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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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,30, Number 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida, Friday. March 23. 1956*
PRICE: SI.00
MOVER SERVICE SCHEDULE
i ittr Miami Jewry will ushar in Passovar at sarvicts in
of Worship here early Monday evening. Tha observance
Sibbath services this waakand, known as "Shabbat
I" For full schedola of Patsovar worship datails, saa
>9-12.
a* ,?V
iparticipate in ancient festival of Passover. Along
[them, lews throughout the world will mark Israel's
from Egypt ond slavery beginning Monday evening.
I four questions asked by these children"What is
ent about this night?"heightens significance of Jewish
under Pharaoh. For today, with the Jewish republic
a, her Egyptian enemy of old vows again: Death to
I
boy and girl at National Jewish Hospital in Denver
a member in preparation of first seder Monday eve-
P'te illness, they take time out to observe Passover
ilif^hesinto Jewish antiquity.
PRESIDENT CALLS EOR POWER TO USE OWN DISCRETION
Eisenhower Asks Congress for Middle
East, Africa Fund as Observers Say
Move Will Offer 'Quiet' Aswam Aid
WASHINTON (JTA) President Kisenhower. in
his foreign aid message to Congress this week, asked
for a special fund of $100,000,000 for use in the
Middle East or Africa at his own discretion. This
Ml ^een in some quarters as a device conceived by
the State Department to gain funds for the Aswan
WAS LIBERATOR OF THE NEGEV
Israel War Hero is Scheduled
To Appear at Mass Community
Rally on Miami Beach Thursday
Brig. Gen. Yigal AUon. whoso heroic military feats have enshrined
him a- a permanent figure in world history, will headline the brilliant
program at the Combined Jewish Appeal 'Community Assembly" on
Thursday. Mar. 29.
"Greater Miami's response to Israel's call" is the stirring theme.,
of the giant emergency community assembly.
The mass meeting has been called by Jewish leaders in cognizance
of the crisis facing Israel, the trag-
dam development in Cgypt while evading the neces-
sity for going directly to Congress for this specific
controversial purpose.
Mr. Eisenhower explained his request for the
special fund as follows: "The Middle East and Africa
-------------------- are areas in which it is especially
| important to build new strength
friendly to us. There is need for
an adequate fund which can be
used to assist in meeting special
economic problems that may arise
in those regions. The United States
RlUSt lie in a position to act prompt-
ly to help the governments in tins
area in their efforts to find solu-
tions for economic and social prob-
lems. I therefore recommend crea-
tion of a special fund of $100,000,-
000 to lie available for use in any
part of the Middle East or Africa
Continued on Paga 2A

FINAL PHASE
Combined Appeal
Hopes to Reveal
$1,225,000 in Till
A new Combined Jewish Appeal
total of $1,225,000 was reported
at an enthusiastic all-division work-
ers rally Wednesday evening.
The CJA cabinet expressed some
optimism that the drive had an
excellent chance of surpassing last
year's total of $1,251,000 before a
giant community rally here Mar.
29.
"We must win this second cam-
paign for $500,000 lest the thou-
sands of men and women depend-
ing on us are trapped in North
Africa and kept from entering Is-
rael," chairman Sam J. Heiman
declared at the meeting. "If our
volunteer army fails to achieve the
strength required, and last year's
contributors are not solicited, we
may lose
and welfare agencies may
ed to curtail their services.
"I am calling upon every con
Continued on Paa 3 A
ic fate which confronts thousands
of Jews in tension ridden North
Africa and the grave emergency
in the explosive Middle East ittu-
ation.
Sponsors of the meeting will be
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
all member organizations titillated
vith the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, it has been jointly an-
nounced by CJA chairman Sam J
Heiman and Federation president
Stanley C. Meyers. Joining with
the Combined Jewish Appeal in
sponsorship of the emergent
BCBlbly will be the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami, the
Zionist Council of South Florida
Continued on Paga 7 A
GIN. YIGAL AUON
JOINT NCRAC-SYNAGOGUE REPORT PUBLISHED
Reveal Stand on Religion
In Public Schools System
NEW YORK (JTA)The Synagogue Council of America and the
ro.mdn0Ud0,55l,ncalth National Community Relations Advisory Council jointly announced the
!? agencies may be-fore publication of a compilation of their positions on religion and the pub-
lie school. _
At the same time, they warned Wednesday that unwise or ill-timed
actions in regard to religious intni-*^-
sions on public schools "may inten-
MM! HEARING NOT YET COMPLETELY Off THE BOORS
Kustner Acquitted of Perjury Charges
1 of Isrwi ,)r R,K'",f Kastner. *torm
Bitten h/ """', -"nsi""nal trial last year.
'intonnWl m"-'",ra, here <" e charge of
ac
sify problems without producing
any positive results."
The publication is a codification
of the declarations of principle
and statements of position jointly
adopted by the two bodies over the
past ten years. Opposition is ex-
pressed in the codification to the
hi, r-i'7""n. *"" h,s trial. The charge in
"-Joitehip, with s.S. G
acquitted by a war crimes tribunal.
ho
Wj.v
S.S. General Kurt
*o! &H ,hat I)r Kastner personally
Dr. Ka i r v bohalf and secured his ac-
- ner denied this and was charged
|Btc&cha res,< "< his denial.
"*Ie "ne ot a series made by
Malkiel Gruenwald against Kastner The m.n
cusation by Gruenwald was that Dr. Kastner dm
saved an "elite" of Hungarian Jewry, Including hi-
own f"mily-at the expense of lulling Hungarian
SSK f.,c rsASS&S! thUS ""VBSTJUm. or teaching of a
-Z^XEZitZ'" himselfl-commoncore" of rel.g.ous fah;
Teaching in the public school of
moral and spiritual" values, "ob-
factual" teaching
1Cv'use of public school premises for j
went on trialana was cir.m '""''[nn a(1 ,jnst I religious purposes; religious prac
General, who had brought the *^gfi*ffZ See! or observances, including
Haifa in Trial
Air Raid Drill
TEL AVIV (JTA) Haifa's first
combined air raid drill has been
carried out successfully. The test
included simulated bombing car-
ried out by units of the Israel Air
Force, anti-aircraft battery opera-
tions, and all units of civil defense
fire brigade, first-aid police and
raid wardens. The civil defense
trialand was cleared Israels
Gruenwald. then lodged an appeal,
still pending.
_; units participated in the control of
caused by the
Continued on Paga 7 A
fire-bomb damage
mock attack.


Page 2 A
+Jeisti Fhrkfiari
Schultz to Charge Arab Delegates
With Anti-Semitic Activity in U. S.
Mayor D. Lee Powell of Miami' Henry Edward Schultx, national
Beach will accept the Leonard L. [chairman of the Anti-Defamation
Ahess annual award "for out.-land-(League of B'nai rVnth. will fly to
ing contributions to the improve Miami from New York to address
ment of human relations in Flor-
ida" at a luncheon, Sunday noon,
in the Algiers hotel. Former Mi
the meeting. George Vattaitoff,
Florida chairman i>f the League,
will preside Rabbi l-eon Kronish,
ami Mayor Abe Aronovitz. last ; of Temple Beth Sholom. will con-
year's winner, will make the pres- duct memorial Mrvicet tor Gilbert
entation. J- Balkin. recently deceased Flor-
ida regional director ol the League
Schultz will discus- hi- recent
charge- made in Washington, D.C.
that Arab nation delegate- oper-
ating with diplomatic immunity are
engaged in "an organized and well-
financed conspiracy to stimulate
anti-Semitic feeling.-" in the Unit-
ed States. The New Yorker will
also reveal evidence of anti-Semi-
tism in the Federal security inves-
tigation at Ft. Monmouth.
Election of officers will present
nominees George Talianoff. for
chairman of the Florida board of
the League: Paul Seiderman. chair-
man of the executive committee;
Sam A. Goldstein and Benjamin
Meyers, vice chairmen: Leonard L.
Abess, honorary chairman; and
Milton Friedman, treasurer.
Abe Aronovitz, Mrs. Peter Glaz-
er, George Kronengold, Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, E. Albert Pallot.
President Requests
East, Africa Fund
Continued from Page 1 A
for non-military mutual security
programs which will advance the
cause of free world security and
economic strength."
The President said that "in Asia
and the Middle East, serious risk
of aggression still exists His pro-
gram recommends aggregate mili-
tary assistance of approximately
SI.640.000,000 for countries in
these regions. It was indicated that
Iraq was included.
The sum of S63.000.000 was re-
quested by the President for de-
velopment assistance in 1957 to
countries in the Near East and ,
Africa. Continued support wu rec- ?avi' "f^1"' *" J0*' J"$e
Sam Silver. Sanlord M. Swerdlin
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Professional Teachers,
1651 W. FIAGIIR ST. PH. 9-4033
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2 WILLIAM D. BLESER, D.D.S.
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GENERAL PRACTICE Of DENTISTRY
*f the
CROSSROADS BUILDING
7210 RED ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Hear* f .f sr by onpointosent Teli||#ftt ^
S7H
ommended for the United Nations
Relief and Work- Agency which
provides relief and rehabilitation
to the Arab refugees from Pales-
tine. Carry-over authority was ask-
ed for the estimated unoblif
balance of S45.300.000 in fiscal
: 1996 funds for Palestine Aral'
and Mrs. Flora Supworth. members
di the executive committee,
DER YIDDISHER FORUM
MEETS EVERY SATURDAY
8 P.M., at
KNESETH ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
SATURDAY, MARCH 24th
Guest Speaker
SOL RASKIN
Artist, Painter and Writer
Subject
"THE IMAGINARY TRUTH"
Der Ylddlsher fttrum is w
i-v.iii. re ol the Vnu Committee uf
M lerol
Emanu-EI Plans Two
Student Passover Workshops
Two model Passover sedorim are
planned this year in order to ac-
modats the expanded student
bodj "i the religioui school ol
Temple Emanu-EI, according to
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. who will
direct the activity. Both will be
held this Sunday morning in the
patio ul the Temple building.
The first seder will take place
from 10 to 11 a.m. and will be fol-
lowed by I -eparate and complete
session from 11:30 to 12:30 p.m. i
Passover Primer prepared by,
| Saul Rabin, educational director,'
will be distributed as an aid to;
the Passover Haggadah. PTA room i
mothers will assist in serving Pass-
ever delicacies.
Noted Artist Will
Speak Saturday
Der Yiddi-her Forum will meet
Saturday evening. Mar. 24, at
Kne-eth I-rael Congregation.
Principal speaker will be Saul
Ra-kin. noted artist, whose illu-
strated volumes of "Pirke Avoth,"
the "Haggadah" and numerous
others are internationally known.
Hi- subject at the gathering,
sponsored weekly here by the
(ireater Miami YIVO Committee,
will Ik- "The Imaginary Truth."
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lied Jewish Appeal Totals Here
iudqe $1,225,000 Mark, Report Shows
snn's Hotr-1 riivicinn nml U... a.,__.
Jewisiifk>rldton
P.ge 1 A
:wlinu.d from
in 1955 to give
fr.S^cr.ocorneto
,c or home. Mail in your
,otn;w ,o the Combined Jew-
at
the report
chairman
son's Hotel division and the Apart-
ment House division, directed by
Daniel M. Broad, have nearly 65
|,or who gave i--not p^^ of tnoir quota
Jack Carner, chairman of Winter
Residents, announced that over 66
percent of the quota was in and
collections picking up rapidly.
In less than two weeks of solici-!
tation in the fast-moving area'
campaigns throughout Dade coun-
ty, over 19 percent has already
been collected.
It was announced that Paul Los-
ippeal"
EL di-^closcrt
L hv John Serbin. chairman
[.Vine- and Professions
that 64 percent of their,
had been attained. The,
,nii have passed the 751
I.k according to Serbin. ner. civic worker in Homestead,
LTiinvestments are over'had accepted chairmanship of the
and retail ;drive >n his city. Volunteers m
Homestead are scheduled to hear
an address by Heiman Sunday eve-
ning at the Homestead Jewish Cen-
ter.
Harry Gordon, newly appointed
coordinating chairman of the cam-
paign in Miami, met with a volun-
teer's squad of nearly 200 at Beth
David Congregation Sunday and
distributed worker's kits and as-
signments covering the Southwest
area of the city.
On Sunday, Sam Welssel, chair-
man of the special gifts division in
the Coral Gables area, has invited
community leaders to be his guests
at a parlor meeting in his home,
4620 Granada blvd.
Two of the outlying areas this
week launched their campaigning
in behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Monday evening, Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, of Temple Zion, called
an emergency West Miami meeting.
Pag* 3 A
folk Music Concert Scheduled of Pier Park
Miami Beach Recreation Depart- ternational folk singer, Ben-Zion,
ment will offer a special concert
devoted to folk music of many
lands on Saturday evening at Pier
Park Bandshell.
The concert will feature the in-
who will interpret the folk songs
of Israel, America and Italy. Ac-
companist will be Hy Fried.
Also appearing will be Larry
Blue, accordionist and concert
baritone.
CAMP PINEWOOD
HEN D ERSON V I LLE, N.C.
"percent mark.
j,jnt< have attained 60 per-
U their quota, according to
L invite, group chairman.
th the appointment of Larry
nan. of Bay Harbor, as chair-
fof the Motels division, his
L together with David Levin-
IKlossDead in Iowa;
i Noted Produce Shipper
I has been received here of
of I. L. Klass, of Sioux
la.. early Tuesday morning.
[(wasthe father of Morris
former executive director of
greater Miami Jewish Federa-
nd currently president of the
i'House Cooler Corporation,
I Klass was one of the early
rs in northwest Iowa and was
known in the tri-state area
n, Nebraska and South Dako-
a pioneer shipper in the
I field.
I is survived by his wife. Rose;
Bdition to Morris, two other
Louis, produce broker of
City and president of the
jtrvativc congregation there,
(Marvin, Sioux City attorney
esident of Sioux City Jewish
ation; and one daughter, Mrs.
L Belin, school heard mem-
[Woodbury county.
Model Seder Sunday
Model seder for students at Mia-
mi Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion will be held Sunday morning,
according to an announcement
this week by Bernard Welkind,
principal of the Sunday school.
Junior rabbi Jeffrey Schwadron
will officiate.
Mae Schoenfeld and Irving
Grossman among stars of the
stage hit. "The Wedding
March," at the Roosevelt The-
ater.
New Hit Showing at
Roosevelt Theatre
The new Yiddish -American
smash hit, "The Wedding March,"
featuring music, singing and danc-
ing and "a laff a minute," is now
on the boards at Roosevelt theater,
41st st., Miami Beach.
Written by William Siegel, with
music by Joseph Rumshinsky, "The
Wedding March" stars Irving Ja-
cobson, Diana Goldberg, Mae
Schoenfeld, Irving Grossman, Leon
Liebgold, Lilly Lilliana, Mini Bern
and Moni Serebrov.
With the original New York cast
direct from a record-breaking one-
year run, the plays is a modern-day
tale of a young engineer who falls
in love with a pretty waitress. Her
mother had told her that her fath-
er died when she was a child.
Actually, he's quite alive, having
run off with his singing partner.
From this premise, many compli-
cations arise, which are resolved
with great interest for viewers at
Roosevelt theater.
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Flor.dian at 128 N. E Sixth Straat. Miami *."''":
Entered at aacond-claaa matter July 4. 1US0. at tha Poal
Otfice of Miami, Fla.. under tha Act of March .''
The Jewnh Flondian hai abaorbed tha Jewiah Unity
nd the Jewiah Weekly. Member f tha Jewian '
graphic Aaency, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate. VVono.
wide Newi Service. National Editorial.Aeeocition, m
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
Nisan 11. 5716
Volume 30 nr Number 12
Friday. March 23. 1956__________
During The Week ...
a A
By LIO MINDLIN

or, i
Significance of Passover
Pcssover observance beains Mondav eve-
ning at sundown with the first seder. This is
or.e of the most beautiful festivals in the Jewish
calendar. In addition to incorporating cere-
menial symbols more freely than perhaps any
other holiday throughout the year. Passover
alsc heralds mankind's greatest aspiration
freedom.
Most awe-insniring about Passover is its
antiquity. The Haagadah tells the tale of the
exodus from Egvptian slavery, a period in Jew-
ish history precedina even Israel's acceptance
of the Law through Moses on Mt. Sinai.
Thus, the holiday indentifies us with a Jewry
still fresh in its mystical awarenessalready
cccnjzant of its unigueness as a people but
not yet of its transcendent spiritual future.
The generations of Passovers following this
to the same Egyptif a new Pharoah. When
Israel's most recently acquired freedom will
emerge unchallenged by the peoples of the
worldthat only history can recount.
But the prayer offered up by Jews every-
where will surely implore that it emerge now
and forever.
Crisis is Really Upon Us
Apparently there are still a good number of
people who remain unimpressed with the grav-
ity of the situation in the Near East. They seem
to feel that the crisis has been trumped up as
a means of facilitating aid for Israel by Jews
here and of urging the U.S. Government to
sell Israel fifty million dollars worth of arms.
These people are the victims of earlier forms
of Arab propaganda, which advanced such
views in order to disguise to Arab advantaqe
period are written among the bloody paaes of the true situation in the Near East. They are
human experience, in which the Jews shone unfortunately, unaware that Arab propaaanda
as a beacon ~' ""' :-4:*- -,U:' -----' "*-
of moral integrity and ethical
value even as his neighbors concentrated on
phvsical worldliness.
Perhaps it is this distinction between the
Jew's beliefs and those of his negihbors that
set him apart in their eyes and that solidified
cenluries of Jewish history in a kind of suffer-
ing unparalleled elsewhere. So that for the
Jew, Passover and the story of the exodus as
related in the Haagadah, became a spiritual
haven to be revelled ina method by which,
in his travail, he could reexperience ancient
Israel's joy of deliverance from bondage.
In our own time, the siqnificance of Passovor
was heightened just about eight years aqo,
with the restablishment of the State of Israel
aft^r some two thousand Passovers spent in
exile. But, as before, it is apparently not des-
tined for the Jew to feel comfortable in a
materially-oriented world.
Pressed aaainst the wall of extinction by
hostile neighbors, this doughty little people
once again struagles for survivalfor freedom
and durable deliveranceas it did in the days
told by the Haggadah.
Thus, as Jews throughout the world Monday
evening, for still another time in the passing
generations recount the story of the exodus
from Egypt, they will turn their eyes and hearts
From all over the country come dishearter
in which Jewish communities have been responding tniwi.
bined Appeal campaign. Mere handsful of people the
are showing up for crucial meetings: less than this m****""
support the drives in cities scattered across ,|. naUon"USCUl'
I have an account from an unimpeachable sourr.
Chicago meeting at which Israel's Minister of Lahore u
was principal speaker. In of ft he-record discussion with w i
leaders of her trip to Miami, Mrs. Myerson pre-umahlvUjV-'
and wept uncontrollably. Fact is that she had come to the I 1
with the announced intention of urging the American Jo !"'
nity to consider a $100,000,000 rather than $25,000,000 2
campaign above and beyond the 1956 UJA goal.
Perhaps more than anything else. Miami's cool rew
forced Mrs. Myerson to abandon this hope. But Chicago
was a poor place for Israel's Minister of Labor to complain ab
If the "Sentinel's" report is accurate, some seventy persons
at Chicago's initial gifts functionwith 800 names makraf
original list of invitees.
The simple explanation for all of this is that American
recognize the extent of the current crisis If I were the proofed
I might scold my peoplecall them a replica ol early t2J
tury Carman Jewry, who are willing to stand by and see Israel.
ed even as the German Jews ignored Herzl and his Zionist drea-
But this would be an unrealistic and fruitless approa*!
American Jewish community's failure to see the danger m
integral part of total America's blindness today in the mam j
are guilty of the same inertia that afflicts their neighbors

AMERICANS REFUSE TO RECOGNIZE THE FACTS
Perhaps the most important consideration lor America i
is foreign policy. Since the assumption of power by the
in 1953, our relations with nations abroad have been steadilyi
ing. Even in those areas of the world where our policies
philosophically indefensible, but strategically tenable, we
ground. This has been less the result of moral ascendancy tha]
ministration ineptitude.
Yet, most political observers predict for the Republicans it
in 1956 tha't will parallel in its sweeping magnitude the victory!
Democrats (46 states in 1936) exactly twenty years ago. This(
means that Americans are not at all sensitive to toreign
in a positive sense. In a negative sense, they much prefer (ail
withdrawal from internatal consideration to active particip
world affairs.
In their refusal to see the handwriting on the wallthat I
ernment can not survive in isolationthe people of this nation I
the present Administration's do-nothingism and defeat with i
five view" involving strategic advances to the rear American I
no less culpable than their fellow citizens in supporting this i
(Despite the best advice that could be mustered in 1952.
that a Democratic defeat would be harmful to Israel. Jews i
Republican with the enthusiasm mustered by Talmudic
hair-splitting argument.)
If the political observers are right, and if Americans
continue to be blind to their government's greatest failure'
they've "never had it so good," then the Jewish community I
support an Administration that is rapidly depleting its siren
prestige. Certainly, there Is no excuse for any segment of this l
population to show such unabashed ignorance of the meaning i
national struggle for power. But the Jew has even less ei
while all Americans will ultimately suffer from the presi
ment's mistakes, Jews, classically, will be the first victims.

INTIMIDATION BLUDGEONS US INTO FEARFUL SILENCE
The great tragedy is that we are victims already. There i
Jews among us who will admit to this precept: that Israel's dest
will not, alone, mean the unfortunate and objective failure of an!
ment of great promise but also the first blow directed ajar
Jewish community here. This means that there are few Je
recognize the validity of the following principle: that the
American Jewish community is inseparable from ilie fate oL
Now. I admit that, under ideal condition- such ^a,1j"l
never have existed. Clearly, loyal American- ol Jewish faiu
themselves to be Americans above all; and it would be admirao
this po-sible. But there are tho'se in our government a> wen
among our neighbors who. while looking for us to warier i
gard. contribute to making such belief critical!} improa i
recent Dulles pronunciamento that foreign polio be exciuae*
issue in the coming campaign is an example.
Certainly, Mr. Dulles meant to imply, among other thin*
loyal American will consider his Interest in Israel before
for America. This vicious kind of intimidation aehievea
1) It helped Mr. Dulles set a-ide his personal ineptitude, v
the false proposition that American and Israeli innJresu a
Such confusion of basics, with the object to bull> J *\hoSi
silence and conformity, disguise pivotal question- wc" ;[)f(r'
the hearts of us all. For example: Why does W""?;
and Arab action have assumed a new hn<
one which emphasizes the crisis by threats of
war against Israel and deals ior aid with the
Communist bloc.
Egually unfortunate, many American Ipwr ,
eT'orpT C7ed I' SS^E ZJtt2.t&TSfrni* in A.* p,n^
fh ?P' I, PS ^^ ,QCtS Wil1 SCrVe ,0 86t Bt N*ar KaStt,rn airPrtS rathCr th8n Wan,in* ^Vrnrtiorl
them stra.ght: L^ tnat tms rnrnent will not tolerate **
1.
2.
In succession, Great Britain since World Anu'r,can cit'zens? Why do the Armed Fore- clu**|! \ft
War II has been ousted from Indin Pnl -''viccmen from tours of duty in New '!,rnJZ ^Bl |
the State Department merely "deplore" the !""> ^.^
gainst American firms employing Jewish personne'. pj-J
ceptmg the validity of the boycott and thu>. also. ^ ^
Arabs that Americans of Jewish faith may be dean
3.
4.
said.
from India, Pales-'
tine, Irag. Egypt and now Jordan.
Britain's last remaining toehold in the Near
Last rests in her shaky control ol Cyprus
The arrest last week of Archbishop
Makcmos. Greek Orthodox spiritual leader
and symbol of Cypriote resistance to British
domination, attests to Sir Anthony Eden's
hysterical determination to hold onto
Cyprus at all costs.
With little fanfare, the U.S. Navy's super
STSShw?1 Fuorres,a1',he world s mi est battleship, has set sail for the Medi-
terranean area to join the S.xth Fleet.
As Arab leaders Nasser. Saud and Kuwat-
ey disbanded their "little summit" meet-
mgs at Cairo Mar. 4. they faced a tn?or!g
of approving voices: "Death to Israel." *
We dont believe anything more need be
Hi.1.1 other Americans'.'

NO SAFETY IN AN UNRAVELLING COCOON ,
If Jews here continue in their refusal to aco P KfortK
with profound implications not only for Israeli ,c^",.bad Uith"
as Americanby saying that these exampli difficult8
constitute our governments best way of handling
how will they explain" the following? n ,n sairfj
On Feb. 24. under questioning about I S. "'" 'Xin(.ncan i
ian refusal to admit American Jewish troops '' Re|atia
in Saudi Arabia. Secretary Dulles told a Senate roj g a ^i
mittee hearing that the Saudi Arabians "hau' ^vlti tN
it goes back centuriesa very particular anl""^ d t0 a J**j
because they credited the assassination of Mohi"" |ft us t&\
If we assume Mr. Dulles' ineptitude els'Wh mmedanisn> 1*1
his ignorance of religious philosophythat Mru" wl)Uid r
prophets, Moses, Jesus and Mohammed, and tnai
Continued en tf 7A


March 211956_
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MIAMI
come to Jordan marsh
for foods that are
Kosher for Passover
ippvr's Vassovcr rhorolates
lected Dark Chocolates, 12 oz..............1.55
llectcd Dark Chocolates, 24 oz..............3.00
kdial Cherries, 12 oz......................1.55
kocolalc Matzohs, 12 oz....................1.55
Hzoh Balis. 12 oz.........................1.75
hiit Cocktail, 12 oz........................1.85
m Almonds, 12 oz.......................1.55
^coa Filberts, 12 oz........................1-55
lial Varieties, 12 oz......................1.25
Wed Lentils, 12 oz.....................'-1-25
iri'tfo Poulos glaee fruits ]
jtorted Glace Fruit* 1 lb...................1-85
fsorted Glaee Fruits, 2 lb...................3.49
JI Stuffed Prunes, 1 lb...................!-65
Kfcd Prunes and Apricots, 1 lb.............I-65
[aJnut Topped Dates, 1 lb...................I-10
m Topped Dates, 1 lb....................110
put T,,ppL(i Dates, bulk lb................98c
m Topped Dates, bulk lb................. 98c
p Topped Dates, bulk lb...............98c
pimallow Prunes, bulk lb................lM
^mallow. Apricots, bulk lb..............1-35
Miorowitz-Maraareten Passover products* \
world-famous for Kashruth and Quality
Matzohs, 12 oz. box........................ .39C
Matzohs, 5 lb. box.......................... .1.95
Matzohs Whole Wheat, 12 oz. box............45c
Matzohs Egg, 12 oz. box....................53c
Matzoh Meal, Matzoh Farfcl or Cake Meal, 1 lb. .39c
Potato Pancake Mix, 4 oz..............-..:.. .19c
Sponge Cake Mix, 12 oz..............-----,.-.-. .49c
Knoedlach (Pareve) 6 oz. tin.............-----33c
Potato Starch, 12 oz. pkg.....................29c
Egg Noodles, 8 oz. pkg............-----,.w,... 35c
Barley Noodles, 8 oz. pkg....................35c
Chicken Soup with Matzoh balls, lOVa oz. tin-----29c
Chicken Soup, clear, lO'/a oz. tin..............29c
Soup Nuts, 1 oz. pkg..................-..... -19c
Gefiltcfish, 15 oz. tin.................--------59c
Black Pepper, White Pepper, oz.............15c
Cinnamon, oz......................------.....15c
Ginger, oz...............................= 15c
Paprika, oz...........................-,. .15c
Sour Salt, oz................................ 15c
Tea Bags .............................. -29c
Coffee, 11)....................V.---------* < -119
Honey, 8 oz. jar.......................< < -35c
Honey, 1 lb. jar..............------------.......59c
Strawberry Preserves, 12 oz.................49c
Cherry or Raspberry Preserves, 12 oz. ..-.... .47c
Grape Jam, 12 oz.............................35c
Macaroons, 15 oz. box.......................95c
Chocolate Macaroons, 15 oz. box..............95c
Jordan Marsh, Fine Foods, Street Floor.



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Silver to Report
On Progress of
Yeshiva Schools
Greater Miami Friends of Yeshi-
va University and a committee of
winter visitors to South Florida
Will join Thursday night. Mar. 29,
in a reception for one of the uni-
versity's outstanding trustees,
Charles II. Silver.
Silver, president of the hoard
of education ot New York City.
will arrive in Miami Beach early
Friday lor the Sterling hotel meet-
ing.
Silver, who also i- president of
Beth Israel hospital in New York,
will confer with numerous Yeshiva
leaders in Florida for the Passover
holidays.
A second reception in his honor
i< scheduled for the Waldman
Crown hotel Thursday night, Apr.
5.
I-itlor Etra. brother of Yeshiva
board chairman Max Ktra. and a
loundcr of the Albert Einstein Col-
lege of Medicine, is chairman of
next week's meeting and cocktail
party at the Sterlil
Hyman Kolko and Sol Fur-t. fel-
low members on the board with
Silver, are working on both the
Sterling and Waldman crown com-
mittees. Etra pointed out that both
meetings will be open to the pub-
lic.
Silver will report on Yeshiva'i
rapid academic and physical I \
ion, highlighted b) the an-
nouncement made m Miami !!
last month of new dormitorj con-
struction, accept.,nif ot the Kin-
MCOMl das-, anil an
.[-..toil program oi the Si
College lor Women.
Gov. Collins Opens
Campaign Here
Cov. LeRoy Collins arrives in
Miami tin- week to begin his cam-
. [or reelection in Dade coun-
ty.
County campaign chairman Mai
lory Hortnn Mid that C.ov. Collins
would make several talks before
groups in Miami and Miami Beach.
Bd then ad.Ire- a huge rally of
campaign supporters and follow-
ers Thursday night at Bayfront
Park auditorium.
Since (iov Collins' time for
paigning la very limited due
to the pressing business of the
State, be will not he able to remain
at any one place too long," Horton
explained.
Got Coffins will leave here early
Friday momlng and make brief
-top in Ft. Lauderdale and Weal
Palm Beach before returning to
Tallahassee.
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MacYicar Feted
At'Testimonial
me-300 peop4e^:t4tenoVd a tes-
timonial luncheon Friday honoring
'' unty C ioner I. n Mac-
lh Bisi r.i Terrace ho
tel.
MacYicar was pi a his
services to Dade connt) during the
len years in which he has
d aj i m> commisi
r '
Mi dm both World
Wars, and in- decorations include
the Bronz Star and. the Pistin

eat was c c e.dited with
being "a leader m many civic
'lent-, including Interns-
ral Airport, bade cbiffity audf-
im, Viscaya, Jackson Memorial
hospital, Count) Parks system and
rial highways."
C. V W. T ed a- master
of cremonies.
v
Stanley N. Bookbinder has
been elected a vice president of
the Mercantile National Bank,
oi Miami. Bookbinder has been |
connected with Mercantile Na-'
tional for nearly 20 years, hav-1
ing been an assistant vice
president of the bank since Oc-
tober. 1952.
B'nai B'rith Slates
'Get-Out-Vote' Drive
Edward S. Klein. Miami attorney
and financial secsetarj of Bholem
lodge, B'nai B'rith. ha- been ap-
pointed chairman of the '.'get-out-
the vote'" drive for B'nai B'rith in
this area by the South Florida
B'nai B'rith Council
Klein has announced the ap-
point of Oralrl FT.inklin and Mil-
ton Friedman as members of his
commit t>
Klein Wednesday urged that all
members oi B'nai B'rith vote and
remember the following facts:
Fir.-t Republican and Democratic
primary is May}) "Mav 2f) are run
oil-. General election i- Nov. 6.
In -order so note m either the
primary or the general election.
persons mu-t be regi^terjed voters'
here in Dade county.
To be eligible to register re-i-
dents must have rived in the State
of Florida for one year and in
Dade county for sixth months. A
sworn statement of these facts will
be sufficient proof.
If a resident has already regis-
tered here, but has not voted in
lour years, he- must re-Ye'gisrer.
If residents have moved within
the past yeareven wiOiin the old
precinctthey must re-register.
Shafkin Names
Campaign Officer
At i meeting of his workers
Tuesday evening Louis shafkin.
candidate for constable in District
5. revealed that he had named Max
Bernstein a- hi- campaign treas-
urer.
A long-time resident of Miami
h, Bernstein has been for
associated with the advertis-
ing, publicity and promotion de-
partment- ot Lucky Strike cigar-
ettes.
The tren-urer currently i- finan-
cial secretarj oi the "14" club oi
Miami Beach, and reside- in his
, own home at 6034 Pine Tree dr.
In addressing the meeting of,
worker-, the candidate stressed his
intention ot restoring dignity and
respectabilit) to the office of con-
stable."
Hebrew Academy Students
Sfoge Passover Ploy
I Fourth grade Mudent* of the He-
brew Academy will present a play-
let. "QvonklM ..t Phhrnth'' la
honor ot Passover Friday.
I The playlet Will be given in
Hebrew with brief explanations In
i-h. Author is Rehaven A.li.l.
fourth grade instructor at the
Academy.
'ticipating will be David Az-
rak. Shlomo ('apian. Paul Ciment
Leon Bn, Jacob Farter. Sarah
reigenbaum. Martin Greenberg
,Leon Kassin. Ronald Kat/. Joel
Kornreich. Jerrold Kramer. Bruce
Landesman. Haul Margel. Stephen
.Mechanic. Steven Mirmelli. Joyce
(Name-, Joseph Neustein. Virginia
Pames, Benjamin Stone, Kenneth
Sussman. Howard Wolfe and Ed-
ward Zemel.
Rbbi Alexander S. Grow, prin-
cipal, will introduce the program.
Gold Coast Luxury
Now in Reach of
Every Home Buyer
An incredible stepbringing I
Gold (oast luxury to average
homeownersis Miami Beach's I
newest headline news in the home
field
At a reported price of $20,000.
500 three bedroom, patio homes
are being constructed by the Mint-
7cr family on Parkview Island,
Miami Beach's last remaining trop-
ical i-le situated on Indian Creek
ju-t a yaeht-length off 73rd st.
in the heart of the Cold Coat
The new "island homes." de-
signed hy architects. Leonard H.
Glasser and Robert L. Glasser. coo-J
tain these luxury features: huge \
slidinc glass doors leading into a'
landscaped patio, two baths arul^
downstairs powder room with
built-in lavatory and vanity, master
bedroom with private balcony nioei
closet- with 8-feet high s|j<|jn
doors and central air-conditioning
and northern heating from a sjoisa
leas three-ton Chrysler AirTemp
unit.
The kitchen's free equipment in-
clude- a (IK dishwasher, wall oven.!
birehwood cabinets studded with'
hammered copper and. outside, thej
new concrete Sani-Garb bin. Added i
for the homemaker is a utility
laundry room and rear drying
yard Optional is the built-in ref-
itor.
Constructed in four-home group-
ings, each home runs almost 1.800
square feet. The first floor is a
luxurious expanse of terrawo en-
tered by a front patio and foyer.
Sliding glass doors lead into a fam-
ily patio like a private garden fully-
enclosed by ''breathing" concrete
louvres fur fullest privacy and
ventilation.
Upstairs, floors are fine hard-
wood The three bedrooms each
have three large cloaeta including
Walk-in. Sliding closet door^ are
Novalpy, a leading warp-free door
recently developed.
Although secluded on the water,
Parkview Island i- Just a block
from a school and synagogue, four
blocks to the ocean, two blocks
from the main 71st st. highway
leading to the 73th st. causeway,
and a short walk to Normandy I-ie
Park, golf course, swimming pool
an movie- and restaurant-.
A few weeks ago its uniqueness
inspired the widely known 'Mint/.r
family to acquire the islands !a-t
remaining acreage.
The matters are convinced that
Greater Miami apartment-dwellers
will be their first eager visitors
Spokesmen for the fam.lv this
week said that nc year's Terrt tin
a Miami Beach apartment is almost
enough for the down payment on a
real island home.1 We're arrang.
nig financing so that any average
family can enjoy a stunningly
modem home while their young,
sters are growing up with them."
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin squire*
houseguest Mrs. Michael S.
Wolfson, of Chicago, at annual
Brandeis tea. Chief project of
the women's group is Brandeis
University's growing ^ibrary.
Broward Pledges
$3,000 to Israel
Some $3,000 for assistance to
[srael in her hour of need was
pledged at a rally and concert last
week sponsored by the Broward
Zionist District meeting in Temple
Sinai. Hollywood.
Principal speaker at the rally
was Mortimer May. president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, who declared that the ZOA is
the life-line to Israel's future
security.
Also appearing was Rabbi Irving
Lehrtrran. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. Miami Beach. Rabbi
I-ehrman told the gathering that
Israel Is'a'teatoft of hope and faith
in freedom "not alone to Israelis
but to Jews everywhere."
Chairman was feabbf David
Shapiro, Temple Sinai spiritual
leader, whose message urging
practical assistance brought the
S3.000 pledge.
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EwSro Will
Council.
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its an, .cnp.es in
tc ;' Uir"-aWay
m, the Beach mi.litor.um. is
nil Glasser. communal
L for three consecutive
Kman ol -A Women's
She has functioned in
, two vears as a member
-campaign cabinet and spe-
L as coordinator of special
Lin events.
fist Israel is facing her
^greatest need-because the
\\ for which the Jewish
Uas created is threatened
L the emigration of Jews
fabled lands to Israel must
Wed the Combined
, Appeal is issuing this call
entire Greater Miami com-
rto express their sentiments
moment of historic world
said Heiman, announcing
ke plans tor the Riant rally.
Idliner Gen. Alton, Israel's
Lg 37vear-ol(l 'Liberator of
[gev' who was recently fea- I
|on a much-discussed Edward
aw television program seen
[estimated 40 million viewers,
lake a ipcial flicht from
|M Coast to p;irticipate in
jloriul program and to bring
[-hand account of the crisis
[brad today.
tl-born. a member of the
tt. Allon was a recruit to his
pioneer self-defense vol-
j in his teens. By the age of
hna ali; [adier general in
L army and had achieved
Khe.-t distincti in for leading
lC-Synagogue
teligion Survey
ntinued from Page 1 A
digious observances (Christ-
hanuka. Easter Passover) in
public schools.
prayer reading or recita-
(iible reading, distribution of
or tracts, hymn singing,
hg of clerical garb by teach-
panting of credit for religious
B, taking of religious census
ph holding of public school
in religious buildings; re-
time and dismissed time
f; government aid to relig-
|controlled schools.
rding the closing of public
ion Jewish Huh Holy Days,
aagogue Council and NCRAC
against requesting that
fdnne. noting that it is a de-
I to be made by the school au-
Pes They recommend that it
oppo-eil ii school authori-
CMre '" do so. They insist
pah teachers should not be
Hor absence on such holi-
Appear at Beach Community Rally
a series of victories in Israels War,Is Torah?" by Judith Eisenstein
of Independence in 1948. He com-1 adapted and directed by Cantor
manded the forces which regained | Samuel Kelemer.
Ramie and Lydda, and lifted the
siege of Jerusalem. Later, he led
Page 7 Ik
the troops that swept the Arab in-
vaders from the entire Negev- I r"' Fw, .
the southern half of Israel.
Kelemer.
Featured in this production will
be the Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood choral group of 40 voices and
Irving
Koiunson and Jacob Bornstem In
Also appearing as speaker will dttmttk Poles will be Mrs arry
be Louis Nizer author, lawyer and smith. Mrs. Mae Weinstein Mrs
social welfare loader, who has ad-j Samuel Simonhoff, ndTcWl
dressed many audiences in Mad-.irwi aP,nrc k u .
ison Square Garden in New York : T^^tS^Z
and is particularly noted for h,spn)Rram The producli()n wi
^iUC f i!r"SCUrt SI*** by Sid Casell an3 musical
Nizer is a nationally recognized
author in the field of motion pic-
ture litigation and has written
several books and numerous ar-
ticles in the legal field and has
represented as attorney many out-
standing theatrical, motion pic-
ture and opera stars.
He has for many years been
chairman of the speakers bureau
of the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York and last year
headed the speakers division of the
national UJA.
Repeated by popular demand
will be the colorful cantata, "What
background will be provided by
Hy Fried. Choreography will be
directed by Eugenie Schein. Tech-
nical consultant is Sydney J.
Greenberg, and Mrs. Philip B. Lef-
kowitz will be props supervisor.
Airs. Volpe on Radio
Mrs. Marie Volpe will discuss the
next program of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra, with
John Bitter conducting and Artur
Rubinstein as guest pianist, on her
radio program Saturday, 6:30 p.m.,
over station WKAT.
THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Pago 4 A
be the case were his inflammatory and ill-advised statement before a
Senate hearing accurate. But by far the greatest damage was created
(Nowhere the sinister inuendo that Jews are "equally cupable" in the
"slaying of a Mohammedan religious leader as they were in the "slay-
ing" of a Christian leader.
If this is not rank, gutter-type anti-Semitism, then no such category
of bigotry exists.
But as in case upon case during their tenure. Dulles and his State
Department were not satisfied with one error. Compounding his fault,
the State Secretary several days later changed the Congressional
Recordat the urgent request of his advisorsto read: "a very par-
ticular animosity toward the Jews since the time of Mohammed."
Explaining his deletion of the clause pertaining to Mohammed's as-
sassination, for which he made way at the hearing by remarking. "I
will ask leave" to correct the record in that respect later on if it proves
I made a mistake," Mr. Dulles said that a settlement of the Israel-Arab
controversy was extremely difficult to negotiate because of the "bar-
gaining proclivities of both sides."
In addition to the classical anti-Semitic allusion to Jews as "killers"
of Jesusand the manufacture of his own history pertaining to the
Jewish assassination of MohammedMr. Dulles aired another char-
acteristic anti-Semitic attitude, the alleged Jewish tallent for bar-
gaining.
Despite all of this, Jews are aware of no crisis constituting a threat
to Israel and a challenge to themselves as Americans. The big givers
to the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, giving little with char-
acteristic bravado to hide their embarrassment, feel safe in their un-
ravelling cocoons.


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23,
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\a0jofSHomiL
jreparing
(he Home
,r Pesach
L hhu-inz material u-as pre- '
li.', of Barimi s Bonbonniere
CwlChocoU. Shop* a
r.a reminder to /eiinsh
! on the traditional prepa-
for Putovtr- Editors.)
j< only one general rule
mBg the preparation of the
for Passover. That rule pro-
,tb* possession or the seeing
r own chometz (leavened ma-
. during Passover. Chometz
_ io wheat, hops. rye. barley,
L) their products. rain aleo-
live vinegar, anything con-
* flour, bean*, corn, dried
(unless specifically certified
me), or anything oth-
i prohibited by rabbinic de-
[for Passover use. All cho-
liuht be cleaned out: the ways
mm of cleaning it out vary.
Ingsny and all meana at your
wping. washing, scrub-
|ncuuminc> >"" should clean
Ugh!v every place room,
fcjttic. cellar to which
[the (lightest speck of cho-
(tould possibly have found its
]Even the pockets of clothes
I during the year should be
i out to eliminate any way-
crumbs. If there are chil-
[in your home, you must be
ally careful to clean wherev-
ley might have carried cho-
I while eating.
I KITCHEN
k;tchen, of course, poses
I problems, since so much
rtz is present there through-
le year. Floors and walls
chometz may have splat-
l should be thoroughly scrub-
Iwith hot water. The refriger-
[should also be washed thor-
U*. preferably with hot water.
pig hot water should be pour-
Wer tabletops and sink and
j surface areas; even so, brand
[paper, cardboard, asbestos or
fl sheeting should be spread
! these areas before Passover
or utensils are put down
i burners and ^ratings must
id until glowing; also, new
tos or metal guards should
uwd over the burners as an
([Precaution. If the baking or
m compartments are needed
pwover use, these too must
' until glowing. If the walls
baking compartment are
J*J a rabbinic authority
I" be consulted. Cupboards
P"b7 shelves should be clean-
T**wighly with scalding hot
F Md then lined with new
t Paper.
*>NG OF CHOMETZ
,ags ,hat "e or contain cho-
L^t be disposed of. (If you
s* Hewislt FKciridllaun
Miami. Florida, Friday, March 23, 1956
Section B
The traditional way to make a Seder
1
CANDIIS arc
lighted by the
mother of lh
house l u.hrr in
ihr festival of Pal-
aver. The heaedic-
lion which the pro-
nounce* over the
candle* give* a re*
lixtou* meuinf io
this umplc act. An
abundance of light
tymboliir* joy and
festivity, and the
oft candle-glow
add* an aura of
pirilualily to the
Seder table.

2
A CUP OP WIN!
' placed at each
table telling. The
nctificalion of
the Holiday U pro-
nounced over the
first cup. Three ad-
ditioaal cup* ara
drunk during tha
course of the
Se.Vr, making a
total of four, to
symbolize the four
expression* of the
Lord'* promiv to
redeem the chil-
dren of Urael and
deliver them from
Imndagr.
3
THI HAOOADAH
< literally "the telU
ing") contain* the
complete Seder
< rremonie* in their
prescribed order
(seder I. The firt
part ol the book,
concerned mainly
with the tory of
the Jew** deliver'
nee from Egypt,
read l>efore the
meal. After dinner
follow* the second
portion con*i*ting
of prayer* of praise
and thank* to the
Almighty.
4
MATZOH repre.
seal* the "bread of
affliction" eaten by
the Jews in Egypt,
and also the bread
that had to be baked
during their hasty
flight when there
wa* no time for
leaveniag. Three
maltol are placed
in the Seder tray.
Half the middle
maizoh, saved for
the Ajikomon lde-
ert). i* playfully
"stolen" by a child
and rantomed for a
prize.
J
5
THI Z'tOAH,
a roasted shank
bone, i* placed on
the Seder tray. It
represents the an-
cient sacrifice of
the Paschal lamb
(fesarh) which
had to be eaten
rosulrd. Pesach, the
Hebrew name for
Pastover, alto re.
fer* to the Lord's
pa**ing over fpos-
mch) the Jewith
homes during the,
plague visited upon
the Egyptian first-
born.
i
*"1
-.

6
THI IIITZAH,
roasted egg
placed left of the
Z'roah, symbolises
the required offer-
ing brought an all
festivals ia the
Temple. The egg.
while not itself sac-
rificed, it used ia
the Seder a* it is
the Jewish symbol
I mourning (ia
thi* cast for the
Was of the Temple
where the aac*
r if icet were
brought*.
7
*THI MAIOft
or "hitter herbs"
I usually horserad-
ish) is placed ia
the middle of the
tray and symbol-
ise* the Jews' bit-
ter suffering under
I he Egyptian yoke.
Directly below ia
the Chaiereth, an-
other piece of bit-
ter herb*, coat*
memorating the
custom of ealing
Maror sandwiched
between I wo pieces
of AfeUoA.
8
THI CHAIOSIT,
placed beneath the
Z'roth, ia a mii-
tare of chopped
apple, nut*, cinna-
mon, and wine de-
signed to look like
the mortar onod by
the Jews ia build-
ing ike palaces and
pyramids of Egypt
during centuries of
forced labor. Be-
fore the Afarar ia
eaten, it fa dipped
into tha CkmtH.
9
.-i
THI KAIPAS,
a piece of paraley
or lettuce placed to,
the left of the
Charoitt. symbol-
ic* the meager
diet of the Jews in
Egyptian bondage.
It is dipped into
alt water ia re-
membrance of the
tears they shed in
their misery. The
Karpas also signi-
fies Springtime,
the season of Pass-
over.
10
THI CUP OP ILL
JAH, filled with
wine, it kept oa
the table through-
out the Seder ia'
.the hope that the
Prophet Elijah
may appear as a
messenger of the
Almighty and an-
nounce the coming
of the Messiah.
Thus, in the mid*t
of their memories
of the past, the
Jews look forward
to the day of uni-
versal peace, lave,
and brotherhood.
PUIUJMH) Al A MBVICl TO OUt IIAMM WITH PWajlatlOH Of lARTOfrt CONTININTAl CMOCOUTI IHOPf. !
(The Jewish Floridian has arranged for ft. readers to secure, without charge, reprints of "The traditional an to male a Seder" printed on fine grade
r. For free copies, write to Bartons. 80 DeKalb air., Brooklyn I, NT., and mention the name of this publication. State the quantity required)
paper
are In doubt whether something
is or contains chometz, consult
your rabbi.) Chometz can be dis-
posed of by burning or throwing
into a place where it will certainly
be destroyed; or it can be brought
to the attention of your rabbi, who I premises of your home, they must
can arrange to have this material j be put away in such a place and
kept in your house according to with such safeguards as will assure
Jewish law, by means of "selling"
it. Since the items so arranged
for by the rabbi do not leave the
their being kept out of use and
sight during all of Passover. Such
items of chometz, from kitchen
cabinets, medicine chests, work-
shop drawers, toy chests, or wher-
ever else they may be, should be
put away, closed off and access
Continued on Pago 12 I
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Frida
V. March
Voices of the Ancients Ask Modern Passover Questions
By SAUL CARSON
Neither -hall they learn war
anymore."
And the mingled voices, now
.inru,n| ,,,. m tho three, repeated the phrase. And
night
At how mam Pasover sliceshad hejrdlnttj^ ^^^
one heard "Dayenu" Ming to grat- ONI an u.,i:irv t a new-------------------------
It was on a nigh., a night of llmk, (;()(, idnd and good and when tto ,.i.n. '"' f-inH1!
.... whin voice., were heard |(M as, Thu done no more th.m !n -late, ju-l a.lmn n^J | fj-I J
All .vet the world, on tin- night, liberate us trom Egypl sufficient ,..,. ilip the faaaili <" nM,0"||
beiet^ath boardJuntotfs woujtf have been that bo *bhtd tha peoples of the.
I in an ancient retell ,,, Tlimi h:i>, ,<,,. so mifch more rf Jn ||u, phr;lsin,j 0( another
.f an old narrative, a tale beau- more_um| [reaeh of theeegife* lllr Ul,,.,u | [aaiak.
again Ihej
still onee
"-''atmn. in choru,!*
Dayenu, <>nu.
Pke the .
*ter
Dayenu."
mre- And
tiful in its simplicity, a narrative
i | a title that was itself ,),.,, would haw been
the height oi dignity"Haggadah," "Dayenu."
The H told ot a people
in b.' nd oi their liberation,
[( Id oi Miracle- and of WOtitiers.
It t< Id Ol God who had been g.....I
to His people And the men at the
i, -i vc boards intoned their grate-
fulnt --. "Hast Thou done for us
only thi- and moreit would have
been sufficient unto us." "Payenu,"
suficient unto us.
And it was on this night when
voices were heard toohere at the
... uv ,hank Thee became Prophet, in the WOds oi tatoh
uliic.ent An,|,he-euere the words .nnn
Hebrew thai the voice- now spoke:
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen
But now. here. "DayeniT WM
being addteased to ONU, the Or
ganisatsefl of Nation- United. The
voices were two. And each spoke
for I.-rael. One spoke:
Hast thou only given Ul world
recognition by admitting us to
membership, ONU-Payenu."
But a voice answered: "Hast
thou only supported us in your
Nation shall not lift up
swords against nation
I halls and counsils. instead of acting
head [uarters of the I nited Na- |v as if vou VV(,ri, M,rrv
ttons, (he hope called by such large "j1^ hp]nod at thc ^M-
sections oi the world "O.N.l1.
Organization ol Nations United.
One li-tened to the voices, and
one heard a cadence recurring. It
was one word from an old-old
ing The word was "Payenu."
One recalled that beautiful word.
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that you had helped at the begin-
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trace of bitterness in this voice.
Came the first voice: "Hast thou
only stopped the letting of blood
by bringing about cease-fire and
armistice Payenu, ONU."
Retorted the other: "Hast thou
. -topped condemning us and cen-ur-
ing whenever we defended our-
-ehe- agataet murder, sabotage
and pilferage Dayenu."
Hast thou not given us this
world forum where we can at least
explain to the world. Payenu. And
ha-t thou not done aughl el-e than
issue the Universal Declaration of
Human Right! or give aid through
your Specialized Agencies, Dayenu.
And hast thou not given birth to
the World Health organization"',
Payenu." interjected the other.
"For your refusal to listen on
Kibya"
Persisted the first: W HO. and
Technical Assistance, and UN1CEF
Dayenu.
And the voice of doom intoned: j Stacked in stainless steel bas-
(en-ure. condemnation-Dayenu. ^ of Manischewitz Ge-
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Davenu. Lake Tiberias, Payenu. .. ,' ...
3ut man, -wondrous miracles 'j-P '" th.e production ol this]
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even for us. Hast thou only exist
ed. M that ultimately wc may hear
approbationDayenu."

Far into the night, the night of
the wondrous retelling, the voices
vied. Both were the authentic
voices of Israel. One grateful, the!
other defiant. One tolerant, the
other skeptical. One expressing
faith, the other sadly recounting
grievances.
And then a further miracle oc-
curred In unison the voice- -poke
on the -troke of midnight. At thc
moment when in counties- home*
around the world the doors were
flung wide open for Elijah the
Prophet to come drink Irom the
goblet filled lor him '
One heard the steps of the
Prophet Elijah, His voice now
joined the two. One heard the
mingling of his voice with theirs.
And together they spoke words
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flew Pesach Recipe for Your Family
By LEAH LEONARD
^e-s a ciP for Pot Roast
,, really >.-por and will thrill
family d"rinS i'^"veT- U
ncr. of 1001 SW 2d ave., Miami, to
whom we send our hushei of
thanks. So will you when you've
tried it. Simply make certain that
all condiments and oil are Kosher
nUS from Mrs Esher Fin- for Pesach prodn.
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Pot Roast Deluxe
3 to 8*4 lbs. honed beef
(shoulder or brisket)
2 tablespoons schmaltz or salad
oil
2 large onion-., diced
2 carroti, diced
2 ribs of celery, cut fine, leaves
included
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1 cup red wine, your favorite
brand
' cup soup stock or hot water,
if necessary
2 cloves, 2 bay leaves, o pepper-
corns
1 clove garlic, mashed (or ''4
teaspoon garlic powder)
at pot in w-.ich roast is 10 ye
cooked and sear the meat or all
sides till nicely'browned. If meat
is trimmed of fat, sear in melted
shortening, schmaltz or oil. Lift
meat out and add the prepared
vegetables. Saute for 5 to 8 min
uites, BtirriAg during the proce^.
till the onions are lightly browned.
Add the wine and seasonings, cover
Continued on Page 12 B
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j?aY. March 23,
Dr. A. Malkiel, principal of Mizrachi Wom-
en's village, greets Motbaynor Baynessan
and Zemena Berhanu, two members of the
contingent believed to be the first of the
"Lost Tribes" to return to Israel in two
thousand years. For them, it is a signifi-
cant return, coming on the occasion of
Passover.
Burial Place of Maimonides Waxes Into a Rabid Dispute
By BERL CORALNIK
Religious forces, Israeli archae-
ologists and the government Tour-
ist Department have become
involved in a longwinded dispute
over the burial place of Maimon-
ides. famed Jewish philosopher,
scholar and medical scientist, in
Tiberias, and the conflict may yet
end up in the hands of the United
Nations.
The basis for the conflict was
laid when the Touri>t Department
ested that the site of the Ram-
bam's grave be cleared from the
other graves .surrounding it. in or-1
der to enable tourists to visit the I
shrine more easily. Archaeologists
agreed to transfer the other re-
mains, and declared that the oth-
ers buried in the area were Ro-
mans, since the coffins in which
they were buried carried Roman
insignia. Accordingly, the work,
began.
At that point, a number of im-
portant rabbis demanded that the
work be brought to a halt, claim-
ing that .lewsand even Mgts
buried in the Roman coffins.
They explained that such burial
common practice at the tune
These rabbis, headed bj TH Avi\ -
ardic Chiei Rabbi Yitzhak
Toledano. who i> a native
that when the San-
ibbisand
I (piFs were tinned on the western
Tiberias mountains
ed that a
well-known Arab scholar, who was
' temi rarj ol the Romans, had
lefl rd to the effect that
-Mail sked to be buried
it Jewish leadei it
for this reason, the i
i th..t In- remains were taken
i be but ied there In
Archaeologists
te Hebrew i fniversity continu-
i maintain that the eoifins are
those '.t .lew-, but tin
to halt the work temporarily.
this juncture, religion- lealots
from Jerusalem member- bl the
extremist ultra-Orthodox Neturel
Karta Beetdispastched ip
delegation to Tiberias The Neturie
Karta delegation now stands guard
at the burial ait*, affectively pre-
venting the continuation of the
work of excavation. The zealot
p-OUp has even claimed that it Will
approach United Nations truce of-
ficials since the matter mvohe-
the safety of a Holy Place.'"
Deputy Minister for Religion ]
Zorach Warhaftig tojd a Knesset
committee that the thief Rabbi-
nate has decided that the work at'
clearing the tomb area is not a
Jewish remains there.''
An ancient dispute touched off
a heated argument in the Knesset,
carrying with it a hint that unless j
a new way out is found, the whole i
question of rabbinical control of
marriage in Israel may. be. reiiiew-
ed. The disputeas to whether
members of the Karaite sect may
marry Jewswas raised when a
rabbi refused to grant a license for
such a wedding recently. The Kara-
ite- are a Jewish sect which rejects
the entire rabbinical tradition, in-
cluding the Talmud and later lit-
erature, ajyl claims to base its
practices strict!) on Holy Writ.
The question arose in the Knes-
set when a Mapam deputy. Ama
Talmi, demanded a parliamentary
discussion *d decision on the!
problem. Replying to the question,]
Rabbi S Warhaftig. Deputy Minis-
. Religious Affairs, expburaM
the difference*. between Kprj
and .lews and outlined lonu-tand-'
ing disputes as to whether Karaites
were -till to Im' considered as Jews.
He reminded the Knesset that the
Karaites had originally taken the
initiative in banning such inter-
marriages. Rabbi Warhaftig also
maintained that the rabbi's denial
of a marriage permit was based
solely on long standing procedure
Continued on Pag* 15 B
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jr. Moses L. Isaacs, Professor of Chemistry at Stem College
Ifor Women, Yeshiva University, explains spectrum analysis
i Rath Solomon of Philadelphia. Elayne Morris of Pittsburgh,
nd Iolet Shapiro, Milwaukee. Stem College, the first liberal
i college for women in the United States under Jewish aus-
i, was founded in 1954 through an initial grant of $500,000
r Max Stern, prominent communal leaflet and vice chairman
[the university's board of trustees.
universities during the period im-
mediately following World War V
He had some strong feelings in
the matter because of the growing
.young people soek-.ng entry to the
institutions of higher learning.
The idea of a Jewish-sponsored
university, however, had long been
m the minds of other American-
Jewish leaders. Dr. Israel Gold-
stein, a leading New York rabbi
and former president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, had
been, advocating the creation of
such an institution for many years.
One of the strong arguments in fa-
vor of a Jewish-sponsored univer-
sity was the fact that every de-
nomination in the country had es-
tablished colleges and universities
beginning even before the estab-
lishment of the United States. Dur-
ing the Colonial period a number
of the denominational groups had
already set up Harvard, Yale. Wil-
liam and Mary and other institu-
tions, primarily as theological
schools. Later, they developed in-
Continued on Page 10 B
By HARRY CUSHING
Tor the second time a leading
tsb crtuen has taken over as
lent of a major American
d. George Alpert, who is the
r" of Brandeis University
lone cf Boston's leading philan-
pi-t.>. is rounding out his first
ntb v president of the New
J$ew Haven and Hartford
Some time ago, A. E.
became the first Jew to
a major American railroad,
he became president of the
York Central Railroad.
fe Alpert. nationally known
his many philanthropic activi-
i it the Jewish community, is a
live of Boston and the Sea of
Kb immigrant parents who
from Poland. He is proud
[the fact that he had pulled
elf up by his own bootstraps.
[product of the Boston public
1 syrtem. he received his law
in 1918, magna cum laude,
the Boston University Law
cL Three years ago, Brandeis
twity, which he helped found.
awarded him its first honorary
LL.D. degree.
The many and varied activities
of George Alpert indicate that he
is a devotee of the rabbinic .dic-
tum that the world is based on
three principles, namely educa-
tion, service and the practice of
kindly deeds.
As a trustee of Temple Ohabei
Shalom, Brookline, one of the lead-
ing Reform congregations of the
country. Mr. Alpert has firm faith
m the heritage of his fathers. He
still recalls the devout home of
his parents and feels (hat the faith
of,his ancestors is the Chart and
the compass for the spiritual sur-
vival of the Jewish people.
As a devotee of education, Mr.
Alpert serves on the board of
trustees of the Hebrew Teachers
College, 'Boston. It is hit profound
interest in education which in-
spired in him ten years ago the
need for the establishment of a
Jewish-sponsored university. He
was concerned about the general
overcrowding of the colleges and
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Cabbala Shows Great Historic Happenings Around Corner
By SHLOMO DOV LONDON
Years of study into the mystic
writings of the Cabbala. Talmud
nd Mldrashim have convinced me
that the beginning of the long-
awaited redemption of Israel will
take place in 19G8 following a
decade of strife and wars such as
the world has never witnessed be-
fore. This pha>o of the Messianic
period i- known cabbalistically as
the time of the Footsteps or Birth-
pangs of the Messiah.
I base my conclusions on mathe-
i :\ calculations arrived at by
lent prophets and cabbal-
but more particularly on the
arches Oi the renowned Don
Abarbanel (14371508) who
oedicated three of his thirteen
- to the specific problem of
Is tinal redemption.
.Ml our sages, Goanim and Cab-
balists, in calculating the period of
"the end of day*.-- pointed to an
k b we are living in today.
The mosl striking conclusion
which all 01 them had come to was
that belore we could expect the
linal redemption. Jews from dif-
ferent parts of the world had to
return to the ancient homeland
They cited Ezekiel 36:8: "But ye
u mountains "i brad, ye shall
shool lorth your branches, and
yield your fruit for My people
] the) are at hand to
e with this comment "There
- no clearer indication ol the Mes
than this, namely, that.'
mountains c>t Israel will
: :ng fruit, redemption ;
i round the corner."
But the Zoluir. -ource of the
.:la. in determminu the "Em
bath of the World.'" pointed
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1968. as the time of the actual]_____Continue on P^'!
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1956
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Page 7B
dangerously exposed and moved
the seat of government back to the
Delta. His son an/1 successor.
Harnesses 11, pursued the campaign
against the 'Asiatics" with relent-
Irss lury.
These developments naturally
brought the nearby Hebrew colony
strongly into the limelight. Rames.-
ses came to regard U as a potential
"fifth column" made up of men
who were in fact kinsmen of the
very foes whom he and his lathe*
had been fighting and who might
any day ally themselves with them
Continued on Pag* 15 B





"aided more than 30.000 men, women
j children, including a 20-year-old ampu-
, from Italy (left) now working as a paint
kaver in the Malben sheltered workshop
[Mahane Yisrael; a Viennese widow sui-
fering from a heart condition (center) whose
reunion with her daughters was made pos-
sible through Malben hospitals; and a Yem-
enite Jew, one of 1,500 men and women
over 60, who are living in the Malben vil-
lage for the aged at Shaar Menashe.
Ml Exodus Harks Back to Seventeenth Century BCE
biTHEODORE H. GASTER
in the light of what is
_m as Ancient Near East-
fdory, the Biblical account of
Ixodus from Egypt takes us
the troubled days of the
[seventeenth century, B.C.E.,
horde* of Indo Aryan in-
; were sweeping across Asia
and Syria, carrying all be-
en),
ky of the inhabitants of these
[especially such ;i- had been
jent aliens, took up their
gt and fled; until prcs-
L?ast conglomerate army of
persons and refugees
i he found making their way
through Canaan to the
! the Nile,
had fallen, at the time,
break hands The administra-
iisjeeble and metfective, and
pcmiaj rua-se- planned to
MBfge of this situation.
not long before their
was fulfilled. In short or-
ithej succeeded in gaining
pi Ufc' country, and soon
:y of kin^sknown to
Kians as the Hyskos, or
Chiefswere reigning in
f capiraJ established at A varis
! Nile Delta.
political constellation
especially propitious to a
persons known as the
goal of the Hebrew immi-
however. was not Egypt
|r. but the Land of Goshen
o* valley, now known as
ilat. which lies on the
border of that country and
for some thirty to forty
from the Nile Delta to the
lof Lake Tims;,!,. In (r,c Suez
."ne. Goshen had been a
Ponal Pfetureland for neigh-
! Asiatic bedouins, and here.
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well. Then the wheel of fortune Syria.
turned. Led by two spirited
princes, the Egyptians arose
The Egyptian Pharaoh Seti I de-
cided that his eastern frontier was
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vjewitti ncrkHan
Benjamin Franklin and His Relation to the Revolution'sJews
As the whole world recently
celebrated the 250th anniversary
of the birth of Benjamin Franklin,
the American Jewish Archives dis-
closed some important facts about
his relations with 18th century j
Jews.
In 1778, Franklin best expressed
his friendly attitude by being one
f the first to contribute the itdy |
sum of five pounds to Philadel-
phia's historic synagogue of the
Revolution. -Mikveh Israel. The
congregation was at that time in
financial straits, and the name of
Benjamin Franklin headed a list
of many distinguished non-Jew i-h
contributors who expressed the
spirit of the new democracy by
helping their fellow men. This
document is preserved and treas-
ured t" thi> very day by Congrega-
tion Mikveh Israel.
Franklin's interest in Jews i-
first reflected in the following ob-j
servation taken from an article;
which he wrote in 1730 for bis
newspaper. "The Pennsylvania
Gazette." The Jews were acquaint- !
ed with several ;ui> and sciencesI
long before the Romans became a
people or the Greeks were known
among the nation.- "
Throughout the year-, at editor,
publisher, scientist and merchant.
Franklin constantly maintained his
Jewish associations. His sympa-
thetic account of the death oi
Nathan Levy in 1753. with whom,
he did business tor fifteen years,
IS the first Jewish obituary pub-
lished in his press it was Levy's
ship, the "Myrtilla." which brought
the Liberty Bell to I'h.ladelphia.
Franklin's duties .. an American
'I'-man kept him abroad lor
many years In England, be \.
the Jewish scientist. Emanuel
Mem a member ol the
i ai Society, In order to discuss
mutual scientific interests.
Dewey D. Stone (right) presents citation to M. Claude Bern-
heim. representative of Pierre Mendes-France. Citation of
Honorary Fellowship in the Weizmann Institute of Science
was presented at the 12th annual dinner of the Institute at
Waldorf Astora hotel in New York City.
hail fought with valor in the siege
Oi Charleston and Savannah and
later became President of Congre
gation Mikveh Israel.
A year later Franklin signed a
tionist Society, one of the many
institutions founded by Franklin.
was reorganized. Many of the Jews
of Philadelphia who had tome in
contact with Franklin, among them.
Benjamin Nones, Jonas Phillips.
TO ALL
peddler's license for Solomon
Raphael, thus helping a poor Jew-1 and Solomon Bush, joined this hu
ish immigrant to obtain a foothold | manitarian institution dedicated to
While in France, from his press "> a free world It was also in that jthc abolition of slavery,
at Pasty, he issued special bills Oi >'ar ,n;'' the Pennsylvania Aboli-i Because he was a skillful lobby-
exchange and promissory notes for i ______
the Continental Loan Office in -------------------------------------------------
Pennsylvania One of these prom-
jssory notes, for four hundred dol-
lars, dated December 14. 178u.
made payable to Haym Salomon,
and signed by Francis Hopkinson.
a signer of the Declaration ol In.
dependence, inaicates tne begin-
nings of Haym Salomon's activities
in behalf of the American Govern-
ment.
In 1786. Franklin was associated
in a land transaction with Benja
mm Nones of Philadelphia, Nones
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ist. Franklin was employed to rep-
resent the Indiana Company in
London. That organization, created
to develop the land- west of the
Alcghenies, numbered seven Jews
among its twenty-one directors.
When the interested parties met at
the Crown and Anchor Tavern in
London in 1789, Franklin was
joined by Barnard Grata, a fellow
Philadelphian, in pleading the
cause of western land development
before English authorities. Barnard
(iratz was an outstanding stock-
holder, and later secretary of the
Indiana Company.
Franklin manifested a close per-
sonal interest in the work of Major
David Salisbury Franks, a Philadel-
phia-born Jew, who fought in many
of the major campaigns of the
American Revolution. That inter-
est is expressed in the only letter
to Major Franks which has sur-
vived in Franklin's correspondence
The American Jewish Archives
...-. moled these facts about Frank-
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gathering and preserving manu-
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-JeHlstrhrkHan
Page 9B
If
O
tar-
Jans who attended a nationwide con-
nce in Wasshington. D.C., recently to"
ussthe critical situation in the Near East
[shown with top government leaders dur-
iiheir deliberations. Left to right are Rob-
INathan, economist, of Washington; Mrs.
iGlasser, Miami Beach, member of the
lie affairs committee of the American
Council; Rep. Charles E. Bennett, of
Jacksonville; Maurice Survis, Miami Beach,
chairman of the Zionist Council of South
Florida; Rep. and Mrs. William C. Cramer,
St. Petersburg, Fla. Other members of the
House of Representatives who attended the
emergency conference and consulted with
Florida leaders included Rep. Dante Fascell,
Miami; Rep. A. H. Herlong, Leesburg; and
Rep. James S. Haley, Sarasota.
it 17 Organizations Heard at an Emergency Conference
ring to Israel's requests for
|from the United States and I
*r Western Powers, Abba
Jsaid that "we dare not be-
|that our requests for this
fite reinforcement will be
hout early response. We
\ allow ourselves to conceive
[here are friendly govern.
I which positively desire Is-
i lie, naked and exposed, at
(wry of its adversaries, with
!vival hanginK on the dubious
of the Egyptian dictators
nsion."
| made this remark at the
; 17-Jewish organization con-
on the Middle East in
Dfton, D.C.
I Israel envoy said the West
[do much to dispel war dan-
I proclaiming, in contractual
its determination to resist
ungeof the existing borders
ssing the conference at its
session. Alabama Senator
Sparkman warned against Soviet
penetration of the Middle East as
detrimental to Amercan interests,
world peace, and Israel's immedi-
ate survival. He condemned
Egypt's Communist arms deal, say-
ing that Egypt "apparently opposes
our efforts to organize the free
world defense in that area."
An unexpectedly large number
of Congressmen attended a recep-
tion and dinner tendered by the
conference of Jewish organizations.
So many members of the House at-
tended that it was not possible to
record their names.
Sen. Walter F. George, chair-
man of the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, was in attend-
ance. Other Senators who came
included Pat. McNapara, Democrat,
Mich.; Richard L. Neuberger, Dem-
ocrat, Oregon; Thomas H. Kuchel,
Republican, Calif.; William A.
Purtell, Republican, Conn.; Roman
L. Hruska, Republican, Nebraska;
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Hubert H. Humphrey, Democrat,
Minn.; John J. Sparkman, Demo-
crat, Alabama; and James H. Duff,
Republican, Pennsylvania.
Later in the week. President
Eisenhower told a press confer-
ence that the United Slates does
not look on the Middle Eastern
situation with any great equanimi-
ty. Commenting on tension in that
region after the Geneva confer-
ence, he expressed concern, indi-
cating he was referring to Israel
and the Arab states.
The President expressed the
view that only through-friendship
with each other would the Middle
East states achieve peace and prog-
ress. Mr. Eisenhower said earnest
thought and study went on all the
time on the Middle East situation.
Meanwhile, U.S. arms for Israel
and reaffirmation of the Tripartite
Pact of 1950 were urged by a study
mission of three members of the
House Committee on Foreign Af- i
fairs in a report to CoOgMM
Chairman Edna F. Kelly of New :
[York, Thomas J. Dodd of Connecti-
cut, and Wayne L. Hays of Ohio
all Democrats, suggested that the
U.S. make available defensive arms
for Israel to protect herself against
the "offensive weapons" being sold
at "ridiculously low prices" by the
USSR to Egypt. The group said
the Communists were stirring up
and encouraging the idea of de-
stroying Israel."
The Representatives noted that
if the knowledge of the Soviet-
Egyptian arms deal had been
brought to the attention of Con-
gress during consideration of the
Foreign Aid bill, "action could
have been taken to warn against
the consummation of this deal."
The group revealed that "rumors"
of the arms arrangement were re-
ceived by the Department of State
in late June or early July, but no
report was given to Foreign Af-
fairs Committee during the lu-t
session of Congress.
The American Council for Juda-
ism urged Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles to ignore the confer-
ence. The delegation met with Mr.
Dulles for 49 minutes and later tlie
group spent time in trie office of
the Near Eastern Division of the
State Department.
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Noted Jew Rises toTresidenc* of a New fngiand Railroad
Continued from Page 5 B
to secular institutions of higher
study.
The Jews wore the only group
which had not made this type of
cultural contribution to the nation
until the establishment oi Bran
dels University. Mr. Alpert had
the same --tronn feelings in ihe
matter as Dr. Israel Goldstein and
it was inevitable that these two
leaders in American Jewish life
should get together It became
known that Middlesex College at
Waltham, Mass.. which possessed
one of the finest campus area- in
New England, was having difficul-.
ties. It became known through Dr.
Joseph Cheskas, a dean at Middle-
sex, that the difficulties were so
serious that the college would be
forced to close down. George Al-
pert came to the fore and began
the task of interesting individual
American Jews in taking over Mid- The 200th Founder of Albert Einstein College of Medicine of
dlcsex as a Jewish sponsored uni- Yeshiva University, Samuel S. LunenJeld (center), noted
verMty Toronto industrialist, is seen receiving his Founder's Plaque
in V7nTereL1T1theX,epnroS ^ George Frankel (left), college overseer, and Nathaniel
It was decided to name the pro- L. Goldstein, chairman of board of overseers. The College
posed university in memory of the 0f Medicine, a non-sectarian teaching institution, is the first
oi the institution's new board of Jewish auspices. Lunenfeld is vice president of Mount Sinai
governors and Mr. Alpert accepted j hospital in Toronto. He also serves on national boards or
executive committees of Zionist Organisation oi America.
Canadian Jewish Congress, Hebrew University and Toronto
Welfare Fund.
PASSOVEft GREETINGS TO
..
Surfside Gulf Service Station
9401 HARDING AVENUE
Phone UN 6-2324
FRANK AYLOR
MR. and MRS. HENRY M. CA
Son. Fred, and Daughters Rene and Candye
wish all their relatives and friends
A HAPPY PASSOVER
In one memorable evening, at a
meeting in Boston, George Alpert
succeeded in raising $300,000
among friends and associations.
More recently. Mr Alpert be-
came interested in the Albert Ein-
stein Medical School which was
established at Yeshiva University.
He assumed the national associate
chairmanship for fund raising !
New that Brandeis is well establish-
ed. Mr. Alpert ha> resigned a^
chairman of it-- board of gover-
nors to give more of his tin
the Yeshiva Medical School. Of
course, he continues to -it on the
board at Brandeis where his wis-
dom, advice and experience are
still an important factor.
Since taking over leadership of
the -New Haven Railroad. Mr. Al-,
pert has curtailed some of his com-
munal activities but that doesn't
mean that his enthusiasm and de-l
votion for the movements he has
supported has lessened. As the}
writer was interviewing Mr. Al-
pert in his simple State Street of- j
lice in Boston, the telephone rang I
Mr. Alpert, after the usual ex-l
change of greetings, then offered!
hi- apologies to someone on the >
other end of the line to the effect
that he would not be able to meet
with him since he was leaving for
a few days' stay in Florida. The
writer later queried: 'Going down
for a little rest and relaxation?"
No," was the quick retort. "I
don't need any rest. I'm very fit.
I'm going to Florida to do a little
speaking for the Yeshiva Medical
School When Mr. Alpert does
want to "get away from it all."
he and Mrs. Alpert hie themselves
away to their farm in New Hamp-
shire
His tremendous powers of con
centration are one of the reasons
for the great success of Brandeis
and the assured success of the
Yeshiva Medical School. Mr. Al-
Continued on Pag* 13 B
A Hon#y fHtsfvyar
fo ii our Friends
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nnounces %
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For Passover Milk
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Often
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As Florida's
Mr. Democrat"
Whose life-long experience in pol-
itics has proven his loyalty to the
Democratic party and his ability
in campaign strategy. With hum-
ble gratitude to the party which
has so favored him in the past
Jerry again offers to serve as Na-
tional Democratic Committeeman
and solicits your vote in the com-
ing Democratic primary.
ff
Sealking Plastic-Coated
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Here is the milk package sterilized in our dairy when it is filled
and "aled. Here is the milk package that is leakproof, sturdy,
strong. Here is the milk package that you open, and pour from
the top corner with such perfect control that you can pour as
little as a half teaspoonful without spilling a drop; gushing action
and after-drip have been eliminated, at last. Here is the milk
package whose plastic coating preserves the flavor and the rich
freshness of your milk.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Congregation Beth Tiilah. Director
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Mpfc
23, 1956
_ +Jel$t,n*rk*M
Interesting Facts About the Observance of Passover
Page 11 B
[ pHILlP GOODMAN
,S! Ha-Wdah. written in
UeH.aTn interest chil-
*rves to inter*
ntten in the same
l^Very. rhyme. -This
lit is
ue that Jack built.
'.,, nf the HfMadah
I begins with: "Who knows one? I end.
I know one. One is the Eternal, who
is above heaven and earth,", and In the days of the Talmud, it was
I continues asking and answering customary to make matzohs in dif-
questions up to thirteen. It is said'ferent artistic shapes and figures.
'that this was written especially as These form* were not approved by
la children's song, to keep them in-'many authorities as it necessitated
terested in the Seder towards its allowing the dough to stand longer
which might cause fermentation.
While the original purpose of per-
forating matzoh was to prevent it
from rising. In many instances the
perforations were utilized to form
figures of animals and flowers.
At the conclusion of the Seder
service, each male Jew of Morocco
places a staff and pack over his
shoulder and rushes into the street
shouting these words of the Hag-
gadah: "In this manner our fore-
fathers went out of Egypt, their
kneading troughs bound up in their
clothes upon their sholders."
*
More than 2,000 group seders for
Jewish personnel in the Amerjcan
armed forces at home and abroad
were organized during the four
war-time Passovers (1942-45) by
the National Jewish Weliare Board.
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+Jeist ncrkBan
The Traditional Way to Prepare for Passover and Seder
. _________I la Vu
----------iN muat bo immersed in boiling
bo, water i ttmlh wHh patches,
cncki or denta eaonef be kashered
|,n imiwr-ii'ii m Ix'ilintf hot water
unjeM the patch, crack or dent
hM hi -t feea* iircci until glowing.
rthenware, even if it la elazed
dike porcelain) or coated with tin
or lead, cannot be kashered. I'ten-
lila containing plastk or any ma-
terial which might be ruined by
boiling cannot bf kashered for
Passover.
Uthough thc-e rules for kasber-
lug arc In strut accordance with
Jewish law, M i> best tO use se|>-
dishea and utensils for Paa*
\i.,| now, I'D' tor the traditional
bedikaa chometa (aearch for cho-
mats) on the night before the
Seder night, the house is ready
for one of the most beautiful of
Jew isli holidaysPassover.
Women's League for Israel aids Hebrew University: Dr. Fred-
erick R. Lachman, executive director of the American Friends
ci Hebrew University, accepts a check for S35.000 horn Mrs.
Harry Cahane. chairman of the building fund of the women's
organization. Mrs. Henry Garfinkle, chairman of luncheon
held in New York, shown looking on, announced that the pay-
ment was an additional installment toward the $250,000 stu-
dent residence project which the Women's League is sponsor-
ing for the Jerusalem university. The buildings are slated for
completion this fall. _________ .
Continued from Po 1 B
it can be kashered at all. Never-
theless, the following few rules
to -hem be locked or taped up. may hejp you determine whether
Once the house is clean, the fur'ther consultation is necessary.
Pa-sover foods, dishes and uten- You should in no case, however.
ih can be brought in. Only those by extension, devise your own
Pa-sover foods bearing a reliable ruIes concerning items not spe-
rabbinic endorsement should be eifically mentioned
Wed. As for dishes and utensils, it ^^ ^ ^^ chometl
is necessary to have separate sets: ^
especial v tor Pas-sover. The year- ... ... ._ .______ ?__..
..-. ,. ence of fire oven burners, broil-
round dishes and utensils are then ... ,_.___.
i it .i... ; ers and their parts, etc.) can be
put awav and closed off. so that .,_;.. .i -i___<.
.,._,,___,__kashered by firing until glowing.
The same method applies to uten
Hi used in baking.
Utensils of metal wnich were
th. \ are not accidentally used on
Pa -over.
KASHERING
II. however, for some reason.
a ..ear-round utensil must be used used with chometr can be kasher-
tor Passover too, a rabbi should be fed by being immersed in borling
consulted as to the proper method, water. If any such utensil is too
ot kashering (making permissible) ] large to be so immersed, rhe uten-
th.,t particular item if. indeed.' all should be filled with water
- | and brought to a boil, then a white-
hot stone should be placed in it.
causing the water to overflow, and
the stone should be moved about
all over the inside of the utensil.
Handles of utensils should also
be immersed; if this cannot be
done, boiling hot water may be
poured over them. Utensils used
for frying should be fired until
glowing. Even the covers of uten-
A Favorite Recipe
Continued from Po 3 B
11 itly and cook over low heat at
least 2 hours or "till meat can be
pierced with a long-tined fork.
So ip -tock may be added if neces-
aarj to prevent scorching, but if a
h> > cast aluminum pot is used
ard kept tightly covered, this will
n> be necessary,
T ) thicken the gravy after lift-
in, out meat, add 6 to 8 ginger
Stir and cook 2 minutes
1 n jer. Or. thicken with 2 table
i- Matzoh meal with 2 table-
B| mi cold water and stir into the
p>/ gravy, cooking 5 minutes long-
< Serve gravj separately or over
s d p"' roa p I .. rnisb with par-
. S* rves 8 to 10.
4 Happy Passover To All Our
friends and Patrons
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MUM
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and Steven Paul
A Happy Paweirer To 0*r Many
fritnds and Patrons
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MIAMI
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A Nappy Pmtsmar Te All Oar
frunds and Patrons
Alma
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403 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-1735
Alma and Rudy
SIASOWS GMtTINGS TO OUI MANT JEWISH FPJENDS
Sonrinf Greater Miami It Ovor 41 Tears
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Phone UN 5-3431
Sam Winer
HOtlDAT GtKTINCS TO All
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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and Palrom
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BALDWIN
Insurance Agency. Inc.
PHONE Fl 4-1111
S40 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
University Cabs
CORAL GABLES
*
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A Happy Passover
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NEHI BOTTLING CO.
538 N.W. 24th Street phone m rB2
Best Wishes for Passover
Goody Shoes
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A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
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torch
23, 1956
-----Umlst) Fhricttar)
jew Rises to Presidency of a New England Railroad
Page 13 B
Mbj-2?'
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n ^p-4 m f ^B
i P 1
'
#
England railroad president main-
tains a tremendous private library.
s large collection includes hun-
almost everything that the late
Supreme Court justice, another
Bostonlan. had written especial-
ly his investigations of, and trea-
tises on, railroad management in
general and in New England in
dreds of legal volumes. Long be- particular,
fore Mr. Alpert became interested During World War I, Mr. Alpert
in the establishment of Brandeis served in the Navy and was in the
University, he had read and studied F.nsign School at Harvard when
the war ended. Besides his active
law practice Mr. Alpert has been
president of the Conveyancers'
Realty Company since 1942. He is
a trustee of the Grove Hall Sav-
ings Bank and has a number of
other business interests.
Among the more than a sore
of Jewish and secular communal
Continued on Pago 15 B


i stretch into the distance, as Israel rebuilds economic-
spiritually.
iinued from Page '0 B
wntratc- ulmliheartedly
fprojatt he undertakes.
|r important reason for
Xpert's succc-. i> that he
in delegate authority.
re; "it li utter folly for
pre.-ident to do every-
irBtlf." He delegates
Ijorconcern- oi the road's
lent to his >taff.
time he h;id spent ten
|the New Haven railroad
7, Mr.lAipert said he had
(hat short period "at least
Lrjie'jin the office of
PKrtive situation, because
?,eu*ht to get into the
leal thing first. He spent
ijjrni! out why the loco-
ftuation developed": he
t-bmr trying to find
|to remedy it."
?1* is an attorney by
P. Mr. Alpert has more
putine acquaintance with
jad byrt" He is very
[with in ph ,-i of rad-
ish!. Hi' v i: ;inal!y
prmrir'"! thi New Haven
t. U he rep-
Boati n irket Ter-
bj>i "" the New
In this
* Mr \ pi i,.,d day-
'i i
> I dulea
ifor a quart ol a een-
puburhan N' i rntre,
e, Mr Alpi pursue*
1 and hobbies. The
I it not pre-
l( w Ea$-
rban r' An ac-
II violinist, i.s often
P*1 ;'' by his
Twlfe ,. a mem.
group
. -ther.
fte wmposers are Bto>
Fn and Schumann. He
has tried his hand at some com-
posing himself and has been highly
praised for his efforts in this field
A handy man with tools, Mr.
Alpert enjoys his wejl fitted base-
ment woodworking ihop. As an
enthusiastic amateur photographer
he does much in the field of color
photography. His basement recre-
i ation area also includes a full-
size pool table at which he enjoys
an occasional game with his sons
or friends and neighbors.
One of his Boris is Mickey Al-
pert, the former band leader, now
associated with a New York adver-
tising firm. Another k> a psychol-
ogy student at Stanford University.
An avid reader, the leriSing Nlw
1UJL 1
LACK
ESAR
F0R6E
Gourmet Club

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from
KOSHER for PASSOVER
"er taawvMM w Kaku nfc#r Sf0rH
* fc I'hkinicl CmncJI of OrffeWax W ra*tr Mhmi
M,AMI COCA-COLA BOnUNG COMPANY
301 N.W. 29th Street
Enjoy this tastier coffee
RABBI-APPROVED
FOR PASSOVER
For Sabbath
and weekdays, too!

ESCAFE
the modern kosher coffee
made to satisfy coffee hunger
Yes7, Nescafe Coffee is so much tastier, you'll enjoy It even on
those occasions when you omit milk or cream! It's all choice
coffee, nothing but coffee the pick of the crop from the
world's finest coffee plantations. No wonder it's a growing
favorite! At mealtime, in between times, Nescatt truly satis-
fies your coffee hunger! Certified Kosher and Parve by Rabbi
J. H. Ralbag.




Page 14 B
^JenislfhridUari
____ ^"Y Mem-
Anecdotes Relating to Passover Show an Eternal Wit
Milton Berle lamented. "Look at K, bv a kind of radar, alwyt il pr..-ne Lmpcror Hadmn. he sol
all the money Sinatra and Crosby ta (iilu.h wlth thoM> who require dten were out to arrest Kul.bi Me
make, but me! Comes Pesaeh and- ^ SometlIlu,s no ,. invisible, Continotd on P9 1
and there is not even a pieee of
bread in the house."

