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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 )
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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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SSOVER EDITION 5718
tewifelh-IEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE. JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 14
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 4, 1958
Passover Edition 5 Sections Price $1.00
s Tells Plan to Mark Syria-Israel Border;
\d Republic Calls for UN Talks to Review 'Aggression'
Meet
Fawzi
iva Fri.
t Teletype wire
flONSThe United
[was reported here
; to have sent a re-
Ifrom Cairo for a
Security Council
of alleged Israeli
the Lake Huleh
Syrian border.
jme, it was formal-
ere that Secretary
immarskjold, who
r. will go to Geneva
eel with UAR For-
[Mahmoud Fawzi,
that Htmmtrik-
with Dr. Fawzi
with the Syrien-
in me Huleh re-
len for the Sec-
said that the UN
Bawzi will discuss
II* East situation,
en their agenda
tetus of the UN
rce and the issue
shipping through
I and Gulf of
Idle East issues af-
Jgyptian-Syrian fed-
taken up in the
Irom the viewpoint
on Page A
CONCERN^
Urge
to Let
u'grate
1-(JTA)-A resolu-
te USSR to permit
of cultural contacts
|Jews of the Soviet
ry elsewhere in the
permit the departure
who want to settle
adopted here this
Zionist Actions Com-
Hnaking body of the
Beat between World
resolution expressed
ncern" over the con-
freed separation of
Jewish families, some
fmbers are in Israel
whom remain in Ru-
the promises of Ru-
en Pege I0A
TV and motion picture personality Eli Wallach observes for-
mer Miss America, Bess Myerson. remove a piece of matzoh
from Seder plate in preparation for Passover, which begins
sundown Friday. (See Sec. C E)
Nasser Offering No Hint
He's Willing to Compromise
NEW YORK(JTA>There is no hint on the part of Col. Nasser
of a compromise with Israel, C. L. Sujzbergsr, chief foreign correspon-
dent of the New York Times, reported Moafjay following a talk with
the Egyptian ruler. "Nasser claims that he once hoped to arrange an
accommodation with the Israelis, but when Ben-Gurion raided Gaza
in 1955 he changed his mind," Sulzberger said in his cable from Cairo.
He quotes Nasser as stating: *
"We know that aggression can-
not lead to any result. Aggression
can only be the beginning of some-
thing. But nobody can konw where
it will end. This is no longer the
old world in which one was able
to isolate one portion and deal
with it apart. Any situation could
create global war. So our policy
is based upon peace and stability.
That is why we accepted the Uni-
ted Nations Emergency Force in
Gaza."
This, the correspondent com-
ments, sounds tranquil. But Nas-
ser's newspapers, Nasser's ra-
dios and Nasser's own orations
all promise to "settle" the ques-
tion of Palestine seme day.
Arabs interpret this to mean Is-
Continued on Page S A
Huleh Drainage Spot Seen
Cause of New Shootings;
Zone Limits Held 'Unclear'
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTONSecretary of Steto John Foster Dulles Tuesday
told a press conference of a plan to delineate the boundaries of Syria
and Israel where shooting incidents are taking place.
:-f
Dulles said the current trouble
arises from irrigation work beins
carried out by Israel in the dis-
puted zone. The question, he said,
is whether the Israeli project im-
pinges on the demilitarized zone.
The limits of this zone are not
clear, he said.
The Secretary said he knows of
no consideration ai present of sta-
tioning United Nations Emergency
Force units at the trouble spot on
the Syrian-Israel border, he said
be had considerable reason to hope
hat the problem could be settled
through the existing United Na-
tions machinery already there.
Telling of a plan to define the
disputed boundary lines, Duiies
said there was a willingness on the
part of Israel to comply.
In London, meanwhile, a resolu-
tion demanding that the British
Goverment formulate a clear "de-
claration cf support of Israel's in
iegrity" was adopted at the close
of a two-day conference of the
Zionist Federation of B.r.ain.
flUWG I* TM R4CITGWUV0
Cabinet Reviews
Latest Incidents
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe Israel cabi-
net met in an extraordinary ses-
sion Tuesday to review the impli-
cations of the recurrent Syrian at-
tacks on Israeli workers in the
area south of Lake Huleh along
the Israel-Syrian trontier.
Monday's attack, which re-
sulted in a two-and-a-half hour
tank and cannon duel, left one
Israeli deed and three wounded
in the frontier Kibbutz Halathe,
to which the Syrians spread their
firing.
It was reported that the cabinet
unanimously decided to proceed
with the drainage work in the Lake
Huleh area, though the official
communique lollowing the session
did not reveal any decision.
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Syrian Troops Renew Battle;
Tanks and Artillery Used
JERUSALEM(JTA)Foreign Minister Golda Meir Tuesday sum-
moned United Nations truce chief Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn and told
him that the Israel Goverment views seriously the Syrian border vio-
lence which flared anew Monday in a two-and-a-half hour battle in-
volving tanks, artillery and machine guns.
--------------------------------------- Israeli circles would not reveal
First Seder Service Friday Evening
"This is the poor bread which
our fathers ate in the land of
Egypt. Let anyone who is hun-
rgy. come in and eat; let any-
one who is needy, come in and
make Passover ."
With these traditional words,
following the opening blessings,
the Seder service in thousands
of Greater Miami Jewish homes
will launch tee Paasover holiday
Friday evening.
For Orthodox Jews, a Siyum
Ha B'Chorim service e e r I y
Friday morning launched a
besy day. After approximately
9:45 a.m., it was already for-
bidden to eat chorneti.
Despite these busy details,
sons and daughters throughout
Miami and the world are
preparing themselves for the
Four Questions, and father will
happily answer them at the Seder,
beginning with the words "Avo-
dim Hayenu." "We were
slaves unto Pharaoh in Egypt..."
Fof many interesting articles
and illustrations on the meaning
of the Passover holiday, its his-
tory and symbols, see Sec. C
through E of this week's issue
of The Jewish Floridian. For a
complete listing of religious serv-
ices, see Pg. HA.
the details of the meeting. This
was Gen von Horn's first meeting
with the Foreign Minister, who
only Sunday returned from a
month-long African tour. An Israeli
Army spokesman charged that
Monday's fighting began when
Syrian troops opened up with 120
millimeter heavy mortars and tank
cannon on Israeli workers in the
Huleh reclamation area. Israel re-
t"med the fire with tanks and ar-
tillery.
It was indicated here that the
Israel Government fett so
Continued en Page SA


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Illustrations in the Passover Edition
Illustrations appearina on the ?ollowino. pooos of rh Pm-
over Edition of the Jewish Ftorioion are courtesy of the Shul-
singer Brothers Publishing Company of Now York City: Pg. ID.
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wator ."; and Pg. IE, ". one wise and ono wicked and one
simple, and ono who know* not what to ask .
Lehman, 80, Gets Congratulations
NEW YORKSen. Her- director of Foreign Relief and
bert H^ Lehman was the recipient i Rehabilitation Operations for the
of many"coTfSfPjratioaSTrotff J<*r- State DopartmlnT in "194Z7
ish and non-Jewish personalities
and organizations on the occasion
of his 80th birtbdav here.
The following year he was,
named director general of the I'ni-
Lebman. who is active in the ,ed Nations Re,lef nd Rehabilita-
pohtical life of the country and in!,loa Administration, a post
Jewish and humanitarian affairs,
was the first Jew to be elected to
the US. Senate by direct ballot. He
served in the Senate for seven
years.
Bom and raised in Now York,
ho began his public service ca-
reer as Lieutenant Governor of
Now York state in 19M, serving
later as Governor for ton years.
His first Federal position was as
j^UxlM^^
WW-MWC"
which he served three years, ren-
dering unprecedented aid to Nazi
victims.
An officer or board member of a
wide variety of general and Jewish
civic organizations. Sen. Lehman
has been awarded honorary de-
grees by dozens of universities.
I He is honorary vice president of
jthe Joint Distribution Committee.
: honorary chairman of the United
{Jewish Appeal of Greater New
i York, general chairman of the
i American Committee for the Cele-
] bration of Israels Tenth Anmver-
isary. and vice president of the
Jewish Theological Seminary,
among others.
Death Sentence on Moroccan
Jew Stirs freach Reaction
PARIS (JTA) The French
Government has decided to ask the
| Moroccan Government for an offi-
cial explanation of the death sen-
tence imposed in absentia on
1 Moshe Daian. an interpret"" 'hc
served with the French forces in
Morocco before the North African-
country' giined its independence.
A Moroccan military' court con-
demned Daian and two French of-
ficers charged with having com-
mitted "treason" against the Mor-
occan Liberation Army.
Meanwhile, voices have been
raised in the French Senate for
abrogration of French financial as-
sistance programs and the with-
drawal of French investments
from Morocco as a protest against
the military court's decision.
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Statistics on Payroll
The Borden Company in 1957
spent S21.314.142 in Florida for
raw products and ingredients and
I payrolls, it was reported here Wed-
' nesday by C. J. Bassett. manager
of Borden's Dairy. This compares
with S18.720.148 in 1956.
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ilgrims Begin to Eye Mount lion
Jerusalem (Jta> Mount
in Jerusalem is being pre-
|ed to receive pilgrims from
"luur corners^ s*M earth dur-
all ni Mraegl tenth annrver-
wbich has been designated
a ; I :i-)V. v>ar- The P'1"
\\3l open officially
Apr. 7, the third day of Passover,
and will last until May, 1959.
Ever since tlv days of the
Bible there have been three occa-
sions during the year on which
Jews have "none up" to. iktusa-
lcm: the feast* -of "PaSsOver, of
Shavuo'.h (Weeks tn&.xsl Suk-
koth (TabernaclesL. Trus tradi-
tion is still obserySd today by
many residents of fcrasjl.. By ex-
tending the pilgrimage seasons to
a whole year, evety JBwwho vis-
its Israel during its tenth anni-
versary will be able to partici-
L Pate. ._ ,m
On Apr. 7, delegations from
immigrant settlements repre-
senting tho Ingathering of the
Exile* and groups of Israel
youth will come to Jerusalem
on a special train. At the rail-
way station in Jerusalem they
will be joined by Dr. Nahum
Golcfmann, president of the
World Zionist Organization and
honorary chairman of the
World Committee for Israels
Tenth Anniversary, and by dig-
nitaries of the State, Ministry
of Religious Affairs, and the
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Jerusalem Municipality.
From the station the procession
will proceed to Mount Zion.
where-it will be decorated with
the flags of the 12 tribes of Is-
rael, designed by artist Ella
Raayoni.
The ceremony will include
hymns sung by the Kol Zion La-
gola choir and the reading of the
pilgrimage proclamation. The
pilgrims will then place the first
signatures in the register' which
will remain on Mount Zion for the
whole year, after which it will be
placed in the government
archives. Each pilgrim can ob-
tain a certificate at nominal cost,
certifying that he has made the
pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
Both the register and the cer-
tificate are decorated with de-
signs incorporated in a Middle
Age Venetian "glass of the pro-
phet Elijah." The designs have
been adapted by the Jerusalem
artist, Fred Pauker. The certifi-
cates are printed in Hebrew and
available with other English,
French and Spanish translations.
Groups and organizations will
Beethoven to be Discussed
"Ludwig van Beethoven His
Life, Work and Influence on Mu-
sic" will be discussed by Mme.
Hilda Steuerman at the Music
Workshop class which meets in the
Miami Public Library Auditorium
7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Mme. Steuerman has taught in
Paris, London, Vienna and at the
Moscow Conservatory.
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Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami is in the midst of
intense preparations for its 13th
annual "Bar Mitzvah" meeting
and groundbreaking ceremonies
which will be held Sunday, Apr. 13,
2 p.m., at Douglas Gardens, 151
NE 52nd st.
Over 1,000 persons from Dade
and Broward counties arm ex-
pected to attend. Leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, United Fund, Welfare Plan-
ning Council, University of Mi-
ami, and health and welfare
agencies from the entire com-
munity will be guests of honor.
A huge tent comfortably seating
1.000 will protect the audience
from rain or sun. The entire com-
munity is invited.
Ground will be broken for four
new pavilions, a sheltered work-
shop and a research laboratory.

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be able to make special arrange- goal of pilgrims. This is where
menu for pilgrimages of their the upper town of Jerusalem, in-
members. eluding the fortress of King
David, was situated. The upper
Mount Zion is the closest ac- town held out against the Ro-
cessiWe point to the site of the mans one month after the de-
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Rally Protests Reappearance
Of Anti-Semitism in franco
PARIS (JTA)The Assn. of
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test the re-appearance of anti-
Semitism in French public life.
The most recent incident was the
shouting of anti-Jewish slogans by
thousands of Paris police during a
recent demonstration for higher
pay outside the French National
Assembly.
The meeting called on all French
veterans, former fighters in the
Resistance and victims of the Nazis
to "unite in common vigilance and
take action against the re-emer-
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Number 14
Friday. April 4. 1953
14 Nisan 5718
Passover and Man's Yearning (or Freedom
We celebrate the exodus of ancient Jewry
trcm Egyptian bondage at the first Seder Fri-
day evening.
For this reason. Passover is dubbed the
"Festival of Freedom." It is some 4.000 y=ars
ego that Moses told Pharaoh to let his people
goand warned him thct to oppress human
beings is to defy the Will cf God.
There hav= been many Passovers since
this hallowed time in Jewish historya count-
less number of them spent in exile and virtual
bondage.
Still. Jews from time immemorial have
celebrated the exedus from Egypt with a relent-
less kind of belief that the first great revolt
against slavery holds an equally great lesson
for humankind.
This belief ha* not diminished in fervcr.
nor has the cehbration of Passover down to
cur own daydespite the murder of the Six
Million hardly more than a decade ago. So
intrepid is the faith in the meaning of Pass-
One-Sided Wishful Thinking
Deteriorating conditions along the Syrian-
Israeli border this week may be pointing to the
first phase of aggression by the United Arab
Republic.
Our State Department, reluctant to make
any comment on the recent union between
Syria and Egypt, has preferred to bide its time,
with the terse observation that UAR must be
given a chance to prove itself.
Signihcatnly, Secretary of State Dulles, in
a press conference a week aao Tuesday, com-
mented on the anniversary of Israel troop with-
drawal from the Sinai and Gaza areas. It was
the Secretary's contention that the peace in
these areas more than adequately bears out
cur government's hope for the United Nations
Emergency Force expressed last year.
That Dulles was whistling in the dark is
clearly apparentespecially in view of the
shooting along the Syrian-Israeli border this
week. Egypt's Nasser is today directly reson-
sible for any Syrian action.
If he is praised and held accountable for
the peace in the Sinai and Gaza areas as Sec-
retary Dulles implicity did at the press confer-
ence last Tuesday, then he must be charged
with and held equally accountable for the
Syrian attacks several days ago against Is-
raeli civilians working along the border.
It is this continued, one-sided wishful
thinking on the part of our Secretary of State
that keeps grvng the Arab leaders the courage
to say and do anything they please.
Wasting Time and Energy
The reiteration by British diplomats in the
House of Commons last week of the Anthony
Eden Guildhall plan for settling the Middle East
conflict through Israeli territorial concessions to
the Arabs can bode no good.
Most of all. the British themsehre* know
this. Indeed, opposition leader Hugh GaitsketT.
attack against the newly-repeated plan is only
fractionally symbolic of the land of resistance it
would meet in Israel.
There is little doubt that Israel would agree
to a controlled adjustment of what are general-
ly recognized as minor border inequities. But
it is also clear that any effort to reduce her ter-
ritory in size or to violate her boundaries with-
out her consent would lead to war.
Israel rightly considers the bulk of her
agreements with the Arabs as dead, since it
is the Arabs, themselves, who have voided
them by their aggressive actions over the
years.
When Britain's Conservative party leaders,
particularly Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd,
reiterate the Eden Guildhall plan, they are
therefore wasting both time and eneigy.
over, thct the Nazi slaughter, far from reducing
Jewish real, contrarily affirmed it y3t again.
Mary Jews, during their Seder celebra-
tions Friday and Saturday evenings, will in-
clude in the liturgy a memorial prayer for the
modem slaves cf HitleT Germany, who perish-
ed ct the hends of one oi the latest cf Pharaohs.
The moral of Jewry's undaunted belief
in Passover as c eymbcl of human aspiration
toward freedom is that ccurage end often sac-
r.ce c:e esser.ual elements for the achieve-
ment of this aspiration. Mo~es demonstrated
these attributes when he led the ancient Jews
out c: their boadage.
And so must every exodus todav they
seem to continue unaLated be marked by
them. Courage and sacrifice marked the emer-
gence cf the State of Israel just a decade ago.
and they have marked Israel's defense against
her enemies ever since.
In our own dcy. courage and sacrifice
have been the essential factors in the exodus
to new lives of oppressed Jews in Europe. North
Africa and the Middle Eastern Arab countries.
And so, too. must they be the essential
qualities of every effort in behalf of freedom
until freedom, unchallenged and eternal, is
humanity's hinal heritage.
The Spirit of Service
The great strides scored in old age studies,
and the gerontological advances that mark
our time, increasingly make golden wedding
anniversaries a usual occurrence.
But the observance this week of the 50th
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Seitlin does warrant an expression through
these columns of the community's best wishes.
For the Seitlins have over the years dedi-
cated their lives to serving their fellow men.
Since their arrival here in 1911. the couple
have been active 'in numerous civic, philan-
thropic and religious organizations. They are
among the founders of Beth David Synagogue.
They have been members of the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Seitlin is till a board member, as well as
a member of the executive committee. She also
organized the first Florida chapter of Pioneer
Women.
Ardent Zionists, the Seidins are devoted
workers in behalf of this cause.
Half a century is a long time in which to
mark up achievements, and Mr. and Mrs. Seit-
lin have used every minute of that time to do
so. Their devotion to the needs of others speaks
for itself. On the occasion of their golden wed-
ding anniversary, they are still imbued with
the spirit of service.
Our Age More Advanced?
A dispatch from New York dated Sunday
indicates that IBM electronic computers are
U?l bV22JTd L hP wilh erpretation
of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The 2.000-year-old document today incor-
porate, some 30.000 words many in pan.
others, more luckily, in phrases and complete
sentences. F
The electronic brains are being used to
check fragments and portions of words aqainst
every possible interpretation.
- .u1?* mau Wh ?riSinallv wrote the scrolls
with hi. quill or stylus would indeed be awed
them metnC Which age should be considered more ad-
vanced is actually a moo, question. The an-
rr^T717^611 be,Und ^e elec-
?". bfamJmfold3 a" the scrolls' seoeu
Despite the brain, ours is not a oe,i0A iT
tory that can be assured of an eSy"%
during the week
I nee it
r LEO MINDLIN
Q00 TMS T
**"*." It was ml*
Frank Clement, ^
at a Zionist tnhate
Sukin in the
naday evening. ^J?
had many more such)
"WrV9io-!s |.^. ,
"" ish backers cf the ij
tion took the risk not _,
a profit Item: "No banker in his right mind would hav*
hind our uprising, but the Jewish merchants and money.:
in their lot against bankruptcysod pften suffered iust'raa
greater glory of the nation."
Set these pungent observations into the contex'
Clement revival" oration, and you have fairly
a "Pwali
acorjirt, ^
portrait of Tennessee's youthful chief executive on the
last Sunday evening.
Without oues'ion. the^ Governor is a forceful -'"afasaa'
note adajress'taefore the BenToWaak national lutmmiei
pervades the atmosphere surrounding him. He is both__
am biliousthere are some who link Clement to a poaarba!
the future with equally youthful and equally hand>one Km
Sen. John Kennedy. But I am at a loss to see how these <
istics qualified him for the job at bandwhich was u>:
eddress on Israel with US. foreign policy implications
tr.ct of the Zionist Organization of America.
Certainly. Gov. Clement has made a compara'ively goafd
for himself and his state in the segregation-integration baultJ
GOV. Faubus welcomed with anarchic duplicity as a means an
ing his political standing in Arkansas. Gov. Clement squ
Tennessee with the iron fist of law and a healthy r>>pect |_
racydespite the many voters he offended. Certainly. aUo,-1
r demonstrates a kind of liberalism both shocking
parttonate to the conservatism that has in recent yean capu
slugg;>h fancy of the American people.
/*OV. CLEMENT'S liberalism therefore seems by compu^
^* model for emulation. Even were this soand there wa
many reservations hereit hardly recommends hirr. asm
either on Israel or foreign affairs. And. although the G)i
increasingly of late taken a professional part in Jewish toag
affair*, his talk before the Greater Miami Zionist District',
evening betrayed all the earmarks of his continuing r.ovf.iitr
The Governor is aware of his unique political status as !
erner. His public identification with Jewry, in the fate of 1
stand Jews have generally taken on integration, make, him eri
exotic. In this role, he launched his address with a sta;eneail
cep'ed principle: the present day function of the American I
movement is to safeguard all that has been accomplUM lTi
Now. this is a universal truism; above all, it is a safe one. for il
nothing. Two world conferences on Zionism, one m London tali
other in Jerusalem, were concluded only last week. Both,
presumably irreconcilable Zionist factions, catalogued toeir
sions and mapped programs for the future. Neither came an i
simple and. indeed, meaningless a declaration of intent.
From this rather naive reduction of complexities, it was ail
step to Gov. Clement's liberalism. In a telling display of ,
facility, he disavowed the word, "tolerant." declaring: "I an
tolerant of anyone." It was here that the Governor made his i
salient and praiseworthy point, indicating that democracy
more than "toleraung" the racial or religious differences efi
neighbors.
In precisely this sense, he argued, it is historically iaaccanj
be forbearing of Jews. For Jews since the days of the revokitioii
contributed on a grand scale, intellectually and artistically. Ill
true coin of the American melting pot." Thus, for Gov. Oea|
union was affected: liberalism and identification with the JeautJ
munity joined to form the prevalent image of himself as i
the Southern political world of our time.
-: :- -:-
THE LEAST OF the dangers in such oversimplifications isthatf
say nothing; often they say what was never intended **<
Clement disavowed "tolerance." he affirmed his M-ef that "*
have as much claim to the United States as you or I'-cleerW
oratorical ambiguity, since the "you's" were all Jews Almost m
taneously. he took a magnanimous slap at a fundamental Ziooatfj
pression: -i am not prepared, if you please," the Governor dee
"to say that Jews were without a home of their own until the i
lishment of Israel."
Israel is one thing, he seemed to imply a propos of *iJ*J
American Jews are quite another. Would it be fanciful to speer
on the possibility that he had in mind the popular charte afl
allegiance? This is a question difficult to answer, but in his r1
to prove himself and the validity of his identification. Got.
preceded to a catalogue of Jewish names in revolutionary day*/
have contributed to the making of the kind of country we B 1
our children."
It was here that the Governor's history became obeeaftd ktj
phraseology generally popular among Gentiles when discassisl'
and quoted at the beginning of this column: The Amencaa R***
had -Jewish backers;" "Jewish merchants and moneyleaders"!
bled on what no one else would"an uprising by farmers and r^
ers."-nrie presumably Jewish; Jewry's greatest contributieee**
risk not to make a profit;" its greatest heroism was "the
to suffer bankruptcy."
Certainly. Gov. Clement meant none of these things to l|
in less than a commendable way. But it is just as certain tna'!
backward view of his remarks stems less from perversity V*F
an understanding examination of social semantics.
QISPOSED OF HIS thesis that Americanism and Zionism "
patibie. Gov. Clement launched .a attack against the
tration that was marked both by it. brevity and banality
as the I nited State., through the Secretary of State and or s
idem, leave in the minds of the Arab leaders the thought tnii
i^ a bare chance they can carve up Israel, we are not g-/wi
peace A
Frm 'hi*, it waa an easy tep to the next professional M
we must let the world know Israel U here to stay." *i
In colling these remarks banal. I do not deny tb<*r **?*%
truth Nor do I question Gov. Clement's best intent"** .* |
question the Zwnist Organization of America for havingortewj
Governor its platform to make an address on what any ut
number could repeat to him in triplicate. __, l9d
Gov clement, if he will, can best help both Z'*
American Jewish community by delivering tM -* "*".,
Sunday before men and women to whom they w""*1 **^Sa
formativenotably before groups composed of his Of"^
bora. The Zionists, if they will, can weF help the mart** "
soring such talks. Short of this, is it our purpose to **r^.
in our own view by having notable non-Jew* sing T/^
tins be true, then it is vanity, not intelligence, that rules -


T, April' 4, 1958
+Je*lsti fhrkikui
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_j>e gift from one of Dade county's civic leaders is re-
ived by (right) A. B. Wiener, chairman of Combined Jewish
Ipecl Accountants' Division. Robert Morgan signs pledge
IS500 to this year's Combined Jewish Appeal to "help the
lusands who are in need." Presentation ceremonies took
Ice recently at meeting of Accountants' Division. Morgan
selected as Dade county's "Outstanding Citizen" last
by a group of fraternal and welfare organizations.
rian Troops
[new Battle
th Tanks, Guns
i Continued from Pag* 1 A
most be tak*n to prevent
ir.er shooting in th* border
Israelis si id that there
|ld be no question of th* area
vhich the fighting occurred
in th* demilitarized ion*.
land which was under th*
lake and only became
liable after portion of the
kmp-lake was drained.
le new Syrian attack got under
" as Israel Army Chief Gen.
n Laskov toured the Huleh
i with high staff officers. Like
lay. the lighting developed fol-
Bg a Syrian rille and machine
Ifire on a party of civilian la-
ps and their police escort.
I both sides had ui ought tanks
[mortars into the fray. Once
i the l:nited Nations ooservers
|mim in the demilitarized zone
vened to mediate a ceasefire.
Iminary reports said the Is-
| had suffered no casualties,
jiother incident Sunday which
overshadowed by the major
near Lake Huleh occurred
1 a mad north of Lake Tiberias
when entrenched Syrian troops
opened fire on a police jeep. The
moving vehicle was not hit.
Dr. Francisco Urrutia of Colom-
bia, UN Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold's personal repre-
sentative, arrived here Monday for
talks with Foreign Ministry offi-
cials on the Mt. Scopus si'uation.
IETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Thieves Even Stole Thou Shalt Not'
EDITOR, Th* Jewish Floridian:
One morning two weeks ago, I
saw the built-in charity box at
Beth 'lnlah i'*>|>*jajiuii| on tiie
floor. Detectives and police were
taking fingerprints, burglars.mis-
took Uk' btocl l iarity box for a
safe. 7^ -jj"* f
Seeing the "rabbi scrutinizing
things, I jocularly said: "Lo Sig-
nov. ("Tho.i S.ialt Not S.cal.")
the rabbi replied: "They even
stole the 'Lo SiynovV
What struck me as jocular for
th* moment is now a reality.
Th* other day, a manufacturer
ar.d dealer in Ten Command-
m*nts plaques was lobbed of $60
worth of such plaques, including
the English equivalent of "Lo
Signov."
Why thieves have resorted to
stealing religious articles, burglar-
zing houses of prayer and charity
ooxes is beyond me.
To steal the Ten Commandments
is unique. The plaque has little if
any commercial value. So what
motive would the thief have other
than giving this as a present to
someone? Quite odd, giving relig-
ious gifts though they be stolen.
YUDEL TOPSAN
Miami Beach
of last week. Implicit in the ques-
tion he raised is the suggestion a
community medium be established
that might be able to speak for
the Jewish community "in a time
when united action and a united
voice are generally deemed advis-
able."
We wish to go on record as
not only favoring such a
medium, but rm prepared to of-
fer the services of our office and
professional staff in expediting
th* concreiiiation of such a plan.
We feel confident that within the
framework of such a medium
measures can be taken at all times
to safeguard the autonomy of all
community agencies while, at the
same time, lending strength to the
total community.
RABBI YAAKOV G. ROSENBERG
Chairman
South Florida Council
American Jewish Congress
EDITOR, Th* Jewish Floridian:
The South Florida Council of the
American Jewish Congress wishes
to express its hearty congratula-
tions to Mr. Mindlin for his column
EDITOR, Th* Jewish Floridian:
May I use your columns to call
to the attention of the attorneys
of Dade county the problem con-
cerning Jewish divorces in our
area?
We have many unfortunate
cases of women who can not obtain
a religious divorce because they
can not locate their former hus-
bands, or because their former hus-
bands defy every plea to comply
with the rabbinic request to issue
a Jewish divorce to their former
wives.
It is only ethical that if a cou-
ple saw fit to get married in ac-
cordance with their faith, they
should sever marriage in that
tradition if and when it be-
comes necessary. Nevertheless,
many couples who are about to
get their legal divorce papers,
neglect to make it mandatory
that a religious divorce shall be
a part of th* settlement.
Some attorneys, as well as their
clients, are inclined to think that
the Jewish religious divorce can
not precede the legal divorce pa-
pers, and fail to request it prior to
the legal papers.
I wish to call to the attention of
these attorneys that the principle
of separation of Church and State
holds in divorces, and it is highly
advised that in each case the relig-
ious divorce should precede the
legal one. Such procedure will save
a lot of broken hearts and will re-
store many Jewish families to a
new start.
Incidentally, the procedure of a
Jewish divorce is most simple, and
thanks to the latest Halachic re-
search, many people have obtained
Jewish divorces. The Rabbinical
Council of Greater Miami is in
touch with all rabbinic bodies, both
in the U.S. and in Israel, and it
will be more than glad to be of
service.
RABBI TIBOR STERN
President
Rabbinical Council of
Greater Miami
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Isidore Simkowitz (right), president of Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center, is pleased
with results of recent door-to-door solicitation
for Combined Jewish Appeal conducted by
teen-agers and golden-aqers of Beach Branch.
Chairman of one-day effort was Mrs. Solomon
Kann fief!. Dr. Morris Goodman, CJA cam-
paign chairman (second from left), accepts
check from Golden-Age treasurer Louis Fried-
man as William Sussman (center) smiles ap-
provingly.
Leading Dade Citizens Help Key Day
Some of Dade county's leading citizens worked in the ranks of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Army Sunday to help make Key Day a
smashing success.
Aaron M. Kanner. presid?nt of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, joined Herbert Gelernter.
head of the Coral Gables Division,
te canvas* prospects in Ike South-
west section. They were working
with Aaron Kravitz, Miami Key
Day colonel.
Sam J. Heiman, general of Key
Day. teamed up with W CJA The greatest flsrry ot excite-
chairman Dr. Morns Goodman to meffl occurred when (he volunteer
cover some 25 prospects. The duo overflow at Miami Beach Auditor
criss-crossed Dade county several ,Um caused a shortage of souvenir
Umes to supervise the check in keys. This was quickly remedied
action at five Key Day depots. j by dispatching several 'runners''
help with the huge door-to-door
canvass.
Also seen at the auditorium de-
pot were Leo Eisenstein, a vice
chairman of the CJA Business and
Professions Council in charge of
Building Trades, and Oscar Mam-
ber, co-chairman with Daniel
Broad, of the Apartment House Di-
vision.
Up in the northern soctiom of
Miami Boach, Philip Schoonhert
n* Max tCoNatr Helped launch
a strong brigade of recruit* from
the Biscay no Elementary School
and kept a steady stream of
workors -moving in and out all
At the North Beach Elemen-
tary School, last year's CJA
chairman John Severn at<
up to accept his quota ef work
for four hours. With htm wet
Arnold Seeder, chairman ef the
Miami Beach Residents Division
nd a key member ef rke cam-
paign cabinet.
to CJA headquarters for a new
supply. Keys were worn by all
marchers and were required for
admission to the workers' party at
the Seville hotel.
Hotehnen Joe Rose and Dave
Levieson were among the hosts of
business leaders who thronged the
Miami Beach Auditorium depot to
$37,864 Tallied Sunday
Some 1.000 inspired Key Day marchers went out to visit thousands
of theirfriends and neighbors Sunday, found them waiting and ready
and collected $37,864 in pledges to the Combined Jewish Appeal
Biggest individual contribution-, pledge for .000-was secured
by Key Day chairman Sam J. Heiman and IBM CJA chairman Dr Mor-
ns Goodman, who were out knocking en doers along with their Key
Army. *
They announced it was me host
and commended me man,
ticipared in the life-sevina prelect.
ef any CJA deer-to-door
nd yeuno adults who par-
Tbe Key Day pledges boosted the CJA campaign total to $1,350,270
which is live percent ahead of last year.
This to an incomplete total. Heiman said at the report party
Sunday afternoon. "Many workers asked for a few extra day. to com-
plete their calls. We are asking all families who wore not home Sun
day to phone CJA headquarter.. JE 8-1331, for a Totanteer to pick up
their contribution*." Heiman requested.
Complete and Ptftmfm*,, THk Service
IAMI TITL
& Qktmct Co.
34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITU WSURANCE
Thle kesavaas* Policies ef
" City TJtto IM.....,, te.
Cap* ef. Serpms I teserre*
*t*f TOiWWmt Ft 9.1 Sfi
*' ,a* *"" '* Securtty Trurl Comparty STdO )
Over in the Miami northeast
area, Sam A. Goldstein was aided
by Irving Saal and William A.
Weintraub. both long-time cam-
paigners.
Numerous local and national or-
ganization, were represented by
scores of Key men and Key wo-
men who walked from 9:30 a.m.
until noon to complete their as-
signments.
Largest single individual unit to
supply manpower was the Pioneer
Women's Organization, followed
closely by the Federation Women".
Division. Other organisations show-
ing strong enrollments were Ha-
dassah. B'nai B'rith and Jewish
War Veterans Posts.
Also. National Council of Jew-
ish Women. ML ftnai
llury. Jewish Home for the Aged
Auxiliary. Jewish Labor Commit-
tee. ZOA. Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center. Americas
Jewish Congress, and many of the
Temple Sisterhoods sad Men's
Clubs.
. I
Mil wwWfnsapWt,
f COTml wmNffl, nvvpayV Wwwfl ft*t
Coral Way E
depot, assisted by Mrs. Bern Met
man, Mrs. Sam Stark and Mrs.
Dorothy Opoenheim. The depot
was supervised by Aaron Kra-
At the gala workers' party in the
Seville hotel Sunday afternoon,
some 800 Key Day volunteers con-
vened to report their pledge-totals.
BtMss, and ewarsY "" 1
' ...^ "Ms; worker*
EP*---Bur Sate J
(mm* Ihmi tni T\
. JJJJJJJelry for tatSH
Mrs^aVtefle Copt. mj n
end Mrs. Celia Sak> ]
eve.. Miami Bea.h An pot; Mrs. Julius Weim 1
Uthst.. and Davn j^J
Majorca. Coral Way ISai
School Depot: Mrs. Esfherk
151 NW 17th pL. Mina,,
DM'oLJIr^Sjra!! Ka,
Byron ave., Biscayne Ln
School Depot; and Janu,
542 SW 15th ave, Hsrtk
Elementary School Depot
<2^ f^amaovrr J ributc
to our J-atHr
<
tamtcl C^oraort
187B 1946
No Pesach season e'er goes by
That in my heart I do not cry
In longing for someone who's deer
And whom we've missed lor many a year.
Altho his voice is no more heard
And long his body is interred.
I still can sense his presence night
And feel his love from way on high.
I can recall from boyhood days
His cheery smile, his kindly ways.
The pride he felt when I was good.
And when I strayed he understood.
He watched me grow up thru the years,.
And guarded me thru all my fears.
He taught me love of God and Man.
To hm I owe all that I am.
' His voice was seldom raised in ire.
from him there glowed a gentle fire.
That warmed the hearts of all he knew
And brought them closer to his view.
When need arose he gave to all
Alike to causes great and small.
No one wa ever turned away
Who sought his aid by night or day.
He worshipped God with all his might
And practiced what he thought was right,
The synagogue to him was home.
It's sacred scriptures all well known.
And now in God's own Shul, I'm sure
He takes his place among the pure.
And worships with the Saints of old
From prayer books made of precious gold.
And on this Seder night of course
His spirit hovers ever close.
To we who sense his presence nigh.
And will until the day we die.
Harry Gordon.
'
O/c/esf and
Dade Federal
t/AviNOi ara ioAN AiiOCIATi, iai AA.aaa.
u4h Aisoc.AhuN ot Miami
Miami, Fiona*
firpramum to the
JEWISH < 0>l>IC MTV
off Strath Florida
_ om the
PASSOVER HOLSOAVS
3#
mSS
DADE FEDERAL RESOURCES EXCEED 115 MJUrOH D0UARS


