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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"eJewish Floridian
Volume 35 Number 16
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 20, 1962
Four Section r:ice 20c
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Friday. April 20,
1962
Swenson, Mrs. Carroll Win Awards
orary Outstanding Citizens of Dade chairman. Member* of 11
mitte* mchjrle Marvin Pearl,,,,,
Comrty. mitte* include Marvin" Pearll?'
Sanford M Swerdlin is chairman Sidney Palmer. Martin n." "
Edward F Swen?on. Jr. and Mrs.
rlea A. CarroO, Jr were ffcoaax
Tocadaj a- Outatai ...... Man and
Woman of Dade franlf for 1962
Pre entation was made at ar. 8 30
a m. breakfa't in the Flagier room
of the MeAHfster hotel bv Sholem
Lodge of B nai B'r.'h, sponsor of
the Outstanding Awards here for
tf:t- paat is ft
I h Lipton. president of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Assn ,
i ran of the award, waa repre-
aented bj M. L Clementc, execu-
te e vice president of Dade Fed-
eral.
Svnvon it a member of the
board of trustees of the United
Fund of Dade County, and wo*
FRONTISPIECE
. Frontispiece of the Pass-
over BdfttOfl of The Jewish
f Loridiaa depii Moses be- I
found ir. rushes
and removed to the palace of
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the Haggadah ed by
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SWIHSOH
AtffS. CARROLL
chairman of the UF 1M1-42 cam-
paign. Mrs. Carroll has long
been known here for her contin-
uing endeavor in behalf of num-
erous welfare causes.
As in the past, judges included
F'ed K Shocfcet. publisher of Ttie
Jewish Floridian; George Beebee,
managing editor of The Miami Her-
ald; and Relph Renick, news di-
rector cf WTVJ.
In adifTToTrto"the awards made
to Swanson and Mrs. Carroll, sur-
prise plaques and pins were pre-
sented to Lipton, Shochet. Beebee,
and Renick for the "fair and im-
partial approach" to their judging
chores throughout the years for
"l>erpetuating the ideals of the
award."
Presentation to Lipton as patron
and to the judges made them hon-
cl the awards committee far Shol- Dr. William Schiff. and
em Lodge, of which Eli fiurwitz is Palmer.
Budnic^
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Bowles, Comay at Annual
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- Apr. 12 to 15
Th<: opening losaon nnirsdajf
< rening, Apr. 12. featured a pres-
report by Dr. Joachim
i / leader of 'he Congress, and
Um presentation to Bowle of an
American Jewish Co; ard
(or ouutanding service in interna-
tional affairs."
Ambassador Comay, perma-
nent representative of Israel to
the United Nations, and Sen. Ja-
cob K. Javits, of New York,
spoke at a luncheon Friday, Apr.
13.
The convention banquet Saturday
night. Apr. 14. featured an in-
I'ivhv. ol Justice Black by Prof
Kdmond Cahn. of New York Uni
versity. on The Role of a Judge
in Civil Liberties Cases."
The election of officers and the
adoption of resolutions in the area
of civil rights, civil liberties. Jew-
ish affairs and The safety and se-
curity of Jews abroad were on
the convention program Sunday,
Apr. 15.
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rrushin New
odce President
Sr" oinccrs at Bnai B'nth,
,iami BMk Lodge, are:
Theodore M. Trushin, president;
n.ll(l wemcr, president-elect;
rLph L. Goodman. Edward H.
,,'vm and Harry Altman. vice pres-
ents- Gerald Schwartz, recording
seretary; Irving Schatzman, fi-
racial secretary-
Hax Friedman, treasurer; "Ger-
' Miller, monitor; Melvin Rich-
,.,,.. assistant monitor; Noah
,.vv guardian; Beu Levwe, assist-
nt guardian; Abrahajn Swartz,
,arden; Ben Moskowitz, assistant
varden.
Board ol ciirectors include Jack
link. George Kronengold, Mich-
gossii Paul Seiderman, Will-
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UiHon Kahn and Samuel .Marcus
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la Ma] 8 at (i:30 p.m. Evening
uil include dinner, dancing and
tntertainaMDt.
In charge of reservations is Irv-
tag Schatzman, outgoing president.
New Club Will
Meet in HoMyw'd.
A new club, not yet named, for
single men and women, will hold
its Om party meeting at Holly-
woods Beth Sholem on Saturday
evening, Apr. 28.
A provisional executive commit-
tee is planning the social, as well
a< varied events to follow. Chair-
man is Mrs. Pearl Gable.
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commission which selected a vici-
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use by candidates taking state ex-
aminations in Rome have resigned
"after expressing their regret for
the deplorable incident," Luigi
Oui, the Italian Public Education
Minister, announced here.
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strong protest by the Union of
Italian Jewish Communities. The
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Volume 35
Friday. April 20, 1962
16 Nisan 5722
Number 16
Passover Today
We celebrate the exodus of an-
cient Jewry from Egyptian bond-
cge during the Passover holi-
days. For this reason, Passover
is called, among other things,
the "Festival of Freedom." It is
several thousand years ago that
"loses told Pharaoh to let his
people go and warned him
thai to oppress human beings is
to defy the Will of God.
There have been many Pass-
cvers since this hallowed time in
Jewish history a countless
number of them spent in exile
end virtual bondage.
Still, Jews from time immemo-
rial have celebrated the exodus
torn Egypt in the unrelenting be-
lief that the first great revolt
cgainst slavery holds an equally
great lesson for humankind.
This belief has not diminished
in fervor, nor has the celebration
ci Passover down to our own day
despite the murder of the Six
Million little more than a decade
ago. So intrepid is the faith in the
meaning of Passover, that the
Nazi slaughter, far from reducing
Jewish zeal, contrarily affirmed it
yet again, with untold numbers
of victims marching to their
deaths to the chant of "Ani Ma'amin."
Many Jews, during their Seder celebra-
tions this week, are including in the liturgy a
memorial prayer for the modern slaves of
Hitler Germany, who perished at the hands of
one of the latest Pharaohs.
The moral of Jewry's undaunted belief in
Passover as a symbol of human aspiration
toward freedom is that courage and often sac-
rifice are essential elements for the achieve
ments of this aspiration. Moses demonstrated
these attributes when he led the Jews out of
their bondage.
And so must every exodus today they
seem to continue unabated be marked by
them. Courage and sacrifice were the essential
factors of the emergence of the State of Israel
in our time, and they have been essential to
Israel's defense against her enemies ever
since.
No less today are ^courage and sacrifice
essential factors in the exodus to new lives of
oppressed Jews in Europe, North Africa, and
the Middle East Arab countries.
And so, too, must they be the essential
qualities of every effort in behalf of freedom
until freedom, unchallenged and eternal, is
humanity's ultimate heritage.
Prediction for Tomorrow
In our view of the Security Council censure
cf Israel in these columns last week, we de-
clared: "What counts is not the act itself .
What counts is the increasing degree of brazen
contempt for Israel which the Arab nations
will be able to sport as a result of the cen-
sure move."
Israel Ambassador to the United Nations,
Michael Comay, said as much several days
later when he warned an audience that the
UN must expect new provocations and newer
difficulties during the months ahead. For it is
a certainty beyond question that the Arab
leaders have been amboldened by the one-
sided censure resolution emerging out of the
Israel-Syria border incident last March.
Perhaps the greatest contribution to this
prediction of certain provocation was the Ad-
lai Stevenson statement prior to the adoption
of the resolution.
Many brave things were said by President
Kennedy about his plans for the Middle East
during his run for office back in 1960. So am-
bitious were his comments that even the most
recalcitrant elements in the U.S. State Depart-
ment pulled their horns in after his election to
await the shock of change in American foreign
policy for the Middle East.
Neither is there any doubt that the Arabs,
themselves, did some pulling in of horns in an-
ticipation of a possible New Look. But the
change never came, and the wait-and-see atti-
tude has now given way to a reemergence of
Arab hostility toward Israel.
The Stevenson statement, for its part, rep-
resented the reemergence and reiteration of
classic State Department attitudes toward Is-
rael since Palestine partition.
If Syrian provocation merely resulted in
American-supported censure of Israel, why
should the Arabs not try to be even bolder in
the future? It was this we meant in our pre-
diction here last week about increasing de-
grees of brazen contempt. It was this Ambassa-
dor Comay meant.

Vow Made Terrifying
One example of contempt is the comment
by Algerian provisional Vice Premier Ahmed
Ben Bella, who last week declared in Cairo
that the FLN, the former Algerian underground
rebel movement, is ready to send 100,000 of its
soldiers into battle to "liberate" Palestine.
There is little doubt that behind this com-
ment are strange variations on the "hate Is-
rael" theme, which do not generally apply to
the ongoing Israel-Arab dilemma.
For one thing, although there is little overt
proof, it would only seem reasonable that Al-
geria's Jewish community has given no little
support to the Secret Army Organization, which
wages a last-ditch and bloody stand for con-
tinuing French control. Hence, if for no other
reason, the relentless Algerian rebel hatred of
the Jews, who look upon Algerian Jewry as
French and European to the n'th degree.
But it is interesting, although not unex-
pected, that FLN leaders should consider anti-
Israel sentiments as the worst possible form of
retaliation; for it is perhaps a sad but never-
theless true fact that a stout part of the Alger-
ian Jewish community, when ultimately
pressed to extreme measures, will look to
France rather than to Israel as its next place
of residence.
Ben Bella's 100,000 soldier vow is certainly
in context, but it would hardly have been as
terrifying were the American role in last week's
UN censure of Israel less obviously lopsided.
(he week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
BLATO, in the "Republic-
during (he week srSS-T!
O they were going down t !
Peiraeus. ". concerning
justice," asks Cephalus, "what
is it?" Of course, he chal-
lenges Socrates, it is more than
"to speak the truth and to pay
your debts." It is many mor(
things than these, although
they are included among them
suggests the old Greek philosopher to his students in perhaps a hun'
dred different ways: ". justice is the excellence of the soul
and '*. the just soul will live well ." and "the just is happy
and "... injustice can never be more profitable than justice.'"
The variations of his view were infinite. So, too, have they been
infinite for a host of philosophers down through the ages. In "Good
and Evil," Martin Buber declares: "To the extent to which the soul
achieves unification, it becomes aware of direction, becomes aware
of itself as sent in quest of it. It comes into the service of good or
into service for good." Here, "good" is a dimension of that which
is just; and the implication further seems to be that justice he. aj
the root of the human spirit which, for its full-flowering, in turn de-
pends upon it.
One may go on and on. Sadly, In our own day, few of us consider
justice as a value except when and if we are personally involved in
litigation. Thus justice is reduced from the ideal to the cra>, with
justice here becoming an empirical test of the absolute rightnes- of an
action in terms of its universal applicability to all people in all direc.
tions.

THE BASIS OF CHOICE AMONG CANDIDATES
CUCH TESTS ARE patently naive because they have been
** tivcly applied where no reflection whatever takes plac
ing moral problem- or universal moral law. The reductio ad absurdum
is hence an image of justice much like Cephalus knew it i
be when he suggested to Socrates that more things are involved m
justice than "to speak the truth and to pay your debts."
The image, precisely, is a tragically debased one: Justice has
been achieved in a tourt of law if we have prevailed in term- (it the
verdictif the judge sees it our way. I do not here propose to oiter
alternative approaches to justice as a modern philosophical ideal; the
Martin Bi.bers among us can do infinitely better. I have merely prob-
ed the subject as h means of indicating that the popular understand-
ing of these values seems downright low if not distorted.
On what basi^, then, do we expect, as intelligent citizens, to
make a choice come May 8 with respect to the many candidates ot-
tering themselves for election to judgeshipswhether these be Jus-
tice of the Peace or to such august posts as Circuit Court bench' In-
deed, on what basis does the elector ever decide who shall get hi.- vote,
other than the one formed by crass associationby precisely those
things which should never establish a relationship between a judge
and the people: the fraternal tie of familiarity and the implied even
if never stated promise of future favor?
I here suggest that judges ought never achieve their positions by
popular election for principally this reasonif for no other. For not
only do mass electoral ignorance and the malevolent promise ol judi-
cial predisposition enter into a picture already far removed from
the philosophical ideals of justice, but candidates must play upon
these negatives, exploiting them in their campaign rounds.
* *
VIOLENCE TO THE IMAGE Of JUDICIAL KESERVE
WAS THINKING sadly in these terms the other day, thinking also
as I was of Judge Phillip Goldman, who is running for reelection
to the Circuit Courta post to which he was appointed by Gov. Collins.
I am an ordinary citizen without uncommon legal knowledge, and elec-
tions for judgeshipc have always made me exceptionally unhappy.
Too much, it seems, is at stake to toss a coin in the lonely sanctity of
a voting booth, or to recall the slap on the back a toothy and overly-
familiar candidate may have given me.
Judge Goldman, I said to myself, is no back-slapper. Neither is
he a sly campaigner in the popular sense of the term. Indeed. I see
the campaign process as a great burden upon his shoulders, which
somehow tends to debase the image I have of his judicial reserve
This, as a matter of fact, is the image I should like to hold ot all
men who sit on the bench. Must not the circus elements of a political
campaign do violence to it?
I said before that I have no uncommon legal knowledge. Then
what is it that moved me toward Judge Goldman? The answer is:
that which should move all men in their electoral decisions with re-
spect to judgeshipsthe assiduous gathering of information :. '-
properly instructed sources.
I would say that the healthiest part of the legal profession here
considers Judge Goldman in the highest terms of respect. This w<
in itself, be insufficient cause for aping them were it not also true
that a goodly number of members of the bar enthusiastically diS|
in his behalf will also sheepishly, if with secret admiration, CO
that Judge Goldman has in the recent past "tound" against them.
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I MUST BE impressed to discover that Florida Attorney Gen
Richard Ervin considers Judge Goldman "the brightest and best
addition to the bench that has occurred during my memory:" that,
as an Assistant Attorney General, immediately prior to his elevation
to the Circuit Court, the Florida Office of the Comptroller ecstatically
referred to his "devastating victory" in Knights Riviera Pharmacy \
Green, where Judge Goldman succeeded in upholding the comptroller s
procedures when taxpayers' records are inadequate; that, as early as
July, 1950, then State Attorney Glenn C. Mincer here congratulated
Judge Goldman's "resourcefulness, thoroughness and clear manner m
which he covered the legal points involved" in Kemp v. State of Flor-
ida; that, even earlier, in June, 1949, State Rep. Charles O. Andrews
expressed his appreciation to Judge Goldman, then a member ot the
Legislative Drafting Service at Tallahassee, for "the very fine work
you did in drafting the election laws which I sponsored at this session
of the Legislature."
One can go on and on, also citing from the some 1.000 opinions he
has written since his appointment to the Circuit Courtopinion* '" el
reversed in higher courts. These have included Florida v. Inter-Amer-
ican Center Authority, which validated Interama Bonds; Reed v.
Green, establishing the taxibility of prefabricated property; Gulf*
stream v. City of Hallandale, to protect Florida revenue; Saurez v.
Pan American World Airways and State of Florida, involving the
immunity of the State from tort liability; United States v. Louisiana
(original jurisdiction, U.S.S.CTidelands case), establishing Florida
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Finalize Boat
Night Plans
Final plans for the community-
,de celebration of Israel's 14th
, nniversary of independence, to be
held aboard the M.S. f.atypso JLiner
in May" 5, will be mapped at a
Sunday morning meeting in the
Miami Beach home of Mr. and Mrs.
.ack S. Popick.
Popick. president of the South
I or id a Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
; Jerusalem, sponsor of the sea-]
^ding salute, to Israel's birthday, Is I
chairman of the dinner-dance, j
Mrs, Samuel Simonhoff, president
. the Greater Miami Women's Di-;
liion of the American Friends, is'
chairman, and honorary chair-
tn are- Mr. and Mrs, Charles
harcowsky.
The Charcowsky family has do-
nated more than $300,000 to the
Hebrew. University, and the en-
trance to the university is nam-
ed Charcowsky Square in their
hor.ar.
Popick stressed "Ihat the dinner,
i will be a black tie function,
ill not be a cruise to Bimini.
We will depart the Miami docks
. 8 45 p.m. Saturday, and sail out
. bout 12 miles towards Palm Beach
>r the Keys, and return at 1 a.m.,
Sunday," lie explained.
There will be no speeches and
no Inrmal ceremonies," he added,
but Israel's historic declaration
i,i independence will be read."
_ There will be two dance bands
and special Calypso entertain-
ment aboard, according to Dan-
iel Dubbin, head of th Canaveral
International subsidiary which
operates the 190-foot motor ves-
sel.
The South Florida Division is
sponsoring the $500,000 Solar En-
v Research Center at Hebrew
I Diversity, and the Greater Miami
Women's Division is co-sponsoring
, $1,000,000 campaign to complete
. il equip the Jewish National and
l Diversity library, located on the
new Hebrew University campus in
ilit Jerusalem suburb of Givat
Bam.
Reservations may be made at the
brew University's new offices al
One Lincoln Road.
Speaks erf Convention
Fred Stone, field underwriter
with the Miami-Rafkind Agency,
among leaders in the countrywide
production standings of the Home
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York, has ranked first in sales tor
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Sogg, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schick.
Southwest Center Planning Dance
Southwest Jewish Center is spon- Featured entertainers will be
EOrfng a show and dance on Sun- Napoleon Reed, singer, and the
Amazing Maurice, with Al Liebert,
clay evening, Apr. 29, in the grand
of "Leave it to Liebert," acting as
ballroom of the new Westbrooke n,aster of ceremonies, and music
Country Club. 8500 SW 8th st. supplied by the "Coachmen."
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Labor Zionists
Pledge Twin
City's Support
Leon J. Ell. president of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of Great-
er Miami. Dr. Irving Lchrman.
chairman of the Foundation for
.](wish National Fund here, an-
nounce that the Labor Zionists of
Greater Miami will convene on be-
half of Kiryat Me Amie." new-
est project of the local JNF. on
Saturday evening, Apr. L'8, at the
Fontaincblcau hotel.
Ezra Finegold. chairman, said
that the following labor groups will
participate: Ben-Gurion Farhand,
Bialik Farband. Lebediker Far-
band. Ben-Zvi Farband. Chaim
Greenberg Poale Zion, and llistad-
rut.
All pioneer Women's groups, in-
cluding Beba Idelson. Golda Meir.
Kadimah. Elat, Tikvah. Coral
Gables. Pioneer Women Club 1 and
Pioneer 2, will also participate.
The function will Highlight
"Kiryat Me Ami," twin city of
Miami in Israel, which will bol-
ster and strengthen the security
of the frontiers of the State of
Israel.
"One of the first times in history
that a cijy in one country has un-
dertaken to build a twin city in an-
other country. 'Kiryat Me Ami' will
rise from desert terrain so that
thousands of new immigrants will
find a haven and a new life in
which they can live and work in
freedom and dignity.'' Ell declared.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
spiritual leader of the Israelite
Center, and president of Greater
Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Also appearing on the program
will be Michel Gibson, of the Yid-
dish Art Theatre. Cantor Mordecai
Yardeini, radio and recording artist,
Ok. tDWARD ANNIS
and Esther Barrett, concert pianist
who will be accompanist.
Chairman of the evening is Jos-
eph Zuckerman, president of Lebe-'
tiiker Farband. Serving with him
on the arrangements committee
are co-chairmen: Max Astor. Sam
Jackson. Solomon Parness. Dr.
Isaac Unterman and Dr. Simon Wil-
ensky,
Refreshments will be served.
Dr. Annis Will
Speak at Sinai
Dr. Edward R. Annis will speak
on "Meeting the Hospital Problems
of our Senior Citizens" at Mt.
Sinai Hospitals annual meeting to
be held Thursday, Apr. 26, 8 p.m.,
in Wolfson Auditorium.
The program also will Include
election and reelection of trustees
to tht* hospital's board. Judge
Emett C. Choate, United States Dis-
trict Judge for the Southern District
of Florida, will serve as insalling
officer.
Dr. Annis. recent chairman of
the citizens medical committee on
health for the State of Florida, is
a member of the national speakers
bureau of the American Medical
Assn., and is also editor-at-large
for "Medical Economics," a na-
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J. Gerald Lewis, president of Mt.
Sinai, stated that "the board of
trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital wel-
comes anyone who wishes to at-
tend the meeting." Reports will
be offered by Max Orovitz. chair-
man of the board, and Samuel Gert-
ner. executive director.
Friday
Beth Jacob Meeting
Morris B. Frank, president, will
cm,duct a general membership
meeting at Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion on Monday evening in the au-
ditorium of the synagogue.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's
Parliament backed Premier David
Ben-Gurion this week in a blunt re-;
lection of the United Nations Se-
curity Council resolution condemn-
ing Israel for its March raid on
Svrian gunposts in the Lake Tiber-
ias area. France abstained in the
Security- Council vote,
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The Israeli positon was supported
by many leading figures in the
Inited States and to some degree
by some key daily newspapers. The
prime Minister said the vote in the
Security Council was another ex-
ample of the double standard
which he said that UN organ has
consistently applied to disputes be-
tween Israel and the Arab coun-
tries.
The Knesset resolution of re-
jection called the Security Coun-
cil resolution a biased one, which
disregarded Syrian provocations
and "distortion of justice"
which was likely to encourage
aggression and endanger the
peace of the area. Even the left-
ist Maipam Party, which had ex-
pressed reservations about the
March 17 raid, joined in rejecting
the Security Council criticism.
The Prime Minister said flatly
that the resolution denied "the sov-
ereign equality of all member
states of the United Nations," and
that it endangered the basic aim
Appointed to Committee
Albert E. Berkeley, senior vice
president of the Miami National
Bank, has been appointed vice
chairman of the Florida State
Chamber of Commerce committee
on total employment Appointment
ter which the UN was established
He added that Israel could not and
would not yield its right of self-de-
fense or submit to "Syrian viola-
tions of sovereignty on Lake Tiber-
lab or to Syrian army attacks on
Israeli fishermen or patrol boats
or. the Lake." He noted the lake
we* entirely within IsraeJi terri-
tory. He also said that Israel would
not permit "any sabotage of its
v'Uil irrigation plans connected
with the Negev."
Official French sources indicated
in Paris that France had been un-
der severe Anglo-American pres-
sure to vote for the Security Coun-
,c:\ resolution but it abstained.
These sources said that because of
the pressure and the forthcoming
resumption of diplomatic ties with
Syria. France could not veto the
resolution.
Leading Congressmen reacted
slrongly in Washington. Leonard
Farbstein, New York Republican,
introduced a resolution calling on
Secretary of State Dean Rusk to
give the House of Representatives
full and complete information
w ith respect to the motivation and
underlying reasons" for United
States sponsorship of the Security
Council resolution. In a speech in-
troducing his resolution. Rep. Farb-
stein was sharply critical of the
Security Council vote and the role
of the United States delegation in
its passage.
Rep. Seymour Halpern, another
New York Republican, charged
that a new American policy had
emerged for the Middle East, in-
creasing war dangers there be-
cause it invited "renewed Arab
military transgressions against
Israel while warning Israel not
to fight back."
In a telegram to Rusk, Rep Hal-
pern asked that American diplomats
be alerted to impress on the Arab!
states that further a*acks on Israel'
would no be condoned. He said
he was concerned lest the Arabs
interpret the resolution as a green
iigbt for new attacks on Israel.
Rep. William Ryan, a New York1
! Democrat, also assailed the United
[States role in the censure action.
He said the only "tangible result"
of United States policy was "a reso-
j lution which is negative in ap-
I [.roach and w Inch does not in any
i way aid in the search for peace in
I that area."
In New York, a statement ex-
pressing "disappointment and con-
cern" over the resolution was
adopted at an emergency meeting
of the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions. Louis H. Weinstein, presi-
dent of the National Community
Relations Advisory Council, pre-
sided.
of liquidating Israel, and contin-
uous threats to the citizens ol
Israel and to Ks territorial integ-
rity."
The statement found "almost in-
comprehensible this failure to dis-
tinguish between acts of aggress-
ion and self-defense" "id s*' tn the resolution "may very well
encourage further acts of aggress-
ion by the Arab states instead of
promoting peace"
The statement urged the United
Nations to "use its power and pres-
tige and its positron of moral and
political leadership in the free
world to make it indisputably clear
that continued acts of Arab bellig-
erency will not be tolerated in the
community of nations."


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tion, "regrettably sponsored by our
government, failed to reflect the
facts of persistent Syrian provoca-
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In on the planning for next Sunday's Passover brunch to be
held by the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign strate-
gists are (left to rightl Sheldon Lelchuk, Lloyd Ruskin, Jerry
Lelchuk, and David Kornblum. Dan Ruskin, chairman of the
overall Miami Beach Residents Division, and Shepard Broad,
honorary chairman of the Bay Harbor division, will be on
hcnd at the brunch.
New Scroll Will Be Dedicated
Pepper Pledges Research Aid
Federal legislation authored by
Claude Pepper during his three
terms as a U.S Senator has brought
more than nine million dollars in
medical research and construction
into Dade county, a check of fed-
eral records by supporters of the
candidate for election as a U.S.
representative showed this week.
The breakdown includes some
5.9 million dollars in hospital build-
lug based on aid under the famous
Hill-Burton Act.
The Hill-Burton Act was created
in the Senate Committee on Health
and Education which Pepper head-
ed during World War II.
"In addition, Dade has receiv-
ed 118 grants for cancer research
totaling $2,116,000, and 89 grants
for heart research totaling SI,009,-
000," Pepper's supporters declar-
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two killer diseases."
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Sale of Oil Art To Aid Hospital
Chairman of the President's Dinner, Emil J. Gould (left), dis-
cusses plans for the Cedars of Lebanon testimonial with Rob-
ert Merritt, a member of the red carpet committee. The com-
munity event will feature a talk by Secretary Abraham Ribi-
coff.
Dinner Places Still Available
The sale of valuable oil paint-
ings will help to build a hospital
in Miami, aceoromg to a plan an-
nounced by E. Albert Pallot, local
atlorney and banker, who heads
the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital de-
velopment fund currently raising
funds to complete the upper three
floors.
An art sale is being held at the
Mirell Gallery in Coconut Grove
beginning last Sunday, and contin-
uing to the end of the month, with
a percentage of all proceeds going
to the hospital.
Gallery director Bob Draper
told Pallot he would "turn the
gallery over to Cedars for two
weeks," and place on sale valued
works from his personal collec-
tion. Top-priced paintings are
Coreggio's "Venus and Cupid"
and Veronese's "Triumph of
Wisdom Over Strength." The
Coreggio has been appraised at
$100,000.
Cedars officials opened the
benefit art show and sale with a
reception at the gallery on Sunday
at 1 p.m.

Some reservations are still avail-'
able for the Cedars of Lebanon
President's Dinner to he held Sat '
urday. Apr. 28. in the Napoleon
room Oi the Deauville hotel.
"We expect 800 or more to at
lend th..- community testimonial to
president Samuel T. Sapiro," re-
ported Emil J Gould, dinner chair-
man.
Guesl speaker will be Abraham
A. Ribicoff, IS. Secretary of health,
education, and welfare, who is com-
ing to Miami Beach with Mrs. Ribi-
coff especially to meet local civic
leaders and hospital officials.
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Algerian Vows Destruction of Israel
PARIS (JTA) Ahmed Ben
Bella, the Algerian provisional vice
Premier, declared in Cairo that
the FLN, the former Algerian un-
derground rebel movement, was
ready to send 100.000 of its soldiers
into battle for "the liberation of
Palestine."
Ben Bella, who was released
from a French prison last month
as part of the peace agreement
reached between the Algerian na-
tionalists and French at Evian.
made the statement to the Middle
East News Agency He said "the
Palestinian people" should be or-
ganized in a front of national lib-
eration similar to the one created
in Algeria.
Hall Blasts
Red Sympathizers
Charles "Chuck" Hall. Dade
County Commissioner and candi-
date for election to Congress from
the new 3rd District, this week
lashed out at elements "seeking to
undermine the American way of
life."
A veteran of combat in the South
Pacific theater of World War II,
and .active in veterans' affairs in
Florida ever since entering public
life. Hall feels that "Communism
is much too close to Florida lor
comfort, in the Cuban Red dictator-
ship
"But even more dangerous is the
pro-Russian propaganda campaign
v ithin our own borders." Hall add-
ed "This has been going on for
years, but at the present time is
reaching peak proportions."
"It is equally necessary," he
said, "that a Palestinian libera-
tion army should be formed to
serve as an avant garde for the
Arab liberation of Palestine. The
Arab revolution in Algeria, which
has learned the significance of I
fighting for the dignity of one
country and one people is ready
to engage 100,000 of its soldiers
in the battle for the liberation of i
Palestine." He added: "I would
like to tell my Arab brothers that
we in Algeria do not consider our
revolution to be over as long as
the liberation of Palestine is not
achieved. I will be happy if I
am given a chance to be one of
those Arab soldiers who will ef-
fectively participate in the lib-
eration of Palestine."
He then proceeded to discuss the
dangers" of Zionism with which
"we have met during our long years
of struggle. We had to suffer from
the acts of Zionism which have con-
spired with imperialists against
our people." He said that by Zion-
ists he meant not only the Zion-
ists in Israel but also those in
France and Algeria, adding that the
Zionists constituted one of the
"main forces which are now be-
hind the fascist OAS," the secret
European underground army in
Algeria.
The Ben Bella statement evoked
anxiety among both Jewish and
non-Jewish groups in France. The
1 French paper L'Aurore declared
that, according to the FLN leader, I
' the Algerians "have learned from
the revolutionary experience of
the United Arab Republic and it
' can only be hoped that the Alger-
ians will also learn from the ex-
perience of the Egyptians that
Israel is prepared to defend itself
and that it will not be easy to con-
quer the Jewish State."
French political sources sug-
gested that the Ben Bella state-
ment was a personal bid to re-
gain some of the limelight and
prestige he might have lost dur-
ing his detention. They called
his declaration that "of" an op-
position member" and not that
"of a vice-premier of the Algerian
provisional government."
These sources said that the FLN,
confronted with immediate and
major problems in the shift of Al-
geria to independence, would be
unable to give anything more than
verbal assistance to the Middle
; East Arab states. While it was be-
lieved that an independent Algeria
would join the Arab League even-
tually, the possibility of an FLN
combination with Egypt against
Israel was dismissed by all French
experts.

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Friday, April 20, 1962
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f Pioneer Hebrew Teacher Wil! be Honored
A dinner Sunday evening, Apr.
29, at the Lombardy hotel wil hon-
or a Miami Beach pioneer in He-
brew education.
The Hebrew Educators Alliance
here- will pay tribute to David
Freedman and Mrs. Freedm'an on
the occasion of his 25 years of ef-
fort on behalf of Hebrew and tradi-
tional Jewish instruction in Miami
Beach.
Freedman is currently a member
of the faculty of the Hebrew High
School of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Rabbi Simon Aiulai, of the He-
brew Academy and Hebrew High
School staffs, president of the Al-
liance, announced that the Apr.
29 tribute will feature a "This
is Your Life" program in Freed-
man's honor. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-EI, will be principal
speaker.
Representatives of major cultur-
al, social, educational and Israel-
oriented organizations in Greater
Miami will attend the event.
Freedman's wife, Chaya, is a re-
nowned poetess in her own right,
whose works have been published
in the major Hebrew literary jour-1
als and recognized by the revered
poet, Chaim Nachaman Bialik. She
is the sister of Prof. Jekutiel Gins-
berg, professor of mathematics at
Yeshiva University, and the noted
Jewish writers, Simon and Pesach;
Ginsberg.
The couple were married in New
York, and came to Miami Beach;
from Chicago in 1936. The 61-year-;
old Hebrew teacher was born in
Russia and arrived in the United
Slates by a circuitous route that
first took him from Poland to Can-
It was through Freedman's ef-
forts thai the Bureau of Jewish.
Education originally recognized the
Association, thus giving it official
professional status for congrega-
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Freedman attended Crane Col-
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and Yeshiva University. He was
the first Hebrew teacher on
Miami Beach. *
Since his arrival here, he became
founder and president for nine
years of Moadon, a Hebrew-speak-
ing organization, of which he serves
as honoray president today. He
has also served as vice president
of the Poale Zion of Greater Miami,
president and vice president of
Bialik Branch of Farband, and was
founder and president of trie He-
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Friday, April 20. 1962
Students to Get Professional Aid
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross presents a set of encyclopedias to
two Mesivta Senior High School students who earned straight
A's in both religious and general studies. Each student is re-
quired to take ten subjects comprising the two departments.
Shown are Stuait Werner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss-
men, 1843 SW Sth st.; Shlomo Caplan, son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Jonah Caplan, 410 31st st.; and Rabbi Gross, principal. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan is executive director of the Hebrew Academy.
Beth Shirah
Advisors Meet
Advisory council of Temple Beth
Shirah will be host at a member-
ship get-together and social even-
ing on Saturday, May 5. at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. William Baros.
32785 SW 64th ct. Refreshments
jnd dancing are being planned.
Members of the council are Mr.
Baros, Henry HanuTsmith. Dr.
Howard E. Lessner, Leo Martin,
David Schaecter, Lee Aerenson,
Harry Burak. Leon Roth, Mrs. Mir-
iam Somberg, Lou Greene, Milton
Baynor and Dr. David Markenson.
Leading representatives of var-
ious professions and businesses will
launch Beth David Congregation's
new Business and Professional Ad-
visory Council on Sunday, 10 a.m.,
in the social hall.
High school juniors and seniors
?nd college students concerned
about career choices, are invited.
The principals of Miami, Coral
Gables and Southwest High schools
are extending invitations for Beth
David to all interested students.
Also invited are Phillip Sehiff,
attorney, president of Beth David;
Dr. Herman Meyer, professor of
mathematics at the University of
Miami; Bernard Tytell, certified
public, accountant and former In-
ternal Revenue Agent; Dr. Leo
Braverman, physician; Max Jac-
obscn, manufacturer; and Bern-
ard Wellkind, Dade county school
tc-acher.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and
I
Nat Pollack, spiritual leader and !
executive director of Beth David, |
will open the meeting with an out- i
lined description of the aims of
the advisory council. Panel mem-
bers will then explain the essential
facts surrounding their respective
fields and answer questions.
Final phase of the program will
be devoted to individual workshops.
Rabbi Jafie to Speak
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El. an affil-
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FROM THE TALMUD
34. BUSINESS AFFAIRS
t Shemat Rabbah, 6, 2.
When a Sage engages in many 1
IblUfyeM undertakings, they inter- I
1 fere with his wisdom.
^Pesachim, 29.
That which causes money to I
I :omt, is similar to money.
I Tanhnma Shelah, 6.
It is the custom of merchants to j
Uspla? their worst-'meYcltandise I
| first.
? *
| y. FAIR 6? UNFAIR METHODS I
IN BUSINESS
Baba Mctzia. 4. 1I. Michnah.
Rabbi /uiluli ben Ilai declared I
I :hat a shopkeeper should not jjii'r ;
I o children-customers su'eetmeals 10 I
I litroci their patronage. The other
Rabbis permitted this, since the :
I merchant does not pret'ent his g
I ompelitor from doing likewise. He
{also declared that a shopkeeper |
ihould not cut prices.
lecliired: The public
grateful remembrance.
<-nl< high prices on food-stuffs.
md will also U'orl; aaamst the prat-
:k' : holding goods bac\ Jor a
Th
others
owes him
since this
assover
jf"inal oCJoys of jr*
Let Us Devote Ourselves
To the Ideals of the Holiday
t^jcain J ptcsdavj Clsve
higher market.
*
E Zohar. i. 5 5b.
The blessing of the Lord is found ^
nilv u here there is a hjppy com- !
.0.1 of man an.l woman,
- iHI
Final days of Passover will be marked beginning with services
Wednesday. Services continue through Thursday morning, which in-
clude the traditional Yizkor Memorial for the departed. Special Pass-
over services are also scheduled Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Liberal and Reform congregations will observe the conclusion of Pass-
ovr at only one service on Wednesday.
Sermon: W}uf.
DR. IRVING ItHRMAN
. children of freedom
>on\'raation
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Tempi* Emanu-EI
Passover is the most glorious fes
tival in the Jewish calendar, for
ven though it speaks of an event
that took place some thirty-five
hundred years ago, its message
has been a clarion call of faith and
hope for every generation through
the agesfor our people and for
the entire world.
But the message of Passover,
this joyous holiday of freedom, has
even greater significance because
of its alternate name. "Chag Ha-
Aviv," the festival of spring. As
a matter of fact, our lunar calendar
i provides one extra month seven
j limes in nineteen yearswe call it
' leap yearin order to assure the
fact that the Passover season will
coincide with the arrival ot spring.
And there is a reason for tiffs, for
I spring is the time tor planting and
sowing.
What our tradition wants to teach
us is that freedom is a blessing
which doesn't come easily. It isn't acquired as one plucks a wild flow-
er growing uncared for and unguarded in field and meadow. Freedom
can only be attained as the ultimate by-product of constant and inten-
sive sowing and planting.
How true are the words of the psalmist'Only they who sow in
tears, reap in joy!" There are no short cuts in the struggle for free-
dom. Whether it is the freedom lor which we are fighting in our battle
against Communism and exploitation in all parts of the world, whether
it is the freedom wo are defending against bigots, rabble-rousers, ex-
tremists, and all nefarious forces within the borders of our own coun-
try, whether we are battling for the safety and security of Israel as
the hope of our people the world overin all these areas we must heed
the double message of Passover by working diligently, unceasingly, and
untiringly for the victory in sight.
Spring spells tilling and toilingplanting and sowing. It also speaks
of birth and hope. Passover beckons us not to despair, and not to
give up, and never to surrender. The harvest may not be realized
today, or tomorrow, or even the day after. For forty long and difficult
years, Moses and the children of Israel wandered in the desert, before
reaching the promised land. What is imperative is that we remember
to labor with determination, with will, and with optimism for all the
ideals and principles which we cherish. We must never take our free-
dom for granted. We must never surrender to lassitude or indifference.
We must let our voices be heard.
It is only if we devote ourselves earnestly and sincerely to the
challenging principles underlying this great festival of Freedom, that
we may hope to see the day when the opening words of the Hagaddah
will be fulfilled for ?.ll God's children on the face of the earth: "This
year we are slaves. Next year, we shall be children of freedom!"
AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi 1taac ever.
Friday 6:30 p.m. .Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon": "Freedom of Conscience.-'
Tuesday G:::o p.m. seventh day of
Passover will be ushered In. Wednes-
day 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Israel's
Deathless Motto." 6:30 p.m. Eighth
dav of Paxaover. Thuraday 8:30 am.
Yizkor Memorial service 10:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Epilogue of Passuvcr.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro-
Cantor William W. Linson.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday !" a.m.
Bat Mitzvah: Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Pasoff. Tuesday evening 6:l.i
p.m. \Yedncsdn> '.' H.m. and 6:4.. p.m.
Thursday 9 u.m. Yizkor service 10:30
a.m.

BETH EL. 500 Sw win ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the week." Yiz-
kor Memorial service Thuraday u a.m.
---- ----
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.
Saturday '.' a.m. Wednesnaj and
Thursda j 8:45 >'" Viakor Memorial
~i i vli Thursday lo a.m.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabhi H. Louis Rottman.
Fiidaj 6 10 p.m. Saturday services 0
:, in and 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, sev-
enth dav of Passover, :* a.m. Sermon:
'Towards .i New Person Freedom.
Evening servlo a 6 30 p.m. Thursday,
eighth das of Passover, morning ser-
vices 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Memories
oi yesterdayOulde Posts for Tomor-
row." JTIakor 10:80 a.m. Evening; eer-
. i, i 8:30 p.m.
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-nna nip -id1? tw n&^
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JTfl "13*DX liy'i* pT3 7N"1^ there is a difference in pronuncia-
tT.. T : il-u-Ji.u tion between the Ashkenazic (Ger-
CWIFID mmpan 7D7 niM? man Influenced) and the Polish-
a.m. Yizkor services.
I Moved Live."

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurico
Klein. _
Frirlay 6 p.m. Pa*over,.!;r,'vl5,e,- Zjll
dav 6 p.m. Sermon: t an We fass
over?" Thursday 10 a.m. Memorial
services. -
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "I- Paaaovjr
Meaningful TodayT" Wednesday :i
a.m. Yizki.r Memorial service.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the Yiddish expression for
"butter" pronounced "Pooter"
by the Lithuanians Jews while
it is pronounced "Pitter" by
the Polish and Ukranian Jews?
CANDUUGHTING Tim
16 Niscm 6:32 p.m.
.np/nyn t?|
TRANSLATION -
The Wailing Wall Exhibition
In Jerusalem a unique exhibition
is being held dedicated to the paint-
ings of the Wailing Wall and the
old city of Jerusalem by the Jeru-
salem artist Mr. Joseph Manovla.
In this Exhibition, which is attract-
ing thousands of visitors, a new!
technique in the art of painting has j
been revealed to the wider public
This technique, which is the fruit |
I'kranian pronunciation of the
"Shuruk" and "Kibbutz" vowels in
Hebrew. Many have simply brush-
ed away this problem, by stating
that the Polish and Ukranian Jews
are wrong Simchah Pinsker, a
Haskalab grammarian of the Nine-
teenth Century, offers a very in-
teresting explanation. He state's
that there was really no pure "oo"
sound in the Hebrew pronunciation
of a blend of both "oo" and "ee."
The Babylonian Jews transmitted
an "oo" sound via the Jews of
Africa, through the Spanish Jews
and later to German Jews and then
Of the artf V^nLnne 'and! pronunciation of this vowel through
bination of etching, painting, ana ,____t ,fc
sculpture. It gives the spectator
tain words in the Hebrew Bible
text?
Ten such places in the Bible are
mentioned in the Talmud (Kabot of I
It. Nathan, 34'. It is explained
that Ezra, the great Scribe, conjec-
tured that these were doubtful let-
ters and that if Elijah the Prophe
(who would some day resolve all
doubts) would criticize Him, he,
could point to the dots as his indi-
cation that there was a doubt and |
could then make the correction. If
Elijah said they were correct, tire|
, dots could then be removed. Ap-
and Ukranion Jews reclived their | Pa-nlly the_dots were p.ace^there I
the possibility of feeling in the
painting, length, breadth and depth,
something that cannot be sensed in
en ordinary painting. The artist
succeeded in executing these crea-
tions on the basis of hundreds of!
sketches which he has made even |
before the emergence of the State
of Isral, at a time when it was
still possible to gain access to all
the holy places in the old city.
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
the Caucasian settlement of the,
Khazars. from the Palestinian
Jews. Some have claimed that
East European Jewry stems from j
the medieval state of the Khazars!
i whose original immigrants came
from Hellenistic countries. It is
under the influence of Greek, that I
the "u" is a phonetic blend of "oo" \
and "ee." This influence was not'
felt in the Western-European pro-
nunciation, among the Jews.

Why are there special dots over cer-
to indicate variations in reading or
in spelling. Furthermore these
doubtful or variable circumstances
lend themselves to homiletic and
Midrashic interpretations.

Why is It that if the seven-day
mourning period has not as
yet commenced before the festi-
val it is observed after the
festival?
Once the seven day mourning
period has commenced it cannot
be broken up. hence t h e Shivah
which has begun is canceled.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern
Cantor Maurice Msmth'i
Saturday B:J0 a.m. Rabbi Stem's son-
in-law, Stephen Kevelson. rabbinical
student will occupy the pulpit. He
will speak "ii "The Spring of Religion.
Thuraday Yizkor services 10:30 a.m.
Special Yizkor services for visitors
wltl be held at 11:30 a.m. In the Whit-
man Hall Chapel.

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sanero. president.
Frldav 6:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Yi/.knr Memorial service Thursday
10:30 a.m. Habbi Murray Alstat will
officiate.

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rachnvskv
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Spring
Festival." Ylaftor Memorial services
Thurday 9 a.m.

BETH TORAH. 104tn ft. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
FYldav 8:30 p.m. Special Torah Dedi-
cation. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Mincha 6
p.m. Sunilav, Monday and Tuesday-
Choi Hamoed services 7 a.m. and 6
p.m. Wednesday 8:15 a.m. Sermon:
10:30 a.m. Mincha 6 p.m. Thursday
Last Dav of Passover 8:45 a.m. Yiz-
kor service and sermon 10:30 a.m.

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strass'eld.
Frldav 6:30 p.m. First day Choi Ham-
oed ushered In. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Services and sermon. Kvening ser-
vices 7 p.m. Tuesday 6:30 p.m. Sev-
enth Dav .if Passover ushered in. Wed-
n.sdav 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Thurs-
daj s:J0 a m. Sermon followed by
Ytlkor at 10:30 a.m. Evening services
6:30 p.m.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday 6:80 p.m. Sermon: "llome-for
the Holiday and Holiday for the
Home." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
sons; of Honga." Bar Mltivah: Mark,
Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy sunk.
Thursda) Yizkor services 9 a.m.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mendel.
No late service BYlday. Saturday
morning servlcea *<* a.m. Tues-
day, eve of Paaaover 8:80 p.m.
Wednesday, seventh day of Passover,
morning service 10 a.m. Evening
8:30 p m Thoraday, eighth day ol
Passover, morning aervlce B:S0 a.m
Yizkor at i" a.m. Evening service
6:::" p.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander,
president. Cantor Georoe Goldhrrn
Baturday '.' a.m. Tuesday aervloes 8 la
p in. Wednesday 8 a m, and 8:15 p.nv
Thursda] Srickor : a.m.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Baturdaj I a.m. Tuesday Sundown
services, Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Sermon:
Approaching the ''lose of Paaaover.'
Wednesday sundown. Thuraday 1:10
., in Sermon: "we Musi Remember.
Tlskor 10:30 a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Tuesda) evenine service 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Seventh day
Passover. Thursday s::in a.m. Blghth
,l..\ Paaaover. Yizkor service 10 a.m.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
i'i u t:K p.m. Baturday 8:48 a.m.
Sermon: "We Are suspended Tues-
daj .it sunset concluding days of Paaa-
over iii be ushered In wedneadaj
and Thuraday 8:45 a.m. Thursday 10
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform.
.-;,,. in Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How Free
vi, You."' Saturday 10:45 a.m. Ber-
,: -Portion oi the Week.' Bar
Mltcvah: John, son oi Mr. ajui M
Sheldon Berlow. JTlikor gervl
i |i ,: -,|.,\ 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunllana
Hall 11^39 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a t. i I Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Cottlieb.
Friday B:15 p.m. Sermon: Wnj
Fifth cup on Paaaovei ,, Baturday
10:30 a.m! Serro in: "The Haggadah
Thursday 10:80 a.m. Closing flays
Passover services, Ylakoi eeryli
s, i,no,,: "Never to be Forgotten.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Ner lamld Awa. l
Presentations! Katurdaj 8 a.m. Thura-
day vizkoi :i a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SKO',OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. ,,h
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "My Jewish
Affirmation.* Saturday 10:45 a.m. BM
Mitzvah: Jeffrey Bruce, son ol M..
ana Mrs. Edmund Brant Tuesday
n 15 p.m. Wednesday Yizkor Mot-
oiial service 10:45 a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Wsrnick. .._ -
FrMay 8:15 p.m. Sermon: R^m*m,nif'
the t>ay." Guest speaker. Arnoi*
Pakula. Saturday Youth service. 9:1V
a.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Third beder and!
program. Thursday Yizkor services 8
a.m.
e
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Tuesday 6:30 p.m. V> ednesday and,
Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor Memona 1 aer-
vlce for members Thursday 10:30 a.m.
Yizkor service for non-members \--i p.m. Junior Congregation servlcea
Wednesday and Thursday 10:30 a.m.
and 12 noon.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Passover
and Kaster-Thelr Similarities Differ-
ences and Conflicts." Wednesday.
Yizkor Memorial service 11 a.m.
.
TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Frldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: Freedom
,,, serviceThe Kss.-nc- ..r Paaaover
Oneg Snabbat host: sisterhood. Yiz-
koi services Thursday it a.m.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitr. Cantor Edward Klein.
Saturday 9 a.m. Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday 8:45 a.m. and 8:80 p.m.
Thursday 8:46 a.m. Memorial -ser-
i i. e 1" 10 a in.
e
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg
Saturday 8:15 a.m. Wednesday 8:4^
,i m. Sermon: "The Crossing of tin
i:,.,i seaThe wills thai Separata
Is." Thursday Yizkor Memo, l.il s.-r-
vice 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Correctly,
Memorializing the I '.ad."

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Penno M. Walla-h.
Friday IB p.m. Tlakor Memorial ser
vices Wednesday 10 a.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
FVIday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "Slavery ann
Enslavement Confronting Free, S0
clettea." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
"Portion of the Law." Yizkor seivua
Thursday '.' a.m.
e
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "who wag
the Oreateet Prophetf" Bervteea and,
Oneg Bhabbat In honor of homecom-
ing students. Yizkor Memorial ser-
I buraday B a.m,

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neil.
Friday *:80 p.m, Bermon: "Paaaover-"
The Symbol "f Freedom." Baturday
8 a.in. Tueaday :'" p.m. Wedneaday
d ncluding da] of Paaaover 8 a m. and
6:30 p.m. Thuraday '.' a.m. Yizkor ser-
vice 10:30 a.in
YOUNG ISRAEL.
Orthodox. Rabbi
990 NE 171 St.
Sherwin Stauber.


