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New Jersey Jewish Standard November 15, 2013

New Jersey Jewish Standard November 15, 2013

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Published by Larry Yudelson
Remembering JFK after 50 years
Remembering JFK after 50 years

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 JSTANDARD.COM
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Yarzheit 50
NOVEMBER 15, 2013
VOL. LXXXIII
 
NO. 10 $1.00
 page 26 
Looking back at the death of John F. Kennedy
HONORING BERNIE KOSTER
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SCREENING DOC POMUS
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THE MITZVAH BEAUTIFIER
 
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RACHEL BANAI’S NEW EXHIBIT
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JEWISH STANDARD NOVEMBER 15, 2013
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PUBLISHER’S STATEMENT: (USPS 275-700 ISN 0021-6747) is published weekly on Fridays with an additional edition every October, by the New Jersey Jewish Media Group, 1086 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666. Periodicals postage paid at Hackensack, NJ and additional offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to New Jersey Jewish Media Group, 1086 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666. Subscription price is $30.00 per year. Out-of-state subscriptions are $45.00, Foreign countries subscriptions are $75.00.The appearance of an advertisement in The Jewish Standard does not constitute a kashrut endorsement. The publishing of a paid political advertisement does not constitute an endorsement of any candidate political party or political position by the newspaper, the Federation or any employees.The Jewish Standard assumes no responsibility to return unsolicited editorial or graphic materials. All rights in letters and unsolicited editorial, and graphic material will be treated as unconditionally assigned for publication and copyright purposes and subject to JEWISH STANDARD’s unrestricted right to edit and to comment editorially. Nothing may be reprinted in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher. © 2013
NOSHES ...................................................5OPINION ...............................................22COVER STORY ....................................26HEALTHY LIVING & ADULT LIFESTYLES ..........................47GALLERY ..............................................56TORAH COMMENTARY ...................57CROSSWORD PUZZLE ....................58ARTS AND CULTURE........................59CALENDAR ..........................................60OBITUARIES ........................................65CLASSIFIEDS ......................................66REAL ESTATE ......................................69
 
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CONTENTS
LETTERS
It is almost impossible today to purchase red meat that is not glatt.
 JEFF BERNSTEIN, NEW MILFORD
F.Y.I.
Typhoon’s wake hits Rockleigh
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The typhoon that hit the Philippines on Friday was a horror on a scale that even those of us who were affected by Hurricane Sandy can barely imagine.The Jewish Home Family – which in-cludes the Jewish Home at Rockleigh, Jewish Home Assisted Living, Jewish Home at Home, and the Jewish Home Foundation – employs 92 Filipinos. “That’s a significant proportion of our staff,” the Jewish Home at Rockleigh’s executive vice president, Sunni Her-man, said.It has been extraordinarily hard for those staff members, many of whom do not know how their family mem-bers are faring.“These are our people, and that is their homeland,” she said.“When something happens in Israel, it touches us. This is the same thing.“We asked the staff what we could do for them, and they said ‘Pray,’ Ms. Herman said.So they did.On Tuesday, the Jewish Home Fam-ily organized a program, held in the chapel in Rockleigh, led by its chap-lain, Rabbi Simon Feld.“We asked the staff if they’d like to bring in a priest, and they said no. They said that the rabbi is our rabbi.”“It was a program that combined religious prayers, recitations from Psalms, and speakers,” Rabbi Feld said; the Filipinos recited a prayer in Tagalog, and they sang their national anthem. The Jewish Home’s residents donated money to the relief effort, presenting a check.“It was important to the staff and to the board of directors that we show our concern,” Mr. Berkowitz said.“We give care and comfort to peo-ple, and we also give care and com-fort to our staff,” Ms. Herman said. “It doesn’t matter what religion they are.“We are a family here.”She urges that anyone who possibly can donate to the typhoon relief ef-fort. The Jewish Federation of North-ern New Jersey is collecting money, which it sends to the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; the JDC has the experience necessary to know how to spend those funds.To donate, go to the federation’s website, www.jfnnj.org. The link for do-nation is at the top of the page. 
JOANNE PALMER
Candlelighting: Friday, November 15, 4:20 p.m.Shabbat ends: Saturday, November 16, 5:21 p.m.
We have some winners for Israel’s Wikimedia Commons World Heri-tage Site photo contest.And by we I mean all of us. The point of the contest is to solicit photos of important places. Those images can be reused by anyone who attributes them properly.This year, 7,000 photos were submitted; the top winners received cash prizes, and the top ten are being entered in the global contest, which drew entries from 51 countries and Antarctica.
LARRY YUDELSON
Winning photos for the global kibbutz
Staff members, residents, family members, and friends from the Jewish Home Family joined in a program at the Jewish Home at Rockleigh to provide comfort and hope to the 92 Filipinos on staff.
COURTESY JEWISH HOME FAMILY
Pini Berman took first prize of NIS 5000 for his photo “Jaffa at Night – View from the Sea”Amos Gal took the photo of an old bus stop in the Beit Shean Valley.Yossi Steibel took this photo of the Casino at the Bat Galim promenade in Haifa.

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