPLIES PUPPIES 882 N.E. 79th St. HAPPY NEW YEAR And Good Wishes to All ff I \ SLUY OF If I i iff. MXCM 2250 N. MIAMI AVE. FR 1-8089 Jacob Kaufman & Aaron Schnider, Par*HOLIDAY GREETINGS F ROM STAR'S BEAUTY & BARBER SUPPLY 5801 SUNSET DRIVE 324 MIRACLE MILE 20347 S. DIXIE HWY. To Our Many Friends one" Patrons NEW YEAR GREETINGS KING COLE BEAUTY SUPPLY 480 W 83rd STREET. Hialeah Ph. 821-4101 Brcward County Free Phone 5T5-3308 24-HOUR PHONE SERVKE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SERBIN, INC. 1280 S.W. 1st STREET Best Wishes for A Happy and Prosperous New Year BALO CH JEWELERS MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES HOLLYWOOD (Diplomat Hotel) SPOLTER ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, INC. • es • • 6700 N W 7th AVE. Phone PL 4-2738 A Happy New Year to All fr.tffr OF MIAMI 2454 NW 5th AVENUE FR 3-5054 Jack Kan-m lecnard Ccle"-an Howard Margoluis HCL;: %  Tro|M4*al Paper Bos <"<>. *r ARTISTIC PAPKnBCXBldg 14 Phone TU 8-845' •.' .i ni New Year Greeting' To Our Friends and ?ow HELEN A. QUICK PARRAKEET HOSPITAL 13910 N.W. 6th COUBT Ph. 681-9713



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rndY. September 24. 1965 i ** &f /#> rkrHLtr Paqe 15-A l \ 1 ik. WMOUK SCHUlmAN SAHAH SIIVIKMAM CEN. miZMANN (Seymour Silver mans Chosen to Receive Israel's Distinguished Service Award Mr and Mrs Seymour SilverLan have been selected to receive 1 iveted Slate of Israel Dis( [. tried Service Award The aard will be conferred up i \-;• CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR \ STAR GRANITE We speciafiie in building Jewish Alenumrnti Our work ond material are Seareateed. MARKERS s 45 2 '• Ancludes Name. Yeor ami Delivery Cemetery ON 3-OAYS NOTKE CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 S.W. 42nd Street MO 1-4055 Coming to Miami for the occa sion is Gen. Em* Weizmann. founder and Commander-in-Chief of Israel's Air Force. One of Israel's great national heroes. Gen Wei/niann led ru> nation's Air Force during the War of Liberation ami the Sinai compaign. A distinguished roster of Temple Beth Sholom leaders will form the committee of patron-hosts for the dinner. Serving as chairmen of the committee are Mr and Mrs. Jonas l Brotman. who were to host a en ki.nl reception for the Patron-llosl Committee members ai Iheir home on Sunset Island 3. on TTtursdaj evening. The annual Tempi.Beth Sholom-Israel Bond Dinner has become a tradition in the community and customarily initiates the fall Israel Bond drive. In announcing thiyear's dinner. Kabbi Kroni-h noted that the event will be a dinner dance. He said, "Israel has come a lom; way in the years since our Temple sponsored the fir>t Israel Bond event and our members have come a long way in their support of this program. From the S125,000 worth of Israel Bonds purchased by our members at our first function in 1956, the sum purchased by our members now at our annual Israel Bond dinners exceeds a half million dollar-. "Obviously, each year more and more members have purchased more and more Israel Bonds. Our annual Israel Bond dinner is as much a fact of our congregational life as the High Holidays season. •This year, as we honor Seym our and Sarah Silverman, I am confident that our dinner will not only be an occasion of joy and pride, but an inspiring reflection of our understanding of the economic needs of a growing Israel." Weizmann Branch farband eral, Arthur Godfrey Rd ., was second anniversary dinner to bi I Main topic on the agenda (rf shelborne Hotel on Oci 9 t Chaim Weizmann Branch Farband meeting on Tuesday at Chase Fed* P*" PALMER MEMORIALS Monuments $ • %  •>*>*' MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS PALMER BUILDING 3279 S.W. 8th STREET LEADERS IN QUALITY VALUE & LOW PRICE Extend to Their Many Friends and Customers A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year. DO NOT BUY from "Out of Town'' Order Takers DO NOT BUY from "Assembly Plant'' Firms DO NOT BUY Blindly "Shipped In Monuments Neo-Nazis Win 2 Percent in Bonn BONN — iJTA — The newly-estaMUbed National Democratic Party, the first neo-Nazi Party in Weal German) to seek official nationwide recognition, emerged from Sunday's Parliamentary elections with only 2 percent of the vote In view of the strong attendance at recent rallies ol the neoNazi group, political observers had predicted that the party would poll up to 5 percent. The observers warned, however, that the strength of the National Democratic Party should not be underestimated, since the two percent ratio corresponds to nearly 500.000 votes. In Nuremberg, the birthplace ot* Hitler's racist policies, the neo-Nazi group won 6 percent of the vote. With Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and his Christian Democratic Party retaining their leadership of the West German Government coalition. Bonn's pro-Israel policy is certain to continue. Two days before the elections the Chancellor had told a i>i<-conference he Intended to improve relations: with ael further i< ganttess ot his desire to normalize relations with the Arab countries He made it clear he wantto meet with the next Israeli premier after Israel's forthcoming Km-set elections. BUY FROM PALMER'S SELECT THE MONUMENT OF YOUR CHOICE AND SEE IT COMPLETED TO YOUR OWN SPECIFICATIONS HERE ... IN OUR LARGE MANUFACTURING PLANTS ... ON TIME WHEN PROMISED, AND AT PRICES FAR BELOW OTHERS. AMB HERE MS THE PROOFx ,00 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI A. DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religion Supplies lor Syn.igouuev Schoo.s 6. Private Use 1585 Wnshinqten Ave. Miami Beach JE 8-3840 AMERICAN ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE ''ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES POR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. JE 1-7721 S. Schworti Temple Sinai Sets Varied Activities On Friday evening. Temple Sinai of North Dade will be host to its youth group. Members of the organization will conduct portions of the Sabbath service, which ; will be held at the Washington. Federal Auditorium. 699 NE 167th i St., at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy will in-j terview Miss Cathy Cole from the i pulpit on her recent trip to Israel. j where she participated in the Maccabiah games and won seven medals as a swimmer. Cathy is the daughter of one of Temple Sinai's Religious School teachers. Mis Charles Cole. On Sunday morning. Temple Sinai initiated its new Religious ool for Adults Classes are be inheld al J< -in F Kennedy Junior Huh School, 1078 NE 167th SI in conjunction with Religious Schi % %  < >r children. Adult educat on clasM are held everj Sunday i %  from 11 to l p.m and Irving Jacobson, executive in i lor ol Temple Sinai, are Ihe instructors. The program includes the study ol Jewish customs and ceremonies and beginners Hebrew. Temple Sinai will conduct lli^h Holy Day Services .it the North Miami Beach City Auditorium. 17011 NE 19th Avenue. 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Lay. Septe mber 24. 1965 + lcs\lsl rhrMlir Page 3-3 Or Olom Ladies Fashion Luncheon Slated for Oct. 26 "^ %  Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom is planning ii~ annual '•Tres Elegant" fashion show luncheon for Tues%  \i\\ noon, Oct 2H. al HI, New Everglades Root Paahiona will tx' by Both Wchor. fDM by Adrian Thai, hair stylo> and wigs by Minna, musical accompaniment by Mis. John Huff, and featuring guest commentator, tin Hirsh, Harry Sarnoff and Lest TV personality Virginia Hooker. Chairing the affair IN Mrs. Al Levenson assisted by Mrs, Edward Block. Committee includes Mesdames Bod singer. Saul Gelb, Morris Drahick, Ralph Fistel, Allen Kurzweil. Barbara Schocket. Mai Glaser. Ways : : s£ & '. to Mai anc his Make. ffij THE XIKIrKT \-£& LMNiMGK -^ "Eat the fat and drink the sweet," said the Prophet ( Nehemiah. To eat apples dipped in honey is old deiicious custom, representing our hope( for a sweet new year. The bee stings — yet brinj forth sweetness and. similarly, we trust that life's pangs wi be ba'anced by life's pleasures. Honey, richly symbolic, adds a golden touch to many of our seasonal nostalgia-seasoned specialties. Here, for instance, all sweetness and light, is A HONEY OF A HONEY CAKE 2 cups unsifted flour 2 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder teaspoon baking soda %  j teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffee '•. cup water 2 eggs 1 cup sugar ?3 cup honey i-2 cup Planters Peanut Oil 1 can (4-ounce) Planters Blanched Almonds, chopped 1 tablespoon brandy extract In a small mixing bowl combine flour, Royal Baking Powder, baking soda and salt. Set aside. Dissolve Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffee in water. Set aside. In a large mixing bowl, beat eggs and sugar until light. Stir in honey and Planters Peanut Oil: combine well. Mix in flour mixture alternately with dissolved coffee. Add Planters Almonds and brandy extract Pour into an oiled 9x5x3-inch loaf pan. Bake at 350 F. for 1 hour, or until done. Makes one honey of a honey cake. L'KOVED YOMTOV-FREE TREASURY OF FESTIVE RECIPES Gala ways with chicken and turkey and lamb. Traditional goodies like mmm-mandelbroit and nibblesome new ones like coconutty cookie-buns and blue danube doughnuts. For a dozen of my favorite recipes (each one tried, tested and triumphant), write to me. Miriam Field, Manna About Town, 12th Floor, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York 10017. This free "Treasury" is yours, with the compliments of the makers of Chase & Sanborn Coffees and Planters Oil fine products made under year-round Rabbinical supervision, made to make yomtov more yomtovd.k and every day more festive. We,at Standard Brands, are honored that many of our carefully kosher products have been the trusted friends of the Jewish homemaker for many generations. We share your hopes and prayers for 5726. May the year be a year of health and happiness, a year of plenty and of peace...for the House of Israel and for all mankind. isran icnnm MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE-EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER



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Friday. September 24, 1965 Unlit ncrrli^r Paae 5-C More than 175 new resident, had ";';;: *,*. a **** *, !" l m piec | the remaining u in coi rtanl re tmenl .t our acutely ill eldarly ... i s ., lull census from the vie %  ni my. it takes its den I.. io we began Hie perjonnel ',, ,,11 categories of serviceme nursin social work t" whieh wt were inevitably drawn by capacity. Increases in Staff I \ ,. ; ,rs ago, the entire Douglas Gardens stall totaled 75. T>day. the nursing staff alone numbers 93. In t-rms of numbers, we have met the need But to >'o it. in light of the more pressing demantfc by our more infirm resident/?, and to Insure that we continue to provide the highest %  ttnriards of mi, "M have had to increase substantial!} the budgetary' outlay for nursing. Today, "ur base pay for registered and prac tical nurses is at the highest level of any Institution in the State of Florida, with commensurate benefits offered to attract nurses of the highest professionaJ caliber. To insure fullest utilization of this staff, under the guidance of our new director of nursing, we nave begun to reinvigorate our in-service trainins program. Through this program, interpersonal relationships — of vitally important concern in a home for the aged — are being more fundamentally and profoundly influenced. One aspect, that based on the close relationship between our residents and the staff of social workers, will be more tu 11 > developed during the coming year. The psychological and social needs of our residents become both more complex and more subtly an influent* en medical health as the total character i>f the Home becomes more one of individual infirmitj We will have to increase the size of the social work staff, and again, find the incentives to insult maintenance of uncompromising standardSpiritual Needs During the past year, the spiritual needs of our re-idents were enriched as we dedicated the new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue. This beautiful house of worship has played its part not only in enrichment of the lives of those who participate in sen ices, but in enhancing the pride of residence JUDGE IRVING CYPEN for aU who share in the satisfaction of beautiful things in our midst. Because our residents are increasingly the sick and in need of care, we have been particularly fortunate that the Greater Miami Auxiliary has established our new health center in the Pavilion area. This means that our residents who can enjoy the greatest degree of independent living now have immediately accessible both a treatment center and nursing station, and they need not give up the hard-won sense of independence to come to the Ablin Memorial Building for intensive nursing care. Long-Rang* Goals This growing preoccupation with the sick among our elderly has not. on the other hand, excluded from our concern the elderly blessed with better health. In the days just before Rosh Hashona. we were assured acquisition of the old Roosevelt School property, across the street form the Home. Here, in response to urgings of the federal government, we hope to erect a residence where the standards of care and service w*iich have become a community hallmark will be extended from the institutional confines of Douglas Gardens to meet the needs of non-institutionalized elderly We come, then, to the beginning of a new Continued on Po 14-G New Year's Greetings to the Entire Community from YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI 990 N.E. 171st Street, No. Miami Beach Phone Wl 5-3586 Rabbi Sherwin Slauber Spiritual Leader Harry terner President To our Members, Friends and the Entire Jewish Community We extend Best Wishes for a Most Happy %  New Year CHAIM WEIZMANN BRANCH OF FARBAND MOE LEVIN, Chairman MOADON HA HISTADRUT HA-IVRIT HEBREW CULTURAL CLUB Wishes A HAPPY NEW YEAR to its Members and Friends RABBI SIMON AZULAY, President ANNA SINTOW, Secretary MR. AND MRS. LEO MINDLIN and SONS, JEREMY and JACOB Wish Their Relatives and Friends R3\B ncrtr; ne: JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE U.S.A. DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA


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But as into a bottomless barrel. The General Assembly of 1964-65 Ml a sad fiasco To prevent a confrontation between the two giants the U.S.A. and the USSR there was no voting except once on a procedural i^sue Consequently, it appeared to the general public there was no action. Israels situation was. in that re S pect no different than the position of other*. And yet things did happen, if only by onmussion as far as Israel was concerned. There were the usual series of complaints by Israel against aggression by the Arabs There were the usual, usually-false, replies by the Arabs, charging Israel with "aggression." Only one 01 those complaints came to a head through Security Council action. As far as the IN was concerned it was a paper war, the noise being made tnostlj by the mimeograph machines and the typewriters So much for the political front. Charges of Discrimination On the human rights issue-, there was open talk — hut. again, no action resulted, except on one important occasion In the Human R i mmission and in its parenl body, the Economic and Social Council, harsh charges of Soviet discriminations against Russian Jewry were von no • terms Bui Moscow Aft< r one notable occi .-.. of cultural and religi tlOlibassadi r G 0 \rkad e\ the Zionist es wi uld res %  %  %  ; s policy vis-a-vis the & et Union's : *ish mi 5o much for Ru of p sh issue But was there n %  progress at all? That true. Iii such meetings ;.were held — and i side the Assen th< r were quite a few — was shown to )>.v< gained more popularit) tl ADIAI STfVfNSON •teeth •' ie>rtfe ever in the so-called outsid< met :and lounges, there was less imbt ever thai Israel is a full member ol nd reapectfuU) ackm vied >,-r ID excellent standing 4e iwh.it happened I rnor "t 'he Bank of I I plan for improving Internatioi >; trade tl %  ::., | |j .,"the H I • U p.a'l •„ rj m a special reporl b> j nned and del ati d pie : But whi th< r I %  ir noi % %  .-,,:•! iii. Unwanted Satbatical to tin IN is thi • %  i %  a| I n ma) h au ii i on run • al it i .'I The sal batical year ii Continued on Page 15-D MB tfO CIMENT ef the DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO. 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And. aso.trn happens, the product of on. year is worse than that of the previous year. This past year has given us a mixed t| Jewish ficUon.lt.e older. esUblishedwrite^hav* not been i.,zy and some of them h new novels. Saul Bellow's Herzog. ol course, wa one oi the m st conttoversial works ol fiction o U yea/. Herzog. a Jewish inteUectu h o cannot find peace ol soul, entranced thousands ol read ers but also irritated thousands more Some cnl ics praised the book highly, and Bellov received manv major Uterarj awards an i internaUo (ante other critics, like Maxwell Geistnar. con^ sidered Herzog a failu .literary fraud. Laura Z "' famouGentleman's Agreement, ofl new novel. Firs; Taper-, after year, of -ilcnce It was not critically well received, f"r th< ics believed that her tale of a Yiddish new spaper editor was more documentary than fictional, and dull in the bargain Herman Wouk. whose earlier Jewish novels were long and ambitious, came up with an ••entertainment.'' a basically trivial book called Don't Stop the Carnival, about a .livw-h public relations man who buys .1 resort hotel Irwin Shaw, another novelist whose reputation has been in decline, published Voice, of a Summer Day, the story of an American Jew who reflecton h;pas: life and tries to relate himself to his >>>unson. It is a nostalgic book which misses import and somehow falls flat when compared with hiown earlier novels and those of the significant Jewish novelists who emerged after Shaw fir>t won a reputation as a popular writer. Palestine Pioneers On the other hand some of the veteran writers have produced some of their best work during this pa;t year Michael Blankfort in Behold the Fire, has told in fictional form the st0rt N1L1 spies, a group of men and women a t. %  tine who helped the English conqu r r.ij,?' dunne World War 1. In his novel, BlanfcfJj! wrirteen movingly about Jewwho fcoJli wanted the Yishuv to break aw a> fro m T?*| nipt Turkish Empire In the eour-e of hi. .^H informs us of the difficulties faced by U> pj!!j in Palestine. He has brought hi-tory. a n oZj meal of it. to vivid life Hit novel it..,.. I rememb e red. Isaac BasheviSinger, m S!mi,l I] hagiven us another collection M %  ) magical short storiea, steeped in Jeui.-iwl %  nd mores He is violent, colorful -i-xual HWI have irritated some Jewi-h critics who like t,!j that Jews are like other pe pit no bets surety no wor-e. But they ovrrlo < Sin;'*:,, the imaginative tale They gasp it ut Uw) overlook Mi remarkable wnl g gifts which transcend the q tor the Jews"" H. den ...-t ian artis: who r;.nkj contemporary tlmi And finally, Seymour Epstein • Lest hir' ac0 n M| s third novel • modern day novelists He actept 1 tr> i M t; to make an average linmarru Citing fictionally — and he -in. • -,-| almost finds life passing her b>. Sh. -he finds it difficult to fall in low Her mother are separated and the m. i %  [ love with her are not worth ber love Her mottej trieto win her away from her fat? iher la pathetic dreamer I -.: Epstein writes an extraoi impressive pTformance and I.e.ih T.| oraldi novel These, however, are the practiced r. ..sts.ISMI 'professionals \shat about ih* new i ncs, uai | younger writres? 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iber 24, 1965 +Jelst HrrMHn Page 11-A menical Draft Readied PA) — Vatican offithis week that (ho draft deelara jlic-Jewish relations luted to the prelates rnieai Council next question of when Hut on remained to Votinff on the nust precede a final i-unicnt at the fourth ion. of that declnrawide-ioreed rumors. m in serious question Litcs gave it an overErvortbta provisional vemher. a West Orfader told a German B panel The provites 1.891 for. V9 against tcntions. lirschmann, professor nit order at Frankfurt explained that any _opted by a two-thirds is considered as virtupted and cannot be hereafter except by a pte of the prelates. He ttent Council commitpropose only amendlulated on the basis of [contained in positions who voted "yes. with m" but such proponed *ts can be only alternnulations of those alepted. •ration repudiates once the ancient charge thai pa-t nr present, had anj Bit [or the crucifixion It IN part of a document %  liohc Church's relations Tm.n Christian MUglHIS. Ihe Moslem and BuddhiM pjtown, the JeeuM wM, sake of clarity ami t" Misunderstanding or mis nhcr of such alternatives tiiKfl and formulated for )\ the Secretariat for the of Christian Cnity, cd the initial strong^ rait He declared, how these proposals did not substance ol the lest November, an I could he draft In c seni i rsehmann n o t e d that i> e > %  n voiced by "one the church concerning pprisals against Catho Middle East, stemming jw eeping dismissal of deifees against iho Jewish said there was no rea limize such tears, but %  equall) true that the Council could not Hive weight to such con ii expectteac) ^Bp c of the first days of Ht the fourth session was ^hi".i on freedom of con%  Thftt schema is of inter%  ws for its implied criti%  the denial of that free%  th,. Jews of the Soviet ^ %  t also would serve as a MtrnaS to countries like Spain, Hh e Catholic Church is i wi lwiit and denying anyone's ri^ht to force Three American Cardinals. Frt adoption of a faith against an incis Spellman of New York, Richai 'dividual"* will, civil authority dishing of Boston and Joseph R would be declared "out of bounds ter of St Louis, strongly defend' An official summaryof the draft Iman's right to be "guided by his ii it interferes with man's relation(he draft against opposition fro ;(>M f*i:at 't(l i-rilicmm' ,.\,.v\ ,.,., %  AAun^.l" ; n n *e nHn aJ f..:*L l.:_ *.. S.U. IM..I %  '-* %  •" *• %  • tiiasii m nW't l^~'nur.i \r\ U U II IHICriCiVB WIIII I held that, after affirming every own counsel" in matters of faith, ship*' to the Divine. conservative prelates. AUTHORiZIO OIAUB si-< less r £NJTH Quality HEARING AIDS 3 $75 to $325 >• me I WIW on*'" NLEY GOULD i UNCOIN WAD'*<""") •*r*Kf fell Mahfi • It I tfll .inn 633-0681 .E FINANCE CORP. W5 N.W. 36th St. -. f?5 M J00 VTTENTION! Home for the Aged THRU T SHO'' r DS YOUR DONATION NOW! itami Ta Deductible" c l 696-2101 NOW FLORIDA HAS THREE AREA CODES 305 813 and the new one: 904 new telephone directory has a comp lete iist • f Florida cities and their Area Code numbers. When you dial Long Distance direct in Florida, check your new telephone book. Then be sure to dial the proper Area Code if needed. Direct Distance Dialing is fast Economical. You get the low station-to-station rate. And it's easy. Just follow these simple steps. 1. Dial "1" to connect with the DDD equipment. Then the Area Code of the city you're ca if different from your the individual nurr Call often. And dial direct. Fast. Easy. Low station-to-station rates.



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Fee8-A • klit fhrkhtr Friday. September 24 1365 Rosh Hashona Continued from Page 4-A Rosr Hasten*, also at 9 45 am. tore the theme When the Etefar Calls." Israelite Center. 3175 SW 25Ch St.. Iliacoi will feature Rabbi S. Alvin Sctnrarti of Chicago, as guest spir itua! .tader at Friday services at t, p -.' Saturday wivkei begin at ;" i ". R'i-h Hashona will be toted Sunday at 6 p m Honda) servicei are at 8 a.m.. with Rabbi ScfawarU discussing 'Gemini V and the Jewish Orbit Can tor Louis Cohen and the choir will nrfji.' the musical portion of the litur;r Tuesday services. aLso at 6 a .r. will have "A New Year or Another Year" as the sermon topic Skt Lake Synagogue, 1120 Miami Gardenj In will observe its first Rosr. Hashor a since its recent organ,7it:on Friday evening services will be at 6 p m with Rabbi Jonah E Caplan officiating and Cantor LeuiGoodman rendenng the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday naming services are at 9 a.m. Serrron is scheduled as "Which Is lion Important — Yom Kippur or Shabbat?" M inch a will be at 6 p.m. The synagogue will launch the Rod) Hashona observance with service' Sunday, 6 p.m.. at the Unified HaJi 2300 KE 171st St. Monday morn.ig services are at 8 a.m DeiBion will be "The World and I .MJncha is at 6 p.m. Second day of Rosh Hashona will also be at 8 a.m., with the sermon "Me and My Peoj •i ay evening services will be M •> p m for Congrgation Anthc Enrn, 2533 SW 19th Ave Miami Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m with Mincha again scheduled fcr 6 p.m Rosh Hashona will be launched Sunday at 5:45 p.m.. with Cantor Solomon Pakowitz officiating, according to Emanuel Kushelwitz president Pint day of Rosh Hashona on Monday will feaat 8 a.m Irving Sperling will discuss "Impact Upon •he Jews Mincha is 5:45 p.m. Tuesday services will also be 8 am. with Sperling in a >ermon on Significance of the Shofar in Jewfe" Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate at Friday evening services at Tempi* Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave. Miami Beach, at 8 15 p.m. Sermon topic will be "Can Man Create a New Human' Life'" Saturday services are at 1045 a.m To become Bar Mitzvah are Lawrence, son of Abram Baker and the late Mrs. Baker, of 800 W 47th St.; and Marc, son of Mr and Mrs Irving Rosenbaum. 117 No Shore Dr Rosh Hashona will be usheTed in Sunday. 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Kronish's sermon scheduled as "Do We 'American Jews) Have a Tradition for Everything?" Cantor David Conviser renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Monday services are at 9:15 a.m. Sermon will be "Does Everyone Know Who He Is"" On the second day of Rosh Hashona. with services also slated for 9:15 a.m.. the sermon will be "And What God ExW->-^• ushered in Sunday. 7 pm Holy Day schedule for Monday ami Tuesday, ias fl lows: Shacharit, 8 a.m: Tor ah reading 9 30 a.m.. Shofar. 10 am iing benediction, l pm. Rabbi Vbramowitz will preach lH>th days Cantor Jao-b Kahane renders the musical |K>rtions of the liturgy, aliated by the Temple Choir under the direction of Herbert Weintr Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No Miami Beach Blvd schedules regular Sabbath Services this weekend on Friday evening and Saturday morning, with Cantor Jacob J Renzer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy The High Holy Days will be launched at services Sunday at 6:15 p.m. Two separate services are slated Monday and Tuesday Dr Max l.ipschiU. spiritual leader of the con: gregation. and Cantor Renter will officiate at the service in the main sanctuary. Abraham J. Gittelson. ; education director of Be*h Torah. ; and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen; I haum will officiate in the USY I Chapel. Schedule is as follows for both days: Shachacis, 730 a.m.; Torah reading. 9:10 a.m.: sermon j on Monday. "To Wait or Not to i Wait — That is the Question." and on Tuesdav. "Man. Not God Must Save the World." 10 a.m.; Shofar. 10:45 a.m.: Musaf. 11 a.m; and Mincha 5:45 p.m. A=sisting at all services will be Israel Mandel. Irv ing Kuttler. Rev. David Klein and Frank Golrtblatt Temple Tifereth Jacob, 961 Flamingo Way. Hialeah. will hold Friday services at r, p m.. with Ted Mohel conducting the Kabbala Shabbat Saturday services are at 9 a.m. Kiddush follows Rabbi Maurice Klein will officiate a' service* ushering in Rosh Hashona Sunday it ^ pm Services on Monday will he at 3 30 a.m.. with Mincha at 6 p.m. Second day of Rosh Hashona. Tuesdav. will al-o feature services at 8:30 a.m Rabbi Klein will deliver the sermons on both days Beth Jacob Congregation. 311 Wa.<4iington Ave. Miami Beach, Rabbi Shmaryabu T Swirsky will conduct regular Sabbath services this weekend, with Cantor M auric J Marnches rendering the tiusiJ portions of the liturgy Rosh H-T ihona will be ushered in aSundatj -orvices at sunset Monday sertj will be at 8:30 a.m 5. •'Alone — Yet Not Alnr.,vices the second day of K s shona will also be at with Rabbi Swirsky disci "Summits in Time and s Young Israel of Miami 9.,.. Continued on Page 12-A Hiam JHount JVcL C— rcmctcry 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI invites you to attend Special Memorial Services Sunday, October 3 eondurted bu RABBI SAMUEL APRIL TEMPLE OR OLOM 10:00 A.M. RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD FLAGLER-GRANADA 10:30 A.M. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN TEMPLE EMANU-EL 11:00 A.M. RABBI SAMUEL M. MACHTEI TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 11:30 A.M. RABBI SOL LANDAU BFTH DAVID 12:00 Noon RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ TEMPLE MENORAH 12:30 P.M. RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM (Hollywoc I 1:00 P.M. RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER TEMPLE JUDEA 1:30 P.M. RABBI JOSEPH R. NAROT TEMPLE ISRAEL 2:00 P.M. RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ BETH TORAH 2:30 P.M. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CONGREGATION BETH KODESH 3:00 P.M. For Further Information Call MO 1-7693



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^ Mnber 24. 1965 +Jewlstincridian Page 13-D diseus services may be available on these casions. Duty Abroad way, all Jewish military personnel, at luring a tour of duty outside the conItcd States, have the opportunity to in a Jewish religious gathering at ^standing rabbinic personality presents terms that are relevant to modern kle. Often, the response is electric. tier people are avid for an opportunUs Jewish problems that trouble them [part of a Jewish fellowship. Certainly, try environment, away from their own fa. servicemen are more receptive to uction than they would be in normal roundings. of the past three years, the JWB Com| Jewish Chaplaincy has helped to select ffor the weekend Torah Convocation of Jets and servicemen at the Air Force |Through the cooperation of the Jewish Centers of Denver, the facilities of a f^amp have been made available for this The Academy provides a budget which Jewish chaplains to secure an out'r< uc.it master. kyears ago, in the Tidewater area that Mir ortoik. \'a.. the JWB Armed Forces and Services Committee arranged a conrhich attracted about 150 service-people Issions were so enthusiastic and the pro* well received that annual convocations held in the area ever since. Hi h of this year, the Jewish chaplains of D'i Army organized a Torah Convocation Koneer i ffort This retreat, held at Fort a was the first t<> be conducted over a on a military post m the States The |a"Judaism — Fiddlers on the Roof? uded an informal dance, ;.--'.: %  Jew ish p nil hi nd Salt n i Dmn inal i k< -her mi Splendid Results • men, the cost of the entire four lal because th< eel t %  sub(i bj \r—y funds Rabbi Emanuel smith of B'nai B'rith'Washington • ffice H Ihe American Jewish Community Today." Brant Coopersmith, an expert in community relations, presented the theme "Judaism in a Christian World." Chaplain Saul Parker of Fort Belvoir and Chaplain Marvin Schneider of Fort Lee conducted the religious services. Others involved in the preparations included Chaplains Louis Barish of Fort George G. Meade, and Maurice Kleinbcrg of the Military District of Washington, Moe Hoffman, JWB's Washington representative, and this writer. The gathering at Fort Belvoir was an unusually effective convocation. It indicated the splendid results which Jewish chaplains can achieve when they plan together imaginatively to meet the needs of Jewish service personnel. Such convocations, we know, can be successful not only overseas but also here at home. One looks to the future with the hope that, at many installations, similar weekend institutes on Judaism will be arranged and '.hat Jewish servicemen will thereby be brought to a gcaaUr appreciation */ their faith and their uaditions. Williamsburgh Y Continued from Page 7-D has en its Staff two full time Orthodox rabbis and four part time Orthodox rabbis has been a major r in strengthening 'he confidence of the Hasidim in the Y In addition, many of the Y's professional and clerical staff members can speak ish, and this, too. has facilitated communication. Not that there aren't problems anymore — there are There is still resistance on the part of the Hasidic heirarchy Moreover, a number <>f nonidox parents have complained about the great emj basis placed on Jewish con cut in the Y Some have come to register their children in the Y's camp withdrew their children alter they boys with "payes" and men with beards in the Y"s bbj Working in the Willi Y is like being in two different worlds at the same time. ... u. said bef< re we believe that a lewish Communitj Center is pi sed to serve all whatever their points ol view We have to the Ha i Bm that we understand them, their needs and their requirements. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS NINIE PIERRE CANDY SHOP RETAIL CANDIES FRUITS ir NUTS CHOCOLATE CREAMS PARTY MINTS TO ORDER "YOU NAME IT WE HAVE IT" FORMERLY THE KANDY KOTTAGE W. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 751-6421 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL 1 JIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI. INC. 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'eJewish Floridian "39 ~ Number 39 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH VittKir Miami, Florida, Friday. September 24. 1965 Nine Sections — Price 32.30 HAPPY N EW YEAR



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September 24. 1965 day, "TZmT pessimists as just another aspect of ttie flaking *>WB of the barriers which in other times n d ether lands presumably helped to keep Jews ; r ,„, disappear!* into the majority. Biological SoicicW The theory is based on three propositions. One |ha Jews are failing to reproduce themselves idly as a group. The second is that America n Jews are marrying non-Jews at a growing rate without lathering to require the conversion of th* h partner as a condition of the marriage. orollary proposition is that such marriagei tend to be neutral as to group loyalties and the .,., mevitably lost to the Jewish group The third proposition is that with the barriers falling ,. r e very ride, American Jews are finding the alenti of acceptance by non-Jews too strong l 0 resist That acceptance slide is lubricated by n d .gnorance of Jewish lore and correspond gck < f Jewish loyalties which is the hallmark present almost entirely American-born and n nurtured generation of Jews. Specifics in support of the three propositions— r against them— were as usual notably absent among the debaters. Dr. Marshall Sklare. the i-ican Jewish Committee sociologist who has directed studies of Jewish communities and thus possesses at least some factual data, told a meetin Canadian Council of Reform Congregations that American Jewry was committing "Moil suicide" by restricting it* birthrate He i (i that a high rate of births was needed to he erosions of assimilation and mixed marnaj-'e. U^UtrhrMtor Page 5-C A conference on mixed marriage sponsored by the Religious Affairs Commission of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of Greater New York heard reiMuts indicating that the rate of mixed marriage* was increasing among American Jews and that 70 percent of the children of these marn..L'es were lost to the Jewish community. In Minneapolis, a rabbinical association departed from the usual stance of hand wringing to suggest that parents should take a firm stand against all interfaith dating The rabbis also urged young Jews to date only Jews, thus practicing what they were preaching The Board of Rabbis of Essex County. New Jersey, was more general. The Board called for a mobilization of all the resources of the Jewish community to deal with the problem of mixed marriages, a proposal unhappily lacking in .jpronjisint. specifics. Limited Data In summary, the arguments boiled down to two positions. One camp holds, with a kind of blind faith, that Jews have survived every kind of problem and that it would hence be incredible if American Jews, untouched to an extraordinary degree by these historically enduring and pervasive threat v should vanish from so wholesome a panorama. Pressed, the holders of this view will concede that American freedom is indeed a problem tor Jews but they add that it is also an opportunity. The trouble with this stand is that none of its sup porters seem to have any effective answers to the problem of dealing with the problem of freedom. The counselor who urges the American Jewish parent to try to force or persuade his teen-age son or daughter to avoid non-Jewish contemporaries only in the art-a of dating may be biting on tranite. The ether camp holds, with an equally obdurate gloom that the forces unleashed by American ireedom are too powerful to be checked by the leu and teeble projects which seem to be ths principle response ot the community's leadership Members of this camp contend that the hemorrhag .of limited births and growing mixed marriage is a disease tor which the Jewish medicine men havr no viable remedies. Comprehensive Study The truth seems to be that both camps stak^ out their positions with cripplingy limited data. Th.'t diametrically opposing positions are held testifies to the fact that very little trustworth;. information is available on the most elementary' aspects of the American Jewish community. Th*: true rates of replenishment of the American Jewish group, the actual rate of mixed marriages for that Jewry as a group, the Jewish fate of the children of such marriages generally — such information does not in fact exist. Is it really credible that the total number of American Jews has remained fixed at 5.500.000 for the past decade or The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds has announced plans to make the first reall; comprehensive study of this unknown Jewish community. The results will no doubt impinge pain fully on a number of sensitive organizational ani ideological Jewish toes. 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Friday. September 24, 1965 -JeHlstiflortcfforr %  Irish residents in Britain, the government mani '-" .__..,,, A\ not tridi ,0 rPa,e a new larxe **** ul ahtas d so allowed Ihem unrestricted entry to England and even the right to vote. Since Israel permit,; dual nationality, the rabbi can doubtless •laim an ln-h pavsport. But perhaps he will travel ,'n his Israeli diplomatic passport all the >am\ It will !•' him off the boat quickly — and recent British governments have scarcely been worth vet .„_ Mr anyway. Dual Loyalty Issue HN apointnMoi will doubtless cause M>me heart-fiearcbins among some of the less enthuaiIj Zionist seiiments of Briti-h .Jewry. There former!) existed an organization in England (called Fellowship i comparable in outlook to can Council tor Judaism, but it disbanded when the State of Israel DM I'Maldislwd \56. Unfortunately, Hitlers bonil>s destroyed this historic synagogue siUutog in the heart of the City of London, leaving un-callied the old Sefardic Synagogue a block or two away. The office is principally supported by the London United Swugogue, a large, closelvKii.t group of orthodox synagogues, but his authority is acknowledged throughout Britain, and even in such far awav places as Australia. Moreover Israel Brodie. by bis unrelenting attachment to orIhodoxy, has emerged as the out-tanding exponent ol "Torahtrue Judaism" in Europe. The Chief Rabbi's powers are remarkable Rabbiserve their synagogues with his consent, and he can veto their appointment. Marriages require his license. The principal of Jews' College must have ms consent for election. Although the terms of his appointment prtvlude him from issuing any "ban" or "herem," his indication that a Rabbi should not speak oc officiate on some particular occasion will normally meet with prompt compliance. There is Cowtinwed on Pag* 14-E GREETINGS Concrete Hofstmg Bar Joists Set Steel fn gaja n j Clam and Drag N. POPENHAGER -CRANESPhone HI 3-2*52 2534 Lincoln Avenue COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA WE WISH A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TROPICAL PARK TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS CARR SMITH & ASSOCIATES 627 S.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 444-9883 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ANDERSON INSURANCE COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Fire Wind Life Auto Liability 4706 SW LeJeune Rd. Coral Gables Ph. 665-6985 GREETINGS FROM BELL'S ARTIST SUPPLIES COMPLETE LINE OF Custom Framing—Print* Art Drafting Helen GerstenfeW, Prop. 2623 Ponce d Leon Blvd. Coral Gables HI 8-1061 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherry of Louis Sherry Realtor extend Best Wishes for a H'ippy New Year to All 1 Lincoln Rd. Bldg. JE 8-5433 Compliments of BLACK ANGUS RESTAURANT A LOUNGE JACK illVM HfffB BK0D5KY 17700 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Greetings From BARNES CAST STONE SHOP Cast Stonework to Order MANTELS Stop By and See Our Japanese Lanterns Modern Polished Stone Mantels Phone PL 9-0314 262 N.W. 54th STREET MIAMI or tnc ^ Vew Lie or The First National Hank of Homestead, Florida 4 SOUTH KROME AVENUE Phone CE 8-0246 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR AL and RIGGIE LEVENSON FLORIDA WHOLESALE DRY GOODS INC. 333 N.W. 1st COURT Ph. 373-0819 Holiday Greetings CONCORD CAFETERIA 1921 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Phone JE 4-4883 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR Till > %  \\ LORD COSTUMES Made to Order Costume*—Since 1925—"Truman Lord" 1741 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone PR 1-2011 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 GREETINGS JACK SWERDLIN CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES "Specify C. B. I. Phone MO 1-7696 Immediate Delivery GREETINGS TO ALL THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOOIftSMALL, JR. 6*2 N.E. 124th St. North Miami Phone PL 4-0*15 Fun Fair Restaurants 1625-79th STREET CAUSEWAY, North Bay Village open 24 Hour* a Day UN 5-5493 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR IP wifi i LEI I ro\ PAN AM P00* PtOMKTS COMPANY 4421 N.W. 36th AVENUE Nl 4-1041



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Fat?* IC ^IfmistTVrrft'ir Tfj&rf. 5e:-r-; r ;i Jewish Community of Germam iZf H ETA* SAUSAGFTOMFAHT OF CHICAGO W/SMfS OUR 4NY FKIENDS iimn nzin rum* DAVID MANASTER, o 411 Pr4u''t Mm mfm*tmrr4 KPSH6R ZION MM coarurr m CHKMO If Your Building LEAKS Call WEPCO HI 5-3511 or 635-1580 ROOFS • WALLS WINDOWS • DOORS ROOFING • WATERPROOFING ir GENERAL CONSTRUCTION WEPCO CONSTRUCTION 4811 N.W. 35th AVENUE ROOPING CONTtACTOtS GENERAL CONTRACTORS JOEL DIAMOND RICHARD A. WEISS Division of Weatherproof ir>g Product* Co., Inc. Maw TMT Maurice of London Castaai Cl.tfci Alftr.fi..! 44^7477 71 Mcrrkk W.f (•••I CfcJt. H.r.4. NORTH SHORE APT. HOUSE ASSOCIATION WISHES ALL ITS MEMBERS AND : END5 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW = A^ PHILIP JACOBY, PRESIDENT HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI MES'S rOCS MAKERS Of "MR SPORT 220 N.W. 2Hl STREET FR 9-4589 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR MODERN DESIGNS OF MIAMI, INC. HOMF & OFFICE DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 10*4 E 47th STREET Hieleah Ph. 681-0021 CHARLES G LYNN. President HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL M ItfrlfOV I.IMITI Ml WEST 17th STBEET H.alaah Ph. 887-3828 IRVING NATHAN, President HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL LUAU POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT 79th STREET (No. Boy Causeway) MIAMI BEACH 6 Dining Rooms RESERVATIONS 045-5941 mem Tk i tg tan mmmr. '" f ruor eia k/narr ti a fc*i-*r a* %  s thud BKC —c •*<* •cIB The seac vatfc o nr aia *rs. *: *-• aterae* *< sear*, toe mm hf •* mmM • Jsxnaft laasrr amo aoo a-arr? _-; toaaae Ir jm. unn, ^*pn ftKtr H Mi *•*•• Jm* arc bock BB I a • rr to tarrr yuaMil s*e4< oar. 52 teacher* usak aw. Heere* A H**rat fcanuHa awe* ther >ac TO aaw ssH. boscirer .^ read? to aa a n K mwn .. g-ti ImWj hOM po^eroo-S shop* as* 1 Mr-jatoani+t ir-mt — ewrr reason to be happy — sod pa* they arc sex. A ar assn%e-f yards froe-. tfa* -beer hall* %  tr f^aasser fcsersaaic aBMftt He if • nonJeeufc psytmtr.1 : i^uem.'<. — airiiy chiktrer, — J*i*r. ehikrfer. The> are oawc-K aed vauans Oo* of ta bo> s ivyear-oid lai. was born ami Huurtr iQ Ere.rr.cn center Member ..r-.er.' cr.c president of the Ar.r.:-.'ewjel Associataaa at a receptor. ..-. ok io^t daring 5725 at the Amer.ccn je-/. xn:ttee national headquarter*, •..-.e h o* Human Relations in New York Ctrf H> ns Berlack left Foreign Aiiaars ;.-. vtmm 01 r.e Arr.er.tar. Jewish Comm.rtee ~rA Dr John Slawson. AJC vice preside.-.: nqbt. are %  bown rMfa him. The AMociotion c the sister orgcr.^ation of the A: Jewish Commiftee. Together v. %  French Alliance Israelite Un-verselle thev )o-.Uy sponsor a community Harriet program m Europe. raised r Th* uo others uere bo 1 Gtr-| % % %  j •. Kjropean parer. = Igai g\a A to >peak Hebrew :it I M I Hi%  %  di pour forth imhindf naal tnw il pe-(eet And >et. a fe* 'r. theI doctor had expJaiaed that I,;al JM> | TO All HAPPY HOUDAYS PALM SPRINGS GULF SERVICE SERVICE IS OUR BUS NESS 13*5 WBT 49th STREET Ph. 821-89M OBEETTNGS PVKI; R110.V & MIX IIOM1SHOP Motor Time-Up Wrerker Service UphoJuenntj Paint Work Frama Work Baeice; Re*ned 35 NE 29th STREET Ph FR 9-1693 SEASON S GREETINGS THE HACK TAMILY MIAMI FOOD STORE B.S N. E. 14th Straot Phone FR 3-2038 VUt Our Store on US. 1, Phmaatlon Eey. Florida "Keys Payicdr" NEW YEAR GREETINGS Mi:i3i.i\ II SIIIO> >IH, 1901 N.W Miami Court FR 9-2895 LOUNGE PADS BOAT & FURNITURE CUSHIONS MATTRESSES 8 BOLSTERS NCW t RECOVERED TO ALL HARPY HOLIDAYS MR. ALEX COIFFURES "NOTHING BUT THE BEST OPEN SUNDAYS FELIX CASTILLO. Owner 310.72nd St. Miami Beach Ph. 865-0666 HAPPY HOUDAYS TO ALL SOUTHERN CATERERS, INC. BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE CHARCOAL BROILED SPECIALTIES 3890 N.W. 36th STREET NE 4-9246 1 Block West 0* Miami Jai-A ai SEASON S GREETINGS FROM SEABOARD BEVERAGES, VERNORS REGULAR & ONE CALORIE GINGERALE TO ALL SEASON'S .BEST v. 5H HERBERT C. FR %  '' VANN CLEANERS & LAUNDRY JE 1-3132 S28 Jefferson Ava. Miami Beach TO ALL GREETINGS VISION on: COMPACT CUTTING DIES-FIXTURES For The Optical Trade 1478 NE 130th STREET No Miami Ph 757*22 GREETINGS Eunice Denison HOTEL PERSONNEL SPECIALIST "Staffing P-efge Hotels the World Over" 1690 Alton Road Phone JE 4^741 MIAMI BEACH



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24. 1*65 +JeistirhrHinn pat;* jWr „H while Markfield is witty nd his dialogue Ltimes clev*r, he also can be boring. More he does not have the narrative gift and cerebral than gifted as a story-teller. Intellectual Jew ,i Rovit. the literary critic and academician, Urebral in his first novel. The Player King, I about an intellectual Jew. It U full of lit,, jdea parodies of book reviews, selections | a ,<>urnal and almost everything except a Corv that keeps alive the interest of the read Lm'v Larner, a talented journalist, is not par •lv intellectual as Markfield and Rovit but his 'black humor" misses more often hits. His book is a college campus novel (a common type nowadays) about a Jewish athld drug addiction, and university Intellect* has Its coarse moments and some humor. much a young man's book, undicivulgar and without much meaning. His novBve He Said, won a big. fat prize, which may reflection on the judges more than on the ai reading public. .tin Mamia, an undeservedly overlooked writer, has made an impressive debut with tor) of a Jewish family in a small New jV,,! town and the relationship between mem the family and the Christians in the town. I picture of small-town life and it capthe tension* under which the Jews live in a nunity where they know they are constantly judged because they are Jews. The title reto romantic love, but to the love, or lack within the Jewish family, between the father fa troublesome son. It carries forward the old of the conflict of the generations, but it mature novel, one well worth reading and king about. Young Girl as Heroine %  Two >oung women also published their first M s during this past year, women who write Lit Jews and who have received a great deal of Jcal attention. One of the books is pretentious. Li poelic and rather good even as the author Ises lr effects. Her name is. simply. Sara (no (name). Ami the name of her book offer* an idea her pretentiousness. It is entitled Where Mist Ihes l>ream and Song Runs Naked. Actually, it isn't as bad as it sounds. It is the of a poor Jewish family in Boston and the discovery of love and passion and truth by the young girl of the family. It contains violence vrape and drugs) but it also has its moments of tenderness, shattered dreams and ideals and the lack of understanding of the young by their parents. In R o s a 1 y n Drexler's I Am the Beautiful Stranyer. a young girl, too, is the heroine, a 13-year, old Jewish girl who lives in the Bronx and who is also looking for her own kind of freedom. The parents of the girl have their own difficulties and so does the heroine. Selma Silver. Mrs. Drexler has been praised for genuine gift for characterization and for capturing the lonliness of the growing adolescent. Two young men have produced collections of short stories on American. European and Israeli life. They are Hugh Nis.son-.on and Irwin Faust. Nissenson discloses a small talent, carefully nurtured. His book contains seven stories, on life in Poland. Israel and the I'nited States. All of his tales are about Jews, some of them no more than anecdotes and some on a European scene he doesn't know but has heard about. Yet some of his stories are worth reading, especially one about a Bar Uitzvah boy who is a stammerer but insists on going through the long and complicated Bar Mitzvah ceremony He also has a good story about Israel and the relationship between an Arab and a Jew. A Mixed Year Faust, who writes "Jewish" as well as other stories, has a particularly painful tale about a Jew who suffers a nervous breakdown as a result of his experiences in Germany. It is a bit like one of Isaac Bashevis Singer's unusual stories. Clearly, Faust has something to say. in his Jewish story as well as in his tales about the poor and dispossessed in New York. Both men. however, may have done better had they withstood the temptation of too-early publication in book form. It has been, as 1 indicated at the outset of this survey, a mixed year for Jewish fiction. But as a steady reader of Jewish writing will be glad to confess, it is worth keeping up wkh this genre, for some of our best writers are American Jews and. as the books roll off the presses, we can truly expect that next year, or the year after that, will produce better, more truthful, more substantive books than we had this year. THE OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI Withe all it Mmbri of the Jwi*h Faith A Very Happy, Prosperous and Healthy Naw Yaar ARTURO Dl FILIPPI Artistic Director and General Managar TOR THE run i wt -w— ^ very Best IN TEMPORARY OFFICE HELP TO ALL GREETINGS FROM F. A. ROVIROSA, President Narovi Shipping Corporation fABCOIO.V.BIANA INC HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE NORTH GERMAN LlOYD VENEZUELAN LINE COLUMBUS LINE Pier 2 Biscayne Blvd. 2nd Floor P.O. 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HIALEAH. FLORIDA TcA'l A Mos! Happv New Year HOWARD s. miin H BROKER 6C3 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 371-8431 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. PHILIP ROMER and Family GREETINGS DIXIE FARMS PRODUCTS WHOLESALE MEJCIS nd PROVISIONS 519 N.W. 23rd Streat Vfcona FR 1-34*4 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR COUNTRY CLUB MEN'S WEAR FORMALS RENTAL and 5A1PS IRVING SCHWAN 401 PERRINE AVE. PERRINE 1h. 238-0421



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tfdoy. September 24, 1965 + U*lstFkrMfon Page 3-F Our Jewish Intellectual Leaders By ETHEL L. LEVEY g0ne or the other of our several synagogues; in the lecture halls of our Talmud Torahs; in the discussion groups of Hillel House and the Community Center: now and then at one or the other of the cultural events and celebrations by winch .lews maintain the institutions and ideologies ot the corporate body that is American Judaism? Ought we to feel that his remarkable abilities sad the tact that he has chosen to use them selectively i.e. for and among Jews, is all that anyone' should ask? Knowing that not every family in our community is affiliated with a synagogue. that some live on the Beit-Line of Judaism, that a growing number are all but assimilated, should W* expect this man to follow our mainstream of Ijnericon Jewish life, as we continue an age-old Continued on Page 15-F TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Joseph A. Collins Service Air Conditioning 3002 S.W. 18th STREET Ph. HI 6-7455 Best Wishes to All for a Happy. Healthy and Prosperous New Year MR. and MRS. LEWIS F. COHEN and daughter DiANE ARLENE Season's Best to All SNAPP. Inc. Sand Blasting 'No Job Too Small Or Too Large' 2902 N.W. 22nd STREET Ph. 635-0687 U. J. 420 Lincoln Road Wish All Their Many Friends A Happy Holiday NEW YEAR GREETINGS From i.AZAMS 70 N.W. 25th STREET Miami, Fla. Ph. NE 5-4281 Well Known Manufacturers of Bedspreads & Draperies TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALEX MILLIGAN • Marine Surveying Organization Marine Insurance Surveying Yacht and Vessel Surveying Marine Consultants and Engineers Appraisal and Inspect.on P.O. Box 126, Gratigny Station Miami, Florida 33168 Phone: PL 7-9622 Res.: Wl 7-5125 A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Our Friends and Clients from MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN ZINN of the LIGHTHOUSE APARTMENTS 4730 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach Ph. 538-1224 GREETINGS FROM TRIAS I I.OICIVI 3632 W. Flagler St. Ph. 445-5011 • 2542 S.W. 8th Street Phone* 445-/044 or 446-0466 L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU FIRESIDE STUDIO 1699 N.E. 123rd Street, North Miami Telephone 754-6143 won nan ror* "&4 portrait [or tit* ^JliMHf lit 'l/oiir *JC** LOUIS BAIDA/ /&nir/&v inr. JooJill CiOs Promotional Advert 4590 N.E. 2nd Avenue P.O. Box 37-634 Miami. Florida Phone: 754-5536 Visit Our Air Conditioned Showroor HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ABBEY HOSPITAL 5180 S.W. 8th STREET Coral Gables, Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL AVIS Executtve Car Leasing 1101 N.E. 79th STREET Ph. 759-4351 MIAMI I TO ALL GREETINGS MILLER COIN LAUNDRY, INC. DISTRIBUTOR SERVICE 4755 NW 2nd AVE. PL 8-3639 GENERAL AIRMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO. LIFE nmt Aluminum CHURCH TYPE BULLETIN BOARDS INDOOR and OUTDOOR .„ 155 West 22nd STREET, Hialeah Ph. 888-6171 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR SOUTHERN FOOD PRODUCTS Food, Beverage & Cigarettes Vending Machines Our Business 12 S.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS YOI \4.1tMMH IIOOI IXCO. RAY and LEROY YOUNGBLOOD 1100 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-2501 GREETINGS FROM KIMBERLY FURNITURE MFG. CORP. 1015 EAST 29th STREET Ph. OX 1-1481 HIALEAH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THOPii r.AL OPTU At. CO. 2611 N. MIAMI AVENUE FR 3-5451 BENJAMIN KOVEN



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Page 14-H +Jmlstncrldton Friday, Senfe.i Vew XAear greeting* ••.QUESTIONABLY THE FINEST RESIDENCE IN MIAMI BEACH CW THI OCIAN BMfi Dtfai AvaniM • Mtaw Stic* FMMI BLACKSTONE KOSHER RETIREMENT RESIDENCE Telephone: (305) 538-1811 800 Washington Avenue Miami Beach DR. MICHAEL SOSSIN Managing Director Supervision of Union cf u Orthodox Jewish Cone TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS KIALFAH ENGINEERING CORPORATION CORRUGATED BOX MACHINERY 7490 N.W. 48th STREET Ph. 888-2394 Happy Holidays to All Our Friends and Patrons UNIVERSITY CABS CORAL GABLES Phone HI 4-1616 Auto Rentals-Chauffeurs-Cars for Hire-Delivery Service MIAMI • SOUTHWEST SHEETINGS HAVEN MANOR SANITARIUM Eidowed and Incorporated — Residential and Transient — Reasonable Rat*. 24 Hour Nursing Care for Convalescents—Invalids—Aged Registered Nurso G. E. THAPP, Director LILES W. GRIZZARD, D rector 2629 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA Ph. 635-7721 SEASON'S GREETINGS... GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT 7143 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 574-8793 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL STEELMAN CATERERS 1009 S.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 443-2826 Holiday Greetings to AH My Jewish Friends and Clients JOHN W. BRAU • REALTOR • SALES & APPRAISALS • Suite No. 101 7211 BLDG., SO. MIAMI Ph. 667 5633 ABSTRACTOR'S SERVICE INC. DICK and JERRY JOHNSTON City. State and Co. Tax Consultants — Taxes ExcUlST 1390 N.W. 14th AVENUE Ph. 635-0758 NEW YEAR GREETINGS GLAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 1820 BUILDING NORTH MIAMI BEACH Ph. 945-4335 Miami Beach Chapter of HadasJ Se By MRS. NAT BARTH, President Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah AS pan of Ae national orgntotn know A la(lnsS nh. the Women* Bontal Organization of America, the Miami Beach Chapter takes ita ,,,,,,. jn the front line In Southern Florida With membership family composed of 17 groups on Miami Beach, it, 4,600 memberstiip no* loota for (he coveted 5.000 mark and a place on tinDM1M hoard. Entfrftag day by day in Hi procram of te** ing healins and research, the medical school planned durum the Jerusalem siege was rstar. Ii-hed in 1!M9. After its destruction, it functioned io temporary buUdingi scattered throughout Jerusalem until the new Radassah Hebrew 1 riverMedial Center was dedicated In M60 One of the younce-t inedic.il schools in the world ii now has I -tudent population of nearly 600. and 71 percent of them are financed b) scholarship! and loans American teachli t< to implement a fundaments I urn which in< ship. Accent on Sight Pron '' • he %  %  %  darkni -%  %  • %  six \fri< Ihron %  •ol ol Dentisti ft of the A Fraternitj opened in The H. Medical Centi j al Had o( the world Most ol the important struct in %  am kite bten of D B I P MRS. NAT BARTH • tx ild in Through the youth %  • Id %  %  PS Ant Povert \ %  mel ; young people Youth Ally ah Since its inception ii • • settle an I rd i hildren from 80 htm •...ii from Euro| • %  • riea brings M ith it yo ed intellectual an I i I than the general averagi *r unices c


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?:ige IOC +Jelstnrri'fi*>r Friday. September 24. igee TO ALL rWOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS UNIVERSAL GALVANIZED SCAFFOLD STEE SCAffOLOtNG. FOR EVE*f JOB ALL ?A?rs RUST-P90TECEC WITH-A IDBRfCATIVE GALVANIZED SURFACE TO SPEF? UP EVERY SCAFFOLDING OPERA'ION • SALES & RENTAL STOCKS Tor Information Call" UNIVERSAL SCAFFOLDING CO., INC. 3845 N.W. 35th AVENUE Ph. NE 5-0997 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Community National Bank & Trust C ompany COMPOTE TRUST FACILITIES CHECKING ACCOUNTS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SAFE DEPOSIT LOANS DRIVE-IN AND WALK-UP WINDOWS OPEN 9:00 A.M. TO 4:30 P W YOUR CONVENIENT FULl SERVICE BANK COUINS AVENUE AT 96m STREET BAL HARBOUR Best Wishes for the New Year 5055 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ABBEY HOSPITAL 5190 S.W. 8th STREET Coral Gables, Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR AND BEST WISHES ARROW TABLE PAD COMPANY 1924 S.W. 8th STREET FR 3-4591 SOLNABUTOVSKY, 0*u>er BEST WISHES FORTHE NEW YEAR BENJEE'S RESTAURANT & SANDWICH SHOP 21 WEST FLAGLER STREET GEORGE LINDEN BEN BAUM BEST WISHES* FOR A" HAVPY NLW YEAR BETTYS LOBO LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT JOHNNY" RAFFA, Owner 1440 BKCAYNE BOULEVARD FR 9*190 Your RboB HhoBona QiiOfif T on Box i By RABBI SAMUEL 1. FOX What is the derivation of the term Shofar? Actually, tin l f '" not too veil t I There are some who wUtc the word to the Assyrian and nian wi ••Shup %  bich meanI Hoi TV Sbofar being u.sed in Ui current sense as the •ifcrn of the .Sheep" might easily come from such a derivation. The word Shofar also might be traced ;o a root sigi decoration," or -beauty." Since the horn oi the sheei (rnamenf of a kind, it might be very well called '•Shofar" becasue it "decorates" the animal and gi\eit perhapa lertain type of beaut> Why is it that the Shofar used on Rosh Kashona can be made from the horn of any kosher animal except the cow or the ox? Two reasons are given in the Talmud. One is that the horn of the cow or ox is not referred t'> as "Shofar." but rather a* "Keren" The latter term would preferably indicate an item used for destruction rather than one u*ed for ornamentation. An item used for destruction would hardly be the instrument to be need as the agent with which to approach the Almighty for his mercy on Roeh Hashona. In the case of other Kosher animals, the horn is more of an ornament than an instrument of destruction. The second reason referred to in the Talmud is that the cow and the ox bring to mind the Golden Calf which was used in the idolatrous sin committed by the Jewish people at Sit. Sinai. A prosecuting attorney should not be used as an a^ent for defense in front of the Heavenly Court. It is also said that a ram's horn is generallypreferred for the Shofar because it v. which was til ited on the altar instead of I-. Thus, the ram's horn brings to mind the mei .deration which the Almighty gives to His people in times of stress and i • Why is the Shofar blown at two different parts of the services on Rosh Hashona morning? It seems that the Shofar was originally blown The first Torah Scroll brought to C Idahoma Territory via covered woqon In by pioneer Jewish settler is used by Michael Finn in reading the Portion oi the Week at his Bar Mitzvah. the first ever hold at Altus Air Force Base. Altus. OkrL Th Scroll, known as the "Simpson Torah," wtn brought from Ft. Sill. Larwlon. Okla.. where it has. been a treasured possession ever since Morris S. Simpson settled in LavYoung Finn, whose father is stationed at Altus AFB. travelled 120 miles weekly lot four years to study for his Bar Mitzvah v. the Jewish chaplain at Ft. Sill, who ducts a religious school for children oi Jewish GIs. using curriculum materic:' provided by JWB's Commission on Je Chaplaincy. Left to right are Char Murrcv Berger, Jewish chaplain at Ft. SJ1 who officiated at the Bar Mitzvah. wl h was part cf the first Jewish Sabbath service ct Altus AFB; Michael Finn; his fc" Capt. Joseph Finn; and his grandfather. Ben Letofsky. NEW YEAR GREETINGS JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP **Bu the Railroad Track" Painting—Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fonder Repairs 3647 N.W. 36th STREET Phone 633-0181 Happy Holidays to All Our Friends and Clients PONCE MV;I;II STORE 226-228 AIMERIA CORAL GABLES HI 4-0491 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 Compliments of 111 Kltl H I ft. -YI-IYFU. INSURANCE* CONSULTANT 19 W FtAGiER ST. FIT 1-13 GREETINGS TO ALL CHARLES' RESTAURANT (Formerly Edith's Restaurant) GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE CHARLES EMERSON, Owner 7121 N.W. 35th AVENUE OX 1-6911 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC. 3475 N.W. 151st STREET Opa-locka Phone MU 1-8511 "WHOLESALE ONLY" SINCERE WISHES TO BEST WISHES FOF A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS MAC. J. FRANK McCRACKEN Clerk, of Criminal Court 66 N.W 22nd STREET FR 9-1426 ELI MILLER, Presd ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS DIM .ARMK>T


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rndoy. Sept^ !L 2 L 196 i JmUti fh rHI.tr Paqe 3-A As President of the South Florida Council of B'NAI B'RITH LODGES, it is truly my pleasure to extend Brotherly Greetings for the NEW YEAR I^JJ On be/raff of the Four Thousand Members oi the Seventeen B'nai Frith Lodges comprising South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith, I extend to the entire Jewish Community my sincere good wishes for a New Year filled with Good Health, Peace and Happiness. May it also be a year in which more and more of our unaffiliated brethren are inspired to join with us in the B'nai B'rith way of life, which exemplifies Benevolence, Brotherly Love and Harmony. JOSEPH B. GORINSTEIN President South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges '.FFICERS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL Of B'NAI B'RITH LODGES Pre: 4tt f i dentllKt V President President V President V :i President T-i asurer Ell vliveitcretmrf In 'te Tri 'tt I-, 'tt* 7 ri tee Trustee T-. tt I •.I tee 7-i :tet I'.nee T-,.-te JOSEPH B. GORINSTEIN, 5313 Collins Awe., Miami Beach ARTHUR D. HORWITZ. 1141 N.E. 175 St., No. Miami Beach HARRY KERN, 225 S.W. 24 RdL, Miami AINSLEE R. FERDIE, 2315 S.W. LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables MARK RUBIN, 1099 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables SIDNEY KATES, 3200 N.E. 36 St., Fort Lauderdale MARVIN PEARLMAN, 1010 Longford Bldg., Miami MAURICE J. FINEGOLD, 475 N.E. 50 Terrace, Miami ELI HURWITZ, 1009 Langford Bldg., Miami ANSEL WITTENSTEIN, 2428 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood IRVING SCHATZMAN, 2395 Lake Pancoast Dr., Miami Beach E. ALFRED ROWEN, 2075 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach FRANK H. KRAVIT, Oliver House. Miami Beach JACK R. CLICK. 1746 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach HERMAN NUDELMAN, 10190 E. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor BERT S. BROWN. 801 W 49 St., Hialeah BERNARD LANGBERG, 941 N.E. 170 St., No. Miami Beach ROBERT J. FRIEDMAN, 1220 duPonf Bldg., Miami RANKING SUPREME LODGE OFFICER IN FLORIDA E. ALBERT PALLOT, Vice President, 1504 duPont Bldg,., Miami JACK R. GLICK, Supreme Lodge Regional OFFICERS OF FLORIDA STATE FEDERATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGES President ANSEL A. WITTENSTEIN, 2430 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood President-fleet EUGENE EISEN, 401 Riviera, Tampa, Fla. lit Vice-President ED STERN, 627 S.W. 27 Ave., Miami 2nd Vice-Prejidenf LOUIS OSSINSKY, JR., 924 Peninsular Dr., Ormond Beach Regional Vice-Pres. IRWIN "BUD" GOLDBERG, 6213 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville Regional Vice-Pres. ELI HURWITZ, 1009 Langford Bldg., Miami Regional Vice-Pres. ARTHUR HORWITZ, 1141 N.E. 175 St., No. Miami Beach Regional Vice-Pres. MAX BERGER, 625 Hudson, Tampa ~Regionol Vice-Pres. HENRY KRAMER. 220 Almeria Rd., W. Palm Beach Regional Vice-Pres. ELLISON KOSOFF, 10185 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour Regional Vice-Pres. MARVIN KAIMAN, 3815 Menendei Dr., Pensacola Secretary BERNARD LANGBERG, 941 N.E. 170 St., No. Miami Beach Treasurer MARK RUBIN, 1099 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables RANKING DISTRICT No. 5 OFFICER IN FLORIDA SAMUEL NIEBERG, President, 3942 S.W. 5th Street, Miami Director, 1746 Meridian Ae., Miami Beach LODGES COMPRISING SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL B'NAI B'RITH Abe Aronovitz Lodge Nc 2518 SAMUEL R SILBERMAN, President P.O. Box 369, Key West Coral Gables Lodge Nc 1682 SAMUEL M. PUDER. President 6090 SW 92nd Place, South Miami Fort Lauderdale Lodge Nc. 1438 RICHARD A. ROSENBERG. President 111 S.E. 6th Street, Fort Lauderdale Freedom Lodge No. 2421 JUDGE LOUIS H. STALLMAN, President 8910 Emerson Avenue, Surfside Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge No. 2079 BERNARD B. WEINTRAUB, President Suite 506 19 W. Flagler St., Miami Harmony Lodge No. 2463 JUDGE NORMAN GOLDSTEIN, President 19071 N.E. 20th Court, No. Miami Beach Hatikvah Lodge of Miami Beach No. 2362 ELLISON R. KOSOFF, President 10185 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour Judea Lodge No. 2500 HARRY ROSEN, President 7767 W. Juniper Street, Miramar Hollywood-Sunshine Lodge No. 1662 AL LICHTENBERG, President 1431 S. 14th Avenue, Hollywood Me-Ami Lodge No. 2391 BERT S. BROWN, President 801 W. 49th Street, Hialeah Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591 JOSEPH L. GOODMAN 1100 West Avenue, Miami Beach Mitzvah Lodge DR. STANLEY HOLZBERG. President 7920 S.W. 21st Terrace, Miami North Dade Lodge No. 2043 STANLEY CAIDIN 2050 N.E. 199th St., No. Miami Beach North Shore Lodge No. 1744 JACK A. BURSTEIN 10185 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour Sholem Lodge No. 1024 MILTON K HAHN 1095 S.W. 58th Ave., Miami South Dade Lodge No. 2337 STANLEY R. ROSENBERG 9720 Sterling Drive, Miami West Miami Lodge No. 2249 MANUEL S. SUSSMAN 4525 S.W. 94th Avenue, Miami HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH... • to identify with the Jewish community • to help tight anti-Semitism and all bigotry e to help build character in our youth • to build an informed Jewry • to help promote human rights and human dignity • to work tor your community • to help Israel • to promote good cHiieasbip • to previde vocational service for young people e to service the armed forces and veterons in hospitals TO SIRVI TOUR COMMUNITY, TOUR COUNTRY AND HUM4N/TT IVCRWHIRI!