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fJeH-isfi k>ridlii3,r
Friday, April 20, 1962
Canada's Chief Assails Red Bigotry
MONTREAL (JTA) Prime
Minister John Dicfcnbaker assail-
ed this week "trie continued har-
assment and appression of reli-
gious institutions"" in the Soviet
Union. "Why should a powerful
nation stoop to deprive its citizens
of thair religion? he asked "What
justification can there b.eto.de-
piive Jews of matzohs for Pass-
over?"'
The Prime Minister made his re-
marks at a banquet at which he
was presented with the Canadian,
Histadrut Award. Messages hon-
oring the Prime Minister were read '
from Prime Minister "David Ben-j
Gurion of Israel and Mrs. Golda j
Meir. Israels Foreign Minister. .
The Canadian Prime Minister
spoke of the close ties of friend-
ship between Canada and Israel
and remarked that "as Israel
Ambassador Heriog will confirm
Canada and Israel have worked
closely at the United Nations in
the cause of world peace."
Discussing the announcement of
imposition of death penalties on
Soviet citizens for conviction ot
economic crimes, the Canadian
Prime Minister said that "specula-
tion and corruption are apparently
80 rite in some parts of the Sov-
iet society that the authorities can
find no solution but the death pen-
alty for citizens for these of-
fenses."
DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
as one of the few successful states
in this litigation.
Can the profound implication of
these be told in the candidates
>lap of any shoulden-especially
when Judge Goldman, far more
judge than campaigner, speaks
for the law mainly from the
bench? How then shall he pre-
vail? Only if an electorate who
are heirs to his brand of justice
see justice as an aspect of the
dignitv and legal understanding
with which Judge Goldman cloaks
itnot as a campaigner's bag of
tricks.
In his "Judgment of the Jude-
es,,> a study of Psalm 82, Prof.
Buber declares: "The Psalm-
ist's concern is not with heaven
but with the earth, the earth of
man. and within this human world
with the weak, the afflicted, the
wretched and needy and the
concern is that these receive jus-
tice in the face of the wicked."
For, suggests Prof. Buber: "God
judges the 'gods,' because in their
function as judges they do not
let the weak of the earth receive
justice." .
As I see it. few are the judges
among us elevated above Buber's
"gods" to the stately post of wise
men of justice. The political cam-
paign inherent in our elective
process discourages such men
from the run Judge Goldman is,
however, one. a man of Justice
beyond doubt, to whom the word
is an ideal and the ideal a daily
application of moral law. This
was. indeed, the justice of So-
crates
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LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAPE CpUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 95547-B
IN RB: Estate Qf.
LOTJTp A SAMUELS,
I > evicsed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All lYraon* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against stilil
Estate:
Tqu are lurehy nidified and requir-
ed to present an; (-lalins and de-
mands which you may have against
Ihe .slate of l.OUIs A, s'AMl'El.s
d..eased late 6f Hade "County. Klor-
ida, to the County .Indies "f Tade
County, and file tpe same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida statutes, in their offices In
Ihe County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the Tim
publication hereof, or Ihe same will
be Hatred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
day of March. A.D. 162.
ROSALIND W SAMUELS
As Exeeiitrlx
ABE SCHONFBI.D
Attorney for Executrix
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3/30, 4/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. ens
business undir the fictitious nami of
IHO-COI.OR ASSCHMATKX; Dl'O-
COLOR PRINTERS. IVANHOE
PRINTERS A IJTHoilHAPIlERs at
691 N.B. 125th Street, North Miami
int. lids to register said names with
tin Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of bade
County, Florida.
IVAN M. KOENICSBERG
Sole Owner
HENRY A. KAMK Attorney
1224 Washington Avf.
.Miami Beach, Ha..IE 1-SS51
:: '.". I 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VKN that
the undersigned, desirinu to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A-CHEM LAB at 1180 Palm Avenue.
Hialeah, Fla.. intend to reglBtei ^.ii.i
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I >.ule County, Florida,
CHARI.ICS FA1MAN
INEZ FAIMAN
:t 10, -l '6-18-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55594-A
IN RB: Estate of
OTTO A. PASSI.nlE.
i.. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims in Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed in present any claims and de-
mands which you maj have against
the estate of OTTO A. PA8SLOFF
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to tin County Judges of Made
O inty, and rile the same iii dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 788.16,
Florida Statutes. Iii their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
b< barred.
Mated at Miami. Florida, tins 23rd
da} of March. A.M. \*2
Mill.I.IK S PA8SLOFF
As Executrix
ARONOVITZ, SILVER BCHER
Attorneys for Executrix
"7 Alnsley Building
Miami 32, Florida
3 :tft. 1/6-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55561-A
IN RE: Estate of
niKi IDORE ROKANTONAKI
I >eceaseil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'i'" All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
Inn '''aims in Demands Against s'.iid
i ite: .
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which Mm may have againsl
Ihe .-.tni.' i.i THEOIHIRE KOKAN-
TONAK1 deceased lat.- of Mule Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges o<
i 'ounty, and i thi same in
L pri \ Ided in Sect int.
Fli vi a 'tal His. iii their of-
fourthi .
i '...i, i '.,111.1 -, Florida, w llhin six enl-
ndar Ime of the
>ii nl publii illon lo i' of, or tl......
w ill he bnrri Hat. .| Mi: nil, Flm I la, this 23rd
daj of March, \ M 11162
MARY ROSANTONAKI (1ALANO
As Executrix
HEi iR< IE Nit "HOI. VH
Ulornej i: nrjx
\ W. Tth St.
10, I 8-13-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 3311
Muni i riiv MAY TURNER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT WILSON TURNER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'I'd: ROBERT WILSON TURNER
, o National I'nMishing Co.
Washington, D.C.
You, ROHKRT WILSON TFRNEIt.
an- hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing lo the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff* attorney, chari.es m
KELLY, 1686 B. 4th Ave., Rlaleah,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Cleft
of tin- Circuit court on or Before the
:ilh day of April, 19G2. If >ou fail to
do mi. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in ihe Hill of Complaint.
Tin. nollce shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TUB JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 27th day of March A M
1862
B 1! LBATKBRHAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Count v. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. IVY MAN,
rDmau
BY HENRY LEONARD
"By the way, Rabbi Arensohn, next week our
church will celebrate its Bar-Mitzvah year at this
location!"
Copr. 1962, Ooyenu Fioductloni
j
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55338
IN RE: Estate of
ANTOINETTE K. JACOBS
I ii-i as.-d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present anj claims and de-
mands which you nci\ have against
the estate of ANTOINETTE K. IA-
i a IBS .I.. nsed 'ate ot Made County,
Florida, to t he Counts Judges of Mad.
County, and id. tin- same in their of-
fices ;n iia- Count) Courthouse in
i lade Count). l- lorida, within -i\ sl-
ender months rrom the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
ill be on 11 ii
NAN Ii. ROCKWELL, Executrix
of the Estate ot Antoliu tie K. Jacobs,
I leceased.
A I.I- RED KKKISLER, Attorney
.am Ainsley Bids',
Miami :rj. Florida
J. i'.-i:'.-:'o-l"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREM1 OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en rage
in husincss under the fictitious name
of BBRMAICA at number in:: NG
Miami PI., In the City of Miami, Flor-
ida intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the- Circuit Cour*
of Dade Countv, Florida.
AL GOTTLIEB, IN'"'.
By: Al Gottlieb, Pres.
TaHanoff. Waller and Litman
120 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach
1/6-13-20-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to cngai;.- in
business under the fictitious name of
POLA APARTMENTS at 1600 Penn-
sylvanls Avenue, Miami Reach. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk Of th.- circuit Court of Made
County, Florida.
A RON SNIAD
I'ill.A SNIAD
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Atiotneys for
Aroll Sniad .V Tola Sniail
:'. :". I '6-18-20
Deputy Clerk
3/30, 4/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY MVK.N thai
the undersigned, desiring to n .
business under the fictitious name "'
1'REED.MAN'S CLEANERS at 2982
i -.ii \v.i>, Ml mil, i- i"i iiia Intend to
! I -I. ; -alii I'm With I In' I 'lei k of
ihe circuit Court of [lade County,
Florida
IIEN.IAMIN HECK
THOMAS .1 KRANI lYS
\i:n\i IVITZ, SILVER .v SCHRR
Atii.riii \ fie Applicants
..... VIllH Hill ding
Miami .::. hill
8/80, 1/6-18-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
bLLVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF riORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. -IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 3098
JOSEPH c. KTOKBS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANN i STOKES,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANN .1. STOKES
I'r.T Lakevtew Ave.
Cambridge, Mass.
You, are hereby noticed that a r.ui
of Coiii|ilaitit for Miw...... has been
til* 1 against you, and you are re-
quired t.. Berve a copy of your An-
swer "i Pleading to the mil o. Cssn-
plaiut on the Plaintiff's attorney,
NORMAN S. I'ALI.oT, '.",06 Ingraham
IHdi; Miami, 11a and file the orig-
ins.! Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
..r before the SOth day of April, (161
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault win in- taken againsl you for
h. i. lief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice --hall he nuhlished once
each w.-ek for four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Mori,la, this 82nd day of Mai eh, AD.
1*62.
E i: LB vi'lll-'BM \N. clerk,
Circuit C.....i. 11 "i, County, Florida
(seal) By: K M I.V.MAN,
Deputy c
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C-8312 (Gordon)
MM IWEST Ml IRTGAGE Ct IMPANT,
r Missouri Corporation, authorised to
do business In the State of Florida,
plaintiff,
vs.
WALTER RIREGARD IK H.l.i iW'AY,
et ns.
I i.fendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl MINNIE LEE HOLLOWAY
Residence 1'nknown
vm ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has I,,., n brought ag.,i.ist Mm
bj MIDWEST MORTGAGE COM-
PANY, in ih. above-entitled Court, t..
.e-. .-I. *,- ;l molt. ,. encumbering Ihe
following described properly, to-wit:
Lot ... HlocK 21, SECOND ADDI-
TION TO RICHMOND HEIGHTS
ESTATES, according to the plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Hook x,
at page li, of the public records ol
I lade County, Florida:
ami you are required to file your an-
swer with the clerk of the Circuit
Conn ot Dade County, Florida, at the
j Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or
ii. fore Ma) 8, 1862, and to s. rv< a
copy of such answer upon DAVID P.
CATSMAN, Plaintiff'8 attorney, whose
address Is nth Flooi at mi Bast
Flagler Street, Miami :::'. Florida, on
or before said date, as required b)
the laws of Florida, If you fall to do
so. the complain! will be taken as
confessed h\ you and a Decree I'm
Confesso "ill he entered against you
for th. relief demanded in the com-
plaint.
DATED this 80th day of March. 1962.
B, U LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(Seal) B) K M I.Y.MAN
I lepnl v Clerk
DAVID P. CATKMAN
I tth Floor at 101 B, Flagler St.
Miami '.',2. Floi ida
I 6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 3507
SAM IK I, KRA VET!!,
Pis Intlff,
V H
MINNA KRAV'ETZa k a MINNA
\> ITT,
Del
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i: MINNA K RAVETZ
a I. i MINN \ WITT
I- o Vdmlral Motel
lam Street
11 i nnis, Massachusetts
You, MINNA KRAVETZ i
MINNA WITT are hereby .....I fled
that a Dill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed againsl you, an.I you
ire required lo serve......p\ of your
Answer or Pleading to the Dill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
DERMER, ROSEN A MOFKKY, 120
Lincoln [toad, Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the clerk of the
Circuit court on or before the 7th day
.a May, I92. if you fail to do -".
Judgment by default will be taken
againsl you for the relief demanded
in the Bill !' i'oinplaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week f.-r tour consecutive weeks
in TDK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND oRDKRED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd 'lav of April. AD.
1868.
a I:. LBXTHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. 1-lorida
seali By: SNEEDEN
I hpiity i 'lerk
DERMER. ROSEN ,v Mol'SKV
120 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, 1'la
By; Jam. a s Mofsky
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KIN FAIR RESTAURANT nt 1625
,!Mh Street Causeway, North Bay
Village, Ha. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
DAVID KLEJMAN, INC
a l-'la Corp.
David Kleiman. President
Erie.la Kleiman, Secretary
ARONO\ ITZ. SILVER .V SCHER
Attorneys for Ap\ licant
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICAiH.ii.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O* THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 3530
Wll.l.ii: B. SCI ITT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CASSIE MAY.St :t ITT,
I i.l. i dalll.
SUIT FOR DiVORCE
Tl \SSII-; MAY SCOTT
iaddiess unknown)
You. CA.SSIE MAY SCOTT ait
hereb) notified that n Bill oi Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required t'
s. v a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing lo Ihe Hill ,,f Complaint on lh<
Plaintiff's attorney, Herbert li. Wll-
ensky, 500 Alnsley Building, Miami :vi,
Florida, and lilt- the original Answer
or Pleading in th.- office of the Clerk
..f the circuit Court on or before Ihe
Till da) of May. 1862. If you fail t.
.I" go, Judgment by default will he
taken againsl yon for the relief de-
manded in ihe Hill ,,f Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLOR1DIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
I lorida, this 2nd day of April, AD.
1862.
E. i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i'in ult i'..uit, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By; K. M. Li'MAN
I icputv Clerk
HERBERT B. Wll.ENSKY
Attorney for Plaintiff, KU 3-7368
I 8-18-20-27
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA.
IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 3920
TEDDY Eox.
Plaintiff,
vs.
VIRGINIA FOX,
Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, VIRGINIA FOX, 1362 Easl Ith
Street, Brooklyn, New York, are noti-
fied to sel-VI a copy of your all-u.i
t" Divorce Complaint filed againsl
you on plaintiffs attorney GEORUE
NICHOLAS, l-'lx N\V 7th St., Miami.
Ma., and file orlglnnl with Clerk of
ii i- Cain ..a or before 16th day ot
May, A l' 1862, utherw i-.....inplainl
" ill I., confessed by you.
DATED, April II. 1962
!: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
B) N. A HEVVKTT, D.I .
I 13-20-27, : i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
business under the fictitious name of
MY SISTERS CITIES SERVICE al
1516 Main Hlghwny, Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Cerk of th,. circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
MICHAEL KLOEPKER, .IP.
MARLOW ft SINNAMoN
Attorneys for Applicant
Nut-:. Langford Bldg.,
Miami ::. Fla.FR 1-1582
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C-1760
J. s. QLEASON, JR., as Administra-
te! of Veterans Affairs, an officer .,f
the rutted Siat.s ,.f America, and his
; sin lessors in such office, and Ills or
their assigns,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
EMERSON B. DYKES, et US,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: EMERSON E. DYKES and
MINES I DYKES, his wife. If
living, including any unknown
-pous,.- oi said Defendants If
they have remarried, and If dead
to th.ii unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, creditors,
Honors, trustees and all other
persons claiming by, Lhiough,
under or against thesi Defen-
dants whose residences may be
unknoun
roi' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a suit has been brought againsl *'n
l" J. s QLEASON, .in., as Adminis-
trator of Veterans Affairs, an Offlcet
of the I'nlt.M states ..f America, nnd
iiis sin..--..rs iii such office, and his
r their assigns, in the above-entitled
close a mi
cumbering the follow Ins
property, to-wll:
Lot J2, Block 17. EIK.-'I ADDITION
Tl > i 'AROL CITY, according '.' Ihe
plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
80, Hi page 10, of the publii reci '
of i lade Count) Florida .
and you are required to file your an-
swei with the Chik of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at Ihe
Courthouse In Miami. Flo Ids on ..i
before May 8, 1961, and to si
copy ..f -in h answer upon DAVID P
CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney, vile.-..
addi. -s is i uh Floor nl 101 I: I
Flagler Street, Miami Tj, Florida, on
or before said da te, ri requi d bj
the laws of Florida. If you fall to do
th.- complain! win he taken as
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE i COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55649 B
IN RE: Estate ol
(JEORCTE E. ROBERTSON
I le. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peis-r,. Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E.tal. .
You are hereby notified and re-
ijulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may havi ..-.in
the .state of GEORGE K. ROBERT-
SON deceased lats of Dade County,
Florida, to ihe County Judges of Dade
Countv. and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 7::i 1 :,
I lorida Statutes, in their offices In
he County Courthouse in Dad.
County, Florida within si\ calendar
months from the time of the first,
publication hereof, or the same will
be bat r. d,
Dated at Miami, Florida, ihi- 2nd
day of April A.D 1962.
El IWARD BRAN AM
As Kxecutor
SYLVESTER P. ADAIR
Attoi ii, \ for Estate
132 Washington v. e
Homestead, Florida
. ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 3806
JACOB KAIIAN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANXETTA KAIIAN.
I a feinlant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ANNETTA KAIIAN
5816 Atialu im Road,
Long Beach, California
YOU ARE HEREBY SOTIFTBD
thai in 'in- above cause, you are here*
in required to serve a copy of youi
Answer to the Complaint for Divorce
on the Plaintiff's attorn.-;., HAltllY
Zt'KERNICK, IL'" Lincoln KoihI,
Miami K.a.h. Florida, and file til.
original thereof in Ihe office of th.
clerk of the above court on or be-
fore May II. 1368, or Complaint Will
I. tak. n as ci iif.ssed by >< u.
DATED: April !', 1"62.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, 'h .nil 'omt
By L. SNEEDEN,
Depot v Clerk
4/18-JO-17, 5/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 2330
DORIS ELAINE MILLER, also
kni .mi as DORIS AI.AINE
CONREY,
I'aiutiff
VS.
h iIIN JOSEPH '' lNR IT, alias
JOHN JOSEPH CONROY,
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN JOSEPH CONREY
also know n as .1' >HN
JOSEPH CONROY.
i Residence unknown)
You are hereby notified that a com-
paint foi annum* ni or divorce has been
lied againsl you by Dolls Elaine I'wi
roj ami j mi at i required t" b< rve a
, op> of your Answer or other plead-
ing to the Complaint upon iSEORC.u
N Ma, donei.u idaintifi's Attorney,
504 Blscayne Building. Miami :',:'. Wor-
lds and I li the original of the sane
in i he ofl li "i the Clerk of the Cli -
i nit i 'm,! i ore i he l$th day
of -May. A.D, 1962; otherwise a Decree
Pro Confi 111 he end red again-1
you
DATED, April II,
I ': i.ca'I 11 t-T I: M '. \.
, Clrcull l
. Bj M CAVAL M.'is,
11. pint clerk
.- I
confessed b) > ou and a l lei ri
I'm
Confesso will be eiinfrred against you I
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint.
DATED i Ins 30th day Of March. 1962.
E. 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcull Court. Dade Cunt.. Florida
(seal) B) K. M l.VM w
I 11in v Clerk
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Near the end of a globe-circling trip, Louis and Diddy Gra-
ham, of the Graham Woolen Mills, Leeas, Engiana, are spenai g
the holidays with relatives here They're houseguests of cousin
Ann Teich, who was born in Leeds, aiid her husband Israel, b.>th
eagger to return the hospitality shown to them on a visit to the
Grahams in England several years ago They'll attend a large
family Seder at the home of Ann's son. attorney Robert and Middy
Frank. 2220 No. Bay rd., and also be entertained by Ann's two
daughters and their husbands, Edythe ana Jules Freeman, of So.
Miami, and Gloria and Bertram Kfares The Grahams are re-
lated to Ix>rd Barnet Janner, of the British Parliament, recently
knighted by Queen Elizabeth, and Rabbi Israel E.'odie, Chief Rabbi
ot Great Britain and Ireland. .
Attractive Sandy Shapiro has done it again Wen the Bay-
shore Women's Golf Association Club Championship Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shapiro, talented Sandy is only weeks away
irom graduation at the University of Miami and a June wedding
to Maurice Friedland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Friedland,
of Coral Gables.
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Delightful bon voyage luncheon given for Pauline (Mrs. Nat)
Sater by her many devoted friends last Thursday at the Barcelona
hotel ... All made a big fuss over the first time voyager who was
sporting one of the many fashionable outfits she will be taking
with her to Europe Pristine white sleeveless sheath with rope
belt and elegant white sweater with reembroidered purple flowers
. Also accepted congratulations on new grandchild, Natalie,
born recently to Barbara (nee Sater) and Marvin Haven Among
the well wishers, Pauline's three charming sisters-in-law, Mar-
celle (Mrs. Donald) Kaplan, Gladys (Mrs. Raipli) Kaplan, and Mary
Hose (Mrs. Sherman) Kaplan Leaving on May 2 from New
York on the Queen Mary, itinerary for the tour covers France,
Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Holland, England and back
home on the New France, June 20. .
Pre holiday luncheon at the Fountainebleau hotel last Wed-
nesday Intimate candlelit table in pink and white with hos-
tess Adrea (Mrs. Harold) Soglovitz gracing the head Her at-
tractive silk floral print, splashed with red roses, had narrow
snaps and matching stole. ...
A party at the Deauville hotel recently to celebrate the Sweet
Sixteen birthday of Ronna Linn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Schutzman, of 430 N. Shore dr. Ronna is a sophomore at
Miami Beach High.
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Home for the holidays, Betsy Ellen JJflffiB, freshman at Emer-
son in Boston, and sister Janet, who will graduate in June trcin
Lesley College in Cambridge Both alumnae ol Miami Beach
High! thevre daughters ol Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen, of 675 Fair-
way dr., where they'll join youngest sister, Nancy 14, Queen of this
year's ninth grade at Nautilus Junior High .
Wonderful news from Johns Hopkins University received by
Alan Shevach during his vacation here ... He has been elected to
membership in Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha chapter. Maryland ... He
has also jusi received a gram trom tm. psychiatric envision ol
biate University of New York Medical College to do original re-
search m a project this summer Alan and his fiancee, Eliza-
beth Wetzler, are houseguests of his mother, Mrs. Helen Shevach
One small disappointment, Eileen, his sister, whose spring
holiday break came early had returned to Graham-Eekes Prep
*cnooi in I'alm Beach two oays earner. .
Here from Orlando for the Alpha Omega dental fraternity con-
vention at the Deauvuie notei, Dr. Merrill mannish and wire, Jac-
queline, visiting with his sister and brother-in-law, A.an>..e a,.d
-\lbert bommtrs.
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Vying with spring llowcrs for color and brightness, the guests
at the installation luncheon ol the Women's Cancer League ol
Miami Beach last Friday at the Seville were a gay and attractive
group Incoming preside.it, Mrs. Frances Linn, lovely in a silk
-h-ath with soft p.nk carnations sprinkled on a white background
and a flowered buoble with nose veil set squarely on her blonu
hair Elegant acqua brocade two-piecer, four-button jacket over
a slim flock lor Mrs. Abe Schonleld, immediate past president .
Completed it with white posies on a large brimmed chapeau. .
Installing Office, gay -Mrs. Paul Bromberg, who presented oevtr
and witty vignettes ... rhyme for the ^W,^Pj
pink party frock with wasp waist, twirls skirt, and turn back collai
oi lace and pearls ... ___. >,
Just back from a trip to Washington where she MttolN
with her son, Dr. Gordon Gerson. on his birthday, Mrs. Lthel Ger-
son. chairman ol the day, in her favorite color, deep &*
>hirlwaislcr and white pillbox Also at the head table Mrs.
Robert Z. Greene, president oi the Auxiliary lor the Damon Kunyon
Fund, in a b.g-city, siren black with deep Hinged bodice and con-
trasting frosty8 while draped high peaked cloche >**&*
Rivero and Mojena costume of turquo.se pesante silk for light-
ha.red Mrs. Sidney Ohrbach Featured a cropped jacket with
large front bow and matching pillbox ...
Svelte Mrs. Micky Kraus, founding president of the group in
a stunning cherry red silk suit and petaled sa.lor in pearly white
Yellow for Mrs. Joseph Segal Silk ensemble with long
jacket and veiled matching half hat Yellow linen the,choice
of Mrs Charles Gertler, with sunburst pleats at the neckline and
whiltexuired straw halo hat Interesting Mondrran print m
yellow and green for the loose-f.tt.ng sleeveless jacket of Mrs.
Jerome Rado's outfit designed with stem slim sheath of moss
^Mrs Leon Manheimer in multi-colored silk print with orange
predominating and matched in bag and shoes .. Many chose
white, all individual, all charming Mrs. Jerome Su^rrnw .
linen topped with matching mohair sweater trimmedm deepink
flowers .. Blue and tangerine piping and be accenting Mrs
Robert Grossman's sheath, and the delicate jeHow smockmg on
the bodies of Mrs. Irving Rubin's silk matched by hex-shoe .
Mrs. Nat Waldman's slim boucle with front buttons from neckline
to hem, was a mixture of blue and white and Mrs R S. Levy
highlighted her white with insert of yellow dicky and belt Hot
pink pleated sheath for Mrs. Harriet Gross, and slim Mrs Martin
Wexler chose a royal blue ensemble with print bodice and jacket
lined in the same print, with big blooms of frosty organza on her
bonnet.
"dfewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 20, 1962
Section 2
Congratulating Mrs. Elise A. Adams upon receiving the Wom-
an of Valor Award are Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, chairman of
the "Bond With Israel" luncheon held last Thursday at the
Doral Country Club, and motion picture and theater star John
Payne. The luncheon was held under the auspices of the
Women's Division of the Israel Bond organization as a tribute
to Mrs. Adams for her service to the State of Israel.
Gaiety combined with serious purpose was the keynote of the
Bond With Israel luncheon last Thursday at the Doral Coun-
try Club. Enjoying the occasion are (from left)) Mrs. Max
Weitz. Mrs. Brad Sherman, former Miss Israel, and Mrs. Sam
Luby.
Participants at the Bond With Israel luncheon last Thursday
at Doral Country Club in honor of Mrs. Elise A. Adams in-
clude (from left) Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Judith Beilin. noted
Israeli woman diplomat, and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton.
Brandeis Group Oneg, Shabbat
Brandcis Hadassah group will
h:>ld its final Oneg Shabbat of the
season on Saturday, 1 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. Philip Thau, presi-
dent, 946 Bay dr., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, leader of
the Bible study sessions this year,
will continue her discussion on the
Book of Jeremiah.
A graduate of New York Univer-
sity, Mrs. Jacobson, who has led
Hadassah's education program in
this area for the past nine years.
i( ceived special training at a Bible
study institute given by the World
Bible Society in Stamford, Conn.
Women's Israel
Bond Luncheon
Attracts 600
Faith, the kind of faith tha: en-
abled the people of Israel to con-
quer hosts of enemies in attaining
her independence, was demonstrat-
ed by the women of Miami, last
Thursday, at the "Bonds With
Israel" luncheon as they purchas-
ed a record total of S473.500 in
Israel Bonds in honor of Mrs. Elise
A. Adams.
The sum was the largest amount
purchased at a Women's Division
luncheon since the inception of the
Israel Bond program, it was an
nounced by Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Max
Weitz. toastmaster.
The comparison was made by
Mrs. Judith Beilin, one of Israel's
foremost diplomats, who came to
Miami to present the Woman of
Valor Award to Mrs. Adams at the
luncheon at the Doral Country
Club, held under the auspices of
the Women's Division for Israel
Bonds.
Mrs. Beilin, currently serving as
Israel's Consul in New York, laud-
ed the outpouring of Israel Bond
purchases "as a demonstration of
the same kind of faith which made
possible Israel's conquest ot its
human and natural enemies in win-
ning independence 14 years ago,'*
jointing out that "it was exactly
this week. 14 years ago, that Is-
rael's armies broke through the
blockade between Tel Aviv and
Jerusalem and opened the road for
eventual victory."
More than 600 women joined in
the tribute to Mrs. Adams as a
humanitarian, philanthropist and
devoted friend of Israel." Conduct-
ing the presentation ceremony was
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual lead-
er of Beth Sholom and national vice
chairman of the Israel Bond syna-
gogue and temple committee.
A dramatic demonstration of
Mrs. Adams' contribution to many
major civic, philanthropic and cul-
tural facets of the community took
pk.ee in the form of special scrolls
for the 'Book of Honor" presented
to her. Among the institutions
joining in paying tribute to Mrs.
Adams were the University of
Miami medical school, Mt. Sinai
Hospital, Miami Heart Institute,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Cancer Institute of Miami, Albert
Einstein college of medicine, Bran-
deis University, Temple Both Shol-
om. and Rollins College.
Highlight of the occasion was the
presentation of Standard Bearer
Awards (Israel Bar Mitzvah Trus-
ties > to Mesdames James M. Al-
bert. Sydney D Ansin, Max Bauer,
Ruth J. Bergcr, Sam Blank, William
Bornstein, Jack A. Cantor, Charles
Charcowsky, Sarah Czech, A. C.
Abram Fox, Ben Frankenstein,
Samuel Friedland, Jessie Crossin-
ger. Isadore Hecht, Sanford Kean,
Samuel Kipnis, Harvey Lee, David
J. Light, Dave Margulies, Benjamin
Myers, Max Orovitz, Jack S. Popick,
Maurice Revitz, Phil Revitz, Jacob
Rifkin, Ira Rosen, Raymond Rubin,
Louis B. Rudnik, Samuel T. Sapiro,
Harry Silver, Fred Somerstein, Jos-
eph F. Stein, Nat Waldman, Carl
Weinkle and Max Weitz.
Other participants in the program
included Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton
s-nd Mrs. Jack S. Popick, who to-
gether with Mrs. Max Weitz serv-
ed as luncheon co-chairmen; Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, honorary
chairman of the Women's Division;
Mrs. Ruth J. Berger and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. Adding to the sparkle of
the luncheon was a presentation of
gilt diamonds from the craft guilds
of Israel, to 1962 Israel Bond Spon-
sors who made their purchases at
the luncheon and the gracious ap-
pearance of motion picture star
John Payne.


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Joan Eggncriz
Bride of Michael
Simkowfaz Here
A morning ceremony Sunday,
|.\ir is the Eden Roc hotel urn'-
Joan Pasta, daughter of Dr. and
| Mr-. Meyer Eggnatz. and Michael
[simkowitz, son of Mr and Mrs
11 idore B Simkowite, with Kabhi
j.eon Kronish officiating.
Given in marriage by her fath-
11, thi bride wore a gown of Brus-
L, | |ac Itfa a chapel train of
Ivory peau tie soie. The tulle veil
\-.v~. held bj a crown ot wax flow-
frs, and she earned ., cascade bou-
L iei i: hite roses, lily^of-tile-val-
\ English ivy.
Mrs. Walter P. Miner in was
natron i1 honor. Other attendant
re Sara Simkowitz and ElizabeiTI
imkowitz, sisters of the bHrle-
room, Sidel Abbott, Mrs. Lee Egg-
n: i/. and Mrs. Mark Fisher.
The bridegroom's father served
in- bet man. and ushers in-
luded Harry Ginsburg, Michael
Irin. Lawrence Albert. Nenl Am-
Irlur. Dr. F. Lee Eggnatz, the bride's
rother, Dr. James Steig, and
i ilu Simkowitz, brother of the
xoorn
The new Mrs. Simkowitz is a
iraduatc of Miami Beach High ami
Smith College '61. Her husband is
in alumnus of Mereersburg Acad-
emy and Massachusetts Institute
)1 Technology. His fraternity is
Ipha Eptilon Pi. and he is in the
serves of the U.S. Coast Guard.
After a honeymoon trip to Sicily
nnd Italy, the newly weds will live
in New York City.
Franzbtau. Meyer
Exchange Vows
In Evening Rites
A formal dinner and reception at
lh< Deauville hotel followed the
e:.rly evening ceremony uniting
Ina Jean Meyer and Stephen Carl
Fi anzblau on Sunday, Apr. 15. with
K:ibbl Max A. Lipsclutz oil.elating.
For the wedding, the bride wore
a white silk taffeta gown with bod-
ice and short sleeves of reembroid-
ored alencea lace featuring a
tralght lace" panel falling to the
hem in front. A mantilla of net
edg d with wide appliques of alen-
(on luce over illusion veiling form-
ed the heat dress,
Matron of honor was Bea Van
Dam, and Marlylin Ratz and Hedy
Zalkin were bridesmaids.
Serving the bridegroom as best
iran was Michael O Neil, and ush-
er were Calvin Kapp, Robert 1'itts
and Ilarlan Fisher.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Meyer, 17751 NE 9th ct., No.
.Miami Beach, the new Mrs. Franz-
blau attended Normany private
; school.
Her husband's parents are Mrs.
llelene Vincent, of Opa-locka, and
Mack Franzblau, of Rochester.
I N.Y. A graduate of Miami Beach
High, he attended the University
of Miami, is a member of North
: Miami Beach Jaycees. and at pres-
ent is an insurance counselor.
RHUII
YESMVA rnd COLLEGE GRADUATE,
EXPERIENCED, ELOQUENT SPEAKER,
SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZER, EDUCATOR,
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PUlPiT. MIAMI OR VICINITY.
WRITE RABBI A.,
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MIAMI I, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
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MRS. MICHAEL SIMKOWITZ
MRS. STEPHEN FRANZBLAU
After a honeymoon on Miami
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peated their marriage vows on
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QVER 400 women gathered at
" the newly-opened, elegant
Doral Country Club last Thursday
to pay tribute to Mrs. Elise
Adams, Woman of Valor for Is-
rael Bonds.
For this special occasion, Mrs.
Adams chose a vivid orange siik
shantung sheath with matching
jacket from the Spanish designer,
liosero. With it. she wore a very
lurge brimmed straw of beige
trimmed in the same shade of
orange for a most attractive cos-
tume.
Vivacious Mrs. John (Sandy)
Payne, wife of the famed and
handsome movie star, wore a pen-
cil slim black and white polka
dot accented with orange shoes
and a black bow in her pretty
blond hair.
Mrs. Trudy Hamerchlag's brill-
iant print of emerald greens, tur-
quoise and fuchsia was a Fontana
original from Rome set off with
a green straw hat and shoes.
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CHAIRMAN of the day, Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger, was in an
elegant emerald green crocheted
lace with scooped neckline, and
Mrs. Joseph Lipton, who offered
a toast to President Kennedy,
chose an Adele Simpson stained
glass print and a high crowned
white lacy straw encirclei! with
multi-colored flowers.
Charming Mrs. Max Weitz, co-
chairman, in an imported pink
linen embossed with hand-em-
broidered pink leaves, tiny sleeves
and ring neckline. The white
crepe Paris creation selected by
Mrs. Jack Popick featured a
throw-back fringed shawl, loose
fitting bodice and snug skirt.
The muted brown and beige soft
print crepe sheath worn by Mrs.
Sam Oritt had a matching chif-
fon bodice with portrait neckline
and elbow-length jacket
Mrs. Carl Weinkle was in a
white silk linen suit with printed
blouse of deep pink and green
flowers. Also in white, to off-
set the lovely colors in the Doral
decor no doubt, was Mrs. Sam-
uel Pollack. Her frock had a
V neckline and all white beaded
and embossed cotton brocade trim
in the latest gored skirt fashion.
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QNE of the 25 women from
^ Southgate at the gala, Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick's costume c in-
sisted of a sky-blue cotton eye.et
sheath with scalloped deep V de-
colletage, and a blue cashmere
sweater with an alencon sequb.ed
lace overlay and pretty Queen
Ann collar.
From South Darie, Mrs. Mar-
shall Feuer was wearing a sea
green Italian knit with white pip-
ing on the fashionable dropped
waistline and circle neckline
A pencil slim pink raw silk :or
Mrs. Samuel Sapiro. who sat at
the head table. Beaded and satin
trimmed, the frock was worn v h
a matching sweater and all white
accessories.
Miss Salomon Now Mrs. Levin
Susan Lynnn Salomon and Peter
I levin were united in marriage
Sunday. April 15, in the Napoleon
room of the Deauville hotel. The
early atternoon ceremony was per-,
formed by Rabbi Joseph Narot.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey L. Salomon, 5120 Alton
rd., wore a gown of silk organza i
and reembroidered alcencon lace, I
.ippliqued with iridescent sequins
and seed pearls. It was designed
v ith a portrait neckline and chapel-
length train. Her veil of matching
lace fell from a crown of lace and
pearls. She carried an heirloom
bible under a bouquet of white
orchids.
She was attended by Iris Lip-
ton, maid of honor, Mrs. Joseph
Esformes, matron of honor, and
Jane Kahn, flower girl.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School, the new Mrs. Levin attend-
ed the University of Miami.
The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Sally
Bachraeh, 5161 Alton rd., and Her-
man Levin, of New York City, at-
tended Miami Beach High and the
University of Miami, where he was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Serving as best man was Joseph
Esformes, and ushers were Alan
Salomon, the bride's brother, Steph-
en Stark, William Gross-and David
Bucksbaum. Scott Salomon, broth-
er of the bride, was ring bearer.
Following a reception and formal
i luncheon, the young couple left for
I a honeymoon in Jamaica. Upon
I their return, they will live in
Miami Beach.
You are invited to visit our new school during
Hebrew Academy "OPEN HOUSE" Month
May 1st through May 25th
at our new building
2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
Register Your Child at
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Special class for Junior High students without Hebrew background
For information call the Hebrew Academy, JE 8-4641
Transportation facilities available throughout
the Greater Miami area
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
Principal
LOUIS MERWITZER
President
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Happy Passover


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MJH.
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HAl MMELSTHN
Miss Lowenthal
Picks Peau de Soie
Carrying an heirloom handker-
chief and wearing her grandmoth-
er's rosepoint lace mantilla with
her wedding gown, Jane Ellen Low-
enthal became the bride of Hal
Himelstein at the Seville hotel on I
Sunday. Apr. 15. Rabbi Benno
Wallaeh performed the early even-
ing ceremony, which was followed
by a reception at the hotel.
Of candlelight peau de soie, the
Iradtional, floor-length gown had a'
full skirt terminating in a full chap-
el train, and featured an alencon
lace beaded bodice, sabrina neck-
line and Ion;: tapered sleeves.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Stan-
ley Worth, and Elaine Snowiss serv-
ed as maid of honor.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Lowenthal, 7507 Cutless ave.,
the new Mrs. Himelstein is an
alumna of Miami Beach High and
attended the University of Florida.
Parents ol the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Himelstein,
950 North Shore dr. He is a grad-
uate of Cheshire Academy, Conn.,
has a BBA from the University of
Miami, and belongs to Phi Epsilon.
Serving him as best man was Stan-
ley Worth.
After a honeymoon in Haitai.
Puerto Rico, the newlyweeds will
live at Bay Towers apts.
meth and Keren Hayesod. Had Believe it or not, a neighbor, on
they known, they would not have reading the headline in your cur-
a headline indicating: "Former rent issue, declared: "And we just
JNF Director Guilty of Embezzle- gave the guy a dinner in his hon-
It's too bad that your headline nient." or."
Your item refers to the director OSCAR LEONARD
IN THE MAIL
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
writers do not seem to know the
difference between Keren Kaye- o; the Keren Hayesod in Paris.
Miami Beach
Happy Passover Holiday to All

JVS Planning Annual Meeting
Jewish Vocational Service will
hold it.' annual membership meet-
ing Wednesday. May 2. according
to Clemen J. EhrilCh, president of
the organizatlioi
Ehrllch this week announced
members of the program commit-
tee, who will include Marshall S.
Harris, chairman, Mrs. Jack Cher-
nau, Mrs, Charles P. Peinberg,
Jerome Greene, and Albert J.
Hirsch.
Jewish Vocational Service is a
beneficiary agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and a
member of the Welfare Planning
Council of Dade county.
Dr. Michael Goodman is execu-
live director of the agency.
Donor Award Luncheon
B'nai B'rith Women, Miami
Beach chapter 519. will hold its
annual donor award luncheon at
the Algiers hotel on Tuesday noon,
May 8.
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6515 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone UN 6-6511
DAVID BROWN & FAMILY
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4200 NW 27th AVENUE
- r Conditioned Swi-riming Pool Convention Hall
Restaurant Cocktail Lounge 5 Acres
Phone NE 3-0611
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
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6434 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9B81
MIAMI BEACH
ELIL ANDRON
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
ALOHA MOTEL
7500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PL 7-0616
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6701 COLLINS AVENUE
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843 EUCLID AVENUE JE 1-1103
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CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUUE JE 1-6711
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4385 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-5371
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SUEZ MOTEL
18215 COLLINS AVENUE Wl 7-0661
MR. & MRS. WM. POLEN
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
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CORNELL HOTEL
3420 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-0316
EDWARD L. PARKER
TRITON TERRACE HOTEL
2729 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-6651
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18801 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
DANIEL & JOE LIFTER
Wl 7-3451
GREETINGS FROM
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4210 COLLINS AVENUE JCffenwi 1-1171
FRITZ HACKENBERG
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CONTINENTAL HOTEL
4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8*721
BARRY HESSER, Manager
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5722-1962
To our many friends and patrons
and to Jewish people everywhere,
may this traditional
Festival of Freedom
be a joyous secsor.
". Now if the Holy One, blessed is He,
had not taken us out from there, then we
and our children and our children's children
would still have been enslaved unto Pharaoh
in Egypt ."
(Hagaddah Shel Pesach.l
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EMBASSY HOTEL
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MR. & MRS. ISRAEL SCHULTZ
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VERSAILLES HOTEL
3425 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-6092
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SAFARI MOTEL
17749 COLLINS AVENUE Wl 714431
IRVING VENOOK
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1390 OCEAN DRIVE JE 1-1291
Mr. & Mrs. Max Feigeles
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Weinshenker
LUAU MOTEL
7326 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
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Surrey Hotel
4390 COLLINS AVE
MIAMI BEACH
BOB LEFKOWITZ
DONALD KALUS
HARRY BADER
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6061 COLLINS AVENUE
UN 5-5771
MONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-8721
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4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
MIAMI BEACH
BOB LAWHORN
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DRAKE HOTEL
1460 OCEAN DRIVE JE 1-6681
BOB COHEN SAM LACHMAN, Owners
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COPLEY PLAZA HOTEL
3900 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 8-1846
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RITZ PLAZA HOTEL
1701 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6881
MIAMI BEACH
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OCEAN & 24th STREET JE 1-6691
MIAMI BEACH
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Phone JE 1-5301
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OCEAN & 18th STREET JE 8-6841
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15995 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
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Friday. April 20, 1962
Looking at route to be taken by M. S. Calypso Liner on May
5 ior Israel Independence Day celebraiion are (left to right)
Mrs. Betty Steinberg. Mrs. Esther Cohen and Mrs. Harold Sha-
piro. They are members of the board of the Greater Miami
Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, co-sponsors of the community-wide
salute to the 14th anniversary of Israel's declaration of inde-
pendence. _________________________
Englander Names Campaign Heads
Wilno Kosher
Passover Foods
By Special Report
CHICAGO The Wiino Kosher
Sausage Company of Chicago, one
of the oldest and largest manufac-
turers of 100 per cent beef kosher
delicatessen products, has an-
noitaced tha' a variety ot kosher
products are avail*o* tor Pass-
over use
For the past 68 years. Wilno
kosher products have been on Pass-
over tables in Jewish homes from
ii a.-t to coast.
All Wilno kosher products are
produced under the supervision of
two prominent orthodox spiritual
loa.'ers. Rabbi Borcuh Rabinowitz
and Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal. and
two mashgichim to assure that
everything is Kosher L'Pesach in
accordance with ritualistic tradi-
tion.
Beth Jacob Meeting mee,ing at Beth Jacob congrega-
Morris B. Frank, pres.dent, will ljn on *"Jg evenln* "> the a.
conduct a general membership duorium of the synagogue.
Offering fhe finest in Complete Beauty Care
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in VOGUE
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Malvin
Englander has named Chuck Ash-
man, justice of the Miami Beach
Elks, and Man of the Year of the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce, as his campaign man-
ager for County Commission in
District 5.
Dr. Leo Grossman. Beach phy-
sician, was selected as chairman of
the executive committee.
Dr Stanley Coltune, former pres-
ident of the Beach Jaycecs. and
past president of the Miami Beach
Presidents Council, accepted the
post of Englander chairman lor
Surfside. Dr. Coltune also is past
exalted ruler of the Miami Beach
Elks Lodge, where Judge England-
er just completed a term as jus-
tice.
Paul Grand, past commander
Of the Beach Jewish War Vet-
erans; Aaron Bookspan, secretary
of the Elks and former Beach
traffic director; Frank Conn, past
president of the Civic League of
Miairii Beach and board member
of Temple Ner Tamid, all joined
the Englander campaign commit-
tee.
Named as campaign treasurer
USY Planning
For Hay Ride
Terrtple Emanu-El United Syna-
gogue youth group will celebrate!
Passover this week by sponsoring
a hay ride.
Junior and senior high school
students will meet at the Temple
Sunday. 7 p.m., board a bus, and
ride to a ranch in Southwest
Miami.
Program will includa square
dancing and traditional Passover
refreshments.
was Irving Weinstein, who serves
as treasurer of the Knights of
Tythias and Elks Lodges. Repub-
lican leader James Dickey and
Jesse Weiss, Beach restaurateur
jind member of the city public rela-
tions committee, also were desig-
nated as executive committee
members by Ashman.
Ashman, former administrative
assistant to Sen. George Smathers,
is a past state vice president of
the Young Democrats, but stressed
bipartisan support for Judge Eng-
lander. "Democrats and Republi-
cans alike can vote for Englander
May 8," he noted.
Judge Englander has opened
campaign headquarters at the One
Lincoln Road bldg., and at 704 71st
st. Mrs. Bernard Fuller is in
charge of headquarters operations.
During several campaign meet-
ItigS, Judge Englander expressed
"strong opposition" to the north-
south Mid-Bay causeway and to the
Scadade oil refinery, both of which
he termed "extremely serious
threats to the economic well-being
of Miami Beach. Surfside, Bay Har-
bor Islands, North Bay Village and
all of the Fifth District."
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ATTORNEY GENERAL OF FLORIDA RICHARD ERVIN
had this to say about Judge Phillip Goldman .
"... you are the brightest and best addition to the
bench that has occurred during my memory."
JOHN McDERMOTT, Political Editor MIAMI HERALD,
had this to say about Judge Phillip Goldman .
"In legal circles, this jurist is regarded as one of the
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Friday, April 20, 1962
*Jewlsti IfTkirffrf^m
Pcae 11-3

Rabbi N. T. Y. Rilf, honorary president of the Union of Orth-
odox Rabbis of the United States and Cancan, and chief rabbi
of Camden, N.J., ccnveises with David and Samuel Rosner,
owner-operators of the Sterling hole) in Miami Baach, where
Rabbi Rift is enjoying his second week of oceanfront vaca-
tion and recuperating from a minor ailment.
Concert to Honor
Beach Musician
A en.': t honoring Ben Yomen,
whose ncv book <>i Ones Shabbat
:> |u it been published, will
I e sponsored by the Farband La-
onisl Culti r I I lenter on Sot-
mrdnv i the Hibiscus Aud-
itorium.
Par in the prem er per-
|formence ol these works will be
Yomen, C itor irsh v-II r
Te pli E nanu El, Michael Gib-
son, 'antor i i ir e< i i V at
the Miami Beach Community Sing-
ers, and Margaret Yomen, narra-
tor and accom]
: B I R T H D A Z E :
A son, Eliot Bennett, was born
Mar. 29 to Helyne and Kenneth
Treister.
Fascell Says He's
Ready to Meet
Opportunity Age
Congressman Dante B. Fasecll
Wednesday ripped into "those who
seek to determine the marits of
one candidate or the other on the
basis of whether or not they are
tagged with the right political
label," in a speech in South Dade
county.
"In this critical period of our
growth, we all need to forget past
prejudices, to turn from viewing
issues through a glass, darkly, and
to clear our hearts and minds of
old, hand-me-down opinions," Fas-
cell stated.
nation, not whether or not the bill
has been labeled a so-called con-
servattve or liberal measure."
"The future of America and the
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie T. Newman
announce the arrival of a 7 lb. 5
o/. daughter on Tuesday at Mt.
Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Newman is
the former Terry St. Onge, and
future of Dade county is certainly"1'* '* worth more than politically exped-
ient labels," he declared.
Fascell said that both the nation
and the South Florida area face a
period of critical importance in the
coming months.
"South Florida cries out for
strong leadership and positive ac-
tion to move us forward into the
Age of Opportunity," Fascell
said.
**N YOMtH
'Mfitzoh Ml1 Scheduled
Temple Judea Sisterhood is spon-
soring a "Matzoh Ball" on Sunday
evening, Apr. 29. Included in the
ceiling will be refreshments, danc-
ine and entertainment.
SEASONS GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
and Family
2038 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE NE 4-6554
A. C. ALLYN & CO.
MEMBERS OF
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
ASSOCIATE)
MIDWEST STOCK EXCHAN^-P
NVESTMFNT SECURlTlFS
Chicago New York Bcsion
Miami Beach Federal Bidg.
Lincoln RooO ol Wa&h.ngto- A.e.
Miami Beach 39, Fla.
JEfferson 8-4731
----------- ro*
VOGUST BROS Ryc
**" ,19 the REST?
"These pre-formed ideas and
and opinions are dangerous if we
are to weigh the problems of the
hour in light of what is best for
the people of South Florida and
the nation," he said.
"We cannot afford negative lead-
ership in the opposite direction."
he stated, and emphasized that
"this negative leadership is exact-
ly what others have offered Dade
county for the past two sessions
in the State Legislature."
Fascell pledged himsel fto con-
tinue to provide "dynamic leader-
In an earlier weekend of inten- .njp" necessary to lead Dade coun-
sive campaigning that took the can- ;v into the future with confidence
didate from Miami Beach to Home- an(j optimism,
stead, Fascell carried his message
of "dynamic leadership" to au-
diences ranging in number from 76
numbers of the Carpenters Union
to several thousand at an alter
noon all-candadate; rally in Home-
sli ad.
Fascell told the crowds that he
would "continue to approach each
piece of legislation in light of
whether or not it served the best
mi crests of Dade county and the
PROVEN
LEADERSHIP
EXPERIENCE
AND ABILITY .
.
wfiiti
Appointed to Committee
Albert E. Berkeley, senior vice
president of the Miami National
Bank, has been appointed vice
chairman of the Florida State
Chamber of Commerce committee
on total employment Appointment
was made by Henry C. Colcman,
president of the Florida State
Chamber.
*>"
ft ^JUDGE GENE
r-gspr" 5S0
CRIMINAL COURT
OF RECORD


Page 12-B
* Mi*t fkrkfi&n
Friday. AprU 20, 1962
J$ar As a flift o suo^ibers. The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami ly Fa., oqg mcjnjh in advance. Incl-jde the name
cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to yoc courtesy of Biackstcne Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
John Svmbero.
John Charles, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mike Sun-.berg. 1201 NE SrTtb
M :. become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday :. mine, Apr
l: a' Tei |.. braeL Rabbi Joseph
Kan fficiate.
The
honor roll
Ad nor will
be me ere his
Miamians Take
Insurance Lead
Fred A Sandier and Charles j
Mandelstam last year ranked
among the leaders of Metropolitan
Lile Insurance Company's over 30.-
000 field representatives in the Uni-
ted States and Canada by placing
more than $1,000,000 each in life in-
surance the company has an-
r.ounced.
On the staff of the company's
B:-ca>ne district office. Sandier
has qualified for the Metropolitan
Millionaire! Club three times. This
is the firs: qualification for Man-
delstem, ho is associated with tne
Miami Shores office.
Sandier also has qualified eight
times for the National Quality
Award of the National Assn. of Life
Underwriters.
Cor/ Posoff
John Sumktrg
I
Carl PasoH
ervicei a*
Betli David. Apr 21, rill include
the Bar Mitzvah of Carl Richard.
Son of Mr and Mrs. Jack Pa
A wventh grade rtudent at Ri-
viera Junior High, the celebrant
does scientific research with tele-
cope and microscope.

Ronald Hgen
Ear Mitzvah of Ronald Mark,
ton of Mr and Mrs. Daniel Hagen,
was celebrated Saturday morning,
Apr. 14, at Beth David, with Rabbi
Norman N Shapiro officiating.
A seventh grade student at Ponce
Oc Leon Junior High. Ronald i3 a
Boy Scout and play, the trumpet.
His parents spon-ored the Oneg
Shabbat and the Kidduh
Passe /er Greetings to All
Lang's
Service
COMPUTE AUTO *lPA "Hydro malic" Transmissions
Repaired
427 S.W. 8th STREET
Phono FR 4-3960
A Quarter cf a Century
Same Location
ciimui
PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
Sharpening Factory Method
Small Engine Repairs Rentals
2391 N.W. 79th STREET
Phono OX 1 M62
Pat* Tito, Owner
Sweet Sixteen
Luncheon Held
Lynn Kanoi s; nonored by
her parents. Mr and Mrs Theo-
dore Kanov, on the occasion of her
^^^^^^^^^ Sweet Sixteen
I birthday with a
I luncheon Satur-
I day at the Algiers
I hotel.
a, gH Decor the
I afternoon was
A I [orange and white,
BpP ^... ^Hand Lynn wore
^^ N^ppr a pretty orange
linen suit with
print blouse to
IYMM conform.
Among the guests were Lynn's
grandmother. Mrs. Marie Bricker,
her daughter, Trixie Levin, and
daughter, Mrs Lennie Kaplan.
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
Phone FR 9-2291
GREETINGS
LEE'S TACKLE,
Inc.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th STREET
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
MIAMI WATER HEATER
COMPANY
Phone NE 5 6715
1334 N.W. 29th STREET
A C M E
RADIATOR SERVICE
SALES AND SERVICE
Radiators put in
First Class Shape
ROBERT F. JOHNSTON
2144 NW 27th AVENUE
Miami, Florida
Phone NE 4-8695
GREETINGS
HERBERT DIAMOND
I CO.
1340 N.W. 27th A*e.
Miami 35. Florida
Telephone NE 4-6031
SEA SHELLS &
FLOWER SUPPLIES
GREETINGS .
A. J. WALLACE
FURNITURE STORE
REPAIRING REFINISHING
SPECIALIZING
In Antiques, Piano, Furniture
and Office Equipment
7622 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
PL 8-7824
ELECT
Thomas
Metro
Commissioner
DISTRICT 1
MAY 8
SAVE
YOUR
BEACHES!
I'd Pol. Adv.
TO ALL ... A
HAPPY HOLIDAY
John Shnov
AND
COLUMBUS HOTEL
In The Heart of Miami
312 N. E. First Street
PHONE FR 3-2471
MIXXA EEE
IMPORTERS
biitinotiit AppmeHetort Fashions
Dreuetformal Attire-teachwear
hiillinery-Coilumt Jewelry-Scarfs
Handbag s-Gleves-Biovies
CORAl GAMES
2S2 MIRACLE Milt Ph. HI 3-4264
1025 KANE CONCOURSE.
Boy Harbor Isle
1515 E. Las Ola* Blvd.
Hmh JAchtMt 2-5218
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. 21.1 Street
A /JUDGE
H J.GWYNN
Parker
CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
*M&JI& K*
r%
%4*
ELECT
E. F. "BOB"
LASSETER
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 1
Pull Lever 44-B
To Elect end serve the people of District 1 in a sincere,
efficient, dignified manner based on a capable back-
ground, and a reputation of honesty and experience.
dr Long-time Resident of Dade County
jr Over 20 Years Experience in Lav/ Enforcement
fx Familiar with the Duties of the Constable s Office
dr Veteran of World War II, with Service in the Navy
dr Member of Masonic Order
jr Florida Peace Officers' Association
dr Allied Gasoline Retailers Association
jf Fraternal Order Police Associate Lodge No. 6
jr Successful Businessman for 9 Years
YOUR SUPPORT APPRECIATED
M. Pol, Adv

/*V^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*****************
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES .
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
HOLMES
BRADD0CK
CANDIDATE FOR
SCHOOL BOARD
DISTRICT No. 3
r ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^********'A****''llL^


Friday. April 20, 1962
'Jewlsti nrridtfan
Page 13-B
Spaet Committee Grows to 1,100
Two members of the Combined Jewish Appeal Liquor Group
map their windup plans for the 1962 campaign. They are
Jerome W. Halpern (left) and Marvin Levin, co-chairmen of
the group.
Eldredge Opens Beach Quarters
State Rep. David Eldredge open-
ed two headquarters on Miami
Beach last week, and used the oc-
casion to attack "the sending of
American foreign aid to those na-
tions endangering the existence of
Falk Receives
Double Honor
Judge Jack A. Falk. of the Crim-
inal Court of Dade County, was
this month honored as "Citizen of
the Month" by the University of
Miami evening newspaper, "Even-
ing Breeze."
The same week, Judge Falk also
received notice that he was pro-
moted to the rank of major in the
United States Army Reserve.
Judge and Mrs. Falk reside at
1835 SW $2nd Ct.
such United States allies as Israel."
"Nasser alone has received close
to one billion dollars in your tax
dollars." Eldredge charged. "Then
he turns around and plays footsie
with Russia in the United Nations."
Eldredge pledged that he "will
never vote for any foreign aid bill
that includes American tax dol-
lars for Communist-dominated
nations."
"It just doesn't make sense to
help our enemies bury us,"
Eldredge said.
He said the practice of sending
foreign aid to those nations which
bar American Jewish servicemen
is also "reprehensible," and vowed
to fight such action as a congress-
man.
Eldredge is seeking the seat in
the House of Representatives from
the Fourth Congressional District.
Harold Spaet's projected "Com-
mittee of 1,000" to head his cam-
paign for Circuit Judge in Group 1
"is now a 'Committee of 1,100' and
giowing every day," according to
the County Commissioner.
Members of the steering commit-
tee include many who have attend-
ed ,S,pae{s' campaign affairs
throughout the county, contribu-
tors, volunteers at the Miami and
Miami Beach campaign headquar-
Blair Sets Sights
On Dade's Guns
Samuel Blair. candidate for State
Representative in Group 1, states
in his campaign that "In the event
the voters of Dade county endorse
me as their new state representa-
tive. I will fight for a bill outlawing
in Dade county and the Slate of
Florida the possession of guns
without a valid permit.
"It took Dade county courts only
a few weeks to outlaw a rather
harmless and inconsequential book
concerning the lives and loves of
the inmates of a house of ill-repute,
but the merchants of death are al-
lowed to peddle guns to any and all
who wish to purchase them.
"In 1961, 141 persons in Dade
county alone, were shot to death
ters, and those who have written
in offering help, he said.
Each will receive a journal,
"Spaetline," with up-to-date news
of the campaign.
Spaet, an attorney for 32 years,
has served as Judge of the Miami
Beach Municipal Court and presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Bar Assn.
He has been a Vice Mayor and
Councilman of Miami Beach from.
1953 to 1960, past president of the
Florida League of Municipalities,
and past president of the Dade
County League of Municipalities.
He is also a trustee of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, director of the Children's
Home Society of Southeastern Flor-
ida, and past vice president of the
Florida State Elks Assn.
GREETINGS
MARTHA'S
FLOWER SHOP
Our Wedding Work is Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
"A Complete Floral Service"
Art with Flowers
801 Arthur Godfrey Road
IE 8-5523
I
VOTE FOR
KENNETH D.
CASTLEBERRY
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT FOUR
A Friend of Trade L'nions
YOUR VOICE will carry thru CastlebeiTJ
PD. POL. ADVT.
GREETINGS
VENETIAN NURSING &
CONVALESCENT HOME
FM All TTTE CASK
1330 NE Bay shore Dr.
Miami FR 9-7649
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN K. SPECTOR
Directors
emr/NGS ro all
Aaron Kapit
DESK
EXCHANGE
Phone NE 44024
New and Used Office furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
VERN0ND.B0ND
Bond
Transfer Co., Inc.
Trucking
2160 NW 8th AVENUE
PHONE FR 4-3144
GREETINGS
A
A A
TO COMMEMORATE THE ENDURING SPIRIT OF INDEPENDENCE
CHASE
FEDERAL-
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
LINCOLN ROAD ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD COLLINS AVENUE
On the Mall at 1100 425 at Sheridan Avenue at 75th Street
SURSIDE NORTH MIAMI BEACH
9564 Harding Avenue 163rd St. Shopping Center
Miami Beach Offices: Call JE 8-7411
163rd St. Shopping Center Office: Call Wl 5-7625
Broward County: Call JA 3-8774
PASSOVER GREETINGS
JOHNNIE & MACE
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
PaintingColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repairs
74 N. E. 20th Street
Phone FR 9-8311
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
The Holiday
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 NE. 125th Street
GREETINGS TO ALL
FROM
BILL-JACK-HERMAN
and MORRIS
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone FR 4-4174
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
319 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Phone FR 3-5373
Miami, Florida
YOU GET MORE CALLS
. WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED
Wo can answer your phone in your own name. Less
than 55 par weak for a full time Telephone Secretary.
ANSWERITE, INC.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
Phone JEfferson 8-0721
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CROWN
LIQUORS
19942 NW 2nd AVE. across the way from cm a ^ouie 441, State Road 7
FREE De'iveries NA 1-6865 FREE Ice Cubes


*tfmistfhrHf^r
Friday, April 2G. 1962
GOLF T: IhMUi four M '.. ; os to March Set
Also Complete Sets Ircrrs & Woo* Hono-MotJ* to Fit Your Swing
r*ACC'C GOLP CLUB GOFF 5 se,vce 1423 roct 0 um BLVO. C. 6.
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pear
. &
Mi ta
li:-rfie*s tarry
FWl 7 CC'JVSf
C\ SABBATH
DINNERS
--..
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F lrs*r-ties
ffc JE 2-4^26
FH PAtMS
[|0rt0r1 \t
owtn
ON HUn MY AI IS* STKH

WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAHS
Lounge Entertainment
rW> HOST J0 COrff*
1
Wetter
l850UJeuneiW.
CONGEES
ME i
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
AIT IRUNS. C*-Owiwr
ONDMFUL *OSLD Of ENTERTA.NMEST:
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Pi- >-*--. '*% -"- i- i i :-= i:re;
DKflft MMBni| -:.:- --- :4. OH Mas I'*-. ** mad
19S -3* ::-- *- s-- i- A S-i aad = ? *:'. i
kjltf *' Si------. x:'ir W.
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SPORTS STUFP
it Rabin.
i a i
The latter had ccme long wy, to play in the top bracket of
hr class. In men's Oils A, Dr. Milton Labat took top noners, Ml
Sardy Burns the runner-up. Class B topoe' es Geor9 Ftjntjmjn.
rith lr/.r.g Rubin the Wfup, Class C ranfktr ws V:eto' Fried-
man, end Sim RosenfieW, "Mr. Music Man cf Miami Beach," earned
runner-vp horte-s
:
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1.00
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r starting ti
MOVIE TIME: N<
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in Fort 1 Sotabk
r

Pamela Tiffu

Peter SaHara, the 'j. E-.'i< zany, is on screen in Or'y
Two C* t the Mayfair d Sunset.

