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

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

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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WMLY
roluire 36 Number 14
Miami, Florida, Friday. April 5, 1963
Five Sections Price S1.00
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Passover Edition

Engineer Tells
Of UAR Atom
Developments
brail saw the Great Hand which the Lord laid upon the Egyptians, and the people
reel the) Lord, and believed in the Lord and in Moses His servant.From the Haggadah.
'tate Department Favors Continued
S. Foreign Assistance to Nasser
Opens
iw Branch
Jerusalem
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Department of Slate made known
this week that it favors continued American assistance to Egypt de-
late that country"* increased expenditures for arms.
.lames P. Grant. Deputy Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern Affairs, said 'The De-
partment of States does not believe
1 nited States aid contributes sig-
nificantly to the United Arab Re-
public's capacity to acquire arma-
ments nor would Withholding as-
own assets for German rocket
scientists and Soviet jet bomb-
rs.
Mr. Grant said the bulk of Amer-
ican aid was in the form of sur-
plus foodstuffs and the balance
comprised of 'development loans
MUNICH (JTA) Large,
groups of German scientists and
engineers are working on non-con-
ventional armament programs in
Egypt, thereby "violating Ger-
many's basic law" -which forbids j
postwar Germany to undertake
any actions "designed to disturb
the peace or the full coexistence
of nations or to prepare war of
aggression," a noted British journ-'
alist.'Sefton Delmer. reported here,
I'ftcr a lengthy interview with a I
German engineer who has just re-'
signed from the Egyptian projects.
The projects employ "leading
Nazis who are helping Gamal Ab-
del Nasser with a plan to liquidate
the survivors of Hitler's terror
and the State they built in Pales-
tire." Mr. Delmer stated.
The British correspondent,
who had acted in the same ca-
pacity 30 years ago when he fol-
1 lowed Hitler's career intimately.
had just interviewed an engineer
who had insisted on anonymity.
The engineer was, until two
months ago, a member of a team
of 300 German aircraft techni-
cians working in Egypt under
Hitler's ace aircraft designer.
Prof. Willy Messerschmitt.
Jet fighters which the Germans
are building for Nasser, according
to this information, are being con-
structed at two vast factory com
plexes at Helouan. on the Nile.
The planes are designed as now
erful weapons of attack, with a
Maeh-2 speed capability, the in-
formant told Mi Delmer.
Mr. Delmer revealed that the
Messerschmitt works in this coun-
try, which are producing essential
parts for the American F-104. mul-
ti-purpose fighter bombers under a
NATO contract, have also been
Continued on Page 8 A
Bistance detract appreciably from fop speejtjc development projects
tl:<-.LEM (JTA1 Despite
it. of President lzhak Ben
tt< nd. Prime Minister Dav-
:;ion participated in a
revocation here this week
tin Hebrew Union College
End Archeological School.
titatioo of its kind in Is-
Reform auspices. Mr.
refusal and that of the
: Religious Affairs, Dr.
VY&rhaftig, were announced
I
t\_'.g that he was not ex
n. :hc view of the Isreal
H chool, saying it could
[;.- center "not only for
I -. laelogists of all faiths.
tens of thousands of Jews
t-r with the Hebrew Union
.' He himself, said Mr.
r:cn, is "neither Reform
Inservative." He said he he-
ir "The tenet of Jewish sol-
j-hich demands mutual
fct (.-. the part of all Jews."
nstage was received hare
Nelson Glueck, president
tt-w Union College, from
Ce-'inued on Paqe 11-A
I hat capacity
The statement was made in a
letter to the Jewish War Vet-
erans which had raised a ques-
tion about increased American
aid to Nasser at a time when
tied to procurement in the United
States.
He made clear that the United
States was satisfied that Egypt's
arms purchases from the Soviet
Union "are acquired mainly
Egypt is spending heavily of its through sales of surplus cotton."
Israel Plan to Train Congo
Troops is Revealed at UN j
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The Republic of the Congo (Leo-
poldvillel announced here this week that Israel will form a paratroop
corps for the Congolese National Army as part of a plan for the com-
plete reorganization and retraining of all of the Congo's armed forces.
Al the same time., it became
Israel's Chief of Security
Quits Over German Issue
BONN DRAflINO NEW STATEMENT PAGE 9A
ZIONISTS IN WEAPONS RE SOLUTION PACE 10-A
JKRUSALEM (JTA) Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon, at-
tending his first Cabinet meeting in a month, this week announced to
the Cabinet that he has accepted the resignation of the chief of Israel s
security servicesan official whose name is never disclosed.
The Premier told the Cabinet
known that the Congo plan, involv
log bilateral agreements, between
the Leopoldville Government and
Italy, Norway. Canada, the United.
States. Belgium and Israel has al |
ready been laid by Secretary Gen
eral U Thant before the UN's Con-|
go Advisory Committee.
The Congo Government's an-
nouncement here confirmed re-
ports that several NATO powers
plus Israel will aid in the reor-
ganization and retraining of the
country's armed forces. The an-
nouncement stated that the plans
had been formally made public
at Leopoldville by Maj. Gen.
Joseph Mobutu, commander-in-
chie* of the Congolese Army.
Under the plan. Italy will or-
Continued on Page J-A
and. later, a special meeting of
Parliament's Security and Foreign
Affairs Committee, that the resig-
nation of the security chief was
due to the fact that the Prime
Minister did not accept the secur-
ity's chief's "pilitical evaluations"
of recent events in connection with
the revelations concerning the em-
ployment of West German scien-
tists on non-conventional projects
being conducted in Egypt. A tem-
porary chief of the Israel secur-
ity services has been named. Mr.
Ben-Gurion said.
Mr. Ben-Gurion explained that
the security chief resigned after
he was told by the Prime Min-
ister that the latter disagreed
Continued on Paoe 9-A
MRS. MYERS REELECTED A NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT
KM Adopts Near-Million Budget for '63
By Special Report
kiona] Council of Jewish Worn-
M its 70th anniversary bien-
convention in Minneapolis
24. to 28. set into motion a
"Sihool tor Community Ac-
designed to heighten the
Ish vOman's participation in
1 i .airs.
NCJW leaders described the
school as "a new kind of adult edu-
cation program," aimed at giving
dear, current, objective informa-
tion on vital national issues on
which the individual Jewish wom-
an can act."
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, of
Coral Gables, was reelected a na-
tional vice president of Council.
Mrs. Myers currently serves as
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and as
chairman of its Community
Planning Committtee.
President John F. Kennedy
singled out the new program for
commendation in a message to the
opening session of the convention
on Mar. 24. Praising the 70-year-
old education and service organi
cation for its support of "even
major social welfare program in
recent years." the President said]
he was "particularly pleased that j
you have chosen the subject of
Continued on Page 15-A
Cardinal Bea
In Plea For
Unity of Man
new YoitK (JTA) A pow-
erful and eloquent plea for the
unity of all mankind, of all races
and religions, was voiced here by
Au-ustin Cardinal Bea. president
of the Vatican's Secretariat for
Promoting Christian Unity. He is
the prelate who heads the organi-
zational work of the Ecumenical
Council, convened at the Vatican
last October by Pope John XXI11.
The eminent priest made his
plea before a distinguished gath-
ering of 400 Catholic, Protestant
nd Jewish lay and clerical per-
sonalities who tendered a dinner
for him here under the auspices
of the American Council for the
International Promotion of Unity
Under God and the International
University ol Social Sciences Pro
Deo of Rome.
The Cardinal's address was en-
dorsed in speeches by Rabbi
Abraham Joshua Herschel, pro-
fessor at the Jewish Theological
Continued on Pa.ge 16-A


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CJAppeal Launches Dialathon' Here
A series of pre-Passover holiday
pialatbons" op. behalf ultlic 1963
drive of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation began this week
with participants including board for CJA on Wednesday evening at
numbers of Federatjpn/s local the Bay Harbor Island Town Hall,
agencies in the community.
Residents of Bay Harbor Island
"fid their own appeal 'Dialathon",
with the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
The first 'Dialathon" for a trade
croup was to be held Thursday,
1:30 to 3:30 p.m., in the Fedcrt
tion Board Room for the Appare
Manufacturing group, chaired b
Harry Mizrach.
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British Nazis Train With Bombs
LONDON London
police detectives and explosive
experts completed their investiga-
tion this week into reports that
an "elite" group of British Na-
tional Socialists had been testing
bombs for use in a terror campaign
and immediately launched a hunt
ior the bombers.
Israel to Train
Congo Troops
Continued from Page 1-A
canize the Congolese air force,
Norway will train officers for a
Navy, Canada will provide tech-
nical instruction, Belgium will be
in charge of establishing and run-
ning a military school, Israel will
handle formation of a paratroop i
el corps, while the United States,
which will not participate directly
in the training program, will fur-
nish equipment.
Prime Minister Adoula of the
Congo, said Mr. Thant, has appar-
ently "had the assurances" that
the countries he has approached,
"will provide the assistance re-
quired" and that "the financial re-
>possibility for the costs of that
assistance rests entirely with the
assisting country." Thus, it was
seen here, Israel will pay the costs
involved in the establishment and
training of a paratrooper corps
for the Congo Army. The train-
ing of the Congolese paratroop-
ers, it was indicated by Gen Mo-
butu, will be done in Israel.
A Senior Police official Mid:
"II these explosives are what we j
think they are, they could cause ]
catastrophe in an enclosed space
and in a crowded room, they 1
could kill."
The Daily Mail had reported,
previously that one of its report-,
er's watched nine of the neo-Nazis
in a forest hideout in Britain cele-i
brate the 30th anniversary of the,
seizure of power by Hitler with I
ceremonies that included a series'
of bomb tests.
Colin Jordan, the leader of the
small but violently anti-Semitic
group, is in jail on two terms in-
volving incitement against Jews
and violation of the British Public
Order Act.
Leaders of the Bay Harbor CJA
drive joined their Island neighbors
"in the reaffirmation of Passover
as a time of redemption of the
Jewish people at home and abroad
through 57 agencies of the Great-
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the Jewish Vocational Service,
headed by president, Barney j
Bernstein, vice president, Mrs.
Gerald Soltz, and treasurer,
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Bloomberg, Albert Quadow, Dr.
Alan Jackson, Mrs. Sam Stark, .
Stuart Rothschild, Sidney Efron-
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executive director of JVS,
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Dialathon was held Wednesday i
by the board of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center; Thurs
day, the. board of the Bureau of l
Jewish Education; and on Thurs-:
day, Apr. 11. the board of Jewish
Family and Children's Service will
do similar telephone duty.
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First Mortgage Loans.................... 163,307,045.06
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock............ 2,275,000.00
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PASSOVER
5723 ...
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Page 5rA
Could there be a better way to count your
blessings and enjoy your Seder with your fam-
ily and friends than to remember Combined
Jewish Appeal and Federation who make this
modern exodus possible, and at the same time
help to better the Jives of 25,000 friends and
neighbors in Greater Miami?
This Passover help to redeem and rescue
Jewish men, women and children at home
and abroad through Federation and Combined
Jewish Appeal.
SIDNEY LEFCOURT, President
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
ERNEST JANIS SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
1963 CJA Co-Chairmen
TODAY as it did 4,000 years
ago EXODUS means survival to
vast numbers of Jews overseas ...
Jews living in spiritual bondage
... in poverty ... in fear and in
distress. They dream of leaving
jjftaces where they are for Israel,
this country and other lands.
.......
You can make this dream of
Exodus come true for them as you
have for 1,500,000 other Jews
through the United Jewish Appeal.
You can make Passover 5723
truly a Festival of Freedom for
thousands who yearn for the
miracle of deliverance.
Do it, by your generous support
of this year's 25th Anniversary
campaigns of the United Jewish
Appeal in your community.
Give to the UJA regular cam-
paign. Then give a great extra
gift to UJA's Special Fund for
New Immigrants. Give today.

We've Saved 3,000,000 lives Let's save more
25th Anniversary Year Campaign
c@ united Jewish Appeal
$36,000,000 SPECIAL FUND in addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN
In behalf Of: UNITED ISRAEL APPEAL, JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE. NEW Y0K ASSOCIATION FOR NEW AMERICANS AND UNITED HIAS SERVICE.
GIVE NOW-HELP NOW
In Israel-Help 308,000 immigrants, new and old.
Help bring in this year's thousands give them
initial aid ... build 16,000 housing units.
Help unabsorbed immigrants of previous years:
130,000 immigrant farm settlers still struggling, just
short of economic independence (23,000 can make
H this year, if UJA's goal is met).
51,000 aged and handicapped immigrants yearning
for renewed usefulness.
33.000 young people in need of vocational and'
youth training help.
Outside Israel-Sustain 267,000 men, women and
children including:
In Europe, Moslem lends-Help thousands on the
move and other thousands waiting their turn .
with transportation and reception aid, food, shelter,
medical care and training 258,000 in all.
In USA, other lands Aid and resettle 9,000
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Newly-elected officers of the Young Adult Group of the Miami
YMHA are (front row) Joyce Buchwald. second vice president
i left); and Manny Palgon, president (right). Rear row (left to
right) are Carol Gershenoff, recording secretary; Sid Gersh,
:ir*t vice president; Susan Dardick, financial secretary; Eileen
Giiard, corresponding secretary. Not shown is Harold Bern-
stein, treasurer.
Young Adults Elect Officers
Younn Adult Group of the Mi-1
ami YMHA announces the elec-
tion of officers and members of
the lward for the coming year.
Elected were Manny Palgon.
president; Sid Gersh. first vice
president; Joyce Buchwald, sec-
ond vice president; Carl Gershen-
off. recording secretary; Eileen.
Girard, corresponding secretary;
Harold Bernstein, treasurer; and
Susan Dardick. financial secre-
ts, ry.
Elected to the board were Shel-
by Friedland, Sue Rosenberg.:
Diane Tauber, Jack Kotkin, Jerry
Cohen and Ruth Garrett.
Young Adult Group is open to:
ail men and women 18 to 30 years
of age. Regular meetings are
hold on Wednesday evenings, 8:30
p.m., at the Miami YMHA, 450'
SW 16th Avc.
The group also announced its.
program for the remainder of the
month. On Apr. 10, there will be
n special holiday music program
for Passover. On Apr. 17. there
\> ill be a dance exhibition and in-
struction, with a special program
planned.
On Apr. 24, the club is planning
an athletic program in the gym ol
I he Miami "Y."
United Fund Tour
Second in a scries of "Come and
See" tours designed for Miami
Beach United Fund campaign lead-
ers will be held on Tuesday, Apr.
23. Mrs. .lames Rawlings is chair-
man of the tours committee. Vol-
unteers will meet at the Beach
campaign office, 541 Lincoln Rd..
at 9 a.m.
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Bonn Drafting New Word on Egypt
BONN (JTA) The spreading controversy over reported work
|by West German scientists on advanced weapons systems in Egypt
(purred the West German Cabinet to hold a special meeting on the
Issue this week and brought a report that Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
[would shortly make his first statement on the issue. The draft of such:
Li statement was understood to have been discussed at the Cabinet;
pn eating.
A statement issued after the
|C';ibinet meeting spelled out the
o\ernment's position which in ef-
ft-ct was that it had always follow-
ed a policy of urging its nationals
tc come home if they were work-
i: 1 politically-tense areas and
doing anything
such tensions.
likely to increase
The statement also said that
the Government would look fur-
ther into the reports and if it was
Israel's Chief of Security
Quits Over German Issue
Continued from Page 'A
'with his "political assessment."
Voicing his high esteem of the
security chief's past services, the
Premier praised the high official
for "excellent work done to-
gether during the years." The
Cabinet's approval of the resig-
nation was not necessary, since .
the post is within the jurisdic- I
tion of the Premier's office.
Al the Cabinet session. Mr. Ben-
,i.i ion reviewed the issue of the
i< nan scientists employed by
Egypt ;is w.ell as the question of
pu lishing further details on this
i: matter. A spokesman for'
IIk Cabinet said after the meet
ji that Mr. Ben-Gurion had re-
jrated that he stands behind all
Id ions taken until now as well as
behind the statements on the is-
Bin made until now by the For-
fi.ii Ministry.
The latter assertion was under-j
Blond to constitute additional re-
futation of earlier intimations that j
foreign Minister Golda Meir
|niiuht resign. Rumors of differ-
ences inside the Government, over
ihc policy to be followed in the
se of the German scientists at
work in Egypt, have persiste-.l
here during the weekend. It was
alleged that Mr. Ben-Gurion had
transmitted to the Cabinet his dis-
I satisfaction over the "dangerous"
j turn in Israeli policy from anti-
| Egyptian to anti-German.
A communique issued by the
j Premier's office today stressed
I that Mrs. Meir's statement on
1 the German scientists issue in
Parliament last week had been
fully approved beforehand by
the Premier and that there was
no foundation for reports about
a split in opinion between Mr.
Ben-Gurion and Mrs. Meir.
Mr. Ben-Gurion's statement, sup-
porting Mrs. Meir's stand, was
thought necessary in view of the
fact that he was on leave when
the entire issue became public.
He remained on leave during a de-
bate on the issue in Parliament
and during two Cabinet meetings
where the matter was discussed.
true that West German stien-
ttes and technicians were work-
ing on internationally-banned
atomic, bacteriological and chem-
ical weaponsas was charged .
by Israelthen the Government
condemned such work. How-
ever, the statement added, the '
Government had no evidence ;
that the charges were true.
The Bonn Govenment mean- \
while stuck to its figure of "about
ten" as the number of West Ger-
man Scientists of academic status
working on rockets in Egypt. A
Government spokesman was un-
able to give any casesother than
that of Dr. Eugene Sacnger, who
was induced to return from Egypt
in 1961to support the Cabinet
statement that efforts were being
made to induce some of the other
scientists and technicians to do
likewise.
Also uncertain was just what
steps the Bonn Government might
take to speed that process, al-
though some steps were reported
to have been discussed at the Cab-
in'et meeting. Previously, a
spokesman had taken the position
that there was nothing 'hat could
be done about nations engaged in
work on private contracts for oth-
er governments.
Israel's vigorous protest, placed.
with the Bonn Foreign Ministry, |
aroused widespread reactions in
West Germany, producing front,
page comments by many leading1
West German newspapers.
A typical comment was that of
the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zei-
tung which said that Germans
could not ignore the fact that
( because of Nazi crimes, "a spec-
ial relationship" existed between
Germany and Israel. The West
German Government, the paper
added, "should do all in its pow-
er to persuade the German spec-
ialists to return home."
The Dusselilorf Nachrichten.Si.Kl
that the "motive for such work by
West German scientists was mone-
tary and only in exceptional cases
is Jew hatred the actual motive."
But it argued that Hitler's crimes
should prevent Germans "from
going to the hot bed of the Middle
East."
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Page 11-A
special Ceremony Will Honor Purchasers
Of Israel Bonds Issued in May. 1951
presented hire for the first time
anywhere.
Another highlight of the oc-
casion will be the presentation of
ihe Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Med-
allion of Honor to .Mrs. Carl
A special ceremony spotlighting toric redemption of Israel through i Weinklc "for service to humanitv
purchased Israel j participation in the 1963 Israel! and the State of Israel." Mrs.
Weinkle has been selected to be
the first recipient of this newly-
instituted award. The presenta-
tion will be made by Elliott Roose-
velt, second son of the late First
Lady, and other members of the
persons
who
'ionds when they were first issued .
n 1951 will be a highlight of the; Bond ctfort ln our community."
srael Independence Day dinner to j Coming to Miami especially for
le held Sunday, Apr. 28, at the' the Independence Day dinner or
Fontainebleau Hotel under au-1 Apr. 28 will be the noted folk hum-
apices of the Greater Miami Is-jorist Sam Levenson. bringing
[Combined YMHA Branch board will be installed at a single
ceremony Sunday night at Miami Sprinas Villas. Shown
planning for the event are (left to right) A. Budd Cutler, presi-
dent, and installing officer, Mrs. George A. Simon, who will
conduct the invocation and benediction, and Stanley Spieler,
I dinner chairman.
lewish Community Center Branches Will
Install New Officers Sunday Evening
V wiy-elected officers and board PTA of the Southwest YMHA
numbers of the branches of the Branch will also be present for
renter Miami Jewish Community, this occasion.
nter will be installed at a din-[ Parents ot the nursery school
this
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Hit dance
Mian Spring-
eal Bond Organization.
Samuel Friedland, Israel Bond
chairman, noted that the Israel
Independence Day dinner will ecle-
irate Israel's 15th anniversary as i
i free nation and the beginning of!
he redemption of the first Israel i
Bonds.
To mark the event, Founder In-
vestor Certificates will be present-;
;d to bondholders ct 1951. "Those
neriting this distinction are being
isked by the Israel Bond Organi-
zation to make themselves known
sc that they may be accorded due |
recogntion," Friedland said Wed-
nesday.
"It is most significant that in
her fifteenth anniversary year
Israel will start to redeem the
first Israel Bonds issued twelve
years ago. The people of Israel
are once again proving that they
can and do make good on their
financial obligations," added
Friedland.
I
"The redemption of the first
bonds provides inspiring evidence
of Israel's economic growth and
stability I know that this will be
encouraging to those who wish to
identify themselves with the his-
specially-prepared program to be'Roosevelt family.
Hebrew Union College
Opens Branch in Jerusalem
Continued from Page 1-A
President Kennedy, who hailed
the establishment of lh scho>i
as "laudable act cf con'Herce
in the international in psriance
of scholarship and a.-i eloquent
expression cf support An ci cans
are willing to g.'.c it."
Anioiv,; tin guests at the convo-
cation was U.S. Aniuas-ador ttal-
v.orth Barbour, who announced an
American Government grant of
S213.000 to assist the operation of
the school during its first year.
The funds will also aid three re
search scholars at the school as
well as 23 participants in this
summer's Institute for Near East-
ern Civilization.
Outlining .the a.ms of the school,
Dr. Glucck said in his address
i that the institution will be open
lo scientists of all faiths, ano
serve as a base for H.U.C. pro-
fc sois who will come here to con
ui i year-long seminars for stu
;''erts from American colleges. It
w II also, he -aid. serve America!
institutes engaged in research con
ected with the Middle East. Re-
fcirii.g to the Relorm chapel which
is pan Bald it has not hcen organized
lor the general community here
and is not aimed at any specific
segment ot Israel's population
JWV Auxiliary to Meet
Mrs. Sol Spielberg, president.
will conduct a regular meeting of
the Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary. 677. on Wednesday evening
at the Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.. 1234 Washington Ave.
Sunday night at |
Villas. Stanley!
Spii ler will serve as chairman of
the evening, and installing officer
ill be A. Budd Cutler, Center
president.
The evening will open with a re-
ception at 6:30 p.m.. and dinner
|\iil! be served u: 7:15 p.m. Music
rill be provided tor dinner and
in;:. Mr- George A. Simon
ill deliver the invocation and
11 ei ediction.
v imi YMHA Branch board of
I 11 are president, Herschel Ros-
ii; honor.r.-;. president, Stan-
|l<\ Spieler; secretary. Mrs. Nath
Cynamon; vice presidents.
[Maxwell Waas and Dr. Emanuel
(Pushkin.
Board members are Mrs. Rich-
ard Alper, Dr. and Mrs Jack
Amazon, Mrs. Martin Belle, Abra-
ham Berrin. Mrs. Leslie Blum-
berg, Jrwin Christie, Marvin Gil- j
man, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gor-
'in. Mrs. Herschel Leschel, San-
dj Marshall. Mrs. Sol Nabutovsky.
Mrs Herschel Rosenthal. Dr. Mar-
tin Kosenthal. Mr. and Mrs..George
A Simon. Mrs Stanley Spicier,
Arthur Stem. Mrs. Maxwell Waas,
Linus G. Wechsler and Mrs. Mar-
tin White.
Newly-elected leadership at the
orth County YMHA- Branch in
ludes president, Donald Reiff;
onorary past president. Irving
lenmark; vice presidents, Aaron
old, Harold Greene and Michael
ilmori; secretary. Mrs. Howard
{renter.
Board members are Mrs. Stan-
ley Cohen, Robert Collins, Mrs.
living Denmark, Herbert Essey.,
Mrs Jack Fain, Dr. Gustave
Fistel, Mrs. Harold Greene, Bcr
"ard Kaplan, Ed Kaufman, Mrs.
Earl Lipnick. Phillip Malspeis.
Robert Perles.s, Mrs. Donald Reiff.
Mrs Stanley Roberts, James Rod-,
cnberr;, Benjamin Salk, Mrs. Mich-
ael Salmon, Mr. and Mrs. Mel
pkrago, Mrs. Gerard Uhler, Mrs. I
Seymour Wang, Charles Weissman,
Walter Wolach. Bernard Yedlin
and Mrs. Robert Yonover.
Nomination and election have
pot as yet been completed at the
Miami Beach Branch, but the fol-
lowing board members have thus
*ar been nominated: Marshall
Berkson, Mrs. Leon Epstein. Mrs.
Norman Giller. Dr. and Mrs. Solo-
mon Kann, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
sman. Solomon Llchter, Dr.
'Mid Michnoff, Harry Raskin.
* and Mrs. Joseph Ross.
&I9C.J H lO'iHO'd Co.
The Great Yiddish Journalist
When Abraham Cahan died in 1951 at the
age of ninety-one, it marked the end of an
era in the history of Jewish life in the United
States. Today, with Jewish immigration a
mere trickle, Cahan's stories about Jewish
life on the East Side of New York may be
read with antiquary relish. Hut at the turn
of the century.Cahan was a trail blazer in
interpreting-Jewish life to America.
Cahan's two great passions were the
labor movement and literature. The former
made him a lifelong opponent of commu-
nism. It also caused him to devote himself
to the organization of the most underpriv-
ileged group among Jewish immigrants
the sweatshop workers. The latter made
him the foremost Jewish journalist in the
United States. As editor of the Forward,
Cahah built it into the largest foreign lan-
guage newspaper in the country. To com-
municate with the Jewish people, Cahan
used the Yiddish language. But he was a
skillful writer in English as well, selling
stories and articles to the Atlantic Mont lib/,
Scribner'8, Harper's and other publica-
tions. Through his work America came to
know about the life of the Jewish immi-
grant. And through his journalism in the
Forward, the Jewish immigrant came to
know about American life.
Cahan wrote a "History of the United
States" in Yiddish to educate his Jewish
readers. And he wrote what is still perhaps
the best known novel of immigrant life on
the East Side, "The Rise of David Levin-
sky," in English to inform the American
public As a mediator between two cul-
tures, Cahan infused the one with the
other, helping to create, in a manner of
speaking, a Jewish-American culture.
First with the Finest Cigarettes
through Lorillard research


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Friday, April 5. 193 |j
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Zionists Defend Celebration Charge
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridiin:
In the Mar. 29 Iteue of your
paper, a letter signed hy Mayshie
Friedberg bemoans the fact that
the Zioni.-t Council of South Flor-
ida was setting admission charges
for the lath anniversary celebrat-
ing the establishment of the State
01 Israel
li<' also generously offered to
contribute the first $25 toward de-
fraying i oT the event and
ited the "many philanthropic
individuals"
balance.
to underwrite
Q
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(Beauville
piece nte j>|,
I RICHARD CfX
TUCKER ^|
World's Greatest Tenor and Cantor a"a1kaim ^S
CONDUCTING THE TRADITIONAL
pAssoveR
seOeRS
With a symphonic choir ol 20
/olees under the leadership of ALAN CHESTER I
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
RABB.' TIBOR H. STERN
FIRST SEDER-APRIL 8-7 p.m.
S2 PluxTax
SECOND SEDER-APRIL 9-7 p.m.
$15 PloxTox
phone UN 5-8511
(Catering Dept.)
How naive can an "old cam-
paigner" get? The auditorium
rent and participation comes
high, as do the stage hands, elec-
tricians, box-office help, ticket-
takers, ushers, rental of concert
grand piano, plane transporta-
tion for out-of-town dignitaries,
hotel bills, printing, advertising,
newspaper ads, artists' fees, of-
fice help, mimeographing, meet-
ing rooms, ad infinitum.
Nevertheless, admission scale
provides for 1.500 seats ;it SI.50
each, which should take care of
those interested people who are
not so blessed with "worldly
goods."
I call to mind the ioth anniver-
sary celebration at the Bay front
Park Auditorium. No admission
was charged, and a near riot oc-
curred. The event was scheduled
for 8:30 p.m., and the mobs storm-
ed the entrance doors at 6:30 p.m..
with the result that thousands of
people were turned away and doz-
ens of people invited to partici-
pate neve got near the place.
Friedberg makes his point about
the heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto,
which I suspect inspired the let-
ter. It certainly will not go un-
mentioned in the program.
While it is true that "the best
things in life are free." it does
not include high-level, dignified
and memorable concert events
such as planned for Saturday even-
, ing. Apr. 20. at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
A. ARTHUR PEKELNER,
Chairman of the Celebrba-
tion Committee
ET, MIAMI BEACH
TRADITIONALLY KOSHFR
Passover Seders
Catered By
HARFENIST
Di Lido Hotel
APRIL 8th and 9th
Conducted by the Eminent CANTOR
M0RDECAI YARDEINI
WITH CHOIR
ALSO TWO SEDERS IN
HARFENIST RESTAURANT
1381 WASHINGTON AVENU
Miami Beach, Florida
M
POPULAR CANTO* AND CHOIR
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL
JE 8-2055 & JE 8-2058
CANTOR YARDEINI
WitKLY KtStKVATIONS AT HAtflNIST
TWO SEDERS AND 6 DINNERS ALL FOR S40.00
Sid Caesar
Endows Chapel
YON'KERS (JTAt Sid Caes-
ar, Broadway and television star,
announced here that he was do-
nating a $5,000 chapel to the syna-
gogue where he attended Hebrew
school and obtained his confirma-
tion. Congregation Agudas Achim.
He requested that the chapel, to
be part of a new school wing, be
named after his late parents.
Mr. Caesar attended the syna-
gogue's dedication s e r v i c e B,
Launching its new $100,000 build-
ing and modernization program.
He came here from his home in
Long Island with his wile and two
I children. He was awarded an hon-
orary life membership in the con-
gregation.
*Mui
t)R. lRViNQ LebRMAN
and
Cantor Hirsh Adler
i, ,'.?r flif diKficrx of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTERHOOD
\A/>

HOTEL
bntainebleau
ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET
TRADITIONAL
setieKi
SERVICES
conducted by
BALLROOM
APRIL 8 and 9, 1963
$17.50 per person
Rest -i ni
Banquet Dept.
JE 8-8811
Yoa r eordlallT Invited U attend
Family SEDER Services
In th. Surllt* IUm of the
SHELBORNE HOTEL
April 3th 6:30 P.ftL
Service! Will Be Conducted By
CANTOR
EMANUEL MANDELL
Reservation: S3 per person
R.S.V.P. Tax & Tip Included
For rwtm-.lonf, cll "nu Bsblni
j. je i-un
:*l
STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant
(20th CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under Same M. nigemerl
"I.HK.-T \\'I' i:i;.-T KXttWN I'MKV KKSTAI R.\>
SERVING STRICTLY PASSOVER FOODS
BREAKFAST LUNCH
TpV 841 Washington Ave.
DINNERS
JE 1-9182 )f
The Royal Hungarian -.cs Restaurant
731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401
OFFERS A NEW SERVICE TO THE COMMUNIY.
COMPLETE SEDER DINNERS
WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS
To Take Out $4 Per Person
All orders must be in by Sunday morning.
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
rOXTIXEKTAL
wa CATERERS
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI
Wish All Their
Friends and Patrons
a Happy and
Kosher Pesach
' KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1671
Serving Passover Meals During Entire Week
\ MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
PROMENADE
HOTEL
DINING ROOM
PASSOVER SEDER
Per Person Per Seder
CANTOR
REVEREND ISRAEL
OFFICIATING
RESERVATIONS:
JE 8-5721-Mrs. Kleinberg
{^rustctl #Vt
ryta
OF THE
com
Lombardy Hotel
Reservations Now Being Accepted for
9-Day Period 3 Meals Daily.
Vn4*T Strict Rabbimicmf Supervision
SPECIAL RATES FOR
FAMILY RESERVATIONS
Cantor Julius Rosenstein
WILL OFFICIATE AT SEDERS
SAND-ELL" CATERERS
fZXS UN 6-77*1
PASSOVER SEDER DINNER
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI AND CANTOR
SANFORD SELTZER
THE REGiONAL DIRECTOR
OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
FOR RES
Singapore
96th and COLLINS
MIAMI BEACH
SERVED IN THE
BEAUTIFUL MALAYAN ROOM
APRIL 8*, 6:45 PM
10 COURSE DINNER
SERVED WITH WINE
$8.50
ERVATIONS CALL
Resort Mote!
UN 5-9931 or
Wl 7-1481


Friday, April 5. 1963
fJewisti Fk>rictta/n
Page 13-A

Judea Student
Wins Florida
Bible Contest ...
Winners of the Florida district
of the National Bible Contest were
this week announced by Joseph
Cohen, president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
First winner was Carole Joy
Goldberg, of Temple Judea; sec-
ond, Joseph Rubin, B'nai Israel,
Clearuater, Fla.; third, Judith
j Ann Cohen, the Bureau's Hebrew
| High and Beth David Congrega-
tion; fourth, Stanley Emanuel Bil-
| sker, Hebrew High and Beth Dav-
id Congregation; and fifth, Daniel
Margulis, Temple Israel.
Winners of the regional contest
will participate in the national
! contest in New York City on Sun-
1 day. May 5. First prize in the
I national contest is a round-trip to
i the State of Israel.
|ELECT

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Martin Rittenhouse
YOUR CORAL GABLES
CITY COMMISSIONER
VOTE APRIL 9
Rittenhouse Platform
* 1. Decide first what is good for Coral Gables.
* 2. Fight encroachments by county and federal *
Governments.
if.
* 4. Fight taxing at all levels of government.
ureau to View New Program
Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky (left), internationally-known Bible
i holar, who discussed the new translation of the Bible before
Hebrew teachers seminar sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
BQ Education at Temple Beth Am, is shown with Louis
hwartzman, executive director of the Bureau.
Third Seder
At Miami T
The annual Third Seder spon-
sored by the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club of the Miami YMIIA
"ill be held on Saturday. Apr.
13, 7 p.m., ;it the "Y" auditorium.
450 SW lGili Ave.
The Seder will be conducted by
Samuel Sherman, assisted by the
itional committees of all lined, effective for two years, with cl,'"';i1 Sfoup of the Golden Age
ish schools will be called to- ;, special certificate of accredita- Friendship club, and is open to
er by the Bureau of Jewish tion to be issued to qualified]"8'1 men antl uoiru'n M years and
ucation to discuss a new pro- schools. older.
am of accreditation of Jewish Reservations may be made at
hools, according to an announce- Standards set up deal with ad lhc Miami -y."
nt hv losenh Cohen I'.m-c .! ministration, curriculum, school ... ...
in oy juMpn iuiK.ii, Bureau Members ot the committee are
J 3. Return to rigid zoning.
5. Insist on rigid economy in government.

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At the meeting, slated for Thurs-
Standards, teachers, supervision |
and physical facilities.
Mrs. Jacob Goodfriend, chairman,
Mrs. Sarah Jiarrisburg, Mrs. Etta
v Sr 18 8 15 om at Beth Accred/la,io" extended 0xman, Mrs' Ida Dee. Mrs. Mm-
mrironifwai on Pfe SW W P"^y and ind.v.dually to He-nie RubcnStein. Mrs. Helen Wein-
iMd Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd, brew departments and Sunday erntf Mrs carsh Rraiin Mrs Fm.
e., a draft of accreditation stan- *orf rianartmrtita nf all nualifv V0B,Jral?"2r I ,
rds will be submitted for ex-1 %%schools I S" "Tw' R,f W5
uig jtwisn scnoois. i Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berrin, Mr. and
The program is expected to go: Mrs. Alexander Yasen, and Jacob
iiito effect in September, 1964. I Goodfriend.
Million, interpretation and dis-
ision.
\ sixth draft of these standards
been completed after a year!********^+++++++**** *.**** ************
'study by educational directors,
rard of license, and board of di-
jctors of the Bureau. The plan
for formal accreditation of!
|hools meeting the standards out-
lodel Sedorim
.t Emanu-EI
,'arious departments of Temple
jnanu-El Religious School will
jepare for the Passover holidays;
lth a series of model Sedorim.
f'cirfirmation Department was
first to perform the Seder cere-1
|>ny, staging the event last Tues- [
morning.
Foundation School was to hold;
Seder on Thursday. Nursery
I Kindergarten School will per-
rm the Seder ceremony Friday;
prning, io a.m., in the North
Inch Building, 77th St. and Dick-
We.
The Sunday and Daily Religious
hools' model Seder will be held
Sunday morning, starting at 10 j
I"-, on the patio of the Temple. I
MAINTAIN MATURE AND
SOUND GOVERNMENT
ELECT
Jerry DRESSEL, Jr.
MAYOR OF CORAL GABLES
TUESDAY, APRIL 9
PULL LEVER 12-A
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RE-ELECT DR. F. J. EVANS
PHYSICIAN
ATTORNEY
PUBLIC OFFICIAL
RE-ELECT DR. F. J. EVANS
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State Attorney's Office" President Florida Academy of Gen-ril Practice. Vice-president, American Board of Legal Medicine. Vice-Speaker. House of Delegates Florida Medical
Association. .Vice "resTdent and Trustee Daoe County Medical Association. Former Instructor of Law. University of Miami School of Law. .Director. Dade County Chronic Illness Pro-
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9l *>M ntwIHtow
Page 1S-A
KM Adopts Near-Million Budget for '63
Continued from Page 1-A
I or-portunity for youth as the
progrqm of the schools in
first year."
rs Joseph Willen, of New
, elected new national
dent of the XCJW by the con-
n 'delegates, representing
> Council women across the
xy. In her acceptance speech
c nquet climaxing the five
gathering, -Mrs. Willen called
i -tent application" of the
lb -nit and tradition to "the
gh .ill over the world for
1 tad ethnic demoracy, for
1 equality and for the elimi-
D o; poverty."
delegates adopted a budget
-[ 500 for l%3-64 and $954,000
Willen is a former NCJW
prt dent and a former presi-
(I ;he International Council
wish Women, which has 22
lei in 19 countries. She is
Joseph Willen. execu-
tor of the Federation of
Philanthropies of New
ention renewed NCJW's
. i nit to support of Israeli
education by voting to
half million dollar cam-
foi the Hebrew University
i >l in Jerusalem. The
voted an additional S50.-
nplete construction of a
. for the high school,
. s dedicated last Decent-
i Charles Hymes, of Min-
lit, outgoing NCJW nation-
: .dent, who presided at the
(re'.'.on, warned in her key-
. rdress that Israel most
with domestic, and foreign issues, -urged the NCJW- delegates to
the NCJW delegates declared its
support for social security insur-
ance as "the basic method for fi-
nancing the costs of medical care
for the elderly and disabled." They
also called for intensilied action
by all levels of government, in-
dustry, unions, schools and social
agencies to cope with the '"serious
economic and human problem"
arising from the increasing unem-
ployment of the nation's youth.
The delegates also urged that
the United States continue its
strong efforts toward the "com-
pletion of a treaty to ban nuclear
weapons testing and provide for
inspection essential for effective
control."
spur understanding of the fed-
eral budget, which too often,
she said is erroneously likened
to a family budget, which must
be balanced to prevent bank-
ruptcy. Federal spending, she
asserted, is necessary to keep the
economy moving.
Sen. Eugene McCarthy, of Min-
sota, who spoke at the closing ban-
quet, warned against Americans'
tendency to "take refuge in gen-
eralizations" in their thinking
about foreign policy. NCJW*Exef-
utive Director, Miss Hannah Stein,
in her report to the convention,
noted that the community attitudes
toward the aging have started to
change. The public is becoming
aware, she said, of the "folly of
human wastage" created by "long-
er and healthier lives on the one
hand, and emphasis on early re-
tirement on the other."
CHARLES L. SEAMAN
MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS
provide equal educational oppor
(unities fcr children from Orien
tal countries, if the nation is not I l!1
to be confronted with serious
bOcioloo.ic.il problems in the
years to come. Israel's future,
emphasized Mrs. Hymes, "de-
pends on the welding of a diverse
population into a united and pro-
ductive citizenry."
Sen. Hubert Humphrey, of Min-
nesota, opened the convention with
an address on major domestic and
foreign problems. Pointing to the
urgency of technical assistance
through training and education in
Latin America, the Senator haded
the example ot Israel, which re-
cently announced a project to
train 200 Latin American students
modern agricultural metho -
[What Do Doctors
sommend Most For
ISE, NERVOUS
IEADACHES?
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after enti
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Anacin today.
Dr. Meir Shapira. principal of
Hebrew University High School,
which is the model schoo 1 and
teacher training center tor the
University John Dewey School of
Education, told the convention
that his nation's educational sys-
tem must undergo drastic reforms
in order "to bring the children of
Oriental immigrants to the desir
ed educational level."
In another address to the con-
vention. Dr. Judah Shapiro, secre-
tary of the National Foundation
for Jewish Culture. deplored
American Jews' lack of attention
to their cultural heritage, "for
the firsl time i;' American history
Jewishness is being requested and
erved by government, unjversi
ral agencies," he as
"The Jewish communitj
i revealed in its nakedness
h ; quests,"he said, citing
ii e i;< k ..I American teachers and
rs to till the University
, hi ii -
in a number of actions dealing
Assistant Secretary of Labor
Esther Peterson received an
award from NCJW for personify-
ing the convention theme of
women's personal commitment to
human welfare. Mrs. Peterson
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"LETS KEEP CORAL GABLES
1 A CITY OF
HOMES11
* Keep Out Special Interest
* Economy in Government
* Better Parking Facilities
* Associate Judge Coral Gables
* Officer of Coal Gables lion's Club
* Graduate of Dayton University
* Resident of Coral Gable* 18 years
MY WATCHWORD IS:
"Do We Need It,
Can We Afford It?"
PULL LEVER 10A
I CHARLES L SEAMAN
CORAl GABIES
CITY COMMISS'ON
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: ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Lowell G. Patrick
CANDIDATE FOR
NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL
IM |Ol. \ TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
illiam M. MacDonald
CANDIDATE FOR
NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL
LEVER 8-A
IM. Pol. Adv.
JO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
alvatore F. Battaglia
CANDIDATE FOR
NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL
GROUP 3
IM Pol. Adv.
We the undersigned residents of CORAL GABLES,
Hereby endorse the candidacy of
JOE MURPHY
for the office of Mayor
Dorothy and Sal Goldman
Bernard M. Sternick
Florence and Abraham Stein
Sara Friedman
Sam Weissel
Selma and Dave Jccobson
Lucille and Bernard Handsel
Esther and Max Swarti
Ainslee R. Ferdie
Thclma and Sol Schreiber
Rita and Melvin Morris
Nathan Shapiro
Audrey and Willard Steinert
Florence and Ben Nankin
Ruth and Morton low
Rose and Benjamin Issenberg
Mr. and Mrs. A. Grossinger
Arnold J. Grossman
Mrs. Max Sockloff
Mr. and Mrs. S. Berman
Samuel Chernoff
Helen Shapiro
Mollie and Ernest Lieberman
Aida and Hyman Wolfson
Mrs. M. Weiner
JOE MURPHY
FOR MAYOR
Sadie and David Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Van Myers
Maxine Cohen
Marvin Pearlman
Sidney and Lorraine Schwartz
Olga and David Issenberg
Helen and Edward Lyk
Lenard H. Handsel
Sid and Min Longer
Mr. and Mrs. F. Si'skin '
Mrs. C. D. Levinson
Rebecca Hyman
Evelyn L. Ferdie
Felicia D. Cohen
Irving Newman
Robert W. Cohen
Mrs. Sarah Zelko
S. Goldstein
Florence and Murray Freeman
Doris Schneidermtin
Miriam Abel
Morton Simon
Leonard Spiegel
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Samuels
Florence and Julius Wellner
I extend my sincere wishes to all for A HAPPY PASSOVER
season, and I thank my many friends and supporters in Coral
Gables for their efforts in my behalf.
JOE MURPHY
ELECT JOE MURPHY
Mayor of Coral Gables on Tuesday, April 9th
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Plans have been completed for a gala moonlight cruise by
the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's
Service this Saturday night. Mrs. Charles Goldstein, enter-
tainment chairman, and Mrs. Eugene Katz, reservations chair-
man, discuss final arrangements for the affair. Proceds will
go toward the support of JFCS's home for emotionally disturb-
ed children.
411 ABOARD THE CALYPSO
Gala JFCS Cruise Sails
Here on Saturday Night
Pli ave been completed for
[si s;. :i.oonli;jhl cruise aboard
phe Vl Calypso to be sponsored
m\ Women's Committee of
l.i Famil} and Children's
IS on Saturday night. Ac-
Icordir: to Women's Committee
l res Mrs Irving II. Fell,
njses to be one of the
11 .- ng affairs of ihe season."
i.i. merchants and indivi-
duals in Ihe Miami area have do-
any valuable prizes, she
said. Among them are a pedigreed
I rent t poodle, a wig, a complete
set of patio furniture, and a piece
|ol antique silver
Mrs, Fred Meyer, ways and
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Annual exodus for Matilda and
Abram Fox. of South Miami,
who'll be leaving in a few weeks
for Ihiir home in Bat Yam .
But before Hying off to Israel on
Apr 17. they'll spend the Pass-
over holidays in Cincinnati, O..
"here they have two daughters,
seven grandchildren and tour
great-grandchildren The
Foxes, who have been winter
residents here for 12 years, also
chose Cincinnati for the celebra-
tion of their 51st wedding aniii-
ersarv last year.
e a o
First time visitors to our Fair
City, Harold and Harriet Zioaen-
helm, who attended a John Han-
cock Insurance Company coi\
vent ion at the Boca Raton Coun-
"">' Club last week Then ex
tended their tr-p for a "hello"
to Yetta and Samuel Solomon,
ol 9300 E. Bay Harbor Dr. .
Brought special filial messages
Irom the former Lorraine Solo-
mon, husband Aaron Garfen,
and ftyear-olrl Mindy. who now
Hve in Little Neck. L.I., where
Inej are triends and neigh-
bor!
v ther convent ion-goer. Dr.
thi
oman s
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Miami, Florida, Friday, April 5, 1963
Section B
BRANCH MEETING IN ORLANDO
Women's League
Maps Conference
Third annual spring conference
of the Florida Branch of National
Women's League ol tne United
Synagogue ol America will be held
at the Cherry Plaza Hotel, Orlan-
do, Fla.. from Sunday, May 5,
through Tuesday. May 7.
Mrs. Martin W. Smith, confer-
ence chairman, expects 200 dele-
gates from sisterhoods throughout
the state.
Mrs. Al Mechlowitz, conference
vice chairman, will be in charge
of the workshops.
National Women's League of the
United Synagogue of America,
parent organization for Conserva-
tive Jewish sisterhoods, was or-
ganized in 1918 by M a t h i I d e
Schcchler.
It aims at uniting Jewish women
everywhere through the synagogue
as the first step towards strength-
ening Jewish religious and cultural
life.
Mrs. William Dickson is presi
dent of Florida Branch.
MRS. MAKTIN SMITH
means vice president of the Wom-
en's Committee, is chairman of
the evening.
Committee chairmen working
with her are Mrs. Charles Gold-
stein, entertainment; Mrs. Charles
Beber and Mrs. David Fleeman.
[-prizes; Mrs. Eugene Katz, reser-
vations; and Mrs. Burghard Stein
ei. publicity.
Women's committee members
have pledged their support of the
Agency's group treatment home
lor emotionally disturbed children.
to be opened in the fall. All pro
ceeds from ihe crui-e will be used
tor this purpose.
Maurice I. Edelman. now back
at 1630 Meridian Ave., having
been in New Orleans for five days
for a conclave of plastic sur
geons. i
Tricky ways of having a pic
lure in the Fairbanks News-Min-
er without making the trip to
Alaska Honey and Al Ballot,
attending a national conference
of the U.S. Savings and Loan
League in Washington, D.C., took
a photo with triends Rep. Ralph
Rivers, of Fairbanks, and his
wife, which subsequently found
its way into the Alaskan news
paper.
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Cigar Industry's best friend is
Max L. Shapiro He's been dis-
tributing them lavishly since he
learned of the arrival of new-
grandson Jonathan, son of Robert
and Brenda Shapiro, 6271 SW 63rd
Ave. .
Chief. Probation Officer in the
court of Judge Sam Licbowitz in
Kings County. Sam Kane arrived
last week for a visit with his sis-
ter and brother-in-law. the Dr.
Seymour Blumenthals, of 2445 SW
23rd Ave.
PASSOVER GREETINGS may the spirit
of the occasion bring peace and freedom
to all peoples everywhere.
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Mrs. Reich
At Convention
Mrs. Alfred Reich, of 6003 SW
591h St., Miami, is attending the
1963 national biennial meeting of
B'nai B'rith Women at the Statler-
11 ilt.mi Hotel in Washington this
week. Mrs. Reich is president of
District 5 of B'nai B'rith Women.
Leading the list of prominent
speakers at the convention are
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-
Minn.), Majority Whip; and New
York Republicans Jacob Javits and
Kenneth Keating. Sen. Keating
will be convention keynoter.
Also featured at the meeting
are Dr. Abram L. Sachar, presi-
dent of Brandeis University; Dore
Schary, playwright and producer,
who is also chairman of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith;
and Label Katz, international
president of B'nai B'rith.
Seders at Beth Torah
Stanley Stein and Dave Mar-
gulies, co-chairmen, are accepting
reservations for two public Seders
to be held at Beth Torah Congre-
gation on Monday and Tuesda>
evenings beginning 7:15 p.m. The
traditional Passover dinners wtll
be catered by Philip Weiss, of thn
i Royal Hungarian.