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oer 24, 1965 + J m l3$ > fhriil^r Page 15-F Year Theme is Repentance fcontinutd from Pag* IF must assume that the concept tin i a protean, constantly improviru flexible enough to bounce back after Ltronjj enough to overcome past weak[couraueous enoush to combat former ite inadequacies, and unfortunate mislite In the phrase used today by the lovement, he can "overcome." In fact. Uting the nu-anint; ot Teshuva is "we Deep Faith in Self many phrases in 'i' English latini pessimistic view '-f the natur'' can'l teach an old ; Jew ish \ .ihics. Jewish Intellectual Leaders Continued from Page 3-F living within the hopes and aspirat %  <>n.r I memories >t our people? Li .•' our professi inals are mi If i me is one wheresome kind o in exists, the children are at Lut:-. -I a Catholic or Unitarian reli y tea .is the case ma> be, H it is lot ethics, but short on religious acand Of practice, then the children are Ithout e '"tart in that area. Wherever they [. l.i • iff lost to the Jewish people forcoi led; as you can saw H Jewish intelare min( to intellectualue themselves right ofl the top of the fbsrpole what about the future? Or doesn't the future include %  need for and support Of agendas concerned with the Jewish people? If the adagaj "tha race is to the swiff is true, then we are losing our fastest runners, for i! these serve us onl\ aexcellent employees whose excellence encompasses only the job, without commitment to the people thaj serve, • <• will end up with a middle-sized society, directed by middle si/ed brains, planning a middle .sized Jewish program, Jewlshly sterile and static I know the answers I will gat if I ever do venture the challenge. They will be reasonable and logical The response of the trained intellectual to emotional questions is made more in pity than anger. NEW YEAR GREETINGS Biscayne Chemical Industries Inc. |DUSTIAI CHEMICALS • LAUNDRY • ORY CLEANING *nd> JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS +. SitVIMO DAOE COUNTY • BUOWAKO • MOtrtOC Ill r MARTIN • SAWT-LUCM • PALM BIACH • INDIAN RIVrt N.E. 11th ST., Miami 32, Fla. FR. 7-1421 Greetings to the Entire Jewish Commuiv DIANA SHOPS DOWNTOWN MIAMI 3 East Flagler Street FR 1-3405 MRS. DELIA S. DELANCY Wishes Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR IE GOOD WISHES TO ALL GREETINGS UNDERWRITERS JRANCE AGENCY D. HOLLANDER N.E. 125th Street North Miami Ph. 731-8586 PY NEW YEAR TO ALL LARRY'S "on** Woar ,Arthur Godfrey Rd. JE 8 5456 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SOIH. MNC. 43 N.W. 21st STREET FR 4-5131 JOSEPH COSENTINO, Pres. •MfTJNCS TO AIL fa*. DESK EXCHANGE Ph.*. NC 44S24 Mew mi V%o4 Otlkt nuMn 1742 N.W. SHi STtlH Wishinq All A Prosperous NEW YEAR KERN AWW1N C CO. 3520 N.W. 50h STREET Miami Ph. 635-2065 Best Wishes for A Prosperous NEW YEAR NATURAL CttEATWNS 6618 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Ph. 861-1012 GREETINGS Weaver RexaU Drug Stores 59* NW 62nd St. 5901 NE 2nd Ave. 599 NW 62nd St. ?701 Coral Way 5901 NE 2nd Ava. 5725 Bird Read PL 71202 PL 4-3414 PL 71202 HI 67621 PL 4-3414 MO 1-6691 TO AIL GREETINGS NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES MAIN OFFICE 151 SW 27th AVE. Branches: Hunting?3n Medical Bldg. Ph. 444-1601 Fort Lauderdale VAN'S EQUIPMENT & RENTALS WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR Distributors for COOPER CLIPPER POWER MOWERS Sales — Rentals — Repairs TOOLS & MACHINERY RENTED 1830 N.W. 20th Street Ph. NE 5-8712 New Year Greetings to All Fi:\1 E AT A SAYMXG! All ALUMINUM "GOLDEN LINK" AlUMINIZED CHAIN LINK FHA FINANCED NO MONEY DOWN PHONE TU 5-1446 FORT IAUD£0AU )A 3-132* -•: C0L0R-WEVE STRIPS IN COLORS primev without upkeep GALVANIZEO CHAIN LINK REEO PATIO SCREEN SAF-T-LINK 1" MESH CHAIN LINK PIASTC COVERED CHAIN LINK n:\ri: MASTERS. IXC. "Th* Ctmpony to coll is the one that has them all .'" 7101 N.W. 69th AVE. P.O. Bex 35-666 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Tony's Service Center if Expert Geocra\ Automotive Repairs if 1101 W. FtAGUR ST. Ph. 226-5833 7070 W. FIAGIER ST. FR 1-3365 T. S. GREETI N G S BULTD OPTICIANS 10 S.E. 2nd Avenue — Miami — Phone FR 9-1451 262 Andalusia — Coral Gables — Phone HI 6-0291 NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM JACK BILL |3rd STREET CYCLE CENTER formerly located on Arthur Godfrey M. for 11 Tears SCHWINN & ENGLISH BIKES Mechanical Repairs on All Types of Bikes 1064 N.E. 163rd ST. (Opp. House of Pancakes) Ph. 945-4541 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc. Commercial-lndustrial-Air Conditioning-Wiring ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS 8508 S.W. 129th Ter. ( Perrine CE 5-3616 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL EXPAXDO TRAILER SALES USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED 135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084 Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Clients VOGUE BEAUTY SCHOOLS 2013 N.E. 163rd Street Ph. 945-9011 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL IDEAL AUTO INSURANCE CO. JIM LEVENSON SAM SHUPACK 1457 N.W. 36th STREET MIAMI, MA.



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Page 6-G 9>JenisJhfkrk/iar Friday. September 24. 1955 A Happy and Prosperous New Year TEMPLE MENORAH 620 • 75th Street Miami Beach, Florida Sisterhood Young Marrieds Men's Club P.T.A. U.S.Y THE FLORIDA COMMITTEE OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY is pleased to extend New Year's greetings and best wishes to its members and supporters, to the University's alumni and to the Greater Miami Community. The committee takes this opportunity to express its gratitude to the many individuals who have participated in mckinq possible Yeshiva University s .:creasinq service to tha* Jewish community and the nation. As the University expands :ts broad-ranging programs of education and research in response to urgent national needs, we extend a coidial invitcuioa to all its friends to share meaningfully in advancing an historic contribution to higher education under Jewish auspices. YESHIVA UNIVERSITY Or. Samuel Belkin, President Max J. Etra Max Stem Chairman, Board of Trustees Vice-Chairman, Board of Trustees FLORIDA COMMITTEE LEO ROBINSON, Chairman R. Wiliams Apte — Jack A. Cantor, Co-Chairmen MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN AND FAMILY WISH THEIR RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND ALL FARBAND MEMBERS A V£RY HAPPY NEW YEAR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Members and Friends THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB MAX GARSHAG, President A Most Happy New Year to the Entire Jewish Community TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER and SISTERHOOD MARSHALL H COMIS, Pres. ANNETTE EISENBERG, Pres. BIALIK BRANCH 290 FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORDER Wish All Members and friends a Happy and Pratmtrovs Nam Tear MORRIS HONIGBAUM, President MRS. [TTA UNTERMAH. Secretary GERALD and FELICE P. SCHWARTZ L'Shona Tovs Tikesevu The American Jewish Committee By MRS. CHARLES FINKELSTEIN. President Greater Miami Chapter American Jewish Committee T HE theme of the American Jewish Commitrecent 58th national annual meeting in V York. The American Jewish Committee in the Communitr." % %  t'* ,h <*—** M,ami ter a recognition of the M^nituance of thhn SlajvaoR, executive M ; AJCommittec. in an addrtai at tha annual DM I nig in New York, cxpreoseii the oaed (oc our creased coocern and activity in the bread aa of human relations problem. In our pluralistic society. Jewish oraaouations like the AJC must cherish our traditions and retain our identity. Yet we. as a Jewish organization, mu?t addn•-ourselves not alone to the needs of the Jewish community, but to those of the total American community as well .'* Mean* Toward Goal Traditionally. AJCommittee and it* chapivo have served a* a catalyst to brinj; dialogue where there has been no communication. to serve tiara sovrce to individual* and organizations who were actively involved in a pr y iect. to pur>ue toe vanous means of educating a community to a philo*"phy compatible with our own ". toward man's MRS. CHARLES FINKELSTEIN ". ere thej 1)0 ti 1 arp to pi it S u. • %  -•• onstbilit) — niraUon — of seeking 1 dum nply helping sodet) adju>i change, th.Greater Miami chapter durii ptM %  < %  •' %  '•'' committed itself to a prQgra community activity on a broad ba>e. emp* the knowledge, techniques and skilLs devt by our kgeaey through the years. A.d to Neroe "Hie vast arena of civil rights and poverty continueto be pr i or ity programming in our ter. The passage of the Civil Rights Act of I the recent IrgHitiaB on vuuog ntht-s. on bo on elementary and secondary education, aix: the I"terty Program in its entirety have reach.to ROeVt the pruWemx of the Negro But the %  gram of legal ami financial assistance i!! little vakie in bringing the MegTO into his \ arious programs May the Ne.v Year be a bountiful one and bring a foil measure of happiness to our members and the entire Jewish Community. TEMPLE NER TAMID SISTERHOOD MRS EUGENE SCHWARZ. Pr. To the Officers, Beard of Directors, one all members el MIZRACHI WOMEN We wish la eilend keif wishes far a 6000 riAK in 5726 to all of ut here and to all the Jewish people everywhere ia the world. MRS. LOUIS T0KAVER, Pres. RACHEL SAK0WITZ, Hon. Past Pres. "D0V" Chapter MIZRACHI WOMEN A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS MRS. BESSIE K. GAYN0R and CANTOR RUDOLPH E. BRILL The Religious Zionists of America MIZRACHI HAPOEL H'MIZRACHI Wishes to Members end their Families and to all of the Jewish Community of Greater Miami A HAPPY. HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SOL RASHIN Director of Miami Region •zrzr -i'z -:•:A Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Customers Zcv & IIVI'ii Mahler 1634 EUCLID AVE. JE 2-3820 SPECIALIZING IN EXPERT MEN'S & WOMEN'S TAILORING We are Strict Oa>ter*e/ of the Samawtk t All jt.ii* Halidfs Ma the travails at lest rear aavrisk wisdom for this yaar's dreams and aspirations. MORRIS A. Kirn*, Rabhi TEMPLE JUDEA OF CORAL GABLES A LIBERAL REFORM CONGREGATION NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS from tha OFFICERS and MEMBERS OF THE FEDERATION OF JEWISH WOMEN MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN, President Dedicated lo the Service ol Our Community The Southeastern Florida Region Women's American ORT IXTENOS MEETINGS EOff A ATLANTIC SHORiS CHAPTER BAY CHARTER BISCAYNE CHARTER CATALINA CHARTER CORAL CABLES CHARTER GREATER MIAMI CHARTER REYNOLDS RARK CHARTER omrsraf AM CHAPTER HOUYWOOO CHAPTft MM. HOMMCf PIACIPOI AND JOYOUS NEW YfA TO All ISLANDER CHARTER MIAMI BEACH AFTERNOON CHARTER MIAMI BUSINESS 1 PROCESSIONAL CHARIER NORTH DADE CHAPTER NORTH MIAMI CHAPTER OCEAN HARBOR CHAPTER SOUTH MIAMI CHAPTER SOUTHWEST CHAPTER TREASURE ISLE CHAPTfR "UPPlfMAN, Rteie. Preiideot



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Page lf>D NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALE... -GuiFSTREAM HALLANDALE, FLORIDA HOME OF THE FLORIDA DERBY James Donn, Jr., President BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Representative and Mrs. Robert L Shevin TO ALL GREETINGS BONDED PACKERS. Inc. • WHOLESALE • MEAT and POULTRY attSai.W. 49th STREET Dial 633-2441 SEASON S GREETINGS ARCHITECTURAL CLASS PRODUCTS INCORPORATiD yMMUMVM WM f i T FR 343U Cable Address—Cerelflas HAPPY NEW YEAR — Compliments of CHAPLIN FLORIST 6600 Bistayne Blvd. Miami Ph. 758-3601 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL #I A *# I STM'MO SHOP ABTOTS suppLiis CUTS turn AIT t XtKMMK BOOKS • flNl PICTUM FMM'NC 2360 W. FLAGLER STREET HI 64)721 HOtlDAY GREETINGS IM HAIII \ 1:1AHMM,.CO. 541 WEST AVE, MIAMI BEACH Ph. 534-4674 or 534-4675 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CORAL GABLES ROYAL TOURS INC. ir A COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE 78 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES Ph. 444-2585 HOLIDAY GREETINGS AM liKTTKlt SERVICE 1 ** ^JO Wind AVENUE FR 84041 i-Jmtrinvridton Friday. Sep^-ja,. Jewish Settlers in Virgin Islands Continued from Page 50 traded a largo number of Sophardic-Jei>h traders pered by supplying the hard pressed A"aru-n revolutionary forces with mihtar, ****** supplv of arms to the COtonie. a %****£T oi friction bt.cen England and Holland h. %  urtlOO in the eyes of Britain bcame mtole.-ble ta December. 1780. Britain declared war agl n>t the Dutch and deployed a fleet under Admiral Rodney to wipe out the St. Eustathis Lrading settlement. In February 1781 Rodney struck, captured the island and destroyed the business center. D^rtWng the island as a "nest of vipers deeervini! a MOM* bag in a letter to a fellow Naval offlcef Kodnev claimed that had it not been for the BL Ku.sU.sies traders theAmerican rebellion could not have subsisted. Fearful of their future at the hands of the enraged British, the Jewish merchants took their families and whatever they could salvage from their fortunes and fled to nearby St Thomas. A major source of information about the early 19th Century Jewish settlement on St Thomas hi a history of the Danish West Indies written by John P. Knox. pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church of St. Thomas, published in 1852. Knox reported that after the sacking of Ft. Kustatius by Rodney most of the Jews there came to St. Thomas and held private prayer meetings until 1796 when a congregation was formed and a synagogue called "Blessing and Peace.'* was built. In the two years from 1801 to 1803 the Jewish population of St. Thomas increased from nine families to 22 families, due to arrivals from Fngland. Curacao and other places. In 1804 the synagogue was destroyed by fire. A small building served as a house of worship until 1823 when a larger synagogue was erected to meet the growing needs of the community. .Again in 1831 fireTaied the Jews spiritual center and. determined as-ever, the Jews of St. Thomas built the present synagogue in 1833. First-Reference te Rabbi The first reference to a rabbi is conUined in an account of a dispute which occurred in 1844 over ritual procedure. 'Mr. Paiewonsky tflls us that "A %  J % ~ *' : -3ajl _> For use in pie paring blind jev..sh yo for their Bar Mitsvah oeramon.es. the ish Braille Institute of America publish Maftirs in Hebrew and English uaiU< ing the outgoing Hebrew Year. Pracc with one of them is Jettiey Bennett. Bronx. N.Y.. and cooking on cue Mr. than H. Wadler (center). president c A Women's Branch oi the Union of Ortsjod Jewish Congregations of Amer.cc, and til Isidor Free dm a u (right), chcurr.cn oi a| National Braille Gomtnittee. segment of the -OorrRregarion lerJ by Judth Si and Maihed Mara refused to attend syi aervices one Sabbath. Immediatelv after 0B%< of the Sefer Torah to taw Ueehai. they i*arjrt U Rabbi Carillon proceeded with the wren* and the Musaph was completely omitted. \4 mittee oi congregation notables *ai fo We Are The Wall Covering Leader in the South I f.tiAAS VORTEX WAIUGO IMPERIAL "WALLTEX" "IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL GLENDURA" 7121 N.W. 8th AVI. PI 8-8781 GREETINGS TO ALL BEUE'S IEAUTY SALON "taaa tatf at BaMa's" -4887 I. srt. AVINVt OX 14744 Mt Ceae'friaaae' HOLIDAY GREETINGS Your FIGURE Problem Is NO PROBLEM to the CORSET SHOP 1755.SW 8th STREET Miami, Florida FR 9-9837 THE FAMI FAMILY EXTENDS NEW YJ:AR £R£ETINSS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY HOLIDAY GREETINGS J. POLOVIN AUT rm:ss OPFSfT 8 LETTERPRESS 228-30 W. Flaoler Street Miami FR 9-5985 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS DADE REMOVAL SERVICE Serving the Mortuary Profession 2502 N.W. 103rd STREET Ph. 696-1452 TO ALL GREETINGS BAC CONSTRUCTION, INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS 744 NW 72nd AVE. CA 6-1222 SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS John Aiello Victor 1 Bu$C< NEW YEAR GREETINGS YINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS 836 W. 18th Street Ph. .887-9496 Hialeah, Fit. A



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Friday. £l h.s religion. I neerned lf-t these things happen to |V Jei bave taith that they will not happen. I havt that fait* became I believe that, given l iR( igbl and undeistanding, the Jew will not be llray hi! heritage T f, t ., .. one aspect of the racial crisis which. I, ,,.,.„ • to me, ma) become the touchstone ot lihe Jewish reapoaae to the Negro struggle for Ifull equally and dignity. .*-•.*-SchooJ Integration Tht is n,> Jewish hostility to the upward movemeol of the Negro toward full participation n (he economic benefits of American society. In a et n accounted for by our position in the conon -tructure, J> a result of which the Nero is nol a compeitOC for jobs. There is, howv .. even mire fundamental reason for the osenci h We .lews believe that there roi n America to provide a full economic ife iv • .eryone Indeed, we welcome the Ne ro's i crgence into fuller participation in our conon ife. Just JS we urge that our country's imrt* 'pen ti personi Ol other lands who seek > end enjoj J Setter life, although relatively eu .ii. %  >-.ii seek entry. \\:. have -J.i >f employment is, I believe. rssentll true -)f housing. I should doubt that I Loncerned b> the movement of Negroes |nln lh< neighborhood because they are Neuroi> are ( incerned Ies1 the onward of Negroes bung persons of a lower kconoi nd social Status and threaten the spread [>• venture to lay, however, that the reId be n > lifferent if those who were • the neighborhood were white persons t tlu -.i i economic, social and educational level v ire i>:ii" area of integration in which rep concern and great apprehension on -—the current turmoil over efforts to end racial imbalance in the public schoolHere again, I am confident the problem inot on.' of color No matter how much we .lews have been affected and influenced by the attitudes of our conn trytnen, we remain relatively immunized to racial prejudice This is true because, unlike some others, we cherish our history of oppression and teach it to our children. We make it a part of our moat sacred holidays. We humbly remind ourselves and teach our children that we were once slaves unto I'haroah. We believe in the good things for all men regardless of their race, their color or their creed. We recognize that education is the veritable 'open sesame" to the modern world. Falling into tnc Trap But because we are human, we are unwilling —or at least reluctant—to extend benefits to the children of others if we think it will be at the expense of our own. We have, I believe, fallen Into the trap—together with the rest of the white community— of believing that public school integration in the North must necessarily be harmful to our own children This approach on the part of the white community, of which we Jews are a part, seems to me to retlect a misconception of American society—a lack of understanding of the potentialities of American life, a lack of confidence in the possibilities of our country. This attitude, which we too often share with the rest of the white community, rests upon a basic fallacy. It is comparable to the gross error Of the Marxists who regarded class war as inevitable because they thought there was just so much wealth and income to go around. They reasoned. therefore, that progress could be achieved only by class war in which the proletariat, the dispossessed, would take over the instruments of production The Western world has shown that in an advanced economic society there is an alternative which provides both the blessings of plenty and the blessings of freedom and human dignity Today, particular's in education, the white nunity has fallen into the same conceptual error as far as public school integration is conContinued on Page 12-E ippy H • tya to All Our Patrons and Friends ELLIOTT E. STALLINS STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY "THfi \H SERVICE TO YOU V. 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Friday. September 24. 1965 • L~ui Firs, Hi *r Page 5-1 -^thousand, meeting halls, club and group meet jng rooms, the largest swimming pool in the State ,f Florida, two four-wall handball courts, six tenn i< courts, four one-wall handball-paddle courts, imond, basketball court, special con for day camp and nursery school Development Fund •.nnutmement of the New Horizons DeFund Campaign recently inaugurated ed nearly $200,000 in commitment-, with -:> million for neees-.tr> YMHA facilities I ounty The Development Fund will raise for ;i new YMHA located in the narth end County, where the "Y" presently owns .1 site near the Golden Glades Interchange. ther new YMHA in the Miami Beach area. paymnl for the present new facilities %  SW 8th St. \~ ., result of bbes-e farHMies. mot* than lflo.w* ;'..•: community service, for individual and hicvement. Such a program will serve as points for unity of all groups and individuals Jewish community. (*e three facilities have resulted from many years of discussion and extensive study by the YMHA and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Ah<>iit two years ago. a joint study, under the chair-'lip of Harold Thurman resulted in recom ng the need for fchre facilities. The YMHA is a social agency providing a va • • of group srvices for both large and small proups for all age levels from those of 3 years of age m the Early Childhood Development and Cultural Arts Enrichment program; to the teen-agers finding their place in society as they mature; to ;hparent who needs recreation and stimulation in • nging group activities; to the senior citizen who participates in self-governing activities which •.. his latter years truly golden ones. Jewih Cultural Expression The YMHA serves as a common meeting L round in order to unite and bring together all i roups and forces in the Jewish community At the resent time, the program, in addition to serving • ousands of individuals in the community, also provides meeting space and a home for ten prom nent Jewish organizations in the community, and rogram consultation to many organization* here. The YMHA provides an opportunity for Jewish PAUL FASKE cultural expression so that not only the value system which Jews have maintained throughout the years, but also new expressions of culture will be offered in a setting in which people desire to come to meet this important need. Thus, we have instituted at the YMHA Oneg Shabbats. theater workshops for all age levels, art displays depicting meaningful Jewish experience portrayed byJewish artists. The YMHA serves as a link between the general and Jewish communities so that the fine relationships that extst today will have ample opportunity, through groups and especially through young people, to continue to grow and nourish. The YMHA provides opportunities for leader ship training. Each of the groups, from nurseryschool literally to senior citizens, and especially among the teen-agers, provides opportunities to lead, opportunities to question, opportunities to make mistakes, all in a setting which people, and especially young people, want to go. Democratic Experience The YMHA provides, through its various activities, opportunities for democratic experiences which are meaningful to people in accordance with their age level and ability to understand and Continued on Pge 14-1 Renewal of Faith "And Peace Be Both Unto Thee, And Peace Be Into Thy Home, And Peace Be Into All That Thou Ha$t* 1 Samuel 25:6 Mlfchell Wolfsor. Chairman <>/ the HIHIHI Milton Walest I r, tldenl SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN OFFICE Lincoln Road Mill at Washlnfttn Avcnui BRANCH OFFICES Jl 1-5511 755 Wishinften ht., Miami Beach JE 8-5511 301 71st Street. Miami Beach JIB 5 511 260 Sunny Isles Boulevard, Miami Wl 7-1415 18330 H.W. 7th Avenue. Miami HA 1-3601 lZ ewer of Thrift Mill BEST WISHES AND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR ... BANK OP MIAMI BEACH 93? WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH, FLORID* MEMBER FEDERAL PEPOS" INSURANCE CORPORATION To All Happy Holidays SCIENTIFIC WOOD PRODUCTS MANUFACTURER OF STEREO CABINETS 1940 N.W. MIAMI COURT Ph. 371-3307 • • (irectings to Ait • ALBERT PICK HOTELLA You Will Enjoy Your Stay Here BAY HARBOR ISLAND 9601 E. BAY HARBOR DRIVE UN 6-7328 TO ALL HAFFY HOLIDAYS South Miami Generator Shop GENERAL REPAIRS & SAIES S DWOSKIN, Cwner 6102 SO DIXIE HWY. Ph. 666-4411 MR. AND MRS MAX GOFMAN AND FAMILY cl the SAN JUAN HOTEL WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR 1680 Collins Avenue Miami Beach L'Shona Tova Tikasavu MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MILTON and children Jamie Beth and Robert Adley Wish Ic express best wishes lor a Most Happy New Year tc their many friends in Greater Miami, and c the entire Jewish Community HOLIDAY GREETINGS LUCILLE R. BRUNNER REALTOR 16348 W. Dixie Hwy. Wl 7-2567 BEST WISHES TO ALL KICK MORRIS Iuti: ro. 'FIRESTONE STORE' -Outstanding in Qualiiy WHOLESALE & RETAIL 3601 BIRD ROAD Phone HI 4-8328 EEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON MARGIE SLETTA ANTIQUES 3800 N.E. 2nd AVE. Miami Ph. 758 4578



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Friday. September 24, 1965 —Jewlsti Hcrktkui Page 7-C l^uon of the human relations aspects in all these ,n Society unless there is a recognition and an inChapter Civil Rif*ts coordinators. Mrs. Leon.ni SUverman and Mrs. Jack Crown, have worked £Lto with Mrs. Robert I. Shapiro. Education cSttee chairman; Jerome Greene. Housing Committee chairman; and Aaron %  r, hm„U,vmcnt Committee chairman, projecting activi,,,.; whioh will reach out into the Negro communItv to develop an awareness of the varied pro, Ta nw available to them: to assist them in availn, themselves of the integrated schools which are ~ r „, their children, the special educational projects. "'<• vocational training and manpower .leveiopnunt proKrams which can lead to more IIU Niiun*ful employment, the housing which is avaitaMe outside the ghetto, etc. The scope is fcroad and varied, and the opportunities are limited only by the extent of the mvolvcment of our membership. Large numbers of Committee members will need to commit themlehes u> this activity h* it is to be meaningful, and it is our goal to make it so. As a member of the Ad Hoc Committee on Community Relations the Chapter, together with other local agencies, has extended its continual;: -.-upport and assistance to:the Metro Community Relations.Uoanl. A corps of volunteers enlisted by the chapter will work in Dade County schools as part of the Economic Opportunity Program activities which ,,re Ofini: carried on in 44 schools targeted as those with >pecial need* of the culturally disadvantaged. Extremist Movements In yet another of the areas of conflict, that of extremist movement*, the Greater Miami Chapter continues to play a significant role in the com%  nuntty. Kccently Milton KHerin. natmmil director m the Trend Analyst-Division, visited Miami and worfci-d tinweral da>s with various groups, Ineluding a committee of citiwns which is organizi i< < .ii etiurt toward educating the public •'i the dangers and tactics of extrcmismi. a get! membenNp m eet i ng, and a chapter Committee on Extremism. ,ir also acklrevsed the tWoualil lonnly I n wood, whore there tontiaues to u.' a con Irive i'ii l'ie part .'I toe nnht wing ele ,o well as the Ku Klux Klan. The ltv.il clia|>ter has been noted hy the national organization as one of the most effective and cooperative groups in transmitting information which is of value in Jevolopinj; and analyzing the political trends around the county This area of programming is marked for increased activity during the coming months both in the chapter and as part of the community effort. Jewish Identity At the recent chapter annual meeting. Manheim Shapiro, national director of Jewish Communal Affairs, explored the problem of Jewish identity which has been set by the chapter as another of the program emphases in the coming year. Alfred Boas, vice president of the chapter and chairman of Discussion Groups, has set the broad topic of Jewish identity as the theme for a series of winter meetings. Shapiro also addressed a luncheon meeting in Pakn beach and a meeting in Hollywood which was co-sponsored by the Broward County Board of Rabbis. In December. 1864, the chapter was host to the National Executive Board meeting, which was held in Miami Beach. Prior to the Executive Board gathering, a one-day Florida Regional Conference was attended by members from the state and the chapter who explored the possibilities of extending .vWOommittoc activities •throughout Florida. Since that time, several meetings have been held in Palm Beach where a County Unit is in formation. The Broward County Unit, in addition to those meetings mentioned before, has had the first of a scries of discussion group meetings which will be continued during coming months with Paul Klein as chairman of the series. Chairman of the Broward unit is Rabbi Sammuel Z. Jaffe. and vice chairman is Mrs. Philip Weinstein. Jr. Membership Development Campaign launched one year ago with David B. Fleeman as its chairman, added over 200 new units to the chapter. The campaign will continue durum MM coming year, .is will special orientation programs for new members As part of the orientation program, the Literature Communications Committee, whose chairman is Mrs. M. A Sumberg, distributes AJG publications covering various aspects ol its programming to new members. Other projects of this (i mmittee include special mailings t>> schools, uni Continued on Page 15-G Rabbi Zevi I. Greenwald, Cantor Saul H. Breeh, the President and Officers of BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 1545 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach EXPRESS THEIR BEST WISHES TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FELIZ ANO NUEVO to All Our Members and the Jewish Community CUBAN DAVID BLISS BRANCH FARBAND L.Z.O. LSHONA TOVA TIKESEVU Sky Lake Synagogue UNIFIED HALL 2300 N.E. 171st St. JONAH E. CAPLAN Rabbi LEWIS GOODMAN Cantor SAM GALFOND President ABRAHAM FISCH Treasurer SANDER WOtSON Secretary A Very Happy New Year to All CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL (Formerly Dade Hti 9 hts Jewish Congregation) 1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami RABBI HAROLD RICHTER CANTOR JACK LERNER Administrator: Mrs. Henneh Salm Congregation President: Harry Hausman Sisterhood President: Mrs. Harry Hausman The Miami Beach Forum Wishes its Members and Participants a HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. Morris Schor Founder and Director We Extend Sincere Beat Wishes to All Our Relatives and Friends Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner and Daughter Ava Lee The ffobbi, President Julius Sopero, Cantor, Officers and Directors of BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE Wish Hs nlombers, Worshipper* and Supporters, o Hnnay, Hialthy and ftactful New itar Holiday Greetings to All B'NAI B'RITH AZA MIAMI 322 %  %  %  %  %  wa> ANUa utos extends wishes for t joyous


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ridaySeptember 24. 1965 • Jfnist! JhrHtMl Paqe 3-T critically through interviewing, psycho l ",'"' l l counseling and testing, in order to formu[,e voe li> al •""' <* r at Kendall. Last year, staff and arri icted "lilst Career Conference in conjunct ; <" with Temple Judea. Another "first" was L |r [.,, live director who was a resource consult _. weekend retreat for the confirmation lus remple Judea. Tiie : (ncy submitted a formal application to l, 0 pji la Development Commission for the contructki i a comprehensive vocational rehahilita|0n c %  ,, %  to house the overall program offered B j\application is .still pending. IVS Rehabilitation Workshop, uaed as .1 and Bt an evaluation device for the nd employment of handicapped persons, ire people than it has heretofore in an) \.1 matter of information to Ihe our workshop is located in the grounds ish Home for the Aged, it is also of inomtnunity to know thai the building was erected specifically for US by the e for the Aged. The workshop, which function through aub-contracts from in usinesa concerns, is always looking 1I1 contractors >o that a Steady How ol ISUred the handicapped people we serIVS .loh Placement program place


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ommnity Agencies Move to Meet Need By LEONARD ABESS, President Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami A S I reflect over the past year's events at Mount Siii.ii Hospital, many important accomplishmerits come to my mind. New plateaus of progress w been made in our ever constant desire to 3vide our patients with the finest hospital care available. Our three-pronged program of patient teaching and research have been implei, tiled by such measures as raising nurses' salare* to the highest level in the State of Florida; an ever strengthening program of intern, res ident and student nursing education; by the esrhment of new departments within the hos lot research and diagnosis, and by the purchase of the latest and finest technological equip ment Our continued physical growth was also an portant factor in 1964s progress This became a \ with the groundbreaking ceremonies for the it and Bessie Warner Pavilion for Continuing ire and the expansion of the S. Harvey GreenOut Patient Pavilion and Rehabilitation Cen :. i Erection of these new buildings will be a _unt step in the expansion of Mount Sinai Hos pital Generous Contributions With the construction of these new building* and their additional services to patients, we feel that we will al* be building Mount Sinai Hospital's reputation as the best equipped and best staffed • •li.al center in the Southern United States How does a hospital arrive at such a reputa'on' It goes without saying that it takes the ti'"en us contributions of many people — friends such the Warners ami the Greenspans and Heatters nd the other citizens in our community It take* the continued encouragement ami stimulation provided by the members of our Founders Club ith its impressive membership of ninety-five It takes, too, another kind of generous contri but ion — that of the giving of time and service, for which we are indebted to our many volunteers men, women and teen-agers, It takes the conceiled effort of our excellent executive director. Samuel Gertner. who in addition to his accomplishmeata at Mount Sinai Hospital, received the high honor of being elected president of the Florida Hspital Association this past year. It takes the devotion of the outstanding staff who work with him. ~


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LESTER GERSHEN and DAVID LEVINE 1261-20th ST., Miami Beach JE 2-244B New Year Greetings to the Entire Jewish Community Compliments of ATOMIC LIGHTING INC. 6780 S.W. 81st TER. MO 7-8833 J Happy New Year to Our Many Friends BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO. Sales and Service — All Makes SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS A SERVICE 12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. PL 1-2889 Central Importance of the Cantor w By JACOB L. CHERNOFSKY IHILE the importance of the rabbi is generally T felt throughout the year, the chazan. or cantor, can be said to assume his most important role during the High Holy Days. Many of the smaller congregations, whether they regularly employ a rabbi or not frequently will engage a chazan just for Rosh Haahona and Yom Kippur when the synagogues are crowded to capacity. A title and office which goes back to antiquity in the annals of Jewish history, the chazan was the most permanent synagogue office which, in the early post-Biblical period, served a variety of functions but which underwent relatively few changes after the early Midle Ages. Today's cantor is usually considered to be a highly skilled vocalist serving to enhance and beautify the services with renditions of melodies which, though intended for prayer and supplication, are also entertaining for the congregants. Much of the popular folklore surrounding the institution of the ohazan. however, including com plaints of vanity, mispronunciation and tendency to prolong the services, goes back many centuries in the history of chazanut. Duties of Chasan The earliest references in the Talmud to the office of the chazan involved a wide variety of functions, most of them far from different from the cantor of today. In Talmudic times, the chazan served as the overseer of a city, of a court of justice, of the Temple and later of the synagogue. His duties included the removal of the Torah scrolls from the ark, the announcement of the approach of the Sabbath by trumpet blasts, teaching of young children, before he eventually confined himself to the reading of scriptures and recitation of prayers. The variation in the duties of the chazan developed mainly from the needs of the Jewish congregation down through the ages in various parts of the world. These changes reflected the decline of individual participation in synagogue rites when the worshipers became increasingly dependent on the chazan. This was followed by an increase in individual participation with the prolifcratl on of printed prayerbooks and the renaissance of Icwish scholarship. The duties of the office also varied with the size^f the congregation In the huge synagogue n Mexandria at the beginning of the Common Era. e^"congregation, unable to folio.the re.Ration of the prayers, had to be Signaled by the cha Z "station*! at an elevated point to respond Amer. n ,he smaller congregations at various V**** Ltorv the duties of the preacher, judge, schooler and chazan were discharged by the same person. The chazans duties as a reader of scriptures and pravers came into general use in the Gaonic period of the early Middle Ages These duties grew indispensible as Jewish learning %  *'*"£ S5ty With Hebrew diminished and as standardued'pravers were amplified by piutirn (liturgical compositions) and chanting. He still often acted as .ecretarv of the congregation and blew the shofar on the High Holy Days, but the chanting of prayer was his main function. Chans* Resisted Each change in the prayer ritual such as the introduction of the piyutim was strongly resisted at first but the congregations yielded to popular _need In the medieval hierarchy the chazan did not rank high. He was classified below scholars and scribes and just above the "Amei Haarett," (People of the land) Nevertheless, with their expand big role of representing the people in supplication before God and as composers of liturgical selec tions. they were sometimes given exalted places in the community. In view of the chazans role as "Sheliach Tzibbur," ar "Messenger of the People." the rabbis attached considerable importance to the qualifications of a candidate for the office. They required that the piety of all candidates be considered along with vocal skills. Other qualifications included a knowledge of Biblical and liturgical literature, and that the candidate have a plea.sing appearance. be married and wear a flowing beard. 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September 24. 1965 -knistrkiidHftn Page HI ,rida Anti Defamation League Continued from Page 8 1 lattention of the Attorney G <• n era 1 of the States, who is presently Investigating our int. The hotel, through its counsel, has in[ in OUT organization its willingness to evi|in writing the determination no longer to dis late, and to assure us that the discriminatory tes are a thing of the past. jiring the past year, Sam I Silver, an Anti kiln in League trustee, and then president Ol lade County Bar Association, refused an invi to attend a distinguished guests' dinner bred by the national president of the Amen fear Association during thai organization's anconvention in Miami Beach. The dinner upheld at the Bath Club, a private membership [which practices discrimination. Our National fimination Committee mobilized our resources i mented a campaign on a national level members who belong to the American Association. We flooded the national president ti sts against the holding of functions ol ican Bar Association at drscrtmini and the event was canceled out ol I ub. Anti-Semitism anj Florida communities, we found ol anti-Semitism being raised by hate (HipBj utilizing appropriate contacts in these | inities, and bj use of the press, radio and lowsion in communit) after community, counter \ ias taken against persons notorious for their 1 nitic ranting. The "Dolls for Democracy program was particularl) noteworthy in Dade County last year, with more than ten thousand young people having participated Approximately ten-thousand ADL memodate book: were distributed throughout elemental*) schools, colleges and high schools, calling attention to the holidays oi the major faiths and containbibliography ol instructive human relations liter. %  lure so helpful to our teaching personnel. We ere pleased to award to Congressman Claude Pepper and the SI Petersbur) Times the annual Leonard I. AI u • Award for Human Relations The positive program ol the St. Petersburg limes and the lifelong devotion of Congressman Pepper to human and civil rights merited this outstanding State Award Thanks to Staff I want especially, to thank the professional -tail ,t the Anti Defamation League for its con tnlutior. during the pasl year Our director, I and the associate director, Barnev (iorei %  i outstanding contributions to the %  > vk ol the oi We also greet our new William fi Pii slcj. lormerlj A itii the \DL in C'li a o I vvanl porticularl> to thank the outgi ing chair man. Burnett Roth; our honorarj chairman, Leonard Abess; chairman of Trustees, Paul Seiderman; outgoing chairman of the Execute Ci nmittee, Sam \ Goldstein; and Henry E. Wolff and Charles Goldstein for their efforts in behalf of the league Special thanks must also be given to those volunteers who devoted so many hourto the work of the League. Announcing. BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAYS 2 P.M. Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY Blaupunkf FM, AM car radios and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY Bakers of 23 varieties of bread & rolls UIVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts FM-105.1 MC. -160,000 Watts TO ALL OUR WONDERFUL FRIENDS WE WISH A NEW YEAR OF BOUNTIFUL BLESSINGS Thv Morris tA'rnvrs Uarrif ZucBivrman Famous Restaurant 671 Washington Ave. Miami Beach To All Season's Best Wishes PARHAM'S RESTAURANT A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 7301 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM JUNIORS RESTAURANT 30th & Collins Avenue %  183rd St. & Collins Ave. Miami Beach Miami Beach 79th St. & Biscayne Blvd. 1150 South Dixie Highway Miami Coral Gables HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL The Round Table w. uu*ui The Hasta **•" The Bahama Steak House num Carole's Restaurant MUI** • THE FINEST IN DINING Holiday Greetings to All from Phone 444-2755 2900 Ponce de Leon GREETINGS TO ALL GIOVANNI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE Luncheons & Dinners-Open Daily 11 30 A.M. till 1:00 A.M. 1005 N.W. 79th STREET Air Conditioned Ph. 759-9443 Wishing the Entire Jewish Community a Most Happy Holiday Mr. Santiago Welcomes You to the New KOKtEKTO'S KKSTAI'Ml AXT 1118 SO. DIXIE HWY. Ph 665-5942 (Opposite University of Miami) HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL from JAMES PAUL I*. GOLDEN FOUNTAIN RESTAURANT 2235 West Flagler Street NE 4-8182



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?"• 4-3 +Jei*tfkrrtfrr Friday. S*t".ember .: Ooc/a//f for lygngnes •ti>ere are t*>o. hotfa Sepear*c • • • Mr aad Xn Joseph AIM erf 3C Afiuon Ed. no* in Baltimore where they "J1 be fete* Oet 2 oc their 5*ck wedd*eg anniversary Duer party at the saraci S-ibsrbii dab heing pu.--r.2 for hu parent* by Irving Aivtr n-d fits wile Other naescn a* the clan gathero* lor the Goide AnBrersarv ceiehratMB are Hsac Beaeh.tes Mr and \fc- J e r r ; ftescjek. firing ^P wna ieverai ineod*. grandE> L CFsabel K^f rove <&-*= R:cisart Alter, m wia g % %  %  MOT ** %  • **" I o %  Ma.-laiyi V Barbara A." ?.r:cic 4 *> sou Barry Resndt. Miami Beach Ht* *' ****? Aittr Part school erf Marj land Tbe aappy evcfll will bring together family and friends treat all over the cooBtry man; who have not seen oa* irwtnrr for naay a year — truly, an affair to be loog remembered. • • • Genera! exodas from the Miami Beach h*m* of the Eari Pertnoys that weekend Ir+iZtAi* Sunshine Chapter To Open Season Scnsha* Chapter B'aai B1 ~+r. wy. V*: • %  >. : %  -. eaaeada • %  I %  i %  I %  %  I I Sprigs Villas AddtHon The ae- Mb-fltea hertel addition 'j, M;ami Spring* V-.iias 'later tneted about Jan 15. %  •ill am I T'/p of tne Villas erve


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Friday. September 24, 1965 +Je*lst nhrHitr Page 3-G [being the haunting memories of middle Europe'! (Ugth camps and the rising spe.-tre of renew.I Jrror U, the Middle East and Africa. Oharitahle aid from the Jewish community of ^niprica was important, but far short of the yOOBf nation's needs and at best but a stop-gap measure Kioncmu' disaster loomed larger than the threat ,,l external enemies. The victory which the young nation and her beleagured people had heroically won on the field of battle seemed about to be crushed by a multitude of economic pressures. Grim Situation Desperately needed were roads, power, pipelines for fuel and water, industrial plants and thousands of new housing units. The situation, as Israel approached the Ro?h Hashona of 1950. was %  rim 1 can well appreciate how grim the situation %  .,.i, IHM.HISC in January. 1949. on the occasion of %  i:i :ii-t u-it to the new-born State of Israel. I -. ol the ysjsjt desolation of the Negev .h %  n te l the beleagured Kit •;!/ Negba and .. much barren mnptinen waiting to be filled !. %  and new "OUm." %  ii n d e r the thai i : .... i Out of this co ..i! Judaic cone. i i, ih.it the highest foi m ol < haritj %  in such a waj thai he longer need charity. This w. h Jews of AmerL i th< r landi would lend funds to the GovernI rat l for Irie development oi Israel's econmonies wento be repaid in full and accrued interest, [termath of this conference is now hisWith the aid of Israel Bond loans, Israel ved .' niiracla of industrial development ed only by the miracle <>t its militarj victory iver its Arab Bltaekcjis. in these fifteen years, Israel has be-comc a living example of self help. human dignity and devotion to freedom. Miami's Role In their fifteen year history, Israel Bonds have been the chief factor in changing the image of IsraH from one of need to one of creativity, from a country overwhelmed by massive Immigration and tronomic hardship to a land echoing and reHADASSAH Extends to the ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY lest Wishes for o Happy, Healthy and Prosperous Hew Year THE MIAMI CHAPTW THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER Mrs. Max Schwarti, President Mrs. Nat Barth, President RABBI LEON KRONISH THE RABBI, CANTOR. OFFICERS, and MEMBERS of The Israelite Center 3175 S.W. 25th Street and All Its Auxiliaries and Committees Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends lor a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year MAX PARNESS President ALBERT ZISMAN Chairman of the Board TEMPLE ISRAEL OP GREATER MIAMI ITS RABBIS, OFFICERS and MEMBERS tittnd to the Jewish floridian and its hosts of readers A VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR LEONARD ROSEN echoing with the sounds of construction and dynamic growth. In this amazing chapter of Israel's rebirth with tne aid of Israel Bonds, our own community of Miami has held a significant role From the very Continued on Page 17-G flrniicli 093 Workmen'* Circle of Miami ll.i<*li extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all Jewry—a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year. ransn raw rrnrt Greater Miami Jewish Federation AND Combined Jewish Appeal Extend the Wish that the Year 5726 Will Bring Peace, Health and Happiness to You and Your Family. Joseph M. Lipton, President Arthur S. Rosichan, Executive Director 4.IU ATltl MIAMI JEWISH IIMHKITIO* IM7 llisvaunv Mnl.. Miami, fin. :t:li:t'2 Phone III :t-OIII Helping to save Jewish lives and build Jewish life around the corner and around the world. BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION Joseph Cohen, President Louis Schwaitzman, Executive Director JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE Max V Cogen, President Leon Fisher, Executive Director MT. SINAI HOSPITAL Leonard Abess, President Samuel Gertner, Executive Director NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN SERVICE TO NEW AMERICANS Mrs. William I. Brenner, President Miss Minnie Feinberg, Executive Secretary YM-YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI Paul Faske, 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 Eisenstem, President



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Friday 3ep.err.ber 24. 1965 +Jenlst ftvrlartor Page 5-H 1,200 people end wa§ dedicated to th<> John F. Kennedy Peace .,. chaired jointly by Oov. Karris Dry. "'. eir Gov Elect Haydon Burns. Recipient a ,. i Kennedy Peace Award Medallion. the h JNF • [III"! d wort -; Jewish National Kuni M < r Abramowitz, chairman of Executive Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman JNF FounAilliam Bornstein. Johan L. Berman and j aC ol I -hman. vice presidents; Sam Sihachno. Fin-rotary; Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, recording Benjamin Appel. treasurer; Abraham Grunhi I comptroller ( „ utive Board are Judge Frederick Barad. 2vi Berger, Judge Morris Berick, Mrs. Eva Blum. Mr. Mrs Nathan Bookspan, Stanley Caidin. Mar shall omis, llyman Eisertbaum. Harry Feldman. Ezra I • tuold. Abraham Fraidlin. Mayshie FriedI A Greenhouse, Max Hecht. Peter F. Miss Lillian Goodman. Sam Kagan, Mrs. Levick. Dr. Meyer B. Marks. Gershon Miller Morris Minov. Mrs. Miriam Press. Paul Kwitney H..rry Rosen. Julius Rosenstein. Barrett M. K.-tlicnrjersj. Irving Schatzman. Louis Sehwartsman. vltzer. Al Sherman. Bernard Silver. Dr. Mk ai -sossin. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z Staldan. oer Committee: Mr. and Mrs. Max Affachuiei Albert Broad. Isaac Donen. Mrs. Robert Miss Esther Goodman. Abraham Gross• rnard Katz. Sam Katz. Sam Kopkind. Mrs. Krantz. Mrs. Louis Lustig. Mrs. Abhaham Masoi Nidore Riffkin. Mrs. Samuel Sack. Mrs. Wolfe F.nklair. Meyer Siegel. Ben Silver. David 51 : Morris Yudewitz. Dr. Baer Zuckerbraun. Thtraditional JNF Tag Day. under the chairmanship "i Mrs Jacob Davis, who. together with i. ; of workers recruited from the Miami Beach and Miami Chapters of Hadassah. the P ion< e r Women's Organization, the Mizrachi Worn* a • Organization and other affiliates, did an .utstanding job for the Jewish National Fund. Mrs Davis has served as Tag Day chairman for the past eleven years with ever increasing success. A JNF-Bureau of Jewish Education Chanuka • nonng the Hebrew Educators <>f Greater Miami >..held in December Some 100 teachers Louis Schuamman. director of the of Jewish Education, together with Her i r, assistant director, and Dr. Nathaniel dvisor. were in charmof arrangements Tu B'Shevat Project Th. -inual JNF Tu BShevat Religious School Project A as dedicated this year to the John F. Kenned} Peace Forest. The children responded b> planting many trees in the Children's Woodoi this memorial forest. Schools which ex celled III last year's Tu B'Shevat effort (5724' were awarded prizes. The coveted Degel Yerusbalayim 1 Flag of Jerusalem i was presented to Temple Beth Sholom Other schools receiving aw aids were Adath Ycsliunm Congregation, Beth David i i ngregation, Beth Torah Congregation, B'nai Raphael Congregation, Temple Kmanu-Kl and Temple Menorah. on Mar. 18. the JNF annual Purlin Soudan took place, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman as guest speaker. He reminded guests that when Me Ami was dedicated three years ago, a pledge had been made with an exchange of Scfer Torahs between nliicial.s of the Government of Israel and the delegation from Greater Miami, in which a promise was given that $5 million would be raised by Greater Miami in cash and bequests to insure the establishment of Miami's sister settlement in Israel. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz made a stirring appeal which met with great success. The JNF Spring Festival Concert held in the Miami Beach Auditorium on Apr. 20, in which television, night club and concert personalities participated, was geared to the spirit of the Passover holiday season. To strengthen j.*.r activities in general and to promote the Covenant imami (Covenant with my People) in particular, the community was honored by a visit from Max Bressler. national president of the JNF of America, who conferred with JNF leadership, giving them the benefit of his counsel and guidance, and explaining that the Covenant Imami is an agreement which an individual can sign, promising to include a bequest to JNF for a minimum of $1,000 in his last will and testament. Twenty-five percent of this bequest is to be used for furthering Jewish education with the donor designating which synagogue, Jewish educational institution or organization is to be the beneficiary of the allocation from the JNF Covenant Imami. Annual Foundation Supper Following Bressler's visit, a JNF Zionist Bruncheon meeting, honoring Jacob C Fishman, veteran Zionist leader and vice president of the JNF Council, was held at which Mortimer May. past president of the Zionist Organization of America, was guest speaker. He urged participants to follow his lead in contracting a JNF Covenant Imami, of which 25 percent would eventually be used for regional Zionist educational purposes. To implement the Covenant Imami further. the project was introduced at the JNF Annual Foundation Supper held on June 16. The Covenant Imami was next presented at the annual JNF Attorneys Luncheon under the chairmanship of Herbert S. Shapiro. Judge Morris Berick recounted his experiences during his recent visit to Israel and told of what he had seen of JNF accomplishments there. The annual JNF Award night on May 12 concluded the JNF Council's seasonal activities. Tribute was paid to those leaders and workers who had excelled in their efforts and accomplishments during the past year. -F-GMr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family ui-li their relative! and fritA ll,irv %  '•'•' Prosperous New "tear Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frankel Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Rosenstein and Family wish their relative* and fnends A Happs and Prosperoui New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller and Family .,-:J%  Itives ami |' :: A Harps and P •• \ew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Gittelsor and children uish their relative! and friends A Happ;. and Prosperoui New 1 %  Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel and Family muli [heir relative! and friendi A Happs and Proiperoui New Tear Dorothy and Herb Freedman of 1N00 Ixoca Circle, Keystone Pt. with their relatives and friend* A Hupps and Prosperous "Hew "fear Mr. and Mrs. Aaron F. Frelick Uiull their relative! and friend* A Hupps and Prosperous New fear Mr. and Mrs. William Givner and Family u'ish their relative! and frit->. : A Hupps ami Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. David Glass and Farrtily of 5255 Collins Avenue wish their relative! and friends A Happs and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fried and Family uish their relative! and friends A Happs and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Hal H. Glist and children Alan, Lori and Stuart u'ish their relative! anJ friend* A Happs and Prosperous New Te Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Fried and children Scott, Mark and Diane U'ish their relatives and friends A Happs and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Max Gluek and Family wish their relatives and friends A Haprs and Prosperous New "fear Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friedberg and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happs and Prosperous Hew fear Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Friedman and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happs anJ Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg u'ish their friends A Happs and Prosperous "Hew "fear Mr. and Mrs. Burton Goldfcerg and Family uish their relatives and friends A Happs and Prosperous N'fU' Tear Mr. and Mrs. Murray Goldberg and Family unih their relatives and fnenJi A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew TeaMr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman and daughter Donna wish their relatives and frienda A Happs and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happy snd Prosperous New Tea* Mr. and Mrs. Harry Friedson and daughters unsh their relative! and friend! A Happs on.l PrOlperoU! New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldberg and Family of 4551 Prairie Avenue wish their reldtivei and friend! A Happs and Projperoui Ni Yea RABBI and MRS. ABRAHAM WEINSCHNEIDER and FAMILY wish a Happy New Year to members of Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue and to all ot Greater Miami Jewry Greetings and a HAPPY NEW YEAR to Members and Friends of the CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI RABBI and MRS. DOV ROZENCWEIG RABBI and MRS. SHERWIN STAUBER and FAMILY Extends Best Wishes to Officers and Members of YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI And to All Jewry for A Happy New Year RABBI and MRS. DAVID LEHRFIELD and Family greet the Jewish community and membership of Kneseth Israel Congregation on the occasion of the Mftv VEAI DR. and MRS. MAX LIPSCH1TZ and Family oi Temple Beth Torah Extend Best Wishes for the New Year to the entire Jewish Community RABBI RICHARD MARCOVITZ wishes Greater Miami Jewry and Beth Moshe Concjreqation A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. MAX SHAPIRO Wish CONGREGATION BETH KODESH its affiliate organizcrtions and Greater Miami Jewry A HapPY N w Y Mrs. Samuel A. Frommer wishes her relative! an.i friend! A Hupps and Prosperoiu New Tear Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman and Family unsh then relative! and fnendi A Happs and Prosperous Hew "fear Mr. and Mrs. Morris Futernick, II, and Family wish their relatives and fnends A Happs and Prosperous Hew 1 ear -GMr. and Mrs. Louis Goldenkoff and daughters Rachel Jo and Cindy Lou U ish : ; :c-ir 'datives ami fri, A Happs u.i.l I' New TeaMr. and Mrs. Norman Goldin h their relatu e! and friends A Hupps and Prosper >M V'.< TeaMr. and Mrs. Louis Goldman and Family Wish their relatives und fnendi A Hupps .:• %  ..! Projperoui V'. I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon and children Benjamin, Rebecca and Sara H uh their relative! and friends A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew "tear Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Goldman and Family th the.' relatives and (riends A Happs and Prosperous ,\eu TeaRABBI and MRS. EUGENE LABOVITZ and Family Extend Best Wishes to the Officers and Members o* TEMPLE NER TAMTD and to the Jewish Community for a Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. En-aim Gale and children Diane and Michael uish their relumes and friends A Happs and Prosperous New Tear Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Galiti and Family uish their relatives and fnen.ls A Happs and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mr*. Jack Gallant and Family u-ish their relatives and fnends A Happs and Proiperous Hew "fear RABBI and MRS. HENRY WERNICK and Family Extend Best Wishes to the Officers and Members of Tiiereth Israel Congregation For A Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Gartter •nd son Jordan Irish their relatives and fnends A Happs and Prosperous Nu' Tear Judge and Mrs. Phillip Goldman Wish their relumes und friend* A Huprs .1-1,! Prosperoiu Hew TeaMr. and Mrs. Sam H. Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I. Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Simon Unsh their relative! and friendA Hupps und Prosperous \ew "fear Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Goldjchied and Family unsh their relatives and friends A Happs and Projperoui Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein •nd FamHy •* 1185 Marseille Drive uish their relative! and fnends A Happv and Prosperous "Hew Tear Mr. end Mrs. Leo Getvan and daughter unsh their relatives and fnends A Happv and Projperoiu New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Gersen ui>h their friends A Happv and Prosperou.s Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gettleman and Family wish their relative! and friends A Happv and Prosperous Hew "fear Mr. Max Goldstein of 830 Michigan Avenue u'ish es his friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Meyer W. Goldstein of M40 Flamlnsjo Drive uish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewiti and Family uish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. Morris Gotombeck and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert and Family uish their relatives and friends A Happv and Prosper.>u\<:. "t ea> Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gompers and children Sheila, Billy, Henry and grandson Jeffrey Scott of the Brickell Town House uish their relatives and ftiei A Hupps and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert uish their relatii'es and friend! A Happv and Prosperous New Tear Mrs. Jack Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman and daughters uish their relatives and friend. A Happs and Prosperous New T0f



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'riq* %* *•*•*/*/ rksHtor Friday September 24 i i I : 0 I i 2,700 Rally at Beach for Soviet Jewry; Vow More Effort to Fight Anti-Semitism %  ajam >-t% %  ~s~u**m. atari • -r brmfe* — *x. and 0*a*-r* -m u, tt* x*"*>"i '** *e*aea>a*-i 2 UM y- .rfce t ur* at **•V. %  jjaaaatoa aj rw0ow ET**MI *• ./ cri than %  Oraatei • a*ba. Laa* K't*. chairman -•• *i MM ku Hara t.'jr**, -. oJ lad tes 'allawMvg the baa*nine < *K "|hM Lig*it V.j.t" ia <*s*inato. D m Svrtdan ef•"/ y i • %  • i' /.•i., a • a it* ad .. I /.. pi • t y.i'.i, h Pro! la K •' d the ., -.i.l innl'i.l r i-'l Ip I i ', i'- U r..ii leadr* .-. 'i.icampaign •<< i II etu ntion l/j i • %  i Semi tl m "We ;irm i ;. i n g elH Bite Pallot Attends Seminar !wt fha 'if** •* p<*^*n* 0wr h^^aa*" H* -Mtaaaasea SCKKS bKad^akaa pax tttM n Ktrc i %  Or Hvling to tha Soi' 90ierrwnnl "to lat our poopla lie in dignitf '.' lat our popl 90." A lampling at at ltd m j -. b ran '." B. Jo • rnur.i!> ID tbc 9ai M %  i mattar 'f daap a?.'; cogtii eon• in. 'i, stration %  /) u, mi -I ;>e<^iU'A < %  Uniw to batie the official iftiom available to be reinfori ed ires of an ar'us<-'l world publii opiaioD li is my bop* that i'./' • and r r• rd all faiths will j-'iri in an ',.9c eamaais" br ha Sowth F*r.da Carrfarance -, • re -' %  *rr li-r~I '^ > paw Yi-rltahefw%  -" -T-Htrry V <>. -r_'.T<: ^f ckttck Ball oi D p grfitiaaa %  ol '< aai aaadk ^:tb* Ln.:' M.i.v.. 'In %  '. Fnml :. Dvficaa Falhet Donal :.. %  %  %  %  %  • Otn-j rho p*r*'C ped .1 me prog'*included Rabbis Ma/er aiw a wt a aait a So o"-.n S Marer Aoramewif: and Richard Marco 'z ard Canr Jacob Bomstein. E %  a iix-point aaciaa. Hcrppy Hoi All %  ^IMNER OF 8 ACAOEAY AWARDS """ %  "scotct cuaot. w attacrnt LINCOLN THEATRI, LINCOLN ROAD M.AMI MACM JE J 7M •aaei SCAU IVININC tfOMAi*ci MATINCI PWO*Hmt: n ptici scan „ r „... tSa, Sv-v. MMaftnaej Th I Hot. S3 175 MM 3S0 OeCMBTtA J 7J LOG? %  af.fOtMANCM AT J PA. MATIMIM • • 3dIP M IVW.NGS aox OICI OWN to JO • ajo STARLIGHT ROOF O:NNER-OANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OP MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA Maturing SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining V!iH tht STARLIGHT LOl'NGE for a braathtaktng vtaw Rafaal Porraa on Accordion No Covar, No Minimum m$L a* tna ocaan at 43th Straat. Miami Baac* Rett'vations Required: JE 7-3600 **. SUN RENT A CAR $15 '65 DODGES A • li Pi*?Sr-g nd 0 '• %  Ca' 301 23rd Street Miami Beach Wk 6c mi, •ante Ph. 532-5502 ^ %  : ^sf ^/CiTom/ ^ V?w jt/i-ijr tcike Jewish ^^c-nimiinilxf in sJpMra jfiortii*



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>mber 24. 1985 9, Jt**isHhridian Page 11-F lad plenty of time and energy left to 'Russian Jews, to share the joys and Israel and to think of the future in education of their children — the .tension, that is. But no breakthrough here; advance by the Zionist Federation ana x> other bodies engaged in educational If a> progrea* was recorded it was in the United Palestine Appeal, as it is here so remains good and the proceedrise to year. TTte total of three million sterihis year is now assured, and there will be another million or so for the Hebrew Universitv, the Weirmann Institute. Hie Haifa Teehnion ami various other appeals. It is still about tight pounds sterling per capita, but an improvement on last year. The tendency remains to give to causes connected with Israel and ignore local charities. It is perhaps more a matter of instinct than a philosophy. The ordinary British Jew has a need to give for Israel, but does not see any compelling reason for giving to local appeals, except perhaps the Jewish Welfare Board, and thin body. too. is kept short of funds. This is an instinctive response to the mood of the times which history will probably find commendable itue of Liberty at Age of 80 C WBtjai psjjssj Poe 7>W citizen* held mass meetings, and socialwomen organized rummage sales and sold iir*. Ktance Oary Harrison was one of this Rroup -•en. Slie was cnlleeting poems, drawings ami for publication in a souvenir bonk to be it the benefit Of the portent %  fund. When ppealed to Fmma Lazarus for a contribution book, the Jewish poet at first declined. A person, she was not inclined to write for ir journals. But when Mrs. Harrison remindL. Lazarus "of the Goddets standing on her Mil dewti \omler in the bay and holding out I h ID those Russian refugees of yours whom to fond of visiting," she was galvanised i 'ion Miss Lazarus' contribution to the sou :ix>k was 'The New Colossus." a poem of t> RsJsr beauty that it was insiriood on a tablet •d to the inside of the Statues ba>e An Imperishable Ideal ma Lauras' declaration of faith in trie Lady of Liberty, who is perpetuating her %  of "Give me your tired, your poor, your masses ... I lift my lamp neside the goldr," continues to inspire America. Among the -ymbols .t the freedom advocated by the '-•* of Liberty, are the broken chains at her feet. There is a reminder of the great democratic American ideals in the tablet the Great Lady holds in her left hand. The poem by Emma Lazarus, coupled with this reminder of the Statue's guardianship over American principles, at the Golden Gate of our land. jointly cement an imperishable ideal. It is one ol the ironies of late that the life of the brilliant Jewess, of L'mnia Lazarus. Liberty's Bard, slioukl have been cut short in its prime. She died Nov. 19, 1887. at the age of 39. a year after the Statue of Liberty was dedicated. 'The New Colossus" has only 14 lines, but in them are expressed with prophetic instinct all of the indestructible and noble ideals symbolized by the Statue of Liberty. These lines, written by Emma Lazarus more than 70 years ago, remain the credo of Americanism and a striking memorial to their author. It complements the great poet's Jewish idealism, which, too. was replete with prophecy and faith when she wrote in The Banner Of the Jew": "Wake, Israel, wake. Recall today The glorius Mat cancan rage O deem not dead that martial fire. Say not the mystic flame is spent! 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'eJewish Floridian
"39 ~ Number 39
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH VittKir
Miami, Florida, Friday. September 24. 1965
Nine Sections Price 32.30
HAPPY N EW YEAR


