Religion: Temples

At the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem last week a 90-year-old rabbi with a flowing white beard prayed for peace in a quavering voice. But this year's most notable observation of Rosh Hashanah, was in Manhattan, where the new and beautiful Temple Emanu-El, costing $8,000,000, was opened. Famed members of this synagog include, besides the late great Louis Marshall (TIME, Sept. 23), Daniel Guggenheim, Benjamin Mordecai, Adolph S. Ochs, Roger Williams Straus. Rabbi Nathan Krass told them the temple signified that "man doth not live by bread only."

Still uncompleted is the $4,000,000 Rockefeller-given Riverside...

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