I t V
i *
The famous Berditchever rebbe
around Passover time inquired
about the onugtfins' that wsi
ing on in the country. The Czar,
they told him. had lately added
hundreds of new agents to watch
out for smugglers, but despite all
irts the illicit business kept on
mounting.
S( e 1'. i( 8 fine people the Jew
are." commented the Berditchever
rebl re is not one agent to
watch the Jews, and j : in i
li h msehold in Bcr
ditchev iggied in
i'."
Thi rabbi I net-
tin Jewish law
provided that while no fermented
P
only sue h potential-'
ly c. might be
uld have been much
simpler, he added, to bar the use
of thoc ds which maj be leav-
ened. The ii lid the rabbi,
is to teach the lesson, that it is
not the person who withdraws from
all society and temptation in order
to be righteous who is the good sick ami triendM had to supervise
hut rather he is the good Ihe bakine oi Hates. They ask-
man who keeps clean and uncor- *'li ,! ,n,ri' w,ri' iin> special points
rupted in the midst of the "cho- '" wanted to stress, so that the
the temptations and corrup- Ratios would meet hi- rigid reli-
tions Ol active livl requirements.
Rabbi Salant thought for a mo-
When the rabbi ol Walkowuk mcn' "Ye8>" lu' sa"' "MV '" "
came hom< i SI bbath Ragadol. that the woman who doss the bak>
the Sabbath bei sover, ing is well paid
hi- W h:m what had been I
the theme >J his preaching that Man) stories are toM about
Elijah, the good prophet who \1-1t-
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m
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D. Beryl Manischewitz and William Manischewitz inspect jars
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Holiday Greetings To All Out
friends end Patrons
ALLEN CARPET CO.
CARPETS, 1INOIEUM and TILE
1439 ALTON ROAD
Phones Ji 1-5080 JE 8-1535
m the obli-
everj Jewish home on Passover
Lion i the rich Jew- on Pass-|
providing poor Jew '-ht and ("r pow <* JjJ^
iked, "did your word- ----- -- .--
i an imp.''
1 'h j d." replied the rab-
' Lhi po ir en) with
me."
*
The pious and saintly Rabbi
Shmuoel Salant always supervised
personally the bakint: of his own
matznth. to aa to make certain they
were in complete compliance with
the minutiae of the Jewish law.
one year when the time came (or
making the Mates, the rabbi took
u
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Pcrqe 15 B
ad in a unique recital recently were
pupils of Mrs. Harold Robin, 22&0 SW
gt Left to right (front row) are Ira
Kjrtt Vicki Stemerman. Sybil Semaker,
i Nedbor, Larry Krantz, Bily Chriaticm-
Harris, Gloria Roher, Rita Gross-
berg. Second row are Mrs. Abe Krantz.
Suzan Nedbor, Mrs. Harold Berney. Mrs. Irv-
ing Stemerman, Mrs. Harold Robin, Susan
Ellen Freedman, Carol Ann Goldstein, Mrs.
lames Harris. Joyce Gold, Warren Berney,
Fred Berney and Dena Goldstein.
iblical Exodus is a Long Way Back
Winutd from Page 7 B
.rturn attack upon Egypt.
Hebrews wit*' therefore
| to the status of bondmen,
__jr the surveillance of
ars and r e c r u i t e d f or
[labor on the new construc-
Jojects. It was al this critical
Jaccording to the Israelite
that the deliverer Moses
whole stun ol Passover.
i told in Jewish tradition, a
kment of fancya pious in-
l? Orif we iunore the
trimming is there in-
I evidence, outside of the
the sojourn of Israel in
its servitude under the
s, and it^ exodus from
[answer it that while there
I no direct confirmation of
while neither sojourn
dis is in fact recorded in
contemporary docu-
story as a wholeapart,
e, from its purely miracul-
entsis thoroughly een-
i all that we know of the
\ of the ancient Near East.
Itbe presence of the Israel-
Egypt and their dramatic
(should not he mentioned
extant Egyptian record
i means so surprising as it
For the plain fact is that
Wical account represents.
H. what i~ (--ontially no
tai family tradition.
i ume when these events
"rWsed to have happened,
wrtes were nut yet a nation,
1 a sismtii-rint group.
while their jortunes and
adventures might have been of the
highest moment to their descend-
ants,' and have served as a fitting
subject for subsequent legend, they
were not at the time of any particu-
lar interest to anyone else.
Nor should it be objected that
the drowning of the Pharaoh would
have been an event of sufficient
importance to be recorded, and
that the absence of such a record
and the discovery of the relevant
monarch's mummy, therefore dis-
credit the Biblical account.
For it is to be observed that,
contrary to a prevailing impres-
sion, the Bible nowhere says that
Pharaoh was drowned. It speaks
only of his "11081" and "chariots"
or of "the Egyptians" in general as
I having suffered this fate but not of
the monarch himself, who may
have directed operations from the
rear and subsequently retreated.
A Noted Jew Becomes a President
Continued from Page 13 B
services in which he is actively in-
volved, Mr. Alpert is a director
of the Franklin hospital, Franklin,
N.U., and a trustee of the Associ-
ated Jewish Philanthropies and
Combined Jewish Appeal.
In 1946, he served as national
co-chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal. In this capacity he trav-
eled the country in behalf of this
great fund raising agency to aid
w Stories
*inud from Pag* 14 b
. correctly surmised that
|7 woul I 'me the city and. so en
lW0uld P over at one or
V inn on the way out. So
Pfd >ne innkeepers. One
f 4hadn't any rabbi
lJ.,eJ0,her s:"d a couP'
VmT a' his inn' but jt
I*! lve been the rabbi.
I. man and a loudly
pandceUP "" 0t d-
''Mhe loudly dossed up
J Jah the prophet. He
Jb' Meier to throw the
St.1****- No one would
f eat rabb, ,)e walk-
Wi a woman.
A Hot Controversy
fp Caneine** from Page 4
in such matters. He added that
since it was only a procedural mat-
ter, if the Karaite in question
would petition a rabbinical court,
it would be only a matter of a
month or two before a decision
could be handed down.
Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion then rose and indicated his
dissatisfaction with the reply. He
noted that while the reply was
formally correct, it provided no
answer to the basic problem, since
"it is unimaginable that Karaites
are not a part of the Jewish people."
local, national and overseas needs.
He is a member of the American
Bar Association, the Massachusetts
Bar Association and the local bar
associations of Boston and Wal-
tham, Maw
In his capacity as president of
the New York. New Haven and
Hartford Railroad. Mr. Alpert is
traveling back and forth between
Boston and New York. One of
the things that make him very de-
lighted is the fact that a group of
commuters of Westport, Conn., in-
cluding'advertising and public re-
lations folk, who were most vocifer-
ous about (he service of the rail-
road before he became president,
have already disbanded and invited
him to dine with them.
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all over the world. Current po-
litical and economic systems will
topple. Russia, as the Gog of Eze-
kiel 38-39, will emerge for a while
as the dominant military world
power overshadowing the world
and enslaving the Bible-loving peo-
ples.
All this will open up the road
' for the true Messiah ben David
who. like Moses of old, will do
the will of the Creator. His acts
will be accompanied by cosmic dis-
turbances which will discomfit the
'enemies of Israel.
Following the defeat of these
enemies in Israel, this Jewish
I leader will be accepted by all the
peoples in the world who will llM
iccepl the Torah faith of IfoMt.
He will establish a regime of social
justice with Jerusalem as the
world capital-a city which will
set an example for the entire
j world. Conflicts between nations
' will never again be solved by wars,
but by His decision and judgment.
! For out of Zion shall go forth
law, and the word of the Lord
from Jerusalem."
"But it is a time of trouble for
Jacob, and out of it he shall be
helped."
It will be like the coming of
Israel out of the land of Egypt
but this time it will be on a world-
wide scale.
And so, to sum up the Messianic
calculation. ln ,he u
d will come 272^
the end of ,he snrth>(J
namely. ,n 5728 or \L\
minutes before U*
the length of the ion"
Second Temple Was
3828.
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"for God is not a ST
should lie. nor the soT
that He should repent"
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iami. Florida, Friday. March 23, 1956
Section C
Arm 3,500 YUKt
Freed
reecom
Is Jewry's
Horizon
By HARRY CUSHING
It is now some 3.500 years since
a small and enslaved people, who
refused to abandon hope, regained
their freedom. As through the
centuries since that historic libera-
tion, Jews are again celebrating
Passover, the Festival of Freedom.
Passover has always been intended
to sound a clarion call not only to
the Jewish people, but to all na-
tions. The Festival of Freedom
seeks to teach a moral lesson that
a divine power is still supreme
over the activities of man.
Perhaps the oldest rite of religi-
ous ceremonialism, the Passover
eve Seder, is inspired in a single
Biblical verse: "And thou shalt tell
thy son in that day. saying, it is
because of that which the Lord did
for me when I came forth out of
Egypt" (Exodus 13:8). Since the in-
junction was to relate the great
story of the Exodus for all genera-
tions, it became the custom in an-
cient times for the head of the
family to tell the story each year
to the young and old, who had
gathered around the family festive
board.
The observance of Passover, as
described in the Bible and Talmud,
has changed a great deal through
the ages. In the early days, the fes-
tival was primarily a tribal sacrifi-
cial celebration. A little less than
2,000 years ago there began to
emerge the beginnings of the Seder
home service as we know it today.
The first Passover was marked
primarily by the sacrifice of a lamb
and the eating of unleavened bread
with bitter herbs.
Centuries later, there was intro-
duced the chanting of special
hymns of praises. In the Talmudic
era there began to emerge the be-
sinnings of the Haggadah. the spe-
cial liturgy for the Pauovtt eve.
It took many centuries more for
the traditional Haggadah to assume
its present form.
The Haggadah. although a tiny
anthology of prayers, legends and
commentary on the significance of
l'.iv-over, is an inspiring narrative
of the birth, growth and destiny
of the Jewish people.
The title of the little volume,
"Haggadah," is derived from the
word "Hagged" which in Hebrew
means "to tell." The word "Hag-
gadah" has the connotation of
"telling." In other words, the read-
ing of the Haggadah is meant to
serve as the narrative of the Exo-
dus from Egypt. The accompany-
ing feast is to fulfill the Biblical
injunction that the Jews of every
generation, the descendants of the
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Israelites who left Egypt, are to
always remember Ihp B*9*m from
the House "I Mondagc.
Although the original idea* of
the Passover celebration are still
observed U> every part of the world
wbert JMM live, many changes in
i form and practice have taken
l place Varied CUttOflU, exotic ob-
servances and fascinating practices
have developed in different coun-
.tn.'v
The Sephardic Jews, the descend-
ants of the exiles from Spain after
the Inqm-ition, are among the
. most aristocratic in their manner.
Their Sedorim are truly in patri-
cian sty*. At the Seder they dress
in their finest garments Even the
lAphikomen is wrapped, not in a
simple napkin, but hidden in a
gorgeous mantilla.
Sephardic .lews begin their
preparations for Passover four
week* before the festival. In fact.'
the day after Purim they begin to
hake their matiot. One of the deli-
cacies among the Sephardic Jews
is a special kind of matzoh which
contains oil and wine. These are
served to guests who visit during
the several days of the holiday.
It is also a common custom
amonu the Sephardic Jews for sev-
eral families to join together for
the Seder service. A highlight of
these Seder services is a presen-
tation dramatizing the Exodus from
Egypt. While members ol the cele-
brating families are gathered
around the festive table, one of
their number leaves the room. He
returns in a short while carrying
a sack over his shoulder and a
wanderer's staff in his hand. He
begins to narrate the story of RBB4>
over, following a series of ques-
tions posed before him by those at
the table. After the completion
of the dramatic narrative, he joins
the celebrants and. together, the
Haggadah is recited
In different countries, there are
I variations in the manner of recst-
1 ing the Haggadah. Thus, among
the Jews of Yemen, for example,
I there is a variation in the pro-
cedure of asking the Four Ques-
tions. The child takes hold of the
bone from the Passover Plate in
one hand and in the other he holds
an egg. As he completes the text
of each question, he gives the an-
swer himself.
In Yemen it is also customary
to recite the Haggadah both in He-
brew and Arabic. This is done so
that those people, especially the
womenfolk, who do not understand
Hebrew, will be able to follow the
reading.
The idea of translating the con-
tents of the Haggadah is not un-
; usual to the mind of the modern
Jews. Most editions of the Hag-
, gadah in England and the United
i States have the English translation
alongside the Hebrew text. Accord-
ing to Rashi. the famed medieval
Jewish Biblical and Talmudic com-
A Passover Seder plate, wrought 150 years ago by a j
nese silversmith, is the latest acquisition of the Jewish ]
on the Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union Colleq
Institute of Religion. In the center is the figure of Mosesi
deliverance of the Children of Israel from bondage h|
is celebrated during the Passover observance. On 1
is a special container for the cup of wine for the
Elijah. Moses is surrounded by other silver human]
carrying vessels containing symbolic dishes eaten
the Seder meal. This rare and elaborate silver plcteiit
10,000 ritual and art objects and oil paintinqs housed I
Jewish Museum at the worlds oldest Jewish
seminary.
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mentator. it was once customary
in France to narrate the story of
the Exodus, in French, so that the
womenfolk will be able to follow
the story.
In some Oriental countries it is
customary to decorate the room in
which the Seder is held, with flow-
ers and fragrant grass. This is a
carryover from the custom that
prevails in those lands to have
floral decorations on the Sabbath.
In some places it is customary
for the several members of the
family to sit at the table according
to their ages. At the head of the
table sits the oldest and the wom-
enfolk are seated at the foot of the
table.
The Jews of Morroco hurry
through their Seder service. They
fulfill the admonition of the Torah,
"and thus shall ye eat it: with
your loins girded, your shoes on
your feet, and your staff in your
hand; and ye shall eat it in haste
it is the Lord's passover." (Exodus
12:11).
In many otOier places, the head
of the house grabs a staff as soon
as the recital of the Haggadah be-
gins. He also takes hold i
1 pared package, including
i matzot. which he losses
shoulder He then bejinsl
back and forth across tar]
A child approaches him
question: 'where do
from-'"' "From Egypt." il
response. 'Aim) where
journeying to?" "To the I
of Jerusalem," responds
man. After this little perfd
all seat themselves at the I
| the Seder begins.
While millions of Jewsi
Jthe world generally foils* i
lar pattern in the obsenai
I Seder, there is one small]
, which has not exp
(change in its celebration
1 over since ancient times
' maritans carry on in the!
'rituals as observes by *
the Israelites rather in
changing traditions that Je
; known for centuries.
At the foot of Mount
'near Nabhis. the moderni
IShechem. their live*, today I
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*J*"MJhr*m*n
*| IS FAVOBITE HOLIDAY FOR SPEGIAL REASONS
~rP.
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jyMEW CHARNIAK
i i have our favorite holi-
r/wiMroneman. not particu-
Li' who (-ls Heansed and
K1 Vm K.ppur fast.
Another ho is (flighted by
rn a'p^ and frailtiet
J^ fhe characters in rtie
B&- .u
t ostl>. Pa-over ls the f*1
fprf many Jews. I am one
^(know it. years ago. There
EL* when I grew tired of
Hjorim. I woul(J Pint out
Palestine, later Israel, the
'(debrated the Passover
rne night only. Matzoh,
Jftn than not. was dry in my |
IT And I w""1'1 sm',e al tne
L p[ openian the door for
flte proplni. who was ex-
omake hi> appearance and
Hi-goblet of sweet Pesach
Jjch had been poured for
Ejrjy in the evening. Of
JTl enjoyed the "Four Ques-
HTiisually I was called
> perform 1 took delight
lof the food*, in the songs
__the anecdotes exchanged
Unattractive table by happy
[ittangeand relaxed Jews.
LI would not have counted
?'is the holiday of holi-
Ifor I knew that it did not
'th rml significant festi-
Pthe Jewish calendar; and
foot stand in awe of it as I
loo did of Ho>h Hashona
|oir Kippur.
jiy, however. I can say with-
[doubt in my mind, that the
Seder, the Passover in
jl. is the Jewish holiday I
[most and look forward to
ijerly.
I darted when I was abroad.
is to say. in the United
| Army, during the war. When
away from home, every-
Icbanges in your mind. The
1 streets of the slums of New
|a."ume colorful proportions
i begin to believe that they
Iractive. Casual acquaint-
J you may have met in "the
[became close friends simply
you knew the same peo-
bere raised on the same
[and spoke the -amc kind of
fork English.
>ame fashion, everything
I took on an aura of pleas-
|l'cu dropped Yiddish words
*rases whenever possible.
night out Jews. You took
lyour heritage as you look-
i the strange cultures and
and measured them
I your own.
By. nothing was quite nor-
*ven the celebration of
holidays The chaplains
'bW they could, but they
wide an area to cover.
. the religious materials
arrive in time, either. I',
line Far East, isolated, and.
fc "w. forgotten. Yom Kip-
a solitary holiday. One
* one's self, or felt the
e and marked off the
day and returned to warfare or
technical work in the Army. The
same held true for some of the
major holidays and, I regret to
sajj;, many of the minor ones slip-
ped by before wc were even aware
that they had come and gone.
But I happened to be aware of
when Passover was due. I was then
in Ceylon, an island south of India,
lovely, verdant, but without any
Jews except those in the Ameri-
can and British armies. Suddenly,
however. I missed the atmosphere
of a holiday where a group of Jews
could sit down together, and talk,
and sing and go through at least
some of the rituals of home and
heritage. I arranged a trip to Kan-
dy, the headquarters of the British,
where, I understood, an English
Chaplain would be in attendance.
The Seder became an opportunity
to celebrate a happy holiday, even
though half-way around the world.
The trip to Randy, from Colom-
bo, was in itself memorable. The
roadside, dotted with rubber plan-
tations, coconut and mango trees,
gas stations with incongruous Esso-
lube signs, huts with corded beds,
and curious men, women and chil-
dren peering at each passerby, are
now part of a camera eye which
seems to have been focussed ages
ago. Finally, I came to Kandy and
observed the ancient beauty of a
non-metropolitan society. These, I
realized, were hill people and our
lives were beyond their compre-
hension. I felt more lonely than
ever before.
What can one say of a Seder
half-way around the world from
your own home? What can one
say when it is confessed that the
Jews who attended were less inter-
ested in the traditional Seder (of
course there was no Matzoh) than
>in singing popular songs of the
day? Civilians and Jews interested
in ritual and tradition, would have
jfelt frustrated and piqued. But
they would have missed the mean-
i mg of this Seder. There were no
.Haggadahs, but every Jew there
brought something with him to re-
mind him of the Seder at home.
Stumblingly, some of the sol-
diers, from all parts of the world,
recited the "Four Questions." Here
and there, another would recite a
snippet from one of the other sec-
tions of the Haggadah. Every few
minutes, a soldier would hum one
of the familiar Seder melodies.
True enough, this Seder was not
a religious festival. But it was
I a demonstration of clannishness,
|an opportunity for kin to huddle
together in a strange and distant
environment. Everyone felt that
he was a friend of everyone else.
There were no strangers. All were,
in a deep sense, brothers.
Later that night, I returned to
Colombo over a winding road on a
black, moonless night. Somehow,
I remembered that Seder. And I
also remembered how, the previ-
ous year, I had wandered aimlessly
through the clean, astringent
streets of New Delhi, aware that
it was Passover, but disturbed in
the knowledge that I alone knew
it, and could do nothing about it.
This time, altered though it was,
it was a Sederand I knew, of a
suddenthat Passover was deeply
important to me, and always
would be.
That is why it is today my favor-
ite holiday. I do not think of it
in terms of the Jews in the desert,
following the escape of the first-
Continued on Pogo 7C
No, this is not mcmnah the ancient Israelite* ate during their
return from Egyptian exile. But for thia young Israeli, it is a
new kind of mcmnah cotton production in the northern
Negev, which this Passover sees the Jewish State making
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'In every generation
rise up to destroy us." So say* the
Passover Haggadah. In Pharaoh s
time Moses was sent to demand:
Let My people go!" In our own
time, eo one saviour has appeared
for our brothers under Soviet rule.
It is our duty, thereforein the
light of our recent tragic experi-
enceas individual laymen to re-
examine our brothers' plight.
From the very outset, the foun-
ders of the Soviet decided that the
scattered
loyal Jew was considered unde- brothers under Rus,;.,
pendable. There followed, ts we I not dare to meoT^ "*"
enemies an know, a ruthless anti-lewish
campaign under the guise of "anti-
Zionism." 'anti-cosmopolitan intel-
lectualisra," "anti TaUnndTaro,
etc The .anti-Semitism of the
masses was thereby encouraged
and used by the party leaders in
their bloody struggle for power.
What did we the American
Jewish community do these 38
years to cope with this perilous
situation which saw our brothers
trampled under foot? Did we act
as the mouthpiece for our dear
ones who were silenced? Did we
follow in the great tradition of
existence of Jews
throughout the USSR with ties
of svmpathy and friendship for
Jews" in non-Soviet countries, is in- pidyon shevauyim the ransom-
compatible with the ideal of ere- ing of captives which is consid
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Certainly we do ZJ**
silence to signify Jjjjj
the Soviet theoreticians -TtL
do not exist as a people, t,^.
^JTPL"e ind,fferet hi
late of other Jews. Nejk
we s.hrug off our individual i
sibihty by shifting it 0D u'
organizations, because it it.,
have to breathe life into J.
ganizations.
"The scene -- an outlaw |
mass sobbing of 4.000 Jea,
Russia haunts me," write i
Yiddish author H. Leirick ia
Jewish Day not so long ^ -
flood of tears keeps beitag
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A number of individuals.;
I around the
Release of Russian Jewry (ia |
mation). deeply distressed _
the situation, have undertakes!
appeal directly to the Sovit
resentatives in this country fej
low Jews to leave the Soviet!
and affiliated countries.
other week an appeal is seat]
the Russian delegate to the
H. E. Arkady A. Sobolev. i
ave., N.Y.C. The alternative1
a message is vent to Amh
Georgi N. Zarubin in Wa
D.C. The number of those |
the ranks of weekly letter i
is increasing rapidly, and now i
then a reply is,received.
The classical pattern of the!
generation toward*. Rjissian Jewry Exodus is meant tu apply forf
,is all more strange when we con- 0f us exempting none, asio
1. We, living in the
these United State-,, as
in Midian. should be datui
about the fate of our brotl
ered the most urgent mitzvah and
given priority by Jewish law over
iti foreign. For this very reason. | every other charity? Did we heed
Zionism was decreed to be crim- \ Mordecais warning to Esther: "Do
! mallv conspiratorial Teaching you mean to escape in the king's ed ^ "r^"' cl"-?
Hebrew was prohibited. The palace? To keep silent? Who ~,!f ^ 50_BM!?ltt*.3
anomalous position of Jews was to knows, perhaps, perhaps you have
be normalized by concentrating reached your position of safety
them in an autonomous Jewish re- for just such a time as this?"
public. Biro Bidjan When this fEsther 4:13-14> Did we respond:
abortive attempt was given up.! "How can I endure To see the de-
the Soviets adopted a deceptively struction of my kindred?" (Esther
simple formula which was to solve ,8:6).
the Jewish problem and abolish Boshnu Mikol dor "We are
anti-Semitism at the same time. | to be ashamed more than all fore-
They declared the Jewish people going generations." For 38 years
out of existence. Any contact with j we have allowed the enemies of
Jews elsewhere was traitorous. To;our people to convince us by
receive a package from a relative means of the psychological warfare
in America signified a lack of com- tactics of their vast propaganda
plete satisfaction with existing con-1 machine that a major portion
ditions Many relatives abroad re-jof our remnant was lost to us.
ceived curt notes Don t write to The prwftijtn4 apathy of our
me.'- "Don't send me anything."
"I am leaving for a resort."
The efforts of the Soviet gov- template the customary generosity
ernment to isolate Jews from their of the American people. Should a
people were successful with many cat be trapped in some inacces-
of the younger generation. During sible corner there' would be an
World War II. however, a great immediate surge* hf sympathy and
number of these thoroughly as-, a rush of helping hands. Our
similated youths were rudely re-
minded of their Jewishni-ss by j
their compatriots. With the estab- (
Continued on Papa 13 C.
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many more became conscious of
their bonds with the Jewish peo-
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j their ardent love for their people
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ot Israel. This action conformed
with the traditional Russian policy
of trying to displace Britain in the
Near East, of course. Subsequent-
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hnsN the possibility of fur-:
ther replacing British influence'
there by helping the Arabs drive!
Israel into the sea. For such a'
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M\ THE SEDER IS I RECURRING EXPERIENCE
By HAROLD U.RIBALOW
' L ,r as Passover approach-
ft'Si.'rt of the iarW
EC3S- pcrrtK-frrnt l*l
*ffithshr..rts<.fthsyoanat
SU the Rabbis and sociol-
S/itcrrs.,l in the longevity
.Jewish pi-oplc analyze the
,-n of Jew'sh 'inmortal,ty-
fjdom point to Passover and
,Seder for their evidence.
|coorse. son-!,ve Jewish writ-
EL* a!wa\> been aware of the
',!. power..!'the Seder. Only
jn a new novel called
K^l Hand." Michael Blank
Biadf two interesting refer-
rto the Seder. "1 remember."
I write< "those long, infinitely
Blgkts in which I. the only
j amidst and ignored by giants,
[at the Ions table listening to
(recital in Hebrew of the taleJ
..Jews' slaver> in Egypt and;
^freedom. Earh year I had but
moment of glory when I was
I on to read in the Haggadah j
[four question- as to why this;
; a- different from the other
, of the year."
ien Blankfort reflects that with
passage of time, with the
ling fatigue, he lost interest in
("Seder but that he understands
nowadays things are differ-
'and the spirit of the Seder is
ed throughout the night.
fere the crux of the Seder's ap-
I is hit upon. First, the young
I is thrilled that he plays a role
event. Later, as the elders
f on. often in the Hebrew lan-
which is unfamiliar to the
the joy flees and all that
ns is the pleasant moment
which everyone turned to
I listened to the cild. What are
do to keep alive that sense
i that sense of utter prati-
i Dot only in a single ritual
|ia the entire festival?
I of writers have described
reactions to the Seder, bat
raft cot alone in having re-
Iwarmly to this gathering to-
tal the family table to read
the Jews fled from Egypt
their freedom. Men and
i in America, of all stations,
i found in the Seder a quality
need It is a time when fam-
long separated for reasons
slight and sometimes
Bkant. manage to unite over
[Seder table. Passover is a long
7 and so people somehow
[arrange to get together during
t*!it. As the Seder is observed
|h different nights in the
(there is only a single
m Israel). American Jews
% work out a plan so that
' W together with their famil-
fw one Seder it is. therefore,
wvance which is adhered to
t*y those who are. candidly
UK. less than pious. It is a
[Ntf, with religious and na-
l overtone-.
lb*htn the children enter
Youths at a United HIAS Service shelter discuss with Rabbi
Ezekiel Landau. New-York, the significance of various foods
on the Passover Seder table. Bitter herbsbitter years of
servitude and oppression. Apples, nuts and wins (charoseth)
makeshift cement the Israelites were forced to use in build-
ing Pharaohs great edifices. Matzohbread of affliction
baked hurriedly at the time of departure. Roasted lamb
(zeroah)the Paschal sacrifice. Winethe four redemptions
from slavery. Cup of Elijah redemption which will be ush-
ered in when Elijah returns to announce the coming of Mes-
siah. Celerystarvation diet of Jews in Egyptian bondage.
Sah watertears of unhappiness. Egg (bettrah)festival of-
fering in the Temple.
into the picture. Everybody knees the third, and so on. The Seder
that a child (nsusHy the youngest, I heeoies the center of -a competi
but in recent years the tradition tion, a pleasant one, for all the
children learn their parts well.
Curiously, the parents, who may
not worry about the Jewish herit-
scheduled to attend a Seder is age their children are not taught
has been every child gets a chance
DTI TI .TV r"" "to P>y his part) asks "The Four
SJ^^L^JSS Questions." PTbus. every child
taught the ritual of the Questions.
Eventually, at the Seder itself
every child does get a chance to
recite. In a way, then, the prep-
aration for the Seder becomes,
consciously or otherwise, a bit of
Jewish religious education. All par-
ents, indifferent though they may
be to an intensive Jewish educa-
all year round, are eager to see
their own progeny excel at the Se-
der. The spirit penetrates, and,
more often than not, a Seder thus
becomes a happy event not only on
the surface, but within the inner
soul of the Jew.
When Herman Wouk, in "Marj-
one Morningstar." described a
tion for their children, teach them | Seder which was, in effect, a tragic
And in the
"The Four Questions."
teaching, explanations usually fol-
low. What do the Questions mean?
Why are they asked? Inevitably,
something rubs off on the child
as well as his parents.
I have yet to see children who
remain indifferent to the Seder.
They prepare for it with thrilled
anticipation. When one recites the
Questions, so does the second, and
comedy, with families bickering
and spoiled children screaming and
yelling, scores of Jewish readers I
met went out of their way to casti-
gate Wouk's treatment of the Se-
der. "It is simply not true," they
said. And they went on to insist
that during a Seder an atmosphere
is caught and heldand remem-
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LITERATURE OF JEWS FIEEED WITH RICH Mlf|
By E. B. GREENMAN
The literature of the Jewish
peoplereligious and otherwise-
is filled with rieh controversy. And
though there are many who hold
lhis to be a shame, we cannot
agree On the contrary, the adjec-
tive -rich'- was used wisely. De-
spite tired jokes about two Jews
holding three opinions, it is the
\cr\ depth of the literature, and
its brilliant extension over these
many years, which is a tribute to
the greatness of the thought. Nor
is it any accident that such con-
troversies are often of long stand-
ing.
For after all. this one people,
with its stubborn and precious in-
sistence on one God and one Law
which has created the perfect con-
dition for such controversyor
alternatively, for long distance
agreement. For the oneness of the
haslc matter on which the arguers Jewish youngster arrives in Israel and is bathed by ^
operate is not challenged or chal-1 tented mother, glad to be "at home" and in time tor the I
lengeable. And thus, conversation Seder,
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which is far more r; re.
Because two men. who really
ought to fight a matter out. or con- tradiction on the surface, is
cur. have been separated by the revealed with probing to be one
accident of birth is no reason why mans extension or refinement of
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IIIH AICEIS PRODI CE tO.
Akilia. and Rashi are all talking
about a relevant passage from, say
Leviticus, why shouldn't they talk
to one another? No later discovery
is likely to invalidate their severs!
bases for discussion.
There has been much talk, of
recent years, about art and tradi-
tion, particularly among certain
literary critics. The plaintive tone j |erpwtefi JbTatnt words mean
which some of these gentlemen are ,^iht of observation And they
forced to adopt in their insistence, adduw (m ,his interpretation their
on tradition can wring true tears j ^autiful idca of tne close relation-
problem
is solved, and like most of its kind,
it brings sorely needed comfort
and courage and new wisdom in
time of peril. Such a one is the
question of the meaning of the
name given to the evening before
the first day of Passover"Lei
Shimurim."
According to the traditional in
of pity from an old "Yeshiva bo-
standing. This is not always the one voice. For truth is a
case. Indeed, more often it hap-! commodity and it requires I
pens that what appears to be cons be seen in a certain light if)
be seen at all. And the -llS|
quired varies tn.m time
Sometimes it is i man wht
is in tune with the aspir
his people to that they seel
light. And another man.
perhaps, the same wordj
be heard at all. At another]
ture. it may be the course oft
which suddenly cause a nevj
to shine on words, long apt
ed. but until their proper!
not properly valued, cut i
were, from the true "light"
time for which they were i
So then, it seems to us, t
shimurim" in the here aafj
with the people of brad:
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surrounded by enemies, is t
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with a passage of the Talmud- Umc For was it not the night; now they are ievealetUi
and who has i>.t?-you, can talk | on ^ hig Isfae, werp | trad.ct.on, but as good
about it with the; brilliant cem-4^ ^ delivered (rom thc ^^ j both of them,
mentator. Rashi. Or. to be even s|ay thcre J interpretation
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. _/i detriment of one side or the other, .courage of tneir comiuiwu-
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with the aid of two great scholars w* hc 'I'^PPomted. We be-j Buf tho ,econd co
who disagreed, Is a matter to which >'eve there is an answer to the
______, u ____,.,.-. ,w question and we would present it.
anvone who has ever studied these,. ,. .... n ,.
i ,;______.... j__.....__in all humility. But not as the
affairs can attest. And. most won-1... ,_
_,,,,, j last word since time has too
derful of all, you find vou need i ,. .. -___
. ,u .1___ r-.___.________'often mocked the purveyor of any
i both of them. Though one may,.,, T ..
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how often it turns out that both. ideas may arise as one answer to
are right, appearances notwith-'be given by the one people, as with
tor. you must not think
means you are not obliged to
your own defense. It is
this is a night of observiU
what is to be observed i
merely the automatic re
of a favored people. wni
observed is the redeop^J
people who have realized I
Continued on Pf
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ItS OF MELON IK SHROUDED III QUESTION
i ,,
Pdge 7C
I^Bia-LlPSHITZ
^ ,itl|e of the beginnings
1 city of Ashkelon,
iTh fa Mh,. Uwasal-
iCence in 2000 BCE
J name appeared in an
^document. In the Amar-
- ,1400 BCE). Ashkelon
ifedties "I'ich appealed
Pb,r.h for the assistance
ividers. 11 would also an-
A Ashkelon was leagued
L*d Lishish against a
fliiii ruler of Jerusalem.
BC Ranie-is II stormed
gnd took it after a long
L,,er. certain Palestinian
ing whom was Askelon,
^jinst their overlord. In
8gment< of Kameses the
(ofAshk-inn arc represent-
fat thai are not yet Phil- held A.-hkelon controlled the road The surrounding lands are
merthe Philistines (there between Egypt and Syria, and was fertile. Vines. olives and variety
^n> emigrations of Phil- able to maintain an ample supply of fruit trees, particularly oranges
atkgrwa)-of the Egyptian I of men. arms and food. Because (as I uw M.nw years ago while
.and the other from j of this the Moslems established I visiting the area) flourish there
neyhavcsiwn their name themselves in Jerusalem. Ilta most characteristic product is
.Me country. In 636 AD Ashkelon passed into the onion, as it was in the time
the hands of the Arabs, who re-: of the Talmud, when it was called
mained there until the end of the j "the onion of Ashkelon.
11th century when
Jews regarded Ashkelon as a for-{the nlain -*j l
eign city (Jews. Shcviith. 5. 1) destro ve5h? ? ""* gradua,,y
sequent* existed for a mng time Since then on!v2s lh.ve mark
in the surrounding v^lages 'h th ci u ,um* nave mars
When Jerus.ftm'wiTd'os,,,,, *Vftft5TStiPi" **?
Ashkeftn continued to be an im-I eweS fo\Z Z *? ^
portant fWoughtore situated hi SSSe church JndtffcifJ! *"
.ween the traffic and the wars of and C^S^SStiSSl
wo eont.nenrs It became a cen- stretching in a wide a wUh the
ter of Hellenftt.c culture and schol- seashore as baae. After The f is'
arsh.p and later became (he seat world wax. eJicavationTcanEd^
ilSSSES H. bV ,h PaleS,in ''M-lora.ion hind !
Ihmiighout the rule of Rome uncovered (he site o a large build
and the Byzantine Empire, the city ing with short column, the ancient
thrived and ever adaptable, quickly Senate House and the palace Of
adjusted itself to-the Moslem* in- Herod with manv valuable an-
vaden who transformed it into tlquities
one of their strongholds. Thus it j At present, the ruins of the anci-
came to play an important part in ent city are interspersed with gar-
the history of the Crusades. It was dens whirl, belonged to the inhabi-
h"fr.e. obvious that whoever tants of the neighboring villages,
held Ashkelon i-ontr.-i >< th. -.*^ t.. ._______
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I whole count
iDorthwanls from Gaza and
I the town and the port of
making it one of their
asters.
)n is not mentioned
like cities of Judah in the
[Joshua'chapter 15). but in
i of Judges (1 18) we read
captured the city with
Igrtant coast line. Some 200
tr we read of Samson at
lulling 30 men and tak-
: jirments (Judges 14. 17).
was the town of which
livid sang when lamenting
i of King Saul "Publish
the streets of Ashkelon,
daughter- of the Phil-
tjoice" (II Samuel. 20).
that the Israelites suf-
lireat deal during that time.
hkelon became subject to
i while In the year 620 BC
looted by Sc> chines.
the Persian period it
ito have been under the
(rt Tyre anil the greater
| the city, including its tem-
i burnt to the ground. Af-
sabmission to Alexander
(332B(i Ashkelon re-
y Greek settlers and be-
independent Hellenistic
its fate as a tributary
nined alternately by
ld Syria. Although a
of Hellenism, it pru-
[decided to open its gates
the Maccabee in 147
later to Alexander Jan-
Kceptcd many Jewish
I time of SinK.n Ren Sha-
fcwish population grew
[extent th:it in one day
j women sorceresses were
' to death b> him (San.
lllso Rashi) H rod. who
wn there, beautified
*ith magnificent build-
[the classical tradition.
'Wbreakof the great war
Home, many Jews were
|kre and thereafter the
the city was |
captured by the Crusaders. Jeru-1
salem and Ashkelon were once
again the seats of rival powers as
in the days of Judea and Philistia.
In 1187 Ashkelon was retaken by
Saladin and when, a few years lat-
er, he had to retreat, on the ap-
proach of Richard, he burnt the
Continued from Page 2 C
born when the Lords made a mir-
acle to pass and permitted the Jew-
city and completely demolished its ; ish first-born sons to live. I do not
defenses. In 1240 Richard of Corn-!think in terms, either, of my own
wall began the great task of re-1 participation in the Seder. Instead,
building. But work stopped when i I am aware, always, of what it
Fakherel din recaptured the city
in 1247. Finally, the Mamaluke
Sultan Beibars destroyed the forti-
fications of the city in 1270,
blocked the harbor With stones
and left the city in ruins.
Ashkelon had succumbed, thus
sharing the fate of most cities of
would mean if I were alive and
there were no Seder for me to go
to. No Jews to be with.
And I again insist that the Seder
abroad has educated me to believe
that the Seder at home is a great
thing to have. And so I await with
impatience the coming of Passover.
_..*..-.
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Israel is marked by Philip M. Klutznick (center), president of
world B'nai B'rith, who drives in the first stake. The shrine,
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B'nai B'rith martyrs, as well as others who will be memorial-
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The literary world of Europe j
or that part of it where freedom of
expression isn't throttledand of,
America is now celebrating the,
centennial of the death of Hemrich.
Heine. Germany's great lyric poet,
after Goethe, and the most influen-j
tial figure the Jews have contribut-
ed to the modern world of letters.
It was a century ago. in February.
1856. that Heine died in Paris after |
a lingering illness which lasted al-1
m him crippled and helpless. At the J
time of his death he was 58 years
old He M horn and reared in
DuMtMorf, the big Rhineland city
which up to now has refused to
erect a monument for him.
Heine, it should be said first of
all. was the most notable example
in the literary world of the tragedy
of the German assimilated Jew who
had thorouehly imbibed Germanic
culture and who yet was not ac-
cepted by the spokesmen of that
culture and was finallv wTenched
'Hin^'T Jheh un'Zkable these greater spiritual resources of ;of the iconoclastic. lm,
of violence of ^e ^speakable ^ ^^ ^.^ ^ won_me wh<) can ^
TT' ,r P. Zc mS than 130 year, ago. But at the same I sturdy lasting ideals. And I
, h L lSd into vSun ,ime h* did not consider himself son for this temperament
exile. Heine was foreedinto^volun- m on* of his essays .city on the part of H<
ar>' eX"e rZlin! SnLt\ he spoke of the physical dirt and precisely in his greaT
TV.hiK3^ wereTemnTto^ of the "barbarian ideas" he found | capacities. One of Heine's.
ttto^S?**^^"* the PUsh JeWS He h8d J* $
\totomH?totormmy'm to these medieval-minded whom Heine knew person
h h ZLh! J himSl as first Jews from another, more modern., survived him by raoretb.ni,
^ZTcAiSTl'^i^ culture and eviction. Heine's ter_ofa, century.
self baptized as a Lutheran for the *mb'vIa'ent.. f",iude ^T J?
sake of a legal career before he "Ost-Juden" (Eastern Jews. ,
repudiated both the career and thei f *f pra.se and blame to-
baptism, and then as a Pagan de-lather with a rather strong feeling
scendant of ancient Greek bards.; of alienation, became the attitude
and who only expressed pride in M most German Jews during the
his Jewish racial heritage during generations that followed him.
This little tot la happily at play in a Pioneer Women i i
home in Israel. Passover lor this child will be unlikij
other after Israel opened the doors to a modem redemh
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the last years of his illness, was
nevertheless constantly reminded
of his Jewishness by an anti-
Semitic Germany.
Every German-speaking .Tew you
meet in the world today, after what
happened to the Jews of Germany
After one has dug considerabl"
into Heine's writings, one comes
out with the feeling that here was
a great, sensitive writer whose in-
tellectual compass was continually
being found by him, found again,
lost again, and so on. Here he
and Austria, is the embodiment of;wrote-like a Jew, there like a
that tragedy which consists in be- Christian, m a third place like a
ing both culturally rooted and up-
rooted. Even the religious. Zionist
Marx too had a powerful ioti
more powerful than that of I
But since Marx was defl
his emotions, since he could t
and smugly cast away
doubts, since he could co
on only one side of life-
and disregard all other
Marx was able to build up |
ical-economic ideology
since then inspired nearly!
the world, the Coramui
even though Oimmunislsi
ways distorted his ideology
Marx could see only
directly by hunger-
"class struggle'- ideology.
with the perception of
Pagan poet. Here he is a liberal
. attacking the aristocracy, there he
German-speaking Jews who consci-lis denouncing the moneyed middle;could feel hate a the r
ously turned their backs upon Ger-1 class, and again in another place he sort ot thim;- besides
man culture could not escape that. refuses to rub shoulders with the, sexual Jealousies and
pain which comes out of the un-; revolutionary working class. Even:mnts- hurt pride, cl*
conscious, even if thev developed while the liberal republicans re-|ous traditions, and so^
I superficial adaptability to a new j'nrded him as their own. he wor-' Heine, too. for all his bit
culture, to a new way of life. They shipped Napoleon Bonanarte. call- j ng. at times cruel, irosjn
were not in the position of the ed for a strong monarchy and at-jCasm. cul(l >et Un mB
European Jews who had main-1 tacked republicanism Until the i the world around him a
lat times be very vengeful
lie (
tamed a culture and language of end of his life, one couldn't be sure
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their own. Yiddish, independently
of the Gentile culture and language
that surrounded tnem. At most,
th" German Jews could maintain
their own Jewish religious life.
Because of this greater independ-
of Heinewhether he would praise
or berate this or that religion, this
or that political party or economic
doctrine.
Though Heine had a powerful
intellect, if you look for intellect-
ence of the East European Jew. uai consistency and constructive-
there was greater spiritual ness in Heine you'll be very much
strength, less
other times quite
forgivingsomething
couldn't afford-
very' human You co*kM|
man like Heine within
framework and ke?p him I
long.
The consistency, the
tiveness. that we ill find
helplessness and disappointed. He was, like many.
more dignity among the Polish and other German Jewish intellectuals I look for itm Hemrich
Lithuanian Jewish survivors of the f the age of revolutionary ferment | therefore, not of tie niA
N..zi holocaust during the first half of the nine-
Heine himself acknowledger1 teenth century, a revel, but only I Continued on P*_
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1ISH JEWRY LOOKS BACK Oil LONE TRADITION
JEFFREY D. PAUL
London
Htion and repute the
y. community is a reli-
1 December 1656, less
!.. the right
^residencr in England
*published, a house in
L 0f the city of London
j-jdapte-l as a synagogue^
EL are In the region of
es in the London area
densely Jewish
I districts of the city there
H^ for membership
K^doxically. on nearly
with the ex-
some 200,000 are said to observe
kashruth (at least in their homes.)
The spiritual life of the great
majority of the Anglo-Jewish com-
munity revolves around the Chief
Rabbinate and the United Syna-
gogue, which embraces most of the
larger of London's Ashkenazi con-
gregations, and which resulted
from the amalgamation of a num-
ber of London communities in
1870. It is on the shoulders of the
United Synagogue that the greater
part of the cost of the maintenance
of the Chief Rabbinate falls. It also
maintains a large net-work of wel-
fare organizations.
The Sephardic Community, the
community of Spanish and Portu
K. of the year.
Til the New Year and the | guese Jews, is small in comparison
! Atonement.
thousands of
seats are vacant. This
J repeated in the provin-
j'from a declining number
BVto,mo.<.t of them in their
and later years, the Jews
in find the call of business
presSing than that of tradi-
Orthodoxy. Some Liberal
-form synagogues, taking
He of this fact, hold their
services on Sundays.
an takes advantage of the
[church services published by
[ Sunday newspaper to ad-
iBembers of the fact.
yet, despite the poor at-
at the majority of syna-
k others aspects of Jewish
|ous practice are still honored
i large majority; few are the
in which Sabbath candles
tbland from which the sons
celebrate their Bar Mitz-
of London's 350.000 Jews,
with the Ashkenazibut closely-
knit congregation. It is under the
ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the
Haham but its affairs are still
regulated by laws, Ascamot, first
drawn up in 1663 but since revised.
The "Cathedral" synagogue of the
Sephardic community is Bevis
Marks in the city of London, found-
ed in 1699 and the oldest extant
synagogue in this country.
Two other important synagogue
organizations in L o n d o o,both
Ashkenaziare the Federation of
Synagogues, established in 1187 to
serve the then more "foreign" ele-
ments of the community, and the
Union of Orthodox Hebrew Con-
gregations which is celebrating its
thirtieth anniversary. The Federa-
tion had as one of its founding
aims the reduction of the "number
of charity funerals by securing
burials at moderate cost." The
Union sees itself as the protector
and protagonist of strict Orthodoxy

10*
I
o B'rith youth leader from England, Stanley Yudolph Geft)
p-neied on workings of American representative govern-
P by Sen. Richard L. Neuberger of Oregon. During a visit
Washington, DC, Yudolph. president of the B'nai B'rith
4 Organization in Great Britain and Ireland, and second-
kw student at the University of Leeds, brought Sen.
r fa-eternal greetings from his organization.
and maintains its own board of
education, kashruth committee,
etc. There are also many inde-
pendent synagogues, the majority
of them in the provinces.
The Reform and Liberal syna-
gogues have been long-established
in this country compared with
similar groups in other countries.
The Reform movement was found-
ed in 1840 by a number of promi-
nent Sephardim who resolved to
establish a place of worship which
would be "British." rather than
"Sephardi" or "Ashkenazi," and
where "a revised service may be
performed at hours more suited to
our habits and in a manner more
calculated to inspire feelings of
devotion .." In 1910, the Liberal
Jewish congregation was founded
and has since established syna-
gogues in several London urban
districts and the provinces.
British law has never discrimin-
ated against the Jew's practice of
his religion. Indeed, a number of
statutes make special provision
whereby he will not suffer finan-
cial loss or diminution of his citi-
zenship rights. For example, and
in contrast to the general require-
ments of the law, any person of the
Jewish religion in business as a
purveyor of kosher meator as a
hairdresserwho closes his busi-
ness on the Sabbath, may carry on
business on a Sunday.
A Jewish employer of factory or
workshop labor who closes on the
i Sabbath until sunset may employ
j women or young persons from sun-
set until 9 p.m. on Saturday: or if
he closes for the whole of the
Saturday, may employ women or
young persons for an extra hour
on other days of the week.
In a court of law, a Jew may take
the oath on the Pentateuch and has
the privilege of covering his head
while doing so; arrangements are
made to excuse Jews from attend-
ing courts on the Sabbath. In com-
mon with other dissenters from the
predominant faith, Jewish children
may be withdrawn from school-
rooms during periods of religious
instruction or collective prayer.
* Many in the community ascribe
the falling off in religious observ-
ance to the lack of sufficiently
{trained and personable spiritual
leaders. Congregations within the
United Synagogue and the Sephar-
dic community maintain Jews' Col-
lege for the purpose of training
young men for the clergy, but the
demand for rabbis and ministers
today far exceeds the supply.
A commission set up nearly
three years ago to inquire into the
reason for paucity of ministerial
candidates reported three major
findings: there did not appear to
be, either among parents or their
sons, any sense of a call to service
for Judaism; secondly, as the aver-
age member of the community
grew in affluence, ""his ambitions
for his sons took a higher flight";
and. thirdly, the status of the min-
istry itself was such that spiritual
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about the growth of Tel Aviv and
Haifa. More recently. Americans
returning from Israel have been
saying "Watch Beer>-heha Now
the focus i> beginning to shift to
the extreme end of the-Negeb. the
Red Sea port of Elath.
On that first Passover, when the
Israelites crossed over the Red
Sea. it was these shores of Elath
that first gladdened their heart.
Then Moses sang." the Bible
writes.
The Egyptians are still around.
their cannons stationed in the
Straits of Tiran. challenging any
-hip- using the waters but the new
brae] is undeterred. You may say
th;it modern Israel has reversed
the ancient procedure. The I-rael
Hi- then entered by w;i> of Klath.
now they have worked their wny
there from the other end.
In King Solomon .lays. Klath
w.i- an important place. It was
there the Jewish -overiyn received
the Queen of Sheba. when -lie paid
her historic visit. Tradition has it
that -he came to pay her respects
to the monarch whose wisdom had
Income far-famed. Modern schol-
ar- think there was a business end
to the visit also, that it is very
likely that Solomon and the Queen
'of Sheba concluded a commercial
treaty, perhaps dealing with the
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; King Solomon copper mines for a
long time were regarded as fictiti-
ous: but. after the establishment
of the Jewish State, they were
found to be very real. Copper min-
ing was an important activity in
ancient Israel. Now. with the sup-
port of State of Israel Bonds, the
1 mines are being worked again.
Elath will naturally grow with
the development of the mining ac-
tivity, and that activity in turn, in
part, hinges on the development of
i roads and transportation. If trans-
portation costs are excessive, it
becomes commercially unfeasible
, to work the mines. The recent
building of the modern road from
the Dead Sea to Beersheba, fi-
nanced by Israel bonds, is a link
in the chain.
Above all. Israel is looking to
the development of Elath from the
standpoint of its facilities. Many
yean ago the fact was noted that
Klath. then existing only as a geo-
graphical point, was a potential
rival to the Suez. At the same time
this was regarded even by its ex-
ponents as scarcely real enough to
be taken seriously. But today.
Israel is serious on few things so
much as she is on this very point
If Israel is to develop her foreign
trade with Asia and Africaand it
is primarily with those areas that
Israel hopes to do most of the ex-
pandingElath becomes almost a
j necessity. In that respect, ii
; of reversing the ancient proa
; Israel is walking in the steps*
forebears. It may not be very]
' before visitor- like the -
! Sheba will come again to tj
conclude commercial deals.
To no little degree, it mm
said that Kgypt is aiding I
| development of Klath by the use of the Suez Canal It I
1 shipping. It is not inc
that Israel may -ome day be |
1 ful to Egypt for having
thereby to build up Elath.
'sure. Egypt is also trying b|
jvent the use of the waters oil
JRed Sea at Klath to Israel; ail
: she has cannons to stop the I
is. But the recent laying of I
stakes for the construction oil
port facilities at Klath shows I
: Israel isn't scared easily, tad
is going ahead with the bail
of the port.
To facilitate the general ii
trial expansion of the Elath an
is being proposed to exempt
industries establishing thesis"
in that area from income ti
Besides the port facilities and i
I per mines. Elath looks forward!
the commercial exploitation off
I fisheries. From the standpointj
exotic fishing, the Red Set
I very high. There are very
tishes there, ami -ome are
led as very uncivil, as far as
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Of TIE SEOER IS I RECURRING EXPERIENCE
Page 11C
4 from P9 *c
lull year, until the next
%L vehemence of their
Tis evidence of the deep
B-felt when a writer drew
"considered to be a false
H thal the villain of the
liorv is the Ecyptians and
IL. Egypt is llu' ma,n cne'
f^el has also been an im-
L bit of evidence to many
r,k5 My own children have
Jm 'The Haggadah certain-
U'lsn't it, dad' Look how
Cms hurt lhc Jew8, Just
C" There is, then, a topic-
Ke Ule. The Haggadah is
Hched, a fairy tale. It is
j meaningful to all of us
i children feel this, as well
Let of us.
ien to have relatives in
Ejmy own children have j
[that in Israel the Haggadah'
J in many towns and set-
\ to include contemporary
j For example, the story of
[is somctimo mentioned; or,
mner in which a kibbutz |
. io survive under handi-
lid in battle. When the chil-
iear that the Haggadah is
mes a chancing, always de- j
^tg story, accepted in that (
.. by the people in Israel,'
tact as though today they, j
i part and parcel of the en-
prish people. 1-rael to them j
j lew distant, less strange,
|of a member of the same
children who attend a
I in an Orthodox home have
| certain advantages. At the
[the table sits the head of'
hold, always clad in full,
I robes. He is in no special
I to complete the reading of
gadah and the reading is
with casually told
*s and tale- <>I the Jewish
perhaps in l.uropc. or in
|or in America. Each story
ously told and it illumi-
|apart of the Haggadah that
been read The children
trly brought into the story. I
|are >pokcn to directly. They
It becomes late, so then
Mrch lor the Afikomen be-
i promised rewards. Soon.
er that a tingle Afiko-
|hile traditional, makes for
Soon, in great good humor,
I child is permitted to find a
[of the MaUoh and his par-
"Tbt bime .1 reward at the
I the holiday.
are the bits and pieces of
*r that remain with the
[The large family around the
'able the reading of
,n the singing of
the telling of tales .
'on and on.
* 'ho anthropologists are
ben they state that the
Seder is a remnant of an older mm ni .? a w
more primitive traditional S|, "& ^*2?!Z**
gathering at which everything ll*to&^^^
pie. as they have evolved their Se- wbe"n tTkLZ? tJvT seelTout
der. have made something special its ,ocallcd origins
CURIOUS PUZZLE IN TRE HAGGADAH
By HAROLD S. KUSHNER
I have often been puzzled by the
dictum in the Haggadah where we
are told that "although we were all
wise and learned men and men of
understanding, it is nevertheless
incumbent upon us all to tell on
this night the story of the Exodus
from Egypt." What could be the
reason for this command, that no
matter how often we've heard this
bit of Jewish history already, we
must still repeat it at every Seder
year after year? Isn't it possible
that some scholars of our people
know the story well enough, and
would learn more from discuss"nc
something new this year? Yet we
find that even a scholar like Rabbi
Akiba never tired of this, and
stayed up through the flight talk
ing about the story of Passover. I
think we can learn from this the
deeper meaning of Jewish history
for the Jew. For the Jew, history
was never a mere collection of dry
facts and old legends-. History al-
ways served him as both a link
with the past, and a guide for the
future. ,
The Passover story ties us to our
Jewish past. We learn that it was
Passover that welded the multitude
of Jewish slaves into a people,
with a common purpose and a com-
mon way of life. When Moses, in
the book of Deuteronomy, is about
to tell the people of Israel how
God expects them to live, he bases
God's demand for obedience on the
I following: "When your son asks
you in time to come, What is the
meaning of all the laws and ta-
tutes and ordinances which the
I-ord our God has commanded?
then shall you tell your son. We
were slaves to Pharoah in Egypt.
|and the LoftJ brought us out of
I Egypt..." (Deul. 6:20-21) We be-
came Jews because God redeemed
us from the :'.r.:.y of Ejypt. and
1 we have naiilMl JWi because
jin every :e> .' ,n. we have re-
affirmed tin t> .idi'i^n, and passed
j it on to our children, at Passover
time This is what the Rabbis mean
:when they command us that every
man must look at the Exodus from
Egypt as if he himself had been
t/edeemed by God from slavery; for
j the Exodus is the reason for his
being a Jew and a free man.
The Haggadah does not confine
itself to the story of the Exodus
only, but, like every Jewish book
of prayers, its development over
the centuries parallels the growth
of the Jewish people. The vast
library of the Jewish Theological
Seminary lists over fifteen hun-
dred editions of the Haggadah, and
each one, by what it adds, leaves
out, or emphasizes, reflects its own
time. The Haggadah with which we
today are familiar preserves some
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but of the artistic sort It is only
where Heine, the- onliinenUUy
Ivnr and took- post * ! writer, exercise- *U control over
' Heine the man of ideas and not
the other way around, that we can
really enjoy him and see the rea-
son for hi- gnat hold on the world
of literature, even to this day. It is
>t>ie and form and emotional ex-
presskm, rather than intellectual
content, not what he says but how
tit- says it. that have kept some at
least "I Heine's prose writings
alive, to say nothing of the poems.
no matter how much people may
have resented the ideas he express-
ed in other writings.
Jewish .is well ;is non-Jewish
writers who have written on Heine
have often. I believe, failed to rec-
ognize that Heine the artist is in-
comparably more important than
Heine the intellectual who dashed
off short, journalistic, polemical
pieces in which he expressed all
sorts of contradictory opinions on
religion, politics and economics.
Jewish writers have argued wheth-
er Heine was at heart a Jew, a
"mohumad" tconvert) or pagan,
forgettinf that Heine was a great
literary artist above everything
else. Certainly "The Rabbi of
j Bacharach." "Yehuda Ben Hale-
\> and The Sabbath Queen" be-
long to Jewish literature, since
they present Judaism in a favora-
ble light. But many seem to forget
that if these poetic and prose
works weren't literature, if they
weren't as beautifully written as
they are, they would have no value
for Jewry either. Heine, above all,
created literature in the German
language, whether on German, on
Jewish, on Christian or on English
themes. He regarded himself as
the last of the so-called romantic
writers of Germany who also gave
birth to the modern style of writ-
ing. Whether or not he was right
in this respect, be remains a pillar
of nineteenth century European
literature.
"Send a philosopher to London
but not. on your life, a poet!".
Heine once wrote in one of his
most remembered travel sketches,
the "English Fragments." Para-
phrasing in reverse Heine's words,
one might very well say: "Ap-
proach Heine as a poet but not, on
your life, as a philosopher!" If you
approach him thus, you will not
fail to be thrilled, even today, more
than a century and a quarter after
he wrote them, by the earlier and \
the later poems (many of which
have been set to music by some of
Germany's greatest composers), by
the travel pictures of England, of
Italy, of the Harz Mountains in
Germany, by the Jewish poetry and
prose mentioned above and some
other writings. Don't try to pigeon-
hole Heine as an adherent of any
religious or political group; if you
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Showcase at last year's Tercentenary Museum in
displays, documents and photographs of Julius Mey]
neer of the West who. at the age of 13. settled in the 1
town of Omaha, Nebraska. Young Julius became
with thf Indians. Adopted by the Pawnee tribe, he wc
the name "Box-ka-re-sha-hash-ta-ka." In this picture
aeen with one of the Indian chiefs. Display s)
wide cultural experience of Jews throughout the
remain, nontheleaa. united by their ancient traditic
Passover is one such occasion on which lews eve
down at Seder, wherever they are and whatever
names or customs they have adopted.
> ism because at one time.
he had some good the
about both, forgetting
his other, unfavorable
things Jewish. After all, I
ing the asimilated envir
which he was brought up.t
can afford to he ch
Heine, at times sp
renegade and at other l
proud Jew, and also pnsdj
fact that it was we Jews i
tributed such a towering I
the literature ol modem |
do. hell simply run away from you
after you've read enough of him
and yoe will have lost Heine the
artist during your search.
About all we can say positively
about Heine the Jew is that during
the .last unfortunate years of his
life he expressed pride in his Jew-
ish heritage, though he still would
not call himself a professing Jew.
We should let it go at that, instead
of trying to prove that in his last
or even earlieryears Heine was
a protagonist of Judaism or Zion-
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is a night for guarding that which
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And this, we think, is the true
message, the unity composed of
differences, which is directed with
full force at us here and now. We
face crisis, it is true. But the crisis
is a challenge to a people who may
face the future with the confidence
born of a feeling that
protected mission, if they'
the courage to face the
tasks which are required I
are to redeem themselves./
has been made, and only I
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,23. 1956
+ 3v*Uhn^Ma~
Pagel3C
w.rp we cannot con-
Wb%ifected-"busi,
ni
m to appal <,irect,Jr''
f^d persistently. M;
#advance that Pher-
fS listen We know
J only that Russia spoil-
Sess of world opinion
"~Tr a is increasing,
ienier for the Soviets
, toore the represenU-
iiiani/ation or a gov-
Iten to ignore masses of
I continuously. Each
_ed read, translated.
Kj reported. First we
st our own conscience,
. hope that the Soviets
ijt in their interest to
But they certainly
*|to a nonexistent re-
ligious argument
,ple go to serve Me"
nt and least irritating.
, to go where their
J^-attend religious
We they wouldn't have
ltbe Sabbath and Yom
our request to the
Jf emigrate, to keep
Qnue clear.
Tfce end of World War
"(.Hungarian Jews were
_Fteleascil in exchange
.["trucks, bul the over-all
U the Allies forbad* the
present wo have less
ever before not to
Mily for our brothers.
[bo*, thank God, a buyer
|sh emigrant^. We must
Urgent appeal for the
-pf exit for every Jew
>-ha> relatives elsewhere
! u explore and dis-
^thf power of our aroused
maetiial operation.
Tent iclaxed atmosphere
Soviet Union provides
|the.mo>t opportune time
of our captive fel-
F if ve really care.
'(hi- Passover season
nature i- ab- it to come
fp, let us also begin
te care we -h;ill with
|#Nmi that the hour of
I for our kin ha- struck:
ptew of release for our
Uit.' pent up .Ii'wishness
If we show that we
I we Ina; be privileged
^r how to overcoriM hos-
IW peculiarly Jewish,
i\e. pacific
p^I force.
Wer-wTitin'_" mUBt be en-
The Committee will
receive lists of people
dw themselves to write
Mo letters a month. A
p nun should be desig-
"'Mch group f seven to
The lists should be
sent to the Committee for Release
of Russian Jewry, Room 903, 507
Fifth Avenue, N.Y.G. 17, N.Y.
It isn't claimed that the letter-
writing program provides a pana-
cea but isn't it the very least
that we can and must del
A delightful legend is current
among Jewish children. It claims
that the castaways will be led out
of the lands of dispersion over, a
bridge of paper. If we really care
and use the Bridge of Letters wide-
: lyt it can prove very effective.
Perhaps the very notion that, in
i in a world of postal service, any
nation can successfully isolate
itself from outside influence is
nothing but a myth, while the
legend of a "Paper Bridge" in this
instance may become true reality.
In the absence of one Moses on
the current scene, it devolves upon
each of us to plead "Let our people
go!"
EL*THCITY RISES ORE AGAIN
Continued from f*ego IOC
tions with human beings are con-
cerned. Thus, the shark is a fa-
vorite denizen of its waters. This
big fish has a very evil reputation
among some people as a man eater.
Israelis say its reputation in this
regard is exaggerated, and the
shark really has some admirable
qualitiesif not in the moral area,
at least in the economic. Shark
leather makes good hand bags and
purses, and the inner organs f the
shark abound in useful vitamins.
Elath has become also a kind of
experimental laboratory foe the
development of desert agriculture.
lit has a unique museum, devoted
.entirely to plants and natural
{phenomena of the desert. Israeli
scientists are experimenting
around Elath in the growth of
plants suitable for desert areas.
Elath stands at a scenic spot. It
I faces the Red Sea, whose name is
something of a misnomer. It is
'actually mostly blue, but there are
red tints in the waters here and
there reflecting the colors from
the surrounding mountains. Here,
' Israel once had a rendezvous with
history. Today, history seems to be
; repeating itself.
First group of Falaaha children to return to Israel since the
establishment of the Jewish State now leam the life of their
new land at Bessie Gotsfeld Children's Village and Farm
School at Raanana. Brought from Massawa, Abyssinia by
Youth Aliyah. they smile happily over the prospect of cele-
brating Passover in their Land of Redemption._________________
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n
Continued from Pae 2C
colony of Samaritans AlthoughJ
general!) described a- Jews, their'
appearance and demeanor di-
tingui>h them sharply from others
> i the Hippedl) IMM origin. ,
Much >f the Passover that Jeva
have ob>erved since the day> Hi
the Second Temple are still un-
known to the Samaritans. They
know nothing of the use of wine.
[ of the charoset. of rating the Pass-
over repast comfortably from a
well laden table. They know noth-
ing about the practice of reclining
at oae'a ease, or the many other
csstoma which came into Judaism
after the Samaritans had separat-.
ed from the rest of Jewry.
The usual theory is that the
present-day Samaritans are the,
descendant.- of the alien people
which was settled in Palestine by I
the Assyrians after the Ten >
Tribe- making up toe kingrom of!
ancient Israel were taken away in-
td captivity. However, modern
historical research insists that the
present Samaritans are not de- j
oend.mts of the idol-worshipping ',
colonists settled in the Northern (
Kingdom by the conquerors of Sa-
mnrla Nor. are they to be identi-'
fied with the opponents of Ne-j
hemiah who hindered the rebuild-
ing oi the second Temple when
the Jews returned from their ex-
ile in Babylonia.
It is- the opinion of modern re-
search authorities that the Samari-
tans of today are really a tiny
remnant of an ancient and great
Jewish sect, still in existence, who
were always strongly religious.
with faith in one God. and who
strictly observed the Torah
The Samaritan religion is closely
akin to that of the Jews, the chief
difference being that the cult of
the former centers about Geriiim,
while that of the Jews centers
about Zion. and that the Samaritan
canon of the scriptures is restricted
Moshe Sharert (right), Foreign Minister of the State oi |
is shown just before his return to Israel recently,
special leather-bound album front Dr. Joseph ].
vice president oi the Israel Bond Organization. The |
contains photographs and newspaper clippings from
the communities thai Mr. Sharert visited in the United!
and Canada. Sharett's tour included a stop at Miami, i
the Jewish community learned about the importance oil
in Israel's drive toward economic independence.
Ephraim. with the city of Shechem
and its mountains, figured in the
~ earliest history of the Hebrews;
to the Pentateuch or Five Books .... .. ,. ... ,.
that here the first Israelite altars
were erected, and that these were
of Moses and the Book of Jeshua.
The later writings, including the .
- i ,k r> i ~a .h. 'he specific parts of the Land of < vary and ceremonials may
prophets, the Psalms and other : \T _, L ,. L / L ^
in Turkey or in Morocco, a,
York or in London, in Ye
Mount Gerizim. the rituals <
over recall the symbolists)
Festival of Freedom. Cost
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL
>i \m. vm i AlOf
and
KWIK I III K V MOKI s
"One in Your Neighborhood"
MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA
Promise mentioned by Moses in but Passover has always fctj
the wilderness. within the soul of Jews a I
It is this strange group, now liberty. It has always
beliefs and pract.ces. it seems' numbering a handful of souls. arth of Jews ,s cxprwadl
strange that there ha* existed the which continues to this day. to ob- :over_ that has ^Fnethtetf]
Biblical books are repudiated by
the Samaritans as uninspired
In view of the similarity m their
t uric 4 animosity between the
Jews and the Samaritans, but in
the .mimosity that invariably exists
between an original and a schism.
The Samaritans and other Jews be-
came enemies who despised one
Continued fromPe*'C|
To All ... A Most Happy Passover
MACK CONSTRUCTION CO.
6462 S.W. 8th STIEET
MAX STEIN, Owner
PHOWE MO 145*1
serve Passover in a manner which devotion to the ideal, of I
Jews ceased practicing almost two '"
thousand years ago. Today, on the
eve of Passover, their colony teems
with activity, as they prepare to
slaughter heathenism such as that
another in the very same manner *i_ch influenced the Hebrews of
as the Karaites- and rabbinic Jews ancient times.
hated each other in later years. They have a high priest, who as-
The Samaritans maintain that 'asisted by lower priests, carry out leaders -.!!( r from a _
they are the remnants and dsecend the Paschal sacrifice in every de- futility and m""*
ants .f the once great tribe of l"1' ** prescribed in, the Bible.. were given little opportune
Ephraim, and the split between 'Since their Temple was destroyed, ply the knowledge J "<
them and the Jews came about they have 'kiniseh" or synagogue much time *jJ*T
through the maladministration of where the religious rites are car-, and were compelled to put
the priesthood by Bli'l sons Fol 1*4*1 <' All their Passover cere- their energies into won w
lowers of Judaism, as we know it.! monies are observed in a camp'arduous scholastic preparai
are looked upon as dissenters fromI which is established on the side of, qujte unnecessary.
the pure faith of Israel, and the Mount Gerizim. Britain a|s0 has a number
forming of- a center of worship in The moral and spiritual worth _.. j0 not
Jerusalem by Judah is condemned of Israel's festivals have become a ;y*shivotn.
on the ground that the land of vital part of Jewish life. Whether produce a great numoer^
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
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.Match 23, 1956
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Page 15C
ISII BOX OF PERTINENT POINTS ON PASSOVER
[tflBI SAWUEL J. FOX
^itcurfom.ry.o Hick -drop
- from the cup "C *
i *e Pl9* "ntlon#dt
* 0f the Seder Paover I
I ,mbtr of an-wcrs are of-
W5 interesting custom^
3im thai i! i- a sort of
description and rcpresenta-
rhow the Egyptian* were
j in numbers after each
Ztt plague, just as the wine
tL in the cup. Others claim
I. means of expressing to the
[found the table that it is
E io avert this kind of
from happening to
Uriters claim that this cus-
|tf Mpre--ion of regret on
*t of the observant Jew to
wMut he does not delight in
Lnfall of any human, even
*jt be his immortal enemy.
L the wine indicates that
ffte loss of an Egyptian life
aidered a lo>s for mankind.
rV *
[fc v>mt people insist upon
Mb with their finoera?
f. .
LpUgues that were described
[jible usually carried the de-
~PHNrt they were delivered
(c "finger of God.'* As each
is mentioned, therefore,
Jlitts the wine with one's fin-
|tsignify the linger of God"
k punihcd the Egyptians.
?
H* it customary to combine
ioh and the bitttr herbs
|tat them in the form of a
Efchf
en? is a difference of opinion
Talmud (Pesakim 116a.) as
bat the procedure of eating
natzoh and the bitter herbs
pd be. Acording to the rabbis
; supposed to eat the Matzoh
iMy and the bitter herbs
Italy, since the matzoh is
lioned in the Bible as an inde-
commandment (Exodus
while the bitter herbs re
I only in connection with
"aschal lamb (Numbers 9:11).
i there is no Paschal lamb of-
I today the two -hould be rjis-
by separate ceremonies
it be mistakenly thought that
g of the bitter herbs ap-
| in the same sense as the mat-
I disagrees with this view-
ed claims that the two
I be eaten together since at
M where the eating of the
""barbs is mentioned it is men-
I*that they arc eaten together
the Matzoh and thw poce-
hhould be followed, according
Fl- even when there is no
P The later rabbis, as was
lB My other instances.
"tQobey both concepts and
*v directed that the observant
wwid follow both methods,
*e first eat the matzoh sep-
r^njhe maror" separ-
ately and afterwards we eat the
two together.
Why is It customary amongst the
Oriental Jows for the unmarried
girls to eat tho roasted egg on the
Seder plate?
Thjs seems to be an ancient
tradition and it is claimed that the
girl who eats the roasted egg will
be helped to find a groom during
the coming year. It is suggested
by some that the egg is symbolic
of reproduction. A single girl who
eata it may thus symbolize that she
will bo married soon and be the
potential bearer of children. It is
interesting to note that the girls
eat this egg behind the door since
it is considered immodest for an
unmarried maiden to show public-
ly she is anxious to be married.
CURIOUS PUZZLE IN THE UAH
Continued from Page 11 C
of the most ennobling concepts
which characterized the Jew
through the ages.
At the very beginning of the
Seder, we utter the "Kol Dichfin,"
"all who are hungry or needy are
invited to come in and share with
us." And this is not merely an
empty formality, for Passover was
a time when the Jew was made
aware of his communal responsi-
bility, and saw to it that even the
poorest individual would* be able
to afford his wine and matzohs for
the holiday. The full wine glass
and the empty chair which stand
waiting for the prophet Elijah
bring home to us the hopes and
yearnings of the Jewish people for
the Messiah, and a better age for
all mankind.
The words with which the Jew
for centuries closed his Seder cerc*-
mony, "Next yearin Jerusalem."
show the eternal longing of the
Jew for his people's homeland in
Zion. In our time, we have been
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reality. We can appreciate the Rab-
binic dictum that we should feel as
if we ourselves had been freed
from Egypt, for in our lifetime we
have seen the re-emergence of an
independent Jewish nation. This
Passover, our prayers must be for
God's help in rescuing Israel again
from the oppressive yoke of Egypt.
Passover not only reveals Israel's
past; it also points out to us how
we can prove ourselves worthy of
the tradition we have inherited.
When we read in the Haggadah of
the plagues with which the Egyp-
tians were smitten, we spill ten
drops of wine from our glass, that
our "cup of joy" should not be en-
tirely full. As the Midrash tells us,
j God was saddened and the angels
wept at the suffering of the cruel
Egyptians, for they too were His
creatures. Our sages tell us that
, each generation, at Passover time,
must earn its own freedom, and the
spirit of the holiday shows us how.
24 HOUR SERV| CE
Ip an effort to safeguard the basic individual human rights
of all North African minorities, including more than 32,000
Jews, these leaders of the American Jewish Committee flew
from Now York late last year for conferences with French
cabinet officers and leading Tunisian and Moroccan offi-
cials in Paris, Tunisia and French Morocco. Left to right are
Jacob Blaustein, Baltimore, honorary president of AJC; Irv-
ing M. Engel. New York, president; and Dr. John B. Slawson,
executive vice president._____________________________________
m Greetings To All
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m
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and
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i
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A time to remember

The Passover is a time for reflection upon yesterday. A time for
the young to question, and their elders to answer with the age-old
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for God's mercy for being spared to look ahead to tomorrow .
a tomorrow filled with hope and promise.
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issover
md Food
ecialty
[ly LEAH LEONARD
beautiful customs have
-d around Pessover, Festi-
Kwdom. During the Seder,
tLce an opportunity is
[w explain the seder sym-
the glowing goblets of
-Ah'komen. the Charoses,
-Her Herbs, the unleavened
i> of affliction." to the chant-
[the Hallel. so that even the
L child may understand
Le of our precious heritage
Jom.
flike to liken the Four Cups
> Four Freedoms so dear to
Lrtsin this land of the free.
Ct suggestion to add a Fifth
j honor of the New State of
find its first President. Dr.
I Weizmann. has taken hold
r parts of the country.
. are some recipes that
[make Passover a treat at
it
fcRFEL COCONUT DROPS
ip hrfel i- oven fr
Lp fin-nnni, ii I
: kite*
-ill!
"
M>c.n frali i rlnl
|bine Farfel and minced coco-
] a mixing bowl. Beat egg-
j with salt till the mixture
i peak then add sugar grad-
(while continuing to beat.
1 the mixture should hold
[ape when dropped from a
o. Drop a teaspoonful at a
i an aluminum lined cookie
[ at least an inch apart each
each with a few bits of
rind and bake 12 to 16
at 400 deg. F. or till
browned. Remove pan of
|i" to top shelf of oven and
I to 3 minutes longer for ad-
I browning. Let cool on the
V from draughts. Remove
l spatula or pancake turner.
[depends on size of Drops.
}Kil FILLED KNAIDLACH
' (A dessert)
. "Itom ** poutoen, dl< '!
pUr to rover
|mon wit
jjjM'-ti M.H7... Meal and Matao
|CJk Mm|
spmrli..,) short, nf (schnuslts
Iprelen-ili
jskejl nml pitted i nine*
scM tlmomlN
"P fin iran ,;,-, j Kar
l"'n i Innarmni
diced potatoes in salted
| till tender enough to mash
f*rth a fork. Drain well and
[thoroughly. Make a depres-
I the center and add one egg
". beating after each addi-
I Add a little of the Matzo
h"ure while beating till
Tj- When all eggs and Meal
blended with the potato,
*J tablespoons of the hot
^shortening and mix once
. cool enough to handle,
PJWls the sue of an apple
* n a platter. Bring about
II water to a boil in a
Ljwepan. While water heats
P,J*!nt- make a depression
P the balls, puce a pre-
[/"""ln center and drop an
" Bring the mixture
^nd the prune filling
ff 'nt the boiHn* wa"
H PlrtIy to permit escape
P Bd keep at a gentle boil
|Ct^"utcsr till dump-
l v ""l "" t0P Skim
R S w'"h a P^forated
* fh m a bowl contain-
ana cinnamon and ar-
Wlkin?kle Shpp, or in
^'"KPan. Ir,ale remain-
[twJ. !i,en,n" over *
K12I. ^ur"1;; ,ho baking
Tito16* at 375 **- *
m ly browncd 0r slip un-
r- fame to brown.
*|J PPlesauce. stewed
^ 15 Knaidlach for
^le\wH^UEII Miami, Florida. Friday. March 23. 1956
Section D
A few of the scenes illustrating some of the complexities of a
world-wide project"Operation Passover"which the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board has conducted annually for
nearly 40 years. Hundreds of Seders such as those shown are
conducted for 100.000 to 150.000 American Jewish GIs and
hospitalized veterans stationed in more than 60 countries on
five continents. Military chaplains and civilian rabbis must
be flown to isolated units in the Azores, Alaska, Iceland and
Greenland. "Operation Passover" involves 30 JWB profes-
sional workers, 20,000 volunteers on hundreds of JWB Armed
Services Committees and Serve-A and VAVS Committees
affiliated with JWB Women's Organizations' Division and 353
full-time and part-time chaplains recruited, ecclesiastically
endorsed and served by JWB's Commission on Jewish Chap-
laincy.
Unique Touches Combine to Make
This Excellent Coffee Sponge Cake
Involving, as it does, a complete
change of diet, dishes -and kitchen
routine, Passover confronts the
average Jewish homemaker with
enough problems to make this
holiday the busiest week of her
year.
It is only natural, then, that she
should welcome the time-saving,
work-saving convenience of the 101
Manischewitz Passover Foods avail-
able to her this year, particularly
since the variety and traditionally
fine quality of these does so much
to help her enhance her holiday
meals with effortless ease.
As an aid in planning Passover
menus and providing those unique
touches that add sparkle and inter-
est to holiday meals, the Home
Economics Department of the B.
Manischewitz Company has devel-
oped a number of enticing Pass-
over recipes in its famous Model
Kosher Test Kitchen. Some of them
are modern versions of old-time
holiday favorites; others are com-
pletely new recipes, created in
keeping with time-honored Pass-
over traditions. Try the following:
COFFEE SPONGE CAKE
1 1>\ Manlsrht-wltz Sponge Cake
Mix
3 MibtMpnona MantaelMwIta In-
BtHiit Coffee
8 PURS
', cup water
Add instant coffee to the box of
Sponge Cake Mix and stir well.
Combine and bake according to di-
rections on the box. Frost with
Coffee Whipped Cream, if desired,
for a dairy meal.
COFFEE WHIPPED CREAM
I' iiipn heiivy sm'i-i-I cream, ooM
2 tea*).....ns Maniachewlts Instant
I 'of'. I
3 tabteapoona siijrar
Place instant coffee and cold
sweet cream in a chilled bowl and
whip until it starts to thicken. Add
granulated sugar gradually and
beat until just thick enough to hold
its shape. Spread on top and sides
of Coffee Sponge Cake.
Beat egg yolks and water togeth-
er at fast speed for 2 minutes.
Gradually, blend in dry ingredients
for 4'4 5 minutes, using moderate
speed. Beat egg whites 2 minutes
at fast speed. Fold egg whites into
batter by hand until thoroughly
blended. Follow baking directions
on the box.
Manischewitz Passover recipes include this delicious coffee
sponge cake. _____________________________^^
Broth for Gefilte Fish Now Available
CHOPPED UVUI-FIUID 'POTATO PUFF'
Recipes 'Mother Used to Make'
Always Prove Favorite Try These
To our many readers who have
taken the trouble to write us how
much they enjoy the recipes they
read in this column, our sincerest
gratitude. Especially to those who
have told us they want to have
more of the kind of dishes and spe-
cialties "hubby remembers eating
in his childhood." Well, like the
request from a devoted reader in
Rhode Island.
From Woonsocket. R.I.. comes a
request for a chopped liver-filled
Potato Puff" our reader recalls
her mother used to make. Here
is a version of that type of mouth-
watering "pufl" or pancake which
we have found easy to make and
! serve with clear soup, roasts and
I gravy, or as an accompaniment to
almost any kind of main dish or
I "fleishigv"
Potato Dough, Basic Recipe
1 cupful cooked-mashed potato
1 egg, beaten
Meal enough to make stiff
dough (about 1 cup)
Combine the mashed potato and
beaten egg in a mixing bowl and
! sift in meal to make a stiff dough
which can be either rolled on a
i board or moulded in the
Continued on Page 5 P
A new Gefillte Fish in Redi-Jell-
ed Broth, for instant serving, in-
troduced by I. Rokeach & Sons, is
making its debut in food stores
across the country- For the very
first time, the jarred gefillte fish
is packed in a firm, jellied fish
stock characteristic only of the
true home-prepared product.
Instead of a thin liquid, the con-
sistency of the sparkling Jell re-
mains unchanged even at room
temperature. Spoon it over the
li.sh. and both are ready for im-
mediate serving.
This new Rokeach product, made
from the finest quality fresh water
fish, chiefly whitefish and pike,
comes packed in one and two-
pound jars, with four large fish
portions or patties to a pound jar.
1-2-3 FISH SALAD
(As easy to make as opening jar)
1 lib. jar Rokeach Gefillte Fish
in Redi-Jelled Broth
Tomatoes
Salad Greens
Arrange fish on lettuce, spoon-
ing redi jelled broth over fish.
Garnish with carrots from the jar,
tomato wedges, and crisp salad
greens. Serve with horseradish.
Makes 4 large servings.

CHERRY JUBILEE PIE
Pie Crust
V* cup Rokeach All-Purpose
Shortening
Vi cup sugar \ \
lVa cups sponge cake crumbs
Filling
Vt cup Rokeach Cherry Preserves
'a cup coarsely chopped walnuts
1 cup heavy cream, whipped
For Pie Crust, cream shortening
with sugar. Work in cake crumbs.
Press mixture as evenly as possible
onto bottom and sides of a 9-inch
pan. Bake in a moderate oven
K375'F.) about 7 minutes, or until
] golden brown. Cool thoroughly.
For Filling, fold cherry preserves
, and chopped nuts into whipped
) cream. Turn into cooled, baked pie
shell. Garnish with additional fine-
ly chopped nuts, if desired. Chill
at least 2 hours before serving.


Page 2D
+JeislincrkM&r
nd Powell, directors of the Bank.
located at 887-Washington ave.. in
elude Leo Adeeb, Miami Beach au-
to dealer; Max Boderman. real
estate investor; Seymour B. Lieb-
man, attorney; aitftOQ Sirkin, real
estate tawstor; Joaeph M. Rose.
Histadruth Ivrith of Greater Miami met at
Kneseth Israel Congregation last week to
honor the memory of Pincus Puchkoff. who
passed away five years ago. Rabbi Shmary-
ahu Swirsky was guest speaker. Mrs. Bryna
Puchkoff presented prizes to the following
students for scholarship, citizenship and
service: Simchah Assiss, Ehezer Nadler,
Chaim Lcuer. Ivriya Pollack, Michael Genet.
S. Genet. Nathan Steinhart, Malkah Shapira,
Shmuel MerimeUi. Reuven Deblinger. Shlo-
mo Bernstein. David Okalika and Judah
Ever, of Hebrew Academy; Miry am Schach-
ter, David Goldlarb, Aron Friedman. Shlomo
Ghcksman. Raanana Swirsky. of Beth El
Academy; Roberta Daum. Allen Burn.
Charles Novogrodsky. Barbara Cypen and
Suzan Schwartzman. of Beth David religious
school.
Miller Qualifies for
County Super
Xathan Anderson Miller, mem-
ber of the Dade county school
system for the past 11 years, has
qualified as a candidate for the
office of county superintendent of
public instruction.
The 42-year-old educator hat
Baptist Church, where he has been
a Sunday school teacher since
1945.
The educator-bu owner of Camp Sky Top in Rosman.
\ C. and consulting director of
another summer camp.
Beach Bank Lists
%Vi Million
Deposits of almost $M million
dollars were listed by the Bank of
Miller is a member ot Miami Civ-' Miami Beach, according to the
Han club. Phi Delta Kappa. Phi
Kappa Phi. president of Miami
alumni chapter of Carson Newman
College and has received a Mas-
been a teacher and school admin- tor's degree from the University
or for 20 year-. He was of Tennessee.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
MS MKMWAN A VINOS, MIAMI BEACH
faaa# JE 1-34M
Marc^j
hotelman; r ^ .
"r tl WeiB
Thomis A. n^'
executive.
The Beach's n^ ^
bank w,H paj. JH
*cont< on a <^M
*. DanbaUm^
cipal of Jefferson City |
native Tennc^ee and
director of practice-te^
Newman Col!<
Ifiller formerly wag with the
Dta, Ga school system ar.
He also bel Greater Mi-
ami Chamber of Commerce and re-
cently wa< appointed coordinator
for Florida Chamber of Com-
merce > committee on placement of
handicapped ;
'or l- a consultant for Read-
r.ew dean of bovs at Madison Jun- """ Dige>t educational service, and
he ha* authored several education-
: r High School, aft. g for
years in the same capacity
at Little River Junior High School.
He also was a ;,t Miami
Beach Senior High School.
A Dade county resident for 11
years. Miller lives with his wife at
6550 X\V 38th ter. Miami Spr
He it a member of the Central
al articles and has spoken at nu-
merous teachers' conventions
throughout the country.
Miller i< a co-founder of Little
River Youth Center, founder and
co-editor of the Dade County
Teacher, official publication for
county school teachers and past
president of Dade's Classroom
Teachers Association.
bank's first annual report, declared
Ben Danbaum. chairman of the
board recently.
The bank's statement of condi-
tion ihswi deposits totalling $6.-
42.1232 01. while total resources
were S7.030.622 80. u of December
31. 1955. Danbaum revtv
Furthermore. Danbaum reports,
the bank now has 2.405 checking
account depositor- and 1.3uu
n
Officers of the Bank of Miami)
Beach include D Lee Powell, may-
or of Miami Beach, president; Ex-
ecutive vice president Orin F
Rogers: and Charles M Volk. vice
president and cashier.
In addition to Danbaum. Romtl
Best Wishes
for a Happy
Passover
I M Ml |
PARAMOUNT BEACH GABLES
FLORIDA SHERIDAN CORAL
BOULEVARD SHORES CINEMA
01YMPIA NEW REGENT COIOMY
To AH My friends and Acquaintances
A Most Happy Passover
Lin Fong
Chinese American Restaurant
7321 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE UN 6-5588
Season's Greetings
HOME MILK
takes pleasure in announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami
thai they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with
Kosher Milk for Passover
HOME MILK
is supervised ami endorsed by the
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
(the only community-wide Vcrad Hakashruth, which is an affiliated
agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation)
Kosher for Passover
for Informofion About Kashruth Col/
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
TEU YOUR DRIVER OR MACE YOUR ORDER NOW
PHONE FR 4-7*96
*J AM I. PL A
.MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
FR 4 TOM


[March
23, 1956
JenfelUfrr**^
federal 29th
st in Nation
Eta* wd Loan Associa-
W moved up two places
the list of the nation's
\ sufh institutions. The
' up in order of size in
jare account dollar totals
Imber 31, 1955.
mderal. heade.l by Joseph
L president, had savings
l?697.86398 on that date.
to its savings totaled
V In 1950, the Asso-
jked 59th with savings
howoo.
feral, with four offices
t Miami area and more
) savings and home loan
a, has savings of more
0,000 and assets ex-
,J7,700,O0O.
| an> more than 6,000 sav-
| loan associations in the
Utes. Total resources of
rvtweed 40 billion dol-
t'has financed more than
the nation's homes.
stry celebrates its 125th
ry in April of this year.
Dade Federal are lo-
Outlines
rm Here
hPete" Smith, who has al-
ified for the office of
ity Commissioner in Dis-
:lined this week several
lujor points in his nine-
(tiorm.
i real estate and insur-
tutive who has lived here
I. stated that "I advocate
Icounty manager."
Ifbould secure a highly-
man to handle the ad-
live details of county busi-
government, and to
i the activities of the five
oners." he said,
didate placed great ent-
itle need to attract new
irable industry for Dade
expanding population
[constant demand for more
lnth Dade county having
(to offer manufacturers by
Viable land and good cli-
jstrong program should be
county level to bring
' here," he said.
spoke up for expand
Kion and related indus-
"ting out that aviation has
I of 25,000 people here.
I !> will also work "for
' facilities for the un-
>H thickly populated
as.M and emphasized the
searea^ "for police and
*tion and garbage collec-
I disposal."
areas should also have
nd roads as good as those
pwptlities," he said.
"Pete" Smith, candidate
r County Commissioner,
l*. this week named Dr.
^Pessolano, 63 Curtiss
111 Springs, to serve
manager.
* e PASSOVER
Mm
>Ute Neon
s'gn Co.
,N-W.2ndAVE.
^ONE 84,2549
| GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
$ E, 2nd Ave.
fit 3-5373
FLORIDA
Page 3 D
A Happy Passover to all the Members of. ..
The Opera Guild
We Wish to Extend Our Sincere
Appreciation for Your Past Support
ARTURO DiFILIPPl
Artistic Director and
General Manager
To All ... A Most Happy Passover
Gus Trau (center), donor of $25,000 to the Jewish Home for the
Aged for the> construction oi Gus Trau Pavilion, is congratu-
lated by president Abe Kurman as financial secretary Sam
Resnick looks on. Trau is a founder and has been an officer
or board member of the Home since its opening in 1945. Trau
is also a leader in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, ot
which the Home is-a beneficiary agency.
cated at 45 NE 1st ave.; 1400 NW
36th st.; 1007 9W 8th st.; and 5797
NW 7th ave. Dade Federal sav-
ings accounts are insured to $10,000
each by the Federal Savings and
Loan Insurance Corporation and
earn dividends twice a year for
members at the current rate of 3
percent per annum.
TO ALL .
PASSOVt* GKITINGS
CHARLES M. EWING
PLUMBING A HEATING
CONTRACTOR
631 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
Phone FR 4-0251
TO ALL. .
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscay** Blvd.
PHONE 9-4008
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GRAVES CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc.
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL JE 8-1015
1805 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Joseph M. Rose
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
1545 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Te Mr Many Meat's ami Atavaiataneat .
A MOST HAPPT PASSOVtK
James McRae
177* Nerthweit North River Drhro
PACKER PONTIAC
(formerly Trail Pontiac)
665 S.W. Ith STREET
FINE CARS FINE SERVICE
Phono 9-4576 Ask for Go*. Burnoy
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS TO ALL
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
Fashion Mart Bid*. 221 N.W. lat Court
Miami
The Julius Jay; Perlmutters
AW. and MRS. At HtMAN of fhe
HI-GRADE FOOD CO.
7200 N.W. 29th Ave. MIAMI Phono NE 5-0R7S
Extend Best Wishes To All Tneir Friends mad Porrons Far A Hmmmy P.ssover
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Phone 83-7179
BEAUTY SALON
Air-Conditioned
72 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Abbe Venetian Blind. Inc.
263 N.W. 5th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 9-9751
HAPPY PASSOVtR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AMD PATRONS
COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLY CO.
54 SOUTHWEST SIXTH STREET
TELEPHONE 2-6444
CRltTINGS
ELIZABETH MORRISON
------FLORIST------
705 N.E. 125th Street Phono Day PL 7-7320 Ni|ht PL 74044
r--------------.......................................1 To AH...
Season's Rest Wishes
*
AIR FILTER SALES & SERVICE
OF FLORIDA, INC.
1 IIIWP BIT FAR* COHPArfT"
4935 EAST 10th COURT
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Phone MU 8-2232 !>--- -..................

