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

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

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

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University of Florida
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'Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
mie
Number 13
Micmi. Florida. Friday, March 31, 1961
rour boctions
Puce -
U.S. Will
Give Airport
To Saudis
. n !\ JTA Dcsp
.(i bj S
lca.se I 'i nri ,
ise al Dhah
l Slali will finish a
1 r to Si iidi Arabia a i
. line terminal.
'; : ill mill.
7 pi r< ent fini.l
: i -i-A-n; l>\
SI lamed use ol
Dhrahran during the
l years Saudi Arabia no
lon thai the lease
enewed iin ns i iusI be ten
. Ap I 1962
Reap, State Department
i r. said that completion (
"was part of ih<'
.....nt, and we will live
air-conditioned ter
be completed before the
Fon i leaves Saudi Arabiii
ar bj request.
Sj ndi cancellation el th
Mr Bane agreement was
ihile the subject of further
liscusaiofl in Washington
S officials saw in the can- I
non ii" possibiUt) to save face,
*ing the previous Administra-
extreme compromises: in
I iple to i gotiate witb the
- rbr*retention of tbe b.....
living up to the agrei
bs completing the airport
P a s s o v e r E d i t i o n
Morocco Kind
ews
i \SABJ AN( \ ITA Chi. ..... Danan. pn lent ol u
I i -i-il of Mi..... received by th? i ev '
Hassan !l He was accoi wish d< egation from Ra
Vfti : the i on, which IS r.ules, Rabl
Jewish I : graphic Agi m rtei II : in his eyes
;-.. received from the Kins adding*------------------------------------------
herecoivi from the King, addi
lhal "like his !.
lo es us gr< atly
ther, King Hassan
Patriarch prepares to read the Seder service. Pass-
over begins with the first Seder at sundown Friday.
Nasser Attacks Kennedy Plan
To Lend Israel $25 Million
WASHINGTONClTA -The Inited Arab Republic, in a broadcast
monitored here this wick, denounced President Kennedy's announcement
of the new SMr.QftO.OOO l\tw>iMiniwH-B*mT loan to 1*r*pT"arid said llio
Arab economic warfare against Israel was being intensified. The broad-
cast also announced confiscation of Israeli cargoes from two British
- -'in as 'the only thing to do." ships at the Port Said entrance to the Sue/ Canal
> The (JAR -aid that "Israel goods
aboard the British freighters "Clan
Malcolm" and "Chakdara" have
AJComm. Testifies Against
Aid to Religious Schools
VSHINGTON(JTA)The American Jewish Committee submit
mony this week to both houses of Congress endorsing President
proposal for Federal aid to public schools but insisting that
J ould be denied to parochial schools whether Jewish, Catholic
stant, +-----------------
the Constitutional tra- unjust to ask parents who volun-
-p.irat ion oi Church and laril) elect to send t h ir children
American Jewish Com to private schools because they pre-
lhal Federal funds j,, lne type of education givi
be made available to SUch institutions over that offered
sthools either as grants m 'in- public school, to paj thi
A Woroccan Jew gave a lec-
ture on Islam to an audience
which included ths Mcroccan
Minister of National Education
and the Rector of Raat Univer-
sity. The lecturer was Maurice
Ararra, recently named director
of the Casablanca Fine Arts
School. Virtually all members
of the audience were Moslems.
A series of representations to
Moroccan police officials to rescind
an expulsion order against Rabbi
Mordechi i Belinov brought no re-
sults, it was reported meanwhile in
Tans from C^abjajifca.
Soon after Rabbi Belmov's ex-
pulsion order was issued last week.
an attorney mel with Col. A. Ouf-
kir, director of Moroccan national
security, to discuss the order. Col.
Oufkir said that no action would be
taken against foreign Jews already
Ken confiscated and submitted to m Morocco but that no more would "-
a prize court The Cairo radio add-
jed that Arab ports were also in-
formed of the names of these ships
which are to be blacklisted because
of their dealings with Israel."
A Cairo commentator said: "By
this action. Israel wanted to feel
the pulse of the Arab authorities.
If it succeeded, it would begin
Continued on Page 12-A
be admitted into Morocco for any
special missions.
Kabbi Belinov had been in Moroc-
co four months, taking over direc-
tion of the Lubavitcher Yeshiva at
Marrakesh, which has l>0 pupils
Authorities, however, refused to Is-
sue him a work permit The l.uba-
vitcher schools provide schooling
Continued on Page 9-A
ti stimon) was signed
mann, president
ion.
American Jewish Commit-
ihat the crisis in educa-
t be met "within the
I- of sound, public pol-
led over 170 years ago,
that the institution* of
urch and State shall be kept
separate and distinct
'ted States."
in
liscr minatory -1 -
lire cost su< h pi ivaU schoi
in the
testimony Indei d w< ivoul
nfair ai
to a1 i pr to fool
the b wholi n part for
I he i ointi I oui
to irel i as ;>> -
parocl He
d thi I in 1025
.i. wish Committi ha I i ef< nd d
Continued on Page 6 A
Israel Denies Eichmann Trial
Will Soft Pedal W. Germany
ON THE OTHER HAND Page 5 A
JEW 5AI I M ITAiThe Israel Governn i t si i gl> denied twtei
ih.N ek eports thai il had given assurances to We I Gei lan Chan
\ the trii >f Nazi \doll Eichmann i
was to avoid embarrassmenl to West Germany.
Th. ports ha I < manated from*
i re al first informallj circulated, the Israel go'
enied bj governmenl spokesmen made the denial formal in .i si
When the rumor coi tinued to be menl from the
' oil ice
New Cabinet Attempt Fails Again
'' SALEM (JTA) Another
tempt was made this
form .. new Cabinet with
elections now tenta
1' i August.
stion of Foreign Mm
.',' I M ir of Mapai. the
sPn Minister Yitzhak Ben
ol Ichdul Avodah, met
Prime Minister David Ben-
At the meeting, the ques
wrmlni a new narrow coali
ion "Of Mi'.pai and the two lcit wing
parlies Achdul \V0dah and Ma
pain was again raisi
The meeting broke up when
Mr. Ben-Gurion reiterated h*
would not serve in coalition
with the two parties which had
been most hostile in rejecting
him as a candidate to succeed
himself as Prime Minister. Mr.
Ben Gurion saic* he would not
serve even as Defense Minister
in a coalition with the two left-
wing parties.
He added that 8S long as M.'pai
and Achdut Avodah continued their
refusal to retract then- charges
against him which developed
from lu> successful fight to force
Pinhas Lavon out of his posi as
Hrstadrut secretary-general the
Esfakol-headed Cabinet offer was
open only to the Progn ssive party
and the National Religious part)
Government Press
which declared that "Israel
has i entered into any agreement
mhatsoeier concerning tin iris
nor has it conducted any ne
lions with any foreign government
on tin subject."
Another rumor in connection
with the trial, set for Apr. 11,
also was ruashed when Justice
Minister Pinhas Rosen said the
government would not grant im-
munity to Nazis who might come
to testify in the trial. He made
the statement in reply to com-
ment in the Knesset, that Eich-
mann's counsel, Dr. Robert Ser-
Continued on Page 8-A
Algeria Jews
Casting Future
With French
PARIS(JTA)- Mon- than 1.000
\ Jews have left for Israel
so far this month, it was reported
here this week bj .> visitor who
had just returned from Algeria rhe
informant, whose name was with-
held, met with Jewish Leaders n
Algeria. He said that Algerian
Jews were also leaving for Franc
The Algerian rebel organization
has been trying lo calm the E tro-
pean community and the Jews in
recent days, asking them to staj in
Algeria after independent! is
achieved and assuring them they
would be useful and would be
ranted all necessary rights
Many Algerian Jews, however,
were reported a> unwilling to ac-
cept the risk and as desperately
trying to put their affairs in order
so they could lease within a lew
months. They are hampered be-
cause of the difficulty of selling
properties and businesses under
present swiftly changing condi-
tions.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers has
been ree'ected a national
vice president of the National
Council ol Jewish Women at
a convention ol Council in
Pittsburgh. Pa. Mrs. Myers is
currently a vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. ;See story. Pc. 1-B.)


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Friday, Marc): ;.
Samuel Bronfman Museum Will House
Latest Israeli Archaeological Findings
By Soec ai Report
RUSALEMIsrael's Pre*.
< Ben-Zvi a-.nourictd here a
$] million gift from the children of
.iel Bronfman, of Montreal,
president of ers Corporation-
;; .:..:- Ltd toward the erection
oi the A jical and Biblical
Museum in Jerjsalem.
The srift. honoring Samuel Bronf-
iran's 70th birthday, which was
celebrated en Saturday. Mar. 4. is
being marie by his sons. Edgar and
Charles, and his daughters. Mr.-.
Phyllis Lambert and Baroness
Alaine dt Gunzburg.
"The project, which will con-
tilt of more than 15 separate pa-
vilions and galleries," President
Ben-Zvi said, "will be called the
Samuel Bronfman Archeclogical
and Biblical Museum. It will
enable us to exhibit many of the
archeological treasures already
unearthed, and will also provide
facilities for the display of re-
lults of continuing explorations
in this field and their proper
study by local and foreign scien-
tists.
"It will .-idjcit all the archae-
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"This magnificent gift by the
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i its aspirations of becoming a world {
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New light on the Bible, as well as i
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of human civilization, is constantly
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and culture, it is finding that Jeru-
salem should take its place with
Rome and Athen.s a> an emerged
repository for scholarship and arti-
facts in the field of antiquities, the
President of Israel declared.
The Samuel Bronfman Archae-
ological and Biblical Museum
will located er> a hilltop in Jeru-
salem as part cf the area of the
new Jerusalem Museum of Art
arc! Arehaeclcgy. Ir will be ad-
jacent to the Hebrew University
campus and flankec by the new
buildings of the Knesset. To its
immediate riflhf will ise the build-
ing cf the Beia'e' Nation*I Mu-
seum.
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Arcbitecural Jeru-
ling the
Bronfman Archaeological and Bib-
lical buildings, have been prepared
by Prof. A. Mansfield, of the Haifa-
Technion. and D. Gad. of Tel Aviv.
Some 500 community leaders
gathered Monday to honor
U.S. Sen. George Smothers at
a luncheon in the Fontaine-
bleau hotel. The gathering
honored Sen. Smothers "in
grateful appreciation" of. his
ten years of service to the
State of Florida as a member
of the United States Senate.
Guests included Miami Mayor
Robert King High. Program
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phone address mcrking the
occasion by Vice President
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Paw 3-S.
Irgun Chief Buried in Military Cemetery
total of 141 years were celebrated at a double b
Hncheon given by the Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Hospital for
K-o cf its members. Leonard V/ien. chairman. Paul R. Gor-
(< :. celebrating 76 years, lack Corner, 65. and J. Gerald Lev. :s.
lent of the hospital, share smiles as they wait tor the
Icrty to begin.
Florida Univ. Slates Seminar
Ell (JTA) The re-
mains f David Raziel first
.
...
..... .
Herz entlj II mi
V::: ionor were Knesset Speaker Ka :
iish Lu2 seni< \:
pai leaders and repres Natives
ill parties and various youth con-
tingents A tremendous
beard an eulogy of th [irsl Irgun
commander.
Raziel was killed .;'. Iraq in
when he led a Britis
Irgun's "sabotage squad" against
Rashid Al-Ghaliani, i pr>> i
He i- burie! a- Habania I
BnM>h Royal At F tree !>.i-
Baghda i .\r. i reinterred .:: I j
uns were flown !>.; .
I after Da\ i: Ben ; rl >
Defense Minister, approved reb
on Mt, Her?!. Appreci ir the
sture was expressed by Menahem
Bei [in lea ler of Herut. political
successor of Irgun
^Florida's newest university will
tt an ADL conference on pre-
lice." Paul Seiderman, Ann Def-
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i lay
in s0 d.nn4. the University of
ith Florida in Tampa, joins the
Ik- of the University Of Florida.
well a- a number of privately
lowed universities," Seiderman
tlurtd
[Cody Fowler, former president
no American Bar Assn., and
lairman of former Cov. Collins'
-racial committee, Ed Black-
fa o r n, sheriff of Hillsborough
county, and Tampa church and
civic leaders will participate in
the four-day seminar.
"The conference, one of a series
planned for this state, will probe
the roots of prejudice, the social
cost of inadequate housing, hate
monger's activities in Florida,
Tampa race relations, and the so-
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Volume 34 Numbei
f, March 31 19
14 Nisan S
* i _..:... .......
Passe-.
: ing, to ^
The celel. c: Pass<
M nt Israel
theii exodus I
ed in the Haqqa led
: y ol events that fears
and
Thai Passovei
is!
ding resources of the Bacre w sh writii
xh again and again ei ren
tan deliverance
( .! playe,-
But the of Passover zes
re than this, I lover is an c I an
man's unyieldina dete or. to be 1
A., arc today, on the An in continent
ich was until recently cha
irk," end in the
sses, are signs o: such determination.
Like his appetitive drives that car. ne\
slaked, such .- id the ne
ep, liberty is man's :
laved, man strives toward it .: he .
-. : fices !o main:.:.:. I
The exodus from Egypt is one of the earliest
orded examples of a mass movement
hieve freedom. That today, more than 2.500
years after, there are stiil Pharaohs who keep
men in bondage, adds to the continuing signif:-
c nee of the Passover observance.
For Jews particularly. Passover is renewed
in its vitality by the miracle of the State cf Is-
rael's rebirth. Israel is currently marking its
Bar Mitzvah anniversary, end in this sense
Passover assumes even larger historic pro-
rtions than before. A celebration of a double
necoming, the one related in the Haggadah
and the modern reemergence cf a free Israel 13
years ago. Passover stands undiminished in its
vitality, fruitful in its significance, as lews pre-
:e to gather around the Seder table again
ccme Friday eve:.
Mounting Crisis in Algeria
The Algerian Jewish community crisis is
now beginning to reach proportions similar to
the one sustained by Moroccan Jewry several
months ago.
It would be folly to assume that the Moroc-
can Jewish dilemma is solved. The late King
Mohammed V's declaration of friendship, wel-
i :ne in the extreme, was nevertheless pitted
With traps of danger.
His sudden death, and the assumption of
the throne by his son etch more sharply the
ments of the danaer. The new king's new-
est declaration of friendship th:s week, al
welcome in the extreme still leaves Moroccan
: y exposed.
The Jews of Algeria are no less precariou
i tuated. It is now no longer a quest
whether the French will with iw it is now
isstion cf v. (wa] ^rill I
ice. Despite the Jewish community's noblest
intention to I ". an the
Jews of Algeria remain Europeans in the e-.-ej
c. the Algerians.
Thus, the tied to the
fate of the Fi That Algeria:-, fewry is Liked
little more I I ie French seems best exen.
tied by the- m< &\ them by
rebel forces.
TH. libi ration from
French m bom loi
Jewish cor
:: -.
the
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I
mann
- ie in oui owi
I every du<
gue of civil
oui t to take his d
before the verdict I
posi 53.
The Government of Israel b-.
tnn b [] w '. be en ol to the
world on th ality of the j
rent seen. But E tl e
fendai Is hardly a question of sp<
\i the months go by the furious
n staging 1
i purpose. W
lesson wi .-,.
But Dr. Servatius i servation about lelev
cameras po?es the ques.ic:-. ol va
showmanship a question that even those of
with a sense of
-. must examine seriously.
With the accent thus far on 'he one i
than on the other, will the trial be sell del
and anti-climactic?
The Middle East Pinch
Saudi Arcb:a's unilateral can --. cf
the Dhahran Air Base aqreement last week was
President Kennedy's first overt taste of Arab
recalcitrance.
The attack against him launched by UAB
President Nasser several days ago was the
second.
Nasser had some chosen and unkind wo
for Mr. Kennedy because of the Preside:-.' < :.
nouncement at a recent press conference o
U.S. decision to ex.end Israel a $25 mil!
credit fo- aarioultural equipment, among ot
Israeli needs.
We are certain the President was
aware of the extent of the difficulties involved
when, during the course of his can.
August, he pledqed before a gathering >f 1 t
Zionist Organization of America to work tow.
an Lsrael-Arab rapprochment.
But the realities of experience ere a
another matter. In office but a little ovei
months, Mr. Kennedy has already
die East pinch.
Whatever the horizons of the East-W-
war, whatever Us extent, even the Soviet U
our most poweriul enemy, welcomed the
tion of Mr. Kennedy. Even the Soviet Uni
perhaps less in ion than declaratic
tec the hope that the new Pr<
md better reiat.
ocs.
Only Mr. Nasser .-.

during Hie week
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by 170 MINDLIN
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Karl .
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Confe.
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I: i mi into I m oi
lUt hisfa ry M ill *
o-.it that thei nothii -. abli. or even tikabli !!sPl*
Dr. Graham i i..... i | his tv
wen ii in the Spani ih Inq ..-.-
ow of blood from ||
nd only, the ui .l5

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em.
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U*ad i m his view, al
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ent to whit
Graham's u M is a
norse tl is bi
i that as it may. Dr pintu
j lizers ; :
es them en
"f' evei ich, the n
iti n at all. If I .
asi like feel that th< r exclui
ih.it a selectivi process ia involved in the choosinj I
But Dr. Graham shows me up as a poor brotherru
exclusive element in his organization li<-- in its l .--
announcing for Christ which. Incidentally, is Greek for
?rail may participate in that exclusivity.
THE DANGEROUS LOSS OF IDENTITY
in A parallel re of brotherhood. Dr Irving L
l:- r ol Temple Emanu El. accepted an invital
i Dr Graham's mi tu \. Ret K..ri pan t<
It quite righteous about
man is a man of infiniti to boot i Ie
rice, who has ever} concehable type of invitation a<
1 w'"'l: e name of human solidarity, take < n n i
Presti r '' "!' ''si bul Just imagine tl
I Dr Lehrman b
l:' rabb" spok voicing many fine sentiment
' under the fatherhood of <; .
in ever) brotherhood I
the Billy Graham Crus
leaving brotherhood
: these people are .
Winding u| I verj sensible presi nr.it
' bi Lchrn an b es ed Dr Grahan
ipon which I |
" : ey i alls i : rich journalism in i
ler** i'U expi rU
irk able announcin Such
tierhood

rent
: tit}.
A HIM that should nivek
^ONT see Operai inn." Thi- no budget
ition Eichmann is .
ed six millioe i
K is the su live qua l
Kl ,s ., iynpha j
Mill
: rn r Klemperei

T^'nrifp tn \ap \mattiarr
at thi
K'ch er heard I ivia I
Dr. Servatius' Reservation
.Israel es have ruled aaai:-.?t L>r.
Robct Se: servatio the gov<
ment's announced decision to televise the E
mann tra! proceedings.
In hah- of the enormity o' the crime
volved, there bitterly amu.
Some 500 civic leaders ac-.-
on M -ach to pay tribuv to
Smothers for his I
since his election to the I
back in 1S~
Sen. Smothers' role in the recent ?
tial campaign brouaht added '' '' Brl "l ,h-' "me waj thai S
:\ Hill. I. It casts \
Sen. Sr
tor a.

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preferring the ki>r wi
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Israel to Guard Relations With Bonn
i oft to riqht are Herman Weintraub. Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict; Ben R. Winick, Knoxville, Tenn., national vice president
let the ZOA. receiving a resolution from Joseph Mechlow,
:;m-Gables District; Ezra Fineqold, North Shore Disuict
t resident; and Gil Rappaport. executive director, Southeast
jrcaion of ZOA. Resolution urged acceptance of important de-
L sions at the recent 25th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem.
Israel India Ties Viewed
'ill SAl I'M (JTA The
) uccs stren thening Israel-
i i iperation in health, agn-
( velopmenl of water re-
[ and other in Ids were
,, : .I ,i- good" this week l)> ,
\ R ifael, assistant director-
i ii oi Israel's Foreign Mm
v
[Mr Rafael recently returned
i \. u Delhi where he held
ersations with Krishna Menon
ting Foreign Minister Lak
" Mi non,
[ Rafael reported that India
imied that the recently opened
r l eague office in New Delhi
lid not be permitted to inter
i iel-Indian and other
I \. i relations
el pointed iit th;it al-
I 1/ i ue requested
i< office, India per-
mi i the office
.. to llw 1.1 ban
THE MA'.' WITH
THE MOUSTACHE
BONN(JTA)The trial of Nazi
war criminal Adolf Eichrnann in
Israel, which is scheduled to begin
in Jerusalem on Apr. 11, will be
conducted in a way not to effect
the present friendly relations be-
tween the Jewish State and the
West C.crman Government, the Is-
raeli Government was reported
here todaj as having informed
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
Despitt the assurance; however.
which were conveyed to the Chan-
cellor by the Israel Mission in Co-
logne, I)r Adenauer and many of
* his associates expect a new wave
of anti-German feeling abroad
when the concentration camp
atrocities of the Nazi regime are
reviewed before the Israeli court
next month.
A special West German prose-
cutor's office will be set up to
study evidence emanating from
Ihe Eichrnann trial which would
incriminate West Germans. Dr.
Frani Myers, Premier of the
North Rhine Westphalia state,
said that any such evidence
would be checked immediately
to prevent any "long period of
smoldering unrest."
In reassuring ;he West German
Chancellor on the prosecution Of
he case, the Israeli Government,
Ii was learned, informed ;>.- Aden-
auer :h;it they do not intend to han-
dle the Eichrnann trial in a way
that 'would pul German-Jewish re-
lations hack to wh.re they were
in 1945
The Israeli Government als<
dicated that Eichrnann testimony
on hi> role in the murder i I
lions of European Jt a n aj
volve comparatively few dis<
ur< about German w ar cnmn
that arc n<>; already pu
knew ledge
Eichmann's list of war i rin
i i rates is i eported to incl
former Nazis alread) tried !>\ i
man and Allied courts; h ar cr
nals still al large in the Mi<
East, S >.i.ii Ami rica ;.;: lut&ide (ii rmanj. and per-"';
'.'. i -'. German) still aw ai'ing
sccution by German court.-.
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Jordan Protests Jerusalem Parade
JERUSALEM JTA Jor-
dan made its annual formal protest
his week to the Israel Jordan
Mixed Armistice Commission
against Israel's plans to hold it<
annual Independence Day parade
in Jerusalem, Jordan contended
thai the heavy guns and tanks
planned to be included in t h e
paradi were contrary to the arm-
istice agreement.
The agreement docs limit the
size and quantity ol weapons h
each country is permitted to h ve
in its sector of Jerusalem but Is-
rael, as on each previous >cca
notified Jordan it planned to b
[ in armaments over the limits I r
several hours solely lor parade
play.
It has been standard practic >f
the two countries to notify i i
ether on such oc has always submitted ;i protcs to
the Mixed Armistice Com mi
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1961
Dr. Lehrman Talks at Billy Graham Meet
Founders Club honors Jacob Sher ct its annual dinner .dance.
Leonard A. Wein, Jacob Sher J. Gerald Lew:.- .-..".er.t oi
Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer gather around
< huge cake before cutting ceremonies begin. Founders
Club of Mt. Sinai was started in 1955, and it? membership is
tr.ade up of the men and women of the community whc r.cve
contributed S50.000 or more to the hospital.
Miami Officials Study Free Port
-..raid L. Fine, chairman, an-
: ced this week thai the City of
"'.ami economic advisory board
I ai appointed a fret port commit-
i as .. result of the recent meet-
ii of the board at which the pro-
i m d location of i fr< e port" in
! rida. and the p I le economic
a vantagi ighl hav tor "he
:;'.i-Dade area, were discussed.
itj Manasi r Sleh in Reese as
present at thi meeting t< present
U i city's poll l of view, if the
i catii n of a "free port in Miami
wen advantageous to our cum-
i it) .' rial irally, would I
it. ,!;red "However, at
Mode/ Seders Sponsored
gue of Youni:
* '' ami sponsi r< d
Seden
School chil-
li: 11 '.
this roint. 1 believe many factors
must be studied befon an; steps
toward petitioning tin government
are taken.'"
Alfred Canel. executive vice
president of the Miami-Dad? Cham-
ber ol Commerce and a member
of the board, discussed the history
of the free port'" in relation to
previous studies done in this area
and pi inted out that the "'free
port" is more correctly termed a
"foreign trade zone
Cane! urged further study and
such a study includt an
analysis of the volumt ol present
i and that ;. bonded
wareh> ar. alternate be givei
i "ion.
Max I r i :-> r pioneer business
and civic leader, was appointe
chairman i f th< com-
mitti i which will in< ludt
and Thomas J Lai

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Fridav. March 31. 1961
-Jewish fkrrtiir
Page 7-A
Religion in Schools Case Resumes
Officers of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, for 1961-32 elected at a
met 3ath David Congreqation on Mar. 14 are Ei Klein
(cer.'cr c_:-going president, turning over the gavel to EU Hur-
witr n octed president. Look-.na on are [left to right)
San.'crd Sv.erdlin. vice president; A. David Rayvi*!, president-
elect; and Marvin Pearlman, vice president. Other officers
inciuJe Saul 3!ake. recording secretary; Martin Budnick, treas-
ure- Mil >n Hnhn, financial secretary Edward 3. Klein, mon-
i Palmer, corresponding secretary, Roland Hcrovitz,
nonitar; Harry Goodman, warden; Alfred Kreisler,
ass.-.: warden; David K. Chaplain, auardian; and Myron
Co'.c" ass.i'.ant quardian. Named as tr'i^'.ees were Samuel
I .* !-^ Schatzman, Arthur Zweiqenthnl. Leo Axlrod, Sam
i dmar. "rod Shochet, Joseph M. Lipton. Martin Parp.es, Sam
S I Louis Friedman. Bernard Newn.crk. Bernard Liber-
'.'.' -. Friedman, Israel Bel'.enkoff and Philip Beikowitz.
Noted Physician At Sinai Series
I ral arguments will c -.dude
the law suit against re
in the Dace county pi
schools on Apr .
suits which ha\e been p
nee May. I'Jou and Septembei.
'. 159 !-: tctivel), were br night by
11;.: i(jw Chamberlin a n >i Edward
Resnick, Philip and Thalu Stern
and Elsie Tlmrner again?! the
Dade County B:iard of Public In-
struction () enjoin the board from
permitting religious pi ictices ;:;
the public scho >ls
The trial began last lu y 18 I
proceede I for < period F foui lays
< I ,- .i hour:,,' I '),', i.i- !
leath m th,' famih of pr
Friti Gordon, who then se!
1 >cl :; i'ir resumption it the
At that time, the plaintiff* conclud-
ed the r :ases, and the lefendants
presented their> Written briefs
submitted Dec 10 by the
plaintiffs, the defendants and the
intervenors. Oral arguments were
then set tor the Apr. 4 late
The plaintiffs sought to estab-
lish "that multiple sectarian re-
ligious practices were occurring
almost on a daily basis in the
pLblic schools," and introduced
evidence "that Bible reading as
practiced according to state law
is a sectarian practice and that
the law itself has been violated
by sectarian comments on the
Bible readings."
The plaintiffs also night to
t th Lord's pi
the recitation >t which is a com-
mon practice |< county pub-
1 is a sectarian prayer.'
'and the [race be-
meals as pi I is also sec-
state
and fe
E\ tdence a- inl I to show
thai assembly programs at F.a-ter
crucifixion, util-
mounted
m a cr -- : .. i ibleau.
Christm i- pr igrams which de-
picted the ilso shown
'.<> have taken place .; man y
5i tarian baccalaureate
. es, religious ensus, religious
tests for id the u
- i tarian films in I ither materials
were also intr i in -ed :n evidence
by tiie ;;: i
The defendants and interven-
ors sought to show that no laws
had been violated by the "devo-
tional*" or other practices. They
also argued that attendance at
religious practices which exist
"is not compulsory and that psy-
chological coercion alleged by the
plaintiffs is not admissable."
Nine intervenors in the c a s e
joined with the School Board in
denying unlawfulness : 'he prac-
Thi1 intervenors include
membei the board of the Cou
lurches i : a |
intinue religiou< is in
the pul :;i lools
The American rtwish C ingress is
: i
Le > Pft
nal tor of the Con
.-.oil La md S il v. I i
Bernar I < M indler Ol M I a <
h Harlou < t- m bei !:: is r i
resented by the Florida :\ il L >
Mow a. I W. Dixoi _,
. :i
Farband Official
Talks Wednesday
I. i ij il secretary of
I ind Labor Z ust Order and
memb .'. t Ac
tion Committee will be prim rl
speaker al tl I Pm-ki F .
School Pass r elebration i >
Wednesday evening al the \:-
Entertainment will include V I
dish and Hebrew >ongs bj Kat
Harrison, songs and recita i ins
children of the David Pinskl Sell I ',
and community singing conducted
b> Bei V im
Atten ling the I i I ba
memtx rs f the F irband L
Zionist rder, P '' '
eer '' men's i Passot
freshments ull
: r direcl >r
i
H !i-::i r Cl ind
.Oil HOSptl l:
i ichsner Me I
i professor ol u
: t ni\ ersit) s h i ii
. professor pro
P '!' .-i'M'.-".
pital : i series "hub opened
Mundi end Saturday ac
cordn Richard M Fleming
lirecl lepartment of gen-
eral it Mt. Sinai Hospital
Di Ochsner participated in an
opera) > clinic during the week.
and v 1 close the program with a
clinic! pathological conference on
Satur j morning,
in We In lav evening, Dr.
Ochsner, a leading authority on
lun- cancer, -poke on the "Increas-
ing Menace if Bronchogemc Carci-
noma
l'on:< rtTic sessions are spons-
ored I \ the annual postgraduate
seminar of Mt Sin;u Hospital, and
wer i pen l by Dan B Ruskin,
vice of the board of
truste< -
Cardiac Hospital
Is Accredited
Nati nal Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital, which recently announced
J| p!an> tor new buildings and ex-
panded facilities in the Metropolt-
tan Medical Center at NW 12 ive .
has ju-t been the recipient of ac-
creditation if the Joint Commis-
sion or. Accreditation of Hospital*.
Accfrdin-4 -o Richard I Beren
son. president of the chanty Insti-
tution concerned with heart disease
in children, "the hospital joins a
select group if accredited hospi-
tal., following a survey made here
a few weeks ago."
The Joint Commission, headed
bj Kenneth B. Babcock, director.
la composed >f representative, of
the American Hospital Assn Ame-
rican '' i || (Ssn the American
Coll. i f Physicians, and
American C il fe ol Surge ins
Dr. Leikowifz
Talks in Ocala
Dr. li M Lefkowitz, ol
grega:..,p fchavath Cbesed, in J u
aonville n is to represent the Jew-
ish (i i society as h cturer
at Hampton Junior College in Ocala
on W't Ines la) and Thursday. Rabbi
Lefkowitz was to participate in the
Religious Emphasis week program
t tn< tUege He was scheduled
to lecture i several classes, parti-
cipate m a oanel discussion and
faculty sem
On Th' he was to -
at an .
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Won't Soft-Pedal Trial, Israel Says
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vaiius, had sought immunity for
such proposed defense witnesses.
Mr. Rosen said that if any Naxis
wtre brought to Israel, he would
take all possible s*eps to prose-
cute them.
Mr. Rosen also said that the gov-
ieni had no intention of paying
for the transportation of defense
witnesses. He said the government
l iol received such a request
ai that the arrangement under
h [srael was paying Dr Ser-
A, js' legal fee was the most that
ci d be expected
Servatius mi anv h le followed
I gal aide. Dieter Wechtenberg
! tr'est Germany Th aide ven
(esi Gi rm in> to look for de
tense witnesses I>r Servatius
. the trip to atU n I sp 'cial
hearing before the Munich court
on his claim for West German pay-
ment of his defense fee He has
-aid that he would return the
money to Israel if West German)
pays hi- fee.
Dr. Servatius had filed a claim
with the We-: German government
for payment of his legal fee. citing
previous West German payment- hi
such cases. His claim was rejected
and he filed suit.
Another disclosure was thai set
oral hundred threatening let
written in Nazi style terminology
in reference to the Eichmann trial
have been received from
eo mtries A Government Press
Office s] i ki sman said that tl i
tei w< r< part ol i imbei
>n the trial and thai n >sl
letters ex| ... over
the seizun
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The Israel Government Prs
Bureau denied this week reports
that official aporoval had been
given to a special seminar for
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attorneys wculd be able to attend
the Eichmann trial.
According to report- ori
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Morocco King Assures Friendship
\
Continued from Page 1-A
, i i .n !\ 2.')JO Jcwi.-li pupils in
CO.
* repct from Morocco receiv-
ed in P*'i* *id that a tenmonth-
o'd Jewish boy, Makhlouf Wa-
nna, was kidnapped by Moslems
in the Jewish quarler of Casa-
blanca. The infant was being
ooVed after by his eight-year-aid
sister, whose attention was dis-
tracted by the kidnappers who
then spirited off the infant. The
i
abduction is one of the many that
have taken place recently in the
Jewish quarter of Moroccan
cities.
pmptoms i i va in thai in view of Ihe threats by
Morocco a encouraging, and Moroccan ministers agaii mass
there are reports of renewed anti- ..,
lewish press iganda and the
Inued imprisonment of 42 J ws late King Mohammed s interview
alleged to be implicated in an cmi Jewish leaders, "it ap-
gration group, British Board of Dep- Pears more advisable to issue a
Ltties president Sir Barnott Janner more sober and realistic state
old the Board in London thi- week a corrective to the over-opti-
mism of some Jewish pronoum:e-
The Board president stressed ments."
Israel's
tmiuj mm