Page 2-A
* lenlst fhrktlar
Friday. September 24, i::J
Rosh Hashona Services Sunday Eve
-af service t U am
I >i p.m.. Hwday, uili be ,
Greater Miami aril] Ro-h Ha-
Suntaj
i. ting at >un;et on
r I .
Weekend WliWI a*. Beth David
Congregation, MS SW 3rd .-.
rt on Friday at 6 pm. On
Bat morning during 9 a.m.
aerv.ee* Rabbi Soi Landau =
ston topic will be At the Brink. '
He wiil also officiate at the Bar
HUvaA of Paul, son of Mr and
Mrs. Herman Boren Rabin Lan-
#au and Cantor William W Lapson
mil conduct the Rosh Hashona ser-
vices being ushered in at Beth
Da-.id on Sunday. 6 p.m.. assisted
by the Beth David Choir. Morn-
ine services on the first two days
et the holiday begin at 8 a.m.. with
the Shofar service at 9:45 am. On
Monday. Rabbi Landau will speak
on Acquiring Faith Through
Doubt." Concluding service will be
CANDtEUGHTING TIME
27 Bui 5:66 p-m.
fKONTISPIKt
The scratch line drawing
on the frontispiece of the
Year Edition of The
JewiA Ftondian is the work
'rf Miami Artist Howard
Braaston who hai lived here
for the past 15 years An an
ist of 20 years' -tanding.
Branston has won 127 awards
including one international
and several national awards.
He -px-cializes in painting.
calligraphy and restoration
of art works.
at 6 p.m. Tuesday mornings ser-
mon topic will be "The Birthday of
Mankind and the Great Society
Beth Raphael Congregation, 1545
Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, will
usher in the High Holy Days with
services Sunday evening. 6 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday morning .ser-
vices are at 8 a.ro.. with Rabbi
Zevi Greenwald officiating and
Cantor Saul Breeh and the choir
rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy. First day of Rosh
Hashona, Rabbi Greenwald will
discuss -Threshold of a Hew
Year." On Tuesday, bis topic is
scheduled as "New Heavens and a
New Earth." Regular services this
weekend begin Friday at sundown.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m.
Friday evening services wiD be
held at Tempi* Israel of Greater
Miami, 137 NE 19th St.. at 8:15
p.m.. with Dr Joseph R. Narot of-
ficiating and Cantor Jacob Born
stein rendering the musical por
tions of the liturgy Saturday morn-
ing services are at 11 ajn Rosh
Hashona will ushered in Sunday.
[aGUPATH ACH1M Cttyftiow
at LOMBARDY HOTEL
6305 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
TICKETS AVAILABLE
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI SIMON APRIL
RABBI HARRY ZARETSKY, CANTOR
Sunday, Sept. 26th, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
ORTHODOX SERVICES SEATS $10.50 A $12.50
PHONE 866-2834
EMPIRE SCHOOL
OF ARCHITECTURE
MAIN OFFICE
4810 S.W. 69th AVENUE
Ph. 661-3103
Elementary Architectural Drawing; House Planning; Shades
and Shadows; Perspective Drawing; Freehand and Orna-
ental Drawing; Architectural Drawing.
1 YEAR COURSE, 6 HOUR DAYS
//ill graduate student read/ for i
PART-TIME STUDENTS
require 2 years Mon., Tues., Thurs & Friday
Total Cost in neighborhood of $1200.
first School of its Type Approved by Florida Industrial Commission.
FREE CONSULTATIONS: Wed. ft Sat. 9 A.M. 12 Noon
ed by Maanv Theme o,
dj sermon wil be "Tl .
World in which We live.' i I
3.500 worshipper' ning }"':': .1 day. sermon top
I
pm Some 3.500 uor-nipperv uuhc ......-.- mvuu -. sermon top
uho are part of the Tempie Israel held at 5:80 p rr hJCaUon of ill convene at Miami 4t 9 am Mincha i- at 6 p.m H"-h standing Before the L
Beach Convention Hall for the Ha-shona will be launched on Sun ^ tn^ theme of Rab
New Year inauguration. Dr. Narot. jay at 6 p in Monday and Tuesday Richter* sermon during Fftj,
will preach both in the evening noiir* are 8 a m with Rabbi Simon p^enin_, lervicn sUrtina ,,
Monday morning at 10 a m. April offering a sermon both d
subject Sunday will be "Re- at 1030 am fata Rabbi
bellion." dealing with healthy and Harry Zaretsk} comJuctin* th<- Mu
unhealthy forms of rebellion of
I children against parents. Jews
against Judaism, and American
Citizens against the forces limit-1
ling freedom.
On Monday. hi sermon will deal
with the problems of Jewish lib-,
erals who forget that their liber '
alism stems from their Judaism.
In the morning, following the ser-
vice, the entire membership of
Tempie Israel will be guests at a
reception given by the president
and his wife. Mr and Mrs. Sam
Luby Sr. Monday afternoon. 3 30
p.m.. children's services will be
held at the Temple in Miami.
On the pulpit with Rabbi Narot
and Cantor Bomstein will be these
past pre-idents: Herbert I". Feibel-
man. Sam A. Goldsten. A. J. Har
ris. Sam C. Levenson. J Gerald
Lewis. Max Meisel. Sie Mendelson.
Max Orovitz. Jules Pearlraan. Wil-
liam D. Singer. Ben W. Stote. Har-
old B Spaet Harold Thurman. and '
Henry E Wolff.
Regular weekend of services wifl
be observed at Congregation Agv-
doth Achim, 6305 Collins Ave. Eve-
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
THE MINY0NAIRES
SYNAGOGUE
Modern Traditional
3737 Bird Ra Miami HI 6-2111
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
Under the Leadership of
the Well Known
CANTOR FRED BERNSTEIN
Limited Nantaer of Seats Still
Available TICKETS ARE $10 EACH

Irvin W. Katz, M. Ed. Educational Consultant APTITUDE TESTING CAREER GUIDANCE ,EGE ADMISSIONS COUNSELING I X SELECTION AND PLACEMENT 6/ Ar.r-c-intrr.ent
407 Lincoln Road 532-3541
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU j
ON THE NEW YEAR LET'S I
SHOW OUR GRATITUDE '
j f* Whet lireel Mai 0mm for Ui. I
j invest in a safe Israel Bend!
MAVSHIE FRIEDBERG
tpOHMpm *Sit^ov
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone JE 1-3595
945 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
ling services starting
p m at Congregation B'na |
Continued on Page 5
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Friday. September 24. 1965
27 Bui 5725
5726: The Prospects for Peace
\l
This is the eve of 5726. We wish all a
happy New Year. We hope for a healthy New
Year. We pray for a New Year of peace.
The question of peace is paramount in our
time. Our own nation. leader of the free world.
stands poised on the brink of troubled times.
The struggle between India and Pakistan is
as meaningful to us as the battle of Viet Nam.
At stake is man's right to be :ree without the
imposition upon bin-, of tyranny by alien
forces
As we enter the New Year we are faced
with the strange spectacle of the renewal of
en alliance as' old as '-'." a D: the re-
sumption of mutual veen Wash-
ton and Moscow in the matter of Red
Chinas ambition in Soul fife rid
united in the determii : demo-
cratic v.-ay of lire will nc I by
Peip eed to od i jadership role In
Afric '.Ve set aside s in a new
vision of the once dark continent that the
emerging nations be guaranteed the opport-
unity'to fulfill their own orc-ad programs of
selr-determination.
THE REAL BASES OF OUR HOPES
But the complexity of the world remains
unaltered. The more basic problems have not
been resolved. Moscow may seem an ally in
India. But this is so far as Red China is con-
cerned. In Viet Nam. the irreconcilable impasse
continues unhindered. It remains a danger
point in the battle between East and West over
the minds of men.
What is the basis of our hope for peace
in 5726? It is the fundamental belief in the ul-
timate good sense of man and his determina-
tion to survive. It is our reliance on the philoso-
phic and moral systems upon which we have
shaped our lives and our destiny since the be-
ginning of time. It is more:
On the eve of 5726. apart from the wars
and threats of newer wars besetting us. we
look to the individual role in American society
we play as Jews and recognize the dangers
lurking before us. We are more fully than
ever committed to the proposition that the con-
cept of a vanishing American lew is real. We
see its counterpart in a rising rate of intermar-
riage. We study the statistics concerning Jew-
ish identification among students on the na-
tion's college campuses.
We reaard unflinchingly the possibility
that our growing affluence and rising social
acceptance bear the sad seeds of concomitant
disregard for our ancient heritage. We accept
as more than a truism tti the statistical de-
cline of ariti-Semitism suggests a parallel rise,
if in the opposite direction, ot a cavalier Jewish
rejection of Judaism of a newly developing
belief that Americanism and Judaism are at
odds and that the ready acceptance of our-
selves in the image of one must mean our
abandonment of the other.
The dilemma is an unhappy recognition.
But recognition at least suggests that the pro-
cess is no longer irreversible that we have
begun to understand the insidiousness of it
and that changes must be made, not alone to
assure our survival, but also to correct a de-
structive view of American society as a whole.
A COUNTERBALANCE TO fEAR
Neither are peace and security on the
eve of 5726 strengthened as possibilities in
the face of the potential growth of right-wing
activities in our midst. George Lincoln Rock-
well, the greatest clown ot 'hem all, in his bid
for Governor of Virginia, only last week held
a rifle aloft during a campaign appearance
and declared: "All of you ought to own one of
these." They can be used ;ed, against
"minority groups.
But if Rockwell is a clown, his counterparts,
less flamboyant, more earnest behind the
scenes, are also infinitely more effective and
therefore dangerous. Appealing to those who
are fearful of the extreme left-wing, they cry
Americanism and mean a host^ of things rang-
ing from anti-Semitism to antiCatholicism and.
indeed war against all but their own select
ran
KNITTING Of AGE-OLD SCHISMS
As a counterbalance to these tears in the
tare of such potent-.c. assaults upon 'as w
look back to an outgoing yea: during
lion has made re
field at relations W :V Buffei i riots in Se i Los Al
,.,-9 have just cause to she
Voting Right A U '' tul
ot a growing sen
we anticipate the benefits of medicare
other extensions of social security legisla
On a broader level, we iook forwara ..
again to the possibility that deicide may finally
be striken from the hearts and minds of the
world as the Eumenical Council meets anew
to wrestle with the difficult task it has inherited
as a consequence of the hallowed convictions
of the late Pope John XXIII.
Deicide is a dogma that lies at the very
heart of an ancient religion, and untold mil-
lions of Jews have suffered as a consequence
of it since its inception. Will the New Hebrew
Year 5726 see the eradication of this repre-
hensible philosophy? Ecumenical business is
Church business. It is hardly, in itself, a Jewish
concern. Jews must look, instead, to shore up
their own fences in the name of survival in
their affluent and accepting world.
But, as Jews, we can hardly fail to offer
up a silent prayer that calumnies which have
for millenia maligned us will finally be re
jected on a domatic level and, ultimately,
among men at large.
In terms of the knitting of schisms, Jews
throughout the world look to West Germany
on the eve cf the New Year. The terrible Nazi
era. which resulted in the decimation of the
European Jewish community and the slaughter
of six-million souls there, has paradoxically
given rise to a broad base on which the des-
tiny of West Germany and the new State of
Israel are inextricably bound together
ISRAEL WRACKED BY RIFTS
The flaring of tempers on both sides has
been a constant phenomenon during the out-
going Hebrew Year, and the peak of a.satis-
faction was reached with the announcement
of a diplomatic exchange between the two
countries. Riots in Israel attended the appoint-
ment of Dr. Rudolf Pauls as Germany's new
envoy; while officials in Bonn threatened tup-
tures in relations even before they were begun.
Nevertheless, the formal West German
recognition will mean much to Israel's political
future, despite the current distemper, and it
augurs well for the young nation's continuing
achievement.
If Israel gained politically, she also was
the victim during the outgoing year of a viol-
ent storm dividing the country by the ousting
of former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
from the reigning Mapai Party coalition and
Mr. Ben-Gurion's organization of a new pany.
the Rafi, in the country's November elections.
The storm involved such issues as the an-
cient Lavon affair, which Ben-Gurion refuses
to forget, and political party reforms parti-
cularly the reduction in the number ol oarties,
to which he has dedicated himself, but to whose
protiferaUon he has also contributed throuah
Rafi. M
Whatever internal pro
nothing but solidarity marks the doughty little
nation in the face of unrelenting Arab threats,
all stemming mainly from Cairo and Dictator
Nasser.
A major issue has been the Arab water
diversion plan designed to destroy Israel's new
national water carrier for the parched areas of
the Negev. On the eve of 5726, the threats bore
no fruit, with unabated inter-Arab rivalries
bogging down the third Arab summit confer-
ence at Casablanca to achieve a unified plan
to divert the Jordan River from Israeli use.
In line with water conservation, the out-
going Hebrew Year saw the establishment of
a joint U.S.-Israel project to broaden the base
of the Zarchin experiments at Eikrt for desalina-
tion through the use of nuclear power.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S GENEROUS HAND
But history will record more than this pro-
ject as President Johnson's involvement in Jew
ish affairs durinq 5725. Almost at the same
time, the President, in our own country, as,.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldbera
to step down from the bench and take up I
duties at the United Nations of the late lam.
ed Adlai Stevenson, who died suddenly c:
heart attack in London while there on UN i
ness.
The appointment of Ambassador Goldb.
. | be debated during 5726 as heatedly as
was during 5725, particularly as the impac
the appointment is felt more profoun
throughout the American Jewish comn
p0, v: Gold in his previous cap..- iti
-d from speaking ou* as
.. the cci
abroad go- -
1
lor to the United N
. : on the eve 0: R
tn his new Kici
:o declare that
But whatever the con-
one thing remains cifcr Pie lei
Jo. (the Ambassador as a spo' :. United States.
Neither did this view restrain the Presi-
dent from calling upon the talents of another
American Jew, Abe Fortas. to ascend to the
Supreme Court and fill the vacancy left by
Ambassador's Goldberg's appointment, hence
strengthening the proposition that the Amen
can Jewish community requires a smaller and
smaller hyphen in its designation as the years
go by a proposition previously suggested
here in the growing concern for Jewish sur-
vival.
0
STRENGTH OF OUR DETERMINATION
All of which brings us back to the orig-
inal dilemma: the hope for peace and happi-
ness in a rapidly changing world. As Jews,
we are no less at war with ourselves than, as
Americans, we are unhappily at war today
with others.
But, on the eve of 5726, the hope for peace
is more than a tensative prayer. It is as stronq
as the faith of our leaders in its achievement
It is as strong as we, in our own community
in Miami, ere determined to make it.
And determined we are. As 5726 beqan
to emerge on the horizon, our community join
ed a national Eternal Light Vigil last Sunday
in Washington, D.C. protesting the So-
Union's treatment of some 2.500.000 Jews
hind the Iron Curtain. At a rally here in Mi 11
im, Prof Abraham Hesche!
Theological Seminary, speak
the signriicai.
* ,he event ... : its cultural -.
against our Russian Jewish brethren.
Th. of course, parallels to be drov
between the attitudes of Naz- Germany and I
present leaders of the Kremlin whether o:
not crematoria exist today on the Soviet cou:
tryside. For it is no less genocide than the
Hitler campaign when Russian authority
methodically cut off all sources of cultural Jew-
ish concern, when they forbid the bakinq 0!
rnatzoh. when they restrict the publication o:
Jewish religious and secular literature, when
they shut down syncqogue after synagoque.
when they reduce to a minimum the number
of qualified persons available to teach in He-
brew schools and yeshivoth.

GOING ON RECORD
Here, in Miami, our community went on
the record. And. durinq 5726, it will qo on the
record in other ways, as well: in its response
)ur Federation's philanthropic endeavor, in
the purchase of bonds toward the economic
advancement of the State of Israel, in the war
he American Jewish dilemma a
vanishing by virtue of American acceptance.


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Tag 9 5-H
ftosh Hashona Services
to Awaken to the Call of the She h< on both days under the iirec-
Contmued from Pa9a 2-A
I ... \u 183rd SC Saturday
sermon at 8 30 a.m. wdl
Portion of .ho ML"
,. ;,.,!> Day service* will be
Sunday at b p.m w.th
the Kosh Hashona
be too Much or Not
on?' Cantor Jack
, || offer the liturgical mu-
,ul the holiday observ-
and second day ser-
lated for 7:30 a.m. and
, Richter'i talk on the
, in be "Man, The Port-
, 5 iary Junior Oongregs-
I ,|| be hold at 10 a.m. On
rrtfi j the M'rmon top-
. Merita f <><"" People."
...ii.i will be inhered in
L 8 p.m., at Ttmple Tif-
^reth Israel, 6500 No Miami Ave .
Henry B Wernick of
dar Friday evening
reeding the advent of
fc., [)ays BR this weekend
p in with the sermon
Distant Horizons "
morning services will be
followed by a talk on
Ihi 'Weekly Portion.'- First and
- of Roah Hashona will
I 30 a.m., with evening serv-
I,,. scheduled Monday at 8 p.m.
on the first dav will be en-
ded 'Horiiona." Rabbi Wernick
iill discuss "Opportunities. Inc."
|'n second day
Tibor H Stem will offici
(ervicee of Jacob C. Cohan
Community Synagogue, 1S32 Wash
Inplon \\e. Miami Beach, on F"ri-
I p.m Saturday services
iil be at 8 30 am., with Cantor
amuel Vigoda officiating. Sermon
Mh.-duled as "We are Able
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will be ushered in on Sunday at 6
p.m. Title of Rabbi Stern's Sermon
ette will be "A Sudden Change."
Monday and Tuesda) services for
the days of Ro^h Ila-hona are 8
a.m. Sermon the first day will he
"Truth and Peace.'' Sermon the
BOCOnd day, loth tO he delivered
at 11 a in i.- "Silence and Sound.'"
Shofar will be blown both days at
11:30 am Minrha is at 5 p m fol-
lowed by Maariv at 6:30 p m.
Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate
at regular Friday services this
weekend at Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, 7801 Carlyle Ave Miami
' Reabri."'at fi-i.Y p.m. Saturday ser
vices will lie at 8 45 a in with the
sermon scheduled as "Standing at
the Threshold of a Now Year
Bible class will be at 5 30 p.m..
with Mlncha at 6 i;>. followed by
Maarii Rosh Hashona will be
ushered in on Sunday at 6 15 p.m.
Monday, first day of the Holy
Days, service.- are at 8 a.m.. with
the sermon scheduled as "The
i Jewish Crj for Life" Mincha will
be at 4:45 p.m.. followed b) Tash-
Kch at 78th St and Tatum Water-
way Dr. Procession will leave the
ynagOgUC at 5:15 p.m. Maariv is
at 6 30 p.m Services on Tuesday
are also at 8 a m with the Sermon
entitled "The Sounding of Free-
dom for all Humanity" Cantor
Meyer Greenbhvtt will render the
mus-ieal portions of the liturgy
Sachns services on both days of
Rosh Hashona will he conducted
K Rabbi Meshulam Cohen and
William Cohen.
Temple Judoa, 320 Palermo Ave ,
Coral Cables, will hold regular
Friday services at 8 15 p.m.. with
Rabbi Morris Kipper officiating.
Mr and Mrs Louis Faston will dis- I
CUSS their recent trip to Israel.
with an Oneg Shabat following.
Saturday services are at 11 am.
Bar Mitzvah of Marc Ira. son of
Mr and Mrs Henry Grtimet, will
take place Rosh Hashona will be
Iushered in Sundaj at 8 p.m with
Rabbi Kipper to speak on "The
Incredible Jew" First day of Holy
Day services on Monday begins at
| liquated Sabbath children's ser
vices an- scheduled for 2 30 p in
Tuesday services, second daj of
posh Hashona, will also be at l"
a m with 'he sermon entitled
"Proud At Last to be a Goldberg "
Regular Sabbath services this
weekend will he held at 8 30 a m
It Ohov Shalom Congregation, '.Ml
Normandy Dr., Miami Beach, with
Rabbi Phineas A Weberman <>ffi
ciating. Mincha will in- at t'> 15 p m.
Title of Rabbi Weberman"a morn
ing sermon is "The Last Sabbath "
lli-h Holy Day services will be
held at Washington Federal Audi-
torium, 1133 Mormandj Dr. Posh
; Hashona will ho ushered in on Sim
day at 6 p m Monday services are
at 7 30 a.m., with the sermon the
first day scheduled for 10:30 a.m.
as "Awake Ye That Slumber."
Evening services are at 6 p.m. Sec
ond daj of Rosh Hashona on Tues-
day, also to be given at 10:30 a.m..
the sermon will be "The Broken
Sound." Evening service is at 6
p.m. Cantor Samuel H. Feiner
renders the musical portions of
the liturg)
Friday evening services at Knt-
seth Israel Congregation, 1415 Eu-
clid Ave Miami Reach, will be at
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning ser-
vices ;ire ;,t g:3o a.m.. with Rabbi
David, I. eh r field discussing
"'Thought of Rosh Hashona." The
Higtl Holy Days will he launched at
services Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Mon-
day services are at 8 a.m. Sermon
will he "To Hear the Shofar
Not to Blow It." Services the sec
"Pil da\ of Rosh Hashona. on Tues-
day, will also begin at 8 a.m. Ser-
mon is "The Ultimate Sacrifice."
Cantor Abraham Seif renders the
musical portions of the liturgy
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will of-
ficiate at Friday evening services
thi- weekend at 6:15 p.m. No late
services are scheduled for Temple
Ner Tamid, 7!tth St. and Carlyle
Ave. Miami Reach. Saturday
morning services will be at 8:45
a.m., when William, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Rottenberg is sched-
uled to become Bar Mitzvah. Can-
tor Edward Klein renders the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Rosh
Hashona will be inaugurated on
Sunday, 8:15 p.m. First day of the
Holy Days, services begin at 8
a.m., with Rabbi Labovitz sched-
uled to speak on "A New Year A
New Beginning." Tuesday. 8 a.m..
topic of the sermon will be Time
far "
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate
at regular Sabbath services this
weekend at Beth Kodash Congre-
gation, 1101 SW 12th Ave.. Miami,
with Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari
rendering the miLsical portions of
the liturgy. High Holy Day ser
vices will Im1 ushered in Sunday at
sunset. Rev. Alex Stahl will join
Kabbi Shapiro and Cantor Ben Ari
in officiating. Services 'Monday
and Tuesday mornings are at 8
a m. Sermon the first day will be
"Reawakening." On the second
day. the topic will be "Days ol
Awe" Student services will rt
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Cantor Jri* Klenseru reaatefl
t.-* : "seal porttoiss sfce
gy Ro* Hashona ;1. be sssssered
in Sunday at 1:16 f use
aerm or. scheduled as Ov Badae-
la Monday < M
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-cheduJed as "Oar
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will be at 2 30 p m.
Ai Homestead JewHh Commun-
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1 Maeataaa of Greater M:-
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Beth ShoSem. 172> Monroe SI ft*
BOd, with Cantor Err.'- ~-'- r.
I f-ndenng the musical portions
of the liturgy New Year Holy Day
w rvices will be held Sunday. 7
f> m ushering in Roh Ha*wna.
Monday an') Tii--day servscei are
slat"d for 8 am., with Rabbi Ma-
lavakf preaching on both flays.
Mincha on the first dav of Rir-h
liashona is 6 30 p.m Junior ser-
vices both days are at 1130 am
At Temple Beth Am, 5950 No
Kendall Dr South Miami. Lr Her-
berl M Baumgard will discuss
"RabM BM'I Wisdom for Mod-
ern Time-'" durinz regular Friday
services this aamkeBd at 8:3ft p.m
Saturday mornins services are at
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bed Sunday a-. 5 pm.-
md T leaaaj
nvirnin? service* at % a.m. and
% at 5 p m Rabbi
Marco-..'/ sell] preach on both
days
Beth Israel Congregation, 711
40th St wiii hold rej Datjfcsth
v-rvices thxs weekend Rabbi Perei
sVatn will officiate at the laur.(h
ing of Roah Hashona on Sunday a:
> 15 pm Firt day of Rosh Ha-
shona. s/-r\ices b-gin at 8 a m
SerrrKKi will be "Fat>i<-r and Moth-
rr On Tuesday, also at 8 am
Rabbi V/ein will officiate and
preach on "Father and Son." Can-
tor Joseph Schwartz, of New York,
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy at all lenraoea.
Hebrew Academy. 24 Dr. wil observe Rosh Ha-hnna
nth inaugural services Sunday.
I pis Rezatar weekend Bssbbafl
s<-r\ ices pr'-eede the ushring in of
the Holy Davs on Friday 6pm
Saturday services are a m and
5:30 p m. Rosh Hashona will be
marker! Monday at H a m Rabbi
Alexander Gross will preach on
Ix.-.kiny Toward a Bett.-r Fa
ture Ta-hhch servicas ;ir<-
uled for 1 p m T .
ill also tie at H a m with Rabbi
jsg It AJ Be^.."^
ranter Seynioar
r at afeasfskas Ter.r.
^-.- aaal poruoa* oi toe
Ffapter^Jranada i^*'th Com-
munity Center, 30 NW JIM PI.. J-
-'. redJbSar Friday eve-
-T%-.ces at 6 p m Satnrday
la.ni when David.
son of Mr and Mrs Martin ank-
man. will become Bar V '
Rosh Hashona will be oahcrtd In
Sunday at P t. Rabbi T>rcA Ro-
etd will officiate, i
- -. lev
rmssieai portions of th-
S^r-.-ice- M Monday tta Oral day
of Roh Hashona beein a*. 8 a m
Sermor. srnl be 1 Yoaf Ble->-
Tje^iay services aa-> start
r 8 a m when Rabbi Roser.ft A
wiil er b Baal Shachans
Mincha services will be at 6
p rr. Stasday. ar Sephardic Jewish
Center a* Greater Miami, 645 Col-
l-rrc A Rev Sadi Nahmias
at the Lt <* ,hc
n J-. rsnrj Days ROs* Hashona
londa} are at 8 a m Ser-
?* T-.ree Da>^ of
dsoda Second day -
n at 8 a.n ar.d Rev
v -- so Mil'
k^nu ->jr Fa'her Oar K;-r
R^b"- '* ffJciate
a* Mdl* --venir.? servleea of
Tempie Beth SmVah, ISO M
S at 8:15 p an Serm -
scheduled as Approac
rtnliflnaM New Year 5"
: T'-Hoiirtay Tktouchts .-,
>erMce will be at 10 i. .
Hashona service for c
take place Sunday at :
HoI> Day services wil,
in Sunday at T 30 p m
William Royal and the
dering the musical por
liturgy. Sermon will b.
Shofar Calk Monday
.. r. ices are at 9 45 am
ermon scheduled as tt
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Fndcry, Sptenu>*
I 24, 1965
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AMERICAN JEWS GREET
RUSSIAN JEWRY
For the New Year 5726
On the occasion of the New Year, we send our warmest greetings and best wishes to you, our Sisters and
Brothers in bondage.
Our prayers are with you for the betterment of your human condition, and our hopes are that your rulers
will change their policies to improve your position as equal citizens of your country.
We pledge our support to free you from physical persecution, discrimination and spiritual genocide to
which you are exposed in your daily life.
We want to assure you that you are not forsaken or abandoned, and that the free world's conscience has
already been awakened to your plight. People of distinction have declared their strong protest against the
hostility practiced by the Communist Government toward Russian Jewry.
Among the innumerable writers, scientists, philosophers, intellectuals and religious and political leaders
who have registered their protests and have requested the Russian Government to desist from their per-
secution of Russian Jewry are such personages as:
QUEEN ELIZABETH OF ENGLAND
LORD BERTRAND RUSSELL
RICARDO LOMBARD!, of Italy
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING
GIUSEPPE UNGARETTI, Italian Poet
NORMAN THOMAS
* DR. MAX BORN, Physicist
* LORD BOYD ORR
* FRANCOIS MAURIAC, French Novelist
* PROF. LINUS PAULING, Chemist
* DR. ALBERT SCHWEITZER, Philosopher (Deceased)
* QUEEN ELIZABETH, Dowager Queen of the Belgians
Special greetings to our brethren serving prison sentences for uncommitted crimes, who are being v.ct.m-
iied as scapegoats for the failures of the system. The memory of those martyrs who were executed under
this pretext is cherished in our hearts; and they also are sanctified, as are the victims of the Naz, holocaust.
Our promise to you is not to settle for less than total liberation from your bondage, to your chosen destin-
ations and unification with your own people. The token gestures of your government to appease genu.ne
protests and to weaken our united efforts in your behalf, will not deter us from our goal.
So, remain strong; keep your faith in our sacred heritage and continue to maintain our high traditional
ideals of human morality. We are with you.
ninn mm man
. ScfMfta
v id< i '
I i i Sreemtetn
i: Pertchaw^i
Benjamin Apr<,>'
Z- i Herder
Tt i Hollo
Isadore Spulie-
Prt'i Roman
M >. L'-rundw(rK
Rr>: T
7\'l>u- Simon
.\f,>r[i'>: \ia\l>em
(Seorge (Soldnng
Martin HorwtfJ
Maurice /-'j^r
I rxlir Fairmont
Samuel Scfcioorti
Herd Wei*
Le.' Robint
/..el Cohen
A"i"i.: I
Ted H .
I W'hitHi \
Peu < Sold
Sam Bi>'i k
\l,n. i. Klein
flam Perl^el
S.i". Ri-ntlwrJ
Leo R 'inhard
Herman W'einstem
TTieodo !'
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Sid.i Lea
Julius Lip*'\\
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Sam Parbei
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Friday. September 24
1365
Rosh Hashona
Continued from Page 4-A
Rosr Hasten*, also at 9 45 am.
tore the theme When the
Etefar Calls."
Israelite Center. 3175 SW 25Ch St..
Iliacoi will feature Rabbi S. Alvin
Sctnrarti of Chicago, as guest spir
itua! .tader at Friday services at
t, p -.' Saturday wivkei begin at
* ;" i ". R'i-h Hashona will be to-
ted Sunday at 6 p m Hon-
da) servicei are at 8 a.m.. with
Rabbi ScfawarU discussing 'Gem-
ini V and the Jewish Orbit Can
tor Louis Cohen and the choir will
nrfji.' the musical portion of the
litur;r Tuesday services. aLso at
6 a.r. will have "A New Year or
Another Year" as the sermon top-
ic
Skt Lake Synagogue, 1120 Miami
Gardenj In will observe its first
Rosr. Hashor a since its recent or-
gan,7it:on Friday evening services
will be at 6 p m with Rabbi Jonah
E Caplan officiating and Cantor
Leui- Goodman rendenng the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Satur-
day naming services are at 9 a.m.
Serrron is scheduled as "Which Is
lion Important Yom Kippur or
Shabbat?" M inch a will be at 6 p.m.
The synagogue will launch the
Rod) Hashona observance with ser-
vice' Sunday, 6 p.m.. at the Unified
HaJi 2300 KE 171st St. Monday
morn.ig services are at 8 a.m
DeiBion will be "The World and
I .MJncha is at 6 p.m. Second day
of Rosh Hashona will also be at 8
a.m., with the sermon "Me and My
Peoj -
i ay evening services will be
M > p m for Congrgation Anthc
Enrn, 2533 SW 19th Ave Miami
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m with Mincha again sched-
uled fcr 6 p.m Rosh Hashona will
be launched Sunday at 5:45 p.m..
with Cantor Solomon Pakowitz of-
ficiating, according to Emanuel
Kushelwitz president Pint day of
Rosh Hashona on Monday will fea-
at 8 a.m Irving Sper-
ling will discuss "Impact Upon
he Jews Mincha is 5:45 p.m.
Tuesday services will also be 8
am. with Sperling in a >ermon on
Significance of the Shofar in Jew-
fe"
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate at Friday evening services at
Tempi* Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase
Ave. Miami Beach, at 8 15 p.m.
Sermon topic will be "Can Man
Create a New Human' Life'"
Saturday services are at 1045 a.m
To become Bar Mitzvah are Law-
rence, son of Abram Baker and the
late Mrs. Baker, of 800 W 47th St.;
and Marc, son of Mr and Mrs Irv-
ing Rosenbaum. 117 No Shore Dr
Rosh Hashona will be usheTed in
Sunday. 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi
Kronish's sermon scheduled as
"Do We 'American Jews) Have a
Tradition for Everything?" Cantor
David Conviser renders the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Mon-
day services are at 9:15 a.m. Ser-
mon will be "Does Everyone Know
Who He Is"" On the second day
of Rosh Hashona. with services
also slated for 9:15 a.m.. the ser-
mon will be "And What God Ex-
W--
>-^ Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
invites you to attend
Special High Holy Day
Memorial Services
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1965
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
10:00 AM.
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
TEMPLE \E3 'AVID
1100 AM
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
TEMPLE OR OLOM
1130 A.M.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1:00 P.M.
RABBI RALPH Z. GLIXMAN
TEMPLE BETH TOV
2:00 P.M.
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
2:34) P.M.
RABBI DANIEL M. LOWY
TEMPLE SINAI
3:30 P.M.
For Information or Directions Call TU 5-1689
pects Him to Do **
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi-
ciate at regular Sabbath services
this weekend at Temp4e Z*n, 8000
Miller Rd Rosh Hashona will be
u--hered in Sunday at 6.15 p.m-
Services Monday and Tuesday are
at 8 30 a.m with evening services
the first day of Rosh Hashona at
6:13 p.m Rabbi Waxman's ser-
mon on the first day will be 'The
Dual Nature of Rosh Hashona 'in
the second day. he will discuss
Striving Toward Mediocrity."
Temple Emanu-EI. 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Miami Beach, will
hold regular Sabbath weekend
services in the main auditorium,
with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing Cantor Zvi Adler renders the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Rosh Hashona will be launched
Sunday. 7:15 p.m.. at Miami Beach
Auditorium, directly across Wash-
ington Ave Schedule for both days
of Rosh Hashona is as follows:
Preliminary services Monday and
Tuesday. 8 15 a.m.; regular morn-
ing services. 9 a.m.; evening ser-
vice Monday 6:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehr-
man will preach on both days.
Junior congregation services both
mornings of the High Holy Days
will be held at the Temple at 10:30
a.m.
Rabbi S Max Machtei will offi-
ciate at regular services on Fri-
dav 8:30 p.m.. at Tunplt B'nal
Shotom. 16800 SW 22nd Ave with
Cantor Abraham Reiseman chant-
ing the liturgy. Sermon will be
Last Sabbath of the Year 5725."
Sisterhood wiH be hostess to the
Oneg Shabbat following Saturday
morning services are at 9 30 a.m.
Rosh Hashona will be ushered in
on Sunday, 8 p.m.. with the ser-
mon scheduled as "What Would
You Give for a Glimpse into the
Future?" Monday services are at
9 a.m. Sermeo is "What is Your
Biggest Obrtacle in the Coming
Year?" Evening services are at
8:30 p.m.. wAen Rabbi Machtei
will preach on "New Year Resolu-
tion or Revolution?" Second day
of Rosh Ha- preach on "Don't Drive Without a
Spare."
At Congregation Beth El. 500 SW
17th Ave.. Miami, regular Friday
evening services will be at 6 15
p.m.. with Rabbi Solomon Schiff
officiating. Saturday morning ser-
vices are at 8.30 a.m. Rosh Ha-
shona will be launched at services
at 6:15 p.m. Monday services are
at 7:30 a.m. Sermon will be "Sound
of the Shofar." Evening services
are at 6:15 p.m On the second day
of Rosh Hashona. services are bIso
scheduled to begin 7:30 am Ser-
mon will be "A Renewed Deci-
sion."
Rabbi M a y r Abramowitz will
, rficiate at regular Sabbath ser
vices thii week .' Templt Men-
orah, fi? Rosh Hashona will !> ushered in
Sunday. 7 pm Holy Day schedule
for Monday ami Tuesday, i- as fl
lows: Shacharit, 8 a.m: Tor ah
reading 9 30 a.m.. Shofar. 10 am .
iing benediction, l pm. Rabbi
Vbramowitz will preach lH>th days
Cantor Jao-b Kahane renders the
musical |K>rtions of the liturgy, a-
liated by the Temple Choir under
the direction of Herbert Weintr
Beth Torah Congregation, 1051
No Miami Beach Blvd schedules
regular Sabbath Services this
weekend on Friday evening and
Saturday morning, with Cantor Ja-
cob J Renzer rendering the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy The
High Holy Days will be launched
at services Sunday at 6:15 p.m.
Two separate services are slated
Monday and Tuesday Dr Max l.ip-
schiU. spiritual leader of the con-
: gregation. and Cantor Renter will
officiate at the service in the main
sanctuary. Abraham J. Gittelson.
; education director of Be*h Torah.
; and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen- ;
I haum will officiate in the USY I
Chapel. Schedule is as follows for
both days: Shachacis, 730 a.m.; !
Torah reading. 9:10 a.m.: sermon j
on Monday. "To Wait or Not to i
Wait That is the Question." and
on Tuesdav. "Man. Not God Must
Save the World." 10 a.m.; Shofar.
10:45 a.m.: Musaf. 11 a.m; and
Mincha 5:45 p.m. A=sisting at all
services will be Israel Mandel. Irv
ing Kuttler. Rev. David Klein and
Frank Golrtblatt
Temple Tifereth Jacob, 961 Fla-
mingo Way. Hialeah. will hold
Friday services at r, p m.. with
Ted Mohel conducting the Kabbala
Shabbat Saturday services are at '
9 a.m. Kiddush follows Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein will officiate a' service*
ushering in Rosh Hashona Sunday
it ^ pm Services on Monday will
he at 3 30 a.m.. with Mincha at 6
p.m. Second day of Rosh Hashona.
Tuesdav. will al-o feature services
at 8:30 a.m Rabbi Klein will de-
liver the sermons on both days
Beth Jacob Congregation. 311
Wa.<4iington Ave. Miami Beach,
Rabbi Shmaryabu T Swirsky will
conduct regular Sabbath services
this weekend, with Cantor M auric J
Marnches rendering the tiusiJ
portions of the liturgy Rosh H-T
ihona will be ushered in a- Sundatj
-orvices at sunset Monday sertj
will be at 8:30 a.m 5.
'Alone Yet Not Alnr.,-
vices the second day of K ,s
shona will also be at -
with Rabbi Swirsky disci
"Summits in Time and s
Young Israel of Miami 9.,..
Continued on Page 12-A
* Hi-
am
JHount JVcL
Crcmctcry
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invites you to attend
Special Memorial Services
Sunday, October 3
eondurted bu
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
TEMPLE OR OLOM
10:00 A.M.
RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
FLAGLER-GRANADA
10:30 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
RABBI SAMUEL M. MACHTEI
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM
11:30 A.M.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BFTH DAVID
12:00 Noon
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
12:30 P.M.
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM (Hollywoc I
1:00 P.M.
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
TEMPLE JUDEA
1:30 P.M.
RABBI JOSEPH R. NAROT
TEMPLE ISRAEL
2:00 P.M.
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH
2:30 P.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
3:00 P.M.
For Further Information
Call MO 1-7693
*


Fa
iday. September 24. 1965
+Je*lsHk>rMiar
Page 9-A
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
illediscovering Our True Selves
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Tempi* Emm*-EI
1 he !>'-' few months have sepa-'
rated many of us. Like me. many j
ou have been wit of town and
lUi the coun-
!!
It j< gOOd to
that the
year Holi-
n j ; k > a
r ,- c o m-
mi and i< un-
ion
is sigrufl-
thai thLs
od ., l s o
k s homo-
in an-
..nsc. Bc-
rawn by
mysterious ties M |fW - ire cen-
.Id, we are brought closer
magic of the High Holy
Days to our faith, to our tradition,
to our people, to our fellowmen, to
our God.
You are all familiar with the
beautiful words of the Psalmist.
"1 shall lift up mine eyes to the
mountains, from whence hall my
help come'" When have these
words been fraught with more
meaning and significance'
For even though scientific strides
and amazing feats in the conquct
of space have made ours an age
of miracles, we are nevertheless
shaken by fears and anxieties. Our
eyes are turned upwards, and we
too. ask. "Whence shall our help
ccme?"
The observance of the High Holy-
Days is a great opportunity for
finding our way. As we return to
our spiritual home, the synagogue,
for prayer and meditation, we can
rediscover our true selves and
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5726
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE-
RELIGIOUS SERVICES Will BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. i-th STREET
Sunday. October 3rd, 1965
11:00 A.M. [One Week from This Sunday1
Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Solomon Schifl Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICJATfc
Cantor William W. Lip son
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY

ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1I2S N.W. 137th STREET
Sunday. October 3rd. 1965
2:00 P.M. One Week From This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon Sch'rH Habbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
Rabbi Tiber H. Storn
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurke Mamchti
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
$ o $
SCATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
NVMAN CHAiNIt, PrtsMMf
NYMAN F. GALBUT. tofraai Cfc**r
FtfMK tOSINTHAL. C-Ckmirmmm
draw strength from the tried and
tested resources of our faith.
I plead with you to rally to the
call of the Khofar and to approach
th < period with more sincerity and
greater devotion.
The past has taught us that it is
the soul stirring prayer of the lit-
Urgy, aa well as the meaningful
me-sage of the holiday itself, that
can calm the storm, ease the ten-
sions, allay the fears
May the New Year 5726 give u_s
this courage and this faith so that
we, like the psalmist of old. can
repeat t h e joyous affirmation. ;
"Our help cometh from the Lord
Who made heaven and earth."
May we utilize the spiritual
homecoming of this High Holy Day \
season to broaden the horizon of '
our lives, to restore our vision, to
strengthen our hope. Then, in the
words of the Rosh Hashona bless-
ing, this coming year will not be
j just another year but a new
year, a good year, a sweet year
L*Shanah Tova.h Tikasayvu.
Former Security
Chiefs Naming
Shocks Israelis
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre
mier Levi Eshkol's surprise ap- i
pointment of lssr HareJ. former i
Israeli inteligence chief. as his '
general adviser, evoked a political ;
storm in Israel this week. The ap-!
pointment of Harel, who led Is- (
rael's search for Nazi killer, Adotf j
Eichmann. and who was ousted
(WO years ago as chief of Israel's i
secret security services in a dis- !
pute with then Premier David Ben-;
j Gurion. brought him into public '
1 eye for the first time. Publication
! of his name as security chief had ,
been officially forbidden.
In th* deb*t ever handling
fH problm of West German Sci-
entists working on advance weap-
ons systems for Egypt, Mr. Ben-
Gurion had favored minimal pro-
tests to avoid embarrassing the
West German regime, with which
he was then negotiating for arms
for Israel. Mr. Harel favored
vigorous measures, including a
press campaign.
Mr Hard was forced out after
an Israeli government employee
was arrested in Switzerland on
.names of threatening the daugh-
ter of one of the West German BCi-
enlist v
The opposition parties, including
Mr. Ben-Gurion's indein-ndent Is-
rael Workers List, charged that the
appointment amounted to drag-
ging Israel's intelligence affairs in-
to party politics. Mr. Harel. as the
Premier's general adviser, will
oversee both military and non-
military intelligence
Accountants Pick
Barney Bernstein
Barney Bernstein. t'I'A. of Mi
ami, this week was elected to the
Governing Council of the Ameri-
can Institute of Crtified Public Ac-
countants at the Institute's 78th an-
nual meeting in Dallas Tex.
Bernstein, of 6004 SW 64th PI., is
senior partner in the Miami ac-
counting firm of Bernstein and
Patohen
A past president of both the
Florida Institute of CPAs and the
Dade County Chapter. Bernstein is
a member of the National Associa-
ition of Accountants, the Estate
Planning Council of Southeast Flor-
ida, and the Greater Miami Tax In-
stitute. He is a trustee of Temple
Beth Am and a former chairman
of its Board of Directors. In 1962-
63. he was president of the Jewish
Vocational Service.
Bernstein has an accounting de-
gree from New York University
School of Commerce and a law de-
gree from the I'niversity of Miami
Law School.
Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
INVITES THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
COMMUNITY AT LARGE TO ATTEND THE
DEDICATION AND CONSECRATION SERVICES Of
MT. ZION GARDENS
AND
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE SECTION
ON
Sunday. October 3rd, 1965
AT 1:00 P.M.
Services Will Be Conducted By:
RABBI TIBOR H STERN
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER
Young Israel of Greater Miami
RABBI BERYL WEIN
Beth Israel Congregation
RABBI DOV ROZENSWEIG
Cuban Hebrew Congregation
For Information or Directions call TU 5-1689
Community Memorial Prayers
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
Sunday, October 3rd. 1965
Rabbi Murray A. Alstet
will be present in the Park to hold
Community Memorial Services.
All of the Jewish Public Are Invited
at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Members
Sunday. October 3rd. 1965
at 11:30 a.m.
Temple Memorial Services
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
Sunday, October 3rd, 1965
FOR THE FOLLOWING TEMPLES
TEMPLE ZION -
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, 10 A.M.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH -
Rabbi Morris Skop, 1 P.M.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM -
Rabbi Samuel Machtei, 2 P.M.
TEMPLE JUDEA -
Rabbi Moms Kipper, 3 P.M
$ o w
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pJmlst>fk>rXftor
Friday. September 24, 1965
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In the many soul-searching and
ainful studies made to determine
iw the horrible Nazi massacre
European Jewry was possible.
1 e answers and explanations
. ven still fall >hort of being con-
\ ncing.
Even with all the untortunate
t rcumstances taken into con
deration, the magnitude of this
itastrophe remains unconceiv-
: )le. Though the Germans used
1 their talents and modern meth-
Is to organize their plans for the
' inal solution" of the Jewish
oblem by extermination, there
ere nevertheless, enough loop-
' >les left which could have been
(ilized to save millions of the six
r illion whom the Nazis murdered
- ruthlessly.
Why those forces which had
- he power to stop or to slow
town this slaughter remained
:ilen and idle, is really the ques-
-ion of the century which de-
mands an answer.
After all. the Nazi blueprint for
e "final solution" and their es-
i blishments to carry out this
an. were known to responsible
orld political and spiritual lead-
s. as well as to Jewish leaders
itside of the German sphere: and
is essential to evaluate this
agio part of our history with all
.mkness. to avoid a repetition of
ih grave mistakes.
Certainly, among the man] con
- .outing factors which led to the
ilocaiut, the impotency of Jew-
It leadership i an easilj appar-
t it factor The different Jewish
-i-ncies. whose business it was
1 i be concerned with this issue.
:lected their duties when they
* dn't act decisively in an over-
I. far-reaching effort to prevent
1 is catastiophe.
Reading the memoirs of the
leaders ot these organizations on
lose shoulders the responsibility
i r their j>eople lay. we can real-
the futility of their activities
3 id the direction in which their in-
U rests were focused at that time
\ e find them working in labora-
i lies doing scientific research, or
ccupying themselves with abs-
* act problems, even following
narrow-minded group policies, and
I subordinating their own people's
j vital interest to any other inter-
lest
Business went on. almost as
usual, in the congregations and
in these agencies during the per-
I iod when the crematoria were
I working in high gear on their ex
! termination programs; while they
continued their daily pursuits
without any awareness of the pre-
cious time being wasted; when
I each day thousands met their
I martyrd deaths in the scattered
' camps over Europe.
The total moral bankruptcy of
I this leadership is today evident,
and has to be admitted regardless
1 of how frightening and disappoint-
1 ing it is to do so. There are still
a few of these self-imposed lead-
ers around who have not changed
I their way of thinking, and the
same policy is prevalent in their
actions today.
We are vividly reminded of thi>
by Nahum Goldmann. in the re-
cent statements made by him
about Russian Jewry's situation.
when he tries to minimize their
plight, although he is aware that
these people are doomed to dis-
integration unless there is a
united effort to save them from
this fate.
It should be recalled that the
International Red Cross reports
about the extermination camps
which their delegates visited oc-
casionall) suggested that condi-
tions there were "satisfactory,"
and their inspections didn't reveal
any of the obvious crimes being
committed.
These false reports were not
questioned by these leaders re-
gardleaf of the information to the
contrary which was smuggled out
of the camps by the Jewish under-
ground to the effect that whole-
sale slaughter of their people was
going on.
The result was that the millions
designated for extermination in
the camps were forsaken.
Since then, American Jewry
has become the decisive force of
Jewish destiny. The responsibil-
ity of this segment of the Jewish
people is not yet recognized by
its leadership, but it is a re-
sponsibility from which this lead-
ership can not escape.
This leadership is still in its in
fancy; nevertheless, the prevail
ing new spirit is visible with its
positive and militant Jewish at
titude on all Jewish issues
The "moth-balling" of the old
school type of leadership is im
perative and lone overdue. This
was proven by the irresponsible
statements made by Nahum Gold
mann who jeopardized the move
ment and efforts being made to
liberate the three million Russian
Jews who are awaiting our help
so desperately.
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menical Draft Readied
PA) Vatican offi-
this week that
(ho draft deelara
jlic-Jewish relations
luted to the prelates
rnieai Council next
question of when
Hut on remained to
Votinff on the
nust precede a final
i-unicnt at the fourth
ion.
. of that declnra-
wide-ioreed rumors.
m in serious question
Litcs gave it an over-
Ervortbta provisional
vemher. a West Or-
fader told a German
b panel The provi-
tes 1.891 for. V9 against
tcntions.
lirschmann, professor
nit order at Frankfurt
explained that any
_opted by a two-thirds
is considered as virtu-
pted and cannot be
hereafter except by a
pte of the prelates. He
ttent Council commit-
propose only amend-
lulated on the basis of
[contained in positions
who voted "yes. with
m" but such proponed
*ts can be only altern-
nulations of those al-
epted.
ration repudiates once
the ancient charge thai
pa-t nr present, had anj
Bit [or the crucifixion
It in part of a document
liohc Church's relations
Tm.n Christian MUglHIS.
Ihe Moslem and BuddhiM
pjtown, the JeeuM wM,
sake of clarity ami t"
Misunderstanding or mis
nhcr of such alternatives
tiiKfl and formulated for
)\ the Secretariat for the
of Christian Cnity,
cd the initial strong^
rait He declared, how
these proposals did not
substance ol the lest
November, an I could
he draft In c seni i
rsehmann n o t e d that
i> e > n voiced by "one '
the church concerning
pprisals against Catho
Middle East, stemming
jw eeping dismissal of dei-
fees against iho Jewish
said there was no rea
limize such tears, but
equall) true that the
! Council could not
Hive weight to such con
ii expectteac)
^Bp c of the first days of
Ht the fourth session was
^hi".i on freedom of con-
Thftt schema is of inter-
ws for its implied criti-
the denial of that free-
th,. Jews of the Soviet
^t also would serve as a
MtrnaS to countries like Spain,
Hhe Catholic Church is
iwilwiit
and denying anyone's ri^ht to force Three American Cardinals. Frt
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Friday. September 24, \\
Rosh Hashona
Continued from Pag* t-A
1542-1544 Washington Ave.. is the
new name of the former Eu Chaim
Congregation, which will launch
the Rosh Hashona observance Sun-
day 5 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Abraham
Stfassfeld officiating Monday ser-
vices are at 8 am. with the ser-
mon, at 10 30 a.m.. scheduled as
' Birth of Young Israel Tashlch
will be at 5 p.m with a procession
leaving the synagogue Services on
Tuesday, the second day of Rosh
Hashona. will also be at 8 a.m.
Sermon U scheduled as "Sacrifice
uf Isaac'" Evening services both
(?a>- ae..at.,30 p.m Officers of
*_he newly-named congregation are
T Weiner, president; Joshua
S:egel. first vice president; Morris
Salit. vice president and treasurer:
d Seymour Zucker. secretary
Rosh Hashona services at Temple
2mor, 44 Zamora. will begin
uith weekend services Friday at
r 15 p.m. and Saturday at 8 45 a.m.
For the evening session. Rabbi
Maxwell Berger has chosen as his
topic. The Measure of Success."
During the morning observance it
will be Scriptural Reading."
Rabbi Berger and Cantor Ben Dick-
on will officiate at Sunday eve-
ning services ushering in the High
Hoiy Days at 6 p.m. Sermon will be
an "Assemblys. Melodys. Why"
Monday and Tuesday morning ser-
vices are scheduled for 7:30 a.m.
On the first day. Rabbi Berger will
deliver a talk on Whither Man-
kind His subject on the second
day will be "The Holy Congrega-
tion."
Fndav evening services at Tem-
ple Adath YeshvrW. NBSfTB''Mr-
ami Gardens Dr. are slated for 6
p.m. On Saturday during the 8:45
a.m. services. Rabbi Samuel R.
Stone will officiate at the Bar
Mitzvah of Gary, on of Mr. and
Mrs Sol Levine Sabbath sermon
will be on The Sacred Covenant."
With Cantor Maurice Neu and the
choir offering the musical por-
tions of all services Rabbi Stone
will launch the Rosh Hashona holi-
Pswm^mMMi'wi :toi
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION NITZAVIM
Moses speaks to all Israel, men and women, from the
woodman to the drawer of water
"Ye are standing this day all of you before the Lord
" your God: your heads, your tribes, your elders, and
your officers" NITZAVIM "Ye are standing all day all of you before
the Lord your God that thou shouldst enter into the cov-
enant of the Lord thy Goo and into His oath which the
Lord they God maketh with thee this day; that He may establish
thee this day unto Himself for a people, and that He may be
unto thee a God. as He spoke unto thee, and as He swore unto
thy fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. Neither with
you only do I make this covenant and this oath; but with him
that standeth here with us this day before the Lord our God.
and also with him that is not here with us this day The se-
cret things belong unto the Lord our God; but the things that are
revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we
ma> do all the words of this law" (Deut 29.9-28).
"1 call heaven and earth to witness against you this day.
that I have set before thee life and death, the blessing and the
curse; therefore choose life, that thou mayest live, thou and thy
seed (Deut. 30.19).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted end based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schleng.
' J lie lAJaldntan jf-antily
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for a Very Happy New Year
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day on Sunday at 6 p.m. His sub-
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starting at 8 a.m. Monday, sermon
topic will be "The Sacred Sound of
the Shofar Schedule for the bal
ance of the day includes teen
ager's service at 10 a.m.; Junior
Congregation at 11 a.m. and eve-
ning at 6 p.m Rabbi Stone's con-
cluding sermon will be 'How We
Stand." During 8 am. services on
Tuesday, he will speak on "A Day
cf Remembrance "
Young Israel of Greater Miami
990 \E 171st St, has slated Friday
evening services for 6:15 p.m. On
Saturday morning during service*
to begin at 9 a.m.. Rabbi Sherwin
Staubers theme will be "Prelude
to the New Year" Oneg Shabbat
Iat 3 30 p.m. will be followed by
XJmcha at 6.15 p.m. High Hoey
Days will be ushered in on Sunday
at 5:45 p.m., with Rabbi Stauber
.conducting Rush Hashona services
on Monday and Tuesday at 8 am.
Rabbi Samuel April will conduct
weekend services at Temple Or
Olom, 8755 SW 16th St., as well 81
j the High Holy Day observance
with Cantor Nico Feldman offer-
ing the musical portion of the ser-
vices Morning schedule on Mon-
day and Tuesday is slated for 8
| a.m. Rabbi April's sermon the
first day will be on "Today IJfe
for You as a Jew." Topic the sec-
ond day is on the subject Tomor-
row The World and the Jew "
Weekend services at Temple Beth
Tov 6438 SW 8th St.. will be con-
ducted by new spiritual leader
Rabbi Z. Glixman assisted by the
choir under the leadership of So-
phia K Lurie. Rosh Hashona ser-
vices will begin on Sunday at 6
p.m. First and second day observ-
ance on Monday and Tuesday is
slated for 8 a.m.
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Program scheduled was to be
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Page 13-A
Israel Bond Campaign Maps Holy Day
ppeal in Synagogues Throughout Area
distinguish SlKVKt
i tradition established some
ears go, thousands of Miamians
I lug in synagogues and Tern-
hes throughout the area at High
lolidaj services this wekend will
nm in launching the fall phase
this year's record breaking Is-
:.| Bond campaign.
Kabbi l.eon Kronish. chairman
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
)v;.uii/ation. reported that the
irgest number of synagogues in
|h.' history of the Greater Miami
grael Bond effort will take part
the drive to Ml] S3 million worth
Israel Bonds in the community.
[any l the congregations will
the effort with pulpit ap
ervieea on Rosh
I Vom Kippur. while
>thi rs are planning impns
on behalf of Israel
lake place during the
era! months.
Ribbi Kronish pointed out
a greater number of syna-
tnan ever before are
^g to have Israel Bond
-. this year, joining these
i-iogues which have helped
nake Miami's role for Israel
sndi an exemplary one
.hout the nation in past
.is a result of their out-
'ding Israel Bond dinners."
i I i II
the firsl syna i
Boi i v
> T< mple Beth Shol
.i. Ucl :' llus
h) dinners to be given
I ih Congregation, ;
nu-El, Temple Menorah,
Net Tamid and rempie
\m Dinners are also being
bj Congregation
ongregation Beth Raphael,
loth Israel Conrepation, tempi
. and Temple Zion.
Israel Bond effort this year
nil ix- augmented by a number
immunity wide events which
new (Hi the calendar of the
drive ami of the community,
II (standing among ttie>e are din
to l>e sponsored by the
'i nist Organization and B'nai
frith.
Among the highlights of the
Campaign will be the dinner spon-
sored by the Labor Zionist Or
[anization, An innovation earlier
li. year, an Israel Bond dinner
Sponsored by the residents of Mor
in Towers, is expected to have
udespread effect in inspiring
Wier high-rise apartments to un
lertake similar events for Israel

New on the calendar of the
i U'ael Bond campaign this year
is the Chanuka Festival to be
|r-"!d on Saturday evening, Dec.
|H at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, featuring a galaxy of
Is'ars from the world of enter-
[tunment. Eligible to attend this
'lew Judaea Club
it Emanu-EI
rempie Emanu-EI, Miami Beach
P '- the formation of an
remediate and Senior Young
laea ilub.
roung Judaea, six.n-.riMi by
lassah and the ZOA, will hnl.l
district III conclave at Camp
lissa Bauer. Homestead, on
>l>er 1 to 3.
articipating will be JudUMM
Temple Ner Tamid, Beth
Ite and Temple Beth Sholom.
p Will be "Weather and Its
"t i nee to Israel." The 8th to
grade* are allowed for this
lend.
*"i'K Judaea acted aa ushers
'' rally on Soviet Jewry held
!> Miami Beach Auditorium
inday I'shers and usherettes
chosen from Temple Ner
Bethe Moshe Congi
and Temple Beth Sholom
Judai groupa
ludaee dtj
richason.
AW ADD MCf 15 4
viti will be 1HS Israel Bond
purchasers.
Climaxing the 1965 campaign will
, be the gala Ambassador's Ball,
traditionally held under the pat-
| ronage of the Ambassador of Is-
1 rael and the Governor of Florida.
| The ball will take place on Sun-
l day evening. Dec. 26.
In announcing plans for the 1965
1 fall Israel Bond campaign to be
: launched during the High Holi-
| days. Rabbi Kronish said, "Our
thoughts naturally turn to Israel
at this holiest of all times in our
calendar. We reflect with joy on
the progress achieved in Israel as
the result of our participation in
the Israel Bond program. A bar-
ren land has been reclaimed, a
persecuted people has been re-
stored, democracy has been given i
rebirth in the ancient homeland of |
the Jewish people."
Rabbi Kronish emphasized that
"Israel Bonds have furnished the
economic resources for the estab-
lishment of new settlements
throughout the country, especially
I in the hitherto desert regions of
1 the Negev where tens of thousands
have been provided with housing
; and jobs.
"As we prepare to rededicate
: ourselves to our faith and our
i democratic way of life at the High
Holidays, so. too, should we re-
dedicate ourselves to the Israel
Bond effort as the key instrument
for insuring an economically se-
oure Israel in the future." Rabbi
Kronish said
Israel Envoy in Germany
Favors Youth Exchange
BONN (JTA) A s h e r Ben-
Nathan, Israel's Ambassador to
West Germany, said this week in
an interview with the German
Press Agency that he favored a
youth exchange between Israel
and West Germany. He said he felt
the present generation of German
youth was not responsible for the
crimes of fcheir fathers during Hit-
ler's Third Reich.
He also referred to West Ger-
man pledges to provide economic
aid to Israel, which were incorpor-
ated in the talks leading to the
exchange of diplomatic relations,
and said he hoped negotiations
would be satisfactory to both side?.
He said he had come to West Ger-
many to facilitate mutual goals in
a "dialogue in free and open lang-
uage" and to attain good political
i and economic contacts.
He said he favored particularly
i W e s t German-Israel cooperation
i in the cultural sphere. Discussing
! his impressions of his flrt imontli in
Bonn as envoy, he said "I have
i found a friendly welcome and I
; have been treated very well. Ev-
; erywhere I have had the possibility
of free and open talks about our
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WMOUK SCHUlmAN SAHAH SIIVIKMAM
CEN. miZMANN
(Seymour Silver mans Chosen to Receive
Israel's Distinguished Service Award
Mr and Mrs Seymour Silver-
Lan have been selected to receive1
iveted Slate of Israel Dis- (
[. tried Service Award
The aard will be conferred up
i \ Kvniph lifth Sholom Israel Dinner
[,,. state "" Saturday evening,
1,1,1 9, .,: the Doral Beach Motel.1
|,t was announced by Rabbi Leon
|k mish, spiritual leader of Temp4e
Sholom and chairman of the
I ,-. iter Miami Israel Bond Or-
tion.
The Distinguished Servlca
Award will be presented to tha
Silvermacis in rwtognition *
their place a* "devoted leaders
in the service of the Temple, the
community, the people of Israel
and the land of Israel, person-
ifyir.g the vigorous, dynamic
leadership which has made Beth
Sholom one of the leading Tem-
ples of the nation and a guiding
force in the Americ
for a free, secure,
Israel."
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Coming to Miami for the occa
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founder and Commander-in-Chief
of Israel's Air Force. One of Is-
rael's great national heroes. Gen
Wei/niann led ru> nation's Air
Force during the War of Liberation
ami the Sinai compaign.
A distinguished roster of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom leaders will form
the committee of patron-hosts for
the dinner. Serving as chairmen
of the committee are Mr and Mrs.
Jonas l Brotman. who were to
host a en ki.nl reception for the
Patron-llosl Committee members
ai Iheir home on Sunset Island 3.
on TTtursdaj evening.
The annual Tempi.- Beth
Sholom-Israel Bond Dinner has
become a tradition in the com-
munity and customarily initiates
the fall Israel Bond drive. In an-
nouncing thi- year's dinner. Kabbi
Kroni-h noted that the event will
be a dinner dance.
He said, "Israel has come a
lom; way in the years since our
Temple sponsored the fir>t Israel
Bond event and our members have
come a long way in their support
of this program. From the S125,-
000 worth of Israel Bonds pur-
chased by our members at our first
function in 1956, the sum pur-
chased by our members now at
our annual Israel Bond dinners ex-
ceeds a half million dollar-.
"Obviously, each year more
and more members have pur-
chased more and more Israel
Bonds. Our annual Israel Bond
dinner is as much a fact of our
congregational life as the High
Holidays season.
This year, as we honor Seym
our and Sarah Silverman, I am
confident that our dinner will not
only be an occasion of joy and
pride, but an inspiring reflection
of our understanding of the econ-
omic needs of a growing Israel."
Weizmann Branch farband
eral, Arthur Godfrey Rd., was '
, second anniversary dinner to bi I
Main topic on the agenda (rf shelborne Hotel on Oci 9 t
Chaim Weizmann Branch Farband
meeting on Tuesday at Chase Fed- P*"
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are Mrs. Max Jacobson. program chairman, Mrs.
Kaplan. Mrs. Ralph Hankin and Mrs. Max Silver,
of Jewish family livinq, at the first meeting of the
j : of Beth David Congregation Sisterhood.
Beth David Women
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Miami, Florida, Friday, September 24, 1965
Section 3
ORT Executive Back from Rome
, Weiner, president,
. ;.. first meeting of the
I ._..- of Beth David Congre-
Si -rhnod last Wednesday.
|nt< rpretation of the Mean-
in oi l. High Holy Days" was
Mrs So! Landau, wife
I,...!., new spiritual lead-
tr
\ table-setting appropriate for
the High Holy Days was prepared
by Mrs Max Silver, chairmen of
Jewish family living, and Mrs
Frank Rose, co-chairman.
Theme of the Wednesday pro-
gram we* "A Conversation Piece,"
directed b> Mrs Max Jacobson. In
the ca.-t were Mesdames Ralph
Hankin. Seymour Kaplan. Max R.
Silver and Manuel I.ubell.
Mr< Herri Rosenblatt, national
vice president and expansion
chairman for the Southern area
Of Women- American ORT and a
member Oi the Hoard of directors
Ol the American ORT Federation,
has returned from her mission as
a delegate to the World ORT Con
greSS in Home
The multi-national character of
ORT was projected in Rome as
representatives from 25 countries
covering almost every corner of
the globe gathered to assess ORT's
progress in the la si five years and
the challenges which lie ahead.
Emphasis was given to the prob-
lems of North African refugee:
flooding the shores of France,
where Moslem and Jewish youth
stand side by side. ORT is help-
in.: then- .voting people to become
productive citizens
Also under consideration was,
the need to expand services for.
immigrants in Italy, and expan-
iion in Israel which will doubl"
ORT's enrollment in the next five
years
Dr. Abram Sachar. president of
Srandeis University, speaking at
the closing dinner. cautioned
against being lulled into aban-
doning the realism of "'self-help."
Elected officers of World ORT
were president. Dr. William Hab-
r. dean of the University of
Michigan: chairman of the Execu-
tive Committee, Daniel Mayer,
former French Minister of Labor;
ice president. Mrs. Max M.
Rosenberg, national president
Vomcn s American ORT
Prior to her departure for
Rome. Mrs Rosenblatt visited th.?
ORT school in New York Citj
where she witnessed immigrants
being helped to a new life through
ORT training.
Following the Congress, she at-
tended graduation exercises of
the oK'i Teachers Institute in
Geneva, where former ORT gradu
ates from many lands, being train
i ed a.s teachers, go back to their
! own countries to benefit other
youths like themselves.
Mrs Rosenblatt brought greet-
ings from the 65.0OO American
women engaged in the reconstruc-
tion of the lives of deprived and
uprooted boys and girls, men and
women through vocational and
technical training.

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They gathered. oer 100 strong.
to honor "Uncle Herman** (Hi)
; on the occasion oi his 85th
la\ Binders room at the
Musicians Club of America very
l'.nckly filled with records, pic-
tures, books and gifts while tele-
irams of congratulations poured
in from everywhere Ho^ess-
festivities in honor of the
man who is credited with bring-
onununity concerts to Miami
Beach were Mrs I. Clarence Levy
and I)r Bertha Foster, dean
e neritus of the University of Mi-
..mi School of Music and founder
president of the Musicians Club
President emeritus of the Mi-
ami Beach Music and Arts
l-eague. and an honorary of Trail
Blazer*, national organization of
Life Underwriters, Binder's
brand of "retirement" includes
active promotion of music in Mi-
ami Among artists who dem-
'i-tratt-d their affection for
I nele Herman" by performing
Lit lu part} were brilliant young
"pianist composer Muhele Levin;
Cellist Richard Strauss; Ruth
Ptaffo. mez/o soprano; and Can-
or Jacob Bornstein. of Temple
rael
ISABEL GROVE
r-t and rlptress, has a showing
of oils and woodcuts at the Sun-
set Theatre through Oct. 2
rp
Rabbi David Shapiro, piritual
leader of Hollywood Temple Si-
nai, and his wife, have returned
from a summer tour of the Ori-
ent and visits with Jewish com-
munities there Rabbi Shapiro
found no native Jews in Japan,
most having c o m e in the past
four decades, and as soon as their
children grow to maturity, they
send them to countries with a
large Jewish population How-
ever, addressing 50 men, women
and children at a Saturday morn-
ing service in Tokyo. Rafcbt Sha-
piro found "their spiritual fervor
tmlv inspiring, and the commun-
al Sabbath meal which followed
a beautiful Oneg Shabbat"
The Shapiros found t>tr second of
the two synagogues in Japan at
K< be. where it caters to about 20
9ephardlC Jewish families
The IC.) Jewish families ui Hong
Kong do quite well, according to
Rabbi Shapiro, but in Singapore,
where then- were previously 1.000
Jtwish families, the number has
shrunk to fewer than 100 As
Reg] Yanieh. North Miami art- Continued on P9 *
IH H
r Clarence Levy, of Key Biscayne. congratulcles Herman
^der en his 85th birthday at a function honoring Binder at
Musicians Club oi America.