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^JmistJkridiair
Miami Friends of Torah Schools
For Israel Will Honor Klein Here
Stephen Klein, president of Bar-
ton's Bonbonniere. New York City,
and national chairman of Torah
Schools for Israel, will be honored
at a testimonial dinner Saturday.
War. 31, it was announced by David
Levinson, chairman of the dinner
committee.
Dinner will take place in Wald-
man*s Crown hotel, sponsored by
the Greater Miami Friends of Tor-
ah Schools for I>rael. The affair
1 climax the Greater Miami
drive to help support the more than
2b.OOO children now enrolled in
this independent school system in
the state of braeL
Klein, who emigrated to the
United states with his family from
ma in 1039. hardy escaping
terror, has in the span of a
period of time built a chain
5 retail candy stores in d
New York, Newark, Philadelphia
Detroit. Vdhei to
Sabbath, all of the
and fact
closed h and Jewish
I
Levinson, in di \ the na-
ol the '
-.. from the moment ol his ar-
rival in this count i into
iiold commui tivities cm
: his Ji u ish brethren in
i>! In- many duties as ;
i ; i i an expanding business "
World War II. Klein was
pied with the task of trans-
ng Jews via the underground
German ioncentiation ramp-
neutral countries Immediate-
ly alter the war. he left his busi-
and family and went to Kur-
for a period ol six months to
n the | ol Displ
visas through the State
Department.
DC of Mr. Klein- proude-t
:>." Levinson pointed out.
- a special citation from then
tary of Slate Dean Ach--.ni
fur his outstanding humanitarian
m Germany."
Levinson said that "Klein i> l>e-
honored primarily for his pio-
neering achievements in the field
wish education.
nth sen vice
he Jewish Education
In New York City;
Federation of Jewish
ties, New York City; board
man. Yeshiva University; na-
I chairman, Torah Umesorah
\ tional Society for Hebrew Das
ols; trustee, Crown Hi
iva; director. City Colic
York Hillel; director, Mai
I
i mbers of 'he dinner commit-
here : . Simon April, i,
Becker, Herman Basch,
Charles Bender. Siegfried Bend-
heim. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel, Rabbi Isaac H.
Fver, Saul Finkelstein, Rabbi Al-
exander S. Gross, Samuel M.
Grundwen!. Rabbi Leo Heim. Rab-
bi Abraham Herson. Rabbi B Leoil
iHurwitz. Harry Jackson, Simon
Kaplan. Aaron S. Lauer. Rabbi Irv-
, ing Lohrman
Rabbi Samuel I.erer. Dr Irwin
H. Ifakovaky, Rabbi Morton Ma-
lovsky, Rabbi Henry Okolica. l-i
dore Pass, Rabbi Joseph K. Rackov
iky, Samuel Keinhartl. Harry Ros-
enberg, Murray Rosenberg, Rabbi
H. Louis Rottnun, Ivan Salomon,
Harrj Bchwartt RMbi Davi I Sha-
piro, lion Harold Shapiro, Rabbi
Morn- A SkOR, Rabbi HOOT Stern.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky tod
Morn- Weinstein.
J^oy. Mord,
| of 1956, instead of the horse-and-
buggy days." he said. a rally and rec^S **
Gordon said a Miami Beach head- Mason. '
quarters will bTop^T^
rHy and rer*^ *M
STIPHIH KLHN
NOW
SUaAL
ROEBUCK AND CO
fl STORES a
..Wish You A
HAPPY PASSOVER
Biscoyne Boulevard
at 13th Street
5411
Carol Wo, 41
jl tie] J
Gordon to Direct
Meson Campaign
Edwin I eo "Fil" Mason, former
justice of the peace now a candi-
county commission, DIs-
Two, has named Jack i Cor-
don 8S hi- Miami Beach area cani-
director.
In making the appointment. J
n said Gordon typifies the
rous, young yet mature I
of leadership this country needs to
Star! tomorrow'* problem-
today." Gordon, an Insurance ex-
ecutive and civic leader in Miami
i- president of Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion.
I believe in the election of
Judge Mason," Gordon said, "be-
we need to atari working on
our tremendous problems now if
we are to keep our appointment
with greatness, here in Dade coun-
t) "
Gordon said a modern approach
and forward-thinking are needed
pe with the desperate traffic
problem in Dade county.
"This j- 1 crucial election." he
said, "for if we don't get .started
Bond
Transfer Co., Inc.
Tracking
1944 N.W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE FR 4-3144
on long-range plansand action
to solve the traffic problem, our fr.M>,'**">-*****'^****^**~"r;^T
business and tourist trade might)
be > DOked to death in a year or
Mason has said that I count'
Important and growing aa Dade
county needs a regularly thought-
out traffic plan Instead, he added.
"the present policy 1- to give out
a highwaj scheme for few out-
; road- around election time,
like politician-' c:
"Let's take the highways out of
tics and put them in the realm
Best Wishes for Passover
.,;.. rnsru DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. 6, Mrs. JcfcoB" Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowifcj
Mr. & Mrs. Sol
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI COAL & OIL CO.
and
MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. INC.]
2156 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone FR 4-1
large Storage Rooms It Kent with Meet tails Itr* I Ip
PSSj
7o7
c#
XV3GUST BROS Ry
*^ Is the BEST.'

0
GREETINGS
THE PATIO SHOP
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
3640 Coral Way Phone H
TO ALL .
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
HAPPY HOUR
TAVERN
3680 Coral Way
PHONE HI 8-2733
-.!-/* M\- -l
ol

GMfJINCS TO ALL
Aaron Kopit
DESK
EXCHANGE
Phone NE 4-4024
New mni Utti Office furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
A Hoppi Passover To AH Our
fritndt ami Pctroni
KATZ'S KOSHER MEAT &
POULTRY MARKET
Tin+tt Quality Free Delivery
1896 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 82 8869
Wo Bo*. Sell and Rent
New and Used
Power Mowers end Trimmers
Pick-up and Delivery
Law a Mower
Center
Authorized Serviee and Parts
Red Clinton Briggs & Stratton
1S01 N.W. 79th St.. Miami. Fla.
Phone PL 9-3581
cmrmes
< oun.v Bottled
Has to.. Inc.
Service Economy
DeeeneeUlifv
tuhirt Kutin Al First Floyd Kroai
1234 N.W. 79th Street
Phone PL 8-5544
GREETINGS
MNt WITH CAM UU SINCLAIR
VEXETIAIV SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TTRES
370 N.F.. 15th Street Phone FP. 49457 Miami, Florida

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Dubuque Packing Lompan\
Dubuqut, Iowa
Packers of
KOMI I It BEEF
KOSHER LAMB
KOSHER VEAL
Wishes You a Vay HAPPY PASSOVER
y*
tepreseafarives
SAFFER BROKERAGE COMPANY
mm SAFH*. PresieW
24 Northwest Seventh Street, Pheew Ft 3 5443
MIAMI, FIOIIOA
Diifrifc-teri
MIAMI PROVISION COMPANY
2391 Nerthtest Miami Cos*
MIAMI. FIOIIOA
Phone n 3-2*43


,yj in Seventh
Ljversary Fete
Ln *** WTVJ cele-
f; .,-en.h anniversary
Cfn ocal live <...... *
Pint Mitchell WttJftg
r![4 which pioneered t'
FFlonda. ,> now a.-mblfci8|
IVi color camera, a color I
r, ;,jde earner;, chain, and
L equipment necessary for
Ljng color television.
^ialprc- preview of color
, was held in WTVJ at*
londay to launch the anni-
r wek.
*jQ*!&rk>rMton
Drink May
lorketed Here
Added 'Kick1
juices, including orange
Lptfruit, that taste like
a or Scotch whiskey, may
jkfled soon in Miami,
[product, which also may be
i to taste like other liquors
lich will have the same ef-
i being advertised by World
Liquor Co.. of which Maurice
|is operator.
i has revealed that he plans
[thi< novel drink into produc-
es plant at 1167 NW 22nd
[his indicated that the drink
! made from a wine to be
rtured by Florida Fruit
rs. a firm at I-ake Alfred.
Tis near Lakeland in Central
fre just waiting for the Lake
plant to get into produc-
Cohen explained. "The
liDmake dtrua wine, which
i alcoholic content of 12 or
nt, and then bring that up
lor 24 percent by volume by
}ing it with orange or grape-
andy.
product will be shipped
|and in our rectifying plant
add essences to make it
Bourbon. Scotch, a Man-
or Martinior just about
I you want."
aid the product will be
I in stores with beer and I
llicenses. and he predicted!
|it will furnish a great new'
I fer citrus growers in Flor-
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ESTATE EXAMS
N |10. Brokers $20. Simpll.
"Msludy course. Quettiont.
"thm.tic. Why fa,i and
PI 'or new eam !
ItffflUt L WISE. C.PJK.
TtS Ml. Florida
1 ,M* Ph. HI 6-2854
GREETINGS
II 1UPREE
and SON
|eal ESTATE
1300 Bay Road
fwne JE 8-5224
hio BEACH
"WINGS TO 411
N* Xursery
n* >it for Usr"
13 87th AVENUE
MO M630
ICHE&SID '
LEWIS
,3gan Inn
l^*ormll..N.c.
filling, as a dessert dish.
This recipe makes 3 to 4 filled
"puffs," depending dn size.
Located in the upper Bronx, the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine is the nation's first medical school sponsored under
Jewish auspices. Non-sectarian in students and faculty it is
the core of a $100,000,000 medical city. A report on the first
semester of its initial class and plans for the second class will
be made in Miami Beach next month at a meeting of national
Old-Time Recipes
Continued Favorites
Continued from Pag* 1 D
palm of your hand. Flatten a ball
of dough the size desired, or make
a depression in the center and
place a ball of filling in. Bring the
potato dough up around filling,
form into a flattened pancake or
leave it in round or slightly elon-
gated shape and bake on a greased
cookie sheet or pan at 350 for 12
to 15 minutes or till nicely brown-
ed. Below are suggested fillings:
Chopped Liver Filling broiled
chicken, beef or calf's liver, put
through meat grinder with hard
cooked eggs, fried onions and
seasoned to taste.
Swt Fruit Fillings may be
made by using half of a dried, fresh
or canned apricot; soaked and
pitted prune; chopped combina-
tions of dried fruits and nuts,
sweetened to taste; or combine
your favorite preserves with cake
or Matzo crumbs, with or without
chopped nuts, and use as filling.
These fruit filled "puffs" or "pan-
cakes" may be served with a top-
ping or fruit sauce to match the
A Happy Passover To All
Our Fr.er.ds and Patrons
Josors Pastry
Shop
444 41st St.. Miami Beach
Phone 58-5289
1098 Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach
Phono 86-1523
nSSOVUI GKEETINGS
Lang's
Service
comntrt auto ntPAit service
"NyaVcHMfic" Transmissions
Repaired
427 S.W. ltd STIEET
Phon. Ft 4-3*441
Ovtr It rears Some location
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR.
CHIEF OF POLICE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
WOW you can enjoy
1
iArtt
SEABOARD'* SILVER METEOR now features new and delightful
SUN LOUNGE sleeping eors, with GLASS-PANELED ROOFS.and
many other ultra-modern innovation,. Both the SILVER METEOR
and SILVER STAR now carry CENTER-LOUNGE COACHES'of the
most advanced type. Travel North in "luxury lounge^comfortl
FOR PULLMAN AND
COACH RESERVATIONS
dImm phono 6? 6611, or call
person: 173 t. Moalor S ,
2206 N W. 7th Av... Miami.
or 155J Washington A.,
Miami loach. W. J. HCHT.
O.P.A. pro>aiiv also
at Kay Wait. Havana. Nassau.
S Jamako, Puerto Rico.
THE ROUTE Of
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI SHORES
PERRINE
r-\^>V^V^V^V^V-~v^V'
INTEGRITY
QUALITY
and
SERVICE
Since 1897
Save At Byrons
Why Pay More
FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 9-3771
I
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR PR1EHDS
DeTARDO'S ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Air Ceedifiened
1211 71ft STREET, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE UN 6-2364
TO AU A MOST MfPff FASSOVEK
Abbott Gardens Private School
NURSERY THRU 8th GRADE
7705 ABBOTT AVE. PHONE UN 6-4818
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Honser Company, Inc.
Fir* and Casualty Insurance)
Florida Bond and Mortgage Co.
Mortgage Loan* & Investments
Honser Realty Co., Inc.
Real Estate Property Management


First National Bank. Miami
Phone FR 3-2648
TO ALL GREETINGS
GAFFNEY CONSTRUCTION, INC
JOHN GAEfNET
GUI NELSON
126 MINORCA AVENUE. CORAL GABLES
MURRAY'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Samuels and Daughter, Cynthia
1712 N.W. 36th STREET PHONE NE 5-3941
Greetings
BOEHMKE OPTICAL CO.
BINOCULAR REPAIR EXPERTS
fsfob/.ified 19 IS
Objective Lenses Photographic and ether Optical Instruments Repaired
3737 BIRD ROAD PHONE 83-0106
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances ...
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531


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*Jewlstincrk*lHi
Camp Tel Yehudah Accepts Applicants
.the atmosphere of cultural Zion-
Applications are now being ac-
cepted for Camp Tel Yehudah. Mrs.
Barnett Beckerman. chairman of
the Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission camp scholarship com-
mittee, and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein.
chairman of the local commission,
revealed this week.
All Jewish boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 14 and 17 are
eligible to attend. 'However the
important factor is the desire to
serve the Jewish people. A \ I
brant personality and dynamic
leadership qualities coupled with
interest in Jewish community life
and current affairs are necessary,"
the chairman said.
Camp Tel Yehudah is located
at Barryville. N.Y.. and will be di-
vided into two sessions. The first
sosion will be held June 29 to Inly
25. Second session is slated July
27 to Aug. 23.
The camp is a pioneering ven-
ture in creative camping on a co-
educational basis. Mrs Heikerman
explained. "An experiment in
Jewish living. Camp Tel Yehudah
offers young people an opportunity
to direct their energies, abilities
and interests along Jewish line- in
ism."
According to Jerome Schulman
citv director of the Zionist Youth
Commission, "the camp program
blends the best products possible
of American Jewish community
[life, of Israel and of American
! democrao
Daily schedule will provide op-
portunity tor work periods during
which time such camp projects as
| gardening, ground maintenance,
carpentry and facilities upkeep
will be IS8it:ned to campers on a
rotating basis.
A IMPPf ASSOV TO All
AMERICAN PLAN
SERVICE
Blueprints W Sp+cHkmtitt
AveilmUe tor Construction
2701 BISCAYMI OUUVAtO
PHONE n 4-0533
Bethune-Cookman
Choir Here Mar. 22
Bethune-Cookman College of
DaytoDI Beach brought its choir
.of 40 voices here to the Dade
county auditorium Thursday eve-
ning. Mar. 22. The television and
radio nationally famous concert
singers are under the direction of
Thomas Demps.
The choir was presented by
the Dade county committee of the
Bethune-Cookman College develop-
ment fund.
BAKER'S
MIAMI CARPET CLEANING CO.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Phone FR 4 2921
Ml. JOHN A. BAKER, Owner
CM AUK MIAMI'S OlDfST and LAROfST
A HAPPY PASSOVER
University
of Miami
CORAL GABLES
AM'"rP.*J
FIRE CHI
Miami Btack
Florida
Crown Fences Meet Needs of Local
Home Owners and Businessmen, too
Fences in private, residential ar-
eas are rapidly becoming the style.
The reasons are simple:
To keep children from running
out in the street. To enclose an
area for privacy. To integrate the
modern lines of South Florida
architecture with the simplicrt> <>t
nature
Lloyd Spector. president of
Crown Fence Co.. feels that his
lirm provides the right fence to
almost any need. "Every
Crown fence i^ designed to en-
hance the value of property." he
explained, "and to be of a particu-
lar need "
Crown's pine stockade fence pro-
- a natural hideawaj in a >ard
It stands up like young trees plant-
ed -\<\v by side, preventing strang-
ers from peering in. At the same
time, it harmonizes with South
Florida folia)
Wood materials for all types of
stockade fences also are sold at
the do-it yourself counter ol our
shouroom-. Spector tddtd Show-
rooms oi Crown Fence Co in Mi-
ami are located at 2501 N\V 79th
st ph. 81 2578.
Other wood-type stockade fences
for privacy and beauty in the
Crown line include California red
wood or Florida cypress. Accord-
ing to Spector. a ranch-type fence
is ideal for a large yard, while the
basket weave style is good for
smaller areas.
But our real pride and joy."'
said Spector. "is our chain link
fence." This fence is the one Men
around >o many homes, schools and
industrial plants throughout South
Florida.
"Every Crown chain link fence
can be recognized immediately by
the distinctive malleable aluminum
crown on each post." he declared.
"We have found that this unique
decoration has come to be identi-
fied with quality in the minds of
discriminating South Florida buy-
Kach Crown chain link fence
is the finest we can make. Every
part, all fittings and materials,
have been tested and proved in
use b] Crown Fence.''
According to Spector. chain link
will last indefinitely without n rv
ice or maintenance. It does not
rust, rot or sag.
Another durable Crown fence is
the concrete rail Style which is
available in white or 'any one of
six colors. This type is generally
led when a decorative fence
i- desired. While the newest
products ol Crown Fence Co. are
ornamental iron railings and
columns. "Of tubular construction,
tlies,. new railings are rust-proof,
the best we have for enclosing
swimming pools."
Crown fences can be installed in
a minimum of time, according to
Spector. They meet and are in
stalled according to zoning regula-
tions anywhere in South Florida.
PASSOVIK GRW1NGS
Henry Donner
of
BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS
17 N.E. 14th STREET
Phone FR 4-6405
RABBI and MIIS. S. M. M\{\
MR. and MRS. MORTON STITSKY
STELLA REGINA. LEO JAY and JERRY HOW*
Extend To All Jewry
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Passover Greetings
To Our Many Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Peile
DONNA SUSAN and ANTHONY
Season's Greetings
PAN AMERICAN
Metal Products Co., Inc.
Metal Stomping* Tols A Diet Screw Machine Products -1
Die Casting light Assemblies Insecticide Stroyen
F.rnitvre Harlware
401 N.W. 71st Street
Phone PI W
BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSH
from the Foremost Photographers of ffce Soufil
252 E. Flagler St. in the Roper Building Ph. FRi
Crown chain link is usually chosen when
a durable, yet decorative fence is required.
A shadow-box fence, available in California
redwood or Florida cypress, provides pri-
vacy and a beautiful background for trop-
ical shrubs.
Sincere Good Wishes for
Passover
Dade Underwriters
Insurance Agency
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
3933 Biscayno Blvd. Minn!
Phone FR 3-8642
Passover Greetings
Superior Dry
Clvanimg. inc.
VAIIT SHOP AT COLUMBUS HOTIl
2004 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami
PHONE Ft 3-0541
INSURANCE FOR ALL
COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL
REQUIREMENTS
Phone FR 3-5761
901 NX. 2nd AVE.

To the Jewish Community in South E\oriti
Wo Extend Sincere Greetings
and
test Wishes
tor
A Moppy Passover
THE
MIAMI BEACH
KENNEL CLUB


March 23, 1956
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Passover
Greetings
RONEY PLAZA HOTEL
I
iKjned Jewish APP801 leaders prepare
Soff their drive in the Flagler-Granada
, shown receiving final instructions
"community chairman Sidney Stiller
(third from left) are Harry Shamis. Mrs. Stil-
ler, Mrs. Fran Lee Weiss, Seymour Liebman,
guest speaker, Mrs. Roslyn Benin and Jo-
seph Masters.
GREETINGS
EN W. SILVERMAN and MH.FORD S. PURCEL of
Coplan Pipe & Supply Co.
: a
3120 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE FR 4-1764
is Candidate
ace Justice
_ L. Perry, a practicing
[attorney, ha- qualified as
Bdite for the position of
I of the Peace. District 3.
t3 includes all of the City
ti south of Tamiami Trail,
Cables. West Miami, Coco-
ve. South Miami, and the
rated South Dude county
ngh Kendall.
f is a graduate of University
ni law N*hool and has been
law in Miami for the
lien years He served over-
be Pacific Theatre of Oper-
lith the Air Force during
|War II.
is been active in civic and
uty affairs, and he is a
member of Miracle Ma-
dge No. 321. a past presi-
! Isaac Levin lodge of B'nai
and has Nrved as a director
David "Men's club for the
years,
i holds membership in the
Legion. Young Demo-
pf Dade County, and the
, Florida State and Dade
rfcr Associations,
'stated that it is his inten-
i restore confidence in the
|)l the Justice of the Peace
competent administration
rTSPEICII
LOOKIXG
CO.
UTAH INDUSTRIAL
[AjnWited Contractor!
** Asphalt Ti/o
N.E. 1st Avenue
MffT/NCS
AN NURSING &
DESCENT HOME
'^BoyshorePtoco
,nk- Phone 9.7440
""A" K. SPKTOt
av'NC BERLIN
"'ioilrrafors
CHAPPELL*
Bi*ayne Building
MOtroN perrv
of office, based upon my legal
training and experience."
Perry's supporters Wednesday
revealed that Justice of the Peace
duties '[demand legal training and
background, and Percy has that
experience. He has made a suc-
cessful study of the duties of
the Justice of the Peace and
is a member of the National
Association of Claims Attorneys,
having attended a national conven-
tion of this organization where he
took part in seminars relative to
the legal and medical aspects of
cases arising out of wrongful
deaths. The Justice of Peace serves
as coroner and committee magis-
trate as well as judge of the Small
Claims Court in District 3."
Perry pledged "to personally in-
vestigate all accidents resulting in
death and to conduct coroner's in-
quests to reach a legal determina-
tion relative to the criminal prose-
cution according to legal evidence
and constitutional guarantee."
The candidate is 31 years of age
and lives at 2373 SW 16th ter.,
Miami.
6 I f f T I N C S
G ft E METAL PRODUCTS CO.
OmaMontol Ires
Grills Gates
Perch Rollings
Custom Mode Aluminum
Stern Shutters
29 N.hV. 143rd STRUT
Phone MU 1-9021
GREETINGS
S. E. "DOC" SPAULDTNG
WILDCAT
PHARMACY
5705 8. W. 8th Street
Prescription Pharmacists
PkMO MO 1-4550
GREETINGS
Reg's
Appliances
"To* con he SUKE, H if*
W 1ST I N 6 NO U Sf
12440 NIL 7th AVENUE
PHONE PL 7-7767
GREETINGS TO ALL
Hilton J. Landry
M E ALT 0 K
6438 SW. 8th STREET
(On the Trail)
Phone MO 7-2579
TO AU .
UASOttS OREET/NCS
SQUIRE'S PURE OIL SERVICE
Promptness is Omr Motto
Road Sonic* Repeir Work
Tire and Battery Service
Cart Ca//ed for and Delivered fr%%
3721 W. FLAGLER STRICT
Phono 83-1407
RIGHTEH'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE FR 3-2197
TO ALL .
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
We Specialise In
Hotel Contracts
Custom Finishing
Sand Blasting
Tropical Refinishing
Dade
RefiDishers
4980 E. 10th LANE
HJALEAH. FLORIDA
Phone MU 8-4541
rVhoJeso/e Plumbing Fixtures |
Briggs Beoufvwore P/umoing Fixfvrts Eljtr Plumbing fixturet
To All... Greetings _j
FRANK AREVALO
FREIGHT FORWARDING
133 N.E. 33rd Ave. Ph.9-4331
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Junez Construction Co.
General Contractors
2045 N.E. 151st STREET NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 816-7571
Holiday Greetings To Our Many Friends
Construction Products Corp.
BUILDING MATERIALS
MEW LOCATION:
6865 N.W. 36th Avenue Phone NE 5-0411
y
HAPPY PASSOVER
C. & H. HOME BUILDERS
"BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES"
3531 S.W. 12th STREET PHONE HI 8-5775
TO AU OUR f MINDS ANO ACQUAINT ANCtS PASSOVER GREETINGS
PAUL PAYNE
JOHN S. BLAIN
Real Estate
OLYMPIA BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA
Greetings
Phone Ft 4-3184
Architecture!
aWiffworiT
535 N.W. list St.
Doors Windows

Phone HI 6-0377


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+Jei$irk*JkSbrL
FP&L Raising Sights on Expansion
Outlook to Tune of $25 Million
An indication (hat EutgTOWing
Florida is expected to grow even
faster, was revealed by McGregor
Smith, board chairman of Florida
Power & Light Company, by the
announcement that the utility is
racing its sights on its expansion
outlook to the tune of S25 million.
At the beginning of 1952. it an-
nounced a S332 million, 10-year ex-
pansion program. It was hailed
as Ihe largest ever undertaken by
a Florida corporation but was view-
ed by some M I ibly over op-
timistic.
The fall of 1954. it became ap-
parent that its rate of spending
would have to be increased and
the program was upped $410 mil-
lion. Thi> week another S25 million
boot was announced for the re-
maining six years of the program,
bringing it to a total ef S435 mil-
1: d, up S100 million from the orig-
inal estimates.
When the program was announc-
ed, the company was adding new
customers to its line- at the rate
bout 550 a week. Last year
i!. pace was almost twica as fast
new customers were added at the
.it nearly 900 a week.
"We have to estimate and plan
for Florida's growth years in ad-
vance," Smith said "II tak< throe
years to design and gel delivery
( r. 'he equipment tor I major pow-
er plant ami the site must be da-
rned and equipment ordered
tl far in advance.''
For thee reasons th>' company
skilled research
that i constantly makini: exhaus-
t. popula'; v'h studies
Originally the 10-year prmram
called for virtually doubling the
pany's generating capability.
Latest estimates are that it will be
ir- re than tripled boosted from
503.000 to 1.892.000 kUowatta in
the 10-year period.
I.p-off that the company is con-
fident of the outlook for more
rapid growth, came earlier this
week when the board of directors
trr >unced a record-breaking 43':>-
n ion construction budget for
1956.
Back in 1952. when the original
i ate was made, the company's
construction outlay was running
an und S20 to S25 million a year.
The outlook now i- that its con-
lion spending for the last five
- of the program will average
e than $80 million annually.
This stepped up pace is requiring
pany to finance additional
'securities, and it has been going
to the investment market about
twice a year. Since 19+1. Smith
has marketed more than $200 mil-
j lion of security issues for FP&L.
He and his associates have car-
ried the Florida story to invest-
I ment bankers, security dealers and
'institutional investors in Philadel-
phia. New York. Hartford and Bos-
ton on many occasions.
He recalls that his first efforts
in this respect were not received
with a great deal of enthusiasm.
'Florida's economy was considered
'by many to have a doubtful out-
look.
"The head of one large Eastern
banking institution, who I later
learned had never visited Florida.
told me that they did not have a
dime invested in Florida, and it
sounded like he intended to keep
it that way." Smith said.
"However, today the outlook has
chanced." he added. investors
are learning that Florida'i econ-
omy is sound and expanding, that
there's more to Florida than meets
the eye of the visitor They are
no longer surprised at the rapid
increase in our manufacturing
rolls, the abundance of our natural
irese, and important growth in
agricultural income "
The banker previously referred
to i- now one of Florida Power &
Light Company's large investors
land he is a regular visitor and en-
thusiastic booster
"They are finding, too. that Flor-
investment climate is just as
warm and inviting as its natural
climate, that Florida welcomes in-
vestment capital, that its friendly
rnment encourages private en-
terprise." Smith said.
FP&L will go to the investment
market in April to market a $15
i million bond issue to aid its 1956
construction over the next few
' months expects to have to go
back again for more millions in the
fall.
-j^toy.Mard,.
HAPPY PASSOVER
E. B. LEATHERMAN
DADE COUNTY
COURT HOUSE
BERNARD SEGAL
Bernard Segal
Back in Miami
Bernard Segal, former Jewish
communal worker and special
agent of the New York Life In-
surance Company in Miami, re-
turned to Miami after trying Los
Angeles for six months.
"The smog was terrible." said
Segal, who has resumed his insur-
ance business in the new Colonial
bldg.. at 1001 SW 1st st. "I
wouldn't undersell I/is Angeles as
ja great metropolitan community
with tremendous economic oppor-
tunities and highly developed cul-
tural and social activities, but after
' living in Miami for six years and
extensive traveling throughout the
United States, the family and I
realized there is no place in the
whole country like South Florida.
"We had 'sand in our shoes' and
Miami was 'home' as no other place
'can be."
The Segals, and sons. Hillel and
Judah, now reside at 180 SW 12th
ave.
AMERICA'S HEADQUARTERS]
FOR
FOOD SERVICE EQUIP!
Supplies, Furnishings, Equij
f o r
HOTELS. RESTAURANTS, CLUBS, RESORTS
SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS. INSTITUTIONS '
such as
CHINAWARE, GLASSWARE, SILVERWARE, ETC
EDWARD DON & COMPANY
Phone FR 4-3125
1400 N. MIAMI AVE. MIAMI 32, |
StfffTIMCS
HAVEN MANOR SANITARIUM
EnWoweW mmd h*ip*mf4 RosMasttM ana* Transient feosMoUt |
24 Hoar Nursing Car* far Coavalascaats Invalids Aged Ktoistmil
6. E. THARP, Director LUES W. GRIZZAM, I
262* N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
PASSOVER GREETINGS
L L POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
1656 Lenox Avenua) Phone JE 1-3
A Happy Passover To All
Sol M- REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone IE 8-8551
TO ALL ... GREETINGS
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 NX. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
It is again a Pleasure To Extend
Passover Greetings To All
ABE AIXENBKKG
ciiiriNcs
C H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. INC
lsfklisk4 1*04
WON BRONZE BRASS ALUMINUM CASTINGS C. I. STEEL I
105-1 Of N.W. 5th STRUT MI0RI n '
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Utm
Leo Adeeb Chevrolet
15 TEARS OH MIAMI BlACM
540 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
CPtUINGS ON
THE PASSOVER
DORN'S GROCERY
701 WEST 51st STREET
PHONE UN 6-0351
BIST WISHtS FOR PASSOVER
ART LANDSCAPE CO.
1101 Lincoln Rood, Miami Beach
Phone JE 1-5132
ART'S NURSERY
990 N.E. 79th Strett, Miami
Phone PL 8-0979
Hmrtti Goldstein
Bernie Selevmil
Greefings To All
Skagseth
Your friendly Stationery Stores
114 N.E. 2na Ave.-2-4611
7936 N.E. 2mI Ai.-PL 8-0511
3979 N.W. 24th St.-NE 5-6581
1507 Washington Avo.-JE 1-0894
TO ALL...
GREETINGS
WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY
605 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Pkona 82-8473
----------
TO ALL GREETINGS
CHEF FRANK BARESSE
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Road
Palm Beach247 Worth Ave.
Phone MU 8-9258
2610 N.W. 11 W
MIAMI. FLORIDA
r i i I i M '
TERRAZZO-TILE CONTRACTORS,
utkBafl
John (Happy) Noawooa Scott Soathoro
PRO*"'
153 N.E. loth STRUT


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I A
inent representatives of Drug Division
CIA chairman Sam Heiman describe
in Israel and need for continued did
[American Jewry. Seated (left to right)
I Tom Segal. Jack Davis. Jack Jablo, co-
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY PASSOVER _J|
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
AUGUST FAMILY and
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
361 S.W. Eighth Street Phone FR 4-2792
chairman Sam Goldman, co-chairman Sol
Cohen and William Morrison. Standing
(left to right) are Heiman, Stuart Levine,
David Cohen. Bernard Marks, Jerry Goldin,
Ben Friedman, Ed Susel and Sam Rutkin.
Krance Seeks
stable's Office
fifth District
Mime devotion to the full-
uties of the constable office"
|rraiifd Wednesday by Detec-
iltocky Pomerance, Miami
I police officer, who rcsicned
tk to quality as candidate
bn>table in District 5.
B-year-old candidate was
I at a "farewell to the force"
by hi< fellow officers on Mia
\xh who presented him with
ill "for distinguished service
; seven years as a police en-
*nt officer"
in 192". Pomerance was
led in the V w York city
(Is until his family moved to
m in 194.3 In 1945, he join-
> Merchant Marine and was in
nwhen the war ended. A stint
sl'.S. Army followed.
Ion his honorable discharge in
I he became a mail carrier for
p. Post Office. Four years
Ihe left the post office to join
Tiami Beach Police Depart-
i III his first year as an offi-
(findidato supporters say
aact wa> commended for in-
king a Spanish speaking serv-
> Latin American visitors. As
ttlman in the I.u.coln rl. aTi,
easily singled out by an
_md on his shirt, "Habla Es-
t He ii reputedly the first
man to have received the
f Beach (hamber of Com-
Conrtoj Aw ird Lack in
Promotion to the rank of
m on January l, 1954, made
w_of the youngest to qualify
H HOl/OAV GREETINGS
from
I0RMANDY
SCHOOL
MIAMI BEACH
IM Hubtrman
1Q21 BIARRITZ DRIVE
"one UN 6 6111
INGTO NEW YORK?
S'oy ol Ml a.odar* 25.
lory hold. All rooms
Outiida tipoiur*. lorf*.
Bk*'lll lurnlikae
fix room* with kite*.
1 "II*. privet*
E both, IroaiSfcM
; doily. Tw* roea
IMCUl MONTMIV
ATItl
P '/--.** a
I>,.,.vR
WI..M.M
BEACOX

anee 'Tor breaking up a narcotics
ring in the area," being lauded "for
working 40 hours straight, includ-
ing his off day, to secure proper
evidence that led to conviction of
all four narcotics defendants in
Dade Criminal Court.''
; Pomerance lives with his wife,
Hope, and their two boys, Kenneth.
3, and James, 1, at 825 82nd st
He's a member of the Civic League,
Elks, B'nai B'rith. Jaycces, Men's
Club of Temple Emanu-El and
Florida Peace Officers, Fraternal
Order of Police and Miami Beach
Police and Firemen Benevolent
Association.
ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC*
FORD PARTS SERVICE
CARS AND TRUCKS
CECIL HOLLAND'S F08D
Til* Souths lorgesf Ford Deafer
1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami, Flo.
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Hurst Drilling & Equipment Co. "
SALES AND SERVICE 9-4776
1429 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida
ROCKY POMfRAJKf
for the post. About a month ago,
Chief Romeo Shep.ird cited I'ome--
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6-5860
Have your roof repaired now; you
will aava on a new roof lat*r
Satisfactory Work by
Experienced M*n"
TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES |
f. D. Grvppe A. M. Proud '; *W
G. & P. Supply Co.
TIME and SIGNAL SYSTEMS ^
3150 N.W. 7rh STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
. GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2875 Northwest Lejeune Road
PHONE NE 4-9761
Miami
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPfT PASSOVER
SAVORY BAKE SHOP
Morris Yoden Abe Klein Louis Melnick David Rapchick
55 M.W. 36th STREET PHONE 84-2022
TO All SEASON'S GREETINGS
FENIM0RE APARTMENT HOTEL
1200 EUCLID AVENUE BUB JE 1-9681
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Fields Kustom Kovers
AUTO SEAT COVERS TOPS. ETC.
PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
2341 N. Miami Avenuo
Phone FR 3-2389
SERVICE
QUALITY
GOOD WILL
"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributor, Llbboy. Owen.. Ford Glass Co. St Insulux Glass Block
1601 1619 N.W. 7th A*.. Mi*i 36. Florida P"o* 9-7581
MIAMI 38. FLORIDA
GREETINGS ^ jacr ^simAl*. President
Branilett Equipment & Supply Co.
800 N E. Fir* Are, """"TSB **<> *"
ZS^n SApp'U. for Hot.U.R^.ur.na. and Club.
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY J
MARIO HAIRDRESSER
Hair Stylist
SHERRY FRONTENAC HOTEL 1
537 LINCOLN ROAD 2503 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
T. S. BUDD
OPTICIAN
122 S.E. 1st Street. Miami, Florida
Phone 9-1451
262 Andulusia Phone HI 6-0291 Coral Gables
WW^W*W'WrfW'W'WAw**W'W'WA^W Season's Greetings
OVERSEAS
Transportation Company, Inc.
Insured Bonded
SERVICE TO THE KEYS
Phone FR 3-3615
236 S.W.N. RIVER DRIVE



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Letters to the Editor
Editor. The Jewi.sh Floridian: formed and all the other Vaadim
A- these lines are written. I am must submerse their identity to
concluding my second trip to thi~ over-ell ayenry. I believe, M
CrtJter Miami within the span of we all do. that ka>hruth ha
ivur months. On both occj hiis I one of the most powerful agencies
had the opportunity to acquaint that preserved the spiritual entity
myself with one of the molt sklleM of our people throughout the many
problems confronting the serious eenturie* <>f di minded people of this community, tured that deeper holinc^ which i>
r.ar:>'ly. the aggravated situation the ult m of the Torah. the I
retetive to kashruth. Durin my consecration of the individual Jen
stay I had many talk< with the nut only through ftbstl
rs el ill" Jewish Federation, but also through the daily diet
;i- well as with the rabbinic and which definitely and intimately at
lay representative i>f the various fects man's whole 1-
Vaadim administrating kashruth in j believe, a- we all do. that the
Greater Miami Alter a thorough prjce for ko-her meat i- the price
and impartial stud) I was fortunate p;11,| for ,t. privilege "f bel<
in establishing certain definite im- t() tne hierarchv ol Israel. I l>.
pr<\ements even as I have a few y ))()_ (n;it ,(, regulation of
pertinent suggestions to offer be-
fore I leave.
1 was summoned here primarily
by ihe A.F. of L. of which the
Ka>hruth Supervisor* Union is an
honored member since 1937. At
their behest I was able to organize
the Ma>hgichim in the various ho-
tels and packing house* into an of-
ficial union which automatically
will result in improved conditions
for the worker*, and above all in
h.ne*tly administered and strictly
en]<>rced and morally assured kash-
ruth for the housewife I wa> in-
strumental in signing cn'ract*
w ftl the wholesale meat dealer*
ttkeca call for the employment of
Ma-hgichim in-tea the supervising rahbi. i was
Limental, not only in rai-im:
decent >t.:rnlard the hour- of
nent and remuner-
; ut aNo in tightening the
: \ isioi) : lace W hereby
.! raotn will
-le authorities in the dis-
of kashruth
found much laxity in the
try field relative to the issu*
f plombes because there a-
control n them S
]V-he~. surreptitiously, found
refa poultrj 1 have
I instituted a central clearing
i r.ittee composed ol Shochtim
and Mashgichim. members of the
who will be solely in charge
acing them on the poultry, and
ther hand- will touch them.
A. in this will result in a definite
guarantee of kashruth for the be-
and faithful housewife.
t in>pector of ka>hruth ha-
been ordered to remove a shoehet
ediately from any market
e trefa poultry is iound. to
strict surveillance an
nistraUea will raiae the pres-
tige ol the word "Kosher It i-
my firm conviction that a
I Vaad Haku-hruth mu r Miami in order
the stain and the -tigma.
and the h>
that are entertained in the
'i mai y people about the
nunity. Miami i> a metropolis.
me extent, a Jewfam melting
pot: the eye* and the ear* ol Am-
n Jewry are focu*ed upon the
ide* and behavior pattern of
the-e two citio-
It i* the standard bearer for
many other communities to follow
and to emulate. Hence, to remove
I OUbts, one central administra-
tive and governing body mu-t l>e
kashruth, because of the spiritual
and religious sanction, must be
through and on a high plane with
no vagaries or elasticity of control.
Carter to Run
For Committee
HAPPY PASSOVER
ONE HOUR VALET, INC
ONE HOUR DRY CLEANING
THREE HOUR LAUNDRY SERVICE
178 W. Flagler Street
Corner S.W. 2nd Avenue
115 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Congress Building
239 23rd Street
Jerry \V. Carter Wednesday an-
nounced that he will run for Na-
tional Democratic Committeeman
It must be dignified in approach. fmm Florida
sensitive t< it* moral implication*, i ,_ -. .
sensible in application, honest In Ralroad and Publ.c Uili.es
method, firm in regulation and \ Commissioner of Florida at the
ethical in the stamp of approval. (Present time Carter has been
, ... 'presidential elector, delegate to
AS the executive director of the the Democratlc Convention and
Miami Beach
(Near Roney Plaia)

Kashruth Supervisors Union of
America I have dedicated year-
and years of toil and labor to ele-
vate kashruth to a high plane of
integrity and to restore public con-
fidence in the word "Kosher." I
Democratic National Committee-
man several times.
He spoke from the same plat-
form with William Jennings Bryan
when Bryan was on one of his
have dedicated my efforts to bring campaign tours in Florida.
the wavering and
back to traditional
kashruth observance and therefore.
it i- my fervent wish that with one
United Vaad and with united
hand* and united heart* these
solemn and high resolves can be
red.
Rabbi H Judah Hurv
Executive Director
K..-hruth Supervisors Union
Local 621. A.F of L.
the doubting | 'The Democratic Party." says
Judaism and Jerry, has always championed hu-
man rights, economic progress tor
everybody, rich and poor alike,
ever increasing educational bene-
fit* for all the people, and the
right of each individual man to his
own brand of happiness"
SEASONS IIIITINGS
Coral Gift Shop
Gift! .1 Distinct** Jewelry, Um*9 Wotcb RtpiriM
2231 S.W. 47!k AVENUE PH0N5 MO I
ro ail ctinmes
VIENNA SAUSAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE Ft
AUGUST BROS nYr
13 the REST' *
TO ALL GREETINGS
SHENANDOAH CANDIES, INC
PHONE HI 6-0831
514 S.W. 22nd Avenue Miami
To All Greetings
Eddie Green
ORCHESTRAS
966 HI. 80th Street Phones 84-4206 84-1973
SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY EOR A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
S C II IFF* 8 M| ARKKT
MR. and MRS. J. SCHUF
1600 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Phone IE 1-3751
jT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GP
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
HERBERT A. FRINK
MIAMI BEACH
JO ALL HAM PASSOiltt
JOHN H. BARCLAY
211 CATALONIA AVENUE PHONE
Tax Consultant Accountant
GREETINGS
from the
RED
BARN
CLUB
Northwest 79th Street
and 37th Avenue
ro oo* mam fminm ih miami,
MIAMI MAC* ANO THtOOCMOOT
ALL Of SOOTH FLORIDA UPON
THl ADVENT Of PASSOVER
HILL VOIIK
Air Conditioning ami Refrigeration
1225 S.W. Ilk ST1EET, MIAMI
2-1411
Happy Passover
Far East Rattan
SOOTH FLORIDA'S ONLY DIRECT IMPORTER Of RATTAN
FtON MONO KONO ANO THE PHILIPPINES
my Direct 4 Sv.
7SO0 M.W. 7fk AVE. SO NX 11* ST. mm> not|OA
TELEPHONE V-7421
Peoples Water and Gas Company
Extend Best
Wishes
to the
Jewish
Community
for
HAPPY PASSOVER
PEOPLES
COMPANY


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iting with Miss Celia Bloom, American
al worker who was director of the
[thens Home for displaced Jewish Girls
Much was sponsored by the National Coun-
J of Jewish Women in the years following
fork! War 11 are Greek Jewish girls who
| at the Council Home after years spent
concentration camps or hiding in the
melt countains. Most of those who have
rated to America are now married.
and their children were with them at the re-
union last week in New York City. Front
row (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Cohen, her
children Isaac, Jack and Louise; Miss
Bloom; Mrs. Leonard Korman and daughter
Rachel; Mrs. Walter Advocat and her
daughter Derby. Back row are Mrs. Jack
Beraha and son Elliot; Miss Rachel Gani;
and Mrs. Louis Kaplanides.
pings, Loan Men
lend Conference
Jjvin;> and loan problems and
solution:, were discussed at
iavings and Loan Institute and
oilers Society convention in
otaMar. 11 to 17.
po Miami Reach federal sav
I and loan associationsChase
Wai-hinqton wire represented
lie Savings and Loan Institute
[Controller Society convention
ktlanta.
ppresentin^ Chase was Robert
Day. usUtanl vice president-
tiller and vice president of the
i Florida chapter of the So-
f of Saving and Loan Controi-
Geonje Ilir-ch represented
Ftoiflon Federal.
Ikfi and loan problems and
solution'- \w re discussed at
[week-Ion.! series of meetings.
prGreater Miami savings and
|officials attending the conven-
w Philip Mank, national
rant of the is, Savings and
i Controllers Society, and A.
FNer. president of the Socie-
ISouth Florida Chapter, both of
'Federal of Miami.
IColeman. Coral Cables Fed-
I John Butcher and led Werth-
branch managers, Dade
Fl: and Thornton Saxon, At-
"Federal.
** or rhone Me
NAT CANS
J* MSWANCE NEEDS
I*!""*" life InwroiK* Ce. i
WAve.-'-of 5 Polnff"!
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MARTINIQUE HOTEL
6423 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
David S. A Eli Andron
PRIXCE MICHAEL HOTEL
2618 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
NASH MIAMI MOTORS, INC.
{nriu$
|mt'$ IAWN MOWER
SERVICE
I Factory Method
"^''"ttroin-Unfit
**' **. 79th STRUT
W PI 8-6012
** Teito, Owner
Meetings
""^ 4-9361
545 N. E. 15th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 9-2626
For the finest In Metal Work
JOHN STAMFORD A SONS
ORNAMENTAL METAL WORKERS
3615 N.W. 46th Street
Telephone NE 4-7918
BRONZE ALUMINUM IRON
j
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Rader Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
111 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 82-3551
Miami. Florida
"We Cover Greater Miami"
Miami. Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street
HARRY C. SCHWEBKE
AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS
Reasonable Rates Prompt Service
4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue Miami
PHONE 89-1646
To All... Greetings
MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
*
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
1141 So. Alhambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone MO 1-9586
TO ALL A HAPPY
HOLIDAY
JUDGE WALTER II. DEI KM AM
JUVENILE COURT
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
Physicians & Surgeons Laboratory
ONE LINCOLN ROAD BUDDING
MIAMI BEACH
Phone IE 1-0287
TO All. ..GREETINGS
Wilno Kosher Sausage Co.
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE
PHONE Fit 4-8422
A HAPPY PASSOVER
C. DANA WOODMAN
REALTOR
88 Merrick Way Phone 83-5234
GffffriNGS
French Benzol Cleaners and laundry Inc.
600 S.W. 7th STREET
Kent Cleaners and Laundry
One in Your Neighborhood
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A. ft TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE
Boats Machinery Office Safes Household
Concrete Pouring Move Anything
31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area
239 N. W. 26th STREET
Phone MO 1-6486
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO All
AM. tmi MRS. MURK S10TKIN of the
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
7S7 41st STREET, MIAMI REACH PHONE JE 1-4871
Best Wishes for a
Happy Passover
'i
/; ..... MIAMI F|PPIP



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LETTEIS TO THE EDITOR

Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
In all that I have learned and
know of the conflict 1m?tween Israel
and Egypt and the Arabs, "ne
point is not noticed. Whatever the
Arabs and her neighbor- have
against Israel is not important now.
The only question of importance is
why Russia and Czechoslovakia de-
cided not only to sell weapons to
Egypt but to help train an army
and use all the modern weapons
against Israel.
Is it that Russia likes the Arabs,
or that she doesn't like the Jews?
It occurs to me that Russia cares
for neither. I am acquainted with
the Russian diplomacy from way
back during the time of the T-ar
when the Revolutionists had to
compete in cleverness with the se-
cret police, and in outsmarting
each other, they developed the
diplomacy of guessing tricks.
Here is the first guessing trick
applied by Russia on the West. The
Iron Curtain even now shows that
we know only of Russia what -he
wants us to know.
Why am I connecting this with
the Israel-Egypt conflict' Because
it is clear to me rieht now that Rus-
sia cannot and will not start World
War III. Russia is equallv sure that
America will not start World War
III.
Well, with her knowledge of
diplomacy and ability to cue-<. -he
has spied the weake-t spotwhere
to hit behind the curtain in getting
a foothold in the East, by helping
Egypt and the Arabs against baby
Israel.
Maybe I-rael might have a
chance against the Arabs somehow.
but whatever can Israel do against
Ruia who is behind the Arab*1
And since the Jews are only hu-
man. >ou cannot expect them to be
shot at and not shoot back.
World War III is right at our
door, and Israel will be blamed for
causing it
Mr. Eden. Prime Minister of
England, must have advised Presi-
dent Eisenhower to keep out of the
Israel-Egypt conflict. Just as
Chamberlain allowed Hitler to take
Czechoslovakia in order to prevent
World War II. son Anthony Eden
expects to appease Egypt and the
Arabs with the sacrifice of Israel
Now, England does business with
Ru--ia and Red China. Her govern-
ment is more socialistically in-]
clined. much more so than we are !
Her masquerade of kings, queens,
lords and ladies may stay or go. it
makes no difference. But Russia is
gaining step bj -top without firing
a -hot of her own. and whether
Israel r the Arab- |tJa or lose,
Russia cam-, not only the East and
the oil but time to prepare as well.
1 que-tion what good our b.i-c-
will do in Europe, and all our
building up of European industry
will mean to us if England tun
Ru-.-ia. Will the Kngli-h peopk Of
any Europeans be willing to die for
Americas protection, since Ru.--ia
i- right at their elbow?
.b.hn Foster Dulles is rjght in
thinking that Rus-ia ha- changed
her tactics. She honestly can win
without a war. by letting others
fight and die and letting America
build up Europe for her to take
over. In Europe they have suffered
war and devastation since 1914. The
Maginot line didn't protect France
BJ more than our bases in Europe
can protect Europe now. I can
hardly believe that we Americans
will use our atom bombs to destroy
the world. I even wonder if Mr.
Dulles would acknowledge that
he has made a mistake in helping
build up Europe for the Russians.
For many years I sympathized
with Russia, but now that I am
nearing my eightieth birthday I
heartily wish to be dead before I
could give up the freedom of
thought and speech to any dictator
of any kind. I still think there is a
\\JGUST BROS ftw
Is the BEST' *"
Community leaders launched CJA activi-
ties in Bay Harbor at their rally Monday
evening. Feb. 20. Seated are Larry Silver-
man. David L. Rodin, Sam Corman, Mayor
Shepard Broad. Benjamin Kane. Sam J. Hei-
man and Sam Israel. Standing cn-e Benia
B. Rosenberg, Fred Levine. David Abel, I
Bert Peppercorn, Tom Kiavitz, Judge
Nelson. Jerry Lelchuck, Gus R. R-
George Sogg and Howard Miller.
way out by trying to keep Russia
guessing what we will do.
If only we Americans would
wake up to the fact that we are in
the same danger, should Israel ex-
plode tomorrow, as Israel is now.
One spark can start the conflagra-
tion of the Third World War. I
doubt if we will repeat the mistake
with Hitler in not stopping him in
time.
America must not allow Israel to
be destroyed because she would
thereby only be destroying herself.
MRS. SARAH JACOBS
Passover Greetings
Adr I man's Pipe
& Steel Co.
WITH BEST WISHES
FOR A VERY
HAPPY PASSOVER
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kay e
and Son
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Nathan Adelmam
Charles Adelman
Ily Coverman
AND FAMILIES
TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS
DOKHORN PRODUCE
Phone
2143 N. W. 12th Avenue
Florida Seafoods, Int.!
GREETINGS TO ALLOW FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
JOC STALLONE
ft tetfar Noe/ffc fef Mi Seafood
401 S.W. 1st AVtNUE
PHONE Ft
SEAFOOD AT ITS IEST
Sincere Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends for
L A Happy Passover
$
Mr. and .Mrs.
Goorgt* ChertLof
AND FAMILY
Hooey Passover To Tou end Tours
RAYMER'S CUSTOM BAKERY
STAI Of DAVID HAND RYI
end PUMPERNKKLE
1171 S. W. Itk STREET
Phone Fl 3-1653
TO OUR MANY VALUED
JEWISH FRIENDS
OUR SINCERE GOOD WISHES
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
THURMOND
MONUMENT COMPANY
-A Frieodrv
HI ALE AH MIAMI
(Member of F.DJ.C.)
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Telephone TU 84431
GREETINGS
LA HUIS CLINICAL LABORATORIES
550 BRICKELL AVENUE HUNTINGTON BUILDING
SEASON'S GREETINGS
;i;
.
MR. and MRS.
ALFRED STONE
and Family
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
PRINTING
ATLANTIC ENGINEERING CO.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
AND LAND SURVEYORS
4027 PONCE DE LEGM BOULEVARD
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
41 N.E. 26th STREET ,H0Hi n j5351
WATERPROOFING I DECORATING PAINT MFG. CO.
ARTS
1300 N.W. 29th Street
Jecfc, Jess*, Htrmmit ami Al Teiller
To All. .. A Host Happy Holiday
WESTBROOK MOTORS
Wrecker Service Expert Body and Fender Repairing
Painting and Glass Work Mechanical Work
T759 Palm Avenue, Hialeah, Florida Ph. TU 8-1486
Season's Greetings
CASTRO CONVERTIBLES
in Mioeji-Biscoyste Blvd. et 14th St. ie Ft. IIJNilll MM *+*]
In le.tone-Wi.tre UJ. 1 seeeti Duie'ond Federal Hioteiy
A NAPPT PASSOVEJt TO ALL ODD fwllMDS AMD PATRONS
PAPCO PUBLISHING CORP.
Legal Forms Offset Printing
2357 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
Robert Reesse, Pres.
PHONE HI I
Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
'The Responsible Roofers"
ESTABLISHED 1919
ROOFING end ROOFING SUPPLIES tlTAH CONTRACTING
f slie** l
Iff*
A. H. BECKER, Manager
222 N.W. 26Hi STREET, MIAMI
PHOWt Fl'
itiriffii
in end see toe MOST BfAUTIFVl r'lealef* Ream' ,fc*
Negro Dining Ream and Assembly NeM i ?" S"*
CAN SCAT 700 OUR LOOMGE NEWLY DECORATED
Mory Elizabeth Hotel
442 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miomi, Fks. 1o^o^ Oowed esd Operated"
642 N.W. 2nd AVENUE. MIAML FLORIDA
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March 23,
1956
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Obituaries
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' '.',.,, two ilatMrhters.
CTwnthxl n7 Mia*.
Mar. l t
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* with i. irtal m Naw
aEN OOLOBEBQ
K th- nl f,s"
i1I.n1 Feb.
petal 2*
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R|ve>rat j> u ^.hlnvtoB
ingamaiitaT.
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SAMUEL CLICK
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with l.ur-
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r>a> l>l, I1
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, l.rmh-
i ndrhlln.
I
Renrh Memorial Chapel, Flader St.,
with burial In Ift. Sinn Cental* y.
MRS. RAY OICKMAN
70, of 1050 Washington av*., winter
visitor, di. Ide i..... ii
Memorial chapel. Washington av*.,
wits In charge locally.
IDNEY J. OELLI8
5:., of 10*1 NK Mth t-t retired fur
broker. died Feb." 11 In New York
Service* were In New York Feb SI
He wit* a meml>er of Temple Israel.
Survivor* Include hie wife, RKh font
brother*, including Ait Ureen, Miami
h; and a slet.
IRVIN KLBIN
61, of 1?7S NK 122nd ter.. a retired"
merchant who came here from Haiti-
more iln-e yearx ago, died K.
He wan a member of American te-
glr.n. Klk.s and Mawinlc kxlKe. Sur-
vivors Include hN wife. Rebecca; a
...n. l.t. Julian: two daughters, Mrs.
Kernlce Rner and Mrx Harriet Un-
man threw brother* and four al
Mervtpaa and burial wer* In Baltimore,
with Oordoii'a Funeral Home iii charge
locally.
JOSEPH ABRAMS
-,. of IMI Jafferaan av* died Feb. II.
He earn* her* i>> vaara from .\t-
lantlc City and Ii aurvlYed bs his wife.
Zelda, two not brothera and
four a^andchlldren B< u... and bu-
rial war* in Atlantic rity. with
Riven h .Mem.ii 1.11 Chapel In
,. locally.
MRS. SADIE KAMINS
55, .f I in Lanox here
for 01 ......i b raa a
member of the Ladles' Auxiliary ..t
the Jewish \\ i Veti Burvlvora
In. hide her an- bund rYank; a -on,
M. rhert: i.nd auirhta Ml i
Cohen Service* RYid fiurlul wer
Phlladeli hia th N< i ip < rd
Funeral Home In ohanf*
ranfernenta.
* rent
were
arand. hlldren
M.i. .
ui vive Rervlcea
were Mar, i at Qordon'i Funeral
with burial In Mt. Waal ceme-
tei .
MRS. RUTH PINES
long-time winter realdenl hare,
''''' I MUml Beach Intel
ghe was th.. wlf of .i,h.
I Inea, Peekaklll, N V she was a
membei o( the Ordei of th* Ba
h and American Jewish
'.'""<" ivois ineinda, in aUdl-
to JudKe I'm.-, two K,n< hi
Puneral Horn*
lni<*l|lel|tH. i
In charge of local ar-
MRS. LENA BERNSTEIN
hi. of 2655 I'olllna live., winter visitor
no,,, P-or*,t Hllla. NY., died Mar. IS.
el, Alton rd.. In charge locally.
MAX FELOMAN
6S, of ll.'.l (dean dr., winter visitor
from Montreal. Canada, died
Hervlcae and burial were in Montreal,
tll.TI
Surviving are her buaband, Joshua,A With Itivei side-lleaih Memorial Cha|>-
and two brother.-. Barvlca* and burial el, Washing!.m ave., In charge localiy.
were In .New York City, with Hell-, -------------
man a Funeral Chapels in Ohara* local- SYDNEY MEYERS
Stuart ... .| (larhles, and 4,,m. s M,
itk,,I; '"'!' d,,,*WTs. Mrs. Je
J-(WiraeB and Misv nr|,- fiire, Pek.
skill; tin.
Children. Rervlcea wer* Mar. 11. with
Hellman h-uneral Chapel In charge of
local arrangements.
[mac
.el ai -
R
. Ill halKe
SMUEL HAPPlSON
t hawHn "

ill v
was
i ad at
...... sis-
f'hes'er,
S.rvlces
I each Me*
i le, with
MRS. BFSS'E LAURANS
I Fkb. '.'' at hi IM N'K
, !.i Is ii II < inter vlsl-
ii j:, Mass for IS
III] .1 : i "lent for
[ ember of
f -'. Hor >.....I Three
larhKlli M Ruth Y in
M T*^. I Ins 1'iseph.
I
I i H verslde-
[a>i VUen id., In
SAM LEFF
7^. of 110 N\v Itn I h M
Survivor. In.hide two soli-. Art hut
and llarrv. and a daughter, Mrs
Kalua. Servi. .
[lea. h MemtH il Chai-'. J
I st with inteilll. nt in Mt. Final Cell"
_______
SAMUEL ELIAS
ct of 12? trd I., a <> Inter i
rroni New Y..rk. died PI
,, ,i burial w.re in New York, with
id* Raacl
\\., hintiion .u', in char*;* locally,
MRS. MARY KAT2
71 of IMI Meriiligii are., winter visitor
from New York, died Peb 2\ I
a.,.i burial wen In New York, with
Rlvenrfde B*ach M.......rial Chapel
Vt'aahlngton ,.\. In i harg* ol la
ai I aligeiiu ntb.
ISAOORE RAPPORT
72. of fi'.'l SW nth i>\t- dterl-in a lacai
|| ,1 Mar ::. He i ..me from New
Tort and prior to his retlrein.nt op-
erated a Hot hint- ator* her* Bur-
vlvora Include hla wlte, rsertrude, a
son. daUaThter, slat-r mil! two grand-
children S. vi..... and htji-lal were In
Tor*, with local nrranglnents by
Cordon Funeial Home
S'.rv-
in Star
. SIDNEY V L^VY
I
k. rrt -." v
iijin.i-
PS. BFCINA Pl.ASNFR
t V. w Y.ak for
t \ i.Hal
. h inlaid.-
Mi ,Ien-
(a>naii. II. Is a sur-
Sinrr > \<..... i\.|, M
I with
|a bong I- .. \. u Y..rk.
SVUEL J K=-AT
I]
lver no. died

ktl.l .1.
H ika
f .. Ill Ml
. ho came
r. h :."> He I*
ii son,
Mrs 1.
Norm* nd\
('.iiicte-
MRS. ANNA ORAW'TZ
JT, winter \i>it..r from New York,
died Mar fi. Riverside-Reach Me.....-
rial Chapel, Normandy lale, was in
charge of local m raiujem.iits.
ARTHUR W. SCHLESINGER
IIS Calais dr di. d Mar I A re-
Inauram exai utlve. he cam*
. f.,..,, i,.
Is survived i.\ hla wife, A dele; twi
Arthur, Ji
daughter, \t- \:> |
.. ere In Detro
Mi moi i.,i Chapel, Normandy
of ks al arrangen
MRS. IDA STRAUSS
75, ..f II Coll n :. rlfi M "
di i : a. h m. ii...' al i Ihapel,
m ave., was In cl|
mi nis
JOSEPH KRAMER
Mi, of 6fi South Shoi. ,ii.. died Mar. 14.
id burial were in New \ .! .
with RjtversMk>-B*aeh Memorial Chap.
el, NuiMiiindy Isle. In charge locally.
MRS. LENA FARRER
.., of 1751 "'ollins ave., winter visitor
from Hound Brook, N.J., died Mar l^
Servi. .* were in New lliunswlck, N .1 ,
! ',| HJven i lr-Reach Me.....rial Chap-
sn, of the Indian Creek hotel, died Mar.
IL' in a hospital. He was a retired law-
yer, comma her* from New York two
vears ago. Services were in New
Yoik, with Riverside-Beach Memorial
chapel. Klagler at.. In charge or local
arrange men la.
MRS. BERTHE F. GOSSELIN
B2. of 2020 West Flagler St., died Mar.
II Servi.-ea and burial were In Que-
i. Canada, with Riverside lh... h
Memorial Chapel, Flagler at.. In charge
of local arrangements^_______^_______
ROGER EPSTEIN
1t M ii. ". ai Moultrle, la .
returning from I ill In, the
\... Mi He me he e if,
\'- i York and i** survived by
I. Irving; danah-
five i.roth, later r nd
wet .* M
. i i lome,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
JACK DRANETZ
:.s, of i9o BW nth st.. died Ml
\ retired cloi hlng men hanl i
five yea Hyannls,
. and is '. I I 'v il-.
Anna: tw.. s..ns. Allen and Si.ln.-v a
i.i.aher ami two grandi hlldren
lees wars' Mar ,( <' Hot don I
. fwlth burial In Star of David
MRS. THERESA KESSLER
71. of 7S Ni' Mth al di.-.i Mai
a hospital HI tt> years
fi im New York a daughter, Mrs
Rea..... r*i I* Ims ii. -mi vlvea He
w..e in Nashville, Tenn., with Rlver-
ilde-Beach Mem..rial Chapel, Waal
Invton ave., in charge of arrange-
ments.
MRS. MARTHA MORRISON
7h. of SIM SW Mth li'l died ill a hos-
pital Mar. :.. Sh. had lived her.- I!
coming from Cleveland. Two
brdthera and a lister, Mr* Tana Kats,
survive Barvlo Mar. 7 ill Qor-
! in. al Home, with burial in
Ml. Nel.o C*m*t*l |
H. WILLIAM
'Hi.-
f* 1! In M...
f
Tt"^^...
PRFNSKY
RW :" 'h rd..
. Clt} Mi
u'.i pnon
in New
I ide his wife.
and burial were In
,. M*BRY SHULTZ
VI I Royal Palm ..\.- who en me
SJSWjr" ai from Nv. Y.irW
P" II- a> ,, r.tlred dress
'iirfr RUr, vor, |,,,.illr|p his
I <-/\ tWl, ,,, wins: and
^rvlre* ami i.uria| were In
. With Piverslde Reach
|"'rTj'ip*l, Waahlngtoa ave., In
MOE SIMMONS
5S, of 210 th si r.-tlred sales
manager, died M.n : He w ,- a mem-
bar of Knights of Pythias Burvlvlagc
Ms wife. Belli i i son Donald
dmrgliter. Ann lei and two
brothers. Service- and burial were in
Saw York, with Riverside Beach Me-
morial Chap.l. Washington a\.-. U
charge locally. _____
OSCAR WEINSTEIN
7!. of 12i>:, Coontrv ciul. Praiw, who
came h.-ie aeven n- ago from Bir-
mingham, Ala died Mar I He wa.
., i.-thed merchant and belonged to
Temple Zlon and Hn.i B rlth B ir-
Includ* hl wife. Surah, two
aona, Aaron m.l Hllle; two daughti ra,
and Mrs .
l.iirle and eluhl aramli-hlldren Serv-
i, i were Mar l In Gordon v
Chapel, with burial In Ml Nebo < ."..-
tan
HERBERT PINCUS
47. of HI NB :ilsl st.. winter visitor
from Ne Y..ik. died Mai I Serv-
ice* were Mai I II ,; l eraidi -!:... n
Memorial Chapel, Flaglei st.
MRS. MARY WHITMAN
M, of '' <<> dr wlntei i Isitor
from New Y.rk. die.I M 'i B. I
in Brooklyn, with Rive
i, Memorbj el, Washington
In chaiKc ha ally.
MARCUS BECKER
74, tool and >ll- maker, passed nwaj
Mar. 1 at his horn.-. Ii50 BW Ird st.
He came here two years ago from
l...n.' Island. N Y. His wife Bophle.
a son and a daughter survive. Serv-
ices were Mar. 1 at Rlverslde-I
Memorial Chapel, Washington ave..
with burial in New York.
DAVID SAFAN
r,-.. ..f 7M 'oh at., died Mar H*
h.re u years ago anil ga -
lire I ladle* underwear manilfacl
Sun King are his wife. Hose; four
aona, s..i. [^.., Aaron and Benjamin:
ami two brothera, Including laaac, of
I I'.e.l. h, Seivl.e- Were III NW
w Ith Riverside Beach M< mortal
I, Washington av*., in charge of
arrangemi
JOHN S. SIVERTS
4R NE llrd st w ho w is civil
.... in i...Iga iif conalI uclion of
gS, of
englni

niv.*"RV DAVIS
Lk r,<"h winter visitor
|t"ch^tr, \ v died Feb. .
*'rf In It,., hester. with
"* n>rh Memorial Chapel.
"I, in course 0f |tl,i >rrjinge-
l"|I$-,"6BECCA GORDON
| J:"rsi,n ave., a winter vls-
" Nova s...tI,. died Feb. W.
.all Jn. Nov" Bcntla, with
i.n^, -V-"'oiial Chapel.
ton ave |n ,.,,
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ
lUr. fr",'v"" Pam "ere
local
eleht
Yn.C'"" ." "" Services were
l locally'*1' Wl-l'"igton ave.. In
^.J^niTwriROFR
lllllK -- -
k.*"f '',
"norlai
died Feb. J*.
In Riverside-
I. Washington
lX Utii
";;; :":< ra>. in a
ii
-*- tn hl
Mr??"''--
* fVb ii In Rlv*r*lla-
I. been 111 two
"juisslna Surviving
aa I Mis. Kara
.n, Jo
I Wa
MAX ROSEN
7. of UI "th st a winter visitor
from New York, died Feb *<'v"
Ices were In New York, with Rlver-
sl......lies, h Memorial Chapel, Wash-
ington ave., in charge locally.
MRS. CLARA BLATTNER
7ft, of 1H77 SW 9th St.. who came here
11 yean ago from Jacksonville, died
Mar. x. She was affiliated with Tem-
ple Israel and la survived hv three
daughters. Anna. Esther and Mrs.
Rose Rosen. Services Were Mar. In
Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel.
Flagler St.. with burial in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
JOHN DI8M0RE
R2, of IS.11 SW Uth St.. who came
here SO vears ago from Woshinir'on.
D.C., died Mar. *. He was a ware-
house manager for the Miami I '!''
Co Survivors Include his wife. Fay.
and one son, Charles. Services were
Mar. 11 In Gordon's Funertil Chapel,
with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
a ihopplna .enter being built in
Ft i-io.ier.iai-. died Mar 5. He n
i Paducah, Ky. Burvlvlng
are hi-- wife, Ronalae, a aon, daughter,
Bister and tw.. brothera Including ln*r-
V;,i.' of m -ni Ben Ii "' Mai I
in Rlverel.....Baai b Memorial Chapel,
t lajrli;
JACOB STEIN
nter rasldani from New i ork.
died Mar 7 at home. BIO Ocean dr,
Bj^rviraa wer* In New >..ik. with
dde Beach Memorial Chapel,
Washington gva., In ohara;* locally.
MORRISES. BROOKIN
1, died Mar. IS "' *"*
.. ,,f Mr and Mr- HaiTJ 1'.....
kin IB7J Met Idl n M ii ll
student al M ami Beach High S. hnol.
II. came hare with W* P.r*nta fr.....
New Yoi u i I y* ira ago He
.. ,i.,-,- of the Beach Brai i h, Oreatei
Miami Jewish Community i
.,, ,. Mat l al Rlvi rslde-
, Memorial Chanel, W
gve., With burial in Ml Nel.o I
I'D-_________.
FRANK BAUM
74 of 1611 Washington ave., winter
vtattor rrom N*w York for man>
died Mar. 14. H* waa a rotlrad
muaiclan and Is survived by a son
brother and two sl-ters BorvlCM we.e
Mar 16 al Rlv*mM*-B*ach Memii..
Chapel. Washington ave., with bunai
in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
HERMAN HOROWITZ
r.s. of 2i9u nw 17th st died Mar. .
He had been a winter visitor for sev-
eral season- and. last year^made.hi*
ers, In-
r Mrs. Joan Hoffman and Mlaf
Car I Horowltx. Services and burial
were in Newark. N.J.. vvlth ltlverside-
Hea.h Manorial Chapel. Flagler
in charge.
eial seitsi.nn > ...... -;
permanent home here. He is si
bv his wife. Cella; four daught.
t.
MRS. ANNA MetBTRICM
M. died Mar. 7 at her home. 520* Riv-
iera dr. She came here five vears aro
from Aabury Park. N.J, and is sur-
vived by a daughter. Mrs Shirley i"uw.
three sons, a brother ami four slater^
Services were In Red Rank. NJ. with
Couloir- Kineial Home In charga or
arrangements.
MRS. BESSIE TALBERTH
77, of JZJI SW Mth st., died Mar
;. aoaval-------al i. .mi Bh* had lived
here 17 vi nine fr*m Is.ng is-
land. N Y A son, three dsught.
eludlns Mrs Hilda Seidler.
are, five grandchildren
7 In
two broth-
and tlncc
neral Home
SOLOMON MOLL
7 of 10M Collins ave.. winter visitor
?;;,m Hroi.klvn. N.T.. died Mar. 14.
with SV^ui^He'ach MemairU^Chap-
S.-n ices and burial
erslde-Heacu
el, Washington ave.. Il
MRS. TESSIE SHERMAN
vlv-rs Include her husband rr>:
;d two rUughterj. Immi
Ad.le Services and
Brooklyn, with Hellman s
Chapels In charge locally
LOUIS WILENZICK
M. winter H.....r from telthnor*. Md
hi-.i M .r IS Services and burial were
P'rilaiuuio,,., with N.wma.i-Uotdo.,
were In
Funeral
SERVING MIAMI JEWRY
with HONOR and DIGNITY
/or OVER 25 YEARS
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MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3 3431
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
tf
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PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
a
Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers"
Serving the Jewish Community Sinct 1926
MIAMI'S ONI
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MONUMENT
BUILDERS
CATCHING
EXCLUSIVELY
TO THt JEWISH
CLIENTELE
GUARANTEED
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MONUMENTS
AT LOWEST PRICES
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Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save I
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formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL
Edward T.
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funeral Director
j* 1333 DADE BOULEVARD
Phone JE 1-7677


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+Jewisiincrkllar7_
Admiral Isquith
Named Director
Of Rokeach Firm
1. Rokeach & Sons, Inc.. manu-
facturers of food and household
products since 1870. Wednesday
announced the appointment of
Rear Admiral Solomon S. Isquith.
CSH (Ret), as a director of the
company.
Since his retirement on January
]. 1947 from a military career.
Admiral Isquith has been well-
known as a prominent lawyer and
an outstanding leader in civic, na-
tional and veteran affairs.
Presented with the New York
State Distinguished Service Cross
by former Governor Dewey, Ad-
miral Isquith has within the past
lew years been active as chairman
ot the National Defense Commit-
tee. Jewish War Veterans, general
chairman of the Sister Kenny
Foundation, delegate to the Na-
tional Economic Conference for
Israel, chairman of the Commerce
and Industry Group of the New
Yi ik City Cancer Committee. Post
Commander of Navy Post 219 of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, and member of the
Ai
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*$ 1
Members of Physicians' Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal mark up 25 percent increases at home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Charles Werblow. Seated (left to right) are: Drs.
Julius Pearson, William H. Stander. Daniel Stone, co-chairmen
David Kirsch, S. Charles Werblow and Louis G. Lytton, A. R.
Hollender and Mr. Joseph Duntov. Standing are Drs. Leo
Levin, Alex Kushner, Milton Jacobean, Leo Zuckarman,
Seaman, Daniel Hammond, campaign chairman Mr W
Heirnan, Drs. Moms Goodman. Harold Unger, Doncldl
ley. Rabbi Max Schenk. Drs. Benedict Harrow, ty]i
Steinman. Mortimer Abrashkin and Benjamin Oren.
National Jewish Welfare Board's
Committee Against Discrimination
in the Armed Service*.
"Who's Who in America" lists
even awards and commendations
received by Read Admiral Isquith
during his distinguished naval ca-
reer. On December 7. 1941, Ad-
mii.il Isquith. then a Lieutenant
Commander, was aboard the U.S.S.
Utah during the Japanese air raid
ori Pearl Harbor.
GREETINGS
DOTSON RECAPS
OUTWEAR NEW TIRES
DIAL 9-2446
DOTSON TIRE
CO.
900 S. W. 8th STREET
r ASiovtn Gimmes
FOSTER
Electric Co., Inc.
CONTRACTING
ALTERATIONS
SERVICE
Paul Foster, Pres.
2264 W. Flaqler Street
Miami Florida
Phone HI 8-2671
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
TVIUJT1*
lUrlkluilrtbMi
Henry E. Mangels Company
3SS0 N.W. 58th St.
h.Nts-mi ?
GREETINGS TO ALL
Florida Gas Corporation
nd
Lauderdale Gas Corporation
"BLUE FLAME
GAS''
6400 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 89-1673
GREETINGS
Chms. I. Cltm
Coleman
Solar
Service
TANKS
BOOSTERS
MEW SYSTEMS
REPAIRS
iMember Chamber of Commerce)
1007 S.W. 27th AVENUE
6251 N.W. 2nd STREET
Nights Sundays Holidays
Phone HI 67854
To All Greetings
*
Boulevard Floral Gardens
CORSAGES BOUQUETS CUT FLOWEKS
"Wedtflaf and Funeral DasJfas That Art Dislinctii"
FLOWERS IT WIRE FREE DELIVERY
ORCfrfNCS
Radio Doctors
South Miami Coral Goal..
Sawtbwest Sectian
RADIO t TtltVISION SCRVKE
5736 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone MO 1-6177
Passover Greetings
"WFTM TRADITION Of OUTSTANDING SUCCESS IN PKIPAHNG
BOYS AND GIRIS FOR COllfCf IIFE"
3031 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone FR 4-5011
To All...
Season's Best Wishes
BECKER-D0LAN, INC.
REAl ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
813 Olympic Building
Phono 9-74
Happy Passover To All
*
The Ritz Plaza Hotel
1701 Collins Anof|
Miami Beach

TO All GREETINGS
Aviation
DHfra lessen
1921 S.W. 27th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone HI 6-9127
. Ill I -4.Ill l\
PLANT FOOD
On Your Lawn?
Startling results can be ob-
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which contains minerals that
will halp ke*p chinch bugs out
of your lawn. Sold axclusiraly
HUGHES
SEED STORE
11* S. Miami Ave. Ph. 19 2401
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NURSERT THROUGH HIGH SCHOOi
To All Greetings
Harold A. Schuler, Jr.
LAND SURVEYOR
5804 Sunset Drive
MO
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Accredits* by RbrMb Start Oapartawat al Eaacatiea
TOURIST STUDENTS WELCOME INQUIRIES INVITED
H. IE 1-0606
?1010 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
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Greetings To All
Charles L. Davenport
LAND SURVEYOR
6240 S.W. 21st Street Phone MO 1-0550
Nappy HaJiiayi T# AN Oar Mm* *
Flamingo Dress Shop
til LINCOIN ROAO, MIAMI BEACH
_ Pha.a JE 1-4442
"for fhe Most Discriminating Buytr"
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1104 N. MIAMI AVENUE
ERTINOS OOOO WfSNRS RON A NAPRV *


.March 23. 1956
Jml&fkrMtorj
Hie Bank
zeals Officers
, N Bookbinder and Phil-
A|bury wore elected vice
Li and B..cr M. Spring.
It vice prt-idrnt. of the
, National Bank of Mi-
ni at a special meeting of
J, directors. Gordon H.
^n first vice president in
^' operations, ;mnounced
der has been connected
ntile National for near-
- and is well known in
| Bcsch civic and banking cir-
[He has been .m assistant vice
t of the bank since Oc-
| 1952.
|Mtivc New Yorker. Book-
I joined the Mercantile staff
member, 1936. shortly after
L here from New York City,
[be graduated from Theo-
Fgooscvelt Hih School and
bed the College of the City
York. He served as a
I in the anaysis department
1,1th the Mercantile Safety
lit Corp. After being named
kistant cashier in 1944, Book-
managed the loan, collec-
fand bond departments.
j 1952. when he became an
ant vice president. Bookbind-
j handled customer relations
blitform officers of the bank.
j a member of the Knights of
_. Exchange Club of Bay
f and of the Miami chapter
[American Institute of Bank-
^ry attended local schools
graduated from Miami Senior
[in 1937. Daring World War
|iu- i first lieutenant of in-
land following his return to
pa served as a captain in the
National Guard. Shortly
Ifioisbing school, Albury en-
the consumer credit field
|except for the war years,
ntinuously in that line until
ptered banking in 1950.
Jut year, he joined the First
pal Bank of Miami, serving
capacities and as an
ut cashier from 1950 to
fata he resigned to become
istant vice president of the
fortes National Bank of Mi-
fNss-In 1955 he moved to
letropolitan Rank of Miami
the served a- vice president
[resigning to join the Mer-
(National Bank last month.
ig. also a New Yorker,
laled from the Sidney (N.Y.)
|Schonl in 1932 and attended
! University. For six years
i district sales manager of
kneral Electric Credit Corp.,
tK, NY., before coming
i in the spring of 1954
Pag 15D
t
Temple Beth Sholom plays host to Miami Beach public school
teachers at third biennial "Institute on Judaism." More than
100 teachers were guests of as many Temple PTA members
at the luncheon Institute. Reading clockwise are Mrs Sol
n EJ? Presidenl; ?* Rlph Cobb and Mrs. Norman
Huss. PTA board members; Miss Meredith Weiland. Temple
Alumna and panel discussant; Seymour Samet. executive
director Southeast area. American Jewish Committee; Judge
Harry A. Greenberg, chairman. Temple board of education-
Cantor Samuel Kelemer; Dr. C. Raymond Van Dusen chair-
man, Dade County Board of Public Instruction; Rabbi Leon
Kronish; Sydney J. Greenberg, educational director; Mrs.
Peter Lawson. program chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, member, Dade County Board of Public Instruction; Ralph
Spero, Temple president; Mrs. Mary Hogenmuller, supervisor,
elementary instruction, Beach schools; Miss Nettie Goldstein,
Temple instructor; Lewis Serbin, eighth grade student. Temple
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Spring served with the army for
four years in World War II as a
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HASHES fROM THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTA>A call (or the Arabs to organize a roundtable con-
ference with Israeli representatives to resolve the Arab-Israel conflict
was sounded here by Habib Bourguiba. Tunisian Neo-Destour (nationali-
st > leader and head of the fir>t Tunisian Government since the accord
with France granted Tunisian autonomy. He made the sujtc-tion in
an article in "Action." The Middle East, said M. Bourguiba. is menaced
by a cancer which is eating into its body. The be>t way to meet this
threat, he added, was by means of negotiation. The Arabs, he noted,
have so far refused to take part in talks because they believe this would
amount to recognition of Israel. But. he pointed out. they have already
participated in talks on the armistice and related matters. The task for
the Middle Eastern nations, the nationalist leader asserted. S to apply
all their energies to developing the latent riches of the area. .Ahmed
ben Salah. secretary' general of the Tunisian Trade I'nion Federation,
suggested that Tunis would do well to introduce Israel > form of co-
nerativc agricultural and industrial development.
'opening game here, at Miami sta-
dium Apr. 18 against the Buffalo
(Bisons, went on sale Monday at
the stadium ticket office.
Over 7.000 tickets have been sold
to date, and due to the ever in-
creasing demand, the staff has
been increased to provide quick
service to the baseball fans of the

Greater Miami area.
Tickets wi|i k, ..
ISTANBUL (JTA) A. L. Zisu. leader of the outlawed Zi
movement in Rumania, is now confined under severe condition* in the
Rumanian prison town of Pitesi. according to a report reaching here-
brought by a non-Jewish Rumanian escapee in jail. He is confined in a
small cell with eight other prisoners. The cell ha- e bed- and
Zisu and the others are allowed out of the cell only twice a week for
ten minutes. The escapee said that Zi.-u told him he had been sen-
tenced to 25 years' impn?onment.
mm IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
BRUSSELS \\ \S Recent new ma> HTMtl of Jew in Czecho-
slovakia and Rumania were reported this week by a correspondent of
the Belgian newspaper "Libre Belgique." Trials against the Jews are
being prepared as part of a new anti-Semitic campaicn which M
now wishes to launch in connection with its pro-Arab policies, he nys.
The Jews are to be tried as Zionists, according to the correspondent.
In Czechoslovakia, the Government intends to prove that Rudolf Slan-ky.
Czech Communist leader, was sentenced and executed not as an ad-
herent of Tito but as an "underground"' Zionist who took part in a plot
to overthrow the Communist regime.
WARSAW UN'SDenial of a report that a soccer field is to rise
on the site of the Ghetto cemetery, where martyrs of the revolt against
the Nazis are buried, was carried here last week by the Yiddish language
newspaper "Folksshtimme." The newspaper said a sports association
had asked permission to construct a sports field on that area of the
cemetery site where there are no graves, but that it was turned down
at a meeting of the Presidium of the Warsaw People's Council attended
by Jewish leaders The newspaper simultaneously reported that the
Council voted erection on the field of a memorial to "the victims of
Hitlerism.''
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (JTA)-A split between two branches of the
White Citizens Councils here, in which anti-Semitism
been widened. Each of the groups announced separate
- meetings to be held here. The latest developments in the internal
*ere characterized by chargesand denialsof anti-Semitism
51 Senator Sam Engelhardt. head of the Association of Citizens
I incils of Alabama, said "we cant fight everybody." and added his
group is not interested in religious bias or prejudice, but is concerned
in maintaining segregation."
NEW YORK (JTA)Charges that Saudi Arabia had set up a system
under which export concerns in the t'nited States mut certify as to
whether they are "Jewish'' or Christian" were aired here at the month-
ly forum of the Foreign Credit Interchange Bureau. The bureau's mem-
bers include major banking and commercial firm*. The meeting heard
that the certification procedure was being verified by checks made here
) | the Saudi Arabian Consulate.
LATEST WIRES fROM ISRAEL
JERUSALEM 'JTA) The Israel Governments understanding of
the needs of the Catholic Church in Lsrael and its cooperation with the
church and church institutions in this country came in for praise here
when Msgr. Vergani. Catholic Church representative in Israel, addressed
the Journalists Association. Msgr. Vergani stressed that the government
had willingly repaired war damaged church structures and had paved
roads leading to many Catholic shrines and institutions. Msgr. Vergani
denied reports that Church missionaires offered material rewards for
conversion. He reported that Church schools in Israel had a total enroll-
ment of 10.000 with 90 percent of its student coming from the Christian
Arab population.
TEL AVIV iJTA)Oil was struck at a second well at Heletz. it was
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of about 4^90 feet Initial reports indicated that the gusher had reach-
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Hardly 'lid Mitchell Wolfson get through an-
nouncing that his television station WTVJ is eom-
nlciin equipment arrangements for broadcasting
in full color, then news broke that he and wife
Prance* will be off Friday for a trip around the
They will to accompanied by daughter Frankio
"r~, one-half month tour, flying from here to San Fran-
|E on to Honolulu, Hong Kong, Siam, Burma and New
L vtelfMM Blso plan to visit Kashmir, Pakistan. Egypt,
j ii-.iv With the traveling trio will be St. Augustine
BSlki. Dor. W.ln.t.in. .
]zl incidentally, is the dynamic president of the Uni-
U'v'iami Symphony Club.
Food Fair executive Dr. Kurt Peiser was busier last week
f ahout town his mother, Mrs. Rom Polser. .
ed at the Eden Roc with Kurt and Romand, of course,
tSn. Pai**' were the Ernest PeiMrt, taking in the Jane
B-Bobbv Van show there.
>>c
William Hoffman* arrived tired but happy in Gotham
IferbiMin Plaza alter their automobile trip north. .
Hoffman* .'il this week on the SS lie de France for an
tour hi England and the continent. .
jj ,(,,. m away, their Jefferson ave. home will
Inied bj long time New York City friends Dr. and Mr*. J. J.
jr4887 Pine T"e dr. residence was opened by the Morris
hi Saturday evening for a party honoring the Bess Rose
fomen's A of the Cancer Institute of Miami. .
Laniburgh fete included cocktails, entertainment and
with Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, unit president, helping the
I even!-
Morton L. Levin, assistant commissioner of health for the
\e\i York, :- due to arrive here late Saturday. .
ral Gables home of his daughter, Hilary
Mindiin. .
of the original workers in lung cancer research and a
; state-, representative to frequent international cancer in-
i held in Europe, Dr. Levin is also director of the Empire
IRoswell Park Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y., a cancer research
bile here, he'll also visit with his daughter, Brott Levin,
ffreshman at the University of Miami.
, Fuller Warren and Mrs. Albert Pollak are lovely co-chair-
I a "Guys and Dolls" party to be given by the Variety club
fi committee Apr. 4 at the Eden Roc. .
affair will include stars of stage and screen, with a fashion
Kfered by Saks Fifth Avenue and the Little Shop. .
It, Murray Friedman is in charge of tickets, with Mrs. Nathan
lib handling reservations and Mrs. Dan Satin in charge of
i harried Isaac Levins are harried, indeed, these days
py, as well. .
f is publicity chairman of Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary.
ftion. -he ami husband iMae have been playing host at their
>man\ relatives visiting the area during their winter vaca-
id landing an occasional evening with them. .
its include the Jack Wins tons, Washington. D.C.; Mr. and
Elk, Passaic, N.J., who stopped at the Fontainebleau;
W Levin, Wm-ton-Salem, N.C.. staying at the Seville; Mrs.
I Burke, Baltimore, and daughter Ellen, of New York; and
pnari Schindler, Cumberland, Md. .
i Burke, incidentally, a 1955 University of Miami grad, is
ng her way ahead in television.
lovely Normandy Isle home of Mr. end Mrs. Meyar
will be the -ite Saturday evening for the 17th birthday
*i nd Mr*. Jotowitx are long-time friends of Cantor and
fcilip Brummer, of Temple Emanu-El. Rooina't parents. .
Dish musk and orchestral arrangements will provide the
u nd for dancing, and some of Polly and Baron da Hirsch
Star Island) favorite instrumentalists are scheduled to
i this buffet and ball occasion. .
ptishborn Regina attends Miami Beach High School, and is
forward to attending the University of Miami soon.
jwmg of students: Judy Mitchell, 1547 Marseilles dr., was
" students at the University of Wisconsin recently pledged
sin chapters of 15 sororities on campus. Judy's trying
pa EpMlon I'!u sorority. .
mm M. Cassel, director of Oxford School, congratulated
lumi Beach pupils for making the Oxford Honor Roll:
wwtta Goodman, Mina Schwartz, Pat Lowe, Kathy and
***' They've all done outstanding work.
L, '"
P"acipnia\ Harry s. Moskovltx, noted portrait painter and
HHymg at the Cromwell hotel for a several weeks' vaca-
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 23, 1956
Section E
National President of Women's ORT Will Visit Miami Area
Busy Combined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman Sam I.
Heiman takes time out from a giant size assignment to cut a
giant wedding anniversary cake at a surprise party. Mr. and
Mrs. Heiman are shown celebrating their 33rd wedding anni-
versary last week at a CJA party in the Algiers hotel.
BJBJBJ
the Atomic Engergy Commission and Gen. David
Witu> L Ka'll(.' CorPoral>n ot America, are among noted
in ex-
"* f riedland. Food Fair board president. David Lilienthal,
[wad of the Atr-
MtfcvRadio U
"* Motkovitx has done.
krkowiti has left Gramercy Park, New York.
|;th.hanocean''>nt home at 5801 Collins ave. .
" n.u resident are children Anno, Sara and Joy.
H*cn*| Klopfjth arrives in Miami Sunday to spend two
tie li be visiting with his brother-in-law and sister.
m Jackton, 1614 Pennsylvania ave. .
| Proud of the fart that brother Heschel was a British
"an> *dh the rank of major. .
j. p,y, !r,"!1 Warsaw, where he was a noted editor
LcT V"Hl"h an(i Hebrew- Rabbi Klepfih < now a
* *>. spiritual leader.
Mrs. Leon Kroni3h was chair-
man of a panel discussion
Wednesday sponsored by
Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood. Subject was "You
Southern Schools and the Su-
preme Court."
Miami Chapter in Program
At Eden Roc Hotel
Eden Roc hotel was the locale
f the annual donor luncheon of
the Miami chapter of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac hospital on 'lues-
day noon.
Mrs Sam Schulwolf. chairman.
planned a program including Sam
Gygon of station WAHR, who act-
ed as master of ceremonies.
Funds raised Ro directly to
MmdtBf Heart, which is the Jja*>
.Ht;ii m Miami treating children
suffering from h-art ailments.
without cs, to the patients, re-
gardless of race, creed or financial
status.
Some 1,000 Women
Hail Gov. Collins
Gov. LeRoy Collins was to be
guest of honor Thursdav afternoon
at the Beachcomber, where some
1,100 women were expected to at-
tend "Tea 'n Entertainment" spon-
sored by the women's division of
the Miami Beach campaign com-
mittee to "Keep Collins Governor."
Mrs. Louis Glasser is chairman of
the ladies' unit.
Mrs. LeRoy Collins was to ac-
company her husband on his first
visit to the Beach since filing for
election to the post he now holds
as Florida's governor. Mrs. Oilie
McCarty, widow of the late Gov.
Dan McCarty, was also slated to
attend the first rally of the Mi-
ami Beach campaigners, headed by
Irving Cypcn.
Mrs. Victor Segal, newly elected
national president of Women's
American ORT, will visit Miami
Beach Apr. 2, Mrs. Samuel Pollack,
president of Miami Beach after-
noon chapter, and Mrs. Daniel
Heller, president of Greater Miami
chapter, announced Wednesday.
Mrs. Segal will stop in Miami
Beach during a nationwide ORT
Rood will speaking and organizing
tour.
Mrs. Serai will speak at a joint
meeting of both groups Tuesday
evening. Apr. 3. at the Empress
hotel, at which time she will ap-
pri.se members of developments at
the recently concluded Paris execu-
tive committee meeting of the
World ORT Union, where she ren-
i" cnted Women's American ORT
and report on her inspection tour
of ORT installations in North Af-
rica and Israel.
During Mrs Segal's visit, she
will confer with chapter leaders
on matters of organization and de-
velopment in view of the growth
of Women's American ORT in the
Miami area, and projected plans
for future expansion will be dis-
cussed.
Prior to her election to the presi-
dency of Women's American ORT.
Mrs. Segal served as a national
vice president of Women's Ameri-
can ORT. as a member of the na-
tional board and national execu-
tive committee and as national
chairman of program and educa-
tion. She is a Philadelphian and
was president of Philadelphia re-
gion of ORT before her election
to national office.
The Organization for Rehabili-
tation through Training operates
tuition-free vocational training cen-
ters in 19 countries on five conti-
nents. Through its program of
help for self-help, it enables under-
privileged youth to learn a skill
which will make them self-support-
ing.
Mrs. Segal will be welcomed on
Sunday, Apr. 1, with a cocktail
party at the home of Mrs. Heller
on South Shore dr., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Segal's itinerary in the area
includes a brunch Monday, Apr. 2,
with officers of the four local
chapters. Wednesday. Apr. 4. will
include a brunch with Coral Gab-
les chapter and an evening meet-
in'.: to organize a region at the
home of Mrs. Margaret Stern on
Bay Harbor Island.
Thursday. Apr. 5, there will be
an installation luncheon for offi-
cers of the newly formed region.
South Dade Women
In Passover Fete
With building plans under way
for the South Dade Jewish Center,
women's committee of the Center
are already bringing programs of
spiritual significance to their mem-
bers.
The Rroup met Wednesday for
a Passover workshop, with com-
plete settings and ceremonies for
the seder.
All the symbols, prayers and
song* for Passover were presented
and narrated by Mrs. Jack Diamond
at her home 1212 Andora St., Coral
Gables
Mrs. Louis Kirk is president.
Mrs Labe Mell is. program chair-
man.
Snowball in Spring?
That's the Story of
Women's Auxiliary
"Our activities are snow-ball-
ing," reads the invitation of the
Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai
hospital to the spring meeting and
party at the Eden Roc Cafe Pom-
peii room on Friday afternoon.
Snowballs in the spring, and in
Miami at that, are not the only
surprises in store.
In addition to a fashion show
and Zinner's band music, there
will be special favors for each
person attending.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. president,
said Wednesday that the only re-
quirement for attendance is to be
a member of the Auxiliary.
Business of the meeting will be
limited to reports in brief verses
by chairmen of committees. Spe-
cial emphasis will be on practical
nursing school, main propect of
the Auxiliary.
In charge of the program is Mrs.
E. E. Bloom. Arrangements at the
hotel are in charge of Mrs. Samuel
Lipton and Mrs. George Goldberg.
Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz is in ch
of prizes and Mrs. Emanuel Gold-
strich is coordinating the poetry
reports.
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300 Women Finalize
Plans for Israel
More than 300 members of the
Greater Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds' women's
division this week finalized plans
for their 1056 "kickoff" affair,
scheduled Apr. 5 at the ALgian
hotel.
A Bonds Voyage party, under
the chairmanship oj Mrs. Harry
Platoff. will feature the awarding
nt Chen Charms to more than 40
leading saleswomen for the Israel
Bond drive.
Mrs, Anna Brenner Mi
chairman ol the women's division,
Wednesday called on those women
who are Dealing their first or a
new Chen charm to "make every
effort to reach the S2.500 unit
mark prior to the meeting."
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakaris will he
hid farewell at the Bonds Voyage
meeting. The former president of
the Greater Miami chapter of
Hadassah will leave for Israel next
Mi as part "I a national leader-
ship tour.
Mrs. Max WeitZ, program chair-
man. Mrs, Samuel Host, chairman
Sponsors, and Mrs. Monte Selig,
honorarj chairman of the Women's
i>n ision, Joined Mrs. Meyers in a
mei i calling <>n Greater Mia-
women "to marshal! their lull
[or i ''l Independence
i Month." The ceU bration will
Lpril through mid-
;i- of a S]
wh i h w
1956 !
will be announc-
ality v
+ kTl*tfhrkllaii_
Miami Women at
Council Conference
Mrs. Samuel C.ertman. admin-
istratfW vice president of Nation
al Comcil "I Jewn* Women.
headed the delegates Section to the Southeast regional
oonvantfca at Uuiisville. Ky this
week .,
Others from Miami are Mrs
Leon Kaplan, president of Town
Division; Mra Sidnejf Laaria, Town
administrative vice president; Mrs_
n Farr. first vice president of
i Southeast region; Mrs. Leo Alpert.
chairman of section community
service; and Mra, David Brezin.
Miami's Florida state delegate.
'Art of living' Will Be Topic
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. author of
The Road to Health and Happier
living" and "Live a 100 Years
Happily." will give the second talk
in a course of ten lectures on "The
Art of Living." Sunday evening,
at the Spinoia^Outdoor Forum,
11th st and Ocean it A *iu*tion
and nniaar period *J1 follow.
Saturday eifrninff. tiff Writers-
dub will meet at the Spinoza
of lecture
Forum. Speakers will inn
Rina La Doux. ordairT
and Biblical authori,;ed
Chicago Club Will ft,
ri2iX! rfguular "^ting
(wcagoclubof GreatcrT
take place on Sundj,,
M. 25, in the Rubai, '*
ithe Algiers hotel.

