The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"eJewish Floradian
ie 40 Number 39
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Fridav, October 6, 1967
Nine Sections Pz.rc $2


Page
>Jei*r fhrktiam
Friday, October 6 1'
IN THIS ISSUE
Special Holiday Features
Rabbinical Message, By Or. Irving Lehrman 1C
Israel Emergency Fund Report, By Leon Kaplan 3C
The Jewish Year in Hollywood, By Herbert G. Luff 8C
Satirical Lines on Israel, By Ephraim Kishon 12C
Question Box for Rosh Hashona, By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox ID
They Tell Me This Is The Wall, By Elie Wiesel 2D
Rosh Hashona -Today's Meaning, By Rabbi Herman M. Cohen 4D
They Responded in Israel Crisis, By Albert Remon 60
Search for Peace, By Ethel L. Levey 10D
Menu for Rosh Hashona, By Rosalind S. Zunser 11D
Jews Prepare to Celebrate New Year, By Harold U Ribalow 1H
Yiddish Will Never be Lost to Jews, By Isoec Bashevis Singer 2H
American-Israel Relations in 5727, By Milton Friedman 4H
A Prosperous 'Future' New Year, By Albert Friedman 6H
The Challenges of the New Year 5728, By Charles E. Shulman 1E
New Tasks for People of Israel, By Joseph J. Schwartz 2E
The Problem of the Proselytes, By Dr. H. Rabinowicz 4E
"My Heart is in the East ." By Samuel J. Goldsmith 6E
The Turtle-Dove, By L. Lasavin 12E
Rosh Hashona A Time of Change, By Ben Nathan IF
Visit to the Jews of Bulgaria, By Gabriel Levenson 2F
Ten Days To Learn Tenderness, By Dr. Samuel Silver 4F
5727 Was the Finest Year at UN., by Saul Carson 6F
The Saga of the Shtut-Zager, By Ethel L. Levey 10F
I Remember Rosh Hashona, By David Schwartz 14F
A New Year-A New Challenge, By Ben Gallob 1G
An Eventful Jewish Year in Italy, By Julio Dressner 2G
Outstanding Books of the Year, By Harold U. Ribalow 4G
Remembering German Jewry, By Ben G. Frank 4G
Traditional Rituals and Customs, By I. M. Green 8G
The Year in Sports, By Jesse Silver 10G
Tunisian Jewish Community Remains Uneasy 1-1
I No Longer Hate the Germans, By Rabbi L. H. Hardman 4-1
Israel To Expand
TV Broadcasting
JERUSALEM (JTA) Threo
hours daily of television broad
OMting in Ara>ic. and one in ffe
brew will be programmed as soon
as it is '"technically feasible."' the
Israel Cabinet decided this week.
The new broadcasts are designed
to counteract the influence of pro-
!rams broadcast from the neigh-
boring Arab countries and atten-
tively watched by Arabs in the
Israeli-occupied West Bank terri
tory.
Facilities of the semi-independent
Israel educational television sta-
I lion, funded by the Rothschild
| Foundation, will be used for the
new broadcasts. Minister without
Portfolio Israel Galili told the
Cabinet that negotiations were tak-
ng place with the foundation re-
' garding details of the planned
transmission. It was stressed that
the general programs scheduled
would not interfere with the edu-
cational programs, for which the
foundation originally established
;t< subsidy. The question of trans
Missions on the Sabbath, raised by
the Ministry of Religion, will be
decided at a Liter date.
Hold Unveiling Rites
grave markers which the orgin,/ai
tion had installed at unmarked!
The ("hesed Shel Ernes Sister plots in Mount Sinai Mi
hood will hold unveiling cere Park, it was announced by Isii|,,r,J
monies at 1 n.m. Sunday for the Schwartz, president of the gn.iinl
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GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED
WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
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Riverside
Memorial Chapel

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Fridcry. October 6 1967
+Jmi$t> norldHam
Paqe 3-A
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We of B'nai B'rith extend
^ Greetings for the New Year
THE OFFICERS AND BROTHERS OF THE
23 LODGES WHICH COMPRISE THE B'NAI B'RITH
COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES
ARE PLEASED TO WISH OUR FELLOW JEWS A
HEALTHY, HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
WE INVITE ALL OUR BRETHREN TO JOIN WITH US IN
THE WORK THAT IS TO BE DONE TO MAKE OUR
WORLD BETTER TO LIVE IN FOR ALL HUMANITY -
JOIN WITH US IN THE TEACHINGS OF OUR ORDER -
BENEVOLENCE, BROTHERLY LOVE AND HARMONY
MARK R. RUBIN
President
B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Lodges
Pit: dnf
Vic-Preudent
Vice-President
V Via fretHtnt
ftu Secretary
Tric.-vrer
COUNCIL OFFICERS 1967-1968
MARK R. RUBIN 701 Ainsley Bldq Miami (South Dade Lodge)
SOI J. SCHRCIBER. 7001 S.W. 77th PI. Miami (Coral Cables lodge)
BARRY POTLOCK, 10435 S.W. 96 St., Miami (Gilbert j. Balkin Lodge)
ROBERT GROVER. 420 Lincoln Rd., M. Beach (Hatikvoh lodge I
SIDNEY KATES, 3300 N.E. 36th St. Ft. Laud (Ft. Laud, lodge)
RICHARD MARKS 1800 N. 48th Ave, Hollywood (Choi lodge
MAURICE J. FINEGOLD 475 N.E. SO Ter., Miami (Coral Gables lodge)
OFFICERS OF FLORIDA STATE ASSOCIATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGES
President
President elect
Vice-Presidents
Secretary
Treasurer
LOUIS OSS'NSKY JR., 924 Peninsula Dr., Ormond Beach 32074
BERNARD LANG6ERG, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 33139
STANLEY HIRSCH, 8715 Thornwood Lane, Tampa 33615
ROBERT ROTH, 7911 Argentine Dr., Jacksonville 32217
MARK R. RUBIN, 701 Ainsley Bldg., Miami 33132
SOL SANDERS, 6310 SW 30th St., Miami 331S5
CHARLES J. K0SS0VE, P.O. Box 53, North Miami Beach
NAT ESKOW, 4006 Kospor Dr., Orlando 32806
COUNCIL TRUSTEES 1967-1968
JACK A. BURSTE1N, 10185 Collins Ave., Bal Harbor (North Shore lodge)
I0SEPH 8. GORINSTEIN, 5313 Collins Ave., Miami Beach (Hatikvoh lodge)
ARTHUR 0. HORWITZ 1141 N.E. 175th St. N. Miami Beach (North Dade lodge)
EU HVRWITZ, 1009 Longford Bldg.. Miami (Sholem lodge)
JACK KtRSCHBAUM, 140 N.E. 129th St., No. Miami (Sholem lodge)
RANKING SUPREME LODGE OFFICER IN FLORIDA
E. ALBERT PAllOT, Vice President. 1S04 DuPont Building, Miami
BERNARD LANGBERG, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach (Harmony Lodge)
IER0ME NEWCORN, 18720 N.W. 10th Rd., Miami (Me-Ami Lodge)
SAMUEL NIEBERG, 3942 S.W. Sth St.. Miami (Coral Gables lodge)
HERMAN J. NUDELMAN, 10350 W. Bay Harbor Dr., Miami Beach (Freedom lodge'
IRVING SCHATZMAN, 2395 lake Poncoast Dr., Miami Beach (Miami Boach lodge
RANKING DISTRICT No. 5 OFFICER IN FLORIDA
HON. PAUl SEIDERMAN, 1st Vice President, 3510 Pine Tree Drive, Miomi Beach
i oim.i s < ompiusi.m. irwi It ICI I II I III .M II. Ol SOI III I I OHIIl\ I OIM.I s
CORAL GABLES LODGE
No. 1682
STANLEY G MILLER
1712 S.W 84th Ct., Miami
MITZVAH LODGE
No. 2511
BERNARD B SEGAL
2338 S W 19th Terrace, Miami
FT. LAUDERDALE LODGE
No. 1438
BARRY I RUBIN
P.O. Box 8908, Ft Lauderdale
CHAI LODGE
No. 2574
PETER COOPER
1800 N 44th Avenue, Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD-SUNSHINE LODGE
No. 1662
FRED KLEIN
405 N. 31 st Avenue, Hollywood
ABE ARONOVITZ LODGE
No. 2518
BEN NIREN
905 18th Terrace, Key West
GILBERT J. BALKIN LODGE
No. 2079
ROBERT BLACKER
121 SW 55lh Avenue, Miami
HARMONY LODGE
No. 2463
CHARLES J KOSSOVE
KODESH LODGE
No. 2619
BERNARD C. PESTCOE
8861 S.W. 86th Street, Miami
ME-AMI LODGE
No. 2393
JEROME C NEWCORN
18720 N.W. 10th Road, Miami
PRO-BUS LODGE
No. 2672
ARTHUR J ENGLAND, JR.
Suite 1211, 100 Biscayne Blvd., N Miami
SHOLEM LODGE
No. 1024
MELVIN J. HABER
1009 L.ingford Building, Miami
SOUTH DADE LODGE
No. 2337
DR. ROBERT STERLING
10533 So. Dixie Highway, Miami
FREEDOM LODGE
No. 2421
HERMAN J. NUDELMAN
10350 W. Bay Harbor Di Bay Harbor Island
HATIKVAH LODGE
No. 2362
ROBERT L. GROVER
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
JUDEA LODGE
No. 2500
SIDNEY WEIN
L'CHAIM LODGE
No. 2650
STUART M. RAPEE
1375 Daytonia Road, Miami Beach
MACCABEE LODGE
No. 2579
JOSEPH R. MONDRESS
1100 West Ave Apt 620, Miami Beach
MIAMI BEACH LODGE
No. 1591
SAMUEL PASCOE
100 Lincoln Road, Apt 640. Miami Beach
NORTH DADE LODGE
No. 2043
JEROME I FINNK
1171 N.E. 204th Street, North Miami Beach
NORTH SHORE LODGE
No. 1744
ARNOLD FEIN
1165 102nd Street, Miami Beach
GOLD COAST LODGE
No. 2608
GFORGE KRONENGOLD
5101 Collins Ave., Apt. 15F, Miami Beach
ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
No. 2610
JACK ROSENBERG
1719 Miami Gardens Drive, N Miami Beach
P.O. Box 53 North Miami Beach 33162
7908 W. Miramar Boulevard, Miramar 33023
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD
BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH...
to identify with the Jewish community
to help fight anti-Semitism and all bigotry
to help build character in our youth
to build an informed Jewry
to help promote human rights and human dignity
to work for your community
to help Israel
to promote good citiienship
to provide vocational service for young people
to service the armed forces and veterans in hospitals
TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY, YOUR COUNTRY AND HUMANITY EVERYWHERE!


'Jmist fhrkMsr
Friday October 6.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Peace I* Paramount Concern For New Year
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ty bo Israel mast be toe
Jordan. Ei
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conversation with !r^-
amiaWe. expansive Prime Min-
ister Lewi Esbkoi It vat afl tbe
more the
prime minis'er ar-i r..s grea-
:*rmer Ftrrei^n Minuter
jJeir. used to be tbe loudest sro
ponent! of tKe tbests that I*rael
"wAA ha\e no mear.:ag if I-.-j-.
ceased to &e a mainly .'
Fintherrr.ore E m
celev: -
^ix-day war that Isra; anted
no additional territory From no
new territory at all. to "imaf
!em of course"" to minor recti-
fications" of the admitted!)
;c former western border
security border" on the '
River:t has Banc ref
ery r
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mcradmg the I" S State Depart
mTTt. lack any sohd founc
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through the St.-aits of T.rn
the Suez Canal are no longer
| to sitisfy Israel
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cbtsion that has to be drawn from
may be called tbe stnetry
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all sorts of different pr>;
og most of Israels present

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to the J00 0GO Arab*
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be the result of a frontier on
the Jordan
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already have -arr.t-d
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tion. ith 'he
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positioai
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line aJimn
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Friday. October 6, 1967
Jenisti fkrMictn
Pace 5-A
_ New Year Message
To Russian Jewry 5728
tunan }
The year has passed without any improvement in
your tragic situation. You are being discriminated against
more than ever before and singled out for persecution by
your suppressors. All the promises made by them to re-
lieve your sufferings were merely lies to escape world
pressure, which had become more aware of your plight.
Unfortunately the basic policy of the Communist rulers
of Russia does not change regardless of their power strug-
gles and they still maintain a policy of cultural and spiritual
genocide against you.
The recent victories of the Israeli army, who destroy-
ed the vicious plans of communism to annihilate the Jew-
ish State and its people, have made your situation more
dangerous. You are being held as hostages for the debacle
which their Arab lackeys suffered at the hands of your
Israeli brethren.
!W?
We are not going to let ourselves be silenced. The
guilt for having done too little, too late for European Jewry
weighs heavily upon us. We will rescue you and bring
you to the Promised Land.
The fight for your liberation is imminent. It is an in-
escapable sacred duty to which we pledge ourselves. We
will help free you from your bondage. There are still
enough people of good will who will help us in our en-
deavor to bring you to your chosen destination, and unify
you with your own people.
We greet you at the onset of the new year 5728 with
feelings of humility and comraderie.
Have faith in your future. We are with you, and we
have not forgotten you.
Thin mwwil I* "iwii-nrw! hy
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Poqe 6-A
+Jewish fhridliain
Friday, Cctcber 6. 19?7
Press Local Holiday Bond Efforts
Dr. Arieh !. Plotkin, expect on
Middle Eastern Affairs and former
Officer in the Israel Defense
Forces, and Robert Lurie. Ameri-
can Jewish communal leader, have
joined with other national and lo-
cal leaders in an intensified effort
lor Israel Bonds by Greater Miami
igogues and temples during
Bosh Hashona and Yom Kippur.
Dr. Plotkin and Mr. I.urie are
delivering a series of addresses at
a number of congregations during
the High Holy Day services where
appeals are being made to mobilize
investment funds to speed Israel's
post-war recovery and to advance
the country's program towards ec-
onomic independence, it was an-
nounced by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
chairman of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Committee.
Rabbi Kronish. who is also na-
tional Israel Bond chairman for
synagogues and temples, under-
scored the fact that the synagogues
of Miami have alway been in the
Robert lurie
Dr. Plotkin
forefront in I he Israel Bond pro-
gram which has become a tradi-
tional practice in communities
throughout the United States and
Canada as part of the High Holy
Days observance.
Robert Lurie. as a result of vari
out trips to Israel and his com
prehensivc knowledge of that land.
has a reputation as an outstanding
authority on Israel. He has served
js Missouri State Chairman of the
State of Israel Bond Organization
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5728
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. 8th STREET
Sunday, October 8, 1967
11:00 A.M.
Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Solomon Sch'rff Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William W. Lipson and Maurice Mamches
LL CHANT THE LITURGY


ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET (Opa Locka Blvd.)
Sunday, October 8, 1967
2:00 P.M.
Rabbi Solomon Schiti Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
Rabbi Sol Landau
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
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SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABNER
President
FREDRIC ROSENTHAL
Vic* President
and a* a memfcer of its Midwest
Board of Directors.
Mr. I.urie has also served as co-
chairman of 'he Youth Division of
the American Jewish Congress, a
member of the Military Participa-
tion Committee of the Jewish Ter-
centenary, and as a member of
the National Speakers Bureau of
the Inited Jewish Appeal
Dr. Plotkin was educated at the
Hebrew University and the Univer
sity of London and was the lirst
citizen of Israel to be admitted to
Princeton University's Wood row
Wilson School of Public and Inter-
national Affairs. He has served
with the Haganah and as an offi-
cer in the Intelligence Corps of
Israel's Defense Army from its in-
ception in 1948.
Currently in the United States
on private research. Dr. Plotkin
has made himself available to the
Israel Bond drive. He has just ar-
rived with fresh and first-hand in-
formation of the changed Middle
Eastern scene following the Six-
Day War
Services Slated
For Mount Nebo
The traditional High Holy Days
pilgrimages will be held at Mount
Nebo Cemetery Sunday with the
1 spiritual leaders of various congre-
gations officiating during the day.,
Conducting the services at the
; cemetery will be: Rev. Samuel
j Classman. Beth Solomon Congre-
gation, at 10:30 a.m.; Dr. Irving
! Lehrman. Temple Emanu-El, 11
a.m.; Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman.
Temple Or Olom. 11:30 a.m.: Rabbi
Sol Landau. Beth David Congrega-
tion. 12 noon; Rabbi Morris A.
Kipper. Temple Judea. 1:30 p.m.:
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple
Menorah. 2:00 p.m.; Rabbi Morris
W. Graff. Temple Israel. 2:00 p.m.
(Section K); and Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Congregation Beth Kodesh
2:30 p.m.
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w, October 6, 1967
Israel Says Settlements
[re For Security Only
IRUSALEM - The Is-
government officialy inrormed
liiitod States this week that it
nol taken any general decision
establishing settlements in the
ipied west bank areas. The
[ement was made to William
American charge d'affaires,
n lu called at the Foreign
nistry in accordance with Di-
ctions from Washington to ob-
a clarification of Israel's
lion.
The envoy was told that Kfar
m, between Hebron and Beth
::i. which Israeli units reOt'J-
and resettled was a strong
: and that the settler~ belonged
in pioneering youth groups which
ere part of the Israeli Army.
In Washington, Israel Embassy
lals al^ informed the U.S. gov
men! that the settlement plans
for the occupied territories were
ssarj for reasons of security.)
l-r;icli newspapers were jubilant
over the resettlement of Etzion.
ch had been a bloc of four
Jewish settlements until they were
iverrun and destroyed by the Jor-
ins in the 1948 war. The in-
Loctd Delegates
Back From Confab
local women who have returned
i Chicago where they served
... delegates 'o the 20th Biennial
Nitional Pioneer Women's Convert-
lion held there Sept. 17 to 20 in
elude M-dames Milton Green.
Lech Fried son. Fred A. Sandier.
Anna S. Quaker and Jennie Seitlin
Pioneer Women, the Women's
i abor Zionist Organization of
v erica ii 42 vears old. It sup
ports almost half of all the social
services to the women and children
of IsraelArab as well as Israeli.
In the I'nited States, the network
of 500 Tioneer Women Clubs and
Councils are active in social ac-
ti in, Jewish educational, cultural
and youth programs.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone J[ 1-3595
f4S MICHIGAN AVE MIAMI BEACH
dependent daily. Haaretz, said
I editorially. "It is our good rlghl to
return there" The religious-orient-
ed HatZOfe declared, "It must be
clearly explained to all that this
IS a return of plundered propertv
to its owners
An advance party of youn.i
settlers moved into the former
Jordanian Arab Legion camp on
the sie cf Kar Etzion this wsek
and formally reestablished the
Jewish settlement there which
the Jordanians destroyed in 1948.
Thi new settlement stands on the
site cf the four settlements of the
Etzion bloc in the Hebron hills,
between Hebron and Bethlehem
on land own-d by the Jewish
National Fond.
The new settlement is under aus
lices of Nahal, the paramilitary
vouth p'oneer organization. The
new settlers have been drawn
mainly from the B'nei Akiva vouth
'movement of the Mfzrachi, the re-
ligious Zionist group. Most of them
are the children of the original
Ftzion settlers. About 200 residents
of the settlements were slaughter-
ed in l4fi after the Arab Leiion
captured the settlements and left
their defenseless residents to the
mercy of Arab gangs despite prom-
ises that they would be treated as
prisoners of war.
Before aett'tfl out. the young
men visited the Braves of their
parents On arrival at Etzion. many
of the settlers recited the Kaddish.
memorial prayer for their parents
Torah scrolls were brought into one
of the buildings which was conse-
crated as a temporarv svnagogue
and mezuzaha wre affixed to door-
posts to mark buildings of Jewish
occupancv. Among those taking
part in that ceremonv were Zerah
Warhaftig, Minister of Religions:
Raanan WeitZ, head of the Jewish
A epcy's settlement department:
M Hazani, a National Religious
Party deputy in Parliament: and
Abraham Hartzfeld. a veteran lead-
er of the Jewish settlement move-
ment in pre state Palestine
Poland Bans
Israel Stamps
LONDON (JCNS) Any
letters from Israel to Poland
with Six i),-,y War comment
orative stamps will be re-
turned undelivered, as the
result of instructions from the
Polish Ministry of Posts and
Telegraphs, it was learned
here
The stamps "glorify [a
reel's aggression." according
to the official announcement
from the Ministry, They show
the Western Wall and the
Straits of Tiran.
Services Sunday
At Star of David
Community memorial prayers for
the High Holy Day season have
been scheduled for Star of Divid
Memorial Park on Sunday with
Rabbi Murray Alstet officiating at
11:80 a.m., and Rabbi Max Shapiro
at 3:30 p.m.
Individual temple services will
also be held at the cemetery-
Rabbi Morris Kipper of Temple
Judea will officiate at 11:00 a.m..
Rabbi Alfred Waxman of Temple
Zion. at 11:30 a.m.. and Rabbi
Morris Skop of Temple Beth Sho-
lom, Pompano Beach, at 2:30 p.m
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El Fatah Terror Drive Is Broken
JERUSALEM Prime
X mister Levi Eshkol declared this
\ eek durinu a tour of East Juiusa
Si lea that seveial of the Arab ter-
i nst 01 ''^anizations which have
:anizcil sal>otage acts in Israel
h. ised help to all residents of Judca
. id Samaria in the occupied west
I .ink who were willing to cooperate
v ith Israeli authorities More than
6Q El Fatah terrorists were cap-
,i in one 24 hour period during
i past a eek.
Pledging that Israel would guard
it> peace and situiity against the
i arauders, the Premier said he
warned the would-be marauders
l me weeks ago. He added that
events ol the last lew days, when
many terrorists were wounded or
killed in a major manhunt, should
have been taken seriously.
Israeli military sources said that
S na could not disclaim responsi-
bility for the El Fatah and Pales
tine Liberation Front underground
activities in Israel and Israeli-held
t. rritories.
Three grenades found near the
I me ol Prime Minister Levi Esh-
kol. which initially were linked to
te current Arab sabotage, were re-
ported by police to be an obsolete
type lacking detonators and in-
capable of being exploded. The dis-
covery caused turmoil in the fash-
ionable Reha> ia section of Jerusa-
lem, large parts of which were
sealed off and searched. Although
the hunt for clues continued, a
l>olice spokesman hinted the inci-
dent might have been a prank.
sVavav^B**''**' .
They said that investigation of
more than a hundred members of
the two organizations recently
captured had established the fact
that almost all of them had gone
through training camps in Syria,
had been transported in Syrian
Army vehicles, were trained by
Syrian instructors and had been
equipped with Syrian arms and
uniforms.
The Israelis also charged that
the Syrian Army had established
a special headquarters to activate
underground activities in the Is
raeli-occupied territories an I in
Israel proper and asserted that the
headquarters had direct communi-
cation with 'he Syrian Chief of
North Dade Hospital Changes Name To
Parkway General -- Plans Expansion
Parkway General
1( !51 NW 2nd Ave .
l- the former North Dade General
Hospital.
In mid December of 1966. when
the hospital changed hands, execu-
tive director David Babnew felt
t I "we need a new name as an
< pression of our recent accom-
I ishments and al*o to provide a
bi ckground for future progress."
Hospital, at'Nursing Supervisor Gladys Freeh
in N Dade. lei. R.N.: Dan Guthery. ADA. and
Irene Smith. ADA., of the Dietary
Department: Chief X-Ray Techni-
cian, Robert Crawford; Pharmacist
Allen Steckler: Chief laboratory
Technician Freddie Newell and
Registered Physical Therapist. Bct-
tv Romaner.
Additional personnel which oper
ates behind the scenes, and "with
out which a hospital couldn't
survive" according to-Dr. Babnew.
are Richard Matte, comptroller:
Raymond Petty, chief engineer:
Florida Hospital Council.,^.; 11lrom_ executive secretary:
Fonda Hospital Assn.. American, ^^ Apperson. R.R.L.. librarian.
""BH rSeatahTSS'"** "< of housekeep-
II ispital I-ederation. It IS a
Convenient to all of the major
pi rkways in North Dade. the hos-
pital is an approved member of the
South
Assn.,
Staff They said Major Sayid Souhil
of the Syrian Army directed the
headquarters and another Syrian
Army officer handled the trans-
port of the saboteurs from Syria
to Jordan and from Jordan to the
West Bank.
Two training camps for sabo
teura were located near Damascus
at Hammeh and Doumma and a
Ihird near the Lebanese frontier
at Zabadani, they asserted. Sabo
tours operating from this camp
enter Israel through Lebanon.
Israeli officials previously had
reported that most members of
an El Fatah -jroup operating in
central Israel had been tracked
down and arrested and that se-
curity forces were now hunting
for the remnant of the group be-
lieved to be hiding in Tulkarem
east of Natanya on the coastal
plain.
The group was believed to have
wen responsible for the Masting
of a glucose factory in Hadera and
the home of a moshav settler in
the area which brought fatal in-
juries to his three-year-old son
The officials indicated that more
than 30 of the El Fatah men had
been arrested and that large quan-
tities of weapons had been found
in the gang's hideout in a hilly area
north of Tulkarem.
Another group of 30 El Falah
men were caught in the Jenin area
at the northern tip of Samaria in
the occupied west bank. They were
foend in a hideout and in posses-
sion of weapons. Some of them
admitted taking part in sabotage
training courses in Syria after the
Six Day June war.
A group of village elders of Tul-
Friday October 6. 1967
karem met to express their dis-i outside the area They urged th.'
_, I Israeli military authorities not to
sedation from the El Fatah >- Iilk(. any punitive action again.*-
tage acts. The elders declared lhat; loc.,| Arabs who. they said, had no
Ilu El Fatah me.i were not local connection with the sabotage ac
inhabitants but infiltrators from tivities.
Cross and the Joint
on Accreditation by
<.i by Blue
( wmissi in
II >spitals
Dr. Babnew is in charge of the
I spital siaff and commented that
"People olten forget how many dif
ferenl services they are paying for
v ih then hospital service charge
I he stall at Parkway General
reflects this variety and includes
DR. JOSEPH HARRIS
and
DR. JOAN HARRIS
and their children
Judith and James
express their best wishes
for a very
Happy New Year
ing. and John Sopka. purchasing
agent.
Although privately owned. Park-
way General Hospital is fashioning
a public service policy of health
education. "We're licensed by Flor-
ida and we're part of this com-
munity," states Dr. Babnew.
"We want to play an active role
ill improving health care and atti-
tude-. Working to serve you bet-
ter' is the motto we have adopted,
and we're going to try very hard
to do just that." Dr. Babnew con-
cluded.
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* Jen ist! tkridliaitf
iyt
COMMENT
By EDWARD COHEN
Negro Anti-Semitism
Patrols To Protect London Synagogues
fdwaii Cohen
The strong possibility ihat
Stokel) Carmichael, Kap Cniwn
md Snick are now bring fioaoc4d
by the Arab
eague instead
,| liberal .'<-
an Ironj
thai "'II "'
be l ,i s i on
those who are
closely follow
ins thai scg
unit of the
\ e r o com-
munity seek
.us to identi
fy more close
;> with their African heritagi
In much the same manner that
the Soviets declared their 'blood'
relationship with the Nazis, at the
time "f th*ir infamous pact be
fore World War II, Carmichael
recently told newsmen in Da
mascus, "We view ourselves u
an African colon) inside Ihe is
and we are brothers-in-arms ol
the Arab- He promised thai his
'movement,' whatevei it consists
nl. will uagc a saboteur war
against Zionisl organizations here
.n an effort to support the Arab
a ise against Israel.
The irony, of course, is that
the Arabs not only were the
original slave tracWrsand still
are in the business, for that
matterbut are busily engaged
today in exterminating African
blacks in the Sudan, under the
direction of Nasser's puppet
rulers.
United Nations estimates are
that more than a half million
Nc groes have been killed by the
Irabs since 19*3 and at leas) an
equal number driven from their
villages to wander as hunted ref-
ugees in the bush.
It is not so easy to prove that
the anti-Jewish campaigns being
waged m New York and showing
Mime faint si^ns in this area are
underwritten by Arab gold. But,
somehow, in the confrontations
which are taking place a- Black
Power -.eeks a foothold, the Jew
appears on the scene as the first
obstacle to overcome, and more
often than not the connection is
too \ ague to make sense
There's no effort here to ex
, iic ibis 'confrontation."
idics which found a
... d attitude toward the Je
among .> substantial percentage
,>f N roes efford little comfort
ai this stage
In somewhat the same fash-
ion as the radical right saw a
Jew lurking tehind every bank,
every newspaper, and every-
thir.-i that smacked of the pow-
er structure back in the heyc'iy
of American anti-Semitism, so
a lot of Negroes see the Jew
occupying positions of powor in
those areas which most affect
their daily lives.
Thu whate\ er his n ime or
n the lew is his oppres
sivc landk r I, the sharp merchant,
the arrogant welfare case work-
er, the incompi tenl school teach
er and even the director of the
Economic Opportunitj Pn gram
It doesn't matter that thia is a
exagi eration; hat matters
b that many Ne troi have been
led > believe tins. In their drive
fur status. Negro community
leaders are forcing white-, in
eluding Jawa. oul at kej positions
with the poverty organisation i"
Dade County and demanding
these jobs for their own, qualified
or not Whatever the power poli-
tics not unique in i nation where
minority blocs have proved their
strength In much the same fash
ion for many, many decade- tin
. -eprehonsiblo thing i- that in
Mime cases it baa beeonie an anti
Jewish campaign,
In Dade County, the militant
. leadership is only operal
Ling on a small scale, but the pos
lalbillty of a shutdown ol Florida's
schools by the teachers raises the
poasiblHt} that the same kind ol
tactics that are being employed
in New York will be used here.
We know .if at least one case
"here a Negro moilier prut.--led
that she did nol want her child
to be plac .1 m a class with a
Jewish teacher. We have seen no
evidence yet thai this is- an evolt
ing pattern, but experience in
other part- of the country should
act as B warning to be alert to
the new atrategy.
Nero teachers in New York
have formed their own associa-
tion, The African American
Teachers, and are demanding
self-determination in running the
-(ho N in the black neighbor
hoods through cemmuaitv b- rds
of education composed of parents
and members ol the AATA. In
several o' the schonls in Harlem
Africans (for short) have moved
in as principals to replace white
administrators v thorn henefit ol
examination or authority
It's an Interestin : concent and
one bicb should not be treated
light 1) The growth of the school
bureaucracy and the widening
gap bit ween it ami ill" com
niuniiies within a district *rt
alarmini, and .some small effon
i- being made in New York ad
other < iti- to create local boards.
To ria'e they have been mostlv
iiiFffect've nnd powerless, and
while they are engaged in trying
to m ike some sort of a revolu-
tion the Negro militants are aim-
ing at what thej believe to be a
most vulnerable po'nt by asking
for real power for these boards.
Which is all right in its place,
but when the attack on the New
York school establishment whose
two top heads are an Irishman
ami an Italianbecomes an anti-
Jewish attack, then the b; na fides
of the Negro leadershlo must
come under suspicion The num-
ber of Jewish t -chers and prin-
cipals in New York is so meat
fhtit Ihev cannot esrene responsi-
bility for some of the failure* of
the system, but to label all this
as "Jewish" is an t as rac'sl
a- any a George Wallace could
ask for
The aspirat'on- ol the Negro
[or a Dlace in t1 < \*ne iean
structure tc and un
derstsndable That place will not
be v on b) set I ng to scap
the Jew, nor under the aegis of
the Arab league
Local Men \l
ZOA Confab
Ben Giller, chairman of 'he
Greater Mi imi P enl Coun-
cil, /ion si Organization ol Amer
ca, will attend a meeting of the
Southeast Region on Sunday in
Vtlanta Ga
Other local ZOA leaders who W ill
nd an Vbraham \ Grunhut.
the Miami Beach Zi-
I District; Eira Finegold, pres
ident oi the Bran l< is Zio
Max Parness president
the Miami Gables I District;
Sam .' Perry, president ut
Broward Zionist D strict; R
David Shapiro, Sidney Raymond,
national ZOA officer, Morris Si-
mon, Bernard Katz and M. William
Smith, members the national
executive committee ol the ZOA;
Josh Rephun, local Zionisl youth
h ader; and Gil Rappaport, execu
live director it the So ttheast Re
uion ZO*
"Zionist Responsibilities far To
|day" will be Ihe theme of the con
clave
LONDON (JTAj Jewish pa-
trols are being organised to pro-
tect BynagOgUes following a fire
.: mysterious origin which dam-
aged the Kingsbury Synagogue in
suburban Middlesex. Victor Mish
ion, chairman of the Jewish Be-
ense Committee oi the Board of
Deputies of British .lews, disclosed
this week. There were suspicions
that the fire had been set bj two
unidentified men seen by a neigh-
bor running from the site just after
the conflagration broke oul this
. ei k
Mr, Mishcon said thai members
0 his committee had met with
vprcsentatlvos of the Association
01 Jewish Ex-Servicemen and
Women to decide upon certain
steps, including "the installation of
latrols." lie said, "the necessary
steps wire arranged within a very
hort time."
The Committee issued an appeal
i i all i-ynago-jue managements "to
check on the security of their
premises and to take every possible
precaution to prevent unauthorized
entrv ami consequent damage "
Membi rs ol the Board pf Depu-
ties, Mi Mishcon said, have been
requested t" ensure that the syna-
gogue in their areas follow the
precautionary suggestions. He said
ilso thai "the closest contact is
being maintained with the police
till limit it-- at both Ihe central and
local levels."
Leukemia Society
To Charter I nits
Fin) organizational meeting to
charter new units ol the Leukem i
aociet) ol Dade County will be
Held at Brooks Casual Furniture,
!i77."i s, Dixie Hwy., on Monda>
evening. Murraj Brooks will cha r
the session
R | II Newman and Slanl 'y
I Levitt are cochairmen of I e
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Cantor Shilton at Temple Sinai
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fli'0*TH ISRAEL. 7*01 Carlyla Am.
Orthodox. Rabbi luu Evtr
S.1U!' I S :< m S:t. : .1 Ih of
Ml mow Th" PtodM .-T ihjr
!.->.. > : Jin Mini llv A-.(.ir:tli-
:u*- S.M.mh Shuvah
- mid Repentance u> ih.
AMAVAT SHALOM CONCREOA
TION. 9K SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morn* Barr.
---- ----
ANSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Coi-rvative. Cantor Sol Pahowita.
Frtda] I I p ID 9
---- ----
BETH OAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Si ron n Th Torah
Leaaoi Bar Mltst aon of
Mr ,Mr> Jatnea ftocunda; Kim.
Holland
---- ----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Sthitf.
Knl. > I 15 p.n Si 111 "l Shab-
bat Shuvah Sermon: Ability to Re-
.MiiK-hH p m

French Jewry Prepares
For New Immigration
CANDLELIGHTiNG TIME
2 TISHRI 6:43
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St.. MB.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wnn.
FTti I Saturday 9
i no Shabbal ShuvaiL Mlncba II
p m
---- ----
BETH JACOB. 301 Waihington Ave..
MB- Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Svniraky. Cantor Maurice Mamcnea.
---- ----
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickson.
Satu las 4" .< in Sermon: *'Ri
Or E
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dm* Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirachenbaum.
Frldaj i> m Saturday 1:45 am Ser-
on: "Shofkr call."
BETH SOLOMON* SO NW Slat PI. TEMPLE ISRAEL ~OF MIRAMAR
Conaervative. Rabbi Samuel Gun 3500 SW 6th Way. Conaervativ*
man. Rabbi Irwin Cutlar.
TEMPLE JUOEA. 6500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Moth Kipper.
Friday |:1{ p m
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H Breeh.
Friday II) p.m. Saturday s :1Q am
n "Repent \vhil>- Vou Can."
Mini !... I 4". p m
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly.
vood 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ph'hp Lutman.
Friday S:15 p m. Saturday 9 ., m
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 Cha-
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronit>
Cantor David Conviser.
Frid.-. p.m Semi To What
Sabbath Shall IVe Retun Saturday
i 15 a m
TEMPLfc BETH TCV. 643R SW Btn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon Aorii
viturday a m Sermon: 'Repentance."
------a ------
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
TEMPLE cmanu-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Ad>er
F-.i.-,, ,, ,., Saturday I am. Sab-
bath of Repentance.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabb
Joseph R. Narot.
Friday vis p.m. Strmon: "Religion in
Israel." M.m..rial to th late Mi.rlon
Irani, establlahed by the temple
l-rotlu-rruH-d. will he aimounred.
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Racxovsky.
BETH TORAH. i#4th St and NE 11th
Ave Canaervative. ftabbi Mix Lr
eeeirta. Canter Jatot atannr.
B'NAl RAPHAEL 1401 NW WSrd St.
Conservative Rabbi Chariet M. Ru-
tri Cantor Jack Lerner.
Saturday a m
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1242 Wash ngtnn Ave.
Orthcaax Rabbi Dew Rosencwaig.
.- <'ui da v am
FT. LAUDEhOALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Canter Jerome
Klement.
FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Pabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
- ----
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E Hallandale beach Blvd. Max
J. Weita officiates.
I ni
HEBREW ACADEMY 24"0 P.netree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE *IMI. 120*
Johnson St. Conservative Raob'
Cavid Shapio. Cantor Yehudah
H-itbrann.
--- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
Bt. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L.
Draam. Cantor Nathan Parnass
ha I i Satu
Shu ' I) >'nj Know How to Repel
p in Sunday P
a 111 Min
JACOB C. COHFN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Frida) 5 in p m Satui m
Sermon: Tl Laal Retun 4 p.m
Shuvah leoturi ;srael and
thi- Torah
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Enclirl Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
9 p m Kol
Sa turoa I in
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. Cantor
Louis Cohen.
----- ----
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Or MB
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Wiwi
man.
Saturday |0 a in Bermoi Reliant."
------ ------
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. fag
CoMmj Av*. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
mlaa
in Shabbal si
Second Selichot service ai midnight
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan.
----- ----
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN Con
ervative. 1025 NE iMrd St Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Harry Sterling.
Saturday 4". m Sermon What
Have I 11.ai.- '
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., S. Miami. Reform Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard. Canter Michael Kyrr
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Prld i mr i -..m-
mltmeni la Qod." Saturda) n am
i n of
Dr. and .Mr.- Harold i: Zeltlin.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 120 75th at.
Cewae-vative. Hitc, Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Nice FeWman.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. BOth St. ana
Tat urn Waterway. Modern Tradi
tranai. Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Can.
tar Edward Klein.
Friday i::4T. p.m Saturday 1:4a am.
Oeinsun: 'Slubbat Shuvah."
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8756 SW rth St.. Miami Ranb.
Saturday S 4_ m Kir Mitsvah i*aui
s-m ( Mr and .\''- Morrl* Uraluch
- a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
Temporary Office, 18801 NE 22na
Ave. Reform. Raobi Ralph Kingsley
shu\ah be held
:. \,:
SI Ki Ida; i.". p m v-k thi Rabbi"
- u' :: in .< mo .
Purtioii ... i i.rtloi
sen n i.i
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave., Hiaieah. Conservative
Rabbi Manner Klein.
T : in 8a 'u:.!. ;- ., ,,,
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. *4 Zamora Av*
Conservative. Rabhi Maxv.ell aer
ger. Cantor Seymour Hinket.
; at Shuvah
TIFERETH ISR-EL 8500 N Mlarx
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ra ph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Glantx.
Saturday
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miner Rd. Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
baturday a ni
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Mi
AMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush
Pi Iday is p m Si n

YOUNG ISRAEL OF~r7lAMi RFAC-
1542-44 Washmgton Ave. Rabbi A
Ban. Hi Hal.
Friday 45 p nl
By Special Report
GENEVA The greatest inllux
I Jews from Arab countries into
Km nee since the exodus from Al-
geria in 1962. was revealed this
week in a report made available
by the Fonds Social Juif Unifie,
the central Jewish welfare agency
in France, to the overseas head-
quarters of the American Joint Dis-
tribution Committee.
From mid-June to mid-Septem-
! ber a total of 9.200 Jewish new-
comers have applied to the FSJU-
affiliated welfare agencies for
some form of help. About 700 of
these applied for relief during the
period from Sept. 11 to Sept. 15.
1 Relief and other services are pro-
'vided them from a fund financed
jointly by the FSJU and .IDC. The
JDC receives its funds in the I'nit-
ed States from the United Jewish
Appeal.
The total number of arrivals,
the report stresses, is far great-
er than the 9,200 registered.
Funds voted at the beginning of
the year, it was pointed out, will
be woefully inadequate to meet
their requirements since no pro-
vision was made in the FSJU or
the JDC budgets for 1967 for this
vast influx of newcomers.
Also, as in previous waves of im-
migration, it is expected that many-
more new arrivals who have not
vet registered with the FSJU will
do so in th* coming months, es-
pecially as they run out of funds.
Some 2.800 families registered
Thf learure "R/ibbi Speaa;<
From Hn Pulf-it" u'lll be found
ipeefcj on Pate 6 /. The
Svaoptii c<< the W'rrl;!-, T:>rah
rorn'on jnJ the luting of Rah-
tnnical Television Proerjnn we
on Pugf 7 /.
for help, including 815 isolated
boys and girls who were sent to
France by families who stayed be-
hind. The larger proportion of
these new arrivals paid for their
own transportation and applied for
help only after their personal as-
sets had been used up.
Lakeside Services
Set For Sunday
Lakeside Memorial Park will
hold special community memorial
services for the High Holy Day s-a
son on Sunday to he conducted bj
the spiritual leaders of a number
oi Miami congregations.
Officiating at the services will
be: Rabbi Ralph C.lixman. Temple
Or Olom, 10:00 a.m.: Rabbi Irwin
Cutler. Temple Israel of Miramar.
10:15 a.m.: Rabbi F.ugene I.abo-
vitz. Temple Nor Tamid. 11:00 am:
Rabbi Maurice Klein. Temple Tif
ereth Jacob. 12 noon; Rabbi Max
A. Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congrega
tion, 12:30 p.m.: Rabhi Mayer
Abramowitz. Temple Menorah. 1:00
p.m ; Rabbi Naftali Porush. Young
Israel of Greater Miami. 1:30 p.m :
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Beth Moshe
Congregation, 2:00 p.m.: and Rabbi
Simon April. Temple Both Tov.
2:30 p.m.
Sunday Programs
At Temple Israel
On Sunday morning. 10 a.m.. Dr. ,
Joseph R Narot will give the '
second lecture on Abba Hillel Silv- ,
er's "Where Judaism Differed,"
text for this year's Greenfield Adult
Institute, in the main Sanctuary
Also on Sunday morning, an
inter-faith panel of American wo-
men will present a program on
Understanding" at the monthly
brunch of the High School Depart-
ment.
LIVING HEBREW
presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Erf/for: Dr. Shlomo Kedesh
Easy conversations taken from everyday life in Israel with typical
colloquialisms and proverbs!