Lday. April 4, 1958
*Jewistifk>rtdran
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Left is Joseph Levy, 542 SW 15th ave., one of six prize-winners
w Combined Jewish Appeal Key Day workers party Sunday
Evening. Center is Miss Sue Berkowitz, Key Day captain, who
elected winner. Key Day Gen. Sam J. Heiman presents
raeli designed Ssder plate to Levy.
lumanian Government Scored in U.S.
For Separation of Jewish Families
HEW YORK (JTA) A state-
em attacking the Rumanian ffov-
nment for iU "savage policy of
(forced separation of more thai
1,000 Jewish famines" was issued
re this week by Judge Samuel
}ibowitz, honorary chairman ot
United Rumanian Jews of
erica.
dge Lcibowitz stated that for
past eight years, rnoikrrs.
Ihers and children, some of
pom seltled in Israel, have bpea
parated from their kin in Ru-
ima as a mull of orrictal gov-
iment policy which refuses Bu-
linian Jews the right to emigrate
rejoin their families.
)eclaring that "Rumanian Jews
the United States and all men
| good will are exercised over this
Ihless and inhuman treatment,"
kdge Leibowitz said that he.was
^pelled to issue this puUic state
ent for two reasons:
Because all intervention with
Rumanian authorities thus far
had failed; and, becausa the Ru-
manian Government has boon
spreading news abroad giving tne
impression that Rumanian Jews
njoy full freedom under Com-
munist rule.
"In 1946," Judge Leibowitz
pointed out in his statement, "Ru-
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Jewish emigration to Palestine.
Soon after the establishment of
Israel in 1048, this policy ran into
considerable red tape, but it was
not until 1*52 that emigration was
completely stopped. This resulted
in serious tragedy for some 30,000
Rumanian Jewish families, some
of whose members had proceeded
to Israel confident that they would
be permiUed to bring their kin
shortly thereafter.
"At the same time they left Ru-
mania, they had no inkling that the
government would ban all emigra-
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week in its official organ "Sovet-
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Jews in the Soviet Union against
thinking of emigration to Israel,
he New York Times reported from
Moscow. It said that the article
was "the longest and strongest"
attack against Israel to appear in
(he official organ in the past six
months.
The Soviet newspaper taidthat
Zionists around the world whose
"chauvinist prejudices are only
one stop from Nazism" were
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LONDON(JTA)A second Ku
Klux Klan organization has been
launched in Britain looking for
membership among unemployed
Britons.
The existence of a rival KKK
group to one operated by Horace
Sherman Miller of Waco, Tex., was
revealed by the distribution of leaf-
lets with a return address which
was traced to a Maurice Woodford,
who revealed that he had put the
return box number on his leaflets
in the hopes of hearing from sym-
pathizers. Miller has disowned his
new rival.
Woodford told newsmen: "Wait
till unemployment comes. That's
when our membershiD will grow.
We are anti-Communist and anti-
Jewish."
He revealed that "we have con-
tacts with National Socialists, but
as a Klan, we're not political."
be stranded in Rumania and not be
permitted to join them in Israel.
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been severed."
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JWV Condemns Bombings
In Miami and Nashville
fO KtlATLD STORY, ill PC. 11 A
WASHINGTON The National
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A. and the na-
tional president of its Ladies' Aux-
iliaries are askinr its more than
Goode JWV Post in Washington.
DC, named afier one of the famed
Four Chaplains, which conceived
ot the fund as a deterrent to fu-
ture incidents and as an incentive
900 posts and auxiliaries through- to apprehend the criminals in the
out the United States to contribute
to a reward fund to be disbursed
to individuals who give informa-
tion leading to the arrest and con-
viction of those responsible for the
bombing of Jewish Centers in
Nashville and Miami.
In a joint statement, national
commander Benjamin H. Chasin
and national president Bertha K.
Greenberg Wednesday urged all
units of the organization to "r^act
to this manifestation of violence
by providing monies for the re-
ward funds so that as many people
as possible will be seeking the per-
petrators of this act of willful ter-
ror."
Both Chasin and Mr*. Gre-ri-
bcrg hoped that their action
wculd "discourage all future out-
rages against people or buildings
of all religions, races or creeds.
The preservation of American
freedom demands that all citi-
zens whether individually or
through organizations react
without hesitation to acts which
in any way tend to set loose the
forces of hate and bigotry and
violate the law of the land.
"Crackpotism and hooliganism
c."n continue or.lv 1:1 a vacuum of
inaction. An aroused Mcietj CM
defend itself again**, these force*.
History hj~ hown that bigotry and
hate can QoHriafa only when
thinking Americans are indifferent
to their democratic responsibili-
Credit for initiating the reward
fund goes to the Alexander D
recent bombings. They have al-
ready made a cash contribution to
the fund.
In a previous action. JWV com-
mander Chasin sent telegrams to
Gov. LeRoy Collins of Florida.
GOT. Frank Clement of Tenne-so.v
and Atty. Gen. Rogers, ureing that
"State and Federal agencies join
in s-opping what appears to be
the beginning of organized nation-
wide terrorist activities."
Meanwhile. Florida Depart-
ment commander Harry Cohen,
of Miami Beach, said Wednes-
day that "as an organization
whose background was develop-
ed by the horrors of war we.
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, view with dis-
gust the unwarrranted bombing
of a Jewish house of worship."
Underscoring the meaning of'
[ the bombing here of Beth El Con- i
gregation. Cohen declared that
the bombers "must be apprehend-
ed, tried and convicted by the due |
process of law and law enforce-1
ment."
Cohen, speaking for the Florida '
Department, said the Jewish War
Veterans "place our complete
trust in the law enforcement agen-
cies of the city, county and na-
tion."
Ii^mJ
AMPAL boaid chairman Rudcli G. Sonnebom Qeft) presents
check of final payment to J. Frederick Keuthen (right), vice
president. Manufacturers Trust Company, at luncheon at Bank-
ers Club, in New York, on occasion of retirement of ten-year,
S10 million Debenture Issue of AMPAL-American Israel Cor-
poration. Looking on (center) is Abraham Dickenstein, pres-
ident, AMPAL-American Israel Corporation.
Weil Awards Go
To N.Y. Trio
NEW YORK The 1958 Frank
L. Weil Awards of the National
Jewish Welfare Board have been
voted to Mrs. Irving J. Sands.
only woman member of the New
York City Board of Education: Dr.
Horace M. Kallen. eminent philos-
lopher and educator; and Chaplain
Joshua L. Goldberg, district chap-
, lain of the Third Naval District.
TOUng Peoples ClUD tO Meet I All are residents of New York.
Young Peoples Club of Dade Presentation of the awards
Heights Jewish Center meets ev- bronze medallions and embossed
ery Thursday evening at the Cen- citations will be made Saturday
Weather Chief to Talk
Gordon Dunn, head of the local
Weather Bureau, will address the
Junior Audubuon Society at the
Apr. 11 prorgam co-sponsored by
the Miami Public Library at 7:30
p.m. Dunn will speak on "Weather
and Storms." Lloyd Williams, vice
president of the Tropical Audu-
bon Society, will show his "Birds
of the Everglades'" film.
t( r Mr. and Mrs. Selig Miller are
chairmen of the regular function.
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sion of JWBs biennial national
convention at the Shoreham hotel.
Washington. DC. according to
Maurice Mermey. New York,
chairman of the Frank L. Weil
awards committee.
The Frank L Weil Awards have He adds that Nasser is undoubt-
been given annually by JWB since e<"v frigh'ene-t of Israel, which al-
1951 for distinguished leader-hip mcst smashed him once. He con-
an I creativity in the or anizalion's Uden Israel a permanent threat,
three areas of service. The awards **e claims its Herut party elected
are namei for the late Frank L. deputies to Pa'liament on a plat-
Weil. New York attorney, who was form f expansion to the Nile and
president of JWB from 1940 to 1950 tnc Euphrates.
The award presentations this year "Ben-Gurion's policy is based on
will be a part of a memorial serv- settlement. But to force peace
ice for Weil, who died in Novem- """ a war," the Times corre-
ber, 1937. OOdenl quotes Nasser as declar-
"And Israel needs one mil-
dollars help each day just to
It. Suppose this aid ceases?
fn ..-it will be expansion. Daily
,we wait for news that Israel has
again mvadad. This is the condi-
tion thenfear, no trust, no con
hdence. as long as Israel exiaU
there is a danger."
M MIAMI I
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UAR's fawzi
In Geneva Friday
L Continued from Paoe 1 A
of the ON. It is understood thesr.
talks u.!I be a continuation of con-
versations regarding the Middle
East held within he last two weeks
by Hammarskjold with Soviet For-
eign Minister Andrei Gromyko and
Britain's Foreign Secretary Sel-
wlyn Lloyd.
Hammarskjold is expected to re-
turn here Saturday. The Secre-
tary General's spokesman evaded
direct answer to a question
whether Mr. Hammarskjold is
planning to go to the Middle East.
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its spiritual leader. Raby,
kiel Landau, in recocsMj
decade of service in hS
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April 4. 1958
+Jeisli Fhridten
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Kipnis: From Baby-Sitter to Tycoon
9-A
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SAMUEL KIPNIS
. fcii-er basement
Samuel Kipni-, who will be hon.
oretl at a testimonial dinner here
Apr. 22 by the American Medical
Center at Denver, is a man who
began his career in this country
as a baby-sitter, then parlayed
ambition and hard work into one
of the nation's biggest industrial
empires.
Upon his arrival in this coun-
try as a penniless Russian immi-
grant in 1W3. Kipnis located a
relative in New York who gave
hima plgce. to liv- in return for
"oaBy-slflinj services.
Two weeks later, he located
another relative who put him to
work in his cardboard box busi-
ness on a trial basis "at zero
dollars a week," Kipnis recalls
idy Tour to Israel, Europe Now
Available for High School Students
Ins have been completed for
fifth annual Israel Summer
par for high school students,
117 years of age.
study tour of Israel and
i is an incentive 'project
to encourage the study of
ew among high school stu-
1958 seminar will sail from
[York July 2. On board ship,
prudents will receive orienta-
po-iens on Israel, as well as
Ice in conversational Hebrew.
pturients will then tour the
us cities of Fiance. Italy,
id and En land, where they
>f introduced to Jewish com-
|y life and meet with Jewish
groups.
seminar will then spend
tup Artist Featured
fakeup arti-- will be featured
meeting of Dade Heights
renter Monday evening at
nter. Program chairman is
ruert Klkin.
a month of sightseeing and
study in Israel, participating in
cultural and social activities with
Israeli youth groups, and attend-
ing the festivities connected with
Israel's tenth anniversary. The
group will return Sept. 4.
The Israel Summer Seminar is
conducted under the auspices of
the Jewish Education Committee
of New York and the Hebrew Cul-
ture Service Committee for Amer-
ican High Schools and Colleges,
in cooperation with the Jewish
Agency for Israel Department of
Education and Culture. The group
will be escorted by qualified high
school teachers. The I.S.S. Scholar
ship Fund reduces the overall rate
for this study tour to $825 per stu-
dent. This fee may be further re-
duced through supplementary
scholarship grants for outstanding
students who might otherwise be
I unable to participate.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
|tion. 135 NW 3rd ave.. Miami 36,
' has' further information.
After the second week, Kipnis
was put on a $5 a week salary.
He worked in that business
tor three years, beginning work
daily at 7 a.m., and frequently
working until 10 p.m. It was
during this period that he re-
ceived his only formal school-
ing one season of studying
English at a night school.
In 1909, Kipnis changed fields,
and began selling insurance "In
the winters. I had all I could do
to protect myself from the snow-
balls that were thrown at me in
the area where I had to work."
Kipnis recalls. "That's whore I
!0t my nmning ability, and to
this day I'm still runninR. That's
t>e explanation of 'What Makes
Sammy Run'."
During 1909, Kipnis had work-
ed his earnings up to $15 a week,
so he got married. He and his
bride took an apartment over a
tavern "just because we could
get a 10 cent pitcher of beer for
six cents," he says now.
In 1912, he formed a business
US. Anti-Semitic Publication
Ends Existence Without Funds
LOS ANGELES-(JTA)The de-
mise of one of America's most
viciously anti-Semitic publications,
"Williams Intelligence Summary,"
was announced this week at nearby
Santa Ana by publisher Robert
Williams.
In the March, 1958 issue of the
"newsletter," Williams reveals
that his inability to raise the neces-
sary funds will make this his last
edition, though he promises to
make a comeback at a later date.
This brings to a temporary close
a ten-year career in hate-monger-
ing by Williams, who began his
"publishing" interest under the
aegis of pamphleteer and radio
commentator Upton Close. After
writing several anti-Jewish pamph-
lets, he launched his "In;ellience
Summary" in which he freouently
linked Jews and Communists.
with some associates, using
$300 furnished by his wife. It
was a corrugated box business,
operated in a basement. Later,
he moved into a bigger base-
ment, then into his own build-
ing. In 1929, he merged four
companies into the National
Container Corporation.
When Kipnis retired after 2R
years as president. National Con-'
tainer Corporation had 32 plants'
scattered throughout the nation,
with offices in every principal
city. Annual earnings passed the ''
$115 million mark.
Kipnis, who has traveled over
1.70C.000 miles in airplanes, be-
came a citiien in 1913. A found-
er of the Albert Einstein Col-
lege of Medicine, he and his
firm have donated to nearly
every hospital in New York
City and Jacksonville. They do-
nated a pool to a YMCA at
Jacksonville, and built a new
lobby for the YWCA there.
Principal speaker at the testi-
monial dinner honoring Kipnis
will be Rep. James Roosevelt.
California Democrat and son of
the late president. The dinner
will be held in the Dupont Tarle-
ton hotel.
Since its opening! in 1904. the
hospital, previously called the
Jewish Consumptive Relief So-
ciety, has provided more than
2.500.000 days of free patient care
to human beings of all faiths.
Appointment of Rabbi Alfred
Gottscholk as acting dean of
California School of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion is announced
by Dr. Nelson Glueck, presi-
dent. Rabbi Gottschalk, a
graduate of Brooklyn Col-
lege, Brooklyn, N.Y., was or-
dained at Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Re*
ligion. He is a graduate also-
of Hebrew Union School of
Education, and balds a
teacher's certificate from
Teachers' Seminary in Jeru-
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Friday,


Zionists in Resolutions Urge
Soviets to Let Jews Leave
Continued from Pane 1 A
the Actions Comrn.ttee within the
1 next two months,
mauien officials to Derail heir|
reun.on It demanded the Buch-1 Another resolution expressed
are-t GoveTimen. p.-rmi; Jews lolfratirtMe to the Jews of tfce world
leave for Israel.
The Actions C*m-n::f:- ex-
pressed the hop* lmi thi Moroc-
can Government wcj-d imp'e-
mofw to the fullest its recini-
tiqnef tee basic humm rijl : of
particularly to the American com
for is efforts to increase
Ithe UJA'l -Drome and asked for
r ccn rihutions. It also ask-
ed fcr an end to separate, rival
i'unJ-ra:sing campaigns.
T o* T:::T?s "(.'oMRfttee also
stressed the necessity of more ef-
:ec;i\_- tod stematic cooperation
between he Israel Government
The Zionist leader* denounc-1 j^ t-,e jtmiak &MM" in the
the economic boycott aeaist Israel spheres oi ecJflCl outlined in the
emigration and allow he--e Jew.
to leawe who wish to settle in
Israel.
by the Arab states, and calied it a
"flagrant contravention of the
principles of the United Nations
Charter" The delegates scored j
trade associations and companies
which had yielded to Arab pres-
sure and discontinued doing busi-
ness with Israel, and urged Zionist
federations and other Jewish or-
ganizations around the world to or-
ganize resistance to the Arab boy-
cott.
government's charter to the
Agency.
In an effort to promote closer
cooperation between the two
bodies, mo Actions Committee
named a special committee to
assist in working out a system
of cooper jtion. At the same time.
it instructed the executive to
seek full execution of the char-
tor which provides that the gov-
ernment consult the Jewish
Agency executive in matters re-
latins to the executive's func-
tion b e fo r e submitting such
legislation to the Knesset.
Frontal assault in research oi asthma and Pittsburgh school of medicine; Dr. Abrai
other allergy diseases will be made at Chil- White, Albert Einstein college cf n
dren's Atfhraa Research Institute and Hospital and Cecil Pine, electronics engineer,
oJ Denver's Jewish National Home for Asthma- Ariz. National Home, now making 50thi
I be Children. Conferring at INHAC on plans of its founding date, provides free, nat
for Research Institute are (left to right) Dr. Alex- treatmemt on nonsectarian basis to
ander Barry, of University of Michigan medi- inbactable asthmatic children.
; cal school. Dr. L Arthur Mirsky. University ol
Accent on Positive for Youth To The 10O-member Actions Com-
mittee asked governments and
states of nations throughout the
world to make it "unequivocally'
clear to the Arab governments that:
the comity of nations is determin-i
ed to support the so\ ereignty and i lishment of Zionist territorial fed-
territorial integrity of Israel." The erations as soon as possible wher-
committee took note of recent de- ever they do not at present exist,
velopments in the Middle East that I in accordance with the decision of
had produced a new wave of omm-1 the last World Zionist Congress,
ous threats against Israel and re-; was also adopted Each federation
A resolution urging the estab-
LOS ANGELES The Jewish
college student has lost his
'negativism, and "that period of
1 running away from Judaism ap-
' pears to be over." says the natkm-
[ al chairman of B'nai B'rith's Hillel
Foundations.
Dr. William Ilaber. of Ann Arbor,
Mich., speaking last week at the
formal opening of a new Hillel
House at the University of South-
iterated its conviction that the I was urged to conduct special large-,ern California, said Jewish youth
scale membership campaigns is
recognition of the tenth anniver-
sary of Israel's establishment, par-
ticularly among youth, college
graduates and professionals.
In another resolution, the Actions
Committee urged a worldwide'
campaign to set up schools for the j
dissemination of Hebrew and of I
Jewish values, and to improve the
educational standards of Jewish
schools. The Youth and Hechaltzt
department was urged to launch a [
campaign to attract the youth of the cynical way of a decade or two
continued competitive supply of
weapons to the Arab countries in-
creases the danger for Israel.
The Committee accepted a
resolution stating that the "Zion-
ist movement shall work for the
bringing of Jews without limit
from all countries who wish to
settle in Israel." World Zionist
Oreaniiation president Dr. Na-
hurn Gohimarm said it was n*
true, as charged by seme dele-
gates, that the world Zionist
executive had limited immigra-
tion to 24.000 neat year. This is
minimum number to be brought
in under any circumstances, he
said, citing the resolution which
agreed to unlimited "rescue im-
migration" from countries where
Jews mr* endangered.
A 211.700.000 budget for the
fiscal year between April. 1958
and March. 1959 was approved,
leaving to the committee's finance
subcommittee authority to work
out detailed expenditures in con-
sonance with the committee's con-
stitutional authority.
It was also decided that in addi-
tion te the regular appeals for
funds through the channels cf the
United Jewish Appeal. Israel Bond
drive and private investments in
Israel, every Zionist would be ask- ] understanding of art and artists. It
ed to mobilize new funds by other
methodsincluding loans and in-
are expressing a new attitude.
'They are saying, 'That's what
I am; no use trying to be sosse-
body else: no use apologizing',"
she Hillel leader said.
A new dimension. Dr. Haber
added, is that Jewish college stu-
dents are seeking knowledge
about their Jewish background
to assure a sense of pride.
"This is the place where we can
develop loyalties and a sense of
identification with Judaism and
the Jewish communities of the
world."
The new Hillel House herd
structed at a cost of SIOMJU
serve 1,100 Jewish students i
University of Sou.hern
campus.
SUMMER CAMP
"They are still saying. 'Snow
me.' But they are not putting it in
Israel and abroad to the Zionist
' movement and to assist youth or-
ganizations abroad in establishing
! and maintaining clubs. Extending
| praise to PATWA. the delegates
'recommended the setting up of
Zionist training farms for chaktt-
zim in countries where such farms
do not exist.
Mania Represents Florida
Eugene Mssin. University of
Miami art instructor and president
of the Florida chapter of Artists'
Equity, was the Florida delegate to I
the national Artists' Equity con-
vention last weekend in New York
City. A national organization.
Artists' Equity was founded to aid
ago. They're seeking affirmative,
positive answers," Dr. Haber de-
clared.
Part of the role of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel movement, he said,
is fo help them Nad answers.
"The Hillel House on the campus
is a place where we can confirm
that life is net meaningless, mat
it has values not to be found in
scientific research," Dr. Haber
said.
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jay, April 4, 1958
lerme for First Born Early Friday
Jl-A
Orthodox Jewry #ifl usher in Passover with ftyum Ha rTChorlm service for flr,t h.,
ia> mflrtiMg. Passover formally beghts wrth the first Seder following 8uWsl! 'S ""* '"*
* second Seder Is scheduled Saturday evening, with the final a, the iSL^Tv^^ eVW,Bg-
| a, service f*ndry. Reform" and Liberal congregations wilfobaerve ZTm Ty oSv "'t^TT "T*
L, week, prior to tht final days of Passover Apr. ll .nd 12. are known .7f?S H^Jh "g ^
luDATH ia#TAL. *1 cyi. av .---------.-------, Known as cnol Hameed.
rinodox. Rabbi lHt Evei".
< a.ra. Slyum R'chorim, xervlce
ii-t ln.i'n eons. FVl.tay vvnn-ig
,, ,ii Satin ee)*>"tMO a.m. Ktrnion:
...verBreak of Jxtvn" hunday
,, ni. S'i mon: "'1
ii. iiMtion A
i'.iaoVrr and
liSrW e?Wrt6. 253S W 1WB eve. Can
r Mcrrie Zirhmermaei.
TH DAVID. 2825 SW 3rd n. Con-
ervtve. RM>i Vitlw Rosenberg,
intor William W. Lipson.
flay n )) m. No late service *che Kiist rtiy of l^reenver hwtnrriay
I in Bar Mluviih: Ki'iineth. an of
tftltrley Krielimun. Second day
i la. I h m,

iTH EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
a
|TH EMETH. 122S0 NW 2nd av.
lonservative Rabbi David W. Her-
Cantor Hyman Fain.

TH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
brthodo*. Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
' i i'i. .'-.UMiday 8:45 a.m.
kuriv.r t-ernmn: "An Evening of
lltton '' Sunday X:45 a.m. Ser-
"Iferolrleg of Redemption."

|TH JACOB. 301-311 Waahlngton
Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor Starn.
lantor Maurice Mamchaa.
8 a.m. service for firnt born
Krlday 6 p.m. Saturday 8:30
Sei mon: "Freedoms Old and
s,-,'ond day < :30 a.m. Memorial for Warsaw
u.. uprising;, in conjunction with
.illation of Khofar to Beth Jacob
[ iiartlr-lpatlon In Israel Bond t-.im-
Sunday r, p.m. Interpretation
fliit- ni.Ji. Choi Iliiniocd services
am.
1
CMMmmmmG rm
-14 .-^i2a rrin.
tmpua. Reform,
aui
jmgard.
Rabbi Herbert M
TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ava.
Irthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
ay 6:15 |>.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Snon: "Freedom What and for
pit"" Second day of I'axsover Sun-
; k:30 a.rn Sermon: "Counting; Our
B." Choi tlamoed dally services 7
and i: .in p.m.

TH TFILAH. 936 Euclid ave. Ortho-
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovgfcy.

JE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER
flSO NW 2nd ava. Conservative
bbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
evenins aervtee followed by
l-ecalioiial .Seder at Peoples'
restaurant, 7S NW lMnl St..
Chairman: Paul Mitchell. Sat-
py 11 a.m.

*GLER-GRANADA. SO NW Slat Bl.
ynservatlve. Rabbi Murray A.
y :30 p.m. First day of Paaaover
Jjrda.v 9 a.m. Sermon: "Prayera
[Dew." Services for second day of
over Sunday 9 a.m. Sermon: "A
lal (hornet*."

lB.KE-W ACAEMY. 918 4th at.
>thodox. Rabbi Alexander Oroa*.
iv 6 p.m. Rn Air day first day of
over *:W a.m. Sermon: "If Thv
Shall Ask You." Second day 8:30
Sermon: "What Price Freedom."
e
M.EAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. t61 Fla-
nngo Way Conaervative. Rabbi Lao
lei rn,
[ay no Mrviaa scheduled. Passover
Saturday and Sunday at
on theme: "What is
flees
Serim
edorn ?"
ii-
IABLI
ITE CENTER. 3191 SW 24tM
alav,k",""'V",iV*" R'bbl M#rton
; eve lervieea Friday 8:13 p.m.
urday and Sunday servloea 9 a.m.
non: I-.-Mlval of Freedom."
lrthLTv IS2AFl-. 1415 Euclid ave.
Cite Ju R,bbi D,vll Lehrfield.
lntor Abraham Seif.
py p.m S.,iin-,|.1V 8:30 a.m. S-r-
i,kv Vi'; We ,*'f, ">>i""" -
S or I aaaovcr 8:3n a.m. Sermon:
Htn,i"ri. Si"'rl'!<'e and Matzoh
filial llepast."

|lV!"swEiB?KEW co,nOEOAT!ON.
Iimn ^n_4ve- O-thodox. Rabbi
r^on,A.Br"- Cantor Ber.h, Kelemer
BHW
biM
Saturday 8:80 a.....
' "tlon* and Answers."
, : 'I-",., |:i a.m. S,r-
rnlngB Reantlfnl and Holy."
JT'CFLLO
fe nth
e Le-er.
PARK. 164th at. and
av Conservative. Rabbi
!-- -. er Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
vm,'." ,**xie '<', first born
iuld lV k '"" -N'" !" rvloB
r J first day of Passover Sat-
&8ZJ3rtri **- ">*<>
Hamoed S n ft.
BTH
PWe rS,A,DerCENTe''- 1W*> W"
^"ry cX*. cnratlve. Rabbi
NavT?^ ca- C,ntp Maurice N.u.
lca for first born
rn i li.ii" 1,m' """nunlty
F'
"T?n?M0,,K CENTER. (20
br,^T.rvtiv..
7Mh
''"o*it. >'.':, Rabbi Mayer
day ,\7",* Cantor Ertward Klein
I' '" Snturrlnv 8:4S a.m.
'"' II, r.' """: "wallowlnf the
""" .,:> .^"'0.'ld ',a.y 8:4* A m
M"v| Jit """" f"r "''Jah"
-"" K ,-i ;""'' "" of .and
IJuth
"AOE
'. M.,
JEWISH CENTER
-ick bldo.. U of M.
A*ftfC4. I4UI
RELIGIOUS STOKE
Ia"' WA8H,NGTON AVI.
A 8
BEACH
^NAGOGUE
JE 1-7722
.861 ECtion OF BAR
JTFITS and
supp>.ib:s
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CFNTER. 8438
SW 8th t. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Lavitan.
Fiiilay no late service rlieilul, 1 S;it-
'mIh.v I a.m. Sermon: "The Exodals
.r.)in Haypc

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4f Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Cantor David Convieer.
Fild.iy 8:15 p.m, folH.wid Isy OongTO*
Rational Seder. Saturday I i
liar Mltsvah: Rioha)reJ A son of M:
ind Mrs. Max Itenkowtt*-. K.nneih A.,
.on of Mr. .iii.i laia, Marvin \s. Lewis

rEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.
to" ave Conservative. Rb*i Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
Pliday s a.m. Siyum lla H'chorlin ser-
vice. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday ami
Sunday I'aasnver 9 a.m. Habbi Lelu-
nun to preach both days.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born-
stein.
^%.y10:fc^?-^-
TEMPLE
ea at >"otn
Modern
hN.ER.T-AMID- <'" et-
VSilu* 1,xum V-crwy.,
Tradit onal.
MIAMI.
Reform
f *??* SINAToV*^Jo1TrH
I31t st. and NE 8th ave.
Rabbi Benrro M. Wallach.
! L.E ZION- 57ao 8W '7tn < Con-
servatlve. Rabbi Alfred Waxn.an.
I- Ida), ni service f-,r '|rt lrn
aona. Friday fi:::i> p.m. Situidav 9
1 sver ae......n: n,.- i;, ,
nl I'nusiiViT." s,in,:u\ !
v. Shall Hut No i
.in.
rn ,....,.
a.u.. Sermon:
vened Broad."
Friday
Seder.
t p.m. annual congregational
Saturday II a.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:30 a.m. service tor first born
sons followed by breakfast in chapel.
Saturday 10 a.m. Second day of Jass-
T',Fv!Rr ,8nAEl- 8500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Herson Cantor Albert Glarrtj.
Friday :3n ,, m Baturdaj :< a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Watchful Mght" Second
day of Paaeov, r 9 m s, rmon: "Ek-
peiieiii-itiu Redemption."

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ave. Comervatlve. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwita. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
i,i:,y ,.!. a.m. service for first born
"ins. 1 rtdaj B p.m. followed hy ron-
gregatlonal Seder at 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday and Sunday s:30 am. Passowr
aertnon-: "Hernea -r Passover "
rvmw
BY HENRY LEONARD
'Father, wherefore ii this night different from all
other nights ... and you may have 20 seconds in
which to answer."
________ Copr 1WT. Leonard Prltikln

NCCJ Hits Beth El Synagogue Dynamiting
Florida region of the National, "raise their voices against this un-
Confererice of Christrans and Jews seen and unknown menace to the
this week joined in condemning the I security of every citizen,
bom bin? of Beth El Synagogue
Mar. 16.
In a statement adopted by the
executive committee of the Florida
NCCJ, the group called upon all
organizations in the community to
HEBREW SELF-TAUGHT
y AHAKON ROSEN
drink (m.s.) shoh-u nnw .166 bread U-hem on1? .hi V T
jam rte-bah *r* .167 cheese g'vtenah nrii .1*2 T 1
there is (are) yehsh it .168 white hh-yahn Pf" -l63
why? Idh-mah gft .160 black shah-hohr irr^ .164
love (m.s.) oh-hehv ani* .170 cat (m.s.) oh-khehl *7?iX .165
nnx r r?aa ,r% ,r|-
,anlx nriK f k nan ,anin
.. .anix
.. .anlK "w xax m -
nan nx aninrj ij; ,|laj-
.73^ an1?!
t r VTI
"tKI '? t\$ anix ,^-
I T T T T
' T T T "
.in.? on^ Di'n fx -
?-in#Dn,?Drnrx-
V V I -
.n3io nsn
In addition to H. T. Kinard.
board chairman, other officers ap-
proving the resolution were Mrs.
Marie Enterline. Mrs. L. J. McCaf-
frey, Ray H. Monsell, Judge Ray
Pearson, John Serbin, Mitchell Sir-
gany, Dr. Charles D. Tharp, and
S. D. Weissbuch.
Declaring that an expression
of the "proper sense of indigna-
tion on the part of me whole
community" is necessary to
counteract such violence, Kinard
said mat the executive commit-
tee) has directed the Florida Na-
tional Conference staff to be in
touch with all religious institu-
tions and other community
groups in Greater Miami to urge
rheir adoption of similar resolu-
tions.
"We don't intend to tell other
pvople how to say it, but we feel
compelled to suggest what they
should say as a reflection of the
considered and sober opinion of all
thoughtfol citizens.''
The fiCCJ office wH serve as
on1? njn r\i ,^>aix nrix-
Dn^n "7S7 .nM1? nX'Sa .T31? ] coordinating agency for gattrertng
t r official resolutions and statements
an1?!
V Tl
?ih^ on1? no1? nhtf on^ -
sit? xin ,)3^ an*? bt Din
.nxo
on*? nka 3nix *ix "?3x-
V V I *T T -1
D| ,n*iW an^n "?v nsnn-
.nn^ an^n
nsns an1? snlx ^x p<-
itw an1? 3rj1x "W ,n*itT^
.nj*3a 'pa ,ns*i ^3
it] an^n ? nfi & atn-
nhtf an^ f x .nia"? nf 3a
731? an1? 3iTiK jO? -jx ^ax -
III V e> -: t -:
from all cenrrnunrty organizations
and will present the rrsotls to city tl
inn^ Bn*? and county officials in a formal j
report.
M. J. Karl, regional director of
the Florida National Conference of
Christians and Jews, will be in
charge of this program.
Marriage k His Sobftrf
Dr. Soymflwr M. BKimenthal,
Miami consulting psychologist and
marriage counselor, was to ad-
dress the Maccabees Young Adult
Zionisis Thursday at Temple Beth
Shofoni. Title of his talk was
"Marriage in I9S8."
The Officers,
Directors. Students
and
General Membership
of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
express profound
sympathy to the
families of
MAURICE GROSSMAN
RAJBI MEYER KATZ
JOSEPH ZEMEL
JULIUS KESSER
who passed
from our midst.
May the Almighty
comfort the bereaved
and errant thorn peace.
B. T. BINDER
President
MRS. BENJAMIN APPEL
President
Hebrew
Academy Women
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1585 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagoauea. Schoola A Private Uie
ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC OIFTS
pww.uVkmUr'inn
Rabbi Dr. Tiber H. Stem
311 Washington Ave., M. B.
Phones: JE 8-2205 JE 1-1969
Reading material in vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
advanced students may be obtained through jour local Hebrew
Organization or bj writing to: Brit Ivrit Olamit, P.O.B. 7111,
Jerusalem, Israel,
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
The Family of
Rabbi Mayer Katz
gratefully acknowledge your expressions ci
sympathy at the time of our bereavement.
MRS. RACHEL KATZ and CHILDREN


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Friday,;
for social functions with a flair
that will be remembered
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NOW TAKING SEDER RESERVATIONS
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Two Seders Each Day
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$4.50
1:30 P.M. t. 12 Midnight
$5.00
tabbi mvtut AMAsfowrrz
INF Elects Rabbi
Abramowitz Chief
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz was
"lected president of the Greater
Miami Jewish National Fund. Dan-
iel Broad, outgoing president, has
announced.
Leon J. Ell was elected chairman
of the Fund's executive council,
which is made up of representa-
:ives of Zionist organizations here.
Others named are honorary life
president. Daniel M. Broad: vice
presidents. Jacob C. Fishman. Sol
Goldman. Joseph Mechlow: finan-
cial secretary'. Sam Schachno: re
cording secretary. Mrs. Jacob Da-
vis; treasurer. Benjamin Appel;
comptroller. Ellie Berenson.
Executive board. Joseph Alter.
Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Ezra Fine-
gold. Peter Heller, Ehiel Lesowod-
er. Mrs. Pauline Levick. Sidney
Levy, Seymour Liebman, Milton
Miller. Mrs. Mirian Press. Mrs.
Isaac Pushkin, Raymond Rubin.
Al Sherman, Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan.
Mrs. Ralph Swisko. Mrs. Ida Wea-
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Rare operatic and symphonic
works are available daily for hi-fi
listening at the Pick Music
Library, University of Miami.
Although designed primarily for
UM faculty and students, the Mon-
i day through Friday listening hour
I from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. is open to
' the public without charge.
Requested recordings are
played on UM's high fidelity
equipment in the audio-visual
room of the Pick Music Library.
Aside from the standard class-
ics, the library nicluJes many in
frequently heard operas such at
Verdi's "Nahucco" and "1 Lom-
bardi," Techaikowukv "Pique
DaNM) and Dvorak's "Rusalka "
Containing approximate1)' 1.500
sets of records, the librars a. re-
cently enlarged through a bequest
of 360 reeordi fro?n William H.
Ford, of Coconut Grove. The late
Mr. Ford's collection is primarilj
operatic.
ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOB PASSOVER HOUDAI|
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April 4. 1958
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MER1BIAN f^jCttHACAA
CATERING IS AN ART
SAM EHRENZWEIG, welWcTteWfTrestcuranfeur and
owner of SHERRY LINCOLN (Meridian Ave.) announces
the expansion of his operations to include
CATERING
formerly -connected with the world-famous Loui Sherry of
[New Vi rk, Sam was the first to iniroduce the world's finest
Louis Snerry fee Cream in this area.
[lie entered,the restaurant business and continued his success
Ibccause of his know-how and conscientious belief in serving
lonlv top quality foods.
iTIic SHERRY LINCOLN established an excellent reputation for
|the fine food -and pastries served in their restaurant.
iBekrc entering the CATERING field, Sam gathered and train-
led i raff with years of experience, and is now ready to CATER
Lvui' party ... be it small or large.
ICivr vour maid the day off as our trained staff takes over.
just call SHERRY LINCOLN CATERERS, JE 2-2974, and our
representative will be glad to discuss your party, whether it
Is for 15 persons or 1500 at your home or hotel.

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to pemember.
Bar Mitzvahs and Weddingsand all the
important milestones in life. Our Catering
Department is particularly deft in capturing
the special significance of your occasion.
Our Million Dollar Redecoration Program
has made us Miami's largest and finest
hotel, with the widest selection of
facilities for any function, from the
smallest group to a'banquet for one thousand.
Call Catering Manager: Henry Braun
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You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for o
wedding or a private party I
NEW YORK-Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion of Israel said
Monday he would "deiinitely go
to Cairo" to meet with Egyptian
President Nasser "any time Nas-
ser invites me."
In an interview published in
Look Magazine, Ben-Gurion declar-
ed that he would not hesitate to ne-
gotiate with Nasser -as man to
man" because "I have never
J| thought of him as a Hitler; I don't
< think he would or couid do wha^
4 Hitler did."
Th*7'-Year-o!d *rilr,i *d*r
said he also was willing to con-
sider an invitation to Isratl to
join the United Arab Republic.
The offer was extended on a
Cairo broadcast in Hebrew re-
cently.
"If they mean it seriously," Ben-
Gurion said in Look, "we are will-
ing to consider the offer.
"In fact, we are trying to find
out whether they are serious or
not. Personally, 1 think it was
merely propaganda. If they are
serious, why didn't they also broad-
cast in Arabic so that their owi.
people would hear it?"
Deploring the arms race in the
Middle East, Ben-Gurion called
for a complete disarmament pro-
gram in preference to a Russian
proposal to ban all new weapons
shipments to the area.
A ban would leave the Arabs
with a tremendous superiority, he
pointed out, because "there is no
arms balance today."
"We would agree to complete
disarmament of Israel and all the
nations of the Middle Eastexcept
for Turkey, which is in a special
situation ... Of course, to make
general disarmament effective, we
would need a very good system of
inspection. But that's up to the
Arabs; we are ready to cooper-
ate."
Ben-Gurion's comments in Look
on other subjects included.:
Establishment of diplomatic
relations with West Germany
"Whenever Germany is ready.
There will be no difficulty here.
Some people in Israel eppose It,
but they are a minority. Why
should we go on hating the Ger-
mansespecially the new gener-
ation who had nothing to do with
me Hitler period?"
Reform Jews"Send me 10,-
000 Reform Jews, and I can prom-
ise you they will have their own
synagogues and rabbis. Let them
try. They will see that we have
freedom of religion here."
U.S. arms shipments to Arab
nations"You are twice wrong
for sending arms to them and for
not sending arms to us."
the

3\tcrs #
HAZEL ALLISON

Phone JE 1-6061
SI. a Collln. A
taveatruly luxurious
weuamq
fashion show
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s. Seville
"'tcMwj (adWies, experienced man.gement,
pert $t,H_lB to m you tor much less
un you could imagine. Remember-
VILLE alfair-whether let 10 or 1.000-
" ""'* """ h mt iracious mm!
^J^rmoHT. nth to soth strict*, wiami siacm
Beth David Will
Honor Graduates
Beth David will honor candidates
for graduation from the congre-
gation's Hebrew Department, as
well as members' children grad-
uating from the Community He-
brew High School, at Passover
services Sunday morning.
Graduates will participate in the
service and read the Torah por-
tion.
Graduated are Rita, daughter of
Mr. ami Alt?*. .Mui tun il.-ine.. L,.,ruui daughter of Dr. ami Mm. Abraham
BoBserj Howard, aon of Mr. and Mr-
Jark Boll; Stashes, KM of Mr. a:Kl
Mr*. Mai-hold Dajbrow; Howard, soa
of Mr. and Mrs. llyinui Bujtson; Vic-
tor, non of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kiah-
man
Dwvkl. son of Mr nnrl Mrs. Jnok
Qevar; Joel. Bon of Mr. unit Mi> Jai >
DavM, .son of Mr. anil Mr*
Max Handshu: Alan, son of Mr. nnd
Mr*. Max jacobaon; .1 innthan. son of
Mr. ami Mr* Bernard Kan tor; Mon-
roe, son of Mr. ami Mrs David Kap-
lan; Stephen, non of Mr. anil Mrs. h-
w in I.uMmi-. Sli|iHi n. BOO of Mi and
Mrs. Victor Levin*
Myron, son at Mr. ami Mrs i: i
ward Mass; Mkb*< in of Mr. and
Mra. Iul* Mixheloli. Charles, aon of
Mr. ami Mr-. Abraham iViivinrwIskv:
l.airy. son of Mr an I Mrs Ma v in
Plu*; Charles, son of Mi. an llernard Relter: Linda, dauahter of
Mr. and Mrs. I.o-.ii- .-' lav mtiiran;
Myrna. dauatktar ol La*, an l Mr*, la-
iat-l fcttotaky: Ala i, aon of Mr. and
Mr*. Lewi Bternahela Robert, lee of
Mr. and Mrs. Ham Stone; l:
son of Mrs. May Vocefi Robert, bon
of Mr. and Mi IVolfsuA.
Oraduaii'i ; ri...-1 the r*oinnmnlty
Hebrew Iran School ire Sandra,
daughter of Mrs R Rnld. danehlir of Mr. and Mrs
ham linker. Judy, daughter of Mis
ftoobU WaWon; nd Hubert, aon of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kunat.
13-A