-
BOTH SIDES OF THE EAY:
.-. -. je of the C
I The kx.
Plaza Seen I ent

: ; in the hand-shaking role, this time ai
collar of the resi Airpoi
Amiable Joe does a big job catering to private par including
and other social eva U
p.m to 1 a.m. mghtl;
Wasn't met Artemey SHirley Wootf. crrent Bette Barrh and her
husband George Martin dining the other night at King Arthur's
Court? Bell relaxing before commencing a nationwide nitery tour
The Atomic Cotnia." Jimmie Leed- is the new rave sensation
comedy and variety star opening at the Place Pigalie. A decidedly aif
Cerent personality with material fit to delight anyone and e%'
from 8 to 80 years old.
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
I
real a mock o
t oey nWe o4 ffea dan or ***.;.
get JAFplN SU1SSE
jomcv *iaza MOTan. tM Sired atf Caaas areara*aae> lea* t
stat
STAR Dairy, Veg. & Pish Restaurant
tecuT. v -
SERVING STRICTLY PASSOVER FOODS
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNERS
+ 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 )f
ORIE-RWOUSt
A DINING PLACE Or DISTINCTION,
THE ONLY PLACE FOR
"DOUBLE"
PORTERHOUSE STEAKS
a roM'itti menu or fine foqcs
Ho*r i-" *l *rr Kott
At A-t ft c*
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
C-,-, 1 U-d SI -."-! S Mil* Hr
P-.-r C S 1621

HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
I0SNII CATEIIIS VHa
frew fcen aueevre* fa a caaaarfetf BwIM
170 N.W. 5th ST.. MIAMI PHONE FR 4 2655
Under the Supervision o* the U.K.A.
OPEN HOOSt VtEHMHGS BAR aUTZVAHS IKEPT10N1
I KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT

? 1451 COLLINS AVENUE "." TTS Phone JE 1-1*71
PASSOVER MEALS SERVED
DURING ENTIRE WEEK
HOLIDA 3REET -.3S
MFRLINO
TaNm,IZrNG TALIAN CUrSrNF 4 p.m. to 1 am.
1990 NE 123-d STREET Phone PL 8-9431
Sci's Sirictiy Kosher"= Meat Market
"WATCH 0U* D4ftY SPfCf4tS"
7446 Ccllins Avenue, Miami Beach
Tel-phine UU 6-6226
HOLIDAY MEALS
SERVED DURING
THE ENTIRE WEEK
OF PASSOVER
Ar-Cona. UN 6-6043 fre* fork
940 71st STREET
Under Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth
^tjGUST hAOS RV|-
i]
FISH WIWi'RKrKT
Handsomest Seafood Restaurant
anywhere in the world!!!
LUNCHEON Irom B5C
SERVED FROM 11:4S A.M.
DINNER from 2-25
Urn, cinenJiip n COCKTAIL LOU NOB AcpN
feWMi Tout Siraari PMOatBU awtMfWMaa
Rntjurant 866-8688 f"
1900 N. Bay Causeway (71SL Causeway) Miami Beach
OPEN EVERT NIGHT
GREETINGS
G. & S. LUNCHEONETTE
SALLY'S SPECIAL LUNCHES
GOOD FOOD
SERVICE
BEER TO TAKE OUT
2650 SW 37th AVE.
Ph. 448-1374
A Happ/ Passover to All
M. Glenn Tut tie

USiNESS rNSUftANCt
SPKIAIIST

814 Ainsley Bldg.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
s. II. KRESS
A CO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washinerton Avenue


Friday. April 20, 1962
* iMMfffi n^ridfi^/n
Fcce 15-B
Sussman, 43
Passes Away
William Sussman, 43, of 3701 Pine
tree dr., died Saturday, Apr. 14. He
came here 15 years ago from New
York, and was an architectural and
civil engineer.
A graduate of Columbia Univer-
sity and Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, he was past president
of the M.I.T. Alumni Club of South
Florida.
At the time of his passing, Mr.
Sussman was vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, honorary president of
the Beach Branch of the Center*
a member of the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, chairman of
the Welfare Planning Council,
and a trustee of Temple Emanu-
El.
He was also chairman of the cap-
ital needs committee of the Com-
munity Center here.
Surviving are his wife, Beatrice;
a son, Donald; and daughter,
Felice. Services were Sunday,
Apr. 15, at Riverside Memorial
Georce; in
Ait. 11
Noi mar
.-.i-t.-rs. Mis. sheila lin-ke
Is Vnnii. Service! were
in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
u isle.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
li. d
ALBERT SASSON
,f I21 i m.i bi., ..i...ni Beach,
Apr, i'1. I'-- i nm in iT yearn
Pirn 'uni Xc York I'll} and was .1
retired costume lew -i wner.
......pmner ..'' 1 li, Si phacdlc
.1, wish O iii r. Survivli g an la wife,
"- -, vioes
were Ami 12 In Riverside Memorial
l ...., -1. 1U1 1
BEN
,,r -r li
Apr. 11.. He 1 .mi
lit.in l.i-i anon, r.
. I ; 1 1
TUCK
\T| .--,i IV i.-h. died
li- re 11 years ago
. iiMl whs a retlr-
*. ;!' III, 111 -
In r of Hi- Miami Beach American Le-
sion, Jewish War Veteran*, and Tun-
. 1. y. t ,.,i 1 iii
wife, Helen; two -mis. Russell and
Nuimaii.
Ins M*s. Harrltl Lake. Bervlcea were
in l.el-ani.n with local arrangements
l.y Newman pjne*'al Home.
ii.i.
EUa: two sons, Dr. Victor 11. Blum-
Ui rg Binl Kami] I'.ltinihcrg: three grand-
iliil.i-ii and three great-grandchil-
dren. Services were under direction
of Uoi'don Fun,nil llnme.
LOUIS LEVINE
of 815 Buolld ave, died Apr. t.
line here Hi years ago from Cli
Ml. Nebo Cemetery.
He
eVe-
Chapel, Alton rd., with burial in land; o.nnd wa a'retired .tailor. He
was a member ol the Workman's
rircle 892; the International loathes
Uarmonl Workers Union, and a life
ini-inliei- of the Aineil.an Medical Cen-
iii of Denver. Surviving are his wife,
Ri se; a daughter, Mis. Lillian
Schwarts; two brothers including Sol;
two sons and seven grandchildren,
s'eixiceg were Apr 1" in Gordon l-'iin-
eral Home.
MRS. FRANCES SHAPIRO
ilT hi .1.7 Euclid ave., died Apr. .
She came In 1. 20 years ago from New
Vi ik. Surviving are her husband,
David; I"" brothers Including Bam
Ku'ler; a sister, Mrs. Anna Rnsen-
Hi.m. and a h n Services were Apr.
in in Riversllli Men...rial Chapel. Al-
. n r
Reisman Rites
Held on Beach
Albert Reisman, 49. of 961 W.
48th St., Miami Beach, died Apr.
14.
He came here 36 years ago from
Atlanta, and was a supervisor for
National Brands of Miami. He was
a member of Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge.
Surviving are his wife, Charlotte;
two sons. Terry and Fdwin; his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reis-
man; and a sister, Mrs. Terry Mill-
er Services were Apr. 15 in New-
man Funeral Home.
MRP. VERONICA M. TURNER
nf (11182 'dan Creek t'r, Miami
Reach ,P- '"'- e.,r>" hero
13 years ago from Syracuse, N. v.,
..,,!...' i i -'le was
a member of the Retarded children's
vssn y ii. \ ii an ii i i nbband,
Joseph; a dayi Ittei. A'r. Martens
i ,ue v rtreenfltld. and two grandchil-
dren Services were Apr. 12 In Riv-
erside Me.....rial Chpel. Normandy
Isle. ____________
MORRIS UNGOR
M. of 065 KW 19th St., died April 9.
li came her. It years ago from New
York City and was a jewelry sales-
man. He was a member of the Blon-
ds Handbaii ami Jewelry Assn. and
Knlghls if I'vlliias Snrvn'iii; are Ins
wife, Lillian: a daughter, Airs. Blythe
Plshkin; a son and a sister. Servie.-s
were Apr li In Oordon Funeral Home.
LAWRENCE J. SCHLOSS
It, "f SM 8W 15th st.. died Apr. I.
li, came here 10 years ago from Bris-
tol, Conn., and was a graduate of
Miami High School. Surviving are
his parents. Air. and Alls Alexander
Schlnss, and n brother. Joel K Serv-
ices were
Home.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice herebj given by the un-
dersigned that on .Max I. 1862, at J
p.m. at Palm Motors and Garage, 1430
Palm Avenue, Hlaleah, the following
car will be Bold at auction for tow-
ing ami storage charges; 1955 l-dooi
Dodge Sedan owned by J. t>. Golden
20 N. W, 80th St.. Miami.
ID. No. 347 :,7S 28; Lien nnimiiitliiis
to 8184.1 "
DEKA, Inc.
d h ., Cum Alnloi's and
Uarage
4/20/21
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DlbSOLUTiON
In the Name ana oy tne Authority
oi the State of i-iona.i
in ALL. in hnuJI Tutor. I'l'.I.S-
i:NTs SHALL i'iUIH, tjKKi-.Tl.MiS:
Whereas, r.Dl.AKll UnlliA, .UI-
AMI 111-.,,Cli. M.OUIUA, HARRIET
i.niK.s.- MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA,
K I RT \\ I.I.I.ISil'll, .Ul.t.lll bCAl II,
! luUIIia, nil on the 18th da) "I
June, .vi> 1958, cause to in- incorporat-
ed under tne laws of the State of
Molina EDWARD COHEN, INC.. a
corporation, with its principal place oi
business at aiia.ui HEAi ii, ninii
< i>l .\TY, in the state ol Florida, and
whereas such corporation did uu the
i.,in ua> in April, a.i>. i6i, cause to
be theu in the office of the Secretary
ol Stale of the Stale of Florida, the
uocumentury authority required under
Section 8US.27, Florida Statutes, show-
ing itie dissolution ol such corporation.
.now, therefore, the Secretary of
States doea hereby certify to the fore-
going and that ne is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied with.
i.v wri.M-.ss WHEREOF, l have
hereunto set my hand aim have at fix-
en the ureal Seal of the state or "' .
I i.iil.i.i. al lalialiassi e. the Capital,
Hits the thirteenth day of April. A.U.
[w>2.
ni.M ADAMS
(SEAL,) .-eeietaiy of Slate
WLLI.iSCH & DiiCUHEKTY
141b Congress llldy,
4/20/02
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY t '-
Ihe in. I-'- gned, di 'Iring I -
btislne s ..mi. r Ihe flctftlo -
Vi ... T N Eltl'Rl'/ES ai .- M -
-.ill.- 1 i Ive, M. iml !' "
,,, in i, 1st, r said with
Circuit C
l '.<
the Clerk of '
'''""" n!KlAVARD .1. MARKUS
. w I f
Englandi r ... d ii nett, ,
\'i,. i mi Lin In Road Bids;.
Miami I'- .. i, Florl 'a
ATtorneyn fi r Al & T Ent.
NOTlCd GY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCL' T COURT OF T,H,-_
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUiT C-
FLORIDA ,N AND FOR D"DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1238
HAAKlNA M. W.M.MI,
Plaintiff
\ s,
FRANCIS IV W tl.SH,
Defendant.
SU1"I FOR DIVORCE
TO; I-If \N-cTs !, WALSH
Address unknown
You, FRANCIS B. WALSH, I -
h.reby notified that a Bill of Co -
i plaint for I i* orce has Di "
against you, nn
ei >' i.....pj nl
Ing to Hi- r. 'i
Plaintiffs attor
i.-_:, E 'Hi Ive.,
the
Apr. 3 in Oordon Funeral
ii
of 3"ifl
I Apr
MRS. SADIE S. MARKS
if 1575 u. si avi Miami Beach,
\ || She came hei ll > ears
i'i-.hm helrotl and was s member
Una' It'iiih Auxiliary. Surviving
nun, li ,i i.hi a daughter, Airs
....... i 'rani and ...... grandchild.
ecu we, e In I v irla, 111., a Ith local
..... Rlvi rslde Mi mortal
lliapel.
I lei
of
DR. ALFRED
nf !.;!_' i ,i
\pi :
BLUMDERG
do, Co al liable
.1 \pi : Born in Ten< sva r, Hun-
gary, In- e .ii- t" the I'llil, il SI 111 I
i,r: .IM,i 'practli e I mi dii ine In Sail
i i City, I'tah, and Ashevllle, N.C,
h, f( ri enti ring active \i m: duty in
I; n al ''amp Shi-lh> and Ft i irapg.
Vftei World War II. in- mi nl i" kores
as director of medical i lucatlon for
i,,n arm) i" fon e ng re-
II. i to the C.S 1.-. the V.\ in 1947.
\i the time nl his death, he "as do-
iri-h at V'arlct) Children
Hospital, li.n ing I. tired ill the rank
..-' colonel. Surviving are his wife,
MRS. CARRIE MARKS
92, of 1500 nl.. .Miami Bi ach, died
Vpr. 10. She came here 20 years ago
from New York. Surviving are a son.
Ueil .. ..nl a daughter Dorothy.
Services were n New York with local
arrnsementx by Riverside Memorial
Chapel.
MISS MARY P. KOTLER
IS, .a -li Nn. Shore dr., .Miami
Reach, ''iiii Apr. 10, sin- came here
12 years ago from New York City.
Surviving are her parents, Air. and
Airs, .laei.h S. Kotler; a brother.
SAM PATO
Euclid ave.. .Miami B< Sell
,; He eanie here IS ears
New York and was a re-
tired i ker' owner, He was a mem-
ber "f the i Idd Fellow J. Sun Ivlng are
his wile. Sarah, two nuns Including
H two brothers, two sisters, a
daughter, n grandchildren and three
: .i lanilehililn n. .-'.. v ii es I i'I In
Sew Turk with locnl arrangements
b) Rlvi rsldi Me i m lal I "hapi I.
HARRY SPIVACK
"2, of 935 9th St., Miami Beach, died
Apr. ii. Me came here 25 Yeai
from N.-w York nd was an apa I
meiit house owner. He sras a member
,.f Workmen's CPcle, .Miami Beach.
Surviving a.-' hi- \l*e, Ida; a inr-''-
iii Mrs. Evelyn Decky, and two
grandchildren. Services were Apr. 8
' in Riverside Memorial Chanel, Alton
| nl.
MRS. RAY FRIEDMAN
9)g0 Abbott av... Surfslde. died
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11 TH JUDICIAL CirtUUII IIM
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCLRY.
CASE NO. 62C 3975
jiii;i. i 11 \ \ r./.
L'laintlfl
\ s
ELVIRA BALLESTER CHAVEZ,
i icienuant
NOT iCE OF PUBLICATION
in. i-.i.v IRA i.,\i.i.i:.si'i.i; i ,ia\ i:/..
BAN I.A/.AlU n 1, altos
Havana, Cuba.
YOl i.i.i lu.v dALLESTER i ii \\
Y.i.. San Lasaro jil, AllOS, Havana,
Hep oi i'i...... are required to file your
itiibwer t'i tne comp.aint lor uivorce,
I with the Clerk ol the above Court, and
.. i ,, a cop) thereoi upon ll..... V. Ne-
Igietti, uilorne) 910-11 Congress Bldg .
in .\. k. 2nd Avenue, .Miami, tloiiua,
U.S.A. on or De..... Ma) 21, H"i'-, or
else complaint iii be taken as con-
i. ssed.
i ., i.d, this l-'tli day .,1 April, 19S2.
i-.. a. i.i:a iilKKAlA.N. clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, norida
(seal) Ai- >"AYAl.AlUS
lieputi Clerk
4/20-27-5 i-il
lired i
ni- Answer or Pli .
f Complaint on tne
\ Charles M. Kelly,
Hlaleah, Ha., and
file the original Answer or Pieadl j;
In the o.fi < if the Clerk o( the i
cult conn .-ii in before ihe l,th oay
of May, 1912. if you fail to do
iitduinent by default will he tal I
against vou f'"' the relief denianUed
the Bill of Complaint.
shall be published o a
each week for four consecutive w I
In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
IiiiNI-: VND ORDERED at Mis I.
I |,, ida. tills '.'lb day nf April, AD.,
1962.
E. is. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dane County. Florl .
II 'irellit CoUl I 8i all
! n. A. lli:u ETT,
i ii piny Clerk.
i rail, s M. Kelly,
|"25 E. IHi Vvi line.
Hlaleah, Florida
Attorni v for rialntiff .
I 13-20-27, 4
Baaasaassass A,n CONDITIONED ^
B0ULEVARD BEALTB SALON
SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINETS COLONICS
MONDAY thru SUNDAY 9 a.m. 7 p.m.
2080 BISCAYNE BLVD. Out-Calls Ph. FR 3-1252
of
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I I
the under* gned, desiring '- engi
business under the fictitious name f
IMPERIAL HOMES al 20fi N I
\ i. ii in Si th Miami, Floi Ida Inti
to !' glstl s.i i-1 na..... w iih Ihl Clt I K
,,i ii,. circuit Court of Dad< Coun ,
Flm Ida.
AMERICAN STANDARD, INC.
Rj : Edmund N. Aii.-in. In.-.
KANNER A K \NNCIt
R} \a' on Al. Kami, r
Utorneys for American Standard, 1
I", H,. .ii Ity Tr isi Bldg.
.Miami :,:'. Florida ,. ,
I 13-20-27, i I
Apr. ">. She came here 11 years ago
ri a .in New York. Surviving an hei
husband, Karl; a brother, Louis Les-
ser; a son and two daughters, Serv-
ices were Apr 8 In Riverside Memor-
ial Chapel, Normandy Isle.
HILDA TANGER
! of W!1 NE 182nd St.. No. -Miami
Beach, died Apr. 8. She eanie hame
eight years ago from Providence, R.l
Surviving an- her husband, Harry:
two sons; two daughters. Airs. Sandra
S.id.rnian and Alls. Selma Resnlck;
a brother and ii grandchildren. Serv-
,.. w.i.- Apr. h Iii Riverside Memor-
ial Chapel, Douglas rd.
in the Circuit court of the
i1th judicial court. in
AND FuH UAUE COUNTY,
FLUHlOA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 0ZC 4CJ1
I- KA.NCIsa ii .Mi i.sTua,
l'laintlfl
l's
VERONICA S. -MONTHS,
inlendant
NOUCfc OF PUBLICATION
Tie \ r.Kli.Ml-A S. MONTHS,
1,1 West 162 Street. Apartment 08
New I oi K City it, New link
Yi>l Vhllti.Ml'A *. MO.NTKB,
7l West lot street, Apartment
,.s. New Vi.r.i City, ",|K- ""'
required to Hie your answer to Ihe
11.n,p.an........Ivorce, with the i lei K
ei in, above I!outt. and serve a "i11
11 1 .-,,i upon limo i'. Is egret 11, ai -
I..U1.-V. 9W-11 Congress Bldg., Ill N.H.
mi Avenue, .Miami, eiorida, on or ie-
lore May 21, 1962, or else complaint
\ hi be taken as contessed.
i.ated tnis l.lth day ol April. 1962
K. ti. I.KAIIIKKAI AN, link
1 'in hi i'iiui 1, 1 lade 1 mint.,, i-101 Ida
,., all Al- CAVAl.AKIS
|lepill> Clerk
I 20-27-5 1-1!
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OTVEN mat
iii, undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious namt f
SNAPI'Y'S al 2507 N.W. .'.Till Sir. ',
.Miami. Florida ii.lends to register
-aid name with the Clerk of the lr-
e.ni Court of Hade County, Florida.
CI'T PRICE SURPLUS CENTER.
INC.
By; Edmund N. Ansln, l'n sldent
KANNER .v KANNER
B) Aaron Ai. Kanner
Attorneys for
Cut I'M.- Surplus Center, Inc.
245 Seem ity Trust Bldg.
Miami 32, l-'la.
4/1S-20-27, I
Jvra perfect ^
f{ealtfi<>nOiinho(i&aij 3
In this picturesque and delightful setting,.experience t">
th most beneficial and enjoyable holiday you
have ever known as you luxuriate at The Arlington.
Bathe away all your aches and pains due to
tension and fatigue In the world-famous, radioactive
ermal waters of Hot Springs right in The Arlington...
relieve rheumatism, arthritis and high blood pressure
m in our fabulous, twin-cascade, temperature-
controlled pools.. .dance.. .and be entertained.
Golf at 111 best with Club privileges on three
-hole courses new brilliant Tifton greens. Fishing
and all wafer sports on three nearby lakes.
Plenty of night life In Hot Springs.. .galaxy of
name entertainers.
low ratet end btoullful soles brochure
will to Edgor Moy, Monojer
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK r. IS lii-.lti-.ni Gl\ i-.n that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage
in business unaer the rictitlous name
oi St PEHIOK LINEN H 1-1 KNlTLKi.
, i iMI'ANY ii '" N. W. list Street,
\li mi .'." I-1 a Intends to reglsli i
Lam name with the Clei'K. ol the
; .,i, ,',,, i ,,i iM.i, Count). I ."' Ida,
SCI'KRIOR LINEN CO., INC.
a New Vurk Corp. auth
t,, iio business In tin- Btatt
Klorlda Interest i.....i
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorne) for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
I L'n-.'., .i.l-ll
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enitage In.
business under the fictitious name of
DECORATIVE I I.ANTS, INC al 1141
Snnsel Drive, South .Miami. Florida
Intends in reiii.-n r said name wlih
tin i Hi rk -.I iin I'iriuii Conn of
I lade County, Florida.
ARTISTIC PLANT AND
FLOWER CO,
And. > I i. i I '. i Bid) nl
MARVIN I. WIENER
HI ; ,,. -: j Bldg Miami 32, l-'la.
. for Artist .. riant and
I-1 .* i i i'...
i 1S-20-27, : 4
i n-
ii
ol
BATHS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 3747
\ 1I.KAI TABAK,
Plaintiff,
HOTEL and
HOT SPRINGS
NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS
PEARL TABAK,
Defendant, .__
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: PEARL TABAK
i.;i Bllloti Place
Bronx, N.w York.
Ymi PEARL. TABAK. are hereb)
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
i.n.l you are i. nuir- .1 to -..' a copy
,,i your Answer oi l'n.elm': to the
BUI of Complaint on the plalnlin s at-
,, rney, SAM BLOOM. -' S. i-
\venue, Miami. Florida, b id I
. p ii inswei oi i'U sdlns m
il the Clerk ... th Cl 11 Lourt
,.,, ,,, before the loth i "' Ma),
If eou fall to .;. i idgment
;.....fault will hi I I i lsl you
-..,- ;l. relief d. I. .11 lid. I III IhS SHI
,1 i iiniilainl.
I hi notice shall cl oi ce
, ,, I, ,.,k for four coi weeks
1,1 1BWIS1I i ,..'.'!.'i N.
In INK \NI> ORDERED ... Miami,
thl 8th da) of Vprii, ail,
"K I'- LBATHBHM N Cli rk,
, ,.. ii i 'ourt, Dade County, Florida.
bTn.a'Iiewett
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ni i ru i: is iiereby given n. t
thi n r .!!. .i. deslrlnc to engage In
business undei the fictitious name ol
T\\ IN CITY R13ALT1 CO. TWIN
CITY REALTY at 1220 lth Street,
Miami Reach, Florida intend to reg-
,i ...hi, a iih iln Cli rk ol the
..i I iade i 'emit v l-'loi ..la.
Ml IRTI IN WEISS
MAGDALINA WEISS
ANIIREW MANDEL,
I 11.i.l \N MANDEL
Iwnei s
SEGl IR
fi r Applicant!
I 1J-10-27, 5 I
i irculi
li iSEPH
An... ne)
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 55623
IN RE EstaU .i
' Ei I. (8HER,
I i asi .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Th All Creditors .....' ah Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate .
you a'i hereby notified and requu'i .1
I,, pies.-in an> claims ami demands
I i. which you msi have against the estate
i i.i-.t i i.. ASI. ER, deceased late of
l iade County, ih rid.i. to ihe County
hale. ... I adi i nt> and file the
same In duull nd as provided i^
Section ... .1. Florida Btatuti
their offlci in the County Ccun -
llOUSI .11 I ad. '
,i |j nli ndai months t om thi
ol the flral publli ... loi hi re f, the
same Wl I be bi i d
Dati .. H Ml ..ni Florida, ti
da) ... A| rll A n. 1962.
I I M V VSI
LEO a asih;k. .lit.
As Exei
BYRON I. SPARBBR,
120 I In. In Rd., Miami Beach, Ki. .
\i i,., a, > for Ex< eiitoi s
i I 1-20-27, ..'4


Pcrge 16-B
*jnisfncrndR&n
Friday, April 20. \^
UNDER THE STRICT AND
CONSTANT LOCAL RABB IN/CAL SUPERVISION Of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
21st DAY
APRIL
17th DAY
NISAN
H'OL HAMO'ED
All Food Fair Kosher Stores Are
Closed on Wednesday and Thursday
The management and employees extend to you and your families
A JOYOUS AND
FESTIVE PESACH
For your shopping convenience we will be open
the following
STORE HOURS FOR WEEK OF APRIL 22nd:
SUNDAY MONDAY 8:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.
10th & Washington Ave. Store Only TUESDAY 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
7 A.M. to 7 P.M. FRIDAY 8:30 A.M. to 3 P.M.
CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, DIRECTOR
REV. JACOB B. KATZ
REV. VELVEL SH'JLMAN
MORRIS GROGER
DAVE SACHS
KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSE.
Sales Manager: ABE NOVAGRADSKY
STORE MANAGERS
LEON LEFKOWITZ GEORGE KLEIN SIDNEY SUGARMAN
MURRAY BERG AL WAGNER
Supervisor: PHILLIP KATZ
NOW 6 KOSHER MEAT STORES!
2091 Coral Way, Miami
19th St. at Alton Road
163rd St. Shopping Center
Coral Way at S.W. 87th Ave.,
WESKHESTER SHOPPING PLAZA
10th St. & Washington Ave.
2662 Hollywood Blvd.,
HOLLYWOOD
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


fli
"dewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 20, 1962
Section C
i
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Passover Seen as Birthday of Jewish People
i
By MEIR CHARNIAK
WE are told, in our ancient
scriptures, that "every person
in every generation must regard
himself as having been person-
ally freed from Egypt." This
means, of course, that the Jewish
Feast of Passover has a special
meaning for all Jews. It is not
merely an occasion for a family
gathering, a Seder, which is fre-
quently glorilicd in story and in
song. It commemorates, as a Brit-
ish-Jewish scholar (Morris Jo-
seph) once wrote, "a deliverance
which transformed a horde of
slaves into a people." And if you
acknowledge that with the Exo-
dus from Egypt the Jewish nation
was established, well, then, Pass-
over is the birthday of the peo-
ple of Israel! .
Berl Katzenclson. one of the
leading Zionist leaders and think-
ers in Palestine (before Israel
was born) observed about the
Haggadah and the Bible story of
the Exodus that "I am not ac-
quainted with a literary creation
which can evoke a greater con-
tempt for slavery and love of
freedom than the narrative of the
bondage and Exodus from Egypt.
And I do not know of any other
ancient memory so entirely a
symbol of our present and future,
as the 'memory of the Exodus
from Egypt.' "
Sm Personal Memorial*
Rabbi Philip Goodman, in his
latest book "The Passover An-
thology" (JPS), has culled the
above observations and thousands
more in a volume which, in all,
highlights the excitement, mean-
ing and overwhelming impor-
tance of Passover to the Jewish
people.
But 1 should like, at this time,
to veer away from the literary
and from the historical, to recall
personal memories related to
Passover and the Passover story,
Continued on Pago H-C ^


Page 2-C
+Jcnist fknAMati
Friday. April 20. 1962
Oar Pleasure Is Serving Yon
with finality Workmanship
and .Materials
ii r v v t i tj $
JAMES L. WALL
WALL PLASTERING CO.
PLASTERING CONTRACTORS
PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL WORK
LICENSED & INSURED
PLASTERING LATHING ITOCCO
Office Hours Mon.-Fri. S to 5
355 West 29th Street
Phone MU 1-6171
Hialech, Florida
UttniHGS TO OUI MANY WINDS
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH FLORIDA
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
"A frifily Homk-
Home Loans Apartment Loans
COMMERCIAL AND s
MORTGAGE LOANS
TO BUILD TO REFINANCE TO MfY
LOW INTEREST RATES FREE INSPECTIONS
R. K. COOPER, Inc.
2733 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
Phone Hi 4-4611 Coral Gables, Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS .
THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
GENERAL INSURANCE
I. II. WOODSMALL, JR.
02 N.E. 124th St. North Miami Phone PL, 40*15
TO ALL GREETINGS
BAC CONSTRUCTION. INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
744 NW 72nd AVE. CA 6-1222
SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS

Victor L. Buscaino
John Aiello
Nickolas Contn
GREETINGS .
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The Meaning of the Counting of the Ome
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Bf DR. BLANCHE KA7Z3'.
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perud of seau-moui I -
slain fr\>m wedding- and rejoic-
ing, except on the 13:b at [yar.
which i5 the 33rd day of Omer
when there was a cessation ot
plaaue in Akibas age ar.d
Bar-Koehba won a great victory
over the Roman persecutors This
day. Lag Be-Omer. is another : = -
commemorating a victon-
Orr.e: Table 19th century European calender. The
toe to bottom indicate that this is the tenth day of the Omei
0T0O8 week and three days since the beginning of the seven-
moak period between Passover and Shavuoth.
for independence.
The counting of the Omer is
done toward the close of the eve-
ning service on the first day ol
Passover We recite "Lo, I am
about :o fulfill the affirmative
precept of the counting of the
Omer as it is written in the Tor-
til And ye shall count unto you
he morrow after the day
of rest from the day that we
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they shall be. unto the morr A
the seventh week shall ye num-
ber fifty days Leviticus 23:
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And we recite the blessing!
Blessed art Thou. 0 Lord our
God. King of the Universe. who
hast hallowed us by Th> com-
mandments and ha?'. -
command concerning the
ing of the Omer." An omer i> a
half gallon of barley, the firsl tfl
ripen of the gram- -
ter. it was solemnly cut in 'rie
field and the yield 01 I
was brought .o the sand ai
a token of gratitude to the Lord of
the harvest.
The 3rd day of this period Lag
Be-Omer. is celebrated 3< a hall
holiday and all reatrictivi
\alid for other days art sus-
pended, for it commemorates :n
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Friday. April 20. 1962
*Jc*isti florid/aw
Page 3-C
Rare Haggadahs Behind the Iron Curtain
By ALFRED H. PAUL
1$ you tell your children the
** age-old story of the liberation
of the ancient Hebrews from
Egyptian bondage, would you
like to illustrate the history with
liowing exactly where the
Maves fleeiny Egypt had crossed
the Red Sea, the lortueus paths
Ihey wound through the Sinai
Desert for 40 years, the spot
where they crossed the Jordan to
t-nter Palestine, and the disposi-
tion of Israel's tribes in their land
of milk and honey?
There is such a map in exis-
tence. All you have to do is to get
c.n accredited scholar to go to the
library of Hebraica and Judaica,
:.t New York University, and ask
for the scholar who is director of
that library. He also holds the
chair of Hebrew culture at the
university. His name is Prof.
.Abraham I. Katsh.
The map mentioned here is in
. n eld Haggadah. There are other
unique cv it ions of the Haggadah
. the library run by Dr. Katsh.
are not originals but they
ulmed copies of the originals
on microfilm.
Historical Material
Prof Katsh has devoted years
if study, research and highly
complicated negotiations to ob-
tain microfilmed copies of these
very old Haggadahs as well as
of many thousands of other
printed books and manuscripts.
Through his unique efforts, many
thousands ot such ancient books,
manuscrip's and documents may
now be studied by Western schol-
ars. He has brought to this country
a mass of Jewish historical ma-
terials which, until he started his
project, were virtually unattain-
able unless one traveled to Lenin-
grad. Moscow or Budapest and
obtained the permission of the
Communist authorities to search.
One finds among his treasures
the filmed Haggadah which, in
parallel columns, tells the story
of Passover in four-languages:
Hebrew. Judeo-German (the old
est form of Yiddish), Ladino, and
purest Italian (in Hebrew charac-
ters). One runs the film through
an apparatus and sees Haggadah
illustrations that are unique con-
tributions to Jewish art. Some of
these are the traditional illus-
trations that one finds in all mod-
ern copies of the Passover story
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the young son asking the Four
Que.-tions. the picturization of the
manner in which the Passover
Seder was celebrated, and others
with which we are more or less
familiar.
Story the Same
But there are many otheT illus-
trations that one rarely sees on
the Haggadah. There are those
which carry on their front cover
portraits" of Moses and his
brother Aaron. There are others
which illustrate various Biblical
scenesfor instance, one of them
shows Jacob wrestling with the
Angel.
Of extreme interest is this fact,
however: The Passover story as
we know it today really does go
hack many centuries, as shown on
these copies of the Haggadah.
The illustrations may differ in
torm. in skill and artistry, in var-
ious details, some are from wood
cuts, some from copper plates.
But the story is the same; the
Continued on Page 14-C
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THERE i< a cuvim in many ol
' Israels kibbutzim to prepare
for the Seder night T'a:gadah
of their own. dealt-
events ar.d current national .

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i m< that the y
for whose benefit ali this innova-
tion was intended, are about to
settle the point. We are told that
many kibbutzim are now ^intro-
ducing the full text of the tradi-
tiona Haggadahunder the pres-
sure of the kids.
Though not thinking in terms
of Orthodoxy, thev seem to miss
The modern struggle w Passe*




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way strange, world the name of
the town of Bnei Brak which,
thev know, is right near Tel Aviv.
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could not be found ..
iooked for him in thi
chen. in the barn, in the yard No
trace.
For many hours they combed
the area snd finally, in the early
morning hours, found him fast
asleep in a field far away.
Where did he go? Yossi told
them he bad heard that, on each
Seder night the Prophet Eliyahu
(Elijah, visits each Seder and
drinks from a special cup of wine
that is placed for him on the
table Well, we had none
Yossi sa.d with remote '
:o look for Eliyan .
self.
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*Jewist Meridian
Page SC
A Current View of the Passover Holiday
By
RABBI SAMUEL L. SILVER
YOU don't have to be Jewish to
be glad about the Jewish holt-
dajrof Passover.
You know what freedom is,
don't you?
Freedom means the ri^ht to
live where you want to, to wor-
ship as you want to, to have the
respect of other people, to stay
clear of being annoyed by other
people, as Ions as you obey the
law! which are passi I by people
who are elected to ofl
Well, it wasnt like that for the
.i
you can tell from

yyptian J
I the
10.
'. man who put a si
. s M
up in v lalace i
;,.- 1 called their king.
as actually Jewish, but
[n't know it, for he had
brought to the palace when he
was just a baby.
lit lived like a prince, but
when he saw the slavery on all
sides of him he couldn't stand it.
And ne voluntarily left his com-
fortable life, joined the Jews and
led the revolt against Pharaoh.
It is this freeing of the Jews, or
deliverance, to use a harder
word, which the Jewish people
celebrate with the joyous holiday
ol Passover.
We Give Thanks
The Jewish people, thousands
of years ago, "passed over" from
slavery to liberty. It was the first
time in history that a fight for
freedom was fought, and that is
\\h> ihe Jewish people are happy
every Spring when the festival
of Passover rolls around again.
The celebration lasts a week,
with tlie iu>t two nights and the
last two the most important.
On Pass iver there Is a religious
service, in which thanks are said
to God for inspiring all those w ho
labor to bring benefit to other
people.
On the first night of Pas-over,
and the second one too. among
many Jews, there takes pis
Jev -h homes a festive supper in
honor of Passover.
The supper is called the Seder,
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If Daddy is an officer in the U.S. Army, and he has his family
with him where he is stationed, the Passover siory is likeiy
to be told at a Seder held far from the city called home. The
religious school teacher is probably a military chaplain, and
services are held at a chapel on post. Passover thus becomes
meaningful because the National Jewish Welfare Board is on
duty with the serviceman and his family.
which means schedule, and the
schedule is very interesting.
From a book called "The Story"
(in Hebrew, that's Hasgadah) the
things that happened in ancient
Egypt are read. Then different
foods are held up to make the
story more dramatic.
The matzoh, or unleavened
bread, is held up. That's a kind of
a dry cracker, eaten to give the
people a taste of the unappetiz-
ing food which poor people and
slaves eat. That is supposed to
make the eater sympathetic with
the poor and induce him to try
and help [hem. A bitter herb is
also eaten as a symbol of the
bitterness of slavery.
Everyone in the family and
guests at the Seder table also eat
a sprig of greens to recall that
Moses freed his people when the
Spring of the year was coming
around.
Prayer for Freedom
There is singing at the meal,
and prayers arc said, and at the
end there is even a game.
The last words spoken at the
Seder Ere: "Next year at this
time may all the people on earth
be free."
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Amtell fhridiair
Friday. April 20. 19S2
THE MAYOR
AND
CITY COUNCIL
OF
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
extend the nope oj a
Ao/y ana happy /^r 55 ev-
er
to all those of
the Jewish faith.
1962-5722
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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The Jewish Exodus from Ancient Singapore
By JOSEPH G. SASSOON
SINGAPORE'S Jewish commu-
nity, that once helped to
transform the island from a fish-
ing village into w*>at iljs Loday
a bustling center of interna-
tional tradeis rapidly dwindling.
What was a community of 1.400
Jews after :he Second World War
has now shrunk to 600 Many fam-
ilies, during the past few years,
have left for Israel. Australia.
Britain and the I'nited States to
sef.le down to new lives Others
continue to leave.
Why are the Jews of Singapore
primarily of Sephardic origin
leaving this great. British.
Southeast Asian port, which has
been a haven of refuge, security
and racial tolerance during the
pas: 132 years?
The answers to the question,
according to Frank Benjamin, edi- Publisher of Life Magazine, C. D. Jackson (left), receives the
tor of the Singapore Menorah Club Joey Award of great humanitarian service from Arthur B
(youth organization bulletin, lies Lorber (right), president of Jewish National Home for Asthmatic
in three main reasons: Children at Denver. Looking on are (second from left) Henrv
u .Th.eyuleav! Singa,po" ou\* Cabot Lodge and Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
a belief that they and their chil- T7 i ou <
dren will be able to lead fuller Abraham I
lives in Western communities and
will have greater opportunities
in education and employment.
2. They leave because others
who have left are encouraging
them,
3. Many that have left have
done so out of a feeling of inse-
curity. They feared that the pres-
ent government of this self-gov-
erning state was moving towards
Communism.
Coma as Traders
However, the government's re-
cent declaration that it was non-
Communist, and its decision to
merge with Malaya, which has
an anti-Communist government,
has allayed the fears of many
people, Mr. Benjamin concluded.
(Singapore lies at the southern
tip of the Malayan Peninsula. The
foreign policy of the island is still
controlled by Britain).
The prosperous Little Jewish
community began settling in
Singapore around 1830. They
came to Singapore as traders and
merchants from India. Baghdad,
and the Middle East. Singapore,
founded in 1819. was at the time
making great strides as a port.
Tooay tne community maintains
two large synagogues, but is find-
ing it difficult to hold daily serv-
ices because of a lack of a mm-
yan. And, as the community dwin-
dles many of the synagogue's
beautiful, silver-embossed torah
scrolls are being sent to Israel.
There is no trace left of Singa-
pore's first synagogue, built
around 1840. However, in the
heart of Chinatown there is a
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while the youth, who are mori
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munity.
Of late, an increasing numb
of the youth have moved awa/
from their fathers' businesses
and have gone into professional
occupations teaching, account,
ancy. law and engineering.
A Talmud Torah is run tot
young children, who are taugn:
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This activity by the board a-1
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nity. The community had bee
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war.
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dent of the board for several
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* Jenisfi FIcridRan
Page 7-C
A Former Catholic Crusades for Judaism
By JEFFREY HART
EN this country on a second Amer-
ican tour. Abraham Carmel is
busily engaged as he travels
i round the country, in writing a
new book on the subject of com-
parative religion. It should be a
(.nod one, for who is more quali-
1 led'to write on the subjecfoftHe
world's major religions than this
man who was born a Protestant,
became a Catholic priest, and is
today an orlhodox Jewish lay-
man.
Speaking largely before Jewish
(.rnupsHillel Foundations, Jew-
?h community centers and syna-
j. -lies on a tour booked by the
National Jewish Welfare Board
Lecture Bureau, the dark-haired,
', i spectacled, fifty one year old
i nglishman preaches conversion
the conversion of Jews to Ju-
< aism.
A man who believes Judaism
eeds someone to do for it what
Billy C.rdham does for the Christ-
an religion, Carmel says: "Of the
live and a half million American
Jews, 1 would say that at least
two million don"t know they're
.lews. They know nothing about
Judaism, and have simply be-
come racial Jews, with none of
ihe positive traditions and moral
tallies of Jewry. Jews must be
\.on back to the traditions of Ju-
daism, they must find a new com-
mitment to the traditions of their
Jaith."
The story of Abraham Carmel,
'he Jew, is not a simple one; nor
it it a story easy of acceptance.
1 lit the fr.cts seem to validate the
belief that he is one of the chosen
people only because he chose to
cj'o so. The saga of his life, the
story ol his revelation and con-
version to Judaism, is told in an
I .i:o-biography, "So Strange My
lath." published in London by
the MBY Foundation.
Dramatic Religious Journey
Born in Greenwich, London,
England, in 1911 as Kenneth
Charles Cox, the man who has
;dopted the name of Abraham I.
( armel became a Jew nine years
;igo. in 1953. at the age of 42.
when he was officially accepted
by the British Beth Din. This
tep climaxed a dramatic religi-
OUS journey in Mr. Carmel's life
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Rabbi Yakov R. Hilsenrath (third from right), of- Beth Judah
Temple in Wildwood, N.J.. plots his iiight to Israel with help
of Christian clergymen who gave him a trip to Jerusalem to
attend the convention of the World Council of Synagogues
from May 29 to 31. Presentation came during Brotherhood
Week ceremony sponsored by the Temple's Sisterhood.
because he chose to be a .lew only
alter he had lelt the Catholic
priesthood and had studied Bud-
dhism. Hinduism. Mohammedism
and Christian Science before he
made his decision
Brought up as an Anglican, he
became interested in Catholicism
as he sought "authority" in his
religious thinking. He finally
turned to Judaism after studying
the writings of former Chief Rab-
bi Dr Hertz and Professor Klaus-
ner. When asked why, he an-
swers: "In all ether iaiths. :hert
were mediators, tut Judaism
alone has a direct stream to
God."
Carmel was ordain* c as a Cath-
olic priest in 1943. and first served
Rome as a parish priest in the
outskirts of Edinburgh. Scotland.
His main interest was always in
youth work. He served Catholi-
cism as the founder of an "Open
Door Youth Club" which was
highly successful in combating ju-
venile delinquency; today, his
greatest pleasure is addressing
Hillel Foundations and other
youth groups.
"It would be a sad day lor
American Jewry, if it were to lose
its students Thousands of young
Jews on the campuses have prac-
Corrtinued on Page 10-C
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Iliiday. April 20. 1962
*Jewisfi th-ridlian
Page 9-C
strict instructions toward the
strengthening of man's spiritual
life. The story of Passover is a
classic example of the interven-
tion of Divine Power which has
always determined the fate of
i ur people.
Great Parable
Passover, which begins on the
]5th of Nisan (Apr. 19) and lasts
for eight days, is the joyous Fes-
tival of Spring, the annual glor-
ious renewal of Nature's life.
Therefore its strong human ap-
peal is as perennial as spring.
But it is also aa historical festi-
\al commemorating the miracu-
lous redemption of Israel from
Egyptian bondage, which has
hanged the destinies of human-
'V
The moving story, recorded in
the fir.st 15 chapters of Exodus.
,s one of the greatest parables
f mankind. It taught men that
Cod. who in Egypt espoused the
cause <>f brick-making slaves
against a mighty royal oppres-
sor, was a God of Justice and
Freedom and that grim destruc-
tion awaited every tyrant who
denied justice and freedom to the
children of men. Thus, Passover
- as timely today, as it was
thousands of years ago, and has
.. stirring message for all.
To spread a full understanding
1 its eternal significance, our
ancient sages deemed it a sacred
task to begin with the impress-
ible mind of the young, appealing
strongly to the intelligent child.
The most distinctive feature of
the festival is the prohibition of
eating any leavened bread. Only
niatzo"the bread of affliction"
arc allowed.
The Seder Service is opened
by the four questions: father's
answer is a running commentary
of prayers, legends and exhorta-
tions telling the old but ever new
story of the exodus. The Seder is
a typical example of Jewish edu-
cation; the time-hallowed cere-
monies become object lessons in
religion and sacred history. The
Haggadah teaches us: "Every
Jew should regard himself as if
he had personally come out of
Egypt." The entire ceremonial
tends to the self-identification of
the child with his fathers and to
fostering in his tender soul, the
firm resolve to take his part in
the Jewish present and past.
Turn Back the Clock
In the dark Middle Ages, the
Seder night was a time of terror
to the Jews of Europe. It was
! on the eve of Passover, 1190,
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Sarajevo Haggadah, 14th century.
that the Jews of York, surround-
ed by a murderous mob. resolved
to anticipate slaughter by sui-
cide and perished almost to a
man. From the 12th century on-
ward, the Satanic charge of us-
ing human blood at the Seder
was brought against the Jew by
malevolent fanatics; that foul
libel has been responsible for a
long series of hideous massacres.
In "The Rabbi of Bachrach,"
Heinrich Heine tells us the mov-
ing story of the rabbi and his
wife who had to flee from the
Seder table.
In legends and pictures, the
Haggadah teaches us that free-
dom is the most precious treas-
ure whose value must be learned
anew, year by year, in every
successive generation. Thus the
Seder nights evoke precious his-
toric memories; before our men-
tal eyes the beloved millennia-old
Seder ritual stretches endlessly,
encircling the globe through end-
less generations; it brings to life
the oppressed, beaten slaves cast-
ing off their shackles and raising
their voices in loud praise of
God Almighty, who by a miracle
liberated them and watched faith-
fully over them during their for-
ty years of weary wandering
through the desert, until they
reached Canaan the Promised
Land.
Perennial Mejuge
Thus ends the Seder telling to
the young and old of the heroic
rebellion against oppression and
of the regaining of glorious free-
dom. Throughout the long blood-
stained millennia, Passover has
symbolized the relentless fight
for man's most precious posses-
sionfreedom, whether it meant
flight from a hostile Egypt, res-
Continued on Pg 11-C
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A Former Catholic Crusades for Judaism
Continued frem Page 7-C
tkaJl] w k: -.'.ledge cf tl
student boiy a
priority ; r endeavors VV
must Hillel Foun...
- i ;. : : tail '' .- '' *~
n-.'TlP! "* mj^'
But tl :'
lor \.'
-
-
P.n had 1
bis -
1 D:n
i fficii Jew-
Mr.'
time .
? Jewish stc<>r.riar> sd
from as 1
. :at:on that he took his name.
Except for sixteen months ;n Is-
rael, ar.ri his two speaking tours
in the United States. Carmel is
a housemaster and a teacher of
Latin and English at the school.
In Israel, he studied Hebrew at an
I'lpan jnd was a Talmudic schoi
ar at the Ycshiva Horav Kook
A Special Mission
Completely respectful of Cath-
olicism. Carmel turned away
from it as he developed doubts
about the divinity of Jesus. A
sincere man. he couldn't remain
in the priesthood after he no
longer could accept the church's
belief that the bread and wine of
the sacrament became the body
and blood of Christ.
Ask Abraham Carmel today
why he is a Jew and he will an-
swer: "in Judaism, there is a
complete life cf harmony and un-
ion with God. Every action of the
day is blessed and dignified by the
laws of daily living revealed by
the Heavenly Father direct to hfs
servant Moses."
S:>:-stcry high ORT Vocation Center at Montreuil. Pcr.s ha
jUBl enrolled its one-thousandth student of the current school
veer. She is Michelle (front row left), recently arrived from
her --live Turns, wheie she had planned to become c teach-
er. Now she is studying for a new career at the ORT school.
rmel's Judaism i- completely
orthodox. He is a Strict Sabbath
observer, and a rigid adherent o!
ka.-hruth He takes his Judaism
seriously, and worries about it.
He believes too many Jews prac
tically fever their ties with Ju-
daism after bar-miuvah.
"A special Jewish mission to
Jews must be launched in the
near futun ," he says "We can-
milll ns of our brethren
r dnfl out if sight, and be lost
is forever The) have as much
heritage a? we have.
V fj .-. st be to restore
'< nattacbed. or assimilated
- a pride in belonging to the
-r ritual aristocracy the
known "
Our Greatest Hope
.'' pith reliffious leaders agree
m h his ccntrntion that the great-
t>" ('artor to Judaism is the
mixed n-.amages. ""They aie a
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curse." be says "Mixei marriifi
it religious, cultural and >oetaJ
suicidi I Ince a Jewisd > or
girl contracts a mixed marriage,
you may write off ?. ml -r-
les of generations of Jtu-
Jewry's greatest hcr< Camel
says, is Israel. Declaring It. 1 Is-
rael and world Jewry ..:, part-
ners in a historical event hich
cons'itutes a maj'.r n'.:r..c;e,"
Carmel asserts:
"Israel has done n 1 Has-
pora Jewry than we hav ".one
tor Israel She has given the Jews
in Europe and America a ^ense
of pride and belonging We are
no longer without a spiritual er
c'iplomatic centre. The Bible pro-
preeiea are fulfilled daily in our
land. Whereas men thought, two
ec;ides ago, that tht\ v ere a
doomed people they now realise
that we have a vital n ti 'lay
in the great destiny ot mankind,
We owe this to Israel."
This is the man whose rr. --age
1- being brought to Jews through-
out America, as he travels :rom
community to community, in the
tradition of the circuit ndicg re,
Mvaiist. A zealot, he speaks tor
small fees, and sometime? r. 1 fee,
specially when addre.-sir.g outt
groups. He is not interest! I in
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Jenisti Meridian
Page 11-C
The Jewish Exodus from Ancient Singapore
Continued from Page 6-C
yean and was Singapore's first
Chief Minister under a new coh-
M.vjtion in 1955. Today he heads
Singapore'*- Workers Party* m
Attempts at Conversion
Despite his work on the politi-
|c:.. front, Mr. Marshall still takes
active interest in the alfairs ot
i community.
During the years, there have
: i a number of cases of inter-
ii triage by Jews, with Euro-
|pt ,.ns and Asians, but these have
i t-,'u and far between. More-
<.:. such marriages are always
|lr. y-ned upon by the community.
Attempts at conversion ol Jews
I by missionaries have been made
si -e the first Jews settled in
| Singapore, but their efforts have
failed, despite the fact that Jew-
ish children in Singapore attend
missionary schools.
The prosperity of the Jews of
Singapore can be observed by
i.l- and streets named alter
them. Many have made consid-
I en ble fortunes by investing in
vacant land and landed property.
Ei'.as Meyer and Nathan Roads
art familiar names.
Prominent among them was
S:r Manesseh Meyer, a business-
n.;.n who was knighted in 1915
f(.r his many public services to
the city and community.
Historical records of Singapore
praise Sir Manesseh for "His
public beneficence to all his own
people and to every working
CtUM in Singapore; his private
charities and kindliness; his char-
acter as a true citizen."
He was a Municipal Commis-
sioner of Singapore 1893 and 1900,
during which time he was also
the largest importer and exporter
trading with India.
USS Constellation, the Navy's newest aircraft carrier, will
sail with a miniature Torah scroll housed in an Ark in the
wardroom used by her crew as a chapel. Sanford Solender,
executive vice president ol the National Jewish Welfare Board,
presents th eTorah to Commander Paul W. Reigner, senior
chaplain aboard the Constellation.
Omer
Co-'inued from Page 2-C
brilliant victory of Bar Kochba
i: 13S C Fv over the giant Roman
armies. But towards the end of
this fateful year the Romans suc-
ceeded to destroy Jerusalem and
kill Bar Kochba.
Eu: despite the Roman perse-
cution, the holy torch of Jewish
k rning continued to burn bright-
|j and was carried by exiles to
other lands.
TO ALL GREETINGS
Kent Hotel
G. MENAKER, Owner-Manager
1131 COLLINS AVE.
(AT 12th ST.)
JE 1-6771
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
NATIONIZKI*
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& LAiximv
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ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and
LIGHTING FIXTURES
CALL FR 3-3114
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(Tamlami Trail)
Continuing Appeal of Passover
Continued from Page 9-C
cue from the Crusades during the
Middle Ages or liberation from
the Nazis. And just as we over-
came our enemies in the past,
we shall always defeat 'hem.
The Lord has stressed this to
Moses: "When tho'> hos b-ought
forth thy people out of Egypt, ye
shall serve God upon this moun-
tain (Sinai)."
Israel's redemption, meaning
the establishment of the Jewish
State, took place millennia later
in the same month, for thus did
Moses, their leader promise
them: "For this night, God pro-
tected his people against all
angels of destruction and in this
night He will protect and liber-
ate Israel in the future." (Mekil-
ta, Targun. Yerusha.'mi. Shemoth
X1I:42.)
Th-s is Passover's perennial mes-
sage which we must forever keep
alive in our hearts.
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+Jenisf> ncrk/iar
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At the 78th annual meeting ol United Hlas in the field of migration and
Service Murray I Gurfein, president cf the The specialized endeavor of Hias well _-.-i
worldwide migration agency, presents Sen. stands the words of British Jewish scholar A
Philip A. Hart, of Michigan, with the organ- ris Joseph that the exodus from Egy
izaticn's Award of Honor in recognition of memoraies "a deliverance which transfooNoJ
his "contribution of outsanding significance a horde of slaves into a people."
Passover Seen as Birthday of the Jews
rat
Pa
ye.
th<
Continued from Page 1-C
in relationship not only to the
Jewish people but to a contempor-
ary American Jew. who seeks en-
lightenment and illumination
from the festivals of his people.
The Seder, of course, is crucial
to any celebration of Passover,
and I recall, easily and vividly,
the various significant Scdnrim I
have attended and in which I
have participated. During the
Second World War. I. like tens of
thousands of Jewish soldiers,
sought out Army bases and pri-
vate homes where a Seder was
being held. I and the rest of
the Jewish soldiers, I am sure
made a greater effort to attend a
Seder during those distant days
than during peaceful days in the
United States.
Still, the appeal and magnetism
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of the Seder carried over, u|j
a parent. I also became >lu."ji
aware of the attractiveness of s
Seder as a family gathering, j
an educational force tor Judus
and as an opportunity to reo
the miracle oi the Kxudusslaj
But the Passover holidays!
more than the Seder, It lsifrl
cal point for stressing the laM
ership qualm. men M
Moses, Just as Abraham Lscold
has become a legend and a myto
to most Amerir. ns, h il -
i ecome, ttarou tale o! thij
Exodus, the m si important Joi
in Jewish nisi r\ \- Ahad Hl
Am. the brilli; ish thinkej
and essayist, -
led us not 01 ng the U]
years in the
"but has led us r thousands i
years in all I
which we !.
the Exodus
Moses was i
was he a states f
ever, a prophet, and he n
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i
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April 20. 1962
vJewisii flcridlian
Page 13-C
its all Jewish leaders who have
fempted to inspire and guide
Jewish people.
It was no wonder, then, that
(en the military forces of Israel
?ht against the modern Egyp-
Ins in Sinai in 1956, the Jews of
r;\cl considered their soldiers to
part and parcel of Jewish his-
r>. and that they thought they
lie carrying on the good fight
jun by Moses thousands of
I ago. The very fact that they
lie in the Sinai desert th*.
desert through which the
JJren of Israel wandered
i a continuity to Jewish life
heroism. This is why I. and
ions of Jews all over the
r il. reacted with such great
I n to the Sinai war. We In-
ely related ourselves to
us, past and present, and
\ id the agonies and unu r-
nties and victories of Mo- -
his Jews.
. the Passover story is both
with its can ml rit-
of the Haggadah,
randeur and
I
Fsbric of Reality
.i
nc
to i
pie ol Is-
it hi > bul hi
sover festival throughout the
I turies a{ >, Egypt was
rce 'hat threatened the Jew-
people and their existence,
same holds true today.
|ypt remains, persistently, the
of Israel. And when I visited
lael and looked upon the Gaza
fip and saw, between Egyptian
ritory and Israeli territory the
tees of the United Nations, I
tailed again that the struggle
Jewish existence has not yet
[en won; that the efforts of
lists have yet to be completed.
Id when I saw the Sinai desert
Ith my own eyes, I felt, some-
f.\, that the old story of Pass-
er as told in Exodus was not
ancient as I had believed it to
that it still was with us, and
i.t I was part of it.
hhe Egyptians of the past rep-
\ nted oppression and the Jews
Hividual liberty. As I observed
kd was impressed by the work of
L ople of Israel in reclaiming
\ in re-creating the drs-
g the land to Jews
HAPPY
PASSOVER
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"You can't relax in Israel because there's too much to be
done," declares Mrs. Moshe Sharett (left), wife of the chairman
of the Jewish Agency, as she receives a S50.C00 check from
Mrs. Sidney Leff, national president of P Women after
a vivid address on immigration to Israel. "The same h<
true lay. ritly th foe o: Israel."
.
:

.
I '
d that his
people, once slaves, deserved ti
live in freedom on their own soil.
Today, the Jews of Israel are
reliving the Passover story.
Again, they are building in free-
dom while on their borders stand
the Egyptians, cruel, oppressive
and unwilling to allow the Jews
to live in peace and rebuild their
homeland.
Every inch of Israeli soil is
drenched in history and the an-
cient Biblical places and names
1
mi
[am con-
Ihe Jews i

time!
So when the Passover season
aches, I air. swept up by
the Seder. which is the Jewish
ritual by Moses, who represents
Jewish prophecy and leadership
which continues vitally in the
personality of David Ben-Gunon
and other Israeli leaders; and by
the sameness of the eternal tale.
It is, therefore, not difficult for
the Jew, regardless of his depth
of Jewish feeling and emotion,
to relate to the Passover story.
M. B. .AltltlS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone IB 6-0836
TO ALL GREETINGS .
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vJenist! FlcrkJiairi
Friday. April 2C. l^g
IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND
GREETINGS FOR PASSOVER
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NORTH MIAMI
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Mayor
E. MAY AVIL
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Councilmen
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LEONARD L. KIMBALL JAMES G. MILLER
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LARRY MARKS & COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE
WOMEN'S, MISSfS' g JUNIORS' DKISUS, COATS t SUITS
Marks Bldg. 120 N.W. 2nd Strtct Miami, Fla. Phone P 9-2631
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Rare Haggadahs Behind the Iran Curtain
Continued from P9 3-C
order is the same: the feeling is
tht -ame In these vital respects,
there is absolute continuity trom
the earlier copies printed on
early presses in the Middle Ages,
to the present.
Turning back to that map. men-
tioned- j>beve. this reporter found
it one ot the mest fascinating
documents he has ever view-
ed. Of course, the route of the
Jews thiough the Wilderness was
imagined by the anonymous art-
ist. But -cholars have checked
the n.i.i tor :t* deposition of the
Tribe- : tar el and have found
the map I ieting their po-
- 11 ,;r..".i > .;- told in the
Bi
: in the lower right-hand
corner, there is a female Ugure.
;in<: an alligator
:h. Egj labeled. One
fines in accurate position today's
F lal the 5" a, the Mediter-
. tbi Mi nterranean
he Big & and Lake
K -ret Jencho is there, as are
encno is mere, a, are cooperation has been established between Israel
tional Red Cross service. Mogen David Adorn, and the Red
Cross ol Ethiopia. Recently, Magen David Adorn experts t'.ew
to Addis Ababa to be greeted by Emperor Haile Selcssie as
they arrived to help establish an Ethiopicn blood serv.ee.
we knew in Israel today, as well
as many historic landmarks and
portions of the Israeli terrain, in-
cluding mountains and valleys.
The map even suOws the direc-
tions of the compass, except that
North, instead of pointing verti-
cally upward as our maps show,
is pointed in what we would con-
sider a Southwest position; how-
ever, if you turn to the North a-
shown on the map. you put the
picture into proper perspective.
Scholars at Work
From Hungary alone. Dr.
Kutsh has brought microfilms of
15.000 documents and books;
many thousands of others are
from the famous Baron David
Guinsburg collection in Lenin-
grad We find among his treasures
copies of documents dating back
to the year 1021. There are copies
of papers, written and printed, in
Hebrew. Arabic. Aramaic. Judeo-
Germaii. Judeo-Arabic. Ladino
and Italian (in Hebrew eharac-
There are liturgical manu-
scripts There is a poem, hereto-
fore unpublished, by Yehudah
Halevi There are letters ex-
ged among iamous Italian
rabbis and congregant*, dealing
with ordinary, everyday affairs.
There are documents and frag-
ments of prayer books used by
the followers of pseudo-Messiah
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Shabbetai Zevi and tht:< are doc.
umenU pertaining
pseudo-Messiah, Solon i cho
who was burned at 1 ake by
the inquisition, at Vii tura in
1532. There are work:
my and medicine, and I ;s by
>iaimonides and a lexic I tie
Talmud and Madras)] arranges"
alphabetically) dating
1582.
These, too. if you consider the
story' ^ Passover in its broader
eel as the story ol .. people
who. liberated physically, pro-
ceeded to liberate then md
the world's spirit these too are
part of the Passover si
Some 60 scholars I nous
par's of the world, including Is-
rael, are at work in tht Horary bj
Prof Katsh. stud>ir,g many "I
these books, documents and man,
iiscrJnts But for his work, a look
at these treasures would haw
been impossible with, ul unwel
come and difficult and costly trips
to forbidden Russia ar Hungary.
The Western world has been en
riched by these microfilms. And
Jewish history and tradition have
been well served.
To All Our Friends end
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A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
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and Family
A HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
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605 LINCOLN ROAD
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Friday, April 20, 1962
*. kwisti MorSdHcir
Page 15-C
Some of Pa's Favorite Passover Tales
By HERBERT P. BENEDICT
MY father, may his soul rest in
peace, had been born on the
first day of Passover. At least
that's what his parents had told
him. and ?oVe always celeWSted
his birthday during the second
Seder; the second Seder was, in
( ur home, the happiest occasion
oi the year.
When Pa died, he had breathed
his last ou the first day of Pass-
over. He knew the end was com-
Ing. Indeed, he told one of his
grandchildren, who was at his
bedside earlier that evening: "It
is no! right that I should live to
be 90. That is too good for me.
because I have sinned in my life.
God should take me before 90."
The Almighty did just that a
few hours short of my father's
ninetieth birthday
But what were my father's
sins? To us. as for the entire com-
munity, he had seemed the saint-
liest of men. It was several years
after his death that we discov-
ered his "sins." My brother Jack
and I a ere indulging in a couple
of sentimental hours with Pa's
library, one year, on the eve ol
Passover, .lack picked up one
volume of Pa's beautifully bound
Babylonian Talmud Jack's eye
had been attracted to the volume
because it contained the tractate
"Pesahim" the part of the Tal-
mud that deals with the Passover
regulations.
Leafing through it together, we
found a note in Pa's neat Hebrew
script on the margin of one page
of "Pesahim." The note read:
"Perhaps my greatest sin is that
1 have not passed on to my seven
sons the tales of our heritage.
'Ribonu Shel Olam,' for that alone
I deserve punishment."
Jack and I decided right then
that we must prove Pa wrong.
For several years now, Jack
and all of our other brothers
have been making notes as, from
time to time, we have recalled
some of Pa's tales. Here are a
few of those tales concerning
the Passover theme. It is. in a
sense if one is not blasphemous
using such a term Pa's own
Tractate Pesahim.
*
Bread of Affliction: We say dur-
ing the Seder: "This is as the
bread of our affliction." Saying
so, we lift the matzoh. At the same
time, we open a door to the out-
side the first of two times dur-
CRffTINGS TO Alt
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AMBER FUEL OIL
GUIF OIL
MIAMI BEACH
fHONE JE 8-0735
SINCERE WISHES
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
J. FRANK McCRACKEN
Clerk of Criminal
Court
BEST WISHES
TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
MR. and MRS.
M. N. LIPP
They're not exactly the Chagal! windows, but they're a crown-
ing artistic achievement for a younq man at the Haifa Com-
munity Center, a joint project of American and Canadian
Mizrachi Women. Mosaic art flourished in Israel for thous-
ands of years. Best exarr.: e four.d by archaeologists in the
floor of the Beth Alpha Synagogue which featured the signs
of the ancient Zodiac. Table :bcve matures three months of
the Jewish calendarSivan ::. which first [ruits are c::ered:
Adar, traditionally bountiful and fruitful as symbolized by
fish; and At. the month ol solemn recollection oi the destruc-
tion of the Temple.
TO ALL
GREETINGS
ing the Seder when we
door. The second time is
admission of Elijah tire
The first time, it is is hungry may enter and partake
of our festival meal.
"Most of the time," Pa said,
our people really lock the door
tight, fearing as happened in
European place so often on that
night that mischief makers or
maybe even some intent on mur-
der might enter. But in our home,
in Amenia. we really throw the
door ajar. Here we fear no one."
Why do we say that part of the
Haggadah in Aramaic, Instead of
Hebre ius .. who
:> y i e learned Hebrew in or-
der to use the language against
0 not understand Aramaic
and therefore will not understand
cur invitation to enter the home.
But we do invite the hungry to
come m.
Once, recalled Pa. there hap-
pened to be a Urge influx of visi-
tors many of ihem vagrants,
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on furlough, in a- village. The
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formerly DULANEYS
Fancy Fruits Vegetables Frozen Foods
Prime /"/eats Fancy Groceries
411 W. 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
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Best Wishes for Passover
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SCHWEBKE & ASSOCIATES, INC.
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Page 3-D
Floods are Gravest Danger in the Negev
By E. SHEDLETZKI
(Jerusalem1
IT MAY SOUND paradoxical but
it is a fact that devastating
floodfi constitute the gravest dan-
ger to terming in the deserts and
>emi-de>erts of the Negev. Broad
wadis, dry and dreary for months
and even years, suddenly fill with
roaring muddy waters which soon
.spill ever, tear out roots and
locks, carve new zigzagging
coursei for themselves and carry
milliODi of tons of precious soil
to ihi sea. Such floods are espec-
ially sastrous in the areas of
yellow !:>ess. soil and fine sands
in thi Northwestern Negev, near
the rder of the Gaza Strip,
whir, they eat their way right
througr the cultivated fields.
In ne villages floods have
been known to menace houses and
farm t-uildings. At kibbutz Kiss-
itfim. for example, the wadi from
>ear tc year drew nearer to the
settlement houses until it was
about to bring down its water
tower The water tower was res-
cued by planting trees on the wadi
bank.' which held the soil and pre
vented the flash floods from
changing their course.
Such tree barriers have been
put up in recent years by the
Jewish National Fund in a large
number of Negev settlements.
But all problems have not been
solved in this way. Often such
groves on wadi banks quickly de-
teiorate into impenetrable bush,
their wood cannot be used for
economic purposes and even ac-
cess to the fields protected by
them becomes difficult This has
led the Jewish National Fund to
apply entirely new techniques to
soil conservation and tree plant-
ing in the Negev. Heavy bulldoz-
ers, first used to level the ground,
completely change the "badland
topography" and close the pre-
cipitous gullies which criss-cross
the area in all directions.
Many Innovations
Only then are protective ave-
nues of* trees planted along the
permanent water courses. At the
villages Nirim. Urim. Re'im.
Sa'ad and Be'eri. for example.
I
Regulating the flood waters in the Negev.
4,000 dunams of land were won
in this way and hundreds of thou-
sands of eucalyptus trees planted.
Around the spectacular mound
near Kibbutz Re'im which con-
tains the remnants of a Canaanite
fortress of the great Hykos in-
vasion about 3,600 years ago, a
eucalyptus grove of eighty dun-
ams has been planted to tame
Nahal Besor, the largest and most
dangerous of the Negev wadis. In
this way not only have profound
changes been introduced into the
landscape, but much of the flood
waters which previously flowed
unused into the sea are retained
in the soil.
Other innovations have become
noticeable in tree planting meth-
ods in the Negev Region since
mechanization which greatly cuts
down labor costs was intrduced.
Distance between trees in the
Negev have been widened from
roughly two to three and five-
tenths yards, so that all work
apart from the actual planting,
such as ploughing, hoeing, weed-
ing, opening of irrigation canals,
can be carried out by tractor-
drawn machines.
The new system makes it poss-
ible to greatly extend the shelter-
belt avenues along the highways
and around the fields of the Ne-
gev. These are now all being
planted on the newly introduced
earth-ridges and, even without
watering, thrive far better than
trees planted in the conventional
way. It has now been discovered
that the windbreak avenues, es-
pecially those of mimosa trees
(long-leaved acacias) protest the
Continued on Page 12-D
Mr. Pumpernik sei:
A Very Happy Passover to All
RICHTERS
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE FR 3-2197
67th & Collins
RESTAURANT
126th St. & Biscayne Blvd.
SMALL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
Eden Roc Hotel 4525 Collins Ave.
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
A HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
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and Lori Marsha
e ai is T A TE
Investments and General Insurance
350 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Mezzanine
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS ...
W. A. TALMUS
FIRESTONE DEALER
700 PERRINE AVENUE Wne CE 5-1961
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Superior Dry
Cleaning, ine.
VAIIT JH0P AT COLUMBUS MOTH
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Miami
Phone FR 3-0541
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Hyman & Bessie Galbut & Sons
PAKIUSH AUTO SERVICE
Complete Foreign & Domestic Auto Repair Specialists
OPEN 7 A.M. 'TIL 10 P.M.
Phone MO 7-6162
ROAD SERVICE
7325 BIRD ROAD
TO PARAPHRASE A FAMOUS SAYING .
"When Passover Comes Can Vacation-Time
Be FARR Behind?"
THE FARR FAMILY
EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
and takes this opportunity to remind the many friends and patrons of
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to call on them for any assistance with their travel plans ...
Whether a visit to
ISRAEL, EUROPE or OUR SISTER COUNTRIES to the SOUTH
our facilities are always at your service
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424 LINCOLN ROAD 6638 COLLINS AVE.
Phone JE 1-5327 & UN 5-7444
TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS
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GREETINGS
MaRic
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DesignersManufacturers
Installers of Waste Water Disposal Systems
Coin Operated & Service Laundries
610 West 18th Street
Hialeah
TU 5-1661
HAPPY PASSOVER
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REALTOR and ASSOCIATES
630 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 306 72nd Street
Dade County Resident Since 1906
A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE
Boats, Machinery, Office, Safes, Household Concrete Paring -Move
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Phone FR 9-895'.
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SEASON'S BEST WISHES
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HOLIDAY CAKES and COOKIES
SPONGE CAKE, MACAROONS, HONEY CAKE
We Use Pure Butter, Fresh Eggs and Fresh Fruit
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7385 S.W. 8th STREET 226-5261
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
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"The Fresher Refresher'*
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
538 N.W. 24th Street Phonm FR 3-6287
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
ON THIS HOLIDAY OCCASION
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BEST WISHES
for a
A HAPPY PASSOVER
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FROM
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CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN OffKlS
for PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS MEN
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To All Holiday Greetings
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Street, Afternoon and Evening Dresses
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Best Wishes for the Passover Season
A. B.C. RADIATOR SERVICE
REPAIRED RECORED
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Service While You Wail
6200 NW 27th AVENUE
(Opposite Stevens Market)
Phone OX 1-2221
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
PAUL BARNETT SOL SCHREIBER
BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLY
DADE COUNTY
228 NE 59th Street
Miami Downtown Store
134 NE 1st Ave.
Miami Beach Store
1608 Washington Ave.
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL .
DELMAN SHOE SALONS
The Best Shoes You Can Buy Are the Best Buy
9584 Harding Avenue 665 Lincoln Road
UN 6-3465 JE 8-4238
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HAPPY
PASSOVER
Huntington Blag., Miami
S.E. 1st ST. at 2nd AVE.
Dedication to Nurturing Israel's Cultural Life
By ARTHUR FRANK
BACK in 1954. when the first
scholarship competition ot
t h e America-Israel Cultural
Foundation was held in Israel.
Daniel Barenboim. a lanky. 11-
year old pianist, walked off with
the first prize.
During the intervening eight
years. Barenboim hasTfBfflfrffi n
wcrld acclaimed concert artist. He
made his New York concert debut
in Carnegie Hall at 14, playing
under the baton of Leopold Sto-
kowski. A year later. Howard
Taubman. music critic of the
New York Times, said of his Town
Hall recital: "Keep an eye and
car on Daniel Barenboim Clau- WkKmlWH WBKKKmWBWkWk'kWMWtU
dia Cassidy of the Chicago Trib- n^a^a^^"""^ ____
une called him "a consecrated president Itzhak Ben-Zvi addresses a special meeting in Jen-
musician of unmistakable talent" salem wriich launched the celebration of the 50th anniver-
and the London Times said "he g q{ the founa;ng of Hadassah. The event, attended by
more than 4,000 Americans and Israelis, was a blghpoinl -
the itinerary of the Hadassah Jubilee Mission Left to right
are Mrs Ben Zvi; the President; Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin.
former national president of Hadassah; and Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion. __^_^_______________________
will be one of the great musical
interpreters of the world."
A mature artist a: nineteen.
Barenboim is now winding up a
second brilliantly successful tour
of the United States as part of the
cultural exchange program of the
America-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion, under' the management ol S
Hurok. Highlight of the tour was
his New York appearance with
Alfred Wnllenstcin and the Sym-
phony of the Air. Along with Van
Cliburn. Igor Oistrakh, Isaac
Stern and Emil Gilels, he was one
of the soloists in the seven concert
Beethoven Cycle given at Carne-
gie Hall by this noted orchestra
Door of Opportunity
Daniel is one of the many gifted
young Israelis who are members
of the family of Foundation schol-
arship winners. Since 1954. the
Foundation has awarded some
1,000 scholarships in all fields of
artistic endeavor. To help the tal-
ented young people of Israel fur-
ther their training either in Is-
rael or abroad the Foundation has
aided aspiring young tuba players
as well as budding young poets.
Samuel Rubin, president ot the
America-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion, explains that the Founda-
tion initiated its scholarship pro-
gram because it recognized that
nurturing the talents of Israel s
gifted young was one important
way to further Israel's cultural
development. He says: "The
scholarship program is vital to
the future of Israel "
Though the Foundation schol-
arship program is not quite eight
years old, it has already begun
to achieve results. Daniel Baren-
boim's success is just one of the
fruits of the program. Another is
the rapidly developing career ot
the young painter. Moshe Gat.
RABBI and MRS. S. M. M ACHTEI
Naomi, Stella Regina and Leo Jay St it sky
Extend to All Jewry
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Season's tost Wishes to Ail
UNKLE HENRY'S AUTO PARTS & WRECKING
NEW ft USED AUTO PARTS
4700 NW 72nd Avenue TU 8-2657
SEASON S GREETINGS
kaddln
DRUGS
ATLAS TV CENTER INC.
736-71st STREET, Miami Beach
Phones UN 6-7217 -UN 6-5868
TELEVISION RADIO APPLIANCES
SALES RENTALS SERVICE
LEW GOODMAN and SOL WEXLER
WISH ALL A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL GREETINGS
SANBORN PLUMBING
Good Plumbing
23 N.W. 11th Strott Ph. FR 4-3002 Miami, Florida
The door of opportunity op<
for Moshe when he was ...
a Foundation scholarship tor
study abroad. To Moshe, it
that he could accept the
tion of the great Mexican mural-
ist, David Alfaro Siqueii
come to Mexico as his studi
In two years residence,
achieved recognition in Mexico;
was asked to stay. He achieved
the rare distinction of a one man
show at the Palacio de Bella" Ar-
tec, Mexico's famous Museum ot
Modern Art. where several ot hii
paintings are a part of the perma-
nent collection, along with th
works of Rivera, Orozco and Si-
queiros. Now in the United
States, the pattern of success
being repeated. Moshe's first one-
man show in New York, held in
February at the ACA Gallery un-
der the sponsorship of the Foun-
dation, was favorably received by
the critics. One well-known col-
lector made a wholesale invest-
ment in Gat, buying seven of the
twenty oils exhibited.
Another Foundation scholar-
ship winner whose career bears
close watching is that of Abra-
ham Kaplan, conductor. Kaplan
received his scholarship in 1955,
when he came to the United
States to study at the JuiUiard
Continued on Pago 13-D
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CENTER
PHARMACY
Phone PL 1-2924
Prescription Specialists
9723 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Dir. Opp. Shores theatre
Holiday Greetings I
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MFG. CO.
MORRIS GOLDV.
All Kinds of Caps for
Men, Women- Child:en
467 W. FLAGLER ST.
Miami FR l-4o52
GREETINGS
J. & W. PIUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom Jay-Jim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA


Friday. April 20. 1962
-JmisfinerkMafJ
Page 5-D
Time Out for Health Club in Tel Aviv
By SYLVIA KESHET
YOU, loo. can belong to the
Health Club. It will give you
sense of importance. Golf or a
Key Club are no longer adc-
uale. TakeT2TO "aritl tbfifFfb *
the Sheraton hotel in Tel Aviv.
Go downstairs and find the
place by 'he fragrance. Here is
the Health Club, and here is the
lesk. At the desk sits a lovely
American woman who speaks
.', ith a drawl; she is a Southerner.
This is Mrs. Binder, wife of the
club's manager, Mr. Abraham
Binder. As a matter of fact, the
Hers are former Miamians.
eive her heartwarming smile
. -(Miii'thing self-understood.
rake out the 1200 membership
and Mrs. Binder will accept
i charmingly. She will explain
. you that the club is open to
men on Sundays. Mondays.
Wednesdays, and Thursdays. No.
. c:\r. v ; attend mi all four
.;.... onlj twice a week. You
ant to (vme tliree times a
k? i C300, please. No, your
sband is nut entitled to use
.1 ... mberehip card. He must
_;>t' r scparate'y and come in
he afternoons. Maybe he will get
duction.
Among the club's members
th< Belgian Ambassador, the
Chilean Minister, the director ol
liank Leumi. high-ranking army
iicers, industrialists, jewelers,
-.lectors, lawyers, and actors. You
7.;.me it. No, Mrs. Binder re-
Lrets, she cannot give you the
names of the 25 women mem-
bers. In any case, you will be
. unning into them.
View of an American
Mrs. Binder will show you
around the club. Follow her and
you will become green with envy
w.iea you see her figure. Find
something solid to hang onto
when you hear that she is the
mother of four children, the old-
est being twenty. She will smile
mysteriously when you ask her if
such a figure comes from fre-
uuent attendance at such clubs in
,'t U.S. She is willing to tell
you that Israeli women eat too
much.
Here is the waiting room, with
v hairs and tables. Soon light re-
.reshments will be served. This
:.- the dressing room, with closets
.-id drawer.*. You will get your
key and have your own locker,
Season's Greetings to Our
Many Friends and Patrons
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
PHONE Ft 4-8181
840 Bisccryne Blvd.. Miami
"Where the Customer Is
Always Right"
Eden Roc Hotel
BARBER SHOP
Air-Conditioned
kjo Waiting Manicuring
4525 COUINS AVE.
Miami Beach
JOSEPH GUIDA, Manager
To All Season's Greetings
FOWLERS
Sea Food &
Poultry Market
"SHOP IN THE GABLES-
NO PARKING WORRIES"
267 MINORCA AVE.
Phone HI 6-1711
Luscious Jaffa oranges from Israel's famed citrus belt are
sampled by pretty Rina Kishon aboard the Zim liner SS Zion
which landed a consignment of 6.0C0 cases last month in New
York. The golden fruit, immensely popular in Europe and
Canada, now appears for the first time on the American
market. Miss Kishon. who poses proudly in a hand-embroi-
dered Israeli dress, is the current Miss Israel title-holder, a
symbol hersell of native Israeli health and beauty.
it does. This is the golf room
with a netting, golf balls and
clubs. You can practice a little.
Here are the private dressing
rooms with a couch, shelf, micro-
Continwed on Pope 11-D
where you can keep your gym
shoes, or anything else. The
large closets are for hanging
clothes, but you can uress in one
of the private rooms, and it does
not cost anymore. For the men
GW
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RESTAURANTS
For Fine Food
COMPLETE DINNERS from $1.00
ALSO A LA CARTF MENU
There It Never a Charge tor Your Second Cup of Coffee
V7B 1>U CCR OWN HAMNU
FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU:
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1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES)
1560 SO. DLXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI)
12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI)
AIR CONDITIONED
AMPLE FREE PARKING
TO ALL GREETINGS "Since 1922''
JOE -l'TilIIIi: S REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
"OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST'
3828 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida
Phone PI MISS
Florida Builders Service, Inc.
*
100 N. E. 1st Ave.
Miami, Florida
C. H. ERVIN
HEATING & VENTILATING
5301 N.W. 35th COURT
NE 3-2964 NE 4-6216
MEMBER OF FLORIDA HOME HEATING INSTITUTE, INC
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
from the
General Development
Corporation
Builders of Finer Florida Communities
2820 Coral Way
Phone HI 4-8371
GREETINGS...
a
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manufacturers of
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7240 N.I. 4th Avenue Telephone PL 8-7*03
MIAMI 38, FLORIDA
ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS, SEAL-COATING
GEORGE OBENOUR, JR. & SONS, Inc.
BONDED ROOFING t SHEET METAL
ROOF CLEANING & SEALING
Established 1926
"We Use Thoroglaze"
7352 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. PL 7-2612
GREETINGS
CITY COMPUTING SERVICES
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Passover Celebration for Modern Jews
By BEN GALLOB
JEWISH life may be viewed his-
torically as a series of re-
sponses to the challenges of the
larger societies in which Jews
have lived. In that context, de-
scriptions of Judaism as a par-
tuulanst.c system and recogni-
tion 'hat basic Jewish values have
a universal significance, are
tqually \.iiid
Passover is a prime example of
this twin aspect of the Jewish
struggle to survive as part of the
world and yet apart from it. The
story of Passover is the story ot
;, relationship between a particu-
lar people and its God. Even if
one dismisses as legend the Mid-
rashic tale that the Children of
Israel were compelled to accept
the Yoke of the Law in the Sinai
desert, it Is profoundly significant
that such an idea became inter-
woven into the ootlooK 01 this peo-
ple.
It is not the universal God, crea-
tor of the universe and all things
in it. who dominates the story ot
the exodus from bondage in an-
cient Egypt. It is the God of Is-
rael, speaking directly to Moses,
offering eternal life for adher
ence to a moral code and dire
puni"hmcnt for breaking it.
Value System
Yet it would be a complete dis-
tortion of the record to view this
as the only theme of the meaning
ot Passover. Just as this holiday
is part of the history of a par-
ticular people, so. too. its ele-
ments have a meaning reaching
out into the larger world and pro-
foundly significant for all peoples
of that world
Some adherents of Judaism in-
sist that its value system must
not be judged by non-Jewish yard-
sticks. This stand is based partly
on fears that such an approach,
adhered to unflinchingly, leads to
such developments as the scien-
tific analysis of the reliability of
the Old Testament as a historical
record, with all its shattering im-
plications for the attitude of faith
based on unqualified acceptance
f that document as divine.
Such a stand might be feasible
in the closed system of Middle
Ages Europe, or in the artificial
Newly-arrived immigrant children to Israel rejoice at their
own deliverance from exile and bondage. For them, Pass-
over means the beginning of a life of freedom.
closed system created by Jews in
the Williamsburg section of
Brooklyn today or that of the
Hassidic sect in Rockland County.
New York. In the open society in
which the overwhelming majority
of American Jews live, it is im-
possible.
Come and Celebrate
Jews living in freedom in this
society will whatever the dan-
gers other Jews may see in it
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apply the yardsticks of the larger
society to Jewish values. In so
doing, they will find that the
Jewish values developed in cen-
turies of isolation and applied
during centuries of rejection are
the foundation of all that is con-
sidered most noble and civilized
in the American humanistic out-
look.
Consider the Passover custom
of Maos Chitin, literally Money
Continued on Page 10-D
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SOMETHING FOR THE
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Room 603 Blscayne Bldcj.
Phone FR 1-8537
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Page 9-D
{or person to live in a society
f which freedom is its chief con-
tern and yet find himself in a
tonditon of servitude. While free-
dora may be guaranteed to us
trom the outside, that is by the
ruling power, by the government,
lor ir,ner freedom, however, there
,. no guarantee. Inner freedom
depends entirely upon the indi-
vidual. To achieve inner freedom
,in, reeds to be master of his
he needs to be able to
control his actions, his thoughts,
impulses, brute forces, present in
man beings."
Inner Freedom
:.,"' says Nicholas Berday-
,\ a tyrant over himself .
rannizes over himself by
leliefs, superstitions, myths.
H, rannizes over himself by
ever; sort of fear that is possible.
rannizes over himself by
, nvy, by self-love, resentment .
Bj his enslaving will man en-
::ot only another but him*
sell
Inner freedom can be attained
only when a person's life is guid-
high ethical and moral prin-
ciples. "The object of systems
nt : rality," says Matthew Arn-
I,-, a'oondoned to passion or al-
low, 1 to drift as hazard. This
object they seek to attain by pre-
scribing fixed principles of ac-
tior fixed rules of conduct."
A- it is conceivable for one to
be a slave in a free society, so it
l- ; -o possible for one to feel
frrt in a society where human
liberty is curtailed; where tyran-
ny '.- in power. In this situation
toe. t is that inner freedom which
renders one free.
Tfce man who enjoys freedom
in a slave state, is the promise,
and the hope of redemption for
all others. He is the light by
which others ,-are eventually led
out of the darkness. He is the
pov.tr M'-toftce which ultimate-
ly subdues the enslaver.
"Ir.ner Freedom," says Morde-
c.ai Kaplan, "determines a per-
son's entire attitude toward his
fellow man, toward his group, to-
.ward his momentary wishes and
impulses. It makes his whole life
\ ont long protest against the brute
forces that would interpose ob-
stacles to" the achievement of his
vor.hiest aims."
seders conducted by these Iraqi immigrants in Israel have a
Western flavor, but the chant of the Haggadah is decidedly
Oriental. Above photo was taken last year at Neve Haim.
one of the homes for the aged maintained by Joint Distribution
Committee Malben welfare program for the aged, ill and
infirm immigrants in Israel. At Shar Menashe, Yemenite
immigrants sat on carpets and used a special, round, leaven-
ed matzoh, while at Givat Hashlosha and other Malben in-
stallations, the more familiar Ashkenazi Seders took place. In
every case, the story was the sameend all rejoiced that the
Seder was "This Year in Israel," and made possible by the
United Jewish Appeal.
A Seder That Almost Wasn't
Continued from Page 2-D
spring sun warmed the land
There was a festive spirit in the
air. Everywhere families were
preparing for the first Seder
everywhere but in the small flat
where the Cohen children lived.
They were all invited to other
homes for the Seder, but this only
intensified their feeling of loss
and aloneness.
At this point Mrs. R. announced
casually but firmly that they
would have their own Seder and
that she would help. Eli, the old-
est, would preside. Nahum, the
youngest, would ask the tradi-
tional tour questions. Judy would
help with the cooking, and all
would pitch in with the cleaning
and shopping. Mrs. R. would
bring wine from her own home.
But the best was yet. Seder eve
finally arrived. The children were
rushing to complete their chores.
Time was growing short and the
children looked apprehensively
at the clockMrs. R. hadn't come
yet. Finally, there was a knock
Continued on Page 14-0
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Time Out for Health Club in Tel Aviv
Continued from Page 5-D
phone, ashtray and mirror. There
are massage tables in three of
the rooms, for those who want
I he massage done exclusively
and not in fhc"'geltfDral massage
rooms.
An employee brings you a leo-
tard and ballet shoes. Go to the
cym room. There you find lad-
ders and other equipment, mats
for acrobatics, anil a charming
teacher named Chava Shelhav.
Gymnastics are done in group.-.
Assuming, however, that you are
alone for the moment, she will
spread a mat. and you start by
doing several hip exercises. Now
you take a small plastic ball and
roll it around like a cat. Good
for your instep. Now you roll it
with your head, elbow, ear. You
do stretching exercises on the
ladders. You take a rope and
jump: take the rope with your
toes, slowly, slowly. Walk with
-lick behind your shoulders,
like a shepherdess in the Inbal
dance group. Walk straight along
the lines on the floor, made of
linoleum.
Muscle Strengthening
At first the exercises are sim-
ple; later they become more dif-
ficult. You ask Chava if it is
possible to improve certain por-
tions of your body. She tells
you that she doesrft believe its
possible to change an ankle, for
instance, but one can strengthen
one's muscles. Gymnastics takes
an hour, and are another I10
a month, in addition to the
I200. But it is not necessary,
and gymnastics are not obliga-
tory.
Return to the dressing room,
change to bathrobe and shower
cap. lie ready on the couch. For-
get about your hairdo, take off
your make-up. An employee ar-
rives, escorts you to the steam
room and Turkish bath. You
hand her your robe, standing in
your original beauty. Wait a
minute first, take along a cup
of salt from Sdom. then enter
slowly, and don't slip. The room
is tilled vvith steam and fortun-
ately you can't sec the others
there. Sit down on the first step
and smear your>elf with the
Sdom salt, fan this be borne?
Go up to the second step, the
third. You sweat, and sweat,
and sweat. It seems like an
Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner (left). President Kennedy's Special As-
sistant lor Science and Technoloqy, receives Honorary Fellow-
ship of the Weizmann Institute of Science at a recent dinner in
New York. Arthur B. Krim (right) served as chairman of the
function.
eternity. Try to think of some-
thing: what to cook. sew. what
to say to your best enemy when
you see her. Want to go up yet
another step'.' Please. No. better
stay where you were. You sweat,
and sweat some more. Every
thing seems to be flowing out of
you. as you sit thi* way for about
a quarter of an hour.
A Full Rich Day
You leave. Your head is swim-
ming. Never mind. Take your
bathrobe and go to shower in
cold water. You feel fine. You
are taken to the massage room,
and put down on the table. Be-
hind the curtain you hear the
hard slaps being given to an-
other woman. You hear her tell-
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licensed, Insured free Istimofes
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Dial FR 1-6158
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PHONE JE 8-8721
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Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
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1087 N.E. 79th ST.
Phone 758-4901
GREETINGS
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NE 4-7744
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INC.
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1451 E. 10th Ave.
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TU 5-3831
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iMFOffTfRS and MANUFACTURERS
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Bar Stools, Finished & Upholstered
In Any Colors
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Ph. 635-6650
GREETINGS
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866 S.E. 9th TERR.
HIALEAH, FLA.
in.s the masseuse: "My husband
is abroad, in Johannesburg. He
was in Sierra Leone too. on busi-
ness. Then he went to Europe. I
was to have joined him. but I
won't go. I think. I'm tired. Last
year. I was in St. Moritz. Switz-
erland this time."
The masseuse comes up to you.
turns you over, massages you.
slaps you. chats with you. You
ask her if you can improve any
parts of your body and she says.
"Of course." If only for the sake
of d;scussion. you ask: "Who has
time for such things?" She an-
swers you: "If you have time for
your dressmaker or beauty op-
erator, you have time for the
Contirued on Page 12-D
GREETINGS
BUYAMA
REFRIGERATION CO.
SALiS and SERVICE
Household Appliances Repairs
10465 N.W. 7th AVE.
Phone PL 8-7850
Carrier Air-Conditioner Service
Best Wishes To All
G1N0 HAIR STYLIST
"Tour Satisfaction Our Pleasure"
1057 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Ph. JE 8-4478
We Wire Flowers
Miami Springs Branch 887 7661
EM and STAN'S
FLORIST
Bridal Bouquets Cut Flowers
Potted Plants Funeral Wreaths
Flower Shop and Nursery
CORSAGES We Deliver
14601 W. DIXIE HWY.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Wl 7-5980
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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& I ; Hi on ii
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call ART MART
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Holiday Greetings to All
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530 NW 26th STREET Ph. NE 5-6507
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Best Wishes for a Happy
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from MR. and MRS. ARTHUR DEGUTZ
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Miami Beach
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+Jenis* fkrkHar
Friday. April 20. I%2
HAPPY PASSOVER
YOUR FRIENDLY
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WASHERi DRYERS COMBINATIONS
1430 N.W. 79th STREET Miami
Phone PL 8-9676
SEASON'S GREETINGS
AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO.
3701 N. Miami Avenue
PL 9*0757
Holiday Greetings to All .
STANDARD WELDING
SUPPLY CO.
N C G Authorized Dealer
WALTER MAHANY, Prop.
4382 N.W. 32nd Avenue
Phone NE 5-0803
t
GREETINGS...
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Member of A.B.S., U.6.S., C.B.A., S.P.C.A.
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SEASON'S BEST WISHES
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24-HQUR NURSING SERVICE
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BUY WITH CONflDlNCt IN CORAL GABLES SINCl 194t
2340 P.nte Dt leon Blvd. Free Delivery HI 1-2607
Best Wishes for Passover
TIM nAY LORD COSTUMES
Made to Order CostumesSince 1925'Truman Lord"
1741 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 1-2011
GREETINGS TO ALL
U. S. PLASTERING COMPANY
Plastering lathing Stucco To Pleas* You
Mo Job Too Small or Too Big
1736 S.W. 6th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone FR 4-8115
Floods are Gravest Danger in the Negev
Continued from Page 3-D
fields not only from dust storms
but from yet another danger, loc-
usts. The swarms, arriving in
the evening, have- been observed
to land on trees and rest through
the night until the next morning
when they begin to devour the
field.
Looking Ahead
Spurred on by its success in all
these spheres, the Jewish National
Fund is now venturing with its
reclamation and afforestation
work right into the "Far Negev"
and into the desert of the South-
ern Arava Valley. This year the
first experiment was undertaken
in the bleak hills of the Central
Negev. between Sde Boker and
Avdat, where the highway to
Eilat curves around the deep Tsin
Canyon and is highly endangered
by winter floods.
There the Fund has made a be-
ginning by planting a grove ol
trees on 320 dunams. and first re-
ports from this area are encour-
aging. The Jewish National Fund
is now, therefore, looking for-
ward to proceeding with its work
all the way to Eilat, hoping to
help even this desert port acquire
a fresh and attractive look
through the many trees which
the JNF will plant there.
Barren regions, such as one shown above, have lain id'.i Soi
centuries, and are being made fertile today.________________
Time Out for Health Club
Continued from Page 11-D
Health Club. Your health is most
important."
A half hcur passes. She is fin-
ished. She puts you on another
table under a sun lamp. Put on
the dark glasses she gives you.
Fry yourself three minutes on
one side, three minutes on the
other. I6 please. Massages
are not included in the I 200.
Now go to the showers again
for a hot shower. Wash off all
the grease. You arc taken to the
chiropodist, a sweet E
speaking man from New Z |,
He removes whatever ha- be
removed, corrects your i' .
toenails. massages your fei You
feel a warmth throughoi tir
body. 14. please.
Two or three hours ha\
by since the moment you er red.
You feel as if you have id a
rich full day. And you ha as
guest of the Abraham B
former Miamians now i i he
Sheraton Health Club. Te. '.viv.
Our Tradition of Charity Through the Ages
Continued from Page 6-D
sess the noble impulse to kindly-
action and charitable thought. In
additon to the provision of food
ing raiment, it demands sym-
pathetic consideration for the
feelings of the needy, patience
with their shortcomings, forbear-
ance with their faults, as well as
tactful provisions for the wants of
those who are too semitive to ac-
cept charity.
BILL AUSTIN FORD. Inc.
HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOI SERVICE
"W APPKtCIAlt DOING BUSINESS WITH T0U"
3801 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone NE 5-0311
OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES
SPECTOR and SONS
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
In a word 'rachmones' The
Talmud states bluntly: uyone
devoid of 'rachmones' and human
fellow-feeling with suffer ?:-, is
not a descendant of Abraham."
The Jew nas sintered so much
hurt, has endured so man; njus-
tices, experienced so cor MelJ
the miseries of life that v y for
the poor and the humtli.v
become a second nature
In his long, agonized wan
he has seen at close r so
many men of all races and oi
all countries, different
where and everywhere ;ili that
he had understood and
in the flesh of his flesh r
is one and God is one.
To be a good Jew meat' > in-
derstand the concept ot
kah,' to fullheartedly SU| 1 it(
575 S.W. 22nd Avenue
Phone FR 91365
GREETINGS
HANER'S
Custom Engine Repair
MARINE & AUTOMOTIVE
CONVERSIONS- INSTALLATIONS
OVERHAUL & TUNE UP
3745 SHIPPING AVE.
Ph. 443-5008
Greetings to Ail
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INC.
ROLLING DOOR
and
TRACK HARDWARE
NE 4-6265
3525 NW 50th STREET
TO ALL GREETINGS
FENIM0RE APARTMENT HOTEL
1200 IIKU0 AVENUE PHONE JE MM
Best Wishes
for the
Holiday Season
DICK
RICHMOND
- Fine Men's Clothes -
201 E. Flogler Street
Miami
300 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables


Friday. April 20. 1962
+.lpwl Pag 13-D
Dedication to Nurturing Israel's Cultural Life
Continued from Page 4-D
School of Music. After being in-
vitee to prepare the Kol Israel
chorus for the world premiere of
DarhlS Milhaud's opera "David,"
Milhruid's recommendation won
lor Kaplan a scholarship to study
.a the Aspen School of Music in
Colorado. He has also received
ihe Frank. DaincQftcJx. Prize and.-
the Koussevitsky Scholarship for
conducting.
Shortly after his graduation
from Juilliard, Kaplan was
named head of its Choral De-
partment, and last summer he
wai appointed Music Director of
one of New York's leading chor-
uses, the Collegiate Chorale.
The careers of Barenboim, Gat
;i n (1 Kaplan are successfully
launched, but the Foundation's
roster of scholarship students in-
cludes many more who show
great promise.
Justifiably Proud
Shmuel Ashkcnasi, for exam-
ple. a violinist, is a student ol
Eirem Zimbalist at the Curtis
School of Music in Philadelphia.
Shmuel is now in Moscow compet-
ing in the Second Tchaikowsky
Contest for Violin, Piano and Cel-
lo. This is the competition which
launched Van Cliburn's spectacu-
lar career. A few years ago,
Shmuel won the coveted Herri-
weather Post Award, which
brought with it, in addition to
S2.0W) in prize money the oppor-
tunity to appear as soloist with
the National Symphony of Wash-
ington, D.C.
Another promising musician is
Itzhak Pearlman. crippled by
polio, whose talents were recog-
nized by the Foundation when at
the age of eleven he received his
first scholarship for study in Is-
rael. Hailed by Yehudi Menuhin
and Zino Francescatti as a violin
prodigy, Izhak was brought to
the United States when he was
thirteen under a special Founda-
tion grant. Itzhak has been study-
ing with the noted violin teacher,
Ivan Galamian, at the Juilliard
School of Music for the past three
years. Reports from Juilliard all
echo the same phrase: Man ex-
ceptionally gifted child with tre-
mendous potential."
Justifiably proud of the accom-
plishments of these exceptionally
brilliant young artists, the Foun-
dation is further rewarded as its
scholarship students become part
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-
Edward M. Kennedy (second from left), youngest brother of
President Kennedy, discusses world affairs with an earnest
group of students of Hebrew University of Jerusalem during
his recent visit to Israel. .
of the fabric of Israel's cultural
life. Today, many are already
members of the Israel Philhar-
monic and Haifa Symphony Or-
chestras: they are teaching in Is-
rael's art schools and conserva-
tories of music; they are in the
vanguard of young composers,
artists and writers who are forg
ing Israel's cultural life.
The Foundation scholarship
family continues to grow. Another
scholarship competition has just
been completed in Tel Aviv, and
the Foundation is now aiding a
new group of budding musicians
and artists, 150 in all, develop
their talents. In these young peo-
ple, and in the many who will fol-
low, rests the hopes of world Jew-
ry for Israel's future as a center
of culture.
Best Wishes
For A Happy
Passover
***

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IMIHIMNVMM
PARAMOUNT
FLORIDA
BOULEVARD
BEACH
SHERIDAN
SHORES
REGENT
GABLES
CORAL
OLYMPIA
Problems of Jewish Rescue
Even without the new immigra-
tion, Jewish rescue poses prob-
lems of great magnitude. While
Israel has accomplished miracles
in absorbing three quarters of the
more than a million immigrants
who settled there since 19, there
are still well over a quarter of
a million not fully integrated.
At the same time, outside
Israelin Europe, Africa and
Asian lands265,000 Jews in need
depend on UJA for life-saving
assistance. All told, 600,000 of our
fellow Jews look to UJA for aid
in 1962.
Passover Greetings to All
J. B. FORD CO,
1774 West Flagler Street
FR 9-3508
GREETINGS
It's Clean It Wears Longer
ASPHALT MATERIAL CO.
PAVING WITH PLANT MIXED ASPHALT
1000 NW 57th Avenue MO 7-2551
P.O. Box 44-008 Miami, Fla.
It is again a Pleasure To Extend
Season's Greetings To All
ABE AIXEXBERG
HAPPY PASSOVER
PARTY TIME
DIVISION OF
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RENTING CO. INC.
'A Complete Rental Service for Your Partv"
Chairs Tables Imported Linens
Fine Chinaware Flatware Lawn Umbrellas
Silver Service Candelabras
Glassware Tents
Dance Floors Display Items
3421 NW 36th STREET
NEwton 5-6112 NEwton 4-2058
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HAULOVER BEACH DOCK-PIER 2
$3.75 Per Person
10800 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
Phone: Wl 7-3531 Res.: PL 7-2043
"For Pleasant Fishing 3 Trips Daily"
TO ALL GREETINGS
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And Associate*
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
NE 3-3201
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INSURANCE ADJUSTORS FOR THE PUBLIC ONLY
420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL GREETINGS
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TUTEN'S FENCE ERECTORS
"Through Service We Grow"
3375 East 4th Avenue Hialeah
OX 1-4454
TO ALL GREETINGS Enjoy Your Stay; Relax in Comfort
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A Resort Motel in the Heart of Miami Beach
6600 COLLINS AVENUE Phone UN 6-1617
GREETINGS...
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All fOKMS OF INSURANCE
113 ALMERIA AVENUE CORAL CABLES
Phon. HI 3 2555


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vJewist Hcrkfi^r
Friday. April 20 \^2
r- xz
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Jade Pagoda
RESTAURANT
8001 BISCAYNE BLVD.
FEATURING BOSTON STYLED .
CHINESE and POLYNESIAN FOOD
You Calling PL 7-9152 Ccc e Te /er
Holiday Greetings
BAL HARBOUR HOTEL
5 KB EGB Gen ';-
10101 Collins Avenue
Bal Harbour
SERVING GREATER MIAMI
SWIMMING Pool Troubles?
Leaks Corrected Painting, Repairs Monthly Service
Cmuaft the Beoch % Oldett totl Specio/istj
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
DYSART
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
THE BILLY BELLACK
ORCHESTRA
Specializing in
WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS
Phone Wl 7-8124
1055 N.E. 171st Terrace No. Miami Beach
LANG ROOFING &
TILE CO., INC.
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
PL 8-1009 PI 1-2878
Establ.shed 1939
430 N.W. 79th Street
Ureeting* .41/ .
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en
JE 2-2383
6o7 LINCOLN RD.
UN 5 3586
9592 HARDING AVL

HAPPY PASSOVER FROM
YOUR FULLER BRUSH MAN
PI 8-2321
To All a Most Happy Passover
Tartak's OPA-LOCKA DRI'GS
490 Ope-locka Blvd. Phone MU 1-3122
Israel Bonds and Our Passover Heritage
By ABRAHAM FEINBERG
Israel Bond President
The ancient struggle for
dom and human .'ignity. cele-
brated in the Passover DoUdi
i struggle that is still very much
with u- II il a struggle that
has aanj aspects and involves
many peoples ail over the a
Among the new ttmntnn
basicallj striving to catch up
KB thv :: M M through ''
development In our supo. 11
Israel ipmeat thrj-j.h the
1-rael Bond drive, we ha
to ad\-=r*:e the can-
-uman digni
of the world.
In a rea.
Passover is being
are r:
land. Israel, in a renewed
of ma>> immigration Man} ot the
e scl
is trie Negev.
where the ancient Hebrews en-
tered the promised land
their wanderings in the Sinai pen-
insula
Because of the new exodus :o
Israel, the timetable of Israel's
development must be revised to
make the Negev fit for mass set-
tlement and economic growth.
Our help :s needed to irnga'e the
arid regions, to build roads, to
erect factories, homes and
schools, to complete the new port
a; Ashdod and to expand the har-
bor facilities at Elath All of these
add up to a great and chal-
lenging adventure in pioneering
Universal Mess*9
The restoration of the Negev is
the essence of Israel's future It
is on this sandy frontier that Is-
rael's destiny as a homeland for
the homeless will forever be in-
scribed. Our participation
The construction of 20.000 new homes with the aid of Israel
Bonds represents one of the primary tasks of the Government
of Israel as part of its program of absorption and integration
of larae numbers of new immigrants. Above, homes are go-
ing up in Arad. one of the new development towns of the
Negev. just west of the Dead Sea, a development project
made possible by Israel Bond funds.
through Israel Bonds is necessary
to hasten the new era of settle-
ment and development of the
Negev as another vital chapter in
the fulfillment of the hopes for a
strong, free and economically
self-reliant Israel
Passover has a message for all
people of goodwill Similarly, the
reclamation of the Negev desert
through our Israel Bond pur-
chases has a bearing on the fu-
ture not only of Israel, but of
manv countries in various pans
of the world where large tracts
of land have lain undeveloped lor
centuries In helping Israel con-
quer the Negev. ue can show that
there is real hope for other vast
undeveloped parts of the world.
This will give a deeDer m<-
to our Passover heritage of free-
dom and human progress
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Jo All Our Tenon's and friends
CONGRESS BLDG.
Ho day Gree* ngs fro-- Mr a^a Mrs. Lever Rose-oerg of
The Treasure Isle Villa Motel
AIR CONDITIONED POOL
FISHING DOCKS T.V. IN ALL ROOMS
Call UNiort 5-3711 for reservations
1865 79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach, Fla.
TO ALL GREETINGS
JewelryDiamondsWatch Repairing
SNOW'S JEWELERS
5398 Palm Avenue (Next to Food Fair)
Phone MU 5-2704
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
4021 LeJeune Road Coral Gables
Phone HI 8-6516
Seder
Continued from Pe 9-D
at the door The door opened and
there stoodtheir mother. And.
behind her. Mrs R.. who had ar-
ranged it all
When the excitement had died
a little, the your..
learned the sobering newsMrs
Cohen was not yet well enoush to
leave the hospital permanently.
but there was lmprovemen-
she had been given leave to
home and enjoy the Passover hol-
iday with her children
It was a most memorable Seder.
Compliments
of
MH. AND MRS.
SEASONS GREETINGS
TO ALL
Now Located at
227 Seybold Bldg
JOHN STRATMAN
Primp Meats
572 N.E. 125fh Street
PLaxa 4-8472
Passover Greetings to Al
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
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server CeMtteie
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rriday. April 20. 1962
* fcwisii FfcridF/f&n
Page 1SD
United Jewish Appeal and Exodus Today
By JOSEPH MEYERHOFF
General Chairman UJA
ANEW EXODUS is under way
as we prepare to observe
; issover this year. Tens Of thou-
sands of Jews are on (he move to
Isfael arid other lands. Their'
movement adds rich significance
this year to man's most ancient
[estiva! of freedom. Every ship
or plane that leaves with a prec-
ious cargo of immigrants, bound
lor a new life of dignity and lib-
trty, heightens for usthe Jews
ol Americathe sense of respon-
sibility which lies at the heart oi
ihe meaning of Passover.
Remembering the Haggadah's
admonition, "Whosoever is in
want, let him come and eat,'* let
us remember with a generous
-pirit the great number of fel-
low Jews who look to us for res-
cue and let usfigurativelyset
places for them at our holiday
table.
The new Exodus depends in
large measure on the American
Jewish community. Only our
help, adequate and on time, will
keep the freedom trains, ships
and planes moving and sustain
those who wait their turn for lat-
er resettlement. Only we can
write a happy ending to this new
(hapter in the Haggadah of Jew-
ish experience.
This is perhaps the greatest
Jewish migration in a decade.
The curve is rising steeply and,
Welcoming Newcomers
The immigrants of today depart
with virtually no resources. Df-
ten a single suitcase is all that
remains of the possessions of a
lifetime. In Israel, whence most
will direct their steps, facilities
lor reception, resettlement and
absorption have been placed un-
der heavy strain by the vast new
influx.
Yet, Israel's people welcome
the newcomers. They keep their
gates open, offering haven lor
every Jew who wishes to come,
regardless of age, health or finan-
cial conditon They make enor-
mous personal sacrifices to meet
the cost of this immigration.
There is no doubt that they
spend at least two dollars tor
i very dollar contributed by the
t'nited Jewish Appeal in meeting
the cost of the immigration and
absorption of the newcomers.
Many of these Israelis were ref-
ugees just a few short years ago
themselves. They are doing more
GREETINGS TO MY
BOXING & WRESTLING
FANS .
CHRIS DUNDEE
Boxing and Wrestling Promoter
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
GREETINGS
iyki: IIHOS.
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Paint Work Frame Work
Upholstering
Wrecker Service)
Motor Tune-Up
Brakes Relined
35 NE 29th STREET
Ph. FR 9-1693
SERVING YOU FOR OVER A
QUARTER Of A CENTURY
ACE TILE &
TERRAZZO CLEANERS
CONSULTANTS
CHEMICALS FOR ALL FLOORS
Tile & Terrazzo Cleaning
Rentals on Concrete Grinders
Rentals on All floor Machinery
2131 N.W. 51st STREET
NE 4-1293
Trainees at Ft. Dix, N.J., find that military exercises in the field
are very much like the rea lthing. On bivouac during Pass-
over, the men get Passover foods from their chaplain, and
while it is not the same as celebrating at home, it is as close
as possible to it, with Jewish Welfare Board the instrument
of achievement.
than their share. Certainly, we
must do ours.
This tremendous opportunity to
help save Jewish lives underlies
the 1962 United Jewish Appeal's
S35.0O0.0O0 Special Fund to meet
the need arising from increasing
Think of these immigrants at
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rriday. April 20. 1962 •* fc wi si i FfcridF/f&n Page 1SD United Jewish Appeal and Exodus Today By JOSEPH MEYERHOFF General Chairman UJA A NEW EXODUS is under way as we prepare to observe ; issover this year. Tens Of thousands of Jews are on (he move to Isfael arid other lands. Their' movement adds rich significance this year to man's most ancient [estiva! of freedom. Every ship or plane that leaves with a precious cargo of immigrants, bound lor a new life of dignity and libtrty, heightens for us—the Jews ol America—the sense of responsibility which lies at the heart oi ihe meaning of Passover. Remembering the Haggadah's admonition, "Whosoever is in want, let him come and eat,'* let us remember with a generous -pirit the great number of fellow Jews who look to us for rescue and let us—figuratively—set places for them at our holiday table. The new Exodus depends in large measure on the American Jewish community. Only our help, adequate and on time, will keep the freedom trains, ships and planes moving and sustain those who wait their turn for later resettlement. Only we can write a happy ending to this new (hapter in the Haggadah of Jewish experience. This is perhaps the greatest Jewish migration in a decade. The curve is rising steeply and, Welcoming Newcomers The immigrants of today depart with virtually no resources. Dften a single suitcase is all that remains of the possessions of a lifetime. In Israel, whence most will direct their steps, facilities lor reception, resettlement and absorption have been placed under heavy strain by the vast new influx. Yet, Israel's people welcome the newcomers. They keep their gates open, offering haven lor every Jew who wishes to come, regardless of age, health or financial conditon They make enormous personal sacrifices to meet the cost of this immigration. There is no doubt that they spend at least two dollars tor i very dollar contributed by the t'nited Jewish Appeal in meeting the cost of the immigration and absorption of the newcomers. Many of these Israelis were refugees just a few short years ago themselves. They are doing more GREETINGS TO MY BOXING & WRESTLING FANS CHRIS DUNDEE Boxing and Wrestling Promoter MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM GREETINGS IYKI: IIHOS. & SOX Paint Work — Frame Work Upholstering Wrecker Service) Motor Tune-Up Brakes Relined 35 NE 29th STREET Ph. FR 9-1693 SERVING YOU FOR OVER A QUARTER Of A CENTURY ACE TILE & TERRAZZO CLEANERS CONSULTANTS CHEMICALS FOR ALL FLOORS Tile & Terrazzo Cleaning Rentals on Concrete Grinders Rentals on All floor Machinery 2131 N.W. 51st STREET NE 4-1293 Trainees at Ft. Dix, N.J., find that military exercises in the field are very much like the rea lthing. On bivouac during Passover, the men get Passover foods from their chaplain, and while it is not the same as celebrating at home, it is as close as possible to it, with Jewish Welfare Board the instrument of achievement. than their share. Certainly, we must do ours. This tremendous opportunity to help save Jewish lives underlies the 1962 United Jewish Appeal's S35.0O0.0O0 Special Fund to meet the need arising from increasing Think of these immigrants at Passover, and of where their Seders will take place. Homes must be provided for this army of newcomers. Israel is rushing construction of 18,000 new housing units Most of the costs of this construction, like the total over-all cost of the 1962 immigration, will be borne by the government and the people of Israel. But American Jewry's share, through UJA, is crucial. While housing and transportation are the major cost items in the new immigration, they are by no means the only ones. Initial grants on arrival, funds to provide the bare nousehold essentials, such as pots, pans, and beddingresources for Hebrew languagetraining, job-training, day-care centers and the rest—all these are indispensable and can be fully provided only through increased support to L'JA this year. These are the facts of Jewish life this year—which—at Passover time—should bring into action our most generous impulses. Support of UJA's double drive this year will be the most fitting way to apply the meaning and spirit of the ancient freedom festival to the compelling needs of our fellow Jews today. THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 7200 N.W. 29th AVE. MIAMI Pln OX 1-0941 fxtend Best Wishes fo All Tlieir friends and Patrons for a Happy Passover HOLIDAY GREETINGS from THE WILLIAM J. BURNS INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, INC "COMPLETE DETECTIVE SERVICE" Room 915, 111 NE. 2nd Ave. CONGRESS BUILDING DIAL FR 1-3934 MR. and MRS. MAX THURSTON of ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE, INC. WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL C. DANA WOODMAN REALTOR 88 Merrick Way Phone HI 3-2534 GREETINGS! I llli ST. FABRIC; BAZAAR Monday to Saturday 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. 1367 N. Miami Ave. FR 7-1315 • FR 9-6791 TO ALL GREETINGS CAPT. S. HAMWAY BOAT POPEYE TOO HAULOVER BEACH DOCK Phone Wl 7-3525 ENJOY A DAY FISHING — Pi*r 2 — 10800 COLLINS AVE. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FORMOSA RESTAURANT 711 Washington Ave., M. B. JE 8-1130 5716 S. Dixie Hwy., So. Miami MO 5-3881 SPECIALIZING IN • CHINESE '"• POLYNESIAN # AMERICAN CUISINE (Orders to Take Oof) HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Nu-Art SIGNS of quality 1690 ALTON ROAD (near Lincoln Road) JE 4-4382 SEASON'S GREETINGS J. M. MONTGOMERY ROOFING CO. Dial HI 8-8159 369 Granello Ave., Coral Gables Truly Nolen Exterminators Regular Exterminating Service for the Home JE 1-3444 FR 7-1411 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS E. B. LEATHERMAN Dade County Court House GRAND CENTRAL FREIGHT FURNITURE SALES 1636 NW 7th AVE., Miami Phone FR 4-4774 WISH ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS ALBERT E. MILLER SERVICE STATION. -CADILLAC SPtCIAUSJS" txpert Automobile maintenance 370 NW 8th AVENUE Phone FR 4-9*01 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL SCOTTIE QUALITY CLEANERS 245 NE 59th STREET Ph. PL 9-2324 DORIS AND NICK KARAN OF The New IAPX BOX 9537 HARDING AVE. Extend Best Wishes for a Happy Passover to Our Neighbors To All Season's Best Wishes JANE S. ROBERTS Your School Board Member TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS SWIFT & COMPANY Refreshingly yours •, Swift's ice Cream. PHONE HI 8-6555