TEMPLE SHOLOM. 132 SW 11th Ave
Pompano Beach. Conaervat-.e Rab-
bi Morrn A. Skop. Cant;r Leon
aerjai
^; m Serm n Return
Israel Completes
New Highway*
TEL AVIV -(JTAI- President
Zalman Shazar. Labor Minister
Yigal Allon and Tourism Minister
Moshe Kol were present this week
at ceremonies near the town of
Sodom marking the opening of a
new highway from the port of Eilat
to the Dead Sea. The road. 104
miles long and 22 feet wide, was
built in seven years at a cost of
$8.3 million. Officials said it would
cut .sub>tantially the expense of
shipping potash and other Dead
Sea chemicals to Eilat.
Also opened was another new
road, between Kibbutz Dan and
Banias in occupied Syria Built ,->t a
cost of $283,000. this road will link
the Israel highway network with
highways on the Syrian heights.
ComDlction was also announced of
repairs to roads on the Syrian
heights which had been damaged!
during the recent war.
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Communist Organ
Assails Judaism
LONDON i.ITA- A prominent
Soviet new-paper has published a
violent attach on the Jewish re-
ligion, asserting that "the Jewish
religion has always been the maid-
servanl Of the capitalists' The
article by I>r H Taicher appeared
undet the heading "In the* Service
of Reaction," in the Ukrainian
Pravda, organ of the Ukrainiian
(lommunist i ai t>
Most of the recent numerous
nti-Jewish attacks featured in the
Soviet pi ess have involved Israel
and, apparently, were aimed at
creating anti-Israeli sentiment This
has been the case particularly since
the Arab-Israel war last June when
the Soviet authorities coupled their
bitter diplomatic attack on Israel
with a vitriolic anti Israel press
and radio propaganda campaign.
Cemetery Group
Schedules Rites
The Greater Miami Jewish Cem-
ation will hold com-
munity memorial seryjees on Sun-
day at the Jewish Section ol
lawn I'ark Cemetery and at Me-
morial Park Cemetery.
The Woodlawn Park services will
be held at ll a.m. Officiating will
b* Rabbi Sol Landau. Itv-'.i Solo-
mon Schiff and Rabbi Max Sha-
D'ro. with Cantors William W Lip-
son and Maurice Mamches chant-
ing the liturgy.
The Mount Sinai services will be
held at 2 p.m. Officiating will be
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Rabbi
Schiff and Kabbi Landau. Cantor
Mamches will chant the liturgy.
Seats and tents will be set up
at the services and prayerbooks
will be furnished.
MEMBERS OF the second annual Greater
wish Federation mission v.
med >k from r<
: condifions in that country. Stai
riqhl Sidney Huben n
Huberrr.an, Dr. Garald Alexander,
rmsley R'bert Krinzman. M
Ite, Mrs. Harry Fermsley. Mrs.
ill :; >rnard Fuller. Herbert L
i Fuller. Norton Pallot. Mrs. A.
: Mrs. Herbert Login. Art]
tour lender, Myron Brodie. by-
H llywood lev/ish Foci i
' !rs. Myron Brod: S ited, def' I
Ml Gerald Alexander. A!
Miller, Paul Pyetan, guide, Herbart B i
in, Mrs. Herbert Bernstein and Edv/ard
man. Not shown. Dr. artd Mrs. Hyn
dm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Irving
bin.
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Federation Group Back From Israel
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Members of the second annual
('.renter Miami Jewish Federation
i iii to Israel arrived home this
week alter an extensive survey of
i it mils in Israel.
The mission was led by Norton
Pallot, 1968 t'JA campaign chair-
man of Miami, and Dr. Marry
Permsley, 1968 Hollywood cam
paign chairman, with Arthur S
R isichan, executive director of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
:i- tour leader.
In reporting on the mission. Mr
Rosichan and Mr. Pallot Indi-
cated that although morale in
i-raci Is extraordinarily high, con-
flicts, problems and hardships re-
suiting from the Six-Day War will
necessitate increased support from
American Jewry."
The mission traveled from the
Lebanese border in the North
through El Arish in the Sinai
Desert in the South, through the
West Bank of Jordan and the
Golan Heights section of Syria.
any future Immigration and ab- nancial support,
sorption. as well as the continua-
tion of service to the unabsorbed
immigrants now residing in Is-
rael."
Jjett lA/iiltea for t sjuoti
:ar
They noted that funds from the
Israel Emergency Fund in 1967
are now being used to pay work
relief expenses for some 20,000
families, most of them unskilled
immigrants who have come into
Israel in the last five to ten years
The third major problem, ac-
cording to the delegation is the
need to build a new line of agri-
cultural settlements around the
existing settlements on the borders.
The consensus ol the group was
that absorption for a considerable
number of Jews from the oriental
countries was sell a major prob-
lem and many unusual educational
experiments were beine made in
order to make sure that the chil-
dren of new immigrants from the
oriental countries receive the prop-
er kind of schooling so that they
will be able 'o compete with those
All members of the mission,
many of whom have not been ac-
tive in previous CJA campaigns,
have already volunteered their
services in next year's campaign,
because of their "deep feeling
about Israel and its needs for the
next few years." Mr. Rosichan de-
clared.
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Israels extraordinary expendi- On both an individual basis and
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MTK.J NATIOV
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d the <
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make f- 'the
B i- ry
'.en Bull cabled I N hea
aioag 'he canal are very disturb-
and arouse anxiety about the
iMlMSMM ol the cea-e-fue in
area He said he *u cou-
nted that many of these inci-
te could have been avoided if
o-rth paries had been Millie
r.ake nae of the I" N cease-fire
Tva'ton machinery and had
i .ir.piaincd directl) to the L S.
n ilitar> irers for remedr
reacting imp
I m I aaea '/ al
.aches of the cease-fire
Mr. Thant endorsed Gen. Bull's
position and urged both Israel
*nd Egypt "to exercise utmost
restraint in the Suei Canal sector
and, in particular, to observe
strictly the arrangements agreed
to by them."
Four I -r;= i lokMen were killed.
10 wounded in a dot-long bat-
tli- alonf the Suet Cana! thil
Ording to an official report in
Tel Aviv. Ten civilians were killed
and one injured Five of the ci-
killed in the Egyptian
!in2 of East Kantara and five
hen Egyptian shells hit an Israeli
freight train Bight of the civilian
casualtiei were Arabs living in the
i peninsula
Foreign Minister Maurice Coarve
Murville of France gave notice
t', the l"i ited Nations General As-
- mbly that there could In' no -
h tion to the Middle East proWem
-. uhout an agreemenl among the
leading poaren He ward Israel
against protracted delay in reach-
,, settlement with the Arab
and .
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< .eneiiauv aimpel the Arab siat,--
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N'atjo-- iteeM most have an im-
an; role to play b the -itua-
The tasks of surveillance
i .ntro: or liaison, ot formulating
nable s>ugestion- and of per-
- adins: both sides, he said, were
the L' N mission und*r the present
l.-c umtanct"- M de MuifiBe -aid
"each of the states Involved i.as
the right to live and to see its
irit) giia Other prob
!ems involved, he said were navi
I on the situation of the Pales-
tinil d 'he conditions
neighborhood" betwe-n the States
aid that no fait accompli with
territory or population
should Ik- considered or accepted "
Foreign Secretary George
Brown of Great Britain told the
General Assembly that Israel
must withdraw from the terri-
tories it has occupied following
the June war, but equally, Is-
rael's neighbors must recogniie
Israel's right to exist and Israel
must enjoy security within its
frontiers."
The British spokesman did not
offer a formula to achieve these
but advised the Assembly that
what we must work for in thi
area is a durable peace, the re-
nunciation of -til aggressive designs
jnd an end to policies inconsistent
with peace, he said that Britain
had not changed its position on
Jerusalem and asserted that the
question of Jerusalem was not an
true between Israel and Jordan
alone It mi^ht well be that a
First Child
For Joe Maleks
Weighinj in at 7 pounds. 8
cei a ton was born Sept _'>
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becami man.
i niti d Nations presence wi
have a part to plaj in all Ihla he
ired
l*aul \iartm. Canadian Minister
for External Mfairs, told the Aa
lentbiy thai lnie ihe withdrawal
Israeli foreea from the occupied
areas was vital, ii "must ha re-
lated tfi the other issues involved."
i i.ese he defined as "reaped for
thi territorial Integrity u all the
nations in the area and the end
ing ol claims to belligerency, ro<
tped for the rights of all nations
to innocent passage through Inter-
ational waterways, justice for the
refugee! ^ntl arrangement for the
preservation ol the special .spirit-
ual and religions interests in Jeru-
salem involviag, I would hope,
some form of international super-
ision by the United Nationi
The tinted St: tes and the Soviet
Union, meanwhile, denied categOl
ically that an understanding or
nt on an arms embargo to
the Middle East had been leached
here between the I'.S. and the So-
viet delegations A report that the
Ruasiani and the Americans had
discussed here a "tacit curb" on
arms for the Middle East appeared
in The New York Times
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Friday. October 6, 1967
p-Jenisti ffcrtdH&n
P i
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Convalescent Home Sets
Move To New Quarters
Segal Family Sells
Taxi Interests Here
When the residents of the Jewish
Convalescent Home of South Flor-
Ida pack their belongings next week ,
to make the short trip to their
niodern new home next door, one
man, more than any other, will
have the satisfaction of knowing a
job well done.
The man. Sidney Siegel. is exec-
utive director of the ten-year-old
institution which began as a dream I
in 1957 and has progressed to one
oi the nation's best equipped and
most modern geriatric care opera- \
(ions So highly respected is the,
Home that inquiries about its op- ]
, ration have come from as far
.may aa Melbourne. Australia.
Impetus for the Jewish Conva-
lescent Home's new facility was
provided by Mr. Siegel's accept-
ance of the executive director's wf o|(| cas, us no, an(,
Prior to that w,K.n m gmm f),t,|(k. m u, nol ^
lonely." Science is continually pro-
viding ua with new means of mak-
ing old age not only healthy but
meaningful The good people of
.Miami Beach must be commended
A pioneer Greater Miami family
has contracted to sell for nearly
S4 million its South Florida trans-
portation interests, which were
started in Miami in 1929 with two
taxicabs, it was revealed this week.
The Segal family. Miami Beach
n lidents since 1924. disclosed ne-
gotiations with Greyhound Corp.
which has contracted to acquire fices among its branches and At-
Williom Segal
Morris Segal
Stanley Semul
several Florida and Georgia trans-
portation companies owned by
William W. Segal. 6440 N. Bay Rd.,
Stanley L Segal, 4495 Nautilus Dr.,
and Norton N. Segal of South
Miami
The brothers are the sons of;
Morris Top" Segal. 1045 North
Shore Dr.. Normandy Isle, who es-:
tatli.shed the forerunner of the *S^.^*^*^?^.^
present companies more than 38
SIONFl S/fGfI
time
he had served for more than
., decade in the long-term care
administration f'eld at such placet
. the New Jersey Veteran's Hos-
pital and the Brooklyn Hebrew
Home ami Hospital for the Aged
Mr Siegel was slated to accept a
position in Portland. Maine when
the Board of Directors of the tinv
years ago.
The three Segal brothers will re-
main with 'he companies in ex-
ecutive capacities, according to
Gerald H. Trautman. president and
chief executive officer of Grey-
hound.
lanta Airport Transportation Inc.
Mall Transport Inc.. started in
I960 by the Segals to provide tight-
teeing and shopper trams on the
Lincoln Road Mall, is not included
in the transaction.
According to an announcement
iade jointly
Segal brothers. >ome 161.000 shares
in
of common stock are involved
the transaction.
From their modest Miami Beach
beginning with a Studebaker and
a Huppmobilc, the Segal family
has built up a ground transporta
tion system which is the largest of
its type south of Washington. D.C.
Main firms involved in the trans-
action include Red Top Sedan Today, the transit fleet operated
, Service. Inc.. which has exclusive by the Segal brothers numbers
for their wholehearted support of ,i|rousiiie ^n.icc bcfweon Mianlj more than 150 airport coaches and
this concept. International Airport and Miami over 1.000 rental ear units, a
Sidney Siegel must also be com Reach as well as other Dade and dozen VII' Cadillac and Lincoln
Jewish Convalescent Home of mended for playing a major role Rroward points; Yellow Rent-a-Car Continental limousines, and 16
South Florida first approached him in this awakening." Inc.. with three Miami Beach of trams.
lo take over the leadership of their
fledgling facility.
The Home at that time was lo-
,.itel in a renovated hotel at 300
Collins Ave whose antique vintage
was apparent at first glance The
Board of Director! felt that direct
action was needed to stimulate
public interest in the Home and
that Mr. Siegel was the man not
only to operate the Home on a day-
lo day basis, but to create this
necessary interest.
One of the new director's first
moves was to institute an annual
fund raising dinner dance at a ma
jor hotel Called the "New Hori'
/.ons Dinner" to point up the need
for a now outlook on life as well
as a new facility for the Home's
residents, the dinners were an
immediate success both socially
and financially. Close to 1.000 per-
sons attended the third annual
dinner held at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on April 1st of this year
Another Siegel innovation was
the creation of the Home's annual
Man of the Year Award." This
award is made at the "New Hori
/ons Dinner" each year to tin-
man whom 'he Home's Board of
Directors believes has contributed
most .significantly to the service of'
the Jewish community during the
past year. Recipients of the highly
respected award here have includ-
ed A C Fine. Jack Stein. Michael
Forte, and U-onard Zilbert.
U IS obvious to the public, but of
even greater importance to the1
eventual comfort and care of the
Home's residents, was Mr. Siegel's
insistence on the procurement of
the finest and newest equipment
and staff for the new building. Fa
cilitioj will include on -premise
clinics for every type of medical
and therapeutic care, with pro-
visions for outpatient participation
as well.
Energetic and progressive in his
[thinking. Mr Siegel is not content
to sit back and look at the Home's
beautiful new building and regard
I his mission as finished.
"We must continue to improve
lour care of the aged."' says Mr.
ISiegel. "The public is only begin-
ning to accept the wisdom of the
I Bible's admonishment that When
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NOW!
"FURNITURI'-'APPllANCtS"
"ClOTHING"-"Jf.WlRY," etc.
"All Items Tax Deduct.ble"
CALL 696-2101
Before moving his family he
.Morris Segal resided in Boston
where he was engaged in real
estate and construction. Upon mov-
ing to South Florida in 1924. the
elder Segal resumed his real esta'e
activities, erecting the LcJeune
Apartments, later the Universitv >(
Miami music dormitory.
When the real estate market be-
came saturated, Segal embarked
on his taxicab careerusing hi-
two family cars for trips in the
Miami and Gables sectionsand in
1929 began taxi operations on .Mi-
ami Beach is Segal Safety Cab
Company.
William Segal drove a cab in
Miami Beach during the early days
ot the company.
The Segals created the Yellow
Cab System in 1953. Fight yea -
later they moved from antiquati I
quarters to the company's present
headquarters at 1000 NW Ix-.Ieune
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Ui. Announces Cut In Plans To Train Arab Army Off cers
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National Thtrtrt Group
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thanks for deliverance
...and prayers
for a happy,
peaceful
New Year.
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Lincoln Mail at Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 531-73H
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Florida, Friday. October 6 1967
S>- t. >r! B
600 Expected At Dinner Sunday
In Tribute To Rabbi Abramowitz
Benad AvIUl, Israels First Sec-
[ etarj in Its embassy in Washing
will take part in the tribute
10 Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Sun-
ida) night at the Fontainebleau
el, where more than 600 per-
.,.,. are expected to attend the
lOinner marking the Chai (18th) An-
, rsary of Temple Menorah of
in Beach. The event will also
feature the formal presentation of
contract ot life tenure to Rabbi
Abramowitz.
Announcement of Avital s visit
BENAD AVITAL
.,, ., repre ent
-
/ ., nati '
!
Ihl 6 0 famil) i
United States Senator Eugene J.
McCarthy will be th" principal
speaker at the banquet, according
to honorary chairman Isidore Drell,
vice president of Temple Menorah.
Max Krauss. honorary president ot
he synagogue, is general dinner
chairman with Robert Siege) ban-
quet chairman
The dinner also wiii mark the
start ol an effort to burn the
mortgage on the synagogue, wh'ch
has expanded into a facility cur-
rently valued at $1,100,000 includ-
ing a new social hall, school build-
ing. chapel and a main sanctuary
that has been enlarged four times
to keep pace with the membership
increase.
Messages congratulating Rrbbi
Abramowitz arrived this week from
key international and national
leaders of Jewish organizations.
Among those who sent special
statements wen Dr Louis Finkel-
,.mi). chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary "f \merica
and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chiel
executive offict i ol Ihe State ol
Israel Bonds organization and for-
mer national director of the United
Jewish Appeal.
Rabbi Abramowitz worked with
Dr Schw.nt/. in Europe lor several
years at Ihe close of Wo: Id War II
in relic, work for the survivors of
the Hitler holocaust and in spent
ing their transportation t<> Israel.,
rh rabbi was chaiplain for the
i s Vrmj in Berlin, th -n became
to n ltal> t n lit Joint Dis
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having so d'sl
1
I greet with utmost affection and
respect."
Rabbi Allen Rutchik, Southeast
egional director of the United
Synagogue of America, will give a
special prayer of rabbinic life
tenure.
Cantor N'ico Feldman. also a na-
tive of Israel, will sing a new son':.
"Jerusalem, the Golden." which
sprang to instant fame during last
summer's Six-Day War.
A reception at fi p.m. will pre-
cede the dinner, with Len Dawson
and liis Fontainebleau society or-
chestra providing continuous music.
Other messages congratulating
the rabbi came from the National
Conference of Christians and .lews,
t'nited Jewish Appeal. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. B'nai
H lith. Mt. Sinai Hospital and nu-
merous other organizations and
individuals.
LOOKING OVER reservation list for the Chai Anniversar
Dinner of Temple Menorah are (left to right) Isidore Dre'.'
honorary chairman; Leo:;r:rd Rosen, president of ihe Mi
Beach congregation; and Max Krauss, general dinner
chairman.
Probe Nazi Party Ties of Gl's In Germany
DUESSELDORF (JCNSi- The Bobby Pace, a 21-year-old medi-
cal orderly, whose unit is station."!
at Augsburg in South Germany
said to be the "plenipotentiary" in
Europe of the American National
Socialist White People's Party.
He is a former bodyguard of the
late Rockwell and he has repeated-
ly expressed open admiration tor
Hitler.
An American military court in United States soldiers are not
Frankfurt sentenced a soldier to banned from membership of the
three months' imprisonment for American Nazi Party, which is not
refusing an order to stop Nazi ac- included In the list ol subversive
tivities. organizations.
United States military authorities
have opened inquiries into the ac-
tivities of a number of American
servicemen who are reported to be
members ot the American Nazi
Party of the late George Rockwell
and said to be propagating their
idea* among their colleagues and
the West German public, according
to informed circles in Frankfurt.

B'nai B'rith Mulls Latin
American I HI lei Groups
' \'; \i \s \ en< luela A pro
-.. to i ibli ih Hillel Founda-
tions at leading Latin American
iv. ties as a step toward re-
ersmg the "growing indifference
to Jewish identity" on the part of
college-age youth was approved
this week by the International
Council ol B'nai B'rith at its an-
nual convention here.
The proposal was introduced by
Dl William Wexler, international
president of B'nai B'rith. who not-
ed that the first latin American
Hillel Foundation was opened last
month at the University of Ven-
ezuela He urged the initiation of
Mmilar campus programs at uni-
versities in Mexico City, Buenos
hires and Lima.
The Council also discussed plans
for developing in Latin America a
corps of trained, native-born lead-
ers, rabbis. Jewish educators and
community workers to el feet the
1-atin American Jewish communi-
ty's 'transition from the immigrant
culture of lamely European colora
tion to a rooted Jewish community,
with institutions and activities in
digenous to the Latin American en-
vironment."
Dr Wexler viewed Latin Ameri-
can Jewry as being in "a painful
process of maturing." He stressed
his view that Jewish youth pro
grama must not depend on im
ports from aboard, but must be
Latin American sponsored. Latin
American styled, and rooted in
Lai n Vmerican surroundings"
Discus-iions w< < also held bj the
Council on plans for wide expan-
sion of B'nai B'rith youth activities
in Latin American count lies which
now have only six widely scattered
chapters with a total membership
of 400 Jewish youngsters. Another
topic on the agenda was anti-
Semitism In Latin America ami re-
lations in the southern hemisphere
between Jews and the Catholic
Church.
The Council in resolutions adopt
ed at the convention, urged the
free nations of the world to make
arms, particularly aircralt, avail-
able to Israel as a deterrent to fur-
ther out: leaks of hostilities in the
Middle Fast. Representatives of
B'nai B'rith constituencies in 48
countries warned that the failure
of the Western nations to offset the
rearming of the "still intransigent
Arabs,' could only give encour-
agement to Arab leaders seeking a
fourth round against Israel.
The Council also called on the
B'nai B'rith units to appeal to their
governments to support the princi-
ple of direct negotiations between
Israel and the Arab states, and
urged the B'nai B'rith membership
to encourage emigration to Israel,
along with integrated investment
programs in Israel providing both
capital and technicians" Council
members were not overly optimis-
tic that the Western countries
would produce the 100.000 immi-
grants annually Israeli leaders
seek from them, but foresaw a
''marked increase" over the rate
of past years
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HAPPY XEW YEAR
loin-*', pro.*pritv.
hoalth. g'tMMl will so all .
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Friday. October 5. 1917
70th Anniversary Of First Congress Marked In Basle
BASLE tJTA. Personalities
prominent in Jewish life and the
Zionist movement participated in
the 70th anniversary celebration ol
the Kirs World Zionist Congress.
The ceremony was held in the
Basle Stadkasmo where Thcodor
Herzl convened the first assembly
n 1887.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president
of the World Zionist Organization,
said it was the policy* of the Zionist
Fortas: Israel Can't Yield Integrity
CHICAGO. (JTA) Associate
Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas
told 2.000 delegates and guests at
the Women's American ORT 19th
biennial convention here that no
government or organization had
the right to ask Israel to compro-
mise its integrity.
He asserted that no one "has
the right to demand or expect that
Israel should accept political humi-
liation or any settlement which
invites renewed attacks upon her
or that Israel should admit, how-
ever, indirectly, the legitimacy of
efforts to destroy her."
The jurist expressed the belief
that "within the framework of
basic principle and fundamental
need and justice, I am sure that all
of us similarly hope for a resolu-
tion that will bring peace and pro-
gress to the people of the Arab
nations. They, like the people of
Israel, are entitled to no less."
OrganiMtion from the outset to
settle and build, rather lhan to
conquer and rule. The Zionist
movement today, he said, pursues
no power politics but remains true
to its ideology, which is education
and the upbuilding of the State of
Israel in partnership with her peo-
ple and government
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, chief of
staff of the Israel Army, said that
Israel and the Jewish people had
never wanted war. but when there
, was no other way. the Israel Army
: knew how to fight. Israel's sol-
diers, he said, were not imbued
with hatred but fought for their
'' country and tlieir homes.
Zvi I.urie. a member of the Jew-
ish Agency executive, presided
over the meeting which was also
addressed by the president of the
Oasle canton government.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan
and Stanley;
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Brickman
Karen, Patti and Kenneth
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M.
Ginsburg
and Lynn Elaine
wish their relatives
and friends
A Happy New Year
EST WISHES
FOR THE
NEW YEAR
TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH
COMMUNITY
J UV
**? *
MIAMI FEDERATION
OF MUSICIANS
LOCAL 655. A. F. ol M.
">resident. Frank I. Coecio'.J
MR. and MRS. ALEX SCHNEIDMAN
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LUCILLE R. BRUNNER-REALTOR
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VECTOR HOTEL
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FONTANA HOTEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
Extend Happy New Year Greetings To All
A HAPPY NEW YLAR
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I
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JEWISH LEGITIMATE THEATRE AND CONCERT STAGE
MICHL GIBSON
UPON HIS 75th BRTHDAY
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Friday. October 6. 1967
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Page 3-B
. ..
. tzAtbout jicoplc and i"
"ISRAEL LIVES" will be th* theme o; Hi i
' :- a
' n University in H til t.
members who I r-' .
' first-hand repor theli
. Participants are (left to right) Mesdames Philip Thau.
... Max Weitz, Trudy Hamerschlag and N
Mrs. M l< Sirkin is chapter president, and Mrs. ]a -
;or is serving as program chairman. To be held
1 : Lido Hot' rvations will be required for attendance
it ;:ie brunch.
National Council Jewish Women Divisions
Slate Talks at Wednesday Meetings
at South Dde Division's 9:15 a.m.
meeting at the Sweden House.
14875 South Dixie Highway
Greater Miami Section. National
( ouncil of Jewish Women's seven
division! will meet Wednesday to
hold their monthly membership
meetings.
Bay Division will hear Know
Your Neighbor" panelists at 11:30
a m at Surfside Community ("en-
t< r 9301 Collins \ve.
* *
"Council Onstage" will be the
isical production presented to
Coral Division numbers at Hillel
ndation, 1100 Miller Drive, at
,i m.
Mrs Sidney Lewis will sp*. Lincoln Division about "Council s
' ire" .it noon at the Algiers
Mrs Henry K.i'.iban w ill en-
ain.
Indian Creek Division will '
' re an original musical skit b)
1 larence Freedman at the
v.,, lie Hotel at noon.
"National Council in a Nutshell"
be the topic ol Mrs. Irving
tier's talk to Islands Division .it
12 30 ai the Algiers Motel
Shores Division's noon meeting
Ut -t\ i, w Countrj Club will
.it;ht Dr. David Lehman's
thought! on "Tei nag< Pi rental
Alert." regarding drugs, sex and
alcohol temptations.

The controversial question "Kin-
dergartenTo Be or Not To Be"
will be answered b> Jack Gordon
SHE ONLY HAD ONE PICTURE
Georgia (Mrs William I.) Brenner, fortunately
OX uiilortuuati'K as the case nay be. onlj had one
picture to show "f her grandchildren. Son Steve
and Carolyn and Robby and Greg have moved
From Atlanta to Houston, rexas However since
the Brenners arc going there for Thanksgiving,
no doubt Georgia will come home with a whole
new batch ol pictures.
TRAVELING
The Milton Sjrkins have been doini some ex-
tensive traveling. They have been traveling back
and li.itn to Kendall to see son. Josh and his
wife and the three kids.
GUESS WHAT
You'll never believe this one Sol and Goldie
Goldstein, relaxing at home had to find so
thing to do. They made pretzels. You can find
them in the frozen food department.
A NEW VETERAN ON THE WAY
Danny and Diane Heller bought a new house
on Di Lido Island They need a bigger one be-
cause around the first of the year there will be
either a new veteran to help D.mn\ or a new
woman member of ort. Mona, Lisa and Douglas
are uist as excited as their parents about the
new arrival. The Hellers just came hack ironi a
glorious trip, including Canada. Maine. New
Hampshire and Mass
I REMEMBER! I REMEMBER!
I remember when I was at Rita and Harold
Stone's house and their little son Bobby yelled
Boo at me from behind the door and scared
me out of my wits. Now he just graduated from
ctcc$
nine weeks of basic training at the Great Lakes
11. Naval Trail enter. It's not Bobhv bu1
Robert I. v' aman. Better not yell "Boo a
the Admiral
WHO IS THAT?
Dotty Kaplan kept asking her husband I.eon
who the Harriet G een was that he was phoning
and couldn't reach Harriet Green's husband. Mil-
ton, also asked his wife, when she came horiu
from the Pioneer convention who was the I
Kaplan who was calling her Both spouses are
satisfied Leon Kaplan, Federation president was
calling Harriet to tell her that she had beer
selected as the recipient of the 1967 Presidents
Leadership Award of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
SOME GOT LOST
Tema (Mrs. Morn- Burk gives good directions
The only trouble is that some people don't know
how to follow directions, good or bad. But every-
one got to her in use at last Such a buzzing went
on as the Alpha Epsilon Phi's had their first
meeting of the year. The woung married! couldn't
remember married names and the old married-
just felt old. Fran Mrs. Burton) Levey, the pre.-
ident, could remember everyone's name Maybe
that is the reason there was such a jam. Amonj.
those eating the board's delicious home mad<
Arthur Gilbert. Mrs Marvin Gilman. Mrs. James
Gordon, Mrs Richard Helfman. Mrs. Albert Morri-
son, Jr., Mis Fred Ober, Mrs Kenneth Treister
Mrs Max Spiegelman. Mrs. Martin Spector. Mrs
S Richard Rubin and Mrs. Paul Marchand.
Frances Lehman
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We hope the coming months will be
filled with many shining moments,
including the warmth of new friendships
and the joy of old ties with those
you love and surmounting them all,
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m ..-. WITH '.ah


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*Jcnist> fkrldton
Friday. October 6. 19-7
Jewish Cooking

TWO TRADITIONAL FOODS
:
S
*or all I the High Holv Days an- not a time
t. after the evening service at the -
live, and spec A foods are the order of the day
Menus vary from home to home depending on family custom .md
ma I tastes, but two item* are sure to be found: hone;, ami n d
rruit Moae) symbolizes the hope for a -wee: and pleasant
fruit is orobably a legacy from the time when Roh Hashona
fa har\' al.
I -mred by tradition. Orange Honey Chicken combines honey
and fresh oranges in a tart-sweet basting sauce for baked chicken
rnish of fresh orange sections and warm spicing
r Orange Honey Chicken is a festive suggestion from the
makers of Planters Oil.
ORANGE HONEY CHICKEN
1 (4 pound i chicken, cut in I'inch salt
serving pieces 1 3 cup Planters Peanut Oil
a orange :4 cup honey
2 teaspoons ground ginger Orange slices
Rub chicken pieces with half orange. Sprinkle with 1 tea.-poon
ground ginger and salt. Combine Planters Peanut Oil. honey and
remaining teaspoon ginger. Arrange chicken in baking disii and
bru>h with honey mixture.
Roast in moderate oven (350 Fi Hi to 2 hours, basting occa-
sionally with the honey mixture Garnish with orange slices before
serving. Makes 4 o servings.
POTATO KUGEL
Unique to the Jewish style of cookery are kugels, a distinctive
breed of podding-touffk filled with minced vegetables, noodles,
shredded meat. fish, poultry or fruit. Kugels items, apnoarine as main dishes, accompaniments or desserts
Kugels are a traditional feature of the High Holy Days Al-
though Jewish cooks treasure many unusual kugel recipes, the
Potato Kugel is tsure to be found in most homes Essentially a
souffle made with grated potatoes and flavored with, onion and
par-ley. Potato Kugel is a versatile addition to any menu. Planters
Oil, the lightest of tm? common cooking oils, keeps this egg-rich
cloud-l gbt and airy,
[g yolks 1 tablespoon chopped parsley
tips grated potatoes l teaspoons sail
cup grated onion teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoon. Planters Oil S egg white-, stiffly beaten
Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon colored: add grated
Mix in the grated onion. Planters Oil. chooped parsley
salt and pepper Fold potato mixture into the stiffly beaten
whites Pour into an oiled 1 quart casserole. Bake in a moderate
i350 F.l for 40 minutes, or until done
MINIATURE NUT FRUITCAKES
Fruit-filled sweets are an important part of the menu-making
II for a sweet and fruitful year to come Rich
fruit cakes are ixipular holidaj treats for festiv< desserts as i ;'
p ality.
Miniature Nut Fruitcakes baked in paper-lined muffin cups
to I md serve Brimming with colorful cai
' and richly spiced with cinnamon, allspice and lured, made with light Planters
I fact, iffin-like quality of Miniature Nul Fruil
it home .:- a sweet br< accompany the
tidbit.
. cup firm!) packed brown
sugar
1 teaspoon
on baking
U .: moon r und cinnamon
! ground allspice
i i loves
cup -I., i e pin e
i tips chopped Planters
h v nuts
2 i -l -po ind jari candied
mixed f -nit- and peels
i dark ins
ed ( andied ch
ft< flour
cup Planters Peanut oil
2 eggs
l" 'wl thorough!} combine Planters English Walnuts.
arid peels candied cherries and cup
oi Hour set aside.
In a small mixer bowl combine Planters Peanut oil. eggs and
n sugar Meat at medium -peed for 2 minutes, sera]
O&bowl occasionally. Sift together remaining i cup flour -alt. bak-
ing powder, c iiuiam.iii. al'-pice and (loves. Stir into oil mixture
alternately with orange juice. Pour mixture over nuts and fruits:
blend well, lour mixture into 24 medium-sized mutfm cups lined
with paper baking cups.
Hake in a moderate oven (350 F.) for 30 to 35 minutes, or
until done. Remove from muffin cups and place on wire racks to
COOl. If desired, brush with warm corn syrup to glaze. Makes 24
individual cakes
Adflitional recipes, specially keyed to the Sabbath and major
Jewish holidays, are featured in the lavishly illustrated 40-page.
cookbook. "Festive Manna" compiled by Miriam Field Appetisers;
main dishes, accompaniments and desserts, both old and new-
are interspersed with bit. of history and legend, and enriched with
reproductions of unusual woodcuts from rare eld bibles and medi-
eval manuscripts "Festive Manna' Ls free with the lal>el or cap
liner from a bottle of Planters Oil. Write to: Planters Oil, C o The
Jewish Flondian, P O. Box 2973. Miami Fla 33101.
'V Features
New Courses
A -....- of new c<
adu! added to the fall
the VM VWHA
Greater Miami, according to Paul
Faske, "Y" pi
W trim and slim club, to be
Y" Sk
lay at 10 am for a
.ram to include pointers on
proper diet, good grooming and
health
At 11:15 am following the Y
era, a i lass I r senior citizens
will be held with special exercises
- and swimming.
V ir those interested in painting
and drawing, a Fine Arts class has
been added to the program. L'nder
the direction of Mrs Ruth Shi
sky, the course will be aiv^-n on
Mondays at 9:30 am. with the
fir-; one -chedulcd for Oct 30
A second section has been added
to the Basic Sewing Class and is
; Tuesdays at 12:15 p m
with Mrs Rita Honor as instrw I
An additional section has
been added to the Decoupage art
on wood Class which will be
on Thursday, Nov. 2 at 7:30 p
Instructor will be Milton Leiber
man
Dr Murray Heiken, psycholo-
gist, will discuss "Modern Living
for the Single Adult" at Hie first
monthly meeting of the "Y" So-
cial Singles Club at the Y build-
in.*}, 8500 SW 8th St., on Monday
at 8:30 p.m. Dancing will con-
clude the evening's program.
The second in the 3 part series
of "Modern Living for the Single
Adult" will feature Dr. Ted Aid-
man, and the third session on
Dec. 11. will be led by Mrs Laura
Rose.
Chairman of the series is Mrs.
Betty Hoover. Also on the commit-
tee are Morris Newmark and
Hewitt Weiss
Also planned for the club is a
square dance to be held at the
VMHA on Saturday. Oct. 28. at
830 p.m. Bill Palmatier. profes-
sional caller, will be on hand to
sing out the do-si-dos. "
The club is open to single adults.
28 to 50 years of age. and provides
social and cultural activities for
men and women in the Miami
area.
Skit- and songs were presented
at the annual fall "Get Acquainted"
meeting of the Presi lent- Com
of the Junior High Clubs of the
Miami Beach V.mha recently.
Presidents of the clubs are Tov
Rosanne Weiss; Sydai, is......
Davidson: Lepage, shelly Spiro;
Debs,'Cookie Wil-on: Lords. Allan
Kir.-chman. Squire-. Howard Wish-
ner.
The VM11A program for Junior
High student* 7th to Dth
provides teenagers with a group
experience and Jewish orientation.
Each club has it- own constitu-
tion and a Special ti point am
program is earned oul it cons
of community service, Jewish as
iation, cultural, athletic, social
and leadership development.
Sen. Weisseiihorn
Is (wnest Speaker
Lee Wei--enborn will
be guest speaker on Honda)
IS at the meeting of the South
Dade Pos ans
to Be held in the Dade FedeiV
103rd St. and South Dixie H
Sen WeissenBoi t will
be the anti-di-er mint -la
tion he ha- introduced in I
:.. ire
An attorney. Sen Weissenborn
his political career in IBM
treasurer ot the Voung I"
Cratic Clubs of Florida, he then
.. deles' ite si lai ft to the
I960 Democratic national conven-
tion, served in the Stale House ol
Representative! in I9;i and 1965,
and was elected to the Stati
in 1966
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people have been saying. All the steak you care to
eat for only 52.10? You folks must be crazy! Were
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plus the huge roast beef that's always on our din-
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eJewisli Florxdliaiti
Oct-
1967
B
rCS Meetings
Sfiiiii Week
The Jewish Family and ( hildren's
Service membership campaign,
under the chairmanship of Dr.
Melvin I. Becker, will ;
ii -I in ;i sei
"ii Mondaj r.. nin; i the
home r,f Arthur Hurwitz, 1141 NE
iVoth Si
Emanuel Pollack, member of the
board ol directors and chairman
>f the membership committee, .'.ill
:liscu~~ the vanou- programs and
campaign plans
The Women's Committee, JFCS
^ continuing its series of informal '
"Get Acquainted" meetings on
Wednesday, 10 a m., at the home
>f Mrs, (ail Goldman, (>"><) NE
176th Street
Mis. Eugene ii Kate, president
I the Women's Committee, will
ie principal speaker.
on Thursday, Oct. 12th, at 12:30
' in Mrs. James l ohen and Mr-.
Sdward Galler will host a meeting
.t the home oi Mrs Cohen, 1251
Mth si Bar Harbor
Mrs, Harold Hand mem be i JFCS
ward, will discuss the varied ser
ice- rendered b> the Women's
'ommittee
MF EUGENE KOMRAD left) membershi]
...
bited at I i .
.
' presid
.' membei
I .s Mrs. I
TO the Members of HtSTADRUT
Mrs. Femstein and I wish yoo a
Happy and Healthy New Year
I n';c rat rhis opportunity to thank the members o*
HI1TADRUT "or their cooperation while I was President ot
ISRAEl HISTAORUT COMMITTEE OF GREATER MIAMI.
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FORMfcR PRESIDENT
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To All. Season's Best Wishes
MR. and MRS. ALBERT GOODSTEIN
and FAMILY
DeamMartw Georgeiward <
l(Vt TO WILL'
till* TO LtVf
jean simmons
Rough Night in Jericho
TECHNICOLOR* A IftMMi P M ,
Mrs. Rosenberg
Heads Academy PTA
Mrs Harry i: senberi; was in
tailed as pi | thv Hebrew
Academy PTA at ;i meeting on
Wednesdaj evening
I'.irent of [\\ 0
children who at
tend the Acad
cm). Mis Roa
i b has a
B a degree in
K n g 1 i s h and
journalism from
the University ot
Miami, and fol
lowing gradua-
tion was editoi
Mrs. H. Rosenberg of the monthh
Tourist Index."
Theme tor the coming school
year will be Self Renewal." Four
point program proposed bj Mrs
Rosenberg stresses "parent educa
Hon. service to the school, Rnan
cial assistance for expansion oi
i.in,,i> and audio visual activities,
and establishing closet home-school
relationships
Mi. Rosenberg lives at 8891
\ Ba) Rd. Her husband, active in
many local civic and religious or
ganiiations, serves as a director of
tin Hebrew Academy, and is a
founder of the MeaivtS Senior High
School which he serves as mem-
bership chairman.
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Friday, October 6. 196'
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WORKING TO SERVE YOU BETTER
A New Name to Fit Our Recent
Accomplishments and Provide a
Background for Future
Progress
DAVID DABNEW, Ph.D
Executive Director
GLADYS FRECHTEL, R.N.
Nursing Supervisor
RICHARD MAFFE
Comptroller
IRENE SMITH A.D.A.
PARKWAY
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Friday October 6, 1967
Ellen Shapiro.
Richard Newberg
Exchange \ The tormer Ellen Irene Shapiro
tanged vows with Richanl l.
rberg in .i ceremonj hold at
i r Doral Country c'lui> mi Sunday.
Ocl l Dr Leon Kromsh officiated
inc eai ly afternoon nap:
.i reception and formal lunch
i u in honor of the newlyweda
hold al tho Doral.
["he bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Annette Shapiro. 353 \\. 47th St.,
: id the late Samuel \V. Shapiro.
Her bridegroom is the .-on of Mr.
. I Mr- Voe Nowhere 5161 Col-
I \n
diven in marriage !>> her broth-
er, Alan Shapiro, new Mrs. New-
berg selected a traditional floor
h nuth wedding gown of Chantilly
lace over white bridal satin. Fash-
ioned in the empire style, it lea
ed a fitted skirt. Ion;: .!<, \ c-
with full cuffs and scalloped neck
l ie The shoulder-length French
i usion was held bj ihatefaing
1 k crown, and she carried babj
0 chids on her confirmation bible
attendants al the wedding, car-
d out in pink and white, in
led Mr- Maurice Friedland,
i e bridi stei ho set ved as
i'. atron oi honor. Mrs I
Schwartz sist o >m. Mi -
a ichael London Mr-. Harry Pay-
t. n and Mi Delia Salzberg
Dr Louis Newbei g serve l as
li brothei beat man. and among
u-hors were Lawrence Schwartz.
William Greenwald, Harold Sha-
1 mi. the bride's brother. Dennis
Si .rin and Maurice Friedland.
Mow teaching at Robert E. Loo
Ji mor High, the bride is a gradu-
ate oi Miami Beach High, attended
Ti 'nple University where she was
live in main campus aff
s rved as president of Del'j Phi
l silon mm al sorority She ro-
i'.' in education fi mi
tl University of Miami
The bridegroom earned a B.A.
i gree al the University of Miami
and attend -d li v school in Chi-
i He is a member of Alpha Ep-
s on l'i. social fraternity Delta
Sigma Pi, business fraternity, and
i- associated with a stock brokers
ci ncern
On their return from a wedding
1 p through Florida, the newly
w ds will live in Miami
Miami Beach Hadassah Groups Plan
Films, Music, Book Reviews for October
Bibor Stern.
president.
Mrs. Jos. Meyer is
Fifty-two North MJami Beach followed by a report on the 53rd
women have formed a new group National Convention given by Mrs
of Hadassah. bringing the number irwin Shapiro, president Mrs Re-
coups in the Miami Chapter of tfna Balin will entertain with
Hadassah to 14. i Otos.
Mrs. Samuel Steinberg, chapter
pros,dent, announced that the The B.y Harbor Group will hold
The Morton Towers Group will
hold its meeting on Tuesday at the
Algiers Hotel A brunch snack will
be served at 11:30 a.m followed by
1'ie Him premiere of "The Goal is
Peace." Mrs. Hattie Wagner is pro
gram chairman Mrs Bmanuel
Mentz is president