Zreal yourself and your loved ones
to a rick experience...
presents
A TRADITIONAL PASSOVER
SEDER
in the Pompeii Room -.
A Bates*!icant (attlval
in a Floral Tempi. Garden tatting
featuring
CANTOR HERBERT RICHARD BROWN
of tht Hnbrow Union CoV/eoe of Sacrtd Masic
BEN YOMEN CHOIR. BEN YOMEN conducting
MARGARET YOMEN. Nortotot
APRIL 4, 1958
For Reserrntions:
Catering Office JF 2-2561
Jacques Ostadal JE 2-2411
Where
& Collins Meet1
ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD ANO COLLINS AVf THAT IS)
Tha High Spot of Mlomi Beach Ihe lucama i quite
occuitomed to lerving governor! a% well o% o'her
celebntiei and becaule ol it famous hotpitolity,
delicious food, marvelous service and tamible prkat..,
* l lha licit choice of hundredi lor
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AND oar fobulovt HAVANA MARDI CRAS rftow k)
All YOURS for ony party you give in the CLUB CHAIET I
Moka plom now fhone Mr. SOITZ, JE 2-2541
Hall do tha work you II hove tha fan!
The Award Winning
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A brilliant event!
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by an invitation to a function at
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IECAL NOncT
NOTICE UNDit
FICTITIOUS NAijI"
Notuk is ii
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Shown at Sunday night lackotf rally for Za- chairman; CoL Sidney H. Palmer, master oj
mora Jewish Center building fund campaign cerersciue*: Judge Ray H. Pearson, gvies
are (left to right Nathan Davidow, nriistt specke: and Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. pmtuol
Gerald D. Yanks, chairman of build ag fund leader.
campaign; Abraham itfaloif. challenge
561,950 Pledged in Zamora Drive
As Affiliate Groups Also Support
Abraham Maloff. chairman of
the challenge pita committee oi
the Zamora Jewish Center buil
fund campaign, brought dM
from a kickoff rally au'hence S
dav when he announced that S61-
950 in challenge gifts had been re-
ceded from just 23 person.-
three organizations
The campaign, chaired by
aid D. Yanks, is seeking to o-
S150.000 for the erection of a r
sanctuary building. The met
v.as held at the Zamora Je
Center Auditorium
Guest speaker was Judge Ray
H. Pearson, recently elected see-
retarr of the National Conference
-nstians and Jews. Judge
Pearson, speakins: on 'Significance
of the Zamore Building Fund Cam-
paign to Our Community." empha-
sised that the only road to a
peaceful world i> the religious in-
oa vkuch car. come from a
cotiawig prewts of our religious
.j. AjMrin
PmiaMiai a* ttee ean*r*gation
Ntiun DidM tipriiitd
e.ey confidence that the lead-
ership and inspiration which the
members have displayed can
net help but achieve success."
Master of ceremonies was Col.
Your Forward Progress
Has Been Shown By
Combined Civic Improvements
RE-ELECT
Byron S. McGUIRE
-YOUR-
FULL TIME COUNCILMAN
honesty sincerity mmuii
not wild promises progress
PULL 5A-LEYER-5A

Sidney H. Ptlmtr, president of
I Beth El Coogresatien.
Other participants included
Stephen Maloff. treasurer of Youth
; Fellowship. Al Kn.il. Mr*
Altman. Joel Cohen. Abraham
Maloff. and Gerald D. Yanks.
A hish point of the evening was
the announcement of pledges made
by affiliated organizations of the
Center Mrs. Grace Kivel. presi
dent-elect of the Zamora Sister-
hood, revealed a Sisterhood pledge
of S15.000 to underwrite construc-
tion of the new kitchen. Herman
Douglas, president of the Men's
Club, announced a pledge of $5,000
for the Youth Activities Room.
Speaking for Mrs Bernice Green-
stein. president of the PTA. Mrs.
Ceil Miller, past president, declar-
ed that the PTA voted unanimous-
ly to dedicate the principal's office.
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ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLOR'OA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 5SC2480
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Your Gulf Life
Representative
Ask him how one Gulf life
insurance policy with Adapt-A-
Plon can protect your homo,
provide family income, add
income to your retirement
fund, or help tend your chil-
dren to college.
MAX M. FELDMAN
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FOR
AND
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LOWELL t "PAT" PATRICK
Candidate it City Council in North Miami BMch
WILL FIGHT FOR .
I A well planned budget to prevent an increase in
local taxes
I Elimination of safety and health hazards
I Improvement and expansion of recreational facilities
far oar young people and our senior citizens
I Progressive street improvement with lights
i Positive approach to future planning and zoning
LOWELL G. "PAT" PATRICK m grtvp 6
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commercial
social
m hotel
wedding *a|H.(.M/a||
Dial FRantlin 3-4634
1H n.e. tilth street
mi,Bi' 32. fin id.
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IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLOMIOA.
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NOTICE UNDER
tirTlT'OUS NAME L*W
I, K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
b< -iK ii'il. .Ifj-i. iriK t<> engage in
t. uniler the fictitious name of
|\*|, HALES at 75J N.E. UTth
I'ri'i Miami H-ncb. Flm-Ms I"-
In r.-KiMtfr Raid name With the
of the circuit Court 01 Daue
fioHda.
Pole Owner
DAVID MiicDONNA
b\ SCHUl.MAN
Lj. for David Mac Donna
T'44-ll
15-A
_ NOTICE UNDER
x.?J',TJ0 NA** LAW
-E BY PUBLICATION
"IRCUIT COURT OF THB
rn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
B IN AND FOR DADE
OUNTV. IN CHANCERY.
No. 5SC2448
I4RIK KKYEK VYBIBEL.
Sntirr.
H WKIBEU
sndaht,
!sUIT FOR DIVORCE
|VII H WEI BEL
gasl Court Street
lvl.-ton. Pennsylvania
|r, hereby notified that a Rill
plaint for Divorce has been
ninvt \.hi. and >u are re<|Ulr-
i opj of your Answer or
to the RIM o i'omr>ll n
ilntlff'" Attorney. JOSEPH
J09 Industrial .National Bank
_, Mintni 32, Florida and file
[Inn! Answer or Pleading In the
V the Clerk of tile Circuit
or !>''< the 28th day of
|:,v If you fall to do HO, Judg-
ilefault will he taken ngalnst
[the relief demanded In the BUI
burnt.
ANIl ORDERED at Miami,
this Jjth day of March, A.D.
LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
'ourt, Dade County. Florida
Rj N. A IIKWETT.
Deputy Clerk.
. PARDO
tstrial National Bank Bldg.
ij. F'orida.
til -1
NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
l-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, desiring to engage In
undei the fictitious name of
fMAROARET CO, (not incor-
I at 1657 Meridian Avenue, Ml-
i h, Ha Intends to resistor
ie with the Clerk of the i'ir-
h:i "f Hade i 'ountv. Florida.
KA.MIEI, KHRENZWBia
III WALLER
Applicant
4-11
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
>i;age in
i ililoua name ol
| \ TRADING l!C-
I '.. Mint I ie li ll, Fla In -
ante with the
Coort of Bade
IFIorid i
.1 R BCHWABT1
./ L'HRLICH
Applicant
ii-is
In the State
ihEMf^'"'". M.'"ml **""" Florida
_, NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,NTICE fS KlCRKR? ari/Uf thst
the undersigned, desiring t engage In
l_IO.NF.ETl HOI KR-sl KH Meridian
to"rl'^lU,m!,"PHrK ,"r,," ImSS
En?' ^-n"^K"
'.?L.' CIRCUIT COURT OF tui
1th JUDICIAL CIRCLET OF fJo!"
iNCHVffrfa D-> COUNTY-.
PlninV *LU(nl
1:UD.f^dan, K OA'-''".
atisviiie. Maryland, are required to
divorce" wlVT^ '5. th' -orrTphliTt 3
co.?rT..S h "" n*rk <* '" Shove
will he taken an confessed.
on
M
Dated lM.I*yjr March. IMS.
(seal! ''"jV^P"?***' n*
' L <* the Circuit v,rt
Ry iMk
.1/lt-2l-f. 4/4
Deputy Clerk,
NOTICE OF APPPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 52KH
.NOT'ff- IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W Hegel, holder as "
.IriraT r-0,,>K ^aml Tax Sale Oer-
!L r'.t" "umBered -.030 and S0S1, dated
! .. ,,a>' June, A.D. 1141 k..
filed MM .ertlflcatei In my o.fi.e, an"
has made application for tax deed to
oi'lf ,h,'r''0" I" accordance with law
Said certificates embrace the following
described property, situated In Dade
County. State of Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 12. Block 5 Northern Boulevard
Tract, Plat Book 2. I-age In the
City of Miami, County of Dade
State of Florida, as embraced In
Certificate No. 5hS0. the ssaeas-
ment of said property under the
said certificate Issued was In the
name of Unknown.
^t 14, Block 5, Northern Boulevard
act. Plat Book 2. Page 29. In the
City of Miami, County of Dade.
State of Florida, as embraced In
Certificate Nn, foil. The ases-
ment or said propertv under the
said certificate Issued was In the
name of Unknown.
Unless said certificates shall he re-
deenie.l according to law, tax dee.i will
AD* -ereon "" ,ne 9,h da> of Al'rll.
Dated this Ith day of March, A.D.
IIH.
H B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Forlda
(seal) By It. M. Ii:i:ri:it.
l/r.lMIl l-P.y Clerk
!N..THC CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
Uh JUDICIAL C.RCU T OF FLOR
,OA\J.N~?H* r* *>AO COUNTY
, 'N,CHANCERY. No. 20^3
Plaintiffs.
NOTICE Ui-JDER
pCTITIOUS NAME LAW
i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
: Ins to engage In
inder the fictitious name of
casti tt at lot > Blaoayna
ill.iinl intend to register said
rllh lln Clerk of the Circuit
I Mil.- i 'ounty, Florida.
r.M, CASTLE SYSTEMS, INC.
A- BITTEL
. for
tie Systems, Inc.
trial Nat 1. I'.alik lildg.
It, 1 1
NOTCE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
prslgned, aeslrlng to engage in
i" the fictitious nane of
MTO CLASS & MIRROR CO.
I*.w Street, Miami, l-'.or-
tiil tn register saM name with
sk of tlie Circuit Court ol Dade
Florida.
IMDNKY lU.rMKNFKI.D 50*
IHiiWARIi KAPLAN r.0%
|T, SILVER MULLOY
for Applicants
l-ll-lv
i of the Children's Court of
ounty of Onondaga, held at ths
Ity Court House In the City of
uit. New York, on the J4th dsy
Ibruary, 1958.
V HON. LEO J YEHLE, Judge.
itlK MATTER OF THE
Ah' H'TION
Of
l."lis EDWARD PECK
puHII inder M years of age
Ljendlng and filing the petition
(NNKTII W WRIGHT AND
wRIIiHT duly verified on the
1 "' Pehru apnlving
a'liipllon or LOUIS EDWARD
nnd m,n the affidavit of
JUIMiiN SMITH PECK and
III M III'TTAR dulv exe<-uted
IKnowiedged on the 2th day of
lr>. 19 whereby It appears
C,S,ii whereabouts of the
I'^KItr WALTER I'iX'K, pre-
t.', ,,i",nor of said Infant are
r-u..1.' '" haralw
fM I'. Hi,i ROBERT WALTER
I "" cause before me. on the
P> "( April, 1958, at 2 o'clock In
rerm.iin. or as s NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -
\-"TI,-K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the mi leraigned, det ring to sngace In
buainexs under tlie flctltiOUI B
JEKTCO I'RINTIXii Intends to reg-
ister said name mull the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Fkirida.
J'.HN R. HILL
3/21-2S. 4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busaaess under tn,- fictitious name of
SAM MALLEN CXI. (not Inc.) at i40
No. Miami Aw., Miami, Fat.. Iirteftd
to register said name with the Cleik
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MAX MA I.I.E.\
GLADYS LASER
AMOS BENJAMIN
Atiiirrw.v for Applicants
1790 c.oal Way
8/J1-M. 1/4-11
BJJBCTRO CON-.TTRfCTroN CO
,',i /"""olved Florida corpor-
atlon, et a Is.,
Defendants.
toNGT.',C. 5Y PUBLICATION
CrT^i ~A'KC2R(' fONBTRUCTlON
->., i.\< a dissolved Florida curnur-
U TA "V !-'" '" "amed llrec^irs a,
E-'^AD&R'Yr, 'm'^a'ttFSON1
assigns, successors In interest, trus-
Iht"'.."^ Hn>" neT party claiming by,
'*. unner, r against any named
?, T JY'r lega "'"> unkown
?uVh .m* """ "r.,ta'm'nil to have any
rlgHt, title or Interest In and to the
property Involved In this ault. to-WlR
HFtcnt-S1"1 BJrk '- okxunc
,;,~i'?T 0<-o/ thereof, recorded In Plat Book 10
rSuntt wth.e, P"hitc >ris of Dade
t ounty, Florida:
YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are
hereby required to serve a copv of
your answer or pleading to the amend-
ed complaint In the nbove described
cause, on the attorneys for the Plaln-
''"" BEIL^TEIN MILLER. Cn-
f f"u itu"'"?K; M'""!'. Florida, and
o .k* hi orl*'l"\l Hnsw.r or pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 14th day
of April 1958; and If you and ea h of
you fail so to do, the said amended
complaint will be taken as confessed
oy you. The amended complaint filed
herein r..r the purpose of Mulcting
tio- tine, to the above described prop.
WITNESS my hand nnd seal of this
Court on the llth day of March lV.s
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
By; JOAN SNEEDEN.
3/14-21-2S.4/4 l."'""y (''"rk-
or as soon thereafter
'i can he heard, why an order
ii lie granted approving the
t' ;'.',",' "n'' It Is herebv further
;':'.'" that service t>f a copy
,,., '.' .I;-, made upon ROBERT
w.. K "'the*' personally, at
"(' n">'" prior to the return
*v nuhllcntlons thereof
I "' w*""k 'or six successive
btini.. ",",'-""Jpapers publlhe,l In
I Ilk.i. ''"'' B'ate of Florida.
|RT w.'.'VJ:!** """<< to said
CT WAITER PECK and by de-
lt s-,' "v " the ,u""""; N'HW York. "" "r
r *tr,T, "i"'lv '''""| Post-paid
let, _m"" 'h....."'
.... M '"rty-two
iCw" 1"" h-reof: anl
' "ervli ,|i} ,,,
d Mislllng hi
of ,hi a-d si"l. I in
""' nppllcatlon for '-.,,

1 F> i I vi 'I I
he rMldrm*. Cor,
"nondaga, N.T.
!'--X4/t-i,
notice y publication
in The circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery. no. 5802059
harry pierce,
Plain tilt,
I -
ELEANOR PIERCE,
Defendant.
BUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ELEANOR PIERCE
14 Union Street
Hulllstoii. Mas-tachuaetts
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint lor Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve B copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint or
the plaintiff's Attorney, MELVIN
mChakfer. 200 s.w. 2nd Aveaue,
Miahii, Florida, .iii.i ine toe original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 18th day of April, 1958. If
you fail tu do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against yon for the rellel
demanded in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week Tor four consecutive weeks
in I'll 10 JEWISH KliORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 13th day of Match, A.D.
19S8.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By JOAN BNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MELVIN SiHAFFER
^tHI s.W. :'nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/21-28. 4/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES OOUBT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. NUt-A
In RE: Estate or
i.ii.i.ia.n BCHACalTBB
I ceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D'STR' BUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that we
have filed our FTTHl Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executors of the estate "I
Lillian Rchachtei d; and tb->t
on the 18th day of April, IMS, we will
appl.N to the Hi.noral.....'ounty Judges
of Dade County. I' lorlda, for approval
of sail I' nil Report and for distrlhu-
tfoi and final dpcharite as ICxi
of the estate of the above named de-
i sdi hi
This 15th day of .March, II
MILTON H \' II I i:i!
ALICE t VMo.NDS
BURNETT Rl 'I'll. K t| and
r'HANK i
m i.i each, Pla,
i i-.i-.t.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n*
PALLOT-S FURNITURE OUTLET at
3410 North West 3fith Street, Miami
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MIAMI FURNITURE OUTLET, Inc.
1/14-21-28, 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JEWELERS MESSENOER SERVICE
at 706 Dade-Commonwealth Building,
Miami, Florida Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
ALBERT SOLO
LEWISON FREED
Attorneys for Applicant
406 Industrial Bank Building
3'14-21-CT, 4/4
iN.^THE_Clr,CU,T COURT OT THB
ITth JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLOR-
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
Plaintiff,
MA!?-<>m* HBLMB,
iWenrtant
ORDER TO AP-PBAR
Tik'.^. MAJf ,'*>'T' HELMS: 1750
2^LKn"y I^|VB' R*no' Nevada, are
*!ZL no,lr'-- that a complaint for
mvorce has been file* against you and
you are reaulred to serve a copy of
i22L.i?r"wT ,0 Complaint on
Sa^fJ'ir" V'S?**' r"'a"*e M Barnes,
in Calome BMf, Miami. Fl on o;
?Urt f ^k.*"??1 In ,h* n,,[c" the
'T "' this Court. If yon fall to do
so judgment by default will he taken
*!""'. **!? for ,Be l*'" oght
. Jrfated thle 7th day of March, 1958
lmM.. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
tseai) of the Clrcuh Court
By: JOAN 8NKEDKN
8/14-21-28. 4/4 E>"Pty Clerk.
im -r^?TJCE TO CREDITORS
N ANr,C^JV JUDCeS' COURT
Piomrt? ,fOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 43U25-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS ETTLINGER
I >e ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Estnte" "r I,emHIM,H Aaalnst Said
-Ti''^"n',JM'"n .of >'ou' are hereby
notified and required to present any
calms and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LOUIS ETTLINGER de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
ii.JtneHonor"b''- County Judges of
JJ". r,?unty. and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In I hide County, Florida, within eiht
calendar months from the date of the
f'e*. r,K...,f|on hrro, a.,,, cta|m>
or demands to contain the legal ad-
uresa m claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date March 10. A.D. 1918.
LILLIAN ETTLINGER. As Exe-
cutrix of the !.ast Will and Testa-
ment of LOUIS ETTLINGER, De-
ceased.
KOVNER iv MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Lillian F^ttllnger,
Executrix
3/14-21-28. 4/4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
BoIicltB four toqed eoIIcbb.
W appfoeltxt* your
patronage and guarant**
accuralB BOlc ol Ugal
nrt Phone FR 4-4366
fOB mBMBBIQet BBTriCBl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious na
RISCAYNE TERRACE FLORIST
AND 1 Kl'lT 8H1PPHR at Blscayne
Terrace Hotel, 1441 Blscayne Blvd.
Miami, F'la., intends to register mid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
LOUISE Si IBEL
3/*> 4'4_t1.iq
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nanu of
STo.NE'S SERVICE CENTER at 1627
S.W. 87th Avenue, Miami. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
F'ltED STONE
S/28, 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Sir Herbert Motel: Sir Herbert Motel
& Apartments: Sir Herbert Apart-
ments: Sir Herbert Hotel: Sir Herbert
Apartment Motel at 1910 71st Street,
Miami Beach, Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MK.I. INC a Florida Corporation
IRVINE C. SPFIAR
Attorney for Applicant
a Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla.
, 4/4-11-1R
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 107187
HERMAN COHEN,
PhWntlrr.
RKRNARD M SHOTKIN. and
HOARD OF THAI iE, a Florida
corporation,
Defendants.
NOTfCE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALL parlies claiming Interest
by. through, under, or against the de-
fendimis herein, and to all parties
having or claiming to have any right,
title, and Interest In the property here-
Inafter described, to-wlt:
Lot m a .f i.awrf:nce park
AMENDED, as recorded In Plat
Hook 7. Page 14n, of the Public
Records of Dade Countv Florida.
YOU, BERNARD M SHOTKIN and
BOARD OP TRADE. INC, a Florida
inn. a'l whose residences are
unknown, sie required t<> fl'e your an-
war to the creditor's lull Hh th<
clerk of the above Court and >
.it,' ii Hi i 'ohen At-
torney. I8M Congress Building. Miami
i Ida, or or before Anrll mth.
Itor'a bill win be taken
?nfessed.
Dated Much m. ln_
i: B LEATHERM \N. C'erk
(......1) of the drcltl <
By JOAN SNEEDEN. D.C.I
8/14-21-28, 4/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 43071.A
In RE: Estate of
Til.I.IE BACH,
I Mceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .Ml Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands AgalnS! Said
Estate:
SOU ale hereby notified I'nil r*Jltfr**d
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tl
late of Til,lie BACH, deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the coun-
ty Judges of Imde Coiin'v, and fHe
the same In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
Ida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same wl'l be barred.
NAOMI BACH FRIEDMAN.
SIDNEY EFRONSON
21S Shoreland Bldg., Miami, Fla.
2/21-28,4/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 58C2248
EMMA BOOQS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ALEXANDER BOOGS.
|pfe* .*
TO: ALEXANDER BOGGS
116-:i6 14Xth Sti.-.t
Jamaica, Ix>ng Island, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copv of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, MORTON m. BEIGEL, 9'i4
i Ituildlng. Miami 22, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the ISth
day of April, 1S8. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Comnlslnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ISth dav of Match. ls.">s.
E. B, LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: N. A HEWEtt
Deputy Clerk.
BEIGEL ft TEITFM.MAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
04 Blscayne Building
Miami 12. Florida
3/21-2*. 4/4-11
LtOAL NOTICE________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 5SC1970
VAUGHN RICHARDSON, and
CATHERINE CARDICN RICHARD-
SON, also known as CATHERINE L.
CARDEN, his wife,
Plaintiffs, .
vs.
KATHFIRINE DuPUlS, a widow.
Mi-BRIUES INC., a Florida corpor-
ation, It's successors and assigns;
JOSEPH A. McBTtlDE and
McBRIDF:. his wife,
ROBFTRT URICIIO and ELLEN
URICHo. his wife
GF:OR'iE URICHO and LILLIAN
URICHO, his wife, their heirs and
assigns, executors and administrators.
and all persons having or claiming any
Interest by. through or under the
above named Defendants. If alive, and
if dead, the unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees or grantees of the same, hav-
ing or claiming any Interest In follow-
ing lands:
Lot Btock 14 or MIAMI PARK,
SFK'TION TWO, according to the
rial thereof, recorded in Plat Book
46 at page 22 of the Public Records
Of I Mile County, Florida,
Detendants,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU ARF; HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a proceeding to Quiet Title has been
brought in the Circuit Court of the
llth Judicial Circuit of Florida; In snd
for Dade County, against all persons
claiming any Estate, right, title or In-
inteiest in or Hen upon, the following
described real property situated in
Dade County, Florida, t-i-wlt:
Lot :. Bloi k II of MIAMI PARK.
SECTION TWO, according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In Hal Book
46 at page x: of tin- Public Records
of I laic i 'ounty. Florida,
and you are bereft: d t-> file
with the Clerk of said Court your An-
awer or other Pleadings and t" furnish"
a copy to George N MacDonell, Pain-
tiff- Attorney, 1011-14-15 Langford
Building, Miami, Florida on ot before
the mi, das "f April, IM8, I thi Com-
plaint, setting up the Bstate, right,
title or Interest In or Hen upon l
above desi i ied properl I by
con. Otherwise, judgment hy default
may he entered against you.
DATED at Miami, Dade Countv,
Florida this the llth day of .March,
B. B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
(seal) of tiie above styled Court
Bj L A. CLEARE,
Deputy Clerk.
S/14-21-2S. 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctitltous nam,m of
OXF'ORD A ITS. and o X F'o R D
APARTMENTS at UTTo and HTs" Hist
Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Fbirbor Is-
lands, Miami Peach, Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH NEWMAN
KOVNER MANNHBIMER
Attorneys for Joseph Newman
V14-21-28, 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SONVAS LADIES WEAR Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PONYA LIERERMAN
JOE I.IEHERMAN
J. MAURICE FINK EL
ley for Sonya Lieberman
\ t 4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. SBC 1932
HELEN WINELAND,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BOLUS F. WINELAND.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HOLMS F. WI.NEI.AM/
612 Brookwood Drive
Baltimore 29, Maryland
You HOI.I.IS K WINELAND are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Mead-
Ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorneys, WEINSTFIIN,
W EINSTEIN ft \V EINSTEIN, 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the llth dny
of April. Ia8. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will lie taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Bill of Complaint
Thla notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of March. A.D.
I:.8.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad.- County. Florida
(seal) By R. H. RICE. JR..
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Clement Urges US.
Dispel Doubt Israel
Is Nation to Stay
Some 400 persons heard Got.
Frank G. Clement of Tennessee de-
clare: "A strong Israel is for the
best interests of America."
Gov. Clement was prir.cpal
speaker at the third annual eJew-
ner of the Greater Muni Zionist
Council in the DeauviUe hotel &-
alay night
Preceding Gov. Clements talk.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-El. presented Harry Sirkin
with a plaque for "outstanding ser-
vice to the Zionist Organization of
America." and many other Jewish
causes.
Taking a determined stand in
behalf of Israel, Clement setd
hat "Israel must be supported
by the United States and Nw
Western nations if democracy is
to survive." Clement said that
this feeling is shared by the ma-
jority of Amercans, Jew and
non-Jew alike, and he urged me
State Department to dispel any
remote assumption that Israel
will some day cease to exist.
"Without a strong Israel." the
Governor concluded, "we cannot
have peace and security in the
Middle East."
Dr David S. Andron. president
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, condemned the complacency
of American Jews toward Israel's
fate and urged support ot the
American Zionist Fund.
Dr. Morton J. Robbins. national
vice president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, gave a
resume of Zionist history and its
accomplishments during 60 years
of the existence of the ZOA.
S. E. Schwarz was chairman.
Leo Robinson. Dr. Andron, and
Charles Fruchtman were honorary
co-chairmen.
i""dqy, April 11
Clement of Tennessee (third from left) greets Mr
and Mrs. Harry Sirkin at third annual Greater Miami Zionist
District dinner Sunday at Deauville hoteL S. E. Schwartz, din-
ner chairman, looks on. Function honored Sirkin for his en-
dearcr in behalf of Zionist Organization of America.__________
Rights Declaration Lauded at UN Fete
Chaplains Travel Far to Help
Gl's With Passover Services
NEW YORK'JTA>The impor
'snee of the Declaration of Hum in
Ruthts adopted by the United Na-
tions ten years ago was stressed
here this week at a ceremony dur-
ing which a joint publication on
human rights issued by 32 national
organizations representing 37 mil-
lion Americans was presented to
Ambassador R. Gunewardene of
Ceylon. nwly elected chairman of
the UN Commission on Human
Rights.
The presentation was made by Strosine that the "destiny of
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. The Jew human rights is in the hands of all
ish groups among the 32 organiza- citizens." Mis. Roosevelt said:
_____^_________________ i
"It is our hope that 'In Your
Hands' may inspire them to
ions include the American Jewish
Committee. American Jewish Con-
YSS- and others.
In accepting the publication,
entitled "In Your Hands," Anv
bsssador Gunewardene said that
the Declaration of Hiraan Rights
"ards u as perhaps the
ortieti achievement of the Uni-
ted Nations to date" in promot-
ing and 4.:couraging fundamen-
tal freedoms.
Gerstein to be Speaker
State Atty. Richard Gerstein will
discu*s "Practical Steps in the
Prosecution of a Criminal Case"
at a meeting of Bar and Gavel
Society of the University of Miami
law school Apr. 11. He will speak
at 1 p.m. in room 116 of the uni-
1 verity's law school, main campus.
str<'"7thn their re'a'ions with one
another: to acouaint themselves
with the Universal Declaration of
Human Rights: to discuss it with
their neighbors; to examine their
n practice* in the lieht of the
standard it has raised, and to im-
. prove these practices wherever it
I is needed."
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NEW YORK Five Jewish
chaplains who flew thousands
of miles on Passover missions will
officiate Friday night at mass Se-
donm to be held at U.S. military
stations from Thule. Greenland to
the Caribbean, and from North
Africa to Korea, according to the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
organizer of global "Operation
Passover."
Nearly 150.000 Jewish military
personnel and hospitalized veter-
ans will take part in Seder serv-
ices to be conducted by the corps
of 370 full and part-time Jewish
chaplains.
A member of USO. JWB is the
government authorized agency
for serving the religious and mor-
ale needs of Jewish servicemen
and hospitaliied veterans. Through
its Commission on Jewish Chap-
laincy, JWB recruits, endorses and
serves Jewish chaplains in the US.
Armed Forces.
Rabbi David Max Eichorn. di-
rector of field operations of
JWB's Chaplaincy Commission.
who has just completed a 3e,ae*-
mile religious mission to Jewish
chaplains in the Far East, will
be guest of honor and principal
speaker at Passover Seder serv-
ices to be held in Ascem City,
Korea, where Gl guests-from all
parts of Korea will be present.
Following Seder services. Rabbi
Eichorn goes to Japan- where he
will conduct a Passover religious
retreat for some 400 servicemen at
Camp Drake, near Tokyo, Apr. 7
to 9.
Also officiating Friday night
ater long flights are Chaplain
Henry Arrow (Northeast Air Gwn-
and) in Thule, Greenland; Chap-
lain Nathan Landman (Andrews
Air Force Base. Wash.. D. C.) in
Iceland: Chaplain Samuel Karff
(Maxwell AFB. Ala.) in Goose
AFB. Labrador; Chaplain Kenneth
Bromberg (Sheppard Ar_
in Pepperel AFB. Newfoual
Rabbi Nathan Witkm uso
worker in Panama, and pu
Jewish chaplain, covered alii
stations in the Caribbean
10.000-mile flight, before k
services Friday in Balboa.
number of sailors and fcu
from maneuvers in Vieques
will be present. Sailors aai]
nnes unable to get away (m
exercises will make do wftV
over food packages fur,
JWB.
Nearly 4.000 of these food]
furnished by women if]
with JWB's Women's
tions Division, will be oprue
day and Saturday at "solo I
im" by small groups of me*
will have to go it alone at L'.t
dar, missile and anti-aircrafti
in the U. S. and overseas.
packages are in addition |
thousands of pounds ot P
kosher foods and sundry
religious materials shipj
JWB for the Sedonm to U
ducted by Jewi-h chaplains i
country and overseas in "
Africa. Asia and the Car
Tryoufs for Prodscfm
Newly-formed Temple$||
Theater Group will hold
Sunday, 10 a.m.. at N. Mia
ior High School Actors, i
musicians and singers art I
for the group's musical
production scheduled June H|
15.
FBI Man to Talk
Singles Limited will meal
day, 8 p.m.. at the Alcuarl
roof. Allan Gillies of the M
Bureau of Investigation, ifl|
on "Experiences of tat
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Undisputed fashion "first" of Sunday's Key
Day was the colorful array of styles presented by
the irrepressible "Les Girls" of CJA "Key-
note" was Mrs. Harry Smith's dazzling pumpkin-
colored chemise with shoes and bag to match,
topped by a fetching sailor straw of Milano
blue .
Mrs~Melvin Frumkes wore a flare-bottom beige "sack" trim-
in white, and Mrs. Joseph Friedman's fluffy cinnamon taffeta
Emise evoked the admiring glances of everyone .
f The girls' multi-colored pointed shoes were the center of photo-
Lpher interest, butscoop! and don't forget you saw it here first!
hey secretly changed to walking flats when they began their Key
|j march!
Sim and Tillie Schaehno, of 755 Alton rd., have been happily
fcrtaining their daughter, Juliette, who's now Mrs. Sheldon Roth-
a, of Brooklyn Also here for the three-week-stay was their
t-month-old granddaughter, Esther"our own Queen Esther for
\im,- laughed Tillie.
Birth Daze ... Dr. and Mrs. Richard I. Deutch are the proud
tents of little Richard E. Deutch, Jr. And that makes grand-
rents out of Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovirz.
Mark May 16 on your calendarthat's the date of the first
sited Nations Ball to be held in Greater Miami Committees
still in formation, with Mrs. Albert Pollek in the executive
kition Already on her staff are Mrs. Sailing Baruch, Nancy
ii^ewislhJEII Miami, Florida, Friday, April 4, 1958
Section B
Seitlins Congratulated on 50th Anniversary
Continued on Page I
ro Highlights
Women's Meet
Lpr. 7 meeting of the Menorah
flip of the Miami chapter of
dassah will have two main high-
kts.
parting at 1 p.m., the Hillel
p>e of the University of Miami
resound with the voices of six
ladies in maternity clothes as
|y enact an original skit, "Ma-
pity Minyon," directed by Mrs.
rold Abbott.
[Starring will be Mrs. David
rm*n, Mrs. Martin Feldman,
rs. George ResenfieM, Mrs.
jmuel Steinberg, Mrs. Benja-
henbtrg and Mrs. Norman
They will-be accompanied
Mrs. Esther Barrett at Mm
|ano.
econd highlight of the afternoon
|1 be Miss Eugenia Schein in a
on "Modern Dance and its
fationship to Hebraic Dance
rms."
iliss Schein studied under Mar-
Graham and taught at Hunter
Bege in New York City. She is
pently teaching at the Jewish
nmunity Center and at the
Iral Gables War Memorial Cen-

*
Henry and Jennie Seitlin, pio-
neer Miamians, celebrated their
RoWen wetftfing anniversary this
week.
Married in Gomel, Russia, 50
years a?o on Apr. 1, they reaf-
firmed their devotion and were
again wed Sundaythis time in a
ceremony attended by their chil-
dren and grandchildren.
Several hundred friends and
relatives attended the special
ceremony officiated by Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberq, of Beth
David Synagoguethe congrega-
they helped found. A reception
at Hibiscus Lodge, Miami Beach,
followed the ceremony.
The Seitlins have been active in
community, philanthropic and re-
lations affairs since their arrival in
Miami in 1911. Henry fondly re-
calls his first dayr here, then a
fOf fHOTO, S C. 3-1
town of only several thousand peo-
ple.
"When I arrived. I fou"d I was
quite welcome because the Jews
of Miami were suddenly able to
doven.' You see, I made up the
'minyan'."
Ardent Zionists since early
youth, the couple have both
worked in behalf of this ideal.
Mrs. Seitlin organized the first
Florida chapter of Pioneer Wo-
men, and served as its president
for many years.
Bo'h have sorved on the board
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. Mrs. Seitlin, who is still
a member of the Federation board,
as well as of its executive commit-
tee, remembers the days before
the establishment of the Federa-
tion.
"We would each have to take
care of as many charity requests
as we could. There weren't too
many Jews here in the early days,
but we didn't let anyone in need go
hungry. Many a charity party was
held to aid those who needed it."
Mr. and Mrs. Seitlin are the
parents of four sons. Sam, Louis,
Jack and David. They also have
nine grandchildren. The entire
family lives in Miami.
fythian Sisters
lonor Four Men
four men were initiated as hon-
pry sisters when Roosevelt Tem-
33. Pythian Sisters, met Wed-
iday evening at Dora August
Initiated were Jack Baumwall,
frney Michelson, and Sam Schoy-
?jd, members of Roosevelt Lodge-
F George Goldberg, of Trail
Nge 180.
[Special initiation ceremonies
"ere conducted by Mrs. Abe
pniz and her committee. Mrs.
*orge Goldberg captained the de-
he staff.
pbekahs Schedule Program
Wrt Cancer Society leaders
[Tuesday, at 8 p.m.. Sunshine Re-
ah Lodge wiU hold a short
"*"ng m (he Workmen's Circle,
Washington ave.. to be followed
Y special representatives of the
fmencan Cancer Society.
Thomas McConnell will be speak-
F ^presenting the society. Dr.
f';b Glassman will discuss the
^Wical aspects of the subject.
A motion picture in color. "The
er City." will be shown by vol-
unteer
ru:o.
projectionist Miss Rose La
tychologisr is Speaker
Parents Without Partners met
"fanesday evening at the Dupont
enn ,n hoteI- Dr Ted Aidman,
fwsulnng psychologist, discussed
TwhT0,'?1 Probem of Children
,U| Unattached Parents."
WaiLlKaxJv
MIAMI
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for the sparkling-est little girl in the country
to crown. And JM is their exclusive "talent scout"
in the Miami area. Official application forms
in our second floor Girls Shop, with all the rules.
Miami's Little Miss Cotton
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Fashion Show and fudging atJM...go
on to Memphis for the national finals, with
her prize JM cotton fashion wardrobe!
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Friday, Aj*a ^,
Passover Seder table shows festive occasion symbols, matron and Hagqadah all combin-
at its most eye-appealing, with special food ing to make a setting of perfection.
Gefilte Fish to Grace Your Passover Menus
By REGINA FRISCHWASSER
Fish Balls (Gefilie Fish)
1 lb. white fish
2 pounds winter carp
2 pounds yellow carp
3 onions
1 4 cup matzch flour
2 well beaten eggs
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
6 cups water
Clean and fillet the fish. Season
with salt and place into the refrig-
erator Overnight. Wash and chop
with three minced onions, matzoh
flour, moistened with water. Add
salt, well beaten eggs and sugar.
Chop the fish until It clings to the
chopping knife. Place the bones,
heads and three sliced onions in a
sauce pan. Pour the water into
the pan and bring to a boil. With
moistened hands shape the fish
balls and season with one teaspoon
salt. Place the bails into a pan.
cover and cook 1-3 4 hours. Add
sliced carrots and boil 45 minutes
longer, then remove to a platter
and boil the gravy, until two cup.
are left.

Roast Shoulder Steak
5 lbs. shoulder steak
2 tablespoons fat
1 4 glass water
1 onion
1 teaspoon salt
18 teaspoon pepper
2 cups cooked tomatoes
Dredge the meat in matzoh cake
meal and sear it in fat until brown.
Place the meat into a roaster and
add the drippings and water. Cover
the roaster and roast in a moderate
oven one hour. Take the meat out
and cool it. Slice and place in the
same roaster. Add 1 sliced onion,
sprinkle with salt, pepper and pour
over 2 cups cooked tomatoes. Cook
over low heat until meat is tender.