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Friday. April 20, 1962 'Jewlsti nrridtfan Page 13-B Spaet Committee Grows to 1,100 Two members of the Combined Jewish Appeal Liquor Group map their windup plans for the 1962 campaign. They are Jerome W. Halpern (left) and Marvin Levin, co-chairmen of the group. Eldredge Opens Beach Quarters State Rep. David Eldredge opened two headquarters on Miami Beach last week, and used the occasion to attack "the sending of American foreign aid to those nations endangering the existence of Falk Receives Double Honor Judge Jack A. Falk. of the Criminal Court of Dade County, was this month honored as "Citizen of the Month" by the University of Miami evening newspaper, "Evening Breeze." The same week, Judge Falk also received notice that he was promoted to the rank of major in the United States Army Reserve. Judge and Mrs. Falk reside at 1835 SW $2nd Ct. such United States allies as Israel." "Nasser alone has received close to one billion dollars in your tax dollars." Eldredge charged. "Then he turns around and plays footsie with Russia in the United Nations." Eldredge pledged that he "will never vote for any foreign aid bill that includes American tax dollars for Communist-dominated nations." "It just doesn't make sense to help our enemies bury us," Eldredge said. He said the practice of sending foreign aid to those nations which bar American Jewish servicemen is also "reprehensible," and vowed to fight such action as a congressman. Eldredge is seeking the seat in the House of Representatives from the Fourth Congressional District. Harold Spaet's projected "Committee of 1,000" to head his campaign for Circuit Judge in Group 1 "is now a 'Committee of 1,100' and giowing every day," according to the County Commissioner. Members of the steering committee include many who have attended ,S,pae{s' campaign affairs throughout the county, contributors, volunteers at the Miami and Miami Beach campaign headquarBlair Sets Sights On Dade's Guns Samuel Blair. candidate for State Representative in Group 1, states in his campaign that "In the event the voters of Dade county endorse me as their new state representative. I will fight for a bill outlawing in Dade county and the Slate of Florida the possession of guns without a valid permit. "It took Dade county courts only a few weeks to outlaw a rather harmless and inconsequential book concerning the lives and loves of the inmates of a house of ill-repute, but the merchants of death are allowed to peddle guns to any and all who wish to purchase them. "In 1961, 141 persons in Dade county alone, were shot to death ters, and those who have written in offering help, he said. Each will receive a journal, "Spaetline," with up-to-date news of the campaign. Spaet, an attorney for 32 years, has served as Judge of the Miami Beach Municipal Court and president of the Miami Beach Bar Assn. He has been a Vice Mayor and Councilman of Miami Beach from. 1953 to 1960, past president of the Florida League of Municipalities, and past president of the Dade County League of Municipalities. He is also a trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital, director of the Children's Home Society of Southeastern Florida, and past vice president of the Florida State Elks Assn. GREETINGS MARTHA'S FLOWER SHOP Our Wedding Work is Superb Flowers for All Occasions "A Complete Floral Service" Art with Flowers 801 Arthur Godfrey Road IE 8-5523 I VOTE FOR KENNETH D. CASTLEBERRY COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOUR • A Friend of Trade L'nions • YOUR VOICE will carry thru CastlebeiTJ PD. POL. ADVT. GREETINGS VENETIAN NURSING & CONVALESCENT HOME FM All TTTE CASK 1330 NE Bay shore Dr. Miami FR 9-7649 MR. AND MRS. NATHAN K. SPECTOR Directors emr/NGS ro ALL Aaron Kapit DESK EXCHANGE Phone NE 44024 New and Used Office furniture 2742 N.W. 35th STREET VERN0ND.B0ND Bond Transfer Co., Inc. Trucking 2160 NW 8th AVENUE PHONE FR 4-3144 GREETINGS A A A TO COMMEMORATE THE ENDURING SPIRIT OF INDEPENDENCE CHASE FEDERALSAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LINCOLN ROAD ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD COLLINS AVENUE On the Mall at 1100 425 at Sheridan Avenue at 75th Street SURSIDE NORTH MIAMI BEACH 9564 Harding Avenue 163rd St. Shopping Center Miami Beach Offices: Call JE 8-7411 163rd St. Shopping Center Office: Call Wl 5-7625 Broward County: Call JA 3-8774 PASSOVER GREETINGS JOHNNIE & MACE BODY SHOP "By the Railroad Track" Painting—Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th Street Phone FR 9-8311 SINCERE GOOD WISHES The Holiday DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER 901 NE. 125th Street GREETINGS TO ALL FROM BILL-JACK-HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone FR 4-4174 A. F. 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Friday. April 20. 1962 +Jew 1st fhradian Page 5-A Finalize Boat Night Plans Final plans for the community,de celebration of Israel's 14th nniversary of independence, to be held aboard the M.S. f.atypso JLiner in May" 5, will be mapped at a Sunday morning meeting in the Miami Beach home of Mr. and Mrs. %  ack S. Popick. Popick. president of the South • I or id a Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University ; Jerusalem, sponsor of the sea-] ^ding salute, to Israel's birthday, Is I chairman of the dinner-dance, j Mrs, Samuel Simonhoff, president • the Greater Miami Women's Di-; liion of the American Friends, is' chairman, and honorary chairtn areMr. and Mrs, Charles harcowsky. The Charcowsky family has donated more than $300,000 to the Hebrew. University, and the entrance to the university is named Charcowsky Square in their hor.ar. Popick stressed "Ihat the dinner, i will be a black tie function, „ill not be a cruise to Bimini. •We will depart the Miami docks 8 45 p.m. Saturday, and sail out bout 12 miles towards Palm Beach >r the Keys, and return at 1 a.m., Sunday," lie explained. •There will be no speeches and no Inrmal ceremonies," he added, but Israel's historic declaration I,I independence will be read." There will be two dance bands and special Calypso entertainment aboard, according to Daniel Dubbin, head of th Canaveral International subsidiary which operates the 190-foot motor vessel. The South Florida Division is sponsoring the $500,000 Solar Env Research Center at Hebrew I Diversity, and the Greater Miami Women's Division is co-sponsoring $1,000,000 campaign to complete il equip the Jewish National and l Diversity library, located on the new Hebrew University campus in ilit Jerusalem suburb of Givat Bam. Reservations may be made at the brew University's new offices al One Lincoln Road. Speaks erf Convention Fred Stone, field underwriter with the Miami-Rafkind Agency, among leaders in the countrywide production standings of the Home Life Insurance Company of New York, has ranked first in sales tor the month of March, and is second for the year. GIVE YOURSELF A VOICE ON DADE'S COUNTY COMMISSION! Leonard Rosen (left), chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Over the Top committee, chats with members of the Bay Harbor Residents Division. Left to right are Rosen, George Sogg, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schick. Southwest Center Planning Dance Southwest Jewish Center is sponFeatured entertainers will be EOrfng a show and dance on SunNapoleon Reed, singer, and the Amazing Maurice, with Al Liebert, clay evening, Apr. 29, in the grand of "Leave it to Liebert," acting as ballroom of the new Westbrooke n a ster of ceremonies, and music Country Club. 8500 SW 8th st. supplied by the "Coachmen." Donor Award luncheon B'nai B'rith Women. Miami %  '.• acta chapter 519, will hold its annual donor award luncheon at the Algiers hotel on Tuesday noon, '. 8. GOLFERS 1 LOWER YOUR SCORES! You con hove new Grips insfolledClubs reshaittd or reweighfedWHILE YOU WAIT! Wood club! refinished like ew — All nicki removed, rescored and name replaced. Also specials on golf shoes, bags, carts, balls, gaalels and accessories. Best selections. 'EVERYTHING FOR THE GOITER" GOLF CLUB SERVICE 1423 Ponce d Leon Blvd. HI 3-2659 Coral Gables, Fla. GOFF'S YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 ELECT JOE MALEK JUSTICE OF PEACE Pull 5th DISTRICT Pull Lever Lever 44-A 44-A IM. Pol. Adv. L magnificent FIRST RACE 815 PM. MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club '/ DOG RAGING NIGHTLY (fxceof Sundavs) NO MINORS For Reservations phone JE 1-0348 MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club SOUTH END OVCOLUNS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH ELECT M A L GLA • • 1 Able Attorney Beach High, Graduate U of M 30-Year Resident Past President, Miami Beach Zionists Past President, Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Vice Mayor of Miami Beach City Councilman Twice Elected Justice of the Peace Past Master Masonic Lodge Officer, Elks, B'nai B'rith, Jewish War Veterans Honorary of Haiti Consul Elected Democratic Commirteeman Judge Englonder YOUR CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSION FIFTH DISTRICT MALVIN ENGLANDtR FROM MIAMI BEACH TO GOLDEN BEACH AND IN SURFSIDE • BAY HARBOR ISLANDS • NORTH BAY VILLAGE AND ALL OF DISTRICT FIVE THE TREND IS TO MAL ENGLANDER IF PULL LEVER %  %  k -* %  -k • • +++***+*+*++**+**********++*++****?EXTENDING TO YOU A IN EVERY WAY A nDB v;r/-"-? \m ~-r s KOSHEREN AND FRAYLICHEN PESACH CENTRAL BANK & TRUST CO. N.W. 36th STREET at 13th AVENUE STANLEY H. WOLPF, President "BAN* WHERE YOU tAH C0RR0W" /Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation



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Pcpge l&A ^Jtmlsii ncr/dfiar Friday, April 20, 1962 Algerian Vows Destruction of Israel PARIS — (JTA) — Ahmed Ben Bella, the Algerian provisional vice Premier, declared in Cairo that the FLN, the former Algerian underground rebel movement, was ready to send 100.000 of its soldiers into battle for "the liberation of Palestine." Ben Bella, who was released from a French prison last month as part of the peace agreement reached between the Algerian nationalists and French at Evian. made the statement to the Middle East News Agency He said "the Palestinian people" should be organized in a front of national liberation similar to the one created in Algeria. Hall Blasts Red Sympathizers Charles "Chuck" Hall. Dade County Commissioner and candidate for election to Congress from the new 3rd District, this week lashed out at elements "seeking to undermine the American way of life." A veteran of combat in the South Pacific theater of World War II, and .active in veterans' affairs in Florida ever since entering public life. Hall feels that "Communism is much too close to Florida lor comfort, in the Cuban Red dictatorship "But even more dangerous is the pro-Russian propaganda campaign v ithin our own borders." Hall added "This has been going on for years, but at the present time is reaching peak proportions." "It is equally necessary," he said, "that a Palestinian liberation army should be formed to serve as an avant garde for the Arab liberation of Palestine. The Arab revolution in Algeria, which has learned the significance of I fighting for the dignity of one country and one people is ready to engage 100,000 of its soldiers in the battle for the liberation of i Palestine." He added: "I would like to tell my Arab brothers that we in Algeria do not consider our revolution to be over as long as the liberation of Palestine is not achieved. I will be happy if I am given a chance to be one of those Arab soldiers who will effectively participate in the liberation of Palestine." He then proceeded to discuss the •dangers" of Zionism with which "we have met during our long years of struggle. We had to suffer from the acts of Zionism which have conspired with imperialists against our people." He said that by Zionists he meant not only the Zionists in Israel but also those in France and Algeria, adding that the Zionists constituted one of the "main forces which are now behind the fascist OAS," the secret European underground army in Algeria. The Ben Bella statement evoked anxiety among both Jewish and non-Jewish groups in France. The 1 French paper L'Aurore declared that, according to the FLN leader, I the Algerians "have learned from the revolutionary experience of the United Arab Republic and it can only be hoped that the Algerians will also learn from the experience of the Egyptians that Israel is prepared to defend itself and that it will not be easy to conquer the Jewish State." French political sources suggested that the Ben Bella statement was a personal bid to regain some of the limelight and prestige he might have lost during his detention. They called his declaration that "of" an opposition member" and not that "of a vice-premier of the Algerian provisional government." These sources said that the FLN, confronted with immediate and major problems in the shift of Algeria to independence, would be unable to give anything more than verbal assistance to the Middle ; East Arab states. 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Air Cleaning Devices for All Applications WHOLESALE 3110 NE 2nd Avenue Phone FR 1-8625 TO ALL GREETINGS GOLD STAR DELICACY SHOP, INC. 6186 SW 8th STREET Miami, Fl*. The Jewish Exodus from Ancient Singapore By JOSEPH G. SASSOON S INGAPORE'S Jewish community, that once helped to transform the island from a fishing village into w*>at iljs Loday — a bustling center of international trade—is rapidly dwindling. What was a community of 1.400 Jews after :he Second World War has now shrunk to 600 Many families, during the past few years, have left for Israel. Australia. Britain and the I'nited States to sef.le down to new lives Others continue to leave. Why are the Jews of Singapore — primarily of Sephardic origin — leaving this great. British. Southeast Asian port, which has been a haven of refuge, security and racial tolerance during the pas: 132 years? The answers to the question, according to Frank Benjamin, ediPublisher of Life Magazine, C. D. Jackson (left), receives the tor of the Singapore Menorah Club Joey Award of great humanitarian service from Arthur B (youth organization bulletin, lies Lorber (right), president of Jewish National Home for Asthmatic in three main reasons: Children at Denver. Looking on are (second from left) Henrv u Th ey u leav Singa po ou \* Cabot Lodge and Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare a belief that they and their chilT7 i ou < dren will be able to lead fuller Abr aham I lives in Western communities and will have greater opportunities in education and employment. 2. They leave because others who have left are encouraging them, 3. Many that have left have done so out of a feeling of insecurity. They feared that the present government of this self-governing state was moving towards Communism. Coma as Traders However, the government's recent declaration that it was nonCommunist, and its decision to merge with Malaya, which has an anti-Communist government, has allayed the fears of many people, Mr. Benjamin concluded. (Singapore lies at the southern tip of the Malayan Peninsula. The foreign policy of the island is still controlled by Britain). The prosperous Little Jewish community began settling in Singapore around 1830. They came to Singapore as traders and merchants from India. Baghdad, and the Middle East. Singapore, founded in 1819. was at the time making great strides as a port. Tooay tne community maintains two large synagogues, but is finding it difficult to hold daily services because of a lack of a mmyan. And, as the community dwindles many of the synagogue's beautiful, silver-embossed torah scrolls are being sent to Israel. There is no trace left of Singapore's first synagogue, built around 1840. 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Friday. April 20, 1962 +Jewish Flcrldian Page 7-A oe; r ite rict ** Israel Condemns Security Council N j 4 JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's Parliament backed Premier David Ben-Gurion this week in a blunt re-; lection of the United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israel for its March raid on Svrian gunposts in the Lake Tiberias area. France abstained in the SecurityCouncil vote, I The Israeli positon was supported by many leading figures in the Inited States and to some degree by some key daily newspapers. The prime Minister said the vote in the Security Council was another example of the double standard which he said that UN organ has consistently applied to disputes between Israel and the Arab countries. The Knesset resolution of rejection called the Security Council resolution a biased one, which disregarded Syrian provocations and • "distortion of justice" which was likely to encourage aggression and endanger the peace of the area. Even the leftist Maipam Party, which had expressed reservations about the March 17 raid, joined in rejecting the Security Council criticism. The Prime Minister said flatly that the resolution denied •"the sovereign equality of all member states of the United Nations," and that it endangered the bas ic aim Appointed to Committee Albert E. Berkeley, senior vice president of the Miami National Bank, has been appointed vice chairman of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce committee on total employment Appointment ter which the UN was established He added that Israel could not and would not yield its right of self-defense or submit to "Syrian violations of sovereignty on Lake Tiberlab or to Syrian army attacks on Israeli fishermen or patrol boats or. the Lake." He noted the lake we* entirely within IsraeJi territory. He also said that Israel would not permit "any sabotage of its v'Uil irrigation plans connected with the Negev." Official French sources indicated in Paris that France had been under severe Anglo-American pressure to vote for the Security Coun,c:\ resolution but it abstained. These sources said that because of the pressure and the forthcoming resumption of diplomatic ties with Syria. France could not veto the resolution. Leading Congressmen reacted slrongly in Washington. Leonard Farbstein, New York Republican, introduced a resolution calling on Secretary of State Dean Rusk to give the House of Representatives •full and complete information w ith respect to the motivation and underlying reasons" for United States sponsorship of the Security Council resolution. In a speech introducing his resolution. Rep. Farbstein was sharply critical of the Security Council vote and the role of the United States delegation in its passage. Rep. Seymour Halpern, another New York Republican, charged that a new American policy had emerged for the Middle East, increasing war dangers there because it invited "renewed Arab military transgressions against Israel while warning Israel not to fight back." In a telegram to Rusk, Rep Halpern asked that American diplomats be alerted to impress on the Arab! states that further a*acks on Israel' would no be condoned. He said he was concerned lest the Arabs interpret the resolution as a green iigbt for new attacks on Israel. Rep. William Ryan, a New York 1 Democrat, also assailed the United [States role in the censure action. He said the only "tangible result" %  of United States policy was "a resoj lution which is negative in apI [.roach and w Inch does not in any i way aid in the search for peace in I that area." 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Page 14-C vJenist! FlcrkJiairi Friday. April 2C. l^g IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND GREETINGS FOR PASSOVER CITY of NORTH MIAMI THOMAS SASSO Mayor E. MAY AVIL City Cle-k J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE Tax Collector WOODWARD M. HAMPTON City Manager Councilmen JOHN B. BOUDROT ED. G. VISCHI LEONARD L. KIMBALL JAMES G. MILLER H. L. Robertson & Associates, Inc. PLUMBERS PLUMBING, HEATING end GAS INSTALLATIONS %  Ml COV ill GRLATER MIAMI" 3148 S.W. 22nd Street Miami, Florida Phone HI 8-1788 GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. Fashion Mart Bldg., 221 NW 1st Court Miami LARRY MARKS & COMPANY MANUFACTURERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE WOMEN'S, MISSfS' g JUNIORS' DKISUS, COATS t SUITS Marks Bldg. 120 N.W. 2nd Strtct Miami, Fla. Phone P 9-2631 JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE PIONEER MOVERS OF MIAMI BEACH ESTABLISHED 1919 1826 West Ave. JE 2-3443 BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS ATLAS SCREW & SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC. Bolt* — Nuts — Screws — Washers — Expansion Bolts Sfeel — Brass — Stainless — Aluminum IRVING M. 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One fines in accurate position today's F lal the 5" a, the Mediter. -• tbi Mi nterranean he Big & and Lake K -ret Jencho is there, as are encno is mere, a, are cooperation has been established between Israel tional Red Cross service. Mogen David Adorn, and the Red Cross ol Ethiopia. Recently, Magen David Adorn experts t'.ew to Addis Ababa to be greeted by Emperor Haile Selcssie as they arrived to help establish an Ethiopicn blood serv.ee. we knew in Israel today, as well as many historic landmarks and portions of the Israeli terrain, including mountains and valleys. The map even suOws the directions of the compass, except that North, instead of pointing vertically upward as our maps show, is pointed in what we would consider a Southwest position; however, if you turn to the North ashown on the map. you put the picture into proper perspective. Scholars at Work From Hungary alone. Dr. Kutsh has brought microfilms of 15.000 documents and books; many thousands of others are from the famous Baron David Guinsburg collection in Leningrad We find among his treasures copies of documents dating back to the year 1021. There are copies of papers, written and printed, in Hebrew. Arabic. Aramaic. JudeoGermaii. Judeo-Arabic. Ladino and Italian (in Hebrew eharacThere are liturgical manuscripts There is a poem, heretofore unpublished, by Yehudah Halevi There are letters exged among iamous Italian rabbis and congregant*, dealing with ordinary, everyday affairs. There are documents and fragments of prayer books used by the followers of pseudo-Messiah BEST WISHES FROM DICK TURPIN DISTRIBUTOR FOR FRIEDRICH FLOATINGAIR AIR CONDITIONERS & COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS CONTRACTORS 1798 NW 20th ST. 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These, too. if you consider the story' ^ Passover in its broader eel — as the story ol .. people who. liberated physically, proceeded to liberate then md the world's spirit — these too are part of the Passover si Some 60 scholars I nous par's of the world, including Israel, are at work in tht Horary bj Prof Katsh. stud>ir,g many "I these books, documents and man, iiscrJnts But for his work, a look at these treasures would haw been impossible with, ul unwel come and difficult and costly trips to forbidden Russia ar Hungary. The Western world has been en riched by these microfilms. And Jewish history and tradition have been well served. To All Our Friends end Patrons Passover Greet "9* BARKIN ENVELOPE MFG. CO. 2740 S.W. 28th LANE MIAMI Phone HI 3-7598 Harry Barkdn A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Dr. and Mrs. Manning J. RotnicV and Family A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Sol MegI*H B E A L T OR 605 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-8551



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Friday. April 20, 1962 iMMfffi n^ridfi^/n Fcce 15-B Sussman, 43 Passes Away William Sussman, 43, of 3701 Pine tree dr., died Saturday, Apr. 14. He came here 15 years ago from New York, and was an architectural and civil engineer. A graduate of Columbia University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he was past president of the M.I.T. Alumni Club of South Florida. At the time of his passing, Mr. Sussman was vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, honorary president of the Beach Branch of the Center* a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, chairman of the Welfare Planning Council, and a trustee of Temple EmanuEl. He was also chairman of the capital needs committee of the Community Center here. Surviving are his wife, Beatrice; a son, Donald; and daughter, Felice. Services were Sunday, Apr. 15, at Riverside Memorial Georce; in AIT. 11 Noi mar .-.i-t.-rs. Mis. sheila lin-ke Is Vnnii. Service! were in Riverside Memorial Chapel, u isle. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE li. d ALBERT SASSON ,f I21„ i M.I BI., ..i...ni Beach, Apr, i' 1 I'-i nm in %  iT yearn Pirn 'uni Xc York I'll} and was .1 retired costume lew -i wner. pmner ..'' 1 li, Si phacdlc .1, wish O iii r. Survivli g an • la wife, • "-, vioes were Ami 12 In Riverside Memorial l ...., -1. 1U1 1 BEN — ,,r -r "• %  li Apr. 11.. He 1 .mi lit. in l.i-i anon, r. %  I ;• 1 1 TUCK \T| .--,i IV i.-h. died lire 11 years ago iiMl WHS a retlr%  *. ;!' %  %  III, 111 In r of HiMiami Beach American Lesion, Jewish War Veteran*, and Tun. 1. y. % %  T ,.,i -• • % %  1 % % % %  iii wife, Helen; two -mis. Russell and Nuimaii. Ins M*s. Harrltl Lake. Bervlcea were in l.el-ani.n with local arrangements l.y Newman pjne*'al Home. ii.i. EUa: two sons, Dr. Victor 11. BlumUi rg Binl Kami] I'.ltinihcrg: three grandiliil.i-ii and three great-grandchildren. Services were under direction of Uoi'don Fun,nil llnme. LOUIS LEVINE of 815 Buolld ave, died Apr. t. line here Hi years ago from Cli Ml. Nebo Cemetery. He eVeChapel, Alton rd., with burial in land; o.nnd wa a'retired .tailor. He was a member ol the Workman's rircle 892; the International loathes Uarmonl Workers Union, and a life ini-inlieiof the Aineil.an Medical Ceniii of Denver. Surviving are his wife, Ri se; a daughter, Mis. Lillian Schwarts; two brothers including Sol; two sons and seven grandchildren, s'eixiceg were Apr 1" in Gordon l-'iineral Home. MRS. FRANCES SHAPIRO ilT HI .1.7 Euclid ave., died Apr. She came In 1. 20 years ago from New Vi ik. Surviving are her husband, David; I"" brothers Including Bam Ku'ler; a sister, Mrs. Anna RnsenHi.m. and a H n Services were Apr. in in Riversllli Men...rial Chapel. Al. n r Reisman Rites Held on Beach Albert Reisman, 49. of 961 W. 48th St., Miami Beach, died Apr. 14. He came here 36 years ago from Atlanta, and was a supervisor for National Brands of Miami. He was a member of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. Surviving are his wife, Charlotte; two sons. Terry and Fdwin; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reisman; and a sister, Mrs. Terry Miller Services were Apr. 15 in Newman Funeral Home. MRP. VERONICA M. TURNER nf (11182 'dan Creek t'r, Miami Reach ,P• • %  '"' % %  e.,r>" hero 13 years ago from Syracuse, N. v., ..,,!...' i i -'le was a member of the Retarded children's vssn y ii. \ ii an ii i i nbband, Joseph; a dayi Ittei. A'r. Martens i ,ue v rtreenfltld. and two grandchildren Services were Apr. 12 In Riverside Me rial Chpel. Normandy Isle. MORRIS UNGOR M. of 065 KW 19th St., died April 9. li %  • came her. It years ago from New York City and was a jewelry salesman. He was a member of the Blonds Handbaii ami Jewelry Assn. and Knlghls if I'vlliias Snrvn'iii; are Ins wife, Lillian: a daughter, Airs. Blythe Plshkin; a son and a sister. Servie.-s were Apr li In Oordon Funeral Home. LAWRENCE J. SCHLOSS It, "f SM 8W 15th st.. died Apr. I. li, came here 10 years ago from Bristol, Conn., and was a graduate of Miami High School. Surviving are his parents. Air. and Alls Alexander Schlnss, and n brother. Joel K Services were Home. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice %  herebj given by the undersigned that on .Max I. 1862, at J p.m. at Palm Motors and Garage, 1430 Palm Avenue, Hlaleah, the following car will be Bold at auction for towing ami storage charges; 1955 l-dooi Dodge Sedan owned by J. t>. Golden 20 N. W, 80th St.. Miami. ID. No. 347 :,7S 28; Lien nnimiiitliiis to 8184.1 DEKA, Inc. d h ., Cum Alnloi's and Uarage 4/20/21 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DlbSOLUTiON In the Name ana oy tne Authority oi the State of i-iona.i in ALL. in hnuJI Tutor. I'l'.I.Si:NTs SHALL I'IUIH, tjKKi-.Tl.MiS: Whereas, r.Dl.AKll UnlliA, .UIAMI 111-.,,Cli. M.OUIUA, HARRIET i.niK.s.MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, K I RT \\ I.I.I.ISil'll, .Ul.t.lll bCAl II, !• LUUIIIA, nil on the 18th da) "I June, .vi> 1958, cause to inincorporated under tne laws of the State of Molina EDWARD COHEN, INC.. a corporation, with its principal place oi business at AIIA.UI HEAI II, ninii < i>l .\TY, in the state ol Florida, and whereas such corporation did uu the i.,in ua> in April, A.I>. i6i, cause to be theu in the office of the Secretary ol Stale of the Stale of Florida, the uocumentury authority required under Section 8US.27, Florida Statutes, showing itie dissolution ol such corporation. .NOW, therefore, the Secretary of States doea hereby certify to the foregoing and that ne is satisfied that the requirements of the law have been complied with. i.v wri.M-.ss WHEREOF, l have hereunto set my hand aim have at fixen the ureal Seal of the state or "' I i.iil.i.i. al lalialiassi e. the Capital, Hits the thirteenth day of April. A.U. [w>2. •ni.M ADAMS (SEAL,) .-eeietaiy of Slate WLLI.iSCH & DiiCUHEKTY 141b Congress llldy, 4/20/02 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY •' %  %  t 'Ihe in. I-'gned, di 'Iring I % % % %  %  btislne s ..mi. r Ihe flctftlo Vi ... T N Eltl'Rl'/ES ai .-• %  •• %  M -.ill.1 i Ive, M. iml !'•• %  %  ,,, in i, 1st, r said • with Circuit C l '.<• • the Clerk of '''•""" n KlAVARD .1. MARKUS w I f Englandi r ... d '• II nett, \'i,. i mi Lin • In Road Bids;. Miami I'.. %  i, Florl 'a ATtorneyn fi r Al & T Ent. NOTlCd GY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCL' T COURT OF T, H ,-_ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUiT CFLORIDA ,N AND FOR D"DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1238 HAAKlNA M. W.M.MI, Plaintiff \ s, FRANCIS IV W tl.SH, Defendant. SU1"I FOR DIVORCE TO; I-If \N-cTs !•, WALSH Address unknown You, FRANCIS B. WALSH, I h.reby notified that a Bill of Co i plaint for I i* orce has Di • against you, nn %  ei >' i pj nl Ing to Hir. 'i Plaintiffs attor i.-_ %  :, E 'Hi Ive., the Apr. 3 in Oordon Funeral ii of 3"ifl %  I Apr MRS. SADIE S. MARKS if 1575 u. si avi Miami Beach, \ || She came hei • %  ll > ears I'I-.HM helrotl and was s member Una' It'iiih Auxiliary. Surviving nun, li ,i i. HI a daughter, Airs i 'rani and grandchild. ecu we, e In I v irla, 111., a Ith local •• Rlvi rslde Mi mortal lliapel. I lei of DR. ALFRED nf !.;!_' i ,i \pi :• BLUMDERG do, Co al liable .1 \pi :• Born in Ten< sva r, Hungary, Ine .iit" the I'llil, il SI 111 I i,r: IM ,i 'practli e I mi dii ine In Sail i i City, I'tah, and Ashevllle, N.C, h, f ( ri enti ring active \i m: duty in I; n al ''amp Shi-lh> and Ft i irapg. Vftei World War II. inMI nl i" kores as director of medical i lucatlon for %  i,,n arm) i" fon e ng reII. i to the C.S 1.-. the V.\ in 1947. \i the time nl his death, he "as doiri-h at V'arlct) Children %  Hospital, li.n ing I. tired ill the rank ..-' colonel. Surviving are his wife, MRS. CARRIE MARKS 92, of 1500 nl.. .Miami Bi ach, died Vpr. 10. She came here 20 years ago from New York. Surviving are a son. Ueil .. ..nl a daughter Dorothy. Services were n New York with local arrnsementx by Riverside Memorial Chapel. MISS MARY P. KOTLER IS, .a -LI Nn. Shore dr., .Miami Reach, ''iiii Apr. 10, sincame here 12 years ago from New York City. Surviving are her parents, Air. and Airs, .laei.h S. Kotler; a brother. SAM PATO Euclid ave.. .Miami B< Sell ,; He eanie here IS ears New York and was a retired i ker' owner, He was a member "f the i Idd Fellow J Sun Ivlng are his wile. Sarah, two nuns Including H two brothers, two sisters, a daughter, n grandchildren and three : .i lanilehililn n. .-'.•. v ii es I i'I In Sew Turk with locnl arrangements b) Rlvi rsldi Me i m lal I "hapi I. HARRY SPIVACK "2, of 935 9th St., Miami Beach, died Apr. ii. Me came here 25 Yeai • from N.-w York nd was an apa I meiit house owner. He sras a member ,.f Workmen's CPcle, .Miami Beach. Surviving a.-' hi\l*e, Ida; a •inr-''• iii Mrs. Evelyn Decky, and two grandchildren. Services were Apr. 8 in Riverside Memorial Chanel, Alton | nl. MRS. RAY FRIEDMAN 9)g0 Abbott av... Surfslde. died IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11 TH JUDICIAL CirtUUII IIM AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCLRY. CASE NO. 62C 3975 JI ii;i. i 11 \ \ r./. L'laintlfl \ s ELVIRA BALLESTER CHAVEZ, i icienuant NOT iCE OF PUBLICATION in. I-.I.V IRA I.,\I.I.I:.SI'I.I; i ,IA\ i:/.. BAN I.A/.AlU • n 1, altos Havana, Cuba. YOl i.i.i lu.v DALLESTER I II \\ Y.I.. San Lasaro jil, AllOS, Havana, Hep oi i'i are required to file your itiibwer t'i tne comp.aint lor uivorce, I with the Clerk ol the above Court, and .. i ,, %  a cop) thereoi upon ll V. NeIgietti, uilorne) 910-11 Congress Bldg in .\. K. 2nd Avenue, .Miami, tloiiua, U.S.A. on or De Ma) 21, H"i'-, or else complaint iii be taken as coni. ssed. i ., i.d, this l-'tli day .,1 April, 19S2. i-.. a. I.I:A iilKKAlA.N. clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, norida (seal) Ai> "AYAl.AlUS lieputi Clerk 4/20-27-5 i-il lired %  i niAnswer or Pli f Complaint on tne \ Charles M. Kelly, Hlaleah, Ha., and file the original Answer or Pieadl J; In the o.fi •< %  if the Clerk o( the i cult conn .-ii in before ihe l,th oay of May, 1912. if you fail to do iitduinent by default will he tal I against vou f'"' the relief denianUed the Bill of Complaint. shall be published o a each week for four consecutive w I In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. IIIINI-: VND ORDERED at Mis I. I |,, %  ida. tills '.'lb day nf April, AD., 1962. E. is. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dane County. Florl II 'irellit CoUl I 8i all %  N. A. lli:u ETT, i ii piny Clerk. i rail, s M. Kelly, |"25 E. IHi Vvi line. Hlaleah, Florida Attorni v for rialntiff I 13-20-27, 4 Baaasaassass———— A n CONDITIONED —^————— B0ULEVARD BEALTB SALON SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINETS • COLONICS MONDAY thru SUNDAY 9 a.m. %  7 p.m. 2080 BISCAYNE BLVD. Out-Calls Ph. FR 3-1252 of NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I I the under* gned, desiring '-• engi business under the fictitious name f IMPERIAL HOMES al 20fi N • I \ i. ii in Si th Miami, Floi Ida Inti to !' %  glstl %  s.i i-1 na w iih Ihl Clt I K ,,i ii,. circuit Court of Dad< Coun Flm Ida. AMERICAN STANDARD, INC. Rj : Edmund N. Aii.-in. In.-. KANNER A K \NNCIt R} \a' on Al. Kami, r Utorneys for American Standard, 1 %  I", H, .II Ity Tr ISI Bldg. .Miami :•,:'. Florida ,. I 13-20-27, i I Apr. ">. She came here 11 years ago ri a .in New York. Surviving an hei husband, Karl; a brother, Louis Lesser; a son and two daughters, Services were Apr 8 In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle. HILDA TANGER !• of W! 1 NE 182nd St.. No. -Miami Beach, died Apr. 8. She eanie hame eight years ago from Providence, R.l Surviving anher husband, Harry: two sons; two daughters. Airs. Sandra S.id.rnian and Alls. Selma Resnlck; a brother and ii grandchildren. Serv,.. w.i.Apr. H Iii Riverside Memorial Chapel, Douglas rd. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL COURT. IN AND FuH UAUE COUNTY, FLUHlOA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 0ZC 4CJ1 IKA.NCIsa II .Mi i.sTua, l'laintlfl l's VERONICA S. -MONTHS, inlendant NOUCfc OF PUBLICATION Tie \ r.Kli.Ml-A S. MONTHS, •1,1 West 162 Street. Apartment 08 New I oi K City it, New link Yi>l Vhllti.Ml'A *. MO.NTKB, 7l West lot street, Apartment ,.s. New Vi.r.i City, ,|K ""' required to Hie your answer to Ihe 11.n,p.an Ivorce, with the i lei K ei in, above I!out t. and serve a %  "i 11 11„ 1 .-,,i upon limo i'. Is egret 11, AI I..U1.-V. 9W-11 Congress Bldg., Ill N.H. mi Avenue, .Miami, eiorida, on or ielore May 21, 1962, or else complaint \ HI be taken as contessed. i.ated tnis l.lth day ol April. 1962 K. ti. I.KAIIIKKAI AN, link 1 'in HI I'IIUI 1, 1 lade 1 mint.,, i-101 Ida ,., all AlCAVAl.AKIS |lepill> Clerk I 20-27-5 1-1! NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OTVEN mat iii, undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious namt f SNAPI'Y'S al 2507 N.W. .'.Till Sir. •', .Miami. Florida ii.lends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the lre.ni Court of Hade County, Florida. CI'T PRICE SURPLUS CENTER. INC. By; Edmund N. Ansln, l'n sldent KANNER .v KANNER B) Aaron Ai. Kanner Attorneys for Cut I'M.Surplus Center, Inc. 245 Seem ity Trust Bldg. Miami 32, l-'la. 4/1S-20-27, I Jvra perfect ^ f{ealtfi<> n Oiinho(i&aij 3 In this picturesque and delightful setting,.experience t"> th most beneficial and enjoyable holiday you have ever known as you luxuriate at The Arlington. Bathe away all your aches and pains due to tension and fatigue In the world-famous, radioactive ermal waters of Hot Springs right in The Arlington... relieve rheumatism, arthritis and high blood pressure m in our fabulous, twin-cascade, temperaturecontrolled pools.. .dance.. .and be entertained. Golf at 111 best with Club privileges on three -hole courses new brilliant Tifton greens. Fishing and all wafer sports on three nearby lakes. Plenty of night life In Hot Springs.. .galaxy of name entertainers. • low ratet end btoullful soles brochure — will to Edgor Moy, Monojer NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK r. IS lii-.lti-.ni Gl\ I-.N that the undersigned, desiring i" engage in business unaer the rictitlous name oi St PEHIOK LINEN H 1-1 KNlTLKi. i iMI'ANY ii •'" N. W. list Street, \li mi .'." I-1 a %  Intends to reglsli i Lam name with the Clei'K. ol the ; .,i, ,', ,,„ i ,,i iM.i, Count). I ."' Ida, SCI'KRIOR LINEN CO., INC. A New Vurk Corp. auth t,, iio business In tinBtatt Klorlda Interest i i LEON A. EPSTEIN Attorne) for Applicant 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach I L'n-.'., .i.l-ll NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enitage In. business under the fictitious name of DECORATIVE I I.ANTS, INC al 1141 Snnsel Drive, South .Miami. Florida Intends in reiii.-n r said name wlih tin i Hi rk -.I iin I'iriuii Conn of I lade County, Florida. ARTISTIC PLANT AND FLOWER CO, And. •> I i. i I '. i Bid) nl MARVIN I. WIENER HI ; %  ,,. -:• j Bldg Miami 32, l-'la. for Artist .. %  riant and I-1 % %  .* i i i'... i 1S-20-27, :• 4 i n%  ii ol BATHS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 3747 \ 1I.KAI TABAK, Plaintiff, HOTEL and HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK ARKANSAS PEARL TABAK, Defendant, ._„_ SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: PEARL TABAK I.;I Bllloti Place Bronx, N.w York. Ymi PEARL. TABAK. are hereb) notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, i.n.l you are i. nuir.1 to -.•.'•• a copy ,,i your Answer oi l'n.elm': to the BUI of Complaint on the plalnlin s at,, rney, SAM BLOOM. %  S. i\ venue, Miami. Florida, B id I %  p ii inswei oi i 'U sdlns m il the Clerk ... th Cl %  11 Lourt ,.,, ,,, before the loth i %  "' Ma), If eou fall to .;. %  i idgment ; f ault will hi I I i lsl you -..,;l„. relief d. I. .11 lid. I III IhS SHI ,1 i iiniilainl. %  I hi notice shall cl oi ce ,, I, „,.,k for four coi • weeks 1,1 1BWIS1I i ,..'.'!.'i •N. In INK \NI> ORDERED ... Miami, thl 8th da) of Vprii, AIL, "K I'LBATHBHM N Cli rk, ,.. II i 'ourt, Dade County, Florida. BTN.A'IIEWETT NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NI i ru i: is IIEREBY GIVEN n. t thi n %  r %  .!!. .i. deslrlnc to engage In business undei the fictitious name ol T\\ IN CITY R13ALT1 CO. TWIN CITY REALTY at 1220 lth Street, Miami Reach, Florida intend to reg,i ...HI, a iih iln Cli rk ol the ..i I iade i 'emit v l-'loi ..la. Ml IRTI IN WEISS MAGDALINA WEISS ANIIREW MANDEL, I 11.i.l \N MANDEL • Iwnei s SEGl IR fi r Applicant! I 1J-10-27, 5 I i irculi li iSEPH An... ne) IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO 55623 IN RE EstaU .i Ei I. (8HER, I i asi .1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TH All Creditors AH Persona Having claims or Demands Against Saul Estate you a'i hereby notified and requu'i .1 I,, pies.-in an> claims ami demands I i. which you msi have against the estate i i.i-.t i i.. ASI. ER, deceased late of l iade County, ih rid. i. to ihe County hale. • ... I adi i '• %  nt> and file the same In duull • nd as provided i^ Section ... .1. Florida Btatuti their offlci %  in the County Ccun llOUSI .11 I ad. ,i |j nli ndai months t om thi ol the flral publli ... loi hi re f, ••! the same Wl I be bi i d Dati .. H Ml ..ni Florida, ti da) ... A| rll A n. 1962. I I %  M V VSI LEO A ASIH;K. .lit. As Exei BYRON I. SPARBBR, 120 I In. In Rd., Miami Beach, Ki. \i i,., a, > for Ex< eiitoi s i I 1-20-27, .. 4



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Fridoy, April 20. 1962 *Jewist Meridian Page SC A Current View of the Passover Holiday By RABBI SAMUEL L. SILVER Y OU don't have to be Jewish to be glad about the Jewish holtdajrof Passover. You know what freedom is, don't you? Freedom means the ri^ht to live where you want to, to worship as you want to, to have the respect of other people, to stay clear of being annoyed by other people, as Ions as you obey the law! which are passi I by people who are elected to ofl Well, it wasnt like that for the .•i • you can tell from %  yyptian J I the 10. •'•. man who put a si s M up in v lalace i ;,.1 called their king. as actually Jewish, but [n't know it, for he had brought to the palace when he was just a baby. lit lived like a prince, but %  when he saw the slavery on all sides of him he couldn't stand it. And ne voluntarily left his comfortable life, joined the Jews and led the revolt against Pharaoh. It is this freeing of the Jews, or deliverance, to use a harder word, which the Jewish people celebrate with the joyous holiday ol Passover. We Give Thanks The Jewish people, thousands of years ago, "passed over" from slavery to liberty. It was the first time in history that a fight for freedom was fought, and that is \\h> ihe Jewish people are happy every Spring when the festival of Passover rolls around again. The celebration lasts a week, with tlie iu>t two nights and the last two the most important. On Pass iver there Is a religious service, in which thanks are said to God for inspiring all those w ho labor to bring benefit to other people. On the first night of Pas-over, and the second one too. among many Jews, there takes pis Jev -h homes a festive supper in honor of Passover. The supper is called the Seder, GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH AWNING CO. CANVAS PRODUCTS Serving Miami Beach All Year Round 1125-5th STREET JE 1-7345 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES Mr. and Mrs. Saul Greiff & Family 9001 Bird Road If Daddy is an officer in the U.S. Army, and he has his family with him where he is stationed, the Passover siory is likeiy to be told at a Seder held far from the city called home. The religious school teacher is probably a military chaplain, and services are held at a chapel on post. Passover thus becomes meaningful because the National Jewish Welfare Board is on duty with the serviceman and his family. which means schedule, and the schedule is very interesting. From a book called "The Story" (in Hebrew, that's Hasgadah) the things that happened in ancient Egypt are read. Then different foods are held up to make the story more dramatic. The matzoh, or unleavened bread, is held up. That's a kind of a dry cracker, eaten to give the people a taste of the unappetizing food which poor people and slaves eat. That is supposed to make the eater sympathetic with the poor and induce him to try and help [hem. A bitter herb is also eaten as a symbol of the bitterness of slavery. Everyone in the family and guests at the Seder table also eat a sprig of greens to recall that Moses freed his people when the Spring of the year was coming around. Prayer for Freedom There is singing at the meal, and prayers arc said, and at the end there is even a game. The last words spoken at the Seder Ere: "Next year at this time may all the people on earth be free." ( rvK-" '"' :' T8r rv;rv D*n*sr:n rr:.>:. FRANKFURTERS • SA'.A-M • BOLOGNA PASTRAMI • CORNE3 JEEF • TONOUK AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS. I.NC NEW YORK PUNT F1ORI0A HANT 39 No'-ror Avenue 1075 N.W. 21st Terrace S-ookiyn J7. N. Y. Miami, Florida EV 9-8250 EV 9-8117 FR 5.3933 FR ,. 6S81 £5 FOR %  ::-: VIENNA SAUSAGE MANUFACTURING CO. Phone FR 1-6551 2181 N.W. 10th Avenue To All Passover Greetings JUDGE FRANCIS J. CHRIST!!: PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL CARL'S CAMERA SHOP 7351 Collins Ave. Charlene Balo UN 6-3733 HOLIDAY GREETINGS Mlvrta's Salon de Ueaute Hertha & Dorothe Cosmetologists in All Lines of Beauty Culture 5765 SUNSET DRIVE, Holsum Bldg Phone MO 6-2444 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL BEATRICE LA VERNE DANCE STUDIO BALLET — TAP — MODERN JAZZ CLASSES STILL FORMING • ENROLL NOW 1017 96th Street Phone UN 6-5675 Bay Harbor Island HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL WILSON BATTERIES, INC. Featuring — BOWERS BATTERIES "MORE POWER TO YOU" MARINE DIESEL AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL •If CARS 2940 NW 71st Street Phone OX 1-4443 TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz and Family i 2336 SW. 4th STREET Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weintraub and Family 9290 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE Miami Shores GREETINGS FROM J. R. SPRADLEY & CO. FOOD BROKERS 7240 N.W. 36th COURT OX 1-5300 MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ and Family Thomas Robert Jerry T53EP WISH THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY PASSOVER To All Greetings WILLIAM C. BORUFF REAL ESTATE in all its branches 10900 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 759-4531



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I 5 '> "afewislli Floridiaii Miami. Florida. Friday, April 20. 1962 Section D gg 4 ii >••. %  •t / Acv-/' V^u 7%JM '--' -J-wi ** (" V*"* !" !.. *And tL JZorJ JZeJ US from Ok ere tyjitlr a JMigLty J


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Friday. April 20. 1962 *Jc*isti florid/aw Page 3-C Rare Haggadahs Behind the Iron Curtain By ALFRED H. PAUL 1$ you tell your children the ** age-old story of the liberation of the ancient Hebrews from Egyptian bondage, would you like to illustrate the history with liowing exactly where the Maves fleeiny Egypt had crossed the Red Sea, the lortueus paths Ihey wound through the Sinai Desert for 40 years, the spot where they crossed the Jordan to t-nter Palestine, and the disposition of Israel's tribes in their land of milk and honey? There is such a map in existence. All you have to do is to get c.n accredited scholar to go to the library of Hebraica and Judaica, :.t New York University, and ask for the scholar who is director of that library. He also holds the chair of Hebrew culture at the university. His name is Prof. .Abraham I. Katsh. The map mentioned here is in n eld Haggadah. There are other unique cv it ions of the Haggadah .• %  the library run by Dr. Katsh. are not originals — but they ulmed copies of the originals — on microfilm. Historical Material Prof Katsh has devoted years if study, research — and highly complicated negotiations to obtain microfilmed copies of these very old Haggadahs — as well as of many thousands of other printed books and manuscripts. Through his unique efforts, many thousands ot such ancient books, manuscrip's and documents may now be studied by Western scholars. He has brought to this country a mass of Jewish historical materials which, until he started his project, were virtually unattainable unless one traveled to Leningrad. Moscow or Budapest — and obtained the permission of the Communist authorities to search. One finds among his treasures the filmed Haggadah which, in parallel columns, tells the story of Passover in four-languages: Hebrew. Judeo-German (the old est form of Yiddish), Ladino, and purest Italian (in Hebrew characters). One runs the film through an apparatus and sees Haggadah illustrations that are unique contributions to Jewish art. Some of these are the traditional illustrations that one finds in all modern copies of the Passover story GREETINGS N.A.C. Manufacturing Wood Custom Furniture Comer Cabinets — Desks MADE TO ORDER 2460 NW 78th STREET OX 6-5422 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Le Bon Cleaners & Laundry Irving Kornicks 955 S.W. 8th STREET GRtlTINGS A. & B. WINICK Auto Radiator Service SERVICE & REPAIRS All Work Guaranteed ANY MAKE OF CAR 3274 NW 54th STREET NE 3-2961 Dr. Eli Davis (left), head of Hadassah's Medical Outpatient Clinic at Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem, accepts on behalf of Hcdassah the Israel Army's highest award, the "Standard of Valor." Presentation is made by Col. Josef Nevo, Jerusalem District Commander. — the young son asking the Four Que.-tions. the picturization of the manner in which the Passover Seder was celebrated, and others with which we are more or less familiar. Story the Same But there are many otheT illustrations that one rarely sees on the Haggadah. There are those which carry on their front cover •portraits" of Moses and his brother Aaron. There are others which illustrate various Biblical scenes—for instance, one of them shows Jacob wrestling with the Angel. Of extreme interest is this fact, however: The Passover story as we know it today really does go hack many centuries, as shown on these copies of the Haggadah. The illustrations may differ in torm. in skill and artistry, in various details, some are from wood cuts, some from copper plates. But the story is the same; the Continued on Page 14-C Jjcst / Wishes for ^/4