The Southgate Group will meet
group chose the name Mayim. the ts regular luncheon meeting 01. '< ~""-- ~'~- "'" '<
Hebrew word for water, to sym- Monday. 11:30 am. a. the Hal on Monday,,11p.m. 'n e
bolize the water surrounding their ..oral Hotel Mrs Esther Tyson Room <> So \ "-'
,'ouit Fas. residence, and to call *ill review the book "Ernestine been arranged Mrs Max Coh n is
attention to Israels need for water Rose" by Yuri Suhl Mrs Benja- president
Newly elected president. Mrs.
Dorothx Beaderman, conducts the
meetings at the Arts and Gratis
Center of the complex.
Torah Group will honor new
nin steinmullei n president.
The Forte Towers Group Will
The Israeli Group will hold its hold its monthly meeting on Mon-
meeting on Monday, noon, at the 'lay- 12:30 p.m.. in the North Bldg
Algiers Hotel Program will be a
MRS. RICHARD NEWBERC
Belli Solomon
Names New Rabbi
Re\ Samuel Glassman has been
tied new spiritual leader and
cantor ol Beth Solomon Congl
lion
A nativi Now Yorker, Rev.
Glassman received his Hebrew and
religious training at the Yeahiva
Torah Vodaath in Brooklyn. N.Y.
He studied voice with the late
famous Now York City cantors.
Mosha Kousevitsky, Ben Zion Kap-
pov Kagan. and Zaidel Rovner
Rev. Glassman has occupied pul-
pits in Marinette, Wi., St. Paul
and Minneapolis. Minn., Yar-
mouth. Nova Scotia and Steuben-
ville, Ohio.
Auditorium A film. This is the
members at a "noon luncheon and candle lighting cercmoin led by Hour." will 1m- shown, and a con
fashion show Monday at Knights Mrs sol Silverman. and vocal so- vention report will be given >
of .Pythias Hall. 4601 W Flagler iM |)V Ml> l(i;, M.n Levine, ac- president, Mrs Frances Sass Mrs
St. Mrs. Ralph Hankin. Chapter companied piano b] Olga Ida S Klite is program chairman
membership vice president, will
speak to the group. _______________

Chaim Woizmann Group will -
meet at 8 p.m. Mondaj at Carpen
ters Hall. 151 \W 37th Ave. Fea
tured speaker ts Miss Fredlyn Ros-
enfeld, who worked in Israel this
past summer.
Beach UN Hosts State Confab
The Miami Beach Chapter, Unit-
ed Nations Association of the Unit-
ed states, will be host to the State
Com cut ion which will be held at
the Seville Hotel Nov. 24. 25 and
26. and members of the Chapters
in Dade County will participate
WIDOWER EARLY 70s
desires housekeeper or couple tc
share home gratis in exchange for
normal housekeeping routine
Write W. E., Box 2973, Miami
33101.
Naomi Group will view a film
highlighting the Youth Aliyah pro-
gram at its Monday meeting at
8:15 p.m. at the YM YWHA of
Greater .Miami B500 SW 8th St.
The Henrietta Szold Group will
hold us regular October meeting
on Monday, 12:30 p.m., at the Al-
giers Hotel Guesl speaker will be
Mrs Norman Meyers, moo presi-
dent Of chapter, and musical se-
lections will be offered by mem-
ber, Mrs. Esther Weiss Mrs. Sol
Greenberg is president.
The Shaloma Group will hold its
meeting on Tuesday, noon, at the
Algiers Hotel The luncheon will be
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Friday, October 6, 1967
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yours,
h
i .ill cloihi arc to ar-
n dui town and then
reactions lo hat we :ll
be \\. aring this season
Mrs Bernard Bernstein is dc
lighted with the influx oi loung-
. nbles Tin- long hostess
oi (he pajamas that are --"
- for entertaining .!<-.
i Mrs Bei nstein's opinion, com
pletcl) feminine and glamorous
t tin it tbe hostess the co
! oinf withqul a foundation
and hosi without sacri-
i ladylike appearance
->. ; ggesl ihiii you should
wear i color that complements
eoi oi >our home when en-
When going out she
jikes the bold, hnyht colors and
prints especially geometries if
about to purchase your
first .it home" ensemble, she
ii-n suggests that you staj within
opular price range until you
find which style is must com-
fortable for you, For example, the
flowing sleeve is beautiful to
look ut. but not at all practical if
iu are serving snacks or a buf-
fet supper.
Mrs Stanley l> Golden finds
the fall clothing that she's seen is
most interesting, she feels that
we are going back a little into
fashion history, but tuat the re-
sult is most flattering. The took)
look is definitely on its way out
and she is glad that the feminine
ire coming back Kelts are
returning to the fashion scene
and the sophisticated black,
and Mrs Golden thinks it's about
the fashion houses brought
bai > the softei more feminine
Clot
She still isn't satisfied with the
'en :Ui of ttie day tune dresses
tb.it an currently a\ ailable here
Pai >- has 'hup; .,i -be hemline,
"i man) cases to the middle of
tin' knee and rarelj nine than an
inch above The clothes that are
cut in the mini or modified mini
th are fine tor teenagers with
long slim legs, but si,,. fe. N that
the more mature woman needs
the longer length ir, ordi
achieve a more desirable fashion
image' The warm colors meet
with her approval as the) ar,
bright without being -and)
Mis Marvin Oro think- the
Itei s ^ clothes ar.- marvelous
tor tall You can find anythi
suit your mood or fancy, from
th i tailored to the frilly Fabrics
run the gamut, with a new feeling
for this part of the countrj in lots
ot sheer wools, knits, flannels,
and wool jerseys woven with gos-
sanier-threads o! gold or silver
Dresses and gowns are jeweled
with lets, paillettes crystals, -ll
ver lined bugle beads and minia-
ture caviar beads
The 'otal look for evening is
most important this season.
Opaque hose should match your
shoes, and the hose come in all
colors This is the look for the
short cocktail dresses according
to Mrs. Gross
She believes the nicest thing
that has happened to fashion is
the look of the long -own. When
wearing a correctly fitted gown
there is nothing else that gives a
woman such an elegant and regal
feeling. Mrs Gross especially
likes the mi trimmed gowns this
season, fur at the bodice, fur at
the hem, and sometimes even tin
trim down the back
It would seem from these gen
rial observations that most ol us
oiag to be happj with our
clothes ibis season With the fit
and flare silhouette replacing the
geometric silhouettes of tbe past
few seasons we "ill look more
like women For those who like
a little soice in their wardrobe
there is the hardware which Is
the current fashion fad Paris is
feminine, frilly, and wealing
black, and Miami is not far be
hind her.
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/?, JMuzvak Holiday Dictates New Meeting Dates
Barry Young
Barry, son ol Mr, and Mrs Jc
rome Young, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day, Oct. 7. at Temple /.ton
Harry is an eighth grade student
at Glades Junior High, and i- a
staff member of the Photograph)
Club
Mr. and Mrs Young Will host a
luncheon at the Yorkshire Inn in
honor of the celebrant
Wayne Rackoff
Wayne, son oi Mr. and Mrs. An
shel Rackoff. of 8(115 S\V 19th St.,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning at Temple Is
rael of Greater Miami
The celebrant attends West Miami
Junior High and plays drums in
The concert hand Hobbies include
photography and fishing.
Philip Goldman of Miami is
grandfather of the Bar Mitzvah,
Mr and Mrs. Kackoff will honor
their son at the Kiddush following
the ceremony, and at a dinner at
the temple on Sattirdax evening
Workmens Circle branches in
Greater Miami are changing meet-
ing dates i! observation oi the High
.Holy holidays.
Meyer London Branch 28 will
meet on Friday, Oet. 20.. 8 p.m.
at Miami licach Federal, 758 Wash-
ington A\e
Miami Beach Branch 692 will
meet on Thursday, Oct. 12. 1 p.m.,
at 25 Washington Ave. A speaker
from the Social Securitj office will
be the branch's guest
Vladick Branch 699 was to bold
I special meeting on Thursday at
1545 S\V 3rd St at i p.m. Election
of officers for the lJWST (>8 year was
to be held
North Dade Branch 1064 will n
meet during October
Miami Beach Branch 10S9 Wl
bold ii s regular meeting on Satu
day. Oct. 21 Dr. Jack Mishku
guest speaker, was among the in-
to visit Israel alter the cease-fir-
He will show shdes taken at In I
time
JWV Post and Auxiliary Meet
\ regular meeting of the Han
II Cohen Post and Auxiliary. Je\
ish War Veterans, is slated i<
Wednesday evening at Surfsii
Center and Town Hall Progra
will include a talk illustrated wil i
-biles, by Mr- Freda Cohen i i
her recent trip to Israel
PREPARE FOR BAR MITZVAH
and HEBREW LESSONS
Also private lessons Will
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Rev Jacob H Klai i 448-9434
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Friday. October 5. ir-"7
Fisher Is Cantor At
Jndea Services
Tenor S. Allen Fisher is serving
as cantor at Temple Aides during
the High Holy Da; -. according to
.i announcement by Joseph Kre-
t'Mz. president of the Coral Gables
egation.
Mr Fisher, who has had a diver-
sifii l career in popular, classical
and liturgical music, played lead-
roles in off Broadway produc-
tions ol Leonard Bernstein's "Won-
and Rod jei and
Hanunerstein's "South Pacific."
tor Fisher and the Temple
Judea choir will ass:-; Rabbi Mi rris
Kipper in all holiday services, in-
special family worship
services slated for 8 p m. Friday
Or Oloni Affiliates
Plan Holiday Ball
"The Saints an i Sinners Ball"
Is the title of Temple Or (Horn's
Yom Kippur night dance to be held
on Saturda) evening, Oct 14. 9:30
p.m. in the ten ic a iditorium.
The affair is being planned joint-
ly by Mrs. Richard Behren. Mrs.
Ah in Levenson and Marvin Solo-
mon, representing the Sisterhood.
Temple and Brotherhood.
Music will be by Win Morgan
and his band
For the Finest
Catered .Affairs!
There is a difference!
'lake our white-glove
French service, for example
. our people are schooled
and trained m even subtle
nuance ot gracious Conti-
nental sen ice ... truthfully.
Mr. Bernard has revitalized
rhe-almost-losi artof service
. and it does make a
difference thai brings new
meaning to dining" .
77v little differences
tnoht the big difference
for \onr important
(atered Attainf
No matter how large or
small the group, no matter
what the occasion, the
unsurpassed facilities i>t
Eden Roc. Mr. Bernard and
his unparalleled staff of
experts ill assure you of
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Allen Goldberg Is
New Chairman Of
Personnel Beard
Allen Goldbei re i
dent, has become
City ol Miami Beach Pe si
Board.
A civic, religio lal and
community leader. Mr Goldberg
is president .n;-. owner of the Ulei
Goldberg Investment Ci ar i Allea
Goldberg Associates.
lie has served as chairman of
the Juvenile Delinquency Board
created by former City Manager
Claude Renshaw. and as chairman
of the Emergency Welfare Services
Division of Civil Defense which
had complete distribution ot medi-
cines, food and clothing under its
sdiction.
Other posts in which he has serv-
ed include presidency of the Civic
League and presidency of Temple
1 ,-nu-El Men's Club. For many
year- he was a member of the
Board of Directors, Exalted Ruler
of Miami Beach Elks, president of
the President's Council. He is now
ing on the Dade County Crime
Commission.
Other members of the personnel
board are civic leaders Sam A.
Goldstein, vice chairman: Carl
S --kind. Paul M. Marko. Jr.: Si-
mon E. Rubin: Sidney M. L'nter-
berg: employee members. Robert
H Burns. Stanley Clatter. John
Gibson: special counsel. James H.
Ruby: secretary. Tom D. Womble
Tor ah School Opens Season
Yeshiva Oholei Torah will mark
its first official function of the year
with a gala "Melaveh Malice" sup-
ucrjit the Caribbean Hotel, Satur-
day fight.
M in than 300 people arc expect-
ed to atffM the evrnt. Recording
o program chairman, iiahbi David
spiritual leader of Kites-
eth Israel Co 'ii Supper
: |, wi ,ii. ntertainment
eaturi h*m Self,
i Jonah ;' raplan, spiritual
leader of The Sky Lake Synai
will open the evening with ai
vocation Rabbi Berel Wem. of i
gregation Beth Israel, will
. -. | ,i!,i i .
A newly-founded Yes lii
rorah occup
: 1936 Baj I M .
Beach The school feal a
r p igram fn
- i rack
Is.
ALLiN COlDbfRG
ty'v* got tta
Rhode Islanders Start Season
The Rhode Island Club of Great-
er Miami will open its 1967 1968
ton with a membership meet
ing. on Sunday, at 7:30 p m.. in
the Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
on Ave., with Mrs Ann Rud
nick presiding The evening will
include sanies.
tcrs
H. M MARCUSE
food a. Beverage Director
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F'idny, October 6, 1967
fJenisli fhrndHann
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Deaths In
Greater Miami
MANN
,.,., ,, .. ..i jna Dnvla Rd died
,',,., i ii. am. here 11 yearn ago
man the nn '' Ihi lale Cantor Ah
..,.. i (real Neck, I. 1 N 1 ana
m Kinkou-ekj ol Detroit II.
., i > ed on ti>.- hoard truali ol
Ti-mple Judea, and aa n chairman
, i i Temple Art Committee He
. !,. :, :. .1 i.i H'nai II nth Burviv-
iu sire In- wife, Adele; two daURl
f>rn MrK Jon Schwarta, Minneapolis,
,1,, and Mlea Alice Mann; ..
crandawrhter, Marilyn; brother,
m.v Pel vici ? Wen: h. Ll i. I ;it
Temple Judea with Hlvemlde Dou-
g\HH Rd Chapel in chanjp ,.f arrangi -
111. Ml"
HANDELMAN
ira. '-. of ''"',i Bharldlan Ave., .ii
>. it 29 He rtuM 'o Miami Beach
ago trr.m Chicago, and was
owner-operator of the continental
Hotel, and preeldenl "f Handelman
Enterm-leea, !" He belonged io the .
>l ,iv, i-.a-h Rika l^odae 1601, and I
;,.. rnlveraal Lodge ":,. i* am In I
riiinuro He I" aurvlred by Ins wife, I
. daughter, Mrs Rylvia Heaaer
Miami: a brother Harry of Fi
I'...-.. :. alater. Mrs Eva Well ..f i
Murray Meyerson Is
District 5 Constable
Attorney Murray S. Meyerson of
rhii .,,1; two grandson* and two 900 West Ave. has been appointed
rM'^i'!::'"^...^'^:;,,:,;,;; & <;v naudc Kirk as District
Me chapel _________ rive Constable, succeeding Leon-
ard Weinstein.
s\v Mr Meyerson. a Democrat, will
complete the
xaneneR. Herman, 73, n J3B
\\. Riverside Alton im Chan*-i
kuorowitz. Mr. Ida. ... MS M.n- ,mp'l,e ll?e tcrra vacated by
i,,., kva Service* Sept so at River- vU'in.-tein after he was elected to
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;-ow. Mr. How Jenm lie, 1
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"IDLER. Kara, 74), IW UM* S Sour l>r
l: \i.i .1. N M it iTtapel
MORRIS. Mrs Ruth, 84), of .'.'"- Raj
i.. Itiver* el. Normandy ''
ilNGMAN. Mrs \i. l..n.. II. M, ..f
i I'Alliim Ave Newman Funeral
Home
VEINER. Mrs M.I. T'l ..f 3801 ''..I
\,. Rlveraide Normandj Cha
riNKEi.STEIN. Mr. Mamie, 74. of
I'm..... Mr Hi v. rsil. \ i: 19th
\ i Tlnir i
MARRts. David. M. of i4 Jefferson
'.. IHveraide AHon ltd Chanel
MEOOf'. Mrs Olia. 7'. of ...'. Ks
... .'. Hi Hiv.twIi Alton lid
CREEK, lOreenborcl >r.hur. S4. of
"" Maraellli Df Barvleei s.-pt '.'7
it Rlveraide Normandy lale Clianel
villcr. Abraham 7".. ..f Win sw
jeti st. Bervleea s^nt :'. at donlon
."hi^< Inti-rment Ml V. In. c.ni.
. i \
SCHOCN. Mr Kaonl... ",T, <' (CM
Nine Am Rlaaberg Kunrral II..m.-
skirv.. Richard Lawrenoa, 4.. ..f
"0 S Shore I>r gervioel Repi 1* at
11 '*J> N'ormiinily fale I'hnpel
STONE. Mr
I..-..S v-
GREENSPAN. 'lus. -' Rlveraldi
Memorial Chapel flravoeidi per-
n.- Sfjit tft .it Mount n.i... ..in.
h rj
CREENBERC. Morris. RJ ol 1750 SW
Ith st Di< .1 Rept :i Rlveraide
iv Si r I",.Mi. v
BERGER. Armln II 7, I0S1 Mi.hl- |
^ve Si nrieei S. !! at River- i
... Normandy lale Chanel
margolis. Aaron, < *\o W 15th
s- Servii-ea Benl at Rlveraldi
N'."-mi.nir 1-!^ flhanai
ROSENBERG. \l.rah.ini 11. 7fi. of
. t, r:.,r. l"r Rervtoea Repi L"<
' ITIaaberg 'hapi I
feuer. Mm !<- 7:'. ..f 171.; Meri-
dian avh Rlveraide Alton ltd Cha-
pel
MOCHHEISER. Mrs Lillian, ol '''.'
. ),. i ir Rrveratdi Normanety fale
i"ri:a>el .
kaplan. Wllluim I 7>i. of I2J3 Mar-
Hellle f>t Rervh-ee Repi SI Bl River-
'. Normandy lale <"haprl.
LEE. Mrs Bertha. TV ol .'jr. Worn-
iii'ion Ci Klv.rldo Alton ltd Cha-
nt I
SILBERMAN. ,I,..h .1. *7 of tfifin
u .ft iir \- nav Vlllace, Rlverntde
Normandy lale Chapel
st otchiver. Abraham, 73, ol H
m: n"'i! st s.r\n.s s. pi '7 Gor-
don Kiiti.-'iil II'.m.
STERN. Willliim. 7i;. of J0 Park Avi
Vewman Funeral Home
BOSSUK. Jacob, 7. of I7.v"1 NR I4thi
\>. i>iv. r-iri.. Doiiglaa Rd i"hupoL |
KLEtNMAN. Mrs. Fannie v. <'. of
" Waal Aw Hlusbiri; Fun.nl
i *hanel
LIEBERMAN, tj.llis. 73, of .'.', v\v
'4-h s- Rlveraide N' m R Chanel
LIPPtN. Herman, 7.\ ..f 7SB SW :.7tli
Onedon Funeral llomi
WALOMAN. Mr- RMaa '< '
Rue v. int..m. Rervteea Oel 3 Rlaa-
''' !*......al Home
KOROANSKY. Mrs Molly, 7- 1735
' Ulna Avi Riverside Dnuglai Rd
i>-,iH.|
ROSE. Harrv, .>. 77' li.de ltlv.l
Rlveraide Alton H.I Chanel
SHAIN. Mrs. Anna. I. 72, of 751H
Troiiviile l-Nnlaiidi- Rlveraide Doug-
''.' Chanel
GETzoff, Roharl < 37, ol 737B sw '
7th st. s.t\i. .- i^( i j,. it
Ihvne'a* R. i ,,,, i
KWARTtN. Rernant. 33, -.f 217 Palm
a,. Riverside Alton ltd Chanel
LAKOWITZ. Mi.rris 4 Of '..... W.-l
\ i. Oel I ai Rlvi ralde
Koiipt.iH ltd IT1.-1P.I
LIPSON. Mrs Il 71. of MM N'W
7ih si Riverside rtouda* Hd Chapel
ROKAW. Martin at, of 4S40 pine Tree
r>r Rervleea iri l nt Rlveraide
Normandy I i.- Chapal Intermenl
Ml Vibo Cemetery
ABRAMS. Mauri, o t.. v( ,,f 1 ; I SW
20th st Bervloaa Rapt. ;! al Oordon
will have to run for reelection next
year when Weinstein's term runs
out
Althoush he 'has no immediate
plans for any changes in the of-
fice.'- Mr. Meyerson stated. "I in-
tend to use the full powers con-
ferred bj statute and to assist all
state and local agencies in the
Governor's war on crime.-*
The 37-year-oM bachelor ran for
county commission in 1!X>4 and lor
state representative in units A
teacher and professor of criminal
law, lit is a member Of the Florida
Bar Association, National Kduca
tion Association. Dade County
Teachers Association, and is past
president of the Miami Fraternal
Order of Police Associates
German Nazis
Show Gains
BONN The National Demo-
cratic Party, considered a neo-
Nazi grouping, won marl*.- -nine
percent of the vote in a parlia-
mentary election for the north
German state of Bremen. The un-
expected show of strength for the
right-wing party represented the
highest total it has received in six
statewide elections. Bremen is West
Germany's smallest state.
The election results followed a
report last week by the Bonn Mm
istry of the Interior that party
had lost at lea^t 5.000 members
, since its organization two years
ago. The Ministry had estimated
the party's present membership as
from 23.000 to 25.000 paying mem-
bers.
In the report, a change in the
composition of the party was noted,
with the intellectual and civil serv-
ice elements dropping out. The
central membership of the party
now lies with the middle class, the
ministry said. Most of those who
quit the party in the leadership
dispute that erupted earlier this
year had no rightist radical past,
and few of them joined the newly
formed National Peoples Party, set
up by the dissident National Dem
ocrats.
The party took issue with the
statement. A party spokesman
said that its membership had in
creased from 25.315 last January
to 33.08H
Global-Israel Offers
Fall-Winter Tours
Nursing Home Roof
Garden To Feature
Work Of Residents
The proposed roof garden atop
the expanded 1P*bed facility
known as Sossin's Shalom Nursing
Home will sport the horticultural
efforts of patients in the home
The Shalom addition is scheduled
N>rr^i:H.:m'"'''-itoi:^completion November I.
All patients and residents of the
100-room addition and original 9b-
room structure located at 550 9th
Street uill be able to plant their
own (lowers in the root garden.
Dr. Michael Sosstn, founder of the
Sossin System of Nursing homes
saitl the roof patio which overlooks
tile Atlantic Ocean was "a new
concept designed as an incentive
for oldsters. It offers a unique
environment for them."
Marvin Sossin, son of Dr. Sossin.
is executive vice president in charge
of development for the facilities
which include the Blackstone Re
tirenunt Residence. 900 Washing
ton Avenue and the soon to be
completed Sossin Gardens and Re-
habilitation Center, 11750 Bird
Road.
Low priced 11. 15. 22 day and
longer tours of Israel arranged by
Global-Israel are being offered by
local travel agents.
The fall-winter tour programs of
fer a choice of guided sightseeing
tours or rent-a-cars with unlimited
, mileage. fc
For $09 plus air fare ($309 round
i trip from New York City) the trav-
jeler on an 11 -day trip has his
I choice of nine nights in a deluxe
, hotel or nine nights in a first class
hotel with breakfast or nine nights
in a tourist class hotel with break-
fast and some sightseeing.
During his stay in Israel he also
has the use of a rent-a-car for
seven days with unlimited mileage
privileges or he can spend up to
six full days on sight seeing tours
which include Tel Aviv Jaffa, the
Weizmann Institute. Ashkelon.
Haifa Acre. Jerusalem, the Low-
er Galilee and Sodom Betysheba.
Global-Israel with United States
headquarters in New York City has
its own offices in Tel Aviv. Jerusa-
lem and Haifa
Additional information can be
.obtained from local travel agents
or by requesting a free brochure
directly from Global-Israel at 230
Park Ave., New York. NY. 10017.
Grazier Is Named
President Of Bank
Robert .1 (Jraznr has been nam-
ed president of the Republic Na-
tional Bank of Miami, it was an-
nounced this week by Frnest .lanis.
chairman of the board of directors.
Mr. Jams has been serving as
president and chairman of the
board, and will continue as chair-
man ol the board of directors.
Mr Grazier joined Republic Na-
tional Bank while it was in or-
ganization as its executive vice
president. He is also a director of
the bank, and came to Miami from
Michigan, where he was a bank
officer, and was extremely active
1 in communal affairs.
Located at LeJeune Road and
Flagler Street. Republic National
Bank of Miami was chartered on
Nov. 8. 1965. and capitalized at
.$625,000.00. Today, the total assets
are approaching the 8 million dol-
lar figure.
Mr. Grazier is a graduate of the
; School of Banking at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin and the School of
Financial Public Relations at
Northwestern University, and has
been an instructor in the American
Institute of Banking. An avid nu-
mismatist, he is frequently heard
on Miami Radio Station WIOD's
"Speaking ol Money."
Last year he was commissioned
by President Lyndon B. Johnson to
scr\e on the Assay Commission.
which involves traveling to the
mint and certifying back to the
President that the nation's coinage
is minted in accordance with the
standards prescribed by la
Currently he is serving as mem-
ber of the Public Education Com-
mittee of the Florida Bankers As
social n, and is a member ol the
\iruort Kiwanis Club.
In addition to Ernest Jams and
Robert J Grazier, other directors
if the bank are. Col. J. M. Arvcy.
Donaltl Chalmers. Paul Fiske.
Bernartl Janis. Ferd S. Meyer.
Samuel D. Ruby. Seymour J. Simon
and Simeon D Spear
LEGAL NOTICE
,2 Young Soloists
In Holiday Choir
Michael Wolland and Steven Mill
I cr, members of the Nor Tamid
Junior Choir will Serve as soloists
during the temple's High Holy Day
observances, along with Cantor
Fdward Klein and the adult choir
under the direction of Ix-on Shiif.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Wolland. 13-year-old Michael has
' sung professionally in the chorus
of the Miami Civic Opera. Steven
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Kuneral Home Interment Mi NebO
i'. meter)'.
COLE. Robert Franklin, S3, ( -" i"
l'..ii.i Last | it Hervloea Bepi St -it
tiordon I'un. rai it. in. Interment
Mi Ni bo i '.in. ten
SCHWARTZ, Mis.- Rylvia, .':!. ol 4341
Sherldlan Ave, Newman Funeral
Mono
WOLIN. William. T*. of 7"41 Collins
Ave Blaaberg Funeral Chapel
sobel, Joaeph, 71, ol S03S Hardlnc
Avi-. lliversiile Alton lid. Chapel.
Tiara Is Returned
To Old City Church
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Israeli
1 police here have recovered the
golden tiara stolen several weeks
ago from the Church of the Holy
Sepulchre in Old Jerusalem.
In a ceremony this week Jerusa-
lem Police Commissioner IV Bareli
returned the arnament to Father
Jean Joseph llio of the Franciscan
Order which is the custodian of
the church Father llio immediately
replaced the tiara on the head ol
the statin- of the Virgin Mai j. from
which it had been taken in the
theft. A silversmith in Rairat Can
received a reward of si70 from the
police for providing the information
which led to the recovery of the
tiara.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 67.1S324
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ml'irCI. A VCKI. S.\ Si II K/.
Plaint!) i.
VK
CAISMKN .rn.rv s.wciikz
l>. r, ndanl
TO: CARMKN ni.iv KAN'CHKZ
U-T-tt I ..a... \ "I.
i 'alle Jaetnto
Kayuman, I'u. rtii Iti. .
V'H' ARK linRF.HY N'OTIFIBH thai
a Complaint (r IHvorei hue been filed
utfAlnal you in the above-Htyled cause,
. .1 ><>u are hereby required to s.-rvi
a copy ol your anawer or ptaidlnff
uiioti ihe Plalntlffi. HAR-
MS \\|i KIRKIN, U'tli I".....i I'.oi.
Federal Ruildii it, i"l Bual Flniclei
Htreet, Mluml, Florida 33131,
the orlliinal annver or pleading In thi
i iffi. of t',. i 'lera ( iti. reull
i ',u. .-ii or befori 'li. s .la\ ol .v..
\ ml,, r. i'.-.V If v. .11 fail '" 'I" en, l N
fault ill I..... n .1 nimim I you fin
the v. I del iled In Ihe i 'umplulni
IIATKll ill Ulnml Florida, Uns .'
da) of I i. t..i.. r, l'.'T
i: ll i i:\riii:i:.vi \n
i i. ri, ..f ti 'ir. nn Conn
l.a.l. County, Florida
H> K M I.VMAN,
I nut) i "Ii rk
ii'ir. uit Court Si
|A ; ;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTIUK IS IIKRKHY HIVKN thai
lernlgncd, dextrina '' eiiuui;i in
i.u.~.....- under the flctltloux name ..i
TAROKT SAI-KS a I US s w 120
Sir..-1. Miami, Florida Intend in re
irlater nald n me with tin ci.-rk of
tin- i'u. mi .'<>iut ui i>.i-1 County.
Florida
MICHAKI. si:.; \i.
FRKDRIiH 'K HI HI
I'M'I.. I.ANDY AND ItKII.KY
Attorney* for Tanri-t Sale
By: S'I'AM.i:Y ARTHl'II I1EII.KY
I" li-13-20 :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 74295- B
In RB: i:-t.it. of
ll \l "ill: c.i II.DSTi N i:
I i. .. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- ami Ml P. r-....- Ila\
.iL- Claims or 11. nian.ls Ai;ainal Sail
K-t.,1. :
Vou are hi-reh) notified and required
in pri -us and di muudn
a'hieh \..u n..i\ have aKi sl ,,M
. mat) I II ITI IK iltlUiHTfiNK de-
. a-..! late .a I '. ."..|H,: v Florldii
to ili. Count) JuiIrph of na.i. County,
.111.1 III. Ill ilui'll.al.
provided io Hi Ion Wl! IS, Florida
Statutea, In ihelr "id In thi
i'..uui> i'..ui ili.'ii i ...,l.. County,
Florida, v. .Hi.ii \ i-aleudai m..nili-
i'i..m ih. ilnn of tl rtrat pul
nt i mi u ,u t.. I.,ii n .1
I. I M n Fli al... IhlH S9
las "I Si ......hi \ I i
SlUVin I Kr'i-.ifltT
v i i: \ i.
Fit imhl thin not......n
in ... ,.i lot.,1m r. is.,;
M\ BUM, K MM \s. A- Pi IRTBR
1 ISO S W 1st Str, I
lli.iini. Klor-.ta
Attorn.) for i:\. ui.i
M ;.13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
PRELIMINARY
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Tl i V I.i. Tl i WIH i.M 'I'll BSB Pill -
.-i:\is KHAl.l. COME HKBBTINO:
v\ ii.i. a- i' .1 IKB.VI '!: APTB, Mian
la. VAT Hl.r.MltBlilJ, Mi.ii.i
Florid i, i.- IS Itl.C.MRKKi;. Mian
Floi Ii did on ili. -Till day "i Marel
All 193" eauae Io !> Incorporat.
under tin lawn of the State Florid
KBI.IAMI.K TRADINO CO., INC.
...i|'..r..i.i.ii. with iis principal place
buaii al Ml VMI, H.M.I-: COUNT
.in ili- ,*'iii. ..t Florida, .nut ivherei
NUrh corporation iliil "n the -~r
da) of September, A I> 1907, .an-
t,. hi filed in tin office of thi Bet
tar> .-f Hlate ..i Hi. State "t FlorRb
thi documentary authority r.-qulr.
under Section 008.27, Florida Statute
BhowInK the diaaolutlon >f auch po
ii..i .i i ion
Now, therefore, Ihe Secretar) '
Stall doei hereb) certify to Ihe for.
gviina and thai he In aatlHfled thai ir
n quTn tnentr of ihe lav hav e b
; eomplli IN UITNKSS VVHEROF, I hai
[ hereunto ael m\ hand and have affh
ii thi Greal s- al "t Ihe State of Fir
rldn, ..t TalluhRnaec, Ihe i 'apltnl, ih
'ih.. Tin :\- Be.......I da) ol Beptembt .
A D. I7
Tfi.M ADAMS
s. rretary of State
i" 6 81
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67-14156
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I.IMi.V FAYB CHRIKTIK
Plaintiff,
I- VII i CHRIBTIB, .11!.
|i. f. udai
VOI', I'Ml. I CHRISTIE, .11! r.-
denee unknown ,are hereby no! I
.. 'omtllU in' ""I I \ "'. has 1.. <
..ii .mil you are -
.ju.i. .. plead tian on PlaintlfrM attorney-
i \\\ offices of ii.si:i'ii ii
v. .1 v i' i llllmore Way. "oi
Florida .ami file Ihe oriffim
>l.......- liifor. i ITlh da 1
, i : in,, rwiae i [lefauli
I.....ii red it.. IiimI yoit
:. i Inrldi this I
In i of s". nn oil.....
F. II I ;' %THKRM >\"
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i.. ih 'ounM Flor
II) I. s llePIBTRO
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCL'ii COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNT
FLORIDA
No 67-87J1 Nathan
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
en ". vlAi: '1REBNB.