needs help1.
ISRAEL'S strong man is not a military dictator. He is
;. tai (-working imm farmer, rooted in the soil.
He is one of 130,000 on the 4S3 settlements estab-
I! ihed in Israel with the help of UJA funds since 1948.
His hands awakened neglected earth rolled back
the desert ... created villages in the wilderness.
He is one of the architects of Israel's | moo. security
B ; onoi c '': His hard-won crops have made
I II i".....Istuffs.
Th sources of his trength? His own courage plus
y .:: help, thi :: Appeal.
U h( has ace igh the years, he
i till far i I
He seeds more sod better irrigation, livestock, roads,
power, machinery. And. courageous as he is. he cannot
break through the economic barrier alone.
Help today with your generous contribution to
the 19G1 United Jewish Appeal.
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BY THE
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r Friday, March 31. 1931
Passover to Open on Friday Evening
Jews throughout Greater Miami will h -
al services Fridaj e\ to be fol 'i'ii bj the firsi S
Passover preparation on Friday includes I
Siyum Ha B'Chor servu pr
coding tht- mornii j
7:30 a.m.. last lime ir eating
chajnetz, 9:30 :i
selling and burnii :i
ceremony called Biur 1
10:30 a m
Bedikat Chametz, tne traditioi
search for chain I iuld m-
pleted the evenir
day .1! sundown, $0 -h .: : h. -n .? ~.....:-:
is left anywhere in the house Pass
over services a> J
and Sunday moi
ond Seder he! v
M< mbers ol Rel i : ,-:;..
congregations onlj mark
!'.,?sover and hol one Se r
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
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REMEMBER
The memories ot Passovers gone by the search and sale of the Chotmt- Grandpa
poking around the kitchen making the horseradish and the Crtorachit putting on the
ne suit ol clothes and shoes pockets full ol hazel nuts and almonds anxiously
waiting lor the Seder to start Uncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always late the whole
tamily together Grandpa looking Irke a king propping the pillow on the chair beside
him Grandma ti'ed after baking and cooking all day but "Mi Milchi" my queen he
called her the K.ddush and then my turn for "Ma NishUnah" and the answer given
with Grandpa s voice ringing out over all the first hall ol the Hijjdifi almost over
even the bitter herbs tasted so good Passover it was always "strong' ah were com-
pelled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt water and
then the meal nobody, but nobody, could cook better tnan Grandma we ate and
ate and then the "Benchen" and the rest of the Hagadah and some more cups ol
wine and the opening ol the door and the stories of how in the old country someone
frightened the whole family by appearing at that door but best o all the songs with
which the second half of the Hagadah abound and the feeling of drowsiness content
ment and the thought that tomorrow the same thing once more
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Your CM leaders: 1961
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
BURTONS. KAHN and HARVEY L. SALOMON: Nc 3-1 i S< es
ton S K
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. t ikei are of. j w<
t to city grow
l jor Jewish philanrhr
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n for oth< r bn>.: ess ai
professi I men who some-
ps are "t i I isj to :.>kt
\ i r such communitj r<
t.i -
Kahn ;ind Salomon
Hollyw'd Temple
Installs Officers
mil installation of newlj
officers and tri~r< <
i Beth El was held during
..:!; services on Friday even
the Temple, the newly-com-
: eted Reform Congregation at
S 14 av Holljwood.
ecial service <>i consecration
li occasion took place, with
. members and congr<
. ting Ttustei i w< n
blessed by ''
/. Jaffee, who ind
i lay-leadership and cha
I i ;hc responsible ies 11
I n< to pri sideni I tl i
:i. n in bt}-..
Officers and trustees e* *be
Tl o e are A. L. Mailman, hono-
president; Milton Forman
en dent; Dr. Harry M. Permes-
ll vice president; Henry Kes*
> ce president; Sidney M. Selirv-
c- vice president; Dr. Morton
A&ra-m, secretary; Dr. Mai-
:? W Samuels, treasurer Mai-
n Neuwahl, financial secre-

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\ is t< b< 'hi- recipienl >J
National Headliners Club
d for "consistently outstand
.;>i coverage of news events."
i announcement was made by
Thomas I'aprocki. of the Associa-
ted Press, chairman of the board
i judges
The actual awards. Headliner
Ivor medallion plaques, will be
at a luncheon on Saturday.
Apr 8. at the Ritz Carlton hotel in
Atlantic City, N J Ralph Renick.
WTVJ vice president in charge of
news, will attend the luncheon to
receive the award
The station received its first
frward from the Headliners in 1956
'w > Headliners Club is a national
M'ipanization of professional news-
pnen representing every state in the
pation and seven foreign countries.
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BURTON KAHN
HARVEY SALOMON
Beach Youth Fencing Hopeful
Man Lubarr "46 W 19 si Miami barr ha> fenced a pair of bouts
fn ;.:. at Yi sh va Col- .\;-.. .- both, he is regard-
'.< -<. is a member oi ;l" varsitj <> as good prospect bj coach
fi cing team at th< New York Art Tauber, and ,- expected to se<
school
Survivors
Are Sought
By Special Report
NEW Y< IRK \ global search
; tituti by ihe World
Jewish Ci ii New York for
survn thi Majdanek con-
camp
' M\i\ shot
N
I to
ip of-
hi for prosecution by
authorities.
Mfl^danek, ence a camp for
PoLsh Jewish prisoners of war.
was transformed into a concen-
tration camp by the Germans for
the Jews from Ihe ghettos of
Warsaw, Lublin and its surround
ing areas. There were five sec-
tors, each split into 24 barracks.
Majdanek was the scene of one
of the Nazis' mosl monstrous acts
In one single day, November 3.
1043. 18.000 Jews were murdered
In all, about 250,000 victims died
in the gas chambers and at the
hands of Nazi firing squads, and
. nsiderable action in future sea- their bodies burned in the crema-
the sabn Lu- sons.
toria of the camp
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Friday. March 31
First Seder Slated Friday Evening
Abe Gelbart (right', dean of the Graduate School of Science at
Yeshiva University and a world-renowned mathematician, is
shown with R. Wms. Apte and Jack A. Cantor, co-chcirmen of
the Florida Committee for Yeshiva University. Editor-in-chief
of Scripta Mathematica, a leading mathematia rial, Dr.
Gelbart was or.e of the featured speckers at the Yeshiva Uni-
versity dinner Tuesday in honor of Samuel C. Levenson "for
his services to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the
Miami community."
Nasser Attacks Kennedy
Move to Give Israel Loan
Continued rrom Page t-A
Tri;ggling goods on a w;do scale.
Israel resorted to tb;s affair after
it became evident that it was im-
possible for it to pass through the
Arab canal and after it had ex-
hausted all political and military
rraneuvers to attain its ends."
Attacking President Kennedy for
announcing the r< cent an i" Is-
rai lh< Cj --... i I' i
Kt nnedj all th< world's pr< blems
RnrrvahOHi
AIR
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5 that of I.'
and the millions of ollars of as-
- slant e to .; This s> mpathj with
Israel show K nni..>-.:; ...'..-
polic)
The "Egyptian Home Service."
in an Ar;.h:c broa l< lo the Arab
vorld, also denounced Mr Kenned}
for aiding Israel ..r'! pat ing the
way for il to can*) out new agres-
The br<<;td( .,-1 ..;!: I I
1 niti States which is now d< I
the Arabs by 1 xten ling ai '. to Is-
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wrath ai i hatred ol thi ^rabs
n support oi
: nothii : but evil
laj reap
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in israeil
INDEPENDEN1
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g\.j gv\ I" Rabbi Sam-
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FLAGLER GRANADA r>C NW 51t pi
Conservative. Cantor Fred Bernstein.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th t. Or-
tnouox. Rabbi Aiexance- Gron.
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Davd Sh.ipuo. Cantor Vehud.ih'
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ter Conservative. RatiDi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
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Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
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TEMPLE ADATH VESIBUN !13C
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WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
rtauoi aamuel Jaffe.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM cf Ho"y-
wooo onrce St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
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TEMPLE BETH 5HOLOM. 4144 Chas
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromer
Cintcr David C'nvilf
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2:n3 *<.r Const' vative. Rabbi Ha-i,
L Lawrence

TEMPLE EVAN'L-EL. 1701 v\ashmg
ton ave. Cons-iv.itive. Kibbi Irvine
Lehrman. Cantor Hnsch Adler.

TEMPLE lSRt. "37 ml 15th -.
Refc-m. Rabo- Joseph R. Naro-
Cantor JacoD B.rnstein
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Telephone FR 9-9825
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BY
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SEED STORE
116 S. M-ami Ava. ?. Pi 8-8773
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Kidcv. March 31. 1961
fJenisfi fkrff'cfgir
Page I3-A
luiea folk dan re grouo which per form-
International FolV veil K'ld in
at the Kialeah Municipal Auditorium
are .'left to right* Beatrice Levin, Elaine Ede!-
man, Kitherine Levin, Sondrc Levy, director,
Linda Edelman, Norman Levitt Sonny Levitt.
iras Murdered Woman Mengele Husiiress? *
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La Razon said th woman was
kii'ed hy a secret Nazi group
"formed to protect Nazi war
criminals hiding in Argentina."
Tre newspaper desci bed the vic-
tim as a survivor of a Nazi con-
centration can"o and as having
come to Argentina on a West
German passport. Both the West
German arH Israel embassies
have refused to comment on the
report.
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Friday. March 31
Leo Pfeffer Speaks Tuesday
A, dedication ceremonie. ol Ihe new le* G; ISffcSS
National Tumi oilice Ml to right Sol Hbramo* ...............L'
^ ,.,\ v : rman ol
n Fund and
BVorld Zionist Acl
In order i iter M
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JNF Dedicates New Offices
Executive board ol the lewish Loon J Ell. cha
National Fund Council o! Greaiei th National
Miami last week dedicated the live board, I upon Board
.. JNFF offices ... 120 Lincoln memo
rd Rooms 390-391 0. 1
The derivation comimmced with m oJ .,_, Q annou
n.e.fta Mexxuiah b, ban, n JNF
Schachno JNI financial >ecretar> ,'.,.,. ershi V.sem las been
R.bbi Ma>er lbr.mow.ta pre*, ^ ,
dent of the Com* rethebene in > DC.rcce.
diction, discussing the New Hoi "' ... .... ., ,.. ,.. .. lj
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.mil the new quartet ol > ouiion
dollar goal which the JNF has as *
sumed "in order to develop the
deserts > pace
Rabbi Abramowiti warned thai
unleaa we conquer the desert, the
desert will conquer us
Pr Irving Lehrman, chairm
Foundation for Jewish National
Fund, lauded tti>' opening ol the
new offices "a* i (treat step ir
ward and one of significant prog
res*

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Catholic
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Funds
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:n the lining r m -
will be conducte ibbi
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rempU Ner rai i pai la .
Jewish National Fund Urges
Unique Passover Celebration
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monument
to tree \ n
m Foresl n i
ate time
needs
\ -"und than
;.,,..,, ., holldaj > redemp-
tion '
Miami Bfjch coortolman Kerv
neth Oka, former miyor, brought
greeting* rd extended good
with** for the further develop
mtnl and increased growth of
Jewish National Fund which." he
stressed, "is the sole instrument
for reclamation of the desert and
wastelands in the State of Israel.
On the eve ol Passover, Rabbi
Mayer Abramowiti, president >>t
the Greater Miami t ': ;l!t'
Jewish National Fund. has called
upon the communitj here '.> cele-
brate the holida> that marks
ancient Jew sh exodus from Eg>P
nan bondage "in the moat unique
manner possible "
Rabbi Vbramowiti .i i >i that
Presdium. commented that "the
double return home highlight*
the Passover season todaythe
return, as related in the Hagga-
dah and the return symbolized
by Israels Bar Mitxvah year."
Leon KM. chairman ol the ex-
ecutive board of the Greater Mi
ami Council, in joining Rabbi Ab-
ramowiti and Goldman's plea for i
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"nothing can be more fitting than ,3 ... for Jewish families to plant trees ., :v nt.t
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FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1434
710 S.W. HA Avenue
M atr F i
in Israel ng tribute to Pass
,vei tins is .1 double ret u r n
Rabbi Vbramow ti added
war celt
;.;-,i annivers
i
years ol -
trees
pi .
re said that 'the job ot
mption now i> mainly a physi-
e Israel is a sovereign Jew
ish state, but the Jewish National
Fund remains the instrument of
the entire Jew pf
si perfon | m ich
sks i- it
soars ago
the
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N.YV 25'h St. at 103-d Ave.
TU 5-1689
T"he South 5 most beau* *.'
Je.N i Cen e
Cs-r Way Branch Office
HI 4-9849
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Miami t Only
Jewish
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Exclusive Oeoler
ROCK OF AGES
FAMILY MEMORIALS
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LEGAL NOTICE
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are hei eb) notified thai a
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the Hill i f i umplalnt on the
attorney, BEN ESSEN,
: s< old n illding, H an I i lorlda,
rile tin original ,\n>^.: in the
e of the <" rk ol th. < Ircull Court
befon April io. |M1, in default
which the Bill ol Complaint ni
;,. taken > feased against you.
LTE1' March 7th, l( I
E UEATHERMAN. Clerk
r< id Court, Dad* County, Florida
i By: K. M l.YMAN,
I laputy Clerk
l N ESSEN, ESQ
Building
Florida
9 10-17-24-31
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HI REBY riVEN th.it
. :r ned d< siring I ngage In
rietltl i i ol
ill: VSTERN SALES (l I
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ITY JUDOE'S COURT
S AND POR DADE COUNTS
FLOI D* N PP.OBATE
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BY HENRY LEONARD
"No, no, children Today we look for
Chometz ... it's tomorrow for Easter Eggs.'
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LEGAL NOTICE
N THI CIRCUIT cr.cror THE
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LEGAL NCTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
i UNITED STATES D'&TR CT COURT.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
MIAMI DIVISION
NO 10.3M-M-C v
(Consciidated'Caie! Net "C:?9.
10.400, -o-iO' ic ca o.m i -
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you ARE HEREBY NO! IPIED that
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'n. th.- Plaintiff, for the i r-
of a at follow t, Ij ins >'" 'i*-' In i >ad
Ci ii I v. Florida :
Th. SW 1/1 of the SE 1 I of the
NW 1 4 of Section 11 Township 55
S ith, Ranse 40 f.<>;. Dad< County,
F Ida
Yi >U ARE REQUIRED to file
ran .-r otbi i nsl>< plead-
ingi to th BUI of nt flli ii In
th i on or t fon th. i ith daj i '.
April. 1961, oi it. Hi ereol to puffen
i Decrei Pro Confetti io bi ntered
nsl you
DATED I ol Man h
E B LE ^THERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Di im PI.
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LEGAL NOTICE

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7-24-S1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN that :
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Ccal GJ'Otnj No One. Inc.
(Nc. 10.398- M-Civil)
Th. .^'i nth IM 3 feel rei ord di--
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the it. vlaad Plal tIon of TA-
\ll \MI PINKS rdll t to Plat
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SOT1CE is HEREBY GIVEN that
-Io .i. dl Blrll K to I ti i; ;i
thi flctltioua nami of
.-l I BOARD SOUTHERN CHEMICAL
COMPANY at : S VI". 6th Sir. t.
I Miami, Florida Intends to register siii
| nami i h he Cli rli of the Circuit
I Court ol Dadi County, Florida
CHARLES W SLATER
Sole i Iwm r
HERMAN COHEN
Attoi ne) foi Applicant
I I Congri I
Mi.in i. Horlda
3 24-31, l 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
lerxigm I, desiring t.. engage in
business nnder thi fictitious name of
LIGHT ASSOCIATES si glOt N.B.
::'ith Street n, -. Miami, Florida In-
pgivter ta il n mo- With the
lit i "ourt ol I lada
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Miam, Florida, Friday. March 31, 1961 Sectio:: B
Mr and Mrs Ben Zion (Rutht Ginsburg wi re m irrii Mar. 23.
1930 in < bicago, and to mark the 31st anniversary of the even: las*
they,chose I celebrate "a deux" with a romantic dinner il
andlelight Inn m Coral Gables, on to the show "Two for the
Saw." and ending the evening at Juniors Mar.) winter visits
ded the Ginsb irgs' move here as permanent resi in 1947,
in I (hej have both always been active in communr
jects
\lr (i is pa-' president of the Miami Beach Board of Realtor-
Ruth :- on the b ard of many women's clubs an i mi the natii aal
j randeii University National Worn n's < isl
i | the Greater Miami chapter Son E l<* ird is in I -
, .r sville. and daughter Bar ira ned to
I jack Rossoff chaplain at Ft. Monmouth Fr:: a
iugl R ma, who still compute: nths...
Lorraine and Harvej Salomon Col verj
, of then wedding anni\ -r- '. that
of the holidays i Susan
i, lebrate witl thi VI pr
, .;,.. md is a member of 1
v [)T at tin l >ity ol Miami Bu
not at the sari so lots >i re in i a planned 0
on, Scott, age 8 ... He a tends Miami
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Dinner g< > atthe Kendall home of F> I.......-
. ..., :. M ix St iltmans, of Deti a Fri i is
he women- In >i< n Ai
tj at Ti \viv -' also <
I visioi for Israel Bon I -
if the hoard of
-national din cl
Th- Mike Mersels and Sidnej Lefcourts
Gal planning their next junket togel one
com inj so much lasl year m Eui this .- a natural
y oshei laughter and s< v. Drs Joan and J -
iil part) Sunday afl ti on it is h >me. 2 I
G tests of honor were on in I broth
f, i. :i David. 7. and Eve 5, h
- e 11 Is and relativ< -.
bjoj the music of an iccord

S, endii iveek with her father in Israi L will
it irld tear which Lore.- .-ban: Be". .
D, l ,i ire making They left on the Dutch Liner
: Evergla li re< i ntly, i
I her st< ps, and pi k up th Ora ije .
S ie return trip thre h &i
i >, rlin, gave very deuiled tnstm I aUeKe
esses w i shoes to match from Hong King ilong one ol
sizing iris from Tokyo, at I U txom "'*
Han Id and M :key Granoff (Graco Paper Co r a long-
i iream w the) leave Tuesday : r a European tour ml
Wi tak< -' ven weeks and include Israel. .
Mr- Anna Susman, 1034 Pennsylvania ave.. left Monday for
Milwaukee, Wis to be with daughter Dorothy and son-in-law Joseph
Kripke and their two little ones for Passover Her nephew. Mur-
ray Ei.-enman, wa oi Mr and Mra A. H. Eisenman la appearing
at .. local playb tuse .
Joel, -on of Mr. and Mr- Jules P. Channing. has done it agaifl
\ : nor graduate of Miami Beach High an i a nati mal men
arship finalist, he has now been nomi ited r mi mDersnip w
lye. honorar> fraternity, at the College of Ar hitectun and
\ Arts, i j ol Florida Based on outstan lingchot
i>tic ability, th Is the highest honor which can come to as
i school o cture Joels architechura te"g.h*
i ibited at the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce an,, at tn<
VIA con* mtion in Holhwood.
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Frequent Gold Coast visitors. Mr and Mrs
New York. ha\ \ >ral reasons for their mai
to see a deal of close friends
- ofC ,- ave..andMr D can
which lisplaj clothes with hi- '
at the arlsbad S
at the F
n m I High in Bro Uys an I sot
matffs from Clark Un
Vlumniof febre Vcadems all -
I ical C in Chicago, homi f r ;.
: ol tl s Weiss' Dann) i I Yehu
.1, s a Lenny, son -
v..chad, sono I Mn Sol Frisch ..
Mr and Mrs Leonard Zilbert, 434- I w Tree dr
ine ai.d her classn ate. Brenda K : n bau. hire
vacation fr n N h York University Diane ils.....yini
Powers Charm School...
Mr. a.,,1 Mr- Aloer. Garber, ihe i the.I ?rmer Elysee^her-
e arriving f- m California early .:. ^ <"> htr
m ither. Mrs. Albert Bacher, 227 38 st Miami Be
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Collegians g up the Harold Turt *[ Cor-
. ,,. and house guest. Arinic Leder
\ ng Jonatl rk, in the tenth gi
kience I I one of seven ch ;.. -,
. Madeaclean sweep by winning i '' "
the Optimist Club thai same nignl ,.
Surprise anniversary u.ft for J
ticket to Naau, presented b) husbai I Mj I twe
I ore departure Bui she made it, at Li
\: .. Tendlerhadaspec
Loretta Your last Sunday Sou- a-law, Bi mson
was guest star in 'vv >odiot."'
UlUu.mother*of attorney Melvyn P......J j* Ig" gtjnd
el travels. sUyi is1 long enough arise herself witn
her beautiful apai ment in the Executive House .
Even Rabbi Abraham Cassel can-
on the telephone esdays Thai
orm ani i her fair ihai
i pital.
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Birthdaie: Another daughter, bo a M
ebrothei
Kennedy Greets Council of Jewish Women
3-leqates and alternates of the Greater Miami Section. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women, leav-3 for Pittsburgh to attend
the biennial convention of Council, which took place Mar. 13
to 25 Shown itop down are Mesdcrmes Jack Chanin, Ham-
Orleans I. William Brenner, Harold Zeeman, Joseph Klein,
Fdwin Oppenheim. and Raymond Rubin. Not shown are
Council president Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Jess Soirer Mrs.
Flcrence Comaner, national vice president Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, and national board member Mrs. Aaron Farr.
Plans Conference in St. Pete Apr. 30
Florida Branch of Women's League
; te Florida Branch,
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l-.... synj v ieric i
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,: mn in SI I etersburg Fla
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Co-chairmen of the confer
:i-,. Mrs William Dickson and Mrs
\ ,| in Becker Mr-. Milton C.
Lippitz, of Chicago. 111., is national
consultant
ning daj ill -^tart with reg-
istration, followed by brunch, and
businesi meeting of reading of min-
ute- treasurers report, credentia -
I pi
Mrs Harr> Levitt, of Ho
I, F i
11 be a '
an I dinner a
: i n itii g will be Ra
M irris B Chai i '
t by Mrs '. Pardoll, pn
.: -.-. rh d, an l
president >! Dr
Qavid Lee Mendelblatl Keyw
address w Mrs Milton C.
Lipp
im 10 a.m.
I to
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ores di f, "Orientati in an : Le I-
presiding, Mrs M
Lippitz; "Sisterhood Works
.. Mrs. William Dick- i
Banquet dinner will be at Co
a! Inn I i the theme ol
.: How Good an I I
Brethren to Dw
in Unit) "Mrs N I
i : pi eside.
The third and final day
c mferen ill open with 8 30 a i
iwed by a Trier.
tfast." Mrs. William Dn
:- chairman The la will be "Visual Techniques." pre-
Al Mechlowi
remple Menorah S -
Miami Beach
Mrs. Lazere
Will be Speaker
Offenhenden, pr -
elson Club,
nounci I i igular meet;:-.- Thurs
Apr, 6, i p.m.. at w ishington
Federal in Noi mi nds Isle.
Mrs H tskel La/ere. cha
the Won vision. Is i B
will speaker.
Mrs Harry Yani-h. CU
will discuss
Ami rs Mrs E si

PITTSBURGH JTA) -The v- i
ii luncil of Jew.- Wo i
c im its bienni i ention
week with the adoption o: i
resolution lau ling Pn -. lenl Joh i
F K ine :\ IV ace C irpa an I
pres hope thai "H wi
: effect ive ml
ted State I i
Mr.-. Charle: H m w i
pn sidenl I: i
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.. so reeled
- w i represented 329
cil gr lups across thi
national vici ler.ts
'.: i. Roi iwn, cl
Mrs Stanlej C M -- I
1 les. Fla : Mr- !'. i F,
Sti 11 Seattle Mrs l>
Weiner. i Detroit; a
Will il N York Mrs I
re-, e G Anathan an I Mrs B
nar i Heir.eman. of New ^ i
. tiurary vie. >nts
N lected r.atii
secretary was Mrs R
G ^nberg, of Paterson, N .' anl
as i--!-' ml national rec rdi i
rei ar>. Mrs. Henrj Polak, ol i
\ :.- ilil Mrs Rj Iph Heyms-
. nt Wood mere. I..1 and Mrs.
Benjamin Fidanque, jr of Roose
velt, NY., were reelected national
treasurer and national assisl
treasurer, respective
Resolutions reaffirming th*
need for the studv J.-da'sti
cal'ing for extension of c*vil
rights in the United Sta*es, ena
opoosing "released time" o^ pv-i
li: school pupils for relioiocs in-
struction were approved by the
delegates.
"The basic teachings of Judai- n,
with their regard for social justice
and human relations, have been a
cornerstone of Jewish life."
dared one of the resolutions, pled.;
: the delegates to "continue to
I wter and encourage the studs
Judaism, ns religion its culture
and its history"-"
Another revolution urging the
strengthening and vigorous enf ir i
menl of civil rights laws, "esp i
lj thosi nteeing I ngl
\ te ci lied for the e ttens on i
all American- of "full I u I
momic rich:.- wi
al: or segn
: elea ed -tin
ted th h plans
separ ition i
state which is

ler n sol il
I a broai n
services
i r the Americ in
i lisci mina or; imm igra
- In anotl er i
i elegates pled i nti med
: for the soci
ultural upbuil Isra
I urge i ntinued Unite I Sta i
momic support of Israel
President Kennedy, in a mes
sage to the cenvention. lauded
the women's group, declaring that
"the qoals which vou have es-
poused child labor regulation,
women's franchise, socal secur-
ity, better housing, fair labc-
s'andarc's, pure food and c-_i
laws are new accepted e'
ments in our social structure."
a\ Saron, le i
can Boar 1 of Jewi
\ enti ml can
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A MENU FOR THE SEDER
In many homes the menu for the
first Seder is so traditional that to'
omit the gefilte fish, kneidlach in
chicken soup, and roast poultry
would be to change much of the
spirit of the "simcha." However,
the second Seder is another matter.
When the same menu is repeated,
the charm is gone. Yet to think of
a new but appropriate combination
can be a problem. This Seder is
planned to maintain the tradition-
al, and at th> same time to assist
the lady of the house.
Most of the dishes can be pre-
p.ui'd in advance, and those which
an cooking during the service need
no watching. Mother can relax and
concentrate on the reading of the
Haggadah with nary a thought of
what -oes on in the kitchen Her
Assorted Passover cookie-
Tea or black coffee
Just *before the family gathers
around the table put the ku^el in
the oven alongside the roaster ot
meat Since the unsweetened kugel
is a substitute for potatoes none
are needed. However, if potatoes
are desired, they may be pie-cook
ed and placed around the meat at
this time. Bring the chicken >oup to
a boil, then cover it and turn off the
heat. It will remain warm enough
to be reheated quickly while the
eggs are served. Later, while the
plate- of the fish course are being
removed by another member of the
family, mother can drop the pre
viously prepared triflach batter
into the soup. It needs but a min-
ute to cook.
Note that the choice of a cooked
vegetable is left open. Since .<'
meal is perfect for Saturday night. but Peas and pans are permitted
let your selection depend on which-
MENU FOR SECOND SEDER
Hard Cooked F.ai;> in Salt Water
Purchased tiny balls of gefilte
ti-'i with beet flavored horsera ?:-h
Chicken soup with Passover
triflacta and purchased Passover
mandlen
Roa-t brisket of beet", reheated in
th< oven Choice of cooked
table Matzos Kugel
Tossel salad ol raw vegetables
in "- >
Fresh pineapple cup
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ever quick cooking ones your mar-
ket i- featuring These can be
boiled while the first course- are
served Or beets or carrots coul i
be prepare I In advance, since they
are equally good when reheated