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Or Olom Ladies Fashion Luncheon Slated for Oct. 26
"^

Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom is
planning ii~ annual 'Tres Elegant"
fashion show luncheon for Tues-
\i\\ noon, Oct 2H. al Hi, New
Everglades Root
Paahiona will tx' by Both Wchor.
fDM by Adrian Thai, hair stylo>
and wigs by Minna, musical ac-
companiment by Mis. John Huff,
and featuring guest commentator, tin Hirsh, Harry Sarnoff and Lest
TV personality Virginia Hooker.
Chairing the affair in Mrs. Al
Levenson assisted by Mrs, Edward
Block. Committee includes Mes-
dames Bod singer. Saul Gelb, Mor-
ris Drahick, Ralph Fistel, Allen
Kurzweil. Barbara Schocket. Mai
Glaser.
Ways : is Mrs, Gerald Schwartz, anil pres
dent of .sisterhood is Mis Mil
ray Rosenberg.
Rabbi Samuel April is spiritual
leader of the congregation.

Brown Joins Restaurant
Arthur Brown has joined Joe
Berkan in the active management
of the Hobin Hood Restaurant.
Brown ami Berkan. with partners
r w_ t i /*_ *\t o- Katz and Ted Weisbarg, re-
Left to right are Mrs. Murray Rosenberg. Temple Or Olom Sis- ct.n,h. sol(| Dlll)rovs Restaurant,
lerhood president, and Mrs. Al Levenson, chairman of the Miami Beach, for a reported half-
' Tres Elegant" fashion show luncheon. million dollars
fine Uses Will
|e Discussed
\ lynch Jr., wine
, will discuss the eti
, an(| USea of wine at th.
membership tea of the
ipter Brandeis National
i ommittee Also on the
i will be Brandeis "65", a
a m pus life
huh i- slated i"
n will be at tl e
i ttj London 1706
Ri \ ations chair
- Bettj l ondon
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TuEreK(beeVER b IS A X KFORTS mm
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Italian flavor in thia new Cheese Ravioli
feastl Juat heat...and here's what you
terve! Italian-tasting tender little macaroni
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with aavory tomato sauce, simmered with
mushrooma and cheese, and seasoned to
perfection in the real Italian way.
What a treat to serve...tastier and
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, MANNA ;
GATHERED FOR YOU BY
MIRIAM FIELD
ROSH HASHANA EDITION
Tekiah! The creation of the world. The coronation of
the Creator. The binding of Isaac. The Revelation at
Sinai. The destruction of the Temple. The Day of
Judgment at the End of Days. Memories min-
gle, past and present and messianic future
w^.'Y merge in the soul-susotatmg sounds of
fcjj.vH, the ram's horn. These sounds are likened
^c"^.\ (an interpretation I pa- to a
w-'\\ secret language
%? v ?} />:s&'. to Mai anc his Make.
ffij
THE
XIKIrKT \-&
LMNiMGK -^
"Eat the fat and drink the sweet," said the Prophet (
Nehemiah. To eat apples dipped in honey is
old deiicious custom, representing our hope(
for a sweet new year. The bee stings yet brinj
forth sweetness and. similarly, we trust that life's pangs wi
be ba'anced by life's pleasures. Honey, richly symbolic, adds
a golden touch to many of our seasonal nostalgia-seasoned
specialties. Here, for instance, all sweetness and light, is
A HONEY OF A HONEY CAKE
2 cups unsifted flour
2 teaspoons Royal
Baking Powder
teaspoon baking soda
j teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon Chase &
Sanborn Instant Coffee
'. cup water
2 eggs
1 cup sugar
?3 cup honey
i-2 cup Planters Peanut Oil
1 can (4-ounce) Planters
Blanched Almonds,
chopped
1 tablespoon brandy extract
In a small mixing bowl combine flour, Royal Baking Powder,
baking soda and salt. Set aside. Dissolve Chase & Sanborn
Instant Coffee in water. Set aside. In a large mixing bowl,
beat eggs and sugar until light. Stir in honey and Planters
Peanut Oil: combine well. Mix in flour mixture alternately
with dissolved coffee. Add Planters Almonds and brandy ex-
tract Pour into an oiled 9x5x3-inch loaf pan. Bake at 350 F.
for 1 hour, or until done. Makes one honey of a honey cake.
L'KOVED YOMTOV-FREE TREASURY OF FESTIVE RECIPES
Gala ways with chicken and turkey and lamb. Traditional
goodies like mmm-mandelbroit and nibblesome new ones
like coconutty cookie-buns and blue danube doughnuts. For
a dozen of my favorite recipes (each one tried, tested and
triumphant), write to me. Miriam Field, Manna About Town,
12th Floor, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York 10017. This
free "Treasury" is yours, with the compliments of the makers
of Chase & Sanborn Coffees and Planters Oil fine products
made under year-round Rabbinical supervision, made to make
yomtov more yomtovd.k and every day more festive.
We,at Standard Brands,
are honored that many
of our carefully kosher
products have been the
trusted friends of the
Jewish homemaker for
many generations. We
share your hopes and
prayers for 5726. May
the year be a year of
health and happiness,
a year of plenty and of
peace...for the House
of Israel and for
all mankind.
isran
icnnm
MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD
BRANDS EXCLUSIVE-EXCLUSIVELY FOR
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Friday. S*t".ember .:
Ooc/a//f
for lygngnes -
ti>ere are t*>o. hotfa Sepear*c

Mr aad Xn Joseph AIM erf
3C Afiuon Ed. no* in Balti-
more where they "J1 be fete*
Oet 2 oc their 5*ck wedd*eg anni-
versary Duer party at the
saraci S-ibsrbii dab heing
pu.--r.2 for hu parent* by Irving
Aivtr n-d fits wile Other naes-
cn a* the clan gathero* lor
the Goide AnBrersarv ceiehra-
tMB are Hsac Beaeh.tes Mr and
\fc- J e r r ; ftescjek. firing ^P
wna ieverai ineod*. grandE>
L CFsabel K^f
rove
<&-*= R:cisart Alter, mwiag *
mot ** **"
I o Ma.-- laiyi V Barbara
A." ?.r:cic 4 *>
sou Barry Resndt. Miami Beach
Ht*- *' ****? Aittr Part
school erf Marj land Tbe aappy
evcfll will bring together family
and friends treat all over the
cooBtry man; who have not seen
oa* irwtnrr for naay a year
truly, an affair to be loog remem-
bered.

Genera! exodas from the Mi-
ami Beach h*m* of the Eari Pert-
noys that weekend Ir+iZtAi*
Sunshine Chapter
To Open Season
Scnsha* Chapter B'aai B1
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Sprigs Villas AddtHon
The ae- Mb-fltea hertel addition
'j, M;ami Spring* V-.iias 'later
tneted about Jan 15. ill
am I T'/p of tne Villas *.- of 1 '- ft 1" Brims
Or Olom Slates
Member Coffee
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the

Lc*s If, leaving for Ohio State.
aere *e"U major education
FoUo--ng ciosely on her
heels, brother S*d. a student -t
Pmlip'i Academy in Andover.
Mass. .
The entire Harry Herskowrtz
family, nearly 85 of 1MB, turned
up for the bns of an 8 lb. 8 or
baby boy bom to Jerome and
flubbit Herskwnti on Monday.
S*pt. 13. at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital proud granddad
Harry is prexy of City Laundry
Nat long ago. he endowed La
Petite Cafe Coffee Shop at Cedars
m honor of bis wife and sons

The Berlin Wall, erected since
hs last visit to the area five years
ago. a very unpieasa" rai .": to
Max A. Schwartz, of Miami Beach
As be left West Berlin to a
ter the eastern sector at Check
Point Charley, his passport *as
scrutin-z'-^. twice by Ru-
d;ers. he had to declare and -
the
m. ms -
- car un-
Dont fiddle around:
When it comes to
gefilte fish
Mothers
knows best.
.
i
] iuse we don't fiddle around when we make
gefilti fish! We use only the plumpest, iuick I
\< ungfishfresh from icy Northern Ukcs. \\ e
add just the ri^lit pinch oi spices. Then-just
like the mothers CM oldwe Jw v.mmer our
gefilte fish to bring out all its tender, delicate
flavor. Result: Mother's gefilte lish has that
i litjonal taste and texture that's just like
le. So for glorious dining during the
High Holy Daysand f< i i
-serve Mother's, the fish for compliments.
and d
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Kosher (Q) Pareve
from the s{x,tln lutchenj i -**- back u '
Max tr.ere wasnt
;Ce on the
Brfa, whereas
re* Berba bai sa ^, oetedei the
M.axi Beaebite ihe
travel in Eur'.pe the happier I
am. be*n a- AMriM elttM
Uriag fa the good old l ^
a
Soj^jumin? tfl Europe. Mr and
Mrs Irving Wiu viewed one bit
of scenery not yet included in the
guide books of Italy damage
caused by the recent landslides
there Last stop for the couple
before returning to this cnatry.
Mrian But before heading
home Mr and Mrs^ Wlu H
make a stopover m Ptahff*^
for a visit with children and
27andchildr-r.

A definite sigr. that vivacious
Ruth Mrs Moms Lerner of Fa
rr.ous Restaurant, is recuperat-
ing at Cedars of Lebanon
is to
kosher dishe- >erve -o^n
njtj lead"

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three aeeks in New Y ri ,.
-,th a throat mfe-
*-hich she a now rat
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TotAU!
Forallyx :s-
c:-:
there's a sc^: a Domino Sugar
Granulated, Brcn Brand,
Confectioners 10-X Powdered,
Deluxe Instant Superl -e. Dark
Brown, Light Brown, Crystal
Tablets, Hostess Tablets, and
Domino Dots. All with Domino
purity and perfect sweetness,
the favorite sugar in Jewish homes
throughout the land!
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TRADITIONAL IN JEWISH IIOMI.S
Certified Kosher Parve by Rabbis Hersch Kohn and Bernard Levy.

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GENUINE IMP0R1 J
SWiSS HAS RE; .
TA'AM
OF
SWITZERLAND
Look for "SwitrerlanJ
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or chunk you buy. 1 a
you are sure of getting the
matchless qualits J
nut-like ta'am of genu
Swiss Cheeseproduced
in Switzerland and no-
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Swiss (Ikm'ss
La.
At last! A margarine
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1. 100o DAIRY FREE
2. LIQUID MAZOLA
CORN OIL
3. NEW NO-BURN FORMUlA
MAZOLA
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Friday Septembr 24. 1988
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dtcitHCf owi Sftectacutan, V*Ume & Cfoice
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We carry a complete variety of
FRESH WATER FISH
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Lake Whitefish, Yellow Pike, etc.
Tfle null qfadUf pujkane youx oiden,
etactty cu you deavie it...
n* extna cAanye. ^ counte!
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BAKING
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WHITEFISH
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER NEW YORK STYLE
PASTRAMI B 89
SMOKED SALMON FRESHLY SMOKED
Nova Scotia Lox *-. 69<
IMPORTED
Schmaltz Herring IA ...29
FRESHLY PREPARED
Turkey Salad ?" 49
ARTHUR'S DELICIOUS MADE W,TH S0UR CREAM ^
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Maria and Mi and Ml Vbe Unn-
Mr BMC Adler and Jeanette Hotchkisc did
th bonon for the Raus daughter. F.ssie who
with her husband. Arthur Adler was in Japan at
th-- time of the party

IN TIME FOR "BETSY"
( arol and Arthur Cour#>on moved from their
home on baytonia Road to North Bay Road du-
nr.e Bety While Carol as buy seeing to the un-
packing inside. Arthur supervised the boarding up
outside. Carol, who is a strict modernist, said


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let Morry and I
and
OKI
FABULOUS FLAGLER
i
nd the dinner guests si
, ;h i see thi
David Meeht stop -
Sidney I^ft-ourt and their g
Paul Sobel Mr and Mrs. Aaron Farr. and Stan-
ley C. Myers, just back fron Rico and
enroute to hLs summer home in HenderaonviUe
Marjorie I Mrs Bill I afaeur -aid to be sun- not to
raw the "Cbalekh" with raisins Jack Cooper.
d< -bonair in a light blue jacket was sitting at a
table with Bernie Frank. Seen dinins were Penny
and Lenny Steiner Penny Ls the daughter of
Lee and Louis Goldman Hermine and Henry
Weiner. Mr and Mrs Dan Dubbin, and Mr. and
Mr* David Ponve. Franca* Lehman
ilrst Wishes
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
COUNCILMAN JOE MALEK
Jjcfi 11 isnet for a
FROM THE
OFFICERS and
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF
Beth Raphael Dedication Hears Rabbi Greenwald
Rabbi Zevi Greenwald served as
< airman of the evening and dehv-
i ed the major address dunns the
H iration of the new Beth Ra
1545 Jefferson
on Saturday -
Some MM persona attended the
hivh was followed by

s ted by <
.1 11 Bi
Hall, Miami
Setfer-
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, the evenii included
/i ,v > p, : president Laurence
Beriint il lee pre
mi Morris Schwartiman,
liwaanrrr; Benjamin Agronow. sec- Jack Kubel. Samuel Hussein,
retary; Ralph Krieger. secretary; Sanero. Isidor Sosna. Julius
Julius
Rath
OF MIAMI
5.W. 27th Avenue at 7th Street
dust off the trail)
Phone 445-5341
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be held on Monday, Oct. 4. s 15
p ni in the Musk ROOm. Ma< <>
Bchaffer prosjfam ohairman, has
arrai Red lor Luther Evana, sport*
write,-, and an official at football
gainer for the University of Miami
over the past 20 year-, to In.- guest
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3m extends
Best wishes Por a
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new ye\n
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Friday. September 24, 1965
*Jmisti rkrltlnn
Paqe 7-B
lAjishing Happy Holiday Season
MOTHERS
REGULAR GEFILTEFISH
MANISCHEWITZ
REGULAR GEFILTEFISH
MANISCHEWITZ
Fruit Wine
GOODMAN'S MANISCHEWITZ STREIT'S
Matzoh Meal
MOTHER'S
Margarine
TULKOFF
Horseradish
MANISCHEWITZ
Chicken Soup
MANISCHEWITZ C
Vegetable Soup I
TRADING STAMPS
WITH ALL
PURCHASES
STEVENS
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Friday. September 24, 1PF5
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Gabriela Landau, wife of Rabbi Sol Landau, now spi-
ritual leader of Beth David Congregation, was not intimi-
dated by the royal hurricane welcome she received. She
felt that the warmest welcome given by the people them-
selves at her husband's installation last week with Prof.
Bernard Mandelbaum, of the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary officiating, offset Betsy and all her fury. GarbMla
has the trace of a fascinating accent which is hard to place
unless you know her background. She was born in a small
town in Northeast Germany near the Baltic Sea. The pic-
turesque city of Stolp still retained its centuries old city
walls.
It was around Pesach time before the war, in 1938. that
the biggest exodus of Jews took place. Gabriela's father,
a lawyer, and mother and sister went to Panama It was
a terrible uprooting her father was head of the Jewish
community, as well as the owner of the furniture factory
employing 500 people. Both
her mother and grandmother
had been president of the Wom-
en's International Zionist Organi-
zation. After two years in Panama,
they came to Jacksonville. Fla..
where Gabriela went to Jackson-
ville College. She is deeply inter-
ested in photography. On arriving
in New York, she took lessons,
and later became the chief assist-
ant to a photographer whose work
appears in all of the best maga-
zines. Gabriela herself has won
many awards for her photographs.
She has had exhibitions In the Mu-
seum of Modern Art Right of her
pictures were included in a show
;.t the University of Lyons in
France, and her photographs were also in the Hudson Street
Library, as well as at the Cleveland Institute of Art.
It was in Cleveland that she won first prize for her
entry in the Jewish Community Center Art Show, three
times in a row Gabriela rarely does portraits except of
her family, and has some lovely ones of the children. She
is more interested in documentary and pictorial photo-
graph), having recently illustrated one of her husband's
articles on conversion.
As the wife of a rabbi, her whole life is centered around
the synagogue and the community. Always active in Zionist
and Jewish affairs, she remembers that as a child of six
in Germany she was a member of the Maccabees. In Jack-
sonville, she was sent to the Brandeis Camp by the Zionist
Youth Committee. Having a deep religious feeling and
an intense desire I" go to Israel, she attended c-la- .
Hebrew al the Jewish Theological Seminary. This is where
she met her husband and instead of going to Israel she
married.
The Landaus have two children. Ezra and Tamara.
who have been brought up in a home filled with the ideals,
values, and traditions "f Judaism
The Sisterhood of Beth David is Gabriela's first con-
as well as Hadassah, which has always been close
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Philip Horowitz officiating.
The marriage was solemnized on
the bima given to the Temple by
the bride's maternal grandfather,
the late Lester Blaushild The
bride and her attendants dressed
in the Temple's Brid.il Room do-
nated by the bride's parents. Mi-
an] Mrs A D, Pelunis, in honor of
fcheir three daughters,
The bridal gown, originally worn
by the bride's mother, was ivory-
satin, trimmed with seed pearls.
The new butterfly veil was
trimmed with the original pearls.
Blue and green decor was worn
by the mothers of both bride and
groom, as well as by her attend-
ants and bridesmaids. Natalie and
Geri Pelunis served as their sis-
ter's honor attendants Miss Karen
Keller. Miss Renee Blaushild and
Miss Nancy Katz, of Detroit, were
bridesmaids.
Best man was Frank Meyer, of
Miami Beach, the groom's brother.
Serving as ushers were Peter A.
Ornstein, of Madison. Wise.. Jo-
seph B. Cimilluca. of Hempstead
N.Y.. and Robert Borak. of Cincin-
nati. O.
After a honeymoon in Mexico.
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the newlyweds will make their
home in Cincinnati.
The groom is a graduate of the
University of Miami and received
his Master- degree at the Colum-
bia University School of Social
Work. The bnde l- a senior at the
University of Cincinnati.
Yaeger, Stofsky
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs Moe Yaeger, of
li.it Lenox Ave Miami Beach,
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Susan Carol, to Norman
Jaj Stofsky, son ol Mi and Mrs
Hyman Stofsky, of Br toklyn, \ V
M;.- Yaeger is ate of
Miami Beach Sei ior l ligh S< h
and is presently attending the Uni-
versity ol Miami as a major in
elementary education She is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
Mr. Stofskj ;- a graduate of
En smus Hall High School, the
Fashion Instil I I I e hnol igj
and Citj York He
is present!) employed as produc-
tion man.i. er : Spiewak & Sons,
Inc.
A Jum ling is planned
Martha Homier,
Medical Student
Plan Marriage
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Her fianci i Iso attended the
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Beta, science honorarv. and on
the Dean's 1 ial
Now a si nior at tlu Universit)
Of Miami School o: Medicine
when- Ins field in ne imsurgery,
he is a member of Phi Delta Fp-
silon Medical Fraternitj
Pal/of Attends Seminar
Ronald Pallot, vice president of
Norton Tire Company, participat-
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Atlanta. Ga
Weizmann Branch farband
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temple Beth Am held dance
in tha Social Hall which pre
.!..l the Temple's midnight Sel-
service last weekend Rabbi
i i \i Baumgard offui.it. d
an original candlelight service
\t the restiviUea prior to the
t, were the Alan Renja-
mir- SJu* wore a black and white
hatiste shift in an unusual n*<-
pnnt. which was detailed
, double-tiered white ornan-
ilar and cuffs Mrs Dory
icti chota .1 two piece k>ii
knit cocktail ensemble
4ie brought back from Is-
Uao in knit was Mrs Mar
llochman. featuring bla-.-k.
il and silver lame in a
design with an abstract mo-
i"vm into the renter of each
cfc Mrs Kalph l^'Mlnir wrai in
with the overblows*- fe.i
i round collarless neckline
flaring A line skirt.
iy|RS Jerome Robinson was in
' .'ni'.i. tic olored --iIk and
|{er fitted bodice w.is m
and had .. huh neck iru
i lei length sleeves Hit
sku as in the silk Muted
: reen w< the pre
rotors in the linen print
--uit worn by Mr- Milton
i Her hip-length I..
n the ChanelsYESaxi
Hoi pink
i- n n i Mi i Mi
' Her neckline was huh
t and di| pe I to .i V in
I her -kirt had the i
ess ol nil ton
I Bth w ill:
-.' ighetti sti.,; s nraa
Arthur Itaui hwci ::w \
bow \s ;t fi trailing sti
iu shoulder Mrs M
1 inskj emerald green knit
ensemble was banded in Mack
Black lace tear-drops edged the
oyerblouse ol the black silk two.
piece dre-. winch Mrs Sig Groat
w i ire
luiRs Stuart Rothchiid selected
" black and white Her sleeve-
shi ath had a modified pais-
and her black dn
coal I with jet
d slits to I
Raw si]
ens was
bj Mrs. Marvin Wiener it
In ith silhouette,
i neckline ai I
V red itin death
> was worn by
M M irt> Hai rison.
A twi p eee b lack and white
: *- the choic.....' Mi \!
an Kessler It was sleeveless and
bande I al the ai i holes and neck-
hn in black Mrs Don Ca lin's
n knit had a modi
fied shawl neckline which cowled
in the front, and ., bloc in bo lice
Mrs Martin Lii blingi black lin-
en shantung followed the A line
silhi uette Bnd had the popular
bateau neckline. A floral print of
black and brown em white silk
was worn by Mrs Bernard Tar-
si lie- Mrs Byron Cherkas' black
silk crepe featured a flared Aline
skirt
Hebrew High Offers Courses
< entral Hebrew Huh School of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
opened this week with an enroll
ment of 118 students who have
completed the equivalent "i six
years of Jewish education in af-
ternoon schools students now at-
tending represent congregations
throughout the entire community
Phe Hebrew High School meets
two afternoons weekly and offers
advanced studies for the qualified
huh school l~ irl as pre
' lewisl li adi rship
School offerj course in Heb-
rew as a living language, in con-
versation and literature; Bible
in its original Hebrew, and its
application to Jewish life today;
Jewish literature from the
Mishni, Talmud, and modern
writings; Jewish philosophy,
news and life the world over.
Interested students are pre-
pared to take the college board
examinations for university en-
trance.
Se\i .....:'"-> an being
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Jew ; eir dependents
stationed at ll< id Air Force
Base will pa lii pate in Rosh Ha-
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Sept 26 through 28, through ar
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Welfare Board Greater Miami
Committi e
Temple Emanu El, Temple Beth
Shirarh. Beth David, Temple Beth
\m and the Homestead Jewish
Center will host :,h ser\i.einen and
families fur the High Il"!i lays
hospitality will be pnw i led
ly the local JWB Armed Services
Committee, chaired b) Mrs Louis
Glasser
Program chairman is Leo stein
man. national commissioner, Citi-
zenship and Veteran's Services for
B'nai B'nth; Ainsle K. Fertile, past
e commander, Jewish War Vet.
tlj serving as budget
chaii man.
i ha plain for the Homestead Air
Force Base is Rabbi Morris Skop,
v, hn will conduct services ;t Tern-
; le Beth Shiran. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, Chaplain at the Veteran's
li ital, will plan services for the
patients ,
Temple Sinai School
On Sunday morning. Temple
Sinai's Religious School held its
opening session al John F, Ken
nedy Junior High School, 1075 NK
167th St. The educational program,
under the direction of Rabbi Dan-
iel Lowy and Irving Jacobson. Li>
(hide- 11 grades
der Individual topics. Another pro-
gram in Hebrew language uses as
text material, the new "Gesher Li-
brary Series of Modern Literature"
in Hebrew, published by the Jew-
ish Agency for Israel The ('sher
booklets are geared to the level
of high school and college stu-
dents.
The Hebrew High School this
year will hold classes at branches
h> Id ;it Temple Kmanii Kl. Temple
Beth Sholom, lieth Torah Congre-
I ation, Beth David Congregation
the Bureau i Jewish Educa-
tion
Instructors Rabbi Shimon Azu
laj ll; man Cohen and Mrs
lahava Sukenik have been joined
by Yehuda Sej al and Rabbi Stan-
lej Weiss
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ish Theological Seminar) Teachers
Institute and Brooklyn College He
studied in l-iat 1 and did post
graduate work at the Jewish
Theological Seminary
Rabbi Weiss is a graduate of
the Mirrer Rabbinical Seminary,
Teachers Institute, ant? of the
University of Miami.
The Hebrew High School i- un
Ihe supen ision of Herbert Zvi
p.- rgcr associate din ctor o( the
Bureau "I Jewish Education
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Friday. September 24 1965
ZOA President Jacques Torczyner
At Champagne Reception on Beach
JACQUES TO&CZYNE*
Arab Rivalries
Plague Summit
I SDON JTA I'"-
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Pounded in 1957 bj Greenman
: Horace Gross in adver
n an v. ho headed bis
in Philadelphia for 27
enman d
iliied in
builder accounts,
Since 1862 i panj
ceatii uint pro i am of
arsification aimed primarily a<
the manufacturing field
Cross retired in 1963. and in
1964. Bernard S. Schreft joined
the firm as co-principal and vice
president. Other additions to per-
sonnel have boosted the staff ros-
ter in excess of 17.
Tin- agenc]'- movi for drt ersi-
ftcation of accounts has bra
in influx of new clients in
this expa
of the agency's client list has been
increase in the
I, which extends
ii* m s nth Dade north to Ja kson
ville and we>t to Sarasota,
A champagne reception to hon-
Jacques Torexyner, newly-
elected presideni of.the Zionist Or-
ganisation of America, was to lx>
held at the Fbntslnebtesu Hotel
on Tbursdaj 8 p.m.
Torczyner is a member of the
presidium of the World Zionist Ac-
tions Committee, chairman of the
ZOA National Executive Council.
chairman of the ZOA World
Zionist Affairs Committee.
In IMS, he was one of the 18
original members of the Friends
of the Hagannah organized by
David Ben-Gcrion. He has been
a member of the Jewish Agency
and a founding member of the
Board of Governors of the State
of Israel Bonds, and of the' Exec-
utive Committee of the United
Israel Appeal. He is a graduate
of the University of Brussels.
Uso scheduled here Thursday
ma to be llami Strifes, executive
vice president ol RaSMO, Rural and
Suburban Settlement Company, is
raei's foremost kind development
and construction c tnipans Striks
:- one Of Israel's top lawyer- and
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The nc buil
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Page 11-B
A JC Techniques Used in So. America
MEW York fJTA) Amer- Una and the Institute Bi
ican Jewish Committee techniques Judeico de CuWura e Divulgai
to combat bigotrj are being used The Committee opened its
by "sister" organizations in Latin office in Latin America, in B
America, the Committee reported .- Aires in 1848, in Rio D< '
this week. The organizations are in 1957 and in Sao Paulo in 19
the Instituto Judio Irgentino do The programs include interred
Cultura e Information in Argen- ious activities
IB Florida conference of Mizrachi
America are (seated left to tight)
Morris Bicky, Dvorah Rabinowitz,
iied Stone and Irving Boyer.
Standing are Mesdames Daniel Zalis, Paul-
ine Grundweik. Bernard D. ad Theo-
dore Sakowitz. function was at the Font,
bleau Hotel.
lOCAL AGENCIES GREET NEW it An
izruclii W omen Look to Future
*
By MRS. ALFRED STONE
Florida Coordinator
JUiir^chi Women of America
Bauth year of effort by Mizrachi Women
tea toward a unique solution tor a
m.
ing waves of Jewish newcomers ar-
el. then still Palestine, they came
. untrained for the new life await-
le new country, but full of hope and
were children, orphaned by Eur-
aWomen realized the problem^ facing
n parUouUrli. and took matters in
tw the need of these children for lov-
ade(|iiate education, and more than that.
logical base which can bast be built
ties with the age-old fait* thej felt
u h nieil abiding iundament.il- could
. oining .i- they did rhr
as sound, healthy, fine and useful
is of a new land which holds such
Jews.
Among the Leaders
Thss pstmi.Hn of action has been justify
of thev children are now among the leader*
in Israel and many, indeed, are among
ers of today arrivsla to Mizrachi Women's in-
stitutions in I
Miiiishi Women's schools and villages now
train and can for 5.000 of today's young people
in Israel. He in Dade County, seven chapters
of Qreatsr |Ii.,mi women work tirolessb to Bssisl
ia this great w.,-k
These grc Aviva Chapter, Mrs. Simon April
pssjident; BsiNa Chapter, lir. Jonah Caplan, presi-
dsgjt; Dov Chapter Mrs I ..in- Tokayer, president;
Hajukvah Kpter, Mrs, Julius Rosenetein, presi-
JJinnerti Chapter. Mrs. Theodore Sakowitz,
L Hadar Chapter, Mrs Mack Acklosburg.

president; and Miami Beach Chapter, Mrs Rachel
Katz Laufer, president.
Each of these chapters meets regularly and
holds teas, luncheons and similar functions, in addi-
tion to regular ami board meetings, as part of their
program of activities. A highly successful Thrift
Shop is operated by the Miami Beach Chapter at
Washington Ave. and 8th St.
There is alx> a chapter-information in Jackson-
ville being organized by Mesdames Turetsky and
Hartman. M well as in Tampa under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Cy Biumcnield.
Two-Day Confaranta
During this past year, as has been the custom
for the past few yeasB, toward the end of Jami
ary, a two-day, all-Florida conference was held at
i. with an attendance of some 500
pie Amonn the guests appearing were Mrs
i Itabii ah/, ol Israel, chairman of Mi/
Council in Israel. During the con
lecided to intensify our men
more knowledge and better under-
-in problems facing the youngsters in
n Mizrachi Women have assumed
\ hapters as well as the national
New York, are cooperating in the plan-
the ft rthi oming annual Florida conference
scheduled lor Jan 30 and 31 at the Fontainbleau
Hotel On Sunday night, Jan 30, there will be a
reception for all local members, and many
visiting members and their friends, Mrs Ely Res-
nikoff, national president, has promised an out-
standing personal it j to be guest of honor
Monday morning, Jan 31. workshops will be
held in each catagorj ol Mizrachi Women's work.
with full attendance l>\ local members The lunch-
eon will be held following these workshops.
Planned in the Fontaine Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel, this annual luncheon prom
i-es to exceed in brilliance last year's memorable
affair.
...
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TO ALL
FOR A
Mayor
Clyde M. Taylor
"City of PUmnmnt iJviny
SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
V Eshkol Criticizes
Youthful Attacks
Against Arabs
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier
Eshkol denoiuiced the attacks thi-
week by Jewish youths on Arab
resident* of Kamla, in which 12
Arabs were injured, calling them
"disgraceful acts'' and "hooligan-
ism."
The Premier's criticism was
voiced during a meeting with Po-
lice Minister Behor Shitrect, with
whom he discussed a police report
on the Ramla riots. The Premier
told Mr. Shitreet that "all possible
Bieans must be used to prevent a
repetition of such acts, which he
called "contrary to the spirit and
honor of the people of Israel.''
The Premier also discussed the
still tense situation with officials
Of the Education Ministry. It was
decided that educational as well
as pohoe action should be taken
v
/Ti?i>i>y ^ Vcw LJcar
AND
TO ALL
COUNCILMAN
Elton J.
Gissendanner
NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FOR A
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Edmond J.
Gong
^ /*l i7ouy ^ \ cw L/ctir
AND BEST WISHES TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SENATOR
Robert M. Haverfield
TO ALL
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
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Friday, .
LOCAL AGENCIES GREET NEW YEAR
Seach Hadassah Gets Recogni
Miami Hadassah Lists Programs
H
By MRS. MAX SWARTZ Presided
Miami Chapter of Hadassali
AOASSAH
in! medical program, geared to the healing
teaching and reasearch "inch comprise the
non of the Hadassah Hebrew Universitj Hosi
Progress in healing is dpendenl on creative
search, scientific exploration and well-educated
practitioners. It wa- Henrietta Sld "ho first saw
the neer for a center in Israel that would ser\e
the medical community and provide facilities I
educating young doctors, healing the nation's sick
and phmgingUfceper into the mysteries of medicine
The women of Hadassaih translated that chal
lenge into the ultimate achievement of the Hadas
sah-Hebrew University Hospital in the historic
hills of Ein Karem. It is a testimony to Ha lassah s
foresight that the City of Jerusalem, rapidlj m >\
ing toward Ein Karem. makes the medical d
encircled by the genth sloping lulls of Judea e -
accessible to both patients and personnel
Supreme Adjustment
One of Hadassah's achievements is its flexi-
bility of program and approach, its ability to em-
brace all emergencies and contingencies. The es-
tablishment of the medical center on Mt. Scopus
in Jerusalem was the culmination of years of ef-
fort, and its loss, combined with the loss of pre-
cious lives, stunned the world. But Hadasah ad-
juted to the loss and accepted the challenge of re-
building the institutions of healing. The proud new
complex at Ein Karem, Jerusalem, the new Ha
dassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, repre-
sents the achievements of thousands of American
women who would not be deterred from the task
history had set In-fore them.
In addition to our medical and social services
m Israel. Hadassah conducts an intensive program
in the United States, designed to educate our mem
bers in all states of the union on the issues which
confront every American citizen
Mrs Mortimer Jarobson. national Hadassah
president, said at the recent convention, "My goal
this year is to establish an endowment program
to assure the continuity and future growth of the
Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center which
serves as a focal point of our world-wide medical
and service programs.
The Miami Chapter consists of 11 groups with
a memlHTship of 2.000 women. Plans are now in
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, ition w
Mrs Hadassah Fasster
MRS. MAX SWARTZ
progress and being implemented I >r an it
membrship campaign for the m..... l September
and October, culminating in a Myrtli '
Awards e vent on Nov 28 The a
citation of honor given to a number
ing personalities in the fie! Is o
tion, the arts, journalism and -
er awards go to Ha lassah
five or more new memh
award to the woman who has
number of new members u
Casa Hadassah
The Miami Chapter ol Ha I
pride that we are now oper I
resale shop. "Casa Had tssal I 542 SV
Ave The business has "
pies the same building
vokintet : sen ices fn m mi th the d<
vote i and diligent efforts we
are anticipating a meas
versified projects. Hadassah
achievement with pride an I eagerly i
challenge of today poised to
achievement of tomorrow
Hebrew Academy Urges Suppori
By LOUIS MERWITZER, President
The Hebrew Academy
AN a national level, the Jewish Day Schools:
^ todaj arc the fastest growing and most dyn-
amic f all Jewish schools The latest figures In
dicate that there are approximately 30n Jewis
Daj Schools In loo communities numbering 55
000 Students throughout the United States Thi>
number is a radical departure of the 1935 statistics
which listed 16 Jewish Day Schools. 15 of which
were located in New York City
How do we compare the growth of our own
local Hebrew Academy with the development of
the day school movement nationally'" We will soon
be celebrating our 18th anniversary since we open
ed our doors with six first graders.
Today. 18 years later, the Miami Jewish com
munity can boast of a Hebrew Academy with a
record enrollment of nearly 500 students, encom-
passing a complete elementary department, a
junior high school and girls' senior high school,
and a Mesivta Senior High School for boys.
Answer to Oilmma
It is evident that the young Jewish parent is
attempting to provide for his child the knowl-
edge the understanding and the meaning of
Judaism and the Jewish faith. The Jewish parent
is aware of the sore lack of commitment to Jewish
values, the absence of identification with his peo-
ple and total ignorance of our Hebraic heritage
The answer to the dilemma of a perplexed
Jewishly-uneducated youth is the Jewish Day
School, the Hebrew Academy.
It is understood that a Day School cannot
maintain itself solely by the tuition fees of par-
ents The average cost of educating a child in a
Day School is approximately $900 annually. In
our own Academy, onlj 50 percent of the
budget is covered In tuition I aviOUS
question then is where do of the n
come from?
what is the commitm mt and the responsil
of the communit) to the Hebrew Academy?
Mrs E

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It is regretable that Jewish Welfare Funds,
Federations and Community Councils have not
a yet begun to give recognition to the Day
School movement. It is difficult to understand
why these community councils fail to realize that
Jewish community support of Hebrew Academies
i- as much a part of the democratic ideal as is
our obligation to maintain a vigorous, free public
school system
Jewish Community Support
We, in this community, as well as the I
dreds of other Day Schools throughout the coun
try, have been Btaggering under a financial i
r suiting in an increase in pupil enrollment
out a corresponding incn i in the funds I(, mam-
* '"- schools Welfare funds throu
countrj might well realize that sii (hi Daj
l is an educational community instil
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Page 13-B
Boroi
Marc Grume f
Irian Sell
J^jar Villiam Rottanbara
iturday morning. Sept. 25. ,
pie Ner Tamid. Bar Mitz-j
William Rottenberg. son
.iik! Mr- Hyman Rotten-
ktiil Daytonia Rd.. will br
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N'autilus Junior High and
Ner Tamid Religious
- the grandson of Mr.
- Nathan Rottenberg, of
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will !* held at th<
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Grant Baros
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:. thi son

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slot car racing He will continue
hi.s Hebrew and history studies at
Temple lirih Am Religious jyhool.
His grandmothers, both pioneer
Miamians. are Mrs Norman D.
Jacobs and Mrs. J William Ba-
ros. Sr
Grant will be tendered a Kid-
dish following the service and hon-
ored with B reception and dinner
party at Beth Am on Saturday
even in..
Brian Bell
Brian Bell, son of Mr and Mrs
Richard Bell, will observe hi- Bar
Mitzvah on Saturdaj Sept 25 al
Temple Zion
Brian attends eighth grade at
nior High He i- inter
Is and plays the drum
- Charles I
Sarah Bell, Brian's
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Mitzvah at Temple Judea during
morning services on Saturday
Sept. 25.
Son of Mr and Mrs Henry Gni-
met. 1231 Malaga, Coral Gables,
the celebrant is an eighth grade
student at Ponce Junior High,
where he plays trumpet in the
school band. He is an excellent
swimmer, and his hobbles include
mechanical and electrical projects
Mr. and Mrs. Grumet will host
the Kiddush in Marc's honor.

Samuel Gubamick
On Saturday Sept. 25. Samuel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Guber-
nick, 711 NE 168th St. No. Miami
Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah at
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
Samuel is an eighth grade Honor
Roll student at the John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High School
His favorite subjects are science,
electronics and chemistry. He likes
all kinds of sports.
Celebrating with him at the syn-
agogue and at a party that eve-
ning given in his honor by his par-
ents will be his grandmother. Mrs.
Regina Parkas, and his sister.
Adrienne,
Paul Boren
Paul Craig, son of Mr and Mrs
H.rman Boren. of 6100 SW 92nd
C1 will be H.ir Mitzvah at R<'th
David Congregation on Saturday.
Si !5
Paul is an eighth grade student
al Glades Juni r High, and has at
lend..I Beth David R<
-. yi ..'- He i- inter-
in 111 golf, and
nt's. Mr
will
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Temple Tifereth Ja-
il eah
j the foremost
a \. .i lemies of Europe,
s past affiliations include 10
with Temple Heights, of
Ireland Heights, O., one of the
lest Conservative congreqa-
is in the United States; three
rs as rabbi at the Warrensville
rish Center, Cleveland, O.;
five years with Southwest
rish Center, of Miami, now
lple Beth Tov.
1961, he received a plaque
thai congregation for "in-
Iiil! and dedicated leadership
11 \ ice."
1963, he acted as state chap-
"f B'nai B'rith. For the past
years, he served as assistant to
rabbi of Temple Fmanuel. Ha-
II Mass., as principal of the
A School.
Hi >' Rabbi Klein received the
prii ol Bachelor of Divinity
ne Theological Seminary.
ce 0 an extension of
Y Reserve Universitj
Klein will supervise the
and Religious Schools of
Tifereth Jacob and will
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Samuels Named
Music Director
At Emanu-EI
Fli Samuels, well known in local
m.i.-ie arc!, s, has been appointed
music director of Temple F.tnanu-
F.l for the coming year, according
to Max Boderman, president of the
congregation.
Samuels received his degree in
music from McGill University,
Montreal Canada, and brings
Temple Emanu-EI a long and dis-
tinguished background in liturg
ical music
The Temple Kmanu El Choir, un-
der his direction, chanted at the
traditional Selichot service last
weekend.
Guardian Life
Names Rabin
General Aaert
Si : ... I r. n a <"h

ling, has i i
general agent for the Guardian
I ife Insurance Companj of Ameri-
ca
Rabin, a member of Tempi.' Is-
rael, ha- combined business career
with a heavy schedule of public
service activities since graduating
fnun the Universitj of Miami.
He is a former vice mayor and
councilman for the Town of Surf-
side and has served as president
of the North Shore Kiwanis Club
Rabin also chaired the busi-
ness and industry drive of the
Heart Association of Greater
Miami, is on ttve Board of Di-
rectors of the American Cancer
Society and is a Pillar of Hope
of the Hope School for Mentally
Retarded Children.
Active in the Miami Association
of Life Underwriters, and a mem
her Of the 1965 Million Dollar
Hound Table, he was named "Man
<>f the Year for his agency for
i!ti4 and has received many
awards for his achievements in
the insurance industry
Rabin is married and has two
children. Sclma and Sam .lr Born
in Cincinnati, he owned and
operated a Miami hotel for Id
year-, ami prior to thai owned a
displaj firm and was a sales
promotion consultant
The Guardian Company has
been servinji American families
since lHtiu and ha- over $3 billion
..I life insurance in lor. e
RABBI MAURICE KUIN
Deborah Group
Plans Installation
New president, Mrs. Jack Fine-
berg, will be Installed at a combin-
ation installation and open mem
berahip meeting of Deborah Group
ol Hadassah on Monday noon, Oct
I at the Mimosa. 1747 Collins Ave
Mrs Lillian Perlman is serving
aa e'l.i nian of the day and Instal
ling officer will be Mrs Hems B
Wernick, leadership chairman of
the Miami Be i< h Chapter
Newl) el< i cers of the Ex
ecutive Hoard are Meedames Her-
bert Gutman and Esther i<
vict presidents Nathan Serota,
Representatives Return
William C. I'uhler. CLU, man-
of Manufacturers Life Insur-
ance CO in Miami, announced the
return from the Eastern Division's
Educational Conference at Manoir
Richelieu, Murray Bay Quebec, of
Gus Hackenyos, George Ismael,
Daniel McMullen, Orlando Nunez-
Lemus, Marshal Rosenberg and
Robert Sumpter, qualified repre-
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Page 15-B
Urge Communists
To Support Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) Shimuel
Mikunis, ;i leader of one of the two
factions into which the Israel Com-
munist Party spin recently, called
on the Arab nations to recognize
Israel and Its legitimate rights to a
share in the .Ionian River waters
and to passage Of its commerce
through the Suez Canal.
He made the call at the conven-
tion of his faction, made up largely
of .lews His address contained a
L n of the National Council of Jewish Women held
. reception at Westview Country Club last week
: ry of Council in an original bkit. Pictured in
representing each decade of Council's growth
Mrs. Bernard Epworth, Mrs. Larry Kassman,
ive Points Bank
omes Friedson
[ccount Exec
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F p. i Points
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.id Fiiedson in-
Senior Citii n
Cen ,ib a non-profit
' 1963 to provide
an for retired
rtg, jobs, medi-
mood banks.
(it tin
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Security law lo
en to ieman>
'.-.mi benefits
- spearheading
indigents from
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for then care
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ha>r .
Mrs. Philip Bloom, Mrs. Gordon Engel. Mrs. Harold Foster,
Mrs. Paul Richman. Mrs. David Rich, Mrs. Reuben Lewis, Mrs.
Joseph Klein, Mrs. Albert Weiss, Mrs. Kenneth Kasha and Mrs.
Michael Pascal.
MAX ff?/FD50N
Catholic Charges
Schema Diluted
\1 v\ YORK (JTA A Cath
oli< r at 1 h e Ecumen
:,, | has asserted that bj June
of this year, on orders of Pope
Paul, drafl de< laration on
olic Jew ish relations has been
"subjected to a severe revision."
The arge is man.' in Ihe Sep-
tember Us le ol Harpers Maga
bj F E C iitii-. described in the
article -- "the pseudonym of a
Roman I itholic observer vvhc
u .,!(!:.: developments in the Vat-
ican I'oun il verj closelj indeed "
11,,. rticle i- thai
(hc i ii'ireh ui'.I, P
i |ac.ks the it-reach
Pi pe John
Rokeach Products
Affiliate With
Orthodox Union
I Roke h & Sons, Inc.. one of
the world's oldest maki i s of ko-
sher foods .mi | household prod i I
has affiliate \> ith the kosher i
lificatton program ol the I nmn of
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offe.s almost ICO kosher prod-
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erdorsed by the Orthodox Un-
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keach. hmiseli a Talmudic schol-
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an efficient kosher soap from pure
ooconul oil. Ha thus solved a prob-
lem for observanl Jewish home-
stemming from the fa t
that mosl soaps ol that time and
for manj years afterward- used
animal fats as a base.
In !. these beginnings, the Ro-
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onLnuing Beth David Congregation's tradition, teen-agers
M tead the Torah in the main sanctuary during the High
'ly Days. Left to right are Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
*" who will read the portion on the Saturday before Rosh
isr.ona; Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sirull, who will
PC the Torah on the second day; and Mitchell, son ol Mr.
k Mrs. Maurice Kellner, who will be reader at Yom Kippur
prning. Appearing with them is Louis Gadon, Beth David's
wan reading instructor and member of the Hebrew faculty,
ot shown is Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaler, who
'ill read on the first day of Roah Hashona and Jerome, son
I Mrs. Lilly Orlin. who will be Baal Koreh for Mincha on Yom
Russians Charge
Bonn Investigator
Is War Criminal
BONN iJTA) The Soviet
Government has accused Erwln
Schuele, director of the Central
Committee for the Investigation of
Nazi War (.'rimes in Ludwigsburg,
of being a war criminal himself
during the German occupation of
Russia In World War II, 11 was re
ported here this week from Mo*
COW. The charges, which were
handed to the \\e-t German Em-
bassy by the Soviet Government,
accused Schuele of murder and oth
er crimes during lb* Na/1 occupa-
tion
The Soviet charge was the KH
end Of its kind made from Com
munist -on ice- against Dr.
Sehuete. Last February. Kast tier-
Ban officials changed him with
baring l>ecn a "loyal follower" of
Hitler, of having been a member
of the Nazi Party and as having
' been a judge in a Nazi court.
Jewish Mayor
For New York?
\ E W YORK [JTA The
prospect that New York City ma>
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emerged this week from the vie-
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controller, defeated three other
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istration gave the Democratic
nominee strong hope of i
his Repub ii in Liberal opponent,
John \ Li di
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HOLIDAY IS A BLEND OF FEASTING AND SOBER REFLECTIONS
The Four Festival Names of Rosh Hashona
By I. M. GREEN
ALL the four major Jewish festivals bear more
M than one biblical or talmudic name, which
Hives them greater significance than they would
otherwise have The great eight-day holiday of
PUSOVW. in preparation for which our Orthodox
mothers or grandmothers used to work so hard for
a whole month cleaning and scrubbing, is not only
called in Hebrew "Hag ha Pesach" "the holiday
Of Ihe passing over" but also "Hag-ha-Matzoth
- "the holiday when only matzoh and no bread can
be eaten" and "Hag-ha-Aviv" "the festival of
spring."
Seven weeks later comes the "Feast of Weeks."
Shavout, whose other name is "Hag-haBikurim."
"the festival of the offering of first fruits," and
this agricultural significance of the holiday us even
more emphasized in the Talmud than the commem
oration of "Matan Torah," the giving of the Law
by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. Sukkot is known
a* the week when Jews eat in booths to commem-
orate their wanderings through the desert, but il
too has an agricultural name "Hag-ha-Asif"
harvest festival.
The fourth major Jewish holiday, Rosh Ha-
shona (Yom Kippur can hardly be classed as a holi-
names to its credit. "Rosh Hashona" means liter
ally "head of the year." or as we say nowadays.
New Years Day. It is celebrated for two days even
in Israel, where all other .holidays are only cole
hratcd for one day, because in ancient times it
was not exactly known when the moon came out
t.> start the new month, the first day of the month
Of Tishri.
Feast and Atonement
Rosh Hashona is a blend of feasting and atone
ment. ol sober reflection on the sins of the pat
year and of joyous resolve to do better in the year
ahead. So on these two days one eats the traditional
holiday meals and goes to "tashlich," to a river
bank to shake off ones sins.
Another name for Rosh Hashona is "Yom Ter-
u-ah," the Da> of the Blowing of the Ram's Horn,
or Shofar. because on the first day of the holiday
lunlcts t.'-.e first day falls on a Saturday), the Sho-
far is blown in all synagogues. Actually the Sho-
far is blown in all synagogues for a whole month
before Rosh Hashona, beginning with the first day
of Elul. which starts the sacred penitential period.
During the week before Rosh Hashona. while it is
still dark and before the morning prayers begin,
penitential prayers (Selihoth) are recited and the
Shofar is blown. On Yom Kippur the blowing of the
Shofar marks the end of the day-long services.
The third and fourth names of Rosh Hashona
can be retarded as linked together, and their
significance is usually held to be greater than
that of tie other two names. These are the names
Yom Hazikkaron" The Day of Remembrance"
and "Yom Hadin" "The Day of Judgement,"
which latter name is also applied to Yom Kippur.
On Rosh Hashona. which is traditionally regarded
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+Jewlst fh-rHltr
Paqe 3-C
not one of knowing the langriage. for he knows
,u)nK and can easily write them. Be just can-
say the."
Facing Dee To me la|s seems relatively simple The
g an that he would be cured the day he leaves
irmany and settle* once again in his milieu. Even
j.h, part of his life seems normal; he reads
, v booiM and newspapers, attends dances and
|lT activiltaa at tihe local Jewish youth club.
The case of the two other children is more
mplex They were horn in Germany; Uerman ll
pir lanmiage. Munich is their home; it u their
their present and probaWy their future. They
w what Germany means, and they feel guilts
liy for theu- parents, guilty for tfcemnelves.
Like all Jewi.h children in Germany today
i mere are 4.000 under the age of 15 they want
i and H to Israel. Not one of them ever
it America or England, few ot them talk
Othi I TWIsTi children In the DiasporaTW^fud
in .Irrusalem or of living in Tel Aviv The\
i go and "work the land They want I
\imuiii hanlship. of ditlnu!tir- They ail
it the? uant to alone for something thai
\ have not done
| eatiM life centers arovind the Bfeaiat
ib, arauad the couple of Israeli "afcUbim
in the world are ZkhiiM meeting hctiei
..I than in (iermany today Children and par
. flock to listen lo lecture- about the Negev and
miaation problem. "Just bj listening wa
quire a new dignity," one of them told me
A Land of Plenty
a ill ih#> ever leave" Most psychologist-
icators and even laraeli "ahUbim douM it. Bv-
ryday lile has its necessities and obligations;
pir families and homes, their schools and univer-
ll. studies, their career- and all the material sat-
^faction* which C.ermany and its prosperity rep-
went.
FOf t^e average Jewish breadwinner. Germany
y to j the "land of plenty." A high proportion
kt Jews in business have regular incomes of 50. or
\\ en irtft.oon marks per ye*r They own textile shops
I Frankfurt, are furriers in Berlin, or doctors in
I issektotf. Hall) of them, especially the elder
people of (ieruian origin, receive government pen-
rioi which usually are in the vicinity of 1.000
narks per month in a country where rent for a
Congressman John V. Lindsay (toft), Re-
publican candidate for Mttyor of New York,
and Stanley H. Lowell (riqht), former chair-
man ot the City Human Rights Commission
and a national vice president of AJCon-
gress. shown with Murray A. Gordon,
chairman of New York Metropolitan Coun-
cil ot American Jewish Congress, as they
presented their views on issues of key in-
terest to Jewish community in discussion at
Stephen Wise Congress House. Rep. Lind-
say told the AJCongress-sponsored meet-
ing he supports Fair Sabbath legislation
and favors Supreme Court tests of new fed-
eral aid-to-education law and New York
State law "lending' textbooks to parochial
school students.
three-room flat is 250 to 3O0 marks per month, and
where a aood meal in a restaurant is rarely above
10 marks
Few of the children will ever leave. "They will
grow up to be sick adults like they are now sick
children." a Jewish psychologist tells me. For
them BS for their parent*, there will be no cure.
No cure, like there is none for the man in Es-
sen who told me: "I have a nervous tremor in my
arm whenever I have to shake hands with a Ger-
man I can never help wondering: Is he the one
who killed my parents?"
No cure, either for the man in Frankfurt who
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day,
"TZmT pessimists as just another aspect of ttie
flaking *>WB of the barriers which in other times
nd ether lands presumably helped to keep Jews
;r,, disappear!* into the majority.
Biological SoicicW
The theory is based on three propositions. One
|ha, Jews are failing to reproduce themselves
idly as a group. The second is that Ameri-
can Jews are marrying non-Jews at a growing rate
without lathering to require the conversion of th*
h partner as a condition of the marriage.
orollary proposition is that such marriagei
tend to be neutral as to group loyalties and the
.,., mevitably lost to the Jewish group The
third proposition is that with the barriers falling
,.r every ride, American Jews are finding the al-
enti of acceptance by non-Jews too strong
l0 resist That acceptance slide is lubricated by
nd .gnorance of Jewish lore and correspond
gck < f Jewish loyalties which is the hallmark
, present almost entirely American-born and
n nurtured generation of Jews.
Specifics in support of the three propositions
r against them were as usual notably absent
among the debaters. Dr. Marshall Sklare. the
i-ican Jewish Committee sociologist who has
directed studies of Jewish communities and thus
possesses at least some factual data, told a meet-
in Canadian Council of Reform Congrega-
tions that American Jewry was committing "Mo-
il suicide" by restricting it* birthrate He
i (i that a high rate of births was needed to
he erosions of assimilation and mixed mar-
naj-'e.
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A conference on mixed marriage sponsored by
the Religious Affairs Commission of the Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies of Greater New York
heard reiMuts indicating that the rate of mixed
marriage* was increasing among American Jews
and that 70 percent of the children of these mar-
n..L'es were lost to the Jewish community.
In Minneapolis, a rabbinical association de-
parted from the usual stance of hand wringing to
suggest that parents should take a firm stand
against all interfaith dating The rabbis also urged
young Jews to date only Jews, thus practicing what
they were preaching The Board of Rabbis of Essex
County. New Jersey, was more general. The Board
called for a mobilization of all the resources of
the Jewish community to deal with the problem of
mixed marriages, a proposal unhappily lacking in
.jpronjisint. specifics.
Limited Data
In summary, the arguments boiled down to
two positions. One camp holds, with a kind of
blind faith, that Jews have survived every kind of
problem and that it would hence be incredible if
American Jews, untouched to an extraordinary de-
gree by these historically enduring and pervasive
threat v should vanish from so wholesome a pano-
rama. Pressed, the holders of this view will con-
cede that American freedom is indeed a problem
tor Jews but they add that it is also an opportunity.
The trouble with this stand is that none of its sup
porters seem to have any effective answers to the
problem of dealing with the problem of freedom.
The counselor who urges the American Jewish par-
ent to try to force or persuade his teen-age son or
daughter to avoid non-Jewish contemporaries only
in the art-a of dating may be biting on tranite.
The ether camp holds, with an equally obdu-
rate gloom that the forces unleashed by American
ireedom are too powerful to be checked by the
leu and teeble projects which seem to be ths
principle response ot the community's leadership
Members of this camp contend that the hemorrhag .-
of limited births and growing mixed marriage is
a disease tor which the Jewish medicine men havr
no viable remedies.
Comprehensive Study
The truth seems to be that both camps stak^
out their positions with cripplingy limited data.
Th.'t diametrically opposing positions are held
testifies to the fact that very little trustworth;.
information is available on the most elementary' as-
pects of the American Jewish community. Th*:
true rates of replenishment of the American Jew-
ish group, the actual rate of mixed marriages for
that Jewry as a group, the Jewish fate of the chil-
dren of such marriages generally such infor-
mation does not in fact exist. Is it really credible
that the total number of American Jews has re-
mained fixed at 5.500.000 for the past decade or
The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds has announced plans to make the first reall;
comprehensive study of this unknown Jewish com-
munity. The results will no doubt impinge pain
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ideological Jewish toes. But if it provides the es-
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ir 29 YEARS EXPERIENCE ie
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Year in America Israel Relations
By MILTON FUIEDA4AN
INihlmt
jHE v e a r tn Israel-American relations a a
Barked *>y what President Johnson considered
ihe "mjnaiixatioa" of relations with the United
States.
Development took place against a badumund
of l ir. the Near Eart, and dbaotie American-Egyptian
relations It was a period of Israeli "quiet dipK
macy" Washington and in Israel and caution*
thereby generated
The resignation of ILyer Feldmaa President
Johnsons special couneel and White Hou.-e ad-
rieer or. brael-American relations. left a vacuum
quickly filled ay the Siate Department. The White
House took the position that Israel-American r
latlorrs had matured to the point that a special in-
terce^nn on a presidential level was no longer
needed I-raeTs needs would oe considered by the
State Depar.merrt and Presidential advisor Mi-
George Bundy. who reflect', the Depart:-
. .n;. would provide any additional ad
sought by the President.
Factor in Crisis
Ajneriea'i reluctance to take direct responsi-
I ,.- :-. rr.iluar. entl
factor in the crisis thai erupted "m*n
sUpment ctf US. tanks te Israel Bonn
:ied portion of the contracts
desperate effort to appease the Arab- American
public opinion re. I sinst the West German
regime.
A high per* ef the Gernsari crisui wan the emer-
gency tnp oT to Israel He urged the Israelis to restrain thero-
setves, and sought to extricate Bonn from her
dffficuWee. ate ei feesmred Israel thai Vetoing-
ton vosJd aw forget aw need-. TJie Unttee Stales
sMbfraqneotiy agreed to supply liauted quantities
of arms to Israel, as well as to Jordan. Lebanon.
Iraq, and Saudi Arabia.
Israel was harrassed by guerrilla raid*
launched from Syria and Jordan A militant re-
spea^e wa offered by Israel which cited Pre>Mleat
Johnsons jasafieenton of reprisal measuTai hi
aajwmm tomtsom
itio/iy svsfect
'
4Vf*fii m
rcee* restrasa*
Viet Nam. The State Department, hoverer, ap
peered more concerned about Israel's defe
anti cuerrilla measures than by the prove* .
The State Department cautioned both laTUl I
the Arabs to u-e "resurauU in the water awersua
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Ph. 945-7072
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Friday, September 24. 1965
'JpH/^f nrrllfon
Page 7-C
. Israel made plain that she would toieraW
no emersion of the Jordan River's headwaters.
President Johnson Plan
,,,, reM Wll niade on preliminary feasibility
y, for Kittt American l>raeli venture into
'".,.. desalting of sea water. The plan was ad
lanced > President John-on as a pilot study for
, i the Brld requiring water and cheap
iLun-' oi eleUnc power.
i___inallljUnn relatHM deeeriowited when
s,...l- reaanfeaa hat he consistred **itcuaarii
, the *ertean aid program Although Amann
. .,, ., over one billion dollars worth ol aaaist
.,., Hew into a rajjc and told this ctKintrj
,, into the sea with its aid."
, same time, a mob burned the John K
...',. Librar) of the US. Information Agencj in
America was abused by the Egyptian re-
. Nasser Identified himself with anti-Ameri
nts rangitg from the Congo to Met Nam,
digress los all patience with Jer and
sought nandatoa) legislatiori to sever all aid to
mu tne Mate Department, backed by the
Ifouse, claimed thai flexibility was needed.
aw to it tiau discretion was left in Uie hands
01 thi President
Stats Department official.-, exploiting Israel-
-,,...,i ,iipJo.na>'" in Washington, alleged thai Is-
rael tacitl) favored resumption ot American aid
lo hi--' besauBe American leverage in Cairo aid
ed Isuatft aeoarity.
Bourgoibj P
In ;. June, the State Department urged S37.0OU,-
,.., id to Nasser, claiming that hi- conduct hati.
Members of Congress were InfuriafteaV
I but could do nothing because the sums had already
opriated, subject to the President's di-
ressmen pointed out thai Nasser had re
Tunisian Presldenl Bourguiba's dramatic
il for Arab-Israel peace Thej cited Egyptian
i -.lit in Communist causes The continuing
Egyptian aggression in Yemen was pointed <> , the shipment ot rice b> Egypt to Commun-
i>i China .it time when America was filling Egyp-
tian food del i
All tin- di no good and me State Department
Happy
New Year
To All .
GAMAL ABDU NASSER
jump into the sea
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
BARBARA and HORACE BURNSTEIN
B4t
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ON THE OCEAN- AT 26m STREET
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6 6 t
September 27-28
1965
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and AIRPORT LANES
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
THE KORETSKY FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE JE 2-2311
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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FOR RETIREMENT LIVING
On the Ochii A 24th ST. I Boardwalk, M.I. JE 1-6691
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2655 COLLINS AVE, Miami Beach Mi. Jf 10381
IRVING PODOLNICK
MONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-8721
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Best Wishes lor a
Happy New Year
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RESORT MOTEL
On Indian Creek
at 41 tt Street
Miami Beach
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
HOTEL PROMENADE
2469 COLLINS AVENUE
JE B-5721
Promenade Management
best Wishes for
happy new year
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HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
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DELMONICO RETIREMENT HOTEL
6393 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-5786
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SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 633-84-
DAVID GLASS, (Owner-Manager>
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CONTINENTAL HOTEL
4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-6721
BARRY HESSER, Manager
MR. & MRS LEWIS LESHNER
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74lh STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 6-6291
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9881
MIAMI BEACH
LEON M. ROSENBLUM
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1340 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-6724
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ie Kulok's CM.AREMONT HOTEL
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LEONARD 8 LANG. Mgc Jl i-4441
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OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9873
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE MARGOLIS
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SURREY HOTEL
4390 COLLINS AVE. IE 1-0081
MIAMI BEACH
BOB LEFKOWITZ. Owner
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI MACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ALOHA MOTEL
7500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
ED MANSDORF
ft 74)416
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SHOREMEDE HOTEL
3585 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-5301
BILL OSULLIVAN
JOHNINA
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6985 Collins Ave.
& Ocean
"Home of the World-Famous
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Managing Director
JOHN J. KELLY
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THE NEW YEAR
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach-JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Beubis
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& LONDON HOUSE
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THE
YEAR AHEAD
WILL BRING
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HEALTH AND
HAPPINESS
HOTEL
On the Ocean at 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla.
cabana, yacht and golf club
(George E. Fox, Managing Director)
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9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS TO ALL
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINCrS
SHERWIN WINN, Vice President General Manager
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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on Fabulous Duck Key-just 95 mires from Miami
Ask about our sensational one week
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For reservations call Sheraton office in
Miami 377-0275 or Marathon 743-5521
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MARTINIQUE HOTEL
6423 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
UN 6-5711
JERRY GRANGER, Manager
BEAU RIVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
HAPPY NEW YEJ VO ALL
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New Owner, Frank Fishman-Same AKenager, Henry J. Stupetl
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Miami Beach
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5190 S.W. 8th STREET
Coral Gables, Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND BEST WISHES
ARROW TABLE PAD COMPANY
1924 S.W. 8th STREET FR 3-4591
SOL- NABUTOVSKY, 0*u>er
BEST WISHES FOR- THE NEW YEAR
BENJEE'S RESTAURANT & SANDWICH SHOP
21 WEST FLAGLER STREET
GEORGE LINDEN BEN BAUM
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BETTYS LOBO LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT
JOHNNY" RAFFA, Owner
1440 BKCAYNE BOULEVARD FR 9*190
Your RboB HhoBona QiiOfifTon Box
i
By RABBI SAMUEL 1. FOX
What is the derivation of the term Shofar?
Actually, tin "lf '"
not too veil t I There are some who w-
Utc the word to the Assyrian and nian wi
Shup bich mean- I Hoi TV
Sbofar being u.sed in Ui current sense as the
ifcrn of the .Sheep" might easily come from such
a derivation. The word Shofar also might be
traced ;o a root sigi decoration," or -beau-
ty." Since the horn oi the sheei (rnamenf
of a kind, it might be very well called 'Shofar" be-
casue it "decorates" the animal and gi\e- it per-
hap- a lertain type of beaut>
Why is it that the Shofar used on Rosh Kashona
can be made from the horn of any kosher
animal except the cow or the ox?
Two reasons are given in the Talmud. One is
that the horn of the cow or ox is not referred t'>
as "Shofar." but rather a* "Keren" The latter
term would preferably indicate an item used for
destruction rather than one u*ed for ornamenta-
tion. An item used for destruction would hardly
be the instrument to be need as the agent with
which to approach the Almighty for his mercy on
Roeh Hashona. In the case of other Kosher animals,
the horn is more of an ornament than an in-
strument of destruction. The second reason re-
ferred to in the Talmud is that the cow and the
ox bring to mind the Golden Calf which was used
in the idolatrous sin committed by the Jewish
people at Sit. Sinai. A prosecuting attorney should
not be used as an a^ent for defense in front of
the Heavenly Court.
It is also said that a ram's horn is generally-
preferred for the Shofar because it v.
which was til ited on the altar instead of I-.
Thus, the ram's horn brings to mind the mei
.deration which the Almighty gives to His
people in times of stress and i
'
Why is the Shofar blown at two different parts of
the services on Rosh Hashona morning?
It seems that the Shofar was originally blown
The first Torah Scroll brought to C Ida-
homa Territory via covered woqon In
by pioneer Jewish settler is used by Mich-
ael Finn in reading the Portion oi the Week
at his Bar Mitzvah. the first ever hold at
Altus Air Force Base. Altus. OkrL Th
Scroll, known as the "Simpson Torah," wtn
brought from Ft. Sill. Larwlon. Okla.. where
it has. been a treasured possession ever
since Morris S. Simpson settled in Lav-
Young Finn, whose father is stationed at
Altus AFB. travelled 120 miles weekly lot
four years to study for his Bar Mitzvah v. -
the Jewish chaplain at Ft. Sill, who
ducts a religious school for children oi
Jewish GIs. using curriculum materic:' pro-
vided by JWB's Commission on Je
Chaplaincy. Left to right are Char
Murrcv Berger, Jewish chaplain at Ft. SJ1
who officiated at the Bar Mitzvah. wl h
was part cf the first Jewish Sabbath service
ct Altus AFB; Michael Finn; his fc"
Capt. Joseph Finn; and his grandfather. Ben
Letofsky.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
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SEAT COVERS
Body and Fonder Repairs
3647 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone 633-0181
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PONCE
mv;i;ii STORE
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CORAL GABLES
HI 4-0491
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Patrons New Year Greetings
BARKIN ENVELOPE
MFG. CO.
2740 S.W. 28th LANE
MIAMI
Phone HI 3-7598
Harry and Freda Barkin
Compliments of
111 Kltl H I ft.
-YI-IYFU.
INSURANCE* CONSULTANT
19 W FtAGiER ST.
FIT 1-13
GREETINGS TO ALL
CHARLES' RESTAURANT (Formerly Edith's Restaurant)
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, Owner
7121 N.W. 35th AVENUE
OX 1-6911

HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC.
3475 N.W. 151st STREET
Opa-locka Phone MU 1-8511
"WHOLESALE ONLY"
SINCERE WISHES TO BEST WISHES FOF A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS MAC.
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ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS DIM .ARMK>T FRANCISCO KABAK. Owner I JB 4-2907


. September 24. 1965
r ft empty with the prim**
It the THOUI perform their religious oblfea-
..rtv as possible (Talmud Pesaehim 4A>
'nthe .vna.ogue ritual th. Shofar therefore.
finally'took Place during the early roonung
% of Shacharith. Certain events- occurred
!m! in the Hadrianic persecuUons of the sec
KTccntun or the period immediately following
Soeath'of Hadrian, which forced the Jews to
transfer the Shofar blowing to the late morning
I Musaf service.
It appear sthat the soandlitK of the Shofar in the
MrK- momme servleeor at dawn ws mhtaken by
,mc ,o Indicate that the people of Israel were
railing for a rise to arms mBinst the Romans.
Th,.v thus forbid the Shofar from botn Wt By
vJ^telt/fc* AM/MI
transferring the SHofnr ritual to the late morning
Mnsaf servtce it seemed to hare been evident that
the Shofar was being used only as part of the syn-
agogue service and nothing else.
Once the situation was not dangerous anymore
the .lews still retained two sets of Shofar rituals
The one in the Musaf service was retained "there,
perhaps as a memorial of the persecution which
forced the Jews to place it there. The other was
moved to a period between the reading of the Tor-
ah and the Musaf service. Some claim that it was
instituted there so that on the one hand the late-
comers who missed the Shacharith service would
not miss hearing the Shofar. Also that thn* who
were unable to stay lona: enough ;e hear the en
tire- Musatf service would be able to hear the
Shofar at least alter the reading of the Torah.
Page 11-C
Year in America Israel Relations
Continued from Pege 7-C
I ,., p| ns for additional massive loam and aid
|t buj Egyptian favor.
Bui i Conpeaaaenal vieeary over the hMtuti' e
IpepartmeBt .-^ eeed on the \mm boycott DMMNieali al tiki BtapeaM, wanting Are*
interference arilk American lompaiu.s. backed an
LmendMeM >''< Kxnort Oenasei An 'Ihe aaaew
men) would urnlwbit ftm irom collalxnaimg with
thehoyeoit, tlm* outlawing Arab tactics.
The !iei>artments of Stale ami Commerce urge,!
ICongress to reject the amendment. lanning that
I it would undermine Amerieon boycott policies af
uba and china. Tins inferential attempt
to cqnate the Arab Boycott of Israel with Amenta:)
Mic- to contain Cuba and China w.is reseated
by ConRress.
Under ftNaaaM from the White UMBn* Demo
prate weakened the amendment ,-o that it would
I not actual)* prohibit the boycott but would nev-
ertheless require the Executive Department to
draft measures encouraging companies to resist
the boycott The White-House made this compete
mise when it was realized that Congressional mo-
mentum -was such that a stronger bill was likely.
As the year drew toward an end. at the time
of this u-ritmu. the State Department seemed des
tinad to continue pursuit of Nasser's favor. Only
th,- future can tell whether this will be at the ex
Peiw of I Mae
The late U.S. Ambassador to the United
Nations Adlai E. Stevenson joined in help-
ing National Women's Division of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress present its third an-
nual Louise Waterman Wise Distinguished
Service Awards in May of the outgoing He-
brew Year 5725. Left to right ore Manhat-
tan Borough President Constance Baker
Motley, cited far "service to civil rights;"
Mrs. Charles Sintow, president of AJCon-
gress Women's Division; Ambassador Stev-
enson; Mrs. Marshall Field, honored for
"service to the community;" and Mrs. Isaac
Stern, honored for "service to Israel."
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to our many
Friends and Customers
5726
1965
Happy New Year
As you face the riew year with vision
or>d courage, preose accept the sincere
wishes of your many good friends here
who stand ready al- ^aaa>
woys ... to help you &rt J^i
to rnoke your future xSSit^
brighter ond happier. /MrSa*'s"^V

E ALBERT FALLOT. PmriisSl
BISC-A-YlSrE FEDERAL
Savings and Loan. Association
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NORTHSIDE BRANCH: N.W. 27rh AT 79h ST.
CORAL WAY BRANCH: 1600 Coral Way
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LEKIGH ACRES
DEVELOPMENT CORP.
800-71st STREET
Miami Beach
Phone 865-3541
REROOFING
ROOF REPAIRS
W. P. YEN6LW6, WC.
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IHILE the importance of the rabbi is generally
- T felt throughout the year, the chazan. or cantor,
can be said to assume his most important role
during the High Holy Days. Many of the smaller
congregations, whether they regularly employ a
rabbi or not frequently will engage a chazan just
for Rosh Haahona and Yom Kippur when the syn-
agogues are crowded to capacity.
A title and office which goes back to antiquity
in the annals of Jewish history, the chazan was
the most permanent synagogue office which, in
the early post-Biblical period, served a variety of
functions but which underwent relatively few
changes after the early Midle Ages.
Today's cantor is usually considered to be a
highly skilled vocalist serving to enhance and beau-
tify the services with renditions of melodies
which, though intended for prayer and supplication,
are also entertaining for the congregants.
Much of the popular folklore surrounding the
institution of the ohazan. however, including com
plaints of vanity, mispronunciation and tendency
to prolong the services, goes back many centuries
in the history of chazanut.
Duties of Chasan
The earliest references in the Talmud to the
office of the chazan involved a wide variety of
functions, most of them far from different from the
cantor of today. In Talmudic times, the chazan
served as the overseer of a city, of a court of jus-
tice, of the Temple and later of the synagogue. His
duties included the removal of the Torah scrolls
from the ark, the announcement of the approach
of the Sabbath by trumpet blasts, teaching of young
children, before he eventually confined himself to
the reading of scriptures and recitation of prayers.
The variation in the duties of the chazan de-
veloped mainly from the needs of the Jewish con-
gregation down through the ages in various parts
of the world. These changes reflected the decline
of individual participation in synagogue rites
when the worshipers became increasingly depend-
ent on the chazan. This was followed by an in-
crease in individual participation with the prolifcr-
atlon of printed prayerbooks and the renaissance
of Icwish scholarship. .
The duties of the office also varied with the
size^f the congregation In the huge synagogue
n Mexandria at the beginning of the Common Era.
e^"congregation, unable to folio.- the re.Ra-
tion of the prayers, had to be Signaled by the cha
Z"station*! at an elevated point to respond Amer.
n ,he smaller congregations at various V****
Ltorv the duties of the preacher, judge, school-
er and chazan were discharged by the same
person. .
The chazans duties as a reader of scriptures
and pravers came into general use in the Gaonic
period of the early Middle Ages These duties
grew indispensible as Jewish learning *'*"
S5ty With Hebrew diminished and as standard-
ued'pravers were amplified by piutirn (liturgical
compositions) and chanting. He still often acted as
.ecretarv of the congregation and blew the shofar
on the High Holy Days, but the chanting of prayer
was his main function.
Chans* Resisted
Each change in the prayer ritual such as the
introduction of the piyutim was strongly resisted at
first but the congregations yielded to popular _need
In the medieval hierarchy the chazan did not
rank high. He was classified below scholars and
scribes and just above the "Amei Haarett," (Peo-
ple of the land) Nevertheless, with their expand
big role of representing the people in supplication
before God and as composers of liturgical selec
tions. they were sometimes given exalted places
in the community.
In view of the chazans role as "Sheliach Tzib-
bur," ar "Messenger of the People." the rabbis at-
tached considerable importance to the qualifica-
tions of a candidate for the office. They required
that the piety of all candidates be considered
along with vocal skills. Other qualifications includ-
ed a knowledge of Biblical and liturgical literature,
and that the candidate have a plea.sing appearance.
be married and wear a flowing beard. One author-
ity Amram Gaon. although conceding that any boy
of 13 could legally conduct services, admonished
every congregation to search dilligently for a fully
qualified chazan Asher lien Yehiel said that, ex
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e case of a scholar of great repute, the
'- of the chazan were more important than
J the rabhi.
Lpite of the stringent requirements of can-
Tfor the office, the cantors were not among
|hcst paid officials. Moonlighting often be-
lie order of the day with the chazan also
i- rabbi, judge, teaoher or stiochet (ritual
erer). In some regions, the chazan's main
[of income was from officiating at weddings,
B- and contributions.
Equal Say in Selection
lice the chazan was considered the Messen-
the People, all members of the congrega-
h..l an equal say in his selection and in some
la negative vote by only one member could
ii. selection. All members at first had to con-
equal shares to his salary". As individual
fipation and, printed prayerbooks came into
1 use. however, it became the general prao-
D oJi K>se the chazan by majority vote and to
congregants at least partially according to
lur his salary.
the improved status of the chazan in the
. Ages and modern times, salaries un-
it was increased and special privileges
tax exemption were given to him.
natural, however, that a public official
the art of music -h- uld become tin- tar-
nerous con plaints chief among these
ns en vanit] and prolongation of the
. h \i musical performers might jener-
j the lln Of sanity in the I"1;
:: pi ; i rol inged service due to the
artistic perfo was particularly
i raised over the
rtjnce : Gentile melodies in the prayer lei
t the paucity of truly Jewish tunes often
ess iry for the chazan to be influenced
- environ met
illy, however, the superior qualities il
sts won the public over and the chazan is
pte : today, with some .it the finest vocal
the highest paid in communal life In
\ ises, chazanim have achieved such renown
were attracted to related non-religious
- -' me of them to be found among the most
; todaj s opera star-
:'3
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will even fly to Israel to get tickets for
the musical hit, "Fiddler on the Roof.'
When El Al Israel Airlines agreed to take
advance reservations for the Tel Aviv pro-
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Wurtzel center) before noon the first day.
Hal Prince, producer of the Broadway
show, stopped by El Al's Rockefeller Center
ticket office to see if the Tel Aviv version,
in Hebrew, was selling as well as the orig-
inal. Ann Marisse Jerusalem-born and
currently featured as the Broadway "Fid-
dler's" oldest daughter also stopped by
and took advantage of the opportunity to
brush-up on her almost forgotten Hebrew.
The Tel Aviv, 5.760-mile "Off-Broadway"
show opened at the Alhambra Theatre on
June 7, produced by Giora Godik in associ-
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Husic in the Holy Day Prayers
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
jE ol lV hallmarks of a vvorh>p service is the
music. Many people are more impressed by
dodiM i,i Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
L stall ,hev .ire by the- content* of the prayers
fJU suns by the mM*mes fromUie pulpit.
That i- un.l'->t.indble. The architects of Juda.
Zid M tbal -ay. Every note of the B.ble
, t... *< 10 music. Every word or the prayer-
*k ha, b,, -n.red many times; nd has been
(' wn.s Of song by many consecrated
pp**
ne !. i i- *! hen you approach the Source
| ,,v the Mom of sw,ls and ,'^ds you *ouW
so in I liWl atmosphere Ewn as you lament
- vni{ on Uu- paWOT to make amends for them. That
oir at the holy day services is there to set you
tine..' the uoodness Uiat you am bring into life.
But on the WJITtfT holy days, in addition to
r Mir"I- of the choir, there is the admonition:
kuire. Be strong enough to look yourself into the
U nys Judaism, and ask yourself candidly whe-
Jyoa cant do better as spouse, parent, friend.
fcjjhbor citi/en and recipient f a great set of
ne>
Stress on Inquiry
If ,ou were to split the Torah asunder and di-
Llc it iitto two equal parts, do you know what
[ mj m the very middle? You would find the
h verse of the tenth chapter of Leviticus. And
at verse has Hwsa Hebrew words: "Darosh daw
>h Moshe." "huh mean, "Moses assiduously in-
lired."
, Then we have it. At the very heart of the
L:-'i faith is the stress on inquiry. Moses, the
templar of sensitivity, of whom it was said that
nitj to the Almighty was greater than that
other man. is glorified not because he knew
[ answers but because he asked the right ques-
bns,
Inquire. Investigate. Search. Probe. These are
K behests of our High Holy Days, prompting us
to evaluate our own lues, act as our own judges,
and move ahead towards an ameliorated existence.
During the past year two of the great men that
humanity lost were cherished because they were
inquirers, practteama of. study. The Intellectual
bent of Moshe Sharrett and Adlai Stevenson, two
political figures embossed by their mental acaity.
may remind US M the fact that our tradition'calls
Dpon III not onlj to hearken to the choir, but to
the imperative, Inquire.
.Also our liturgy tings to US I sang Of Require.
There art certain demands made upon us which
we ought to heed. The Shofar sound- for you, and
summons us to awaken innn our moral torpor.
In the prayerbook we are told that we are not
doomed il we live up to three requirements. Those
three t's are tefilah. tzedakah and tshuvah. What
then, do the High Holy Days require of thee?
They require tefilah. prayer, the recognition
of the fact that we are not -Hf sutfiiient. not self-
made. The humility Induced by prayer can save
us from the devastating inroads of arrogance and
egomania.
Charity is Required
Tzedakah is required, too. That word means
charity, and also charitableness. Let us be as harsh
in judging ourselves as we are in the case of others.
T/edakaii means the righting of wrongs which
comes from righteousness.
Tshuvah is Hebrew for repentance in the sense
of return to the pristine purity of our childhood.
When we were children, our parents invested many
hopes in us. They held up certain ideals for us.
They presented us with a splendid scale of values.
Let us effectuate a tshuvah to those shining pre-
cepts. That is what the High Holy Days whisper
to us.
So when you're ensconced in your pew. and
you are reviewing the year and wondering what
the High Holy Days are really about, remember
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and perhaps they will transport you to thoughts
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ON THE U.S. CULTURAL SCENE SEEMS NEVEP-END1NG
ions: dManming 9o/ of American jh
tS we begin to reflect on the New Year and how
to (Ma Itt many challenges, we cannot help
loi k ng back to see what ha, occurred in the United
StetC* during the year which has just fled, and
how some of the years developments may af-
fect our future as Jews in the United SUMS.
It is more and more apparent that the Ameri-
can Jew has attuned a prime role in American
society, in cultural and intellectual life and even in
the daily life of all Americans. It is perhaps aym
bolic that one of the twin astronauts. Major White,
carried with him into space a Mogen David, a,
well as OrUtiafl symbols. It also has been common
for major general magazines (and not only the
specialized Jewish journals) to devote long eetaya
to the emergence of "The American Jew' (as in
Time magazine.)
When Irving Malta's academic, university-
sponsored book. "Jews and Americans" was pub-
lished, the New York Times Sunday Book Review
devoted its front page to speculations and obser-
vations on the phenomenon of the impact of Jew-
ish writing and culture upon tfie rest of the Ameri-
can people. When Martin Buber died, the Ameri-
can press found reams of space to describe his
influence and his teachings. Rabbinical woven-
tions are covered closely by knowledgeable re
porters- and. of course. Israel, in many of its
manifestations, is thoroughly covered by the na-
tion's press, although not always as fairly as it
mi^ht be.
Visiting Hraal
More and more Jewish students and young
couples visit Israel, bringing with them a special
brand of idealism and carrying away memories
ews
and experiences which are oound to enrich their
livea back home. Summer camps are prolifer-
ating and many of them are now religiously orient,
ed. cr Hebrew-speaking, with emphasis on the Jew
ish heritage. Jewish organizations stress Jewish
issues more than ever before and sponsor summer
camps, trips to Israel and youth seminars. ,
Meanwhile, the impact of the Jew on "he cul
tural scene appears never-ending, wiVi Zero Mas-
tel. in "Fiddler on the Roof making the world of
Sholem Aleichcm almost part of the American
scene Of course, there are cynical and critical
"voices as well, writers who think "Fiddler on the
Roof" does not reflect Jewish values, who believe
that the success of the Leon Uris-Harry Golden
popular writer is not a sign of maturity.
Nevertheless, as we face the New Year, we
Continued on P9 1*0


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Recollections of Yiddish Theatre
By BEN 0. FRANK
THE smokj CSfc m ;,,! Mfton who iHstuustd the nifbt'j prcsrn
tilt ion.
The actors ami MtfMSSI wmiM saunter down
the ;ivemie and people would nod to them in re-
spect and admiration
The benefits' would crowd the naileries, gal
leries whose tickets were inexpensive so all could
attend
Youth came They loved it After all the*
spoke Yiddish, read the Yiddish press and lived the
Yiddish language.
It was alive and bustling and then- were
three <>r four shows week: a real repertory the-
ater
Yes. it was the heyday of the Yiddish Thea-
ter recalled /.vce Seller. I>er Cram MefMef
of radio Station WfvYI) and currently playing in
Krondwriv's smash hit. Fiddler on Ihe Roof
Weakened Beyond Repair
Since the IfMFs and HM"X of course Scooler
has seen the Yiddish Theater weakened to wtftM
most fer-l i< beyond repair
If will never l>e the same \>-t this -tar. who
participated in mam- of Maurice Schwartz's pro-
ductions, still hopes for a revival Fvcn if the r<-
vivr.l. he says, comes not with the language itself.
but with the same spirit of theater that existed
41 years ago on New York1- I^wer Fast Side
Scooler and thousands of others will be liappv
The solution, of course, prrhably will not l>e
with a revival of that renaissance Yiddish Theater
that existed four decades aoo: that is. in Yiddish
language productions The return may come in
a presntation and awareness of 9hofem Aleicheni
and PeiTtr throng ;l new method- KngTish
For example, last year Scooler played the
lead in an Englisrvlaneuage presentation The
Theater of Peretz." And this year Fiddler on
the Roof" is playing to packed house*
If this English-language presentation and ac-
ceptance continues to take hold among younj
American JeWs who do not know Yiddish and are
not particularly interested in learning it. one can
IV1 SCOOtf*
tewsrtft** ssfetf
be sure that the spirft of the Yiddish Theater g|
.<> thri\e
Yiddish Theater Was Envied
rVr it was the spirit of the Yiddi-h TV**]
that |>ar icipants like Senolee rememVr aklil
manv wtfl hope someday will return
The andleneeV he recalled rrtci' alaac}
with you and they laoghed alone with >i-a" tw|
reviews were red) and in the iee-cre.v> parimj
on Kst Kroadway it also wao YiddiOi Tbfairj
that was dismissed
The Yiddih Theater actor*, of ctwsa tat*!
sure that they did their job. tow. said vs-iter tj. 1
ha* pl.iyed in *evrral films "Yon ga
last guy in the balcony heard it.*' derlar.-d Seashr
who added that ;n thn^e days there w *> -art
thing a ^n amplifying system
Then too. the Yiddish Theater wan the ewyol
Broadway aetnrv First '>f all the caM .<; tie Y*
dish stage nfoyed for as long as 34 week- jndtaei
went on the road for 10 more weeks Hrot*nj
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[ow the U.S. Encourages Learning
By A. ELIHU MICHELSON
IhRISTIANS have a long tradition relating to
special periods during the year that are devot-
!,. cultivation of the religious life to prayer,
?dilation, learning, and discussion. Apart from
annual Ten Days of Penitence, such periods of
iuious emphasis or spiritual retreat were vir-
Hy imknoAvn among Jews in earlier genera-
k. In our time, however, many Jewish groups
America h*ve learned the real advaniages of
icmhling in relative seclusion in order to con-
iirate on Jewish eommunal and religious con-
rns. Synagogues, for example, arrange weekend
treats each year.
In some instances, these institutes are held
the home .community. More qfjga, members of
lo group spend a number of days at a camp or
.sort. Other Jewish organizations. B'nai
fr:th !*rticularly, have made extensive use <>f
i hnique. Jewish Community Centers in many
i the country have experimented with study-
,. of thjj kind, and Jewish youth associa-
ns frequently have area-wide assemblies at
i rs from several communities gath-
r everal days of study, prayer, and socia-
Dity.
tins in the Armed Forces have
i the religious emj i riods and preach-
issions of their non Jewish and
nohled them according to the emerging pat-
the Jewish retreat Tin result of this mer-
- the Torah Convocation. This name is fe-
is :n th;:t it emphasizes both the value of
I i j and the importance of assembling for mean-
urnil Jewish Irving. At all major military ir-.tall.i-
01 I, gatherings designed t<> instruct and Inspire
Jewish servicemen anil the members of their fam-
iies are held with a measure of regularity.
Toroh Convocations
TTie military authorities promote and support
Men Torah Convocations because they arc re-
ardpd as a positive factor in building morale
linong Jewish members of the Armed Forces.
,rmy chaplains themselves are encouraged to
lix-iid on<> half day each month in spiritual re-
teal Thus, all Jewish chaplains in Kurope slather
regularly for study, and the military provides
transportation and a per diem allowance for that
purpose
The Air Force has made it a matter of policy
to have a Torah Convocation annually at every do-
mestic installation to which a Jewish chaplain is
assigned on a full-time basis. In addition to the
chaplain, a visiting rabbi generally participates
in a number of sessions held on successive days.
Each session is devoted to a significant Jewish
theme. There is a presentation followed by free
discussion and a summary. Of course, the effort
is always made to emphasize positive Jewish val-
ues.
Army as Sponsors
The Department of the Army has, on several
Occasions, none to considerable expense to spon-
sor ,i -cries of week-long conferences on Judaism
in an effort to reach every segment of the Jewish
I roup .a Important Army posts. These efforts are
plaaaed and supervised bj Jewish Welfare Board's
Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy. Some years
ago a series of Torah Convocations on the theme
ol Jewish Leadership" was arranged at 16 Army
installations in the continental United stale- The
owing year, the theme was 'Creative Jewish
Living." Thi >e involved the use ol
team of Jewish exper s a rabbi, an educal r,
a representative of a Jewish women's group and
., JWB staff member.
Overseas, the Terah Convocation take, a varie-
ty of forms. The Army maintains the General
Weaker Hotel at Berchttagaden, Germany, largely
lor the use Of religious groups. Several time- an-
nually, she Jewish chaplains in Kurope pool their
resources and inviie genuinely interested Jewish
personnel to attend convocations there. The at-
tendance has been excellent. The program, have
been trul> inspiring and instructive because the
chaplains conduct sessions in their own special
fields of interest.
Similar Torah Convovations have been held
in Japan and Korea often in connection with
the minor Jewish holidays. To these gathering.
Jewish personnel from the Army. Navy, and Air
Continued on Page 12-D
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Year's Top Stories at UNatioJ
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United Nations
OFFICIALLY, we are now mid-way in the United
O Xations Decade of International Coition.
Unofficially, this past year night be referredI to
as the Year of Thunderous Silence. Not that ora
tory was missing. People did talk. But as into a
bottomless barrel.
The General Assembly of 1964-65 Ml a sad
fiasco To prevent a confrontation between the
two giants the U.S.A. and the USSR there was
no voting except once on a procedural i^sue Con-
sequently, it appeared to the general public there
was no action. Israels situation was. in that re
Spect no different than the position of other*.
And yet things did happen, if only by onmus-
sion as far as Israel was concerned.
There were the usual series of complaints by
Israel against aggression by the Arabs There
were the usual, usually-false, replies by the Arabs,
charging Israel with "aggression." Only one 01
those complaints came to a head through Security
Council action. As far as the IN was concerned
it was a paper war, the noise being made tnostlj
by the mimeograph machines and the typewriters
So much for the political front.
Charges of Discrimination
On the human rights issue-, there was
open talk hut. again, no action resulted, except
on one important occasion In the Human R
i mmission and in its parenl body, the Economic
and Social Council, harsh charges of Soviet dis-
criminations against Russian Jewry were von
no terms Bui Moscow
Aft< r one notable occi
.-- .. of cultural and religi
tlOli-
bassadi r G 0 \rkad e\
the Zionist es wi uld res
--; s policy vis-a-vis the & et
Union's .:- *ish mi 5o much for Ru
of p sh issue
But was there n progress at all? That
true. Iii such meetings ;.- were held and i
side the Assen th< r were quite a few
was shown to )>.v< gained more popularit) tl
ADIAI STfVfNSON
teeth ie>rtfe
ever in the so-called outsid< met
:- and lounges, there was less imbt
ever thai Israel is a full member ol
nd reapectfuU) ackm vied
>,-r id excellent standing
4e i- wh.it happened I
, rnor "t 'he Bank of I I
plan for improving Internatioi >; trade tl
::., | |j .,- "the H I U p.a'l
rj m a special reporl b> j
nned and del ati d -
pie : But whi th< r I
ir noi '
.-,,:! iii.
Unwanted Satbatical
- to tin IN
is thi i a|
I n ma) h
au ii i on run
. al it i .'I
The sal batical year i- i -
Continued on Page 15-D
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1965
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leys
ish Settlers in A irgin Islands

By RAPHAEL ROTHSTEIN
. American tourista the Virgin Wanda
vstal clear watara, gleaming beach<
ping Few of .ho levaral Umuaand
Iews i, year vacation In the Vir-
realize that thc ma,n lslan , Jewiah community dating back
i.,. islands wire known us tbe Danish
. j, also I little known fact that the
i, settlers on St. Thomas had been in
in helping the American colonies de-
British m the American revolution, The
, jews m he Carthbean often reads like
' .,. ., rj in which they are seen com-
ates dealing In slaves, defying Greal
... surviving catastrophic hurricanes ami
~_.____ -^^gfaanasja
years ago Mdor Pinwonaky, a member
!U SI IhomM merchant family and
r of the present governor of the Virgin
rote I short history of the Jews of the
I, response to requests voiced by
, visitors to the St. Thomas synagogue,
. sive loftj white building built in the
style. In his introduction to Mr I'liew-
, novelist Herman Wouk. a resident
nas, described the synagogue u "an
architectural monument of the Jewish
the New World."
Settled in the Vt* 1**5
, .vonsky is today the authority on the his-
lh< Jews "f the Virgin Islands. Thanks to
l- in assembling disparate sources of his-
hcal information it is possible to place together
airly comprehensive picture of the Jewish Set-
r long, complex and often epic history.
.land Ol SI Thomas wa- officially Sel
id ,,, 665 and there is documentary evidence f
r there from that tune Originally they
k. st, Thomas u ship owners, chandler-.
d as slave traders The slave trading be
been Guinea and the Danish West Indies and the
kportii of mm. molassM and other products to
Lropi -ulted In rich profits for these Jewish
a : in the new worl 1
lition to "he merchant adventurers res
|t!'.> I
broi
.
r
i

l
sk>
SI I
Iport
Dpll :
Ir 1
Aged couple relax in newly-established
home lor the aged in El Jadida. Morocco.
The home, opened by a group of local vol-
unteers, receives help from the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee with funds provided by
the United Jewish Appeal.
ident in St. Thomas there is also proof that some
Jews lived on the Island of St. Thomas as shop-
keepers and peddlers. It is probable that these
early settlers worshipped privately for there is
no record of a synagogue in St. Thomas.
The real growth of the Jewish population, ac-
cording to Mr Paiewonsky, came in the years fol-
lowing 1781. :^ a direct result of the destruction
I :. the British of the nearby Dutch West Indian
Island "if St, Eustius SI Bustius or Statia, as
it waa called, is a small rocky patch of land in the
Caribbean but during the period of the Amenc.ni
Revolution it figured prominently in the struggle
. linst the British.
Due to n- statu-. as a free port, St. F.ustatius at-
Continued on P9e 10-D
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Two Worlds in WilHamsburgh
By MURRAY GUNNER
Executiv. Director, Willi.msburg YM and YWHA
ONE of the most dramatic changes which haw
taken place 111 the neighborhood in the YM and YWHA of Williamsbuni In Brooklyn
has been functioning and prowdinu aenricei >
nuM-e ,han half a century ha, been ,ts eJJ^
aS a stronghold of Hasidism. due to the mlli
ultra-Orthodox Hasidim. survivors ol the HttWI
madness in Europe.
At first the iia.Md.m were hostile and reeent-
fid towards the other Jam in the art*. The}
taunted them for not being Jewish enough. Tne>
picketed atom owned bj Jew* who violated um
Sabbath. They were openl> hostile to the \
A Jewish Communit) Center la roppoeed to
serve all .lews whatever their points of view Bui
how do vou serve a group thai dot sept >"'
your ageaeg or y ur principles? Thai was the ques
lion whieh confronted the YM and YWHA ol Wil-
liaaaafcuif.
Summar Program
The Y started serving the Hasi lim by sponsor
ins: a summer camping program for strictl) obsen
an) boys and by offering the use of the Y physn
al education facilities on a selective basis With the
help of our honorary president. Dr H Metmuth
Sternberg, we were gradually able to interesl a
major yeshiva in the Y*s program and gained ac-
cess to some of the homes ol the Haaldim and to
the PTAs of some of the yeshivas.
The Y's services became more acceptable to
them, and soon we were able to have an outdoor
Hasidic Art Exhibit a la Greenwich Village, an art
class with a Hasidic rehho as its instructor, an
evening program for elementary school age Hasid-
ic boys, special tutorins classes, a modern dance
class for ultra-Orthodox ^irls, a Counselor-inTrain
inff course for Hasidic teenage boys, a gym-wim-
and-exes-rise program for girls and women, a
"Housewives' Holiday" for mothers looking for
some form of relaxation, special nijhts for ultra
Orthodox men and boy> who want to learn weiht-
lifting, boxing, swimming and basketball, and adult
classes in English.
Tiadmoncil JewiBh themee are ie.:tu:ea |
the qrowinq number of permanent an co.
lections on display at Jewsh Community
Centers atlihated with the National Jewi*t
Welfare Board. On exhibit at the Cleve-
land Jewish Community Center, the pua>
winning photo above was taken at tas
Tomb ol David in Israel and reflect
quiet serenity of the subject. Ar: clubs.
music, drama and the many other Jew.tk
Community Center activities are more then
leisuie-tune pursuits, since they are the
means throuqh, which Jewish identification
can be strengthened among members ol
400 JCCs and bianche* in the United Start*
and Canada.
Since then, the Wuiiamsburg Y's pr^rojn for
the IUidim ba blossomed to such an extent that
t liere are now more than 1.400 Ha-sidim from 23 dif-
ferent Ha-eidic sects enreHed as Y member*. n>
resenting 43 percent of the total member-tup. (Tst
Wiuutuiburj: Y is the only one of the Natioaal
Jt-wish Welfare Board's (JWB'sl 447 affiliated J<
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May your New Year be
filled with the better
things of life.
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jay. September 24, 1965
+Jew Is* florkBan
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.,,,,......||| Centers, branches and camps with
.b | heavy Hasidic membership.)
Loo, Wattin* Lift
The tremendous demand for resident camping
jtosU&C boys has been overwhelming. The reg-
rauon tor Camp Motfon Avraham the resi-
nt summer camp for ultra-Orthodox boys a(U.-d
,0 13 is the highest that it has ever been, and
ere is a long waiting list. The development of
s camp as spearheaded by Judge S. Reymort
ter V president; Burton J. Sklar, committee
hairman; Albert Joffe. honorary chairman of
fcamp Avraham; and Rabbi Isaac N. Train-
0i the PullItWl f Jew** Philanthropies.
A Munmer camp for Masidu- girls, the first of
U kind. WU opened this year by the William s-
Jurg V and named the IV. H. Melmuth Sternberg
fainp in honor of the Y's honorary president. A
iulc spectrum f recreational and educational
[ctivitias, as well as regular Bible and Talmud
ktudy groups. **w Providd during each of the
hrtt week camping sessions.
The Y conducts a leadership training course in
tampmi: skHhl for Hasidic boys which has been
brticdarly popular Interest is high in swimming.
Bfesavinf ;id water safety courses and activities,
u.-II .- judo, karate, weih:lifting, volleyball
imi lumblin*.*. In fact, some of the Hasidim are be-
ojuiog i^ood in these activities that a number of
Ihem win awards for proficiency at the Y's annual
urU- awards nights.
MasMtc Dy Camp
I'l-.i- Y has set up a apeoUic Hasidic day camp
k,rm. in addition to its usual day camping ac-
tivity, with time set aside for Torab learning, sep-
[iii-.ii'- .- miming. and special ihisidic staff.
There has been a big rise in the number of
iHasidic famdy memberships. The Hasidic women
ire taking advantage of the Y's Housewives' Ikrfi-
Idaj" program, which provides steam room, gym-
ptaftie*, swimming instruction and other physical
[education activities. This program is particularly
[popular because the Y has a baby-sitting serviwe
Mor Uw young chiMien and provides lunch for them
I and their mothers.
Since gUt.kosher-food was-.substituted for or-
tdinary kosher -meat and milk,. Hasidic tomilies
sending their pxe-school youngsters to the Y's
Bil-day uurserj' program. Tin- ultra-Orthodox .wo-
men are attending the Y's sewing, art and English
classes in greater numbers. Tutoring in all sub-
lets is in big demand. Classes in modern dance,
cooking, wood-working crafts and music have cap-
tured the interests of the youth. A driver edu-
cation course has also proven popular.
Many of the Hasidim feel so much at home at
the Y that they bring their personal problems
with them problems related to sickness, finan-
ces, family relationships, children, and others.
The Y's rabbinical staff refers them to the prop-
er family or child care agency, hospital. I'nited
Hias Service or other institutions.
Serious Employment Problems
Tie Hasidim have serious employment and
vocational problems because of their religious re-
quirements and other factors. Those who are
more financially fortunate are in real estate, bro-
kerage houses and the stock market; others have
their own businesses in such lines as knitting,
neckwear, handbags, silverplating, diamonds. Jew-
elry, and the glat kosher food industry'
A few are religious functionaries such as sex-
tons, mashgichim. succlntim, teachers and the
like. But many are unskilled. They have no trade.
Their opportunities for apprenticeship are lim
iled. They are strict Sabbath observers and want
to be off on Passover, Sukkoth and Shavuothsome
of them even ask off for Purim and Tisha B'Ab
and this further limits their employment possibil-
ities. The yeshivas do not provide vocational
guidance and counseling services. There are very
few employment resources to which the Hasidim
can turn.
To meet this pressing need, the YM and YWHA
of Williamsburg and the Federation Employment
and Guidance Service are working on a program
to improve the opportunities for the Hasidim to
find employment. A register of employers who
will accept Shomer Shabbas employees is being
compiled. In addition, we are trying to open up
or increase opportunities for them in Civil Ser-
vice by making the right contacts, improve their
chances for learning new trades and becoming
apprenticed, and.provide vocational guidance for
yeshiva students.
The basic approach of tbe.Y has been to offer
the Hasidim the services and facilities which thev
cannot provide themselves.-The fact that the Y
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HIALEAH, FLORIDA
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324 NE 13* STREET
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-MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
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and FAMILY and the
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IK 3-2711
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The Officers and Directors and Staff
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Extend iheir best wishes for
a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year
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for a Most Happy
New Year
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It Was Mixed Year for LiteratvJ
By HAROLD U. RIBALOW
AS a professional book rev.ewer and library
AScr J U my chore and sometimes m>
pte^to km!p with *<* *?
i.eUon pubh-hed if. the "*"*?*%* on
cerned with Jews, that is writ** *'"
I sometimes suspect, for Jews:, re.der *
years, the books arc better than the, art n >.he
"vcars. And. aso.trn happens, the product of on.
year is worse than that of the previous year.
This past year has given us a mixed t|
Jewish ficUon.lt.e older. esUblishedwrite^hav*
not been i.,zy and some of them h
new novels. Saul Bellow's Herzog. ol course, wa
one oi the m st conttoversial works ol fiction o
U yea/. Herzog. a Jewish inteUectu.....ho cannot
find peace ol soul, entranced thousands ol read
ers but also irritated thousands more Some cnl
ics praised the book highly, and Bellov received
manv major Uterarj awards an i internaUo
(ante other critics, like Maxwell Geistnar. con^
sidered Herzog a failu
.- literary fraud. Laura Z "'
famou- Gentleman's Agreement, ofl new
novel. Firs; Taper-, after year, of -ilcnce
It was not critically well received, f"r th<
ics believed that her tale of a Yiddish new spaper
editor was more documentary than fictional, and
dull in the bargain Herman Wouk. whose earlier
Jewish novels were long and ambitious, came up
with an entertainment.'' a basically trivial book
called Don't Stop the Carnival, about a .livw-h
public relations man who buys .1 resort hotel Irwin
Shaw, another novelist whose reputation has been
in decline, published Voice, of a Summer Day,
the story of an American Jew who reflect- on h;-
pas: life and tries to relate himself to his >>>un-
son. It is a nostalgic book which misses import
and somehow falls flat when compared with hi-
own earlier novels and those of the significant
Jewish novelists who emerged after Shaw fir>t won
a reputation as a popular writer.
Palestine Pioneers
On the other hand some of the veteran writ-
ers have produced some of their best work during
this pa;t year Michael Blankfort in Behold the
Fire, has told in fictional form the st0rt
N1L1 spies, a group of men and women a t.
tine who helped the English conqur r.ij,?'
dunne World War 1. In his novel, BlanfcfJj!
wrirteen movingly about Jew- who fcoJli
wanted the Yishuv to break awa> from T?*|
nipt Turkish Empire In the eour-e of hi. .^H
informs us of the difficulties faced by U> pj!!j
in Palestine. He has brought hi-tory. an oZj
meal of it. to vivid life Hit novel it..,.. I
remembered. Isaac Bashevi- Singer, m S!mi,l
I] ha- given us another collection M
.) magical short storiea, steeped in Jeui.-iwl
nd mores He is violent, colorful -i-xual hWI
have irritated some Jewi-h critics who like t,!j
that Jews are like other pe pit no bets
surety no wor-e. But they ovrrlo < Sin;'*:,,
the imaginative tale They gasp it
! ut Uw) overlook Mi remarkable wnl
g gifts which transcend the q
! tor the Jews"" H. den
...-t i- an artis: who r;.nk- j
contemporary tlmi
And finally, Seymour Epstein Lest
hi- r'ac0 ',n M|s third novel .....
modern day novelists He actept 1
tr> imt; to make an average linmarru
Citing fictionally and he -in. -,-|
almost finds life passing her b>. Sh.
-he finds it difficult to fall in low Her
mother are separated and the m. i [
love with her are not worth ber love Her mottej
trie- to win her away from her fat?
iher l- a pathetic dreamer I -.:
Epstein writes an extraoi
impressive pTformance and I.e.ih t.-|
oraldi novel
These, however, are the practiced r. ..sts.ISMI
'professionals \shat about ih* new i ncs, uai |
younger writres? I'nhappily. the) are less goatI
than thev and some critics i think the laV]
lact Markfield for example, has been inf f |
many years, but his first novel, To an Ear | Grtw.
ha- become a "big name" on the basi novtl I
But i- it really important0 I think no) .< 11
morons satirical tale of a handful of wkefcl
tellecttiala in New- York City TV jok< i '".'
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+JeistirhrHinn
pat;* jWr
h while Markfield is witty nd his dialogue
Ltimes clev*r, he also can be boring. More
' he does not have the narrative gift and
cerebral than gifted as a story-teller.
Intellectual Jew
,i Rovit. the literary critic and academician,
Urebral in his first novel. The Player King,
I about an intellectual Jew. It U full of lit-
,, jdea parodies of book reviews, selections
|a ,<>urnal and almost everything except a
Corv that keeps alive the interest of the read
Lm'v Larner, a talented journalist, is not par
lv intellectual as Markfield and Rovit
but his 'black humor" misses more often
hits. His book is a college campus novel (a
common type nowadays) about a Jewish ath-
ld drug addiction, and university Intellect*
has Its coarse moments and some humor.
much a young man's book, undici-
vulgar and without much meaning. His nov-
Bve He Said, won a big. fat prize, which may
reflection on the judges more than on the
ai reading public.
.tin Mamia, an undeservedly overlooked
writer, has made an impressive debut with
tor) of a Jewish family in a small New
jV,,! town and the relationship between mem
the family and the Christians in the town.
I picture of small-town life and it cap-
the tension* under which the Jews live in a
nunity where they know they are constantly
judged because they are Jews. The title re-
to romantic love, but to the love, or lack
within the Jewish family, between the father
fa troublesome son. It carries forward the old
. of the conflict of the generations, but it
mature novel, one well worth reading and
king about.
Young Girl as Heroine
Two >oung women also published their first
Ms during this past year, women who write
Lit Jews and who have received a great deal of
Jcal attention. One of the books is pretentious.
Li poelic and rather good even as the author
Ises lr effects. Her name is. simply. Sara (no
(name). Ami the name of her book offer* an idea
her pretentiousness. It is entitled Where Mist
Ihes l>ream and Song Runs Naked.
Actually, it isn't as bad as it sounds. It is the
of a poor Jewish family in Boston and the
discovery of love and passion and truth by the
young girl of the family. It contains violence
vrape and drugs) but it also has its moments of
tenderness, shattered dreams and ideals and the
lack of understanding of the young by their par-
ents.
In R o s a 1 y n Drexler's I Am the Beautiful
Stranyer. a young girl, too, is the heroine, a 13-year,
old Jewish girl who lives in the Bronx and who
is also looking for her own kind of freedom. The
parents of the girl have their own difficulties and
so does the heroine. Selma Silver. Mrs. Drexler
has been praised for genuine gift for characteri-
zation and for capturing the lonliness of the grow-
ing adolescent.
Two young men have produced collections of
short stories on American. European and Israeli
life. They are Hugh Nis.son-.on and Irwin Faust.
Nissenson discloses a small talent, carefully nur-
tured. His book contains seven stories, on life in
Poland. Israel and the I'nited States. All of his tales
are about Jews, some of them no more than anec-
dotes and some on a European scene he doesn't
know but has heard about. Yet some of his stories
are worth reading, especially one about a Bar
Uitzvah boy who is a stammerer but insists on
going through the long and complicated Bar Mitz-
vah ceremony He also has a good story about
Israel and the relationship between an Arab and
a Jew.
A Mixed Year
Faust, who writes "Jewish" as well as other
stories, has a particularly painful tale about a Jew
who suffers a nervous breakdown as a result of his
experiences in Germany. It is a bit like one of
Isaac Bashevis Singer's unusual stories. Clearly,
Faust has something to say. in his Jewish story
as well as in his tales about the poor and dis-
possessed in New York. Both men. however, may
have done better had they withstood the tempta-
tion of too-early publication in book form.
It has been, as 1 indicated at the outset of this
survey, a mixed year for Jewish fiction. But as a
steady reader of Jewish writing will be glad to
confess, it is worth keeping up wkh this genre, for
some of our best writers are American Jews and.
as the books roll off the presses, we can truly ex-
pect that next year, or the year after that, will pro-
duce better, more truthful, more substantive books
than we had this year.
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Friday. Sep^-ja,.
Jewish Settlers in Virgin Islands
Continued from Page 50
traded a largo number of Sophardic-Jei>h traders
pered by supplying the hard pressed A"aru-n
revolutionary forces with mihtar, ******
supplv of arms to the COtonie. a %****T
oi friction bt.cen England and Holland h. *
urtlOO in the eyes of Britain bcame mtole.-ble*
ta December. 1780. Britain declared war agl n>t the
Dutch and deployed a fleet under Admiral Rodney
to wipe out the St. Eustathis Lrading settlement. In
February 1781 Rodney struck, captured the island
and destroyed the business center. D^rtWng the
island as a "nest of vipers deeervini! a MOM*
bag in a letter to a fellow Naval offlcef
Kodnev claimed that had it not been for the BL
Ku.sU.sies traders the- American rebellion could not
have subsisted.
Fearful of their future at the hands of the en-
raged British, the Jewish merchants took their
families and whatever they could salvage from
their fortunes and fled to nearby St Thomas.
A major source of information about the early
19th Century Jewish settlement on St Thomas hi
a history of the Danish West Indies written by John
P. Knox. pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church of
St. Thomas, published in 1852. Knox reported that
after the sacking of Ft. Kustatius by Rodney most
of the Jews there came to St. Thomas and held
private prayer meetings until 1796 when a congre-
gation was formed and a synagogue called "Bless-
ing and Peace.'* was built. In the two years from
1801 to 1803 the Jewish population of St. Thomas
increased from nine families to 22 families, due to
arrivals from Fngland. Curacao and other places.
In 1804 the synagogue was destroyed by fire. A
small building served as a house of worship until
1823 when a larger synagogue was erected to meet
the growing needs of the community. .Again in 1831
fireTaied the Jews spiritual center and. determ-
ined as-ever, the Jews of St. Thomas built the pres-
ent synagogue in 1833.
First-Reference te Rabbi
The first reference to a rabbi is conUined in
an account of a dispute which occurred in 1844 over
ritual procedure. 'Mr. Paiewonsky tflls us that "A
J%'~
*':--
3ajl _>
For use in pie paring blind jev..sh yo
for their Bar Mitsvah oeramon.es. the *
ish Braille Institute of America publish
Maftirs in Hebrew and English uaiU<
ing the outgoing Hebrew Year. Pracc
with one of them is Jettiey Bennett.
Bronx. N.Y.. and cooking on cue Mr.
than H. Wadler (center). president c A
Women's Branch oi the Union of Ortsjod
Jewish Congregations of Amer.cc, and til
Isidor Freedmau (right), chcurr.cn oi a|
National Braille Gomtnittee.
segment of the -OorrRregarion lerJ by Judth Si
and Maihed Mara refused to attend syi
aervices one Sabbath. Immediatelv after 0b%<
of the Sefer Torah to taw Ueehai. they i*arjrt U
Rabbi Carillon proceeded with the wren*
and the Musaph was completely omitted. \4
mittee oi congregation notables *ai fo
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lenist fh-rHrHirtr
Page 11-D
,-te awl reported that the charges wore Hell
Ihe ritual was Uien rearranged and har-
. -tored to the congregation. Rabbi Carillon
Thomas shortly afterwards for Jamaica
IMS lie dedicated a synagogue in Montego
L,e 1863 only three rabbis have served the
[, si Thomas. In 1888 Rabbi N. N. Nathan
the pulpit of the synagogue and held it
yew* He was succeeded by Reverend Da-
oie wlw began service in the St. Thomas
.,. rf ...Mstant to Rabbi Nathan in 18*4.
rdoM mtved until his death in 1914 at Mm
v is rtllril hi reijin of office that the
,,| the 3mm in the Virgin Islands de-
.Vith the advent of steam. St. Thomas.
..d grown 10 greatness by being a tranv
. -1 Center, free port and port of repair for
.lling cUppera !>lying the waters of Uk- Car-
.ac*d a difficult situation.
.-Inns could be more serviced in Europe
,,- I nitod States (iramially the island'-, mer
.- dwindled and the Jews, who had been
in era b .111 180Q the ceneua reported 141 Jews
nnai In l'-'ll at the tune of RobbJ Car-
ath only handful were left, probably no
n t" Rnbtt Cantone vnt Buanonneo. in
Moses D Sj-^i, who in 1917 was the on I)
I ininisier in St. Thom;i> 00 hand to wit-
uranator of the \'irain island- from Den
DM L nited State*. The Jews m St. 'lhouia-
td well under t'se Danes and had held main
- of taunt. It will be re.ailed that in 1811
\ became tho lust nation to fiant the J*>
l status.
Herman Wook Crtdited
942 there were only about 50 Jews on St.
but the ensuing years, which brought i
.-aia Kumuean Jewish immigration to Anier.
[>- ed to swell the number of Jed in the Vtr-
inds. ll there was no official figure, he estimated
i >ish p.n>nl.tion today to be about 8n fam-
roughly 2ta>250 souls. They are mainly en-
n shopkeeping and the tourist industry.
. Paiewensgy credit*- Herman Wnuk. with
istrnmeotal in brinuinu a Hebrew teacher
l-land sftearheading a revival of Jewish
learnmg. Today regular Hebrew classes are held
at the (ynngogne.
A visit to the old Jewish cemetery of St. Thomas
ii \ i..Is epitaphs dating liom the early 19th cen<
tury.
The gravestones bear the name of some 80
famou., Sephardic famdies such as Athias. Benja-
mu. Cardoze. Henriques and Pissaro. In addition
;. lewer number of well-known Ashkenazi fanulirs
are nmtmwtm\ Uattaf birthplaces in Holland,
(iermany and England.
Several illustrious Sephardic Jews have hailed
from the Virgin Islaads. Judah P. Benjamin who
bOSMM Attorney General and Secretary of War
in .V cabinet of Ccnlederate President Jefferson
Duwil mm born in St. Creix in 1811. Following the
South', detent in the Civil War, Benjamin went to
En ilanit and France where he distinguished him-
self as a legal expert. The lather of Fren.h [mores.
sioniMii. the world renoune.i paintOI Camille Pis-
sank, uraa born in St. Thomas in I*!!). His original
name was jacui> Piaarro but he rhenged it after
emigrating to France a.- a y ling man. The famous
Philadelphia physician, Jacob Mendes da Costa,
v, as bora in Si 'liiomas in :
Hittcry Repeated Elsewhere
In recent years Sephardic dominants has given
\\a\ tu the influx of Ashlwnazic Jews. 1 asked Mi-
Paiewonsky, the 2(^year-old son of fsidor
Paii xonskj and nephew ol the Governor, if the
Scphaxdic ritual was still followed in the syna-
gogue He explained that the ritual now is a con-
glomeration of both Sephardic. and Ashkenazic in-
iludices and senna to siut everyone. While visiting
the synagogue, I noticed stacks of the Reform
Prayer Book.
As I .-food one late afternoon in the well-
stocked Paiewonsky shop (hatting with Michael and
looking at the bargain hungry shoppers strolling
a lung Main Street. I reflected that tho history of
the Jews of the Virgin Islands has been repeated
throughout the world. Who can count the time that
Jews, denied the right to live in one place, nave
pacekd their few belongings and followed the trade
routes to remote settlements in quest of a better
life and the freedom to be Jews? And once settled,
in a manner similar to the Virgin Island Jews,
banded together, built synagogues, taught their
children and pursued God. giving truth to the ex-
pression: "Am Yisroel Chai."
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Friday, September 24, 1965
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Department of the Army goes to consider-
able expense to sponsor a series of week-
long conferences on Judaism in an effort to
reach every segment of the Jewish group at
important posts. These are often planned in
conjunction with a major holy day such as
Passover. New Year or the Day of Atone-
ment. Above, Chaplain Richard E. Dyer
(holding up matzoth). with U.S. Armed Forces
in Vietnam, officiates at a Seder in sand-baq-
qed quarters of the USO Club in Saiqon, us-
ing supphes furnished by JWB. personnel
provided by USO and cooperation of Catho-
lic and Protestant chaplains. Left to right
at the table are PFC Robert Newman, Arm-
ed Forces Radio, Saigon; Chaplain Dryer:
LCDR Hal Sacks, lay leader of Jewish mil-
itary congregation; and Lt. Col. Joseph San-
ders.
How the U.S. Encourages Learning
Continued from Pag 3-D
Force are invited. Overseas. Torah Convocations
under Air Force auspices, which generally in-
volve an itinerant preacher sent from the States
are held in Europe and in the Pacific area in al
ternate years.
In addition, there are .lewishly isolated spots
outside the country which are regularly supplied
with rabbinic leader- for Trah Convocations
Places such as Alaska. Newfoundland, and the
Azores are in this category Occasionally, the Tor
ah Convocation in these remote arms ill be
made to coincide with ;i major holy dtj SUCh J>
Passover. Neu Year, <>r the Das ol Al moment so
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*-knistfkritfi)n
Page 13-D
Bs services may be available on these
[occasions.
Duty Abroad
kway. all Jewish military personnel, at
during a tour of duty outside the eon-
jted States, have the opportunity to
fin a Jewish religious gathering at
H.standing rabbinic personality presents
terms that are relevant to modern
We. Often, the response is electric.
(vice-people are avid for an opportun-
tiss Jewish problems that trouble them
part of a Jewish fellowship. Certainly,
jtary environment, away from their own
es. servicemen are more receptive to
Iruction than they would be in normal
roundings.
of the past three years, the JWB Com-
I Jewish Chaplaincy has helped to select
for the weekend Torah Convocation of
dots and servicemen at the Air Force
Through the cooperation of the Jewish
> (enters of Denver, the facilities of a
ifciimp have been made available for this
|. The Academy provides a budget which
the Jewish chaplains to secure an out-
g ntrcat-master.
: yean ago, in the Tidewater area that sur
i rfolk, Va.. the JWB Armed Forces an.I
ices Committee arranged a con-
Iwhich attracted about 150 service-people
"ions were so enthusiastic tod Uw pro-
well received that annual convocations
In held in the area ever since
larch of this year, the Jewish chaplains of
n ioneer effort. This retreat, held at Fort
| \ was the first to be conducted over a
on s military posl in the States The
;i- Judaism Fiddh rs on the R
a 5 ir u ed an informal dance
t. .-- ns I il ;
,1 Fri night and morning
tnd co I iki -her mi
Splendid Results
> i men, the cos! ol thi i ntire fo
nominal because the project was sub.
I largely by Army funds Ral bi Emanuel
[smith of B'nai BYith's Washington office
PsV-t The American Jewish Community To-
day."' Brant Coopersmith, an expert in commun-
ity relations, presented the theme "Judaism in a
Christian World." Chaplain Saul Parker of Fort
Belvoir and Chaplain Man-in Schneider of Fort
Lee conducted the religious services. Others in-
volved in the preparations included Chaplains Lou-
is Barish of Fort George G. Meade, and Maurice
Kleinberg of the Military District of Washington,
Moe Hoffman, JWB's Washington representative,
and this writer.
The gathering at Fort Belvoir was an unusually
effective convocation. It indicated the splendid re-
sults which Jewish chaplains can achieve when
they plan together imaginatively to meet the needs
of Jewish senice personnel. Such convocations,
we know, can be successful not only overseas but
also here at home. One looks to the future with the
hope that, at many installations, similar weekend
institutes on Judaism will be arranged and that
Jewish servicemen will thereby be brought to a
gcaaler appreciation f -their faith and their tra-
ditions.
Williamsburgh Y
Continued from Page 7-D
has on its Staff two full time Orthodox rabbis and
four part time Orthodox rabbis has been a major
lactor in strengthening the confidence of the Has-
idim m the V In addition, many of the Y'S pro-
inal and clerical staff members can speak
ish and this. too. has facilitated communi-
cation
Not that there aren't problem- anymore
there are There is still resistance on the part of
the Hasidic heirarchy Moreover, a number of non-
dox parents have complained about the great
asis placed on Jewish content in the Y Some
m th. lave come to re ister their children
. y*s camp withdrew their children after they
saw boys with 'p. and men with beat
Wot king in the Willi V is like being
. o different worlds at ttu same time.
... we sai, i we believe that n
unit> Center is | | sed to si rve all
whatever their punts ol view We have
to the Ha i lim that we understand
them, their need- and their requirement*.
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+Jewish fkrldton
Page 15-D
f^*^0M .,-ts in non-Jewish affairs- How
JJ ["a* young u'ws a,,,'n,, ,he s-vnag0-u^
f -.n.nf Yes, they nil the synagogues on
',, v uayv bin is it because of religious con-
' u it i -<'nse of coniormity' And why
' .'his sense of conformity hold for the
i; holidays?
Probltm of InUrmarriaoe
,, lhat ct intermarriage? Since the days of
"'..,'xehemiah and ancient Babylon, this ha<
,,n,n,. issue among Jews. To many, it
... serious lx)sening of Jewish ties. To
V ii i normal attrition, which took place
\ lthe evnturies and with which the Jew
.,',', le. as a people, has learned to live.
|A, e call hope, during any New Year, is that
people, continue to make a contribution
m and to the world at large. Judaism
[ some constant: to-others, changing
. mam- m ihe face of |>erll and akaj
n, Roah llashona and Yom Ktpour en-
t ,ie ten most awesome days in the Jewish
d '. but they are a beginning: they are not
^,1 ,)|| -.i, war. The -late is wiped clean
\.'u V'eaf i> upon us and we are once
[. neerne "th life, its difficulties, its beau-
rigs, its tensions and its satisfac-
1I0N UKIS
no (ign of maturity
tiotis It is a never-ending cycle, so long as we as
Individuals remain alive, and so lone as we> us a
people, continue to survive and expand our hor-
izons
ear's Top Stories at L Nations
Continued from Pago 4-D
I e world had accepted such a period in
, IN Now the UN, too. has had its sabbat-
!. icr thing! were expected for 5726 for
idine Israel, The apparatus is here ami
L verj much a i>art of it
more important item need be mentioned
Ctior with the year 5725 at the I'nited
I We md the world, lost Adlai E. Steven-
i ic '11> tragically and at a time when
. i,| to have reached the height of vigor.
have been occasions when Stevenson's
i to* i-1 Israel, in its disputes with the
i: rai Moned by some here. But it was
Deo -r 1984. when 'the Governor," a
he was called, proved his real attitude toward
Israel
Against the combined wrath of the Soviet
Union and of the Arabs, lie saved Israel from se-
vere censure by the Security Council, as a result
of an Israeli air raid again! Syria. That'action
was carried out by Israel in retaliation for Syrian
gun attacks on Israeli towns near the Syrian bor-
der. The Arabs and their Russian pals had a great
time there. They were sure the Israelis would be
condemned But they weren't.
Through Mr. Stevenson'.- lu'liind-the-scenp-
work. a resolution was introduced jointly by the
U.S.A. and Britain, merely telling both the Syrians
and the Israelis to be good boys and stop fighting
The air raid was not even mentioned. The USSR
Otst its 104th veto killing the resolution.
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Miami. Florida Friday, September 24, 1985
Section E