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l--l:i:i :': i. K IOKBP1I
itltBK -i:.
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VH FIIB1IKRI" 'K lUSBPH URK
|.;\ i: ,. nllflisl to aervi a o| .
i .njr apaa r to 1 mi on e 'ompl I
filed aKa;n-' i"U on Plalnllff'v
Inrney, (IKOK'IK NICHfIAS
v vv IJth Ave., Miam Flu
ni>- i ... f thin i 'oui
on ... hefon Novi mner :. 1987, olhei
.......' will be -.'ii. ss. .i i-
V..U
Dull .1 s. .a. ml- r J-., 1967
i: 11 I.RATHBRMAN, Cl.rk
I K VI I.YVi IN
I ., put' i 'I- -'
" ." 1.....1 I -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75865-B
in RB: Kali.....f
"i.i hikv.'i: I nORDNRR n h .. "
. ii, ji I.. .. Ilordner, a ll a Flort
Pi i......'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII "i ditora and All Pi -
11. v us i'!; lm or I iemanda
V u-.i i Smd Bxtati
v ..a an l en I... notified and n qul
,. |.t. mi) eialtn and di m
.s li i. ii \..n may have uarainal Ihi e-
of FI.ORBN'4'E fl R4IRDNER
a k a li..-. Pi ii... Rordm r, a
Flon n. Pi '. .1.....as. .1 late "i 11
. 'ounl i. Fl Ida, '" the. 'ountj .lu.ii--
mill i '<>uni). and file tin raim I
ituplleati and a- provided In Beetloi
::.:. I.;. Florida Statutea, in Ihelr of
in M.. Count) Courthouae in Dad
County, Florida, within nil rnlenda
n.....inn from ihi tlnii of ihe firat nun
Hi iiilon i....... or 'I.- -.nn. iv ill !
harn |i..... ... Miami, Florida, tin- Ml
da) .a Si i mb \.D "'
PAI'I.J HORDNBR,
\ v.im t rut or
l'ir-t puhll. allon ..f 11
Ihi 'lav of Bi ni- ml" i I9B1
MAC MBItMEI.Ii
\- ioi idm urn lor
'..... S W I'l.ir.l Vvi 'IUi
Miami, I- uri.ia 39129
.; i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'N
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 67.14061
NTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
IE.\N '' SH BRMAN,
I'l.i.....if
Mil 1.1 \ M SHERMAN,
11, '' ndanl
in \\ n i.i \\l SHERMAN
..::., ,. ^t Shi Milan
Hydi st. t
\i i r ". .i i. in
v i 'i KB HEREBY NI rTIFIED '
a i',.ni|il.. nt f..r Divorce haa been 1
.iLi.ini'i you, and you are required o
ni. \ .in An r mi thi Clerk" (
In- i ui il \ .i i*op) th< '" f
if--ii Mi Pla ultra Attorney, RONALD
I, DAVIH Suite 417 Mi-.avin Build-
lna-19 W Flagler Street, Miami
'i. ..... i" i'"i Ihe 24h
tax ..f i i. i. I" r '. 7 ir v..ii fall '" do
-... JudRmt-m b) defaull will be -
III i di 111.in.I. -i
' I i >l
Thi* \.....hall be pul llahed u".-e
HI '.a fl lir i I..... .. ill v .-
thi JEWISH FIAIRIDIAN.
[anli i Miami, Dade bounty,
Fl...... "h day ol Bepter,
l7
I EATHERM \n. Clerk
'ir.-u i i 'ourt
i .1. 'ounl). Florida
11) MAROURETTE KENT
1 i.-imty Cl.rk
(Circuit Court s. ..ii
'1j-22-29 10.8


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tewist IPridH^r
October 6, 19c?
ANNOUNCES THE
FORMAl OPENING
OF ITS
PET CEMETERY
Complete Burial Arrangements For All Pets
24-HOUR SERVICE
2267387
109th AVENUE and WEST FLAGLER STREET
BROCHURE UPON REQUEST
P.O. BOX 546, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33144


^
cJewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 6, 1967
Community Organizations Greet You
JAY DERMER
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
Office of the Mayor
As Mayor of Miami Beach, it ghcs me great
pleasure to extend warmest greetings on the
advent of Ro.sh Hashona.
On the eve of this joyous holiday, it is my
sincere hope and prayer that the Year 5728 will
bring significant progress in the struggle for world
peace and better understanding among the peoples
of the world.
The members of our City Council and official
family join me in heartfelt congratulations and
good wishes for health, happiness and prosperity
throughout the New Year.
JAY DERMER
Mayor
CITY OF MIAMI
Office of the Mayor
ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS!
On behalf of the people of Miami. I would like
I i extend best wishes to the entire Jewish com
munity for a Happy New Year.
As we approach the new year of 5728. it is
significant to recall Israel's recent redemption of
Jerusalem and the display ..f freedom -loving spirit
which will act as a beacon to guide in the search
for everlasting peace.
Let us be grateful that in Miami we all live in
a community that is blessed with excellent rela-
tions amongst peoples of many faiths and this
spirit is what truly makes our area a wonderful
place to live.
SllA.N'A TOVA to all!
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Washington, D.C.
I extend my warmest wishes to my friends in
the Jewish communitj for a most happy, healthy
and prosperous New Year
It is my deepest hope that In the coming year
Jews all over the world will be able to live in
free from the aggression and conflict that
causes disruption ami chaos in the lives of
- many.
DANTE B. FASCELL
Member of Congress
UNITED STATES SENATE
Washington, D.C.
Rosh Hashona is a tune for lelf-examination
It is also a time for prayer, for expression of the
Ish that all evil in the hearts of men be
consumed, like- mist before the morning sun On
this solemn and holy day Jews everywhere pra>
inly for themselves but also tor the peace
ire of the world.
i m the occasion of this Rosh Hashona, '
< with those of my Jewish friends and
i< nta for a year in which understanding an l
ird will replace the mistrust and suspicion
sible for so much of the world's mls<
n has enlightened mankind The historic
faith ol Americans in the justice of law, in the
dignitj of the individual, in he rectitude of moral
clearly derives from the ethical aware
ol the -inc1""- "'vi-ns That this nation is
a bastion of freedom, a stronghold of liberty
i- owing not nn'i '>- -' force of Jewish
but also to the contributions of American
' to the cause of democracy May the civilizing
influence of the Jewish people and faith continue
to spread its light around the globe May the
blessings of peace, prosperity i nd happiness come
iu f-.- .] people and to all the world, in
the coming year.
GEORGE A SMATHERS
United States Senator
U.S. HOUSE OF KtPRtSZNTATIVES
Washington, D.C.
The blowing or sounding of the shofar. the
clarion horn of the ram is a signal calling all Jews
to prayer and reflection, to an intense introspection
and purgation which endures throughout the High
Holy Days Iti -h Hashona is thus a time for awe
and solemn contemplation, as each person submits
to judgment by his creator, but it is also a "day
of remembrance God is mindful of His people
and desires that the) remember and obey His
epts In clearing th.- record, in turning with
fresh resolve to the future, the faithful may an-
ticipate th<' joy which obedience to His law im-
parts a ioj which the Psalmist describes as more
to be desired than fine gold, and sweeter than
honey
We arc all. in tin- great nation, indebted to
Judaism tor our faith in social justice- and respect
for law Let us hope that the differences among
Americans and among nations maj be mitigated
in the comiri : Mar by our universal determination
to abide bj His law in which all men are brothers
CLAUDE PEPPER
Member of Congress
UNITED STATES SENATE
Washington, D.C.
It |s ,i sourci ol real pleasure on the eve of
th s Hoh Season to wish my many friends of the
Jewish faith the best of evervthing in full measure
! health, family happiness, and success in
each worth) endeavor. And may the celebration
of Rosh lla-hooa inspire ill of every religious
belief to re dedicate ourselves to the task of con-
tributing freely of our talents toward the vital
goal of re-establishing peace and good will in a
surely troubled world.
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
United States Senator
What is the Role of Today's Rabbi
By DR IRVING LEHRMAN, President
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami
What is the role of a Rabbi today? What are
his responsibilities'' What influence does he have-
on the day-to-day experiences of his flock?
These are some of the questions which are con
stantly asked by members of a community, with
little opportunity to have them answered. The
answers to these questions, however, are vitally
important to the spiritual security of any given
community, for only through the proper under
standing of the purpose and the function of the
-spiritual leader, can the people whom he leads
truly find guidance and dirce'ion.
It is one of the objectives of the Rabbinical As-
sociation to provide the answers to these and to
other such questions, and to inform the community
of the areas in which the rabbi, by his trail in-
and tradition, is qualified to lead and to guide his
follow ers
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami
includes close to 50 Rabbis serving the South
Florida region, in all groups of affiliation: Ortho-
dox, Conservative and Reform They meet monthly
for deliberation on matters of common concern
The work of the Association falls into two main
categories: the relationship with the Jewish com
munity, and the relationship with the general
community.
A most dramatic example of the former can be
Men In the recent 'Six-Day War" in Israel From
the first belligerent threat to Israel's existence
through the perilous weeks that followed, the
Rabbinical Association stood in the forefront, rally-
ing the community in an unprecedented mobili/a
tion effort The leadership of the community's
Continued on Page 13
STEPHEN P CLARK
Mayor
STEPHEN P. CLARK


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fJenisf FkridFi&r
Friday, Octobsr 6
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE
7101 CARIYIE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
anrn rraw n:r?
We herewith extend our best wishes
to our beloved Founder and Spiritual leader
RABBI DR. and MRS. ISAAC HIRSH EVER and FAMILY
Officers, Directors, Members, Sisterhood Organization, Men's Cub
s weff at to all our well-wishers in Greater Miami
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING THE REALIZATION Of ALL OUR HOPtS,
COMPIETE REDEMPTION TO OUR PfOPlE
ond a
SOLUTION TO AFFLICTED HUMANITY
MORRIS FELDMAN, President

MRS. LILLIAN BLUMEN7ELD President
SISTERHOOD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL
From OFFICERS, DIRECTORS and MEMBERSHIP of
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach Blvd.
DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ. Rabbi
JACOB I. RENZER. Cantor
JOSEPH GOLDEN Prudent
The Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
EXTENDS BEST WISHZS ^OP A
HAFPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
SAMUEL SEGAL, GABBI of TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
wishes a happy healthy and prosperous New Year
to the President, the Officers. Cantor. Members
his family and friends. Gmar Chasema Tova.
MR. and MRS. ALBERT E. OSSIP
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY, HEALTHFUL AND CONSTRUCTIVE NEW YEAR
To the Officers, Directors and Staff of the
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION and the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION;
To the Rabbis and Jewish Teachers
and to the many friends of
Jewish Education throuahout Greater Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter B'nai B nth


YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
R/BBI A. BEN HiLLEl MEYER WliHUL =>ESiOHT
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAH
To All Their Members and Fr:f
THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CW3
MAX GARSHAG, President
7ffi3t,rWX&ME2
Federation Rises
to its
Greatest Challenge
By LEON KAOLAN. President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
from the
OFFICERS and MEMBERS OF THE
FEDERATION OF
JEWISH WOMEN
MRS. SOL GOLDSTEIN, President
Dedicated to the Service of Our Community
THE RABBI, CANTOR, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
The Israelite Center
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends
foi a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
WILLIAM DRUCKER ALBERT ZISMAN
President Chairman of the Board
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 M'mibers and to the entire Jewish Community
THE RABBI and BOARD Of DIRECTORS of
TEMPLE ZION
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
to Their Members and the Entire Jewish Community
HADASSAH
Intends to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
test Wishes for u Heppr Healthy end frosptroes Htm Year
THE MIAMI CHAPTER
Mrs. Samuel Steinberg, P-fs.'denf
THE M1AMJ BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Htnr, R. fferaic*. -.sidewt
Our Thanks
Our thongs to the orgoniio-
liens and religious bodies that
have seen tit to extend greetings
en the following pages, thus
taking cognizance ot the tosh
Harheno edition of The Jewish
florid ion.
It is not the space used far
which we are grateful but the
spirit oi appreciation demon-
strated for the services render-
ed during the entire (rear.
Hoiiday Greetings
from
MOLLIE KAHANER
SISTERHOOD
of
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
North Miami Beach, Florida
SISTERHOOD
C H E S E D
SHEL EMESS
President Isadora Scbwartt
Officers and
Board of Directors
wish their many members
and friends
best wishes for a
Happy New Year
May the New Year be a
one and bring a
*u" n of happiness
to our -----bers and the
entire Jewish Comn unity
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
MBS. CABITO* BUKJ Pres.
IABBI INO MRS.
MORRIS A SKOP
TEMPLE SHOLOM
of POMPANO BEACH
Pray a H j Good
New Year tor all their'
Loved One* and Friends
I'shartah To** Tkosayvv
ataajjaajji


Friday. October 6, 1967
* ienisfi HcridRarr)
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Rising to its greatest challenge in its 29-year
history, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ini-
tiated and executed an Isra-1 Emergency Fund
thai raited more than $3,000,000 in less than two
months to highlight the most active year in the
annals of Dade County's organized Jewish com-
munity.
Making the IFF. achievement even more re
markabte was its timing. The Middle Fast crisis
li.it culminated in Israel's dramatic victory in the
Six Day War erupted just as the annual Combined
Jewish Appeal neared the top for the fourth con-
secutive year.
Leonard Rosen. IFF genera] chairman, and
(MA chairman Milton Weiss headed campaign
committees which increased the number of indi-
vidual Rifts far beyond the records set in the late
1<40 s when the effort to establish the State of
Israel evoked record giving.
Joseph N. Lipton. completing his second term
as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Pedera
lion, worki*d closely with the Federation staff
headed by executive director Arthur S. Rosiehan
and associate executive director Robert P. Porman
ui coordinating the successful fund-raising drives
But far more than actual campaigning filled
the Federation calendar during the past year
There was exciting new activity in each Federa-
tion member agency, and more than ever before
Federation represented the voice and action of the
Greater Miami Jewish community in most every
area of community life.
The YM and YWIIA of Greater Miami expand
ed i's programs and services at the Central "Y"
at 8300 sw 8th st began a successful development
fund program to build a new "V" facility in
North Dade County near the centrally located
('loverleaf. and continued its services to Miami
Beach
The Early Childhood Development programs
in the Southwest and North Dude won acclaim the
Y" worked with the National Jewish Welfare
Board in stepping up services to the increased
number Ol Jewish military personnel stationed at
LEON KAPLAN
President
Homestead Air Force Base, and Ixith senior citizen
and youth programs were expanded.
The Jewish Home lor the Aged ol Greater Miami
completed an expansion program which brought
Continued on Next Page
extends wishes for
a most Yoyotts The Sisterhood Young Couples Group
The Brotherhood The Forty-Niners
The P.T.A. The Temple Players
and all affiliated Youth Groups
Holiday Greetings to All
B'NAI B'RITH
AZA
MIAMI 322
BETH SOLOMON CONGREGATION
Formerly FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH CENTER
50 N.W. 51st PLACE
Wishes a Very Happy New Year to
All Its Members and Friends
^/4rtlittr onJ (Aaire rCosickan
,i,i,/ .-oil .in./ Juiigliter, JLJieh ana <_/7cu
THE OFFICERS and BOARD OF DIRECTORS of
THE GREATER MIAMI WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
OF THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
[xteni New Year Greetings to All Their Mtmben end Friendl
MRS. IARRY SltVERMAN, President
Helping to save Jewish lives
around the corner .
and build Jewish
around
fife
the world.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Combined Jewish Appeal
AND ITS CONSTITUENT AGENCIES
AND THE
Israel Emergency Fund
BUREAU Of JEWISH EDUCATION
Albert Ossip, President
Louis Schwartzman, Executive Director
COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY SERVICE
Sam J. Heiman, Chairman
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Coordinating Chaplain
JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE
Dr. Melvin L. Becker, President
Leon D. Fisher, Executive Director
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Leo Rose, Jr., President
Maurice Pearlstein, Executive Director
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
Marshall S. Harris, President
Dr. Michael Goodman, Executive Director
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Baron De Hirsch Meyer, President
Samuel Gertner, Executive Vice President
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
SERVICE TO NEW AMERICANS
Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim, President
Mrs. Florence Alberts, Exec. Secretary
YM-YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI
Paul Faske, President
Efraim H. Gale, Executive Director
Extend the Wish that the Year 5728
Will Bring Peace, Health and
Happiness to you and your family,
to the people of Israel, and to the
world community.
<.HI.AII.ll MIAMI JEWtSIt IKIIKHATlOy
Hill Hisvaune lUrtl.. Miami. Via. $$MS3
TcicphoM :i::mhii
Leon Kaplan, President
Arthur S. Rosiehan, Executive Director


I
*j**ist Fhricfiam
Friday. October 6. 1967
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
'akes great pleasure in extending New Year's greetings and
best wishes to its members and supporters, to the Univer-
Sity'l alumni and to the Greater Miami Community. Now
entering its 82nd year, the University numbers a record en-
rollment, thanks to the support of the American Jewish
community of more than 7,000 youna men and women
in the arts, sciences and professions at five undergraduate
and nine graduate schools, including Albert Einstein College
of Medicine, Belfer Graduate School of Science, Ferkauf
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and
Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Imbued with the ideals
of Judaism, more than 300 of those students, as well as
faculty members, volunteered for work service in beleagured
Israel at the outbreak of the crisis, thus epitomizing the love
and zeal for the cherished heritage lodging in the hearts
of Jews throughout the world. To those individuals who
have helped nurture those ideals, and have moreover
g,ven of their substance to the advancement of Yeshiva
University in service to the American Jewish community,
the nation and world Judaism, profound and heartfelt
gratitude is conveyed in this hallowed season. May your
gratification increase as you continue to share in the crea-
tion of this historic contribution to higher education under
Jewish auspices.
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
Dr. Samuel Belkin, President
Max J. Etra
Chairman, Board of Trustees
Max Stern, Vke-Chairman,
Board of Trustees
TEMPLE OR OLOM
(CONSERVATIVE)
8755 S.W. 16th Street, Miami
Wishes Health, Happiness and
Peace for All
RALPH GLIXMAN
Rabbi
BENJAMIN BEN ARI
Cantor
MR. RALPH FISTEL, President
COMMANDER AND MRS. HAROLD C. UHR,
of the ABE HOROWITZ POST 682 J.W.V.,
and Family
wish their Friends and Relatives a Happy New Year
AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT DENVER
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER
WISHES HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
To its Friends and Supporters
Throughout South Florida
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS FROM THE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
NELSON LACHER, President
REV. MAX A. WEITZ, Spiritual Leader
Simtoro New Teor Greetings to The Jewish f lor idiom
and the tmtiro Community
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
AITMWI JURKOWHZ, President
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, GEORGE GERSHWIN LODGE 196
HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Withes for a Healthy, Joyful and Religious New Year
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
BEREL WON, tsfcM SAMUEL WAUMfUM, f rtiHtml
770 West 40th Street Miami Beach
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
EMANUEL KUSHELEWITZ, President
Canter Solomon PakowitI Sexton Joceb Klatx
Federation Meets Biggest Challenge
Continued from Preceding Page
it up to full operating capacity of 220 beds.
Advances in tTie fields of geriatrics and geron-
tology, coupled with the many personal services
at the Home, brightened the daily lives of the
residents.
Securing of a substantial grant from Samuel
D. Ruby for a new auditorium marked another
milestone in the Home's transformation from a
small facility when it moved into Douglas Gardens
in 1950 to the ultramodern physical plant of today.
Mount Sinai Hospital began full utilization of
the new Warner Pavilion, adding 150 beds to the
largest medical institution in Miami Beach, and
opened the S. Harvey Greenspan Out-Patient Pa-
vilion. An additional gift from Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Lowenstein made possible a substantial addition
to the Gloria and Leon Lowenstein Residence for
Nurses, and a sizeable gift from Mrs. Harry Blum
made possible the construction of the Maribel Blum
Nuclear Medical Building.
The inauguration of Medicare accelerated the
annual increase in patients at Mount Sinai, but
the new facilities kept pace.
A pilot project to rehabilitate the disadvantaged
was completed by the Jewish Vocational Service.
utilizing a S22.000 grant from the Economic Op-
portunity Program.
The JVS selection to conduct the county-wide
progiam coincided with a move u new, 1
d quarter*, at 318 IW 25th St
A now homo of its own wat purchased and
occupied by the Jewish Family :-.r. Service at 1790 SW 27th Aviv, and Miami Beach
branch was maintained on a year re and basis at
420 Lincoln Rd.
The JFCS thus was able to expand its coun-
seling, adoption and other service to meet a
Jmailoa, W Airt mi
Dtt Mr. Rcxlchaa,
Circumauncv* which 1 tern thai you win
ur.dtratad have prevented ma until now from i;ij to AcfcnowWoj*
your latur of 23 June, with which you Mat me oonrrarulaterw nil
from a group of Miami Beech reeldenu.
I teke It very kindly of them and < I yourself U
associate me in this way with so hewtsome a contributwn to the Israel
Emergency Fund : It is. indeed, a true and welec.me index of the
magnificent support which American Jewry la deconetrsriae, towtrts
Israel Is these momentous days.
Thanh you, too, lor your gTacxus ccmpUoaene
on m> representation of Israel si the United Nations ax4 lor your
thoughtful blesslnga.
Mr fnhurS. Poalchan,
Executive Drector
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
M i am i
Toere ..tc.rely.
O'Ut, w*v
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators,
to the Leaders and Directors of the
Bureau cf Jewish Education, and to
the Entire Jewish Community for a
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
RABBI SHIMON AZU1AY, President
DAVID FRIEDMAN, Honorary President
MISS NETTIE GOLDSTEIN, Vice President
NATHAN STERN, Vice President
A Very Happy New Year to All
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
(Formerly Dade Heights Jewish Congregation)
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
RABBI CHARLES H. BUBEL
CANTOR JACK LERNER
Congregation President: Edward Goldberg
Sisterhood President: Mrs. Emanuel Brown
The Religious Zionists of America
MIZRACHI HAPOEL H'MIZRACH!
Wishes to Members ond their Families
and to all of the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
A HAPPY, HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
RABBI TrBOR H. STERN REV. JOSEPH KRANTZ
Chairman of Southeast Region President of local Chapter
SOL RASHIN, Director of Miami Region
May the travails of last year nourish wisdom tor
this year's dreams and aspirations.
MOMIS A. KIPHS, Rabbi
TEMPLE JUDEA
OF CORAL GABLES
A KfOMAt COHCtlG AXIOM
5500 GRANADA BLVD. Phone 667-5657
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
1500 MEN'S CLUB
MORTON TOWERS
EMANUEL MENTZ, President
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MIZRACHI WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION
EXTENDS
NEW YEARS GREETINGS
to All Our Members and the
Entire Jewish Community
Cood Health and Peace .
Throughout the World.
RACHEL LAUFER KATZ,
President
To the Officers, Board of Directors,
and all members of
MIZRACHI WOMEN:
We wish to extend host wishes
for a COOD TEA* i 5721
to all of us here and to all the
Jewish people everywhere
in the world.
MRS. LOUIS TOKAYER. Pros.
RACHEL SAKOWITZ, Hon. Past Pres.
"D0V" Chapter
MIZRACHI WOMEN
The Miami
Beach Forum
Wishes its Members
and Participants a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. Morris Schor
Founder and Director
TEMPLE
BETH TOY
(CONSERVATIVE SYNAOOOUO
6438 S.W. 8th ST.
Miami
RABBI
SIMON APRIL
MILTON MILLER
President
CANTOR
HYMAN FUN
ANn AIL THE
MEMBERS
WISH THC ENTIRE
IPWISH COMMUNITY
A V^RY
HAPPY NEW YEAR


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fJinisHThriijisr
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growth in the Jewish population of Greater M
whicb has retained the rapid rate during the
ll(, immediately following World War II.
, e Bureiu of Jewish Education impltJTl
its tan-fully prepared program of accreditation
for the COUDty'l religious schools. At the aame
lime it expanded enrollment in both the Hebrew
High School and College of Jewish Studies.
Vore than half a dozen synagogues and temple*
wen accredited in the opening months of the new
program. The Bureau provided assistance to re-
ligious schools begun by several new congrega-
tions and to the rapidly growing religious schools
of other rapidly-growing urban and suburban con-
gregations.
The National Council of Jewish Women acted
a I Federation's liaison with the United Hebrew
Immigration Aid Society illlASi in processing
appkations for immigration to Israel and the
United State* by Jewish refugees the world over
I-ocally. the two agencies collaborated on meeting
the continuing problems of the growing number
of Jewish refugees from Cuba. And the NCJW con-
tinued to process applications for indemnification
of victims of Nazi Germany as the West German
government extended its deadline for the filing
of claims.
Another Federation coordinated program, the
Community Chaplaincy Service, entered its second
year with an amazing set of statistics. Rabbi Sol-
omon Schtff visited more than 6,000 persons in
his work as the coordinating community chaplain.
The program provided holiday and Sabbath
services during the year to patients at three hos-
pitals with large numbers of Jewish patients
LEONARD ROSEN
Chairman Israel Emergency Fund
Cedars of Lebanon, Mount Sinai and Jackson
Memorial. Other hospitals were serviced on a
standby basis. Chaplaincy assistance also was pro-
vided to the Jewish Home for the Aged and to
inmates of prisons and jails.
Major surveys were conducted throughout the
year, emphasizing Federation's dual role as the
community's central planning and fund-raising
agency.
A comprehensive survey of the recreation and
leisure time needs of the more than 100.000 Jews
in Greater Miami is still in progress. It will deal
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Rosh Hashor-j Greetings From
THE NORMAN BRUCE
BROWN AUXILIARY
NO. 174
JEW.SH WAR VETERANS OF
THE UNITED STATES
MIAMI FLORIDA
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Affiliated with the Union ef American Hebrew Congregations
Tfe* Ukatal Congregation en the Beach"
CHASE AVENUE at 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH
WE PRAY THAT OUR HOUSE OF PEACE WILL HERALD
A NEW ERA OF PEACE FOR HUMANITY
MAY WE TAKE THIS
OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND
BEST WISHES
EOR THE NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
The Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization
420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL Of
CHILDREN'S ASTHMA RESEARCH INSTITUTE
AND HOSPITAL AT KNVER
Extends Wishes for a Happy. Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to All .
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER NORTH DADE CHAPTER
LORBER CHAPTER PESHKIN CHAPTER
BREATH OF LIFE CHAPTER
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE U.S.A.
DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
(Extends {^jrectincjs to ^/^wll -
Jlmt tlteu mau be inscribed in the Jjook o/ J-~ife for the coming year 572S
JAMES STERN, Commander
MKMAEl SCHECHTER
$r. Vice Commander
ARTHUR A. SEtEVAN
Jr. Vice Commander
AINSLEE R. FERDIE IRVING M. COOfERMAN
National Ixeevfive Committee
LEON SILVERMAN
Quortermatter
MIAMI
NORMAN BRUCE BROWN No. 174
WILLfAM SAMET. Commander
MCMMWUi
LT. MEYER LEIBOWITZ No. 199
VICTOR G. HUBSCH, Commander
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI No. 223
NORMAN BURMAN, Commander
CORAL CAME $
MURRAY SOLOMON No. 243
M JAY BERLINER, Commander
ST. MTfRSBIMC
ABE ADER No. 246
LOUiS HERSH, Commander
MIAMI MACH
MIAMI BEACH No. 330
MICKEY POSTEL, Commander
MAURICE WEINMAN DANIEL NEAl HELLER RALPH ROSOFSKY ARNOLD FEIN
Jr Vice Commander Post National Commander National Adjutant Judge Advocate
IRVIN STEINBERG Z* *tt ARTHUR LEE, PAUL SAMUELS, EDWIN FEIBELMAN
Regional Commander Trustees
DAVE BURROWS
Adjutant
TAAtPA
ALBERT ARONOVITZ No. 373
ARTHUR SHERRY, Commander
Hourwooo
VICTOR B. FREEDMAN No. 613
ARTHUR HOROWITZ, Commander
SAtASOTA
SARASOTA No. 674
LEON BRUSH, Commander
MI4MI BEACH
NORTH SHORE No. 677
DAVE PECHENIK, Commander
HIAltAH
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS No. 681
WILLIAM SYDEMAN, Commander
NORTH MAM BEACH
ABE HOROWITZ No. 682
HAROLD UHR, Commander
SUffFSfDE-BAL HAJtBOUK
HARRY COHEN No. 723
PERCY FRIEDLANDER, Commander
FT. MVPflAU
WILLIAM KRETCHMAN No. 730
PAUL EPSTEIN Commander
NORTH DAM
COL. DAVID MARCUS No. 746
MARVIN DUKE, Commander
OKAMDO
HARVEY ALBERTSON No. 759
HAROLD ROUSSMAN, Commander
COCOA BEACH
CAPE KENNEDY No. 775
MARVIN ROSENBERG, Commander
SOUTH DAM
SOUTH DADE No. 778
ALVIN M. WEINSTEIN, Commander
r*N mini -ri^o.! "......N hwhh Wm "?'"* *>**
T\JK INrORMA T I UN t memkerthi mnd the insurance priram contact:
JAMES STERN
5820 SW 94th Avenue, Miami
271-7806
or call JACK BERMAN
947-5902
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+Jt*1st) mhridliain
Friday. October 6, 1967
The Officers, the Board of Directors, the Staff
the Students and Affiliate Groups
of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Extend a Happy New Year
to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
JACOB RIFKIN
LEONARD ROSEN RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
LOUIS MERWITZER Principal
Presidium, Hebrew Academy
MRS. SAMUEL ROSNER
President,
Hebrew Academy Women
MRS. HARRY ROSENBERG
President, PTA
D n a D a a ?
rur?
Happy New
Year to All
LEBEDIKER BRANCH
FARBAND ZIONIST ORDER
r.i'M ne*nn to:
To the members of the Lebediker Branch and
the National Executive Board, and to all Sisters
and Brothers who are an integral part of us,
we send our traditional greetings on the
occasion of the New Year 5728. Optimistic-
ally the members of our Branch will again be
the Vanguard to promote cultural and social
functions to muster our forces for Jewish
Emancipation throughout the world and for
the perpetuation of ISRAEL.
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN, President
EU MAUN, Vice President
SOtOMOM PARNESS, financial Secretary
JACOB FRAVDMAN one HANNAH YESNER
According Secretaries
LEON MNSTEIN, Treasurer
OSCAR SHAPIRO, Entertainment Chairman
LEON APRIL, ESTHER LIEBERMAN, ffosnitelars
SAM TETENBAUM, Membership Chairman
RACHL PARNESS, Social Secretary
ANNA WARSHAU, Israel Bono" Chairman
MORRIS ORNSTEIN and LESTER BIGELMAN,
C.I.A. Chairmen
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
THE PIONEER SYNAGOGUE OF MIAMI BEACH
On the occasion of the New Year we fervently pray for
a just and lasting peace for Israel the State and
Israel the People. May a year of tranquility also
dawn for all mankind.
KABBI SHMAKVAHU T. SWIBSKY
AAKON LftNEff, Vice Pres.
mill* MtMIKOVSKY. Vice Pres.
PHILIP BAIDA, financial Secy.
MOKKIS B. WANK, President
MORRIS KMVAT, Vice Pres.
WM. C. MECHANIC, Treasurer
HARVEY TENDIER, Rec. Secy.
Federation Meets Biggest Challenge
Continued from Preceding Page
in depth with the vital role of the YM and YWHA
and Federation in meeting the growing Dumber
of leisure hours as life spans increase and work
weeks decrease.
Federation's key role in the rapidly develop
tag field of Jewish education and the importance
of the Bureau of Jewish Education as a com
Ynunity-sponsored organization are the subjects of
another exhaustive survey.
Still another study project concerned the re-
lationship to the United Fund of Dade County of
Federation and its member .'-- ncies.
Federation and the JFCS are making a joint
cooperative review of the agency's operation of
The Group Home for Boys.
Closer liaison with the Cuban Jewish com-
munity was begun, with effective results in both
service and unparalleled contributions to the Israel
Emergency Fund.
And as the year ended. Norton S. Pallot was
assembling a record-shattering campaign organiza-
tion to plan and execute the 1968 Combined Jew-
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
Immediate Past President
MILTON WEISS
1967 CJA Chairman
I SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 S.W. 69th Way, Miramar, Florida
Rabbi IRWIN CUTLER
President NORMAN PRAFIN
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FROM
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GABLES
Rabbi Maxwell Berger Cantor Seymour Hinkes
President Stanley Silvern
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
OFFERS A NEW YEAR PRAYER FOR PEACE TO ALL MANKIND
L'SHONA TOVA
Mrs. Harold Schneider
Region President
HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Best wishes for a Healthy, Joyful and Religious New Year
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Dov Rosencwaig, Rabbi Board of Directors
Members
1242 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
PRESIDENT ABRAHAM WAGNER
RABBI DAVID RAAB and CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
and OFFICERS of
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545Jefferson Avenue
Wish its
MEMBERS, WORSHIPPERS AND SUPPORTERS
A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL
NEW YEAR
ARTHUR ROSICHAN
Executive Director

'(Likcsntm
BETHEL
CONGREGATION
500 S.W. 17th Avenue
SOLOMON SCHIFF, Rabbi
HYMAN CHABNER
President
LEAH UDELL
President
DELIA DELANCY
CHAFFER
NATIONAL
HEMOPHILIA
FOUNDATION
AUXILIARY
wishes al! members and
friends a
Very HaDpy New Year
NFW YFAR GRFETINGS
Mr. ft Mrs. J. Hyman ft Family
Manager at Canters
73iS Se. Cole., Chita,e 49, til.
Phone RE 4 4746
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Friday, October 6. 1967
vJenisti HcridHcum
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ish Appeal, which must meet increased needs of
our more than 50 local, national and overseas
agencies including the United Jewish Appeal.
The crisis preceding, during and following the
Israeli military triumph over the Arab states re-
sulted in the establishment of a South Florida
Council on the Middle East Crisis, coordinated by
Federation under the leadership of a Federation
vice president. David B. Flecman.
This council, including representatives of every
community-wide .It-wish organization in Greater
Miami, began as the South Florida Council on the
Israel Emergency. All statements to the press,
radio, television and other public sources were
coordinated by the South Fiorina Council.
As the dramatic year closed, the Council and
K. deration were studying the suggestion that the
South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry also be
included within the growing community relations
function of Fderation. Professional and lay lead-
ers of the American Jewish Committee. Aiiti-
Delamation League of B'nai B'rith and the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress cooperated in operation of
the Council and the study committee.
A speakers' bureau headed by Seymour B l.ieb
man was organized to provide well informed and
responsible spokesmen on current affairs to both
non-Jewish and Jewish organizations and the news
media.
Analysis of highly successful Israel Emergency
Fund was begun so that continued involvement
in tin- Jewish community may be secured from
the many thousands who came forward during
Israel's and world Jewry's hour of need.
NORTON PALLOT
1968 Campaign Chairman
The campaign demonstrated the potent role of
the synagogue in fund raising and community
planning, with Orthodox. Conservative and Reform
rabbis and congregation leaders uniting without
notice to make 5727 truly a year to remember.
II is with a fervent prayer for Shalom in 5728
that, as Federation president, in the name of the
Jewish community 1 wish chat each of you be
inscribed for life in the New Year.
L'Shona Tova
Gerald and Felice
P. Schwartz
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& i^au TraADcA.
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So. Miami, Florida
JOINS WITH ALL JEWS
IN THE PRAYER FOR A YEAR OF PEACE
AND PROGRESS TOWARDS
THE MESSIANIC DAY
L' SHANAH TOVAH
_...-- 1967-8
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AND MEMBERS OF
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
935 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR
A SHNAS SHOLOM BROCHO VECHOL TOOV
TO ALL MEMBERS, WORSHIPPERS, FRIENDS,
AND KLAL YISRAEL, HERE AND IN ERETZ ISRAEL.
PAUl P. WIISS, President
ISRAEL GREENBERG, lt Vice Pre*.
MAX TAUGER, 2nd Vice-Pres.
LOUIS MERWITZER, Treat.
JOSEPH MEDOFF, Fin. Secy.
SIDNEY SHAPIRO, Rec. Secy.
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
Extend Good Wishes for the New Year to All
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
ii urn NER TAMiB
ENCENE LAB0VITZ
Rabbi
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
President
EDWARD KLEIN
Cantor
The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
EXTENDS WARMEST GREETINGS for the NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
THE ORTHODOX YAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
7801 CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 41, FLORIDA
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh iver, Director
"At the Threshold of a New Year we are filled with
Sacred Memories of the History of our Vaad Hakash-
ruth; with gratitude to G-d. that He shall crown us
with goodness and virtue to bring us and all Kosher
establishments under our strict supervision, Joy,
in our community, fulfill the wishes of our hearts for
Kindness and Truthfulness in the ranks of Kashruth,
Health foi Life, and for Lasting Peace in the World."
OFFICERS
Morris Feldman
President
Philip Yasser
Vice President
Sam Brick
Secretary
William Cohen
Treasurer
A Most Happy New Year to the Entire Jewish Community
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
WILLIAM E. SCHACHTER
President
RUBIN KUTUN
Board Chairman
Israel Histadrut Committee
of Greater Miami
and
Greater Miami Council for Medical
Services & Vocational Training in Israe
sponsors of
THE GREATER MIAMI "AMAL"
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL RAMLEH, ISRAEL
EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHY, HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-1231
THE SPINOZA FORUM
1234 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BIACH
DR. ABRAHAM W0LFS0N, Chairman
Extends to All
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
"The Synagogue Beautiful' extends New Year Greetings to all
TIBOR H. STERN, RABBI
FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORDER
BEN-GURION BRANCH NO. 304
Wishes the 7ew? and Choverim all over the world a Happy New Year
BERNARD FURMAN, President
WILLIAM L. BECKWITH. Secretary
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN and OFFICERS OF
Sky Lake Synagogue
Extend Wishes for a Happy New Year to All
HARRY FAST0W, President RALPH DIUTCH, Vice President


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+Jewish fleridiair)
Friday Oclcber 6 1967
GREATER MIAMI
COUNCIL OF
PIONEER WOMEN
AND ITS
10 CHAPTERS
ClUB 1
ClUB 1
GOIDA WEI*
KADIMAH
TIKVAH
BEBA IDEISON
CORAL GABIES
AVIVA
EllAT
SHAVNA (Miramar)

*
To our Members, Friends and the
Entire Jewish Community
We extend Best Wishes for a
Most Happy New Year and
Peace In Israel
CHAIM WEIZMANN
BRANCH OF FARBAND
MOE LEVIN, Chairman
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ITS RANIS, OFFICERS mi MJMIERS
l*1*m4 H tkt Jtwhh flcridimm tm4 Hi fc.Jfi M rtetkra
A VERY NAPPY, PROSPEROUS AN* HEALTHY NEW YUI
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Temple Beth Shalom
1725 Monroe Street, Hollywood, Fla.
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
MILTON M. KLIR, President
THE
Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association
its
President and all the Officers
and Board of Directors
wish all their members and friends a most
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
nsraa no"rtm rore
Branch 692 Workmen's Circle of
Miami Beaeh
extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all
Jewrya Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
The Jewish Year In Hollywood
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Kenneth Hyman's production for M-G-M, "The
Dirty Dozen," tells the relentless story of a group
of 12 Britsh-stationed U.S. commandos, retrained
01*1 with criminal records, who are being para-
chuted behind enemy lines into Northern France
just before the D-Day invasion in a bold, daring
and ruthless attempt to liquidate a group of high-
ranking officers of the German military command.
The raiders use unorthodox methods to kill off
every member of the strategy-making general-
staff down to the smallest aides and guards in
order to disrupt the Nazi war efforts. They drop
unprimed grenades down a ventilator into the
headquraters building, then pour down gasoline
to blow up the whole joint.
On the surface, the motion picture which stars
Lee Marvin as the commando leader with Charles
Bronson. Jim Brown, John Cassavetes. Richard
Jaeckel, Trini Lopez. Ralph Meeker and Telly Sa-
valas among the toughies appears shockingly
brutal. From the novel by E. M. Nathanson, with
a screen play by Nunnally Johnson and Lukas
Heller (the latter himself a Jewish refugee who
fled as a lad to England with his parents when
Hitler rose to power), 'The Dirty Dozen" in the
simplest of terms shows the execution of a plan
to find and destroy a nerve center of the enemy.
Director Robert Aldrich, once an assistant to
Charles Chaplin and Joseph Losey, now with
eleven years of creative credits behind him. pulls
no punches to demonstrate that in war the result
justifies the means.
Who was the enemy the 12 raiders set out to
destroy at the roots? It was an enemy who knew
of no mercy for the defeated, the innocent by-
standers, and the so-called racial inferiors. The
total military and civilian casualties caused by
the Nazis in World War II amounted to 76.460.000.
of which nearly one-half were killed. Amonz them
were 2.000.000 Jewish children.

"The Battle Horns," produced by Dick Berg
for Universal, deals with the same period in a
somewhat subdued fashion. It tefli the story of an
American symphony orchestra whose members
are taken prisoner by the Germans during tle
Battle of the Bulge.
In the still unreleased film, directed by Ralph
Nelson, two Academy Award winners. Charlton
Heston and Maximilian Schcll portray the two pro-
tagonists of the American and Nazi attitude of
warfare, and peaceful endeavors Heston Is the
internationally renowned symphony conductor.
Schell is an imperious German general who loves
music, especially of the Wagnerian type. A con-
flict develops between the two men when Schell
demands that his prisoners present a full-scale
concert for his ears alone, with Heston equally
firm in his determination not to bow to hi* cap-
tor's wishes, even though the fate of each of his
70 musicians hangs in the balance. At the finish,
Representative and Mrs.
MARSHALL S HARRIS
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both compromise in a not very realistic attempt to
show that there is mutual respect. The title of "The
Hattle Horns" has just been changed to "Counter
Point."
David L. Wolper's most recently completed
World War II epic. "The Devil's Brigade." deals
with the "Red Berets," a Special Services unit
which had its origin in the dark days of 1940 when.
lying (iff the coast of occupied continental Europe,
England was under savage attack by air and sea.
While Iord Mountbatten's commandos raided St
Nazaire. Calais and Dieppe, the U.S. "Red Berets"
were to move against the coast of Norwaybut be-
fore the group of General Frederick (on the screen
portrayed by William Holdcni could be moiled
into a fighting force, the operation in the North
had been disbanded. Finally, the "Red Berets" are
bloodied in an attack on Santa Matia in the moun-
tains south of Rome and Mount I.aDifensa taken in
:-. (ront.il approach with an incredible loss of lives
Many years later, in another war. the battle flag
o( the First Special Force became the symbol of
a new unit called "Green Berets."

Ariolph Hitler will be seen in David Wolper's
forthcoming three-part documentary feature. "Rise
and Fall of the Third Reich," which is currently
in the editing room. Based on the reportage by
William L. Shirer. the film gives us a graphic de-
scription of the NSDAP (Nazi Party) and traces
Hitler's life from his birth to the final days in the
bunker of Berlin with factual material gathered
from German ncwsreel footage, both captured in
the East and West, plus films from the archives in
Washington. Interviews with such former Nazi
leaders as Otto Strasser and Putzi HanfstaengI were
incorporated and a discussion with Austrian Chan-
cellor Schuschnigg especially recorded for the
movie.
Richard Baschart (a few years ago portraying
the title role in a Hitler picture) now narrate- the
epic story of "Rise and Fall of the Third Reich,"
with Lalo Schifrin's cantata entitled a "Modern
Day Faust Legend." recently previewed in a spe-
cial concert at Hollywood Bowl, making up the
musical score for the dismal happenings on the
screen.
Producer Wolper, 39. doesn't end here his
activities to clarify the events of the past with
his two-fold expose of Hitler's war and peace.
Currently, he is preparing for European location
another multi-million dollar feature entitled "The
Kemagen Bridge." dealing with the break-through
into Germany of the American army in the spring
of 1945
Guy Hamilton, the British film director whom
we met in Beersheba. Israel, in 1961 during pro
duct ion of the Italian co-production of "The Best
of Enemies" (starring David Niven. Alberto Sordi
and David Opotashu). now is at the helm of a great
epic. "The Battle of Britain." to be filmed by
Harry Saltzman (of "James Bond" fame) in 1968,
not as originally announced for Paramount but for
United Artists release. "The Battle of Britain," a
dramatic feature, not a documentary, will depict
Continued en Pag* 10
Year Greetings From
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AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
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dedicated to the growth and development
of Israel's renowned institution of higher
learning and research, the training ground
of Israel's future leaders and world center
of Jewish culture.
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A gift to the Hebrew University is a gift to life. A bequest to 'Ke
HEBREW UNIVERSITY can link your name to many generations. Plans
to meet any special requirements for gifts or bequests may be arranged
without obligation or expense to you, legal or otherwise.
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Phone 532-1707
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TEMPLE MENORAH
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extend best wishes to our many members
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ISRAEL NEEDS YOU! Annual family membership
dues in the ZOA are $15 (tax deductible). Start
the New Year RIGHT and tend the form below
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Friday. OctobexB, 1967
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Continued from Page 9
the berojfi defense of England by the Royal An
Force in the fall of 1940.
M-G-M, meanwhile, is preparing "The Last
Battle." from the novel by Cornelius Ryan (author
of The Longest Day," the D-Day account which
became the theme of 20th Centry-Fox' movie).
The Last Battle," to be photographed throughout
twelve months on European locations with Simon
Schiffrin from France as the production co-
ordinator, deals only with the last three weeks of
Hitlers Germany, starting on April 16. 1945 in the
East and the West of Berlin and ending with the
collapse of Uic Third Reich.