PASSOVER TRIFLACH
1 e^
4 teaspoons potato starch
2 tablesp i >ns matt i meal
1 4 teaspoon -alt
Be. >nts >. ether un-
til smooth one-fourth
it a tim
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for on< Ulow a sau
t is larg
Serve at once For the Seder, the
1 batter ma) be mixed in advance
and kept covered It will become
quite stiff. >o just before adding it
o the soup, stir in about two tea
spoons ot water This amount is
sufficient lor live CUDJ ot soup
MATZOS KUGEL (Not Swt)
6 matzism broken small
21-- cups cold chicken soup
4 tablespoons chicken fat
1 medium onion, finch diced
1j cup celery, finelv diced
j cup green pepper, finely diced
1 4 teaspoon black pepper
2 eggs slightly beaten
2 tablespoons minced par-ley
2 teaspoons paprika
salt to taste
Soak the matzos in tfte chicken
soup until soft, then ma-h smooth
In the chicken fat. slowly cook the
onion, celery, green pepper, and
black pepper until the vegetable-
are soft, but not browned Thor
oughly combine with mat209 and
remaining ingredients. Pour into
a well greased one and one half
quart casserole This part of the
preparation may be done the da>
before Bake about one hour at
351) deg F.. until firm and brown
This amount serve- -i\ If desired
this recipe may be doubled or
tripled
PASSOVER MOCHA BARS
2 ounce- bitter chocolate
'j cup vegetable shortening
2 eggs
1 cup sugar
l 4 teaspoon sail
1 tea-poon instant coffee
Cup ma'/.i- cake meal
;_- cup nuts, chopped medium
fine
Melt the chocolal an I short -
ing together and cool Beat eggs
sugar, an I sal) until light Siii
the chocolate mixture Blend the
iffe and cake me il idd
Spread evenly in tw< well
nine-inch square pans Spnnl
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degs F
Cut in an) lesu
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planning Florida Branch conference are (left to
light' standing Mesdames Fred Blank, Al Bech-
Jowitz, Al Schwartz. Richard Herold, Arthur
Brown, Sol Koenigsberg, and Martin W.
rirl Scouts Plan for Camp
Smith. Seated are Mesdames William Dickson.
Harry Levitt, president, and Nathan Becker.
Mrs. Dickson and Mrs. Becker are co-chairmen
at the conference. (See story, Page 1-B.)
plans for a summer Girl Scout Council of Dade County
Imping program were announced Fund agency.
week by Mrs Charles H Fink Mr< Finkl<.stl.in Mld ,n ,.,.
|U :.. president ol the (mi Scout montin n ,he plans that .wltn a
total number of eight day camps
rondeis Club to Meet and mir M**Ustied <;"p- ,ne Girl
i"
SCOUta of bade county can avail
Stanley Frehlmp. presKiont themselves "t a greai camping op-
child Gardens Two Day Camps
will he at C.roynolris Park. One
a United! Day Camp is scheduled in Cran-
don Park and one in a city park
in Hialeah Also slated are one
at Richmond Hemhts and one Day
Camp at another park on N\V 8
st and 23 ave
Council Divisions
Will Wind Up
Season Wednes.
Greater Miami Sectioi Nal
Council of Jewish W i
,d]\i-joi.jwii jnce! Wednes f<
the last time this si asi i ti elei
officers, hear report- from return
ins delegates to the recently-hel<
biennial convention enjoj .. variety of programs.
Officers elected will be installed
at a joint ceremony May 3.
"Fulfillment is our Theme.''
musical jamboree written and di-
rected by Sunset Division member
Mrs. Irving (iolfman. will highlight
I their meeting. Mrs. Harold Ret
-kin. teacher and accompanist, w:l
he at the piano. Meet inn will be
it Hlllel House. 12:30. with a cof
fee hour preceding the meeunn.
Evening Division will meet 7:30
ip.m. at the home of Mrs. Lois Feld
stein. 60 S. Prospect dr.. Cora
Gables, and will feature a book
review.
Biscayne Division will present ;
"Salute to the Volunteers'" at its
I meeting at 12:30 at the Masonic
. lodge. 41 Valencia ave.. Coral
Cobles.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan. executive
i director of the Hebrew Academy
will speak at the Lincoln Division
meeting in the Delano hotel. 1 p.m.
His topic will be "The Abstract and
the Real"
Bay Division will meet at noon
I for a Passover smorgasbord at the
I Washington Federal bldg.. 1033
Dr. Wolison in Talks
Th< Significance ol Passover"
k.as :,, >,. lie ol a lecture by
, i] \ ... ham Wolfson, directoi oi
h, Spinoza Outdoor Forum, on
,la>. 9 a.m at iIh- !<>th st.
beach. Fr la; ai d Saturday n
i .1! conduct the >> der
n the Lido Spa hotel, and wilt
lUcuss 'Passover as the Festival
,i Freedom."
Florida Bankers fleet Officers
Florida Bankers Assn concluded
its 67th convention at the Ameri-
ana hotel With the installation ol
iev olficers. Serving will be
.(dice H. Brannen. president ol
Hank ol Inverness newly-elected
president. Riverside Bank. Miami.
Firs- National Bank <>i Tarpon
Springs, and Tullj F. Dunlap.
^resident Riverside BanK, Miami.
,iee presidents; and I A. May-
field, senior vice president of First
\ational Bank of Orlando, re-elect-
ed treasurer
Vorman.\v : io..<*... ->> **A
Cheerful Little Earful for our Vol-
unteers."
Islands Division will meet tor
dessert and coffee at noon at the
home Of Mrs. Irving Miller. 2365
Lake ave Sunset Island 3 A musi-
cal program. -Passover Frolics'."
will be presented.
An original script. "Gypsy." writ-
ten by Patti Streit. will be heard
b) the members of Shores Division
:it the Balmoral hotel. 12.45. Cof-
fee and dessert will be served.
Associates of Brandeis l"m-
'-,:> club of Greater Miami, an
Linced Wednesday that the sec
.' in a series of cultural lectures
red By his group will take
ice Thursday evening. Apr
portunity We look forward to wel
coming hundreds of enthusiastic
members beginning June 19.
Day Camps for Brownie. Inter
mediate and Jr. High Girl Stouts
located throughout Dade count)
13. will be aianm-d b> Girl Scout lead
ai ers who volunteer iheir services.
The- speaker will be Two Hay Camps will run at the
.in \ Glasser, oi Bran Scouts' own Camp Mahashee, on
n- old Colter rd., across from Fair-
Rubaiyat room ol the
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c:scuss results for a membership campaign luncheon Sunday
ai the Roney Plaza hotel. Standing 'left to right i are M.ss June
Flson. vice president; Mrs. John Chownina, president: Mrs.
Irvin M. Greene, membership chairman. Seated (left to right*
ere Mrs. Helene Wolfe, executive director; Mrs. Grossmqer.
board member and hostess; Mme. Mana-Zucca, vice president.
Nursing School Schedules Tests
Two dates for aptitude testing re-
ciired for admission to the Septem-
l,r. 1961 oass of the School of
Practical Nursing of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital will be Saturday. Apr. 29. and
Saturday, May 27.
The tests are open on a state-
wide basis to both men and women
tor admission to the one-year pro-
gram of instruction and nursing
txpentnee. Under the supervision
of registered professional nurses.
the school is the only one in the
state accredited by the Florida
State Board of Nursing, the Na-
tional Assn. for Practical Nurse
Education and Service, and the
I S Veterans Administration.
The course is divided into four
month.- of freshman and eight
hs of junior-senior experience.
and upon successful completion of
the course the ;.tudent is eligible
for graduation and the State Board
examination. As a licensed practi-
cal nurse, the graduate has earned
the school pin and diploma.
Applications for testing must be
filed one month prior to the ex-
amination date by writing to Ad-
missions Committee, School of.
Practical Nursing, lit Sinai Hos-
pital. 4300 Alton rd.. Miami Beach
40. Fla. Scholarships and loans to
qualified applicants are available
through the Women's Auxiliary of
the hospital.
Applicants must be at least 17
years of age High school graduates
are preferred, but CbOM having two
years or the equivalent w.ll be
considered.
The tests are day-long, and ap-
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of Israel Bonds and a pa-t presi-
dent of the Htrzl group of Hadan-
sah
During World War II. Mr- Omar
Bradley decorated Mrs. Sapiro lor
her efforts in connection with the
sale of U S. War Bonds.
I am pleaded to be working
toward the completion of Cedar- ol
Lebanon Hospital and know that I
can count on help from all Dade
county women, to aid in raising
the funds so desperately needed,"
Mrs. Sapiro said The $4,500,000
hospital is scheduled to open Oct. 1.
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Brandeis Women's Committee 'Petite Luncheon'
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Molly Picon, Dennis King Due at Grove
Molly Picon and Dennii King aw
announced bj producer Owen Phil-
lips as thi s ars <>i "A Majority .>:
One." sche hried to open Ee# twa
weeks i nlj Tuesday. Ma> 16, .it
the Coconut Grove Playhouse
Recognized as one of the most
important corned) hits of the de<
ade. the plaj has been sought by
Phillips since its release from its
long run engagement in Now York
Winning Miss Picon and Kins in the
roles creaU'ii !n Gertrude Berj> and
Doubly happy are Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mitnick (center) as they
receive congratulations on their 18th wedding anniversary
from (left! Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Glickman at Sirkin Hall of Temple Emanu-El. Occa-
sion was the initial meeting of the Temple Emanu-El Players
launching of "Shingle on Flagler Street." musical play based
on incidents in the life of the late Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz.
The production, written and directed by Trixie Levin, will be
presented Apr. 22 to 24 at Miami Beach High School Auditorium.
Big Bill Slated at
Cinema Theatre
Passover week big show at the
Cinema Theatre. Parting Friday,
f.atures "The Great Advisor."
starring Irving Jacobson
In addition to this screen attrac-
tion. Leon Schachter and GitelStem
will be seen in a comcu.v sketch,
and Miss Carolyn Carpenter, the
Italian Yiddisha Shiksa." will of-
fer a repertoire of Hebrew and Yid
dish songs.
Topping the bill i- Bobby Breen.
former ringing sensation protege ol
Beth Torah Players
I Beth Torah Congregation Players
will present a musical comedy.
"From Nine To Five." on Satur-
day and Sunday evenings. Apr. 8
(and 9. at North Miami Senior High
School The play, under the per-
sonal direction of Lester Friedman,
is a storv of the garment industry.
Mr> Sally Zwerner is in charge of
ticket.-.
Mrs. Firtel
Named Chairman
Mi> Joseph Shapiro, president of
Hebrew Academ) Women. h;i- an
nounced the appointment of Mrs
Irvine Firtel .* chairman of the
"Chai" luncheon to be held Wed-
nesday. Apr 26, at the Fontaine
bleau hotel Mrs. Leonard Rosen
i> co-chairman
Other member.- of the committee
are Mesdames .lack Buchsbaum
Julius Rosenstein, Arthur Bern
man. Jack Gerson and Nathan
Spieuelman.
Funds raised at the luncheon will
uo toward the $50 000 pledged b)
the Academy Women for the Ida,
Appel Auditorium in the new He-
brew Academy to be erected.
Mrs. Appel was, tor many years,
president of the Jewish Home for
the Aged, as well as of the Hebrew ,
Academy Women.
"Chai" luncheon represents a gift
towards one brick in the auditor-
ium, and each donor will receive a
certificate of appreciation.
Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Phillips has
m maged -i < up which most ever)
theatre in the nation ha-, [ailed to

Written by Leonard Spigelglass,
the play is a direct answer to the
success marked up by Menasha
Skulnik's recent engagement in
"The 49th Cousin." Booked for
a limited engagement, reserva-
tions for the hit play are now be-
ing taken.
Currently ^parking the Stage of
the Playhouse is "The World of
Suzie Wong Coming direct from
a national tour, the play stars Lam
Miyazaki. who succeeded Frances
N'uyen on Broadway, and played
Eddie Cantor, making a personal
appearance for one week at the
Yiddish American theater.
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TWO SIDES OF A SINGLE TALENT
Heidi Krall soprano, and Brian Sullivan, tenor, botti of the Metro-
politan Opera Assn., are the stellar attractions to appear in joint recital
here as the) ffering of the Com m unit j Concert Assrt for the -:\\h concert
ii. season's series on Wednesdaj evening Apr 5 at Da .< Count} i
m. Richard Tetley-Kardos will be at the piano
... rs i" be represented arc Verdi. Richard Strauss, Schube
I ahms, Puccini, Saint-Saens, Hahn, Malotte, and Grii Devotees oi
ii- : will be especiall) anxious to hear Mr Sullivan's rendition ol
durch die Dammerung." bj Strauss, and Miss Krall's p rform
., Gretchen am le," bj Schubert at M nnelied," l>>
B
Sot the German Lie n nb 1 di. from 'Butterfly.' by
i een antithetical in purpose and pre equisites for present lion
y \ K :
i nity Conct ience So will Mr Sullivci to how
of his talent hi he ;
p 5i h operatu Quest |U( lla, from letti bj
> an ong others

TWO MUSICAL 'FIRSTS' FOR MIAMI
itj "i Miami Symphony Orchestr Sevitzky,
n :;. director and conductor presented a cot I f refreshingly new
mus :. Mar 26 al Miami Beach Vuditorium. I'r >. '/k\ introduci
two firsU'J in Miami in tin- form ol Trifons and Symphonj No 1 in <;
mini h the audit "cived with great enthusiasm,
;- bj Guid.....terrini. seemed mast plea. I tuneful, and
tha : es had a holidaj i i graceful melodj The K. mphony
ii steep* I ;n tin- romantic tradition, embodying gaj and fast-mo> i
tjements Russian folk songs throughout The orchestra gave this
i-i..- composition a spirited performance, with the cello* showing
if- beautifully and forcefully The program opened with a gay
rci the Barbarol Seville overture b) Rossini
Igir Gorin, Ukrainian-born and Austrian-trained baritone was solo-
!- liis platform bearing shows the poise and assurance thai com< from
ii uch expi rience, and his singing warmly communicates to his heart rs
1 an exceedinglj handsome and virile voice, which he used
rabl> m the Sommi dei, from "Radamisto." by Handel; Maladetto
ispetto bj Claudio Monteverdi; and Dio di Guida. from 'Nabucco.
b] Verdo \ spei e< lest, rh, Blind Plowman." was a moving

SUPERLATIVE PIANO STYLE OF AN UNKEMPT ODDBALL'
n Gould, sensational young pianist, of Toronto, made his second
e m the Miami ana for the Civic Music Assn on Mar 22 at
: i i unt> Auditorium There is no doubt thai Mr Gould is an amar
irs rnu a virtuoso of such superlative attainments,
thai thi listener is never conscious of the difficulties hi has mastered.
recn a tor ol curious turn of mind, who seems able to dis-
ci i i ecret of every phrase
Gould opened his program with the exquisite "My Ladye
B ok< i>> William Byrd, followed bj the Bach Partita No 3
ii \ in these were the pianist's ever-present brilliant clarity and
erj "i the elevated style of this greatest ol .ill baroque
rs Haydn's Sonata in E flat major. 17 was played with the
uti enl -- and with exquisite delicacy of tone
two works of Beethoven, Sonata in I> minor, op. 31, No 2 and
1 Variations and Fugue, op. 35, were played with a wealth oi
si is I eaut).
Unfortunately, throughout the concert. Mr Gould's appearance
coenv itartling and unk< mpl contrast His extreme facial grimaces.
uth, burst, of loud singing, constant swaying round and round
on his vi rj low chair, and the wild band gesticulations as though he were
i. unseen orchestra while playing with one hand, were gad
to bel m.I made no impression Ol mere eccentricities It is to be
I I al ins managers do not exploit this so-called "oddball trait for
> v>| ap< i publicity. or the curious.

COMMUNITY CONCERT RETURNS TO BEACH
ii Beach welcomes back the Community Concert Assn and tr'
extraordinarily fine concert series hooked for the 1961-62 season al
Beach Auditorium. Communit) will open it- fifth season on Jan.
K 1962 with Lois Mar-hall Canadian soprano, Jan. 30, the Chicago
' Ballcl will delight Miami audiences with its productionso origin-
! creative .emus The celebrated Detroit Symphony, Paul i Bray,
i i ductor, will appi ar for the series on Feb '-2.
The Indianapolis Symphonj orchestra is th ecot
scheduled by the Association, and will follow on Mar 15 witn mei
S onion, long-time favorite guest conductor for Miami concert goers, ap
i oaring in his role as permanent conductor of the Indianapolis josepn
I Iverstein, young winner of the 1960 coveted Naumberg Foundation
award, will be soloist.
Ian IVerce. ol Metropolitan Opera tame, will sin- on Mar. 24, 1962.1
(He is also duo to officiate at the first Passover Seder at the < ariuon
hotel tins Friday evening The aeries will conclude Apr 9 with I eonard
PtnnariO, eminent pianist. There arc no single admissions to the sei M -
S --on member-hips are 110 and W I'hone.lK 8 2121.

TWO-PIANO BEETHOVEN RECITAL
. Cvrus Clian. well known piano pedagogue, who has been giving a
populai series Of comet lectures for many years in the It. l.aiKteidaie
area, bad as his guest artist on Mar. 20 Miami pianist Mrs 1 Leo risn-
bein The performers ,.,ve a delightful and instructive tWO-pianO
Beethoven recital, which was thoroughly enjoyed by an appreciative
audience.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Pretty is ;i> pretty doos. She is pretty with her [lawless peaches
ar.d cream complexion and golden hair Inez Krensky always looks as
i i- has just stepped out of a band box No one has ever seen her with
i m r. a hair out of place. Once when >hc was president of Mt. Sinai
Women's Auxilary -> meone r-hared a room
with her at a hospital convention. Her awe-
Struck room mate said that Imz" hair was
perfect even the first thing in the morning.
Inez is a very busy person She' chair-
man of public relation- at Mt. Sin.u Hospital.
Sisterho((i of Temple Beth Sholom, Hadasah,
Combined Jewish Appeal, national Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi Sorority Mothers Club also are included
anion^ her many actitivies.
At present, her business venture is taking
a lot of Inez" time When a board of directors
me< ting is called, only two people attend
Inez and her partner. Alycc (Mrs. Leon) Ell.
The name of their business is Krel. which
specializes in >top canasta cards and canasta
boxes To date, they have sold over four-
thousand stop cards alone, netting some $700 in profit. All of the money
g< < s to blind and handicapped children. What a happy feeling it is to
; ve a Perkins Br.iiler to a child who would never have one otherwise.
The letters they have recieved jrom the children themselves are both
thrilling and soul-satisfying
Inez is interested in the new Co-Opera. She feels that the increasing
amount ol music and theater ve get here tend- to make Miami a better
place to live She loves to travel, but i- always anxious to get home to
ru r family and grandchildren.
Inez is fun to be with. She picks out one good joke and tells it lor a
year II .mazing, but everyone still laughs at the end of the year.
I retty i- as pretty docs is a perfect description ol Inez Krensky.
* *
ANOTHER FIVE ROUNDS
It was Taste and Tell Day ;.t -he home ol Mrs Myron Sponder Her
i \e->ear-old Debby. a.iorable in a while and red outfit with a big red
I helped her greet the guests who seemed to be the entire Sisterhood
of Temple Adath Yeshurun. They were all such young matrons that it
seem possible thej had made the delectable dishes displayed so
ptinglj
Here is a tip to future tasters and tellers: somehow, a fi-h mould
Ml
Perrin, Granoff
Exchange Vow^
!; B u nj Gl Arthur
Perrin \. hai ge< vow;
Sunday. Mar. 26. at the Dupont Pla-
za hotel, with Rabbi Benno Wal-
ach officiating. A reception a: the
hotel followed the ceremony.
The bride wore a full-length
gown ol piau de soie with appli-
ques of alencon lace reembroidered
with sequins and pearls, and a
crown of seed pearls and lace Her
attendants were Susan Goodman.
Joyce Hitter, and Lyn Carol Sil-
ber. flower girl.
Her parents are Mr and Mrs.
Her. Gram If, of 2455 SW 19 ave
and .-h< attended :he L'niversit) ol
shi was a member
ot Gamma Sigma Sigma
The groom is '. son "t Mr and
Mrs Philip Perrin, of 751 NE 151
>t He has : degre* in architectu
ral engineering, and is presently
associated with Melvin Grossman,
architect
Edward Granoff was best man
and Joel Rifkin served as usher.
Seidlers Will
Live on Beach
Rabbi Lon Kronish performed
the 7:30 p.m ceremony uniting the
former Miss Ileen Klein and Don-
ald Joseph Seidler at the Algiers
hotel Saturday. Mar 25. A recep-
tion followed.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Klein. 1605 Bay rd and
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Seidler,
6880 Abbott ave., both Miami Beach.
The bride attended Whitefield
Senior High School. For her wed
ding, she wore a white chantilly
lace and tulle gown and carried a
Bible and orchids. Nancy Merritt
w as maid ol honor.
Her husband is a graduate Ol
Miami Beach Senior High and the
University ol Florida, where he
majored in architecture He is now
a registered architect wUi the firm
of Morris Lapidus, Marie and Li< b-
man.
Alter a honeymoon trip to San
. a
mm. iSTHVB PIKPIN
MKS. DOKALD SIIDI:*
Meredith Weiland, Cantor Conviser
Mr- Lenori Weiland. of 1145
97 -t Miami Beach, announces the
e a ement of her daughter. Mere-
dith Joj to Cai' David 11 n> i-er.
of Ten i li B< th S ilom.
The bride-to-be also the daugh-
ter ol thi lati foi. .- Weiland.
1 tor Conviser ;- the -on of Mr
and Mr- Elias vonviser, ot \.
y
The couple an planni'
married on Apr 23
luncheon Meeting Postponed
Miami P< ach Lodge "0{
B'rith will ru t hi. .< a I mi In
meeting Tuet ..; I li rsh S
i r i* lunchi > tan
alwayi jets a prize. This one was made by Carole Kay. Mrs Bruche Juan- Puerto Rico, the yung couple
Rosen baked a cake thai was out of this world Her mother brought
: m Europi and it ha< been made for all important events
i their family life My sweet talking did no good; the Rosens never
eal the recipe Altogethei :: prizes were given.
Mrs Bernard Sandel and Mra Donald Simon were everywhere at
i Alter tasting and telling and eating, this judge left in the midst
ible storm to go home and trj to count how man) calorie- she
n. d I. '.i n.
i be at home at 2957 Flamingo
Miami Beach.
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Is the BEST' C
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MIAMI
N'EST PAS
Emil and Estelle Gould an mighty proud parents. Their daughter
ffj Cathie-Ellen), who goes to Smith, was just app studj at
t Sorbonne for her junior year She will leave June 9 to be there a year
1 rsl *ings firsl howevei and Taffj ha- just arrived home lor spring
\on with her Iriend, Mary Gordon ol Baltimore, who is a senior
at Smith La-t Fndaj Estelle entertained over a hundred ol Taffy's
nda and their mothers. Naturally, the theme of the luncheon waa
' li and the menu too. ires bien.
* *
BUSINESS OR PLEASURE?
Miriam went along with her husband, William Weintraub, when he
jetted to New York to attend the toy show-
no. he's not Santa Claus, he has a store. While
he worked. sh< saw four shows, all musicals
Together however, thej had lunch with Miri-
am- COUSin. Ruse Marines-, who i- gmni; to
Europe Her portrait of Miriam i- the one you |
have ei ..: their house
Then they went to the new Lile building
to see the reproduction of the Sistine Chapel
and compare ;: with !bc real one they had Men
in Rome Meanwhile, back homo, dsughterj
9-year-old Paula Sue. is in much demand at
her -chool. she speaks Spanish very well and
interprets to the teacher for the new Cuban
children in her room. Her six year-old brother.
Ronnie, lt.-n t quite as proficient.
MIRIAM AROUND AND ABOUT
At the storeGale (Mrs. Samuel) Berlin examining a bunch ol
grapes oh, so carefully. They were not for eating; they were for decorat-
ing. .
At the Beauty ShopEUsa, daughter of the Bernard Kornblums,
having her hair cut. She wanted to take the cul-off hair home to sister
Sandy She evidently thinks Sandy hasn't enough of her own.
Sam Cohens wife. Thelma. better tell him about the ways of the
world Arriving in his office all smiles from the compliments she had I
received on her new Jackie Kennedy hair-do. imagine this matrons dis-;
i..ay when Sam said. "My, your hair is disheveled." End of visit.
The traveling Zukernicks were supposed to fly to Tallahassee. Noj
pianosso they drove. Sue was quite impressed with the land, land. land |
that she saw on the way "Wouldn't it be wonderful to have a house
right here" she pointed." "Look at that wonderful front lawn."
* *
BRAZIL CALLING
"I have a call for you from Brazil." said the long distance operator
Bee Hyman let out a screech and her husband. Maxwell, came running
to get on the extension. Their son, Ted, was calling from his wife
Sue's hospital room in Brazil. The big news was a new grandson named
Hayes Allen.
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Fridav. March 31. 1961
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^ A ctrmincj (u
yours,
a^r<n ~. ipp
rEVERAL mothers have asked
about the appropriate tyjx of
- for their pre-teen and young
agers at locial functions
seem to be two oppo:
of thought a- to what is
i : asic rule <>f thumb i< to
what is becoming How-
il is the perspective that
- be adjusted. A pre-teen or
ii. ager i just that, and
She must therefore
fabrics and styles that will
.. feeling of youthfulness,
still give her a feeling of
i ation.
..i- of comparison is always
in teaching your young
ters .i sense ol discrimin-
..- !ar as correct dress is
. < d. For example, the
... cotton shirtwaist that you
wear to a simple luncheon
ird party would definitely not
hi appropriate for a very elegant
;he Pontainebleau. By the
token, th embroidered bro-
i ards would be consider
li ntatious.
girls should wear sofi
except for v( rj special
oils Skirts are Usually more
it they are full, . should not he too low
young girl wants to looic
and wearing the same
: Iress as someone IS or 20
r senior only makes her
place almost as ;t
ien going to a costume
'.. !h of the skirt
also
verj important. Knees are not
too attractive, yet too long a hem-
Imt Is equally as unattractive
Usuallj just below the knee, is a
tood length for most girls An-
other thint to watch for is a too
-kirt worn with bobby socks
that ..re pulled up high. This cuts
the leg line and makes the girl
..I i .ii short ami stocky Fold the
si i ks down, and raise the hem up
to create the most attractive !< g
..(11 a ranee
-
VOUNG prls are growing dif-
ferent parts of thi ir bodies
.row at different rates of speed
and while all the par:- are catch-
ing up with each other It is best
to wear clothes that camouflage
Lerner, Tower
Eye January Rites
A January wedding is planned
by Toby Joyce Lerner and Bertram
Tower. Their engagement is an-
nounced by Mrs Max Lerner, of
1844 SW 24 ter The hi ide-elect ">
:., her was the late Max Lerner
The Kr'i>ni to-be is the son of
Mrs. Martin Tower. 8280 W II
ive Hialeah
The young couple t*':'i graduated
from Miami Senior High. Miss
Lcrni r is now studying X-ray tech
. at Mercs Hospital. He
fianci is attending the University
Ol Miami
insU ad of reveal. That is why
dresM s v..;;-. full skirts, ,>. sui
tion ol ., sleevi ... I uson
bodices ::i soft fabrics are the
most flatlet ng Color is also very
important. Fresh, clear colors
are more becoming than the bril-
lant j- wi I .ones or the huh fash-
Ion muted tones. Black should
never be worn by a young girl.
Jewelry should also he kept
simple Pearls. white chalk
beads, and pastel costume jewelrj
are all j:ood. Heavy rhinestones
are not complimentary to a young
girl, they should be considered
taboo Makeup, if worn, should
be applied very lightly young
skins need little to enhance them.
All accessories should be kept to
a minimum. Young skirls need to
learn to think first of the occa-
sion, the time of day. and what
the hostess will wear. Being over-
dressed is as much a social faux
pas as wearing a mink .stole to a
beach party
The young adolescent stage at
best is difficult and. to ease the
strain, simple, uncluttered lines-
are best In dress, in makeup, in
accessories, an,! in hair styling
keep them neat, simp',,., and in
good taste. With a good begin
ning, poise and sophistication that
come with the addition of years
will also bring a well-developed
sense of fashion discrimination
that will make for the outstand-
ing!) groomed woman.
Werni
MRS. GERALD BtRKt
fP
HERBERT L WEISS, O.D.
formerly Contact lens Ccntultont with Obrjg
laboratories. Inc. of Florida and New York
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF
OPTOMETRY
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AT
EVENIN
BY
1602 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
JEHerscn 8 3463
Talk on Cosmetics
Alpha Kpsilon l'hi Alumnae Assn.
Of Greater Miami will meet Tues-
day evening at the home of Mrs.
.lack Mades. 105 West Sunrise avc .
Loral Gables. There will be a talk
on cosmetics
Mexico Holiday
For Newlyweds
A double ring, candlelight 11
mony united in marriage M i s s
Susan Libbj Draluck ami Gerald
David Berke on Saturday. Mar 25,
at Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter Rabbis Morton Malavsky and
Nathan Zwitman officiated at Ihe
8 o'clock ceremony, which was
followed by a reception at the
Center.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Draluck, 2766 SW 34 ct., the bri le
attended Miami High School and
the Walsh School of Business Sci-
ence She is a member of Gamma
Chi Omega, BZB B'nai B'nth.
For her gown, she chose a silk
Itlaian Pakistan and reembroider-
eel alencon lace fashioned with
shoulder-baring neckline and long
point in hand sleeves.
Her husband is the sun of Mr.
and Mrs Jack Berke. of 143 NW
47 t r and graduated Miami E h-
SOfl Senior High He majored in
radio and television at the Uni-
versity ol Miami, and is now a
radio broadcast specialist with the
United states Arm)
Maid of honor for the new Mrs
Berke- was Fran Mold.ill. and
Myrna Wagner. Ilene Greenbaum,
and Gina Dee Schack were brides-
maids
The groom's brother. M Al; n
Berke. was best man. and serving
as ushers were Leonard Green-
baum. Larry Iserson, Marty !< --
nick. Seymour Ginsberg and Mich-
ael Draluck. Mrs Seymour Gins-
berg was in t harge of the gui t
book. After a honeymoon trip in
Mexico, the young couple will live
in Augusta, da.
Kalin
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ROSMAN
NORTH CAROLINA
The association of CANTOR JACOB U. GOIDFARB
as Co-Owner Director
n addition to the Regular Sports Curriculum. Cantor
Goldfarb will make available the following subjects:
HEBREW LANGUAGE YIDDISH LANGUAGE CANTORIAL LITURGY
BAS & BAR MITZVAH CLASSES CHORAL SINGING
ORCHESTRAL PLAYING ISRAELI DANCING
ALL FOODS UNDfR HIS PERSONAL DIRECTORSHIP
WITH RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
For information write Cantor Goldfarb,
17320 N E. 11th Avenue, North Miami Beach, Fla.
or Telephone WI 7-7006
Happy Passover To All
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FUN ON THE FAIRWAY: Local golJ devotees Mr anil Mrs Leo
Fcnstei. Mr and Mrs. Dick Rindley, Mr and Mrs Dave Gewant, Mr
inrl Mrs. Stan Raskin. Paul Pollak. Paul Ruthfiold, AI Linn, Murra> H
>hidon. Murray M. Sheldon. Raj Chisling, Stan Schewel and hundreds
more were on hand at Bayshore to sec the spectacular final round >>f the
Sunshine Open Tournament, featuring the world top pro-
It was probably the most exciting golf tournament ever held in this
ir a Yi f you read ihi local sports pages durum the play, you'd se<
ihal less space was devoted to it than more inconsequential events.
Ncne of the leaders had a local sports writer following him the
'ast day, when excitement kept mounting bv the minute as Arnold
Palmer a~ J Mike Souchaic went past Julius Borps and Gay Brewer, jr.,
to brealhe heavily on the neck of Gary Player, the eventual winner.
\ sports writer mi lioi facl thai th< ame shoi
provi rl layer cosl Palmer .> possible lie with the
or i'!. the par-five II. Palmer's second shol in a shallow
t50 yards from the pin. similar to the one lhal Player found
the par-fivi 18th after his s nd shot. But Palmer "blew"
* and leaving him 30 yards ol fairwa> whi reas
ii within six feel ol ihi pin sii kii l d i
.)
* *
NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Mrs Rose Brown ol 2345 N
I Mrs m.i $ !< rman i I klyi
ests over the holidays Mrs Berman is ; cient pianisl
Mrs Paul Pin< us h d< lightful buffel i m r p. rtj
Poinl home The host* ss i dinar) art would I
irmet compt .:ion
. i.in (ilmai ii. lati on the Beach to oj i eadq lar rs .-
Itorm Henry E. Colemai who is cam| I 152 \K. ashing
avi Washington a\ *as usuallj the fo< l for most cam
ners thi pa: ai I posiblj will be for the election coming up
i '
Milton Blackstone, who put Eddie Fisher en top, recent hause-
ruest of Jennie Grossinger, whose resort promotions are handled by
Blacktcn*.
Si fly? m bacli ii I iwr doii ; his radio show > and Sun-
daj nig tsal IheSorrei
New Yorker Herb Lipmai ncv han Hi nun bi i ol
Catskill inns is resorfinf. hen toi a changi at the Delano.
*
ON local SCREENS: Gone with the Wii ne of the all-time
: is back. ju-T a lew blocks trom where it went on view local!)
on:.- 20 years ago It was first shown at the Community Theatre which
re, on Lincoln rd Now it i- playing al the Carib, also on the
rl r.(\ across the baj at the Miami and Miracle Carib has il sched
uled thre< limes daily al 1:03 5:03 and 9 Oh yes, at popular prices :<'
Dean Martin and Shirley MacLaine prove a howlarious comedy
combo in "All in a Night's Work," at the Flamingo. Direction is the
cleverest we've seen in a long time, and the dialogue real tongue-in
the-jowl all the way.
Thi big box-office smash, Never on Sunday," continues through
Apr 6 al the Sort Mayfair and Sunset.
-* *
after dark DELIGHTS: Johnny Mathia and comnam hold over
.it the Eden Roc's Pompeii room through Monday, then on Tuesda)
Itii Avaion and Alan King combine song and comedy efforts Thej
will .star through Saturday, after which the Pompeii room closes oul
the bit : ami show policy ur.nl nexl winter season,
Paul Anka and H nnj Youngman open tomorrow (Saturday al Eon
lainebleau's La Ronde room for the holiday week And the teen-agen
and Ider collcj e lads and lasses should enjo> this one
The Deauville Casanova mom holiday show combines the talents
-I the McGuire Sister- and comic Dave Kerry
' aught in the Act." the well-staged and lively 'little show at the
. irs room of the Seville, should be must to many holiday diver
isi men! set ki
Coconut Grove Playhouse is spotlighting lovely Lani Miyazaki in
The World ol Suzii Wong," through Apr 9
* *
DINING OUT: Long time favorite with localitvs aa we|] visitors,
for superb food, service and atmosphere is Gray's inn. on Dade blvd
mi Beach Now under the supervision of Hj Moscowitz, Gray's Inn
ed ar.d well-balanced menu has everything to warm a gourmet -
heart and make any diner's mouth water in anticipation ot the finest
fare available Whether your choice be beet fowl or seafood each dish
i ticulously prepared and brougbl to your table at the p. ak ol si
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Leave it to Al Goldman to garner more laurels For his Fu Manchu
Njw for only a slight feo, he'll deliver your favorite Canfonese dish
to Miami, too, and it comes piping hot to your door because his de
livery trucks have electrically heated interiors.
can -till mak. reservations for Passover Seders al thi
lainebleau. where Dr Irving Lehrman will conduct assisted l (
Hirsl under thi auspices of Temple Emanu-El's S
Louis Schwartzman and family are conducting the St m the
Shelbome featuring soloist Balforia Gilad.
Michel's in Normand) Isle is still accepting reservations for the
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DOVA'.D
JEffKEY
CAROLE
J^ar As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
g a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas AAi tzvah
R( ests Should be addressed to "Corsage for You PO Box
2972, Miami I Fla, one month in advance Include the name
of -e Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony
ho-e address and telephone number. The corsage will be
c.-.arded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
RICHARD
the ceremony
DAVID
for ;ne occasion.
Richard Gurevitz
Bar Mitzvab Of Richard, son of
Mr and Mrs Abe Gurevitt, will
l" c ebrated Sunday morning.
Apr : at Beth David' Synagogue,
with Rabbi Norman Shapiro offici-
al in '.
K:<> n! i. ^ s-venth grade stu-
denl ai South Miami Junior llih
and .rends Beth David religious,
A reception in his honor will he,
held .- dav 'veiling in his parent's,
borne, :wo SW 63 ct.. So. Miami.
*
Jeffrey Rets
Beth David will be the site of the
Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey, son of Mr
and Mrs Harlan Ross. imi sw
70 ave. Miami, Sunday morning.
Apr 2. with Rabbi Norman N Sha
piro officiating
lettrey is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High and
attends Beth Davids religious
school.
* *
Donald Kahn
Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Con-
rad K Kahn. was Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday afternoon. Mar 25. in
Temple Zion.
A recep'ion in his honor followed
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WHERE YOU CAN
BORROW WITH EASE
Wi after ill types if leans, betn business antf
persenal. Veu will like eur prenpt. frieaSly and cenfidential
service.
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BANK OF
DADE COUNTY
IN THE 163rd STREET SHOPPING CENTER
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"GOLD SEAL UNITS"
12,000 Miles or 12 Month Warranty
57 N.E. 20th Street Miami, Fla. FR 3-4795
(Discount on Gold Seal Units with This Ad)
BETTER TO SERVE YOU -
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Grtnlte Equipment Pelt Cable Cutter Hydraulic Jacks,
Steam Jennys Pick Up and Delivery
1070 ki...''Work Guaranteed Factory Specifications
I N.W. 54* Street Phone NE 4-2226
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING I STORAGE
PIONEER MOVERS OF MIAMI BEACH
EStABUSHfcD 1919
Home Residents
Mark Passover
Resident > oi Douglaa Gardens,
Jewish Home for the Aged, will
u>her in the Passover holiday at
a traditional Seder conducted by
the residents on Friday evening
Residents were this week busily
engaged in preparing Haggadah
ii adings and Passover songs. They
are assisted in the Jewish festival
group by Mrs Lily Stone, one oi
the Hume's more than 10 National
Council of Jewfoh Women volun-
teers
Rev Lazarus Lehrer, 8fi years of
age, will officiate at the Setter
12-year-old Evelyn Kalish will ask
he tra litional lour questions.
Residents who will participate
are Mr Norman Lifshitz, Mrs Te-
lia Greenberg, Mrs Nessel Perchi-
kotf. Mr. Charles Klinger, Mr. Max
Turchin, Mrs Sarah Finkel. Miss
' Essie Rosenberg, and Mrs. Hen-
rietta Grossman.
Issac Strawgate, will give one of
the Haggadah readings,
Southgate Hadassah Seder
A third Seder ceremony has heen
planned tor the Southgate group Ol
Hadassah by Rabbi Henrj B. Wer
nick On Thursday. Apr. 4. at 8 p in..
!* i" is luncheons chairman
Mrs. jack Homeisic) is m charge
oi arrangements.
A-l EMPLOYMENT
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 94401
ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR
WEDDING CEREMONY
By JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN
and his Portable Organ
JE 8-0335
1826 West Ave.
JE 2-3443
COLORED MAIDS
By Day or Week
Experienced References
Call Miss Vee WI 5-0112
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT ]
1451 COLLINS AVF p- -- oi____ ic ikti
Phone JE 21671 }
KOSHER L'PESACH MEALS
SERVED DUR'iNG THE ENTIRE WEEK OF PASSOVER.
NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY J
Carole Kaye
Carole, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Kaye. 169 SW 63 ave.. was
Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening.
Mar. 24, at Flagler Granada Jew-
ish tenter, with Rabhi Louis Wein
officiating.
Carole i a seventh grade stu-
dent at Kinloch Park Junior High
and attends the tenter's religious
school.
Her parents hosted the Oneg
Shabbat in her honor following ser-
vices.
*
David Shalloway
Rabbi Max A. Upschitz officiated
at the Bar Mitzvah ot David, son
ol Dr. and Mrs. C. Leon Shalloway.
on Saturday morning. Mar. 18. at
Beth Torah
David is an eighth grade student
at Norland Junior High, won first
prize in his school's science exhibit
and then showed his project in the
county wide Science Fair.
Dr and Mrs. Shalloway hosted
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday even-
ing, and the Kiddush on Saturday
after services.
At a formal dinner and reception
in their son's honor Saturday night,
to surprise his father, whose birth-
day was on the same day. David
and his brothers. Lester and Alan.
presented him with a birthday cake
and a song with original lyrics.
MR. and MRS. PHILIP WEISS owners of the
ROYAL HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT
731 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Wuh The.r Mny Fnenai. Pa'ron.zers and Fellow Je^. ,.
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVL =
ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS, SEAL-COATING
GEORGE OBENOUR, JR. & SONS, Inc.
BONDED ROOFING & SHEET METAL
ROOF CLEANING & COATING
Established 1926
7352 N. MIAMI AVENUE Phone PL 7-2612
To All Greetings
LOYOLA SCHOOL
Refined Atmosphere
Reasonable Rates
904 SW 23rd Ave. HI 8-4151
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
FLORIDA FILTERS INC.
Air Cleaning Devices for All Applications
WHOLESALE
3110 NE 2nd Avenue
Phone FR 1-8625
TOUPEES WIGS
GLAMOROUS INDIVIDUALLY STYll R P ECcS
BRAIDS CHIGNONS FAUS BANGS CURIS
'.' le 3: L< Lian Kill >!>
215 Seybold Bldg FR 3-4141
uiMinnuj
CHAIRS UNLIMITED '
- GREETINGS -
RESTAURANT
HOME OffiCE
SPECIALTIES
FURNITURE IMPORTS DANISH TYPE FURNITURE
731 N. MIAMI AVE. Fit 7- 1121
GREETINGS!I
Dee Hidings
Sin if h Hamilton .Shop
GRINDING SERVICE
231 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE FR 3 2509
Friendship mil si
GIFT FRUIT SHIPPERS SINCE l"24
724 LINCOLN RD 5420 N. MIAMI AVE.
JE 1-3626 PL 4-1424
To All Best Wishes for the Holidays
FEGAN'S SPRAY PAINTING INC.
"Let Us Estimate Your Next Project" "The Best for Less"
1056 E. 43rd ST., Hialeah Phono MU 1-3621
YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS
iiiuiMpIs niwsim 10.
1147 N.W. 22nd Street Phone FR 4V4788