Filled Pancakes
1 cup matzoh meal
2 teaspoons snlt
5 cooked potatoes
3 eggs
1 4 teaspoon pepper
1 cup chopped boiled chicken
1 cup boiled chopped liver
Peel and mash hot potatoes. Add
matzoh meal, eggs and seasoning.
.Make a soft dough. Divide into 10
pieces. Mix chopped chicken and
chopped liver with one cup fried
onions. Season to taste. Roll out
the pieces of dough. Cover half of
each piece of dough with a spoon-
ful of chicken meat and liver mix-
ture. Fold dough over filling.
Press edges together firmly. Fry
os traditional for Passover
as matzohs and wine!
The Holiday is incomplete without Breakstone's
creamier, richer-tasting Cream Cheese
on your dairy menu. And it spreads so
smoothly on matzohs!
Family and guests will rave about
Breakstone's Cottage Cheese, too .*. so
creamy, so flavorful it turns an ordinary
meal into a feast!,
And wait till they taste Breakstone's famous
Sour Cream in borscht, salads, and on
blintzes truly festive!
CREAM CHEESE
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM
FARMER CHEESE
BUTTER (whipped or in prints)
POT CHEESE
are all 'KOSHER L'PESACH"
at certified by
Rabbi Jacob Cohen, Spring Valley, N. Y.
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Retskins Mark 501 h Anniverso
Dinner party at the Victor hotel Tie couple were nantt
Sunday was the setting for tBc 190S in New York Cit/*1
50th weddin anniversary of Mr. Mr. Retskin
and Mrs. Wolf Retskin. 8480 Hard-
ing a\e.
in hot fat until golden brown.
Walnut Cake
Joaal
9 eggs separated
1-1 3 cups confectioners' sugar
1 2 cup cake meal
1 teaspoon vanilla
1-12 cups ground waJnuU^s*.- }BtY" AltuT'^kl
1 4 teaspoon sal:
Beat egg yolks until light, add
sifted sugar, beating until light and
creamy. Sift the meal 3 times and
add to the creamed mixture. Add
vanilla, walnuts and salt. Mix well.
Beat egg whites until si iff and fold
in lightly into the creamed mix- c
ture. Turn into wax paper-lined Eskow- pn''adelphia: Mr. ,M|
pan and bake in a slow oven 50-60 Maxwell Eskow. Miami; and]
tlwre
"as in th
Uieinea* imre until
retirement in ie, wi l-
his wife came to Mi: ;' HN
in the ho'el bui
The couple have u,v
Harold Retskin and >~
Feigenson, New York-Msl
Mrs. Dorothy Ne,,^
Reskin. of Miami and
Beach. They also have?
grandchildren I
One daughter-in-law
violinist, uho h?s been neWi
concert thrtughwt the nan* ,
is a recording artist.
Among guests a; the Sundial
fair were Mrs. Retskhri bin
and sisters-in-law, Mr. md
Isidore Efckow, Miami Beact;j
minutes.
Ben Eskow. Bay Harbor fsta
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r. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin at reception honor-
ing their 50th wedding anniversary, following
(special ceremony here dining which couple
reaffirmed their marriage vows. Seitlins were
united Apr. 1, 1908 in Gomel, Russia.
Vet Ladies Pick National Project
DENVER Research in child-
hood iisthma has been selected
the national child welfare proj-
of the National Ladies Auxil-
ry of the Jewish War Veterans
the U.S.A.. it was announced by
Irs. Bertha K. Greenberg, JWVA
ational president.
The JWVA has pledged to spon-
or a research laboratory at the
on-sectarian and nationwide Jew-
kh National Home for Asthmatic
[hildren at Denver, t,he only char-
lable institution of its kind in the
forld, Mrs. Greenberg said.
The National Homt, founded
In 1907, is dedicated to the free
treatment of all chidren af fie ted
vith intractable asthma, the) *-
Merest form of this illness. In-
tractable asthmatic children of
III races, creeds and color and
Irom virtually avory state in
Ihe nation, in addition to young-
sters from Israel. Braiil and
Canada, currently are under car*
it the National Homo.
I Th\ Average stay of children at
pe-tstaOonal Home is approxi-
mately two years, during which
all their needs medical,
"logical, educational and re-
puufs are provided for without
Dst to their parents.
I Dr. M. Murray Peshkin of New
fork, former president of the
a disease that once struck down
man," Dr. Peshkin, chief medical
consultant to the National Home,
said.
'The aid of the JWVA in this
vital phase of the National Home's
work is an important first step in
the battle against asthma which
cripples and does kill."
Leading scientists throughout
the country serve on the scientific
research council of the National
Home's Children's Asthma Re-
search Institute and Hospital,
which will contain the laboratory
to be given by the JWVA.
MKS. BtKTHA GRUNBUG
American College of Allergists
and professor of clinical medicine
and pediatrics for allergy at Al-
bert EinstetB College of Medicine,
haled the sponsorship of the Na-
tional Home's- research laboratory
by the JWVA.
"The research program of the
National Home is the basis for the
future hope of eventually making
asthma just a recorded memory of
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and "beats all" for true old-fashioned, traditional flavor.
Made from large, firm, garden-fresh beets, superb as a
refreshing, ready-to-serve cold beverage or appetite-sans-
fymg hot soup. Order MANISCHEWITZ Botscht (Pareve)
todayl
Send for ntEE *rnt MaaliOwM
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Passover meals. THE 8 MANISCHEWITZ
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Birthdays Marked At Lear Schc?.
Lower students at the Lear
School, 1010 West ave., joined with
their classmates in celebrating six
birthdays during the past month.
Recipients of birthday parties
which were held on the school
grounds were Jules, son of Mrs.
Lenore Enken. 860 S. Shore dr.,
who celebrated his filth birthday;
Andria, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Friedland, 3758 Prairie
ave., who became four years old;
Jefferey, son of Mrs. Enid Lee,
6061 Collins ave., who is now nine
years old.
Sherri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Miller, 2305 Lake ave.. Sun-
set Island No. JL who reached the
age of six; Sandra, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Shull, 1470 16th
st.. what became seven years old;
and Victoria, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart Simon, 3290 Chase
ave., who celebrated her fifth
birthday.
She Gets Study Grant
Mrs. Dora E. Blackmon, chair-
man of the University of Miami
department of nursing, has been
awarded a $5,000 pre-doctoral
study grant by the National Lea-
gue for Nursing. She is currently
at the University of Washington in
Seattle where she is studying for
a PhD degree. Mrs. Blackmon will
return te her toaciwigaKiiU at the
U of M in September.
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rridqy. Aprg i
Iraqi Asks Nehru to Meditate
NEW DELHI. India (JTA)
Iraqi Foreign Minister Fadhil
Janiali has made an approach to
Indian Prime Minister Nehru to
i intervene in an attempt to settle
the Arab-Israel confl.ct. the Time-
of India reported.
In an Inter*! w \:'h Dr .T->-*uili
Baghdad, the Tutiea was told
Iraqi were "rsuhstic" mj ,
went to throw the Iff^C
-" He underlined iha
in uagnaaa. toe uime was oiq :,._... h --.,
that the Iraqi Government beUev-. "n ,by ""'
ul in the matter because: "He. basij of halting
.ants a solution of this- problem, rratlcn into Israt
ronfljct 0n-
a" tetfarf
He is friendly with Nasser. The Is- .Jewish State withdraw t0 ih.
raelis respect him." United Nations
l>->>li niiraestei thit theories.
Partiti0n
New York Mayor Robert F. Wcaner presents a synagogue
Menorah to nine-year-old Ycel Shoham-Sharon at special
ceremonies at Israel Consulate mark.r.q World Jewish Child's
Day. under joint cponsorship of Hadassah, Women's Zionist
Organize ion cf America. Pioneer Wcmen. and Mirrachi Wo-
men's Organization. Looking on at right is Mrs. Henry Gold-
man of Hadassah. United States chairmen of World Jewish
Child's Day, obseived annually to underscore importance of
Youth Aliyah, international agency which has rescued and
provided ielief and rehabilitation in Palestine and Israel for
more than 85.000 homeless Jewish children DTOm 72 countries
since 1934.
Borscht punch bowl is one of many attractive ways to serve
Rokeach Borscht. for Passover, between meals or as an appe-
tizer. Garnish with lemon, lime or cucumber slices, and serve
icy cold. For delightful new flavor, stir in half a can of Ro-
keach Passover Cranberry Sauce which has been beaten
smooth. Top with sour cream. Pictured in background are
Rckeach Passover Macaroons and Fruit Whip desserts made
with variety of canned Passover fruits.
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today. April i. 1958
*'JewlstifkriHtn
5-B
iecond Chance' Area Drive Stages
Visits to Still Untapped Contributors
A vpcond chance" to provide
Lesh start and a future for 70,000
lettS will be given to the Miami
Lmunity next week when a re-
Jpwed area solicitation is launched
L. (h,. Combined Jewish Appeal.
[Area-* chairman George J. Tal-
Lnolf met this week with CJA su-
L-ban chairmen to plan a series
report meetings throughout
Eadc county.
I "The purpose of the 'second
tance' area drive is to give our
jA volunteers an opportunity to
ivisit many of last year's contrib-
ors," Talianoff explained.
Due to critical shortage of vol-
ntter manpower in the second
jlf of th campaign, many fam-
ilies wert not contacted, and
fcjA contributor* from outlying
nunicipalitios hava decreased
..ered with last yoar, tha
hiirman pot r. red out.
|0ne of the areas to chalk up a
ad over its 1957 total was N. Mi-
ni Beach, headed by Judge
thur I. Snyder and Murray
eene. The campaign In this city
marked by many new gifts,
suiting in a 20 percent increase
last year, Greene reported.
Hialeah and Miami Springs,
rs. Leo Gelvan and Mrs. Joseph
fcwman are reassigning Jobs to
(w volunteers in an effort to
ver every Jewish family in those
in cities.
"The 70.000 Jews from Poland
and other parts of Eastern Europe
expected to emigrate into Israel
this year also deserve a 'ecoid
chance'," Talianoff said, urging re-
newed activity in the area drive.
"Tho future of tho refugeei
booms on tha day they m) foot
o> tho toil of their row land.
They are welcomed with hands
cjtstrelched and hearts wiuj
pan* Bwt Israel** resources
cannot bo stretched fast enough
to keep paco with the immigra-
tion flow. How can houses bo
built rapidly enougn? How can
now settlements bo created at
the necessary paco? How can
work bo founH for all tho skilled
and the unskilled? Tha answer
must come from Greater Mi-
ami's Jowsthrough tho instru-
ment of tho CJA."
Families are requested to call
their area chairman in the event a
volunteer fails to visit them within
the next ten days. CJA chairmen
and their areas are Judge Arthur
Snyder, N. Miami Beach; Henry
Gilbert, N. Miamii Willard, Bender,
W. Miami; Mrs. Leo Gelvan, Hia-
leah-Miami Springs; Clayton Wild-
stein, Skylake; Tom Kravitz, Bay
Harbor.
Max Kolker, Surfside; Joe Mas-
ters, Flagler- Granada; Clemen
Ehrlich, Treasure Island; David
Kornblum, Venetian Way; and
Max Gordon, Stfilwater dr.
Meeting to give 70,000 refugees a "second
chance" for life, freedom and rescue are these
leaders of Combined Jewish Appeal areas
shown with area chairman George I. Talian-
off (seated). Mrs. Leo Gelvan and Mrs. Joseph
Newman, Hialeah-Miami Springs. Standing
(left to right) are Rabbi Benno Wailach, Tem-
ple Sinai; Abraham Fraidlin, Hialeah; Henry
Gilbert, N. Miami; Reuben Lederman, W. Mi-
ami; Willard Bender, W. Miami; and Murray
Greene, N. Miami Beach.
Bar kin to Star In Music Drama
"America, Mother of Exiles," a
music drama by Nathaniel Norsen
Weinreb, will be presented by the
Miami Beach Community Singers
at a special Passover festival Wed-
nesday evening at Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Cajrtor Jacob Barkln, renowned
tenor, will bs starred with soprano
Gloria Aliani. Featured with them
will, bo Dr. Charles W. Philour. of
the University of Miami drama de-
partment, Bob Lyons, TV person-
ality Jackie Pierce, Jay Rayvid
and Bob Creese.
Ttary -will he joined by a cast of
75 actors, dancers and singers.
I)ffl:iiatic dir-jctor is Al Hurwi'.z.
Producer and rn>iic director is
Ben Yomen. Margaret Yomen
will be pianist, with Hy Fried, or-
ganist. __________
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Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood discusses
their pledges totaling $15,000 for kitchen and
equipment in Center's new building. Standing
is Mrs. Joseph Ostrie, presiding. Seated at
table are Mrs. Sam Rabenowich and Mrs.
David Kivel. First row cae Mesdames Harry
Marks, Sam Silverman, Jerome Lieberman, Is-
rael Kus3ner. Sam Altman and Sarah Brown.
Second row are MeFdames Nathan Goldy,
Rose Galton. Helen Fried, Irma Graff and
Ruby Shear. Third row are Mesdames Sam
Miller. Ceil Fishman. Fritzie Fabricand, N. D.
Perelman and Ruth Barton.

Top Honors Go
To UM Graduate
Top honors in the state's latest
(November) examination to qual-
ity cer.ified public accountants
have gone to a University of Mi-
ami graduate.
Leslie Harold Levinson. a Feb-
ruary. 1957 graduate of the school
of business administration, made
the highest grade in a list of 345
ipnlicants for the title of CPA.
He was one of 41 who passed of
whom 18 had received accounting
: r:nnm*. a*- the, Fnlvartityf Mi'
ami.
Levinson completed his degree
studies at the UM in evening class-
es from the summer session of
1954 until his graduation in 1957.
His record for 33 credits in ac-
counting was straight A.
Graduating magna cum laud*,
he received the Delta Sigma Pi
kty as tha graduating sanior
man with tha highest scholastic
avarage in tha business school.
Ha is a member of Phi Kappa
Phi, national scholastic honor-
ary.
The 28-year-old winner is asso-
dated wi:h the firm of -.
and Groden. CPS's. """fl
Bern in Bournemouth tM.
he is the son of Mr. .S^j
Abraham Levinson. 0f aiTsJS
St.. Miami. He came uX, 3
States in December ",!'**
a naturarzed American cife
1953. Before entering u* y
ity, he served two years v.T3
U.S. Army. *'*l|
J^lrtlts in Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital include the following:
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Norton
Gilman Mar. 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Davidson Mar. 29.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Passin Mar. 26.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Ross Mar. 24.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Katzen Mar. 23.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Berk Mar. 23.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Cohen Mar. 21.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Irving E. Greenfield Mar. 21.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
ianti
liam E. Manker Mar. 21.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Mobley Mar. 19.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Wachholder Mar. 19.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley D. Caidin Mar. 16.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Hirsch Mar. 14.
Son born to Mr. add Mrs. Sol
Reif Mar. 13.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Englert Mar. 13.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. L.
Jules Arkin Mar. 12.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Deutch Mar. 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Stone Mar. 7.
Confrora Malic Requires *
fixing of LiquiU, CtakJ
Sterling of Florida anoosJ
the arrtvarof initial orderTatsl
Coitoura Matic Photo cow 3
chine. ^
Contoura Matic eliminates J
mixing of chemicals or lieuidij
the newest true photo cop. J
chine, according to Stanley MJ
Florida sales director. J
It copies all colors In
room light without error No L
insj is necessary Each py|!
photo-exact and legally aceeahM
Wolf announces.
Even pen signatures, colarfj
inks, mimeographed items aj|
newspaper clippings are naal
duced onto either white or colonj
paper.
Girn Off to Havana
Automobile to Key West a]|
Havana by ship for Passover is hi
next stop for Gina Brummer ial|
mother. Sylvia.
They'll be spending the Seat!
nights at the Grand Synagogue ail
Cultural Center of Havana. CM
where Cantor Philip Brumnwij
chief minister.
Visiting Her Daughter
Mrs. Gertrude Ehrennieh. 41
Natrons, Pa., is visiting her dupl
ter and son-in-law. Mr. and Ha\
Sidney Kstzif. 2401 SW 16tt a..,
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sail
Silver Mar. 6.
Daushter born to Mr. uiM]
Irwin L. Samet Mar. 3.
Calling all men to Brandeis University dinner to be held at
Earcslona hotel Tuesday evening. Shown (left to right) are
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. Frank W. Rabinovitch, chair-
man of Women's Committee, and Mrs. Harold Turk, one of
founding members of Greater Miami chapter. National Wo-
men's Committee of Brandeis University. Mrs. Sidney Sch-
wartz, president, was not present.
one mother tells another...
it's
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for
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rr, April 4, 1958
+ feist rkrkHrtn
fs Good to Die for Ones Country'-Trumpe/dor
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T-
By AMtTA 4LE
IkIRYAT AMAL, Israel
ims) On t*e 1Mb of Adar
,r,,- days beiore Purim 1
Mowed a stream of srahool chil-
i-en nnd young soldiers up into
Ud, bare mounains of Upper
liiee to stand beside the
tves of Josef Trumpeldor and
, comrades, who gave their
Mc 38 years ago in the defense
lli.i. .
el Hai was a tiny outpost in
_. midst of warring Arabs. Its
tfenders were a handfwl of
Cc people. 'amofcg theao two
iris and. as is customary in
c history of our struggle of
klestine. they bad e fTfct th-ir
ne figlrt without adequate
*apons or ammunition. But be-
fUte they chose to hold out,
[cause of their voluntary act of
Jcr,li(,. for no one sent them
the whole of the Huleh Valley
js kept for Palestine, and ulti-
lately for the Jewish State.
This time the Jews wore not
main objects of rtack. The
...ole area was in a state of
jirmoil, the sftermeth of Brit-
ain's complicated maneuvers
Juring the war in the Middle
I a 11. In the controversiel
|yke*-Picot Treaty of 11 the.
|nglith had staked a claim for
..ermelves in Palestine which
[tcluded all important ports,
did not extend beyond Ti-
srius in the north.
_he French believed them-
ives entitled to the control of
bper Galilee, as part of Syria
id the Lebanon, which the Eng-
in had agreed would come un-
|r their mandate should the
Bies win the war. At the same
ne Feisal. a son of the Sierif
kssein who had headed a re-
lit on behalf of the Allies, was
ouiaged by Lawrence and
Arab Office in believing that
would rule this area.
vhen the British captured Da-
h*cus. the capital of Syria, at
end of the war. they banded
tover to Feisal. For two years
laos reigned while Feisal's im-
Ised government tried to inain-
Pn itself by playing the British
against the French. With no
|e to maintain law and order,
Arabs of the neighboring vil-
?es decided to take the oppor-
nity of getting rid of the three
four tiny scattered Jewish
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. "sever mini"
set'lements up in the Galilee.
The settlers refused to leave
their three isolated kibbutzim,
for they were the only stakes the
Jews had in Upper Galilee, and
I,icy knew that if they left while
the boundary lines were unset-
tled, the whole of the northern
area would be lost to Eretz Is-
rael.
A few volunteers from the
south came up to help thorn
withstand the seise, their lead-
er Josef Trumpeldor, famous
hero of tho Russo-Japanese
war, and founder of the Zion
Wwls Corps. TeJ Hai, en high
hilltop, overlooking the Huleh
Valloy, was tho centor of de-
fense. For thro* months the
handful beat off Arab attacks.
During Hie whole timo thoy
tottered from lack of food,
shot-tag* of water, and insuffi-
cient clothing.
At last Sheik Kamil. of the
nei Ihboring village of Hulsa, and
a party of his men. tricked their
way into the settlement. They
came with a white flag, declar-
ing that theyjiad no intentions
harming the settlers. They only
wanted to look through the house
to be sure there were no French
soldiers hiding there.
Trumpeldor. one of the most
gallant men who ever lived, be-
lieved them and let them in. As
soon as they got in, they turned
their guns on the defenders of
Tel Hai. massacring the wom-
en as well as the men. Trumpel-
dor fell horribly wounded, and
died a few hours later. His last
words are famous. "Ain devar
Never mind." he said, "it's good
to die for our country."
The solitary little blockade
and watch tower of Tel Hai
still stand, as they stood 38
years ago. isolated in tho dark
shadow of the hills. Hero, in
ell its nakedness one can wit-
ness the loneliness, the isola-
tion, in which our early pio-
neers carried out their deeds
of unbelievable valor. The as-
tonishing, the miraculous thing
is that they stand, the two
frail buildings, while the armed
bands, and the powerful na-
tions who contended for the
Galilee have been swept right
out of the Huleh. Valley. Only
the Jews have remained, that
tiny tenacious handful of which
Trumpeldor and his comrades
ere the symbol to this day.
Within a short time the French
had removed Feisal from Syria.
Thanks to the'liny settlements
which the Jews refused to aban-
don, the French were forced to
recognize Upper Galilee as part
of Palestine, and the British
achieved their heart's desire
recession of the Sykes-Picot
treaty, and the whole of Pales-
tine to themselves. There never
ceased to be hostility between
the two mandatories. When Vichy
France joined with Germany in
World War U, the British captur-
ed Syria, ending French rule
there in 1941. la 1945. at the end
of the war. Syria gained her in-
dependence. Only three years
later Britain herself was ousted
from Palestine by the Jews.
The Arab who killed Trumpel-
dor. and who later became a
a friend of the Jews, was him-
self killed by Arabs in Syria,
where he fled wrth the villagers
Violinist Mischa Elman will
be guest artist at a recital
sponsored by Community
Concert Assn. Apr. 12 at Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium.
of Hulsa during the Jewish War
of Liberation. Today Hulsa is a
thriving Jewish village of some
8,000 people, renamed Kiryat
Shroonah, after the eight who
died at Tel Hai. Situated at the
foot of the red iron-bearing hills
of Naphtali, and close to the Hu-
leh Development Project, it is a
going concern, incredibly ugly.
but tough and vigorous, as befit-
ting a border town which is there
to stay.
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... 4^/5*/ 'Socialite
Continued from P*g* 1 B
(Mr*. Robert Z.) Grtm, Mr*. Al Jacob* and Mr*. Larry Tisch .
Which means this is going to be a BIG affair.

Joo Nichols, general manager of the new Villa* Real golf course.
spent a few days at Miami Springs Villas Ben Hogan, who all
there recently, said it was one of the finest courses he'd ever seen .
One holeone of the largest in the worldmeasures 638 van
A Bon Voyage party for Mr. and Mr*. Irving Schatzman was ghrea
last Sunday by Mr. and Mr*. Eugene Wei** at the.r home. 3131 She*
idan ave. The Schatzman* left Tuesday for New York, embarka
tion point for the Queen Mary They'll land at (."hcrbourg and pick
upa plane bound for Israel, where they plan to spend several v i
. Paris and London are on the return intinerary Mr. Scnatxman
is president of the Miami Beach Apartment Assn. .
Mr*. Schatzman was also given a send-off party by Mr*. Beniamin
Hammerman, of 2:s95 Lake Pancost dr.. at the Algiers hotel las: Satnr-
day Attending the luncheon were Mr*. Tillie Brook*. Mr*. Jack
Zwick, Mrs. Harry Holtz, Mrs. Charles Berger and Mr*. Anne
Kaplan Also Mr*. Fannie Barnett, Mr*. Rae Mark*, Mrs. Ida Cole,
Mrs. I. Chernow, Mrs. Gertrude Corenson and Mr*. Bea Fishman.
Gourmets are talking about the highly unusual Gallery on Coral
Way Owned by the Bernard Israels, of 12200 Vista In. S Mi
ami. it features Polynesian food and champagne, plusspeciality of the
housean incredibly relaxing atmosphere The Israel* run it for
kicksand not to get wealthy.
Guests came in from as far away as Los Angels for the 16th wed
ding anniversary celebration for Bobbie Ukd Manny Greenberg, of S.
Shore dr. BotLiie's brother. Myron Malvin, flew from ("al/ornia.
and her cousins, Jesse and Ruth Malvin, arrived from Woodmere. L.I.
. Also at the surprise dinner party at the Bor.nrc reatatmsJ was
Bobbie's mother, Mrs. Lillian Malvin, of Miami Bcaih The Green-
berg* were married 16 years ago right here at the Town House hotel.
The I'niversity of Michigan spring vacation luckily coincides with
the Paasover teason Home in time for Seder are Ronnie Fenias,
< (lighter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pellant, Deedie, daughter if Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Tener.bom, and Dale, daughter Werblow. tiding of their daughter. Dianna.
I to Robert S. E. Stone.
Ne York boi n tbia weekend for Paasover and "By Fair Lady" The groon'a parents are Mr. and
were Dr. Samuel Kohlenberg, his sweet Lee, and their family The Mrs. Alfred Stone. 8361 Atlantic
Kc.ilenbergs pure keeping their ..,,.. i- en ssed thai daughter Nancy, Way. Miami Beach, where the Sun-
nht a excused from school laai week because of a headache, vaan'l day, Mar. 16. rites took place.
coming down with the measles or chickenpox now sweeping the younger Miss Zimmerman attended Colby
generation But Nancy, who had arrhed in her daddy's Coral waj
dentist office looking a bit peaked in her Brownie uniform, was bright
as a button and rarin' to go by the following day.
"Happy Birthday, dear Donna" was sung by some 30 schoolmates
and friends of Donna Schloisman at her tenth birthday party last Sat- i ern California, and the University
urday Her mother, Mr*. Arthur Schlo**man, of 833 Venetian Way, of Miami.
hostessed the affair at the Algiers Balloons floated from the ceiling. I He was president of his social
and styrofoam bunnies and clowns predominated at the scene Best 'fraternity. Zeta Beta Tau.
of all. the hune cake was topped with a beautiful doll which looked
exactly like Donna Entertainment and a juke box made the after-
noon complete.
Chuck (co-owner of the Algiers) Posner'* mother Rose had a birth-
day party last weekin the Algiers, of course The room was dec-
orated with her favorite flowersroses Grandchildren Lois and
Here stole the spotlight, however, with their songs and greetings to
their grandma.

Arrived here from New York Sunday is Mr*. Nettie Melker to visit
her mother Mr*. Esiher Halpcrin, of the Sterling hotel
Nettie, who will be spending the Passover holidays with her mother.
hi just retuned trom a trip to Israel, when she was a member of the
.* B'nai B'rith fact-finding tour .
C. -v .
MS. 0MT STOW
Miss Zimmerman
Now Mrs. Stone
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zimmerman.
Junior College and the University
of Miami. She belongs to Kappa
Kappa Gamma.
Mr. Stone attended Williston
Academv. the University of South-
Adelsons Have
Mexico Holiday
Miss Hermine Robinson. 624 SW
68th ave., and Lee Adelson. 2100
Country Club Prado. Coral Gables,
were united in marriage Mar. 15
at the Seville hotel.
Miss Robinson is a former Uni-
versity of Miami student, and Mr.
Adilson attended Northwestern
University in Chicago. He is pres-
ently proprietor cf the Alt:,
)\-. JS. Jrl-L numerous dignitaries, including Prime Liquor Stores.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. of Tem-
Her Miami sojourn will al=o afford Nftie the opportunity of visit-
Irving Melker, her children, of 751 Fairway dr.
ing Mr. and Mr*.
InciJenially. former Miami 3each Councilman Sam Halperin is a
brother.
Mr. aoH Mrs. Morri* Wek<*rlight were recently honored at the
Sterling hotel on the occasion of their 58th wedding anniversary
Sterling eue-'s who participated in the dinner partv celebration in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs I/>uis Adler. Mr and Mrs. Weider. Mr and Mrs
Bernard Kay. Mr. and Mrs. James Stnar. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Ertis-
check. Mr. and Mrs. David Saxe. Mr and Mrs J. A. Bessner Mr and
Mr- Michael Eisenstadt. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Herskowitz. Mr. and Mrs
Envl Moskowitz.
pie Zion. officiate 1 at th? douoie-
nng candlelight ceremony.
The bride wore a white lace
cocktail sheath, with a pearl-stud-
ded tiara and short veil.
Attending from out-of-town were
the .^room's mother. Mrs. Dorothy
Lansky. and best man Leon Busch.
of Gainesville.
The Adelsons are honeymooning
in Mexico.
Resnikoff, Bai
Exchange Vows
Dorothy Bai and Norman Resni-
lay. Mar. 30, at the Lincoln Manor,
tabbi Morris Skop officiated.
The brirfe is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isia Bai. 1345 Drexel ave
rhe groom's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Resnikoff. 734 10th st.
For her wedding, the bride chose
t full-length chantilly lace gown,
.ler cap featured seed pearls and
equins. She carried white orchids
>n her prayer book.
Maid of honor was Miss Lor-
aine KaMcnberg. Bridesmaids
were Pauline Glantz end Arlinc
Imber.
Howard Kicnard Resnikoff was
Sest man for his brother, and Jerry
Goldman and Eugene Parker act-
ed as ushers.
The bride is a rraduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
he University of Miami. She is
employed as a medical secretary.
Mr. Resnikoff is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, receiv-
ed his Bachelors degree at the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he also
lid graduate work. He served two
years in the U.S. Army, and is a
member of Pi Mu. Phi Alpha
Theta. Alpha Phi Omega, and
American Engineering Society.
Following their honeymoon in
Nassau, the couple will reside in
Miami Beach.
The Dan Hotel _
Tel Aviv, Israel '^B*i
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Arcadia Hotel
Accodia Beach, Israel
DEAR FOLKS,
Just checked into the DAN HOTEL in downtown Tel
Aviv, after a delightful rest at the new ACCADIA HOTEL
whore I enjoyed the wonderful sunshine and bathing and
it's only ten minutes from Tel Ar>. The service and ac-
commodations in both HOTELS are TOPS! All Tours leave
directly from the Hotels so it is very convenient for us.
The DAN, where we are now enjoying the City Life
cf Tel Aviv, is a grand place tor meeunet your American
friends.
Sugaest you make your reservations at the DAN or
ACCADIA soon.
Vacation at Wonderful
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Best Regards.
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MISS BtTSlt mmh
She's Betrothed
To Ronald Ansi
Mr. and Mrs. Matk L.
Of New Haven. Conn, ana
the engagement of their dau
Betsey Iris, to Ronald M.._
He is the son of Mr. and Mrtj
ney D. Ansin. of 228 40th st. |
ami Beac i.
Miss Kander i in her
year at New Haven State fa
ers College.
Mr. Ansin \\a- graduated:
Phillips Academv. Andover
and Harvard College. He a
last year at the Yale Law
where he is an assistant
search.
Schulman, Kenne
To be Married
June 1 is the weddin: daj
' Selma Mnxine Srhulman to I
, nard A. Kenner.
The couple's betrothal is
1 revealed here by the tand
mother. Mrs. Betty SchulmaM
SW25th rd. Sh* is also the*
[ ter of the late E. I,. Schuhna
Her fiance is the son ot Hr.i
Mrs. Philip E Kenner, 44301
tilus dr.
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MRS. NORMAN UlSNIKOff
Joint Meeting WeoWir
Temple Sinai Men's Club
Sisterhood will hold a joint,
ing Wednesday evening at Can
ters Hall. 625 NE list st
Atty. Richard Gerstein w'l
cuss "You and the Criminal h
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
MAURICE GROSSMAN
wish to express their sincere appreciation for the oanf
khnd expressions of sympathy
during their recent bereavement.
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April 4, 1958
-JewhiifhrMiton
Rites Eyed
Judith Ann
land Mrs. Samuel J. Robin-
1 528 NW 47th St., announce
Lgi'mpnt of their daughter,
Ann to Jwald *dward
, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
lloom, of 9573 Carlyle ave.
I bride olecl graduated from
Uonior High School. She at-
ftho Invcrsity of Florida.
|she was affiliated with the
Phi Epsilon sorority.
Ibridei-Toom graduated from
I Beach Senior High School.
Intending the University of
where he belongs to Phi
t Pi traUrnitjr. .
lie wedding is planned.
tdmesns Reveal
ith's Betrothal
[and Mrs. Bert Goodman.
|lb si Miami Beach, an-
the engagement of their
jer, Judith Myrna, to Wil-
(oseph Strauss, son of Mr.
jrs. Salomon Strauss, of
hi NY.
Lide-elect is a graduate of
iBeach Hi.h School and at-
the University of Ala-
Iwhere she was a member
Phi Epsilon social soror-
She will receive
tree in education from the
faty of Miami in February,
Itrauss received his degree
Sty College of New York
{working inwards a Masters
8< Columbia University. He
idustrial engineer.
couple are planning a. De-
wedding.
9-1
Dr. Sachar to Report
At Brandeis U. Meet
Aiainur*
MISS JUDITH GOODMAN
A report on the Friedland Sci-
ence bldg. will highlight the an-
nual dinner of Brandeis Univer-
sity at the Barcelona hotel Tues-
day evening.
The report will be made by Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, president of
Brandeis University, who will
make a special trip to this area
lo report On the building toward
which Samuel N. Friedland. chair-
man of the board of Food Fair
Stores, donated a half million dol-
lars last year.
According to Harold Thurman,
chairman of the dinner commit-
tea. Dr. Sachar will also discuss
Rosenbach
rhenge Name
Ind Mrs. Albert Rosenbach,
fc'.V 51st ave. announce the
lent of their daughter,
\rlene, to Sanford Susman.
pc son of Mrs. Anna B. Sus-
76 S\V 14 h st.
iRosenbarh is a graduate of
Senior High School.
toman is a graduate of Mi-
lch High, and attended the
lily of Miami. He is cur-
fengaged in the air-condition-
liness.
couple are planning to be
" July 3.
miss atnr rosenbach
'Mr. Postal Information'
Edison B. James, the man who
answers the telephone at the main
post office in Miami when you call
for pesial information, retired last
weekend.
James, born in Pennsylvania, be-
gan his postal career at Pitt, Pa-
in 1913. He transferred to the Mi-
ami office in 1926.
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S?d Greenspan
Miss Marilvn Bauman and Sid
Greenspan were married Sunday,
Mar. 30. at the Eden Roc hotel.
After a two week honeymoon
in the Virgin Islands, the couple
will live in North Miami Beach.
Mrs. Greenspan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bauman. 1211
Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach
is a graduate of the University of
Florida where she founded the
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Greenspan of Newark,
N.J.. studied engineering at the
University of Miami.
* *
Ltvino Witkoff
Miss Vivian Elaine Levine is
now Mrs. Fred Joel Witkoff.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Levine of Coral
Gables, and Dr. Witkoff were
married Sunday, Mar. 30. in the
Foniainebleau hotel.
The proom is the son of Mrs.
Jesse Witkoff, of Miami Beach,
formerly of Brooklyn. N.Y.. and
the late Maurice L. Witkoff.
Mrs. Witkoff attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and the Univer-
sity of Georgia, where she was a
rmember of Sigma Delta Tau.
Dr. Witkoff. an alumnus of New
York University and New York
University College of Dentistry,
served his internship at Beth Is-
rael Hospital in Manhattan. He is
a member of Alpha Omega fra-
ternity.

Barkan- Spector
In the Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center Sunday, Mar. 30,
Miss Doris Dora Barkan became
the bride of Sheldon G. Spector.
After a tour through Florida,
the Spectors will live at 167 W.
34th St.. Hialeah.
Mrs. Spector is the daughter of
Mrs. Bessie Barkan. 1563 SW 2nd
st. Mr. Spector's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Spector. 50 E. 56th
st.
The bride graduated from Miami
Senior High School. Her husband
attended the Toronto. Canada
schools.

Roth Chason
Miss Roberta May Chason and
Robert Roy Roth were married
Sunday. Mar. 30. in New York City.
Mrs. Roth is the dauhgter of
the latest techniques in modern
education, and will air tho prog-
ress of tho school sine* his last
visit horo year ago.
Brandeis University is the first
and only school of higher learning
established by the Jewish commu-
nity in the United States on a com-
pletely non-sectarian basis.
At present, six Miami students
are enrolled at the Waltham, Mass.
school.
A special committee meeting
was to be held Thursday afternoon
at the Miami National Bank, 8101
Biscayne blvd. The dinner is being
sponsored by the Brandeis Univer-
sity Assn. of Greater Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chason, 6140
Pinctree dr., Miami Beach. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Roth, New York City.
After a wedding trip to Havana.
Mexico City and Acapulco. the
couple will live at 920 Bay dr..
Miami Beach.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and Finch College
in New York. Mr. Chason is a
graduate of New York University.
* *
Simons -Cotler
Miss Lynn Beverly Cotlcr.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Cotler. 220 SW 5th ave. rd.. and
Philip Robert Simons, son of Mr. .
and Mrs. Irving Simons. 450 NE
116th St., were married Sunday.
Mar. 30. at the Tifereth Israel
Northside Center.
Mr. Cotler is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior Hi h School, and a
past member of B'nai B'rith. Mr.
Simons graduated from Miami
Edison Senior High School. He is
a member of DeMolay.
The couple will live in Miami
after a tour of Florida's west
coast and the Great Smoky Moun-
tains.
MRS. WITKOff MRS. SPECTOR
WIDOW
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correspond established gentleman.
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These Girls Will Soon CKange Their
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A labor of love for Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women
is this turning over of check for S7,000, proceeds from Council's
18th annual donor luncheon. Presenting check to Mrs. Sidney
Leff, national first vice president of Pioneer Women, are (left
to right) Mrs. Milton Green, vice president, Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
donor chairman, and Mrs. Fred Sandier, president. Money
will be used for perpetual scholarship fund in Israel in honor
cf Mrs. Seitlin.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J Robinson, 528
NW 47th St.. announce the engage-
in. n' of their daughter, Judith Ann^
to Jerald Edward Bloom, son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bloom. 573 Car
lyle ave.
The wadding will take place In
June.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami High School and attended
the Uiuversiy of Florida, where
she pleo"sed Delta Phi ISpuon so-
rontv. Mr. Bloom, a graduate of
Miami Beach High, aitends the
I nn, isitv of Miami and is a mem
haaitfl Mii fff1"" P*.*Mternity.

Tirrton Srody
Miss Carole Ann Tarrson and
Stewart J-. Serody are planning a
fall wedding.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert John Tarrson of Hol-
lywood and Chicago. III. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Serody.
1301 Stillwater dr.. Miami Beach.
The couple attend the University
of Miami.
Miss Tarrson is a graduate of
the Chicago Latin School for Girls.
Mr. Serody graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School. He is
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi at
U of M.

SkerKan*
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Skor, 61
ITamiami blvd.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Di-
ane Pease, to Murray Lee Kane,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kane.
1052 NE 176th ter.. North Miami
Beach.
Miss Skor attends the University
'of Miami, where she has served
Plenty of flavor and food value in this
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"FAMILY"
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on the staffs of Tempo magazine
and Ibis, yearbook, and is student
representative of the Student Ed-
ucation Assn.
Mr. Kane, a Miami High gradu-
ate, received his degree on laude
from fie University of Miami. He
is a member of Phi Eta Si ana.
freshman honorary'. Alpha Epsi-
lon Delta, pre-medical honorary.
Beta Beta Beta, biology honorary.
Delta Theta Mu. arts and science
honorary, and the University of
Miami Circle.
Mr. Kane now attends UM med-
ical school! where, he is a member
of the Stulent Med.cal Assn. and
Phi Delta Epsilon, medical fratern-
ity.