While these films deal with the end of the Nazi
leader, the French motion picture. -King ot
Hearts." shows us a youthful corporal Hitler ap-
pearing on the scene somehow from nowhere, just
whin the defeated Germans are about to evacuate
a village towards the end of World War 1not
before the Krauts had cunningly planted a ton of
explosives to blow up the whole community after
they themselves had withdrawn
Not yet, Adolf!" the Prussian colonel admon-
ishes the pushy young corporal, thereby hinting
that Hitler's role in world history was still to come.
King of Hearts." which opened with a hospital
benefit performance in Hollywood late in August
is a satire on the insanity of war. with special em-
phasis on the ruthlessness of the Teutonic inc iders.
The film was written by Daniel Bouianger who
depicts the hateful character of Col. Helmut von
Kraek with much impertinence and cowardly cun-
ning. ...
The basic story of the "lovely war deals w.th
the inmates of a lunatic asylum and tries to prove
within the realm of noetic fantasy that only the
"Insane" arc sane in a world gone mad Alan
Bates currently portraying the Jewish pogrom
victim in M-G-M's "The Fixer." from the novel by
Bernard Malamud on location in Hungary under
lohn Frankenheimers direction, assays the cen-
tral role of the Scottish private who becomes "The
King of Hearts" of the feeble-minded among the
French peasantry-
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David and Goliath" still is the only notion
picture so far announced that stems from the
recent Israeli victory in the desert. The campaign
and the swift defeat of the Arabs came too quick
for Hollywood movie-makers to digest, though such as Peter Sellers (himself a descendant ot
Benjamin DisraeU-as he tells this column) had
lent their names and talent to fund raising activi-
ties and so did producer Samuel Goldwy who
was 85 on Aug. 27. with a six-fiuure check, and
Joseph E Levine In New York who is al- ;om-
Dieting a film "The Producers." in winch 'tier
is being satirized.
Roger Gorman, who has pledged 29 per Mt of
his revenue from "David and Goliath" to th State
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of Israel, is currently in Europe, His movie deal-
in-' v th the recent Israel-Arab encounter will be
photographed on actual location in conjunction
with Tel Avh'.s MeuaUeni Golan, the producer of
"StUeh" and "Trunk to Cairo."
V ilc Americans will so to the Middle East
to nuke films to immortalize the miracle of Israels
survival Egyptian star Omar Sharif is stuck right
here now completing "Mackenna'a Gold" for
Carij Foreman and Dmitri Tiomkin. a high-
budgeted Western, and then coinc into "Funny
Girl" to play and ling the lead opposite Barbra
Stn -and. who appeared at the Hollywood Howl
at at emergency rally and concert for the State of
israe seemingly op the opposite fence,
i v films this season deal with Jewish themes.
A couple of pictures may invoke the specter ol
anti-Semitism such as "Oliver" currently shooting
in England in which, we hope the character of
la- n is streamlined to reduce the feeling of un
easiness John Woolf of Romulus is producing;
Su Carol Reed, a meat craftsman, directs.
Joseph Stride's production of James Joyces
I lysscs" lu- caused a fjreat deal of comment in
town However, the Irish character of the past
who i< objectionable to many, is not a specific
Jewish one "Ulysses" doesn't revoke anti-Semitism,
hul rather is meant to combat its evil
Throughout all the tensions of the past three
months. Hollywood did i>"t rtop production tor a
m iment, though many Hollywoodians went to their
banks to cash in Iheir stocks, bonds and savings
accounts in order to secure their own future
through an investment in Israel and democracy,
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THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
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Satirical Lines On Israel
TO Ml A mOST HAPPT MtW TEA* .
MR. and MRS. LOUIS ELLIOTT KATZ and FAMILY
ELIZABETH ANNE and MARY TERISSA
ISM S.W. 21 ft STREET
By EPHRAIM KISHON
(Copyright by the Jewish Chronicle
News & Feature Service)
Israel is a country so tiny that there is no room to
write it> name on the world map.
It is the only country in the world which is financed
by its taxpayers abroad.
It is a country of boundless boundaries
It is a country where mothers learn the mother
tongue from their sons
It is a country where the fathers ate sour grapes.
and the children's teeth are excellent.
It is a country where one writes Hebrew, reads
English, and speaks Yiddish.
It is a country where everybody has the right to
soeak his mind, but there is no law forcing
anybody to listen.
It is the most enlightened country in the region.
thanks to the Arabs.
It is a country where all the capital is concen-
trn-le unions
It is a country where ncbody wants to work, ig
they build a new town in three day*' time and
go idle the rot of the week.
I' is a country where a slip of paper can move
mountains, bu* all the mountains beget is
speeches.
It is a country which produces less than it eats, and
yet. of all places, it is here that nobody has
ever died of hunger.
It is a country where nobody expects miracles, but
everyl>ody takes them for granted.
It is a country where one calls ministers 'Moishe'
and then almost dies with the excitement of it
Ii is the only country in the region whose political
regime is the bus cooperative.
It is a country whose survival is permanently en
dangered. and yet its inhabitants' ulcers are
caused by the neighbor from upstairs
(Copyright b| the Jewtah Chronicle
SVw* Feature Ben Icei
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*Jf m isii fkr#atatr
hat is the Role of Today's Rabbi
Continued from Pag* 1
tute spearheaded an outpouring of financial
pi ir! from Synagogues and Temples for Israel.
|, ssed in addition with a dedicated lay leader-hip.
jur community far outdid all expectation;.
The Rabbinical Association sponsors educa
rial programs through the various media of mass
unication. Among these are The Jewish
;ian's Rabbinical Page," which features
Sermons by the local rabbis, and two thirty-minute
(vision programs every Sunday morningThe
Still Small Voice," on Channel 7 at 10 a.m.. and
The Jewish Worship Hour," on Channel 10 at
111 a.m. We also participate in "Man To Man." a
hour inter-faith television program every Tues-
iaj at 0:30 p.m. on Channel 2, which has a r.t'ibi.
priest and minister discussing areas of mutual
rni. We present radio messages on WIOD,
WKAT, W(iBS and other stations.
Foremost among our activities are an Ethics
Committee, which devises standards of dignity in
congregational practices, aiming at the elimina-
tion of commercialism in synagogue life, and a
\;.a.l ll.ikovod." a committee of arbitration,
which resolves disputes within the community with-
out the need for legal adjudication.
As education is a vital part of the rabbinate, a
portion of every meeting is Eel aside for study.
Quest scholars who grace our community from
time to time, as well as our own member rabbis,
are invited to lecture, to lead discussions, and to
present papers and treatises on various subjects.
This is in keeping with our tradition which calls a
scholar a "Talmid Chochom." a wise student. It is
only when one considers himself a perpetual
student." always willing to learn that he will
succeed in retaining and in expanding his knowl-
edge'.
The Association members are active in their
support of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
whicli serves as the fund-raising arm of the Jewish
Continued on Pag* 14
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As the Jewish New Year 5728 unfolds,
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extends its wishes for a Shonah Tovah,
a year of peace,
h?Dpiness and well-being.
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What is the Role of Today's Rabbi
Continued from Page 13
community, as well as all of the Federation's con-
stituent organizations. The State of Israel is the
object of much of the Association's concern. The
investment program of Bonds for Israel, the Jewish
National Fund, and the many Zionist ot*!Trii>a
tions arc included in the work of our member
rabbis. The Association also works very closely
with the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater
Miami, which services all of the congregational
religious schools in the area, with the purpose of
elevating the standards of the religious education
of our youth.
Our recently inaugurated Chaplaincy service
has helped fill a vital need ii, our community
Visitations to offer solace and services to the
many ill and infirm in our hospitals is a source
of new strength and comfort to countless numbers
in our community. We look forward to the ex-
pansion "f this program which is co-sponsored b]
Federation and the Rabbinical Association.
Part of our work in relationship with the gen-
eral community is the issuing of an annual "cal-
endar on religious absences," which lists the dates
where attendance at schools conflicts with the
IeWish holidays. This calendar is presented to the
various school boards and colleges and helps elim-
inate many conflicts of examinations, football
games, graduations, etc.
The Association works closely with religionists
of other faiths on matters f common concern
One of these is the Inter Faith Agency for Social
Justice which involves itself in racial, social and
economic problems. Soon our Miami lnteriKition.il
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
President Rabbinical Association
Airport will have an inter-faith chapel, a ojecl
which the Rabbinical Association has been W irking
on for some time together with the Dioc sse ol
Miami and the Greater Miami Council of Churches
Another tangible result of our common efforts wi
be an Inter-faith religious complex at Interama
which will serve vast numbers of visitors and
permanent residents.
We join in extending good wishes to evei lew
in our community, in Israel, and the world o ST. as
well as to all humanity, for a >car of life. -ilth.
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^Jewish Floridian

Miami, Florida. Fnday, August 4, 1967
Section D
Question Sex for ^osL t: C7cf IJour JXnoJJgc
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What historical significance does th date of
Roth Hashona have?
According to one opinion (that of Rabbi Eliezci >
in the Tannaitic literature the world was created
on that date. (Talmud Babli. Tractate Rosh Hashona
11a). Actually this seems to refer to the end of the
creation process, it being the day that man himself
was created (Pesikta DRab Kahane where the date
for the beginning of the creation is given as 25
days in Elul). The Kabbalists point out that the
Hebrew letters that go into making up the word
"BReshith"' (i.e.. in the Beginning), also make up
the phrase "BAleph Tishri" (i.e., on the first day of
Tishri). Sources who point to Rosh Hashona as a
day of judgment indicate that the first man (Adam)
was judged and forgiven on this day. The Kab-
balists also assert that Cain and Abel brought their
sacrifices on the day of Rosh Hashona (Zohar
Chadash. Genesis 4:2). The prayer of the angels
thai Sarah shall bear a child was offered and ac
eepted on the day of Rosh Hashona which is con-
sidered to be the day she conceived (Pesikta Rab
bati 177a). Some claim that the sacrifice of Isaac
took place on Rosh Hashona. According to the Book
of .Jubilees (31:3) the patriarch Jacob built the altar
at Beth El on Rosh Hashona. The Zohar claims that
it was on the day of Rosh Hashona that Elisha
prophesied the good news to the Shunamite woman
that she would have a child (Zohar Par I. 160b).
The day on which Satan came to prosecute Job
is said to be Rosh Hashona (Targum, Job 1:6).

Why is it a custom to have round Challah* to
at on Rosh Hashona?
Some claim that the roundness of the Challah
signifies the universality of the day, i.e., in that it
is a day when all the world is judged. The form
of the circle is all inclusive, iindicating that the
Almighty is the ruler of all the universe. Others
claim that the roundness of the Challah eaten on
the day of Rosh Hashona is a replica of a crown. It
is on Rosh Hashona that the Jew expresses the
distinct feeling that the Almighty is the Supreme
King of the Universe. In an allegorical sense the
.lew crowns" the Almighty on the day of Rosh
Hashona. Texts of the liturgy often refer to such a
concept during the prayers of the day of Rosh
Hashona. The roundness of the Challah thus be-
comes a symbol of the crown indicating the un-
questionable royalty and power oi the Almighty who
is the sole judge and also the sole forgiver for the
human race.

Why does the festival of Rosh Hashona occur
at the beginning of the month while all the
other major Jewish festivals occur at the middle
of the month?
From a practical standpoint it is of course
most proper that a festival which signifies the
beginning of the year take place on the first day
of a month. It is rather odd to have the beginning
of the year in the middle of the month. The me-
dieval commentators claim that the Almighty de-
signed Rosh Hashona to take place at the beginning
of the month as a means of protection to his people.
When the Satan approaches the Almighty on Rosh
Hashona to complain that His people sinned, the
Almighty tells him "Bring witnesses." The classic
witness of the prosecution against the people are
the sun and the moon. Satan then complains that he
can only find one witness, i.e., the Sun, since the
moon is scarcely visible at the beginning of the
month. Since two witnesses are required to prose-
cute human toits and only one is available, Satan
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*Jenist> itcridfian
Friday. October 6, 1%?I
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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They Tell Me This Is The Wall
-*-.* SLIE WIESEL
(Tim jrnclf 6 reprinted tritfi frrmission from
HadusJi SUzazitif. Mr. Wieiel U a prominent-
wung novelist uho.se u'or\ hair gained him titerjTjr
recognition throughout the worid.)
They tell me this is the Wall.
No, I don't believe it. I' am not ableI am
affaid to believe it. Deep down, of coarse, Trealize
that-they are tight, that Indeed it is the very Wail
which Jew cannot rCeojrnize it instantly! Yet I
cannot hdheve that it is IIwho now stands be-
fore it, gazing as if in a dream, breathlessly con-
fronting it as though it were a living being, omni
potent, all knowing, master of the secrets of the
universe ... a man of stone who has raised him-
self outside and above time, a being that bears me
to a strange and distant world, where each stone
has Its own wiU, fate and memory ... I cannot
believe that it is I who has conceived such stormy
fantasies, that it is I who now trembles like a wisp
in the wind!
I feel a weird sensation This is the first
time that I am here, yet I leel that I was at this
very spot before. I hve already aeen these Jews,
have heard their prayers. Every shape seems fa-
miliar, every sound as though it has arisen from
the depths of my own-past. But there is a differ
encc. Before there were no young men and women
milling about in uniforms What are they doing
here? And why" are they crying? I do not know
They themselves neither know nor say. They tee
nothingexcept the Wall before them. But it is
theirs, for it is they who bore it on their shouldiis
year after year and generation after generation.
And their tears^-their tears are the Wall's.
Indeed, the coverage of this war should b*
handled not only by newspaper columnists and
military exports but by poets and kabbalists ...
wellfor what has happened cannot be described
in neat, logical terms.
Eten if we knew every last detail of the war,
we would still not understand what happened; even
if aU the military and political secrets were sud-
denly disclosed, we could not measure the great
mystery in which we are endoaked as if by the
command of the Almighty Himself.
There are those who apeak of Ilashgacha El-
yona, Divine Providence and of the merit of our
forefathers which protected us. And there are
the rationalists who are willing to consider jus
the possibility of miracles But there is no officer
I've met who has not agreed that there are napec-
to what has happened that dry intellect alone w:
never grasp.
Even the "freethinkers" interpret the e*pen
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Telephone 688-3181
TO ALL .
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Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parking
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Coral Gables
154 Almeria Av*
Phone 446-2820
Holiday Greetings From .
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Miami, Florida
665-2546
Best Wishes For A
Very Happy New Year
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*Jenisti flcrkUar?
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1
ence 88 organically a religious oneit has com
pellf-d each Jew to confront his people, his past
and bit God.
To borrow the language of the rabbis: the en-
emy prophesied, but didn't understand his own
prophecy, It was total, for he was defeated.no.t only
bj U)' soldiers arid, officers of an armyhe was
defeated by the totality of Jewish history itself!
Two thousand years of suffering, longing and hope
uere mobilized for the battle, just as the millions
(.! martyr* of the holocaust wen- enlisted to the
ranks Like the Biblical pillars of fire they came
and shielded their spiritual heirs. What enemj
could ever conquer them"
The words and phrases our enemy used caused
the memory of the holocaust to defeat him He did
nol realise thai there are words which are for-
bidden to be uttered, not in our generation, not
in regard to the Jewish people He did not
thai a person can bring destruction on
not only in one moment, as our rabbis of
is, but with one word!
lit was too quick, too fasl to threaten the de
of Krael. and this was ;i monumental
I: the world community was nol moved
ch bj iiis threats, bul the Jewish nation
throughout the globe shuddered and rose like one
a ongsuis the Jewish state which for two weeks
lay under heavy siege A few words by Nasser
v .is ( :>uRh to make the situation a fight for BUT
iival of the whole Jewish people
'[".' time the soldiers of Israel felt thev w re
TO ALL GREETINGS
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SOUTHEAST INC.
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STEEL SCAFFOLD
* Distributor *
COMPLETE STOCK OF SELF-LOCKING PANELS
BRACES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONCRETE SHORING,
MASONRY, PAINTING. ALL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
AND MAINTENANCE WORK
d W riling Wall
nol alone Behind them were organized hundreds
nt wealthy and dedicated communities
University students flooded embassies to enlist
lor the fight; the llassidim of Williajnsburg de-
Continued on Page 13-D
:-:appy new year
TO ALL
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OLTCHICK, Pres.
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
BLUE BIRD
BAKERY
8522 BIRD ROAD
MIAMI
Telephone 226-2361
Dr. and Mrs.
MAX PEPPER
AND FAMILY
EXTEND BEST WISHES
lor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Friend*
and Relatives
Hdiday Greetings From
EMBASSY
lion i
2940 Collins Ave.
Atlantic IBvacli
Hotel
3400 Collins Ave
Under New Ownership
-------TO" ALL OUR
FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Goldman's 71st St.
SHELL SERVICE
71st ft ABftOTT
UN 6-9951
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
NEIL BASIL'S GALLERIES, INC.
2935 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SABIN ROBBINS PAPER CO.
1311 NW. 22nd Street, Miami
Phone 633-9518
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
AMERICAN MAILING SERVICE
3650 N.W. 50th Street, Miami
Phone 633-8447
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
FLORIDA TAG & LABEL CO., INC
1090 E. 24th ST., HIALEAH
696-3128
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES
EVE BURKE STAUFFER SYSTEM
5842 S.W. 73rd Street
Phone 665-6533
SALES
RENTALS
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST, INC.
3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE
Ph. 635 2408
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
EMPIRE ADVERTISING CO.
PEPPY SIGNS PLASTIC LETTERS
1600 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami
445-7851
New Year Greetings From
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
3725 So. Dixie Highway
SID FALK-BARNEY LANDERS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
WALDRON TIRE CO., INC.
7005 N.W. 4Ht STREET
888-4651
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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Sidney Rubinowitz. President
350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1-0876
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES
SATISFIED CARPET SERVICE
5500 S.W. 77rh Court
Phone CE 5-3311
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ANN SCHAEFER'S FLORIST
14444 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami
688-2588
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES
CLAUDE SOUTHERN CORP.
3950 N.W. 31st AVE
PL 633-8121
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AND BEST WISHES
LIVE OAKS NURSING HOME
2200 N.W. 26th Street
Phone 633-6333
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
JENSEN-HANSEN FURNITURE
450 ftiltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 444-7469
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES
LINCOLN LANE RESTAURANT
1670 Meridian Court, Miami Beach
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
WHEELER -WALKEB* I.W.
3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-8717
JACK WALKER, Prdsident
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES
RALPH HAYES FLOWER SHOP
9460 Harding Ave., Miami Beach
866-2056
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
JOSETTE BEAUTE PARLOURS
321 Alhambra Circle, Corel GaMes
443-8521


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for a
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Leru FROM THE ENTIRE STAFF OF
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T.lephon* JE 2-5421
AND
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545 N.E. 15lh STtEET
Telephone 377-8831
Joe Nevel
Sol Frankel
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THAL BROTHERS
EPICURE MARKET
S.S. Pierce Products Prime Meat*
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MIAMI BEACH
9417 Harding Avenue, Surf side
JE 8-1865
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
AMERICAN BAKING CO.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BEACH DUPLICATING SERVICE
600 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
Phone: 532-2868
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
RALPH H. WOLFF
PHOTOGRAPHY
824 W. 71st Place, Hialeah
Phone: 821-0636
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
KENDRICK'S PURE OIL STATION
"We Honcr A:. .Vaior Oil Credit Cards'
(Local Residents Only)
SPECIALIZING IN
ENGINE tONE UP
BRAKES
WHEEl BALANCE
14095 So Dixie Hwy Miami
ROAD SERVICE CALL 235-6421
Rosh Hashona Today's Meaning
BY RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN
RoshJalashona" What has it meant in
the pea| What cae it mean for's today?
Rath Hashana together with Vom Kippur
known as the High Holidays. This implies that they
should occupy a preeminent position in the festival
calendar of our people. In fact, these holidays are
given more recognition and are observed to a
greater extent than the other major festivals.
The term Rosh Hashona occurs only once in the
entire Bible, and that is not in the Pentateuch,
where the important Jewish holidays are described,
but in the book of Ezekiel. There it is mentioned
incidentally as the date of the prophet's vision in
573 B.E.C. Moreover. Ezekiel speaks of Rosh Hash-
ona is occurring on the tenth day of the month.
This has given rise to speculation that in the early
centuries of our history Rosh Hashona (which
means New Year) was observed on the tenth day
of the seventh month, which was known as Etanim
in the early calendar and as Tishri in the later
Jewish calendar, and that is coincided with Yom
Kippur.
In the Pentateuch, the holiday known to us as
Rosh Hashona is spoken of only as "the first day
of the seventh month.'' That holiday is mentioned
twice, while the Pilgrimage eFstivals (Pesach. Shav-
uot and Sukkot: are described in four separate
passages. Even more remarkable is the fact that
the three Pilgrimage Festivals are associated wit;,
events in early Jewish history, but there is no
commemoration for Rosh Hashona. In Ltvttlcus,
chapter 23. verse-24. we read: "In the seventh
month, on the first day of the month, you shall
have complete rest, a sacred occasion commemorat
ed with loud blasts'" (Zikron Truai In Number-
chapter 29, verse 1, we read: "In the seventh month
on the first day of the month, you shall observe a
sacred occasion. ... as a day when the horn i-
sounded" (Yom Trua.) In neither citation is th.
pame of the holiday mentioned as Rosh Hashona
nor is any reason given for the observance. Th-
name of the instrument to be sounded is not ident:
fied as a Shofar (a rams horn). The term "Trua
used in both passages means a loud blast such a
came from the two silver bugles which Mose-
fashioned in the wilderness, at God's command
(Numbers XI 10). These were used to give th.
signals for assembly and for marching.
However, the importance of a holiday is no'
determined by its orgin. but by its subsequent
development Somewhere along the line, the Jeu
ish people found it desirable to invest the first day
of the seventh month with vital meaning and
observance They determined to regard it as th.
beginning of a new year They associated it aril
the creation of the world, possibly at the I
Happy Holidays to All
WORLD WIDE SALES
SURPLUS SALES OF AIRCRAFT PARTS
60O0 N.W. 77th AVE. Ph. 888-7051
We Wish All Our Friends and Clients A Happy New Year
uou's BBAVTY vuov
1455 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
TAOLLIE HART Ph. 538-0000
PII4.JtfJTS
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
Health. Peace and Happiness
7469 DADEIAND MALL, MIAMI
210 HOLLYWOOD MALL HOLLYWOOD
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Gene Berry's >lusi< Drum Shop
636 East 4th Ave., Hialeah Phone 887-5642
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
KANES MASTERBILT FURNITURE CO.
NATHAN KONiGSBERG, President
3275 Northwest 65th St. OX 1-0822
EAR GREETINGS
Best Wishes from
BLACKSTONE DRUGS
FOR ALL YOUR DRUGS
850 Washington Ave., M.B.
Phone 534-2275
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BIRD ROAD ELECTRIC
FREE ESTIMATES PICK UP & DELIVERY SERVICE
7311 S.W. 41st Street Phone 667-9923
LEON C. McASKILL
Of
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wants to Wish All of His Friends
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
Holiday Greetings From .
LeBLANC CLEANERS
209-23rd Street
MIAMI BEACH
534-4389
H li ry Greetings From .
CARFEL IMPORTS
LANGFORO BUILDING
121 S.E. 1st STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
374-5607
GREETINGS TO ALL
"WHERE TO GET THEM"
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
MARINE SUPPLIES PAIMTS and VARNISHES FISHING TACKll
NAUTKAl CMAtTS SHIPMATE I WILLIS iOTTLIO GAS
FREE PARKING and DEUVERY
3701 N.W. 21,t STREET PHONE 635-7377
' -ry Greetings From .
EMPIRE BRONZE
4801 N.W. 35th Avenue
Miami, Florida
NE 5-6032
Holiday Greetings From .
GARSON INDUSTRIES
1675 W. 32nd Place
Hialeah, Florida
822-1443


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+Je*isti ffcricfiar
Page 5-D
when Jewish chronoloey was chanped and the
years were counted from the Biblical record of the
ii. creation. The yean were then dated from
the first day of the seventh month which became
Rosh Hashona.
The sounding of the horn which the Torah pre-
scribes as the ritual for that day was associated
with the sounding of the ram s horn iShofarl when
the hildren of Israel received the Ten Command
of Mount Sinai (Kxodus XX: 18). The Shofar
- were a call to duly which the revelation at
imposed In addition, the Shofar sounds
-t ;i warning and danger "Blow the Shofar
and warn the people." (Ezekiel XXX111:3). The
i1a! -t< ;> was to regard the New Year day as a day
ol judgment on which Ciod decrees the fate of in-
dividuals and of nations for the coming year. As
we appear before the Heavenly tribunal, we realize
our frailty and unworthiness. and so we invoke the
merits of our ancestors, the I'atriachs. to come to
our aid. The sounding of the Shofar recalls the
dedication of Abraham at Mount Moriah when he
was ready to sacrifice his son. Isaac, to carry out
what appeared to him as the Divine behest. A ram
was substituted as a sacrifice and the Shofar is
a ram's horn. Thus. Rosh Hashona became a "Yom
lladin." a Day of Judgment. Poets ana liturgical
composers embellished this concept. The selection
"U-neta-neh To kef." recited and chanted in the
portrays a vivid picture of the Heavenly court over
which God presides. It is modeled after a terrestrial
court oi justice with its prosecutor (Satan) and its
Continued on Page 12 D
Holiday Greetings From .
ALL PURPOSE
SANITIZING CORP.
"Specializing In Rest Room
Sanitization & Deodorizing"
2 106 Palm Ave Hialeah
887-5321
Holiday Greetings From .
EVE & ADAM
BEAUTY SHOP
1630 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Miami Beach
Phone 534-6981
FISHER
OPTICAL SERVICE
921 Lincoln Road JE 1-3580
9415 Harding Ave
UN 4-3580
MIAMI BEACH
Richard B Popper
- Carl H Popper
Best Wishes For A
Happy New Year
Holiday Greetings From .
DEERBORNE SCHOOL
Grades 1 through 11
Nursery and Kindergarten
311 Svilla Ave.
Coral Gables
448-4666
Accredited by SKI* D*pi of Edut
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Gl Gl's ITALIAN
RESTAURANT
13205 N.W. 7th Ave.
NORTH MIAMI
681-5891
HAPFY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES
HAIR FAIR INC.
834 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Phone 532-7128
GKtlllNGi F*0M BUSY MUMfORD
CMC CLOTHES AT WORKING GIRL PRKIS .
ALMOST XII S1IOPPE
COCKTAR GOWNS We $lt far rou en Comijnmeiif Basis CASUAL WCAI
2723 S.W. 27th AVE. Phone 443-2414
MIRRORS GLASS TABLE TOPS
Store Front 8 Plate Glass Work
DECOR WINDOW SHADES
A. J. WINDOW SERVICE INC.
126 5th Street, Miami Beach
JE 8-8237 JE 8-7050
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
COUNTY BOTTLED GAS., CO. INC.
1234 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
Phone 758-5544
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BABETTE & RICHMAN PHOTOGRAPHERS
1071 N.E. 79th Street, Miami
751-2832
ANITA BABETTE & HOWARD J. RICHMOND
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MR. & MRS. MURRAY I. LEYINE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
LANICA AIRLINES INC.
OFFERING JET SERVICE TO
CENTRAL AMERICA
25 Mc ALLISTER ARCADE
Phone 377-4777
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BRUCE TERMINIX EXTERMINATING CO
2160 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-4538
Wish Your Jewish Friends a
Happy New Year
with a gift of flowers
from
(TiifixoticGttiilfns
Tl>e Sou'h i lorgeit Florist
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
1790 N.W. 1 7th Ave. 607 Lincoln d.
63S-4316 532-3361
CORAL GABLES
S95S Ponce de Leon
665-5423
FT. UUDERDALE HOLLYWOOD BOCA RATON
2S01 N. Federal Mwy. J001 Hollywood II.d. 2854 N Federal Hwy.
564-0546 22-.201 399-6.il
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
B. & F. METAL PRODUCTS, INC.
4798 East 10th Lane, Hialeah
Telephone 688-2404
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BENNETT OPTICAL SERVICE
918 E. 25th Street, Hialeah 696-0816
742 W. 49th Street, Hialeah 821-6401
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BUYAMA REFRIGERATION CO.
651 N.W. 106th Street, Miami
Phone 758-7850
Holiday Greetings From .
FLORIO-ROSATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Road, Miami Beach
532-6351
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BONNIE MISS OF FLORIDA
220 N.W. 5th Avenue, Hallandale, Florida
Telephone 945-5512
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CREATIVE PRINTERS, INC.
4497 E. 11th Avenue, Hialeah
681-8551
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CORAL-MIAMI PRESS
1161 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
373-9078
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FLORIDA AUDIO VISUAL, INC.
3942 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Phone 759-4473
NEW YEAR GREFTINGS
HANDELL PRINTING CORP.
2157 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-5824
H. HANDELSMAN, President


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we wish LSHANAH
EVERYONE TOVAH
TIKOSEVU
tlympw
Coral
Coloay
Florida
Shirts
Eables
Bnlenui
Snmlaad
F'orida
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SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
^X for a Happy x
Holiday Season to All
253 N.W. 22nd lane
371-4603
STW VIA? SHEETINGS
HAROLD and NORMA ABBOTT
and Children Ed, Myles and Barry
A VERY HAPPY NEW VIA? TC All
I MIMMI siioi: > AMI\
"The Mmct fe Go It tfce Himti tn '
Km Ham* rtm $>$ New C*taltt line f Smart Hcn*kc,s
8134 N.E. 2nd Ave., little River Tel PL 8-6302
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
VILLAGE FLORIST
"FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS"
838 E. 9th STREET HIALEAH
Phone 885-3231
Holiday Greetings to All
AETNA SECURITIES CORPORATION
We specialize >n Over-The-Cownter Stocks & Bends
MIAMI BEACH 220 71st Street 865-3751
NEW YORK CITY 111 Bfoedway WO 4-6400
BERKSHIRE LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
1401 S.W FIRST STREET
MIAMI RORIDA 33135

BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
ATLANTIC BINDERY ft BOOK REPAIR
Tfcr OWy *> i" Diwi & KiWiaf 1 *tp*ir
f w Mm Svaofeav**
245 S.W. 17th AVENUE Miami Ph. 37 3-8856
They Responded In Israel Crisis
' By ALB6BT REMON
Years from now dulBren in the United States
will ask their grandfathers what they did during
the third Arab-Israel war and the question will
bring forth an answer that will prove to be a
glowing page in the history- ot American Jewry's
organized effort in the building and survival ol
the State of Israel.
It is an easy device to compare the action ot the
Jews m America to the heroic stand of the Israelis
on the battlefronts of the Sinai Desert, the Syrian
fulls and the Jordan River. Bui there is really no
need to go that far to bring into floodlight promi
nence the waves ot personal generosity and in-
volvement which the crisis and the subsequent sa
day war produced only a few >hort months aso
What happened in the Israel Bond campaign
provides striking testimony to the extraordinary
character and scope of the response to Israel's hour
of gravest peril and challenge Record sale- ol
Israel Bonds were recorded in every community
throughout the country Those who participated in
the Israel Bond drive in the past sharply increased
the purchases Many others who never bought Bonds
at all came forward at this time and invested in
Israel's future ;n very substantial amounts, in order
to identify themselves with the strengthen!!
the country s economy and to support the wide
program of economic reconstruction which -ill uv
needed in the coming months.
Episodes wTttch would have been most u-uni..l
a few months earlier became almost commo
In many communities Bar Mnzvah and graduation
parties were cancelled and the money ||
in Israel Bonds Cheder clasiea chipped b
bought Israel Bonds for their schools, Bar Mi
r- wen turned into Israel Bonds and bank- gave
low innterest and even Interest-free loans to peopla
who wanted to buy Israel Bonds
Some of the individual stones that have been

i.....
MIAMI PANTS MANUFACTURING CO.
547 N.E. 1st AVENUE 371-5013
MR.
yROSSV**.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. & MRS. EUGENE J. WEBS
AND FAMILY
No. 3 Island Avenue, Belle Islo
HAPPY NEW YEAR and BEST WISHES TO ALL
LE PARISIEN Restaurant Francais
474 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD (formerly 41st St)
Phone 534-2770
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
\miml\ai\m Ktpmin 24-Hr. Service Eicavatiaf. CmUicttr
4450 S.W 74th Avenue 223-1410
N'GmTS -3 5UNOvs a'*' VO 7-SST1
HAPPY NEW YEAR
awy* BEST WISHES
THE NEW STUDIO RESTAURANT
2340 S.W. 32nd Avenue
FRED JOSSIE 444-9212
THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE
4257 West Ftagler Street
DAN CAMERON 445-0065
HAPPY NET.' YEAR
ANT 5EST WISHES
UDAY GREETINGS FROM
BENGIS ASSOCIATES, INC.
PLASTIC I NEON SIGN MANUFACTURERS
Design Consultants Service Erection Ma inter?
120 N.W. 54th Street. Miami
Phone 305' 754-5471
Happy New Year and Best Wishes
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY. PERRINE. FLA
Phone: 238-3535
H
19th HOLE BAR
Where Friends Mee
and Relax
1910 S.W 57th Ave
Miami, Florida
Phone 667-9130
MILDRED HULL
INTERIORS
345 Palermo Ave
Coral Gables
446-1756
. From .
PARK AVENUE
SERVICE STATION
331 -23rd Street
MIAMI BEACH
531-3659
lings From .
THE GOLDEN COMB
2309 LEJEUNE ROAD
CORAL GABIES
443 7158
kry Greetings Fr:
ERNEST 4 DALE
COIFFURES
533 S.W. 73rd Street
South Miami
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fJewisti flcriaU&r
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reported give a truly heartwarming picture of the
strong desire to help Israel.
In New York, two non-Jewish sailors Irom a
V.S. Navy ship entered the Israel Bond office with
money for Bonds which they had collected trom
every member of the crew. They then rushed out,
explaining that another ship was due in port mo-
mentarily and they wanted to get there to collect
for Israel Bonds before the crew.had a chance to
.spend all its money ashore.
A Pennsylvania truckman was making a delivery
at the time that an Israel Bond luncheon was in
progress. After listening to the proceedings tor
a few minutes, he bought a $5,000 Bond. Then he
approached all of the members of his association
and they purchased a total oi $42,000 in Bonds. The
payment was delayed because the truckers wanted
to have 100 per cent participation of the members,
and they had to wait for four ot their number who
were on the road and could not be reached. This
group, incidentally, is composed of Americans ol
Italian extraction.
On another occasion, an Israel Bond volunteer
took a cab to a meeting. Entering into conversation
vv ith the driver, he told him the purpose of the
gathering which he was attending. Upon arriving
at the destination, the cab driver refused to accept
payment for the ride, bought an Israel Bond trom
lus passenger, and drove oil with a pile ot sub-
scription forms and prospectuses, promising to try-
to sell Bonds to all his lares.
There were numerous individuals like the elder-
It man who walked into the office in one city with
S4.300 in cash to buy a Bond. It was lus life's sav
Israel's port of Elath on the Gulf of Aqaba,
which has been built up with the Israel
Bonds, is expected to be of even greater
importance to the future of Israel's economy.
ings, he said. When asked how he would get along,
he answered in Yiddish, "God will take care of
me." In a similar occurrence, a working girl brought
in her lile's savings and bought Bonds, explaining
that as long as she was working she would get by,
and she wanted Israel to have the use of the money.
A young man of 22 invested his family's life sav-
ings of $2,700 in Israel Bonds$1,000 he had re
ceived as a wedding gift, $1,000 his wife had re
ceived, and $700 they had saved for their two-year-
old child.
A bank in a small community was overrun with
people making withdrawals or taking loans in order
to buy Bonds. The atmosphere was electric, the
enthusiasm was catchingand the bank itselt made
Continued on Following Pag*
I ':day Greetings From .
ENNO HAIR
FASHIONS
2910 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
448-7853
Holiday Greetings From .
DAVID'S UPHOLSTERY
761 N.E. 69th Street
Miami, Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DE CONNA ICE CREAM COMPANY
3292 N.W. 38th STREET Miami Ph. 635-2421
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM
FLORIDA SMOKED FISH COMPANY
761 N.W. 21st STREET
Bernard Oxenberg, Pres. FR 9-6483
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Holiday Greetings From .
CARON BEAUTY
SALON
1538 S.W. 8th St., Miami
Phone 374-1047
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
Fashion Mart Bldg., 221 NW 1st Court
Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Dino's Fontana Di Trevi Restaurant
Free Delivery 912-71st St. 864-2618
Holiday Greetings From .
JOE THE
LAMPLIGHTER, INC
816 Fifth Street
Miami Beach
538-1738
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR. & MRS. NAT COULTON
AND FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARR SMITH & ASSOCIATES
123 ALMERIA AVE., CORAL GABLES
Phone 444-9883
Holiday Greetings From .
RICH PHOTOS
IB S.W. 27th Ave., Miami
Telephone 445-3721
Happy New Year Greetings
To All
CAL KOVEHS CONSTRUCTION CORP.
1770 Bay Road 538-6676
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ALEXANDER MONTESSORI SCHOOL
6050 S.W. Red Road, So. Miami
Phone 665-6274
tj^cst Wishes for a
CAPITAL NATIONAL
BANK OF MIAMI
117 N.E. 1st AVENUE
Ph. 371-9641
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DAVE ZINN'S
lICIAM.u: Al TO CENTER, WC
740 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH Ph. 531-7618
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
FRANK O. PRUITT
& SONS, INC.
-INSURANCE-
350 NE 15th STREET
Phone 377-0691
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
STOCK'S PHARMACY
We Live on Premises For Emergency Night Service
'Drive-In Window Service" (Near Barry College)
11638 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 759-6534
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
LOI TAYLOR, INC
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE. HIALEAH
SEASON'S GREETINGS...
GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT
7143 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones: 754-8733, 758-3956
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SI III HOI MM I I I II
841 WEST 17th STREET Hiakah Ph. 887-3828
IRVING NATHAN, President
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ..
INTERSTATE SCREW CORP.
RONALD SEIDEN, President
6760 N.W. 37th Ave.
OX 1-8700
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FENCE AT
A SAVMXG!
* AIL ALUMINUM "GOLDEN LINK"
* ALUMINIZED CHAIN LINK
FHA FINANCED
NO MONEY DOWN
PHONE TU 5-1446
fOIII LAUOEROALf JA 3 1326
* C01OR WEVE STRIPS IN COLORS
{privacy without upkeep'
* GALVANIZED CHAIN LINK
* REED PATIO SCREEN
* SAF-T-UNK V MESN CHAIN LINK
* PLASTC COVERED CHAIN LINK
FENCE
MASTERS. IXC.
"Tfce Company to calf it tht oat
that has them all '."
7101 N.W. 69th AVE.
P.O. Box 35-666
BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
AHSTRA1T DRAPERY SHOP
180 ARAGON AVENUE Coral Gables Ph. 444 9484
MRS E SIMON, Owner


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Friday. October I
(/jc*! lAJishes for a
C cry ^Jlappy c/Vew ^y^"*
FROM THE
OFFICERS and
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF
INTERNATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
S.W. 27th Avenue at 7th Street
dust off the tra '
Phone 445-5341
They Responded In Israel Crisis
Continued from Preceding Page
a $75,000 purchase, to another community, a eroup
of Jewish farmers, joined by many ot their Christian
neighbors, wanted to buy Israel Bonds despite the
fact that they had no ready cash due to a bad
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
AMERICANA HOTEL 865-7891
907 NORMANDY DRIVE, MIAMI 8EACH
UN 4-2211
:al 3oncis have had a major role in fi-
nancing facilities for mining ar.i process.ng
copper ore at Tirana, the s:te oi King Solo-
mon's mines.
season. Borrowing from local banks, they bouy!
over S300.000 in Israel Bonds, nearly double theii
previous record.
Some of the stories are amusing, some of thei
are deeply moving, all of them encouraging ii
terms of the htnnan spirit
One woman entered an Israel Bond office and
asked for the ladies' room She emerged a short
time later carrying a money belt which she had
just removed. Result0 A purchase of SlO.OOn
An elderly lady came into one Bond office with
S25"> the price of the new dentures she needed
representing all the money she had. She explain.:
that Israel needed the money immediately, and
added: 'I have waited so long for my new teeth
I can wait a little bit longer '
A newspaperman, who lost his job in the recent
closing 01 the New York World Journal -Tribune
took his entire severance money and invested it In
Israel Bonds.
In another community, the Bond office receiv.
a call from the wife of a man who had just DOdei
gone major surgery. She said "The first thing m>
husband asked when he came out of the anesthetn
was that I tell you that he wants to increase hi-
purchase substantially Please announce this in
crease at the Israel Bond dinner next week "
Various groups undertook efforts of a scope and
intensit> that they had never tried before. In Phila
delphia. plant owners and union leaders canvassed
the city's entire men's clothing industry, sellin.
more than $285,000 in Israel Bonds, mainly to nor
Jews. A group of teen-age boys and girls, student-
PORTOFINO
SENDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS
THE ORIGINAL HOFFMANS
CAFETERIA
15th Street and Collin* Ave. Ph. 531-0357
KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD OPEN ALL YEAR
Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons
LATTA'S SANDWICH SHOP & RESTAURANT
Open 24 Hours Good Wholesome Food Reasonably Pr zed
700 N.W. 79th ST. AND 11901 N.W 7th AVE.
754-5355 688-0811
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
FAIR IIAVI>v
LUTHEIAN irtlRfMENT AND NUISINC CENTtl
201 Curtiss Parkway. Miami Springs TeL 887-1565
. YEAF S TO ALL ..
TIPPY TOGS OP MIAMI, INC.
2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph. 371 -6628
\pir Year Greetings
Golden Nugget Pancake House
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
723 DuPont Building
4915 ted Reed (212 Red Sense! BMf.)
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Donald Kaplan Marvin Haven
129 NE 79th Street Telephone Pi 1-8613
A Happy New Year
ALLEGRO MUSIC HOUSE
306 ARAGON AVE CORAL GABIES
Ever.-" ig 'Of the '' s : an
PHONE 444-8181
Greetings from MARY and NINA
UiM'avnc TVrra* Beauty Salon
'Specialists in High Styling"
278 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 373-0359
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL MR. JULIAN RANNO. Owner
A & B Hud I'd Beauty Shop
- Permanent Wave Specialists jf
799 N.E. 125th STREET Phone 754-1522
GREETINGS...
C C. N. PORTUGUESE LINE
SHAW BROS GENERAL AGENTS
501 N.E. 1st Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SARA FREDRICK
AMERICANA HOTEL SPORTSWEAR
9701 Collins Ave., Bel Harbor
Phone 865-0406
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ANGIES
BEAUTY
SALON
Open Daily
Plus Friday Evening*
And Sunday* 9-4
497 N.E 167th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ONE HOUR CLEANERS
704-71st Street
Miami Beach
Phone 866-4291
Holiday Greeting! From .
GROVE BEAUTY
SALON
3417 Main Highway
Coconut Grove
4444734 For Appointment
Holiday Greetings From .
MODERN BOOK
SHOP, INC.
S771 Suniet Dr., South Miam
6662568