Page 12-B
+Jenist Meridian
Friday, March 31. 1961
AJC Panel Airs
Case History
"Destiny's Tot," a dramatic
adaptation of the case history on
the prejudiced personality from the
late Dr Robert Lindner's book.
The Fifty Minute Hour." was pre-
sented by the discussion group of
the American Jewish Committee
>n Wednesday evening at the Du
pont Plaza hotel
One of the most expertly-execut-
ed tilm> on the subject 01 i
and emotional disturbance, local
experts discussed the film in sym
-mm style.
Panelists were Mrs Charles II
Finkelstein, chairman. Dad" Coun-
> Council oi Girl Scout.-; Leon 1).
Fisher, executive director, Jewish
Famil) and Children's Service;
and Dr. George Jacobson, Miami
psychiatrist. Moderator was Dr.
Periti Scheinberg, chairman, de-
partment of neurology, University
it Miami
Chairing the program was Mrs
Hi Ifiii- Berg, and in charge i I
angements "ere Mrs 1! B Gold-
st m. Mrs. Jerome C Hofmayer
Mrs Arthur Horowitz.
The Hollywood discussion group
>i the American Jewish Comn
h; I a -how ing of "Destinj 's T it
T tesdaj evening at Temple Be
El, Hollywood,
Panelists were Dr. Alan A Lip-
Ion, Miami psychiatrist; Rabbi
Joseph H Naroi. Temple Israel;
and Mrs, Morton Abram. Holly-
ci\ ic leader Model ator w as
Seymour Samet. Southeast area di-
rector oi the American Jewish
< ommittee
Meeting was chaired bj Mrs
R tbert L Berger, coorduiator ol
I hi- Hollywood discussion group
Hebrew Teachers
Meeting Tuesday
Hebrew Teacher.- Assn. ol Great
Miami will meet Tuesday even-
at the home ol Rabbi Bnd Mrs
David Rosenfield, 7530 Da ken-
ax e
Following the appointment i : a
nominating committee bj Mrs .1
.'. Stadlan. president. Rabl i R
fn Id will review "Faithful I I
b> Dr Do\ Joseph
cial Pas over refri
in served
2808 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
A H. SOROKA
DOROTHY SOROKA
TO ALL...
GREETINGS
MIAMI WATER HEATER
COMPANY
Phone NE 5-6715
1334 N.W. 29th STREET
JEWELS SIIVER
WORKS Of ART
Furniture, Antiques and Curios
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1228 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach
T SCHORR
us.n.ss PMM JE 1-107 5
IhMm Phon. JE 4-2S03
As a salute to the Civil War
Centenrral, th<^ all-time great
"Gene wuh the Wind," star-
ring Clark Gable as Rhett
Butler, can now be s^-en on
the local screens oi Womet-
co's Caiib. Miami. Miracle
and 163rd Street Theatres.
Metropolitan Bank Dividend
A .1 II ;, r 11 s, chairman, an
nounced thai a cash
twenty cents per share was de
dare : bj the board ol directoi
the Metropolitan Bank ol Miami
at its meeting Mar I
Beach High PTA
Views Air Force
Col. Joseph W Martorona. vice,
'commander of the Homestead Air I
Force Base, will speak on the "Ed-,
ucational Possibilities fur Both
Girls and Boys in the Air Force
at a Miami Bench Senior High
School PTA meeting Tuesday even
ing in the auditorium
Sgt IV r Leonar the Colonel's
rid a WAAF v supplement
the discussion
has will be on the mi
progra n and feui to
six-ft. replici I the T I as
Vanguard, Boma I '> le.
will bi
I ,i ,, olor fi m on thi -
subject, narrated b> James Stew
art, will also be shown Mr-.
Myron .1 Mitnick is in charge ol
the program
Mrs Leon Green, president, will
conduct a short business meeting,
which w ill include electi oi of-
ficers for the nexl sen
Senior Citizens
Ciub Meetings
i >hip Club, sport-
bj Beth r iran Cortf rej ation
; ii" senior citii i meets ever}
: i laj r 10 Room 2
Beth Tor ah -t hool
Officers are Le n I. K.-ller.
chairman: Arthur Knell, B Man-
del and Joseph Gropin, vice presi-
dents; Emanuel Papy. financial
an.I recording secretary; Paul
Lichter, treasurer; and Marcus
Lenchize, welfare chairman
TO ALL GREETINGS "Since 1922'
JOE GUTHBIK'S REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
-OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, Florid.
Phone PL 7*1151
TO ALL GREETINGS .
WEST DIXIE
CLINICAL LABORATORY
COMPLETE LA30RATORY FACILITIES
rests I Cards Mar- atCs
V.CE SE HABLA
JOSE CARTAYA, M.T.D.
DIRECTOR
12990 W. Dixie Highway, No. Miami
PL 9-0391
GREETINGS TO ALL
M. S. ALLEN
Funeral Home
SERVICE AND DIGNITY
1744 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
FR 1-8343
GREETINGS .
NICHOLS HOUSE OF UPHOLSTERY
MARINE UPHOLSTERING
AUTO CAR TOPS
1860-79th Street UN 5-7772
TREASURE ISLE. NORTH BAY VILLAGE
To All Greetings
Tharpe's Iron Works
WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS ORNAMENTAL DOORS. Etc.
3155 N.W. South River Drive Miami
Phone NE 5-8713
Best Wishes
For A Happy
Passover
IMIHIAISVMM
PARAMOUNT
FLORIDA
BOULEVARD
BEACH
SHERIDAN
SHORES
REGENT
GABLES
CORAL
OLYMPJA
of
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TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES .
L & M. PAVING OF MIAMI. INC.
L. & M. DRAINAGE, INC.
J. R. Lightsey Y.V.Mitchell
SIDEWALKS CURBS GUTTERS STORM SEWERS
DRAINAGE SOAKING PITS PARKING LOTS '
FREE ESTIMATES Phone MU 8-9616
3050 N.W. 30th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
16 Miracle Mile
EXQUISITE FURS
HANDBAGS
Coral Gabies
SUPERIOR STYLING
ACCESSORIES
The Ultimate In Custom Dry Cleaning
Fur Storage
To All My Friends and Accounts
HAPPY PASSOVER
E. H. BROEKEMA
Or*>r 20 1vars
ln<<>mr Tax Kxpvrt
12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PL 4-1439
HOLIDAY GRtETINGS TO ALL
Xu-Art MtVYS of cfiialilv
1688 Alton Road Phone JE 4-4382
NtA* LINCOLN HOAD
Mike Mersel Happy Passover Ossie Mersel
mikes xkws a sr\intirs
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Forty-First Street Miami Beach Phon. JE 8-6707


larch 31. 1961
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insky Heads Cedars Fund
Dunsk) has been appoint
raisii director for Cedars
in Hospital according to
.:. i ment by Samuel T
|ro. picsident <>f the hospital.
i i ast, Dunsky has led the
..;-mp activities of Mt. Sinai
ipathic General Hospital?
Wars of Lebanon Hospital in
:l' titan Medical CenU r is
schi i ul< d n r completion bj Sept,
15. The 282-bed, non-sectarian hos-
pital will cost $4,500,000.
Dunsky said that citizens in Dade
county "are becoming increasingly
awan of the frightening shortage
ol hospital beds in the ana.
|T0 ALL CKUT INGS .
Abbott Gardens Private School
NURSERY THRU 8th GRADE
^05 ABBOTT AVE. PHONE UN 6-4818
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Hoover Awning & Mfg. Co.
'21 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone PI 4-2667
Awaingi Solarium* Toraeuliai
C.nepiti Beach Cabanei Canvas GorogM
Bcoch end Garden Umbrellas Lawn and Garden Furniture
Caaves Paint Wateraraaffng
"We Make Anything in Canvas"
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
7100 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone PL 7-2541
Miami
IT IS OUR PI.EASURF TO
~ SEASON'S BEST V\ E3
tcc:^ ma iy -
ACQ'J, INCES .
A. F. Foster Bridge Corporation
Foster & C^rry, Inc.
F & C Industries, Inc.
A. F. Fester, Inc.
MARINE ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
PILE DRIVING BULKHEADS CADGES
FOi/WO 5 DOCKS end GROYNES
CRANE RENTALS
18851 N T. 2?th Avenue
Wl 5-5431
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances
Best Wishes for Passover
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service. Inc.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
B and B
AIR CONDITIONING
MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS INSTALLATION & REPAIRS
411 MAKtS
AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION
24-Hr. Service Motors Rented Repaired
JE 1-0665 122-2nd St., Miami Beach
Nights Sundays Holidays Dial M 9-2057
H. L. Robertson & Associates, Inc.
NUMBING, HEATING and GAS INSTALLATIONS
"W COVff GftfArfff *HA*W"
[3U8 S.W. 22nd Street Miami, Florida
Phone HI 8-1788
ALL GREETINGS .
A. L McMULLEN
Insurance
'E NOW HAVE THE NEW NO ACCIDENT SAVINGS PLAN
SAFE DRIVERS AWARD 30co DISCOUNT
FR 4-1702 1323 West Flaalif Street
GREETINGS .
LATTA RADIO & T.V. SERVICE
To Have Your T.V. or Radio "Correctly Repaired,
Honestly Priced" Call LATTA
CE 5-1771
We Sell the Best and Service the Rest
11333 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY KENDALL, FLA.
Open 9 A.M. to P P.M.
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
HIALEAH PLUMBING &
WATER HEATER CO., Inc.
WATER HEATERS SOLD INSTALLED
REPAIRS SERVICE NEW INSTALLATIONS
TROWELL & SON
24-Hour Emergency Service TU 8-8675
3374 Palm Avenue Hialeah
TO ALL GREETNGS GIL RYON
FLAMINGO TAX SERVICE
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
8605 NW 22rH AVENUE
PL 1-3502
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COlNTV in CHANCERY
No 61
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notice is hereby uiven that
th* und<1-iun. (i. dealrlns i" encase In
buaineaa itidei thi Nctitioua name of
BEYER ECNERAI. HOME ;.t .....
N V. .'.'tii Avenue, North Miami Beach,
Florida Intend to regrtnter ald name
with the clerk ( the Circuit Court >'f
I lade County, h lorlda
HARRY W. BEYER
EMANl'EL MANDEL
RICHARD E. I'KITCH
n \xii:i. i. mi.:man
DAVID I. CR< 'WELL.
LAURENCE 8 Hl'RWIT
SETH I. RHODES
HAItol.n SWEET
i.kstki: MARCOL1S
DANIEL I. OILMAN
At tome > for Applicant!
1140 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Pla.
3 10-17-M-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Iht undersigned, denlrlll -HKH4T*' 111
buaineaa under th- fictitious nami of
IKILDMAN, eloLDKTEHU A PAC-
Z1ER .. : We*l Flagler Street, Mi-
ami, Florida Intend to regfatei I
name with th. Clerk ->f the Circuit
'..in t of 1 lade i "i >unty, Kloi i''.>
JER< 'ME UOLDMAN,
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SAMI'BL ;< iLDSTEIN,
pal tner
1/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby uiven thai
1I I -; B r i. i .'.- p| ., g. in
iHifineas mder the fictitious nami of
ITS1NESS SERVICE lU'REAl' OK
FLORIDA .it Dade Count) Intend to
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JOSEPH MILLER
SIDNEY ErRONSON
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NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that
the ii ring to hk.>^'-
in buaineai un l< I III loua name
(.( I'NIPORM RENTAL SERVU'E at
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M< IRT' IN R< iTHENISERU
\i:,.t!;. Newa) I'nlform .\. Towel
: In
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NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN thai
Ihe tiii'lt I'Miitii !. deirth t" enjrage in
. ., drt thi rictitioUM name ol
RICHARD -'I Ml VM1 at US N W Tth
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
notice is hereby uiven thai
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+Jeist fhrkMam
Friday, March 31, 1961
Bernard Weksler addresses a meeting of the Coral Gables
Civic Assn. at the Gables Youth Center. Weksler. an active
]ewish community leader, is a candidate in the forthcoming
city commission race in Coral Gables.
Bible Contest Winners Revealed
The three winners of the district
Eible content who will represent
Siu'hern Florida at the regional
Bible contest in Miami on Apr. 16
ire JeMca Hae. daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs. B Leon Hurwitz. of the
Bureau of .tewi>h Education He-
brew High School: Carol Joy, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. I);i\i<)
Goldberg. Temple .luclea: and
Michael Ann. dout-'htor of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Resell. Temple Israel
1 hej hesi m the writ-
ten exal hold under thi
direction ol Herlx i Berger, a--.-
tant director of the Bureau of Jew
ish Education, and will compete lr
the regional contest, with winner
of the Georgia district to determilW
who will be ~ent to New York CitJ
for the finals on Sunday. Apr 30
National winner will receive ;
trip to Nrael. Louis Schwartzman
executive director, i< ;r. charge o
arrangements for the regional con
test. National Bible contest i.<
sponsored by the department ol
i i. n and culture ol the Amer
ican 7 on'vi c"<>11n<-.'. and the Israel
Societs
5EST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
TIU >!\\ LORD costumes
Made tc Order Costumes Since 1S25 "Truman Lord"
1741 W. FIAGLER ST. Phone FR 1-2011
GREETINGS...
Houmt < ompanv. lnr.
Fire and Casualty Insurance
llouscr IKcalfv (o.. Inr.
Reel Estate Property Management
Florida llntiil and .Mort^i^ f'o.
Mortgage Loans & Investments
616 S\V 12-h AVENUE
2534 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Laude-dale
Dial FR 3-6631
Ph. lO 6-2845
TO ALL NGS -
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DtKNEB
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
4 LOCATIONS
THE MAYFLOWER RESTAURANTS
FULL COURSE HOLIDAY DINNERS
SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU
ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES
"Good Food for All the Family"
Biscayne Blvd. at SE 1st St. Right on U.S. 1
SW 8th St. & 39th Ave.
1400 NW 27th Ave. 3601 N. Miami Ave.
PLENTV OF FREE PARKING
MIAMI SANATORIUM
AND NEUROLOGY INSTITUTE
FDR TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL and PSYCHIATRIC
ILLNESSES, ALCOHOL and DRUG HABITUATION
A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS OF
LEADING NEURO-PSYCHIATRISTS
PRIVATE ROOMS
RATH ARE FLEXIBLE
CAPACITY LIMITED
7831 N.E. Miami Ct. PL 7-1824 or PL 4-53!
'I1
\~4reetinqs
b/
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Mrs. W. F. Rockwell
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NATIONAL
TITLE
COMPANY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 4-1601
Branches:
LEGAL NOTICE
Huntingtcn Medical Bldg.
Fcri Lcudeidale
GREETINGS TO ALL
U. S. PLASTERING COMPANY
Plastering tithing Stucco To Please You
No Job Too Small or Too Big
1736 S.W. 6th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone FR 4-8115
GREETINGS .
ELLIOTT E. STALLINS
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY
'THROUGH SERVICE TO YCJ Wl I ..
2755 S.W. 27th Ave. Phone HI 6-1653
GKtlJINGS...
SETTLE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, INC.
BUY WITH CONflDtNCt IN COKAl 0MUS SINlt 1946
2340 Pence Oe Leen Blvd. Free Delivery HI I 2607
GREETINGS...
THE PARRAKKET SHOP
BETTER BUDGIES TOYS EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES RARES
Member ol A.B.S.. UBS. C.B.A.. S.P.C.A.
4401 NW 7th Avenue Miami Phone PI 4-3402
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO.
4700 N.W. 38th Avenue
Sine* 1918
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tssberg, 68,
ises Away
r (irossber*. 68. of 610 SW
fed Mar. 25.
|cam here 33 years ago from
Hi and maintained a home
ji addition to one here.
u. a founder of the Greater
hi Jewish Federation, the
I Men's Hebrew Assn.. and
IK lor: da Commercial Alliance.
|e wt a ywiir mimlwr of
I David Synagogue and well-
vn *s a Miat* ready-to-wear
rchant.
iter bis reirement from the
Inent industry, he was associat-
Liih .-eitlin Insurance Co.
jirvr. rig are his wife. Anita.
. i two brothers, three sis-
t anci throe grandchildren,
lervict were Mar. 27 in Gordon
ilome.
ABRAHAM OSMAN
's'.. of IfgM .1.' at., Ba> Harbor In-
land, illeil Mnr. i He came here
three u'lis ago from Brooklyn and
iva* u retired ieweio manufacturer
H- :i : member of the Jewlnh W'ai
Veteran* and New York Jeweler*
Itenevileiil A -si. Surviving Bee li s
wife. Ethel; aon. Oer.ild; daughter,
Mr- Carole i.i brothe Juoi
four sist.-r.-. lira. Bdoa Hlum. Mrs.
Rhoilu Perkell, Urn Beatrice Cornell
and Mr* Moll) Miller; and four grand-
children Services, a/ere Mar. 27 In
Uo don i *uneral Horn*
HARRY BERNSTEIN
xT. of MM I-: Bay Harbor .ir. Boy
Harbor Inland, died Mar -> Ha fame
here rlghl yearn ago from Deep River,
(Mini in i u i- i member >< ihe Ma-
Lodge Surviving are two
daughter*. Mra Ann.- i: Dreyer and
Mr* Lilian B A pool; aon, Charlei
w i grandi hi rt ind two great-grand -
liililr. S.r.h.s M'ere Mar. _'7 in
Itlveraide Memo il Chapel, Normand)
l-le
died Mar It. He came hare six yeurs
ago fmm Brooklyn and aaa a retired
fodd awliaillllll BlQrviVtng are hi Wife.
Vfit.i. a son. plater, and four grand-
children Service*, Including Manonic
rites, aere Mar, L't In Guidon KMneral
Home
HAROLD RESNICK
Sit, ol" 111'. IVlllis. Ivjnia aye., Miami
Beach, iie,i Mar. S9. lie cnnie hare
alx yeurc ngo iroin New lor*, surviv-
ing are hla parent*, Mr. and Mis Bam
Roanick; two brothera, Abe and I.....n;
and a slater, Mrs. Kuth Harris serv-
i..- were Mar 24 in Kiveralite Me-
morial Chapel, Waahiiigt<>n ave. %
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MRS. JENNIE FURTH
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lo \.ars ago from New y.rk Rurvh
Ina. are aon, a brother and five
daughte'rs. including Mrs Silvia Hi. h
ter and Mr- Mar) I.i. hi Her*.....-
were Mir ??> in Newman Funeral
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Mar '.' She 'an here alx year* i~"
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She came hare mx yeara ago
Brooklyn. Surviving i.- her buatNirid,
Hyman. fceivioee a/ere Alai in
Rlvaralde Memorial Chapel. M'aahing-
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MAX H COHEN
ol 620 : st.. Miami Beach, diad
Mar. 21. lie came hare S3 >eur* agu
from Kej We-t and vain retired con-
tractor Sut vlvlng are his wife, Roae,
a aon, Stephen; a daughter, Mra i'a-
tricla iieimiin a brother, Ben; and
two aiatera, Including Mra. iii- Blun
ber| Service* .-r.- in Kej u -, with
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. all.
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like, people who know us and like to do
business with us. Whether it's a savings
account, arranging for a mort^-tge to
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readil/ available), refinancing an east-
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MRS. MARY GOODMAN
94, of IT": No Meridian ave., Miami
Beach, died Mar -'- She came here
.". eara Ago from Detroit and waa ..
member of Beth Jacob t'ongregatiou
Surviving are five aona and two
daughter*, Including Mra. Helen I'u-
Plne ami Siim LevTnaon t..- -t-r-.
!. grandchildren and 23 great-gra d
chlldien Servlcea were Mai
Riveraide Memorial Chapel. Normand}
Isle
DAVID GROSSBERC
15. of :.:! M-: 1SI .-t No Miami Beach,
died Mar 21 He came here eight ir
ngu from N->. York Cits and nan
. ,1 ,-,.. b okei Siiiviv Ina in
wife. Rebecca; two daughte I
,i i..i i: .. ., i ion, Stanley
- .. Mir 22 i" Riverside Ml
mortal chapel Sormand> l-l-
MRS BERTHA SKALKA
Miuml died Mai
She came here in>>' eai an
\. .. \ k Surviving two
Mr
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Section C
The Order of the Passover Seder
The Festival of Passover marks the liberation of the Children of Israel toric event, is conducted on the first two nights of Passover. Here are
from Egyptian bondage. The traditional Seder,commemorating that his- illustrated, in order, the symbolic observances prescribed for the Seder.
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TV Seder begins with the ceremony of' Kiddush." a benedif- Water is poured in accordance with ritual, over the kinds of A sprig of paisley or o!hcr vegetable is dipped in s.i't wattt and
IjOOOM-i vwne, whuhpioduims the holiness of the day. the person who conduits the Seder, in preparation for the next eaten to symbolize the ncj.r 8lep, the dipping oi food into walt.
under Egyptian opprets.cn.
DIVIDE
The ooe u no conduct* the Seder breaks the middle ma\70 of
Ihe ihie in the cover before him The larger part is wrapped
in a napkin and hidden to use a* the "Ahkomgn" ^dessert)
RECITE
T-:ra
The key to the Seder ceremony is the recital of the Passover
story which includes Mah nishtanoh," the familial Foul
Questions, asked by the youngest child.
'* 1.AVE
Now everyone performs the ritual washing of the hands and
recites the usual blessing, as is customary before eveiy meal

BLESSING OVER MATZO
The traditional benediction -Mo'lii' is recited, then a speiul
btewing lor the DMtZQ Eath person eats two pitcel Of DMUO,
broken liom the top and middle nuuos in the cover.
BITTER HERBS
irrp
Tvervone now e.^ts bitter herbs l symbolic reminder of
sUveiv dipped in C h.uoseih. a ir;\turc of apples, wine.
and nuts, representing the mortar used to build the pyramid*.
COMBINE
Biile- he-bs and mat 70s ."re eaten together in accordance with
the interpretation of Hillel, a great TalmuUw Mgt, f>ho tivtd
ui Uu, tune oi the Holy Temple.
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The Seder concludes with prayers and songs of thanksgiving,.
piaiit and rejoicing.