Missal Malawi
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nisael. 2431
SW lh at., announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Anita
Barbara, to Ronald Danny Nelson,
at a party in their home Saturday.
Mr. Nelson is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Nelson. 500 NW
i!*th ave.
The couple graduated from Mi-
ami Senior Hi h and are sopho-
mores at the University of Miami.
She attends on a Dade county
Becker to Head
Florida Lensmen
E. Allen Becker has been elect-
ed president of the Professional
Photographers Guild of Florida.
Purpose of the organisation is to
promote bet.er photography in the
area.
Becker has been a constant win-
ner of awards- internationally, na-
tionally .and statewide.
Other officers include Richard
Hinman. Dane inorntoti Warner
Kaon R. uouse and P Fekunan.
all with studios in Greater Miami.
The group will next meet Mon-
day evening at the Everglades
hotel
scholarship and :r*r_
Gamma Sigma s^l
.service sororiiy \? ^
of the Engineering Hon^J
Hart.w.intfl'j
Aug. 17 ,s ,he vteCj
Miss Maxuie HarT^
Weinstein
She is the daughter J
Mrs. Milton Hart. 5135
He is the son of Mr a* |
Weinstein. 6700 SW 29 h i
Miss Hart ls a gradual
University of Mia, Ti
j member of ^ma t
| ^vice soron y, Md ^
j Pi. education honorary.
Mr. Weinstein attend
College and the Univ
ami. He is a member i
Mu. music honorary, Taj
Rho, law fraternity ibjT
Symphony Orchestra.
Pleas
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comstarch will delight everyone at the
table. Serve baby his rennet-custard with-
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and the rest of the family. They'll love its
cool light-creamy texturedelicious flavor.
Highly nutritious too, thanks to the magic
of rennet and pure, fresh milk. Get all 7
flavors of Kosher "Junket" Rennet Powder
and rotate them for variety.
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JORDAN MARSH FEATURES PASSOVER SETTMM1S FOR SEOER TARLE
&* :
Passover Seder tobies are displayed by this quartet of Greater
Miami women: Photo at left are Temple NeT Tamld members
(left to right) Mrs. Frank Cohn, Mrs. Nat Stein and Mrs. Louis
Gold. At right is Mrs. Sam Resnick, of Temple Israel. They
show proper setting of table, with ritual foods and wine.
Displays are at Jordan Marsh.
)bec Schools Public, Canadian Jews Affirm
iEAL-(JTA)The Cana-
|lsh Congress Monday is-
ii al of a report that pub-
In the Province of Que-
Ot owned or administered
ibltc or governmental
lit by the churches.
kblic schools in Canada
or administered by the
the statement by the
Jewish Congress said.
idian public schools, in-
se in the Province of
"".'led and administer-
blic school boarls and fi-
school taxes levied by
Sic school boards and col-
| the cities or other muni-
acils as part of city
tatement points out that
In provision in Canada's
Constitution which prohibits the
teaching of religion or religious
exercises in the tax-supported
schools. "In Canada, as in the
United States, each provincial
legislature corresponding to a
state legislaturehas control of
the public school system witnin
that province," th statement
adds.
Explaining that in the Province j
of Quebec local legislation provides
also for a public school system ad-
ministered by public school boards
elected or appointed hy local gov-
ernment bodies, and financed by
taxes, the statement of the Cana-
dian Jewish Congress says:
"The Quebec public school sys-
tem, however, makes no provision
for an undenominational school
system, but for two parallel public
school systems, one for Catholics
and the other for Protestants.
Neither of these two parallel pub-
lic school systems are owned or
administered by any denomination-
al or church body. They are own-
ed and administered by Catholic
and Protestant school boards and
are controlled by the provincial
government. In other words, there
are two parallel public school sys-
tems in the Province of Quebec,
both of which are denominational,
one Catholic and the other Protes-
tant, and there is no provision un-
der provincial legislation as it
exists it present for an undenom-
inational public school system.
"This," the statement contin-
ues, "results from the fact that
the overwhelming majority of
the population and the electors
of Quebec are Roman Catholic,
and this majority is opposed in
principle to undenominational
schools. In addition to these two
parallel public school systems in
Quebec, Catholic and Protestant,
there are) also some Catholic pa-
rochial schools, particularly high
schools, which are owned and ad-
ministered by the Catholic
Church and which are not sup-
ported by public tax monies.
"In all provinces except Quebec,
Jew* have the rigs* to be elected
or appointed as members of the
undenominational public school
boards, and their children have the
right to attend the undenomina-
tional public schools," the CJC
statement states. "In the Province
of Quebec, where there are no un-
denominational public schools, pro-
vincial legislation provides that all
school taxes paid by Jews must be
paid to the Protestant school board
and Jewish children have the right
to attend public schools and are
exempted from attendance on Jew-
ish holidays or participation in the
Christian religious instruction, but
only Protestants may be appointed
or elected as members of these
Protestant school boards."
The Canadian Jewish Congress
has always been opposed to the in-
clusion of religious education in
the public schools of any province
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Green Label
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tH MMNtCWWrrZ WINE COasMITf. H. 1.. N. T.
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HOLIDAY GRIHINGS
and
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Tennessee Williams Play Starts Final
Week at Coconut Grove Playhouse
"Orpheus Descending." the first year, it created more of a tcno-st j day at 6438 SW rb *
ay by Tannatsee Williams since Ithan any of Williams' previous.--------
Mock Seder on
Mock Seder in h-
over was on the .Jjj
eral meeting 0f tbe^
Southwest Jewish
pla. .
his Pulitzer Pri '-winning Ca' on | plays. So passionate w:r.< Its sup-
a Hot Tin Roof."' starts its final, porter? that the drama pa?es of
week a* the Coconut Grove Play-1 New York's newspapers were ii-
house Mondav with M a u reen |undated by letters condemning
1 MapJetoti and Kip Torn in the star | those critics who d\^ not a Tee Pa-
iring roles. Owen Phillips directed j it was the reat3st ol ti; play-
'the drama under ttu p T.-onal su- wright's works.
pervision of the author. Richard rvstts. Jr., c
firs"
NOW! EVEI
Monday or
Anthony Franciosa, Academy Award nominee for his per-
formance in "Hatful of Rain," is shown with Lee Remick in a
scene from "The Long Hot Summer," CinemaScope and color
film opening Saturday at Wometco's Carib, Miami and Mir-
acles Theatres. An unusually absorbing and humorous drama,
cast includes Joanne Woodward, best actress of year, Paul
Newman, Orson Welles and Angela Lansbury in a story
about inhabitants of a small Southern town.
Noted Singers Will
Be Heard at Third
Seder Sunday Eve
SlOOX BtiuitS*/
eminent orchestras as the NBC
- Philnai-
. Detroit Symphony, Toronto
SvmpSaoy and other* leader the
ion of such eminent conduct -
i iiiLio TodCanini, Friiz
Israel Histadrut Committee's an-
nual third Seder celebration Sun-
day will be a tribute to the State
of Israel on its tenth anniversary
The Seder is due 8 p.m. at the
Algiers hotel, according to J. 7..
Stadlan. acting president of the
organization.
Guests of honor will be Mrs.
Tamar Shoham Sharon, member
of the Israel delegation to tht
United Nations, and Lo-iis Seas',
of the Jwish Agervy for Israel.
Segal is also general secretary of
Farband.
Featured at the Feder will be
the voices of Sidor Belarsky and
'"nuui Schayer
.1 a program of
I a g g a d a h ex-
erptl from the
mcient 111
a 11 as inno-
atiutu hnked to
srael's modern
w ioneers.
Belarsky, a
I raduate of the
am laU Conserva-
tory at Lenin-
grad and former-
basso of the Lenin-
grad State Opera Company, came of being tne tirst Jewish woman to!
to America in 1930. Within an as- j appear as soloist with the brad
Umiahmgly tliort time be hail-!Symphony Orchestra, under the |
ed as one of the leading artists of baton the day. ..,. she has alao appeared in!
In his song rodtall from coast concer'- i 1 ..:<.-, B Igram and
to coast and as solois* with surh 'Switzerland.
is a
drama of notable power, grim
poetic insight and disturbing fas
cination Power, passion and
violent credibility art i l 'his
I drama, and so is that remarkable
I gift for being darkly lyrical 11 the
j midst of terror and hatred. There
| are occasions, too, when a wry
and embittered humor emerges
with unexpected force in the cen-
ter of the unrelieved gloom."
Miss Stapleton, who created her
current role in the original produc-
tion, has established herself as the
leading delineator of Tennessee
Williams' heroines. She also star-
red in his "The Rose Tattoo," in
the role later played in the film by
Anna Magnani.
Following the closing of "Or-
pheus Descending" Apr. 12, the
Playhouse wiU welcome the return
of Ed Begley, who opens a two-
week engagement Apr. 14, in
Paddy Chayefsky' recent Broad-
way smash hit. "Middle of the
Night." This Will climax the reg-
ular 1957-58 season of drama. It
will be followed, for one week, by
a special post-season atlract.on.
eled of virtuosi, world-famous i -------------------
after two round-the-world tours fJnoifClV VieWS Slump End
annual American and European i j^.., _.,. ,.
concert tours. His last European Wlfll Ll.l 3et0re President
tours included appearances at the Rcsurg HMO of the Saota Florida
the Edinburrh Festival. Casals [ home-bu.ldin^ boom vhich reached
Festival. International Festival of a four-year lopr ii 1157 an.-: has
Paris, Holland Festival. Scala in \ continued its dowr.wsri ,-lide so
Milan. Grand Opera in Paris, as far this year, is anticipated with
I h a B Jrpheus Descending'JNew York Post, jaU that "it
openef of Broadway lastl*^ ^JftST***? r
______________________-------- I spirit and the deeo sadness of mis
understood loneliness. It
Szigeti Due Here
With UM Orchestra;
Mitchell on Podium
Joseph Szigeti. one of the preat
I names in music, will appear with
the University of Miami Symnhony
I Orchestra with guest conductor
! Howard Mitchell Apr. 13 and 14 in
the Miami Beach and Dade Coun-
i ty Auditoriums. This is part of Szi-
geti's nationwide tour of the Unit-
ed States.
The internationally celebrated
concert violinist made his Ameri-
can debut in December. 1925 as
soloist with the Philadelphia Or-
I chestra under Leopold Stokowski.
Year by year he has toured Amer-
ica, building up a devoted follow -
I ing among discriminating concert
! audiences and receiving unstinted
' praise from the critics, until today.
| his concerts are sold-out, gala af-
fairs.
Szigeti is perhaps the most trav
se
Unit
to
HAS
FROM MIA
: thur W,. vinski. his
succc lus been overwhelming.
Ir. addition to his classical
raptrta r, Belarsky hat long
the sining of the $1,850,000,000
emergency housing bill now before
President Eisenhow.*-.
"The bill will encounge lenders
well as tours throughout England.
Scotland, Ireland. Belgium. Switz-
erland Italy. Austria and Turkey.
His Spring tour. 1953. took him
back to Japan, where he had been'to lend, builders to build and buy-
feted twice before, in 1931 and ers to buy," declared Jay I. Ki-
bcan"a* aMared eaaana Mm for." 1932 And he devoted the summer lak, president of the Kfelafc Mort-
months of 1954 to a tour of eight gage Corporation, one of Florida's
South American countries.
Hi
Florii
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k m* way to 9* K> Nobw. a,
amima*,
UiHUiM,m Jfi
4ayt ami m+t jj
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wnalf HOfSTOOHIa OM
(I for Sw m>
boumo ma
Two nifhta of no. for*
ktdvaat ootiid* hom-
rcom,dlwmndbfofc
fait tadi woy.
S Any Travel AfM
PaO STEAMSHIP C0m
atscen/iie Blvd.. H- ft \
Fl ? -MM
MRS. SCHAViK
ly leading
m<5 ex-anerts and interpreters
o. H.-'jrew and Jewish songs.
B eenti] concluding the most tri-
apl tour -j; bar caieer, Emma
Schaver visited Israfel end several
European countries.
Mrs Schaver had the distinction
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C0AJPifTlY AIR-C0KD17I0HED HOTtl
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ON THE OCEAN and 64th ST3KT
William Fisher, President
Happy PaxROvvr Hoiiday
lirovtings to Aii ...
Hydropon.cs Man
Invited to France
Sy Robins, director of the Aruba
Nutriculture Farm, his been in-
vited to attend the 15th interna
tional Hortieul'ural Congress in
Nice. France, Apr. 11 to 18.
The distinguished hydroponics
farmer will discuss "Soilless Cul-
ture in Aruba'' at a special sym-
poaium also taking up such tub-
jects as "New Data on Fruit Ma-
turation." "Diagnosis and Control
of Virus Diseases'1 and I'ses of
Plastic! in Horticulture."
F. Penningfeld, Vice chairman
of the International Working Group
on Soilless Culture, will aei as
president of th; symposium, which
will include reports trom Maxwell
Bently. ol South Afr ea, and Abrani
Steinei. of Naaldwi,!;. Holland.
hob.ii.- is the son of Mrs. Oida
Rubin, nil S. Venetian cL. Ifiauu.
. largest.
Release of the new mortgage
i money should end the sales slump
, of the last lew months and result
in a new spurt in construction and
increased demand for homes. Kis-
lak said.
AUTHOMltD ACW7 |
P. I 0. STEAMSHIf Cl
GEORGE KR0KM|
TRAVEL SERtIB'
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MIAMI IUCN
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I-ichthouse for the Klind. a Ini-
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Wednesday it is nol now soliriti...
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Happy Patutorer
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Reservations Call NE 3-3817
2741 W. Flagler St.
nor is it holding any fund-
V -"..ism- campaign with the general
public.
Alex II. Townsend. execut.ve di- !
rector of the Lighthouse, said th-
b joined the United
Fund last year and participa:
the first United Fund drive, th-re-
. IV rnaLin ,:s*.|f available for Cm-
ien runn dollars during 1958.
Townsend said calls to his office
[indicated another organiiaHon
may be raising funds for sightless
: persons, and some workers in that
drive may be referring to
Lighthouse as headquarters
i that campaign.
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Leslie, son of Mr. and
i Fuchs, 1444 S. Bis-
rd.. and Kinston,
\ become Bar Mitz-
, Apr. 6, at North
i Center. Rabbi
[AirGinowitz will offi-
[.Aaron is a seventh
i-*ludent -at Hebrew
ny. .Reception- and
^ Will follow at his
Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Davidson, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 5, at Temple
Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Marvin is
a seventh grade student at
Nautilus and attends Temple
Eman i-El religious school.
Richard A., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Benkowitz, 1700
Daytonia rd., will become
Ear Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 5, at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate.
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| West Flagler Street
iione FR 4-8571
Wj'SHtS ALL A
H4Ppy passovh
Bonn Deputy Has Run in With
Co/league Who Went to Warsaw
BONN (JTA)Rightist deputies
and the Bonn Minister for Refu-
gees, a one-time Nazi leader, have
sounded off in Parliament an at-
tack on Prof. Carlo Schmid, Social
Democratic deputy who recently
visited Warsaw and placed a
wreath before the monument com-
memorating the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising.
Most vociferous of Prof. Schmid's
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tppliers of Kosher Dairy Products for Passover
to the Dairies
N.E. 3rd Avenue
Phone PL 4-6603
% friends and Acquaintances ..
f*v Greetings .
JUDGE
GEORGE E. HOLT
fade County Court House, Miami, Florida
SfASMS MEETINGS TO All OVf ffltHBS
ERIC .. DIETSCH
rAINTING AND DECOMTINO
'W. 19th Street Phone N 5-8912
._*..
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ro ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ..
GREETINGS
TALKER CASKET COMPANY
U 67th Street Phone PL 8-8715
critics was German party deputv
Herbert Schneider who charged
ihat the Socialist had "dishonored"
the German people by his action
and by his willingness to deal with
the "Eastern people." Schneider
was one of the chief spokesmen for
a Bundestag group which recently
called for a "review" ot the com-
pensation law for victims of the
Nazis.
Another attacker of Prof. Schmid
was Theodor Oberlaender, Minis-
ter for Refugees, who called the
Social Democrat's willingness to
negotiate with the Poles a "crime"
against Germany and Europe.
During the war, the East Prussian
was a Nazi security police leader
and later an official in occupied
Prague. It was in that period that
Oberlaender wrote of the Jews that
they were "always inclined toward
Communism."
Open House Party Slated
Open house party for young men
and women between the ages of
18 and 28 was to be held at Za-
mora Jewish Center Thursday.
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CLOVER LEAF INDUSTRY
Mcorbelized Floor Tile
Stepping Stones Shower
Stalls Patio Tile -
Window Sills
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
WI 7-5767
16585 N.W. 2nd Ave.
GREETINGS
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A Post, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
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840 S.E. MIAMI AVENUE RD.
PWm Ft 3-737*
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Richatd, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Freedman, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Passover ser-
vices of Templa Emanu-El
Saturday morning, Apr. 5.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate. Richard is a ninth
grade student at Miami
Beach Junior High School.
Kenneth A., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin W. Lewis, 4421
Post ave., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Apr. 5, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER "
TROPICAL PLAN SERVICE
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1712 S.W. 1st Street FR 4-0672
TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES .
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Uest Wishes (or a Happy Passover
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Citizens Councils Active in Terrorism
By JsVLTDN FtDV*\
Me et,
a public
cor.-hmon of the sage*
The greet tar* ex
. by Abraham to secure a
wrfe far his sea Isaac treat
kas ewe kaadred rather than
a\e*aag the Canaanrtes. and a sim-
ilar luntern manifested by Isaac
and Rebekah tuaiuawMI wives far
all raaphanr- the im
port aare which is attached to the
of segreiauoe *'
The frssts of this "study' by the
Himi are be-
l worker In the t'fitted Jewrah Appeai
.r\t\inx an Stella. i.
n't t aaley. sad
geivleea aad burial were in
., Trxk. with III miaul
*har MORRIS NEHAM
T. of II* .- a u
v >
rludinc "ieiBiaai T
Martha Z
Mar at R
Btst eurlal
JOSEPH a. KOWMAK
IS. ef SIM iaviian 'tti dr.. did Star.
i a eiaur .-tailor here for X >ea.,
he i jiv.ved by a >Ucr aad Bee
WctHer*. Urufcea aad) Wral aare .a
rkmio. aha K-raade-Beech M
MM Chanel In oru.c* kraatr.
of local
T. tm,:
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hare. Bra re,

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This aBcced
eoataiBs a
Bui B run ai
ll deirac?
CanBKsls
The author is ideanDed as a :Be
" Jeaish Suutliueti wee prefers H ',.,.*
reaiaiB lawyaw- Ye: the
anonymous one boasts that hih
Klaasmea hide their faces.
A the Cuiums
It proclaim their
bj the educe-
the Crtueas' O
'* -.* daawniti ahi W Bwe
tactual level tr* the -Jfwidl
view' he advance*.
rve^cnae the erri r fans etaad
of Buai B Trth. he ace* BM -v bb-
tiaail Je wish fraiertuJ war: of
falsely pi :r7> -ur.c MS speak wr
Jewish Cuuthiraiii Be laeae s
haTi to s.-.. hani
. r> ;_*: beeaane tbe> are Jews
it any -
. _-i;-: . e*aa Ban DwaWC -IK
atari ii- b Bu. t rah oa the
Aisaeal at the 'Bible be* of the
Batten il said there was
r. }-. : |aaaaa
Disced by Jesu* Christ oa lave for
the entire world "was aateaded m
pan at least, as a rebuke to the
aaBBtry aad isaahriart of the Jew-
ish leaders, aad ta taaaatiiLt the
f-nce wterk the Jewish people as
a wnear maatitiaid toward the
at Cx Good Saman-
u> what-1' the smog cnafili-
aad aarrow aati i1 pre-
.uidin of the Jews, hat he did not
are racial disttac-
Joseph Zemel
Passes Away, 57
Zemel. 57. of 3121 Prairie
ave_ died Mar 28
Aa attorney, be was a member
of the Miami Beach Bar Assn. and
the Florida Bar. and served as a
chairman of the Board of Educa-
tion of the Greater Miami Hebrew
.Academy He was a member of
Temple Beth Israel, and a Mason.
DAVIO A. MATZK N
*&. of STS; La AJorre dr.. die* Mar I
A real elate eaawaaar. he ra>r*e here
ilt). > r-aj \ea Tark. JV JTJ
I a atwb.r the Miami Bea-'i 1*,
of Knfcht- t Prtkiaa and Miami
Bearn Pt~:. Jevr-ri W/ar Velaraaa,
j a*d i* Wnr:d War I veteran, ahiir-
!: are,hl* -.fe. Peavrlle. two aao-.
, Mi-hae: n Mlaa I'arol Abb Z.ti.in. aad a tit-
Mr M-- R' -' P>nj:erraB. f*e Ve
mere Ma- X at HeMmaa Psaeral
Caaaal ta hartal in Miami Ba i
Kahrau of I>!!*. emetery la Mi-
MRS. ANNA R BEROW
of 9*f K-- !.J ave died Mar 9, A
t here :; > ears, he Is win i
--T r.teee. Mra. Mrri* Laater. >er-
ikr wer* in Brouklyii. with R
aade-Reath MeanurUl haj.H lu cU.-;f
"
JULIUS KESSER
of If* i-alm ave oied Mar tr in
iwaHmlar at tha
University af Miami law asaSSSf,
ha aha was part ewner af t4o*>-
Ranch, twr Fort Myers.
N- T n A WiBlrr vieitor here to!
he aaa part uaaer at the
\ i-arhvr Draj Carp, of New Tor* aixj
Maral RarrrciBK are hh> wKe. Kaar
a dajchter. Mra. Rhoda Fhrr aa1 a
.ra> taldt aai i h la were alar
- .1 Mt .Who Caaaoterr aader tae
ttua of Newraaa-tiurdaa Kaar-a
'Holi
.- tt
:: bj
Sach was ^e late x
uteiial received hy
r iilifiaai
said the to
Council woald sot for one aaaanent
i an mm ihoagfcu of raraane :he
Cam.Lil s activiues ona anD-Sem-
chaaaeJ* patten -
am confritat. beinf repeated m
all the sewas aad cities where re-
:;ed aad seH -ish
Cwwaj *w OW Tefimtnt, the
CTfiaaiH Caawcili hava taken it
BBBM "*w i* rai re i-*e'T>r*f Jj-
diajaa. Acciidiaa ta the laws
aalivrraal ta Mesas." sate? their
pamp>i't. "the crossbreeding ef
diverse strains ef cattle, the
planting of r-..xed seeds, and the
mating ef woof and linen in a
garment were ferbichssn."
Staining are his wife. Syrria:
two ms. Edward and Nathaniel:
three asters, imiudrit Mrs Pean-
nette Ehreakranz. Miami Beach:
aad two MathtJK
Sersites and harial were in Chf-
toe. NJL. with Riverside Beach
Memorial Chapel in charge of local
arraneemem*
MRS. HANNAH BIXLER
, SX of am Coaliaa ave okad Mar :
A winter re*We-t liere for C ; *
27rtLlstAj
rtl-wl
wr PAssomnj
Due he**
mtrm
ah* TOTI
13152 WEST Din
n laa
V5 FLORA LEVANT
. MenSaiB ave .~d Mar S
^ >*aara, an-
- daarMer ServSrea
arranc- K.vwatde- Beach
al<
Couple Develop Novel Idea
In Buying Dresses Here
MRS CMARLOTTE ROSEN
.-- jr*r leu _
'died v B Porawrtj of V-
N Y ahe bad Uved here
__ ---- meaaher of l->thaaa maters.
Therefore, the Citizens Councils Tean* n SbiIiwi hxiwN
am.ed at a cenc^k H-je, ^ad^.
Ma- SI at
Mi Banal Ceanatery
kEi
ABRAHAM OOwLICK
in Ruaeia. he owaed a<4
Laawdry aad Drr Ctraalaa Co.
:n H..!.--.^i. Mian,. ..,
1 Ta(o. Sum' -r ar> v.i wife M
aW. a daut- K.th filial aaa ii
I two brocaer> and tao ahrt*
aaanxhy. came to Musu alsaost
two years aec. He as exemtue
director of a nataanil hmlth aad
Bat far Elbott aad IV
arce as he prrasaily en
aad persoaally pradactne. thts
work wxs not ennsaA And then
aa adea hat the couple.
List year they founded the
Harem at 444: Brscavne bevoL.
a wnague clothing store wSh a
Sala. whach Tvesaav
its
Harem featnres original
NTMAN vEl\BERG
SW \!r r*
By Uior. Jacques Fith Dd Mra Kan Mann
Cesl Chapman. Baimain. Tina A"^ ^'"-r-. a aiater aad
Lescr. H.e.-^. Ba^-----1 -w *-** ., aal bmnai
Tne
gowns

Hr\-ey Benn and other
top creators*D at a fraction of
their original cost How? 1. >
easy.
Deny aei these dresses from
socialites who just won't be seen
m a gowa snore than once or
lariat. -Believe it or not. Carre
are soaae woasea tacky enough
as he sa sach a posxtion '
The aet resah is that the
Harem stacks the pawns in *
ard-
af prices Tnese are not hand-
Elliott
isTJaiai Tea caddB't
them
a exchisne.
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TOOLS t lUCHWBtY RENTED
Dili*I Swwtwf i IfJf
COOPER CUPPB. POWB MOWSS
Seles f frsrfds Repairs
l30ftW.2tfliSlrwwt hmt**"
sarst ananeriarr Tuesday hy
aaasuag up a aecond stare at US
S Fewera! ewy. at
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-Jewlsli fhriHtr
15-B
nest Spiritual Leader
Officiate at Beth El
ABBI SOIOMOH SCHIff
ck Scientific
ping Supports
jia's Lawrence
YORK(JTA)Dr. Nelson
Biblical archaeologist and
kt of Hebrew Union College'
Institute of Religion, who
It returned from new arch-
fa! explorations of Israel's
region, announced Monday
had made important dis-
[Judaean fortresses found
Mng the Valley of Ruheiba
the findings of Lawrence
la identifying Ruheiba with
fblical site of Rehovoth
26:22-23). Dr. Glueck
a press conference here,
[tresses form an important
body of evidence showing
jidaiNin kingdom caravans
the famous Way of Shur
(through, Sinai to 7gypt.
Ksiot, site of a modern Is-
|ttlement. Dr. Glueck die-
immense evidence of
ngineering by the Nabata-
Jich, he said, if utilized and
ed by Israel today, could
Material assistance in trans-
the desert.
Sidney H. Palmer, president of
Beth El Congregation, announced
this week that Rab)i Solomon
Schiff, of Dubuque, la., has ac-
cepted an invitation to be guest
spirtual leader and cantor during
the Passover holidays.
Rabbi Schiff received his degree
frdm Brooklyn College ^nd was'or-'
dained at the Mesifta Tifereth Je-
rusalem Yeshiva. He served on
the executive board of the Inter-
Yeshiva Council of Greater New
York for two years.
The 28-year old spiritual lead-
er headed the Lecture Bureau
t the yeshiva, a position award-
ad to outstanding school orators
only. In this capacity. Rabbi
Schiff lectured in various com-
munities in the East, both in
English and Yiddish.
Prior to his ordination, he ser-
ved as cantor in leading congre-
gations. He is presently serving
as spiritual leader and principal
of the Hebrew School of Dobuque,
and has been engaged there for the-
past three years.
He n the founder of the Amer-
ican" Assn. for the United Nations
of Dubuque. He also serves on
the board of the Mental Health
Assn. and is active in the Boy and
Girl Scout movements. Rabbi
Schiff is married and has one
child.
While officiating at Beth
El's Passover services. Rabbi
Schiff will speak on "History as a
Teacher," which will be delivered
in English. His sermon for the sec-
ond day is "The Strength of the
Staff," and will be delivered in
Yiddish.
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A memo on my desk from Agu-
dath Israel of America proclaims
"deep concern" of American
Orthodoxy over the proposed con-
struction of a swimming pooh in
Jerusalem with bathing facilities
for both men and women.
I can understand the "con-
cern," but what troubles me is
its direction. Are they "concern-
ed" lest their own flock avail
themselves of the swimming fa-
cilities, of are they "concerned"
about (hose who have no qualms
about using mixed swimming
pools? If the first assumption is
correct, it would seem they lack
faith in the ability of their own
followers to resist the lure or
temptation of bathing facilities
for both sexes. If it is with the
latter they are "concerned," it
would seem they are treading in
an area where they do not right-
fully belong. If the religious, and
the differently orientated relig-
ious, wish to go their own path,
it is hardly within the moral pro-
vince of the ultra-extremists to
force them off their own path and
push them into their own direc-
tion.
This is the twentieth century,
when neither religion nor de-
finitive religious practices can
be foisted upon people either
by rod or ex-communication.
Religious freedom does not
imply the liberty of preempting
the rights of the free-thinker
or religious dissenter. The
rights of the disbeliever are no
loss sacred than those of the
believer. Nor can there be any
trespassing on the rights of
men to interpret faith and prac-
tice it in their own light.
This columnist over the years
has taken a strongly sympathetic
view of Orthodoxy, and there is
no intention now to deviate from
that patn. But the issue here is
not Orthodoxy but conformity. He
is fully mindful of the theological
position of the Orthodox Jew with
respect to any deviation from
fundamentals, particularly the
desecration of the Sabbath and
the mixing of sexes, and of the
agonies experienced by the faith-
ful of that genre when their re-
ligious sensitivities are offended
by "Chillul Hashem," profana-
tion of The Name. But sensitiv-
ity, it must be remembered, is
not a quality of personality that
is exclusive to the religious. Does
not it occur to the extremists
that their behavior can be offen-
sive when they try to Toist their
way. their own ideas upon others?
What the religious extremists
seem to want is a theocratic state
in Israel, without thinking of its
grave implications for the Jew-
ries in other countries. If theo-
cracy is good enough for Israel
why not for Spain and Italy and
other countries? The answer, of
course, is that the theocratic con-
cept in government has no place
in twentieth-century society. If
it did, we would have to make
peace with the unpalatable thesis
that the majorities in every coun-
try have the right not only to reg-
ulate the religious ways of the
minorities but to dictate as well
their religious path.
Only recently Agudath Israel
participated in a New York
City demensfration for fair
Sunday laws, law* wbicb would
give Sabbath observers the
right to conduct business af-
fairs on Sunday, Now, there is
no doubt that the Sunday laws
tr a product of the> majority's
relhjteos orientation even as
there is no doubt that the de-
mand for a change stems from
the contention, and rightfully
so, that in matters of religion
no majority has the right to
foist practices or observances
oh the minority.
The argument of the demon-
strators was that Sunday laws
violate the constitutional safe-
guards against the mingling of
Church and State apart from de-
priving Sabbath observers of eco-
nomic rights enjoyed by other
citizens. Now, if the separation
of Church and State thesis is to
have any meaning at all it must
be a universal concept, one that
is as applicable in Israel as in the
United States.
There can be no two standards.
One can't in good conscience
claim a right and simultaneously
deny its extension to others under
the same set of circumstances
and conditions.
Our extremists, it seems, are
dominated by too much wrath
and all too little compassion. Our
religious world seems to be lack-
ing in great men these days.
It seems to this columnist at
least' that our religious zealots
would do better if they turned in
meaningful direction toward halt-
ing "the decline in Orthodoxy,"
as a prominent Orthodox rabbi
termed the situation in a recent
conversation with this wri'er.
New York City is still the bastion
of Orthodoxy, but there are dis-
quieting indications that the
"crisis in Orthodoxy" there is
more serious than it appears. The
same situation obtains in other
large cities in the United States
with huge Jewish settlements.
Only the other day I came across
a report that the hardest hit city
in that respect is Chicago, where
some ninety-odd Orthodox syna-
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assover Today Sees Man in Bondage
By L. H. MAROULIES
Passover commemorates the
iDOssibility of transition. The de-
Ivotions of the holiday are essen-
tially said in praise to God for his
having made movement a reality
Ijn this all too solid sphere. With-
out a doubt Passover is the period
Ijn which the Creator is thanked
Ithat ways and paths and direc-
tions can be discovered and un-
dertakcn. or over-passed. It is a
Iholiday which is intended to yield
glory to the escape of the inno-
cents. It is a holiday which as-
serts that when the time is cor-
tect, and the will prooerly goad-
Id. and the desire great then
lone can go and inaugurate the
rhangc.
It is not often that such a direct
path is open to any coherent mass
of humanity. (The return to Israel
in our own time will also take 40
years.) The going from Egypt did
not infer the departure of bodies
although such is the narrative of
the physical transition. The go-
ing from Egypt was an interior
alteration*. The 40 years were an
interior initiation. A path was
opened, and it was taken, and
some mode of the Edomrte uni-
verse, whence Egypt derived, fell
from the eye and sank.
There is not a soul with the
slightest certitude or even intima-
tion of what that Egypt was then
like, or really what role its meta-
physical doctrines played in the
manipulation of the ritual it based
Dissolution is Everywhere;
But Nowhere Does Another
Moses Appear to Lead Us
its social organization upon.
There may indeed at the parting
of Moses, have been a terrible
controversy among the men rep-
resenting tne various esoteric
grades, and that those to whom
futurity was assigned grew fear-
life
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ful of the wrath of those confined
to dissolution, and hence fled.
Humanity at large, presently, is
in the position Israel was whilst
in bondage to Egypt. Everyone
sees the dissolution but none
seems to know quite what to do,
or where to go, and how. This
accounts for the misery every
member of this planet is groaning
under with no single excep-
tion. Despite the illusion of what
wc fancy our individual worries
to be, we are all of us essentially
worried about the same thing,
namely: how can things continue
this way?
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The horror of the direction
"things" have taken is of course
absorbed into our private lives.
Most of us feel the problem in
personal terms. But the true
adepts at work know better.
They know exactly how general
the worry is. Israel worried in
Egypt as all of us worry now. It
was an identical situation. But
now it's on a planetary scale. The
danger is greater. This time the
entire stage may get destroyed
. Moans, mmitatiw, deserts.
That is what is supposed to oc-
cur at the eleventh plague. At
the eleventh plague the whole
works go. After the eleventh pla-
gue the Tabernacle we will have
to build in that desert to come
will require the revelation of an
eleventh commandment ... at
least an eleventh commandment.
A prophet will be required as its
vehicle, just as Moses was called
on to sustain the previous ten. Is-
rael ought to produce him! Or
at least begin to concentrate on
his materialization in some form
in the not too distant future.
Israel at this time is too imma-
ture in her self awareness to even
consider the validity of nurturing
a prophet. Contemporary Israel
has no cognizance yet of her im-
pending function. Israel, the gen-
eral Israel, is unaware that her
greatest contributions are not in
men such as Einstein and Sig-
mund Freud but in prophets. To
produce these is Israel's native
forte. She must not forget that.
She has a special excellence in
this mode. It is a talent she neg-
lects at her own risk. She must
come to recognize that it is to
the actualization of a prophet that
all her developments aspire. The
Western hemisphere has paid her
prophets, true and false, utter re-
spect. Her prophets are welcome
though Israel herself is never
welcome, as witness the encom-
passing religion of that hemi-
sphere. But if this be Israel's in-
nate capacity better she acknow-
ledge it soon, so that she can
make proper preparations. Pro-
phets don't just walk on any soil.
The soil has to require them.
Ploughing simply isn't enough.
Of course, Israel isn't ready to
submit to the humility that must
proceed the appearance of the
prophet. Israel is still too stiff-
necked in part, is still too much
an imitation of her pursuers .
as were those fleeing Egypt in
that prior desert. A prophet, it
seems, is the signal of the change.
In Israel the prophet always ap-
pears at the crux of the crisis, at
its divided apex. The contem-
porary apex looks as divided as
it can get without splitting in two.
The time may be ripe for a
prophet shortly possibly be-
fore another ten years pass his
presence will already be ascer-
tained and perhaps in three after
that he may even appear public-
ly. The third World War will have
either already taken place by
then or else it will be right on
the verge of taking place. Heart
failure will destroy more than
strontium in those days. In fact
fear will cause so many to perish
on either side that eventually it
will be realized that the war was
fought entirely without physical
weapons and the victims fell-
ed entirely by a purely psychic
arsenal.
In short, maybe we are in that
war now. And maybe its big
battles are yet ahead, and maybe
a prophet will be required at the
ceremonies of cessation. Israel
should not delay. Delay is folly
at this time. If we can't produce
a Moses let's produce someone,
if only a minor someone, a pre-
view prophet as it were, but at
least one bespeaking the fact that
he is only a forerunner for others
more intensive than himself. A
prophet is after all not too diffi-
cult a being to establish. One
can be a prophet in the body of
one's humanity. A prophet need
not be a messiah. He doesn't have
to glow. He can almost walk in a
suit of clothes.
Just think how impressive a
new prophet might be to Israel
as well as to its neighbors. It
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Last Pesach. the Pcsach before
and the Pesach before that, two
tyrants invaded the family seder
and left behind a trail of trampled
matzoh. shattered wine glasses
and crimson stains on the dining
room rug.
Tyrants? you remonstrate. In
America?
I repeat: tyrants. For three
successive Passovers, they have
reTtflFefTour sedorim t(Tshami>lr.
Now that another holiday is at
hand. I view the prospects of an
authentic seder (i.e., an orderly
service) with dark foreboding.
This year as in the past, the ty-
rants will arrive on schedule.
What is more, they will occupy
the seats of honor. They are. par-
adoxically, the raison d'etre for
the seder. Beyond this, they are
the sun around which the family
revolves, the hub of our universe.
How do you exclude the rulers of
the household, the undisputed
overlords, emperors and sov-
ereignsthe grandchildren?
Our particular pipsqueak po-
tentates have names: Joel Ira,
aged half past six, who wears his
crown by right of primogeniture
and male perocative. Occasion-
ally he magnanimously suffers
his sister, Esther Lea, aged five,
to try on the crown for size. But
she needs no crown and she
knows it. A pudgy forefinger
packs more power than a scepter.
Speaking objectively (and who
can speak more objectively th;in
an aunt?) I can testify that our
two sovereigns are unquestion-
ably the most intelligent, beauti-
ful, loveablc beguiling, well-be-
haved and altogether remarkable
of their kind this side of the Miss-
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Two years ago, the ceremony
stopped dead even before the
Exodus began when four full-
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the grandparento."
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again, the whirlwind
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My mother's indulgence a(l
family treasurc is matche!)
my father's patience. Last]
Joel wearied in the middlel
"Fir Kashas" and no an
prompting, cajolery or
could induce him to
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[he Permanence of Passover Celebration
By HAROLD U. RIBALOW
As American Jewry returns
-nore insistently and firmly to the
observance of Jewish customs
jnd traditions, the holiday of
bassoter looms larger on the
flcwish calendar wiin each pass-
ing yew-
It is, therefore, not surprising
bhat tnere are community Sedor-
m; that the Seder becomes a
.najor event in the family; and
that in scores of books by Jewish
neli-is. the Seder symbolizes
its acceptance, or perhaps re-
gionth*.. degree .to -whieh a
accepts his heritage.
Yet there is an area of Jewish
bxpenence vis a vis the Passover
holiday which has been overlook-
d, I think. And it is this: how
meaningful is Passover to those
flews who. for one cause or an-
other, are away from home when
he holiday is upon them? How
.. they feel? How do they react?
fVhat happens to them, Jewishly?
. Jew can take various holidays
Lnd customs in stride when he is
: home; he may even think him-
elf indifferent to them. They are
fcere for him to accept or reject,
End whether he does one or the
ither. he believes he has a free-
dom of choice.
But when the same Jew is away
bom home, suddenly this free-
Bom of choice narrows; he wants
|o participate, for if, in this case,
he Seder comesand he is not
kit a Seder tablethere is a hole
his heart; he realizes, of a sud-
den, that he is "out" of some
hing. And he tries to connect
himself to his people. The so-
Called indifference is seen to be
surface thing. There is no in-
difference. Instead, there is a
ealization that one must stand up
l a Jew, as one with roots, and
hat those roots are buried in
Jewish rituals and holidays like
fassover.
These reflections are pro-
voked by a handful of experiences
hat occurred to me when I was
Iway from home during the Pass-
over season. In each instance.
he holiday was nearly upon me
efore I was aware of it, and I
vas casual about the event until
It struck me that I, too, must
khare the experience of the cele-
bration, and 1 must be part of a
larger whole when my people are
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marking an event which has na-
tionalistic, religious and ritualis-
tic symbols and meanings.
The first time I was struck by
the permanence of Passover to
Jews came about during a visit to
the city of Bombay, India, when I
was serving with the Army Air
Corps. I had stumbled upon a
Jewish quarter and a Jewish
school and the teacher, a Mr.
Abraham, was giving me, and a
second soldier, a guided tour of
the premises. We had seen much
and were slowly becoming aware
that Jews all over the world were
much the same, regardless of
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Phone JE 1-1141
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their outer trappings and the wide
geographic spaces between Jew-
ish communities.
Then, suddenly, Mr. Abraham
asked, "would you like to see our
people make matzoh?" We said
we would, and almost immediate-
ly we were led to a nearby shack
which served as a matzoh factory.
Fifty women, looking no dif-
ferent from the Indian women one
saw on the streets of Bombay,
were sitting on their haunches,
busily kneading dough on the
back of a number of flat pans.
Most of them were wizen-faced,
Continued on Pago 13-C
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23 N.E. 74th Street Phone PL 9-0953
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MR. AND MRS. H. ZAIDMAN
DADE KOSHER MARKET
153 N.W. 5th Street
Wish the Jewish Community
A Kosheren and fraylichen Pesach
Oar fiest Wishes-To -All Oar -fritrnk, Patrons
and Acquaintances
SPECTOR and SONS
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
575 S.W. 22nd Avenue
Phone FR 9-1365
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STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS
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SALE SERVICE INSTALLATION
7111 Biscayne Boulevard Telephone PL 8-5513
y
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
i

Paul Faske
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To All Season's Best Wishes
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SIMPLEX TIME RECORDERS
SPENCER VACUUM CLEANERS
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Phone NC 4-8571
Best Wishes for Passover .
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ABSTRACTS TfTU INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 4-1601
Huntinglcn Medical Bldg.
Branches:
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At National Jewish Welfare Board in New food boxes, each containing holiday fooj]
York, volunteers launch Passover Seder pack- basics and a Hagaddah, will be opened bt
aging project on behalf of Jewish GIs in iso- small groups of servicemen at lonely oulpott I
lated overseas areas. Some 3,500 Passover throughout world.
Quiz Box of Pesach Questions, Answers
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it that chometx (leavening)
en the Passover is forbidden
even in the minutest quantity?
The rabbis were especially se-
vere in prohibiting the consump-
tion of chometz on Passover, even
going as far as outlawing 'the
smallest amount of it. Two rea-
A MAPPr PASSOVER TO
All Mr MINDS
D. C. Kennel t
FIRE CHIEF
Miami Beach
Florida
sons are advanced for this in
rabbinic literature. One is that
chometz is an item which is per-
missible the rest of the year and
is only forbidden on Passover.
Thus, it is possible. that without
the severest of restrictions peo-
ple may not avoid it, being used
to it the year around.
Another reason advanced is the
fact that since the chometz or
the mixture in which it is invol-
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HIINDS AND FATMNS
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TO ALL
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Phone PL 4-0261
Bemt Wishes
tor the
Holiday Season