First Annual Donor luncheon
First annual donor dinner of the
Wesl Miami chapter ol B nai Hriih
Women met Tuesday evening
the Colony restaurant Guesl
ker was Judge Milton Fried-
man. Entertainment was by the
Barnacle Bilk,
AJ Congress ladies fo Hear
Book Review Wednesday
"Esther," bj Nathaniel Wemreb,
will be the hook review given by
Rabin Morn- A. Skop, Of Coral
Gables Jewish Center, at the next
meeting of the Miami chapter of
American Jewish Congress on
Wednesday noon Mar. 28. at Kou-
i>< k center Hostesaaa foi the day
will be Mrs AJbert Ladd and Mi -
Robert F Cole.
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is chairman of the concert. Can-.participate
! tors Abraham Serif of Kn.M.h Also p art i c ipat i n g are the
Israel, and Maurice Mamches, of Hebrew Academy Chorus and (an
Jacob Congregafon. will t(ir I)avjd Wo,fc Qf ^ ^
City, now visiting Miami Beach.
L.'
lBurak is author of Cat-
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Community Center.
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|2f 25 and 31.___________
lemy to
>nsor Concert
Ml evening devoted to the
tr holiday in which the
cantors of the community
licipate is slated Wedncs-
ivening at the Ritz Plaza
.ding to B. I. Binder, presi-
[ the Hebrew Academy, the
. of this concert will go
the high school scholar-
i
[Hebrew Academy initiated
| school program in Septem-
with the opening of a
Igrade.
lor Berle Kelcmer, of Miami
School and Congregation,
ting Passover Dishes
ring Entire Passover
Week
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Rubinstein to Play
Fabulous
Artistry
Mozart Concerto;
Amazes the World
Artur Rubinstein, world re- music, as well as of the piano. His
nowned piano virtuoso who loves ascendency on the world concert
to play "for the fun of it," any-'stage, according to Taubman, is a
where, anytime, will be guest solo- rare musical phenomenon, with
ist with the University of Miami Mr. Rubinstein's reputation as a
Symphony Orchestra Sunday and great artist apparently being es-
Monday evenings. Mar. 25 and 26, tablished only during the past 20
at the Miami Beach and Dade years.
county auditoriums. John Bitter] Prior to that, with select follow-
will be conductor. 'ings here and in Europe, he had
Mr. Rubenstein. accomplished found general acceptance an elu-
raconteur and historian whose re- sive phenomenon,
cent RCA recording of Brahms'j Today, the universal acceptance
Piano Concerto No. 1 with Fritz of his great artistry even reaches
Reiner and the Chicago Symphony onto a Hollywood sound stage,
is vying for international honors, | Mr RUbinstcin made his official
will be heard by Miamians in two ( jn Ber]jn a( ,he age of ,,,
works
He has chosen the Concerto for Playing the same Mozart concerto
Piano and Orchestra in A major which he will perform here Sunday
(K488) by Mozart and will also ap- and Monday evenings. During
pear in Rhapsody on a Paganini World War I. he worked for the
theme by Rachmaninoff. \ Allies as a translatorMr. Rubin-
Mr. Bitter, in addition, will lead stein speaks eight languageand
the I'M orchestra in performance- \\a- so shocked by Gorman atroci-
of Samuel Barber's famous Adagio ties in Belgium, that he vowed
for Strings, op. 11. and the sym- never to play in Germany again/
phonic poem. Death and Trans- He never ha-.
figuration, by Richard Strauss. In 1038. he returned a decoration |
A recent New York Times Mil- awarded him by Mussolini with a
cle by Howard Taubman empbas- telegram signed: 'Artur Rubin-
i/es Rubinstein's immense love ol stem. Jewish pianist "
Ik.
%Ruz HOTIL
2a
RESERVE NOW FOR
Passover
TtAtlTIONAl SEDARS AM) *J
Dietary Law. Ob^VW,l|
CANTOR DAVID Woifp 7
and Hi* Symphonic TK '
ReMrvatiaMi Mr. Sal H.tc.ki,,, Jt 1^,*"'
ARTIM IVMNSTfIN

MONDAY and TUESDAY
MARCH 26-27
RESERVE IMMEDIATELY!!
J+s.rri ^-lbra It w m yll. C uatl
WILL OFFICIATE
wt
TOIltll THJII'll
I 1254 West Avenue, Miami Beoch
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Phone JE 8-3271 JE 8 1052
Passover Seders (Kosher Style)
Conducted by
SIDNEY GREENBERG
Prufsssor of Hebrew
and
Director ol Education
of
TEMPLE BETH SH010M
Sohl.it and Orjenii.'
HOTEL
MARCH
26th & 27th
SI 7 per Person
for Both Nights
L
on the Ocean of Lincoln Road
FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE JE 8 0811
Saul Herman
Ramaz Hotel
146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT THE HOTEL WILL BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER
OUR HOTEL IS WILL KNOWN fO* ITS KASHRUTM
WE USE "HT3 BM7J MEAT
which is under till supervision of
a wtll known Rabbi
for Reservations and Prices Call
JE 8-0266
Our kitchen is under personal supervision of
Mrs. B. Gowirfx
Authority on
German Affairs
Plans Talks
Orhart H Safer, authority on
German affair-, waa in Miami this
week to make plans for a three-day
Institute on Modern Germany to be ;
held on the University of Miami j
camptu May 3 to 5.
Co-sponsora of the Institute will
be the Steuben Society, the Ger-
man American club and other com-
munity organizations.
A graduate In journalism of the
University of Leipzig, Seger served
in the German army during World
War I and from 1921 to 1933 work-,
ed as a newspaperman in Germany I
and a- foreign correspondent in !
many Kuropean capital-
He had served three years as a
member of the committee on for-;
eign relations of the German;
Reichstag when in 1933 he was ar- \
rested by the Nazis as an old po-
litical opponent of Hitler. He es-
caped from the first Nazi concen-
tration camp at Oranienburg. near'
Berlin, after six months there and
fled to England.
Begar hai been a naturalized
American citizen since 1942. hav->
ing come to the United States in
1934. During World War II. he
served in the orientation course
programs of the Arim and Navy
and later was with the Office Tif
Strategic Services under Gen. Wil-j
liam Donovan.
In 1045 he was a witness at the
first Nurembi r | trial and a mem-
ber of Justice Jackson's stafi. He
has since returned to Germany'
times, in 1948 for the edu-j
nal division of the is Mill-,
tar) Government, ha 1954 and I
He also loured countrh ol the
East in 1954.
On Sunday, Seger will meet with
sentatives of the American-
Christian Palestine Committee and
1 '' I eh..pier, i nited N
lions Organization, al the home of
I and Mrs. H. Franklin Willi
Catering to Parties, Bar Mitzvohs
Wedding and Social Occasions
Mashgiach on Premises
Free Parking Air Conditioned
PHONE UN 6-6043
Now Accept!., hwtm.
far Ptssover
For the Finest dj*,
KOSHER RESTAU
Open Doily 4:30 .9;jfl w-
940 71st St., Wiomil
NORMANDY ISU
Opposite the FttiitM
Take L Bus-Direct til
Completely Air Conditioned
Open
Passover
Week
Net
Acc.uwl
CAU.
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KOSHER RESTAURANT & DELICAT
DELICIOUS KOSHER L'PESACH DINNERS
with all the trimmings ... from 52.25
1141 WASHINGTON AVE.
OPPOSITE CITY HALL
MUNI
SONNTAG'S FLAMINGO TO RESTAURANT
743 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
finest In Kosher Cuisine
BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 26th, 4 PM.
We Will Serve Strictly Kosher Passover Din
UNDER SUPERVISON OF RABBI TiBOR H. STERN
Sensible Price* No Reservation* Necessary
Phono JE 1 9952
A ST OR HOTEL
WASHINGTON AVENUE I TENTH STREET, MIAMI tEATJ
Fine Accommodations for Passover Holiii
at Very Attractive Rates
^W"
TRADITIONAL SERVICES HELD BY WELL KNOWN CANT
FOH RESERVATIONS CALL JE -2f4l J
Under Minagemrnt ot Mr. nd Mrs, A. Bsrf
PHONE JE3-S66V
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Miami Bench Post Elects
Solcolow Senior Commander
Herman Sokolow baa been elect-
ed commander of Miami B
Post 330, Jewish
IWar Veterans
of the United
Btatea,
Other offieari
elected at a meet-
ing last week
were Ralph
^Groaaman, of
Florida Power
/ and Light Co.,
Minor vice com-
SOKOLOVt mander; Max
Kern, junior vice commander; and
Harry Cohen, of the Hotel New
Yorker, judge advocate.
Cohen is outgoing commander
of the JWV Pott
HAV/N5 A PART,? rVM/f THf-fCOO-
RESTAURANT & DEllfATlSSEN
KcoMPtm cATtamc nrvm'
170 N.W. r.rTH SlREif
Kosher Stylo Cooking
Private Dining Room
Arr Conditioned
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MIAMI
Open House at Okell
Headquarters Due Friday
State Rep. George S. Okell. Sr
c;indid;ite for state senate for
Dade county, announced his kick-
off campaign with open houae .it
his downtown headquarters- at
070 SW 1st H, Miami, on Friday
from 330 p.m. to 6 p.m.
' IHOC I the
toot,
hairmiin of ntunpoign
"I'ee and Jim P ,-am.
pa.gn headquarters manager.
LINCOLN MANOR Sm\
'Ob til 0 c n *'
Serving Vassovvr Meals W
Muring Paunorvr Week
Liinohoons and Winners
NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY
Under Kobbinical Supervision al Vaad Ntftashrwfn el ApM '
*bt I. H. fw, Dirattor ,
Froo Pork in, on Premises 2 IINCOIN ROAD. M""
Kate's -TO3 Restaurant
Traditional Passover Seders
Cnducted by CANTOR ISRAEL HOCK
$12.50 per Person tor Both Nights $30.00 per f* *
Opon to the Pveffc from 4 fa 7 pM. Mmr. 2*fh Bad *'* **
Far RoMrvsHiaati Mr. Kati, JE 1-72JS > C,tt"
Serving Passover totals
STAR RESTAURANT
DAIRY, ViGtTAXIAN and FISH -
Strvmy Breakfast IvhcA Oinner ,
Ml WASHINGTON AVENUE, MUMI REACH
Now in Oar Thirteenth Yawr


Ihtel.23.19a
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fad Selected
U president
^SSw- tor ,
ve1r were Ben Bil
nan Samuel J.
1 ja,h M Lipton and
n rii'anoff Max Boder-
irer; Sol
tary; and
m B. lUchlowitt, record-
rtary.
1Ss mc i'" "f ,n" hoar('
joi> tor three terms were
[ Aiirn Goldberg,
Benjamin Kline,
Upton. Oscar Mamber,
r rvlmutter. I^o Robin-
Rrwog Schatzman.
nmemlHT> of the contjre-
Jrtre recognized for their
led and distinguished serv-
| the Temple on behalf of
Lpgc fund" effort. Certi-
L Appreciation were pre-
[to Max Boderman, B. F.
Charles Frutchman,
jG. Kline. Joseph M. Lip-
Lei Lipton, Dr. Kurt Pei-
[Robin-on. Joseph M. Rose,
I
Harry Sirkin and George J. Talia-
noff.
The meeting, which heard re-
port! on the progress and plans
of the Temple, was marked by a I
tribute paid to Rabbi Irving Lehr-',
man on the occasion of his 13th!
year as spiritual leader of Temple '
Emanu El and a surprise farewell i
to Mr. and Mrs. Friedland. who'
will soon depart on a trip to Eu-1
rope and Israel.
Judge Anderson
Vies to Keep Post
Circull .lil' Robert If. And-r-
*ofl's campaign for election to the
'"fjL'i? l* "Pi
>v. LeK"/ CoJ.ioj-'
1 ^etf.t.i- -. wih tt
i hairman of th" "Committee to
Keep Judge Anderson."
"Jttdgc Anderson will run as
active a campaign a. his important
circuit judsje duties will permit."
Mershon said.
"However, Judge Anderson will
not take one minute of lime from
his judicial duties for the purpose
ning," ihe chairman
"II was on this basis he
agrecH to ask the voters for en-
dorsement."
The committee has opened head-
quarters at 340 SE 1st st.. Miami.
Judge Anderson combines the
physical and mental vigor of a man
in his forties with the maturity of
judgment that only a man with
his vast experience can have," said
Mershon. "He has not missed a
day of work from illness for more
than 10 years, and his ability to get
quickly to the heart of legal ques-
tions is enabling him to help cut
down the backlog of cases which
had piled up in circuit court be-
fore his appointment."
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MOTEL
presents
World Famous Cantor Samuel Vigoda
CHOIR CONDUCTED BY JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN OF TEMPLE EMANU EL
PASSOVER
Religious Services and Sedurim
The Marseilles Hotel is the only air conditioned AMERICAN
PLAN Hotel in the Lincoln Road area which observes the
strictest dietary laws with a full time Mnshgiach on the
premises under the supervision of both Vaad Hakashrvth,
Rabbi Tibor H. Storn and Rabbi Jos. Rackovsky, Directors.
Only the finest foods served-Speciaf diets as prescribed by physicians
On the Ocean Private Beach Poof Entertainment Free Parking
TV In Every Room after March 25
Alto Catering Meali to Individual!, Banquet*. Parties and Bar MiUvahi
1741 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla.
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE JEfferson 1-5711

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TROCADERO "-- KOSHER RESTAURANT
301 23rd STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Reserve Now for Passover Seders
Pawl Beck and Cantor Eli Samuels
Conducting Symphonic Choir of Six Voices
KASHRUTH IS ADDED TO THE SKILL OF FINE, WONDERFUL FOOD
Dine here nightly and reserve for Passover
CALL JE 1-0551
u
mm baskin
un to Chair
w Campaign
A. Baskin. 1819 Fenli-
. Coral Gables, has accept-
nanship of the Coral
a campaign for the Corn-
wish Appeal.
Mla member of the Great-
Ri Jewish Federation board
loft and has been active
>y years in local civic, phil-
fcand cultural activities.
(named in the Coral Gables
a Position of leadership
| Weissel. pioneer resident
w-man. who will serve
an of the Special Gifts
1 ln Coral Gables.
^ Mrs. Weissel will be
1 n informal parlor meet- j
[their home 4620 Granada [
Sunday evening to plan'
fetation program in their
ir*:
A Dinner and an Evening long to be remembered
PASSOVER SEDER
Full Course Dinner
including oil the
famous Possover
Dehcocies ond com-
plimentary
Sacramental Wine .
PASSOVER SEDER
to be conducted by
RABBI MARIUS RANSON
O CANTOR SHERWIN LIVINI
HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL
AWy. March 26. at 6:00 p.m. Robbi-Ran,on
$10.50 Adults $8.50 Children up to 13
(includes wine, tip and taxi
Make check payable to "SISTERHOOD" anJ noil to
Mr.. Fannie Doctor. 1533 Lcno. Ave Miami Beach
Chene JEirerson 1-0110)
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WIH FOR
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*rant Delicatessen
**,IT DtllCATISSIM
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lU"ICHU DINNERS
*tittB t. Take 0..
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T^WASWNCTON AVL
1 *** 1 S6M
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Seder Services Under the Direction Of
CANTOR STRASSBERG
EARLY RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED
UN 6-8721

for a most enjoyable
RESERVE NOW
SERVICE CONDUCTED IN MODERN MANNER
BY THE MOST EMINENT
CANTOR JOSEPH $. LENGYEL
Former Center Miami Beach Jewish Center
(now Temole Emanuol)
is accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern
Concert Singer (management S. Hurok
Former Wagnerian tenor, Berlin Opera Housi,
Recording Artist, Teacher, etc.
LIMITED NUMBER OF RESERVATIONS
ACCEPTED NOW FOR BOTH NIGHTS
Make reservations by mail, in person, or phono Mr.
Kellner, JE 8-684T.
nautilus
HOTEL
DINING ROOM
1825 COLLINS AVENUE
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ii^Y'Ha*
J4Y LOUIS BINDIR
lorber Chapter Annual lunch
Lorhrr chapter oi the Jewish
\. tional Home for Asthmatic 'h;i"
e it- annual donor lunch-
rhursdaj in the Imperial
m oi the Eden Roc hotel
Jim Preddy sang and played the
tar There was also a fashion
w coordinated and commented
. Edith Applebaom of 11 Charm
Modeling Agencj ol 'oral Gables,
luring styles from Daniels de-
partment store. Mrs. Leonard
Deutseh provided the piano ac-
companiment. Chairman of the
luncheon was Mrs. Morton Stubins
A Happy Paaover To All Our
Friends and Patrons
TERMINEX SERVICE, INC.
2160 N.W. 17th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone NE 5-4538
H. 0. Earnest
World's Largest in Termite Control
Mitzvali
Spiritual Leaders
Attend Binder
Ear Mitzvah
Bar MttsvaB of Jay Louis Binder,
ton ol Mr, and Mrs A Finley
Binder, Washington, D.C., took
place Saturday morning, Jan 14,
at Mishkan Torah Synagogue m
\\ ashington.
i .,.,,1- read the entire Portion
oi the I aw, recited the Haftorah
I iated at MllSSSi W I
Guest Bpeaker was Rabbi Eph-
raim Shimoff, Astoria, Long Island,
\ \ dose friend "i the Binders,
who was Introduced bj Rabbi Z.
Green, Mishkan Torah spiritual
i r
In addition, speakers included
Rabbis M Sandhaus, Joshua
IP rtsberg, .Mired facobs, A K.
K. liner. Jason Green and c Wil-
liamows
Out "i towi "'"'re Mrs.
! shochet, Louis' grandmoth-
I er, Miami Beach; Prod K Shochet,
an uncle, Miami. Mrs Harrj (;''
Miami. Mrs. l-illie Bltimen-
. krani aunt, and Mr. and Mca. Mil
ton lleim.in. aunt and uncle.
Lawrence, Long Island, N.Y.; Af
'thur Silver, grand uncle. Lexing-
ton, \ i
Rabbi and Mrs E Shimoff. with
son Eliol and daughter Barbara.
Astoria Bahbi and Mca, Joshua
Hertzberg, eousins, Bayslde, I
Island and Mr. and Mrs. I Shav-
rick and son Louis, Mr and Mrs.
M Silverman. Mrs. Anne Shochet
and son Stephen, Mrs Deborah
Hartman. Daniel Kurland. Miss Re
Shochet. Dr Shabse Kurland and
Brrrry Schreiber. all of Baltimore.
Md.
A buffet supper in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah was held Saturday eve-
ning at his home.
,\l cll""l e
MAKK rVICKMAN
Mcrk W-ckman
Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Israel
Mark Brent \\ icKinan. KM Of
Dr. and Mrs. William V ickman.
1600 West 24th st Sunset Island
:<. will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services. Mar.
24, Of Temple Israel Kalihi Joseph
i; Narol will officiate.
Mark ifl an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School,
where hfl i- an active participant
in the school's athletic pro
and also in the athletic program
of Polo park, having won numer-
ous ribbons for sporting events.
', A luncheon for the family and
friends of the Bar Mitzvah will
be held in the Temple auditorium
following services
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manshel and
son Stephen. West Orange, N.J.;
i Mr. Morton H. Farrier, New York
City; Mrs. l>eon Brint. Rochester,
i N.Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I.
I arber. Flushing, L.I.
BjajajBjjssjjgaiajgi
I
TO PARAPHRASI A FAMOUS SAYING ...
"When Passover Comes-Can VocotionTim.
Be FARR Behind?"
The Farr Family
EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
and fakes tills eepertenJfir to remind the many hitnit md ,,
FARR TOURS AND TRAVEL SERVICE
to call M them ft any assistance with their travel plans
Whether a visit to
ISRAEL, EUROPE OR OUR SISTER COUNTRIES TO THE SOUTR
or facilities art always at your service
ice
Farr Tours and Travel Servi
2315 Coilina Avenue 6638 Collins Arena.
Phone UN 6-1472 & IE 1-5327
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
i:kh g. 1111:1st 11
PAINTING. AND DECORATING
MM N.W. It* STREET PHONE KE
TO ALL GREETINGS
tviti s T. Tiurr
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
M. Glenn Turtle

BUSINESS INSURANCE
SPECIALIST
o
844 Biscoyne Boulevard
Phone FR 3-0741
To All Season's Greetings
y
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 Wo>< Aronuo Miami Beack.)
PHONE IE 1-0481
PASSOVER
GREETINGS

Public
Gas
Co.
7200 N.W. 7th Ave.
PHONE PL 8-7621
Miami
2536 N. Federal Highway
Phone LOgan 4-1811
Fort Lauderdale
521 Fleming Street
Phone 2-7525
Key West
Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs.
lack Chenn. will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Mar. 24, at Congregation Beth
Jacob. Murray is a student at
Ida Fisher lunior High School.
Reception will follow on the
lawn of the Cherin home, 233
1st st. Rabbi Tibor Stern will
officiate.
W.n n.i -:Murray
Karsten lay, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Theodore Struhl, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-FJ Saturday, Mar.
24. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. Karsten is an eighth
I grade student at Miami Beach
j Junior High and attends Tem-
1 pie Emanu-El religious school.
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
II. of. Wainwright A Sons
313S Commodore Plata
Coconut Grove
Phono 83-1621
Holiday Greetings
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linent Leaders
Km in tin' iiP.!<-rround Ha-
fee Ue establishment of
11 ,f Israrl. will be Kiiest
Cr at the l^ael Ihstarlrut
Elder Wednesday evening at
Mid" hotel.
BuMcin conducted his un-
' nd radio proj ram during
Up of the mandatory power
ttine. On May 14. 1948,
line Sta'c of Israel was pro-
U governmental broadcast
C still controlled by the
K broke down and there was
Lyof broadcasting the procla-
(Bur-tein came to the rescue
[the Haganah radio, and the
t of Israel were able to hear
historic decision.
[Burstein is now director of
Department of Culture and
Ition of the Hi-tadrut in Is-
L Segal, also a speaker on
ogram, is general secretary
Farband Labor Zionist Or-
fle is a member of the exec-
I committee of the World Zi-
lOrganization.
Veal part of the program will
a Haggadah Pageant, in-
Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
Implf Beth Sholom, who is
W the pageant: Judith Ab-
star of the Maurice
U Art Theatre; Sedor Be-
\, well-known interpreter of
folk song-: Ben Basenco.
Iartist and commentator; and
|Shapiro. active in local the-
I productions.
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Hillel Schedules
Seder Monday
B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation
at the University of Miami will
hold its annual setler at Hill,.I
House Monday evening. Passover
festivals will begin with the read
ing of the Hag-;auah, to be follow
(I by the serving of a seven course
Seder hanqin '
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, Hillel
director, will conduct the seder
ritual, and will he misted by stu-
dents from the .Foundation.
More than 100 students and uni-
versity faculty members will at-
tend this annual affair, which for
the past 13 years has heen spon-
sored by the B'nai Brith lodges
and chapters of the Greater Miami
area.
Off. JOSIPH BUKSTim
Wins Top Local
Coverage Award
I'J. channel 4. has been
the national Headliner
.for.having the nation's top
local coverage of television news.
Ralph Renick. WTVJ news di-
rector, was notified of the award
by the Headliners, comprised of
leaders in all fields of news dis-
semination.
Zionist Youth Commission
Will Meet Here Wednesday
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission will hold its monthly
meeting Wednesday night at the
Bureau of Jewish Education bldg.
According to Mrs. Irwin Wein-
stein, chairman of the Zionist
Commission, discussion will in-
clude camp programming, accom-
plishments of the various Young
Judaea groups here and evaluation
of local activities. City director
Jerome Schulman will show a film,
"To Save One Life."
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Miss Berzok Weds
Former Assistant
Attorney General
Flayne F
Moir J. L
double rin
Berzok became Mrs.
Tendrich in 2 p.m.
ceremonies Sunday.
tyUmfrtet A(kat 7

Friends of Mr*. Ray Mark* are glad to learn that she1,,
hospital.and recuperating at the home of her daughter Mrs. I
4360 SW 1st st.. Miami. Royal Palm ave.'s Jack Lowt wen
week to her parents. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Barnard, on _*!
their 43rd wedding anniversary. The Bernards moved herei
York seven years ago following his retirement from business
Honorees at a recent birthday party were Mr. and Mrs. |
Mar. 11. it Beth David Synagogue, j ^r9i 1602 Meridian ave. Paul' sons-in-law and daughter^
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated. for the occasion and included Mr. and Mr*. Leon Lundy and{
The bride is the daughter of Lavitt*. Among guests wece his grandchildren, Shelley an41
Mr and Mrs Nathan Berzok. 339 Hom Lundy and Marc and Sutan Lavitt. .
SW Hth st.. M.am.. The groom's j ^^ ^ Flamingo df homp spem, sprJnR ^ ^
( atskill Mountain* is Mr*. Arthur Winarick. He's executive,
of Ellenville, NY's Concord hotel. .
Mrt. Carl (Esther) Weinfck* opened her I.akeview dr. fa,
Tuesday board of directors women's division meeting in \,
Combined Jewish Appeal. Presiding was year-round pre*)
Irving (Ball*) Lehrman. Campaign chairman i- Mrs. Smy^(
Schwartz, soloist, and Mrs. Fsther sirnonrioff. Mr*. Gertrude Edmunds was in Miami from Ch
Sandrew were bridesmaids, with
Adnenne Tendrich and Donna
Former "Pajama Game" star Marion Colby, who recently.
her name to Mr*. Barnard Frank, has her eye with Beach
Berni* on a Rivo Alto Island home. .
parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Tendrich. 747 West ave, Miami
Beach.
Comb) "f the bride Mrs Isabel
Simon was matron of honor. The
bride's lister, Hiss Hclvne Berzok,
was maid <>f honor. Miss Myrle
MRS. HARRY [HRUCHSUIN
l auii i ix v"l
MRS. MOil 11H0RKH
.Trip to Nassau
For the Truppmans
Englandcr acting as flower girls.
badore Tendrich was best man
for hi* brother, while another
brother Sam. headed up the ush-
ers who included Max Tendrich.
and Mai Knukmucr. the grooms (icriiltill-BoiTi Coiipll' MCCl 111 .ItTllSalc
brother in law. Mr anc| jAr*. Leo Gluckstadt, of, Belgium for seven yemj
The former Miss Berzok gradu-|744 Eucij,j ave< Miami Beach, an- moving with her parents I
ated from Miami Senior High nounce tne engagement of their sau. NY.
School and belonged to Sharct; dauRnter Hanne, to Mr. Arthur
Gutwillig, of Jerusalem. Israel.
The bride-elect was born in
Hamburg, Germany, and lived in
chapter of B'nai Brith Young
Women. She is a dental assistant
to the crftom's brother. Dr. M. I.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward S Trupp- Tendrich.
man are taking a wedding trip t" Her husband is a graduate of
man are taking a wedding trip i<> Her niisnano is a urauuate OI ,,,!
iu following their 8 p.m. wed-1the University of Miami law ( mid! ill'l), HOW HI (1
A graduate of New Ya
versify with a Bacheloni
Miss Gluckstadt left for]
February. 194!). where she I
Kibbutz Kfar Oarom, sc
Aviv, before moving to,
A telephone engineer, i
willig was born in Mannh
many, emigrated to S
1939 and to Israel three]
vr- II B Klite. 3401 SW 9th ter., with the law firm of Englandcr
a floor-length town of chnn- and Tendrich.
' llj lace and net over white satin
Her finger tip veil wa> held I J
a lace cap. The bouquet was of
white orchids and carnations.
Barbara Truppman, the groom*!
u.,s maid of honor. Mr>.
Bertha Kornfeld was matron-of-
honor, and Gay Ciucci was a brides-
maid.
The maid of honor wore a baby
A reception followed the cere-
mony at Beth David. Out-of-town
quests included Richard W. Ervin,
attorney general. Slate of Florida;
Charles T. Henderson. Tallaha--ce.
assistant attorney general; Nathan
Tendrich, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and
Mis. Alliert Simon. Forest Hills,
L.I., N.Y.; Leo Propper. Bronx,
N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sohn.
blue ballerina-length gown of taf-.^ew York City; Mr. and Mrs. Sam
carried pink carnations, sann. Jersey City, N.J.: and Mr.
Other attendants wore pink bal-
lerina gowna and carried blue car-
nation-.
Thi room is the son of
nd Mrs. H. Truppman. Min-
ilis, Minn. His best man was ,,, ,. .,. ,
Klite, the bride's brother. l A] t it ll -lt 1 itK
and Mrs. Sol Mahl. Bronx.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Havana, the couple are at home
at 747 West ave.
MRS. tDWARO TRUPPMAN
Miss Stadlan Weds
Jerusalem Resident
Th. Mai it. i her Dr. William B. Abel- Beach for Residence
, ,.\< ...id Stanley Kornfeld.
and Sarah Leah The Mower girl, Jennifer it"--
Gold-
take atcr- ,,c Jl"nc place Sunday. Mar. 25, at Torah; later.
Temple. No date has been set
The marriage ceremony will be we(|ding.
held on the shores of Biscayne,
Bay in the Temple's outdoor patio.
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel will de-
liver the marriage vows to the
bride and groom.
Following the ceremony, an af-
ternoon lunch buffet will be serv
ed in the Temple gardens.
In a 6 p.m. candb-linht cere-
mony Mar. 11 at the Dil.ido hotel,
y blue eyelet over blue j
Miami Bea ,;1-
in
Abraham M. Cassel ing.
p.- ig in the ceremony
Rabbi J
Abraham Scif and Cantor Berele ,--------------------------------------
Sherman and Harry M.'
Ehrlichstein exchanged vows be
A n following the cere- ,. ,. .,,, ,,.,,,., Kronishi Temple
held in the Center. ,.,,, sholotn ,,,,,.,, u.u.r
The couple Will lie at h i The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Zindel Sherman. 724 I. iqps
ave., wore a ballerina-length gown.
mer. In honor of the groom community. The groom is the son torturing French chantillj laea ov-
and the many Hebrew-speaking 0f Mr. and Mrs. Moshe Bianko.
its, Rabbi Cassel delivered the of Jerusalem.
marriage address in Hebrew.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Joshua Stadlan. Hebrew edu-
cators here and well known in cul-
tural and religious circles in the
0
August bros rV
IS the DtST
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Among guests were Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, principal of the He-
brew Academy; Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky, Beth El Congregation;
and Cantor Maurice Mamcbes,
Beth Jacob. Reception followed
the ceremony at Torah Temple.
Final blessing of the newly mar-
ried couple was delivered by Rab-
bi Ranaan-Kook. son-in-law of the
or tafleta bodice, with bouffant
skirt of tulle. .Juliet cap of lace
and tulle and illusion veil.
She carried a lace-covered Bible
centered with white brass orchids.
Miss Helen Dector, Newark,
N.J., was maid of honor, in a
waltz-length gown. She carried a
crescent bouquet of aristocrat
roses.
The groom, son of Mrs. Gussie
Ehrlichstein, 150 Jefferson ave,
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jBJ. |NAJ19 SKOLNICK
jtzcrs Will Live
Eoral (iiiblea
JTemple Sholom, Philadelphia,
dav. Edith Salditch and Nor-
,'cf!t/er were united in niar-
[. Rabbi Pincus C'hazin offi-
hride Is the daughter of
land M'v Isaac Simaon, Phila-
|i:a. Parent- ol the bridegroom
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Geltzer, 21
|lHh tor
Iren in marriage by her par-
the wide wore :i gown of
(illy, lace over satin. A tiara
ield her fingertip illusion veil,
'he carried while orchids on
ble
! bride. Mrs.
Joseph Ro-
Btfh. of-honor.
[Gordon wore a blue silk enck-
.(.otn got : Mrs. RosMh
n was ol "nik taffeta.
1 carried sprit! [lowers.
Staldini- Gol was maid
fior in a i tin waltz-
gown. She also carried
flower-
Bernard Geltzi r w i- best
[for hirbroMi.' Jay Brotman,
ppAere-- i Geiger, Frank
ti, Paul Schreibman, Martin
|BeT!.T-l Salditch, Tibor Sim-
Sidney Gor' n and Joseph
(and nephew of the bride.
P> I Mark Salditch, were
T girl in,!; ir,.r.
1 guests fol-
"i "i i."lorn audi-
| trip in the
uple will
i Coral (
MISS CONSTANCt GOODMAN
'Goodmans Reveal
Troth of Constance
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodman
announce th* encasement of their
daughter. Constance, to Norman
Alan Zurker. *on of Isidore Zurkcr.
St. Petersburg, and the late Mrs.
Zucker.
The Goodmans live at 275 SW
43rd ave.
A native of Nw York, Miss
Goodman era^unted from Miami
High School wbre she was a mem-
jber of Trj-Alphq scholastic soei
etv, Spani-h national honor soci-
iev and Tau Alpha Omega Coun-
cil.
Also a Ne*. Yorker, Mr. Zucker
graduated from St. Pe*ersburg
Hi eh School and the University
of Miami. His fraternity is Sigma
Alpha Mm.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
I in Jim frr the
m Ho/i-'cys
I I v is annouaei
I nth addition,
pSTHNE I |mv |R SHOPS
J^'IT SHIPPERS, on Nor-
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*> kw the confidence shown
* and the many ,-pontaneoua
uion.. which ultimately
i* ",* ': powibl*. They
Wo their carefully chosen
>poryd K.diea of exquisite
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motahud Sen ,ce" will con-
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Wtody. A- Mote, ,he 24-hour
lm"m "7""r d,,roMl at
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.d. Hollywood Rch Hotel.
, ~l-n "" B87I fWayne
"d 4U I6th Street,
Fka
Susan's Husband is
Air Force Man
Eleanor Sknlniek. who introduc-
ed her brother, Bernard Skolnick.
to Susan R. Kpstein. was maid of
honor at their wedding when the
couple exchanger! vows Sunday.
{Rabbi Henry Okulica officiated at
the 4:30 p.m. ceremony in North
Dade Jewish (enter.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Epstein, of
811 NW 140th st., and the bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs,
'Leo Skolnick, 1541 S. Treasure dr.
Given in marriage by her lather,
the bride wore a >treetjength
'gown of white lace and a short veil
of nylon tuj
Murray Hahbaz was best man.
A reception followed in the
home of the brides parents.
The newlyweds will be at hOHM
after Apr. 13 in Savannah. Ga.,
where Mr. Skolnick is stationed
with the Air Foi
MRS. NORMAN GEITZE*
Congregations
Launch Activities
Congregation Council which was
organized only two weeks ami to
coordinate manpower recruitment
and fund raising in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal launched
activities this week in several im-
portant campaign areas.
Under the direction of f.eon .1.
Ell. chairman of the Venetian-Bay
area, nearly 50 key workers met at
the Algiers hotel to receive assign-
ments.
Assisting Ell in this important
campai-'n area will be Rabbi Leon
Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom.
and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of
Temple Emanu-El.
Serving closely with Ell to direct
the big job of coverage will be
John Serbin. chairman of the Busi-
ness and Professions Division, and
other key representatives serving
as hoard members of both temples.
Many hundreds of residents may
not be personally visited due to
shortage of volunteers, it was ex-
plained by Ell. and he urged that
thqy telephone the offices of the
Combined Jewish Appeal signify-
ing their wish to make a contribu-
tion.
Serving as members of Ell's key
corps are Aaron Newman. Ellis
Grossman, Mrs. Ellis Grossman,
Irving Gladstone. Charles Herron,
Mrs. Bea Kassel, BU KatsJn, Ban-
ford Kean. Frank Brickman. Ar-
thur Burrell, Joseph Rubin. Ben-
iamin Rosenstein, Oscar Member.
.Io-eph Hoffman. John Serbin,
David Erenberg, Joseph Rose,
Samuel Ginsberg, Joseph a below.
Irving Cypen, Morris B. Miller, and
George Talianoff, Abe Solosko,
Mrs. H chapman. William Agra
nove, Mrs. Betty Goldstein. Mrs.
Etta Brouda and Harold Feldman.
Community Seder
At Hollywood Hotel
Rabbi Marius Ranson, of Fort
Uuderdale, and Cantor Sherwin
Levine. of Miami Beach, will con
duct a community seder at the Hol-
lywood Beach hotel on the first
eve of Passover, Monday, Mar. 26,
beginning at 6 p.m. The Reform
Jewish ritual "Union Haggadah"
will be used.
Mrs. Fannie Doktor, of 1535
Lenox ave.. Miami Beach, has been
appointed Miami Beach chairman
in charge of reservations. Tables
will seat parties of ten or less
Held under the auspices of Tem-
ple Emanu-El of Broward county,
this will be the eighth annual seder
at the Hollywood Beach hotel.
Rabbi Ranson has preached fre-
quently at Temple Israel of Miami
and at Temple Beth Sholom of
Miami Beach and is well known
here.
Cantor Levine came to Xfmple
Emanu-El from Temple Brith Kod-
esh of Rochester, N.Y. He was
guest soloist of the University of
Miami Symphony at Bayfront Park
last year.
Kttio Kay
pen's Apparel* shop
Mfajaj foa SPmGJIm
in
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| IACE A FAUIE
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Norman Brown Post Has Officer Election
chaplain: and Samuel Braucr,
three-year strustee.
Ruth Rosenthal has been elected
[president of the auxiliary. Others
include Sylvia Sandier, senior vice
president; Florence Bergman, jun-
ior vice president; Rose Ackerman,
treasurer; Shirley Reigrod, con-
ductress.
Sidney Bergman has been elect-
ed commander of Norman Bruce
Brown Post 174, Jewish War Vet-
erans.
Others elected at a meeting last
week were Lawrence White, senior
vice commander; Aaron Rosen-
berg, junior vice commander;
Frank Marks, judge advocate; Dr.
Max I. Tendrich, post surgeon.
David Goldberg, quartermaster;
Nat Brown, adjutant; Jack Silver,
BIRTHS
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Michelson Mar. 10.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Liebskind Mar. 9.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Sokol Mar. 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Stuart Mar. 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
David Perl Mar. 7.
Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Rosenblum Mar. 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rosenthal Mar. 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Sachs Mar. 7.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Noble Mar. 7.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Dallis Mar. 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Stone Mar. 3.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Mar. 2.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Warren Kopp Mar. 1.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Dorson Feb. 29.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Rosenthal Feb. 27.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Felkowita Feb. 24.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mr--.
Dennis Noble Feb. 24.
RABBI MARIUS RANSON
______*________________________
Space Available for New
'Independence Day' Sailing
Direct passage to Israel, arriv-
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the eighth anniversary of that
country's independence, can still
be booked aboard the new Israeli
liner, .S.S. Zion, which sails from
New York Mar. 30 on her East-
bound maiden voyage, it was an-
nounced Wednesday by the Ameri-
can-Israeli Shipping Company, U.S.
representatives of the Zim Israel
America Line.
The company's announcement
said that some first and tourist
class space is still available aboard
the vessel, which is the newest ad-
dition to the North Atlantic steam-
er lists and to Israel's merchant
mat inc. The Mar. 30 sailing will
bring her to Haifa on Apr. 13, three
days before Independence Day.
Her passengers will also be in
time for another major event, the
24th World Zionist Congress which
opens in Jerusalem Apr. 24.
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Frieda Levine. three-year trustee.
Joint installation will be Satur-
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LmtitfitkrkUw
Pioneer Key Wester's Passing Presages Close of an Era
A man who came to this country boat, hut found too many Indians wh(,n President Truman ma from his native Roumania in 18!)0. ,n this area ami tarried hack to K|,y W(M Ma !.(!,. White II
finally selecting Key West u his Key Weat. Operator ol a small headquarters, Markowiti inw
new home after railing to Hnd grocery store a1 the corner of n,jt.0 jn the Ke> Weal ( m/en.
other Florida cities to his liking r St. and Truman BV6 until (hanking the President l->r his part
died in Miami late last month. 1848, when the Infirmities oj i iropean aid plans -i am anxi-
II,. g i ib forced him to retire. MarkowiU 1 P. MarkowiU 97; used to tell friends thai he lust r am for what he and the Con
pioneer Key "dabbles in real eatate" although n.n,. ,),, tl,r ns people m other
West merchant he "could have made ball a million parN ,,f the world." the notice ax-
dollars here ii 1 were SO years ,,|,,,,,.,1 "Millions of them were
younger ruthlesslj killed during World War
u/est was the largest city (( hut the millions who survive
m Florida when Markowiti came ;in, thankful for the help they
. here, and he steadfast!) refused have received from the President
if Isadora; h grand- to shorten his name when his chil- an,i the Congwsa."
J children. Perry, dren and grandchildren decided
Janet. Frank. Ho- to do M, also refusing to follow
bert. Max. Paul, them -north' to Miami and Weal N.ival ;(|(k, ,() (h;ink mm for lnp
Palm Beach. notice "He told me." Markowitz
i just like the conch." he used pxplajned t0 newsmen, "that the
to explain. "You couldn't pay me p.sjdenl .ad fne notice twice
to live 1.1 Miami. If you no down- and a big kick ou, of j(
town, you stand a ^t^ZVcl A charter member of Bnai Zion
getting trampled to death. In K, Markowitz pioneer-
West, you can st.ll wander around ^ 8^ ^ (f|ft fa^
town safely. WTVJ1 Wolfsons father. Louis.
and former Mayor Abe Aronovitz*
father. Morris Now that he has
pasted on. an era seems closed in
the history of America's most
who came to that
city in 1882. He
1- survived bj
three sons, Her-
man. Charles and
Markowitz' MffBfl thrill came
when President Truman sent a
Police, Firemen's Benevolent
Association Elects Officers
Newly-elected Patrolman George
Zoller will be installed as president
of the Miami Beach Police and
Firemen's Benevolent Association
in ceremonies at the Miami Beach
Kennel club Sunday evening.
Other 'new officers who will be
' installed are Fire Lt. S. M. (Blackie)
I nterberg. vice president, and Fire
C'apt. William Miller, who was re-
elected to serve as secretary-
treasurer.
Executive board members for
the Police Department are William
H. Minor, two-year term, and Earl
William, one-year term.
=1^ Match,
CTAWAIKiiJ
and 10 great
MAKKOWITZ
Rose and Evelyn;
grandchildren.
Grandson Paul H. Marks. Miami
attorney of 1374 SW 22nd st is
president of Fiagler Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association here.
Markowitz paid his first visit to
Miami in 1892. having to come by
Miami Attorney
Gets Award
southern city.
was notified this week that he has
won a monetary award and citation
from the l.S. Civil Service Com-
mission for submitting a beneficial
money saving suggestion under the
government Incentive Award- Pro-
gram.
Spear, who formerly was the in-
vestigator-in-charga of the Miami
Office of the United State-
Service Commission, submitted his
award-winning suggestion last year
prior to bis resignation from the
government to open a law office in
Miami. Hi- suggestion pertained
to processing of file- in the region-
al offices of the IS Civil Service
Commission.
Spear received his BS degree in
economics from the University of
Pennsylvania and his law degree
from Rutgers University. At law of 103 persons,
school, he was associate-editor-in- He served in the Army in World
chief of the Rutgers I n.vers.tv War and was ^ioned hot"
Law Review and received the h.gh-,the EuroP" and ***** thgatgrs
e.-t average
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Greater Miami Jewry prepared both nnr mm*. ~a ,. .
to mobilize Itjfun resources W,,- m%ZX]m?LmTJ
nesday 'to speed Israel direct an.l complete support of yourself and
.mmed.ate assistance in these cm- your organiESm. I .," V u to
cial hour, of her year of dec.on.' dear your calendar so that Greater
chairman Jacob Sher of the State Miami'. Jewish community onof
ported committee re the most important in the world'
Sher announced that the entire
month of April and most of May
will be celebrated as "Israel Inde-
pendence Month," honoring the
State of Israel on its eighth anni-
versary.
In a letter addressed to the pros
idents of every Jewish organization
in Greater Miami. Sher said "In
order to provide larwl with the
maximum benefits of this com-
memorationthrough a communi-
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CHARLES FRIEDMAN. Proprietor
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I
CU again provide a positive an-
swer to Israel's government and
people.
"The eyes of Israel truly are
upon us in this gravest Of all her
criaea. Only through a compact,
total community campaign can we
realize for Israel the maximum po-
tentialan overwhelming response
to 'he 1<)56 Israel Bond campaign."
Although Sher did not disclose
any immediate functions, several
activities of the women's division
ty-wide effort for the Saie of Israel already have been announced, the
Bondsyou are requested to clear Labor Zionists of Greater Miami
your organization's calendar now.",are preparing thcir t
Sher. who led the community toL y
r.cord breaking hond sales in for Israel evcr he,d nere- and ,hc
1955. said "the entire period will Guardians and Trustees of Israel
be devoted to intense activities by arc mapping special functions.
Judge Ferguson in Crimes Court Race
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iptjon attended by some 300
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Jes" (Greenber New York).
Jeption was held at the home
I and Mr- Samuel Simonhoff,
[North Bayshore dr., Miami.
lonhoff. a syndicated column-
|nd world traveler, was for
[years a staff writer for The
i Floridian. His weekly col-
lin The Jewish Floridian, "I'll
\ later led to the publication
I first nook, "t'nder Strange
I' (Philosophical Library, New
paSnaTly from rharleston, S.C.,
boff is an attorney and noted
Bunity leader here. He has
principally active in Zionist
K B'nai B'rith. Greater Miami
i Federal io n and Israel
f 1951. Simonhoff went on a
Iwide tour, sending week'y
i to The Jewish Floridian on
pmpressions of Jewish com-
ities from continents as far-
I as Africa.
is currently on a tour of
i America with his wife, Use
Judge Tim Ferguson has an-,
nounccd his candidacy for Judge ,
Of the Court of Crimes to fill the
additional judgeship recently pro- j
vided for in Dade county. Judge
Ferguson served for a period of 20
Miirs as Justice of the Peace and
Judge of Small Claims Court in
Dade county, and during the time
he was in office he reportedly
handled in excess of 100,000 crimi-
nal cases.
"Because of this experience. I
fully believe I am qualified for the
office of Judge of the Court of
Crimes where trials of the same
Wind of cases are held," the can-
didate said Wednesday. "My first
act when I assume office will be
to change the present order and
practice now existing in the Court
of Crimes, which is requiring de-
fendants to remain in jail for a
period of five days before a hear-
ing of any kind is given. This or-
der and practice is contrary to the
statutes of the State of Florida
under the Florida Criminal Code
I which requires the defendant to be
brought before the court without
unnecessary delay. This practice
often obstructs justice and amounts
to a pre-judgment and sentence of
guilt of defendants, contrary to
justice and good conscience."
Judge Ferguson entered the Uni-
versity of Florida at 14 and re-
ceived AB and Juris Doctor de-
grees. While in attendance at the
University of Florida he wa- a
member of the Blue Key. Ph: Deltl
Phi honorary legal. Phi Kappa Phi
honorary scholastic and Alpha Phi
Epailon honorary debating fra-
ternities. He was a member of the
University of Florida debating
team and president of the debating
counsel. Upon graduation from the
University in 1924, his age disa-
bilities were removed, and he en-
tered the practice of law in Miami.
| Judge Ferguson has been active
in civic, fraternal and political life
oi Dade county and Florida. He
was charter member and regional
director of the Southeastern states
of the Young Democratic clubs of
America, first president of the
Young Democratic clubs of Dade
county, state president of Young
Democratic clubs of Florida, a dele-
gate from Florida to the National
Democratic Convention in 1940,
1944 and 1948, and former vice
president of Miami Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce.
He is a Mason, Elk, Eastern
Star, Moose, Woodman and mem-
ber of Riversifle Methodist Church.
Ferguson is married and resides
with his wife and son at 1543 NW
South River dr.
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Luncheon meeting of Histadrut
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Leyeles, leading Yiddish poet and
essayist, was honored at the lunch-
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"Group Inzikh," modernists in Yid-
dish poetry.
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+Jewis*I*rkltori
Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Wor%
!lidQy. March
23,
Services ... Greater Miami Hou......t Worship Monday evening wl.....n the j vP
for the Hebrew Year 5716. Services will continui Tuesdaj and Wedn-day. with se, lonm h, .1... I. .
observance on .Monday evening, when the Haggaddah-the story ... the Exodus fromi Egypt "
the bead of the family aj the- table in millions ol Jewish home^lhroughout the world and with the voung*
asking the traditional Four Questions.
ISRAELITE CENTER will Hold
l riday evening services
p.m. Saturdaj morning services

.

at 6 '30
renders (ho musical portions m Ices are in Yeshiva HtilatlO am
"Shabbat Hagodol." or the Great .ho liturgj Oneg Shabbal follow- Passover will Z*^*
Sabbath, which is the Saturday pro- In* will be in I,,:,,- ol it Morris mencina hs<, cesl on day e
Kleiman. Saturday morning serv- ning at 6:80. ruesdaj m'rn"^
will be H:30 a.m services will inolune tne
ceding the first days of Passover,
will be observed commencing at tees are at 9. Sermon
Morton Malavsky will based on the Weekly Portion ,, sermon i; Greatness ofUtUt
ate and preach on the topic: lor services are in the chapel at rhings
-The Great Sabbath." Cantor Sam- "i >m Traditional sen-ices for
Salkow renders the musical the first born are scheduled Mon
,,i the liturgj Passover day morning at 7:30 Passover*
be ushered in Monda) < venii
ions
ces bi in Monday evening at
i 30 p m. Tuesday morning, al
1 a.m Rabbi Malavskj will dis-
cuss: "Passing Another Passover."
Evening services are at 6:30 "Fes
tival ol Freedom" will be the sub
jeel of the Wednesday morning
sermon.
i *
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
hold Friday evening sen lc
8 15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will of
ite. The late Harry Boyell will
be memorialized with a perform
ance ol Ernest Block's "Sacred
ice" directed bj Cantor Jacob
Bornstein and the choir. Guest di-
rector will he University ol Miami
rnuMc school Prof. Joel Belov Sat-
urday morning services aiv at II.
Mark, son ol i>r and Mrs William
Wickman, will become B
vah. Passover commences Mondaj
m ith sen ices at >> p m .
followed by the congregational
si der at 0 30 p m Tuesdaj morn-
rvices n al 11.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Fl
it 8:30. Rabbi \i>
raham Herson's Shabbat Hagodol
sermon will be "The Great I
i r Humi i 5a at ion I ai tor M
Glantz renders the mu
ol the 111ur-i> Mr an I
Mrs. Al Roth and Mr and Mrs.
Joseph Saul will be hosts at Oneg
morning serv-
at 9. Subject Of the sermon
i-: "The Exodus from Egypt and
the Modern Egyptian Menace."
i v.t observance commences
with services Monday evening at
6:45. Tuesday mommy services
: B, B>bbj Hccaon's Pass
rmon will be: Cardinal Prin-
- ol Human Freedom'' Ser-j
mon on the second day of Pass-
is World Order and the
Order of Passover.

TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 and 8.30
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi-
BSSisted by the Temple choir.
and discuss: "Approaching the
Passover." Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9. with Sabbath school
at 9:30 a.m. Fast of the first born
is scheduled for Monday morning
at 7. Passover observance will be
Ushered in a' services Monday eve-
ning, 6:15 Tuesday mommy serv-
ices are at 9. when th<
CANDltUGHTING riff!
Nisan 11 6:16 p.m.
4*
6 Tuesday morning services are
at 9, with Rabbi Rosenberg preach-
ing on the topic "Enslavement
Wiihm Freedom." Tuesday eve-
ning services are at 8 Services for
the second daj i Passover also
commence at 9, with the sermon:
ih" Modern Four Sons" i\e-
i r\ ues. concluding the first
two i ver, are at t>

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hoi I S il irdaj mot ning sen
'. :;o. Rabbi Tibor stern
will i i nd preach on the
"Al the Brink ol Passoi er "
cantor Maurice Mamches renders
the musical portions of the litui
Murray, son ol Mr and Mn Jack
n, will become Bar Mitzvah
Al S p m Rabbi stem will deliver
his Shabbat Hagodol sermon: "Hal
achic Aspects ot the Pascal Offer-
ing." Mincha and Shalos Seudos
follow, with Rev. Morris MOSCO-
uit/ .is host Passover wTll be iish
ered in Mondaj evening with serv-
s, nn's schedule: "A
of Gardens." Cantor
Louis Gartenhaus renders the mu-
sii il portions ol the litui Eve
i ces both daj ol Passover
:jo.

temple SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 Rabbi David Shapiro will
officiate Guesl speaker will be
Mortimer May. president of the,
Zionist Organization of America.
Mr end Mr- Irving Hirsch will be
hosts at Oneg Shabbat in honor of
their son. Henry David, who be-,
comes Rar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services at 9. Name-,
giving ceremony for the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Baum is
scheduled. Cantor Yehudah Heil-
braun renders the musical portions
of the Uturgy. Passover will be
observed at a community seder
Monday evening at 6:30.

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. with Rabbi Dane
Lerer officiating and preaching on
the topic: "Preparations for Pass-
over" Saturday morning services
are at 9 Sermon will be: "Shabbat
to!" Passover eve service*
are Monday evening at 6. followed
bj congregational seder Serv-
(i for the firs' and second days
of PaasOVCT will be at 9 a.m. and
6 p.m.
...
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Fridav
MIAMI S Y
NAG OGUEj
E LINCOLN 0AQ
GREATER
A B O V
NORTH SHORI JHWlS* CENTER .120 -
Mayer Abramowlta. Cantor Edward i; "ro,
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM -4144 Chime ave. Liberal n.im
rant >i Samuel I ''"'''' Lwn
TEMPLE EMANU.SLI7"l Waphlnaton av. C,
Lehrman. Cantor PBUlp Brummer. "sun, rumj
ELOW LINCOLN ROAD
JACOB CONGREGATION-.:<.1-311 v\ .,
BETH
lUbM TU>
v'- On
.s'l.ni Cantor Maurice Mamch
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION- K35 Kuclld .,: OrtaoAM
HEBREW ACADEMY-fUX 6th *t. Olthodoi Rabbi A!*x-t
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 111, I ,,, w
Jonah K 'mI.ih I Bator AlTalmni Bait urln*lw.
TORAH TEMPLE12.4 West ave. American J lalsra. Itabbli ih
mid L CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER310 Palermo ave Uh.r.1
( nlur Irving ltobln-n. *""*l-
Moriin Pkop.
ZAI..ORA JEWISH
CENTER44 Zamora ave.
Cantor Itudolph Brill.
DOWNTOWN
a Harw.ta. '
M I A
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 135 NW 3rd
Arle Backer.
HOLL YWOOO and FT. LAU
M I
Ortho&a
O E R D All
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD17:', Mmiro* 1
conservative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD 2OJ0 Polk '< Uproot Pa
live. Kabbl I>nvM Shapiro. Cantor Yetind;i!i Hellbraa*.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE--:> I S..uth AaSMal
Fl. l^audrrdale. Reform. Kabbl Marlua Rai
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINOS JEWISH CENTER ,; Beat lib r
aarvallv*. lUbbi Boris Barkovaky.
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL137 NF 19th t. Reform. Rabbi .l"cph Xirotj
Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Kmerltua. Cantor Jacob Bornstahv
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIOE CENTER 450 N-rth Ml,ij
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Herm.n. Cantol Albeit 0.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION^-1-- o \U Jtl
FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER I
Conservative. Rabbi l.<<> Helm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER-13630 Wet* I
K.ibbl Henry (ikoli.-a. Cantor Maurloa Nl
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION lt.li;. kl .1 SB lltkj
Coaaervatlva. Kabbl Isaac Lerer.
SOUTHWEST
ANSME EN*Fi CONGREGATION 2313 Cnral 11
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE- MJS S\V
.i\
Ortboaw
ices at 6:30 Tuesday morning evening services at 6 15. Saturday
lervid are at 8:30. with the ser- morning sen urs are at fl:30.
mon scheduled ;is; -Mow ( :in We Rabbi Simon April will preach on
Get Rid of that Egypt Problem?" 'he topic: "The Great Sabbath"
Yaaknv Roaenbetv. Cantor Wffllam W.
BETH EL CONGREGATION MM SW !Tth V
Bhmaryabu T. Rwlraky. Cantor lyui.- Gartei
ISRAELITE CENTER -" Malavaki Cantoi Bamaal Balkoa
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION .1144 IMri
0 ihodi.x. Rabbi Mlmon April Caatoi !
WEST MIAMI
TEMPLE ZION'.T?" BW lTth m. Conservative Ral A'fred WtnM
riass m Hagaddah is at 5 p.m.
Wednesday morning services, 8:30
a.m., will include a discussion of:
"Freedom Everlasting."

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
Isaac Ever will discuss: "The
('.-tntor Berele Kelemer renders the (Ireat Sabbath." Class in Talmud
musical portions o/ the liturgy.
Passover services are Tuesday
morning at 8:30. with the Rabbi
preaching on: "Democracy Must be
Practiced." On Wednesday morn-
is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Fast of the first born will
be conducted Monday morning at
8. Monday evening. Passover will
be ushered in at services at 6:30.
Tuesday morning services are at
TER will hold Friday evening serv- '"" ,he sermon will be: "Ques
ices at 8 15. Rabbi Morris Skop ,,ons Should be Answered." Model 8:30. with the sermon: "Passover-
will discuss: "What Makes Mar- s,,,l'r tof children is scheduled Anniversary of the Birth of Hu-
I man Liberty." Rabbi Ever will
discuss: "Is the Horizon in the
Seudos. Services for the finr]
will be held Monday mormn
Passover observance
Monday evening at 5:45.
and Wednesday morning
will be at 9 a.m. and 5:451

TEMPLE EMANU-EL wifll
Friday evening services at SI
8:30 p.m.. with Rahbi Ininir
man officiating and preack
the topic: "On the Thru
a Glorious Festival." Cantor I
riage Successful?" Cantor Irving Sunday morning. Mar. 25. at 10.
Robinson renders the musical por-|
tions of the liturgy, with the choir I ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will East Crimson with the Coming'.
under the direction of Robert hold Friday evening services at 6 ll*h{ nf OtmuV during Wednes- Brummer renders the musKM
Strassburg. Candle blessing will Saturday morning aankea are at dav morning Passover services at tions of the liturgy. SaturwfT
be by Mrs gad Edelman and 8:30. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz offi- 8-30. Evening services both days ing services are at i
Mrs. B Heights. 0 Byron and Elton Edcl- dering the musical portions of the
man will lie boat* at Oneg Shah- liturgy- Passover will be ushered
bat in honor of their parents' 50th in with services Monday evening at
wedding anniversary. Saturday 6. Congregational seder follows.
morning services are at 9 45. Jcfl- Tuesday and Wednesday morning
e e e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will dis-
........ ...... ................... ...... ...... ,.iik cuss: "Builders of Twentieth Cen-
v.illbe- "Ye Shi I be'Freed Tues ''' l" "' Mr '";'' M'" H-'-vm"n'1 ,'',"v"r aervlcei are at 8:30. with tury JewryIsaac M. Wise." Sat-
t itron will become Bar Mitzvah. Ri'hbi Hurwitz preaching and of- urday morning services are at
'"'r witt observe Passover at ticiatlng. j 10:45. Richard, son of Mr. and
a c<" ,1'! -''' Tuesdaj Mrs. Arthur Sternoff. 12015 Crif-
Sam Silver is char TORAH TEMPLE will usher in fing blvd.. will become Bar Mitz-
r with servieea Monday vah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer ren
evening at 7:18 in the outdoorIden the musical portions
CONGRE- chapel on Biscayne Bay. First liturgy. Passover commences with Friday eveniv.
man.
evening. 6 p.m.. the Temnle ,>n,,.r V|
will conduct a communal seder
Wedi morninfl. er ices arc
' 9, with Rabbi Waxman dist
A Lesson from the II.
dah."
*
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evenir, serv-
ires at 8:15. Rabin Henry Okolica
mon will be based on the *|
Portion. Karsten Jay, son
and Mrs. Theodore Struhl I
come Bar Mitzvah. Paswajf
commence with services
evening at 6:30. Tuesday i
nesday morning services^
with evening service- all
6:30. Rabbi Lchrman i.l
sermons on both days ol r
will preach on the topic "How to
( .1, (irate Passover Cantor Man
rice Neu renders the musical por-
tions of the liturgv. Traditional
services for the lirst horn are
scheduled Monday morninu at 7:30. .
At 9 a.m unleavened bread ritual M(lnd^
will be held. Passover will be
ushered in Monday evening at
7:30. with a community seder fol-
lowing. Tuesday morning services
are at 9. with Mincha at 7 p.m.
Services for the second dav of
Passover are also scheduled for 9
a.m with the observance of the
lirst two days of the festival con-
cluding at 5:30 p.m.

FLAGLER-GRANADA
, of the COMMUNITY CENTER*
^S::TH ,SRAEL CONGRE on Biscayne Bay. First liturgy. Passover commences with Friday evening services
ON wil hold Fridav evening Passover wdet follows Services services Mondav evening at 6:15. 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi "JJ
I 5:45 Saturday morn- Tuesday and Wednesday mornings Congregational seder follows at officiating In honor"
Rabbi Will be at 9. Second seder is Tues- 6:45. Tuesdav morning Passover en's Group. Mrs. Natnan"
at 7:15. Rabhi Abra- services will be at 10:45. |Of National CoOBO
ham M. tassel will officiate. Women, will discUSK *
acTU HEBREW ACADEMY will hold. Womn-H SlaW=
r.!,TH ,ISRAEL CONGREGA- Friday evening services at 620.' mun.ty. Oneg Sh
TION will hold Friday evening Saturday morning services are at lardayZ 1^*
-rv.ee- ... .; 15 Saturday morn-,P. Minrha will be at 6 p.m. Fast, 8.:30-..w,,h1 *%JT1
evening a. 6 15 Tuesday ft 5?^"' ^ ^h Kabhi f ,h fir^ ^^ "" ** ohserved
serv Ices
1 M are
Jonah (apian will preach on the day i
topic: The Miracle ol Jewish Bur
OT Abraham Self nn
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy. Mincha follows the Rab-
in s elaai al 545 p.m. Passover
will be
Mitzvah of Mictael Oijj
be at 6 p.m.
pas
Mr. and Mrs.
Shalos Seudos folio"
will bo ushered in Mo"0*?
- yind;fS
at 6.
830 am. service w'l "rh re sTh." ,h ??* on: | Mondy mornin at 7:3- P*>ver
include the sermon: "The JeZ h Bible im L ,, a. 9^" '" comm""** with services Monday
Approach to Freedom On Wed h m I I 5.??' fo,,owed evpnin < 6 >3- Services Tuesday
nesdav morning iSbbicJnan" "^ Sha'S SeudS and Wednesday morning will be
w.ll discuss "The Beg nnng of mTT' C*,mmences wi,h ^^ 8:45. with evening services at
Slaverv Evening services fo ?thi R *?** 8:3- Kabbi ,8 15 n Tuesday. Rabbi Morris
find two dav' d" Pa sovcTare w", V" ftS "Pharaoh K,pin W1" *** 'Pe-ssover-A
are at Speaks to Israel" during services Child (entered Holiday." Rabbi
Tuesday morning Wednesday J Alexander Gross will preach on
morning at 9. the sermon will be: the second day. His topic is: "Re-
hold Friday evening ser^caTat b'IarV. S*' Evemng serv,c's j ^Ponsibilities in Freedom."
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will Saturday morning services are at I ...
hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky I AGUDATH _______ ANSHE E M E S CONGREGA
8:30. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will will officiate and preach his Shab- INSTITUTE
preach on the topic: 'The Great bat Hagodol sermon on- "Cho- nine
Sabbath." Cantor William Lipson^metz of the Heart." Junior serv- mJLi0*" *l 83 Saturday ing services are at 9. Mincha will, Abramowitz win
ng services are .18:30. Rabbi.be at 5:30. followed by Shalos! Cowtlmied
ISRAEL HEBREW TION will hold Friday evening
will hold Friday eve- services at 5:45. Saturday morn-' services at
~t 6:?"
are
ing services are
will preach on both <
preting the meanJJ^ J ,
. festival of ^\JJT
will assist with the nw*
HORTH SHO JJJ*.
T will ^ldl5Frfr
" "^ ttll


March 23,1956^
MsWorklton
Page 13 E
jsover Begins
iday Evening
rtinutd from Paga U E
IntainUWng Returns." Can-
LdKlem renders the mu-
CL of the liturgy, as-
fe he choir under the di-
1W0{ EH Samuels. Saturday
services are at 8:45.
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
jon
wj|] become Bar Mitz-
on is based on the Week-
EMETH CONGREGA-
,|| hold Friday evening
at 7:30. Herbert Buch-
M officiate and preach on
^ic 'What Passover Means
p Model seder is scheduled
U nf the Sunday school on
P morning at 10. In charge
Mesdamcs S. Tambor, B.
D. Gotx, K. Heist, H.
A S. Avins.
*
RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
mil hold Friday evening
at 6. Saturday morning
are at 8:30. with Rabbi
fieckcr preaching on the
-The Value oi Symbols."
pn Bible is at 5:30 p.m., fol-
\, Mincha and Shalos Seu-
Weinstein Named Government Publicity Group Elects Meyer Vice President
Representative
Hank Meyer, city publicity di-
rector, has been elected a vice
Nathan (Sonny) Weinstein has president of Government Public
been nominated for reelection to; Relations Association for 1956, the
another term without opposition I-----------~----------------------------------"
as representative of St. Johns tion was Rep. F. Charles Usina, vet-
r u> Ieran mcmbcr ot ,ne House of Rcp-
Kep Weinstein, who is a mem- resentatives, having served six
ber of the Miam, Beach law 1:irm | lerms. Weinstein was elected ^
| of Weinstein, Weinstein and Wein-
stein. explained that "I am humbly
grateful for the confidence shown
by the people of St. Johns county
in my ability as their representa-
tive. I will keep this confidence by-
continuing to work for the better-
ment of St. Johns county and the
State of Florida."
Also nominated without opposi-
1964.
association s executive director,
Mrs. Pan Dodd Wheeler, announc-
ed last week.
Meyer served as president of the
organization in 1952 and as vice
president in 1951, the year of its
founding. In the interim, he has
been a member of GPRA's govern-
ing board.
MALVIN EMCUNOM
Englander Vies for
Justice of Peace
TO All
GlttTINGS
kg services at 8:15, with Rah-
ris Rackovsky preaching on
Lpic: "A Wee Ray of Hope."
1 Shabbat follows. Saturday
ne services are at 8:30. when
I Bruce, son ot Mr. and Mrs.
will become Bar Mitz-
Malvin Englander has announc-
ed his candidacy for Justice of the
Peace, Fifth District.
Englander is 35, a practicing at-
L7 ami Mr- Joseph Swartz torney and has been a resident of
hosts Passover will be Miami Beach for 25 years. He is
jo at services Monday' a veteran of World War II. gerv-
\i at 7. Tui sdaj morning, ing both as an officer and enlisted
[ Becker will officiate ; man. Married, he has three chil-
Lach on the topic: "From dren, Nicki, 10. Donna. 8. and Patti.
yeto Service.1 <>n the sec- 3.
Jay of Passover, he will dis-j Active in fraternal, religious and
ffte Cause ol Deliverance." .civic affairs, Englander is past
! president of the Miami Beach Jun-
L.EAH- MIAMI S P R I N G S ior Chamber of Commerce and re-
EH CENTER will hold Friday ceiv-ed an award as "one of the
outstanding young men ot the
State." He is an Elk, Shriner and
Mason, having just completed stv-
ing as master of Hibiscus lodge
275. F. & A. M.
In 1955, Englander was appoint-
ed special assistant to the Florida
attorney general. Under Rich ird
W. Ervin. Englander'* most recent
, assignment was the study of the
* Key Large-Ciscayne Key Causeway.
j pointment to make this race for
i cur thousands of satisfied < Justice of the Peace.
ni justified pride and J
ii the distinctive memo- 4
it dove erected in Miami 4
fir th pa.t 30 years, j
[Ik, wilt f-el this pride and <
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Dania Bank Moves into New Quarters;
Luxury Site Has Many Modern Features
Dania Bank, described as Flor, which abo serves all the indoor
Ida's second largest state bank, this
week abandoned its 30-year-old
building on U.S. Highway No. 1 in
the heart of Dania's business dis-
trict and occupied its modern and
spacious new edifice a few hun-
dred yards to the east, on A1A
highway.
The new luxury type building,
containing more than 30.000 square
feet on two floors, was built so
that floors may be added as the
institution grows.
I. T. Parker, presiaent. and one
of its organizers in 1926 describes
the bank as "the little man's in-
stitution, a place where he can
turn for financial help and advice
when he needs it most.''
The architectural firm of Gam-
ble. Pownall and Gilroy designed
the new quarters, which features
a saw-tooth drive-in teller arrange-
ment instead of the conventional
toll gate design. There is space for
six auto tellers, and their cages
back up to a "money corridor"
tellers.
There is also an enclosed area
for armored car money delivery.
where heavy doors are controlled
electronically. The feature per-
mits loading and unloading of
cash and other valuables within
the structure itself.
The new main vault weighs ten
tons. The safe deposit boxes are
located where they can be acces-
sible to patrons after the main
banking rooms are closed.
Furniture and fixture are of
modernistic design Ceilings are
sealed with acoustic tile. There is
a private dining room to handle
400 meals a day. The building ll
air conditioned.
The front wall consistI chiefly
of glass, 22 feet tall, and it faces
Dania country club which lies
across the street to the south.
W S. Parker is vice president
and cashier. Leo Robison. promi-
nent Miami Beach civic leader and
philanthropist, is a vice president
help expand its facilities under the
guidance and 'earthy philosophy'
of the Parker brothers. Dade and
Broward counties can look forward
to continued assistance and co-
operation from the Dania Bank, for
it has kept pace with South Flor-
ida's growing needs and rapid de
t velopment."
Besides the Parkers and Robin-
son, Eby, Frost and Owens, direc-
tors include Samuel N. Friedland,
JCoI. J. If. Arvey. Otto Bresky, Dr.
I Kurt Peiser, S. D. Ruby and James
:H. Walden.
MR. and MRS. PHILIP WEISS
owners of the
Royal Hungarian Kosher Restaurant
731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Wish Their Many friendt, Pafroniten ond
fellow Jews, wherever they may be,
A Very Happy and Kosher Pessach
LEO ROBINSON
Other officers are J. T. Owens,
vice president: E. L. Frost, Frank
E. Eby and Edwin A. Krais, as-
sistant vice presidents; Pauline S.
Burt and Merritt H. Palmer, as-
sistant cashiers.
Robinson became interested in
the development Of the bank in
1954 He Mid: In that year I
was in a group of local financiers
which was formed to supplement
the bank's existing personnel and
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Stacy Rowell, candidate for coun-
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of J. Mark Stan-
ley, Jr., as his
campaign man-
ager.
Stanley is pres-
ident of the City
Insurance Agen-
cy and vice presi
dent of Ramagli
Realty Company.
He is well known
in the Allapattah
business section
for his civic and church activities.
Stanley, bom in Dacula, Ga., has
been a resident of Dade county for
33 years. Stanley and Rowell have
been close friends for a number
of years and in accepting the cam-
paign chairmanship Stanley said,
"I am convinced that Dade county
needs a commissioner who is pos-
sessed with the enthusiasm, vision,
courage, sales and promotional
ability that Stacy Rowell, The Su-
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Rowell has opened his campaign
headquarters at 1338 NW 36th st.
His office manager is Mrs. Doe
Hansen. Treasurer is Wilson Lov-
ell, and Al Lange is handling pub-
lic relations.
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Seal Sale Returns
Reach $28,125 Here
Easter Seal Sale returns for the
Crippled Children's Society reach-
ed $28,125 through this mid week's
emint. according to K. B. Roberts
III. chairman.
This represents forty-four per-
cent of the $64,000 minimum goal
to care for the Society's 644 crip-
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der treatment at its Rehabilitation
Center.
In a public statement. W. Keith
Phillips, Jr.. president of the Crip-
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to 'very Dade COUntlsn to cm-
tribute now to the Baster Seal
effort The sale closes Apr. 10.
In the meantime, Society offi-
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122008
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rCU^ DADE COUNTY,
t ,FNPRB0BA?E. No. 37434 B
I Hav-
. ll( ..,.,, are hereby
, l(- | ssenl any


filed! my final upon nMI| petition f->r
Final Dtsnharce ;i* Admlnlstrati
ih. estate "f JAKE kki.t.
and thai mi tin- I7li d;i \ of \|.rll, tJKW
will 4>l'l> I" tin- H"iK.i. lllnnton. Poont) I i-li-. of Dade f\.un-
iy, Florida, for approval of ml r.|i.nl anil fur final ill Hi -li.u v an Ad-
iiiinisii.iti i\ of tin- i: late >if JAKE
kki.t. !<< ased,
This 2nd da> of March 19
k/ Ht'ItEEVA KKI.T HTEVEXS
MARX FAIIKII
At tome; f"i Administratrix
I I 18-23-30
which ><'" or
alnst the.
lb* thin sight
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fil? ,.....f Said clam;.'
au o '';",
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Rrris'ivsi '- '.....I.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADC COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 187959
OCIE BRI K'K. Plaintiff,
TKVIS BUX>N BROCK, In f.n.lant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
to. TEVia km>hn huuck
Itlmore Hotel
'.hi Los Angeles Rtreel
i.ii. Angeles, California
Yi.K ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
s,-i vi i iopy of your answer to the
i 'orn|il:ini for Divorce filed herein on
Plaintiff* attorneys, COCRHHON PINK, 106 Uncoln Road, Miami r
Florida, and to file the original In the
office of ih/- Crark of ih.- alms. Conrt
on in before the nui da) of April) lii.'.o;
otherwise default will lit enti red
asalnal you.
Dated thla 5th day r March. I
K l: L.RATHBRMAX,
i 'lei k .if Court
B) It H RICE, .IK
1 leputy i'Ii ik
(Circuit Court Seal)
'" '" '""'''i- Again* Saul
i, Ti'fl''i"'"'."" u' y""- Br* "" bj
iIi.ih and demands which you, or
Miner of you, may hav ;,,-..i.i >.,
estate of in,in BDOAR BUTLER
in"
i lor Ida, in the Hon. W. I- BLANTON
'fi\:U"U Jud.....' ""! '.....Ity. and
;!*,, '',.-"'"; In i"- office In the
..;''',"." "V".....-" '" "' '- County,
tort**, within eight calendai month.
f.i.in the date of the flral publication
< BaM lalma or demand* to
oontaln the legal addreae ..r ih laim-
mi and to be sworn to and presented
ild. "i same srlll be barred
Date March l".. ah it&e
EUNICE BELLE BUTLER.
Ah Executrix of the i.asi will
and Teatami m :,i ,i i 'odicil of
OUN BDOAR BUTLER,
ROTHENBERO I BCRRIg ""
- mix
I 21-30 4/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna to engaae in
business under the ftTtltlous nun,, of
OATOR OREETINQH, al 1(11 Alton
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, Intends
to register the aald name with the
f'lerk of Ih,- Circuit i'ihiii nf Dade
County, Florida
Dated ut Miuml Beach, Florida, this
12th daj Of Man h. '
BOB 8TONB
A Bl Mil i-i ti.i:f:.
for Applli an)
.....Un li > Bldg., Miami, Florida
3/23-30 l/l
____ LECAL NOTICI
NOfldE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that I
the Undersigned, dt-NlriiiK to entcaife in '
business under the fl.tltlmix name of
\ B REN DA CREATIONS, at HO N.
w. Mth Street, Intends to reglstei
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
._._, I.i >IIS ZAKARIN
3/9-16-ZI-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CflTBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to snaaga in
in.I.i- the flcUtiOUS n.ime of
C(RAL way PRODITCTS, .it P n
||<'X 102, Coral able* 14, Fu Intend
t" register said name with the Clerk
"f the Cln-uit Court of Had,. Countv,
Florida,
PHILIP CANTOR, Owner
10 1/6-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious nami ol
ti: \|.i:\vi\ i is i: \u ., N B
2nd Avenue, intend to register said
name with the I'lerk of the Circuit
ol I >ade Count) l lorlds
ERNEST i REXZI
PATSY AM iv
KESBLER A OARS
Attorney h foi Applicants
l .'-: West llaKhi St.
1-30 1/6-13
LcE BY PUBLICATION
CmCUIT COURT OF THE
L-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
f IN AND FOR DADE ,
HN CHANCERY NO. 188177.
I
WK I"'
In the
of Corn-
filed
[ fesai d b]
I mix the
I
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lA.N n HUM 'I ER,
I'.
| IKI'MAN
I
W !.. Florldn
I- i t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, di
nder the fid it lou
TILRAY CLBAXB1 I W. th
-li mi. Floi Ida, Intend
with the i'Ii
the i 'Irvull Court ol intj,
i i da.
MAY GREEXSTETN
M W R, sll.\
'
l 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N' ti- i: is i r thai
the mid. '
' >l \id-;s T V & VPPLI-
INCK SI '
rlda, In-
., the
Circuit Court "f Dade
i I o 1 llt \ Hoi Ida
I'.' IE REESE
'. i: A MANNHEIMER
Attornej s (or Mom 11
i I-II
"COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR OADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE No. 36924-B
ISTATK iK
[. Kl'.M \N I 'ei ..ixed
TICE TO CREDITORS
| < and All Persons
Wm i li Against
*iih nf v ire hereby
required i>.....mi any
1 lajtiandi li. li you, or
talnst the
HARRV S MIKKMAN, di -
. I..I ida.
IRion.li> Jn .. of Dade
In Ih elr of -
I te 0 .: '
uniiin eight
I ite of the
la
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lmn: ol n to
..i same
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IFti^Ih Ai
I
T TK s WlERM VN'
be iti i.i -i Will
. >l MtltV S
IBERMAN lieeea e TJ T\U.\N"IF
J I'T lucutl ix
I"
KCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY CIVEN thai
Jrslgned. desk Ins li engage in
under th fli-titlniis n tmei "f
Ih i \N S W EIII N (1 EX-
t- BOOi^li RECRETARY
P1 IS k s k 11 v i r ; /NSW K It -
fc,TSfFpHt.NK steimul
EalEPHONK \NSWERINO
Lrt-ni TELEPHONE AN-
SKIMi (: ALTER BOO
Fp SERVICE, ,,i 1127 Alton
J"i Bnch. Intel i- regie-
l"mi i,i, ult. ,.,,., k ,lf ,ne
^nof Hade I'nunty, Kim Ida
Bn *8WERITBI INC.
1 Meant
Bids., Miami, Fla.
PCEhar-\!1 f'CTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
R. m of
[ RH. at 2M
sVia"lil
Kuli ,'""" "",l ''e Clerk
f^ '> ol Dad* County,
k^s,^1- -'r.
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i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36133-B
In !< BBT \ ': l
WAI.l \'T HlnOS I.....-' .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah i 'r sditoi nd \' Pi r ons II iv-
!
'
. li of you .i I
I .
and m i, or
either of i the
of w.\ 1,1. \' i. M I' ;: -
ed la le of i '.i iila, to
the Hon i 'ad.
I I lade
Com '. Floi i
pub-
d.
i In the |i -s of
1
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. Prol '
I Mte Man i. A.D IR,
ALBER r HI'TCHIXSI 'N
As I Of the I
1 I 'if
W > I Hi<;ns. I
KOVXER A MANNHEIMER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
4^n Klin ..In Road NAME LAW
Mi,,,, i Read Floi NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Attorneys foi i.\>.uior the undersigned, desiring to enga
.,, 4 I under the fictitious name "f
.-----------------------------------------------------------GENERAL AMERICAN TRADING
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS CO. (N'lT INC.), at l10 NW TCi
NAME law Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai i I nan.- with the Clerk of
the underslmied. desiring to ewtaee in the Circuit Court of Dade County,
business undei th.fi, tin, ,u- nsme of Floi
KnVNKi: X MANNHEIMER
Attorney foi General American
Ti adlng Co i Not Inc ),
3/23-30 4/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HERB'S NEWS CENTER, at ill s B
l-t Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intend to
register aald name with the Clerk of
the i'ii. ill Court Of Dade County.
Florida.
HYMAN WOLFSON
AM'A w i 'i.i ,s. IN, Ownem
LE< >N VRD KALIS 11
Attot ney for Applicants
inn] DuPonl Bldg.
i 8-13 ____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
inderslgned, d<
sa undei the fi< lltlous nun.....
DADB KM NDROM VT, al 58 15 s.W.
Mil Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to
.....i name uuii the Clerk ol
the i 'n cult Court of Dade Co int).
BENJAMIN ISSENBERG
K.isi: IKSENBERG, Sole Owners
LEON KAPLAN
Attornej foi Appll ants
Heybold Kiiihling
10 4/6-13 .______________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 188278
LUCIA HAN8EN, Mamtlff,
vs
FRANK HANSEN, Defendant.
in. FRANK HANSEN
Realdence I'nkoiiwn
7ou at.- required to serve copy of
your in an i to the Bill of Com]
for I Hvorce on the plainl
and to file the original anawer In the
..I the i 'i. rk of the i
com i on or before the 23rd day of
a !>. 195C; otherwise, the Bill
ol i 'ompla Inl for Divorce, hi
filed herein, will i"- taken as i on-
' In you.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this the
15th daj of March, I
i: l: LEATHERMXN,
Clerk of the i irt,
111 Ida.
B i.. w .
irl Seal) D put)
of
Iffs Bolii
MILTON A. KRIEDM VX
. Miami, Fla.
___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH 1 GIVEN
r
name of
JEWEL U .... al
i
i 111
I.. Ch i of the i
JEW KL Bt'ILDERS C IRP .
n |- |oi Id Co
H \i:i:y ,i FARBMAN
Vpllca nt
'. l i i Street,
CAROO UNLOADING CO '......
at 309 Professional ITldR- Miami. Hit-
i.i.i. Intends to resrlater sni.i name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Ceorl "f Dade
County, Horlda
SID TAIBBR. ">
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Heybold Bldg.
'.__________________
_NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BED HORSE T VVERN, al 133 S
| ."7th Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends
t.. register said name with the Clerk
of the C|i, nit Cuit of I'ade County,
U' I.II.K.AN DeCASTK"
KESRLEB GARS
Attoi ne. s foi Applicant
its- w Flag!)' Street
::,-:, t/6 _____
rSER'AFWT'T'0U8
sjMSEF arvro ,h,
engage in
F-'iTi-n, im, of
l^oi!' NK Is,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that
the undersigned di I if l< ngage In
tnder the flotl r>" ol
SPEEDWAY BAR, al 340 N.W. rtn
i. Miami. Floi Ida, Inti mis' I" reg-
. aid rfcme with the < Slerk "f the
Ml cuit of Dade County, Kim nla
SHIRLEY LOREY WIN1" N, Ownei
KE8SLER GARS
Attm n.\ s for Applicant
1712 w. Flagler Street
:i, lti-23-30 4/<_ ________
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rLIYENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FioRiBA. M AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANU.ZT;
NO. 187070 L
GRAZIA M. McDOWELL. Plaintiff.
WILLIAM K M.'D'lWKLU Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM K. M. I'f'WKI.L
c/o Castle Springs Hotel
castle Hot Springe. Arlgona
tou. William k. McDoy.KLT*
are hereby notified that a Bill or
Complaint for Divorce has been niea
against you, and you aie reyulre a e.ipv of your Answer m I lesu-
Ina- to tlie mil "f Complaint on tne
Plaintiffs Attorneys COCRSHON *
FINK, KSLjS 005 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or pleading in the ";",H
of the Clerk of the Circuit < purt on
r before the th day of April, isoe.
If vim fall 10 do m., Judgment I
fault will I lak. V'U for
the relief demanded In te i OI
Complaint ., -__.
Thin notice shall be published on'^
each week for four consecutive weeae
In THE JEWISH FLORIDI v\I,m,
\\P ORDERED al Mlam .
this 7th day of March, A.U.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WIH'M THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, OREBTINQS:
Whereas,
DAV,DMIAM?ABEACH, Fl^RIDA
BERNARD HUTNER. ^^
d|,| on the Uth day of lUM..A^D. 1M.
cause to be. i '" ..."""'[.,. '
Your dog
bites the mailman
Doei your Liability
Insurance provide .
payment for his
medical expenses?
for me ontwr to fhi'i, or '
any other mtvron Arthur M. Kahn
Richard L. Powell
Daniel L. Harris
DONE
E. IV I.KATHKKMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
m" noii.i.i
r.s i: ll kick. JK
(Circuit Conn Deputy lerk
KSHnN & K1NK
Attorneys for Plaintiff _a
, i:.... h. Kla.
3/9-U-33-30
^duK a'umem .,,. ion ..,., .|;l-
i,by th" Moikhoideis under th^ypro-
, I chapter MO, rioi uia
bOWlnl the dlsM.llltlon Of
therefore, he Re.-retarv of
S'Mtiil.
un ii orppratlon
N'.m .
1,1 "' "jm WTTNEfifl WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my
J hav. ""' V":
Heal of the State of hlorIds