MK. ALFRED ICH
Freedom Festival Saturday Night
Jewish Family and Children's
Service Women's Committee
board member Mrs. Melvyn
Frumkes gets into the proper
spirit for the women's moon-
light cruise abard the M-S
Calypso on Saturday night.
Proceeds will go toward sup-
port of the Agency's home
tor emotionally disturbed chil-
dren to be opened in the fall.
Seventeeth annual 'Freedom
Festival'' sponsored by Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Women is
scheduled for Saturday evening
at the President Madison Hotel.
Highlight of the event will be the
crowning of a Liberty Queen.
Host for the evening will be
Phil Sahl, manager of the Four
Freedoms Hotel, with Michael
Sossin acting as master of cere-
monies.
Music and entertainment will be
offered by Irving Pietrack and his
mm
in Service...
WBS
in Convenience!
orchestra, with Rose Wcissman,
soprano.
Mrs. Simon Wikler is heading
a committee which includes Mes-
dames Sally Fisher, David Den-
ner, Jack August, Margaret Beaty.
Minnie Solomon, Rose Whcye, Abe
Kitty, Sara Burkin, Ann Marks.
Dave Alper, Ben Reimer, Harry
Kaufman. Evelyn Isaac, Esther
Ueberall, Rose Keltz. Elsie Tulin.
Helen Barry, Tanya Wolshin, Ann
Sampson and Joe Bloch.
Mrs. Lenore Gcrstcnl'ield 18
president of the group.
At First National Bank, virtually all personal and business banking
services are located on the first floor... motor bank facilities ac-
commodate 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.
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Women's Group Presents Slate
Following names were present-1
ed by Mrs. Rose Wolf, nominating
committee chairman of Women's
DiVtatM of Chamber of Com-
merce. Surfsido-Bal Harbor-Bay
I arbor,' at a regular luncheon |
meeting recently:
Mr- Shirley Levinson. president;
Mrs. Blanche Linsky. Mrs. Louis
Arnold, Mrs. Clare L. Goodman.
Mrs. Marion Shwitzer and Mrs.
Edith Zuckerman, vice presidents;
Mrs. Essie Wolis, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Lillian Blatt. soc-
ial secretary; Mrs. Pearl Schan-
fald, recording secretary; Mrs
Rose Wolf, treasurer, and Mrs.
Helen Burman, financial secretary.

for information please call: Mr. Jacques Class JE 2-3600
MIDTOWN CLUB BEVERAGES
GINGER ALE CLUB SODA
TRU FRUIT (Black Cherry, Black Raspberry & Orange)
Kosher for PaHnover
UNDER SUPERVISION OF
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT ALL
FOOD FAIR STORES
On April 8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,
Heinz Kosher Varieties will
not be Kosher.
Why? Because April 8 to April 16 are the
days of Passover. And the Seal* of Kash-
ruth on so many Heinz labels does not in-
clude Passover. The is your guarantee
that Heinz Varieties are strictly Kosher for
year-round use. But not for Passover. As
always, while publishing this yearly re-
minder, may we also wish you, your family
and your friends a most happy Passover.
*i'i the Seal of Approval of
THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


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v-Jmist Fkrklian
Friday, April 5,
Activities Slated
At Westview
Johanna Sittner, GerThan-born
abstract artist now living in Mex-
ico, will have a one-man show of
her representative works this
weekend at Westbrooke Country
Club.
Miss Sittner. who was a resident
of Miami until a month ago. when
she went to Mexico to paint and
study, has exhibited in France.
Italy. Spain, Cuba and the U.S.
She has designed costumes for the
National Opera Company of Cuba
and the Tropicana Night Club in
Havana.
Mrs. Barbara Heiken and Bob
Friedman, certified American Red
Cross First Aid instructors, are
giving two courses at Westbrooke
Country Club. The first will run
on Tuesday and Thursday nights
through Apr. 18, with an advanced
course to follow through May 16.
Westbrooke Country Club will
hold an 'April Showers'' cocktail
dance on Saturday evening in the
Grand Ballroom.
jwb Regional Conference i Anniversary Fete
The JWB Regional Conference 5ell-Ollt Here
for Services to the Armed Forces
and Veterans will meet in Atlanta.' a turn away attendance of near-
Ga.. on May 17 to 19, according \y a thousand was expected at ne
to an announcement made by Her- Hada-sah-Israel 15th anniversary
bert R. Etsae. regienal -haimen,-^tomrhet)n on Thursday at the Doral
and Leon Goldberg, regional co- Beach Hotel.
ordinator. The USO survey and Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink.
its implications to JWB will be re- luncheon chairman, reported that
viewed. Persons interested in par- the 'affair was a complete sellout
ticipating should contact Mrs. j as early as a week before the
Louis Glasser. 3168 Prairie Ave.. ] event.
Highlighting the porgram were
to be ceremonies honoring Mrs.
Jack Katzman, who was to recerve
the coveted Woman of Valor
Award; Miss Lillian Goodman,
i president of the Miami Beach
Miami Beach.
Beth El Seder
In Hollywood
Seventh annual congregational
Seder of Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood, will be held in the Tobin
Auditorium of the synagogue on
Monday evening at 6 p.m.
The Seder service will be con-
ducted by Dr. Samuel A. Jatfe.
with musical portions by Pat Mat
Slews, Temple soloist, accompan-
ied by Mrs. Bernice Schwartz.
Temple organist. Robert W. Gor-
don is president.
Wilson Seeks
Return to Post
George Wilson promises to work j ^> HadassaJj^jd the
toward ""ewer and more sweepj Prints g ^
mg .improvements" if reelected in P J wm
the Apr. 9 race for Coral Gables ^ ^g singef Tov,
WrS?L< he -provided^ and David M
leadership for the following dis- the Israel Embassy.
tinguished accomplishments:
"Street improvement and beau-
tification and mid-block street
lighting; improved government-to-
citizen communications; recrea-
tional improvements, including
Salvatore Park. Sunrise Harbor,
and the Coliseum; cultural im-
provements, such as the new ap-
proved new library.
Also new parking garage and
facilities already completed, and
improved and expanded bus ser-
vice."
Stamp Drive
To Get Chairs
Sisterhood and Center of the
Southwest Jewish Center are com-
bining efforts in a group saving
stamp drive for new chairs to be
installed in the synagogue.
A donation of five stamp books
will entitle the donor to two
chairs with his or her name on
them.
Chairman of the project is Mrs.
Charles Jacobs.
If you like
KREPLACH
Weizmann Unit
Installation Set
An installation meeting of the
recently-organized Farband Chaim
Weizmann Branch will be held
Wednesday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Slate includes Moe Levin, chair-
man; Irving Sachs, co-chairman;
Isaac Offenhenden, financial secre-
tary. Executive board members
are Mrs. Rose Cohen, Mrs. Selma;
Berman, Aaron Katz, Mrs. Gold-!
sheid, J. Okun, Johann Berman,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chaet.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Louis Segal, national sec-
retary of Farband.
Musical program will feature
singer. Miss Carol Donn, accom-
panied by Miss Esther Barrett.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael -Gibson,
of the Yiddish stage, will also en-
tertain.
luxe cabanas available;
in Miami Beach's only!
new oceanfront luxury;
resort. They are avail-j
able at special rates i
from May 1st to Oct. 30|
$550. We suggest you j
make inquiries NOW by'
telephoning JE 21731.
Ask for Mac, Cabana
Manager
Oceanfront 47th to 48fh
StreetsMiami Beach
THIS
YEAR'S
STATUS
SYMBOL:
A CABANA
AT THE BEAUTIFUL
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HOTEL
Miami Beach's newest nd loveliest Cabani cole-/
invites you to participate in its inaugural season. Sulfice
it to say that Corals cabanas are in keeping with tto
spirit of elegance lound throughout the hotel. Ea: i
cabana is unusually spacious, open to fresh ocesn
breeres en twe sides. Naturally, there are elevators to the
second cabana deck Spacious beach area. Exciting \c i
r gram and facilities. And to add to the continental mow :
I teach beys'' are charming Water-Ballet
^ complett information pleace call y
A SALLY JACOBS, Cabana Manager fjg,
7 36OOT
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DAILY MAID & 24 HOUR SWITCHBOARD SERVICE
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CHEP BOY-AR-DEB
CHEESE RAVIOLI
fi Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef BoyAr-Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
asier than the frozen kind. So
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To Marry MD
A summer wedding in Brooklyn
i- being planned by Miss Elinor
B. Sockloff and Dr. Jacob Becker.
The future bride la the daughter
,i Mr and Mrs. Max Sockloff. 411
Malaga Ave., Coral Gables, who
are making the annouiicement ol
her betrothal this week.
Teaching second grade classes
;n West Hempstead, L.I., for the
past two years. Miss Sockloff at-
hi'ded the University of Florida
pnd has a degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Dr. Becker is the son of Mr.
pnd Mrs. Sam Becker, Brooklyn.
\ Y. A graduate of New York
University, where he made Dean's
1 '. and of Bellevue Dental
School, he is now interning at Beth
Israel Hospital.
The engaged couple will be mar-
i ied on June 30.
gMiss Drost Plans
For June Wedding
\ June wedding is planned by
Miss Marcia Lynn Drost and Alan
I Stone.
Announcement of the betrothal
has been made by the future
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
0 i Drost. 1526 Cartosa Ave.. Coral
Gables.
A graduate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior High, the bride-elect will grad-
uate in June from the University
01 Miami where she is a member
ol I'hi Sigma Sigma social sor-
ority and the Association of Child-
hood Education.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Stone, 724 SW 26th Rd.. the pros
pective bridegroom is a graduate
ol Miami Senior High and will also
receive a degree from the Univer-
sitj of Miami in June.
Date of the planned wedding is
June 9.
Serkin, Reisman
>ln Orlando Rites
Mrs. Charlotte Reisman, of Mi-
iami Beach, and Charles Serkin,
ol Miami, were married Saturday,
Mar. 16. at the home of Rabbi Mor-
ris Feldman in Orlando, Fla.
The new Mrs. Serkin has been
connected with the Miami Beach
Recreation Department for the
past nine years.
The couple were attended by
Terry and Eddie Reisman, sons of
Mrs. Sirkin and the late Albert U.
!ii isman.
The newly married couple are
temporarily making their home at
> I \W 45th Ave.
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Friday. April S, 1963
Roslyn Frost, Ainslee Ferdie In Sunday Vows
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
The sunny blue skies and waving palms still seem like fairyland
to Rachel Abramow ,tz. The bad dreams trom which she wakes scream-
ing grow further and further apart. Rachel was born in Poland, but
when the war broke out, the invading Russia:.s sent her family to
Siberia, where her parents were forced to work in a labor camp while
she and her brother went to school. The effects of the indoctrination
they received there was counteracted every night by the training of
their mother and father, and the belief that
soon they would be back with their own
people. In 1946. as Polish citizens, they were
returned to Poland to find nothing left. Helped
by the underground, they arrived in Germany,
where they lived in Berlin for two years.
There Rachel attended the University of Ber-
lin, where she majored in chemical engineer-
ing.
Everyone who could speak Hebrew was
pressed into service to help at a displaced
persons camp for Jewish children. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. a chaplain with the Amer-
ican Army, was in charge. That is where
Rachel met her future husband and married
him. Rachel's parents went to Israel while
the Rabbi and Rachel were transferred to
Austria. Then, he was sent to Italy by the
Joint Distribution Committee, where they
stayed for three years, and their first child.
Twelve years ago, they came to Miami Beach,
where the Rabbi is spiritual leader at Temple Menorah. Two more
children. David and Rcena. made their family complete. Coming from
a traditional Zionist background, and knowing the story of her life,
makes Rachel zealous and ardent in her love of Judaism and Israel.
She often wonders why *he was chosen to live while others died. As
a result, she works even harder. Life has no meaning, she feels, un-;
less you help others.
Rachel is a most creative person. In Italy, she took painting les-
sons and has continued painting in oils. She has sold several of her
paintings, but mostly they hang in her home. Intrigued by portrait
painting, she has done the children, as well as a self-portrait and one
of the Rabbi. (The Rabbi hasn't been "hung" yet.) After taking a
course in sewing, she sews well enough to make all of her own clothes.,
As a family, they like to take trip> to museums and interesting
places. At home, they like to listen to music and read. Their favorite
hour is to listen to Rachel read poetry aloud in her low. charming
voice in which there isn't a trace of an accent.
Both she and the Rabbi enjoy people. She has a wonderful mem-
ory, and so the Rabbi never forgets a name when she is tloe beside
him. Since her folks and the Rabbi's live in Israel, they go frequently,
delighting in seeing how every year brings Israel closer to being per-
lect Jewish homeland.
RACHU
Dahla. was born.
Beth Torah Congregation in
North Miami Beach was the site
ol the wedding .ceremony which
ui.ited Roslyn Frost" and Ainslee
R. Ferdie. with Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz officiating. Date of the nup-
tials was Sunday. Mar. 31. and the
afternoon ceremony \\a- followed
b> a reception in the social hall.
The bride's gown was .of Bilk
organza with lace motifs around
the neckline. The long slim sheath
had a soft, flowing, detachable
everskirt falling into a chapel
train. The tiara crown was made
of pearl>.
Maid of honor was Rosalyn Hen-
ann. and Ronald Ferdie. brother
ot the groom, served as best man.
The groom attended Lawrence
College and the University of Mi-
ami where he was president of Tau
Epsilon Phi and member of Alpha
Phi Omega, Nu Beta Epsilon and
Scabbard and Blade. He is presi-
dent of Gilbert Balkin B'nai B'rith
Lodge, Coral Gables Young Demo-
cratic Club and a past command-
er of the Murray Solomon Post,
JWV.
He is also vice president of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
, and serves on the board of direc-
tors for the Coral Gables Optimist
Club. Miami Multiple Sclerosis
Assn.. and Dade County Young
Democrats. He is on the Junior
Council of the Inter-American Bar
Assn.. and on the Metropolitan
Dade County Citizens Advisory-
Committee on Community Rela-
tions.
past vice president of B'nai 3'rith.
Girls, member of Beta Honor So-
ciety and has been secret try io
I the superintendent of Parks and
I Recreation of North Miami B* h
I for the past four years.
Parents of the bride are and
; Mrs. Jack Frost. 1565 NE ;, ->
No. Miami Beach. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr and Mrs. Jack
Ferdie, 929 Malaga, Cor,
and San Diego. Calif.
After a honeymoon in Panama
and Columbia, the COUpU
in Coral Gables.
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The bride is a member of
County Young Democratic
Dade
Club.
Canada Rites for
Janice Onrot
Mr and Mrs. Sam Onrot, 11890
NE 11th Ave.. No. Miami an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Janice, to Charles G.
Perl, son of Mr. and Mr.- A. S.
Perl. 185 NE 123rd St., N\ Miami.
The bride elect gradua'ii from.
North Miami Senior High and at-
tended Dade County Junior Col.
lege. The prospective bridegroom
is also a graduate of North Miami
Senior High, and a jumV at the
University of Miami, majoring in
Spanish.
The wedding will take place in
Toronto, Canada, on Jut JO, at
Clanton Park Synagogue
Among those present wit] be the
bride's grandparents, Mr, and
Mrs. Joseph Feldman, i Louis
' Onrot. all of Toronto.
Now in Coral Gables
We ccmb the Beach and
Coral Gables too'. Two of t:v
Leading Hair Stylists from out
Lincoln Road Salon. Mr. Bert
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\H ACCORDANCE WITH PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S PROC1AMAT/ON
colling on the people of our country, to observe the 20th anniversary
of the WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING
you are invited to a
Commemoration of the 20th Anniversary
of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
ot the Jewish Cultural Center, 429 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
Sunday Evening, April 21, 8 o'clock
A DRAMATIC SPECTACLE ABOUT THE GHETTO UPRISING
o r- ct*d bv Meyer Eisenberg
THE GREATER MIAMI FOLK CHORUS
PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL ADDRESS THE GATHERING
COA1E AND PAY TRIBUTE TO THE HEROES Of THE WARSAW GHETTO
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chaykin. 1900
S\V 87th Ct., announce the engage-
menl of their daughter. Barbara
Artene, to Alan R. Gish. son of
Mi- and Mrs. Morris S. Gish. of
RegO Park. N Y
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High and is now a
dental assistant in the field of
pcdiodontics.
The future bridegroom will grad-
uate from the University of Miami
in June and enter the university's
Law School in the fall.
A reception in honor of the be-
trothed couple will be held at the
Miday Motor Hotel in Queens.
NY. on Saturday, Apr. 13.
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Fir-t child. Linda Melanie, was
born Mar. 31 to Mr. and Mrs. An-
drew Harris, of St. Petersburg
Beach. New mother is the former
Dorothy Breslar. daughter of Mrs.
Goldie Breslar. of Miami Beach
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BOX STORAGE
Two years ago we inaugurated the Mary Macintosh FtfEE
Box Storage for cloth articles. The success of this service was
virtual'" ohnmenl. SeTis that nearly all of our customers
jut "CLEANED OUT THE CLOSETS"and stored the MM
with ustuhy protected and at no storage charges
This year we are going to make sure our regular pa.-rns
have preference. We will reserve space for youin order mat
you can rely on us to care for your winter articles FREE OF
ANY STORAGE CHARGE. As you know, storage is free. Insur-
ance up to one hundred dollars ($100) is only SI.00. You pay only
the regular cleaning charge, plus $1.00 insurance for valjition
up to iuu. You my luve more insurance at lo of valuation.
Hundreds of customers have requested the Box Storage a this year. Before we exceed capacity, why not make your reser-
vation official? Obviously, with Free Storage there can oe no
obligation. We will unconditionally honor all reservations received
before April 30, 1963.
Phone FR 3-6601 or Visit Any of
Our Conveniently Located Stores
Miami Laundry-Dry Cleaners
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Annetmcei fht Opening of a
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Friday. April 5. 1963
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Page 11-B
i-:. Allen Bwdur
MRS. WARREN GtLMAN
Gelman, Schwarz
Exchange Vows
A white poau (ie sole Empire
[rock was the choice of Miss
Susan Emily Schwarz for her late
afternOOA wedding to Warren Jay
i.clman on Sunday. Mar. 31. with
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating.
Hold in the home of her parents,
.Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Newton
Schwarz, 50 W. Di Lido Dr., the!
ceremony was followed there by
a reception and dinner.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the bride was attended by Mrs.
Alan David Alan, matron of hon-
or, and bridemaids. May Ellen
Silver, Helen Jo Schwarz, Susan
Fleming.
A graduate of Lear School the
former Miss Schwarz attended
Aclelphia College and Art Students
U'ague of New York'.
Son of Mrs. Gertrude Gelman
ol New York City, the bridegroom
had Richard Miller as best man
Shafton, Badanes
In Nuptial Vows
Now on a honeymoon tour of
Florida, the former Arlene Badanes
and Perry Mitchell Shafton ex-
| changed nuptials vows on Sunday
I evening. Mar. 31. Rabbi Norman
N. Shapiro performed the cere-
mony at Beth David, and a recep-
I tion in Spector Hall followed.
For her wedding the bride chose
I a candlelight, sheath front peau
, de soie gown with alencon lace
| yoke and pearl trimmed sleeves,
and carried orchids.
Alva Badanes and Mrs. Richard
M. Feingold, sisters of the bride,
attended her as maid and matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were Carol
Jane Shafton, the bridegroom's
sister, Rhea Fingerman, Mrs. Mal-
colm Kirschenbaum, Janet Levin,
Mrs. William Shaw, Karen Phillips
and Jennine Phillips. Laura Long
and Robin Shier were flower girls,
and ringbearer was Jonathan
Long.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Badanes. 600 SW 21st Rd.. the new
Mrs. Shafton is a graduate of Mi-
ami Junior High and attended
Ohio State University.
Now a food broker with Shafton
& Co., the bridegroom is also a
graduate of Miami Senior High and
attended the University of Miami.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kirvin K
Shafton, 29 Bay Heights Dr., the
younger Shafton's best man was
Jack Kelly. Serving as grooms-
men were Robert Baitcher, Dr.
Richard M. Feingold, Morris Fut-
ernick, II, Joe Leigh, Wayne Wat-
erhouse and Burton Weiner.
Double Ring Rites
For Fishers
A double ring ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Leon Kronish on
Saturday evening, Mar. 30. united
Brenda Ann Brody and Joseph
Herbert Fisher. Carried out in
shades of pink and white, the wed-
ding was held at the Diplomat
Country Club where a reception
and formal dinner followed the
evening nuptials.
The floor length traditional wed-
ding gown was of candlelight silk
peau de soie with fitted bodice of
imported Alencon lace reembroid- J
ered with pearls and sequins. It I
featured a scooped neckline,
three-quarter length sleeves and
a belle skirt extending to a chapel
train.
The six tierred French illusion
fell from a coronet of matching
lace and seed pear's and the bride
carried white orchids, BtephazotM
and lily-of-the-valii'\ OC her con-
firmation bible.
Matron of honor v i- Mrs. Irwin
Lepselter. ths bride s sister, Miss
Joan Kramer served as maid of
honor and Miss Sarah Fisher, the
bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Ben-
nett Feldman were bridesmaids.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
a i dmoi a
MRS. JOSEPH fISHIR
with Stephen Schwarz and Harold
Schwarz. ushers.
A graduate of Scarborough Prep
School, Gelman attended Trinity
College and served as president of
Deltr Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Nassau the newlyweds
will live in Cincinnati, 0., where
the bridegroom is vice president
of Arrow Furniture Co.
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MRS. PERRY SHAfTOU
Murphy Runs
For Mayor's Post
'Keeping high-rise out of the
residential areas of the city" is
one of the major planks in the
platform of Joe Murphy, candi-
date for Mayor of Coral Gables in
the Apr. 9 election.
Murphy is a Coral Gables resi-
dent since 1929, and served in the
U.S. Air Corps. He is a graduate
of the University of Florida Col-
lege of Law and past president of
the Gables Bar Association.
Past commander of the Coral
Gables Disabled American Vet-
erans and past vice president of
the Lions Club there, he served
one year as vice mayor.
He would "require quality mer-
chandising in commercial areas
and strengthen the conflict of in-
terest ordinance,"' among his oth-
ei recommendations for good gov-
ernment.
Brody. 620 N. Shore Dr.. formerly
of Detroit, Mich., the new Mrs.
Fisher is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High and attended
Ohio State University and the Uni-
versity of Mexico. She received
a degree in education from the
University of Miami and is now on
the faculty at Miami Shores Junior
High. Her sorority is Sigma Del-
ta Tau.
The bridegroom is a graduate
of the University of Miami and is
a member of Phi Epsilon Pi frat-
entity.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fish-
er, 1445 16th St.. formerly of Pitts-
burg, his father served as best
man, and Irwin Lepselter, Alan
Shecter, Martin Plaskoff, and Dr.
Jules Levin were groomsmen.
Now on a honeymoon trip to the
Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico,
the newlyweds will live in Miami
Beach.
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preside and serve as they request:
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HOTEL ROW: Freddy Martin,
Is "singing" saxaphone and his
rihestra remain as the headline
liraction through the spring
nliday at the Doral Beach Star-
ghl Roof. Added musical fea-
ire in the high-perched room is
be Magic Violins of Mexico.
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FOR PASSOVER: For the
family seeking Seder services
in the traditional manner, there
are quite a few hotels and res-
taurants in the area which will
feature the annual ceremony.
The Eden Roc, Fontainebleau,
i i pi o mat, Deauville, Mar-
seilles, DiLido, Raleigh, Prom-
bnade. Coral Reef, Shore Club,
.romwell, Americana, Lom-
bardy. Strath Haven, and Shel-
borne are among the hotels that
are taking reservations for
their Sedorim.
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STAGE, SCREEN, ETC.: Zev J
Bufman and Stan Seiden, who
are now negotiating to buy the j
Coconut Grove Playhouse, should
have a good and profitable three-
week run with Jean Kerr's com-!
edy hit, .Mary, Mary." Jeffrey i
Lynn, John Lasell and Patricia
Smith are co-starred in the wit-
ty romp.
The wonderful "David and
Lisa" stays on at the Mayfair,
Sunset and Parkway. The frank
and compassionate story and
portrayals in this compelling
movie about mentally disturb-
ed teen-agers are well deserv-
ing of Academy awards. Make
sure you see it.
A light and flighty romance,
with airline stewardesses the
center of attraction and action,
is the theme of "Come Fly With
Me," holdltlg over at the Carib,
Miami, Miracle and 163rd St.
Theatres.
a *
HERE AND THERE: The new
price policy at Maxim's is a def-
inite click, according to Andre
Pascal, host and headman at the
Surfside swankery. In case you
haven't been aware of the
changeover, complete dinners
are now available, priced from
$5 to $7.50. These in addition to
Maxim's regular a la carte fare.
Recent Maxim diners were the
R. E. Dumas Milners (he's the
Jackson, Miss., industrialist) and
Coral Gables friends Ray and
Adelle Griffith.
The 5,000th stewardess recent-
ly graduated from Eastern Air
Lines in-flight training area at
Miami Springs Villas. The first
group of girls started attend-
ance there in June, 1955. Mrs.
Winnie Gilbert, who is in charge,
.'ays the girls have come from
every state in the union, with
Pennsylvania leading.
aman Eyes
fables Seat
lliarles I. Seaman is a candi-
V for Coral Gables City Com-
|
practicing attorney in Coral
jli's for the pasl 12 years, Sea-
has pledged "city economy to
ight waste and eliminate it.
ili-hment of secret commission
pings, realistic appraisal of all
perty, and street improvements
beautification of streets."
p.iman, of 531 Gerona Ave., is
Associate Judge of Coral
lies.
Free Haggadah Available
A 44-page booklet entitled "Hag-
gadah for the American Family"
is being distributed without charge
by Standard Brands, Inc.; makers
of Chase & Sanborn Coffees and
Tender Leaf Teas, to assist Jew-
ish families in the observance ol
Passover, from Apr. 9 to 16. The
booklet, "Haggadah for the Amer-
ican Family," is available without
charge at grocery stores and sup-
ermarkets that carry Chase & San-
born Coffees and Tender Leaf
Teas.
Students Will
Mark Passover
Services for the Passover holi-
day will be conducted by students j
in the Religious School of Beth'
Torah Congregation on Tuesday
and Wednesday mornings, 10 a.m., I
in the Youth Room of the school |
building under the leadership of
student Rabbi Mark Haddad and
Richard Kagan.
The students will chant the lit-j
urgy, deliver the sermons and 1
read from the Torah Scroll. Sim-
ultaneously, the Alef Congrega- j
tion, boys and girls between 5 and |
8, will meet under the direction
Of Bea Levin.
First born male students of the
Religious School will also partici-
pate in the Siyum B'Chorim, the
ceremony of the first-born sons,
on Monday, 7 a.m., in the chapel
of the synagogue.
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Alterations at cost on sale mdse. Charge Accounts Invited
608 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, M.B.
2465 E. SUNRISE BLVD., FT. LAUDERDALE
Open Every Nite "till 9:30 p.m except Saturdays
CINEMA
Washington Ave. at 13th St., M.B.
ON STAGE
Famous Yiddish Singing Star
First Appearance in America
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New Singinq Sensation
SHOSHANA FISHER
_ Great Yiddish Comic
FREDDIE OWENS
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It's the Best Show Value in Town
Matinee 55c Evenings $1.05
THE PRICE IS RIGHT
LUXURIOUS NEW
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DOG TRACK
FIRST RACE 8:15 EM
GRANDSTAND
ADMISSION
SOUTH END OF
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Rossini's COMIC OPERA
BARBER OF SEVILLE
3:00 PM SUNDAY, MAY 5
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
A
Sung in English by
Ford Foundation
Fellowship Awards
artists from New York
(all seats reserved)
Side & Rear Orch.... 2.00
Contributing Membership
(Four tickets)... $25.00
Good Samaritan Membership
(Six tickets)... $50.00
TICKETS ON SALE AT
Dade County Auditorium
HI 6-9230
Philpitt's South Miami
MO 7-8874
Suniland Stationery &
Gilt Shop-. CE 5-8850
Opera Guild Office
FR 3-5967, FR 1-5153
A Dade Youth Opera Project of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami
2 SHOWS SAT. 8 & 10:30 p.m.
You'll Love JEAN KERR'S
COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE & RESTAURANTS
3500 MAIN HIGHWAY MIAMI HI 5-2581
POPULAR PRICES: Tues.. Wed.. Thurs.. Sun.. 8:30 p.m. $4.40. 3.40.
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+Jen>lsii Hark/fan
Page 15-B
tuderrts in Model Seder
Studen
IiiimI..
feth S
li Sanai
iditortu
labbi SO
|oIdb( :
chool, [i
bet or 03
ts of the Hebrew and
Schools of Congregation!
will hold a model Seder
: morning, 10 a.m., in the
m under the guidance of
omon Schiff, Rev. George.'
, director of the Hebrew
nd Miss Elain Bass, (li-
the Sunday School.
:ittenhouse Runs
Gables Race
Vlarlic Rittcnhouse is running care.
Li a seal on the Coral Gables City
bmmil in Hie Apr. 9 election.
Bikur Cholim
Passover Seders
Senior citizens who find it diffi-
cult to prepare their own Pass
over Seder and need nursing care
have been invited to make reser-
vations at Bikur Cholim Convales
cent Home of Greater Miami, with
offices at 310 Collins Ave.
Sidney Siegel. executive direc-
tor, said that there is now space
for a limited number of persons
to reside at the Home during the
l'assover season, with full nursing
LEGAL NOTICE
Haggadahs of News Office
A limited number of Passover
Haggadahs are now available tree
to subscribers of The Jewish, F^-^^^'^^^^'^^^
idian at Jewish Floridian offices,
120 NE 6th St., Miami. The Hag-
gadahs will be distributed in quan-
tities to cover individual laniily
use only.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tlw und.-signed, desiring- to engage in
167th St., Miami C!", Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit <'ourt of Dade County.
Florida.
Sole Owners
MASS DISTRIBl'TORS, INC.
RONNIE-JACK, INC.
4/3, 1L-, IT. 211
Mi'' nise has a law degree
oiu tbe University of Pennsyl-
r.ni;i i..! graduated from Prince-
rn University, He was a lieulen-
II colonel during World War II.
I He i vice president of the
rincetos Club of South Florida
(id a .xember of the Riviera;
Country Hub and Coral Gables
tuntrv .lub.
[Ritten&ouse is vice president of
Rjcnard A. Marshall Insur-
ing Agency.
|The candidate advocates "keep-
prayer in the Coral Gables
^iblic BChoola; keeping the city in-1
kpendenl lrom big government'
lojects -ponsored by Dade Coun-
J; m; :'aining a policy of com-
|ete fiscal responsibility, with no
[licit financing and no wasted
Ix dollars."
Design School
In New Course
The School for Interior Decora-
tion and Design. 50 NE 40th St.,
has been giving a three-month
bade practicaf course in interior
decorating and design, and in
sketching and rendering.
Anita Priest Gulko, NSID, di-
rector of the school, announced
that plans have been made to make
available a two-year course in in-
terior decorating and design "that
will be complete and thorough in
every respect."
The school year will be two ,
semesters, from October through
May. and a diploma w ill be award-
ed after completing the second
year. The school will also con-1
Unite with its three-month basic
practical course and the sketch
ing and rendering course.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
Caie No. 63C 3443
ROBERTO MORENO
Plaintiff
vs.
KI.sa APRIL FRANCO DK
MORENO,
Defendant.
NOT.CE OF PUBLICATION
To: i:isa Abrll Franco de Moreno
t'Astlllu No. 384 Chorrlos
l.iinu, Peru. B.A.
TOt*. KI.SA AliRIL FRANCO DE
MORENO, Castllla No. 384, Chorrlllos
Lima, Peru, are required t., tile j.....
answer to the Complaint for Divorce
with the Clerk "f the above Court,
and serve a copy thereol upon tllno
I". Xi'Kivtii, Attorne) at Law, Bio-
911 Congress Bldg., in N.E. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Florida on or liefore
the Sth plaint will lie taken as confess* i
Dated thin -':'th tlaj of March. IMS.
B. It. LEATHMRMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
IS.all
By c. p. COPELAND
-i .".. I-'. l, _;
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
FROM
Judge Arthur I. Snyder
AND FAMILY
Pd. Pol. Adv
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 52834-B
IN RE: Estate of
B1MEON I. STEINBACH,
l deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby Riven thai I
have filed my Final Report ami Petl-
tlon for Dlatributlou and Final Dis-
charge as Executrix of the .state of
Simeon .1. Btelnbach, deceased: and
that on the 6th day of May. 1963, will
apply to the Honorable County .Indues
of Dade County. Florida, foe approval
of said Final Report anil for distri-
bution and final discharge as Execu-
trix of the .state of the above-named
decedent This 1st day of April, IMS.
BBLMA ELROD
Executrix
WRINKLE & KESHLBU
Petitioner** Attorneys
Ml Se.vl.old Huildlng
Miami 81, Flotilla
______________ 4/:.. 12, l!l. 26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 3610
.1. s. CI.KASoN. .lit., as Administrator
ol Veterans Affairs, an Officer or
the United Siat.s .it America, and
his successors in such office, and
his or their assigns.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
VINCENT DE ANOEI.O. et us. el al.
I et'ell.l.illts
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: VINCENT DE ANGELA) and
ANGELINA DE ANGELO. his
wife, if living. Including any un-
known spouses of said Defendant*
if they have remarried, and il
dead, their unknown heirs, de-
visees, mantles, assignees, cred-
itors, lienors, trustees, and all
o t h e r persons claiming by,
through, under or against these
Defendants, whose residences are
unknown.
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has been brought against
you by I. 8. C1LEASON, JR., as Ad-
ministrator of Veterans Affairs, an
Officer of the Cnlted states of Amer-
ica, and his successors iti such of-
fice, ami his or their assigns, to fore-
close a mortgage encumbering the
following described property, to-wit:
Lot I. Block 11. MUST ADDI-
TION To NORTH RIDGE, ac-
cording t" the plal there.if. as re-
corded in I'lat Monk "i'i. at page
'". of the on|.t|e records of Dade
County. Florida:
and you are required to file your
answer wltth the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
al the Courthouse in Miami. Florida,
on or before May ~. 1963, and to serve
a copy of such answer upon MYERS,
H KIM AN. KAPLAN CATSMAN,
Plaintiffs attorneys, whose, address
Is Eleven-Fifty Huildlng, 1160 B.W.
First Street, Miami 36, 1 iorldn, on oi
before said date, as required by the
laws of Florida, if you fall to do so,
the complaint will l- taken as <.....-
tossed hy you and a Decree Pro Con-
t.ssi. will* he entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint.
DATED this 3rd day of April. IMS.
B. B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade county. Florida
By: K. M. I.Y.MAN
Deputy Clerk
Myers. Melman. Kaplan A. Catsman
Eleven-Fifty Huildlng
1150 S. \V. First Street
Miami ::;. Florida t R, IS, 19, 26
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t'tat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious hunie
Of FAMOUS BEAUTY COLLEGE OF
Miami BEACH at number *:i- Lin-
coln Road In the city of Miami Bench,
Florida, intends to register the nxld
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of hade County, Florida,
Dated at Miami Beacli, Florida1, this
29th day ofMarch. 1963.
8ELBOB SCHOOLS, INC.
KOVNER A: MANNHEIMER
Atttorneys for Appllcanl
i s, 12, i. :;
IN THE COUNTY JuDut s, COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58654A
in RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM M, RELAIEF. n k
ABRAM M. BELA1EF
l deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
ing Claims Against Said Estate:
You are hereb) notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands Which you may have against
the estate ol ABRAHAM M. BKL-
AIEF. a k a ABRAM M. RELAIEK
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the county Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
tin- County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
in- barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins
das of April, A.D. 1963
BERTRAM I.. ROTHKOPF
\s Executor
I'll-I publication Of this untie.
the 5th das of April. 1963.
HARRY ZUKBRNICK
Attorney for Executor
ii.'" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
4 ... 12, 19, Jl
l-l
ii
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
"JACK" GERMAIN
YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN
Headquarters
1625 N.E. 163rd STREET
Pd. Pol. Adv.
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
John W. Estes
YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN
Campaign Headquarters
16932 N.E. 19th AVE.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
CAPE CANAVERAL
FEDERAL SAVINGS
and Loan Association
P.O. Box 3585, Cocoa, Florida
4v2%
PER ANNUM
CURRENT DIVIDEND.
COMPOUNDED SEMI ANNUALLY
*AMHAU GlllCft
'"ISIDENT
Accounts Insured by Federal Savings
ana* lean Insurance Corporation
Season's Best Wishes
HUDSON SERVICE
Tires Tubes Batteries Tire Recapping
ACCESSORIES ROAD SERVICE
Wheel Aligning and General Repairs
Phone NE 5-2212 and NE 4-4939
1185 N.W. 36th Street Miami 37, Florida
ANDY ANDREWS and TOMMY HUDSON, Owners
Season's Best to All
SNAPP. Inc.
Sand Blasting
"No Job Too Small Or Too Large"
8501 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Ph. 691-6537
GREETINGS .
CHARLES TAYLOR
MARINE ENGINES
24 HOUR SERVICE ON
MARINE MOTORS DIESEL LIGHTING PLANTS
THUNDERBIRD FORD MERCURY V8
CHEVROLET V8 WILLYS 4 CYL.
AT THE BAY, MIAMI
11271 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PL 7-3794
To All... Greeting*
ENDURE-A-LIFETIME
PRODUCTS, INC.
SINCE 1946
ALUMINUM CARPORTS ALUMINUM AWNINGS
ENDURE A LIFETIME
PREFAB BUILDINGS "CABANA-ROOM"
2375 N.W. 75th Street OX 1-5221
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58692 C
In RE: tCstate of
JACOB KLE1NMAN
I I.. .a-e. I
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
in ai.i. I'Kr.si ins interested IN
THE ESTATE 'I- SAII>
DECEDENT,
you are ii-i't iiy notified that a
written Instrument purporting to be
the last will ami testament of said
; decedent has been admitted in pro-
hat,- in said Court, JTou are hereby
| commanded within si\ calendar
in..nths from the date of the first
publication of this notloe to appear
tin said o.inti and show oauae, if any
you oan. why the atolon of said court
In admitting said will to probate
should imi stand unrevoked
GEORGE T. CLARK
County Judge
MKI.I'.A <\ KICK
< l.rk
First publication of iliis notice on
:.ili day of April. IMS.
HENRY M. WAITZKIN
Attorney
:.:.' Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach,
Elorlda.
i I, il', to. :':
NOTICE UNDER
FICITITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS IIEREIIT GIVEN that
i i hi- tindei'slimed, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious nun.- !
AIRPORT RADIO SERVICE at Mi-
ami, Intend '" register said name
with the Clerk of ii' Circuit Court
Df liadi "......i lorMa.
HERMANN OELLER
(iiiiHi i:i.ias
4/r.. 12, i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59022-C
i ii. RE: Estate of
JOSEPH PERIJN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltore and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You ar.' hereby notified and re-
quired to present any etailmi and de-
mands wliiih yi.u may hive against
the estate of JOSEPH PKKl.l.v de-
ceased late nf Dade County. Florida,
to the County .Indues of Dade County,
anil file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 7M.M, Florida
statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six ialeiidiir months from
the time of the first pubMlcaUon
hereof, or the sun.' will he barred.
Dated al Miami, riniida. this Und
dai Of Api II, A.D. IMS,
in \ PEIDEN
As Executrix
First inii.iieaiii.il of Uiis notice on
r,n, daj of April. 1963
ALAN R. LORBER
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il'" l.ininln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
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provided In Bectlon TS3.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
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heri of, or the same "ill be barre*
Dated al Miami. Florida, this tnd
das of April. A.D. IMS
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nth ilnv of April. IMS
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Section C
The Philosophic Basis for the Passover Observance
. We should recall more strongly the profound
moral leadership of Moses, the intense Jewish desire
for freedom and the excitement of a nation in the
making.
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not only because of its religious
importance; it also helps us focus
on the image of the greatest
iJjfw.'jn history, Moses.
The noted Hebrew philosopher
Ahad Ha-Am, in his brilliant es-
say entitled "Moses." writes that
"on the threshold of Jewish his-
tory the- figure of MOses, the
greatest of our national heroes,
stands like a pillar of light. As
1 read the Haggadah, on Pass-
over eve, his image hovers over
me and lifts me to a higher
plane."
You cannot begin to discuss
the history of the Jewish people
without important reference tc
Moses. He was a man who lea
the Hebrews for 40 years in the
wilderness of Sinai and it was
during that time that the Jews
became a people. And it is be-
cause Moses and Jewish people-
hood are intermingled in the
story of Passover, that Passover
is in a unique way the prime na-
tional holiday of the Jews.
Festival of Freedom
Thus, while the Seder and the
Haggadah are described and
talked about in detail during
Passover, we should remember
that these are really surface
manifestations of a holiday which
has extraordinary depth. A con-
temporary scholar in compara-
tive religion, Dr. Theodor H.
Gaster, in his little book entitled
Passover, stresses the meaning
ot the holiday to all people, and
not to Jews alone.
Passover, he says, 'is seen to
reflect in the successive stages
of its development those of
Men's elemental quest for free-
dom. It starts as a festival ol
physical freedoma crude and
primitive ceremony designed to
free men, from year to year,
lrom the hurt and hazard of life
and the mischief of nature. It
develops into a festival of social
freedom, commemorating the
liberation of a particular people
from bondage. And it endsif
end it doesas the festival of
human freedom, celebrating the
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ideal of liberty itself, of which
that liberation is but a symbol."
In the United Stateswhere
liberty is cherished and holidays
of liberation are marked with
great intensityPassover is cele-
brated by Jews with great Joy
and it is recognized by non-Jews
as a major Jewish holiday.
Moral Leadership
Contemporary Jewish writers,
novelists and poets alike, utilize
the Passover Seder as a focal
point of Jewish discovery and
self-discovery. It is a family
holiday thanks, of course, to the
Seder which becomes a tradition-
al reunion as well as a feast.
Even Passover foods are rapid-
ly gaining enormous acceptabil-
ity in the entire Jewish society.
"Kosher for Passover" delica-
cies, are sold widely and are on
the fringe of becoming over-
commercialized. While we may
decry this strong commercializa-
tion, we must recognize that it
is due. in part, to the magnetic
attraction of the holiday itself
and its meaning to the Jewish
community.
Too frequently, we overlook
the deeper symbolism of Pass-
over, which is really a holiday
marking Jewish nationhood and
religious freedom. Instead, we
emphasize the reading of the
Haggadah, the Four Questions,
and the cuteness of the young-
est member of the family who
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Page 5-C
Klutznick Eyes Our Relations With Israel
By PHILIP M. KLUTZNICK
|N tt.y two years of intimate
* concern with events inside
the Administration, affecting
American-Israel relations, I
found no gap between President
Kennedy's views as he stated
them earlier and his earnest and
dedicated performance as our
nation's Chief Executive.
As a consequence, I am sad-
dcr.td by rumors attending
my recent resignation. In
the I'nglish Jewis press in
Canada, the U n it e d King-
dom and Israel, and through
some iitorial comment in the
United States, it was suggested
that the real cause of my resig-
nation was my alleged dissatis-
taction with the Administration's
attitude toward Israel. Such
rumor.1, are complete and un-
lounded nonsense. In a matter
so vita], I would not play fast
and loose with either the Ad-
ministration or the Jewish com-
munity In spite of problem*
that have arisen and may again
arise, I am proud to have been
associated officially with the Ad-
ministration. I am convinced
that President Kennedy is per-
forming in the best interests of
the United States and in keep-
ing with a positive, progressive
and constructive policy in Amer-
ican Israel relationships.
Let there be no illusions
about my official role. Mv dut-
ies as t U.S. Abbassador in the
United Nations concerned econ-
omic, social and financial mat-
ters. The politically surcharg-
ed item of American-Israel rela-
tions was never assigned to me
either at the Permanent Miss-
ion or during General Assembly
sessions. Whatever I did in that
regard was informal, either at
the request of my superiors or
at my own suggestion. But I
was always guided by their pro-
prieties of relationship within a
government.
Moving Maturity
It has been an edifying exper-
Philip M. KlursniCR. it a former
U.S. Ambasuidor to tlir United \'.r
turns? a post from which he recently
resigntfL to return to his active role
as a leader of :'-e American Jewish
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the three in the cover before him. The larger part is wrapped
in a napkin and hidden to use as the "Afikomon" (dessert).
iencc for me to watch the Amor
ican-Jewish community for the
first time in yeSrs from a rela-
tively detached vantage point.
No less interesting has been the
opportunity to observe the per-
formance of Israel and its diplo-
matic corps at close quarters,
and in its natural habitat, where
we met as fellow diplomats, cacli
with unalloyed commitment to
serve different though friendly
countries.
It is my conclusion that the
State of Israel and its personnel
have matured and grown rap-
idly both in their understanding
and in their performance in the
international arena. On the
other hand, the American-Jew-
ish community seems to be
floundering. We are still trying
to understand our own role with-
in this our own country and in
our relationship to Israel and
other Jewish communities of theh
world. This is not a criticism.
It is a sincere observation made
in good faith out of the hope that
we can do something about it.
There is an enormous reaction
in our Jewish community when
incidents involved in American-
Israel relationships arise. There-
fore, trying to anticipate and to
understand this relationship may
be the very key to an accelerat-
ed maturity as well as a more
effective role for the American
Jewish community For all prob-
Continued-on Pag* 13-C
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The Fate of Judaism on British Television
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
| ON DON Should the British
Broadcasting Corporation be
allowed to satirise religion on its
networks?
This question has arisen as a
result of a satirical program,
dedicated to the debunking ot
authority, the exposure of cant
and the deflating of pomposity.
This satirical program, called
"That Was The Week That Was."
screened on television at the peak
listening hour of Saturday night.
pokes fun at the Government,
ridicules individual ministers,
lampoons industry", farming, big
business and all hallowed insti-
tutions, and does not even spare
the royal family. Nobody seems
to mind very' much and a good
time is had by all. The British
can take such things and enjoy
them. It used to be done on the
music hall stage; it is now done
on television.
Exclusive Club
But last time the prosr-am
took-off" the great religions of
the worldand a terrific rum-
pus has started. It presented
the religions of the world on the
lines of the investigations in the
famous consumers' magazine.
Which? This magazine examines
goods from the consumer.*' point-
of-view and advises on the mer-
its or deficiencies of foodstuffs,
clothing, household equipment
and so on. So the television pro-
gram examined the religions in
this vein. It, dealt within order
of seniorityBudhism. Judaism,
the Catholic Church. Church of
England and Islam. It had even
a go at the non-Conformist
churches, and it included a skit
on Communism, treating it
rightly, perhapsas a religion
and not a political creed
About Judaismand this is my
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to
'recite %
T3tJ
The key to the Seder ceremony is me recital of rhe Passover
story which includes "Man nishtanoh." the familiar "Four
Questions," asked by the youngest child..
main concern in this article
the program said that it was the
most exclusive club in the world;
that membership in this club im-
posed great strain; that one who
was not born into it should keep
out. On the purely practical
side, we were warned that Juda-
ism is rather expensive on crock-
ery.
Of the Church of England, the
program said that it was a very-
convenient outfitone puts in
nothing and gets out a great deal.
The other religions were dealt
with similarly. I have no room
to cite more examples, but these
few should give an idea of
what it was all about.
Now. the BBC. is a public
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typical British compromise which
works. The BBC. has just now-
celebrated its 40th anniversary,
and it is still going strong, de-
spite the appearance, a few
years ago, of independent tele-
vision channels. In radio, the
B.B.C. monopoly remains unchal-
lenged. The Government would
not license any private radio
companies.
But even the independent tele-
vision networks arc no competi-
tors for the B.B.C. The B B.C.
b an institution, and you cannot
compete with an institution.
And suddenlythis frivolity,
this irreverence, this naughty at-
titude to things which many peo-
ple consider holy. What has hap-
pened to the B.B.C? Respecta-
bility is supposed to be its hall-
mark. Indeed, its image is that
of a very respectable elderly
matron. This is not strictly true.
as I know from personal exper-
ience in broadcasting over many
years. The B.B.C. is full of peo-
ple with original minds, ad-
vanced social ideas, and a keen
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sense of humor to boot. But
C there is that image, and the pub-
lic expects institutions to live up
to their image.
Controversy Over Offense
So what do people do when
they arc outraged by the B.B.C.
They telephone and they write
to the press. Indeed, there was
a flood of letters to the news
papers, and there was a great
deal of telephoning, on the same
night and afterwards, to the
B.B.C, where a patient and po-
lite lady registered all protests
for submission to higher author-
ity.
But was the program really ot-
fensive? Did it depart from the
standards of good taste? Should
not religion have been left
alone?
This is where the controversy
startedand it is still raging. It
seems, however, that some peo-
ple, including obscrveri of all
the religions concerned, did en-
joy the program, had a good
laugh and did not think it in.
sulting at all.
For years, the B.B.C. barred
religion on its lighter programs.
Religion was a matter for ser-
ious treatment on suitable oc-
casions, such as broadcasts by
clergymen on religious festivals,
(including a traditional broad-
cast by the Chief Rabbi on the
eve of the High Holidays). The
assumption had been that you
can have fun at the expense of
ministers of the crown, but not
at the expense of minister of
the church.
And now this.
The B.B.C. says, through its
official spokesman, that the 15-
year-old ban on references to re-
ligion has not been dropped. The
same ban, by the way, excludes
sex and political parties as sub
jeets for ridicule. However, a
satirical program is different.
Friendly leg-pulling is not insult-
ing; humorists cannot be direct-
ed how to laugh, otherwise their
humor would be killed stone
dead, and people would switch
off.
Opinions Among British Vary
This brings me to the British
Jews. Many of them were wor-
ried lest the new freedom for
the poking of fun at religion
bring in its wake some tasteless
"Jewish" jokes on other pro-
grams, and thus help to foster
anti-Semitism.
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Friday. April 5. 1963
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YOU'RE toc d yoa thick
there M only cce ay m
hich Jeis celebrate Passover
Art_a2y there are as many
ii;< as there are distinct Jew-
.--. :-:-- --_-.<.- throughout the
aorid The basic theme is the
-ixf-'.: exoehis from Egypt
and :he re>ase from bondage
but the customs vary
For example, in the town of
Oumieb. deep in the Sahara, the
Seder lasts only five minutes!
Before it begins, the eldest mem-
ber of the family, on his return
from the synagogue, takes a long
wooden staff and marches back
and forh in front of his home
As he does so. he say; "I came
from Egypt: I am going to Jeru-
salem!"
And in reply, the members of
I family says. Le-;bar.a ha-
baah b'yerushalayim." ("Next
year in Jerusalem!">
When the head of the house-
hold gets :o "K'ha Lachama."
the selection which opens the
Passover narrative, he raises the
copper trey, touching everyone's
head with it as he walks around
the table
Customs Vary
When the food i meat and dates
stuffed with meat i is served, it is
eaten quickly, after which grace
il said For safety's sake, (to
keep desert animals out. per-
haps* the Saharan Jews omit the
practice of opening the door for
the prophet Elijah and therefore
do not say the verse beginning.
Pour out thy wrath .*'
To the northwest, in Morocco.
Passover customs are consider-
ably different, although there is
one which has a Saharan coun-
terpart: At the Seder, while the
Haggadah is read, the head of
the household lifts the ceremon-
-
BLESSING OVER MATZO
The traditional benediction (Mo'ta: is recited, then a syecjl
MaMfeBf. for the matte. Each person eits two pieces cf maUO,
broken from the top ar.d middle xrutzos in the cove.
ial platter and circles it around
the head of each person pres-
ent. In so doing, he says. In
panic did we depart from Egypt."
In Morocco. Pa-sover is known
to the r.on-European Jews as
Liel al-ras"the night of the
headbecause on that night Jews
eat the heads of lambs. This
custom probably commemorates
the sacrifices in the temple in
Jerusalem, although it is well
known that the Arabs and other
Middle Eastern peoples consider
lambs' head a delicacy.
When the Haggadah reading
is completed, each person takes
a staff, on each of which a small
knapsack has been tied, and
rushes out of the house, shout-
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Everyone makes sure o tak<
a piece of afikoman with them I
the end of the Seder. In fac.
Moroccan Jews never smb.
on a journey unless they h
the afikoman with them 7
believe that their chanc- of a
safe return arc enhanced then
by and that they can even a
a Btormy tea b> tasting
board if necessary.
House Claanins
They also have a cu 9m
\olving a salt that ha a ami]
practice in Libya. In Vorocco.
after the first day of Passover,
when the counting of the Omer
starts, salt is placed on the Holy
Ark in the synagofn*. Each
member of the congregation
takes a small amount home w:th
him and keeps it until tr
ing ends on Sha\ m',50
er. They believe that the salt
protects them from the evil eye.
In Libya, salt is distributed to
each person at the Seder ani. -
in Morocco, is kept until Shavuot.
The Libyan Jews' reason for this
is the Biblical .r.junction: "On
all of your sacrifices, sacrifice
salt."
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"That it would impress even the
most particular American house-
wife. It brings results too: In
1948, when a typhus epidemic
broke'out in Tripoli, Libya, there
was not a single Jewish victim.
As you move further south,
you meet Jews who actually per-
form a Passover sacrifice as was
done when the temple stood in
Jerusalem. (The Samaritans, a
sect closely aligned with but not
identical with Judaism, perform
an elaborate Passover sacrifice
every year on Mt. Gerizim, near
Nablus, for which both Israel and
Jordan waive the current border
restrictions to allow all Samari-
tans to attend.)
There is one Jewisn commun-
ity situated on the edge of the
Libyan desert that sacrifices a
lamb and eats it on the second
day of Passover.
, Among the Falashas
Similarly, the Falashasthe
Jewish tribe that lives in north-
ern F.thiopiaslaughter a lamb
[Tor Passover, sacrifice it and eat
j| during the first night of the
holiday, amidst prayers and
gongs that last throughout the
rii-zht.
They also prepare for the holi-
day by cleaning their homes
thoroughly and by burning all
eaven. During the holiday,
which lasts seven days (as in Is-
rael)' they eat Matzot called
kwita" and refrain from work
in the first and seventh day of
Passover.
The most elaborate Passover
rituals of all oriental Jewish
(immunities are to be found
among the Yemenites. During
the centuries of their isolation in
the southwestern part of the
Arabian peninsula, they devel-
oped a .host of intricate ceremon-
ies and folkways connected with
.11 of the Jewish holidays.
In the case of Passover, for
example, they divide the pre-
paration on Matzot into a series
it clearly defined stages each
>t which is assigned to a specific
group; one to women only, an-
Dther to young girls, to men and
'Women and another to men
alone.
The Seder itself takes about
two hours. There is a special
incantation by which it is chant-
ed that is similar to the one the
Yemenite used in studying the
Mishna. (This conforms with
the origin of the Passover Hag-
gadah, which was compiled dur-
ing the Mishnaic period.)
Incidentally, in spite of all the
"ork that is put into preparing
+jmt&> norkffan
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At Yemenite Seder
On both occasions, members
of the family sit on the floor with
two pillows at each person's
left. The youngest boy is called'
to ask the four questions, after
which he is requested to repeat
them in Arabic.
Actually, the Arabic questions
differ from the Hebrew ones.
They include a capsule summary
of the entire Haggadah and are
believed to have been composed
for the benefit of the Yemenite
women, many of whom do not
understand Hebrew well enough
to follow the Haggadah.
If the boy recites well, he is
rewarded with a hard boiled
egg, but he is not allowed to
eat it until the appropriate time
in the Seder (known as Shulchan
Orach'.
The low Seder table on which
the ceremonial platter and the
wine is kept is moved aside dur-
ing the reading of the Haggadah.
However, it is returned to its
place for "Kama Maalot Tovot
. ." after which everyone gets
a grip on it and raises it off the
ground while chanting 'Day-
enu."
The menu at a Yemenite Sed-
er: a variety of hard boiled egg
recipes, roasted meat, Matzot
and 'Ja'alah"a dessert made
from seeds.
There is no cup for Elijah the
Prophet and the door is not
opened for "Pour out thy wrath
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This is not surprising in-
asmuch as scholars say this cus-
tom was introduced in the Mid-
dle Ages, probably in response
10 the b'H>d libels of that time.
Since the Yemenite Jews were
practically isolated from the rest
of Jewry then, it is understand-
able that their Hasgadah does
MM include that passage.
Moving northeastward into
tail ire find the Persian Jews
celebrating Passover in large
groups, usually in the courtyard
the "Mullah'" lreligious lead-
er'
In the Caucasus
For the 24 hours preceding
the start of Passover, all first
horn boys and girls fast in trib-
ute to the Ar.gel Of Death's
haxing passed over' the house;
of the Hebrews when he slew
the Egyptian first born during
the tenth plaque
yskisg the tastiest and the
most ortar-lflu loot lag Haroset
is something all Persian Jews vie
M accomplish ar-.-'. ever, the men
pitch ki M :r. crease the chance
:: Dadfeag tlM BMM B>BeiOUS
eaoaMaattoa at tnat, eafts and
a kH
.- -he CautaiBM,
Jes stir Roar for
Malt ar. the first daj t Pass-
ate* As ast.y; Yemenite
leas at bag- Ifataai n social
.:> whach crerj mm v -
a spaeifk task accordance
aft i x- x.
I tJnSBfje the Caaeasiaa Jews
in :: :: :. ro-_t :. .-; i_ the
t jobs' a thesr bosses be-
tare the aalatay aal ab-
s:rve the >-_>%-r. :' >*...r- .:
as c?: rcr.-.pea ."<
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throughout the week of Pass-
over. They also enjoy a salad
with -mall pieces of Matzot mix-
ed in it during the holiday per-
iod
At the Seder, which is held in
the presence of the "Hicham
r<: i its leader 1 the men wear
I their waists and
carry rds The> sit togeth-
- th the am ia lam straight
rows on either side of an elab-
orately w rug on which the
Seder dishes and cacdelabras are
set
When the Hicham reads "ia
ever, generation each BUM assM
- I rr. himself as :'. he persoc-
srparasd turn Egypt."' one
<4 the ycune men takes some
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and walks about the roor sim.
ing it to each person.
As he does so. he cxp-iuu in
the language ^p--^. n by the Cau-
casian jews that this u the way
our forefather- led E^yptso
hurriedly that Ihej did Bat have
t:^e to let the yeast nse :n their
bread, and he maker seven]
quick rowemer.'- ia rder to lay
stress on the r.jnvdly."
After this, a hoy it chosen, is
ed m old tattered clothes
izd Ls given a knapsack and a
long staff wiib which he if sent
tide.
He then ha^ U plead th the
- to kri hta reton by a.-
swrmr them at his puncttllDa>
csi effaaerring Jeauh reli-
_ Ba .*>
Ek*>c P'<'ices
F.r-iliy. when the aduHl art
convinced of good b-oavia
the boy teiis them that he I -
tt-i\eier yost ret.rf.-i from Jenv
-ir= He then is readmitted
- ais > --.:.-. nagiD*
to teil e-.T->t<- the latest
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1- B^k-tLira c :on-
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bliday Customs in Question and Answer
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it it that on the first two
ght* of Passover the Kid-
dush is not recited during
-,e evening service at the
.-nagogue as is dene on every
riday night and festival
i rening of the year?
. the first place the Kiddush
Passover Eve is part of the
Her and the Seder is a ritual
takes place in the home.
>ui(i there be a Seder at the
lupogue itself the Kiddush
uiii be recited at the Seder
le at the synagogue. Thus it
BOi recited at the altar as is
ai on Friday or other festival
Ms,
fondly, according to the gen-
y accepted view that the
bush was originally introduc-
jui'.o the synagogue service on
day and Festival nights be-
ie of the poor wayfarers who
bo place to eat but at the
-.cogue, this reason would not
i/ on the eve of the Pass-
because the poor are ex-
ted to do all in their power
hi ire wine and provision for
sever eve so that they may-
part in the necessary ritual
i.. Seder. Communities were
iy obliuated to provide the
,\ith enough* wineas well
. :ncr needsso that they
u: have enough to take care
!.-m for the Passover.
is the "Charoteth?"
'- "Charoseth" is a dish
ii is a mixture prepared
iruit>. apples, nuts, pome-
ates, cinnamon, wine* and
times vinegar. This is
into a paste into which the
r herbs are dipped during
Seder ceremony. The fa-
; Rokeach (Eleazer) stated
the various species of fruits
oned in the Song of Songs

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THE MEAL
The holiday mtal is now served. Though festive, it usually
starts with an egg dipped in salt water; the egg, a symbol of
nouming, is a reminder of the destruction of the Holy Temple.
more bearable. There are those
who claim that the appearance
of the mixture is symbolic. Its
roughness, caused by the nuts
and the nard truit ot the apple
make it resemble the rough sur-
face of the bricks. Its forma-
tion, pressed together like a pad,
resembles the form of clay used
in making bricks. Its thickness
resembles the density of the
mould made for bricks. Some
make it red by using the wine,
or soft and spongy to resemble
the blood that was spilt in our
persecution. There are those
who claim that the apples are
used to remind us of the passage
in the song of songs which reads
"under the apple tree have I
awakened thee
Songs 8:5).
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Why are eggs customarily eaten
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on Passover Eve?
A numner ot reasons have been
advanced. Some see in it a sym-
bol of mourningeither because
there was death during the Ex-
odus from Egyptor because of
the fact that the First night of
Passover is always the same day
of the week as the eve of Tisha
B'Ab which commemorates the
destruction of the Holy Temple
in Jerusalem This, of course,
tempers our happiness with sob-
riety, as is so often the case in
Continued on Page 16 C
m.-i:ed to make up tne inaro-< 1 is the purpose of the "Char-ftstth?" nous reasons are given. It of them indicate a practi-l-irpose. Others indicate a "oiic purpose for the Char-1 Some claim that the kseth was used in order to <> the worms or counter-ml* toxins that may be pres-Bo the bitter Herbs. Some To Our Many Friends and Patrons Greetings HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue THE BEST OF FOODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parking
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Continued from f*g* 10-C
but do not eat it. of course, un-
til they have burned all their
leaver, the day befoje Passover.
Instead of using %. platter or
tray for the Passover symbols,
the? use a special cloth which,
when "K ha Lachma Anya"
,Th-< is poor bread) fs recited,
is lifted up by each person tak-
ta| bold ot its edges.
The head of the household
reads ore section of the Hag-
c.ni.ih a: I :ime. making sure to
trattsiate each part so that
everyone understands what he
is read.::; In similar fashion,
the youngest boy recites the four
quest:or.>. with a translation af-
ter each query.
These are some of the many
Passover customs practiced by
Jewish communities' that we in
the West consider exotic. It i
true, of course, thai, these tradi-
tions are disappearing inasmuch
ss most of the Jews who lived
in the places described above
have gone to Israel since 1^48
Nevertheless, there i> no such
thing as a 100 percent emigra-
tion. There are always a few
(or in some cases quite a few)
who stay behind ana insofar as
tte authorities who govern, the

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HIDDEN
pa:*
It is now time to eat the hidden half matzo, the "AfikomoV
(dessert). It is a playful custom for the youn$sters to have
"stolen" it and to request a gift for its return.
countries in which these Jews
have lived for centuries refrain
from obstructing the pre-crva
tion of these ancient traditions,
a traveler can still see them ob
served in Pas>o\er.
The Multi Faceted Appeal of Passover
Continued from Page 4-C
tion makes the whole world km.
Similarly, in communities
throughout our country, nor.-
Jewi are attending model Seders
and savoring both the festive na-
ture of the observance tad the
delicious idea of liberty which
is its theme.
When morale was low in Korea.
Chaplain Louis Barish (editor of
the book. "Rabbis in Uniform
of men of the 8fh Army A
number of generals were on
hand, along with a bigwig from
the National Jewish Welfare
Board, which makes so many re
Imous observances possible for
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After the ceremony was ca>
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sembled men in effec- that
matzos on The general
ed his sentiment* ir. the f(
a prayer, saying:
'May the ancient druggie
freedom, which the Pas
symbolizes, inspire us all to
increasing devotior. to
same ideals for which we s
in our day. With faith in
and w ith the spirit I
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+Jewlsti nortdlinn
Page 13-C
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Eutznick Eyes Our Relations With Israel
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Continued from Page 5-C
s are by no mean* solved.
now, we know that region-
i-nsions like those in the Mid-
Kast are more difficult, if
impossible, of solution, so
L as the struggle between the
! and the East is unresolved
unstabilized. There is just
much room for competition
Temporary favors sought and
Inted by competing sides to
Tiit solid and lasting solutions.
c are living in an unusual
;h. Big Powers possess the
atest and most destructive
tary strength in history. But
mains virtually immobilized
le Big Powers compete for
small, weak, and poor na-
The meek have truly in-
ited the earth. Any sane and
sor.able attitude toward Amcr-
-. brae] relationships must
ect intelligently on this real-
Whether we approve of cer-
relationships or not, it must
expected that our nation, in
own national interest, will
main friendly and helpful
acts with many nations, ln-
[ng not only Israel but Arab,
can. Latin American and
n states, which appear to
it such consideration. The
e of the world requires it.
Both States Sovereign
other aspect is self-evident
bears repetition. On many
is, Israel aligns herself with
West (she has one of the
if not the best, records of
lg on the same side as the
ed States in the United Na-
among non-treaty states)
Israel is sovereign and, as
acts as she should in what
onsiders her own best inter-
It is no less true of our
nation. Israel is not a sat-
of the United States or of
West; nor is the United
s a satellite of Israel. Both
ns are blessed with able,
{gent and energetic leader-
Where energy, intelligence
ovenunt are present, poss-
s for occasional differ-
ariseeven while the fun-
ntal relationship is sound
friendly.
again, the United States
tins relationships with
friendly nations, some of
are unfriendly to one an-
The Israel-Arab situation
unique. In an overwrought.