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Passover as Eternal Symbol of Freed
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By MEtR CHARNIAK
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Th holiday of Passover
h k quently and convini
ly ci the idea of freedom, which :s
one reason :h..- Pas i ver is mark-
ed with enthusiasm by hundn -
of thi i; J< u who mi > I e
lewhat indiffi n n\ to other fi -
:i\als on thi Jewish calendar.
During this thirteenth, or Bar
Mitzvah, year of Israel's rebirtl
il especially fitting that wi i I
servi Passover this season with
renewed interest and pass
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p'Jeniif' fcrifftr
p2}e 3-
he Distant Origin of the Haggadah
By BEN Cl.'.DM
you war.: ie Bibli-
, i snce oJ
it Exo-
u re two indments
listed. Oi > '1'' , fat] er to teU thy mi in Ut
saying: II because of that
|'ch e Lor I I when I
nc forth on- Egypt." Hm
L : issage I th the eat-
of the l'a.-i': Lamb, the Iamb
Ich the children of Israel sacn
(.,j jusl before : bc-^jan their
lat journey I >'" This
..., e specifies I ie re [uiremeni
atinji of hal lamb
ests the children
ask what the ceremony
fans and adds I the parents
explain it
b.'o one i> certain when the cele-
|ation of Passo* .:an but
dat is certain u that it was a
different from : 1 < present rit-
I The original iorm probably
[nested of the eating of the
Ischal lamh. as ordained, and
narration of the story of the
jht from Erij;'- >> the head of
Ie family There was no formal
*t the Haggadah was yet to
Ene and the head of the house
tstimably decided how he would
the Exodus itory and what he
Dul'l put into it.
(presently there developed a de-
Ve for a more uniform procedure
the Passover meal, particu-
ly during the period of the Sec-
Temple in ancient Israel.
ttghly from the fifth century
More the Common Era to the
r~: century' of our era. At that
ne, the daily. Sabbath and fes-
al prayers were beginning to
|sume a standard form.
Modifications Med*
first step toward a stand-
lized ritual came from a chap-
in the Mtshnah which provides
the four cups of the Passover
fcnediction an(i gives the form for
four questions. The form of
questions in the Mishnah irt-
tates that the entire ceremony
is performed at the end of the
fcssover meal Rabbi Gamaliel
)eeifiid that the symbols of the
ichal feast the lamb, the un
. I brea I and the bitter
::>. were to be mentioned in
ie ritual. T i th was added a
(anksgiving for i.beration from
Pharaoh an I Sie i.-. iting ol
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Modern exodus trom exile and return to Israel through the
assistance of the United Jewish Appeal. "No one is certain
when the celebration of Passover began but what is certain is
that it was a lot dihere.it 10m the present ritual."
the lfallel Psalms, lumber* 113
to 113
By the time the Mishr.ii was
completed, in about the year 200
of the Common Era. the narra-
tion, or Haggadah. had reached j
fairly fixed form. Considerable
latitude was still permitted, how-
ever, for expanding the narrative.
Learned men would expand and
expound on the wonders of the
Exodus until the daybreak after
the Seder.
Modifications and enlargements
of the Haggadah were made as
the centuries passed. A partic-
ularly favored source >t' such
changes was the Mblttab from
which was added the description
of the four types of children who
ask what the Passover rites
mean. Some of the songs at the
end of the narration were no: add-
ed until the sixteenth century. At
about that time, the fixed text
emerged.
The Jewish propensity for ex-
haustive spelling out of tradition-
al material -oon made the text of
the Haggadah so long that its
reading became burdensome when
:t was read in its entirety at the
end of the meal. Some time in
the Middle Ages, the procedure
was changed; a large part of the
questions, answers and explana-
tions of the meanings of the sym-
bolic objects was recited before
the meal. This change has been
followed to this day and explains
why the structure of the Hagga-
dah. with its opening questions
and answers, has lost its original
meaning.
The various groupings within
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Where Miracles are Somewhat Common
By ANITA ENGLE
Jei
Fol s a story abou
mimei*. o#dl :rtrs>*HBirrt t*mk r>.
in Jems, li m v> >
18i e days then \ -
no orga
estine ; i Zi nisi oi aniza-
lion : < pli wenl to Eretz Is
solelv | is intly. in
name ol religion Zioi
praj er and i itrona P
the parl I evout Jews who
settle other h cities, ai
on the : the J

try to I ; ''
Ir
was ass I bt,
have I ibou
so that it she
erhaps e
lim \
each of tl I
very 1 11
\ idu ils ha I his *-n n
Outsl
pie was the cabbalisl H
Moishe Meshil Gelbsteir
Bialistock He ha I tho
and deepl) about the subject
had been given his answer.
Around the Wailing V hain
of synagogues and yesivot mus-
be set up so that people sh<
stud} daj and night, ai
be kept burning perpetually in ths
vicinity where once the Ten
had stood, and over which the
Hol> S;>:r.; ~tiil hovered.
Money was no problem to Gelb-
stein. He hadn't an> himself, of
course, but there was the great
benefactor. Sir Motes .Monlefiore.
When he heard what had to be
done, he would surely hasten to
perform it. And so in the sum-
mer of 1875 Gelbstein wrote him
a letter
Notional president o{ the United Order of True Sister- VM
an award on behalf of her organization at services o*
vue Hospital Synagogue in New York City. "Around the
ing Wall a chain of synagogues and yeshivot must 1 e se; up
BO that people should study day and night, and light be kept
burning perpetually where once the Temple had stood .."
"I want to inform Your Honor."
he wr ite him. "that Cod has help-
ed me to revive something very
irtant for all Israel. To re-
" nuns of the world iN B
The ruin< of the world' is a fig-
ure of speech meaning "the ruins
Of krael.'J In the time when the
Temple was standing, priests and
Levites were stationed all around
the Beth Ha Midrash. and never,
by day or night did voices cease
to be raised in Hibbat Zion love
Of Israeli before the Holv One.
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ON THIS HOLIDAY OCCASION
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Tins was a commandment
i* stated, in the Torah
"God has reveal. It
this commandment should be car-
ried out even though the Temple
is no longer standing Ar ui
Temple il mean around the place
where the Temple stoodI. in the
houses beside the Wailing Wall
near Zion Gate, and in every cor-
ner, there must stand perpetually
Cohens and LcvitCS, who pray day
and night, without ceasing tor ifl
Israel. Just as in the courtyard
of a king, where, as we know
there are always watchmen >uno
ing on guard. What we have to
do. therefore, is to bu> or Ntf
houses and courtyards near tlw
Temple that is. ar jnd the
mount where the Hou.-e stood, and
in particular, beside the MTailisf
Wall. Our Jewish b rethrta
throughout the world will help coi-
led the money necesvar- for toil.
And believe me. Your Excellency,
if God inspires you to understand
this great commandnien- >ou.
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Significant Books for Passover Season
By HAROLD U. RIBALOW
During this Passover season,
when we look back into our past
and reflect on the shape of the
future, it is within the spirit of
Passover to judge the creative ef-
forts of fellow Jews, especially
m the field f literature. For it
is in our books that we live and
display our tenacious character-
ises of survival.
This will not be a '"survey" of
books, with lists and publishers
and. prices of books. Instead. I
wish only to call attention to a
I andful of volumes, each with a
: trial quality Of its own. which
will enrich, or inspire or educate
> reader who picks it up and
scans it. Some of these titles el-
ready arc well known and have
attained the status ol best-seller
A few never will. Some you may
never have heard about. All. how
ever, are worthy of \our time and
your thought.
Because we devote our thoughts
ic the unity and history of the
Jewish people in the Passover
period, I think it is proper that 1
begin with those books which deal
with the immediate, but dark.
, st, the years of destruction and
persecution. It is perhaps hopeful
ihat volumes of the period of Jew
-h extermination are no longer
Ihrust aside, but are selected by
U>ok clubs, bought by the tens of
thousands and discussed by ordin-
ary men and women who, a few
years ago. wanted to forget the
?errors of the Hitler years.
Definitive Insight*
William L. Shirer's "The Rise
and Fall of the Third Reich" of-
fer* more factual material on the
Hitler age than any single book I
know. It is a huge volume tnear-
v 1 200 pages of narration) and
sells lor $10. Yet it has been a
top beat-seller for some five
month* It is an impressive and
massive work. It not only recapit-
ulates the entire Nazi era. but it
is authoritative history because
Ml Shirer has had at his disposal
h confidential archives of the
German Government, of Heinrtch
Himmler's secret police and se-
cret papers and private diaries
conference reports and tran-
scripts of telephone conversations
of Nazi leaders which had been
lapped by the Air Ministry of Her-
i an Goering,
Thus, this is. as of the moment.
ihe definitive history of the Third
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thropist Morris Morgenstern (center) who receives a gold Men-
orah from B'nai B'rith for his humanitarian efforts in Jewish
causes. Morgenstern, on avid collector of Americana, has
placed the celebrated 1790 Geoige Washington letter to Touro
Synagogue in Newport, R.I., on permanent display in the B'nai
B'rith bldg.
Reich. Mr. Shirer, who as a cor-
respondent covered Germany, is
not the usual "objective" hi*tor
ian. He hates the Nazis but one
can excuse his hatred when one
reads the material he makes pub-
lic for us. How German business-
men vied for contracts involving
torture chambers and other in-
strumentalities of horror is a
chapter of modern history record-
ed for the first time in Mr Shir-
er's illuminating volume. The
book is full of new insights, new
information, but it still tells the
ancient tale of persecution against
the Jews. If you read no other
book this year, find the time for
'The Rise and FaM of the Third
Reich."'
A second title which cannot be
overlooked, indeed which will
scar >our memory, is Andre
Continued en P9* 12 C
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Moshe Gat. talented young Israeli artist, cneo! some c! h:s latest work, drr.e in the Mexkcj
the Americc-Israe! Cultural Foundation's style, while studyinq with SiqueirOS ir. Mexico |
scholarship winners is seen in New York with en a Foundation scholcrsh.p
Moshe Gat: Promising Young Israeli Artist
By ELAINE AUGUST
If hard work a relentless drive
to learr. and a snglcne>> of rur-
pose were all that were needed
to achieve a goal, there it no
doubt that Mo>he t'.at. 25-year-olc
Israeli artist, wouid achieve it
Put Moshe aKo has a rare st ->.
tivitj to ar.rf a deep compa*
for peoph and an unusual ti
for expressing these feelings or
his canvases. This combination
of ability ar.d dri\e make Moshe
Gal ere of the mo>t promising
vounj <^ rtemporary art;>t-
MoshJ is MM oi the many gifted
young I-rac*,:s who have benefited
from a scholarship award of the
America-Israel Cultural Founda-
ITm scholarship program an-
gives some ISO Israeli
musicians, dancers and
writ en th< opportunit) to develop
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their 'ret..! talents The ;rtjH
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in 1957. en as Mexico.
A representational a i Modi
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br more 14 r-< (... M the I
ican muralist David V faro *
quetros teen phot trapes si
his worl an want< d M
work arittl t B
After .: fruitful y< in inlM
country M d hi> '
his lsra<. B*e< rhean rt --!
to Vt \.i i ( arn hi in I
New York Thej plai
for a year *r...'< he p
hiha* in this eottntrj S
bis srorki i currentl: I
in the Tribu Galler v*
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complete< successful one-Bill
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riday, March 31. 1351
*Jewish FhrkBan
Pa 79 7-
ln March, his i, bastings and
engravings werv exaiblted in the
Sinai Temple in
Mr. and Mr- i e :n a small.
furnished twi apartment in
Manhattan, Cl : overflow-
j wifi Mos Id gs and
-awings, with itiii nv re
rk bejng sh.;-je ! New Orleao j
Art is Se.-Ijjs
of big
Mfx;y
"Pretty soon, tn i;. I with a
t. Afeep : bis "vi e will be
j'lle to mow a studio
i: that I am ran 11 "
\i.i [1 coal -i moment
r BOOD." addei 3i::a. explain
; that her '. md restless
Lnenheisnc md com-
. itely absor; i when he is) is
[impatient to u,-: bask to work.
To M -ht ar ; -enou- bu>i-
I -- | he |, -.:n one of his
br.freqiH n| sm I it the storied
[ an life A he artist is not
peo] ft wta > a: s --..iii* about
their ca en
Mosh< pair/- i'the poor
ie ag< the He paints
hem w th sympa h> an.) with t
impelling power, reflecting the
idnesj and hopelessness of pov-
erty 5Jut h Jives 'Unity to
i tvertj
"This what I pi.nt. because this
what I understand," Moshe
nd "1 was born Jid grew up
> i the wrong si Ie of the tracks in
owntown Haifa. ar.d the Israeli
nor. like many Jf the Mexican
jr. rave gTn. iignity and
i engtt "
Moslx never considered being
Anything but an artist and his
wily never wavered in its en-
turagement of the boy who
k'.A< talent front t^.e time he
fas oU enougd t> hold a pencil
his hand.
"My uncle was my first teach-
Ir M< she Mid "Although he
l&inted as a hobby, he was a very
lent*, artist My mother, who
mbroidi red :>.:.-. > make a
|vmg, was my fire: critic and my
rat m.
"I dt.oureJ '.>>>'v- of reproduc-
Jons "i the great masters and
r>- verj impressed by the paint-
llgl of PietJT Breughel. He was
> id^: Unfortunately for art
iudenti I>rael does not have
i.ui> o: the originals of the mas-
"v and my greatest wish was
see .id study tae real thing."'
w"hei Mosbe was 15. he began
stud} drawing at the Municipal
ludio ir. Haifa an-1 ne year later.
e wa> accepted at the Bezalel
hool Arts f. i Crafts in Jeru-
plem, ition- Israel tupported by the
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Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New York, and world-renowned
pianist Artur Rubinstein discuss America-Israel Cultural Foun-
dation plans with leaders of the Foundation. Left is Samuel
Rubin, president. Right is Robert 3. 3en]amin. board chairman
of United Artists.
America-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion Within a short time he par-
ticipated :n collective exhibiti -
and one-man shows Before Moshe
left Israel, he t.iu.:ht in three kib-
butzim huh schools an) two pub-
lic -i boots
"When I received word that I
had won a scholarship tor study
abroad, it was like a dream come
true." he recalls, "and I shall al-
ways be grateful to the America-
Israel Cultural Foundation for the
opportunity this scholarship has
given me."
Mexico Hit Choic
The young scholarship winner
decided to travel to the art cen-
ters of Europe and the United
States and study the great mas-
ter* before going to Mexico He
arrived in New York early in
1358 on a bitter cold day. loa i'--i
with canvases and plagued by an
ear infection. His desire to see
the American art collection- *j-
frustrated b] his illness, and i-
soon as he felt well enough, he de-
cided to leave immediately for
Mexico.
From every standpoint. Mexico
turned out to be a fortunate
choice for Moshe. He painted
m irals with Siqueiros. found a
rich source of material for his
own work and studied and be-
came exceedingly skilled in the
graphic arts. Within three years,
the works of this prolific young
artist (woodcuts, engravings, litho-
graphs and etchings as well as
paintings and drawings) were
widely exhibited in Mexico, won
high critical acclaim and achiev-
ed public recognition. Fourteen
of his drawings and woodcuts are
now part of the permanent collec-
tion in Mexico's Museum of Mod-
ern Art. which hang in this fam-
ous museum along with the works
of Rivera. Orozco, Siqueiros and
other world-famous Mexican art-
ists.
It is probably characteristic of
Moshe that although he was com-
fortable in Mexico where he was
acknowledged as one of its leading
artists, he decided to pick up
stakes and return to Israel
"There is a lot of work to do in
Israel he explained. "I want to
use the things I have learned to
paint my people and my country
I want to help decorate Israel's
new buildings with murals "
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In keeping with the ancienl
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In keeping with this fashion, w
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collecting the stamps issued by
the Jewish National Finn!
Keren Kayemeth I elsrael
Stamp ( Meeting has become
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is (Miniated thai there are ele\ i n
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Tht ->'.-i. j
M \f Bi .
;- t M'.:-' Bead '
i-t Di>: -. r jfn ;. > j. man
/-< \ I i'
Gr?4i< Miami jnj If,I a {< :u- .
torn to Israel Hr hoi .-. tt rt I e-.
terui\ e. '. :- i :~ m4l -:rti : I
ilie farmer S i c.v in ; libra.
million stamp collectors in the
I ,. States alone In hi- lite
the late President Franklin
.., Roosevelt was said to
have had an outstanding stamp
.,-.n it is a pastime that
and poor, voung and old. ran
enjoy As former is Postmaster
General .summerfield once said:
Po.-tage stamps are small ob
5, but their significance is
Whoever loves stamps is
ive with life itsell SI imps
ie stor> ota country far
. .,. ... >; j, rhej are ambas
,.,: bi I under-
>tw< en the peoples of
Recollection of 'Seals'
i .-'; National Fund sta ;1-
v iptly fil into this (
. the) tell the
nly as a co ml when
. a hope an I a pi
t \ r> Jew w ho as I
v ,.-, remembers going with
hi* father to an Orthod >x -
go^ue. will recall his a pur-
chasing tickets for the Huh Holy
!>.,> sen ices and then payu in
, ,:., ; >w cents tor a Jewish Na
Fund stamp as a small con
tribution toward the purchase and
,- lemp i< n of land in P
Si i< tl> speaking from a phil-
standpoint, mosi of the
KKI. stamps are no; stamps ->'
all bul should > called "seals "
Tne term "stamp" should be
technically applied only d the
[| adhesive label has been is
- e I by authority <>t a govern-
.: and has been or can be offi-
s illy used as postage Although
many ol the Jewish National Fund
- nps were actually used a~ pos-
tage m the early days ot the es-
tablishment of Israel a* a -\.t\-.
< of these seals were not Hov.
ever, for the purpose of this arti-
cle, the words stamp' and
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History in Stamps
It was at the Fifth / nnist Cm-
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the first KKL stamps Were author-
ized The following yeai in 1901
the first KKI. stamp ., small bu>
seel bearing the si\ pointed Mo
gen David star, was printed and
distributed by the main offu
Vienna. These stamp- wi re warn
ly received, and in pas) >ears
Jews from all over the world re
garded them at symb >l i.^,
ish state-to-be. KKI. stamps b*
came a very import >
ular method of ra
fcr the Jewish Natioi il I
of publicising this .. i
The .INF stamps
placed on envelopes
postage stamp of tht i
country nom which u was
which in countries ,:..-
Russia oitcn resulted n
trouble f^r the sendi I. Pii
estine, the Austrian i
JNF stamps during
regime These stamps
placed on certificates d iloron
document* and other p
Millions of KKI. stami '
been sold In every part
iMobc Several bond
\ arieties have been issi i
in only one color, and
a- many .>- seven coloi
stamp of certain color
t rt denomination was is
distributed by the Jewish V
a I Fund office In I
country only A collect;a ol INF
stamps depicts in an
ating manner the histor) if the
Zionist movement and the pi>
neering effort which imp
the hi^'i ideals ot tht-
The vari(iis colors, man) kiadi
different designs, abundai I ipsa
noble aim. vivid portrayal
eral distribution and constant i
suance over a period "f slansl
sixty years have Increased th?
popularity of JNF stomps a> c*
lector's items.
KKL stamps were issued b> t!*
main office, which originally *
in Vienna. Austria, from 1901 II
1907: then in Cologne. Germs**,
from 1907 to 1914; then ai The
Hague, Holland, from 1315 to
1920; and. finally, in Jenuak*
since 1921. Over the years "'
JNF stamps have also been pnnt
ed by the various branch office'
located in Argentina. Austria, Bra
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Friday. March 31. 1961
+Jewi In corrmemoratior. of the tenth anniversary of the Israel Bond
campaign, which was launched in the United States ten years
ogo by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. a special postage
stamp will be issued by the Government of Israel in tribute to
the vital role of bonds in the development of its economy.
Mmis'er of Posts Benjamin Mints (lefti discusses the new issue
: r. Joseph \. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond
Orgc zation. Th<=> stamp will be put into circulation soon.
national homeland, the reclama-
tion of the land, the dredging of
swamps, afforestation, the efforts
of the British to halt immigration,
and the bravery displayed on un-
Beaworthy ships carrying 'illegal"
immigrants.
Another important subject of
historical significance portrayed
in the KKL stamps Is Jewish 'life
in the Golah or Diaspora, so vivid
ly designed in a series of forty
stamps printed in various colors.
The sights, scenes and persons de-
picted in these vignettes are gone
forever, and now are only a part
Of Jewish history. Many of them
were copied from original sketch-
es, etchings, woodcuts and paint-
in.:- by famous Jewish artists
Also shown in this set of miniature
art works are sketches of old syn-
agogues in various ghettoes of
cities and towns in Europe and
North Africa, which in the main
no longer exist.
Page 9-C
: sic -s Hermann Pv
rlollan' n the United
- :i
.:?h. .-i ;> KH1S y
iromir .'. ish artists
I the JNI -"al-. now this
pin executed almost ex-
i f by leading a rl isi of Is-
ne ol v, 10 n 'ia\ > e lined
inten ioi itatioi phil itel
- des g -r- of thi >o
- in : of the State ol Israel.
\ lection ol JNI *eals should
: h consider I ..- replacing a
Statt : lsrj< 1 stamp collection.
er .i it ad kind to it
Many Personalities
i-'i \ itional Fund stamp
.in be i garded as a gal
i minia'ure'portraits of oul
2 men and women who
hi ." o build the Stale of Israel
I Buildi r- of Israel' consist
:- >ns (Tom many walks ol
i eluded among them are
Mati en. pioneers, philosophers.
';, poets, writers, artist-.
soldier- and rabbi-.
.ith in hi- own distinctive
aj tievoted his life to the causa
ol csUblibing a Jewish state.
Portrayed on these stamps is
y of Jewish leaders from
Thei Herzl. the father of
1 al Zionism, to David Ben
I the Prime Minister of Is
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kiiI Deputed very graphically
are landscapes and historical
eights, including such places as
the earij -et lements and towns
il Dcgania, Ben Shemen, Kin-
neret, Petach Tikva. and Tel Aviv
sis i illustrate l are early institu-
tions of learning such .is the Be-
An Institute in Jerusalem,
(he llerzlia Gymnasium school in
Til Aviv, and the Technion in
Haifa Jewish National Fund
-lamps also portray anniversaries
of cities, towns, settlement.-. in>ti
utions and movement-, as well a-
important happenings in the his-
tory of the Zionist endeavor that
culminated in statehood f->r Is-
rael, -in h as the tight of
the Jews lor independence, the
practical reconstruction, the step-
by step re.-ult- in rebuilding the
Other Subjects
Books have been written on
-ome of the subjects portrayed in
the JNF stamps. One such book
i- entitled. "The Seven Who Fell."
by Dorothy and Pesach Bar-Adon.
which is an exciting story of Jew-
ish heroes from Palestine during
World War II. who parachuted be-
hind the Nazi lines in over-run
countries to bring encouragement
to partisans assisting the en-
deavor of the Allies These seven
men and women are forever me-
morialized in a set of KKI, stamps.
Many other books could vividly
be illustrated by JNF seals.
One group of stamp-, of reli-
gious significance, is called the
Bar Mitzvah -et. and depicts the
ancient symbols of the twelve
tribes of Israel described in the
Bible.
Other interesting topics cover-
ed by the-c stamps are construc-
tion and defense, -ports. Warsaw
ghetto uprising, declaration of in-
dependence. Jewi.-h brigade, end
Continued on Page 1S-C
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Modern immigrants arrive in Israel with their :amed the sanction of Pharaoh for the de
few belongings to begin a new life of freedom, rare of the children of Israel. With thai
Assisting them in their journey were agencies stj.-y of Israelite bondage ends ...
of the United Jewish Appeal. Moses has ob-
Moses Wins Jewish Fight for Freedom
By AL MISHMAR
GOSHEN. Egypt (SNA 1 -
Promptly at the stroke of mid-
night, the thousands of Hebrew
slaves in Egypt will win their
freedom from bondage and leave
The following from Ei>?: wot filed b> 0:e
correspondent \ S nx \
Agency ax | the great e\
Egypt for the no man's land of the
wilderness, marking the triumph
of the long battle ot their leader.
Moses.
The sensational new.- was re
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dred- of newspapermen gathered.
who had no inkling of the reason
for their being summoned, sensed
that something grea wa> brewing
and unammou-l> a-ked "Wh> 1-
:hi- evening Afferent from all
jther evening-'
The handsome brother of Mo-
ses, who handle- public relation-.
ended the su-pense with 1 brief
announcement
"Gentlemen, I have some news
which will be of more "han ordi
nary interest Moses ha- ob-
tained the sanction of Pharaoh
for the departure of the children
of Israel With -.hat. the story of
Israelite bondage ends, marking
also the termination of Israelite residence m Egypt
Preparation- have been made for
the departure of the children ot
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I>rael at midnight tonight
To the question, where 'h>-
raehtes would no. since immigrj
tion restrictions would prob
present their admission to
contiguous countries. Aaron
plied. "We are going into the
wilderness. Ultimately we hops
to enter the Promised Land. : 1
which our ancestor. Jacob 1
bis SODS came to Egypt ."
Motes Criticized
To the question, how the
raeli'e- proposed to exit in
wilderness without lund-. Aar 1
laid God would provide 111
though to your correspond!::'
teemed to pronounce it "mat
As might be expected. Go-he ,
where the Israelites dwell. lU
agog. All over are signs "Ptj
claim Liberty to all the La
reads one Other sign.- read
ply "God and Liberty The:
were some more humorou-
as "No More Bricks*- and Phi
raoh. Make Your Own Bruk-
()ne read "A Plague on all 1/
rants "
However, some of the Urae
are criticising Moses for the ml
night hour set for their departu
They think it would be belter
leave after a good night'- rei
and breakia-t Moses directed
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riiday. March 31. 1961
*Jmrttf fkridirin
Pcge 11-C
lhat the women prepare unlea-
rned bread which would require
little time for baking
It has been .-aid that the difter-
tr.ee between the pood general
, tM Uik bad is tea rruautes Ap-
(arently Moses does not intend
to waste any time. If Pharaoh
should reconsider, the Hebrews
\ill have a head start.
Diplomatic observers here My
history will acclaim the
i mancipation by Moses as un-
: recedented. He baa fought a
. in which few have believi I
r.< had even a remote chance "1
cess, He iv n<> orator to fire
.v:"h his eloquence for libertj
s no orator at all. suffering
from an impediment of speech.
Despite a stammer, an inner
strength communicates itself
. the man which seemingly
moved even the Egyptian
rulers* When he first came upon
scene, some of the children
rael felt that the speech im
pediment would forestall any
^e of access. "If we expect
gel anywhere." they said.
.t |.< ;o get better speech
er. Any rabbi can speak bet-
r than he The waj he speaks
will plague the Egyptians to
h .'"
Great Simplicity
He was also criticised as an
tsider I'nhke the brethren, he
was not enslaved, but raised in
the most luxurious circumstances
i er the supervision of the Egyp-
tian princess. His might have
:' ( n an easy lot but he preferred
devote it to helping his bre-
Ihren in distress. It has not been
i- bed of roses for him and it is
said that on more than one oc-
tasion, he would have been glad
to relinquish his task, except for
i call of conscience.
He is a man of tremendous sim-
city and without personal am
lion There have been those
^ho said that he wanted to be a
but the fact is. he has given
self no title and urges most
strenuously that the people sub-
eel themselves to no King but
alone.
I'nlike most political reformers.
does not think the attainment
: liberty itself is enough Not
> Pharaoh must be removed.
ut they must remove evil from
within themselves. Moses insists
strenuously opposed to calf
r-h;p He teaches that you
it not commit robbery or mur-
1 that you must not oppress
stranger, that you should love
UT neighbor as yourself
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Miracles Seem Commonplace
Hcppy Passover tc Al! .
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Israel.
"Yur Excellincy should know
that 1 have a sign. In tht Holy
Zohar your name is revealed as
the one who is to carry out this
commandment. God forbirt that
1 should lit I cannot explain
such things in a letter"
Th* Modem Miracle
This letter is in the archives of
Jews College, London There is
no record that Sir Moses Monte-
f.i re ver answt n d it. But
Itoishe Gelbstein did not sit idly
waiting until the money should
come from abroad. He went on
doing his part With donations
from among the residents of Jeru-
salem, most of them as impecun-
ious as himself, he used to buy oil.
Every Friday, before the Sabbath,
he would go around to the holy
places in the vicinity, and, ac-
cording to the amount of oil he
had bet n able to buy. he would
fill and light the little lamps
which devout people had left
there.
Ore Friday alternoon in 1881.
Moisht Gelbstein was making the
Continued on Pto ISC
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1961
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Continued from Page SC
Schwarr-Bart's-Trie Last of the
Just." This book. too. has become
a bestseller. Don't allow this
label to frighten you. Read it
anyway. Written in gentle, lyri-
cal prose, it stresses the story of
Jewish suffering, and introduces
the philosophical question: Why is
the Jew placed on earth? Is it to
suffer*1 Mr. Schwarz Rart. who
uses the lepend of the Lamed Yov-
nik. the '.ale of the thirty-six Just
Men who anonymously walk the
the earth, recapitulatesthrough
the re-telling of Jewish history-
all the violent anti-Jewish acts ol
tho-e who hated the Jews through
the centun. -
A Serious Second
l!i- final hero is the Last of the
' ist. a man who willingh joins
women and children, all innocent
victims, in a caravan to a Nazi
death chamber. It is a book rich
in symbolism and even if its sub-
ject is horror, the form of the
narrative is tender. Written in
French, it was a best-seller in
Europe and it has caught on in the
I'nitcd States as well. It is a book
you won't forget. It is an artistic
distillation of the factual report-
ing of Mr. Shirer. Taken together
they are two sides of the same
coin. The Shirer book lacks the
intensity of the Schwarz-Bart. and
the Schwarz-Bart scope of the
Shirer. Yet they are alike in that
they are passionately concerned
with the sad tale of the destruc-
tion of the Jewish people.
The other titles I have in mind
are less tragic and for quite other
reasons rather memorable. They
are Yael Dayan's "Envy the
Frightened;'* Ephraim Kishon's
'Look Back, Mrs. Lot!;" and a
sleeper." that is. a totally un-
known and unsung new novel.
Children at the tree, non-sectarian Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children at Denver prepare ior Passover. ". ii j|
within the spirit oi Passover to judge the creative elforts I :e,
low Jews, especially in the field oi literature. For H is in am
books that we Live and display our tenacious characteristic!
oi survival."
The Human Season." by Edward
Lewis Wallant.
You will recall that when Yael
Dayan's fir-t novel. "New Face
in the Mirror." was issued. Miss
Dayan was criticized for depicting
the woman in the Israeli Army as
without idealism This was es-
pecially painful, for Miss Dayan is
the daughter of a former Chief of
Staff of the Israeli Army and she
herself is an honest-to-goodness
sabra Her new book is more
artistic; it reveals that she i- a
working novelist and not a "one-
shot author; and it is even more
disquieting than the original
novel.
Her -econd novel, "Envy the
Frightened" is brief, but serious.
Its hero is a modern sabra. one
who ha been encouraged to be
tough, to reject religion, to play
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tionships with his friends 1 par-
ents, his wife and. later. own
son. Miss Dayan spare- 10 DOC
The boys who grow up ir Lhe kib-
butzim are alienated from city
life. The city people dor.', under-
stand the kibbutz prodi;- And
Nimrod himself, admirable in
many ways, is a harsh, u.iiikeabk
person. What save* the little
novel is Miss Dayan's o>mplet
candor, her willingness t'1 'acv up
to unpleasant ituatiors Her book
is good fiction but it is more than
that. It is a mirror Into which
we must all loo* if we to un-
derstand the contemporary Israeli
who m. after all. the erui iroduct
of the original Passover ofjr.
The second book on
Ephraim Kishon s satirn il
Back. Mr- Lot:" This i<
difficult volume to deal
satire either come> not. Mr Kishon is a 1
tirist and so m funny as it 1- alo 1- p
and uncomfortahlr Yet
er will learn a vreat d--
Israel that cannot t* -
j :nott
:

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read-
1 bovl
Continued on P9 '>"-
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+Jewist> IkrMinr
Page 13-C
'assover as Eternal Symbol of Freedom
Cc";nu|<|tthCJ p9 2-C
lions The fact is that it
...'. s a-saia'l. hard core of
i 1 Tirw u1'"' ar willing
ftr wi be'ia:: of the ideal
The" ara ^pVcialist1; in Jewish
y .vhO.'cUrn that life for the
,i w Egypt a.- less harsh than
[he >.'"' hat the Jews
v -lnvr bv 'it more comfort-
I i E^ypl uiiiiei ry
|: ;ir this Jesert in tri edom.
I waCrreedom. the w.-h to
irCa^ordij^ to one's heart
; rinc-ioi. j.'tiiat propelled the
i leave :'-

-i M isi | the Jew o H
ypt, (i these an i
ofl^e w nporaril] .,;
regfitte I the move. Bui
odi
Ai ji* Jew i.-'i i"
rulers w li i
i them -
.!.' ish
' ; tout
r: "The firms
I trul .: liberty is the
verj human
i he Fe i si if lsra< I's frei -
its ce :; i- Israel's
... in the great principle of
. i frei I
too the Seder, which has
. lorifie I mg an,I -tory
which vrtelds to this day tre
. appeal to all Jews
i< to cement the Jewish family
when the :"a:her and mother
i : ildren a.nj relatives jjather
ndcr a singly roof, to recall the
i\- of slavery and rejoice in
li. : ppn ,-ors, it is the impensh-
ility of the-iJea of freedom that
lej are celebrating.
^Novelists in America, writing
'( ...h patterns of living in this
ruiury, often utilize the Seder
tin dramatic highlight ol their
Jvt.x It i> a period when the
ienatad Jew returns, or when
\v committed Jew reaffirms his
udai&m. Thi> phenomenon has
if-n r< marked on previously. But
theme holds true for Jews
where as well. Recently, the
Mli.nnt Tumv.jn-Jewish novelist.
|bert Memmi. published a novel
I'nitvd States, entitled
Strangers." which deals with in-
^miirriage. A Jewish physician
his non Jewish wife back
his fa mil) in Tunis, but cvent-
I) 'hey both discover that reli-
lou- conflict cannot be over-
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Tenth Man." Setting is a small synagogue in Lonq Isicr.d. and
Ben-Ami plays a loving grandfather who seeks to prevent his
granddaughter from being committed to a mental institution.
Novelists in America, writing on Jewish patterns of living in
this country, often utilize the Seder ... It is a period when the
alienated Jew returns ."
come, and the relationship is shat-
tered.
Return fo Passover
In Memmi's work. too. the
Seder plays a key eole. He de-
scribes the fir>t Seder in which
his wife participates with his par-
ents and sister Later, she con-
fesses to him that it is 'barbar-
ism He. however, has a totally
different reaction The Seder rit-
ual, the Passover holiday, brings
the Jew closer to his people. "I
was filled with a joyful feeling,"
Heratnl says for his hero, "like a
man just saved from shipwreck
who finds a new savor in daily
life."
In this fashion, the contempor-
ary artists, like the traditional
Jewish men and women who al-
ways observe the Jewish holidays,
return to the Passover and the
Seder.
Truth to tell, the actual story of
Moses and the Pharaoh and the
Continued on Pago 14 C
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rally ui
Je -
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take* piaea .- the Tut'-v.fth ce-.
taarj laaencaa Jewtai beane a
the eok of the
T>.e N .. i was panic
- ar|j trmgmj hj the aaajaai : i
- pan .. tarts *"'- O0h aha
i of the re< :r--e four
- *i as
learch -
- aode>;
iaqu.n sn tie ^ooch yl
Crew n-.err.bers aboard an a^crah carrier hold the Passorv;
Sodot whilai tr.e ihip .< z: sec reading the Haggadah :: -?
ancionl exaius ::orr. Egypt The saaes who orot e :^-
_:.e> BOntribulad to thai Knal torm of the Seder cererr.::.. -.;--
oe turpriawd ot whai changca lite -.n America baa brough!
about r-t there .5 DO doubt they would recognize i1 _:^
t.-.e continuity ol ,'ew.sr. experience through the ages.
Seder V mean
Jewish .- cularlj ^uth
re* eaJ that i ic fre
aarasacd head v>: the
: must u
I the an
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aaraaa ::' poreots
-.ere is also evi at Pass
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WOT -T.e I-" K CO
aal :'. -- f the Se4er eore-
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-e no
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fli;day. March 31. 1S61
+Jenisf Ftcrhfian
Pace 15-C
Where Miracles are Somewhat Common
Continued from Page 11-C
refunds of the holy placr< together
Aith two cronies. There was very
c il :n h: jup when he came
:v ca\r tomb known a> Oral
o i Ha Zadick the tent of
S.men the Righteou?. which is not
mm Sanhedria Even if he
: onlj some Of the lamps, he
., satisfied, for Goo expects no
to do more than bit best.
' then came the miracle.
Ftein filled one lamp, then an-
ihtr and another. His friends
knew hat there was only a little
. he Jug. But they .saw that
poured and poured, and >ti!l
I hen was oil for more. The three
: them understood immediately
at this was a miracle they were
. tnessing They did not lose
-.or presence of mind They just
itched None of them >aid any-
It is forbidden to say a
n rd when you witness a miracle.
r the spell will break So they
tched :n silence.
- :; as a!! the lamps were
the oil stopped. The three
en went straight to the Beth
where Hillol M< ishe Meshil
"' I ported on 'he miracle
an I his
N achi -i. and
:i Yaac< \ gave evi
th they h -.
! I
n i
: witnesses is
M Yai \ an un-
! tie bo
erusali e last
Thi re t her re I
le. for in 1st
avi always been onv

to thai k mj friend
I perm is-
this storj which ap-
ish m .. :< r the fir-t
!y or.e of the rare.
' pisodes of the early
> oi modern Zion which the
aboul in her book dealing
Ihe historj of publishing In
isalem from its beginning in
until 1900. Her book, a
iniqu< piece of research on which
hi has spent many vears. is be-
publisbed by (he Ben-Zvi In-
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rsity Library, and will ap-
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BEAUTY CULTURE
Beauty Culture a Vocation
of Happiness
A Affij Independence
D A. JULIUS, P,e.
Phone >R 4-9998
'OH NW 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
The estabkshment of a Rabbinical Court "Beth Din" tc serve
the needs oi the Jewish community of America, reqardless of
synagogue affiliation, was announced by the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America. Pictured (left to right) aJe Gustav Stern philan-
thropist and newly-elected chairman of the board of directors
dkw ,h<\e^ablishmen' d the court possible: president of
he,JaJin'ccl Court Corp.. Rabbi Emanuel Rcckman; and
Habbi Charles Weinbera. of Maiden. Mass., pres.dent of the
HObbinica] Council oi America. Ecbbi Benjamin Bck. oi Balti-
more, Md., wes appointed coordinator of the Court
Israel's History in JNF 'Seals'
Continued 'rom Page 9-C
. r thy t .
-
; atelic magazine
article:
' eel
..<:
rhe Israi
telisl n New ^
Anoth< i .-< !p -he serii is
i an ewish Nat i
-" Stai .. ,j by
:
.:. the
States -her"
alers who
- plest
to wril
. : A
' :. Educa-
Jewish
49: h
N- V< rk 21
TO ALL GREETINGS
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CATHOLIC FUNERAL HOME
24-Hour Ambulance Service
Ph. CA 6-1811 8231 SW 40th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Phone FR 1-5202
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Prcn
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3r ASSOCIATEDGROCERS
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SERVICE AM* HONESTY
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-:::. peop:e Living here with you enjoying
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Page 16-C
r-Jenitt nrr/dtiir
Friday, Mar:-
The World Jewish Congress ofiice in Algeria
is cctively enqcged in sponsorinq a cultural
program for Jewish communities throughout Al-
geria. In cooperation with local community
organizations thp World Jewish Congress ar-
ranges lectures, conferences and exhibits of
Jewish art end publications as shown at bottom
lett. Picture at top left shows c meeting ol the
executive of the World Jewish Congress Algei-
ian affiliate, the Federation of Jewish Commun-
ities of Algeria. Buildinq at riqhl is the Yesh.vc
in Alqiers.
Significant Books for Passover Season
Continued from Page 12-C
the history books or in the news-
papt: s
Mr Kishon doesn't hesitate to
point out that red tape is common
in lsraii and that a man can sit
;n a Government office, waiting
for a permit, ard end up high in
Government circles, simply be-
-. he happened to be in the
ffitt He will call cur attention
tc the arrogance of the doctors,
who know they are in >hoi I sup-
ply. He will bear down hard on
kibbutznik* who are imprisoned
in their doyma He will, in a
word, lauph at everyone and
everything in Israel. At the same
time, you are aware that he lov< -
the country and the people, and
so you accept Mr Ki*hon as part
Of that country His fellow Is-
raelis love him He is their lav
onte humon>t and Look Back.
Mrs Lot:" telK why. It is fun
anc it i good fun.
And now to a discovery, to Ed-
ward Lewis Valiant's "The Hu-
man Season." This is a deceptive
ly brief novel, less than 200 pages
long, which deals with a Jewish
plumber. Joe Bermar.. ri
widower. And this is Mr. Wal
lant's tale: how this immigi. i I
Jew, religious and passionate,
agonizes over th- sudden death of
his wife, and how he eventually
adjusts to his great loss it is .,
Mmple storj .-f love and d< ath
and lonehnc"
The basic elements are com
mon enough. What Mr U.illant
makes of them serves to maki
uncommon book Joe Berman
rails against (ioti. .i~ Job did be-
fore him. And the manner in
which Berman finall) faces up to
ty giv e< r< nee
ef that the .1. u
period of m ik to
life itself, -.. ned but i k
: atl
This is a most
an stii :- formani. and il i* en-
i .1 -.. si unki
' i iti r who can l it .!. u i.h
judgmi nts an< ic in ficti
forms
hai dful ol
books for "ht Passover season I
think >ou will wai : ion an them
ail
NOW AT
901 N.E. 125th Street
Sincere Good Wishes for
The Holiday
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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MffTIMCS TO All
SAM IfltIN
AMtft FUEL Oil
MM/ Oil
AM BEACH
JI I 0735
Best Wishes for Happy Passover
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5711 N.W. 7th Avenue Miomi
Phone PL 4-3667
Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions Supplied
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EEST WISHES FOR THE
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GREETINGS
*/{.reri
Architecture
WaaaW.
535 N.W. lilt, STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
As Near as the Telephone: FR 4-3186
TO All GREETINGS
DOKHORN PRODUCE
4143 N.W. 12:h Avenue
pfccne FR |f|n
GREETINGS
FROM
J. R. SPRADLEY & CO.
FOOD BROKERS
7240 N.W. 36th COURT
OX 1-5300
To All Passover Gree*
JUDGE FRANCIS J. CHRISTII:
46 N.W. 1st STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GtUTIMGS .
ARCO NOTIONS & TRIM COMPANY
A MANUFACTURERS
Cemsleli Um lar Department. Variety mmd Fabric Snwei WHO&U
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STANDARD WELDING
SUPPLY CO.
N C G Authorized Dealer
WALTER MAHANY, Prop.
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Phone NE 5-0803
^4 U
I ass over
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"dfewish Floridlian
Miam, Florida. Friday, March 31. 1961
Section D

Passover and the Eternal Drive Toward Human Freedom
By PHILIP RUBIN
\ nerican Declaration of
taks oi the right
hurnan being to "hfe,
i ; bappi-
I or the p i fifti en year-.
ad of World W. r
' ''- W8 dui tag the Passover
k have tx ng not
it Cor liberty m i
'' Egy] also our fight
right I ; tary life
Easti 11 Eu-
deca | hall
' the \ i nans slew six
' i our brethren And a
i celebrate
lern liberation, th< estal
eot of i red lewis i
the present d o
aeL
The righi i elongs
imai
: religious
b il .- ai m -
lout hist
tyrants evi
human
ah en
death *

entire poi i
, thorn no pr

Wh .:

i; "
hich the ilai
the >la
ins, Bui the wn
I >p ilati as -
new.
So the i isso^ er eas in now
has beci n whi
: with Joj usi We
indent li
the
. '.'. arsaw rising
we mourn our six million d
Diaspora Enslavement
1 terrible lesson w JV-
i overt iok oui
that I h i
: ft m the struggle for na-
The Jew were
i N'azis
1 'i Jews repn
< i
Thus le ;< rvi i te I mind
N be< ame the ei
u in would :
tate ibhshment oi G
all Euro]
War [1 bn
i x Dias] ira ens
i'\p rien< e
ia : N'azism in Europt
i:^ thai e < lUl ln*t rein.,.:- '
slaved ind rema
For an '
.- rights, pi
unded, is a
itely after W
II. af'i a. had cou
our six mill id, we b<
. tin- time
inal
, | P | to be
: a count
i a n. It was ii its
- '
ii
-, b

this ruggle I ir al li-
i
right to conti i
iry in Pal< '
had enem
en con:r ed th
en ii
ile t< M
lii
... ,' .
v had inflicte i u
m hen we I the
Stati ; i
Cor.Snued on Page 12-D


Page 2-D
+Jfi*trkrkliTir
Friday March 31. ifc
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(JennxQ >Jrossingc\
ana (iJanuly
^Jvoasi tigery x 11. -*/
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
WE WISH A HAPPY PASSOVER
"Art" "Murray" "Nat"
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Miami, Florida Phone FR 1 5819
To Our Many Fnends. Patrons and A:q_a rarces
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
LOUIS BAIDA
"Goodwill and Promotional
Advertising Distributors"
4590 NE 2nd AVE. PL 4-5536
TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
FURNITURE INDUSTRIES INC.
"Early American Pine Furniture"
13395 N.E. 16th AVENUE
PL 4-6450
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
723 DuPont Building
4915 M RoW (212 Red Smstt BM|.)
1
GREETINGS TO ALL
ERICKSON WELL and SPRINKLERS
COMPLETE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS-.inSta!ied Serviced i
Guaranteed-WELL DRILLING TU 7-4630
Personal View of 'A Minority of On*
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
,. |iit|c >..-.
M rttj '
month- I
nd vou thai \ i
!i II I
hinterlands .
I: you : ;'>
I
Us plo has I do with a i*h
widow fr n Brooklyi I '>
Berg i "it-
lured Japanese widower while
her way to Tokyo with her daugh
torin-law. who i- a member ol
our Foreign Service there In
Tokyo, she has further meetings
with the Japanese gentleman.
solves a trade crisis, thus a\in_:
her son-in-law from being read
out of the club; the Japanese
gentleman follow > her back to
Brooklyn, and we are left with
the impression that east i> west
and e-t i east. and. surprise ot
surprise?. Judaism and Shintoum
have a lot in common It's a
kind of up-dated Abie> In*h
Rose, with a few overtone-
thrown in as a sop to any think
er> who may happen to wander
into the theater
I am one of those theater iOer<
who like anything a> Ion.; as it
ha- 'real" people on stai;e I was
determined to like "Majority ot
One, and tor the first ten
minutes I basked in the warmth
of the footlights, and 'live enter
tainment But in spite of the
toothing excellence of Mi>> Ber_ -
performance as Mr> Jacoby, |
found myself on the outMde look
ing in Like a nay^m.: toothache,
a stray though* floated annoytng-
Sen. John Sparkman. of Alabama, member of the Senate h:\
eign Relations Committee, receives a resolution passed by ft*
teen-age executive board members of the B nc. B'rith Yoic|
Organization urging Congressional support of the Peace Cora
". its author thought he had the solution to the unsoiv^l
problem how to be different without being :.o::ced.'
ly between me and the prosceni-
um 1 kept wondenn; what
would have happened it the au-
thor had written this play ab-nit
a Japaaese gentleman from the
m h ">1 of Tojo. and a Jewish la- y
like my aaadmother That would
have been a play' Or maybe
n >
Because fir-: >f all. you could
not ha\e .ntroduced my grand
mother to a j*apane-e gentleman
and if you did. you couldn"t have
watered down her Jewishness by
an e\pljna!;on of "me-hugeh'-
a:. I "kvelhng" and "tsunis," or
other pleasant innocmties wrh
ali ttie tea in Japan Like SO many
of her contemporaries she may
not have known it or thought
about it. but she wa- unique -he
was d:!lerent. an 1 -lie lived that
way, unknowingly every mo
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
ADRIAN THAL
MttfliS
716 LINCOLN ROAD
TO ALL GREETINGS
JewelryDiamondsWatch Repairing
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Phone MU 5-2704
TO ALL GREETINGS
Serving Hialeah Since 1949
PERRYS REALTY SERVICE. Inc.
SELL-BUY-MANAGE
1491 E. 4ffi Avenue TU 8-4516
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SPORT FISHING THREE MOTORS RADIO PHONE
P'ER 5 CITY YACHT BASIN
TELEPHONES:
Boat: FR 3-1501 Dock: FR 4-9829
Home: PL 9-0372 CAPT H T HA.NWATER
men? ol her lif- I 1ou!>: if ever felt that he mj;ht
modern" to plea-r ifr childrtl
or to please tne res ". .netortl
She was what she "j- and Jn-I
ishnes, wa> what it *as, ana "il
Wjs it
Privjf* Property
When Molly P.t; t\?,*x\
Shjvuot and Sukk '-n 11 the :.
tocratic gentlen Jipt
everyone around me drooled.
when he in turr equated M
with spring and WRHBi
val.- celebrated b> the Bul:lvJ
and Shin:oi>:s <: ',^t Far la.
you could (eel thi audience
with satisfaction !' there i-
thing many ol a-
like every >r. You
that intereh > V Hi
thi-. and we've '.-.j'"-p1
tically the ia except for iB
few minor ev. ".he fifl
comman:inen' ., rttUS aad il
Hitler and thi
The author never mer.t.oosl
Pas-over, because
ly private prop-
I suppo-e M
was written for an) nui
reasonto mak.....> W "J
tertain. to sell 1'j: lament c*
rettev Bayer a -;< I and Re"1
lipstick or mav
:hor thought he h.
Continue on Pijtli-O
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
319 N.E. 2nd A*
Phone FR 3-53/3
Miami, Florid*


iday. March 31. 1961
>Jmisfi Fit rid tin, gi
Page 3-D
lenjamin Franklin and the Jews in His Life
By DR. BLANCHE KATZAN
J)r. Benjamin Franklin, who
}r |ll>e liberty of this young country
;;ir.d to the fight of bias against
t*ie Jews, was born in Boston in
11708. Beginning his career as a
[humble printer's boy. he steadi-
ly rose, by native genius, con-
Ijuined with rare industry and pru-
i i r>e. to a foremost place among
ins countrymen.
Hifl 'Poor Richard's Almanac'
and his "Proverbs" are a splen-
did repertory of proverbial philo.
sophy of the poor, in which he be-
. (jurathed to us a veritable trea-
jmry of wise maxims.
This truly great manprinter,
lau'hOT, inventor of the lightning
[rod, postmaster general of the
Iyoung colonies, minister plenipo-
| tertiary at the court of France
1(10 1776) was a great friend of
hru- Jews. He readily signed a
[petition to citizens of every reli-
Lioua denomination for contribu-
te the Hebrew Society of
Philadelphia when this society
[wished to build a synagogue in
Philadelphia. Franklin himself
: ost generously contributed to
[ihi.- fund.
When the Jew William Her-
Mrael discovered the planet Ura-
ius, two million miles away.
Franklin highly praised his
ichievement by stating: "I hard-
)\ know which to admire most,
the wonderful discoveries made
jy Herschel.-or the indefatigable
i uity by which he was able
It, make them."
Institutions of Learning
fanklin founded the academy
i-hich is today the University of
Pennsylvania and introduced non-
twological subjects. Kings Col-
IBgi now Columbia University,
lowed this example. A small
bunib* r of Jews was graduated
run' :h M two institutions even
pfon the Revolutionary War.
franklin also founded an mtcl-
tctual society, the Junto, in
y\ formulated the follow-
ing lets for membership "Do
incerely declare to love
b kind in general of what pro-
di religion soever0 Do
u think any person ought to be
irn (I in his body or goods lor
speculative opinion or his ex-
i .. \ i i worship?"
Franklin, philosopher, scholar,
r -till statesman, all his life
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EDISON
ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO.
Wholesale Distributors
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and
LIGHTING FIXTURES
Ull n 3-3114
1009 S. W. 8th STREET
(Temi.mi Trail)
UN1AMIN MANKLIN
... relentless fighter
was a relentless fighter against
bias. In 1730. hardly 24 years
young, he wrote in the "Pennsyl-
vania Gazette" whieh he owned:
"The Jews were aequainted with
several arts and sciences long be-
fore the Romans became a people
or the Greeks were known among
the nations."
Franklin was one of the sub-
scribers who by his generous con-
tribution helped in saving the
Philadelphia Mikvth Israel Syna-
gogue when, in 1788. it was hard
pressed for funds. He also gene-
rously contributes towards the
building ol synagogues in New
York City and providence. Rhode
Island.
He was always willing to assil
immigrants as much as he could.
Once a man named Solomon Rap-
hael, newly-arrived at these
shores, applied for a peddlars
license in 1787 to establish him-
self in this country. Franklin not
only signed Raphael's peddlar s
license, but gave him a loan to
finance his humble profession.
When, in 1778. Franklin found-
ed the Pennsylvania Abolitionist
Society working for the abolition
of slavery, many Jews in Phila-
delphia joined him.
In "Poor Richard's Almanac"
and in The Pennsylvania Ga-
zette" we find Franklin's par-
able. It is of special interest at
the Passover season, as it ends
with the curse that was Egypt's
cruel bondage and the blessing
which was the triumphant re-
demption from abject slavery:
"And it came to pass after
these things, that Abraham sat
in the door of his tent, about the
going down of the sun. And be-
hold a man, bent with age. com*
ing from the way of the wilder-
ness, leaning on a staff. And
Abraham rose and met him and
said unto him. "Turn in. I pray
thee, and wash thy feet, and tar-
ry all night, and thou shall arise
early in the morning, and go thy
way.' But the man said. Nay,
for I shall abide under this tree.'
And Abraham pressed him
greatly; so he turned, and they
went into the tent; and Abraham
baked unleavened bread, and
they did eat. And when Abra-
ham saw that the man blessed
not God. he said unto him.
Wherefore dost thou not wor-
ship the most high God, Creator
of heaven and earth?' And the
man answered and said. I do not
worship thy God, neither do I
call upon his name; for 1 have
made myself a god. which, abi-
deth always in mine house, and
provideth me with all 'hings.'
"And Abraham's zeal was
kindled against the man. and he
arose and fell upon him. and
drove him forth with blows into
the wilderness. And God called
Continued on Pfl 14-D
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and Family
Thomas Robert Jerry :
V
Wish Their Friends and Relatives a Happy Passover
To A!l Greetings
CARINOS
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HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY TO ALL
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NORTH MIAMI
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Phone FR 4-1451
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*kKUtnrrM&r
Fridcy March 31,


Captain Eddie -Rickenbacker
Chairman of the Board of
Eastern Air Lines
AND HIS 17,500 ASSOCIATES IN THE
EASTERN FAMILY
WISH YOU A
VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
Best Wishes for the Holiday Season .
PONCE PRODUCTS, INC.
NEED CEMENT? CALL PL 1-2511
P.O. BOX 37-25