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// is f/ie Peaceful Person Who May Go
Into the House of God in Prayer
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
IN the ru-h of preparation for the High Holy
' Days, the exceptional amount ol physical "
iy entailed for the homemaker at '" '"'"'
: the year finds me entering the synagogue with
muscles aching, nerves twanging like the si
: an electr c guitar, and .< feeling of having lefl
.nme without some import int possession, i
< ouldn'l call it the proper frame of mind to ap-
oacn the altar of Cod. seeking there a modicum
pear,., i revaluation of if. an absolvence
Irom the burden of guilt that most of us have
aged to hide in the dark recesses ot our minds
the rot of the year
Some sens, we are halfway through the ser-
vice before I am able to orient myself, before
the serenity of the sanctuarj takes hold. When
1 have ascertained that the entire family is pre-
(nt and .hi.muted tor. and discovered which fash
ion plate is wearing -The Hat" this year, when
l am about to relax m'o snug complacencyafter
all what could 1 possibly have done this year that
mighl be classified as sin?1 am brought up
-h. rl
There it stands on the printed page, reads
and waiting for the wise woman and the foolish
one; lor the heroine and for her who plays it
,,t for the gregarious goaslp and her friend.
the ruthless reporter; for the glamour girl, and
people like me Year alter year. I am confused.
bothered, and bewildered by that list of sins that
we know as the al hait." I am bewildered that
a prayer which had its origin in a remote ieii
fury Still t.t> unwilling humankind like a second
skm I am bothered because with the first n
ing, i know thai the specifications in thai relent-
less and searching catalogue were custom-tail-
to me. 1 am confused because I am faced
vwth an immediate question "How did sou let
that happen to you, you pure and sp Uess soul'"
Inexorable Index
There is nothing you or I can add to that
inexorable index. Our frailties, our greeds, our
equivocations, there they stand, "Shomrai Ha
Emet," guardians of truth, measuring, measur-
ing. But for my own good, and if you will forgive
a small amount of public breast-beat ing, I want
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Haganah.
b. ,(1n. the overwhelming majority
ttgroes of America repudiate Elijah Mo-
"' "** '.ml Malertn X. h.> former disciple and
^^J ,.,.!.!-bo P"*1*1 0f N*'Rr0 na,,0,,
n* MMd the American Negro turns lor
'"?;*. inVplaccs his trust in the Southern
',f ^ I -ler'h.p Conference. H the NAACP.
;,RK he ITban League, m the Student
Non-Violent Coordinating Committee.
Tht Jewish CentrleeMen
Vone of these organizations is tainted with
an^Semitism at the national level. On the eon-
, ,6 national organizations they are pro-
\'nunoly concerned over the development of nti-
Santt-m They realize the corrosive and nega-
te consequences of anti-Semitism among Ne-
roes Their national leadersthe responsible
La(tV of ihe Negro struggle for civil rights-are
,llv war Of the Jewish contribution to that
(Toggle and the tragic consequences that would
.,..!," if \egro and Jew were to be ftMed.* gainst
.mother.
Negtt) i.ntiSemitism. like anti-Semitism else-
where, M "cntially the result of a search for a
scapegoat, for -omeone upon whom the Negro's
ustratkm can be vented. Certainly it
m mifiIk that MU-OemKIsm is
\,. in demagogues who employ
unprincipled fighl to achieve and hatd
idership in local communities.
. local leader- Offered their memhers
m ,mh Bemltism they wouM, of
i rable to action by their national
Indeed, il their local activities ron-
anti-Semitism there would be no
nterventJen by nation] leaders. 'iVir
:.\n local rtnatitaents (MUM soon recognize the
- and futility of sucb programs.
The difficult) arises out of the fact that many
< local leaders have atSO wrapped them-
-, i- in a cloak of militancy. They have advo-
I ing tar beyond what their na-
In n.il li aders believe sound ur wise or produc-
! mi doing they have might to "out-mill-
late" national leadership.
fn my view, Negro anti Semitism is neither
pervasive nor is It likely to be enduring. Like
Black Nationalism, it touches only a tiny frac-
tion of Negroes. Like Black Nationalism it is,
I beHeve, a passing phase. 1 would characterize
The late Moshe Sharett. former Prime Min-
ister of Israel and chairman of the Jewish
Agency for Israel at the time of his death
durinq the outgoinq Hebrew Year, is wel-
comed by Dr. Buell R. Gallagher, president
of the City College of New York, on the oc-
asion of Mr. Sharett's last visit to the Uni-
ted States, when he addressed a mass rally
of college students held under the auspices
of the B'nai B'nth Hillel Foundation and
the Middle Atlantic States Region of the
Student Zionist Organization.
both Negro anti-Semitism and Black Nationalism
. sterile concepts effenng only blind alleys lead-
ing to nowhere. I am confident that the Negro
-.x 111 recognise that this is the ease.
Time Must Pass
I do not dismi-s Negro anti-Semitism. But
I am equally concerned lest Jews react to it by
alienating themselves from the struggle for racial
ju-tiee.
Jews can point to the fact that their national
Continued on Pa9e 4-E
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GREETINGS TO ALL
Best Wishes for a
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but an
human
Mierican
,Tiiiijle
the struggle tor
,v jnd human dignity.
Sucl bitterness.
hostility and alienation can
only
.,,,.;,.ating It caT serve only to fuel
Out of that crucible
product no less ter-
fir(. oi anti-Semttim
-ill pom anti-Negroism, a
htetbai anti-Semitism. The victim will not be
h Negi nt' "'" be the Jew-corruP,e :"|r(1 .....use he will have forsaken the most
precioui ecepts >l h.s religion.
I neerned lf-t these things happen to
|V. Jei bave taith that they will not happen.
I havt that fait* became I believe that, given
liR(igbl and undeistanding, the Jew will not be
llray hi! heritage
Tf,t., .. one aspect of the racial crisis which.
I, ,,.,. to me, ma) become the touchstone ot
lihe Jewish reapoaae to the Negro struggle for
Ifull equally and dignity. .*-.*--
SchooJ Integration
Tht is n,> Jewish hostility to the upward
movemeol of the Negro toward full participation
n (he economic benefits of American society. In
aet n accounted for by our position in the
conon -tructure, j> a result of which the Ne-
ro is nol a compeitOC for jobs. There is, how-
v... even mire fundamental reason for the
osenci h We .lews believe that there
. roi n America to provide a full economic
ife iv .eryone Indeed, we welcome the Ne
ro's i crgence into fuller participation in our
conon ife. Just js we urge that our country's
imr- t* 'pen ti personi Ol other lands who seek
> end enjoj j Setter life, although relatively
eu .ii. >-.ii seek entry.
\\:. have -J.i >f employment is, I believe.
rssentll true -)f housing. I should doubt that
I Loncerned b> the movement of Negroes
|nln lh< neighborhood because they are Ne-
uroi- > are ( incerned Ies1 the onward
of Negroes bung persons of a lower
kconoi nd social Status and threaten the spread
[> venture to lay, however, that the re-
Id be n > lifferent if those who were
the neighborhood were white persons
t tlu -.i i economic, social and educational level
v
ire i- >:ii" area of integration in which
rep concern and great apprehension on
-the current turmoil over
efforts to end racial imbalance in the public
school- Here again, I am confident the problem
i- not on.' of color
No matter how much we .lews have been af-
fected and influenced by the attitudes of our conn
trytnen, we remain relatively immunized to racial
prejudice This is true because, unlike some oth-
ers, we cherish our history of oppression and
teach it to our children. We make it a part of
our moat sacred holidays. We humbly remind
ourselves and teach our children that we were
once slaves unto I'haroah. We believe in the
good things for all men regardless of their race,
their color or their creed. We recognize that edu-
cation is the veritable 'open sesame" to the mod-
ern world.
Falling into tnc Trap
But because we are human, we are unwilling
or at least reluctantto extend benefits to the
children of others if we think it will be at the ex-
pense of our own.
We have, I believe, fallen Into the trapto-
gether with the rest of the white community
of believing that public school integration in the
North must necessarily be harmful to our own
children This approach on the part of the white
community, of which we Jews are a part, seems
to me to retlect a misconception of American
societya lack of understanding of the poten-
tialities of American life, a lack of confidence in
the possibilities of our country.
This attitude, which we too often share with
the rest of the white community, rests upon a
basic fallacy. It is comparable to the gross error
Of the Marxists who regarded class war as inevit-
able because they thought there was just so much
wealth and income to go around. They reasoned.
therefore, that progress could be achieved only by
class war in which the proletariat, the dispossess-
ed, would take over the instruments of produc-
tion
The Western world has shown that in an ad-
vanced economic society there is an alternative
which provides both the blessings of plenty and
the blessings of freedom and human dignity
Today, particular's in education, the white
nunity has fallen into the same conceptual
error as far as public school integration is con-
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Irish residents in Britain, the government
mani '-" .__..,,,
a\ not tridi ,0 'rPa,e a new larxe **** ul ahtas-
d so allowed Ihem unrestricted entry to Eng-
land and even the right to vote. Since Israel per-
mit,; dual nationality, the rabbi can doubtless
laim an ln-h pavsport. But perhaps he will travel
,'n his Israeli diplomatic passport all the >am\ It
will !' him off the boat quickly and recent
British governments have scarcely been worth vet
._ Mr anyway.
Dual Loyalty Issue
hn apointnMoi will doubtless cause M>me
heart-fiearcbins among some of the less enthuai-
Ij Zionist seiiments of Briti-h .Jewry. There
former!) existed an organization in England (called
, Fellowship i comparable in outlook to
can Council tor Judaism, but it disband-
ed when the State of Israel DM I'Maldislwd \ thelen, it ia probable that some will feel qualms
over the dual loyalty" issue having as their spir-
itual leader one who is so closely cMiiterted with
Israeli diplomacy, and who probably knows more of
what went on before the Sinai campaign than do
many members of the British parliament.
Uou-evcr, in reality. Rabbi Hcrzoc's diplomatic
expennice will stand him in good stead in dis-
charging 'he difficult office of Chief Kabbi, and
he vail need no less tact in handling the extreme
artfcodex. not-so-extreme orthodox, reformers, /.i-
onistt, and, above all. the editorial staff of the
Lomiixi Jewish Chronicle." who will lampoon
bint mercilessly at the slightest provocation that
is. ii their treatment of lus predecessor is any
measure.
A Unique Bttnd
. 'unously. his lack ef rabbinic experience
seems to Ih' one of his main assets. Anglo-Jewry
s still siiltering from the effects of the birter con
r.u 'v over Habbi Louis Jaeohs. \rhe was denied
'he nrincipalship of Jews" College, the British rab-
.! -cminary, on the grounds of his hetero-
dexjr. Jnmbs lst out in the battre. He is now the
spiritual leader of a synagogue which is neithe*
orlboiliix. nor yet rton-oi Umuox, and is disbarred
rren from consecrating tombstones in orthodox
cemeteries. Rabbi Herzog conies with a clean slate
iv a community in conflict, and the extent to which
he heals the wounds will he the measure of his
success.
Page 7-E
AMI JACOB MfftZOG
remrkb/e powers
Pic office of Chief Rabbi is a unique blend of
Rnfish and Jewish traditions and has no counter-
part in this country. Historically, the office grew
out. of the rabbinate of the London Creat Syna-
gogue, the original Aslikenazi synagogue of Eng-
land after the resettlement of lt>56. Unfortunately,
Hitlers bonil>s destroyed this historic synagogue
siUutog in the heart of the City of London, leav-
ing un-callied the old Sefardic Synagogue a block
or two away. The office is principally supported
by the London United Swugogue, a large, closelv-
Kii.t group of orthodox synagogues, but his author-
ity is acknowledged throughout Britain, and even
in such far awav places as Australia. Moreover Is-
rael Brodie. by bis unrelenting attachment to or-
Ihodoxy, has emerged as the out-tanding exponent
ol "Torahtrue Judaism" in Europe.
The Chief Rabbi's powers are remarkable Rab-
bi- serve their synagogues with his consent, and he
can veto their appointment. Marriages require his
license. The principal of Jews' College must have
ms consent for election. Although the terms of his
appointment prtvlude him from issuing any "ban"
or "herem," his indication that a Rabbi should not
speak oc officiate on some particular occasion will
normally meet with prompt compliance. There is
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c mm attended by strife and differences and
ed to have been lorced by conditions far re-
*N*d f,om (he kind of difinified procedures which
^momentous a step would seem to have deserved.
Intpt Light
The event followed a clash of policies between
(rest Germany and the Arab world which put
Chancellor Uidwig Krhard's leadership in a par
ticularfy inept li#t The Chancellor's announce-
came "rider circumstances vv.'u.h appeared
,, make tile decision a has:y bid to recoup the re
, ,,t the civlliied world rather than a long
,. 8C| of genuine friendship. It was pre
; !> the disclosure that West Germany had
to act is a subrosa agon: for the United
. several West European countries in
Israel V/ith an SSO.OOO.OCO gift of we..;
ori,i seethed over the disclosure,
In .i ludicrous melodrama. Bonn responded to
ats bj Hastily canceling the last portion
pments, in return for a hoped-for pledge
\ r that he would not recognize
East Germany, when Nasser we]
visiting Kast German Communist Chief
i Urn lit with a reception of massive cor-
Erhard reacted with a warning he would
i-I'l'iiomic aid to Egypt. Nasser respond-
ci inter threats to seize West German as
Egypt. Two weeks later, against this back
.i bickering, Bnhard sent Dr. Kurt Bir-
h to Israel for a series of talks which ended
overwhelming Parliamentary majority for
11 of Bonn's offer of formal relations. The
stic b rtory of German-Jewish relations had a
- chapter.
Extension of Limitations
I,..ignition was also marred by another Weal
;< act long demanded and long delayed and
finJly adopted again under circumstances that
Mid the action. West Germany, under tre-
mendous pressure, finally extended its deadline
lor i-ri section of Nazi war criminals for a mini-
period four and a half years. There hail
been widespread support within the West German
lament for a 20-year extension.
Israel trab relations during :lte Jewish Year
were . I by Ultra-Arab bickering on how to con-
Continued on Pg 10 E
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M. KURT BIRMNBACH
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HAROLD A. GREENE
and Sons
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thanks for el! the blessings
c; the pest end to wish to
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and
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Season's Greetings To All
ABE aim \iti;iu.
rjtmia FVrHtor
Friday. Sexs-^, ;i
1*5
Biggest Stories of Outgoing Year
CwiIibmWI fra-. Paoa M
duet that war As oeaaaous deveaspsaen'-
.ese* of a ae Arab cwibm*' ** *"
Fitah. Unatf topped w the
peatedtj with art-sao-nan stuck* in i
-;se**t of the dertruc-.ive attacks of
-rs launched frost
-jer campaign.
Much of the upssar*e m barter attack^ *- i"
aed effort iscai

si the Jordan I
d on the plan worked out by *h*
-on nsc-* toeass ago :n a -p*c.=
it Eisenhow*
ejected the plan Israel unc
i 2oroair to develop iU National Water rai
Brat, stage became operational dunn the >ear.
~.a. second or.H "> Iraq :n pouucal
snstab;;:v. **- the mex raer,o.5 of trie Arab
ill i4iiii*t : nans re-
ined on Israeli* in the Galilee ar-i
Israel, patience exhausted, threw ground and air
l ..-.to oattle for nearly a eek last V-. Both countries took the conflict to the Setur.tr
Cosatil bjoh. after desultory debate marked by
the customary Sonet slanders against Isra-:.
both ados to use the United Xatiens not zuns. to
hen- dUfeiffM.es Syrian attack* eoaunued.
Israel also truck at the Fatah raid* srith a re-
ry Mow at three -ite* in Jordan identified
zing bases for Fatah raids.
Meanwhile, the Arab League set up a Water
ion Board and announced plans to direct di-
---.'> at Jordan Hirer headaraters m U-bir.-n
and Syria Israeli officials, from Premier Leri E ko: down, served grna notice that Israel considered
such efforts acts of ejrjeression. la one act:-.-.. Is-
raeli axnxire destroyed tractors wertnag ir. Syria
on a dhersasn project just across the harder. The
Lebanese evinced about a peeeshte similar
Israeli strike and Syria denounced Nasser for his
warnings that the Arabs were not ready for a
ar on Israel and should not proceed wrth the wa-
ter diversion antii they were.
MNfAS IA
MM
ffffm 99 pnt ip
A similar call, from euiu iD*tber ..-.)'
,-ouree. rocked the Arab werid. T.J.isisr 2bs |
deal Habkb Bourguiba, in a aeries <'. tftmm" asl
prt-s inter\iews. blumly told the Arab war t cut
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September 24. 1965
+Je*lsHh>rkMnirr
Paao 11-E
,, ,,t unung the Jew.s <>i bead into the K
n*ele He virgcd the Arab leaders at uc-
I
reel's exiataooa and to negotiate a pea
U would uoleMll Arab energies for noon
labors \ particularly painful thrust t., tfa
r.niMiaiit Arab leaders was Bourguiba -
r that he u us only saying publicly what main
elieved but lacked the courage to say.
ran a
Ari
Ben Gurion Speaks
en*
Bl
nu-munerinfi political dispute in Israel
durum the year with crashing reverbei-
hen David Ben-Gurion, who had mightily
he Zionist cause and the new state for
Israels brief existence, broke with his
.mmomir F'remier Levi Kshkol.
Gurioo's retirement to what most Israelis
si Jew*, elsewhere assumed would be
tiateeman'a role of enjoyment of richly-
aurela 'urned out to be anything but. Rah-
k,,l ,. ,. to the Premiership determined to heal
man> and enduring internal al>ra>ioiiv
,, :hem W*J the celebrated L.ivon Affair, In
en Moahe Miant! was sewing as a Uod
i, aker Premier while Hen-tJurion toughl t"
-pint anil body in what turned out to be
I iort retirement. Planet Lavon was Defense
j A in\.w-detailed OOUTity mishap. m\ol\
| mage in Bgypt, touched off a raging; die-
I inn the I-raei Government, ending with
I r d! Lavon from the DaHanea Mim.-tr> It
it \(uiei\ baliawad thai Baa-Gunna en
avon's ouater.
m soon alter began a campaign for reha-
i Several Inquiries foHowed over th<
deluding one by a Ministerial Committee
i Bahkol v .i- a member Bverj Bttch inves-
exonerated Lewoa. Bach aurli Judgement
id Ben-Gorton. When Bsnkol, In one of hi
vaa as Premiar, urged that the coniroversj
|h ci i signed to history and invited Lavon to re-
turn Mapoi's councils. Ben-Gurion exploded.
in-.. tiding a "judicial" probe of the tecuiit) dis-
, .;. e tiercly deniHinced all the prior inses'i
Kshkol resigned, forcing a showdown in
his i rty When he reassembled the same Cabinet
and received a vote of confidence to continue his
path ---. it was ho|Hd that the destructive dispute
e etide I
Refund to Quit
><; refused to give up. He began as-
sembliiiu follow an in hfapai and then rocked Israel
with a charge tihat Kshkol was unfit to lead the
party and the nation, in direct consequence, three
younger Mapai loaders Shimon Peres. Joseph
Almogi and Moshe Dayan resigned from the
Cabinet.
lU'iiCurion plunged doggedly down the road of
splitting his party. He called for a ticket for the
Parliamentary elections scheduled for November
without Kshkol. The strife-racked party shuddered
at having to make an election slate choice be-
tween K-'ikol and Ben-Gurion. As divisions hard-
ened. BaavGlifion called for an independent list.
which he said he would consider it his duty to lead.
Labor's control of Israel's Government since es-
tablishment of the state appeared in grave danger.
American Jews were involved during the year
in two developments of special concern to Israel.
One was tile decision ,il the I'mted Jewish Ap-
peal U) meet head-on Israel's painful shortage of
public high schools, a shortage which has con-
demned countless numbers Of young Israelis to an
abrupt cessation of educaii n Bl the end ol their
primar) school attendance with so much of its re
sources diverted to th< i .pensive implements of
in war i-raei has bean unable to finance sec-
oiid.in education. Through the UJA, American
. moved to fill the crippling educational gap.
The instrument was a special Israel Education
Fund wlnc'i set out to raise H27.090.000 in five
years to panvide 72 high schools for Israel youth,
apart frooj the UJA regular. lund-raising
Battling the Boycott
The other was the effort of American Jewish
groups to battle the Arab League boycott against
American companies doing business with Israel.
The foCUS Of the struggle was an amendment
proposed bj Sen. Harrison Williams, of New Jersey,
and Sen. Jacob Javits. of New York to the ex-
tension Of the Export Control Act, up for renewal
during the spring. The amendment would forbid
American businessmen from filling out the ques-
tionnaires distributed by tiie Arab boycott commit-
tee as the basis for its activities. The State Depart-
ment and the Commerce Department joined forces
in intricate maneuvering to strike down the spe-
cific ban while retaining language condemning the
boycott and leaving it to the President to take spe-
cific action.
Five developments during the year were in
Continued on P,-je 15-E
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to the Many People
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To All Our Friends and Patron*
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General Passenger Agent
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan
and Stanley;
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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M.
Ginsburn
and Lynn Elaine
wish their relatives
and friends
A Happy New Year
To All Happy Holidays
BETTY'S
BEAUTY SALON
"Beauty Is Our Business
45 N.W. 27th AVE.
Ph. 634-1140
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
vivrt.v
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151 S.E. 1st STREET
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DIRECTORS AND STAFF OF
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extend our
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for a
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
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.i of the Board
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President
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FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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P.O. Box 52 95, Miami, Florida FR 9-6501
TO ALL .GREETINGS
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Moo Langer
4394 So. Dixie Hwy., So. Miami
Ph. 467-2533
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PlUMMtS litoblitktJ If2e
II E. 2nd Street
MOM TU 8-2SU
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO.
3230 N.W. 42nd STREET
Since 1918
To All A Most Happy Holiday
MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO.
Formerly MfUE4EMffSTEr SUPPlr CO.
127 NE 27th Street Phone FR 1-5484
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES R. JACOBSON
Wish all their Friends
a Very Happy New Year


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+Jn*l*tncrHlir
Friday. September .4
: !96j
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 ior a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS!
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A COMPLETE DIRECT MAIL SERVICE
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Phone 538-7592
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ft the Synagogues
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KENDALL BEAUTYLAND SALON, INC.
7918 S.W. 104m STREET Kendall Ph. 271-5271
and JEFFERSON'S BEAUTYLAND, INC.
900 N. Miami Beach Blvd., No. M.B. Ph. 945-3661
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
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1020 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach Ph. 538-3666
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CARUSO ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
Serving Miami tar Over 30 Years
ORNAMENTAL IRON STAIR RAILINGS GATES PIPE RAILING
2732 N.W. 34th STREET Ph 634-6362
3est Wishes for A Happy and Prosperous New Year
CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC.
7236 S.W. 42nd STREET Miami MO 1-4055
Racial Crisis in America Today
Continued from Page M
cerned The wnite community has been lncrea<
mulv aware of the inadequacies of the pre-ent
educational system. It has drawn the conclusion
a false conclusion-that our public school-, al-
ready inadequate, will be eravely and inevitably
damaged by introducing into white schools Ne-
gro children who have been socially, economical-
ly, educationally and emotionally disadvantage^.
What the white communityand thi> includes
the Jewish communityfails to see is that it is
not a question of just so much education to go
around, but rather that our society is rich enough
and skilled enough to provide quality education
for all children without penalizing" an* of them
But to do so. we must greatly strengthen our
school system, build new school buildings in areas
where de facto segregation will be minimized,
provide more and better teachers, auxiliary ser-
vices for remedial reading, enriched programs for
integrated schools and similar services The fact
is that with enough will and enough funds, mir-
acles can be wrought in giving equal and qual-
ity education to every child.
The approach to this problem. I would urge,
requires first and foremost a change of attitude.
We Jews should be the first to realize this. For
we knowor should knowthat the problem
America faces today in the North in school inte-
gration is basically no different from the prob-
lem the people of Israel face as they seek to ab-
sorb and to prepare for equal citizenship the
children of families from non-European lands.
Those children and their parents have come to
Israel with all of the economic, social, and educa-
tional handicaps with which the Negro has come
into our Northern citie- Indeed, in terms of
dimensions, our American problem is relatively
small. More than half of all the children in Is-
rael below high school are from disadvantage!
homes and family backgrounds.
Israel's Example
There is. of course, a difference in the sit-
uation in Israel. It is illu-trated by a recent con
venation between Moshe Kol, head of Israel's
More than 2.000 underprivileged children
enjoyed vacations in Israel this summer
through the Fresh Air Fund for Israels
Youth, an effort of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America.
Youth Ah>ah movement, and an American
tor, non-Jewish, to whom he had explained
Israel i- doing (or children from Arab land> TV
visitor li-tened and exclaimed. "Why.
just the -jme problem we have" To wh
replied. But there Li a difference; we w<
these children and their families They ..:
brothers
Israel, with < ll of it- tremendous
lenu, hai chosen to tax it-elf bea ...
pro\ide the funds, the plant, the -
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15 Years in Same Location
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7601 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Adjacent to the Chancery
Ph. 754-8702
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AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
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339 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Happy New Year to All
Our Friends and Patrons
Atlantic
Equipment Co.
1220 N. Miami Avenue
Phone FR 3-0316
;=Y NEW YEAR
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
730S S.W. 41st STREET
MO 7-6162
TO ALL GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER RECREATION
POOL SNOOKER
WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET
JLYMY PC3INSON
351 N.E. 79th Street
PL 4-5314
._.
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U.S. ROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO.. Inc.
1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone FR 3-8445
AMF Products
Harry Smith Interchangeable Finger ft Thumb Grips
Swingsfer 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 HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 379-4008


Ly, September 24, 1965
Jenl*> fksrkMtr
Pcoe 13-E
pjvc ,is integration problem, which has
30 times the dimensions of our problem here.
an>, has done so without lowering educational
**.',, and without taking anything from
""I ho do not need the extra help that is
"P1 to Israel'l own disadvantaged children.
krarl i doinp
so not only out of a sense of
olhcrhood but because it realizes the conse-
[ucnce.< of rud.ng. half-hearted measures.
Can not we Americans, Jews and Gentiles,
Lhite and Sejiro. learn from Israel's example?
* ,1 not clear tnat massive financial resources
tri. required to enable us speedily and effectively
provide integrated education now? Has it not
ecome apparent that we can no longer regard
federal aid to education as an issue to be re-
dived some day rather than today?
Would it not be well for Negroes and whites
join together not only for public school inte-
ntion hut also for good integrated schools?
_uld >t not be coggji^tivc if the. 3*r nun.ty issued a statement addressed to the Cath-
Hie cardinals, arehhishops and bishops who have
L ,.; Federal aid to education by laying down
ju i that parochial schools must also
, Has the moment not come to stop li^ht
what is not enough and rather join
.,.-. provide a full educational fare for all
ll
make an important contribution as a
L, imunity if we take the leadership in
|erkn I form a coalition of whites and Negroes
| the means needed to solve this vital
( i problem of do facto school segrega
I ii time h;>^ arrived for the Negro Com-
i. .iii/. that it is not cnouuh to picket
i Education or even City Hall but
- Negro .mil whiti- must concentrate
Northern members ol the House Rules
Democrats am! Republicans \\t\o
i up the Federal Bid-to-education bill,
Faced with the threat of being outdistanced
by the Soviet I'nion, our country quickly moved
to close the missile gap by pouring tens of mil-
lions of dollars into the enrichment of our edu-
cational system in the field of science. Today we
are faced by an enormously greater and no less
dangerous gapthe educational chasm that sep-
arates the Negro child from the white child and
that threatens our viability as a nation and our
future as a leader of the free world. In the face
of this challenge, the Federal government must
play its proper role. Toward this end, men and
women of good will and abiding concern cannot
be silent
The day of victory for human freedom and
dignity will. I believe, come sooner and more
certainly if every Jew enlists with mind and
heart
Day of Victory
\
the civil rights hill i> law. may we
".it the coalition of religlOUS, inn.
other groups that lid the tight for en-
i .11 extend its efforts to winning en-
: ,i measure that would bring Federal
to the effort to make equal education
i i- with equality in education?
Going for Prayer
Continued from Page 1-E
to reinterpret a few. For instance, when and
v. h\ did I commit the sm of becoming inactive
as chief interpreter and guide to my children on
tli.it difficult Journey we call living'' Whatever
me think that I could retire Irom the call-
mi of Motherhood at a certain and appointed
tim<
\nd the sin that I cannot quite face, of los-
patience with a Inenri. so that 1 turn away.
unwilling to listen with empathy, to see the world
as -'i< sees it, to value it as she values it. to
n nize her likes and dislikes, to reach out to
her need.
But especially let me seek forgiveness if I
h.ivt indulged in the most insidious of sinsthe
sin if omission.
Most of all. I seek forgiveness for the sin
. ng life's uncounted, taken-for-grant-
gs the -nnies ot my -mall granddaugh-
ters ..;ni grandson, the devotion of mj husband,
the friendship .if my sons and daughters, our good
health, for the intuitive and vigorous preservation
of our heritage by Jewish leadership both lay
and professional; and. though the world stands at
tin- moment in the midst of a monumental pow-
er struggle between nations and ideologies, let me
be forgiven for not enjoying the fun of living.
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Ph. 666-2523
To All. .. Greetings
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tstablished 1918
Both From* and Masonry Construction
7120 NW 1st Avenue, Miami 38, Florida
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GREETINGS
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SMtfKobar 24.
1965
Jeisi>nortM*f?
Page 15-E
kgest Stories of Outgoing Year
Ontinued frem Paee 11-E
I #BT of (v.huiw situations. These were the
i suppn^sioo hy Soriet authorities of the
, aDd reliffKW* We of Soviet Jews and the
9iM worWwHie protests against that suppres-
tt.. provisional but overwhelming vote of ap-
-i t.v the third seaaion of the Ecumenical
', of thf draft declaration repudiating the
and oestroctree Hbel of Jewish rebponsi
CTjor the crucifixion < *<*. renewed coneern
th threat of mixed marriages to the intnre
tonnncan Jewry; new dimension-, in Jewish
tfcipation in the American Negro's fight for full
pialit>: and the widening split in the Amcr-
' jf vrsh community over government aid to
[pub ic t-pwirtcaTIy religious education.
Oppression of Soviet Jews
. evvutions of Russian Jeus for aliened
,! nes appeared to huve decreased du-
_j. the Soviet authorities showed not the
readiness to permit their Jewish citizens
- accorded all ether ethnic, cultural and
minofNfrs. Aijain. during .i72.'>, Uiere were
,:ory r>p.>rts from Russia about the pros
Soviet Jews obtaining adequate supplies of
for Pa>sover. Agjin. the Soviets -said one
-,ile thej were practicing another, such as
tiiients thai many major Jewish comnuin-
I received permission to bake matzohs,
shortl) afterwards by information that
majoritj of Soviet Jews did not get
spondingly, protests continued throuuh
yt l'.- lenl Johnson twice sent BSSMSagai
j i i protests one in New York in
sponsored i>> the Near York Conference on
m ii. an i .i man rally In Madison^tjMR
i i June expressing his concern over the
... i- --mr.s aK.iin.it Russian Jews
pear to be the fate of the Ecumenical
ii edai ition on Jews to be she center of re-
>:<< rumors that powerful conservative ele-
i the Vatican were determined to expunge
ir i- lie il K; least three such rumors emerged
I- e thir I ouncil session ended, each offi-
cially rebuffed. Jews nevertheless remained uneasy
pendin'! the outcome of the fourth and presumably
final session of the Council at which all remain-
ing issues were to be completed in one way or
another.
Widespread Agreement
Several conferences on mixed marriages and
assimilation, as well as passage of many resolu-
tions deploring the situation and calling for uni-
fied Jewish action to cope with it. narked the past
Jewish year. There was widespread agreement
that the typical American-born J e w i sh family
wanted to remain Jewish, had little information or
curiosity on how to do that, enjoyed raizing with
non-Jewish neighbors and shrank from any Jewish
pattern of behavior which might interfere with ac-
ceptance by the larger society. The dimensions of
the problem were by no means crystal clear and
the solutions were much less so.
The battle of the American Negro for full
equality reached new peaks of intensity and so did
Jewish support and participation. If there was a
symbol of that participation, it was perhaps in the
disclosure that Negroes and other non-Jewish par-
ticipants in the famous Alabama march from Sel-
ma to Montgomery referred to Jewish skullcaps as
"freedom caps'" because so many rabbis and lay
leaders in the march wore them. Many a rablii
spent time In Southern jails for joining in the
Negro protest demonstrations.
A rrft within the Jewish community on the
issue of government aid to non-public schools took
on new vigor with the enactment of the first fed-
eral education law specifically providing govern-
ment aid for pupils in parochial and Jewish relig-
ion* schools. A similar law was enacted in Ne"
York State, home of the largest concentration of
Jews in the world, providing similar benefits for
school children including children attending
Jewish schools again for the first time in Amer-
ican history. The battle was joined when Jewish
backing for court tests of the constitutionality of
both the federal and New York laws was promptly
announced.
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"(Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, September 24, 1965
Section
Majestic Theme of New Year is Repentance
'Teshuva' l\'ot Merely Plea for Forgiveness;
It Implies a Cluster of Jewish \ allies
By RAEBI DOV PF.RETZ ELKINS
The great majestic theme of the Rosh Has
Yom Kipp son is th Hoi rev c m< i :'
T( ,-a. We : of Pn I i
:: who has erystalized in three booka
the Jewish tradition the basic ideas of the ra
ic theological heritage In a re ent book, "Worship
and Ethics," Rabbi Kadushin, professor of
ology at the Jewisi Theological Seminar) of Amer
ica reiterates bis fundamental thesis regarding
"value concepts.'*
Dr. Kadurihin points out thet there are cer
tain key words in the language of all cull
which signify their quintessence In a short phras
or a word. Americans jointly possess such value
concepts as "democracy." "majority rule." "civil
rights." "freedom of speech." These words, or
phrases, point to the values of a civilization.
According to Prof Kadushin there are over 200
such value concepts, in Judaism, terms pointing to
the ideals and values of the civilization of Juia-
ism. One of these is Teshuva.
Thus Teshuva is not merely an act of asking
reness. its technical translation is "repent-
ance." to be sure, But as with all value concepts
it is beyond definition, One could write a book
democracy, and maybe the reader would
ret the Idea ol what it means after readin it Bui
this is the p ;nt. It takes the time and effort ol
immersing oneself in a culture or civilization to
rathom its value concepts No simple definitions are
rieurate or helpful.
V,m is true of Teshuva as well. Teshuva is
more than repentance Teshuva is Teshuva is Te-
i How then car we define Teshuva? By read-
,: ,1 studying the score- of books which make up
i tradition, and seeing the work in its con-
text and coming out with an understanding of the
values it expresses
The nex! best way to understand Teshuva is to
try to define what It implies What are the cluster
Of Jewish values wlhich constitute the underpin
ol Jewish theology, aid can help us define
Teshuva?
Continued on Pagt 15-F


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Page 3-F
Our Jewish Intellectual Leaders
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
. g0 I af-acies comprising our Federated Fund, a
eoodJy number are now in the cwnpeUnt hands
, mi who are qualified, c*pto*e. intelligent, and
aUve. These are not mMm! proieaaion-
Badi one has pnt years in his respective
Ell UlillUll his ***** *** to the physic-
,1 growth oi the agency, to its expanding pro-
-am*, to meeting the changing mores and mowds
of the society he serves.
Bach of these men is the kind of executive
director that agencies dream about but never hope
to find men of courage and vitality, of humor
fend companion. Add to this roster of character
raits the kind of personal magnetism that draws
Bo him the best of our lay people uhose interest
he channels into positive areas of expression, pro-
|, the reputation of the agency while sup-
prtiflj the self-esteem of the laity. Nor La be uni-
lateral in his decision! and direction, lor each of
, jealous though he may be of the needs
gatives ol Ins own umt. understands Its
. ;, ki the other agencies m the l <
I Aorking with them harmonious!) most
I and in moments of difference, at-
I to solve the crisis diplomatically and
I incor.
Parade of Virtues
... he sound unreal to you? He is unreal to
,i [or a far different reason than yours You
| ,;,! believe such a paragon exists. I know
ms, if not in my city, then in yours. He is
i I ecause like thousand- of other Jews In the
urban centers, 1 don't know him. our communities
ipport the agency he directs. At some moment
luring our lives we are probably touched by it..
cervices Often, we are members of the board
a Inch lured him. But we don't know him and we
are not about to get to know him.
We can't. We are separated by a wall colder
than the one in Berlin, Aider than the one that
ded indent Peking, traditional as the
bit still standing in old Jerusalem. We cannot
cross the wall. The lines of communication are
down, and the sentries are armed. We'll never
discover if he prefers spaghetti to kreplach, Bu-
ber to Freud, Robert Frost to Bialik, "8',a" to
"Cleopatra," Bartok to the Beatles. We'll never
know if his children had chicken pox, if his wife's
hair.was always blonde, if he liked living in Seattle,
the Bronx, or Nashville, Tennessee. All we will
ever know about him is that parade of virtues I
described in the beginning.
1 have an itch (never to be scratched) to walk
up to one of our great unknowns and ask him how
he resolved his dilemma or if he ever had one. I
want to know what "being Jewish" means to him,
or if it has no meaning. I want to understand why
he sought his place in the sun among Jews when
lie could, with his talents and interests, with al-
most unlimited acceptance by the general com-
munity agencies, have found it elsewhere. Before
n is too late. I want to know if it is he or 1 who
is in the "mainstream" of Jewish life.
Getting Reasonable Answers
Ought we to judge him for not meeting us in
those places where many of US congregate? I" <>ne
or the other of our several synagogues; in the lec-
ture halls of our Talmud Torahs; in the discus-
sion groups of Hillel House and the Community
Center: now and then at one or the other of the
cultural events and celebrations by winch .lews
maintain the institutions and ideologies ot the
corporate body that is American Judaism?
Ought we to feel that his remarkable abilities
sad the tact that he has chosen to use them select-
ively i.e. for and among Jews, is all that any-
one' should ask? Knowing that not every family
in our community is affiliated with a synagogue.
that some live on the Beit-Line of Judaism, that
a growing number are all but assimilated, should
W* expect this man to follow our mainstream of
Ijnericon Jewish life, as we continue an age-old
Continued on Page 15-F
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Service Air Conditioning
3002 S.W. 18th STREET
Ph. HI 6-7455
Best Wishes to All for a
Happy. Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS.
LEWIS F. COHEN
and daughter
DiANE ARLENE
Season's Best to All
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Sand Blasting
'No Job Too Small Or Too Large'
2902 N.W. 22nd STREET
Ph. 635-0687
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420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
From
. i.AZAMS
70 N.W. 25th STREET
Miami, Fla.
Ph. NE 5-4281
Well Known Manufacturers
of Bedspreads & Draperies
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ALEX MILLIGAN
Marine Surveying Organization *
Marine Insurance Surveying Yacht and Vessel Surveying
Marine Consultants and Engineers Appraisal and Inspect.on
P.O. Box 126, Gratigny Station
Miami, Florida 33168
Phone: PL 7-9622 Res.: Wl 7-5125
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Our Friends
and Clients from
MR. and MRS.
BENJAMIN ZINN
of the
LIGHTHOUSE APARTMENTS
4730 Pinetree Drive
Miami Beach
Ph. 538-1224
GREETINGS FROM
TRIAS
I I.OICIVI
3632 W. Flagler St.
Ph. 445-5011

2542 S.W. 8th Street
Phone* 445-/044
or 446-0466
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I
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THE BOARD of DIRECTORS,
OFFICERS and STAFF
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YOU and YOUR FAMILIES
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR!
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dtywhei -^Rcrncr^
leal 1 end their lives at
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FR 1-8089
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and
Prosperous New Year
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JEWELERS
MIAMI BEACH
CORAL GABLES
HOLLYWOOD
(Diplomat Hotel)
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FR 3-5054
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lecnard Ccle"-an
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hcl;: "
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To Our Friends and ?ow
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PARRAKEET
HOSPITAL
13910 N.W. 6th COUBT
Ph. 681-9713


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Page 5-7
Outgoing Year in British Jewry
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
THE Ywtf MB "''' '"'' ''(,wn in the historj
\nJ" it wry .1- the year "' "Habemuj Papam
British Jewi have aceompBahed ih'- feat of ap-
new Chiel Rabbi, who ia to take >vei
Dr. Israel Brodie The aelei Uon ia a
mentary on British lews and no! only a landmark
in their htatOT)
Dr. Brodie has reached the retiring age I
levent} and anxious to retire though he does
not look an old man at :ill He told me that he
v 11til like to have time lor reflection and study
free from the cares of office. This is ,i sufficient
reason for any good man to retire, but there may
have been other reason- why he did not want to
carry on lor much longer once the decision about
, retirement was taken.
And then it was discovered that there was nol
one suitable rabbi among half a million British
Jews to be seriOUSl) considered for the office Of
Chief Rabbi. There are some fine Talmudic schol
., here but they are not "English enough There
ire some Anglo-Jewish ministers of stature but
\ .in no: learned enough in Halachah. There
ire some who have both these qualifications but
ire not considered Orthodox enough. Here one
must MJ that the selectors want their Chiel
Rabbi to be much more Orthodox in the formal
sense than they themselves are. But this is no
new phenomenon in Diaspora Jewish life.
Atmosphere Lacking
Why is it that British Jews had to look for a
Chief Rabbi outside the United Kingdom and out-
side the Commonwealth (he is Chief Rabbi of the
t'< lumonwealth as welli. namely in Israel and the
I lined States? The atmosphere in which Talmidei
ll.ihamim grow and thrive Is lacking here. This is
.i community of very good but materialistic Jews.
They have a fairly high standard of living and are
addicted to material success Their Institutions of
Jewish U arning are small in scope and poor in
ichievement. It is therefore not surprising thai no
likely candidate for a Chief Rabbi was waiting in
the wings, as it were, when Dr. Brodie had reached
retirini i
It should be noted that the list of ten can.I.
These children lining up for a mid-day
meal at a Joint Distribution Committee kin-
dergarten in Iran are among more than
450.0C0 Jewish men. women and children
in 29 countries, including handicapped,
aged and chronically ill immigrants in Is-
rael, who depended on JDC aid during
5725. While its budgetary reguirements
are increasing, the JBC no longer receives
German reparations payments of more
than S7.000.000. about 25 percent of its an-
nual budget.
dates i-ome of them Stated in advance that they
were not interested) did not contain one serious
British candidate, though there were a couple ol
.,. names In fact, it was a list of ten fine schol-
ars, including rne or two sages It was nice to know
that we have such ;en fine Jews And I am not
going to repeat the names here, -<> as not to em-
barrass them .
Dr Jacob Henog was an early choice Most
Continued on Page 10-F
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Phone HI 4-4041
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"Wl APPRECIATE DOING BUSINtSS WITH YOU"
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Phone NE 5-0311
E STRECKER
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724 N. W. 2Ut Sfreet
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4222 S.W. 75th AVE.
Miami
Ph. 666-3746
AL & JACK ZISMAN
DR. and MRS.
A. E. ROSENTHAL
and FAMILY
Extend to All Their Relatives
and Friends
Sincere Wishes For A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAH
VERN0N D. BOND
Bond
Transfer Co., Inc.
Trucking
2160 NW 8th AVENUE
PHONE FR 4-3144
GREETINGS
BLY'S GARAGE
General Repairs
All Models
232 SW 2nd AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6804
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MT O.. >
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PL 8-5553
BEST WISHES AND
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
"Where the Customer Is
Always Right"
Eden Roc Hotel
BARBER SHOP
A i r-Con d i t i oned
No Wailing Manicuring
525 COLLINS AVE.
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JOSEPH GUIDA, Manager
TO ALL GREETINGS
IOHAI WAY
HAKIM II SHOP
NO WAITING
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NONE BETTER
7253 CORAL WAY
CA 1-0194
st Holiday Wishes from Miami's
i 'nfegrated Financial Institutions
LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
of Miami
ROOSEVELT SAVINGS
and Loan Association
N.W. 7th Avenue at 60th Street
In the Edison Financial Center
MR. WINKY AND
THE PERSONNEL OF
WEINKLES
Liquor Stores
WISH EVERYONE
A Most Happy New Year
fsfoblishfi 1935
24 STORES SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
JOE COHEN and KURT FRANK of the
FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY
Extend Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
330 West 23rd Street, Hialeah
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
CAREY MATTHEWS
Your State Representative
608 AINSLEY BLDG MIAMI
Ph. 377-4031
GREETINGS TO ALL
CLARK-SNYDER PHARMACY
Professional Prescription Service Prompt Drug Delivery
ALTON RD. at 41st ST. JE 4-2978
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
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1100 EAST 41 at STREET
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Ph. 688-4621
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
FENIMORf APARTMENT HOTEL
1200 EUCLID AVE. Ph. 531-9681
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
EDWARDS PRODUCE CO.
1227 N.W. 21st STREET Ph. 374-6143
TO All SIASOH'S GKtlTIHGS
JACK IH I I II I II
ASS'T. CITY MANAGES MIAMI BEACH


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is inscribed a poem, "TTie New Oofemos." The
outer of this poem, which sings the praises of
the Goddess of liberty in language that has become
inerasable from the record of mankind's aspira-
tions for freedom, was Emma Lazaru.-. one of the
iinionJoUen geniuses of American Jewry. She was
one oi the most brilliant writers of the nineteenth
coatttry. Her life was tragically short, but her lit
erary creations today are hailed among the most
inspiring in American Jewish history. Her career
had in it the ennobling and humanitarian qualities
symbolized by the Statue, of which she wrote with
prophetic- fervor.
Mer First Poem
IHughter of Moses and Esther Lazarus. Ortho-
dox Jews of aristocratic Portuguese lineage. Emma
Lazarus was born in New York City, July 22, 1849.
Kaised in wealthy and sheltered surroundings, she
as educated by private tutors and spent her
>outh among the well-to-do.
She wrote her first poem at the age of 14. When
she1 w3s IWShe" published a collection of her own
verses aid some translations. These promising
earl)- efforts soon flowered into real genius. By
the time fit* was 21, the literary world began to
lake notice of Emma Lazarus, and her second
wliiuie of poems won acclaim from Ralph Waldo
Ki.urson and William Cullen Bryant.
Animated by a love of the classic poets and
writers of France and Germany, the mythology
of the Creeks and the beauty of nature, Emma
I.izarus' early works bore the stamp ol these in-
QiMMfjf. Her translations were devoted to the
writing* f Hcinrieh Heine ami Victor Hugo, and
her original piece-, reflected a genuine sense of
| beauty.
Formulation of Solution
Despite the approval her poems h.vl won from
Mhe pwbhc :md from men of letters, she was >tt
[to aeqwlre her greatest spark of Inspiration, She
I reached the peak of her great m-^ as the result of
wakening within her of the Hebraic spirit.
I always been latent but it was not brought to
iurface until she was shaken oul <>t her reti-
teence and literals naivete bj the pogroms in Rus-
fe iul Rumania from 1879 to 1882 Th.' tragedy
I. events Stirred her so deeply that she
I i her poetic genius to the defense of bar
With the zeal that takes possession of converts,
Emma Lazarus abandoned the delicateness and
the purposelessness that had characterized her
youthful writings, and plunged into the formula-
tion of a solution to the Jewish problem. Fully a
decade before Dr. Theodor Herzl convened the
First World Zionist Congress, her imagination was
fired by the Palestine Ideal, and she wrote a
series of -Epistles to the Hebrews" in which she
outlined a plan for the repatriation of the Jews in
their ancient homeland.
In i>rose and verse, she pleaded passionately
for justice to the Jew. The vigor of her writing and
the patent sincerity of her pleas gave notice that a
giant advocate had arisen to defend the rights of
the Jews. In poem after poem, she counseled a
Zion rebuilt, depicted the tragedy of a harrassed
Israel, and created word pictures which, for pro-
phetic and beautiful expression of the age-long cry
of the Jews, have seldom been equalled.
It was inevitable that her inspiration should
have led her lo the storehouse of her people's lit-
erary treasures. She made a study of the Hebrew
language, and within seven months read the He-
brew Bible in the original. Fram her pen came
translations of some of the finest gems in mediev-
al Hebrew poetry. At first she translated into Eng-
lish from German versions of Hebrew classics.
But, when she acquired a knowledge of Hebrew,
she translated from the original works of Solomon
Ibn Gabirol, Judah Halevy. Moses Ben Ezra and
other writers of the golden age in Jewish liter-
atim-.
Interest in Her People
The writing of 'The New Colossus-' which
link- Emma Lazarus" name for all time with the
Statue of Liberty, was a direct outgrowth Of her
belated but passionate interest in the plight of
her people Despite her delicate health, she spent
many days \i~itin;.* the haggard and ragged Jew-
ish Immigrants from Russia and Rumania who
crowded the immigration station on Ward Island in
1881 and 1882. The sight of the refugees from pog-
roms bad stimulated her fervor as miuh as bad
the news of the persecutions in Europe.
'Ihere were the \ears when Americans were
asked to contribute to the $300,000 fund to build the
pedestal on Which the Statue of Liberty was to
stand Money was slow coming In. Many devices
were Utilized to obtain the needed funds. Public-
Continued on Page 11-F
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Custom Made Wooden Sfore Fixtures
685 W. 25th Street, Hialeah TU 5-2370
SILVER OF MIAMI Dresses
309 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
EVELYN and IRA SILVER
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
JONESEY ELECTRIC CO.
SERVICE REPAIRS
CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL
2146 N.W. 3*h STREET
Ph. 634-0574
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
DRAKE
pi.opii.iiis.
IXC.
Harold Sehres Louis Alweis
1451 E. 10th AVE.
Hialeah
TU 5-3831
TROPICAL
STUDIOS
PORTRAITS, COPIES,
PHOTOSTATS & PASSPORT
PHOTOS-HOME SITTINGS
125 NE 2nd Street
FR 3-0204
GREETINGS
FITHMAN
ST I f OS
Distinguished Private School
DANCING it DRAMA
RADIO + SPEECH
323-325 W. 47th ST.
MIAMI BEACH
Ml. 531-7M3
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
FROM
AMERICAN SAYINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
SHEPARD BROAD
Chairman of the Board
MORRIS N. BROAD
President
1655 WASHINGTON AVENUE
JE 2-5566
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
T BIRD BARBER SHOP
MEN'S TONSORIAL SHOP
Children's Haircuts 99c Adults $1.50
8506 BIRD ROAD
Ph. 221-9960
TO ALL GREETINGS
JENKINS TRUCK BROKERAGE
Refrigerated Service from Coast to Coast
FRUITS VEGETABLES
ARTHUR JENKINS
1335 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone 633-8436
GREETINGS .
CHARLES TAYLOR
MARINE ENGINES
24 HOUR SERVICE ON
MARINE MOTORS DIESEL LIGHTING PLANTS
THUNDERBIRD FORD MERCURY V8
CHEVROLET V8 WILLYS 4 CYL.
MERCRUISER AUTHORIZED SERVICE
AT THE BAY, MIAMI
1920 N.E. 151st ST. Ph. 945-6691 NA 1-7701
Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Clients
MAC'S LAW.\ >io\vi: mu\hi
3709 W. FLAGLER STREET Ph. HI 8-1869
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
DR. STANLEY WASMAN
1929 PURDY AVENUE JE 4-2156
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Palm lslanl of Miami
THE REINHARD FAMILY
100 N.I. 3fth STRUT MIAMI, FLORIDA
Holiday Greetings "Service Beyond Price"
KEYSTONE POINT MEDICAL PHARMACY
Opposite Congress Inn Prescriptions A Specialty
BOB BAKER-PL 9-5150-12400 BISCAYNE BLVD
PHARMACIST N0RTN MIAMI, FLORIDA
To Our Many Friends and Patrons ... Greetings
PARAMOUNT CLEANERS
SPf CMlfZIWC IN TAHORINC AND CUSTOM MAN ClOTKf 1
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LHi Fridcy. September 24.
TO ALL GREETINGS
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS
SOUTHEAST INC.
3320 N.VV. 35th AVENUE
ADYANCE TUBULAR
STEEL SCAFFOLD
* Distributor *
COMPLETE STOCK OF SELF-LOCKING PANELS
BRACES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONCRETE SHORING,
MASONRY, PAINTING ALL BUILDING CONSTRUCT C N
AND MAINTENANCE WORK
Achievements of Aliyah in Israel
SALES
RENTALS
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST, INC.
3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE
Ph. 635-2408
GREETINGS TO ALL
MUGGE'S RESTAURANT, INC
FOR FINE FOOD COMPLETE DINNERS
"THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
... AT REASONABLE PRICES"
ALSO A LA CARTE MENU
AMPLE FREE PARKING AIR CONDITIONED
1818 N.W. 36th St.
NE 5-4714
.
Holiday Greetings from
SUNSHINE PONTIAC
"Always A Warm Welcome"
6701 So. Dixie Hwy. (U.S. 1)
Phone 667-7501
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL from
LESTER'S RESTAURANT
Lester and Marion Sachs
421 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, Miami Reach
TO ALL GREETINGS .
CAPT. S. HAMWAY
BOAT POPEYE
HAULOVER BEACH DOCK Phone Wl 7-3525
We Extend to All Oux Sincere Best Wishes ior the New Year
WII.SOX ROOFING CO.
2421 N.W. 27th AVENUE NE 3-3157
L. T. WILSON, Owner
New Year's Wishes to Our Customers and Friends
JOSEPH OF WAVERLY ARMS
1451 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE Ph. 373-3666
A Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Customers
PALM BARBER SUPPLY CO.
18980 N.W. 2nd AVENUE Miami Ph. 624-9631
B/ YEHUDA DOMINITZ
Vli
n into I
thousai -
peak years
ed'all attempt at plai
imposed upon the immigration
and absorption authorities In the
country well-nigh insurmounta-
ble tasks This .s how the immi-
gration camps, later Wowed by
the maabarot. came into being.
In the last four or five years,
there has been a numerically Sta-
ble aliyah movement marked by-
gradual yet considerable changes
in the composition of aliyah from
the point of vie* of country of
origin, social and economic stan-
dards.
The relative stability in the rate
of immigration in the past few
years does not. however, alter
the fact that the scope and fre-
quency f Slijrah are still in large
measure determined by factors
beyond our control It is not the
State of Israel or any Zionist or
general Jewish body that was re
spon-..::< for the planning of im-
migration Nor can it be said that
the candidates for .iliyah are in
all places in a position to deter-
mine urhether and when they will
immigrate The term, country of
Immigrant youth in Israel underqo vocationc
of the many youth centers established by 'he Youth Aliych
Department throughout the country. Durinq 'he years of in
existence. Youth Aliyah has served as a fruittul experimental
group, pavinq new roads in the education and rehabihtatic-
of new immigrant youth, and has been on the lookout ior
solutions to the problems besetting the individual child.
SIEOEL
OIL
7400 N. W. 30th Avenue
Telephone:
OX 1-4411
Sinclair Products
Since 1934
Extends to All
A Very
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
. CO\WAY
Hair Styles of Distinction
Open Thursday Evenings
Coral Gables
Across from City Hal)
460 Bittmore Way
Ml 64711
JE.VIIM OF
MIAJff, ivr.
Extends to All Their
Friends and Customers
A Very Happy New Year
2500 N.W. 5th AVENUE
Phone 635-3839
Samuel Sommers (Pres.)
nw
stress." from the Jewish point of
view refer! in many instance to
the lack of freedom to determine
one's own immigration. The sta-
bility in aliyah is. therefore, a
feature that becomes apparent.
Easier Planning
Nonetheless, it is possible even
lef these circumstances to
forecast more or less with some
degree of accuracy Uv scp- and
source of immigration Great im-
portance attaches to this, sine**
aliyah to Israel Is a most import
ant key i of the country's development.
Th. re is hardly any field of life
ar.d a.-tivity in the country', the
development of wtmh is not de-
pendent on the nope and compo-
sition of aliyah.
The last few years, whicl
were not marked by onsnierab*
fluctuations, greatly aUrvutri
the planning work In ill thew
fields. It was possible to fonw*
with some mea-ure of accunq
the scope of immuTj'wi sod a>
cordinjrtv to plan th- -recuoM
housing for the kmnugrtaH TV
plans lor industrial dexrinpmw
and for the distrihuti-ri of pop*
lation in Israel could also bt
drawn up on more or less rut
iste forecasts of aliyah to .>
country Without then no pua
in mis direction couH harr bra
made
The last few years heri bra
marked not only S\ ~cui!
changes in the crnpositk*41
ahyah. but by a definite <1rpartsi
in the method* of lU; ih and
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* *= '' *ltrirt^n
Fcce 5-F
, ,,,.; I7tl s ear "f the
cterized bj
in the approach '<>
an i .-i
:r. ., streamlining
1:111,:::- and imple-
livitie*
all immij 1 nti 1
in I <>f perma
I eop < will
to work and pos *sed <'f
abilities are ;is-
nf empli \ men! In ad II
v work is
put in, in order ii> make
imij ration < f vari-
--.I,! niliec <'i immi-
ite the 1.ki 1l1.1t l-
: ,:: the ."iroes of mass
:-.. mi reasi reatcr
. is ing laid an Individual
nent, on the- encouragement
and preparation (or aliyah and on
detaMe I preparations for alv
sorption.
Sources Depleting
In the first place, the BOurcea
nt mass immigration in the so-
railed countries of stress are be-
roming depleted. Aliyah that has
continued for several years from
various Jewish centers is rapidly
changing the Jewish population
map in various continents of the
world Countries where hitherto
large Jewish communities had
been domiciled are now marked
by fasKhvindlinfi Jewish concen-
trations, the greater majority of
the Jewish communities there
having left for Israel. This fact
l'.i ea rose to considerable concern
for the future of aliyah. when the
flow of immigration from those
countries comes to an end. The
questions that loom large are:
From where will the Jews come,
and by what means will it be pos-
.ble to encourage the aliyah of
Jews from the countries of afflu-
ence?
Insofar as there are Jew* re
maming in the countries at stress,
they are deeply rooted there and
incapable of detaching them-
Se.tlers ure shown arrivinq in Carmiel, the first new town to
be established in the Central Galilee under Israel's proqram
for 'he development ot the area, which was initiated with the
aid of Israel Bond funds. Carmiel was formally dedicated at
special ceremonies attended by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
and other leading Israeli officials. The new town is expected
to have an eventual population of 50.000. and is a key ele-
ment in Israel's plans to settle unoccupied regions of the Gali-
lee.
selves at the same speed and by
the same methods as Jews have
come hitherto. The Jews remain-
ing behind differ from those who
have come so far. and the organi-
zation of their aliyah and the
preparations for their absorption
n:ail much thought and a search
for new methods.
Aliyah Favars Hte Wasf
Aliyah serve* as a central key
for the overall planning of the
country's economic development.
Israel's objective is that the plans
for immigration, distribution of
the population, industrial develop-
ment, aericultura! settlement and
housing should bo closely aligned
and dovetail into one another.
This has not been possible in the
pa.-t owing to the serious fluctua-
tions in the scope of aliyah. At
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iikkrim; awxixg co.
mk. 4# Ue* live*. HI 3-7*00
' Cerel GaUo.
Outgoing Year in British Jewry
Continued from Paf M
of the selectors thoujjht him the best man for UiK
exalted office, and they had an tW fUJ
Those who supported oiher candidates tell in win
the rest, so as to have a unanimous decision. Tncre
was no question ol a contested elecUon. even
though some of the selectors did not like certain
procedural leoture.v
The office of the Chief Rabbi of the British
Commonwealth hi what the incumbent makes of it.
The entree to the Establishment, including the
Palace, is there. The comparison with the Arcn-
bishop'ot Canterbury and the Cardinal Archbishop
of Westminister comes to mind. And there is the
I act that British Jews are a religion* community,
formally speakinf. which is seeking religious
guidance in need of a mentor.
And there are the pastoral tours of Common
wealth communities and the authority over local
ministers and the acceptance even by the strictly
orthodox Federation of Synagogues, and not only
by the larger orthodox group, the United Syna-
gogue.
Acquiring tht Imaga
In vhort. the possibilities are all there. Dr.
Jacob llcrzog is surely a suitable Chief Rabbi <>n
many counts But it is Bad in a way that he is mov-
ing from the Holy Land to live once more in the
Diaspora t after all. to live in Israel is a Mitzvah
in itself And it will take time lor him to acquire
the image of a Chief Rabbi, as distinct from author-
ity and knowledge. Hut the problem WM sohed
in .">725.
The Race Relations Bill, which i- no: yel on
the statute hooka baa been one ol ihe preoccupa-
tions of British Jews in the year under review.
For year-. British Jews had been advocating it. To
be sere, some of them are still doubtful The) i<-. r
the implied assumption thai Jews and N
were different and m Deed Ol special protection,
while the rest oi the people are protected i>\ the
existing laws Bui the official Anglo-Jewish lhl'-
had been in favor of such a bill all along.
The Bill i- now going through the null. Let il
le ..mi that religious discrimination of Jews .>
such i> r.ot mentioned in the Bill, it is designed
to prevent discrimination against racial or ethnic
groups. It is the view of the Government t.;at the
Jews would be covered by the Bill one way or
another and there was no need to mention religion.
The implication that the most exposed ;;roup
are the Negroes and not the Jews is entirely cor-
rect and accepted by the Jews. Numerically, the
Jews are not any longer the largest minority
group. There are now in the United Kingdom some
rjOU.OUO Negroes i mainly from the West Inc M but
mmiio Worn Africa) and some 2UO.OU0 India ii and
Pakistanis. But it is not only that. The I ,n;r.wx
are newcomers, they are poor, they are o' a dii
terent color, they compete on the labor ,.rk.t
though they are not offering cheap labor, ot sourse.
Polka Cain Authority
The Race Relations Bill is also a prevent ion-of-
not- hill and not only an anti-di.-crimmal i bill.
F.vents of the last few years have shown that
"nobody >v going t<> stand for any nonscr e," lo
quote Rabbi Samuel Shraga of the Lubtvil iw n
New York. Whenever somebody attacked the lev-.
There were Jewish men who argued back and hit
back A few meetings ended in riots. Jews ... ui |
.i- Fascists appeared in court the followr | da)
The bill aims to give the police more
to prevent incitement which is likely to i
There would In- no need to wad until the
(,; uda reacts But the final form of the i
not >: a merged.
Howevor, we are dealing here voih ir
lion oi Briti.-'i Jews. It has occupied them .ir the
beat part of the year They argued :t otsl internally
and Ikey made their poaMsm clear Ihe '
ment 1 he\ are in favor as a Ixxly U
resented b) the Board of Defnrties
Were thej opposed to the Bl
have node it- wwj throii'/'i the various
beoasne law Minority groups do
nment here But the tit ball
British Ji -
Ignoring Local Seen*
'! hcj ne protet I Ion inirr*"
ul i i (tar for serious trouble out
for .1 Uoubia free life.
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9,Jt**isHhridian
Page 11-F
lad plenty of time and energy left to
'Russian Jews, to share the joys and
Israel and to think of the future in
education of their children the .ten-
sion, that is. But no breakthrough here;
advance by the Zionist Federation ana
x> other bodies engaged in educational
If a> progrea* was recorded it was in
the United Palestine Appeal, as it is
here
so remains good and the proceed- rise
to year. TTte total of three million ster-
ihis year is now assured, and there will be
another million or so for the Hebrew Universitv,
the Weirmann Institute. Hie Haifa Teehnion ami
various other appeals. It is still about tight pounds
sterling per capita, but an improvement on last
year.
The tendency remains to give to causes con-
nected with Israel and ignore local charities. It is
perhaps more a matter of instinct than a philoso-
phy. The ordinary British Jew has a need to give
for Israel, but does not see any compelling reason
for giving to local appeals, except perhaps the Jew-
ish Welfare Board, and thin body. too. is kept short
of funds. This is an instinctive response to the mood
of the times which history will probably find com-
mendable
itue of Liberty at Age of 80
C WBtjai psjjssj Poe 7>W
citizen* held mass meetings, and social-
women organized rummage sales and sold
iir*.
Ktance Oary Harrison was one of this Rroup
-en. Slie was cnlleeting poems, drawings ami
for publication in a souvenir bonk to be
it the benefit Of the portent! fund. When
ppealed to Fmma Lazarus for a contribution
book, the Jewish poet at first declined. A
person, she was not inclined to write for
ir journals. But when Mrs. Harrison remind-
L. Lazarus "of the Goddets standing on her
Mil dewti \omler in the bay and holding out
I h Id those Russian refugees of yours whom
to fond of visiting," she was galvanised
i 'ion Miss Lazarus' contribution to the sou
:ix>k was 'The New Colossus." a poem of
t> RsJsr beauty that it was insiriood on a tablet
d to the inside of the Statues ba>e
An Imperishable Ideal
ma Lauras' declaration of faith in trie
Lady of Liberty, who is perpetuating her
of "Give me your tired, your poor, your
masses ... I lift my lamp neside the gold-
r," continues to inspire America. Among the
-ymbols .t the freedom advocated by the
'-* of Liberty, are the broken chains at her
feet. There is a reminder of the great democrat-
ic American ideals in the tablet the Great Lady
holds in her left hand.
The poem by Emma Lazarus, coupled with this
reminder of the Statue's guardianship over Amer-
ican principles, at the Golden Gate of our land.
jointly cement an imperishable ideal.
It is one ol the ironies of late that the life of the
brilliant Jewess, of L'mnia Lazarus. Liberty's Bard,
slioukl have been cut short in its prime. She died
Nov. 19, 1887. at the age of 39. a year after the
Statue of Liberty was dedicated.
'The New Colossus" has only 14 lines, but in
them are expressed with prophetic instinct all of
the indestructible and noble ideals symbolized by
the Statue of Liberty. These lines, written by Em-
ma Lazarus more than 70 years ago, remain the
credo of Americanism and a striking memorial
to their author. It complements the great poet's
Jewish idealism, which, too. was replete with pro-
phecy and faith when she wrote in The Banner
Of the Jew":
"Wake, Israel, wake. Recall today
The glorius Mat cancan rage .
O deem not dead that martial fire.
Say not the mystic flame is spent!
With Moses' law and David's lyre,
Your ancient strength remains unbent."
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+Jew 1st fk radian
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tlhcr side. In 1920,
Europe in charge
mtnxiuce a uniform
lystem.
Larsaw in 1926 wtien
[ power. I was sit-
(room dismissing JDC
Jh a delegation when
Aral cxpiosions. I wenfl
land learned that Pil
|hia troopi were enter-
I wanted to phone
, pople. but was pre-
rvliccman. As I stood
.lowing what to do, my
[;d Guzik, arrived do-
(ooting and danger. He
ide streets to the
K,:in which was already
i because Jews from
, ns. understandably
[l oms, were anxious
(k home They ar und when PUeud-
troops marched into
Express to Berlin
an announcement
, onl) one train
: Bl I Kpff !SS tO
,i mc on that Irain
,nl ticket.
: .. i out it War-
i. ..- isolated lor two
i ,il "here WM no
11. Pilsudski took
- and '30's. we
eve great pro-
[ all the Ea*t Euro-
it especially in
with .IDC to help,
sh communities eo
; care centers and
a Jewish medical
re also intni-
, : urns' train*
n Warshaw and helped
loan "kassas" and
ratives. All these
- received large subven-
JDC at the outset,
as the organizations
tr
i.t least partialiy. u. .-upport
themselves.
Meeting With Eichmann
In the 1930's. when Nazism was
becoming more and more omin-
( US, there was an increasing
movement of Jews out of the
country. By this time. JDC's Eu-
ropean Headquarters were in Par-
is. I was the only American in the
European office at that time, and
made frequent trips to Berlin.
The German Jews needed not
only financial help, but moral sup-
port even more. It gave the peo-
ple a good feeling to know that
.IDC was on the scene and ready
to help.
JDC actively supported HICEM
(Jewish migration agency i with
Dventiona and provided travel
rusts tor those who were unable
to pay jdc also helped the com-
munity defense programs through
the "Hilfsverein" and the "Reich-
s\ ertretung "
It was during th time ih.it
tic of the German Ji ish i
muni y leaders and 1 met w In
Adolf Eichmann We persua led
him to give us a I Itei ate of ex
< h mge on our dollars It \n\ olvi
era! hundred
given to the communit) to n
tain se\ i ral Ha< ls< har >th,"
training camp-, to prepare young
people f'>r Palestine The I
wore supposed to provide for Ihe
young people for three, si>
n:' until th< j could get
Ihe neci ssarj tra> e papers \s
a result of the conference we
ere i I I l many
irks per d as ha I
fore
i end of 1938 I went
., p |,... u ', : rrji. m war-
-a e staff i
i,. aiting for me He
liuv, ted m< out of the railroad
station through the back way.
When we got to the hotel, we
found it roped off We entered
throu'h the back door. 1 subse-
quently learned that 1 had been
traveling on the same train with
Herman Goering and his entour-
age all the way from Berlin to
Warsaw. Goering. who had come
ostensibly to hunt, was not at the
hotel, but his whole entourage
was encamped there.
This was the last time I saw
Guzik. Neusztadt and the rest of
the staff. Ssme were able to come
out. Most of them were killed.
Guzik somehow managed to sur-
vive. Unfortunately, however,
when JDC ordered Guzik to Paris
in 1946 for a rest, the plane in
which he and another staff mem-
ber. Gertrude l'lnsky. were fly-
ing, crashed, and the two were
killed Miss Pinsky was returning
to California to be married.
Sosua Project
In 1938. Santo Domingo, the
Dominion Republic, responded to
a plea by President Roosevelt at
a conference In Evian, Prance, by
offering to take up to 100.000 refu-
gees from German] and Austria.
This led to the organizati >n < f the
Dominican Republic Settlement
Association, with James N Rosen-
berg as in president The project
was planned by Dr Joseph Rosen,
arni I has aske i to ,i--l-i him.
Later Di Rosen ba ame the di-
rector
The urst group of refugees ar-
rived in the summer of 1940 Oth-
ers followed soon afterward, It
was a fascinating project We
started from scratch on a piec<
Of land that had been expli '
and neglected by the United Fruit
i 'ompany for IS to 0 y< ars After
one year, it became a showplace
It was called the Sosua project
named for thi Uage where the
colony was launched Al the
h< ight of the project, 'lure must
have been some too colonists and
another 500 to 700 t< t sel
tiers. The latter were people who
were just marking time until they
Continued on Page 14 F
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fear
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EEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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TU 8-4262
To All Happy r iys
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Ph. 377-3023
MIAMI
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
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6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
RENATO LEVI, President
Happy Holidays
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THE LATEST HAIR STYLES
5820 SUNSET DRIVE 665-2111
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MIAMI VOGUE MFG. CO., INC.
320 N.W. 26th STREET Ph 6330929
ZAKARIN President
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
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700 WEST 51st STREET Ph. UN 6-1567
Miami Beach 40, Florida
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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7601 N.W. 25th AVENUE Ph. 691-3951
IRVING LANDSMAN, President
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
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4273 EAST 4th AVENUE HIALEAH
Telephone 688-3181


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KlmM> flcrX/ian
Friday. September 21. 1965
TO ALL
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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AGENCY, INC.
(Established 1928)
GENERAL INSURANCE SURETY BONDS
MORTGAGE LOANS INVESTMENTS
8015 N.E. 2nd AVE. Ph. 757-5714
Miami, Florida
JIMMY PAYTON LARRY PASKOW
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF AT THE
HARBOR ISLAND SPA
ON THE 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
HOME OWNERS LOAN CORP.
MORTGAGE LOANS
JAMES A. BACCUS, Pres.
Triangle Building 595 N.W. 91st St., Miami
Ph. 757-4955
HAPPY NEW YEAR
mm
r
2134 NORTH*C;i QJAmi CCUT MIAMI 37, FLORIDA
"Greater Miami's Friendliest Printing Plant'*
S1NCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ZELICK'S TOBACCO
326 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach JE 8-1544
1350 N.E. 163rd St., No. Miami Bch. 377-9897
301 N.E. 2nd Street, Miami 945-0661
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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4696 EAST 10th COURT HIALEAH
JACOB YAGER, President
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
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1439 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-3308
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SPORTSMEN OF MIAMI, INC.
310 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. 633-8631
MAX ALCON, President
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM
VENETIAN CABINET SHOP
PAUL SCHAFFER, Owner
193 WEST 24th STREET Hialeah TU 5-1852
'Operation Masada' Reveals Past s
Continued from Page 4-F
their spirit that laughed at
death ..."
What socrets docs Masada
where King Harod built his fam-
ous castle fortresshold?
For long centuries, the Rock of
Masada stood abandoned, forgot-
ten. It was only in 1838 that the
American archaeologist Robinson
rediscovered it and guided by the
book of Josophus, reestablished
its identity.
Ever since, it ha* fired the im-
agination of many, but only now
the first large-scale effort, match-
ing the difficulty of the task of
penetrating its secrets, has been
undertaken.
Yadin's Work Force
Over the pas! IS years, since the
establishment of the State, much
exploration was done in the area
and much valuable data gathered,
including the discovery of the
remnants of Herod's castle. All
these explorations led to the con*
elusion thai a large-scale and con-
certed effort would be required
to overcome the almost insur-
mountable terrain difficulties and
conduct a systematic and thor-
our search.
Prof. Yigael Yadin undertook
the task, the enormity of which
can be gathered also from a few-
facts and figures. Prof. Yadin has
secured for the purpose a special
fund of l million (half of which
cronies from the Sir Isaac Wolf-
son's Fund, the British Fund of
the Sacker sisters and the London
Observer." and half from the Is.
rael Government). He also en-
listed the active assistance of the
Israel Defense Forces. Special
aerial photos were taken by the
Israel Air Force.
Scores Tents
A number of Israel firms have
donated various types of equip-
ment, including building materi-
als, for a number of reinforcing
structures that will have to be
erected. Scores of tents house the
expedition force of several hun-
dred, including mostly volunteers,
as well as hired laborers, and a
unit of the Israeli Army. Among
the volunteers there are also phy-
sicians and nurses who hope there
will be no sick so that they are
free t>> do some "real work."
This is DO doubt the most cos-
mopolitan archaeological expedi
tion force Israel h eve seen
There have been Lynda Laski
from Ne York, who came here
five months ago and "fell in love"
with the Judean Hills. There
her companion. New Yorkiw Kath-
reen Bcrnhard, who say* "Don't
call me Kathreen. My nwme ii
now Ofra. and 1 like it tWter."
There was Werner Knappel,
from South Africa, who ovune to
Israel on a viait and newr heard
of Masada until ho read tftout the
planned dig in the paper*. There
was Bryan Kleys, from Bristol,
Kngland. a non-Jew, an architect
by profesiMon. who had ra -i about
the expedition andtiMg with
many others volunteered.
Hundreds ef Velwtitwoo
There was Margaret Lehman,
from Spain Hundreds (jf volun-
lean have came and an tfcia In
the course of the conuiK BMMthfl
v hen-it is wide!) h >|h- i Masa-
da "ill hand over the I tog-kept
secrets of Judea's f;i last
ten for freedom i Inde
in e (o then- chil I en wl
continued the struggh I
JDC Programs Reviewed
Continued from P*ge 13 F
could make their waj to another
(niintry.
All in all. I was with the JDC
about 23 peers. In 1987, l was
awarded the French Legion of
Hon r for service to refugees, and
at that time, an article was writ-
ten about my work with JDC.
Among other things, the article
reported that up to that year, 1837
some tSftOOff.OOO in relict funds
paased through nay hands.
They were gratifying years if i
shared the igonj ol
their hours of need, I a'. shared
their y > In the rebuild
. .. .,> s followed, if the
"Joint" has became ai ttegral
part of Jewish life in t>ir>i>e -
then it was ikie in Ian. mmi
bo the dedication and del ttlon of
the workers who iMtmjjtll the JDC
paagMM to life, to the Fewi of
America who by their gif" I to the
United Jewish Appeal in ide it
possible, and to the Jev -
ada. Knutand and other ir.:nes
win> have mpported it
ing work over Frre dee
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
A & B VENETIAN J. J. Brown
BUND CO. of
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1983 S.W. 8th St. Miami Real Estate Sa'es & S :e
FR 3-8039 INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL-FRANCHISE MOTELS
Mr. Scott, Ovner INGRAHAM BLDG. Ph. 377-0991

HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
GREETINGS FROM
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& SO.VS. IXC. Dresses Lingerie
Corner N.W. 1st AVE. Sportswear Beachwea-* Accessories
AT 21st ST.
Phone 379*3450 Stores Throughout Greater Miami, Hollywood, Fort laoderdale and Pompano Beech
or 379-1022 end Fort Pierce
Best Wishes for A NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS TO ALL -
Prosperous New Year FROM
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ADVERTISING SPORTSWEAR and MORRIS
TYPOGRAPHERS, INC. MANUFACTURER IALER PRODUCE COMPANY. INC.
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NEW YEAR'S HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WISHES TO ALL FROM HAPPY NEW YE.- .7
MASTER'S interiors IMPERIAL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Fit 1 IT
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oer 24, 1965
+Jml3$> fhriil^r
Page 15-F
Year Theme is Repentance
fcontinutd from Pag* IF
must assume that the concept tin
i a protean, constantly improviru
flexible enough to bounce back after
Ltronjj enough to overcome past weak-
[couraueous enoush to combat former
ite inadequacies, and unfortunate mis-
lite In the phrase used today by the
lovement, he can "overcome." In fact.
Uting the nu-anint; ot Teshuva is "we
Deep Faith in Self
many phrases in 'i' English latin-
i pessimistic view '-f the natur''
can'l teach an old change human nature." "Once
These expression* implj the
For "f Tesmiva implies am
i inkind must have a deep fail
p, means thai you can teach at
l st!, that you can improve h .
man character, and that once a fool, perhaps to-
morrow a sage.
Teshuva means that God created basically a
good world, and that man is a soon creature. His
basic propensities are for good. He can err, he
can slip, he can backslide But he has within
him a built-in corrective system known as con-
science. He has within him a divinely given urge
to strive upward, to climb higher, to achieve more.
and become better. These are the elements Of Te-
shuva.
In short. Jewish theology lias faith in man. for
the command to repent, to change, to practice
Teshuva. means that man has the ability to affect
these changes. Let no one sh rtchange hi- own sup-
pi) of faith in himself, in his family, his friends
and in- community such that he cannot bring him-
self to Teshuva.
Rosh llashona, therefore, being the beginning
of .i n Jewish year, is the time to examine this
in value encept passed down to us by our
fathers, and bj assimilating its true meaning into
our lives, to live life marked by the high stand-
c>; Jew ish \ .ihics.
Jewish Intellectual Leaders
Continued from Page 3-F
living within the hopes and aspirat
<>n- .r I memories >t our people?
Li..... .' our professi inals are mi
If i me is one where- some kind o
in exists, the children are at
Lut:-. -I a Catholic or Unitarian reli
y tea .is the case ma> be, H it is
lot ethics, but short on religious ac-
and Of practice, then the children are
Ithout e '"tart in that area. Wherever they
[. l.i iff lost to the Jewish people for-
coi led; as you can saw H Jewish intel-
are min( to intellectualue themselves
right ofl the top of the fbsrpole what about the fu-
ture? Or doesn't the future include need for and
support Of agendas concerned with the Jewish
people? If the adagaj "tha race is to the swiff is
true, then we are losing our fastest runners, for
i! these serve us onl\ a- excellent employees whose
excellence encompasses only the job, without com-
mitment to the people thaj serve, < will end up
with a middle-sized society, directed by middle
si/ed brains, planning a middle .sized Jewish pro-
gram, Jewlshly sterile and static
I know the answers I will gat if I ever do ven-
ture the challenge. They will be reasonable and
logical The response of the trained intellectual to
emotional questions is made more in pity than
anger.
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Industries Inc.
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r MARTIN SAWT-LUCM PALM BIACH INDIAN RIVrt
N.E. 11th St., Miami 32, Fla. FR. 7-1421
Greetings to the
Entire Jewish Commuiv
DIANA SHOPS
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
3 East Flagler Street
FR 1-3405
MRS. DELIA S.
DELANCY
Wishes Her Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
IE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
UNDERWRITERS
JRANCE AGENCY
D. HOLLANDER
N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
Ph. 731-8586
PY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Larry's
"on** Woar
,Arthur Godfrey Rd.
JE 8 5456
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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43 N.W. 21st STREET
FR 4-5131
JOSEPH COSENTINO, Pres.
MfTJNCS TO AIL
fa*.
DESK
EXCHANGE
Ph.*. NC 44S24
Mew mi V%o4 Otlkt nuMn
1742 N.W. SHi STtlH
Wishinq All A
Prosperous
NEW YEAR
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3520 N.W. 50h STREET
Miami
Ph. 635-2065
Best Wishes for
A Prosperous
NEW YEAR
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Ph. 861-1012
GREETINGS
Weaver
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59* NW 62nd St.
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* Sales Rentals Repairs *
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if Expert Geocra\ Automotive Repairs if
1101 W. FtAGUR ST. Ph. 226-5833
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T. S.
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10 S.E. 2nd Avenue Miami Phone FR 9-1451
262 Andalusia Coral Gables Phone HI 6-0291
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM JACK BILL
|3rd STREET CYCLE CENTER
formerly located on Arthur Godfrey M. for 11 Tears
SCHWINN & ENGLISH BIKES Mechanical Repairs on All Types of Bikes
1064 N.E. 163rd ST. (Opp. House of Pancakes) Ph. 945-4541
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
Commercial-lndustrial-Air Conditioning-Wiring
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
EXPAXDO TRAILER SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
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Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Clients
VOGUE BEAUTY SCHOOLS
2013 N.E. 163rd Street
Ph. 945-9011
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SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA SINCE 1924
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~ Miami. Flohda. Friday. September 24. 1965
Section G
ommunity Organizations Greet You
t: PERT KING HIGH
Aayor of Miami
C/TY OF MIAMI, FLORIDA
Office *i the Mayor
On behalf of my fellow City Commis-
sioners, I take great pleasure in extending
heartfelt best wishes to the Jewish residents
of our ana for a happy, healthy and pros-
perous New Year.
We are well aware of the deep signifi-
cance of the Hiqh Holy Days. In this time
of prayer, spiritual reflection and rededica-
tion. our thoughts will be with our Jewish
neghbcrs as they come before God in judge-
ment during these sacred ten days.
The High Holy Days should inspire all
to rise to their full moral and spiritual stat-
ure in fashioning a new world and a better
society with peace for all mankind.
May the New Year 5726 be healthy, joyous
and prosperous for everyone, and, as is tra-
ditional, let me say "Leshonah Tovah Tiko-
sevu' to all our Jewish residents.
ROBERT KING HIGH
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Office of tho Mayor
As Mayor of our beautiful City of Mi-
ami Beach. Fla.. it is a distinct privilege and
pleasure to have this opportunity to extend
my warmest greetings and best wishes on
the advent of Rosh Hashona.
May God grant us the understanding
and wisdom to create a world where strife,
discord and inharmony will be unknown
a wrrld replete with true brother, serenity
and good will, untrammeled and unfettered
by the vicissitudes of tyranny and injustice,
a New Year in fact and in deed, among all
men and all nations.
My wife. Patty, and my children join
with me in this hope and prayer, and may
the Year 5726 be filled with only good health,
happiness and prosperity for all.
ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT
ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT
Mayor of Miami Beach
$
THE CITY OF
MIAMI
THE CITY
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f
.... expresses the sentiments of men of all
beliefs in extending Rosh Hashona
greetings co the Jewish residents
of the community
MIAMI BEACH
wishes to extend
to the Jewish citizenry of this
area best wishes for a happy
and prosperous New Year
M*y *" hiscrihed
Jorpeace juJgvJ life


5-yj* '*Z
AMERICAN FRIENDS Of
THE HEBREW UNIVERSTTY

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To fb* C/2*-:t*. l/jro-rv-jt-* BUREAU Of JEWISH EDUCATION and the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION;
To (b* Rabbis az>d Jewtah T*acb*r
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HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
With** for Ho.lth,. Joyful and AI.qk.i M Yoar
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
{Ml WDM. ffoaai MOMS J. HWWM, r^f
770 W*t 40Hi Str Mia
MIAMI BEACH CHATTER
MJZRACH1 WOMEN S
ORGANIZATION
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ft Tktir Members orW fW Evfire JewfsJi CMMMNiitf
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF
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THE FLAGLEU- GRANADA
JEWISH CENTER
50 H.W. 51st PUCE
WisJ$ Ytry Happy New Tear to
All hs Members ami hiemds
MAJ( SHAPWO, Rabbi, SAM SCHULWOLF, President,
the OFFICERS, and BOARD OF DIRECTORS
a* Ik,
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
1101 S.W. 12th AVIWC. MIAMI
httnd f All Best With* for a Happy New fee*


Friday. September 24, 1965
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[being the haunting memories of middle Europe'!
(Ugth camps and the rising spe.-tre of renew.- I
Jrror U, the Middle East and Africa.
Oharitahle aid from the Jewish community of
^niprica was important, but far short of the yOOBf
nation's needs and at best but a stop-gap measure
Kioncmu' disaster loomed larger than the threat
,,l external enemies. The victory which the young
nation and her beleagured people had heroically
won on the field of battle seemed about to be
crushed by a multitude of economic pressures.
Grim Situation
Desperately needed were roads, power, pipe-
lines for fuel and water, industrial plants and
thousands of new housing units. The situation, as
Israel approached the Ro?h Hashona of 1950. was
rim 1 can well appreciate how grim the situation
.,.i, Ihm.hisc in January. 1949. on the occasion of
i:i :ii-t u-it to the new-born State of Israel. I
-. ol the ysjsjt desolation of the Negev
.h n te l the beleagured Kit ;!/ Negba and
.. much barren mnptinen waiting to be filled
!.- and new "OUm."
ii n d e r the thai i
:
....
i Out of this co
..i! Judaic cone.
i i, ih.it the highest foi m ol < haritj -
in such a waj thai he
longer need charity. This w.<- the i-
i mm, through ..:> h Jews of AmerL i
th< r landi would lend funds to the Govern-
I rat l for Irie development oi Israel's econ-
monies wen- to be repaid in full and
accrued interest,
[termath of this conference is now his-
With the aid of Israel Bond loans, Israel
ved .' niiracla of industrial development
ed only by the miracle <>t its militarj victory
iver its Arab Bltaekcjis. in these fifteen years, Is-
rael has be-comc a living example of self help.
human dignity and devotion to freedom.
Miami's Role
In their fifteen year history, Israel Bonds have
been the chief factor in changing the image of
IsraH from one of need to one of creativity, from
a country overwhelmed by massive Immigration
and tronomic hardship to a land echoing and re-
HADASSAH
Extends to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
lest Wishes for o Happy, Healthy and Prosperous Hew Year
THE MIAMI CHAPTW THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Max Schwarti, President Mrs. Nat Barth, President
RABBI LEON KRONISH
THE RABBI, CANTOR. OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
of
The Israelite Center
3175 S.W. 25th Street
and All Its Auxiliaries and Committees
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends
lor a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MAX PARNESS
President
ALBERT ZISMAN
Chairman of the Board
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OP GREATER MIAMI
ITS RABBIS, OFFICERS and MEMBERS
tittnd to the Jewish floridian and its hosts of readers
A VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
LEONARD ROSEN
echoing with the sounds of construction and dy-
namic growth.
In this amazing chapter of Israel's rebirth with
tne aid of Israel Bonds, our own community of Mi-
ami has held a significant role From the very
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flrniicli 093 Workmen'* Circle of
Miami ll.i<*li
extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all
Jewrya Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
ransn raw rrnrt
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
AND
Combined Jewish Appeal
Extend the Wish that the Year 5726
Will Bring Peace, Health and
Happiness to You and Your Family.
Joseph M. Lipton, President Arthur S. Rosichan, Executive Director
4.IU ATltl MIAMI JEWISH IIMHKITIO*
IM7 llisvaunv Mnl.. Miami, fin. :t:li:t'2
Phone III :t-OIII
Helping to save Jewish lives and build Jewish life around the corner and around the world.
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
Joseph Cohen, President
Louis Schwaitzman, Executive Director
JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE
Max V Cogen, President
Leon Fisher, Executive Director
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Leonard Abess, President
Samuel Gertner, Executive Director
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
SERVICE TO NEW AMERICANS
Mrs. William I. Brenner, President
Miss Minnie Feinberg, Executive Secretary
YM-YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI
Paul Faske, 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 Eisenstem, President


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AGUDATH ISRAEL
INSTITUTE
7W1 CAB.TU A
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m mi ma isaac mum rva 4 fammt
awecfert. Ml.iirt, Pttaraaea Oraaarfafiea. itf. da*
ir rat ** tea* mhbc rm RCAUZAnea or m mm aepu.
ceavtm wmumnm r oe* pwu
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soumM to Afmaa mmAmrr
MORRIS FELI'MAN Ar_-.g Prescient
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MRS. LILLIAN BL'JMENFELO. Pres.der.:
SISTERHOCD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL
\Jempfe Jjetfi o'''ra/i

RABBI
MORRIS A. SKOP
GUEST CANTOR
WILLIAM ROYAL
7500 S.'.V. 120th St.
Miami 56. Fiona a
Telephones
CEdar 5-0364
CEdar 5-0372
SlSTEtMOOO WOTHtaHOOO TfMFUi YOUTH GtOU*
NUtSttr-KINOEtGAITE* COMfWMATION ClASS
DAIir HCMCW ma KUOtOUS SCMOOlS
1965 L'SHANAH TOY AH TKOSAYVU 5726
A Happy New fear fo fhe Entire Jewish Community from
B'NAI B'RITH
WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF MIAMI
and its 9 Affiliated Chapters
ANNE FRANK
CORAL CABLES
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
EMMA LAZARUS
FLAMINGO
GILBERT J. BALKIN
MIAMI
SHALOM
WEST MIAMI
Mrs. MareM (.
Mrs. Marry laafaaa. PrasiaWaf
Mrs. JW faaaaaart, rVtliataf
Mrt. fawara Wareaaar, Prasiaaaf
Mrt. Irtinj Ncrbarf, Prasiaaaf
Mrt. Otla Httnqel, Frtiiitmt
Mrt. Mjcaaef liafrf, rV*si*af
Mrt. Deicf Matt, Pratie'aB*
Mrt. Marlt racks. Praueeal
Mrt. Nf iteecsea, Pr*sia*f
I Cawaci/ retiaenf
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
Extend Good Wishes for the New Year tc All
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
TEMPER VUff TAMiO
euceni lAiovrrz
aaai
MUtRAT A. SHAW
Prasiaaaf
SAUl N. IIEIH
Caater
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year from
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
OMEGA CHAPTER AND THE
GREATER MIAMI ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION
Nanoncl Council oi Jewish Women Volunteer* inatrod lIRiilliti c: mm Jew;5-
Home for the Aged ir. group ccr.::.".=
Progress at Our Home for Aged
By JUDGE IRVING CYPEN, Pretioa**
Jewish Hom for rh* Aged
We mm -the Je -
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pr-.rxipk- 'hat eaea pervm -
.-! il> a full rne*--ure of uf>.
Year of Con*oiid*tion
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The Florida Branch
of
National Women's
League of the
United
Synagogue
Of UJ.A.
Wish
Health. Happiness
and Peace for All
'.zrzr row N&>
Happy New Year to All
YIV0 INSTITUTE
for JEWISH RESEARCH
Marrit Miaiaaaaai. Pratiaaat
S. Mjarritaa, Sacratary
SISTERHOOD
C H E S E D
SHEL EMESS
Officers and
Board of Directors
wish their many members
and friends
best wishes fcr a
Happy New Yec-
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators.
to the Leaders and Directors el the
Bureau of Jewish Education, and to
the Entire Jewish Community for a
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
ASSI SHIMON AZUIAY. Prasietat
DAVID FtltDMAN. Haaerary Preuatat
MISS NCTTIE SOtDSTIIN. Vic* PratMeat
LSH0NA TOVA TIKESEVU
TEMPLE BETH SH0LEM
1725 Monroe Street, Hollywood, Fla.
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
CURT J. SCHLEIMER, President
The Rabbi. Cantor, Officers. Board of Directors.
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY. HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
to its Members and to the entire Jewish Community
L'Shona Tova Tikasavu
Congregation Beth Moshe
RABBI RICHARD M. E. MARCOVITZ
CANTOR SEYMOUR HINKES
MARTY MARTIN
President
MRS. BURTON STREIT
Sisterhood President
ANDREW SCHWARTZ. Men's Club President


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fcmber 24. 1965 + UysHI fhilH-tr Page 11-B A JC Techniques Used in So. America MEW YORK — fJTA) — AmerUna and the Institute Bi ican Jewish Committee techniques Judeico de CuWura e Divulgai to combat bigotrj are being used The Committee opened its by "sister" organizations in Latin office in Latin America, in B America, the Committee reported .Aires in 1848, in Rio D< % %  this week. The organizations are in 1957 and in Sao Paulo in 19 the Instituto Judio Irgentino do The programs include interred Cultura e Information in Argenious activities IB Florida conference of Mizrachi America are (seated left to tight) Morris Bicky, Dvorah Rabinowitz, iied Stone and Irving Boyer. Standing are Mesdames Daniel Zalis, Pauline Grundweik. Bernard D. ad Theodore Sakowitz. function was at the Font, bleau Hotel. LOCAL AGENCIES GREET NEW it An izruclii W omen Look to Future *£ By MRS. ALFRED STONE Florida Coordinator JUiir^chi Women of America Bauth year of effort by Mizrachi Women tea toward a unique solution tor a m. ing waves of Jewish newcomers arel. then still Palestine, they came untrained for the new life awaitle new country, but full of hope and were children, orphaned by Eura Women realized the problem^ facing n parUouUrli. and took matters in tw the need of these children for lovade(|iiate education, and more than that. %  logical base which can bast be built ties with the age-old fait* thej felt u h nieil abiding iundament.ilcould oining .ithey did rhr as sound, healthy, fine and useful is of a new land which holds such Jews. Among the Leaders Thss pstmi.Hn of action has been justify of thev children are now among the leader* in Israel and many, indeed, are among ers of today arrivsla to Mizrachi Women's institutions in I Miiiishi Women's schools and villages now train and can for 5.000 of today's young people in Israel. He in Dade County, seven chapters of Qreatsr |Ii.,mi women work tirolessb to Bssisl ia this great w.,-k These grc Aviva Chapter, Mrs. Simon April pssjident; BsiNa Chapter, lir. Jonah Caplan, presidsgjt; Dov Chapter Mrs I ..inTokayer, president; Hajukvah Kpter, Mrs, Julius Rosenetein, presiJJinnerti Chapter. Mrs. Theodore Sakowitz, L Hadar Chapter, Mrs Mack Acklosburg. president; and Miami Beach Chapter, Mrs Rachel Katz Laufer, president. Each of these chapters meets regularly and holds teas, luncheons and similar functions, in addition to regular ami board meetings, as part of their program of activities. A highly successful Thrift Shop is operated by the Miami Beach Chapter at Washington Ave. and 8th St. There is alx> a chapter-information in Jacksonville being organized by Mesdames Turetsky and Hartman. M well as in Tampa under the leadership of Mrs. Cy Biumcnield. Two-Day Confaranta During this past year, as has been the cu st om for the past few yeasB, toward the end of Jami ary, a two-day, all-Florida conference was held at i. with an attendance of some 500 pie Amonn the guests appearing were Mrs i Itabii AH/, ol Israel, chairman of Mi/ Council in Israel. During the con lecided to intensify our men more knowledge and better under-in problems facing the youngsters in n Mizrachi Women have assumed \ hapters as well as the national New York, are cooperating in the planthe ft rthi oming annual Florida conference scheduled lor Jan 30 and 31 at the Fontainbleau Hotel On Sunday night, Jan 30, there will be a reception for all local members, and many visiting members and their friends, Mrs Ely Resnikoff, national president, has promised an outstanding personal it j to be guest of honor Monday morning, Jan 31. workshops will be held in each catagorj ol Mizrachi Women's work. with full attendance l>\ local members The luncheon will be held following these workshops. Planned in the Fontaine Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel, this annual luncheon prom i-es to exceed in brilliance last year's memorable affair. ... isi TO ALL FOR A Mayor Clyde M. Taylor "City of PUmnmnt iJviny SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA V Eshkol Criticizes Youthful Attacks Against Arabs TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Premier Eshkol denoiuiced the attacks thiweek by Jewish youths on Arab resident* of Kamla, in which 12 Arabs were injured, calling them "disgraceful acts'' and "hooliganism." The Premier's criticism was voiced during a meeting with Police Minister Behor Shitrect, with whom he discussed a police report on the Ramla riots. The Premier told Mr. Shitreet that "all possible Bieans must be used to prevent a repetition of such acts, which he called "contrary to the spirit and honor of the people of Israel.'' The Premier also discussed the still tense situation with officials Of the Education Ministry. It was decided that educational as well as pohoe action should be taken v /Ti?i>i>y ^ Vcw LJcar AND TO ALL COUNCILMAN Elton J. Gissendanner NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY FOR A STATE REPRESENTATIVE Edmond J. Gong •^ /*l i7ouy ^ \ cw L/ctir AND BEST WISHES TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY SENATOR Robert M. Haverfield


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Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida Friday, September 24, 1985 Section E Fffftfymmfmfrrn-TnnTi urn .1? *s s t ; ---T-WC ---*; ^ .t, ~ -;'. ^J r *'^ // is f/ie Peaceful Person Who May Go Into the House of God in Prayer By ETHEL L. LEVEY IN the ru-h of preparation for the High Holy Days, the exceptional amount ol physical iy entailed for the homemaker at '"• %  '"'"' : the year finds me entering the synagogue with muscles aching, nerves twanging like the si : an electr c guitar, and .< feeling of having lefl .nme without some import int possession, i < ouldn'l call it the proper frame of mind to apoacn the altar of Cod. seeking there a modicum • pear,., i revaluation of %  •if. an absolvence Irom the burden of guilt that most of us have aged to hide in the dark recesses ot our minds the rot of the year Some sens, we are halfway through the service before I am able to orient myself, before the serenity of the sanctuarj takes hold. When 1 have ascertained that the entire family is pre(nt and .HI. muted tor. and discovered which fash ion plate is wearing -The Hat" this year, when l am about to relax m'o snug complacency—after all what could 1 possibly have done this year that mighl be classified as sin?—1 am brought up -h. rl There it stands on the printed page, reads and waiting for the wise woman and the foolish one; lor the heroine and for her who plays it ,,t for the gregarious goaslp and her friend. the ruthless reporter; for the glamour girl, and people like me Year alter year. I am confused. bothered, and bewildered by that list of sins that we know as the al hait." I am bewildered that a prayer which had its origin in a remote ieii fury Still t.t> unwilling humankind like a second skm I am bothered because with the first n ing, i know thai the specifications in thai relentless and searching catalogue were custom-tailto me. 1 am confused because I am faced vwth an immediate question "How did sou let that happen to you, you pure and sp Uess soul'" Inexorable Index There is nothing you or I can add to that inexorable index. Our frailties, our greeds, our equivocations, there they stand, "Shomrai Ha Emet," guardians of truth, measuring, measuring. But for my own good, and if you will forgive a small amount of public breast-beat ing, I want Continued on Page 13-E



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Fndcry, Sptenu>* I 24, 1965 +Jmlst> fhrHltr Page 7-A AMERICAN JEWS GREET RUSSIAN JEWRY For the New Year 5726 On the occasion of the New Year, we send our warmest greetings and best wishes to you, our Sisters and Brothers in bondage. Our prayers are with you for the betterment of your human condition, and our hopes are that your rulers will change their policies to improve your position as equal citizens of your country. We pledge our support to free you from physical persecution, discrimination and spiritual genocide to which you are exposed in your daily life. We want to assure you that you are not forsaken or abandoned, and that the free world's conscience has already been awakened to your plight. People of distinction have declared their strong protest against the hostility practiced by the Communist Government toward Russian Jewry. Among the innumerable writers, scientists, philosophers, intellectuals and religious and political leaders who have registered their protests and have requested the Russian Government to desist from their persecution of Russian Jewry are such personages as: QUEEN ELIZABETH OF ENGLAND LORD BERTRAND RUSSELL RICARDO LOMBARD!, of Italy DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING GIUSEPPE UNGARETTI, Italian Poet NORMAN THOMAS DR. MAX BORN, Physicist LORD BOYD ORR FRANCOIS MAURIAC, French Novelist PROF. LINUS PAULING, Chemist DR. ALBERT SCHWEITZER, Philosopher (Deceased) QUEEN ELIZABETH, Dowager Queen of the Belgians Special greetings to our brethren serving prison sentences for uncommitted crimes, who are being v.ct.miied as scapegoats for the failures of the system. The memory of those martyrs who were executed under this pretext is cherished in our hearts; and they also are sanctified, as are the victims of the Naz, holocaust. Our promise to you is not to settle for less than total liberation from your bondage, to your chosen destinations and unification with your own people. The token gestures of your government to appease genu.ne protests and to weaken our united efforts in your behalf, will not deter us from our goal. So, remain strong; keep your faith in our sacred heritage and continue to maintain our high traditional ideals of human morality. We are with you. ninn mm man ScfMfta v id< i I i i Sreemtetn i: Pertchaw^i Benjamin Apr <,> Zi Herder Tt i Hollo Isadore SpuliePrt'i Roman M >. L'-rundw(rK Rr>: T 7\'l>uSimon .\f,>r[i'>: \ia\l>em (Seorge ( S oldnng Martin HorwtfJ Maurice /-'j^r I rxlir Fairmont Samuel Scfcioorti Herd Wei* Le.' Robint • /..el Cohen A"i"i.: I Ted H I W'hitHi \ Peu • < Sold Sam Bi>'i k \l,n. i. .• Klein flam Perl^el S.i". Ri-ntlwrJ Leo R 'inhard Herman W'einstem TTieodo !'• ( \. A -. (( %  >rph "> a A I! \\ e A I s ; Cameun Sid.i Lea Julius Lip*'\\ S %  "1 -KO Leonard H Sam Parbei Mourn f < '< % 



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day, B. ? -nber 24, 1965 legist n+rlrfiar Page 15-G (Kami Israel Bond Achievements Continued from Page 13-G i!f n sisjMfNMM In i;iat n established ;i Indent for other hiRh-ri-.' apartments in the ir Miami area. A number of new dinners will feree ,h,> sthe<1,lle of ,he ,srae! Bond cam as a result of that dinner, and many Hums !is of our residents will be afforded an opportunt0 take part in the historic mission of helping Lei to attain economic Independence through lael Bond of bond activities which have i/m .;, growth over the years |fi that of activities vl.itaken by the Women's Dtvtaton |..'., ,. || leadership <> f Anna Brentaking the cbairmanahip of the L. Organization, I was particularly I Meyers would continue to lend edicated lead) rahip to tin [and a m as chairman of the Women's i preview "I tliinature, it 1 ite t" give recognition to the I. who have helped li> make the i nowned around the world for its stellar role on behalf of Israel, lntortiiiiat.lv. space does not permit tins. I must, however, express the community's gratitude to two men who have helped to broaden the scope of Israel Bond sales tremendously by carrying the Israel Bond program to the financial world. Through the zeal, perseverance and dedication of Jack A. Cantor and Shepard Broad. Israel Bond sales to banks of Greater Miami and other Florida communitieshave steadily increased Ttiis is not only gratifying for the sale of bonds, but as a reflection of the confidence that the banking community has in Israel Bonds as a solid and sound investment. The New Year augsn t nOW spurt of progress t r Israel As l-rael continues io develop, the need for Israel BoSHJ support Incr e ases, As e prepare to rededicate ounerWBS to our faith at the High Holidays, go, too, Should we rededicate our solves to the Israel BOUd effort as the key instrument tor insuring l-mo! cofrtismed prosjren to ward economic securit) and independence, Ma\ I take this opportunity to extend to the entire i tmmunity, on be ha II ol the Israel Bend org iin/.ition. a L'Shansih Tovah. he American Jewish Committee Continued from Pag 7-G atari other religMM and com;". sations. ieof the chapter as projected for ear include many other areas of Inr Mai i Harris, chairman of Foreign \f|rs epr< the chapter on the South Florida Lnfi ence i Soviet Jewry; Gerald Katcher, ial Discrimination, is heading a rvej of loca practices of exclusion; Ira Mogul, iirman ol iterreligioua Affairs, is responsible ;ue ind communication among the varifaiths; Robert Shapiro, chairmasrof > Suite Discrimination, will explore with the hiring practices employed by i ir.,-.,-. industry and utilities, and otter projects maj be added during the year athe need becomes apparent The Chapter Executive Board and officers arcMrs. Ch a r le s ll. Finkeisteln. president; David B 1-Iceman. honorary president: Alfred Boas. Alvin Cassel, James R. Katunan. Dr, Joseph R Narot, vice presidents: Robert I. Shapiro secretary; Myron If, Bdhrman, financial secretary: It. W. Apte, treasurer Together with the membership, they are committed to the continuing need for an awareness of the tenor of the total community and for anticipating rather than reacting to tensions and problem areas and pledge themselves to their continued efforts toward creating a climate of mutual respect and understanding among all religious, racial and ethnic groups TO ALL GREETINGS DELUXE SIGN COMPANY ELECTRIC SIGNS • SALES & SERVICE Phone 634-3233 2330 NW 27th AVE. Miami, Fla. Happy Holidays lo All Broward Utilities Inc. "WATER" 6930 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 691-3550 Holiday Greetings Phone UN 6-0561 Richard J. Buck & Co. 1100 Kane Concourse Bay Harbor Island Miami Beach ARTHUR J. BROWN, Manager AAemb^'S: New York and American Stock Exchanges Kent Winkem to the Entire Jewish Community DADE GAS CORPORATION BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES 8350 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ph. 751-8401 VIDALE ROOFING 2630 S.W. 79th Ave. • REROOFING • LEAKS REPAIRED Dial CA 1-4976 GREETINGS from YOVSG AGES 604 LINCOLN ROAD ELI LINIADO TO Ml... CtffTMCS BAKER PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS PlMMt TU 1-9963 409 PALM AVENUI HIALEAH, FLORIDA TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS VCAGABfl lltltlll.K SHOP NO WAITING 754 FLAGAMI BLVD. Ph. 221-9779 BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Fidelity National Bank Of South Miami 5880 Bird Road South Miami, Fla. OFFICERS JOHN GlER MONROE DIXON JACK WEISGIASS FREDERICK SILVESTER JOHN E DUFFY President Chairman of the Boa'd Vice President Viet President and Cashier Vice Pr TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI LINCOLN MERCURY BODY SHOP • NEW LOCATION • 9611 N.W. 7th AVE., Miami Ph. 759-4485 Complete Collision Repairs & Painting All Makes of Cars Dee Dee Lorences Felix Vicknair TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS DADE PHOTO ENGRAVERS, Inc. CHUCK KING 122 N.E. 6th Street, Miami, Florida Ph. 371-8798 GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY ON THE NEW YEAR CASTLEWOOD INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION and its Subsidiaries STATE LIQUOR STORES • MAR-TAB VENDING HOLIDAY GREETINGS CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP. 255 S.W. 8th STREET Ph. 377-2754 BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. & M. DRAPERY SERVICE, INC. 130 N.W. 24th STREET Ph. 373-7190 MICHAEL WEISS, Owner HOLIDAY GREETINGS Mill SUM: IIAKRIK SHOP "NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY" 9490 HARDING AVE., Surf side UN 6-1551 NEW YEAR GREETINGS BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS. Ph. 531-5751 1501 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH BERT LLOYD, Manager HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Ui Hi OF 3UAMM. INC. 251 N.W. 25th STREET -MIAMI MICHAEL STECKLOFF SEYMOUR WETZLER



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Page 10-G +Jewlst>nr>ridtor Friday. September 24. 1965 BEST WISHES for a 7, -** %  • %  v. FLORIDA STATE THEATRES Jjc&t iVisltcs for a COM/ KjTajypy *~Alew If car FROM THE ENTIRE STAFF OF VENETIAN RAMBLER 545 HJE. 15th Street Ph. 377-8831 Mr. Joe Nevel, President BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Mr. HIM I Mrs. A. r i iisVv Binder and Children •I. Louis. Maurice Jpffry, Jonathan Mark and Ethel Mary TO ALL GREETINGS Now Under Old Owner-Menagement-E. "SCOTT" MAGLEY SHENANDOAH CANDIES, INC. Chocolates, Coconut & Nut Candies — Wholesale & Retail 514 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6-0831 Miami HOLIDAY GREETINGS COOPER & SON ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 1612 N.W. 62nd STREET Dial 691-6062 A HAPPY HOLIDAY CHUCK'S PAINT & BODY GARAGE Ph. 534-2305 131 Alton toad Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RUBBER STAMPS • Wholesale & Retail 4155 E. rh -AVENUE Hialeeh Ph. 681-1391 JULIAN B. COHEN -rt*T The Bureau of Jewish Education Continued from P.


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^ Lay. September 24. 1965 +Jelstrkrilll>li-ll .1 ..Mr.. i .N-.. utive weeaa | \\ l.-M I l.oltll'IAN i iRDNRBD nl Miami IUl da) ..i Keptembi i • x i-in:it.\i \\. cleric. .. i I hide I '..uiit> Kl.-i lila C I" iiil'KI.AMi i %  put) Clerk ARIJ8LK .... .• Fii si Wen ii | I I'lulnliff i 17-Si, i" i LEGAL NOTICE "Come right in folks. For our services you don't need tickets." Cf 19*5. Oar*" riaductiim NOTICE BY PUBLICATION | IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE iLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY \o. 65C 9864 :\\y. .i. VRBLLANo • iff. > LAN \ Pl.l IRES U >PEZ, • %  • dam SUIT FOR DIVORCE VNCISCA I I.I i i:i:s \A > PKZ •Mil Street, Apl IE \. York, Mew V,.rk i RANCIWCA Kl.i IRES LOPEZ, %  h) notified ih.it a Hill of • ( %  • |)|v.n has i... n Ml. d n .1 you an required to %  ; %  ul your Mi-xx .i ..i I'll ...l i II of Complaint % %  Hi. ey, liKN l \ \\ >i >N Him .iv ii. Illd %  u n| r Strci I, Mian I, Florida rial Vnswi r or I'll : the • if ihi 1 'lui k of Hi%  Cwuri on ,, r before the 19th • ik'Ti %  1 • i: 1:. •... if j • ill 11 nt b) default III be %  TI against sou foi the relief deinded In thi Bill ..r Cmplaliil • liall I..publish. .1 once mi. • itlvi '*.THK IBM isil FLoltlDIAN I "iNK ASH ORDERED al Miami, Ida, thli I iih da) ..r s.-pi• 1, .... I. I! I.KATHKRM VN. 1 I. rk. • • 'oui 1 1 >. di '' % %  ints I--I,.I |da •-II II) >• i' % %  ii'i-i.\\ii 1 >eputy Clerk I, 17-3*. i" 1-8 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE V |i I i 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 58692-C IN UK Batate of JACOB KLE1NMAN NOTICEOF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihureb) given thai we hav filed '">r Final i; 1 %  --i 1 .in. I Petlii.11 for Distribution and Final Die. .., %  ,ii.\. c itoi of ihe • stati DI 1..... 1. Klelnman, deceased and thai ,,11 the -.Hi da> of Ortohi r. IMS. will ,,,.,,;, to thi Honorable County Judges 1 Ida, ,.f Had. County, Florida, for approval | Count) ... mid Final Report ami for dlstrlbutton .ii"l fin:il 11 -. t %  .. r i_-. as I m %  torn if the • %  ~i.il.. of the above • 0 decedent. Thli :'Tih day of August, .1 VMKS S KLEINM *N DoN \i.i> KLEINM VN 11 EN BY M W VITZKIN K\... 'in %  %  • %  HENRY M W M T/.KIN Attorne) :T. s K Ftral Street Miami. Florida 13131 1. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. *6C 9909 h'DKLL L/TNN I'laintlff, va. |Ji:.\NKTTK H. l.YNN. Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE I I" .IBANRTTE H LYNN 1-709 Kai rlngtvn 1 '!• veland, 1 dilo JBAXRTTE %  notified ili.it for 1)1 von • and you 11 l.YNN :.'• .1 mil of 1 'on has been filed ulred to NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN tli.it tin. undersigned, desiring to engagi In business und.-r the fictitious name of KlscvYNK MEDICAL C L I NIC at *!>II NW. 3? Avenue, Miami, Horlila Intend to register *ai' QLASSMAN. D.O. BBYMOL'RJ UARDNER, D.O. GROVER CIMENT Attorneys for Applicants 4^.1 IJiicoln ltoad „. ,.,. 9 10-17-2*. 10/1 '-...I) % %  %  op) ..f your \11-u 1 1 'IINUI'• %  -•ti of t\>ni|.l.ilnl on id. • *tti neya, tSoldman, ilold"' %  ^ I In • : %  •! \v. -t r %l I' 1.1 ami rile tli, 1 wer or Pleading In tin Ihe l-lerk of Ihe I '•• %  :. ihe 19th da> of I'"". If you fail In iln %  '" b) .!. r mil >. III 1., tajo n '.;'-' ; %  • % %  foi tb.. .-iir demanded 'i oi t'omi.l 1 1 s : Ul 1.. rrtibl ..,.,1 „nce ••"'7,Y ..,,.., iti v „ „,.,.ks ", fllB JBWIMI PuntllM w i'"\i-. AND (>I:I.I:I;I:I. .,1 Miami. B) of Septl nil.. .. ,. %  %  IJCATHBRAI \\\ ci.ik. Court 1 >.,i. founty, Floilda y: •' i' II iPBl. \N'|i ,. Beputy Clark ..V; 1 ;"'""' • :.-i.i-t. 1,. ,v Paciler %  '" Wegj Plagler Rtreot Miami, Florida 33135 Attorneys for Plaintiff '• IT .'I. 10 1- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •NOTICK is HEREBY QIVBN thai tneundarsigm-d, desiring to engage In nuslneaa under the fictitious name of MARTHA'S KI...\V!lt SHOP .it >>oi 107 ftorty-Flrst Street. Miami Beach, rlorlda Intends t.. register said nami with the Clerk or th.. circuit Court of Dud.. County, norlda MAI: 111 \ MurtcoNI -MtTHUIt S miBDM \N Uiornoy f,.. Applicant • v Heybold Rulldlng Miami, norlda 13131 I 17 -i. i" l-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HEREBY UIVBN thai %  he undersigned, desiring to engage i" iiunineaa under th.fictitious nun. oi Thi, CAR at i:i NK l-t Street, Mlanil. Iiadf cnnty. Florida Intend to ti-r mild name with Ihe Ch rk of [he Circuit Court ..f Dade County, ll.rida. Itl'.N.I XMIN Cl II. IK Mi illTDN I.BVY BAN'IBL M' \i. HB1.1.ER Attorney for Benjamin Cutler A Morton Lev) 810 Alnaley HiiiMing •iini, Klorkla NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN ilit Hi. undersigned, desiring lo engage In buslm HM under Ihe Octltlous n Merchant, Perkins, Cook v ^'" %  ,,, „ .,. M-I07 Blscayne Kulidlng, Miami. Kit nt. nd •,-i-i.r said „.,,„,. with Ihe Cli 'k ul the > in ill ,-,, nt ..1 Badi Co int) Florlila M VRCH VNT .v PEIlklNK PIUlKBSSION M. VSS". IATION .1 I.. 1 JOSEPH v PBRKINd Allot in M -l"T II %  ..> n< lllug. 9 : |0. 17-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68207-C IN RE: Batate "f IIERNARH SKul.KIN "NOTICE TO CREDITORS •p.. \ Creditors %  >nl Ml Persons Having claims ••• 1 '• mands Vgalnsl Said Estate: you are hi n b) notlfli .1 1 required 10 pn • '"" mands whk-h >on ma) have ,1,,. .,.,,, „f HERN Mill Sk< 'l.KIN .1. ,-.,1 late nl Badi County. PJor,1,.. Count) Judges ol Bade and fib Ihe same In dnplloate and as |.r..vld.d in Si-ctl .-.,:•• in tin Ir • %  I" ,l,, |.,..|ni. Court bouse In Pade County, rlorlda, within six months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the win 1 will Bated at Miami. Florida, Ihls '.r.l da) of Si ;•' %  mliei A V ABRAHAM MAIA>KF \~ Bxi • utor pirsl publication of ihls notice on the !"iii da) % %  < Si pii mb< r, I HICIIAUI' B. BRADY Attorney for Executor 2*40 East Commercial Blvd. Port Uauderdale, Kla. .. 1"-1: %  _• 1. io 1 NOTICE OFTNTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY No. 65C 9143 To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereto) given that the undersigned petitioner, MKI.I.ISA SHARON MAY Kit. by and through her parents, FRED MAYER and PRANCES MAYER, uii..". residence ..ati .1 at Mi. 1 ml, PI01 Ida, this 1st ja) of Si 1I1 nlM r, A B, I96S. WIIITK \ci:r VND Ri HIBINS II; s \ Rubhins Al toi iu->s for Petitioners win I |-.\.'i:i: V.VB R< IBBINS \i 1,,1 11. foi 1 •. titlom r ...: \\. -t 19th Si Hlaleah. Kla. :• in-1: -'i. M 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67796 C late of ,-\ I. VIA 'I. liHANIl 1:1: |.,.,., NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII Cn d All Pi H %  1 I and* Againai .~.i Id %  %  You ..: • hen by not Ified nd Films and %  !• 1w in. h i .-ii may havi I SYRVIA C '.KAN' IKR, diseased lale 1 if I lade Count) I' id. 1. lo ill,. .'..'ini% Judges of D.11I1 1 'ounty, and fil. tli < ..n.l us ;.r-.\ Idi d in Seel II..1 da stat in n, 111 t li.iinffli %  in ihe I i.i-i. < 1 %  onths from Ihe lime of Ihe first publ h. 1 ..t .-i thi same ^ i'l bi i-.i rred Iini. .1 al Mia iI, r %  da) ••! Vugust, A 1 '. JERi 'Mi: I GRANUER \ Kxecutoi' First publii ition of th** rmt%  n tli. -.1 .! ( Kepti MAC \ii:i:\i 1:1.1. AH.. 1 II. v for Exi I \s Ird Avi Miami, l".i '. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65C 9524 Tin-: wii.1.1 wi.-f.i I;.;II HAVIN'i iS BANK, Plaintiff, vs. WALTER II s 1:1.1.1s. • t nx. I'. ft ndnnls. NOTICE OF SUIT TO Walter H H Ellis and s> Ivla 11 Ellla, his Ife, 1028 i:.i-t l^.k. 1 'rive I '• t-atur, tJeoi gia Y..11 ai • hi n b) notified that Ihi [ abovi captloned action has l>> n insi|i HI ,1 against you In the Cli Court "f tb. Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Uadi County to forerlaw a mortgage upon the following descrilied real property: l...t Jll Block is PIRST VDDITION T' 1 CAR! IL CITY r diim t.. the I 'Ui 1 thereof, 1 'I. .1 n Plat Hook .;" .it I'agi 19 ..1 in.. Public Hi • ords of I lade 1 'ounl >, Plorda, You nr re|Ulrvd lo fib .1 n s|sinsix., pii ading t.. idalntlfl omplalnt with "i" 'lei k < f 1 he afon sa d anil serve H cop) thei n plalnttorne) M M: 11N KINK, Badi l-'. di ral Building, M in I, 1-' n not lati r than 1 %  tobi 1 % %  pro Conl—.. ill be 1 i-red againai >ou. DATED: August 31, l"1. 1: 1.1: VTHKRM VN. • • of the Cli ..1 r.. •' I' Cl IPE1.AND j.. i.uty • 'I. -tk M VRTIN PINK Badi Ki .1. ral Bull Miami. 1loi ida '.'.1^1 10-1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS. *• Jen 1st fhridfi"rn solicits your legal notico*. Wo appreciato your patronage and guarantoo accurate servico at logo! rates Dial I It 3-465 lor messenger serrlce LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter M722 Acts of 1941 File AA 22044 Nl .TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN ... a |nv •",, hold 1 r ol I • Miami Tax Sab Certificate No '-'"•• .1 1st da) •' May. A.D I9 has 1 in my office, and I • n. 1. 1. ippll a tax di • %  •! • led thi 1. ..11 Said Certll :li,. follow a di < Ibed proi ,.|, in ti,. Count) • f Dade, Stati 1 Horlda. t..-it: i...t L'II Block 1. St, Vlbans Ps Plat Book :• I'age *1 In Ihe Cit) 1 Miami, Count) of Bade, stat. %  This di • •! will be 1-• M/.J. %  t to all ..its'. in. link' lb l.t quenl Count) taxes Thi ••--. ssmi nl of said pi % %  mi.I. r the -.1 i'l eerl Iflcati was in name of: Cnknown. 1 nl, -. -.11,1 ..i Ifli ..!•• shall I.. 1 • !. nni .1 1 rdlng to law, Ihe proi .-ri\ d. wrlbi d heri In n 111 lie sold 1 the* highest bidder al thi Court Hot" door "ii the first Monday In month of • '. tobi r, 196S, hli b is ti i,h da) ol 1 • tober, l^.'.r.. Bated Ihls '"'I 1 'lax ol August, :'.'! %  : II LiEATHERM VN, ci, • ••' th. In-ult Court, untx Florida It) ; P !•" iuldsl ID clerk 9 3-11 Badi (seal) %  2* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N ., |.-i: |S HEREBY C.IVBN Ihs ,1,. iinderined, di li to %  ngage ll. I.,,.in,under Ih. fl. ill •/"f" 1 "* ,i x-i HE BAR il -••"• b "A''' M ami, Kla %  inn nds to r m id name with the tlerk of thi 1 ir, ,,, CUM ul Badi County, 1-1 la. BVON V JONBH, JR. KESS 1.Ell .xMASSKV \., „e.vs for Vppiteant ,.,, || name Way. Coral %  •" l '," .,, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68113-A IN RE Estate ..f IRVING I.. STICKLER l>ix-.a-ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required !•• present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate • %  < IRVING U STR1CKLBR deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t" the Count) Judges ol lau> County, and filu the semi in duplicate and as provldi .1 In s,. : on 7M.16, Florida Statute*, in their offices in tin County Cotirthouai In Badi County, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the time of the f i ~t publication hereof, or th< same xxiii be bar1 i.i 1. .1 at Miami, Kloi Ida, th Mth da > of August, \ 1 1 198a is.-n: STRICKt.BR. ulmi know .ESTHER STRICKLBR \ ExcctitrlN Kii -t publii .11 on ••!' Ihls noi n nil.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 65C 9690 RENE PEREZ GARCIA, Plaintiff, BLANCA AUTORA BADIA de PBREB I .. i, ndnut ^.. Ak NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO BLAMCA A UTORA BADIA de PBRBZ Marti *7I Nuevltas, Camaguey you Mil". HEREBY notified thai implaJjit for Divorce baa bei n %  galnsi X,. 11. and you are hen nj 1 to sei xia X ..1 your an,.• the Complaint on the 1*1 tin UffrS attoraey, MBKTBH it.-iKKS. whose address Is 999 S W 14th Rtreet Miami, Florida, and file the original ,,f it,. Answi 1 m t'..office o ihi Cle. k • %  : tb. Eleventh Judli la I • ir.-uit In end for Bade County, Klorlda. on ,.,before Ihe l.tb da) ol October, l„ ,1.,., ; it ..1 whli ii tin • raj ,. 1.,,,,i xx ill be laki n at 1 onfeased b) DATED tin~ Ird .lax of Septejmber, R 11 UEATHERMAN Clerk of the Cln ill Court {si u \ t B) C. r OOPBLAND l>..|iuty Clerk .1 c filed requirei NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, iTICE IS HEREBY ':IN EN that d, di siring t< : business under Ihe fictitious name ol \x VL.RCRNE HOTE1. al IS->th Street ... n Drive, Miami Beach Intends : imrr said name with the Cli rk ,.f the Clrc ill Court of Bade County, Horlda I I. P S. INC. a Kla. Col p. Simon. Hays &• 'Irunilxx.iKAll..in. ys Iftl \,„. j Building l-10-n -J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C10024 ROBERT WIUJA.U CKOWTJ5Y, I'laintlff. DIANH MAltll.VN JOt citowi.KY. Defends nl SUIT FOR DIVORCE T<>: DIANE MARILYN JoY CROWLiBY ir. Tiedwi 11 Avenue l.x nl.ro..k, I>>IIK Inland. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Dlvorct has been filed against you and j required i" •-• rve a cnoi of youi Answer or pb ading to the Complaint on ih. PlalntlfPa attorneys, WHITEVCRE AND ROBBINS, Palm Springs il Building, 101 Weal t^tli Strei t. Hi..1. ah, Florida, and 1 lb ihi 1 iKinal Vnswi r and pie id In the ..fllce of the Clerk "t IIH Circuit Court f. r. Ihi '-'da) of 1 %  %  1963 fall t" do >. Jii.lu.nl. -nt l.x xx ill be taken against you r. In I demanded In Ihe Cornon ... 1. If v.. II default for Ihe plaint DONE ANli ORDBRBB In Chambers ai Miami, Bade County, Florida, this 17th .1 x ol s. i.t.-mi.. 1. 19*8 K I' Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorldgj .-.ill xi lK'pui) Clerk i a; I ,E IN K VPLAN of M, .1 -.11. on.in .\ K iplan x inrne) for Exi •' ix xx 1 vt Street \i nmi Flur l la I"-SI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 9572 JACK c .IAVSIIN. Plaintiff, x s. .IK VN VERNl N, a Rlngle woman, 1>. f. udant. NOTICE TO DEFEND T< %  JEAN VBRNON 123 Bllsabi th l-.k.Road Pontlac, Michigan YOU JEAN VBRNON, are hereby notified that 1 VCK C J VYS" >N has brought a Complain! against x..u to foreclose thai certain morUjage recordi .1 m Offli lal Ri %  01.1Book t-'i-. at Page 47, of the I'ubii. Records ol 1 e., j,. County, Florida, encumbering ihe following described real property, situate in Dado County. Moriila. IO" Uol l. ii> Block I, of STUART'S SUBDIVISION, according t.. the i'i..t thereof, recorded n Plat Rook 7. ai Page 133, <•* the Public Records of 11.1,1,. County, Florida; together xxith Improvements situate thereon, being also known aa MS RW, Kill Street Miami. Florida. Vot' ARK HEREBY i.xiuir.il to serve B copy of your Answet ..1 other di ft naive pleading to -aid Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, ROBERT H, TRM'ltUl. IISri duPnnl Building, Miami. Florida, .. 'i flli the original thereof in Ihe Office of thi Clerk of the above M) Ii .1 CJoui 1 on or before the -tli da) ol 1 ictobi r, IMS othi 1 \v i-... the allgi ntalned Ihi n in xx ui be taken aa 1 unfi --• .1 b) x..u and a Daoroe Pro Cei 1 be 1 ntered aga lml you foi ihi n Hi I 1 %  1.1 > .si for in -.. .1 Complaint. Bated V.UI E. H LEATHERN VN, Clerk, of tinCircuit 1 < P oal) l'-x • %  P COPEUAND 1.. .; x :U rk ... | ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN 111 ll„ ind, rsigiud lesli Ing lo • ngage 1 under the fictitious name • GEORGETOWN COLONIAL KaANO' ai numlii '•'" %  s '1!l I' x HIgh in the Cit) "i Miami. Florida Intend egiMt-i lid nami xx Ith thi 1 "• n| Oi. c... 'in •' ..1 1'.. 1. •'" 1 da. 1 .,-. .1 .,1 M ,,n I, Floridi tl .lax of Vugust. 191 GEOIIGETt IWN M VNOR, INC .1 Flo* Ida corporation B) 1.1 ^ HI* 1, Pri sldi nt T Ml .N' >FF .v WAI I.ER Bj Gorge J Talianoff Vttoi in ys f.u Applli ai • 120 1. 1. oln Rd Miami Beach. Kla. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68181 -C I IN PE: Estate of LOUIS B M'M I 1, as. (1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Pi rsotu Ha' • IIILClaims or Demands AgaBist 8a Estate: You are heri b) notlfli .1 and r< %  qulrtd t.. present an) claims and d. mands which you may have again ih. — %  te of 1.' UI8 BAUM di ee RI lati of Dade 1 '..untx. Florida, to II Countv Judges of Badi county, ai 1 nl. 1 In same in duplicati and as pi • v ded In Section ::'.::. li. Florida Slant.-, in thi Ir offlei in ihe Count Courthouse in Badi County, Floridi xxitlnti -i\ calendar month* from 1 Hn,e of th.fl %  '. ibllcatlon hi 1 • or 1I1.* same xx ill i. ban ed. I lati ,! .it Miami, Florida, th dax of Septl xl' 1 '"' %  •"• STANLEY C MYERS x Executor publication "' thli 1 Ihi loth day 1 Septi • 19' XIX KISS, lli:i M VN .x K MIAN Ml. %  %  ... s xx 1st St., Miami IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT" IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR'DA IN PROBATE No. 67575-A IN RE: Estate of EVELYN MILLER ROST |.,... a-. -I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ml Persona Ha 11c Claimor P. -mands Agginsl Sa -. Estati You are aereb) notified and n quired '-" u .-.I an) humin. 1 di mands which x,.i ma) have %  '!-..' n the estate of E V E I. V N Mil. I.i: KI >ST deed • .1 late of l lade Count Florida, to the County Judges of Dai County, and fill thi same in dupl • .-.it. ..mi as provided in Section 733.11 Florida static -. In their offi.-.-* 1 the Count) Courthousce in Dad County, Florida, within six calends months from the time of the flri publication hereof, or the sune xxi 0.. barri d. Dated al Miami. Flortda, tiiis i\-. .lax of August, A I •• l3B. BEATRICE M KAMI.NSKY AS l-Txecutrix GBRSHi IN S. MILLER Attorney for Bgacutrlx 130 Lincoln Road Mall Miami I:. ach, Kla. S3139 I lU-17-L'l. 10 Asa* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.. mi.i.-t-i'-in. d, di siring to engage ii I'U-iii. under VIK fictitious nami "i OLIVER MANOIR NliRSINc MoMH N I 1I1M, "tVeet, North Miami. Florida inter. M to register sal 11.1111,. with die desk of thi Cii.-u Court of l'ail. I'OJIIL>'. Florida K 1; \i. NI RMN-'r HOME. INC. I K:rtiini, VIC |'i .sid-nt IR\ INC CYI-KN l.VW OFFICES Attorneys fgr K. .J. M. NURSING HOME, INC. • Vrthur Oodfri) Rd. Miami Beach, i-'ia.



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Page 14-F KlmM> flcrX/ian Friday. September 21. 1965 TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS GARNER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. (Established 1928) GENERAL INSURANCE SURETY BONDS MORTGAGE LOANS INVESTMENTS 8015 N.E. 2nd AVE. Ph. 757-5714 Miami, Florida JIMMY PAYTON LARRY PASKOW AND THE ENTIRE STAFF AT THE HARBOR ISLAND SPA ON THE 79th STREET CAUSEWAY MIAMI BEACH EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HOME OWNERS LOAN CORP. MORTGAGE LOANS JAMES A. BACCUS, Pres. Triangle Building 595 N.W. 91st St., Miami Ph. 757-4955 HAPPY NEW YEAR mm r 2134 NORTH*C;i QJAMI CCUT • MIAMI 37, FLORIDA "Greater Miami's Friendliest Printing Plant'* S1NCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ZELICK'S TOBACCO 326 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach JE 8-1544 1350 N.E. 163rd St., No. Miami Bch. 377-9897 301 N.E. 2nd Street, Miami 945-0661 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL YAGER SPORTSWEAR OF MIAMI, INC. 4696 EAST 10th COURT HIALEAH JACOB YAGER, President NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM TESTOTT ViAiOR 4 0\KRt\G 1439 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-3308 BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SPORTSMEN OF MIAMI, INC. 310 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. 633-8631 MAX ALCON, President HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM VENETIAN CABINET SHOP PAUL SCHAFFER, Owner 193 WEST 24th STREET Hialeah TU 5-1852 'Operation Masada' Reveals Past s Continued from Page 4-F their spirit that laughed at death ..." What socrets docs Masada— where King Harod built his famous castle fortress—hold? For long centuries, the Rock of Masada stood abandoned, forgotten. It was only in 1838 that the American archaeologist Robinson rediscovered it and guided by the book of Josophus, reestablished its identity. Ever since, it ha* fired the imagination of many, but only now the first large-scale effort, matching the difficulty of the task of penetrating its secrets, has been undertaken. Yadin's Work Force Over the pas! IS years, since the establishment of the State, much exploration was done in the area and much valuable data gathered, including the discovery of the remnants of Herod's castle. All these explorations led to the con* elusion thai a large-scale and concerted effort would be required to overcome the almost insurmountable terrain difficulties and conduct a systematic and thorour search. Prof. Yigael Yadin undertook the task, the enormity of which can be gathered also from a fewfacts and figures. Prof. Yadin has secured for the purpose a special fund of l£ million (half of which cronies from the Sir Isaac Wolfson's Fund, the British Fund of the Sacker sisters and the London •Observer." and half from the Is. rael Government). He also enlisted the active assistance of the Israel Defense Forces. Special aerial photos were taken by the Israel Air Force. Scores •* Tents A number of Israel firms have donated various types of equipment, including building materials, for a number of reinforcing structures that will have to be erected. Scores of tents house the expedition force of several hundred, including mostly volunteers, as well as hired laborers, and a unit of the Israeli Army. Among the volunteers there are also physicians and nurses who hope there will be no sick so that they are free t>> do some "real work." This is DO doubt the most cosmopolitan archaeological expedi tion force Israel h eve seen There have been Lynda Laski from Ne York, who came here five months ago and "fell in love" with the Judean Hills. There her companion. New Yorkiw Kathreen Bcrnhard, who say* "Don't call me Kathreen. My nwme ii now Ofra. and 1 like it tWter." There was Werner Knappel, from South Africa, who ovune to Israel on a viait and newr heard of Masada until ho read tftout the planned dig in the paper*. There was Bryan Kleys, from Bristol, Kngland. a non-Jew, an architect by profesiMon. who had ra -i about the expedition and—tiMg with many others— volunteered. Hundreds ef Velwtitwoo There was Margaret Lehman, from Spain Hundreds (jf volunlean have came and an tfcia In the course of the conuiK BMMthfl v hen-it is wide!) h >|HI — Masada "ill hand over the I tog-kept secrets of Judea's f;i • % %  last ten for freedom %  i Inde %  in e (o thenchil I en wl continued the struggh— I JDC Programs Reviewed Continued from P*ge 13 F could make their waj to another (niintry. All in all. I was with the JDC about 23 peers. In 1987, l was awarded the French Legion of Hon r for service to refugees, and at that time, an article was written about my work with JDC. Among other things, the article reported that up to that year, 1837 some tSftOOff.OOO in relict funds paased through nay hands. They were gratifying years if i shared the igonj ol their hours of need, I a'. • shared their y > In the rebuild .. .,> s followed, if the "Joint" has became ai ttegral part of Jewish life in t>ir>i>e then it was ikie in Ian. • •• MMI •• bo the dedication and del ttlon of the workers who iMtmjjtll the JDC paagMM to life, to the Fewi of America who by their gif" I to the United Jewish Appeal in ide it possible, and to the Jev •%  ada. Knutand and other % %  ir.:nes win> have mpported it • ing work over Frre dee HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS A & B VENETIAN J. J. Brown BUND CO. of VENETIAN BLINDS and SHADES MADDUX & COMPANY 1983 S.W. 8th St. Miami Real Estate • Sa'es & S :e FR 3-8039 INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL-FRANCHISE MOTELS Mr. Scott, Ovner INGRAHAM BLDG. Ph. 377-0991 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS FROM M. Mil 1 1 IS LORY'S FASHION SHOPS & SO.VS. IXC. Dresses • Lingerie Corner N.W. 1st AVE. Sportswear Beachwea* Accessories AT 21st ST. Phone 379*3450 Stores Throughout Greater Miami, Hollywood, Fort laoderdale and Pompano Beech or 379-1022 end Fort Pierce Best Wishes for A NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS TO ALL Prosperous New Year FROM JACK SHAFFER s.\u> BILL • JACK • HERMAN ADVERTISING SPORTSWEAR and MORRIS TYPOGRAPHERS, INC. MANUFACTURER IALER PRODUCE COMPANY. INC. 626 N.W. 6th AVENUE LADIES SPORTSWEAR Miami 375 N.W. 23rd STREET 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue FR 3-7341 Ph. 379-4612 Phaa* FR 4-4174 NEW YEAR'S HOLIDAY GREETINGS WISHES TO ALL FROM HAPPY NEW YE.. 7 MASTER'S INTERIORS IMPERIAL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Fit 1 IT JOSEPH MASTERS FORMALS A SPECIALTY F \ | 5773 S.W. 8th STREET 16990 N.E. 19th AVENUE 1654 COLLINS AVS. Miami Across from N. Miami Beach City Hall FRED AARONSON MO 7-8979 Wl 7-7183 Ell OUAIN



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p. Pace 8! + lewis* FkrHtor Friday. Septerr.^r 24 1955 F'om o. -3~nily To yo-' *3~:'y HAPPY NEW YE^? CARL WEINKLE JULIAN WEINKLE BANK OF DADE COUXTY •CPWT 163RD STREET SHOPPING CENTER -311 DAY GREETINGS ROM "CHUCK" KING DADE PHOTO ENGRAVERS, Inc. 122 N.E. 6th Street, Miami, Florida Ph. 371-S798 H4W NEW YEAR AND BEST WISHES TO ALL FLORIDA SILICA SAND COMPANY, INC. OXford 1-5881 JEBBVS si \SET I.MN ISLAMORADA FLORIDA FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 238-5411 WAKII ROOFIM*. I.M ROOFING %  RBrOOfJNG 5E=A RS ALL TYPES ROOFS 14001 N.W. 20th Court Ope-locka Ph. 6*1-7439 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 1204 Washington Avenue Miami Beach. Fla. MOVING • STORAGE mi MRS. NATHAN H. SPIEGELMAN end Children. Bob Mai. Fred. Guy, Shirley Ga>l. Steven Mark. Gary Alien, and Ronnie Wish All Their Relatives and Friends a Happy New Year HAJ>rY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS A. B.C. SEWING CENTER, INC SAKS servKi KPAWS 12910 NW 7th AVE North Miami Phono 885-1564 THE BEST FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY MR. AND MRS LEO EISENSTEIN Florida Anti Defamation League i L By JUDGE WILLIAM L PALLOT. Ch..rmn Florida Re** 0 1 OHiea Anti-Doramation L*u %  > r B ,w B IGOTRY hiri:>ed its ugly head on man> fr during this past year AJ %  re%e* the imped an the Imfflril scene of radical nght activ I panicuku the Pm id tnritl campaign jr. realize k ut MOM foltj Pieces of rut. erature >ere jted throughout the n^de a Latl part -r.ed. IT. w hu + wtl Uon : B*naj B nth has given leadersh.: tio| •• %  ••rature The effect puMiratim of the hook "Danger on the K Beniarrir. Epstein and Arnold Forster rece much publicity and the man\ I (ran the book pointed up the real thrr democratic concepts represented by adherent! %  : such rad:cal idea? The lunatic fringe in the hate movement aai •-ated some ultra-consen ati\e (roupi The pnme manner of counteracting such forces is %  • educational processes and focusing the light of truth on these movements. This, the fact-fiadiag facility of AJ>L has concentrated upon, and effect ive counteraction has been taken. Rosourco Aoencv In carrying on its educational function., the AndDefamation League has been fortunate in being looked upon by the I" S Office of Education as a resource agency for carrying on summer vorkshops in various universities throughout the state These institutes bring together the facullie* of various colleges and high schools of the state for the purpose of understanding some of the intricacies of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and to review the whole human relations field Our aff has been called upon, as expert* to grve leadership to the-e institutes Gertrude Soar, our national education direct or attended one ch institute at the Universit> f Miami Here, in a several-day workshop, she at dressed l.Ous educators, exposing them to the ma tenais and philosophy of the AntiDefamati.tn League WILLIAM L. PALLOT Civil rights institutes were held it ?• sity of Miami, the 1'iuversity of P State University. Stetson I'ruversit;. .-. Cookman. along itta other colleges '.*•_ tate During Uus yeax. there have be> r.-.ndrwh of requests from various schoois uUoei and churches for the use of our educanatcrlals. from the largest cities m rh* state smallest hamsets We have also p.*r marry radio and telesissue prograclosely with the various media in bnngii nr be Uefs to the pubuc Leedorehie in Pietd In the fieid of human relation? u been catted upon, not only by the BBJvi rsttiei tori colleges and high sehoot*. hut aL* schools for nurses, pobce agencies ar. : look to the Anti-DefameBMi League tor rsbip 1a thi. field. Dunns the past year, the dascr.:: of the Breekers Hotel at Palm Br-< Continued on Paoo 111 To All Best wishes & Gr eetings NELSONS PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION "P HUM ACT 1$ OUt PPOf f SirON" DELIVERY SERVICE C. 0. NELSON lOt NELS0M Red Sunset Building SOUTH MIAMI Ph MO 6-4425 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL VIC POTAMKIN CHEVROLET 540 Alton Road — Miami Beach Phone JE 1-5361 *• '. : POT AMI N -,iPOTAV With 3est Wishes Fo: A Happy Holiday Season Collins Glass and Mirror Co. 1008 • 5th STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone IE 1-7697 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS PALM AUTO PARTS RETAIL AUTO PARTS (NEW LOCATION) 413 PALM AVENUE HIALEAH Ph. 887-6351 GREETINGS CLA1TMO PIRI: SKRVKI; Pure Oil Quality Products "Service With a Smile •200 SW S*h STREET Ph. 221-9739 TO ALL GrIEETINGS SEA VIEW CLEANERS AND TAILORS EXPERT Ladies' & Men's Alterations 262 95th Street UN 5-9623 HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM EDDIE FiSHBEIN ALEXANDER & ALEXANDER. INC INSURANCE 51 S.W. LEJEUNE ROAD •* HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THE JEWISH COMMUNITY WM. LEHMAN USED CARS South Lot — 6310 So. Dixie H'Way Central Lot 7131 N.W. 7th AVE North Lot 770 N.E. 167th STREET