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GLOBAL SHORTS Organizes Study Means to CombaJ Anfi-Semi}^
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
PARIS (JTA)-Thc imminent closing <>f flic Tnehrcnwnld ramp
last remaining camp for Jewisn Dl's ip German} was announced herej
by Charles Jordan, acting director general "t the I >int Distributionj
Committee. A total of 295 men. women and children left the camp
during the month- of January and February, it was disclosed, l-avin?
iu-t 640 legal resident- there at this time. In order to assist the re
maining resident- to emigrate or to become Integrated into, cdmmunl
ne- iii Germany, the Weal German Government has established a fund
of three million marks. This sum has been matched hy the JDC tr<>in
lunds received from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany.
BONN (JT.M The Foreign Office ha- appointed Dr Heinrich
emann, a retired Duaseldorf judge, to head an inve tigatlon of
Dr. otto Braeutigan, who has been suspended a- head oi the i
European desk in the Foreign Office because of charges dealing with
hi- role in the extermination of I.atvian Jewry. During the war. Dr.
Braeutigan was a tup official in the Reich Ministry for the Occupied
ern Territories. Alfred Ko-enherg. notorious Nazi leader who .>-
later hanged at Muremberg, testified before the International Military
Tribunal that Or. Braeutigan was fully familiar with the program to
liquidate the Jew- in Eastern Europe.
ON WE AMERICAN SCENE
TORONTO fWNS) Amendment of the anti-discrimination
,i view t" tightening provisions against bias practices by hotel-, i-
under consideration hy the Ontario Government and a hill to that el
feel ma} be readj t"r submission to the legislature within the next
three weeks. The government in recent week- ha- been prodded bj
ii ish and other groups to close a loophole in the "Id law under whi< h
betel- have been able to make successful legal cl to violation
ilia:
,- full apreemom now amon<[Jew h a This question was
"*" > nrtic canard,. Al. community Relation "'' { !l*
t ,t is anlunwjse prac york interesting reports oii?l-Coa,e|
Mrtion to inti-JewhJl aMet> maM-media of comnnr lr ex*ni
liom But while thoto_la_a broad |hfa conference by ,h(. Ajjj
HAVANA, Cuba JTA The -urn ol $400,001 here bj
tdolfo ll Kates, noted Jewish leader and philanthropist i" various
Jewish causes at a banquet in honor >>i his Tilth birthdaj bj the Jewish
Community Center. Part ol the gift will go t'>r local Jewish organiza-
tions and institutions in < uba, while substantial contributions will go
for institutions in Israel, a- well as tor the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee and the I nited HIAS Service. Mr Kates also announced a $600 prize
which will be awarded annually for the best article on Jews in the
in press
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
JERUSALEM JTA In a dramatic move to -pur the defense Ot
1-rael Prime Minister David Ben C.urion. together with hi- Army Chief
"t Staff and top military leaders, set an example in establishing pro-
tection lor border settlements threatened by Arab attack. At the same
tune, describing the program initiated hy Mr. Hen (iurion. a military
-poke-man declared that Israel has come to regard the danger of war
a- highl) concrete.
HAIFA (JTAi-Four hundred and fifty immigrants from North
Africa and 50 from Eastern Europe arrived here on Uie liner Negba.
JERUSALEM JTA) Arrangement- are being completed for ex-
change vi it- ot Parliamentary delegations oi 1-rael and the Soviet
in, Knesset Speaker Josel Sprinzak announced in Parliament this
Week.
TEL AVIV (JTAl \ -mall Creek freighter, the Kunitza. carrying
I cement and other building material from Haifa, arrived at
the Gull ot Akaba port oi Elath, the tir-t -hip in nine month- to reach
the blockaded port The freighter, which passed through the So./
Canal, was detained lor two days at Port Said hy the Egyptians.
SEASON'S GRI I I INGS
12lli Av<. Community >larkot
WE NEVER CLOSE
CORNER 12th AVENUE and 7th STREET. N.W. MIAMI. FLA.
Happy Passover To All
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ntvpo-neni en tar^s. there are still maj'M- differ-
ence- on policy and approach in using radio, televi-
sion, newspaper and other mean- of communication
which reach the general :>uhlic.
The main difference revolves around the question:
Should priority in mass media be given to the at-
tempt to reduce anti Jewish prejudice, or to the
problem of eliminating discrimination? If the for-
mer, then the approach must presumably be to the
hearts and minds of men. as a prerequisite to an
improvement in community relations. If the latter.
then the emphasis presumably must be primarily
oual action, as a direct attack on the crucial
Jewish .Labor Comm.ttee.j,.Wl\;n^
gamzat.on and other c< ntral .!ei."I
Religion- bodies
ia\e
ericaa jtwish
IB Wi
tral Jemsft
' similar]* '"3
pressive reviews of their u-c of Jm
to bring to the general public a bettor^
of Jews and Judaism rhere w7re a?
reports from local community agenci-
Philadelphia. San Francisco, St. Louis
Pittsburgh. Kansas City, Elizabeth, Nj
cities. The conference discussed the
charactcrist.es of each of the various .
and the technique- and methods of us^
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March n 1956 *M*JsHhjridlkin Page 7B dangerously exposed and moved the seat of government back to the Delta. His son an/1 successor. Harnesses 11, pursued the campaign against the 'Asiatics" with relentIrss lury. These developments naturally brought the nearby Hebrew colony strongly into the limelight. Rames.ses came to regard U as a potential "fifth column" made up of men who were in fact kinsmen of the very foes whom he and his lathe* had been fighting and who might any day ally themselves with them Continued on Pag* 15 B


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Page 12 B +Jeist ncrkBan The Traditional Way to Prepare for Passover and Seder I la Vu iN mua t bo immersed in boiling bo, wa ter i ttmlh wHh patches, cncki or denta eaonef be kashered |,N imiwr-ii'ii m Ix'ilintf hot water un j eM the patch, crack or dent hM HI -t feea* iircci until glowing. rthenware, even if it la elazed dike porcelain) or coated with tin or lead, cannot be kashered. I'tenlila containing plastk or any material which might be ruined by boiling cannot bf kashered for Passover. Uthough thc-e rules for kasberlug arc In strut accordance with Jewish law, M i> best tO use se|>dishea and utensils for Paa* \i.,| now, I'D' tor the traditional bedikaa chometa (aearch for chomats) on the night before the Seder night, the house is ready for one of the most beautiful of Jew isli holidays—Passover. Women's League for Israel aids Hebrew University: Dr. Frederick R. Lachman, executive director of the American Friends ci Hebrew University, accepts a check for S35.000 horn Mrs. Harry Cahane. chairman of the building fund of the women's organization. Mrs. Henry Garfinkle, chairman of luncheon held in New York, shown looking on, announced that the payment was an additional installment toward the $250,000 student residence project which the Women's League is sponsoring for the Jerusalem university. The buildings are slated for completion this fall. Continued from Po 1 B it can be kashered at all. Nevertheless, the following few rules to -hem be locked or taped up. may he j p you determine whether Once the house is clean, the f ur 'ther consultation is necessary. Pa-sover foods, dishes and utenYo u should in no case, however. %  ih can be brought in. Only those by extension, devise your own Pa-sover foods bearing a reliable ruIes concerning items not sperabbinic endorsement should be eifically mentioned Wed. As for dishes and utensils, it ^^ ^ ^^ chometl is necessary to have separate sets : ^ especial v tor Pas-sover. The year... ._ %  ?__. ..-. ,. ence of fire oven burners, broilround dishes and utensils are then ... ,_. i it .i... ; ers and their parts, etc.) can be put awav and closed off. so that .,_;•.. .i -i %  _<. .,„._,,„ k ashered by firing until glowing. The same method applies to uten %  Hi used in baking. Utensils of metal wnich were th. \ are not accidentally used on Pa -over. KASHERING II. however, for some reason. a ..ear-round utensil must be used used with chometr can be kashertor Passover too, a rabbi should be fed by being immersed in borling consulted as to the proper method, water. If any such utensil is too ot kashering (making permissible) ] large to be so immersed, rhe utenth.,t particular item — if. indeed.' all should be filled with water | and brought to a boil, then a whitehot stone should be placed in it. causing the water to overflow, and the stone should be moved about all over the inside of the utensil. Handles of utensils should also be immersed; if this cannot be done, boiling hot water may be poured over them. Utensils used for frying should be fired until glowing. Even the covers of utenA Favorite Recipe Continued from Po 3 B 11 itly and cook over low heat at least 2 hours or "till meat can be pierced with a long-tined fork. So ip -tock may be added if necesaarj to prevent scorching, but if a h> > cast aluminum pot is used ard kept tightly covered, this will n> • be necessary, T ) thicken the gravy after liftin, out meat, add 6 to 8 ginger Stir and cook 2 minutes 1 n jer. Or. thicken with 2 table iMatzoh meal with 2 tableB| mi cold water and stir into the p>/ gravy, cooking 5 minutes long< %  Serve gravj separately or over s • d p"' roa p I .. rnisb with par. S* rves 8 to 10. 4 Happy Passover To All Our friends and Patrons BISCAYNE TERRACE DRUG STORE 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MUM PHONE 9-9987 Mr. and Mrs. lack 7viek Mr. and Mrs. t'nold wfosn end Sons, Michael Alan and Steven Paul A Happy Paweirer To 0*r Many fritnds and Patrons EYEREADY SALES AND SERVICE 539 COLLINS AVENUE Phono JE t-4702 A Hoppy Passovor To All Oar fritnds and Pefreas BARKIN ENVELOPE MFG. CO. 2740 S.W. 28th LANE MIAMI Phono 83-7598 Harry Barldn A Nappy Pmtsmar Te All Oar frunds and Patrons Alma Beauty Salon 403 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-1735 Alma and Rudy SIASOWS GMtTINGS TO OUI MANT JEWISH FPJENDS Sonrinf Greater Miami It Ovor 41 Tears AWNING AND TENT CO. INC. 545 N.W. 22nd STRUT PH0 NE FR 4-1731 GREETINGS TO ALL FOR A HAPPY p Marks Quality Clean, & Launderers Inc. 1201-20th St., Miami Beach Ml A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BOM 1700 N. BAY CAUSEWAY 79th Street Causeway Phone UN 5-3431 Sam Winer HOtlDAT GtKTINCS TO All DILLARD'S RESTAURANT 740 • 5th STtftT, MIAMI IEACH r1m ,J Besf Wishes from CLAUGHTON THEATRES ROYAL EMSASSY CltCU SMCftf wisms rat A NAPPT PASSOVR MARK0WITZ BROS., INC. MECNAMKAl CORTIACTOtS 4* AVEMtff TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI TRANSIT CO. A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS and Palrom BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency. Inc. PHONE Fl 4-1111 S40 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami University Cabs CORAL GABLES • FHOHE HI 4-1616 A Happy Passover R. C. COLA Best By Taste Test NEHI BOTTLING CO. 538 N.W. 24th Street p hone m rB2 „ Best Wishes for Passover Goody Shoes LARGEST SELF-SERVICE FAMILY SHOE STORE IN THE SOUTH IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL •' I



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[March 23, 1956 JenfelUfrr**^ federal 29th st in Nation Eta* wd Loan AssociaW moved UP two places the list of the nation's \ suf h institutions. The up in order of size in ja re account dollar totals Imber 31, 1955. mderal. heade.l by Joseph L president, had savings l?697.86398 on that date. to its savings totaled V In 1950, the Assojked 59th with savings howoo. feral, with four offices t Miami area and more ) savings and home loan a, has savings of more 0,000 and assets ex,J7,700,O0O. | an> more than 6,000 sav| loan associations in the Utes. Total resources of rvtweed 40 billion dolt'has financed more than the nation's homes. stry celebrates its 125th ry in April of this year. Dade Federal are loOutlines rm Here hPete" Smith, who has alified for the office of ity Commissioner in Dis:lined this week several lujor points in his nine(tiorm. i real estate and insurtutive who has lived here I. stated that "I advocate Icounty manager." Ifbould secure a highlyman to handle the adlive details of county busigovernment, and to i the activities of the five oners." he said, didate placed great entitle need to attract new irable industry for Dade expanding population [constant demand for more lnth Dade county having (to offer manufacturers by Viable land and good clijstrong program should be county level to bring here," he said. spoke up for expand Kion and related indus"ting out that aviation has I of 25,000 people here. I !>• will also work "for facilities for the un>H thickly populated !" as. M and emphasized the searea^ "for police and *tion and garbage collecI disposal." areas should also have nd roads as good as those pwptlities," he said. "Pete" Smith, candidate r County Commissioner, l*. this week named Dr. ^Pessolano, 63 Curtiss 111 Springs, to serve manager. • e • PASSOVER %  MM >Ute Neon s 'gn Co. ,N -W.2ndAVE. ^ONE 84,2549 | GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT $ E, 2nd Ave. fit 3-5373 FLORIDA Page 3 D A Happy Passover to all the Members of .. The Opera Guild We Wish to Extend Our Sincere Appreciation for Your Past Support ARTURO DiFILIPPl Artistic Director and General Manager To All ... A Most Happy Passover Gus Trau (center), donor of $25,000 to the Jewish Home for the Aged for the> construction oi Gus Trau Pavilion, is congratulated by president Abe Kurman as financial secretary Sam Resnick looks on. Trau is a founder and has been an officer or board member of the Home since its opening in 1945. Trau is also a leader in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, ot which the Home is-a beneficiary agency. cated at 45 NE 1st ave.; 1400 NW 36th st.; 1007 9W 8th st.; and 5797 NW 7th ave. Dade Federal savings accounts are insured to $10,000 each by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and earn dividends twice a year for members at the current rate of 3 percent per annum. < V CUST BROS ft V / TO ALL PASSOVt* GKITINGS CHARLES M. EWING PLUMBING A HEATING CONTRACTOR 631 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE Phone FR 4-0251 TO ALL. TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS RED COACH GRILL 1455 Biscay** Blvd. PHONE 9-4008 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL GRAVES CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc. FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL JE 8-1015 1805 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Joseph M. Rose ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Te Mr Many Meat's ami Atavaiataneat A MOST HAPPT PASSOVtK James McRae 177* Nerthweit North River Drhro PACKER PONTIAC (formerly Trail Pontiac) 665 S.W. Ith STREET FINE CARS FINE SERVICE Phono 9-4576 Ask for Go*. Burnoy MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. Fashion Mart Bid*. 221 N.W. lat Court Miami The Julius Jay; Perlmutters AW. and MRS. At HtMAN of fhe HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 7200 N.W. 29th Ave. MIAMI Phono NE 5-0R7S Extend Best Wishes To All Tneir Friends mad Porrons Far A Hmmmy P.ssover HOLIDAY GREETINGS Phone 83-7179 BEAUTY SALON Air-Conditioned 72 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Abbe Venetian Blind. Inc. 263 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI Phone 9-9751 HAPPY PASSOVtR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AMD PATRONS COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLY CO. 54 SOUTHWEST SIXTH STREET TELEPHONE 2-6444 CRltTINGS ELIZABETH MORRISON FLORIST 705 N.E. 125th Street Phono Day PL 7-7320 Ni|ht PL 74044 r 1 To AH... Season's Rest Wishes AIR FILTER SALES & SERVICE OF FLORIDA, INC. 1 IIIWP BIT FAR* COHPArfT" 4935 EAST 10th COURT HIALEAH, FLORIDA Phone MU 8-2232 !>— %  -% % % % %  — — — %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ..• I' ) • n?



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\a0jofSHomiL jreparing (he Home ,r Pesach L hhu-inz material u-as pre' li.', of Barimi s Bonbonniere CwlChocoU. Shop* a „r.a reminder to /eiinsh „„! on the traditional prepafor PutovtrEDITORS.) j< only one general rule mB g the preparation of the %  for Passover. That rule pro,tb* possession or the seeing r own chometz (leavened ma. during Passover. Chometz %  io wheat, hops. rye. barley, L) their products. rain aleolive vinegar, anything con* flour, bean*, corn, dried (unless specifically certified me), or anything othi prohibited by rabbinic de[for Passover use. All choliuht be cleaned out: the ways mm of cleaning it out vary. Ingsny and all meana at your %  wping. washing, scrub|ncuuminc> >"" should clean Ugh!v every place — room, fcjttic. cellar to which [the (lightest speck of cho(tould possibly have found its ]Even the pockets of clothes I during the year should be i out to eliminate any waycrumbs. If there are chil[in your home, you must be ally careful to clean wherevley might have carried choI while eating. I KITCHEN k;tchen, of course, poses I problems, since so much rtz is present there throughle year. Floors and walls chometz may have splatl should be thoroughly scrubIwith hot water. The refriger[should also be washed thorU*. preferably with hot water. pig hot water should be pourWer tabletops and sink and j surface areas; even so, brand [paper, cardboard, asbestos or fl sheeting should be spread these areas before Passover or utensils are put down i burners and ^ratings must id until glowing; also, new tos or metal guards should uwd over the burners as an ([Precaution. If the baking or m compartments are needed pwover use, these too must until glowing. If the walls baking compartment are J*J a rabbinic authority I" be consulted. Cupboards P"b7 shelves should be cleanT**wighly with scalding hot F Md then lined with new !" t Paper. *>NG OF CHOMETZ ags ,hat "e or contain choL^t be disposed of. (If you s* Hewislt FKciridllaun Miami. Florida, Friday, March 23, 1956 Section B The traditional way to make a Seder 1 CANDIIS arc lighted by the mother of lh house l u.hrr in ihr festival of Palaver. The heaediclion which the pronounce* over the candle* give* a re* lixtou* meuinf io this umplc act. An abundance of light tymboliir* joy and festivity, and the •oft candle-glow add* an aura of •pirilualily to the Seder table. 2 A CUP OP WIN! placed at each table telling. The ••nctificalion of the Holiday U pronounced over the first cup. Three additioaal cup* ara drunk during tha course of the Se.Vr, making a total of four, to symbolize the four expression* of the Lord'* promiv to redeem the children of Urael and deliver them from Imndagr. 3 THI HAOOADAH < literally "the telU ing") contain* the complete Seder < rremonie* in their prescribed order (seder I. The firt part ol the book, concerned mainly with the tory of the Jew** deliver' •nee from Egypt, • read l>efore the meal. After dinner follow* the second portion con*i*ting of prayer* of praise and thank* to the Almighty. 4 MATZOH repre. seal* the "bread of affliction" eaten by the Jews in Egypt, and also the bread that had to be baked during their hasty flight when there wa* no time for leaveniag. Three maltol are placed in the Seder tray. Half the middle maizoh, saved for the Ajikomon lde•ert). i* playfully "stolen" by a child and rantomed for a prize. J 5 THI Z'tOAH, a roasted shank bone, i* placed on the Seder tray. It represents the ancient sacrifice of the Paschal lamb (fesarh) which had to be eaten rosulrd. Pesach, the Hebrew name for Pastover, alto re. fer* to the Lord's pa**ing over fposmch) the Jewith homes during the, plague visited upon the Egyptian firstborn. i *"1 -. 6 THI IIITZAH, • roasted egg placed left of the Z'roah, symbolises the required offering brought an all festivals ia the Temple. The egg. while not itself sacrificed, it used ia the Seder a* it is the Jewish symbol •I mourning (ia thi* cast for the Was of the Temple where the aac* r if icet were brought*. 7 *THI MAIOft or "hitter herbs" I usually horseradish) is placed ia the middle of the tray and symbolise* the Jews' bitter suffering under I he Egyptian yoke. Directly below ia the Chaiereth, another piece of bitter herb*, coat* memorating the custom of ealing Maror sandwiched between I wo pieces of AfeUoA. 8 THI CHAIOSIT, placed beneath the Z'roth, ia a miitare of chopped apple, nut*, cinnamon, and wine designed to look like the mortar onod by the Jews ia building ike palaces and pyramids of Egypt during centuries of forced labor. Before the Afarar ia eaten, it fa dipped into tha CkmtH. 9 .-i THI KAIPAS, a piece of paraley or lettuce placed to, the left of the Charoitt. symbolic* the meager diet of the Jews in Egyptian bondage. It is dipped into •alt water ia remembrance of the tears they shed in their misery. The Karpas also signifies Springtime, the season of Passover. 10 THI CUP OP ILL JAH, filled with wine, it kept oa the table throughout the Seder ia' .the hope that the Prophet Elijah may appear as a messenger of the Almighty and announce the coming of the Messiah. Thus, in the mid*t of their memories of the past, the Jews look forward to the day of universal peace, lave, and brotherhood. PUIUJMH) Al A MBVICl TO OUt IIAMM WITH PWajlatlOH Of lARTOfrt CONTININTAl CMOCOUTI IHOPf. (The Jewish Floridian has arranged for ft. readers to secure, without charge, reprints of "The traditional an to male a Seder" printed on fine grade r. For free copies, write to Bartons. 80 DeKalb air., Brooklyn I, NT., and mention the name of this publication. State the quantity required) paper are In doubt whether something is or contains chometz, consult your rabbi.) Chometz can be disposed of by burning or throwing into a place where it will certainly be destroyed; or it can be brought to the attention of your rabbi, who I premises of your home, they must can arrange to have this material j be put away in such a place and kept in your house according to with such safeguards as will assure Jewish law, by means of "selling" it. Since the items so arranged for by the rabbi do not leave the their being kept out of use and sight during all of Passover. Such items of chometz, from kitchen cabinets, medicine chests, workshop drawers, toy chests, or wherever else they may be, should be put away, closed off and access Continued on Pago 12 I f I I 'JI „4, r p 4$$0 y |t THOMPSON BURLAP KG COMPANY Mt ond SELL *Wt/e on. eroil [" %  %  JWlhSTRliT, HIALEAH Pk W TU 8 6047 |** "Mm HOI/BAT ** MATTRESS ** ** K% Cobou ** %  ""AMI AVENUE *• n 3.2021 To the oaflr* Jowifh Commoalfy the mmnrnfimtat of MOUNT NIBO extend! iff ••! Wifhti for a Happy and Healtay PASSOVEK N0U0AY Mount Nebo THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd M Phon MO M201 GREETINGS HOLIDAY Established 1944 UN 4-2147 J* V* **" Handbags Jewelry • Accessaries 7320 Collins Avs., Miami Beach 41, Flo. ON AflAMf BEACH CALL JE 1-0166 for NEON SIGN SEtVICE Sales Service Repairs Design and Erection ABC NEON CO. 741 • 5th Street Miami Beach



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Page 4 B + lewl*t>ncrZlk*£L zr^t^=r £j? a Y. March 23, Dr. A. Malkiel, principal of Mizrachi Women's village, greets Motbaynor Baynessan and Zemena Berhanu, two members of the contingent believed to be the first of the "Lost Tribes" to return to Israel in two thousand years. For them, it is a significant return, coming on the occasion of Passover. Burial Place of Maimonides Waxes Into a Rabid Dispute By BERL CORALNIK Religious forces, Israeli archaeologists and the government Tourist Department have become involved in a longwinded dispute over the burial place of Maimonides. famed Jewish philosopher, scholar and medical scientist, in Tiberias, and the conflict may yet end up in the hands of the United Nations. The basis for the conflict was laid when the Touri>t Department ested that the site of the Rambam's grave be cleared from the other graves .surrounding it. in or-1 der to enable tourists to visit the I shrine more easily. Archaeologists agreed to transfer the other remains, and declared that the others buried in the area were Romans, since the coffins in which they were buried carried Roman insignia. Accordingly, the work, began. At that point, a number of important rabbis demanded that the work be brought to a halt, claiming that .lews—and even Mgts— buried in the Roman coffins. They explained that such burial common practice at the tune These rabbis, headed bj TH Avi\ ardic Chiei Rabbi Yitzhak Toledano. who i> a native that when the Sanibbisand I (piFs were tinned on the western Tiberias mountains ed that a well-known Arab scholar, who was temi rarj ol the Romans, had lefl rd to the effect that -Mail sked to be buried it Jewish leadei it for this reason, the i i th..t Inremains were taken %  i be but ied there In Archaeologists te Hebrew i fniversity continui maintain that the eoifins are those '.t .lew-, but tin to halt the work temporarily. this juncture, religionlealots from Jerusalem— memberbl the extremist ultra-Orthodox Neturel Karta Beet—dispastched %  ip delegation to Tiberias The Neturie Karta delegation now stands guard at the burial ait*, affectively preventing the continuation of the work of excavation. The zealot p-OUp has even claimed that it Will approach United Nations truce officials since the matter mvohethe safety of a Holy Place.'" Deputy Minister for Religion ] Zorach Warhaftig tojd a Knesset committee that the thief Rabbinate has decided that the work at' clearing the tomb area is not a


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.March 23. 1956 ••Jml&fkrMtorj Hie Bank zeals Officers N Bookbinder and PhilA |bury wore elected vice Li and B..cr M. Spring. It vice prt-idrnt. of the National Bank of Mini at a special meeting of J, directors. Gordon H. ^ n first vice president in ^' operations, ;mnounced £der has been connected ntile National for near-„ and is well known in | Bcsch civic and banking cir[He has been .m assistant vice „t of the bank since Oc| 1952. | M tivc New Yorker. BookI joined the Mercantile staff member, 1936. shortly after L here from New York City, [be graduated from TheoFgooscvelt Hih School and bed the College of the City York. He served as a I in the anaysis department 1,1th the Mercantile Safety lit Corp. After being named kistant cashier in 1944, Book%  managed the loan, collecfand bond departments. j 1952. when he became an ant vice president. Bookbindj handled customer relations blitform officers of the bank. j a member of the Knights of _. Exchange Club of Bay f and of the Miami chapter [American Institute of Bank^ry attended local schools graduated from Miami Senior [in 1937. Daring World War |iui first lieutenant of inland following his return to pa served as a captain in the National Guard. Shortly Ifioisbing school, Albury enthe consumer credit field |except for the war years, ntinuously in that line until ptered banking in 1950. Jut year, he joined the First pal Bank of Miami, serving capacities and as an ut cashier from 1950 to fata he resigned to become %  istant vice president of the fortes National Bank of MifNss-In 1955 he moved to letropolitan Rank of Miami the served avice president [resigning to join the Mer(National Bank last month. ig. also a New Yorker, laled from the Sidney (N.Y.) |Schonl in 1932 and attended University. For six years i district sales manager of kneral Electric Credit Corp., TK, NY., before coming i in the spring of 1954 Pag 15D t Temple Beth Sholom plays host to Miami Beach public school teachers at third biennial "Institute on Judaism." More than 100 teachers were guests of as many Temple PTA members at the luncheon Institute. Reading clockwise are Mrs Sol n EJ? P res i denl; ?*• Rlph Cobb and Mrs. Norman Huss. PTA board members; Miss Meredith Weiland. Temple Alumna and panel discussant; Seymour Samet. executive director Southeast area. American Jewish Committee; Judge Harry A. Greenberg, chairman. Temple board of educationCantor Samuel Kelemer; Dr. C. Raymond Van Dusen chairman, Dade County Board of Public Instruction; Rabbi Leon Kronish; Sydney J. Greenberg, educational director; Mrs. Peter Lawson. program chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, member, Dade County Board of Public Instruction; Ralph Spero, Temple president; Mrs. Mary Hogenmuller, supervisor, elementary instruction, Beach schools; Miss Nettie Goldstein, Temple instructor; Lewis Serbin, eighth grade student. Temple religious school and panel discussant; Mrs. Harry W. Greenberg, arrangements chairman. and joining the staff of the First National Bank as a unit manager. In 1955 he moved to the Metropolitan Bank where he was an assistant cashier. Like Albury, Spring served with the army for four years in World War II as a captain in the field artillery. Both Albury and Spring were specialists in the installment credit field and will devote their full time to building this department of the Mercantile National Bank, Robertson raid. GREETINGS Champs Elysees Restaurant "A lit of Paris in Miami" LUNCHEONS and DINNERS "Get Together!" Conventions • Parties Excellent Food, Prepared and Served in the Continental Manner "A Long to be Remembered G*vrmtrt Delight" 132 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 9-9115 OHtTIN G S "SUM" WALDRON for [ntES. RECAPS and BATTttllS P 'MesyJvonia Tire Deaf or "*• Woldron Corner" 1 • WUT FUGUR STREET 8 f T / N G S BEN ROSEN SCRAP METAL? %  WIST PRICES PAW tkk v> Cell HI 5442 '" -W. 27th AVENUE ^TIONAL Honi %  Keretifcy | COUINS AVENUE KAMI RI ACH ** APPT HOU0AV To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances HAPPY HOLIDAY E. it. Reynold* INSURANCE Auto • Fire • Bonds Marine • Life Insurance Allied Lines 2429 Galiano St.. Coral Gables Phone HI 8-1631 GPttTINGS TO ALL STREAM LAND SERVICE STATION Lubrication • lira %  Batteries Accessories 3200 N.W. 50. RIVER DRIVE Phono NE 4-3032 A Happy Passover To All Our Friends and Patrons KENILWORTH HOTEL Open All Year OCEAN FRONT AT 102nd STREET BAL HARBOUR. MIAMI BEACH Phone UN 6-2711 F. A. Sheahan. Mar. SEASON'S GKtiTINGS JO ALL Oil* WINDS BRANT ORCHID SUPPLY "Complete Orchids Service and Storage" 2970 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE 83-5544 $ THE SHELBORNE HOTEL Miami Beach WISHES ALL A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER NAPPT fASSOVEK GRIITINGS PASSOVER GKtiTINGS 10 ALL OUR WENDS GREEN BROTHERS 53 N.E. 24th Street, Miami Distributors of BORDEN'S and HUNT'S PRODUCTS and SUNSHINE SWEETS SUGAR SEASON'S GREETINGS Penny's TV New, Used — Sales FRANCHISE DEALER FOR RCA, PHTLCO. CBS 973 E. 8th Avo>nue — Hialaah. Florida — TU 7-5523 | Service Calls 9 a.m. to 9 pan. TO All SEASONS GREETINGS Federal Title & Insurance Co. 424 LINCOLN ROAR MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS MR. and MRS. EDWARD J. SINGER LIQUOR STORE 3401 BISCAVNE BOULEVARD Aircraft Taxi Company i 727 N.W. 79th STREET PHONE Plaza 9-0177 MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ and Family Tommy Bobby Jerry WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER ....



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March 23, 1956 -Jmisi, fhrthir Obituaries Page 13D no n1> %  I H from Ft r dr. di l*l Forest of • %  '.',.,, two ilatMrhters. %  CTwnthxl n7 Mia*. Mar. l t Kl v/m'.rl.l Chan*l. with i. irtal m Naw aE N OOLOBEBQ K th%  • nl f,s I1I.N1 Feb. petal 2* Hi'",, .... R^rvlCM R|ve>rat u ^.hlnvtoB • ingamaiitaT. ., BERTHA GAYL1CK %  N V irv! She r-luht h %  at i l,. Ihre••-r>a> l>l, I 1 I. daughter, l.rmhi ndrhlln. I Renrh Memorial Chapel, Flader St., with burial In Ift. Sinn Cental* y. MRS. RAY OICKMAN 70, of 1050 Washington av*., winter visitor, di. Ide i..... ii Memorial chapel. Washington av*., wits In charge locally. • IDNEY J. OELLI8 5:., of 10*1 NK Mth t-t retired fur broker. died Feb." 11 In New York Service* were In New York Feb SI He wit* a meml>er of Temple Israel. Survivor* Include hie wife, RKH font brother*, including Ait Ureen, Miami h; and a slet. IRVIN KLBIN 61, of 1?7S NK 122nd ter.. a retired" merchant who came here from Haitimore iln-e yearx ago, died K. He wan a member of American teglr.n. Klk.s and Mawinlc kxlKe. Survivors Include hN wife. Rebecca; a ...n. l.t. Julian: two daughters, Mrs. Kernlce Rner and Mrx Harriet Unman threw brother* and four al Mervtpaa and burial wer* In Baltimore, with Oordoii'a Funeral Home iii charge locally. JOSEPH ABRAMS -,. of IMI Jafferaan av* died Feb. II. He earn* her* i>> vaara from .\tlantlc City and Ii aurvlYed bs his wife. Zelda, two not brothera and four a^andchlldren B< u... and burial war* in Atlantic rity. with Riven h .Mem.ii 1.11 Chapel In ,. locally. MRS. SADIE KAMINS 55, .f I in Lanox here for 01 i • %  •• b raa a member of the Ladles' Auxiliary ..t the Jewish \\ i Veti Burvlvora In. hide her anbund rYank; a -on, M. rhert: i.nd auirhta Ml i Cohen Service* RYid fiurlul wer Phlladeli hia th N< i ip < %  rd Funeral Home In ohanf* ranfernenta. rent were arand. hlldren M.i. ui vive Rervlcea were Mar, i at Qordon'i Funeral with burial In Mt. Waal c e metei MRS. RUTH PINES long-time winter realdenl hare, '''•'' I MUml Beach Intel ghe was th.. wlf of .i,„h. I Inea, Peekaklll, N V she was a membei o( the Ordei of th* Ba h and American Jewish '.'""<" ivois ineinda, in aUdlto JudKe I'm.-, two K,n< hi Puneral Horn* lni<*l|lel|tH. i In charge of local arMRS. LENA BERNSTEIN hi. of 2655 I'olllna live., winter visitor no,,, P-or*,t Hllla. NY., died Mar. IS. el, Alton rd.. In charge locally. MAX FELOMAN 6S, of ll.'.l (dean dr., winter visitor from Montreal. Canada, died Hervlcae and burial were in Montreal, tll.TI Surviving are her buaband, Joshua, A With Itivei side-lleaih Memorial Cha|>and two brother.-. Barvlca* and burial el, Washing!.m ave., In charge localiy. were In .New York City, with Hell-, man a Funeral Chapels in Ohara* local, SYDNEY MEYERS Stuart ... .| (larhles, and 4,,m. s M, it k ,, I ; '"'!' d ,, *WTs. Mrs. Je J( WiraeB and Misv n„ r |,fiire, P „ ek skill; tin. Children. Rervlcea wer* Mar. 11. with Hellman h-uneral Chapel In charge of local arrangements. [mac .el ai R Ill halKe SMUEL HAPPlSON t hawHn %  %  ill v was i ad at sisf'hes'er, S.rvlces I each Me* i le, with MRS. BFSS'E LAURANS I Fkb. '.'' at hi IM N'K !.i Is • II II <• inter vlslii j:, Mass for IS III] .1 %  : i "lent for [ ember of f -'. Hor > I Three larhKlli • %  M %  Ruth Y in M T*^. I Ins 1'iseph. I %  I i H verslde[a>i VUen id., In SAM LEFF 7^. of 110 N\v Itn I h M Survivor. In.hide two soli-. Art hut and llarrv. and a daughter, Mrs Kalua. Servi. [lea. h MemtH il Chai-'. J I st with inteilll. nt in Mt. Final Cell" %  SAMUEL ELIAS ct of 12? trd I., a <> Inter i rroni New Y..rk. died PI ,, ,i burial w.re in New York, with id* Raacl \\., hintiion .u', in char*;* locally, MRS. MARY KAT2 71 of IMI Meriiligii are., winter visitor from New York, died Peb 2\ I a.,.i burial wen In New York, with Rlvenrfde B*ach M rial Chapel Vt'aahlngton ,.\. In i harg* ol la ai I aligeiiu ntb. ISAOORE RAPPORT 72. of fi'.'l SW nth i>\t. dterl-in a lacai || ,1 Mar ::. He i ..me from New Tort and prior to his retlrein.nt operated a Hot hintator* her* Burvlvora Include hla wlte, rsertrude, a son. daUaThter, slat-r MIL! two grandchildren S. vi and htji-lal were In Tor*, with local nrranglnents by Cordon Funeial Home S'.rvin Star SIDNEY V L^VY I K. rrt -." %  v iijin.iPS. BFCINA Pl.ASNFR t %  • %  V. w Y.ak for t \ %  i. Hal h inlaid.Mi ,Ien(a>naii. II. Is a surSinrr > %  • • \< i\.|, M I with |a bong I.. \. u Y..rk. SVUEL J K=-AT I] lver no. died %  ktl.l .1. H ika f .. Ill Ml ho came r. h :."> He I* II son, Mrs 1. Norm* nd\ ('. %  iiicteMRS. ANNA ORAW'TZ JT, winter \i>it.. r from New York, died Mar fi. Riverside-Reach Me rial Chapel, Normandy lale, was in charge of local m raiujem.iits. ARTHUR W. SCHLESINGER IIS Calais dr di. d Mar I A reInauram •• exai utlve. he cam* f.,..,, i,. Is survived i.\ hla wife, A dele; twi Arthur, Ji daughter, \t• \:> | .. ere In Detro Mi moi i.,i Chapel, Normandy of ks al arrangen MRS. IDA STRAUSS 75, ..f II Coll n :. %  •• rlfi %  M % %  "• di i : %  a. h M. II...' al i Ihapel, m ave., was In cl| %  mi nis JOSEPH KRAMER Mi, of 6fi South Shoi. ,ii.. died Mar. 14. id burial were in New \ %  %  with RjtversMk>-B*aeh Memorial Chap. el, NuiMiiindy Isle. In charge locally. MRS. LENA FARRER .., of 1751 "'ollins ave., winter visitor from Hound Brook, N.J., died Mar l^ Servi. .•* were in New lliunswlck, N .1 | HJven i lr-Reach Me rial Chapsn, of the Indian Creek hotel, died Mar. IL' in a hospital. He was a retired lawyer, comma her* from New York two vears ago. Services were in New Yoik, with Riverside-Beach Memorial chapel. Klagler at.. In charge or local arrange men la. MRS. BERTHE F. GOSSELIN B2. of 2020 West Flagler St., died Mar. II Servi.-ea and burial were In Quei. Canada, with Riverside lh... h Memorial Chapel, Flagler at.. In charge of local arrangements^ ^ ROGER EPSTEIN %  1t • %  years fi im New York A daughter, Mrs Rea • r*i I* Ims II. -MI vlvea He w..e in Nashville, Tenn., with Rlverilde-Beach Mem..rial Chapel, Waal Invton ave., in charge of arrangements. MRS. MARTHA MORRISON 7h. of SIM SW Mth li'l died ill a hospital Mar. :.. Sh. had lived her.I! coming from Cleveland. Two brdthera and a lister, Mr* Tana Kats, survive Barvlo Mar. 7 ill Qor!•• in. %  al Home, with burial in Ml. Nel.o C*m*t*l | H. WILLIAM %  Hi.f* 1! In M... f Tt"^^... PRFNSKY RW :" 'h rd.. Clt} Mi u'.i pnon • %  in New I ide his wife. and burial were In ,„. M* B RY SHULTZ VI I Royal Palm ..\.. who en me SJSWjr" ai „ from Nv „. Y.irW P" IIa> ,, r.tlred dress %  'iirfr R Ur vor |,,,.i llr |p his I <-/\ t Wl „,,„, wins: and ^rvlre* ami i.uri a | were In With Piverslde Reach | "' r Tj'ip*l, Waahlngtoa ave., In MOE SIMMONS 5S, of 210 ••th si r.-tlred sales manager, died M.n : He w ,a membar of Knights of Pythias Burvlvlagc Ms wife. Belli i i son Donald dmrgliter. Ann lei and two brothers. Serviceand burial were in Saw York, with Riverside Beach Memorial Chap.l. Washington a\.-. U charge locally. OSCAR WEINSTEIN 7!. of 12i>:, Coontrv ciul. Praiw, who came h.-ie aeven • nago from Birmingham, Ala died Mar I He wa. ., i.-thed merchant and belonged to Temple Zlon and Hn.i B rlth B irInclud* hl wife. Surah, two aona, Aaron m.l Hllle; two daughti ra, and Mrs .• l.iirle and eluhl aramli-hlldren Servi, i were Mar l In Gordon v Chapel, with burial In Ml Nebo < ."..•tan • HERBERT PINCUS 47. of HI NB :ilsl st.. winter visitor from Ne Y..ik. died Mai I Service* were Mai I II ,; l eraidi -!:•... n Memorial Chapel, Flaglei st. MRS. MARY WHITMAN M, of '' % % %  <<> dr wlntei i Isitor from New Y.rk. die.I M 'i B. I in Brooklyn, with Rive i, Memorbj el, Washington In chaiKc ha ally. MARCUS BECKER 74, tool and >llmaker, passed nwaj Mar. 1 at his horn.-. Ii50 BW Ird st. He came here two years ago from l...n.' Island. N Y. His wife Bophle. a son and a daughter survive. Services were Mar. 1 at Rlverslde-I Memorial Chapel, Washington ave.. with burial in New York. DAVID SAFAN r,-.. ..f 7M 'oh at., died Mar %  H* h.re u years ago anil ga lire I ladle* underwear manilfacl Sun King are his wife. Hose; four aona, s..i. [^•.., Aaron and Benjamin: ami two brothera, Including laaac, of I I'.e.l. h, Seivl.eWere III NW w Ith Riverside Beach M< mortal I, Washington av*., in charge of arrangemi JOHN S. SIVERTS 4R NE llrd st w ho w is %  civil .... in i...Iga iif conalI uclion of gS, of englni niv.*" RV DAVIS Lk r,< h winter visitor |t"ch^tr, \ v died Feb. *'rf In It,., hester. with "* %  n>rh Memorial Chapel. "I, in course 0 f |„ tl ,i >r rjingel"|I $ -,"6BECCA GORDON | !" J :"rsi, n ave., a winter vls%  £" Nova s...tI,. died Feb. W. .all J n Nov Bcntla, with i.n^, -V-"'oiial Chapel. ton ave | n ,.,, SAMUEL SCHWARTZ lUr. fr„„",'v"" Pam "ere local eleht Yn.C'"" ." "" Services were l locally'* 1 Wl -l'"igton ave.. In ^.J^niTwriROFR •lllllK --• — k.*" f ''•• %  "norlai died Feb. J*. In RiversideI. Washington lX Utii ";•;; :" %  :< ra>. in a ii -*•tn hl Mr??"''-* fVb ii In Rlv*r*llaI. been 111 two "juisslna Surviving aa I Mis. Kara •• %  .n, Jo I Wa MAX ROSEN 7. of UI "th st a winter visitor from New York, died Feb *<' v Ices were In New York, with Rlversl lies, h Memorial Chapel, Washington ave., in charge locally. MRS. CLARA BLATTNER 7ft, of 1H77 SW 9th St.. who came here 11 yean ago from Jacksonville, died Mar. x. She was affiliated with Temple Israel and la survived hv three daughters. Anna. Esther and Mrs. Rose Rosen. Services Were Mar. In Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel. Flagler St.. with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. JOHN DI8M0RE R2, of IS.11 SW Uth St.. who came here SO vears ago from Woshinir'on. D.C., died Mar. *. He was a warehouse manager for the Miami I '!'•' Co Survivors Include his wife. Fay. and one son, Charles. Services were Mar. 11 In Gordon's Funertil Chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. A ihopplna .enter being built in Ft i-io.ier.iai-. died Mar 5. He n i Paducah, Ky. Burvlvlng are hi-wife, Ronalae, a aon, daughter, Bister and tw.. brothera Including ln*rV ;,i.' of M -ni Ben Ii • "••' Mai I in Rlverel Baai b Memorial Chapel, t lajrli; JACOB STEIN nter rasldani from New i ork. died Mar 7 at home. BIO Ocean dr, Bj^rviraa wer* In New >..ik. with dde Beach Memorial Chapel, Washington gva., In ohara;* locally. MORRISES. BROOKIN 1, died Mar. IS % %  "' *"•* ..„ ,,f Mr and MrHaiTJ 1' kin IB7J Met Idl n M %  • • ii ll %  %  student al M ami Beach High S. hnol. II. came hare with W* P.r*nta fr New Yoi u i I y* ira ago He „.. ,„i.,-,of the Beach Brai i h, Oreatei Miami Jewish Community i .,, ,. Mat l al Rlvi rslde, Memorial Chanel, W gve., With burial in Ml Nel.o I I'D. FRANK BAUM 74 of 1611 Washington ave., winter vtattor rrom N*w York for man> died Mar. 14. H* waa a rotlrad muaiclan and Is survived by a son brother and two sl-ters BorvlCM we.e Mar 16 al Rlv*mM*-B*ach Memii.. Chapel. Washington ave., with bunai in Mt. Sinai C emetery. HERMAN HOROWITZ r.s. of 2i9u NW 17th st died Mar. He had been a winter visitor for several seasonand. last year^made.hi* ers, Inr Mrs. Joan Hoffman and Mlaf Car I Horowltx. Services and burial were in Newark. N.J.. vvlth ltlversideHea.h Manorial Chapel. Flagler in charge. eial seitsi.nn % %  > %  -; — permanent home here. He is si bv his wife. Cella; four daught. •t. MRS. ANNA MetBTRICM M. died Mar. 7 at her home. 520* Riviera dr. She came here five vears aro from Aabury Park. N.J, and is survived by a daughter. Mrs Shirley i"uw. three sons, a brother ami four slater^ Services were In Red Rank. NJ. with CouloirKineial Home In charga or arrangements. MRS. BESSIE TALBERTH 77, of JZJI SW Mth st., died Mar ;. aoaval al i. .mi Bh* had lived here 17 vi nine fr*m Is.ng island. N Y A son, three dsught. eludlns Mrs Hilda Seidler. are, five grandchildren 7 In two brothand tlncc neral Home SOLOMON MOLL 7 of 10M Collins ave.. winter visitor ?;;,m Hroi.klvn. N.T.. died Mar. 14. with SV^ui^He'ach MemairU^ChapS.-n ices and burial erslde-Heacu el, Washington ave.. Il MRS. TESSIE SHERMAN vlv-rs Include her husband rr >: ;„d two rUughterj. IMMI Ad.le Services and Brooklyn, with Hellman s Chapels In cha rge loca lly LOUIS WILENZICK M. winter H r from telthnor*. Md HI-.I M .r IS Services and burial were P'rilaiuuio,,., with N.wma.i-Uotdo., were In Funeral SERVING MIAMI JEWRY with HONOR and DIGNITY /or OVER 25 YEARS %  fs MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3 3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director tf .ti. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. a Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving the Jewish Community Sinct 1926 MIAMI'S ONI AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATCHING EXCLUSIVELY TO THt JEWISH CLIENTELE GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES o Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save I All Monumenli Custom Maiu in Our Own Shops Within 3 Dovi I X> 3277 -79-81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Nexf f* C#rn*r *r 33ri Avw HI 6-5922 HI 6-5921 IP r % % s Courteous Efficient w 4 4 4 4 4 4 % % % r % > I r i % % r r r % % % I % % % Dignified Service \ j NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. Newman funeral Director j* 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677



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issover md Food ecialty [ly LEAH LEONARD beautiful customs have -d around Pessover, FestiKwdom. During the Seder, tLce an opportunity is [w explain the seder sym%  the glowing goblets of -Ah'komen. the Charoses, -Her Herbs, the unleavened i> of affliction." to the chant[the Hallel. so that even the L child may understand Le of our precious heritage Jom. flike to liken the Four Cups > Four Freedoms so dear to Lrtsin this land of the free. Ct suggestion to add a Fifth j honor of the New State of find its first President. Dr. I Weizmann. has taken hold r parts of the country. are some recipes that [make Passover a treat at it fcRFEL COCONUT DROPS ip hrfel i%  • oven fr •• Lp fin-nnni, II I : %  kite* -ill! M>c.n frali i rlnl |bine Farfel and minced coco] a mixing bowl. Beat eggj with salt till the mixture %  i peak then add sugar grad(while continuing to beat. 1 the mixture should hold [ape when dropped from a o. Drop a teaspoonful at a i an aluminum lined cookie [ at least an inch apart each each with a few bits of rind and bake 12 to 16 at 400 deg. F. or till browned. Remove pan of |i" to top shelf of oven and I to 3 minutes longer for adI browning. Let cool on the V from draughts. Remove l spatula or pancake turner. [depends on size of Drops. }Kil FILLED KNAIDLACH (A dessert) "Itom •** poutoen, dl< • %  '! pUr to rover |mon wit jjjM'-ti M.H7... Meal and Matao |CJk MM | %  spmrli..,) short, nf (schnuslts Iprelen-ili jskejl nml pitted i nine* %  scM tlmomlN "P fin iran ,; -, j „ Kar l"'n i Innarmni diced potatoes in salted | till tender enough to mash f*rth a fork. Drain well and [thoroughly. Make a depresI the center and add one egg ". beating after each addiI Add a little of the Matzo h"ure while beating till TjWhen all eggs and Meal blended with the potato, *J tablespoons of the hot ^shortening and mix once cool enough to handle, PJWls the sue of an apple %  n a platter. Bring about II water to a boil in a Ljwepan. While water heats P J*! nt m ake a depression P the balls, puce a pre[/""" l n center and drop an • Bring the mixture ^nd the prune filling ff nt the boiHn wa H !" P l rtIy to permit escape P Bd keep at a gentle boil |C t ^" utcs r till dumpl£ v ""l "" t0 P Skim R S w'" h a P^forated fh m a bowl containana cinnamon and arWlkin? kle Shpp, or in %  %  ^ '"KPan. Ir,ale remain[•twJ. !i ,en,n over K12I. ^ ur 1;; ,ho baking Tito 16 at 375 *** m ly brow ncd 0r slip unr- fame to brown. *|J PPlesauce. stewed ^ 15 Knaidlach for ^le\wH^UEII\ Manlsrht-wltz Sponge Cake Mix 3 MibtMpnona MantaelMwIta InBtHiit Coffee 8 PURS ', cup water Add instant coffee to the box of Sponge Cake Mix and stir well. Combine and bake according to directions on the box. Frost with Coffee Whipped Cream, if desired, for a dairy meal. COFFEE WHIPPED CREAM I' !" iiipn heiivy SM'I-I-I cream, ooM 2 tea*) ns Maniachewlts Instant I 'of'. I 3 tabteapoona siijrar Place instant coffee and cold sweet cream in a chilled bowl and whip until it starts to thicken. Add granulated sugar gradually and beat until just thick enough to hold its shape. Spread on top and sides of Coffee Sponge Cake. Beat egg yolks and water together at fast speed for 2 minutes. Gradually, blend in dry ingredients for 4'4 5 minutes, using moderate speed. Beat egg whites 2 minutes at fast speed. Fold egg whites into batter by hand until thoroughly blended. Follow baking directions on the box. Manischewitz Passover recipes include this delicious coffee sponge cake. ^^ Broth for Gefilte Fish Now Available CHOPPED UVUI-FIUID 'POTATO PUFF' Recipes 'Mother Used to Make' Always Prove Favorite %  Try These To our many readers who have taken the trouble to write us how much they enjoy the recipes they read in this column, our sincerest gratitude. Especially to those who have told us they want to have more of the kind of dishes and specialties "hubby remembers eating in his childhood." Well, like the request from a devoted reader in Rhode Island. From Woonsocket. R.I.. comes a request for a chopped liver-filled •Potato Puff" our reader recalls her mother used to make. Here is a version of that type of mouthwatering "pufl" or pancake which we have found easy to make and serve with clear soup, roasts and I gravy, or as an accompaniment to almost any kind of main dish or I "fleishigv" Potato Dough, Basic Recipe 1 cupful cooked-mashed potato 1 egg, beaten Meal enough to make stiff dough (about 1 cup) Combine the mashed potato and beaten egg in a mixing bowl and sift in meal to make a stiff dough which can be either rolled on a i board or moulded in the Continued on Page 5 P A new Gefillte Fish in Redi-Jelled Broth, for instant serving, introduced by I. Rokeach & Sons, is making its debut in food stores across the countryFor the very first time, the jarred gefillte fish is packed in a firm, jellied fish stock characteristic only of the true home-prepared product. Instead of a thin liquid, the consistency of the sparkling Jell remains unchanged even at room temperature. Spoon it over the li.sh. and both are ready for immediate serving. This new Rokeach product, made from the finest quality fresh water fish, chiefly whitefish and pike, comes packed in one and twopound jars, with four large fish portions or patties to a pound jar. 1-2-3 FISH SALAD (As easy to make as opening jar) 1 lib. jar Rokeach Gefillte Fish in Redi-Jelled Broth Tomatoes Salad Greens Arrange fish on lettuce, spooning redi jelled broth over fish. Garnish with carrots from the jar, tomato wedges, and crisp salad greens. Serve with horseradish. Makes 4 large servings. — — CHERRY JUBILEE PIE Pie Crust V* cup Rokeach All-Purpose Shortening Vi cup sugar \ \ lVa cups sponge cake crumbs Filling Vt cup Rokeach Cherry Preserves 'a cup coarsely chopped walnuts 1 cup heavy cream, whipped For Pie Crust, cream shortening with sugar. Work in cake crumbs. Press mixture as evenly as possible onto bottom and sides of a 9-inch pan. Bake in a moderate oven K375'F.) about 7 minutes, or until ] golden brown. Cool thoroughly. For Filling, fold cherry preserves and chopped nuts into whipped ) cream. Turn into cooled, baked pie shell. Garnish with additional finely chopped nuts, if desired. Chill at least 2 hours before serving.



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,yj in Seventh Ljversary Fete Ln %  ** WTVJ celef; .,-en.h anniversary Cfn ocal live < •* Pint Mitchell WttJftg r![4 which pioneered t' F Flonda ,> now a.-mblfci8| IVi color camera, a color I r, ;, jde earner;, chain, and L equipment necessary for Ljng color television. ^ialprcpreview of color £, was held in WTVJ at* londay to launch the annir wek. *jQ*!&rk>rMton Drink May lorketed Here Added 'Kick 1 juices, including orange Lptfruit, that taste like a or Scotch whiskey, may jkfled soon in Miami, [product, which also may be i to taste like other liquors lich will have the same efi being advertised by World Liquor Co.. of which Maurice |is operator. i has revealed that he plans [thi< novel drink into produces plant at 1167 NW 22nd [his indicated that the drink made from a wine to be rtured by Florida Fruit rs. a firm at I-ake Alfred. Tis near Lakeland in Central fre just waiting for the Lake plant to get into producCohen explained. "The liDmake dtrua wine, which i alcoholic content of 12 or nt, and then bring that up lor 24 percent by volume by }ing it with orange or grape%  andy. product will be shipped |and in our rectifying plant add essences to make it Bourbon. Scotch, a Manor Martini—or just about I you want." aid the product will be I in stores with beer and I llicenses. and he predicted! |it will furnish a great new' I fer citrus growers in FlorPage 5 D ESTATE EXAMS N |10. Brokers $20. Simpll. "Msludy course. Quettiont. •"thm.tic. Why fa,i and P—I 'or new eam ItffflUt L WISE. C.PJK. TtS •*• %  Ml !" Florida 1 ,M Ph. HI 6-2854 GREETINGS II 1UPREE and SON |EAL ESTATE 1300 Bay Road fwne JE 8-5224 hio BEACH "WINGS TO 411 N* Xursery n >it for Usr" 13 %  87th AVENUE MO M630 ICHE&SID LEWIS ,3gan Inn l^*ormll..N.c. filling, as a dessert dish. This recipe makes 3 to 4 filled "puffs," depending dn size. Located in the upper Bronx, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine is the nation's first medical school sponsored under Jewish auspices. Non-sectarian in students and faculty it is the core of a $100,000,000 medical city. A report on the first semester of its initial class and plans for the second class will be made in Miami Beac h next month at a meeting of national Old-Time Recipes Continued Favorites Continued from Pag* 1 D palm of your hand. Flatten a ball of dough the size desired, or make a depression in the center and place a ball of filling in. Bring the potato dough up around filling, form into a flattened pancake or leave it in round or slightly elongated shape and bake on a greased cookie sheet or pan at 350 for 12 to 15 minutes or till nicely browned. Below are suggested fillings: Chopped Liver Filling — broiled chicken, beef or calf's liver, put through meat grinder with hard cooked eggs, fried onions and seasoned to taste. Swt Fruit Fillings — may be made by using half of a dried, fresh or canned apricot; soaked and pitted prune; chopped combinations of dried fruits and nuts, sweetened to taste; or combine your favorite preserves with cake or Matzo crumbs, with or without chopped nuts, and use as filling. These fruit filled "puffs" or "pancakes" may be served with a topping or fruit sauce to match the A Happy Passover To All Our Fr.er.ds and Patrons •Josors Pastry Shop 444 • 41st St.. Miami Beach Phone 58-5289 1098 Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach Phono 86-1523 nSSOVUI GKEETINGS Lang's Service comntrt AUTO ntPAit SERVICE "NyaVcHMfic" Transmissions Repaired 427 S.W. ltd STIEET Phon. Ft 4-3*441 Ovtr It rears Some location SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR. CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI. FLORIDA WOW you can enjoy 1 iArtt SEABOARD'* SILVER METEOR now features new and delightful SUN LOUNGE sleeping eors, with GLASS-PANELED ROOFS.and many other ultra-modern innovation,. 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.Match 23, 1956 Page 15C ISII BOX OF PERTINENT POINTS ON PASSOVER [tflBI SAWUEL J. FOX ^ itcurf om.ry.o Hick -drop from the cup C i *e Pl9* •"• ntlon#dt 0 f the Seder Paover I I ,mbtr of an-wcrs are ofW5 interesting custom^ 3i m thai i! ia sort of • description and rcpresentarhow the Egyptian* were j in numbers after each Ztt plague, just as the wine tL in the cup. Others claim I. means of expressing to the [found the table that it is E£ io avert this kind of from happening to Uriters claim that this cus| tf M pre--ion of regret on *t of the observant Jew to wMut he does not delight in Lnfall of any human, even *jt be his immortal enemy. L the wine indicates that ffte loss of an Egyptian life aidered a lo>s for mankind. rV [fc v>mt people insist upon Mb with their finoera? f. LpUgues that were described [jible usually carried the de~PHNrt they were delivered (c "finger of God.'* As each is mentioned, therefore, Jlitts the wine with one's fin|tsignify the linger of God" k punihcd the Egyptians. &f • • H* it customary to combine ioh and the bitttr herbs |tat them in the form of a Efchf en? is a difference of opinion Talmud (Pesakim 116a.) as bat the procedure of eating natzoh and the bitter herbs pd be. Acording to the rabbis ; supposed to eat the Matzoh iMy and the bitter herbs Italy, since the matzoh is lioned in the Bible as an indecommandment (Exodus while the bitter herbs re I only in connection with "aschal lamb (Numbers 9:11). i there is no Paschal lamb ofI today the two -hould be rjisby separate ceremonies it be mistakenly thought that %  g of the bitter herbs ap| in the same sense as the matI disagrees with this viewed claims that the two I be eaten together since at M where the eating of the ""barbs is mentioned it is menI*that they arc eaten together the Matzoh and th w pocehhould be followed, according Fleven when there is no P The later rabbis, as was lB %  My other instances. "tQobey both concepts and *v directed that the observant •wwid follow both methods, *e first eat the matzoh sepr^njhe maror" separately and afterwards we eat the two together. Why is It customary amongst the Oriental Jows for the unmarried girls to eat tho roasted egg on the Seder plate? Thjs seems to be an ancient tradition and it is claimed that the girl who eats the roasted egg will be helped to find a groom during the coming year. It is suggested by some that the egg is symbolic of reproduction. A single girl who eata it may thus symbolize that she will bo married soon and be the potential bearer of children. It is interesting to note that the girls eat this egg behind the door since it is considered immodest for an unmarried maiden to show publicly she is anxious to be married. CURIOUS PUZZLE IN THE UAH Continued from Page 11 C of the most ennobling concepts which characterized the Jew through the ages. At the very beginning of the Seder, we utter the "Kol Dichfin," "all who are hungry or needy are invited to come in and share with us." And this is not merely an empty formality, for Passover was a time when the Jew was made aware of his communal responsibility, and saw to it that even the poorest individual would* be able to afford his wine and matzohs for the holiday. The full wine glass and the empty chair which stand waiting for the prophet Elijah bring home to us the hopes and yearnings of the Jewish people for the Messiah, and a better age for all mankind. The words with which the Jew for centuries closed his Seder cerc*mony, "Next year—in Jerusalem." show the eternal longing of the Jew for his people's homeland in Zion. In our time, we have been CITY ICE FOR EVERY COOLING NEED plus the finest in Air Conditioning Refrigeration Portable Beverage Coolers — Ice Refrigerators Produce Display Cases — Water Coolers Fish and Poultry Display Cases I I privileged to see this wish made a reality. 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March 23, 1956 flew Pesach Recipe for Your Family By LEAH LEONARD ^e-s a ciP for Pot Roast ,, really >.-por and will thrill family d" rin S i'^" veT U ncr. of 1001 SW 2d ave., Miami, to whom we send our hushei of thanks. So will you when you've tried it. Simply make certain that all condiments and oil are Kosher nUS from Mrs Esher Fi nfor Pesach prodn. ~ — — %  — — .r r i^ m ^ Pot Roast Deluxe 3 to 8*4 lbs. honed beef (shoulder or brisket) 2 tablespoons schmaltz or salad oil 2 large onion-., diced 2 carroti, diced 2 ribs of celery, cut fine, leaves included Page '3 t 1 cup red wine, your favorite brand cup soup stock or hot water, if necessary 2 cloves, 2 bay leaves, o peppercorns 1 clove garlic, mashed (or '' 4 teaspoon garlic powder) at pot in w-.ich roast is 10 ye cooked and sear the meat or all sides till nicely'browned. If meat is trimmed of fat, sear in melted shortening, schmaltz or oil. Lift meat out and add the prepared vegetables. Saute for 5 to 8 min uites, BtirriAg during the proce^. till the onions are lightly browned. Add the wine and seasonings, cover Continued on Page 12 B Concentrated Orange Juice ^ s\**' 5ft. Va t,i ,V K m flB* All Quick Frozen Fruits fefj VfiC^ CO ,Concentrated m M ^' Lemonade # ^^ ^ tmtt m^ rm£££ K0SH ^ kee *"•* q 4 lemonode s. f o, J3SON r=i? -ra MCO. rt Y. Strictly supervised by Rabbi Aaron L. Arak I •111 t*^ R rrffW" 0 *"* ftrocc 0 "' ^ V? W> and St*** <£1 ^ Quick Frozen Asparagus Quick Frozen Cauliflower Quick Frozen Broccoli ^&> S t*. Quick Frozen Spinach S**** SfP§? ^WTS of bfhUAl FOODS



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Page 2 B *Jewist>ncri(U9n Frida V. March Voices of the Ancients Ask Modern Passover Questions By SAUL CARSON • Neither -hall they learn war anymore." And the mingled voices, now inru n| „,,,„.„ m tho three, repeated the phrase. And night At how mam Pasover slices h ad hejrdlnttj^ ^^^ one heard "Dayenu" Ming to gratONI an u .,„ i :irv „t a new— It was on a nigh., a night of llmk ,„ ( ; ()( idnd and good and when tto ,.i.n. '"' f-inH 1 .... whin voice., were heard |(M „ as Th „u done no more th.m !„„n -late, ju-l a.lmn n^J | fj-I J All .vet the world, on tinnight, liberate us trom Egypl sufficient ,.. ilip ,„ the faaaili <" nM,0 "|| beiet^£ath boardJ untotfs woujtf have been that bo *bhtd tha peoples of the. I in an ancient retell ,,,„ Tlimi h:i> %  <,„,. so mifch more rf Jn ||u phr;lsin ,j 0 ( another .f an old narrative, a tale beaumore u m | [reaeh of theeegife* lllr Ul ,,., u „| [aaiak. again Ihej still onee "-''atmn. in choru,!* Dayenu, <>NU. • Pke the *ter Dayenu." m reAnd tiful in its simplicity, a narrative i | a title that was itself ,),.,, would haw been the height oi dignity—"Haggadah," „„,„ „. "Dayenu." •The H told ot a people in b.' nd oi their liberation, [( % %  Id oi Miracleand of WOtitiers. It t< Id Ol God who had been g I to His people And the men at the i, -i vc boards intoned their gratefulnt --. "Hast Thou done for us only thiand more—it would have been sufficient unto us." "Payenu," suficient unto us. And it was on this night when voices were heard too—here at the .„„„.„. uv h ank Thee became Prophet, in the WOds oi tatoh uliic.ent An ,|,he-euere the words .nnn Hebrew thai the voicenow spoke: KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen But now. here. "DayeniT WM being addteased to ONU, the Or ganisatsefl of NationUnited. The voices were two. And each spoke for I.-rael. One spoke: •Hast thou only given Ul world recognition by admitting us to membership, ONU-Payenu." But a voice answered: "Hast thou only supported us in your Nation shall not lift up swords against nation „ I halls and counsils. instead of acting head [uarters of the I nited Na!" |v as if vou VV( ri M rrv ttons, (he hope called by such large "j 1 ^ !" hp]nod at thc ^Msections oi the world "O.N.l 1 — Organization ol Nations United. One li-tened to the voices, and one heard a cadence recurring. It was one word from an old-old ing The word was "Payenu." One recalled that beautiful word. look for tha Milkboy on th* box and wrapper MILKBOY is made in Switzerland — that genuine imported Swiss Gruyere just right for the YIDDISHEN GESHMAK that you had helped at the begining—Payenu." And there wa> a trace of bitterness in this voice. Came the first voice: "Hast thou only stopped the letting of blood by bringing about cease-fire and armistice— Payenu, ONU." Retorted the other: "Hast thou -topped condemning us and cen-uring whenever we defended our-eheagataet murder, sabotage and pilferage D ayenu." •Hast thou not given us this world forum where we can at least explain to the world. Payenu. And ha-t thou not done aughl el-e than issue the Universal Declaration of Human Right! or give aid through your Specialized Agencies, Dayenu. And hast thou not given birth to the World Health organization— "', Payenu." interjected the other. "For your refusal to listen on Kibya—" Persisted the first: • W HO. and Technical Assistance, and UN1CEF —Dayenu. And the voice of doom intoned: j Stacked in stainless steel bas(en-ure. condemnation-Dayenu. ^ of Manischewitz GeOayenu-Nahalin Payenu. Gaza h p h ^ for fhe ^J Davenu. 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Page 8 C +JB6M&>S&^ I^YMarch*., A Happy Passover Dubrow's Lincoln Cafeterias 330 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach Brooklyn. N. Y. HEIR-IK FIGURE OF I BRUTAL i Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER 1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES PHONE HI 8-8704 THE KEYS ARE WAITING! DRIVE OUR SPECIAL "ROCKET" SHOW CAR TODAY1 By |. M. GREEN The literary world of Europe— j or that part of it where freedom of expression isn't throttled—and of, America is now celebrating the, centennial of the death of Hemrich. Heine. Germany's great lyric poet, after Goethe, and the most influen-j tial figure the Jews have contributed to the modern world of letters. It was a century ago. in February. 1856. that Heine died in Paris after | a lingering illness which lasted al-1 m eX e rZlin! SnL !" t\ he spoke of the physical dirt and precisely in his greaT TV.hiK3^ wereTemnTto^ of the "barbarian ideas" he found | capacities. One of Heine's. ttto^S?* !" *^^ !" "* the P Ush JeWS He h8d J !" $ \totomH?totormmy !" !" m to these medieval-minded whom Heine knew person h H ZLh! J himSl as first Jews from another, more modern., survived him by raoretb.ni, ^ZTcAiSTl'^i^ culture and eviction. Heine's ter_ofa, century. self baptized as a Lutheran for the mb v I a ent .. f" i ude ^T J? sake of a legal career before he "Ost-Juden" (Eastern Jews. repudiated both the career and thei !" f *f pra.se and blame tobaptism, and then as a Pagan de-lather with a rather strong feeling scendant of ancient Greek bards.; of alienation, became the attitude and who only expressed pride in M most German Jews during the his Jewish racial heritage during generations that followed him. This little tot la happily at play in a Pioneer Women i i home in Israel. Passover lor this child will be unlikij other after Israel opened the doors to a modem redemh GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1651 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH the last years of his illness, was nevertheless constantly reminded of his Jewishness by an antiSemitic Germany. Every German-speaking .Tew you meet in the world today, after what happened to the Jews of Germany After one has dug considerabl" into Heine's writings, one comes out with the feeling that here was a great, sensitive writer whose intellectual compass was continually being found by him, found again, lost again, and so on. Here he and Austria, is the embodiment of;wrote-like a Jew, there like a that tragedy which consists in beChristian, m a third place like a ing both culturally rooted and uprooted. Even the religious. Zionist Marx too had a powerful ioti more powerful than that of I But since Marx was defl his emotions, since he could t and smugly cast away doubts, since he could co on only one side of life—and disregard all other Marx was able to build up | ical-economic ideology since then inspired nearly! the world, the Coramui even though Oimmunislsi ways distorted his ideology Marx could see only directly by hunger"class struggle' ideology. with the perception of Pagan poet. Here he is a liberal attacking the aristocracy, there he German-speaking Jews who consci-lis denouncing the moneyed middle;could feel hate a the r ously turned their backs upon Ger-1 class, and again in another place he sort ot thim;besides man culture could not escape that. refuses to rub shoulders with the, sexual Jealousies and pain which comes out of the un-; revolutionary working class. Even: m nts hurt pride, cl* conscious, even if thev developed while the liberal republicans re-| ou s traditions, and so^ I superficial adaptability to a new j'nrded him as their own. he wor-' Heine, too. for all his bit culture, to a new way of life. They shipped Napoleon Bonanarte. callj ng. at times cruel, irosjn were not in the position of the ed for a strong monarchy and at-jCasm. c ul(l > et Un mB !" European Jews who had main-1 tacked republicanism Until the i the world around him a lat times be very vengeful lie ( tamed a culture and language of end of his life, one couldn't be sure TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables — Phone 83-5213 their own. Yiddish, independently of the Gentile culture and language that surrounded tnem. At most, th" German Jews could maintain their own Jewish religious life. 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Page 6 B +Jmlstfk*kmti Frida\ Cabbala Shows Great Historic Happenings Around Corner By SHLOMO DOV LONDON Years of study into the mystic writings of the Cabbala. Talmud %  nd Mldrashim have convinced me that the beginning of the longawaited redemption of Israel will take place in 19G8 following a decade of strife and wars such as the world has never witnessed before. This pha>o of the Messianic period iknown cabbalistically as the time of the Footsteps or Birthpangs of the Messiah. I base my conclusions on mathei :\ calculations arrived at by lent prophets and cabbalbut more particularly on the arches Oi the renowned Don Abarbanel (14371508) who oedicated three of his thirteen to the specific problem of Is tinal redemption. .Ml our sages, Goanim and Cabbalists, in calculating the period of "the end of day*. -pointed to an K b we are living in today. The mosl striking conclusion which all 01 them had come to was that belore we could expect the linal redemption. Jews from different parts of the world had to return to the ancient homeland They cited Ezekiel 36:8: "But ye u mountains "i brad, ye shall shool lorth your branches, and yield your fruit for My people ] %  the) are at hand to e with this comment "There no clearer indication ol the Mes than this, namely, that.' mountains c>t Israel will : :ng fruit, redemption ; i round the corner." But the Zoluir. -ource of the .:la. in determminu the "Em bath of the World.'" pointed COMING TO NEW YORK? Sioy ol Ihii modern 35ilory hold. All 'oomi C.hdt upoiurt lO'9, beautifully fufniiha* March j^j the State of Israel was born—8708. beginning of i. S r ap 7" Similarly, the Zohar clearly Ition. First, however points to tne year 5728, namely, ness twelve years ot *' 1968. a s the ti me of the actual] Continue on P^'! ^HOROWITZ M A R G A RETEHI :GEFILTE FIS l KOSHER : FOR : PASSOVER Bags of muriate of potash, an important chemical fertilizer, are shown here being prepared for export at the Dead Sea potash works at S'dom, Israel, where after a lapse of five years, operations are now in full swing. %  : "to a time within the 600th year of i namely, several hundred years bethe six thousandth year — the period of Zionist endeavors. Claiming that the people of Israel will stand up from the dust during the "Kre\ Shahbath of the World.'" fore the six thousandth point welcomes its first year within the seventh Sabbatical Thousandth era. the Zohar correctly determined the period, nay. the year, in which w Luscious, fluffy # gefllte fish .. with Q traditional homet* style flavor. A Tempting .... ^ delicious! # 4->oiif vino iwmbo £ portions! Also in m\ 2 lb., 8 portion jars. "0> jattW Stt* Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24 th ST., MIAMI 37, Ft A. PHONE Ft] vl li;.\ rooms with kirtk• ]';•;•' •••It*. prlvoie balk. fromSI.SI doily. Two room tuiles from $|.}| SPICIAl MONTMT tATItl Minium iml*w MU BEACON Broadway at 75th St., Nw York Oicor Winfrgb. Mo"09' D"CIO M NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Nosatir't Yiddith Clasaical Hour t,r heard every Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Feature* "THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Wolff "FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shuthana Spector STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial i i 4 < < < < 41 < LAND 0'SUN DAIRIES takes pride and pleasure in again announcing that it will be privileged to serve its many Jewish patrons with i Listen to SCHACHTER'S UIKLY -f I U ISH PROGRAMS Every Sunday 2 p.m. and Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. on RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL This Program is the first and has the largest listening Audience "•Jewish Forum On The Air* 9 Every Sunday-10.00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 an dial) rVifh Various Features Produced and Directed by SIMON SEIDEN 503 S.W. 17th Ave. **. 42-54M KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision oi Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director PHONE JE 1-5537 NOW! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS MILK CREAM ICE CREAM Qr order from route salesman



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Page 6 C ieuli Heritor Fridc ~ &f G R I I T I N 0 S & : IIIIIMIIHI MANUfACTUtftS INSECT Wm SCREENING ALUMINUM •BRONZE* GALVANIZED 3754 NORTHWEST 54fk ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA •~ LITERATURE OF JEWS FIEEED WITH RICH Mlf| By E. B. GREENMAN The literature of the Jewish people—religious and otherwiseis filled with rieh controversy. And though there are many who hold lhis to be a shame, we cannot agree On the contrary, the adjective -rich' was used wisely. Despite tired jokes about two Jews holding three opinions, it is the \cr\ depth of the literature, and its brilliant extension over these many years, which is a tribute to the greatness of the thought. Nor is it any accident that such controversies are often of long standing. For after all. this one people, with its stubborn and precious insistence on one God and one Law which has created the perfect condition for such controversy—or alternatively, for long distance agreement. For the oneness of the has lc matter on which the arguers Jewish youngster arrives in Israel and is bathed by ^ operate is not challenged or chal-1 tented mother, glad to be "at home" and in time tor the I lengeable. And thus, conversation Seder, .s encouraged—across space, as i %  GREETINGS CORAL GABLES INSURANCE, INC. Alt f 0 ft M S Of I ri S U ft A N C t 113 AIMERIA AVENUE CORAl GABLES Phone 83 2555 Wallpaper Distributors, Inc. 5142 BISCAYNE BOULEVABD MIAMI Phone PL 8-0922 \uth others, and across which is far more r; re. Because two men. who really ought to fight a matter out. or contradiction on the surface, is cur. have been separated by the revealed with probing to be one accident of birth is no reason why ma ns extension or refinement of they shouldn't have a chat. And if another's thought, the accident is a matter of a few j And jt seems to us tha the ap centuries, more or less, what mati proacning Pa ssover Season .another ter? If the Vilna Gaon. and Rabbi ^^ maUer js weaM. A TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IIIH AICEIS PRODI CE tO. Akilia. and Rashi are all talking about a relevant passage from, say Leviticus, why shouldn't they talk to one another? No later discovery is likely to invalidate their severs! bases for discussion. There has been much talk, of recent years, about art and tradition, particularly among certain literary critics. The plaintive tone j |erpwtefi JbTatnt words mean which some of these gentlemen are ,^ iht of observation •• And they forced to adopt in their insistence, adduw (m his interpretation their on tradition can wring true tears j ^autiful idca of tne close relationproblem is solved, and like most of its kind, it brings sorely needed comfort and courage and new wisdom in time of peril. Such a one is the question of the meaning of the name given to the evening before the first day of Passover—"Lei Shimurim." According to the traditional in of pity from an old "Yeshiva bostanding. This is not always the one voice. For truth is a case. Indeed, more often it hap-! commodity and it requires I pens that what appears to be cons be seen in a certain light if) be seen at all. And the llS | quired varies tn.m time Sometimes it is i man wht is in tune with the aspir his people to that they seel light. And another man. perhaps, the same wordj be heard at all. At another] ture. it may be the course oft which suddenly cause a nevj to shine on words, long apt ed. but until their proper! not properly valued, cut i were, from the true "light" time for which they were i So then, it seems to us, t shimurim" in the here aafj with the people of brad: with new crisps, new surrounded by enemies, is t as meaning—not either I terpretation or the both. The commentaries I ship between God and Israel. A 1227 N.W. 21st STREET PHONE FR 4-4160 chur Ilk. the writer We had no; n | h| o( observa ioni hcy called it such Problem*. There-was nothing ^^ „ was (Q ^ ni ht that to 'revive. If you had difficulty God s ove ha(J ^ dircctcd for prepared for these .nan,, with a passage of the TalmudUmc For was it not the night ; now they are ievealetUi and who has i>.t?-you, can talk | on ^ hig Isfae werp | trad.ct.on, but as good about it with the; brilliant cem-4^ ^ delivered (rom thc ^^ j both of them, mentator. Rashi. Or. to be even s|ay thcre J interpretation more specific, sins about it with 1 _f;_'_ J : _, ._.;__ .. ,, ..^ him. After all. the tradition is I more recent interpretation— j pared for us to tell us to bet Vast Coast Fisheries, Inc. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge more prosaic perhaps, but not, for cheer For even' crisis to .live and no charge of lesemajeste ; „ h t> f p > hj ,s t .v, r likely to .rise from addr^j t(>inm enUrv. The words, say' ing a man who has cracked one of %  commentators, mean these tOUgh. but juicy, nuts before ^ <)f KUarding/ And indeCft lit follows that there would have to-tjon And as (iod waited. But what is most amazing is the ^ a guard a g ainst physical dehis love to the night of manner in which so many of yesstruction „ n such a night. in the lonfi ago time, so fraught—as in the bnnd Egypt of old with suffetn*] has been made ready for I Free Parking Wholesale I Retail Eat Seafood for Health If any present should demand a directed at every night oi n Is All Our Fraud's, Patrons onW Acovain.oncei Haoor Passover Ted's Broadway Battery t Ignition BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS 3721 N.W. 34th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA PMONE NE 4-1331 teryear's controvoriles in these, j matters can. with passage of time, „A „„., .,„ i, u ... ,„.,. settlement of the dispute to the tion for people no lind a new unity How manv .. .. ,. __„_ h ,.. r mnvictions. _• %  _/i detriment of one side or the other, .courage of tneir comiuiwu! modern problems come clearer ... ... ,,. w„ with the aid of two great scholars £ w hc 'I'^PPomted. 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EwSro Will Council. *k*UtfkrHi^ its an, .cnp.es in tc -• ; Uir "aWay M, the Beach mi.litor.um. is nil Glasser. communal L for three consecutive Kman ol -A Women's She has functioned in two vears as a member -campaign cabinet and speL as coordinator of special Lin events. fist Israel is facing her ^greatest need-because the \\ for which the Jewish Uas created is threatened— L the emigration of Jews fabled lands to Israel must Wed the Combined Appeal is issuing this call entire Greater Miami comrto express their sentiments %  moment of historic world said Heiman, announcing ke plans tor the Riant rally. Idliner Gen. Alton, Israel's Lg 37vear-ol(l •'Liberator of [gev' who was recently feaI |on a much-discussed Edward AW television program seen [estimated 40 million viewers, lake a ipcial flicht from |M Coast to p;irticipate in jloriul program and to bring [-hand account of the crisis [brad today. tl-born. a member of the tt. Allon was a recruit to his pioneer self-defense volj in his teens. By the age of hna ali; [adier general in L army and had achieved Khe.-t distincti in for leading lC-Synagogue teligion Survey ntinued from Page 1 A digious observances (Christhanuka. Easter Passover) in public schools. prayer reading or recita(iible reading, distribution of or tracts, hymn singing, hg of clerical garb by teachpanting of credit for religious B, taking of religious census ph holding of public school in religious buildings; retime and dismissed time f; government aid to relig|controlled schools. rding the closing of public ion Jewish Huh Holy Days, aagogue Council and NCRAC against requesting that fdnne. noting that it is a deI to be made by the school auP es They recommend that it oppo-eil II school authoriCMre '" do so. They insist pah teachers should not be Hor absence on such holiAppear at Beach Community Rally a series of victories in Israels War,Is Torah?" by Judith Eisenstein of Independence in 1948. He com-1 adapted and directed by Cantor manded the forces which regained | Samuel Kelemer. Ramie and Lydda, and lifted the siege of Jerusalem. Later, he led Page 7 Ik the troops that swept the Arab invaders from the entire NegevI r" „ Fw, „ i Wi'i'iitT-KahB JU* of Mr. and Mrs. >£Tk w il1 become •aL ,h Sholom Rich'Ct n K a 1 N o r,hMiami THOUSANDS VIEWED THE OPENING OF THE MAGNIFICENT NEW DANIA BANK BUILDING The Dania Bank cordially invites you to visit its new building located on Dania Beach Boulevard (A1A) just opposite the Dania Country Club. The new Dania Bank building Is a tribute to its many friends and customers who have patronized the institution for over 30 years. This is your bank. The President, Officers and Board of Directors want you to feel free to visit with us at any time. We would like to show you through the building's 63 rooms, private dining room with outdoor terrace, its 5 great maximum security vaults and so many other features that will make your business at The Dania Bank quick, streamlined and efficient. II you have not already done so. this Is a perfect time to start your account at The Dania Bank where convenience, helpfulness and service has been our creed for over 3 decades. Over 50 firms and 200 craftsmen spending 44,000 man hours, combined their artistic skill, craftsmanship, and experience in building the magnificent new DANIA BANK Building, note located on Dania Beach Boulevard, just opposite the Dania Country Club. Architect: Gamble, Pownall and Gilroy, Ft. Lauderdale Gmtru^tor: Crouch Bros. Construction Co., Dania Visit the Dania Bank. You'll enjoy doing business in its friendly and efficient atmosphere. DANIA BANK ; i Dania Beach Boulevard (AlA)•Dania, Florida



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1956 *J*"MJhr*m*n *| IS FAVOBITE HOLIDAY FOR SPEGIAL REASONS %  ~r— P. Page 3 C jyMEW CHARNIAK i i have our favorite holir/wiMroneman. not particuLi' who (-ls Heansed and K1 Vm K.ppur fast. Another ho is (flighted by r n a'p^ and frailtiet J^ fhe characters in rtie B&%  .u t ostl>. Pa-over ls the f* 1 fprf many Jews. I am one ^•(know it. years ago. There EL* when I grew tired of Hjorim. I woul(J P int out %  Palestine, later Israel, the '(debrated the Passover r ne night only. Matzoh, Jftn than not. was dry in my | IT And I w "" 1 1 sm ,e al tne L p[ openian the door for flte proplni. who was exomake hi> appearance and Hi-goblet of sweet Pesach Jjch had been poured for Ejrjy in the evening. Of JTl enjoyed the "Four QuesHTiisually I was called > perform 1 took delight L of the food*, in the songs __the anecdotes exchanged Unattractive table by happy [ittange—and relaxed Jews. L I would not have counted &f 'is the holiday of holiIfor I knew that it did not 'th rml significant festiPthe Jewish calendar; and foot stand in awe of it as I loo did of Ho>h Hashona |oir Kippur. jiy, however. I can say with[doubt in my mind, that the Seder, the Passover in jl. is the Jewish holiday I [most and look forward to ijerly. I darted when I was abroad. is to say. in the United | Army, during the war. When away from home, everyIcbanges in your mind. The 1 streets of the slums of New |a."ume colorful proportions i begin to believe that they Iractive. Casual acquaintJ you may have met in "the [became close friends simply you knew the same peobere raised on the same [and spoke the -amc kind of fork English. >ame fashion, everything I took on an aura of pleas|l'cu dropped Yiddish words *rases whenever possible. night out Jews. You took lyour heritage as you looki the strange cultures and and measured them I your own. By. nothing was quite nor*ven the celebration of holidays The chaplains 'bW they could, but they • wide an area to cover. %  the religious materials •arrive in time, either. I', line Far East, isolated, and. f c "w. forgotten. Yom Kip a solitary holiday. One one's self, or felt the !" e and marked off the day and returned to warfare or technical work in the Army. The same held true for some of the major holidays and, I regret to sajj;, many of the minor ones slipped by before wc were even aware that they had come and gone. But I happened to be aware of when Passover was due. I was then in Ceylon, an island south of India, lovely, verdant, but without any Jews except those in the American and British armies. Suddenly, however. I missed the atmosphere of a holiday where a group of Jews could sit down together, and talk, and sing and go through at least some of the rituals of home and heritage. I arranged a trip to Kandy, the headquarters of the British, where, I understood, an English Chaplain would be in attendance. The Seder became an opportunity to celebrate a happy holiday, even though half-way around the world. The trip to Randy, from Colombo, was in itself memorable. The roadside, dotted with rubber plantations, coconut and mango trees, gas stations with incongruous Essolube signs, huts with corded beds, and curious men, women and children peering at each passerby, are now part of a camera eye which seems to have been focussed ages ago. Finally, I came to Kandy and observed the ancient beauty of a non-metropolitan society. These, I realized, were hill people and our lives were beyond their comprehension. I felt more lonely than ever before. What can one say of a Seder half-way around the world from your own home? What can one say when it is confessed that the Jews who attended were less interested in the traditional Seder (of course there was no Matzoh) than >in singing popular songs of the day? Civilians and Jews interested in ritual and tradition, would have jfelt frustrated and piqued. But %  they would have missed the meani mg of this Seder. There were no .Haggadahs, but every Jew there brought something with him to remind him of the Seder at home. Stumblingly, some of the soldiers, from all parts of the world, recited the "Four Questions." Here and there, another would recite a snippet from one of the other sections of the Haggadah. Every few minutes, a soldier would hum one of the familiar Seder melodies. True enough, this Seder was not a religious festival. But it was I a demonstration of clannishness, |an opportunity for kin to huddle together in a strange and distant environment. Everyone felt that he was a friend of everyone else. There were no strangers. All were, in a deep sense, brothers. Later that night, I returned to Colombo over a winding road on a black, moonless night. Somehow, I remembered that Seder. And I also remembered how, the previous year, I had wandered aimlessly through the clean, astringent streets of New Delhi, aware that it was Passover, but disturbed in the knowledge that I alone knew it, and could do nothing about it. This time, altered though it was, it was a Seder—and I knew, of a sudden—that Passover was deeply important to me, and always would be. That is why it is today my favorite holiday. I do not think of it in terms of the Jews in the desert, following the escape of the firstContinued on Pogo 7C No, this is not mcmnah the ancient Israelite* ate during their return from Egyptian exile. 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lizes to Speed +Jmjsii fkxjditer) Page 11 E Greater Miami Jewry prepared both nnr mm*. „~A ,. to mobilize Itjfun resources W,,m%ZX] m ?£L m TJ£ nesday 'to speed Israel direct an.l complete support of yourself and .mmed.ate assistance in these cmyour organiESm. I .," V u to cial hour, of her year of dec.on.' dear your calendar so that Greater chairman Jacob Sher of the State Miami'. Jewish community onof ported committee re the most important in the world' Sher announced that the entire month of April and most of May will be celebrated as "Israel Independence Month," honoring the State of Israel on its eighth anniversary. In a letter addressed to the pros idents of every Jewish organization in Greater Miami. Sher said "In order to provide larwl with the maximum benefits of this commemoration—through a communi"THE CORNED BEEF KING" Charlie's Air Conditioned MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT CHARLES FRIEDMAN. Proprietor Phone 82-9181 2195 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami, Florida I CU again provide a positive answer to Israel's government and people. "The eyes of Israel truly are upon us in this gravest Of all her criaea. Only through a compact, total community campaign can we realize for Israel the maximum potential—an overwhelming response to 'he 1<)56 Israel Bond campaign." Although Sher did not disclose any immediate functions, several activities of the women's division ty-wide effort for the Saie of Israel already have been announced, the Bonds—you are requested to clear Labor Zionists of Greater Miami your organization's calendar now.", a re preparing thcir t „ Sher. who led the community toL y r.cord breaking hond sales in for Israel evcr he,d nere and ,hc 1955. said "the entire period will Guardians and Trustees of Israel be devoted to intense activities by arc mapping special functions. Judge Ferguson in Crimes Court Race htRCURY LITHOGRAPHING CO. 545 N. W. 5th Street Miami. Florida Telephone 82-6567 EXPERTS IN MULTICOLOR OFFSET MW smoHHOff Simonhoff jn?e Published j iptjon attended by some 300 honnrcil Harry Simonhoff [in the occasion of the publi( lot his newest book, "Jewish j Jes" (Greenber New York). Jeption was held at the home I and MrSamuel Simonhoff, [North Bayshore dr., Miami. lonhoff. a syndicated column|nd world traveler, was for [years a staff writer for The i Floridian. His weekly collin The Jewish Floridian, "I'll \ later led to the publication I first nook, "t'nder Strange I' (Philosophical Library, New paSnaTly from rharleston, S.C., boff is an attorney and noted Bunity leader here. He has principally active in Zionist K B'nai B'rith. Greater Miami i Federal io n and Israel f 1951. Simonhoff went on a Iwide tour, sending week'y i to The Jewish Floridian on pmpressions of Jewish comities from continents as farI as Africa. is currently on a tour of i America with his wife, Use Judge Tim Ferguson has an-, nounccd his candidacy for Judge Of the Court of Crimes to fill the additional judgeship recently proj vided for in Dade county. Judge Ferguson served for a period of 20 Miirs as Justice of the Peace and Judge of Small Claims Court in Dade county, and during the time he was in office he reportedly handled in excess of 100,000 criminal cases. "Because of this experience. I fully believe I am qualified for the office of Judge of the Court of Crimes where trials of the same Wind of cases are held," the candidate said Wednesday. "My first act when I assume office will be to change the present order and practice now existing in the Court of Crimes, which is requiring defendants to remain in jail for a period of five days before a hearing of any kind is given. This order and practice is contrary to the statutes of the State of Florida under the Florida Criminal Code I which requires the defendant to be brought before the court without unnecessary delay. This practice often obstructs justice and amounts to a pre-judgment and sentence of guilt of defendants, contrary to justice and good conscience." Judge Ferguson entered the University of Florida at 14 and received AB and Juris Doctor degrees. While in attendance at the University of Florida he waa member of the Blue Key. Ph: Deltl Phi honorary legal. Phi Kappa Phi honorary scholastic and Alpha Phi Epailon honorary debating fraternities. He was a member of the University of Florida debating team and president of the debating counsel. Upon graduation from the University in 1924, his age disabilities were removed, and he entered the practice of law in Miami. | Judge Ferguson has been active in civic, fraternal and political life oi Dade county and Florida. He was charter member and regional director of the Southeastern states of the Young Democratic clubs of America, first president of the Young Democratic clubs of Dade county, state president of Young Democratic clubs of Florida, a delegate from Florida to the National Democratic Convention in 1940, 1944 and 1948, and former vice president of Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is a Mason, Elk, Eastern Star, Moose, Woodman and member of Riversifle Methodist Church. Ferguson is married and resides with his wife and son at 1543 NW South River dr. PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM ROSE-SAXON LUMBER CO. 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Page 10 B *J&l*nDrM&BNoted Jew Rises toTresidenc* of a New fngiand Railroad Continued from Page 5 B to secular institutions of higher study. The Jews wore the only group which had not made this type of cultural contribution to the nation until the establishment oi Bran dels University. Mr. Alpert had the same --tronn feelings in ihe matter as Dr. Israel Goldstein and it was inevitable that these two leaders in American Jewish life should get together It became known that Middlesex College at Waltham, Mass.. which possessed one of the finest campus areain New England, was having difficul-. ties. It became known through Dr. Joseph Cheskas, a dean at Middlesex, that the difficulties were so serious that the college would be forced to close down. George Alpert came to the fore and began the task of interesting individual American Jews in taking over MidThe 200th Founder of Albert Einstein College of Medicine of dlcsex as a Jewish sponsored uniYeshiva University, Samuel S. LunenJeld (center), noted verMty Toronto industrialist, is seen receiving his Founder's Plaque in V7nTereL 1 T 1 the X,e p n roS ^ George Frankel (left), college overseer, and Nathaniel It was decided to name the proL. Goldstein, chairman of board of overseers. The College posed university in memory of the 0 f Medicine, a non-sectarian teaching institution, is the first oi the institution's new board of Jewish auspices. Lunenfeld is vice president of Mount Sinai governors and Mr. Alpert accepted j hospital in Toronto. He also serves on national boards or executive committees of Zionist Organisation oi America. Canadian Jewish Congress, Hebrew University and Toronto Welfare Fund. PASSOVEft GREETINGS TO .. Surfside Gulf Service Station 9401 HARDING AVENUE Phone UN 6-2324 FRANK AYLOR MR. and MRS. HENRY M. CA Son. Fred, and Daughters Rene and Candye wish all their relatives and friends A HAPPY PASSOVER In one memorable evening, at a meeting in Boston, George Alpert succeeded in raising $300,000 among friends and associations. More recently. Mr Alpert became interested in the Albert Einstein Medical School which was established at Yeshiva University. He assumed the national associate chairmanship for fund raising New that Brandeis is well established. Mr. Alpert ha> resigned a^ chairman of it-board of governors to give more of his tin the Yeshiva Medical School. Of course, he continues to -it on the board at Brandeis where his wisdom, advice and experience are still an important factor. Since taking over leadership of the -New Haven Railroad. Mr. Al-, pert has curtailed some of his communal activities but that doesn't mean that his enthusiasm and de-l votion for the movements he has supported has lessened. As the} writer was interviewing Mr. Alpert in his simple State Street ofj lice in Boston, the telephone rang I Mr. Alpert, after the usual ex-l change of greetings, then offered! hiapologies to someone on the > other end of the line to the effect that he would not be able to meet with him since he was leaving for a few days' stay in Florida. The writer later queried: 'Going down for a little rest and relaxation?" No," was the quick retort. "I don't need any rest. I'm very fit. I'm going to Florida to do a little speaking for the Yeshiva Medical School When Mr. Alpert does want to "get away from it all." he and Mrs. Alpert hie themselves away to their farm in New Hampshire His tremendous powers of con centration are one of the reasons for the great success of Brandeis and the assured success of the Yeshiva Medical School. Mr. AlContinued on Pag* 13 B A Hon#y fHtsfvyar fo II our Friends Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg /.OR I DA A nnounces % The Perfect Package in the For Passover Milk &/'///A *,/"'/& mk^m^^ Jerry W.Carter Often Refered To As Florida's Mr. Democrat" Whose life-long experience in politics has proven his loyalty to the Democratic party and his ability in campaign strategy. With humble gratitude to the party which has so favored him in the past Jerry again offers to serve as National Democratic Committeeman and solicits your vote in the coming Democratic primary. ff Sealking Plastic-Coated Leakproof Paper Carton Here is the milk package sterilized in our dairy when it is filled and "aled. Here is the milk package that is leakproof, sturdy, strong. Here is the milk package that you open, and pour from the top corner with such perfect control that you can pour as little as a half teaspoonful without spilling a drop; gushing action and after-drip have been eliminated, at last. Here is the milk package whose plastic coating preserves the flavor and the rich freshness of your milk. Under fee Supervision ef Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Congregation Beth Tiilah. Director Be Sure It's Florida Dairies Phone FR 4-2621 PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER took for the Passover Emblem on All Products % 