To All Season's Greetings
GOLD KIST POULTRY GROWERS
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE
FR 1-8513
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER .
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
~PLASTLERi\U StPPLiES*
B. LANDERS S. FALK
2520 S.W. 28th Lane HI 6-1634
Happy Passover Holiday Good Wishes tc A I
PHIL SCHILLER, Realtor
2007 N.E. 163rd STREET Wl 55494
North Miami Beach, Florida
Dade County Resident Since 1904
A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE
Boats^echirjery, Office, Safe*, Household, Concrete Powrino Move!
239 N.W. 26th STREET Phone FR 9495^
Vr. and Mrs. Maurice Tucke' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Keiirso
ar,d
Mr. Al. Ruska, Manager of
CARIBBEAN HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN 37th to 38th Street
And his family, extend their best w -.hes
for a HAPPY HOLIDAY.
Ar.d God said unto Moses: "And thou shell cf it that the people may drink u 15),
smite the rock, and there shall come water out
More Than Emancipation from Enslavement
By OR. HELEN HIRSCH
The miraculous delivery grant-
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mented children of Israel lrom
Egypt's cruel bondage meant
much more than a mere eman-
cipation from abject enslave-
ment. It was. above all. a glori-
ous redemption from a spiritual
submission to the immoral char-
acter of the Egyptian way ol life.
The fetters <>f the mind and
spirit that were shattered by Is-
rael's physical delivery and Mai
off for all times by Israel v re-i!>
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culled from D'vorim 31 19 l
presses upon us that (reedoiil
the essential aspiration of mail
Mil, the hallow- d mfe'.4j
ground of man and bit Jliier'
But such freedom can never b
accomplished by the mere escape
lrom the physical ta-kmsser.
The heavy chains ol oppress*
may hurst asunder yet the tjrt-
er captives w:'.l still reaai
slaves unless the) fully un*'
stand and accept their physwi
freedom as the & "' PP*
tunity ot a self-irr;- - accepted discipline Without ft
deliverance of our KMlll ''
(iemptiun from Bgypi P*/*"
bondage would have been
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Some Interesting Facts About Torah Crowns
By EUGENE GROSSMAN
One of the Ies> explored fields
in Jewish lore is. Jewish art. Is
n true that for thousands of years
it has been strongly hampered by
(he Biblical injunction strictly
lm-bidding the making of a like-
in -n of anything that is "in the
heavens above, on the earth be-
math or in the waters under the
earth?!' (Exodus 20:3.> The
answer is a decisive "no" for the
records <>f Jewish production can
I ii traa I back to the very Bible
period.
Rigid interpretation of the
Second Commandment did not
act too strongly as a deterring
influence, for despite all restric-
tions, we read in the Talmud:
"This i- my God and I will adorn
Him.*' which is explained as tol-
lows: "Make a beautiful Succah
in Mi" honor, a beautiful lulav,
a line Shofar. beautiful tsitsis and
lls of the law. write it with
ink, a fine reed and a skilled
1 mansbip and wrap it around
with beautiful silks (b. Sabbath.
I i
In the dark Middle Ages, Jews
excelled as gold and silversmiths
hi :il many beautiful objects have
li down to us The weekly
Irrciirnng Sabbath and the time-
kiallowed millennia-old festivals
IviMi their ancient rituals have
-pireit many gifted artisans to
create objects of rare beauty and
> rattsmanship.
The Jews' innate love for fanci-
ful thjnj;* has created beautiful
prnah:<:it to adorn the holy To-
rah with elaborate headpieces
[Rimn -inii and crowns of Kil-
ter The Torah crown has a I
* ys formed an important part
)f the traditional East European
v : oj the Torah Scroll, the
cript version of the five
i : Moses from which a
ed portion (Sidrah) i-
f' ad jt each Sabbath Service
Torah Crowns
York City's Jewish Ifu-
.:> a great variety of old
|'i li crowns. The picture shows
[ olver-gilt crown with cut-
; lique work inlaid with
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slau i Germany i in 1750. Biblical
figure representations in relief
show Abraham and Isaac (the
sacrifice on lit. Moriah). Jacob
asleep (his dream at Beth Eh.
Moses, Aaron. Dawd and Solo-
mon. This la the sixth such To-
rah crown with figure decora
tions to be rediscovered Of the
five more remaining crowns
showing this rare pattern, two
are in the Jewish Museum, two
in Warsaw, and one was lost.
A Hebrew inscription encircl-
ing the base identifies the crown
picture! here as having come
from Lissa. Poland, a former Jew
ish metropolis of Greater Poland
and a well-known center ot Tal
mudic learning, whose scholars
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Lisaa."
This unique 18th century Torah
crown was donated to the Jewish
Museum by Dr. Harry G. Fried
man. a noted collector in New
York City.
Torah crowns are not as old as
the headpieces. Created in the
Middle Ages, none ante-dates the
18th century Usually such a
crown was modelled after certain
architectural forms preserving in
its ornaments the wreath, precur-
sor of the crown. This explains
the frequent floral ornamenta-
tions of the Torah crowns.
Expressions of Love
Another beautiful Torah crown
in the Jewish Museum is made ot
silver, partly gilt with two rows
of bells and semi-precious stones
Made in Polan.J. it has the tax
exemption stamp of Lemberg,
1809 Between chiseled arches
and pilas'ers are the crowned
double eagle, lion, stagg. rabbit,
urifton and another eagle. Car-
touches bear the donor's name:
"Moses, son of Isaac Menkes and
his wife. Rachel." and two dates
1765 and 1774. Engraved are also
the names ot the parents of the
donor and his wife, as well as
quotations from Exodus 17:11 and
from "Sayings of the Fathers"
1:17.
The effort to express love for
God by creating beautiful cere-
monial objects for His worship
is as ancient as Judaism itself.
The 29th Psalm may well serve
as motto: "Worship the Lord in
the beauty of holiness "
Together with other old cere-
monial objects, Torah crowns
serve as a strong link to the past,
retaining always their eloquent
eternal value.
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1 rear* a rerenf artietr- on .Uida
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not a Jew feel free to join an>
other religious group serving sim-
ilar ends; otherwi-e Is he not
trapped'" I fail to understand
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,.t the phrase, otherwise is he
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should not be confused with Mil
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The writer also dcclare-
Wherein lies the harm in a Jew
entering into a non-Jew i>h re
ligious group?*' Judaism h a -
never claimed an exclusive way
to God It has. however. alwa>-
maintained that our relation to
God is direct, without the inter
vention of angels, demigods, or
sorcerers. Whereas Judaism is a
way of life, it has nevertheless
admitted the possibility of a life
continued. However. Judaism is
a religion that applies itself pri-
marily to the "here." while other
kindred religions stress the
"hereafter." or. "the other
world."
Irvxrr Search
In addition, the writer notes:
"Religion is the response arising
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to worship his creator.'- The his-
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development allows a deduction
that man initially groped to re-
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man's inner search tor th
whence, why and wherefore hi'
led him to the need guidance and protection. an not arise "out of the depth, j
man's being to worship his crta
tor."
If the prayer- of the primitive
and even modern man are n.
amined. it become- dear that
they consist mainlv ol petiti
for receiving something or the
"give me" prayer- prayers for
the fulfillment of a need One b*
comes truly a religious and di-
vinely-inspired person when lug
prayers change from the
me' class to a fervent lesin
the ability to surrendi
divine will and puTpOSi
The writer's phra-r u (,,.
connected man." disturbs ms ll
1 did not know the riter per-
sonally. I would consider that e*
pro.Mon blasphemou- nd tu
with anthropomorphi-ri \i
not God-connected. At best, tit
can only be divinely-insp red The
prayer that he quote-, 'to 1$
the Lord thy God. to heartta to
His voice and to cleave into His,
for that'is thy life and -he lent*
of thy days." is but a poetic
pression of the nearne-- of tM
divine spirit
I am bewildered by thr urr.rr'i
assertion that the "Shema I-rae,'
is being mistranslated and bill
according to his version, i: snood
be translated. "The Lord our God
i- One God." instead of. TV
Lord our God is One "
If his translation had say vafc
ity. it would follow- by the innuendt' j
that there are other gods la,
sure that is not his intention .
is true that the Bible in the emj
history of the Jewish people speib j
of Yahveh as the God of Israe
and allows a deduction that thtrt
were other gods. However, at I
such innuendo e%er appeared i\
subsequent writings and cer*ai8ly,
not since the "Shema" was *r*j
ten as part of our daily rftafl
Content Of Bible
The writer's reference to thtl
Sinai incident leads me to bef
lieve that he is a fundamental*!
and accepts the Biblical -torjl
literally. Whether Ale giving *\
the Ten Commandment- bj Moe:j
happened the way i' m l.-cnbei
in the Bible i- not imp-'"Jit Tbej
Ten Commandments are imp*
tut.
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I'Jenisti fhricfiann
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know that Ve Bible was written
a ptrijd of more than 1,000
vears by tU^ferent authors and
_' dtflcreril periods; and the
i ,b.<' ctjiMsts ol different mater-
aterminglcd, namely: l
. ,.r-; 2 history; 3 laws
, ,. ethics; 4 prophecies.
To folk-lore belongs Genesis, or
i story of creation; 1*10 story of
n and Eve; the story of
. r..ham's olfer of Isaac MCI 'I-
licially; the story of the crossing
, i the Hed Sea. etc.
All peoples who have created
Culture or a civilization hive
1, k lores, attempting to explain
creation. The Greeks have my-
. \ the Nordics have slleg-
i.ries: the Hebrews have Genesis
h difference between Genesis
ther explanations of crea-
is electrifying. Whereas
Grecian mythology and Nordic
iries have n> basis in fact,
i.tncsis has. For Instance, Gen-
j. s .('.Is us thai the water was
separated from the earth, ami
life began in the sea. and
i ian came las) on the scene
: creation.
chronologically. Genesis is so
1 to the scientific explanation
Of evolution as to be reasonably
I reed to conclude that Moses,
three thousand years ago. without
th< aid of physic-, geography.
archeology, chemistry, told a story
h close to the scientific explana-
11 of creation, except in point
i,t time, was divinely inspired
The Common Parent
' In our iolk lore, no story is told
Without a moral purpose and one
I articular story in Genesis has
changed the ovitlook of the West-
ern world, namely, the story of
Adam and Eve. The Bible nar-
Pali that God created Adam out
oj the earth, and then, in order
4. -how the oneDess, he created
t_\ out ol Adam's rib. Since one
human being was created by God.
jill humanity have a common par-
ent which makes them brother*
thus giving rise to the concept
if the brotherhood of man and the
fatherhood of God. an Hebraic
concept that changed human
thinking and is the basis of the
Western civilization
The story of Abraham's otter-
ing Isaac and then being told by
ijod to desist, must be considered
f.: the light of the era when hu-
man sacrifice was common; and
fl voice of to desist from human sacrifice
ind substitute animals instead
was a declaration to the peoples
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of that day to
flee.
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Each incident in the Hebraic
lolk-lore repeated in the Bible
marks the divine Influence in
man. but cannot be taken literally
as being revealed from Mt. Sinai.
The history narrated in the
Bible is more and more supported
by outside sources and proven
correct, even to the point Mat
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today and arc actually the basis
ol Western civilization.
Las!, but not leas'., are proph-
ecies, a unique phenomenon hav-
ing no precedence in any culture
or civilization prior to the proph-
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brevity, it will suffice to say that
the prophets, and the prophets
only, have projected a Messianic
Era towards which humanity
must strive and. in all the annals
of histOf}. will be found not any-
where a divine pattern for bring-
ing about a Messianic Era or
Utopia. Even todav. whenever a
non-Jew writes of a Utopia, it is
time present." place removed.
somewhere in Tibet, tor example;
while the Hebrew concept of a
Utopia, as enunciated by the
prophe's. is 'place here," time
removed in the days to come.
Judaism differs from all other
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The Dedication of Miss Henrietta Szold
HENRIETTA SZOLD
By ROSE L. HALPRIN
The looth anniversary of the
birth of Henrietta Siald, founder
ot Hadassah. the Women's Zionist
Organisation ol America, is now
being commemorated throughout
the United States, Israel an
countries. It is an internati
observance one thai is '
marked in different ways in dif-
ferent places.
There i no need to fictionalize
Hi nri< tta Szold. F o r nearly to
vears she look her tir^t leach-
ing post at 16 she worked,
spoke, wrote on behalf ol the
things in which she believed Be-
cause ners was a personality m
which contending loyalties did
not fight one another, nor con-
flicting fundamental ideas gener
ate constant inner struggle; be-
cause >he was firmly committed
to certain enduring principle-,
which guided her lite, it is a mo-t
wondrous experience to real her
speeches, her articles, her letters,
reflecting the harmony ot her
-pint.
From earliest childhood ho was
lirmly committed to Judaism as a
vital pattern of life and to pre-
serving the moral and ethical
principles which it embodies.
Prom her father. Rabbi Benjamin
Szold. scholar and sage, *he re-
ceived a love ot Jewish learning
An observant, traditional Jewess
herself, she never sought to im-
T'if author oj
; deni i : II. i.. ..' i ...
... .: j t .:
I: a -
MNKIlllA S2010
. firmly cummitttd fc twdeiim
pose the pattern of her worship
upon others Vet ?he was militant
in expression and in purpose when
.he .-aid. inies without number,
that a hollow Judaism Judaism
without knowledge was not
worthy ot preservation and that.
m( eed, it could not long endure
in modern society To those con-
cerned with Jewish survival her
f.r-t injunction was "Study your
heritage and learn it."
On the need for education she
was passionate and emphatic.
When we have ceased tO be the
effective guardians of our treas-
ures, of what UH are w( :n this
world?" she a*ked In the case
11 Mich a flagrant dereliction ol
duty, what th< twentieth century
will have in store for us i- not a
(ihetto but a grav< XaS
deeply concerned with 11 ee|
"I education ol the Ji r|
She saw in tad* Bl gleet
ening of Jewish iradit. in in the
home.
Healtti Work
Her faith m Jewish values I'd
her naturally to Ztonttm T come
to its espousal. >h< ha' need
of a great intellectual exercise
nor of any devastating personal,
emotional fxrxnerce a
What she believed step- I Iron)
her "central conception I Zion-
ism; that a center mi; be built
in Zn>n and that a cent
.i periphery, the diaapora Jewish*
ly receptive giving rei

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Friday. March 31, 1961
receiving spiritual values. Pales-
tine plus diaspora equals Zion-
ism."
From 1920. except tor v e r y
short periods, Henrietta Szo 1 d
ived in Jerusalem. In the early
years ol her residence there the
as < n^a^ed in lladassah actlvi-
, primarily in health work. In
1927, the Yishuv claimed her lor
jctivity on its behalf. The Zionist
movement called her to take a
. in Ihe World Zionist Execu-
tive which then consisted of her-
m It. Harry Sinner, and Col.
Kisch. In the Executive, it was
natural thai she was offered,
. i i accepted, the portfolios oj
!h and Education, tor all her
previous activities had, in tact.
[ved around these two pivotal
Is Prom this post, she moved
,n (o the Vaad Lcumi (the semi-
. \ ,- organized in 1929. and auam
she dealt with the portfolios of
health. Although she served in
succession on two political bodies
the World Zionist Executive and
In Vaad Leumi political proh-
i nis were not at the center of
In r activities. In pursuance of
it dual work, of education, of so-
i tal service, she proposed definite
programs, propounded specific
idi as, In the political field, she
took a philosophical stand, but
never projected herself with visor
into the main stream of political
action.
But if she failed to take a direct
part in political activity, she felt
strongly about basic political is-
sues Her indignation against the
British betrayal was strong and
\ocal. As the restrictions against
immigration were tightened she
protested against the British Man.
datory policy with all the moral
force which characterized her
She spoke out, when denial ol
>^Fs 1st) ffcruafiftjn
Page 9-D
Soviet Delegate V. I. Sapozhnikov Heft) and Dr. Maurice L.
Perlzweig. director of international affairs for the World Jewish
Congress, discuss anti-Semitism during a session in New York
of the United Nations Subcommission on Prevention of Discrim-
ination and Protection of Minorities.
visas meant literally death to
hundreds of thousands of Jews.
A pacifist by conviction, she
was proud of the Yishuv's policy
of disciplined self restraint lagah) in the face of Arab law-
lessness. As bloodshed continued
and the British failed to protect
the Yishuv from Arab violence,
she was forced by conditions to
support Jewish self-defense Al-
though she appreciated the Yis-
huv's need to use arms, her ac-
quiescence was a peripheral emo-
tion and did not change her paci-
fist convictions.
In the last years of her life,
particularly after the adoption of
the Biltmore Program, it is dif-
licuit to find evidence of a clear
and unequivocal position on her
part. She who had an uncanny
ability to speak in clear cut lan-
guage, who was forthright and
militant for the things she be-
lieved in, who was never evasive,
appeared unclear in her political
statements at that time.
In Foreign Soil
Her concern with the Arab
problem appears as a recurrent
motif in her letters. "Can one of
us be at peace with himself so
long as this appalling misunder-
standing exists between us and
our Arab neighbors?" she asked.
The weight of the Arab question
hangs on me." Thus, she was
inevitably attracted by the Ichud
organization with which Dr. Judah
L. Magncs was as>ociated Not
only had her personal friendship
with him spanned many decades
of her lite, but he as she
Contino*H trnm Po* 13-D
FLORIDA
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Extends
Best
Wishes
For The Passover Holidays
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Helping Build Florida
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY PASSOVER
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
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Best Wishes for the Holidays
MIAMI ASSOCIATION OF
FIREFIGHTERS
ior\i 587
E. C. "Ton u" WUeox, President
To All Happy Passover Holiday
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REAL ESTATE
Selling Southern Florida for the Past 40 Years
807 Olympia Bldg.
r.
Passover Greetings from Miami's Only Leather Cleaners
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Friday. March 31. 1961
The Officers and
Boacd of Directors
cf the
CORAL GABLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK
extend to the Jewish Community
a Kosheren and Fraylichen Pesach
Coral Gables FIRST NATIONAL Bank
Ht-mbe* redf'* Rte>ie "d f fn Dtoos>t lnsuinc Cofw*l'0" WMM
OOOOooOH THAT
JADE PAGODA
BISCAYNE BLVD. at 80th STREET
WE SERVE ...
LUNCH DINNER SUPPER
WE HAVE WELLY GOOD '
CHINEE FOOD and ... Superb
POLYNESIAN Dishes
^r-
AND NOW WE AISO DELIVER
Trucks with Heated Compartments
YOU CALLING COOLIE DELIVER
Please HuUy Finance Company Take Truck Away
Telephone PL 7-9152
TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ..
GREETINGS...
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
296 N.E. 67th Strooi Phone PL 8-8715
To All Greetings
HAYDEN, STONE & CO.
ftfokliiherf 1IM
Members H.I. Sfocfc ExcfcM and
Ctktr rVieeopal Stock ami CoHMieefft* f rcheMejei
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Miami Beach Coral Gables Ft leuderdale
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HOSPITAL APOTHECARY
Serving Our New South Miami Hospital
and the South Miami Area
WALLY RINZ Pharmacist
24-Hour Emergency Call
MO 1-8581
7400 SW 62 AVE.
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TO ALL
IEASONS BEST WKHES
3>D>h:
* yxft Harvest time in Israel in 1960 saw 33.000 im- gress? Wnai is right? What is becu'.y? What
migrant settler families barelv able to make is truth? ... we must recognize thai the aood
ends meet. The cuirent drive of the United in all its forms is evolved rather than
Jewish Appeal is designed to help them make achieved ."
a living at harvest time, 1961. "What is pro-
What are the Main Elements of Freedom?
By RABBI SAMUEL UMEN
There are more references in
the Torah to the Jews' going forth
from Egypt than to any other
event or incident in their his-
tory. Why? Because the Jews
going forth from Egypt is a re-
minder ol the value, the precious-
ness of freedom.
Goethe remarks m his autobio-
graphy that 'the word freedom
has so fair a sound, that we can-
no: do without it. even though it
it is a word IBM parable from our
higher sentiments, and it. in its
popular use at the present day. it
has no precise mean int. there is
>o much more reason why we
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
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& Laundry
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955 S.W. 8th STREET
ro 411 cttiTINGS
SERVICE PAINT
& GLASS INC.
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
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FREE ESTIMATES
To All .
Holiday Greetings
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should try to give it one. ami to
continue its use at a symbol of
>ome:hins that mankind cherish-
es and strives for.
What is freedom? It is a man's
basic, innate right for self-de-
velopment, lor development in
accordance with the progressive
ideal <>t life that we have in con-
science.
Without freedom, individuals ..s
well as nations re main in an ar-
rested statein a .state of poten-
tiality
Man ean only be bis lull MM
when he 1- free to think, to en-
vision, to act m consonance with
hi- highest thoughts
The possibilities 0f development
GREETINGS .
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& Fixtures
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Custom Mad* Furniture, Str
Fixtures. Tables, Bars A
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Greetings
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MIAMI
GREETINGS .
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AWNING
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are infinitely various. Develop-
ment cannot be. n>lined, either
fur (he race or for individuals,
but it is and must remain an
ideal, of which we can get only
partial and :hif'.ing glimnes.
In fact. c sDould cease to
think of freedom ..s something
definite and final, that can be
grasped and held fat or.ee for
all. and learn to r gard it as a
line of advance, something pro
gressivel) appearing, out of the
invisible and defining itself.
This vagueness and incomplete-
ness are only what we meet in
every direction when we attempt
to define' our ideals.
Enlightenment and Freedom
What is progress'' What ii
right0 what is beauty? What
is truth" Tie endeavor to pro-
duce final definitions of thee
'hings must be' given up How-
ever, we must recognize :hat the
good in all its forms is evolved
rather than achieved, i> a pro-
' ess rather than a state
The more erne becomes con-
scious of his abilities, hi- funda-
mental rights as a human being,
his concept of fredom changes,
Continued on Pe>e 16-D
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PASSOVER
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II. 19*1
Jew 1st fhridktr
Page 11-D
Participation in the U.S. Civil War
D PAUL
b-Aprtt'15. 1865. It
ty of Passover. It
lay President I.in
imed as Union Vic-
ighout the country
pies, temples and
phes Americans
evening before to
respective houses
mark the fact that
ndered. the Civil
the Union had been
fcati, the venerable
llienthal mounted the
ist about the same
Ss were begun at
Inu-El in New York.
legation Beth El-
Philadelphia. At just
le hour, word of a
lad reached all three
[The preceding night,
Booth had shot Abra-
. Now the Great
was dead
ter.thal told his con-
citing David's la-
ibner: "Indeed a great
ien in Israel."
lu-El. Rabbi Samuel
in a special sermon,
and wept.
Iphia, Isaac Leeser,
hazan, educator and
been requested to de-
tial eulogy. Never be-
Her been known to
yords. This time, he
h i s congregation,
away some tears,
jly: "My thought re-
range themselves in
1 order." Sobbing, he
>vr Mourning
the same scene was
j synagogues and tem-
jhout the East. West
| The Daily Alta Cali-
ild tell what happened
On May 12. 1864. the Mississippi Confederate soldier. Max
Frankenthanl (Fronthall). saw action at the Bloody Anqle of
Spotsylvania Court House. Virginia. "For several hours."
wrote a fellow soldier, "he stood at the immediate point of con-
tact, amid the terrific hail of lead, and cooly and deliberately
loaded and fired without cringing." Picture is from the Civil
War Centennial project of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
Thti t> rfi* Ji/t'i ii j ser.es
current I) heirt^ published b: The
Jewish FloriJun in commemor-
ation of the Jewish contribution
to both ^.Je ; the stnuz'.e in
the War Between the Starr.
The nanon u this \ear obrrtmg
the centennial ann:\ ersars of the
war r'ur tore the Uninn into
>i thrr>- and thai found Jewish
adherent- both m the Umpi of
dbolrtien and slavery
over atmosphere had abruptly
changed to mourning. Black
drapes were hung. Traditional
Passover liturgy was set aside.
Yom Kippur prayers were chant-
ed instead "El Molei Rachmim"
was heard in all JewiMi houses
of prayer.
A rabbi in Albany, quoting from
David's rebuke to the Amalekite
who killed Jonathan, voiced the
feelings of all Americans by de-
manding: "How wast thou not
afraid to put forth thy hand to
destroy the Lord's annointed?"
Jews, like all of their fellow-
Americans throughout the land,
had suffered because of the war
That year of 1865, special "maos
chittim" campaigns had been con-
ducted by Jewish communities to
obtain Passover foods for the des-
titute and for prisoners of war
still languishing in camps. The
once-proud and wealthy Jewish
Continued en P* 12 D
^nriico. wnere me news ^frrue untl the next day. GREETINGS
Lin Conn was just open Rermon intended to Ideal parallel between INTERIORS BY SEC 4 fnifnt Coat
i Festival ot Liberation VICTORS
IniMi's celebration of
K- when a member of Beautiful and Decorativo
Aeration told him of death. He burst into Reupholstenng Drapes ANTIQUES RESTORED Waterproofing
B the congregation, and
Liner his prepared scr- REFINISHING See Your Dealer
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> others, the gay Pas> Phone PL 7-8741

Lll greetings GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS
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MR. AND MRS. MAX SEIGAL
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of
ld{
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Happy Passover Greetings to All
Best Wishes for Passover
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
N\r. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
lev De Money and John F. Harkness, of
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PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY
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t Iff f f H 0 S
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Whmnm HI J-7SS6
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Friday. March 31. 1961
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i
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Joe Infante, President
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Flamingo Tiles Glamo-Art Mosaics
1400 NW 54th St. Miami Phone OX 1-0272
Jewish Participation in the U.S. Civil War
Continued from Pao*ll-D
communities in the South in
Richmond. Savannah, other cen-
ters had been reduced to
begging for help from their bre-
thren, and the Jew.- ot the North.
East and West were not slow to
come forth with aid "We have
entirely lost the means of baking
for the ensuing Passover," stated
the appeal from Savannah
During the war. no matter
where they were, in the Union
Army or in the Confederacy. Jew-
ish soldiers observed Passover. A
report on one such observance.
significant because of its essen-
tial Jewish character, and at
limes hilariously funny, has been
reproduced by the great Jewish
historian. Dr. Bertram Wallace
Korn. in his book American
Jewry and the Civil War." It tells,
in the words of one ot the par-
ticipants, how 21 Jewish members
of the 23rd Ohio Volunteer Regi-
ment celebrated Passover in the
wood- outside their encampment
at Fayett, w \a
The Jewish -..Idler- trom the
Ohio regiment had managed to
obtain not only matzoth but al-o
HaggadahS. They also got their
commander's permission to cele-
brate Pissover They got. some-
how, a paschal lamb probably
"liberated" it from some nearby
farm, a- -oldiers sometimes are
wont to do. For "charoset." they
used a brick they did not try-
to eat it. just looked at it as a
Symbol In a field, they found
an herb which would do for "mor-
rer." For wiue. they used hard
cider
In Too Wild Woods
When they bit into the bitter
herb which, they discovered,
tasted "fiery Uke Cayenne pep-
per" it had to be washed down
by cider. 'We forgot the law that
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Mayer Lehman, father of the former New York Governor. Her
bert H. Lehman, goes to the Confederate capitol in Richmond,
1865, to ask Jefferson Davis for aid to captive Alabama soldiers
suffering and dying in Northern prison stockades. Lehman
wishes to exchange Southern cotton for Yankee gold to .
for food and medical supplies. The Northern General Grant
lefused permission. The picture dramatizing the event is re-
produced from one of six colorful posters produced as a Civil
War Centennial project of the American Jewish Archives on
?he Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion.
authorized us to drink only tour
cups." said the contemporary
writer of that report A tew of
the soldiers decided to reenact
the Passover story One became
Pharaoh, and a couple of others
took the roles of M o s e and
Aaron. The imper-onators "had
to be carried to the camp, and
there left in the arms of Mor-
pheus." reported the narrator.
"There in the wild woods of
Weal Virginia.-' wrote the soldier
with a bent for history, "away
from home and friends, we con-
secrated and offered up to the
ever loving God of Israel our
prayers and sacntice "
Similar observances were con-
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ducted by many other Jeuisb
servicemen on Passover -pen: in
the services of either the North
or the South In the Confederacy,
a -pecial prayer tor Jews j>
circulated, the work ol Kabbi
M .1 lllehelbacher spiritual
leader of Beth Ahabah Congre-
gation at Richmond
One lone I'nidn soldier, a Jew
named Myer Levy, ot Philadel-
phia, found hini.-elt one PaMoMl
in a Virginia town captured from
the Confederacy Waikmj down
a street in that town he saw i
little boy on the itfps Of I hou*.
eating mat/oh When he asked
the child for a piece, the br
ran into the house yellitu
"Mother, there's a dams vankee
Jew outside" Myer Levj wa in-
vited to a Passover dinner
As it h a p p e n i i freqveaty
throughout history, when the Jet
has found him-.-lf blamed for
everything evil. Ihe Amenta
Jew did not *s< Hart em
tor the death pi I
two week- alter I II coin's *|
der, a pamphlet
titled "Lite. Cntni
ot .1 \v Booth
Continued en Paoe 130
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+Mni*t Ftcridfor
Page 13-D
Historic View of Judaism and God
linucd from Page 7-D
in Us essenqa and do-
>nl. About -.tifiwpi years
asktd Wwritr- a fri'a*lr-"
>ur new Tempi*' COnstHu-
id, liter an exhaustive
study, and application,
jllovung preamble VH
king that Judaism is a
of perpetual growth and
^ment. we hold that, while
the fundamental teach-
?reof. we are. by virtue of
nnis of Israel) free to in-
and restate the teachings
lei of the past in the light
(present; and t'i<'' each sue-
|: l'i ni ration in Israel is
reformulate the truth.- tir-t
I nth e provi lence oi
r Fath< rs.'1
i it the >ges, Judaism
i with changes caused
: u.' ..: d surroundings, but
falt< .i il from its essence,
the onepess oi God, the
ol humanity, and t h e
I ii of ^norlnc-v In this.
il differs from Hellenic
k:/at:on radically. The Hebraic
0 lit has always been that
which is good is beautiful;
Ii nic, OD the other hand, is
stly the reverse, that which
beautiful is good so vividly
pressed in Greek sculpture.
-hip iif symmetry, and phys-
Il prowesses.
^int-e prayers were not given
Mt. Sinai and have been au-
kred by different men in dif-
nnt areas and eras, they therc-
le -hould not be used as proof
[unchangeable dogma.
the light of present-day
pntific knowledge, God il much
kater than was presumed by
ancestors. Science docs not
y God. To the contrary, it en-
|ei he God concept. I am not
ited to my father's concept of
iTMirw) God who created the
Ih and seven heavens. My
is cosmic and not at my el-
:k< .i father to pay heed to
[pleas
Holy Sabbath
tie writer's observation on the
hess of the Sabbath is cor-
1 however, that was not the
-r.al purpose of the Sabbath.
(the beginning, the Sabbath was
nded as enunciated by the in-
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junction in Deuteronomy, 'You
renu n er to k< i p the Sab-
bari because you Acre -laves .
- !'-KvrS' ,l^iiiyhfi|^Thgj|i.^:ll.t:.ih
as I day of re-i. In due tune
through the ages, the Sabbath be-
came mere than just a day ..t
lest. It became holy and dedicated
to the study oi the- Torah and
pra> tr.
The command to obsei tl e
Sabbi th was an event recognizing
the dignity oi man and revolu-
...nonary,jo the, aunaU > We find no parallel in any prior
religious or other thinking mak-
ing i daj .-I" rest imperative not
only for the freeholder but to
every -lave and even to the
beasts of burden.
Jews in the U.S. Civil War
Continued from Page 12-D
thai piece of hack-work had the
cit) to invent iard oi
''i- m n Booth, he i laii i was
of Jewish origin. According to
--it onal "Journalist. he
i n told thai [ai I by a
an who presumably
n the ;. '!,. i i i Lincoln's
-- s n, Ju ....- Brutus Booth. Of
..- Booth a trulj Shake-
pear< n ..dor it bad be< n
written When h< acted Shylock
in the evening, he was a Jew all
day long." All that meant, of
course, was that the aetOT tried.
as many modern actors do. to
live his role."
The he about John Wilkes
Booth's alleged Jewish origin
never caught on fortunately.
The country knew how the Jews
felt about Lincoln. Not only did
Jews in the North mourn. In the
South, also, they wept Said Rabbi
Bernard Ulowy to his congrega-
tion in Sew Orleans, as he was
addressing Lincoln's memory in
eulogy: "Thou hast wound thy-
self lovingly around the hearts of
millions Ages will roll upon
ages, but thy memory will still
live in the hearts of thy country-
men until the latest generation."
The Jews mourned deeply that
memorable Passover of 1865. But
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for themselves, for Ame
for the world they also had
In pe in the knowledge of tin
complishments ol the tragic Pres
nil ni i i death had so move l
:hem Rabbi Bernard Fels nthal,
i i i hicago, opi ned bis i
Lincoln by quoting fsa
Then shall thy light bi
h as the n
And thy healing shall i ing
forth sp
Henrietta Szolcl
Continued from Page 9 D
was a pacifist; he a- she be-
lieved that the difficulties be-
tween Jews and Arabs could be
settled through social intercourse,
commercial contacts, etc. B u t
the habits of a lifetime of self-
imposed discpline were also
strong within her and she recogn-
ized that the right of political de-
cision was vested in the Yishuv's
representative bodies.
Henrietta Szold was born in
Baltimore in 1860, as the United
States stood on the brink of civil
war, and died in 1945. as World
War II was coming to an end.
She lies on the Mount of Olives
Continued on Pago 14 D
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More Than Emancipation from Enslavem
Ccntinoed from P*g*4-D
and deliverance are found in the
record of the exodus irom Egyptj
they art PlblBly WtarftWlW*! *w*
lour traditional cups ol wine. The
last and most impressive of these
blessings announces the glad tid-
ings: "And I shall take you unto
me as a people iSh'moth 6:7).
And when did the Israelites be-
eome the "chosen people?" Our
sages answer: On Sinai, when
Moses brought down the two Tab-
lets -f the Divine Law.
prom time immemorial. Uiere
has been a characteristic Jewish
\\av*brcoTTlmemorarine plonous
occasions Of miraculous deliver-
ance through danger lraught mil-
lennia When the children ol Is-
rael saw the glory of Egypt, the
I lower of its manhood and mili-
tary might drowning helplessly
in the billowing waves of an ang-
ry Red Sea that, but a short while
ago had meekly divided its floods
Benjamin Franklin and the Jews
Continued from Pag* 3-D
unto Abraham, saying, Abraham.
where is the stranger""- And
Abraham answered and said.
Lord, he would not worship Thee,
neither would he call upon Thy
name: therefore 1 have driven him
wit from before my lace into the
w ilderness.'
And God sjid. Have 1 borne
with him these, hundred and nine-
ty and eight >ears. and nourished
him. an.i clothed him. notwith-
standing hjs rebellion against
me; and COUldst not thou, who
are thyself a sinner, bear with
him one night?' And Abraham
said. "Let not the anger of the
Lord wax hot against His -< :
vant; lo. 1 have sinned; lo, I have
sinned; forgive me. I pray Thee
And Abraham arose, and went
forth into the wilderness, and
sought diligently for 'he man. and
found him. and returned with
bim to the tent; and when he had
away on the morrow with gifts
And God spake again unto Abra-
ham, saying. 'For this thy sin
shall thy eed be afflicted in a
strange land; but for thy repen-
tance will 1 deliver them; and.
they shall come forth with power,
and with gladness of heart, and
with much substance "
When Franklin died in 1790.
aged 84. the whole world mourned
him Mirabeau. the leader of
the French Assembly, called him
the sage whom two worlds claim
as their own and ordered a three
days' mourning for him through-
mi! all France Turgot. the cele-
brated minister of finance for
Louis XVI. said of him: "He
snatched the lightning from the
sky and the scepter from ty-
rants
Henrietta Szold
Continued on Page 13-D
which is today or. foreign soil.
close to the land she helped to
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of her who. with her own hands,
helped to apply each trowel lull
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nD7 it?
ent
at the lifting of Moses' rod. '
them pass through unh-rl]?
the) butt mto.r. txu,Sr^
of triumph and gratitude -n'
sang Moses and -V, hildrc-r 1y \
rael this song unt. IbaUii *!
spoke saying U.!;.in,q *
Lord, for He it nishlv ei,
The horse and his ndeY hant
thrown into the sea lEjodusJ'
And when Israel -uffered irtj
the hot rays ol the iub Ga
spread a cloud for a cjveru.1
When they uere hungry, jje s|
them bread ir.,.~ heaven an!
when they were thirsty ar.d' mJ
mured againsl Moses, -ayitu l
"What shall we drink?-', the LjS
said to Moses: "And thou S|,J
smite the rock and there >t
come water out <.'. it. that
people may (fa Kv>
17:6). And Moses lifted his
and struck a hit ban rock
lo. clear, cool water rushed fo
Passover, the joyi us (esUvsJ
liberation, which t. gins un
I5th of Nisan i Mar ..: and__
eighl days, is also the ^rea*. leftl
val of Spring, of Nature's
nial renewal after an icv v>wt\
It is a lfstival i:io- i..\.qui iaaaj
nations lor its ancient, tin,!
honored rituals Th two Seat'
nights remind us thai the Lai'
has brought u- i"r,v-. from bai
age to freedom, fxom lorroa i
hardship unto Joy fjoni sertMi
unto redemption. h m its na.
zeman hera-lntm; th< *m
ol our liberation.
Dr. Thcdorc H Ga-ier, praa
stir of comparative rellfai i
Dropsie College, Philadelfh
maintains that "Um real sate
of Passover reflect! in the *
ressive stages of its man's elementary quest for f
dom It starts ^s a festivals'
physical freedoma crude a
primitive ceremorv designed I
free man from year to year *
hurt and hazard ol Me andtt
mischief of na'un It ieif*
into a festival of social frttda
commemorating (hi ..beWMt,
a particular pe<>pl : <>tn tMadap.1
And it ends as I d*j
man freedom m rbrabsf i
ideals of libertv > I] of *i|
that liberation : -"'
And so. from r. *.tmr..
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rat I, the tr<. sue Fraf
between the paw t th
hewn Sphinx rose : seM'U1
human libertv.
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*Jewist fkriimr
Paqe 15-D
'assover's Eternal Struggle for Freedom
Continued from Page l-O
Lael \\> haJ to ftsht against seven
lArab armies.
Bui in the end we won out.
I/M'.rr a superhuman struggle we
Established the /emsfa right to
|l, ttij stera 9l our own destiny
|i:i a tin) i I God's earth.
man o n be expound to
Wholesale death while helpless in
ol bo enemy. Now, at
possession <>t a
t.nl ol ur
Aw*kend Continent
ie Jewish people, per*
routed, harassed, martyred
irougnoul the ages, finally had
|> indtpenaent nationhood recog
ized -' > the worl'i and was taken
the L'nited Nations. By its
ecogn:non at long last of our
[ghl to national freedom the
arid served notice upon some
|!ur Hitler that if he attempted
gain to destroy our lives in
x>l< sale slaughter he would
|\e a tar more difficult fight on
hands than Hitler had in
rid War II The days when
|w cjuld be led to slaughter
sheep were definitely over.
Right now the uorlj is agitated
the truggle of the peoples ot
Iricu. the erstwhile "Dark Con-
lent awakened finally trom
n'..leniul backwardness, for
itior.al liberation. We Jews can
I sympathise with that strug-
B.it we also have a right to
these newly awakened Atri-
In- Tat they sympathize with
r Own struggle for national
ledi m which, since the Arab
n>r. continue in their hostility
I us. .-n't over yet
Perhaps the greate-t achieve-
rni i f the forthcoming Eich
tin :r:al :n l.-rael will lie in the
Ct mat r. will show the world
at after the horrors inflicted
us > Germaay in World War
thi r was BO other way out but
reestablish our independent
^ti' nhood on our ancient soil.
Itt- ii swing that never again
il et the world, including the newly
lerging nations of Africa, know-
was done to u- and how
i State of I-rael emerged
\ like out of the ashe.- ot
lx million Jewish dead.
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Workmen put the finishing touches on the Studebaker Lark
assembly line at the Kaiser-Ilin factory in Haifa. Israel's in-
dustrial output is growing rapidly with the assistance of funds
from the State of Israel Bond drive. From an annual figure of
some S400 million in 1951, when the Israel Bond campaign
began, total industrial production increased to over the $1
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for the race or for individuals, but it is and must remain an
ideal..."
View of A Minority of One'
Continued from Page 2D
to the unsolvable problemhow
to be different without being no-
ticed Probably he wrote "Ma-
jority of One' from an overabun-
dance of "understanding," a com-
modity which ha been (ailing
on rich and po.ir alike of late
"Understanding" lg all light
with me. bir a little of it goes a
long way. I'm willing to accept
anybod>'< differences as long a>
they are legal and moral, but if
you don"t mind. I want to keep
mine. The chasm between Sha-
vuoth and a Shinto spring festi-
val is one I do not choose to cross,
nor can I equate the acknowledge-
ment of the supremacy of God
with the transcendentalism Ol
Zen Buddhism That much I
have from my grandmother I
may be a me->hugcneh, but I am
not a schizophrenic meshugeneh
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Friday. Ma
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What are the Main Elements of Freedom?
| Continued from Pag* 10-D
expands and assumes new mean-
ing.
Freedom and education are
practically as synonymous as are
ignorance and slavery Where
here is enlightenment, there is
also freedom and by the same
token where one finds ignorance.
slavery is its concomitant.
Freedom does not represent
lawlessness, or anarchy. On the
contrary, to be tree i> to live .1
life th;it is disciplined, governed
by rules and principle- which
check a person's primitive, ele-
mental passions, desin and ten-
dencies.
Arc not all men born with sub-
stantial freedom? it i> asked Can
not everyone l" .>- he pleases, or
it leas) will and choos< as ii'
is true
rhe clover one lives to Ihe life ol
.111 animal, the closer he is to all
ts ol constraint and bondage
Freedom means 1101 Ihe ;ifo-
.m no1 ol discipline, bui the use oi
higher and mure ration.il forms
as contrasted with those that are
lower or less rational. A tree
discipline controls the individual
by appealing to his reason and
const i< tu e
In celebrating the holiday ot
freedom, we are called upon to
give thought to the basic ritiht ol
man It is from this right that
all blessings How I'pon this
right, all progress depends
Peace, justice, and truth, depend
upon freedom Men and nation-.
cannot live without it. In striv-
ing, winning and protecting free-
dom, Cod and man are redeen
Moshe Kol. world head of Youth Ahyah, welcomes the uC 000th
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She is 12-year-old Sharifa Fai bo Teh awn
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•riday, March 31. 1351 *Jewish FhrkBan Pa 79 7ln March, his i, bastings and engravings werv exaiblted in the Sinai Temple in Mr. and Mri e :n a small. furnished twi apartment in Manhattan, Cl : • overflowj wifi Mos %  ID gs and • -awings, with itiii nv re „ r k bejng sh.;-jeiI -, %  | he |, -.:n one of his br.freqiH n| sm I it the storied [ an life A he artist is not peo] ft wta > a: s • --..iii* about their ca • en Mosh< pair/•• i'—the poor ie ag< the % % %  %  He paints hem w th sympa h> an.) with T impelling power, reflecting the idnesj and hopelessness of poverty 5Jut h %  Jives 'Unity to i tvertj "This what I pi.nt. because this what I understand," Moshe nd "1 was born Jid grew up > i the wrong si Ie of the tracks in owntown Haifa. a r .d the Israeli nor. like many Jf the Mexican jr. rave gTn. iignity and i engtt Moslx never considered being Anything but an artist and his wily never wavered in its enturagement of the boy who k'.A< talent front t^.e time he fas oU enougd t> hold a pencil his hand. "My uncle was my first teachIr M< she Mid "Although he l&inted as a hobby, he was a very lent*, artist My mother, who mbroidi red :•>.:.-•. > make a |vmg, was my fire: critic and my rat m. "I dt.oureJ '.>>>'vof reproducJons "i the great masters and r>verj impressed by the paintllgl of PietJT Breughel. He was > id^: Unfortunately for art iudenti I>rael does not have i.ui> o: the originals of the mas"v and my greatest wish was see .•id study tae real thing."' w"hei Mosbe was 15. he began stud} drawing at the Municipal ludio ir. Haifa an-1 ne year later. e wa> accepted at the Bezalel •hool %  Arts f. i Crafts in Jeruplem,