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So--mber 24, 1965 JpHlstfkricftory Page 11-H ore method of working wi* dig Hope to Serve ,„„ iuo examples of the knvi> <: 1, bj ,mr hope that any Jwiaii llr ,ty who If in need of our pro. can call on us and receive tinhelp, or il may LaJu lihe form of a referral to the proper agency and this too ian important ser \ ice On behalf of the Board of Directors of JFCS, and of itstaff, headed by Leon D. Fisher, executive director, I am happy to have this opportunit) to wish each of you a very happy, health) New Year %  rospeets for Progress at Cedars Continued from P*?e 7 "H in Surgery, Obstetrics and inExchange Project ****** Ume in this part Of UM MM .< nancje projw t with mi %  u/esl Inil ed a oo-t graduate seminal I at the Bay Roc Hotel on "Cur >l Medicine,' with run.' Cedars doc faculty. our hospital administi iic-al men. "Because of o • ii common problems, we welcome r.h tlu' medical profession in y, |fa to niakiavailable special I ih h may now be a\ ailable hen tn offer consultation and exchange ol medical information Cc Cer of cooperation, maj soon bring ibliahmenl oi a specialist surgical clinic in Montego Bay; Jamaica. our Board ol Trustees is now considering prolich mark a foi ward step in patient and intei nal administration for the yi ar i \ definite teaching project will be an Institute • ir N'urses which will provide post graduate education for thi graduate i • %  similar %  ams The si pe and fun tion oi the Patient Relations Counselor is being enlarged, pi on with the surgeon and the family ol the patient, to provide non-medical information and be %  general help to the familj


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September 24. 1965 Jenlsti fhrHi.tr Page 9-H ,,,,, ,,„,,,. to teen-age. young adults and citizens program, so important to | the f it l Ik ,,,,,• people here in Miami. Vital Services fam ilj and Children's Service suegroup treatment borne tor emo ,,.,; stera daring the year, and important program, This agency, considerable recognition for its ntinue to provide vitaMy-neede I i ounseling, hooiemaker assist nilics and to the aged In ad li I ograin, which was launched %  tinued so that couples reeking A ill a g %  i" 1 "We to do so es nf JFCS. Vocational Service wiH expand mentally and physically handiSheltered Work Shop. Through eonby Federation and throuejb prants n ,!„• Federal Government and other important ivi!l help the handicapped and the I trail for useful employment in the general munity. In addition. Jewish Voca Service provides vocational guidance counMi A II -sand Mrs. Paul Sperber and Family Jcva "\Jikaeevu -S%  f ness iai student* and teen-agers, and counselin the choice of an educational career. In the L Year too, the JVS hopes to expand its proLns (or elderly residents both at the Jewish [me for the Aged and in the local community. Outstanding Vduntaer Work be Ji wish Home for the Aged, which is now enfull capacity in the Ablin Pavillion, will Ni K Year with a record number of resist;. The intensive medical and nursing care for aged that has always been associated lewish Home for the Aged can now be iy 220 residents. With the Federal Govnment passing its program of medical care for the role of JHA as a communal institution n added importance and provide meanpful services to many more in our community, addition, the Home will extend its rehabilitation t" a large number of incapacitated Bple who will now be able to receive increased nd rehabilitation. Mount Sinai Hospital, expansion of programs • Patient Department and of free service be made possible by continued alloca"iir Combined Jewish Appeal. In the JA and Mount Sinai will again be able those who cannot afford private medical Just prior to groundbreaking ceremonies for the newest facilities at iut. binai Hospital on Dec. 6 are (left to ricjht) Leonaic L. Abess, president of Mt. Sinai; Anthony I. Celebrezze, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Washington. D.C.. guest speaker; and then Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard. Mt. Sinai Hospital is an affiliate of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. care that they will have the finest facilities anJ treatment available at this hospital at little or no fees, depending upon their ability to pay. One of the important programs that will continue its record for outstanding service to the general community is that of the National Council of Jewish Women. The Council, which performs outstanding volunteer work, will again receive al locations from the Federation to further its important ongoing program in the fields of immigration services and service to the foreign-born. There will be many high spots in the New Year. Once again, we will be privileged to present to the community the Contemporary Jewish Affairs Lectureship. Endowed by Sam Blank Family Foundation, the lectures by Dr. Salo Baron and by Dr. Abram L. Sachar were memorable highlights of the last two years. Federation and its agencies also plan to develop additional programs. Through the cooperative efforts of several of our agencies joining together to cross individual agency lines, we can look forward to increased service to the community in %  s -sContinued on Page 13-H s Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spieqelman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Spiegelman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Spieyelman, Fred and Guy Gersten grandchildren Stephen, Gary and Ronnie AH II is New 1 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka and Family wish their retain es and friends A Happy and Prosperous Neu Tear Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan and Family: Adinah and Carmi, Mrs. Sarah Bianco and sons Nathan and Dany, Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel M. Stadlan and sons Doron, Carmi and Noam of 1838 Bay Road u'l.sh then reluru es und fnends A Happv and Prosperous \ew 1 ear Mr. and Mrs. Henry King Stanford lirifh their friend* A Huppv and Prosperous .\eu' Tear Syd Stanley and his children Dennis, Douglas, Joan, Nancy and Kenny Wish their relatives and friends A Huppv and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sttin and sons Larry, Mark and Steven u'ish their relatives u>-..: friends A Hupps ••"" Prosperous .\eu' Tear Mr. and Mrs. Abe H. Steinberg unsh their relatives and friends A Huppy and Prosperous New 1 ear Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Steinberg and children Jill, Robert and Shari ush their friends A Huppv and Prosperous New "!<-' Mr. and Mrs. Wally Steinberg and Family u ish their retain i • and ; riends A Hupps and J' New Tear Mr. Manuel Sussman and Family .. %  %  • %  i and P i i. V %  1 "'• Mr. and Mrs. Max Sussman and son nd J IP V i "I • •" Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sussman and daughters Bryna, Anne and Marcia datives and fru All..' IP V %  "• rur -• Mr. and Mrs. Max Swart* and Family u-isl then relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Ne:Year Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin and Family unsh their relatives and friend) A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Syrop and Family uih their relumes and friends A Happv and Prosperous New Tear -TMr. and Mrs. Gerald Tain** and children Lauren and Lance Wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tanner* and Family uih their relatives and fru mis A Huppv and ProspereUS \eu tear Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spector •nd Family u'ish their relatives and friends A Hupps und Prosperous New Tear Mr. Leo T. Steinman and Family i.,.'. thei and friends A ll..r • and !' %  ip< MIS Neu 1 eai Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin and Family ii :%  %  • I ends A Hupps .. : Hew 1 eai Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern and Family A IIMr. and Mrs. Leonard Stern and children Eugene and Roger „ ind fru nds A Hupps : is New Tea Sol and Ray Sternlieb and children Howard, Lee, Alan and Joy %  \ Mr and Mrs. Walter Stewart and Family al A Ha x Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone and Family %  A Ha New Teai Sara and Philip Straus unsh their fnends A Happy and Prosperous Net1 %  •' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strom and Family unsh their relatives and friends :\ Happy and Prosperous New Teat Mr. and Mrs. George Sugermen and Family Wish their relatives and friends A Hafp\ und Prosperous New ~i ear Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Summers and children Vickie and Leslie u\*h their relatives und friends A Happs and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Harry Suskin and Family II ish their relatives and friends A Happy und Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Sussman and Family Wish their relatives und friends A Huppv und Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tavss and Family u'ish their relatives and friends A Huppv und Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin and Family ih their relatives und friends A Huppv und Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendlef and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich and Family „ ; ,. d friei ds A Happy and Prosper UJ \ i tear Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tobin and children Andrew, Lorraine and Edward „ ,,. • Kivej and frien Is A M..• P N< I ear Mr. and Mrs. Ben Toursh and Family • %  ; A II' %  %  v Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tucker and Family wish ll '' A H ; N r Mrs. Faye Tupler and Family nisi friend.' A .'! a %  P %  V 1 <•" Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Turner and daughter Linda of 10011 S.W. 14th Terrace I fnen Is A Ha N Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell and children Mark Philip and Cheryl Sue u ish their relatu es and frii i A Happy and Prosperous S-uDr. and Mrs. Harold Ungr and Wendy, Steve, Arthur and Nancy II ish their relatives and fnev. iA Happv and Prosperous \eu Year i % %  -VMr. end Mr*. Harry Vatkowita and Family Wish their relatrurs and friends A Happy and PmsperoMs New Tear Mr. and Mrs. MarOact Vendeland and Farniry i, ish their relative* and friends A Hatiriv and Prosperous Neu Tear Dr. and Mrs. Altraa* Vieneand Family u-ish thor relatives and frien Is A Happv and Prosperous Neu Tear



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Friday. September 24. 1965 *Jewistl fhridHtr Page 9-B TEMPLE Beth Am held %  dance • in tha Social Hall which pre .!..l the Temple's midnight Sel• service last weekend Rabbi i i \i Baumgard offui.it. d • an original candlelight service \t the restiviUea prior to the t, were the Alan RenjamirSJu* wore a black and white hatiste shift in an unusual n*II knit cocktail ensemble 4ie brought back from IsUao in knit was Mrs Mar llochman. featuring bla-.-k. • il and silver lame in a design with an abstract mo• i"vm into the renter of each cfc Mrs Kalph l^'Mlnir wrai in with the overblows*fe.i i round collarless neckline flaring A line skirt. iy|RS Jerome Robinson was in .'ni'. i. tic • olored --iIk and |{er fitted bodice w.is m and had .. huh neck iru i lei length sleeves HIT sku • as in the silk Muted %  : reen w< %  • the pre rotors in the linen print • • --uit worn by MrMilton i Her hip-length I.. • n the ChanelsYESaxi Hoi pink in n i •• Mi i Mi %  • Her neckline was huh %  t and di| pe I to .i V in I her -kirt had the i ess ol nil ton I Bth w ill: -•.' ighetti sti %  .,; s nraa Arthur Itaui hwci ::w \ bow \s ;t fi trailing sti iu shoulder Mrs M 1 inskj emerald green knit ensemble was banded in Mack Black lace tear-drops edged the oyerblouse ol the black silk two. piece dre-. winch Mrs Sig Groat w i ire luiRs Stuart Rothchiid selected %  black and white Her sleeveshi ath had a modified pais• and her black dn coal I with jet d slits to I Raw si] ens was bj Mrs. Marvin Wiener it In ith silhouette, i neckline ai I • V red itin death > was worn by M M irt> Hai rison. A twi p eee b lack and white : •* %  •the choic Mi • \! an Kessler It was sleeveless and bande I al the ai i holes and neckhn %  in black Mrs Don Ca lin's n knit had a modi fied shawl neckline which cowled in the front, and ., bloc in bo lice Mrs Martin Lii blingi black linen shantung followed the A line silhi uette Bnd had the popular bateau neckline. A floral print of black and brown em white silk was worn by Mrs Bernard Tarsi lieMrs Byron Cherkas' black silk crepe featured a flared Aline skirt Hebrew High Offers Courses < entral Hebrew Huh School of the Bureau of Jewish Education opened this week with an enroll ment of 118 students who have completed the equivalent "i six years of Jewish education in afternoon schools students now attending represent congregations throughout the entire community Phe Hebrew High School meets two afternoons weekly and offers advanced studies for the qualified huh school l~ %  irl as pre %  lewisl li adi rship School offerj course in Hebrew as a living language, in conversation and literature; Bible in its original Hebrew, and its application to Jewish life today; Jewish literature from the Mishni, Talmud, and modern writings; Jewish philosophy, news and life the world over. Interested students are prepared to take the college board examinations for university entrance. Se\i : '"-> an being llstltllteil tillentitled. rrah i%  • [ Ihi i '. s ai %  the Humash mill o W10I1 yoi< .i// .i v rtoppif, and suggest you order your Holiday I ( 1105 Early 'fteu // mean even mere fro in HAPPY HC P/TRONS AN! AND THE ENTIRE STAFF OF All THE J. BALDI BEAUTY SALONS A SONS CM (TINGS 10 Alt KAIJN S BAKERY Ask for "MINTS HOMMADl DA/WT/fS" in every itoro AIo F 0M y Cookie. Call And We Will Oeliv. 1094 S.W. 27h AVENUE r-zz: Ph. HI 8-9124 HAPPY NEW YKAR VINCENT & ANTHONY BEAUTY SALON 6981 CORAL WAY ph 226-6*62 *i Sttt* Exotic (Oarftrns ni Beach 532-3361 Miami 635-1516 Coral Gables 665 5423 I Ft Latderdale 371-7398 Hollywood 945-7051 | MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT BOB NOYACft ORCHESTRAS INSURE THf SUCCtSS Of WFDDIfVGS • BAR .V/TZVAHS AND All SOCIAL fUNCTIONS Orchestras-Trios-Accordionists UN 6-5434 LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RIPAIRING Serving Dnrle County Over 25 Years I 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6 9904| DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 ATTENTION. Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Itemi T* Deductible" CALL 696-2101 GIs to Mark High Holy Days Jew ; •. eir dependents stationed at ll< id Air Force Base will pa lii pate in Rosh Ha"ii the evenings f Sept 26 through 28, through ar i\ the Jewi.4i Welfare Board Greater Miami Committi e Temple Emanu El, Temple Beth Shirarh. Beth David, Temple Beth \m and the Homestead Jewish Center will host :,h ser\i.einen and families fur the High Il"!i lays hospitality will be pnw i led ly the local JWB Armed Services Committee, chaired b) Mrs Louis Glasser Program chairman is Leo stein man. national commissioner, Citizenship and Veteran's Services for B'nai B'nth; Ainsle K. Fertile, past e commander, Jewish War Vet. tlj serving as budget chaii man. i ha plain for the Homestead Air Force Base is Rabbi Morris Skop, v, hn will conduct services ;t Tern; le Beth Shiran. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Chaplain at the Veteran's li ital, will plan services for the patients Temple Sinai School On Sunday morning. Temple Sinai's Religious School held its opening session al John F, Ken nedy Junior High School, 1075 NK 167th St. The educational program, under the direction of Rabbi Daniel Lowy and Irving Jacobson. Li> (hide11 grades der Individual topics. Another program in Hebrew language uses as text material, the new "Gesher Library Series of Modern Literature" in Hebrew, published by the Jewish Agency for Israel The (' %  ••sher booklets are geared to the level of high school and college students. The Hebrew High School this year will hold classes at branches h> Id ;it Temple Kmanii Kl. 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Way September 24, 1965 'Jmlsti fhridlfori Page 13-1 Nt tt york for th* part-time or full-time employ en | of older Jewish workers. This program will L started in the fail of 1965 in conjunction with G ,., n Aye groups of the YM and YWHA of .,.,,, Miami The boards of both agencies have Llreadj a (reed to this joint project. Meetings are L e to be held with the representative of the Goldt lips in order to implement this program. I -his fall. JVS will inaugurate, on a pilot ,,,, a program with the Workmen's Compensation Division of the Florida Industrial Commission u ,ili /t the facilities of our Rehabilitation Workshop in determining the work potential of persons iho have bun injured in industrial accidents For me time, we have been negotiating with ihv National AsgocuUuu of Sheltered Workshops n Aiut.li the agency hoUUuMttanizational memershipl and the Bureau of Hearings and Appeals U thi Social Security Administration around the [. %  %  : our workshop in cases involving Ii-ability benefits under Social Scuritey Tlie Miami JVS baa been one of six agencies selected in the nation to participate in this project. The Inauguration of the program depends upon an appropriation from the United States Congress which has not been forthcoming as of this date Should the appropriation come through, we will start on this program some time this year. Tiie Social Security Administration has already approved our participation in this project. JVS hopes to become involved in the Neighborhood Youth Corps program under the Poverty Act through the utilization of our services in guidance, testing, selection and screening of youngsters who would then be placed on jobs in community agencies By far one of JVSs greatest concerns is the facj that our present quarters are less than adequate to house our present program. Several of the programs described here will come into being this coming year Our Board has been looking for land and-cr buildings to house all our operations. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 9620 THE u 'ILLIAMSB1 'It'iH SAVINOS HANK. I'Luii nil. \ CLENNON '' %  LAWSoN, .-t ox. ,-t al I '. -1. -11.1. i r 11 Ti I %  'it nnon %  ; La* son and C ''• Law -"ii. Iii ire. Resldi • %  • Unknown and if remarried, iht-ir unknown spouses, II living, and i( dead, theli unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, assignees, llenors, trustees, creditors or other claimants claiming >>N. through, under or against any of the above named defendants who in • dei eased and Arlyn L. Moors and TTevs Jean Carder, '-'i>5 Matthews Avenue, Redondo Beech, California. Vou are hereby notified thai the above captloned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit Court "f the Eleventh Judicial Clri uii of Florida in and for Dad< CoutvLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l HEREBY fJIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage i ..--.Miii. r the • tltluus n miWEST KENDALL PARK •' %  -1 i *ount). Flo Inten Is to egistei %  i imi iili the Clerk ol the Cir i '..in t of 1 >ade "ounts. Fli rlda EVAN l LSTER, TT 3748 W Flag lei Str< el 1,24 10/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1.HEREBY GIVEN th .' the undersigned, desiring t.. engage business under the f ctll lous nami KENDALL WEST it Dade County, Kla Intends to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit i of l lade l 'ountj. Iiorlda. EVAN oLSTKR. Trustee ;(74S w Flagler Bin i 9 .1. I NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE 1;HEREBY OIVEN that tv to foreclose • mortgage, Ml"' thVJ hi undersigned, ile* following tuEriM '.:,! -.,,.Crt>'" ne under the fictitious name ol Lot I Block PALM ESTATES ... MUSIC PHOTUT\l'. u. -cording I., the Plat thereof, relM Baj Drive Miami Beach I corded In Plal Book :.< at Pag< i tends to ret t4 i name with he From an Auxiliary Point of A iew Continued from Page 1-1 spita] Au\ .:. is service to path I •r in lirectl) and n • pai ti< %  • I • i repot t tl M rodiM e i m inj fii e expansions Included in th a s an enlargement II aide program, which now has 102 • %  • -• %  women go thro u g h an exti i ..i se under the able supen Lsi • livi \ i> iij try life, as exemplified al Mount Si 1 has ilways had three go ils in-ser spital volunteer participation, fund-raising, publk relations The patterns set bj past of. and members were followed with pride dus last year A total ol 462 in-service volunteers served 53,613 hours, ample funds were raised for our School of Practical Nursing project through ur Gift Shop and Snack Bar. the HAMS I Babies Alumni of Mount Sinai provided needed additional equipment for the Nursery; and surely our impresHVC membership of over 2.000 illustrates the fact that a climate of good public relations has continued Ms ..f the Public Records of Had* Count) Florida, together with PrigIdalre Refrigerator Model BS-86, Si rial So '••'• \ .74707, Welblll rias Range Model M860. Serial So S8417H2 find Venetian Blinds, Vou are required to fll< a resiiongive pleading '" plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk "f the aforesaid Court, mil -ii• .1 1 opj thereol • plainittorne) MARTIS PISE I Rulldlns Mian I P|I>I I than OiM >hi r 1 .. ... pro %  .-,.. w||] enti ed %  imii I.ATPTl %  K II IEATHERMAX • i %  %  KIN' I %  1 •: Jewish Radio Can Be Heard i\ THE COUNTY JL DC E'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63--3-B IN" I! MiiRltis • %  ;:• nix NOTICE TO CREO TORS Hav1 >i m.i u-lAgain*! Said • Vou ari iiuin d to 1 %  %  !• %  11 > T ,1 .-. %  • % % %  IRRIS "RCHIS %  !• %  ,,~.-,i lati if Dnde I i Ida Judge* %  ade County, and file the same In rtupllcati i << %  %  pro\ Ided in Section : ': %  8 PI Statutes in their o'l "nunt\ Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within -iv ilenda nths from the time • >r the fh t tiubl il > hereof or the same will lhaired Dated at Miami, Florida, thl il.i\ of Septembei \ I' l"S." PREP \ DAVIDORF VBxei itris I %  • publication %  this notl the iTtli day of September, I %  IIARol.li I O" HEN Attorne) for Exei utrlx !• 7• % %  1 l'.-al U v \! ,r I-"' 1 17-24, 10 1 DAILY IN MIAMI WEDR-FM, • it 7 1 ENJOY ALL WEDR PROGRAMS: MIAMI'S JEWISH SCENE JAY BUSHINSKY 1 to 1:30 P.M., Monday-Friday, NEWS, VIEWS & INTERVIEWS MUSIC 1:30 to 2 P.M. JACOB SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM 2 to 3 PM., MONDAY-FRIDAY; 3:15-4 P.M. SUNDAYS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, SUNDAYS 12 Noon THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER SUNDAYS 12:30 P.M. AGENDA FOR ACTION (AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS) SUNDAY 1 P.M. JEWISH WORLD, NEWS AND INTERVIEWS BY JAY BUSHINSKY, SUNDAYS 1:30 P.M. WEDR-FM, MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C-9043 IN RK: Change of S ime ti IT RKSEE SANDS, I mln and ihroniili her parents and guardians, EARSEST R \N';i: an I VALENCIA R VNOE CHANGE OF NAME PUBLICATION SOTICE iherebj given thai the undersigned petitioner Jo) Renee Sands, a minor, bj and thrniith h'r parents, Earm Etai •• ind Valencia italicliis wife, whose r.-i!. I13B N.M \v • Miami. Floi id I through their 11 HERM \N i-i IHES II ngi • -Rulldlng, Miami, M trlda ntends t< ap the Honorable Hal P Dekle, Judge of the Ele> em h Jud uit, in and foi Dadi County, at Inoffici Ii the Count> C iurt House .it 9 I v M ,,n the i-'li da> of < ictober, .,, -.,,.n thereafter ishe maj ba heard, for an ha nging Ii • r name from Joy Renee Sands !<• .'"i Renee Range bj which name she shall th< %  ifter i" 1 K' •' I 'at. I Septi n I EARNEST RANOE r I VALENCIA R.\N"5E IVtltl I :• 10-17-24 IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA No. 65 4006 FIDELITY EXi'HAN IE ,'. .RPOR \ TH >N a Florida nrporation, Plaintiff, \ .I'.Al'l. BRK 'ES | %  I GLORIA \, I his wife, 1 1. fend AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl >V RAl'L BRICEN' and GLORIA RRICENO Vvenidn Vargas Mo ls-ii:, EMU %  run.i Ita Imi nto, KdoLara, \ i nesui la S.A r VKE NOTICR thai a -uit "ii indebtedness has been filed againsl you bj FIDELITY EXCHANi ; K ''( RI1 IR VTH S, a Floi Ida corporation claiming the sum ol led IMII of atl u ii i i has beei I ind exe on the follow ertj |.,,i 4, HI I, ., MIAMI SHORES HAY PARK ESTATES Plal Book Page 1 %  • n the Pu blii R, le Counts, Fli Ida, \ nn hei ehj i to file inswer with the Clerk of the above 'oui t and en. a • up) thi reof HI HERMAN COHEN >l grei BuildinR Mil' default ill i J F McCRA %  v ROIK1 ERS 3 ( 'leu k of the i 'ir uit I UIT I • i 'ount). F1 irida MARCELI.A S COHEN Sole nwi MARX FABER 1012 Ainsle) B 1 %  .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL ClRCU T : r FLORIDA IN AND ^OR D A 3 £ COUNTY IN CHANCrRV No 65C8885 THE WILLIAMS A\ BAN K .. ISA A I %  • %  %  V i' I You an i ha %  Florida In an % %  1"| o X oX K I %  1 ..I I •., %  Vou aroii |ila ntifl ttorne) M VRTIN I ,1-al Miami I LK-tohei ,i, ., •. Pi c mfi -• will bi ugainst you, DATED Sepl 16. !'•• %  E B LEATHERMVN i "lerk of the %  "ircuit Com t I seal I B) i' I. ALEXAND I •,|. MARTIN FIXE I • ide Fedei a Mian : F orida 1,24. I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA IN PROBATE No. 66771-C IN RE Esl Hi .1 IRVING BEROER Deceased NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT You are hei• %  !' %  that a written in.-' uiiuiit purporting to !>• lasl will and testament ol is I di deni iiabeen admitted to probate in -aid Court "i hei •'!> com manded within nil i endar months %  f the j of t h Is i v cause. II the .i f said C idmittinx said Will 1 • unri v iked 11 Ei IRI !E T 'LA < Count) Judge ..... I: \ KI'tJENE I W I -Atto, ne) %  R Mlai leach f %  : lUbl Itirtl the 17th la 1/17-24 : : i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JLOlC.AL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAO£ COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3922 PAI Ltn ETK.S tiff. \ S IRMA .-/.. U51 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ., w t o Georg in,,S Blacksburs V Yin ARE HER1 Bt M r FIED I i suit for is "n file 1 .if.iin-t you v ..|.\ \ i' .. i,i .' ALCOI >M H FRIEDM \N. Esqull -'I E IIrst ind the filed In this I he 18th 'i %  %  of %  %  "• %  other win, %  Decree Pro Confi—i "ill be entered against l > \ TKI • thti September, ... %  : B I EATHERMAN 'lerk, Circuit %  'oui' ftude County, l (seal) N A HEWETT Dei NOTICE .\JtR FICTITIOUS NAlME LAW .N..'" 'E IS i .• lit,uiidi-i -icio I I, Ms i Hi. I ••iri. lli;V CASKKY. :. : sftt/N \s J DAVID %  i %  J BjaMMMMMt



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I 3 PI Tr 91 S. Pag 12-A *Jelst ncrkiiar Friday. September 24, \\ Rosh Hashona Continued from Pag* t-A 1542-1544 Washington Ave.. is the new name of the former Eu Chaim Congregation, which will launch the Rosh Hashona observance Sunday 5 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Abraham Stfassfeld officiating Monday services are at 8 am. with the sermon, at 10 30 a.m.. scheduled as Birth of Young Israel Tashlch will be at 5 p.m with a procession leaving the synagogue Services on Tuesday, the second day of Rosh Hashona. will also be at 8 a.m. Se r m on U scheduled as "Sacrifice uf Isaac'" Evening services both (?a>a£e..at.„,30 p.m Officers of *_he newly-named congregation are T Weiner, president; Joshua S:egel. first vice president; Morris Salit. vice president and treasurer: d Seymour Zucker. secretary Rosh Hashona services at Temple 2mor, 44 Zamora. will begin uith weekend services Friday at r 15 p.m. and Saturday at 8 45 a.m. For the evening session. Rabbi Maxwell Berger has chosen as his topic. •The Measure of Success." During the morning observance it will be •Scriptural Reading." Rabbi Berger and Cantor Ben Dickon will officiate at Sunday evening services ushering in the High Hoiy Days at 6 p.m. Sermon will be an "Assemblys. Melodys. Why" Monday and Tuesday morning services are scheduled for 7:30 a.m. On the first day. Rabbi Berger will deliver a talk on Whither Mankind His subject on the second day will be "The Holy Congregation." Fndav evening services at Temple Adath YeshvrW. NBSfTB''Mrami Gardens Dr. are slated for 6 p.m. On Saturday during the 8:45 a.m. services. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Gary, on of Mr. and Mrs Sol Levine Sabbath sermon will be on •The Sacred Covenant." With Cantor Maurice Neu and the choir offering the musical portions of all services Rabbi Stone will launch the Rosh Hashona holiPswm^mMMi'wi :TOI SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION NITZAVIM Moses speaks to all Israel, men and women, from the woodman to the drawer of water "Ye are standing this day all of you before the Lord !" your God: your heads, your tribes, your elders, and your officers" do all the words of this law" (Deut 29.9-28). "1 call heaven and earth to witness against you this day. that I have set before thee life and death, the blessing and the curse; therefore choose life, that thou mayest live, thou and thy seed (Deut. 30.19). This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted end based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schleng. J lie lAJaldntan jf-antily j^ Extends Best Wishes £ for a Very Happy New Year THE WALDMAN HOTEL On the Ocean at 43rd Street HOLIDAY GREETINGS to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons MARY WILLIAMS SCHOOL 5995 West Flagler Street REGISTER NOW FOR FALL TERM ACCREDITED TEACHERS Nursery — Kindergarten — Grades 1 & 2 TRANSPORTATION FURNISHED Phone MO 6-3009 Phone HI 3-6357 day on Sunday at 6 p.m. His subject will be •Conservative Judaism." During first day services starting at 8 a.m. Monday, sermon topic will be "The Sacred Sound of the Shofar Schedule for the bal ance of the day includes teen ager's service at 10 a.m.; Junior Congregation at 11 a.m. and evening at 6 p.m Rabbi Stone's concluding sermon will be 'How We Stand." During 8 am. services on Tuesday, he will speak on "A Day cf Remembrance Young Israel of Greater Miami 990 \E 171st St, has slated Friday evening services for 6:15 p.m. On Saturday morning during service* to begin at 9 a.m.. Rabbi Sherwin Staubers theme will be "Prelude to the New Year" Oneg Shabbat Iat 3 30 p.m. will be followed by XJmcha at 6.15 p.m. High Hoey Days will be ushered in on Sunday at 5:45 p.m., with Rabbi Stauber .conducting Rush Hashona services on Monday and Tuesday at 8 am. Rabbi Samuel April will conduct weekend services at Temple Or Olom, 8755 SW 16th St., as well 81 j the High Holy Day observance with Cantor Nico Feldman offering the musical portion of the services Morning schedule on Monday and Tuesday is slated for 8 | a.m. Rabbi April's sermon the first day will be on "Today — IJfe for You as a Jew." Topic the second day is on the subject %  T omorrow — The World and the Jew Weekend services at Temple Beth Tov 6438 SW 8th St.. will be conducted by new spiritual leader Rabbi Z. Glixman assisted by the choir under the leadership of Sophia K Lurie. Rosh Hashona services will begin on Sunday at 6 p.m. First and second day observance on Monday and Tuesday is slated for 8 a.m. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AIL 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 — JrFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NFWT0N A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS OF THE JEWISH FAITH SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM %  BERME BIKKOW GENERAL SALES MANAGER Sheehan Buick JWV Post Holds Joint Meeting West Miami Post and Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, was to hold i a joint social meeting on Thursday evening in the Cardinal Room of the YMHA 8500 SW 8th St. Program scheduled was to be "Put Your Best Voice Forward." by Southern Bell Telephone Co. Commander of the post is Arthur Rosen. President of the Auxiliary is Mrs. Joseph Achtman. MANUFACTURERS NATIONAL BANK OF HIALEAH, FLORIDA Will c-' R Murray Forman J V. ams Richard H Wis^eman. 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SEARLE I MORRIS INSURANCE, INC. 411 FORMS OP INSURANCf 113 ALMUIA AVIMJE CtRAl 0MLES Phon* 443 2553 TO ALL GREETINGS — AL and NAT ZALKA CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO., INC. "EGGS FRESHDAILY" 41 NW 10th STREET FR 9-0675 "W Cta to PartJao" NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT I COCKTAIL LOUNGE "PUNTY OF PARKING ROOM" 3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla. frafiaa Cuisine I Mua Air Caadrtt—Ml -260 Seating Capacity GREETINGS FROM 4000 NW. 30th Ave. Ph. 699-1551 Two Worlds in WilHamsburgh By MURRAY GUNNER Executiv. Director, Willi.msburg YM and YWHA O NE of the most dramatic changes which haw taken place 111 the neighborhood in nuM-e ,han half a century ha, been ,ts eJJ^ aS a stronghold of Hasidism. due to the mlli •• ultra-Orthodox Hasidim. survivors ol the HttWI madness in Europe. At first the iia.Md.m were hostile and reeentfid towards the other Jam in the art*. The} taunted them for not being Jewish enough. Tne> picketed atom owned bj Jew* who violated UM Sabbath. They were openl> hostile to the \ A Jewish Communit) Center la roppoeed to serve all .lews whatever their points of view Bui how do vou serve a group thai dot sept >•"' %  your ageaeg or y ur principles? Thai was the ques lion whieh confronted the YM and YWHA ol Willi a aaafc uif Summar Program The Y started serving the Hasi lim by sponsor ins: a summer camping program for strictl) obsen an) boys and by offering the use of the Y physn al education facilities on a selective basis With the help of our honorary president. Dr H Metmuth Sternberg, we were gradually able to interesl a major yeshiva in the Y*s program and gained access to some of the homes ol the Haaldim and to the PTAs of some of the yeshivas. The Y's services became more acceptable to them, and soon we were able to have an outdoor Hasidic Art Exhibit a la Greenwich Village, an art class with a Hasidic rehho as its instructor, an evening program for elementary school age Hasidic boys, special tutorins classes, a modern dance class for ultra-Orthodox ^irls, a Counselor-inTrain inff course for Hasidic teenage boys, a gym-wimand-exes-rise program for girls and women, a "Housewives' Holiday" for mothers looking for some form of relaxation, special nijhts for ultra Orthodox men and boy> who want to learn weihtlifting, boxing, swimming and basketball, and adult classes in English. Tiadmoncil JewiBh themee are ie.:tu:ea | the qrowinq number of permanent an co. lections on display at Jewsh Community Centers atlihated with the National Jewi*t Welfare Board. On exhibit at the Cleveland Jewish Community Center, the pua> winning photo above was taken at tas Tomb ol David in Israel and reflect quiet serenity of the subject. 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Friday. September 24, 1965 •JewlstirhrMton Page 7-H "^T^rformed at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and J2775X -Ray examinations completed by the X-Ray Department. %  Hhere were 28.395 patients admitted and 2.533 habies brought into the world. Among the unusual -nd heartwarming data which came to my alien,, 0 n was Ihe fact that a record-breaking infant MidiintS only M lbs first saw life here at Cedars and is now nine months old and doing well. New Equipment A total of 570,586 laboratory test* were conductor) 1,055 days of patient-care in the Constant Cardi.ic't'are Center, and 718 days in the Intensive Care Unit Just recently, I spoke with Miss Beverly Mantle our licensed isotope technician. She described the operation of the radio-isotope scanner which helps to diagnose brain tumors, kidney disorders, and thyroid problems and frequently confirm difficult diagnoses. Among other new equipment now in use at the hospital is the Re*-Putoe Guard, an electronic instrument which spontaneously and continuously measure* the pulse rate and respiration of the patient. .Another completely new piece of laboratory machinery is a Spectrophotometer, which gives the technician tif-saving information when he needs it. This viewer analyzes basic elements oc any men and identifies them by assigning special colon to each element. We have acquired other remarkable instruments which, although they tax the hospital's bud* .. must he made available for the patient, if .ind hen it is needed. Detector of Cancer Detection of cancer can DOW be determined in %  >t minutes with the use of an electrouw xittinu machine called IBM Precision Mi • 11. %  Crvostnt. • %  %  pas) year, Cedars opened its new In1 .ire 1 tut on the M\th floor The nine-bed :i reserved, iptstialkj lor patients who re* ntensive" medical and Mining attention. e, liwra is .1 1 e .1 in oi nursing personnel j trained tar concentrated work. The panever oul oi eye-range of the registered or even a moment. intensive care is now available for major -L-LMr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lear Wish their relatives and friend* A Happy and Proiperoui Hew Teat Audrey and Reuben D. Ledermen and children Jon Craig, Don Barry and Sue Caren teisli (heir relative! and friendi A Happ\ and Proiperoui N'm "Year Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee and Family with their relativei and friends A Happy and Prosperous \euTear Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt and Family U'llh their relatii e* a-:.I frirn.lv A Happs and Prosperous \m Tear Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman Wish their relutue.i and frien iA Happy and Proipfr.no \ Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow & 2100 S.W. 21st Avenue, Miami h then relativei and friend* A Happy and Prosperoui .\'n< Year Mrs. Mary Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kastan u"iin their relativei and friendi A Happ\ and Proipei mi Y u Tear Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kaye and Family %  I A Hupp; % %  id P oipi" %  %  X i< "i M> Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye and children Carole, Merc, Barry and Richard .: i rienaJ A Happ I Pros % %  ''" \< %  1 ear Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keiser Col. and Mrs. Morton Keieer • ..... and frienai A Happy .. ... Proiperoui Slew Tea Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kern and Family rhait rclaui u and fnendi .•\ Happ) and Proiperoui V" 1 MI Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball, Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Kimball :i: .u then relative! and fnenas A Happy and Proipe i V" Teai Cantor and Mrs. Ben Zion Kirschenbaum and children Jaclyn, JeHrey and Sheryl lanvei and fnendi .•\ Happy and Prosperoui \'< u Teai Mr. and Mrs. David Kovnat and children of 1034 Lenox Avenue h their r, lam i • and frienai A Happy and Proipi \ Mrs. Minna Krams and Family wish their relative! and friendi .•\ Happy and V \ 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krefeti and Family of 4735 Orduna Drive :, ish their retain ei and fnendi A Happs .oiii Proipi %  • \ M Teai Mr. and Mrs. Saul Krongold and Family u i./i their n ...: %  ti and | u ndi A Happy an I Pri iperi us Hew Teai Molly and Gus Kurland u'tih their n lam ei and fnendi A Happv an.I Prosperoui V 'U Tea Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner and Family %  relatii %  :.!* A Happy and P %  %  • Hi %  • Teai -LRev. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz and Family Utah then relative* and fnendi A Happy and Rrofpenoui Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katien and sons III their 'flfltlVfl and friCHdl A Happy and Prosperous Sew tear Mrs. Sidney Kat.if UOlhei her relative! and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kirsner and Family with their relative! and fnendi A Happy and Proiperoui Nfeu I Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kitman and Family of 1701 S.W. 84th Court wish their relativei end frienai A Happ) and Proipe w V %  • "1 "" Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Klein wish their relatti-ei and fnendi A Happy and Proiperoui New 1 • Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Klein and Family wish their relatives and friendi A Happ\ and Protperom \ Tear Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kline and children Sharon and Stephen U'uh their relatives and friends A Happs and Prosperous New Tear Mr. and Mrs. Martin Knobel and children Mark and David uiuh their relativei and frienai A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk end son Steven uiiih their relative! and frienai A Happy and Prosperoui New Tear Mr. and Mrs. George Linden end son Larry uiuh their relative! an, I friends A Happv an, I Proiperoui \'eu Tear Mr. end Mrs. Bernard A. Lipson and children Dr. Leslie Phillip Lipson, Gail and Steven Wolf of S828 Alton Road with their relative! and friends A Happy and Prosperi ;.\ii. Tear Cantor and Mrs. William W. Lipson and Family U'ish their relative! and friendi A Happy and ProipeToui \cu 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joeeph M. Lipton, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Lipton. Debbie Sue, Douglas Scott and Cheryl Key, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall S. Harris, Steven Matthew and Jennifer Lisa svish their relative! and friends A Ha,"r> and Proiperoui JNfeui Tei Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Delsie, Iris and Steven with their relativei and friendi A Happy and Proiperoui \Vn Tear Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lenowitz and Family wish their relativei a>ia friendi A Happ) and Proiperoui Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lepzelter and Family U'uh • %  '!' • and ndi A Happ) and Proiperoui \ u Teai Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Leslie, David, Rodney, John, Renee and Marc %  Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Labbie and Family utsh their relatii n and I ends A Happ> ..".I Proiperoui Hew fear Mr. and Mrs. Mo* Laner and children Sandra and Lester u'uh th< A Happ> and P N '• %  Mr. Isidore Langner and Family of 536-14th Street, Miami Beach M nh their relatii ei and I nendi .\ Happ> and Proiperoiu Htu 1 % % % %  Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Lanster and Family wish tlu-ir relarivee and fnendi A Hopps and Preeperoui Nfesv Tear Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Laver and Family unih their relatives and frienai A Haf-pv and Proiperoui Hew Tear Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear ii i\h their relativei anil friends A Happy and Prosperous Vie Tear A Ha v Mr. Edward H. Levin • : rids A Hup| I P '• ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin and Family :< :-ii their '< %  Is A Hap] P %  \ Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Levin and Family, Jane, Debbie, Adrienne and Albert u sh • %  :• ;• rteati • en I I i "•' %  A HappN and P Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin and Family u .ii their relatii ei and fnen Is A Happ) and Prospi %  %  • Heu Tea Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levin and sons Harvey and Alan u ish their relativei an,: .A M.. md Pi \ :, Yi Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Levine and sons Jerry and Randy U'ish their relativei and fnends A H^pp: and P -,< %  %  •Nfeu 1 Mr. and Mrs. Murray I. Levine, Jack, Jonathan, Felicia Beth and Jeffrey uiuh their relativei and fnenas A Hupp) and Prosperous .\.ii Tea Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant and children Howard and Debbie :, :.i their relative! and fnenai A Happ) and P ipi •• Heu fear Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewen and Family n ish their 'i lotu and i ndi %  \ Happ) an I P |>< N % % %  1 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lewis and children Patty, Beth and Susan u -• th • i ndi AH : w New "Yea Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lichtenstein and Family ndi A Happ) and P •osperous Nnr "1 Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieberman, Roslyn, Edward, Francesca and Peter, Joyce, Jerry, Michael and Elizabeth, Lynn and Robert, Irwin, Myron, Jeffrey and Allen wish then relatii •> and fnendi A Hupp? and Pros] i ui \.n Tear Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman and children Laura, Henry and Rosanna U'ish then 11 lain i. and friendi A Happv and Proiperoui \rie "> ta Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Ligeti and Family wish their >rlatiee.s and ffiendl A Hupp) .md Proiperoui Netv Teai Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Logoand Family ui*h their relativei and friendi A Happv and Prosperoui hfeti T Mr. and Mrs. Martin London and Family :, i.h their r,... lids A Happv and Prosperous \tn 1 M* i Mrs. Rose London A Ii\" md P is Hew t e. Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lowenberg and Family A H. P Heu Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lowenthal Ronald. Lowenthal, June, Alan, Shawn and Maria Olinick %  A Happ) I i S 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 •.' (iii* -\en Ti -MMr. and Mrs. James L. Mack and children Larry, Stephen and Diane • \ i Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky and Randy u-ish the ; A H..;\ \ I Mr. and Mrs. David Mank and Family | ,, %  1 Mr. and Mrs. George Manne i, ih •>.. %  : >' s A Happ\ and Prosperous \ u 1 Mr. and Mrs. Mac D. Marks and Family i, uh their i, lain %  i and A Hap %  IP Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Medow and sons wish then ti and fnei -o A Happ) and P N Mr. and Mrs. Herman Medow and Family of 1521 Michigan Avenue U'ish thi id • i A H.,pp a id P • %  •," V i' Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel. Lewis, Tobi, Steven, Rachel Ann, Beth Paula and Bill u'lih their relativei and frii A Happv and Proipi • \ u 1 iMr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer and children Norman and Richard Rosen Wish (heir relative! and fne> ,!A Happv and Prosperous \.i. 1 ^ Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer and Family u'luh their relative-, and friemls A Happv an.I PnMperottl Nri, 1



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1965 Ldcy. Septemb^J^ +JtWlst> ihrMInn Taq 5-A ftosh Hashona Services Continued from ..„ : NW L3rd i at 8.30 a.m. will tion of the Week."' Page 2-A St Saturday %  ad, ornii .,. B l>m with ,. |„:, Much or Not Cantor Jack r the liturKical milhoul the hoUdsy %  % %  rirs a nd second day scr. i for 7 30 a.m. and Richter'i talk <>n the wi |l be Man. The I'ortJunior Congregav ance I • •• da) rj .11 be held at 10 a.m. On We are Willing." High Holy Days will be ushered in on Sunday at 6 p.m. Title of Ilabbi Stern's Sermonette will be "A Sudden Change." Monday and Tueada) services for tlu' class of Kosh lla-hona are 8 am. Sermon the first day will he "Truth and Peace. Sermon the Second day. both to be delivered at 11 am. is "Silence and Sound.'' Shofar will be blown both days at 11:30 a.m. Mincha is at 5 p m followed by Maariv at 6:30 pm. R .bbi Isaac Ever will officiate at regular Friday services this weekend at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, 7801 Carlyle Ave.. Miami •rmon top-' Rea'cH." at fi i.V p'm §aturda) --rtfie sermon top Keacfl. at fi I.> p.m. M Cn ta of our People." vices will be at 8:45 a m with the wll be ushered in sermon scheduled ai Standing at .. at Temple Tifl.-eth Israel, 6500 No. Miami Ave |*nh Rabbi Henry H Wernk* of,r Friday evening %  :nthe advent of t ||, r> a y S ir ,. this weekend %  w i t h the sermon Distant Horizons." services will be I -. • IT la\ ni'Tinnc followed by a talk on first and in -., Week!) Portion of Rosh Hashona will B30 a.m., with evening serv,,. schi dull d Monday at 8 p.m. ih.first day will be enHorizons." Rabbi Wernick Iwill discuss "OpportunHi—, Inc • •, second da) Rabbi TNT H Stern will offici services of Jacob C. Cohen | Community Synagogue, 1532 Wash %  npton \\r. Miami Beach, on Frip.m Saturday services M-Ul b. .it 8 30 a.m., with Cantor V'igoda officiating. Sermon scheduled as "We arc Able — -.< :in M> p in with Mincha at 6 15. followed by Maariv. Rosh lla-hona will be ushered in oti Sunday at 6 15 p m Monday, first day of the Holy Days, servicea are at 8 am. with the sermon scheduled as "The Jewish Cry for Life." Mincha will IK' at 4 45 p.m.. followed by TashHch at 78th St and Tatum Waterway Dr. Procession will leave the synagogue at 5:15 pm. Maariv is at 6 30 pm Services on Tuesdayare also at 8 am with the Sermon entitled The Sounding of Freedom for all Humanity Cantor Meyer C.reenblatt will render the musical portions of the liturgy S.uhns services on both days of Rosh Hashona will be conducted by Rabbi Meshulam Cohen and William Cohen Temple Judee, 320 Palermo Ave Coral Cables, will hold regular Friday services at 8 15 pm. with Rabbi Morris Kipper officiating Mr and Mrs Louie Faston will discuss their rrwnt trip to Israel, with an Oneg Shabat following. Saturday services are at 11 am. Bar MitZVSh f Man Ira. s,,n of Mr and Mrs llenrv Gnimet, will take place Rosh Hashona will he ushered in Sunilax at 8 p.m.. with Rabbi Kipper to speak on "The Incredible Jew." First day of Holy Day services on Monday begins at 10 am Sermon will be "The An liquated Sabbath Children's set vices are scheduled for 2 30 p in Tueada) servicea, second da) oi Posh Hashona, will also bo at 10 a m With the sermon entitled •Proud At last, to be a Goldberfi Regular Sabbath services this weekend will be held at 8 30 a m at Oh*v Shalom Congregation, 911 Normandy Dr. Miami Beach. i'h Rabbi Phineas A Weberman offi dating Mincha will inat 6 15 p m Title of Rabbi Weberman'a mom ing sermon is The Fast Sabbath High Holy Day services will be held at Washington Federal Auditoriusn, 1133 Normandy Dr. Rosh | Hashona will be ushered in on Sun day at 6 p.m. Monday services are at 7 30 am, with the sermon the first day scheduled fur 10:30 a.m. as "Awake Ye That Slumber." Evening services arc at ti pm Second day <•! Rosh Hashona on Tuesday, also to l>e given at 10:30 a.m.. 'he sermon will be "The Broken Sound." Evening service is at 6 p.m. Cantor Samuel 11 Feiner renders the musical portionof the liturgy Friday evening services at Kneseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Eudid Ave Miami Beach, will be at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8 3" a.m.. with Rabbi David, I. eh r field discussing •TTiought of Rosh Hashona." The High Holy Days will be launched at services Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Monda) services are at 8 a.m. Sermon will be "To Hear the Shofar — Not to Blow It." Services the second day of Rosh Hashona. on Tuesday, will also begin at 8 a.m. Sermon is "The Ultimate Sacrifice Cantor Abraham Seif renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate at Friday evening services thiweekend at 6:15 p.m. No late services are scheduled for Temple Ner Tamid, 7!th St and Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach. Saturdaymorning services will be at 8:45 a nv. when William, son of Mr. and Mrs llyman Rottenberg is scheduled to become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Edward Klein renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Rosh Hashona will be inaugurated on Sunday, fi 15 p m. First day of the Holy Days, services begin at 8 a.m.. with Rabbi Labovitz scheduled to speak on "A New Year — A New Beginning." Tuesday. 8 a.m.. topic of the sermon will be "Time to Awaken to the Call of the She(far" Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at regular Sabbath services this weekend at Beth Kodesh Congregation, 1101 SW 12th Ave.. Miami. with Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. High Holy Day services will be ushered in Sunday at sunset. Rev. Alex Stahl will join Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Ben Ari ii. officiating. 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fndoy. September 24. 1965 -knistfk rid/ton Tag 9 5-H ftosh Hashona Services to Awaken to the Call of the She h< on both days under the iirecContmued from Pa 9 a 2-A I — ... \u 183rd SC Saturday sermon at 8 30 a.m. wdl Portion of .ho ML" ,. ;,.,!> Day service* will be Sunday at b p.m w.th the Kosh Hashona be TOO Much or Not on?' Cantor Jack || offer the liturgical mu%  ,ul the holiday observand second day serlated for 7:30 a.m. and Richter'i talk on the „ in be "Man, The Port, 5 iary Junior OongregsI ,|| be hold at 10 a.m. On rrtfi j the M'rmon top. Merita f <><"" People." ...ii.i will be inhered in L 8 p.m., at Ttmple Tif^ re th Israel, 6500 No Miami Ave Henry B Wernick of dar Friday evening reeding the advent of fc ., [)ays BR this weekend p in with the sermon Distant Horizons morning services will be followed by a talk on Ihi 'Weekly Portion.' First and of Roah Hashona will I 30 a.m., with evening servI,,. scheduled Monday at 8 p.m. • on the first dav will be ended 'Horiiona." Rabbi Wernick iill discuss "Opportunities. Inc." |'n second day Tibor H Stem will offici (ervicee of Jacob C. Cohan Community Synagogue, 1S32 Wash Inplon \\e. Miami Beach, on F"riI p.m Saturday services iil be at 8 30 am., with Cantor amuel Vigoda officiating. Sermon Mh.-duled as "We are Able — RENTALS: Efficiencies, Deluxe efficiencies. Bedroom, Deluxe bedroom (IH baths), Deluxe two bedrooms (2 baths) • C.nrral ait condltianlnf • El.vataf larvlce • Service arc*) — aih ft*** • Walk-In cla.aH • I Swimming a..li Htal.o • 12O0-I**! twdwik • Ya m Cut rW Brockwa 1100 West Ave • Miami Bead) On Bvou'ifui |iic< i • %  • I %  Phone 532-7815 We are Willing" High Holy Days will be ushered in on Sunday at 6 p.m. Title of Rabbi Stern's Sermon ette will be "A Sudden Change." Monday and Tuesda) services for the days of Ro^h Ila-hona are 8 a.m. Sermon the first day will he "Truth and Peace.'' Sermon the BOCOnd day, loth tO he delivered at 11 a in i."Silence and Sound.'" Shofar will be blown both days at 11:30 am Minrha is at 5 p m followed by Maariv at 6:30 p m. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate at regular Friday services this weekend at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, 7801 Carlyle Ave Miami Reabri."'at fi-i.Y p.m. Saturday ser vices will lie at 8 45 a in with the sermon scheduled as "Standing at the Threshold of a Now Year Bible class will be at 5 30 p.m.. with Mlncha at 6 i;>. followed by Maarii Rosh Hashona will be ushered in on Sunday at 6 15 p.m. Monday, first day of the Holy Days, service.are at 8 a.m.. with the sermon scheduled as "The i Jewish Crj for Life" Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m.. followed b) TashKch at 78th St and Tatum Waterway Dr. Procession will leave the %  ynagOgUC at 5:15 p.m. Maariv is at 6 30 p.m Services on Tuesday are also at 8 a m with the Sermon entitled "The Sounding of Freedom for all Humanity" Cantor Meyer Greenbhvtt will render the mus-ieal portions of the liturgy Sachns services on both days of Rosh Hashona will he conducted K Rabbi Meshulam Cohen and William Cohen. Temple Judoa, 320 Palermo Ave Coral Cables, will hold regular Friday services at 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Kipper officiating. Mr and Mrs Louis Faston will disI CUSS their recent trip to Israel. with an Oneg Shabat following. Saturday services are at 11 am. Bar Mitzvah of Marc Ira. son of Mr and Mrs Henry Grtimet, will take place Rosh Hashona will be Iushered in Sundaj at 8 p.m with Rabbi Kipper to speak on "The Incredible Jew" First day of Holy Day services on Monday begins at |ffi ciating. Mincha will inat t'> 15 p m. Title of Rabbi Weberman"a morn ing sermon is "The Last Sabbath lli-h Holy Day services will be held at Washington Federal Auditorium, 1133 Mormandj Dr. Posh ; Hashona will ho ushered in on Sim day at 6 P m Monday services are at 7 30 a.m., with the sermon the first day scheduled for 10:30 a.m. as "Awake Ye That Slumber." Evening services are at 6 p.m. Sec ond daj of Rosh Hashona on Tuesday, also to be given at 10:30 a.m.. the sermon will be "The Broken Sound." Evening service is at 6 p.m. Cantor Samuel H. Feiner renders the musical portions of the liturg) Friday evening services at Kntseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave Miami Reach, will be at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services ;ire ; ,t g : 3o a.m.. with Rabbi David, I. eh r field discussing "'Thought of Rosh Hashona." The Higtl Holy Days will he launched at services Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Monday services are at 8 a.m. Sermon will he "To Hear the Shofar — Not to Blow It." Services the sec "Pil da\ of Rosh Hashona. on Tuesday, will also begin at 8 a.m. Sermon is "The Ultimate Sacrifice." Cantor Abraham Seif renders the musical portions of the liturgy Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate at Friday evening services thiweekend at 6:15 p.m. No late services are scheduled for Temple Ner Tamid, 7!tth St. and Carlyle Ave. Miami Reach. Saturday morning services will be at 8:45 a.m., when William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Rottenberg is scheduled to become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Edward Klein renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Rosh Hashona will be inaugurated on Sunday, 8:15 p.m. First day of the Holy Days, services begin at 8 a.m., with Rabbi Labovitz scheduled to speak on "A New Year — A New Beginning." Tuesday. 8 a.m.. topic of the sermon will be •Time far Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at regular Sabbath services this weekend at Beth Kodash Congregation, 1101 SW 12th Ave.. Miami, with Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari rendering the miLsical portions of the liturgy. High Holy Day ser vices will IM 1 ushered in Sunday at sunset. Rev. Alex Stahl will join Kabbi Shapiro and Cantor Ben Ari in officiating. Services 'Monday and Tuesday mornings are at 8 a m. Sermon the first day will be "Reawakening." 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"(Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday, September 24, 1965 Section Majestic Theme of New Year is Repentance 'Teshuva' l\'ot Merely Plea for Forgiveness; It Implies a Cluster of Jewish \ allies By RAEBI DOV PF.RETZ ELKINS THE great majestic theme of the Rosh Has Yom Kipp • % %  son is th Hoi rev c m< i : %  T( ,-a. We : of Pn I i :: who has erystalized in three booka the Jewish tradition the basic ideas of the ra ic theological heritage In a re ent book, "Worship and Ethics," Rabbi Kadushin, professor of ology at the Jewisi Theological Seminar) of Amer ica reiterates bis fundamental thesis regarding "value concepts.'* Dr. Kadurihin points out thet there are cer tain key words in the language of all cull which signify their quintessence In a short phras • or a word. Americans jointly possess such value concepts as "democracy." "majority rule." "civil rights." "freedom of speech." These words, or phrases, point to the values of a civilization. According to Prof Kadushin there are over 200 such value c o ncept s in Judaism, terms pointing to the ideals and values of the civilization of Juiaism. One of these is Teshuva. Thus Teshuva is not merely an act of asking reness. its technical translation is "repentance." to be sure, But as with all value concepts it is beyond definition, One could write a book democracy, and maybe the reader would ret the Idea ol what it means after readin it Bui this is the P ; nt. It takes the time and effort ol immersing oneself in a culture or civilization to r a thom its value concepts No simple definitions are rieurate or helpful. V,m is true of Teshuva as well. Teshuva is more than repentance Teshuva is Teshuva is Tei How then car we define Teshuva? By read,: ,1 studying the scoreof books which make up i tradition, and seeing the work in its context and coming out with an understanding of the values it expresses The nex! best way to understand Teshuva is to try to define what It implies What are the cluster Of Jewish values wlhich constitute the underpin ol Jewish theology, aid can help us define Teshuva? Continued on Pagt 15-F



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?oge 6--B m kmtst fhrHtor Friday, September ... on moved from their home on baytonia Road to North Bay Road dunr.e Bety While Carol as buy seeing to the unpacking inside. Arthur supervised the boarding up outside. Carol, who is a strict modernist, said %  %  pie-THEY'RE THE ONES %  %  : tout inside mi %  •*hw** MM) me home bat the> %  leaser '•'• H***" anf1 let Morry and I and OKI FABULOUS FLAGLER %  i nd the dinner guests si • ;h i see thi • • • David Meeht stop Sidney I^ft-ourt and their g %  • Paul Sobel Mr and Mrs. Aaron Farr. and Stanley C. Myers, just back fron Rico and enroute to hLs summer home in HenderaonviUe Marjorie I Mrs Bill I afaeur -aid to be sunnot to raw the "Cbalekh" with raisins Jack Cooper. d< -bonair in a light blue jacket was sitting at a table with Bernie Frank. Seen dinins were Penny and Lenny Steiner — Penny Ls the daughter of Lee and Louis Goldman — Hermine and Henry Weiner. Mr and Mrs Dan Dubbin, and Mr. and Mr* David Ponve. — Franca* Lehman ilrst Wishes NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCILMAN JOE MALEK Jjcfi 11 isnet for a FROM THE OFFICERS and BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF Beth Raphael Dedication Hears Rabbi Greenwald Rabbi Zevi Greenwald served as < airman of the evening and dehvi ed the major address dunns the H iration of the new Beth Ra 1545 Jefferson on Saturday Some MM persona attended the ••• hivh was followed by • s ted by < .1 11 Bi Hall, Miami Setferi • r.itti ai %  • oers hon, the evenii included /i ,v > p, : president Laurence Beriint il lee pre MI Morris Schwartiman, liwaanrrr; Benjamin Agronow. secJack Kubel. Samuel Hussein, retary; Ralph Krieger. secretary; Sanero. Isidor Sosna. Julius Julius Rath OF MIAMI 5.W. 27th Avenue at 7th Street dust off the trail) Phone 445-5341 / daWulfitok / -.. t Bchaffer prosjfam ohairman, has arrai Red lor Luther Evana, sport* write,-, and an official at football gainer for the University of Miami over the past 20 year-, to In.guest al oc w — v*v~*v^> ?! i IL owers FOR THE UNUSUAL < 4 PHONE 757-8546 6443 Bisceyne Blvd. barton"s shotar assortment vhorolates 2.1 SI A special treat to welcome holiday guests, Barton's bittersweet and milk chocolates combine in the delicious Shofar assortment, 13-ounces of goodness, boxed for holiday gift-giving. JM BONBONNIERE first floor, miami 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREEI SHOP JM TONIGHT TIL 9:30 3m extends Best wishes POR A joyous new ye\n IcdoAtlrfflxiv. r \



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Tncre was no question ol a contested elecUon. even though some of the selectors did not like certain procedural leoture.v The office of the Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth hi what the incumbent makes of it. The entree to the Establishment, including the Palace, is there. The comparison with the Arcnbishop'ot Canterbury and the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminister comes to mind. And there is the I act that British Jews are a religion* community, formally speakinf. which is seeking religious guidance in need of a mentor. And there are the pastoral tours of Common wealth communities and the authority over local ministers and the acceptance even by the strictly orthodox Federation of Synagogues, and not only by the larger orthodox group, the United Synagogue. Acquiring tht Imaga In vhort. the possibilities are all there. Dr. Jacob llcrzog is surely a suitable Chief Rabbi <>n many counts But it is Bad in a way that he is moving from the Holy Land to live once more in the Diaspora t after all. to live in Israel is a Mitzvah in itself And it will take time lor him to acquire the image of a Chief Rabbi, as distinct from authority and knowledge. Hut the problem WM sohed in .">725. The Race Relations Bill, which ino: yel on the statute hooka baa been one ol ihe preoccupations of British Jews in the year under review. For year-. British Jews had been advocating it. To be sere, some of them are still doubtful The) i<-. r the implied assumption thai Jews — and N —were different and m Deed Ol special protection, while the rest oi the people are protected i>\ the existing laws Bui the official Anglo-Jewish lhl'had been in favor of such a bill all along. The Bill inow going through the null. Let il le ..mi that religious discrimination of Jews .>• such i> r.ot mentioned in the Bill, it is designed to prevent discrimination against racial or ethnic groups. It is the view of the Government t.;at the Jews would be covered by the Bill one way or another and there was no need to mention religion. The implication that the most exposed ;;roup are the Negroes and not the Jews is entirely correct and accepted by the Jews. Numerically, the Jews are not any longer the largest minority group. There are now in the United Kingdom some rjOU.OUO Negroes i mainly from the West Inc M but MMIIO Worn Africa) and some 2UO.OU0 India ii and Pakistanis. But it is not only that. The I ,n;r.wx are newcomers, they are poor, they are o' a dii terent color, they compete on the labor • ,.rk.t though they are not offering cheap labor, ot sourse. Polka Cain Authority The Race Relations Bill is also a prevent ion-ofnothill and not only an anti-di.-crimmal • i bill. 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day September 24. 1965 ff**i\tfk ridffor Page 9-G „ vl its propram of teacher-traininj; in an C't to meet .he cnt.cal shortage of teach.m | %  an .< [ike the Dade County Board, the Bu i secondary education by admitting • Junior High School De P artment> schools into Us Central Hebrew H ^ars "i training Today, there i F mdents rei rtered "> nine closes. ma l raphic areai of Greater Miami. Re n ta graduated to enter hi^hc. with greater emphasis de .,, (,„ %  secondary Jewiah education. : | school iattempting greatly to > its operation. Bureau is now surveying the Jewish adult lucation programs in the community, preparing evaluate achievement on the adult level of Iwish studies. The Bureau also provides pro„ service to all Jewish organizations for meett',IH1 six-rial events of the year — Book Month, aucation Month. Music Month making use of Central Jewish Library and its extensive audioLsual materials of films. fUmstrips and record t s. The Bureau is particularly proud of its Cenjewish Library, containing over 9,000 voiles in Hebrew and Yiddish, and general book-lovborrow over 5,000 volumes each year under the |brar> s free circulating plan. Hiar.liM. • 19M The Bureau's 23rd annual dinner was held at L Diplomat Country Club last November. Rep. baude Pepper, of Florida, was featured speaker, lid rune educational directors of Ue coogrega %  rial schools were honored for three or more iars of service to the community. •Living Hebrew." the Bureau's annual tele[ision program, appeared for a seventh year of IroadcAsts of fifteen weeks over WTHS, Ch. 2, the tommunity Television Foundation. Louis Schwartzrun. Bureau executive director, continued as intructor. basing broadcasts on lessons from "The P.ihiv> of the Fathers." in an attempt to make the III brew language a mirror for Hebrew concepts fcnd values. The College of Jewish Studies opened in five lotatiOM, including one in South Miami. Courses were directed chiefly at teachers in studies of Hebrew. Bible. History". Current Jewish Problems and lewish Way of Life. The College also offered spe11..I Ksauma on Friday mornings to all teachers. JOSEPH COHEN in Bible, Hebrew Grammar and Composition. Development of the Prayer Book, and Methods of Teaching in both Hebrew and one-day-a-week departments. The Bureau offered assistance to teachers in many Forums and Seminars for Hebrew teachers, one-day-a-week teachers, and preschool teachers, and issued publication of pedagogic bulletins for all Jewish holidays of the year. Among the activities of the Bureau was the 15th annual graduation exercises of the Bureau, held on May 20 at Beth David Congregation, where 24 graduates received diplomas from the Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau, and diplomas were distributed to 60 students, graduates of six years of study in Hebrew Departments of 10 congregational schools. For the first time, the college graduated three students from its Hebrew Department, granting them Hebrew teacher certification. The Bureau is implementing its accreditation program for all Jewish schools, to go into effect December, 1965. The program, instituted to emphasize quality instruction, has now been submitted •o all schools with special check lists of qualifications noted. The check lists are being reviewed Continued on P9 10-C Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami and GREATER MIAMI COUNCIL FOR MEDICAL SERVICES IN ISRAEL Kupat Holim ONE LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Phone 538-1231 Sponsors of THE GREATER MIAMI MEDICAL CENTER OF BEERSHEBA NEGEV EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HEALTHY. HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR JO *Sft*n* \7ova Jikatcvu From OFFICERS. DIRECTORS and MEMBERSHIP oi BETH TORAH CONGREGATION 1051 North Miami Beach Blvd. DR. MAX A. UPSCHTTZ. RABBI RICHARD SNEIDER. PRESIDENT TEMPLE BETHTOV (CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE) 6438 S.W. 8th ST. Miami RABBI RALPH Z. GLIXMAN MILTON MILLER, President AND ALL THE MEMBERS WISH THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR MAtJBMCE RKVMTZ Our Thanks Our thmhs t Hi* •ramiiafiom and religious bodies that hove seem tit to extend f reetings m the Mhtwim§ safes, thai taking cogniionce of the Reih Hoshono edition of The Jewish WIIMSSB. H is sat the space met fmr which we are grateful hut the Spirit Si appreciation demonstrated far the services remitted during the entire yt&*. y^jrcctincis J 9O-Pehelf of the Israel Bond Orgemzaticr oi C-t c-er Miarm, we want to express deepest gratify C6 on for the support givn in this area to the State srae Bend program during the past year. ~r, e New Year 5726 offers Miami's Jewry an •. ;c rededicate itself towards the historic < • helping to achieve Israel's continued progress ,,rds full economic freedom through Israel Bonds May Good Health and Prosperity be your rewarc in the New Year. RABBI LEON KRONISH Chairman MRS. ANNA BRINNM RAITLRS Vramen's Di*iU Chairmen Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization The OFFICERS, BOARD of TRUSTEES and STAFF of TEMPLE SINAI 1820 N.E. 164th Street Extend Best Wishes to All for a Happy and Healthy New Year RABBI DANIEL M. LOWY CANTOR CHET GALE Jewish Convalescent Bkur choim Home of South Florida vVf* Officers. ~ 11 enters and Staff txUnd t>cst wishes fOf a happy, healthful ana peaceful c/VW !/ %  •'" %  *• ''* friends and lite entire Jewish C-~e-nt.nunit%f 310 COtllNS AVI Miami B*


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