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The Seder conclude* with pnyen and sonS5 of thanksgiving,.
praise and rcjoidng. *
.
exceedingly tense and fluid
world, we must expect momen-
tary incongruities. These are
usually passing phases with lit-
tle impact on long term inter-
ests and more profound mutuali-
ties.
The closest friends among the
nations of the world go through
periods of disagreement, and
foes find moments of agreement.
Consequently there is always
the possibility that differences
can arise between the govern-
ments of the United States and
Israel. When, in the judgments
of the governments of states that
are friendly, national interests
conflict, it is not tragic so long
as basic and fundamental rela-
tionships remain sound.
It is dangerous to elect the
role of a prophet, but our people
have a tradition that encourages
the Jew to try to prophecy.
There are several areas that in
the future could bring about mom-
entary or ephemeral differences
between the United States and
the State of Israel, even with
as friendly and understanding an
administration as that headed by
President Kennedy. I would
hope that this will not happen
but, in today's world, anything
can happen. Let us examine a
few possibilities for a moment.
This Administration believes
deeply in the right and the duty
of a state to defend itself from
Continued on Page 14-C
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less they are allied with
ly and informally. This
loses some of its steam
aid is approached from
ll point of view. The
iStates is the richest and
jwerful nation in the
Like a rich and power-
Ividual, it has some re-
ity to those less fortu-
tow and to what extent
targes this is within its
itrol. But, if it acts for
I reasons alone, the de-
may be self-defeating.
I philanthropy distribut-
jself-aggrandisement loses
so foreign aid used
friendships rarely sue-
e other hand, one must
ft- recognize that if lor-
^M i strengthens a country,
|fl ded strength can be used
I er or for worse. A na-
I icerely trying to develop
I tally has little time and
I puree for military adven-
I (ell defense is all it can
I t best. Some states have
learned this truth.
I [eve that the hope for
I n the world depends on
I ration of the economic
I cial standards of many
This is a fundamental
e of the United Nations
It has symbolized the
ol the United States in
| t-war era. It can be hon-
gued whether aid extend-
ertain Arab states will
e ege of their antagon-
ard Israel or feed the
f their hostility. But it
disputed that the pres-
a constructive U.S. in-
should tend to lessen no-
oubles.
Cartful Relation
Is a disturbing problem.
[state that proclaims bel-
aud threatens hostili-
>inst a neighbor is pro-
ud and credits, it is rea-
to assume that it is
fned to commit war even
he aid itself is directed
channels, a historic
of such situations will
Irate Uiat there are risks
lr aiding or withholding
dangerous world. On
the odds should favor
tun:; a constructive U.S.
il possible, and in ele-
Ehe economic and social
f: the people themselves.
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So long as the United States is
in the position of making choices
and decisions that could affect
the cause of peace and the in-
terests of the free world, ques-
tions will continue to arise as
to whether our policy at a giv-
en moment promotes the easing
or heightening of tensions in the
Middle East. We must be care-
ful to relate what happens to
policy objectives, to the degree
of caution that is exercised and
to the frequency of the review
of potentialities. Perhaps, un-
der such circumstances, any
open split involving friends of
Israel will be averted.
But actually, it is not these
dramatic and isolated issues that
provide the basic tests of Ameri-
can-Israel relations any more
than they do of U.S. relations
with many friends. The real
tests rest on far more funda-
mental matters than votes in the
United Nations or whether a lit-
tle more or a little less aid
should or should not have been
given to a country not friendly
to Israel or whether solutions
for the Arab refugee problem
should be sought in one way or
another openly or clandestinely.
The real question is will a great
Power help a relatively new and
struggling small state to main-
tain its independence and its
sovereignty if its security is en-
dangered and will it help that
state overcome an adverse econ-
omic balance so it can escape
national poverty?
In these matters of real life
or death I speak with complete
conviqtion. The independence
and security of Israel are an ele-
ment of the United States for-
eign policy. This is not a new
policy. But in recent months
it passed the acid test The
Page ISC
United States has never provid-
ed major arms assistance to the
State of Israel. Other countries
have .done .so. There has been
occasional provision of small
facilities but, assentially, it has
been the position of the United
States that, while it supports the
independence and security of Is-
real should it be in danger, others
must provide the hardware with
which to do it. When the Presi-
dent of the United States openly
and frankly conceded that there
was a prospect of a perilous
change in the delicate balance
of military power in the Middle
East, he ordered that Israel re-
ceive the Hawk, the prize West-
ern defense missile.
Extemporaneous Recording
I was among those privileged
to be in Washington to listen to
President Kennedy explain what
he proposed. As usual, it was
an extraordinarily busy day for
him. He excused himself from
a major international meeting
long enough to see a small group
of Jewish leaders. It is regret-
table that his statement was ex-
temporaneous and no recording
was made. Briefly, in excellent
prose and with perfect logic, he
traced the history of the United
States policy and commitments
in the Middle East. He then an-
nounced his determination to
provide the Hawk to redress
what might appear to be a de-
veloping and dangerous lack of
military balance.
Other than President Truman's
prompt recognition of Israel on
its birth, this is the highlight in
the relationship between the
United States and Israel. In
something more than words it
expressed the United States vital
concern with Israel's security.
This is a severe and meaningful
test of genuine friendship.
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Holiday Customs in Question and Answer
Continued from Pago 11-C
Jewish rejoicing. Some consid-
er the egg as a means of em-
phasizing that there were two
sacrifices eaten on the night of
the Passoverthe Paschal Lamb
and the Holiday offering called
"Chagigah." Thus two protein
sources are placed on the plate
the shankbone representing the
Paschal Lamb and the egg rep-
resenting the "Chagigah."
Some consider the egg as a
svmbol of spring since its fresh
appearance symbolizes the grow-
ing things which come into
bloom with the advent of the
spring seasonthe season of the
Passover. A most interesting
explanation is the one which
considers an egg as the symbol
of the type of deliver
salvation we achieved u
or at other occasions
The
very of fowl ls unllkc ,
living species because whll.
er species give birth to
ished being, the fowl (,nlv
birth to an egg which is Lz
to hatch into a living |L
They were slaves
unto Pharoah
They fled in
haste from Egypt

He passed over
their houses
He caused the
Red Sea to open
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Section D
he traditional way to make a Seder
i
CANDlfS are
lighted liy llir
in o I li r r of I h c
liou-e lo usher in
lK<- festival el Pass-
ovrr. The Isrncdic-
lion which she pro-
nounces over the
candles given a re-
ligious meaning to
thin simple act. An
abundance o( light
symbolize* joy and
festivity, and the
eft candle-glow
add* an aura of
spirituality lo the
Seder table.
2
A CUP OP WIN!
i* placed al each
table "riling. The
anctification of
the Holiday is pro-
nounced over the
first cup. Three ad-
litional cups are
drunk during the
course of the
Seder, making a
total of four, to
symbolize the four
expression* of the
Lord's promise to
redeem the chil-
dren of Israel ami
deliver Ihi-m from
bondage.
3
THIKAOOAOAH
I literally "the tell-
ing") contains the
complete Seder
ceremonies in their
prescribed order
(ititt). The firi
part of the book,
concerned mainly
with the story of
the J*ws" deliver-
ance from Egypt,
is read liefore the
meal. After dinner
follows the second
portion consisting
of prayers of praise
and thanks to the
Almighty.
4
MATZOH repre-
sents the "bread of
affliction" eaten by
the Jews in Egypt,
and also the bread
that had to be baked
during their hasty
flight when there
was no time for
leavening. Three
matzot are placed
in the Seder tray.
Half the middle
matioh, saved for
the Alikomon I des-
sert), is playfully
"stolen" by a child
and ransomed for a
prize.
5
THI Z'ROAH.
a roasted shank
bone, is placed on
the Seder tray. 11
represents the an-
cient sacrifice of
the Paachal lamb
(Ptsach) which
had to be eaten
roasted. Pesach, the
Hebrew name for
Passover, also re-
fers to the Lord's
passing over fpos-
arh ) thejewish
homes during the
plague visited upon
the Egyptian first-
born,
6

THE IEITZAH.
a roasted egg
placed left of the
/'roah. symliolize*
the re|uireil offer-
ing brought on all
festival" in the
Temple. The e,tg,
while not itself sac-
rificed, is used in
the Seder as it i-
tlie Jewish symbol
( mourning < in
mis case for tin
loss of the Tempi)
where the a>
r i f i i i flr
tiivugiat.
7
THE MAROR
or "bitter herbs"
usually horserad-
ish I is placed in
the middle of the
tray and symbol-
izes the Jews' bit-
ter suffering under
the Egyptian yoke.
Directly below is
the Chaztrtth, an-
other piece of bit-
ter herbs, com-
memorating the
custom of rating
Maror sandwiched
between I no pities
f Uatzoh.
8
THE CHAROSET,
placed beneath the
'I'roah, is a mix-
lure of chopped
apple, nuts, cinna-
mon, and wine de-
signed to look like
the mortar used by
the Jews in build-
ing the palaces anil
pyramids of Egypt
during centuries of
forced labor. Be-
fore the Maroi is
eaten, it is dipped
ii,,o the ChaiuHt.
9
THE KARPAS,
a piece of parsley
or lettuce placed to
the left of the
Charostl, symbol-
izes the meager
diet of the Jews in
Egyptian bondage.
It is dipped into
salt water in re-
membrance of the
tears they shed in
their misery." The
Karpas also signi-
fies Springtime,
the season of Pass-
over.
10
THE CUP OF ELI-
JAH, filled with
wine, is kept on
the table through-
out the Seder in
the hope that the
Prophet Elijah
may appear as a
messenger of the
Almighty and an-
nounce the coming
of the Messiah.
Thus, In the midst
of their memories
of the past, the
Jews look forwaril
to the day of uni-
versal peace, love,
and brotherhood.
STEP-BY-STEP EXPLANATION OF THE RITUAL TO BE FOLLOWED
IXc
ow to
V,
Passover meant many things
-symbolic, historic, tradi
religious. The Seder is
"'it of the Passover ob-
<' bl many hours ol
jhoughi and preparation must go
proper arrangement of
: ime before the advent ol
hl' >' iliday. Following are qui -
md answers designed to
explain some of the more nii-
' preparations for Pass
over
Q- What is Uje basic dietary
ipulation on which Passover
,(*? Preparation and use is bas-
ed.'
* A ban on the use of Cha
*1*- This is a general term for
re DC* re
Lfoitr <_J~~lome tor {celebration of ^assover
all leavened loods. Foods anil
drinks made Irom wheat, rye.
barley, oats, millet, as well as
derivatives Of these grains, are
subject t o the laws of Chametz.
Uice. corn, peas and all types ol
beans also are lorbidden for
Passover UM. Grain vinegar
would be an example of a de-
rivative food which is Chametz.
Q. How much Chametz in a
particular food makes it unfit for
Passover use?
A. Any amount. One must
not eat or have any Chametz our
ing the entire Passover period,
whether in the natural state,
processed form or a mixture.
O. To what time may Cha-
metz be eaten this year?
A. Chametz may not be eaten
this year after 9:30 a.m.. Oi
Erev Pesach. which this year is
Monday, Apr 8.
Q. Are fresh fruits and vege-
tables kosher for Passover?
(Other than legumes beans,
corns, peas, etc.).
A. Fresh fruits and vegetables
are kosher at all times. Food
which is prepared or processed
commercially in any way may
not be kosher tor Passover. The
only assurance that packaged,
processed foods and other pro-
ducts are kosher for Passover is
certification by recognized rab-
binic authorities, indicated by a
label or emblem ui SUCb rab
binic certification. Such Kosher
L'Pesach certification should be
clearly and unmistakably an au-
thentic part of the label printed
by the manufacturer directly on
the container or wrapper of the
product.
Q. What is the historic and
symbolic meaning of Matzoh?
A. When the children of Is
racl were finally permitted to
flee from slavery in ancient
Egypt, they left in such haste
that they had to bake iheir bread
without being able to wait for
the bread dough to become leav-
ened. As they began their long
journey to the Promised Land.
they ate matzoth unleavened
bread. In the Passover observ
ancc. Jews everywhere com-
memorate this Divine act of de-
liverance ol our people from
slavery.
Q. should dishes, utensils and
other kitchen and eating imple
ments be bought specifically lor
Passover use?
A. Such a procedure is tne
best assurance of complete ad-
herence to Passover regulations.
Under specified conditions and
if properly kashered. some uten-
sils used the rest of the year may-
be used during Passover. It is
suggested that the rabbi be ask-
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Old Religious Art at the Jewish Museum
. B*. BEATRICE ELLENOFF
THE Jewish Museum in N'ew
York celebrated the opening
of the new Albert A. List Build-
ing and the reopening of its pres-
ent quarter.-, the Warburg
Building, in February. The first
exhibitions in the combined faci-
lities were 'The Hebrew Bible
in Christian. Jewish and Muslim
Art" and The Silver and Juda-
ica Collection of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael M. Zasayski." The
Jewish Museum had been clos-
ed for eight months pending con- t
struetion of the new wing and
the refurbishing of its existing
quarters.
The Albert A List Building is
the result of a S525.000 grant
made by the Albert A. List
Family Foundation in February.
1961. The three story structure
is of reinforced concrete. 50 ft
by 50 ft. with an entrance court
yard. The three stories and
ba-ement connect to the War-
burg building on each floor. The
additional space will allow :
Museum to expand its exhibitions
to a significant degree.
Permanent Collection
The Jewish Museum was i
nally established at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Ameri-
ca to house an important collec-
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jects. Initial expansion occurred
16 years ago when Mrs Felix -
Warburg's gift of her family "Moses, a 12th century bronze, from the Ashmolean I
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at its present location. The ad-
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porary exhibitions of paintings,
sculpture and ceramics. In
1956. the need for ritual items
of artistic caliber for use in the
contemporary synagoeue and
titled "The Hebrew Eible in Christian. Jewish and Mus
Art" at the Jewish Museum.
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vJewislifhrXtian
Page 5-D
A Select Book List of Passover Reading
By HAROLD U. RIBALOW
AS we approach Passover and
look back upon Jewish Ut-
eri ry activity since Rosh Has-
!iona, we cannot help being im-
pressed by the wide variety of
^nth-quality books of Jewish in-
ires! that have been published in
:hi-i period.
Apparently, books by and about
k vs are finding an evcr-widen-
market and publishers are
eager to climb aboard the pop-
ilar bandwagon.
h'1 fiction published in this
period of time is qualitatively
ii^h. even though there have not
,. n many titles. The "big"
el of the year (which I dia-
led in an earlier feature ar
, f written just prior to Rosh
lashona) was Phil Roth's "Let-
in^ Go," although as time passes
i- more and more apparent
hat this novel, while it attract-
much critical notice, was
tcr-rated and its dilfuscness
ind vulgarity have persuaded
n. ny rea ers that it did not live
ip to Hnth's potential as a trea-
;i\ writer.
'he fiction published since
:hal time, if less ambitious, is
il least sharper, more acute and
m re memorable. A new young
ATiter, Bruce Jay Friedman, of-
us his first novel. "Stern."
It is a humorous and sharply
conceived book about anti-Semit-
ism and the effect of Jew-bait-
inc on a neurotic Jew who has
j nervous collapse when he
i: lizes he and his family are
.iot welcome in their suburban
-i -ihborhood. The subject is
seiious; the treatment impress-
i stic and the effect vivid.
s ern" marks the debut of a tal-
tntcd arrival on the American
lewish literary scene.
Fiction*lized Truth
Another young man who al-
<. civ has produced a substan-
tial body of work is James Yaffe.
:li; latest fiction is "Mister Mar-
Bolies," a ^hrewd. semi- serious,
'ettii-humoious narrative about a
I le-aged Jewish bachelor who
Aorks for his brother-in-law and
really not very pro !hi business. The crisis comes
li'n Mr. Margolies' nephew re-
[rora the army, takes an
role in the business and
challenges his uncle to prove
in t he is useful to the firm.
!h -its off a series of incidents
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and events which are both fun-
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the same time, easts a cold eye
on Jewish family relationships
and draws persuasive portraits
of various Jewish businessmen.
Altogether, this is a superior
performance by a polished pro-
fessional storyteller.
A third novel of enormous in-
terest for Jews was written by
a non-Jewish writer. The book
is "The Man Who Played God"
and the author is the noted for-
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John. The novel is a fictionaliz-
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There also has appeared in
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Diamond family, intermarriage,
relations between generations
and the Jewish community in
England.
Another interesting volume in
the fiction category is Israeli
Continued on Po* 12-D
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*, lewis* fhridicm
Korea, recited the "Four
[Questions."
In X Corps 600 men came off
I h |ine to celebrate Passover.
Who Seder was conducted by
chaplain si^man just 20 miles
\,( ,ht. main line of resistance.
IneulciwiU (ieneral .White mfr,
|iv.ni I" .i""! wi,h ,he mL'n m
|!',,r annual "I'ilsnmaKe tor
I Three Jewish nurses
I .ald iho story of the Exodus
I form, H"i> adding a most
ne feminine and poetic
l-ouch '" the <'r:imat,c Peantry
l,',i the Seder. Sergeant Freeman.
I ,;i seven months on the
I line "1 resistance and
I ( 12 patrols into no-
Lnan's land, took time out to re-
I |be "Four Questions."
Tin Marines, who were then
l.a'd to be chewing up the Chi
njoyed a much more pai-
laubic die! when they bit into
Ithe Passover ritual foods at the
Iscder conducted by Chaplain
Isobel.
Chaplain Norman Goldberg.
Lho covered the deep south of
Korea, and therefore was refer-
ire(i to as the "Miami Rabbi"
Lhen he came to Seoul, super-
Ivi>ed the observances in Pusan.
I Because the Korean Base Depot
Iat which supplies landed was m
Lhaplain Goldberg's domain,
Imatzo halls, a critical item in
[seoul. were available in greater
labundanie at the Seder.
Struggle for Freedom
At the 45th Infantry Division
I rear, where I conducted the 8th
lArmy Seder. Chief Warrant Of-
nicer Papcrno, wo looks like a
[Greek and speaks Yiddish with
| Sephardic accent, was the chief
[kosher supervisor. With my rab-
Ibinical approval and his super-
[viiition, even the Quartermaster
chicken \\;<> served kosher style.
I Master Sergeant Gantel, a bak-
er at the 48th Mobile Army Sur-
leical Hospital who generally pre-
pared my Sabbath chalah, made
|the matzo balls.
I was Hanked at the Seder
[table by Gen. Taylor. Gen. Bar-
Icus, the late Chaplain Luther
Jivans. then the 8th Army Chap-
[lain, and the late Col. Harry D.
jllenshel. then chairman of
[JWBs Armed Forces and Vet-
lerans Services Committee. In
Jhi? s-irrwm Seder address. Gen.
]Maxndl I) Taylor, then Com-
Imander ol the 8th Army, and now
[chairman. Joint Chiefs of Statt,
hummed up the feeling of all of
Ithe men in Korea when he said:
I '''} the ancient struggle of
mi. winch the Passover
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Pag 7-D
Sme 200 young Naval trainees, sailors and other military per-
sonnel, attend a huge Passover Seder sponsored by the Chi-
cago Aimed Services Committee of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board at the Bernard Horwich Jewish Community Center.
symbolizes, inspire us all to ever
increasing devotion to those same
ideals for wich we strive in our
day. With faith in God and
with the spirit of freedom ever
aglow in the hearts of men, we
will achieve a world of liberty
and peace for all mankind."
How to Prepare for Passover
Continued from Pge ID
eld about the proper procedures.
Q. May plastic tablecloths be
used?
A. Yes.
Q. Does the oven need spec-
ial cleaning''
A. Since the oven is used
throughout the year, it mu-t be
cleaned, scraped and burned out.
A fitting metal lining for the in-
terior is recommended. Special
metal plates should be placed
over the top of the range to pre-
vent contact with Passover uten-
sils. Consult the rabbi for in-
formation on how to do this.
Q. What is to be done with
Chametz which is not consumed
or disposed of before Passover?
A. Passover regulations re-
quire transfer of ownership of
such Chametz to a non-Jew via
an instrument called Shtar Mech-
irah. All leftover Chametz
should be placed in a spare
room, closet or trunk which is
then locked. All Chametz dishes
and utensils. after thorough
cleaning, also must be placed in
a special locked location. The
rabbi is then authorized to pre
pare a bill of sale and arrange
Continued on Page 9-D
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Under Ne* Management
The Ghetto: A Glance at Our Past History
T
By D*. ERNEST PHILIP
IN the narrow lanes and by-
mays of tbe old Jewish quar-
ter of maay a town, there grew
up that beautiful Jewish home
ihich. though its story is sel-
dom recorded, is more impor
taut than tbe outer events and
misfortunes that tbe historian'
have made note of. As we look
upon tbe unsightly bouses, the
wretched exterior seems to float
away and the touching hor
scenes of joy and love and reli-
gious constancy shine brilliant
forthperpetual lampsand
explain bow. in spite of misery
and oe. such as have fallen to
the lot of no other people, the
Jews have found -t- |tb to l:ve
aope or.
checker- -..- ry of the
people The darkr.ess and r
die
A;-- be -" : bj the
gh- ere com-
The ir.-t.tutior. of
htfb-valled ghetto with it=
entrance g2tes locked at 6 p m .
with its low cnimblir
most closely associated with
enel isolator, of the Jew-
rai a 'e-.erely restricted
tnct wi:h;r. a c:t> mtsJ k
.eh the Jews were not allow-
ed to live The outlook of
ghetto divided the universe
two: this world for the Gentiles
the hereafter for the Jew-
said Ben-Gunon in a speech de-
livered on An| IS, i*+"
Torch of Faith
But m those gloomy, tumble-
down houses, intellectual en-
deavors were at white heat. The
torch of faith blazoned clear in
tbem. In the abject, dishonore-.
sons of the ghetto were hidden
intellectual giants.

A street ;r. the new quarter of the Venitan Gr.et:;
The of the word
art the
etymological -.._- The
Jew.; of former da>v
explained it with bitter humor
by tracing it to the Hebrew word
"get.'" uhxh rr.ean- "separati -
or "'divorce
Ever, before the days of the
compulsory' ghetto, the Jews nat-
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urall> gathered together mix
felt more at eae
their om r. people and coui r
carry through their f cu
function Thus they av.ide<:
cruel inMilts and dangers v nich
would be inevitable had the;- In
ed scattered in a hostile com
muni;>.
Ghetto- were already t -tab
li'hed ir. the early Middle Aga
in many cities. The Spams!
towns of Toledo and Cortez m.-t:
tuted their own ghettos in 1480
The 16 the -Ghetto Century." It spread
from city to city, from provinc-
to province and there was scarce
b a spot in all Europe where
Jews were not herded together
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rating fixes. "Congestion,"
Israel Zangwill, in "The
of Jerusalem," was the
ieristic even of the ghetto
.aid. as is still to be seen
^ue, where the tragic hurl-
f countless gravestones in
staye of decrepitude and
.men! and at every angle
lension. almost suggest a
Ic for a place not in the
ii in the earth.'"
Fool Bigotry
ghetto of Rome was the
.,| symbol of all that was
l papal bigotry. Another
ghetto was established
ranktort-on-the-Maiii. It
,(| of a narrow Jews'
.ludengasse), only 12 feet
i which were thrust 4.000
>, distributed through 190
When the terrible fire of
pread, the worst ever in
,ii Gorman history, the
was completely destroy
rcat difficulties had to be
in. before the homeless
ere permitted to build it
..in mi top, there were
further restriction!
Ghetto in Prague was the
:mou- and ieasl restricted
111 .ill. In their own .-< i
il the beautiful, ancient
n Jews enjoyed an auton
life They had many
:ul synagogues, their own
all and guildhalls.
.Vealth in the Ghetto
Page 9-D
v ghetto had a few fain
ili, ho managed to escape
p. y Some were physicians
of'.i called by well-to-do Chris
tii despite the veto of the
Cl h. A small number, well
vi I in business, became ad-
vjs ol nobility. Others were
at !o lend large sums to prin-
ce- < iid Gentiles of the upper
cl. And did notto men-
tis, only two examplesAmsel
Hi r Rothschild, of the Roth-
icl financial dynasty come
froi Frankfort's Jews' Street?
Tb there was Mordecai Meisel,
oi Prague,.who. loaned consider-
ate sums to the emperor. But
w.v. he died childless, the em-
perw confiscated Meisel s
we. -h
I other medieval institution
n. .d the Jews better than
grit "o life. In summary, how-
evt the darkness of Jewish life
if Middle Ages was not with-
ol' relief Political and econ-
or restrictions were often not
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A street in the ancient Ghetto
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passed without any storm to dis-
turb the Jews' peace; the Sab-
bath and the holidays, the en-
gagements and marriages, the
Fair days and the Briththey all
brought their joys and made life
happy behind the high ghetto
wall-.
A Merry Spirit
Despite outer gloom, the Jews
were able to retain their opti-
mism regarding their own and
mankind's future. The modern
scholar. Israel Abrahams, said:
"A merry spirit smiled on Jew
ish life in the Middle Ages joy-
ousness forming, in the Jewish
conception, the coping stone ol
piety."
How to Prepare for Passover
Continued from Page 7-D
tor transfl r Ol ownership to a
non-Jew.
Q. When is ownership return-
ed?
A The rabbi, acting as your
agent, may repurchase the
Chamelz after Passover, when
the owner may again use it.
Your name and address should
be.left with the rabbi and a rea-
sonable period of time should
pass before the stored Chametz
is used so that the rabbi will
have time to finish the second
part of the transaction.
O. What is the special cere-
mony connected with Chametz
disposal?
A. A formal ceremony, called
"Bedikat Chametz." is required.
This begins with a final check
of the home at nightfall Sunday.
April 7th, to make sure all
Chametz has been removed.
Pockets of all clothing to be worn
during Passover should be in-
cluded in tins search since the
house then is assumed to be tree
of Chametz, crumbs ol bread are
placed in each room so that the
search will not be in vain.
Immediately after nightfall on
Sunday. Apr. 7, the Head of the
House, his waj lighted by a
candle carried by a member ol
the household, goes from room
to room, using a feather and
wooden spoon to gather any
Chametz. Then the Chametz.
spoon, feather and candle arc
wrapped in a cloth and tied with
a string. This package is to be
burned the next morning. The
Head of the House then formally
renounces ownership of any un-
discovered Chametz.
Q. What is the ceremony for
the burning of the Chametz?
A. The ceremony is called
"Biur Chametz" and takes place
no later than 10 a.m., on Erev
Continued on Page 1S-D
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Execution of Vincent Fettmilch and his comrades in Frankfurt-am-Main in February. 1616.
(From an etching in the art collection of the Jewish community of Berlin.)
The Execution of a Dedicated Anti-Semite
By RUTH MORRIS
IN the early 17th century, the
wretched conditions prevailing
as a result of the Thirty Years'
War, made the Jews an excellent
scapegoat for all evils in the
wake of a long bloody war. T>?
nature of Jewish life during first century of the ghetto is brst
illustrated by an event t/iat
took place in Frankfort-on-the-
Main between 1612 and 1616.
Unemployment among the low-
er classes of the city had caus-
ed much unrest. But the Patric-
ian rulers of the town refused to
do anything about it. This sit-
uation gave the ruthless, ambi-
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tious demagogues the opportun-
ity to stir up trouble. In true
anti-Semitic manner, they chose
the Jews as srape-.''Ji's and peti-
tioned thai ..II the i. h_bitai.ts ot
the ghetto be < cpe'led, Their
ringleader was a slOUl baker
named Vincftil Fettmilch who
delivered tiery. ubbU rousing
speeches against the Jews
The ghetto was stormed. Her-
oically the Jews tried to defend
themselves, but the furious mob
set their houses on fire. On Au-
gust 12th 1614, some 3,280 Jews
were herded into the cemetery
and then driven out of the city
with nothing hut their very
lives. They scatterred through
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the neighboring towns and Vill-
ages, most of them being re-
ceived by the friendly towns of
Offenbach and Hanau. For two
years they were supported by
the Charity of other Jews.
Fear of Mob
Despite Emperor Mathias'
strict orders for the apprehen-
sion of Fettmilch and his follow
ers. and his ban laid upon them,
the rebels for a long time escap
ed arrest by the imperial com
missioner, so fearful were the
city authorities of Fettmilch's
power and influence.
The Patricians of Frankfort
however, afraid of the mob turn
inn against them since th| had
no other scapegoat, sought and
found help in the emperor, who,
since the expulsion of the Jew-,
had missed their high annual
taxes which they paid to hi-
treasury. Now Emperor Mathias
sent his troops to Frankfort to
restore order. Finally, on Feb.
28. 1616, Fettmilch and his idea
were caught and sentenced to
die as rebels. The self-styled
Haman was gruesomely execut-
Conlinucd on Page 13-D
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fJmisti fhrUKknn
Page 11-D
The Haggadot in the Library of Congress
By HAROLD EIDLIN
WASHINGTONFor the B< ad
niic minded, the collection
l passoyer Haggadot reposing
in the Library of Congress here
_onc of the world's largestla
;l source of intellectual and his-
tory Joy.
But ii you've a mind to bor-
, for your next seder, for-
unless you happen to be
mber of Congress.
Thej are strictly for research
posterity," says the keeper
of the collection. Dr. Lawrence
. i ick, director of the Lib-
rary's Hebraic Section. Borrow-
ersand there have been sev-
,..,1 on occasionare limited to
ers of Congress for whom
toe Library was originally estab-
, as a service.
quick glance through
. imi ol the 600 volumes contain-
ed in the Library's Passover
Haggadol collection is enough to
tell you why. Included are ir-
ible, priceless volumes
back almost five centur-
ies, special single editions, ori-
ginal hand illuminated texts,
and scores of other rare works
that make the collection one of
the most valuable and interest-
ing within the venerable Lib-
rarj walls.
Literary Treasure
Like most collections of its
kind, among the volumes held
tor safekeeping at the Library
ni Congress arc some which are
not included in any other collec-
tion in the world. One such work
is the so-called "Washington
Haggadah" which was given its
name following its presentation
in 1912 by the late Jacob Schiff.
Printed on well preserved
parchment, thi-s beautifully illus-
trated literary treasure is the
only one of its kind in existence.
Produced in the Middle Ages, its
country of origin has been a
source of scholarly speculation.
Although characteristic of Hag-
gadot printed in Germany In that
its illustrations have led
lo the belief that it is actually
Italian in origin. Its textlike
most of the Haggadot printed
is in Hebrew.
To browse through the Lib-
ran', collection is to journey in-
to the history of the Jews. One
can find ready evidence that,
more than any other example of
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Paper mosaic, a 6 ft. sq. mural, was made by children at the
San Francisco Jewish Community Center and displayed in
the Center lobby to mark the Passover festival. The story of
Passover provides inspiration for many of the activities which
Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHAs across the
country, affiliated with and served by the National Jewish
Welfare Board, provide for people of all ages.
Jewish liturgy, the Haggdah has
been translated into virtually
every foreign language.
This has been, however, a rel-
atively new development. It was
not until the early 17th Century
that Haggadot began appearing
with translations accompanying
the original Hebrew text. The
first such examples known were
published in 1609 in Venice with
translations in Judaeo-German.
Judaeo-Spanish and Judaco-Ital-
ian. Haggadot have since ap-
peared with original Hebrew text
and accompanying translations
in some two dozen languages.
Similarity, Passover Haggadot
retain the distinction of being
the one piece of Hebrew litera-
ture more widely illustrated than
any other. Characteristically,
too. early illustrators set a pat-
tern of taking extensive artistic
liberties with their renditions
which wasand still is today-
regarded as strictly in accord-
ance with the sense of freedom
Continued on Page 13 D
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*Jewlsii noriciicnn
Page 13-D
lading, even if light and some-
[, forgettable.
p.jorc space runs out I should
V to recommend three final
J,'.. One ls "Tales, of the Yid-
. Rialto," a collection of stor-
' thf Veteran Zfcnisrl twfirV
I" ouis Lipsky, about the Yid-
.;ge ;>nd th-.colorful men
women who contributed
lo the Yiddish theatre in
lr 1900's. The second
IT-inn' i- The New Jewish En-
Ct'pedia,M edited by David
l, |geri a fat and copiously ll-
I,. aid one-volume encyclo-
l, / which covers fairly compre-
f..'..,.|\ important Jewish
L.TU.S and personalities. Such
i- needed and this is a
"-kmanlikc. competent job.
kt last book is a two-volume set
I by Jacob Fried entitled
. 5 in the Modern World." It
i. many long and authon
10U/S LIPSKY
. Yiddish (tialto
tative studies on various signifi-
cant aspects of Jewish life in
America. There are essays on
the relationship on America and
, Israel; on Church and State
jr problems; on civil liberties- pn
donrog^aphy; on HfWa'Wre; *aft;
on Yiddish and Hebrew writing
and on J<".ralr->intelr8etu;rts in
America. It is perhaps the most
thoughtful and useful Jewish
book of the year.
This wealth of material, avail-
able this Passover season, is
characteristic of the fact that
the best Jewish minds in the
country are continuing to pro-
duce significant volumes of Jew-
ish interest. It is an impressive
list and assures us that in the
decade ahead we have every rea-
son to look forward to a tremen-
dous revival in Jewish writing
in this country.
[he Haggadot in the Library of Congress
Continued from Pag 11-D
i Passover holiday.
sting to note, as well.
ong the very earliest edi-
. ||{ _.ni(it Illustrators be-
tom oi signing their

Special Editions
printed H
published in 1475 in
re the first illustrat-
J also appeared. But
| illustrated Haggadah to
pserved in its entirely was
ii Prague in 1526.
Haggadot which
I i istom among wealthy
}. v'in commissioned arti>t^
. i illuminate their Haggad-
lh texts grew from both an
lerhetic sense and the desire to
I the hooks attractive to
I en mm would be stimulat-
isk <|ue.-tions.
eed, within the collection
k.:. an ancient and modern
pimple* ol the fact that the
j lab unlike any other
I if Jewish liturgyhas been
v.< subject of countless special
Ki:'ions. including some which
sere prod iced with particular
y easis on color or material.
addition to Congressional
orrowers, Dr. Marwick recalls
Du< several years ago the Paris
headquarters office of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization re-
kuested the loan of a French-
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used to reproduce copies for dis
tribution among French-speaking
-nl iers under .NATO command.
An ft" Semite i Execution
Continued from Page 10-D
id together with 5 other leaders
ol the mob
The Jews were invited to re-
turn to a larger and more com-
fortable ghetto A parade of im-
perial soldiers led them trium-
phantly to the accompaniment of
music under the citytgate, which
was decorated with Fettmilch's
head on a spike. His house was
razed and his family exiled. This
drastic punishment was to serve
as a warning to others.
The emperor ordered that an
indemnity of 175.919 florins be
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their escape from danger. The
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Old Religious Art at the Jewish Museum
\
Continued from Page 2D
exhibit!
[rom
the fourth century 'o modern
SMS and embracing a sreat
variety of cultural situatj
The items range from the earl
- known repf of the
Judgment of Solomon on an
early B> zantine carnelian gem
through medieval manuscript;
and monumental Renaissance
and Baroque paintings to Jean
Dubuffet's interpretation of
Adam and Eve
The exhibition includes paint
. sculpture, ivories, tapi
tries, Muslim miniatures, and
illuminated manuscripts and a
variety of examples of the deco
rathe arts on loan from mus
eum and private coll
from throughout the A-
the Hebrew Bible was a favorite
source for folk art;---, there i-
a large selection of it--.
18th and 19th century Europeai
and American primitives. The
exhibition is arranged accord
Lng to biblical subject ma"
si irting from <> oesis
Wide Diversity
The primary purpose of the
exhibition is to demonstrate the
wide diversity of place, time and
cultural circumstance in which
the Hebrew Bible has infleunced
the activity of artists. Apart
from its far reaching effect on
the major Western religious
traditions through the ages, the
Hebrew Bible has been a source
of inspiration to the develop-
ment of Chrstian. Jewish and
Muslim culture.
The exhibition. -Selections
from the Silver and Judaica Col-
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I QSistS ot 275 items from the
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with miniature biblical scenes
in enamel: a rare 15th century
ceramic Chanuka lamp from
Limburg. Holland: a Venetian
Torah curtain in red velvet, dat-
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meter. Italian. U50; rare glass
Judaica items, as well as an I8tti
century decorated porcelain cup
and saucer from the Rothschild
family; and 18 Renaissance cere
monial gold wedding rings, with
filigree, jeweled, and enamel
decoration
The collection is the second to
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Friday. April 5, 1963
*Jenisti fhridfiaun
Page 15"-D
Strange Customs of So. America's Jews'
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Lima, Peru
SEVERAL months ago, Mich-
ael Simon, the Israel Am-
bassador in Lima, received a let-
,,'r trom the Committee of Wom-
en for the Restoration of the
Church of Holy Mary in Celledin.
The ladies, residents of Lima but
or (finally from Celledin, greet-
ed the Ambassador and the State
of Israel and appealed for a con-
tribution to their fund, explain-
ing that they were descendants
,,t "Portuguese Jews."
This, in itself, was no surpris-
Jewa contributed to the ex-
pedition of Columbus leading to
the discovery of America and it
|8 assumed that they hoped to be
able in Ue New World to shed
their forcibly acquired Catholic
n and resume living as
jews. The speed with which the
Inquisition followed the Conquis-
tadors was a bitter disappoint-
menl id them, instead of revert-
Judaism, they had to con-
tO hide their faith and were
slowlj ssimilated in the Chris-
population. In practically
South American country
the best families claim
., al least one "Marano"
and the fact is usually
, i with considerable
bj his descendants,
Mixture of Traits
I here are also many
!i in the small towns and
villages, including Indians and
m-. who seem to have a
Jewish past There are some
who believe that these
i ndants of Maranos are
ially of Jewish origin hut
mi families of the native
ints and slaves who belong-
ed to the households of Marano
rs "' Hie other nan.I. in
villages where -ome of the pop-
J
This, obviously, was the case
when Ambassador Simon arrived
for a visit to Celledin, a town of
7.000 residents, a few hundred
hard-to-traverse miles from
Lima. The Ambassador took
with him a book on Marano fam-
ily names and found that the ten
most common names in the town
were among the 16 names listed
as most frequent among Mar-
anos: Perez. Espinoza, Castro,
Perera. Ventura. Calderon. Me-
dina. Moreno. Prado, Valero,
and others were families with
typical Hebrew names: Abies.
Danon, Alkalai and others.
According to the local tradi-
tion, the ancestors lived in Re-
cife, in northeast Brazil, and
when the Portuguese re-took the
city from the Dutch, some of the
Jews fled westward to escape
the Inqui.Mtion and setttled.
founding Celledin which, they
hoped, would be sufficiently far
away also from the Inquisition of
Lima. The story seems to be
confirmed by the fact that some
of the signatures on ancient land
deeds in Celledin spell the name
Joseph "Josef." with an "f" at
the end as in Hebrew, and not
".lose" as in Spanish And it i-
konwn that some of the Jews of
Recite, indeed, fled toward the
(inaccessible regions in the West,
when the city was. reoccupied by
the Portuguese.
Too many saint- in a name
also often indicate Marano ori-
gin, presumably showing an ef-
fort to distract attention from
Jewish past. Anybody named
"Todos Santos" is as' likely as
not to be of Marano descent and
a place called "Vcrn Cruz" (True
(loss was probably heavily
populated by "\ew Christians."
In the town of Ctuz. Peru, there
are good Catholic families where
the wife lights two candles every
Friday night; some light candles
in the dining room, but some do
itin the cellar. They don't
know the reason, except that
they learned it from their moth-
ers, who learned it from their
mothers, etc. etc.
Descendants of Jews
And the Hebrew sounding
names keep cropping up in most
far-away places among the na-
tive population. The name of the
mayor in Montero is Rocca-Sela,
the Spani.-h and the Hebrew
words for "rock." The recent
mayor of Inqiutos, Peru's port
on the Amazon River, was Ben
Zaken. When the Israel Ambass-
ador passed through a small
township in Bolivia, the entire
population waited along the high-
way, welcomed him singing the
"Hatikva" which they learned
somehow, and expained that they
knew all were descendants of
Jews.
How to Prepare
Continued from Page -D
Pesach, Apr. 8. The chametz,
as well as any bread left Over
from breakfast, is burned and
the "Kol Chamira" is again re-
cited.
Q. Are there any other re-
quirements.'
A. All Passover kitchen and
eating implements and foods are
placed in their proper places.
The home is now free of Chametz
and ritually ready for Passover
and the First Seder on Monday
evening. Apr. 8.
T' -mi- guide h li d I- the ('''.mi of Orthodox
America.
ulrtion claims Marano descen
sec children with blue ej -. blond hair, light skin. And PASSOVER GREETINGS Best Wishes
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5 uncommon f e a t u r e % 0i
g pure-blooded Indians 0| Dl If Holiday Season
: them declare that they U DLL Iv
from their fathers or ^a* BBW ^B T
ithers that they are of /ir
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HewisHi Floridian
We were slaves unto Pharaoh in Egypt. And the'
Lord, our God, took us out from there with a strong hand
and an outstretched arm. 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. Though we were all of
us wise, all o' us understanding, all of us aged, all of us
learned in the Torah, we should still be commanded to
tell the story of the outgoing from Egypt. And whoever
enlarges upon the tale of the outgoing from Egypt, that one
merits praise.
FIRST SEDER WILL RECOUNT STORY OF THE EXODUS FROM EGYPT
Greater Miami Jewry to Usher in Passover Monday Evening
Tta< observance of PaMOVr will be launched by Greater Miami
Jewry with services Monday evening, Apr. 8, to be followed by the first
Seder. For complete details on the preparation of the home for Pass-
over, set Pg. l-D. Brietly, they are as follows:
Siyum
PASSOVer Nt'l'Vlr
Tuesday and w.
s Monda}
Ineadn) a.m
H'Bchor (Redemption
oi the Firstborn) services on Mon-
day. Apr. 8. 7:30 a.m.
Last time for eating of Cha-
metz, Monday Apr. 8, 9:30 a.m.
Last time for burning and
Bellini Chametz. Monday. Apr. 8,
to a.m.
Bedikat Chametz. the tradition-
al search for Chametz, should be
completed the evening before, on
Sunday, Apr. 7. at sundown, so
that no Chametz is left anywhere Wednesday" 8:30 a.m'. Sermon: '"Th-
in the house. IgSKto.""' ""'""'.....""
Passover services will be held: ---- e ----
Tuesday and Wednesday, with a beth davio. 2625 sw 3rdlav*. Con-
.,.,. i c j l j j tn j- servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
second Seder scheduled Tuesday; cantor wiiiiam w. L>pon.
evening, Apr. 9. Members of Re-i Friday R:tS p.m. Saturday u.m.
form and Liberal congregations;--- ^STi^^cS^JS^ An&
generally observe only one day of vi. ,,, m, :i1i mi- Ben Stronrln.
Passover and hold only one Seder.
Services preceding Passover
week are marked by Shabbat Hag-
adolthe Great Sabbath.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi laac Ever.
t'.lda) >> 10 i>m. Saturday 8:30 a.m,
Sermon: "Shabbal Ha'UadolThe
Foundation M Passover." Redemp-
tii.ii of Hratborn Monda) 7:S0 a.m.
Passover eervlce Monday 8:30 p.m.
Tuesila) 8:3(1 a.m. Sermon: "he
Pussover and the Emancipation Apt.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday (:IC p.m. Saturday 8t30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Ureat gnbbath." Re-
demption of firstborn Monday 7:13
a.m. Passover" aervlce Monday 'i:!'1
p.m. Tuesday 8:30 a.m. Sermon:
"The Seder of Life." WednesUa..
8 :: i :.tn. Sermon: "The Quest foi
Freedom."
------ e----
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hymnn Fine.
Frlda) 8:1J p.m. Baa Mltavnh: Ann.
daughter < Mr. and Mr* Jack Lam-
pert, Baturdn) 8:48 a.m. Paaaover
eervlce Monday p.m. Tuesdaj 13
a.m. Sermon: "The Seder Proclaims
Four Freedoms." Wednesday 8:43
a.m. Ser.....ii "Fraedom and Slav-
er) ,"
----
BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottn-an.
Frlda) 8:1B p.nt. Saturday B a.m.
Sermon: "The Observance of Paaa-
over." Monday 8:30 p.m. Tuesday 8
a.m. s.'i-iniiii: "Jewish Family In-
clude* Everyone." Wednesday 8 a.m.
Sermon: "Meaning of Personal Free-
.loin."
----
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Oithodox.
Cantor Maurice
saiurday
liamtlnn
1 p.m.
p.m.
Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Ma mches.
B SO a.m. Sermon: "Pre-
for Freedom Lecture at
'Space and Time." "Monday
riiusda) 8:80 a.m. Sermon:
"FredomYesterday, Today and To-
morrow." Wednesday <:' a.m. Guest
spiritual leader: Studenl Rabbi Steph-
en Kevelson. Sermon: 'Hhlr Youth
i.i TomoTToaV
----
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Frldi) 3:43 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
i.: Tli. i;i..ii Deliverance."
Redemption of firstborn Monday 7:30
:i m. r.i.-s.iv< i service Monday S:45
p.m. Tuesdn) n*1"- B.m. Sermon
it is Different Today." VTednes-
iIh) R:43 ;i.m. Sermon theme aame
ns Tueada) -
e-----
BC"1 R Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
Dull) services 7:30 a.m ami 8:80 p.m.
Saturdays h a.m.
- ----
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raekovsky.
Friday 8:30 p.m, Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Sermon: "Purity of Thought if th.-
I.tasln nt Righteousness." Redemption
ni" flrstlwirn Monday 7:30 a m. Pass.
.... i nervlce Monday 8:30 p.nt Tim--
ii.i\ ^ ::i a in s.imon: "Our Pray-
ers lor l i.-w. Wedacnda) R:30 a.m.
Sermon: "I-el is Prepare."
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Frlda; v.'." pin. Youth Sabbath
Saturday 8:43 a.m. Car Mitzvah:
i'iir\, s.iu nf Mi-, ami Mi*. Abraham
K i man. Ai thlir, s..n of Mr. ami
Mis. Murrn) Xewmnrk. Redemption
uf flratborn Monday ~ a.m. Paasovei
aervlce M.....la) 8:30 p.m. Commun-
ity Sealer 7:1 -' p.m. Tuesday and
VVednesda) S:I3 a.m Second Bedsr
Tuesday 7:r. p.m
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st.. Mi-
ami, Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m. and
Foolish Questions." Student! of Mis*
Ffnya Welnlierg's classes, will alng
Bnbbath and Passover .-"nus. Satur-
day V !"> a.m. Monday ":">" a.m. anil
6:30 p.m. Tuesda) B:4S am ami H:"n
p.m. Wednesday 8:43 a.m.
----
DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
I*i i'lay B:13 p.m S.-rnion: "A Visit
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Anti- Semitism Scientifically Surveyed in Britain
By SAMUEL J. GOLDSMITH
LONDON Strange as it may
seem to Americans, there has
never been-a seientitic survey of
anti-Semitism made in Britain.
Anti-Semitism, or whatever there
is of it, was resisted in various
ways by Jews and non-Jews, but
(here was never an attempt made
to discover how deeply rooted it
is, which strata of the population
it affects, what concrete forms
it takes and how great is its po-
tential danger in times of -social
stress or economic recession. It
was as if the organizations try-
ing to fight anti-Semitism were
trying to prevent the outbreak of
an epidemic illness, where they
could be located and how the dis-
ease is being carried.
Now we have for the first time
something approaching a scienti-
fic survey. Far from complete;
here and there wrongly pitched;
hut it is an honest piece of work
by people who know about the
subject.
This survey, unpublished and
for "home consumption" only,
though not in itself a secret docu-
ment, is before me as I write my
article. I shall henceforth give
its salient points, without inter-
fering where I agree, but with
gome observations where I don't. I
Theoretically Free
Some of the points in this Bur-
vej are valid for all countries of
the Diaspora, of course. Anti-
Semitic movements in various
countries are strikingly similar.
Political anti-Semitism in Eng-
land: All three major parties, the
Conservative (or Tory I Party, the
Liberal Party and the Labor Par-
ty, are theoretically free of anti-
Semitism. It would be abhorent
tn anyone of them to exploit the
latent dislike of minorities for
political ends. At the same time,
there' are individual anti-Semites
in all the three parties. They
WDllld not be permitted to preach
anti-Semitism within the party.
but the party does opt take ac-
tion against them. Thus: a Lab-
or party member would be had
Up before the Executive Commit-
tee, and probably expelled after
a warning, if he was. say, a Com-
munist.or a Fastis!., But he
would* be letfltione if*nc was an
anti-Semite. This same goes for
the other two parties. Irvother-'
words, anti-Semitism is not an
offence against the party rules.
Mosley and the Jews
The avowed anti-Semites are
concentrated in several small
groups, such as the Briti-h Na-
tional-Socialist Movement, the
League of Empire Loyalists, the
Northern European Ring. As to
Mosley's National Union of Fas-
cists, Sir Oswald Mosley himself
has stated that he no longer has
any quarrel with the Jews as a
group. However, many of his fol-
lowers are known anti-Semites.
None of these anti-Semitic-
groups has any political influ-
ence. In fact, they have no mem-
ber of Parliament between them,
not even an Alderman or Coun-
cillor on any of the local author-
ities.
Economic anti-Semitism is
much more of a problem for Brit-
ish Jews, though not a pressing
one. to be sure. The Trades Ad-
visory Council, a Jewish body do-
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were an average of sixteen re-
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such as refusal to employ Jews,
or refusal to deal with Jews. The
Arab boycott does not come with-
in this bracket. There are some
firms who adhere to the rules of
the boycott, but they do so to ob-
tain contracts; they cannot be
classified as anti-Semites in the
ordinary sense.
Stage Anti-Semitism
There is much more social dis-
crimination than economic. Its
main area is the lower middle
class. A number of suburban
golf clubs and tennis clubs do
not accept Jews as members, but
you will find that the most ex-
clusive social clubs and sports
clubs ;lo not bar Jews.
The captain of the Royal and
Ancient, the most exalted golf in
the world, is a Jew.
The survey is very touchy
about .anti-Semitism on the stage,
in films and in literatudre. Some
British Jews are even sensitive
abdut 'Shakespeare and Dickens.
"All right," they tell you,
"Shakespeare is dead and so is
Dickens, but Shy lock is march-
ing on and so is Fagin." True
enough. But it is generally ac-
cepted that nothing could poss-
ibly be done in England about
Shakespeare and Dickens, even if
Shylock and Fagin were doing
harm, which is a debatable point.
Those who tried to bowdlerize
Shakespeare became figures of
fun and derision. Shakespeare
does not spare the English and
the Scot, and we too have got to
live with the Bard. The same
goes for Dickens.
The survey accepts this but
says that modern writers, Jews
and non-Jews, are actually do-
ing harm to good interracial
relations by introducing negative
Jewish characters in books, plays
and films. They thus produce a
wrong image of the Jew. But
there are no remedies for that.
Even Jewish writers are not in-
clined to be guided by Commun-
al leaders as to what they ought
or ought not to write ...
It does seem that in England
at least the solution is internal:
the Jews must not be, so sensi-
tive. A very intelligent-' and
sophisticated English actress said
^m^the, oilier day:. Why are-
Jews so worried about Fam?
We are not worried about Bill
Sykes, who is a much more re-
pulsive character than Fagin."
(Oliver Twist is now on the Lon-
don stage as a musical.) "After
all, Fagin only teaches little boys
to pick pockets; Bill Sykes kicks
his dog for the fun of it."
Want Act Amended
All in all. the situation in Eng-
land is not as bad as it would
seem from the press reports of
violence in public places, court
cases and deputations to mem-
bers of the Government by Jew-
ish leaders. In reality these are
isolated cases, as are occasion,
al daubings on synagogue walls.
Nevertheless, Jews as well as
non-Jews want the Public Order
Act amended so as to make in-
citement to racial and religious
hatred a punishable offence. This
also concerns Negroes, Roman
Catholics and other minorities
and ultimately the Nation as >
whole.
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Page 5-E
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver's Preeminent Position
Sy RABBI PHILIP S.
BERNSTEIN
IN Jewish history there has
been nothing quite like the
A;i ID rabbi. Not only is he
her and preacher, as rab-
bi- ays were, but also a pas
(or. counsellor, administrator.
iser, public relations ex-
pert, representative of his con-
gri -. tiOB to the Jewish commun-
itj -i I of the J'ewish commun-
ity the general community.
I; has larger interests he
maj iso be active on the na-
and international scene:
v,, flu at this moment rabbis
are presidents of the Presidents
i onl "iice, the American Jew-
Ish rigress, the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, the American
Zioi Council, the American
Public Affairs Committee.
the I nion of America'i Hebrew
Congregations, as well as Deputy
President of the Worl.l Jewish
Congress, and execulive vice-
president of the United Jewish
Appeal Members of the rabbi-
n.iti .-re also active in the lead-
ership of non-Jewish causes for
peace and justice. Rabbis were
prominent among the Freedom
Riders,
His Affiliations
lr rstandably, then. most
rabbi- have too little time for
that *hich alone gives justifi-
cation for their calling, i.e., the
study and exposition ol the Tor-
ah. There are of course note-
worthy exceptions. These include
that giant among his colleagues.
Abba Hillel Silver.
Rabbi Silver has built up one
of the largest congregations in
the country numbering over 2,-
500 families. His religious school
is excellent. He is the outstand-
ing Jew in Cleveland. He has
been in the forefront of great
humanitarian causes and has
been the friend of Presidents
and Senators. He has led the
Jewish Welfare Fund of Cleve-
land. He has been president of
the Central Conference of Amer
ican Rabbis. He is currently
chairman of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization. As chairman of the
American Emergency Committee
for Zionist Affairs, he led the
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historic fight for the establish
ment of the Jewish State. His
espousal of the Jewish case be-
fore the United Nations was a
masterpiece of eloquence and
statesmanship
Yet somelow through it all he
has managed to continue to study
and expound Torah. He has writ-
ten six serious books, three ot
which, the best of them, deal
specifically with Judaism"a
History of Messianic Speculation
in Israel." "Where Judaism Dif-
fered," and now 'Moses and Hie
Original Torah." The other
three, though dealing with the
contemporary scene, are an au-
thentic expression of prohpetic
Judaism.
In the most recent of his books.
Rabbi Silver pursues a scholar
ly inquiry into the nature and
fate of the original Torah ol
Moses. This Torah he finds in
the Covenant Code, Ex. 20, the
Deuteronomic Code, Deut. 5,
and the Holiness Code, Lev. 19.
These represent, in his judg-
ment, the most significant and
the most enduring element in
Judaism and in all the history ,
of religion.
Monumental Simplicity
He writes. "There is little ot
formal theology in these Word.-
other than the two foundation doc
trines ol the faiththe unity of
Cod and the prohibition ol
images. There is no doctrine
here of inherent human deprav-
ity and of the need for atone-
Continued on Page 11-E
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Page 7-E
Helping the Jewish Blind
Continued from Preceding Page
the Bronx; I he Overbrook School
nwthc Blind in-EtfcinVPark. Pa.;-
the Rover-Greaves School for the
blind and mentally retarded in
Paoli. Pa.; the Canadian School
lor the Blind in Branlford, On-
tario; the. Connecticut Institute
tor the Blind in Hartford; and
the Maryland School for the
Blind in Overlea, Md.
Hebrew Braille
To enter a religious school with
sighted children, the blind child
must know Hebrew Braille and
be able to recite Hebrew proper-
ly from his Hebrew Braille reli-
gious school texts which are the
same as those used by children
with sight. Other than these
Braille texts, the blind child
needs virtually no extra pro-
visions tor his Jewish education,
according to Dr. Jacob Fried, the
Institute's executive director,
and there is very little change
in the religious school curricul-
um needed soley for the blind
child.
He gets all books on Jewish
history, customs and holidays in
English Braille and in Hebrew
Braille, such as the Shilo Sid
dur. Junior praycrbooks are
made available in both Hebrew
and English Braille so that the
child may attend services with
sighted worshippers. Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform pray-
crbooks are made available for
the High Holy Days for the blind
child.
Inevitably many of the blind
children are not known to the
Institute. How many of the esti-
mated 700 blind Jewish children
are beyond the reach of the In-
>titute? About half, says Dr.
Fried. The Institute learns of
youngsters needing its services in
a variety of ways. Some are
suddenly brought to the atten-
tion of the Institute on the boy's
twelfth birthday, for instance.
TEMPLE ISRAH
SISTERHOOD
Temple Israel Sisterhood of
Greater Miami "brailles" for
the Jewish Braille Institute of
America in this area of the
nation. With braille machines
it Temple Israel, the Sister-
hood makes braille copies of
these books requested by the
Institute. Chairman of the
project is .Mrs.'Robert Russell.
Temple Israel Sisterhood also
has in its library braille copies
Of the Hegaddan. Union Pray-
er Book, and Sabbath Prayer
Book.
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In such cases, the institute pro-
vides private tutoring in Braille
and sometimes it will itself pre-
pare the child for the Bar Mitz-
vah ceremony. In most cases,
once the child can read Hebrew
Braille, the Institute porvides a
teacher or a cantor in the child's
synagogue to teach him.
As the program has moved
along, word has spread from the
religious to the non-religious
school that there was such an in-
stitute which could prepare a
child for Bar Mitzvah and re-
quests began to come in from
parents. The Institute also be-
gan to hear from parents whose
children had been barred from
religious schools.
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The doors ot such schools are
now much more open to blind
children because school admin-
istrators have learned that the
blind child performs on the aver-
age much better than the child
who can see because he has a
drive to excel to compensate for
his disability. As a consequence,
more blind than sighted chil-
dren, proportionately, continue
on with their religious studies.
This is an area, says Dr. Fried,
in which these children can
achieve and thus receive recog-
nition and community status.
In fact, says Dr. Fried, Insti-
tute Statistics show Unit more
than 75 per cent of blind chil-
dren continue past Bar Mitzvah
and Bas Mitzvah to confirma-
tion and more than half continue
in active affiliation with Junior
congregations and synagogue
youth groups. Those who are
able to go to college almost all
join the campus Hillel group.
Their Hebrew materials are pro-
vided for them in Braille, on
records ami on tapes read by
volunteer Hebraists.
A great deal of the Braille
material for this and other Jew-
ish Braille Institute programs is
provided by sponsors and sup-
porters of the Institute, notably
the Jewish women's service
groups, including the National
Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods, the National Women's
League of the United Synagogue
of America and the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations.
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When you board one of our E! Al jets in New York,
one of the first things that greets you is a warm
"Shalom." Just before you step down the ramp,
you'll get another.
, Depending on which El Al flight you take, you'll
hear the following:
Shalom, you're in London. ,
Shalom, you're in Paris. j
Shalom, you're in Rome.
Shalom, you're in Athens.
In between the Shalom in New York and the one
in Europe,there are some other Israeli touches that
help make your flight enjoyable.
Take the food, for example. Is your favorite
shashlik? Corned beef?Abagels-and-lox breakfast?
El Al has them. Along with many traditional Jew-
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of fruit? A second cup of coffee?.
We serve them as a matter of course.
The point of the story is this: You don't have to
fly El Al to Israel to partake of our Israeli touches.
All you have to do is see your travel agent. He cart
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How Jews are Faring at the Xape' These Days_
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kmi*i>fkrkMan
Friday. April 5. 1983
INFAMOUS MENGELE AID
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fJewisti FleridHaun
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Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver Today
Continued from Page 5-E
in-:' redempiion, or salvation.
The sorrows and despair of the
world are not dwelt on, and no
way of escape is offered from
the trammels of existence. There
are no magical formulae here
by means of which to constrain
the deity, nor any technique of
iliv.riation by which to. ascertain
his will Nothing is said about
preexistence, reincarnation,
transmigration, a judgment day,
resurrection, or immortality.
"No messiah is promised, no
wor.d renewal, no future age,
and no kingdom not of this world.
Here are clearly indicated ethi-
cal guideposts pointing the way
toward a sound and orderly way
of life for the individual and so-
hcit'.y. Here arc standards of be-
rha\iOr which do not transcend
ilu limit! of man's powers .
This is the original Torah which
Moses set before the children of
Israti according to the com-
of Y H V H a Torah of
me jmental simplicity, of lucid
clarity, of great depths, but of
no ysterios."
Paganism Routed
ii Silver attributes these
to Moses, an original gen-
iii- far in advance spiritually
-c who followed him chron-
ally. It was the latter, he
-, who put the emphasis on
:n .... on legalistic observances,
uh .". interested Moses very lit -
lie The greatest of the proph-
ets ; reached the return tj the
original Mosaic emphasis. Hosea
in the name of the Al-
For I desire mercy,
nol sacrifice, and the knowledge
I rather than burnt offer-
Micah reminded the
of the requirement of the
.1 Torah: "It hath been
nee. O man. what is good,
A hat the Lord doth require
of thee; Only to do justly, and
to love mercy, and to walk hum-
bly with God."
The concluding chapter of the
book deals with the question,
"How Did the Original Torah
Fare?" The answer is that it
had a tortuous, a zigzag fate, but
it endured. It was often flouted
and ignored. Its high ethical
commands and austere national
worship imposed demands which
ordinary men lound very diffi-
cult if not impossible to meet.
Pre-Exilic biblical history can be
seen as one continuing struggle
between the pristine Torah of
Moses and the indigenous pagan-
ism of the environments and
weakness of man.
Only in the Exile were pagan-
ism and idolatry finally put to
rout. But as Rabbi Silver con-
cludes, "The Pure faith of Moses
was by no means fully trium-
phant even now. It never had
been in any generation in the
past. A major spiritual battle
had indeed been won, but hy no
means the final victory. In all
the succeeding centuries, an.1
under many skies, the ancient
struggle for the true faith was
to go on, under new forms to be
sure, but unmistakably. The
original Torah would never lose
its magnetic appeal and its etern-
al challenge."
There will be differences of
opinion among scholars about
some of Rabbi Silver's conclus-
ions. This is inevitable for the
materials are fragmentary, the
evidence is incomplete, and ac-
cording to the author, Moses i
himself did not put his codes |
into writing (a conclusion with
which the Orthodox must dis-|
agree). But there can be no dif-
ference about the greatness of
Moses who turned religion in the
direction of morality.
There can be no difference
about the role which the Torah
imposed upon the Jewish people
making it a Kingdom of Priests
and a Holy Nation with all the
accompanying burdens and suf-
fering; "You alone have I chos-
en; therefore do I impose this
yoke upon you." There is no
question that the Torah was the
chief instrument of Jewish sur-
vival, and alone gave meaning
to that survival. There is no
question but that the State of
Israel has a special quality de
rived from the Torah which all
of its citizens, in their several
ways, acknowledge.
Interesting Light
Rabbi Silver briefly discusses
the question that has always in-
trigued me: What happened to
the original tablets of the law
on which it was believed the:
original Torah was inscribed?
According to biblical accounts.
they were kept in the Ark and
carried through the winderness
and finally deposited in the
Temple in Jerusalem. But they
were not in the second Temple.
What happene.I to them? As
Rabbi Silver writes, "They had
disappeared and they were no
longer needed or missed."
This throws an interesting
light on the religious outlook of
Jews who have never even car-
ed where Moses was buried, as
contrasted with Christendom's
veneration of sacred relics and
Holy Places. The primary con-
cern of the Jews has always
been with performing the mitz-
vot, fulfilling the ethical com-
mands of their religion. This
emphasis, as Rabbi Silver con-
vincingly demonstrates, was giv-
en its impetus and direction by
MOSPS in the Original Torah.
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Miami Jewry to Launch Passover
Continued frpm Page 1-E
V'nrtnn s>.;iin i:.-il.....iitlon "f fl
I .i n Mon I > I ''' i to I *w ;'
, -. r\ i i Monda s 8:30 |.m.
ih > iiriiB> :l.i n.m.
",, m'' flagler gran'ada: H NW Sl.t
Let Us Break the Chains
That Enslave Our Hearts
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
. labor toward the real
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Congregation Beth El
During tin- forthcoming Pass-
will recite the
is, "Hoshato avday, leshono
a benej chorin""This year
ire slav< s; next year we -hall
be freemen." What significance
this Btrange statement hold
foi us in this land of freedom?
In analyzing the words "slav-
ery" and "freedom," we find deep
meaning indeed. Slavery restricts
fit individual trom thought and
action. It denies him authorship
of his biography, and he can not
mold his own life and destiny.
Freedom, however, offers the
right to shape and regulate the
manner in which the individual
will grow, progress, and..plan his
destiny.
Our ancestors in Egypt were
slaves not so much of their phy
ic I servitude. For life as free-
men in the promised land also de-
manded strenuous toil. Their slav-
ery consisted mainly in that their minds and thoughts were shackled.
The drudgery of monotonous labor with neither purpose nor plan,
served to stifle "their ambition and desire. The individuality and per-
sonality were thus reduced to emptiness. The freedom which the
exodus gave them released the chains on their minds, as well as their
boc'ics The machinery of their moral and intellectual muscles was
allowed to pulsate uninhibited, flowing life-giving vigor and vitality
to their tired bodies. It was this spiritual emancipation which marked
the main difference between life in Egypt and life in the promised
land.
How does this affect us? Simply that we. too, are often enslaved
in our moral and intellectual lives. We are bound by the material
pursuit to keep up with our neighbors. We are enslaved by the drive
for possession and power, by the desire to satisfy our physical senses.
In this self imposed slavery, we allow our souls, our most valuable
asset, to become corroded, and our lives thus become devoid of pur-
pose and plan.
There is a story about a man who was a prisoner for forty years.
During that time, he was made to turn a very heavy stone. He was
told that this helped activate a generator outside the prison wall which,
in turn, brought electricity to the entire town. The first thing he did
upon his release was to inspect his accomplishment. Much to his dis-
may, he found there was no generator. All his work was wasted.
Let us avoid that heartbreaking experience of expending our en-
ergies, only to look back at a lifetime of wasted efforts.
"Hoshato avday, leshono habo beney chorin." Let us resolve
to break the chains which enslave our minds and hearts, and which
compel us to vain and useless pursuits. With this, we will be lree
to labor toward the fulfillment of our highest and noblest capacities.
pi. Conservative. Rabhi Dflvid Ros-
.-feld Cantor George Goldberg.
l-i-i l.i\ S:1S p.m. StM-inon: "I n pure
-.,! I-., t "* ..... Bhaboal hortyj
Mr and Mr*. Pavld GoMenfcers M
,. ,., the ir i"iii ".l.iins: Rniiiver-
eary: and Mr. and Mm. Brwtn M'"-
xhall, in honoi >!' their i-" 111 wedding
m nlvernan Saturday '' "' "r
Mltivah: Gary. on ol Mr and Mrs.
Ai /..'-!. r. Redemption "f firstborn
MoikU.i t a hi Paaaover s. i vice)
, ,, r. |,.m. T". - 9 B mi
Sermon: "Bitter Sweet.' wednenaajP
:> a.m 8er.....n: '*Mi i -
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d'. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
G-oss.
9 ;, .-.. a.m. si r-
for fal ih'- I Irotborn Mi>n-
din 7:30 .. m Monda) '; 13 p in,
I-.,. povei i 'Ice* Tueada] and Wed-
i ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frlda) 6 p.m. Haturda) R:43 a m. and
S:3fl p.m. Bar Mr/.v ih: t'olman, hoii
of Mr, and Mr*. Robert Perei. Mon-
day a.m. Kal ol the firm bnrn
Rvenlng Mrvlca* B:8U p.m. Tueadi
8:43 .'i in Sermon: "Pi eelng ur-
aelvea." Evening ':'" p.m. Wedm-a-
da | IS .' in. Bel mon: "Holldnj ol
Hi. S|n ing
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seit.
Frlda) 8:15 p.m. Saturday B:SQ a.m.
Sermon: "The Great SabbathTIm
Teat Before Paaaover." Monda) 6:1!
p.m. Tuenday R:S0 a.m. and 8:80 p.m.
\\ edneada) B:30 a.m.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
[ rlda) 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Paa*>
Information. Saturday 9 :i.m. s mon: "The Qrenl Sabbath." Redemp-
tion of firstborn Monday 7:80 a.m.
Paassover s. i \ in- Monday 6:80 p.m.
i .inciiyaiii.ii.il Seder Tuesday 6:30
p.m.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Sai>-
bathThe Core of Ratifftoij. Free-i
dom." Morfdsiy PaaaoYar 8:80 |i.m.
Tueaday 8 a.m. Bermon: "Kreedom
for What"" Wflflnoafloy ? a.in. s-r-
ini.ii: "Freedom ("i Whom" Com-
munity Beder Monday and Tuesday
8:48 i'.in. *
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendal
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabb>
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Family Bervlce.
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fJkwisli HcridFiaun
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AT FIRST SEDER
i>
Passover Monday
.