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GLOBAL SHORTS
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
. BONN (.ITA)Although West Germany now admits visitors from
many countries without prior issuance of a visa, she is not willing t>>
relax visa requirements for Israeli nationals. Federal Minister of the
Interior Dr. Gerhard Schroeder has informed the Social Democratic
opposition. In sponsoring a Social Democratic motion to abolish the
need for entry visas in the case of Israeli visitors. Bundestag deputy
Dr. Karl Mummer argued that "we have moral obligations toward the
citizens of Israel that should prompt us to handle this matter as
liberally as possible."
PARIS (.ITA)The French Government has informed Syria that
France believes that if Israel resumes work on the hydroelectric de-
velopment propect on the Jordan River it will be violating the armis-
tice agreement and flouting a Security Council decision forbidding
such work, it was learned here. It is believed that the French note is
almost identical to statements made to Syria by the United States and
Britain.
ROME (JTA>The best wishes of Italian Jewry to Pope Tins XII
on the occasion of his 80th birthday were voiced here this weekend
by Chief Rabbi F.lio Toaff. in a specially-arranged nationwide broad-
cast. Eugene Zolli, former Chief Rabbi of Rome, who converted to
Catholicism in 1945. died here Friday. He was 75 years old. Horn
Israel Zolli, in Poland, he changed his first name to Eugene, in honor
of Pope Pius XII, at the time of his conversion. Zolli. who was first
a rabbi in Trieste, was named chief rabbi here in 1940, and taught
Hebrew at the University of Rome at that time.
LONDON (JTA>The Archbishop of Canterbury headed a list of
prominent British Christina church leaders who greeted the Anglo-
Jewish community on the occasion of the tercentenary of the return
of the Jews to England. The Archbishop's greetings and thOM "f the
Other church leaders, including the Moderator of the Free Church
Federal Council, which encompasses 23.000 churches in England and
Walts, and the Moderator of the Chiinh of Scotland, were published
in "Common Ground," publication oi the Council of Christians and
Jews. ,
ON WE AMERICAN SCENE
SEATTLE (JTA)Superior Court Judge Howard J Findlcy has
ruled thai "captive" religious services shall not be allowed in the
county jail and has upheld the Kinu County prison rule that all reli-
gious services are to be held in the chapel. In effect, this banned
evangelistic services in corridors and "tanks" of the jail, following
a suit brought by a county jail inmate. William Harvey Rhea. 25, a
roofer serving a year on vagrancy and assault charges, against 19
religious organizations which held their services in the jail corridors
and "tanks."
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTA)Uruguay's diplomatic mission in
Israel will be moved to Jerusalem, it was reported here. Decision to
move the Legation was communicated by telephone to Israel Minister
Matathuahu Hindes, who is now convalescing from an illness in a
medical clinic here. The decision was front page news in Uruguayan
papers. The newspaper "Accion." commenting on the move, said that
it implied the full recognition of the Jewish State's sovereignty. "La
Manama," another daily here, said that the Government's decision had
been taken despite representations to the contrary made by the United
.Stales and Great Britain.
NEW YORK (JTA) Internal differences within the Zionist Or-
ganization of America emerged into the open when Louis Lipsky,
Louis E. Levinthal. Dcwey D. Stone, and Ezra Shapiro issued a joint
statement announcing that their groupthe "Independent Liberal
Zionist Group" had decided not to appear on the ZOA slate of dele-
gates to the forthcoming World Zionist Congress and had filed a
separate list of "an independent group committed to a liberal Zionist
program." These Zionist leaders also announced that they propose
to call, following the World Zionist Congress, a constituent conference
lor the purpose of establishing an Independent Zionist Organization
in the United States.
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTaV-The largest Jewish conference
in the history of Latin America opened here with well over 1,000
delegates gathering to mobilize support for Israel in its current crisis
and to express solidarity with the Israeli people. Uruguayan Presi-
dent Dr. Alberto Zuviria and other government officials received a
delegation representing Jews of a number of different Latin American
countries The delegation expressed to Dr. Zuviria the satisfaction of
all Jews at the recent transfer of the Uruguayan Embassy from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem, thus recognizing the latter city as Israel s capital.
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)A delegation representing the Argentine
Jewish community called on Minister of the Interior Dr. Eduardo
Busso last weekend and presented him with a memorandum calling
his attention to anti-Semitic propaganda being spread in the Argentine
by the German-language magazine "Der Weg." The delegation pointed
out that the monthly, which originates in this country, is banned from
West Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and a number of other countries
because of its slanderous attacks on Jews.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)A party of 13 American Jewish soldiers who
are in Israel on a training mission were given a special Purim recep-
tion at ZOA House here. The soldiers, all stationed in the Munich area
and who arrived in Israel in a United States Air Force plane, broad
cast messages to their families over the services of the Israel Govern
ment radio system, Kol Israel.
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel Premier David Ben Gurion warned
King Hussein of Jordan that any attempt by Jordan to attack Israel
would be met appropriately." He sounded this warning after the
Jordan radio announced that the King had dismissed Britain's General
John Glubbthe famed Glubb Pashaas commander of Jordan's Arab
Legion because he had defied a royal demand to reorganize the Arab
Legion "to tneet the danger" of Israel. At the same time, Israel warn-
ed Syria that if the Syrians do not cease firing on Israel fishing boats
at Lake Tiberias and do not return a captured Israel boat together with
four wounded Israelis, then Israel would have no other choice but to
silence the fire itself and rescue the wounded.
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+J**!*i>nt>r*m*ri Page 11 D *W w § .** -1 L* iting with Miss Celia Bloom, American al worker who was director of the [thens Home for displaced Jewish Girls Much was sponsored by the National CounJ of Jewish Women in the years following fork! War 11 are Greek Jewish girls who | at the Council Home after years spent concentration camps or hiding in the melt countains. Most of those who have rated to America are now married. and their children were with them at the reunion last week in New York City. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Cohen, her children Isaac, Jack and Louise; Miss Bloom; Mrs. Leonard Korman and daughter Rachel; Mrs. Walter Advocat and her daughter Derby. Back row are Mrs. Jack Beraha and son Elliot; Miss Rachel Gani; and Mrs. Louis Kaplanides. pings, Loan Men lend Conference Jjvin;> and loan problems and solution:, were discussed at iavings and Loan Institute and •oilers Society convention in otaMar. 11 to 17. po Miami Reach federal sav I and loan associations—Chase Wai-hinqton wire represented lie Savings and Loan Institute [Controller Society convention ktlanta. ppresentin^ Chase was Robert Day. usUtanl vice presidenttiller and vice president of the i Florida chapter of the Sof of Saving and Loan ControiGeonje Ilir-ch represented Ftoiflon Federal. Ikfi and loan problems and solution'\w re discussed at [week-Ion.! series of meetings. prGreater Miami savings and |officials attending the convenw Philip Mank, national rant of the is, Savings and i Controllers Society, and A. FNer. president of the SocieISouth Florida Chapter, both of 'Federal of Miami. IColeman. Coral Cables FedI John Butcher and led Werthbranch managers, Dade Fl: and Thornton Saxon, At"Federal. **• or rhone Me NAT CANS J* MSWANCE NEEDS I*!""*" life InwroiK* Ce. i •WAve.-'-of 5 Polnff"! A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MARTINIQUE HOTEL 6423 Collins Avenue Miami Beach TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER David S. A Eli Andron PRIXCE MICHAEL HOTEL 2618 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLA. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER NASH MIAMI MOTORS, INC. { n r i u $ | m t'$ IAWN MOWER SERVICE %  • %  I Factory Method "^''"ttroin-Unfit **' *•*. 79th STRUT •W PI 8-6012 ** Teito, Owner MEETINGS ""^ 4-9361 545 N. E. 15th Street Miami, Florida Phone 9-2626 For the finest In Metal Work •JOHN STAMFORD A SONS ORNAMENTAL METAL WORKERS 3615 N.W. 46th Street Telephone NE 4-7918 BRONZE ALUMINUM IRON j TO OUR MANY FRIENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS Rader Engineering Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 111 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 82-3551 Miami. Florida "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami. Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES — LAND SURVEYORS Reasonable Rates Prompt Service 4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue Miami PHONE 89-1646 To All Greetings MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 1141 So. Alhambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone MO 1-9586 TO ALL A HAPPY HOLIDAY JUDGE WALTER II. DEI KM AM JUVENILE COURT A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Physicians & Surgeons Laboratory ONE LINCOLN ROAD BUDDING MIAMI BEACH Phone IE 1-0287 TO All. ..GREETINGS Wilno Kosher Sausage Co. 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE Fit 4-8422 A HAPPY PASSOVER C. DANA WOODMAN REALTOR 88 Merrick Way Phone 83-5234 GffffriNGS French Benzol Cleaners and laundry Inc. 600 S.W. 7th STREET Kent Cleaners and Laundry One in Your Neighborhood HOLIDAY GREETINGS A. ft TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE Boats Machinery • Office Safes Household Concrete Pouring Move Anything 31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area 239 N. W. 26th STREET Phone MO 1-6486 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO All AM. tmi MRS. MURK S10TKIN of the NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 7S7 • 41st STREET, MIAMI REACH PHONE JE 1-4871 Best Wishes for a Happy Passover 'i /; ..... MIAMI F|PPIP i t



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Mpfc 23, 1956 +Jel$t,n*rk*M Interesting Facts About the Observance of Passover Page 11 B [ pHILlP GOODMAN ,S! Ha-Wdah. written in UeH a Tn interest chil*rves to inter* ntten in the same l^Very. rhyme. -This lit is ue that Jack built. '.„ %  ,, n f t he HfMadah I begins with: "Who knows one? I end. I know one. One is the Eternal, who • • is above heaven and earth,", and In the days of the Talmud, it was I continues asking and answering customary to make matzohs in difquestions up to thirteen. It is said'ferent artistic shapes and figures. 'that this was written especially as These form* were not approved by la children's song, to keep them in' m any authorities as it necessitated terested in the Seder towards its allowing the dough to stand longer which might cause fermentation. While the original purpose of perforating matzoh was to prevent it from rising. In many instances the perforations were utilized to form figures of animals and flowers. At the conclusion of the Seder service, each male Jew of Morocco places a staff and pack over his shoulder and rushes into the street shouting these words of the Haggadah: "In this manner our forefathers went out of Egypt, their kneading troughs bound up in their clothes upon their sholders." • • More than 2,000 group seders for Jewish personnel in the Amerjcan armed forces at home and abroad were organized during the four war-time Passovers (1942-45) by the National Jewish Weliare Board. T KOSHER FOR New! Su ns weet Cooked Prunes ready to serve PASSOVER MOTTS PUREST QUALITY • FINEST VALUE PRODUCTS 0 6 6 6 6 <3 i AAOTT5 „ OMiU i( y \4auat.. J. • ( MEANS K KOSHER S 7 *} •* w -i ^OTT5 TA'AM GAN EDEN Made from the finest apples in Apple Land • all certified Kosher for Passover by Rabbi J. N. Ralbag Rich, natural Mott's Apple Juice no ugar added I Rich, natural Sunsweet Prune Juice — no sugar i added t



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ihJIiewviislb-IEIliOJciidliigun M iami. Florida, Friday. March 23, 1956 Section C Arm 3,500 YUKt Freed reecom Is Jewry's Horizon By HARRY CUSHING It is now some 3.500 years since a small and enslaved people, who refused to abandon hope, regained their freedom. As through the centuries since that historic liberation, Jews are again celebrating Passover, the Festival of Freedom. Passover has always been intended to sound a clarion call not only to the Jewish people, but to all nations. The Festival of Freedom seeks to teach a moral lesson that a divine power is still supreme over the activities of man. Perhaps the oldest rite of religious ceremonialism, the Passover eve Seder, is inspired in a single Biblical verse: "And thou shalt tell thy son in that day. saying, it is because of that which the Lord did for me when I came forth out of Egypt" (Exodus 13:8). Since the injunction was to relate the great story of the Exodus for all generations, it became the custom in ancient times for the head of the family to tell the story each year to the young and old, who had gathered around the family festive board. The observance of Passover, as described in the Bible and Talmud, has changed a great deal through the ages. In the early days, the festival was primarily a tribal sacrificial celebration. A little less than 2,000 years ago there began to emerge the beginnings of the Seder home service as we know it today. The first Passover was marked primarily by the sacrifice of a lamb and the eating of unleavened bread with bitter herbs. Centuries later, there was introduced the chanting of special hymns of praises. In the Talmudic era there began to emerge the besinnings of the Haggadah. the special liturgy for the Pauovtt eve. It took many centuries more for the traditional Haggadah to assume its present form. The Haggadah. although a tiny anthology of prayers, legends and commentary on the significance of l'.iv-over, is an inspiring narrative of the birth, growth and destiny of the Jewish people. The title of the little volume, "Haggadah," is derived from the word "Hagged" which in Hebrew means "to tell." The word "Haggadah" has the connotation of "telling." In other words, the reading of the Haggadah is meant to serve as the narrative of the Exodus from Egypt. The accompanying feast is to fulfill the Biblical injunction that the Jews of every generation, the descendants of the Continued on P*g 2 C GREETINGS U FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY 403 BISCAYNE BUILDING MIAMI 32. FLORIDA F• •. SEASONS GREETINGS '"If NtWfM ),m c. READY POTATOES *W. 25th AVENUE PHONE NE 5-4437 With Best Wishes For A Happy Holiday Season Collins Glass and Mirror Co. 1008 • 5th STREET MIAMI BEACH Phon IE 1-7897 To All A Most Happy Holiday NOBLE H. PARKER REAL ISTATi 1623 Michigan Avanoa Miami Beh Greetings "WHf TO G£T THE*" Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. • Marina Scaalies • Paint* ana* Varnishes • Fiihinj Tackla a NMtkal Charts • Shipmate A Willis lartlea Ga FREE PARKING ana DELIVERY 139 S. Miami Avenue Phone 82-6654 SEASON'S BEST WISHES George J. Bert man & Associates Realtor 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH



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torch 23, 1956 Umlst) Fhricttar) jew Rises to Presidency of a New England Railroad Page 13 B MBJ-2?' "• I I i'f 1 i i' %r* : n ^p-4 m f ^B i P 1 # England railroad president maintains a tremendous private library. s large collection includes hunalmost everything that the late Supreme Court justice, another Bostonlan. had written — especially his investigations of, and treatises on, railroad management in general and in New England in dreds of legal volumes. Long beparticular, fore Mr. Alpert became interested During World War I, Mr. Alpert in the establishment of Brandeis served in the Navy and was in the Univers ity, he had read and studied F.nsign School at Harvard when the war ended. Besides his active law practice Mr. Alpert has been president of the Conveyancers' Realty Company since 1942. He is a trustee of the Grove Hall Savings Bank and has a number of other business interests. Among the more than a sore of Jewish and secular communal Continued on Pago 15 B i stretch into the distance, as Israel rebuilds economicspiritually. iinued from Page '0 B wntratculmliheartedly fprojatt he undertakes. |r important reason for Xpert's succc-. i> that he in delegate authority. re; "it li utter folly for pre.-ident to do everyirBtlf." He delegates Ijorconcernoi the road's lent to his >taff. time he h;id spent ten |the New Haven railroad 7, Mr.lAipert said he had (hat short period "at least Lrjie'jin the office of PKrtive situation, because % ,eu*ht to get into the leal thing first. He spent ijjrni! out why the locoftuation developed": he t-bmr trying to find |to remedy it." % 1* is an attorney by P. Mr. Alpert has more putine acquaintance with jad byrt" He is very [with in ph ,-i of radish!. Hi' v i: ;inal!y prmrir'"! thi New Haven t U he repBoati n irket TerBJ>I "" the New In this Mr \ pi • i,.,d day•'i i > I %  dulea ifor a quart ol a eenpuburhan N' i rntre, %  e, Mr Alpi %  • pursue* 1 and hobbies. The I it not prel( w Ea$r ban r An acII violinist, i. s often P* 1 ; '' by his !" Twlfe ,. a mem group -ther. f te wmposers are Bto> Fn and Schumann. He has tried his hand at some composing himself and has been highly praised for his efforts in this field A handy man with tools, Mr. Alpert enjoys his wejl fitted basement woodworking ihop. As an enthusiastic amateur photographer he does much in the field of color photography. His basement recrei ation area also includes a fullsize pool table at which he enjoys an occasional game with his sons or friends and neighbors. One of his Boris is Mickey Alpert, the former band leader, now associated with a New York advertising firm. Another k> a psychology student at Stanford University. An avid reader, the leriSing Nlw 1UJL 1 LACK ESAR F0R6E Gourmet Club • ivixrnu.t.AM ft *-* % %  mnnnr JamouA, 3a\ —-w CHARCOAL MOILED. £ STEAKS LAMS CHOPS 1/ 1 CHICKEN /a RESIN IA'10 ^ MUftVtTIONI M0UIRI0 Phone 817-7170 [ CORAL REEF PR.&UJPLUM 90. HAPPY PASSOVE* from KOSHER for PASSOVER "••er taawvMM w Kaku nfc#r „ Sf0rH fc I'hkinicl CMNCJI of OrffeWax *••• W ra*tr Mhmi M, AMI COCA-COLA BOnUNG COMPANY 301 N.W. 29th Street Enjoy this tastier coffee RABBI-APPROVED FOR PASSOVER For Sabbath and weekdays, too! ESCAFE the modern kosher coffee made to satisfy coffee hunger Yes 7 Nescafe Coffee is so much tastier, you'll enjoy It even on those occasions when you omit milk or cream! It's all choice coffee, nothing but coffee —the pick of the crop from the world's finest coffee plantations. No wonder it's a growing favorite! At mealtime, in between times, Nescatt truly satisfies your coffee hunger! Certified Kosher and Parve by Rabbi J. H. Ralbag.



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Page 18 E +Aisfi rhrkfton_ ^PrWay. GLOBAL SHORTS Organizes Study Means to CombaJ Anfi-Semi}^ NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS PARIS (JTA)-Thc imminent closing <>f flic Tnehrcnwnld ramp last remaining camp for Jewisn Dl's ip German} was announced herej by Charles Jordan, acting director general "t the I >int Distributionj Committee. A total of 295 men. women and children left the camp during the monthof January and February, it was disclosed, l-avin? iu-t 640 legal residentthere at this time. In order to assist the re maining residentto emigrate or to become Integrated into, cdmmunl neIII Germany, the Weal German Government has established a fund of three million marks. This sum has been matched hy the JDC tr<>in lunds received from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. BONN (JT.M — The Foreign Office haappointed Dr Heinrich emann, a retired Duaseldorf judge, to head an inve tigatlon of Dr. otto Braeutigan, who has been suspended ahead oi the i European desk in the Foreign Office because of charges dealing with hirole in the extermination of I.atvian Jewry. During the war. Dr. Braeutigan was a tup official in the Reich Ministry for the Occupied ern Territories. Alfred Ko-enherg. notorious Nazi leader who .>later hanged at Muremberg, testified before the International Military Tribunal that Or. Braeutigan was fully familiar with the program to liquidate the Jewin Eastern Europe. ON WE AMERICAN SCENE TORONTO fWNS) Amendment of the anti-discrimination ,i view t" tightening provisions against bias practices by hotel-, iunder consideration hy the Ontario Government and a hill to that el feel ma} be readj t"r submission to the legislature within the next three weeks. The government in recent weekhabeen prodded bj ii ish and other groups to close a loophole in the "Id law under whi< h betelhave been able to make successful legal cl to violation ilia: ,full apreemom now amon< [Jew h a This question was "*" >• maM -media of comnnr lr ex *ni liom But while thoto_la_a broad |hfa conference by h( A ££jjj HAVANA, Cuba JTA The -urn ol $400,001 here bj tdolfo ll Kates, noted Jewish leader and philanthropist i" various Jewish causes at a banquet in honor >>i his Tilth birthdaj bj the Jewish Community Center. Part ol the gift will go t'>r local Jewish organizations and institutions in < uba, while substantial contributions will go for institutions in Israel, awell as tor the Joint Distribution Committee and the I nited HIAS Service. Mr Kates also announced a $600 prize which will be awarded annually for the best article on Jews in the in press LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL JERUSALEM JTA In a dramatic move to -pur the defense Ot 1-rael Prime Minister David Ben C.urion. together with hiArmy Chief "t Staff and top military leaders, set an example in establishing protection lor border settlements threatened by Arab attack. At the same tune, describing the program initiated hy Mr. Hen (iurion. a military -poke-man declared that Israel has come to regard the danger of war ahighl) concrete. HAIFA (JTAi-Four hundred and fifty immigrants from North Africa and 50 from Eastern Europe arrived here on Uie liner Negba. JERUSALEM JTA) Arrangementare being completed for exchange vi itot Parliamentary delegations oi 1-rael and the Soviet in, Knesset Speaker Josel Sprinzak announced in Parliament this Week. TEL AVIV (JTAl \ -mall Creek freighter, the Kunitza. carrying I cement and other building material from Haifa, arrived at the Gull ot Akaba port oi Elath, the tir-t -hip in nine monthto reach the blockaded port The freighter, which passed through the So./ Canal, was detained lor two days at Port Said hy the Egyptians. SEASON'S GRI I I INGS 12lli Av<. Community >larkot WE NEVER CLOSE CORNER 12th AVENUE and 7th STREET. N.W. — MIAMI. FLA. Happy Passover To All CROWN FENCE • niDUSTTJAl • RESIDENTIAL CHAOS UNI WOOD CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOP 4 DIAMOND LAWN W1BX FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 ntvpo-neni en tar^s. there are still maj'Mdifferenceon policy and approach in using radio, television, newspaper and other meanof communication which reach the general :>uhlic. The main difference revolves around the question: Should priority in mass media be given to the attempt to reduce anti Jewish prejudice, or to the problem of eliminating discrimination? If the former, then the approach must presumably be to the hearts and minds of men. as a prerequisite to an improvement in community relations. If the latter. then the emphasis presumably must be primarily oual action, as a direct attack on the crucial Jewish .Labor Comm.ttee.j,. Wl \; n ^ gamzat.on and other c< ntral .!ei."I Religionbodies ia\e ericaa j twish IB Wi tral Jemsft similar]* '"3 pressive reviews of their u-c of Jm to bring to the general public a bettor^ of Jews and Judaism rhere w7 re a ? reports from local community agenciPhiladelphia. San Francisco, St. Louis Pittsburgh. Kansas City, Elizabeth, Nj cities. The conference discussed the charactcrist.es of each of the various and the techniqueand methods of us^ AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR FAMU with Blowout-Proof Steel We have it! 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Page 2D +JeislincrkM&r nd Powell, directors of the Bank. located at 887-Washington ave.. in elude Leo Adeeb, Miami Beach auto dealer; Max Boderman. real estate investor; Seymour B. Liebman, attorney; aitftOQ Sirkin, real estate tawstor; Joaeph M. Rose. Histadruth Ivrith of Greater Miami met at Kneseth Israel Congregation last week to honor the memory of Pincus Puchkoff. who passed away five years ago. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky was guest speaker. Mrs. Bryna Puchkoff presented prizes to the following students for scholarship, citizenship and service: Simchah Assiss, Ehezer Nadler, Chaim Lcuer. Ivriya Pollack, Michael Genet. S. Genet. Nathan Steinhart, Malkah Shapira, Shmuel MerimeUi. Reuven Deblinger. Shlomo Bernstein. David Okalika and Judah Ever, of Hebrew Academy; Miry am Schachter, David Goldlarb, Aron Friedman. Shlomo Ghcksman. Raanana Swirsky. of Beth El Academy; Roberta Daum. Allen Burn. Charles Novogrodsky. Barbara Cypen and Suzan Schwartzman. of Beth David religious school. Miller Qualifies for County Super Xathan Anderson Miller, member of the Dade county school system for the past 11 years, has qualified as a candidate for the office of county superintendent of public instruction. The 42-year-old educator hat Baptist Church, where he has been a Sunday school teacher since 1945. The educator-bu committee on placement of handicapped ; 'or la consultant for Readr.ew dean of bovs at Madison Jun"" %  Dige>t educational service, and he ha* authored several education: r High School, aft. g for years in the same capacity at Little River Junior High School. He also was a •• ;,t Miami Beach Senior High School. A Dade county resident for 11 years. Miller lives with his wife at 6550 X\V 38th ter. Miami Spr He it a member of the Central al articles and has spoken at numerous teachers' conventions throughout the country. Miller i< a co-founder of Little River Youth Center, founder and co-editor of the Dade County Teacher, official publication for county school teachers and past president of Dade's Classroom Teachers Association. bank's first annual report, declared Ben Danbaum. chairman of the board recently. The bank's statement of condition ihswi deposits totalling $6.42.1232 01. while total resources were S7.030.622 80. u of December 31. 1955. Danbaum revtv Furthermore. Danbaum reports, the bank now has 2.405 checking account depositorand 1.3uu %  n Officers of the Bank of Miami) Beach include D Lee Powell, mayor of Miami Beach, president; Executive vice president Orin F Rogers: and Charles M Volk. vice president and cashier. In addition to Danbaum. ROM tl Best Wishes for a Happy Passover I M • Ml | PARAMOUNT BEACH GABLES FLORIDA SHERIDAN CORAL BOULEVARD SHORES CINEMA 01YMPIA NEW REGENT COIOMY To AH My friends and Acquaintances A Most Happy Passover Lin Fong Chinese American Restaurant 7321 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE UN 6-5588 Season's Greetings HOME MILK takes pleasure in announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami thai they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with Kosher Milk for Passover HOME MILK is supervised ami endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH (the only community-wide Vcrad Hakashruth, which is an affiliated agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) Kosher for Passover for Informofion About Kashruth Col/ RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY TEU YOUR DRIVER OR MACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE FR 4-7*96 *J AM I. PL A .MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL FR 4 TOM



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Page 8B vjewitti ncrkHan Benjamin Franklin and His Relation to the Revolution'sJews As the whole world recently celebrated the 250th anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Franklin, the American Jewish Archives disclosed some important facts about his relations with 18th century j Jews. In 1778, Franklin best expressed his friendly attitude by being one f the first to contribute the itdy | sum of five pounds to Philadelphia's historic synagogue of the Revolution. -Mikveh Israel. The congregation was at that time in financial straits, and the name of Benjamin Franklin headed a list of many distinguished non-Jew i-h contributors who expressed the spirit of the new democracy by helping their fellow men. This document is preserved and treasured t" thi> very day by Congregation Mikveh Israel. Franklin's interest in Jews ifirst reflected in the following ob-j servation taken from an article; which he wrote in 1730 for bis newspaper. "The Pennsylvania Gazette." The Jews were acquaint! ed with several ;ui> and sciencesI long before the Romans became a people or the Greeks were known among the nation." Throughout the year-, at editor, publisher, scientist and merchant. Franklin constantly maintained his Jewish associations. His sympathetic account of the death oi Nathan Levy in 1753. with whom, he did business tor fifteen years, IS the first Jewish obituary published in his press it was Levy's ship, the "Myrtilla." which brought the Liberty Bell to I'h.ladelphia. Franklin's duties .. an American 'I'-man kept him abroad lor many years In England, be \. the Jewish scientist. Emanuel Mem a member ol the i ai Society, In order to discuss mutual scientific interests. Dewey D. Stone (right) presents citation to M. Claude Bernheim. representative of Pierre Mendes-France. Citation of Honorary Fellowship in the Weizmann Institute of Science was presented at the 12th annual dinner of the Institute at Waldorf Astora hotel in New York City. hail fought with valor in the siege Oi Charleston and Savannah and later became President of Congre gation Mikveh Israel. A year later Franklin signed a tionist Society, one of the many institutions founded by Franklin. was reorganized. Many of the Jews of Philadelphia who had tome in contact with Franklin, among them. Benjamin Nones, Jonas Phillips. TO ALL peddler's license for Solomon Raphael, thus helping a poor Jew-1 and Solomon Bush, joined this hu ish immigrant to obtain a foothold | manitarian institution dedicated to While in France, from his press "> a free world It was also in that j t hc abolition of slavery, at Pasty, he issued special bills Oi >' a r ,n; '' the Pennsylvania Aboli-i Because he was a skillful lobbyexchange and promissory notes for i ______ the Continental Loan Office in ------------------------------------------------Pennsylvania One of these promjssory notes, for four hundred dollars, dated December 14. 178u. made payable to Haym Salomon, and signed by Francis Hopkinson. a signer of the Declaration ol In. dependence, inaicates tne beginnings of Haym Salomon's activities in behalf of the American Government. In 1786. Franklin was associated in a land transaction with Benja mm Nones of Philadelphia, Nones A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY DENMARK'S ART STONE Stfuctural—Ornamental Modern Mantels — Garage Drills — Garden Sett — Pottery — Stone — Platter 12351 N.W. SEVENTH AVENUE PHONE 84 4529 A VUIY HAPPY PAiSOVtK from THE TALL GIRLS SHOP AINSLEY BtDG. SUITE 203 Phone 82-0297 GREETINGS HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT N.W. 78th St. at 7Hi Avt. The Best of Foodj-with Friendly Service • Air Conditioned • Popular Price* • Ample Parking Look For Thla Symbol on tha Bottle Cap WHY TAKE LESS-WHEN PEPSI'S BEST! ist. Franklin was employed to represent the Indiana Company in London. That organization, created to develop the landwest of the Alcghenies, numbered seven Jews among its twenty-one directors. When the interested parties met at the Crown and Anchor Tavern in London in 1789, Franklin was joined by Barnard Grata, a fellow Philadelphian, in pleading the cause of western land development before English authorities. Barnard (iratz was an outstanding stockholder, and later secretary of the Indiana Company. Franklin manifested a close personal interest in the work of Major David Salisbury Franks, a Philadelphia-born Jew, who fought in many of the major campaigns of the American Revolution. That interest is expressed in the only letter to Major Franks which has survived in Franklin's correspondence The American Jewish Archives ...-. moled these facts about Franklin as part of its unique service in gathering and preserving manuscripts, documents, and letters relating to the history and growth of the Jewish community in America. Frida Y. Marcfe n. A MOST HAW H ** !" DE rUIWTM. jj WM FUN MTK) SHOP 14350 IBCATsHx^J NMTH MIAMI KAC, PHONE tleV3W2 A Happy Passover T At| Friend's oat 1 ••treei KREBS STUDIO OF AND ANTIQUES • 321 N.E. 79tk STEW Phone 84-4126 KM t&jGM'l %  1 rv Jrr ftrdthe's



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*i' f ~ifP'1r"^tr Of TIE SEOER IS I RECURRING EXPERIENCE Page 11C 4 from P9 c lull year, until the next %L vehemence of their Tis evidence of the deep B-felt when a writer drew "considered to be a false H t hal the villain of the liorv is the Ecyptians and IL. Egypt is llu ma,n cne f^el has also been an imL bit of evidence to many r, k5 My own children have Jm 'The Haggadah certainU'lsn't it, dad' Look how Cms h urt lhc Jew8, Just C" There is, then, a topicKe Ule. The Haggadah is Hched, a fairy tale. It is j meaningful to all of us i children feel this, as well Let of us. ien to have relatives in Ejmy own children have j [that in Israel the Haggadah' J in many towns and set\ to include contemporary j For example, the story of [is somctimo mentioned; or, mner in which a kibbutz | io survive under handilid in battle. When the chiliear that the Haggadah is mes a chancing, always dej ^tg story, accepted in that ( .. by the people in Israel,' tact as though today they, j i part and parcel of the en%  prish people. 1-rael to them j j lew distant, less strange, |of a member of the same children who attend a I in an Orthodox home have | certain advantages. At the [the table sits the head of' hold, always clad in full, I robes. He is in no special I to complete the reading of gadah and the reading is with casually told *s and tale<>I the Jewish perhaps in l.uropc. or in |or in America. Each story ously told and it illumi|apart of the Haggadah that been read The children trly brought into the story. I |are >pokcn to directly. They It becomes late, so then Mrch lor the Afikomen bei promised rewards. Soon. er that a tingle Afiko|hile traditional, makes for Soon, in great good humor, I child is permitted to find a [of the MaUoh and his par"Tbt bime .1 reward at the I the holiday. are the bits and pieces of *r that remain with the [The large family around the 'able the reading of ,n • the singing of • the telling of tales 'on and on. 'ho anthropologists are •ben they state that the Seder is a remnant of an older mm ni &f !" A w more primitive traditional S|, "£& ^ *2£?!Z* gathering at which everything ll*to&^^^££ pie. as they have evolved their Sewbe"n t TKLZ? tJvT seelTout der. have made something special its ,ocallcd origins CURIOUS PUZZLE IN TRE HAGGADAH By HAROLD S. KUSHNER I have often been puzzled by the dictum in the Haggadah where we are told that "although we were all wise and learned men and men of understanding, it is nevertheless incumbent upon us all to tell on this night the story of the Exodus from Egypt." What could be the reason for this command, that no matter how often we've heard this bit of Jewish history already, we must still repeat it at every Seder year after year? Isn't it possible that some scholars of our people know the story well enough, and would learn more from discuss"nc something new this year? Yet we find that even a scholar like Rabbi Akiba never tired of this, and stayed up through the flight talk ing about the story of Passover. I think we can learn from this the deeper meaning of Jewish history for the Jew. For the Jew, history was never a mere collection of dry facts and old legends-. History always served him as both a link with the past, and a guide for the future. The Passover story ties us to our Jewish past. We learn that it was Passover that welded the multitude of Jewish slaves into a people, with a common purpose and a common way of life. When Moses, in the book of Deuteronomy, is about to tell the people of Israel how God expects them to live, he bases God's demand for obedience on the I following: "When your son asks you in time to come, What is the meaning of all the laws and tatutes and ordinances which the I-ord our God has commanded? then shall you tell your son. We were slaves to Pharoah in Egypt. |and the LoftJ brought us out of I Egypt..." (Deul. 6:20-21) We became Jews because God redeemed us from the :'.r.:.y of Ejypt. and 1 we have naiilMl JWi because jin every :e> .' ,n. we have reaffirmed tin t> .idi'i^n, and passed j it on to our children, at Passover time This is what the Rabbis mean : w hen they command us that every man must look at the Exodus from Egypt as if he himself had been t/edeemed by God from slavery; for j the Exodus is the reason for his being a Jew and a free man. The Haggadah does not confine itself to the story of the Exodus only, but, like every Jewish book of prayers, its development over the centuries parallels the growth of the Jewish people. The vast library of the Jewish Theological Seminary lists over fifteen hundred editions of the Haggadah, and each one, by what it adds, leaves out, or emphasizes, reflects its own time. The Haggadah with which we today are familiar preserves some Continued on Page ISC ****#.' Large-scale exploitation of Israel's natural resources, including minerals and chemicals mined and processed in the heart of the Negev. 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Ihtel.23.19a fwWnvrSJinr fad Selected U president ^SSwtor ,„ %  ve1 r were Ben Bil nan Samuel J. 1 ja,h M Lipton and n rii'anoff Max Boderirer; Sol tary; and m B. lUchlowitt, recordrtary. 1S s mc i'" f ,n hoar( JOI> tor three terms were [ A iirn Goldberg, Benjamin Kline, Upton. Oscar Mamber, r rvlmutter. I^o RobinRrwog Schatzman. nmemlHT> of the contjreJrtre recognized for their led and distinguished serv| the Temple on behalf of Lpgc fund" effort. CertiL Appreciation were pre[to Max Boderman, B. F. Charles Frutchman, jG. Kline. Joseph M. LipLei Lipton, Dr. Kurt Pei[Robin-on. Joseph M. Rose, — I Harry Sirkin and George J. Talianoff. The meeting, which heard report! on the progress and plans of the Temple, was marked by a I tribute paid to Rabbi Irving Lehr' man on the occasion of his 13th! year as spiritual leader of Temple Emanu El and a surprise farewell i to Mr. and Mrs. Friedland. who' will soon depart on a trip to Eu-1 rope and Israel. Judge Anderson Vies to Keep Post Circull .lil' Robert If. And-r*ofl's campaign for election to the '"fjL'i? l "Pi >v. LeK"/ CoJ.ioj-' 1 ^etf.t.i%  -. • wih tt i hairman of th" "Committee to Keep Judge Anderson." "Jttdgc Anderson will run as active a campaign a. his important circuit judsje duties will permit." Mershon said. "However, Judge Anderson will not take one minute of lime from his judicial duties for the purpose ning," ihe chairman "II was on this basis he agrecH to ask the voters for endorsement." The committee has opened headquarters at 340 SE 1st st.. Miami. •Judge Anderson combines the physical and mental vigor of a man in his forties with the maturity of judgment that only a man with his vast experience can have," said Mershon. "He has not missed a day of work from illness for more than 10 years, and his ability to get quickly to the heart of legal questions is enabling him to help cut down the backlog of cases which had piled up in circuit court before his appointment." Page 5E • amides MOTEL presents World Famous Cantor Samuel Vigoda CHOIR CONDUCTED BY JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN OF TEMPLE EMANU EL PASSOVER Religious Services and Sedurim The Marseilles Hotel is the only air conditioned AMERICAN PLAN Hotel in the Lincoln Road area which observes the strictest dietary laws with a full time Mnshgiach on the premises under the supervision of both Vaad Hakashrvth, Rabbi Tibor H. Storn and Rabbi Jos. Rackovsky, Directors. Only the finest foods served-Speciaf diets as prescribed by physicians On the Ocean Private Beach Poof Entertainment Free Parking TV In Every Room after March 25 Alto Catering Meali to Individual!, Banquet*. Parties and Bar MiUvahi 1741 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE JEfferson 1-5711 I > % bw TROCADERO "-KOSHER RESTAURANT 301 • 23rd STREET, MIAMI BEACH Reserve Now for Passover Seders Pawl Beck and Cantor Eli Samuels Conducting Symphonic Choir of Six Voices KASHRUTH IS ADDED TO THE SKILL OF FINE, WONDERFUL FOOD Dine here nightly and reserve for Passover CALL JE 1-0551 u mm BASKIN un to Chair w Campaign A. Baskin. 1819 Fenli. Coral Gables, has acceptnanship of the Coral a campaign for the Cornwish Appeal. Mla member of the GreatRi Jewish Federation board loft and has been active >y years in local civic, philfcand cultural activities. (named in the Coral Gables a Position of leadership | Weissel. pioneer resident %  w-man. who will serve an of the Special Gifts 1 ln Coral Gables. ^ Mrs. Weissel will be 1 n informal parlor meetj [their home 4620 Granada [ Sunday evening to plan' fetation program in their IR*: A Dinner and an Evening long to be remembered PASSOVER SEDER Full Course Dinner including oil the famous Possover Dehcocies ond complimentary Sacramental Wine PASSOVER SEDER to be conducted by RABBI MARIUS RANSON O CANTOR SHERWIN LIVINI HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL AWy. March 26. at 6:00 p.m. Ro bbi-Ran,on $10.50 Adults $8.50 Children up to 13 (includes wine, tip and taxi Make check payable to "SISTERHOOD" anJ noil to Mr.. Fannie Doctor. 1533 Lcno. Ave Miami Beach Chene JEirerson 1-0110) 4 WIH FOR ^SS0V... tB W NATIONAL rant Delicatessen ** ,IT • DtllCATISSIM 1 ""'• in Koshe/Foods l U ICHU • DINNERS *tittB t. Take 0.. %  IM' M T^ WASWNCTON AVL 1 *** 1 S6M I Seder Services Under the Direction Of CANTOR STRASSBERG EARLY RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED UN 6-8721 for a most enjoyable RESERVE NOW SERVICE CONDUCTED IN MODERN MANNER BY THE MOST EMINENT CANTOR JOSEPH $. LENGYEL Former Center Miami Beach Jewish Center (now Temole Emanuol) is accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern Concert Singer (management S. Hurok Former Wagnerian tenor, Berlin Opera Housi, Recording Artist, Teacher, etc. LIMITED NUMBER OF RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED NOW FOR BOTH NIGHTS Make reservations by mail, in person, or phono Mr. Kellner, JE 8-684T. nautilus HOTEL DINING ROOM 1825 COLLINS AVENUE ..,'



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^JPfW^ffrWraW, jted Jew Rises to Presidency of a New England Railroad Page 5B %  — f ^^ ... | f-^H ; t jr. Moses L. Isaacs, Professor of Chemistry at Stem College Ifor Women, Yeshiva University, explains spectrum analysis i Rath Solomon of Philadelphia. Elayne Morris of Pittsburgh, nd Iolet Shapiro, Milwaukee. Stem College, the first liberal i college for women in the United States under Jewish ausi, was founded in 1954 through an initial grant of $500,000 r Max Stern, prominent communal leaflet and vice chairman [the university's board of trustees. %  universities during the period immediately following World War V He had some strong feelings in the matter because of the growing . is rounding out his first ntb v president of the New J$ew Haven and Hartford Some time ago, A. E. became the first Jew to a major American railroad, he became president of the York Central Railroad. fe Alpert. nationally known his many philanthropic activii it the Jewish community, is a live of Boston and the Sea of Kb immigrant parents who from Poland. He is proud [the fact that he had pulled elf up by his own bootstraps. [product of the Boston public 1 syrtem. he received his law in 1918, magna cum laude, the Boston University Law cL Three years ago, Brandeis twity, which he helped found. awarded him its first honorary LL.D. degree. The many and varied activities of George Alpert indicate that he is a devotee of the rabbinic .dictum that the world is based on three principles, namely education, service and the practice of kindly deeds. As a trustee of Temple Ohabei Shalom, Brookline, one of the leading Reform congregations of the country. Mr. Alpert has firm faith m the heritage of his fathers. He still recalls the devout home of his parents and feels (hat the faith of,his ancestors is the Chart and the compass for the spiritual survival of the Jewish people. As a devotee of education, Mr. Alpert serves on the board of trustees of the Hebrew Teachers College, 'Boston. It is hit profound interest in education which inspired in him ten years ago the need for the establishment of a Jewish-sponsored university. He was concerned about the general overcrowding of the colleges and U Oar Many Jewish Meads M fee Ocean.of tat Htlidays We Sincerely Offer Oer Very feed tVltftes I* J. WIDEN BECKWITH DR. JACK H. BECKWITH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY m ..... F I E H D S H I P HOUSE Sii L NC .? LN ROa M AMI BEACH HM N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI M, __, *NOVlfSlTD. ""COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER U. S. DREDGING CO. FILLS CANALS CHANNELS 2974 N.W. N. RIVER DRIVE JL. Knowles, Pre*. Phone NE 4-0117 SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO MY MANY FRIENDS R. J. SHEPARD CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI BEACH Joseph Clement ef fae ALCAZAR BARBER SHOP ALCAZAR HOTEL Withes All His friends and Pafraas A HAPFY PASSOVER A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER All Oar Frieads sad P*rru JAMES DRUG SHOP II SJ. lad AVENUE -MNM FR 4-1779 A Happy Passover To All Our Friends and Patrons Parham's Restaurant OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 7301 COLLINS AVENUE Mr. and h\rs. Arthur Treister and Family Ixlend feat Wishes far Pniervar fe Ihe [ntire Jewhh Community SEASON'S GREETINGS BARR AND BARR, INC. PLUMBERS I stuhli shed 1926 •1 E. 2nd Street PHONE TU 8 2818 Hialeab A Happy Passover To All Our Friends and Patrons Hayden Cleaners 43 NX 38th STREET Phone PL 71276 Mr. H. J. Hoyden Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 HA 14* ST., HMAM1 17. FU. PHOHI Pi



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H-chSM •JmLsLBcrMton Pag e 9C 1ISH JEWRY LOOKS BACK Oil LONE TRADITION JEFFREY D. PAUL London Htion and repute the y. community is a reli1„ December 1656, less £!££.. %  the right ^ r e sidencr in England %  *published, a house in L 0 f the city of London j-jdapte-l as a synagogue^ EL are In the region of es in the London area densely Jewish I districts of the city there H^ for membership K^doxically. on nearly with the exsome 200,000 are said to observe kashruth (at least in their homes.) The spiritual life of the great majority of the Anglo-Jewish community revolves around the Chief Rabbinate and the United Synagogue, which embraces most of the larger of London's Ashkenazi congregations, and which resulted from the amalgamation of a number of London communities in 1870. It is on the shoulders of the United Synagogue that the greater part of the cost of the maintenance of the Chief Rabbinate falls. It also maintains a large net-work of welfare organizations. The Sephardic Community, the community of Spanish and Portu K. of the year. Til the New Year and the | guese Jews, is small in comparison Atonement. thousands of seats are vacant. This J repeated in the provinj'from a declining number BV to,mo.<.t of them in their and later years, the Jews •in find the call of business presS ing than that of tradiOrthodoxy. Some Liberal -form synagogues, taking He of this fact, hold their services on Sundays. an takes advantage of the [church services published by [ Sunday newspaper to adiBembers of the fact. yet, despite the poor atat the majority of synak others aspects of Jewish |ous practice are still honored i large majority; few are the in which Sabbath candles tbland from which the sons celebrate their Bar Mitzof London's 350.000 Jews, with the Ashkenazi—but closelyknit congregation. It is under the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Haham but its affairs are still regulated by laws, Ascamot, first drawn up in 1663 but since revised. The "Cathedral" synagogue of the Sephardic community is Bevis Marks in the city of London, founded in 1699 and the oldest extant synagogue in this country. Two other important synagogue organizations in L o n d o o,—both Ashkenazi—are the Federation of Synagogues, established in 1187 to serve the then more "foreign" elements of the community, and the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations which is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary. The Federation had as one of its founding aims the reduction of the "number of charity funerals by securing burials at moderate cost." The Union sees itself as the protector and protagonist of strict Orthodoxy 10* I o B'rith youth leader from England, Stanley Yudolph Geft) p-neied on workings of American representative governP by Sen. Richard L. Neuberger of Oregon. During a visit Washington, DC, Yudolph. president of the B'nai B'rith 4 Organization in Great Britain and Ireland, and secondkw student at the University of Leeds, brought Sen. r fa-eternal greetings from his organization. and maintains its own board of education, kashruth committee, etc. There are also many independent synagogues, the majority of them in the provinces. The Reform and Liberal synagogues have been long-established in this country compared with similar groups in other countries. The Reform movement was founded in 1840 by a number of prominent Sephardim who resolved to establish a place of worship which would be "British." rather than "Sephardi" or "Ashkenazi," and where "a revised service may be performed at hours more suited to our habits and in a manner more calculated to inspire feelings of devotion .." In 1910, the Liberal Jewish congregation was founded and has since established synagogues in several London urban districts and the provinces. British law has never discriminated against the Jew's practice of his religion. Indeed, a number of statutes make special provision whereby he will not suffer financial loss or diminution of his citizenship rights. For example, and in contrast to the general requirements of the law, any person of the Jewish religion in business as a purveyor of kosher meat—or as a hairdresser—who closes his business on the Sabbath, may carry on business on a Sunday. A Jewish employer of factory or workshop labor who closes on the i Sabbath until sunset may employ j women or young persons from sunset until 9 p.m. on Saturday: or if he closes for the whole of the Saturday, may employ women or young persons for an extra hour on other days of the week. In a court of law, a Jew may take the oath on the Pentateuch and has the privilege of covering his head while doing so; arrangements are made to excuse Jews from attending courts on the Sabbath. In common with other dissenters from the predominant faith, Jewish children may be withdrawn from schoolrooms during periods of religious instruction or collective prayer. Many in the community ascribe the falling off in religious observance to the lack of sufficiently {trained and personable spiritual leaders. Congregations within the United Synagogue and the Sephardic community maintain Jews' College for the purpose of training young men for the clergy, but the demand for rabbis and ministers today far exceeds the supply. A commission set up nearly three years ago to inquire into the reason for paucity of ministerial candidates reported three major findings: there did not appear to be, either among parents or their sons, any sense of a call to service for Judaism; secondly, as the average member of the community grew in affluence, ""his ambitions for his sons took a higher flight"; and. thirdly, the status of the ministry itself was such that spiritual Continued on P9 MC TO All ... 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March 2U956. +Jeist>ncr*fiar7 U-J^nCTIT.OU. ^TO SEAT <-"VE I ,1 I;,!,' ,• 1311 N. [ rltb the Igfc^'t '' f Page 15 E rC U ^ DADE COUNTY, t F N P R B0BA? E No. 37434 B I Hav. ll( ..,. % %  ,, are hereby l( | ssenl any filed! my final upon n MI | petition f->r Final Dtsnharce ;i* Admlnlstrati ih. estate "f JAKE KKI.T. and thai mi tinI7li d;i \ of \|.rll, tJKW will 4>l'l> I" tinH"iK.i.if JAKE KKI.T. •!••<< ased, This 2nd da> of March 19 K/ Ht'ItEEVA KKI.T HTEVEXS MARX FAIIKII At tome; f"i Administratrix I I 18-23-30 which ><'"• or alnst the. lb* • %  thin sight "saih.fr'ni he *i* f ,h fil? f Said clam;.' au o '';", lurfatnl-" I b* ••."•"•.'' wan 1 : -aid, or ,. AH RRRIS'IVSI '' I. ; | r Estate CE UNDER FICTITIOUS r IH'ITIX al %  %  N W! Ht 1 I t ,: M Owners IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADC COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187959 OCIE BRI K'K. Plaintiff, TKVIS BUX>N BROCK, In f.n.lant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO. TEVia KM>HN HUUCK Itlmore Hotel '.HI Los Angeles Rtreel i.ii. Angeles, California Yi.K ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to s,-i vi i iopy of your answer to the i 'orn|il:ini for Divorce filed herein on Plaintiff* attorneys, COCRHHON ., estate of in, IN BDOAR BUTLER in" i lor Ida, in the Hon. W. IBLANTON fi \: U "U Jud "••"!• %  Ity. and ;!*,, ''••,.-"'"•; In i"office In the ..;''',"." "V" -" '" "•' 'County, tort**, within eight calendai month. f.i.in the date of the flral publication < BaM lalma or demand* to oontaln the legal addreae ..r ih laim%  mi and to be sworn to and presented ild. "i same srlll be barred Date March l".. AH it&e EUNICE BELLE BUTLER. AH Executrix of the i.asi will and Teatami m :,i ,i i 'odicil of OUN BDOAR BUTLER, ROTHENBERO I BCRRIg "" mix I 21-30 — 4/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6 NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlna to engaae in business under the ftTtltlous nun,, of OATOR OREETINQH, al 1(11 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register the aald name with the f'lerk of Ih,Circuit I'IHIII nf Dade County, Florida Dated ut Miu ml Beach, Florida, this 12th daj Of Man h. BOB 8TONB A Bl Mil I-I TI.I:F:. for Applli an) Un li > Bldg., Miami, Florida 3/23-30 l/l LECAL NOTICI NOfldE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that I the Undersigned, dt-NlriiiK to entcaife in business under the fl.tltlmix name of %  \ B REN DA CREATIONS, at HO N. w. Mth Street, Intends to reglstei name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ._._, I.i >IIS ZAKARIN 3/9-16-ZI-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CflTBN thai the undersigned, desiring to snaaga in in.I.ithe flcUtiOUS n.ime of C(RAL WAY PRODITCTS, .it P n ||<'X 102, Coral able* 14, Fu Intend t" register said name with the Clerk "f the Cln-uit Court of Had,. Countv, Florida, PHILIP CANTOR, Owner 10 1/6-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVBN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious nami ol TI: \|. i:\vi\ i is i: \u .,• N B 2nd Avenue, intend to register said name with the I'lerk of the Circuit ol I >ade Count) l lorlds ERNEST i REXZI PATSY AM iv KESBLER A OARS Attorney H foi Applicants l .'-: West llaKhi St. 1-30 — 1/6-13 LcE BY PUBLICATION CmCUIT COURT OF THE L-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF f IN AND FOR DADE HN CHANCERY NO. 188177. I WK I"' In the of Cornfiled [ fesai d b] I mix the I E M i.i. \ %  IIIJRMAN. %  lA.N n HUM 'I ER, I'. | IKI'MAN I W % % % %  .. %  Florldn Ii t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, di %  nder the fid it lou TILRAY CLBAXB1 I W. th -li mi. Floi Ida, Intend with the i'Ii the i 'Irvull Court ol %  intj i i da. MAY GREEXSTETN M W R, sll.\ l 6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N' TIi: is i r thai the mid. %  • >l \id-;s T V & VPPLIINCK SI rlda, In., the Circuit Court "f Dade i I o 1 llt \ Hoi Ida I'.' IE REESE '. i: A MANNHEIMER Attornej s (or Mom 11 i I-II "COUNTY JUDGES' COURT FOR OADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE No. 36924-B ISTATK iK [.• Kl'.M \N I 'ei ..ixed •TICE TO CREDITORS | < and All Persons Wm i li Against *iih nf v ire hereby required • %  i> mi any %  1 lajtiandi li. li you, or talnst the HARRV S MIKKMAN, di I.. I ida. IRion.li> Jn .. • of Dade In Ih elr of I te 0 .: uniiin eight I ite of the la lmn: ol n to ..i same I 16 of IFTI^IH AI I T TK s WlERM VN' • be iti I.I -i Will >l MtltV S IBERMAN lieeea e %  ol Dad* County, k^s,^ 1 %  • %  '•r. \ i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36133-B In !<• BBT \ ': l WAI.l \'T HlnOS I -' .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH i 'r sditoi %  nd \' Pi r ons II iv! li of you .i %  % %  I %  I %  and m i, or either of i the %  of w.\ 1,1. \' i. M I' ; %  : ed la le of i '.i iila, to the Hon i 'ad. I I lade Com '. Floi i pubd. i In the |i %  -s of 1 i, I.; I if the Prol I Mte Man i. • A.D IR, ALBER r HI'TCHIXSI 'N As I Of the I 1 I 'if W > I Hi<;ns. I KOVXER A MANNHEIMER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 4^n Klin ..In Road NAME LAW Mi,,,, i Read Floi NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Attorneys foi i.\>.uior the undersigned, desiring to enga .,, 4 I under the fictitious name "f G ENERAL AMERICAN TRADING NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS CO. (N'lT INC.), at l10 NW TCi NAME LAW Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai i I nan.with the Clerk of the underslmied. desiring to ewtaee in the Circuit Court of Dade County, business undei th.fi, tin, ,unsme of Floi KnVNKi: X MANNHEIMER Attorney foi General American Ti adlng Co i Not Inc ), 3/23-30 — 4/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name of HERB'S NEWS CENTER, at ill s B l-t Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the I'II. ill Court Of Dade County. Florida. HYMAN WOLFSON AM'A w i 'i.i ,s. IN, Ownem LE< >N VRD KALIS 1 1 Attot ney for Applicants inn] DuPonl Bldg. i 8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai inderslgned, d< sa undei the fi< lltlous nun DADB KM NDROM VT, al 58 15 s.W. Mil Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to %  i name uuii the Clerk ol the i 'n cult Court of Dade Co int). BENJAMIN ISSENBERG K.isi: IKSENBERG, Sole Owners LEON KAPLAN Attornej foi Appll ants Heybold Kiiihling 10 — 4/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 188278 LUCIA HAN8EN, Mamtlff, vs FRANK HANSEN, Defendant. in. FRANK HANSEN Realdence I'nkoiiwn 7ou at.required to serve %  copy of your in an i to the Bill of Com] for I Hvorce on the plainl and to file the original anawer In the ..I the i 'i. rk of the i com i on or before the 23rd day of A !>. 195C; otherwise, the Bill ol i 'ompla Inl for Divorce, hi filed herein, will i"taken as i on' In you. Dated al Miami, Florida, this the 15th daj of March, I i: l: LEATHERMXN, Clerk of the I irt, 111 %  Ida. B i.. w %  irl Seal) D put) of Iffs Bolii MILTON A. KRIEDM VX Miami, Fla. ___ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH 1 GIVEN r name of JEWEL U .... al i i 111 •I.. Ch i of the i JEW KL Bt'ILDERS C IRP n ||oi Id %  Co H \I:I:Y ,i FARBMAN Vpllca nt '. • %  l i i Street, CAROO UNLOADING CO at 309 Professional ITldR. Miami. HITI.I.I. Intends to resrlater sni.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Ceorl "f Dade County, Horlda SID TAIBBR. "> MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Heybold Bldg. •'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BED HORSE T VVERN, al 133 S | ."•7th Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends t.. register said name with the Clerk of the C|i, nit Cuit of I'ade County, U I.II.K.AN DeCASTK" KESRLEB GARS Attoi ne. s foi Applicant ITSw Flag!)' Street ::,%  :, —t/6 rS ER 'A F W T T 0U8 sjMSEF arvro ,h, engage in F-'iTi-n, im, of l^oi!' NK Is, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that the undersigned di I if l< • ngage In tnder the flotl %  r>" ol SPEEDWAY BAR, al 340 N.W. rtn i. Miami. Floi Ida, Inti mis' I" reg%  aid rfcme with the < Slerk "f the Ml cuit of Dade County, Kim nla SHIRLEY LOREY WIN1" N, Ownei KE8SLER GARS Attm n.\ s for Applicant 1712 w. Flagler Street : i, lti-2330 — 4/<_ NOTICE TO DEFEND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE RLIYENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FioRiBA. M AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANU.ZT; NO. 187070 L GRAZIA M. McDOWELL. Plaintiff. WILLIAM K M.'D'lWKLU Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM K. M. I'f'WKI.L c/o Castle Springs Hotel castle Hot Springe. Arlgona TOU. WILLIAM K. McDoy.KLT* are hereby notified that a Bill or Complaint for Divorce has been niea against you, and you aie reyulre


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Page 8D +Jei$irk*JkSbrL FP&L Raising Sights on Expansion Outlook to Tune of $25 Million An indication (hat EutgTOWing Florida is expected to grow even faster, was revealed by McGregor Smith, board chairman of Florida Power & Light Company, by the announcement that the utility is racing its sights on its expansion outlook to the tune of S25 million. At the beginning of 1952. it announced a S332 million, 10-year expansion program. It was hailed as Ihe largest ever undertaken by a Florida corporation but was viewed by some M I • —ibly over optimistic. The fall of 1954. it became apparent that its rate of spending would have to be increased and the program was upped $410 million. Thi> week another S25 million boot was announced for the remaining six years of the program, bringing it to a total ef S435 mil1: D, up S100 million from the original estimates. When the program was announced, the company was adding new customers to its lineat the rate bout 550 a week. Last year i!. pace was almost twica as fast new customers were added at the .it nearly 900 a week. "We have to estimate and plan for Florida's growth years in advance," Smith said "II tak< throe years to design and gel delivery ( r. 'he equipment tor I major power plant ami the site must be darned and equipment ordered tl %  far in advance.'' For thee reasons th>' company skilled research that i constantly makini: exhaust. • popula'; • v'h studies Originally the 10-year prmram called for virtually doubling the pany's generating capability. Latest estimates are that it will be irre than tripled — boosted from 503.000 to 1.892.000 kUowatta in the 10-year period. I.p-off that the company is confident of the outlook for more rapid growth, came earlier this week when the board of directors trr >unced a record-breaking 43':>n ion construction budget for 1956. Back in 1952. when the original i %  ate was made, the company's construction outlay was running an und S20 to S25 million a year. The outlook now ithat its conlion spending for the last five of the program will average e than $80 million annually. This stepped up pace is requiring pany to finance additional 'securities, and it has been going to the investment market about twice a year. Since 19+1. Smith has marketed more than $200 milj lion of security issues for FP&L. He and his associates have carried the Florida story to investI ment bankers, security dealers and 'institutional investors in Philadelphia. New York. Hartford and Boston on many occasions. He recalls that his first efforts in this respect were not received with a great deal of enthusiasm. 'Florida's economy was considered 'by many to have a doubtful outlook. "The head of one large Eastern banking institution, who I later learned had never visited Florida. told me that they did not have a dime invested in Florida, and it sounded like he intended to keep it that way." Smith said. "However, today the outlook has chanced." he added. investors are learning that Florida'i economy is sound and expanding, that there's more to Florida than meets the eye of the visitor They are no longer surprised at the rapid increase in our manufacturing rolls, the abundance of our natural irese, and important growth in agricultural income The banker previously referred to inow one of Florida Power & Light Company's large investors land he is a regular visitor and enthusiastic booster "They are finding, too. that Florinvestment climate is just as warm and inviting as its natural climate, that Florida welcomes investment capital, that its friendly rnment encourages private enterprise." Smith said. FP&L will go to the investment market in April to market a $15 i million bond issue to aid its 1956 construction over the next few months — expects to have to go back again for more millions in the fall. -j^toy.Mard,. HAPPY PASSOVER E. B. LEATHERMAN DADE COUNTY COURT HOUSE BERNARD SEGAL Bernard Segal Back in Miami Bernard Segal, former Jewish communal worker and special agent of the New York Life Insurance Company in Miami, returned to Miami after trying Los Angeles for six months. "The smog was terrible." said Segal, who has resumed his insurance business in the new Colonial bldg.. at 1001 SW 1st st. "I wouldn't undersell I/is Angeles as ja great metropolitan community with tremendous economic opportunities and highly developed cultural and social activities, but after living in Miami for six years and extensive traveling throughout the United States, the family and I realized there is no place in the whole country like South Florida. "We had 'sand in our shoes' and Miami was 'home' as no other place 'can be." The Segals, and sons. Hillel and Judah, now reside at 180 SW 12th ave. AMERICA'S HEADQUARTERS] FOR FOOD SERVICE EQUIP! Supplies, Furnishings, Equij f o r HOTELS. RESTAURANTS, CLUBS, RESORTS SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS. 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Page 16 B i^i^nrridijr Cabb^Shows Great Historic Happenings in Some Mathematical Deduc ions *• % %  *• %  %  -— %  ... .... ...in „i„„ I-,., onrf the word of the 1 Continued from Page 6 B all over the world. Current political and economic systems will topple. Russia, as the Gog of Ezekiel 38-39, will emerge for a while as the dominant military world power overshadowing the world and enslaving the Bible-loving peoples. All this will open up the road for the true Messiah ben David who. like Moses of old, will do the will of the Creator. His acts will be accompanied by cosmic disturbances which will discomfit the 'enemies of Israel. Following the defeat of these enemies in Israel, this Jewish I leader will be accepted by all the peoples in the world who will llM iccepl the Torah faith of IfoMt. He will establish a regime of social justice with Jerusalem as the world capital-a city which will set an example for the entire j world. Conflicts between nations will never again be solved by wars, but by His decision and judgment. For out of Zion shall go forth law, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem." "But it is a time of trouble for Jacob, and out of it he shall be helped." It will be like the coming of Israel out of the land of Egypt— but this time it will be on a worldwide scale. And so, to sum up the Messianic calculation. ln he u !" d will come 272^ the end of he snrth >( J namely. n 5728 or \L\ minutes before U £* the length of the i on Second Temple Was 3828. And all this shall cooj "for God is not a ST should lie. nor the soT that He should repent" Are we ready? COLGATE-PALMOLIVE PRODUCTS FOR PASSOVER ->kOStttft PfflMt fl A Certified Kosher for Passover by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Cengreaatiem of I BE A STAR HOUSEWIFE Everything you need for PASSOVER CLEANING FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula Fab contain* More Active Dirt Remover than any other leading product, plus—net one, but two —of the moit effective whitening ingredient* ever discovered! Yet Fab it actually milder to hand* than leading Rooting soaps. Got several boxes for Passover. Z^AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pot., pans, bathrooms up to twice at easy, twice as fast thank* to -FOAMING ACTION" I. Root, dirt and gr.oTenght down the drainl Buy two can* fer Passover-one for the kitchen, and one for the bathroom! FOR MIAT AND VEL DAIRY WSHU ft* L %  -SSSSSOOaisa



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Page 12 E +Jewis*I*rkltori Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Wor% !l idQ y. March 23, Services ... Greater Miami Hou t Worship Monday evening wl n the j vP for the Hebrew Year 5716. Services will continui Tuesdaj and Wedn-day. with se, lonm h, .1... I. observance on .Monday evening, when the Haggaddah-the story ... the Exodus fromi Egypt the bead of the family aj thetable in millions ol Jewish home^lhroughout the world and with the voung* asking the traditional Four Questions. ISRAELITE CENTER will Hold l riday evening services p.m. Saturdaj morning services at 6 '30 renders (ho musical portions M Ices are in Yeshiva HtilatlO am "Shabbat Hagodol." or the Great .ho liturgj Oneg Shabbal followPassover will Z*^* !" Sabbath, which is the Saturday proIn* will be in I,,:,,ol IT Morris mencina hs<, %  cesl on day e Kleiman. Saturday morning servning at 6:80. ruesdaj m r n ^ will be H:30 a.m services will inolune tne ceding the first days of Passover, will be observed commencing at tees are at 9. Sermon Morton Malavsky will based on the Weekly Portion ,,„ sermon i; Greatness ofUtUt ate and preach on the topic: lor services are in the chapel at rhings -The Great Sabbath." Cantor Sam"i >m Traditional sen-ices for Salkow renders the musical the first born are scheduled Mon ,,i the liturgj Passover day morning at 7:30 Passover* be ushered in Monda) < venii ions ces bi in Monday evening at i 30 p m. Tuesday morning, al 1 a.m Rabbi Malavskj will discuss: "Passing Another Passover." Evening services are at 6:30 "Fes tival ol Freedom" will be the sub jeel of the Wednesday morning sermon. i • TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Friday evening sen lc 8 15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will of ite. The late Harry Boyell will be memorialized with a perform ance ol Ernest Block's "Sacred ice" directed bj Cantor Jacob Bornstein and the choir. Guest director will he University ol Miami rnuMc school Prof. Joel Belov Saturday morning services aiv at II. Mark, son ol i>r and Mrs William Wickman, will become B vah. Passover commences Mondaj M ith sen ices at >> p m followed by the congregational si der at 0 30 p m Tuesdaj mornrvices n al 11. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Fl it 8:30. Rabbi \i> raham Herson's Shabbat Hagodol sermon will be "The Great I i r Humi i 5a at ion I ai tor M Glantz renders the mu ol the 111ur-i> Mr an I Mrs. Al Roth and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Saul will be hosts at Oneg morning servat 9. Subject Of the sermon i-: "The Exodus from Egypt and the Modern Egyptian Menace." i V.T observance commences with services Monday evening at 6:45. Tuesday mommy services : B, B>bbj Hccaon's Pass rmon will be: •Cardinal Prinol Human Freedom'' Ser-j mon on the second day of Passis World Order and the Order of Passover. • • TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8.30 Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offiBSSisted by the Temple choir. and discuss: "Approaching the Passover." Saturday morning services are at 9. with Sabbath school at 9:30 a.m. Fast of the first born is scheduled for Monday morning at 7. Passover observance will be Ushered in a' services Monday evening, 6:15 Tuesday mommy services are at 9. when th< CANDltUGHTING riff! Nisan 11 — 6:16 p.m. 4* 6 Tuesday morning services are at 9, with Rabbi Rosenberg preaching on the topic "Enslavement Wiihm Freedom." Tuesday evening services are at 8 Services for the second daj i Passover also commence at 9, with the sermon: ih" Modern Four Sons" i\ei r\ ues. concluding the first two i ver, are at t> • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hoi I S il irdaj mot ning sen % %  '. :;o. Rabbi Tibor stern will i i nd preach on the "Al the Brink ol Passoi er cantor Maurice Mamches renders the musical portions of the litui Murray, son ol Mr and Mn Jack n, will become Bar Mitzvah Al S p m Rabbi stem will deliver his Shabbat Hagodol sermon: "Hal achic Aspects ot the Pascal Offering." Mincha and Shalos Seudos follow, with Rev. Morris MOSCOuit/ .is host Passover wTll be iish ered in Mondaj evening with servs, nn's schedule: "A of Gardens." Cantor Louis Gartenhaus renders the musii il portions ol the litui • Eve i ces both daj ol Passover :JO. • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate Guesl speaker will be Mortimer May. president of the, Zionist Organization of America. Mr end MrIrving Hirsch will be hosts at Oneg Shabbat in honor of their son. Henry David, who be-, comes Rar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9. Name-, giving ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Baum is scheduled. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun renders the musical portions of the Uturgy. Passover will be observed at a community seder Monday evening at 6:30. • • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. with Rabbi Dane Lerer officiating and preaching on the topic: "Preparations for Passover" Saturday morning services are at 9 Sermon will be: "Shabbat to!" Passover eve service* are Monday evening at 6. followed bj %  congregational seder Serv(i for the firs' an d second days of PaasOVCT will be at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ... MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Fridav MIAMI S Y NAG OGUEj E LINCOLN 0AQ GREATER A B O V NORTH SHORI JHWlS* CENTER .120 Mayer Abramowlta. Cantor Edward i; %  %  "• r o, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM -4144 Chime ave. Liberal n.im rant >i Samuel I• %  • '•'"'''' Lwn TEMPLE EMANU.SL—I7"l Waphlnaton av. C, Lehrman. Cantor PBUlp Brummer. "sun, rumj • ELOW LINCOLN ROAD JACOB CONGREGATION-.:<. 1-311 v\ ., BETH lUbM TU> v 'On .s'l.ni Cantor Maurice Mamch BETH TFILAH CONGREGATIONK35 Kuclld .,: % %  OrtaoAM HEBREW ACADEMY-fUX 6th *t. Olthodoi Rabbi A!*x-„t KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION —111, I ,,, w Jonah K 'MI.IH I Bator AlTalmni Bait urln *lw. TORAH TEMPLE—12.4 West ave. American J lalsra. Itabbli ih mid LnvM Shapiro. Cantor Yetind;i!i Hellbraa*. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE-:> I S..uth AaSMal Fl. l^audrrdale. Reform. Kabbl Marlua Rai HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINOS JEWISH CENTER ,; Beat lib r aarvallv*. lUbbi Boris Barkovaky. NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL— 137 NF 19th t. Reform. Rabbi .l"cph Xirotj Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Kmerltua. Cantor Jacob Bornstahv TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIOE CENTER — 450 N-rth Ml,ij Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Herm.n. Cantol Albeit 0. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION^-1--• o \U Jtl FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER— I Conservative. Rabbi l.<<> Helm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER-13630 Wet* I K.ibbl Henry (ikoli.-a. Cantor Maurloa Nl NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION — lt.li;. kl .1 SB lltkj Coaaervatlva. Kabbl Isaac Lerer. SOUTHWEST ANSME EN*Fi CONGREGATION — 2313 Cnral 11 BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUEMJS S\V .i\ • Ortboaw ices at 6:30 Tuesday morning evening services at 6 15. Saturday lervid are at 8:30. with the sermorning sen urs are at fl:30. mon scheduled ;is; -Mow ( :in We Rabbi Simon April will preach on Get Rid of that Egypt Problem?" 'he topic: "The Great Sabbath" Yaaknv Roaenbetv. Cantor Wffllam W. BETH EL CONGREGATION — MM SW !Tth V Bhmaryabu T. Rwlraky. Cantor lyui.Gartei ISRAELITE CENTER -"n ,,. r V| will conduct a communal seder Wedi morninfl. er ices arc 9, with Rabbi Waxman dist A Lesson from the II. dah." • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evenir, servires at 8:15. Rabin Henry Okolica mon will be based on the *| Portion. Karsten Jay, son and Mrs. Theodore Struhl I come Bar Mitzvah. Paswajf commence with services evening at 6:30. Tuesday i nesday morning services^ with evening serviceall 6:30. Rabbi Lchrman i.l sermons on both days ol r will preach on the topic "How to ( .1, (irate Passover Cantor Man rice Neu renders the musical portions of the liturgv. Traditional services for the lirst horn are scheduled Monday morninu at 7:30. At 9 a.m unleavened bread ritual M( lnd^ will be held. Passover will be ushered in Monday evening at 7:30. with a community seder following. Tuesday morning services are at 9. with Mincha at 7 p.m. Services for the second dav of Passover are also scheduled for 9 a.m with the observance of the lirst two days of the festival concluding at 5:30 p.m. • • • FLAGLER-GRANADA of the COMMUNITY CENTER* ^ !" S::TH ,SRAEL CONGRE on Biscayne Bay. First liturgy. Passover commences with Friday evening services %  ON wil hold Fridav evening Passover wdet follows Services services Mondav evening at 6:15. 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi "JJ I 5:45 Saturday mornTuesday and Wednesday mornings Congregational seder follows at officiating In honor %  %  Rabbi Will be at 9. Second seder is Tues6:45. Tuesdav morning Passover en's Group. Mrs. Natnan" at 7:15. Rabhi Abraservices will be at 10:45. |Of National CoOBO ham M. tassel will officiate. • Women, will discUSK acTU HEBREW ACADEMY will hold. Womn-H %  SlaW= r.!, TH ISRAEL CONGREGAFriday evening services at 620.' mun.ty. Oneg Sh TION will hold Friday evening Saturday morning services are at l a £ rday !" Z 1^* -rv.ee... .; 15 Saturday morn-,P. Minrha will be at 6 p.m. Fast, 8 :30 -.. w,,h 1 *%J£T1 evening a. 6 15 Tuesday ft 5?^"' ^ ^ h Kabhi f ,h fir ^ ^^ "" ** ohserved serv Ices 1 M are Jonah (apian will preach on the day i topic: The Miracle ol Jewish Bur OT Abraham Self nn ders the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha follows the Rabin s elaai al 545 p.m. Passover will be Mitzvah of Mictael Oijj be at 6 p.m. pas Mr. and Mrs. Shalos Seudos folio" will bo ushered in Mo" 0 *? yind ;f£S at 6. • 830 am. service w'l "rh re sTh." ,h ? ?* on: | Mond y mornin at 7:3 P*>ver include the sermon: "The JeZ h Bible im L ,, a. 9^" '" comm ""** with services Monday Approach to Freedom On Wed h M I I 5 .??' fo,,owed evpnin < 6 >3Services Tuesday nesdav morning iSbbicJnan" "^ Sha S Seud S and Wednesday morning will be w.ll discuss "The Beg nnng of MTT' C ,mmences wi,h ^^ 8:45. with evening services at Slaverv Evening services fo ?thi R *?£** 8:3 Kabbi 8 15 n Tuesday. Rabbi Morris find two dav' d" Pa sovcTare w", V" ftS Pharaoh K,pin W1 *** 'Pe-ssover-A are at Speaks to Israel" during services Child (entered Holiday." Rabbi Tuesday morning Wednesday J Alexander Gross will preach on morning at 9. the sermon will be: the second day. His topic is: "Rehold Friday evening ser^caTat B'I arV. %  S*' Evemng serv,c s j ^Ponsibilities in Freedom." BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will Saturday morning services are at I ... hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky I AGUDATH ANSHE E M E S CONGREGA 8:30. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will will officiate and preach his ShabINSTITUTE preach on the topic: 'The Great bat Hagodol sermon on"Chonine Sabbath." Cantor William Lipson^metz of the Heart." Junior servmJLi !"!" 0 *" l 83 Saturday ing services are at 9. Mincha will, Abramowitz win ng services are .18:30. Rabbi.be at 5:30. followed by Shalos! Cowtlmied • ISRAEL HEBREW TION will hold Friday evening will hold Friday eveservices at 5:45. Saturday morn-' services at ~t 6:?" are ing services are will preach on both <£ preting the meanJJ^ J festival of ^\JJT will assist with the nw* HORTH SHO JJJ*. T will ^ ld l5 F r fr "^ ttll



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Page 2 C +Jewisi>fk>ricJiM Frid !IL***J ] 3,500 YEARS 000 OSRftELITES SOOEHT TIER FOffi J. J. 420 Lincoln Road WISH ALL THEIR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVtR GREETINGS Coral i %HM\ i ism IUI s D. DIEFENBACH NORTH MIAMI BEACH Continued from Poo* 1 C Israelites who left Egypt, are to always remember Ihp B*9*M from the House "I Mondagc. Although the original idea* of the Passover celebration are still observed U> every part of the world wbert JMM live, many changes in i form and practice have taken l place Varied CUttOflU, exotic observances and fascinating practices have developed in different coun.tn.'v The Sephardic Jews, the descendants of the exiles from Spain after the Inqm-ition, are among the most aristocratic in their manner. Their Sedorim are truly in patrician sty*. At the Seder they dress in their finest garments Even the lAphikomen is wrapped, not in a simple napkin, but hidden in a gorgeous mantilla. Sephardic .lews begin their preparations for Passover four week* before the festival. In fact.' the day after Purim they begin to hake their matiot. One of the delicacies among the Sephardic Jews is a special kind of matzoh which contains oil and wine. These are served to guests who visit during the several days of the holiday. It is also a common custom amonu the Sephardic Jews for several families to join together for the Seder service. A highlight of these Seder services is a presentation dramatizing the Exodus from Egypt. While members ol the celebrating families are gathered around the festive table, one of their number leaves the room. He returns in a short while carrying a sack over his shoulder and a wanderer's staff in his hand. He begins to narrate the story of RBB4> over, following a series of questions posed before him by those at the table. After the completion of the dramatic narrative, he joins the celebrants and. together, the Haggadah is recited In different countries, there are I variations in the manner of recst1 ing the Haggadah. Thus, among the Jews of Yemen, for example, I there is a variation in the procedure of asking the Four Questions. The child takes hold of the bone from the Passover Plate in one hand and in the other he holds an egg. As he completes the text of each question, he gives the answer himself. In Yemen it is also customary to recite the Haggadah both in Hebrew and Arabic. This is done so that those people, especially the womenfolk, who do not understand Hebrew, will be able to follow the reading. The idea of translating the contents of the Haggadah is not un; usual to the mind of the modern Jews. Most editions of the Hag, gadah in England and the United i States have the English translation alongside the Hebrew text. According to Rashi. the famed medieval Jewish Biblical and Talmudic comA Passover Seder plate, wrought 150 years ago by a j nese silversmith, is the latest acquisition of the Jewish ] on the Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union Colleq Institute of Religion. In the center is the figure of Mosesi deliverance of the Children of Israel from bondage h| is celebrated during the Passover observance. On 1 is a special container for the cup of wine for the Elijah. Moses is surrounded by other silver human] carrying vessels containing symbolic dishes eaten the Seder meal. This rare and elaborate silver plcteiit 10,000 ritual and art objects and oil paintinqs housed I Jewish Museum at the worlds oldest Jewish seminary. GREETINGS DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO. 4700 N.W. 36th Avenue Since 1918 TO ALL GREETINGS U.S. ROYAL TIRES AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL DADE TIRE CO.. Inc. 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone FR 3-8445 G K t [ i i N G s HART ELECTRIC IllCTt4CAl lMSTAUATIOIIS-fmida.ti.1 m.,^ UmmnM ISO N.L 13th STKIT fwmi „ MJ|| mentator. it was once customary in France to narrate the story of the Exodus, in French, so that the womenfolk will be able to follow the story. In some Oriental countries it is customary to decorate the room in which the Seder is held, with flowers and fragrant grass. This is a carryover from the custom that prevails in those lands to have floral decorations on the Sabbath. In some places it is customary for the several members of the family to sit at the table according to their ages. At the head of the table sits the oldest and the womenfolk are seated at the foot of the table. The Jews of Morroco hurry through their Seder service. They fulfill the admonition of the Torah, "and thus shall ye eat it: with your loins girded, your shoes on your feet, and your staff in your hand; and ye shall eat it in haste— it is the Lord's passover." (Exodus 12:11). In many otOier places, the head of the house grabs a staff as soon as the recital of the Haggadah begins. He also takes hold i 1 pared package, including i matzot. which he losses shoulder He then bejinsl back and forth across tar] A child approaches him question: 'where do from '"' "From Egypt." il response. 'AIM) where journeying to?" "To the I of Jerusalem," responds man. After this little perfd all seat themselves at the I | the Seder begins. While millions of Jewsi Jthe world generally foils* i lar pattern in the obsenai I Seder, there is one small] which has not exp (change in its celebration 1 over since ancient times maritans carry on in the 'rituals as observes by the Israelites rather in changing traditions that Je ; known for centuries. At the foot of Mount 'near Nabhis. the moderni IShechem. their live*, today I Continued on Pr> '*' -—- WORLD'S FINEST HIBISCUS NEW I SFfCTACMA* VARIETIES Many Exclusive I.' RAREST and NEWEST IX0RA HYBRID. 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Marcb 23^1956 *Jewist>rk>ridUag7 Page 3 E is chairman of the concert. Can-.participate tors Abraham Serif of Kn.M.h Also p art i c ipat i n g are the Israel, and Maurice Mamches, of Hebrew Academy Chorus and (an Jacob Congregafon. will t(ir I)avjd Wo fc Qf ^ ^ City, now visiting Miami Beach. L.' lBura k is author of CatJowboy." original musin edy at Flagler-Granada Community Center. I opened Mar. 17 to caI audience. Three more onces are scheduled for |2f 25 and 31. lemy to >nsor Concert Ml evening devoted to the tr holiday in which the cantors of the community licipate is slated Wedncsivening at the Ritz Plaza .ding to B. I. Binder, presi[ the Hebrew Academy, the of this concert will go the high school scholar%  i [Hebrew Academy initiated | school program in Septemwith the opening of a Igrade. lor Berle Kelcmer, of Miami School and Congregation, ting Passover Dishes ring Entire Passover Week ERBIE'S I LOCH SHELDRAKE, N.Y. ATURING OUR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MENU i • Italian • American Seafood COURSE DINNERS AM 5 to 9:30 p.m.) Till LATE SNACKS IUSCI0US DESSERTS ZZAS UNTIL 2 A.M. 23rd st. r One Block Nest of Roney Plaza I l-SUl Free Parkina HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI Ph. 97996 Under the Strictest Supervision of Hi* Central Miami Kashruth Commission The Central Miami Kashruth Commission wishss to state publicly that it endorses only the catering establishment known as GORDON and PONT and In no way is this to be construed as *n endorsement of any other plant operated by these men. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS SHOW ROOM PARTIES BUSINESS MEETINGS Decorated Traya of Appetizing Foods Delivered to Your Door or Ready for Vou to Pick Up and Enjoy for Four or More. CATERING SERVICE from Hors D'Oeuvras to a Complete Buffet If A GUI ST AT fOUR OWN PARTY I %  ~v~v^~v^-^~v^-\^~v, wANGELO PALANGE'S THE HNIS1 IN ITAUAN-AMtKICAN CUISINE Carrying on a tradition in Italian Food in Neopolitan Fashion in an Old World Setting Florentine Bar & Lounge 167th STREET off COLLINS AVENUE Open Nightly 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Rot. Phone 816-9240 • IE E T I N 6 S RICCIO'S like 7Wi STREET CAUSEWAY '"NEW" Blue Grass Room Lounge 0 'til 5 a.m. AMI PI 9955s iji iji ijl ijj ;|; .,; ;ji iji 4j| Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMODORE PLAZA, COCONUT GROVE Dinner 4:30 to 10 p.m. Your Host Ralph Stevens PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS FOR BANQUETS FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 8-2194 Kin; Sited Cocktails Sorvirtg the Finest Foods at Reasonable Price* FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM $1.65 •Walking Minutes from Playhouse Theatre" 4jf $ Jf $ $ tf V i I The MAYFLOWER RESTAURANT from Home Style Complete Dinners $1 SPECIAL CHILDMUI'S MINU ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES Now Serving Beer and Wine to Add to Dining Pleasure "GOO fOOD FOR ALL TNE fAMILY" Biscayne Blvd. & S.E. 1st St. *0 on US. I FREE PARKING CHINA DOLL CHINESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT SMCMl/ZWtG IN CHINESE fAMILY DINNERS from 95c $1.85 up BUSINESS LUNCH DINNER ""• Order* To Toko Oot ? %  •"• n T !" 2 77 .KCATNE ROUTEVA'RD onta inebl eau 7 HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities For information call Kosher Catering Department UK 8-8811 I 44th AND COLLINS AVE. Y2 ) Sltotv CaAe. i V h M 1 • r>ifvisa aw. 'JOBJ Ujj T^ffflijun u Good Food 1223 Washington Avi' Miami Beach :•-.•: --4£9£flfc %  BEEF and BIRD Your Hosts Teor 'Round' Miomions Joe Cohen & Manny Smith HI! o s I BEEF and BIRD For the entire Family • • • A Selection lor Everyone $3.95 none higher \ !* %  N Wedding* • Receptions • Meetings'^ "^ Luncheons and All Private Parties BISCAYNE \ \ WnJM& HOTEL Miami's Only New Bayfront Hotel ^~ Private Rooms Seating from 10 to 500 \ "CHARLES MAY ~."Still Your Hpst" 9-379JJ *• 'Jfl RT 340 BISCAtNE BOULEVARD catering perfection GREETINGS Victor Bidone Restaurant FRENCH and ITALIAN CUISINE 1334 • 11th STREET RESERVATIONS-CALL JE 1-9169 SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 e.m .. May/lower Loungt % %  %  1716 ALTON RD., Miami Beach. RIS. Phona Jl ^=5= n • 6ETT0 THE AI3.C ALL. ,0 N A wu^y r**>! TO RESTAURANT i PANTRY 67& / COLLINS MIAMI BEACU •