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1650 N.E. 163rd St.
Phone Wl 7-7523
North Miami Beech
r
v'ed will become permissible Ij
consumption after Passover lpc>|
vided it does not belong to a Jew I
on Passover), the rabbis prefer-1
red to prohibit to the limit as nil
a prohibition is not a total I
Late opinions claim that cb
was prohibited in the slighted
amount since it is the activity (I
the ingredient which is prohibits"!
(i.e., its active function as ifell
mentation agent) and this actrriqrl
can affect a much larger quat-l
tity of food, being that it invgha|
an active organism.
'.31j j
Why is it prohibited to drink wine after finishing th* fowl |
cup at the Seder?
Some claim that thts restrictb j
was instituted because of the pen
who were only able td get (k|
wine from chantanle source)!
They thus had wine enough ferl
eight glasses, i.e.. lour each aifkk j
If they drank more than fourcaj]
CenHnued en Pate W
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO Ail |
Sunshine of Mini
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All Kinds of Cat>
Mem. Women. Cbildrtn
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CKUTINCS tO All
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TO ALL ... greeting;;"
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Engineering:
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4. 1958
+Jm1siifk>r*tiar)
5-C
ifter Ten Years of Israel's Independence
By ELIAHU SALPETCR
Whtn a people is fighting for
ktatehood, its primary aim and
kiolive ia the achievement of in-
deptn-K-nce. Ten yeara ago, how-
ever, when the Jewish people in
Pale.-tine, with the aid of Jews in
other countries, established the
State I Israel, independence was
Dot an aim in itselt, but rather a
near.s toward a goala goal of
self once more in the brilliant
1956 Sinai campaign, destroying
in a briei few days the Soviei-
equipped armies of Egypt.
And during all those years the
immigrants kept streaming iu. In
May. 1943. when the State was
established, the total Jewish pop-
ulation was 650,908. hi Uie first
four ye*r-eiose to 00,Q80 more
ml dlltantTy messianic: the In- S0,B LmP f Europe wtre mt-
athering of Exiles.
Two thousand years of disper-
among the nations of the
jvorld. and countless ages of per-
secution culminated in the mur-
Her ol six million Jews by the
tfazis during the second World
Var. After, the war. the Jewish
eopie were acutely conscious
hat had there been a Jewish
ate many'M not all of those six
million could- have found refuse
ind n .cue. Now, the Jewish peo-
ple were atim faced with the re-
of the British who ruled
Pale-tine, to permit the pitiful
lew who survived Hitler's hell to
imigrate to their ancient homc-
md.
Thus, "opening the gates" of
Ihe Jewish homeland became the
'imacyjtm achieved by the 1948
Var of Ufteration, won against
invading armies of seven
Irab states. But beyond this was
second purpose adopted by
ho>e whose dreams and actions
prought forth the reborn State:
was the vision of a modern Is-
laeJ, bringing the twentieth cen-
|ury to the backward Middle East
-a vision that has become-a fact,
visitors during Israel's tenth
Anniversary year celebrations will
able to see for themselves.
The requirements for achieve
lent of those two goals were
dreefold: maintenance and inter-
national recognition of the newly-
Islabijihed independence, ece-
Mnic survival and peace with
he Arabs. Any balance sheet ap-
praising the credits and debits f
ebom Israel's first tan years ef
ndependence must be based on
he evaluation of progress toward
ho>e two goals, and of successes
^nd failures in the field of the
hreefold requirements.
During its first ten years of
kewly-won independence, Israel
has become a member of the Uni
Nations, established mutual
fliplorr.atic '"recognition with 65
ther nations. Its army, born
put ol th{. very struggle for the
Still establishment, proved it-
uated. then the ghettos of North
Africa and the Middle East. Af-
ter iour years there was a drop in
immigration: the available
sources had largely dried up, the
doors ol Easte.ii Europe were
closed by Moscow, while in Israel
itself the strains on the country's
economy had reached the break-
ing point.
But slowly the economy began
""" CSnfMOfT 811 mrW"
"In most cases the immigrants must be trained since an over-
whelming number ot them previously had no specific profes-
sion whatever ..." State of Israel Bond investments are being
utilized to establish and expand hundreds of industrial enter-
prises throughout Israel. Here is technician of Phoenicia Glass
Works Ltd., inspecting a finished glass instrument, which will
be used in chemical experiments.
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Passover Season and Feelings of Nostalgia
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
When I was a child, we used to
say my brother Joe and a bar-
gain sale were responsible for
Pesach.
I suppose the ceremony of the
Seder takes on a thousand differ-
ent variations despite the basic
similarities. For instance, when
I was a child one of the popular
features ofl'asspver was a syrupy,
drink called "mead," an especial
favorite with children. No one
seems to make that any more.
And then the children always
played rolling games with big
nuts. That Passover sport has
apparently disappeared also.
Among the Afghanistan Jews,
the men folk sit down to the
Seder, all garbed as though ready
for a journey, with daggers at
their side visualizing themselves
about to depart from Egypt like
their forebears. Other Oriental
Jews at the Seder wear garments
with very large sleeves, the room-
iness suggesting the freedom
which Passover connotes.
Pesach was a wonderful time
for us children. First, there was
the good food. There were the
matzos. Some people complained
that they got in their teeth, but I
always like them. Then there
were the "kneidlach.'' I had an
uncle who was against all religion
but he would go through the long
Haggadah just to get the "kneid-
lach." My father made it a rule:
"No Haggadah, no kneidlach."
Papa and uncle used to argue
about religion. My uncle would
mention Darwin, Robert Ingersoll
and people like that. My father
would say, "Did Darwin ever pro-
duce any kneidlach?" That would
clinch the argument. My- uncle
could not answer for that. A re-
ligion which could produce
"kneidlach" was ipto facto good.
My father was some guy about
Striking portrait of Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and world lamid
Biblical archaeologist, was presented to HUC-IIR recenttf j
on occasion of his 10th anniversary as president. Pn
entation took place in Cincinnati at testimonial banquet j
Dr. Glueck which served also to inaugurate 1957-58 combinail
campaign for American Reform Judaism. Painting is by Joeepkl
Margulies, of New York, portraitist-of President Eisenhow]
and other world renowned figures.
Pesach and between him and the
Haggadah and my brother Joe,
we would have a wonderful time.
My father knew everything there
was to know about Pesach. He
would make the Haggadah live
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before your eyes, and even I
stories not found there,
from the Talmud and
sources.
For instance, when we readsll
that part of the Haggadah ta]
you pour a drop of wine for i
of the plagues visited on Eflt]
my brother Joe poured out i
era! drops for each plagues*
that'll teach the Egyptian"
father told Joe that was
and he told him a story froa I
Talmud, how when the Jewil
caping from the Egyptians i
joiced at the drowning of *
Egyptians, God rebukedtjaivl
saying: "Are not the Epi"*J
also my children'' It """I
this reason, said my father, "ft
it was forbidden Jews to I
the Psalms of thanksgiving *r|
CantiiMM* an Past IK
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' April 4, 1958
+Jeist>Fh>rkUar
7-C
hould Rabbis Go Through 'Internship'?
|y BURTON DONNER
Ihoold rabbi3. like doctors, go
Lgh a period of internship
[or, assuming their first pul-
1
_he answer is that since 1962,
It is just what most American
biiical graduate* have been
Dg Since that date, because
America's first peace-time
the three branches of the
military establishment, the
Force, the Army and
rti have rwuired
K 100 Jewish chaplains to be
[duly at all times.
vtmX 20 rabbis, during the in-
frenms y-ars. have chosen the
Stary chaplaincy as a career.
/meet the military quotas, a
living group of about 80 addi-
Jewish chaplains must be
lervice: It works out to an ar-
gement under which, each
lr. about 40 rabbis enter the
jM and 40 others, having
Jnpleted tours of duty, return to
Kiwi life and pulpits.
he instrument which arranges
Itfie seminary graduates to en-
Ithe miliiary chaplaincy is a
hue body called the Commis-
\ on Jewish Chaplaincy, a pro-
; of the National Jewish Wel-
.Board. The commission is
pe up of seven representatives
i of the Orthodox Rabbinical
Kncil of America, the Conser-
ve Rabbinical Assembly of
erica and the Reform Central
Jference of American Rabbis.
fcxeept for the Orthodox chap-
p-. this operation is a draft.
ph rabbinical group requires
seminary graduates who arc
ed must enter the chap-
by lor a two-year period. Ex-
jtion are graduates who are
\n military veterans or for-
concentration camp inmates.
buses or deferments are some-
|es granted for pressing rea-
ne Orthodox exception to the
ate nature of this program is
\ to a simple fact. In the Orth-
Ix croup, the annual quota is
}d by volunteers because the
itary branches could not use
|of the Orthodox graduates if a
draft system was used by
Ich every graduate would be
|uired to serve. Statistically,
hodox seminaries graduate as
ny as 70 to 80 men with
licha (ordination) each year.
rabbis were recruited by these
methods in a three-way coopera-
tive effort of the rabbinical or-
ganizations, the seminaries and
the commission. About 200 have
completed their military tours
and about 70 are now on duty
In what sense is such service
an interneship for the civilian
RABBI AKYIH IfV
. hastens trass
The Reform and Conservative
groups struggle to maintain a 20
to 30 graduate level annually.
From 1952-through 1957, 270
pulpits which most of the chap-
lains take when they end their
military service? Rabbi Aryeh
Lev, director of the commission,
says that no formal study has yet
been undertaken but asserts that
there is enough evidence already
to justify the conclusion that the
military chaplaincy has provided
many experiences of great value
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to the young rabbi after he as-
sumes his first pulpit.
Basically, the military chap-
laincy provides a broadening of
the young rabbi's outlook which
he could scarcely obtain as a
civilian in so brief a period. The
quickest way to grasp the basic
educational process is to think of
the young rabbi, a graduate for
example of an Orthodox semin-
ary, going directly from school
to an Orthodox pulpit.
pis congregation, however,
functions" first within tfie larger
Jewish community in which there
are likely to be strong Conserva-
tive and Reform groups, and, sec-
ond, it functions also within the
general community. In that larg-
er community, the young Ortho-
dox rabbi will almost certainly be
expected to represent not only his
congregation but to some extent
the religious resources of the
Jewish community. There are
public boards, committees, foun-
dations and commissions on
which he will be expected to
serve, usually in cooperation with
Conservative or Reform rabbis
and laymen, or both and probably
with Christian clergymen and lay
leaders. Clergymen of all faifhs
are increasingly called upon for
public service in an immense va-
riety of causes.
Taking his first pulpit, the young
rabbi also undertakes his first ex-
periencing in administering an in-
stitution, including a budget and
a staff, not to mention all the
other duties associated with the
American rabbinate today. These
include conducting study classes.
Continued on Page 9-C
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". 'opening the gates' of the Jewish home-
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1948 War of Liberation .. But beyond this was
a second purpose: ... it was the vision of a
modern Israel, bringing the twentieth cental]
to the backward Middle Easta vision
has become a fact."
After Ten Years of Israel's Independence
Continued from Page 5 C
to improve, some doors in the
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and progressively the immigra-
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again. From the low of 11.369
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rose to 56.234 in 1956 and reach-
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ly, was as if the population af|
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from 155 million to some Till
lion!
For Israel, it was a
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also in the composition of f
population. Before the estal
ment of the Slate, over
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lii Box of Pesach Questions, Answers
htinued from P9 4-C
rst night, they would not
(ad enough for the second
Others claim that this pro-
: was instituted so that
, would not get drunk on
i-ir eve since the evening
he spent in discussing the
i (i the Exodus. Some claim
hi- was imposed so as not to
ie laste of the Matzoh which
[opposed to last in one's
jior the rest of the night, as
In.'ler of the taste of Matzoh.
he Jews had in the Exodus
cypt that night.
Is It customary to eat Hit
ir herb before the meal at
IPassover eve seder?
number of commentaries
he fact that in the days of
fmple the bitter herb was
fciier the meal on Passover
The explanation given is
e bitter herb represents the
it of exile or diaspora. In
l\- .1! the Temple, when
ved in their homeland, the
fhirb was eaten at the end
meal to indicate that the
cf Israel would yet taste
Herness of diaspora after
lived in the homeland.
be diaspora, the bitter herb
fcn before the meal, in the
Btion that just as the bitter-
Ibe bitter herb is followed
iiood tasting delicacies of
ssover meal, so will the
bitterness of exile be fol-
Iby redemption and salva-
ge day when we shall
Djoy our complete home-
Dd eat of the sacrifices, as
re used to.
it customary to place ten
n of bread around the
before starting search
ravening on the night bo-
I Passover?
rally, it was required to
pits of leavening around the
to impress one that as
one might think himself
there are always small par-
pi sin that are overlooked.
pbbalists claim that placing
of leavening around the
corresponds to the ten
pf sin which human beings
in, and signifies that we
fry to rid ourselves of
lone of them.
it particularly the middle
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matieh which is broken for the
afikoman?
This is done, claim the com-
mentaries, so that the upper piece
will remain intact for the bless
ing over the matzoh which is
made just before the meal begins.
If the top matzoh were broken,
one would have to pass it by and
make the blessing over the sec-
ond or middle one, and this is not
considered proper since it is pro-
hibited to embarrass even food by
passing over one item in favor of
a second. It is necessary to make
the blessing over a whole matzoh.
Should Rabbis Go Through
A Period of Internship'?
Continued from Page 7-C
providing pastorial counseling,
participating as a spiritual guide
at the great moments of life
birth, illness, bereavement and
death.
Does not the seminary give
some instruction In such vital as-
pects of the rabbi's calling? No,
says Rabbi Lev. For one thing,
the seminaries must pack an
enormous amount of sheer know-
ledge into the rabbinical student.
For another, the seminaries, ex-
cept for the Orthodox, -are en-
gaged in a pressing search for
promising young men for the rab-
binate because the Reform and
Conservative branches aie suffer-
ing dangerous shortages of rab-
bis.
How then docs the young rabbi
acquire these skills? Usually at
the expense of his congregation
and community. He learns by do-
ing, which can be costly and cum-
bersome.
Rabbi Lev does not argue that
the "internship" simile should be
considered an exact parallel with
medical interning. An Army camp
or a warship is not a congregation
and the chaplaincy is not a pre-
cise duplicate of the civilian rab-
binate.
But it is true, says Rabbi Lev,
that military duty does hasten
and quicken the young rabbi's
grasp of institutional religious
viewpoints other than his own. He
becomes intimately acquainted
with the fine points of such rela-
tionships, establishing on an inti-
mate and personal basis which
come from living with Christian
clergymen in chaplain school and
from working with them in the
Armed Forces.
In addition, he does learn some
of the elements of administration,
some of the elements of handling
a congregation and some of the
elements of pastoral counseling.
Rabbi Lev believes that the two
years of military duty cannot
help but give the rabbi priceless
preparation for the duties he as-
sumes as a civilian rabbi to the
benefit of the rabbi, his congrega-
tion and the community alike.
The best proof that the young
rabbis themselves regard mil-
itary service as an opportunity is
in the record of experience of the
commission. When the program
started in 1952, commission
members encountered a great
deal of reluctance from students
during their visits to seminaries
to arrange tours of duty. Now
such calls for military service are
accepted by the student as a
necessary part of his rabbinical
training.
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Continued from Page 1-C
was by just such transposition
thai the hierarchy ol Egypt was
undone. Moses and Aaron drew
it out with their staffs in the pre-
liminary battle of the magicians,
under the very face of Pharoah. A
prophet in Israel might even have
repercussions right to the very
highest point in Tibet. Naturally
anything straight from above
would.
But what are the requirements
for this appearance*. We know
what created lloses. We can
sense his inevitability. In retro-
spect we do not doubt that some-
one had to appear about when
Moses appeared. But now what
is required? Some say the crisis
that will produce a prophet is not
quite as intense as it need be.
They say the furnace is not as
fiery as the advent of a prophet
requires. In other words they
say things aren't quite as bad
as they have to become, and will
become in order to produce him.
Possibly we can project into
the required horror and foresee
the conditions he requires. It's
a sad task to make such projec-
tion, but if you will save yourself
then, be a good strategist now.
Try to intuit as much as you can
in advance of the ensuing dissolu-
tion. So yield to anticipations of
that terror that will fall upon us
here, and let us plan our exodus
while there's time.
Let us not be trapped in that
utterly sudden rush. Let those of
us who can foresee even a glim-
mer do what they can in prepar-
ing the way for those who can see
nothing. When the negative de-
cree is issued let us be prepared
for some kind of flight. Of course
we will have been told in advance
perhaps, if the prophet appears
in advance. If he does not, if
he appears only at the instance of
our greatest panic, then those
who had the inside information
will be called on for special duty,
to keep the herd in line, so that
it doesn't march over the preci-
pice before- the illumination of
the heavenly milk and honey is
beheld and tasted.
This Second Passover will be a
change of equal proportions to its
progenitor in Egypt- As the Law
was given then, something will be
given now given.nriitahml
That's the puzzle! How much
easier it would be if one knew
which way the scales of mercy
or wrath were going to tip. Which
way they'd tip would greatly af-
fect the personality of the prophet
of the time. Which way they will
tip will even more assertively af-
fect the outcome, generally. The
battle is near full height now be-
tween oee side and the other. All
of us are oppressed. Things are
so bad that even governments
are beginning to assume a some-
what unreel quality. The govern-
ments do not seem to be the
actual perpetrators of the overall
problem. It is slowly beginning
to seem to everyone, although as
yet consciously inadmissable, that
the source of the conflict is ut-
terly out of the hands of Washing-
ton, Moscow or any other such
locale.
It is beginning to seem that
even the individuals representing
the conflict at its height are mere
puppets in the scheme. When this
realization hits the public, as it
inevitably will, a unique sort of
depressant panic will spread .
but possibly the initiation of a
real sense of relief. At that point
of realization the maximum pos-
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point when once J
humanity will diicaS
major delusion aboa
sources of power uA
The regressive eteDM,.'
violently if it has to iT
struggle to keep a grip. 1
sibly the mutual assault.
But then, possibly ju, 1
Phet. One can only -
Israel ou^ht to vie for |
of producing him. ft
grade competitors. Sofl
-- Withahe appearanea i
Phet who will syL
possibility of a way oat
will inaugurate another'j
tion, another cleaving
waters. This time, ha
may be a cleaving of i_
But at least a way wifll
cated. There wilt be a(Ml
of a God who could make L
such as that way will be..
sible and possibly at a |
all seemed lost.
I hope any one reading ij
derstands. of course, that 1
duct ion of a prophet it ]
some or even unpractical}
tion ... or that in sp
the possibility of ssch a)
we are tampering oa holy j
That is not so Israel.
cried for a prophet in it i
To create a propttJI tlj
needs do is make hit!
a policy of state, hi
such severe ripples
entire Eastern ilemispawj
as no event since the I
the bomb on Hiroshima,
It would unlock tat!
stalemate of power insUanj]
and possibly outmode iti
merit to represent toe '
of humanity at large. hVJ
to be far superior a tyfl
Ghandi. He'd actually
speak from the source} |
upper stories. I don't I
can't even imagine, whatk\
possibly look like or boa kl
first announce himself, sat
effect of his presence
instantly universal. I a*l
know; but 1 don't. Butl#|
if he arrives on the scene'l
the repercussions will
nomenal.
So prepare soon for
exodus. There win be i
demands put on all of It j
may have to give up J
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bi someone, a preview prophet as it were, but at least
speaking the fact that he is only a forerunner for others
nlensive than himself."
Passover
And Nostalgia
Continued from Pag* 6-C
ing Passover week. While we
may be thankful for our deliver-
ance, we must pause also to drop
a tear for the drowned Egypt-
ians."
One time when papa was telling
us the story from the Haggadah
about the kid that a man bought
for two "zuzim," he went on to
say he knew another kid story
about Pesaeh. The kid he had in
mind was Joe. And then he would
tell us the Bible story about Jos-
eph and his brethren.
He would start something like
this. "Jacob had twelve sons but
he was especially fond of little
Joe. One day, there was a big
bargain sale at Macy's Depart-
ment Store and Jacob saw the ad-
vertisement in the papers and he
went there and bought a beauti-
ful shirt of many colors for Jos-
eph and some plain ordinary look-
ing shirts for his other boys. And
Joseph got big headed, and began
to tell his brothers bow, in his
dreams he saw them bowing down
before him. And how as a result
of this, his brothers became
angry and sold him to slave mer-
chants going to Egypt. If Joseph
had not gotten that silk shirt, his
brethren would not have followed
him and the Jews would not have
been enslaved. You see, chil-
dren," papa would say, "you
never know what consequences
result from trivial things."
Papa used to tell this story for
all it was worth, drawing differ-
ent morals at different Sedorim.
Sometimes it would be against
showing favoritism among chil-
dren, and sometimes about the
trouble a foolish dreamy kid can
cause.
I flee with no baggage .
hours notice. Another
nay be sinking into oblrv-
we must ascertain that
Jout of the pit while there's
your present holiday
threefold. Firstly be-
ve were led forth from
[in the past, secondly be
ie live to celebrate that
ind thirdly because there
possibility that you wiD
[see yet another Passover
own time, of at least
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Our Tyrants at the Family Seder Ti
Continued tram Pae 2-C
this question into the Jewish
past: in how many homes was
this same scene re-enacted 100
years ago, or 500. or 1.000? And
if you want to project into the
future, the imagination conjures
up some dizzying vistas: will Joel
Ira. one day in the year 2.000 as
he is piloting his rocketship to
the moon (he is already planning
on this i suddenly, for no partic-
ular "teason. recall ffir "TTf
Kashas?'" It is not altogether un-
likely. Some day soon, perhaps,
if I can borrow from my father's
fund of patience, and if I can find
the right words. I may be able
to communicate this sense of awe
at the continuity of Jewish his-
tory, which stretches into infin-
ity in time and space, to our
adored autocrats.
Scholars are fond of pointing
out that the institution of the
seder is a unique teaching
method. The chanting of the four
questions, the dramatic recitation
of the Exodus, the special food,
the pillows, the singing, the "yom-
tov'dike" atmosphere, the wine,
the search for the afikomen and
the rewards to the finder at the
conclusion of the sederall these
are carefully calculated to stamp
an unforgettable impression upon
the child. I wish someone would
explain this to our two lovable
tyrants. They are impressed, all
right, but with some of their own
bizarre embroideries of the Pass-
over theme. Two years ago, when
Joel was a he-man cowboy, he re-
marked. "If I was Moses, I'd
shoot Pharoah with my trusty
gun. Bang, he'd be kileded!" Last
year, when Joel was metamor-
phosed into Robin Hoed, the
threat chanced "If I wax Moses."'
". ever since Purim she has been memorting I
Kashas,' and we are bracing ourselves ior interneajjl
fare at this year's Sedorim."
he said with no improvement in
grammar or historical perception,
"I'd shoot Pharaoh straight
through the heart with my trusty
bow and arrow." But Moses
wouldn't shoot Pharaoh, we ex-
plained carefully both years. "I
would." said Joel.
Truncated, spasmodic and cha-
otic as our sedorim have been,
see feature has finally captured
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the amiable tyrants: _
of the Prophet Elijah.
goblet in the center of I
last year caught toon
they were endlessly
he a ghost'''' ashed Ma!
replied, a good spirit, i
"Why does he have
beard?" persisted Joel j
the wildly illustrated!
How do you explain a i
a beard? "Don'tbead
up Esther "I am natj
blustered Joel-Room
shoot him with my Mas
When the door i
ed, the two sat roatMt
chairs, their breathtm J
only two sets of en
visible above the table.
the first to break net
silence See. Esther, I
yelled. "It went ov
went down!" Esther
tical. "I didnt set atf]
see him?" "SureIswl
you did not." "I Joel. "He had i lot|I
Half an hour later M i
Continued an PH I
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1958
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Permanence of Passover Celebration
\tr* from Pfe S-C
older, I am iure, than
look likt Indian wo-
remarked.
Mr. Abraham replied,
lon't Jewish women in
look like Americans?"
hatched tha women work.
he kneading, young chil-
lould carry the thinned
L a brick oven when a
fuld lake each piece, place
Mil. .shgY'l"
. and the in
looking like huge, thin
k of a donkey. It tasted
it/oh. though. I thought
lies my father had told me
(his mother in Russia had
|er own inatzoh before
Ir. and suddenly I became
If the importance of Pass-
|all Jews everywhere, and
former indifference
as only skin-deeppeeled
(These women, I thought,
Irt of my own people, al-
phi> looked primitive and
And years later, when
tas established, women
t.e. helped to create and
lewish State of Israel. So
i I saw. them it only
a sleeping loyalty with-
but also a forerunner of
i Jewish history of today.
Second experience was
Pifferent, yet it also em
the vitality of Passover
frey significance in Jewish
I was at this time in
hi. India, a beautiful city
v-hich was, in certain sea-
Iraordinarily hot. I was
led by American soldiers,
them non-Jewish, and I
(inning to adjust to life
and to my chores as a
eralor. Time passed
knd I. like so many other
(lost track of days, dates
Iversam's. Thus, when 1
^wish soldier in the Brit-
and he learned I was a
he asked me if I were
|a Seder that week, I was
1 had not been aware
sover was. so to speak,
I checked the calendar
Four American students talk it over on sun deck oi SS Israel
en route from New York to Haifa. They're participating in
agricultural work-study project program sponsored by Amer-
ican Zionist Council and Jewish Agency. ". how meaning-
ful is Passover to those Jews who ... are away from home
when the holday is upon them?"
with him (he had the Jewish
"luach"). and I discovered that he
was telling me the truth. Pass-
over was around the corner.
Back home, if one made such
a discovery, it would, I am cer-
tain, be accepted with far more
calm than I had at the moment.
I was excited, and disturbed that
the holiday had, in a way, sneak-
ed up on me. And I proceeded to
investigate just .where. in New
Delhi there would be a Seder. I
checked with my own Air Corps,
but there was no chaplain there
at the time and so I could get no
help there. I wanted to try what-
ever Jewish community there
may have been in New Delhi, but
I could find none. I found myself
involved in a search for a Seder,
something that could not have
happened to me at home, where,
in the inevitable pattern of my
Jewish life, I would have attended
both Sedorim with no difficulty
either at my parents' home or in
the home of my wife's folks.
Then, as though it were an af-
terthought, I took an afternoon off
to visit the British Army base,
where I found a Jewish chaplain,
who informed me that, yes, in-
deed, he planned to have a Seder
and I and my American buddies
were welcome to attend.
This was a moment of happi
Continued en Pag* 15-C
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After Ten Years of Israel's Independei
Continued freer* Papa f-C
tirely and by 1955 over 93 per
cent of the umtaigmas came
jraoi the Near East and Africa.
brmgmg with them an entirely
tJ-wjhiH rolture. a much lower
standard of living and education,
and a staggering multitude of so-
cial and medical problems.
First of all. the immigrants
European and Oriental alike
Mat be green housing, work has
to be provided for them. In most
cases the immigrants must be
trained since an overwhelming
r.umber of them previously bad no
specific profession whatever, or
were encaged in the service in-
dustries. All this represents a
huge dram on the nation's econ-
omy as reflected by the still very
adverse foreign trade balance In
1956 imports of goods and ser-
vices totalled 428 million dollars,
while exports of goods and ser-
vices amounted to 144 million dol-
lars. The deficit, as m previous
years, was covered in part by
rtstitmt and grants given to help
Israel's hundreds of thousands of
refugee immigrants, and partly
by loans intended to finance in-
vestments in vital development
projects which are so necessary
to give the newcomers permanent
iwmJu.i mi nl
Israel in ten years increased the
total cultivated area more than
twofold from 1.650.000 dunams
i412-500 acres i to more than 3,
900.000 dunams (975.000 acres >.
and the irrigated areas of it al-
fourfold from 300.000 du-
175.000 acres) to over 1.-
dunaans < 275.000.0001
__). The scope of industrial
expansion during the ten years is
indicated by the fallowing two
sets of figures: electricity con
sumption by industry increased
from 90 million kilowatt-hours to
an estimated 365 million k h.
and the I alue of industrial ex-
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. it was a dramatic change not only in numbers bati1
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cultural center on share of Lake Kinneret. takes time oral
hearse for a musical show. Ohalo is sponsored by
ports rose from less than 10 mil-
lion dollars to an estimated 70
million dollars.
Both in agriculture and in in-
dustry Israel developed new
methods of adapting modern tech-
niques to Middle Eastern condi-
tions. Here, as well as in the
fields of culture, science and med-
icine. Israel can oiler the neigh-
boring Arab states invaluable
help in speeding ep the progress
and raising the standard of living
of their population. What this
could mean in practice, can be
seen in part in the progress of Is-
rael's own Arab minority.
While in the Arab stateswith
the exception of Lebanon the
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+JeisHUridian
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ie Permanence of Passover Celebration
Continued from Page 13-C
j for me, but then I found my-
I jn another odd position: I but-
fcolcd as many Jewish soldiers
[l could And, informed them
Pesach was coming and that
ad a S*der for them to go to.
rly all of them, were as de-
ted as 1 about the turn of
Bts, although none of them
been aware of the holiday's
roach. Nevertheless, they
were overjoyed that they had
somewhere to go for the Seder.
We all received special permis-
sion to take off the evening of the
"first selves marking the holiday with
soldiers from the entire British
Empire, sailors from the British
fleet and Americans from New
Delhi and some"of the outlying
areas.
iuur TMt rouNGsms- show
lur Tyrants at the Seder
lake Own Their Customs
Continued from Page 12-C
no. "Did he really come?"
ho?" You know that
h," he said with a sly grin.
jah'.' Of course he came. You
hun .yourself." "Oh, said
with infallible logic, "then
jiess he was here."
sther has been attending a
Jgogue nursery school since
fall, and, as was to be ex-
led, she has been a positively
liant student. For example,
[Chanuka, she was singled out
I Shamus Candle and (accord-
;o her grandmother) she out-
he Bernhardt. She practiced
spring for her role as Queen
per at the Purim party, and
|11 her classmates (there were
eight Queen Esthers this
i my niece delivered her
with what was generally
Reeled the most genuine feel-
At least, so her grandfather
prted.
bring this iup because ever
Purim she has been mem
lag the "Fir Kashas," and we
bracing ourselves for inter-
ne warfare at this year's se-
ll. Will.the senior tryant tol-
this challenge? Will he suf-
^his usurpation of his powers
affront to his dignity? In
t, will blood flow?
jifore-tall a possible civil war,
ok these questions to a v'ener-
"tabbi. "How many tyr .
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grandchildren are there?" he ask-
ed. "Two." "And how many se-
dorim are there?" "Two." A great
light dawned. "You see," said the
rabbi, nodding his head. "You
see the wisdom of the sages!"
Addendum: Yesterday I was
comparing notes with a friend of
mine, who is also an aunt. "You
call yours tyrants!" she scoffed.
"Listen, last year, our Bobby de-
cided to hunt for the afikomen the
moment it was hidden. Would
you believe it, he crawled up and
down, up and down, up and down,
under the table all night. We
thought we would go out of our
minds. Let me tell youyours
are angels!" Moved by her testi-
mony I now retract: at Sedorim,
our two are a pair of cherubim.
And if you don't believe meask
their grandmother.
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It was not a brilliantly-execu-
ted Seder, nor was the Haggadah
read with too much fluency. But
there was a great heartiness
about the evening and the m^uoh
seemed especially tasty that eve-
ning. And, what is most signifi-
cant, is that I continue to remem.
ber the Seder with great vivid-
ness and from time to time 1
meet a Jewish soldier who served
with me in India who recalls the
New Delhi Passoyer with the
same onthuskasm that I do.
There were, of course, other
Tassovers and Sedorim that I
searched out overseas and in the
United States. 1 sought for them
because I needed them and my
need existed because the Seder
and the holiday it celebrates have
meaning to me as a member of
an entire people This is why our
writers stress the Seder, why
there are community Sedorim
and why Passover is a particular-
ly happy time for the closely-knit
(and even less closely-knit) fam-
ilies.
We all seek to be embraced by
those who love us. We seek to
belong and not to feel alone and
alien. Pesach, more than most
times on the Jewish calendar,
permits us to enjoy our roots, to
realize that belonging is good and
that there is satisfaction and ful-
fillment in observing Pesach. I
felt it overseas, among strangers
and among fellow Jews. It is felt
always at all times, and if one
takes it for granted when one is
in one's own environment and
among friends and family, it is
nonetheless valuable and mean-
ingful. There is a solidity and
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The Poor Agreed With the Rabbi
By A. LETZ
The saintly Rabbi Salant al-
ways personally supervised the
baking' of his matzobs to make
sure they were in accord with the
Jewish regulations. One year,
when he was sick, friends stepped
into perform the chore. They in-
npjr<>H i# fhuro > n--o jnv neejl
instructions from him to insure
the matzohs being kosher.
'Yes.-' he replied, "see to it
that the woman who does the bak-
in* not iit/1f>*i"
When the Kolzker rebbe came
home on Shabat Hagodol. the Sab-
bath before Passover, his wife
asked him what had been the
theme of his sermon.
"I spoke," he said, "on the ob-
ligation of the rich to provide for
* brought conTietJ^
"Fiftyfifty,- h, ^a
Poor agreed w,,h me^
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talttliemcwyl^M
nuke Me. comesTlH
Were is not a niw. v
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A FOREWORD BY
JOSEPH JACOBS
Dayenu is perhaps the deepest gratitude ma.
ever uttered in expressing hi* indebtedr** u!
G-d'a* help in overcoming adversity. I ,m ,""
you agree that recitation of this inspiring pa^*
from our Haggadah, at the Seder or at any timV
is a heart lifting experience in coping with ths
problems and adversities of our every day |jv-
For this prentntion, we are grateful to jl.
Coffees of Maxwell House which have sponsored
so many fine Jewish Community Services and to
the orthodox rabbis who supervised this work.
Had He not brought us out of Egypt.. ,t
The Seder Recital
of Dayenu
FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS
Had He not smote their firstborn...
How many are the favors conferred upon us
by the Omnipresent?
Had He brought us out of Egypt, but not
inflicted judgment on the Egyptians... it
would have sufficed us!
Had He inflicted judgment on them, but not
on their idols... it would have sufficed us!
Had He inflicted judgment on their idols, but
not slain their first born... it would have suf-
ficed us!
Had He slain their first born, but not given
us their wealth ... it would have sufficed us!
Had He given us their wealth, but not divided
the sea for us... it would have sufficed us!
Had He divided the sea, but not brought us
on to dry land... it would have sufficed us!
Had He brought us on to dry land, but not
drowned our oppressors... it would have suf-
ficed us!
Had He provided our needs for forty years,
but not fed us with manna... it would have
sufficed us!
Had He fed us manna, but not given us the
Sabbath ... it would have sufficed us!
Had He given us the Sabbath,but not brought
us to Mt. Sinai... it would have sufficed us!
Had He brought us to Mt. Sinai, but not
given us the Torah...it would have sufficed us!
Had He led us into the Land of Israel, but
not built for us the Temple... it would have
sufficed us!
Had He not drowned them in the Red Sea...
Had He not provided our needs for forty years....
Had He not given us the Torah...
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Jacob Bloom sat in his usual seat
in the synagogue, letting the
cares of his every-day world slip
away and the spirit of the Yom
Tov fill his heart and mind. Be-
side him sat his two sons, Stan-
ley, who was married and the
father of his only grandchild, and
Bertram, 16, together with old
Uncle Shmuel. Uncle Shmuel was
not really an uncle at all, but a
distant relative whom Jacob had
brought over from Europe in the
days of the oppression and had
since made his home with the
Blooms.
In the momentary pause after
the standing prayer, Jacob look-
ed around the syna,*>gue, and
noticed two soldiers standing
alone in the rear pews. Probably
from Fort Lincoln, he reflected.
Fort Lincoln was not too close to
Jacobs home city of RockviUe,
and not too many soldiers found
their way to its synagogue. I
wonder, thought Jacob, if they
are invited to a Seder. The
chances are that they are not,
since they are alone. He could
ask them. Miriam had plenty, it
would be no trouble. But he had
been looking forward to a family
Seder, without outsiders. For Ja-
cob, who was a hospitable man,
the conviviality of the Seder was
somehow nonetheless lessened
with the inclusion of strangers.
It was, in a word, comfortable to
have the family and the family
alone.
He would ask them, he thought,
if no one else did so first. After
all, they were at the rear of the
Shul, he was near the front. Sure-
ly they would have plenty of in
\ nations. Even the rabbi had no
guests this year for the Seder,
perhaps the rabbi would ask
them.
Jacob thought for a moment of
the words of the Haggadah
"Let anyone who is hungry, come
in and eat; let anyone who is
needy, come in and make Pass-
over." When Stanley had been
in the service, he had always
been well taken care of. Of
course, Jacob had done his best
to see that Stanley had some
place to go for the Seder. Not
just a community Seder, but a
special Seder. He had written
well in advance of Passover to
the rabbi of the town nearest
which Stanley happened to be
stationed that particular year
and asked that the rabbi arrange
hospitality at a home where his
son would participate in and
enjoy the traditional service he
was used to at home. And it had
always worked out. except for
the year Stanley was overseas.
Certainly now it was Jacob's
turn to reciprocate. He hurried
to the back of the Shul as the
services were completed, intro-
duced himself to the soldiers, and
extended the invitation. It was
gratefully accepted by the boys,
whose names. Jacob found, were
Hy and Ralph.
The little procession soon ar-
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Man Behind the Seventh Dead Sea Si
By LUCIAN MEYSELS
Whei Dr. Yigael Yadin. the He-
brew University's brilliant gener-
al-turned-scholar purchased for
Israel the last four of the seven
original Dead Sea Scrolls from
the Syrian Metropolitan of Jeru-
salem, he knew he was taking a
calculated risk. Of the four scrolls
three had already been opened
and their contents scrutinized,
and no further surprises were to
be expected Atom thorni M\
scroll, however, was in so bad a
state of deterioration that the
leading experts of Europe and
America shied away from the re-
sponsibility of unrolling it lest
the whole scroll disintegrate. The
Metropolitan carried the scroll
with him on his tour of Europe
and the U.S. trying to find a pur-
chaser which certainly did
nothing to improve its condition.
Only the outermost leaf, or
rather columnsince it is mis-
leading to speak of pages in con-
nection with a scrollwas remov-
ed and found to contain parts of
the story of Lamech, the father of
Noah, and hence the experts
jumped to the mistaken conclus-
ion that the scroll contained the
apocryphal Book of Lamech, a
work lost to posterity and known
only frrom references in other
apocryphal books, toe now ku.w
that the seventh scroll contains
an important apocryphon on the
Book of Genesis, but this is jump-
ing far ahead of the story of the
day Dr. Yadin bought the scrolls
from the Metropolitan.
Perhaps it was his military
background which taught Dr.
Yadin to take a calculated gamble
on the "Seventh Scroll." Like a
general intimately knowing the
individual qualities of the offi-
cers of his staff. Yadin knew that
if anyone could unroll the scroll,
he had the man to do it Prof.