Friday, October 6. 1967
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at a Hebrew academy, sold $40,000 in Israel Bonds
within a few days by ringing doorbells.
On another occasion, a small synagogue group
got together to plan an Israel Bond meeting to
be held two days later. There was no intention of
selling Bonds at the planning meeting. But when
the session ended, a spontaneous current swept
through the group, and they bought $29,000 in
Bonds. One of the members, a working man of
limited means, the next day brought in a fistful of
rumpled bills of different denominationsan addi-
tional SI.000 purchase.
One of the most impressive stories concerns a
small s\nagogue which had never scheduled any
activity for Israel Bonds. During Israel's period of
crisis, the synagogue officials called the Bond office
on their own initiative, and asked that someone
come to a meeting to tell them about the campaign
The Bond worker who planned to attend had a flat
tire while driving out, and arrived at the synagogue
to find the building almost completely dark, and
the Rabbi getting ready to leave. The Bond repre-
sentative didn't know whether the meeting had
been held or not, but the Rabbi reassured him that
it had taken place, and turned over checks totaling
$190,000 This occurrence was a good instance of
the role of volunteers in Israels emergency; in
numerous instances, when the heavy meeting sched-
ule made it impossible for a Bond professional to
be present, the people went ahead anyway and
produced outstanding results for Israel.
These are but a few examples of the un-
precedented response to the Israel Bond drive
which was evoked by the events of the recent past.
Americans once again demonstrated in the most
compelling terms their warm feeling for Israel, and
their faith in it as a courageous, democratic nation.
Very Coral Way
National Bank
* BANKING HOURS *
Lobby Hours 9:30 A.M. till 2 P.M.
Drive In Hours 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
1699 CORAL WAY
Production of high quality ceramics for the
export market is being stepped up at the
settlement of Kfar Menachem as part ot the
new emphasis on exports to reduce the gap
in Israel's balance of trade.
Holiday Greetings From
Jean
Berry
Fashions
Specialist ot Sophisticated
Clothes For The Smaller
Figure
Sizes 3 to IS and 4 to 14
369 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
Phone 444-3667
Holiday Greetings Fr<
HAL KAYE
PHOTOGRAPHER
266 N. E. 70th Street, Miami
751-1853
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
741 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone PL 4-5561
Aluminum Awnings Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday .
* IN LOS ANGELES ............................ IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S
* IN CHICAGO ............................................ IT'S HENRICI'S
* IN NEW YORK ................................................ IT'S LINDY'S
* IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S .
hoi.i u:\s
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue
Holiday Greetings From .
Chet Miller
PHOTOOtAPHY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Friends
and Customers From
ROYAL PRINTER
2255 Coral Way
443-9651
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN THE SOUTH FLORIDA AREA
WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
VIENNA & WILNO
KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
Phone FR 1-6551
2181 N.W. 10th Avenue
TO ALL GREETINGS -
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 AM.
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 44733
THE JEWELRY STORE OF TOMORROW
KINGSLEY JEWELERS
AND DIAMOND BROKERS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
FROM
MR. AND MRS. NATHAN HOLTZMAN AND EMPLOYEES
513 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 538-4244
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING
ENGINEERS
622 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone HI 6-0836
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
JAMES A. DAVIS ACCOUNTANT
BRING YOUR FIGURES TO US
1050 S.E. 8th AVE. Hialeah Ph. 867-6356
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON .
WILLIAM "BILL" WISNESKY
EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS
Barber-Green Ditchers Foundations Septic Tanks
Dry Wells Backhoe Excavating
7240 SW 42nd STREET
223-1822
GREETINGS .
Concrete Hoisting
Bar Joists Set
Steel Erected
Clam and Drag
N. POPENHAGER
-CRANES-
Phone HI 3-2652 2534 Lincoln Avenue
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
Best Wishes for the New Year ...
The Doorwt\ to
fish ton ml
In FmtU
T.m.-ThiTty-T*o Mhmclt Milt Coral G. FU.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE TEWISH COMMUNITY
SUPERIOR GAS CORP.
OF MIAMI
2850 S.W. 71st AVE.
Call 223-1261


?age 10-D
+Jewistrk>rkiiaun
Friday, October 6. 1967
^ |Jappy J^ew Asm;
Alay yew blessings each year
continue to increase
in a world of abundance,
good fellowship, and peace.
Jennie Grossinger
Search For PeaceEvaluate Self
BEST WISHES and NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Councilman & Mrs. Joe Malek
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
JACK SILVER
HERB BRODSKY
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGE
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
To All A Most Happy New Year .
Stembler Adams Frazier
Insurance Agency, Inc.
EASY OFF-STREET PARKING
2600 W. Flagler Street Phone 444-6575
"SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA OVER 40 YEARS"

GOLDMAN'S KOSHER MEATS
1324 N.f! 163rd Street Phone 945-0361
We Carry Choice and Prime Meats ONIY
Under Supervision of United Koshrus Ass'a.
. % one1 .
NORMAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET
953 Washington Ave., Miami Beach JE 8-0221
GREETINGS
UOriniY UAKERY SHOP
"A FULL LINE OF DIETETIC BAKED GOODS"
Cakes Pies Cookies of All Kinds
1040 ALTON ROAD, Miami Beach Ph. 532-2112
I
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
N the rush of preparations for the High Holy
Days, the exceptional amount of physical ac-
tivity entailed for the homemaker at this time
of the year finds me entering the synagogue with
muscles aching, nerves twanging like the strings
of an electric guitar, and a feeling of having left
home without some important possession. 1
wouldn't call it the proper frame of mind to ap
proach the altar of God. seeking there a modicum
of peace, a reevaluation of self, an absolvence
from the burden of guilt that most of us have
managed to hide in the dark recesses of our minds
the rest of the year.
Some years, we are halfway through the ser-
vice before I am able to orient myself, before
the serenity of the sanctuary takes hold. When
I have ascertained that the entire family is pres-
ent and accounted for, and discovered which fash-
ion-plate is wearing "The Hat" this year, when
1 am about to relax into snug complacency after
all what could I possibly have done this year that
might be classified as sin? I am brought up
short.
There it stands on the printed page, ready
and waiting for the wise woman and the foolish
one; for the heroine and for her who plays it
safe; for the gregarious go**ip and her friend,
the ruthless reporter; for the glamour girl, and
people like me. Year after year, I am confused.
bothered, and bewildered by that list of sins that
we know as the "al twit." I am bewildered that
a praver which had its origin in a remote cen-
tury still fits unwilling humankind like a second
skin. I am bothered because with the first reading
I know that the specifications in that relentless
and searching catalogue were custom-tailored to
me. I am confused because 1 am faced with an
immediate question: "How did you let that hap-
pen to you. you pure and spotless 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-beating. I want
to reinterpret a few. For instance, when and
why did I commit the sin of becoming inactive
as chief interpreter and guide to my children on
that difficult journey we call living'' Whatever
made me think that I could retire from the call-
ing of Motherhood at a certain and appointed
time?
And the sin that 1 cannot quite face, of los-
ing patience with a friend, so that 1 turn away,
unwilling to listen with empathy, to see the world
as she sees it, to value it as she values it, to
Continued on Page 12-D
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MMtHAY.-VsKS Oil I I HI>
6791 Miller Road Phone 661-1121
GREETINGS .
COMMUNITY llllllll It SHOP
18186 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Air Conditioned No Waiting
BUTLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
STARTERS GENERATORS REGULATORS
FUEL PUMP SERVICE
1077 N.W. 79th STREET
Phone 758-0305
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. SAM LUBIN
JERRY'S Si \SET i\\ HOTEL
ISLAMORADA. FLORIDA
FOR RESERVATIONS. PHONE 238-5411
iiRQH IXTEMOilS. i\C.
Custom Made Draperies I Spreads in Our Own Work teems
COMPUTE DICOKATOK SlKVICl
841 N.I. 125th STREET NORTH MIAMI
TO ALL SEASONS BEST WISHES .
Phone PL 1-1920
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
J. S. BLAIN, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
Selling Southern Florida for the Past 45 Years
807 Olympia Bldg.
Dial 373-3255
ALAMO CATERERS
Food for Thought and God said,
Let there be Light, and there was Light and the
Candlestick was of Pure Gold
9715 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Shores 757-6031 751-4835
Trudy M. Seaton Lee M. Seaton
H ltd "' Greeting? Fl
FULTON
PEST CONTROl SERVICES
FOR HOME t INDUSTRY
IAWN PEST SPRAYING
HOME PEST CONTROL
TERMITE CONTROL
Guarantaad Horn* Sarvica Sine* 1954
1981 NE 153rilSt,N Muini Sth
FREE ESTIMATES AND
INFORMATION, CALL
945-6525
Holiday Greetings Froi
FRANJO
PHARMACY, INC.
9715 E. HIBISCUS
PERRINE. FLA.
Call 235-7972
FOR FREE DELIVERY
Holiday Gre< ling I rom
HENRY'S AUTO
& TRUCK PARTS
2038 N.W. 27th Ave.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
CARPET, INC.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Ph. 635-0902
John A Baker. President
Greater Miami's Old.it t largest
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
Ph. 751-8586


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Suggested Menu For Rosh Hashona
By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
Ho*h Jlathona, literally the hrad or beginning i
of the year, sets olf a ten-day season of prayer,
penitence and celeh. ation known as The Days of
Awe, and culminating in the high point Voni
Kippur a day of fasting on which, devout Jews
believe, Divine Judgment has been passed.
During these ten days all persons must render
their accounts to the Lord who will thus inscribe
their names in the Book of Life
The New Year is greeted, not in a carnival
spirit, as among most nations, but with awesome
prayer It is ushered in by the blowing of the
Shofar, The Ham's Horn." Alter the service the
familj groups repair to then respective homes,
cleaned and sparkling tor the occasion, tables
gel with candles, white cloth and wine glasses, and
sit down to a festive holiday meal The meal be
Kins with apple slices dipped in honey for a sweet
j ear
PRUNE AND RICE TZIMMES
In a pot add above ingredients and bring to a
boil. Simmer covered, one hour. After one half
hour peek into pot. and if water evaporated add
more water. Turn the mixture into a casserole and
bake uncovered one hour longer or until meat
tender at 350 degrees The water should be com
pletely absorbed.
HONEYED CARROTS
1 teaspoon salt
S cups sliced carrn's
2 tablespoons fat
4 tablespoons orange
or pineapple juice
4 tablespoons honey
lb fat beef
teaspoon salt
lh. sweet prunes (if
using sour prunes
omit lemon juice)
l cup white i ice
1 tablespoon lemon
luice
3 cups water
Put all ingredients in a pot. cover and simmer
23 minutes. While cooking add water if necessary
MENU FOR ROSH HASHONA
Wine Challah
Gefilte Wish Beel Salad and
Horseradish Mold
i ucumber Spears Tomato Wedges
Chicken Soup with Noodles
Roast Stufied Chicken Bread Stuffing
Prune and Rice Tlimmes Honeyed Carrots
Honey Cake Tea
(Copyright, 1967, Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.)
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
FflK.Vrif
HAU SHOP
1126 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach
Dial 531-6535
LEO NOVICK, Owner
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Adams Glass Service
1919 Purdy Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-0851
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
M. JAY BERLINER
& ASSOCIATES
Public Relations
M. Jay Berliner
President
Suite 1132
DuPont Building
Miami, Florida
374-0460
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HIALEAH KNITTING MILLS, INC.
1100 EAST 41st STREET
HIALEAH, FLORIDA Ph. 688-4621
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
Florida 1 pholStery Supplv Co.
814 N.E. First Avenue ________Phones; FR 9-3431-2
GREETINGS TO ALL
IOIIX STIIATJIAX MEATS
164 N.E. 54th STREET
ORDER NOW Ph. 754-3569
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. TROY BEAUTY SHOP
1020 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-3666
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
CENTURY
PLATING
3134 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 444-8249
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
TOLIN
MANUFACTURING
CORP.
3729 NW 80th STREET
OX 1-1213
Lerner and Eisenberg
Families
NlW YEAR GREETINGS
from
IMPERIAL
OPTICAL MFG. CO., INC.
GREETINGS FROM
DOMINICK'S T. V. SERVICE
4017 PRAIRIE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
532-3031
VACATION LAND MODES, INC.
255 NW. 5th STREET FR 3-4655
NORMAN ROTHSTEIN, President
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
Mew Ymut Greetings
VIC POTAMKIN
CHEVROLET
540 Alton Road Miami Beach
Phone JE 1-5361
VIC POTAMKIN NAT POTAMKIN
/ Vcw Jjcnr \~jrcctincjs
The Best Renault Ever
The Renault 10
RENAULT]
1755
Diamond Motors, Inc.
2190 S.W. 8th St.
Phone 373-5436
TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz
and Family
16 ISLAND AVENUE, BELLE ISLE, MIAMI BEACH
i}J HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL iji
RUTH AND JACK POPFCK"
Mechanic's Uniform Service
2100 N.W. 1st AVENUE
Ph. FR 7-4631
GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
The JIM MCDONNELL'S
Andy Frain Service
940 LINCOLN RD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 532-4B18
TO ALL GREETINGS
BAC CONSTRUCTION, INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
744 NW 72nd AVE. CA 6-1222
SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS
John Aiello
Victor L. Buscaino


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WiVJ
CORPORATION
ELECTRIC MOTORS
PUMPS
AIR COMPRESSORS
MACHINERY and SUPPLIES
151 NW 54th STREET
Miami 37, Florida
PLaza 7-5531
^Wfc^ RLN'EE anJ LILO SIEBERT wis
fkjfv'-' v ind Client!

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*L
and T:
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RENEE AND LILO
Am GROOMING DIPPING ALL BREEDS ,
1673-75 North Miami Blvd.
(N.E. 123rd St.)
PL 9-6481
BISCAYNE AWNING & SHADE CO.
242 S.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI FR 3-6248
J. C. LA POINTE (Pres.)
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Mike Mer*el HAPPY NEW YEAR Os*ie Menel
MIKE'S NEWS and SUNDRIES
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ..
AVIV A SPORTS CASUALS
425 NW. 26th STREET Miami Ph. 633-8561
JACK RITTER, President
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
MODERN DESIGNS OF MIAMI, INC.
HOME & OFFICE DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES
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Rosh Hashona---Today's Meaning
.Continued from Page 54>
. '"/-
angelic defenders. The merits and demerits of each
individual are weighed in the balance to determine
which outweighs the other. On the basis of this.
man's fate for the coming year is determined The
vividness of the procedure appealed to the people
and they accepted it as literal truth in every detail.
For centuries Rosh Hashona was regarded as
the High Holiday.
As we approach the modern period, we find
that many of our people no longer accept literally
the explanation given to Rosh Hashana as a Day of
Judgment. They feel that the picture of God
sitting as a trial judge is too anthropomorphic and
has no basis in reality. The concept of Rosh Ha>h-
ona was frequently interpreted to imply that man
is required to sit in judgment on himself and to
subject himself to self-examination, rather than
appearing before a Heavenly tribunal to receive its
decree. This interpretation, however, fails to sug
gest the sense of imminence and genuine peril which
the High Holiday implied before. The symbolism of
the Shofar and its clarion call gradually faded
away. It no longer warned or terrified many of our
people. Does this mean that Rosh Hashona has lost
its significance as a High Holiday? Not at all' We
must seek a reinterpretation which will restore
its meaningfulness. It is a vital part of the pattern
of Jewish living and must be retained as such.
Otherwise, we shall lose our identity with the
Jews of past generations. The institution must be
regained, .b,U.t, At, must tf javoJ>d with meaning
that is relevant to 'our need and to.our time.
Rosh Hashona as a High Holiday imrn t\
to u- iii terms OJ Ihe spiritual needs of our times
If it has erased to terrify us as a Day of Judgment
with the possibility of being subjected to mi
decrees, it now calls us to positive action that will
perpetuate a meaningful Jewish life May it be a
happy and productive year for all of us.
Search For Peace
Continued from Paoe 10-D
recognise her likes and dislikes, to reach out to
her need.
But especially let me seek forgnness if I have
indulged in the most insidious of sins the sin
of omission.
Most of all. I seek forgiveness for the sin
of not enjoying life's uncounted, taken-foi granted
blessings: the smiles of my small granddaughters
and grandson, the devotion of my husband, the
friendship of my sons and daughters. OUT
health, for the intuitive and vigorous preservation
of our heritage by Jewish leadership botJ> lay
and professional; and, though the world stands at
this moment in the midst of a monumental power
struggle between nations and ideologies. let nae
be forgiven for not enjoying the fun of riving
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GREETINGS
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Phone 888-4900
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New Yeor Greetings From
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The
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""Jewisii fhoridHknr
Page 13-D
They Tell Me This Is The Wall

Continued from Pag* 3-D
dared liays of f*st am! fcrayeri youngsters from
assimilated homes organized fund raising drives
and joined in protests; millionaires cast aside their
businesses and took off for Jerusalem; community
leaders went sleepless night after night because
of their great efforts and profound anxiety. Never
was the Jewish people so united, never so moved
and anxious, never so ready and prepared to offer
and sacrifice everything it had, its "might, heart
and soul."
I know oldsters who withdrew their last sav-
ings from the bank and donated them to Israel:
I know young students who cast away their studies
and tests and joined in the fight; I know men who
had stood "outside the Jewish camp," who had
drifted from their people but now returned to it:
more than one apostate took upon himself the yoke
of Judaism anew because he now wanted to identi
f> with his people. The miracle which took place
among our people throughout their vast dispersion
was as iireat as the miracle within the land itself.
Thus, it is only justice that mystics and poets
have a hand in writing the history of our deeds ...
1 try to understand, to believeI succred a bit
bui ihe truth is. I still don't understand. The
ii'ore the professional experts try to explainthe
lest I -.mderstand. It all seems like an ancient
legend; a- though we had all gone far. far back
to the past. Perhaps that's why I have an almost
palpable feeling of- victorywe have conquered
time itself! And my generation is not privileged
to boast many such victories.
However, let's not fool ourselves. The world
already envies our victory. Already we can hear
the strident voices Israel is being extreme
with its "hard" stance, some declare. Israel should
show special patience, forgiveness and magnani-
mity towards her enemies, suggest others. There
will be pressures, attempts to squeeze out of us
this or that compromise. Even our "friends" are
not likely to forgive that we were victoriousthat
it was such an impolitely swift victory, so com-
plete, so magnificent. It is understandable. We
have suddenly stripped them of the chance to pity
us or even help us.
No, the war is continuing and will continue a
long, long time. Except that now it will be fought
with words. Let Israel's spokesmen, who must deal
with the diplomats, ministers and heads of state,
make certain not to surrender to the fine rules of
"logic." The events that took place have finally
freed Israel from the paralyzing chains of "logic "
Let the world know: two plus two equals two
ihousind years when the subject is the Wall and
its stones. Even the Almighty cannot allow what
has happened to become as though it had not
happened.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Soni
and Lori Marsha
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Mtiimiae
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W. 41st STREET
223-1513
The Silverman Family
and
SILVER PAINT &
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1119 SW lit ST. Miami
Ft 3-2711
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Ph. 531 6773
1138 Normandy Drive
Phone UN 6-5929
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Friends A Hapov New Year
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To All Our Friends & Patrons
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810-5th STREET
Phono 538-5409
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7118 Byron Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 866-7303
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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6301 NW. 37th Ave., Miami
696-1830
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Phone 947-9465
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Phone 661-7073
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Free Delivery Phone 661-5309
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MR. & MRS. LEON J. ELL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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WOMEN'S APPAREL
5853 S.W. 73rd Street
South Miami
Telephone 667-0011
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
DALEN INVESTMENTS & FUNDS, INC.
2801 N. Miami Ave., Miami
373-7697
MR. D. DALE REGENT, PRES.
J^est rWisites for
the fear
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Phone 448-4444
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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5987 5.W. 8th Street, Miami
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Phone 226-2952
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
From
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From
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8445 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 226-5811
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272 Valencia Ave., Coral Gables
Phone 443-1633

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From
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Phone 371-9482
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Telephone 374-8579
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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Telephone 635-1728


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For a
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WE WISH TO EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
From
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666 N.E. 128th Street, Miami
CLIFFORD C. CASTOR, PRES
Phone 758-3897
Rosh Hashona Question Box
Continued from Page 1-0
is left, handicapped. B\ the time the moon becomes,
of si/c ,i.<-., at about the tenth of the month) and
Satan is ready to add the moon's testimony, the
people have already atonedjor their sin durum the
ten days of Penitence and Yom Kippur and have
already been forgiven (Machor Vitri 373). Tin-
other festivals, especially Passover and Succoth
take place in the middle of the month because the
fullness of the moon at that time is a symbol of
blessing and prosperity Shavuoth (which lakes
place on the sixth of the month, unlike Passover,
which lakes place on the fifteenth of the monthi
should be considered as a climax to the Passover
holiday which preceded it. since its date is always
reckoned by counting off seven weeks after the
beginning of the previous Passover festival.
What is the origin of the "Avinu Malkeinu"
(our father, our King) prayer which is offered
on Rosh Hashona?
The Talmud (Tractate Ta'anil 25b) relates thai
Rabbi Akiba composed the first verse of this prayer
mi one occasion of drought. When he cried OUl
"Our Father. Our King, we have sinned before
Thee.'' the heavens opened and the rains came
Since then many verses have been added following
the style of this first verse lie Our father, our
Kiny). and these have been chanted on any day of
trial, tribulation and woe (e.g.. a fast day. etc i
Rosh Hashona and the ten days of penitence that
follow are considered days of judgment and thus
these verses are recited so that the Almighty will
have compessionon us during- oue hour of-need.
The verses towards the end of the prayer have
bam composed as late as during the crusades when
there were so many innocent victims Main arhong
our people. We bring this to mind when we offer
these prayers U if to say we have indeed already
been punished enough
Why do some people refrain from eating nuts
on Rosh Hashona?
Rabbi Moses Isserles trace-- this practice to the
Maharil. Two reasons are cited. First, the numer-
ical equivalence of the utters which go into mak-
ing up the Hebrew word for '11111' (egoz) is equal
to thai of the letters which go into making up
the word -sin" (chel Secondly, il was feared that
the consumption of nuts would Irritate the throat,
ng extra mUCUS to form and WOUld create a
disturbance during the services in the syna
brought about by so many people attempting to
clear their throats Farl\ writers noticed thai eer
tain nut trees had a tendencj to damage and
weaken other trees that were close bj
Some lexicographers associated the Latin word
for nut (nuxl with a verb meaning to damage (no-
cere) Even though there are a number of Tal
mudic sources which use the symbol of a nut as
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Phone FR 3-2933 Alice R. Langan, Mgr.
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Jtem*s#> ftcriatiaun
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Rosh Hashona Question Box
one for fcood and virtue, many cnose to use it as a
symbol of sin to such an extent that some did not
allow nuts to be eaten after Hoshana Raba (the
last day of the Sukkoth festival, which is supposed
to be the end of the judgment period).
v
How did tfc* High Holy Day* com* to b known
"6*r* (Vamim HoraimjT
According to Prof. Elbogen, this term was not
found until medieval times. Etra, the Scribe, in
Biblical times, asked the people to refrain from
sadness on Rosh Rashona. He called for a spirit
of festivity on that day (Nehemiah 8: 9-12). In the
Mishnah. Rosh Hashona is referred to as "the holi-
day of Rosh Hashona." The Amoraim spoke of the
fact that a Jew should feel happy and confident
on Rosh Hashona because he knows the Almighty
will give him every chance.
In the period of Ganoim. we find that Rosh
Hashona was referred to as a holiday of joy and
that those portions of other holiday liturgies which
speak of joy, were also included in the Rosh
Hashona liturgy (Vehasienu). In the 11th century
there arose a difference of opinion in Mainz as to
whether this should be so. In the 14th century,
these passages were removed from the liturgy
M a rule.
It is quite possible, and according to some
most certain, that this change came about because
of the many persecutions suffered by Jews
especially during the period of the Crusades. To
this day. the High Holy Days remain days of awe,
ad every Jew, in the course of his prayers, takes
note, in one way or another, of the tragedies of
his people.
* o *
Why do many Jews to Hw riverside to offer
special prayers on Rosh Hashona afternoon
(Toahlich)?
The source of this custom is not clear. Some
trace this to be the scapegoat sacrifice in the Book
of Leviticus and explain that the sins of the people
are passed on to the fish in the waters. Others
claim that by praying near water where there are
fish, one can see man as helpless as the fish, who
are rendered tragically destitute when they are
taken out of the water. This is supposed to teach
man to stay within the confines of his faith and
tradition, which is his only hope for survival.
Others see in water the sense of the continuity
of life, which flows through various stages
even evaporating sometimes into the atmosphere
and coming down again in the form of rain. The
latter, for instance, gives us faith in the doctrine
of the immortality of the soul. Others see the
water as a symbol of purity, since the biblical
method of purifying man from impurity was to
immerse him in water or to sprinkle him with
some liquid containing water.
Best Wishes to All for a
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS.
LEWIS F. COHEN
and daughter
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TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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"Jewish Floridlian
Miami, F'orida Friday, October 6, 1967
Sectic
OL CULng*. Of <7L JVew yea, 5728
By CHARLES E. SHULMAN
The New Year S728 finds the Jewish people
the world oxer tremendously stirred by the six-day
war of Israel in which the Maccabean spirit gave
victory to I sorely harassed community of two and
a half million .lews in mortal danger of annihila-
tion at the han.Is of Arab armies at every one of
their borders
The outpouring of help by the Diaspora Jews
in every country during the emergency indicated a
Jewish units of the moment on a scale unknown
in previous years It betokened not only their deep
awareness of Israel's critical situation but also
their own attachment to their brethren who were
exposed to Arab Invasion and who found the whole
world unwilling to come to their aid. Thus Israel
saved not only her own people but the democracies
of the world by her heroic act of valor. One
gain the Ian el Sinai and the mounatln of Sinai
wen united In the Jewish world. Once again Jeru-
salem was a completely Jewish city after nineteen
hundred years of foreign control And once again
the Israelis In the border kibbutzim could have
their children sleep at nigh) in their own homes
If the small segment of world Jewry in the
land of Israel dominated the interest and concern
of Jews in America, it nonetheless posed certain
challenges to the Jews of the Diaspora Seventy
years ago Theodor Herzl wrote in his booklet. "The
Jewish State." which started the Zionist movement
on its course. "We are one people. Our enemies
have made us one whether we will or not. as has
repeatedly happened in history. Affliction binds us
together and thus united we suddenly discover our
strength."
The first challenge, then, of the year 5728 is
the necessity for Jewish unity. If we can come to-
gether in time of war, we surely ought to be able
to come together in time of peace. If we can be
unified by danger to our own. we certainly ought
to find closer Jewish ties in more tranquil periods.
The American Jewish community has paid a high
price for the luxury of divisiveness in secular and
religious organizational endeavors.
Some years ago the Mclver report of a survey
of our Jewish institutions indicated how much dup
lication and waste there occurs in Jewish life be
caUSfl W8 cannot work together In common causes
The same is true in our religious life The weak
ness and ineffectiveness of the Synagogue Council
of America because of the power of the veto likens
it to the structure of the Security Council of the
I'nited Nations and gives evidence of the distance
we still are from acting in concert in advancing
our common Jewish goals. The American Jewish
community suffers the same fate and destiny, un-
dergoes the same anxieties and concerns as was
so abundantly seen in the Israeli crisis, feels th<
same emotions of pride and valor in the achieve
incuts of the Jewish State and honor the same
Sabbaths, holidays and festivals Vet it has often
forgotten that it has more in common than it has
in difference
A second challenge of 5728 is the necessity of
greater Jewish knowledge. We need adult Jewish
education on a level not previously undertaken in
our country to match the endeavors we make to
have our children brought up as intelligent Jews
It is knowledge of our past that can give us the
spiritual strength to cope with many of the con-
temporary situations which try our souls in these
turbulent time's The late Habbi Morris Ailler cor-
Continued On Page 14 E




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INew Tasks For People Of Israel
By JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
Vict-Prssident, Israel Bond Organiiation
The State of Israel that was born little more
than nineteen years ago had a rebirth in the third
Arab -Israeli war of last June. It will take many
months for the Jewish people and for the world
at large to digest the full significance and conse-
quences of the stunning victory that followed only-
six days of fighting. Whatever the territorial
changes, whatever the outcome of peace talks, the
most important single element that unites all
Jew* inside ana outside Israel is the paramount
concern that Israel shall not have to fight fourth
war to gain the right to live in peace and freedom.
In the New Year Isfael will face many new
opporunities for development and many new prob-
lems At the same time, serious attention wiU
have to be given to some of the major problems
which trubled the country prior to the outbreak
of BoswBttea and which remain unsolved Obvious-
ly, the combination at old and new problem." rep-
resent a situation in wfcieh American Jewry will
be e*peet*d to adopt standard*- of financial partici-
pation, more closely related to the new lrrei* ot
response that todewed the recent war than to those
which were established ir. prerrous years.
Whar American Jewry did-in-the da>s of crisis
and the day^ of eloriotrs victory r* already pnrt of
Jewish hirtory Yet there is tendency to over-
emphawz* ?h* dollar fignrrs and to underemphaaue
ml josi pm j. iommni
the great upsurge of spinl and the intense sense
of ldunutoation with the people of Israel which
stirred ail sectors and all faeets of the Jewi-h
population of the United Stales.
When r wm in Israel shortly after the end of
the war. I had occasion to *. how th Israelis
reacted ti CAe 'rcmendous outpouring of fir.an;...!
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fJewisti ncrktian
aid through the Israel Bond campaign and the
Israel Emergency Fund in this country. Not only
the extent oi the unprecedented generosity, but
ihe unanimity of the response in which hitherto
uncommitted Jews participated almost without ex-
ception made a profound impression on the people
in Israeli As a result, an Israel strengthened by a
successful defense on the field of battle can now
co^int on the- .jgonmscd clr"n't' nfu fit' Mtndi .hhI
supporter* in America and in other parts of the
world. This. too. is a factor which may have an
Important bearing on Israel's future,
The answer to the crisis and the war came In-
stantly and in heroic measure. Now that the war
Is over and problems of almost equal import but
much less drama OCCUPJf the center of attention.
the Israel Bond Organization and the United Jewish
Appeal will have to engage in intensive effort to
keep tin- financial assistance flowing ;it an un
diminished rate. The high pitch of emotional in-
volvement of the war period can hardly be main-
tained by the postwar needs of economic recovery
and reconstruction. Therefore, it is incumbent upon
us to make known in very emphatic terms the
major tasks that, are indispensable to bringing the
Israel economy back to normal and to enabling it
to resume its forward march to greater develop-
ment.
When Israel had to undertake full mobilization
Of its manpower for defense, many sectors of the
economy came to a standstill. There was a sudden
drop in exports There was a complete cessation
Ol tourism. Factories and farms were emptied of
their workers Every able-bodied man and many
women, too, were railed up and put into uniform.
Continued On Page 13-E
Israeli Tank Column Crossing the Desert
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GREETINGS
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Tel. 864-2491
The Problem Of The Proselytes
By OR. H. RABINOWICZ
It is lntere-ting to trace the traditional Jc
attitude to this problem throughout the ages.
Our Sages tell us tnat. in tfible times, as soon
as Abraham arrived at a desirable location he
would pitch two tents, one for Sarah and one tor
h.mself: then he would proceed at once to make
proselytes and to bring them under the wings oi
the Shechina. Thus he induced men to proclaim
the name of God. His example was followed by his
descendants. Jacob, his grandson, declared that the
only worth-while portion of has life was that in
w h'ch he was concerned with the making of prose-
lytes. So it happened that when the children of
Israel left Egypt they were accompanied by a
"mixed multitude"' of non-Israelite strangers.
Diverse, detailed, and humane are the laws re-
ssrding the strangers. "And if a stranger sojourn
with thee in your land, ye shall not do him wrong.
The stranger that sojourneth with you shall be
unto you as the home-born among you. and thou
ihalt love him as thyself." Even the children of the
Ldomites and Egyptians could enter the congrega-
tion in the third generation; and though the men
of the Moahites were forever excluded from the
ant. Ruth, the ancestress of David, mi wel-
comed into the fold. Numerous, too. were the
proselytes in the time of King Hezekiah and in the
'-f Cyueen Esther.
The prorh*t- of Israel were not particular!--
preached a universal faith Although
ed reluctance to save the heathens,
looked forward to the time-, "hin 'he sons ot the
stranger that join themselves unto the Lore
:hentill Kbring to my holv-mounjai-
: : my house shall be called a house of prayer for
al! peoples "The mountain of the Lord's hou*..
shall be established as the top oi the mour.'aii..
and shall be exalted above the hills, and all nation-
shall flow unto it. And many peoples shall go and
say: "Come ye. and let us go up to the mountain ot
the Lord, to the house oi the God of Jacob, and
he will teach us of His ways, and we will wiik in
His paths' For out of Zion shall go forth the !j,
and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.'
These sentiments were echoed by the ^ater
prophets. Zechanah and Malachi. and the vision
still lives in Jewish liturgy Thrice daily it is pro
claimed in the synagogues that the Lord shall be
king over all the earth; in that day snail the Lord
be one and his Name one ."
During the period of the Second Common* alth.
John Hyroanus and later Anstobulus resorted to
force of arms in order to compel the Idurr.ear.*
a.-.d Itureans to embrace Judaism, events notable as
history's only two instance, of militant Judaism
Compulsion was normally unnecessary. Josephu>
relates that many Greeks and heathens adopted the
observance of the Jewish Sabbath the r<-
ar.d the dietary laws. Among illustrious co-
Continued On Pg 10-E
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Friday, October 6. 1967
Jewish flcridliattf
Page 5-E
Co"pl.-'eifs of
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" Mv Heart Is In The East...
5
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My heart i.' in th* East and 1 am in the Far
This starua by Rabbi Yehuda Halevi our sre-t
Ml f>oet of the Golden \ze exquiMtely suit.- up
the mood and the event* in Anglo-Jewry in the
year 5727 Therein lies the greatness of Yehuda
HaJrri He articulated the mood of the Diaspora
in all generati
True, it applie* only to the period between the
middle of May and the end of the year, but evci>
thing that happened before that pales into in-
5..;-iificance and can easily be disposed of by a
mere mention It ii marginal, as it were For the
climacteric events of May and June wrought a
complete change ir. British Jews They will ne\er
be the same again.
The re-pon-e of British Jews to the crisis -
as remarkable as it was unexpected The dividing
line between Zionists and non-Zionist-anti-Zionists
are a- extinct as the dinosaursuddenly disap-
peared Even more significant, young people >ud
denh felt deeply committed to I.-rael and per
-or.ally responsible for the tate of the Jewish State
The Zionist Federation provided the framework
for the utilization of this response but it va-
British Jeu- a' such who came forward
From the da\ Nasser occupied Sharm-ei Sheik
in those prehistoric timesthere were long and
anxious queues at Rex House the headquarter* of
th- ZF and the Joint Palestine Appeal Thousand*
of your.g Jewish boys and girls left their work,
their studies, their dreams andin some cases
their idleness and begged to be shipped to Israel
Th.-y ail wanted to do battle of course, and many
of them were quite capable of it. but failing that
the-, were readx to do whatever a< necessary
out in hospitals, deliver rr.iik. teach school, sweep
roads anything The war was too for all of them to get to Israel in time to replace
mobilized men and aomen. let alone fight
the lucky ones went out and are in Israel r.o*
Even so British Jews -a%<- >o Isra.-I in her hour
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fJkrnisfr fkridfo-iun
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,,,. jewuh priaa nu oiousiit in us wtte a uncr-
ating feeling, a take- it or-leave it attitude towards
Ihe non Jews. They took it. by and large .
This brings nu- to the reaction of the non Jews
and its reflection upon the Jews.
The government was a complete and utter dis-
appointment to British Jews. After all the profes-
sions of friendship for Israel before I.abor came to
power, and after the many government statements
about Israel's right to exist Harold Wilson and
George Brown advised her to commit suicide by
waiting for Nasser to strike her down or by letting
him strangle her. Wilson invented the maritime
nations group that never was and Brown suddenly
discovered that the Arabs also had a case, while
Nasser postured and strutted and insulted the
British The Foreign Office Arabists became active
again, like a latent disease, this time under a
l,abor government
Even the Poale Zion. who are affiliated with
the I-abor Party, could not stomach this third let
down by I.abor They issued a statement, in which
they declared themselves to be disgusted with
Comrade Brown Some of their leaders talked pri-
vately of disaffiliation but Poale Zion is a Socialist
group Having expressed disgust with Labor's policy.
I'oale Zion still consider the I.abor Party to be the
best of all possible parties.
The year 5727 will go down in the history of
British Jews as the Year of the Great Lesson
Jews must never rely on the promises and gestures
of the Labor Party. The same may well apply to a
Conservative government but the Conservatives are
in opposition now and they did take a more reason-
Hasham Solomon Gaon (center), Chief
Rabbi of the Sephardic Congregations
of the British Commonwealth, is greeted
by Morris B. Abram (left, of the American
Jewish Committee, as he conferred with
AJC leaders at the Institute of Human
Relations on problems affecting Sephar-
dic Jews throughout the world.
able attitude to the war, particularly ex Prune Min-
ister Sir Alec Douglas Home.
Some British Jews also reflect that Ballour was
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Continued From Page 7-4:
=ervtive >o^n we ha!l c-lebreW the f?fti< th
v ,f the Balfour Declaration): Lloyd
George was a Liberal and Winston Churchill, who
gave us the Jewish Brigade and remained faithful
to Zionism and Israel until his death, also happened
to be a Conservative.
The British public did not take it-^ cue from
government this time There was a spontaneous
wave of sympathy for Israel. One-third of all the
h volunteers were non-Jews intellectuals,
professional people and ordinary folk came forward
with ofiers of help and statements of encourage-
ment. But trade unions mostly confined them-
l to good advice: no war: wait for the l) S
The attitude of the government to the cri>i> will no
doubt bring about a change in the voting habits of
Jewish citizens.
British Jews did not. of course, confine ther-.
selves to volunteering. The upsurge of solidar:'>
with Israel was clearly expressed in the Emer-
gency Appeal some twelve million pounds sterling
was rai-.-d There were al~o other forms of aid to
[srai I
It was an emotional experience which left Brit
i>h Jews united and made communal squabbles look
rather irrelevant and silly The solidarity with Is-
rael elevated British Jews as much as it encour-
aged Israel
Before the crisis, acluallv on the eve of it a
hief Rabbi was inducted After the to
i .orts to select a Chief Rabbi, and all the advance
publicity, the induction, was sorr.t'hing of an anti-
However, Dr Immanuel Jakobovitz en-
hanced his reputation, and wifH R! the PBpUl
; :, sponsors, during the rr He rose to the
ion both as a religious mentor and a
' *- of Britain generally It was a ca
Vesta Konefa Olamo Be-ha a Aha! a man c i
with one great deed in a free
on).
Two more events of note Th< Federation of Syn-
agogue* has appointed a Rav Ra-hi He is the high-
e-t religious authority among traditional Jews, who
- the old-world t\pe of orthodoxy, d<
their being nowadays as English a- the re-' The
incumbent is Rabbi Dr Kliezer Kroner, one of the
last surviving great Lithuanian rabbis, who came
here Ma New York
Thn second notable event i- the election of a
new President of the Board of Deputies. He is
Michael Fidler. a provincial municipal and
leader In olden days, it would have been neces-
sary to investigate whether he was a Zionist or a
Zionist ar.d what hi< attitude to Israel was
All this is no longer applicable Michael Fidler
went to visa" Israel a fee days a.ter his election
We shall be able to assess him a* president of the
representative body of Buti.sh Jews when we re-
port on the coming year.
Continued On Page E
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Continued From Page 4-E
wire yupptiilelfiga of Adiabene and herons lzates
and Monobw;"Klavius Clemens, couih oi the
Kinperor Domifian; and Aquilla, who translated
II., Dili i '- Greek, i-piwd has it that the de
scendants of Sisera, Nebuzaradan, Haman and the
Koman Emperor Nero all eventually "saw the light'
and embraced Judaism. Outstanding Talmudists,
such as Shemayah and Avtayon, Rabbi Akiba. Rabbi
Judah ben Gerim, and Rabbi Meir. were said to
be descended from proselytes. Hence R. Meirs
maxim: "Even a Gentile who studies the Torah is
iciual to a high priest."
Converts were generally held in high esteem; a
prayer was inserted in the Amida for them: "To-
wards the proselytes of righteousness may thy
tender mercies be stirred." They were on the whole
treated as equals and suffered few legal disabili-
ties. "An injury to a proselyte is an injury to God."
The Holy One. blessed be He, greatly loves the
pn*-elytc." And according to the Palestinian teach-
er Rabbi Eleazar ben Pcdat. "Israel was dispersed
tor winning proselytes."
The missionary activities of the early Christians
were aimed at discrediting the Torah as a "dis-
P-nsation of wrath" introduced "for the sake of
transgressions,' and on disparaging the Mosaic
(ode as "transitory, subordinate, and intermedi-
ate The repercussions of Bar Kochba's revolt and
the Hadnanic persecutions led to a radical re-
orientation ol the rabbis towards proselytes. Views
were expressed that 'proselytes are a< burden
some to Israel as leprosy, that "prosefytM would
not be accepted in the days oi the Messiah." and
that "evil is predicted to those who accept Gerim.
because "they are cor.ru.p.t. apt to become back
sliders, and that they keep the practices of then
fathers."
The rabbis categorically rejected the view oi
PhilO that a proselyte is one "who abandons poly-
theism and adopts the worship of one God." They
stressed that "a proselyte who acknowledges the
whole Torah save one commandment is not ac-
cepted. "Rabbi Jose ben Judah. a Tanna ot the
second century, asserts that the proselyte must
observe "all the precepts of the Scribes even the
least of them." Genuine love of Judaism was the
only qualification for admission. "Both a man who
becomes a proselyte lor the sake ot a man; similar
ly a man who becomes a proselyte lor the sake
of the table ol kings (i.e.. in order to become a
king) or for the sake ol joining Solomon's servants
(i.e.. in order to acquire an important post in the
kingdom>all these are not true proselytes
Thus while Christianity was immersing reluctant
multitudes in the baptismal lonts. and Islair. was
conquering many countries with lire and sword '
the Mother Religion was rigidly catechising pros
pective proselytes. -What reason have you tor de-
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giring ,0 become a proselyte'' Jews at the present
turn i.vo oppressed, harassed, rejected, and over-
come by afflictions."
Di-pite Rabbinic discouragement, history re-
cords many momentous conversions. Entire Arab
trioei embraced Judaism. The Khazar King, Bulan,
and hid nobility adopted Judaisma story immor-
talized in Judah hal.cvis Kuzan. The eighteenth
century had its galaxy oi illustrious names, among
Ihem :he martyr Count Valentine Potocki (d. 1749i
and England's erratic l,ord George Gordon (1751
,7<3 According to Dr. Cecil Roth, from the re-
settlement of the Jews in this country to the ac
cession of Queen Victoria, torty one converts (thirty-
sever of them nmenl were married under the
auspices of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue
in Ix>ndon.
The twentieth century', too. has its proselytes
During the last decade the villagers ol San Nican
dro Garganico, in Southern Italy, embraced Judaism
en masse and transplanted themselves to Israel,
where they tounded the village ot Alma, on a hill
in Galilee.
Th< attitude of Orthodox Batei Din in actively
discouraging the would-be proselyte is due not lo
particularism or chauvinistic excliiMvism. but to the
knowledge, born of experience, that only "prose-
lytes of righteousnss," unburdened by ulterior mo
lives, can faithlully and scrupulously mil ill Un-
manned obligations that the new faith Imposes on
them
Field Command-Israeli Defense Forces
'My Heart Is In The East'
Continued From Page 8-E
The year 5727 was an eventful year in the true
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pride were caused by events outside their control
But let it be said that they responded magnificent
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settlement 311 years an<>
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16325 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 947-2372
Manicure and Shoe Shine
Open 9 to 9 Every Day
Happy New Year and
Best Wishes To All .
PENWAY
MEAT MARKET
STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS
A POULTRY
1449 Pennsylvania Avenue
Miami Beach
Free Delivery JE 1-7060
Holiday Greetings From
HANDBAG STfUSTS
1519 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phono 531-3081
rge 11-E
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SUPERIOR STAMP and SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 374-1034
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
WESTCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phone: 226-5252
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Go where the Experts are .
Ziebart Auto-Truck Rustproofing Co.
Stop In Today or Call for Appointment
250 N.E. 61 st Street 754-4271
Ifff. Mf A f I IJC
Women's Wear Shorts Slacks
Skirts and Shifts
3812 N.W. 32nd AVENUE
PHONE: 635-0755
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
NEW SI Ml* "UT
MOTEL A APTM
8857 COLLINS AVE., SURFSIDE
PHONE 866-2741
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ,
SAIL NKUFELB & ASSO
1400 N.E. 125th STREET
NORTH, MIAMI
PHONE: 754-2621
IXC
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
IMC I VII Fill IT M AIIKI I
1447 DREXEL AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 534-2929
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SLATER JEWEERY CO.
OF NORTH MIAMI, INC.
771 N.E. 125lh STREET OPPOSITE "NEW" CITY HALL
Phone: 757-9722
1
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
II AII HO It l>> SEAFOOD
620 N.E. 78th STREET, MIAMI
Phono: 751-9415
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ...
Pllll/S Al TO parts, mrc
1243 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 377-1431
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Ill 1M.IT HARDWARE
A APPUAXCKK
84* N.I. 125rh STREET, NORTH MIAMI
PHONE: 751-6551
NEW ^EAH GREETINGS TO AL'------
.iea.xetts dress shop
438 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 538-200*