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M(n ch 2X195^ +Jewls*fUrt f ia*„ Seder Slates linent Leaders KM in tin' iiP.!<-rround Hafee Ue establishment of 11 ,f Israrl. will be Kiiest Cr at the l^ael Ihstarlrut Elder Wednesday evening at Mid" hotel. BuMcin conducted his un' n d radio proj ram during UP of the mandatory power ttine. On May 14. 1948, line Sta'c of Israel was proU governmental broadcast C still controlled by the K broke down and there was Lyof broadcasting the procla(Bur-tein came to the rescue [the Haganah radio, and the t of Israel were able to hear • historic decision. [Burstein is now director of Department of Culture and Ition of the Hi-tadrut in IsL Segal, also a speaker on ogram, is general secretary Farband Labor Zionist Orfle is a member of the execI committee of the World ZilOrganization. Veal part of the program will a Haggadah Pageant, inCantor Samuel Kelemer, Implf Beth Sholom, who is W the pageant: Judith Abstar of the Maurice %  U Art Theatre; Sedor Be\, well-known interpreter of folk song-: Ben Basenco. Iartist and commentator; and |Shapiro. active in local theI productions. Page 7E Hillel Schedules Seder Monday B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami will hold its annual setler at Hill,.I House Monday evening. Passover festivals will begin with the read ing of the Hag-;auah, to be follow • •(I by the serving of a seven course Seder hanqin Dr. Donald D. Michelson, Hillel director, will conduct the seder ritual, and will he misted by students from the .Foundation. More than 100 students and university faculty members will attend this annual affair, which for the past 13 years has heen sponsored by the B'nai Brith lodges and chapters of the Greater Miami area. Off. JOSIPH BUKSTim Wins Top Local Coverage Award I'J. channel 4. has been the national Headliner .for.having the nation's top local coverage of television news. Ralph Renick. WTVJ news director, was notified of the award by the Headliners, comprised of leaders in all fields of news dissemination. Zionist Youth Commission Will Meet Here Wednesday Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday night at the Bureau of Jewish Education bldg. According to Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, chairman of the Zionist Commission, discussion will include camp programming, accomplishments of the various Young Judaea groups here and evaluation of local activities. City director Jerome Schulman will show a film, "To Save One Life." BAKERY "Butter Makes it ttetter" MAY WE EXTEND TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES TOR A HAPPY PASSOVER 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 1 7117 (Successors fo Ptthttr's) MIAMI BEACH SEASOKS GREfT/NOS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS A\'D PATRONS •Johnny Electric Co. 9524 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami ELECTF'CAL CONTRACTORS Phone MU 1-1301 "WE CATER TO PARTIES" PHONE HI 8 9263 so nit I:\TO MSTURANT Italian Cuisine & Hit* — Ah Conditioned Pirate'i Cove 3054 60 S.W. 8th ST. (on the Trail) MIAMI, FLORIDA "Plenty of Parking Room" WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS AN! BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER THE iNIA JAI ALAI FRONTON Opening December 13th Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER DELTA AIR LINES TICKET OFFICE — 800 NX 1st ST. Phone 9-8476 Season's Greetings Insul-Mastic OF MIAMI, UK. Authorized Cod Roof Dealer Authorized Cool Roof Coolings f • %  ••* STREET MIAMI 36, F10RWA TettebeM FR 147*1 Compliments of COUNCILMAN and MRS. BERNARD A. FRANK UNDER STRICT LABORATORY CONTROL offers you a COMPLETE SELECTION of Sunny Brook Farms Dairy Products DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME, at no extra cost, with the utmost feeling of confidence that it is KOSHER SH'L PESACH fi O 3*7 1W 3 Supervised for Kashruth by RABBI JOSEPH E. RACK0VSKY, Director Greater Miami Yaad Hakashrvth and THE RABBINICAL COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS OF GREATER MIAMI MADE IN MIAMI •Eggs Cream Cheese Farmer Cheese Pot Cheese Cottage Cheese Assorted Hard Cheeses Milk Cream Sour Cream Yogurt Buttermilk Butter Whipped Butter A PHONE CALL WILL BRING OUR REPRESENTATIVE TO YOUR DOOR Phone NEwten 5-4563 SUNNY BROOK FARM PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE AT ALL LEADING DAIRY AND GROCERY STORES i



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Pcrqe 15 B •ad in a unique recital recently were pupils of Mrs. Harold Robin, 22&0 SW gt Left to right (front row) are Ira Kjrtt Vicki Stemerman. Sybil Semaker, i Nedbor, Larry Krantz, Bily Chriaticm• %  Harris, Gloria Roher, Rita Grossberg. Second row are Mrs. Abe Krantz. Suzan Nedbor, Mrs. Harold Berney. Mrs. Irving Stemerman, Mrs. Harold Robin, Susan Ellen Freedman, Carol Ann Goldstein, Mrs. lames Harris. Joyce Gold, Warren Berney, Fred Berney and Dena Goldstein. iblical Exodus is a Long Way Back Winutd from Page 7 B .rturn attack upon Egypt. Hebrews WIT*' therefore | to the status of bondmen, __jr the surveillance of ars and r e c r u i t e d f or [labor on the new construcJojects. It was al this critical Jaccording to the Israelite %  that the deliverer Moses whole stun ol Passover. i told in Jewish tradition, a kment of fancy—a pious inl? Or—if we iunore the trimming is there inI evidence, outside of the the sojourn of Israel in its servitude under the s, and it^ exodus from [answer it that while there I no direct confirmation of while neither sojourn dis is in fact recorded in contemporary docustory as a whole—apart, e, from its purely miraculents—is thoroughly eeni all that we know of the \ of the ancient Near East. Itbe presence of the IsraelEgypt and their dramatic (should not he mentioned extant Egyptian record i means so surprising as it For the plain fact is that Wical account represents. H. what i~ (--ontially no tai family tradition. i ume when these events "rWsed to have happened, wrtes were nut yet a nation, 1 a sismtii -rint group. while their jortunes and adventures might have been of the highest moment to their descendants,' and have served as a fitting subject for subsequent legend, they were not at the time of any particular interest to anyone else. Nor should it be objected that the drowning of the Pharaoh would have been an event of sufficient importance to be recorded, and that the absence of such a record and the discovery of the relevant monarch's mummy, therefore discredit the Biblical account. For it is to be observed that, contrary to a prevailing impression, the Bible nowhere says that Pharaoh was drowned. It speaks only of his "11081" and "chariots" or of "the Egyptians" in general as I having suffered this fate but not of the monarch himself, who may have directed operations from the rear and subsequently retreated. A Noted Jew Becomes a President Continued from Page 13 B services in which he is actively involved, Mr. Alpert is a director of the Franklin hospital, Franklin, N.U., and a trustee of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies and Combined Jewish Appeal. In 1946, he served as national co-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. In this capacity he traveled the country in behalf of this great fund raising agency to aid w Stories *inud from Pag* 14 B .£ correctly surmised that |7 woul ne innkeepers. One f 4 hadn t any rabbi lJ., e J 0,her s: d a cou P' VmT a his inn but j t I*! lve been the rabbi. I. man and a loudly pan d ce UP "•" 0t d ''Mhe loudly dossed up J Jah the prophet. He %  Jb' Meier to throw the St. 1 ****No one would f eat rabb, ,„ )e walk%  W i a woman. A Hot Controversy fp Caneine** from Page 4 %  in such matters. He added that since it was only a procedural matter, if the Karaite in question would petition a rabbinical court, it would be only a matter of a month or two before a decision could be handed down. Prime Minister David Ben Gurion then rose and indicated his dissatisfaction with the reply. He noted that while the reply was formally correct, it provided no answer to the basic problem, since "it is unimaginable that Karaites are not a part of the Jewish people." local, national and overseas needs. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Massachusetts Bar Association and the local bar associations of Boston and Waltham, Maw In his capacity as president of the New York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad. Mr. Alpert is traveling back and forth between Boston and New York. One of the things that make him very delighted is the fact that a group of commuters of Westport, Conn., including'advertising and public relations folk, who were most vociferous about (he service of the railroad before he became president, have already disbanded and invited him to dine with them. BIST WISHES for a N A fPV P A S $ 0 V £ R ADRIAN THAL Furriers 716 LINCOLN ROAD A Happy Passover To All Our Friends and Patrons Atlantic Equipment Co. 1220 N. 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(30, Number 12
Miami. Florida. Friday. March 23, 1956*
PRICE: SI.00
\SS0VER SERVICE SCHEDULE
|r .itir Miami Jewry will usher in Passover at services in
of Worship here early Monday evening. Tha observance
Sibbath service* this weakend, known at "Shabbat
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iparticipate in ancient festival of Passover. Along
, lews throughout the world will mark Israel's
from Egypt and slavery beginning Monday evening.
[of four questions asked by these children"What is
ent about this night?"heightens significance of Jewish
under Pharaoh. For today, with the Jewish republic
her Egyptian enemy of old vows again: Death to
el.
llhi Qnd qh] at Na,ional Iwish Hospital in Denver
member in preparation ol first seder Monday eve-
P'te illness, they take time out to observe Passover
hajeachesinto Jewish antiquity.
PRESIDENT CALLS JORJOm* TO USE OWN DISCRETION
Eisenhower Asks Congress for Middle
East, Africa Fund as Observers Say
Move Will Offer Quiet' Aswam Aid
WASHINTON (.ITA) President Kiscnhower. in
his foreign aid message to Congress this week, asked
for a special fund of $100,000,000 for use in the
Middle East or Africa at his own discretion. This
Ml ^een in some quarter- U a device conceived by
the State Department to gain funds for the Aswan
WAS LIBERATOR Of THE NEGEV
Israel War Hero is Scheduled
To Appear at Mass Community
Rally on Miami Beach Thursday
Brig. Gen. Yigal Allon, whose heroic military (eats have enshrined
him as a permanent figure in world history, will headline the brilliant
program at the Combined Jewish Appeal Community Assembly" on
Thursday. Mar. 29.
"Gceater Miami's response to Israel's call" is the stirring theme,
of the giant emergency community assembly.
The mass meeting has been called by Jewish leaders in cognizance
of the crisis facing Israel, the trag-
dam development in Egypt while evading the D<
sity for going directly to Congress for this specific
controversial purpose.
Mr. Kiscnhower explained his request for the
special fund as follows: "The Middle East and Africa
---------------------- are areas in which it is especially
important to build new strength
friendly to us. There is need for
an adequate fund which can be
Used to a-sist in meeting special
economic problems that may arise
in those regions. The United States
must be in a position to act prompt-
ly to help the governments in this
area in their efforts to find solu-
tions for economic and social prob-
lems, i therefore recommend crea-
tion 'it a special fund of $100,000,-
000 to be available lor use in any
part ot the Middle Bast or Africa
Continued on Paoa 2A
FINAL PHASE
ic fate which confronts thousands
of Jews in tension ridden North
Africa and the grave emergcnc\
in the explosive Middle East situ-
ation.
Sponsors of the meeting will be
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
all member organizations affiliated
vith the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, it has been jointly an-
nounced by CJA chairman Sam J
Heiman and Federation president
Stanley C. Meyers Joining with
the Combined Jewish Appeal in
sponsorship ot the emergency as-
sembly will be the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami, the
Zionist Council of South Florida
Continuad on Page 7 A
GIN. YIGAL ALION
Combined Appeal
Hopes to Reveal
$1,225,000 in Till
A new Combined Jewish Appeal
total of $1,225,000 was reported
at an enthusiastic all-division work-
ers' rally Wednesday evening.
The CJA cabinet expressed some
optimism that the drive had an
excellent chance of surpassing last
year's total of $1,251,000 before a
giant community rally here Mar.
29.
"We must win this second cam-
paign for $500,000 lest the thou-
sands of men and women depend-
ing on us are trapped in North
Africa and kept from entering Is-
rael," chairman Sam J. Heiman
declared at the meeting. "If our
volunteer army fails to achieve the
Stre.ngi^IrqUJr7dno1nll,ci,tedCawc NEW YORK (JTA)-The Synagogue Council of America and the
contributors are no solicited^ we Community Relations Advisory Council jointly announced the
S? JSre^encies) oe fore pub.ic.tien of a compilation of the.r positions on religion and the pub-
lie school.
At the same time, they warned Wednesday that unwise or ill-timed
actions in regard to religious intni-*
JOINT NCRAC-SYNAGOGUE REPORT PUBLISHED
Reveal Stand on Religion
In Public Schools System
and welfare agencies may
ed to curtail their services.
"I am calling upon every
Continuad on Paga 3 A
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PnOMAi HEARING NOT YET COMPLETELY Off THE BOOKS
' Kostner Acquitted of Perjury Charges

Kastner. storm
trial last year.
a magistrate here on one charge of
his?H.7 nw,,h "'"trial.
^jJtfonshiDs w.th ss.
^quitted by a war crimes tribunal.
The charge in-
General Kurt
sions on public schools "may inter*
sifv problems without producing
any positive results."
The publication is a codification
of the declarations of principle
and statements of position jointly
adopted by the two bodies over the
ptal ten years. Opposition is ex-
pressed in the codification to the
following:
Teaching in the public school of
moral and spiritual" values, "ob-
** w BJD
m 2* ,ha< Kastner personally
* Ka!E *. boha,f and cured his ac
rjtr, *,'n'r denied this and was charged
*"*e *us one ot a series made by
Haifa in Trial
Air Raid Drill
TEL AVIV (JTA) Haifa's first
combined air raid drill has been
carried out successfully. The test
Malkiel Grucnwald against Kastner. The main ac jJJJj"*? u" included simulated bombing car-
cusation by C.ruenwald was that Dr. Kastner had if"" rjcd t b units of the r el Air
^^l^^ZKtZcZto -nd" thus acting jcct.ve or tactual" t e a c h i n g t.ons. and all units of civil defense
a! an acce",orv in then extermination. about religion or teaching ol.a _fire brigade, first aid police and
a L,.i. "..I- IhsM charges Cruenwald himself | "common core of religious faith: Lyj wardens Tne civi, defense
As a result id these cnar*es v.. I use ()f PUD he school premises for i .
went on trial-and was cleared 1 Ariel's AttO ncv use m puP umts participated in the control of
General, who had brought the original ^ ^^ ^^ by ^
Cruenwald. then lodged an appeal. That appeal is ucea ^.^ ^ p-j>- JA jmock aUack
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Page 14 B ^JenislfhridUari ^"Y MemAnecdotes Relating to Passover Show an Eternal Wit Milton Berle lamented. "Look at K, bv a kind of radar, alwyt il pr..-ne Lmpcror Hadmn. he sol all the money Sinatra and Crosby ta (iilu h wlth thoM> w ho require dten were out to arrest Kul.bi Me make, but me! Comes Pesaeh and^ SometlIlu s no ,. invisible, Continotd on P9 1 and there is not even a pieee of bread in the house." • I t V €i ••* The famous Berditchever rebbe around Passover time inquired about the onugtfins' that wsi ing on in the country. The Czar, they told him. had lately added hundreds of new agents to watch out for smugglers, but despite all irts the illicit business kept on mounting. S( e 1'. i( 8 fine people the Jew • are." commented the Berditchever rebl re is not one agent to watch the Jews, and j •: in i l i h msehold in Bcr ditchev iggied in i'." Thi rabbi I net%  tin Jewish law provided that while no fermented P only sue h potential-' ly c. might be uld have been much simpler, he added, to bar the use of thoc DS which maj be leavened. The ii lid the rabbi, is to teach the lesson, that it is not the person who withdraws from all society and temptation in order to be righteous who is the good sick ami triendM had to supervise hut rather he is the good Ihe bakine oi %  Hates. They askman who keeps clean and uncor*' li ,! ,n,ri w,ri iin > special points rupted in the midst of the "cho'" wanted to stress, so that the the temptations and corrupRatios would meet hirigid relitions Ol active livl requirements. Rabbi Salant thought for a moWhen the rabbi ol Walkowuk mcn Ye8> lu sa "' MV '" came hom< i SI bbath Ragadol. that the woman who doss the bak> the Sabbath bei sover, ing is well paid hiW h:m what had been I • the theme >J his preaching that Man) stories are toM about Elijah, the good prophet who \1-1ti m SINCERE BESf WISHES TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS NEW PLANTATION RESTAI CHARCOAL STEAKS, CHOfS, SEAFOOD, CHOICE WINES EAST HALLANDALE BEACH BOULEVARD Hear Gaff stream PaceiiatV Phone Hollywood 2-0291 Dial Direct from Miami or Miami Beach 34|j r rj e rT^a D. Beryl Manischewitz and William Manischewitz inspect jars of fish as they come from the vacuum-sealing machine of the Manischewitz Foods plant at Vineland, N.J. Holiday Greetings To All Out friends end Patrons ALLEN CARPET CO. CARPETS, 1INOIEUM and TILE 1439 ALTON ROAD Phones Ji 1-5080 JE 8-1535 m the oblieverj Jewish home on Passover Lion i the rich Jewon Pass-| providing poor Jew ht and ( r pow • <* %  JjJ^ iked, "did your word----•— ————— -.--—— i an imp.'' 1 'h j d." replied the rab' Lhi po ir en) with me." • • The pious and saintly Rabbi Shmuoel Salant always supervised personally the bakint: of his own matznth. to aa to make certain they were in complete compliance with the minutiae of the Jewish law. one year when the time came (or making the Mates, the rabbi took u MR. AND MRS. MAURICE COHN AND FAMHYl and the Worid Wide Liquor Co. EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASS01 TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY A HAPPY PASSOVER HOTEL & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES 4 BARTE UNION LOCAL i:!3 A. F. AL GONZALEZ. President MORRIS G. DRAPKIN. Secretary -Treasurer 821 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone FR GREETINGS MILONE PLASTERING COMPANY 7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE 8 4-7041 TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS Monahan's Electric Co., tnc Electrical Contractors 4050 N.W. 29th STREET MIAMI BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Custombilt Furniture Mfg. Showrooms and Factory: 100 N.E. 40th Street Phone PL 8-4781 A Happy Passover To All Oar friends ond Pairons HAPPY PASSOVIK TO All OUK WlfNVS Costume Booteries of Allan lasker M1 HARDING AVENUE, SURFSIDE, MIAMI BEACH, FIORIDA Ft, UN 6 9843 ALGIERS HOTEL MONITOR FURNITURE CO. • HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL 6262 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY SOUTH MIAMI Phone MO 6-2369 Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE and Sons LARRY and JEFFREY of the ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS Exte "5*_ Greetin 9 s { r a Happy Passover TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WE WISH A HAPPY PASSOVER "Art" — "Murray" "Nat" COULTON B R 0 THE SERVICE STATION & GARAGE 825 S.W. 8th COURT PHONES FR 4-6652-FR! 4 HAPPY PASSOVl* tO ALL OUR FRIENDS AMD PATROHi North America! AIRLINES 1635 Collins AYS. Miami Beach Phone JE 8-4444 239 E. FlaglM St Miami Phone 94MI



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Page 12D +Jelstncrk&n Frid a Y. March 23 i LETTEIS TO THE EDITOR Editor. The Jewish Floridian: In all that I have learned and know of the conflict 1M? tween Israel and Egypt and the Arabs, "ne point is not noticed. Whatever the Arabs and her neighborhave against Israel is not important now. The only question of importance is why Russia and Czechoslovakia decided not only to sell weapons to Egypt but to help train an army and use all the modern weapons against Israel. Is it that Russia likes the Arabs, or that she doesn't like the Jews? It occurs to me that Russia cares for neither. I am acquainted with the Russian diplomacy from way back during the time of the T-ar when the Revolutionists had to compete in cleverness with the secret police, and in outsmarting each other, they developed the diplomacy of guessing tricks. Here is the first guessing trick applied by Russia on the West. The Iron Curtain even now shows that we know only of Russia what -he wants us to know. Why am I connecting this with the Israel-Egypt conflict' Because it is clear to me rieht now that Russia cannot and will not start World War III. Russia is equallv sure that America will not start World War III. Well, with her knowledge of diplomacy and ability to cue-<. -he has spied the weake-t spot—where to hit behind the curtain in getting a foothold in the East, by helping Egypt and the Arabs against baby Israel. Maybe I-rael might have a chance against the Arabs somehow. but whatever can Israel do against Ru—ia who is behind the Arab* 1 And since the Jews are only human. >ou cannot expect them to be shot at and not shoot back. World War III is right at our door, and Israel will be blamed for causing it Mr. Eden. Prime Minister of England, must have advised President Eisenhower to keep out of the Israel-Egypt conflict. Just as Chamberlain allowed Hitler to take Czechoslovakia in order to prevent World War II. son Anthony Eden expects to appease Egypt and the Arabs with the sacrifice of Israel Now, England does business with Ru--ia and Red China. Her government is more socialistically in-] clined. much more so than we are Her masquerade of kings, queens, lords and ladies may stay or go. it makes no difference. But Russia is gaining step bj -top without firing a -hot of her own. and whether Israel r the Arab|tJa or lose, Russia cam-, not only the East and the oil but time to prepare as well. 1 que-tion what good our b.i-cwill do in Europe, and all our building up of European industry will mean to us if England tun Ru-.-ia. Will the Kngli-h peopk Of any Europeans be willing to die for Americas protection, since Ru.--ia iright at their elbow? .b.hn Foster Dulles is rjght in thinking that Rus-ia hachanged her tactics. She honestly can win without a war. by letting others fight and die and letting America build up Europe for her to take over. In Europe they have suffered war and devastation since 1914. The Maginot line didn't protect France %  BJ more than our bases in Europe can protect Europe now. I can hardly believe that we Americans will use our atom bombs to destroy the world. I even wonder if Mr. Dulles would acknowledge that he has made a mistake in helping build up Europe for the Russians. For many years I sympathized with Russia, but now that I am nearing my eightieth birthday I heartily wish to be dead before I could give up the freedom of thought and speech to any dictator of any kind. I still think there is a \\JGUST BROS ftw Is the BEST' *" Community leaders launched CJA activities in Bay Harbor at their rally Monday evening. Feb. 20. Seated are Larry Silverman. David L. Rodin, Sam Corman, Mayor Shepard Broad. Benjamin Kane. Sam J. Heiman and Sam Israel. Standing cn-e Benia B. Rosenberg, Fred Levine. David Abel, I Bert Peppercorn, Tom Kiavitz, Judge Nelson. Jerry Lelchuck, Gus R. R„George Sogg and Howard Miller. way out by trying to keep Russia guessing what we will do. If only we Americans would wake up to the fact that we are in the same danger, should Israel explode tomorrow, as Israel is now. One spark can start the conflagration of the Third World War. I doubt if we will repeat the mistake with Hitler in not stopping him in time. America must not allow Israel to be destroyed because she would thereby only be destroying herself. MRS. SARAH JACOBS Passover Greetings Adr I man's Pipe & Steel Co. WITH BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kay e and Son 420 LINCOLN ROAD Nathan Adelmam Charles Adelman Ily Coverman AND FAMILIES TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS DOKHORN PRODUCE Phone 2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Florida Seafoods, Int.! 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Pcge 14 D +Jewisiincrkllar7_ Admiral Isquith Named Director Of Rokeach Firm 1. Rokeach & Sons, Inc.. manufacturers of food and household products since 1870. Wednesday announced the appointment of Rear Admiral Solomon S. Isquith. CSH (Ret), as a director of the company. Since his retirement on January ]. 1947 from a military career. Admiral Isquith has been wellknown as a prominent lawyer and an outstanding leader in civic, national and veteran affairs. Presented with the New York State Distinguished Service Cross by former Governor Dewey, Admiral Isquith has within the past lew years been active as chairman ot the National Defense Committee. Jewish War Veterans, general chairman of the Sister Kenny Foundation, delegate to the National Economic Conference for Israel, chairman of the Commerce and Industry Group of the New Yi ik City Cancer Committee. Post Commander of Navy Post 219 of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, and member of the Ai !^t]H %  %  $ 1 Members of Physicians' Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal mark up 25 percent increases at home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Charles Werblow. Seated (left to right) are: Drs. Julius Pearson, William H. Stander. Daniel Stone, co-chairmen David Kirsch, S. Charles Werblow and Louis G. Lytton, A. R. Hollender and Mr. Joseph Duntov. Standing are Drs. Leo Levin, Alex Kushner, Milton Jacobean, Leo Zuckarman, % % %  Seaman, Daniel Hammond, campaign chairman Mr W Heirnan, Drs. Moms Goodman. Harold Unger, Doncldl ley. Rabbi Max Schenk. Drs. Benedict Harrow, ty]i Steinman. Mortimer Abrashkin and Benjamin Oren. National Jewish Welfare Board's Committee Against Discrimination in the Armed Service*. "Who's Who in America" lists %  even awards and commendations received by Read Admiral Isquith during his distinguished naval career. On December 7. 1941, Admii.il Isquith. then a Lieutenant Commander, was aboard the U.S.S. Utah during the Japanese air raid ori Pearl Harbor. GREETINGS DOTSON RECAPS OUTWEAR NEW TIRES DIAL 9-2446 DOTSON TIRE CO. 900 S. W. 8th STREET R ASiovtn Gimmes FOSTER Electric Co., Inc. CONTRACTING ALTERATIONS SERVICE Paul Foster, Pres. 2264 W. Flaqler Street Miami Florida Phone HI 8-2671 A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TVIUJT1* lUrlkluilrtbMi Henry E. Mangels Company 3SS0 N.W. 58th St. %  h.Nts-mi % GREETINGS TO ALL Florida Gas Corporation •nd Lauderdale Gas Corporation "BLUE FLAME GAS'' 6400 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 89-1673 GREETINGS Chms. I. Cltm— Coleman Solar Service • TANKS • BOOSTERS • MEW SYSTEMS • REPAIRS iMember Chamber of Commerce) 1007 S.W. 27th AVENUE 6251 N.W. 2nd STREET Nights Sundays • Holidays Phone HI 67854 To All Greetings Boulevard Floral Gardens CORSAGES BOUQUETS CUT FLOWEKS "Wedtflaf and Funeral DasJfas That Art Dislinctii" FLOWERS IT WIRE FREE DELIVERY ORCfrfNCS Radio Doctors South Miami • Coral Goal.. Sawtbwest Sectian RADIO t TtltVISION SCRVKE 5736 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY Phone MO 1-6177 Passover Greetings "WFTM TRADITION Of OUTSTANDING SUCCESS IN PKIPAHNG BOYS AND GIRIS FOR COllfCf IIFE" 3031 Biscayne Boulevard Phone FR 4-5011 To All... Season's Best Wishes BECKER-D0LAN, INC. REAl ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 813 Olympic Building Phono 9-74 Happy Passover To All The Ritz Plaza Hotel 1701 Collins Anof| Miami Beach TO All GREETINGS Aviation DHfra lessen 1921 S.W. 27th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone HI 6-9127 Ill I -4.Ill l\ PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will halp ke*p chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold axclusiraly HUGHES SEED STORE 11* S. Miami Ave. Ph. 19 2401 I % % • I % fUOt SCHOOL NURSERT THROUGH HIGH SCHOOi To All Greetings Harold A. Schuler, Jr. LAND SURVEYOR 5804 Sunset Drive MO 1 J Accredits* by RBRMB Start Oapartawat al Eaacatiea TOURIST STUDENTS WELCOME • INQUIRIES INVITED •H. IE 1-0606 % 1 010 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH .-A Greetings To All Charles L. Davenport LAND SURVEYOR 6240 S.W. 21st Street Phone MO 1-0550 Nappy HaJiiayi T# AN Oar MM* •* %  %  Flamingo Dress Shop til LINCOIN ROAO, MIAMI BEACH Pha.a JE 1-4442 "for f he Most Discriminating Buytr" ACE-HY SIGN CO. SptcJaNtiaf h OaNarM ***** MANUFACTURERS Of CNAIIGEABIE S*NS 1104 N. MIAMI AVENUE ERTINOS OOOO WfSNRS RON A NAPRV % 



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'A'J n J ittJlie\wiislliJBoiPiidliiaun Hardly 'lid Mitchell Wolfson get through announcing that his television station WTVJ is eomnlciin equipment arrangements for broadcasting in full color, then news broke that he and wife Prance* will be off Friday for a trip around the They will to accompanied by daughter Frankio r ~, on e-half month tour, flying from here to San Fran|E on to Honolulu, Hong Kong, Siam, Burma and New L vtelfMM Blso plan to visit Kashmir, Pakistan. Egypt, %  J ii-.iv With the traveling trio will be St. Augustine BSlki. Dor. W.ln.t.in. ]zl incidentally, is the dynamic president of the UniU'v'iami Symphony Club. Food Fair executive Dr. Kurt Peiser was busier last week f ahout town his mother, Mrs. ROM Polser. ed at the Eden Roc with Kurt and ROM— and, of course, tSn. Pai**' were the Ernest PeiMrt, taking in the Jane B-Bobbv Van show there. >>c William Hoffman* arrived tired but happy in Gotham IferbiMin Plaza alter their automobile trip north. Hoffman* .'il this week on the SS lie de France for an tour HI England and the continent. jj ,(,,. M away, their Jefferson ave. home will Inied bj long time New York City friends Dr. and Mr*. J. J. jr4887 Pine T"e dr. residence was opened by the Morris hi Saturday evening for a party honoring the Bess Rose fomen's A of the Cancer Institute of Miami. Laniburgh fete included cocktails, entertainment and with Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, unit • president, helping the I even!Morton L. Levin, assistant commissioner of health for the \e\i York, :due to arrive here late Saturday. ral Gables home of his daughter, Hilary Mindiin. of the original workers in lung cancer research and a ; state-, representative to frequent international cancer ini held in Europe, Dr. Levin is also director of the Empire IRoswell Park Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y., a cancer research bile here, he'll also visit with his daughter, Brott Levin, ffreshman at the University of Miami. Fuller Warren and Mrs. Albert Pollak are lovely co-chairI a "Guys and Dolls" party to be given by the Variety club fi committee Apr. 4 at the Eden Roc. •affair will include stars of stage and screen, with a fashion Kfered by Saks Fifth Avenue and the Little Shop. It, Murray Friedman is in charge of tickets, with Mrs. Nathan lib handling reservations and Mrs. Dan Satin in charge of i harried Isaac Levins are harried, indeed, these days— py, as well. f is publicity chairman of Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary. ftion. -he ami husband iMae have been playing host at their >man\ relatives visiting the area during their winter vacaid landing an occasional evening with them. its include the Jack Wins tons, Washington. D.C.; Mr. and Elk, Passaic, N.J., who stopped at the Fontainebleau; W Levin, Wm-ton-Salem, N.C.. staying at the Seville; Mrs. I Burke, Baltimore, and daughter Ellen, of New York; and pnari Schindler, Cumberland, Md. i Burke, incidentally, a 1955 University of Miami grad, is ng her way ahead in television. lovely Normandy Isle home of Mr. end Mrs. Meyar • will be the -ite Saturday evening for the 17th birthday *i L Ka ll( .' Cor P oral >n ot America, are among noted in ex"* f riedland. Food Fair board president. David Lilienthal, [wad of the AtrMtfcvRadio U "* Motkovitx has done. krkowiti has left Gramercy Park, New York. |;t h h anocean ''>nt home at 5801 Collins ave. n.u resident are children Anno, Sara and Joy. H *cn*| Klopfjth arrives in Miami Sunday to spend two • tie li be visiting with his brother-in-law and sister. • m Jackton, 1614 Pennsylvania ave. | Proud of the fart that brother Heschel was a British an > *dh the rank of major. j. p, y r, !1 Warsaw, where he was a noted editor— %  LcT V Hl h an(i HebrewRabbi Klepfih <• now a !" *>. spiritual leader. Mrs. Leon Kroni3h was chairman of a panel discussion Wednesday sponsored by Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood. Subject was "You— Southern Schools and the Supreme Court." Miami Chapter in Program At Eden Roc Hotel Eden Roc hotel was the locale „f the annual donor luncheon of the Miami chapter of National Children's Cardiac hospital on 'luesday noon. Mrs Sam Schulwolf. chairman. planned a program including Sam Gygon of station WAHR, who acted as master of ceremonies. Funds raised Ro directly to MmdtBf Heart, which is the Jja*> Ht;i i m Miami treating children suffering from h-art ailments. without cs, to the patients, regardless of race, creed or financial status. Some 1,000 Women Hail Gov. Collins Gov. LeRoy Collins was to be guest of honor Thursdav afternoon at the Beachcomber, where some 1,100 women were expected to attend "Tea 'n Entertainment" sponsored by the women's division of the Miami Beach campaign committee to "Keep Collins Governor." Mrs. Louis Glasser is chairman of the ladies' unit. Mrs. LeRoy Collins was to accompany her husband on his first visit to the Beach since filing for election to the post he now holds as Florida's governor. Mrs. Oilie McCarty, widow of the late Gov. Dan McCarty, was also slated to attend the first rally of the Miami Beach campaigners, headed by Irving Cypcn. Mrs. Victor Segal, newly elected national president of Women's American ORT, will visit Miami Beach Apr. 2, Mrs. Samuel Pollack, president of Miami Beach afternoon chapter, and Mrs. Daniel Heller, president of Greater Miami chapter, announced Wednesday. Mrs. Segal will stop in Miami Beach during a nationwide ORT Rood will speaking and organizing tour. Mrs. Serai will speak at a joint meeting of both groups Tuesday evening. Apr. 3. at the Empress hotel, at which time she will appri.se members of developments at the recently concluded Paris executive committee meeting of the World ORT Union, where she reni" cnted Women's American ORT and report on her inspection tour of ORT installations in North Africa and Israel. During Mrs Segal's visit, she will confer with chapter leaders on matters of organization and development in view of the growth of Women's American ORT in the Miami area, and projected plans for future expansion will be discussed. Prior to her election to the presidency of Women's American ORT. Mrs. Segal served as a national vice president of Women's American ORT. as a member of the national board and national executive committee and as national chairman of program and education. She is a Philadelphian and was president of Philadelphia region of ORT before her election to national office. The Organization for Rehabilitation through Training operates tuition-free vocational training centers in 19 countries on five continents. Through its program of help for self-help, it enables underprivileged youth to learn a skill which will make them self-supporting. Mrs. Segal will be welcomed on Sunday, Apr. 1, with a cocktail party at the home of Mrs. Heller on South Shore dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Segal's itinerary in the area includes a brunch Monday, Apr. 2, with officers of the four local chapters. Wednesday. Apr. 4. will include a brunch with Coral Gables chapter and an evening meetin'.: to organize a region at the home of Mrs. Margaret Stern on Bay Harbor Island. Thursday. Apr. 5, there will be an installation luncheon for officers of the newly formed region. South Dade Women In Passover Fete With building plans under way for the South Dade Jewish Center, women's committee of the Center are already bringing programs of spiritual significance to their members. The Rroup met Wednesday for a Passover workshop, with complete settings and ceremonies for the seder. All the symbols, prayers and song* for Passover were presented and narrated by Mrs. Jack Diamond at her home 1212 Andora St., Coral Gables Mrs. Louis Kirk is president. Mrs Labe Mell is. program chairman. Snowball in Spring? That's the Story of Women's Auxiliary "Our activities are snow-balling," reads the invitation of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai hospital to the spring meeting and party at the Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii room on Friday afternoon. Snowballs in the spring, and in Miami at that, are not the only surprises in store. In addition to a fashion show and Zinner's band music, there will be special favors for each person attending. Mrs. Louis Glasser. president, said Wednesday that the only requirement for attendance is to be a member of the Auxiliary. Business of the meeting will be limited to reports in brief verses by chairmen of committees. Special emphasis will be on practical nursing school, main propect of the Auxiliary. In charge of the program is Mrs. E. E. Bloom. Arrangements at the hotel are in charge of Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz is in ch of prizes and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich is coordinating the poetry reports. I I



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•JewlstnurkHa* M\ THE SEDER IS I RECURRING EXPERIENCE By HAROLD U.RIBALOW L „,r as Passover approachft'Si.'rt of the iarW EC3SpcrrtK-frrnt l*l *ffi„thshr..rts<.fthsyoanat SU the Rabbis and sociolS/itcrrs.,l in the longevity .Jewish pi-oplc analyze the ,-N of Jew' sh 'in mortal,t yfjdom point to Passover and ,Seder for their evidence. |coorse son-!,ve Jewish writEL* a!wa\> been aware of the ',!. power..!'the Seder. Only jn a new novel called K^l Hand." Michael Blank Biadf two interesting referr to the Seder. "1 remember." I write< "those long, infinitely Blg kts in which I. the only j amidst and ignored by giants, [at the Ions table listening to (recital in Hebrew of the taleJ ..Jews' slaver> in Egypt and; ^freedom. Earh year I had but moment of glory when I was I on to read in the Haggadah j [four questionas to why this; ; a different from the other of the year." ien Blankfort reflects that with passage of time, with the ling fatigue, he lost interest in ("Seder but that he understands •nowadays things are differ'and the spirit of the Seder is ed throughout the night. fere the crux of the Seder's apI is hit upon. First, the young I is thrilled that he plays a role event. Later, as the elders f on. often in the Hebrew lanwhich is unfamiliar to the the joy flees and all that ns is the pleasant moment which everyone turned to I listened to the cild. What are do to keep alive that sense i that sense of utter pratii Dot only in a single ritual |ia the entire festival? I of writers have described reactions to the Seder, bat raft cot alone in having reIwarmly to this gathering total the family table to read the Jews fled from Egypt their freedom. Men and i in America, of all stations, i found in the Seder a quality need It is a time when famlong separated for reasons slight and sometimes Bkant. manage to unite over [Seder table. Passover is a long %  7 and so people somehow [arrange to get together during t*!it. As the Seder is observed |h different nights in the (there is only a single m Israel). American Jews % work out a plan so that W together with their familfw one Seder it is. therefore, wvance which is adhered to t *y those who are. candidly UK. less than pious. It is a [•Ntf, with religious and nal overtone-. lb*htn the children enter Youths at a United HIAS Service shelter discuss with Rabbi Ezekiel Landau. New-York, the significance of various foods on the Passover Seder table. Bitter herbs—bitter years of servitude and oppression. Apples, nuts and wins (charoseth) —makeshift cement the Israelites were forced to use in building Pharaohs great edifices. Matzoh—bread of affliction baked hurriedly at the time of departure. Roasted lamb (zeroah)—the Paschal sacrifice. Wine—the four redemptions from slavery. Cup of Elijah redemption which will be ushered in when Elijah returns to announce the coming of Messiah. Celery—starvation diet of Jews in Egyptian bondage. Sah water—tears of unhappiness. Egg (bettrah)—festival offering in the Temple. into the picture. Everybod y knees %  the third, and so on. The Seder that a child (nsusHy the yo ung e st I heeoie s the center of -a competi but in recent years the tradition tion, a pleasant one, for all the children learn their parts well. Curiously, the parents, who may not worry about the Jewish heritscheduled to attend a Seder is age their children are not taught has been every child gets a chance %  DTI TI .TV r"" "to P>y his part) asks "The Four SJ^^L^JSS Questions." P Tbus. every child taught the ritual of the Questions. Eventually, at the Seder itself every child does get a chance to recite. In a way, then, the preparation for the Seder becomes, consciously or otherwise, a bit of Jewish religious education. All parents, indifferent though they may be to an intensive Jewish educaall year round, are eager to see their own progeny excel at the Seder. The spirit penetrates, and, more often than not, a Seder thus becomes a happy event not only on the surface, but within the inner soul of the Jew. When Herman Wouk, in "Marjone Morningstar." described a tion for their children, teach them | Seder which was, in effect, a tragic And in the "The Four Questions." teaching, explanations usually follow. What do the Questions mean? Why are they asked? Inevitably, something rubs off on the child— as well as his parents. I have yet to see children who remain indifferent to the Seder. They prepare for it with thrilled anticipation. When one recites the Questions, so does the second, and comedy, with families bickering and spoiled children screaming and yelling, scores of Jewish readers I met went out of their way to castigate Wouk's treatment of the Seder. "It is simply not true," they said. And they went on to insist that during a Seder an atmosphere is caught and held—and rememContinued on Page 11 C GREETINGS "KE RESTAURANT F ood | 0 Take 0u| Family Style Dinners Delivery Service 7 Ut St. Ph. UN 6-4303 %  *Wr rattOVtt COMPANY ""WO. FLORIDA ** 4-$l $4 Payment in *5SeiV*'' i r iowV2l H omi ^ *U*2JHATE ^^***o# Insurr Chu,, GKEITINGS TO ALL The Bombay Hotel "On the Oct" 4901 COUINS AVENUE MIAMI IEACH — T "---y TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Kelly 9 Drive-In Not Affiliated with any Other Drive-in DIIKIOUS SANDWICHES Ctltt SERVICE lift AWvlW"* 0Ai Hi 4-701* To All A Molt Happy NsWVSff W. M. 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23, 1966 +rScli*T> ItS OF MELON IK SHROUDED III QUESTION %  i ,, %  Pdge 7C I^Bia-LlPSHITZ ^ itl |e of the beginnings 1 city of Ashkelon, iTh fa Mh,. UwasaliCence in 2000 BCE J name appeared in an ^document. In the Amar,1400 BCE). Ashkelon ifedties "I'ich appealed Pb,r.h for the assistance ividers. 11 would also anA Ashkelon was leagued L*d Lishish against a fliiii ruler of Jerusalem. BC Ranie-is II stormed gnd took it after a long L,,er. certain Palestinian ing whom was Askelon, ^jinst their overlord. In „8gment< of Kameses the (ofAshk-inn arc representfat thai are not yet Philheld A.-hkelon controlled the road The surrounding lands are merthe Philistines (there between Egypt and Syria, and was fertile. Vines. olives and variety ^n> emigrations of Philable to maintain an ample supply of fruit trees, particularly oranges atkgrwa)-of the Egyptian I of men. arms and food. Because (as I uw M.nw years ago while .and the other from j of this the Moslems established I visiting the area) flourish there neyhavcsiwn their name themselves in Jerusalem. Ilta most characteristic product is .Me country. In 636 AD Ashkelon passed into the onion, as it was in the time the hands of the Arabs, who re: of the Talmud, when it was called mained there until the end of the j "the onion of Ashkelon. 11th century when Jews regarded Ashkelon as a for-{the nlain -*J L eign city (Jews. Shcviith. 5. 1) destro ve5h? ? ""* gradua,,y sequent* existed for a mng time Since then on!v2s lh.ve mark in the surrounding v^lages 'H th ci„ u ,um nave mars When Jerus.ftm'wiTd'os,,,,, *Vftft5TStiPi" **? Ashkeftn continued to be an im-I eweS fo \ Z Z *? ^ portant fWoughtore situated hi SSSe church JndtffcifJ! *" .ween the traffic and the wars of and C^S^SStiSSl wo eont.nenrs It became a censtretching in a wide a wUh the ter of Hellenftt.c culture and scholseashore as baae. After The f is' arsh.p and later became (he seat world wax. eJicavationTcanEd^ ilSSSES H. bV ,h PaleS,in ''M-lora.ion hind Ihmiighout the rule of Rome uncovered (he site o a large build and the Byzantine Empire, the city ing with short column, the ancient thrived and ever adaptable, quickly Senate House and the palace Of adjusted itself to-the Moslem* inHerod with manv valuable anvaden who transformed it into tlquities one of their strongholds. Thus it j At present, the ruins of the ancicame to play an important part in ent city are interspersed with garthe history of the Crusades. It was dens whirl, belonged to the inhabih "f r e obvious that whoever tants of the neighboring villages, held Ashkelon i-ontr.-i •>< th. -.*^ T.. • •_ %  GREETINGS MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCKS MIAMI Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer oi Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies 23 N.E. 74fh Street Phone PL 9-0953 I whole count iDorthwanls from Gaza and I the town and the port of making it one of their asters. )n is not mentioned like cities of Judah in the [Joshua'chapter 15). but in i of Judges (1 18) we read captured the city with Igrtant coast line. Some 200 tr we read of Samson at lulling 30 men and tak: jirments (Judges 14. 17). was the town of which livid sang when lamenting i of King Saul — "Publish the streets of Ashkelon, daughterof the Philtjoice" (II Samuel. 20). that the Israelites suflireat deal during that time. hkelon became subject to i while In the year 620 BC looted by Sc> chines. the Persian period it ito have been under the (rt Tyre anil the greater | the city, including its temi burnt to the ground. Afsabmission to Alexander (332B(i Ashkelon re%  y Greek settlers and beindependent Hellenistic its fate as a tributary nined alternately by ld Syria. Although a of Hellenism, it pru[decided to open its gates the Maccabee in 147 later to Alexander JanKceptcd many Jewish I time of SinK.n Ren Shafcwish population grew [ %  e xtent th:it in one day j women sorceresses were to death b> him (San. lllso Rashi) H rod. who •wn there, beautified *ith magnificent build[the classical tradition. 'Wbreakof the great war Home, many Jews were |kre and thereafter the the city was | captured by the Crusaders. Jeru-1 salem and Ashkelon were once again the seats of rival powers as in the days of Judea and Philistia. In 1187 Ashkelon was retaken by Saladin and when, a few years later, he had to retreat, on the approach of Richard, he burnt the Continued from Page 2 C born when the Lords made a miracle to pass and permitted the Jewcity and completely demolished its ; ish first-born sons to live. I do not defenses. In 1240 Richard of Corn-!think in terms, either, of my own wall began the great task of re-1 participation in the Seder. Instead, building. But work stopped when i I am aware, always, of what it Fakherel din recaptured the city in 1247. Finally, the Mamaluke Sultan Beibars destroyed the fortifications of the city in 1270, blocked the harbor With stones and left the city in ruins. Ashkelon had succumbed, thus sharing the fate of most cities of would mean if I were alive and there were no Seder for me to go to. No Jews to be with. And I again insist that the Seder abroad has educated me to believe that the Seder at home is a great thing to have. And so I await with impatience the coming of Passover. _..*..-. Dedication of the shrine in the B'nai B'rith Martyrs Forest in Israel is marked by Philip M. Klutznick (center), president of world B'nai B'rith, who drives in the first stake. The shrine, cut into the Judean hillside, will contain a list of names of B'nai B'rith martyrs, as well as others who will be memorialized by B'nai B'rith members who purchase trees. MR. and MRS. LOUIS BARRISH of tilt %  BAR PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. ttrfNO BIST WISHES FOR PASSOVER \Ulti STREET FLORIDA HOLLYWOOD 2-2609 MIAMI 12-6210 0 0UR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS Fillup with Billupe Tlr — Batteries — Accessories L BILLUPS V C I I T A T THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH IONS In Miamii •27th AVENUE — PHONE NE 5-9176 w 7th AVENUE PHONE 89-9211 **H N.W. SEASON'S GREETINGS Tropical Paper Box Co. Manufacturers of ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES Miami International Air Depot Bldq. 144 Phone TU 8-8459 MIAMI VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners PHONE Jl 84721 The Best For Less Office and Plant 1425 20th Street MIAMI BEACH IN A HURRY CALL KIMBALL MURRAY THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS 5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone PL 8-5521 AMERICAN LAUNDRY 6220 N.W. 2nd A #nue TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .. PASSOVER GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 286 N.E. 67th Street Phone PL 8-8715 Maurice E. Kerr TO OUR MANY FRIENDS A MOST HAFPY PASSOVER We Sotciuliie in Bonds mni Insurance 308 S.E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE FR 4-5174 1 FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY 732 DuPont Bldg. 6915 Red Road (212 Red Sunset Bldg.) 1 TO OUR MANY PATRONS, FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES PASSOVER GREETINGS IRWIN GRAIN COMPANY KENDALL, FLORIDA IEEDS FERTILIZER FARM EQUIPMENT LAWN MOWERS Phone MO 15400 To All Season's Greetings Joseph M. Mes sana MASON CONTRACTOR Licensed — Insured Phone MU 1-7011 15240 S. River Drive Miami, Florida Best Wishes To All for Passover NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES Main Office 151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE HI 4-1601 Branches: Huntington Medical Bldg., Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach 9 I



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Page 8E +jwistjhridlail_ I^Match ^j 3n tltc^calm of Society >__F^ **M ^B %  m 1 i *?_ %  'X_p *^__" Miss Berzok Weds Former Assistant Attorney General Flayne F Moir J. L double rin Berzok became Mrs. Tendrich in 2 p.m. ceremonies Sunday. tyUmfrtet A(kat 7 Friends of Mr*. Ray Mark* are glad to learn that she 1 ,, hospital.and recuperating at the home of her daughter Mrs. I 4360 SW 1st st.. Miami. Royal Palm ave.'s Jack Lowt wen week to her parents. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Barnard, on _*! their 43rd wedding anniversary. The Bernards moved herei York seven years ago following his retirement from business Honorees at a recent birthday party were Mr. and Mrs. | Mar. 11. it Beth David Synagogue, j ^ r9i 1602 Meridian ave. Paul' sons-in-law and daughter^ Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated. f or the occasion and included Mr. and Mr*. Leon Lundy and{ The bride is the daughter of Lavitt*. Among guests wece his grandchildren, Shelley an41 Mr and Mrs Nathan Berzok. 339 H om Lundy and Marc and Sutan Lavitt. SW Hth st.. M.am.. The groom's j ^^ ^ Flamingo df homp ,„ spem sprJnR ^ ^ ( atskill Mountain* is Mr*. Arthur Winarick. He's executive, of Ellenville, NY's Concord hotel. Mrt. Carl (Esther) Weinfck* opened her I.akeview dr. fa, Tuesday board of directors women's division meeting in \, Combined Jewish Appeal. Presiding was year-round pre*) Irving (Ball*) Lehrman. Campaign chairman iMrs. Smy^ ( Schwartz, soloist, and Mrs. Fsther s irnonri off. Mr*. Gertrude Edmunds was in Miami from Ch Sandrew were bridesmaids, with Adnenne Tendrich and Donna Former "Pajama Game" star Marion Colby, who recently. her name to Mr*. Barnard Frank, has her eye with Beach Berni* on a Rivo Alto Island home. parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich. 747 West ave, Miami Beach. Comb) "f the bride Mrs Isabel Simon was matron of honor. The bride's lister, Hiss Hclvne Berzok, was maid <>f honor. Miss Myrle MRS. HARRY [HRUCHSUIN l auii i ix %  v"l MRS. MOil 11H0RKH .Trip to Nassau For the Truppmans Englandcr acting as flower girls. badore Tendrich was best man for hi* brother, while another brother Sam. headed up the ushers who included Max Tendrich. and Mai Knukmucr. the grooms (icriiltill-BoiTi Coiipll' MCCl 111 .ItTllSalc brother in law. Mr anc | jAr*. Leo Gluckstadt, of, Belgium for seven yemj The former Miss Berzok gradu| 7 44 EUC IJ,J ave< Miami Beach, anmoving with her parents I ated from Miami Senior High nounce tne engagement of their sau. NY. School and belonged to Sharct ; dauRnter Hanne, to Mr. Arthur Gutwillig, of Jerusalem. Israel. The bride-elect was born in Hamburg, Germany, and lived in chapter of B'nai Brith Young Women. She is a dental assistant to the crftom's brother. Dr. M. I. Dr. and Mrs. Edward S TruppTendrich. man are taking a wedding trip t" Her husband is a graduate of man are taking a wedding trip i<> Her niisnano is a urauuate OI „,„,,! iu following their 8 p.m. wed-1the University of Miami law %  ( mid! ill'l), HOW HI (1 A graduate of New Ya versify with a Bacheloni Miss Gluckstadt left for] February. 194!). where she I Kibbutz Kfar Oarom, sc Aviv, before moving to, A telephone engineer, i willig was born in Mannh many, emigrated to S 1939 and to Israel three] v r II B Klite. 3401 SW 9th ter., with the law firm of Englandcr a floor-length town of chnnand Tendrich. llj lace and net over white satin Her finger tip veil wa> held I J a lace cap. The bouquet was of white orchids and carnations. Barbara Truppman, the groom*! u.,s maid of honor. Mr>. Bertha Kornfeld was matron-ofhonor, and Gay Ciucci was a bridesmaid. The maid of honor wore a baby A reception followed the ceremony at Beth David. Out-of-town quests included Richard W. Ervin, attorney general. Slate of Florida; Charles T. Henderson. Tallaha--ce. assistant attorney general; Nathan Tendrich, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mis. Alliert Simon. Forest Hills, L.I., N.Y.; Leo Propper. Bronx, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sohn. blue ballerina-length gown of taf-.^ew York City; Mr. and Mrs. Sam carried pink carnations, sann. Jersey City, N.J.: and Mr. Other attendants wore pink ballerina gowna and carried blue carnation-. Thi room is the son of %  nd Mrs. H. Truppman. Minilis, Minn. His best man was ,,, ,. .,. Klite, the bride's brother. l A] t it ll -l t 1 itK and Mrs. Sol Mahl. Bronx. Following a honeymoon trip to Havana, the couple are at home at 747 West ave. MRS. tDWARO TRUPPMAN Miss Stadlan Weds Jerusalem Resident Th. Mai IT. i her Dr. William B. AbelBeach for Residence ,„ ,.\< ...id Stanley Kornfeld. and Sarah Leah The Mower girl, Jennifer it"-Goldtake • atcr ,,c J l nc b. 3rd From $f>.00 up plw HAITI & JAM*ICA-J by Air d.'y 6 day 812ft. PM WEST INDIES 11 dayj y *' r <-'' land p'rtii-n only SlMI 10 D.iy by Stttmtr DAILY TOURS HAVAN ;. f "T S ^ES VE DAVIS TOURS, a ESTABLISHED/ 242 BiicovnBl<. *| PKDNE 9-6331 828 E. lo 0I •*• | Ft. louderdiU, la. PH. JA2-MH Passover Candies Kosher L'Pescch late Chief Rabb, Abraham Kook. £ k f d m h ': br0,her Mory to ta h,s ... best man. of Jerusalem. ... „ I sners were Jeffrey Sherman, ____________________________ .Sherman, brother of the bride. Ira Randall. Irving Pont. Edward Pont, Sidney Stepkin, Samuel Silver and Ben Fertig. Following a honeymoon trip to Cuba, the couple will reside on Miami Beach. P / 0 N t I R Et. 1924 i t w i $ c A m f Sam* Ownership Sine* 19 Camp Osceola FOR lOYS ANO GIRIS ON Mills Rivr MI Sirvar Lakt, HarM SUt NX. Riding Pnvat. Lak* All Land and Watar Sport* Sabbath Sarwleaa ori Capable Saaaonad SUff. Reaidant Physician ana Nurw, Jawleh Amarican Cuiaina A. i rrdlted Mi-mbrr „._,,,.. AMKIUCAN CAMI'INII ASS l IA rll 'N Dir.ctor: Harbart and %  *''*.•'_'•'. 7536 BUCCANEER AVI., MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PH. UHJ Archer Fruit Company 317 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Opposite Ffaimnjo Theofre Phone JE 1-6950 ARCHIE BRICK Colonial mni Traditional Furnishings Bnlrriors OPEN" lion Fri Sat. Eves. 75 NJ. I25tfc St. ffc. n f-0248 CEJWINCAMP 'Jtf-ra-r PORT JIRVIS, NX ^ •aooaissivf, HH/CATIONAI, ****££* •_. % ( far J.wl* Roy and OWs,-a f land and water sports; MMBM< '_.'! !_l|il| 0 fK nurses; Sabbath, dietary laws observed, cu' __, R.I..: $420. S~d lor im*H** '""< A. f. Uk~\m., Olr.r. 71 W. a7* I*. M m A\3GUST BROS ftw / V fl„. Ill W I la the bt s / si ^f^M^=^^_iiiB 33S S.W. 12th Ava. SpacMbtof Im ?£??£& £2*2?



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Page 12 C Jewish Jkridknn y.T, i noqm< FIRST NATIONAX Bank of Miami HEINE—TRAGIC FIGURE OF I BRUTAL CORNERSTONE... of Banking Progress for 54 years l Founded in 1902 < Complete Banking Trust Services Se Habla E-panol Since 1902. The First National Bank has served the business and personal banking needs of Greater Mumi. Today, The First National continues to pioneer banking progress through complete domestic and foreign financial services geared to the expanding needs of a growing community. MfMBtR FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM-FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION-BANKERS ASSOCIATION FOR FOREIGN TRADE To My Many Jewish Friends in Dade County I Extend Sincere Good Wishes for a Happy Passover JOHN A. GAUTIER COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR HAPPY PASSOVER JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET 192 N.W. 14th Street Phone FH 4-8865 COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND MEATS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 NX. 11th Street Phone FR 3-3108 Pacific Lumber & Supply Co. "BULLY SERVICE" "BILL" FAXON. FOUNDER Not Incorporated Specializing in Fir Timbers 601 N.W. 11th STREET PHONE FR 4-3163 MIAMI 1 600 N. W. 10th Street EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS Telephone FR 3-6332 Continued from Pge 8C but of the artistic sort It is only where Heine, theonliinenUUy Ivnr and TOOKpost %  t>ie and form and emotional expresskm, rather than intellectual content, not what he says but how titsays it. that have kept some at least "I Heine's prose writings alive, to say nothing of the poems. no matter how much people may have resented the ideas he expressed in other writings. Jewish .is well ;is non-Jewish writers who have written on Heine have often. I believe, failed to recognize that Heine the artist is incomparably more important than Heine the intellectual who dashed off short, journalistic, polemical pieces in which he expressed all sorts of contradictory opinions on religion, politics and economics. Jewish writers have argued whether Heine was at heart a Jew, a "mohumad" tconvert) or pagan, forgettinf that Heine was a great literary artist above everything else. Certainly "The Rabbi of j Bacharach." "Yehuda Ben Hale\ %  > and The Sabbath Queen" belong to Jewish literature, since they present Judaism in a favorable light. But many seem to forget that if these poetic and prose works weren't literature, if they weren't as beautifully written as they are, they would have no value for Jewry either. Heine, above all, created literature in the German language, whether on German, on Jewish, on Christian or on English themes. He regarded himself as the last of the so-called romantic writers of Germany who also gave birth to the modern style of writing. Whether or not he was right in this respect, be remains a pillar of nineteenth century European literature. "Send a philosopher to London but not. on your life, a poet!". Heine once wrote in one of his most remembered travel sketches, the "English Fragments." Paraphrasing in reverse Heine's words, one might very well say: "Approach Heine as a poet but not, on your life, as a philosopher!" If you approach him thus, you will not fail to be thrilled, even today, more than a century and a quarter after he wrote them, by the earlier and \ the later poems (many of which have been set to music by some of Germany's greatest composers), by the travel pictures of England, of Italy, of the Harz Mountains in Germany, by the Jewish poetry and prose mentioned above and some other writings. Don't try to pigeonhole Heine as an adherent of any religious or political group; if you w • ** r % %  )*•• ^Ls^H issssssssssW V Aww^r "//"fii m rj/f w ^ 1 wr *" ... Showcase at last year's Tercentenary Museum in displays, documents and photographs of Julius Mey] neer of the West who. at the age of 13. settled in the 1 town of Omaha, Nebraska. Young Julius became with thf Indians. Adopted by the Pawnee tribe, he wc the name "Box-ka-re-sha-hash-ta-ka." In this picture aeen with one of the Indian chiefs. Display s) wide cultural experience of Jews throughout the remain, nontheleaa. united by their ancient traditic Passover is one such occasion on which lews eve down at Seder, wherever they are and whatever names or customs they have adopted. > ism because at one time. he had some good the about both, forgetting his other, unfavorable things Jewish. After all, I ing the asimilated envir which he was brought up.t can afford to he ch Heine, at times sp renegade and at other l proud Jew, and also pnsdj fact that it was we Jews i tributed such a towering I the literature ol modem | do. hell simply run away from you after you've read enough of him and yoe will have lost Heine the artist during your search. About all we can say positively about Heine the Jew is that during the .last unfortunate years of his life he expressed pride in his Jewish heritage, though he still would not call himself a professing Jew. We should let it go at that, instead of trying to prove that in his last— or even earlier—years Heine was a protagonist of Judaism or ZionTO ALL 1 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Florida Silica Sand Co.. Inc. 13101 N.W. 27th AVENUE OPA LOCKA OUR LITERATURE OF CHI Continued from Pee* 6C is a night for guarding that which is precious to them. And this, we think, is the true message, the unity composed of differences, which is directed with full force at us here and now. We face crisis, it is true. But the crisis is a challenge to a people who may face the future with the confidence born of a feeling that protected mission, if they' the courage to face the tasks which are required I are to redeem themselves./ • has been made, and only I iling or the -mundrel *t 1 ready to make the paymenf^ pladge. BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER SHAW BROS OIL CO. Exclusive Distributors of Pure Oil Company Products in SouthEastern Florida GREETINGS Herbert Diamond A Co. 1340 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami 35. Florida Telephone NE 4-6031 SEA SHELLS & FLOWER SUPPLIES SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family 2031 N. W. 27th Ave. W0*l Ml 44SS4 COMPLETE DINK ~* •' VBmttF Jerry's Restaur DINNER INCLUDMjj*gj User, Salad. VtgetJOH. Dessert. Beve'agsFr .. Psrwto. g i:> Sen In* "ThI"" 1 %  3fith Street and l*J*\ Phone -**' >>' A HAPPY PASSOVER. TO All I DR. and WJ&j MANNING J.H0T and To* 0 em



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Page 10D +Jmistncrid&n ^^ay.Hncl, Letters to the Editor Editor. The Jewi.sh Floridian: formed and all the other Vaadim Athese lines are written. I am must submerse their identity to concluding my second trip to thi~ over-ell ayenry. I believe, M CrtJter Miami within the span of we all do. that ka>hruth ha ivur months. On both OCCJ HIIS I one of the most powerful agencies had the opportunity to acquaint that preserved the spiritual entity myself with one of the molt sklleM of our people throughout the many problems confronting the serious eenturie* <>f di r.ar:>'ly. the aggravated situation the ult m of the Torah. the I retetive to kashruth. Durin my consecration of the individual Jen stay I had many talk< with the nut only through ftbstl rs el ill" Jewish Federation, but also through the daily diet ;iwell as with the rabbinic and which definitely and intimately at lay representative i>f the various fects man's whole 1Vaadim administrating kashruth in j believe, awe all do. that the Greater Miami Alter a thorough pr j ce f or ko-her meat ithe price and impartial stud) I was fortunate p;11 ,| f or ,t„. privilege "f bel< in establishing certain definite imt() tne hierarchv ol Israel. I l>. pr<\ements even as I have a few y ))() (n;it ,(„, regulation of pertinent suggestions to offer before I leave. 1 was summoned here primarily by ihe A.F. of L. of which the Ka>hruth Supervisor* Union is an honored member since 1937. At their behest I was able to organize the Ma>hgichim in the various hotels and packing house* into an official union which automatically will result in improved conditions for the worker*, and above all in h.ne*tly administered and strictly en]<>rced and morally assured kashruth for the housewife I wa> instrumental in signing cn'ract* w ftl the wholesale meat dealer* ttkeca call for the employment of Ma-hgichim in-teat.:rnlard the hourof nent and remuner; ut aNo in tightening the : \ isioi) :• • lace W hereby .! raotn will • -le authorities in the disof kashruth found much laxity in the try field relative to the issu* f plombes because there a• control n them S ]V-he~. surreptitiously, found refa poultrj 1 have I instituted a central clearing i r.ittee composed ol Shochtim and Mashgichim. members of the who will be solely in charge acing them on the poultry, and ther handwill touch them. A. in this will result in a definite guarantee of kashruth for the beand faithful housewife. t in>pector of ka>hruth habeen ordered to remove a shoehet ediately from any market e trefa poultry is iound. to strict surveillance an nistraUea will raiae the prestige ol the word "Kosher It imy firm conviction that a I '• %  Vaad Haku-hruth mu that are entertained in the 'i mai y people about the nunity. Miami i> a metropolis. me extent, a Jewfam melting pot: the eye* and the ear* ol Amn Jewry are focu*ed upon the ide* and behavior pattern of the-e two citioIt i* the standard bearer for many other communities to follow and to emulate. Hence, to remove • I OUbts, one central administrative and governing body mu-t l>e kashruth, because of the spiritual and religious sanction, must be through and on a high plane with no vagaries or elasticity of control. Carter to Run For Committee HAPPY PASSOVER ONE HOUR VALET, INC ONE HOUR DRY CLEANING THREE HOUR LAUNDRY SERVICE 178 W. Flagler Street Corner S.W. 2nd Avenue 115 N.E. 2nd Avenue Congress Building 239 23rd Street Jerry \V. Carter Wednesday announced that he will run for National Democratic Committeeman It must be dignified in approach. fmm Florida sensitive t< it* moral implication*, i ,„•_ %  • -. sensible in application, honest In Ra lroad and Publ.c Uili.es method, firm in regulation and \ Commissioner of Florida at the ethical in the stamp of approval. (Present time Carter has been ... 'presidential elector, delegate to AS the executive director of the the Democratlc Convention and Miami Beach (Near Roney Plaia) Kashruth Supervisors Union of America I have dedicated yearand years of toil and labor to elevate kashruth to a high plane of integrity and to restore public confidence in the word "Kosher." I Democratic National Committeeman several times. He spoke from the same platform with William Jennings Bryan when Bryan was on one of his have dedicated my efforts to bring campaign tours in Florida. the wavering and back to traditional kashruth observance and therefore. it imy fervent wish that with one United Vaad and with united hand* and united heart* these solemn and high resolves can be red. Rabbi H Judah Hurv Executive Director K..-hruth Supervisors Union Local 621. A.F of L. the doubting | 'The Democratic Party." says Judaism and Jerry, has always championed human rights, economic progress tor everybody, rich and poor alike, ever increasing educational benefit* for all the people, and the right of each individual man to his own brand of happiness" SEASONS IIIITINGS Coral Gift Shop Gift! .1 Distinct** Jewelry, UM*9 Wotcb RtpiriM 2231 S.W. 47!k AVENUE PH0N5 MO I ro AIL ctinmes VIENNA SAUSAGE MANUFACTURING CO. 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE Ft AUGUST BROS n Yr 13 the REST' *• TO ALL GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDIES, INC PHONE HI 6-0831 514 S.W. 22nd Avenue Miami To All Greetings Eddie Green ORCHESTRAS 966 HI. 80th Street Phones 84-4206 • 84-1973 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY EOR A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER S C II IFF* 8 M| ARKKT MR. and MRS. J. SCHUF 1600 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Phone IE 1-3751 JT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GP TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE HERBERT A. FRINK MIAMI BEACH JO ALL HAM PASSOiltt JOHN H. BARCLAY 211 CATALONIA AVENUE PHONE Tax Consultant Accountant GREETINGS from the RED BARN CLUB Northwest 79th Street and 37th Avenue ro oo* MAM FMINM IH MIAMI, MIAMI MAC* ANO THtOOCMOOT ALL Of SOOTH FLORIDA UPON THl ADVENT Of PASSOVER HILL VOIIK Air Conditioning ami Refrigeration 1225 S.W. Ilk ST1EET, MIAMI •2-1411 Happy Passover Far East Rattan SOOTH FLORIDA'S ONLY DIRECT IMPORTER Of RATTAN FtON MONO KONO ANO THE PHILIPPINES my Direct —4 Sv. 7SO0 M.W. 7fk AVE. SO NX 11* ST. mm> not|OA TELEPHONE V-7421 Peoples Water and Gas Company Extend Best Wishes to the Jewish Community for HAPPY PASSOVER PEOPLES COMPANY



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Page 4 D ^JmistJkridiair Miami Friends of Torah Schools For Israel Will Honor Klein Here Stephen Klein, president of Barton's Bonbonniere. New York City, and national chairman of Torah Schools for Israel, will be honored at a testimonial dinner Saturday. War. 31, it was announced by David Levinson, chairman of the dinner committee. Dinner will take place in Waldman*s Crown hotel, sponsored by the Greater Miami Friends of Torah Schools for I>rael. The affair 1 climax the Greater Miami drive to help support the more than 2b.OOO children now enrolled in this independent school system in the state of braeL Klein, who emigrated to the United states with his family from ma in 1039. hardy escaping terror, has in the span of a • period of time built a chain 5 retail candy stores in d %  New York, Newark, Philadelphia Detroit. Vdhei to Sabbath, all of the and fact closed h and Jewish I Levinson, in di \ the naol the '• -.. from the moment ol his arrival in this count i into iiold commui tivities cm : his Ji u ish brethren in i>! Inmany duties as ; i •; i i an expanding business World War II. Klein was pied with the task of transng Jews via the underground German ioncentiation rampneutral countries Immediately alter the war. he left his busiand family and went to Kur• • for a period ol six months to n the | ol Displ visas through the State Department. DC of Mr. Kleinproude-t :>." Levinson pointed out. a special citation from then • tary of Slate Dean Ach--.ni fur his outstanding humanitarian m Germany." Levinson said that "Klein i> l>ehonored primarily for his pioneering achievements in the field • wish education. • nth sen vice •he Jewish Education In New York City; Federation of Jewish ties, New York City; board man. Yeshiva University; naI chairman, Torah Umesorah \ tional Society for Hebrew Das ols; trustee, Crown Hi iva; director. City Colic York Hillel; director, Mai I i mbers of 'he dinner commithere : *" > -*****'^****^**~" r !" ; ^T business and tourist trade might) be > DOked to death in a year or Mason has said that I count' Important and growing aa Dade county needs a regularly thoughtout traffic plan Instead, he added. "the present policy 1to give out a highwaj scheme for %  few out; roadaround election time, like politician-' c: "Let's take the highways out of tics and put them in the realm Best Wishes for Passover .„,;.. rnsru DIAMOND CENTER Mr. 6, Mrs. JcfcoB" Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowifcj Mr. & Mrs. Sol TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI COAL & OIL CO. and MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. INC.] 2156 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone FR 4-1 large Storage Rooms It Kent with Meet tails Itr* I Ip PSSj 7o7 £c# XV3GUST BROS Ry £ *^ Is the BEST.' 0 GREETINGS THE PATIO SHOP YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND WE AIM TO PLEASE. 3640 Coral Way Phone H TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HAPPY HOUR TAVERN 3680 Coral Way PHONE HI 8-2733 -.••!-/* M\-l ol GMfJINCS TO ALL Aaron Kopit DESK EXCHANGE Phone NE 4-4024 New mni Utti Office furniture 2742 N.W. 35th STREET A Hoppi Passover To AH Our fritndt ami Pctroni KATZ'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET Tin+tt Quality Free Delivery 1896 S.W. 8th STREET Phone 82 8869 Wo Bo*. Sell and Rent New and Used Power Mowers end Trimmers Pick-up and Delivery Law a Mower Center Authorized Serviee and Parts Red Clinton Briggs & Stratton 1S01 N.W. 79th St.. Miami. Fla. Phone PL 9-3581 cmrmes < oun.v Bottled Has to.. Inc. Service • Economy DeeeneeUlifv tuhirt Kutin Al First %  Floyd Kroai 1234 N.W. 79th Street Phone PL 8-5544 GREETINGS MNt WITH CAM UU SINCLAIR VEXETIAIV SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TTRES 370 N.F.. 15th Street Phone FP. 49457 Miami, Florida D (SweKwgg Jrmu {lite fctll Corn (L'mtitti Dubuque Packing Lompan\ Dubuqut, Iowa Packers of • KOMI I It BEEF • KOSHER LAMB •KOSHER VEAL Wishes You a Vay HAPPY PASSOVER y* tepreseafarives SAFFER BROKERAGE COMPANY mm SAFH*. PresieW 24 Northwest Seventh Street, Pheew Ft 3 5443 MIAMI, FIOIIOA Diifrifc-teri MIAMI PROVISION COMPANY 2391 Nerthtest Miami Cos* MIAMI. FIOIIOA Phone n 3-2*43



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Page 4 E *_*w/*/>/***#f. Fiidc Rubinstein to Play Fabulous Artistry Mozart Concerto; Amazes the World Artur Rubinstein, world remusic, as well as of the piano. His nowned piano virtuoso who loves ascendency on the world concert to play "for the fun of it," any-'stage, according to Taubman, is a where, anytime, will be guest solorare musical phenomenon, with ist with the University of Miami Mr. Rubinstein's reputation as a Symphony Orchestra Sunday and great artist apparently being esMonday evenings. Mar. 25 and 26, tablished only during the past 20 at the Miami Beach and Dade years. county auditoriums. John Bitter] Prior to that, with select followwill be conductor. 'ings here and in Europe, he had Mr. Rubenstein. accomplished found general acceptance an eluraconteur and historian whose resive phenomenon, cent RCA recording of Brahms'j Today, the universal acceptance Piano Concerto No. 1 with Fritz of his great artistry even reaches Reiner and the Chicago Symphony onto a Hollywood sound stage, is vying for international honors, | Mr R U binstcin made his official will be heard by Miamians in two ( jn Ber]jn a( he age of ,,, works He has chosen the Concerto for Playing the same Mozart concerto Piano and Orchestra in A major which he will perform here Sunday (K488) by Mozart and will also apand Monday evenings. During pear in Rhapsody on a Paganini World War I. he worked for the theme by Rachmaninoff. \ Allies as a translator—Mr. RubinMr. Bitter, in addition, will lead stein speaks eight language—and the I'M orchestra in performance\\aso shocked by Gorman atrociof Samuel Barber's famous Adagio ties in Belgium, that he vowed %  for Strings, op. 11. and the symnever to play in Germany again/ phonic poem. Death and TransHe never ha-. figuration, by Richard Strauss. In 1038. he returned a decoration | A recent New York Times Milawarded him by Mussolini with a cle by Howard Taubman empbastelegram signed: 'Artur Rubini/es Rubinstein's immense love ol stem. Jewish pianist Ik. %Ruz ing come to the United States in 1934. During World War II. he served in the orientation course programs of the Arim and Navy and later was with the Office Tif Strategic Services under Gen. Wil-j liam Donovan. In 1045 he was a witness at the first Nurembi r | trial and a member of Justice Jackson's stafi. He has since returned to Germany' times, in 1948 for the edu-j nal division of the is Mill-, tar) Government, ha 1954 and I He also loured countrh ol the East in 1954. On Sunday, Seger will meet with sentatives of the AmericanChristian Palestine Committee and 1 %  I eh..pier, i nited N lions Organization, al the home of I and Mrs. H. Franklin Willi Catering to Parties, Bar Mitzvohs Wedding and Social Occasions Mashgiach on Premises Free Parking Air Conditioned PHONE UN 6-6043 Now Accept!., hwtm. far Ptssover For the Finest DJ*, KOSHER RESTA U Open Doily 4:30 .9 ; jfl w 940 71st St., Wiomil NORMANDY ISU Opposite the FttiitM Take L Bus-Direct til Completely Air Conditioned Open Passover Week Net Acc.uwl CAU. JE4-1I Ml MST If4 ROSHIR MOM KOSHER RESTAURANT & DELICAT DELICIOUS KOSHER L'PESACH DINNERS with all the trimmings ... from 52.25 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HALL MUNI SONNTAG'S FLAMINGO TO RESTAURANT 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH finest IN Kosher Cuisine BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 26th, 4 PM. We Will Serve Strictly Kosher Passover Din UNDER SUPERVISON OF RABBI TiBOR H. STERN Sensible Price* — No Reservation* Necessary Phono JE 1 9952 A ST OR HOTEL WASHINGTON AVENUE I TENTH STREET, MIAMI tEATJ Fine Accommodations for Passover Holiii at Very Attractive Rates ^W" TRADITIONAL SERVICES HELD BY WELL KNOWN CANT FOH RESERVATIONS CALL JE -2f4l J Under Minagemrnt ot Mr. nd Mrs, A. Bsrf • PHONE JE3-S66V an 4 4l 4 4 4 4' 4 4 4' 4 4! 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Miami Bench Post Elects Solcolow Senior Commander Herman Sokolow baa been elected commander of Miami B Post 330, Jewish IWar Veterans of the United Btatea, Other offieari elected at a meeting last week were Ralph ^Groaaman, of Florida Power / and Light Co., Minor vice comSOKOLOVt mander; Max Kern, junior vice commander; and Harry Cohen, of the Hotel New Yorker, judge advocate. Cohen is outgoing commander of the JWV Pott HAV/N5 A PART,? rV£M/f THf-fCOORESTAURANT & DEllfATlSSEN KcoMPtm cATtamc nrvm' 170 N.W. r.rTH SlREif Kosher Stylo Cooking Private Dining Room Arr Conditioned Free Parking MIAMI Open House at Okell Headquarters Due Friday State Rep. George S. Okell. Sr c;indid;ite for state senate for Dade county, announced his kickoff campaign with open houae .it his downtown headquartersat 070 SW 1st H, Miami, on Friday from 330 p.m. to 6 p.m. IHOC I the toot, hairmiin of ntunpoign "I'ee and Jim P ,am pa.gn headquarters manager. LINCOLN MANOR Sm\ '•OB til 0 c • • n *' Serving Vassovvr Meals W Muring Paunorvr Week Liinohoons and Winners NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY Under Kobbinical Supervision al Vaad Ntftashrwfn el ApM *bt I. H. fw, Dirattor Froo Pork in, on Premises 2 IINCOIN ROAD. M"" Kate's -TO3 Restaurant Traditional Passover Seders Cnducted by CANTOR ISRAEL HOCK $12.50 per Person tor Both Nights $30.00 per f* Opon to the Pveffc from 4 fa 7 pM. Mmr. 2*fh Bad *'* ** Far RoMrvsHiaati Mr. Kati, JE 1-72JS > %  C,tt Serving Passover totals STAR RESTAURANT DAIRY, ViGtTAXIAN and FISH Strvmy Breakfast IVHCA Oinner •'• • Ml WASHINGTON AVENUE, MUMI REACH Now in Oar Thirteenth Yawr



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Page 6D *Jewlstincrk*lHi Camp Tel Yehudah Accepts Applicants .the atmosphere of cultural ZionApplications are now being accepted for Camp Tel Yehudah. Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission camp scholarship committee, and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. chairman of the local commission, revealed this week. All Jewish boys and girls between the ages of 14 and 17 are eligible to attend. 'However the important factor is the desire to serve the Jewish people. A \ I brant personality and dynamic leadership qualities coupled with interest in Jewish community life and current affairs are necessary," the chairman said. Camp Tel Yehudah is located at Barryville. N.Y.. and will be divided into two sessions. The first sosion will be held June 29 to Inly 25. Second session is slated July 27 to Aug. 23. The camp is a pioneering venture in creative camping on a coeducational basis. Mrs Heikerman explained. "An experiment in Jewish living. Camp Tel Yehudah offers young people an opportunity to direct their energies, abilities and interests along Jewish linein ism." According to Jerome Schulman citv director of the Zionist Youth Commission, "the camp program blends the best products possible of American Jewish community [life, of Israel and of American democrao Daily schedule will provide opportunity tor work periods during which time such camp projects as | gardening, ground maintenance, carpentry and facilities upkeep will be IS8it:ned to campers on a rotating basis. A IMPPf ASSOV TO All AMERICAN PLAN SERVICE Blueprints W Sp+cHkmtitt AveilmUe tor Construction 2701 BISCAYMI %  OUUVAtO PHONE n 4-0533 Bethune-Cookman Choir Here Mar. 22 Bethune-Cookman College of DaytoDI Beach brought its choir .of 40 voices here to the Dade county auditorium Thursday evening. Mar. 22. The television and radio nationally famous concert singers are under the direction of Thomas Demps. The choir was presented by the Dade county committee of the Bethune-Cookman College development fund. BAKER'S MIAMI CARPET CLEANING CO. 120 N.W. 25th St. Phone FR 4 2921 Ml. JOHN A. BAKER, Owner CM AUK MIAMI'S OlDfST and LAROfST A HAPPY PASSOVER University of Miami CORAL GABLES AM '"rP.*J FIRE CHI Miami Btack Florida Crown Fences Meet Needs of Local Home Owners and Businessmen, too Fences in private, residential areas are rapidly becoming the style. The reasons are simple: To keep children from running out in the street. To enclose an area for privacy. To integrate the modern lines of South Florida architecture with the simplicrt> <>t nature Lloyd Spector. president of Crown Fence Co.. feels that his lirm provides the right fence to almost any need. "Every Crown fence i^ designed to enhance the value of property." he explained, "and to be of a particular need Crown's pine stockade fence proa natural hideawaj in a >ard It stands up like young trees planted -\<\v by side, preventing strangers from peering in. At the same time, it harmonizes with South Florida folia) Wood materials for all types of stockade fences also are sold at the do-it yourself counter ol our shouroom-. Spector tddtd Showrooms oi Crown Fence Co in Miami are located at 2501 N\V 79th st ph. 81 2578. Other wood-type stockade fences for privacy and beauty in the Crown line include California red wood or Florida cypress. According to Spector. a ranch-type fence is ideal for a large yard, while the basket weave style is good for smaller areas. •But our real pride and joy."' said Spector. "is our chain link fence." This fence is the one Men around >o many homes, schools and industrial plants throughout South Florida. "Every Crown chain link fence can be recognized immediately by the distinctive malleable aluminum crown on each post." he declared. "We have found that this unique decoration has come to be identified with quality in the minds of discriminating South Florida buyKach Crown chain link fence is the finest we can make. Every part, all fittings and materials, have been tested and proved in use b] Crown Fence.'' According to Spector. chain link will last indefinitely without n rv ice or maintenance. It does not rust, rot or sag. Another durable Crown fence is the concrete rail Style which is available in white or 'any one of six colors. This type is generally led when a decorative fence idesired. While the newest products ol Crown Fence Co. are ornamental iron railings and columns. "Of tubular construction, tlies,. new railings are rust-proof, the best we have for enclosing swimming pools." Crown fences can be installed in a minimum of time, according to Spector. They meet and are in stalled according to zoning regulations anywhere in South Florida. PASSOVIK GRW1NGS Henry Donner of BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS 17 N.E. 14th STREET Phone FR 4-6405 RABBI and M I IS. S. M. M\{\ MR. and MRS. MORTON STITSKY STELLA REGINA. LEO JAY and JERRY HOW* Extend To All Jewry Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER Passover Greetings To Our Many Friends Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Peile DONNA SUSAN and ANTHONY Season's Greetings PAN AMERICAN Metal Products Co., Inc. Metal Stomping* — Tols A Diet — Screw Machine Products -1 Die Casting — light Assemblies Insecticide Stroyen F.rnitvre — Harlware 401 N.W. 71st Street Phone PI W BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSH from the Foremost Photographers of ffce Soufil 252 E. Flagler St. in the Roper Building Ph. FRi Crown chain link is usually chosen when a durable, yet decorative fence is required. A shadow-box fence, available in California redwood or Florida cypress, provides privacy and a beautiful background for tropical shrubs. Sincere Good Wishes for Passover Dade Underwriters Insurance Agency RALPH D. HOLLANDER 3933 Biscayno Blvd. Minn! Phone FR 3-8642 Passover Greetings Superior Dry Clvanimg. inc. VAIIT SHOP AT COLUMBUS HOTIl 2004 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami PHONE Ft 3-0541 INSURANCE FOR ALL COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS Phone FR 3-5761 901 NX. 2nd AVE. To the Jewish Community in South E\oriti Wo Extend Sincere Greetings and test Wishes tor A Moppy Passover THE MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB



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March 23, 1956 -JmlstorhrtdHan Page 7D 11 0 /-r Passover Greetings RONEY PLAZA HOTEL I iKjned J ewish APP 801 leaders prepare Soff their drive in the Flagler-Granada shown receiving final instructions "community chai rman Sidney Stiller (third from left) are Harry Shamis. Mrs. Stiller, Mrs. Fran Lee Weiss, Seymour Liebman, guest speaker, Mrs. Roslyn Benin and Joseph Masters. GREETINGS %  EN W. SILVERMAN and MH.FORD S. PURCEL of Coplan Pipe & Supply Co. : a 3120 N.E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE FR 4-1764 is Candidate ace Justice L. Perry, a practicing [attorney, haqualified as Bdite for the position of I of the Peace. District 3. t3 includes all of the City ti south of Tamiami Trail, Cables. West Miami, Coco£ve. South Miami, and the rated South Dude county ngh Kendall. f is a graduate of University ni law N*hool and has been law in Miami for the lien years He served overbe Pacific Theatre of Operlith the Air Force during |War II. is been active in civic and uty affairs, and he is a member of Miracle Madge No. 321. a past presi! Isaac Levin lodge of B'nai and has Nrved as a director David "Men's club for the years, i holds membership in the Legion. Young Demopf Dade County, and the Florida State and Dade r fcr Associations, 'stated that it is his inteni restore confidence in the |)l the Justice of the Peace competent administration rTSPEICII LOOKIXG CO. UTAH INDUSTRIAL [AjnWited Contractor! %  ** Asphalt Ti/o N.E. 1st Avenue MffT/NCS AN NURSING & DESCENT HOME % 