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m Page 6-B +Je*isfi ncrM&r Friday, March 31, a t t %  1961 Molly Picon, Dennis King Due at Grove Molly Picon and Dennii King aw announced bj producer Owen Phillips as thi s ars <>i "A Majority .>: One." sche hried to open Ee# twa weeks i nlj Tuesday. Ma> 16, .it the Coconut Grove Playhouse Recognized as one of the most important corned) hits of the de< ade. the plaj has been sought by Phillips since its release from its long run engagement in Now York Winning Miss Picon and Kins in the roles creaU'ii !n Gertrude Berj> and Doubly happy are Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mitnick (center) as they receive congratulations on their 18th wedding anniversary from (left! Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glickman at Sirkin Hall of Temple Emanu-El. Occasion was the initial meeting of the Temple Emanu-El Players launching of "Shingle on Flagler Street." musical play based on incidents in the life of the late Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz. The production, written and directed by Trixie Levin, will be presented Apr. 22 to 24 at Miami Beach High School Auditorium. Big Bill Slated at Cinema Theatre Passover week big show at the Cinema Theatre. Parting Friday, f.atures "The Great Advisor." starring Irving Jacobson In addition to this screen attraction. Leon Schachter and GitelStem will be seen in a comcu.v sketch, and Miss Carolyn Carpenter, the Italian Yiddisha Shiksa." will offer a repertoire of Hebrew and Yid dish songs. Topping the bill iBobby Breen. former ringing sensation protege ol Beth Torah Players I Beth Torah Congregation Players will present a musical comedy. "From Nine To Five." on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Apr. 8 ( a nd 9. at North Miami Senior High School The play, under the personal direction of Lester Friedman, is a storv of the garment industry. Mr> Sally Zwerner is in charge of ticket.-. Mrs. Firtel Named Chairman Mi> Joseph Shapiro, president of Hebrew Academ) Women. h;ian nounced the appointment of Mrs Irvine Firtel %  chairman of the "Chai" luncheon to be held Wednesday. Apr 26, at the Fontaine bleau hotel Mrs. Leonard Rosen i> co-chairman Other member.of the committee are Mesdames .lack Buchsbaum Julius Rosenstein, Arthur Bern man. Jack Gerson and Nathan Spieuelman. Funds raised at the luncheon will uo toward the $50 000 pledged b) the Academy Women for the Ida, Appel Auditorium in the new Hebrew Academy to be erected. Mrs. Appel was, tor many years, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, as well as of the Hebrew Academy Women. "Chai" luncheon represents a gift towards one brick in the auditorium, and each donor will receive a certificate of appreciation. Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Phillips has m maged -i < up which most ever) theatre in the nation ha-, [ailed to • Written by Leonard Spigelglass, the play is a direct answer to the success marked up by Menasha Skulnik's recent engagement in "The 49th Cousin." Booked for a limited engagement, reservations for the hit play are now being taken. Currently ^parking the Stage of the Playhouse is "The World of Suzie Wong Coming direct from a national tour, the play stars Lam Miyazaki. who succeeded Frances N'uyen on Broadway, and played Eddie Cantor, making a personal appearance for one week at the Yiddish American theater. 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Page 16-D
*Jml*t fork/tor
Frid nr
aY. Marci
What are the Main Elements of Freedom?
I Continued from Pag* 10 D
expands and assumes new mean-
ing.
Freedom and education are
practically as -ynonymou> as are
ignorance and slavery Where
here is enlightenment, there is
also freedom and by the same
;oken where one finds ignorance.
slavery is u> concomitant.
Freedom does not repre*
lawlessness or anarchy On the
Dtrary, to be free is to live j
ife thai is disciplined, governed
by and principles which
. person's primitive eU
Are mei ;"h -uh-

not everyoni eases, or
at least wil I is he
i
fe ol
: i the -1 ser h is l
ts ol nt and bomi gi
Freedom means not the ab-
iphne. but the use her and mure ral
as contrast) I with those that are
wer or less rational. A tree
lplin< controls th< in ividnal
\ appea mg to hi- reason and
conscience
In eel. the bol
i dom, we an i alia I upon to
giv< :.i;ht to the h.:-.i right >t
man II is iron; this rifjhl that
Upon this
all progress
Peac* e. an.i truth, depend
Mei
ii : rtnv-
I and ma
Moshe Kc! world head oi Youth Ali
child tc epted by Youth Aliy
She is 12-year-old Sharifa
arriving ol Lydda Airport.
deprived oi equal rights persecuted an I
reoc'.e.
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TO. TO A I WM Page 16-D *Jml*t fork/tor Frid nr a Y. Marci What are the Main Elements of Freedom? I Continued from Pag* 10 D expands and assumes new meaning. Freedom and education are practically as -ynonymou> as are ignorance and slavery Where here is enlightenment, there is also freedom and by the same ;oken where one finds ignorance. slavery is u> concomitant. Freedom does not repre* lawlessness or anarchy On the Dtrary, to be free is to live J ife thai is disciplined, governed by and principles which person's primitive eU Are • %  mei ;"h -uh• not everyoni eases, or at least wil I is he i fe ol : i the -1 ser h is l ts ol nt and bomi gi Freedom means not the abiphne. but the use t man II is iron; this rifjhl that Upon this all progress Peac* e. an.i truth, depend Mei ii :• rtnvI and ma Moshe Kc! world head oi Youth Ali child tc epted by Youth Aliy She is 12-year-old Sharifa arriving ol Lydda Airport. deprived oi equal rights persecuted an I reoc'.e. GREET N Eunice Denison HOTEL PERSONNEL SPECIALIST rig Presi 91 the Wor a Over 1690 Alton Road Phone JE 4-4741 MIAMI BEACH MOt DAY .. BILL WHIPPLE LANDSCAPING A.,. GREE MG5 THE AIRPORT BANK OF MIAMI NOW YOU CAN BANK SIX DAYS A WEEK -'kR BANK SERV > PI HANG FREE CUSTOMER PARKING CONCOURSE 4, INTERNATIONAL AIR D ORT Miami 59, Florida NE 3-2626 C. H. ERVIN HEATING & VENTILATING 5301 N.W. 35th COURT NE 3-2964 NE 4-6216 MEMBER > : .::H %  .:-• -,: NC '-71st • CHINCH BUG iami Be • Control LAWN MAINTENANCE H< • LAWN SAND s • FERTILIZER (will spread • TREES-SHRUBS .:GAE AO 1TO CUTI • :-E PH. CE 5-0559 %  1 GREETINGS GLASS PRODUCTS, INC. 224 Pan An ik BL 150 S.E. Third Avenue '.' ami, Flor %  SEA To All Our Friends and Fatrona W. J. I H IIT General Passenger Aaeat SEABOARD RAILROAD Hi C7o *4ll... Mil McDonald Air Conditioning, Inc. T*ANE AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERS 261 N.W. 26th Street Miami, Florida Phone FR 3 7681 N E MABIE-BELL COMPANY MO-SAI PRECAST FACING ARCH I -A. CONCRETE PR 36C1 N.W. 74th Street CX


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iday. March 31. 1961 > Jmi sfi Fit rid tin, gi Page 3-D lenjamin Franklin and the Jews in His Life By DR. BLANCHE KATZAN J)r. Benjamin Franklin, who }re liberty of this young country ; ; i r.d to the fight of bias against t*ie Jews, was born in Boston in 11708. Beginning his career as a [humble printer's boy. he steadily rose, by native genius, conIjuined with rare industry and prui i r>e. to a foremost place among ins countrymen. Hifl 'Poor Richard's Almanac' and his "Proverbs" are a splendid repertory of proverbial philo. sophy of the poor, in which he be. (jurat hed to us a veritable treajmry of wise maxims. This truly great man—printer, lau'hOT, inventor of the lightning [rod, postmaster • general of the Iyoung colonies, minister plenipo| tertiary at the court of France 1(10 1776) — was a great friend of hruJews. He readily signed a [petition to citizens of every reliLioua denomination for contribute the Hebrew Society of Philadelphia when this society [wished to build a synagogue in Philadelphia. Franklin himself : ost generously contributed to [ihi.fund. When the Jew William HerMrael discovered the planet Uraius, two million miles away. Franklin highly praised his ichievement by stating: "I hard)\ know which to admire most, the wonderful discoveries made jy Herschel.-or the indefatigable i %  uity by which he was able It, make them." Institutions of Learning fanklin founded the academy i-hich is today the University of Pennsylvania and introduced nontwological subjects. Kings ColIBgi now Columbia University, lowed this example. A small bunib* r of Jews was graduated run' :h M two institutions even pfon the Revolutionary War. franklin also founded an mtcltctual society, the Junto, in y\ %  formulated the following lets for membership "Do incerely declare to love b kind in general of what proDI religion soever 0 Do u think any person ought to be irn • (I in his body or goods lor %  speculative opinion or his exi .. \ i i worship?" Franklin, philosopher, scholar, r %  -till statesman, all his life WORLD'S FINEST HIBISCUS AM I SPICTACUIAK VAAIETIfS Many Exclusive .' ( RAREST and NEWEST IXORA HYBRID, FANCY COLORFUL CROTONS Cor Plants Make Meit Appreciated Gifts We Ship: Sni tor our new descriytiv* price list FLOTON'S G0W$ and NYIIIOIZEIS 2477 NW 104th STREET Enter by 103rd Street) Phone OX 6-2232, Miami EDISON ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO. Wholesale Distributors ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and LIGHTING FIXTURES Ull n 3-3114 1009 S. W. 8th STREET (Temi.mi Trail) UN1AMIN MANKLIN ... relentless fighter was a relentless fighter against bias. In 1730. hardly 24 years young, he wrote in the "Pennsylvania Gazette" whieh he owned: "The Jews were aequainted with several arts and sciences long before the Romans became a people or the Greeks were known among the nations." Franklin was one of the subscribers who by his generous contribution helped in saving the Philadelphia Mikvth Israel Synagogue when, in 1788. it was hard pressed for funds. He also generously contributes towards the building ol synagogues in New York City and providence. Rhode Island. He was always willing to assil immigrants as much as he could. Once a man named Solomon Raphael, newly-arrived at these shores, applied for a peddlars license in 1787 to establish himself in this country. Franklin not only signed Raphael's peddlar s license, but gave him a loan to finance his humble profession. When, in 1778. Franklin founded the Pennsylvania Abolitionist Society working for the abolition of slavery, many Jews in Philadelphia joined him. In "Poor Richard's Almanac" and in The Pennsylvania Gazette" we find Franklin's parable. It is of special interest at the Passover season, as it ends with the curse that was Egypt's cruel bondage and the blessing which was the triumphant redemption from abject slavery: "And it came to pass after these things, that Abraham sat in the door of his tent, about the going down of the sun. And behold a man, bent with age. com* ing from the way of the wilderness, leaning on a staff. And Abraham rose and met him and said unto him. "Turn in. I pray thee, and wash thy feet, and tarry all night, and thou shall arise early in the morning, and go thy way.' But the man said. Nay, for I shall abide under this tree.' And Abraham pressed him greatly; so he turned, and they went into the tent; and Abraham baked unleavened bread, and they did eat. And when Abraham saw that the man blessed not God. he said unto him. Wherefore dost thou not worship the most high God, Creator of heaven and earth?' And the man answered and said. I do not worship thy God, neither do I call upon his name; for 1 have made myself a god. which, abideth always in mine house, and provideth me with all 'hings.' "And Abraham's zeal was kindled against the man. and he arose and fell upon him. and drove him forth with blows into the wilderness. And God called Continued on Pfl 14-D MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ and Family Thomas — Robert — Jerry : V Wish Their Friends and Relatives a Happy Passover To A!l Greetings CARINOS Italian American Restaurant "Bring the Family" 4785 NW 7th AVE. PL 8-4635 HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY TO ALL S. C. BLUH COMPANY AN F.H.A. Approved Mortgage Banker 12391 N.E. 6th AVE. 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"dfewish Floridlian Miam, Florida. Friday, March 31. 1961 Section D • Passover and the Eternal Drive Toward Human Freedom By PHILIP RUBIN \ nerican Declaration of taks oi the right hurnan being to "hfe, i ; bappiI or the p i fifti en year-. ad of World W. r %  ''W8 dui tag the Passover k have tx ng not it Cor liberty m i %  Egy] also our fight right I ; • tary life Easti 11 Eu• deca | %  hall %  the \ i • nans slew six i our brethren And a i celebrate lern liberation, th< estal eot of i red lewis i the present d o aeL The righi i elongs imai •: religious b il .ai m -• %  lout hist tyrants evi • human ah en %  death %  • entire poi i thorn no pr • Wh .: %  %  i; hich the ilai the >la ins, Bui the wn I %  >p ilati as new. So the i isso^ er eas in now has beci n whi : with Joj usi We indent li the •'• '.'. arsaw rising we mourn our six million d Diaspora Enslavement 1 terrible lesson w JVi overt iok oui that I h i : ft m the struggle for naThe Jew were i N'azis 1 'i Jews repn < %  %  i Thus • le ; %  < rvi i te I mind N be< ame the ei u • in would : tate • ibhshment oi G all Euro] War [1 bn i x Dias] ira ens i'\p rien< e ia : N'azism in Europt i:^ thai e < lUl ln*t rein.,.:' slaved ind rema For an '• • .%  rights, pi unded, is a • itely after W II. af'i • A. had cou our six mill %  • id, we b< tintime inal | P | to be • : a count i A n. It was ii its %  • • ii -, b %  this %  ruggle I ir al lii right to conti i iry in Pal< •' had enem en con:r ed th en ii ile t< M lii ... ,' v had inflicte i u M hen we I the Stati ; i • Cor.Snued on Page 12-D



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fli;day. March 31. 1S61 +Jenisf Ftcrhfian Pace 15-C Where Miracles are Somewhat Common Continued from Page 11-C refunds of the holy placr< together Aith two cronies. There was very c il :n h: jup when he came :v ca\r tomb known a> Oral o i Ha Zadick — the tent of S.men the Righteou?. which is not •mm Sanhedria Even if he : onlj some Of the lamps, he ., satisfied, for Goo expects no to do more than bit best. then came the miracle. Ftein filled one lamp, then anihtr and another. His friends knew hat there was only a little he Jug. But they .saw that • poured and poured, and >ti!l I hen was oil for more. The three : them understood immediately %  at this was a miracle they were tnessing They did not lose •-.or presence of mind They just itched None of them >aid anyIt is forbidden to say a N rd when you witness a miracle. r the spell will break So they tched :n silence. :; as a!! the lamps were the oil stopped. The three en went straight to the Beth • where Hillol M< ishe Meshil "' I ported on 'he miracle %  an I his N achi • -i. and • :i Yaac< \ gave evi • • th •• they h •-. %  •• %  I n i • %  : witnesses is M Yai \ an un! tie bo erusali e last Thi re %  t her re I le. for in 1st avi always been onv %  to thai k mj friend I perm isthis storj which apish m .. :< r the fir-t •!y or.e of the rare. % %  • pisodes of the early •>• oi modern Zion which the aboul in her book dealing Ihe historj of publishing In isalem from its beginning in until 1900. Her book, a iniqu< piece of research on which hi has spent many vears. is bepublisbed by (he Ben-Zvi Init( together with the Hebrew rsity Library, and will appear in Hebrew somt time this SOVER GREETINGS TO ALL JOE COHEN R t A l I $ T A T I U59 DRIXEL AVtSoE WAMI BEACH O'NEAL NCCX & SEPTIC TANK CO SEPTsC TANKS CEANED ana REPAIRED INSTV.LMIONS EREE INSPECTIONS DRAIN FIELDS REPAIRED B*W J927 Same location 1368 N.W. 2Sth Street Phone NE 5-6431 • Hoi.d&y Greetings SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE Beauty Culture a Vocation of Happiness A Affij Independence D A. JULIUS, P, e Phone >R 4-9998 'OH NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI The estabkshment of a Rabbinical Court "Beth Din" tc serve the needs oi the Jewish community of America, reqardless of synagogue affiliation, was announced by the Rabbinical Council of America. Pictured (left to right) aJe Gustav Stern philanthropist and newly-elected chairman of the board of directors £ DKW ,h< \ e ^ ablishme n' d the court possible: president of he ,J a J i n ccl Court Corp.. Rabbi Emanuel Rcckman; and Habbi Charles Weinbera. of Maiden. Mass., pres.dent of the HObbinica] Council oi America. Ecbbi Benjamin Bck. oi Baltimore, Md., wes appointed coordinator of the Court Israel's History in JNF 'Seals' Continued 'rom Page 9-C •' r thy t -• ; atelic magazine • • article: eel % %  %  < : % %  rhe Israi telisl • %  • n New ^ Anoth< i .-< !p • -he serii is i an ewish Nat i %  -" Stai .. ,j by : .:. the States -her" alers who • %  •' % %  %  • %  plest %  • to wril : A •' :••. Educa• Jewish 49: h •• N V< rk 21 TO ALL GREETINGS G. D. PEDEN FUNERAL HOME CATHOLIC FUNERAL HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Ph. CA 6-1811 8231 SW 40th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA GAITHER D. PEDEN, JR Funeral Director & Mgr. It's Clean — It Wea's Longer ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. PAVING WITH PLANT V


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Friday, March 31. 1961 +Jcnirt FkradHi&F Page 9-A Morocco King Assures Friendship \ Continued from Page 1-A i i .n !\ 2.') JO Jcwi.-li pupils in CO. repct from Morocco received in P*'i* *id that a tenmontho'd Jewish boy, Makhlouf Wanna, was kidnapped by Moslems in the Jewish quarler of Casablanca. The infant was being •ooVed after by his eight-year-aid sister, whose attention was distracted by the kidnappers who then spirited off the infant. The i abduction is one of the many that have taken place recently in the Jewish quarter of Moroccan cities. • '• pmptoms i i va in thai in view of Ihe threats by Morocco a encouraging, and Moroccan ministers agaii mass there are reports of renewed anti, %  .., lewish press iganda and the Inued imprisonment of 42 J ws late King Mohammed s interview alleged to be implicated in an cmi Jewish leaders, "it apgration group, British Board of DepPe ars more advisable to issue a Ltties president Sir Barnott Janner mor e sober and realistic state old the Board in London thiweek a corrective to the over-optimism of some Jewish pronoum:eThe Board president stressed ments." Israel's tmiuj mm needs help 1 ISRAEL'S STRONG MAN is not a military dictator. He is ; tai (-working imm farmer, rooted in the soil. He is one of 130,000 on the 4S3 settlements estabI! ihed in Israel with the help of UJA funds since 1948. His hands awakened neglected earth rolled back the desert ... created villages in the wilderness. He is one of the architects of Israel's | MOO. security B ; onoi c %  %  : %  His hard-won crops have made I • II i" Istuffs. Th sources of his trength? His own courage plus y .:: help, thi :: Appeal. U h( has ace igh the years, he i till far i I He seeds more sod better irrigation, livestock, roads, power, machinery. And. courageous as he is. he cannot break through the economic barrier alone. Help today with your generous contribution to the 19G1 United Jewish Appeal. IN GREATER MIAMI THE UJA IS SUPPORTED BY THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL Save and Build Lives-Strengthen the Settlements UNITED JEWISH APPEAL 1961 General Campaign Goal-$72,740,000 C" fc.h.i' •: UNITtO ISHAIt APMAL • JOINT DUTdilUHON COMMITTtC *| VO* ASSOCIATION PON NtW AMtAICANS SUITS0 MIAS Sl*VIC, 1 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL • 1317 Biscayne Blvd. • FR 3-0411



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Pago 2-B 9>Jewish fturktbf) C00king Mildred C (i. o r n e r MM A MENU FOR THE SEDER In many homes the menu for the first Seder is so traditional that to' omit the gefilte fish, kneidlach in chicken soup, and roast poultry would be to change much of the spirit of the "simcha." However, the second Seder is another matter. When the same menu is repeated, the charm is gone. Yet to think of a new but appropriate combination can be a problem. This Seder is planned to maintain the traditional, and at th> same time to assist the lady of the house. Most of the dishes can be prep.ui'd in advance, and those which an cooking during the service need no watching. Mother can relax and concentrate on the reading of the Haggadah with nary a thought of what -oes on in the kitchen Her Assorted Passover cookieTea or black coffee Just *before the family gathers around the table put the ku^el in the oven alongside the roaster ot meat Since the unsweetened kugel is a substitute for potatoes none are needed. However, if potatoes are desired, they may be pie-cook ed and placed around the meat at this time. Bring the chicken >oup to a boil, then cover it and turn off the heat. It will remain warm enough to be reheated quickly while the eggs are served. Later, while the plateof the fish course are being removed by another member of the family, mother can drop the pre viously prepared triflach batter into the soup. It needs but a minute to cook. Note that the choice of a cooked vegetable is left open. Since .<' %  meal is perfect for Saturday night. but P eas and p ans are permitted let your selection depend on whichMENU FOR SECOND SEDER Hard Cooked F.ai;> in Salt Water Purchased tiny balls of gefilte ti-'i with beet flavored horsera ?:-h Chicken soup with Passover triflacta and purchased Passover mandlen Roa-t brisket of beet", reheated in th< oven — Choice of cooked table — Matzos Kugel Tossel salad ol raw vegetables in "-• ••> Fresh pineapple cup STEVENS MARKETS ever quick cooking ones your market ifeaturing These can be boiled while the first courseare served Or beets or carrots coul i be prepare I In advance, since they are equally good when reheated PASSOVER TRIFLACH 1 e^ 4 teaspoons potato starch 2 tablesp i >ns matt i meal 1 4 teaspoon -alt Be. >nts • >. ether until smooth %  one-fourth •• it a tim for on< Ulow a sau t is larg Serve at once For the Seder, the 1 batter ma) be mixed in advance and kept covered It will become quite stiff. >o just before adding it •o the soup, stir in about two tea spoons ot water This amount is sufficient lor live CUDJ ot soup MATZOS KUGEL (Not Swt) 6 matzism broken small 2 1 -cups cold chicken soup 4 tablespoons chicken fat 1 medium onion, finch diced 1 J cup celery, finelv diced •j cup green pepper, finely diced 1 4 teaspoon black pepper 2 eggs slightly beaten 2 tablespoons minced par-ley 2 teaspoons paprika salt to taste Soak the matzos in tfte chicken soup until soft, then ma-h smooth In the chicken fat. slowly cook the onion, celery, green pepper, and black pepper until the vegetableare soft, but not browned Thor oughly combine with mat209 and remaining ingredients. Pour into a well greased one and one half quart casserole This part of the preparation may be done the da> before Bake about one hour at 351) deg F.. until firm and brown This amount serve-i\ If desired this recipe may be doubled or tripled PASSOVER MOCHA BARS 2 ouncebitter chocolate %  J cup vegetable shortening 2 eggs 1 cup sugar l 4 teaspoon sail 1 tea-poon instant coffee Cup ma'/.icake meal ; cup nuts, chopped medium fine Melt the chocolal an I short ing together and cool Beat eggs sugar, an I sal) until light Siii the chocolate mixture Blend the iffe • and cake me il idd Spread evenly in tw< well nine-inch square pans Spnnl r with th< degs F Cut in • an) lesu -: EC S*ft ALBACORI SOLID WHITE TUNA 7 Oi. 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