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Iliiday. April 20. 1962 *Jewisfi th-ridlian Page 9-C strict instructions toward the strengthening of man's spiritual life. The story of Passover is a classic example of the intervention of Divine Power which has always determined the fate of i ur people. Great Parable Passover, which begins on the ]5th of Nisan (Apr. 19) and lasts for eight days, is the joyous Festival of Spring, the annual glorious renewal of Nature's life. Therefore its strong human appeal is as perennial as spring. But it is also aa historical festi\al commemorating the miraculous redemption of Israel from Egyptian bondage, which has hanged the destinies of human'V The moving story, recorded in the fir.st 15 chapters of Exodus. ,s one of the greatest parables f mankind. It taught men that Cod. who in Egypt espoused the cause <>f brick-making slaves against a mighty royal oppressor, was a God of Justice and Freedom and that grim destruction awaited every tyrant who denied justice and freedom to the children of men. Thus, Passover as timely today, as it was thousands of years ago, and has .. stirring message for all. To spread a full understanding 1 its eternal significance, our ancient sages deemed it a sacred task to begin with the impressible mind of the young, appealing strongly to the intelligent child. The most distinctive feature of the festival is the prohibition of eating any leavened bread. Only niatzo—"the bread of affliction" —arc allowed. The Seder Service is opened by the four questions: father's answer is a running commentary of prayers, legends and exhortations telling the old but ever new story of the exodus. The Seder is a typical example of Jewish education; the time-hallowed ceremonies become object lessons in religion and sacred history. The Haggadah teaches us: "Every Jew should regard himself as if he had personally come out of Egypt." The entire ceremonial tends to the self-identification of the child with his fathers and to fostering in his tender soul, the firm resolve to take his part in the Jewish present and past. Turn Back the Clock In the dark Middle Ages, the Seder night was a time of terror to the Jews of Europe. It was on the eve of Passover, 1190, GREETINGS ART FLAG & BANNER CO Banners, Flags, Display Items Embroidery 1166 S.W. 1st Street FR 4-1843 To All Greetings ADLER'S BAKERY Order Now for that SPECIAL EVENT Parties • Weddings Birthdays 1043 W. FLAGLER ST. FR 1-7931 GREETINGS Radio Doctors South Miami • Coral Gables Southwest Section RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE 10945 S. DIXIE HWY. Phone MO 1-6877 SEASON'S GREETINGS CITY ICE FOR EVERY COOLING NEED PLUo THE FINEST IN AIR-CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION CALL FR 3-2191 FOR VENDOR "IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD" 2 4 HOUR SERV | C E BLOCKS CUBES Also Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION FLORIDA DIVISION 931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191 Moses Descending from Mount Sinai. From the famous Sarajevo Haggadah, 14th century. that the Jews of York, surrounded by a murderous mob. resolved to anticipate slaughter by suicide and perished almost to a man. From the 12th century onward, the Satanic charge of using human blood at the Seder was brought against the Jew by malevolent fanatics; that foul libel has been responsible for a long series of hideous massacres. In "The Rabbi of Bachrach," Heinrich Heine tells us the moving story of the rabbi and his wife who had to flee from the Seder table. In legends and pictures, the Haggadah teaches us that freedom is the most precious treasure whose value must be learned anew, year by year, in every successive generation. Thus the Seder nights evoke precious historic memories; before our mental eyes the beloved millennia-old Seder ritual stretches endlessly, encircling the globe through endless generations; it brings to life the oppressed, beaten slaves casting off their shackles and raising their voices in loud praise of God Almighty, who by a miracle liberated them and watched faithfully over them during their forty years of weary wandering through the desert, until they reached Canaan — the Promised Land. Perennial Mejuge Thus ends the Seder telling to the young and old of the heroic rebellion against oppression and of the regaining of glorious freedom. Throughout the long bloodstained millennia, Passover has symbolized the relentless fight for man's most precious possession—freedom, whether it meant flight from a hostile Egypt, resContinued on Pg 11-C Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO IT'S HENRICI'S IN NEW YORK IT'S LINDY'S IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLFIE'S RESTAURANTS 195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue SERVICE QUAUTY GOOD Will GIASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributor libbey, Owens, Ford Glsss Co. & Insulux Glass Block 1601 -1619 NW 7th AVE. Dial FR 90656 MIAMI 36, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS To All Our Friends and Patrons W. J. FICHT General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD HOLIDAY GREETINGS BRANNING INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. INSURANCE FOR ALL COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS 35 NW 27th AVE. 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Friday. April 20. 1962 *-•** n,-riirlinn Pace 15-A LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAPE CpUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 95547-B IN RB: Estate Qf. LOTJTp A SAMUELS, I > evicsed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All lYraon* Having Claims or Demands Against stilil Estate: TQU are lurehy nidified and required to present an; (-lalins and demands which you may have against Ihe .slate of l.OUIs A, s'AMl'El.s d..eased late 6f Hade "County. Klorida, to the County .Indies "f Tade County, and file tpe same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida statutes, in their offices In Ihe County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the TIM publication hereof, or Ihe same will be Hatred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd day of March. A.D. 162. ROSALIND W SAMUELS As Exeeiitrlx ABE SCHONFBI.D Attorney for Executrix A?" Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach. Fla. 3/30, 4/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. ens business undir the fictitious nami of IHO-COI.OR ASSCHMATKX; Dl'OCOLOR PRINTERS. IVANHOE PRINTERS A IJTHoilHAPIlERs at 691 N.B. 125th Street, North Miami int. lids to register said names with tin Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. IVAN M. KOENICSBERG Sole Owner HENRY A. KAMK Attorney 1224 Washington Avf. .Miami Beach, Ha.—.IE 1-SS51 :: % %  '.". I 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VKN that the undersigned, desirinu to engage in business under the fictitious name of A-CHEM LAB at 1180 Palm Avenue. Hialeah, Fla.. intend to reglBtei ^.ii.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I >.ule County, Florida, CHARI.ICS FA1MAN INEZ FAIMAN :t 10, -l '6-18-20 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55594-A IN RB: Estate of OTTO A. PASSI.nlE. i.. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims in Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required in present any claims and demands which you maj have against the estate of OTTO A. PA8SLOFF deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to tin County Judges of Made O inty, and rile the same iii duplicate and as provided In Section 788.16, Florida Statutes. III their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will b< barred. Mated at Miami. Florida, tins 23rd da} of March. A.M. \*2 Mill.I.IK S PA8SLOFF As Executrix ARONOVITZ, SILVER *• BCHER Attorneys for Executrix •••"7 Alnsley Building Miami 32, Florida 3 :tft. 1/6-13-20 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55561-A IN RE: Estate of niKi IDORE ROKANTONAKI I >eceaseil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'i'" All Creditors and All Persons Hav. Inn '''aims in Demands Against s'.iid i %  ite: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which Mm may have againsl Ihe .-.tni.' i.i THEOIHIRE KOKANTONAK1 deceased lat.of Mule County, Florida, to the County Judges o< i 'ounty, and %  i thi same in L pri \ Ided in Sect int. Fli vi a 'tal His. iii their offourthi i '...i, i '.,111.1 -, Florida, w llhin six enl• ndar Ime of the >ii nl publii illon lo i' of, or tl w ill he bnrri ou fail to do MI. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in ihe Hill of Complaint. Tin. nollce shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks In TUB JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 27th day of March A M 1862 B 1! LBATKBRHAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Count v. Florida (seal) By: K. M. IVY MAN, rDmau BY HENRY LEONARD "By the way, Rabbi Arensohn, next week our church will celebrate its Bar-Mitzvah year at this location!" Copr. 1962, Ooyenu Fioductloni j LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55338 IN RE: Estate of ANTOINETTE K. JACOBS I ii-i as.-d NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Againsl Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present anj claims and demands which you nci\ have against the estate of ANTOINETTE K. IAi a IBS .I.. %  nsed 'ate ot Made County, Florida, to t he Counts Judges of Mad. County, and id. tinsame in their offices ;n iiaCount) Courthouse in i lade Count). llorida, within -i\ slender months rrom the date of the first publication hereof, or the same ill be on 11 ii NAN Ii. ROCKWELL, Executrix of the Estate ot Antoliu tie K. Jacobs, I leceased. A I.IRED KKKISLER, Attorney .am Ainsley Bids', Miami :rj. Florida J. I'.-I:'.-:'O-L" LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREM1 OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en rage in husincss under the fictitious name of BBRMAICA at number in:: NG Miami PI., In the City of Miami, Florida intends to register the said name with the Clerk of theCircuit Cour* of Dade Countv, Florida. AL GOTTLIEB, IN'"'. By: Al Gottlieb, Pres. TaHanoff. Waller and Litman 120 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach 1/6-13-20-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVKN that the undersigned, desiring to cngai;.in business under the fictitious name of POLA APARTMENTS at 1600 Pennsylvanls Avenue, Miami Reach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk Of th.circuit Court of Made County, Florida. A RON SNIAD I 'ill. A SNIAD HAROLD SHAPIRO Atiot neys for Aroll Sniad .V Tola Sniail :'. :". I '6-18-20 Deputy Clerk 3/30, 4/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY MVK.N thai the undersigned, desiring to n business under the fictitious name "' 1'REED.MAN'S CLEANERS at 2982 i -.ii \v.i>, Ml mil, ii"i iiia Intend to I -I. ; -alii I'M With I In' I 'lei k of ihe circuit Court of [lade County, Florida IIEN.IAMIN HECK THOMAS .1 KRANI lYS \i:n\i IVITZ, SILVER .v SCHRR At ii.riii \ fie Applicants VIllH Hill ding Miami .::. hill 8/80, 1/6-18-20 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE bLLVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF riORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. -IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 3098 JOSEPH c. KTOKBS, Plaintiff, vs. ANN i STOKES, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ANN .1. STOKES I'r.T Lakevtew Ave. Cambridge, Mass. You, are hereby noticed that a r.ui of Coiii|ilaitit for Miw has been til* • 1 against you, and you are required t.. Berve a copy of your Answer "i Pleading to the mil o. Cssnplaiut on the Plaintiff's attorney, NORMAN S. I'ALI.oT, '.",06 Ingraham IHdi; Miami, 11a and file the origins.! Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ..r before the SOth day of April, (161 If you fail to do so. Judgment by default win intaken againsl you for •h. i. lief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice --hall he nuhlished once each w.-ek for four consecutive weeks in Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Mori,la, this 82nd day of Mai eh, AD. 1*62. E i: LB vi'lll-'BM \N. clerk, Circuit C i 11 "i, County, Florida (seal) By: K M I.V.MAN, Deputy c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C-8312 (Gordon) MM IWEST Ml IRTGAGE Ct IMPANT, R Missouri Corporation, authorised to do business In the State of Florida, plaintiff, vs. WALTER RIREGARD IK H.l.i iW'AY, et ns. I i.fendants. NOTICE OF SUIT Tl MINNIE LEE HOLLOWAY Residence 1'nknown vm ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has I,,., n brought ag.,i.ist Mm bj MIDWEST MORTGAGE COMPANY, in ih. above-entitled Court, t.. • %  .e-. .-I. *,;l molt. •,. encumbering Ihe following described properly, to-wit: Lot ... HlocK 21, SECOND ADDITION TO RICHMOND HEIGHTS ESTATES, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook x, at page li, of the public records ol I lade County, Florida: ami you are required to file your answer with the clerk of the Circuit Conn ot Dade County, Florida, at the j Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or ii. fore Ma) 8, 1862, and to s. rv< a copy of such answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN, Plaintiff'8 attorney, whose address Is nth Flooi at mi Bast Flagler Street, Miami :::'. Florida, on or before said date, as required b) the laws of Florida, If you fall to do so. the complain! will be taken as confessed h\ you and a Decree I'm Confesso "ill he entered against you for th. relief demanded in the complaint. DATED this 80th day of March. 1962. B, U LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (Seal) B) K M I.Y.MAN I lepnl v Clerk DAVID P. CATKMAN I tth Floor at 101 B, Flagler St. Miami '.',2. Floi ida I 6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 3507 SAM IK I, KRA VET!!, Pis Intlff, V H MINNA KRAV'ETZa k a MINNA \> ITT, Del SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i: MINNA K RAVETZ a I. i MINN \ WITT Io Vdmlral Motel lam Street 11 i nnis, Massachusetts You, MINNA KRAVETZ i MINNA WITT are hereby I fled that a Dill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed againsl you, an.I you ire required lo serve p\ of your Answer or Pleading to the Dill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, DERMER, ROSEN A MOFKKY, 120 Lincoln [toad, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the clerk of the Circuit court on or before the 7th day .a May, I92. if you fail to do -". Judgment by default will be taken againsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill • %  !' i'oinplaint. This notice shall he published once each week f.-r tour consecutive weeks in TDK JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND oRDKRED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd 'lav of April. AD. 1868. a I:. LBXTHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. 1-lorida • seali By: %  SNEEDEN I hpiity i 'lerk DERMER. ROSEN ,v Mol'SKV 120 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, 1'la By; Jam. a s Mofsky Attorney for Plaintiff 4/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KIN FAIR RESTAURANT nt 1625 ,!Mh Street Causeway, North Bay Village, Ha. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. DAVID KLEJMAN, INC a l-'la Corp. David Kleiman. President Erie.la Kleiman, Secretary ARONO\ ITZ. SILVER .V SCHER Attorneys for Ap\ licant LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICAiH.ii. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O* THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 3530 Wll.l.ii: B. SCI ITT, Plaintiff, vs. CASSIE MAY.St :t ITT, I i.l. i dalll. SUIT FOR DiVORCE Tl \SSII-; MAY SCOTT iaddiess unknown) You. CA.SSIE MAY SCOTT ait hereb) notified that n Bill oi Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required t' s. v a copy of your Answer or Pleading lo Ihe Hill ,,f Complaint on lh< Plaintiff's attorney, Herbert li. Wllensky, 500 Alnsley Building, Miami :vi, Florida, and liltthe original Answer or Pleading in th.office of the Clerk ..f the circuit Court on or before Ihe Till da) of May. 1862. If you fail t. .I" go, Judgment by default will he taken againsl yon for the relief demanded in ihe Hill ,,f Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH KLOR1DIAN, DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, I lorida, this 2nd day of April, AD. 1862. E. i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, %  i'in ult i'..uit, Dade County, Florida (seal) By; K. M. Li'MAN I icputv Clerk HERBERT B. Wll.ENSKY Attorney for Plaintiff, KU 3-7368 I 8-18-20-27 CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C 3920 TEDDY Eox. Plaintiff, vs. VIRGINIA FOX, Defendant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, VIRGINIA FOX, 1362 Easl Ith Street, Brooklyn, New York, are notified to sel-VI a copy of your all-u.i t" Divorce Complaint filed againsl you on plaintiffs attorney GEORUE NICHOLAS, l-'lx N\V 7th St., Miami. Ma., and file orlglnnl with Clerk of ii iCain ..a or before 16th day ot May, A l' 1862, utherw iinplainl ill I., confessed by you. DATED, April II. 1962 !•: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk B) N. A HEVVKTT, D.I I 13-20-27, : i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under the fictitious name of MY SISTERS CITIES SERVICE al 1516 Main Hlghwny, Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Cerk of th,. circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, MICHAEL KLOEPKER, .IP. MARLOW ft SINNAMoN Attorneys for Applicant Nut-:. Langford Bldg., Miami %  : %  :. Fla.— FR 1-1582 i i::-:'"-:':. :. I ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisti fhridHar solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yOtir patronage and guarantee accurate service al legal rates Heal FR 3-4605 (or messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C-1760 J. s. QLEASON, JR., as Administrate! of Veterans Affairs, an officer .,f the rutted Siat.s ,.f America, and his ; sin lessors in such office, and Ills or their assigns, Plaintiff, Vs. EMERSON B. DYKES, et US, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: EMERSON E. DYKES and MINES I DYKES, his wife. If living, including any unknown -pous,.oi said Defendants If they have remarried, and If dead to th.ii unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors, Honors, trustees and all other persons claiming by, Lhiough, under or against thesi Defendants whose residences may be unknoun roi' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit has been brought againsl *'n l" J. s QLEASON, .in., as Administrator of Veterans Affairs, an Offlcet of the I'nlt.M states ..f America, nnd iiis sin..--..rs III such office, and his %  •r their assigns, in the above-entitled %  close a mi cumbering the follow Ins property, to-wll: Lot J2, Block 17. EIK.-'I ADDITION Tl > i 'AROL CITY, according '.' Ihe plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 80, Hi page 10, of the publii reci %  of i lade Count) Florida and you are required to file your answei with the Chik of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at Ihe Courthouse In Miami. Flo Ids on ..i before May 8, 1961, and to si copy ..f -in h answer upon DAVID P CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney, vile.-.. addi. -s is i uh Floor nl 101 I: I Flagler Street, Miami Tj, Florida, on or before said da te, RI requi d bj the laws of Florida. If you fall to do th.complain! win he taken as IN THE COUNTY JUDGE i COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55649 B IN RE: Estate ol (JEORCTE E. ROBERTSON I le. eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peis-r,. Having Claims or Demands Against Said E.tal. You are hereby notified and reijulred to present any claims and demands which you may havi ..-.in the .state of GEORGE K. ROBERTSON deceased lats of Dade County, Florida, to ihe County Judges of Dade Countv. and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 7::i 1 •:, I lorida Statutes, in their offices In he County Courthouse in Dad. County, Florida within si\ calendar months from the time of the first, publication hereof, or the same will be bat r. d, Dated at Miami, Florida, ihi2nd day of April A.D 1962. El IWARD BRAN AM As Kxecutor SYLVESTER P. ADAIR Attoi II, \ for Estate 132 Washington v. e Homestead, Florida .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 3806 JACOB KAIIAN. Plaintiff, vs. ANXETTA KAIIAN. I a feinlant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ANNETTA KAIIAN 5816 Atialu im Road, Long Beach, California YOU ARE HEREBY SOTIFTBD thai in 'inabove cause, you are here* in required to serve a copy of youi Answer to the Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorn.-;., HAltllY Zt'KERNICK, IL'" Lincoln KOIHI, Miami K.a.h. Florida, and file til. original thereof in Ihe office of th. clerk of the above court on or before May II. 1368, or Complaint Will I. tak. n as ci iif.ssed by >< u. DATED: April !', 1"62. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk, 'h .nil • 'omt By L. SNEEDEN, Depot v Clerk 4/18-JO-17, 5/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 2330 DORIS ELAINE MILLER, also kni .MI as DORIS AI.AINE CONREY, I'aiutiff VS. h IIIN JOSEPH '' lNR IT, alias JOHN JOSEPH CONROY, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN JOSEPH CONREY also know n as .1' >HN JOSEPH CONROY. i Residence unknown) You are hereby notified that a compaint foi annum* ni or divorce has been lied againsl you by Dolls Elaine I'wi roj ami j mi at i required t" B< rve a op> of your Answer or other pleading to the Complaint upon iSEORC.u N Ma, DONEI.U idaintifi's Attorney, 504 Blscayne Building. Miami :',:'. Worlds and I li the original of the sane in i he ofl li "i the Clerk of the Cli i nit i 'm,! i ore i he l$th day of -May. A.D, 1962; otherwise a Decree Pro Confi 111 he end red again1 you DATED, April II, I ': I.CA'I 11 t-T I: M '. \. Clrcull l Bj M CAVAL M.'is, 11. pint clerk .• I confessed b) > ou and a l lei ri I'm Confesso will be eiinfrred against you I for the relief demanded in the complaint. DATED i Ins 30th day Of March. 1962. E. 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull Court. Dade Cunt.. Florida (seal) B) K. M l.VM w I '• %  11in v Clerk DAVID P QATSMAN llih Floor at mi E. Flagler St .Miami :;i. Florida 4/6-13-20-21 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT iCll/B BUUCTINS IITTIB MPOIcT PlfAOINGS! (i'-miort 1 xl4 Black & White) Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAIT! CASH & CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 S/30, 4/6-IS-20 ni'7 Alnsley Building MIAMI SEAL, CERTIFICATE & STAMP CO. CORPORATION SUPPLIES-RUBBER STAMPS LEGAL FORMS and LABELS 936 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida FR 3-6327 3,30, 4/6-18-20



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Friday. April 20. 1962 -JmisfinerkMafJ Page 5-D Time Out for Health Club in Tel Aviv By SYLVIA KESHET Y OU, loo. can belong to the Health Club. It will give you sense of importance. Golf or a Key Club are no longer adcuale. TakeT£2TO "aritl tbfifFfb the Sheraton hotel in Tel Aviv. Go downstairs and find the place by 'he fragrance. Here is the Health Club, and here is the lesk. At the desk sits a lovely American woman who speaks .', ith a drawl; she is a Southerner. This is Mrs. Binder, wife of the club's manager, Mr. Abraham Binder. As a matter of fact, the Hers are former Miamians. eive her heartwarming smile -(Miii' t h i n g self-understood. rake out the 1£200 membership and Mrs. Binder will accept i charmingly. She will explain you that the club is open to men on Sundays. Mondays. Wednesdays, and Thursdays. No. c:\r. v ; attend MI all four .;.... onlj twice a week. You ant to (vme tliree times a k? i C300, please. No, your sband is nut entitled to use .1 ... mberehip card. He must • _;>t' r scparate'y and come in he afternoons. Maybe he will get duction. Among the club's members th< Belgian Ambassador, the Chilean Minister, the director ol liank Leumi. high-ranking army iicers, industrialists, jewelers, -.lectors, lawyers, and actors. You 7.;.me it. No, Mrs. Binder reLrets, she cannot give you the names of the 25 women members. In any case, you will be unning into them. View of an American Mrs. Binder will show you around the club. Follow her and you will become green with envy w.iea you see her figure. Find something solid to hang onto when you hear that she is the mother of four children, the oldest being twenty. She will smile mysteriously when you ask her if such a figure comes from freuuent attendance at such clubs in ,'t U.S. She is willing to tell you that Israeli women eat too much. Here is the waiting room, with v hairs and tables. Soon light re.reshments will be served. This :.the dressing room, with closets .-•id drawer.*. You will get your key and have your own locker, Season's Greetings to Our Many Friends and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE Ft 4-8181 840 Bisccryne Blvd.. Miami "Where the Customer Is Always Right" Eden Roc Hotel BARBER SHOP Air-Conditioned kjo Waiting Manicuring 4525 COUINS AVE. Miami Beach JOSEPH GUIDA, Manager To All Season's Greetings FOWLERS Sea Food & Poultry Market "SHOP IN THE GABLESNO PARKING WORRIES" 267 MINORCA AVE. Phone HI 6-1711 Luscious Jaffa oranges from Israel's famed citrus belt are sampled by pretty Rina Kishon aboard the Zim liner SS Zion which landed a consignment of 6.0C0 cases last month in New York. The golden fruit, immensely popular in Europe and Canada, now appears for the first time on the American market. Miss Kishon. who poses proudly in a hand-embroidered Israeli dress, is the current Miss Israel title-holder, a symbol hersell of native Israeli health and beauty. it does. This is the golf room with a netting, golf balls and clubs. You can practice a little. Here are the private dressing rooms with a couch, shelf, microContinwed on Pope 11-D where you can keep your gym shoes, or anything else. The large closets are for hanging clothes, but you can uress in one of the private rooms, and it does not cost anymore. For the men GW \iier s RESTAURANTS For Fine Food COMPLETE DINNERS from $1.00 ALSO A LA CARTF MENU There It Never a Charge tor Your Second Cup of Coffee V7B 1>U CCR OWN HAMNU FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: 1257 W. FLAGLER ST. (NEAR DOWNTOWN} 1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES) 1560 SO. DLXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI) 12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI) AIR CONDITIONED AMPLE FREE PARKING TO ALL GREETINGS "Since 1922'' JOE -l'TilIIIi: S REPAIR SHOP GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST' 3828 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida Phone PI MISS Florida Builders Service, Inc. 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami, Florida C. H. ERVIN HEATING & VENTILATING 5301 N.W. 35th COURT NE 3-2964 NE 4-6216 MEMBER OF FLORIDA HOME HEATING INSTITUTE, INC BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER from the General Development Corporation Builders of Finer Florida Communities 2820 Coral Way Phone HI 4-8371 GREETINGS... a mpotfX&v manufacturers of • PATIO-RAMA • PATIO MAGIC ALUMINUM SLIDING GLASS DOORS • SHOWERAMA • SHOWER MAGIC BATH ENCLOSURES 7240 N.I. 4th Avenue Telephone PL 8-7*03 MIAMI 38, FLORIDA ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS, SEAL-COATING GEORGE OBENOUR, JR. & SONS, Inc. BONDED ROOFING t SHEET METAL ROOF CLEANING & SEALING Established 1926 "We Use Thoroglaze" 7352 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. PL 7-2612 GREETINGS CITY COMPUTING SERVICES CALCULATING SERVICE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE REPLACEMENTS FOR VACATIONING EMPLOYEES TEMPORARY and PERMANENT 139 N.E. 1st STREET FR 4-8456 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS Airways Auto Tag Agency At Your Service TITLE TRANSFERS TAGS ETC. 3636 N.W. 36th Street NE 4-0051 GENERAL AIRMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO. LIFE TIME ALUMINUM CHURCH TYPE BULLETIN BOARDS INDOOR and OUTDOOR 155 West 22nd SRTEET HIALEAH TU 11410 GREETINGS... Tropical Typewriter Service 2135 Ponce De Lten Blvd. (Display Room) 3144 Coral Way (Service Dept.) Phone HI 6-0583 TYPEWRITERS—ADDING MACHINES—CHECK PROTECTORS DESKS—SAFES—CHAIRS—FILING CABINETS "We Service Who? We 5*11" Phono HI 8-415*



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Page 10-C "JenistncricfMan Friday. Apii] 20, \%i FLOWERSfnc FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS-PARTIES-BANQUETS-OPEN NC-5 12430 Biscayne Boulevard North Miami Ph. 7."-87:l BEST WISHES from J. L. COLE PLUMBING CO.. INC. PROMPT SERVICE 1040 Ali Baba Avenue Opa-Locka MU 8-4639 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Southern Paper Box Company, Inc. FOLDING PAPERBOARD BOXES 7249 N.W. 36th COURT OX 1-7900 ULYAN C0RTE2 WALLPAPER DISTRIBUTORS 3800 N. Miami Avenue Phone PL 8-8791. PL 8-6766 WAll-TEX SCRUBBABLE WAll CANVAS-i honeitly trubbbl*. Smudg.i tmgerprint*, great* •• <•'• •** wi,, P wa,,r WAllTEX it wonderful for bathroom*. Perfect for lucrtiem. or *ny room in a horn, wher* thoro in ycungttert • %  WALL.-TEX Lt tor Year*." BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS I OIII'VS BAKERY •55 Wesh'.a-teii IHM MIAMI BEACH P#n* JI Ml42 OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BONFIRE SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL 9401 HARDING AVENUE Surfside Gulf Service Station Phone UN 6-2324 FRANK AYLOR R. J. WAINWRIGHT & SONS IsteUiihse 1937 Maaefocteren Representative Peeer Prefect* SIRVING flOKlOA J088fRS OVIK fIGHTffN Yl AS 2*54 OAK AVt., Ceeenet 6revi P.O. Bex 1M Peene HI 3-H21 A Former Catholic Crusades for Judaism Continued frem Page 7-C tkaJl] w k: -.'.ledge cf tl student boiy a priority ; %  r endeavors VV must Hillel Foun... i ;. : : tail % % % %  %  .' %  '• • *~ n-.'TlP! "* %  mj ^' But tl %  %  %  % %  : lor \.' P.n had 1 bis 1 D:n i fficii • %  JewMr.' time ? Jewish stc<>r.riar> sd from as 1 :at:on that he took his name. Except for sixteen months ;n Israel, ar.ri his two speaking tours in the United States. Carmel is a housemaster and a teacher of Latin and English at the school. In Israel, he studied Hebrew at an I'lpan jnd was a Talmudic schoi ar at the Ycshiva Horav Kook A Special Mission Completely respectful of Catholicism. Carmel turned away from it as he developed doubts about the divinity of Jesus. A sincere man. he couldn't remain in the priesthood after he no longer could accept the church's belief that the bread and wine of the sacrament became the body and blood of Christ. Ask Abraham Carmel today why he is a Jew and he will answer: "in Judaism, there is a complete life cf harmony and union with God. Every action of the day is blessed and dignified by the laws of daily living revealed by the Heavenly Father direct to hfs servant Moses." S:>:-stcry high ORT Vocation Center at Montreuil. Pcr.s ha jUBl enrolled its one-thousandth student of the current school veer. She is Michelle (front row left), recently arrived from her --live Turns, wheie she had planned to become c teacher. Now she is studying for a new career at the ORT school. rmel's Judaism icompletely orthodox. He is a Strict Sabbath observer, and a rigid adherent o! ka.-hruth He takes his Judaism seriously, and worries about it. He believes too many Jews prac tically fever their ties with Judaism after bar-miuvah. "A special Jewish mission to Jews must be launched in the near futun ," he says "We canmilll ns of our brethren •r dnfl out if sight, and be lost is forever The) have as much heritage a? we have. V fj .-. st be to restore '< nattacbed. or assimilated a pride in belonging to the • • %  -r ritual aristocracy the • known Our Greatest Hope .'' pith reliffious leaders agree M h his ccntrntion that the greatt>" ('artor to Judaism is the mixed n-.amages. ""They aie a TO ALL GREETINGS OUALITY AN* TASTE fiRE At I AYS REMtWBIRtD OPEN MININGS Our Only Location (7 CANDY SHOPPE Jean s 0u r 3 oth Y.,r \'oetaJ suicidi I Ince a Jewisd %  %  >• or girl contracts a mixed marriage, you may write off ?. ml -rles of generations of JtuJewry's greatest hcr< Camel says, is Israel. Declaring It. 1 Israel and world Jewry ..: %  partners in a historical event hich cons'itutes a maj'.r n'.:r..c;e," Carmel asserts: •"Israel has done n 1 Haspora Jewry than we hav ".one tor Israel She has given the Jews in Europe and America a ^ense of pride and belonging We are no longer without a spiritual er c'iplomatic centre. The Bible propreeiea are fulfilled daily in our land. Whereas men thought, two ec;ides ago, that tht\ v ere a doomed people they now realise that we have a vital n • ti 'lay in the great destiny ot mankind, We owe this to Israel." This is the man whose rr. --age 1being brought to Jews throughout America, as he travels :rom community to community, in the tradition of the circuit ndicg re, Mvaiist. A zealot, he speaks tor small fees, and sometime? r. 1 fee, specially when addre.-sir.g outt groups. He is not interest! I in major, more remunerative, nonsectarian lecture platformHe is concerned passionately \< :;h a cause: A Jewish missioi th* Jews. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM THE C. W. KISTLER COMPANY HI 5-1441 1414 CORAL WAY Lowest Monthly Payment In Thia Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Ineuibnce Charge SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Arcund" e ALL OUTSIDE RCOMS • DOWNTOWN e HOMELIKE 252 NW 2nd Street nmt ft 44862 BARNES CAST STONE SHOP CAST STONEWORK TC C"OV MANTELS GHILUS PLAQUES Modern Polished Stor-f •.'. Phone PL 9-0314 262 N.W. 54th STREET MIAMI



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Pofje 10-B +JewM ftorldiair Friday. April 20, 1962 Looking at route to be taken by M. S. Calypso Liner on May 5 ior Israel Independence Day celebraiion are (left to right) Mrs. Betty Steinberg. Mrs. Esther Cohen and Mrs. Harold Shapiro. They are members of the board of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, co-sponsors of the community-wide salute to the 14th anniversary of Israel's declaration of independence. Englander Names Campaign Heads Wilno Kosher Passover Foods By Special Report CHICAGO — The Wiino Kosher Sausage Company of Chicago, one of the oldest and largest manufacturers of 100 per cent beef kosher delicatessen products, has annoitaced tha' a variety ot kosher products are avail*o* tor Passover use For the past 68 years. Wilno kosher products have been on Passover tables in Jewish homes from ii a.-t to coast. All Wilno kosher products are produced under the supervision of two prominent orthodox spiritual loa.'ers. Rabbi Borcuh Rabinowitz and Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal. and two mashgichim to assure that everything is Kosher L'Pesach in accordance with ritualistic tradition. Beth Jacob Meeting mee,ing at Beth Jacob congre ga Morris B. Frank, pres.dent, will l j n on *"Jg evenln "> the a„. conduct a general membership duorium of the synagogue. Offering fhe finest in Complete Beauty Care Beauty Salons >w4 RS advertised in VOGUE Miami Beach Vice Mayor Malvin Englander has named Chuck Ashman, justice of the Miami Beach Elks, and Man of the Year of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, as his campaign manager for County Commission in District 5. Dr. Leo Grossman. Beach physician, was selected as chairman of the executive committee. Dr Stanley Coltune, former president of the Beach Jaycecs. and past president of the Miami Beach Presidents Council, accepted the post of Englander chairman lor Surfside. Dr. Coltune also is past exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge, where Judge Englander just completed a term as justice. Paul Grand, past commander Of the Beach Jewish War Veterans; Aaron Bookspan, secretary of the Elks and former Beach traffic director; Frank Conn, past president of the Civic League of Miairii Beach and board member of Temple Ner Tamid, all joined the Englander campaign committee. Named as campaign treasurer USY Planning For Hay Ride Terrtple Emanu-El United Synagogue youth group will celebrate! Passover this week by sponsoring a hay ride. Junior and senior high school students will meet at the Temple Sunday. 7 p.m., board a bus, and ride to a ranch in Southwest Miami. Program will includa square dancing and traditional Passover refreshments. was Irving Weinstein, who serves as treasurer of the Knights of Tythias and Elks Lodges. Republican leader James Dickey and Jesse Weiss, Beach restaurateur jind member of the city public relations committee, also were designated as executive committee members by Ashman. Ashman, former administrative assistant to Sen. George Smathers, is a past state vice president of the Young Democrats, but stressed bipartisan support for Judge Englander. "Democrats and Republicans alike can vote for Englander May 8," he noted. Judge Englander has opened campaign headquarters at the One Lincoln Road bldg., and at 704 71st st. Mrs. Bernard Fuller is in charge of headquarters operations. During several campaign meetItigS, Judge Englander expressed "strong opposition" to the northsouth Mid-Bay causeway and to the Scadade oil refinery, both of which he termed "extremely serious threats to the economic well-being of Miami Beach. Surfside, Bay Harbor Islands, North Bay Village and all of the Fifth District." 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Store 3718 Henderson Blvd., Tampa ... Phone 872-9994 and in ... WM. HENRY'S DEPT. STORE Central Ploza Shopping Center, St. Petersburg ... Phone 5-6646 101 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale ...Phone JA 3-1100 Charm tt>' La Marick Beauty Salon 917 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beoch ...Phone 532-5816 POOR COLOR — "are you just a shade away from loveliness? See our expert in color in each of our salons. Special low prices and services. Dc ycj want to be a lighter blonde? Do you want your grey hair more lovelier? Where did fhe grey hair go? Who can tell? Hair coloring .. yes! for a more glamorous you. Ask us about our Clairol coloring. n r 4&*\ Academy of Charm, Modeling and Agency, Inc. Miami PL 7 0572 M. Springs TU 7-5352 M. Beach 532-3951 • Agency • Accredited • Licensed la Marick, South's largest and Leading Beauty System THE CIRCUIT COURT NEEDS JUD6E PHILLIP GOLDMAN JUDGE PHILLIP GOLDMAN has achieved a remarkable record as Circuit Court Judge, having ruled on more than 1,100 cases without a reversal. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF FLORIDA RICHARD ERVIN had this to say about Judge Phillip Goldman "... you are the brightest and best addition to the bench that has occurred during my memory." JOHN McDERMOTT, Political Editor MIAMI HERALD, had this to say about Judge Phillip Goldman "In legal circles, this jurist is regarded as one of the most able men in law." BEST WISHES for HAPPY PASSOVER maule MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC. SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA FOR OVER FOUR DECADES 5220 Biscayne Boulevard Phone PL 1-6631



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P=c*e 2 3 *3fistnrrk/iari Friday. April 20, l%2 XI ed as uj na of ju Pi o\ [ <^fn the rdealrn of ^5ociety Cornelia Turk Weds DeiitUt; To Live Here tiimi Cecaexia to Turk aas mar%  %  a; I s Apt IS Df Urn ."mm Uuyn-d by a rec*? asd Mrs Har*d Turk omial *o*n bad i. b ell B i| > i.r. c: fxextcfl peau d icred is .' %  iaee. "Hse bodUx *a; of rs-. coz lace eocrusied :ti >**ai beac Ike ;arned r.r r.;.r~iUOO E---= -."-i % % %  I ol bodor -i.aatBBl T-r's .%  ; ::..: ~-: %  i~ %  %  Wium of honor Br. loan Abr • %  i seaabct otf :oe %  :; c i %  E-taspscc. MS Jexaauao dr. I I ~ %  • rleatii L~~" If you like KREPLACH You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI he;' %  g-n: %  *• 'u t--: -a ;-eftaaor ctealec; oy le—^ei C~e' Br • *' ?-* %  ? ""f"T^f Bale c\aca-c-; -;s %  ec • t*i ta-*> ta>ar Cheese, s-swr-c-'ed 'savory taiwta sa^ce -J cheese... seascr-ed t-e rea' Halton m*j. So .T^.taste' i-i •as*' nan the 'raze.nd So •Bwcb fchnfber. Uc—c&tfs oa.j •ccot 15c per %*mri\ wemba Baaecfrj pre aaadiei Servirs .bess Ban sea Stephen -.%  included I rfc Dr Stanley Eder. Fr.rdrrari. Dr. Alan 1,11— Baj gawim, Mark Bay Dr. M aber*. Dr H Beardcore Dr kltrt 1 Feinglass auer. toayct Morse. Democrat, cl Oregon, will fly here from the ri ttoc's capitoi to make an addresin behalf of Cedars of Lebanon Ho c natal. Cedars development fund chairman. E Alb*.-. Pallot. announced this >eek that the popular political re %  :.: attend a dinner a; the e of Mr and Mrs E~:l J .Id 7a50 Ponce de Leon road. Coral Gagles. on We 2S. to speak to I ; <_ ". r.. New and delicious! >'*%  *%::..--Ki JUS. Ait* MU-fSO* EHJOY KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS saoir KOSMBI KM PASSOVER MOB*7 1B3 Over H/ Itiger*nt Ml Pure aWf Proau<-r • d.Mt—it % %  rt • •;€'** a*4 KOSHER ZION MD1SA6I €••* %  a*^* cite P noal ins KOSHER FOR PASSOVEk L^ KOSHEI •j Certified Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen TfTLEY TEA IN A GLASS That's the fine o'.d Jewish era) to enjoy tea a* its fiaest...Tede>Tea... richer ID ta: m a glass : UAafii.NO i K OSHER SLICED PASTRAMI Ask tor AH WILNO Kosfcer PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Koshorf+i Quolrry Flavor All PROOUCTS ARE KOSHER FOR PASSOVER USE WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MUUM BtANCM 21S1 N.W. 10th AVENUE FR \ 6551 MORE PEOPLE USE ntes^zt tatadeBea 1837 AT BAKERY PRODUCTS YOUR FAVOStTE FOOD /AARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS z sion of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC JE 1-7117 Greeting* to Ait BAY HARBOR FINE FOOD MARKET FANCY GROCERIES • PRIME MEATS 1077 • 95th STREET Free Delivery UN 5-0331 ISordens DAIRY Holiday imreptinys and honor of —! %  Htat mmry tk pttdmcti kewinj Ike lHcmin§ IM'H(: • Gail Borden Signature Quality Milk • Homogenized Milk • Heavy Cream • Fortified Skimmed Milk • light Cream • Eggs • Sour Cream • Cottage Cheese 1" .—n* T BB*W*I -jrri— rmm zt mt "KOSHER FOt PASSOVM THE CUTKTCV-X VD KAXAir.-rM 0 TiOaJBA f \il D* BaeG K. tvUL. (Mem AKS SU*V(S£0 A*0 fXOOBSIO sr THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA KOSHER FOR PASS0V& MoskgicSir arr taking cote f Hoskrfc at th* leis tii the pasteurizing aad katti.aj alMtv Tell Your Driver or Place Your Order New! Ask for Borden's at Your Neiahborhcod Store. Phonv PL UM$\ unilM BIVER w ORANGES AN SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $>|50 4 IUSHU Hi .I'll '.(l II .14. Tr^rTrPVsns 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD] We Pack 'em Rita Mere! Oeaa Dally B Sae. 9 AM. • IB MBi



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Friday. April 20, 1962 +Jewisli fkarkHan Page 11-D Time Out for Health Club in Tel Aviv Continued from Page 5-D phone, ashtray and mirror. There are massage tables in three of the rooms, for those who want I he massage done exclusively and not in fhc"'geltfDral massage rooms. An employee brings you a leotard and ballet shoes. Go to the cym room. There you find ladders and other equipment, mats for acrobatics, anil a charming teacher named Chava Shelhav. Gymnastics are done in group.-. Assuming, however, that you are alone for the moment, she will spread a mat. and you start by doing several hip exercises. Now you take a small plastic ball and roll it around like a cat. Good for your instep. Now you roll it with your head, elbow, ear. You do stretching exercises on the ladders. You take a rope and jump: take the rope with your toes, slowly, slowly. Walk with -lick behind your shoulders, like a shepherdess in the Inbal dance group. Walk straight along the lines on the floor, made of linoleum. Muscle Strengthening At first the exercises are simple; later they become more difficult. You ask Chava if it is possible to improve certain portions of your body. She tells you that she doesrft believe its possible to change an ankle, for instance, but one can strengthen one's muscles. Gymnastics takes an hour, and are another I£10 a month, in addition to the I£200. But it is not necessary, and gymnastics are not obligatory. Return to the dressing room, change to bathrobe and shower cap. lie ready on the couch. Forget about your hairdo, take off your make-up. An employee arrives, escorts you to the steam room and Turkish bath. You hand her your robe, standing in your original beauty. Wait a minute — first, take along a cup of salt from Sdom. then enter slowly, and don't slip. The room is tilled vvith steam and fortunately you can't sec the others there. Sit down on the first step and smear your>elf with the Sdom salt, fan this be borne? Go up to the second step, the third. You sweat, and sweat, and sweat. It seems like an Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner (left). President Kennedy's Special Assistant lor Science and Technoloqy, receives Honorary Fellowship of the Weizmann Institute of Science at a recent dinner in New York. Arthur B. Krim (right) served as chairman of the function. eternity. Try to think of something: what to cook. sew. what to say to your best enemy when you see her. Want to go up yet another step'.' Please. No. better stay where you were. You sweat, and sweat some more. Every thing seems to be flowing out of you. as you sit thi* way for about a quarter of an hour. A Full Rich Day You leave. Your head is swimming. Never mind. Take your bathrobe and go to shower in cold water. You feel fine. You are taken to the massage room, and put down on the table. Behind the curtain you hear the hard slaps being given to another woman. 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I think. I'm tired. Last year. I was in St. Moritz. Switzerland this time." The masseuse comes up to you. turns you over, massages you. slaps you. chats with you. You ask her if you can improve any parts of your body and she says. "Of course." If only for the sake of d ; scussion. you ask: "Who has time for such things?" She answers you: "If you have time for your dressmaker or beauty operator, you have time for the Contirued on Page 12-D GREETINGS BUYAMA REFRIGERATION CO. SALiS and SERVICE Household Appliances Repairs 10465 N.W. 7th AVE. Phone PL 8-7850 Carrier Air-Conditioner Service Best Wishes To All G1N0 HAIR STYLIST "Tour Satisfaction Our Pleasure" 1057 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Ph. JE 8-4478 We Wire Flowers Miami Springs Branch 887 7661 EM and STAN'S FLORIST Bridal Bouquets — Cut Flowers Potted Plants Funeral Wreaths Flower Shop and Nursery CORSAGES We Deliver 14601 W. DIXIE HWY. 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April 20. 1962 vJewisii flcridlian Page 13-C its all Jewish leaders who have fempted to inspire and guide Jewish people. It was no wonder, then, that (en the military forces of Israel ?ht against the modern EgypIns in Sinai in 1956, the Jews of r;\cl considered their soldiers to part and parcel of Jewish hisr>. and that they thought they lie carrying on the good fight jun by Moses thousands of I ago. The very fact that they lie in the Sinai desert — th*. desert through which the JJren of Israel wandered — i a continuity to Jewish life heroism. This is why I. and ions of Jews all over the r il. reacted with such great I n to the Sinai war. We Inely related ourselves to us, past and present, and \ id the agonies and unu rnties and victories of Mohis Jews. the Passover story is both — with its can ml ritof the Haggadah, randeur — and I Fsbric of Reality .i %  • nc to i pie ol Isit hi > bul hi sover festival throughout the I turies a{ >, Egypt was rce 'hat threatened the Jewpeople and their existence, same holds true today. |ypt remains, persistently, the of Israel. And when I visited lael and looked upon the Gaza fip and saw, between Egyptian ritory and Israeli territory the tees of the United Nations, I tailed again that the struggle Jewish existence has not yet [en won; that the efforts of lists have yet to be completed. Id when I saw the Sinai desert Ith my own eyes, I felt, somef.\, that the old story of Passer as told in Exodus was not ancient as I had believed it to that it still was with us, and i.t I was part of it. hhe Egyptians of the past rep\ nted oppression and the Jews Hividual liberty. As I observed kd was impressed by the work of L ople of Israel in reclaiming \ in re-creating the drsg the land to Jews HAPPY PASSOVER CARPET MART 970 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 3-0574 GREETINGS c. & it. iCRAP METAL PIPE, PLATE & SCRAP METAL 1 3 177 N.W. N. RIVER DR. NE 4-2111 MURPHY'S STANDARD SERVICE REPAIRS COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Lubrication—Washing Polishing—Accessories ATLAS TIRES, TUBES & BATTERIES "ROAD SERVICE" 870 W. Flagler St. Phone FR 4-8855 "You can't relax in Israel because there's too much to be done," declares Mrs. Moshe Sharett (left), wife of the chairman of the Jewish Agency, as she receives a S50.C00 check from Mrs. Sidney Leff, national president of P Women after a vivid address on immigration to Israel. "The same h< true lay. ritly th foe o: Israel." %  : %  I d that his people, once slaves, deserved ti live in freedom on their own soil. Today, the Jews of Israel are reliving the Passover story. Again, they are building in freedom while on their borders stand the Egyptians, cruel, oppressive and unwilling to allow the Jews to live in peace and rebuild their homeland. Every inch of Israeli soil is drenched in history and the ancient Biblical places and names 1 mi — [am conIhe Jews i %  time! So when the Passover season aches, I air. swept up by the Seder.— which is the Jewish ritual by Moses, who represents Jewish prophecy and leadership — which continues vitally in the personality of David Ben-Gunon and other Israeli leaders; and by the sameness of the eternal tale. It is, therefore, not difficult for the Jew, regardless of his depth of Jewish feeling and emotion, to relate to the Passover story. M. B. .AltltlS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone IB 6-0836 TO ALL GREETINGS IIAB)I< PAPER & RAG CO., IXC. 65 N.E. 23rd Street FR 9-5653 HARRY CE.VfT, Preside*? GREETINGS... JOHN A. LYDEN M1CKLEK LYDEN REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phone HI 4-6161 1300 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES 34, FLORIDA TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS GREETINGS... WALKER CASKET COMPANY 286 N.E. 67th Street Phone PL 8-8715 PASSOVER HOLIDAY GREETINGS Mrs. Morris Kronberg Robert and Edith Schweitzer ECONOMY PLUMBING CO., INC. JE 8-3626 FR 3-2549 FR 9-3056 Ft 8-9700 HOLIDAY GREETINGS PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE Automatic Transmission — Paint & Body Work COMPLETE ONE-STOP Carburetor and Tune-Up 6600 SW 62nd AVI., So Miami MO 1-6041 GREETINGS... MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCKS MIAMI To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances Best Wishes for the Passover Holidays Complete Marine Electrical Service Marine Electrical Service, Inc. MIAMI, FLORIDA 1480 N.W. 22nd COURT PHONE NE 5-6531 LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO. Established in 1923 Industrial CorrrrrGrciol • Residential 3640 N.W. 48th Street '' nmf, Fir. r;E 4-4591 To Al! Greetings HATTON DRUG CO. "It is our pleasure to serve you" Phone FR 3-8644 2200 NW 2nd AVE. Miami GREETINGS QUIVER CARPET SERVICE Experts On Carpet Installations 252 NE 68th STREET PL 1-3591 A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL YOUR FRIENDLY KWIK CHEK STORES FOOD STORES "There's One Near You' 9 GREETINGS... llouser Company, Inc. Fire and Casually Insurance Honser Realty Co., Inc. Real Estate — Property Management Florida Bond and Mortgage Co. Mortgage Loans & Investments 616 SW 12th AVENUE Dial FR 3-6631 2534 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale Ph. LO 6-2845 TOUPEES WIGS GLAMOROUS INDIVIDUALLY STYLED HAIR PIECES BRAIDS CHIGNONS FAILS BANGS CURLS Made and Shown in My Studio Expert Cleaning & Dretsing LcIJan Kit VMM 215 Seybold Bldg. FR 3-4141 I &\



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Friday. April 20. 1962 vjewisti Dor Mian Page 9-D {or %  person to live in a society „f which freedom is its chief contern and yet find himself in a tonditon of servitude. While freedora may be guaranteed to us trom the outside, that is by the ruling power, by the government, lor ir,ner freedom, however, there ,. no guarantee. Inner freedom depends entirely upon the individual. To achieve inner freedom ,in, reeds to be master of his he needs to be able to control his actions, his thoughts, impulses, brute forces, present in man beings." Inner Freedom :•.,"' says Nicholas Berday,\ a tyrant over himself rannizes over himself by leliefs, superstitions, myths. H, rannizes over himself by ever; sort of fear that is possible. rannizes over himself by nvy, by self-love, resentment Bj his enslaving will man en::ot only another but him* sell Inner freedom can be attained only when a person's life is guidhigh ethical and moral principles. "The object of systems nt : rality," says Matthew Arn


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Page 2-A +Jmls*ncrHian Friday. April 20, 1962 Swenson, Mrs. Carroll Win Awards orary Outstanding Citizens of Dade chairman. Member* of 11 mitte* mchjrle Marvin Pearl,,,,, Comrty. mitte* include Marvin" Pearll?' Sanford M Swerdlin is chairman Sidney Palmer. Martin n." "• Edward F Swen?on. Jr. and Mrs. %  rlea A. CarroO, Jr were ffcoaax Tocadaj aOutatai ...... Man and Woman of Dade franlf for 1962 Pre entation was made at ar. 8 30 a m. breakfa't in the Flagier room of the MeAHfster hotel bv Sholem Lodge of B nai B'r.'h, sponsor of the Outstanding Awards here for tf:tpaat is ft I h Lipton. president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn i ran of the award, waa repreaented bj M. L Clementc, execute e vice president of Dade Federal. Svnvon it a member of the board of trustees of the United Fund of Dade County, and wo* FRONTISPIECE Frontispiece of the Passover BdfttOfl of The Jewish f Loridiaa depii Moses beI found ir. rushes and removed to the palace of %  111 tri the Haggadah ed by % %  : Bra SWIHSOH AtffS. CARROLL chairman of the UF 1M1-42 campaign. Mrs. Carroll has long been known here for her continuing endeavor in behalf of numerous welfare causes. As in the past, judges included F'ed K Shocfcet. publisher of Ttie Jewish Floridian; George Beebee, managing editor of The Miami Herald; and Relph Renick, news director cf WTVJ. In adifTToTrto"the awards made to Swanson and Mrs. Carroll, surprise plaques and pins were presented to Lipton, Shochet. Beebee, and Renick for the "fair and impartial approach" to their judging chores throughout the years for "l>erpetuating the ideals of the award." Presentation to Lipton as patron and to the judges made them honcl the awards committee far SholDr. William Schiff. and em Lodge, of which Eli fiurwitz is Palmer. Budnic^ Morto a AJCong. Hears Justice Black, Bowles, Comay at Annual JOYOUS PASSOVER GREETINGS SINCE^ ^1901 ORKIN EXTERMINATING CO., INC. World's Largest Pest Control Company LETS MAKE ISRAEL ECONOMICALLY SECURE BUY THE SAflST EOHDS ISRAEL BONDS and GIVE TO THE CJA MAYSHIC rRiEDBERG Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 ItjGUST BROS fty e V' Is the BEST? *" NEW YORK — Supreme Court JuL Black presidential ..Cr.estet Bowles, and Israel IN Aasbaaaadar Michael Comay


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Page 4-C +JewistintrHtHi Friday. April 20. 1962 THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY A HAPPY PASSOVER IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE AUGUST FAMILY and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S.W. Eighth Sweot m. m Phone FR 4-2*92 ^_/T o l iaa y C^/r ec r7; J C JS %  -, i V A 2-C251 t 7-7 112 Hoik Eecch BM. HAL-I. FLOP DA COAST CARPET SERVICE CO, CARPET INSTALLATIONS Service is Our Motto Phone NA 4-8922 150 NW 176th STREET NORTH MIAMI BEACH To All Greetings Greater Commerce Purveyors Ltd. Purchasing Agents — Export Offices Metropolitan Office Bldg. 213 NE 2nd AVENUE Ph. 374-0674 SEASON S SREET NGS PACKER PONTIAC (ON THE TRAIL) Factory Trcir.ed ". %  '.ez'r.rr.lzs — Corr.pare CUT Prices — 665 S.W. 8th Street Fine Cora — Fine S: New cV Vied Cars Phone FR 9-4576 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Adams Glass Service 1919 Purely Acenue. Miami Beach Phone IE 8-0851 GREETINGS i^yVlarvcl 16 Miracle Mile EXQUISITE FURS HANDBAGS Coral Gables SUPERIOR STYLING ACCESSORIES The Ultimate In Custom Dry Cleaning Fur Storage Search for the Prophet Elijah in Our Time By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN Jerusalem THERE i< a cuvim in many ol Israels kibbutzim to prepare for the Seder night T 'a:gadah of their own. dealt-• events ar.d current national %  I : %  !---. rtyl i era H : •: %  %  %  i Episode Recalled • i m< that the y for whose benefit ali this innovation was intended, are about to settle the point. We are told that many kibbutzim are now ^introducing the full text of the traditiona Haggadah—under the pressure of the kids. Though not thinking in terms of Orthodoxy, thev seem to miss The modern struggle w Passe* %  %  %  I %  lewish people walk to freegales for There, in the old pages, the faraway world of their ancestors is perhaps less clear and less real, but what an intriguing joy it is to find in this far away, and in a way strange, world the name of the town of Bnei Brak which, thev know, is right near Tel Aviv. INI MIRACLI WEDOI OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF MIAMI, INC. SALES SERVICE NSTALLATION 7501 NE 3rd Place, Miami, Fla. Dial PL 8-5513 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla JAckson 2-3092 •'-• Z-'-lV NGS Mimiquv In<*. TU 5-2744 OFFICES • SHOWROOM • FACTOCY AT 1060 EAST 17lK STREET • HIAIEAH TO OUR MANY FRIENDS a-d PATRONS GREETINGS CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N.E. 11th Stroot Phono FR 3-3108 SEASONS GlffT/WGJ TO All 00* FKIINDS ERIC G. DIETSCH PAINTING AND DECORATING 1658 N.W. 19th Street Phone NE 5-8912 MUMr ctfcrmcs MELAXDOR M HMJtY W Grow Our Own PLANTS—TREES—SHRUBS 15721 NW 7th AVE. Wl 7-6971 A Happy Passover to Our Customers and Friends PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON, INC. 1637 Washington Avo. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach J E 8-1665 % %  '• S V U • is lati i .' '.;: %  • %  | iart<. tail could not be found .. iooked for him in thi chen. in the barn, in the yard No trace. For many hours they combed the area snd finally, in the early morning hours, found him fast asleep in a field far away. Where did he go? Yossi told them he bad heard that, on each Seder night the Prophet Eliyahu (Elijah, visits each Seder and drinks from a special cup of wine that is placed for him on the table Well, we had none— Yossi sa.d with remote — • %  :o look for Eliyan self. friend teei iuite proud of his littk % %  si After all — bi childrei Who km • '2 ALL -• ?A55:.E=> FANNETH ARMS APARTMENTS 7619 Abbott AVIH> Miami Beach A -*appy Passover tc Our Friends and Pa'ro-s Jim Wood Land Clearing 3085 N.W. 54th STREET Ph. NE 5-6102 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HAPPY HOUR TAYERX 3680 CORAL WAY Phone HI 8-2733



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Page 12-A +JelstinvrMk*ii Friday, April 20. 1962 Students to Get Professional Aid Rabbi Alexander S. Gross presents a set of encyclopedias to two Mesivta Senior High School students who earned straight A's in both religious and general studies. Each student is required to take ten subjects comprising the two departments. Shown are Stuait Werner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weissmen, 1843 SW Sth st.; Shlomo Caplan, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah Caplan, 410 31st st.; and Rabbi Gross, principal. Rabbi Jonah Caplan is executive director of the Hebre w Academy. Beth Shirah Advisors Meet Advisory council of Temple Beth Shirah will be host at a membership get-together and social evening on Saturday, May 5. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. William Baros. 32785 SW 64th ct. Refreshments jnd dancing are being planned. Members of the council are Mr. Baros, Henry HanuTsmith. Dr. Howard E. Lessner, Leo Martin, David Schaecter, Lee Aerenson, Harry Burak. Leon Roth, Mrs. Miriam Somberg, Lou Greene, Milton Baynor and Dr. David Markenson. Leading representatives of various professions and businesses will launch Beth David Congregation's new Business and Professional Advisory Council on Sunday, 10 a.m., in the social hall. High school juniors and seniors ?nd college students concerned about career choices, are invited. The principals of Miami, Coral Gables and Southwest High schools are extending invitations for Beth David to all interested students. Also invited are Phillip Sehiff, attorney, president of Beth David; Dr. Herman Meyer, professor of mathematics at the University of Miami; Bernard Tytell, certified public, accountant and former Internal Revenue Agent; Dr. Leo Braverman, physician; Max Jacobscn, manufacturer; and Bernard Wellkind, Dade county school tc-acher. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and I Nat Pollack, spiritual leader and executive director of Beth David, | will open the meeting with an outi lined description of the aims of %  the advisory council. Panel members will then explain the essential facts surrounding their respective fields and answer questions. Final phase of the program will be devoted to individual workshops. Rabbi Jafie to Speak Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe. spiritual leader of Temple Beth El. an affiliate of the Union of American Helm w Congregations, will speak on the "Jewish Worship Hour," over eh. 10, Sunday, Apr. 29, at 11 a.m. His topic will be "How Free are You?" WELL KNOWN MUSIC DIRECTOR and CHORAL CONDUCTOR Available for Temple position. Best of References. P OB. 1537, Miami Beach 39 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. af 103rd AVE RABBI Semicho from Yeshiva, Canter, teacher, Bal Koreh, etc. Wife, Kindergarten teacher. Seeks position. Write, Rabbi Z, Bex 2973, Main Posteffice, Miami AIB / SlCAMSHl'' I I GUS [///SHAW SHAW TRAVEL SfRVlQ Inc 149 N.E. 1st St., Miami. FR 4-2604 KASHA UNVEILING The family of thelute DR. HERMAN L. KASHA announce the Unt'filing — Memorial Service at lakeside Memorial Perk N.W. 25th Street at N W. lOJrd Avenue. Miami On Sunday, April 22,1962, at 1:30 p.m. Rabbi Leo'i Kronish will officiate. Friend! and relatives arc requested to attend. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR Miami Syr IS Your Choi.. o MORNING AND AFTERNOON DEPARTURES starts at TRAIN TIME AND LASTS THE WHOLE TRIP THROUGH! Unit your ncil trip 0 little vorolion in Itself-Witt all Ihi corelree relaxation end friendly Mftki Ihol Seoboord'i Silver Ittt'or ond Silver Sior olfer. Ycur restful, reclining coach choir or f an privole room is reserved in odo-'f. Enioy spacious lounges such as Ihe fa/ tavern observation cor, the Silver Mr'eor's Pullmon Sun lounge .,. attractive dining cars offering delicious food Ct moderate prices... Ihe "Hospitality Him, Toting Ihe ch ildren! There s a lEClSTEKEO NURSE oboord, at well at e fessenger Service Agent. THf ROUTE OF COURTEOUS SERVICE CETtY REDUCED HOUND TRIP ]0 Dr C0CH FURES TO THE NORTH. Moy I -Me. IS low-priced vocation tour* a* ble for Williomsburg, Washington, Philadelphia. New York, Boston and Conodo. NEW YORK THEATRE TOURS [In. dividual or group) include transportation, hotel, ightseeing ond O'chesfra MckCftl to Broadway htfi. for literature ond information SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT or nearest Seaboard O'fice. m NIllM* INI COO %  r.StBVITIONSPlcose phone FRanklin I 6611 or call in person: 173 E Flagler St 2206 N. W. 7th Ave Miami, 1553 Washington Ave., Miami Bear"; 1240 S. E. Eleventh Ave Hialeah; West Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. W. J. FICHT, G.P.A. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest ft Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew ft Sunday Schools. Wholesale ft Retail ISRAELI GIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Wt SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only /•wish Monument Builders" SID H. PALMER Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To livrt in Heertt We leave Behind Is to Livo Forvver. r? rvam Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1962 Ml. Nebo Cemetery LEONARD POTAMKIN, 10 a.m. Rabbi Jo^fpli \arot "May Their Souls Repo;: in Eternal Peace'." PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. Sth Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS (Jewish Division of) THURMOND MONUMENT CO. INVITES YOU TO VfS.'T THEIR SHrtV"nOA1S AND DISPLAY LOOK FOR TW0-ST0RY WHITE BUILDING MAY Wt SiM YOU AS WE HAVE SO MANY 0FHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET ^^HlTl6i4HI 4-2157 miMORIALS Of BEAUTY DIGNirY AND PERMAfvENOV