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Friday, October 6. 19
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SKYLAKE CAMP
HOLIDAY GREETINGS Fr
I'll A KM!-: P. JOIBXM
NURSERY SPRAY SERVICE
4655 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
634-7715
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HOI Si: Otf I 11*.* TOM.
1232 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1722
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
*>*;.*<&> ItAUEO OF E 3.milllA
655C N.E 4th Court, Miami
Phone 754-7521
LI1 AY NGS Fl : .
cutleh itaii^i:
llowliii;* Lanes Blest aura ill
20701 S.W. ALLAPATTA ROAD, MIAMI
Phone 235-1451
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
KEYSTONE TRAILER COURT
6307 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 754-6295
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
6RABLES BAKERIES
73 S.Llst STREET, MIAMI
Phone 374-0228
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
COMMERCIAL BANK of MIAMI
9301 N. W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 759-8511
.C-Wd HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
{CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME
1 7060 S. W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Telephone 226-1363
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BROWNIE'S TEXACO SERVICE
WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS
Open 7 Days 24 Hours Daily
INSTANT ROAD SERVICE
GOODYEAR TIRES
80C HIALEAH DRIVE
Phone 888-5853
The Turtie-Dove (Miniature)
By L. LASAVIN
Not only oqps .the. turtle-dove differ in appear-
ance for her sister the pigeon: she is smaller,
more delicate, reserved Iff cdntrast ft> the other,
her plumage is sand grey, modest, unobtrusive
even her sad. longing call doesn*t resemble the
cooing of the above. For the turtle-dove, just as
for our people, so the Talmud stated. suit;, this
outword poverty; "Yaah aniyuta Le Israel" and
it is well-known that this little bird flew into the
world straight from the pages oi the Bible.
In the days of sorrow and foreboding, the
turtle-dove stood, at dawn, on the wire across the
window and increased her mournmo and filled
the heart, like a vessel, with fear and torment:
for it was the month lyar, in the year Tash.ich z
(5727) when came Nasser, the Pharaoh of Egypt,
with a vast multitude and besieged the South
Western border of the little land and closed off
the entrance to Eilal And King Hussein as-
sembled his forces in the Bastwhile ;n the Norh
East threatened Syria and Iraq; and. like vultures,
the Islamites, with King Fe:sal. were ready to
pounce, with sharp beak and claw .
And. at that time, Shazar was the "Nasie" of
reign over the world, the first stood, strongly, on
the side of the Islamites: and the second, from
whose lips always dripped honeyed words irom
the ears of Israel now. in time of crisis, became
indifferent and unconcerned and the danger
of war grew from hour to hour .
And. at that time, Shazar was the '"Noise
the land ar.d the head of the government. E=hki
and they, as all Israel, balled for peace and a
pi-aied to the besiegers and the chiefs of the
states to put down the arms of destruction an
retreat from the borders but not one hearken.
to their call ar.d their plea instead, there rose
great hue and cry in the marketplaces of Caii
and Damascus
"Come' Let us befall Israel and annihilate al
those that dwell therein and well pillage an
plunder their towns and cities!"
And the threats oi the loud-mouthed enerr,;.
reached the brim of patience .
And it was the morning of the 41st day of
l.eomar (June 5thi when the lament of the turtle
dove lessened and. days later, vanished con
pietely; for the children of Israel had broken th
encirclement and, with the swiftness of dee:
I upon taeir foe and brought defeat to thi
and the K of Jordan ai
And ihe weapons thai
led for them, fell into the hand-
o Israel And .....tin was opened the Southei
>..ate and the Hoi) City, previouslj torn .....
emporar} Jerusalem .
is h< evidently, she had retun i
the Land of the Bible .
RUBIN'S STONE HOUSE
Mr. I Mrs.
Alexander A. Rubin
Their Relatives an<
-' H
Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Miekelson,
Joan Louise,
Mori Beth and
Weslee, Benay llene and
Michael Krissel
Their p | ~-,-j
Friends A Happy
Prosperous New- Year
Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph R'teger
And Family Wish Their
Relatives and Friends A
Happy New Year
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SOUTH MIAMI TAXI
238-1895
CEDAR CAB
235-5552
A HapDy New Year
To All
DUPONT PLAZA
TRAVEL SERVICE
300 S. Biscayne Blvd. Way
Miami, Fla. 374-2604
All Travel Accommodations
' JDAY GREETIN i
INTERIORS
BY
DALE E. miDMAN, INC.
410C N. Miami Ave Miami
Phore 759-4971
Mr. end Mrs.
Henry Greenbaum
And Children
Alan and Geri
Their R ?lotfres
is A Ha; V >:
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GEO. J. BERTMAN
REALTOR
940 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
JIMMY DESTRO
FURRIER
937 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
532-7714
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
FL-HAIR, INC.
509 ARTHUR GODFREY RD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-0592
Best Wishes for
the New Year
Vdelman Pipe
& Steel Co.. Inc.
and
Nathan Adelman
Charles Adelman
Hy Coverman
AND FAMILIES
:appy new v
FRESH
sizzling
HOT
PIZZA
DELIVERED
M
MNUTTS
AFTER rOU
CALt *
PAPPY*
AtfatcM
meUUmtit
aaatositttty
toUlwdwt
"Pizza Break"
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL
CONSUMERS
WATER CO.
1S26 Pone* da Laon
Coral Gables 444-7311

rilAILIINCD ll
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTS
ALL TYFtJ OF COVERAGE
so mk imo at..
N MIAMI otA_H. HORIOA 31
Phone Wl 5-4335


Friday, October 6. 1967
1
vjfnisti FlcridHan
Page 13-E
New Tasks For People Of Israel
Continued From Page 3 E
including teachers who left their das-srooms to
d their country.
The disruption of normal life the dislocation
: the economy resulted in heavy financial losses
. ;d serious setbacks for the country. The task of
-truction is a vital part of winning the peace.
Botfi Prime Minister Eshkol and Finance Min-
ister Sapir have emphasized that it will take at
least two years for the country's economy to re-
rovef from the tremendous dram of the war. 1 am
not in a position to quote any figures- but the
, risifl and the war that iollowed cost Israel many
hundreds of millions of dollars. And it will cost no
. lo rebuild the homes and villages damaged by
war and to put the economy of the countiy back
"n its feet.
That is why the program of the Israel Bond
irganization is so important todaymore important
than ever before. The blockade of the Gulf of
\qaba has been broken. The approach to Flath is
free and open But Israel will need large-scale In-
vestments to produce the goods that will pass
through the Strait of Tiran to its markets in Africa
and Asia. The victory of arms has made the V i
gain for development. Hut Israel will
Israel Bond money and the participat rivate
- irs to establish new industrial ent<
:h< Nege\ that will advance its economic recovery.
Old City of Jerusalem is once :nore a par: of
the State of Israel. But it will take a great deal of
money to rebuild it.
The recent war once again confirmed the fact
that our destiny is linked with the destiny of our
brothers in Israel. Thanks to their extraordinary
victory, we now have an historic opportunity to
work together to create the kind of future for
l->rael in which it shall never again have to assert
its right to survival on the field of battle, in which
it shall never again be surrounded and isolated by
enemies sworn to its destruction.
Only a few months ago we celebrated days of
glory for a fighting Israel But in this New Year
th : : : ater days of glory ahead for an Israel
at peace American Jewry can do much to give the
people ol Israel the tools with which to beat their
swords into plowshares.
LAWRENCE DRUG
2698 CORAL WAY
Ph. 4430263
Mrs. Larry Simkin
and Family
Wish Their Many Friends
Happy Holiday Greetings
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To The
Entire Jewish Community
SHAHBOZ'S
lllvSTUKWT
31S ARAGON AVENUE
Coral Gables
HI 4-4221
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
iie\iii:ii
BALDWIN
South Florida's Authorized
Baldwin Piano and Organ
Dealer
AISO
Magnavox Stereo and TV
2020 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Ph. 371-8662
GREETINGS
from
ARNOLDS
KIDDYLAND
163rd STREET
SHOPPING PLAZA
GREEN BROOK
CORP.
R. SOLOVCI, President
1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
YAGER SPORTSWEAR OF MIAMI, Inc.
4593 E. 10th Avenue Ph. 688-9606
Hialeah, Florida
Tailored Fashion Sportswear To Fit Your Figure and
Your Budget. For the Active Floridian.
SHORTS SURFERS CAPRIS SKIRTS SHIFTS
MISSY SIZES
'FASHION AT A PRICE'
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FABRIC DISCOUNT STORES, INC.
Florida Fabric & Drapery Distributors
6950 N.W. 37th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLA.
OX 6-0301
Member ol Miami Dode County Chamber ef Commerce
SHOP at HOME Phone OX 6-0301
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
GUARANTY AND SURETY INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Thomas J. Langan
70'? Langford Bldg.
FR 3-8872
H LIDAY
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and A-Ars. Jacob Rabinow-itz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
$
\et 1 ear Greetings
TO ALL FROM
AMERICAN SAVINGS &
LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
SHEPARD BROAD
Chairman of the Board
MORRIS N. BROAD
President
1655 WASHINGTON AVENUE
JE 2-5566
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ClAGGETT ELECTR'C COMPANY, Inc.
CommercialIndustrialAir ConditioningWiring
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
8508 S.W. 129th Ter., Perrine CE 5-3616
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
GLOBAL CO\TACT LE\S. MNC.
BETTER VISION THRU CONTACT LENSES
7625 N.I. 2nd AVENUE Ph. 759-8868
LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
Established in 192/
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
3640 NW 48th STREET Miami. FU. NE 4-4591
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
i ici mm s iii:ai i y s \i o\
1029 KANE CONCOURSE. MIAMI BEACH UN 5-7434
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
UNITED SHOE REPAIR
1627 EUCLID AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-5303
DR. and MRS. MILTON SANES GOLDMAN
and daughters Rose Hannah and Lynn Esta
1680 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach
Extend Best Wishes for the New Year
to Their Friends and Relatives
COMPLIMENTS OF
RAY BOONE AIR CONDITIONING INC.
* INSTALLATION and SERVICE *
2089 S.W. 67th AVENUE Phone 667-3732
w
FLAIR MATTRESS & FURNITURE
3705 N.W. 5lh:;STREET, Miami, Fla. NE 4-2585
MR AND MRS Al GERSTEIN
EAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
A ". V NEW O ALL .
TartaSi'tt (MVV3(MhV 1)111 OS
1 /
400 Opa-locka Blvd.
Phone MU 1-3122
EWYEARGI iS
CARL'S CAMERA SHOP
7401 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-3733


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Friday. October 6. 1967
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
YOUR FULL SERVICE BANKS
AT THIS SIGN .
. READY TO SERVE YOU
PERRINE-CUTLEB RIDGE BANK
FRANK ROAD AT HIBISCUS PERR1NE
CARIBBEAN STATE BANK
SOUTH END CUTIER RiDGE SHOPPING CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weintraub
and Family
Wish Ail Their Relatives and Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
9290 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE
Miami Shores
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC.
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Phone 661-3403
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
COMFORT inr.
849 W. 19th STREET, HI ALE AH, FLA. TU 7-8000
H. DAVID SCHULAAAN MILT POLLOCK
HAPPY HOLIDAY AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Ifurri>it# Printing Company
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Stern
1561 S.W. 8th St., Miami FR 4-6702
HOWARD'S SUPER LIQUORS
Lowest PricesBest Service on Miami Beach
FREE DELIVERY IE 8-4445
515 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
To All Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
5519-21 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-4893
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
im i; YiEl I AWNING TO.
541 WEST AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 534-4674
Quality Welders oi Miami Beach, Inc.
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for New Year
MIAMI LINCOLN MERCURY
Largest Dealer Smallest Prices
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE: 7574464
Challenges Of The New Year 5728
Continued From Pago IE
rectly observed that without a basic past, the Jews
do not have a foreseeable future.
The Jewish New Year is known as "Yom Hail-
korotl," the day of remembrance We owe it to
ourselves to know what to remember. Many of
the prayers of this day are imbedded in Jewish
history. The celebrated I'nesane Tokef". for ex-
ample, attributed to Kabbi Kalonymous ben Me
shullam of Mayence, Germany, in the eleventh
century and based on a legend of Rabbi Amnon of
that city illustrates how important a knowledge of
our p:i-i is in contributing to the appreciation of
our faith
A third challenge of the New Year is our need
oi Jewish identification li the Israeli crisis taught
us any single lesson it is the fact (bat in the time
of their greatest peril, our brethren in the land
Israel had no one to depend upon except us
Thej were heartened by the large sums of money
ised. bj tin' volunteers who came to Israel to
work in place of those who had gone to the
and who m ever) waj showed their solidarity with
them in their hour of travail But 'his spirit of the
peoplehood of Israel which is such an important
element in Jewish survival cannot In? forgotten in
days to come.
No Jew can be quite the same since the six-day
war changed not only the map of the Middle Ej-'
but the psychological temper of work* Jewry as
well They in Israel are no longer willing to return
to a situation on their borders that will see Arabs
preparing for renewed warfare every few j
And we in the Diaspora must be increasingh
pared te share their feelings through inter,-
association with Jews everywhere that will marl
a renewal of the Zionist spirit committed as it has
alway been to the legally secured publicly ft
Diced Jewish home in Israel and the eonsciou-ne--
of the oneness of the Jewish people everywhere in
the world. We must learn to ask ourselves. "Must
blood always flow before we recogniie our rela
lionship to our own Jewish people? Must id<
cation only follow threats of disaster?'
At the 'lawn of 5728 we stand at '
point in our history But our Jewish peopl<
st:n not free from difficulty and 'iis.d.ilitx There
ur own in So* iel huss i -U as Ln the
. lands who are in danf r of pi j
i here is l e heroic Je t
munit) m Israel still faced with I
on then bordi i- and ater I
md understanding am.a g the nations
rid.
\v<- cannot forget that a large segment >: the
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
MacDONA! D'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone MO 1-5831
5850 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To All Our Friends and Customers
EDWARD DON & CO.
1550 N. Miami Ave.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ATLAS ROOFING CO.. INC.
All Types of Residential 8 Industrial Roofs
* WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE and SMALL LEAKS *
122 W. 23rd STREET Hialeah
Ph. 885-1641
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
GENE STETZEL INC.
FINE GRADING FRONT END LOADER?
LARGE & SMALL DOZER SERVICE
TRUCKING
9901 SW 32nd STREET CA 1-0175
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
KING DAVID KOSHER FOODS, INC.
1339 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH 534-0197
Delicatessen delicacies Knishes Take Out Food Hebrew
National Products Catering for Bar Mitivas, Parties, etc.
Catering of the Finest for AH Occasions
All Caekiftf 0n On Premises
H : IS Fl
I. GIVNER
LADIES' & MEN'S
TAILORING
'Specializing in Alterations'
12485 N E. 6th Avenue
Phone 757-8201
We Are The Wall Covering
Leader in the South!
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO IMPERIAL
"WALLTEX"
"IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA'
7121 N.W. 6th AVE.
758-8791
NFW YEAR GREETINGS
The Fischers
of
.IK \> ROSE
SHOPS
827 LINCOLN ROAD
1511 WASHINGTON AVE
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
VENETIAN NURSING &
CONVALESCENT HOME
rot Ait rrpf casis
1330 NE Bayshore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN K. SPECT0I
Directors
Dorothy A. Wicks, R. N.
Director of Nursing
ABE BOGIS, Treasurer
REST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
RIKKI'S STUDIO
2256 Coral Way Miami
Figurines Restored
Antiques Lamps
HI 3-5086


^
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Pag
IT IS OUR PLEASURE
SFRViNG YOU .
ALLIED
SERVICE
299 NE 59th Terrace
Phone 75'.-7622
HOUDAY GREETINGS
Simmy**
GULF Service Station
Open 24-Hrs. A Day
1735 NE 79* ST.
(CAlKfWAT)
MOUTH BAY VIUAGf
Phone UN 5-9268
JIMMY VABRONE
rO All GKttTMGS
'if
BAKER PHARMACY
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Phone 888-9963
400 PALM AVENUE
NIALEAH, FLORIDA
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Sol M'l<'ll
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone IE 8-8551
Hnppy Holidays to All
I.OMIOX
CITY
"CMS SHOP
63 EAST FLAGLER ST.
Ph. 379-4806
I nlted Nations voted to condemn Israel at the
bidding of the Arab nations and Soviet Russia. We
are called upon to add our individual strength to
the collective strength of our people. Through the
greater sharing of the common lot of the Jews the
world over, we can give hope to our people now-
denied their elemental rights and lend heart and
spirit to the Israeli adventure in democracy on the
shores of the Mediterranean.
One who visits Israel nowadays Is filled with a
sense of pride at the dignity of being a Jew. That
pride must communicate itself to us in America
that we may be worthy of the past which marks
our identity. The New Year is a time for remem-
bering as we mark our ancient birthdayknown
as the birthday of the world. The events of the past
summer have added a glorious chapter to our book
of memories and given us new insights in our
moral and spiritual power. The Israelis won their
battles not because of superiority in arms or num-
bers but because of the kind at people they are-
resolute and determined to live and protect their
homes. We are called upon to match their moral
strength with our own.
As we attend our synagogues this year we can
add to our prayers the ardent hope that permanent
peace will settle over the land of Israel as a pre-
lude to the peace for all mankind. Israel ha*
always offered shining examples that there are
better ways than war to give our age of anxiety
he tranquility it so desperately needs.
BEST WISHES for a
HAPPY HOLIDAY
ALLIED STEEL PRODUCTS
7800 NW 37th AVENUE
Miami, Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL. ..
CHUCK HALL TRAVEL
975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Giller Bldg.
Miami Beach JE 1-1195
We are closer to you than you think!
No heavy downtown rraff ic. No parking problems
Drive across Julia Turtle (36 St.) Causeway.
Consultant John E. Lenard, V.P.
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARK0WIT7.
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L MARKOWITZ
and Daughter LOR! LYNN
Wishes Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Rosh Hashonah
Greetings
National Freezers
HAPPY HOLIDAY and BEST V
RAPHIL'S DELICACY SHOP
Free Delivery c B
FANCY ASSORTED SMOKED FISH TRAYS H.0RS D'OE'JVRES
COLD CUTS ROAST TURKEY CUT UP I PUT BACK TOGETHER
FINEST DZLICACiES
521 Arthur Godfrey Rd (41st St) Phone JE 1-3722
TO AIL GREETINGS
NATIONAL
* nra
COMPANY
ABSTRACTS TITIE MMM MOKTGAGtS
MAIN OFFICE
151 SW 27th AVE. Ph. 444-1601
Branches:
Huntington Medical Bldg.
Fort Lauderdale
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLJDAY
TRADEWIND TOURS
80 N.W. 167th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33169
PHONE: 949-81.81
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MILTON E. THOMPSON & SONS
ROOFING CONTRACTORS
PHONt 888-1549
347 East 4th St.
Hialeah
.-/ .OAR GREETINGS
FROM
Oliver Manor
Nursing Home
1255 ME. 135th ST., N, MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
YEAR GREETINGS
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE.
635-7507
''r. Jim levenson
H/ MEW YEAR TC AI L
ELSIE UNDERGARMENT COMPANY
835 W. 17th STREET Hialeah Ph. 887-6981
ELSA SILBERBERG, President
GREETINGS "ISAIAH" 53
<01OXt T GROVE
EMPE0YMBNT AGENCY
DOMESTIC HEtP
CABLES S.W. SECTION Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
Phone 444-1631
103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Hours: 7 45 A.M. to 12 Noon-1 P.M. to 3 P.M.-Mon. thru Fri.
LARRY MARKS & COMPACT
MANUFACTURERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE
WOMEN'S, MISSIS1 4 JUNIORS' DKlSStS, COATS & SUIT?
Marks Bldg. 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, Flo. Phone FR 9-2431
Groveland Products Company, Inc.
iandl
6:C N.W. 10th STREET T J32


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* Jen ist fkriafmr
Fi lay C -
He has a safe deposit box, ample savings, is fully insured, and his estate is in good order.
But he is threatening his family's security.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
important obligations, these arrangements must not be over-
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hami Florida. Fnday, Ccicber 6. 1967
?/jo;n7
By BEN NATHAN
Rosh Hashona the time o! change and
., ;ain the New 'i ear
This time the change is radical as when is
II not? For, In fact, the change iron: one >car to
the next mows, II seems, more and mote radical
each year.
11 seenu as ii tin' very velocitj oi the planet.
;.nd all that's on it. is undergoing an Intensive ac-
celeration. Th ngs are not as they used to be The
change now between one year and the next is
absolutely dealing. From the vantage of the pres-
ent one can hardly recognize the past.
But a change to what? Indeed, a change to
What? Indeed, where does it go trom here? The
double talk of politics seems to have reached its
penultimate absurdity There is an opposite word
for everything, And the double road oi morality
- to have reached it- final schism, too it teems
;, ii we have simultaneously reached the recon
- ruction oi the rower oi Babel and, at the same
time, the end ol days, too
But one must beware, I t final die-
turns because what pertains to the Jew and what
pertains to the world is not the same thing, w hither
the world goes and "hither the Jew goes Is net the
same path.
Change lor the one and change for the other is
a change not necessarily identical. In fact, perhaps.
never identical. The world s destiny and the Jew-
ish destiny ko in two separate directions ... at
least now.
Formerly, the more progressive and liberal the
world became, the more progressive and liberal, it
was thought, became its attitude toward the Jew.
To make it so seemed the goal of Jewish efforts
lor centuries.
But is that where it all leads-' is forging a world
w In re it is easier lor the Jew to live the whole or
the real answer' Or has the time come, the time
and the change come, wnen that answer is no longer
enough? In short, has the time come when the
world's altitude toward the Jew is only ol secon
drj consideration.' What we mean is: lias the
lime come when whal the world does and what the
world thinks is no longer oi sole consequence?
This Rosh Hashona is a particularly good time
) ponder these thoughts, a good and choice time
to ponder the path ol world and Jew
In recent years some wise men in our pasture
have sought to bridge Ihe differences between Jew
and Gentile, between Judaism and t hristianlty, in
dialogues that sounded lofty in pronouncement but
demeaning in performance Were it nol better it we
were left to our faith and the Gentiles wire per
mitted to walk in their own paths' Whal good is it
to .mi concessions trom holy places in Christendom
if in the process we weaken the dlstinctiveness oi
our own faith" Knowledge Ol the religions is a
virtue. Synthesizing ol religious polarities is a lolly,
an impossible task.
And BO, when this writer davens in shul on
Rosh Hashona he will be praying [Of the health and
prosperity oi .lews and Gentiles alike, hopeful that
the Gentiles will pray for him too, nut without ask
him or expecting him to enter other portal
praj er.


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By GABRIEL LEVENSON
SOFIA. BulfaaU
The Sabbath lights are uonip mil nil erer this
small Balkan nation; they will not be rekindled
in our lime.
Thirty elderly Jews gather every "* (or Fri
day evening worship in the Midrasha of Sofia's
great Central Synagogue at 16 Exarch Josif Street.
The cantor holds high an ancient silver cup and
chants the kiddush in the traditional Sephardic
version. His congregantsthe youngest in his mid-
sixties, the oldest, 92respond as their ancestors
have done since the first Jews settled in the Balkan
Peninsula two centuries before the Christian era
Except for occasional appearances at Purim or
the High Holy Days, their children ne\er attend
services; to their children's children, the synagogue
is as remote as is the splendid, gold-domed Alex-
ander Nevsky Memorial Church (half a mile away)
to the young Sofians whose grandparents observed
the Russian Orthodox ritual there
Unused, like the Nevsky church, the synagogue
is now a national historical monument But 85
years ago. 1,000 persons filled every seat at its
dedication, with King Ferdinand himself, his queen
nd members of the foreign diplomatic corps par-
ticipating in the ceremonies.
Bulgaria had won its freedom only 10 years
earlier, after five centuries of Ottoman rule, and
the new synagogue was desi
the
dominant Turkish -txle. A hu
from the interior of the hundred-footrush !?.
Graceful fluted columns, separated by
Moorish arches, support the gall, hi The fl"^
inlaid with an intricately patterned mosaic 4
With disuse, decay has set |n ,,; h,
The wrought-iron gate, topped by the star of DmI
which leads into the court yard is rust> The mil I
stones of the yard are sprouting grass A?l
woman sells tomatoes at a stand in front Jf I
building; across the street, busy shcmpm CKr. I
their mesh bags, hurry into a long, barn likeb 21
ing which houses dozens of
stalls.

'build
vegetable and U
The Midrasha. a small anteroom ii no% I
for services, but the doors leading i:.to th* T*
synagogue are fastened with an old brass p^^ti
Curator and gatekeeper is Isac Moscona. pre*-
of the Central Religious Council of Itraeji,. I
Bulgaria. ^"
He is a man in his mid-sixties, with the {**.,
lined face and stooped shoulders of a scho^r f.'
speaks eight languages well, including Turk*
Spanish and Hebrew. In bis office, across to*.
trance hall from the Midrasha, hangs ., larf ^
ing of the synagogue at the time of its dedicate
Against one wall is a book-case, who>.. claw tow I
protect the parchment-bound books and dw.am
01 Sofia's once-thriving Jewish commm.;'>
Before World War II. Mr. Mo-eor.a say* %.,\
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fJenisti FlcridHar
Page 3-F
%cv 45.000 Jews in Bulgaria, 26,000 in Sofia
jIM;_supportinK there five major synagogues and
in aller midrasha. Now there are only 6,000
the entire countryout of a total population of
ht million; and 3,000 Jews are in Sofia.
Despite German penetration and control of the
unli the 45,000 Jews survived the war. So deep
ire their roots in the country, and so fierce the
l'jari;m determination to defend them, that even
Immler's SS elite forces did not dare to carry out
(in Bulgariathe policies of deportation and ex-
rmiration which virtually liquidated the Jewish
luul.'.'ions of the other occupied countries.
Tht Jews survived, but the great majority of
lem chose to migrate to Israel, leaving behind
eld< rly and the dedicated Communists who fell
Iniiu strongei identity with their homeland than
l(h the new Jewish slate Until the June war.
Bitacl between Jews in Bulgaria and relatives in
rael as extensive: there was great freedom of
lid Communication between the two conn
Despite tin- recent diplomatic break between
l.iel and l'.u! ana the close tie- persist "We
Keve lhal eight Sofia Jews wire killed ill the fust
li'i- ays f the war.' Mr Moscona says
V her he. nor the cantor. ( haim Mnidcc.u
k h ain inn the members <>t the congregation,
ted me warmly in Hebrew and Spanish.
iih! enter into any direct discussion of the wai
ver> sorry that in the war people on both
9 are killed." Mr. Moscona lays in careful.
Itinj English "We think that the best victory
1
in a war is nut as 'jood as a bad peace'' lie adds.
"We arc sad from the war. but what can we do'
We are little people, and we have political and
economic freedom here
Like Cantor Meshullam, Mr, Moscona is paid
by the state for his services ai president and his-
torian o, the community. He says the government
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Friday. October 6, 1957


v_/Ta*>py "AND
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ear
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Ten Days To Learn Tenderness
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
ally, the English word, jubilate, comes from tni
verbal source.
Although Rosh Hashona is known as<0e *<"" the number seven is underscored on the
ir. it inaugurates not the first month flhhe year HTfcli Holy Doys, so is the number ten.
l"" *~ The High flWy Days are a span of ten days dut
Year
but the seventh.
Why?
Apparently our sages wanted to differentiate
between the secular year and the ethical one.
The calendar may begin with Month No. 1, orig-
inally Nissan, when Spring breaks out upon the"
world.
But the time for moral stock-taking ought to be
associated with another month. The one chosen
was the Seventh month, Tishn. Thus we read in
the Bible that the time of the sounding of the
Shofar should be the first day of the seventh
month, and the time to "afflict our souls." that is.
to fast, should be on the tenth day oi Tishn.
That the seventh month should be chosen should
not astonish us because seven is a tavonte re-
ligious numeral in Jewish lite. Perhaps because
lach day is precious to us. and the week is re-
yarded as moving towards its climax, the Sabbath,
seven is special, ine seventh day is a holy one.
The seventh month is the time or the beginning ot
the spiritual year. Seven times seven weeks was the
interlude between Egypt and Sinai. Seven ti.nes
seven years constitutes the period of the Jubilee
when freedom and release are called tor Incident
ing which we are urged to consider our own deed-
adjudge our lives with candor, strive to retorm
the quality of our life, recall the wrongs we ha\.
committed, seek to gain pardon trom those we
have hurt, find the strength to forgive those who
have harmed us and gird ourselves for the follow
ing year.
Why ten days?
Well, our moral law is predicated upon Ten
Words, the Commandments given on Sinai. The
Decalogue comprises the headlines which ought to
be translated into heartlines. It is as though our
tradition were asking us to take one day to ponder
each of the Commandments and inquire of our-
selves to what extent we are heeding them.
What if we ignore the Ten Commandments'
Then we are putting ourselves in the position ol
Pharaoh, who repudiated the call to nobility. And
what happened to Pharaoh^ He. too. had a tenfold
confrontation: the Plagues During the Ten Da>-
then. we arc asked to avoid the Ten Plagues I
adhering to the Ten Commandments
One rabbinical sage has opined that the numbei
Continued On Page 12-F
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545 Arthur Godfrey Road JE 1-0836
MIAMI BEACH 40. FLORIDA
WISH CUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
JUNIORS RESTAURANT
30th ft Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
79th St. & Biscayne Blvd.
183rd St. & Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
1150 South Dixie Highway
Coral Gables
ALL AROUND TRAVEL SERVICE, Inc.
Tickets Tours Cruists
EUROPE ISRAEL NASSAU JAMAICA CARIBBEAN
Authorized Airline Steamship Agents Official Rates Only
Morrie Sidell
1638 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Airline Terminal Bldg.
5323336
SOUTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST VOLUME LIQUOR CHAIN
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
llappintMH in a STATE
iJQIOn STORK and UMSUKr
GREETINGS
IWAar;
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ho.mi:
con* :ev:e"
5727 NW 17th AVENUE
Ph. 691-4343
GREETINGS
S. ROSS
PLASTIC Si ? COVES 5
WINDC .-. HADE:
WHILE YOU WA '
4115 Prairie Aven-e
Phone JE 8-3030
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
J. FRANK McCRACKEN
Clerk of Criminal
Court
With Best Wishea For A
Happy Holiday
Season
Collins Glass and
Mirror Co.
1008 5th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-7697
Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Spiegelman
Rob and Shirley
Max and Gail
Fred and Guy Gertten
Stephen and Gary
Ronni and Larry
wish their relatives
and friends
A HAPPY NEW Y!


Friday, October 6, 1967
^Jenis* fhridUann

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'
Compliments of
PI.Ai.KR
BROS.
-1340 N.W. 27th AVE.
NE 5-0905
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
A. B. WINICK
Auto Radiator Service
SERVICE I REPAIRS
All Work Guaranteed
ANY MAKE OF CAR
3218 N.W. 54th STREET
Ph 6331907
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
May the people of
Miami Beach
Be among the people of
the world to usher in
peace for the New Year
MR. and MRS.
MAURICE TESHNOR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SAC CONSTRUCTION
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
Stanley Cohen
Marvin Sheldon
Phone 667-8866
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SOL KAHLENBERG
STRICTLY KOSHER
MEAT MARKET
806 6th STREET
MIAMI. BEACH
Phone 538-4577
ABBA EBAN
First Appearance A Masterpiece
BEST WISHES FROM
Miami, Miami Beach and All Florida
GREETINGS
SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY
VISIT OUR NEW STORE AT
4200 SALZEDO ST., CORAL GABLES
445-7841
HOSPITALS + NURSING HOMES + PHYSICIANS
LABORATORY SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
You are cordially invited to come in and browse about
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
SCHOOL
AND SUMMER CAMP
11211 Biscayne Blvd. 757-1511
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR COUNCILMAN
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
Richard fires Jim Conway
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE
PHONE 635-4437
THE BOARD of DIRECTORS,
OFFICERS and STAFF
JOIN with ME in WISHING
YOU and YOUR FAMILIES
A
HAPPY
NEW
MIAMI
NATIONAL
BANK
YEAR!
Samuel Cohen
Vice Chairman of the Board
Irvin N. Clary
President
8101 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Miami, Florida
MEMBER: Federal Reierve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
*^/%appu \_y Vcw LJcar
AND BEST WISHES TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SENATOR
Robert M. Haverfield
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
STA-YOUTHFUL CLINIC
Since 1959
FURTHER INFORMATION: MO 7-2302
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
MILES RESTAURANT
BUSINESS-MEN'S LUNCHES FROM 75c
575 E. 25th STREET
HIALEAH
Phone: 696-7321
Also Food To Take Out
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
COLONIAL PONTIAC
8301 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 751-8655
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
GRACIE'S
ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
PIZZA & SPAGHETTI TO TAKE OUT
OPEN 10 tol2
518 N.W. 54th STREET
Phone: 758-9343
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
4875 N.W 77th Ave.
Phone 888-4661
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Friday, October 6. 1967
&
e
takes the occasion
at this Holiday time
to salute the civic efforts
of
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
.
w
BEAU RlVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
THE KORETSKY FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE JE 2-2311
MIAMI BEACH
:ir Year Greetings
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Bw
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
and AIRPORT LANES
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General .Manager
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MIAMI IOI.OMAI HOTEL
146 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami 373 2181
BEST WISHES FOR A
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LUCERNE
HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
Same Friendly Manaqement
6. Staff That Has Served
You for So Many Yeaia
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-0381
Mr. Irving Podolnick
Mr. Arthur Ban
Happy New Year and
Best Wishes To All .
LOMBARDY HOTEL
6305 Collins Ave,
Miami Beach
Phone 866-7761
Happy New Year Greetings
SHOREHAM
NORMAN
HOTEL and
VILLAS
5th to 6th On Oceenf rent
531-7481
63rd, and Collins Ave.
RIO HOTEL
UN 6-4641
Frank Fishman, Owner
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
GALE HOTEL
1690 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
531-6861
Best Wishes for a
NEW YEAR
MOULIN ROUGE
RESORT MOTEL
On Indian Creek
at 41st Street
Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HEW EVERGLADES
HOTEL
244 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
hone: 379-5461
Happy Hone
6 6 d 4 6 d 6
fl.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ivanhoe *s"
Oceanfront at 101st St., Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
LARRY CLIFF, General Manager
For Reservation 865-3511
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
IMtOMIvVllftl-: HOT II
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-5721
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Il MINI HOTEL
Oceanfront at Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0811
THE GOPAAAN FAMILY .
SAN JUAN HOTEL
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR
1680 Collins Avenue Miami Beicn
IPLOMI
1
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Friday, October 6, 1967
sitays To All!
r
Oct. 5-6
1967
Tishri 1-2
5728
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
SANDY SURF HOTEL
COLLINS & 89th St., Surf side 866-9713
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL .
COPA CABANA HOTEL
3611 COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-5301
HARRY AND MURRAY ROSENBERG AND FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
HER MAJESTY HOTEL
6620 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
T
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1 -I
f
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
HAROLD 8 BOB GRUDER
of Hie
MONACO
MOTEL
17501 Collir
Miami Beach
i Avenue
947-3417
SAVOY HOTEL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"Open Year Around"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMBLIKB
252 NW 2nd Street
Phone 374-3086
*Jew is* fhridton
GREETINGS TO ALL
CABiLLAC
HOTEL
Jerry Granger, Owner-Mat.
Luxurious accommodations,
low rates, plenty of fun!
532-4541
A Full Block On The Ocaen
39th to 40th Sts., Miami Beach
Sincere Best Wishes
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Friends
MR. & MRS.
BERNARD CHARKOSKY
CAVALIER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phono 531-7661
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
to all our Friends & Patrons
JEFFERSON HOTEL
12115th St.* Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phono JE 1-1141
JOHNINA
HOTEL
6985 Collins Ave.
& Ocean
"Home of the World-Famous
Dream Bar"
Managing Director
JOHN J. KELLY
BEST WISHES for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SKA
ISLE
Hotel
3001 Collins Ave.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Friends and Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
^
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The
KOSHER HOTEL
of the Year!
The Air Conditioned and Heated
M The A Com
arttnique
l HOTIl | POOL I.,,........,
Best WiiLi for a
CAIANA COIONT
car
Hilda & Bernie Wieder
Rabbi & Mrs. Mayer I. Herman
Owner Mgmt.
ON THE OCEAN AT Mtk STREET, MIAMI IEACH
A
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 633-8411
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BROADMOOR HOTEL
7450 OCEAN TERRACE MIAMI BEACH
Phono 866-1631
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
NETHERLAND HOTEL
1330 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH
Phone 534-4791
MR. & MRS. SIGMUND WEINTKAUB & FAMILY
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74th STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 64231
WAIKIKI MOTEL
18801 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
DANIEL & JOE LIFTER
Wl 7-3451
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Bay Harbor
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE MARGOLIS
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. & MRS. LEWIS LESHNER
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 14711
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Mimosa Apartments
4747 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
PHONE 532-6411
MONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-8721
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL


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fJewisti ncrfdliair
Friday. October 6. 1967
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
FORD BLINDS AND DOORS
Since 1949
Manufacturers of
PLANTATION SHUTTERS WINDOW SHADES
draperies if' Voiding door's"
3299 NW 7th STREET Ph. 635-4481
1284 NE 163rd STREET Ph. 9472271
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
WALTER MUROFF
SURFSIDE GULF SERVICE STATION
9401 Harding Avenue Ph. UN 6-2324
CROSSTOWN GULF SERVICE STATION
16830 Collins Ave., M.B. Ph. 947-9323
GULFLAND SERVICE STATION
1040 No. Federal Hwy., Hallandale Ph. WA 2-6440
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
BAUMGARTNER
CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
"TORGINAL SEAMLESS FLOORING
AUTHORIZED DEALER
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
CONSTRUCTION
15221 N.E. 21st AVENUE
Ph. 945-6331
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
EDWARD RADUNS
SOUTHERN MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATES
1999 S.W. 27th AVENUE
445-1596
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
R. I. GRADY
President
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
HSl COMNTOt SViCf-Ter,fe Pr.ofinj-fum^.finj
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH C0RAI CABUS
BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE, INC.
DONT TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
3555 S.W 29th TERRACE Ph. 446-6401
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES R. JACOBSON
>,^\tWish all their Friends
a Very Happy New Year
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
Vice-Mayor and Mrs.
LOUIS B. HOBERMAN
GREETINGS FROM
4000 N.W. 30th Ave.
Ph. 633-1
551
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BEN AND ANNA MEYERS
The Saga Of The Shtut-Zager
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
Once upon a time long, Ions aso. before the
two world wars, there was in East Europe a town,
a shtetl. called Regens. in the Province or Grodneh.
somewhere in Poland. As towns go. it wasn t much
of a town. In fact, one could hardly dignify Regens
with the name town, but it was an entity. Its three
hundred souls, with only a few necessary excep
tions, were Jews; it had a one-room cheder, it had
a Rebbe. it had a Shul. and it had a Shtut-Zager. a
Town-Clock.
The Shtut-Zager of Regens had been there since
the beginning of time, if you will pardon a bad
joke. No one could remember when it hadn't stood
atop its pedestal in the village square. Cheerfully
decorated, ornate and commanding, it was as much
a part of the towns life as the cheder and the
Shul. Its penetrating tick could be heard in all
corners of the shtetl. its chimes and bells marked
the half hours and the hours of Jewish life in
Regens. Good times and bad times, birth and deaths.
Sabbaths, both great and small, festivals' and holy
days, all were marked by the Shtut-Zager Most
clocks need to be wound once a day. some only
once a week, but the Shtut-Zager of Regens was an
unusual clock. It was wound only once a year. The
best time for the winding was appropriately, at
the beginning of a New Year.
As the old year approached its end. the Shtut
Zager would begin to run down The great hands
moved ponderously, the minutes passed with drag
ging feet, the vifiorou^ Uck bec^pe subdued and
indifferent. The^M* SC <9P reflected the
clocks languid cd^Biion. Some^f4he not so pious
conveniently forQt |pu>berve t4ft,Sabbath Moth
ers screamed at children and children fought with
each other "A little wine for the stomachs sake
became a bit of a carouse. Friends spoke disparag-
ingly of each other, businessmen raised then-
prices another ten per cent, the aged were neg-
lected and mourners went uncomforted
Not for long, though. Just before Rosh Hashona.
the Zager -Shamus. the Winder of the Clock, could
be wen rushing up the street, ladder under his
arm. earlocks and long coat flowing in the bree?e.
and not a moment too soon, the clock was wound
Ughl and solid, ready for the New Year. At that
moment, the Jews of Regens prepared to celebrate
the Hi^h Holy Days and the Festivals.
But the last two weeks before the clock un-
wound had taken their toll. The townsfolk came
together with irritation in their hearts, discon
tented, filled with a malaise, an uneasiness, a vex-
ation of spirit. It wasn't until Rosh Hashona anu
Yom Kippur were over, until, in fact, Erev Sukkot,
that the clock resumed its lively march. As it did.
a change came over the citizens of Regens To their
dignified shul going gait was added a hop. a skip,
a shuffle, almost a dance-step Decorous greetings
became a harmony of song. Children jumped and
shouted with no one to say them nay. Friends
greeted one another with affection and tolerance
jewfis stivM
WORKS OF ART
Furniture. Antique! and Cu'ioi
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES)
1228 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach
wfinilt Phone JE MOJS
T. SCHORR
MiaW* Phom JE 4-2503
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SO HI. i\.
43 N.W. 21st STREET
FR 4-5131
JOSEPH COSENTINO, Pres.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Tropical
Paper Box Co.
Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
Miami Internat'l. Air Depot
Bldg 2144 Ph. TU 8-8459
Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PATTERSON
PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
... DAY OR NIGHT .
Dial 945-0835
2645 N.E. 186 Terrace, Miami
Complete 24-Hour f (umbing Repair
Service licensed I Intuiti
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherry
of
Louis Sherry
Associates, Inc.
extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year To All
1 Lincoln Rd. Bldg.
JE 8-5433
IA \>Y\S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL GREETINGS
HOWELL WINDOW
SERVICE
SALES & SERVICE
New & Used Doors.
Windows & Screens
17430 So. Dixie Highway
Ph. 238-5102
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
339 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
GREETINGS
c. & it.
SCRAP METAL
PIPE. PLATE &
SCRAP METAL
3177 N.W. N. RIVER DR.
NE 4-2111
HCX'DAY GREETINGS
NELSON'S PHARMACY
Preuription Specitlittt
OS NELSON
Drugs
# Cosmetics
# Sundries
# Free Delivery
6939 S W 57th AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 666-4425
TO OUR AAANY VALUED
JEWISH FRIENDS
OUR SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
THURMOND
MONUMENT
CO.
A HAPPY NEW Yl
LEE'S
Prescription Pharmacy
OISCOUNT DRUG STORIS
ftmm Dl*vry
7880 Coral Way 221-8222
401 Coral Way
C. Gables 448-1728
2525 S W 3 Ave. 379-3626
5898 Sunset Drive 661-7651
Best Wishes
for
The Holiday Season
DICK
RICHMOND
fine Mil's Clothes
201 E. Flagler Street
Miami
300 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
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*Jmisil fkridlirtr,
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lilies visited back and torth enjoying a glatt ol
ie in each homes Sukkah. The Festival had
rived'
If you want to believe that the Shtut-Zager had
ything to do with the changed personalities ot
^gen's Jews, go ahead and believe it. But please
^ep in mind that there is nothing like Jewish life
balance. And the balance to the Days ol Awe
Sukkot. In the early days of our history. Sukkot
as celebrated with the kind of all out effort by
ir progenitors that we reserve lor Mardi-Gias 01
pa a World's Fair. Sukkot had many names
ken. it was called the Festival ot the Ingathering,
it- Festival of Booths, but more often than either
these it was simply. The Festival. And liom all
Sports it was quite a festival. Our Forefathers h;id
(saying. "Whoever hasn't seen a Sukkot celebra-
>n in Jerusalem hasn't seen anything," or words
that effect. Pilgrims came from all corners ol the
^nd. the streets were filled with them, dancing.
lging. no doubt taking a drop too much. Every
me had its own Sukkah and its doors were open
passing visitors. The ritual in the Temple itsell
was elaborate and festive, and a full day of cele
bration was topped off by a long and intricate
dance ceremony performed by torch carrying men.
chosen from among the most righteous families.
But The Festival changed as we moved from
the Middle East into the continent of Europe. By
the time we .readied towns like Regent, Sukkoth
was celebrated in quite a different manner than
back in old Jerusalem. The lulav and the esrog
remained as symbols, the dance became a gay
procession around the Torah Scrolls, the holiday
began to lose the bonds which had tied it to the
life of nature. The custom of living in booths dur-
ing the festival is for many Jews a delightlul
memory, although many families still have then-
own SukkahI have seen a portable Sukkah ot
red canvas and aluminum tubing which was a tem-
porary shelter right enough, but not aesthetically
sat s actoiy 10 uiu-e w no lememher one erected
by a grandfather or great-grandfather.
Some of that generation claim that the joyous
sukkot of old is gone forever, and it may be that
American Jewry is becoming a trifle staid and
sedate, l expect thai we could use a Shtut-Zager
to change the tempo of our daily life. You may
have a Town ( lock atop your town's courthouse or
lumk building, but like the red canvas Sukkah it
isn't quite the same thing, is It? But we do have
The Festival and the Freedom to celebrate it in our
homes mid synagogues in whatever way we wish,
with joyous festivity and loving remembrance
within our own great tradition
Did you hear a chime'." You did? Then there
must be a Shtut-Zager in your vicinity. You had
better he on vour way!
GREETINGS
AIR
CONDITIONING
REFRIGERATION
ICE
EQUIPMENT
ICE MACHINE
HEADQUARTERS
YORK
RCA WHIRLPOOL
KOLD-DRAFT
VOGT
SALES & SERVICE
Aim
Corporation
8450 NW 6th Court
Ph. 751-2544
Holiday Greetings from
Atlantic
Equipment to.
1220 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 373-0316
GREETINGS!
DORWIN'S
IVY SHOP
"Smart Shop for Young Men"
1574 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 532-4061
HAPPY NEW YEAR
4 BEST WISHES TO ALL
Surt Strictly
Konher Market
.7431Collins Ave., MB.
UN 54)559 Bill Gellor
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PHYLLIS DEE INC.
6831 N.W. 37th COURT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 691-5840
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
SOL RASHIN
and Family wish their
relatives and friends
a Happy New Year
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PHYLLIS ORIGINALS
9538 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI, SHORES
PHONE: 7513141
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
NORTH SHORE
GARAGE
7110 ABBOTT AVENUE
MIAMI, BEACH
L. C. MILLER
Phono 866-9171
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ECONOMY
STEAK SALE
970 E. 25th STREET
H1ALEAH
691-6831
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
EDITH'S
MEAT MARKET
1425 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 534-4697
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
COMMUNITY
FOOD CENTER
PRIME KOSHER MEATS
& POULTRY
525 ARTHUR GODFREY RD.
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 531-7691
GREETINGS TO ALL
FLORIDA BURLAP AND
BAG CO., Inc.
STAN FRIEDMAN
1074 E. 27th St., Hialeah
Phone 696-5831
GREETINGS
J. & W. PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
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Friday. October 6, 1967
i-
To All Our Wonderful Friends
HAPPfe-NEW^ YEARlitfQMDAY
* .$.. Ol O.
The Morris Lerners
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Famous Restaurant
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OF OUTDOOR
ADVERTISING
Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in
MIAMI
FT. LAUDERDALE
Call 751-6641
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TO ALL GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
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DIAL 379-3401
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
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ISQ
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TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Monahcm's Electric Co.. Inc.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
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PAUL BARNETT SOL SCHREIBER
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Telephone 754-3457
Miami Downtown Store Miami Beach Store
134 N. E. 1st Street 1608 Washington Ave.
.
Visit To The Jews Of Bulgaria
Continued From Pa#a 3-F
anrfMjoMaa >::'. -i4 tupm >:.
hqs .allotted Junds to keep the synagogue yi good
repair and he points to a wall, shattered ht says,
by American bombs during an air raid on Nazi-
held Sofia, which will be restored finally as part
of this year's budget for the synagogues main-
tenance.
Mr. Moscona has recently completed a history
of the Jewish families of Bulgaria, written in Bul-
garian, which will be printed by the government's
publishing house. He showed me the handwritten
manuscript of a Spanish Ladino dictionary on which
he has been working for the last two years and in
which the government demonstrates little interest.
Ladino. the Yiddish" of Sephardic Jewry from
Spain to Yemen is a polyglot tongue made up of
Spanish^ Greek, Turjtish ffd ..the,other languages
acquired hy the Jews in theur-^enturies of migr*
tipn.HtJjrQHghout, the ,^pditetraftf}BB4and8. .Like
Yiddish, it uses Hebrew characters, although its
vocabulary and grammar are primarily Spanish.
Mr. Moscona has a compilation of 12.000 words
in his dictionary. "The vocabulary" is limited." he
says, "because the language is dying. No new words
have been introduced into it since the end of the
19th Century."
The Bulgarian government, with scant resources,
cannot publish a work of such relative obscurity.
Mr. Moscona fears It is to be hoped that sponsors
can be foundperhaps in the United Statesfor
his record of a disappearing culture.
Ten Days To Learn Tenderness
Continued From Page4-F
ten was chosen because it was so handy. That is.
the number corresponds to the number of fingers
on our hands. As we look at them we have a rule of
thumb, as it were, to inventory our spiritual status.
Tradition has it that Yom Kippur commem-
orates the pardon given to the ancient Israelites
for making the Golden Calf whilst the Command-
ments were being promulgated. The Lord, accord
ing to Holy Writ, wanted to destroy the Jews foi
that sacrilege, but he was stayed in His wrath h>
Moses, who pleaded for his people.
The High Holy Day period is our opportunity
to emulate the All Highest in terms ot compassing
and concern. In other words, we are offered ten
davs to learn to be tender.
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from
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fiday, October 6, 1967
* Jewish ncrkXan
Page 13-F
,727 Was The Finest Year At UN
Conti'iuad From Pag* 6-F
land Mordechai Kidron, who had been brought in
Ifrom Geneva, wHtt-e ; V-fe (and is) Israel's'
[permanent representative to the; Unked Nation*'
1 Kuropea*"HeadHMirters. But there were others,
including other members of Israel's permanent
I mission andof great significancethe parlia-
mentary advisors, all of them members of Israel's
Knesset, ranging in domestic political orientation
from left to right, from the old Mapai war horses
to Herat, from the religious bloc to the tough
kibbutzniks" who always fight the ultra-religious
elements in Israel. Here, they were able to observe
the situation from hour to hour, to know about
every step the professional diplomats had to take.
and how and why. Mr. Eban was the star But
this was no one-man show. The supporting cast
was superb.
An unpublicized example of great team work
(and one that may even be denied formally, for
cood and sufficient reasons) took place when the
diplomatic mission discussed the stand to be taken
here publicly regarding Israel's plans, as yet not
formalized at the time, to declare the unification
of Jerusalem. Every member of the team, in-
cluding the parliamentary advisorswho. after all
represented all of Israels political parties except
Hit communistswanted the Israel government to
hold back on the planned, official announcement
of Jerusalem's unification. All knew that Jordan's
King Hussein was coming to the I' N. and would,
meanwhile confer with President Johnson in Wash-
ington. Unanimously, the members of Parliament
signed a request to Prime Minister Eshkol, asking
him to hold liack the unified Jerusalem announce
ment. at least until Hussein had spoken his piece
here and had held His conference with Johnson.
Whatever the internal reasons may have been,
Mr. Eshkol paid no attention to ?hat request. But
the fact that the parliamentarians agreed with
Eban's stand of the moment testified to Eban's
persuasiveness and that of the other professional
members of his Mission. And, once the decision
had been taken in Jerusalem, Eban and his team-
mates were as staunch in their endorsements of
the move as any human being could have been.
Eban's first appearance at the Security Coun-
cil here, when the debate got hot, was a master-
piece. It must be remembered that nine years
had passed since Eban had relinquished his post
as Israel's permanent repiesentative at the United
Nations. The diplomatic corps had changed rad-
ically, and so had the press-radio-TV corps. There
were scores of people here to whom Eban was
only a name. Even many of Israel's friends here.
many of whom knew Eban very well since 'the
old days." feared that he might come here full of
exultation and boasting over his country's victory.
He confuted all the skepticsfriends and foes
alike And. it must be repeated, those who spoke
Continued On Page 15-F
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HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
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Fage 14 F
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Telephone 661-4261
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3550 N.W 110th STREET, MIAMI MU 8-8672
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3544 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
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Ph. 531-5751
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wish their friends and relative*
A HAPPY 4 PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
I Remember Rosh Hashona
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
When I as a child everyone used to take a
hath before Rosh Hashona whether they needed it
or not In those days, every family didn't have a
shower and tub like today. The fact is that bath
tubs, radio and television came in almost at th
same time. There were no refrigerators, either
The Ice man would come around and sell you a
block o! ice,
The men folk all went to the Turkish hath to
bathe for Rosh Hashona and. believe me. you got
a real hath First, you were boded, then they
would "schmeiss" you with a kind of broom to
gel the circulation stirring and then pour buckets
of cold water on you. After the oath, you could
look ;it your neighbors and tell which were natur-
ally brunette or if it was an accumulation of un-
removed dirt.
The children all got new clothes for Rosh
Hashona. Papa used to buy up odd-jobs of mer-
chandise and sometimes both of the shoo would
be left or both right But anyway, both were new
You mustn't think because there was no tele-
\ :-on or radio that the children didn't have any
tun. It the gas went out. you would put a quarter
in the slot and it would be a pleasure to see the
lighl turn on And if there was no television, there
was plenty of broadcasting of a .sort around the
synagogue on Rosh Hashona You bought a ticket
to enter the synagogue, but a lot of people would
spend more time outside talking. You could meet
everyone at the synagogue on Rosh Hashona. I
never understood why a policeman always stood
in front of the synagogue I said to Papa, they
should give him a Machzor (prayer book) so that
he could do a little "davening."
On Rosh Hashona, the cantor always sang with
the choir. It was like grand opera My brother was
in the choir and I wanted to be in it. too I went
to see the cantor He said. "I'll try you out Sing
after me. and he sang,
Ba ba ba
Bababa Bababa
Babababababababa
I sang the waj he said and his face sort ol
turned He said. "Let's tr> again Sing it." h<- said
just the way l sing and he sure the last
Babababababa goes way oul "
So he sang it again and so did I and I sat
way out just like he said When I got through, hi
lo iked at me for ;i minute and then took a nenn\
out ot his pocket "(io and gel yourself som.
candy "
So I didn't get to sing with the choir Still. I
had some profit from the deal
1 used to like the Tashlich ceremony, where
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^
Friday. October 6, 1967
vJenisti FkrudHirin
Page 15;?
you went to the water to symbolically throw your
sins in. We had no river in the town but there
was a park with an artificial pool in it and there
were some boat, there My sister would warn me
ii was a joke of courseabout throwing my sins
in the lake. She said it might poison the fish.
One time on Rosh Hashona I met my little
friend, Joey, there. He asked me where I was
Hoing. I said I was going to throw my sins in the
lake. He asked mc, "Did you murder anyone'"
Of course not," I said. "Arc you sure?" he asked.
Of course I5tn sure." "Well," he said, "what did
you steal?" "I didn't steal nothing and you know
it," I said. "Well," Joey said, "if you didn't kill
nobody and didn't steal, you haven't got any sin*,
so let's go rowing instead."
I always liked the Shofar blowing on Rosh
Hashona. I used to hear the story how the rabbi
of Bcrdichev chose the man to blow the Shofar in
his synagogue.
He asked all the applicants for the job what
they thought when they blew the Shofar. They all
spoke of the high thoughts they entertained when
they blew the Shofar, but the rabbi, for one reason
or another, didn't like the answers. Then a poor
man came along and the rabbi asked him what he
thought when he blew the Shofar. and he said,
Rabbi. I'll tell you what I think when I do it. You
know. Rabbi, I am a poor man and I am not an
educated man and I have four daughters, SO I say
in God, '0 God, I have done my duty in bringing
them into the world, according to thy will, and
now. O God. it's up to you and I beg of you. please
see to it that these four daughters of mine get
husbands.' "
The rabbi of Berdichev gave this man the job.
1 think the man who blew the Shofar in our
synagogue had four daughters, too. He blew the
Shofar line.
5727 Finest Year
Continued From Pae* 13 F
publicly for Israel, including Mr. Rafael and Mr.
Kidron, and those who led the behind-the-scenes
negotiations, including these three as well as Am-
bassador Rosenne, showed the same high profes-
sionalism for which Eban was credited.
What will happen from here on in? This cor-
respondent refuses to predict; 5728 is hidden inside
a crystal ball that's very foggy. But the past, as
recorded in 5727. will always shine. The five-week
month at the United Nations was Israel's finest
period.
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By BEN GALLOB
Profoundly stirred by. Israel's peril and subsequ-
ent dlspla] < exceptional heroism and -kill on
three battlefronts during the June war, young
American Jews bj the thousands volunteered to
go i" Israel to replace men ami women called to
dutj <>n Hk> war fronts Many of them paid their
own way. Many ol them offered to don Israeli
uniforms and tight, an offer politely turned down
by Israeli officials in this country, as in other
western nations where young .low- nude similar
often,
This tidal wave ol interest and direct support
for an embattled Israel has inevitablj prompted
American Jewish leaders to ponder a crucial
issue: What can and should be done to channel
this fresh miriest into a more enduring and
widened concern with and participation in Jewish
lira?
one <>r the mere perceptive comments on the
issue was made by Rabbi Arthur .1 l.ehveld. who
warned that Jewish communal leadership would
he fooling itself if it came to the conclusion that
the sudden surge of folk identification" and the
natural rattyinu by American Jews to the cause
of "Jews in distress really meant "new and last
in commitments" Speaking at a symposium at a
meeting of the National Community Relations
Advisory Council in Atlantic city, the Amei can
Jewish Congress president said that previousl>
alienated or uninvolved young American Jews
could he kept in Jewish activlt) onh il the motiva
non- e\okcd by the crisis could he translated
mto an understanding of then Jewish identitj
Two other organizational presidents Presi
dent Morris 1! Abram ol the American Jewish
Committee and Dr. William \\e\ier. President ol
It'nai B'rith similarly warned thai the task ol
keeping this newly-envoked interest alive and of
using it to attract uninvolved Jews into orga
.lewi~h lite would require a sustained -r
effort
Therein resides the heart of the problem.
Th.' overwhelming protective response ol Ameri-
can and other .lew- lo a fearful threat to Israel's
survival had an obvious ii cluttered channel of
release and expression .lew- who could react 011I7
by giving money did so in astonishing qui
!: .leu-, particularly the younger one-, who were
free to go io Israel and give a direct helping hand
volunteered to do that
Hut a consideration of the formula for the re-
quired "sustained special ef ort" immedi;
evokes nol claritj and precision but all of the
endemic and ui I problems which dark
the outlook for a vigorous i wish life in America
I' ng before the June crisis and war
1 he opportunity provided bj the upsurge of
Jewish interest and concern -parked bj the June
crisis unhappil) offers no fresh answers to that
familiar problem: how to enroll unaffiliated Jews,
how to keep them enrolled and how to involve
them in the activities of the organization Tin-.
reduced to practicalities, i- what is meant bj the
goal of involving such Jews in "new ai.d lasting
imitments
1; lucii real issue to such mundane
1 lementals provides the raw material for determin-
ing what the formula must really he. In practical
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?Dion nsiu mm?
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and our outlook on life becomes
more mellow, we pause to offer
thanks for all the blessings
of the past and to wish to
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An Eventful Jewish Year In Italy
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As everywhere else in the Jewish world, the
past Jewish year was divided also in Italy by the
June war into before" and 'after." Here, as
elsewhere, only what was connected with those
June events seems important in retrospect; all
other matters were pushed into a shadowy back-
stage.
Exactly, this happened with the European
Rabbinical Conference. It had been scheduled to
meet in Rome at the end of May. not without
heated opposition against the location mobilized
by Israel's Sephaxdite chief Rabbi Mlfflm, who
had proposed Jerusalem instead. The gathering of
the storm in the Middle East caused the cancella-
tion of the conference. Had Rabbi Nissun's view
prevailedwho knowsa meeting of the assembled
European rabbis might have solemnly taken place
at the redeemed Western Wall. One has to under-
stand, a Chief Rabbi may have his visions
How deeply the scene after" differed from
that "before" was still better shown by another
postponement, which was providentially decided
upon even before the fateful days An extra
ordinary" congress of the Union of Italian Jewish
Communities should have met at the end of June
in Rome, to decide whether the Italian Law on
Jewish Communities of 1930 is in accordance with
the Julian Republic's Constitutionor not. Abo a
this fine juridical point fi*e renowned jurists had
submitted rather divergent and voluminous opin-
ions (an wnimm 50 Pa* eesstfc-but well after
the established deadline. Thus, Jewish public
opinion would have had no possibility to get
acquainted either with the problem involved or
with the eventual solutions. As a consequence, a
postponement until the end of 1967 was decided
upon. It is hoped, however, that the war's light-
nings will have shown clearly enough to all con
cerned that Jewish problemsalso those in the
Diasporaare beyond juridical fineness.
Certainly, the question of the statute has
importance for a Jewish community But exactly
therefore it should be viewed from its social and
national implications and not through the wording
of a grey paragraph. It* change, if at all tchiev-
able. would require about a dozen years, since in
Italy, in a Penelope fashion, after even gvner.il
election all bills have to be proposed anew and
have to restart their winding road again
This is no exaggeration. a> it was seen b]
long itinerary of another law of high Jewish Inu
est. It needed 10 years for the "Genocide Cria
Extradition Law.' consisting of one consUti.'.
changing paragraph, to be promulgated Its twin
law, on genocide crime itself, is still on its eo
way But even no. Zinds and Kroecers and othei
new and old Nazi.- will not enjoy havens in It
any more Nasser himselt would risk extr.c
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JnnfiA HmrUtaan
should ho take refuge in Italy after a finally suc-
cessful resignation.
Now. if the issue of the Jewish community law
lost its pungency, it is not only because it faded
against the inflamed Mid-East horizon, but much
more so because of its reappraisal by those Jewish
circles who had originally brought it up. They had
been most v\>\ loiisly influencedbefore- by ideas
from the 'progressive left," as communists like to
cat] and camouflage themselves We had reported
earlier how the said law wag firstly called "fascist"
and then "anti-constitutional" and how its op-
ponents intended to disrupt it before the constitu-
tional court and with it the principle that a Jew
Is born into the Jewish community Needless to
stress, this is a Jewish religious principle and.
thus, a few thousand yean older than fascism
or the Italian Constitution. Actually, the Italian
Jewish ('(immunity Law had been worked out in
agreement with the previous legislators in Italy
and Central Europe in collaboration with Jewish
leaden and presents a kind ol state protection of
a recognized minority religion, much envied bj
man) Jewish organizations abroad.
Though some ol them unknowingly, the o|
ipted howe> er the tj pi< al I 'ommur'sl
attitui also thai ol the extreme right, as was
nl i Vatican documi ntation on
'Nazi i eli sious roes n P land dui ing the u
bj whith rel oups should be permitted
I i ee" a ssocial i< ns ol adults II is ob> ious
that tins constitutes a powerful and most efficient
u, ap inat ri Ion, which is always based
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By HAROLD U. RIBALOW
Outstanding Jewish books continue to be pub-
lished and they make a major impact on the
American cultural and literary scene.
Each "season" has its top sellers and with each
lg year it appears that books on Jewish
themes by Jewish authors capture the imagina-
tion and the fancy of the American reader.
In quantity, there are too many titles merely
to list them. In quality, a number of books re-
mains impressive R all depends on what your
interest isand you can discover volumes of in-
c value to you.
I shall, in this cursory' survey, attempt to call
to your attention a select number of titles which
an worth the time and thought of any civilized
ar.d educated reader.
It should be stated at the outset that there
have been a number of imporant books both on
lust and on Israel's remarkable victory
the Arab nation- deter-
! .<> crush thi Jewish SI
H will oul
season. Ol
.
, or exan ; li Trtbimka, by Jeai
mnded
-v. The authoi

' > i! -< rib I ., sin ..
termination camp, where 800.000 Jews were
dered. Steiner studied the available record
interviewed survivors wherever he could find
He tried to discover why so many Jews we
their death with passivity. Simultaneously, h,
scribes a revolt in Trablinka, thus Implying
no- all Jews died as lambs. Critic* more qua i
than this writer have given evidence of Ste:
distortions of history: of his admiration for i
man murderers. I stress these facts becaus? ,
quite difficult to judge where truth end ar
tion begins.
For instance, Thay Fought Back, a volum-
the Jewish resistance in Nazi Europe, edited
translated by the Yiddish writer Yuri Suhl,
ereat attention to Jewish revolt and rebelli
the German concentration camps in Europe Tl -
is va'uable history l.ut it also may be s.
be an effort to underemphas;/. lewisto pa>-
The truth perhaps may be found in the in
groud between the Steiner and the Suhl votu
On the other hand. The Murderers Among U*.
if Simon Wiesentl lited bj
i a hear) nd itlnj
an who is dh '" '
pture N.i/: inals Wl......I
burei.....ml li :
patience in tn
sibl for thi
!
brought I '
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Friday, October 6, 1967
fJwvist HorSdiinir
Page 5-G
ber oi picture-an/1-text books on the six-day war.
More will follow Few are worth more than passing
;,.-, ion. Strike Zion by William Stevenson was 1
quickie issued by Bant a and Israel's Fight for Sur-
vive, published by New American Library, WM
another book published with remarkable sppp | to
re a waiting readership. Both books were
adequate coni levin-* the speed with which they
gotten out. It is to be anticipated that later
ies, produced at som? leisure, will he ;nore
din,i rehensive and will outlast any one season.
:he non-fiction field, there remain some titles
which will, I believe, be read in the years ahead
One of them is The Golden Tradition, edited by
Lucy S. Dawidowicz. It is a creative and fascinat-
ing anthology of "Jewish Life and Thought in
Eastern Europe." Mrs. Dawidowicz has brought
together material from Yiddish, German, Hebrew
and Russian, in her word, "about East European
.lews in crisis, challenge, and creativity from the
end of the eighteenth century until their cataclys-
mic destruction in the Second World War." She
has i.ssembled autobiographies, memoirs, remi
niscences and letters of some sixty persons. It is
;i remarkable job of creative editing and will stand
as monument to a Jewry now destroyed.
Another outstanding volume of Judaica is The
Jews Among the Nations by Erich Kahler. in which
this notable Kholar offers three long essays on the
Jewish situation The first is "What Are the Jews '"
'I'ii wcond is "The Jews in Europe," a brief but
brilliantly-expounded history of the Jewish r
enc< in Europe in relation to Christianity. The
SSiy. The Jews and the Germans," clai
t th.v the German destruction of the Jews
was not accidental and that the Germans delib-
erately sought in the Jew a handy scapegoat for
ated ideas and ideals. The volume closes with
a debate between Kahler and an Arab writer.
Philip K Hitti, in which the seemingly permanent
I between Jews and Arabs is sharply de-
lineated
Two other volumes of non-fiction are worth
notice in this brief survey. They are The End of
the Jewish People? by George Friedmann; and
Our Crowd, by Stephen Birmingham. They are
quite different in approach and contact. Both.
however, are likely to be read for some years to
c line.
Prof. Friedmann, a French Jew. analyzes the
relationship between the Jews of Israel and Jews
elsewhere in the world. He seeks the "Jewish
identity." and points out that "Jewishness" is
fading among young Israelis, while it continues to
hold on in the rest of the world where Jews live
Hi visited Israel twice and what he has to say-
about the State is of extraordinary interest and
Continued On Page 11 G
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By BEN G. FRANK^..
One walks up the steps into an imposing town
house on N>w VOTfc's quiet F.ast Tllrd Street and
opens the door onto a wide lobby which on one
of its inner walls contains pictures <>f German
Jewish Nobel winners. After a quick scan, one
realizes that nearly half of Ciermany s Nobel prize
winner, were Jewishand the Jews were onlj
one per cent oi the population.
it i- fitting, therefore, thai the Leo Baeck In-
stitute which is dedicated to collect and preserve
the evidence of the history ol German-speaking
Jewry recently held an exhibit documenting the
life and work ol a gentle woman who herself was
Victim Of Nazism.
is, ol course, Nelly Sachs who along v nil
S Y Agnon received last year the Nobel I
for Literature "for her outstanding I'
and dramatic poetrj which with gripping power
interprets the fate >ii Israel
The exhibit contains photos <>f the waj sta
tions symbolizing Miss Sach's life; her lyric and
dramatic poetry, selected translations of her works
including letters ami manuscripts, records tapes
and radio scripts
One of the highlights of the exhibit are the
drawings of an operatic adaptation of Miss Sachs'
Eli: A Mystery l'lay of the Buffering of Israel."
which opened in Dortmund. Germany, on Mar ">
The exhibit of the works and related lit.
items of Miss Sachs spreads over two flo .
the five-story Institute.
But the presentation is more It also j- ,
minder thai the Holocaust swept away German
speaking Jewry, destroyed its Institutions
scattered its records to the four winds
The Institute was established in 1899 to co
and save all thai survived the Maxii And it has
gathered 40.000 volumes and archives cent
tens < i thousands ol original documents Including
diaries, famil) papers and hundreds of ui
lished me i men and women from all
ol lifi
The Institute was named in honor ol
li the great scholar and seniot i ibl
Berlin who was the last outstanding repr
live of German-speaking Jewrj and the lasl
ol tin German Jewish Community He
in a concentration camp during World W
but miraculouslj survived Before he di<
London In i!>-r>t>. at the age ol 83, he was >
ol the Institute that bears his name
Man) valuable possessions and docum
now housed m the Institute t"i instance,
found in antique shops in W< st German) aft<
war Others weie donated bj families fro:
over the world
There are. for instance, letters from \
Einstein He wrote to a Brooklyn rabbi Heinriel
Heine asks a luetid to \ 1-11 him In 1848 Heine
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*Jenisii Fkrk/iciiri
Page 7-G
savs, "It would be a great comfort to see you
before my death." Experts at Uie Institute said
he did not die until several years afterwards. In
a letter from Sigmund Freud, one notes this re-
mark: "The Jews treat me as a God fearing
rabbi."
The Institute concentrates on German-speaking
Jewry from the Enlightenment to the catastrophe
of 1933-45.
German-speaking Jewry, of course, was a vital
element in Modern Jewish History One need only
recall such figures as Martin Buber. Raphael
llir>ch and Theodore Herzl. to appreciate the
world-wide impact produced by that relatively
small group.
Moreover, Germany played an important part
in Jew in History in terms of immigration cities
such as Berlin, Leipzl Frankfurt. Vienna, were
way stations for thousands of Eastern European
Jews who later moved on to England and America
Germany also was the birthplace of Reform
Judaism, as well as modern trends in Orthodox
and Conservative Judaism.
German-speaking Jews also contributed much
America and American Jewish life
Jewish philanthrop) in the United states gre
>ut of the New York Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies and those founders were the Schiffs and
the Warburgs Tin- department store and brewery
industries were established here mainly by Ger-
man Jews,
i i .i 'in survivors of German-speaking Jewry
RABBI LEO BAECK
live mostl.v in Israel or America, although there
are aboul 30,000 .lews in Germany,
The Leo Baeck Institute provides the resource
material :>>!" visitors and scholars. Intil now.
most ot the funds for tins Institute came from
German reparations which nave ended. And so
now. the Institute is looking to American Jewry
to help it write the definitive history of German
-pi aking Jewrj and so preserve Its great cultural
legacy which is indeed vital to future generations.
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Greetings to All G. ABRAHAM
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RETAIL KOSHER
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Phone 538-7592
By I M. GREEN
The literal Hebrew meaning of the word*
Hashona'' is 'head of the year." which in
our parlance means "beginning <>( the year." or
more familiarly -New Year'i Day.' it is a two-
day holidav for Orthodox and Conservative Jewa
all over the world, even in Israel where unlike the
ol the Diaspora, all oth?r holidays are ob-
! for one lay. instead of two days Reform
ii Hashona for one da) 01 Ij
- Hash i
e houdi i thi
:d -econd days : the month of Tlshri
.. listed "i the Jewia* religioui calendar j> the
rther than the Brat, month of I
lonth being regar led as Nissan
ii rifteenth da) of which occurs the I
rvei *-hii; foi i I
the reference to the ingathering "at the end of the
been ac< epl I ai an ii
that the Ji wi earl) I the year as
lining in autumn.
When the first da) of the month of Tishri
s the New v> ar Is nol leal
lo know that, in the sixth century, that da)
! as the New 'i eai L'p to
the perio it was observed only one day. and afterward> .
tended to two.
h Hashona. as is generally known to .'
the Ten Days of Penitence (A
y i buva. in the original Hebrew i. whicl
on Vein Kippur, the Hay of Atonement. I:
riod, the^oliday was already r*gj
I a Da) "I Judgment for the entire world
ich man for the coming year is
cribed in the Book of Life, though peniteni
I md i harit) d iring the coming we
on Y< m Kippur, the
.... nent In fact, penitential pi
ol are recited from the first da) of th'
E! il, the month that |>
the month too, both Ashkenazim ai
blow the Shnfar. the ram horn,
morning a: the end of prayers The Shofar I i
blown al the end of Vom Kippur services
I;, ii les the bli wing of the Shofar several time-
during the Rosh Hashona prayer-, a ritual
is best known t" the world itioi
is not Orthodox may find it interesting to b
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+Jeis*i ncrkMan
Friday, October 6. 1967
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MS*
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(N.E. 123rd St.)
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A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Mike Mersel HAPPY NEW YEAR Ossie Mersel
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CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ..
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BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Contnwed from Pe* 5-
angelic "defenders'. The merits and dements of each
individual are weighed in the balance to determine
which outweighs the other On the bays of thi-.
man's fate for the coming year is determined. The
vividness of the procedure appealed to the people
and they accepted it as literal truth in every detail.
For centuries Rosh Hashona was regarded as
the High Holiday.
As we approach the modern period, we find
that many of our people no longer accept literally
the explanation given to Rosh Ilashana as a Day of
Judgment. They feel that the picture of God
sitting as a trial judge is too anthropomorphic and
has no basis in reality. The concept of Rosh Hash-
ona was frequently interpreted to imply that man
is required to sit in judgment on himself and to
subject himself to seli-examination. rather than
appearing before a Heavenly tribunal to receive its
decree. This interpretation, however, fails to sug
gest the sense of imminence and genuine peril which
the High Holiday implied before. The symbolism of
the Shofar and its clarion call gradually faded
away. It no longer warned or terrified many of our
people. Does this mean that Rosh Hashona has lost
its significance as a High Holiday? Not at all! We
must seek a reinterpretation which will restore
its meaningfulness. It is a vital part of the pattern
of Jewish living and must be retained as such.
Otherwise, we shall lose our identity with the
Jews of past generations. The institution must be
rejavped, .hut,.jt, must he uaye^ttd .with mean my
that is relevant to our.need and to.our ti;ne.
Rosh Hashona as a High Holiday ntusl Speak
to us in terms o. the spiritual needs of our times
If it has ceased to terrify u* as a Day of Juu
with the possibility of being subjected to set
decrees, it now calls us to positive action -hat will
perpetuate a meaningful Jewish life May it be a
happy and productive year for all of us
Search For Peace
Continued from Pag* 10-D
recognize her likes and dislikes, to reach out to
her need.
But especially let me seek forgivnesa If I have
indulged in the most insidious of sins the sin
of omission.
Most of all. I seek forgiveness for the sin
of not enjoying life's uncounted, taken f"t granted
blessings: the smiles of my small granddaughters
and grandson, the devotion of my husband, the
friendship of my sons and daughters, our good
health, for the intuitive and vigorous preserration
of our heritage by Jewish leadership hot** lay
and professional; and. though the world stands at
this moment in the midst of a monumental power
struggle between nations and ideologies, let me
be forgiven for not enjoying the fun of riving.
BEST WISHES TO ALL
MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY SMITH
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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TO ALL GREETINGS
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Phone 947-3221
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Friday, October 6. 1967
*Jenistinoridi3un
Page 13-D
They Tell Me This Is The Wall
Continued from Page 3-0
dared days of fist and grayer; youngsters from
assimilated homes organized fund raising drives
and joined in protests; millionaires cast aside their
businesses and took off for Jerusalem; community
leaders went sleepless night after night because
of their great efforts and profound anxiety. Never
was lh< Jewish people so united, never so moved
and anxious, never so ready and prepared to offer
and sacrifice everything it had, its "might, heart
and sou;."
I know oldsters who withdrew their last sav-
ings from the bank and donated them to Israel;
J know young students who cast away their studies
and tests and joined in the fight; I know men who
had stood "outside the Jewish camp." who had
drifted from their people but now returned to it:
more than one apostate took upon himself the yoke
of Judaism anew because he now wanted to identi-
fy with his people. The miracle which took place
among our people throughout their vast dispersion
was as great as the miracle within the land itself.
Thus, it is only justice that mystics and poets
have a hand in writing the history of our deeds ...
I try to understand, to believeI succeed a bit
.but the truth is. I still don't understand The
more lh professional experts try to explain- the
<>- I understand. It all seems like an ancient
legend; as though we had all gone far. far back
to the past. Perhaps that's why I have an almost
palpable feeling of victorywe have conquered
time itself! And my generation is not privileged
to boast many such victories.
However, let's not fool ourselves. The world
already envies our victory. Already we can hear
the strident voices Israel is being extreme
with its "hard" stance, some declare. Israel should
show special patience, forgiveness and magnani-
mity towards her enemies, suggest others. There
will be pressures, attempts to squeeze out of us
this or that compromise. Even our "friends" are
not likely to forgive that we were victoriousthat
it was such an impolitely swift victory, so com-
plete, so magnificent. It is understandable. We
have suddenly stripped them of the chance to pity
us or even help us.
No, the war is continuing and will continue a
long, long time. Except that now it will be fought
with words. Let Israel's spokesmen, who must deal
with the diplomats, ministers and heads of state,
make certain not to surrender to the fine rules of
"logic." The events that took place have finally
freed Israel from the paralyzing chains of "logic."
Let the world know: two plus two equals two
thousand years when the subject is the Wall and
its stones. Even the Almighty cannot allow what
has happened to become as though it had not
happened.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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8445 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 226-5811
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272 Valencia Ave., Coral Gables
Phone 443-1633

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166 NW. 10th Street, Miami
Phone 371-9482
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SAM TENDLER CAR WAXING
1241 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami
Telephone 374-8579
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1428 N.W. 14th Ave., Miami
Telephone 635-1728