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Page 4 A *Jelst>fk>rMton wJeMstificridiciri • uDM.ned vry Friday tlrsem 127 by tht • v *' ,h Flor.dian at 128 N. E Sixth Straat. Miami *•."''•£": Entered at aacond-claaa matter July 4. 1US0. at tha Poal Otfice of Miami, Fla.. under tha Act of March .' %  %  The Jewnh Flondian hai abaorbed tha Jewiah Unity %  nd the Jewiah Weekly. Member f tha Jewian •'• %  graphic Aaency, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate. VVono. wide Newi Service. National Editorial.Aeeocition, m lean Aiaoeiation of Engliah-Jewiah Newapapara, Florida Freai Aaaociation. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sirth, Street Telephones FR 4-1141 -FR 4-82^2 n doee not guarantee the Kaahruth'o .Jt^rr-han.!,,' .dvrtl.e.1 In It. col" !" S U One Year %  C R %  > T I •3 00 ON ft A T E • I Two Var *M FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Pu blisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Nisan 11. 5716 Volume 30 nr „ Number 12 Friday. March 23. 1956 During The Week ... a A By LIO MINDLIN • or, i Significance of Passover Pcssover observance beains Mondav evening at sundown with the first seder. This is or.e of the most beautiful festivals in the Jewish calendar. In addition to incorporating ceremenial symbols more freely than perhaps any other holiday throughout the year. Passover alsc heralds mankind's greatest aspiration— freedom. Most awe-insniring about Passover is its antiquity. The Haagadah tells the tale of the exodus from Egvptian slavery, a period in Jewish history precedina even Israel's acceptance of the Law through Moses on Mt. Sinai. Thus, the holiday indentifies us with a Jewry still fresh in its mystical awareness—already cccnjzant of its unigueness as a people but not yet of its transcendent spiritual future. The generations of Passovers following this to the same Egypt—if a new Pharoah. When Israel's most recently acquired freedom will emerge unchallenged by the peoples of the world—that only history can recount. But the prayer offered up by Jews everywhere will surely implore that it emerge now and forever. Crisis is Really Upon Us Apparently there are still a good number of people who remain unimpressed with the gravity of the situation in the Near East. They seem to feel that the crisis has been trumped up as a means of facilitating aid for Israel by Jews here and of urging the U.S. Government to sell Israel fifty million dollars worth of arms. These people are the victims of earlier forms of Arab propaganda, which advanced such views in order to disguise to Arab advantaqe period are written among the bloody paaes of the true situation in the Near East. They are human experience, in which the Jews shone unfortunately, unaware that Arab propaaanda as a beacon ~' %  ""•—' : 4 — : *—' ,U: —' "—*of moral integrity and ethical value even as his neighbors concentrated on phvsical worldliness. Perhaps it is this distinction between the Jew's beliefs and those of his negihbors that set him apart in their eyes and that solidified cenluries of Jewish history in a kind of suffering unparalleled elsewhere. So that for the Jew, Passover and the story of the exodus as related in the Haagadah, became a spiritual haven to be revelled in—a method by which, in his travail, he could reexperience ancient Israel's joy of deliverance from bondage. In our own time, the siqnificance of Passovor was heightened just about eight years aqo, with the restablishment of the State of Israel aft^r some two thousand Passovers spent in exile. But, as before, it is apparently not destined for the Jew to feel comfortable in a materially-oriented world. Pressed aaainst the wall of extinction by hostile neighbors, this doughty little people once again struagles for survival—for freedom and durable deliverance—as it did in the days told by the Haggadah. Thus, as Jews throughout the world Monday evening, for still another time in the passing generations recount the story of the exodus from Egypt, they will turn their eyes and hearts From all over the country come dishearter in which Jewish communities have been responding tniwi. bined Appeal campaign. Mere handsful of people the are showing up for crucial meetings: less than this m****"" support the drives in cities scattered across ,|„. naUon" USCUl I have an account from an unimpeachable sourr. Chicago meeting at which Israel's Minister of Lahore u %  was principal speaker. In of ft he-record discussion with w i leaders of her trip to Miami, Mrs. Myerson pre-umahlvUjV-' and wept uncontrollably. Fact is that she had come to the I 1 with the announced intention of urging the American Jo !"' nity to consider a $100,000,000 rather than $25,000,000 2 campaign above and beyond the 1956 UJA goal. Perhaps more than anything else. Miami's cool rew forced Mrs. Myerson to abandon this hope. But Chicago was a poor place for Israel's Minister of Labor to complain ab If the "Sentinel's" report is accurate, some seventy perso ns at Chicago's initial gifts function—with 800 names makraf original list of invitees. The simple explanation for all of this is that American recognize the extent of the current crisis If I were the proofed I might scold my people—call them a replica ol early t2J tury Carman Jewry, who are willing to stand by and see Israel. ed even as the German Jews ignored Herzl and his Zionist dreaBut this would be an unrealistic and fruitless approa*! American Jewish community's failure to see the danger M integral part of total America's blindness today in the mam j are guilty of the same inertia that afflicts their neighbors • • • • • AMERICANS REFUSE TO RECOGNIZE THE FACTS Perhaps the most important consideration lor America i is foreign policy. Since the assumption of power by the in 1953, our relations with nations abroad have been steadilyi ing. Even in those areas of the world where our policies philosophically indefensible, but strategically tenable, we ground. This has been less the result of moral ascendancy tha] ministration ineptitude. Yet, most political observers predict for the Republicans it in 1956 tha't will parallel in its sweeping magnitude the victory! Democrats (46 states in 1936) exactly twenty years ago. This( means that Americans are not at all sensitive to toreign in a positive sense. In a negative sense, they much prefer (ail withdrawal from internatal consideration to active particip world affairs. In their refusal to see the handwriting on the wall—that I ernment can not survive in isolation—the people of this nation I the present Administration's do-nothingism and defeat with i five view" involving strategic advances to the rear American I no less culpable than their fellow citizens in supporting this i (Despite the best advice that could be mustered in 1952. that a Democratic defeat would be harmful to Israel. Jews i Republican with the enthusiasm mustered by Talmudic hair-splitting argument.) If the political observers are right, and if Americans continue to be blind to their government's greatest failure' they've "never had it so good," then the Jewish community I support an Administration that is rapidly depleting its siren prestige. Certainly, there Is no excuse for any segment of this l population to show such unabashed ignorance of the meaning i national struggle for power. But the Jew has even less ei while all Americans will ultimately suffer from the presi ment's mistakes, Jews, classically, will be the first victims. • • • • • INTIMIDATION BLUDGEONS US INTO FEARFUL SILENCE The great tragedy is that we are victims already. There i Jews among us who will admit to this precept: that Israel's dest will not, alone, mean the unfortunate and objective failure of an! ment of great promise but also the first blow directed ajar Jewish community here. This means that there are few Je recognize the validity of the following principle: that the American Jewish community is inseparable from ilie fate oL Now. I admit that, under ideal conditionsuch ^ a,1 j"l never have existed. Clearly, loyal Americanol Jewish faiu themselves to be Americans above all; and it would be admirao this po-sible. But there are tho'se in our government a> wen among our neighbors who. while looking for us to warier i gard. contribute to making such belief critical!} improa i recent Dulles pronunciamento that foreign polio be exciuae* issue in the coming campaign is an example. Certainly, Mr. Dulles meant to imply, among other thin* loyal American will consider his Interest in Israel before for America. This vicious kind of intimidation aehievea 1) It helped Mr. Dulles set a-ide his personal ineptitude, v the false proposition that American and Israeli innJresu a Such confusion of basics, with the object to bull> J *\ hoS i silence and conformity, disguise pivotal questionw !" c ; [ )f(r the hearts of us all. For example: Why does W""?; and Arab action have assumed a new hn< one which emphasizes the crisis by threats of war against Israel and deals ior aid with the Communist bloc. Egually unfortunate, many American IPWR eT'orpT C 7 ed I !" SS^E ZJtt2.t&TSfrni* in A.* p,n^ fh !" ? P I, PS ^^ ,QCtS Wil1 SCrVe ,0 86t Bt N ar KaStt,rn air P rtS rathCr th8n Wan,in ^Vrnrtiorl them stra.ght: L^ tnat tms rnrnent will not tolerate *•£*• 1. 2. In succession, Great Britain since World Anu r,can cit 'zens? Why do the Armed Fore clu **|! \ft War II has been ousted from Indin Pnl % %  -''viccmen from tours of duty in New •'• !,rn JZ ^ Bl | the State Department merely "deplore" the !""> ^.^ %  gainst American firms employing Jewish person ne pj-J ceptmg the validity of the boycott and thu>. also. ^ ^ Arabs that Americans of Jewish faith may be dean 3. 4. said. from India, Pales-' tine, Irag. Egypt and now Jordan. Britain's last remaining toehold in the Near Last rests in her shaky control ol Cyprus The arrest last week of Archbishop Makcmos. Greek Orthodox spiritual leader and symbol of Cypriote resistance to British domination, attests to Sir Anthony Eden's hysterical determination to hold onto Cyprus at all costs. With little fanfare, the U.S. Navy's super STSSHW? 1 F u orres,a1 he world s mi <£test battleship, has set sail for the Mediterranean area to join the S.xth Fleet. As Arab leaders Nasser. Saud and Kuwatey disbanded their "little summit" meetmgs at Cairo Mar. 4. they faced a tn?or!g of approving voices: "Death to Israel." We dont believe anything more need be Hi.1.1 other Americans'.' • • • • NO SAFETY IN AN UNRAVELLING COCOON If Jews here continue in their refusal to aco P K for tK with profound implications not only for Israeli ,c ^ ,. bad U ith" as American—by saying that these exampli %  difficult 8 constitute our governments best way of handling • how will they explain" the following? n n sairfj On Feb. 24. under questioning about I S. "'" Xin( n can i ian refusal to admit American Jewish troops '' Re |atia in Saudi Arabia. Secretary Dulles told a Senate roj g a ^i mittee hearing that the Saudi Arabians "hau' •' ^ vlti tN it goes back centuries—a very particular anl ""^ d t0 a J**j because they credited the assassination of Mohi "" |ft us t&\ If we assume Mr. Dulles' ineptitude els W h m medanisn> 1*1 his ignorance of religious philosophy—that Mru" wl)U id r prophets, Moses, Jesus and Mohammed, and tnai Continued en tf 7A



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Page 4 C TO All. A MOST HAW MSSOVIf NELSON MORTGAGE COMPANY INC Mow in Our Mtm Maate rh.n. HI 4-U91 >Jelst>nor*m*i Jll^Y-March 23 299 S.W. 27th AVENUE 'LET My PEOPLE CO' KFMH OF MM Run By REUBEN ARFA MIAMI REAL ESTATE ACEXCY 1034 MMI B.JWi^ *• %  • %  4>4t33 TO ALL... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER THOMAS J. KELLY YOUR DADE COUNTY SHERIFF 'In every generation rise up to destroy us." So say* the Passover Haggadah. In Pharaoh s time Moses was sent to demand: Let My people go!" In our own time, eo one saviour has appeared for our brothers under Soviet rule. It is our duty, therefore—in the light of our recent tragic experience—as individual laymen to reexamine our brothers' plight. From the very outset, the founders of the Soviet decided that the — scattered loyal Jew was considered undebrothers under Rus,;., pendable. There followed, ts we I not dare to meoT^ "*" enemies a n know, a ruthless anti-lewish campaign under the guise of "antiZionism." 'anti-cosmopolitan intellectualisra," "anti TaUnndTaro, etc The .anti-Semitism of the masses was thereby encouraged and used by the party leaders in their bloody struggle for power. What did we — the American Jewish community — do these 38 years to cope with this perilous situation which saw our brothers trampled under foot? Did we act as the mouthpiece for our dear ones who were silenced? Did we follow in the great tradition of existence of Jews throughout the USSR — with ties of svmpathy and friendship for Jews" in non-Soviet countries, is inpidyon shevauyim — the ransomcompatible with the ideal of ereing of captives — which is consid ating the monolithic, perfect Communist society, anti-capitalist and • inr i %  c $ Alternative Repairs • Tires Takes • Accessaries • Ixaert lakricatiea KEITH & JACK'S SERVICE STATION SE01 BISCAYNE BOUtiVARD PHONE 14-2921 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Hide & Seek Children's Shop THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION GIFTS — APPAREL TOTS TO TEENS 508 Biltmere Way, Coral Cables Phane HI 8-5929 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MacVicar Wells, Inc. Complete Building Supplies meow. Yet • do have the right to $P J |. peal, permit ourselves \TL Certainly we do ZJ** silence to signify Jjjjj the Soviet theoreticians -TtL do not exist as a people, t,^. ^JT P L" e ind,ffere t hi late of other Jews. Nejk we s.hrug off our individual i sibihty by shifting it 0D u organizations, because it it., have to breathe life into J. ganizations. "The scene -an outlaw | mass sobbing of 4.000 Jea, Russia — haunts me," write i Yiddish author H. Leirick ia Jewish Day not so long ^ flood of tears keeps beitag on the head, striking me is, heart." A number of individuals.; I around the Release of Russian Jewry (ia | mation). deeply distressed the situation, have undertakes! appeal directly to the Sovit resentatives in this country fej low Jews to leave the Soviet! and affiliated countries. other week an appeal is seat] the Russian delegate to the H. E. Arkady A. Sobolev. i ave., N.Y.C. The alternative 1 a message is vent to Amh Georgi N. Zarubin in Wa D.C. The number of those | the ranks of weekly letter i is increasing rapidly, and now i then a reply is,received. The classical pattern of the! generation toward*. Rjissian Jewry Exodus is meant tu apply forf ,is all more strange when we con0 f us exempting none, asio 1. We, living in the these United State-,, as in Midian. should be datui about the fate of our brotl ered the most urgent mitzvah and given priority by Jewish law over iti foreign. For this very reason. | every other charity? Did we heed Zionism was decreed to be crim\ Mordecais warning to Esther: "Do mallv conspiratorial Teaching you mean to escape in the king's ed ^ "r^"' cl" !" -? Hebrew was prohibited. The palace? To keep silent? Who ~,!f ^ !" 5 0 BM !? ltt *.3 anomalous position of Jews was to knows, perhaps, perhaps you have be normalized by concentrating reached your position of safety them in an autonomous Jewish refor just such a time as this?" public. Biro Bidjan When this fEsther 4:13-14> Did we respond: abortive attempt was given up.! "How can I endure To see the dethe Soviets adopted a deceptively struction of my kindred?" (Esther simple formula which was to solve ,8:6). the Jewish problem and abolish Boshnu Mikol dor — "We are anti-Semitism at the same time. | to be ashamed more than all foreThey declared the Jewish people going generations." For 38 years out of existence. Any contact with j we have allowed the enemies of Jews elsewhere was traitorous. To;our people to convince us — by receive a package from a relative means of the psychological warfare in America signified a lack of comtactics of their vast propaganda plete satisfaction with existing con-1 machine — that a major portion ditions Many relatives abroad re-jof our remnant was lost to us. ceived curt notes Don t write to The prwft ijt n4 apathy of our me.' "Don't send me anything." "I am leaving for a resort." The efforts of the Soviet govtemplate the customary generosity ernment to isolate Jews from their of the American people. Should a people were successful with many cat be trapped in some inaccesof the younger generation. During sible corner there' would be an World War II. however, a great immediate surge* hf sympathy and number of these thoroughly as-, a rush of helping hands. Our similated youths were rudely reminded of their Jewishni-ss by j their compatriots. With the estab( Continued on Papa 13 C. L D VacVICAR President FRANK J. WELLS Vice President TO ALL GREETINGS FARREY'S, INC. Wholesale Hardware 7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 84-5453 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL II "' NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI, INC. Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload 1229 N.W. 21st Street Phone FR 3-4491 lishment of the State of Israel many more became conscious of their bonds with the Jewish people. They learned to hide their i feehnks well. They wouldn't answer the greetings of a Jewish ] tourist from abroad. Sporadically ; j their ardent love for their people broke through their repressions into an uncontrollable spontaneous demonstration as when Golda My erson visited the synagogue In MOSCOW, or when, on last Yom Kippur. Davar editor Chayim Shuri er and other Israelis appeared in the Soviet capital. True, the Soviet I'nion magnani•; %  J>IV helped in the establishment ot Israel. This action conformed with the traditional Russian policy of trying to displace Britain in the Near East, of course. Subsequently the shrewd leaders of the SohnsN the possibility of fur: ther replacing British influence' there by helping the Arabs drive! Israel into the sea. For such a' course of action, even the most • u £0& -$ ^gy =tii Sinm't Greafiaf| Ta All •JACK .11 NTH K TMf SUtrSFM REALTOR 9513 Martfiaa. A venae, Sar+saie m a-7e4* 28 N.W. 20th STtttl, MtAJtt, FlOtte*, PfJOM 9-4447 ALL MATS BY DIRECT PRESSURE Aelion Antibiotic and Chemical Corporation in Jerusdemj helping to guard the health of Israel's growing popuir !" Shown cue three of Aelion's laboratory technicians who. the most modern equipment and methods. P roauce fTzl important drug products, including penicillin and snap mycin. Their work is being challenged today by an world which seeks to drive Israel into the sea. GREETINGS White Rock 3300 MARY STREET MIAMI. FLA. Phone 13-1033 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Sweet TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER A. J. Wallace nmmrmi IMHMI 7022 NX. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI. FLA. Photv. PL 0-7024 .%  %  .. % % %  %  %  %  I A MOST HAPPY PASSOV Spolter Electric Supplies, Inc. Lighting Fbrt** 0700 N.W. 7th Atao* PHONE PL 7459. Greeting* L I. Toil t Co#f^ 1017 NX. %>* Af MIAMI



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! % % %  % %  [ limiil M| |„ iilllii lie\wiislb-IEIIiQ!pidliu3un Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ( 3 0, Number 12 Miami. Florida. Friday. March 23, 1956* PRICE: SI.00 \SS0VER SERVICE SCHEDULE |r .itir Miami Jewry will usher in Passover at services in of Worship here early Monday evening. Tha observance Sibbath service* this weakend, known at "Shabbat m For a full tchedule of Passover worship details, see V • • 1 1 It • 1 j pa i f i %  %  : i < m., r t -. ;d %  m// \i lM£r -.'y!i rm aftaL*1 af ^^ j0 %  s iparticipate in ancient festival of Passover. Along lews throughout the world will mark Israel's from Egypt and slavery beginning Monday evening. [of four questions asked by these children—"What is ent about this night?"—heightens significance of Jewish under Pharaoh. For today, with the Jewish republic %  her Egyptian enemy of old vows again: Death to el. llhi Qnd qh] at Na,ional Iwish Hospital in Denver member in preparation ol first seder Monday eveP'te illness, they take time out to observe Passover ha jeachesin to Jewish antiquity. PRESIDENT CALLS JORJOm* TO USE OWN DISCRETION Eisenhower Asks Congress for Middle East, Africa Fund as Observers Say Move Will Offer Quiet' Aswam Aid WASHINTON (.ITA) —President Kiscnhower. in his foreign aid message to Congress this week, asked for a special fund of $100,000,000 for use in the Middle East or Africa at his own discretion. This Ml ^een in some quarterU a device conceived by the State Department to gain funds for the Aswan WAS LIBERATOR Of THE NEGEV Israel War Hero is Scheduled To Appear at Mass Community Rally on Miami Beach Thursday Brig. Gen. Yigal Allon, whose heroic military (eats have enshrined him as a permanent figure in world history, will headline the brilliant program at the Combined Jewish Appeal •Community Assembly" on Thursday. Mar. 29. "Gceater Miami's response to Israel's call" is the stirring theme, of the giant emergency community assembly. The mass meeting has been called by Jewish leaders in cognizance of the crisis facing Israel, the tragdam development in Egypt while evading the D< sity for going directly to Congress for this specific controversial purpose. Mr. Kiscnhower explained his request for the special fund as follows: "The Middle East and Africa • are areas in which it is especially important to build new strength friendly to us. There is need for an adequate fund which can be Used to a-sist in meeting special economic problems that may arise in those regions. The United States must be in a position to act promptly to help the governments in this area in their efforts to find solutions for economic and social problems, i therefore recommend creation 'it a special fund of $100,000,000 to be available lor use in any part ot the Middle Bast or Africa Continued on Paoa 2A FINAL PHASE ic fate which confronts thousands of Jews in tension ridden North Africa and the grave emergcnc\ in the explosive Middle East situation. Sponsors of the meeting will be the Combined Jewish Appeal and all member organizations affiliated vith the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it has been jointly announced by CJA chairman Sam J Heiman and Federation president Stanley C. Meyers Joining with the Combined Jewish Appeal in sponsorship ot the emergency assembly will be the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, the Zionist Council of South Florida Continuad on Page 7 A GIN. YIGAL ALION Combined Appeal Hopes to Reveal $1,225,000 in Till A new Combined Jewish Appeal total of $1,225,000 was reported at an enthusiastic all-division workers' rally Wednesday evening. The CJA cabinet expressed some optimism that the drive had an excellent chance of surpassing last year's total of $1,251,000 before a giant community rally here Mar. 29. "We must win this second campaign for $500,000 lest the thousands of men and women depending on us are trapped in North Africa and kept from entering Israel," chairman Sam J. Heiman declared at the meeting. "If our volunteer army fails to achieve the Stre ng i^Ir qU Jr7 d no1 n ll,ci ted Ca wc NEW YORK (JTA)-The Synagogue Council of America and the contributors are no solicited^ we Community Relations Advisory Council jointly announced the S? JSre^encies !" ) oe fore pub.ic.tien of a compilation of the.r positions on religion and the publie school. At the same time, they warned Wednesday that unwise or ill-timed actions in regard to religious intni-*— JOINT NCRAC-SYNAGOGUE REPORT PUBLISHED Reveal Stand on Religion In Public Schools System and welfare agencies may ed to curtail their services. "I am calling upon every Continuad on Paga 3 A conPnOMAi HEARING NOT YET COMPLETELY Off THE BOOKS '• Kostner Acquitted of Perjury Charges Kastner. storm trial last year. a magistrate here on one charge of his?H.7 nw,,h "'"trial. ^•jJtfonshiDs w.th ss. ^quitted by a war crimes tribunal. The charge inGeneral Kurt sions on public schools "may inter* sifv problems without producing any positive results." The publication is a codification of the declarations of principle and statements of position jointly adopted by the two bodies over the ptal ten years. Opposition is expressed in the codification to the following: Teaching in the public school of •moral and spiritual" values, "ob — %  ** w BJD M £2* ,ha < %  *• Kastner personally *• Ka!E *. boha,f and cured his ac rjtr, n r denied this and was charged *"*e *us one ot a series made by Haifa in Trial Air Raid Drill TEL AVIV (JTA) — Haifa's first combined air raid drill has been carried out successfully. The test Malkiel Grucnwald against Kastner. The main ac jJJJj"*? !" u included simulated bombing carcusation by C.ruenwald was that Dr. Kastner had if"" %  %  rjcd t b units of the r el Air ^^l^^ZKtZcZto -nd" thus acting jcct.ve or tactual" t e a c h i n g t.ons. and all units of civil defense a! an acce",orv in then extermination. about religion or teaching ol.a fire brigade, first aid police and A L,.i. "..IIhsM charges Cruenwald himself | "common core of religious faith: Lyj wardens Tne civi de f e nse As a result id these cnar*es v.. I use ()f PUD he school premises for i went on trial-and was cleared 1 Ariel's AttO ncv use m puP umts participated in the control of General, who had brought the original ^ ^^ ^^ by ^ Cruenwald. then lodged an appeal. That appeal is ucea ^.^ ^ p-j>JA j mock aUack .still pending. •



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— +J&JstJk>rMlan Page 9 D %  r. f &f ;* f ,0"v I A inent representatives of Drug Division CIA chairman Sam Heiman describe in Israel and need for continued did [American Jewry. Seated (left to right) I Tom Segal. Jack Davis. Jack Jablo, coTHAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY A HAPPY PASSOVER _J| IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE AUGUST FAMILY and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S.W. Eighth Street Phone FR 4-2792 chairman Sam Goldman, co-chairman Sol Cohen and William Morrison. Standing (left to right) are Heiman, Stuart Levine, David Cohen. Bernard Marks, Jerry Goldin, Ben Friedman, Ed Susel and Sam Rutkin. Krance Seeks stable's Office fifth District Mime devotion to the fulluties of the constable office" |rraiifd Wednesday by Deteciltocky Pomerance, Miami I police officer, who rcsicned tk to quality as candidate bn>table in District 5. B-year-old candidate was I at a "farewell to the force" by hi< fellow officers on Mia \xh who presented him with ill "for distinguished service ; seven years as a police en*nt officer" in 192". Pomerance was led in the V w York city (Is until his family moved to M in 194.3 In 1945, he join> Merchant Marine and was in nwhen the war ended. A stint sl'.S. Army followed. Ion his honorable discharge in I he became a mail carrier for p. Post Office. Four years Ihe left the post office to join Tiami Beach Police Departi III his first year as an offi(findidato supporters say %  aact wa> commended for inking a Spanish speaking serv> Latin American visitors. As ttlman in the I.u.coln rl. aTi, easily singled out by an _md on his shirt, "Habla Est He ii reputedly the first man to have received the f Beach (hamber of ComConrtoj Aw ird Lack in Promotion to the rank of m on January l, 1954, made w_of the youngest to qualify H HOl/OAV GREETINGS from I0RMANDY SCHOOL MIAMI BEACH IM Hubtrman 1Q 21 BIARRITZ DRIVE "•one UN 6 6111 •INGTO NEW YORK? S'oy ol Ml a.odar* 25. •lory hold. All rooms Outiida tipoiur*. lorf*. Bk*'lll lurnlikae fix room* with kite*. 1 •"•II*. privet* E both, IroaiSfcM ; doily. Tw* roea IMCUl MONTMIV %  ATItl %  P '/--.•** a I£> .vR WI..M.M BEACOX anee 'Tor breaking up a narcotics ring in the area," being lauded "for working 40 hours straight, including his off day, to secure proper evidence that led to conviction of all four narcotics defendants in Dade Criminal Court.'' ; Pomerance lives with his wife, Hope, and their two boys, Kenneth. 3, and James, 1, at 825 82nd st He's a member of the Civic League, Elks, B'nai B'rith. Jaycces, Men's Club of Temple Emanu-El and Florida Peace Officers, Fraternal Order of Police and Miami Beach Police and Firemen Benevolent Association. ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC* FORD PARTS — SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS CECIL HOLLAND'S F08D Til* Souths lorgesf Ford Deafer 1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami, Flo. HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Hurst Drilling & Equipment Co. SALES AND SERVICE 9-4776 1429 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida ROCKY POMfRAJKf for the post. About a month ago, Chief Romeo Shep.ird cited I'ome-GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will aava on a new roof lat*r ••Satisfactory Work by Experienced M*n" TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES | f. D. Grvppe A. M. Proud '; *W G. & P. Supply Co. TIME and SIGNAL SYSTEMS ^ 3150 N.W. 7rh STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 Northwest Lejeune Road PHONE NE 4-9761 Miami TO ALL ... A MOST HAPfT PASSOVER SAVORY BAKE SHOP Morris Yoden Abe Klein Louis Melnick David Rapchick 55 M.W. 36th STREET PHONE 84-2022 TO All SEASON'S GREETINGS FENIM0RE APARTMENT HOTEL 1200 EUCLID AVENUE BUB JE 1-9681 PASSOVER GREETINGS Fields Kustom Kovers AUTO SEAT COVERS • TOPS. ETC. PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 2341 N. Miami Avenuo Phone FR 3-2389 SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WILL "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributor, Llbboy. Owen.. Ford Glass Co. St Insulux Glass Block 1601 • 1619 N.W. 7th A*.. Mi*i 36. Florida P"o* 9-7581 MIAMI 38. FLORIDA GREETINGS ^ JACR ^simAl*. President Branilett Equipment & Supply Co. 800 N E. Fir* Are, """"TSB **<>• *" ZS^n !" S A PP'U. for Hot.U.R^.ur.na. and Club. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY £J MARIO HAIRDRESSER Hair Stylist SHERRY FRONTENAC HOTEL 1 537 LINCOLN ROAD 2503 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS T. S. BUDD OPTICIAN 122 S.E. 1st Street. Miami, Florida Phone 9-1451 262 Andulusia Phone HI 6-0291 Coral Gables WW^W*W'W rf W'W'WAw**W'W'WA^W


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Page 2 A +Jeisti Fhrkfiari Schultz to Charge Arab Delegates With Anti-Semitic Activity in U. S. Mayor D. Lee Powell of Miami' Henry Edward Schultx, national Beach will accept the Leonard L. [chairman of the Anti-Defamation Ahess annual award "for out. -land(League of B'nai rVnth. will fly to ing contributions to the improve Miami from New York to address ment of human relations in Florida" at a luncheon, Sunday noon, in the Algiers hotel. Former Mi the meeting. George Vattaitoff, Florida chairman i>f the League, will preside Rabbi l-eon Kronish, ami Mayor Abe Aronovitz. last ; of Temple Beth Sholom. will conyear's winner, will make the presduct memorial Mrvicet tor Gilbert entation. JBalkin. recently deceased Florida regional director ol the League Schultz will discushirecent chargemade in Washington, D.C. that Arab nation delegateoperating with diplomatic immunity are engaged in "an organized and wellfinanced conspiracy to stimulate anti-Semitic feeling.-" in the United States. The New Yorker will also reveal evidence of anti-Semitism in the Federal security investigation at Ft. Monmouth. Election of officers will present nominees George Talianoff. for chairman of the Florida board of the League: Paul Seiderman. chairman of the executive committee; Sam A. Goldstein and Benjamin Meyers, vice chairmen: Leonard L. Abess, honorary chairman; and Milton Friedman, treasurer. Abe Aronovitz, Mrs. Peter Glazer, George Kronengold, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, E. Albert Pallot. President Requests East, Africa Fund Continued from Page 1 A for non-military mutual security programs which will advance the cause of free world security and economic strength." The President said that "in Asia and the Middle East, serious risk of aggression still exists His program recommends aggregate military assistance of approximately SI.640.000,000 for countries in these regions. It was indicated that Iraq was included. The sum of S63.000.000 was requested by the President for development assistance in 1957 to countries in the Near East and Africa. Continued support wu rec? avi "f^ 1 "' %  %  J 0 *' J "$ e Sam Silver. Sanlord M. Swerdlin *liLH4 23, ^< *v^v-~s^ Keyboard School of Music Complete Piano, Accordion and Guitar Courses Taught by Professional Teachers, 1651 W. FIAGIIR ST. PH. 9-4033 fflSsi • 2ll llMUCl • %  Ce>ih lor D.omoidi S C.l.l l.ct.irt f UMt n liscis. CONGRESS LOAN COMPANY "•IS %  ..|ii list -III Nl KM r S. el. Frecdman and Me le> |l.im HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Between Fourth and fifth Sff. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Synagogues and Private Use Also for Hebrew Schools C'-'BO 1310 Telephone JE 1.9017 111411 CERT/f / C A T I J COUNTY COMMISSIONER GRANT STOCKDALE and FAMILY EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER m %  L Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD Entrance en Washington Avenue Phone JE B-742S 1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across rrem S—rt Free Parking in Rear Phone 12-2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES Hotel Motel Miome and Apt ment House Owners • • • We mrt her* it carve yarn with m COMPLETE LINE OF LINENS CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS +SPRU PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS DISH TOV Drapes — Curtains — Bed Pads — Plastic Goods Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation D. SER0TT, Pres. 127 N.E. 9th Street Phone FR 3-87371 Closed Saturday-Open Sunday Ample Pi RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL for a Perfect Tribute In RuMpimf. with the traditionf the Jewish faith,Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel offers cervieea that yon can bi proud of — at a price you tan afford. Whether orthodox, conservulivc. Of r formed services are desired. Ki\r. BLASBFRC. P*faa P>eeiffenl Ait KISLNM.RC, Treasurer RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS MIAMI BEACH ISM Normandy Drive • VNtm S-tttt 1236 Washington Avenue • JEfferson 1.7771 1850 Alton Road • JEgerson 4-2100 MIAMI WU FUfJar and 20th Avanue • m%Wt 26M 24 IIOL'R AMBULANCE SERVlCt Tons Burns, F.D. Kivrr.idr Memorial <*•• New York: 76th St. Amsterdam A"^



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lied Jewish Appeal Totals Here iudqe $1,225,000 Mark, Report Shows snn's Hotr-1 riivicinn nml U... A., Jewisiifk>rldton P.ge 1 A :wl inu.d from in 1955 to give— fr.S^cr.ocorneto ,c or home. Mail in your ,ot n ; w ,o the Combined Jewat the report chairman son's Hotel division and the Apartment House division, directed by Daniel M. Broad, have nearly 65 |, or who gave i-—-— n ot p^^ of tnoir quota Jack Carner, chairman of Winter Residents, announced that over 66 percent of the quota was in and collections picking up rapidly. In less than two weeks of solici-! tation in the fast-moving area' campaigns throughout Dade county, over 19 percent has already been collected. It was announced that Paul Losippeal" EL di-^closcrt L hv John Serbin. chairman [.Vineand Professions that 64 percent of their, had been attained. The, ,nii have passed the 751 I.k according to Serbin. ner. civic worker in Homestead, LTiinvestments are over'had accepted chairmanship of the and retail ; d rive > n his city. Volunteers m Homestead are scheduled to hear an address by Heiman Sunday evening at the Homestead Jewish Center. Harry Gordon, newly appointed coordinating chairman of the campaign in Miami, met with a volunteer's squad of nearly 200 at Beth David Congregation Sunday and distributed worker's kits and assignments covering the Southwest area of the city. On Sunday, Sam Welssel, chairman of the special gifts division in the Coral Gables area, has invited community leaders to be his guests at a parlor meeting in his home, 4620 Granada blvd. Two of the outlying areas this week launched their campaigning in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Monday evening, Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Temple Zion, called an emergency West Miami meeting. Pag* 3 A folk Music Concert Scheduled of Pier Park Miami Beach Recreation Departternational folk singer, Ben-Zion, ment will offer a special concert devoted to folk music of many lands on Saturday evening at Pier Park Bandshell. The concert will feature the inwho will interpret the folk songs of Israel, America and Italy. Accompanist will be Hy Fried. Also appearing will be Larry Blue, accordionist and concert baritone. CAMP PINEWOOD HEN D ERSON V I LLE, N.C. "percent mark. j,jnt< have attained 60 perU their quota, according to L invite, group chairman. th the appointment of Larry nan. of Bay Harbor, as chairfof the Motels division, his L together with David LevinIKlossDead in Iowa; i Noted Produce Shipper I has been received here of of I. L. Klass, of Sioux la.. early Tuesday morning. [( %  wasthe father of Morris former executive director of greater Miami Jewish Federand currently president of the i'House Cooler Corporation, I Klass was one of the early %  rs in northwest Iowa and was known in the tri-state area n, Nebraska and South Dakoa pioneer shipper in the I field. I is survived by his wife. Rose; Bdition to Morris, two other Louis, produce broker of City and president of the jtrvativc congregation there, (Marvin, Sioux City attorney esident of Sioux City Jewish ation; and one daughter, Mrs. L Belin, school heard mem[Woodbury county. Model Seder Sunday Model seder for students at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held Sunday morning, according to an announcement this week by Bernard Welkind, principal of the Sunday school. Junior rabbi Jeffrey Schwadron will officiate. Mae Schoenfeld and Irving Grossman among stars of the stage hit. "The Wedding March," at the Roosevelt Theater. New Hit Showing at Roosevelt Theatre The new Yiddish -American smash hit, "The Wedding March," featuring music, singing and dancing and "a laff a minute," is now on the boards at Roosevelt theater, 41st st., Miami Beach. Written by William Siegel, with music by Joseph Rumshinsky, "The Wedding March" stars Irving Jacobson, Diana Goldberg, Mae Schoenfeld, Irving Grossman, Leon Liebgold, Lilly Lilliana, Mini Bern and Moni Serebrov. With the original New York cast direct from a record-breaking oneyear run, the plays is a modern-day tale of a young engineer who falls in love with a pretty waitress. Her mother had told her that her father died when she was a child. Actually, he's quite alive, having run off with his singing partner. From this premise, many complications arise, which are resolved with great interest for viewers at Roosevelt theater. "An Adventure in Health and Happine$s" An Outstanding Camp for Boys tc Girls 5 to 17 Why Camp Pinewood For Your Children? 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Page 10 E L mtitfitkrkUw Pioneer Key Wester's Passing Presages Close of an Era A man who came to this country boat, hut found too many Indians wh( n President Truman ma Weal ( m/en. other Florida cities to his liking r St. and Truman BV6 until (hanking the President l->r his part died in Miami late last month. 1848, when the Infirmities oj i iropean aid plans -i am anxiII,. g i ib forced him to retire. MarkowiU 1


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Page 16D GLOBAL SHORTS At Miami Stadium Daily ^^*^ ^^ Tickets for the Miami Marlins HASHES fROM THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTA>—A call (or the Arabs to organize a roundtable conference with Israeli representatives to resolve the Arab-Israel conflict was sounded here by Habib Bourguiba. Tunisian Neo-Destour (nationalist > leader and head of the fir>t Tunisian Government since the accord with France granted Tunisian autonomy. He made the sujtc-tion in an article in "Action." The Middle East, said M. Bourguiba. is menaced by a cancer which is eating into its body. The be>t way to meet this threat, he added, was by means of negotiation. The Arabs, he noted, have so far refused to take part in talks because they believe this would amount to recognition of Israel. But. he pointed out. they have already participated in talks on the armistice and related matters. The task for the Middle Eastern nations, the nationalist leader asserted. S to apply all their energies to developing the latent riches of the area. .Ahmed ben Salah. secretary' general of the Tunisian Trade I'nion Federation, suggested that Tunis would do well to introduce Israel > form of conerativc agricultural and industrial development. 'opening game here, at Miami stadium Apr. 18 against the Buffalo (Bisons, went on sale Monday at the stadium ticket office. Over 7.000 tickets have been sold to date, and due to the ever increasing demand, the staff has been increased to provide quick service to the baseball fans of the Greater Miami ar ea Tickets wi|i k, ,„ .. ISTANBUL (JTA) — A. L. Zisu. leader of the outlawed Zi movement in Rumania, is now confined under severe condition* in the Rumanian prison town of Pitesi. according to a report reaching herebrought by a non-Jewish Rumanian escapee in jail. He is confined in a small cell with eight other prisoners. The cell hae bedand Zisu and the others are allowed out of the cell only twice a week for ten minutes. The escapee said that Zi.-u told him he had been sentenced to 25 years' impn?onment. mm IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS BRUSSELS \\ \S — Recent new ma> HTMtl of Jew in Czechoslovakia and Rumania were reported this week by a correspondent of the Belgian newspaper "Libre Belgique." Trials against the Jews are being prepared as part of a new anti-Semitic campaicn which M now wishes to launch in connection with its pro-Arab policies, he nys. The Jews are to be tried as Zionists, according to the correspondent. In Czechoslovakia, the Government intends to prove that Rudolf Slan-ky. Czech Communist leader, was sentenced and executed not as an adherent of Tito but as an "underground"' Zionist who took part in a plot to overthrow the Communist regime. WARSAW UN'S—Denial of a report that a soccer field is to rise on the site of the Ghetto cemetery, where martyrs of the revolt against the Nazis are buried, was carried here last week by the Yiddish language newspaper "Folksshtimme." The newspaper said a sports association had asked permission to construct a sports field on that area of the cemetery site where there are no graves, but that it was turned down at a meeting of the Presidium of the Warsaw People's Council attended by Jewish leaders The newspaper simultaneously reported that the Council voted erection on the field of a memorial to "the victims of Hitlerism.'' ON THE AMERICAN SCENE BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (JTA)—-A split between two branches of the White Citizens Councils here, in which anti-Semitism been widened. Each of the groups announced separate meetings to be held here. The latest developments in the internal *ere characterized by charges—and denials—of anti-Semitism 51 Senator Sam Engelhardt. head of the Association of Citizens I incils of Alabama, said "we cant fight everybody." and added his group is not interested in religious bias or prejudice, but is concerned in maintaining segregation." NEW YORK (JTA)—Charges that Saudi Arabia had set up a system under which export concerns in the t'nited States mut certify as to whether they are "Jewish'' or Christian" were aired here at the monthly forum of the Foreign Credit Interchange Bureau. The bureau's members include major banking and commercial firm*. The meeting heard that the certification procedure was being verified by checks made here ) | the Saudi Arabian Consulate. LATEST WIRES fROM ISRAEL JERUSALEM 'JTA) — The Israel Governments understanding of the needs of the Catholic Church in Lsrael and its cooperation with the church and church institutions in this country came in for praise here when Msgr. Vergani. Catholic Church representative in Israel, addressed the Journalists Association. Msgr. Vergani stressed that the government had willingly repaired war damaged church structures and had paved roads leading to many Catholic shrines and institutions. Msgr. Vergani denied reports that Church missionaires offered material rewards for conversion. He reported that Church schools in Israel had a total enrollment of 10.000 with 90 percent of its student coming from the Christian Arab population. TEL AVIV iJTA)—Oil was struck at a second well at Heletz. it was reported here. The strike occurred when drilling had reached a depth of about 4^90 feet Initial reports indicated that the gusher had reached a height of about 55 feet. 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** Fkr*tZ>n Page 9E jBJ. |NAJ19 SKOLNICK jtzcrs Will Live Eoral (iiiblea JTemple Sholom, Philadelphia, dav. Edith Salditch and Nor,'c f !t/er were united in niar[. Rabbi Pincus C'hazin offi hride Is the daughter of land M'v Isaac Simaon, Phila|i:a. Parentol the bridegroom Mr. and Mrs. Jules Geltzer, 21 |lHh tor Iren in marriage by her parthe wide wore :i gown of (•illy, lace over satin. A tiara ield her fingertip illusion veil, 'he carried while orchids on ble bride. Mrs. Joseph RoBtfh. of-honor. [Gordon wore a blue silk enck.(.otn got : Mrs. RosMh n was ol "nik taffeta. 1 carried sprit! [lowers. StaldiniGol was maid fior in a i tin waltzgown. She also carried flowerBernard Geltzi r w ibest [for hirbroMi.' %  Jay Brotman, ppAere-! i Geiger, Frank ti, Paul Schreibman, Martin |BeT!.T-l Salditch, Tibor SimSidney Gor' n and Joseph (and nephew of the bride. P> I Mark Salditch, were T girl in,!; ir ,. r 1 guests fol"i "i i."lorn audi| trip in the uple will i Coral ( MISS CONSTANCt GOODMAN 'Goodmans Reveal Troth of Constance Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodman announce th* encasement of their daughter. Constance, to Norman Alan Zurker. *on of Isidore Zurkcr. St. Petersburg, and the late Mrs. Zucker. The Goodmans live at 275 SW 43rd ave. A native of Nw York, Miss Goodman era^unted from Miami High School wbre she was a memjber of Trj-Alphq scholastic soei etv, Spani-h national honor sociiev and Tau Alpha Omega Council. Also a Ne*. Yorker, Mr. Zucker graduated from St. Pe*ersburg Hi eh School and the University of Miami. His fraternity is Sigma Alpha MM. No date has been set for the wedding. I in Jim frr the m Ho/i-'cys — I • I v is annouaei I nth addition, pSTHNE I |MV |R SHOPS J^'IT SHIPPERS, on NorpH 934 71M Street. The "* t thank their faithful *> kw the confidence shown and the many ,-pontaneoua uion.. which ultimately i* %  % % % %  :• powibl*. They Wo their carefully chosen •>poryd K .diea of exquisite K fuhliihed motahud Sen ,ce" will conUtt your sl,„pp,n K ta*k ** % %  '" %  cl flowm, plants. %  Wtody. AMote, ,h e 24-hour lm"m "7"" r d,,roMl at H atioiw: Roney !" d Hollywood Rch Hotel. ~ l n "" B87I fWayne "d 4U I6th Street, Fka Susan's Husband is Air Force Man Eleanor Sknlniek. who introduced her brother, Bernard Skolnick. to Susan R. Kpstein. was maid of honor at their wedding when the couple exchanger! vows Sunday. {Rabbi Henry Okulica officiated at the 4:30 p.m. ceremony in North Dade Jewish (enter. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Epstein, of 811 NW 140th st., and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs, 'Leo Skolnick, 1541 S. Treasure dr. Given in marriage by her lather, the bride wore a >treetjength 'gown of white lace and a short veil of nylon tuj Murray Hahbaz was best man. A reception followed in the home of the brides parents. The newlyweds will be at hOHM after Apr. 13 in Savannah. Ga., where Mr. Skolnick is stationed with the Air Foi MRS. NORMAN GEITZE* Congregations Launch Activities Congregation Council which was organized only two weeks ami to coordinate manpower recruitment and fund raising in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal launched activities this week in several important campaign areas. Under the direction of f.eon .1. Ell. chairman of the Venetian-Bay area, nearly 50 key workers met at the Algiers hotel to receive assignments. Assisting Ell in this important campai-'n area will be Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El. Serving closely with Ell to direct the big job of coverage will be John Serbin. chairman of the Business and Professions Division, and other key representatives serving as hoard members of both temples. Many hundreds of residents may not be personally visited due to shortage of volunteers, it was explained by Ell. and he urged that thqy telephone the offices of the Combined Jewish Appeal signifying their wish to make a contribution. Serving as members of Ell's key corps are Aaron Newman. Ellis Grossman, Mrs. Ellis Grossman, Irving Gladstone. Charles Herron, Mrs. Bea Kassel, BU KatsJn, Banford Kean. Frank Brickman. Arthur Burrell, Joseph Rubin. Beniamin Rosenstein, Oscar Member. .Io-eph Hoffman. John Serbin, David Erenberg, Joseph Rose, Samuel Ginsberg, Joseph A below. Irving Cypen, Morris B. Miller, and George Talianoff, Abe Solosko, Mrs. H chapman. William Agra nove, Mrs. Betty Goldstein. Mrs. Etta Brouda and Harold Feldman. Community Seder At Hollywood Hotel Rabbi Marius Ranson, of Fort Uuderdale, and Cantor Sherwin Levine. of Miami Beach, will con duct a community seder at the Hollywood Beach hotel on the first eve of Passover, Monday, Mar. 26, beginning at 6 p.m. The Reform Jewish ritual "Union Haggadah" will be used. Mrs. Fannie Doktor, of 1535 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach, has been appointed Miami Beach chairman in charge of reservations. Tables will seat parties of ten or less Held under the auspices of Temple Emanu-El of Broward county, this will be the eighth annual seder at the Hollywood Beach hotel. Rabbi Ranson has preached frequently at Temple Israel of Miami and at Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach and is well known here. Cantor Levine came to Xfmple Emanu-El from Temple Brith Kodesh of Rochester, N.Y. He was guest soloist of the University of Miami Symphony at Bayfront Park last year. Kttio Kay pen's Apparel* shop Mfajaj foa SPmGJIm in I? I DACR0N -HI COTTON | IACE A FAUIE j* *"• *;,„;„ ,„„, **•• m Cr.| MlM Norman Brown Post Has Officer Election chaplain: and Samuel Braucr, three-year strustee. Ruth Rosenthal has been elected [president of the auxiliary. Others include Sylvia Sandier, senior vice president; Florence Bergman, junior vice president; Rose Ackerman, treasurer; Shirley Reigrod, conductress. Sidney Bergman has been elected commander of Norman Bruce Brown Post 174, Jewish War Veterans. Others elected at a meeting last week were Lawrence White, senior vice commander; Aaron Rosenberg, junior vice commander; Frank Marks, judge advocate; Dr. Max I. Tendrich, post surgeon. David Goldberg, quartermaster; Nat Brown, adjutant; Jack Silver, BIRTHS MT. SINAI HOSPITAL Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michelson Mar. 10. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Liebskind Mar. 9. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sokol Mar. 8. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stuart Mar. 8. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. David Perl Mar. 7. Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenblum Mar. 7. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenthal Mar. 7. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sachs Mar. 7. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Noble Mar. 7. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dallis Mar. 7. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stone Mar. 3. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mar. 2. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Warren Kopp Mar. 1. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dorson Feb. 29. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rosenthal Feb. 27. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Felkowita Feb. 24. Daughter born to Mr. and Mr--. Dennis Noble Feb. 24. RABBI MARIUS RANSON — Space Available for New 'Independence Day' Sailing Direct passage to Israel, arriving in time for the celebration of the eighth anniversary of that country's independence, can still be booked aboard the new Israeli liner, .S.S. Zion, which sails from New York Mar. 30 on her Eastbound maiden voyage, it was announced Wednesday by the American-Israeli Shipping Company, U.S. representatives of the Zim Israel America Line. The company's announcement said that some first and tourist class space is still available aboard the vessel, which is the newest addition to the North Atlantic steamer lists and to Israel's merchant mat inc. The Mar. 30 sailing will bring her to Haifa on Apr. 13, three days before Independence Day. Her passengers will also be in time for another major event, the 24th World Zionist Congress which opens in Jerusalem Apr. 24. SEASON'S GREETINGS SoinihorK Herbert Inc. WOMEN'S APPARll 1655 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI Phone 82-5679 A. I. 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March 23,1956^ MsWorklton Page 13 E jsover Begins iday Evening rtinutd from Paga U E IntainUWng Returns." CanLdKlem renders the muCL of the liturgy, asfe he choir under the di1W 0{ EH Samuels. Saturday services are at 8:45. of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome jon w j|] become Bar Mitzon is based on the Week%  EMETH CONGREGA,|| hold Friday evening at 7:30. Herbert BuchM officiate and preach on ^ic 'What Passover Means p Model seder is scheduled U nf the Sunday school on P morning at 10. In charge Mesdamcs S. Tambor, B. D. Gotx, K. Heist, H. A S. Avins. RAPHAEL CONGREGAmil hold Friday evening at 6. Saturday morning are at 8:30. with Rabbi fieckcr preaching on the -The Value oi Symbols." p n Bible is at 5:30 p.m., fol\, Mincha and Shalos SeuWeinstein Named Government Publicity Group Elects Meyer Vice President Representative Hank Meyer, city publicity director, has been elected a vice Nathan (Sonny) Weinstein has president of Government Public been nominated for reelection to; Relations Association for 1956, the another term without opposition I ~ as representative of St. Johns tion was Rep. F. Charles Usina, vet R u> %  I eran mcmbcr ot ,ne House of RcpKep Weinstein, who is a memresentatives, having served six ber of the Miam, Beach law 1:irm | lerms Weinstein was elected ^ | of Weinstein, Weinstein and Weinstein. explained that "I am humbly grateful for the confidence shown by the people of St. Johns county in my ability as their representative. I will keep this confidence bycontinuing to work for the betterment of St. Johns county and the State of Florida." Also nominated without opposi1964. association s executive director, Mrs. Pan Dodd Wheeler, announced last week. Meyer served as president of the organization in 1952 and as vice president in 1951, the year of its founding. In the interim, he has been a member of GPRA's governing board. MALVIN EMCUNOM Englander Vies for Justice of Peace TO All GlttTINGS kg services at 8:15, with Rahris Rackovsky preaching on Lpic: "A Wee Ray of Hope." 1 Shabbat follows. Saturday ne services are at 8:30. when I Bruce, son ot Mr. and Mrs. will become Bar MitzMalvin Englander has announced his candidacy for Justice of the Peace, Fifth District. Englander is 35, a practicing atL7 ami MrJoseph Swartz torney and has been a resident of hosts Passover will be Miami Beach for 25 years. He is jo at services Monday' a veteran of World War II. gerv\i at 7. Tui sdaj morning, ing both as an officer and enlisted [ Becker will officiate ; man. Married, he has three chilLach on the topic: "From dren, Nicki, 10. Donna. 8. and Patti. yeto Service. 1 <>n the sec3. Jay of Passover, he will dis-j Active in fraternal, religious and ffte Cause ol Deliverance." .civic affairs, Englander is past president of the Miami Beach JunL.EAHMIAMI S P R I N G S ior Chamber of Commerce and reEH CENTER will hold Friday ceiv-ed an award as "one of the outstanding young men ot the State." He is an Elk, Shriner and Mason, having just completed STVing as master of Hibiscus lodge 275. F. & A. M. In 1955, Englander was appointed special assistant to the Florida attorney general. Under Rich ird W. Ervin. Englander'* most recent assignment was the study of the Key Large-Ciscayne Key Causeway.

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They know nothing about the practice of reclining at oae'a ease, or the many other csstoma which came into Judaism after the Samaritans had separat-. ed from the rest of Jewry. The usual theory is that the present-day Samaritans are the, descendant.of the alien people which was settled in Palestine by I the Assyrians after the Ten > Tribemaking up toe kingrom of! ancient Israel were taken away intd captivity. However, modern historical research insists that the present Samaritans are not dej oend.mts of the idol-worshipping ', colonists settled in the Northern ( Kingdom by the conquerors of Samnrla Nor. are they to be identi-' fied with the opponents of Ne-j hemiah who hindered the rebuilding oi the second Temple when the Jews returned from their exile in Babylonia. It isthe opinion of modern research authorities that the Samaritans of today are really a tiny remnant of an ancient and great Jewish sect, still in existence, who were always strongly religious. with faith in one God. and who strictly observed the Torah The Samaritan religion is closely akin to that of the Jews, the chief difference being that the cult of the former centers about Geriiim, while that of the Jews centers about Zion. and that the Samaritan canon of the scriptures is restricted Moshe Sharert (right), Foreign Minister of the State oi | is shown just before his return to Israel recently, special leather-bound album front Dr. Joseph ]. vice president oi the Israel Bond Organization. The | contains photographs and newspaper clippings from the communities thai Mr. Sharert visited in the United! and Canada. Sharett's tour included a stop at Miami, i the Jewish community learned about the importance oil in Israel's drive toward economic independence. Ephraim. with the city of Shechem and its mountains, figured in the ~ „. earliest history of the Hebrews; to the Pentateuch or Five Books .... .. ,. ... ,. that here the first Israelite altars were erected, and that these were of Moses and the Book of Jeshua. The later writings, including the i „. ,K„ r> i— ~A .h. 'he specific parts of the Land of < vary and ceremonials may prophets, the Psalms and other „ : \T _, L ,. L /„ L ^ in Turkey or in Morocco, a, York or in London, in Ye Mount Gerizim. the rituals < over recall the symbolists) Festival of Freedom. Cost A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL >i \m. vm i AlOf and KWIK I III K V MOKI s "One in Your Neighborhood" MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA Promise mentioned by Moses in but Passover has always fctj the wilderness. within the soul of Jews a I It is this strange group, now liberty. It has always beliefs and pract.ces. it seems' numbering a handful of souls. arth of Jews ,s cxprwadl strange that there ha* existed the which continues to this day. to ob:over_ that has ^Fnethtetf] Biblical books are repudiated by the Samaritans as uninspired In view of the similarity m their t uric 4 animosity between the Jews and the Samaritans, but in the .mimosity that invariably exists between an original and a schism. The Samaritans and other Jews became enemies who despised one Continued fromPe*'C| To All ... A Most Happy Passover MACK CONSTRUCTION CO. 6462 S.W. 8th STIEET MAX STEIN, Owner PHOWE MO 145*1 serve Passover in a manner which devotion to the ideal, of I Jews ceased practicing almost two '" thousand years ago. 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"* ants .f the once great tribe of l" 1 ** prescribed in, the Bible.. were given little opportune Ephraim, and the split between 'Since their Temple was destroyed, ply the knowledge J %  "< them and the Jews came about they have '•kiniseh" or synagogue much time *jJ*T through the maladministration of where the religious rites are car-, and were compelled to put the priesthood by Bli'l sons Fol 1*4*1 <'• All their Passover ceretheir energies into won w lowers of Judaism, as we know it.! monies are observed in a camp'arduous scholastic preparai are looked upon as dissenters fromI which is established on the side of, qu j te unnecessary. the pure faith of Israel, and the Mount Gerizim. Britain a | s0 has a number forming ofa center of worship in The moral and spiritual worth _.. j 0 not Jerusalem by Judah is condemned of Israel's festivals have become a ;y*shivotn. • on the ground that the land of vital part of Jewish life. Whether produce a great numoer^ TO ALL ... 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Page IOC >i**i4,tkrk*ni *"V PASSOVER GREETINGS ... to commemorate the enduring spirit of independence FEDERU MIUGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NOW... 4 OFFICES IN DADE COUNTY 1100 Lincoln Road. 7474 Collins Ace., 425 41tt St., Miami Beach In North Miami Beach 1966 .V. E. 163rd St. TO ALL A HAPPY TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. SERVICE PHONE PI 1-5571 2S1 N. E. 73rd Street Miami Mortimer May of Nashville (third from left), as he presented the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds annual William J. Shroder Memorial Award to Edwin Rosenberg of New York (center), chairman of a committee which affected the consolidation of major Jewish migration agencies into United HIAS. Looking on are Mrs. Engel (right), Edward M. M. Warburg i and Mrs. Louis Broido. Since the conso tion, handling of migration problems been vastly facilitated in the U.S. abroad. [LATH RES ONCE (Mil OUT OF SHEER NECESSITY TO ALL GREETINGS Dixie (.as Corporation Moe Longer 405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gables HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. John V. Horde man and John V. Hardeman, Jr. 6 Months Avro Liability Policy 2722 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 83-4607 BIST WISHES YELLOW CAB Cft. Iromerly Checker Cob VUMI-Phone FR 4-4141 MIAMI BIACH-JC 13411 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS AL PFLBU6EI TAXIDERMIST 15899 N.E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone 816-5991 By BEN JOSEPH Thirty years ago. people spoke about the growth of Tel Aviv and Haifa. More recently. Americans returning from Israel have been saying "Watch Beer>-heha Now the focus i> beginning to shift to the extreme end of the-Negeb. the Red Sea port of Elath. On that first Passover, when the Israelites crossed over the Red Sea. it was these shores of Elath that first gladdened their heart. •Then Moses sang." the Bible writes. The Egyptians are still around. their cannons stationed in the Straits of Tiran. challenging any -hipusing the waters but the new brae] is undeterred. You may say th;it modern Israel has reversed the ancient procedure. The I-rael Hithen entered by w;i> of Klath. now they have worked their wny there from the other end. In King Solomon .lays. Klath w.ian important place. It was there the Jewish -overiyn received the Queen of Sheba. when -lie paid her historic visit. Tradition has it that -he came to pay her respects to the monarch whose wisdom had Income far-famed. Modern scholarthink there was a business end to the visit also, that it is very likely that Solomon and the Queen 'of Sheba concluded a commercial treaty, perhaps dealing with the FOR READY-MLXED CONCRETE PHONE HI 8-2080 Allied Concrete Products, Inc. 3087 S.W. 28th Lame, Miami. Florida (One Block North of Dixie Highway) FRANK S. WUELKER. President I export of copper from Israel. The ; King Solomon copper mines for a long time were regarded as fictitious: but. after the establishment of the Jewish State, they were found to be very real. Copper mining was an important activity in ancient Israel. Now. with the support of State of Israel Bonds, the 1 mines are being worked again. Elath will naturally grow with the development of the mining activity, and that activity in turn, in part, hinges on the development of i roads and transportation. If transportation costs are excessive, it becomes commercially unfeasible to work the mines. The recent building of the modern road from the Dead Sea to Beersheba, financed by Israel bonds, is a link in the chain. Above all. Israel is looking to the development of Elath from the standpoint of its facilities. Many yean ago the fact was noted that Klath. then existing only as a geographical point, was a potential rival to the Suez. At the same time this was regarded even by its exponents as scarcely real enough to be taken seriously. But today. Israel is serious on few things so much as she is on this very point If Israel is to develop her foreign trade with Asia and Africa—and it is primarily with those areas that Israel hopes to do most of the expanding—Elath becomes almost a j necessity. In that respect, ii ; of reversing the ancient proa ; Israel is walking in the steps* forebears. It may not be very] before visitorlike the !" Sheba will come again to tj conclude commercial deals. To no little degree, it MM said that Kgypt is aiding %  I | development of Klath by


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,23. 1956 + 3v*Uhn^M a ~„ Pagel3C w.rp we cannot conWb %ifected-"busi, ni m to app al < ,irect, J r '' f^d persistently. M; #advance that PherfS listen We know J only that Russia spoilSess of world opinion "~T r a is increasing, ienier for the Soviets toore the represenUiiiani/ation or a govIten to ignore masses of I continuously. Each _ed read, translated. Kj reported. First we st our own conscience, hope that the Soviets —ijt in their interest to %  But they certainly *|to a nonexistent religious argument — ,ple go to serve Me"— n t and least irritating. to go where their J^-attend religious We they wouldn't have ltbe Sabbath and Yom our request to the Jf emigrate, to keep Qnue clear. Tfce end of World War "(.Hungarian Jews were _Fteleascil in exchange .["trucks, bul the over-all U the Allies forbad* the present wo have less ever before not to Mily for our brothers. [BO*, thank God, a buyer |sh emigrant^. We must Urgent appeal for the -pf exit for every Jew >-ha> relatives elsewhere u explore — and dis^thf power of our aroused maetiial operation. Tent iclaxed atmosphere Soviet Union provides |the.mo>t opportune time of our captive felF— if ve really care. '(hiPassover season nature iabit to come fp, let us also begin te care we -h;ill with |#Nmi that the hour of I for our kin hastruck: ptew of release for our Uit.' pent up .Ii'wishness If we show that we I we Ina; be privileged ^r how to overcoriM hosIW peculiarly Jewish, •i\e. pacific p^I force. Wer-wTitin'_" mUBt be enThe Committee will receive lists of people dw themselves to write Mo letters a month. A p nun should be desig"'Mch group „f seven to • The lists should be sent to the Committee for Release of Russian Jewry, Room 903, 507 Fifth Avenue, N.Y.G. 17, N.Y. It isn't claimed that the letterwriting program provides a panacea — but isn't it the very least that we can — and must — del A delightful legend is current among Jewish children. It claims that the castaways will be led out of the lands of dispersion over, a bridge of paper. If we really care and use the Bridge of Letters wide: ly t it can prove very effective. Perhaps the very notion that, in i in a world of postal service, any nation can successfully isolate itself from outside influence is nothing but a myth, while the legend of a "Paper Bridge" in this instance may become true reality. In the absence of one Moses on the current scene, it devolves upon each of us to plead "Let our people go!" EL*TH—CITY RISES ORE AGAIN Continued from f*ego IOC tions with human beings are concerned. Thus, the shark is a favorite denizen of its waters. This big fish has a very evil reputation among some people as a man eater. Israelis say its reputation in this regard is exaggerated, and the shark really has some admirable qualities—if not in the moral area, at least in the economic. Shark leather makes good hand bags and purses, and the inner organs f the shark abound in useful vitamins. Elath has become also a kind of experimental laboratory foe the development of desert agriculture. lit has a unique museum, devoted .entirely to plants and natural {phenomena of the desert. Israeli scientists are experimenting around Elath in the growth of plants suitable for desert areas. Elath stands at a scenic spot. It I faces the Red Sea, whose name is something of a misnomer. It is 'actually mostly blue, but there are red tints in the waters here and there reflecting the colors from the surrounding mountains. Here, Israel once had a rendezvous with history. Today, history seems to be ; repeating itself. First group of Falaaha children to return to Israel since the establishment of the Jewish State now leam the life of their new land at Bessie Gotsfeld Children's Village and Farm School at Raanana. Brought from Massawa, Abyssinia by Youth Aliyah. they smile happily over the prospect of celebrating Passover in their Land of Redemption. Greetings To Our kwi*h Friends and I 1 **** MARKS ICO. ll W.2ndStreot *+• OwriMel %  'MelletiM %  %  •* Mariat EaflMt IS?* MARINE ,INC J*** AVENUE C A, l..Ur Mttl TO All CtEtTINCS PEDRO ESTRADA comm VENEZUELAN MJSOHI •IffTINII TO ALL MEL • IACI • HERMAN KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Arm* PWM Ft 4-51V7 %  **> To All. Greetings TROPICAL CHEVROLET MIAMI'S MOST MODERN "Serving Greater Miami" Phone 89-9721 8880 Biscay** Boulevard To All Our Friends, Patrons, Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER General Insulating Company T \ H Km %  • 2119 N.W. 22nd STREET PHONE NE 4-9741 : TO All SEASON'SIf ST WISM S 11135 W. 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March 211956_ +J*ls*nr>rkMyn Page 5 A noun THD 03"U 5J a/n^ ok* MIAMI come to Jordan marsh for foods that are Kosher for Passover ippvr's Vassovcr rhorolates lected Dark Chocolates, 12 oz 1 .55 llectcd Dark Chocolates, 24 oz 3 .00 kdial Cherries, 12 oz 1 .55 kocolalc Matzohs, 12 oz 1 .55 Hzoh Balis. 12 oz 1 .75 hiit Cocktail, 12 oz 1 .85 m Almonds, 12 oz 1 .55 ^coa Filberts, 12 oz 1 -55 lial Varieties, 12 oz 1 .25 Wed Lentils, 12 oz -125 iri'tfo Poulos glaee fruits ] jtorted Glace Fruit* 1 lb 1 -85 fsorted Glaee Fruits, 2 lb 3 .49 JI Stuffed Prunes, 1 lb 65 Kfcd Prunes and Apricots, 1 lb I 65 [aJnut Topped Dates, 1 lb I 10 m Topped Dates, 1 lb 1 1 0 put T,,pp L( i Dates, bulk lb. 9 8c m Topped Dates, bulk lb 98c p Topped Dates, bulk lb 9 8c pimallow Prunes, bulk lb. l M ^mallow. Apricots, bulk lb. 1 35 Miorowitz-Maraareten Passover products* \ world-famous for Kashruth and Quality Matzohs, 12 oz. box .39C Matzohs, 5 lb. box .1.95 Matzohs Whole Wheat, 12 oz. box 4 5c Matzohs Egg, 12 oz. box 5 3c Matzoh Meal, Matzoh Farfcl or Cake Meal, 1 lb. .39c Potato Pancake Mix, 4 oz. -..:.. .19c Sponge Cake Mix, 12 oz ,.-.-. .49c Knoedlach (Pareve) 6 oz. tin 3 3c Potato Starch, 12 oz. pkg 2 9c Egg Noodles, 8 oz. pkg ,. w ,... 35c Barley Noodles, 8 oz. pkg 3 5c Chicken Soup with Matzoh balls, lOVa oz. tin 2 9c Chicken Soup, clear, lO'/a oz. tin 2 9c Soup Nuts, 1 oz. pkg -19c Gefiltcfish, 15 oz. tin 5 9c Black Pepper, White Pepper, oz. 1 5c Cinnamon, oz 1 5c Ginger, oz = • %  • • 1 5c Paprika, oz — ,. .15c Sour Salt, oz ... 15c Tea Bags • -29c Coffee, 11) V. •<• • 1 1 9 Honey, 8 oz. jar <•• • •<• • -35c Honey, 1 lb. jar 5 9c Strawberry Preserves, 12 oz. 4 9c Cherry or Raspberry Preserves, 12 oz. „..-.... .47c Grape Jam, 12 oz %  3 5c Macaroons, 15 oz. box 9 5c Chocolate Macaroons, 15 oz. box 9 5c Jordan Marsh, Fine Foods, Street Floor. •



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Page_8E_ +js*lst>p?£l4&£= ii^Y'Ha* J4Y LOUIS BINDIR lorber Chapter Annual lunch Lorhrr chapter oi the Jewish \. tional Home for Asthmatic h;i e itannual donor lunchrhursdaj in the Imperial m oi the Eden Roc hotel Jim Preddy sang and played the tar There was also a fashion w coordinated and commented Edith Applebaom of 11• Charm Modeling Agencj ol 'oral Gables, luring styles from Daniels department store. Mrs. Leonard Deutseh provided the piano accompaniment. Chairman of the luncheon was Mrs. Morton Stubins A Happy Paaover To All Our Friends and Patrons TERMINEX SERVICE, INC. 2160 N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI Phone NE 5-4538 H. 0. Earnest World's Largest in Termite Control Mitzvali Spiritual Leaders Attend Binder Ear Mitzvah Bar MttsvaB of Jay Louis Binder, ton ol Mr, and Mrs A Finley Binder, Washington, D.C., took place Saturday morning, Jan 14, at Mishkan Torah Synagogue m \\ ashington. i .,.,,1read the entire Portion oi the I aw, recited the Haftorah I iated at MllSSSi W I Guest Bpeaker was Rabbi Ephraim Shimoff, Astoria, Long Island, \ \ dose friend "i the Binders, who was Introduced bj Rabbi Z. Green, Mishkan Torah spiritual i r In addition, speakers included Rabbis M Sandhaus, Joshua IP rtsberg, .Mired facobs, A K. K. liner. Jason Green and c Williamows Out "i towi "'"'re Mrs. shochet, Louis' grandmothI er, Miami Beach; Prod K Shochet, an uncle, Miami. Mrs Harrj (; '' Miami. Mrs. l-illie Bltimen. krani aunt, and Mr. and Mca. Mil ton lleim.in. aunt and uncle. Lawrence, Long Island, N.Y.; Af 'thur Silver, grand uncle. Lexington, \ i Rabbi and Mrs E Shimoff. with son Eliol and daughter Barbara. Astoria Bahbi and Mca, Joshua Hertzberg, eousins, Bayslde, I Island and Mr. and Mrs. I Shavrick and son Louis, Mr and Mrs. M Silverman. Mrs. Anne Shochet and son Stephen, Mrs Deborah Hartman. Daniel Kurland. Miss Re Shochet. Dr Shabse Kurland and Brrrry Schreiber. all of Baltimore. Md. A buffet supper in honor of the Bar Mitzvah was held Saturday evening at his home. ,\l cll""l e MAKK rVICKMAN Mcrk W-ckman Bar Mitzvah at Temple Israel Mark Brent \\ icKinan. KM Of Dr. and Mrs. William V ickman. 1600 West 24th st Sunset Island :<. will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. Mar. 24, Of Temple Israel Kalihi Joseph i; Narol will officiate. Mark ifl an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High School, where hfl ian active participant in the school's athletic pro and also in the athletic program of Polo park, having won numerous ribbons for sporting events. ', A luncheon for the family and friends of the Bar Mitzvah will be held in the Temple auditorium following services Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manshel and son Stephen. West Orange, N.J.; i Mr. Morton H. Farrier, New York City; Mrs. l>eon Brint. Rochester, i N.Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I. I arber. Flushing, L.I. BjajajBjjssjjgaiajgi I TO PARAPHRASI A FAMOUS SAYING ... "When Passover Comes-Can VocotionTim. Be FARR Behind?" The Farr Family EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY and fakes tills eepertenJfir to remind the many hitnit md ,, FARR TOURS AND TRAVEL SERVICE to call M them ft any assistance with their travel plans Whether a visit to ISRAEL, EUROPE OR OUR SISTER COUNTRIES TO THE SOUTR •or facilities art always at your service ice Farr Tours and Travel Servi 2315 Coilina Avenue 6638 Collins Arena. Phone UN 6-1472 & IE 1-5327 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS I:KH G. 1111:1st 11 PAINTING. AND DECORATING MM N.W. 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Karsten is an eighth I grade student at Miami Beach j Junior High and attends Tem1 pie Emanu-El religious school. GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS II. of. Wainwright A Sons 313S Commodore Plata Coconut Grove Phono 83-1621 Holiday Greetings CORAL GABLES LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING CO. 250 MINORCA AVENUE Phone HI 6-6458 CORAL GABLES ut 5-D Premium into your and bserve the tremendous | power increase hich this remarkable gasolene ei nobles your engine to give. You'll 'oil up a new economyj i—t record, too! W ONLY CITIES SERVICE NEW 5-D PREMIUM HAS AIL 5 HIGH COMPRESSION FEATURES: 1. Extrtt High Octane 2. Anti-Carbon 3. Anti-Rust 4. Anli-Stallmg 5. Upper-Cylinder Lubricant Up to 10% to 20% more power and mileagel CITIES SERVICE DEALER IMPRINT



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Page 2E 300 Women Finalize Plans for Israel More than 300 members of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds' women's division this week finalized plans for their 1056 "kickoff" affair, scheduled Apr. 5 at the ALgian hotel. A Bonds Voyage party, under the chairmanship oj Mrs. Harry Platoff. will feature the awarding nt Chen Charms to more than 40 leading saleswomen for the Israel Bond drive. Mrs, Anna Brenner Mi chairman ol the women's division, Wednesday called on those women who are Dealing their first or a new Chen charm to "make every effort to reach the S2.500 unit mark prior to the meeting." Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakaris will he hid farewell at the Bonds Voyage meeting. The former president of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah will leave for Israel next Mi as part "I a national leadership tour. Mrs. Max WeitZ, program chairman. Mrs, Samuel Host, chairman Sponsors, and Mrs. Monte Selig, honorarj chairman of the Women's i>n ision, Joined Mrs. Meyers in a • mei i calling <>n Greater Miawomen "to marshal! their lull [or i ''l Independence i Month." The ceU bration will L pril through mid%  ;iof a S] wh i h w 1956 will be announcality v + k T l*tfhrkllaii_ Miami Women at Council Conference Mrs. Samuel C.ertman. administratfW vice president of Nation al Comcil "I Jewn* Women. headed the delegates < k center Hostesaaa foi the day will be Mrs AJbert Ladd and Mi Robert F Cole. kU MATZ0S, MATZ0 PRODUCTS, COFFEE, NUTS in tact the Finest Kosher Passover Wines, Imported and Domestic YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS ma/ be obtained at the ROSE DALE 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET HAROLD PONT PHONE 9-7996 IRVIN GORDON fRll DU.IVf.RY ON AIL ORDERS Of S10.00 Off MOffE -VPASSOVER MEALS MADE EASY ROKEACH Borscht... New Redi-Jelled Gefillte Fish. S oups and Sauces... m enus made so easy...so simple with wonderful ROKEACH variety... Passover becomes a pleasurable holiday for the housewife who makes good use of ROKEACH PASSOVER products. 86 Years • 86 Products ROKEACH Borscht.. .Gefillte Fish.. .Herring...Nyafat.. B Kosher Soaps. ..Foaming Cleanser... ..*. *C* : '* Kosher New Pickles.. .Canned Fruits.. .Preserves... Chicken Soups... Tomato & Mush room Sauce....' Silver Polish. ..Scouring Pads..* ftVUfcW* Spices... Macaroons... Etc. i ROKEACH ""•HER CONO N ^i MKltIH$OU CLEAR REACH FOR 'AoJbeCiyt' *UM00 Send for FREE PASSOVER RECIPE BOOKLET and 8-DAY MENU to P. O. Box 711-J, Flushing, New York I. ROKEACH t SONS. INC.. New York, N. Y., Farmingdale, N. J., Toronto, Canada nOB*? TOD Ttordens Extends HOLIDAY GREETINGS and 'S DAII announces that only th* products tearing the following eaimt Homogenized Milk Fortified Skimmed Milk • Heavy Cream • Butter • Cottage Cheese Pasteurized Milk ^ • Light Cream f** • Sour Cream \ "' • Eggs Supervised ant Indorsed by (he GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Ol Kosher for Passover RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOYSK1 Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, takes aertoool of the order of Kaskruth Mashgichim are tokiag cars of Kashruth at the forms tei tko pasteurizing and bottling plants Tell Your Driver or Place Your Order Now Ask for Borden's of Your Neighborhood Sfore PHONE PI 7-1611 Good Any Time 6S PICKLED, IMMj^^ UCLUSIVl DISTRIBUTORS Of THl SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO, I 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH HERMAN PEARL PHONES: *Stm ,„,



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Page 16 B +Je1stncrldtiarL rri ^Y.MaJ GLOBAL SHORTS NE WS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS BONN (.ITA)—Although West Germany now admits visitors from many countries without prior issuance of a visa, she is not willing t>> relax visa requirements for Israeli nationals. Federal Minister of the Interior Dr. Gerhard Schroeder has informed the Social Democratic opposition. In sponsoring a Social Democratic motion to abolish the need for entry visas in the case of Israeli visitors. Bundestag deputy Dr. Karl Mummer argued that "we have moral obligations toward the citizens of Israel that should prompt us to handle this matter as liberally as possible." PARIS (.ITA)—The French Government has informed Syria that France believes that if Israel resumes work on the hydroelectric development propect on the Jordan River it will be violating the armistice agreement and flouting a Security Council decision forbidding such work, it was learned here. It is believed that the French note is almost identical to statements made to Syria by the United States and Britain. ROME (JTA>—The best wishes of Italian Jewry to Pope Tins XII on the occasion of his 80th birthday were voiced here this weekend by Chief Rabbi F.lio Toaff. in a specially-arranged nationwide broadcast. Eugene Zolli, former Chief Rabbi of Rome, who converted to Catholicism in 1945. died here Friday. He was 75 years old. Horn Israel Zolli, in Poland, he changed his first name to Eugene, in honor of Pope Pius XII, at the time of his conversion. Zolli. who was first a rabbi in Trieste, was named chief rabbi here in 1940, and taught Hebrew at the University of Rome at that time. LONDON (JTA>—The Archbishop of Canterbury headed a list of prominent British Christina church leaders who greeted the AngloJewish community on the occasion of the tercentenary of the return of the Jews to England. The Archbishop's greetings and thOM "f the Other church leaders, including the Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council, which encompasses 23.000 churches in England and Walts, and the Moderator of the Chiinh of Scotland, were published in "Common Ground," publication oi the Council of Christians and Jews. ON WE AMERICAN SCENE SEATTLE (JTA)—Superior Court Judge Howard J Findlcy has ruled thai "captive" religious services shall not be allowed in the county jail and has upheld the Kinu County prison rule that all religious services are to be held in the chapel. In effect, this banned evangelistic services in corridors and "tanks" of the jail, following a suit brought by a county jail inmate. William Harvey Rhea. 25, a roofer serving a year on vagrancy and assault charges, against 19 religious organizations which held their services in the jail corridors and "tanks." MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTA)—Uruguay's diplomatic mission in Israel will be moved to Jerusalem, it was reported here. Decision to move the Legation was communicated by telephone to Israel Minister Matathuahu Hindes, who is now convalescing from an illness in a medical clinic here. The decision was front page news in Uruguayan papers. The newspaper "Accion." commenting on the move, said that it implied the full recognition of the Jewish State's sovereignty. "La Manama," another daily here, said that the Government's decision had been taken despite representations to the contrary made by the United .Stales and Great Britain. NEW YORK (JTA)— Internal differences within the Zionist Organization of America emerged into the open when Louis Lipsky, Louis E. Levinthal. Dcwey D. Stone, and Ezra Shapiro issued a joint statement announcing that their group—the "Independent Liberal Zionist Group" had decided not to appear on the ZOA slate of delegates to the forthcoming World Zionist Congress and had filed a separate list of "an independent group committed to a liberal Zionist program." These Zionist leaders also announced that they propose to call, following the World Zionist Congress, a constituent conference lor the purpose of establishing an Independent Zionist Organization in the United States. MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTAVThe largest Jewish conference in the history of Latin America opened here with well over 1,000 delegates gathering to mobilize support for Israel in its current crisis and to express solidarity with the Israeli people. Uruguayan President Dr. Alberto Zuviria and other government officials received a delegation representing Jews of a number of different Latin American countries The delegation expressed to Dr. Zuviria the satisfaction of all Jews at the recent transfer of the Uruguayan Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, thus recognizing the latter city as Israel s capital. BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—A delegation representing the Argentine Jewish community called on Minister of the Interior Dr. Eduardo Busso last weekend and presented him with a memorandum calling his attention to anti-Semitic propaganda being spread in the Argentine by the German-language magazine "Der Weg." The delegation pointed out that the monthly, which originates in this country, is banned from West Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and a number of other countries because of its slanderous attacks on Jews. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (JTA)—A party of 13 American Jewish soldiers who are in Israel on a training mission were given a special Purim reception at ZOA House here. The soldiers, all stationed in the Munich area and who arrived in Israel in a United States Air Force plane, broad cast messages to their families over the services of the Israel Govern ment radio system, Kol Israel. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel Premier David Ben Gurion warned King Hussein of Jordan that any attempt by Jordan to attack Israel would be met appropriately." He sounded this warning after the Jordan radio announced that the King had dismissed Britain's General John Glubb—the famed Glubb Pasha—as commander of Jordan's Arab Legion because he had defied a royal demand to reorganize the Arab Legion "to tneet the danger" of Israel. At the same time, Israel warned Syria that if the Syrians do not cease firing on Israel fishing boats at Lake Tiberias and do not return a captured Israel boat together with four wounded Israelis, then Israel would have no other choice but to silence the fire itself and rescue the wounded. m &f J Dance troupe of Young Judaea, with leader* Stanley Saal and Dena Serotta are (left to right) Adrienne Allen, Elayne Blumbo, Sarah Bobson, Barbara Cypen Marelene Eisanberg, Ann Greenhouse, Trudy Greenhouse, i Rochelle Greenstein. Janet 1 Meyer. 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Page 6 A Silver to Report On Progress of Yeshiva Schools Greater Miami Friends of Yeshiva University and a committee of winter visitors to South Florida Will join Thursday night. Mar. 29, in a reception for one of the university's outstanding trustees, Charles II. Silver. Silver, president of the hoard of education ot New York City. will arrive in Miami Beach early Friday lor the Sterling hotel meeting. Silver, who also ipresident of Beth Israel hospital in New York, will confer with numerous Yeshiva leaders in Florida for the Passover holidays. A second reception in his honor i< scheduled for the Waldman Crown hotel Thursday night, Apr. 5. I-itlor Etra. brother of Yeshiva board chairman Max Ktra. and a loundcr of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is chairman of next week's meeting and cocktail party at the Sterlil Hyman Kolko and Sol Fur-t. fellow members on the board with Silver, are working on both the Sterling and Waldman crown committees. Etra pointed out that both meetings will be open to the public. Silver will report on Yeshiva'i rapid academic and physical I \ ion, highlighted b) the announcement made m Miami !! %  last month of new dormitorj construction, accept.,nif ot the KinMCOMl das-, anil an %  [-..toil program oi the Si College lor Women. Gov. Collins Opens Campaign Here Cov. LeRoy Collins arrives in Miami tinweek to begin his cam. [or reelection in Dade county. County campaign chairman Mai lory Hortnn Mid that C.ov. Collins would make several talks before groups in Miami and Miami Beach. %  Bd then ad.Irea huge rally of campaign supporters and followers Thursday night at Bayfront Park auditorium. %  S ince (iov Collins' time for paigning la very limited due to the pressing business of the State, be will not he able to remain at any one place too long," Horton explained. Got Coffins will leave here early Friday momlng and make brief -top in Ft. Lauderdale and Weal Palm Beach before returning to Tallahassee. INFANTS, CMUBMT HI 66227 R i MJOOBTA nuxc^BiJ SUIT FOR DlVORCt A UK „, 0RC E TO: N,„,.,..,,. AHniU I i.,^. v L'tk& your MacYicar Feted At'Testimonial me-300 peop4e^:t4tenoVd a testimonial luncheon Friday honoring '' unty C ioner I. n Maclh Bisi r.i Terrace ho tel. MacYicar was pi a his services to Dade connt) during the len years in which he has %  d aj i M> commisi r Mi dm both World Wars, and indecorations include the Bronz Star and. the Pistin • eat was c c e.dited with being "a leader m many civic %  'lent-, including Internsral Airport, bade cbiffity audfim, Viscaya, Jackson Memorial hospital, Count) Parks system and rial highways." C. V W. T ed amaster of cremonies. v Stanley N. Bookbinder has been elected a vice president of the Mercantile National Bank, %  oi Miami. Bookbinder has been | connected with Mercantile Na-' tional for nearly 20 years, hav-1 ing been an assistant vice president of the bank since October. 1952. B'nai B'rith Slates 'Get-Out-Vote' Drive Edward S. Klein. Miami attorney and financial secsetarj of Bholem lodge, B'nai B'rith. habeen appointed chairman of the '.'get-outthe vote'" drive for B'nai B'rith in this area by the South Florida B'nai B'rith Council Klein has announced the appoint of Oralrl FT.inklin and Milton Friedman as members of his commit t> Klein Wednesday urged that all members oi B'nai B'rith vote and remember the following facts: Fir.-t Republican and Democratic primary is May}) "Mav 2f) are run oil-. General election iNov. 6. In -order so note m either the primary or the general election. persons mu-t be regi^terjed voters' here in Dade county. To be eligible to register re-idents must have rived in the State of Florida for one year and in Dade county for sixth months. A sworn statement of these facts will be sufficient proof. If a resident has already registered here, but has not voted in lour years, he must re-Ye'gisrer. If residents have moved within the past year—even wiOiin the old precinct—they must re-register. Shafkin Names Campaign Officer At i meeting of his workers Tuesday evening Louis shafkin. candidate for constable in District 5. revealed that he had named Max Bernstein ahicampaign treasurer. A long-time resident of Miami h, Bernstein has been for associated with the advertising, publicity and promotion departmentot Lucky Strike cigarettes. The tren-urer currently ifinancial secretarj oi the "14" club oi Miami Beach, and residein his own home at 6034 Pine Tree dr. In addressing the meeting of, worker-, the candidate stressed his intention ot restoring dignity and respectabilit) to the office of constable." Hebrew Academy Students Sfoge Passover Ploy I Fourth grade Mudent* of the Hebrew Academy will present a playlet. "QvonklM ..t Phhrnth'' la honor ot Passover Friday. I The playlet Will be given in Hebrew with brief explanations In i-h. Author is Rehaven A.li.l. fourth grade instructor at the Academy. 'ticipating will be David Azrak. Shlomo ('apian. Paul Ciment Leon Bn, Jacob Farter. Sarah reigenbaum. Martin Greenberg ,Leon Kassin. Ronald Kat/. Joel Kornreich. Jerrold Kramer. Bruce Landesman. Haul Margel. Stephen .Mechanic. Steven Mirmelli. Joyce (Name-, Joseph Neustein. Virginia Pames, Benjamin Stone, Kenneth Sussman. Howard Wolfe and Edward Zemel. Rbbi Alexander S. Grow, principal, will introduce the program. Gold Coast Luxury Now in Reach of Every Home Buyer An incredible step—bringing I Gold (oast luxury to average homeowners—is Miami Beach's I newest headline news in the home field At a reported price of $20,000. 500 three bedroom, patio homes are being constructed by the Mint7cr family on Parkview Island, Miami Beach's last remaining tropical i-le situated on Indian Creek ju-t a yaeht-length off 73rd st. in the heart of the Cold Coat The new "island homes." designed hy architects. Leonard H. Glasser and Robert L. Glasser. coo-J tain these luxury features: huge \ slidinc glass doors leading into a' landscaped patio, two baths arul^ downstairs powder room with built-in lavatory and vanity, master bedroom with private balcony nioei closetwith 8-feet high s|j<|jn doors and central air-conditioning and northern heating from a sjoisa leas three-ton Chrysler AirTemp unit. The kitchen's free equipment includea (IK dishwasher, wall oven.! birehwood cabinets studded with' hammered copper and. outside, thej new concrete Sani-Garb bin. Added i for the homemaker is a utility laundry room and rear drying yard Optional is the built-in refitor. Constructed in four-home groupings, each home runs almost 1.800 square feet. The first floor is a luxurious expanse of terrawo entered by a front patio and foyer. Sliding glass doors lead into a family patio like a private garden fullyenclosed by ''breathing" concrete louvres fur fullest privacy and ventilation. Upstairs, floors are fine hardwood The three bedrooms each have three large cloaeta including %  Walk-in. Sliding closet door^ are Novalpy, a leading warp-free door recently developed. Although secluded on the water, Parkview Island iJust a block from a school and synagogue, four blocks to the ocean, two blocks from the main 71st st. highway leading to the 73th st. causeway, and a short walk to Normandy I-ie Park, golf course, swimming pool an rid denial .1whu h elth-r 'f j I '.• • %  M \i.;> i.N ("I iW \\". I.ltll.t I ',.'. I li .no: kbl' JJHIKCS a i % %  unty. anil I I Mil.Count N I loriaa, wit iiiiinii %  rrom th dt fil st pllllll' at demands In i ont.iin th l*aJ| of the claimant and t" b V WAN AH Kxn Mot at the U nt o( i "l i\\ w MTP.R8 HE MAN A K.M'IAII -. .I'.'ld lilda Miami. FTi Attorn, mil I I'W \KI % &f REV. WM. W. 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liBwiisltUEIIiDiciidliigun ,30, Number 12 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida, Friday. March 23. 1956* PRICE: SI.00 MOVER SERVICE SCHEDULE i ittr Miami Jewry will ushar in Passovar at sarvicts in of Worship here early Monday evening. Tha observance Sibbath services this waakand, known as "Shabbat I" For full schedola of Patsovar worship datails, saa >9-12. a* ,?V iparticipate in ancient festival of Passover. Along [them, lews throughout the world will mark Israel's from Egypt ond slavery beginning Monday evening. I four questions asked by these children—"What is ent about this night?"—heightens significance of Jewish under Pharaoh. For today, with the Jewish republic a, her Egyptian enemy of old vows again: Death to I boy and girl at National Jewish Hospital in Denver a member in preparation of first seder Monday eveP'te illness, they take time out to observe Passover ilif^hesinto Jewish antiquity. PRESIDENT CALLS EOR POWER TO USE OWN DISCRETION Eisenhower Asks Congress for Middle East, Africa Fund as Observers Say Move Will Offer 'Quiet' Aswam Aid WASHINTON (JTA) — President Kisenhower. in his foreign aid message to Congress this week, asked for a special fund of $100,000,000 for use in the Middle East or Africa at his own discretion. This Ml ^een in some quarters as a device conceived by the State Department to gain funds for the Aswan WAS LIBERATOR OF THE NEGEV Israel War Hero is Scheduled To Appear at Mass Community Rally on Miami Beach Thursday Brig. Gen. Yigal AUon. whoso heroic military feats have enshrined him aa permanent figure in world history, will headline the brilliant program at the Combined Jewish Appeal •'Community Assembly" on Thursday. Mar. 29. "Greater Miami's response to Israel's call" is the stirring theme., of the giant emergency community assembly. The mass meeting has been called by Jewish leaders in cognizance of the crisis facing Israel, the tragdam development in Cgypt while evading the necessity for going directly to Congress for this specific controversial purpose. Mr. Eisenhower explained his request for the special fund as follows: "The Middle East and Africa •• are areas in which it is especially | important to build new strength friendly to us. There is need for an adequate fund which can be used to assist in meeting special economic problems that may arise in those regions. The United States RlUSt lie in a position to act promptly to help the governments in tins area in their efforts to find solutions for economic and social problems. I therefore recommend creation of a special fund of $100,000,000 to lie available for use in any part of the Middle East or Africa Continued on Paga 2A — — FINAL PHASE Combined Appeal Hopes to Reveal $1,225,000 in Till A new Combined Jewish Appeal total of $1,225,000 was reported at an enthusiastic all-division workers rally Wednesday evening. The CJA cabinet expressed some optimism that the drive had an excellent chance of surpassing last year's total of $1,251,000 before a giant community rally here Mar. 29. "We must win this second campaign for $500,000 lest the thousands of men and women depending on us are trapped in North Africa and kept from entering Israel," chairman Sam J. Heiman declared at the meeting. "If our volunteer army fails to achieve the strength required, and last year's contributors are not solicited, we may lose and welfare agencies may ed to curtail their services. "I am calling upon every con Continued on Pa§a 3 A ic fate which confronts thousands of Jews in tension ridden North Africa and the grave emergency in the explosive Middle East ittuation. Sponsors of the meeting will be the Combined Jewish Appeal and all member organizations titillated vith the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it has been jointly announced by CJA chairman Sam J Heiman and Federation president Stanley C. Meyers. Joining with the Combined Jewish Appeal in sponsorship of the emergent BCBlbly will be the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, the Zionist Council of South Florida Continued on Paga 7 A GIN. YIGAL AUON JOINT NCRAC-SYNAGOGUE REPORT PUBLISHED Reveal Stand on Religion In Public Schools System NEW YORK (JTA)—The Synagogue Council of America and the ro.md n0 Ud 0, 55 l, ncalth National Community Relations Advisory Council jointly announced the !? agencies may be-fore publication of a compilation of their positions on religion and the publie school. At the same time, they warned Wednesday that u nwise or ill-timed actions in regard to religious intni-*^sions on public schools "may intenMM! HEARING NOT YET COMPLETELY Off THE BOORS Kustner Acquitted of Perjury Charges 1 of Isrwi ,)r R,K '" ,f Kastner. *torm Bitten h / """' -" nsi ""nal trial last year. 'intonnWl m "-'" ,ra, here <" e charge of ac sify problems without producing any positive results." The publication is a codification of the declarations of principle and statements of position jointly adopted by the two bodies over the past ten years. Opposition is expressed in the codification to the hi, r-i'7"" n *"" h,s trial. The charge in "-Joitehip, with s.S. G acquitted by a war crimes tribunal. %  ho Wj.v S.S. General Kurt *o! & H ,hat I)r Kastner personally Dr. K a i r v bohalf and secured his acner denied this and was charged |Btc& c h a res, < "< his denial. "* Ie "ne ot a series made by Malkiel Gruenwald against Kastner The m„.n cusation by Gruenwald was that Dr. Kastner DM saved an "elite" of Hungarian Jewry, Including hiown f"mily-at the expense of lulling Hungarian SSK f.,c rsASS&S! thUS ""VBSTJUm. or teaching of a -Z^XEZitZ'" himselfl-commoncore" of rel.g.ous fa„h; Teaching in the public school of moral and spiritual" values, "ob•factual" teaching 1C v'use of public school premises for j went on trial—ana was cir.m '""''[ nn a(1 ,jnst I religious purposes; religious prac General, who had brought the *^gfi*ffZ See! or observances, including Haifa in Trial Air Raid Drill TEL AVIV (JTA) — Haifa's first combined air raid drill has been carried out successfully. The test included simulated bombing carried out by units of the Israel Air Force, anti-aircraft battery operations, and all units of civil defense —fire brigade, first-aid police and raid wardens. The civil defense trial—and was cleared Israels Gruenwald. then lodged an appeal, still pending. _; units participated in the control of caused by the Continued on Paga 7 A fire-bomb damage mock attack.