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Vaqe 8-C +Jenisti fhrkfian Friday, April 2 D, ^ GONDAS CORPORATION ELECTRIC MOTORS PUMPS AIR COMPRESSORS MACHINERY and SUPPLIES 151 NW 54th STREET Miami 37, Florida PLaza 7-5531 WESTINGHOU5E Cooling and Healing Contractors S and S Air Conditioning Co. Comfort is Our itusiness" MO 7-3624 5841 S.W. 8th STREET Sandy Susman MIAMI. FLORIDA MUGGE'S RESTAURANT, INC. FOR FINE FOOD COMPLETE DINNERS "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ... AT REASONABLE PRICES" ALSO A LA CARTE MENU AMPLE FREE PARKING — AIR CONDITIONED 1111 N.W. 36th St. NE 5-4714 SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES. INC 3475 N.W. 151st STREET Opa-locka Phone MU 1-8511 "WHOLESALE ONLY" A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL BANCROFT HOTEL AND MOTEL APTS. 1501 Collins Avenue Miami Beach GKUTINGS EDISON TIRE & SUPPLY CO. T1BES mmi TOWS RECAPPING ACCESSORIES SATTUIES Ul Of C0NSH0HOCIKIH TIKtS 10890 NW 7th AVE. 3300 SW 8th STREET 1002 E. 27th Street, Hialeah O. M. PUSHKIN YOUR MIAMI BEACH CHIEF BUILDING INSPECTOR Extends Greetings to All Mike Mersel — Happy Passover — Ossie Mersel MIKE'S XEWS & SUNDRIES Ciferi Mflints — SrefiMMry 4*5 F*>.Fift II-HI MIAMI UACH JE H7C7 The Seder and accompanying Seder prepligious Laws of the Jews of Today," Erlangen orations. From J. C. Bodenbach's book, "Re1748. The Continuing Appeal of Passover to Us By DR HELEN HIRSCH THE intrinsic beauty of all our festivals lies in their unique trait of being each a lively experience of the exalting lesson which it commemorates. The most solemn of the three harvest festivities. Passover, epitomizes the impressive re-living of a great historical episode in Jewish life. It offers a supreme example of the hallowing of man's life under the influence of religion. The coming of Passover is consecrated by the Kiddush prayer, praising the Almighty for the gift of the festival, the going out is marked bv the Havdalah blessing proclaiming the everlasting distinction between the -acred and the profane in a G :-givtn life. Our ancient rabbis Mid: Half of. the festival is unto •'• %  Lord and half unto yoursehes" Therefore the joy and gladne^ '. Passover is bound up with so! ::n worship, time-honored nt t\ and TO GOD'S CHOSEX PEOPLE .. May Peace and Happiness, Good Health, Good Friends, Good Cheer be yours Today and Everyday throughout the Year. STAR PRINTING SERVICE 1331 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 3-0932 L VALENTIN! PASSOVER GREETINGS BAKER A Complete Stock of Nylon and Cotton Flags All Nations—All Descriptions • MFGS.-SALES-RETAIL BOAT FLAGS PENNANTS SCHOOL & CHURCH FLAGS LODGE BANNERS SPECIAL DESIGNS TO ORDER Decoration Flags—Pole & Spear Call M: 5-Kill 1454 NW 17th Avs FLAG CO. GREETINGS FRED GALARDI TAILOR alterations -deer -3 pressing laundry 113 SE 1st AVENUE Miami, Fla. Ph. FR 4-3746 GREETINGS A. FR AX 0 & so.xs Fine Damask — Imported Linens 25 NE 2nd AVENUE Miami Phone FR 9-2033 All WORK 6VAMAHJU0 Spolter Electrical Supplies, Inc. Distributors of Electrical supplies, Lamps & Accessories Lighting Fixtures 6700 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone PL 4-2738



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Pcrge 16-B *j€nisfncrndR&n Friday, April 20. \^ UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABB IN/CAL SUPERVISION Of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN 21st DAY APRIL 17th DAY NISAN H'OL HAMO'ED All Food Fair Kosher Stores Are Closed on Wednesday and Thursday The management and employees extend to you and your families A JOYOUS AND FESTIVE PESACH For your shopping convenience we will be open the following STORE HOURS FOR WEEK OF APRIL 22nd: SUNDAY MONDAY 8:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. 10th & Washington Ave. Store Only TUESDAY 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. FRIDAY 8:30 A.M. to 3 P.M. CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY KASHRUTH SUPERVISION RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, DIRECTOR REV. JACOB B. KATZ REV. VELVEL SH'JLMAN MORRIS GROGER DAVE SACHS KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSE. Sales Manager: ABE NOVAGRADSKY STORE MANAGERS LEON LEFKOWITZ GEORGE KLEIN SIDNEY SUGARMAN MURRAY BERG AL WAGNER Supervisor: PHILLIP KATZ NOW 6 KOSHER MEAT STORES! 2091 Coral Way, Miami 19th St. at Alton Road 163rd St. Shopping Center Coral Way at S.W. 87th Ave., WESKHESTER SHOPPING PLAZA 10th St. & Washington Ave. 2662 Hollywood Blvd., HOLLYWOOD MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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Friday, April 20. 1962 • Jenisti Meridian Page 11-C The Jewish Exodus from Ancient Singapore Continued from Page 6-C yean and was Singapore's first Chief Minister under a new COHM.vjtion in 1955. Today he heads Singapore'*Workers Party*— m — Attempts at Conversion Despite his work on the politi|c:.. front, Mr. Marshall still takes active interest in the alfairs ot i community. During the years, there have : i a number of cases of interii triage by Jews, with Euro|p t ,.ns and Asians, but these have i t-,'u and far between. More<• %  .: %  such marriages are always |lr. y-ned upon by the community. Attempts at conversion ol Jews I by missionaries have been made si -e the first Jews settled in | Singapore, but their efforts have failed, despite the fact that Jewish children in Singapore attend missionary schools. The prosperity of the Jews of Singapore can be observed by i.land streets named alter them. Many have made considI en ble fortunes by investing in vacant land and landed property. Ei'.as Meyer and Nathan Roads art familiar names. Prominent among them was S:r Manesseh Meyer, a businessn.;.n who was knighted in 1915 f(.r his many public services to the city and community. Historical records of Singapore praise Sir Manesseh for "His public beneficence to all his own people and to every working CtUM in Singapore; his private charities and kindliness; his character as a true citizen." He was a Municipal Commissioner of Singapore 1893 and 1900, during which time he was also the largest importer and exporter trading with India. USS Constellation, the Navy's newest aircraft carrier, will sail with a miniature Torah scroll housed in an Ark in the wardroom used by her crew as a chapel. Sanford Solender, executive vice president ol the National Jewish Welfare Board, presents th eTorah to Commander Paul W. Reigner, senior chaplain aboard the Constellation. Omer Co-'inued from Page 2-C brilliant victory of Bar Kochba i: 13S C Fv over the giant Roman armies. But towards the end of this fateful year the Romans succeeded to destroy Jerusalem and kill Bar Kochba. Eu: despite the Roman persecution, the holy torch of Jewish k rning continued to burn bright|j and was carried by exiles to other lands. TO ALL GREETINGS Kent Hotel G. MENAKER, Owner-Manager 1131 COLLINS AVE. (AT 12th ST.) JE 1-6771 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER NATIONIZKI* WRY CLEANING & LAiximv THE 0UCN0N fAMILY 80 N.W. 22nd Avenue NE 4-5043 EDISON ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO. Wholesale Distributors ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and LIGHTING FIXTURES CALL FR 3-3114 1009 S. W. 8th STREET (Tamlami Trail) Continuing Appeal of Passover Continued from Page 9-C cue from the Crusades during the Middle Ages or liberation from the Nazis. And just as we overcame our enemies in the past, we shall always defeat 'hem. The Lord has stressed this to Moses: "When tho'> hos b-ought forth thy people out of Egypt, ye shall serve God upon this mountain (Sinai)." Israel's redemption, meaning the establishment of the Jewish State, took place millennia later in the same month, for thus did Moses, their leader promise them: "For this night, God protected his people against all angels of destruction and in this night He will protect and liberate Israel in the future." (Mekilta, Targun. Yerusha.'mi. Shemoth X1I:42.) Th-s is Passover's perennial message which we must forever keep alive in our hearts. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Hugo Hair Stylist* FOR roll* NfW HAIR ST Y It 1S61 SUNSET DRIVE, CORAL CABLES (Near Red Road 1 -non. MO 7-2213 A.R-CON0IT.3NS0 GREETINGS... LA HUIS CLINICAL LABORATORIES SS0 BRKKEU AVENUE HUNTINOTON >UIID.N6 YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 2200 NW 12th AVE. Phone FR 4-4763 Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE and Sons LARRY and JEFFREY and Daughter LISA KAREN ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER August Studio of Interior Decorating IXCIUS.VE DRAPERY WORK and UPHOISTERY TAIlOR-nUDE SLIP^ COVER! 1681 Alton Road, Miami Beach 39, Fla. Phone JE l-iw


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Page 12-C +Jenisf> ncrk/iar Friday, April TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WE WISH A HAPPY PASSOVER "Art" — "Murray" — "Nat" COULTON BROTHERS SERVICE STATION & GARAGE Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. Be A shes for A He er MIAMI FISH & LOBSTcR CO. 5711 N.W. 7th Averse Miami Phone PL 4-3667 Hotels, Restaurants end Institutions Supplied SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI, INC. Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload 1229 N.W. 21st Street Phone FH 3-6491 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS BYRON HOLDREN & ASSOCIATES United Benefit Life Insurance Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Ass'n Phone FR 1-1533 Ainsley Building A Happy Passover to All O^r Friends and Patrons ABBE VENETIAN BLIND, INC. 25 N.W. 19th STREET Miami Phone FR 9-9751 GREE77NCS ARCO NOTIONS & TRIM COMPANY & MANUFACTURERS Complete Line for Department, Variety and Fabric Stores — WHOLESALE 20 N.E. 17th STREET FR 4-8551 HAPPY HOLIDAYS SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO. 251 N.W. 22nd LANE Phone FR 1-4603 TO Alt C i I T I N G S Fred's Eleetrieal Motor Service Specializing in Diretl Current Motors — New and Rebuilt 1466 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE FR 4-0155 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL CLUB. RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES 6. BARTENDERS UNION LOCAL 133, AFL CIO AL GONZALEZ. Jr.. President MORRIS G. DRAPKIN. Secretary-Treasurer 821 NE 2nd AVE., Miami Phone FR 3 7603 BEST WISHES FROM PEE WEE BOTTLING CO. OF FLORIDA 788 SE 8th Street, Hialeah TU 8-9883 At the 78th annual meeting ol United Hlas in the field of migration and Service Murray I Gurfein, president cf the The specialized endeavor of Hias well %  _-.-i worldwide migration agency, presents Sen. stands the words of British Jewish scholar A Philip A. Hart, of Michigan, with the organris Joseph that the exodus from Egy izaticn's Award of Honor in recognition of memoraies "a deliverance which transfooNoJ his "contribution of outsanding significance a horde of slaves into a people." Passover Seen as Birthday of the Jews rat Pa ye. th< Continued from Page 1-C in relationship not only to the Jewish people but to a contemporary American Jew. who seeks enlightenment and illumination from the festivals of his people. The Seder, of course, is crucial to any celebration of Passover, and I recall, easily and vividly, the various significant Scdnrim I have attended and in which I have participated. During the Second World War. I. like tens of thousands of Jewish soldiers, sought out Army bases and private homes where a Seder was being held. I — and the rest of the Jewish soldiers, I am sure — made a greater effort to attend a Seder during those distant days than during peaceful days in the United States. Still, the appeal and magnetism TO ALL GREETINGS NAT and AL ZALKA CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO., INC. "EGGS FRESH DAILY" 41 NW 10th STREET FR 9-0675 WARD PAVING CO. CONTRACTORS STREETS ROADS 1731 N.W. 54th STREET MIAMI SIDEWALKS Phone OX 1-3913 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS SNIDER-JONES, Inc. Manufacturers of TRADE WIND GIFT JELLIES Miami, Fla. Phone MO 1-2730 Look for our NEW xotic "Naranja Jilla-Pineapple Drink" TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 7100 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PL 7-2541 Miami of the Seder carried over, u|j a parent. I also became >lu."ji aware of the attractiveness of s Seder as a family gathering, j an educational force tor Judus and as an opportunity to reo the miracle oi the Kxudusslaj But the Passover holidays! more than the Seder, It lsifrl cal point for stressing the laM ership qualm. men M Moses, Just as Abraham Lscold has become a legend and a myto to most Amerir. ns, h il i ecome, ttarou tale o! thij Exodus, the m si important Joi in Jewish nisi r\ \Ahad Hl Am. the brilli; ish thinkej and essayist, %  led us not 01 ng the U] years in the "but has led us r thousands i years in all I which we %  the Exodus Moses was i was he a states f ever, a prophet, and he n TO ALL OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS AL PFLEIGER T A XIDERMIST 15899 NE 6th Ave North Miami Ph. Wl 7-5991 CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES i Mfgs. American Cosnwlicl Private Labels Agricultural Chemicals 2625 SW 16th Street Ph. HI 8-8802 SEASON'S GREETINGS • • PIZZA PATIO • PIZZA • BARBECUE • FRIED CHICKEN 9495 Bird Rood South Miami CA 1-0741



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Page 6-A vknisUTfrriciirin Friday, April 20. ]$. Labor Zionists Pledge Twin City's Support Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Dr. Irving Lchrman. chairman of the Foundation for .](wish National Fund here, announce that the Labor Zionists of Greater Miami will convene on behalf of •Kiryat Me Amie." newest project of the local JNF. on Saturday evening, Apr. L'8, at the Fontaincblcau hotel. Ezra Finegold. chairman, said that the following labor groups will participate: Ben-Gurion Farhand, Bialik Farband. Lebediker Farband. Ben-Zvi Farband. Chaim Greenberg Poale Zion, and llistadrut. All pioneer Women's groups, including Beba Idelson. Golda Meir. Kadimah. Elat, Tikvah. Coral Gables. Pioneer Women Club 1 and Pioneer 2, will also participate. The function will Highlight "Kiryat Me Ami," twin city of Miami in Israel, which will bolster and strengthen the security of the frontiers of the State of Israel. "One of the first times in history that a cijy in one country has undertaken to build a twin city in another country. 'Kiryat Me Ami' will rise from desert terrain so that thousands of new immigrants will find a haven and a new life in which they can live and work in freedom and dignity.'' Ell declared. Guest speaker for the evening will be Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Israelite Center, and president of Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Also appearing on the program will be Michel Gibson, of the Yiddish Art Theatre. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini, radio and recording artist, Ok. tDWARD ANNIS and Esther Barrett, concert pianist who will be accompanist. Chairman of the evening is Joseph Zuckerman, president of Lebe-' tiiker Farband. Serving with him on the arrangements committee are co-chairmen: Max Astor. Sam Jackson. Solomon Parness. Dr. Isaac Unterman and Dr. Simon Wilensky, Refreshments will be served. Dr. Annis Will Speak at Sinai Dr. Edward R. Annis will speak on "Meeting the Hospital Problems of our Senior Citizens" at Mt. Sinai Hospitals annual meeting to be held Thursday, Apr. 26, 8 p.m., in Wolfson Auditorium. The program also will Include election and reelection of trustees to tht* hospital's board. Judge Emett C. Choate, United States District Judge for the Southern District of Florida, will serve as insalling officer. Dr. Annis. recent chairman of the citizens medical committee on health for the State of Florida, is a member of the national speakers bureau of the American Medical Assn., and is also editor-at-large for "Medical Economics," a national magazine for physicians. J. Gerald Lewis, president of Mt. Sinai, stated that "the board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital welcomes anyone who wishes to attend the meeting." Reports will be offered by Max Orovitz. chairman of the board, and Samuel Gertner. executive director. Friday Beth Jacob Meeting Morris B. Frank, president, will cm,duct a general membership meeting at Beth Jacob Congregation on Monday evening in the auditorium of the synagogue. TO ALL — GREETINGS SEAVIEW CLEANERS AND TAILORS EXPERT Ladies' & Men's Alterations 262 95th Street UN 5-9623 MEL and EDNA GILBERT SAFETY HARBOR SPA Florida's famed Mineral Springs Health Resort Florida's newest and largest Health and Baths Pavilion, New Luxury mineral water pool, patio, solaria any gymnasium. riiia health program nf Individual diets and phyulo-therapy. All i" reatlonal fai II undi i P Q.A, pro, fi-hinu. v. hlti -in I beach, — OUR 17th YEAR — "Imitated But Not Equaled" ONE HOUR BY AIR TO TAMPA & ST. PETERSBURG Telephone 726-1161 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SERBIN OF FLORIDA 1280 S.W. 1st STREET GREETINGS ROYAL PALM ICE CO. CORAL GABLES • 0 mu GREETINGS From The MIAMI NATIONAL BANK The O'Neill family sends Greetings to all iheir Jewish friends, wishing' ft >em A HAPPY HOLIDAY Mr. Paul J. 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362 +Jenisti ncridfian Page 9-B ver to Afi. 5722-1962 To our many friends and patrons and to Jewish people everywhere, may this traditional Festival of Freedom be a joyous secsor. ". Now if the Holy One, blessed is He, had not taken us out from there, then we and our children and our children's children would still have been enslaved unto Pharaoh in Egypt ." (Hagaddah Shel Pesach.l JfA AGE Llll AVENUE RAAOTEL XIE AVENUE !A MOTEL :OI 4S AVENUE VER OLIDAY TO ALL EMBASSY HOTEL 2940 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-2731 MR. & MRS. ISRAEL SCHULTZ PASSOVER GREETINGS M RICE TUCKER M RUS Manager jar Hotel ;AN lies HAP & 37th STREET VERSAILLES HOTEL 3425 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-6092 BERNARD JAY end best wishes HOLIDAY my FAMILY its Hotel JE 2-2311 EACH ne Hotel ie AVENUE 1-1271 HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS SAFARI MOTEL 17749 COLLINS AVENUE Wl 714431 IRVING VENOOK SEA SHORE HOTEL 1390 OCEAN DRIVE JE 1-1291 Mr. & Mrs. Max Feigeles Mr. & Mrs. Harry Weinshenker LUAU MOTEL 7326 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS TO ALL UN 6-9584 Surrey Hotel 4390 COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH BOB LEFKOWITZ DONALD KALUS HARRY BADER JE 1-0081 Beach Tower Apt. Hotel 6061 COLLINS AVENUE UN 5-5771 MONTE CARLO HOTEL 6551 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-8721 HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY MONTMARTE HOTEL 4775 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 2-1731 MIAMI BEACH BOB LAWHORN HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL DRAKE HOTEL 1460 OCEAN DRIVE JE 1-6681 BOB COHEN SAM LACHMAN, Owners BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER COPLEY PLAZA HOTEL 3900 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 8-1846 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL RITZ PLAZA HOTEL 1701 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6881 MIAMI BEACH WOFFORD BEACH RETIREMENT HOTEL OCEAN & 24th STREET JE 1-6691 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER SHOREMEDE HOTEL 3585 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-5301 BILL O'SULLIVAN GREETINGS TO ALL NAUTILUS HOTEL OCEAN & 18th STREET JE 8-6841 OPEN ALL YEAR NEPTUNE HOTEL 15995 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH MR. HAROLD GRUDER MR. HAROLD DRUKER HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OASIS MOTEL & APTS. 6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875 MIAMI BEACH GEORGE MARGOLIS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL CONGRESS AIRPORT INN 1850 NW LCJEUNE ROAO NE 5-0411 RAY BARBARINO. Manager DESERT INN 172nd STREET 8 OCEAN HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY TO ALL



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Friday, April 20, 1962 *•. kwisti MorSdHcir Page 15-C Some of Pa's Favorite Passover Tales By HERBERT P. BENEDICT M Y father, may his soul rest in peace, had been born on the first day of Passover. At least that's what his parents had told him. and ?oVe always celeWSted his birthday during the second Seder; the second Seder was, in ( ur home, the happiest occasion oi the year. When Pa died, he had breathed his last ou the first day of Passover. He knew the end was comIng. Indeed, he told one of his grandchildren, who was at his bedside earlier that evening: "It is no! right that I should live to be 90. That is too good for me. because I have sinned in my life. God should take me before 90." The Almighty did just that — a few hours short of my father's ninetieth birthday But what were my father's sins? To us. as for the entire community, he had seemed the saintliest of men. It was several years after his death that we discovered his "sins." My brother Jack and I A ere indulging in a couple of sentimental hours with Pa's library, one year, on the eve ol Passover, .lack picked up one volume of Pa's beautifully bound Babylonian Talmud Jack's eye had been attracted to the volume because it contained the tractate "Pesahim" — the part of the Talmud that deals with the Passover regulations. Leafing through it together, we found a note in Pa's neat Hebrew script on the margin of one page of "Pesahim." The note read: "Perhaps my greatest sin is that 1 have not passed on to my seven sons the tales of our heritage. 'Ribonu Shel Olam,' for that alone I deserve punishment." Jack and I decided right then that we must prove Pa wrong. For several years now, Jack — and all of our other brothers — have been making notes as, from time to time, we have recalled some of Pa's tales. Here are a few of those tales — concerning the Passover theme. It is. in a sense — if one is not blasphemous using such a term — Pa's own Tractate Pesahim. Bread of Affliction: We say during the Seder: "This is as the bread of our affliction." Saying so, we lift the matzoh. At the same time, we open a door to the outside — the first of two times durCRff TINGS TO Alt SAM BERLIN AMBER FUEL OIL GUIF OIL MIAMI BEACH fHONE JE 8-0735 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS J. FRANK McCRACKEN Clerk of Criminal Court BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS MR. and MRS. M. N. LIPP They're not exactly the Chagal! windows, but they're a crowning artistic achievement for a younq man at the Haifa Community Center, a joint project of American and Canadian Mizrachi Women. Mosaic art flourished in Israel for thousands of years. Best exarr.: e four.d by archaeologists in the floor of the Beth Alpha Synagogue which featured the signs of the ancient Zodiac. Table :bcve matures three months of the Jewish calendar—Sivan ::. which first [ruits are c::ered: Adar, traditionally bountiful and fruitful as symbolized by fish; and At. the month ol solemn recollection oi the destruction of the Temple. TO ALL GREETINGS ing the Seder when we door. The second time is admission of Elijah tire The first time, it is y %  • i e learned Hebrew in order to use the language against 0 not understand Aramaic — and therefore will not understand cur invitation to enter the home. But we do invite the hungry to come m. Once, recalled Pa. there happened to be a Urge influx of visitors — many of ihem vagrants, some of them Russian soldiers on furlough, in avillage. 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Friday. April 20, 1962 *.JeisHkrietian Page c-3 Ck arm in wh \jOl4VS) h FP Wti MCI -Kahn ms. ma LIVIN Q VER 400 women gathered at the newly-opened, elegant Doral Country Club last Thursday to pay tribute to Mrs. Elise Adams, Woman of Valor for Israel Bonds. For this special occasion, Mrs. Adams chose a vivid orange siik shantung sheath with matching jacket from the Spanish designer, liosero. With it. she wore a very lurge brimmed straw of beige trimmed in the same shade of orange for a most attractive costume. Vivacious Mrs. John (Sandy) Payne, wife of the famed and handsome movie star, wore a pencil slim black and white polka dot accented with orange shoes and a black bow in her pretty blond hair. Mrs. Trudy Hamerchlag's brilliant print of emerald greens, turquoise and fuchsia was a Fontana original from Rome set off with a green straw hat and shoes. 4 C HAIRMAN of the day, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, was in an elegant emerald green crocheted lace with scooped neckline, and Mrs. Joseph Lipton, who offered a toast to President Kennedy, chose an Adele Simpson stained glass print and a high crowned white lacy straw encirclei! with multi-colored flowers. Charming Mrs. Max Weitz, cochairman, in an imported pink linen embossed with hand-embroidered pink leaves, tiny sleeves and ring neckline. The white crepe Paris creation selected by Mrs. Jack Popick featured a throw-back fringed shawl, loose fitting bodice and snug skirt. The muted brown and beige soft print crepe sheath worn by Mrs. Sam Oritt had a matching chiffon bodice with portrait neckline and elbow-length jacket Mrs. Carl Weinkle was in a white silk linen suit with printed blouse of deep pink and green flowers. Also in white, to offset the lovely colors in the Doral decor no doubt, was Mrs. Samuel Pollack. Her frock had a V neckline and all white beaded and embossed cotton brocade trim in the latest gored skirt fashion. • QNE of the 25 women from ^ Southgate at the gala, Mrs. Henry B. Wernick's costume c insisted of a sky-blue cotton eye.et sheath with scalloped deep V decolletage, and a blue cashmere sweater with an alencon sequb.ed lace overlay and pretty Queen Ann collar. From South Darie, Mrs. Marshall Feuer was wearing a sea green Italian knit with white piping on the fashionable dropped waistline and circle neckline A pencil slim pink raw silk :or Mrs. Samuel Sapiro. who sat at the head table. Beaded and satin trimmed, the frock was worn v h a matching sweater and all white accessories. Miss Salomon Now Mrs. Levin Susan Lynnn Salomon and Peter I levin were united in marriage Sunday. April 15, in the Napoleon room of the Deauville hotel. The early atternoon ceremony was per-, formed by Rabbi Joseph Narot. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Salomon, 5120 Alton rd., wore a gown of silk organza i and reembroidered alcencon lace, I .ippliqued with iridescent sequins and seed pearls. It was designed %  v ith a portrait neckline and chapellength train. Her veil of matching lace fell from a crown of lace and pearls. She carried an heirloom bible under a bouquet of white orchids. She was attended by Iris Lipton, maid of honor, Mrs. Joseph Esformes, matron of honor, and Jane Kahn, flower girl. A graduate of Miami Beach High School, the new Mrs. Levin attended the University of Miami. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Sally Bachraeh, 5161 Alton rd., and Herman Levin, of New York City, attended Miami Beach High and the University of Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. Serving as best man was Joseph Esformes, and ushers were Alan Salomon, the bride's brother, Stephen Stark, William Gross-and David Bucksbaum. Scott Salomon, brother of the bride, was ring bearer. Following a reception and formal i luncheon, the young couple left for I a honeymoon in Jamaica. Upon I their return, they will live in Miami Beach. You are invited to visit our new school during Hebrew Academy "OPEN HOUSE" Month May 1st through May 25th at our new building 2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida Register Your Child at Ik Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami V : NURSERY Morning and Afternoon Sessions tl KINDERGARTEN All Day £ ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT (1st through 6th year) JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT (7th through 9th year) Special class for Junior High students without Hebrew background For information call the Hebrew Academy, JE 8-4641 Transportation facilities available throughout the Greater Miami area RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS Principal LOUIS MERWITZER President BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT VENETIAN WAY PARK FREE! SHOP MONDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9:30 extends sincere best wishes for a Happy Passover



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fli "dewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, April 20, 1962 Section C i ~i :: 'I i iJ..i -in i'!•:!,: %  ;i i-.i ii'.n:: i m I: 1.1 :^'iJiittWBWMPnBWIUllililiiiu:^:iiiM.;Mc:'r %  a claclt of Us ^Was 'Personally \freeJ front &cj*fpt r -.~i-w Passover Seen as Birthday of Jewish People i By MEIR CHARNIAK W E are told, in our ancient scriptures, that "every person in every generation must regard himself as having been personally freed from Egypt." This means, of course, that the Jewish Feast of Passover has a special meaning for all Jews. It is not merely an occasion for a family gathering, a Seder, which is frequently glorilicd in story and in song. It commemorates, as a British-Jewish scholar (Morris Joseph) once wrote, "a deliverance which transformed a horde of slaves into a people." And if you acknowledge that with the Exodus from Egypt the Jewish nation was established, well, then, Passover is the birthday of the people of Israel! Berl Katzenclson. one of the leading Zionist leaders and thinkers in Palestine (before Israel was born) observed about the Haggadah and the Bible story of the Exodus that "I am not acquainted with a literary creation which can evoke a greater contempt for slavery and love of freedom than the narrative of the bondage and Exodus from Egypt. And I do not know of any other ancient memory so entirely a symbol of our present and future, as the 'memory of the Exodus from Egypt.' Sm Personal Memorial* Rabbi Philip Goodman, in his latest book "The Passover Anthology" (JPS), has culled the above observations and thousands more in a volume which, in all, highlights the excitement, meaning and overwhelming importance of Passover to the Jewish people. But 1 should like, at this time, to veer away from the literary and from the historical, to recall personal memories related to Passover and the Passover story, Continued on Pago H-C ^



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Fr'day, April 20, 1962 vJmisii fhrM Na r) Page 3-B Joan Eggncriz Bride of Michael Simkowfaz Here A morning ceremony Sunday, |.\ir is the Eden Roc hotel urn'Joan Pasta, daughter of Dr. and | Mr-. Meyer Eggnatz. and Michael [simkowitz, son of Mr and Mrs 11 idore B Simkowite, with Kabhi j.eon Kronish officiating. Given in marriage by her fath11, thi bride wore a gown of BrusL, | £ |ac Itfa a chapel train of Ivory peau tie soie. The tulle veil \-.v~. held bj a crown ot wax flowfrs, and she earned ., cascade bouL iei i: hite roses, lily^of-tile-val\ English ivy. Mrs. Walter P. Miner in was natron i1 honor. Other attendant re Sara Simkowitz and ElizabeiTI imkowitz, sisters of the bHrleroom, Sidel Abbott, Mrs. Lee Eggn: i/. and Mrs. Mark Fisher. The bridegroom's father served inbet man. and ushers inluded Harry Ginsburg, Michael Irin. Lawrence Albert. Nenl AmIrlur. Dr. F. Lee Eggnatz, the bride's rother, Dr. James Steig, and i ilu Simkowitz, brother of the xoorn The new Mrs. Simkowitz is a iraduatc of Miami Beach High ami Smith College '61. Her husband is in alumnus of Mereersburg Academy and Massachusetts Institute )1 Technology. His fraternity is Ipha Eptilon Pi. and he is in the serves of the U.S. Coast Guard. After a honeymoon trip to Sicily nnd Italy, the newly weds will live in New York City. Franzbtau. Meyer Exchange Vows In Evening Rites A formal dinner and reception at lh< Deauville hotel followed the e:.rly evening ceremony uniting Ina Jean Meyer and Stephen Carl Fi anzblau on Sunday, Apr. 15. with K:ibbl Max A. Lipsclutz oil.elating. For the wedding, the bride wore a white silk taffeta gown with bodice and short sleeves of reembroidored alencea lace featuring a tralght lace" panel falling to the hem in front. A mantilla of net edg d with wide appliques of alen(on luce over illusion veiling formed the heat dress, Matron of honor was Bea Van Dam, and Marlylin Ratz and Hedy Zalkin were bridesmaids. Serving the bridegroom as best iran was Michael O Neil, and usher were Calvin Kapp, Robert 1'itts and Ilarlan Fisher. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, 17751 NE 9th ct., No. .Miami Beach, the new Mrs. Franzblau attended Normany private ; school. Her husband's parents are Mrs. llelene Vincent, of Opa-locka, and Mack Franzblau, of Rochester. I N.Y. A graduate of Miami Beach High, he attended the University of Miami, is a member of North : Miami Beach Jaycees. and at present is an insurance counselor. RHUII YESMVA rnd COLLEGE GRADUATE, EXPERIENCED, ELOQUENT SPEAKER, SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZER, EDUCATOR, ADMINISTRATOR. IN PRESENT POSITION 9 YEARS. SEEKS CHANGE OF PUlPiT. MIAMI OR VICINITY. WRITE RABBI A., BOX 2973, MAIN POST OFFICE, MIAMI I, FLORIDA GREETINGS Chos. E. Coleman Coleman Solar Service Bradford Rachracli MRS. MICHAEL SIMKOWITZ MRS. STEPHEN FRANZBLAU After a honeymoon on Miami Beach, the young couple will live at 11890 NE lfith ave., No. Miami. TANKS • BOOSTERS • NEW SYSTEM* • REPAIRS Member Cfidinbrr oj Commerce 1007 SW 27th Ave. 6251 NW 2nd St. Phone HI 6-7854 Nights Sundays Holidays Phone MO 1-8349 Aronoffs Say Vows Anew Arlene Chasin and William E. .•onoff. who were married in a ivil ceremony on Tuesday, Apr. 3. peated their marriage vows on uesday, Apr. 10, in Toledo, O., lith Rabbi Morton Goldberg officiating. The new bride is the daughter of arid Mrs. Ben Chasin, of 1815 Daytonii rd. Parents of the bride\. oom are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aront>lf, ol Toledo. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP formerly of 5737 NW 27th Ave. IS NOW SITUATtD AT 7331 N.W. 27th AVE. Phone 696-2101 Please Call Us for Your Pick-Ops. 1 vOGUST BROS Ry: f Is the BEST' ** 0 TO BETTER SERVE HIS PATIENTS DR. BENNETT A. LEE DENTIST ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF AN OFFICE IN THE ABBY BUILDING SUITE 106 960 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD MIAMI DEACH, FLORIDA Hours: S:30 5:30 Evenings By Appointment Telephone: 532-7206 GENERAL DENTISTRY CORAL GABLES COHVALESCEHT HOME "A Friendly and Gentle Atmosphere Pot Those Ton Love" • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAl NETS OBSERVED • AIL ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOL • SPACIOUS GROUNDS t SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rosenthal, Director-Owner Former Asst. T>lr. Mt. Sinai Hemp., Cleveland Dir. Jewish Homo for ABed, Pittsburgh 7060 SW. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363 PH^^^MMBtililWi GREETINGS TO ALL Holiday Greetings to All RICH PHOTOS PHOTOGRAPHY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Commercial Photo Finishing COMPANY FILMS and CAMERAS 2701 N.W. 42nd Avenu* 18 SW 27th AVENUE HI 5-2741 Phone NE 5-0421 Miami, Fla. PASSOVER GREETINGS may the spirit of the occasion bring peace and freedom to all peoples every where. SUNSHINE FASHIONS



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•riday. April 20, 1962 +Jenisti ftorUttar) Page 3-A rrushin New odce President Sr" oinccrs at Bnai B'nth, iam i BMk Lodge, are: Theodore M. Trushin, president; n .„ ll( l wemcr, president-elect; rLph L. Goodman. Edward H. ,,'vm and Harry Altman. vice presentsGerald Schwartz, recording seretary; Irving Schatzman, firacial secretaryH ax Friedman, treasurer; "Ger„'„ Miller, monitor; Melvin Rich,.,,.„„. assistant monitor; Noah ,. vv guardian; Beu Levwe, assistnt guardian; Abrahajn Swartz, ,arden; Ben Moskowitz, assistant varden. Board ol ciirectors include Jack link. George Kronengold, Michgossii Paul Seiderman, Will,fii fcgranove, William Bornstein. UiHon Kahn and Samuel .Marcus Installation will be held on Simla Ma] 8 at (i:30 p.m. Evening uil include dinner, dancing and tntertainaMDt. In charge of reservations is Irvtag Schatzman, outgoing president. New Club Will Meet in HoMyw'd. A new club, not yet named, for single men and women, will hold its Om party meeting at Hollywoods Beth Sholem on Saturday evening, Apr. 28. A provisional executive committee is planning the social, as well a< varied events to follow. Chairman is Mrs. Pearl Gable. Trice Is Right' Luncheon Set The annual "Price is Right" luncheon sponsored jointly by the lour chapters ol the American Me. Per Annum Current Dividend Rate PAID auARTtmr ON SAVINGS



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Friday. April 20, 1962 •• IPH>I$II fhrAfiarj Page 13-A HHMunmiuanin'wiNiiiii. n FROM THE TALMUD 34. BUSINESS AFFAIRS t Shemat Rabbah, 6, 2. When a Sage engages in many 1 IblUfyeM undertakings, they interI 1 fere with his wisdom. ^Pesachim, 29. That which causes money to I I :omt, is similar to money. I Tanhnma Shelah, 6. It is the custom of merchants to j Uspla? their worst-'meYcltandise I | first. &f | y. FAIR 6? UNFAIR METHODS I IN BUSINESS Baba Mctzia. 4. 1 I. Michnah. Rabbi /uiluli ben Ilai declared I I :hat a shopkeeper should not jjii'r ; I o children-customers su'eetmeals 10 I I litroci their patronage. The other § Rabbis permitted this, since the : I merchant does not pret'ent his g I ompelitor from doing likewise. He £ {also declared that a shopkeeper | ihould not cut prices. lecliired: The public grateful remembrance. <-nl< high prices on food-stuffs. md will also U'orl; aaamst the prat•:K' : holding goods bac\ Jor a Th others owes him since this assover jf"inal oCJoys of jr* Let Us Devote Ourselves To the Ideals of the Holiday t^jcain J ptcsdavj Clsve higher market. • • E Zohar. i. 5 5b. The blessing of the Lord is found ^ nilv u here there is a hjppy com! .0.1 of man an.l woman, iHI Final days of Passover will be marked beginning with services Wednesday. Services continue through Thursday morning, which include the traditional Yizkor Memorial for the departed. Special Passover services are also scheduled Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Liberal and Reform congregations will observe the conclusion of Passovr at only one service on Wednesday. Sermon: W}uf. on\'raation By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Tempi* Emanu-EI Passover is the most glorious fes tival in the Jewish calendar, for ven though it speaks of an event that took place some thirty-five hundred years ago, its message has been a clarion call of faith and hope for every generation through the ages—for our people and for the entire world. But the message of Passover, this joyous holiday of freedom, has even greater significance because of its alternate name. "Chag HaAviv," the festival of spring. As a matter of fact, our lunar calendar i provides one extra month seven j limes in nineteen years—we call it leap year—in order to assure the fact that the Passover season will coincide with the arrival ot spring. And there is a reason for tiffs, for I spring is the time tor planting and sowing. What our tradition wants to teach us is that freedom is a blessing which doesn't come easily. It isn't acquired as one plucks a wild flower growing uncared for and unguarded in field and meadow. Freedom can only be attained as the ultimate by-product of constant and intensive sowing and planting. How true are the words of the psalmist—'Only they who sow in tears, reap in joy!" There are no short cuts in the struggle for freedom. Whether it is the freedom lor which we are fighting in our battle against Communism and exploitation in all parts of the world, whether it is the freedom wo are defending against bigots, rabble-rousers, extremists, and all nefarious forces within the borders of our own country, whether we are battling for the safety and security of Israel as the hope of our people the world over—in all these areas we must heed the double message of Passover by working diligently, unceasingly, and untiringly for the victory in sight. Spring spells tilling and toiling—planting and sowing. It also speaks of birth and hope. Passover beckons us not to despair, and not to give up, and never to surrender. The harvest may not be realized today, or tomorrow, or even the day after. For forty long and difficult years, Moses and the children of Israel wandered in the desert, before reaching the promised land. What is imperative is that we remember to labor with determination, with will, and with optimism for all the ideals and principles which we cherish. We must never take our freedom for granted. We must never surrender to lassitude or indifference. We must let our voices be heard. It is only if we devote ourselves earnestly and sincerely to the challenging principles underlying this great festival of Freedom, that we may hope to see the day when the opening words of the Hagaddah will be fulfilled for ?.ll God's children on the face of the earth: "This year we are slaves. Next year, we shall be children of freedom!" AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi 1taac ever. Friday 6:30 p.m. .Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon": "Freedom of Conscience. Tuesday G:::o p.m. seventh day of Passover will be ushered In. Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Israel's Deathless Motto." 6:30 p.m. Eighth dav of Paxaover. Thuraday 8:30 am. Yizkor Memorial service 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Epilogue of Passuvcr. — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Norman N. ShapiroCantor William W. Linson. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday !" a.m. Bat Mitzvah: Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pasoff. Tuesday evening 6:l.i p.m. \Yedncsdn> '.' H.m. and 6:4.. p.m. Thursday 9 u.m. Yizkor service 10:30 a.m. — • — BETH EL. 500 Sw win ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the week." Yizkor Memorial service Thuraday u a.m. • BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Saturday '.' a.m. Wednesnaj and Thursda j 8:45 •> %  '"• Viakor Memorial ~i i vli %  -• Thursday lo a.m. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabhi H. Louis Rottman. Fiidaj 6 10 p.m. Saturday services 0 :, in and 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, seventh dav of Passover, :* a.m. Sermon: '•Towards .i New Person Freedom. Evening servlo a 6 30 p.m. Thursday, eighth das of Passover, morning services 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Memories oi yesterday—Oulde Posts for Tomorrow." JTIakor 10:80 a.m. Evening; eer. i, i 8:30 p.m. ronrn WffliQ D^tfn-a intfipan ,aroa nun. V tl S T • : v v \ I .... i T T .. T .... •jot 1 n -a'ptfi-rn Tsn -ten ,i. nDnsna .Tftattj ,onj?3n ^x n^x rotf amn "7npn Tr"? ir'ano TTT T • T ••! -* .irxn rvuK3 ntfin ntrtf • T T: T T T-: T • inxxnn ns icntf ,i, ntrtf T T : • : • V T • rurm rn .^ODI "ire nntfoxn nx ^anoa 1 ? T : V T v .. ,rpxn nx TPf| tfrjQf ]nz ITK# na .paijm nnin ]axn >n "irea nty!? 1 ? TlrtTJF nx ysn 1 ? n-^sn T • : •. %  .: • ; ^aiGhn nixa ^B1 ?? n^x -nna nip -ID 1 ? TW n&^ : This stems from the fact that JTfl "13*DX liy'i* pT3 7N"1^ there is a difference in pronunciatT .. T : il-u-Ji.u tion between the Ashkenazic (GerCWIFID mmpan 7D7 niM? man Influenced) and the Polisha.m. Yizkor services. I Moved Live." — • — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurico Klein. Frirlay 6 p.m. Pa* over ,. ; r, vl 5, e ,Zjll dav 6 p.m. Sermon: t an We fass over?" Thursday 10 a.m. Memorial services. -• TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "IPaaaovjr Meaningful TodayT" Wednesday :i a.m. Yizki.r Memorial service. ay." Guest speaker. Arnoi* Pakula. Saturday Youth service. 9:1V a.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Third beder and! program. Thursday Yizkor services 8 a.m. — e — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Tuesday 6:30 p.m. V> ednesday and, Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor Memona 1 aervlce for members Thursday 10:30 a.m. Yizkor service for non-members \--i


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Friday. April 20. 1962 +Jewisii n-DirfdHar Page 9-A Sale of Oil Art To Aid Hospital Chairman of the President's Dinner, Emil J. Gould (left), discusses plans for the Cedars of Lebanon testimonial with Robert Merritt, a member of the red carpet committee. The community event will feature a talk by Secretary Abraham Ribicoff. Dinner Places Still Available The sale of valuable oil paintings will help to build a hospital in Miami, aceoromg to a plan announced by E. Albert Pallot, local atlorney and banker, who heads the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital development fund currently raising funds to complete the upper three floors. An art sale is being held at the Mirell Gallery in Coconut Grove beginning last Sunday, and continuing to the end of the month, with a percentage of all proceeds going to the hospital. Gallery director Bob Draper told Pallot he would "turn the gallery over to Cedars for two weeks," and place on sale valued works from his personal collection. Top-priced paintings are Coreggio's "Venus and Cupid" and Veronese's "Triumph of Wisdom Over Strength." The Coreggio has been appraised at $100,000. Cedars officials opened the benefit art show and sale with a reception at the gallery on Sunday at 1 p.m. Some reservations are still avail-' able for the Cedars of Lebanon President's Dinner to he held Sat urday. Apr. 28. in the Napoleon room Oi the Deauville hotel. "We expect 800 or more to at lend th..community testimonial to president Samuel T. Sapiro," reported Emil J Gould, dinner chairman. Guesl speaker will be Abraham A. Ribicoff, IS. Secretary of health, education, and welfare, who is coming to Miami Beach with Mrs. Ribicoff especially to meet local civic leaders and hospital officials. Sapiro will be cited for his volunteer efforts and leadership. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER C L. CLEMENTS Insurance Agency, Inc. 1100 LINCOLN ROAD IE 8-7403 To All Passover Greetings GREETINGS Eunice Denison HOTEL PERSONNEL SPECIALIST "Staffing Prestige Hotels the World Over" In line with our established policies of contributing in every way possible to a better life in the communities we serve, we extend best wishes to all our Jewish friends for a HAPPY PASSOVER ?3 icrrc CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 37th Year on Miami Beach %  v*i.v,vi.-.v.v. .,.,-,..-,*ns ... .,.. ....... .,;. ..,....,. -..^ ...( % %  -• %  ^. % % %  %  -. % %  : :*:• %  -• %  I 20 %  ... • MAGIC NUMBER FOR SAVERS There's a time-honored custom among savings institutions of allowing a full month's dividend earnings on savings received by the 20th of the month. This 20 day grace period allows you to pay those bills that come around the 1st of the month and still open or add to your account in time to earn a full month's dividend. WASHINGTON FEDERAL has always been happy to extend this courtesy period to savers. Why not open or add to your account at any convenient WASHINGTON FEDERAL office on or before the 20th of this month. Your savings will earn dividends from the 1st. WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS id LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI l!CH 1701 Meridian Ave.1244 Washington Ave. 1133 Normandy Dr. JE 8-8452 699 N. E. 167th St. • 945-7675 ARTHUR M COURSHON H ii )i IIIIIMI m.i %  M^i m ii ii. WMIWII T JACK 0. CORDON GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER May Passover bring you happiness that blossoms constantly... FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY



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Friday, April 20, 1962 *•. /mf #• FhrkKbun Page 11-A f Pioneer Hebrew Teacher Wil! be Honored A dinner Sunday evening, Apr. 29, at the Lombardy hotel wil honor a Miami Beach pioneer in Hebrew education. The Hebrew Educators Alliance herewill pay tribute to David Freedman and Mrs. Freedm'an on the occasion of his 25 years of effort on behalf of Hebrew and traditional Jewish instruction in Miami Beach. Freedman is currently a member of the faculty of the Hebrew High School of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Rabbi Simon Aiulai, of the Hebrew Academy and Hebrew High School staffs, president of the Alliance, announced that the Apr. 29 tribute will feature a "This is Your Life" program in Freedman's honor. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, will be principal speaker. Representatives of major cultural, social, educational and Israeloriented organizations in Greater Miami will attend the event. Freedman's wife, Chaya, is a renowned poetess in her own right, whose works have been published in the major Hebrew literary jour-1 als and recognized by the revered poet, Chaim Nachaman Bialik. She is the sister of Prof. Jekutiel Ginsberg, professor of mathematics at Yeshiva University, and the noted Jewish writers, Simon and Pesach; Ginsberg. The couple were married in New York, and came to Miami Beach; from Chicago in 1936. The 61-year; old Hebrew teacher was born in Russia and arrived in the United Slates by a circuitous route that first took him from Poland to CanIt was through Freedman's efforts thai the Bureau of Jewish. Education originally recognized the Association, thus giving it official professional status for congregational schools here. SHERATON HOTEL 8 CONFIRM BOTH MR. AND MRS. fRUDMAN ada. He taught in Chicago's Anshe Sholom for a number of years. During a stay in New York, he was a .member of the staff of the renowned Yeshiva Ohel Moshe. Freedman attended Crane College in Chicago, the Louis Institute of the University of Chicago, and Yeshiva University. He was the first Hebrew teacher on Miami Beach. Since his arrival here, he became founder and president for nine years of Moadon, a Hebrew-speaking organization, of which he serves as honoray president today. He has also served as vice president of the Poale Zion of Greater Miami, president and vice president of Bialik Branch of Farband, and was founder and president of trie Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami, the first organization of teachers of Hebrew in this area. IT'S DONE VIA SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! Just call PLaza 10961. SHERATON HOTELS 60 hotels in 42 cities coast to cont in tna us.A.. In Hawaii, in Canada, and overseas The Officers and Board of Directors of the CORAL GABLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK extend to the Jewish Community a Kosheren and Fraylichen Pesach Member: Federal Reserve end Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS feREEN BROTHERS, INC. Brokers BEST WISHES AND A HAPPY PASSOVER TO EVERYONE LEON, ELLEN ond FRED KAYE 725 51 st STREET To All A Most Happy HAPPY PASSOVER DWOSKIN INC. 'Wallpapers of Distinction' 4029 N. MIAMI AVENUE ATIANTA • DALLAS • MIAMI HOLIDAY GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES EMMLFSS Heauty Salon 1029 KANE CONCOURSE UN 5-7434 UN 4-1714 BEST WISHES FOR A JOYOUS PASSOVER We would like to take -this opportunity to e xtend to the entire Jewish community our best wishes for a very happy and joyous Passover FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI Downtown: 101 N.E. 1st Avenue Branch: Biscayne Shopping Plaza HOLIDAY GREETINGS One Stop — Old Fashioned Services PATRICIAN Cleaning and Laundry Service 6788 SW 62nd AVE Ph. 666-4934 SOUTH MIAMI RUGS PILLOWS DRAPES BLANKETS Alterations — Re-Weaving Satisfaction Guaranteed PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL ALGIERS FLORIST Delivery Anywhere — Flowers By Wire Charge Accounts Invited 2513 COLLINS AVE. Ph. JE 4-2907 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL GREETINGS JOHN C. ANDREWS ROOFING & TILE CO. Dode County's Repair & Re-Roofing Controcfor — free fslrmolfs 43GC E. 11th AVE. Phones: MU 8-8635, MU 8-8636 HIAIFAH HAPPY PASSOVER nee ipjftrni jm -vz a KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 3 Pieces of Chicken—French Fries—Cole Slaw Gravy-Hot Rolls-Sl.00 701 NW 119th Street Phone MU 5-1891 Open 10:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Daily A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FROM THE SEYB0LD BUILDING 36 N.E. 1st Street • Miami, Florida Air-Conditioned Heated OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE BEST CENTRAL LOCATION CALL \^£li&'* Management Compcnv FR 1-3592 — 234 Biscayne Blvd. — Miami Fla. Our Pleasure Is Serving You with Quality Workmanship a nil Materials t r v v t i n if s NED'S PLASTERING CO. NED WALL 355 West 29th Street Phone TU 8-6464 Hialeah, Florida