L-
Prof. lames Biberkraut. noted scientist on stall of Hebrew I
versity. at work on seventh Dead Sea Scroll in his
in Jerusalem.
James Biberkraut. a noted artist
in bis own right and well-known
restorer of paintings, who made
his home in Jerusalem after the
Nazis came to power in his native
Germany.
When Dr. Yadin's father, the
late Prof. Eliezer Sukenik. head
of the Hebrew University's De-
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to have them unrolled.
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trust them to the technical i
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Prof. Biberkraut. a wiaai|
tie man with a friendly snjkl
a mop of white hair, usultfRJ
den under a Parisian style I
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paintings from Durer to
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ish Spiritual Revival-Real, Pretended
L JACSB GtATEIM
F3PiSSh?TnomM ago it ap-
I a virtual certainty that we
America were experien-
"3 religious renaissance.
jfn minitlers and rabbis
[discerned the revival and
igted it widely. In addition
Las the coming on the scene
By Graham, who virtually
L| tens of thousands of
Uomen and children into
jjee and contrition for sins
fitted m the "most sinful"
, the world, as ne lafcfled
fork But today relfrloiW
Jr'VhV suifflry stSWficlarw
[that the religious fever has
| or that it was a mirage at
try inception. Billy Gra-
. "clients." too, returned to
little and big sins after the
[spectacle of theatrical pen-
_, one does note a spiritual
famong the youth, if not an
}t religioui revival. This1
|al fever has not yet been
/diagnosed. We do not know
jer it is a sympton of illness
Convalescence. But the rest-
fss is there, finding expres-
_ the works of the younger
s, if one assumes that wri-
rt the spokesmen of their
bHon.
longing of the youth ia
nebulous, one which can
be defined, yet it is the
Dd the music of our gener-
[rould have been incredible
I youth did not display sym-
i of restlessness in our diffi-
and insecure generation
|the future of all of us rests
hands of a few leaders
thorn the world, including
feer countries where there is
|ed consultation with the
who follow the strayers
11 themselves leaders while
| same time praying that the
|rs do not lose sense and
' path.
even in calmer times it
|still he said that longing is
Deasure of a generation's
ksness and discontent. There
pvays the smug individuals,
bnerations. even the calmest
Itory. are never entirely sat-
| with themselves. Each gen-
feels that it did not ac-
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Dr. Rudolf R. Oestreicher, Israeli physician on staff of National
Jewish Hospital at Denver, tells child patients story of Pass-
over. "Tragic are the youths who receive no Jewish education
whatsoever, not even the so-called worldly one. They are com-
pletely lost. They are in a sense escapees from nothing ."
oration is rejecting heritage and
seeking its own path.
The dissatisfaction of an era is
the direct upshoot of the ferment-
ing discontent among the people.
It is seized upon by the intelli-
gentsia who transmit it to the
most sensitive spokesmen, the
artists, for artistic expression. No
generation wishes to see even its
vague yearnings and strivings go
unexpressed. It wants to record
everything. Every generation has
a yen for the survival of its own
spiritual remnants.
This longing and discontent of-
ten leads to upheavals, to revela-
tions, as the oppressed masses
push the intelligentsia into action,
organization and path showing.
When one comes to discuss the
specific longings of the Jewish
intelligentsia one is somewhat
lost. Jewish spiritual leadership
is so compressed and frozen into
one piece that it is virtually im-
possible to gauge the age of our
generation. What is discernible
in the pattern is that the grand-
parents follow their distinct path,
and parents their own way, while
the youth promenades separately,
not making itself overly audible.
We, the older folks, quarrel
among ourselves and make up,
but this is of little concern to the
youth. Our youth is in a state of
inarticulate resentment against
the world of parents and grand-
parents. This is an area which
the psychoanalyst is fond of pene-
trating, and very often he does
invade it.
But as regards specific relig-
ious craving, little of it is seen in
the Jewish world. The truly re-
ligious Jews have never been God-
seekers. They have always be-
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A festive table was set on the
sound stage of Warner Bros, stu-
dios in Burhank. Calif., with
everything at its proper place for
the Seder Ha^adah: ceremonial
piste: three wrapped matzohs
bread of poverty that our anoes-
Ita in the land of Egypt;
bitter herbs of affliction to re-
mind us of our bondage; and the
golden goblet of wine symbol
of our freedom from opprcs-ion.
It is Passover. A chapter from
HerflUta Wouk's novel. "Marjorie
ng*!ar." is being recreated
lor the screen. Every detail of
holiday ritual is authentic.
I'.ahbi Va\ VonpaJi of the
University of Judaism in Los An-
geles supervising the ceremony.
Brentl Sloane. who portrays
father Arnold Morgenstern. rais-
es the cup to chant the Kiddush.
He now dips greens in salt water
for the blessing; breaks the mid-
dle matzoh and hides half of it
for afikoman. The four questions
an bong asKed by Efraim Wolff,
seven-year-old son of Kurt Wolff
of Warner's music department.
The youngster not only is a born
actor but also speaks Hebrew.
One chair remains empty
throughout the festivities, be-
causewe are remindeduncle
Samson-Aaron (in the picture
portrayed by Ed Wynn) had died
since last Passover.
Herman Wouk. an Orthodox
Jew. actually wrote the Seder se-
quence as a biting satire on the
way of America's all-too-assimi-
lated Jewry. His novel told us of
Noel Airman's father, the hon-
orable Judge Ehrmann, descend-
ant of German Jews from the
1848 immigration, who knew no
Hebrew and nothing of Jewish
traditions. The author of the nov-
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cules the ultra-progressive cousins
Morris and Mildred Sapersteen
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state of their ill-adjusted off-
soring Neville by what they call
the "mumbo jumbo" of Judaism.
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the nasty slant ol Herman Wouk's
narrative has been eliminated
from the movie's Passover se-
quence. Screen writer Everett
Freeman, no doubt guided by
producer Milton Sperlings him-
self an observing Jew. presents
the festive occasion with charm
and dignity. The physical size of
the Morgenstern family gathered
around the Passover dinner table,
has been cut down from a score
to a mere dozen. The atmosphere
is solemn, sweetened by nostal-
gia, and genuinely true to the
holiday spirit and to the folk
ways' of Judaism.
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photography, told this
that he was highly pie,
the taste displayed by
director and staff,
Nineteen-year-old Ntlii
and Gene Kelly, the _._
picture, showed extrenei
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ceremony. They wanted,
more about ihe historic*! i
for the ritual The mi
of "Ho Lachmo Anye,"
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by Cantor Max HelfraaJ
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mdezvous With Artist Marc Chagall
By ALFRED WERNER
[(he 19th day of February,
Lrhi-Iamous artist, Marc
All, arrived in New York, to-
[f 'with his charming wife,
hSinc. nee Brodsky. This
his second visit; he had found
L in the United States from
hzi (error, and had returned
Is beloved France in 1947,
|ut his first wife, Bella, com-
ofhis years of struggle,
GTdicd aflrflf? their New
exile. This time, he had
I for a brief stay onlythe
fsiiy of Chicago had inviied
i give one In a series of lec-
devotcd to all significant
Its of man and his world.
I invitation had been tender-
Prof. John U. Nett, chair-
fof the university's Commit-
Social Thought, who clear-
bderstood that the master
speak in French, to an
knee that would sit spell-
even if it could barely
the meaning of the talk.
|topic? Art, of courseCha-
( own art, and, in particular,
| in his own inimitable appli-
ed met Chagall before. First
I war-time home on Riverside
|shortly after the death of
He had just completed
bcr canvas in the series that
k Bella and himself flying
|gh the air, and it was dedi-
"A ma femme." Then, sev-
| year.- later, at Orgeval, a
town just outside Paris
he kept on painting with an
Bsiasm and vigor joyfully be-
the artist's true age.
igall is now over 70, but his
gy is unimpaired. "Marc will
ack shortly,'' Mme. Chagall
ne in fluent English when I
: to their hotel. His first act
I checking in was to visit the
ilitan Museum. When be
d. /saw that there were
wrinkles in the artist's face.
here is still the halo of white
the genuinely warm smile.
[there are the sharp, untired,
Kindly eyes. He reminisced
his start in Paris, before
first World War and the pov-
1 in which he was living, not
Ippily. at a ramshackle build-
Tcnown as "La Ruche" (the
live).
pre he, Soutine, Kisling, and
young, idealistic immi-
s rented little rooms that
for studio and home alike.
house is still standing, but
today's young artists, he noted
with a grin, can afford to rent two,
even three rooms. Fifty years
ago, this would have been consid-
ered absolute luxury. In the be-
ginning, he was pleased if he
could get as much as 20 francs
for a painting, and H was already
great progress when ha got 125
francs HIT the enormous canvas,
"1 and the Village" (now in New
York's Museum of Modern Art),
enabling hha.lo live, n dugsMav
for two or three weeks.
Though he was looking forward
to his brief stay in this country
"No business here," he intersper-
sed into his partly French, partly
Yiddish narrative his thoughts
took him back to France, and to
the work waiting for him there.
For several years, the Chagalis
have been living in the small town
of Venice, in the south of France.
But on their return they will ling-
er in Paris where a major task is
to be completed: the costumes
and stage sets for "Daphnis et
Chloe," commissioned by the
Paris Opera, which will commem-
orate the 20th anniversary of
Maurice Ravel's death with a per-
formance of this work. I asked
Chagall whether he was still
planning to do a number of mur-
als for the Knesseth in Jerusalem,
referring to a rumor that this had
been contemplated. Chagall said
that he would gladly volunteer to
cover with images and symbols
from the Bible the walls of the
parliament building or any other
large public edifice in Israel.
As much as any artist is ever
completely satisfied with his
work, Chagall seems to be pleas-
ed with his own group of etchings
that, in excellent reproductions,
have been published here last
year by Harcourt, Brace and
Company under the title, "Illus-
trations for the Bible." In our
conversation, be repeatedly refer-
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them is entirely justified. It was
almost 30 years ago that Am-
broise Vollard, a dealer of great
astuteness and imagination, com-
missioned Chagall to do these il-
lustrations. The artist mads a
first version, then abandoned it
and went to the Middle East to
study the actual landscape and
people of the Holy Scripture.
On this occasion, invited by
T)ftehgbff, mayor of Tel Aviv, he
was present at the opening of that
city's museum. Back in Paris he
began a new set, and had finished
105 plates by the time of Mon-
sieur Vollard's death in 1939.
Thereupon the edition had to wait
for another publisher as ambi-
tious and grandiose as the late
Vollard. and he was found, after
many years of anxiety and con-
cern, in the person of the Greek-
born N. Teriade.
Chagall asked whether I had
seen the original plates, and I had
a set was presented to the Mu-
seum of Modern Art by Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard J. Reis oi New York
City. But it is enough to leaf
through the printed volume to ap-
preciate the poetry in these subtle
works inspired by the greatest of
all books. One is struck by the
lyricism in the delightful treat-
ment of animals; by the super-
abundance of fantasy, especially
in the pictorializations of prophe-
sies; and by the naive blending of
small-town Yiddish culture with
the monumentality of archaic and
almost barbaric figures. Had
muscular angels been wont to fly
over Vitebsk, and even to meddle
in the affairs of men, many of
the scenes might have occurred in
the streets and synagogues of
Chagall's childhood ghetto.
He made me think of my own
youth. In my own native city,
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The historic proclamation of
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Israel on May 14. 1948. was a
world-shaking event that stirred
the heart and mind of every con-
scious Jew throughout the world.
The preceding months of frantic
and feverish preparation for the
inauguration of the Third Jewish
Commonwealth were troublesome
days for the Jews in Palestine.
Jerusalem, the Holy City, was be-
sieged on ail sides and its popula-
tion sat practically cut off from
the rest of the world. In these
hectic times. Louis Kraft, secre-
tary of the World Federation of
YMHAs and Jewish Community
Centers, was in Jerusalem explor-
ing the need for a YMHA.
He had come at the urging of
leading Jewish citizens of the
community who were cognizant of
the vital role that a Y could play
in what was to be the capital of
Israel Despite extreme personal
hardships and the difficulties of
communication, black-outs and
numerous other handicaps, be
succeeded in surveying the recre-
ational, cultural and social needs
of the Jewish youth of Jerusalem,
in meeting prominent officials
and in organizing a local sponsor-
ing committee which included
such figures as the late Dr. Jadah
Magnet. Prof. S. Asaf. Judge Gad
Frumkin. Sir Leon Simon. Prof.
A H. Frankel. Prof. I. Rivlin and
Gershon Agron.
Simultaneously, meetings were
held in New York to review the
reports from Jerusalem which
recommended the founding of the
Y. "an institution and a program,
free of political party or other
group control and open to partic-
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salem, for the fullest development
of their cultural, recreational and
social interests."
In 1948. the Jewish population
of Jerusalem was estimated to be
102.000. a mixture of East Euro-
pean and Oriental Jews. Educa-
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were extremely limited and con-
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which included the
cials of its American all
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and decided to go ahead i
organization of the Y.
Subsequently, a former I
Hulel st. near the heart saiem, was rented and I
to house the first Ylltl
Israel. It bad been
it would be advisable to i
a modest building, badati
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Iturbi Performs for Pioneers
j,;,! i raol's part on the Red
ffias j"st enjoyed its first for-
f concert by an internationally
fcous artist, the America-Israel
111 Foundation announced
Jtly. The visiting musician
1 Jose Iturbi, pianist and con-
tor, who spent six weeks in 1s-
I as gi|pst conductor of the
let Philharmonic Orchestra,
urbi conducted four oTchestral
Lefts in the new Fredric R.
CnAuditorium in TeJ Aviv, fe-
Itly constructed through the
[of the Foundation, and gave
IterW'm JeVuiletn*nd HaHa,
bre he flew with his dog "Ka-
jka," a gift from the President
[south Korea, to Eilat. The
|no on which he was to play
Jit by truck through the Negev
the newly-opened Becrsheba to
|;it road. A piano tuner trav-
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nt to drastic climatic changes.
Eilat, at Israel's southernmost
is at the site of King Solo-
fa once busy port of Etzion
or, from which the king sent
i fleet to all the harbors of the
fcient world. It is near the
er mines from which he pro-
the metal for his palaces,
nor and implements. The bor-
; of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and
rdan converge at this barren,
L-baked spot. Until recently,
fat was accessible only by air-
tie or winding, dangerous road
ough the mountains of the
gev. Sea passage was blocked
[Egyptian guns dominating the
Jails of Tiran. A handful of
dy pioneers settled there nine
\oral to Resist
wmetz Desires
labbi Bunam asked why it was
ii the Jewish law provided that
tile we are forbidden to par-
re of leavened grain on Pass-
er, only such grains as are cap-
He of fermentation are permit-
It would have been simpler
Iforbid the use of all grains sub-
ft to fermentation.
he reason, he explained, is to
kpart the lesson that it is not the
rson who withdraws from so-
Ety and temptation in order to
: righteous who is the ideal one,
pt rather they who live around
chometz of sin and resist its
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Hall, gift of the A.F.L.C.I.O., for
two.Iturbi recitals. The pianist
played two full programs in a
single evening, one concert begin-
ning at 7 p.m. the other at 9.
Iturbi played Chopin, Gersh-
win, De Falla, and Scarlatti, an-
nouncing his numbers from the
stage, and after each perform-
ance was surrounded by members
of the audience, demanding auto-
graphs.
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A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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AND ENTIRE MANAGEMENT
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
T. V. Scott Land Clearing Co.
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WRECKING CRANE SERVICE
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To All Season's Greetings ..
FOR RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT CALL
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AGENT FOR HOBART MFG. CO.
HOBART FOOD MACHINES DAYTON SCALES
Sale* and Service Factory Trained Mechanics
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Israels Decade of Achievement Wim
By GIDEON WEIGERT
Jerusalem
Looking back on the ten years
which have passed since the es-
tablishment of Israel there can be
little argument that great pro-
gress has been made in the status
of the country's 200,000 Arab cit-
izens. Visitors during Israel's
tenth anniversary year celebra-
tions, starting Apr. 22, 1958, will
be able to see this progress for
themselves by visiting any of the
colorful Arab communities.
The first year was sftll flfle of
warfare; over 700,000 Palestine
Arabs had just fled the country.
The second and third years were
periods devoted to the study of
the special requirements of this
sector of the population, which
consisted of 130,000 Moslems, 40,-
000 Chrisians and some 18,000
Druze the three communities
forming the overwhelming major-
ity of Israel's minorities. Positive
steps began as early as 1949 wilh
the opening of 100 Arab schools,
staffed with 700 Arab teachers
and providing a thorough educa-
tion for over 27,000 pupils. There
were the first Knesset elections
at which Arab womenthe first
in the Middle East to do sopar-
ticipated freely and helped to
elect eight Arab Knesset mem-
bers on various party tickets.
By 1953 the road was finally
prepared for the first large-scale
implementation of development in
the field of agriculture, labor,
education, local government and
religious affairs. Villages in the
"Little Triangle" near the Jor-
dan border, which for centuries
had sent their womenfolk to wells
miles away to fetch water in
earthen jugs on their heads, sud-
denly found themselves in the
twentieth century: they could
open taps in their own village
houses and get all the water they
needed. In the Negev, the seven
tribes of Israel Bedouin within a
year or two exchanged their tra-
ditional and ancient Arab "mus-
mar" (nail) ploughs, which barely
scratched the surface of the soil,
for modern tractors and combine
machines to cultivate the 350,000
dunams (some 90,000 acres) of
crops. From one single Arab stu-
dent in the Hebrew University in
1949 the number increased to
over 70 this year. They include
Druze, Moslems and Christians,
from town and villages, including
a Moslem village girl, who is still
quite a unique feature.
Nazareth, biggest Arab urban
C*ffrNC$ 70 AIL
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Kenny's Restaurant
Mr M tmti
Opm 24 Nmti
TUm PR 4-44M
200 N.I. 2*4 AVENUE
MIAMI, FLOtlPA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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SERVICE
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Carburetor Specialist
Automotive & Marine
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Day PL 9-5122 Nite MU 1-1995
PASSOVER GREETINGS
GRATIGNY
SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
Tires Accessories Batteries
GOOD LUBRICATION
1601 N.W. 119th Street
Phone MU 8-9252
Joseph Usefof, Prop.
HOW MUCH MORElS
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This was prevailing tone of feeling on eve of establish
Jewish State ten years ago. "The first year was still i
warfare; over 700,000 Palestine Arabs had just fled the i
center with a population of 22,000,
had its century-old water short-
age solved within two years by
the opening of the town's own
supply; electricity was introduced
to many Arab Uwns and villages;
radio sets, refrigerators, gas
stoves and modern cars, all these
made their triumphant entrance
into Arab society in Israel within
the brief period of 1953-56.
But above all a quite revolution
has been in progress among Is-
rael's Arab women and in the
fields of education and agricul-
ture. Those familiar with the tra-
ditional Arab social system real-
ize that it borders on the miracu-
lous when dozens of Moslem i
and young women (only 11
ago hidden behind closed
and thick black veils i now i
out freely to attend vociti
training classes and go out
work in nearby factories, ft
the case of the dozens of y
Druze girls in the Galilee coi
from a particularly back
community, which for
tions had confined v.- mien i
four walls of their houses. Til
these girls having succe*
stood up against village
against the opposition of their
ers, sheikhs and old-fas
To the Jewish Community in South Florida
We Extend Sincere Greetings
and
Best Wishes
far
A Happy Passover
Uf
THE
MIAMI BEACH
KENNEL CLUB
,M'M 'AMOVtt TO Alt OVt fttlMOi AND WOKS ...
Atlantic Television & Appliance Co.
_ 1644 S.W. 8th Street Miami
Phone PR 34449 Mr. & Mrs. Max Storoetei & Fmilr j
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Wer Often Unfriendly Arab People
!IdQ THE ARABS NEED fil

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fr Wi,h Israel entering the second decade of its existence,
Riere is every reason to believe that many, if not all these
hortcomings will be overcome."
[family membersnow meet twice
la week and walk several kilo
Imetres by themselves to Kfar
|Ya*sif village to attend a wo-
[nun's club lecture on hygiene or
|himo economics or to learn ele-
nentary Hebrew.
Another example of dynamic
development within the Arab sec-
Itor of Israel is to be found in the
[educational system. When the
[British Mandate' was terminated
lin 1948. the bulk of Palestine
LArah headmasters and teachers
Bled the country. Within a matter
lot a few years, intensive training
bourses for teachers and kinder-
garten teachers almost complete-
ly filled the gap. Not only has
compulsory kindergarten (5 and 6
years of age) education become
a rule but even co-education
(which when first introduced in
1950 wag violently opposed) has
now become the accepted system
in all Arab elementary schools.
The standard of teaching has
gradually risen, and a great num-
ber of text books, especially writ-
ten for the requirements of Israel
Arab students, have been publish-
ed.
In agriculture, modern methods
of cultivation have been adopted,
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LILYAN CORTEZ
WALLPAPER DISTRIBUTORS
3800 N. Miami Avenue Phone PL 8-0922
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. Nrtoct far Ufa***, toe, -* far ~r rB toe to* wtow*
* ntto fNntittn. "WAU-TIX totri far iMtU*
have been expanded from 6,000
be it in the tobacco fields, which
dunams (1,500 acres) to 60,000
dunams (15,000 acres) or in in-
tensive irrigation, which has in-
creased almost tenfold from 3,000
dunams (750 acres) in 1949, to
over 25,000 dunams (6,250 acres)
this year. The Arabs themselves
now feel that progress in irriga-
tion has been too slow and that it
may take decades until all the
Arab villages in Israel will have
their fields irrigated.
The wages of skilled Arab work-
ers have been raised considerably
and made equal to those of the
Jewish workers. Unskilled day-
laborers, however, who form the
bulk of the Arab labor force in
the country, still in practice ob-
tain lower wages than Jewish
workers in the same category.
More remains to be done to
give the Israel Arab the feeling
that his equality is not only writ-
ten in the Israel Declaration of
Independence, but also exists in
practice. There is a real need for
a thorough streamlining of admin-
istrative procedures. There are
still cases of some local officials
and army officers exceeding their
authority.
Little has yet been done to liq-
uidate the sore problem of land
ownership and payment of com-
pensation for land. Though much
has been done in the field of ag-
riculture, the actual sums spent
on rural development and water
supply in the Arab sector are
small compared to the funds
spent in Jewish farm areas.
With Israel entering the second
decade of its existence there is
every reason to believe that
many, if not all these shortcom-
ings will be overcome. The very
fact thatin addition to the thous-
ands of Druze who served with
the Israel Armed Forces as early
as 1948the first groups of Mos-
lems and Christians arc now vol-
unteering for the army, indicates
that some Arab circles at least
are beginning to understand that
equal rights also mean equal re-
sponsibilities. The more the Is-
rael Arab pays his full share of
income tax, volunteers for the
welfare of the State and shows a
keen interest in the development
of the country, the sooner will he
become a vital factor in raising
his own standard of living. There
are already signs indicating that
the "ice is melting." When this
stage has been reached, then the
road towards equal status for the
Arabs will be wide open.
A Happy Passover to the
Jewish Community
CHRIS DUNDEE
foxing Wrtstlimm Prtmottr
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
3-D
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BEST WISHES
for a
A HAPPY PASSOVER
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
PONCE DE LEON PAINT & WALLPAPER SUPPLIES
2714 Ponce de Icon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone HI 4-6083
GREETINGS TO ALL
YUaro Painting Company
your Satisfaction Our Pleasure
1170 S.W. 6th STREET PHONE FR 1-6158
To All ... Season's Greetings
JOE ZAMBOLI Phone IE 1-9893
'ormerly Park Sheraton Hotel New York City
20th STREET BARBER SHOP
MANICURING BOOTBLACK
211 20th Street Miami Beach, Fla.
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
To All Our Tenants and Friends
CONGRESS BLDG.
Si
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
WERNER K\ll\ PHOTOGRAPHER
2S11 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
JE 14373
HAPPY PASSOVER
DAVIS TOURS
242 BISCATNE BOULEVARD
Pk.it FR 6531
ON MIAMI BEACM IT'S
LILLIAN DURRANI'S
FLOWER SHOP
FLORAL FASMHMUST
'towers By Dirtcf Wirt
RIAL JE 1-7221
23 41tf STREET
MIAMI BUCK
Best Wishes tor a Happy Passover ...
MIAMI FISH & LOBSTER CO.
5711 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone PL 4-3667
Miami
Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions Supplied
Season's Greetings
TO ALL
DANTE B. FASCELL
YOUR CONGRESSMAN


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+Jeisti fieri tian
Friday, April 4, 1958
"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
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Telephant JE 8-4134 JE S 2737
Ttkeh.at FR 3-4743
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
J. Bdldi COIFFURE DESIGNER
e Miracle Mile, Coral Cables. Ph. HI 6-2565
e 83 heneVee1, little River. Ph. PI 4-9525
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e forty-one, Miami leach. Ph. it 8-6531
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
MR. and MRS. MARK S10TKIN of the
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
757 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE JE 1-6871
Dade County Xowftolealers Supply Co,
ED. PETRY. Gen. Mgr.
2500 N.W. 39th Street Phone NE 3-8456
READ A MAGAZINE TONIGHT
TO ALL GREETINGS
, THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
GENERAL INSURANCE
II. II. WOODSMALL, .IR.
682 N.E. 124th St. North Miami Phone PL 4-0615
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover ...
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 West Avenue
Miami Beach. Fla.
PHONE IE 1-0491
GREETINGS
MILONE
PLASTERING COMPANY
7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue
PI 47041
TO ALL GREETINGS FROM JULIUS SAPERO
LAWRENCE LUMBER CO.
F. H. A. FDIANCWG
9300 N.W. 36th Avenue Phone MU 84571
The Jewish State and its Jerusalem Y
Continued from Page 6-D
Center youth, not as a philan-
thropy, but as an expression of
fellowship and of the kinship that
flows from engaging in activi-
ties of common interest. The
method of helping the Jerusalem
Y. therefore, involves a year
round program of- activities by
Center groups, with Israel and
Jerusalem as a focus. This con-
stitutes a natural approach to
the goal of maintaining effective
interchange between the Jewish
.Community' Centers, in America
and the youth in Israel, which is
being further developed as a part
of the Jewish Community Center
World Fellowship, a project of the
National Jewish Wellare Board.
Centers have conducted Jewish
festival celebrations and pro-
grams centering around signifi-
cant dates in Israeli history (In-
dependence Day. Balfour Declar-
ation Anniversary. Herzl Day)
with the proceeds being contribu-
ted to the Jerusalem Y. Well over
100 Centers participated last year
and thus helped the Jerusalem Y
to carry out a successful pro-
gram.
On a recent visit to Israel, I
was struck by the similarity of
the Y program in Jerusalem to
that of the average small Jewish
Community Center in the United
States. Both offer the same range
of activities, including lectures,
concerts, movies, activity groups,
social activities, lounge room pro-
grams, formal classes in cultural
subjects and a day camp.
Jerusalem Y members, num-
bering about 500, pay nominal
dues. An additional several hun-
dred who are not members at-
tend cultural events and use the
library', lounge rooms and cafe-
teria. The building is used in-
tensively by members, who come
day after day.
One of the interesting develop-
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Floaler Street
Pheee FR 9 2291
A HAPPT PASSOVER TO All OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BARKIN ENVELOPE
MFG. CO.
2740 S.W. 28th LANE
MIAMI
Phone HI 3-7598
Harry Barkin
Traditional Jewish values are a major factor in activities of
Jewish Community Centers across country. During Passover,
it is appropriate to watch some of Ihese ralues being put into
action at Centers affiliated with National Jewish Welfare
Board. People of all ages find inspiration and understanding
in nrograms which keep alive cultural values ol Jews world
over.
men's has been the stimulation
which the Y has riven to groups
in other ci'ies. the result being
the establishment of similar or-
ganizations in Ramat Gan, Tel
Aviv and other places.
The Y is increasingly success-
ful in reaching individuals of di-
verse backgrounds and thus pro-
moting inter-cultural relations. It
stands for non partisanship and a
non-political approach and has an
or>en door" policy of member-
ship affiliation The board of di-
rectors, headed by Samuel Behar,
is representative of all elements
in the population, insofar as they
could provide representation.
The staff consists of a full-time
CHARM For Your WINDOWS'
ALL TYPES OF CORNICES
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"On the Trail"
3473 S. W. 8th STREET
Phone HI 6-6872
TOPS IN CORNICES
CUSTOM MAK DRAPE J
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
COSMO LLOYD ORCHESTRA
Musical EuhWInlrliiieiit
Private Parties Cosventions
Snows
American and Latin Music
345 N.W. 134 St Miami
Phone MU 1-0734
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES A
HAPPY PASSOVER
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Greiii
and Family
5833 Devonshire Blvd.
D U R A L I T E
Thef temees Petal"
SIMS
Paint & Supply
5152 SUNSET DRIVI
SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Pheee MO 7-7045
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PHO VAC
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
MELR0SE GLASS COMPANY
Safety and Plain Auto Glass
Mirrors, Table Tops and
Resilvering
Telephone NE 4-9031
3734 N.W. 36th Street
Miaou. Florida
C RE E T / N C $
Carroll Mask & Art Center
Tire Haw Stares t. Serve Teer
Mutkml Neees
3645 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Pfceee NE 5-3711
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director, several part time work.
ers with special training, teach-
ers on part time and a number
of volunteer group leaders.
The Y's Duiiding contains 14
rooms. The largest seats 175,
Rooms are fitted as a lounge,
pame rooms, kosher kitchen,
cafeteria, library, music room,
meeting rooms, class rooms and
a new workshop for carpentry
and metal work. Equipment is
being added as funds permit.
To help intensify and broaden
the scope of the Jerusalem Y,
the World Federation of YMHAs
and Jewish Community Centers
arranged with the United States
Department of State to de-ignata
a trained American Jewish Com-
munity Center worker to serve n
a special consultant. Morris Lev-
in, director of ares and branch
operations of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of Chicago, is
now occupying this position on a
six month assignment During
his stay in Israel, the sen-ices
of Levin are also available to
various departments of the Is-
raeli government, youth bureau!
of municipalities and non-gorem-
mental organizations int erested
in Community Center work.
Constant communication be-
Continued en Page 11-0
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL i
Le Bon Cleaners
& Laundry
Irving Kornicks
955 S.W. 8th STREET ^
With Best Wishes For A
Happy Holiday
Season
Collins Glass and
Mirror Co.
1006 5th STREET "*!
MIAMI BEACH
Phone IE 1-7697
CtEfT INSS
WEBER'S
FURNITURE EXCHANGE
We Buy & Sell
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+Je*istncridia,n
11-D
Man Behind the Seventh Dead Sea Scroll
Confirmee" trem Fife 2-D
(he job with enthusiasmif only
because it was an assignment no
restorer hail ever done before.
Aided by his wife, a professional
photographer, Biberkraut was
able to unroll the three scrolls
quicker and better than anyone
could have hoped, and made it
possible for Sukenik to examine
the scrolls and come to his signif-
icant couclUSTuFR WJIhiernlng'rhWr
age and contents many months
ahead of the other scholars work-
ing on the other scrolls, which
had by then, come into the pos-
session of the Metropolitan.
The opening of the scroll, how-
ever, dwarfed the difficulties that
Biberkraut had to overcome in
the unrolling of the first three.
The state of the scroll was almost
incredibly poor. Entire sections
had simply been chewed off by
the ravages of time and the ele-
ments. The entire parchment was
stuck together, turning the scroll
into something resembling a solid
cylinder. In places, the ink of the
writing had disappeared alto-
gether, while elsewhere it had
corroded the parchment, leaving
jagged holes in place of the in-
scription.
Prof. Biberkraut now admits
that his first impulse was to turn
down the job as impossible, like
the other experts before him, but
he knew that Dr. Yadin depended
on him. To save the scroll, or at
Jeast a substantial part of it, for
the world of learning, Biberkraut
had to combine the skills of many
professions. He had to figure out
just the right atmospheric condi-
tions which would allow him to
separate the glued-tog ether
sheets. One day he was a surgeon
delicately peeling off an outer
skin of parchment, a little thicker
than a film of varnish, which ad-
hered to the inner side of the
sheet immediately around it, thus
^covejin^Jhe wrijing. j^her
time he was a chemist trying to
establish how to bring out letters
so faded that they had become al-
most invisible to the naked eye.
On another occasion he had to
remove entire fragments which
had broken loose from the total-
parchment and had become em-
bedded elsewhere.
These isolated fragments, with
only a few words or even parts of
words on them, presented a par-
ticular problem. Their "geograph-
ical location" so to speak in the
scroll had to be determined as
accurately as possible so as to
give the scholar who would later
decipher the scroll a chance to
include these bits in the general
context.
No sooner had any larger aec-
tion of the scroll been unrolled
and removed from the remainder
than it was photographed to pre-
serve its original contents in case
the restorative process should
prove unsuccessful and advance
the deterioration of the parch-
ment. This precaution was for-
tunately found to be unnecessary.
The removed sections were then
The Jerusalem YM-VVHA
Continued from Pag* 10-D
tween the board of directors and
the staff of the Jerusalem Y and
the headquarters of the World
Federation has been assured. The
Federation's Jerusalem Y Com-
mittee is beaded by Jack Nad el,
recently retired executive direc-
tor of the 92nd Street YM and
YWHA, New York City. Serving
with him as associate chairman
are Graenum Berger, Mrs. Hugo
Dalsheimer, Col. Harry D. Hen-
shel and Mrs. Ben Touster.
As we congratulate the State of
Israel on its tenth anniversary
and its colossal gains in this first
decade of its existence, we may,
with humility but also with some
inner satisfaction, share in the
achievement of initiating a dis-
tinctive youth movement in Is-
rael. We look forward in the next
decade to the erection of new Y
and Center buildings in Israel
and the strengthening of the Fed-
eration of Ys and Youth Centers
of Israel.
RICHTER'S
JEWELRY CO., Inc.
180 E. FlagUr Street
PHONE Ft 3-2197
Holiday Greetings .. .
SLIMLINE
YOUR
FIGURE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Phone PL 1-2924
Prescription Specialists
CENTER
PHARMACY
9723 N.E. 2nd Avenue
(Dir. Opposite Shores Theater)
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SUNLIGHT SCHOOL
OF BEAUTY CULTURE
Beauty Culture a Vocation of
Happiness and Independence
D. A. Julius, Pres.
Phone FR 4-9998
1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Miami
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placed between sheets of glass to-
gether with isolated fragments
which appeared to belong to the
same context.
As he drew closer to the core
of the scroll. Biberkraut found to
his delight that the inner columns
of writing were in a much better
state of preservation. Whereas
the beginning of the scroll was
entirely missing (since the scroll
was found to be an apocryphon
on the Book of Genesis, it was
reasonable to assume that the text
originally started with the crea-
tion) and the first decipherable
fragment mentioned the name of
Lamech, the height of the preser-
ved columns of writing now in-
creased steadily until finally en-
tire columns could be read.
In the end Biberkraut was able
to deliver to Dr. Yadin five com-
plete columns of the text far
more than Yadin had hoped for
when he bought the scroll from
the Mertopolitan. In addition
very substantial fragments were
recovered from the other columns
together with hundreds of smaller
fragments en which Hebrew Uni-
versity scholars are working to
this dayand will continue for
many months to come. The gen-
eral contents of the Genesis
Aprocryphon, as the seventh
scroll is known today includes
stories about the Patriarchs Abra-
ham, Lot and Noah and a descrip-
tion of the beauty of Sarah.
Mrs. Biberkraut relates that the
professor's sigh of relief when his
work on this scroll was completed
could be heard through the entire
house. Never again, he told her,
would he ever go through with a
job like this. However, it is char-
acteristic of this "youthful" sav-
ant that by now, he is reliably re-
ported to be keenly scanning the
newspaper columns every day for
reports of new discoveries of
scrolls on which to try out the in-
comparable skill of his hands.
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The Family Seder: A Passover Story
Continued from Page 1-D
rived at the home of Jacob
Bloom, where the door was
thrown open to cries of "Gut
Yom Tov" and "Hag Sameach."
They were welcomed by Jacob's
wife. Miriam. Stanley's wife,
Ethel, and little granddaughter
Evie a. delightful, curly-haiwd
three-year old. The welcome ex-
tended by Miriam to the boys
betrayed no hjnt of surprise. Ja-
cob noon wilna start theTlowers
on the Seder table. Miriam loved
to receive flowers for the Seder.
As always. Jacob had com-
pletely forgotten them, but evi-
dently the efficient Ethel had
not. Well, good for Ethel. His
daughter-in-law was a fine wife
to Stanley, but was somewhat
above what Jacob considered to
be his cultural level. With a Mas-
ter's degree already in her pos-
session, and still working toward
her doctorate, Ethel was, in Ja-
cob's mind, a few intellectual
steps above him. Not that he did
not understand her although
she never conveyed it either by
word or by look, he knew that
she had little patience for the
traditional observance. She
would call it, he thought, cere-
monial tribalism. But never a
word was mentioned, at least in
Jacob's presence, and her home
was maintained in observance of
kashruth, at least to a degree,
whether out of deference to Ja-
cob or to Stanley, who followed
very gratifyingly in his father's
footsteps.
It was time to begin the Seder.
Hy and Ralph accepted and
donned the profferred yarmul-
kas, if a little uncertainly. Jacob
hoped he had not picked a couple
of guests who were utterly un-
familiar with Jewish tradition.
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shipment of medical supplies from Jewish chaplain Joshua J.
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activities Jewish chaplains engage in over and above regular
ministrations to Jewish personnel.
Jacob lifted the cup of wine for
the Kiddush and followed with
the washing of the hands, the
ceremony of parsley, and the di-
viding of the Afikomen. By this
time it was clear that his mis-
givings were justified, for the
soldiers appeared to be quite
mystified by the proceedings, al-
though they followed as best they
could.
Little Evie, who was the joy
of what Jacob considered to be
his middle days, was long past
bedtime and indicated that she
was not long for this Seder. Ja-
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the four questions quickly so that
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of sixteen, particularly in the
presence of the soldfer guests,
and rushed through the question!
in Hebrew only. Ethel carried
Evie, who last year had been left
home with a sitter, off to bed;
in celebration of the holiday, she
was to sleep in her grandparents'
house.
Jacob began the reading of the
Haggadah. He sensed that Hy
and Ralph were uncomfortable in
their surroundings, and felt some
of the discomfort himself. Jacob,
as he read, explained the mean-
ings of the Haggadah even more
than was his usual practice, but
as he watched from the corner
of his eye, he could see no reac-
tion from the soldiers that his
efforts were of any avail. He felt
a stab of regret that he had been
so hasty in inviting the boys.
Someone else would have asked
them, surely, perhaps someone
who had not so traditional a
Seder. Certainly these boys
would have been happier at a
Seder that began an ended with
the meal.
Finally, they were ready for
Continued en Page M-D
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Jewish Spiritual Revival-Real, Pretended
Continued *rem Pag. 3-D
heved. ant! (hey still do, that the
earth is filled with His glory"
and that He does not have to be
Miught. They were religious find-
ers, not seekers. God-seekers
v.ere suspect. There was the ap-
prehension that when one em-
I ;irks on seeking God he may end
up finding a warped religiosity
which is remote from the true
faith. Ot lafe there has been much
i ading in our midst of theolog-
ical articles on religion which are
I >tally lacking in Jewish flavor.
This theologiiad Jamah rnUgiew m
I ginning to assume the appear-
ance of a sort of Catholicism. We
have always looked askance at
such God-seekers in the know
icjge that they will in the end
c.mie upjn something from which
we v.ill not derive too much
riches (delight).
There is also much talk going
on among us about secular Jews
a? distinguished from religious,
though it's quite difficult to get
a proper definition of secular
.lewishness. I have met many re-
ligious Jews with a broad and
worldly viewpoint to whom faith
was neither a hindrance to, nor
inconsistent with, secularism. On
the other hand, I have encounter-
ed secular, worldly Jews whose
worldlines* is narrower than the
proverbial four ells.
But there probably will never
be a "shidduch," a marriage, be-
tween religious and secular Jews,
no matter what this vague, puz-
zling concept may mean. The re-
ligious Jew will not move from
his position, nor accept Reformist
compromises. Any concession ap-
pears to the religious Jews as the
reformation of an antiquity which
ticks well enough and needs no re-
pairs. To the religious Jew reno-
vation means doing conscious
harm to an inherited chronometer
which registers punctually each
second of every day what must
be done and how one is to con-
duct himself.
When we ponder about the Jew-
ish yeuth, there is no way of de-
termining whether it is possessed
of creative cravings. It is quite
possible that the Jewish youth,
which TaVgelv stands aloof, with-
oot i spiritual leadership, trem-
bles more than it yearns. Con
ceiv.ably it is more a searching in
empty pockets than a true spirit-
ual quest.
The segments of youth which
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have a wider path for longing. It
can saunter off, leave, return,
wander off and wander back. And
when it loses something on the
way, it can retrieve it. It knows
what to seek and what to find.
Tragic are the youths who re-
ceived no Jewish education what-
soever, not even the so-called
worldly-one. They are completely
lost. They are in a sense escapees
from nothing and gatherers of the
vulgar and ignorant prattle that
Jewish ethics consists solely of
"an eye for an eye, a tooth for a
tooth," thus falling into the arms
of their Christian friends who
have reached the exalted ethic
of turning the other fellow's other
cheek, particularly the Jewish
one, which has so greatly "pro-
fited" from Christian morals in
the past two thousand years.
These young men find no spirit-
ual direction for theiF longings
They are not aware what is their
own and what is borrowed. They
have nothing of their own and
therefore they seek the alien, par-
ticularly under the influence of
certain teachers, reformers and
career minded English Jewish
writers who strive to persuade
them that what is borrowed is
really their own.
Jewish education is an antidote
to vulgarization and ignorance.
Many sensitive Jewish young peo-
ple today cannot fbrgive their par-
eats for not giving them a Jewish
education. They are the most lost
young people of our generation.
Even amidst the vague longing of
the American youth their voice is
not heard, because their hanker-
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The Family Seder: A Passover Story
Continued from Pag* 12-D
the meal. This, at least, the boys
could participate in knowingly
and whole-heartedly. And, as al-
ways, the meal was a master-
piece. There was always some-
thing special about the tradi-
tional Passover foods, and cou-
pled with Miriams superb prep-
aration the meal left absolutely
nothing to be desired. Jacob's
children and his guests heaped
lavish praise on Miriam, while
Jacob merely turned to her and
smiled. Miriam returned his
smile, to show that she acknowl-
edged his unworded praise, and
that it was reward enough.
With the grace after meal,
they resumed the Seder service,
and Jacob noted that his guests
seemed to lapse back into their
?S2Z SoveVsongsr?,; city. Jewish men and women 0 duty with U.S Arm d Forces
and Ralph took no part, and can participate in religious services cultural activities and
seemed anxious, if he interpreted recreational programs aU year round because National Jew-
correctly, to have it over with ish Welfare Board, government-authorized agency for relig-
and be gone. It is too bad, Jacob ious, morale and welfare services to Jews in uniform, makes
thought, this is not a successful arrangements and conducts such programs.
Seder.
Below decks on USS Randolph, carrier's Jewish crew members
gather under leadership of their chaplain for services. Whether
at war or in some Arctic radar post, or in an exotic Oriental
The fourth cup of wine was
gone, the song's were sung, and
the Seder was soon to be over.
Only the singing of Had Gadya,
The Only Kid, remained. Jacob
led in the singing. He sat back,
not looking in the Haggadah,
singing the well known words by
heart. Jacob felt himself relax.
Perhaps it was the four healthy
cups of wine, perhaps it was the
usual comfortable Seder spirit
beginning to reach him at last,
despite the shortcomings of the
evening. He looked around the
table at his family and guests.
There was his beloved Miriam,
tired surely from the endless
preparations for the Passover,
the changing of dishes, the clean-
ing, the cooking, the cooking, the
cooking! But through her weari-
ness, her face was quite glowing,
from the compliments of the
guests, from the smile of her
husband, and simply from the en-
joyment of Yom Tov. Next to
her sat Uncle Shmuei, wno seem-
ed to celebrate the Passover far
more than any of the other festi-
vals. It was, after all, the ob-
servance of freedom from op-
pression and slavery, and as such
to the uncle a personal anniver-
sary. The sons, Bertram and
Stanley, both of them good boys,
who absorbed the feeling of Pe-
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each and had the feeling of the
holiday inside themselves, just
as he did. Oh, perhaps, not quite
so much as he, but it was good.
Little Evie, peacefully sleeping
upstairs, perhaps by next year
she could relieve Bert of the four
questions. And Jacob looked at
his daughter-in-law, Ethel. Look
at Ethel, indeed! He would never
dare tell her aloud, for she would
deny it, but the look behind the
look, the cynicism, for the mo-
ment at least, was gone. Ethel
was thoroughly enjoying Pesaeh,
Jacob smiled. Even for Kthti
there was a place now and thvs
for a little ceremonial trlbalsm.
And lastly, here were the sol-
diers, Hy and Ralph. As the last
verses of Had Gadya were reach-
ed, they were joining in the chor-
us! And they were sitting back,
some of the stiffness was gone.
Jacob's smile became one of
thorough pleasure, tne last
strains of Had Gadya died away.
The hungry bad come and eaten,
the needy had come to observe
the Passover. It was a food
Seder.
Jacob leaned forward. "Hy
Ralph, you will come again to-
morrow night for the second Se
der. Tomorrow will be even
better."
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Friday. April L 1958
*Jenlsti noridlar
15-D
Celebrating Passover on the Silver Screen
t Continued from Pege 4-D
is brilliantly enacted, painstak-
ingly directed and handsomely
mounted.
The movie was in preparation
for almost two years. The author
not only collaborated on the
screen adaptation but also helped
in Ihe selection of the cast: He
either tested or interviewed more
than 300 candidates for the com-
plex role of Marjorie. The search
was ,'""1'iftffl .from jcoast to
coast, in every entertainment
medium, colleges and drama
schools, among professionals and
complete unknowns.
As in the case of "The Ten
Commandments" and "The Dia-
ry of Anne Frank," the leading
role finally was set with a non-
Jew, evidently to give the theme
and character universality. Gene
Kelly, who portrays Noel Air-
man, the irresistible lover and
renegade from religion, sings and
dances the theme song from the
picture, written by Sammy Fain
and Paul Francis Webster.
Claire Trevor enacts Marjorie's
mother, Rose Morgenstern, who
reflects everything that mothers'
understandings and misunder-
standings have represented to
daughters for centuries. Miss
Trevor with this picture has re-
turned to Warners' where she
won an Academy Award just ten
years ago for "Key Largo."
George Tobias plays Mr. Greech,
the Adirondacks resort manager.
Martin Balsam (who was the jury
foreman in "Twelve Angry Men")
portrays the role of Dr. Harris,
one of Marjorie's admirers who
doesn't quite make it.
For a full month, the "Marjorie
Morningstar" unit transplanted it-
self from the sound stages of Hol-
lywood to Scaroon Manor in New
York's Adirondacks Mountains.
The mountain resort was chosen
because of its immediate identifi-
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Wind, the scene of Marjorie's
early romantic adventures de-
scribed in the Wouk novel. Thus,
a company of almost 150 players,
staff members and crew, moved
3,000 mile* across the country to
Scaroon to capture on film the
joyousness and excitement and
beauty of an eastern mountain
playground.
The Adirondack setting was
used to stage the bullfight danc-
ing sequence with Ed Wynn, for
which specialty dancers and mu-
sicians were brought from the
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talent. Scaroon Manor was also
the setting for Natalie Wood's
dance number. Besides her high-
kick caper, the young lady
achieved another happy goal by
performing a flash scene from
"Romeo and Juliet," as Juliet, to
be sure, in a play within a play.
Milton Sperling's production
unit spent several days in New
York City, photographing scenes
at Bellevue Hospital, at an apart-
ment bouse en> Central Park
West, in Greenwich Village and
in front of Radio City. The latter
scene was filmed with a hidden
camera following Natalie Wood*
as she walked on Fifth Avenue.
Without the present of hairdress-
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ple, director Irving Rapper was
able to shoot the scene unrecog-
nized by the busy New Yorkers,
and to give it the same feeling of
authenticity he created in Mexico
two years ajo with Michel Ray's
"The Brave One."
Rendezvous With Noted
French Artist Marc Chagall
Continued from Page 5-D
Vienna, no Chagalls were on view,
and I knew them only from black-
and-white reproductions that oc-
casionally appeared in "Das Zelt,"
"Die Menorah," "Juedisches
Familienblatt" and other period-
icals. Nevertheless, how beauti-
ful they looked to me! Hence, it
was a great joy and revelation to
me in America to see the original
canvases in blazing color, on the
walls of the Museum of Modern
Art, and the Solomon R. Guggen-
heim Museum.
There was the aforementioned
"I and the Village," which I have
visited numerous times, never
trying to decipher the dream-like
fantasy, yet always enjoying this
Jewish school of Parisian artists.
As though he were reading my
mind Chagall started to mention
them allthe divine Modigliani,
scion of a distinguished Sefardic
family, who wished for "a short
but intense life" and got his wish;
the morbid but immensely gifted
Balkan Jew, Pascin, who hanged
himself in his Paris studio; the
neurotic Soutine, a Jew from Lith-
uania who spurned an opportun-
ity to go to America and died in
Nazi-occupied France. There
were lesser onesKisling, Kram-
sztyck, Feder, the sculptor Moise
Kogan. "His lovely terracotta fig-
urines," Chagall exclaimed, "but
nobody remembers them now.
Nobody even remembers the art-
ist's name!"
The last three perished in Nazi
concentration camps. Chagall was
lucky enough to escape in time.
Except for a few early years of
dire poverty, he was always ex-
tremely lucky. But he did not
take his own happiness for grant-
ed, and he bestowed upon the
world as much pleasure as he re-
ceived. Talking to his audience
in Chicago, he may not have used
exaetly the same words which
he once used speaking to me. But
the gist of his message to man-
kind has always been more or less
the same:
"The artist must penetrate in-
to the world, feel the fate of hu-
man beings, of peoples, with real
love. There is no art for art's
sake. One must be interested in
the entire realm of life One must
be, above all, a human being."
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Many and Wondrous are the Disguises of Elijah
Rabbi
The high paint of the Seder is
the opening of the door to that
the prophet Elijah may enter and
partake of the cup of wine set
aside for him On Passover night,
he visits every Jewish home. He
is the man of many disguises.
Once the soldiers of the oppres-
sive Emperor Hadrian were pur-
suing Rabbi Meier. They search-
ed all the inns and road houses
where the fleeing Rabbi might
have stopped over, but no
were forthcoming- Several of the
hotel keepers did admit seeing a
man who looked like a rabbi but
it couldn't hare bees Rabbi Meier,
they said, for he was accom-
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sure that no rabbi would willing
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also to the manner in which the
lamb, animal associated with
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tion festivals in the Jewish cal-
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Purim and Chanukah.
Matzoh, the food most frequent-
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ten do, exploit this play on words
to drive home the" fact that one
onbserves the holiday not only by
eating the matzohs but by heeding
the mitzvahs of righteousness
and hospitality, etc.
The number "four" is featured
in the Seder. There are four
questions, four sons, and four
cups. Mystics have been quick to
declare that this is a hint of the
Tetragrammation. the four letters
which form the wd for the Al-
mighty One in Hebrew.
Afikomen, the so-called dessert
of the Seder, is a worn oerived
from the Greek. The prefix,
"Afi." is related to the prefix,
"Epi," meaning "after" as in epi-
logue, etc.
Passover is one of the three
"seasonal" festivals of the Jewish
year. It marks the beginning of
spring, as Shavuos does for sum-
mer and Sukkos for autumn. In
ancient times, these festivals
were occasions for visits to the
Temple in Jerusalem; hence they
are called "pilgrim" festivals, or
to use the Hebrew word, regalim,
plural for regel. foot.
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scarcely answered at all.
Haggadah is a word meaning
narrative. Chad Gadya is Aram-
aic for "one goat." Dayyenu
means "it would have been
enough for us." And, of course,
you know what the word. Seder,
means.
Almost missing from the Hag-
gadah is the Passover hero,
Moses. At your Seder count the
number of times he is mentioned.
Nisan, the Hebrew month in
which Passover falls, was appar-
ently at one time, the first month
of the Hebrew year.
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'Adir Hu." On other holidays,
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Pest-Passover Exodus to the Mountains
By 4. P. BARON
Not f-.npr after "Pessach," with
the story of the great Exodus told
once again, and with the "Hag-
^adah" back on the shelf gather-
ing dust until next year, the story
ol ano'hcr great exodus begins to
take shape in Jewish homes. The
Four Questions have been merged
into a single one now, and every
member of the family is asking it:
Where are we going to go this
.summer?"
Soon enough he finds himself
once again, as every spring, pour-
ing over colorful folders and over
the.reiinrt agon-m-nnwupMnrsi
day-dreaming, planning. For
weeks he wanders, much like his
forebears, in a wilderness of in-
decision. The Philistine palaces
of the Catskills beckon, the tem-
ples of 6un-tan worshippers invite
him to sacrifice at their shrines.
A thousand Marjorie Morning-
stars dream of that magic mom-
ent at the Saturday night dance
in the-social hall, where she'll
meet, "this summer or next, her
Prince Charming.
When all the dreaming and ar-
guing and going over the budget
is done, and somebody has to
make a decision, the comfort and
(rowd-lormg New Yorker will
more often than not stay within
easy reach and traveling distance
of the ant heap. Pretty soon a
letter will be going out reserving
a room with full board, for a week
or more, to one of hundreds of
resorts in the hilly up-state region
of New York, better known by
their picturesque collective as the
"Borscht Circuit."
The Borscht Circuit has for
many years provided the locale
and source material for Broad-
way musicals, movies, best-selling
novels and, it seems, every other
joke heard on radio and televis-
ion. Like its city-slicker cousins,
the Lower East Side of New York
City, and Brooklyn, it is very
much part of the American Jew-
ish dream, especially when the
dreamer is a girl anywhere in her
twenties, or the mother of a girl
anywhere -In her twenties. For
them these mountain meccas are
said to offer courts of great and
sometimes even last resort.
The Borscht Circuit is perhaps
most famous for the remarkable
number of great entertainers who
received their start during a sum-
mer at one of its resorts. Best
known and perhaps unique among
such "wunderkinder" is Amer-
ica's ambassador clown Danny
Kaye. Although the stories of
Kaye's first performances are
apocryphal to say the least, there
can be no doubt about the fact
that he made his first forays into
DANNY KAYt
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fun at a place called "Tamiment"
in the Pocono mountains of Penn-
sylvania, as unique a resort
among the summer watering
places as Kaye is among his fel-
low comedians.
The intellectual sting In Kaye's
material, his great interest in
liberal causes and international
issues during recent years can be
ascribed in no small measure to
the zesty cultural climate prevail-
ing at Tamiment alongside, yet
never in conflict with, the stan-
dard fare of physical comforts
and exertions.
Tamimentwhich is not a pri-
vate enterpriseis at first sight
no more than a spacious, very
comfortable summer resort lo-
cated magnificently and with all
the physical attributes. Great
scenic golf course. Natural lake;
set like a glittering jewel into a
deep-green ring of foliage. Fine
food, dancing every night, and all
the comforts of home in buildings
of stone, glass and natural wood
blending harmoniously into their
surroundings.
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however, is not the luxury of its
facilities but its stimulating cul-
tural program of chamber music
concerts, theatrical productions,
art exhibits, lectures and debates
on every conceivable topic of in-
terest to modern man, and of
course.'lhe interested and- inter-
esting people it attracts as a re-
sult of this policy.
The small group of idealistic
dreamers who founded Tamiment
in the early 20's, saw no conflict
in combining a recreational pro-
gram for the tired body with a
parallel program for the mind in
need of refreshment. They based
their dream on a simple concept:
both mind and body need the
proper relaxation and stimulation
in the proper environment.
The formula evolved at Tami-
ment is not new. A Roman poet
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mind in a sound body. The fast
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urgent meaning to it. We have
acquired knowledge of the mind
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gets tired and from time to time
needs replenishment or it grows
dull and sometimes even ill.
We have learned, too, that our
drive for material well-being or
what we like to refer to as our
pursuit of happiness has left us
panting but rarely happy. Our
contempt for the intellect has left
us frightened and confused and
devoid of the inner resources
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Israel Cohen: Story of the Man Who Wasn't
By MMLTON ELLERI.N
Israel Cohen. English Commu-
nist, it today well-know charac-
i,.,- thrtwghmu the United States.
His name has appeared in such
illustrious publications as the
Washington Star and the Con-
gressional Record as well as
scores of infinitely less illustrious
ones. To those who read about
him Israel Cohen comes tfcjfrugh
as a moetjuUmabLe -jnfjv Jipt_
only is he a Communist; he is
also the author of a plan which
in his own.vrords will inflame
"the Negro minority against the
whites" through a program of
"racial tensions" in order to "de-
liver America to our cause."
Because of his common name
undoubtedly there are many Is-
rael Cohens throughout the world
those who read about this one
have little doubt about his re-
ligious origin. Anti Semites
thrmi;hout the country lore to
roll the name Israel Cohen off
their tongues slowly.- then spell it
out to nuke sure their listeners
get the point- The fact of the
matter, however, is that this Is-
rael Cohen is not Jewish. Nor is
he Anglican.. BOddhtst, or any-
thing else. Even though his name
is heard increasingly this Israel
Cohen simply does, ant and
never did! exist
Some anti-Semitic hoaxes
like '.'The Protocols of the Learn-
ed Elders of Zion" are ancient
and a bit unwieldy for easy use
by the professional bigot. The
Israel Cohen hoax is new and Just
right. It is shrewdly adapted to
exploit the tensions of the day; it
is brief and deer; it raises all the
bogies of the prejudiced in just
a few sentences.
According to all available evi-
dence, the Israel Cohen fabrica-
tion first appeared, full-blown, in
the pages of a less than three-
year-old, .fairly elaborate, anti-
Semitic roc** monthly. "The Vir-
ginian." pvbMshed la Newport
News.. U-pdie-r -the heading
"Quotes from the Communist
Press," appears the statement:
"We must realize that our par-
ty's, most, powerful weapon is
rflciai, tension By poundins
into the- consciousness of the.
dark races, that for centuries they
have bqen "oppressed by the
whites', we' can mold them to
the progCAip of, the Communist
Party--.-;- -.- in America, we will
aim fpr. j>nbjle_ victory. While in-
flaming the Negro minority
against Hfle-whites, we will en-
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guilt complex for their exploita-
tion of the Negroes. We will aid)
the Ne Toes to rise in promi-
nence in every walk of life, in
the professions and in the world
ISIAfI COMfN
freeeeerfy svefss
of sports and entertainment.
With this prestige, the Negroes
will be able to intermarry with
the whites and begin a process
which will deliver America to
our cause."
The alleged source of the state-
ment is given as: ". from 'A
Racial Program for the Twen-
tieth Century,' by Israel Cohen.
English Communist (1912)."
The item appears in The Vir-
ginian as a paid ad Underneath
is the notation: "This space
sponsored by a Christian Virgin-
ian and a Marine Corps Veteran.'
This appeared in the Decem-
ber 1956 issue of the Virginian.
In February 1957, the nextt ref-
erence to "Israel Cohen, English
Communist" appeared in a let-
ter to 'he editor of the Sumter.
S.C.. Daily Item written by Stan-
ley F. Morse of Charleston, who
heads the pro-segregation Grass
Roots League there. The quota-
tion then appeared in full in a
letter to the editor of the Wash-
ington Evening Star in March
Ik'i. It was written by R. A.
Hester of the Maryland Peti-
tions Committee.
Thus t*>e hoax appeared in a
major, highly respected daily
newspaper. From here it was but
one step away from being re-
printed in one of the most highly
regarded sources of all the
Congressional Record. It found
its way there when, June 6 in
the course of the debate on civil
rights legislation, Congressman
Thomas Abernethy of Mississippi
said:
"This civil rights business is
all according to a studied and
well-defined plan. It may be
news to some of you but the
course of the advocates of the
legislation was carefully planned
and outlined more than 45 years
ago. Israel Cohen, a leading Com-
munist in England, in his 'A
Racial Program for the Twenti-
eth Century,' wrote in 1912 the
following .. ."
Congressman Abernethy then
proceeded to insert in the Con-
gressional Record the full Israel
Cohen quotation. He. concluded:
"What truer prophecy could
there have been 40 years ago of
what we now see taking place in
America Many thousands in
America today who are in no
sense Communists are helping to
carry out the Communist plan
laid down by their faithful think-
er. Israel Cohen. Truly, vigilance
is the price of liberty."
Now the lie was poised to do
its work; its appearance in the
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*'Ji*t't$ti ftorkRati
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nurses served In the Ylihuv's Se-
curity Force* and all Hadassah
facilities we* irtbbllized to meet
emergency needs. The end of
the war found, Hadassah services
pliv-.talW-difSacated, its magaifi-
crll, ncva .hospital on Mt. Scopus
desolate and the heroic doctors
and nurses carrying on in five in-
adequate buildings in Jerusalem,
the laboratoriea and nursing
school grievously affected.
But Hadassah carried on in
these temporary quarters, meet-
ing the medical needs of Israel's
steadily expanding and varied
population, working with the Is-
rael government in providing a
multitude of services especially
to the aew immigrants.
Today Hadassah supports sev-
en hospitalsfive in Jerusalem,
one in Safed and one in Bearshe-
batotaling more than 750 hos-
pital beds. In these hospitals
Hadassah treats hundreds of
thousands of patients annually
and forges, stead toward new
horizons off health. Health care
is being provided for the total re-
gion of Jerusalem and the Corri-
dor with te 200400 population.
since in addition to its hospital
services Israel has both urban and
rural community health centers
catering to daily medical needs
of the pregnant mother, the in-
fant, the school child, the family
unit and the community.
Within the next few years,
Hadassah's health and medical
training facilities will be consol-
idated in a $21 million Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Cen-
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of Jerusalem. The Medical Cen-
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for Israel and the Middle East.
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Israel founded in 1949, which
has already graduated more than
350 students. Here a whole gen-
eration of medical and allied per-
sonnel will be educated, thus as-
suring the quality of Israel's med-
ical services of the future. Four
hundred yard* below" the medical
Utilitarian lines of architecture on new campus of Hebrew
University at Jerusalem are typified by Administration bldg.,
which has just been completed. "Also at Kiryat Hadassah
will be the Hebrew TJniTenhy-Hadassah Medical Schoolthe
only one tit Israelfounded in 1939, which has already grad-
uated more than 350 students."
center, Hadassah is building a
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the people of Israel. It is an in-
strument of health which will
play a leading part in the devel-
opment of Jerusalem and Israel.
Hadassah has pioneered in other
areas, too.
In 1953, Kiryat Yovel (original-
ly known at Bet Mazmil) was es-
tablished by Hadassah on the out-
skirts of Jerusalem because it was
believed that the positive promo-
tion of health in its widest sense
together with the prevention
aod cure of disease is es-
pecially vital to Israel. In Israel,
a high proportion of the popula-
tion must still learn to take ad-
vantage of twentieth century
knowledge ef hygiene, nutrition,
chtld-reasinevetc.. end. at the
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same time, is suffering from
varying degrees of psychological
and social maladjustment as a
result of the effort to become in
tegrated into a new life in a new
land. The importance of Kiryat
Yovel is that here the family is
treated as a nnit against the
background of its own environ-
ment providing too a health
training field for the Medical
School. The student learns to
take account of environmental
factors in considering the diagno-
sis and treatment of ill health.
This clinical training field which
includes both hospital and com-
munity services as given to the
student prepares him with the
means to tackle the ills of mod-
ern society. This program of
community health has attracted
world-wide attention and is be-
ing used for research in the re-
lief of family and community
tensions as part of UNESCO re-
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Je*iiinor*fgor7
A Message to Jews Living in the South

Continue* inm Pe 2-E
lend that if the Southern Jews
submit to this fear and try to ex-
tend it to their Northern Jewish
neighbors, they will achieve pre-
cisely what the White Citizens
Councils and the Ku Kiux Klan
conspire to do. Far from being
neutral, such a program would
strengthen the hands of the white
supremacist* by removing any ef-
fective opposition. But what
should be even more meaningful
to our Southern brothers is the de-
monstrntion that their hope to es-
cape the consequences of preju-
dice is an illusory one. Indeed,
their fear of reprisal itself re-
veals that they understand the
mind and the intent of the hate-
monger who today suppresses the
Negro and tomorrow, with equal
venom, may suppress the Jew.
Silence is then a form of yielding
to the White Citizens Councils
which gains the Jews ignominy,
not security.
The request for silence made by
some Southern Jews is based on
the assumption that the problem
of civil rights in America is only
a Southern problem and that
therefore it is the Jews in the
South who alone are in jeopardy.
The national Jewish agencies be-
lieve that the civil rights crisis is
a national problem, even an inter-
national one, and that from the
Jewish point of view all Jews,
North and South, as well as Jews
in oilier iantis, aUo have a stake
in its solution. Thus, for example,
the Arab League and other anti-
Semitic propagandists in South
America, in an effort to incite
non-whites against Jews, have
published vicious attacks upon
the Jewish community of the Uni-
ted States as responsible for the
exploitation of the Negro. Such an
attack, having implications for
America as a whole, jeopardized
the sense of security of Argentin-
ian Jewry to the point where that
community officially and urgently
requested proof from American
Jewish agencies that Jews had
championed the cause of the col-
ored people in the United States.
If the Jews of the United States
had done nothing, what would we
have been able to reply? Is any-
one prepared to say that the se-
curity of these Jews is less pre-
cious than the security of any
other Jews?
Northern Jews living in com-
munities which contain 95 per-
cent of the Jewish community of
this country also have relation-
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Former President Harry S. Truman (center) is recipient of three
ancient vases from Israel for Truman Library in Indepen-
dence, Mo. Presentaion is made by Rabbi S. Goldstein (right)
and Gustav Stern, New York industrialist, for Chief Rabbi of
Israel Isaac Halevy Herzog. "It would be ironic if after ex-
pressing our admiration for those (Christians) who
helped save the Jews we should now condone the rationaliza-
tion that we ought to do nothing on behalf of the Negro be-
cause it may jeopardize Jewish security."
ships to maintain. Even if they
were so crass as to act out of
expedient considerations alone,
should they be asked to jeopar-
dize their liberal associations,
their status in the community, by
abdicating their position of re-
sponsibility? But, it may be ar-
gued, who is physically threaten-
ing the Jew in the North; and who
would attack him physically and
economically if he abstained from
taking any public position on civil
rights questions?
The answer to that is that the
status of the Jew in the North
would be demeaned and he would
rightfully be regarded as a social
parasite who could no longer
count on the assistance of the rest
of the community when he would
call upon it in time of his own
need. It should be recognized
that national Jewish agencies also
have a more comprehensive view
of Jewish and American interests.
Their programs are not fragment-
ed. Their capacity to deal with
matters of Jewish interest in dis-
crimination, in church and state,
in immigration, in foreign policy,
in civil liberties is integrally re-
lated to their program in the field
of civil rights. They cannot say
to their fellow-Americans "You
help us in those activities, but
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Moses Leavitt: JDCs Human Engineer

Continued from Psse 4-C
I monts. Perhaps the first was his
appointment by Mayor James
Walker in 1929 to a commission
to investigate the open-air mar-
kets of New York City. And lit-
tle more than a year ago he was
Iappointed by President Dwight
Eisenhower to the President's
I Committee for Hungarian Refu-
Igee Relief, and served during the
I entire life of that committee.
A tribute almost without
[equal from professional col-
leagues was bis election at the
I beginning of 1954 as chairman of
I the American Council of Volsn-
Itary Agencies, and his reelection
|to that office, year after year, by
voluntary agencies composing
I the Council. But perhaps the
single appointment of which he is
roudett is one which came to
[him in 1952.
it was mat astonishing to any-
lone but Moe toavitt to find him-
self oethe way-its The Hague for
the negotiations on restitution as
chairman of the delegation of the
Conference on Jewish Material
{Claims Against Germany.
I was looking far a first-class
[lawyer ,to head the delegation,
1 which figured to be long, arduous
and in many respects highly tech-
nical," he Tecaus. "But despite
my feeling that a different kind
of specialist was needed, a num-
ber of people including then
Jewish Agency treasurer Giora
Josephthalinsisted that I take

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somewhat against my better
judgment.
"It was intricate, exciting work,
but I was wrong. It wasn't for
a lawyer. I had my legal advis-
ers. But mostly it needed com-
mon sense and the ability to ne-
gotiate."
It needed something more a
sense of responsibility and of his-
toryboth of which Leavitt pro-
vided, particularly on one occa-
sion early in the negotiations.
Among some members of the
West German delegation there
was a great reluctance to accept
the stand of the Claims Confer-
ence delegation on the extent of
German responsibility for resti-
tution. Shortly after the claims
were presented, one of the Ger-
man lawyers declared that there
was nothing in international Law
to fsstify such claims.
Leavitt quickly retorted: "If
you can Show me where it is per-
missible in international law to
kill and despoil six million peo-
ple, 1 will agree with that "
That particular argument was
sever repeated.
Leaders of Jewish communities,
set only in the United States but
all over the world, can testify to
Leavitt's talent for getting to the
root of a complex situation, and
for directing a discussion away
from tangential and irrelevant
matters to the heart of the prob-
lem. In his frequent appear-
ances on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal, as well as in his
meetings with community leaders
in Latin America, Europe, Israel
and elsewhere, there is always a
reminder of his early scientific
training.
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Moses Leavitt: JDCs Human Engineer
fond of former President Herbert
Hoover's early description of JDC
,m outstanding example of
human engineering."
Btrt.many tilfof. he has retura-
,dfrom a-survey of conditions in
North Africa, in the DP camps,
,,( jn one of the many other
crWs areas" Of the world, deep-
v*d. On those occasions,
ngineer had receded far into
the background, and in the fore-
:ro*t was the humanitarian and 9
, welfare worker.
*m.....Mspmion
ira from KIrpies last year arter
mt? boatload of Jewish
rtTOg|s 4Mp>Egypt. As he re-
: orted- WM*e bad seen, the mi-
Ijct i fresh: "There were
1.000 re/Ogees aboard. We
(in board-a$ soon as they
1. They were still in a
ut of shoclt. About a third of
, assenger list consisted of in-
.*/ Many of these people had
HI In faff fnf the two months
previous and had gotten out only
tin.' day the boat sailed. Some
of the men were brought down to
the fioaT in handcuffs.
"Tfiey left without anything,
penniless, ehtf'l must say that it
was most pathetic when we went
on the boat and they asked us
What is going to happen to us,
..where are. we .going?'
"We saidyou are going to ho-
tels. Xbey said 'We have no
money. U> pay for hotels.' We
answeredthe hotels will be paid
for.
"The feeling that there were
Jews ready to provide for them
and can for them brought tears
to all of them, and I have never
seen such, gratitude.
"They had wondered and won-
dered but somehow the one
thing that didn't occur to them
was that there would be people
waiting to take care of them. And
1 must confessthere were tears
i-any ,eyes, J0O." ..
He was ia Israel at taw time ef
the Sinai campaign and his re-
port to his JDC colleagues was
a masterful description of what
led up to Sinai and of the way in
which the people of Israel reacted
to it. -
At a JDC meeting he reported:
In August JieBej-J landed- at
Lydda about 18:3Jp.m. t got into
a car to drive to Jerusalem, and
as we got outside th*.gate oi the
airport, the driver stopped,' open
ed his glove compartment, took
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"I asked 'What's that for?' The
driver answered: "That's routine.
We're not supposed to drive on
the Jerusalem road at night with-
out a loaded gun.'
"Now that was routine in Is-
rael but, I reflected, it was not
routine in America or England or
France. That incident sobered
me. Later they told me that I
should not have driven to Jerusa-
lem at night because it was dan-
gerous, and because infiltrating
raids from neighboring Jordan,
which is a stone's throw away
from certain sections of the road,
were a common occurrence.
"This was only one aspect of
the terror against Israel. The
question that was forming in
everybody's mind washow long
does one endure this terror and
fear? I spoke to people in the
street, simple people whose only
ambition in life was to live in
peace and quiet and earn enough
to brim; up their children. I shall
never forget what one mother
said: "I have two children, both
sons, and both have been called
to service. I think that it's bet-
ter to destroy this fear and ter-
ror once and for all. even if some
may die in the jirocess, than to
live Forever in fear. Life Is not
worth living under these circum-
stances.'
"I was in Israel on Oct. 29 (the
day of Sinai). For days mobiliza-
had gone on, soldiers leaving at
all hours of the day and night to
join their units. The tension grew
hour by hour. Everyone knew
that grave events were to take
place at any moment. But there
was no panic, no runs on the food
shops, no hoarding, no queuing
up.
"When the radio announced the
invasion of Sinai, there was al-
most a sigh of relief. The wait-
ing was over and everyone would
now have to face whatever fate
had in store for him.
"When I left, I was full of ad-
miration and respect for the mor-
ale and the spirit that the people
of Israel had demonstrated. I
felt that with such a spirit one
can never be beaten, no matter
how much pain and suffering one
must endure."
As Leavitt spoke, there was lit-
tle in his words to recall the
scientist, the technician, the engi-
neer. Speaking instead was an-
other man: a man whoalmost
by accidenthad wound up dedi-
cating his life to the alleviation
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Israel Cohen: Story of the Man Who Wasn't
Continued from Fae W-E
was not used in 1912. It was ini-
tiated, under Lenin, after the
revolution in 1917.
These are the facts that make
the Israel Cohen quotation a
transparent hoax. Added to them
are the informed opinions of so-
cial scientists and researchers
who have studied the contents
of the alleged plan and conclude
that it could not have been writ-
ten in AM*- I* *" '""
term "guilt complex" was barely
used or known then. Allusions to
Negroes "In the professions, in
the world of sports, and enter-
tainment" appear to be after-the-
fac! thoughts.
The language of the plan is not
Marxian. The idea that the Com-
munist revolution could be aided
by intermarriage between whites
and Ne&Toes would make sense
only to an ardent segregationist.
Nowhere in Communist litera-
ture is there any suggestion that
racial intermarriage is to be the
source of the Communist revolu-
tion. In fact, the whole thing is
nothing but what It appears to
be a latter-day attempt to ex-
ploit fears and prejudices now
current and often verbalized.
Congressman Abernethy said
that he had based his remarks on
the Israel Cohen text as It ap-
peared in the Washington Eve-
ning Star letter to the editor from
Mr. R. A. Hester. When Mr. Ed-
elsberg broufht the facts about
the hoax to the attention of the
newspaper, its editor said, in
print, that "we accept Mr. Edels-
berg's statements as being cor-
rect and we regret the publica-
tion of Mr. Hester's letter."
Congressman Abeniethy was
informed of the Washington
Star's "regrets." But he made no
attempt to delete the insertion
from the Congressional Record.
In a letter to the Congressman,
Mr. Edclsberg assured him that
he knew that his use of a false
quotation was inadvertent, that
it was inserted without thought
of religious prejudice. Howevar,
he concluded, "there is no doubt
that the quotation was fabri-
cated by a man whose purpose
was to promote anti-Semitism,
and that anti-Semitism would be
its effect."
On August 30, 1957 Congress-
man Abraham Mutter of New
York placed a "correction" in
the Congressional Record and.
with a bow toward Abernethy"s
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Cohen myth which, according to Milton EUerin "continues to
gain space and time in newspapers, television and radio;
continues to give new slogans and sanction to anti-Semitic
campaigns."
good faith showed that the Is-
rael Cohen quotation was a hoax.
There was still no admission
of error or deletion of the item by
the Congressman from Mississip-
pi.
Most recently, last month. Con-
gressman Mutter told Congress-
man Abernethy how Myron Pa-
gan had made use of the Israel
Cohen hoax in bis appearance
before the Los Angeles City
Council. He said that "I am sure
that this incident will be repeat-
ed many times in the future un-
less, even at this late date, you
make a statement in the Con-
gressional Record withdrawing
your reference to that item."
But, to date, there has still
been no action by the Congress-
man from Mississippi. Because
the Congressional Record item
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When the Virginian, the maga-
zine which first used the Israel
Cohen hoax, was asked about its
source, it said merely that the
space for the quotation was paid
for by an individual it considered
reliable. It also said that its in-
vestigation, "here and in Eng-
land to establish the accuracy of
the quote" is still going on. Its
investigation could conceivably
go on forever. Meanwhile, the
harm is done; the Israel Cohen
hoax continues to gain space and
time in newspapers, television,
and radio; continues to give new
slogans and sanction to anti-
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Come la with a Group of Friends
for a Complimentary Lesson
13747 N.W. 7th Avenue
MU 8-0085
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CHARLES M. EWING
PLUMBING ft HEATING
CONTRACTOR
631 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
PImm Fl 44251
Licensee! Bid & Completion 3onds Insured
K- HAAr ROOF REPAIRS
ROOFING KUUr $10 MINIMUM
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APPLICATORS OF BONDED COVERINGS
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
ASPHALT ASBESTOS CEMENT SHINGLES
GRAVEL TILE-SLATE ROLL ROOFING, ETC.
NYSTRAND LLOYD CORP.
230 S.W. 17th Avenue FR 44128 or FR 4-4129
Roofs Applied In Any City of S.E. Florida
MEMBER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
TO ALL GREETINGS
Universal Chemical Mfg. Co.
BEAUTY SUPPLIES
2780 W. Flogler Street
HI 8-5989
TO AU GREETINGS
GEORGE DEEN
FINE HOMES mi ESTATES
TtkpkoM rl 9-4721
SHOREIAND ARCADI.
MIAMI 32, FLORIDA
To Our many Friends and Acquaintances ...
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover ...
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
JERRY I MACK
Radiators
Cleaned Repaired Exchanged
(New or Um4)
AU CORES MANUFACTURED AND
GUARANTEED HI MIAMI BY
JERRY & MACK
REPAIR SERVICE
2034 N.W. 2nd Ave. FR 9-2603
Griff la
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HvHt Wishes tw a Happy Passover
KENNY STATIONERS
Stationery Plow Greeting Cards Office Supplies
6047 S.W. 8th Street Phone M0 5-4731
Miomi 44, Florida
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances it is My Pleasure
To Extend Sincere Passover Greetings
John P. Connelly
2955 N.W. 17th Avenue
Phone NE 4-8992
Miami
Air Conditioning, Refrigeration I Steam Fitters
U. A. Local Union
217 N.E. 98th St. AUnfi/^
Miami Shores Mid I IU
PI 7-6031
PL 1-4835
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Arnold Building Corporation
LICENSED AND INSURED BUILDING CONTRACTORS
"We Build re Teer Satisfaction"
Apartments Motels Better Type Homes
Factories Warehouses
Our Estimates and Suggestions Are Free
1839 N.W. 17th Avenue__________________Phone NE 4-3080


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