[Morris B. Frank (third from left), president of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, cites Max D. Goldhagen (second from left), mem-
ber of the Beth Jacob board, a "Goodwill Ambassador of Beth
Jacob" and for "creating a religious and social interest in the
:ongregation's activities." Goldhagen is also first vice pres-
ident of the South Shore Citizens Club, membership chair-
nan of the Senior Citizens Council, member of the City of
Miami Beach Safety Council, and past chancellor of the
Ciughts of Pythias. Aaron Lerner (left), first vice president of
3eth Jacob, and Piabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader, nod their
ipproval.
.
hmuroh Matzos at Goodman's
in the traditional ceremony
uh is a part of the prc-Passover
paratioo, a representation of
nowned rabbis gathered at the
Goodman & Sons. Inc., bakery
Long Island City, N.Y., to par-
ipate in the annual baking, ac-
ding to the prescribed manner.
their own Passover matzos, the
muroh Matzos.
(The rabbis began by mixing the
.daily-selected flour, which had
>n sealed by the Goodman rab-
assover Menu
r Your i-amily
Continued from Page 2-E
|i! cup seedless raisins
cup matzo cake meal
tablespoon sifted potato starch
\~ teaspoon salt
8 teaspoon ground cinnamon
|a:n or sauce
Prepare the carrots before
lit mi: to mix the pudding. Three
|h< i large ones usually provide
correct amount after they are
Ited. Use a medium grater.
at the eggs and brown sugar
|il lighl and thick. Beat -in the
and limun rnd. Add the
fins and grated carrots. Blend
take meal, potato starch, salt.
cinnamon thoroughly. Stir in-
Itlic batter. It will be quite
kk Spoon into a well oiled 1-
Irt baking dish, and bake, un-
pred, at 350 degs. F. for 1 hour.
Ve hot with jam or the follow-
sauce: Beat l egg and 14 cup
ed confectioners' sugar until
ft and thick. Season to taste
grated lemon rind or a little
jnd cinnamon. This amount of
flet serves 5 generously.
hi at the mill, with the water
carefully sealed and kept apart
from everything foreign for at
least 24 hours.
The group then took turns in
pouring and mixing, at the same
time chanting the ceremonial
songs and prayers for the oc-
casion. Then followed the shift-
ing of the mixture to the rolling ;
machines, then through the hole-
punching and cutting rollers and
the tremendous length of care- ,
fully heated and controlled
ovens.
No hands touched the ingred-
ients, or the* mixture, from the
pouring of the Hour trom the spec-
ial bags through the endless belt
lines that carried them to perfect
baking, and to the weighing and
packing lines.
According to age-old laws, the
entire process of the matzo bak-
ing must be completed within 18
minutes. The guest rabbis were
guided througfi each individual
step of the preparation and bak-
ing by Rabbi Mendel Chodrow, who
for many years has been the chief
rabbi, supervising the kashruth
control of the Goodman bakery.
The group was accompanied
through the ceremony and opera-
tion by Mel Colbert, general sales
manager of the company, and
Richard Conn, son of Erich Conn,
president of Goodman.
The company produces a variety
of matzos and matzo products, all
strictly Kosher for Passover, as
well as for year-round use. These
: include the square matzos. round
tea matzos, egg matzos and matzo
meal and matzo farfel. among
, other items. The famed Good-
man's round tea matzos have been
I an exclusive Goodman product for
I more than 180 yearsS.T.
Continued from Preceding Page
aj nr. .i m Baa Mltxvah:
Judith, ilautchtei i>l Mr. .....I Mi- Slil-
nej Faffln, Tuesday i a.m. Com-
munity- s.-i \ k-e R:30 p.m.
----. ----
; TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1361 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jatte.
Krldaj vi~. p.m. Kerninni "Relation-
hip of l*aasover and Earner." Sat-
urdaj n a.m. Congregational Seder
Monila) 8 p.m.
I TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunil.ina
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
atructioniat. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Kiiil:i.\ vl". j. tii, Ramlly service, Ser.
mom "Wise and foolish Children
\-l, Questions." Saturday ld:S0 a.m.
HoRtcHsea .(i Klddush: Mrs. Norman
Jacobs and Mi.*.. Abraham Heeman.
| Parsover Tueaday 10:30 a.m. Ser-
non: "When Wlae Bons Ask Ques-
tions."
----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can
tor Ernest Sterner.
. ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.
KYlflay K:is p.m. Sermon: .'The
I'rpxlaenl and the Promise Pesach
!.. i .\ll Who are Hungry Come
and Bat Katurdaj 10:45 a.m. Baa
Ulisvah: f'nndacc, daughter of Mr.
and Mi- I-1- i ti K Alter; Cheryl, daugh-
ter of Mi. and Mr-. Morris Lasarus.
Mondn> 8:1." p.m. Beder 8:45 p.m.
i'n. TFMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Michtei
I-1 |da> v'..i p.m Bermon : "I'assoi er
SymbolsPart Slave, Par! Maater."
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TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
FVida) S:13 p.in. Sermon: '"I'd. area I
Babbath." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Mon-
day '' a.m. Hlyuim rKechorlm. Mon-
da) an.I Tueaila) evening 8 p.m. fol-
lowed by St-ii.-r at 7 p.m. Wednesdaj
8:45 a in. Bermon: "Removing the
Leavening from our Heart a."
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy
Friday s;ir, p.m. Family service. Ser-
mon: "The Madrbral <>f Numbers
Congregational Beder Monday 6:38
pin. Tueaday li a.m. Children's
i axsover service.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner
Klein.
Friday s:i". p.m. Saturday '* a.m, .
Annual Passover Beder Tuesdaj 1
P.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave
Rabbi Herschei Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
I rldai 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Great
Babbath." Saturday s:t"> a.m.
mon: "To lieatroyTo Save."
Mitsvah: Mark, s-.n ..f Mi. and
Melvln Pollock. Monday 6:S0
Tu. day 8:45 a.m. Bermon: "A
With Order." Wednesdaj 8:45
Sermon: "Change in our Waj
i.if. '
Ser-
liar
Mis.
p.m.
I.irv
a.m.
of
TEMPLE ZiON. 5720 SW 17th St
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Prlda) v:;" i'"' Sermon: "A Pre-
|i de I Peedom A Pre Passox er
Message." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
M Its van: Henry, son of. Mr. and Mrs.
Milton M.inli. iimr. Baa Mltavah:
Milton Mannhelmer. Has Mitsvah:
I'liitkin. Mi mi lay 8:S0 p.m. Tues-
day and Wednesdaj : a.m.
---- ----
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday vir. p.m. Bermon: "Reform
Judaism in IsraelDoes it Have s
Chance?" Passover service Tuesday
12 a.m.
---- ----
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Pridaj 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "An- We
sum in HgjrptT" Saturday 10:10 a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: Owen r\>-e, son ..f Mr.
;.iui Mis Mortimer I'odeil. Tuesda)
IO:S0 a.m. Congregational Seder
Tuesday 0:80 p.m.
----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
frrlday: 8:15 p.m. Baturday 9 a.m.
Bermon; "Portion of the Law." Bar
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Monday 0:30 p.m. Tuesday
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
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Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Frlda) v:'.'1 p.m. Bermon: "The
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
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State Dep't in Apology
For Slight to News Chief
Co-chaiimen of the Liquor Division of the 1963 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal campaign meet at a breakfast meeting. Left to
right are Leo 'Chick" Chaiken. ci Weinkle's Liquor Stores,
and Jerry Haipem right, of Atlantic Liquor Co. Not shown is
Marvin Levin, publisher of the Southern Beverage Journal.
They have pledged an increased aoal of 22 percent higher
than the S40.OOO raised by the division m 1962.
Rabbinical Assembly Retaliates
By Postponing Confab in Israel
NEW YORK JTA The
Assembly of America.
. n of Amer.i
Rabbis, confirmed thi
week r-; I rtion
l- holding of a c
cheduled for Diner
in Israel, u a prote-- gainst an
- of-
Israel.
The organization's executive
council canceled the conference
because Jewish religious author-
ises in Israel refused to accept
two Jewish divorces executed by
the Rabbinical Assembly's Beth
Din rabbinical court). The con-
ference would have been in the
form of a "kinus," an assembly
fcr contacts with Israelis, rathtr
lhan a convention, and it would
have been the f-rit Conservative
"kir.us" in Israel.
The executive council took !he
a protest to the I-
ir Religion failed
to elicit a satisfactory reply, a
spokesman said. He added tha;
were continuing be-
n the Rabbinical ASS4
;-nd iel in an fl
to settle the dispute o that the
could be scheduled for
1964 It was to have been held
in June or July of this year 01
nally, the spokesman said
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RUSSELL MANERING. Prop
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department has officially
agreed that >Mton Friedman.
\\a>hington correspondent of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency. >hould
have been admitted to a back
ground briefing in the Depart
mer.t on Jan. 28. and attributed
his exclusion to an official mis-
understsnding."'
Assistant Secretary of State
Robert Manning, replying to the
protest made on behalf of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency by
Phii-p Slomovitz. its vice presi-
dent, conceded that the matter
"should have been handled more
wisely Once Friedman had
made known his desire to attend
the briefing. Mr. Manning said, "he
hould have been invited. I re-
gret that he was not.-*
Manning said in his reply that
he had looked into the incident
at the request of Secretary of
State Dean Rusk and stated, "I
can assure you that no affront
to Mr. Friedman or to the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency was irv
tenfed. Nevertheless, a misun-
derstanding occurred, and I wel-
come this opportunity to ex-
plain the circumstances that ap-
parently occasioned it."
The State official
:ribed the I cd brief-
. .- held by the Dep rtmer.l
time to time, ar.i p< intcd out
lions' to thesi riel
are likely to range from the all-
inclusive downward to a handful
i rr spondenl w ho have a
al interest in a subject
have been seeking indivi
ictervi Attendance .=t back-
lers is often limit-,-1, -
it would be impractical in most
invited the 211 correspond-
accredited to the Depart

I ackgr :-
present case. Manning -.-.
of D."
E. Juhr- n as S il Repre-
sentative of the Palestine Concila-
tion Commi>=ion. It a: set up
by the Deputy Public Atfairs Ad-
GREETINGS..
LA HUIS CLINICAL LABORATORIES
550 BRICKEll AVENUE HUNTINCTON BUILDING
viser of the Bureau of Near East-
ern .Affairs, and uas given by
Mr Robert C. Strong, director of
the Office of Near Eastern Af-
fairs. A small number of report-
ers were invited, representing
major American newspapers and
wire services, namely New York
Time-. New York Herald Tribune.
Baltimore Sun. Washington Po-t.
Washington Star. Time Magazine.
Associated Press, and United Pros
International
"The principle followed in
compiling this list was to invite
correspondents who cover the
Department regularly and who
had been asking questions vir-
tually every day about the John-
son matter. When Mr. Fried-
man subsequently inquired about
the briefing, he was told that it
was limited to those who had
been invited. This should have
been handled more wisely; once
he had made known his interest
in the subject, he should have
been invited to attend the brief-
ing. I regret that he was not."
The Assistant Secretary of State
,.<| that in the
Department with Fr re-
_ had an> connection witn
luston from the briefing
He said that "in with
Friedman. S'r -
he h:.'i nol rmined
Mr
. :hen menu
. itten by Mr. Friedman
time ago Mr. Sti Mined
the accuracy of thi rt on
9 hich '
rffiv ilice
for the purr- -

connectioi l part
rind the :;.ct that
s not invit<
You
may be sure that thi au of
I ut' -.:.-" Near
Eastern Affairs, and Mr Sti
would be most bappj see Mr.
Friedman or an) represen-
tive of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency at any time
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IN THE CIRCUIT COL ST OF THE
11TM JUDICIAL CIRCL t IN N0
FOR DADE COUNTY rLORiD*
IN CHANCERY. No &3C 'J
WEI.THA QIB -\
Plaintiff.
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CECIL GIBSON",
I lefrndant.
NOTICE BV PUEL,CATION
T< 1: CBTIL GIBSON
: lit -:nk w
Y. { ARE HEREBY
itiii of CoBiplalni
been fil^.l asalnsl ) 1. and >l,l'*5
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i.'aini ..n thr I'l
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Huil.llntc. Miami IS. il'
the ..riKinnl an.-w.-- ID
the Clerk of th< Clr
before April JOth. IS. In "S"U
whli h ih.- BUI *
taki-n as ii.iif.-s- .1 ,>"J
I>ATEI>: Manh J-
B B LEATHKRMAN CWt
Circuit Court. I>a.l.- iNi '\.tK'
(Seal) H\ K M LTMA>
Deput) Clerk
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE SCOJ.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT'.
FLORIDA. N PROBATE
No. 58731 C
IN RE: Batate . AARON NEWMAN
I .*-c
NOTICE OF PROBATt
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al.l. PERSONS INTbRB"
IN THE ESTATE I >F ul>
DEt'EOENT .. ,M. ,i
I :,:. herein
ii Instrument pui
last i.ill MIMl t.
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rf. April 5. 1963
fJewlstfhridUan
Tage 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 3C 3000
I PA FWRITNHH? .,
Plaintiff,
D-:N.i a WIN BN i :xner.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
BENJAMIN BRENNER
i*0tt East Mount Pleasant Avenue
I '.-.-.wdclphia, Pennsylvania
You r.:e hereby notified that a J111
I Complaint for Divorce had been
l\t-t\ .iR.insi you, nml you aiu rr-
itlred to serve a copy of your An-
Jiiit or Pleading to thf 1)111 of Com-
lladi: on the t'lnintiff's Attorneys,
fullanoff, Waller << i.itninn. 420 Lin-
pln !;...!. Miami Beach, Florida, and
|i t j. original Answer or Pleading
t!:. office of the Clerk of the i'ir-
jit Court on or before the 2nd dav
Ma IMS. If you fail to do so.
ii.iKiui ni by default will 1m- taken
gains! ou for the relief demanded
:lu dill of <'oniplaint.
I (ONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
orida, this 20th day ..f .March. l(JJ.
i: LEATHERMAE, Clerk
^In-un Court, Dude <'iiiiniv, Florida
Mil) B> : I.. BNRBDEX
Deputy Clerk
'.i.i Waller A Lltman
^it"i ni B for Plaintiff
Lincoln Ed., Miami Beach, Fla.
I ; rge J. Talianoff
;: 82-20, I i-11
I YOU.
IXOS,
filllpM ':
|iw
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 2719
L\i: \ \mmi.\"<;s
i lalntlff
KTHUH MERV1N CUMMING8
I lel'cllil.l Ml
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n ALTHl'R MERVIN c'l'MMLViS
. Weal tth Street
i mftngton, Indiana
IBTHl'B MKRV'IN CUM-
are hereby notified thai b
'. for divorce has been filed
.ou ami you arc required to
opy of your answer of plead-
to the complaint for divorce on
pli 'iff s attorney AI..W S. ROM-
THAI.,. 1111 Ainsley ItiillilinK. Ml-
i, Florida, and file the original
wer or pleading: in the-office of
Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or
i- ihi ISth day of April 19CS,
f > i fail to do so. judgment by
fault will be taken against you for
relief demanded in the complaint
dlvi
K>NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
irlda, this ISth day of March, 10*3
r,. U. LEATHERMAN,
rfc of the i "iiciilt Court
Ada County. Florida
Court Seal)
By K. M. 1.V.MAX
Deput) Clerk
8/16, 22. 20, I S
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
[IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 2713
:asi>n\ Jr., as Admlnlstra-
eians Affairs, an Officer ol
,l Sinter "f Amei lea. and
.....is in such office, and his
IN THE SMALL CtMIMS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 106*48
JACKHON'8 DI8COENT CORP.
a i-.. .i-i.i.i corporation
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROOSEVELT Ware.
Defendant.
NOT.CE OF PUBLICATION
Ti>: ROObEVELT WARE
15!"l N.W 58th Street
Miami, Fun-Ids
You are hereby notified that an
Action of Replevin bus been filed
against you, and you are r,.|uir.ii to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead*
inn to the Action ot Replevin on the
Plaintiff's Attorney-. 8HEVIN, GOOD-
MAN HOLTZMAN, M6 Keybold
Building, Miami :. Florida, and file
the original Ann wer or Pleading in
the Office of the Clerk of the Small
Clulms i oiirt on or before the 10th
day oi April, IMJ, nt !':ui> a.m. if
you fail to do so, Judgment by default
will b, taken against you for the re-
bel demanded in the Action of Re-
plevin.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.liHIDIAX.
WITNESS mj band and the real of
Florida of said Court in Dade County,
Miami. Florida, this ISth day of
March, 1063.
<: .i. PAPPAB, Clerk,
Small Claims Court of Had.-
County, Florida
(s.al) By: [HABBLLE MARLOW
ileputy ci.rk
8/22-39, -I S-12
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY Jtir>OE-S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59005-A
IN RE: Etnte ..-
T 1LLIAX KRACSS.
I). ...is_.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and A'l Hera n I' <-
l'>tr Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notl'b'd and re-
quired to present any rialips and ie-
mands which you mav have against
the estate of LILLIAN KRAI'IR, de-
Ceased '<< of r>;ob. OmtntV l-'o'i'l.
to the County IuiIkcs of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in d-n>';. < nnd
ns provjded In Section T::::.l<:. Florida
Statutes, in their Offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade Conntv, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the fb- t nubile*tIon here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Difd -U Miami. Fin-Ida. Ilil- 26th
day of March \.i\ |(1S.
MARK KAPLAN
As Executor
Arnnovlt*. Bllve- a- Rrher
Attornevs for Executor
607 Alnley Building
Miami 88, Florida
'. ''. i :>-i2-io
NOTirc unn'p
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICE IS HEREBY OIVRN Hint
the undershmed, desiring lo engage in
business .....' r Ho- fictitious name of
Till-: THRONE ROOM n( Rnl \V. 19
St., Hlaleah, Florida Intend to reg-
IN-
To
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2802
CARIDAR AI.dN.-m KOMBOHCH,
Plaintiff,
v -
HANS KOMBl is. II.
I >efi nduut.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOP, MANS KOMBOSCH, 1171 Hush
Street. San Francisco, Calif., are
hereby notified t< serve a copy of
your answer to a Complaint foi di-
vorce filed against you by Cnridal
Alonso Koiuhosch, on plainllff's at- !
torno Claude M. Barnes, 308 Calu-
met Hide. Miami. Fla.. and file the!
original thereof with the Clerk of the
above Court on or before April H'Jnd.
!!"". otherwise a decree pro confesso
will be ,-ntered auainst you.
Dated March ... 196 I
10. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) !:>: C. I'. COPELAXD
Deputy Clerk
8/22-2*. 6/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBT OP/EN that
the undersigned, desiring to i-iienne |
in business umb-r tin- fictitious name
of AI.I/IKH HOTEL SUPPLY at I
1649 N.W. 36th St.. Miami. 11a., m-
i. mis to register -aid name With the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
PABLO PERES!
sob- owner
DEOROE i: MARKET, Beg.
At tome} for owner
:: :':'. :!'. I-.'., li
Ister wi d name with the Clerk
f'reult ourl of Dade C uiniy
Ida. 1 SLT ZWIRX
EVE i.YN 1-1111,1 IPS
Sole 1 IWIlers
WHITE \Cltl- A ROBRIN 81
A Mo' n. s for Aniilieaiil H
m'I W. 1 1 SI.. Hlalenh, Kin
I
,' the
Flor-
'.-IL'-10
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. S8918A
FIE Estate of
rrXTmv x. sfnwnrrz^ik a
HARRY SCHWARTZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All <"re<(ltor- and -All I'erwoo* Hav-
ing riaitns or Demands Amiirist s.ii.l
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which yon may have against
the estate of HARRY X. SCHWARTZ
a/k/a HARRY KCHWARTZ deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County .IiuIk. .- of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section oM.lfi, Florida Stat-
utes. In their olfloes in the County
Courthouae In l>nde County, Morlda.
ithin six calendar months from the
time of the firrt publication here,if.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of March. A.D. 1HR::.
PEARL SCHWARTZ
As Executrix
First publication of this noti.-e on
the 22nd day of March. 1063.
Si.MiiN. HAYS ft ORUNDWERC
Attorney for Fjxet utrix
Ml Alualey Bldg., Miami 32, Florida
3 -2-:--::; 4 :.-\-2
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewlst> ihrUllan
olicita your legal aoogajgfc
W* appreciate year
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR :i- f4>t5
for messenger serric*
LEGAL NOTICE

ishians,
. niifi.
li'K C EWALD, el al.
. : ii. .. i
NOTXE OF SUIT
i ii:i:h -K I' KW VLI>
.--
11 -11 |i'l I li i'-ilns Pai kwaj
. i l lebchts, M.iiv laud
ItK HEREBY NOTIFIED
has i" ii brought ngumi
. s ilLE VSIIX, JR as v-i
\'..-., i.- Vffalrs, i.
.Hi. I'nitetl S t< nl V
i. .-...,.: in sin Ii nl.
thell | : -..:.-..
K< encunibi ring the rollow
. il |n opei t>. i'.-"
in IIIih !, 10, of RBVISfEII
VI i il A PORTION OP THE
ADDITION TO CAROL
l"Y, .. nrdlng in the plal thi n
........led in I'lal Book 6
of the uubllc records "i
intj. Florida :
. i, required to fl'e .mum
.. nli the Cle k "I the Clr-
I : oi I w^.- i -mint}. Florida.
n. Diirthouse In Miami, Florida,
i>r I" or,, April 16, 1062, nnd to
op> nl such answer ui>on
fERH, HEIMAN, KAPLAN
-\i N, Plaintiff's attorneys,
Idn as Is Eleven-Fifty Build-
I S.W. First 81.....t, Miami 66,
t> t or before said date, ;is
tin laws of Florida, if
|i fal in do -... the complaint "ill
.... pNgl il lo you and
I'-i- Pro Confesso wi'l 1.....nter-
[ you for the relief demand-
In !:. L-oniplalnt.
| tliis. 1:: 1 It day of March.
B. LEATHERMAN
rk of tin Circuit c.....i
' lade i' lunty, Florida
i- P. i-id-i:i.ANI>
11. put; Clerk
HEIMAN. KAPLAN
|' VTSMAN
n-Flftv Building
R.W. First Ktreet
i"i Florida
:: It, 22. 2!>, 6/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAUE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58604A
In RE: Estate of
BEATRICE MEYER
I i.. .is.,1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. Ml i 'redltoi s and Ml Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsi
Said Kstati
\.,.i .i heii bj notified and ri qulr-
, i ii, in. -. hi any claims and demands
ii I, ii \..ii may ha\. against the
. :...... BEATRICE MEYER, de-
ed in ..i I lade Count). Floi Idu,
i, ib, Counts Judges of Dade Coun-
ts and file I he same In duplicate and
.i- provided In Meet Ion 732.16, Florida
Statutes, iii their offices ill the Coun-
ty Co in Dade County, Flor-
ida, \Miinii six calendar months from
Mi, tlmi oi the first publication here-
of ,. lb. same will be barred.
Dated "t Miami, Florida, this 13th
day "I March, A.D. 1063.
II VRR1ET KLINE
JAMES II. METER
As Km eiitoi s
Imisi publication of this notice on
the ISth da> ..f March. 1063.
SI.MoN. HANS .v aRl-NPWERO
vitoinei- for KNecutors
801 Ainsl.v Building .
X IS, 22, it, I .i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIPCU'T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOP'HA
IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3338
BEATRICE DEAN BERRY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
.ll'NIi ill 1 EE BERRY,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JVNIOR LEE BERRY
Residence I'nW".,.-,,
TOP are HEREBT NOTIFIED that
a Bin of Comnlalnt for ii^-.eee h"s
i.....n filed against you, and TOP ARE
HEREBY REQI'IRBD to serve a cony
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
nlalnt on the lUfiimiffs attorney
BEX ESSEN. ESQ., mil Keybold
Building, Miami 82. Florida, :'! file
the original answer In the office nf
the Clerk nf the Circuit Court on or
before April 80th. 1UUH. In default nf
which the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
DATED; Marc'' 27'h. 1963.
E B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit C'-o-t "ad- !......- l-l,,ii.|.i
I Seal I By: K. M. LYMAX
Deputy Clerk
i. 4 r.-it-is
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANn FriR nAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2803
DAVID O, THOMAS,
Plaintiff,
\ s
I.i iH"T \ I-' TlluM.VS.
I icfeiidant.
npr.i-R TO APPF4R
TOP, LORBTTA E. TIK-M \. !13
\\illi..iii Btl. .-' w- New ,Ie -v
at In rebj notified to sei i e n copj of
i our ansv i-i to a Complain' for dl
corce filed i-ainsi von by David O.
Thomas, .-n n1 ilui IfP* at'orne) C
\l Bai n- 203 i 'alumi i i lldp I i
I 'i,,.. ......r hef ire >pi II 22 I'M a- '1
file the oi ijin i mi the del k of the
above '' url otherwise Dei res Pro
Confpsso will i.....ntered agalnsl you.
Dated March 1.1, 1063
,. n i i- \-i-11 i-i;m \ \- ,
Circull -oi ri. i; : '
iseali By: C. P. Cl il'ELAXl i
lieputj Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. M665-C
IN RE: Estate ot
MARGARET M. II.M.I.EV.
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Hald
Estate:
You me hereby notified and re-
quired to pies,-in any claims and de-
mands wh.ch you m)' have agalnsl
the estate of MARGARET M. HAL-
LET deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, lo lh Count) Judges of
Made County, and file the sain, in
their offices in the Count) Court-
house in l lade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the *daie
of the first publication hereof, or the
same will be ban, d,
MARION TESTA. Executrix of
the Estate of Margaret M. Halley,
deceased.
Goldman, Goldstein ,v Pacaler
Attorney s
8401 U'.st Flagler Street
.Miami. Florida
:-. 22-28, 4 .".-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE
No. 58970-B
IN HE: Eatate "f
JOSEPH V. I'AVII iSi IN.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de
mends which you may nave against
the estate of Joseph V. Davidson de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County .Indues of I lade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
,-i~ provided in Section 733.10, t-lorida
Statutes, in their offices in tin- Coun-
ts Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication ire-
of. or the sain.- will be I........I,
Dated al Miami. Fl.....la, this 2lst
day of March, A.D. 1063,
CORNEIL V MINER I >A \" 11 'Si IN
As Executrix
ROBERT SCOTT KAI'I'MAN
Attorney for Executrix
Uu Ainsl.v lluihlinu
I .Miami 32. Florid i
3 I :.-12-l:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTll'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiidersiKiied. desiring to engage
iii business under the fictitious nuno
01 SAV-ON PRINTING & OFFICE
.-VIT1.Y Intenu to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
of I lade I'oqnty. Florida.
WILLIAM S. BCHANTZ
SARAH GOLDMAN
partners
;t 22, 2'.', 4
| name
: Court
-
:.. 12
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
[IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 52108B
RE: Estat- of
BERNARD S. LITT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
[,Bald Estate:
ou are hereby notified and requir-
to present any claims and de-
Inds which you may have against
> estate of BERNARD S. LITT. de-
f- d late of Dade County. Florida,
I the County Judges of Dade Coun-
and file the same in duplicate and
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Mutes. In their offices in the Conn-
1 Courthouse in Dade County. OTor-
r. within six calendar months from
time of the first publication
of. or the same will be barred.
fated at Miami. Florida, this 8th
of March. A.D. 1963.
MARTIN RFBIN8TEIM
Ah Executor
irsl publication of this notice on
I.ilh day of March, 1!>63.
-TON A. FRIEDMAN
Borney f.,. Executor
n An.-i.y Building
I 15, 22. n, I i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2P04
MARi'EI.I.A CORELLA QPINN,
Plaintiff,
WILLIE til INN.
I lefellllllflt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOC. WII.I.H-: ul'INN. Route I,
Box 216, Yn/.oo City, Mississippi, are
notifv-d to serve a copy of your an-
swer t'i Divorce Complaint filed
,o.-ai"st you on i'lalntlff's attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS, lI N.W. 12th
Avenue, Miami ::. Florida, and file
orluinal with Clerk of this Court on
or before April 23rd, 1*43, otherwise
complaint will conf.ssed by you.
Dated March 10, IMS.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: C. P. OOPBLAND
Deputy clerk
3/22-29. 4S-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en(toe
In business under the tlotltloaa SSIS*
of NORMAXDIE HOTBUaBST*":
RANT ot 349 Ocean IH-ive. Miami
1!, nob. Fin.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RAMON A It. COM I'./.
Mole owner __
2/1S, 22. 29, Va
NO i lot UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
AIRPORT RADIO SERVICE si Miami
International All.....t. Miami intend to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circull Court of Dade County,
' l0rM" NEUMANN OELLBR
i;t ilMi BL1AS
9, I .-12-1!'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 2883
.1 s GLEASON, JR., as Administrator
o( v.iei.iii- Affair-, an Officer "" the
I"niled Si i s of America, and his
successors In such office, and his or
their as i n-
Plalntiff,
FRANCISCO RUBERT and LYIHA
M RPI1BRT. his Ife, el al.
I tefeiidants,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: FRANCISCO RPBERT and
LYDIA M. RPBERT, his wife,
if living. Including any unknown
-......-,-s of said Defendants II the}
Lave remarried, and If dead, their un-
known heirs, mvlaeea, grantees, as-
signees, csedilors. lienors. tinst.es.
II other persons claiming by,
and
agalnsl these
esid. nces are
Ull-
through, uinii
fendants, wh
'""''ol" Al!l-: HEREBY N. til I I Cl' thai
a suit has been brought against you
bv .1. s. GLEASON, JR., as Admin-
istrator "1 Veterans Affairs, an "Ul-
cer of the Cnlted state- ..f America,
and his successors in such office, and
his or their assigns, to foreclose a
mortgage encumbering the following
described property, to-wit:
I,ts 17 and IS. In Block :.. of NORTH
SILVER CHEST, ui-lording to the
plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN. at
1850 N.W. I2ltd Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circull Court
of Dad, County, Florida.
.MIAMI AIRPORT MOTEL CO.,
A Floi Ida coi poi alien
Bj Harrj Heave, President
RAMI'EI. W SHAPIRO
.Mi..in.\ for Applicant
:: IS, 22. 29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NtiTU -E is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to em
in business under Ihe fictitious name
Mlll'i |RT LANEK, ii 1251 N W
ISth Strei '. Miami. Florida, lnt n I
In r I ri in..... lib the Clerk
of the Circull Court ol Dade County,
I '..ida
WOODY BNTPRTA1NVT.'VT CORP.,
a Florida corporation
l:\ Hair* Steve. President
BAMPEL W. SHAPIRO
Atlorii.-v for applicant
NOTICE UNn=R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREU) GIVbN thai
the undersigned, deslrllig to engage In
ini-iie -s under the fictitious name of
CORONA DO FTPDIOH at 1071 N.E.
78th Street. Miami. Florida intends to
register said nan., with the Clerk of
the circuit Co.ui of Dade County,
Florida.
SINCO Pt H'.l'i IRATK IN
B> : l- red L. S'nger, ITesldenl
Aitest: Howard .I. Richnian. Secretnr)
Street. Greenfield lurmaii
By: Jack A. Furmnn
Attorneys for Sine. Corporation
a Florida cnr|iorBtlon.
d b a Coronado Studios
________________:- 22-2!'. 2-Ji
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit
the nnd. reigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nun.- of
MORTGAGE COMPETING CENTER
al nOU West Flagler Street. Miami.
I lade County. Florida Intends to reu-
i.-'er said name with the Cl) rk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
THE ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING
CENTER, IMC
By: David L. Pertman, President
Attest: Irving Goldstein, Secretary
Aronovilz. Silver & Seller
Attorneys for The Electronic
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE
No. 59003- B
IN HE: Estate of
MYRTLE HESSIE
I lecc.lsi-'l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A'l Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Esta'le:
Yon are her by notified and re-
united to present any claims nnd de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MYRTLE HESsiE de-
ceased late ot Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
nnd file the same In their Offices In
the County Courthouse in Dajle Conn-
i ty, Florida, within six calendar months
j from the dale of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
RI "BERT THE' "DORE lll"l>.-i IN
I. R. MAYERS.
, Attorney
I hi 2 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Klorldn
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE
No. 59006-B
IN HE" E-1.......
BARNETT WOOLFHTEAP
Deo,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All "redltoi and All Pi rsnns -
i -laims or i mands Again* I E
i:.-- 11 .
1, u are hei eb> notified and re-
1 to pre-, ni an> claims nd di
man Is hlch j u maj ha\
the estate of PARXETT WtKkLF
STEAD deceased late nf pad., i'.
iv. Ftoridn, to thi 'ounts Judgi ol
I nl, Count). and i lie tile
duplicate and a- provided in Section
7:;::.iii. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the Count} Courthouse i"
Dade County. Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
ill be bai.....1
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 25th
da\ of March, A.D. BMW
MINNIE V. WOOLFSTEAD
As Administratrix
WEINHTEIN & WEINSTEIN
Attorney* for Administratrix
12" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla
:: 2!'. I 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engag
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of SIN CRYSTAL CO., al P.O. Box
|6l, N. Miami 61, Fla., Intend reg-
ister said name with the Clerk "1
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ARTHUR FRANK
T. E. BOHACK
:: IS, 22. 22, i 5
17, at page 41. of the public records I Accounting Center, ln<
of Dade County. Florida; 607 Ainsley Building
nnd von uro required to file your an-
swer' with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida, ut the
Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on or
before April y. 196-1. and to .serve
copv of such answer upon Ml BOtS,
HEIMAN, KAPLAN A CATBMAN,
Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address Is
Eleven-Flftv Btilldlng. USD S.W. I list
Street. Miami ;'.!>, Florida, on or be-
fore said date, as required by tin-
laws of Florida. If you fall to do so
the complaint will be taken as con-
fessed bv von and a Decree Pro Con-
fesso Will be entered uKainst you for
the relief demanded in the complaint,
DATED this 1Mb day of March. I'.UI;:.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) Bj : C, P. COPBLAND
Deputy clerk
Myers, lleiman. Kaplan \- Caisnian
Eleven-Fifty Bulldini:
i |5U s W. First Street
Miami 16, Florid i
Miami 12, Florida
a/22-29. 4 3-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
In business under the fictitious name
of 8HEXANDOAH APARTMENTS at
X2Q-SS0 siith Street. Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register said name
wilh the Clerk of the Circuit Court
0| Dade County. Florida.
sami 1:1. yanowitz
dr. stanley cordon
kovner & mannhe1mer
Attorneys for Shenandoah Apartments
l/2, '". 12. 12
To All A Most Happy Passover
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INC.
Corporation Supplies Rubber Stamps
LEGAL FORMS
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Friday. April 5, 1963 *Jenisti fhridfiaun Page 15"-D Strange Customs of So. America's Jews' By ELIAHU SALPETER Lima, Peru S EVERAL months ago, Michael Simon, the Israel Ambassador in Lima, received a let,,'r trom the Committee of Women for the Restoration of the Church of Holy Mary in Celledin. The ladies, residents of Lima but or (finally from Celledin, greeted the Ambassador and the State of Israel and appealed for a contribution to their fund, explaining that they were descendants ,,t "Portuguese Jews." This, in itself, was no surprisJewa contributed to the expedition of Columbus leading to the discovery of America and it | 8 assumed that they hoped to be able in Ue New World to shed their forcibly acquired Catholic n and resume living as jews. The speed with which the Inquisition followed the Conquistadors was a bitter disappointmenl id them, instead of revertJudaism, they had to contO hide their faith and were slowlj ssimilated in the Chrispopulation. In practically South American country the best families claim ., al least one "Marano" and the fact is usually %  i with considerable bj his descendants, Mixture of Traits • I here are also many !i in the small towns and villages, including Indians and M-. who seem to have a Jewish past There are some who believe that these i ndants of Maranos are • ially of Jewish origin hut mi families of the native ints and slaves who belonged to the households of Marano rs % %  %  Hie other nan.I. in villages where -ome of the popJ This, obviously, was the case when Ambassador Simon arrived for a visit to Celledin, a town of 7.000 residents, a few hundred hard-to-traverse miles from Lima. The Ambassador took with him a book on Marano family names and found that the ten most common names in the town were among the 16 names listed as most frequent among Maranos: Perez. Espinoza, Castro, Perera. Ventura. Calderon. Medina. Moreno. Prado, Valero, and others were families with typical Hebrew names: Abies. Danon, Alkalai and others. According to the local tradition, the ancestors lived in Recife, in northeast Brazil, and when the Portuguese re-took the city from the Dutch, some of the Jews fled westward to escape the Inqui.Mtion and setttled. founding Celledin which, they hoped, would be sufficiently far away also from the Inquisition of Lima. The story seems to be confirmed by the fact that some of the signatures on ancient land deeds in Celledin spell the name Joseph "Josef." with an "f" at the end as in Hebrew, and not ".lose" as in Spanish And it Ikonwn that some of the Jews of Recite, indeed, fled toward the (inaccessible regions in the West, when the city was. reoccupied by the Portuguese. Too many saintin a name also often indicate Marano origin, presumably showing an effort to distract attention from Jewish past. Anybody named "Todos Santos" is as' likely as not to be of Marano descent and a place called "Vcrn Cruz" (True (loss was probably heavily populated by "\ew Christians." In the town of Ctuz. Peru, there are good Catholic families where the wife lights two candles every Friday night; some light candles in the dining room, but some do it—in the cellar. They don't know the reason, except that they learned it from their mothers, who learned it from their mothers, etc. etc. Descendants of Jews And the Hebrew sounding names keep cropping up in most far-away places among the native population. The name of the mayor in Montero is Rocca-Sela, the Spani.-h and the Hebrew words for "rock." The recent mayor of Inqiutos, Peru's port on the Amazon River, was Ben Zaken. When the Israel Ambassador passed through a small township in Bolivia, the entire population waited along the highway, welcomed him singing the "Hatikva" which they learned somehow, and expained that they knew all were descendants of Jews. How to Prepare Continued from Page -D Pesach, Apr. 8. The chametz, as well as any bread left Over from breakfast, is burned and the "Kol Chamira" is again recited. Q. Are there any other requirements.' A. All Passover kitchen and eating implements and foods are placed in their proper places. The home is now free of Chametz and ritually ready for Passover and the First Seder on Monday evening. Apr. 8. T' %  %  -MIguide hMil. iiv,' GREETINGS FOR TO All GUmiNGS • CNECK OUR lOWEff RAUS PASSOVER Kern Awning •or Week, Month, long Term. • late Models and Siiei to Meet Semutl C. Kelly Company Any Requirements. 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Friday. April 5, 1963 +Je*isti norkUam Page 3-A CJAppeal Launches Dialathon' Here A series of pre-Passover holiday •pialatbons" op. behalf ultlic 1963 drive of the Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation began this week with participants including board for CJA on Wednesday evening at numbers of Federatjpn/s local the Bay Harbor Island Town Hall, agencies in the community. Residents of Bay Harbor Island "fid their own appeal 'Dialathon", with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The first 'Dialathon" for a trade croup was to be held Thursday, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., in the Fedcrt tion Board Room for the Appare Manufacturing group, chaired b Harry Mizrach. tfjtmtr* V *i3< British Nazis Train With Bombs LONDON — — London police detectives and explosive experts completed their investigation this week into reports that an "elite" group of British National Socialists had been testing bombs for use in a terror campaign and immediately launched a hunt ior the bombers. Israel to Train Congo Troops Continued from Page 1-A canize the Congolese air force, Norway will train officers for a Navy, Canada will provide technical instruction, Belgium will be in charge of establishing and running a military school, Israel will handle formation of a paratroop i el corps, while the United States, which will not participate directly in the training program, will furnish equipment. Prime Minister Adoula of the Congo, said Mr. Thant, has apparently "had the assurances" that the countries he has approached, "will provide the assistance required" and that "the financial re>possibility for the costs of that assistance rests entirely with the assisting country." Thus, it was seen here, Israel will pay the costs involved in the establishment and training of a paratrooper corps for the Congo Army. The training of the Congolese paratroopers, it was indicated by Gen Mobutu, will be done in Israel. A Senior Police official Mid: "II these explosives are what we j think they are, they could cause ] catastrophe in an enclosed space and in a crowded room, they 1 could kill." The Daily Mail had reported, previously that one of its report-, er's watched nine of the neo-Nazis in a forest hideout in Britain cele-i brate the 30th anniversary of the, seizure of power by Hitler with I ceremonies that included a series' of bomb tests. Colin Jordan, the leader of the small but violently anti-Semitic group, is in jail on two terms involving incitement against Jews and violation of the British Public Order Act. Leaders of the Bay Harbor CJA drive joined their Island neighbors "in the reaffirmation of Passover as a time of redemption of the Jewish people at home and abroad through 57 agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation." On Monday, board members of the Jewish Vocational Service, headed by president, Barney j Bernstein, vice president, Mrs. Gerald Soltz, and treasurer, Charles Hertzoff, with David M. Bloomberg, Albert Quadow, Dr. Alan Jackson, Mrs. Sam Stark, Stuart Rothschild, Sidney Efronson, and Dr. Michael Goodman, executive director of JVS, launched the new program. Dialathon was held Wednesday i by the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center; Thurs day, the. board of the Bureau of l Jewish Education; and on Thurs-: day, Apr. 11. the board of Jewish Family and Children's Service will do similar telephone duty. These agencies are affiliated 'Complete Insurance Service...' BERNARD SEGAL FRanklin 9-6441 DAYTIME-Hlghland 4-0228 EVENINGS LIFE e HOSPITALIZATION DISABILITY INCOME • FIRE HOMEOWNERS e MARINE BONDS • GROUP • AUTO THEFT • LIABILITY COMPENSATION MONTHLY PREMIUM BUDGtT AVAILABLE FOR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO., BRANCH OFFICE AGENCY l\M IIA\rh) \ 1.1 \r J 707 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING • MIAMI 32, FLORIDA To Grace Your Holiday Table ASK FOR *'K0Yf* Produced and Bottled By L'KOVED WINE CO. Venders, N.Y. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE M969 JE 1-6150 WQZLDV JIWANCED MOST /^COMPACT 2190 MOTORS V S W.8*ST Main Office 101 E. Hog lei Street DIRECTORS JOSEPH M UPTON I'rt.iJtr.l RONALD A. UPTON V.\t,h!llt \'hi frio.ii:t CHARLES BEATTY I'M frftJtut LEO ROBiNSON I t,t V>--i.a'.I GEORGE A PRICE I'm frrmlnU GUS FEUER liC.'ir/lMVll SAMUEL UPTON Piti.hr LEONARD BARR i'tumnr MILF0RD L CLEMENTS I'in Prau/tnt % %  ...' S<


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Friday. April 3. 1963 "That it would impress even the most particular American housewife. It brings results too: In 1948, when a typhus epidemic broke'out in Tripoli, Libya, there was not a single Jewish victim. As you move further south, you meet Jews who actually perform a Passover sacrifice as was done when the temple stood in Jerusalem. (The Samaritans, a sect closely aligned with but not identical with Judaism, perform an elaborate Passover sacrifice every year on Mt. Gerizim, near Nablus, for which both Israel and Jordan waive the current border restrictions to allow all Samaritans to attend.) There is one Jewisn community situated on the edge of the Libyan desert that sacrifices a lamb and eats it on the second day of Passover. Among the Falashas Similarly, the Falashas—the Jewish tribe that lives in northern F.thiopia—slaughter a lamb [Tor Passover, sacrifice it and eat j| during the first night of the holiday, amidst prayers and gongs that last throughout the rii-zht They also prepare for the holiday by cleaning their homes thoroughly and by burning all eaven. During the holiday, which lasts seven days (as in Israel)' they eat Matzot called kwita" and refrain from work in the first and seventh day of Passover. The most elaborate Passover rituals of all oriental Jewish %  (immunities are to be found among the Yemenites. During the centuries of their isolation in the southwestern part of the Arabian peninsula, they developed a .host of intricate ceremonies and folkways connected with .11 of the Jewish holidays. In the case of Passover, for example, they divide the preparation on Matzot into a series it clearly defined stages each >t which is assigned to a specific group; one to women only, anDther to young girls, to men and 'Women and another to men alone. The Seder itself takes about two hours. There is a special incantation by which it is chanted that is similar to the one the Yemenite used in studying the Mishna. (This conforms with the origin of the Passover Haggadah, which was compiled during the Mishnaic period.) Incidentally, in spite of all the "ork that is put into preparing +jmt&> norkffan Page 9-C HAPPY PASSOVER •from ART'S 9th ST. GARAGE FORD & CHEVY EXPERTS General Tune Up & Repairs Fordomatic — Powerglide 438 E. 9th STREET Hialeah TU 8-6271 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HERBERT C. FRINK VANN CLEANERS & LAUNDRY JE 4-2167 528 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. CLAUDE RtHSHAW wish their many friends a very happy PASSOVER BITTER HERBS "Everyone now eats bitter herbs...a symbolic reminder of slavery... dipped in "Charoseth," a mixture of apples, wine, and nuts, representing the mortar used to build the pyramids. Matzot for the first Seder, the Yemenite Jews bake fresh ones especially for the second Seder At Yemenite Seder On both occasions, members of the family sit on the floor with two pillows at each person's left. The youngest boy is called' to ask the four questions, after which he is requested to repeat them in Arabic. Actually, the Arabic questions differ from the Hebrew ones. They include a capsule summary of the entire Haggadah and are believed to have been composed for the benefit of the Yemenite women, many of whom do not understand Hebrew well enough to follow the Haggadah. If the boy recites well, he is rewarded with a hard boiled egg, but he is not allowed to eat it until the appropriate time in the Seder (known as Shulchan Orach'. The low Seder table on which the ceremonial platter and the wine is kept is moved aside during the reading of the Haggadah. However, it is returned to its place for "Kama Maalot Tovot ." after which everyone gets a grip on it and raises it off the ground while chanting 'Dayenu." The menu at a Yemenite Seder: a variety of hard boiled egg recipes, roasted meat, Matzot and '•Ja'alah"—a dessert made from seeds. There is no cup for Elijah the Prophet and the door is not opened for "Pour out thy wrath Continued on Page 10-C • BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER maiile MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC. SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA FOR OVER FOUR DECADES 5220 Biscayne Boulevard Phone PL 1-6631 TO ALL — MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS MaRic DESIGN & MFG. CORP. 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Pflprr• — rage 8-E *Jemst fkrk&*n Friday. April 3. 1963 How Jews are Faring at the Xape' These Days_ By JULIAN N. JABLIN eral p?NO*fN **r _• nal Seder here U1 be a %  : r r. B has I I %  %  %  %  service I been assisted to :be Banana Ri% er Project on "a secret r. -a en had previously been stauooec : Kee?.er A ne had p-rti %  and ;> work eU No* he %  i Mr. Goldberg, whose base • : some Patrick A Friday S*rvtCM I %  %  %  -' %  %  111 %  i Literary Magazine's Editor Fined for Printing Ehrenburg LOXl S FTA — A journal xernoir-%  --.: his b) i the %  "OSX. according to d:received -. renreached the | it to bring 0'-" of the Stalinist %  "•" tcow raddi nounced Mr T • --. disreported ".hat Nov> Mir" will omit farther mtl of the : :$ memthor m a k cs rick Mr Rosen, chairman I ;-.e committee, conducted Fnnight services at the chapel on the ba>e ard there were Oneg :bat ?y after ser\:ce> He VM IOOB transferred Ike group ex%  rby com" Ban Gallie and T %  -=pel at PatI AFS v -%  : : :eei %  i i •%  iP" tbe JWB C recame .ram %  be focal %  re• %  %  i blood done r Borrowed Torah %  in s taor —cl Berliner, that the B r e v a r d Brotherhood own Torah ten M t'ulMr Berimer died, and Sirs BeriineT and the community later dedicated a Seder Torah to his memory During this period, the community as visited by part-time Jewish chaplains par JWB ?roIt was only natural that forma uon of a Sisterhood should follow. The first president was MrIrving Wasserberg. vbOM husband, a civilian employed at Cape Canaveral, felt that the time had come to establii formal congregation and begin work on a synagogue. With the cooperatic area and help from non-Jews cam?-: .%  The r.e* synagog • located and %  total area The rabbi is M H. Nan • r Force I %  j lews are eeting ties 1 stalla A JOYOUS PASSOVER To our many friends and patrons and to Jewish people everywhere, may this traditional Festival of Freedom be a joyous season. And may this traditional sugar, Domino, make your holiday more festive...certified Kosher for Passover by Rabbi Hersch Kohn. HWI Easier • far • fmmm racipis ia Dia>* Sicar piar split package* Tanj? \tnee. se-'rf:e aaeJ kscioas cheese cake oa re 5-to. poar spout package. 0' cifrW Feast Day Ccoties aM ckeesa cake an the 2-fc. p*r Grated flOS* 11113 Be sure to put Domino Sugar on your Passover shopping list—so fine and pure and in complete compliance with the Passover lawsDomino Granulated, Crystal Domino Tablets, Domino Hostess Tablets. ...YOU'RE SURE ITS PURE AND CERTIFIED KOSHER FOR PASSOVER The American Sugar Refining Company EM JOY KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS STKKTLY KOSHU F04 PASSOVER rttjo 1 ? nva lOO'o PURE BEEF PRODUCTS Frankfurters Cornea !•-< Pasfromi • Knot-. Peppered fteef • Slorr Liver Sousoge • tolog-i 1 Passover CAKE MIXES High, light and fluffy with traditional goodr-;.;! For delicate loof-and-layer Holiday treats that are different! KOSHER FOR PASSOVER DISTRIBUTED BY: PALM IIISTKIIII TORS. IM 373 N.E. 61st Street Miami, Florda T* C I R C U S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WNITI SIEOUSS GRAPEFRUIT Half Bushel HAH. OROBtS PtOMPTlY FtUIB toaiea-jaijutfo-suAtAimiD • 1789 BISCAYNE BIVD. FR 4-2710-W 4-8783 $495 Dvlivcrtd AnjnrHr L S A FREE ORANGE JUICE <*l PC EM IT£ MEBf |1M TO'Jry Bll<



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HewisHi Floridian We were slaves unto Pharaoh in Egypt. And the' Lord, our God, took us out from there with a strong hand and an outstretched arm. 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. Though we were all of us wise, all o' us understanding, all of us aged, all of us learned in the Torah, we should still be commanded to tell the story of the outgoing from Egypt. And whoever enlarges upon the tale of the outgoing from Egypt, that one merits praise. FIRST SEDER WILL RECOUNT STORY OF THE EXODUS FROM EGYPT Greater Miami Jewry to Usher in Passover Monday Evening Tta< observance of PaMOVr will be launched by Greater Miami Jewry with services Monday evening, Apr. 8, to be followed by the first Seder. For complete details on the preparation of the home for Passover, set Pg. l-D. Brietly, they are as follows: • Siyum PASSOVer Nt'l'Vlr Tuesday and w. s Monda} •• Ineadn) •• a.m H'Bchor (Redemption oi the Firstborn) services on Monday. Apr. 8. 7:30 a.m. • Last time for eating of Chametz, Monday Apr. 8, 9:30 a.m. • Last time for burning and Bellini Chametz. Monday. Apr. 8, to a.m. Bedikat Chametz. the traditional search for Chametz, should be completed the evening before, on Sunday, Apr. 7. at sundown, so that no Chametz is left anywhere Wednesday" 8:30 a.m'. Sermon: '"Thin the house. IgSKto.""' ""'""' Passover services will be held: e Tuesday and Wednesday, with a BETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rdlav*•. Con.,.,.„ i c J L J %  J tn jservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. second Seder scheduled Tuesday; cantor wiiiiam w. L>pon. evening, Apr. 9. Members of Re-i Friday R:tS p.m. Saturday • u.m. form and Liberal congregations;--^STi^^cS^JS^ An& generally observe only one day of vi „. ,,, M, :I1 „I MIBen Stronrln. Passover and hold only one Seder. Services preceding Passover week are marked by Shabbat Hagadol—the Great Sabbath. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi laac Ever. t'.lda) >> 10 i>m. Saturday 8:30 a.m, Sermon: "Shabbal Ha'Uadol— The Foundation M Passover." Redemptii.ii of Hratborn Monda) 7:S0 a.m. Passover eervlce Monday 8:30 p.m. Tuesila) 8:3(1 a.m. Sermon: !" he Pussover and the Emancipation Apt. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday (:IC p.m. Saturday 8t30 a.m. Sermon: "The Ureat gnbbath." Redemption of firstborn Monday 7:13 a.m. Passover" aervlce Monday 'i:!' 1 p.m. Tuesday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Seder of Life." WednesUa.. 8 :: i :.tn. Sermon: "The Quest foi Freedom." e BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hymnn Fine. Frlda) 8:1J p.m. Baa Mltavnh: Ann. daughter ••< Mr. and Mr* Jack Lampert, Baturdn) 8:48 a.m. Paaaover eervlce Monday p.m. Tuesdaj • 13 a.m. Sermon: "The Seder Proclaims Four Freedoms." Wednesday 8:43 a.m. Ser ii "Fraedom and Slaver) ," — • BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottn-an. Frlda) 8:1B p.nt. Saturday B a.m. Sermon: "The Observance of Paaaover." Monday 8:30 p.m. Tuesday 8 a.m. s.'i-iniiii: "Jewish Family Include* Everyone." Wednesday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Meaning of Personal Free.loin." — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Oithodox. Cantor Maurice saiurday liamtlnn 1 p.m. p.m. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Ma mches. B SO a.m. Sermon: "Prefor Freedom Lecture at 'Space and Time." "Monday riiusda) 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Fredom—Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow." Wednesday <: %  %  a.m. Guest spiritual leader: Studenl Rabbi Stephen Kevelson. Sermon: 'Hhlr Youth I.I TomoTToaV — • BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Frldi) 3:43 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. i.: Tli. i;i..ii Deliverance." Redemption of firstborn Monday 7:30 :i m. r.i.-s.iv %  < i service Monday S:45 p.m. Tuesdn) N* 1 "B.m. Sermon % %  it is Different Today." VTednesIIH) R:43 ;i.m. Sermon theme aame ns Tueada) — e BC" 1 R a.m. Monday ": %  ">" a.m. anil 6:30 p.m. Tuesda) B:4S am ami H:"n p.m. Wednesday 8:43 a.m. — • DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. I*i i'lay B:13 p.m S.-rnion: "A Visit Continued on Page 12 E



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Paqe 4-B v-Jmist Fkrklian Friday, April 5, Activities Slated At Westview Johanna Sittner, GerThan-born abstract artist now living in Mexico, will have a one-man show of her representative— works this weekend at Westbrooke Country Club. Miss Sittner. who was a resident of Miami until a month ago. when she went to Mexico to paint and study, has exhibited in France. Italy. Spain, Cuba and the U.S. She has designed costumes for the National Opera Company of Cuba and the Tropicana Night Club in Havana. Mrs. Barbara Heiken and Bob Friedman, certified American Red Cross First Aid instructors, are giving two courses at Westbrooke Country Club. The first will run on Tuesday and Thursday nights through Apr. 18, with an advanced course to follow through May 16. Westbrooke Country Club will hold an '•April Showers'' cocktail dance on Saturday evening in the Grand Ballroom. JWB Regional Conference i Anniversary Fete The JWB Regional Conference 5ell-Ollt Here for Services to the Armed Forces and Veterans will meet in Atlanta.' A turn away attendance of nearGa.. on May 17 to 19, according \ y a thousand was expected at ne to an announcement made by HerHada-sah-Israel 15th anniversary bert R. Etsae. regienal -haimen,-^tomrhet)n on Thursday at the Doral and Leon Goldberg, regional coBeach Hotel. ordinator. The USO survey and M rs Dorothy Krieger Fink. its implications to JWB will be reluncheon chairman, reported that viewed. Persons interested in parthe 'affair was a complete sellout ticipating should contact Mrs. j as early as a week before the Louis Glasser. 3168 Prairie Ave.. ] event. Highlighting the porgram were to be ceremonies honoring Mrs. Jack Katzman, who was to recerve the coveted Woman of Valor Award; Miss Lillian Goodman, i president of the Miami Beach Miami Beach. Beth El Seder In Hollywood Seventh annual congregational Seder of Temple Beth El, Hollywood, will be held in the Tobin Auditorium of the synagogue on Monday evening at 6 p.m. The Seder service will be conducted by Dr. Samuel A. Jatfe. with musical portions by Pat Mat Slews, Temple soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Bernice Schwartz. Temple organist. Robert W. Gordon is president. Wilson Seeks Return to Post George Wilson promises to work j ^ > HadassaJj^jd the toward ""ewer and more sweepj Prints g ^ mg .improvements" if reelected in P J wm the Apr. 9 race for Coral Gables ^ ^g singef Tov € WrS?L< he -provided^ and David M leadership for the following disthe Israel Embassy. tinguished accomplishments: "Street improvement and beautification and mid-block street lighting; improved government-tocitizen communications; recreational improvements, including Salvatore Park. Sunrise Harbor, and the Coliseum; cultural improvements, such as the new approved new library. •Also new parking garage and facilities already completed, and improved and expanded bus service." Stamp Drive To Get Chairs Sisterhood and Center of the Southwest Jewish Center are combining efforts in a group saving stamp drive for new chairs to be installed in the synagogue. A donation of five stamp books will entitle the donor to two chairs with his or her name on them. Chairman of the project is Mrs. Charles Jacobs. If you like KREPLACH Weizmann Unit Installation Set An installation meeting of the recently-organized Farband Chaim Weizmann Branch will be held Wednesday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Slate includes Moe Levin, chairman; Irving Sachs, co-chairman; Isaac Offenhenden, financial secretary. Executive board members are Mrs. Rose Cohen, Mrs. Selma; Berman, Aaron Katz, Mrs. Gold-! sheid, J. Okun, Johann Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chaet. Guest speaker for the evening will be Louis Segal, national secretary of Farband. Musical program will feature singer. Miss Carol Donn, accompanied by Miss Esther Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. Michael -Gibson, of the Yiddish stage, will also entertain. luxe cabanas available; in Miami Beach's only! new oceanfront luxury; resort. They are avail-j able at special rates i from May 1st to Oct. 30| — $550. We suggest you j make inquiries NOW by' telephoning JE 21731. Ask for Mac, Cabana Manager Oceanfront 47th to 48fh Streets—Miami Beach THIS YEAR'S STATUS SYMBOL: A CABANA AT THE BEAUTIFUL DORM BEACH HOTEL Miami Beach's newest nd loveliest Cabani cole-/ invites you to participate in its inaugural season. Sulfice it to say that Corals cabanas are in keeping with tto spirit of elegance lound throughout the hotel. Ea: i cabana is unusually spacious, open to fresh ocesn breeres en twe sides. Naturally, there are elevators to the second cabana deck Spacious beach area. 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t'ooe \C L-ictfVrirKrw Friday. April 5. 1S63 1 Braille Brings Welcome Light to Our Blind I M i -*.-.-.< : ai JI*. K a tksb%  %  ta srabe Mbnim n :-.:""" ':' -. idib'> IIT T*m&** Mar .^. ;.Tie*; aim are ail ^cjeircar-ac ami the Jra ebud a§ see •< eoane prepared oy -JM ::r Bar Mttnfc 0o*e tt* earn read Hebrew, materials %  vase available la bus aatf raaseaaK*. • i.- s •* % • .tbe blind wbere tbe h Braille la ert tate prsnde* .. %  niMTwnt are tbe Perka:.-* tm •-- WtmA h Wabtum. Hats ; tbe New York hall lug far die Edaeataoa of tbe Hta | ••. %  %  JBiri'i-r -• • %  ;; %  -. -.: %  :_-i: ;*-VJ2 • %  • %  %  — %  %  i%  c %  • -~ : ..; %  aail —v.: .: %  *. ni *-.. ~-t2 rsi-sii i %  %  r %  %  : • -•: f3.it.' be freajaeau? ibaaaad %  Mm N:r-a J!r* 'in". ; %  • : I -' 1 I :-tea u _-i-_---.r fir *je irti :r %  It .%  nbaa** aaase. Oaee lae ebaM La* .: IS ari c Vest )Uz Greaarj sfiir. traaaaae tar %  ttxvab -sbKb tbe? been A:-_--:-.-*fat the abere tbe ciiid a lmc* *= aac be aaaajrated ana aa. INSURANCE om STOf A< UKBUA icautfo Afiocr. it GREETINGS 1 A A %  "-: : :. : %  •; : : : %  : r -:: : : : f CHASE FED R A L. % S I :;s,ls £ST LCCAT'CSS '. ;: : :: i ; : >: • %  • REMEMBER b>-a arr r:a^r Sbaattr Zfarcz* naaaat am aeCbvatbB—mo( w a ^ines ant aai lainn V n* ixs mc-ac mama—*rr.oa? cr -• %  Saar B van—jvx m me *unt SaM <*a rip aa—tw naa i attang i a t< rawif ?t te* r m zmr aaaM I fnf alar aaaai aaf SIMBC al < mr Ik Mbr* IT. aiaai av-e Saaaa art SMM ay an tor *% %  sMaar* I K* %  ?* jwi •) SraKH t ac* "aa( sat w at—be ws iaf 3* *toptai amaB w— tttn be attr rti saaK a av(—raaaar twi 'cwr'-al =ipcaaf to aa ( •Berj'ae • aM tot |B Se tan MM zut cor aM aw MBar bar i r mc m a m aa—art ae aat bat be laalai' mil fte -ec aa baaaak—aw am nom aas af ~e aamtf rf Tre tacr-mH He seres a* w* n 9 auiw sanewe Tie rwie tonwy jy f— 1 1t a> T*r f **.* —P.*? %  i aMttafcaH'ft'atfr'---—.-. He awa *IIT< >aa am. f-vbiztr* xf r-aai-t *asatr •jres — -a— Jy**i (A.i*hes fcr k 7 KJXappu f^as *** 1 rh# Heart •§ Fanhiom im Tropirai America MIAMI • FOtT LAUOfltOAli NORTHSJOC



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Page B-C >Jenist fhrHiw Friday. April 5. 1963 ase from bondage— but the customs vary For example, in the town of Oumieb. deep in the Sahara, the Seder lasts only five minutes! Before it begins, the eldest member of the family, on his return from the synagogue, takes a long wooden staff and marches back and forh in front of his home As he does so. he say; "I came from Egypt: I am going to Jerusalem!" And in reply, the members of I family says. • Le; bar.a habaah b'yerushalayim." ("Next year in Jerusalem!"> When the head of the household gets :o "K'ha Lachama." the selection which opens the Passover narrative, he raises the copper trey, touching everyone's head with it as he walks around the table Customs Vary When the food i meat and dates stuffed with meat i is served, it is eaten quickly, after which grace il said For safety's sake, (to keep desert animals out. perhaps* the Saharan Jews omit the practice of opening the door for the prophet Elijah and therefore do not say the verse beginning. Pour out thy wrath .*' To the northwest, in Morocco. Passover customs are considerably different, although there is one which has a Saharan counterpart: At the Seder, while the Haggadah is read, the head of the household lifts the ceremonBLESSING OVER MATZO The traditional benediction (Mo'ta: is recited, then a syecjl MaMfeBf. for the matte. Each person eits two pieces cf maUO, broken from the top ar.d middle xrutzos in the cove. ial platter and circles it around the head of each person present. In so doing, he says. In panic did we depart from Egypt." In Morocco. Pa-sover is known to the r.on-European Jews as •Liel al-ras"—the night of the head—because on that night Jews eat the heads of lambs. This custom probably commemorates the sacrifices in the temple in Jerusalem, although it is well known that the Arabs and other Middle Eastern peoples consider lambs' head a delicacy. When the Haggadah reading is completed, each person takes a staff, on each of which a small knapsack has been tied, and rushes out of the house, shouting. "Thus our forefathers deTO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SAL BIONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC. PAINT AND BODY WORK Our Guarantee — Your Satisfaction 1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach Ph. 947-8685 TO ALL — PASSOVER GREETINGS ASSOCIATED ARTISTS Supplies for Artists, Engineers and Architects 1822 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phones FR 3-3562 or FR 9-2336 parted from Egypt Everyone makes sure o tak< a piece of afikoman with them I the end of the Seder. In fac. Moroccan Jews never smb. on a journey unless they h the afikoman with them 7 believe that their chancof a safe return arc enhanced then by and that they can even a a Btormy tea b> tasting board if necessary. House Claanins They also have a cu 9m \olving a salt that ha a ami] practice in Libya. In Vorocco. after the first day of Passover, when the counting of the Omer starts, salt is placed on the Holy Ark in the synagofn*. Each member of the congregation takes a small amount home w:th him and keeps it until tr ing ends on Sha\ M',— 50 £ er. They believe that the salt protects them from the evil eye. In Libya, salt is distributed to each person at the Seder ani. in Morocco, is kept until Shavuot. The Libyan Jews' reason for this is the Biblical .r.junction: "On all of your sacrifices, sacrifice salt." The house eleaniaaj that on in the homes -•; Libyan J< • before Paso\er .? so thorou.n ATLAS TV CENTER INC. 736 -71st STREET, Miami Beach Phones UN 6-7217UN 6-5868 TELEVISION • RADIO • APPLIANCES SA1ES RENTALS SERVICE LEW GOODMAN and SOL WEXLER WISH ALL A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS H! ALE AH CONVALESCENT HOME Do Not Accept a Substitute for YOUR Senior Citizen AIR-CONDITIONED 24-Hr. LICENSED NURSES 195 WEST 27th STREET HIALEAH, FLA. Call TU 8-6332 or write for brochure MR. AND MRS. CARL KAPLAN, Administrators BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVE? C. L. CLEMENTS Insurance Agency, Inc. 1100 LINCOLN ROAD IE 8-7403 GREETINGS A. J. WALLACE FURNITURE STORE REPAIRING • REFlNlSHrNG SPECIALIZING In Antiques, Pen, Furniture and Offce Equipment 7622 N.E. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-78J4 GREE'-NGS %  "NIVERSAL SALVAGE A EQUIPMENT USED EQUIPMENT AND .VACHINERY 3289 N.W. No. River Dr. NE 4-7744 J



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April 5. 1963 9L *>M ntwIHtow Page 1S-A KM Adopts Near-Million Budget for '63 Continued from Page 1-A I or-portunity for youth as the progrqm of the schools in first year." rs Joseph Willen, of New elected new national dent of the XCJW by the conn 'delegates, representing > Council women across the xy. In her acceptance speech c •. nquet climaxing the five gathering, -Mrs. Willen called i -tent application" of the lb -nit and tradition to "the gh .ill over the world for 1 tad ethnic demoracy, for 1 equality and for the elimiD o; poverty." delegates adopted a budget -[ 500 for l%3-64 and $954,000 Willen is a former NCJW prt dent and a former presi(I ;he International Council wish Women, which has 22 lei in 19 countries. She is Joseph Willen. executor of the Federation of Philanthropies of New • ention renewed NCJW's i nit to support of Israeli education by voting to half million dollar camfoi the Hebrew University i >l in Jerusalem. The • voted an additional S50.• nplete construction of a for the high school, s dedicated last Decenti Charles Hymes, of Minlit, outgoing NCJW nation: .dent, who presided at the (re'.'.on, warned in her key. rdress that Israel most with domestic, and foreign issues, -urged the NCJWdelegates to the NCJW delegates declared its support for social security insurance as "the basic method for financing the costs of medical care for the elderly and disabled." They also called for intensilied action by all levels of government, industry, unions, schools and social agencies to cope with the '"serious economic and human problem" arising from the increasing unemployment of the nation's youth. The delegates also urged that the United States continue its strong efforts toward the "completion of a treaty to ban nuclear weapons testing and provide for inspection essential for effective control." spur understanding of the federal budget, which too often, she said is erroneously likened to a family budget, which must be balanced to prevent bankruptcy. Federal spending, she asserted, is necessary to keep the economy moving. Sen. Eugene McCarthy, of Minsota, who spoke at the closing banquet, warned against Americans' tendency to "take refuge in generalizations" in their thinking about foreign policy. NCJW*Exefutive Director, Miss Hannah Stein, in her report to the convention, noted that the community attitudes toward the aging have started to change. The public is becoming aware, she said, of the "folly of human wastage" created by "longer and healthier lives on the one hand, and emphasis on early retirement on the other." CHARLES L. SEAMAN MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS provide equal educational oppor (unities fcr children from Orien tal countries, if the nation is not I l!1 to be confronted with serious bOcioloo.ic.il problems in the years to come. Israel's future, emphasized Mrs. Hymes, "depends on the welding of a diverse population into a united and productive citizenry." Sen. Hubert Humphrey, of Minnesota, opened the convention with an address on major domestic and foreign problems. Pointing to the urgency of technical assistance through training and education in Latin America, the Senator haded the example ot Israel, which recently announced a project to train 200 Latin American students modern agricultural metho [What Do Doctors sommend Most For ISE, NERVOUS IEADACHES? I contain the pain ie;. rei %  nmend most for i i sin. And Anacin work after enti %  ri am, Anacin is ii headai he. A ki e %  1a %  ..-Hi depn | Ice a doi toi 'a pn I %  nat Ion of Enat ion n< I i or buffei ed Anacin today. Dr. Meir Shapira. principal of Hebrew University High School, which is the model schoo 1 and teacher training center tor the University John Dewey School of Education, told the convention that his nation's educational system must undergo drastic reforms in order "to bring the children of Oriental immigrants to the desir ed educational level." In another address to the convention. Dr. Judah Shapiro, secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture. deplored American Jews' lack of attention to their cultural heritage, "for the firsl time i;' American history Jewishness is being requested and erved by government, unjversi ral agencies," he as "The Jewish communitj •i revealed in its nakedness h ; quests,"he said, citing ii e i;< k ..I American teachers and rs to till the University hi ii in a number of actions dealing Assistant Secretary of Labor Esther Peterson received an award from NCJW for personifying the convention theme of women's personal commitment to human welfare. Mrs. Peterson 1 "LETS KEEP CORAL GABLES 1 A CITY OF HOMES 11 Keep Out Special Interest Economy in Government Better Parking Facilities Associate Judge Coral Gables •* Officer of Coal Gables lion's Club Graduate of Dayton University Resident of Coral Gable* 18 years MY WATCHWORD IS: "Do We Need It, Can We Afford It?" PULL LEVER 10A I CHARLES L SEAMAN CORAl GABIES CITY COMMISS'ON — Pi Hoi. Adv. ^ ax************************************ • • • • : ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Lowell G. Patrick CANDIDATE FOR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL IM |Ol. \


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Icf; April 5. 1963 9>, l&tfsti Fto/rffcfiif)in Page 11-C bliday Customs in Question and Answer ID Hi 9 -a ve sir ral lay is les I a nt lh| a'IUS%  eliIII %  :ti Hi* itest Cenring fhey ikes, RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX „ i t it that on the first two • %  •ght* of Passover the Kiddush is not recited during • -,e evening service at the %  .-nagogue as is dene on every • riday night and festival i rening of the year? the first place the Kiddush Passover Eve is part of the Her and the Seder is a ritual • takes place in the home. >ui(i there be a Seder at the lupogue itself the Kiddush uiii be recited at the Seder le at the synagogue. Thus it BOi recited at the altar as is ai on Friday or other festival Ms, fondly, according to the geny accepted view that the bush was originally introducJUI'.O the synagogue service on day and Festival nights beie of the poor wayfarers who BO place to eat but at the -.cogue, this reason would not i/ on the eve of the Passbecause the poor are exted to do all in their power hi ire wine and provision for sever eve so that they maypart in the necessary ritual i.. Seder. Communities were iy obliuated to provide the ,\ith enough* wine—as well :ncr needs—so that they u: have enough to take care !.-m for the Passover. • is the "Charoteth?" '%  "Charoseth" is a dish ii is a mixture prepared iruit>. apples, nuts, pomeates, cinnamon, wine* and %  times vinegar. This is • into a paste into which the r herbs are dipped during Seder ceremony. The fa; Rokeach (Eleazer) stated the various species of fruits oned in the Song of Songs %  ml %  \ %  %  -v ; p THE MEAL The holiday mtal is now served. Though festive, it usually starts with an egg dipped in salt water; the egg, a symbol of •nouming, is a reminder of the destruction of the Holy Temple. more bearable. There are those who claim that the appearance of the mixture is symbolic. Its roughness, caused by the nuts and the nard truit ot the apple make it resemble the rough surface of the bricks. Its formation, pressed together like a pad, resembles the form of clay used in making bricks. Its thickness resembles the density of the mould made for bricks. Some make it red by using the wine, or soft and spongy to resemble the blood that was spilt in our persecution. There are those who claim that the apples are used to remind us of the passage in the song of songs which reads "under the apple tree have I awakened thee Songs 8:5). ." (Song of Holiday Greetings To Our Many friends Construction Products Corp. 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Former Nazi Prisoners Ask
Ghana to Deal With MD
Eiqhteen-yeor-old Cuban exile Fortune Fintz accepts charter
from Georqe Maislen. president of the United Synaqoque of
America, at its 15th biennial convention of United i>vna-
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Mengele In sterilization experi-
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Friday. April 5, 1963 t— ift&i Fh\mt §t**w\ HA Page 9-B iss Sockloff To Marry MD A summer wedding in Brooklyn ibeing planned by Miss Elinor B. Sockloff and Dr. Jacob Becker. The future bride la the daughter ,i Mr and Mrs. Max Sockloff. 411 Malaga Ave., Coral Gables, who are making the annouiicement ol her betrothal this week. Teaching second grade classes ;n West Hempstead, L.I., for the past two years. Miss Sockloff athi'ded the University of Florida pnd has a degree from the University of Miami. Dr. Becker is the son of Mr. pnd Mrs. Sam Becker, Brooklyn. \ Y. A graduate of New York University, where he made Dean's 1 '. and of Bellevue Dental School, he is now interning at Beth Israel Hospital. The engaged couple will be mari ied on June 30. gMiss Drost Plans For June Wedding \ June wedding is planned by Miss Marcia Lynn Drost and Alan I Stone. Announcement of the betrothal has been made by the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har0 i Drost. 1526 Cartosa Ave.. Coral Gables. A graduate of Coral Gables Senior High, the bride-elect will graduate in June from the University 01 Miami where she is a member ol I'hi Sigma Sigma social sorority and the Association of Childhood Education. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Stone, 724 SW 26th Rd.. the pros pective bridegroom is a graduate ol Miami Senior High and will also receive a degree from the Universitj of Miami in June. Date of the planned wedding is June 9. Serkin, Reisman >ln Orlando Rites Mrs. Charlotte Reisman, of Miiami Beach, and Charles Serkin, ol Miami, were married Saturday, Mar. 16. at the home of Rabbi Morris Feldman in Orlando, Fla. The new Mrs. Serkin has been connected with the Miami Beach Recreation Department for the past nine years. The couple were attended by Terry and Eddie Reisman, sons of Mrs. Sirkin and the late Albert U. !ii isman. The newly married couple are temporarily making their home at > I \W 45th Ave. WANTED Housekeeper Companion for elderly woman, living in apartment vicinity of Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Sleep in or out. Write Mr. T., Box 2973, Main Postoffice, Miami 1, Fla. SENIOR CITIZENS BOARDING HOME MEALS, NURSE, HOMELIKE. PHONE 635-0035 AUTHOtlZEO DIALIR •gym* OiMllfy HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 STvk. All Mok., BalltrlM — Mom STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Rild (At Allan MJ Tf—Tradn— Trtah— tii Jl i-7tU %  A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-S401 s+ J Gables Unit Aids Child Rescue Hosts at a joint luncheon spun ed by Coral Gables Pioneer i Women were .Mrs. Harrj Let and Mrs. Eva Pritcher al Mrs. Pritcher's home. 2155 SW 19th Ter. President of the organization i-1 Mrs. Lillian Davig MISS UINOR SOCKlOff MISS MARCIA DROST \More Than Just a Vacation j | SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA "FREE GOLF" One Hour to Tampa and St. Pelt, i Tel. 726-1161 SPECTOR UNVEILING ri i Dedication of a Monument to the Memory o\ the lau JERRY SPECTOR n <>| M I MM. Irving Spector uill iii/


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Friday, April 5, 1963 *Jenisti fkridirtn Page 3-E AntiSemitism Scientifically Surveyed in Britain By SAMUEL J. GOLDSMITH LONDON — Strange as it may seem to Americans, there has never been-a seientitic survey of anti-Semitism made in Britain. Anti-Semitism, or whatever there is of it, was resisted in various ways by Jews and non-Jews, but (here was never an attempt made to discover how deeply rooted it is, which strata of the population it affects, what concrete forms it takes and how great is its potential danger in times of -social stress or economic recession. It was as if the organizations trying to fight anti-Semitism were trying to prevent the outbreak of an epidemic illness, where they could be located and how the disease is being carried. Now we have for the first time something approaching a scientific survey. Far from complete; here and there wrongly pitched; hut it is an honest piece of work by people who know about the subject. This survey, unpublished and for "home consumption" only, though not in itself a secret document, is before me as I write my article. I shall henceforth give its salient points, without interfering where I agree, but with gome observations where I don't. I Theoretically Free Some of the points in this Burvej are valid for all countries of the Diaspora, of course. AntiSemitic movements in various countries are strikingly similar. Political anti-Semitism in England: All three major parties, the Conservative (or Tory I Party, the Liberal Party and the Labor Party, are theoretically free of antiSemitism. It would be abhorent tn anyone of them to exploit the latent dislike of minorities for political ends. At the same time, there' are individual anti-Semites in all the three parties. They WDllld not be permitted to preach anti-Semitism within the party. but the party does opt take action against them. Thus: a Labor party member would be had Up before the Executive Committee, and probably expelled after a warning, if he was. say, a Communist.or a Fastis!., But he would* be letfltione if*nc was an anti-Semite. This same goes for the other two parties. Irvother-' words, anti-Semitism is not an offence against the party rules. Mosley and the Jews The avowed anti-Semites are concentrated in several small groups, such as the Briti-h National-Socialist Movement, the League of Empire Loyalists, the Northern European Ring. As to Mosley's National Union of Fascists, Sir Oswald Mosley himself has stated that he no longer has any quarrel with the Jews as a group. However, many of his followers are known anti-Semites. None of these anti-Semiticgroups has any political influence. In fact, they have no member of Parliament between them, not even an Alderman or Councillor on any of the local authorities. Economic anti-Semitism is much more of a problem for British Jews, though not a pressing one. to be sure. The Trades Advisory Council, a Jewish body doTo Grace Your Holiday Table Produced and Bottled By L'KOVED WINE CO. Yonkers, N.Y. HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL CEMENT HKOS. MANUFACTURERS OF PICTURE FRAMES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF ART SUPPLIES 1740 Alton Rd., M. B. JE 8-0511 signe.1 to fight discrimination in trade (as well as to guide its Jewish members), has some figures to offer on this score*.' During the last lifteen years, there were an average of sixteen recorded cases of economic discrimination against Jews in Britain, such as refusal to employ Jews, or refusal to deal with Jews. The Arab boycott does not come within this bracket. There are some firms who adhere to the rules of the boycott, but they do so to obtain contracts; they cannot be classified as anti-Semites in the ordinary sense. Stage Anti-Semitism There is much more social discrimination than economic. Its main area is the lower middle class. A number of suburban golf clubs and tennis clubs do not accept Jews as members, but you will find that the most exclusive social clubs and sports clubs ;lo not bar Jews. The captain of the Royal and Ancient, the most exalted golf in the world, is a Jew. The survey is very touchy about .anti-Semitism on the stage, in films and in literatudre. Some British Jews are even sensitive abdut 'Shakespeare and Dickens. "All right," they tell you, "Shakespeare is dead and so is Dickens, but Shy lock is marching on and so is Fagin." True enough. But it is generally accepted that nothing could possibly be done in England about Shakespeare and Dickens, even if Shylock and Fagin were doing harm, which is a debatable point. Those who tried to bowdlerize Shakespeare became figures of fun and derision. Shakespeare does not spare the English and the Scot, and we too have got to live with the Bard. The same goes for Dickens. The survey accepts this but says that modern writers, Jews and non-Jews, are actually doing harm to good interracial relations by introducing negative Jewish characters in books, plays and films. They thus produce a wrong image of the Jew. But there are no remedies for that. Even Jewish writers are not inclined to be guided by Communal leaders as to what they ought or ought not to write ... • It does seem that in England at least the solution is internal: the Jews must not be, so sensitive. A very intelligent-' and sophisticated English actress said ^m^the, oilier day:. Why areJews so worried about Fam? We are not worried about Bill Sykes, who is a much more repulsive character than Fagin." (Oliver Twist is now on the London stage as a musical.) "After all, Fagin only teaches little boys to pick pockets; Bill Sykes kicks his dog for the fun of it." Want Act Amended All in all. the situation in England is not as bad as it would seem from the press reports of violence in public places, court cases and deputations to members of the Government by Jewish leaders. In reality these are isolated cases, as are occasion, al daubings on synagogue walls. Nevertheless, Jews as well as non-Jews want the Public Order Act amended so as to make incitement to racial and religious hatred a punishable offence. This also concerns Negroes, Roman Catholics and other minorities— and ultimately the Nation as > whole. ..-..— WfVpl* ^ i^p i ^ MAKING PASSOVER DISHES EVEN MORE DELICIOUS (for a long, long time] I Take a page from any smart homemaker's book! Passover and all through the year, enjoy the extra-freshness and creamy-richness of Breakstone's in every dairy dish you serve. 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Friday. April 5. 1963 "pJenisti noridliiniin Page 5-E Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver's Preeminent Position Sy RABBI PHILIP S. BERNSTEIN I N Jewish history there has been nothing quite like the A;i • ID rabbi. Not only is he her and preacher, as rabbi. ays were, but also a pas (or. counsellor, administrator. iser, public relations expert, representative of his congri -. tiOB to the Jewish communitj -i I of the J'ewish community the general community. I; has larger interests he maj iso be active on the naand international scene: v,, flu at this moment rabbis are presidents of the Presidents i onl "iice, the American JewIsh rigress, the Zionist Organization of America, the American Zioi Council, the American Public Affairs Committee. the I nion of America'i Hebrew Congregations, as well as Deputy President of the Worl.l Jewish Congress, and execulive vicepresident of the United Jewish Appeal Members of the rabbin.iti .-re also active in the leadership of non-Jewish causes for peace and justice. Rabbis were prominent among the Freedom Riders, His Affiliations lr • rstandably, then. most rabbihave too little time for that *hich alone gives justification for their calling, i.e., the study and exposition ol the Torah. There are of course noteworthy exceptions. These include that giant among his colleagues. Abba Hillel Silver. Rabbi Silver has built up one of the largest congregations in the country numbering over 2,500 families. His religious school is excellent. He is the outstanding Jew in Cleveland. He has been in the forefront of great humanitarian causes and has been the friend of Presidents and Senators. He has led the Jewish Welfare Fund of Cleveland. He has been president of the Central Conference of Amer ican Rabbis. He is currently chairman of the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Organization. As chairman of the American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, he led the HAPPY HOLIDAY LONG DISTANCE MOVING to all points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFUlir 6IViN WITHOUT CHARGE ACE • R.B. VAN L1XKS. IXC. 2136 N,W. 24th Avenue NE S 6496 MIAMI Bendix & Phiko Bendix Automatic Washers Over Quarter of a Century Serving Greater Miami CALL FR 4-2728 C. B. & I. N. PRICi 1627 S.W. 1st STREET H(M£ APPLIANCE StRVICt historic fight for the establish ment of the Jewish State. His espousal of the Jewish case before the United Nations was a masterpiece of eloquence and statesmanship Yet somelow through it all he has managed to continue to study and expound Torah. He has written six serious books, three ot which, the best of them, deal specifically with Judaism— "A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel." "Where Judaism Differed," and now •'Moses and Hie Original Torah." The other three, though dealing with the contemporary scene, are an authentic expression of prohpetic Judaism. In the most recent of his books. Rabbi Silver pursues a scholar ly inquiry into the nature and fate of the original Torah ol Moses. This Torah he finds in the Covenant Code, Ex. 20, the Deuteronomic Code, Deut. 5, and the Holiness Code, Lev. 19. These represent, in his judgment, the most significant and the most enduring element in Judaism and in all the history of religion. Monumental Simplicity He writes. "There is little ot formal theology in these Word.other than the two foundation doc trines ol the faith—the unity of Cod and the prohibition ol images. There is no doctrine here of inherent human depravity and of the need for atoneContinued on Page 11-E Cff. ABBA HIUU SILVER Greetings for a Happy • Passover ...the 3)000year old joyous festival of freedom FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ->



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ridoy, April 5. 1963 *, lewis* fhridicm Korea, recited the "Four [Questions." In X Corps 600 men came off I h |ine to celebrate Passover. %  Who Seder was conducted by %  chaplain si^man just 20 miles \, ( ht main line of resistance. IneulciwiU (ieneral .White mfr, |„iv.ni I" .i"" wi,h ,he mL n m |!',, r annual "I'ilsnmaKe tor I „„ Three Jewish nurses I a ld iho story of the Exodus I „ form, H"i> adding a most ne feminine and poetic l-ouch '" the <' r:imat,c Peantry l,',i the Seder. Sergeant Freeman. I ; i seven months on the I line "1 resistance and I „( 12 patrols into noLnan's land, took time out to reI |be "Four Questions." Tin Marines, who were then l.a'd to be chewing up the Chi njoyed a much more pailaubic die! when they bit into Ithe Passover ritual foods at the Iscder conducted by Chaplain Isobel. Chaplain Norman Goldberg. Lho covered the deep south of Korea, and therefore was referi re( i to as the "Miami Rabbi" Lhen he came to Seoul, superIvi>ed the observances in Pusan. I Because the Korean Base Depot Iat which supplies landed was m Lhaplain Goldberg's domain, Imatzo halls, a critical item in [seoul. were available in greater labundanie at the Seder. Struggle for Freedom At the 45th Infantry Division I rear, where I conducted the 8th lArmy Seder. Chief Warrant Ofnicer Papcrno, wo looks like a [Greek and speaks Yiddish with | Sephardic accent, was the chief [kosher supervisor. With my rabIbinical approval and his super[viiition, even the Quartermaster %  chicken \\;<> served kosher style. I Master Sergeant Gantel, a baker at the 48th Mobile Army Surleical Hospital who generally prepared my Sabbath chalah, made |the matzo balls. I was Hanked at the Seder [table by Gen. Taylor. Gen. BarIcus, the late Chaplain Luther Jivans. then the 8th Army Chap[lain, and the late Col. Harry D. jllenshel. then chairman of [JWBs Armed Forces and Vetlerans Services Committee. In Jhi ? s-irrwm Seder address. Gen. ]Maxndl I) Taylor, then ComImander ol the 8th Army, and now [chairman. Joint Chiefs of Statt, hummed up the feeling of all of Ithe men in Korea when he said: I %  % %  '} the ancient struggle of MI. winch the Passover HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM May's Transfer 7201 NW 12 Ave. PL 8-6440 PAUL MAY, President Greetings from Algiers Flower Shop Harold and Jack Krongold 2513 Collins Ave. JE 4-2907 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MY FRIENDS •*• C Kpnnett FI R E CHIEF Miami Beach Florida 1 Pag 7-D Sme 200 young Naval trainees, sailors and other military personnel, attend a huge Passover Seder sponsored by the Chicago Aimed Services Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board at the Bernard Horwich Jewish Community Center. symbolizes, inspire us all to ever increasing devotion to those same ideals for wich we strive in our day. With faith in God and with the spirit of freedom ever aglow in the hearts of men, we will achieve a world of liberty and peace for all mankind." How to Prepare for Passover Continued from Pge ID eld about the proper procedures. Q. May plastic tablecloths be used? A. Yes. Q. Does the oven need special cleaning'' A. Since the oven is used throughout the year, it mu-t be cleaned, scraped and burned out. A fitting metal lining for the interior is recommended. Special metal plates should be placed over the top of the range to prevent contact with Passover utensils. Consult the rabbi for information on how to do this. Q. What is to be done with Chametz which is not consumed or disposed of before Passover? A. Passover regulations require transfer of ownership of such Chametz to a non-Jew via an instrument called Shtar Mechirah. All leftover Chametz should be placed in a spare room, closet or trunk which is then locked. All Chametz dishes and utensils. after thorough cleaning, also must be placed in a special locked location. 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Friday. April 5, 1963 PASSOVER 5723 ... *r* %  #< Wtmt-8r4Hlt*n Page 5rA Could there be a better way to count your blessings and enjoy your Seder with your family and friends than to remember Combined Jewish Appeal and Federation who make this modern exodus possible, and at the same time help to better the Jives of 25,000 friends and neighbors in Greater Miami? This Passover help to redeem and rescue Jewish men, women and children at home and abroad through Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal. SIDNEY LEFCOURT, President GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION ERNEST JANIS SAMUEL FRIEDLAND 1963 CJA Co-Chairmen TODAY as it did 4,000 years ago EXODUS means survival to vast numbers of Jews overseas ... Jews living in spiritual bondage ... in poverty ... in fear and in distress. They dream of leaving jjftaces where they are for Israel, this country and other lands. %  You can make this dream of Exodus come true for them as you have for 1,500,000 other Jews through the United Jewish Appeal. You can make Passover 5723 truly a Festival of Freedom for thousands who yearn for the miracle of deliverance. Do it, by your generous support of this year's 25th Anniversary campaigns of the United Jewish Appeal — in your community. Give to the UJA regular campaign. Then give a great extra gift to UJA's Special Fund for New Immigrants. Give today. %  %  %  We've Saved 3,000,000 lives Let's save more 25th Anniversary Year Campaign c@ united Jewish Appeal $36,000,000 SPECIAL FUND in addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN In behalf Of: UNITED ISRAEL APPEAL, JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE. NEW Y0K ASSOCIATION FOR NEW AMERICANS AND UNITED HIAS SERVICE. GIVE NOW-HELP NOW In Israel -Help 308,000 immigrants, new and old. Help bring in this year's thousands give them initial aid ... build 16,000 housing units. Help unabsorbed immigrants of previous years: 130,000 immigrant farm settlers still struggling, just short of economic independence (23,000 can make H this year, if UJA's goal is met). 51,000 aged and handicapped immigrants yearning for renewed usefulness. 33.000 young people in need of vocational and' youth training help. Outside Israel -Sustain 267,000 men, women and children including: In Europe, Moslem lends-Help thousands on the move and other thousands waiting their turn with transportation and reception aid, food, shelter, medical care and training 258,000 in all. In USA, other lands Aid and resettle 9,000 refugees. Continue to save lives at home and abroad, and make the dream of exodus come true. Give to Combined Jewish Appeal and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 1317 Biscayrte Blvd. FR 3 0411 MIAMI 32, FLA.



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r we ttc Pago 16-C +Jewisti norktiain Frida yAprU 5 Holiday Customs in Question and Answer Continued from Pago 11-C Jewish rejoicing. Some consider the egg as a means of emphasizing that there were two sacrifices eaten on the night of the Passover—the Paschal Lamb and the Holiday offering called "Chagigah." Thus two protein sources are placed on the plate— the shankbone representing the Paschal Lamb and the egg representing the "Chagigah." Some consider the egg as a svmbol of spring since its fresh appearance symbolizes the growing things which come into bloom with the advent of the spring season—the season of the Passover. A most interesting explanation is the one which considers an egg as the symbol of the type of deliver salvation we achieved u or at other occasions The %  very of fowl ls unl lkc living species because whll er species give birth to ished being, the fowl ( nlv birth to an egg which is Lz to hatch into a living |L They were slaves unto Pharoah They fled in haste from Egypt He passed over their houses He caused the Red Sea to open from Kiddush to Had Gadya Had Oodyj, A JOYOUS SEDER TO ALL! 1> I +l*< INSTAM MAXWELL 7H0USE COFFE1 from MAXWELL HOUSE the Original Passover Coffees Almost as symbolic as Matzah... Maxwell House has brought holiday cheer into Jewish homes for 40 years! Instant or Regular, they're the Original Passover Coffees.. richer in taste and aroma with that matchles good-to-the-last-drop flavor. ?ss SUPERVISED AND CERTIFIED HOUSE KOSHER and PARVE for PASSOVER by Rabbi Htrsch Kohn of New York UF COFFE* Fine Products of General Foods



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Page 14-E ifmUt nrrHinr State Dep't in Apology For Slight to News Chief Co-chaiimen of the Liquor Division of the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign meet at a breakfast meeting. Left to right are Leo 'Chick" Chaiken. ci Weinkle's Liquor Stores, and Jerry Haipem right, of Atlantic Liquor Co. Not shown is Marvin Levin, publisher of the Southern Beverage Journal. They have pledged an increased aoal of 22 percent higher than the S40.OOO raised by the division m 1962. Rabbinical Assembly Retaliates By Postponing Confab in Israel NEW YORK JTA The Assembly of America. n of Amer.i %  Rabbis, confirmed thi week r-; I rtion Lholding of a c cheduled for Diner in Israel, u a protegainst an ofIsrael. The organization's executive council canceled the conference because Jewish religious authorises in Israel refused to accept two Jewish divorces executed by the Rabbinical Assembly's Beth Din rabbinical court). The conference would have been in the form of a "kinus," an assembly fcr contacts with Israelis, rathtr lhan a convention, and it would have been the f-rit Conservative "kir.us" in Israel. The executive council took !he a protest to the Iir Religion failed to elicit a satisfactory reply, a spokesman said. He added tha; were continuing ben the Rabbinical ASS4 ;-nd iel in an • fl to settle the dispute o that the could be scheduled for 1964 It was to have been held in June or July of this year 01 nally, the spokesman said Passover Greetings To All Our Friends Councilman and Mrs. M. J. "MIKE" WACKS and Family of North Miami Beach TO ALL GREETINGS SAN BORNPLUMBING Good Plumbing 23 N.W. 11th Street Ph. FR 4-3002 Miami, Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS LUMBER YARDS. INC. LESTER GERSHEN and DAVID LEVINE 2000 PURDY AVENUE, Miami Beach JE 2-2448 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL HANDELL PRINTING CORP. 2157 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-5824 PASSOVER GREETINGS Russell's Boat Works NOW AT OUR NEW LOCATION 501 N.W. South River Drive, Miami Ph. 379-6931 RUSSELL MANERING. Prop WASHINGTON (JTA) — The State Department has officially agreed that >Mton Friedman. \\a>hington correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. >hould have been admitted to a back ground briefing in the Depart mer.t on Jan. 28. and attributed his exclusion to an official %  misunderstsnding."' Assistant Secretary of State Robert Manning, replying to the protest made on behalf of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency by Phii-p Slomovitz. its vice president, conceded that the matter "should have been handled more wisely Once Friedman had made known his desire to attend the briefing. Mr. Manning said, "he •hould have been invited. I regret that he was not. Manning said in his reply that he had looked into the incident at the request of Secretary of State Dean Rusk and stated, "I can assure you that no affront to Mr. Friedman or to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency was irv tenfed. Nevertheless, a misunderstanding occurred, and I welcome this opportunity to explain the circumstances that apparently occasioned it." The State official :ribed the I cd brief. .held by the Dep rtmer.l time to time, ar.i p< intcd out lions' to thesi riel •are likely to range from the allinclusive downward to a handful i rr spondenl w ho have a al interest in a subject have been seeking indivi ictervi Attendance .=t backlers is often limit-,-1, it would be impractical in most invited the 211 correspondaccredited to the Depart %  I ackgr :• present case. Manning -.-. •of D." E. Juhrn as S il Representative of the Palestine Concilation Commi>=ion. It a: set up by the Deputy Public Atfairs AdGREETINGS.. LA HUIS CLINICAL LABORATORIES 550 BRICKEll AVENUE HUNTINCTON BUILDING viser of the Bureau of Near Eastern .Affairs, and uas given by Mr Robert C. Strong, director of the Office of Near Eastern Affairs. A small number of reporters were invited, representing major American newspapers and wire services, namely New York Time-. New York Herald Tribune. Baltimore Sun. Washington Po-t. Washington Star. Time Magazine. Associated Press, and United Pros International "The principle followed in compiling this list was to invite correspondents who cover the Department regularly and who had been asking questions virtually every day about the Johnson matter. When Mr. Friedman subsequently inquired about the briefing, he was told that it was limited to those who had been invited. This should have been handled more wisely; once he had made known his interest in the subject, he should have been invited to attend the briefing. I regret that he was not." The Assistant Secretary of State ,.<| that in the Department with Fr re_ had an> connection witn luston from the briefing He said that "in with Friedman. 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Fnday. April 5, 1963 vJewisb fhridian Page 11-E Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver Today Continued from Page 5-E merit, redemption, or salvation. The sorrows and despair of the worid are not dwelt on, and no way of escape is offered from the 'j-ammcls of existence. There are no magical formulae here by means of which to constrain the deity, nor any technique of divination by which t<> ascertain hit "-ill. Nothing is said about pmaistence, reincarnation, transmigration, a judgment day, resurrection, or immortality. "No messiah is promised, no worid renewal, no future age, and no kingdom not of this world. Here are clearly indicated ethical guideposts pointing the way toward a sound and orderly way of life for the individual and society. Here are standards of be^hav.or which do not transcend the limits of man's powers This is the original Torah which Moses set before the children of Israel according to the commaud of Y H V H — a Torah of monumental simplicity, of lucid irity, of great depths, but of no mysteries." Paganism Routed 01 Silver attributes these to Moses, an original geniui :ar in advance spiritually HI those who followed him chronally. It was the latter, he claims, who put the emphasis on ril on legalistic observances, interested Moses very little The greatest of the prophreached the return t| the ,il Mosaic emphasis. Hosea in the name of the Al>. For I desire mercy, nol sacrifice, and the knowledge in I rather than burnt offerin. Micah reminded the pi of the requirement of the orif ill Torah: "It hath been told mee. O man. what is good. Anii what the Lord doth require of thee; Only to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God." The concluding chapter of the book deals with the question, "How Did the Original Torah Fare?" The answer is that it had a tortuous, a zigzag fate, but it endured. It was often flouted and ignored. Its high ethical commands and austere national worship imposed demands which ordinary men found very difficult if not impossible to meet. Prc-Exilic biblical history can be seen as one continuing struggle between the pristine Torah of Moses and the indigenous paganism of the environments and weakness of man. Only in the Exile were paganism and idolatry finally put to rout. But as Rabbi Silver coneludes, "The Pure faith of Moses was by no means fully triumphant even now. It never had been in any generation in the past. A major spiritual battle had indeed been won, but by no means the final victory. In all the succeeding centuries, an,1 under many skies, the ancient struggle for the true faith was to go on, under new forms to be sure, but unmistakably. The original Torah would never lose its magnetic appeal and its eternal challenge." There will be differences oi opinion among scholars about some of Rabbi Silver's conclus-, ions. This is inevitable for the materials are fragmentary, the evidence is incomplete, and ac; cording to the author. Moses i himself did not put his codes %  into writing (a conclusion with which the Orthodox must dis-1 agree). But there can be no dif; ference about the greatness of Moses who turned religion in the direction of morality. There can be no difference about the role which the Torah imposed upon the Jewish people making it a Kingdom of Priests and a Holy Nation with all the accompanying burdens and suffering; "You alone have I chosen; therefore do I impose this yoke upon you." There is no question that the Torah was the chief instrument of Jewish survival, and alone gave meaning to that survival. There is no question but that the State of Israel has a special quality dc rived from the Torah which all of its citizens, in their several ways, acknowledge. Interesting Light Rabbi Silver briefly discusses the question that has always intrigued me: What happened to the original tablets of the law on which it was believed the j original Torah was inscribed? According to biblical accounts, they were kept in the Ark and carried through the winderness and finally deposited in the Temple in Jerusalem. But they were not in the second Temple. What happene.l to them? As Rabbi Silver writes, "They had disappeared and they were no longer needed or missed." This throws an interesting light on the religious outlook of Jews who have never even cared where Moses was buried, as contrasted with Christendom's veneration of sacred relics and Holy Places. The primary concern of the Jews has always been with performing the mitzvot, fulfilling the ethical commands of their religion. This emphasis, as Rabbi Silver convincingly demonstrates, was given its impetus and direction by Moses in the original Torah. BEST WISHES FOR A JOYOUS PASSOVER We would like to take this opportunity to extend ro the entire Jewish community our best wishes for a very happy and joyous Passover FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND IOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI Downtown: 101 N.E. 1st Avenue Branch: Biscayne Shopping Plaza HAPPY PASSOVER CARPET MART 970 S.W. 8th Street Phona FR 3-0574 GREETINGS BILL TINDER GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmore Course lessons by Appointment Complete Line of Golfing Iquipmen Phone Biltmore HI 6-0649 1210 ANASTASIA AVE. MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS DINE DANCE 5W Deer Run • Phone TU 8-4521 EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY ART BRUNS, Co-Owner TO ALL GREETINGS JAMES A. REARDON i YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN "To the thousands who voted for me MANY THANKS" To All Happy Holidays J C T McGLON, JR. 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Page 12-E tfr J!/-ii..;i in i:.-il iitlon "f fl I .i n Mon I > I %  %  % %  i to I *w • ; ,„ -. r\ i i Monda s 8:30 |.m. ih > iiriiB> :l.i n.m. ",, M'' FLAGLER GRAN'ADA: H NW Sl.t Let Us Break the Chains That Enslave Our Hearts RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF labor toward the real By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Congregation Beth El During tinforthcoming Passwill recite the is, "Hoshato avday, leshono a benej chorin"—"This year ire slav< s; next year we -hall be freemen." What significance %  this Btrange statement hold foi us in this land of freedom? In analyzing the words "slavery" and "freedom," we find deep meaning indeed. Slavery restricts fit individual trom thought and action. It denies him authorship of his biography, and he can not mold his own life and destiny. Freedom, however, offers the right to shape and regulate the manner in which the individual will grow, progress, and..plan his destiny. Our ancestors in Egypt were slaves not so much of their phy %  ic I servitude. For life as freemen in the promised land also demanded strenuous toil. Their slavery consisted mainly in that their minds and thoughts were shackled. The drudgery of monotonous labor with neither purpose nor plan, served to stifle "their ambition and desire. The individuality and personality were thus reduced to emptiness. The freedom which the exodus gave them released the chains on their minds, as well as their boc'ics The machinery of their moral and intellectual muscles was allowed to pulsate uninhibited, flowing life-giving vigor and vitality to their tired bodies. It was this spiritual emancipation which marked the main difference between life in Egypt and life in the promised land. How does this affect us? Simply that we. too, are often enslaved in our moral and intellectual lives. We are bound by the material pursuit to keep up with our neighbors. We are enslaved by the drive for possession and power, by the desire to satisfy our physical senses. In this self imposed slavery, we allow our souls, our most valuable asset, to become corroded, and our lives thus become devoid of purpose and plan. There is a story about a man who was a prisoner for forty years. During that time, he was made to turn a very heavy stone. He was told that this helped activate a generator outside the prison wall which, in turn, brought electricity to the entire town. The first thing he did upon his release was to inspect his accomplishment. Much to his dismay, he found there was no generator. All his work was wasted. Let us avoid that heartbreaking experience of expending our energies, only to look back at a lifetime of wasted efforts. "Hoshato avday, leshono habo beney chorin." Let us resolve to break the chains which enslave our minds and hearts, and which compel us to vain and useless pursuits. With this, we will be lree to labor toward the fulfillment of our highest and noblest capacities. pi. Conservative. Rabhi Dflvid Ros.•-feld Cantor George Goldberg. l-i-i l.i\ S:1S p.m. StM-inon: "I n pure •-.,! %  I-., t "* • • Bhaboal hortyj Mr and Mr*. Pavld GoMenfcers M ,. ,., the ir i"iii % % %  .l.iins: Rniiivereary: and Mr. and Mm. Brwtn M'"xhall, in honoi %  >!' their i -"• 1 11 wedding m nlvernan Saturday '•' %  "' r Mltivah: Gary. on ol Mr and Mrs. Ai /..'%  !. r. Redemption "f firstborn MOIKU.I T a HI Paaaover s. i vice) ,, r. |,.m. T". - 9 B MI Sermon: "Bitter Sweet.' wednenaajP :> a.m 8er n: '*Mi i • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 180' E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabb Rich?^H M Levi'"o 7:47, p.m Pn l*a • fain,'. ..,,.. i in. a Shabbii i ho.ti MI: Mm. I i Monda) l'.-~• ; .in — • HEBREW ACADEMY. 24"D Pmetree d'. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. G-oss. 9 ; •! .%  .. %  a.m. si rfor fal %  ih'I Irotborn Mi>ndin 7:30 .. m Monda) ; 13 p in, I-.,. povei -• i 'Ice* Tueada] and Wedi Information. Saturday 9 :i.m. sbath—The Core of Ratifftoij. Free-i dom." Morfdsiy PaaaoYar 8:80 |i.m. 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oo# O" Page IOC 9-JewisfiUcrMiar TndayT OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES SPECTOR and SONS 575 SW 22nd Avenue Phone FR 9-1365 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER RECREATION POOL SNOOKER WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET ~.MV.Y ROBINSON SSI MX 79* Street PI 4-5314 IQ ALL VOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS YOUR FRIENDLY KWIK CHEK STORES FOOD STORKS ^Thrre's Omr \emr Vewr* MHdi Kaildrr* ire, %  <% 100 N. EL 1* Are. hfiemi. norido ToC woi* wr-c ?=rscess Gnwcscs PARAMOUNT CLEANERS s*to.*w.:-•*> M '4iww M „-srsj a.*j* curms TO V. -IOH> F. ALU SO* SEASCSTC S55TTTX3S TO AU O"."?. nroos AXT FArsoKs 1 k. Cantor Associates, be **^" v fc* ,s*r*5 r*v >. R *.CH" PJE?T •• ;?~3^ =">" T V5SC £?. AITMAN RMSUtANCE & REAL ESTATE rrsos MM.lMHtR MRSK1V •* *i-^ ci.r > ^*x~j—-ttr?—i>*.*< 15721 NW 7* AVEWS --e*~l •ETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO SK^ em Sr va *-! DIMS SAUU. *.^AMCI *^*gfij_>a-S i JST.'Ci The Many Ways to Celebrate Passover Continued from Page 9-C This is not surprising inasmuch as scholars say this custom was introduced in the Middle Ages, probably in response 10 the b'H>d libels of that time. Since the Yemenite Jews were practically isolated from the rest of Jewry then, it is understandable that their Hasgadah does MM include that passage. Moving northeastward into tail ire find the Persian Jews celebrating Passover in large groups, usually in the courtyard the "Mullah'" lreligious leader' In the Caucasus For the 24 hours preceding the start of Passover, all first horn boys and girls fast in tribute to the Ar.gel Of Death's haxing passed over' the house; of the Hebrews when he slew the Egyptian first born during the tenth plaque yskisg the tastiest and the most %  o rta r-lfl u l oot la g Haroset is something all Persian Jews vie M accomplish ar-.-'. ever, the men pitch ki M :r. crease the chance :: Dadfeag tlM BMM B>BeiOUS eaoaMaattoa at tnat, eafts and a kH .-he CautaiBM, Jes stir Roar for Malt ar. the first daj t Passate* As ast.y; Yemenite leas at bagIfataai n social •• .:> %  whach crerj MM v a spaeifk task %  accordance %  aft %  i xx. I tJnSBfje the Caaeasiaa Jews in •:: :: :. ro-_t :.— .-; i_ the t JOBS' a thesr bosses betare the aalatay aal abs:rve the >-_>%-r. •:' >*...r.: as c?: rcr.-.pea ."< Har-ise* .i s: p.r_.ar :the Cllflii! LZiZ Je • > (it ;t COMBINE TTO Bitter herb* and sutZM ate eaten together in accordance n-th the i nt eipie u t l on of HilleL a great Tilsi*djc sage, wkro bred m the ante cf the HoJy Temple, throughout the week of Passover. They also enjoy a salad with -mall pieces of Matzot mixed in it during the holiday period At the Seder, which is held in the presence of the "Hicham r<: i its leader 1 the men wear I their waists and carry •• rds The> sit togethth the am ia lam straight rows on either side of an elaborately w rug on which the Seder dishes and cacdelabras are set When the Hicham reads "ia ever, generation each BUM assM I rr. himself as :'. he persocsrparasd turn Egypt."' one <4 the ycune men takes some Vit:.: r-_t? ;: .r c a wore cloth fe AO aV*etifls t I HOUSTON KIBBLE Merit MMBH Tax Assesser IC AU ^RIZ~.NGS ATs BectTk Motor Repairs ^E-~^ R vE\ NP REBUILD SERA JE Ph. 374-5838 1652 NW 7ttt AVENUE MIAMJ. RA. TOR REST AXT REL.-.XATTON AT VO'JS FAVORITE FTRNITURE STOKE L B. MiaOHE MATTRESS CO. afcQfsr HobJ.--s .A.. Oai Najaga WUKS Ft ELUOTT E. STAUINS STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY and walks about the roor sim. ing it to each person. As he does so. he cxp-iuu in the language ^p--^. n by the Caucasian jews that this u the way our forefatherled E^ypt—so hurriedly that Ihej did Bat have t:^e to let the yeast nse :n their bread, and he maker seven] quick rowemer.'ia rder to lay stress on the r.jnvdly." After this, a hoy it chosen, is ed m old tattered clothes izd Ls given a knapsack and a long staff wiib which he if sent tide. He then ha^ U plead th the •to kri hta reton by a.swrmr them at his puncttllDa> %  csi effaaerring Jeauh reli_ Ba .*> EK*>C P'<'ices F.r-iliy. when the aduHl art convinced of good b-oavia the boy teiis them that he I tt-i\eier yost ret.rf.-i from Jenv -ir= He then is readmitted ais > --.:.-. nagiD* to teil e-.T— ->Toos R :-:s24 Prescrifriee 5fiolisfe STX3 KL. IK AI — Jimmy* GUU Senrk* Stetw* \TtS Ni 7^*i ST aoeaji ass UN S-6 .!,• .-• LOTSFE1C0 PA o-'oM



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Fridc April 5, 1963 *J, distributed through 190 When the terrible fire of pread, the worst ever in ,ii Gorman history, the was completely destroy rcat difficulties had to be in. before the homeless ere permitted to build it ..in mi top, there were further restriction! Ghetto in Prague was the :mouand ieasl restricted 111 .ill. In their own .-< i il the beautiful, ancient n Jews enjoyed an auton life They had many :ul synagogues, their own all and guildhalls. .Vealth in the Ghetto Page 9-D v ghetto had a few fain ili, ho managed to escape p. y Some were physicians of'.i called by well-to-do Chris tii despite the veto of the Cl h. A small number, well vi I in business, became advjs ol nobility. Others were at • o lend large sums to prince< iid Gentiles of the upper cl. And did not—to mentis, only two examples—Amsel Hi r Rothschild, of the Rothicl financial dynasty come froi Frankfort's Jews' Street? Tb there was Mordecai Meisel, oi Prague,.who. loaned considerate sums to the emperor. But w.v. he died childless, the emperw confiscated Meisel s we. -h I other medieval institution n. .d the Jews better than grit "o life. In summary, howevt the darkness of Jewish life if •• Middle Ages was not withOL' relief Political and econor restrictions were often not HAPPY PASSOVER Hofmann's Garage 131 Alton Road JE 4-2305 A HAPPY PASSOVER Southgate Drugs 900 West Avenue JE 4-4618 HAPPY PASSOVER Import Fashions 7 55 Collins Ave. UN 6-0039 A street in the ancient Ghetto of Prague. enforced. Sometimes a year passed without any storm to disturb the Jews' peace; the Sabbath and the holidays, the engagements and marriages, the Fair days and the Brith—they all brought their joys and made life happy behind the high ghetto wall-. A Merry Spirit Despite outer gloom, the Jews were able to retain their optimism regarding their own and mankind's future. The modern scholar. Israel Abrahams, said: "A merry spirit smiled on Jew ish life in the Middle Ages joyousness forming, in the Jewish conception, the coping stone ol piety." How to Prepare for Passover Continued from Page 7-D tor transfl r Ol ownership to a non-Jew. Q. When is ownership returned? A The rabbi, acting as your agent, may repurchase the Chamelz after Passover, when the owner may again use it. Your name and address should be.left with the rabbi and a reasonable period of time should pass before the stored Chametz is used so that the rabbi will have time to finish the second part of the transaction. O. What is the special ceremony connected with Chametz disposal? A. A formal ceremony, called "Bedikat Chametz." is required. This begins with a final check of the home at nightfall Sunday. April 7th, to make sure all Chametz has been removed. Pockets of all clothing to be worn during Passover should be included in tins search since the house then is assumed to be tree of Chametz, crumbs ol bread are placed in each room so that the search will not be in vain. Immediately after nightfall on Sunday. Apr. 7, the Head of the House, his waj lighted by a candle carried by a member ol the household, goes from room to room, using a feather and wooden spoon to gather any Chametz. Then the Chametz. spoon, feather and candle arc wrapped in a cloth and tied with a string. This package is to be burned the next morning. The Head of the House then formally renounces ownership of any undiscovered Chametz. Q. What is the ceremony for the burning of the Chametz? A. The ceremony is called "Biur Chametz" and takes place no later than 10 a.m., on Erev Continued on Page 1S-D BEST WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS FOR A WAPPY PASSOVER LESLIE SIMMONDS RAY SMITH HAPPY PASSOVER NICK & ARTHUR'S RESTAURANT and LOUNGE Over 27 Years of Gourmet Dining 1601 79th STREET CAUSEWAY TO ALL GREETINGS ESTES SILVERSMITH REPAIRS and PLATING SPECIALIZING IN GOLD AND SILVER ELECTROPLATING 1287 NW 27 AVE. NE 4-0119 SINCE 1925 EAST COAST FISHERIES. INC. We Supply Hotels • R ts towont s & Institutions Also Ship to AH Parti of USA. FREE PARKING WHOLESALE & RETAIL tat Sea food for Health West Flogler Street at the Bridge FR 3-5514 THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH extend the hope of a hoiij ana happy f~assov er to all those of the Jewish faith — 1963-5723 MAYOR DAN DIEFENBACH COUNCILMEN: JOHN ESTES—MIKE WACKS -JACK R. GERMAIN BERNIE BERMAN — IRVIN SHARF J. REARDON *^5iiicere lAJishcs for ^y^t <-J~T app u /" 6 a < •over MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ and FAMILY PHILIP BERKOWITZ MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ and FAMILY MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ and FAMILY MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ and FAMILY MR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN and FAMILY MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF and FAMILY PASSOVER GREETINGS R. B. MARX & CO., INC. SPECIALISTS IN FLORIDA SECURITIES Underwriters and Distributors of Investment Securities 1102 Ainsley Building, Miami FR 7-3658 Dade County Resident Since 1906 A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE Floats. Machinery, Office, Safes, Household, Concrete Pouring — Move] Anythi n g 3 4 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area 239 N.W. 26th STREET Phone 635-6611 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL i:iw Aims mo in c 1; to. 1227 M.W. 21st STRUT rnWtH % %  4'^IW GREETINGS Ft 7 MANCm* Florida's First and Finest Chinese Restaurant Now Open 12 Noon Luncheon Dinner • Supper STEAMING HOT DELIVERY SERVICE 325-71st Street, Miami Beach Phono UN 6-4303 PASSOVER GREETINGS Mrs. Morris Kronberg — Robert and Edith Schweitzer ECONOMY PLUMBING CO., INC. JE 8-3626 FR 3-2549 FR 9-3056 PL t-9700



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Friday. April 5, 1963 ^Jewisti fir rid for Page 3-D 5 A Joyous Passover to All... 5723 THE KORETSKY FAMILY National Hotel i677 COLLINS AVENUE JE 2-2311 MIAMI BEACH Happy Passover Greetings to All MARTINIQUE HOTEL 6423 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH UN 6-5711 JERRY GRANGER, Manager Happy Passover Greetings to All BARCELONA HOTEL OCEAN & 43rd ST. JE 2-3311 JACK PARKER OASIS MOTEL & APTS. 6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875 MIAMI BEACH GEORGE AAARGOLIS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL BLUE WATERS HOTEL 74th STREET ON THE OCEAN Phone UN 6-6231 Wl HAPPY PASSOVER SAFARI MOTEL 17749 COLLINS AVENUE IRVING VENOOK Wl 714431 WOFFORD BEACH RETIR€MENT HOTEL OCEAN & 24th STREET JE 1-6691 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL — HAPPY PASSOVER SEA SHORE HOTEL 1390 OCEAN DRIVE JE 1-1291 Mr. & Mrs. Max Feigeles Mr. & Mrs. Harry Weinshenker GARDEN OF ALLAH 6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9881 MIAMI BEACH ELIL ANDRON MR. AND MRS. LOUIS KATZ BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 EUCLID AVENUE JE 1-1103 MIAMI BEACH 1963 rag? To our many friends and patrons and to Jewish people everywhere, may this traditional Festival of Freedom be a joyous season for all GREETINGS FROM CLAVELON HOTEL 4210 COLLINS AVENUE JEfferson 1-1171 FRITZ HACKENBERG MONTMARTE HOTEL 4775 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 2-1731 AAAX LESHNIK & FAMILY ATLANTIS HOTEL 2655 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-0381 MR. & MRS. MAURICE TUCKER and MR. AL RUSKA, Manager Caribbean Hotel ON THE OCEAN & 37th STREET and their families extend best wishes FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY BEAU RIYAGE 9955 COLLINS AVENUE SAHARA MOTEL 18335 COLLINS AVENUE CHATEAU MOTEL 19115 COLLINS AVENUE SUEZ MOTEL 18215 COLLINS AVENUE Wl 7-0661 ROBERT LUCAS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL MR. & MRS. LEWIS LESHNER CHARLES HOTEL 1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711 MIAMI BEACH SURREY HOTEL 4390 COLLINS AVE. IE 1-0081 MIAMI BEACH BOB LEFKOWITZ SHEPLEY HOTEL 1340 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-6724 Irving and Tessie Wasserman HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL CONTINENTAL HOTEL 4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-6721 BARRY HESSER, Manager THE FABULOUS NEW WAIKIKI MOTEL 18801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH DANIEL & JOE LIFTER Wl 7-3451 TRITON TERRACE HOTEL 2729 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-6651 SANFORD SLATER TO ALL — PASSOVER GREETINGS NEPTUNE HOTEL 15995 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH MR. HAROLD GRUDER MR. HAROLD DRUKER



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Friday, April 5. 1963 fjfni.dh ffnrMlnin Page 7-A Newly-elected officers of the Young Adult Group of the Miami YMHA are (front row) Joyce Buchwald. second vice president i left); and Manny Palgon, president (right). Rear row (left to right) are Carol Gershenoff, recording secretary; Sid Gersh, :ir*t vice president; Susan Dardick, financial secretary; Eileen Giiard, corresponding secretary. Not shown is Harold Bernstein, treasurer. Young Adults Elect Officers Younn Adult Group of the Mi-1 ami YMHA announces the election of officers and members of the lward for the coming year. Elected were Manny Palgon. president; Sid Gersh. first vice president; Joyce Buchwald, second vice president; Carl Gershenoff. recording secretary; Eileen. Girard, corresponding secretary; Harold Bernstein, treasurer; and Susan Dardick. financial secrets, ry. Elected to the board were Shelby Friedland, Sue Rosenberg.: Diane Tauber, Jack Kotkin, Jerry Cohen and Ruth Garrett. Young Adult Group is open to: ail men and women 18 to 30 years of age. Regular meetings are hold on Wednesday evenings, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami YMHA, 450' SW 16th Avc. The group also announced its. program for the remainder of the month. On Apr. 10, there will be n special holiday music program for Passover. On Apr. 17. there \> ill be a dance exhibition and instruction, with a special program planned. On Apr. 24, the club is planning an athletic program in the gym ol I he Miami "Y." United Fund Tour Second in a scries of "Come and See" tours designed for Miami Beach United Fund campaign leaders will be held on Tuesday, Apr. 23. Mrs. .lames Rawlings is chairman of the tours committee. Volunteers will meet at the Beach campaign office, 541 Lincoln Rd.. at 9 a.m. Appe-teasing Jfefer ft Patsortr Watch your appetite! Here comes Vita Herring, marinated to tease, tempt, beguile. Start your next meal with a herring appetizer; or make it the main course for a meatless meal that is deliciously different. It's ready to serve right from the jar; featured in food store refrigerated cabinets. VITA HERRING WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES Headquarters for Passover Needs At Lowest Prices! COMPLETE LINE OF FINEST DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED KOSHER WINES & SPIRITS! M4H.I<:.\ DAVID WINE BRING MS coupon GOOD FOR fREE EXTRA 1 MERCHANTS 5 GREEN STAMPS Concord Grope Cash & Carry 5th 88 WI THANVPI:BOIASE OF $5.00 OB MORE %  Tk. Reaular Stamp* Z l Additian To Th. R*9 IMPORTED FROM ISRAEL CARMEL KOSHER BRANDY WHILE IT LASTS! FIFTH $499 4 CARMEL IMPORTED FROM ISRAEL SLIVOVITZ WISHNIAK >5 95 FIFTH CARMEL Imported from Israel WINE SJ29 HONEY MEHD Kosher for Passover FIFTH FIFTH 99 FLEISCHMANN'S PREFERRED Blended Whiskey O 39 Cash tr Crry FIFTH McNAUGHTONS CANADIAN Whiskey 499 QUART BALLANTINE'S SCOTCH 4 99 FIFTH Co.h 4V Carry Many more items to select from in our 20 convenient stores MIAMI BEACH 1127 WMhlntto* Jt 4-4545 SUNNY ISLES •17 Sunny I.U ilvd. Wl 7-1241 •19152 CoMInt WI7-15S SOUTH DADE •12425 $. OI CI 5-1717 CUTLER RIDGE •20143 $. Di CE 5*0ir MIAMI •8116 N.W. 7th A... PL 4-7216 2301 N.W. 12th Av.. NE 5-8312 10998 N.W. 7th Av,. PL 4-4191 1525 Bi.c.yn. PL 7-1115 7190 W. FUUr CA (-0211 HOLLYWOOD &f 1520 S. Fcder.l WA 2-4731 •2644 Hollywood ilvd. 927-2112 W. HOLLYWOOD •W. Hollywood Ploio YU 3-3610 CORAL GAILES 2211 Pone. HI 4-1425 102 Pom. HI 6-0363 1210 S. Di>M MO 7-IS37 •OPEN LATI EVENINOS tOPIN SUND AY FT. LAUDERDALE 912 N. Pd*r.l JA 4-0625 1701 S. Andrew. JA 3-5868 tW. Brow.rd. Rt. 7 LU 3-2125 FREE DELIVERY A BOTTLE OR A CASE Phono The Store Nearest You



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\ 1 I'ctqo 12 B ** fnttfjtfi nrricfi^r Friday, April 5, 1963 /)ar <^/VlitzvaU Edwairf Stiongin Hubbi \."in.in \ Shapiro will n.liu-l WM v in-Hi'l il Bl Mill ..it ul i dw.'"i Strongw .i; Beth • v ,,i -. lurdaj morning, ill 111. rl.lu.i'. \ .'i Mi .HI Mrs Ben s t*m4*M C./. 0P*VI i •.'.-. • •. • I •. Kta.> o v %  • I Q Shabhtt N Mr tod M MiU. 'ii R Mann heitner, will be celebrated Satur da) morning, M'i <> %  al Temple KmamiKI iv Irving Lehman Will Offil Hearj u > seventh grade etu .ii Palmetto Junior Mi pi,celebrant will be honored luncheon in the CarlUon Hotel follow (he Saturdaj lervices Giy Zi*9'" Rabbi David Rosenfetd will ol the Bai Mltavah ol Garj SUMhegh Saturdaj morning, M-. • %  Flakier-Granada Jrwish Center Gar] ii student .;•• the Cen • ,• %  ^ Relign Sehool and Is •> se* rath grade honor student at Kin loch Parti Junior High A first prrte winner i tbo ad*ools teieoee show, his exhibit won bntv orable mention y. the South HOTMa Sc i e a ct Pnte Mv Us] Mrs Allan I Etegler, .-.v. sw nh SI %  • lb* K*d.'• lHewiag the cerea s ton s* m t /r i-^ Gory Zicaltr Idword Slrongin u W-2* 000 Rtary M— %  < — r Cf Pl.fkm CS.W fNII • t he % v -. %  ... \ Mrs I > ts^Nf -it* • VttBg ,' -.. iraaaaai ~*^**' ." .. MM -.-v -r 33' have a truly luxurious wedding fashion show sanquet "•-^Seville %  rt^-'tss Vfre, mm taxe d wm tm tH, •osrt stj1 -!.; to sens sea tar aaca lea -:ar— %  ST. iLLE affair—"cw for 10 or LOOO— k jar.*: wa tta S>.T tracna ami K0S-E9 Ci'EI NG VA LABLE CAU fSTfUi POtAf: it 2-2511 ^Wt r*^ CC£A.NFRO*T. t< TO JH STREETS. M'AV; BtCH HI Haivc trial as MetWng, Banquet, or Special Occasion Ov a*a kg ? \J.] sesasff) %  ? -.• t •*• r5 5ar %  11 .'i %  HAIEL A_SCN € 1-eCcS M~> $-•• %  : >.;* %  : J>* -" **~ *• ; ^4 CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A •:• j -•. or a ji • .-•'••. o-i wtsi 3.SOO %  *• SfTl*' -*•$ S'WCTL* OBSSBVEO JMaFJ TIE SUPERVlSaHI I >' RABBI T1B0R H. STERH CDEALIVILLE Jti.. *-^\. r* > j !if..%  J^*l ^ ^ 1 O— TMf OCU AM AT •?*• STStAKT : UN 5-I5H MIAMI BEACH For Vw> Sceci Cccascrs Jbw/imwt CAL 3L —A =RCCV -. %  ruj^ JSH '.a Laassataa luusn a m.* ^c(ctx/i?Ci> MUX CTC PvBTUS • MM* — SIDCOCS • LLNCMIOV? VttTUNCS COOLTUL PKT1ES l s sic* e*i jwr haasoM t iilans fce *r %  -. %  •^CRA A I WM* .•* tjM •• VM S.



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Friday, April 5. 1963 *•. lewitti flhrfMaun Page 5-C Klutznick Eyes Our Relations With Israel By PHILIP M. KLUTZNICK |N tt.y two years of intimate concern with events inside the Administration, affecting American-Israel relations, I found no gap between President Kennedy's views as he stated them earlier and his earnest and dedicated performance as our nation's Chief Executive. As a consequence, I am saddcr.td by rumors attending my recent resignation. In the I'nglish Jewis press in Canada, the U n it e d Kingdom and Israel, and through some iitorial comment in the United States, it was suggested that the real cause of my resignation was my alleged dissatistaction with the Administration's attitude toward Israel. Such rumor. 1 are complete and unlounded nonsense. In a matter so vita], I would not play fast and loose with either the Administration or the Jewish community In spite of problem* that have arisen and may again arise, I am proud to have been associated officially with the Administration. I am convinced that President Kennedy is performing in the best interests of the United States and in keeping with a positive, progressive and constructive policy in American Israel relationships. Let there be no illusions about my official role. Mv duties as T U.S. Abbassador in the United Nations concerned economic, social and financial matters. The politically surcharged item of American-Israel relations was never assigned to me either at the Permanent Mission or during General Assembly sessions. Whatever I did in that regard was informal, either at the request of my superiors or at my own suggestion. But I was always guided by their proprieties of relationship within a government. Moving Maturity It has been an edifying experPhilip M. KlursniCR. it a former U.S. Ambasuidor to tlir United \'.r turns? a post from which he recently resigntfL to return to his active role as a leader of :'-e American Jewish community. HV :a former genera! chairman of the United Jewish Appeal and past international president f>| B'navB'ritii. Greetings to All Our Friends SOUDERS CLEANERS ALTERATIONS & LAUNDRY SERVICE 1244 Ali Baba Ave. MU 8-4521 MR. and MRS. VMh I. SOUDER, Prop. To All Greetings TAM1AMI PLUMBING CO., Inc. it*. toff• ferttef SMth Ooae County • %  Until Miami •53S SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY Phono MO 7-8831 .,.. GREETINGS Itadio I foci or* South Miami • Coral Gables Southwest Section RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE 10945 S. DIXIE HWY. Phone MO 16877 -' • \ ... t DIVIDE i The one who conducts the Seder breaks the middle matzo of the three in the cover before him. The larger part is wrapped in a napkin and hidden to use as the "Afikomon" (dessert). iencc for me to watch the Amor ican-Jewish community for the first time in yeSrs from a relatively detached vantage point. No less interesting has been the opportunity to observe the performance of Israel and its diplomatic corps at close quarters, and in its natural habitat, where we met as fellow diplomats, cacli with unalloyed commitment to serve different though friendly countries. It is my conclusion that the State of Israel and its personnel have matured and grown rapidly both in their understanding and in their performance in the international arena. On the other hand, the American-Jewish community seems to be floundering. We are still trying to understand our own role within this our own country and in our relationship to Israel and other Jewish communities of theh world. This is not a criticism. It is a sincere observation made in good faith out of the hope that we can do something about it. There is an enormous reaction in our Jewish community when incidents involved in AmericanIsrael relationships arise. Therefore, trying to anticipate and to understand this relationship may be the very key to an accelerated maturity as well as a more effective role for the American Jewish community For all probContinued-on Pag* 13-C IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY CITY of NORTH MIAMI JAMES G. MILLER Mayor E. MAY AVIL City Clerk J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE Tax Collector WOODWARD M. HAMPTON City Manager Councilmen JOHN B. BOUDROT ED. G. VISCHI LEONARD L. KIMBALL CHARLES W. KINZEL GREETINGS ROYAL PALM ICE CO. CORAL GABLES HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL ELI'S QUALITY MEAT MARKET • RETAIL MEATS "The Best The Market Affords At Reasonable Prices 1321 WASHINGTON AVENUE JE 4-2536 BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER A.B.C. RADIATOR SERVICE REPAIRED RECORED ALL WORK GUARANTEED Service While You Waif 6200 NW 27th AVENUE (Opposite Stevens Market) Phone OX 1-2221 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SURF 5 and 10" STORE 9445 HARDING AVE. UN 6-5512 HOLDAY GREETINGS Small Fry Day Nursery and Kindergarten "On Two Beautiful Acres'' 1455 N.W. 183rd STREET NA 4-2083 HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM KEY BISCAYNE PATROL AND DETECTIVE SERVICE, INC. Protect Your Home or Business R. T. TROTTA, Manager Residence MU 1-1438 BUSINESS OFFICE 11675 N.W. 7th Ave. Ph. 688-9872 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 9715 NE 2nd Ave., Miami Shores PL 7-6031 PL 1-4835 ALAMO CATERERS Yes, we cater for Industrial Openings, Office Parties, Pool Parties, School Carnivals, Weddings and Bar Mirzvahs, Children's Birthdays and Buffets. T. S.ndwichet $1.00 doi.. and Cold Hori d'O.uvr.. $5 00 hundred Trudy M. S*on — Cheryl M. Seaton — Lee M. Seaton BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS MACK'S CYCLE SHOP • ( SCHWINN BIKES — REPAIRS, SALES — POWER IAWN MOWERS 8720 S.W. 62nd Avenuo Phone MO 1-4383 i • BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS PICKERING GLASS & MIRROR CO. INSTALLATION and SALES 1100 E. 21st STREET Hialeah TU 8-3723 PCST CONTROL SCRVICl-Termitt Proofing-Fumigating-Moth Proofing MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABIES BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE, INC. DONT TOLERATE— EXTERMINATE 3555 SW 29th TERRACE Phone HI 6-6401 PASSOVER GREETINGS from KITTY PHILLIPS of KITTY'S FLORIST IXC. Plants — Table Decorations and Corsages SPECIALIZING IN WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS AND FUNERALS Discount to Orgonizotions 8736 S.W. 24th STREET Phone 226-1541



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Pag 10-B +Je*isti HcrkMar? Friday. April S, 1963 Roslyn Frost, Ainslee Ferdie In Sunday Vows WOMAN OF THE WEEK The sunny blue skies and waving palms still seem like fairyland to Rachel Abramow ,tz. The bad dreams trom which she wakes screaming grow further and further apart. Rachel was born in Poland, but when the war broke out, the invading Russia:.s sent her family to Siberia, where her parents were forced to work in a labor camp while she and her brother went to school. The effects of the indoctrination they received there was counteracted every night by the training of their mother and father, and the belief that soon they would be back with their own people. In 1946. as Polish citizens, they were returned to Poland to find nothing left. Helped by the underground, they arrived in Germany, where they lived in Berlin for two years. There Rachel attended the University of Berlin, where she majored in chemical engineering. Everyone who could speak Hebrew was pressed into service to help at a displaced persons camp for Jewish children. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. a chaplain with the American Army, was in charge. That is where Rachel met her future husband and married him. Rachel's parents went to Israel while the Rabbi and Rachel were transferred to Austria. Then, he was sent to Italy by the Joint Distribution Committee, where they stayed for three years, and their first child. Twelve years ago, they came to Miami Beach, where the Rabbi is spiritual leader at Temple Menorah. Two more children. David and Rcena. made their family complete. Coming from a traditional Zionist background, and knowing the story of her life, makes Rachel zealous and ardent in her love of Judaism and Israel. She often wonders why *he was chosen to live while others died. As a result, she works even harder. Life has no meaning, she feels, un-; less you help others. Rachel is a most creative person. In Italy, she took painting lessons and has continued painting in oils. She has sold several of her paintings, but mostly they hang in her home. Intrigued by portrait painting, she has done the children, as well as a self-portrait and one of the Rabbi. (The Rabbi hasn't been "hung" yet.) After taking a course in sewing, she sews well enough to make all of her own clothes., As a family, they like to take trip> to museums and interesting places. At home, they like to listen to music and read. Their favorite hour is to listen to Rachel read poetry aloud in her low. charming voice in which there isn't a trace of an accent. Both she and the Rabbi enjoy people. She has a wonderful memory, and so the Rabbi never forgets a name when she is tloe beside him. Since her folks and the Rabbi's live in Israel, they go frequently, delighting in seeing how every year brings Israel closer to being perlect Jewish homeland. RACHU Dahla. was born. Beth Torah Congregation in North Miami Beach was the site ol the wedding .ceremony which ui.ited Roslyn Frost" and Ainslee R. Ferdie. with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiating. Date of the nuptials was Sunday. Mar. 31. and the afternoon ceremony \\afollowed b> a reception in the social hall. The bride's gown was .of Bilk organza with lace motifs around the neckline. The long slim sheath had a soft, flowing, detachable everskirt falling into a chapel train. The tiara crown was made of pearl>. Maid of honor was Rosalyn Henann. and Ronald Ferdie. brother ot the groom, served as best man. The groom attended Lawrence College and the University of Miami where he was president of Tau Epsilon Phi and member of Alpha Phi Omega, Nu Beta Epsilon and Scabbard and Blade. He is president of Gilbert Balkin B'nai B'rith Lodge, Coral Gables Young Democratic Club and a past commander of the Murray Solomon Post, JWV. He is also vice president of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and serves on the board of directors for the Coral Gables Optimist Club. Miami Multiple Sclerosis Assn.. and Dade County Young Democrats. He is on the Junior Council of the Inter-American Bar Assn.. and on the Metropolitan Dade County Citizens AdvisoryCommittee on Community Relations. past vice president of B'nai 3'rith. Girls, member of Beta Honor Society and has been secret try io I the superintendent of Parks and I Recreation of North Miami B* h I for the past four years. Parents of the bride are and ; Mrs. Jack Frost. 1565 NE % %  •;, -> No. Miami Beach. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Jack Ferdie, 929 Malaga, Cor, and San Diego. Calif. After a honeymoon in Panama and Columbia, the COUpU in Coral Gables. mm. AiNsut f.nvt The bride is a member of County Young Democratic Dade Club. Canada Rites for Janice Onrot Mr and Mrs. Sam Onrot, 11890 NE 11th Ave.. No. Miami announce the engagement of their daughter, Janice, to Charles G. Perl, son of Mr. and Mr.A. S. Perl. 185 NE 123rd St., N\ Miami. The bride elect gradua'ii from. North Miami Senior High and attended Dade County Junior Col. lege. The prospective bridegroom is also a graduate of North Miami Senior High, and a jumV at the University of Miami, majoring in Spanish. The wedding will take place in Toronto, Canada, on JUT %  JO, at Clanton Park Synagogue Among those present wit] be the bride's grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Feldman, %  i Louis Onrot. all of Toronto. Now in Coral Gables We ccmb the Beach and Coral Gables too'. Two of t:v Leading Hair Stylists from out Lincoln Road Salon. Mr. Bert and Miss Janine. have join -I our Coral Gables >ta". /L^^t 4 jf Bl 236 VALENCIA AVE. Highland 5-2651 BEAUTY SALON SUPREME 1020 IINCOIN ROAD MAIL Jfffersen 8-3666 NEVER TO FORGIVE NEVER TO FORGET \H ACCORDANCE WITH PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S PROC1AMAT/ON colling on the people of our country, to observe the 20th anniversary of the WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING you are invited to a Commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising ot the Jewish Cultural Center, 429 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach Sunday Evening, April 21, 8 o'clock A DRAMATIC SPECTACLE ABOUT THE GHETTO UPRISING o rct*d bv Meyer Eisenberg THE GREATER MIAMI FOLK CHORUS PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL ADDRESS THE GATHERING COA1E AND PAY TRIBUTE TO THE HEROES Of THE WARSAW GHETTO The Atrarqement Committee TEEN HOUSE /Miami's Only Shop Specializing in A COMPLETE WARDROBE OF FASHIONS FOR THE PRE-TEEN GIRL SIZES 6-14 315 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES Phone HI 5-1711 MfSS BARBARA CHATKiN Chaykins Reveal Barbara's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chaykin. 1900 S\V 87th Ct., announce the engagemenl of their daughter. Barbara Artene, to Alan R. Gish. son of Miand Mrs. Morris S. Gish. of RegO Park. N Y The bride-elect graduated from Miami Senior High and is now a dental assistant in the field of pcdiodontics. The future bridegroom will graduate from the University of Miami in June and enter the university's Law School in the fall. A reception in honor of the betrothed couple will be held at the Miday Motor Hotel in Queens. NY. on Saturday, Apr. 13. < 4 4 4' 4 44 \\ 4, 4' 4' :BIRTHDAZE: Fir-t child. Linda Melanie, was born Mar. 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harris, of St. Petersburg Beach. New mother is the former Dorothy Breslar. daughter of Mrs. Goldie Breslar. of Miami Beach FREE FttEE FREE BOX STORAGE Two years ago we inaugurated the Mary Macintosh FtfEE Box Storage for cloth articles. The success of this service was virtual'" ohnmenl. SeTis that nearly all of our customers jut "CLEANED OUT THE CLOSETS"—and stored the MM with us—tuhy protected and at no storage charges This year we are going to make sure our regular pa.-rns have preference. We will reserve space for you—in order mat you can rely on us to care for your winter articles FREE OF ANY STORAGE CHARGE. As you know, storage is free. Insurance up to one hundred dollars ($100) is only SI.00. You pay only the regular cleaning charge, plus $1.00 insurance for valjition up to iuu. You my luve more insurance at lo of valuation. Hundreds of customers have requested the Box Storage a


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r Friday, April 5, 19G3 fJewisti FleridHaun Page 11-E Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver Today Continued from Page 5-E in-:' redempiion, or salvation. The sorrows and despair of the world are not dwelt on, and no way of escape is offered from the trammels of existence. There are no magical formulae here by means of which to constrain the deity, nor any technique of iliv.riation by which to. ascertain his will Nothing is said about preexistence, reincarnation, transmigration, a judgment day, resurrection, or immortality. "No messiah is promised, no wor.d renewal, no future age, and no kingdom not of this world. Here are clearly indicated ethical guideposts pointing the way toward a sound and orderly way of life for the individual and soh cit'.y. Here arc standards of berha\iOr which do not transcend ilu limit! of man's powers This is the original Torah which Moses set before the children of Israti according to the comof Y H V H — a Torah of me %  jmental simplicity, of lucid clarity, of great depths, but of no ysterios." Paganism Routed ii Silver attributes these to Moses, an original geniiifar in advance spiritually -c who followed him chronally. It was the latter, he -, who put the emphasis on :n .... on legalistic observances, uh .". interested Moses very lit lie The greatest of the prophets ; reached the return tj the original Mosaic emphasis. Hosea in the name of the AlFor I desire mercy, nol sacrifice, and the knowledge I rather than burnt offerMicah reminded the of the requirement of the .1 Torah: "It hath been •nee. O man. what is good, %  A hat the Lord doth require of thee; Only to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God." The concluding chapter of the book deals with the question, "How Did the Original Torah Fare?" The answer is that it had a tortuous, a zigzag fate, but it endured. It was often flouted and ignored. Its high ethical commands and austere national worship imposed demands which ordinary men lound very difficult if not impossible to meet. Pre-Exilic biblical history can be seen as one continuing struggle between the pristine Torah of Moses and the indigenous paganism of the environments and weakness of man. Only in the Exile were paganism and idolatry finally put to rout. But as Rabbi Silver concludes, "The Pure faith of Moses was by no means fully triumphant even now. It never had been in any generation in the past. A major spiritual battle had indeed been won, but hy no means the final victory. In all the succeeding centuries, an.1 under many skies, the ancient struggle for the true faith was to go on, under new forms to be sure, but unmistakably. The original Torah would never lose its magnetic appeal and its eternal challenge." There will be differences of opinion among scholars about some of Rabbi Silver's conclusions. This is inevitable for the materials are fragmentary, the evidence is incomplete, and according to the author, Moses i himself did not put his codes | into writing (a conclusion with which the Orthodox must dis-| agree). But there can be no difference about the greatness of Moses who turned religion in the direction of morality. There can be no difference about the role which the Torah imposed upon the Jewish people making it a Kingdom of Priests and a Holy Nation with all the accompanying burdens and suffering; "You alone have I chosen; therefore do I impose this yoke upon you." There is no question that the Torah was the chief instrument of Jewish survival, and alone gave meaning to that survival. There is no question but that the State of Israel has a special quality de rived from the Torah which all of its citizens, in their several ways, acknowledge. Interesting Light Rabbi Silver briefly discusses the question that has always intrigued me: What happened to the original tablets of the law on which it was believed the : original Torah was inscribed? According to biblical accounts. they were kept in the Ark and carried through the winderness and finally deposited in the Temple in Jerusalem. But they were not in the second Temple. What happene.I to them? As Rabbi Silver writes, "They had disappeared and they were no longer needed or missed." This throws an interesting light on the religious outlook of Jews who have never even cared where Moses was buried, as contrasted with Christendom's veneration of sacred relics and Holy Places. The primary concern of the Jews has always been with performing the mitzvot, fulfilling the ethical commands of their religion. This emphasis, as Rabbi Silver convincingly demonstrates, was given its impetus and direction by MOSPS in the Original Torah. BEST WISHES FOR A JOYOUS PASSOVER We would like to take this opportunity to extend ro the entire Jewish community our best wishes for a very happy and joyous Passover. : : FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND IOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI Downtown: 101 N.E. 1st Avenue Branch: Biscayne Shopping Plaza I HAPPY PASSOVER CARPET MART 970 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 3-0574 GREETINGS BILL TINDER GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmore Course Lessons by Appointment (Comp/pte Line of Golfing Equipmen Phone Biltmore HI 6-0649 1210 ANASTASIA AVE. MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS DINE DANCE 50C Deer Ron • Phone TU 8-4521 EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY ART BRUNS, Co-Owner TO ALL GREETINGS JAMES A. REARDON YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN To the thousands who voted for me MANY THANKS" To All Nappy Holidays J C T McGLON, JR. 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+Jei*tnc*kl&r Friday. April 5. 1%3 To the Entire Jewish Communfty We Ex*end 5 nce'e Good Wishes •za Most Happy, Passo tet THE IIORIDA NATIONAL BAN|( 1 AND TRUST COMPANY IV At Miami __. — Alfred I. duPont Building Vtmbtr: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Federal Re>er*e S>tem. Florida National Group XP G r Crossover >Jreettngs {o roil nnti vonrt. • i • imm (Jennie ^jro&singer ana CJatmly .Vssover ^jrcctinqis % s* from each one of n? — to each one of uou — J-aith anc/ ^fjob, KJ~1 iah PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS The North Hialeah Bank %  Affiliated with Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank MEMBER OF FD.LC. "A Friendly Bank" 5490 PALM AVENUE Ph. 681-4635 we the House of Chen Tona WISH YOU A HAPPY PASSOVER DINING ROOM 1232 NE 163rd Street Take Out Service Wl 5-1722 Under Ne* Management The Ghetto: A Glance at Our Past History T By D*. ERNEST PHILIP I N the narrow lanes and bymays of tbe old Jewish quarter of maay a town, there grew up that beautiful Jewish home %  ihich. though its story is seldom recorded, is more impor taut than tbe outer events and misfortunes that tbe historian' have made note of. As we look upon tbe unsightly bouses, the wretched exterior seems to float away and the touching hor scenes of joy and love and religious constancy shine brilliant forth—perpetual lamps—and explain bow. in spite of misery and oe. such as have fallen to the lot of no other people, the Jews have found -T|tb to l:ve aope or. checker-..-• ry of the people The darkr.ess and r die A;-. %  be -" : bj the gh-• ere comThe ir.-t.tutior. of htfb-valled ghetto with it= entrance g2tes locked at 6 p m with its low cnimblir most closely associated with enel isolator, of the Jew•rai a 'e-.erely restricted tnct wi:h;r. a c:t> mtsJ k .eh the Jews were not allowed to live The outlook of ghetto divided the universe two: this world for the Gentiles —the hereafter for the Jewsaid Ben-Gunon in a speech delivered on An| IS, i*+" Torch of Faith But m those gloomy, tumbledown houses, intellectual endeavors were at white heat. The torch of faith blazoned clear in tbem. In the abject, dishonore-. sons of the ghetto were hidden intellectual giants. A street ;r. the new quarter of the Venitan Gr.et:; The of the word art the etymological -.._•The Jew.; of former da>v explained it with bitter humor by tracing it to the Hebrew word "get.'" uhxh rr.ean"separati or "'divorce Ever, before the days of the compulsory' ghetto, the Jews natTO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PAT5CNS SEASON'S BEST WISHES CONTINENTAL HAIR DESIGNERS BEAUTY SALON 2757 BIRD AVENUE Ph. 443-3820 Season's Kent Wishes to All LEO & DAN COWAN IN A HURRY CALL KIMBALL %  MURRAY THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS 1705 N.W. 2nd Am M ph^. pr, ^ 8220 N.W. 2nd Arenue urall> gathered together MIX felt more at eae their om r. people and coui r %  carry through their f cu function Thus they av.ide<: cruel inMilts and dangers v nich would be inevitable had the;In ed scattered in a hostile com muni;>. Ghettowere already t -tab li'hed ir. the early Middle Aga in many cities. The Spams! towns of Toledo and Cortez m.-t: tuted their own ghettos in 1480 The 16


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f Friday. April 5, 1963 fJmisti fhrUKknn Page 11-D The Haggadot in the Library of Congress By HAROLD EIDLIN W ASHINGTON—For the B< ad %  niic minded, the collection „l passoyer Haggadot reposing in the Library of Congress here _onc of the world's largest—la ;l source of intellectual and history Joy. But ii you've a mind to bor, for your next seder, forunless you happen to be mber of Congress. %  •Thej are strictly for research posterity," says the keeper of the collection. Dr. Lawrence i ick, director of the Library's Hebraic Section. Borrowers—and there have been sev,..,1 on occasion—are limited to ers of Congress for whom toe Library was originally estab•, as a service. quick glance through im i ol the 600 volumes contained in the Library's Passover Haggadol collection is enough to tell you why. Included are irible, priceless volumes back almost five centuries, special single editions, original hand illuminated texts, and scores of other rare works that make the collection one of the most valuable and interesting within the venerable Librarj walls. Literary Treasure Like most collections of its kind, among the volumes held tor safekeeping at the Library ni Congress arc some which are not included in any other collection in the world. One such work is the so-called "Washington Haggadah" which was given its name following its presentation in 1912 by the late Jacob Schiff. Printed on well preserved parchment, thi-s beautifully illustrated literary treasure is the only one of its kind in existence. Produced in the Middle Ages, its country of origin has been a source of scholarly speculation. Although characteristic of Haggadot printed in Germany In that its illustrations have led lo the belief that it is actually Italian in origin. Its text—like most of the Haggadot printed— is in Hebrew. To browse through the Libran', collection is to journey into the history of the Jews. One can find ready evidence that, more than any other example of V. shing All Our Friends HAPPY HOLIDAYS DRAKE |'IIOII:RTII:S IXC. 1451 EAST 10th AVE. HialeahTU 5-3831 loo* Alweiss Harold Sehrs TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street Phone Ft f-MOl MHVflTA LEE IMPORTERS 0 0re.'l7 A "r e '-* M0 '• mnL fo ,"" 0 AttinBeachwar """""fls-CJoves-B/ouses 2S}u.." Al CABLES ""UCtlMU Ph. HI 3-4264 102 S"AW CONCOURSE, % %  V Harbor Isle '5'S L Las Olai Siva 1 fir. 0 ".' JAtk # *-*• "W I W lm it, s,^ Ma Paper mosaic, a 6 ft. sq. mural, was made by children at the San Francisco Jewish Community Center and displayed in the Center lobby to mark the Passover festival. The story of Passover provides inspiration for many of the activities which Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHAs across the country, affiliated with and served by the National Jewish Welfare Board, provide for people of all ages. Jewish liturgy, the Haggdah has been translated into virtually every foreign language. This has been, however, a relatively new development. It was not until the early 17th Century that Haggadot began appearing with translations accompanying the original Hebrew text. The first such examples known were published in 1609 in Venice with translations in Judaeo-German. Judaeo-Spanish and Judaco-Italian. Haggadot have since appeared with original Hebrew text and accompanying translations in some two dozen languages. Similarity, Passover Haggadot retain the distinction of being the one piece of Hebrew literature more widely illustrated than any other. Characteristically, too. early illustrators set a pattern of taking extensive artistic liberties with their renditions which was—and still is todayregarded as strictly in accordance with the sense of freedom Continued on Page 13 D GREETINGS SOMETHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY WOODY'S 5 & 10 4201 E. 4th AVENUE Henry & Lillian Lieberman Hialeah, Florida MU 1-2943 SEASON'S GREETINGS THE HACK FAMILY MIAMI FOOD STORE 65 N. E. 14th Street Phone FR 3-2038 Visit Our Store on U.S. 1, Plantation Key, Florida "Key Payfair" A Happy Passover to All Our Friends and Patrons Atlantic Equipment Co. 1220 N. Miami Avenue Phone FR 3-0316 Holiday Greetings from NORTH MIAMI BEACH FURNITURE CO. We Rent Rollaway Beds and Baby Furniture If You Have Good Furniture to Sell, Call PHONE WI 7-3169 15320 W. Dixie Hwy. No. Miami Beach A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Dr. and Mrs. Manning J. Rosnick and Family HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Friends & Patrons MIAMI BEACH KEY SHOP 810-5th STREET Phone JE 8-5409 L. H. 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/*-r7* .irZ. i*tnr t Frtday. Ap:„ The Meaning of Passover for Us Today *-c '.'.? I 1 .-'1 up**, x Iftmtcrf firwx %  — 1 .-%  Th*"** i-* xai liJBM h-rt the knowledge % %  f i^nm -/ tar CaM an 4aagM4 •-• anlciii! io us. Ot The l*-rel of -pwitual values, the Seder service remind* -e are %  people, bat al=o m the deitiny ;--*.-_: :• -•• -•• %  ":• to MM that the .-.ill* ?.. (uueatcd for the -. VS. pictured the diuaiMf a the Red How lJ the Ch. to freedom Ths the ?an their history cni>hinj; blow ai and eo^hrinen b) Paul Gu-: Dore. the great French artist from hit most famous work. The Bible, Illustrated, on: :. published in 1808. Colgate Palmolive wishes one and all a Happy and inspiring Passover '**mgmtf -"•"•ncrs M tr cu*<* CBRTIPIBD (Q) KOSHER-PARVE FOR PASSOVER .Pa* these fine products of Colgate-Palmol ive on your Passover shopping list



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T "Orewislh Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, April 5. 1963 Section D he traditional way to make a Seder i CANDlfS are lighted liy llir in o I li r r of I h c liou-e lo usher in lK • r i f i i i • flr tiivugiat. 7 THE MAROR or "bitter herbs" %  usually horseradish I is placed in the middle of the tray and symbolizes the Jews' bitter suffering under the Egyptian yoke. Directly below is the Chaztrtth, another piece of bitter herbs, commemorating the custom of rating Maror sandwiched between I no pities •f Uatzoh. 8 THE CHAROSET, placed beneath the 'I'roah, is a mixlure of chopped apple, nuts, cinnamon, and wine designed to look like the mortar used by the Jews in building the palaces anil pyramids of Egypt during centuries of forced labor. Before the Maroi is eaten, it is dipped ii,,o the ChaiuHt. 9 THE KARPAS, a piece of parsley or lettuce placed to the left of the Charostl, symbolizes the meager diet of the Jews in Egyptian bondage. It is dipped into salt water in remembrance of the tears they shed in their misery." The Karpas also signifies Springtime, the season of Passover. 10 THE CUP OF ELIJAH, filled with wine, is kept on the table throughout the Seder in the hope that the Prophet Elijah may appear as a messenger of the Almighty and announce the coming of the Messiah. Thus, In the midst of their memories of the past, the Jews look forwaril to the day of universal peace, love, and brotherhood. STEP-BY-STEP EXPLANATION OF THE RITUAL TO BE FOLLOWED IXc ow to V, PASSOVER meant many things -symbolic, historic, tradi religious. The Seder is "'it of the Passover ob<'• bl many hours ol jhoughi and preparation must go proper arrangement of : ime before the advent ol hl >' iliday. Following are qui md answers designed to explain some of the more nii' preparations for Pass over Q What is Uje basic dietary ipulation on which Passover ,( *? Preparation and use is based.' *• A ban on the use of Cha 1 *This is a general term for re DC* re Lfoitr <_J~~lome tor {—celebration of ^assover all leavened loods. Foods anil drinks made Irom wheat, rye. barley, oats, millet, as well as derivatives Of these grains, are subject t o the laws of Chametz. Uice. corn, peas and all types ol beans also are lorbidden for Passover UM. Grain vinegar would be an example of a derivative food which is Chametz. Q. How much Chametz in a particular food makes it unfit for Passover use? A. Any amount. One must not eat or have any Chametz our ing the entire Passover period, whether in the natural state, processed form or a mixture. O. To what time may Chametz be eaten this year? A. Chametz may not be eaten this year after 9:30 a.m.. Oi Erev Pesach. which this year is Monday, Apr 8. Q. Are fresh fruits and vegetables kosher for Passover? (Other than legumes — beans, corns, peas, etc.). A. Fresh fruits and vegetables are kosher at all times. Food which is prepared or processed commercially in any way may not be kosher tor Passover. The only assurance that packaged, processed foods and other products are kosher for Passover is certification by recognized rabbinic authorities, indicated by a label or emblem ui SUCb rab binic certification. Such Kosher L'Pesach certification should be clearly and unmistakably an authentic part of the label printed by the manufacturer directly on the container or wrapper of the product. Q. What is the historic and symbolic meaning of Matzoh? A. When the children of Is racl were finally permitted to flee from slavery in ancient Egypt, they left in such haste that they had to bake iheir bread without being able to wait for the bread dough to become leavened. As they began their long journey to the Promised Land. they ate matzoth — unleavened bread. In the Passover observ • ancc. Jews everywhere commemorate this Divine act of deliverance ol our people from slavery. Q. should dishes, utensils and other kitchen and eating imple ments be bought specifically lor Passover use? A. Such a procedure is tne best assurance of complete adherence to Passover regulations. Under specified conditions and if properly kashered. some utensils used the rest of the year maybe used during Passover. It is suggested that the rabbi be askContinued on Page 7-D



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L Friday. April 5. 1963 vkwist) fhirSdifhri Page 7-E Helping the Jewish Blind Continued from Preceding Page the Bronx; I he Overbrook School nwthc Blind in-EtfcinVPark. Pa.;the Rover-Greaves School for the blind and mentally retarded in Paoli. Pa.; the Canadian School lor the Blind in Branlford, Ontario; the. Connecticut Institute tor the Blind in Hartford; and the Maryland School for the Blind in Overlea, Md. Hebrew Braille To enter a religious school with sighted children, the blind child must know Hebrew Braille and be able to recite Hebrew properly from his Hebrew Braille religious school texts which are the same as those used by children with sight. Other than these Braille texts, the blind child needs virtually no extra provisions tor his Jewish education, according to Dr. Jacob Fried, the Institute's executive director, and there is very little change in the religious school curriculum needed soley for the blind child. He gets all books on Jewish history, customs and holidays in English Braille and in Hebrew Braille, such as the Shilo Sid dur. Junior praycrbooks are made available in both Hebrew and English Braille so that the child may attend services with sighted worshippers. Orthodox, Conservative and Reform praycrbooks are made available for the High Holy Days for the blind child. Inevitably many of the blind children are not known to the Institute. How many of the estimated 700 blind Jewish children are beyond the reach of the In>titute? About half, says Dr. Fried. The Institute learns of youngsters needing its services in a variety of ways. Some are suddenly brought to the attention of the Institute on the boy's twelfth birthday, for instance. TEMPLE ISRAH SISTERHOOD Temple Israel Sisterhood of Greater Miami "brailles" for the Jewish Braille Institute of America in this area of the nation. With braille machines it Temple Israel, the Sisterhood makes braille copies of these books requested by the Institute. Chairman of the project is .Mrs.'Robert Russell. Temple Israel Sisterhood also has in its library braille copies Of the Hegaddan. Union Prayer Book, and Sabbath Prayer Book. -...., In such cases, the institute provides private tutoring in Braille and sometimes it will itself prepare the child for the Bar Mitzvah ceremony. In most cases, once the child can read Hebrew Braille, the Institute porvides a teacher or a cantor in the child's synagogue to teach him. As the program has moved along, word has spread from the religious to the non-religious school that there was such an institute which could prepare a child for Bar Mitzvah and requests began to come in from parents. The Institute also began to hear from parents whose children had been barred from religious schools. Sponsors Available The doors ot such schools are now much more open to blind children because school administrators have learned that the blind child performs on the average much better than the child who can see because he has a drive to excel to compensate for his disability. As a consequence, more blind than sighted children, proportionately, continue on with their religious studies. This is an area, says Dr. Fried, in which these children can achieve and thus receive recognition and community status. In fact, says Dr. Fried, Institute Statistics show Unit more than 75 per cent of blind children continue past Bar Mitzvah and Bas Mitzvah to confirmation and more than half continue in active affiliation with Junior congregations and synagogue youth groups. Those who are able to go to college almost all join the campus Hillel group. Their Hebrew materials are provided for them in Braille, on records ami on tapes read by volunteer Hebraists. A great deal of the Braille material for this and other Jewish Braille Institute programs is provided by sponsors and supporters of the Institute, notably the Jewish women's service groups, including the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America and the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations. Shalom, you're in Koine When you board one of our E! Al jets in New York, one of the first things that greets you is a warm "Shalom." Just before you step down the ramp, you'll get another. Depending on which El Al flight you take, you'll hear the following: Shalom, you're in London. Shalom, you're in Paris. j Shalom, you're in Rome. Shalom, you're in Athens. In between the Shalom in New York and the one in Europe,there are some other Israeli touches that help make your flight enjoyable. Take the food, for example. Is your favorite shashlik? Corned beef?Abagels-and-lox breakfast? El Al has them. Along with many traditional Jewish favorites. (If you happen to be flying on Pass, over, you get matzos. On Purim, Hamantasfhen.) Then, there's the service. Want a pillow? A piece of fruit? A second cup of coffee?. We serve them as a matter of course. The point of the story is this: You don't have to fly El Al to Israel to partake of our Israeli touches. All you have to do is see your travel agent. He cart get you "Shalomed" all over the Continent. ELAL t' '. if n7'. "fu 1 """.* SISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT VENETIAN WAY PARK FREE! SHOP MONDAY. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL H:,W THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FLAIR jm extends best wishes for a Happy Passover



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"dewish Flondian Miami. Florida, Friday. April 5. 1963 Section C The Philosophic Basis for the Passover Observance We should recall more strongly the profound moral leadership of Moses, the intense Jewish desire for freedom and the excitement of a nation in the making. Page 3-C.



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i t i ? %  j| %  %  %  JiN : *>> %  1 > i %  b >& j %  < %  Plans have been completed for a gala moonlight cruise by the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service this Saturday night. Mrs. Charles Goldstein, entertainment chairman, and Mrs. Eugene Katz, reservations chairman, discuss final arrangements for the affair. Proceds will go toward the support of JFCS's home for emotionally disturbed children. 411 ABOARD THE CALYPSO Gala JFCS Cruise Sails Here on Saturday Night Pli ave been completed for [si s;. :i.oonli;jhl cruise aboard phe Vl Calypso to be sponsored m\ Women's Committee of l.i Famil} and Children's IS on Saturday night. AcIcordir: to Women's Committee l res Mrs Irving II. Fell, njses to be one of the 11 .ng affairs of ihe season." I.I. merchants and individuals in Ihe Miami area have doany valuable prizes, she said. Among them are a pedigreed I rent t poodle, a wig, a complete set of patio furniture, and a piece |ol antique silver Mrs, Fred Meyer, ways and n J by ISABEL GROVE Annual exodus for Matilda and Abram Fox. of South Miami, who'll be leaving in a few weeks for Ihiir home in Bat Yam But before Hying off to Israel on Apr 17. they'll spend the Passover holidays in Cincinnati, O.. "here they have two daughters, seven grandchildren and tour great-grandchildren The Foxes, who have been winter residents here for 12 years, also chose Cincinnati for the celebration of their 51st wedding aniiiersarv last year. e a o First time visitors to our Fair City, Harold and Harriet Zioaenhelm, who attended a John Hancock Insurance Company coi\ vent ion at the Boca Raton Coun"">' Club last week Then ex tended their tr-p for a "hello" to Yetta and Samuel Solomon, ol 9300 E. Bay Harbor Dr. Brought special filial messages Irom the former Lorraine Solomon, husband Aaron Garfen, and ftyear-olrl Mindy. who now Hve in Little Neck. L.I., where Inej are triends and neighbor! v ther convent ion-goer. Dr. thi


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rf. April 5. 1963 fJewlstfhridUan Tage 15-E LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 3C 3000 I PA FWRITNHH? ., Plaintiff, D-:N.i A WIN BN i :XNER. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION BENJAMIN BRENNER i*0tt East Mount Pleasant Avenue I '.-.-.wdclphia, Pennsylvania You r.:e hereby notified that a J£111 I Complaint for Divorce had been l\t-t\ .iR.insi you, nml you aiu rritlred to serve a copy of your AnJIIIT or Pleading to thf 1)111 of Comlladi: on the t'lnintiff's Attorneys, fullanoff, Waller <<• i.itninn. 420 Linpln !;...!. Miami Beach, Florida, and |i t j. original Answer or Pleading t!:. office of the Clerk of the i'irjit Court on or before the 2nd dav Ma IMS. If you fail to do so. ii.iKiui ni by default will 1Mtaken gains! ou for the relief demanded :lu dill of <'oniplaint. I (ONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. orida, this 20th day ..f .March. l(JJ. i: LEATHERMAE, Clerk ^In-un Court, Dude <'iiiiniv, Florida Mil) B> : I.. BNRBDEX Deputy Clerk '.I.I • Waller A Lltman ^it"i ni '• B for Plaintiff Lincoln Ed., Miami Beach, Fla. I ; %  rge J. Talianoff ;: 82-20, I i-11 I YOU. IXOS, filllpM : |iw THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  LEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 2719 L\i: \ \MMI.\"<;S I lalntlff KTHUH MERV1N CUMMING8 I lel'cllil.l Ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATION n ALTHl'R MERVIN c'l'MMLViS %  Weal tth Street i mftngton, Indiana IBTHl'B MKRV'IN CUMare hereby notified thai B '. for divorce has been filed .ou ami you arc required to opy of your answer of pleadto the complaint for divorce on pli 'iff s attorney AI..W S. ROMTHAI.,. 1111 Ainsley ItiillilinK. Mli, Florida, and file the original wer or pleading: in the-office of Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or iihi ISth day of April 19CS, f >• i fail to do so. judgment by fault will be taken against you for relief demanded in the complaint dlvi %  • K>NE AND ORDERED at Miami, irlda, this ISth day of March, 10*3 r,. U. LEATHERMAN, • rfc of the i "iiciilt Court Ada County. Florida Court Seal) By K. M. 1.V.MAX Deput) Clerk 8/16, 22. 20, I S THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .EVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT [IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 2713 :ASI>N\ JR., as Admlnlstra•eians Affairs, an Officer ol ,l Sinter "f Amei lea. and is in such office, and his IN THE SMALL CtMIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 106*48 JACKHON'8 DI8COENT CORP. a i-.. .I-I.I.I corporation Plaintiff, vs. ROOSEVELT WARE. Defendant. NOT.CE OF PUBLICATION Ti>: ROObEVELT WARE 15!"l N.W 58th Street Miami, Fun-Ids You are hereby notified that an Action of Replevin bus been filed against you, and you are r,.|uir.ii to serve a copy of your Answer or Plead* inn to the Action ot Replevin on the Plaintiff's Attorney-. 8HEVIN, GOODMAN HOLTZMAN, M6 Keybold Building, Miami :. Florida, and file the original Ann wer or Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Small Clulms i oiirt on or before the 10th day oi April, IMJ, nt !':ui> A.M. if you fail to do so, Judgment by default will b, taken against you for the rebel demanded in the Action of Replevin. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH Fl.liHIDIAX. WITNESS mj band and the real of Florida of said Court in Dade County, Miami. Florida, this ISth day of March, 1063. <: .i. PAPPAB, Clerk, Small Claims Court of Had.County, Florida (s.al) By: [HABBLLE MARLOW ileputy ci.rk 8/22-39, -I S-12 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY Jtir>OE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59005-A IN RE: Etnte ..T 1LLIAX KRACSS. I). ...is_.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and A'l Hera n I' •<•l'>tr Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notl'b'd and required to present any rialips and iemands which you mav have against the estate of LILLIAN KRAI'IR, deCeased '<<• %  of r>;ob. OmtntV l-'o'i'l. to the County IUIIKCS of Dade County, and file the same in d-n>' ; •< % %  nnd ns provjded In Section T::::.l <:. Florida Statutes, in their Offices In the County Courthouse in Dade Conntv, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the fb t nubile*tIon hereof, or the same will be barred. Difd -U Miami. Fin-Ida. Ilil26th day of March \.i\ |(1S. MARK KAPLAN As Executor Arnnovlt*. BllveaRrher Attornevs for Executor 607 Alnley Building Miami 88, Florida '. % %  ''. i :>-i2-io NOTirc unn'p FACTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTICE IS HEREBY OIVRN Hint the undershmed, desiring lo engage in business '• r Hofictitious name of Till-: THRONE ROOM n( Rnl \V. 19 St., Hlaleah, Florida Intend to regINTo IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2802 CARIDAR AI.DN.-M KOMBOHCH, Plaintiff, v HANS KOMBl is. II. I >efi nduut. ORDER TO APPEAR YOP, MANS KOMBOSCH, 1171 Hush Street. San Francisco, Calif., are hereby notified t< serve a copy of your answer to a Complaint foi divorce filed against you by Cnridal Alonso Koiuhosch, on plainllff's at! torno Claude M. Barnes, 308 Calumet Hide. Miami. Fla.. and file the! original thereof with the Clerk of the above Court on or before April H'Jnd. !!"". otherwise a decree pro confesso will be ,-ntered auainst you. Dated March ... 196 I 10. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) !:>: C. I'. COPELAXD Deputy Clerk 8/22-2*. 6/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBT OP/EN that the undersigned, desiring to i-iienne | in business umb-r tinfictitious name of AI.I/IKH HOTEL SUPPLY at I 1649 N.W. 36th St.. Miami. 11a., mi. mis to register -aid name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. PABLO PERES! sobowner DEOROE i: MARKET, Beg. At tome} for owner :: :':'. :•!'. I-.'., li Ister wi d name with the Clerk f'reult •ourl of Dade C uiniy Ida. 1 SLT ZWIRX EVE i.YN 1-1111,1 IPS Sole 1 IWIlers WHITE \CltlA ROBRIN 81 A Mo' n. s for Aniilieaiil H M'I W. 1 1 SI.. Hlalenh, Kin I ,•' the Flor'.-IL'-10 N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. S8918A FIE Estate of rrXTmv x. sfnwnrrz^ik a HARRY SCHWARTZ Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All <"re<(ltorand -All I'erwoo* Having riaitns or Demands Amiirist s.ii.l Eatate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which yon may have against the estate of HARRY X. SCHWARTZ a/k/a HARRY KCHWARTZ deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County .IIUIK. .of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section oM.lfi, Florida Statutes. In their olfloes in the County Courthouae In l>nde County, Morlda. i thin six calendar months from the time of the firrt publication here,if. or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th day of March. A.D. 1HR::. PEARL SCHWARTZ As Executrix First publication of this noti.-e on the 22nd day of March. 1063. Si.MiiN. HAYS ft ORUNDWERC Attorney for Fjxet utrix Ml Alualey Bldg., Miami 32, Florida 3 -2-:--::; 4 :.-\-2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewlst> ihrUllan %  olicita your legal a oogajgfc W* appreciate year patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR :if 4>t5 for messenger serric* LEGAL NOTICE ishians, niifi. li'K C EWALD, el al. : ii. .. i NOTXE OF SUIT • i ii:i:h -K I KW VLI> .% %  11 -11 |i'l I li i'-ilns Pai kwaj i l lebchts, M.iiv laud ItK HEREBY NOTIFIED • has i" % %  II brought ngumi s ilLE VSIIX, JR as v-i \ '. %  .-., i.Vffalrs, i. %  H i. I'nitetl S t< nl V • %  i. .-...,.: in sin Ii nl. % %  %  thell | : -..:.-.. K< encunibi ring the rollow il |n opei t>. i'.-" in IIIIH !, 10, of RBVISfEII VI i il A PORTION OP THE ADDITION TO CAROL l"Y, .. nrdlng in the plal thi n led in I'lal Book 6 of the uubllc records "i • intj. Florida : i, required to fl'e .MUM .. nli the Cle k "I the ClrI : oi I w^.i -mint}. Florida. n. %  Diirthouse In Miami, Florida, i>r I" or,, April 16, 1062, nnd to op> nl such answer ui>on fERH, HEIMAN, KAPLAN -\i N, Plaintiff's attorneys, Idn as Is Eleven-Fifty BuildI S.W. First 81 t, Miami 66, t> t or before said date, ;is tin laws of Florida, if |i fal in do -... the complaint "ill .... pNgl il lo you and I' -iPro Confesso wi'l 1 nter[ -• you for the relief demandIn !:.• L-oniplalnt. | tliis. 1 :: 1 It day of March. B. LEATHERMAN %  rk of tin Circuit c i lade i lunty, Florida iP. i-id-i:i.ANI> 11. put; Clerk HEIMAN. KAPLAN |' VTSMAN ••n-Flftv Building R.W. First Ktreet i"i % %  •. Florida :: It, 22. 2!>, 6/5 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAUE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58604A In RE: Estate of BEATRICE MEYER I i.. .is.,1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T. Ml i 'redltoi s and Ml Persons Having Claims or Demands Againsi Said Kstati \.,.i .i heii bj notified and ri qulr, i ii, in. -. HI any claims and demands ii I, ii \..II may ha\ against the : BEATRICE MEYER, deed in ..i I lade Count). Floi Idu, i, ib, Counts Judges of Dade Counts and file I he same In duplicate and .iprovided In Meet Ion 732.16, Florida Statutes, iii their offices ill the County Co • in Dade County, Florida, \Miinii six calendar months from Mi, tlmi oi the first publication hereof ,. lb. same will be barred. Dated "t Miami, Florida, this 13th day "I March, A.D. 1063. II VRR1ET KLINE JAMES II. METER As KM eiitoi s IMISI publication of this notice on the ISth da> ..f March. 1063. SI.MoN. HANS .v aRl-NPWERO vitoineifor KNecutors 801 Ainsl.v Building X IS, 22, it, I .i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIPCU'T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOP'HA IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3338 BEATRICE DEAN BERRY, Plaintiff, vs. .ll'NIi ill 1 EE BERRY, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JVNIOR LEE BERRY Residence I'nW".,.-,, TOP ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED that a Bin of Comnlalnt for ii^-.eee h"s i n filed against you, and TOP ARE HEREBY REQI'IRBD to serve a cony of your Answer to the Bill of Comnlalnt on the lUfiimiffs attorney BEX ESSEN. ESQ., mil Keybold Building, Miami 82. Florida, : %  '• %  file the original answer In the office nf the Clerk nf the Circuit Court on or before April 80th. 1 U UH. In default nf which the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. DATED; Marc'' 27'h. 1963. E B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit C'-o-t "ad!•.. %  ...•.l-l,,ii.|.i I Seal I By: K. M. LYMAX Deputy Clerk i. 4 r.-it-is IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANn FriR nAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2803 DAVID O, THOMAS, Plaintiff, \ s I.i iH %  •" % %  T \ I-' TlluM.VS. I icfeiidant. npr.i-R TO APPF4R TOP, LORBTTA E. TIK-M \. !13 \\illi..iii Btl .-' • %  % %  wNew ,Ie -v at %  In rebj notified to sei i e n copj of i our ansv i-i to a Complain' for dl corce filed i-ainsi von by David O. Thomas, .-n n 1 ilui IfP* at'orne) C \l Bai n203 i 'alumi i i lldp I i I 'i,,.. r hef ire >pi II 22 I'M a'1 file the oi ijin i mi the del k of the above '' url otherwise Dei res Pro Confpsso will i ntered agalnsl you. Dated March 1.1, 1063 ,.• n i i\-i-11 I-I;M \ \, Circull -oi ri. i; %  %  : %  %  %  iseali By: C. P. Cl il'ELAXl i lieputj Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. M665-C IN RE: Estate ot MARGARET M. II.M.I.EV. Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors nnd All Persons Having Claims or Demands Agalnsl Hald Estate: You me hereby notified and required to pies,-in any claims and demands wh.ch you m)' have agalnsl the estate of MARGARET M. HALLET deceased late of Dade County, Florida, lo lh Count) Judges of Made County, and file the sain, in their offices in the Count) Courthouse in l lade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the *daie of the first publication hereof, or the same will be ban d, MARION TESTA. Executrix of the Estate of Margaret M. Halley, deceased. Goldman, Goldstein ,v Pacaler Attorney s 8401 U'.st Flagler Street .Miami. Florida :-. 22-28, 4 .".-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. iN PROBATE No. 58970-B IN HE: Eatate "f JOSEPH V. I'AVII iSi IN. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said %  Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and de %  mends which you may nave against the estate of Joseph V. Davidson deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County .Indues of I lade County, and file the same in duplicate and ,-i~ provided in Section 733.10, t-lorida Statutes, in their offices in tinCounts Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication ireof. or the sain.will be I I, Dated al Miami. Fl la, this 2lst day of March, A.D. 1063, CORNEIL V MINER I >A \" 1 1 'Si IN As Executrix ROBERT SCOTT KAI'I'MAN Attorney for Executrix Uu Ainsl.v lluihlinu I .Miami 32. Florid i 3 I :.-12-l: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTll'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iiiidersiKiied. desiring to engage iii business under the fictitious nuno 01 SAV-ON PRINTING & OFFICE .-VIT1.Y Intenu to register said with the Clerk of the Circuit of I lade I'oqnty. Florida. WILLIAM S. BCHANTZ SARAH GOLDMAN partners ;t 22, 2'.', 4 | name : Court :.. 12 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT [IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 52108B RE: Estatof BERNARD S. LITT Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditor* and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against [,Bald Estate: ou are hereby notified and requirto present any claims and deInds which you may have against > estate of BERNARD S. LITT. defd late of Dade County. Florida, I the County Judges of Dade Counand file the same in duplicate and provided In Section 733.16. Florida Mutes. In their offices in the Conn1 Courthouse in Dade County. OTorr within six calendar months from time of the first publication of. or the same will be barred. fated at Miami. Florida, this 8th of March. A.D. 1963. MARTIN RFBIN8TEIM AH Executor irsl publication of this notice on • I.ilh day of March, 1!>63. %  -TON A. FRIEDMAN Borney f.,. Executor n An. -i.y Building I 15, 22. n, I i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2P04 MARi'EI.I.A CORELLA QPINN, Plaintiff, WILLIE til INN. I lefellllllflt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOC. WII.I.H-: ul'INN. Route I, Box 216, Yn/.oo City, Mississippi, are notifv-d to serve a copy of your answer t'i Divorce Complaint filed ,o.-ai"st you on i'lalntlff's attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, lI — N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami ::. Florida, and file orluinal with Clerk of this Court on or before April 23rd, 1*43, otherwise complaint will !• conf.ssed by you. Dated March 10, IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: C. P. OOPBLAND Deputy clerk 3/22-29. 4S-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en(toe In business under the tlotltlo aa S SIS* of NORMAXDIE HOTBUaBST*": RANT ot 349 Ocean IH-ive. Miami 1!, nob. Fin.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RAMON A It. COM I'./. Mole owner 2/1S, 22. 29, Va NO i lot UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol AIRPORT RADIO SERVICE si Miami International All t. Miami intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circull Court of Dade County, l0rM NEUMANN OELLBR i;t ilMi BL1AS 9, I •.-12-1!' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 2883 .1 s GLEASON, JR., as Administrator o( v.iei.iiiAffair-, an Officer "" the I"niled Si I • %  S of America, and his successors In such office, and his or their as i nPlalntiff, FRANCISCO RUBERT and LYIHA M RPI1BRT. his Ife, el al. I tefeiidants, NOTICE OF SUIT TO: FRANCISCO RPBERT and LYDIA M. RPBERT, his wife, if living. Including any unknown -,-s of said Defendants II the} Lave remarried, and If dead, their unknown heirs, mvlaeea, grantees, assignees, csedilors. lienors. tinst.es. II other persons claiming by, and agalnsl these esid. nces are Ullthrough, uinii fendants, wh '""''ol" Al!l-: HEREBY N. til I I Cl' thai a suit has been brought against you bv .1. s. GLEASON, JR., as Administrator "1 Veterans Affairs, an "Ulcer of the Cnlted state..f America, and his successors in such office, and his or their assigns, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following described property, to-wit: I„,ts 17 and IS. In Block :.. of NORTH SILVER CHEST, ui-lording to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name of CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN. at 1850 N.W. I2ltd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circull Court of Dad, County, Florida. .MIAMI AIRPORT MOTEL CO., A Floi Ida coi poi alien Bj Harrj Heave, President RAMI'EI. W SHAPIRO .Mi..in.\ for Applicant :: IS, 22. 29 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NtiTU -E is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to em in business under Ihe fictitious name Mlll'i |RT LANEK, ii 1251 N W ISth Strei '. Miami. Florida, lnt n I In r I ri in • lib the Clerk of the Circull Court ol Dade County, I '..ida WOODY BNTPRTA1NVT.'V T CORP., a Florida corporation l:\ Hair* Steve. President BAMPEL W. SHAPIRO Atlorii.-v for applicant NOTICE UNn=R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREU) GIVbN thai the undersigned, deslrllig to engage In ini-iie -s under the fictitious name of CORONA DO FTPDIOH at 1071 N.E. 78th Street. Miami. Florida intends to register said nan., with the Clerk of the circuit Co.ui of Dade County, Florida. SINCO Pt H'.l'i IRATK IN B> : lred L. S'nger, ITesldenl Aitest: Howard .I. Richnian. Secretnr) Street. Greenfield lurmaii By: Jack A. Furmnn Attorneys for Sine. Corporation a Florida cnr|iorBtlon. d b a Coronado Studios :22-2 !'. 2 -Ji NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit the nnd. reigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nun.of MORTGAGE COMPETING CENTER al nOU West Flagler Street. Miami. I lade County. Florida Intends to reui.-'er said name with the Cl) rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THE ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING CENTER, IMC By: David L. Pertman, President Attest: Irving Goldstein, Secretary Aronovilz. Silver & Seller Attorneys for The Electronic IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE No. 59003B IN HE: Estate of MYRTLE HESSIE I lecc.lsi-'l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A'l Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Esta'le: Yon are her by notified and reunited to present any claims nnd demands which you may have against the estate of MYRTLE HESsiE deceased late ot Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, nnd file the same In their Offices In the County Courthouse in Dajle Conni ty, Florida, within six calendar months j from the dale of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. RI "BERT THE' "DORE lll"l>.-i IN I. R. MAYERS. Attorney I HI 2 Congress Bldg. Miami, Klorldn IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE No. 59006-B IN HE" E1 BARNETT WOOLFHTEAP Deo, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All "redltoi and All Pi rsnns i -laims or i '• mands Again* I E i:.-11 1, u are hei eb> notified and re1 to pre-, ni an> claims nd di man Is hlch j u maj ha\ %  the estate of PARXETT WtKkLF STEAD deceased late nf pad., i'. iv. Ftoridn, to thi 'ounts Judgi ol I nl, Count). and i lie tile duplicate and aprovided in Section 7:;::.iii. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the Count} Courthouse i" Dade County. Florida, within si\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same ill be bai 1 Dated at Miami, Florida, this 25th da\ of March, A.D. BMW MINNIE V. WOOLFSTEAD As Administratrix WEINHTEIN & WEINSTEIN Attorney* for Administratrix 12" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla :: 2!'. I 5 -12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engag in business under Ihe fictitious name of SIN CRYSTAL CO., al P.O. Box |6l, N. Miami 61, Fla., Intend %  • register said name with the Clerk "1 the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR FRANK T. E. BOHACK :: IS, 22. 22, i 5 17, at page 41. of the public records I Accounting Center, ln< of Dade County. Florida; 607 Ainsley Building nnd von uro required to file your answer' with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, ut the Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on or before April y. 196-1. and to .serve copv of such answer upon Ml BOtS, HEIMAN, KAPLAN A CATBMAN, Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address Is Eleven-Flftv Btilldlng. USD S.W. I list Street. Miami ;'.!>, Florida, on or before said date, as required by tinlaws of Florida. If you fall to do so the complaint will be taken as confessed bv von and a Decree Pro Confesso Will be entered uKainst you for the relief demanded in the complaint, DATED this 1Mb day of March. I'.UI;:. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) Bj : C, P. COPBLAND Deputy clerk Myers, lleiman. Kaplan \Caisnian Eleven-Fifty Bulldini: i |5U s W. First Street Miami 16, Florid i Miami 12, Florida a/22-29. 4 3-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name of 8HEXANDOAH APARTMENTS at X2Q-SS0 siith Street. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name wilh the Clerk of the Circuit Court 0| Dade County. Florida. SAMI 1:1. YANOWITZ DR. STANLEY CORDON KOVNER & MANNHE1MER Attorneys for Shenandoah Apartments l/2, %  '•". 12. 12 To All A Most Happy Passover Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co. INC. Corporation Supplies — Rubber Stamps LEGAL FORMS 936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida FR 3-6327



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[riday, April 5. 1963 +Jen>lsii Hark/fan Page 15-B tuderrts in Model Seder Studen IIIIMI.. feth S li Sanai %  iditortu labbi SO |oIdb( •: chool, [i bet or 03 ts of the Hebrew and Schools of Congregation! will hold a model Seder : morning, 10 a.m., in the m under the guidance of omon Schiff, Rev. George.' director of the Hebrew nd Miss Elain Bass, (lithe Sunday School. :ittenhouse Runs Gables Race Vlarlic Rittcnhouse is running care. Li a seal on the Coral Gables City bmmil • in Hie Apr. 9 election. Bikur Cholim Passover Seders Senior citizens who find it difficult to prepare their own Pass over Seder and need nursing care have been invited to make reservations at Bikur Cholim Convales cent Home of Greater Miami, with offices at 310 Collins Ave. Sidney Siegel. executive director, said that there is now space for a limited number of persons to reside at the Home during the l'assover season, with full nursing LEGAL NOTICE Haggadahs of News Office A limited number of Passover Haggadahs are now available tree to subscribers of The Jewish, F^-^^^'^^^^'^^^ idian at Jewish Floridian offices, 120 NE 6th St., Miami. The Haggadahs will be distributed in quantities to cover individual laniily use only. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tlw und.-signed, desiringto engage in 167th St., Miami C!", Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit <'ourt of Dade County. Florida. Sole Owners MASS DISTRIBl'TORS, INC. RONNIE-JACK, INC. 4/3, 1L-, IT. 211 Mi'' nise has a law degree oiu tbe University of Pennsylr.ni;i i %  .•.! %  graduated from Princer n University, He was a lieulenII colonel during World War II. I He i vice president of the rincetos Club of South Florida (id a .xember of the Riviera ; Country Hub and Coral Gables tuntrv .lub. [Ritten&ouse is vice president of Rjcnard A. Marshall Insuring Agency. |The candidate advocates "keepprayer in the Coral Gables ^iblic BChoola; keeping the city in1 kpendenl lrom big government' lojects -ponsored by Dade CounJ; m; :'aining a policy of com|ete fiscal responsibility, with no [ %  licit financing and no wasted Ix dollars." Design School In New Course The School for Interior Decoration and Design. 50 NE 40th St., has been giving a three-month bade practicaf course in interior decorating and design, and in sketching and rendering. Anita Priest Gulko, NSID, director of the school, announced that plans have been made to make available a two-year course in interior decorating and design "that will be complete and thorough in every respect." The school year will be two semesters, from October through May. and a diploma w ill be awarded after completing the second year. The school will also con-1 Unite with its three-month basic practical course and the sketch ing and rendering course. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY Caie No. 63C 3443 ROBERTO MORENO Plaintiff vs. KI.SA APRIL FRANCO DK MORENO, Defendant. NOT.CE OF PUBLICATION To: i:isa Abrll Franco de Moreno t'Astlllu No. 384 Chorrlos l.iinu, Peru. B.A. TOt*. KI.SA AliRIL FRANCO DE MORENO, Castllla No. 384, Chorrlllos Lima, Peru, are required t., tile j answer to the Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk "f the above Court, and serve a copy thereol upon tllno I". Xi'Kivtii, Attorne) at Law, Bio911 Congress Bldg., in N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida on or liefore the Sth DECEDENT, you are ii-i't iiy notified that a written Instrument purporting to be the last will ami testament of said ; decedent has been admitted in prohat,in said Court, JTou are hereby | commanded within si\ calendar in..nths from the date of the first publication of this notloe to appear tin said o.inti and show oauae, if any you oan. why the atolon of said court In admitting said will to probate should imi stand unrevoked GEORGE T. CLARK County Judge MKI.I'.A <\ KICK < l.rk First publication of iliis notice on :.ili day of April. IMS. HENRY M. WAITZKIN Attorney :.:.' Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Elorlda. i I, IL', to. :'•: NOTICE UNDER FICITITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICE IS IIEREIIT GIVEN that i i hitindei'slimed, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious nun.••! AIRPORT RADIO SERVICE at Miami, Intend '" register said name with the Clerk of ii' Circuit Court Df liadi i lorMa. HERMANN OELLER (iiiiHi I:I.IAS 4/r.. 12, i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59022-C i ii. RE: Estate of JOSEPH PERIJN NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltore and All Persons Having Claims or Demand* Against Said Estate: You ar.' hereby notified and required to present any etailmi and demands wliiih yi.u may hive against the estate of JOSEPH PKKl.l.v deceased late nf Dade County. Florida, to the County .Indues of Dade County, anil file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 7M.M, Florida statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six i •aleiidiir months from the time of the first pubMlcaUon hereof, or the sun.' will he barred. Dated al Miami, riniida. this Und dai Of Api II, A.D. IMS, in \ PEIDEN As Executrix First inii.iieaiii.il of Uiis notice on r,n, daj of April. 1963 ALAN R. LORBER Attorney for Bxecutrlx IL'" l.ininln Road Miami Beach, Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59021 -B In RE: Estate of ANiiKl.o BISANTE I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified ami requlred to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of ANQELO BISANTE deceased lae of -' %  > Maplewood Avet nue, OUtremont, 1'.'.' Canada, to the Count; Judges ol Dade County. and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Bectlon TS3.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Hade County, v\t/rida within six calendar months from the time of the first pubMlcaUon heri of, or the same "ill be barre* Dated al Miami. Florida, this tnd das of April. A.D. IMS LEONARD C. ECIERT Ancillary Administrator Cum Tt stamento Ann. xo I list publication of this notice on nth ilnv of April. IMS LEONARD 0 EOERT MYERS. HEIMAN, KAPLAN t, CAT8M \N Attorney for Ancillary Administrator CTA I |R0 S \V ISl Sn .•.•! Miami. Florida I '.. 18, 19



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Friday.-April 5. 1963 *. kwinti Fk)ridliirn Page 9-A Bonn Drafting New Word on Egypt BONN — (JTA) — The spreading controversy over reported work |by West German scientists on advanced weapons systems in Egypt (purred the West German Cabinet to hold a special meeting on the Issue this week and brought a report that Chancellor Konrad Adenauer [would shortly make his first statement on the issue. The draft of such: Li statement was understood to have been discussed at the Cabinet; pn eating. A statement issued after the |C';ibinet meeting spelled out the o\ •ernment's position which in efft-ct was that it had always followed a policy of urging its nationals tc come home if they were worki: 1 politically-tense areas and doing anything such tensions. likely to increase The statement also said that the Government would look further into the reports and if it was Israel's Chief of Security Quits Over German Issue Continued from Page 'A 'with his "political assessment." Voicing his high esteem of the security chief's past services, the Premier praised the high official for "excellent work done together during the years." The Cabinet's approval of the resignation was not necessary, since the post is within the jurisdicI tion of the Premier's office. Al the Cabinet session. Mr. Ben,I.I ion reviewed the issue of the i< nan scientists employed by Egypt ;is w.ell as the question of pu lishing further details on this i: % %  matter. A spokesman for' IIK Cabinet said after the meet ji that Mr. Ben-Gurion had rejrated that he stands behind all Id ions taken until now as well as behind the statements on the isBin made until now by the Forfi.ii Ministry. The latter assertion was under-j Blond to constitute additional refutation of earlier intimations that j foreign Minister Golda Meir |niiuht resign. Rumors of differences inside the Government, over ihc policy to be followed in the se of the German scientists at work in Egypt, have persiste-.l here during the weekend. It was alleged that Mr. Ben-Gurion had transmitted to the Cabinet his disI satisfaction over the "dangerous" j turn in Israeli policy from anti| Egyptian to anti-German. A communique issued by the j Premier's office today stressed I that Mrs. Meir's statement on 1 the German scientists issue in Parliament last week had been fully approved beforehand by the Premier and that there was no foundation for reports about a split in opinion between Mr. Ben-Gurion and Mrs. Meir. Mr. Ben-Gurion's statement, supporting Mrs. Meir's stand, was thought necessary in view of the fact that he was on leave when the entire issue became public. He remained on leave during a debate on the issue in Parliament and during two Cabinet meetings where the matter was discussed. true that West German stienttes and technicians were working on internationally-banned atomic, bacteriological and chemical weapons—as was charged by Israel—then the Government condemned such work. However, the statement added, the Government had no evidence ; that the charges were true. The Bonn Govenment mean\ while stuck to its figure of "about ten" as the number of West German Scientists of academic status working on rockets in Egypt. A Government spokesman was unable to give any cases—other than that of Dr. Eugene Sacnger, who was induced to return from Egypt in 1961—to support the Cabinet statement that efforts were being made to induce some of the other scientists and technicians to do likewise. Also uncertain was just what steps the Bonn Government might take to speed that process, although some steps were reported to have been discussed at the Cabin'et meeting. Previously, a spokesman had taken the position that there was nothing 'hat could be done about nations engaged in work on private contracts for other governments. Israel's vigorous protest, placed. with the Bonn Foreign Ministry, | aroused widespread reactions in West Germany, producing front, page comments by many leading 1 West German newspapers. A typical comment was that of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung which said that Germans could not ignore the fact that ( because of Nazi crimes, "a special relationship" existed between Germany and Israel. The West German Government, the paper added, "should do all in its power to persuade the German specialists to return home." The Dusselilorf Nachrichten.Si.Kl that the "motive for such work by West German scientists was monetary and only in exceptional cases is Jew hatred the actual motive." But it argued that Hitler's crimes should prevent Germans "from going to the hot bed of the Middle East." DAN CHAPPELL 402-03 Industrial National Bank Building 1 The Israelite Center Hal AVAILABLE FOR SOCIAL FUNCTIONS (Air-Conditioned—Newly Decorated; iWeddings • BarMitzvahs • Meeting H! 6-6645 HI 3-6480 HI 5-1529 Rooms Also Available red; J > NOW KOSHER FOR PASSOVER a .A^W^v'^W'*"-* ranada 101.1 MMMDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH YEARLY BASIS $m p m Per Month I 3 I Per Person Double Occ Including 3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY Eve and Terry Sponder Phone JE 1-0496 % it % % % % % % > UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN diet-rite ~i cola (Sugar-free! 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Lpril 5. 1963 +.k*1*hfk>rHifw less they are allied with ly and informally. This loses some of its steam aid is approached from ll point of view. The iStates is the richest and jwerful nation in the Like a rich and powerIvidual, it has some reity to those less fortutow and to what extent targes this is within its itrol. But, if it acts for I reasons alone, the demay be self-defeating. I philanthropy distributjself-aggrandisement loses so foreign aid used friendships rarely sue%  e other hand, one must ftrecognize that if lor^M i strengthens a country, |fl ded strength can be used I er or for worse. A naI icerely trying to develop I tally has little time and I puree for military advenI (ell defense is all it can I t best. Some states have learned this truth. I [eve that the hope for I n the world depends on I ration of the economic I cial standards of many This is a fundamental e of the United Nations It has symbolized the %  ol the United States in | t-war era. It can be hongued whether aid extendertain Arab states will e ege of their antagonard Israel or feed the f their hostility. But it disputed that the presa constructive U.S. inshould tend to lessen nooubles. Cartful Relation Is a disturbing problem. [state that proclaims belaud threatens hostili>inst a neighbor is proud and credits, it is reato assume that it is fned to commit war even he aid itself is directed channels, A historic of such situations will Irate Uiat there are risks lr aiding or withholding dangerous world. On the odds should favor tun:; a constructive U.S. il possible, and in eleEhe economic and social f: the people themselves. iartf TO ALL GREETINGS [ROTM %\ SEY80LD BLDG MIAMI, FLA. I. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT N.E. 2nd Ave. me FR 3-5373 liami, Florida mi row ton ovn 4 Tft OF A CtNTUKr ACE TILE & *ZZO CLEANERS TONSULTANTS *** :AIS FOR ALL FLOORS l& Terrazzo Cleaning (•I* • Concrete Grinders fit on All Floor Machinery P N.W. 51st STREET NE 4-1293 It is foolhardy to do so recklessly without careful and rational examination accompanied by oansiant review. ^ So long as the United States is in the position of making choices and decisions that could affect the cause of peace and the interests of the free world, questions will continue to arise as to whether our policy at a given moment promotes the easing or heightening of tensions in the Middle East. We must be careful to relate what happens to policy objectives, to the degree of caution that is exercised and to the frequency of the review of potentialities. Perhaps, under such circumstances, any open split involving friends of Israel will be averted. But actually, it is not these dramatic and isolated issues that provide the basic tests of American-Israel relations any more than they do of U.S. relations with many friends. The real tests rest on far more fundamental matters than votes in the United Nations or whether a little more or a little less aid should or should not have been given to a country not friendly to Israel or whether solutions for the Arab refugee problem should be sought in one way or another openly or clandestinely. The real question is will a great Power help a relatively new and struggling small state to maintain its independence and its sovereignty if its security is endangered and will it help that state overcome an adverse economic balance so it can escape national poverty? In these matters of real life or death I speak with complete conviqtion. The independence and security of Israel are an element of the United States foreign policy. This is not a new policy. But in recent months it passed the acid test The Page ISC United States has never provided major arms assistance to the State of Israel. Other countries have .done .so. There has been occasional provision of small facilities but, assentially, it has been the position of the United States that, while it supports the independence and security of Isreal should it be in danger, others must provide the hardware with which to do it. When the President of the United States openly and frankly conceded that there was a prospect of a perilous change in the delicate balance of military power in the Middle East, he ordered that Israel receive the Hawk, the prize Western defense missile. Extemporaneous Recording I was among those privileged to be in Washington to listen to President Kennedy explain what he proposed. As usual, it was an extraordinarily busy day for him. He excused himself from a major international meeting long enough to see a small group of Jewish leaders. It is regrettable that his statement was extemporaneous and no recording was made. Briefly, in excellent prose and with perfect logic, he traced the history of the United States policy and commitments in the Middle East. He then announced his determination to provide the Hawk to redress what might appear to be a developing and dangerous lack of military balance. Other than President Truman's prompt recognition of Israel on its birth, this is the highlight in the relationship between the United States and Israel. In something more than words it expressed the United States vital concern with Israel's security. This is a severe and meaningful test of genuine friendship. 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Tridoy. Apnl b. 1S€3 sense of humor to boot. But C there is that image, and the public expects institutions to live up to their image. Controversy Over Offense So what do people do when they arc outraged by the B.B.C. They telephone and they write to the press. Indeed, there was a flood of letters to the news papers, and there was a great deal of telephoning, on the same night and afterwards, to the B.B.C, where a patient and polite lady registered all protests for submission to higher authority. But was the program really otfensive? Did it depart from the standards of good taste? Should not religion have been left alone? This is where the controversy started—and it is still raging. It seems, however, that some people, including obscrveri of all the religions concerned, did enjoy the program, had a good laugh and did not think it in. sulting at all. For years, the B.B.C. barred religion on its lighter programs. Religion was a matter for serious treatment on suitable occasions, such as broadcasts by clergymen on religious festivals, (including a traditional broadcast by the Chief Rabbi on the eve of the High Holidays). The assumption had been that you can have fun at the expense of ministers of the crown, but not at the expense of minister of the church. And now this. The B.B.C. says, through its official spokesman, that the 15year-old ban on references to religion has not been dropped. The same ban, by the way, excludes sex and political parties as sub jeets for ridicule. However, a satirical program is different. Friendly leg-pulling is not insulting; humorists cannot be directed how to laugh, otherwise their humor would be killed stone dead, and people would switch off. Opinions Among British Vary This brings me to the British Jews. Many of them were worried lest the new freedom for the poking of fun at religion bring in its wake some tasteless "Jewish" jokes on other programs, and thus help to foster anti-Semitism. British Jews are forever wor* Jew 1st) Fkrfdi&n Page 7-C Holiday Greetings to All Our Many Friends and Patrons RIVIERA PHARMACY 4720 LE JEUNE ROAD Phone MO 1-5321 t rnesf liebermon, Prop. ACME 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 TO ALL from R. C. MILLS of SurfsiclV Drugs, Inc*. 9500 HARDING AVE. UN 6-0342 %  Yrn Now everyone performs the ritual washing of the hinds and twites the usual blessing, a* U customary before every meal. i %  '• %  ". ii ried about the increase of antiSemitism through showing the Jews in a bad light. They are worried about Shy lock, Oliver Twist, Jewish names in court cases, and all occasions when Jews appear less than angelic. It is a moot point whether such things really contribute to the growth of anti-Semitism, but British Jews labor under the conviction that they do. In this context, the B.B.C. assurance that the ban stays, except for that particular satirical program, which is by the way, even permitted to put the Duke of Edinburgh to ridicule (without him minding in the least). All right, then. But this does not allay the anger of many Jews about tiie "insult to our faith." In this respect they are in the goodly company of many of other faiths, ... %  who protest equally vehemently. But here wc are concerned with Jews. The Chief Rabbi, Dr. Israel Brodie, has said, "it was not in very good taste," which is a mild comment, not a protest. He docs not seem to be duly worried. Dr. Isaac Levy, the Chief Jewish Chaplain to Her Majesty's Forces, thought the program amusing and innocuous. Dr. Solomon Goldman, scholar, author and rabbi of a large synagogue, thought it was not in bad taste. 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gay. April 5, 1963 *Jewlsii noriciicnn Page 13-D lading, even if light and some[, forgettable. p.jorc space runs out I should V to recommend three final J,'.. One LS "Tales, of the Yid. Rialto," a collection of stor' thf Veteran Zfcnisrl twfirV I" ou is Lipsky, about the Yid.;„ ge ;>nd th-.colorful men women who contributed lo the Yiddish theatre in l r 1900's. The second ITi nn' iThe New Jewish EnC t 'pedia, M edited by David l, |g eri a fat and copiously llI,. aid one-volume encyclol, /„ which covers fairly compref..'..,.|\ important Jewish L.TU.S and personalities. Such ineeded and this is a "-kmanlikc. competent job. k t last book is a two-volume set I by Jacob Fried entitled 5 in the Modern World." It i. many long and authon 10U/S LIPSKY Yiddish (tialto tative studies on various significant aspects of Jewish life in America. There are essays on the relationship on America and Israel; on Church and State jr problems; on civil libertiespn • donrog^aphy; on %  HfWa'Wre; *aft; on Yiddish and Hebrew writing and on J<".ralr->intelr8etu;rts in America. It is perhaps the most thoughtful and useful Jewish book of the year. This wealth of material, available this Passover season, is characteristic of the fact that the best Jewish minds in the country are continuing to produce significant volumes of Jewish interest. It is an impressive list and assures us that in the decade ahead we have every reason to look forward to a tremendous revival in Jewish writing in this country. [he Haggadot in the Library of Congress Continued from Pag 11-D i Passover holiday. sting to note, as well. ong the very earliest edi. ||{ _.ni(it Illustrators betom oi signing their • Special Editions %  printed H published in 1475 in re the first illustratJ also appeared. But | %  illustrated Haggadah to pserved in its entirely was ii Prague in 1526. Haggadot — which I i istom among wealthy }. v'in commissioned arti>t^ i illuminate their Haggadlh texts grew from both an lerhetic sense and the desire to I the hooks attractive to I en mm would be stimulatisk <|ue.-tions. eed, within the collection k.:. an ancient and modern pimple* ol the fact that the j lab — unlike any other I if Jewish liturgy—has been v.< subject of countless special Ki:'ions. including some which sere prod iced with particular y easis on color or material. addition to Congressional orrowers, Dr. Marwick recalls Du< several years ago the Paris headquarters office of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization rekuested the loan of a FrenchGREETINGS H. r\>n s BOOFING Since 1921 260 NE 24th STREET MIAMI PHone FR 48091-PL 9-5468 GREETINGS KTE'S LAWN MOWER SERVICE Jtitrpening Foct*ry Method *MM Ingint Repairs ftWofi "91 N.W. 79lh STWIT Phono OX 1-3*62 Pte T.tto, Owmtr GREETINGS HtWUKRS Sa Food & [••oulirv Market '&HOP IN THE GABLES^ PARKING WORRIES" 267 MINORCA AVE. 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Friday. April 5. 1963 *, lewisti ftmrHi^m Page 11-B i-:. Allen Bwdur MRS. WARREN GtLMAN Gelman, Schwarz Exchange Vows A white poau (ie sole Empire [rock was the choice of Miss Susan Emily Schwarz for her late afternOOA wedding to Warren Jay i.clman on Sunday. Mar. 31. with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating. Hold in the home of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Newton Schwarz, 50 W. Di Lido Dr., the! ceremony was followed there by a reception and dinner. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Mrs. Alan David Alan, matron of honor, and bridemaids. May Ellen Silver, Helen Jo Schwarz, Susan Fleming. A graduate of Lear School the former Miss Schwarz attended Aclelphia College and Art Students U'ague of New York'. Son of Mrs. Gertrude Gelman ol New York City, the bridegroom had Richard Miller as best man Shafton, Badanes In Nuptial Vows Now on a honeymoon tour of Florida, the former Arlene Badanes and Perry Mitchell Shafton ex| changed nuptials vows on Sunday I evening. Mar. 31. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro performed the ceremony at Beth David, and a recepI tion in Spector Hall followed. For her wedding the bride chose I a candlelight, sheath front peau de soie gown with alencon lace | yoke and pearl trimmed sleeves, and carried orchids. Alva Badanes and Mrs. Richard M. Feingold, sisters of the bride, attended her as maid and matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Carol Jane Shafton, the bridegroom's sister, Rhea Fingerman, Mrs. Malcolm Kirschenbaum, Janet Levin, Mrs. William Shaw, Karen Phillips and Jennine Phillips. Laura Long and Robin Shier were flower girls, and ringbearer was Jonathan Long. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes. 600 SW 21st Rd.. the new Mrs. Shafton is a graduate of Miami Junior High and attended Ohio State University. Now a food broker with Shafton & Co., the bridegroom is also a graduate of Miami Senior High and attended the University of Miami. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kirvin K Shafton, 29 Bay Heights Dr., the younger Shafton's best man was Jack Kelly. Serving as groomsmen were Robert Baitcher, Dr. Richard M. Feingold, Morris Futernick, II, Joe Leigh, Wayne Waterhouse and Burton Weiner. Double Ring Rites For Fishers A double ring ceremony performed by Rabbi Leon Kronish on Saturday evening, Mar. 30. united Brenda Ann Brody and Joseph Herbert Fisher. Carried out in shades of pink and white, the wedding was held at the Diplomat Country Club where a reception and formal dinner followed the evening nuptials. The floor length traditional wedding gown was of candlelight silk peau de soie with fitted bodice of imported Alencon lace reembroidJ ered with pearls and sequins. It I featured a scooped neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and a belle skirt extending to a chapel train. The six tierred French illusion fell from a coronet of matching lace and seed pear's and the bride carried white orchids, BtephazotM and lily-of-the-valii'\ OC her confirmation bible. Matron of honor v iMrs. Irwin Lepselter. ths bride s sister, Miss Joan Kramer served as maid of honor and Miss Sarah Fisher, the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Bennett Feldman were bridesmaids. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam A i dmoi a MRS. JOSEPH fISHIR with Stephen Schwarz and Harold Schwarz. ushers. A graduate of Scarborough Prep School, Gelman attended Trinity College and served as president of Deltr Kappa Epsilon fraternity. On their return from a honeymoon in Nassau the newlyweds will live in Cincinnati, 0., where the bridegroom is vice president of Arrow Furniture Co. NOW OPEN AT THE DILIDO HOTEL FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE I. K. 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He would "require quality merchandising in commercial areas and strengthen the conflict of interest ordinance,"' among his othei recommendations for good government. Brody. 620 N. Shore Dr.. formerly of Detroit, Mich., the new Mrs. Fisher is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High and attended Ohio State University and the University of Mexico. She received a degree in education from the University of Miami and is now on the faculty at Miami Shores Junior High. Her sorority is Sigma Delta Tau. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Miami and is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fratentity. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fisher, 1445 16th St.. formerly of Pittsburg, his father served as best man, and Irwin Lepselter, Alan Shecter, Martin Plaskoff, and Dr. Jules Levin were groomsmen. Now on a honeymoon trip to the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, the newlyweds will live in Miami Beach. 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mmmm H not only because of its religious importance; it also helps us focus on the image of the greatest iJjfw.'jn history, Moses. The noted Hebrew philosopher Ahad Ha-Am, in his brilliant essay entitled "Moses." writes that "on the threshold of Jewish history thefigure of MOses, the greatest of our national heroes, stands like a pillar of light. As 1 read the Haggadah, on Passover eve, his image hovers over me and lifts me to a higher plane." You cannot begin to discuss the history of the Jewish people without important reference tc Moses. He was a man who lea the Hebrews for 40 years in the wilderness of Sinai and it was during that time that the Jews became a people. And it is because Moses and Jewish peoplehood are intermingled in the story of Passover, that Passover is in a unique way the prime national holiday of the Jews. Festival of Freedom Thus, while the Seder and the Haggadah are described and talked about in detail during Passover, we should remember that these are really surface manifestations of a holiday which has extraordinary depth. A contemporary scholar in comparative religion, Dr. Theodor H. Gaster, in his little book entitled Passover, stresses the meaning ot the holiday to all people, and not to Jews alone. Passover, he says, 'is seen to reflect in the successive stages of its development those of Men's elemental quest for freedom. It starts as a festival ol physical freedom—a crude and primitive ceremony designed to free men, from year to year, lrom the hurt and hazard of life and the mischief of nature. It develops into a festival of social freedom, commemorating the liberation of a particular people from bondage. 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In the United States—where liberty is cherished and holidays of liberation are marked with great intensity—Passover is celebrated by Jews with great Joy and it is recognized by non-Jews as a major Jewish holiday. Moral Leadership Contemporary Jewish writers, novelists and poets alike, utilize the Passover Seder as a focal point of Jewish discovery and self-discovery. It is a family holiday thanks, of course, to the Seder which becomes a traditional reunion as well as a feast. Even Passover foods are rapidly gaining enormous acceptability in the entire Jewish society. "Kosher for Passover" delicacies, are sold widely and are on the fringe of becoming overcommercialized. While we may decry this strong commercialization, we must recognize that it is due. in part, to the magnetic attraction of the holiday itself and its meaning to the Jewish community. Too frequently, we overlook the deeper symbolism of Passover, which is really a holiday marking Jewish nationhood and religious freedom. 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iday. April 5. 1963 I Pearly Gait •, kwislh FkwidHain Page 13-B by Hal MM %  1MB I HHM 11 %  M MM 11 Wt I H HOTEL ROW: Freddy Martin, Is "singing" saxaphone and his rihestra remain as the headline liraction through the spring nliday at the Doral Beach Starghl Roof. Added musical feaire in the high-perched room is be Magic Violins of Mexico. FOR PASSOVER: For the family seeking Seder services in the traditional manner, there are quite a few hotels and restaurants in the area which will feature the annual ceremony. The Eden Roc, Fontainebleau, i i pi o mat, Deauville, Marseilles, DiLido, Raleigh, Prombnade. Coral Reef, Shore Club, .romwell, Americana, Lombardy. Strath Haven, and Shelborne are among the hotels that are taking reservations for their Sedorim. STAGE, SCREEN, ETC.: Zev J Bufman and Stan Seiden, who are now negotiating to buy the j Coconut Grove Playhouse, should have a good and profitable threeweek run with Jean Kerr's com-! edy hit, ••.Mary, Mary." Jeffrey i Lynn, John Lasell and Patricia Smith are co-starred in the witty romp. The wonderful "David and Lisa" stays on at the Mayfair, Sunset and Parkway. The frank and compassionate story and portrayals in this compelling movie about mentally disturbed teen-agers are well deserving of Academy awards. Make sure you see it. A light and flighty romance, with airline stewardesses the center of attraction and action, is the theme of "Come Fly With Me," holdltlg over at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. a HERE AND THERE: The new price policy at Maxim's is a definite click, according to Andre Pascal, host and headman at the Surfside swankery. In case you haven't been aware of the changeover, complete dinners are now available, priced from $5 to $7.50. These in addition to Maxim's regular a la carte fare. Recent Maxim diners were the R. E. Dumas Milners (he's the Jackson, Miss., industrialist) and Coral Gables friends Ray and Adelle Griffith. The 5,000th stewardess recently graduated from Eastern Air Lines in-flight training area at Miami Springs Villas. The first group of girls started attendance there in June, 1955. Mrs. Winnie Gilbert, who is in charge, .'ays the girls have come from every state in the union, with Pennsylvania leading. aman Eyes fables Seat lliarles I. Seaman is a candiV for Coral Gables City Com| practicing attorney in Coral jli's for the pasl 12 years, Seahas pledged "city economy to ight waste and eliminate it. ili-hment of secret commission pings, realistic appraisal of all perty, and street improvements beautification of streets." p.iman, of 531 Gerona Ave., is Associate Judge of Coral lies. Free Haggadah Available A 44-page booklet entitled "Haggadah for the American Family" is being distributed without charge by Standard Brands, Inc.; makers of Chase & Sanborn Coffees and Tender Leaf Teas, to assist Jewish families in the observance ol Passover, from Apr. 9 to 16. The booklet, "Haggadah for the American Family," is available without charge at grocery stores and supermarkets that carry Chase & Sanborn Coffees and Tender Leaf Teas. Students Will Mark Passover Services for the Passover holiday will be conducted by students j in the Religious School of Beth' Torah Congregation on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, 10 a.m., I in the Youth Room of the school | building under the leadership of student Rabbi Mark Haddad and Richard Kagan. The students will chant the lit-j urgy, deliver the sermons and 1 read from the Torah Scroll. Simultaneously, the Alef Congregaj tion, boys and girls between 5 and | 8, will meet under the direction Of Bea Levin. First born male students of the Religious School will also participate in the Siyum B'Chorim, the ceremony of the first-born sons, on Monday, 7 a.m., in the chapel of the synagogue. -ESS* 4fefe* 2as#1 ras? 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ON STAGE Famous Yiddish Singing Star First Appearance in America MOISHE ZAMAR New Singinq Sensation SHOSHANA FISHER Great Yiddish Comic FREDDIE OWENS ALSO SCHACHTER ft STEIN i>1 SCRtFH "M0NTICEL10, HERE I COME" A Yiddish Musical Revue It's the Best Show Value in Town Matinee 55c Evenings $1.05 THE PRICE IS RIGHT LUXURIOUS NEW ACCOMMODATIONS Afcantl Bmck DOG TRACK FIRST RACE 8:15 EM GRANDSTAND ADMISSION SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. Rossini's COMIC OPERA BARBER OF SEVILLE 3:00 PM SUNDAY, MAY 5 DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM A Sung in English by Ford Foundation Fellowship Awards artists from New York (all seats reserved) Side & Rear Orch.... 2.00 Contributing Membership (Four tickets)... $25.00 Good Samaritan Membership (Six tickets)... $50.00 TICKETS ON SALE AT Dade County Auditorium HI 6-9230 Philpitt's South Miami MO 7-8874 Suniland Stationery & Gilt Shop-. 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Pctqe 12-A +Jf**i*ti nnrMinn Friday, April 5. 193 |j LETTER TO THE EDITOR Zionists Defend Celebration Charge EDITOR, The Jewish Floridiin: In the Mar. 29 Iteue of your paper, a letter signed hy Mayshie Friedberg bemoans the fact that the Zioni.-t Council of South Florida was setting admission charges for the lath anniversary celebrating the establishment of the State 01 Israel li<' also generously offered to contribute the first $25 toward defraying i oT the event and ited the "many philanthropic individuals" balance. to underwrite Q "* %  ':: &f (BEAUVILLE piece nte j>|, I RICHARD CfX TUCKER ^| World's Greatest Tenor and Cantor a"a1kaim ^S CONDUCTING THE TRADITIONAL pAssoveR seOeRS With a symphonic choir ol 20 /olees under the leadership of ALAN CHESTER I DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABB.' TIBOR H. STERN FIRST SEDER-APRIL 8-7 p.m. S 2 PluxTax SECOND SEDER-APRIL 9-7 p.m. $15 PloxTox PHONE UN 5-8511 (Catering Dept.) How naive can an "old campaigner" get? The auditorium rent and participation comes high, as do the stage hands, electricians, box-office help, tickettakers, ushers, rental of concert grand piano, plane transportation for out-of-town dignitaries, hotel bills, printing, advertising, newspaper ads, artists' fees, office help, mimeographing, meeting rooms, ad infinitum. Nevertheless, admission scale provides for 1.500 seats ;it SI.50 each, which should take care of those interested people who are not so blessed with "worldly goods." I call to mind the ioth anniversary celebration at the Bay front Park Auditorium. No admission was charged, and a near riot occurred. The event was scheduled for 8:30 p.m., and the mobs stormed the entrance doors at 6:30 p.m.. with the result that thousands of people were turned away and dozens of people invited to participate neve got near the place. Friedberg makes his point about the heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto, which I suspect inspired the letter. It certainly will not go unmentioned in the program. While it is true that "the best things in life are free." it does not include high-level, dignified and memorable concert events such as planned for Saturday even, ing. Apr. 20. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. A. ARTHUR PEKELNER, Chairman of the Celebrbation Committee ET, MIAMI BEACH TRADITIONALLY KOSHFR — — Passover Seders Catered By HARFENIST Di Lido Hotel APRIL 8th and 9th Conducted by the Eminent CANTOR M0RDECAI YARDEINI WITH CHOIR ALSO TWO SEDERS IN HARFENIST RESTAURANT 1381 WASHINGTON AVENU Miami Beach, Florida %  M POPULAR CANTO* AND CHOIR FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE 8-2055 & JE 8-2058 CANTOR YARDEINI WitKLY KtStKVATIONS AT HAtflNIST TWO SEDERS AND 6 DINNERS —ALL FOR S40.00 Sid Caesar Endows Chapel YON'KERS — (JTAt — Sid Caesar, Broadway and television star, announced here that he was donating a $5,000 chapel to the synagogue where he attended Hebrew school and obtained his confirmation. Congregation Agudas Achim. He requested that the chapel, to be part of a new school wing, be named after his late parents. Mr. Caesar attended the synagogue's dedication s e r v I c e B, Launching its new $100,000 building and modernization program. He came here from his home in Long Island with his wile and two I children. He was awarded an honorary life membership in the congregation. *Mui t)R. lRViNQ LebRMAN and Cantor Hirsh Adler i, ,'.?r flif diKficrx of TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTERHOOD \A/> HOTEL bntainebleau ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET TRADITIONAL setieKi SERVICES conducted by BALLROOM APRIL 8 and 9, 1963 $17.50 per person Rest %  -i ni Banquet Dept. JE 8-8811 Yoa r eordlallT Invited U attend Family SEDER Services In th. Surllt* IUm of the SHELBORNE HOTEL April 3th 6:30 P.ftL Service! Will Be Conducted By CANTOR EMANUEL MANDELL Reservation: S3 per person R.S.V.P. Tax & Tip Included For rwtm-.lonf, cll "nu Bsblni j. JE i-un :*L STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant (20th CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under Same M. nigemerl "I.HK.-T \\'I' i:i;.-T KXttWN I'MKV KKSTAI R.\> SERVING STRICTLY PASSOVER FOODS BREAKFAST LUNCH TPV 841 Washington Ave. DINNERS JE 1-9182 )f The Royal Hungarian -.cs Restaurant 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 OFFERS A NEW SERVICE TO THE COMMUNIY. COMPLETE SEDER DINNERS WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS To Take Out $4 Per Person All orders must be in by Sunday morning. A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL rOXTIXEKTAL wa CATERERS 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Wish All Their Friends and Patrons a Happy and Kosher Pesach KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 2-1671 Serving Passover Meals During Entire Week \ MASHGIACH ON PREMISES PROMENADE HOTEL DINING ROOM PASSOVER SEDER Per Person • Per Seder CANTOR REVEREND ISRAEL OFFICIATING RESERVATIONS: JE 8-5721-Mrs. Kleinberg {—^rustctl #Vt ryta OF THE com Lombardy Hotel Reservations Now Being Accepted for 9-Day Period — 3 Meals Daily. Vn4*T Strict Rabbimicmf Supervision SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILY RESERVATIONS Cantor Julius Rosenstein WILL OFFICIATE AT SEDERS SAND-ELL !" CATERERS fZXS UN 6-77*1 PASSOVER SEDER DINNER CONDUCTED BY RABBI AND CANTOR SANFORD SELTZER THE REGiONAL DIRECTOR OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS — FOR RES Singapore 96th and COLLINS MIAMI BEACH SERVED IN THE BEAUTIFUL MALAYAN ROOM APRIL 8*, 6:45 PM 10 COURSE DINNER SERVED WITH WINE $8.50 ERVATIONS CALL — Resort Mote! UN 5-9931 or Wl 7-1481



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rage 14-D +3eistncrktBan Friday, April 5. 1963 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL HOME OF THE FLORIDA DE RBY -Jimes Donn, Jr., Pr*tidnt Happ/ Passover re O'jr /.' % % %  nds and Customers HOWARDS SUPER LIQUORS 515 Washington Ave. Miami Beach FREE DELIVERY JE 8-4445 ="? CE3 BEST SEV :E ON 7^\M BEA1TO ALL — GREETINGS $ Miami Jai Alai Fronton NE 3-3201 "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associate* SEASON'S GREETINGS PACKER PONTIAC (ON THE TRAIL) Factory Trained Mechanics — Fine Cars — Fine Service Compare Our Prices — Mew & Used Cars 665 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 9-4576 HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM MARKEL INDUSTRIES INC. HARRV MARKOWITZ, President MORRIS LOMASKIN. Secretary-Treasurer 376 N.W. 25th STREET Phone 633-0566 A Happy Passover Holiday to all our Customers with appreciation of their patronage ARMEN HOUSE OF BEAUTY 1363 Coral Way 379-4075 10 AM. to 10 P.M. CLOSED MON. PASSOVER GREETINGS Aberbach's Miami Beach Leading Art Supply Store for Student* A Professionals 466 Arthur Godfrey Rd. ( M. B. 40 JE 2-2716 BERNIE SAGER STUDIO OF DANCE ARTS All Types of Stage A Ballroom Dancing for Children A Adults Member DMA — "We Teach from 3 to 83' 1 Air Conditioned — Private A Class Lessons Call for Appointment — Studios 7. >) A 10 1519 Washington Ave., Miami Beach JE 8-1942 PASSOVER GREETINGS Rosa Syrian Restaurant SHISH KABOB SPECIALTIES 1710 ALTON ROAD JE 8-9628 Passover Greetings from Morris Ciment Florida Picture Frame Corp. 1050 ALTON ROAD Ph. 538-7373 Old Religious Art at the Jewish Museum \ Continued from Page 2D %  ••" exhibit! [rom the fourth century 'o modern SMS and embracing a sreat variety of cultural situatj The items range from the earl •-• known repf of the Judgment of Solomon on an early B> zantine carnelian gem through medieval manuscript ; and monumental Renaissance and Baroque paintings to Jean Dubuffet's interpretation of Adam and Eve The exhibition includes paint sculpture, ivories, tapi tries, Muslim miniatures, and illuminated manuscripts and a variety of examples of the deco rathe arts on loan from mus eum and private coll from throughout the Athe Hebrew Bible was a favorite source for folk art;-, there ia large selection of IT--. 18th and 19th century Europeai and American primitives. The exhibition is arranged accord Lng to biblical subject ma" si irting from <>• oesis Wide Diversity The primary purpose of the exhibition is to demonstrate the wide diversity of place, time and cultural circumstance in which the Hebrew Bible has infleunced the activity of artists. Apart from its far reaching effect on the major Western religious traditions through the ages, the Hebrew Bible has been a source of inspiration to the development of Chrstian. Jewish and Muslim culture. The exhibition. -Selections from the Silver and Judaica ColSEASON'S GREETINGS PIZZA PATIO PIZZA • BARBECUE • FRIED CHICKEN 9495 Bird Road South Miami CA 1-0741 To All Our Friends and Patrons Passover Greetings BARKIN ENVELOPE MFG. CO. 2740 S.W. 28th LANE MIAMI Phone HI 3-7598 Harry Barkin PASSOVER GREETINGS Superior M0ru Cleaning. Mnv. VAUT SHOP AT COLUMBUS H0TH 2004 NE 2nd AVE. Miami Phone FR 3-0541 -) "Esther Before Ahcsuerus," painting by Jacopo del Selkrio %  1 441-1493 painting on wood panel. Florence. From Wildenstein and Company, New York. Part of the exhibit, "The Hebrew Bible in Christian, Jewish and Muslim Art," at the Jewish Museum. lection Of Mr and Mrs Michael M Zagayskl." also opened in February, and will continue through May l. The exhibition I QSistS ot 275 items from the Zagayski collection of Ji ceremonial and related art objects, judged to be one ot the finest private collections in the world. Some outstanding items included are a pair of 17th cenury headpieces from Mantua; GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH AWNING CO. CANVAS PRODUCTS Serving Miami Beach All Year Round 1125 5 th STREET JE 1-7345 MR. LEO CIMENT of the DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO. Extends Season's Greetings to All His Friends and Patrons 394 E. 10th Court Phone TU 5-1454 TO ALL GREETINGS JONES & SON, INC. HARDWARE "Thousands of Useful Items" 10525 S. DIXIE HIVVAY KENDALL a number of filigree book bindings, silver gilded and tooled, many with family COata-Of-arms; a Megillah with engravings by Salomon d'ltalia. from Amsterdam, circa 1630. in a caned nory case: an 18th century Italian silver filigree spice tower with miniature biblical scenes in enamel: a rare 15th century ceramic Chanuka lamp from Limburg. Holland: a Venetian Torah curtain in red velvet, dated 1572: a rare manuscni'gadah of 49 connected parchment circles, each 2-3 8'* diameter. Italian. U50; rare glass Judaica items, as well as an I8tti century decorated porcelain cup and saucer from the Rothschild family; and 18 Renaissance cere monial gold wedding rings, with filigree, jeweled, and enamel decoration The collection is the second to be formed by Zagayski. The first was confiscated, b> the in Poland during World War II GREETINGS 6th ST. TIN SHOP "A Gas Tank with A Reputation' Gas Tanks Water Tanks Boat Works 304 SW 6th STREET Phone FR 4-6737 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER NATIOMZED DRY CLEANING & UIMIKY THE DUCH0N fAMILY 80 N.W. 22nd Avenue NE 4-5043 With Best Wishes For A Happy Holiday Season Collins Glass and Mirror Co. 1008 5th STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-7697 — •



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riday, April 5, 1963 *Jewisti norMtarr Page 11-A special Ceremony Will Honor Purchasers Of Israel Bonds Issued in May. 1951 presented hire for the first time anywhere. Another highlight of the occasion will be the presentation of ihe Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Medallion of Honor to .Mrs. Carl A special ceremony spotlighting toric redemption of Israel through i Weinklc "for service to humanitv purchased Israel j participation in the 1963 Israel! and the State of Israel." Mrs. Weinkle has been selected to be the first recipient of this newlyinstituted award. The presentation will be made by Elliott Roosevelt, second son of the late First Lady, and other members of the persons who 'ionds when they were first issued n 1951 will be a highlight of the; Bond ctfort ln our community." srael Independence Day dinner to j Coming to Miami especially for le held Sunday, Apr. 28, at the' the Independence Day dinner or Fontainebleau Hotel under au-1 Apr. 28 will be the noted folk humapices of the Greater Miami Is-jorist Sam Levenson. bringing [Combined YMHA Branch board will be installed at a single ceremony Sunday night at Miami Sprinas Villas. Shown planning for the event are (left to right) A. Budd Cutler, president, and installing officer, Mrs. George A. Simon, who will conduct the invocation and benediction, and Stanley Spieler, I dinner chairman. lewish Community Center Branches Will Install New Officers Sunday Evening V wiy-elected officers and board PTA of the Southwest YMHA numbers of the branches of the Branch will also be present for renter Miami Jewish Community this occasion. nter will be installed at a din-[ Parents ot the nursery school this e HIT dance Mian Springeal Bond Organization. Samuel Friedland, Israel Bond chairman, noted that the Israel Independence Day dinner will ecle• irate Israel's 15th anniversary as i i free nation and the beginning of! he redemption of the first Israel i Bonds. To mark the event, Founder Investor Certificates will be present-; ;d to bondholders ct 1951. "Those neriting this distinction are being isked by the Israel Bond Organization to make themselves known sc that they may be accorded due | recogntion," Friedland said Wednesday. "It is most significant that in her fifteenth anniversary year Israel will start to redeem the first Israel Bonds issued twelve years ago. The people of Israel are once again proving that they can and do make good on their financial obligations," added Friedland. I "The redemption of the first bonds provides inspiring evidence of Israel's economic growth and stability I know that this will be encouraging to those who wish to identify themselves with the hisspecially-prepared program to be'Roosevelt family. Hebrew Union College Opens Branch in Jerusalem Continued from Page 1-A President Kennedy, who hailed the establishment of lh scho>i as • "laudable act cf con'Herce in the international in psriance of scholarship and a.-i eloquent expression cf support An ci cans are willing to g.'.c it." Anioiv,; tin guests at the convocation was U.S. Aniuas-ador ttalv.orth Barbour, who announced an American Government grant of S213.000 to assist the operation of the school during its first year. The funds will also aid three re search scholars at the school as well as 23 participants in this summer's Institute for Near Eastern Civilization. Outlining .the a.ms of the school, Dr. Glucck said in his address i that the institution will be open lo scientists of all faiths, ano serve as a base for H.U.C. profc sois who will come here to con ui i year-long seminars for stu ;''erts from American colleges. It w II also, he -aid. serve America! institutes engaged in research con ected with the Middle East. Refcirii.g to the Relorm chapel which is pan


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Friday. April 5, 1963 *JbUftft florid fan Page 3-E Mrs. Reich At Convention Mrs. Alfred Reich, of 6003 SW 591h St., Miami, is attending the 1963 national biennial meeting of B'nai B'rith Women at the Statler11 ilt MI Hotel in Washington this week. Mrs. Reich is president of District 5 of B'nai B'rith Women. Leading the list of prominent speakers at the convention are Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (DMinn.), Majority Whip; and New York Republicans Jacob Javits and Kenneth Keating. Sen. Keating will be convention keynoter. Also featured at the meeting are Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University; Dore Schary, playwright and producer, who is also chairman of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith; and Label Katz, international president of B'nai B'rith. Seders at Beth Torah Stanley Stein and Dave Margulies, co-chairmen, are accepting reservations for two public Seders to be held at Beth Torah Congregation on Monday and Tuesda> evenings beginning 7:15 p.m. The traditional Passover dinners wtll be catered by Philip Weiss, of thn i Royal Hungarian. — MK. ALFRED ICH Freedom Festival Saturday Night Jewish Family and Children's Service Women's Committee board member Mrs. Melvyn Frumkes gets into the proper spirit for the women's moonlight cruise abard the M-S Calypso on Saturday night. Proceeds will go toward support of the Agency's home tor emotionally disturbed children to be opened in the fall. Seventeeth annual 'Freedom Festival'' sponsored by Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women is scheduled for Saturday evening at the President Madison Hotel. Highlight of the event will be the crowning of a Liberty Queen. Host for the evening will be Phil Sahl, manager of the Four Freedoms Hotel, with Michael Sossin acting as master of ceremonies. Music and entertainment will be offered by Irving Pietrack and his mm in Service... WBS in Convenience! orchestra, with Rose Wcissman, soprano. Mrs. Simon Wikler is heading a committee which includes Mesdames Sally Fisher, David Denner, Jack August, Margaret Beaty. Minnie Solomon, Rose Whcye, Abe Kitty, Sara Burkin, Ann Marks. Dave Alper, Ben Reimer, Harry Kaufman. Evelyn Isaac, Esther Ueberall, Rose Keltz. Elsie Tulin. Helen Barry, Tanya Wolshin, Ann Sampson and Joe Bloch. Mrs. Lenore Gcrstcnl'ield 18 president of the group. At First National Bank, virtually all personal and business banking 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 PARKING WHILE YOU B*HR Founded in 1902 Complete Banking and trust Services Se Habla f spafiol FJRST NATIONAL BANK;/ 100 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD. SOUIH MIAMI, FLORIDA HIMItl FEDERAL RESERVE SYSIEM • FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSIRANCE COAPSAAIIIN Women's Group Presents Slate Following names were present1 ed by Mrs. Rose Wolf, nominating committee chairman of Women's DiVtatM of Chamber of Commerce. Surfsido-Bal Harbor-Bay %  I arbor,' at a regular luncheon | meeting recently: MrShirley Levinson. president; Mrs. Blanche Linsky. Mrs. Louis Arnold, Mrs. Clare L. Goodman. Mrs. Marion Shwitzer and Mrs. Edith Zuckerman, vice presidents; Mrs. Essie Wolis, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lillian Blatt. social secretary; Mrs. Pearl Schanfald, recording secretary; Mrs Rose Wolf, treasurer, and Mrs. Helen Burman, financial secretary. for information please call: Mr. Jacques Class —JE 2-3600 MIDTOWN CLUB BEVERAGES GINGER ALE CLUB SODA TRU FRUIT (Black Cherry, Black Raspberry & Orange) Kosher for PaHnover UNDER SUPERVISION OF Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES On April 8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16, Heinz Kosher Varieties will not be Kosher. Why? Because April 8 to April 16 are the days of Passover. And the Seal* of Kashruth on so many Heinz labels does not include Passover. The is your guarantee that Heinz Varieties are strictly Kosher for year-round use. But not for Passover. As always, while publishing this yearly reminder, may we also wish you, your family and your friends a most happy Passover. *i'i the Seal of Approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.



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[ay, April 5, 1963 +Jewlsti nortdlinn Page 13-C 163 Eutznick Eyes Our Relations With Israel tions. m ob prcj Tvs cl t he Continued from Page 5-C s are by no mean* solved. now, we know that regioni-nsions like those in the MidKast are more difficult, if impossible, of solution, so L as the struggle between the and the East is unresolved unstabilized. There is just much room for competition Temporary favors sought and Inted by competing sides to Tiit solid and lasting solutions. c are living in an unusual ;h. Big Powers possess the atest and most destructive tary strength in history. But mains virtually immobilized le Big Powers compete for small, weak, and poor naThe meek have truly inited the earth. Any sane and sor.able attitude toward Amcr-. brae] relationships must ect intelligently on this realWhether we approve of cerrelationships or not, it must expected that our nation, in own national interest, will main friendly and helpful acts with many nations, ln[ng not only Israel but Arab, can. Latin American and n states, which appear to it such consideration. The e of the world requires it. Both States Sovereign other aspect is self-evident bears repetition. On many is, Israel aligns herself with West (she has one of the if not the best, records of lg on the same side as the ed States in the United Naamong non-treaty states) Israel is sovereign and, as acts as she should in what onsiders her own best interIt is no less true of our nation. Israel is not a satof the United States or of West; nor is the United s a satellite of Israel. Both ns are blessed with able, {gent and energetic leaderWhere energy, intelligence ovenunt are present, posss for occasional differarise—even while the funntal relationship is sound friendly. again, the United States tins relationships with friendly nations, some of are unfriendly to one anThe Israel-Arab situation unique. In an overwrought. %  i 1 HOLIDAY GREETINGS llIM PRESS J. POLOVIN IFFSET & LETTERPRESS ) !ndl I p 30 W. Flagler Street Miami FR 9-5965 0 1 tunnies PILE'S BEAUTY SALON 1 "iMt iMf flt ehVf4N7LM AVfNO! f K1AUAH OX 1-6744 Aim **— ^t^a_ Am J 55tfl 1 kason's Greetings to All I" Friends and Patrons AH %  ). B IGUNN RADIO & TV l?26 ALTON ROAD it* 1 Phone IE 1-1932 iienl 5T. 652 1 we H-i^yj i Mil < &f • | •' %  •*• GRACE • PRAISE • ACCEPTANCE nana • bVn • 7-13 The Seder conclude* with pnyen and son S 5 of thanksgiving,. praise and rcjoidng. %  exceedingly tense and fluid world, we must expect momentary incongruities. These are usually passing phases with little impact on long term interests and more profound mutualities. The closest friends among the nations of the world go through periods of disagreement, and foes find moments of agreement. Consequently there is always the possibility that differences can arise between the governments of the United States and Israel. When, in the judgments of the governments of states that are friendly, national interests conflict, it is not tragic so long as basic and fundamental relationships remain sound. It is dangerous to elect the role of a prophet, but our people have a tradition that encourages the Jew to try to prophecy. There are several areas that in the future could bring about momentary or ephemeral differences between the United States and the State of Israel, even with as friendly and understanding an administration as that headed by President Kennedy. I would hope that this will not happen but, in today's world, anything can happen. Let us examine a few possibilities for a moment. This Administration believes deeply in the right and the duty of a state to defend itself from Continued on Page 14-C It Is Our Pleasure to Extend Holiday Greetings Shortening Corporat of Florida 7360 NW 35th AVENUE OX 1-8100 A Hapay roiiovcr to All the Members of The Opera Guild We Wish to Itttni Our Sincere Appreciation for Year Peif Svpawrf ARTURO DiFILIPPI, Artistic Director and General Manager BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER "We Educate for Successful Gracious Living" t40^ SCHOOL AND SUMMER CAMP 1010 West Ave. Miami Beach JE 1-0606 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 Street Phone FR 4-2792 MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ and SONS THOMAS and JERRY and MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ and Daughter LORI LYNN Wish Their Friends and Relatives a Happy Passover TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. 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Page 6-C +JeHist FkridHar Friday. April 5. 1963 BESf WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS GOODY SHOES THE LARGEST FAMILY SELF-SERVICE SHOE STORES IN THE SOUTH SHOP THE STORE NEAREST YOU TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS THE DAWSONS MARTIN DOUGLAS DONALD INDUSTRIAL PLASTIC MOLDERS, INC. INJECTION MOULDING MOLD MAKING 680 W. 18th St., Hialeah TU 7-7428 FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY 723 DuPont Building 6915 Red Rood (212 Red Sunset Bldg.) BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER AMERICAN EXTERMINATORS MIAMI MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-6140 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL nccou "The Fresher Retr*her" NEHI BOTTLING CO. 538 N.W. 24th Street Phone FR 34287 TO ALL — PASSOVER GREETINGS BYHON HOLDREN & ASSOCIATES Baited liMfit Lift taMi-MKt Mateal Benefit Health I Accident AII'I Phone FR 1-1533 Ainsley Building HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL RCNRY "Honk" CABEIMANN t •*< HI 4-0434 GABLES TYPEWRITER CO. BJPAtt BUY SELL RENT Typewriters — Adding Mmckimtt — Cesfc Registers — ChtckmrHtrt 2313 LE JEUNE ROAD CORAL GABLES. FLA. TO All SlASONi CfffiTINCS JACK III I I III II ASS T CITY MANAGER MIAMI BEACH MR. and MRS. MAX THURSTON of ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE, INC. WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER The Fate of Judaism on British Television By S. J. GOLDSMITH | ON DON — Should the British %  Broadcasting Corporation be allowed to satirise religion on its networks? This question has arisen as a result of a satirical program, dedicated to the debunking ot authority, the exposure of cant and the deflating of pomposity. This satirical program, called "That Was The Week That Was." screened on television at the peak listening hour of Saturday night. pokes fun at the Government, ridicules individual ministers, lampoons industry", farming, big business and all hallowed institutions, and does not even spare the royal family. Nobody seems to mind very' much and a good time is had by all. The British can take such things and enjoy them. It used to be done on the music hall stage; it is now done on television. Exclusive Club But last time the prosr-am •took-off" the great religions of the world—and a terrific rumpus has started. It presented the religions of the world on the lines of the investigations in the famous consumers' magazine. Which? This magazine examines goods from the consumer.*' pointof-view and advises on the merits or deficiencies of foodstuffs, clothing, household equipment and so on. So the television program examined the religions in this vein. It, dealt with—in order of seniority—Budhism. Judaism, the Catholic Church. Church of England and Islam. It had even a go at the non-Conformist churches, and it included a skit on Communism, treating it— rightly, perhaps—as a religion and not a political creed About Judaism—and this is my m M*S4jfl < i i to 'RECITE % T3tJ The key to the Seder ceremony is me recital of rhe Passover story which includes "Man nishtanoh." the familiar "Four Questions," asked by the youngest child.. main concern in this article— the program said that it was the most exclusive club in the world; that membership in this club imposed great strain; that one who was not born into it should keep out. On the purely practical side, we were warned that Judaism is rather expensive on crockery. Of the Church of England, the program said that it was a veryconvenient outfit—one puts in nothing and gets out a great deal. The other religions were dealt with similarly. I have no room to cite more examples, but these few should give an idea of what it was all about. Now. the BBC. is a public TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Donald Kaplan 129 NE 79th Street Marvin Haven Telephone PL 1-8613 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS RED COACH GRILL 1455 Biscay !" Blvd. Phone FR 9-4008 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS JANE S. ROBERTS Your School Board Member TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO. 3701 N. Miami Avenue PL 9-0757 corporation, and the Postmaster General i> responsible for it in a general way. He does not run it—it is directed by a DirectorGeneral and a Board—but answers for it in Parliament. A typical British compromise which works. The BBC. has just nowcelebrated its 40th anniversary, and it is still going strong, despite the appearance, a few years ago, of independent television channels. In radio, the B.B.C. monopoly remains unchallenged. The Government would not license any private radio companies. But even the independent television networks arc no competitors for the B.B.C. The B B.C. b an institution, and you cannot compete with an institution. And suddenly—this frivolity, this irreverence, this naughty attitude to things which many people consider holy. What has happened to the B.B.C? Respectability is supposed to be its hallmark. Indeed, its image is that of a very respectable elderly matron. This is not strictly true. as I know from personal experience in broadcasting over many years. The B.B.C. is full of people with original minds, advanced social ideas, and a keen Season's Greetings to Our Many Friends and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. RNOttl PI 44111 840 Biscoyne Blvd.. Mkrmi A HAPPY PASSOVER 1 Basit Diaz %  All STYLIST Pifirt Wev'Mf A Nek TIMief 5765 SW 8th STREET MMM BW 7-1077 LAWRENCE DRUG 2*S COIAl WAY Mrs. Larry Simkin and Family Wish Their Many Friends Happy Holiday Greetings



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Friday, April 5, 1963 fJkwisli HcridFiaun Page 13-E AT FIRST SEDER i> Passover Monday %  [Morris B. Frank (third from left), president of Beth Jacob Congregation, cites Max D. Goldhagen (second from left), member of the Beth Jacob board, a "Goodwill Ambassador of Beth Jacob" and for "creating a religious and social interest in the :ongregation's activities." Goldhagen is also first vice president of the South Shore Citizens Club, membership chairnan of the Senior Citizens Council, member of the City of Miami Beach Safety Council, and past chancellor of the Ciughts of Pythias. Aaron Lerner (left), first vice president of 3eth Jacob, and Piabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader, nod their ipproval. hmuroh Matzos at Goodman's in the traditional ceremony uh is a part of the prc-Passover paratioo, a representation of nowned rabbis gathered at the Goodman & Sons. Inc., bakery Long Island City, N.Y., to paripate in the annual baking, acding to the prescribed manner. their own Passover matzos, the muroh Matzos. (The rabbis began by mixing the .•daily -selected flour, which had >n sealed by the Goodman rabassover Menu r Your i-amily Continued from Page 2-E |i! cup seedless raisins cup matzo cake meal tablespoon sifted potato starch \~ teaspoon salt •8 teaspoon ground cinnamon |a:n or sauce %  Prepare the carrots before lit mi: to mix the pudding. Three |h< i large ones usually provide correct amount after they are Ited. Use a medium grater. at the eggs and brown sugar |il lighl and thick. Beat -in the and limun rnd. Add the fins and grated carrots. Blend take meal, potato starch, salt. cinnamon thoroughly. Stir inItlic batter. It will be quite kk Spoon into a well oiled 1Irt baking dish, and bake, unpred, at 350 degs. F. for 1 hour. Ve hot with jam or the followsauce: Beat l egg and 14 cup ed confectioners' sugar until ft and thick. Season to taste grated lemon rind or a little jnd cinnamon. This amount of flet serves 5 generously. hi at the mill, with the water carefully sealed and kept apart from everything foreign for at least 24 hours. The group then took turns in pouring and mixing, at the same time chanting the ceremonial songs and prayers for the occasion. Then followed the shifting of the mixture to the rolling ; machines, then through the holepunching and cutting rollers and the tremendous length of care, fully heated and controlled ovens. No hands touched the ingredients, or the* mixture, from the pouring of the Hour trom the special bags through the endless belt lines that carried them to perfect baking, and to the weighing and packing lines. According to age-old laws, the entire process of the matzo baking must be completed within 18 minutes. The guest rabbis were guided througfi each individual step of the preparation and baking by Rabbi Mendel Chodrow, who for many years has been the chief rabbi, supervising the kashruth control of the Goodman bakery. The group was accompanied through the ceremony and operation by Mel Colbert, general sales manager of the company, and Richard Conn, son of Erich Conn, president of Goodman. The company produces a variety of matzos and matzo products, all strictly Kosher for Passover, as well as for year-round use. These : include the square matzos. round tea matzos, egg matzos and matzo meal and matzo farfel. among other items. The famed Goodman's round tea matzos have been I an exclusive Goodman product for I more than 180 years—S.T. Continued from Preceding Page aj nr. .i m Baa Mltxvah: Judith, ilautchtei i>l Mr. I MiSlilnej Faffln, Tuesday i a.m. Communitys.-i \ k-e R:30 p.m. ; TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1361 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jatte. Krldaj vi~. p.m. Kerninni "Relation•hip of l*aasover and Earner." Saturdaj n a.m. Congregational Seder Monila) 8 p.m. I TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunil.ina Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconatructioniat. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Kiiil:i.\ vl". j. tii, Ramlly service, Ser. mom "Wise and foolish Children \-l, Questions." Saturday ld:S0 a.m. HoRtcHsea .(i Klddush: Mrs. Norman %  Jacobs and Mi.*.. Abraham Heeman. | Parsover Tueaday 10:30 a.m. Sernon: "When Wlae Bons Ask Questions." • —— TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can tor Ernest Sterner. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. KYlflay K:is p.m. Sermon: .'The I'rpxlaenl and the Promise ••! Pesach !.. i .\ll Who are Hungry Come and Bat Katurdaj 10:45 a.m. Baa Ulisvah: f'nndacc, daughter of Mr. and MiI-1i ti K Alter; Cheryl, daughter of Mi. and Mr-. Morris Lasarus. Mondn> 8:1." p.m. Beder 8:45 p.m. %  i'n. v'..i p.m Bermon : "I'assoi er Symbols—Part Slave, Par! Maater." Baturda; ...uili aervice 9:80 a.m. I ,,--... ,.,• aervice Monday 8M5 p.m. Ill) .. n.l u edneada) It:30 a.m. Newest Funeral Chapel on Miami Beach ALAN M. BLANK, INC. THREE GENERATIONS OF DEDICATED SERVICE AUTHENTIC JEWISH RITES $ MODERN FACILITIES EXPERIENCED STAFF f Numbers Congregational Beder Monday 6:38 pin. Tueaday li a.m. Children's i axsover service. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner Klein. Friday s :i". p.m. Saturday '* a.m, Annual Passover Beder Tuesdaj 1 P.m. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave Rabbi Herschei Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. I rldai 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Great Babbath." Saturday s:t"> a.m. mon: "To lieatroy—To Save." Mitsvah: Mark, s-.n ..f Mi. and Melvln Pollock. Monday 6:S0 Tu. day 8:45 a.m. Bermon: "A With Order." Wednesdaj 8:45 Sermon: "Change in our Waj i.if. Serliar Mis. p.m. I.irv a.m. of TEMPLE ZiON. 5720 SW 17th St Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. „ Cantor Seymour Hinkes. TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler. Prlda) v:; i'"' Sermon: "A Pre|i de '• %  I Peedom A Pre Passox er Message." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar M Its van: Henry, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Milton M.inli. iimr. Baa Mltavah: Milton Mannhelmer. Has Mitsvah: I'liitkin. Mi mi lay 8:S0 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesdaj :• a.m. • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday vir. p.m. Bermon: "Reform Judaism in Israel—Does it Have s Chance?" Passover service Tuesday 12 a.m. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Pridaj 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "AnWe SUM in HgjrptT" Saturday 10:10 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Owen r\>-e, son ..f Mr. ;.iui Mis Mortimer I'odeil. Tuesda) IO:S0 a.m. Congregational Seder Tuesday 0:80 p.m. —— • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. frrlday: 8:15 p.m. Baturday 9 a.m. Bermon; "Portion of the Law." Bar i. |,| Mean'ng ni,i.,-, y Ste>. n, Al-s. n. in. I We a III I'll til Satp.m of the Hi.at Sabbath i.in. Bar Mltxvah at s.,.i Mr. anil Mrs. Anatole Monday 0:30 p.m. Tuesday Inesda) I 'ass..\. ; aei vici 9 TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henr> Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Frlda) v:'.' 1 p.m. Bermon: "The Oreul Sabbath." Saturday 9 a.m. SAVE 75% HOniS-APAKJMtmS-HOMtS COIN-OP DRY CLEANING CLEANING DONE IN 1 HR. 8.-30 AM to 6 PM-6 Doyi a Week ECON-O-CLEAN Owned & Operated by Dorothy Burkhart 2028 SW. 57th Ave. (Red Road) GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed* Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools & Private Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. 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Friday, April 5. 1963 •. lenicfr ftn^afirBiirnri Page 9-E British System of Education Blamed for Anti Semitism GLASGOW — (JTA) — Faults exists in Britain, Anthony Greenm the British system of education wood, vice chairman of the Labor are partly responsible for 1he fac Party, declared here this week as rhal prejudice against Jews %  til I 'he principal sneaker at a meeting of the Glasgow branch of the World Jewish Congress. Much of the anti Semiti-rrl and nrojudiee now existent in the country, said the Labor Party lead er, is "due also to sheer thoughtlessness on the part of many peo-' manner in pie, who fall into popular exis related. pressions without realizing %  '* wounding these could be. %  'Another cause," he declared. Is the "muddled approach" to the core of Christian religion and the which the Cruclfixroo P ASSOVER, 5723 ... a time of happiness, reunion, ritual and tradition. As each Jewish family gathers at the symbolic Seder table, the freedom gained so long ago is celebrated once again, nd age-old joys gladden every heart. £ At this happy holiday time, we extend our most sincere good wishes to our Jewish friends, everywhere. It gives us great pleasure to know that our products may contribute to the warmth of your holiday Seder. STANDARD BRANDS : For your holiday table, these fine beverages are Kosher for Passover;;. prepared under the supervision of RABBI DR. J. H. RALBAG



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Friday, April 5. 1963 fJewisti Fk>rictta/n Page 13-A Judea Student Wins Florida Bible Contest ... Winners of the Florida district of the National Bible Contest were this week announced by Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. First winner was Carole Joy Goldberg, of Temple Judea; second, Joseph Rubin, B'nai Israel, Clearuater, Fla.; third, Judith j Ann Cohen, the Bureau's Hebrew | High and Beth David Congregation; fourth, Stanley Emanuel Bil| sker, Hebrew High and Beth David Congregation; and fifth, Daniel Margulis, Temple Israel. Winners of the regional contest will participate in the national contest in New York City on Sun1 day. May 5. First prize in the I national contest is a round-trip to i the State of Israel. | E LECT ************************************* • Martin Rittenhouse YOUR CORAL GABLES CITY COMMISSIONER VOTE APRIL 9 Rittenhouse Platform 1. Decide first what is good for Coral Gables. 2. Fight encroachments by county and federal Governments. if. 4. Fight taxing at all levels of government. ureau to View New Program Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky (left), internationally-known Bible i holar, who discussed the new translation of the Bible before Hebrew teachers seminar sponsored by the Bureau of JewBQ Education at Temple Beth Am, is shown with Louis hwartzman, executive director of the Bureau. Third Seder At Miami T The annual Third Seder sponsored by the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMIIA "ill be held on Saturday. Apr. 13, 7 p.m., ;it the "Y" auditorium. 450 SW lGili Ave. The Seder will be conducted by Samuel Sherman, assisted by the itional committees of all lined, effective for two years, with cl, '"' ;i1 Sfoup of the Golden Age ish schools will be called to; special certificate of accreditaFriendship club, and is open to er by the Bureau of Jewish tion to be issued to qualified]" 8 1 men antl uoiru n M years and ucation to discuss a new proschools. older. am of accreditation of Jewish Reservations may be made at hools, according to an announceStandards set up deal with ad lhc Miami -y." nt hv losenh Cohen I'.m-c .! %  ministration, curriculum, school „ ... ... in oy juMpn iuiK.ii, Bureau • Members ot the committee are J 3. Return to rigid zoning. 5. Insist on rigid economy in government. PULL LEVER 9-A I'll Pol. Adv. i ***-*****-** %  ***&f <-*-*-*-* *+*++++ %  *++++++++++* sident. %  At the meeting, slated for ThursStandards, teachers, supervision | and physical facilities. Mrs. Jacob Goodfriend, chairman, Mrs. Sarah Jiarrisburg, Mrs. Etta v Sr 18 8 15 om at Beth Accred / la,io %  %  extended 0 xman, Mrs' Ida Dee. Mrs. Mmmrironifwai on P fe SW W P"^y and ind.v.dually to Hen ie Rubc n S tein. Mrs. Helen WeiniMd Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd, brew departments and Sunday erntf Mrs c arsh Rraiin Mrs Fm e., a draft of accreditation stan*orf rianartmrtita nf all nualifv V0B, Jr a l?"2r !" I rds will be submitted for ex-1 £ %%£ schools I S" "Tw' R,£f W5 uig jtwisn scnoois. i Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berrin, Mr. and The program is expected to go: Mrs. Alexander Yasen, and Jacob iiito effect in September, 1964. I Goodfriend. Million, interpretation and disision. \ sixth draft of these standards been completed after a year!********^ +++++++ **** *.**** ************ 'study by educational directors, r ard of license, and board of dijctors of the Bureau. The plan for formal accreditation of! |hools meeting the standards outlodel Sedorim .t Emanu-EI ,'arious departments of Temple jnanu-El Religious School will jepare for the Passover holidays; lth a series of model Sedorim. f'cirfirmation Department was first to perform the Seder cere-1 |>ny, staging the event last Tues[ morning. Foundation School was to hold; Seder on Thursday. Nursery I Kindergarten School will perrm the Seder ceremony Friday; prning, io a.m., in the North Inch Building, 77th St. and DickWe. The Sunday and Daily Religious hools' model Seder will be held Sunday morning, starting at 10 j I"-, on the patio of the Temple. I MAINTAIN MATURE AND SOUND GOVERNMENT ELECT Jerry DRESSEL, Jr. MAYOR OF CORAL GABLES TUESDAY, APRIL 9 PULL LEVER 12-A I'd. Pol. Adv. 4^**********-********************** Pd. Pol. Adv. J %  + f %  • EXPERIENCE MAKES the DIFFERENCE RE-ELECT DR. F. J. EVANS PHYSICIAN ATTORNEY PUBLIC OFFICIAL RE-ELECT DR. F. J. EVANS n % %  %  <>A YOUR EXPERIENCED D ., %  w __ A Pull Lever 3A CORAL GABLES CITY COMMISSIONER PU Lever 3A • • I • • J i • f • • City Commissioner for past two years. Also served as Vice Mayor. • Director. Dade County League of Municipalities. • Director. Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. • Honorary President. Coral Gablei Jayc.es •Clinical Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine, University of Miami School of Medicine. • Special Assistant State Attorney. • Medico-Legal Advisor to the State Attorney's Office" President Florida Academy of Gen-ril Practice. • Vice-president, American Board of Legal Medicine. • Vice-Speaker. House of Delegates Florida Medical Association. .Vice "resTdent and Trustee Daoe County Medical Association. • Former Instructor of Law. University of Miami School of Law. .Director. Dade County Chronic Illness ProJ*. Fellow. Amerujari Academy of ForensE Sciences. • Chairman, Interprofessional Relationships Committee. Dade County Bar Association. • Former Vice-president Dade County Health rii ..-.•_""" !r L c f. r M ca ?" my .?' !".-"? %  .. ,. ..--,:"... /-,„. T !" „.,,• a^Mui H„tw %  battle stars. • Physician and Attorney. Medical practice in Coral Gables Lecturer and Guest Speaker before Civic and Professional Groups. M PoL A.iv. •ouncil. • Veteran of World War II, served as Captain in U.S. Army Medical Corps. Two years overseas duty, 3 I *mce ia48. Autnor of many professional articles on legal Medicine appearing in National Journals. • Frequent



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friday. April 5. 1963 vJewislifhrXtian Page 5-D A Select Book List of Passover Reading By HAROLD U. RIBALOW A S we approach Passover and look back upon Jewish Uteri ry activity since Rosh Has!iona, we cannot help being impressed by the wide variety of ^nth-quality books of Jewish inires! that have been published in :hi-i period. Apparently, books by and about k vs are finding an evcr-widenmarket and publishers are eager to climb aboard the popilar bandwagon. h' 1 fiction published in this period of time is qualitatively %  ii^h. even though there have not ,. n many titles. The "big" el of the year (which I dialed in an earlier feature ar f written just prior to Rosh lashona) was Phil Roth's "Letin^ Go," although as time passes imore and more apparent •hat this novel, while it attractmuch critical notice, was tcr-rated and its dilfuscness ind vulgarity have persuaded n. ny rea ers that it did not live ip to Hnth's potential as a trea;i\ • writer. 'he fiction published since :hal time, if less ambitious, is il least sharper, more acute and m re memorable. A new young ATiter, Bruce Jay Friedman, ofus his first novel. "Stern." It is a humorous and sharply conceived book about anti-Semitism and the effect of Jew-baitinc on a neurotic Jew who has J nervous collapse when he i: lizes he and his family are .iot welcome in their suburban -i -ihborhood. The subject is seiious; the treatment impressi stic and the effect vivid. s ern" marks the debut of a taltntcd arrival on the American lewish literary scene. Fiction* lized Truth Another young man who al<. civ has produced a substantial body of work is James Yaffe. :li; latest fiction is "Mister MarBolies," a ^hrewd. semiserious, 'ettii-humoious narrative about a I le-aged Jewish bachelor who Aorks for his brother-in-law and • really not very pro

Fnday. April 5, 1963
vJewisb fhridian
Page 11-E
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver Today
Continued from Page 5-E
merit, redemption, or salvation.
The sorrows and despair of the
worid are not dwelt on, and no
way of escape is offered from
the 'j-ammcls of existence. There
are no magical formulae here
by means of which to constrain
the deity, nor any technique of
divination by which t<> ascertain
hit "-ill. Nothing is said about
pmaistence, reincarnation,
transmigration, a judgment day,
resurrection, or immortality.
"No messiah is promised, no
worid renewal, no future age,
and no kingdom not of this world.
Here are clearly indicated ethi-
cal guideposts pointing the way
toward a sound and orderly way
of life for the individual and so-
ciety. Here are standards of be-
^hav.or which do not transcend
the limits of man's powers .
This is the original Torah which
Moses set before the children of
Israel according to the com-
maud of Y H V H a Torah of
monumental simplicity, of lucid
irity, of great depths, but of
no mysteries."
Paganism Routed
01 Silver attributes these
to Moses, an original gen-
iui :ar in advance spiritually
hi those who followed him chron-
ally. It was the latter, he
claims, who put the emphasis on
ril___ on legalistic observances,
interested Moses very lit-
tle The greatest of the proph-
reached the return t| the
,il Mosaic emphasis. Hosea
in the name of the Al-
>. For I desire mercy,
nol sacrifice, and the knowledge
in I rather than burnt offer-
in. Micah reminded the
pi of the requirement of the
orif ill Torah: "It hath been
told mee. O man. what is good.
Anii what the Lord doth require
of thee; Only to do justly, and
to love mercy, and to walk hum-
bly with God."
The concluding chapter of the
book deals with the question,
"How Did the Original Torah
Fare?" The answer is that it
had a tortuous, a zigzag fate, but
it endured. It was often flouted
and ignored. Its high ethical
commands and austere national
worship imposed demands which
ordinary men found very diffi-
cult if not impossible to meet.
Prc-Exilic biblical history can be
seen as one continuing struggle
between the pristine Torah of
Moses and the indigenous pagan-
ism of the environments and
weakness of man.
Only in the Exile were pagan-
ism and idolatry finally put to
rout. But as Rabbi Silver con-
eludes, "The Pure faith of Moses
was by no means fully trium-
phant even now. It never had
been in any generation in the
past. A major spiritual battle
had indeed been won, but by no
means the final victory. In all
the succeeding centuries, an,1
under many skies, the ancient
struggle for the true faith was
to go on, under new forms to be
sure, but unmistakably. The
original Torah would never lose
its magnetic appeal and its etern-
al challenge."
There will be differences oi
opinion among scholars about
some of Rabbi Silver's conclus-,
ions. This is inevitable for the
materials are fragmentary, the
evidence is incomplete, and ac-;
cording to the author. Moses i
himself did not put his codes
into writing (a conclusion with
which the Orthodox must dis-1
agree). But there can be no dif-;
ference about the greatness of
Moses who turned religion in the
direction of morality.
There can be no difference
about the role which the Torah
imposed upon the Jewish people
making it a Kingdom of Priests
and a Holy Nation with all the
accompanying burdens and suf-
fering; "You alone have I chos-
en; therefore do I impose this
yoke upon you." There is no
question that the Torah was the
chief instrument of Jewish sur-
vival, and alone gave meaning
to that survival. There is no
question but that the State of
Israel has a special quality dc
rived from the Torah which all
of its citizens, in their several
ways, acknowledge.
Interesting Light
Rabbi Silver briefly discusses
the question that has always in-
trigued me: What happened to
the original tablets of the law
on which it was believed the j
original Torah was inscribed?
According to biblical accounts,
they were kept in the Ark and
carried through the winderness
and finally deposited in the
Temple in Jerusalem. But they
were not in the second Temple.
What happene.l to them? As
Rabbi Silver writes, "They had
disappeared and they were no
longer needed or missed."
This throws an interesting
light on the religious outlook of
Jews who have never even car-
ed where Moses was buried, as
contrasted with Christendom's
veneration of sacred relics and
Holy Places. The primary con-
cern of the Jews has always
been with performing the mitz-
vot, fulfilling the ethical com-
mands of their religion. This
emphasis, as Rabbi Silver con-
vincingly demonstrates, was giv-
en its impetus and direction by
Moses in the original Torah.
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Page 10-E kmi*i>fkrkMan Friday. April 5. 1983 INFAMOUS MENGELE AID Former Nazi Prisoners Ask Ghana to Deal With MD E:a'r.:een-veci-oid Cubcn exile Fortune Hntx accepts charter ire— Georqe Masien crescent cf the Uruted Svnaqoaue oi America, at its 15th bieniiiai convention at United Svnacoque s Metropolitan Reaion. Fortuna and 54 other Jewish Curcr.s between IS and 24 now livinq in Brooklyn. N.Y.. icrrr.ed the chapter within the home work c: MA United Svr.asoque s coueqe-aae oraanixaoon. SHOPPING AROUND WITH [2ax^\j£e4$ Mother s Food Product* Kkc all of ih* comwith none of the vrork. hr. you serve pea* PaaeeeaT Mather's Food Proare for >ou %  u dl star, the Seder -ea! c :.-" Mas. -_ -.: '-. ::s.-. .^ed :o be quite i ch.-re. but smart koasenukcr> save learned that Mothers All Wfcitefisa Gefifea Fish has :T.*I Tii. ~hoiesone. homemade flavor thai flsalr lanubes hare always I The r.ext course has :o be soup. eans matzo ball soap, and Mocker's has a new product for the ereasam It's Mother's Macro Balls. Msshm, M mauo -ade from i balanced battex c: *he io sn e esj(S, and the finest matzo meai sparked with i~e spaces test tioat some ach towl of soup you "d your family and friends %  • Try these and other wonderful Mothers Food Products, aa4 real enjoy the Paseaver holidays thpa rear before. Vrta Herri** Jewuk housewives *arttheir Paasevet Meal to be delicious from %  he first course ka ::* last and \ .:a Creamed Herring Fillets can re the ...-^f the MM Vita Food Products, the world'* .:st importer, packer and dis-ributor of herring, smoked and related :d de has some recipes that are perfect I -art any meal. Stuffed Ef9s With Vrta Herring $ hard-cooked eggs 14 ot. jar Vita Creamed Herring Fillets Remove and mash yolks of six hard-cooked eggs. Mix with one 9 ot jar ::' I :a Ckaaaaai Hermg \ JTA — The I r Nazi Pi .to the Govopen proDr Horsl Schurtaef v.-. phj sician I*I Dr. • •i the Auschwitz revealed here having aided Dr %  have been cut in ; %  Pile into whites Herrir.j Tom at c Treat C-t th • :ces of tomato: sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place slices on a fresh crispy lettuce leaf. Top with Vita Creamed herring Fillets, and serve Herring Stuffed Celery Fill ensp celery stalks with Vita %  seed Herr.r.* Fillets Tettey Tta With the approach of Passover. you can count on an increase in imoom of entertaining you'll b* doing over the next several weeks When friends and family stop • -pend a few pleasant hours ith rea, ce -ure to receive them w:th a fresh brewed cup of hearty Tetiey Tea. Tettey Tea. which has been a favorite in Jewish homes for many years. :s packed under skill RabMmcal supervision and certified set fat Passover Tetiey Tea s evatlaaai m bulk ot tea bags so > either ..ay and get the sa: ror. When you have fuushea the big I after the Seder, and you ask pear guests what k e v erag all be surprised at how eaaaj requests you will get for tea. Your roests will be pleasartly supnsed when they see that the tea you serve u Tetiey •.. gele in lion expi ts on Jewish women prisoners at Auschwitz. Dr Schumann fled from Germany after World War II. was t;aced to Sudan, and recently *ho\\ed up in Acra. capital of Ghana, where he is now reportedly a >enior medical officer in ina's National Health Service. A reply trom the Ghanaian Govment has indicated that the Acra authorities are considering the petition. Passover Gretings to flJJ Adelman Pipe A Steel Co. and Nathan AdelmaCharles AdelmaHy Coverman AND FAMILIES va. The Holsum Bakers Salutes KING MATZOH // And Extends Best Wishes to the Jewish Community for a Happy Passover Holida. -.. C-^=E" '.C-5 35EET SC-S CHEER S TOM'S MASSAGE STUDIO SKRVICK STATION Real ^ SI Pu-e Oil Oualrry Products -..; Se1456 Washirgton Ave. Miami Beach 8200 SW 8th STREET Ph. 532-3763 Ph. 221-9794 3 R E E T l N CI VERNON D.BONO VENETIAN NURSING I Bond CONVALESCENT HOME M>*> au rrrt CAas Transfer Co., Inc. 1330 NC aVsyasiofa Dr. Miaeai Ft 4-7649 True-king sa.iaj 2160 NW 8eh AVENUE "* ta J?*fj| l li >4X PMBSlrw 44144 FYKE BROS. AB*OTT E1ECTWC, Inc. A SOX •aUCMMTtAI. Motor Twao-Ue> mousmiAi. Wrodior Service C——CMsV Ucc-s*eTO Parr* Work Fraoao Work Wtrzat — Iteoeura Srj* ?-a Aiteraaocs cf A3 tlicao 35 NE 29* STtOT •4M Worta saaoan Am* f*h. n a-i63 MMkrfsl34M4 nV -1*"^^ Vi'.^i" 'One cf the Notion's O'desf ond Lorgest' Dade Federal ISAVINGS od IOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI MIAMI, FIOIIOA .mtPH M UPTW F-esiden 4*rvvtinqs to the .11 WISH t O.MMI X1TY of South Florida •m the PASSOVKR HOUDAYS -wi son TM am cavm m rower lt Our Pieaauae to do ButiraMs with Yoo Happy Holidays FALCO PRINTING, Inc. H. B. FAUCETTE. S. HENRY B. FAUCETTE. JR. FROM BUSINESS CARDS TO CATALOGUES OFFSET and LETTERPRESS 6045 N€ 2nd AVENUE PI 8-3751 -.



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Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WMLY roluire 36 — Number 14 Miami, Florida, Friday. April 5, 1963 Five Sections — Price S1.00 t • • MI' Passover Edition • • • Engineer Tells Of UAR Atom Developments brail saw the Great Hand which the Lord laid upon the Egyptians, and the people reel the) Lord, and believed in the Lord and in Moses His servant.—From the Haggadah. 'tate Department Favors Continued S. Foreign Assistance to Nasser Opens iw Branch Jerusalem WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The Department of Slate made known this week that it favors continued American assistance to Egypt delate that country"* increased expenditures for arms. .lames P. Grant. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, said 'The Department of States does not believe 1 nited States aid contributes significantly to the United Arab Republic's capacity to acquire armaments nor would Withholding asown assets for German rocket scientists and Soviet jet bomb•rs. Mr. Grant said the bulk of American aid was in the form of surplus foodstuffs and the balance comprised of 'development loans MUNICH — (JTA) Large, groups of German scientists and engineers are working on non-conventional armament programs in Egypt, thereby "violating Germany's basic law" -which forbids j postwar Germany to undertake any actions "designed to disturb the peace or the full coexistence of nations or to prepare war of aggression," a noted British journ-' alist.'Sefton Delmer. reported here, I'ftcr a lengthy interview with a I German engineer who has just re-' signed from the Egyptian projects. The projects employ "leading Nazis who are helping Gamal Abdel Nasser with a plan to liquidate the survivors of Hitler's terror and the State they built in Palestire." Mr. Delmer stated. The British correspondent, who had acted in the same capacity 30 years ago when he fol1 lowed Hitler's career intimately. had just interviewed an engineer who had insisted on anonymity. The engineer was, until two months ago, a member of a team of 300 German aircraft technicians working in Egypt under Hitler's ace aircraft designer. Prof. Willy Messerschmitt. Jet fighters which the Germans are building for Nasser, according to this information, are being constructed at two vast factory com plexes at Helouan. on the Nile. The planes are designed as now erful weapons of attack, with a Maeh-2 speed capability, the informant told Mi Delmer. Mr. Delmer revealed that the Messerschmitt works in this country, which are producing essential parts for the American F-104. multi-purpose fighter bombers under a NATO contract, have also been Continued on Page 8 A Bistance detract appreciably from fop speejtjc development projects tl:<-.LEM —(JTA 1 — Despite it. of President lzhak Ben tt< nd. Prime Minister Dav:;ion participated in a revocation here this week tin Hebrew Union College End Archeological School. titatioo of its kind in Is• Reform auspices. Mr. • refusal and that of the : Religious Affairs, Dr. VY&rhaftig, were announced I t\_'.g that he was not ex n. :hc view of the Isreal H


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ram -*%  Page 10-E l*i*l fhridian Friday. April 5, 1963 mum Mtinoiu MO Former Nazi Prisoners Ask Ghana to Deal With MD Eiqhteen-yeor-old Cuban exile Fortune Fintz accepts charter from Georqe Maislen. president of the United Synaqoque of America, at its 15th biennial convention of United i>vnaqoque's Metropolitan Reqion. Fortune and 34 other Jewish Cubans between 18 and 24 now livinq in Brooklyn. N.Y.. formed the chapter within the framework of Atid, United Synaqoque's colleqe-aqe orqanization. SHOPPING AROUND WITH (2dA>&t*fo Mother's Food Products If you would like all of the compliments, with none of the work, when you serve your Passover Seder meal. Mother's Food Products are for you. Chances are you will start the Seder meal with gefilte fish. Making gefilte fish used to be quite a chore, but smart homemakers have learned that Mother's All Whitefish Gefilte Fish has that real wholesome, homemade flavor that their families have always loved. 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