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He made his New York concert debut in Carnegie Hall at 14, playing under the baton of Leopold Stokowski. A year later. Howard Taubman. music critic of the New York Times, said of his Town Hall recital: "Keep an eye and car on Daniel Barenboim ClauWkKmlWH WBKKKmWBWkWk'kWMWtU dia Cassidy of the Chicago Tribn^a^a^^"""^— une called him "a consecrated p res ident Itzhak Ben-Zvi addresses a special meeting in Jenmusician of unmistakable talent" salem wri ich launched the celebration of the 50th anniverand the London Times said "he g Q{ the f ouna ; n g of Hadassah. The event, attended by more than 4,000 Americans and Israelis, was a blghpoinl %  the itinerary of the Hadassah Jubilee Mission Left to right are Mrs Ben Zvi; the President; Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin. former national president of Hadassah; and Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. __^_^_ will be one of the great musical interpreters of the world." A mature artist a: nineteen. Barenboim is now winding up a second brilliantly successful tour of the United States as part of the cultural exchange program of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, under' the management ol S Hurok. Highlight of the tour was his New York appearance with Alfred Wnllenstcin and the Symphony of the Air. Along with Van Cliburn. Igor Oistrakh, Isaac Stern and Emil Gilels, he was one of the soloists in the seven concert Beethoven Cycle given at Carnegie Hall by this noted orchestra Door of Opportunity Daniel is one of the many gifted young Israelis who are members of the family of Foundation scholarship winners. Since 1954. the Foundation has awarded some 1,000 scholarships in all fields of artistic endeavor. To help the talented young people of Israel further their training either in Israel or abroad the Foundation has aided aspiring young tuba players as well as budding young poets. Samuel Rubin, president ot the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, explains that the Foundation initiated its scholarship program because it recognized that nurturing the talents of Israel s gifted young was one important way to further Israel's cultural development. He says: "The scholarship program is vital to the future of Israel Though the Foundation scholarship program is not quite eight years old, it has already begun to achieve results. Daniel Barenboim's success is just one of the fruits of the program. Another is the rapidly developing career ot the young painter. Moshe Gat. RABBI and MRS. S. M. M ACHTEI Naomi, Stella Regina and Leo Jay St it sky Extend to All Jewry Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER Season's tost Wishes to Ail UNKLE HENRY'S AUTO PARTS & WRECKING NEW ft USED AUTO PARTS 4700 NW 72nd Avenue TU 8-2657 SEASON S GREETINGS kaddln DRUGS ATLAS TV CENTER INC. 736 7 1st STREET, Miami Beach Phones UN 6-7217 -UN 6-5868 TELEVISION RADIO • APPLIANCES SALES RENTALS SERVICE LEW GOODMAN and SOL WEXLER WISH ALL A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL GREETINGS SANBORN PLUMBING Good Plumbing 23 N.W. 11th Strott Ph. FR 4-3002 Miami, Florida The door of opportunity op< for Moshe when he was ... a Foundation scholarship tor study abroad. To Moshe, it that he could accept the tion of the great Mexican muralist, David Alfaro Siqueii come to Mexico as his studi In two years residence, achieved recognition in Mexico; was asked to stay. He achieved the rare distinction of a one man show at the Palacio de Bella" Artec, Mexico's famous Museum ot Modern Art. where several ot hii paintings are a part of the permanent collection, along with th works of Rivera, Orozco and Siqueiros. Now in the United States, the pattern of success being repeated. Moshe's first oneman show in New York, held in February at the ACA Gallery under the sponsorship of the Foundation, was favorably received by the critics. One well-known collector made a wholesale investment in Gat, buying seven of the twenty oils exhibited. Another Foundation scholarship winner whose career bears close watching is that of Abraham Kaplan, conductor. Kaplan received his scholarship in 1955, when he came to the United States to study at the JuiUiard Continued on Pago 13-D PASSOVER GREETINGS CENTER PHARMACY Phone PL 1-2924 Prescription Specialists 9723 N.E. 2nd Avenue Dir. Opp. Shores theatre Holiday Greetings I SUNSHINE of MIAMI CAP MFG. CO. MORRIS GOLDV. 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Page 4-A +JewistnorMk*r Frtdq Y' April 20, 1962 ^Jewish Floridian CFHCE and PLANT — 120.RE Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON."..'. Assl to' Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday slaee 1327 by Tt\t Jewish FloridUn at 120 N.K. Sixth Street. Miami 1, Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. Ths Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian does not KU a ran tec the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised In its columns. ,UB!C % T ,H^ AAT ~~ One Year *5.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Friday. April 20, 1962 16 Nisan 5722 Number 16 Passover Today We celebrate the exodus of ancient Jewry from Egyptian bondcge during the Passover holidays. For this reason, Passover is called, among other things, the "Festival of Freedom." It is several thousand years ago that "loses told Pharaoh to let his people go — and warned him thai to oppress human beings is to defy the Will of God. There have been many Passcvers since this hallowed time in Jewish history — a countless number of them spent in exile end virtual bondage. Still, Jews from time immemorial have celebrated the exodus torn Egypt in the unrelenting belief that the first great revolt cgainst slavery holds an equally great lesson for humankind. This belief has not diminished in fervor, nor has the celebration ci Passover down to our own day — despite the murder of the Six Million little more than a decade ago. So intrepid is the faith in the meaning of Passover, that the Nazi slaughter, far from reducing Jewish zeal, contrarily affirmed it yet again, with untold numbers of victims marching to their deaths to the chant of "Ani Ma'amin." Many Jews, during their Seder celebrations this week, are including in the liturgy a memorial prayer for the modern slaves of Hitler Germany, who perished at the hands of one of the latest Pharaohs. The moral of Jewry's undaunted belief in Passover as a symbol of human aspiration toward freedom is that courage and often sacrifice are essential elements for the achieve ments of this aspiration. Moses demonstrated these attributes when he led the Jews out of their bondage. And so must every exodus today — they seem to continue unabated — be marked by them. Courage and sacrifice were the essential factors of the emergence of the State of Israel in our time, and they have been essential to Israel's defense against her enemies ever since. No less today are ^courage and sacrifice essential factors in the exodus to new lives of oppressed Jews in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East Arab countries. And so, too, must they be the essential qualities of every effort in behalf of freedom — until freedom, unchallenged and eternal, is humanity's ultimate heritage. Prediction for Tomorrow In our view of the Security Council censure cf Israel in these columns last week, we declared: "What counts is not the act itself What counts is the increasing degree of brazen contempt for Israel which the Arab nations will be able to sport as a result of the censure move." Israel Ambassador to the United Nations, Michael Comay, said as much several days later when he warned an audience that the UN must expect new provocations and newer difficulties during the months ahead. For it is a certainty beyond question that the Arab leaders have been amboldened by the onesided censure resolution emerging out of the Israel-Syria border incident last March. Perhaps the greatest contribution to this prediction of certain provocation was the Adlai Stevenson statement prior to the adoption of the resolution. Many brave things were said by President Kennedy about his plans for the Middle East during his run for office back in 1960. So ambitious were his comments that even the most recalcitrant elements in the U.S. State Department pulled their horns in after his election to await the shock of change in American foreign policy for the Middle East. Neither is there any doubt that the Arabs, themselves, did some pulling in of horns in anticipation of a possible New Look. But the change never came, and the wait-and-see attitude has now given way to a reemergence of Arab hostility toward Israel. The Stevenson statement, for its part, represented the reemergence and reiteration of classic State Department attitudes toward Israel since Palestine partition. If Syrian provocation merely resulted in American-supported censure of Israel, why should the Arabs not try to be even bolder in the future? It was this we meant in our prediction here last week about increasing degrees of brazen contempt. It was this Ambassador Comay meant. • • • Vow Made Terrifying One example of contempt is the comment by Algerian provisional Vice Premier Ahmed Ben Bella, who last week declared in Cairo that the FLN, the former Algerian underground rebel movement, is ready to send 100,000 of its soldiers into battle to "liberate" Palestine. There is little doubt that behind this comment are strange variations on the "hate Israel" theme, which do not generally apply to the ongoing Israel-Arab dilemma. For one thing, although there is little overt proof, it would only seem reasonable that Algeria's Jewish community has given no little support to the Secret Army Organization, which wages a last-ditch and bloody stand for continuing French control. Hence, if for no other reason, the relentless Algerian rebel hatred of the Jews, who look upon Algerian Jewry as French and European to the n'th degree. But it is interesting, although not unexpected, that FLN leaders should consider antiIsrael sentiments as the worst possible form of retaliation; for it is perhaps a sad but nevertheless true fact that a stout part of the Algerian Jewish community, when ultimately pressed to extreme measures, will look to France rather than to Israel as its next place of residence. Ben Bella's 100,000 soldier vow is certainly in context, but it would hardly have been as terrifying were the American role in last week's UN censure of Israel less obviously lopsided. (he week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN BLATO, in the "Republicduring (he week srSS-T! O they were going down t £! Peiraeus. ". concerning justice," asks Cephalus, "what is it?" Of course, he challenges Socrates, it is more than "to speak the truth and to pay your debts." It is many mor ( things than these, although they are included among them suggests the old Greek philosopher to his students in perhaps a hun' dred different ways: ". %  justice is the excellence of the soul % %  and '*. the just soul will live well ." and "the just is happy • and "... injustice can never be more profitable than justice.'" The variations of his view were infinite. So, too, have they been infinite for a host of philosophers down through the ages. In "Good and Evil," Martin Buber declares: "To the extent to which the soul achieves unification, it becomes aware of direction, becomes aware of itself as sent in quest of it. It comes into the service of good or into service for good." Here, "good" is a dimension of that which is just; and the implication further seems to be that justice he. a j the root of the human spirit which, for its full-flowering, in turn depends upon it. One may go on and on. Sadly, In our own day, few of us consider justice as a value except when and if we are personally involved in litigation. Thus justice is reduced from the ideal to the cra>, with justice here becoming an empirical test of the absolute rightnesof an action in terms of its universal applicability to all people in all direc. tions. • • • THE BASIS OF CHOICE AMONG CANDIDATES CUCH TESTS ARE patently naive because they have been ** tivcly applied where no reflection whatever takes plac ing moral problemor universal moral law. The reductio ad absurdum is hence an image of justice much like Cephalus knew it i be when he suggested to Socrates that more things are involved m justice than "to speak the truth and to pay your debts." The image, precisely, is a tragically debased one: Justice has been achieved in a tourt of law if we have prevailed in term(it the verdict—if the judge sees it our way. I do not here propose to oiter alternative approaches to justice as a modern philosophical ideal; the Martin Bi.bers among us can do infinitely better. I have merely probed the subject as H means of indicating that the popular understanding of these values seems downright low if not distorted. On what basi^, then, do we expect, as intelligent citizens, to make a choice come May 8 with respect to the many candidates ottering themselves for election to judgeships—whether these be Justice of the Peace or to such august posts as Circuit Court bench' Indeed, on what basis does the elector ever decide who shall get hi.vote, other than the one formed by crass association—by precisely those things which should never establish a relationship between a judge and the people: the fraternal tie of familiarity and the implied even if never stated promise of future favor? I here suggest that judges ought never achieve their positions by popular election for principally this reason—if for no other. For not only do mass electoral ignorance and the malevolent promise ol judicial predisposition enter into a picture already far removed from the philosophical ideals of justice, but candidates must play upon these negatives, exploiting them in their campaign rounds. VIOLENCE TO THE IMAGE Of JUDICIAL KESERVE %  WAS THINKING sadly in these terms the other day, thinking also as I was of Judge Phillip Goldman, who is running for reelection to the Circuit Court—a post to which he was appointed by Gov. Collins. I am an ordinary citizen without uncommon legal knowledge, and elections for judgeshipc have always made me exceptionally unhappy. Too much, it seems, is at stake to toss a coin in the lonely sanctity of a voting booth, or to recall the slap on the back a toothy and overlyfamiliar candidate may have given me. Judge Goldman, I said to myself, is no back-slapper. Neither is he a sly campaigner in the popular sense of the term. Indeed. I see the campaign process as a great burden upon his shoulders, which somehow tends to debase the image I have of his judicial reserve This, as a matter of fact, is the image I should like to hold ot all men who sit on the bench. Must not the circus elements of a political campaign do violence to it? I said before that I have no uncommon legal knowledge. Then what is it that moved me toward Judge Goldman? The answer is: that which should move all men in their electoral decisions with respect to judgeships—the assiduous gathering of information :. 'properly instructed sources. I would say that the healthiest part of the legal profession here considers Judge Goldman in the highest terms of respect. This w< in itself, be insufficient cause for aping them were it not also true that a goodly number of members of the bar enthusiastically diS| in his behalf will also sheepishly, if with secret admiration, CO that Judge Goldman has in the recent past "tound" against them. 4 NOTAP.LE EXCEPTION AMONG MEN I MUST BE impressed to discover that Florida Attorney Gen Richard Ervin considers Judge Goldman "the brightest and best addition to the bench that has occurred during my memory:" that, as an Assistant Attorney General, immediately prior to his elevation to the Circuit Court, the Florida Office of the Comptroller ecstatically referred to his "devastating victory" in Knights Riviera Pharmacy \ Green, where Judge Goldman succeeded in upholding the comptroller s procedures when taxpayers' records are inadequate; that, as early as July, 1950, then State Attorney Glenn C. Mincer here congratulated Judge Goldman's "resourcefulness, thoroughness and clear manner m which he covered the legal points involved" in Kemp v. State of Florida; that, even earlier, in June, 1949, State Rep. Charles O. Andrews expressed his appreciation to Judge Goldman, then a member ot the Legislative Drafting Service at Tallahassee, for "the very fine work you did in drafting the election laws which I sponsored at this session of the Legislature." One can go on and on, also citing from the some 1.000 opinions he has written since his appointment to the Circuit Court—opinion* '" el reversed in higher courts. These have included Florida v. Inter-American Center Authority, which validated Interama Bonds; Reed v. Green, establishing the taxibility of prefabricated property; Gulf* stream v. City of Hallandale, to protect Florida revenue; Saurez v. Pan American World Airways and State of Florida, involving the immunity of the State from tort liability; United States v. 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Page 12-B %  Mi*t fkrkfi&n Friday. AprU 20, 1962 J$ar ne district office. Sandier has qualified for the Metropolitan Millionaire! Club three times. This is the firs: qualification for Mandelstem, ho is associated with tne Miami Shores office. Sandier also has qualified eight times for the National Quality Award of the National Assn. of Life Underwriters. Cor/ Posoff John Sumktrg I Carl PasoH ervicei a* Betli David. Apr 21, rill include the Bar Mitzvah of Carl Richard. Son of Mr and Mrs. Jack Pa A wventh grade rtudent at Riviera Junior High, the celebrant does scientific research with tele•cope and microscope. • • • Ronald Hgen Ear Mitzvah of Ronald Mark, ton of Mr and Mrs. Daniel Hagen, was celebrated Saturday morning, Apr. 14, at Beth David, with Rabbi Norman N Shapiro officiating. A seventh grade student at Ponce Oc Leon Junior High. Ronald i 3 a Boy Scout and play, the trumpet. His parents spon-ored the Oneg Shabbat and the Kidduh Passe /er Greetings to All Lang's Service COMPUTE AUTO *lPA

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Friday. April 20. 1962 fJewist IFIorfdUan Page 7-B MJH. Wernw-Kahn HAl MMELSTHN Miss Lowenthal Picks Peau de Soie Carrying an heirloom handkerchief and wearing her grandmother's rosepoint lace mantilla with her wedding gown, Jane Ellen Lowenthal became the bride of Hal Himelstein at the Seville hotel on I Sunday. Apr. 15. Rabbi Benno Wallaeh performed the early evening ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the hotel. Of candlelight peau de soie, the Iradtional, floor-length gown had a' full skirt terminating in a full chapel train, and featured an alencon lace beaded bodice, sabrina neckline and Ion;: tapered sleeves. Matron of honor was Mrs. Stanley Worth, and Elaine Snowiss served as maid of honor. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lowenthal, 7507 Cutless ave., the new Mrs. Himelstein is an alumna of Miami Beach High and attended the University of Florida. Parents ol the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Himelstein, 950 North Shore dr. He is a graduate of Cheshire Academy, Conn., has a BBA from the University of Miami, and belongs to Phi Epsilon. Serving him as best man was Stanley Worth. After a honeymoon in Haitai. Puerto Rico, the newlyweeds will live at Bay Towers apts. meth and Keren Hayesod. Had Believe it or not, a neighbor, on they known, they would not have reading the headline in your cura headline indicating: "Former rent issue, declared: "And we just JNF Director Guilty of Embezzlegave the guy a dinner in his honIt's too bad that your headline nient." or." Your item refers to the director OSCAR LEONARD IN THE MAIL EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian: writers do not seem to know the difference between Keren Kayeo; the Keren Hayesod in Paris. Miami Beach Happy Passover Holiday to All JVS Planning Annual Meeting Jewish Vocational Service will hold it.' annual membership meeting Wednesday. May 2. according to Clemen J. EhrilCh, president of the organizatlioi Ehrllch this week announced members of the program committee, who will include Marshall S. Harris, chairman, Mrs. Jack Chernau, Mrs, Charles P. Peinberg, Jerome Greene, and Albert J. Hirsch. Jewish Vocational Service is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and a member of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade county. Dr. Michael Goodman is execulive director of the agency. Donor Award Luncheon B'nai B'rith Women, Miami Beach chapter 519. will hold its annual donor award luncheon at the Algiers hotel on Tuesday noon, May 8. % ffe **. % for your wonderful June wedding day Fashion magic for the bride and her bridal party with all the romance of tradition, all the fresh charm of 1962. See our bridal collections now. Prices $49.98 and up. 3410 Coral Way OPENING SOON Another Publix far Miami Shopping Pleasure Collins Avenue & 69th Street Miami Beach, Florida OTHER MIAMI AREA PUBLIX MARKETS: 12850 Biscay ne Blvd., North Miami 8680 S.W. 24th Street, Miami 4500 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami 1750 Hallandale Bch. Blvd., Hallandale 6821 Taft St., West Hollywood 900 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale 3400 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale 2633 Old Dixie Hwy., Wilton Manors and many more to cornel EHM THE HAPPY DIFFERENCE AT PUBLIX!



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Friday. April 20, 1962 +Jewlsti ftcridHan Page 7-D Passover Celebration for Modern Jews By BEN GALLOB J EWISH life may be viewed historically as a series of responses to the challenges of the larger societies in which Jews have lived. In that context, descriptions of Judaism as a partuulanst.c system and recognition 'hat basic Jewish values have a universal significance, are tqually \.iiid Passover is a prime example of this twin aspect of the Jewish struggle to survive as part of the world and yet apart from it. The story of Passover is the story ot ; relationship between a particular people and its God. Even if one dismisses as legend the Midrashic tale that the Children of Israel were compelled to accept the Yoke of the Law in the Sinai desert, it Is profoundly significant that such an idea became interwoven into the ootlooK 01 this people. It is not the universal God, creator of the universe and all things in it. who dominates the story ot the exodus from bondage in ancient Egypt. It is the God of Israel, speaking directly to Moses, offering eternal life for adher ence to a moral code and dire puni"hmcnt for breaking it. Value System Yet it would be a complete distortion of the record to view this as the only theme of the meaning ot Passover. Just as this holiday is part of the history of a particular people, so. too. its elements have a meaning reaching out into the larger world and profoundly significant for all peoples of that world Some adherents of Judaism insist that its value system must not be judged by non-Jewish yardsticks. This stand is based partly on fears that such an approach, adhered to unflinchingly, leads to such developments as the scientific analysis of the reliability of the Old Testament as a historical record, with all its shattering implications for the attitude of faith based on unqualified acceptance •f that document as divine. Such a stand might be feasible in the closed system of Middle Ages Europe, or in the artificial Newly-arrived immigrant children to Israel rejoice at their own deliverance from exile and bondage. For them, Passover means the beginning of a life of freedom. closed system created by Jews in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn today or that of the Hassidic sect in Rockland County. New York. In the open society in which the overwhelming majority of American Jews live, it is impossible. Come and Celebrate Jews living in freedom in this society will — whatever the dangers other Jews may see in it — GREETINGS KURTZ BARBER SHOP %  # No Waiting Expert Haircutting 1300 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS DICK CALHOUN MOTORS Inc. Corner State Rd. 7 Hollywood Beach Blvd. WEST HOLLYWOOD, FLA. K* To All Holiday Greetings GLAMOUR BEAUTY SALON Air-Conditioned For Your Comfort 1222 Normandy Dr. MIAMI BEACH 864-1643 apply the yardsticks of the larger society to Jewish values. In so doing, they will find that the Jewish values developed in centuries of isolation and applied during centuries of rejection are the foundation of all that is considered most noble and civilized in the American humanistic outlook. Consider the Passover custom of Maos Chitin, literally Money Continued on Page 10-D HOLIDAY GREETINGS A & -I SERVICE Lawnmower Sales & Servieo Authorized Briggs & Stratton, Clinton Engines, Service Dealer 6386 S.W. 8th St Phone MO 1-8979 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS Buy a Remote Control TV St Stern Electrical Engineering Factory Distributor RCA Radio* — TeleTistoJi Sales and Serrice DUMONT 5138 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 6-6540 "The Beit for lest" TO All GMCTIHGS SERVICE PAINT & GLASS INC. QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 821 NE 79 St. PL 4-5527 FREE ESTIMATES GREETINGS SOMETHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY WOODY'S 5 & 10 4201 E. 4th AVENUE Henry & Lillian Lieberman Hialeah, Florida MU 1-2943 Best Wishes for Passover S. S. GOLDEN Real Estate Room 603 Blscayne Bldcj. Phone FR 1-8537 MRS. L. SILVERMAN & FAMILY and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY 1119 S. W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Wish for All Their Patrons and Friends a Happy Passover HOLIDAY GREETINGS BAKER'S Miami Carpet Cleaning Co. 120 N.W. 25th St. Phone FR 4-2921 JOHN A. BAKER, Owner Greater Miami's Oldest & largest %  aUumini MARKET 1435 Washington Avenue WISH THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS A HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS UNIVERSITY FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association OF CORAL GABLES SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO SI0,000 199 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES GREETINGS SPINOLA PRINTERS SUPPLY CORP. JOE SPINOLA Equipment for Printers LITHOGRAPHERS BINDERS NEWSPAPERS BOX MAKERS SALES SERVICE 6770 N.W. 37th AVE. OX 1-4633 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS Bruce's Pure Oil Service Station "We Appreciate Your Business" 7800 CORAL WAY 226-5372 GREETINGS CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT & INVESTMENT CORPORATION BOATS YACHTS 1090 N.E. 79th STREET 759-8776 GREETINGS Horlamus Food Products CANNED BREAD-GLUTEN BREAD "Unsalted High Protein For Diets" 4210'/ 2 LAGUNA STREET HI 3-2172 CORAL GABLES GREETINGS COMMUNITY BARBER SHOP 18186 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Air Conditioned No Waiting GREETINGS TO ALL IDEAL IRON & WELDING WORKS Expert WeWint, Broken Part* Made Strong As Now PORTABLE WELDING MACHINES FOR RENT 2185 N.W. 30th AVE. NE 4-8368 GREETINGS TO ALL "The Most Modern in the South" Plastering by D'AMGELO PI.ASTERII\ CO. 450 N.W. 71st ST., MIAMI PH.: PL 1-2494 HOLIDAY GREETINGS FREDY'S LAWNMOWER & CYCLE SHOP 2375 NW 67th STREET MIAMI Phone OX 1-7799 BEST WISHES FROM HOI si: OF HADDAD Social and Commercial Printers 671 N.E. 125th ST. PL 4-2731



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Page 12-D +Jenis* fkrkHar Friday. April 20. I% 2 HAPPY PASSOVER YOUR FRIENDLY WSfftft GUVS WASHERi DRYERS COMBINATIONS 1430 N.W. 79th STREET Miami Phone PL 8-9676 SEASON'S GREETINGS AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO. 3701 N. Miami Avenue PL 9*0757 Holiday Greetings to All STANDARD WELDING SUPPLY CO. N C G Authorized Dealer WALTER MAHANY, Prop. 4382 N.W. 32nd Avenue Phone NE 5-0803 %  t • GREETINGS... THE PARRAKEET SHOP BETTER BUDGIES TOYS EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES RARES Member of A.B.S., U.6.S., C.B.A., S.P.C.A. 4401 NW 7th Avenue Miami Phone PL 4-3402 SEASON'S BEST WISHES BEACOM REST HOME 24-HQUR NURSING SERVICE "A Home Away from Home" 116 Beacon Blvd. Miami Phone HI 31802 • HIT I N G $ ... SETTLE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, INC. BUY WITH CONflDlNCt IN CORAL GABLES SINCl 194t 2340 P.nte Dt leon Blvd. Free Delivery HI 1-2607 Best Wishes for Passover TIM n A Y LORD COSTUMES Made to Order Costumes—Since 1925—'Truman Lord" 1741 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 1-2011 GREETINGS TO ALL U. S. PLASTERING COMPANY Plastering lathing • Stucco — To Pleas* You Mo Job Too Small or Too Big 1736 S.W. 6th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone FR 4-8115 Floods are Gravest Danger in the Negev Continued from Page 3-D fields not only from dust storms but from yet another danger, locusts. The swarms, arriving in the evening, havebeen observed to land on trees and rest through the night until the next morning when they begin to devour the field. Looking Ahead Spurred on by its success in all these spheres, the Jewish National Fund is now venturing with its reclamation and afforestation work right into the "Far Negev" and into the desert of the Southern Arava Valley. This year the first experiment was undertaken in the bleak hills of the Central Negev. between Sde Boker and Avdat, where the highway to Eilat curves around the deep Tsin Canyon and is highly endangered by winter floods. There the Fund has made a beginning by planting a grove ol trees on 320 dunams. and first reports from this area are encouraging. The Jewish National Fund is now, therefore, looking forward to proceeding with its work all the way to Eilat, hoping to help even this desert port acquire a fresh and attractive look through the many trees which the JNF will plant there. Barren regions, such as one shown above, have lain id'.i Soi centuries, and are being made fertile today. Time Out for Health Club Continued from Page 11-D Health Club. Your health is most important." A half hcur passes. She is finished. She puts you on another table under a sun lamp. Put on the dark glasses she gives you. Fry yourself three minutes on one side, three minutes on the other. I£6 please. Massages are not included in the I £200. Now go to the showers again for a hot shower. Wash off all the grease. You arc taken to the chiropodist, a sweet E speaking man from New Z |, He removes whatever habe removed, corrects your i' toenails. massages your fei You feel a warmth throughoi tir body. 1£4. please. Two or three hours ha\ by since the moment you er red. You feel as if you have id a rich full day. And you ha %  as guest of the Abraham B former Miamians now i i he Sheraton Health Club. Te. '.viv. Our Tradition of Charity Through the Ages Continued from Page 6-D sess the noble impulse to kindlyaction and charitable thought. In additon to the provision of food ing raiment, it demands sympathetic consideration for the feelings of the needy, patience with their shortcomings, forbearance with their faults, as well as tactful provisions for the wants of those who are too semitive to accept charity. BILL AUSTIN FORD. Inc. HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOI SERVICE "W£ APPKtCIAlt DOING BUSINESS WITH T0U" 3801 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone NE 5-0311 OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES SPECTOR and SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS In a word 'rachmones' The Talmud states bluntly: uyone devoid of 'rachmones' and human fellow-feeling with suffer ?: %  -, is not a descendant of Abraham." The Jew nas sintered so much hurt, has endured so man; njustices, experienced so cor MelJ the miseries of life that v y for the poor and the humtli.v become a second nature In his long, agonized wan he has seen at close r so many men of all races and oi all countries, different • where and everywhere ;ili that he had understood and in the flesh of his flesh r is one and God is one. To be a good Jew meat' > inderstand the concept ot kah,' to fullheartedly SU| 1 it ( 575 S.W. 22nd Avenue Phone FR 91365 GREETINGS HANER'S Custom Engine Repair MARINE & AUTOMOTIVE CONVERSIONSINSTALLATIONS OVERHAUL & TUNE UP 3745 SHIPPING AVE. Ph. 443-5008 Greetings to Ail — LABRIE MFG. CO INC. ROLLING DOOR and TRACK HARDWARE NE 4-6265 3525 NW 50th STREET TO ALL GREETINGS FENIM0RE APARTMENT HOTEL 1200 IIKU0 AVENUE PHONE JE MM Best Wishes for the Holiday Season DICK RICHMOND Fine Men's Clothes 201 E. Flogler Street Miami 300 Miracle Mile Coral Gables



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n J the 0(/< ornan s 1UoM A by ISABEL GROVE Near the end of a globe-circling trip, Louis and Diddy Graham, of the Graham Woolen Mills, Leeas, Engiana, are spenai g the holidays with relatives here They're houseguests of cousin Ann Teich, who was born in Leeds, aiid her husband Israel, b.>th eagger to return the hospitality shown to them on a visit to the Grahams in England several years ago They'll attend a large family Seder at the home of Ann's son. attorney Robert and Middy Frank. 2220 No. Bay rd., and also be entertained by Ann's two daughters and their husbands, Edythe ana Jules Freeman, of So. Miami, and Gloria and Bertram Kfares The Grahams are related to Ix>rd Barnet Janner, of the British Parliament, recently knighted by Queen Elizabeth, and Rabbi Israel E.'odie, Chief Rabbi ot Great Britain and Ireland. Attractive Sandy Shapiro has done it again Wen the Bayshore Women's Golf Association Club Championship Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shapiro, talented Sandy is only weeks away irom graduation at the University of Miami and a June wedding to Maurice Friedland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Friedland, of Coral Gables. 9 Delightful bon voyage luncheon given for Pauline (Mrs. Nat) Sater by her many devoted friends last Thursday at the Barcelona hotel ... All made a big fuss over the first time voyager who was sporting one of the many fashionable outfits she will be taking with her to Europe Pristine white sleeveless sheath with rope belt and elegant white sweater with reembroidered purple flowers Also accepted congratulations on new grandchild, Natalie, born recently to Barbara (nee Sater) and Marvin Haven Among the well wishers, Pauline's three charming sisters-in-law, Marcelle (Mrs. Donald) Kaplan, Gladys (Mrs. Raipli) Kaplan, and Mary Hose (Mrs. Sherman) Kaplan Leaving on May 2 from New York on the Queen Mary, itinerary for the tour covers France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Holland, England and back home on the New France, June 20. Pre holiday luncheon at the Fountainebleau hotel last Wednesday Intimate candlelit table in pink and white with hostess Adrea (Mrs. Harold) Soglovitz gracing the head Her attractive silk floral print, splashed with red roses, had narrow snaps and matching stole. ... A party at the Deauville hotel recently to celebrate the Sweet Sixteen birthday of Ronna Linn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schutzman, of 430 N. Shore dr. Ronna is a sophomore at Miami Beach High. i Home for the holidays, Betsy Ellen JJflffiB, freshman at Emerson in Boston, and sister Janet, who will graduate in June trcin Lesley College in Cambridge Both alumnae ol Miami Beach High! thevre daughters ol Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen, of 675 Fairway dr., where they'll join youngest sister, Nancy 14, Queen of this year's ninth grade at Nautilus Junior High Wonderful news from Johns Hopkins University received by Alan Shevach during his vacation here ... He has been elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha chapter. Maryland ... He has also jusi received a gram trom tm. psychiatric envision ol biate University of New York Medical College to do original research m a project this summer Alan and his fiancee, Elizabeth Wetzler, are houseguests of his mother, Mrs. Helen Shevach One small disappointment, Eileen, his sister, whose spring holiday break came early had returned to Graham-Eekes Prep *cnooi in I'alm Beach two oays earner. Here from Orlando for the Alpha Omega dental fraternity convention at the Deauvuie notei, Dr. Merrill mannish and wire, Jacqueline, visiting with his sister and brother-in-law, A.an>..e a,.d -\lbert bommtrs. • Vying with spring llowcrs for color and brightness, the guests at the installation luncheon ol the Women's Cancer League ol Miami Beach last Friday at the Seville were a gay and attractive group Incoming preside.it, Mrs. Frances Linn, lovely in a silk -h-ath with soft p.nk carnations sprinkled on a white background and a flowered buoble with nose veil set squarely on her blonu hair Elegant acqua brocade two-piecer, four-button jacket over a slim flock lor Mrs. Abe Schonleld, immediate past president Completed it with white posies on a large brimmed chapeau. Installing Office, gay -Mrs. Paul Bromberg, who presented oevtr and witty vignettes ... rhyme for the ^W,^Pj pink party frock with wasp waist, twirls skirt, and turn back collai oi lace and pearls ... ___. ,„ >,„ Just back from a trip to Washington where she MttolN with her son, Dr. Gordon Gerson. on his birthday, Mrs. Lthel Gerson. chairman ol the day, in her favorite color, deep &•*£ >hirlwaislcr and white pillbox Also at the head table Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, president oi the Auxiliary lor the Damon Kunyon Fund, in a b.g-city, siren black with deep Hinged bodice and contrasting frosty 8 while draped high peaked cloche >**&* Rivero and Mojena costume of turquo.se pesante silk for lightha.red Mrs. Sidney Ohrbach Featured a cropped jacket with large front bow and matching pillbox ... Svelte Mrs. Micky Kraus, founding president of the group in a stunning cherry red silk suit and petaled sa.lor in pearly white Yellow for Mrs. Joseph Segal Silk ensemble with long jacket and veiled matching half hat Yellow linen the,choice of Mrs Charles Gertler, with sunburst pleats at the neckline and whiltexuired straw halo hat Interesting Mondrran print m yellow and green for the loose-f.tt.ng sleeveless jacket of Mrs. Jerome Rado's outfit designed with stem slim sheath of moss ^Mrs Leon Manheimer in multi-colored silk print with orange predominating and matched in bag and shoes .. Many chose white, all individual, all charming Mrs. Jerome Su^rrnw linen topped with matching mohair sweater trimmedm deepink flowers .. Blue and tangerine piping and be accenting Mrs Robert Grossman's sheath, and the delicate jeHow smockmg on the bodies of Mrs. Irving Rubin's silk matched by hex-shoe Mrs. Nat Waldman's slim boucle with front buttons from neckline to hem, was a mixture of blue and white and Mrs R S. Levy highlighted her white with insert of yellow dicky and belt Hot pink pleated sheath for Mrs. Harriet Gross, and slim Mrs Martin Wexler chose a royal blue ensemble with print bodice and jacket lined in the same print, with big blooms of frosty organza on her bonnet. "dfewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, April 20, 1962 Section 2 Congratulating Mrs. Elise A. Adams upon receiving the Woman of Valor Award are Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, chairman of the "Bond With Israel" luncheon held last Thursday at the Doral Country Club, and motion picture and theater star John Payne. The luncheon was held under the auspices of the Women's Division of the Israel Bond organization as a tribute to Mrs. Adams for her service to the State of Israel. Gaiety combined with serious purpose was the keynote of the Bond With Israel luncheon last Thursday at the Doral Country Club. Enjoying the occasion are (from left)) Mrs. Max Weitz. Mrs. Brad Sherman, former Miss Israel, and Mrs. Sam Luby. Participants at the Bond With Israel luncheon last Thursday at Doral Country Club in honor of Mrs. Elise A. Adams include (from left) Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Judith Beilin. noted Israeli woman diplomat, and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton. Brandeis Group Oneg, Shabbat Brandcis Hadassah group will h:>ld its final Oneg Shabbat of the season on Saturday, 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Philip Thau, president, 946 Bay dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, leader of the Bible study sessions this year, will continue her discussion on the Book of Jeremiah. A graduate of New York University, Mrs. Jacobson, who has led Hadassah's education program in this area for the past nine years. i( ceived special training at a Bible study institute given by the World Bible Society in Stamford, Conn. Women's Israel Bond Luncheon Attracts 600 Faith, the kind of faith tha: enabled the people of Israel to conquer hosts of enemies in attaining her independence, was demonstrated by the women of Miami, last Thursday, at the "Bonds With Israel" luncheon as they purchased a record total of S473.500 in Israel Bonds in honor of Mrs. Elise A. Adams. The sum was the largest amount purchased at a Women's Division luncheon since the inception of the Israel Bond program, it was an nounced by Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Max Weitz. toastmaster. The comparison was made by Mrs. Judith Beilin, one of Israel's foremost diplomats, who came to Miami to present the Woman of Valor Award to Mrs. Adams at the luncheon at the Doral Country Club, held under the auspices of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds. Mrs. Beilin, currently serving as Israel's Consul in New York, lauded the outpouring of Israel Bond purchases "as a demonstration of the same kind of faith which made possible Israel's conquest ot its human and natural enemies in winning independence 14 years ago,'* jointing out that "it was exactly this week. 14 years ago, that Israel's armies broke through the blockade between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and opened the road for eventual victory." More than 600 women joined in the tribute to Mrs. Adams as a •humanitarian, philanthropist and devoted friend of Israel." Conducting the presentation ceremony was Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Beth Sholom and national vice chairman of the Israel Bond synagogue and temple committee. A dramatic demonstration of Mrs. Adams' contribution to many major civic, philanthropic and cultural facets of the community took pk.ee in the form of special scrolls for the 'Book of Honor" presented to her. Among the institutions joining in paying tribute to Mrs. Adams were the University of Miami medical school, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Miami Heart Institute, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Cancer Institute of Miami, Albert Einstein college of medicine, Brandeis University, Temple Both Sholom. and Rollins College. Highlight of the occasion was the presentation of Standard Bearer Awards (Israel Bar Mitzvah Trusties > to Mesdames James M. Albert. Sydney D Ansin, Max Bauer, Ruth J. Bergcr, Sam Blank, William Bornstein, Jack A. Cantor, Charles Charcowsky, Sarah Czech, A. C. Abram Fox, Ben Frankenstein, Samuel Friedland, Jessie Crossinger. Isadore Hecht, Sanford Kean, Samuel Kipnis, Harvey Lee, David J. Light, Dave Margulies, Benjamin Myers, Max Orovitz, Jack S. Popick, Maurice Revitz, Phil Revitz, Jacob Rifkin, Ira Rosen, Raymond Rubin, Louis B. Rudnik, Samuel T. Sapiro, Harry Silver, Fred Somerstein, Joseph F. Stein, Nat Waldman, Carl Weinkle and Max Weitz. Other participants in the program included Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton s-nd Mrs. Jack S. Popick, who together with Mrs. Max Weitz served as luncheon co-chairmen; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, honorary chairman of the Women's Division; Mrs. Ruth J. Berger and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Adding to the sparkle of the luncheon was a presentation of gilt diamonds from the craft guilds of Israel, to 1962 Israel Bond Sponsors who made their purchases at the luncheon and the gracious appearance of motion picture star John Payne.



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Pace 8-A legist fleric/inr Friday, April 20. 1962 WORLD FAMOUS In on the planning for next Sunday's Passover brunch to be held by the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign strategists are (left to rightl Sheldon Lelchuk, Lloyd Ruskin, Jerry Lelchuk, and David Kornblum. Dan Ruskin, chairman of the overall Miami Beach Residents Division, and Shepard Broad, honorary chairman of the Bay Harbor division, will be on hcnd at the brunch. New Scroll Will Be Dedicated Pepper Pledges Research Aid Federal legislation authored by Claude Pepper during his three terms as a U.S Senator has brought more than nine million dollars in medical research and construction into Dade county, a check of federal records by supporters of the candidate for election as a U.S. representative showed this week. The breakdown includes some 5.9 million dollars in hospital buildlug based on aid under the famous Hill-Burton Act. The Hill-Burton Act was created in the Senate Committee on Health and Education which Pepper headed during World War II. "In addition, Dade has received 118 grants for cancer research totaling $2,116,000, and 89 grants for heart research totaling SI,009,000," Pepper's supporters declared, adding: I lation supporting research in two killer diseases." "Pepper fought for and intro! Pepper pledged support of duced the first major federal legis-; tinued research progiams." the conKOSHER FOR ALL OCCASIONS ORANGE BLOSSOM BRAND Freshly-Squeezed Pure ORANGE JUICE and FRESH FRUIT SALAD Daily wholesale deliveries matle to restaurants, colic shops, cafeterias, schools, etc. Ph. FR 3-7447 for immediate delivery 2700 NW 2nd Ave. Member Florida Restaurant Assn. The dedication of a new Holy Scroll, the first in its new' build-! ing. will be held by Beth Tor;ih Congregation on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Young, of 900 We^t ave.. are endowing the Torah in honor of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Young and family, members of Beth Torah. All groups of the congregation will participate in this special service. The Morris Young family will host a reception following the ceremony. TWIX CITY GLASS CO. GUARANTEED MIRRORS STORE FRONTS fURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVERING AUTO CLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1229 • 16th Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 To Our Clients and Friends and to the Entire Jewish Community We Extend Our Best Wishes for the Passover Holidays BOULEVARD NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI 5000 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI, FLA. Member F.D.I.C. — Federal Reser.ve Systerr HAPPY PASSOVER PITMAN I'hoto Servivv 1830 NW 36th STREET NE 5-1761 3170 NE 36th STREET NE 4-6016 TO ALL GREETINGS WILLIAM "POP" WEINSTOCK FLAGLER SERVICE 579 W. FLAGLER ST. FR 1-9461 668 NW 5th ST. FR 4-9483 "Auto Service at its Best" PEPSI-COLA Announces with Pride and Pleasure KOSHER for PASSOVER PASSOVER GREETINGS COME IN AND SEE OUR HOLIDAY SPECIALS CARL'S ll\Ki:i!Y AW CONDITIONED 1360 NE 163rd STREET Phone Wl 7-4092 The Holsum Bakers Salutes KING MATZ0H' And Extends Best Wishes to the Jewish Community for a Happy Passover Holiday Write or call us for our free brochure on BAR MITZVAH CAKES • Without Obligation of Course HOLSUM BAKERS Box 957, South Miami 43, Florida or Call MO 1-3441 SEALTEST FOODS DIVISION OF NATIONAL DAIRY PRODUCTS CORP. SERVES ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS EVERY YEAR THE TRADITIONAL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nosrt liiiD HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D GRADE A MILK B Tii m rr\nn tr. zzrwtm •mown .ffi prr m XOSHEK KM PASSOVIK BTHODOX VAAD HAKAMBUTM Of IIOXI0A Ml ML. IfAAC I'll, P i nm i Certified tor Stmlteit SWEET AND SOUR CREAM FINEST CREAMED and DRY COTTAGE CHEESE ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS MADE FRESHLY AT OUR PLANT Ask your DRIVER or Phone FR 9-6501 for SERVICE



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Page 14-D vJewist Hcrkfi^r Friday. April 20 \^ 2 %  •rxz A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL JADE PAGODA RESTAURANT 8001 BISCAYNE BLVD. FEATURING BOSTON STYLED CHINESE and POLYNESIAN FOOD You Calling PL 7-9152 Ccc e Te /er Holiday Greetings BAL HARBOUR HOTEL 5 KB EGB Gen '•;10101 Collins Avenue Bal Harbour SERVING GREATER MIAMI SWIMMING Pool Troubles? Leaks Corrected • Painting, Repairs • Monthly Service Cmuaft the Beoch % Oldett totl Specio/istj ALL WORK GUARANTEED DYSART JE 1-5069 24 Hr. Service HOLIDAY GREETINGS THE BILLY BELLACK ORCHESTRA Specializing in WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS Phone Wl 7-8124 1055 N.E. 171st Terrace No. Miami Beach LANG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC. ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK PL 8-1009 PI 1-2878 Establ.shed 1939 430 N.W. 79th Street Ureeting* *• .41/ Cslizabetli ^trdi en JE 2-2383 6o7 LINCOLN RD. UN 5 3586 9592 HARDING AVL HAPPY PASSOVER FROM YOUR FULLER BRUSH MAN PI 8-2321 To All a Most Happy Passover Tartak's OPA-LOCKA DRI'GS 490 Ope-locka Blvd. Phone MU 1-3122 Israel Bonds and Our Passover Heritage By ABRAHAM FEINBERG Israel Bond President The ancient struggle for dom and human .'ignity. celebrated in the Passover DoUdi i struggle that is still very much with uII il a struggle that has aanj aspects and involves many peoples ail over the a Among the new ttmntnn basicallj striving to catch up KB thv ::• M M through %  %  development In our supo. 11 Israel ipmeat thrj-j.h the 1-rael Bond drive, we ha to ad\-=r*:e the can-uman digni of the world. In a rea. Passover is being • are r: land. Israel, in a renewed of ma>> immigration Man} ot the e scl is trie Negev. where the ancient Hebrews entered the promised land their wanderings in the Sinai peninsula Because of the new exodus :o Israel, the timetable of Israel's development must be revised to make the Negev fit for mass settlement and economic growth. Our help :s needed to irnga'e the arid regions, to build roads, to erect factories, homes and schools, to complete the new port a; Ashdod and to expand the harbor facilities at Elath All of these add up to a great and challenging adventure in pioneering Universal Mess*9 The restoration of the Negev is the essence of Israel's future It is on this sandy frontier that Israel's destiny as a homeland for the homeless will forever be inscribed Our participation The construction of 20.000 new homes with the aid of Israel Bonds represents one of the primary tasks of the Government of Israel as part of its program of absorption and integration of larae numbers of new immigrants. Above, homes are going up in Arad. one of the new development towns of the Negev. just west of the Dead Sea, a development project made possible by Israel Bond funds. through Israel Bonds is necessary to hasten the new era of settlement and development of the Negev as another vital chapter in the fulfillment of the hopes for a strong, free and economically self-reliant Israel Passover has a message for all people of goodwill Similarly, the reclamation of the Negev desert through our Israel Bond purchases has a bearing on the future not only of Israel, but of manv countries in various pans of the world where large tracts of land have lain undeveloped lor centuries In helping Israel conquer the Negev. ue can show that there is real hope for other vast undeveloped parts of the world. This will give a deeDer m


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Friday. April 20. 1962 ^Jewisti fhtrSdlain Page 3-D Floods are Gravest Danger in the Negev By E. SHEDLETZKI (Jerusalem 1 IT MAY SOUND paradoxical but it is a fact that devastating floodfi constitute the gravest danger to terming in the deserts and >emi-de>erts of the Negev. Broad wadis, dry and dreary for months and even years, suddenly fill with roaring muddy waters which soon .spill ever, tear out roots and locks, carve new zigzagging coursei for themselves and carry milliODi of tons of precious soil to ihi sea. Such floods are especially sastrous in the areas of yellow !:>ess. soil and fine sands in thi Northwestern Negev, near the rder of the Gaza Strip, whir, they eat their way right througr the cultivated fields. In %  ne villages floods have been known to menace houses and farm t-uildings. At kibbutz Kissitfim. for example, the wadi from >ear tc year drew nearer to the settlement houses until it was about to bring down its water tower The water tower was rescued by planting trees on the wadi bank.' which held the soil and pre vented the flash floods from changing their course. Such tree barriers have been put up in recent years by the Jewish National Fund in a large number of Negev settlements. But all problems have not been solved in this way. Often such groves on wadi banks quickly deteiorate into impenetrable bush, their wood cannot be used for economic purposes and even access to the fields protected by them becomes difficult This has led the Jewish National Fund to apply entirely new techniques to soil conservation and tree planting in the Negev. Heavy bulldozers, first used to level the ground, completely change the "badland topography" and close the precipitous gullies which criss-cross the area in all directions. Many Innovations Only then are protective avenues of* trees planted along the permanent water courses. At the villages Nirim. Urim. Re'im. Sa'ad and Be'eri. for example. I Regulating the flood waters in the Negev. 4,000 dunams of land were won in this way and hundreds of thousands of eucalyptus trees planted. Around the spectacular mound near Kibbutz Re'im which contains the remnants of a Canaanite fortress of the great Hykos invasion about 3,600 years ago, a eucalyptus grove of eighty dunams has been planted to tame Nahal Besor, the largest and most dangerous of the Negev wadis. In this way not only have profound changes been introduced into the landscape, but much of the flood waters which previously flowed unused into the sea are retained in the soil. Other innovations have become noticeable in tree planting methods in the Negev Region since mechanization which greatly cuts down labor costs was intrduced. Distance between trees in the Negev have been widened from roughly two to three and fivetenths yards, so that all work apart from the actual planting, such as ploughing, hoeing, weeding, opening of irrigation canals, can be carried out by tractordrawn machines. The new system makes it possible to greatly extend the shelterbelt avenues along the highways and around the fields of the Negev. These are now all being planted on the newly introduced earth-ridges and, even without watering, thrive far better than trees planted in the conventional way. It has now been discovered that the windbreak avenues, especially those of mimosa trees (long-leaved acacias) protest the Continued on Page 12-D Mr. Pumpernik sei: A Very Happy Passover to All RICHTERS JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. 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Page 14-A fJeH-isfi k>ridlii3,r Friday, April 20, 1962 Canada's Chief Assails Red Bigotry MONTREAL — (JTA) — Prime Minister John Dicfcnbaker assailed this week "trie continued harassment and appression of religious institutions"" in the Soviet Union. "Why should a powerful nation stoop to deprive its citizens of thair religion? he asked "What justification can there b.e„to.depiive Jews of matzohs for Passover?"' The Prime Minister made his remarks at a banquet at which he was presented with the Canadian, Histadrut Award. Messages honoring the Prime Minister were read from Prime Minister "David Ben-j Gurion of Israel and Mrs. Golda j Meir. Israels Foreign Minister. The Canadian Prime Minister spoke of the close ties of friendship between Canada and Israel and remarked that "as Israel Ambassador Heriog will confirm Canada and Israel have worked closely at the United Nations in the cause of world peace." Discussing the announcement of imposition of death penalties on Soviet citizens for conviction ot economic crimes, the Canadian Prime Minister said that "speculation and corruption are apparently 80 rite in some parts of the Soviet society that the authorities can find no solution but the death penalty for citizens for these offenses." DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A as one of the few successful states in this litigation. Can the profound implication of these be told in the candidates >lap of any shoulden-especially when Judge Goldman, far more judge than campaigner, speaks for the law mainly from the bench? How then shall he prevail? Only if an electorate who are heirs to his brand of justice see justice as an aspect of the dignitv and legal understanding with which Judge Goldman cloaks it— not as a campaigner's bag of tricks. In his "Judgment of the Judees, ,> a study of Psalm 82, Prof. Buber declares: "The Psalmist's concern is not with heaven but with the earth, the earth of man. and within this human world with the weak, the afflicted, the wretched and needy and the concern is that these receive justice in the face of the wicked." For, suggests Prof. Buber: "God judges the 'gods,' because in their function as judges they do not let the weak of the earth receive justice." As I see it. few are the judges among us elevated above Buber's "gods" to the stately post of wise men of justice. The political campaign inherent in our elective process discourages such men from the run Judge Goldman is, however, one. a man of Justice beyond doubt, to whom the word is an ideal and the ideal a daily application of moral law. This was. indeed, the justice of Socrates SAHARA Resort Motel 183rd ST. & Ocean CHATEAU Resort Motel 191st ST. & Ocean SAHARA: Wl 7-6551 CHATEAU: Wl 7-8621 HAPPY HOLIDAY A Most Happy Passover To All MOORE'S FURNITURE THE BEST THROUGH THE AGES 191 N.E. 40th STREET TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS Mr. & Mrs. Louis Hoberman and Daughter Barbara 9065 CARLYLE AVE. MIAMI BEACH TO MY MANY FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Robert A. Peterson TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SIDNEY KING YOUR SURFSIDE MAYOR 9081 BAY DRIVE, SURFSIDE MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Mai and Sophia Englander and Daughters NICKI DONNA PATTU? TOBIf 8060 NOREMAC AVE. MIAMI BEACH To My Many Fniends and Acquaintances MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS JAMES W. DICKEY 223 EAST FLAGLER STREET TO MY MANY FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DAN CHAPPELL 402-03 INDUSTRIAL NATIONAL BANK BLDG. n&ir in Service... GW in Convenience! At First National Bank, virtually all personal and business bankine services are located on the first floor... motor bank facilities accommodate two-way traffic and provide 12 drive-in teller windows ..and ample free parking is available in the parking garage while you do your banking. For complete banking service and maximum convenience, look to Miami's oldest bank. FREE PAINING WHILE YOU BANK • Founded ui 1902 • Complete Banking and Trust Services • Se Habla Espaftol FIRST [NATIONAL* L BANK 100 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA %  EMICI FEIIIU RttttH IUIM • MUM KHW lS"i CIIPHMIH "We Cater to Parties" Phone HI 3-4505 NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE 3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla. Italian Cuisine ft Pina Air Conditiamtd MO Seoting Capacity "PUNTY OF PARKING ROOM" GREETINGS NOLAN TRANSFER & STORAGE PROMPr SERVICE SPECIAL STORAGE RATES 572 NW 72nd ST. Call PL 9-0797 • If IT! %  •! HAVEN MANOR SANITARIUM Endowed and Incorporated — Residential and Transient — Reasonable Rates 24-Hour Nursing Cere for Convalescents-lnvalids-Aged Registered Nurse C. I. THARP, Director IMS W. GRIZZARO, Director 2629 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA Happy Passover Good Wishes to All PHIL SCHILLER, Realtor 2007 N.E. 163rd STREET Wl 5-5494 North Miami Beach, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS GENERAL BUSINESS MACHINE CO. 693 N.E. 125th Street Phone Pi 1-7597 PASSOVER GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO ALL CAL KOVENS CONSTRUCTION CORP. BEST WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER LESLIE SIMMONDS RAY SMITH



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Friday. April 20. 1962 Jenisfi FIcridRan Page 7-C A Former Catholic Crusades for Judaism By JEFFREY HART E N this country on a second American tour. Abraham Carmel is busily engaged as he travels i round the country, in writing a new book on the subject of comparative religion. It should be a (.nod one, for who is more quali1 led'to write on the subjecfoftHe world's major religions than this man who was born a Protestant, became a Catholic priest, and is today an orlhodox Jewish layman. Speaking largely before Jewish (.rnups—Hillel Foundations, Jew?h community centers and synaj. -lies — on a tour booked by the National Jewish Welfare Board Lecture Bureau, the dark-haired, ', i spectacled, fifty one year old i nglishman preaches conversion — the conversion of Jews to Ju< aism. A man who believes Judaism eeds someone to do for it what Billy C.rdham does for the Christan religion, Carmel says: "Of the live and a half million American Jews, 1 would say that at least two million don"t know they're .lews. They know nothing about Judaism, and have simply become racial Jews, with none of ihe positive traditions and moral tallies of Jewry. Jews must be \.on back to the traditions of Judaism, they must find a new commitment to the traditions of their Jaith." The story of Abraham Carmel, 'he Jew, is not a simple one; nor it it a story easy of acceptance. 1 lit the fr.cts seem to validate the belief that he is one of the chosen people only because he chose to cj'o so. The saga of his life, the story ol his revelation and conversion to Judaism, is told in an I .i:o-biography, "So Strange My lath." published in London by the MBY Foundation. Dramatic Religious Journey Born in Greenwich, London, England, in 1911 as Kenneth Charles Cox, the man who has ;dopted the name of Abraham I. ( armel became a Jew nine years ;igo. in 1953. at the age of 42. when he was officially accepted by the British Beth Din. This tep climaxed a dramatic religiOUS journey in Mr. Carmel's life GREETINGS Weaver Rexall Drug Stores 599 N W 62nd St. 744 NE 2nd Ave. 599 NW 62nd St. •701 Corel Wey 5901 NE 2nd Ave. 5725 Bird Road PL 8-9936 FR 9-9918 PL 7-1202 HI 6-7621 PL 4-3414 MO 14691 GltflTINGS BEILE'S BEAUTY SALON "leek Uti at BelleV 4087 E. 8th AVENUE HIAIEAH OX 1-8746 Air Conditioned MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, Inc Complete Abstract and Till* Insurance Serrice THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS PHIL CR0TEAU CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE and STORE FIXTURES 7000 Corel Way Phone -MO 1-4696 Rabbi Yakov R. Hilsenrath (third from right), ofBeth Judah Temple in Wildwood, N.J.. plots his iiight to Israel with help of Christian clergymen who gave him a trip to Jerusalem to attend the convention of the World Council of Synagogues from May 29 to 31. Presentation came during Brotherhood Week ceremony sponsored by the Temple's Sisterhood. because he chose to be a .lew only alter he had lelt the Catholic priesthood and had studied Buddhism. Hinduism. Mohammedism and Christian Science before he made his decision Brought up as an Anglican, he became interested in Catholicism as he sought "authority" in his religious thinking. He finally turned to Judaism after studying the writings of former Chief Rabbi Dr Hertz and Professor Klausner. When asked why, he answers: "In all ether iaiths. :hert were mediators, tut Judaism alone has a direct stream to God." Carmel was ordain* c as a Catholic priest in 1943. and first served Rome as a parish priest in the outskirts of Edinburgh. Scotland. 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Friday, April 20, 1962 *Jewlsti IfTkirffrf^m Pcae 11-3 Rabbi N. T. Y. Rilf, honorary president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Cancan, and chief rabbi of Camden, N.J., ccnveises with David and Samuel Rosner, owner-operators of the Sterling hole) in Miami Baach, where Rabbi Rift is enjoying his second week of oceanfront vacation and recuperating from a minor ailment. Concert to Honor Beach Musician A en.': t %  •• honoring Ben Yomen, whose ncv book <>i Ones Shabbat :> |u it been published, will I e sponsored by the Farband Laonisl Culti r I I lenter on Sotmrdnv i • the Hibiscus Auditorium. Par in the prem er per|formence ol these works will be Yomen, C itor irsh v -II r Te %  pli E nanu El, Michael Gibson, 'antor i i ir e< i i V at the Miami Beach Community Singers, and Margaret Yomen, narrator and accom] : B I R T H D A Z E : A son, Eliot Bennett, was born Mar. 29 to Helyne and Kenneth Treister. Fascell Says He's Ready to Meet Opportunity Age Congressman Dante B. Fasecll Wednesday ripped into "those who seek to determine the marits of one candidate or the other on the basis of whether or not they are tagged with the right political label," in a speech in South Dade county. "In this critical period of our growth, we all need to forget past prejudices, to turn from viewing issues through a glass, darkly, and to clear our hearts and minds of old, hand-me-down opinions," Fascell stated. nation, not whether or not the bill has been labeled a so-called conservattve or liberal measure." "The future of America and the Mr. and Mrs. Eddie T. Newman announce the arrival of a 7 lb. 5 o/. daughter on Tuesday at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Newman is the former Terry St. Onge, and future of Dade county is certainly" 1 '* '* < h couple 's first child. worth more than politically expedient labels," he declared. Fascell said that both the nation and the South Florida area face a period of critical importance in the coming months. "South Florida cries out for strong leadership and positive action to move us forward into the Age of Opportunity," Fascell said. **N YOMtH 'Mfitzoh Ml 1 Scheduled Temple Judea Sisterhood is sponsoring a "Matzoh Ball" on Sunday evening, Apr. 29. Included in the ceiling will be refreshments, dancine and entertainment. SEASONS GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family 2038 N. W. 27th Ave. PHONE NE 4-6554 A. C. ALLYN & CO. MEMBERS OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE ASSOCIATE) MIDWEST STOCK EXCHAN^-P %  NVESTMFNT SECURlTlFS Chicago New York Bcsion Miami Beach Federal Bidg. Lincoln RooO ol Wa&h.ngtoA.e. Miami Beach 39, Fla. JEfferson 8-4731 ro*— •VOGUST BROS Ryc £ **" ,19 the REST? "These pre-formed ideas and and opinions are dangerous if we are to weigh the problems of the hour in light of what is best for the people of South Florida and the nation," he said. "We cannot afford negative leadership in the opposite direction." he stated, and emphasized that "this negative leadership is exactly what others have offered Dade county for the past two sessions in the State Legislature." Fascell pledged himsel fto continue to provide "dynamic leaderIn an earlier weekend of inten. n jp" necessary to lead Dade counsive campaigning that took the can; v into the future with confidence didate from Miami Beach to Homean( j optimism, stead, Fascell carried his message of "dynamic leadership" to audiences ranging in number from 76 numbers of the Carpenters Union to several thousand at an alter noon all-candadate; rally in Homesli ad. Fascell told the crowds that he would "continue to approach each piece of legislation in light of whether or not it served the best mi crests of Dade county and the PROVEN LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY wfiiti Appointed to Committee Albert E. Berkeley, senior vice president of the Miami National Bank, has been appointed vice chairman of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce committee on total employment Appointment was made by Henry C. Colcman, president of the Florida State Chamber. %  *>" ft ^JUDGE GENE r-gspr" 5S0 CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD