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(Jewish Floriidian Volume 37 Number 13 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida. Friday. March 27, 1964 Five Sections — Price SI. .d ...Passover Edition... Reds Tell Jews Shun Matzo rom uverseas AAT!TUDE SEEN WORSENING PAGE ) %  £ LONDON(JTA) Local author!lies throughout the Soviet Union have ordered .lews to refuse to accept parcels containing matzoh vein by relatives abroad, it became known here trom reports received from !h<' USSR. These steps are being taken in spite oi the fact that an announcement by ;i Soviet official in the Washington Embassy stated a month ago that matzoh shipments addressed to individual recipients in the USSR would be permitted, The Soviet official went so far as to list live linns in the Unite I States specifically licensed by the I Soviet authorities to accept such shipments. An article in an issue of Pravda \ ostoka, ol Tashkent, t zbekisi %  received here confirms the I that pressures are being app against local .lewin regard I matzoh acceptance. 'I inarticli the issue of Mar. 17. stated ceipt ot parcels ol mat/.oh coi %  ••lutes ideological sabotage aga -•. the Uu-sian people Pravda Vostoka, which is I te organ ol the local Communist Partj m Uzbekistan, reports tint "protest meetings*' against the import ot matzoh were being organized all over the country." It .'as emphasized lure that no "protest meetings" can be held where in the Soviet Union without official Government permission perhaps encouragement AMENDMENTS KICKED IT OF F South Africa Parliament Hears Attacks Against Jewish Members 'THEN CAME THE MOST HOLY, BLESSED BE HE Chad Gadya Nazis Fcrced Jews to Sing as They Went To Their Sure Death in the Gas Chambers FBANKFURT(JTAi A description of how Jewish victims at Mischuitz were torceel by an SS i nicer called "a killer" to sing '"ii-s while on their way to the pas chambers was Riven to the court here this week as the trial it 22 former Auschwitz Birkenau (Inunistratois and medical corpsmen continued. Hermann II. Biermanski. who 'pent five years at Auschwitz, anted Wilhelm Boger, one of the defendants, as the man who made the Jew s sin>_• on their way to their death. Boger, according to Bier. had "a reputation as a killer" even before he had been %  signed to Auschwitz. While the mass trial of the 22 continued. Dr. Joachim Greiff, =r?sic"ent of the Frankfort Provincial Court, announced that a series of other major war crimes trials has been scheduled to open soon. On Apr. 27 he said, Hermann Krumey and Otto Hunsche, both aides to the late Adolph Eichmann, will go on trial here. The indictment against Kruniey alleges he was responsible for the death ol" 437.102 Hungarian Jews. Hunsche is accused of having been Krumey "s asiistant. Hunsche is al-l ready serving a five-year prison %  Continued on Page II-A LONDON — (JTA 1 — Anti-Semitic attacks by members of the South African Nationalist Party in the House of Representatives of South Africa's Assembly reached a peak this week, forcing a Jewish member of Parliament, former Johannesburg Mayor Alec Oorshcl. to shout "uo to Hell" at the Nation alists. the Guardian oi Manchester n ported this week from Capetown. South Africa's House was debating amendments to the Bantu Laws, a move aimed to strengthen the Government's apartheid policy, when Nationalists started jeering at Mr. Gorsbel's opposition to that measure. The Nationalists referred to Mr. Gorshel's "race," dragged Israel into the discussion, and otherwise baited the Jewish members of Parliament, according to the Guardian report. When two other Jewish members, Hymie Miller, of the United Party, and Mrs. Helen Suiman, of the Progressive Party, rose to try to get the floor. Nationalists shouted "Look how the Jews are getting up." Douglas Mitchell, leader for the Continued on Page 13-A HUSSEIN TO FOLLOW Eshkcl Will See Jchnson Start of June WASHINGTON i.ITA) — The White House announced olficially this week that Prime Minister Lev! Eshkol will visit President Johnson on June 1 and 2 This will be the first time the two statesmen meet. It was also announced otti cially that King Hussein, of Jordan, will meet with President Johnson in Washington on Apr u. The White House also announced that Deputy Special Assistant to the President, Myer Feldman, will depart on Apr. I for a week's stay in Israel. It is understood that Mr. Feldman Continued on Page 10-A Rockwell Speech Creates Strong Campus Dissent MINNEAPOLIS — (JTA) — "A backwash of hatred and dissension" continued to swirl among nonJews and Jews alike in the Twin Cities oi St Paul and .Minneapolis as a result of an address delivered at the University of Minnesota by Georee Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, the Amen can Jewish World, local weekly | newspaper, reported. Rockwell spoke on the University of Minnesota Campus when 1.3(H) students and guests, many of them defiantly wearing the Star ol David, crowded a campus auditor iuin. while about 2,500 others listened to his anti-Semitic diatribes over loud speakers. The Star of David, made available by the Student Zionist Organization, was worn by non-Jews as well as by Jews They jeered and booed the Nazi. Rockwell received wide press, radio and television coverage during his visit here. Jewish leaders, including Rabbi Louis Milgrom, director of the B'nai B'rith M i t lei Foundation, had urged university officials to ban Rockwell. Some Jewish students, however, according to the AmerContinued on Page 12-A



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Page 2-A Jewl$i> HtridHar Friday. March 27, 19,64* ^5cder to JL^aunch Jr< assover j~ria& { Greater Miami Jewry will launch the Passover observance with services Friday evening, Mar. 27. to be followed by the Hrsl Seder. (For complete details on the preparation of the home for Passover, Bee 1*?. 1-C, The Jewish Floridian. edition Oi Mar. 20.) These include: • Siyum Ha'Bchor (Redemption of the First-born 1 on Friday. Mar. 27. at earl> morning services. • Last time for eating of Chametz, on Friday. Mar. 27. at 9:30 ;. m. • La>t time for burning and selling of Chometz, on Friday, Mar. 27, at 10 a.m. This ceremony is known as "Kol Chamira," which includes renunciation of ownership of any undiscovered Chametz in the home. • Bedikat Chametz. the traditional search for Chametz. should be completed the evening before. on Thursday. Mar. 26. at nightfall. Members of Reform and Liberal congregations generally observe only one day of Passover and hold only one Seder. Other n-ise. Sedarim will be held both Friday and Saturda) evenings, Mar 27 and 28. CANDLELIGHTING TIM 14 Nisan — 6:16 p.m. liimanlty ,;.S" ; %  in AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION. "85 SW 67'h Ave. Orthodox. Cantor trael Kershner. ;• ,; i| in IV111 .1 Uh, I ,-,l in. .n M.I Sumlio %  .i inAGUDATH ISRAEL. 7R0' C."'vle ve. Orthodox. Rabbi laar Ever : i', n. > v ,:ni Ha'lifhr i '.i —\. %  i HI i : S.mi :3il .1 '" I n -' ''< "'' r. Si i ">• 'i %  "Tl i Spli ', | :| .. Sunday n n n T' I-'. I.-I l.f K • • • I%  1 = 1 f">r ANSHE EMES. 2R33 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abiaham Schwartz. —• 3ETH DAViO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con. servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor Willinm W Lipson. p m. I'awivei HI *' %  <•" Snturiliiv 9 a.m Bar Mltxvah: Jef., i,| M,-. ii.l Mn. I.. %  •I'.i"I Wolf: Jrfftvy, %  • %  n of Mr. and Mm. Miirras Ruelner. Rvenlna wrvlre 6 ii.in. Sunday I' a.m. Bar \llt> i' %  :; • -,,n ol Mr. and MrIt • nui d Mala nil. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rahbi Solomon Schitf. 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Friday, March 27, 1964 -Jmlsti Moric/inn Top Dignitaries Expected to Attend Jewish National Fund Memorial Concert Page 3-A Official of the state ol Florida, Dadc C v.. and its cities, including representatives from various federal departments, are expected to attend the John K. Kennedy Memorial .oncert which will be held Tut 'ay evening. Mar. 31. at the Mian Beach Auditorium at 8 p.m. Admisaii n to the concert will be by dotation only. There will be no solicitation ot funds at the affair. Purchasers will be seated at the concert free of charge. Spurns, by lst week's publication iMrs. Kennedy's letter to Zatman Shaiar, President of Israel, ,r which she thanked Israel for .ttting up a forest in memory of the late President, many of the area's most promiHADASSAH BOIDACH Gerstein Will Speak at Or Olom Breakfast Sunday Richard E. Gcr.-tein. Dadc Counts Stan Attorney, will he guest speaker at the Temple Or Olom Brotherhood breakfast meeting on Sunday Apr. 5. at 10:45 a.m. Berine Shenkman, chairman of the Nominatini; Committee, will present 'he following slate of offor election President, Jack Lubin; vice president, Dr. Gerald WernKk; treasurei Marvin /ah-; secretaries, M IKatun. Paul Ginsburg. Beard oi Directors are Marvin Solomen, j lies Pincus, Or. [rwin Potash. A in in St ineider, .\i irton Weinbei Leo Li fkow it/. Al So ii Membi • of the Nominating CommiM serving with Shenkman a. laded Dave Weinstein, Sam Ki i Man i Solcmen and Sand\ A WORLD TOUR FOR $23.95? ? SOUNDS ,'MPOSSIBlf, BUT YES, YOJ CAN SEE THE WORLD FOR AS LITTLE AS $23.95 by visiting the New York World's Fair-3 days, 2 nights including sightseeing, meals, and entrance rickets to the fair. Tesfe the superb foreign dishes, sample famous foreian wines, have a half. on rou RESERVATIONS TODAY, MNT DftAY. CALL: 887-8176 r Global Travel Agency, Inc. 4551 N.W. 36th Street MIAMI SPRINGS, FLA. ;-vyt2B> "cits ^Mintr sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 JOHN f. KtUUtOt ncnt citizens are purchasing seats for the concert sponsored by the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, according to Leon J. El., president. Max Bressler, national president of the Jewish National Fund ol America, is now in Jerusalem, conferring with governmenl and Jewish National Fund leaders, concerning the establishment of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest there. During Ins visit, Bressler %  •ill make arrangements for the planting of the forest, and the eon 1.1ruction oi a permanent memorial t>> the martyred President. i ha Fores) .\ ill rise on the hills outside of Jerusalem. The tribute wiil consist ol -evcial million trees encircling an impressive memorial e ifice, Hanked by 50 columns, rep' resenting the 50 -t a tcs of the Union. F.ll this week asked local Jewish i leaders to step up further sales to. the concert, 'because there are' still some tickets available." Heading the list is Tova Porat, an Israeli singer of international fame. Others are Amiram Rigai, distinguished pianist direct from Carnegie Hall; Ephraim Biram, a world-renowned baritone; Eliahu Gamliel. flutist; Marcia Gamliel, percussion artist; and Hadassah Boldach, doing a series of interpretive dances. Visitors from other parts ol the country were urged Wednesday to attend the concert Ell said that "this is an opportunity to attend a concert replete with Israeli's top artists," Temple lion Dance Temple Zion Sisterhood presents a spring dance at the Temple on Saturday evening. Apr i. at 8:30 p.m. Gary Beck and his combo will entertain. In charge of information air Mrs. .lack Pales and Mrs. Ted Reiner r 'Co?nplele Insurance Sen ice...' UK It W It II SEGAL FRanklin 9-6441 DAYTIME-Hlghland 4-0228 EVENINGS LIFE • HOSPITALIZATION DISABILITY INCOME • FIRE HOMEOWNERS • MARINE BONDS • GROUP • AUTO THEFT • LIABILITY COMPENSATION MONTHLY PREMIUM BUDGET AVAILABLE FOR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO., BRANCH OFFICE AGENCY IVSIIIAXIJ AGENCY J 707 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING • MIAMI 32, FLORIDA Of course it's a little too late for an improvement loan if you've waited this long. However, if your home is in need of repairs, alterations, modernization or an addition we can help you. We can also help you with low cost first mortgage home financing to buy, sell, build or refinance. You'll like our low interest rates and closing costs. Why wait? Visit one of our six convenient offices. Our home loan specialists will be happy to discuss home financing with you. O Convenient Offices Serve Dade County Main office: 101 East Flagler St. ^fi^ Allapattah Branch: 1400 N.W. 36th St. North Miami Branch: 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. ** \ Tamiami Branch: 1901 S.W. 8th St. Kendall Branch: U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St. Edison Center Branch: 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 200 MILLION DOLLARS J



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?:ge 4-A vjewist fhridiar Friday. March 27. 1964 ~e-s Ass v The Jewi*h Plot Iclian tlo. noi i %  %  • %  %  %  ith ,.l ii,,. in. i. I Ilai advertised In It" o'luninn Ruby —Tragedy By MAX LERNER i SUCSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..„-. One Year S5.00 Three Years $1200 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 13 Friday. March 27. 1964 14 Nisan 5724 Passover Seizes Man's Imagination Passover seizes the imagina: .i as few other religious noliys can. Passover tells the t'ary of man's release from bond: : e. Passover symbolizes his unte.enting aspiration to be free. In this sense, Passover never ,-es its youthful intent; neithei it truly hallowed as a festival : Jewish religious affairs long .e pas'. Passover is the concretization : -.umanity's continuing ambition I: be the ultimate arbiter of his ) best interests. When the six-hundred thou,d Israelites left Egypt under v r mighty outstretched arm ot their God and behind the lead6. ?hip of Moses, they enacted one :: :hr greatest events in the saga :: urcompromising liberty. The symbols of Passover are %  :re numerous and complex than ::. any other Jewish holiday: the "charoseth," suggesting the clay with which the Jewish c.rrves worked on the grea' pyramids of Egypt; v.e "marror," recalling the bitterness of their .:.; the "zroah." acting as a literal represenoi, of God's strength and devotion to the :: jse of freedom. One can go on and on; the wine, the matre.-., the "karpas," among others. It is these that place Passover within the ;.oad panorama of our ancient religious past. r_t the overwhelming purpose of the holiday : res far beyond them and makes of Passever what we suggested it is at the outset: : continuing celebration of man's determination that, apart form his relationship to God, he was created to be his own master. hW A Significant Address Dr. Nahum Goldmann's address before s Zionist Actions Commit'ee in Jerusalem last *" rek is a significant one for several reasons. To begin with, Dr. Goldmann suggested I the Zionist movement in the United States it lose its "inferiority complex" if i' is to off the ground. And getting off the ground .; what Zionism needs here if it is to survive : oil. But this. Dr. Goldmann linked with anether proposition: that disintegration of the Jews as a people is a steadily rising danger leday. It is Zionism, he declared, that can t'.engthen the bond among individual Jews .. .ng in the diaspora. In Dr. Goldmann's view, Zionism has the edge on almost any other movemnt in this :ard; for it is Zionist-.-, that maintains the l .imate link between Jews living inside and outside of Israel. These are not new concepts, but they are r E vertheless important ones; and while it ould be like beating a dead horse to repeat the ills of contemporary Zionism in the United Sates, the fact remains that the ills exist. Happily, the implications of Dr. Goldmann's address before the Committee went zeyond this. It also subtly placed a burden .: responsibility on Israelis, themselves, who have too often tended to display the unfortu:.te capacity to regard Jews abroad as "stepz. others." It is for Israelis, also, he declared, to remold both their opinion and their view; it is ::: them to realize that Jews outside of Israel :. e just as significant to the ultimate reality :: the concept of a "Jewish people." What Dr. Goldmann implied for Zionists a goal on our side o: the ocean is that they c: n shed their "inferiority complex" by beginning immediately to work toward those leguirements needed to strengthen Jews as a totality here. This is the more immediate and indeed emergent necessity. Once achieved, the Israeli lack should tend to take care of itself. Intermarriage on Rise Speaking of survival, one major area of challenge to the disintegration of the American Jewish community is intermarriage. In recognition of this sociological trend, the Synagogue Council of America has called for a national conference of religious leaders in the principal branches of Judaism on means of combatting its obviously deleterious impact Perhaps President Shazar of Israel understands the challenge as Dr. Goldmann put it at the Zionist Actions Committee meeting. For it was at the Presidents urgent reguest that the conference was called. As a matter of fact, Mr. Shazar has promised to send a special emissary to attend sessions of the conference. There is little guestion that our burgeoning suburban socie'y encourages a renewed kind of identification with religion but it is the sort of identification based on social compulsion rather than ideological conviction. Hence, the trend toward intermarriage seems to rise coincidentally with the individual Jew's discovery of the increasing fredom he enjoys as compared with the restraits placed upon his parents and grandparents in earlier, more circumscribed generations and, indeed, in othei worlds. Somehow, the freedom openly to act as a Jew has in too many cases been interpreted as a fetching Invitation to reject Judaism end even to intermarry. is What Jack Ruby needed in his trial was not a Melvin Belli. ; matter how dynamic lie is, but a dead man called Clarence Darrow Belli did a good and faithful job according to his lights and within the name ol his personality But this is a tlambouyant fellow who tried to put a whole city on trial, and then asked twelve men at'.. women from that city to acquit his client. A Darrow type of lawyer would have spoken simply, asking to understanding and compassion for .lack Ruby, asking the jury to pu themselves in his place, reconstructing the nightmare sequence CM events that led to his smoldering rage against Oswald and the pulling of the trigger The jury did not turn to Ruby the face of understanding but the deadpan face of indifference, if not of outright hostility. What tne jury oitered Ruby was not compassion but a stony hardness ol heart—under the guise of the rule of law. • • • To speak of the tragedy of the Ruby case may be to give him tun much stature Perhaps :t is better to speak of the pathos ot r Ruby seems a pathetic fellow, a feeling rather than a thinking per MIII. who killed a man under the stress of a wave of emotion tl he shared with the nation and the world Where others were i io contain anil control the emotion, lie was not Granted that killed in a vigilantist spirit .mil broke the lau. Hut he deserved better—any man would deserve better—than the kind ot judge I had. the kind ol courtroom, the kino ot TV shenanigans that tin the trial into a TV Big Tout spectacle, the kind ot jurj he had. The defense talked too big from the start, promised too ma, that it found it could not deliver later Main were under the m pression il was one) th.it Belli had the testimony on Ruby's "p>> cho motor epilepsy" all wrapped up and un er lock and key, impvc nable to attack It seemed to be a three-layer dotense-in dc;*ri clinical psychologist who had given Ruby a battery of diagm tests, a psychiatrist who testified that his was the sort ot sick w that blacked out in rage, an expert on encephelograms who c. show the jury the tracings ol Ruby's brain with the spikiDgs bursts that showed organic brain damage, There was even talk that Bel would stage a psychological test right there in the courtroom As it turnd out the experts tor the defense were all but ma i ed by experts for the prosecution, the jury was bewildered or DOT d several ol the women jurors are even rumored to have dozed during the technical testimony, and the whole process of presenting expertby both sides (an ••adversary' progress that should have been oui dated long ago I left the expert evidence pretty well canceled out. An insanity plea is good it you can nail it down, or il the jury is inclined toward leniency from the start and you want to give it> members a chance to save face for acquittal. It won't do if the jur> and court are hostile. The failure to put Ruby on the stand, lor t. he would not measure up to the insanity plea, may have been what clinched the case against him • • • Belli has made a good deal of the charge that the jury and th city ot Dallas were anti Semitic Answering DA Henry Wade's pn>; trial suggestion that the defense should have asked tor leniencv Belt retorted: "They wanted Ruby to grovel, to sav I'm a Jew and you'n the master race and I'm so sorry." I don't doubt that Dallas has its share ol anti-Semitism, but 1 question whether that was a cei tnil tact in the jury\ death verdict. There were witnesses who quo) ed Ruby as saying after the shooting, "i wanted to show that ., J has guts i„ h,g poo,misguided mind, aware that the Jews ha\ been maligned for centuries, knowing that extremist fanatics in I south regard them as "Communists." his bean scarred bv the killing on reside,, Kennedy, his scarred brain ma) well have reasoned tl '" a Jew t„ k.li the Communist Oswald would b ''U as a cleansing act, and not into his own ban s Red Cultural Genocide The announcement six weeks ago that the Soviet Union would be willing to permit the importation of matzoh from abroad was areeted happily. ^ For the Soviet Union made more than a simple commitment of intent. In fac its lead ers designated a number of international earners through whose services the matzohs could be shipped behind the Iron Curtain Virtually on the eve of the holiday, the decision has been revoked, laying bare the intent as nothing more all along than a simple HICK. We know that our brethren in the Soviet Union are having a difficult time in cultural personal expression. Their inability to obtain matzoh, particularly to bake it themselves renders a dea'h blow to the observance of the holiday. thing oi an arrogant taking ol the rhis N not o defend Ruby's act. nor to say that such a thou; -i indeed ,. flashed through Ruby's mind-makes this a M. y„.,v ,. not the first'who has round that when you tr, I do ^UUng ,„„„,. |u||i he Jew sh vou o ltei: \ D> tuiiiing it-am! yourself, • • • but ^i,7., guess s ,ha ,he iury ac,ed no ou of *"* •ntl-Semirlsm an file W ?'"; K P ^ m """'' t0 correc ;| 'image/' The natro: ; th. VO,I,I ^ had come crashing down „„ Dallas as .. lawless H to killings had been committed. The jury could not i ;".' I "'V! ""' defense; "* aked by the state to sh. • that du. process of law prevails in Texas The law-and-order ima Of Dallas had been broke,,, and the .,<„•> hardened its hear, a image K "' beln J '" 1 acted '" "build the %  >"*' ,,.';;;">• %  MMUiji Of the killing He did DO! deserve the sav., ,;;• • j Jea th. A Darrow could have changed the result. Now >u changed only by a higher court than Judge Joe B. Browns. .Muhamnn ( ?^ T 0UGH TS: The SP aWa >' of Ma, !" X '""" E,ijah the rS .ml W h ,; aching potentials, ft means that %  ,i., n.i.7 Mt ssen or" (Elijah Muhammad) and him "'ho was bo ,, 1JU ". 1 Muh n "0 %  fe the same. The IHIV Swer of SreiK L ,U iM maha wh e father was a tolrtruukd a V,J s Black N onau.n> of the 1920s, who 'eath who ound law as a profession blocked against him and w5 i "L J" I" 1 1 1 '' e undemorid as "Big Bed become tl EH,ahs faith in P riso '': this Malcolm X has U "" """" Propagandlsl and intellectual of the movement.



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Fr fciy. March 27. 1964 -JtMlsMrridkui Page 5-A -"f— m V IE WISH NATIONAL FUND CONCERT FOR lohn F. Kennedy Memorial Forest IN ISRAEL MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM MARCH 31,1964 STARRING: Positively No Solicitation of Funds ADMISSION by donation of trees, only 1-TREE ... donation .. $2.00 2-TREES... donation .-. $4.00 3.TREES donation ... $6.00 4-TREES .V. donation ... $8.00 --. %  -*. 18-TREE3 r donation ... $36.00 Tova Porat INTERNATIONAL SINGING STAR Amiram Rigai CONCERT PIANIST DIRECT FROM CARNEGIE HALL Ephraim Biram WORLD RENOWNED BARITONE Eliahu Gamliel FLUTIST Marcia Gamliel PERCUSSION Hadassah Boldach INTERPRETIVE DANCER JV (DONOR) (2 SEATS) 25-TREESv donation .. $50.00 (PATRON) (2 SEATS) 50-TREES ... donation .... $100.00 (SPONSOR) (2 SEATS) TICKETS AVAILABLE at Miami Beach Auditorium ELAL Airlines e Sherman Ticket Agency e Jewish Nat'l Fund 420 Lincoln Rd. Rm. 390]



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Pac rage 6-A +Jewish noridiair Friday. March 27, 1964 Blanks to Receive Israel's Honor Medal At 16th Anniversary Dinner Apr. 19 Greater Miami Jewry will eelebrate the 16th anniversary of the State of Israel on Apr. 19 at a Dinner HI state in the Fontainebleau Hotel Announcement was made Wednesday by Leonard Ro-en. chairman, and Samuel Friedland, honorary chairman nl the Greater Miami Committee for Israel Bonds. Highlight of the Israel Independence Day celebration will be the presentation of the State of Israel Medallion of Honor to two of Greater Miami's principal communal leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, who have served with the Blankon literally scores of projects for Is rael and Judaism, have been des%  ted as chairmen of the Committee of Hosts in preparation for the dinner, Rosen and Friedland Preliminary plans for the gala nere mapped Tuesday • al a reception for the com niittee hosted by the Weinkles at imperial House residence. Mr. and Mrs. Jan Peerce were spe guests, Mrs. Peerce, wife ol the noted opera star, is national nan oi the Women's Di\ ision r state of Israel BondBeth Shirah Students' Seder Some 300 boys and girls of Temple Beth Shirah Hebrew and Religious School attended the Model Pass iver Seder held Sunday morning, Rabbi Morris A. Skop introduced the student leaders who read in Hebrew and English the Biblical portions ol the Hagadah, and the Children's Choir, directed by Cantor Herman K. Gotlieb, chanted the I'a>sover hymns. Class mothers provided the rer symbols, "A rich lifetime of service to the cause of Israel and humanity has merited Bea and Sam Blank for this high honor, and the community will cherish the opportunity of taking part in the presentation," Friedland d e dared as news of the award was disclosed. The medallion will hear the 1111 age of Bea and Sam Blank, and it will mark the first time that the award will be presented to a I1111 band and wife. In announcing Ihe 16th anniversary dinner. Rosen pointed out that ••.ince the end of World War II. some GO new countries have come into being, ine State of Is rael. which was established in 1!M8. is not by any means the largest or the most powerful. Yet. with this pocket size of 8.000 square miles and its modes! population of close to 2.51111.0011. it has achieved Ihe role of a showcase for most oi the other newly-emerging nations. "This 11 lia~ done through the' succi -s oi an ambitious program ol reconstruction and economic development financed in great measure through the sale ol Israel Bonds. "With the aid Of the proceeds from Israel Bonds, the people of Israel have established a dynamic' economy in an underdeveloped land, exploited its limited natural resources of oil. copper and phosphates, built new rural villages and large urban centers, established universities and scientific instituteand set up social and political machinery that has made Israel the most stable democracy in the entire Middle East. "The fact that Israel is now engaged in a cooperative program with the United States for the desalination of sea water fnMR. AND MRS. SAM BLANK dicates Israel's potential for scientific break-through to aid all humanity." Sam Blank served as co-chairman of the Greater Miami Committee foi siatc oi Israel Bonds in 1952, and both he and Mrs. Blank have served in a leadership role since the inception of the bond campaign A founder and past president ot the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Blank is a founder and trustee of Ml. 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Friday, March 27. 1964 fJewisti Fh>rSdHar) Page 7-A Actions Committee Changes Proposed Sidney Ansin with Philip M. Klutznick. of Chicago, at a Miami Beach dinner for the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation. Former U.S. Ambassador Klutznick to the United Nat;ons is national chairman of the Foundation chartered by Congress last April to continue Mrs. Roosevel'.'s efiorts for human rights and international good will. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt were hosts of the occasion. Ansin is newlyappointed chairman of the 1964 United Fund and president of WCKT Ch. 7. Klutznick is also a former international president oi B'nai B'ri'h and general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. No. Miami Groups Support Drive Two North Miami Synagogues, Beth Torah Congregation, of which Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz is spiri-' tual leader, and Temple Adath Yeshurun with Rabbi Jonah E. (apian ;.s spiritual leader, this week held meetings to plan their participation in the synagogue program on behalf of the 1!H>4 Combined Jewish Appeal. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual LIKE MAGIC... as you need them IceMagic AUTOMATIC ICE MAKERS Now make your own ice cubes automatically. The RCA WHIRLPOOL IceMagic helps save work and money, rj ICEMAKER HEADQUARTERS ACRt Corporation •450 N.W. 6th Ct. Miami, Florida phono 751-2544 leader of Temple Emanu-El. city wide chairman of the 1964 CJA, noted that "with the help of these' two prominent North Miami Beach congregations, the synagogue drive has reached a new peak in active 1 support of the 57 agencies around I the corner and around the world supported." Joseph Liedman, president of Temple Adath Yeshurun, and Rabbi Caplan both pledged 100 percent support of their congregation. A recent gathering of members of the synagogue's Board of Governors and leading members of the Sisterhood took place at the home of Rabbi Caplan, 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr., where plans were discussed for the Temple's CJA program. Rabbi LipschitZ and Joseph Schmier, president of Congrega tion Beth Torah. met with members of the synagogue's Board of. Governors at a breakfast meeting at Wolfie's Restaurant in North Miami Beach to plan their CJA participation. Principal speaker was Robert Norman, director of budgeting and planning of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. JERUSALEM — UTAi — Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, placed before the current meeting of the Zionist World Actions Committee this week a program of action which included proposals for major changes in the organization of the governing bodies of the World Zionist Organization. These included a proposal to replace the shekel with a permanent WZO membership card with Iocs paid to the national Zionist Federations. He also proposed to make non-party Zionists eligible to join (he WZO entitling such groups to join local Zionist Councils and to be represented on the council governing bodies and on the World Zionist Congresses. Discussing the tasks of the Zionist movement, Mr. Sharett said that the rising assimilation of Jews compelled a reorientation in the direction of nonIsraeli Jewry and the awakening of Jewish institutions in other countries to the peril of assimilation. He urged the active par ticipation of the Zionist movement in the direction of the Jewish communities to deepen Jewish consciousness and for effective representation of the movement in international Jewish organizations. Apart from direct Zionist action, the Zionist movement should strive to stimulate the initiative of other Zionist organizations, he urged. He added that in view of the Israel Government's recognition of joint responsibility with the movement for the future of Zionism, the lull measure of Israel's support should be enlisted tor implementation of the program in other countries while the Zionist movement's cooperation with the Israel Government ought to include promotion of Zionism in Israel, especially among the young generation. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair man of the American section of the Jewish Agency, hailed Ihe joint Israel Government-World Zionist Organization statement as a historic occasion which "may mark a new era in the checkered history of our movement." He also hailed the "profound understanding" displayed by Premier Levi Eshkol on problems confronting Jewries outside of Israel. Dr. Neumann stressed that the planned intensification of the efiorts of the Zionist movement was not meant to displace "the existing agencies or compete with them." 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Paar Fcge 8-A Jewishfhridiar Friday. March 27, 1954 Zionist Session Ends in Resolutions JERUSALEM — (JTA) —The / ni.-t Actions Committee this • -ok adopted a resolution calling in the soviet Government to re• ct the •'sacred riyht of every Ji \ in every country to emigrate ti Israel.' especially those mem•g of Jewish families who have ; en separated as a result of the „V zi holocaust. The resolution, which was adopt at the final session of the week g meeting of the Actions Com1 itee, asserted that no Jew will r accept the Soviet authorities' temalit attempts to cut off millions of Jews from the sources of their cultural past. It noted with anxiety "the manifestations of anti-Semitic calumnies and incitement'' expressed In the Soviet press and literature, and in the general Soviet attack against religion. The resolution expressed "profound appreciation" over the moral support rendered "by all seekir.g freedom and peace in the struggle for the rights of the Soviet Jews." Another resolution appealed to the authorities Greater Miami Jewish Federation Names Robert Fcrman New Assistant Director inert P, Forman. director of getin and planning at the %  at -r Miami Jewish Federation re 1962, has been appointed %  istanl executive director, it .. announced Wednesday by ne> Lefcourt, presidenl of Fedlion. Hik towledge ol community ining in the social welfare 1.;helped us begin to pro, %  %  %  %  (-rounded program of vices b> t h e Federation's Lefcourt declared. Vs n -.-.. % %  0 the Budget Commithe 11 knowledge and lor u 1: ing <>; the needol ncies both at home and abroad, bj our annual CJA ipaign federation Executive Director I -thur S. Rosichan announced •at, in his new post, Forman .ill continue his responsibilies fcr budgeting and social : anning, and also assume reROBIRT FORMAN sponsibility for internal administration of the Federation, as well." Prior to joining the staff of the Miami Federation, the new assistant executive director served tor five years as planning assistant of the Jewish Welfare Federation of San Francisco. He was instrumental in conducting a population survey on behalf of the San Francisco Federation, as well as studies to determine needs of the Community Center and the Jewish aged. Before that, he was a staff member of the Welfare Planning Council of Chicago and the American Service Institute of Pittsburgh. Forman holds a Master's degree in social work from the University ol Pittsburgh. He is married, the father of two children, and lives 111 North Miami Beach. By the Sea, By the Sea On the beautiful Ocean, see... the completely renovated diLido Hotel Cabana Club that awaits you this summer. A new scientific filtering system in both Olympic pools, new mats and chaises, a wiener roast each week and a cocktail party each month. Game facilities galore for all the family. 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Friday. March 27. 1964 Jacob KUk'in Mr>. Anna Brernnr Meyers \vi receiv* the Histadrul '"Woman ol the Year" National Award at the Third Seder Celebration of the Creater Miami Business and Prorial Council for Kupat Holimllistadi it To i" held .it the Fontain Hotel n bun lay e\ ening, Ja :ob who %  ntly receu e I • Alan ol the Year Award :honi hairman ol the event. Selected as Woman of the Year "in r< cognition of her outstanding participation in all Jewish and community activities on a loca' state and national level," Mrs. Meyers, an attorney has received the Outstanding Award cf the National Conference of Chris'ians arc! Jews and the title, "Woman of Valor." mbi r ol liif Dade I ol Pu I strui %  Mi -. • first pi •;.• onference <>i Jewish WomOrganizal %  .ol Dade and :"il Counties, and as presidrill id the Jewish Family and nldren's Sen She was ani"-; the organizers ol Hit Jewish li i r the Aged. Mt. sin. n Hospital A txiliary ol Greater diami and Ml State legislative chairman ot the Florida Federation of Busineu and Professional Women's Clubs A member ol the Board of Govi rnors of the Greater Miami Jew i-h Federation. Mrs. Meyers cur u ntly serve-, -Jchairman of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee. She serves a-chairman of Business and Professional Kupat Holim here. Chairman of the evening will be Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. who also serves as co-chairman of +Jewish Hor/diar Page 9-A QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ALL SALE ITEMi CASH & CARRY Third Seder Sunday Will Honor Woman of the Year' the Council Honoroary co-chairrren will be Dr. Irving Lehrman and William Bornstein. Sam Feinstein, president of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, has announced that Col. Jacob Monbai, counsel to the permanent missicn of Israel to t.'ia United Nations, will b.' guest speaker at the dinner commemorating the 16th anniversary of the State of Israel. B rn ni Ru a, Monbaz and his parents .-eel to G -rmany, where In' received hiearly education. and was active in several Zionist youth organization* In 1332. tic went t" Palestine, • %  nd< I the ;ricultural school ol "Mikve Israel" an shortly after th Has inah During World '.' ar II. he served with a Palestine Artillery unit, ?av action on the i from and at the end of the war was senl i<> Germany, where he became engaged in work concerning refugees. He returned to Palestine in 1946. joined the permanent Cadre of the Haganah, and in 19J8 was commissioned to form the first artillery unit of the Israeli Army. The Seder portion of the evening will be conducted by the worlc-renowned singer of Yiddish and Hebrew folk songs. Sidor Belarsky. Proceeds will go toward Greater Miami's commitment in the construction of a Medical Health Center at Beershcba, Israel The Kupat Holim Council commitment is in excess of $200,000. according to Moshe Berman. executive director ol the Greater Miami Histadrut Committee. Kupat Holim is Histadrut's medical services arm in Israel. the Passover tradit ion US>II I WIMS From Israel CONCORD MALAGA SACRAMENTAL VIN BLANC HOCK (RHINE) ADOM ATIC BURGUNDY) SABRA Wines HIMllltll .n .% %  •!•: rg. hoi lie m half gallon KSaJU.83 ^"^A -"*-T.cTH^^ Hs?2 <*jl ** i AIOII:I FIVE-STAR ItltAMIV A.lii FIFTH '•ft IIOMA Ml III! 19tlt a4> nnua Dinner Key Auditorium Mar. 29th thru Apr. 5th Hours: 2 to 10 P.M. Daily GIFTS [ADMISSION Sponsored by: Miami Board of Realtors • MORE STORES • MORE VALUES than anybody MIAMI 8525 Biscavne Blvd PL 7-1115 Next to Food Fair \90 W FlagleCA 60211 8885 NW 7th Ave PL 4-7216 Next to Kwik-Chel230! NW 12th Ave NE 5-8382 10998 NW 7th Ave PI 4489'. MIAMI BEACH 711 Alton Road JE 1-7655 A/asmngtc" • : IE 4-4545 SURFSIDE 941 u a'd'ng Ave UN 6 548C from Food SUNNY ISLES %  %  lies Blvd 3243 CORAL GABLES •• • -.: Por.ce de Hi 6-0363 lust olf Flaglene't to Food Far SOUTH MIAMI 1210 South Dixie M0 7-8337 (Across 'ron Universty WESTCHESTER Coral Way at SW87thAve 2218752 'Next to Zayre. KENDALL 12425 South DIXI* CE 53717 (ius! S'iulh i>f Suniland CUTLER RIDGE 20343 South Dixie CE 5063! Cutler Ridge p ng Centc W. HOLLYWOOD W Hollywood Shopping Pla/a on Route 841 YU 3 3610 HOLLYWOOD 52.0 South Federal V.A 2 4738 r* d to Food Fan onUS I 14 Hollywood Blvd 927-2112 FT. LAUDERDALE North Fede r a' IA 4-0625 om Sears Town 1701 South Andrews \ 5868 Ne>t to Food Fa.' Broward Blvd at Rt ,' '.Vesicate Cente %  LU 3-2125 WE DELIVER WHITE BEAR GIN or VODKA 2.99 PHth.



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%  yo iu-^s PaPage 10-A +Jm/sfi fhr/cfian Friday, March 27, 1964 By: EDWARD COHEN A Young Man's Effort Bearing Fruit Several weeks ago Martin Fine circulated among a lew friends and interest e come a time when too man) people will be coinpel ng for too little space,'' he says, "A realistic planning program—here, on earth, in Greater Miami—can avert thai disaster.'' lie believes that we musl develop a "commitment toward the achievement of excellence'' in our physical, social an.I technological planning. "Mediocrity is too high a price to pay'' is the challenging phrase with which he urges a university department to train the needed personnel. If the phrasing has the sound of an elder statesman, it may be the circumstance that, at 36, Fine's accomplishments in public life—civic and Jewish—and his successful career as an attorney are often associated with men of greater age. His interest in the Jewish Home for the Aged, his leadership role on a state and national level in the problems of the aging—he was ONE OFFICIAL KILLED Fracas Interrupts Sailing Of Herzl from Brazil ,l() DF. JANEIRO—iJTAi—Poauthorities here continued to estigate details surrounding an (it aboard an Israeli vessel, ss Theodor Her/!, which reli d in the death ol a Brazilian il servant and the wounding of ither man I lie incident took ace as the ship, carrying 570 persons, including 6t> Jewish cmiants from this country going to Israel tor permanent settlement. about to leave this port. .'. inle the police have not >i't -closed the details, it was learn authoritatively thai 10 or 12 1 azilian civil servants boarded \' vessel jusl as it was about to I, stating that they had received Eshkol Will See Johnson Start of June Continued from Page 1-A will be helping with arrangements for Prime Minister Eshkol's visit to the United States. in Israel an official communl1 1 said: Prime Minister Eshkol il be happy to have the opportunity of meeting President Johnson and exchanging views on sub jccti of joint interest to the two < ountries. During the visit, the me Minister looks forward to eting again with leaders of the lerican Jewish community and • ler friends in the United states reportthat some of the sailors intended to smuggle gold from this country The Brazilian officials insisted on searching the crew's quarters. They found no gold but did find a few small articles, like American cigarettes, a couple ol transistor radio.-, and ~ome eyeglasses which members of the crew had bought here as gifts to relatives and friends. When the officials tried to con fiscate these trinkets without issuing a receipt, a light broke out be-' tween the Brazilians and the sailors. At that point, it was learned, some of the Brazilianwent ashore' and came Lack with machine nuns. In the ensuing fracas, one of the guns was tired. One member of the boarding party was killed. The wounded man bad acted as an in terpreter Police Officials here have said they do not put credence 111 this version of the incident, suspecting that the search of the ship result-' ed from a provocation. The ship departed safely for Haifa, but the investigation is still proceeding. I MARTIN FINE welfare interests vice chairman of the Governor's Committee, active in the White House Conference, a member of the Board of the National Council on Aging, and has given vital testimony before Senate and House Committees—have helped shape this image. Doing His Best The identification with the aged is quite accidental and not subject to particular psychological scrutiny. "About eight years ago. Federation distributed some of us in the Young Men's Divi-1011 among the various agency boards. I was distributed to the Home for the Aged.'' is his answer. Typically, however — and it was no accident of distribution that he was named the Federation's Outstanding Young Man—once he got the job. it became a matter of pride to do the best. This undoubtedly will be illustrated with the completion of the Miami Public Housing project tor the elderly on NVV 7th St., next year. Already it is being hailed by Federal authorities "as the most unique housing program in concept, combining excellent physical and social components." illustrating the concern which Fine expresses for the need to provide more than good building in public housing. It is this concern with the over all picture that has led him to a positive position on the issue of urban planning, "I have learned that no one is wellhoused unless everyone is at least adequately housed, but that is only part of our urban legacj Objective Institution Referring to the latest issue of the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Fine cites the difficulty encountered in urban planning all over the nation because of the many, and diverse, political units involved. "To me. the University (of .Miami) is the only objective institution in the com munity which can help examine the totality ot urban problems and plan for the future This flows. 111 part, from his rejection of active oti ice seeking on the grounds that "I think I can do more as a private citizen than in public office.'' And. although he was not listed among the 102 "king makers in a recent Miami Herald article on the state's political empire, there are many in Miami and throughout the State who believe that Martin Fine is one of the men who must be seen and consulted in any campaign. The elderly and long-range community planning are not his only interests, by a long shot. He is chairman of Temple Israel's Religious School Committee, on the Board of Jewish Family and Children's Service. 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Retnationt requested...M.Benni• JE2-3600 r mm BEACH HOTEL Ox l\t Omn ff iSUi Shnt, Miami Bmei 1 dren's Home Society and Federation's Executive Committee. Spiritual Roots A native of Philadelphia, a graduate of Temple University and the University of Miami Law School—where he met his wife, the former Pat Poison of New Orleans—Fine has little doubt in his mind that his interest in the welfare of people and the community stems from his Jewish heritage, not from a course in "tzedaka." but from the kind of reading he will do to night from the Union Haggadah when he is host to some 40 mem bers of his famih and friends at the traditional Seder in his home. •'In every generation, each Jew should regard himself as though he too were brought out of Egypt while enjoying the liberty of this land, let us strive to make secure also our spiritual freedom that, as the delivered, we may become the debverer, carrying out Israel's historic task of being the messenger oi reli gion unto all mankind." 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iay, March 27, 1964 t'Jenisfi Moridtiain 1 Regrets Division of Funds for Mideast Arms Page 11=. WASHINGTON—k told ConIts that the United Stales will Itinue in its efforts to attain a thine-.! ol disputes between Isand the Arabs and expressed regret over the continued dif.-ion of funds to armaments in Mid lie East. llr Rusk appeared before the lazis Forced fws to Sing \s They Died Continued from Page I A Iteiue tor complicity in the uder of Hungarian Jews. In .May 2.".. Dr. Cieilf said, two Ire ex-Auschwitz officers will go trial one. Wilhclm Burger, lie charged with having proed the ZjclonB gas used in the Icenau jjas chambers for killing The second, Josef Erber, ha> ^n indicted tor having selected Son, is for the Birkenau ehamaddition. Dr. Greiff declared, batches Oi 10 SS officers each lace separate trials lor killing Parian Jewat Auschwitz. Still fr. former Nazi police officers had killed many thousands of > in Pinsk, in 1942, will lace ^ther count. t Cologne, Werner SchnoncInn. 52, a former SS officer, went %  trial on charges of responsibil%  in the .shooting of at least 3.197 Hfcish men. women and children, Jwell as Soviet war prisoners, in and and Byelorussia, in 1941. also faced a second charge of (sting in the shoooting of aner 800 Jews. House Foreign Affairs Committee '" Present the Administrations foreign aid pro-ram lor fiscal year "hich begins July i of this year, la ins review „i W hat he de scribed as -key problem areas V, "' IV •' %  S. aid i, ;l factor." the Secretary of state also discussed the Arab-Israel relations "The U. S. has continued to provide assistance to Israel and to a number of the Arab states,'' the Secretary said. "These nations have a history of conflict and animosity. The U. 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Page 12-A *knisi Ilrriii ir Friday. March 27. 1^ .j A^edcr to JL^aunch passover fr/am n j Continued from Page 2-A Conservative. Raobi Harold Ricliter. Cantor Joel Lerner. i H; Hi .1 in I .-ii.-i if Hi. I i -i birn. B:l"i p.in I'HHHOVH rU-rvlce. 7 i r i -i > %  .i. %  Sitlui'tln.i y Ri pn "I '-::>' dinn "I" i li. Night." fc p.m. .M.ii.h.i Kundit) K:3 ii.m ft I 111. u "t ... IS> ll|l''i>." CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. I • ...::n p.m. I-', -lix ;il .-I l-'r. dun shi i.-il i. Saturday s:3fl u rVi im Vr VVc l'r.,-" R\ rnliig I .1 ",.\ ,i KI i \ I.. i. :|u p.m. >un-i v:: ii.iu Ixh Llfi S-: II "S> mlMil .Mili.-li.i ii:l.'. p.nu< >r i.. =LAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Ki-lilny *'. p.m. Hi>l St-dir N*cht. i IIH> 9 .i.in. ( %  "vi'inon: "I-"'. • tin ii." .;:l". p.m. Kwnl -Si PI cei*. > n 1. 1 :' n MI. s. rmun! "Finn 1 Snm< FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. '801 E. Andrews ave. Refor.11. Rabbi Ricn^ro M. Leviton. SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Slimaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. KYM • :. ill. K11M if 111. I -I Passover Reminds Us Of Responsibility as Parents By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS The Hebrew Academy One of the most dramatic experiences in Jewish living is the Seder on Passover eve. The Jewish family is depicted in its full glory as father, mother and children sit at the table recalling the rich and colorful history <>i our people. The basic purpose of the Seder table and the theme of the Passover season are to assign the proper role and position of each member of the Jewish household. "Thou Shalt Tell Your Son." is a commandment given not only to our fathers as they stood at alt. Sinai, but it is an eternal message for all lathers in all generations. And if our history has such unbroken continuity, a golden strand woven thoughout the ages, it is because father told child so that he. in turn, could tell his child. Educators today are appalled Bl the abdication ot the parental role and the "child worship" attitude so prevalent in our contemporary life. When we observe the tragic results of the di-mal failure of parents to assert themselves, we realize the divine wisdom and the profound Jit of our Torah. Thou Shalt Tell Thy Son." the Torah commands. This is tin rightful duty and sacred obtion ol a parent—to tell, to direct and to guide. And woe to the family whose children tell and control their parents—how -irophic when the roleare reversed! This, unfortunately, is what we witness today. Our society 1retelling against the rigid authoritarian -lather knows best," and as a result the pendulum has swing to the extreme. l..irn. Ei niiin >i::t" p. 111. SalurJa> v::o :i in Xt-rnRin Th itrmtrin-m ..r Unit ThiiutH." BWIIIUR ii::w M m. sun.i;i\ s:3i> a.m. rVrmon: "The Suiig ..f the North Wind." KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehi field. Cantor Abraham Seif. i'liilay T::'.i a.Ul. Six 11111 ll-il'-iillll. ti:l.' p.m. I'ltnarosation SI-.1.T. >nlui-iliiy ft:30 ...in. Kerniiui: 1 %  -. Wv llavv l-"r loin Today?" 0:ju p.m. Sec 1 Congregation Knler. Sunday v.!" a.m. Sermon: "Mil, rturu 1 hii* our Suns "" MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. — • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineai Weberman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwild. |.'riil;i\ li p.m. hntui*da> : j i.m : 1111011 "I'I -in li. 1 li. s> mini) .f 1 %  1 .loin.'' HatUI'day • p.m. < '..im r.-^il lion Seilei 7:30 p.m. Sundn) n.m. S.-rin.-li: "'K.v.ll'.'anil IngH I h. : .iiu • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahnuas. • TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 102S NE I83id St.. Miami Gardens rd. < Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi Maurice Neu. wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaat ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor David Cooviser. Saturday I a.m. and 7 p.m. i-'i-.-i |i n( I'Huover. '< T Kreaattwa 8eiltr, Sir. day !• a.m. M*1 Club Service* 1 • TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative, Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickon. l-'ii.iav B:lj.,lkHI. FiiMpxtT -"I'UJJ'r !•• %  % %  *W:;ui -,.-• : ; ,lav It: r.-|. m. ulloucil 1.1 Congregation >.-!.' ~> • s.rmoii: "Wl ......ml .-s.-.l. r %  %  1 ..in. Katui'da.1 IU14S a.m Han Milsvnh; Violet, ilnughu-r %  •( Mr unit ,\i 1 .I..M \. turn TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38. NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabb. Nathan H. Zwitman. Canto' Alexander Cohen. Fi Ida) ^t:; 11 1 %  .•. Mernii Thi Urentnewii %  •: Th K SUMIHIII Satin das '.::'." p.m. liar M ita> Hh: r. n-r. >..ii nf Mr. and Mr*. Murno i • i l helm. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N \A 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. • TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine LehrmaiCantor Hirsh Adler. Friday Mlni-ha •'. p.m. I >—i and • %  > ..nil l*ai>Mivi I'liiiQi'i-uatinii s-.1-i I'i da.i and Saturda> 7 p.m., in i'i.I-"• %  >lain, lil< ..II II, HI '. — • — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Retorm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Eornstein. I-* i, I; I > >i p.m. I ":— .-\.-i M li-l'H fill:..w. .1 hj i "nne ^'.i lim Si-il. s.ti ui .la v I 1 a.Ul. I*ass..\. r .. i. %  — • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards Friday •*• c in, Sitl urdai < -.a n p.m. ''••' lllj v; I". a i Viillr lili -— i r %  —. — .* i. S.-iier. sun -• % %  'I Co i '..Hill. TEMPLE ZICN, .-..•0 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. man. Cantor Leo Lr. ch. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 H. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. I ... i:, p.11" •. ^-ati.-n s. ii, i •:.r. p.m. Sal •... a.m. and i':" t'onnri B.der 7.1.'. p.m. .%  -ii-l i> in a i YOUNG ISRA^^. Orthodox. Habo %  lax. !' a Fr. %  '..in.'' '. a in. MV NE 171 it •"'rwin Stanbcr. -• • m.. i: "1 I • i JEWISH CEREMONIAL OBJECTS ANTIQUES— LSO TORAH S Must be st. r mmediately. For .^ri t ntment call JE 6-04A9 >x r l-'r. ax ii:.:'" p.in Salunl.ix nun: "I'-.iu >i... nf Four Tj pen I.I r. ..;-!• '* p.m. Sundai s IS a in, all. I ;:::• "Counting Mom-j ami Spending l.ix. —\ liisi.ii lion o| Valui-H." t'onitrcgalion Sedi-rn on Frl.laj and s'aturda.i T:::i. p.m. in lllr < 'haiii %  i;-.>. i n Melllol lal Hal TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. 1'iiila.x 8 p. in. Saturday ll:lo a.m. la.--.x.i -. i x ., I'nllKI'egatlnn S.il. iII p.m. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th s ^. I". a.m. Conservative. Rahbi Mayer Abram I-1-. i-,|,.iii owita. Cantor Edward Klein. Bvviiliiii Fi i.i.ix 0 |i in. s iturdai s:i: n in '•' l s.iin-.n: "l-".i. .r Faith Savin Fwnina fi :in s'undn. s:l."i n.m i S..i-iii.,n : -lli,. Mltsvah n( ill. M /...li." — • TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th st. ant Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tional. Rabbi Eugeno Laboviti Cantor Saul H. Breeh. i I x < n.m siin lia'lli-hor. K\ iliis ii p.m. Saturda) SMS am s. in: "Hi i from our lliviliivn I •ii nd ili, ii.ai i %  ui-lnln." Kvenlns ;.i >' p.m. sun lax H: i". a.m. St-i "I'i. ..I. .in Mi-ana S. rvltude i.. ii..-i RABBI AltXANDEK GROSS fateful responsibility where "child knows best." But how well we know the dangers and tragic effects of either ol these approaches to family lite! The wise sages who instituted the Seder table clearly defined the proper relationship between parent and child. Problems should be discussed—ideas should he expressed and traditions transmitted at the family table, where, though Father is king and .Mother is queen, the spotlight is focused upon the glowing and respectful laceol the prince and princess—the Jewish children. As we sit at tne Seder table and relate the inspiring experiences of years past, iet us once again assume our rightful positions as Jewish parents. Let us tell our children of the heritage that is theirs and of the sacred TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY* D '. 35 l s J 4 %  "•• Reform TEMPLE CP OLOM. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 8 755 SW lCth St. Miami. aahb Krlday S.-Stl p.m. I'as>..\.-r V. >|.. iSamuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin s.ixi.,-. „ |,„, ronareaal s.-.u-r Satimlax SMS ii.ni. Ila ai HullywiKHl ll ii.„,l. Satuida.x n.,xi-:. ,.,, ,., Mi H „.| 11 "••"• ''• >>' I'.—.-x.l S. rxi.-.. nhinu. .'..r i Id • %  l-n. I" MTan. I TEMPLE BETH SH-RAH. 750O SW h ''~'" 120 thSt Reconstructionnt. Rabbi']', Moins Skop. Cantor Herman Gott lieb. i • i"I'aS. U'I Si I-III. n: Sill .,x | over, s.i I in ,lax Mltzviili 'I'-.I Ml/.xa I; ,\lMrSI of I'.--untiiiK i'i lln a.m. s. i Si -I. Sun. lax "N artTEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of HollyRockwell's Talk Foments Anger In Minnesota Continued from Page 1-A ican Jewish World, identifying themselves as members of Huiei, said they disagreed with Rab^i fVlilgrom. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI1?1PO NE 15th ave. Reform. Rac bi Daniel M. Lowy Cantor Chei Gale. i-. %  .-, ,, For the man .4 -•-.... i • prepared by 1',-mplu i .. m.-n '"I li. s ; II. 1 In I 'a > -x •t, rhi ml -. i -. %  • I.I .. h III T ... Inn a — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9' Fiammgn Way. Conttrvati.-e. Ram, Hym.in Gross. I-'I in n ; p in. i ,, i i -.,-,i. on the tin go AJCongress Will Hold National Biennial; Kane to Deliver Major Address Here Irving Kane, of Cleveland, one oi the country's outstanding Jewish communal leaders, has been appointed chairman of the national biennial convention of the American Jewish Congress to be held in Miami Beach from Apr. 14 to 19. H has been announced this week by Dr. Joachim Prlnz, preside nt. Kane will deliver a major ad : and preside at the five daj meeting in the Carillon Hotel, to be attended bj some 600 delegates from all sections of the country. A former president of both the Council of Jewish Federations anc Welfare Funds and the National Community Relations Advisory Council, Kane was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor Samuel L. Scheiner. executive director ol tile Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota. 1 declaring he believed that some members of his own board ol directors maj disagree with hitn. exresponsibility that they, in turn,! pressed his "regret" over the inmust pass on to coming generavitation to Rockwell. He charged ,ions that six Jewish members ot the Young Democratic Farmer-Labor 'arty on the campus had backed the Rockwell invitation. The American Jewish World noted editorially that "thousands paid this unspeakable pariah their tribute of personal attention." The newspaper suggested Hint the time may have come when a national association m universities "lormulate criteria tor appropriate and useful ntilizi tion ol tincollege Con" -I iis.'' •: %  %  n •: -. regul li i'ml get v u ",r w' n %  ,0' of Humane Letters recently by Hebrew Union College in recognition of "service to fhe American Jewish community." Long active in Jewish communDignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are lem c c rrovel uti : : t experie : : -, .-, on d p : z 'frvice 10 %  • %  -• leoendoble rour lux %  It den.rher -, u ;-c travail • • • : ,„, ,, „ ire, norr.| Fly South Ci itrol. •-'•'. • %  • chedulei c-0 re crvotiOR! 1 affairs on Hie local, national l lla, ,,V111 '" help determine what cause and what type ol personality deserve hearings." L i i < i i i < < 4. and nrww4*wwwwwv9~vwwvwrwvtf\ will be ejected. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. A Reform Congregation Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob G. Bornstein. Cantor FIRST DAY OF PASSOVER SERVICE SATURDAY. 11 A.M. and international level. Kane has served as president of the Jewish Community Council of Cleveland; associate national chairman, American Jewish Tercentenary; trustee, Brandeis University and the Union Of American lli-im .-. Congregations; and as a mi oi the national campaign cabinet ol the United Jewish Appeal. A veteran leader Oi the Amen can Jewish I ongress, he served as .1 national vice president oi the organization, 195840, and is a mi mber of the National Governing Council. Chapters and divisions from throughout the country will be represented at the AJC bit convention. Delegates will plan (he organization's program during the next two-year period in Jewish cultural affairs, in exti democratic freedoms and protecting thi' rights Of Jews at home abroad. Officers for 1964-66 ? ? %  •:•; %  ; %  ; %  '. IRVING KANt 0 c ^o. (Formerly A-sst. Direct tor the Aged. 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+ knlsti ftcridlar Page 13-A South Africa Parliament Attacks Jews Continued from Pase 1-A action Division and Real Estate and Alman. E. Albert Pallot. current chairman. Impedes Group announces an 18 percent rich Eichenbaum. Neil Schiff and Bernard "fce over last year on behalf of the 1964 Selevan. Speakers included Sidney Lefcourt. feed Jewish Appeal. Meeting at the president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fedapna. House are (left to right) Arthur Eperation. and Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1964 CJA Bin. Duvid B. Fleeman. past division chairchairman. etry Contest Announced By Bay Harbor Man United Party in Natal, protested vigorously ayainst the Jewbaiting, pointing out that not one of the senior members of the Nationalist Party had risen to defend other' members from columny. This was. the second time in two weeks that Mitchell had voiced such a protest. The Guardian stated that the Nationalist tendency to deride the Jewish members with anti-Semitic jibes has increased "markedly" in the last two weeks. Two weeks ago. Mr. Gorshel. after a heated argument with Nationalists, was ordered out of the chamber while Nationalists yelled "go back to Israel." The Nationalists in the House have repeatedly accused the Jewish population here of "devoting themselves to undermining the country." We're reserving the Wn in your name in Tel Aviv Also five thousand years of Holy Land history. Plus all the pleasures of Tel Aviv, one of the world's most exciting cities. Not to mention tl e fine restaurants, swimming pool, superb service, and smart shops of the elegant air-conditioned SheratonTel Aviv Hot JI overlooking the Mediterranean. For Insured Reservations, just see your favorite Travel Agent, sr call this Sheraton number: 377-0275 SHEMTMmAwnrnm Tl Aviv, Israal A Mian Heaeh man who is IIItarily m %  \ati- loimdci<>i a Pnetn Festival <• (iivaU': Miami. He 4§_J' Ian Davidson, id iiL'ihi W. Ba^fci. :-bor Dr. I'.a> Harbor Islands. Davids* will b,(>t"term si'., first prizelor poomin vai-h ol three clasMJIHHI-. J. well as an Honorable dent ion Sponsor of the festival is Vi* Laramore— Rader Poetry Group and Vivian Laramore Rader, its foundar. families Receive Assistance NEW YORK—(\VNS>—The Council of Jewish Federations and Wei-1 fare Funds, in it* 1963 Yearbook' of Jewish Social Services, discloses that an average of 2.000 American Canadian families received filial aid each month in 1962 Jev>.-h family service agenis. Illil tj %  f if Preliminary indues were week named as Harriet Gray Blackwell. Phyllis M. Flaig, Lillian Grant, Hannah Kahn, Ruby Fogel Levkoff. Alice Boyd Stock dale and Stella Weston Tuttle. The three classifications are di high school and parochial school students ol Greater Miami; (2) college students ot Greater Miami. and 131 la> men or interested persons residing in the area Final judges will be Joseph Auslander, nationally-known poet and critic, and Mrs. Rader, poet laureate of the State of Florida. Poems must be original, in any torm and of any length up to 32 lines on any subject. Two copies, typed double space, one signed by Lite author together with his address, should be mailed by Apr. 23. which is regarded as the 400th anniversary of the birth of William Shapespeare. Entries should be addressed directly to Davidson at his home. INSPIRING MODERN, CONSERVATIVE RABBI AVAILABLE will also perform cantoriul & educational duties if necessary. R.C.N., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101 GELB MONUMENTS INC. 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Pacin/ Fcge 14-A +Jewisli fhrkMan ADL in Citation To Standford; Business Session Florida Regional Hoard of the ;i Defamation League of B'nai i ith presented its annual LeonMil L. Abess Human Relations Award to Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of .Miami, on Sunda> at the Everglades Hotel. Dr. Stanford received the League's Southeastern Region award in October. I960, when he w a s president o f Birmingham Southern College. This marks the first time in the history of B'nai iih that any one individual has i n -o honored twice. In accepting the award, both "for himself and professors who have expressed their opinions at the risks of their employment and social ostracism," Dr. Stanford noted the responsibility of administrators and students toward the perpetuation of the integrity of a university "as a forum for free inquiry." ,mong dignitaries present v re yor Robert King High, I S p. Claude Pepper and State Sen Fia. ADL Announces Barney Gorenstein As New Assistant Director Here The Anti-Defamation League ol B'nai B'rith this week announced tl,<> appointment of a new assist ant director in Miami. lie is llarney Gorenstein. who comes here from the national AIM. Oliice in New York, where he was a promotion coordinator. Prior to that post. Gorenstein served in the fund-raising department of the Anti-Detamation League, The new assistant director is a graduate of New York Universitv in television production and direction. Before joining the Anti-Defama tion League, he was a member of the staff of the Federation ol Jewish Philanthropies in New York. For a while, he and his family lived in Winnipeg, Canada, where he was affiliated with the Department of Indian Affairs Gorenstein has published in both F.squire and McLeans Magazines. Friday, March 27, 1964 the latter one of Canada's leading publications. \ He and his wife. Marcia, have three children: Gary 10. Carey and Sari z. They live in North Miami Beach Ad Agency Cited Again For the second consecutive year, the Addy Award tor the best full-color brochure produced locally hat. been awarded to E. J Scheaffer and Associates Adver lising Agency. The Addy Awards presented annually by the Adver tising Club of Greater Miami salute outstanding advertising achievement BARMY GORtNSTtIN \V. C. •('lilt' Herrall. including more than 350 B'nai B'rith constituents ami friends. Prior to the luncheon, the annual board meeting and business sessions was held, and the new slate oi officers for 1964 was presented. The session featured discussion of the cross erected on the Hade Countj Courthouse during the holi-j day seasons <*" "V / / s GALA CRUISES ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIOP S/S FLORIDA NASSAU \ MIAMI TO 3-DAY Cruises $! V FROM 4-DAY Cruises FROM *l ALL OUTSIDE, FIRSTCLASS S'.ITEROOMS! SHIP IS YOUR FLOATING HOTElt k 10W CRUISE FARES INCLUDt: %  All meals—including festive Captain's Dinner! %  full entertainment program—Cruise Director, floor shows, movies, games and prizes, calypso band! I %  Captain's Cocktail Party! %  Continental breakfast! / %  Midnight snacks! %  Duty-free shopping f" on board) / \ \ 1 u f no see your Travel Agent, or r-Traiir-uin on PierNo. 2, BisciyneBIvd. SlOthSt. ol tAmonlr LU. Miami, Florida 33101 fRi -3836 rVmber of the dist'nguished Flatl^r System "70years n pn^tnRer steamsh.p service." WK AT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WK AT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WK AT-FM v* 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M. golfer's biggest holiday bargain on Georgia's fabulous Jekyll Island!!! Every resort luxury at your disposal. Beautiful air-conditioned rooms with sun terraces. Olympic outdoor and indoor pools, fishing, shuirVboard, coffee shop and cafeteria. %  Championship golf course Low rental electric caddy carts • Driving range and practice putting green > 1/4 mile of private, sandy beach > Kitchenette suites for low-budget family holiday, too Social director and children', counsellor Planned entertainment for your complete enjoyment Golfhaven on the Atlantic k *Ocean...ju 8 t 7 miles from Brunswick, Ga. (Uldetet RESORT MOTEL v THE WANDERER RESORT MOTEL JEKYLL ISLAND. 6E0R6IA Please reserve. .room* for a parly af. from -to. (data) (date) Q Send Full-Color Brochure. Name I I I Address. City .Zone. Slate. AAA m DmerS Club m Cirtt Bltnche • AST A



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Hadassah JFK Memorial
Luncheon Will Hear
the
0 oman s
UUorU
2Z222Late April.. "Jewish Floridian
Mff.r i Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah is 'pon.-onn^ a tribute lunch-
eon for the John Fitzgerald Ken
ncdy Memorial Building of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center in Ein Karem, Israel.
Chi red bv Mrs. Ellis Amdur.
the event is scheduled for Mon-
day, Apr. 27. a! the Doral Beach
Hotel. Hadassah members and
friend) wiH be given an opportun-
ity to "ave their names inscribed
in thi Memorial Building to dom-
, onstrate their belief "in the ideals
| and aspirations of our late, great
' President."'
Mrs. Nat Barth. president. Mi-
: ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah,
, will introduce the principal speak
er or the afternoon, Mrs. Moses
P. Enstein. oi the national Hadas-
sah office.
rrogram will also include ex-
cerpts from the "Three Penny
Opera" with members of the ori-
ginal cast.
Mrs. Epstein, frequently de-
scribed as "a dynamic leader of
her people." is at present serv-
ing as national wills and bequest
chairman of Hadassah.
Former editor of the Hadassah
"Newsletter" and member of the
World Zionist Actions PothttH"
Mrs. Epstein was national chair-
man oi Hadassah'.- convention
held in Denver in 1961, and again
in ififis when the convention was
hold in Pittsburgh, Pa.
She has been in Israel 21 limes,
her latest vis'l in 1068, when she
served as chairman Oi dedication
ceremonies ol the "Mother and
Child Pavilion."
A past national president of
Hadassah. during her more than
three decades of public service.
Mrs. Epstein has traveled to vir-
tually every Jewish community in
this country, and has attended
every important Zionist meeting
in the United States and abroad.
Miami. Florida, Friday, March 27, 1964
Sec,;on B
... u j n
bv ISABEL GRCVE

t; lyn and David Hess enter-
tains: at cocktails and dinner
last Saturday night at their
hoi 219() S\V 10th St. Hon-
ored guests were Carolyn's sis-
ter i < I brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Irvin Loth, and Mana Zucca
and r.isband Irwin Cassel .
Oth<; guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Abe KatZ and Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney jUlden ot Hollywood .
Lat< r the Hesses took their
guetfi to hear the Pittsburgh
Symphony Orchestra, and still
later, to a reception where they
met William Steinberg, conduc-
tor c:" the orchestra, and Michael
Bloc piano soloist.
tec
A holiday visit from their two
deb*en granddaughters for the
Samuel A. Rivkinds of the King
Cole Apartments ... A student
at Endicott Junior College, Bev-
erly. Mass.. Sheila Kuth Stein
berg is 19, and sister Lynda El-
len, about to enter George Wash-
ington University in Washington.
D. Cm a year younger Added
treat lor the daughters of the
Morris Steinbergs. Harrison. N.
Y., a week's cruise to Nassau .
The Rivkinds recently celebrated
their 44th wedding anniversary.
Making their first trip to the
Bahamas, Fanny and Philip Sie-
ge! will celebrate five years of
wedded bliss there next week
. Joining them to make the
occasion even more memorable,
devoted friends Mr. and Mrs.
Continued on Page 9-B
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Model Seder table is prepar-
ed by the mother-arid-daughter team of Mrs. Erna Schnee
and Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein (center). Mrs. Leo Levin
(left) is Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Leon Unqer (riqht) was
chairman of the day. Another feature of the meeting last
week was a table decorations demonstration given by Mrs
Solomon B. Goldman and a reading oi Jewish humoi present-
ed by Mrs. Mathew Commanday, both Sisterhood members.
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El honored its
past president at an anniversary luncheon
last week. Left to right are Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
Mrs. Milton Smith, Mrs. George Goldberg,
Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs.
E. Allen Becker, Mrs. Jack J. Falk, Mrs. Harry
G. Rogers. Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mrs. Isadore
Newman, and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, current
Sisterhood president.
PASSOVER GREETINGS may the spirit
of the occasion bring peace and freedom
to all peoples everywhere.

U RD I N



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Hadassah JFK Memorial Luncheon Will Hear the 0

Pnge 1B-A
*. leni it FInrfdKw
Friday. March 2?. 1964,
NOW LEASING
FOR OCTOBER, 1964
OCCUPANCY
ON THE OCEAN
NEXT DOOR TO THE DIPLOMAT HOTEL
Here are a few of the luxury
features that you'll find at
DIPLOMAT TOWERS
Complete Spa & Health Club Facilities
Available.
Climate Master Individually con-
trolled Air Conditioning and Heating
by the Dublin Company. (Heat or
Cool your apartment as you desire.)
Diplomat Towers decorated by
JAMES INTERIORS, INC.
Completely equipped Laundry Rooms
on all floors.
Hiv]e Swimming Pool with Sun Deck.
Landscaped Patio and Tropical
Gardens.
Natural 270-foot golden
Ocean Beach.
24-hour uniformed Doorman Service.
Spacious over-size rooms with tremen-
dous walk-in closets.
The Newest in BRIGGS BEAUTY-
WARE Plumbing fixtures.
All apartments sound conditioned
throughout.
Security Guard in attendance.
COMPARE
THESE RENTALS
1 Bedroom, 1 V* Bath Apartments
$
195
per month
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Apartments
$
Fro i
245
per month
Phone: WA 3 0522 (Miami Wl 5-9422)
RENTAL OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. to 9 P.M
Recreation unlimited with hotel re
sor's, theatres and 9 Goif Courses ir.
the immedicate vicinity.
3-minutes to Gulfstream Race Track
and Hollywood Don Track.
Entertainment and Specialty Shops ir
the neighboring Diplomat Hotel.
Deep sea fishing at your door.
Thrill-packed Jai Alai at nearby Dania
Fronton.
Only minutes to Lincoln Road, Miam
Beach 163rd St. Shopping Center
Miami Ft. Lauderdale and all shop
ping.
The newest of G.E. Kitchens. Equip
ped with Refrigerator, Garbage Dis
posal. Dishwasher, Separate Oven *ne
Range.
Illuminated Kitchen and dressing
room ceilings.
Magnificent marble and paneled lobb-
with front Reception Desk.
Carpeted corridors.
Card room for your comfort and
leisure.
Party and meeting room for you
convenience.
Coffee shop in building for you an;
your guests.
Bantam supermarket within the cor
fines of the building.
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fERS
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Pnge 1B-A *•. leni it FInrfdKw Friday. March 2?. 1964, NOW LEASING FOR OCTOBER, 1964 OCCUPANCY ON THE OCEAN NEXT DOOR TO THE DIPLOMAT HOTEL Here are a few of the luxury features that you'll find at DIPLOMAT TOWERS • Complete Spa & Health Club Facilities Available. • Climate Master — Individually controlled Air Conditioning and Heating by the Dublin Company. (Heat or Cool your apartment as you desire.) • Diplomat Towers decorated by JAMES INTERIORS, INC. • Completely equipped Laundry Rooms on all floors. • Hiv]e Swimming Pool with Sun Deck. • Landscaped Patio and Tropical Gardens. • Natural 270-foot golden Ocean Beach. • 24-hour uniformed Doorman Service. • Spacious over-size rooms with tremendous walk-in closets. • The Newest in BRIGGS BEAUTYWARE Plumbing fixtures. • All apartments sound conditioned throughout. • Security Guard in attendance. COMPARE THESE RENTALS 1 Bedroom, 1 V* Bath Apartments $ 195 per month 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Apartments $ Fro i 245 per month Phone: WA 3 0522 (Miami Wl 5-9422) RENTAL OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. to 9 P.M • Recreation unlimited with hotel re sor's, theatres and 9 Goif Courses ir. the immedicate vicinity. • 3-minutes to Gulfstream Race Track and Hollywood Don Track. • Entertainment and Specialty Shops ir the neighboring Diplomat Hotel. • Deep sea fishing at your door. • Thrill-packed Jai Alai at nearby Dania Fronton. • Only minutes to Lincoln Road, Miam Beach — 163rd St. Shopping Center Miami — Ft. Lauderdale and all shop ping. • The newest of G.E. Kitchens. Equip ped with Refrigerator, Garbage Dis posal. Dishwasher, Separate Oven *ne Range. • Illuminated Kitchen and dressing room ceilings. • Magnificent marble and paneled lobbwith front Reception Desk. • Carpeted corridors. • Card room for your comfort and leisure. • Party and meeting room for you convenience. • Coffee shop in building for you an; your guests. • Bantam supermarket within the cor fines of the building. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED MODEL APARTMENT NOW OPEN KJ KITCHENS and APPLIANCES fERS a luxury residence at sensible rentals 3505 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA Call for Free Chauffered Transportation to Model Apartment |



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r 0(/< ovnan s "WorU Hadassah JFK Memorial Luncheon Will Hear Mrs. Epstein Late April JeWlSll Floridlail Mir.r i Beach Chapter of Hadassah is sponsoring a tribute luncheon lo; the John Fitzgerald Ken ncdy Memorial Building of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Ein Karem, Israel. Chi irtd bv Mrs. Ellis Amdiir. the event is scheduled for Monday. Apr. 27. at the Doral Beach Hole!. Hadassah members and friend* wiD be given an opportunity to 'ave their names inscribed in th( Memorial Building to demm *1 MS. MOSES fPSTfIN onstrate their belief "in the ideals j and aspirations of our late, great President." Mrs. Nat Barth. president. Mi! ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, i will introduce the principal speaker or the afternoon. Mrs. Moses P. Enstein. ot the national Hadassah office. I frogram will also include ex| eerpts from the 'Three Penny Opera" with members of the ori; ginal cast. | Mrs. Epstein, frequently described as "'a dynamic leader of her people." is at present serving as national wills and bequest Chairman of Hadassah. Former editor of the Hadassah "Newsletter" and member of the World Zionist Actions no*nn *t Mrs, Epstein was national chairman 01 Hada&ah's convention held in Denver In 1961. and again In 1C62 when the convention was held in Pittsburgh, Pa. She has been in Israel 21 times, her latest vis't in 196'J. when she served as chairman ol dedication ceremonies of the "Mother and Child Pavilion." A past national president of Hadassah. during her more than three decades of public service. Mrs. Epstein lias traveled to virtually every Jewish community in this country, and has attended every important Zionist meeting in the United States and abroad. Miami. Florida. Friday, March 27, 1964 Sec'ion B Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El honored its past president at an anniversary luncheon last week. Left to right are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Milton Smith, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. ... u i J n bv ISABEL GROVE t; lyn and David Hess enter taintc at cocktails and dinner la.-t Saturday night at their home 2190 S\V 10th St. Honored guests were Carolyn's sister ; ..I brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Loth, and Mana Zucca and .".'.isband Irwin Cassel Otht: guests were Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katl and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gulden of Hollywood Later the Hessea took their guerti to hear the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and still later, to a reception where they met William Steinberg, conductor c:" the orchestra, and Michael Bloc piano soloist. A oliday visit from their two debieen granddaughters for the Samuel A. Rivkinds of the King Cole Apartments ... A student at Endicott Junior College, Beverly. Mass.. Sheila Ruth Steinheris 19, and sister Lynda El len. about to enter George Wash ington University in Washington. D. C. a year younger Added treat lor the daughters of the Morris Steinbergs, Harrison. N. Y., week's cruise to Nassau The Rivkinds recently celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary. Making their first trip to the Bahamas, Fanny and Philip Siege) will celebrate five years of wedded bliss there next week Joining them to make the occasion even more memorable, devoted friends Mr. and Mrs. Continued on Page 9-B r Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Model Seder table is prepared by the mother-and-daughter team oi Mrs^ Erna bennee and Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein (center). Mrs. Leo .Levin (left) is Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Leon Unger (rianti was chairman of the day. Another ieature oi the meeting last week was a table decorations demonstration given by Mrs. Solomon B. Goldman and a reading of Jewish humoi presented by Mrs. Mathew Commanday, both Sisterhood jnemDer^ E. Allen Becker, Mrs. Jack J. Falk, Mrs. Harry G. Rogers, Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mrs. Isadore Newman, and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, current Sisterhood president. PASSOVER GREETINGS may the spirit of the occasion bring peace and freedom to all peoples everywhere. %  unMiin* fMhiona BURDI 1ST



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Fage 2-B JeisHnhricfiar Friday. March 27. 1964 PaSSOVer Service Committee Members listed At Mount Sinai Mt Sinai Hospital tr* offer an abbreviated Passover service for ambulatory patients on Friday uf ternoon preceding the formal beginning ot the Passover Holidays. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Menorah. will conduct the services in the hospital cafeteria. All patients who wish to attend. having received permission from heir doctors, will be escorted by volunteers of Mt. Sinai. Members of the hospital staff tree to attend will also be invited. According to Samuel Gertner, ixecutive director, tables will be et with the traditional Passover md matzoh, wine and cake. At a reception honoring Founders of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, at the home of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Left to right are Leo Rutstein, Southern Regional director for Technion. Mrs. Grossinger, presenting the plague :o Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Trachtenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Friedman, and Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the South Dade Chapter. Technion is the largest engineering college in the Middle East and trains scientists and technologists from all lands. J TMf STOII WITH THI >lOiD ll'H A I jm's barton selection has ereruthina far uaur Passarer table For welcome gifts at Passover, A. Passover Bartonettes 2,2,'t B. Passover Favorites 2.10 C. Matzoh Balls 1M D. Seven Layer Cake I.9B BARTONS BONBONNIEPE first floor, miami, FR 4-7251 first floor, fort lauderdale, LO 6-9601 BARTONS Chayele Grober To be Presented International star Chayele Gro er. of Israel's Habimah Theatre. ill be presented in a concert ot liddish and Hebrew drama on Wednesday. 8 30 p.m.. at the Belaire Hotel Aids Yaslow. pianist, will be at, ompanist. Recently returned from a Canadian tour. Mi.-Grober. author. television and recording artist, will appcr locally under the man, zemenl ol Ruth Brotman. Members of Temple Zamor, Journal Committee include Arthur Deutsch. president of the Temple Morris MoekowitZ, treasurer. David Kivel and Abraham Goldstone. The 14th year of the journal program the event will be climaxed at the Temple's annual banquet in Mav Women Attorneys To View Law Lesal auestions of interest to senior citizens will be discussed at a public forum on Monday. 8 p.m.. in the Ocean Fro"t Auditor mm. 10th St. and Ocean Dr. Sponsored by the Florida Astoria. tion of Women Lawyers as a pur> lie service nr^en'a^on. there will be no admission char.' Anna Brenner Meyers will act as moderator, and questiontrcm the floor will follow brief talks outlining the law. Speakers will incluge Judge Mai tie Belle Davis. "Traffi< Safety:" Edith Held Cooper. "Property Rights:" Jo Dunn Dolai Will's and Estates;" Helen Schottens "Guardianship and Commitment Procedures tor Mental and Physical Incapacity." Adele T West er. "Divorce and Propertj merits:" ('.ladyIrene White Accident Suit" COVERS 100 MILES : • i ;! OF MORTGAGE MONEY "i a r^nerojs-share of it may be fcr you !if you're within 100 miles of out Miami Beach headquarters! —because WASHINGTON FEDERAL has the funds and is eager to invest town in virtually every type of first mortgage loon: r:ome loans to build or buy... cooperative and condominium apartment loans... commercial property loans... loans to refinance and unlock equity... land acquisition and development loans. This is a big jmbrella-to match WASHINGTON FEDERAL'S race setting growth. Of course, i! can't cover our whole wonderful world of service to both savers and borrowers. Bjt it symbolizes the coverage cf your mortgage needs —and it's mighty comfortable in today's firunciai weather. Why not come in and talk things over? WASHINGTON (ft) FEDERAL SHIMS „i HI! ASSOCIATION Of MltUI MACK 1701 Meridian A*e.1234 Washington Ave • 1133 Normandy D' JE 8-84 52 699 N. E 167th St.. 945-7675 H In Broward County dial direct Uckson 4-4077 JACK D GORDON ARTHUR H. COUWSHON Cfami'tn of f*> Board



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Friday, March 27. 1964 vJewlst UTr.rSclimr) Paqe 3-3 T Making Preparations For Summer Scholarship Program m Irwin Christie and Martin White have been appointed co-chairmen of the Miami YMHA's Annual Scholarship Night, it was announced by Hersehel Rosenthal, president of the branch. Held annually to raise funds to provide scholarships for needy children to attend summer camp, the affair is slated for Apr. 18, 8:30 p.m., in the Everglades Hotel. Serving on th? eonmattea -arc Marvin Gillman. George A. Simon Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, Mrs. Sid Nabutovsky, Arthur Stein. Mrs. Hersehel Rosenthal. Stanley Spieler, Mrs. Stanley Spieler, Max Waas, Dr. Jack Amazon, Dr. Mar tin Rosenthal, Sam Gordon. MrSam Gordon, Louis Wechslcr. In charge of reservations iMrs. Hersehel Rosenthal. Getting ready for the annual Scholarship Night Saturday, Apr. 18, is 'he Planning Committee for this annual fun and games event sponsored by the Miami YMHA. Seated (left to right) are Marvin Gillman, Irwin Christie, co-chairman, and Dr. Jack Amazon. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, Maxwell Waas, Mrs. Hersehel Rosenthal, and Dr. and Mrs. Martin Rosenthal. Not shown is Martin Whi'e, co-chairman. Standard Brands Offers Haggadah A 44-page booklet entitled "Haggadah for the American Family" ; is being distributed without charge by Standard Brands, Inc., to as-1 sist Jewish families in the observ-i ance of Passover from sundown | Mar. 28 through Apr. 4. This year, | Planters Peanut Oil has joined the four Standard Brands' beverages, I Regular Chase & Sanborn Coffee, I Instant Chase & Sanborn Coffee, Tender Leaf Tea and Instant Tender Leaf Tea, which have made the booklet available in the past. Jewish families gather around traditionally-set tables on the first two nights of the holiday to participate in elaborate and ceremonial feasts known as the First Seder and Second Seder. The edition of the Haggadah made available by Standard Brands, Inc., contains English translations, as well as the Hebrew text for the Seder service. It also includes a detailed description of the symbolic foods which are a part of the ceremony. While the supply lasts, the booklet, "Haggadah tor the American Family," is available without! charge at grocery stores and su-: permarkets that carry Chase &, Sanborn Conees, Tender Leaf Teas and Planters Peanut Oil. If the I booklet is not in evidence at your (tore or supermarket, just ask the j grocer or store manager to request it for you.—S.T. W^Mff*^fffUfftff^tffUffUffffUMfUffffff^ftfUffffU^^UM/U//M/MW JEFFERSON/MS It's nice to have good things, but it's nicer to do them. Thomas Jefferson, for example, drafted the Declaration of Independence on a portable desk which ha built himself. The desk wasn't much ... but the document is history. Here at JEFFERSON NATIONAL we have mighty elegant new quarters and fine desks, if we say so ourselves. But as Jefferson's namesake, we'll stake our future on the good work they help us perform. Naturally, that means making loans... liberal loans for useful purposes. We're almost as close as the next minute when it comes to county-wide convenience. But we're not at all "close" when it comes to lending money. And that's a fact we'd like you to discover for yourself. JEFFERSON,,NATIONAL BANK OP ••f^* ; MIAMI BEACH 301-4H1 Strt (ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD) at Pintr Driva Phoo: Jtfron 2-6*31 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT VENETIAN WAY PASK FREE! SHOP MONDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS TIV 9:3$ i •'" % %  M THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FLAIR extends best wishes for a Happy Passover



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Page 4-B +Jeist fhrkttan Friday. March 27, 1964 CAME TO LIFE 'Chai Luncheon' Set for Apr. 7 At the Eden Roc The traditional Women's Division Sl8-miniimum Chai Luncheon on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal will take place at the Eden Roc Hotel on Tuesay. Apr. 7, it was announced by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chairman. The dual meaning of the word 'Chai' signifying both $18 and life, illustrates not only the importance of Combined Jewish Appeal but the ways in which our luncheon will help the people around the corner and around the world," she said. "Our theme is 'Come to Life and Wake Up and Live,' and I invite everyone to join us in support of the campaign on Apr. 7," Mrs. Lehman added. Daniel Neal Heller, a leader in the Combined Jewish Appeal drive, anl national commander of th. Jewish War Veterans, will be luncheon speaker. A participan in the first Young Leadershii Mission to Israel sponsored by th. United Jewish Appeal in 1961, h. has served as Florida State chaii man of the National Young Leadership Campaign Cabinet of tli. I .'A Heller will relate his impres B, made when he was a gues Bi the Eichmann trial, and also as a leader of the Jewish War Veterans. A Committee of Cooordinator repre.-enting the leading Jewish women's organizations in the com munity is planing the participation ol their membership in the Chai Luncheon on behalf of CJA. An outstanding program is planned, and entertainment will put a final touch on the event on behalf of the Women's Division CJA Drive. fl'.l v., II.I.'H v I I •' i; %  __, Enjoying the view from the Regency rool are Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chairman of the Women's Division Chai Luncheon, and Hrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, hostess for a meeting of the Luncheon Committee. The luncheon for contributions to the Women's Division of S18 and over will take place at the Eden Roc Hotel on Tuesday, Apr. 7. ORT Mobilizes For CJAppeal Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman of peal, and at the same time inOreanization Boards for the Worn-1 creased knowledge of the work of ens Division of Combined Jewthe 57 agencies of CJA both at ish Appeal, held a meeting at her home and abroad." home last week. 3168 Pairie Ave., I ^djJsi.M/s. Glasser: "On Apr. for ORT Regional" atRT' B6aTn*i"7 the Women's Division v ill hold members. j its $18 minimum Chai Luncheon •Mrs Herman Howard, chairman %  the Eden Roc Hotel, and among for ORI's Combined Jewish Ap-, the leading participants *H] be peal drive, has given this project members of these organisations her utmost cooperation," accord-1 and their boards, ing to Mrs. Glasser. I Mrs. Glasser said that "the' start made by ORT gives promise for an outstanding project, bringing additional participation in support of Combined Jewish ApDecorations and Reservations Committee for the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division Chai luncheon, whose theme is "Wake Up and Live," are (left to right) Mrs. Larry Friedland, Mrs. Bernard Abel, Mrs. Sam Wiesen and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. The function will be Apr. 7 at the Eden Roc Hotel. Beach PTA Election Meeting Set for Apr. 7 PTA of Miami Beach Senior High School invites all members to attend the annual open election meeting on Tuesday. Apr. 7, in the school auditorium at 8 p.m. Nominating committee will submit the following slate of officers for 1964-65. and elections will follow : President, Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg; president elect. Mrs. Theodore Kipnis; vice presidents, Mrs. iahag Giritlian,-Mrs. M ll Rosenhouse, Mrs. William Lee, Mrs Louis Gidney; treasurers, Mrs Harrj Sley, Mrs. Larrj Friedland; secretaries, Mr-. Theodore struhl. Mrs. Harold Zinn. Highlighting the program will be ;i student fashion show pre-, sented hy Miss Anna Blattner, home economics teacher, a student project exhibit in art and industrial art, and selections by the school orchestra under the Super vision of Warren Signor, Refreshments will be served in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan, president of the PTA. will conduct the meeting. MMJOY KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS STKICTLY KOSHflt FOR PASSOVER I tvokh 1^3 100 o PURE BEEF PRODUCTS • Frnkwrtri • Caraad • • Pattraml • Kaackwartt • %  •paarad !•• • Salami • livar Sauiag* • loloyn. THI V,IGH OF QIMUTTI KOSHER ZION SAUSACl COMPANY Of. CHICAGO r HADING GIOCfDffS (ISMUMWTS. OCUOirfSSfNS AND !UPf AMgKfM *~1 e. PASSOVER GREETINGS DADE COUNTY DAIRIES, INC THE FINEST MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS UNDER STRICT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION nos 1 ? —HUD KOSHER FOR PASSOVER 1964 AVAILABLE AT ALL LEADING INDEPENDENT GROCERIES, DELICATESSENS AND BAKERIES ********************* HEALTH and ENERGY IN EVERY GLASS Office: 7350 N.W. 30th Avenue, Miami 47. Fla. DADE COUNTY DAIRIES /



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Friday, March 27, 1964 %  -Jewis* fhridton Page 5-B GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS GRAND UNION RKETS Your nearby GRAND UNION MARKET has a fine selection of KOSHER FOODS FOR PASSOVER to complete your holiday menu. Wi SEASHORE POPULAR BRANDS MATZO 5 LB. PACKAGE SPECIAL LOW HOLIDAY PRICES Borschf 23c COTT Beverages 2 33c 15c Farmer Cheese 19c GOLD'S or TUIKOFF Horseradish FRIENDSHIP WATIO or CARE MEAL 19c SOUPMUTS^ SPONGECAKE 99c FARFEl STRE.rS-PKHTWS'SOI. HONEY or ROKEACHJfYJFil 91 2 oz. 45c WINES Mogen David 1 0 9 Manischewitz I 0 9 L'Koved... Fifth 89 c STREITS MOTHER'S MANISCHEWITZ White Fish 2 LBS 89 <



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'age G-B f Jkn<#<#y ftnrktiktn Friday. March 27, 1964 \Y Smiling happily are (left to right) Mrs. Hilda Lazarus, Mrs. Max Rosing and Mrs. Herman Goodman as they check the capacity crowd attending the Beth David Sisterhood benefit :heater party at Coconut Grove Playhouse last Sunday evening. Mrs. Louis SePlin, president of Sisterhood, announced .hat the benefit was a "complete success." Clinic School Subject of Mag A seven-page article in the April fesue of Pageant Magazine has i<>i ised national attention on the < pti Mrs. Club of .Miami Beach scholarship program for emotion. Ij disturbed children. The .-lory, devoted to the MontI iari Clinical School in Hialeah, : ighlights the club's activities and I he role they have played in the care and rehabilitation of many disturbed children in the Dade, county area. The group presently! maintains scholarships for 23' youngsters, I Mrs. Murray Sonnett. club presi-1 int. reports that "fan mail" is I iready pouring in to ••Monty" and' STEAKS FROZEN & BOXED 8 PRIME N.Y. BONELESS STRIP STEAKS 32.50 AGED 3 WEEKS 11 PRIME FILET MIGNON STEAKS 22.50 AGED 3 WEEKS 8 CHOICE N.Y. BONELESS STRIP STEAKS 12 PRIME CLUB STEAKS 22.50 AGED 3 WEEKS 16.75 AGED 3 WEEKS THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH—JE 8-1861 (OPEN FVfNINCS VONDAV THRU 5ATURDAV iSUNMr 'III 6 P.M. the Opti-Mr.v Club from as far away as Sioux Falls. S. D. The club also recently completed an educational color slide-film on emotionally-disturbed children which will be available to service and civic organizations, as well as PTA's upon request. Information regarding the film may be obtained by calling Mrs. Seymour Silverman. Pioneer Women Schedule Events Next Week Mrs. Ida Liftman, presklent of Pioneer Women. Club 2. has called a special session for Monday. 8 p.m.. at the Farband Center, 842 Washington Ave. The function will serve as a "welcome" for Mrs. Sarah Singer, a former member from Oakland. Calif. Mrs. Dora Offenhenden. president of Beba Idelson Club, will conduct a regular monthly meet-! ing on Thursday. Apr. 2, at 12:30 ; p.m.. at the Washington Federal Building, 1133 Normandy Dr. A report on the recent donor luncheon and election of officers for the coming year will be on the business agenda. Dr. Celia Davis, cultural chairman, will sneak on current events. HOLIDAY GREETINGS RENT ROLLAWAY BED or BABY BED for Your Unexcepted Guests RENT Card Table, Chairs, Banquet Table UNITED RENT-ALLS 6981 CORAL WAY Ph. 221-6422 COMPLIMENTS OF PLAGER BROS. 2340 N.W. 27th AVE. NE 5-0905 •HHIMX A HOTEL 6985 Collins Ave. & Ocean "Home of the World-Famous Dream Bar" Managing Director JOHN J. KELLY ,.. itt J^cop/c and Jp l aces ... A STRANGE COINCIDENCE The two Goldstein boys entered the Optimist oratorical contest, each one in a diflerent area. B.B. waited outside for Buck: out he came with a trophy Grace wailed outside tor Johnny: out he came with .i trophy JUNE WILL BE HERE SOON June i> "hen Mary, daughter of Ada and Jack Abbott, "ill wad Peter Hess. In her honor. Natalie (Mrs. Melvyn) Frumkes had a luncheon in the Louis 1'hillipe Room of the Fontainchleau Hotel. It was all in pink and red. with placecards made by the hostess herself. Lee (Mrs. Stephen) earner sang a medley of love songs, and then canasta held full sway. Among guests were Mrs. Maurice Kohen. Mrs. Aaron Eustei. Mis. David Miller. Mrs. Earl Portnoy, Mrs. Sydney Weinstock, Mrs. William llerin, Mrs. M. R. Morris and Mrs. Nathan Rood, who is getting ready to go around the world. IT'S THE SHAPE THAT COUNTS Madeline i Mrs. Joseph i Ketsky had a lunch eon at the Fontair.ehleau Hotel. The Louis Phillipe Room lends itself so well to luncheons. The horseshoe shaped table, all pink, red and blue, seated many guests, among them Mrs. Herman Wepman. Mrs William i Miami Beach) Brenner. Mrs. Hitter Levenson. Mrs. Herbert Gimbel, Mrs. Barthold Strauss and Mrs. Sam Moll. Cards and mah jong followed. LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART It was such fun at Mollie (Mrs. Sol) Silver mans luncheon party at the Algiers Hotel. In the luncheon party at the Algiers Hotel. In the Scheherazade Room at the square-shaped table all in yellow, seated among others were Mrs. Charles Frutchman. Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Joseph Nash, Mrs. Morris lima 1 Mrs. Helen Sparber, MrHay K.mliinaii. Mrs. Sarah Greenberg, Mn Ralph Kaplan. Mrs. Harold Spaet am Mrs, Louis Glasser, bemoaning the fact that her daughter had the measl.w MrJack Katzroan and Mrs. Ida Aishuler, along with Trudy Hamerschlag, were deep in conversation. Helen Rosenthal played and sang all of the nostalgic songs. She was joined by Shari (Mrs. Larry Siiverman and Ida Roller Marks. BRUNCH AT THE ALGIERS It was the 44th wedding anniversary, and Lee and Joe Silverman entertained their many in and-out-of-town friends with a Sunday brunch at the Algiers Hotel Among guests were Miriam and Chic Gelfand. of Havertown. Pa., Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Labovitz. Mr. and Mrs. Al Roth. Mr and Mrs. Fred Deutsch, Dr. and Mrs. Ben Fabric. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paulshock. Mrs. Alice Plncus, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Shau, Mrs. Henrietta Fine and Mrs. Fannie Sklar. A PARTY TO END ALL PARTIES Wayne Cypen was Bar Mitzvah. and Beverly Cypen was Bas Mitzvah; SO their parents Hazel and Judge Irving Cypen. and Mildred and lien jamin Cypen. honored the two cousins at a reception at (lie Deauville Hotel. It was a gay (lien. Ij party Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman were talking to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers and Kenneth Myers. At the ice-figured bullet table were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckernick, Mr. and Mrs Milton Feller, the Herbert Shapiros and Ted Goldsteins. Batching it were Chuck Hall—his wife remained home recuperating from all the excitement—and Alex Gordon's Sally had the (hi. Also seen were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feldman. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arthur. —FRANCES LEHMAN HAPPY NEW TASTE! It's wonderful what a cup of Instant Chase &Sanborn gives you! The extra flavor, extra aroma, extra richness of pure coffee nectar-the richness that's been missin g in instant coffees. No wonder so many Jewish families serve Instant Chase &. Sanbornthe extra-rich coffee. Delicious! Enjoy some soon. Purs coffee nectar —rich coffee essences 'rom the finest Colombian beans Instant Chase & Sanborn...A nachas & geshmak CMASt i SANBON-K,NE GOPPM8 IOW ,00 YfcANS.



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Friday. March 27, 1964 Jew!si) Fh>ridHain Pago 7-B Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, presents the beautifully-illustrated deluxe edition of the Arthur Szyk Haggadah to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sussman and Mrs. Jerry Sussman (left). The two women were honored by the Hebrew Academy Women at a mother-daughter luncheon held recently at the Deauville Hotel. Brezin. president, will meet at the home of Mrs. Burton Goldstein. 36 W. Ilivo Alto Dr., tor luncheon at noon. Celebration of Community Services iiiumn will be climaxed by the selection of a "Queen for the Day." Lincoln Division, Mrs. Ellas l'<>hen, president, will meet at 12:30 p.m., at the Sea Gull Hotel. Marvin Schreiber will speak on the opera tion of Senior Centers. Inc.. which he serves as director. He will be assisted by Miss Joan Levy, group work director at Malcolm Ross Day Center. The Malcolm Ross Orchestra and Men's choral Group will entertain. a Shores Division, Mrs. Burton Goldberg, president, will meet at Westview Country Club for noon buffet luncheon. Meeting will start at 1 p.m. An original musical by M r s Bernard Streit, entitled "Thank Heaven for Volunteers" will be presented with Mrs. James Rodenberg, accompanist. Participants "ill be Mes:ames Larry Kassman, Lawrence Brant, Gordon Bngel, Robert Levin, Martin Kahn, and Bernard Epworth. South Dade Division, Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, president, will meet at Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, 10313 S. Dixie Hwj at 9:30 a.m. A skit honoring volunteers will be presented by members. Cooking Contest Planned Apr. 8 First annual taste and tell luncheon and cooking contest given by the South Dade Chapter of the National Children's CardiacHospital is slated for Wednesday noon, Apr. 8. at the hospital. Fa-hion show of summer and cruise wear, sponsored by "Tiki" of Dadcland and coordinated by Mrs. Herman Marks, will oe presented. Judges for cooking contest are Miss Virginia Heffington, Miami Herald Home Making Editor; Miss Jackie Fierce, WTVJ; Miss Mollie Turner. WLBW; Miss Bertha Cochran Hahn, Miami News i Food Editor: Nathan Kramer, owner of Gourmet Restaurant Of Hollywood. Chairing the afternoon will be Mrs. Gerald Gach. National Council of Jewish Women To Honor Volunteer Service of Members "Council volunteers, helping to build a healthier community by providing services that affect a great number of people, will be honored at all division meetings of National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Section," according to Mrs. Raymond Rubin. Section president. Groups havealso scheduled election of Section and division officers. Bay Division, Mrs. S. Charles Fisher, president, will meet at the Balmoral Hotel at 12:30 p.m., for Passover cake and coffee Service volunteers will be honored, among them Mrs. Max May, who will receive a disc for more than 1,000 hours of service. The Choral Group from the Jewish Home for the Aged, under the direction of Mrs Sally Manne, will entertain. • • Coral Division, Mrs. Irving L. Wexler, president, will meet at Temple Beth Am Youth Lounge at 12 30 p.m. A musical tribute to service volunteers called "Never [ on Wednesday" will be presented. Evening Division, Mrs. Ernest Andich, president, will meet at the home of Mrs. Sidney Richman. 737 Paradise Ave., at 8:15 p.m. Volunteer recognition and awards will be a feature of the evening. "On Being Jewish: Questions j We Face Together but Alone," will be subject for study and discussion. Indian Creek Division, Mrs. Michael Mersel. president, will meet at the Venetian Isle Motel, Venetian Causeway, at 12:30 p.m. Program will be "Orchids to Volunteers" and entertainment by Indian Creek's musical group under the direction of Mrs. Jonas Brot man. Mrs. Theodore Berman, Section vice president of Public Affairs, will give her impressions of Councils Washington Institute. Islands Division, Mrs. David KOSHER FOR ALL OCCASIONS PL 4-4521 <. — HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS DELICIOUS NO FAT or SUGAR is used in the making HONEY being the only Sweetening! BUY A LOAF TODAY! IT IS GOOD FOR YOU! AT yOU* HtALTH FOOD ST0, MARKIT OR WAIGMN'S ^ KOSHER FOR PASSOVER !" ^ Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen TETLEY TEA tN A G1ASS That's the fine old Jewish vvay to enjoy tea at its finest...Tetley Tea... richer in taste... served in a glass or cup f^ • .OF HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, HOSPITALS, g MEAT MARKETS AND CATERERS S ?04f not &**dU Strictly Kosher, Evisc. POULTRY! 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Page 8-B if-nist fhridllain Friday, March 27, 1964 <2/n the r^ealnt of <>^ociet\f Spaets Reveal Betrothal of Daughter To Eric Kaufman at Dinner Party All.-M I MISS CAROLYN SPACT At a family dinner party last Saturday, Judge and Mrs. Harold Bernhardt Spaet. of Rivo Alto Island, announced the engagement of their daughter. Carolyn Marion, to Eric Boyce Kaufman. The future bridegroom is the son oi Mr. an.1 Mrs. Albert Kaufman. 5-130 Alton Rd. His maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Myron Proser. Erie. Pa., and his paternal grandparents. Mrs. Samuel Kaufman and the late Mr. Kaufman, of Miami Beach. The bride-elect, whose nickname is •Lucky." is a graduate of the Lear School and a lreshman at the University of Miami. Her fiance, in his senior year, is an honor student at the University and plans to enter the College of Law in September. No date has been set for the wedding. U of M Students Are Betrothed Miss Judith Ellen Gold and Her fiance is an alumnus of MiStuart Nussbaum, both students at ;-mi Beach High and will graduate Ihi University of Miami are bein January from the University oi thed. Miami Business School. Announcement ol the engagemenl is made by the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Gold. 2350 SW 28th St Parents of tne prospective ondegrcom arc Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nu-sbaum. 361 Jefferson Ave. A graduate of Miami Senior High, Gold attended the University oi Florida and will graduate next vear from the University of Miami School of Education. \\ r K.I itn ,'1f?S. WARREN ELAW Blotts Holiday In Nassau Tour Mr. an I Mrs. Warren Blatt arc taking a trip to Nassau for their honeymoon. The former Marilyn Mindell and her new husband exchanged nuptiala vows on Sunday. Mar. 22. at the Balmoral Hotel. Rabbi Max Lipschitz performed the early afternoon ceremony, which was lolloped by a reception at the hotel. For the wedding, the bride wore a floor-length sheath of pure silk with lace and pearl embroidery styled with a detachable train and two roses at the back. A rhinostone and pearl headpiece held the imported illusion veil, and the bridal bouquet was an arrangement of orchids, roses and carnations. Attending the couple were Vickie Klieger. maid of honor, Elaine Anixt. Phyllis Schor, bridesmaids, and Sandra Klieger. flower girl. Best man was Jerome Blatt. with Sheldon Kleinberg, Howard BerkOWltl and Steve Epstein serving ;igroomsmen. Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Eugene Damsker, 131 ME 175th St.. the new Mrs. Blatt is an education major at the University ol Miami Her husband, a pharmacist, is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and R.ho Pi Phi Fraternities. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Gus Blatt. 175 S. Shore Dr. The couple u ill live i" North Miami. MISS MARliNt RABINOV: Rabinovitz, Levy Plan for '65 Rites A 1965 June wedding is planned bj Marlene Iniz Rabino: and Richard L. Levy, both studeol the University ol Miami. The luture bride is Ili.ter of Mrs. Beatrice R.. ^\ of Sheboygan, Wise, and r'.ie late .Morns Rabinovitz. Her fiance i< the ><>n of • Albert E Roscnthal, 5100 E 7th Ave and the !at" Sol J. I. Majoring in elementary education, Miss Rabii o\ itz is her ol Phi Sigm i Sigma sorority. An accounting najor, Lev) is affilii K th Del i ma Pi, pn.ic-rat rt J GREETINGS BLY'S GARAGE General Repairs All Models 232 SW 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 1 6804 PASSOVER GREETINGS Superior M)ry Weaning, ine. PUNT mmd OFFICES 2004 NE 2nd AVE. Miami Phone FR 3-0541 A Time to Remember .: %  %  PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL from Stan Froman A UNITED AUTO RENTALS, INC. 1613 ALTON ROAD Meant Boach. IE 8-0437 GREETINGS M. CAMUS HOOI IM, Since 1921 260 NE 24th STREET MIAMI Phone FR 4-8091-PL 9-5468 • A Time to Give Thanks The Commemoration of PASSOVER i ?"' WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE MHU1H l M*l %  % %  1MB KEIF ** •*



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ruutJ lll-i; Page 10-B +Jewish ncridian RUTH Ruth Greenfield as a six months-old babe in arms moved irom Key West to a thriving Miami when there was still a train that linked the two towns together. She started to play the piano when she was five years old. but the important milestone came when she began to study with Mana Zucca. She majored in music in college, but took time off to become a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority at the University of Miami. She received her BA and Master's Degree from Michigan. While there, she wrote music for the Drama Department. A classical pianist. Ruth excelled in writing musical comedies. She still spends a lot of time composing. After teaching music at the University of Miami for two years. Ruth went to Paris to study with Nadia Boulanger. Back in the States, she had known Aronld Greenfield, the boy who lived around the corner, a college friend of her brother's who was always lurking around the Wolkow.-ky home. His tolks, from Canada, are Lillian and the late Charles Greenfield. Arnold came to Paris to study painting. They were married. Their seventeen months of life together in Paris on the Left Bank was a fairy tale. They went to Classes, were Bohemian to the tips of their fingers, talked French even if they couldn't understand each other all the time, took weekend trips to Luxemburg and thereabouts in their little car. All along. Ruth bore in mind the advice of her par cnts. Freda and Ike Wolkowsky, "who were my best music critics." Freda still asks her daily if she's practiced. At last their money ran out; they sold the car and came home and settled down. The lour children, Charlie. Timonthy, Frank and Alice, have grown up in the memory of that wonderful time, and it is the Greenfields' urgent desire to take them all to Europe so they can duplicate the fascinating adventures of their parents. The Greenfields live in an old rambling house that belonged to Ruth's grandmother in Spring Gardens. Ruth describes it as a "Frank Lloyd Wrong." The house is filled with paintings they have bought and collected. All of Arnold's paintings have been hung, and many a crack has been covered in th's exciting way. Ruth claims she ia derelict housekeeper, but who wants to eat on the floor, anyway' Arnold does the cooking; in fact, he is well-known for his famous sauces and French cuisine Now. there's lit tie time left for painting: he's a practicing attorney. when she first returned to Miami. Ruth was commis sioned to write music for the Ring Theater and the Ballet Company. But she had long nurtured a dream: an ait center without regard to race, color or creed, and where art, itself, could be color blind. So the Fine Arts Conservatory, offering courses to all age Limps from be ginners through advanced studies in music, art, drama and dance, was born in 1951. Ruth was the founder and is still director. While Ruth has been invaluable in organizing the Conservatory, she readily admits thut in her own home she is a disorganize!'. The Greenfields are a great family of readers, and after Ruth tidies up the library, she teels that she has done her housekeeping for the day. Their children are growing up with a sense of poetry in their lives Arnold, trying to bring the classics to them, readto the children every night. Summer time, they pile into their big camper and go traveling throughout the United States, enjoying the dust and dirt, the making of fires, the living off the land. They all store up enerhy and pounds, so that when the summer ends, they are ready to pop right back into the exciting life they all lea:!. At the apex is Ruth's dream that lias come true—the Fine Arts Conservatory. Ross Couple Will Live on Beach Susan Carol Shenwcather and Michael Steven Ross exchanged nuptial vows on Friday. Mar. 20. at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi David Lehrfield officiated at the early evening ceremony which was followed by a reception at the hotel. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shenweather. 1019 West Ave., the bride wore a white pcau de sole gown trimmed with lace and seed pearls and carried white orchids. Attending the couple were Susan and Linda Ross, matron and maid of honor; Leonard Faver. best man; Sidney Gordon and Louis Friedland, groomsmen. New Mrs. Ross is a graduate of Miami Beach High and a member of Chidelt Club at the YMHA. Her husband, a television technician, graduated from North Miami Beach High, and is a member of Amateur Radio Club. Following a visit to the World's Fair in New York, the ncwlywcds will live at 8215 Harding Ave. Ph. % JE 8-0755 High Styling 4 I D'ANGEIO'S Beauty Salon 1 ii 4 1 Jewish Etatitic'ans From Argentina J-wish and Spanish Spoken 1252 LINCOLN ROAD (Cer. West Ave. Miami Beach Friday, Mach 2" 1964 Sinai Seder For Tiny Tots Temple sinai Nursery-Kindergarten School was to hold a tiny lot Seder on Thursday. Mar. 26, at 11 a.m. Conducted by Rabbi Dantel Lowy. the holiday luncheon was to include songs and stories of the Egyptian exodus. Registrations for next year's term of the Temple pre-school are now being accepted at the Temple. Staffed by experience!, mature teachers, the classy are geared to prepare very young children in reading and number readiness. Geltner, Mooney Are Engaged MRS. MICHAiL ROSS Mrs. Anne 0. Mooney, 96 5W 28th ltd., announces the engagement of her daughter. Bonnie, to Barry M. Geltner. son of Mrs. S. Geltner and the late Samuel Geltner. E 3311 Werner-Kahn SW 23rd St.. Miami. A ine 6 wedding is planned. i Future Bride Awaits Degree Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gidney, of Freidin, -on of Mr. and Mrs. Alex 5251 N. Bay Rd., have announced Freidin, of Bay Harbor Islands, the engagement of their daughter, Th( |II1UR ()l j(|o ,. a< l|tpndcd Marilyn Rose, to Howard Alan ,|, c i„j v ,,,-it\ of Miami and is I presently enrolled at Boston University, where she will receive her degree in speech therapy ihisi June. She is a member of Alpha I Epsilon Phi Sorority and Sigma • Alpha Eta. speech honorary. Her fiance will graduate from j the University of Florida with an accounting degree in June, and enter law school in September. He is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi 11 Fraternity and Alpha Kappa Psi. j I business fraternity. An August wedding is planned. A Happy Possover fo Al ART is GIVING GIVING is an AR" European and American ORIGINAL OILS NO MIDDLEMAN! BUY FOR LESS AT MIAMI-S mm unit MUOV Art Unlimited Director WARREN SONED, F.t-A.L. 8246 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 754-8511 PROFESSIONAL RESTORE' ARTISTIC FRAMING DAILY 2 P.M. to 6 P W MISS MARIITN GIDNEY AUTHORIZED DEAUR T CNITH Quol t HEARING AIDS r $SO to $285 Service All Make* _^ Butteries — Mo'dt STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i> '•• AM Ttiri-TridM-TfliU-Trrmi PHONE JE 8-79 I A Happy PassoveTo All Our Friends from the BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach SYLVIA MILSENI "Your Personal F crist' A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS 1 % %  FR 9-8401 LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dad* County Over 25 Ytart 1811 S W. 14th ST. 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You can begin today by sending $6 for your first two pages and six 1963 uncirculated coins issued by the Bank of Israel. These are beautiful coins. Beginning your collection with them, we will work bad to o'der and rarer coins. \\C 111 also offer authentic die-strick reproduction! of the an ni coins which inspired the era pieces. Begin this re ird ing recreation today. Fivt \ return privilege l Fred Bertram, P.O. Box 1801, Coral Gables, Fla. 3313i Member: The Israel Numismatic Society Tel Aviv i •:• '•* 4 4 4 4 4 J* ROY OLIVER'S MUSICAL COMEDY CLASSES With an ail Miami Conservatory Faculty For Adults and Teen-agers At The N.E. Branch of the Miami Conservatory 8027 BISCAYNE BLVD. Five week courses covering all phases of Musical Comec • including Dramatic Training, Vocal Instruction, Theatrici Dancir.-j, Staging and Direction. Classes Commence Sunday, April 5th CALL MO 7-5543 PL 7-4843



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March 27, 1964 twirlsto ftorkttain Page 11-B Hk> v— *h urn i in alxi yours, <-—*Jith +£,ipp Room of the FontaineHotel was the setting for 1 this season's most elegant |:rs. The oeeasion was the lial dinner dance of the .•dels Club of .Mount Sinai ital. The strictly formal •ion brought forth a collecof exciting and glamorous is. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch |er, whose husband i> chairDl the club, wore a gown she on* her recent trip around world, Base was an iced pink sheath with encircling •ger, Biblo fifed in Vows Gertrude Biblo and .Merc |Eerger were united in marSunday evening. Mar. 22. in ystal Room of the Lombarely The bride is the daughter and Mrs Philip Biblo, 6940 ig Ave. the wedding, the new .Mrs. chose a full-length silk orover taffeta covered with appliques. ing as maid of honor was Zebitz, with Cindy Weinfcnd Phyllis Walcoff as brides4R)e bridegroom's best man was jKvarri Weisman. and Martin Bib[the bride's brother, and Martin ushered. Berger is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berber of New York City. After ,i honeymoon in Nassau, the newlywed-. will live in New fetk City, where the bride is Reaching. She is a graduate mi University. Mr. Berger the New York State Labor Iment. dinged ban > from the bodice to the hemline. The bands were in a matching pink chantilly lace embroidered with pearl.-, and the looped fringes were ol satin lined crystal Leads. All the intricate beading was hand embroidered Mrs. Philip laicchose an ice blue >ili< gown whidli featured crystal beadclustered on her bo.lice and rows of crystal tearc'rops. A matching stole and matching shoes completed her vliili.ri MHS. MEREDITH BEKG'ft ensemble. Daffodil yellow edition was worn by Mrs. Edward li '.'.,ii. Hi r skirt ivas softly gathered into the traditional fullness ol chiffon, and her fitted bodice was high-necked, had bra< >• %  %  I ii ;th siee\e>, and was covered with yellow iridescent ins, Garnet red -ilk crepe, worn with an antique garnet necklace, as Mrs. Mcrris Lapimis' choice lor the evening. Her hip-lengtn jacket was lined with pink crepe, an conveyed a softly tailored effect. % % %  CROSTED yellow was worn by %  Mrs. Dan Ruskin. Her Moni Original featured a blouson overblouse in silk chitfon which was hand-beaded in seed pearls and clear caviar beads, and a matching jacket with a modified portrait neckline. Mrs. Philip Simon'.gown was completely fringed with satin-lined bugle beads. Black -ilk brocade was Mrs. Ben Novack's choice. Her bodice was encrusted with Jet beacing, Silver satin brocade in the sheath silhouette was chosen by Mrs. Herman F. Leeks. A green bamboo pattern was woven into her own which had a plunging "V" neckline. Mrs. Ben Blum's gold embossed gown was heavily beaded over the fitted bodice with gold crystals and seed pearls. American Beauty -ilk chiffon with inserts of ( matching colored chantilly lace was worn by Mrs. Stella Sieg%  fried. Her skirt was asymetrically draped over one hip. Mrs. Abe C. Fine was in a honey-beige chiffon with a full j skirt. Her bodice was of chantilly j lace with the neckline following the scalloped lace pattern. Caviar beads, bugle beads and drop j crystals were reembroidered over i the decollete lace bodice. Mrs. Sam Levenson's gown was a champagne colored brocade which blended mohair and lamee into the fabric. Her sheath had a high neckline which dipped low in the back. V V OCAL artist Mrs. Louis Brandt, just returned from a European engagement, was dressed in an imported white lace with a fitted bodice, slightly off-the-shoulder straps and a bouffant skirt. Mrs. Charles Reskin wore a white peau de soie sheath with the bodice embroidered in crystal caviar and bugle beads down to tne elongated torso line, Mrs. Aisik r.ivi.er Was in a white :ilk crepe Seas-i Original Her sheath gown had a -cooped neckline and was sprinkled with rhinestones in an abstract pattern. Mrs. Lenke Billings, "I Maxim'-, chose a French original in an embossed floral chiffon print. Emerald green and muted lilac created an oversized floral motif. The bodice was draped into fig in e molding lines, and the chiffon was asymetrically draped to one side in the skirt. Talented Mrs. Joseph Lipton made her own gown. Champagne colored silk was knit into a lace pattern, and her shift silhouette had a slashed bateau neckline. From Rome, a Guggenheim Original was worn by Mrs. Max V. Cbgen. Charcoa I -colored slipper s a I i n created a redingotc over a silver satin -heath Mrs. Paul Faske wore porcelain blue satin with a triple tiered skirt. Alencon lace was at the neckline and on thin -i tier ol her skirt, i was reembroidered with i crystal beading. Mrs. Paul R. Gord in's black silk cr tured gold sequins on h bodii i ICED pml< peau de soie with • the 'A "line silhouette was Mrs. Jacob Schermer's choice for the parts Her gown followed the classic lines of simple elegance with her only detailing a flat bow at her waist, Chinese red satil was worn by Mrs. Dudley Brodie, Lined in the same fabric was her striking mandarin coat in royal blue. From China, it was hand embroidered multi-colors in traditional dragons. Mrs. Nathan S. Gumenick chose a chiffon print with spring flowers in yellow, tangerine and orange. Bugle beads detailed her print. Mrs. Carl Weinkle's ensemble was a silk and gold brocade with blue-, greens, and violet. creating her print. Her hip-length jacket featured a modified Oriental styling. BEST WISHES FOR A VERY JOYOUS PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS I. K. 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Pago 12-B +Jew 1st rhridSan Friday, March 27. 1|*4 Zionists in Memorial to Dr. Silver; Gabriel Heatter Will be Guest Speaker South Florida Districts of the %  !%  Organization of America hosts to an open meeting on Mon ay evening in the French ol the !•' mtainebleau Hotel. t Albert E Ossip, nan ol the President's Council. ft AY MONO GROSSMAN Cedars Names New Assistant Raymond R. Grossman, former stant director of Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Mo., has been named assistant administrator at irs of Lebanon Hospital. Announcement of Grossman's ointment was disclosed this ek by Hart*) L Lewis, hospital president. He will as>isi Administrator S ironstein Grossman received his Master's degree in Hospital Administration at Washington University School of Medicine and a Master's degree in recreation administration from Columbia University. He completed his undergraduate work at Queens College of New York City. Cedars' new assistant is a former recreation director at Bellevne Hospital. Barnes Hospital and N'eponsit Beach Hospital. He is n ember of the American Recreation Society and a nominee of the American College of Hospital Administrators. Grossman, his wife. Sondra, and their children, Margaret 7. and Sh. ryl 5. live at 1491 SW 64th Ave. I NIKI'S DECORATIVE TREES AND FLOWERS • BRIDAL BOUQUETS • ART FLOWERS IMPORTED ARTIFICIAL FRUITS EASTER POTTED PLANTS $1.25 and Up SPECIAL TABLE—$1.00 and Up HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS $1.00 and Up 7014 S.W. 87th AVENUE (Galloway Road) Tel. 661-7507 EXPERIENCE Delicatessen & Counterman Retired, looking for part-time job. HI 3-6478 Woman Wanted to Share HOME WITH ANOTHER WOMAN. Very light He •iseki>"mg. Phon>> HI 3-2026 DUPLFX-FOR SALE S.W. 80th Avenue SI,000.00 Down, $50.00 per mo. MU 8-4050 One of the highlights ol the meeting will be a tribute to the late Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, world renowned spiritual leader. Zionist tal lan. Dr. Silver. in whose honor the Zionist Organization ol America established the Klar Silver Agricultural Training institute in Ac hkelon, Israel, was : president of the ZOA and honorary lite president. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, ef the Israelite Center, was president of the Miirachl Organization of Chicago and worked closely with Dr. Silver in this cape-city. At the meeting on Monday evening. Rabbi Swirsky will deliver the tribute to the late Dr. Silver. MR. AND MRS. NASH Guest speaker will be the noted news commentator, Gabriel Heatter, who will review the current Middle East situation. A special farewell program will \ be presented by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Greater] Miami irfflTew Academy, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, who will be departing next week for I.-rael. They spend six months Ol each year in Miami Beach and the other six months at their home in Tel Aviv. Mr. and Mrs, Nas are among founders of the Hebrew Academy, the Israel Bond Committee, Hlstadrut, P i o n e e t Women and Farband. They have also been leaders In the American Friends of the II"brew University, Technion, and many other local and Israeli organizations. The couple were recently cited by the local Council ol the Jewish National Fund tor "outstanding work in helping plant forests in Israel." A special musical program has DiLido Hotel Renovates entire Cabana Area The oceanfront DiLido Hotel, on Collins Ave. and Lincoln Rd., has announced the complete renovation of its cabana club and pool area. The hotel is now inviting local lesidents to rent a cabana for the summer at the DiLido. Complete with new mats, chaises, a new filtering system for both Olympicsize swimming pools and all game facilities, the Cabana Club features a monthly cocktail party and a weekly wcincr roast. The Patio Restaurant and Bar .* JjirthdazQ : First child, Alan David, was born Feb. 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schuchman, of Indianapolis. Ind. Attending the ceremony naming their grandchild were the new mother's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine, 435 SW 30th Rd. The former Bonnie Levine, who attended schools here, is the granddaughter of the late Rabbi Abraham Sachs. are available for all members and their guests. In charge of information is Karl Boyeff, Cabana manager, at the hotel. TO ALL GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER RECREATION POOL SNOOKER WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET JIMMY ROBINSON 351 N.E. 79th Street PL 4-5314 GREETINGS TO ALL GROO DISPLAYS, INC. WINDOW & INTERIOR DISPLAYS "Over 25 Years Experience" 111 N.W. 22nd Avenue FR 1-3473 Miami 35, Florida TO ALL Season's Best Wishes FRED WHITEHEAD Now Under New Management EVAN'S NIIOHI;IMM; (IIVMIIS CLEANERS OF DISTINCTION QUALITY WORKMANSHIP • PROMPT SERVICE • 8020 NE 4th AVENUE PL 8-4537 TO ALL GREETINGS Enjoy Your Slay, Relax in Comfort ROWE CONGRESS INN MOTEL A Resort Motel in the Heart of Miami Beach 6600 COLLINS AVENUE Phone UN 6-1617 MARGIE FREDERICK Automatic Data Bookkeeping System — Experienced in Business and Personal Tax Returns — Notory Public — Accountant 4256 E. 4th AVE., HIALEAH Ph. TU 7-7275 been arranged by the noted Israeli singer, Aviva Halaban, who has appeared on stage and radio in Israel and in concert, television, theatre and clubs l atht Halted Slat— Mortimer May, a past national president of the ZOA. who has .iu.-t returned from Israel, will Be chairman ol the evening. MR. AND MRS. SOI WEISS end Daughters of the Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers Operators of the CRYSTAL ROOM %  L0M8ARDY HOTEL Extend Best Wishes for the Passover and Thank You for Your Kind Patronage in the Past AYE, LADDIE. IF, YE'RE TRULY 4 THRIFT-MINDED, YE'D BEST BE CHECKING INTO THIS FREE OFFER! ALL EXPENSES PAID ROUND TRIP FOR 2 7 DAYS IN NEW YORK—WORLD'S FAIR STAY AT THE FABULOUS AMERICANA HOTEL FLY EASTERN FIRST CLASS JET VISIT CHIPPY'S AND GET YOUR FREE COUPON AT CASHIER — DRAWING JUNE 15th, 1964 Jtestaui^fitfMcC Parity 101 MIRACLE MILE "ON TKE CORNER COKAL GABLES d V, I I in NOW OPEN "VIC and MILLiE" MURPHY'S 'FINGER LiCKIN GOOD" THE ORIGINAL COLONEL SANDER'S RECIPE AiiM F^d OPEN: 10:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. OFFERS SOMETHING NEW AT STORE NO. 2 LOCATED AT: 16899 N.E. 15th AVENUE Phone 945-0061 and "PICK IT UP!" CARRY OUT or Self-Service Picnic Room ... AT THIS STORE ONLY %  V d PLEASE NOTE: At our No. 1 Store we are still featuring our usual, delicious Col. Sander's Recipe: "Finger Lickin Good." 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lay. March 27. 1964 +Jeist) rtcr id/Ian Jjctr iami, Fla. FR 7-1200 Model Seder At Temple Sinai On Sunday, 265 children of Temple Sinai's Religious School participated in a special Model Seder directed by Rabbi Daniel I Lowy. Musical portions for the service were offered by the 25 members of Temple Sinai's Junior Choir. A traditional holiday repast was served by the Religious School Committee of the Sisterhood headI ed by Mrs. Howard Flicker, chairI man. Mrs. Daniel Lowy. co-chairI man, and the room mothers of each grade in the Religious School. To All Greetings — G. ABRAHAM CARMEL BAKERY • RETAIL Kosher lor Pcosover Phone JE 8-7592 847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Closed Saturdays and Holidays > A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ELI MOTORS. INC. Renault Agency Foreign Car Parts & Service 2190 SW 8th STREET-Ph. 373-5436 15985 W. DIXIE HWY. igiven to birthdays which fall in the season, Directors of the camp include Edwin I. "Hughie" Black, "recreational director and physical educator with 15 years of teaching experience; Marvin E. Black, a graduate teacher of health and physical education from Temple University; and Ted S. Halperin. I graduate teacher of Temple Uni-1 versity. who has been with Pine j | Forest since 1946. In addition to Pine Forest Camp, i which is co-ed, there is a separate camp for boys, Lake Owego, and one for girls. Timber Tops. Further information on the three mountain camps can be obtained at Fithian Studio of Dancing and Drama. 323 W. 47th St., Miami Beach.—ST. TASTY SH0PPE, INC. 1727 Coral Way, Miami HI 4-8652 Open from / A.M. to 8 P.M. Specializing in a Complete Line of Jewish Meals at Popular Prices. Visit Our Delicatessen & Appetizing Take-Out Dept. TZIMMES GEFILTE FISH FIANKEN ROAST CHICKEN POTATO KUGEL KING ARTHURS COURT The STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner Cfanvitoi'* NOW OPEN at 11:30 a.m. DAILY V tor LUNCH i CREAMED CHICKEN 'A U Kln 9 $| M.K LPaat Potato. I.O J Styl STUFFED CABBAGE •1.40 BEEF GOULASH %  road Noodles ti An Frtsh V.fttibl. I.OU POT ROAST Mat* PMMoto Frok VllttaMM %  M il SMBt M.85 MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant CATERING FOR All OCCASIONS BM MITZVAHS OUR SPECIALTY 940-71st STREET, NORMANDY ISLE UN 6-6043 "The Nonpareil of Kosher Restaurants" THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Established in 1945 JBWJS, IE 1-3987 MIAMI FACILITIES BEA CH FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. J&stmirant IIB.Z:ICS SI<:EIVI<:I IIABLY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER NOW ROYAL HUNGARIANS TCA !" WISHING ALL OUR EMENDS AND PATRONS and the entire Jewish Community a Happy and Kosher Passover Original H0FFMANS CAFETERIA SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD • ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. Now Open Victor .{.done Where Elegance in Dining it A Tradition 1045-95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 EL IIA I I II ISO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496 STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant (21st CONSECUTIVE YEAR — Under Same Management) SERVING STRICTLY PASSOVER FOODS BREAKFAST tx LUNCH $ DINNERS THE OLDEST AND ONLY DAIRY RESTAURANT IN DADE COUNTY ir 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 it Sandwich**, Stalks, Soups, Salads .. Daily Specials Cocktails f CHANDLERS *21st STREET off COLLINS MIAMI BEACH JE 8-0523 HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS from fcon d'oeuvrei to a complete MHt 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict supervision ot the United Kashrus Association ot Greater Miami Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J. Satra. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS IECEPTIONS 1B0



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rnna IILTT Page 14-B *. Uwisfi fhrfcMnf) Friday, Mccch 27. 1964 MD's to Welcome Israeli Doctors From Hebrew U. At a reception Sunday of the American Jewish Physicians' Committee, two young speakers will iniormally discuss "Israel Medicine Today." Dr. Evy Meyer,' daughter of a j physician who died in a concentration camp where she too was held captive, attended the He-i brew University Medical School) despite all the handicaps suffered! by new immigrants of Israel: lack 1 of language, competition of five candidates for every place in the then-just-opened medical courses, ;.nd no security in the new environment. As the recipient of the Charles and Viola Charcmvsky Fellowship, she has for the past two years been research associate at the Uni-1 versity of Illinois in the field of ( phthalmology and has spent five months in the famed Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, D.C.. where her work contributed to important scientific advances in the field of retinal pathology. Dr. Ephraim C. Meyer was born in Germany, son of a physician and of a family with a long tradition in medicine. At 14 years of age, he joined the Hagana and in 1947 volunteered for the Palmach, the Jewish underground commando group. Throughout the War of Liberation, he served as a frontline medic and began his medical studies at the Hebrew University Medical Schol immediately after discharge. Dr. Meyer B. Marks (second from left), president of the South Florida American Jewish Physicians' Committee, confers with fellow board members about the Sunday reception. Left to right are Drs. Harold Kaufman, Minerva Gordon, Julius Pearson and Manning Rosnick. PASSOVER GREETINGS COMPLIMENTS OF PERSHING AUTO LEASING SOL FRANKEL JOSEPH NEVEL TO ALL GREETINGS TRAVEL UNLIMITED 1190 S. Dixie Highway Ross Hornsby Ph. 667-2546 GREETINGS! T. J. James Const. Company, Inc. ROCK Fill SAND "WE MOVE THE EARTH" 1700 N.W. 119th ST. Ph. MU 8-8621 "We Have Modern Equipment For Rent" HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL CAREY MATTHEWS Your State Representative 634 WEST FtAOLER STREET FR 7-1687 TO ALL GREETINGS GOLD STAR DELICACY SHOP, INC. 6186 SW 8th STREET Miami, Ft.. Following residence at the Mount Carmel Hospital in Haifa. Dr. Ephraim Meyer has spent the past to years with two of the most renowned cardiologists in this country. Dr. L. N. Katz and Dr. A. A. Luisana, of Chicago. According to Dr. Meyer B. Marks, president of the American Jewish Physicians' Committee in South Florida, the Drs. Meyer have come to Miami Beach "expressly to thank Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky who contributed the fellowship making possible their two" years of graduate study in the United States and to introduce their benefactors to their infant son. Saul Chaim Meyer. Jack S. Popick. president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew ('Diversity, will bring greetings from the Jerusalem campus, where this week he attended a Board <>t Governors meeting. The Physicians' Committee is the medical ;irm of the Friends of the Hebrew University and Dr. Philip Gotlieb, host with Mrs. Gotlieb to the reception at their home in Coral Gables at 8 p.m.. is one ot the founders of the Friends and also honorary vice president of the physicians' committee. Sharing the enthusiasm of the Charcowskys for the furtherance of study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are other contributors of scholarships and fellowships in Greater Miami. Among recent contributors are Dr. and Mrs. Herman Ausubel. Mrs. Hyman Berman, David Gelgor, Louis Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Irving E. Miller, Miss Jeanette Prisament. Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Dr. Alexander S. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Turner. Cantor Yardeini Due at DiLido There are no Bar Mitzvah classes in Russia, no organized religious activities, but the synagogues are full on Friday night, according to Cantor Mordecai Yardeini, who has just returned from an extensive concert tour of Europe and the Soviet Union. Cantor Yardeini, who will conduct the Passover Seders at the DiLido Hotel on Mar. 27 and 28, is famed for his interpretation of Jewish liturgical music, as well as Israeli folk songs. Commenting en his Rvwian visit, Yardeini Mid: "The great Moscow Syfi*o*gw7 which seats I.OOt, was lm*t full, but there wer very few yeunf people in the •udionc." But he added that the Russian people are immensely interested in Jewish theater, folk music and folk lore. This is the second year he will conduct the DiLido Hotel Passover Seders. Catering for the Seders will be under the direct supervision of the Sirkin Family Enterprises. Nurse's Specialty Is Electrolysis Electrolysis, hair eliminated for-1 ever by the latest electronic instruments, is the specialty of Registered Nurse Shirley Graubart. She has 20 years of experience at skilfully removing hair from the face, arms, legs and bodv. Her Surf side office is at 310 95th St., and hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. According to the practitioner, "my equipment is the finest and I latest to remove superfluous hair permanently, safely and painlessly." B'nai B'rhh Singles A night club show will be Included in the gala dance sponsored by B'nai B'rith Social Singles on Saturday evening, Apr. 4, in the Ivory Tower, of the Saxony Hotel. TO ALL GREETINGS SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS Incorporated "SERVICE TO YOU IS OUR PLEASURE" 6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE i \ OX 6-4440 DARYL, PRODUCTS CORP Manufacturers Daryl Products CO'O. of Quality 7240 N.E. 4th Ave. Aluminum Miami 38, Fla. 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March 27, 1964 *. Unitt nr-rictlnn ,. Wolfie Cohen id at Age 44 For Other Deaths See Page 10-E Miriam Rose Cohen. 44. Kednesday aftrnoon at her 4400 Renal Palm Ave. Mi• i.ch. was the wife of Wolfie Coformer .Miami Beach city .::ian and noted restaurateur Cohen was a member of Beth Sholom, past vice !(• :t of the Beth Sholom PTA. Itr of the Hebrew Academy pC Association. it also belonged to the North l-i Unit of the Cancer LeaBrandels Women's Club, im Beach B'nai B'rith, Fight Sight, Hadassah, ORT, and Is • past president of National (ildren's Cardiac Hospital *n'$ Unit. IlrCohen belonged to the li : North Beach Elementary Page 15-B School and .Nautilus Junior High School. Survivors, in addition to her husband, include a son, J^ewls; daughter, Robin: mother. Mrs. Renee Goldhaber; brother. Martin Goldhaber; and sister. Mrs. Esther Jackowitz. Services were to be Thursday noon at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton Rd.. with burial in Ml. Nebo Cemeterv. I the basis of modern automation 1 and the use of giant, electronic computers. JACOBSKIND form Handicap its Weekend ulfstream Park will stage aner of its championship races s week. This time it will be a tie ol top flight grass performn.n.ning in the $50,000 added inn Handicap at a mile and a II (D the turf course Saturday. frhe Donn has to share the K>tlij^;.t with the Fountain of Outh Stakes on Wednesday for iree-yiar-old*. This mile and a ptteeTiCh test will serve to prode contenders for the $100,000 'lories Derby Apr. 4. The Donn takes on champion hip i.,ra with the appearance of erry Bast a "s Cedar Key and IMty House Farm's Carteret. B ese TWO have been the cham-, ns on the grass in California > Jjand .:orida. respectively, this lintcr Noted Scientist Dies in Stockholm CAMBRIDGE Mass.-(JTA)Dr. Norbert Wiener, world renowned scientist, who was considered the father of automation, the son of a Itussian-born Jewish peddler who himself rose to become the first professor of Slavonic languages at Harvard, died this week al Stockholm. Announcement of the death was made here by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where Dr. Wiener served on the faculty for 42 years, retiring as full professor in 1960. He was 69. He was born in Columbia, Mo., the son of Leo and Bertha Kahn Wiener. A child prodigy, he entered Tufts College at the age of 11, graduated with a degree in mathematics at 14, continued his studies and obtained the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from Harvard at 1*. Last January. President Johnson awarded to Dr. Wiener one of the five National Medals of Science for his contribution to the nation. His citation called him "one of the world's greatest mathematicians and one of MIT's most distinguished professors." One of the world's greatest mathematicians. Norbert Wiener was best known for his book in 1948 on cybernetics, described by scientists as the analysis of electronic and mechanical controls in. industry and in daily life, forming! MAX, Ml, of 1788 S\V lfiih Tor., illad Mar. :•:;. li.. oama hare 38 year* ago from New fork City and was ;i store manager with the Mas wall f Baa/nett Jaaobskiml of .Miami. .Mrs. Tub) Nathaaaon ot Kpaco, Jfc .iii.l Mrs, Lorraine Pearl of Miami: dear brother of lira. Miriam Lober and Mra, Nettle Ih.sn. r. of Brooklyn: darHnsj alandraiiieii.r seven Kramk-hildren. •'," ,vl,, 'i-l'l Mar 24 at Gordon Mineral Home with Interment in the family |.l..t at ill. Sinai Cent• terv. v JAMES. Roue, IB, of 741 NE 185th st died Mai-. 22, EUveralde. MASON. Harry, U of 806 Raymond St.. .li.-.i Mar. it. Rlveralde. ATLASS. Alfred, B9, of 3801 Indian Creek Or, Services in New fork Riverside. COHEN. Samuel Max, 86, of 130 ii'lii'iik '"' Mt rv,ce '" ^ttaburgh. DANIELS. Max, 68, ..f 923 Marseille Or. Itivi raldi GLASSMAN. Charlea, 78, t 7780 I .-itiim Waterway. Services In New Haven, Conn. Rlveralde. GUSS, Louis, 74, of 3801 Collins Ave Services in New Vork. Riverside. Committee Names Schaeffer Chief Edward J. Scheaffer is the new ly-appointed chairman of the Public Relations, Advertising and Publications Committee of the Home Builders Association of South Florida. Schaeffer's assignment was announced by Neil Schiff, HBASF president. Committee chairman is president of E. J. Schaeffer and Associated Advertising Agencv, 1101 NE 79th St., Miami. The firm handles many of the area's leading builders, high-rise apartment buildings, and suppliers and manufacturers of products to the building industry. E. J. Scheaffer and Associates is also one of the eight member agencies throughout the nation to be represented on the Life Magazine Marketing Council. LEINFUSS. Philip, 88, of 7587 lllspanola Ave. Riverside. MICHAELS. Mrs. Irene ':.. .if 6:1m N. Hay Road. Blasbers. POLIAKOFF Miss Florence, .".ft, of 1508 Pennsylvania Ave. Riverside SALTZMAN, Joseph <:.. 18, of 120." NE 188th si. Services In Brooklyn, Rlveralde. HIMELSTEIN. Morris, 60, of 1840 James Ave., died .Mar. IT. Riverside. GRUNFELD. Miss Aranka. 7L'. <.f CAIU >i, CITV, according lo the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat l i60 at Page 19 of the Public Records of Dade County, I 'lorlda. you are required (.. file your an| sw. ito plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk >>f the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs I attorney, MARTIN FIXE, llth Floor, Dade Federal Building. Miui'il ":. I lorlda, not later than April L'7. ,961, or a 11.-. i Pro Confesso will i., intered against v.si. DATED: M.urh. J* "1IE1. E. B I EATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Uy: K. M I.Y.MAN Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney f..r Plaintiff llth Floor Dade Federal Bloi| Miami ::.. Florida 1 27 t :f-1T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3299 JAMES Mll.i il! A.M. Plaintiff, vs. ROBERTO I! OZETE nnd DELIA OZKTH, his wife, nnd WINoNA INVESTMENT COMPANY, a Florida corporation, I •. f.n.lallts NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROBERTO R. OZETE and DELIA OZETE, his Wife, and \V I Nl i.N A 1 S VI :STM ENT COMPANY Residence Unknown YOC AND KADI OF YOl*. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill of Complaint to foreclose a lien on certain mortgages on the following described properties, towit: iii Mortgage from William Dayoub ami Josephlna Dayoub, Ins wile, ill favor of ROBERTO R. OZETE and DELIA OZETE, his wife, dated January •"'. 1962. and recorded in Official ft* rd* Book 2s91, at Page I7.". of the Public Records of l •:.!.County, Florida, encumbering the following described property, to-wli: 1...I 1\ Block IS, WINONA PARK FIRST ADDITION, according to the Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book IT. at Page 19, of the Public Records ..t Dade County Florida: together with all Improvements, furniture, fixtures and all other chattels, now or hereafter contained therein: tji Mortgage from Antonla Garcia .mil Oloria ilana. i. his wife, in favor nl ROBERTO IS. OZETE ami DELIA OZETE, his wit'.-, dated January ".. 1962, recorded In Official Records Hook 2991, at Page t>1T. of the Public It.Tor,Is nf Dade County, Florida, encumbering the following described in opertj. to-wlt. Lot 12, Block IS, WINONA PARK HIRST ADDITION, according t.. the Plat thereof as recorded in I'lat Hook IT at Page 19, "t the Public Records ..l Dade County, Florida: together with all Improvements, furniture, fixtures and all other chattels, now or hereafter contained therein: has been filed against you and you arc required to serve a cop) of your answer or other pleading lo thi Bill of Complaint upon MltiNDER and 11LOOM. Attorneys for ihe Plaintiff. Hun N.K. 185th Street, North Miami. Florida, and file the original answer or other pleading in the i >ffi<-<%  .r the Clerk of the Circuit Court Is Miami. Florida, .HI or before Ihe -'Tth day ..t April, li'iit, otherwise If yogf all t.. so do, a Decree !'r< Confesso will ba entered against you tot the relief demanded in tlie Itlll of Complaint. DATED at Miami. Florida, thle 25th daj >.f March, 1M4. E. B I.EATHERMAN Clerk of ih ..r Demands Against Bald estate: PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM CAYRE'S INTERNATIONAL IMPORTS 845 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. JE 8-1469 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All of Our Friends and Patrons from SADYE NATHAN BEAUTY SALONS 1638 EUCLID AVE. Miami Beach JE 8-9294 To All — Greetings KELLY APPLIANCES (Franchise Dealer • Frigid* ire • RCA • Victor • Hot Point SALES & SERVICE 1320 N.E. 163rd St. N. Miami Beach PHONE 949-1112 J. H. (Jim) Kelly, Owner tou are hereby notified and required to present nnj claims and d< man.ls which you may have ouainet the estnte of MOLL IK KISNKI: deceased late of Made County* Florida, to the County Judsjes of Bade County, ami file id.same In duplicate and as provided in Section 738.tSi Florida Statutes, in their offices In the Couni> Cm ih..us.' in Dade County, Plorida, n'ltnln si\ calendar months from the time of first pubiloatlon hereof, or the sain.' will lal.arred. Dated ill Miami. Florida, this ZSth .l.n oi February, A.I'. IHi. HARRY I.. CVPKN As Co-Kxeeotor Firsi publication of this notice on the -Tth day of March, 1964, IRVING I'YI'KN LAW OFFICES Attorney fi r Estate 825 Arthur Godfrey Road I Miami Beach, Florida -}j: 3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the iinih-isimi.il, iiesiilns to enicafci in business under the fictitious name of CHATEAU APARTMENTS al ISilT-1559 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerh of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HIS Klltl.ANIi Mol.I.IK KCRLAND RICHARD A MM. SON. in.', I.in,, .In Road, I Miami Beach, Fla. Atlorne) s for i 'hat %  an Apartments 3 27 I %  % %  10-17 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BV THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Al.l. To Wlln.M THESE PRESENTS SUM. I. COMB, GREETINGS: Whereas, MAL-VIN ENGI.ANDEIt, MIAMI BEACH, Florida: JACK .1 GOLD, MIAMI BEACH, h'LORIDA; 1.1 IRR MM: I II.I:\'II:, M I A M I BEACH. FLORIDA did on the 28th day of September, AD 1958, cause to be Incorporated under ihe laws of the Mate of Florida GOLDEN BEACH Ai'is. INC., a corporation, with iis principal place of business at Miami Beach. Dade County In the State of Florida, and whereas such corporation did on Ihe 1>Ili day of March. A.D. 1H64. cause to be filed in the office of the Becretarj ol St.itc of



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Paqe 2-C +Jetvlst) nor id/it r Friday, March 27. 1964 We Extend Sincere Good Wishes To the Entire Jewish Community for a Most Happy, Passover PH vrr "'•-•' THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK K AND TRUST COMPANY IV At Miami —Alfred I. duPont Building Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve System, Florida National Group To Our Many friends and Patrons PASSOVER GREETINGS King Cole Beauty & Barber Supply 5717 S.W. 8th St. Miami, Fla. Ph. 661-7663 Broward County Free Phone 525-3308 PASSOVER GREETINGS PHIL CROTEAU CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE and STORE FIXTURES 7000 Coral Way Phone MO 1 4696 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL PURITY CONDIMENTS 3590 NW 60th STREET NE 5-1389 GREETINGS!! Smith Hamilton Shop GRINDING SERVICE 131 S.W. 8th STtEET PHONE FR 3-250* PASSOVER GREETINGS LAMP & SHADE CENTER LAMP SHADES READY-MADE & CUSTOM-MADE 1626-A Alton Road (Near Lincoln Road) Ph. JE 8-0564 Miami Beach, Fla. MRWNMI ic CARPETS + FLOOR COVERING by MANOELL AND CO. Ull ALTON ROAD (Nr. Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-1*47 Happy Passover to All Our Friends and Patrons COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLY CO. 54 Southwest Sixth Street Telephone FR 4-6444 R. J. WAINWRIGHT & SONS Established 1937 — Manufacturers Representative — Paper Products SERVING fLORIDA I0BBIKS OVtR tIGHTUN TEARS 254 OAK AVE., Coconut Grove P.O. Box 108 Phone HI 3-1621 THE ORDER OF THE SEDER PLATE IS CLEARLY DEFINED. Passover and its Lavishly Colorful Ritual By JACOB L. CHERNOFSKY a^F all the holidays wh.ch serve to maintain the continuity of Jewish tradition, none is more lavishly adorned with colorful ritual than Passover, which probably accounts tor Unpopularity ol the te>tival among Jews of all ages.In all parts ot the world. H'hiie tl.e harried TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Mayor and Mrs. Lee Howard SURFSIDE MIAMI BEACH TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS VILLAGE FLORIST "FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" 838 E. 9th STREET H1ALEAH Phone 885-3231 TO ALL GREETINGS HOWARD AYARES PLYMOUTH 5600 W. Flagler St. LOWEST PRICES ON THE NEW PLYMOUTH AND VAJ.IANT MO 6-8511 We Give Expert Service on All Chrysler Products PLEASE COME IN TO SEE US TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALEX MILLIGAN Marine Surveying Organ \J&ic>h Marine Insurance Surveying Yacht and Vessel Surveyinq Manne Consultants and Engineers Appeal and Inspection P.O. Box 50-126, Gratigny Station Miami, Florida Phone: PL 7-9622 Res.: Wl 7-5125 Jewish housewife may justifiably complain about the rigors and burdens of preparing for the festival it is this very abundance of ritual which sets Passover apart from the other nolidays. Occupying the focal position in the ritual is. of course, the mat zoh. which, down through the ages, has acquired a distinctive accumulation of tradition all its own. The importance of mat zoh in Jewish life has been evident throughout Jewish history in the attention given to its preparation and distribution l>> nearly every Jewish community in the world. The significance of matzoh in religious observance has not been overlooked Holiday Greetings to All SUNSHINE of MIAMI CAP MFG. CO. MORRIS GOLDVVAG All Kinds of Caps for Men, Women, Children 467 W. FLAGLER ST. Miami FR 1-4652 Holiday Greetings Josefs Pastry Shop Winner of 1 st and two 2nd Silver Medals in the Culinary Art Show at M.B. Auditorium 1960 1098 Normandy Dr., MB. Marine Engine Overhaul and Installation Disfribufors Universal Marine Engines MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS, INC. 418 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Miami 36, Florida C. A. tauter Telephone 373-6669 }



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Friday. March 27, 1964 even In recent years by the Soviet Government which has banned ils preparation in theRussian >tnic bakeries. In Biblical limes, matzoh was used not. only on Piissover. hut throtitthout the year in connection with certain Temple services where the unleavened bread symbolized purity while yeast in the dough was considered to signify the evil impulse "which causes a ferment in the heart." Orl Tradition In connection with Passover, however, matzoh recalled the hurried departure from Egypt commemorated by the holiday and was designated by the Bible as "the bread of affliction" reminding us of the unhappy sojourn of the Israelites in Egypt. While the Torah gives no de scription of matzoh and mentions nothing concerning its preparation, oral tradition has specified its characteristics which are similar to the flat breads of the Middle East and some Scandinavian countries. That matzoh is the "poor man's bread," is borne out by the medieval poet Abraham ibn Ezra, who. in an account of a visit to London in the twelfth century, writes that inmates of prisons in England were given unleavened bread, "the bread of affliction." The Zohar, on the other hand, has a different view of matzoh which it calls "heavenly bread" and declares that it is a symbol ol freedom and idealism. Matzoh, according to the Zohar, was to cure Israel and prepare the people for the acceptance of the Torah. Special Cure The elaborate procedures connected with the preparation of matzoh for Passover have always been based on the requirement that special care be exercised that the wheat not become leav-. ened either by rain swelling the grains or by moistening of the flour or by excessive kneading or slow baking. Extensive rabbinic literature exists with detailed descriptions of these requirements, and the subject has also been depicted in numerous paintings and engravings dating back hundreds of years. About the middle of the nineteenth century, the invention of the first matzoh making machine bv an Austrian Jewish bak+Jml$t /nrertaftaun A HAPPY PASSOVER Victor Pianos and Organs SALES • TUNINGS 300 NW 54th ST. Ph. PL 8-8795 A Happy Passover to All S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I. Real E*tt Appraiser t Comuhanl 307 Ainsley Bldg. Phone FR 1-1639 GREETINGS WILLIAMS TAILORS & DRY CLEANERS QUALITY CUSTOM HAND TAILORING Suits Made to Measure 4842 NW 27th AVENUE Phone NE 4-9251 Paoe 3-C North African Jewish refugees are shown receiving matzoh and other Passover supplies at a Jewish welfare agency in Pans. More than 257.000 pounds of malzoh. ma'wh meal, wine and other Passover supplies were distributed this year by the Joint Distribution Committee, with United Jewish Appeal funds, to 120.000 people in nine European countries. In er promised to bring about profound changes in the prc-Passover activities familiar to most Jewish families. Many at first objected to the innovation mainly on religious grounds. The earliest machines, in an attempt to preserve the round shape of the matzoh, cut off the corners of the product in a subsequent operation. This prolonged the process and gave rise to the fears of fermentation of the dough. The adoption of the square shape, however, removed much of the objection, although hand-made matzoh is still used by many Jews even today. Artistic Design The characteristic feature of all matzot, whether machine or hand-made, is the pattern of perforations across the entire surface. The purpose of the perforations is to ensure that in the baking process, the heat will penetrate the dough and keep it from rising and swelling. Centuries ago, both the perforation patterns and the shape of the matzoh itself were frequently in me torm of various artistic figures. The figures were usually those of animals, flowers and geometric shapes. Although some authorities objected to the use of any shapes in the perforation or of the matzoh itself on the grounds that such adornment might prolong the processing time and give rise to leavening, Maimonides ruled that any fancy design is permitted if made by a professional baker since he is able to work rapidly. Thus molds of various designs are known to have existed for use in making matzoh and devices for making fancy perforations have been preserved. Today, however, although the massproduction methods of matzoh preparation are used by manufacturing firms in various parts of the world, the simplicity of shape is uniformly retained to conform with the characteristic of matzoh as "the bread of affliction." TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER THE SHOE CIRCUS EXCLUSIVE NAME BRANDS •* CHILDREN'S SHOES AT DISCOUNT PRICES 16475 Northeast 15th Avenue North Miami Beach, Florida Ph. 945-5359 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS AIRWEAR, INC. AIRLINE UNIFORMS-ALTERATIONS 5383 N.W. 36th STREET Ph. 888-3792 Miami Springs TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER STANLEY H. WASSER WASSER INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. ir INSURANCE CONSULTANT Let Us Shop Your Needs for Complete Insurance Coverage 225 University Drive Coral Gables, Fla. Phone HI 3-5255 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS REBUILT WASHER CO., lac. WASHING MACHINES SALES SERVICE 1290 Ali Baba Ave. Opa-Loeka Phone MU 5-1504 IrUIM" in Service... in Convenienee! 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. FIEE FAMINE WHILE Til IAN* • Founded in 1902 • Complete Banking and Trust Services • Se Habla EspaAol FIRST *S NATIONAL I BANK 100 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA • mill KIIIM IISIKi STSTEM • lllllil IEPISII INSIIIANCE CIIFMATIII a y ler s RESTAURANTS For Fine Food COMPLETE DINNERS from $1.00 Al,SO A LA CARTE MENU There Is Never a Charge for Your Second Cup .f Coff* WB DO OUR OWN BAKINO FIVE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: 1257 W. FLAGLER ST. (NEAR DOWNTOWN) 1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES) 1570 SO. DDUE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI) 12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI) 11309 BIRD ROAD (S.W. 40th ST.) MIAMI AIR CONDITrONED AMPLE FREE PARKING HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAYS TO ALL -FROMAMERICAN SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI BEACH SHEPARD BROAD, Chairman 1655 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 2-5566 TO ALL GREETINGS NEAPOLITAN PIZZA COMPANY FOR SALE FRESH AT YOUR FAVORITE MARKET PASSOVER GREETINGS SHOREHAM • NORMAN HOTEL AND VILLAS New Owner Same Manager FRANK FISHMAN £3KI UJ HENRY J. STUPEll 5th to 6th on Oceanfrortt 531-7481 HOLIDAY GREETINGS AAA LETTER SERVICE 130 NE 2nd AVENUE FR 9-0041 HOLIDAY GREETINGS ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. Fashion Mart Bldg., 221 NW !>t Court Miami



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Page 4-C fJenisti ftcridliait Friday, March 27. 1964 TO PARAPHRASE A FAMOUS SAYING "When Passover Comes —Can Vacation-lime Be fARR Behind?" THE FARR FAMILY EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO THc ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY ond takes this opportunity to remind the many friends and patrons or FARR TOURS AND TRAVEL SERVICE to call en them for any assistance with their travel plant.. Whether a visit to ISRAEL, EUROPE or OUR SISTER COUNTRIES to the SOUTH our facilities are always at your service FARR TOURS and TRAVEL SERVICE 424 LINCOLN ROAD 6638 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 1-5327 & UN 5-7444 TNI MIRACLI WEDOI OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF MIAMI, INC. SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION 7501 NE 3rd Place, Miami, Fla. Dial PL 8-5513 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., JAckson 2-3092 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS T. VOLT ELECTRIC CO.. INC. JOHN TOLE JOE MASON 462 W. 84th Street, Hialeah Ph. 821-4050 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Corre Cleaners & Laundry, Inc. HARRY M. ROLLNICK THEODORE WEINSTOCK 6310 N.E. 2nd AVE. PL 4-3573 A Very Happy Passover to.All Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Best Wishes for a Happy Passover BERNARD LITMAN & ASSOCIATES 111 N.E. First St., Miami Ph. FR 7-2761 General Agent—Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company Springfield 1, Massachusetts • Organized 1851 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SOVEREIGN HOTEL 4385 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-5371 Joseph J. Gersten, Executive Manager GREETINGS MOTOR PARTS & BEARINGS INC. Best Discount in Town on Wholesale Automotive Part* 4111 N.W. 17th AVENUE Phone NE 5-2547 MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER Helpful Guide to Your Passover Questions By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why* do we pour drops of wine from the cup when mentioning plagues during the Seder? A number of reasons are given for this practice. Some contend that the pouring out of drops makes the contents of the cup diminish and symbolizes the fact that after every plague the number of Egyptians decreased in the land. Others contend that the spilling of the ,wine indicates that we recall the plagues with regret, since one should always be sad at afflictions that happen to human beings, no matter who they are. The medieval German Kabbalists explain that altogether there are sixteen drops that are poured from the cup and that these drops represent the sixteen sides of the Almighty's sword which he wields when he brings affliction upon the sinners. What is the proper way to pour these drops, from the cup directly or with one's finger? Some authorities claim that the drops should be directly emitted from the cup. It was once even customary to pour the drops directly on the ground. Rabbi Isaac "LurFC The Kabbalist, ordained that the drops be poured directly from the cup into a broken vessel. Some claim that the drops should be spilt with the forefinger because it would be svmbolic of 'the finger of God" (Exodus 8-15) which was evident during the plagues in Egypt. Some contend that the drops should be spilt with the little finger. Others claim it should be done with the fourth finger because this is the finger in which the Almighty smote the Egyptians. (Pirke D'Rabbi Eliezer). Among the Yemenite Jews only the head of the household spilt the drops while the rest offered responses. They were spilt into an old vessel which was then thrown out with its contents far away from the house, as if to demonstrate that such plagues should never happen to this house. In Italy it was the custom to spill the wine into a dishful of water. In Kurflisten. it was customary to spill the -drops into an empty egg-shell which was later filled with tobacco, bitters, etc.. unJ then thrown away. II is interesting to note that some GREETINGS FROM M. B. CIRLIN, M.D. 4875 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 754-8811 PYKE II1IOS. & SON Motor Tune-Up Wrecker Service Upholstering Paint Work Frame Work Brakes Relined 35 NE 29th STREET Ph. FR 9-1693 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI WE EXTEND OUR* SnfeRE GOOD WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MOORE'S FURNITURE COMPANY 191 N.E. 40th Street, Miami TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS TRAURIG INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. Phone HI 8-1771 3031 Coral Way, Miarftl, ftoMa SAMUEL TRAURIG WALTER B. TRAURIG TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER COLOMBIAN INTERNATIONAL IMPORTER EXPORTER No. 14 MCALLISTER ARCADE Dial 373-47531 0 J Flagler and Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Cabbie Moving and Storage EXPERIENCED MOVING & STORAGE "LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE" 4129 Estancia Ave. Ph. 445-3645 Coral Gables eommunities would use water instead of wine, and that some would refuse to spill wine In cause it would be a needless destruction of useful food. • • • Why do the traditional Haggadahs contain a set of words in the beginning, each of which refers to another part of the Seder? Actually, this is similar to a table of contents. However, that alone was not in its purpose since many communities traditionally sing this collection oi words indicating that there is some connection between them. Basically these words were put at the beginning of the Seder to indicate and remind the observer that the Seder must have a special order. It is claimed that Rabbi Solomon Bar Isaac, the famous Rashi, originated these words as we use them Most Jews today announce each of these words before the respective part of the Seder takes place. The Sephardic Jews sing these words together musicallj before the Seder begins and tin n repeat each word before and inter the respective part ot i Seder. Rabbi Moses Alshirh sa in these words a Kabbalis'umi •• §OTSEY CORNERS Hardware + Sporting Goods Paint and Building Supplies Pipes Cut and Threaded 7052 SW 87th AVENUE MO 6-4142 MAX LESHNIK & FAMILY ATLANTIS HOTEL 2655 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-0381 EDISON ELECTRICAL FDCEUHE CO. 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Fridav. March 27, 1964 +Jewisti ncridliar sage, of ethics which taught the inciivi-'ual the proper way of life. %  :. :: %  t Why does the housewife spread out ten pieces of bread through the different rooms of the house before the mastfr'of the house searches for the leaven on the night before Passover? Putting the crumbs out in sen era! ; v a practical matter since a blessing is pronounced belonthe s< arch for the leaven in spite of the fact that by that lime the house has alreadj been completely cleansed of leaven. The housewife, there! ore, puts these crumbs out so that the benediction and search shall not be in vain; and morally speaking t'r.i rabbis say that as pure as a man might be. he can altrays ffntl some blemish in fri> own'character it he looks hard enough The particular number of ten is saia to be an allegorical reference, either to the ten sons of Hainan, who plotted to annihilate the Jews on the thirteenth clay of NtHD (the day preceding the night on which we search for the leaven) or to the ten spheres of holiness which the Kabbalists speak of; perhaps also to the ten commandments whose violation may appear to be as leavening "o our character. PASSOVER GREETINGS NEWPORT ANTMQWrE SHOP 2347 Coral Way Miami 45, Fla. Call 446-1481 GREETINGS S. ROSS & SON JE 2-1491 TV Rentals-Sales Expert Repairs Quality Service 4022 Royal Palm Ave. Miami Beach LI'XDY'S MARKET 1435 Washington Avenue WISH THEIR FRIENDS •AND CUSTOMERS A HAPPY PASSOVER HAPPY HOLIDAY NA1I0NAL ROOFING CO. All Types New Roofs :':-!£ Repairs -KiNSEB I INSURED FREE ESTIMATE •terrier Cftamkcr of Ctmmtrct 2438 SW 77 AVE. Tel. HI 6-2931 GREETINGS tt.rtt. %  %  COME IN AND SEE OUR HOLIDAY SPECIALS CARL'S BAKERY AM CONDITIONED 1360 NE 163rd STREET Phone Wl 7-4092 Page 5-C David I. McDonald, president of '.he United Steelworkers of America (right), received last year's Histadrut Humanitarian Award at a dinner in Philadelphia attended by 1.200 labor and civic leaders who contributed 550,000 toward the Histadrut Scholarship Fund in his honor. Making the presentation (left) is Joseph Schlossberg. president, of the National Committee for Labor Israel. In center are Dr. Sol Stein, national director of the Israel Histadrut campaign, and Hugh Carcella, director of District 7 of the Steelworkers Union, who was dinner chairman. The Award symbolized the friendship between "the people of Israel and the people of the United States." PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL TOLIN MANUFACTURING CORP. 3729 NW 80th STREET OX 1-1213 S. J. EISENBERG, Pres. TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS MR. and MRS. BARNEY SLIFKIN 403 E. DiLido Drive Miami Beach CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN and AIRPORT LANES 1850 N.W. LeJeune Road Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411 RAY BARBARINO, General Manager Season's Heat Wistirs to All LEO & DAN COWAN A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IVlfM I Jo All Our Tenants and friends WAr • CONGRESS BLDG. • % %  : GREETINGS TO ALL J3 J*MSON & TYRE ELECTRIC CO., INC. EtECTRIC CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL MAINTENANCE REPAIRS Ph. 667-0472 5523 S.W. 8th ST. PEPSI-COLA...... Announces with Pride and Pleasure KOSHER for PASSOVER Bottled Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WE WISH A HAPPY PASSOVER "Art" — "Murray" — "Nat" COULTON BROTHERS SERVICE STATION & GARAGE Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS MIAMI'S FINEST HOUSE OF HOO 1819 79th STREET CAUSEWAY Phone 865-5768 H. L. Robertson & Associates, Inc. PLUMBERS PLUMBING, HEATING end 6AS INSTALLATIONS "Wf COVM GUI ATI* MIAMI" 3148 S.W. 22nd Street Phone HI 8-1788 Miami, Florida THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF HI-GRADE FOOD €0. 7100 N.W. 2*th AVE. MIAMI Hmti* OX 1-Ottt Extend Bast Wishes to All Their Friends and Patrons FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE and Sons LARRY and JEFFREY and Daughter USA KAREN of the ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS! EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ... GREETINGS... WALKER CASKET COMPANY 286 N.E. 67th Street Phone PL 8-8715 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS E. B. LEATHERMAN Dade County Court House J



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Page 6-C +Jm4$ti flcridHar Friday, March 27. 1264 THE OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI %  NNCUNCES ITS PRESENTATIONS .. FOR THE 1964-65 SEASOM ~ JOAN SUTHERLAND .... as "LUCIA" JAMES McCRACKEN .... as OTELLO" Bc'h Sappcrred bv Eciual'y Great S'ars PLUS "THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO" A/.etropolitan and City Center S'ar; FOR INFORMATION CALL 625 S.W. 29th Road BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN AT FR 3-5967 or FR 1-5153 A Nappy Passover to All the Members of The Opera Guild We With to Extend Our Sincere Appreciation for Your Post Support ARTURO DiFILIPPI, Artistic Director and General Manager PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH MIAMI 5750 Sunset Drive — South Miami, Fla. F.D.I.C. Member of Federal Reserve System TO ALL GREETINGS ii "GIARFA EXPORT TRADING CO. Luis Facundo Phone 759-4211 4852 N.W. 7th AVENUE Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MARY and DAN PIVER and Son MICHAEL SURFSIDE MIAMI BEACH Happy Passover Greetings from New Owners of FLORIDA NUT CO. MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL ITZKOFF 1238 NE. 2nd Ave., Miami Ph. FR 1-4252 or 271-1676 Happy Passover Greetings to All CY CLYDE MEN'S SHOP 1661 Collins Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Al Zablo Best Wishes from PAUL SOBEL of SOHKW. REALTY CO. 420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-4645 HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PEACE IN THE WORLD WILLIAM W. SHAYNE REALTOR 701 N. MIAMI AVENUE FR 4.51*4 Tropical Typewriter Service Visit Our New 6, Larger Quarters-161-63 Alcazar Ave. 3144 Coral Way (Service Dept.) Phone HI fc-OSRl ..... DESKS—SAFES—CHAIRS— FIL NO CABINETS "We Service What We Sell" C| 84156 Stary cf the Egyptian Exodus Revisited By MEIR CHARNIAK IN, (.mr \iw u linn' in the United States, the Passover holiday hat become one ol those joyous eight-da} periods when families meet at the Seder table, where the youngest child in the family makes H his business to commit to memory the Four Questions, and "hen commercial food firms pound at the Jew Ish consumer what is and what i> not kosher lor Passover. It i harJly to be wondered that the basic and ultimate issues on which Passover's traditions are founded seem to be swallowed by the semi-businesslike, semi-happy spirit of the holiday. We tend to forget that behind the Seder table, the matzoh. the a-kni^. ol the questions, the "gathering of the elan." there are matters that truly count and which have played a major role in the continuing survival and redemption of the Jewish people. Purpose of Exodus The story of the Exodus is. of course, central to the story of Passover. The Hebrews, under the leadership of Moses, eventually leave the land of Egypt Members of the chorus in their roles as Israelite slaves sing the story* of their enslavement and of the cruelties oi the new Pharaoh during recent television presentation of Handel's "Israel in Egypt," offered by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and '.he Public Affairs Department of the American Broadcasting Company. and are destined to arrive, after forty years of wandering in the wilderness, at the PxOmised Land. Surely, everyone. nonJew as well as Jew. is familiar with the narrative. Yet we HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SHEET METAL ASSOCIATES 2463 NW 76th STREET OX 1-9172 SAM OLTCHICK, Pres. Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER DWOSKIN INC. 'Wallpapers of Distinction' 4029 N. MIAMI AVENUE ATLANTA DALLAS MIAMI HOUSTON %  WASHINGTON BEST WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS LANGSTON and CO., Inc. 351 S.E. 2nd Street Miami INSURANCE Phone FR 3-741. To All Greetings — Fred Langmeyer ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET "JOB PRINTING" 5519-21 NW 7th AVENUC Ph. 757-4893 GREETINGS UNIVERSITY FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association OF CORAL GABLES SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 199 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES ARTS SALON DE COIFFEURS Internationally Known Famous *jtfn*sts Ulysis y Rene — Miguel Angel Creative Hair Styling By Experts OPEN 6 days: Fridays from 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 118 NE 1st STREET Ph. 377-9579 sometimes overlook the importance of the story while we remember the drama of it. True. there was an Kxo


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Friday. March 27. 1964 -Jenlsti norldictn Page 7-C of that People on the soul of the Promised Land. Major Event A noted Jewish scholar, Theodor H. Gaster, has observed that the story ol the Exo;ius is not really the central theme ot the Seder. It is, according to Dr. Gaster, only its highlight. And here is Dr. Gastcr's explanation: "In Jewish tradition, the deliverance from Egypt is important only because it paved the way to Sinai—that is, to Israel's voluntary acceptance of its special and distinctive mission; and what the Seder narrative relates is the whole story of how Israel moved progressively from darkness to light, from the ignorance and shame of idolatry to the consciousness and glory of its high adventure.'' Briefly, then, Passover means more than a communal meal, eaten under definite rules and in a certain order. These are the surface manifestations of the holiday. In depth and in truth, Passover marks a major event in the collective history of the Jewish people, an event which led to the creation of a nation and one with a special mission. Thus, Passover is both a religious and a nationalistic holiday. The Hebrew people of ancient times, held in bondage as \OKTH\YKST PM3iP A\l> S1PPLY CO* PUMP SALES & SERVICE lawn Sprinklers—Well Drilling Swim Pool Filters "There's A Pump for Every Job" 1040 NW 54th STREET Miami, Fla. PL 9-5274 GREETINGS TIIIHTM: CiiMf ruction WILSON HOPPER PIT Top Soil "fr Land Sand Equipment Rentals TU 8-9721 MAIUON s n i Iter CO. CONTRACTORS 3100 DOUGLAS RD. Miami Phone HI 3-6161 GIBSON AIR CONDITIONERS REFRIGERATORS RANGES ""Arc-Ray Fluorescent Lamps HOLIDAY GREETINGS RENT ROLLAWAY BED or BABY BED for Your Unexcepted Guests RENT Card Table, Chairs, Banquet Table UNITED RENT-ALLS 6981 CORAL WAY Ph. 221-6422 PASSOVER GREETINGS BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS. 1501 Collins Avenue Miami Beach they were, required God's aid to win their freedom. But it took more than prayer and blind relief. These people, harrieJ and worn and without a heritage of freedom, had to help themselves, too. They had to decide t" leave Egypt. They had to fight to survive, as human beings and as a group, in the desert. Man, helped by God. must help himself. This, clearly is one message of Passover. It carries over clearly to the people of modern Israel, who are wresting new life from the ancient soil, and who are depending upon themselves to defend that which they have held against implacable enemies for more than a decade. Significant Seder Secondly, the redemption of %  he Hebrews, which occurred in the days of Moses, was not a guarantee of eternal deliverance. Each generation, which reminos itself of the Passover story through the rereading of the Haggadah, must, in its own time, do battle for its own liberty and cannot depend on what happened in the past. Yes, the past has lessons to teach, but when we deliberately, through traditional and ritual, recall the past and its high moments, we are on the path of redemption in our own time. Therefore, in celebrating Passover, we are doing more than abiding by ancient rules governing a 'family meal." And it becomes trivial to seek out all of these Passover foods which, in effect, allow us to eat everything we eat at any other period of the year, except for bread. It is. of course, accurate to state that the Seder has become a psychologically significant factor in Jewish survival. Yet the Seder itself is not the same everywhere in the world. Melford Spiro, in his excellent sociological study entitled "Kibbutz—Venture in Utopia," deals, in part, with the Jewish holidays and how they are observed in an Israeli kibbutz and how they are altered to fit the modern communal patterns of the kibbutzniks who wish to retain their Judaism but make it meaningful to their own age. The Kibbutz Federation has composed its own Haggadah, and Prof. Spiro adds, "It has added passages from Biblical and traditional Jewish literature, modern Hebrew poetry, and readings written by members of the kibbutzim." It is significant that the Israelis do not stress the Exodus, because they already have, in a sense, made the return home. Instead, "all Continued on Pa.^e 15-C GREETINGS J. & W. PLUMBING SERVICE, INC. 1222 NW 29th STREET Phone NE 5-4435 Tom Jay—Jim Washington MIAMI, FLORIDA Passover Greetings to All U.S. ROYAL TIRES Distributor Blake Tire Co. 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uua MM; Paqe 8-C frmcf ftr-rid/fan Friday, March 27, 1964 The Holsum Bakers &xtcnJs J3 C ** iVisltcs to the Jewish C-^cmm unity for a


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Fiiday, March 27. 1964 •, *Vm"*#? n : of the Jewish State. TTiejr carrier] on. their faith and their confidence unflagging. Years Race Ahead The years raced on. Bit by bit, the Technion grew, adding to its enrollment, to its faculty, to its curriculum. In 1933, in the United States and in much of the free world, a severe economic depression hovered like a black cloud; in Germany, in the land of engiDeering and science, t'.ie forces of tyranny seized power, and started the world on the road to the most destructive war in recur.'cd history. Thousands of Jewish refugees, first from Germany and later also from Austria and Czechoslovakia, reached the haven of Palestine in those black years, just before the first Nazi troops began their march of conquest. Among these Jewish escapees were outstanding men of science, and every effort was made to bring as many of them as possible into the family of Tcchnion, not only for their sake, but to raise the standards of teaching and research at the Institute. Many a professor who knew not even a word of Hebrew upon his arrival in Haifa became quickly acclimated to the newlife in Palestine and to the challcngth position he filled on the faculty of the still-modest school called the Technion. The outbreak of war in 1939 virtually froze the modest rate of growth that the Technion had experienced up to then. Teachers and students volunteered to fight the common enemy. The Jewish Brigade, fighting alongside the British forces, was The war ended. Thousands of Continued on Page 10-C SEASONS GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family 2031 N. W. 27th AT*. PIMM Nl 4-4SS4 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Som and Lori Marsha IEAI ISTATI Investments and General Insurance 350 Lincoln Road Bldg. Meutiimt MIAMI MA.CN TO ALL GREETINGS U.S. ROYAL TIRES AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL DADE TIRE CO., Inc. 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone FR 3-8445 SWIMMING Pool Troubles? Consult the Beach's Oldest Pool Specialists DYSART Leaks Corrected Painting, Repairs Monthly Servi:e •ooftll WORK GUARANTEED SERVING GREATER MIAMI JE 1-5069 24 Hr. Service R. C. Anderson FLOORS & INTERIORS, INC. -, %  i 4200 N.W.. 2nd AVE. "featuring the liner floors" EXTENDS TO ALL A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER J. S. BLAIN REAL ESTATE Selling Southern Florida for the Past 40 Years 807 Olympia Bldg. Holiday Greetings To Our Friends PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Miami Shores WITH A TRUST DEPARTMENT 95th Street at N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami Shores, Florida • PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I 25th Street at N. E. 10th Avenue North Miami, Florida PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK of North Miami Beach N. E. 162nd St. at W. Dixie Hwy. N. Miami Beach, Florida • PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE 33rd Avenue at N. W. 79th Street Miami, Florida PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK N. W. 7th Avenue at 135th Street North Miami, Florida ^UJ^ C 0J^^ fifi** l**l> tmtee ttivf r I! #1 aittM r... MI MM %  WHVTEAW, fLMtM MiTte Hf-WU mmi M-HM 1 NOW OPEN DANA'S GIFT SHOP COME IN AND BROWSE! Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons for a HAPPY PASSOVER 437 Lincoln Rd. Mall Ph. 532-8941 %  r A HAPPY PASSOVER RUTH AND JACK POPICK Mechanic's Uniform Service 2136 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. FR 7-4631 PASSOVER GREETINGS HENRY & SMITH REALTORS H. N. HENRY MARK A. SMITH 407 LINCOLN ROAD, M.B. Ph. JE 1-7331 PiiAiRiM-S Sincerest Best Wishes for a Happy Passover Health. Peace and Happiness 7469 DADELAND MALL "We Cater to Parties" Phone Ml 3-4505 NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE "PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM" 3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla. Italian Cuisine £ Pine Air Conditioned — 260 Seeling Copecity CIRO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Biscayne Blvd. & 151st St. Ph. 945-8213



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Page !f>C +Jenlst> fir rId inr Friday, March 27, 1964 ) F i Complete Marine Electrical Service Marine Electrical Service, Inc. MIAMI, FLORIDA 1480 N.W. *2nd COURT PHONE NE 5-6531 Holiday Greetings to the Jewish Community North Miami Police Benevolent Association, Inc. SERGEANT SAM R. FUIFORD President WISHING ALL OUR MANY FRIENDS THE BEST OF EVERYTHING HAPPY HOLIDAYS FURNITURE SHOWROOMS, INC. MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS 595 E. 10th AVE., Hialeah Ph. 887-9445 Al Nason TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO. 3701 N. Miami Avenue PL 9-0757 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS ON THIS HOLIDAY OCCASION Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg LARRY MARKS & COMPAXY MANUFACTURERHS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE WOMtNS, MISStS' & JUNIORS' DBlSStS, COATS t SU/TS Marks Ride. 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, Flo. Phone FR *-2631 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Itittjal I*, osIn-1 Fowl Market The Finest in Kosher Meats at Super Market Prices. 5987 S.W. 8th STREET Phone MO 7-3733 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CONCORD CAFETERIA 1921 COUINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH JE 4-4883 TO ALL GREETINGS ESTES SILVERSMITH Repairs and Plating SPECIALIZING IN GOLD AND SILVER ELECTROPLATING 2196 NW 17th AVE. NE 4-0119 Emergence of a Great Engineering School Continued from Page 9-C sprinkled with Technion personnel. survivors of the Nazi murder camps hraved the might of the Britsh Navy and reached the shores of Palestine the pressure for the establishment of an independent Jewish State reached the boiling point, and in 1948, the State of Israel proclaimed its independence. In the first years of Israels existence, the student bo:ly ol the Technion numbered 500—and the need for engineers and technicians and qualified men to assume key roles in government and in industry became a matter of immediate urgency. The leaders of Israel sought the counsel of friends of Israel abroad, particularly the leadership of the American Technion Society, a comparatively small group of scientific-minded men who had for many years been interested in bringing the impact of science to bear upon the Jewish settlement in Palestine. The leaders of Israel and the leaders of the American Technion Society looked at the Technion. and said: We must—we absolutely must — transform this fine school into a large, modern GREETINGS Phone MU 1-3432 WILSON HARTHARDWARE Plumbing, Electrical, Paints, Roofing & Building Supplies 1228 OPA-LOCKA BLVD. Opa-Locka, Florida Season's Greetings CARL & SHIRLEY GARDNER and Family HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Friends & Patrons MIAMI BEACH KEY SHOP 810 5 th STREET Phone JE 8-5409 L. H. BROWN Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherry of Louis Sherry Realtor extend Best Wishes for a Happy Passover to All 1 Lincoln Rd. Bldg. JE 8-5433 COMPLIMENTS OF NYLON EXTERMINATORS 2075 NE. 2nd AVE. FR 1-6904 university of the engineering sciences. The Technion, they realized, was to become the sole source of trained and qualified engineering manpower for an expanding Israel, whose economic salvation lay in a highly industrialized society. Plans Drawn Up Plans were drawn up. revuu ed, discussed and revised, and finally adopted. An historic site encompassing 300 acres on a slope of Mount Carmcl was handed over to the Technion by the Government of Israel, to be-, come the future campus of the Institute. Throughout the free world, particularly in the United States, strenuous efforts were made to acquaint the community with the role of the Technion, and to enlist widespread support in its behalf. Meetings were held, and new friends swiftly rallied to the banner of Technion. Funds for the Technion began to come in and quickly translated into buildings on the new campus, providing classrooms. laboratories, workshops, libraries, dormitories, and other facilities of a modern university A Happy Passover to All of Our Friends from Mr. Pilzer and Mr. Yaeger of the FONTANA HOTEL To All Greetings G & R ELECTRONICS TV and SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS 1352 N.W. 27th AVE. Ph. 633-7377 Passover Greetinqs HOUSE OF BAMBOO FINE CHINESE FOOD 6267 S.W. 8th STREET MO 1-8525 MO 1-8526 • TAKE SOME HOME • Happy Passover DAN ICE CREAM SHOPPE NOW OPEN Fancy Mbrds-Pies-Cakes Parfaits-For Special Occasions 1068 N.Miami Beach Blvd. 1558 South Dixie Hwy. Happy Passover to All Our Friends and Patrons MADEMOISELLE BEAUTY SALON 1518 S.W. 8th STREET Miami Ph. FR 9-1055 ANNA BLITCH The Technion grew, ar ;in t () its faculty, expanding its curriculum, widening its : search work, and each year tur.-.ng out more and more trained er {ineeri and architects and search people. Today, forty years since the opening of that first class in 1924, the Technion is ainternationa.'ly-ret*;) ized urlversity of the engineering sciences, offering the widest possiblran^. of subjects and expanding its physical facilities with eaoh new semester. More than 2.5" young men and women are enrolled in its Undergraduate School In the Graduate School. 750 • %  •jdents pursue still higher a.idemic training. The affiliate: Technical High School and Junior Technical College, each geared to fill particular needs in Israel's economy, total between them a student body of .nearly 2,000. *^ i Academic Curriculum \ More than two-thirds c; Technion's students are enscor.oed on the new campus. The acidennc curriculum has stretched into a wide spectrum encompa-ing all of modern engineering ar.: technology — chemical engi: 'eruu', PASSOVER GREETINGS PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N.W. 7th AVE. Phone PL 7 2431 Miami, Florida BRANCHES: Ft. 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T, March 27. 1964 P 'cturi and tow n planning, nical engj phj sii -. iti,n.i-. i hemistry, nucleax i i iirtical engineering I en ;ineering, in il and managenjenl engi. cjvjj RRd t'l.cctnc;il en%  eari ts closely link,1 • Israel's development arc |] swing on the Techmon ii is. The graduates of the .. %  te till key position.in is industry. And. as might iei n expected, the cry from 'a burgeoning industry is ire—and Mill more—trainigineers, architects, scientists technicians. .\ in-.credil courses under the auspices of the Technion are often d to nearly 6.000 working engineers and technicians in classes held in all sections oi Israel. Fl rty years have passed, and the foundations of the Technion have been found strong, in the forty years, as Israel con Boiidates its impressive achievements, a> the rate of immigra9-' 1 to Israel continues to raise the country's population, there can be no doubt whatsoever that the ..nparallelled job of the Technion will remain as urgent and as essential as ever—to provide the engineers and the builders. so trat they in turn can provide employment, economic strength anc security. GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH AWNING CO. CANVAS PRODUCTS Serving Miami Beach All Year Round 1125-5th STREET J€ 1-7345 >i A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Le Bon Cleaners & Laundry Irving Kornick* S55 S.W. 8th STREET TO ALL GREETINGS Soy %  Kemalt Control TV Sot Stern Electrical Engineering rectory Dittrioutor RCA Radios — Television Sales and Service OUMONT 5138 S.W. 8th STREET Phono HI 6-6540 "Tfce I*i f lor less" MRS. L. SILVERMAN & FAMILY and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY Ult S. W. FIRST STREET 6S3 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach /i&h All Their Patrons and Fr.fcnds a Happy Passover ** fcnislh IFJ'cr/rdr/ran Pag r-j'" % %  %  PA550VER %  %  mm%  A young Navy man recalls Passover Seders at home as he looks at display set up in USO-JWB center near his base. To make seder celebrations possible lor American GIs and their dependent in all parts of the world, the National Jewish Welfare Board shipped the kosher foods, wine and Hagaadahs months in advance, to arrive in 'ime at the most remote areas of the globe. PASSOVER GREETINGS from AUTOMATIC GAS • • • 13090 N.W. 7th Ave. MU 1-4638 SEASON S GREETINGS NEWMAN, BURK, CALHOUN & COMPANY REALTORS Real Estate & Mortgages 1538 DuPont Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL GREETINGS JOHNNY'S PURE SERVICE Pure Firebird G ees K w es fun Lube Motor Oib PURE TIRES BATTERIES "We Aim to Please" 805 E. Okeechobee Rd. Hialeah GREETINGS jot TOTH'S CORAL WAY GARDEN CENTER "tVWtTMNG lot tht LAWN end GARDEN" JOSEPH G. TOTM Horticulturist i, Plant Consul/an* (Formerly with Hwtor Supply Co.) 1667 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone HI 3-0496 III lt\ \ICI) NUT CO. 113 N.W. 36th STREET PL 8-5553 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL To All A Most Happy PASSOVER THOMPSON PRESS "the best in all types of printing" 1819 N.W. 79th STREET Ph. 696-1822 Happy Passover to All FLAMR OF 3UA3U 2454 NW 5th AVENUE FR 3-5054 Jack Kamin Leonard Coleman Howard Margoluis A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N.E. 2nd Ave. Phone FR 3-5373 Miami, Florida Mini's JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. Fkialer Street PHONE Fl 3-2197 GREETINGS TO ALL FROM BILL JACK • HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone FR 4-4174 Happy Holidays to All Gables Electric Br.c, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Bonded & Insured 251 MINORCA AVENUE Ph. 445-3697 CORAL GABLES TO ALL — GREETINGS THE AIRPORT BANK OF MIAMI NOW YOU CAN BANK SIX DAYS A WEEK ALL REGULAR BANK SERVICES PLUS COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT FREE CUSTOMER PARKING CONCOURSE 4, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Miami 59, Florida NE 3-2626 ABER Of FD.I.C. GREETINGS FLORIDA SAFE SERVICE CO. if BANK FIXTURES -dr Florida Manufacturers of Drive & Walk-Up Windows Night & Envelope Depositories TELLERS LOCKS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES "Specialists in Bank Equipment" 511 N.W. 72nd STREET PL 7-0982 GREETINGS HAPPY PASSOVER NEWLY DECORATED & RENOVATED FOR YOUR PLEASURE NICK & ARTHUR'S RESTAURANT and LOUNGE Over 27 Years of Gourmet Dining in Greater Miami 1601 79th STREET CAUSEWAY BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON WILLIAM "BILL" WISNESKY EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS Barber-Green Ditchers — Foundation* — Septic Tanks Dry Wells — Backhoe Excavating 7240 S.W. 42nd Street M0 6-2523 SUSONS mtuiNcs Dine in An Old World Atmosphere at the PINE TREE INN GERMAN AMERICAN CUISINE We Cater to Parties (Moderate Prices) Air Conditioned 2441 S.W. 37th AVE. Phone HI 6-6480 4 Blocks South of Miracle Mile I OVUM 1 PAINTING COMPANY PAINTERS and DECORATORS of FINE HOMES PL 8-6778 GREETINGS FROM MIAMI WATER CLINIC Specialists in Rust Prevention for Sprinkler Systems 1047 West Flagler Street Phone FR 1-5202 Dde County Resident Since 1906 A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE 3oats, Machinery, Office, Safes, Household, Concrete Pouring — Mov Anything—34 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area 239 N.W. 26th STREET Phone 635-6611



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Page 12-C +Je*ist ncridian Friday, March 27. 1964 BEST WISHES for a A HAPPY PASSOVER 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 To All Holiday Greetings TURZEL ORIGINALS Street, Afternoon and Evening Dresses JE 4-2224 Miami Beach 1008 Lincoln Road Best Wishes for a Happy Passover from Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan of BERNEY'S RESTAURANT 2691 N.W. 5th AVE. Ph. 634-3234 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL PHIL SCHILLER, Realtor 2007 N.E. 163rd STREET Wl 5-5494 North Miami Beach, Florida GREETINGS W. CARROLL WiLSON 1674 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI REACH APPROVED TAX CONSULTANTS O. H. SCHWARTZ 575 NE 125fh STREET Tel. 751-4754 North Miami, Florida ELLLINGTON and ASSOCIATES ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS — INCOME TAX 11601 NW 7th AVE., No. Miami Ph. 681-1713 Don't Get Cough* in the Late Rush! HAPPY PASSOVER SHAYNE OF Iff t Iff MNC. 2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724 HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN Beautiful Haggadahs in Jewish History By JOSEPH W. F. STOPP-ELMAN ^jNE of the great joys of my ^ %  early youth in The Netherlands formed part and panel of the Seder evenings, it was the privilege of handling my father's Haggadah. a somewhat ragged book over a hundred years old, and of looking as long as 1 liked at the quaint engri ings that illustrated the text. There was. for example, a picture in which the wise, the wick ed and the simple sons executed a strange dance, led and encouraged by "the little fellow who has nothing to ask." There \va> another, offering a graphic and convincingly gruesome representation of the ten plagues, and a third in which the people of Israel stood at the very edge of dry land, staring grimly down at the waters of the Red Sea in which the pursuing Egyptians were drowning in a most orderly and decorus manner. But the engraving I like above all was that of little Moses, tightly packed in a small marketing basket, and shifting down a stretch of water that looked very much like the Dutch canals with which I was familiar. Years later this early e\perience with my father's old book filled me with the desire to discover what the Haggadahs had been like at which children of long-forgotten generations must have gazed with an awe nnd a wonder akin to mine And in the course of time I have had ample opportunity to fulfil that v. ish. .New Treasures I have span! countless hours in the Oriental departments of museum-. -tioth in Europe and America. and: thanks to the marvelous perfection of modem reproduction method-, in the eoinforrof my own home, admiring Ihe oltimes highly artistic illustrations and illuminations abundant in the medieval Haggadahs of France. Italy and northern Spain; parchment books, written in clear, beautifully shaped characters that tell the wonderful story of the exodus; books that must have witnessed the intimate joy of the Seder rites in countless Jewish families, throughout four, five-hundred years—and even longer. Through their incorporation into the riches of museums and private collections, hundreds of HOLIDAY GREETINGS CENTRAL LIGHTING FIXTURES 12607 N.W. 7th AVE. Miami MU 5-1514 TROPICAL STUDIOS PORTRAITS, COPIES, PHOTOSTATS & PASSPORT PHOTOS HOME SITTINGS 125 NE 2nd Street FR 3-0204 GREETINGS GULFSTREAM PRESS, INC. 3800 NW 59th STREET MIAMI Phone NE 5-0611 %  OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Under New Management 1250 20th Street, Miami Beach JE 4-2194 SILVER OF MIAMI -Dresses 309 N.W. 2nd AVENUE EVELYN and IRA SILVER BEST WISHES FOR PA6Sp,VER TO ALL RABBI and MBS. S. M. MACHTEl Marvin and'WaonV^Jo' Stella Regina and Leo Jay Stitsky Extend to All Jewry Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER these invaluable manuscripts have been protected again tilation and final de • Hundreds more must surelj be hidden among stacks of ai family documents. gat!: dust in attics and unsusi storage places, or in as yet ur. known "genizah's." Qne they will come to light some of the most enthrallin. of the Haggadahs at present k to us. were accidentally ered." Take, for example, the casi ,>[ Hie so-called Sarajevo Hag Le-s than 70 years ap> no knew of its existence outside trw Cohens, a Jewish family Ish extraction which for -. generations had lived m Sara jevo. then the capital of Bosnia, The book had for cerrtifrie. a family heirloom, loved and treasured; but in 1894 the sudden death of the family's bread, winner forced his w idow to n aS^S 1 ize whatever "valuables" she possessed. Thus the manuscript was offered for sale, and imme diately acquired by the Bosnian National Museum where it stayed till the occupation of Sarajevo by the Nazis, in April, 1941 By this time the "Sarajevo Haggadah" had attained such in ternational fame that the Ger GREETINGS BE SAFE AT SEA HA.MPY IIOATMII RANDOLPH SHOE CO. 866 S.E. 9th TERR. HIALEAH, FLA. Melrose Glass Co. Glass for Every;Pujpose STORE FRONTS AUTO GLASS PLATE GLASS MIRRORS NE 4-9031 3734 N.W. 36th St. GREETINGS A. & B. WINICK Auto Radiator Service SERVICE l REPAIRS All Work Guaranteed ANY MAKE OF CAR 32It N.W. 54m STREET Phone 635-5337 PASSOVER GREETINGS C. R. I. AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION SERVICE 1102 N.W79th STREET Ph. 754-3332 PASSOVERGREETINGS Td..AiL." ( MIKE'S MEAT MABKET RETAIL MEATS 1416 ALTON ROAD Miami Beach Ph. 538-0148 1



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fridav. March 27, 1964 *Jewisl> noridliian Page 13-C tans, among the first measures they took, ordered the surrender of the manuscript. Fortunately ihe museum director, forcwlkrned, smuggled the Haggadah out of the building only an hour or so before the >Jazi envoy came to claim it; and until the fall of Nazism the book was safely hid den in a remote village where no one knew of its presence Now it is back in its old place and. despite the rather secluded geographic position of Sarajevo, more accessible to you and me than most medieval Ilaggadahs. A beautiful facsimile of the entire manuscript and its gorgeous illustrations and illuminations appeared last year in New York, its value to the lover of medieval art gallery greatly increased through the historic study and explanatory notes which Cecil Roth, famous Jewish scholar, added to it. -*: Playful Defacing The children of the Cohen family in Sarajevo must have d grand times looking at the olorful pages of their precious Haggadah, and wondering at the sketches, in deep blue and red ink. of fantastic animals, half dog, half fish, of dragons with tightly entertwined tails, of crowing cocks and strange birds nestling among the ornaments that fill the margins. .Many HAPPY PASSOVER To Our Friends and Patrons Jim Wood Land Clearing 3085 N.W. 54th STREET Ph. NE 5-6102 HOLIDAY GREETINGS PRINTING ARTS 1300 NW 29 Street Jack, Jesse, Herman, Al & "Pop" Teitler A HAPPY PASSOVER IOWA ML : %  ; v V Dr. and Mrs. Manning J. Rosnick f.i^d famjly W i *.i GREEI1NGS C. & R. SCRAP METAL ^IPE/PLA'TE & ^KIRAjriflETAl 3177 N.W. N. RIVER DR. NE ,4-aiil TO ALL GREETINGS KRAMER'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION QUALITY PRODUCTS PLUS SERVICE "Any Grade to Fit Your Car" 1900 N.E. 163rd STREET Wl 5-3613 small fingers must have traced the glittering gold leaf covering the initial words of important paragraphs; and once or twice a naughty little Cohen, in an unguarded moment, doodled in the wide margin of a finely iluminated page, filling the space with meaningless "Pi" and "2's" but, fortunately, never de facing the work of the 14th century artist. Indeed, their llaggadah offered them a great deal more than did my father's book to me; for not only are almost all the pages of the Sarajevo manuscript decorated with minute drawings and intricate ornamentations of a vast variety, but it also contains a series of over 30 half and full-page illustrations depicting Jewish history from the creation to the exodus. These pages are veritable jewels of medieval artistry, of a charming naivete, primitive in conception and execution, but always brilliant in coloring. They abound in human figures, from Adam and Eve in Paradise and Joseph escaping from the temptations of Potifar's wife, to the plagues and the triumphant Exodus. If anything, this riches of human representations makes it clear that the medieval Jew, in contradiction with the general belief, did not hesitate to Introduce the human figure in the illustrations for bis ritual books. Figurative art seems, in fact, to have been quite popular among the medieval Jews of western Europe. Kaufmann Haggadah Another -.penwskable Haggadah. now easily accessible through the refined reproduction possibilities of our day, is the so-called "Kaufmann Haggadah," published by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1957. David Kaufmann, a Hungarian Jew who lived from 1852 till 1839, found this manuscript among hundreds of documents he rescued from the immense "genizah," treasure of Cairo, discovered in 1896: the buried remnants of Hebrew writings comprising some 200,000 manuscripts and fragments of manuscripts that cover a period of more than 1,000 years. The Kaufmann Haggadah is in a rather dilapidated state, with many of its pages torn or cropped, and several that suffered badly from moisture. Like the Sarajevo manuscript, it was most likely written in northern Spain, round about the year 1370. The illustrations are beautiful, often showing much bettter, more "advanced" draughtsmanship than those of the Sarajevo Haggadah. Yet. they have a Continued on Page 14-C JOHN L. POWERS ROOFING Established 20 Yrs. on Miami Bel. ROOFING — THE & BUILT UP ROOFING Residential—Commercial—Industrial REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS LICENSED INSURED 1616 ALTON ROAD Miami Beach JE 1-3018 VERN0N D. BOND Bond Transfer Co., Inc. 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Pcc/e 14-C i*j€ni$t FkrSdlH3iin Friday, March 27, 1364 TO ALL GREETINGS NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES MAIN OFFICE 151 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 4-1601 Branches: Huntington Medical Bldg. Fort Lauderdale Van's Equipment & Rentals WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER Distributors for COOPER CUPPER POWER MOWERS Series — Rentals — Repairs TOOLS ft MACHINERY RENTED 1830 N.W.TOtn Street Ph.ne NEwton 5-8712 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ADRIENNE FINISHING COMPANY • METAL FINISHING • 4530 East 10th Lane Hialeah, Florida Phone 688-0361 Beautiful Haggadahs in Jewish History HAPPY PASSOVER 2134 NORTHWEST ^|*l COURT • MIAMI 37, FLORIDA "Greater Miami 1 Friendliest Printing Plant 1 Mike Mersel Happy Passover Ossie Mersel MIKE'S NEWS and SUNDRIES CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY 465 Forty-First Street Miami Beech Phone JE 8-6707 Holiday Gree'ings PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE Automatic Transmission—Paint & Body Work COMPLETE ONE-STOP-Carburetor and Tune-Up 6600 S.W. 62nd AVE., So. Miami MO 1-6041 Greetings to the Jewish Community CONSOLIDATED REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone MU 1-6661 Passover Greetings from THE SHIRALEE-Works of Art Unusual Gifts Ph. 949-1636 No. MUM Beach 668 N.E. 167th St. Happy Holidays to All WORLD WIDE SALES SURPLUS SALES OF AIRCRAFT PARTS 608 N.W. 77th AVE. Ph. 888-7051 Continued from Page 13-C disturbing quality to the Jewish onlooker. It is. tor instance, a little strange to find an angel depicted with the typically Christian "halo," or to see Jews praying without a tallis, their heads uncovered, kneeling and pressing their fingers together in the accepted non-Jewish praying style. Some scholars have offered a solution to this problem, namely, that the artist who illuminated this wonderful manuscript was not a Jew, but most likely a Christian illustrator working too independently from the Jewish scribe who wrote the text. The faces, dresses, shoes of the people shown in this Haggahah tell us clearly that the medieval Jew readily adopted the hair and dress styles of the period and the country in which he happened to live, in this case southern France, or northern Spain, round about the town of Barcelona. Many illustrations in the Kaufmann manuscript show this "foreign" influence very strongly, at the same time emphasizing that the illustrator was a far more thorough worker and a considerably greater artist than the scribe. GREETINGS FROM BILL JOHANNESBURG HO* II MOTORS 9201 N.W. 27th AVE. Phone 696-4212 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS I~ CASEY Air Conditioning Installing 5856 Commerce Lane at 59th Place. S. Miami Phone 667-5194 HOLIDAY GREETINGS A & J SERVICE Uwnmowir Sales & Service Authorized Briggs & Stratton, Clinton Engines, Service Dealer 6386 S.W. 8th St Phone 661-8979 PASSOVER GREETINGS •I. nosn %v and Family NOVELTY STITCHING HEMSTITCHING Pleating. Tucking, Shirring, Applique, Rhinestones 261 N.W. 23rd Street FR 1-7133 GREETINGS A. J. WALLACE FURNITURE STORE REPAIRING REFfNISHING SPECIALIZING In Antiques, Piano, Furniture and Office Equipment 7622 N.E. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-7824 For the text suffers from many hastily-made corrections, as well as from deletions and repetitions. It leaves the impression that the writer was not too deeply interested in his task, and rather pleased to be "through" with it. Yet, between them these two men of medieval times created a splendid work of art, enriched with a series of beautiful illuminations that spell out the history of the Jews from the days of Egyptian bondage to the rounddance of Miriam and the very Seder ceremony itself. Darmsradtar Pesach-Haggadah The last of the three Haggadahs to be mentioned within the limited scope of this article is the so-called "Darmastadter Pesach-Haggadah," written and illustrated in Bonn during the latter half of the 15th century. This parchment, too, has been published in full color reproduction. Here the miniatures are outstanding for the ?reat skill with which they were drawn; they are, in fact, far more original than most Haggadah illustrations. Their creator was a famous Herman artist. Feilbusch Reiner; he worked in Bonn durHOLTDAY GREETINGS NORTH DADE COUNTRY CLUB H-HOIf CHAMPIONSHIP COU COURSl U.S. 441 at N.W. 207th St. NA 1-3621 GREETINGS VENETIAN NURSING & CONVALESCENT HOME rOK All TYFt CASES 1330 NE Bayshore Dr. Miami FR 9-7649 MR. AND MRS. NATHAN K. SPECTOB Directors HAPPY PASSOVER FRUIT FAIR 1654 COLLINS AVE. FRED AARONSON ELI QUAIN GREETINGS Radio Doctors South Miami • Coral Gables Southwest Section RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE 10943 S. DIXIE HWY. Phone MO 1-6877 GREETINGS *. J. DYKES IRON WORKS INC. BOB DYKES 1350 N.W. 21st TERRACE NE 3-3483 ing the second half of the 15th century, and is much less of an imitator of non-Jewish illuminating art than was the majority of his contemporaries. And so, although the originals of these famous Haggadah manuscripts are beyond the re^ch ot most of us—the first is ir. Sarajevo, the second in Budapest, and the last-mentioned in Darmstadt—we can all enjoy their quaint splendor by buying or borrowing the stupendously faithful reproductions. Can anything more enhance the intimate pleasure of the Seder evening than to read the service out loud from a such a centuries-old Haggadah, to follow the clearly written words on those parchment pages that have been seen by counties eyes? Or to look leisurely, when the service is over, at the qua^f iluminations strongly remind cent of medieval murals, to recognize the pictures of Mitten plagues, the drowning of the Egyptian pursuers—so very different from the severe blackand-white engravings that meant "Pesach" to me in my youth, yet so very much alike in feeling and significance? GREETINGS TO MY BOXING 4 WRESTLIK3 FANS CHRIS DUNDEE Boxing ami Wrtstliitf Pramafer MIAMI IEACH AUDITORIUM


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Friday. March 27, 1964 +Jen>ist> Fkrkiian fhe Few Cups of Wine at the Seder Page ISC -.EUGENE GROSSMAN t aracteristic feature of the -live Seder table are the i\ ine cups uf glass or silver for In rinkiny of the obligatory [our cups during the meal. A ipeclal cup. the most precious of lu 11 .ill. filled with wine, stands brim: .1 on the table to welcome he Prophet Elijah, the fore%  unni of the .Messianic Age. Tht vivid and impressive deicription of Elijah in the Bible jtirred the imagination of poets, pud he became the center of | ost-i iblical literature, particularly n the llagadah and Midash. The cup of Elijah ocupiea place of honor on the leder table, and during the ser ice ic doot is open to welcome the ': rophet. the harbinger of Ivfitron and consolation. His nanv. however, appears only once in the text of the Haggadah in the Grace after Meals, as it is said throughout the year. Heralded as the forerunner and the announcer of the Messiah. Elijah occupies a prominent place in Cabbalistic lore. He is depicted as a miraculous healer of the sick, as a peacemaker between father and children before the awesome Dav of Judgment On the Seder table the goblet of Elijah is ready In,' him because he is going to come of an unknown guest. For God Almighty had promised: Behold. I will scH:i you Elijah the prophet Before the morning Of the great and terrible day of the Lord. Malaohi (3. 23-2-1 > *The Egyptian Exodus Revisited Continued from Page 7-C •Mho readings stress the twin flthomt.s of spring and freedom." So, slowly, oven the themes %  change somewhat under differlont conditions. Nevertheless, T" GREETINGS BIRO AUTOMOTIVE INC. TECHNICAL MECHANICS 3841 Bird Road HI 4-6259 HOLIDAY GREETINGS Tropical Paper Box Co. Manufacturers of ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES Miami In'ernat'l. Air Depot Bldg. 14 Phone TU 8-8459 Miami Dr. and Mrs. MAX PEPPER AND FAMILY EXTEND BEST WISHES tor a HAPPY PASSOVER To All Their Friend* and Relatives TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS RIGHT'S American •Service Station QUALITY PRODUCTS PLUS SERVICE 15200 NE 6th AVENUE Phone 945-8741 Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons GABLES EE WASH IT 2601 S.W. 37th Ave. Coral Gables Phone HI 6-1217 one of the older ehaverim said to Prof. Spiro that he missed the beauty of the Seder of his childhood, which was traditional, and other kibbutz elders agreed with him. PORTOFIXO Sends GREETINGS to ALL HIS FRIENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS BAKER'S CARPET CO., INC. 120 N.W. 25th St. Ph. 635-0902 John A. Baker, President LMiBjiuiLi--r Tm*tmmm Greater Miami's Oldest !> Largest GREETINGS MARTHA'S FLOWER SHOP Our Wedding Work is Superb Flowers for All Occasions "A Complete Floral Service" Art with Flowers 801 Arthur Godfrey Road IE 8-5523 Passover Greetings from Vivian Pellegrino, Owner Mama Vi-Vi's Restaurant Italian & French Cuisine 1957-71 st Street UN 6-7047 Normandy Isle HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE FR 3-2671 Cup of Elijah, silver, Russia 1819. The Messiah, son of David, rides on a donkey preceded by the Prophet Elijah, shown blowing the ram's horn, as King David with harp enters Jerusalem. HOLIDAY GREETINGS Your FIGURE Problem Is NO PROBLEM to the PERFECT CORSET SHOP 1755 SW 8th STREET Miami, Florida FR 9-9837 SEAMAN'S CADILLAC SERVICE "We Service All Makes" Sinclair Petroleum Products 11541 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 751-9173 Miami, Fla. GREETINGS from YOUNG AGES 604 LINCOLN ROAD ELI LINIADO TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI WATER HEATER COMPANY Ph. 633-2656 Ph. NE 5-6715 1334 N.W. 29th STREET PASSOVER GREETINGS From LYONS FOOD PRODUCTS 224 NE 68th STREET Miami, Florida Tel. 751-3450 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS HAPPY HOLIDAYS GARY STEEL SUPPLY COMPANY "Service Our Motto" 7070 N.W. 35th AVENUE Ph. 696-5621 Miami, Florida TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS GREAT CIRCLE AVIATION, Inc. FLIGHT TRAINING • AVIATION SCHOOL AIRCRAFT SALES & BROKERAGE AIR CHARTERS ANYWHERE ANY TIME 1017 South Royal Poinciana Blvd. Miami Springs Dial 887-5654 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS "2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER" CARL'S DRIVE IN TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE (22nd & FLAGLER) 1 GLEN ROYAL PARKWAY Phone NE 4-8402 54th STREET DRIVE-IN 1630 N.W. 54th STREET Dial OX 1-5252 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS DAMN YANKEE RESAURANT • "JUST GOOD FOOD" • We Close on Saturdays 6115 N.W. 27th AVE. Ph. 691-9968 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS MESTRE EQUIPMENT COMPANY SALES & SERVICE • Repairing of Heavy Contractors Equipment 5015 N.W. 79th AVENUE Phone TU 7-1535 Passover Greetings from DUSSAULT STATIONERY CO., INC. 5822 SUNSET DR. South Miami MO 6-2575 Happy Passover—Compliments of MIAMI DYNAMITE CO. 165 Madeira Ave. Coral Gables Tel. 445-6477 Happy Passover — Compliments of CHAPLIN FLORIST 6600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Ph. 758-3601 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL HANDELL PRINTING CORP. 2157 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-5824



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Page 2-D +Jmist ncridfian Friday. March 27, 1964 PASSOVER GREETINGS ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC. AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET Phone 533-4445 To Our Friends in the South Florida Jewish Community We Extend Our Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER VIENNA SAUSAGE MANUFACTURING CO. Phone FR 1-6551 2181 N.W. 10th Avenue n (the first Seder night being i elebrated on Mar. 27) and la I eight days. It commemorate; Israel's redemption from Egyp i slavery, a memorial forever The evening before ie first F. H. MILLER GARAGE Complete Auto Service Phone HI 3-7802 3300 SW 8th STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL AMERICAN EXTERMINATORS MIAMI MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-6140 IT IS OUR PLEASURE SfRVING YOU ALLIED lAIM I I SEBYICE 299 NE 59th Ter ic Phone PL 1-76:: SEASONS GREETINGS THE HACK FAMILY MIAMI FOOD STORE 65 N. E. 14th Street Phone FR 3-2033 Visit Our Store on U". L Plantation Key. Florida "Key Payfair" A HAPPY PASSO• %  3 Hofmann's Garage 131 Alton Road JE 4-2305



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Friday. March 27, 1964 *Jfwi*fi Ftnridton Seder icalled "the flight of observance" (Lil Shtmurim), because "he Almighty's infinite love h; I for a long time been directed to the night of deliverance of the cruelly-enslaved Hebrew! trom Egypt in which trie X*".perceived one of the greateel acts of their God. Because of its profound and extraordinary significance, both for the popular consciousness and tlihistorical life of Israel, the month of the redemption from Fgypt became the first month as ordered by the Almighty And the Lord spoke onto Moses savins: "This month shall hunto yon the beginning ol mon,.',s: it shall be the first month jf the year to you." (Erfodtol 12:2.1 Passover's Significance Time arfd events have greatly heightened the significance of l'a--:vConsidered before only ai a series "i restive days to rem< mber forever the deliverance of a small people from cruel bondage, it now assumed the symbolic meaning of human Ireedom in general and of the the universal hope for the end ot all oppression the world over. Thus Passover stands for dignity and equality for all mankind. History and legend, laws and customs and a vast literature in general, which, since Biblical times, nas grown up around it. as well as the many and varied aspects of the Passover festival to which great teachers, thinkers and writers, poets and artists of all ages have contributed, are being revived in the solemn celebration of this dearly loved festival, which carries its ageles;; message to all. It has been said: "In every generation, each person is obliged to look upon himself as if he persona.'.y had come out of Egypt" (Passover Haggadah). Today, not only physical preparedness alone is required of us, but also a spiritual preparedness, for the lives of the Jews, the psysical and the spiritual, are closely linked together in the celebration of our festivals. The redemption from evil has always been a timely story for the Jews, for it is the moving tale of the special Divine Providence which alone determines the fate of our people. The story of Israel's bitter enslavement and miraculous deliverance amContinued on Page 5-D BEST WISHES FOR A KAPPY PASSOVER C. L. CLEMENTS Insurance Agency, Inc. 11 CO LINCOLN ROAD IE 8 7403 PASSOVER GREETINGS CENTER PHARMACY Phone PL 1-2924 Prescription Specialists 972-1 N.E. 2nd Avenue Dir. Opp. Shores Theatre GREETINGS LEE'S TACKLE, inc. Established 1920 324 N.E. 13th STREET MANUFACTURERS RETAIL Fishing Tackle — Repairing Marine Equipment Page 3-D The pursuing Egyptians drown in an illustration by the late great artist, Arthur Szyk. HAPPY PASSOVER VINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS 836 W. 18th Street Hialeah, Fla. Ph. 887-9496 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Shevin A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE PASSOVER GREETINGS Ph. 531-0357 THE ORIGINAL I HOFFMANSJ 15th Street and Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD OPEN ALL YEAR M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEERS 622 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 6-0836 GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenleaf & Crosby has been famous for its outstanding collection of gem quality diamonds in traditional and modern settings. GREETINGS DIXIE EQUIPMENT COMPANY TOWMOTOR-G E RLING ER—The-One-Man-Geng FORK LIFT TRUCKS CARRIERS TRACTORS if ACCESSORIES 5130 NW 17th AVENUE Miami Ph. 696-3652 Charles L. Waters, Res.: PLai* 9-0867 Louis and Ruth Reinstein WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER 2660 N.W. Fifth Avenue, Miami TO ALL .GREETINGS Dixie Gas Corporation Moe Longer 6394 So. Dixie Highway So. Miami BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON FLEEMAN BUILDERS "HUMAN BUILT MtANS BETTER BUILT' 11101 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235-7811 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY OlllvVS BAKERY 955 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-6142 Happy Passover to Our Friends and Customers A. B.C. SEWING CENTER, INC. SAIES SERVICE REPAIRS 12910 NW 7th AVE., North Miami Phone 685-1564 TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI COAL & OIL CO. and MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. INC. 2156 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone FR 4-7836 large Storage Rooms for Rent with Mtut Rails Zero t> Up TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS FLORIDA DIVISION United Benefit Life Ins. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. Phone FR 1-1523 AINSLEY BUILDING



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age 4-D +Jewlsli fUrklter Friday. March 27. 1964 SEASON'S GREETINGS CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED PLO^THE, FINEST^ IN ^IJ?;QO^DITIONIfciG.REFRIGERATIpN CALL FR 3-2191 FOR VENDOR "IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD" 2 4 hour servlCE BLOCKS CUBES Also Hollywood and Ft. lauderdale CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION FLORIDA DIVISION 931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191 PASSOVER GREETINGS CAMP FIRE BARBEQUE Under New Management) Open 7 Days a Week BARBEQUE AT ITS FINEST We Offer "Lip-Smacking'' RIBS, CHICKEN, BEEF, Also STEAK and SEAFOOD PLATES COCKTAILS and BEVERAGES LOCATION: V* Mile South of Cutler Ridge Center on U.S. 1 TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE Phone MO 1-5831 5850 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI TO ALL .GREETINGS WERNER KAHN PHOTOGRAPHER 2511 Collins Ave. %  Miami Beach JE 1-1872 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL IIOXDEO SPRAY SERViCE ROOFS PRESSURE CLEANED-GUARANTEED ROOF COATINGS TILE-GRAVEL-SLATE-ASBESTOS 99 NW 79th STREET Phone PL 81865 SEASON'S GREETINGS... GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT 7143 N. Miami Ave. Phone PL 4-8733 % %  It is again a Pleasure To Extend Season's Greetings To AU ABE \l I I Mil K. HOLIDAY GREETINGS Ml I WIMHt MHSIIH We Crew Our Own PLANTS—TREES—SHRUBS 15721 NW 7th AVE. Wl 7-6971 A HAPPY PASSOVER SAM and MILDRED LUBIN BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO. 9265 S. DIXIE HWY. Ph. MO 7-6461 Soecializing in Acreage Homes. Business Property in So. Dade The Zangwill Year Marked Internationally By S. J. GOLDSMITH THIS is Zangwill Year in Anglo Jewry. Israel Zangwill was born in 1864. Jan. 21. and died in 1926. The centenary is being commemorated with a series of events and functions stretching across the whole of 1964. The opening meeting took place in January; there will be an exhibition of Zangwilliana in July. Zangwill's old school will have several celebrations. There will be more lectures and meetings in London and the provinces; and there will be republication of some of Zangwill's major works. Among the patrons of the Zangwill Centenary Committee are several American JewsCharles Angotf. Solomon Grayzel. Emil Lehman, Maurice Samuel and Lionel Trilling. The list of patrons includes David BenGurion. Sir Isaiah Berlin. Michael Ayrton. Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie, Dr. Nahum Goldmann. Moshe Sharett. Eliahu Elath. Prof. Ber Mark, of Warsaw. Ida Kaminska. ot Warsaw. In short, the centenary is being commemorated as an international Jewish event of great significance Anglo Jews are not trying to monopolize it. Having, got oul oi the way the necessary current factual information. 1 can now go back to Zangwill himself, man and writer, politician and humanist. KMLlishman and Jew Born in Ghetto' Israel Zangwill's parents came from Poland. He was born in Whitechapel. the voluntary Jewish Ghetto in the East Side ot London, where the European Jewish immigrants used to live Today, they or their descendants are to be found in the green ISRAEL ZANGWILL suburbs of the metropolis, but some 25.000 of them still live in the East End—in much better circumstances. ZangwilKs father was a good man and a faithful Jew. but not much good at making a living. He struggled all his life, and his children had to fend for themselves from a very young age Israel Zangwill went to the Jewish Free Schdol. a famoueducational institution in Anglo Jewry, part Talmud forah and part general school. It is now. under the same name, a famous London BCbool within the national educational framework, in a different district, though Zangwill left school at 15. and for the le-t he was self-educated. He accumulated a vast amount of knowledge. Jewish and general, without a formal education. He was a teacher at his old school for a time, but his classic. "Children of the Ghetto." was published before he was 30. Soon TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALL DIESEL SERVICE "DIESEL ENGINE OVERHAUL" • 581 West 27th Street Ph. 888-2393 Hialeah TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS AARON'S PLUMBING COMPANY "Dependanble Service" 1990 East 6th Avenue TU 7-4824 HIALEAH. FLORIDA Happy Holidays to All Our Patrons and Friends ELLIOTT E. STALLINS STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY "THROUGH SERVICE TO YOU WE GROW" 21* CATALONIA AVE., Coral Gables HI 6-1653 BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER A.B.C. RADIATOR SERVICE REPAIRED RECORED ALL WORK GUARANTEED Service While You Wait Member of "Charge-It Club" 6200 NW 27th AVENUE (Opposite Stevens Market) Phone OX 1-2221 afterward, he became a full-time writer, author of books, contri butor to famous magazines, dramatist, humorist and sage. Unusual Characters Zangwill married the daughter of a famous English family who identified herself completely with all his causes, notably his Jewish activities. Zangwill once told Joseph I.eitwich. his disciple, biographer and friend, that, if there were a Jewish State, and he were to hesitate whether to settle there or not. his wife. Edith, would have gone there first. There is a daughter of Zangwill's in Switzerland One son, Oliver, is at Cambridge, professor of applied psychology Another. Ayrton, is in Texas where he works as a mining engineer. It is commonly agreed that Is rael Zangwill is the greatest An glo-Jewish writer, and "Anglo" is used here in the linguistic sense, not the geographical one His "Children of the Ghetto. "Dreamers of the Ghetto." "The King of Shnorrers." "Comedies of the Ghetto." "The Melting Pot." are all on Jewish themes lint he has lilted his Jewish char acters out of the Ghetto an i made them into universal types in fact, he did for his Jewish characters what sholem Aleich em ditl for the Jews of the Pale what Schneour did for the Jews of Shklov. and—to take a couple of non-Jewish examples — 'what James Joyce did for the Dub liners and Sinclair Lewis for the Americans. Zangwill also wrote non-Jew ish books, all successful at the time, and plays on general themes, the most popular ot them having been "The War God" and "We Moderns." He also left scores of penetrating es says of lasting value. Yet. among the English, he is just one more fine Victorian novelist, who lived into the Edwardian era and died under George V. He is forgotten by the reading public as are his contemporaries — Arnold Bennett, George Eliot. H. G. Wells, Anthony Trol lope and a score of others. From time to time, one of them is remembered, and there is a revival of interest in him and a re issue of his works. No one seems To All Greetings TAMIAMI PLUMBING CO., Inc. Jamet B. turf in Serving South Dade County and South Miami 8S25 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY Phone MO 7-8831 Season's Greetings to AU Our Friends and Patrons GUNN RADIO & TV Repairs on All Makes 1726 ALTON ROAD Phono IE 1-1932 Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons Fenton & Muskat REALTORS 529-41st STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-0631



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Friday, March 27, 1964 +Jmisli fhrM/an to know how this works; it is like the cycles of economic crises. Zangwill's turn will no doubt come; he is too fine a writer to be forgotten for good. "But his revival may not necessarily coincide with the centenary year. There are no rules about it. However, Israel Zangwill was more than a mere Victorian novelist. The British Encyclopaedia describes him as a "Jewish man of letters." And so he was. He was Jewish through and through, which did not prevent him from being universal, of course. And there Was also his Zionist and territorialist activity, and his deep interest in Jewish lore and the Jewish past. Not being religious in a formal sense, he left as a beautiful rendering in English of the Piutim, the pieces of medieval Hebrew poetry that are incorporated in our prayers for the High Holidays. Never Lest Touch Actually, Zangwill never lost his touch with Jewish life and Jcwishness. It is as if he never cut his umbilical cord which connected him with Jewish life but extended in length, so that he could move freely and unham pored in the non-Jewish world of life and letters. He never apologized for his Jewishness and never explained the Jews to the Goyim in the usual, apologetic Anglo-Jewish way of his time which, incidentally, still sur\ ives in some circles. No wonder Zangwill is included in the curriculum of Israeli schools. Whatever he was in English literature, he was a Jewish writer of deep significance and a bridge between Eastern and Western Jewries. Many of us have learned about British Jews for the first time from Zangwill's books. Zangwill is still readable, and still very much topical. Take the tolerant but disdainful attitude of,the average Anglo-Jew to Jewish clergy. He respects their knowledge but feels a certain amount of contempt for them because they do not know how to make money. It is all in Zangwill's books. Or the ritual of fried fish. It has not changed one little bit—the same fish, the same oil, the same friers, though the serving is done nowadays from bone china by a trim housemaid. Reading Zangwill is still rewarding—as a purely aesthetic I lcasure and amusing pastime. SINCERE WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS J. FRANK McCRACKEN Clerk of Criminal Court GREETINGS TO ALL BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON "l—k ett at It //•'!" 4M71. itk Avnroi HIAIEAH OX 14746 Air Conditioned A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Sol Megdell REALTOR 605 LINCOLN ROAD Phone IE 8-8551 not merely as a kind of duty toward our past and its heroes and martyrs. It is said that political Zionism started with Herri's visit to Zangwill's study in NorUjJ^est London. They did not take to each other instantly. But Zangwill organized Herd's first London public meeting and presided over it. Leve of Zion Zangwill could not for long live with the Zionists; nor did he have patience to wait until conditions were suitable for a mass settlement of Jews in Palestine. He was soon taken up with the idea of finding a territory for Jews to settle—not as a permanent solution to the Jewish problem, or as a substitute for Zion, but as a place of refuge for persecuted Jews. Herzl himself was inclined to accept this idea, but soon recanted, while Zangwill persisted, against all odds. Zangwill led the Territorialist movement, but his territorialism was not of the Bundist brand. He never argued that there can be a final solution outside Palestine, and never acPage SO cepted the Bundist thesis that, in a better world order, the Jewish problem would be solved alongside other problems. His love of Zion remained unimpaired and undiluted. When the Balfour Declaration came at least, Zangwill said at the celebratory mass meeting: "I came to congratulate and to cooperate." Give me some more anti-Zionists like Zangwill. and I will build a Jewish State in no time—that is how a contemporary is reported to have summed up Zangwill's attitude to Zionism at the height of his Territorialist activities. Israel Zangwill was designed on a large pattern. He found time and energy for taking a leading part in the fight for women's suffrage—delayed in England until 1918—and many other causes. He had a passion for social justice, nurtured on memories of East End poverty, and a restless soul that could find no peace in a cruel and callous world. Zangwill is remembered with affection and reverence by those who knew him. He belongs to the gallery of great Jews of all ages. Ageless Appeal of Passover Continued from Page 3-0 ply illustrates that our fate is determined by a just God. When we participate in the annual commemoration of our miraculous deliverance, the dramatic first chapter in our history, it is, indeed, our own survival which we are primarily celebrating. 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Page 6-D Jewish ncrkli&n Friday. March 17. 1964 Best Wishes ioi A Happy Passover CAREY MATTHEWS ENGLISH MOTORS, INC. WISH THEIR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY 1700 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Miami, Florida Phone 377-9603 Best Wishes from CLAUGHTON THEATRES • CIRCLE • TRAIL • NORTH MIAMI HOLLYWOOD THEATRE, Hollywood TO ALL .GREETINGS MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCKS MIAMI GREETINGS Fi' MANCMV Florida's First and Finest Chinese Restaurant Now Open 12 Noon • Luncheon • Dinner • Supper STEAMING HOT DELIVERY SERVICE 325 -71st Street, Miami Beach Phone UN 6-4303 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Jamie's Dog Grooming Salon DOG GROOMING PET SUPPLIES 7345 S.W. 8th STREET Ph. 221-2541 Holiday Greetings A. D. SMITH, REALTOR BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS MACK'S CYCLE SHOP SCHWINN BIKES ftEPAIRS. SALES POWER LAWN MOWERS 6720 S.W. 62nd Avenue Phone MO 1-8363 To Our Many Friends and Patrons Greetings PARAMOUNT CLEANERS iHCIAUZIN6 IN TAIIOHNG AND CUSTOM MAU CLOTHES Phone HI 64367 1753 CORAL WAY TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS CY PRODI CE COMPAXY WHOLESALE FRUIT & VEGETABLES 1200 NW 22nd STREET Ph 379-4131 Passover Greetings from Miami's Only Leather Cleaners Certified Suede & Leather Cleaners 734 S.W. tM AVENUE Ph.*e HI t-Um TO ALL .GREETINGS ERIC G. III I TM II PAIMTIM6 AND DECORATING 1658 N.Vt. 19th Street Phone NE 5-8912 Unusual Seder Plates in Our History A threc-ticred silver Seder ** plate from early nineteenth century Vienna is one of many Passover treasures to be seen at the Jewish Museum of the Hebrew L'nion College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. Prof. Joseph GuUnann describes the plate as a fine example of Passover ceremonial objects made in the Austro-Hunganan Empire, which produced manysplendid Seder appurtenances during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Very few of the surviving ceremonial objects used to grace the Seder table, or for other Jewish purposes, go back further than the seventeenth century. Prof. Gutmann explains, due to the constant ravages and expulsions >uffered by the Jewish people during the Middle Ages. In any case, most Seder items could not antedate the early Middle Ages as it was unto until then that the Seder ceremony, as we know it today, was fixed. The earliest illuminated Passover Haggadot which give us a glimpse of the lost ceremonial objects are no older than the thirteenth century. Embroidered Covers The Seder, as it developed during the Middle Ages, provided many opportunities for the fashioning of ceremonial objects. The pious women of the household in particular found opportunities to embroider covers for the matzot, handtowels for the prescribed washings of the hands, and covers for the cushion upon which the head of the household customarily reclined. Most important for the celebration of the Seder was the Seder tray placed in the center of the Seder table. On it were placed the Silver Seder Plate made in Vienna. Austria in 1815. From the Jewish Museum of Hebrew Union College—Jewish Insutu'5 of Religion at Cincinnati. covered matzot and the prescribed symbolic foods. In most households, plain pewter plates were used for this purpose. These carried charming but naive engravings of episodes from the Passover Hag gadah. such as the story of the four sons or an actual depiction of the Seder celebration. Most typical were plates having a pointed star with the Passover lamb in the center and Hebrew TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY 605 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone FR 1-8473 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL AL KRONOWITZ & FAMILY MODERN PRECASTING CO. 2150 W. 3rd Avenue Hialeah, Florida Tl 8-5291 To All — A Most Happy Passover Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weintraub and Family 9290 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE Miami Shores To All Season's Greetings KOSSOFCYPEN INSURANCE, Inc. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Ph. 532-3737 825 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach inscriptions and illustrationI the final song at the Seder ceremony. Chad Gadya.'" An Only Kid."' around the rim—as in a plate made by the Jewish folk engraver. Joel ben Jehudah. in Germany in 1779. Three Compartments The striking Viennese Seder plate at the Jewish Museum i* Cincinnati date.back to 1815. It ha three compartments te >eparate the three required matzot — the unleavened bread or bread of affliction which is te remind us both of the hardship? our forefathers endured and the bread they ate in their hasty departure from Egypt. On the top tray are six small figures. The two figures with the boatlike containers on their head? were designed to hold the roasted egg—the traditional symbol (A the burnt offering brought co festivals into the Temple at Continued on Page 15-0 • GREETINGS BUNNY YEAGER PHOTOGRAPHY POSTRAIT-COAv^RCiAl.—GLAMOu* COLO* BUSINESS CARDS POSTCARDS UOCHURES All Stock Fho-cs A.i IK t to Ao-rt'S.r& with Full Model fi.l.-'So 1020 NE 118th STREET PL 9-35*5 PASSOVER GREETINGS from FLORIDA EQUIPMENT COMPANY OF MIAMI 3356 NW 30th STREET NE 3-6371 Miami. Fla. C*ffTINGS TO All Aare* Kaprr DESK EXCHANGE Pbaat Nl 4-4024 Htm mmd Utti Office Farafrara 2742 N.W. 35tfc STIKT



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Friday, March 27. 1964 Jewish Mortdnam •* Page 7-D Valeria Beruriah: Most Remarkable Woman By RUTH MORRIS ^A:.ERIA Beruriah was one ni !" the mnl remarkable women in eai y Jewish history and literature. She lived in the Second Century C.E., and excelled in knowledge and wisdom She v is proclaimed prophetess and jadfS and co-leader of the n;itlbn'S rrmed forces (Judges 4-5). For the greater part of her life she lived in Tiberias. Palestine. She vis the daughter of the saintly If/inaniah Ben Teradion. who died a martyr because ol his unswerving devotion to the Torah, and the wife of the famous Rabbi Weir, who had to llec from religious persecution. Beruriah herself was a great scholar in her own right, having acquired an immense store of learning. The great Rabbi Johanan stater! admiringly that she had mastered 390 laws daily for a period of years. She fearlessly engaged in difficult discussions with V-e greatest scholars of the Academy and carried her point against them. Her canon in Biblical interpretations was: • Look at the end of the verse," and it Became axiomatic with later authorities. Prevails Over Father Once Beruruiah dared to differ with her great father in the version of a law. Rabbi ben Babba preferred her version to that of her father exclaiming: "His daughter said something better than he did." Once, when her husband was greatly perturbed because some ruffians were troubling him. and when he called maledictions upon them, Beruriah pointing at Psalm 104:35 said, "Let sinners cease out of the earth and let them be no more." thus suggesting her hope for the uprooting of all sinfulness. She urged her husband to pray for the end of sinfulness rather than for the destruction of the wicked. "Look at the end of the verse," she admonished him. "where it is written: 'And the wicked shall be no more'." Beset With Hardships Beruriah's life was full of great sorrows and bitter hardships made bearable only by her great love and devotion to her husGreetings from Algiers Rower Shop Harold and Jack Krongold 2513 Collins Ave. JE 4-2907 HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM THE C. W. KISTLER COMPANY HI 5-1441 1414 CORAL WAY Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge Best Wishes To All GINO HAIR STYLIST "Your Satisfaction Our Pleasure" 1057 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Ph. JE 8-4478 "The Consecration of the Candles," by Isidore Kaufmann. band. Her mother met with violent death, and a sister was carried off to a house of prosti tution. Urged by Beruriah. her husband succeeded in freeing her from the house of shame overcoming great difficulties. Now he and Beruriah had to flee themselves to Palestine during the night to save their forfeited lives. Beruriah's fortitude is best illustrated by the well-known story of the death of her two young sons on a Sabbath. Rabbi Meir sat during the whole of Continued on Page 13-D TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER MICHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITCHEN • PIZZA AT ITS BEST OPEN 11 A.M. UNTIL 12 P.M. CALL ME FREE DELIVERY 1242 N.E. 163rd ST. Wl 7-4911 North Miami Beach, Florida BEST WISHES C & N Service Corporation Guaranteed Repairs and Maintenance All Makes of Air Conditioners & Freezers WE HONOR ALL FACTORY WARRANTIES 844-856 SW 27th AVE. HI 5-2635 GREETINGS FARREY'S WHOLESALE HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. -k CONTRACTING HARDWARE • MODERNFOLD DOORS • LIGHTING FIXTURES 7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE PL 4-5451 HAPPY HOLIDAYS STUART REALTY SELLING ACREAGE HOMES AND BUSINESS PROPERTIES SINCE 1955 333 N.W. 28th AVENUE Phone 635-0849 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Friends and Patrona W. J. FICHT General Passenger Agent m SEABOARD RAILROAD LOUIS BAIDA/J ;oodw,n Cifti -Promotion.! Advertising ^//MMtuM W, 4590 N.E. 2nd Avenue P.O. Box 37-634 Miami, Florida Phone: 754-5536 Visit Our Air Conditioned Showroom BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON SWEET PAPER SALES 6800 NW 36th AVENUE MIAMI TU 7-1594 TO ALL REASON'S BEST WISHES JOII \ F. Ml ISO \ LORY'S FASHION SHOPS Dresses Sportswear Accessories Lingerie Beachwear Passover Gree'ings from Morris Ciment Florida Picture Frame Corp. 1050 ALTON ROAD Ph. 538-7373 MR. and MRS. MAX THURSTON of ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE, INC. Wish All Their Friends a Happy Passover TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER COUNTRY CUB IIIVMIts DRY CLEANING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IRVING SCHWAN 401 PERRINE AVE. PERRINE Ph. 238-0621 GREETINGS IMIILirs CAMERA SHOP 1339 BlSCAYNE BLVD. Phone FR 3-7676 CntCTINGS 1IMSOX I I It I & SI ITIV CO. TIRES and TUBES RECAPPING ACCESSORIES BATTERIES 10898 NW 7th AVE. 3300 SW 8th STREET 1002 E. 27th STREET, Hialeah OX 6-0070 16630 S. Dixie Highway 8920 Bird Road



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Page 8-D • k*ist FhrMiar Friday, March 27, 1964 ALFRED ARONOVITZ AND ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SEYBOLD BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL ALAMO CATERERS Yes we cater for Industrial Openings, Office Parties, Poo! Parties School Carnivals, Weddings and Bar MitzvaHs, Children's Birthdays and Buffets. Tea Sandwiches SI 00 doz and Cold Hor* d Oeuvres S5 00 hundred 9715 N.E. 2nd AVE.. Miami Shores PL 7-6031 PL 1-4835 CORAL GABLES: SPECIALIZING in Individual BOX LUNCHES 2616 PONCE DE LEON. Coral Gables HI 6-2716 Trudy M. Seaton—Cheryl M. Seaton—Lee M. Seaton—F. L. Aldinger SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI. INC. Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload 1229 N.W. 2Ut Street Phono FR 3-6491 • till INC I HAVE* MANOR SANITARIUM E iJ.w W Hid ltK.rtatd — ta i id.nt i el and TraaM.1 — K.at.na.U tatea M H.wr NwriMfl Car* f.f CtviltKihInvaWdi—*j.d lar>tr*d Nww i. €. THAI*, Director I HIS W. 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You can note this in the weekly lists of exhibits that appear on the art pages of New York newspapers, and you can see it in homes and museums not only in New York, but throughout the country. Playing an important role in the development of this growing acceptance of Israeli art is the Gallery of the Herzl Institute, in the Jewish Agency building at 515 Park Ave. Each year, for almost a decade now. some half dozen or so Israeli artists are introduced to the public at this • Showcase for Israeli Art Of course, there is no such thing as a definitive Israeli art. The artists from Israel run the gamut from A to Z. from the abstract to st;irk or photographic realism. But through the shows presented at the Herzl Gallery, under the direction of Alfred Werner, the distinguished art critic and historian, there is .. discernible trend. Jewish Quality Suggested Although Jewish art is no I er typified by the bear ed Jew of the ghetto, there is a Jewish quality in much of Israeli art. There is also more than a suggestion of the Oriental or Mediterranean. Much of it is done in the warm colorof the tropical or subtropical. But this is to be no high-brow discussion of Israeli art. ratbei just a modest presentation to the wider public of some of the arthemes and points of view, you tists presented in the last year ,, -j %  .. i or so at the Herri Gallery, one "'" get >" "^ a '" ^ of the cultural aspects of the •" %  *• program of the American SecOne of the more recent exfwi, r ionB A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FROM THE SEYBOLD BUILDING 3a N.I. 1st Street a. OFHCI SPACi AVAILABLE BEST CINTIAl LOCATION CALL W&£i&t Management Company /REALTORS FR 1-3592 — 234 Biscoyne Blvd. — Miami. Flo. A street scene in Abu Gosh, a little Arab village adjacent to Jerusalem. This is one of the earlier, pre-abstract works of Ahron Elvaiah, shown at Herzl Gallery. tion of the Jewish Agency. 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Friday, March 27. 1964 "Jewish meridian colors (with m-Jted gold and silver n'mii;i-. "•: of Early Renais sance panels', probably a reflection of his Italian training, have won him such recognition as a prize award ir. tne Via Margutta Art CfMBpetitiOB :n Rome for his •Houses." a Til Aviv scene. Man's Scibrl* Reactions Then there i> David Giiboa. born iand educiNfd in Hungary, but a : reside.it oi Israel for over 30 ye4rs. He U an expressionist. His is : a recognizable Israeli portrait, jbut as Werner says, "he give* : us wh..: r.o color photography can supply: man's subtle reactions to streets, mountains. lakes,-; trees. pe;ple." (iilboa, wh.) a member of the Sfifad arcolony, sees the past in modem terms. His art is a response to the age-old alleys of Safari ar 1 Jerusalem as they are alive today with the exotic Anachronisms of new immigrants from A-ia and Atnca. Some may call "old fashioned art;" cert an .• is artless or possibly native art; but it Is an honest portrait f Israel in pas^f i'N, water co!.r, gouaches and ""Toils. Veronika Ne • is also HunI garian, an attractive blonde in ( her forties. Werner calls her "a metaphysical realist." Since Hitler, she ha-lived mainly in Paris. Bnt she has done a considerable portion uf her work in Israel, and plans to live there permanently Mrs. Nemes. who was restored J to sight after almost complete 1 blindness, has a most unusual I technique. Hr work resembles j a relief map, ar. I is achieved by her palette knife virtually carving into a thick substance with which she cover* the canvas. She then cosers this bas relief with innumerable bits of color. The finished picture bears a resemblance to sculpture, with its extra, dimension Politic* I Cartoonist Also recently u exhibit at our "Showcase lor Israeli Art" was NathanelBehiri. who went to Palestine m 1325. served as an officer of the Haganah, and who has.devoted uauself entirely to art since he left the army in 1930. His canvases sppear in Israeli museums and are included in the collection of Itzhak Ben-Zvi, the late President of Israel. Fay different v as the showing of Israel's forerrost political carContinued on Page 15 D A Happy Pcssover to All M. Glenn Tuttle BUSINESS INSURANCE SPECIUIST '^ Phono 444-9535 1800 CORAL'WAY HOLIDAY GREETINGS FIHTOaAY INC. 4101 N.W37th Avenue Phone NE 3-2543 Miami Florida BEST WL3HES FOR : THE HOLIDAYS HMKIS STUDIO '. • -s • 2256 Coral Way Miami | ... jf • • Figurines Restored Antiques Lamps H.3-5M6 Page 9-D i ISRAtL.. 6y FRWCE ISRAEL HoltWay Greetings To Our Many Friends Construction Products Corp. BUILDING MATERIALS 6365 NW 36th AVENUE Phone OX 1-9180 ijl TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS D'BIEN Fashions by Digna 237 NE 35th STREET Phone 379-5971 ISRAEL 6y U.SSfZ, ISRAEL. The Israeli cartoonist, "Dosh," as exhibited at the Herzl Galley, presents a satirical picture of the Jewish State as he thinks it appears to the French, the Americans, the Arabs and the Russians. TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS RED COACH GRILL 1455 Biscayn* Bird. i %  Phone FR 9-4008 Best Wishes for the Holidays CENTRAL TAXI SERVICE, INC. YELLOW & MERCURY CABS MIAMI BEACH JE 2-5555 JE 1-5565 150 Radio Dispatched Taxi Cabs TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Tony's Service Center ir Expert General Automotive Repairs + 1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 226-5833 7070 W. FLAGLER ST. FR 1-3365 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS ADAE& HOOPER The Oldest Insurance Office in Miami Beach 1500 ALTON ROAD JE 8-6364 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNIVERSITY CABS CORAL GABLES Phone HI 4-1616 BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER GEORGE AND FANNIE BERTMAN HelMey Greetings "Service teymi Price" KEYSTONE POINT MEDICAL PHARMACY Oyveiite C*fifreti bin PrescrtetMM A Specialty TED SEGDA-PL 9-5150-12400 ilSCAYNE itVD. PHARMACIST NORTH MIAMI, FIOR10A A Happy Passover to Our Friends and Customers ABBE VENETIAN BLIND, INC. 25 N.W. 19th STREET Miami Phone FR 9-9751 HAPPY PASSOVER Fay Potter Corsetry 9531 HARDING AVE. UN 6-2548 70 Alt SEASON'S CKtniHCi •JACK DITFFIELD ASS'T. CITY MANAGEI MIAMI IEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS SMALL FRY DAY NURSERY A KINDERGARTEN "On Two Beautiful Ac res" Swimming en the Premis$ Year-Reund 1455 N.W. 183rd STREET Ph. NA 4-2083 •1ST CONfMl StKVKl Termite PreciJn j-r iniri-M'ef rVo.fi.j MIAMI MIAMI MACN COt Al GAMf S BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE, INC. DON'T TOLSRATI—EXTZRMJNATK 3555 SW 59th TERRACE Phono HI 6-6401 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL PARKS AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 740 N.W. 25th STREET Phono NE 4-6178



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Friday. March 27. 1964 vJewltii fhrSdian lord W. Brown, cannon of the \V;i-hinston Cathedral, Washington. D.C.; the Rev. Silas A. Meckel, then pastor of the Mayflower Congregational Church in Minneapolis... ap* The Navy Admiral in San Juan who received us and gave us the good news about Viecques was Jewish, although he never revealed by the slightest hint that this was so. I learned it from the rabbi of the San Juan congregation, who said that each year, just before Pesach. the Admiral's Episcopalian wife would call to ask him to please send her Jewish husband some matzos. So far as the rabbi new, this was the Admiral's only formal tie with his religious heritage. I might add that, up to TO ALL GREETINGS JONAS J. IIKOIMW 430 SEYBOLD BLDG. MIAMI, FLA. HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL LEATHER WORLD, INC. 339 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES For Holiday Gifts Luggage i> Leather Goods GREET WITH "FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" FRANCES ALBERTSON FLORISTS 59 NE 54th STREET PL 8-3406 Page HO A shipment of Passover foods and other supplies is unloaded at an Army depot in Korea under the supervision of the Jewish chaplain and his assistant. Ma'.erials were shipped long in advance of the holiday by the National Jewish Welfare Board, which provides materials for ail the Jewish holidays to Jewish chaplains on duty with the U.S. Armed Forces in all parts of the world. and including World War II, this was about par for the JewishBflSI of most high-ranking Jewish military officers. 1 had a CO in World War II overseas who was the nephew of the head of one of America's leading Jewish organizations. This colonel-boss of mine did not own up to being Jewish until we had been in combat for over three months. Being under fire changed his religious perspective a bit and, after a while, he became one of my best congregants. When Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose was killed while his division was fighting in our Corps. we were required by military regulations to bury him under a cross and not a Star of David, because there was nothing in his military records nor in the knowledge of his division chaplain to indicate that he was Jewish. Since World War II, there has been a decided change for the better in this regard. Outstanding and high-ranking Jewish career officers, such as Gen. Abe Back, of the Air Force, and Gen. Bernard Waterman, of the Army and others, have been loyally and proudly faithful to their religious tradition throughout their military careers. Long Flying Hours When I flew to Europe for the Army in the summer of 1952. my team-mate for the chaplains' retreat was that wise, kindly, and gentle rabbi. Max Davidson, of Perth Amboy, N.J. The retreat was held at Bad Nauheim, northeast of Frankfurt, in the only kosher hotel in all Germany. After the retreat, I visited the individual Jewish chaplains at their posts in England, France Continued on Page 12-D To All Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays LANG ROOFING & THE CO., INC. Established 1939 ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK PL 8-1009 PL 1-2878 430 N.W. 79th STREET TO ALL — HOLIDAY GREETTNGS ATLAS SCREW & SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC. Bolts — Nuts — Screws — Washers — Expansion Bolts Steel — Brass — Stainless — Aluminum IRVING M. STERN 3675 NW 67th ST. Miami OX 1-4351 MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS DINE DANCE S00 Deer Run • Phone TU 8-4521 EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY AKT BKUNS, Co-Owner TO ALL GREETINGS JAMES A. REARDON YOUR NORTH MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN T Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to Our Many Jewish Friends in South Florida TROPIGAS • INC. OF FLORIDA Since 1927 Southeastern Natural Gas Corp. We Serve You ... As You Wish to be Served 2603 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables Season's Best Wishes HUDSON SERVICE Tires — Tubes — Batteries — Tire Recapping ACCESSORIES ROAD SERVICE Wheel Aligning and General Repairs Phone 633-6988 1185 N.W. 36th Street Miami 37, Florida ANDY ANDREWS and TOMMY HUDSON, Owners TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETNGS Richard Ives Jim Conwoy READY POTATOES 2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE PHONE NE 5-4437 TO ALL GREETINGS CAPT. S. HAMWAY BOAT POPEYE HAUIOVER BEACH DOCK Phone Wl 7-3525 ENJOY A DAY FISHING — Pitr 2 — 10800 COLLINS AVE O. M. PUSHKIN CITY MANAGER OF MIAMI BEACH Extends Greetings to All GREETINGS IOM3II Mil RARRER SHOP 18186 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Air Conditioned — No Waiting SEASONS GREETINGS ARCHITECTURAL GLASS PRODUCTS INCORPORATED 552-556 N.W. FIFTH STREET Phone FR 3-6213 Cable Address—Carolgla* GREETINGS 4.11 Id III s SHOE SERVICE COMPLETE ORTHOPEDIC & REGULAR SHOE SERVICE 11695 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ph. 685-1452 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL EDWARDS PRODUCE CO. 1227 N.W. 21st STREET Ph. 374-6143 MR. and MRS. NATHAN H. SPIE6ELMAN and Children, Bob, Max, Fred, Guy, Shirley Gail, Steven Mark, and Gary Allen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends a Happy Passover I J



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vJmislincrMton Friday. March IR 1964 GONDAS CORPORATION ELECTRIC MOTORS PUMPS AIR COMPRESSORS MACHINERY and SUPPLIES 151 NW 54th STREET Miami 37, Florida PLaza 7-5531 GREETINGS COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL FORMERLY TAW PAVING CO. WILLIAMS PAVING CO. Over 10 Acres of Paving for Royal Castle in the Past 8 Years • DRIVEWAYS • SIDEWALKS • GRADING • CLEARING • EXCAVATING • BULLDOZING NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL! EQUIPMENT RENTALS 670 W. 25th St., Hialeah Ph. TU 8-4519 The Exciting Story of a Flying Maggid Continued fram Page 11-D and Germany' and talked" at each post to the Jewish servicemen. In January 1954, the Armed Forces Chaplains Board sent me to Japan and Korea. What a trip that was for "the flying Maggid," in the days before the swift jets. After a long flight from New York across the States, and a one-day rest in San Francisco. 1 flew practically nonstop from San Francisco to Tokyo, 38 hours in the air, except for a one-hour stop in Hawaii and forty-five minutes at Wake ? was £SS K5 3S T "he Jewish chaplain serving in .he Philippines instru So, about nine hours out of Tokdren o{ servicemen in the reading of the Haggadar. in preyo. I took a sleeping tablet Unration | or Passover. GI families are an importer ceaponfortunately for me, it did not Jjujiuy f or Jewish chaplains recruited, endorsed anc rved take effect until we were about ^ Naliona i Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) for duty all three hours from Tokyo. In ionI ug Arme<1 Forces. A year-round riigiou sequence. 1 had to be hall-car ra "" includinq educational activities for children ~nd .i _t !_;_-• ,„ n rlf u>itV> tVioir fit rr. j^. 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A Poor Flyer This was not the end of my flying adventures on this trip. Hopping around Korea in little C-19's and C-20's and helicopters was not much fun for me, who gets scared silly whenever I have to look down from any great height. To add to my sense of well-being, flying from I Corps to X Corps, our little plane iced up in a snow torm, and we just made it back to 1 Corps Hq, where my stay as guest of honor of Gen. Bruce Clarke was prolonged until the weather conditions improved. I never did get to X Corps. And then, coming back from adults, is part of the chaplains' work with their GI ccr :: tions. Korea to Japan, the snow-gremlins got us again so that our plane was compelled to land at Nogova. 250 miles southwest of our destination, Tokyo. However, this was. indeed, a blessing in disguise. It gave me the opportunity to take my first Japanese train-ride, which was most delightful. Particularly enchanting was the sight of orange trees in full bloom, right in the middle of a heavy snowstorm: Annually, the Armed Forces Chaplain's Board, the Air Force and the Army, in cooperation with the National Jewish Welfare Board's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy, assign members of the Commission and its staff to make such flying trips to many parts of the world where U.S. military forces are stationFlorida BHilders Service, Inc. y 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami. Florida TO ALL — GREETINGS Miami Jai Alai Fronton NE 3-3201 "RICHARD "DICiT BERENSOK And Associate* ed. The purpose of t %  ; m sions is to provide spir: ml an) advanced Jewish educa! )nal gtj portunities for Jewish • : iplainl overseas and memberUral GI congregations. In March and April % %  '<* e aJ went to the Far Ea>t M | time. This time. I than 3D.000 miles, conduct] chaplaincy retreats : %  Torsi Convocations in Haw a.. 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. March 27. 1964 B4 -Jewisti fktli, ,r 111 I' an i ON het] %  at for you, who read these to offer a word of thanks at yputfceVn Seder table '" JiWndreSs of thousands %  flwmed American men and of all faiths who, on ctj yt-pigfatt 1963, are stiU Sn^f'**WffR^r^ N 'm TWPPIF ^PIW* than fifty other countries |ghout the world, to pretty political and religious fyorr.< of your family and recently, in October and tr.ber, 1963, accompanied by kite, 1 conducted Torah Conttions for the Air Force in (icy, Spain, France, Germany. England. It was my wife's trip overseas. She went \g for a very special reason we have a son of our own Ihe military chaplaincy, staled in Germany. And our wile, please God, soon ( %  Id have her first baby. And at more appropriate reason Jld there be for Mamas com along, if anyone should hap to ask? So Papa and Mama |veled all over Europe togethby plane, train, bus, and ferfo the oddest sounding places: iir. Karamursel. Zaragossa. jreaux, Bitburg, llahn, South lislip. Lakcnhcath, bringing a Ivi-h word to Jewish service I and their families. \nil here let me pause again say that there has been a it change in the composition It ho Jewish group in the millf since I started these journthirteen years ago. in 1950. GREETINGS Page 13-D Youngsters ask the Four Questions at a community Seder held at Jewish Community Center affiliated with the National Jewish Welfare Board. Model Seders for parents, demonstration Seders for youngsters from nursery school to teen-age, arts and crafts projects and a variety of other special programs are part of the Passover observances conducted by Centers and YM-YWHAs affiliated with and served by JWB. there were very few Jewish career officers with families in the military. Most of the Jewish soldiers were unmarried adolescents. This is no longer true. There are now comparatively few teen-aged Jewish soldiers overseas. Even the unmarried ones are mostly in their early or middle twenties. And there is an ever-increasing number of married families. Jews are found among the career officers and NCO's m a proportion that quite accords with our population percentage. The programs of most Jewish chaplains, complete with religious school, sisterhood, and so forth, currently resemble those of their civilian colleagues more closely than ever before.) The Better Choice So, what does it feel like to be a flying Maggid? By now. you should be able to guess. It feels wonderful. Once in a while one of my less knowledgeable and less fortunate colleagues and friends says to me: "Max. don't Continued on Page 16-D laleria Beruriah: Most Remarkable Woman Continued from Page 7-D Sabbath in school instructhipupils. During his abte from the house, his two %  ung s pns died, both of uncom n beauty and enlightened in law. His wife bore them to bed-chamber and spread a ite balnket over the bodies, len Rabbi Meir came home in evening and asked where his is were, Beruriah handed him goblet. He praised the Lord asked again: '"Where are sons? •They will not be afar." she wered and placed food bee him. When he had said ce after the meal, she thus essed him: "With thy perission. I would like to ask you question." And when he replied: "Ask it then." she said: "A few days ago. a person entrusted some valuable jewels into my custody, and now he is demanding them of me. Should 1 give them back to him?" The Rabbi looked at her in astonishment and asked. "Why wouldst thou hesitate to restore to the man his own?" She took his hand and led him to the bedchamber. Slowly she removed the white cover from the dead Continued on Page 14-D 16 Miracle Mile EXQUISITE FURS HANDBAGS Coral Gables SUPERIOR STYLING ACCESSORIES Compliments of MR. AND MRS. SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL Now Located at 227 Seybold Bldg. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 'obson Paint & Body Shop "ALL WORK TO YOUR SATISFACTION" |3745 SHIPPING AVENUE (U.S. 1 & Douglas Rd.) 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Seat Covers • Convertible Tops • Complete Interiors 543 NW 36 STREET Phone PL 7-4354 BEST WISHES TO ALL OVERHOW.T JEWELERS YOUR SOUTH MIAMI JEWELER 7220 RED ROAD (Crossroad Bldg.) MO 5-2112 GEORGE L. OXETT EXTENDS GREETINGS to the JEWISH COMMUNITY on the PASSOVER HOLIDAYS By DR. HELEN HIRSCH I SIDORE K:mfmann was born in And, Hungary, in 1853. His first job was as clerk in a large baking house. As a hobby, he took up drawing. When he copied the head of Moses, after a classical model, the skillfully drawn sketch struck the attention of the chief prefect of Arad County. Peter Ascsel. who sent the talented lad to the Graphic School of Budapc-t Alter having studied diligently for a year, he became a pupil of the well-known Viennese painter. Aimicr in Vienna and afterwards enrolled as a student at the tamous Vienna Academy His first paintings showed his torical subjects. Later, he turn ed to genre pictures, with which he had immediate success. But he found tins subject proper. when travelling through Galicia, Moravia. Upper Hungary, in an eager quest tor the Jewish genre pictures. Fach summer. Kaufmann returned to the little vil lages and studied those simple people who faithfully clung t the ancient traditions of then ancestors This eager quest developed in him a profound analysis ol character and local atmosphere. Achieves Success The brilliant society ot Vienna and Berlin and two Kmperors were deeply moved by his interpretations of Jewish humor and pathos. His magnificent oil painting entitled "The Rabbi's Visit" was bought by Emperor Francis Joseph I and presented by him to the Vienna Kunsthistorische Museum. His painting "The Sceptic" (1891) won him a gold medal in Vienna and anISIDORE KAUFMANN other from the German Emperor After 1888. Kaufmann regularlv exhibited at the Vienna's Kuenstlerhaus. In Munich, he was awarded a gold medal and a medal of the third class m Paris. His paintings were eagerly purchased by the Lichtenstem C'.allery in Vienna and by the Museum Of Fine Arts in Buda pest. Some of his best known paintings are "Sabbath Visit," "The Consecration of the Candle-." uhich speak to the contemplating heart and mind. "Difficult Tal mudie" Pa-sage." "The Lost Lawsoft." "The Chess Player," "Bu> in,s< Secret." "When the Stockmarket Goes Up." and many others. In 1911. Kaufmann. at the height oT fame, arranged the "Sabbath Room" for the histon cat section of the Hygiene Exhibition in Dresden. After his death in Vienna in 1921. selections of his be-t paintings were photographe edited by Herman Menke* tVi na lv 'Xl A Most Remarkable Woman Continued from Page 13-D bodies. "Oh my sons, my poor sons."' loudly lamented the Rabbi. The mother turned away and wept bitterly. Then she said A precious treasure had been entrusted to us. The Lord hath given, the Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord." And Rabbi Menfelt comforted. During her life. 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When she realized her grave mistake, she killed herself. A Talmudic record re veals that she died before her husband, and that her place was filled by another woman. Despite the many drast changes and catastrophic* w-w have tormented the haras.-e Jews since her day, Berunah'.wise teachings have been preserved through the pitiless flight of time. They still serve as a great power in the lives ol the Jews everywhere. Her He brew name, Beruriah. truty fits her to perfection, for it means. "A Woman whom God would choose." She was indeed "A Woman of Valor." I, NATIONAL EXTERMINATORS PEST CONTROL SERVICE Subterranean Termite Cootrol Nylon Tent Fumigation All Work Guaranteed Free Inspections & Estima'os ^ 328 NE. 13th STREET Ph. FR 0-7663 TO All GRfET/NGS SERVICE PAINT & GLASS INC. QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 821 NE 79 St. PL 4-5527 FREE ESTIMATES GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS JUDY'S KNIT SHOP has moved to newer 4 more modern quarters 1520 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 8-9318



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r. March 27. 1964 •. If M ff*#> nurkn&n Page 15-L usual Seder Plates in Our History [Continued from Page 6-D psalcm — and the routed be (cymbolic of the Passover \\b sacrificed in the Temple by ancestors). The two women' holding vessels above their lads for the "maror" (usually lisiradish and intended to be Imbolic of the bitterness of every in Egypt) and '"karpas" huns. such as parsley or eel\he Popularity )f Israel's Many wperb Artists Continued from Page 9-D toonlst, 'Dosh"— Charles (Kartell Gardosb. His work is topifral and fresh, sometimes snarpy self-critical and always good lumored. 11 is drawings capture he moods, problems, joys and orrows of Israel; its day-to-day troblems of Arab hostility, econimic boycotts, mass immigration, he East-Wesl struggle. He de[ghts in portraying the Israeli s ;i boy in short pants, gym* lolie of the Informality of the abra. A Hungarian, who is a surfivor of Nazi concentration amps in Hungary and Yugolovia, "Dosh" escaped to fight 8 a Yugoslav partisan. He setled in Israel in 1948. after com$to!ctnm his studies in Paris at he Sorbonne. Simon Karczmar devotes himsell exclusively to the "ahtetl" Ihem. He recreates the past, lis remembrances of the Poland f his father and his grandfather. A fine technician, who studied art in Warsaw and the Academic' des Beaux-Arts in Paris. [Karczmar is an artist without Ian "ism" on his brush. Through its support of the jHerzl Foundation — its art gallery, its lectures and classes, the jbooks published by its Herzl 'ress and the quarterly maga:ine. "Midstream"—the American Section of the Jewish Agency idds another dimension to its irogram, the presentation to nieriea of the cultural facet of Israel, an ever important aspect if the Zionist dream. Mr. and Mrs. CLAUDE RENSHAW wish their many friends a very happy PASSOVER BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE FR 4-8181 '340 Biscayne Blvd., Miami MR. IEO CIMENT of h. | DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO. Extends Season's Greetings > All His Friends and Patrons 394 E. 10th Court Phone TU 5-1454 .crjtl.which were usually dipped into the salt water cauldron held by the hatted male figure in the loreground. This was to remind us of the tears shed by our forelathers in Egypt. Another hatted figure is pushing a wheel barrow, which was intended to hold the "charos,et" (a mixture i apple, cinnamon, nuts and wine). Owing to its appearance, this mixture was likened by tradition to the clay mixed with straw out ot which the Israelites made the bricks from the buildings they were forced to construct by their Egyptian taskmasters. Finally, in the center of the Seder container stands the majestic figure of Moses, staff in hand, carrying on his head a receptacle intended lor I he wine glass, known as the cup of Elijah. The Prophet Klijah was eagerly anticipated on the Seder night as tradition held that he would announce the coming of the Messiah on that night. The custom of setting aside a wine glass especially dedicated to Elijah is of recent origin and cannot be traced back earlier than the seventeenth century in extant literature. Pewter Seder Plate made in Germany in 1779. From the Jewish Museum of Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion at Cincinnati. PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL EAGLE ARMY-NAVY DEPARTMENT STORES SERVING FLORIDA fROM HOMESTEAD TO STUART BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS NORTH MIAMI GENERAL HOSPITAL 212 Bed Community-Oriented Hospital 1701 N.E. 127th Street NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA PL 7-5501 SIEGEL'S of CENTRAL HARDWARE CO. 545 Arthur Godfrey Road JE 1-0836 MIAMI BEACH 40, FLORIDA WISH OUR CUSTOMERS A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL — MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS YOUR FRIENDLY KWIK CHEK STORES I'OOH STORKS '-There's One \ear You" '7o c4tt £,.t W*Ls DONNELLY ADVERTISING The Donnelly Way OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in MIAMI FT. LAUDERDALE Call OXford 1-8221 1790 N.W. 54th Street Miami, Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL MILTON E. THOMPSON & SONS ROOFING FREE ESTIMATES TU 8-1549 347 East 4th St. Hialeah TO ALL GREETINGS GLASS HAT RESTAURANT FULL COURSE DINNERS $ 1 35 ALL YOU CAN EAT ALSO FISH and SHRIMP $ 1 25 ALL YOU CAN EAT 19800 West Dixie Highway Wl 7-0316 MID-CITY RADIO SHOP Wishes Our Patrons a Happy Holiday 3 Month Guarantee on Work Done By Us! 9713 NE 2nd AVE. Phone PL 7-7615 Friendship HOI SIC INC. GIFT FRUIT SHIPPERS SINCE 1924 747 LINCOLN ROAD ON THE MALL SINCERE WISHES EOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY EVERGLADES LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY, Inc. 6991 SW 8th STREET CA 6-1155 Monday-Saturday 7:30 A.M.-5:30 P.M. Sunday 8:30 AM,12:30 P.M. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM RECORD HAH—RECORD MART PAUL GOLDMAN & MORTON WEINER 219 MIRACLE MILE. Coral Gables HI 5-6377 TO ALL .GREETINGS GELHAUS GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR PRODUCTS-COMPLETE ONE-STOP STATION Front Wheel Alignment — Goodyear Tires and Batteries 4200 SW 8th STREET Phone HI 6-9722 GREETINGS.. LA HUIS CLINICAL LABORATORIES S50 BRICKIL1 AVENUE HUNTIMCTON iUllDIN*



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"dfewjislh Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, March 27, 1964 Section E 'MASTERS, THE TIME HATH ARRIVED TO READ THE MORNING PRAYER.' --. BAN ON BAKING ACTUALLY NOT RESCINDED REMEMBER THE DAYS OF (HP' History Causes Men To Rise to Great Moments %  By DR. ERNEST PHILIP lulAN is made man by history. %  It is history that causes the men of historic nations to be more civilized than the savage. The history of the Jews represents the most remarkable survival of the fittest known to humanity. Its moving story begins very near the beginning of history and shows no sign whatever of drawing to a conclusion. It is a story that has chapters in nearly every country of the globe and has borne its impress on every period. In an endless eternal procession, all men and all ages pass through it. "Remember the days of old. consider the years of many generations." we are exhorted by Moses (Deut. 32:7). A skeptic once said: 'The only thing men learn from history is that they do not learn anything from history." Moses urges his people to consider the days of old in order to understand better God's dealing with mortal man. Out of centuries of heartbreak and stubborn hope come courageous generations of undaunted pioneers. In the forge, the iron hardens. What is born of fire, endures. Pioneering Sagas What do we modern Jews gain trom the careful study of our past history? We admiringly see how the energies and skills, the minds and hearts of our people went into building a newState despite the sad experiences of the past. We will see pioneering sagas drawn from the ancient roots of never failing Jewish idealism. It enables us to understand and perceive that our millenniaold Jewish faith has imprinted la-ting effects upon our people and will note with surprise and awe that from the very days when mankind was still young down to our own troubled times, the great ideas of our monotheistic faith have transformed five continents. As in an enthralling book of history, we shaii read of our ancestors' ennobling character and stubborn perseverance evidencing how deeply their unswerving faith is rooted and how its justice will help us to build our own lives on sure foundations. Like nothing else, the study of Jewish history offers excitement, challenge, danger — everything but one thing: lasting peace. The patient study of our millenniaold, blood-drenching history of martyrdom and suffering will >how us how our valient ancestors were capable of rising to full heights which enable mortal man to understand and acknowledge his Creator. Proud Heirs Disastrous blunders made in the past will help us to avoid them in the future. Our dangerfraught lives in a world of lethal weapons, produced in a breathless race to outtop our enemies, will find new strength in the glories of our brave ancestors. And we shall be elated to discover that we arc the proud heirof a Moses, an Isaiah, a Hillel, a Maimonides, a Rashi, a Baal Shem Tov, and many others, and we shall feel proud and elated to belong to such a noble family. As we turn the yellowed pages of our long, tragedy-filled history, we shall get some ideas of the tremendous range of our ancient faith. We shall see with awe our majestic prophets of old opening the eyes of a misguided, sinning people. We will understand their great yearning Tor a God-centered communitj Immersing ourselves in the proud Spanish thinkers and poets, (he great philosophers and rabbis of Spain's Golden Age relentlessly probing ultimate questions, in the Polish thinkers and Writers who dedicated thenlives to unparalleled scholarships, we shall not only gain deeper insights of a colorful past, but we shall also learn to live a better life. Argentinian Blames Arabs For Alarming Rise of Hate Bl'EN'OS AIRES — (JT.V — Th* leader ol the Alliance lor .National Liberation, a major Argentine nationalist movement. blamed \rab agents for "all of the racist terrorism unleashed in our country." The charge was made in a statement by Guillermo Patncio Soviet Attitude Toward Matzoh Seen Worsening LONDO;-:—(JTA)—Yhcsituation I on matzoh baking in Soviet Russia has not changed for the better this year, despite impressions in some western newspapers that it had. according to information received here this week from sources described as absolutely reliable. Those sources indicated that, if anything, the situation had worsened since Passover of 1963. The ban on matzoh baking has actually not been rescinded. A Russian Jew who wants to obtain • %  • < l'MI>'.( Camp Supplement This Section With June and vacation days closer than most of us realize, Miami's parents and youngsters are in the midst of making decisions about the camp best fitted to fill their needs. The Jewish Floridian this issue offers a supplement of camping information to help them make their choice from among the many fine facilities available. (See Page 4-E.) ••i 1 "i,r;. ciaMM*aMi %  '' matzoh for his own use cannot do so freely, as he could a few years ago The Government bakeries did not, for the third year in a row, bake matzohs for the coming Passover, as had been reported, and there is no flour available for Jews who might be able to bake wafers in their homes. Last year, a Jewish group outside Moscow was allowed to bake and distribute a small quantity of matzoh. This created the impression that private baking was permissible but this group did not receive permission to bake matzoh this year. Even in Tiflis. Soviet Georgia, the authorities have refused to provide flour and this ancient Jewish community will be depenoent (or the first time in its history' on supplies from abroad. Last year the J>ws in Tiflis baked their own matzoh. r Novosti, a Soviet feature syndicate, announced this week that the Moscow Jew ish congregation had started to bake matzoh in the home of a member, and would produce 13,000 pounds. The bakery, in Cherkizovo, a Moscow suburb was said to have daily capacity of up to 880 pounds. At the rate of two pounds per person, the expected supply would be enough for about 6,000 people. While no data is available on the number of Moscow Jews who require matzoh for Passover observance, the city's Jewish population is about 200.000. Kelly, known as the leader of an extreme nationalisl element during the Peron dictatorship and now leader oi the Alliance for National Liberation. He said in a statement that "we are ready to clear up the doings of foreign agents dedicated to the task of using violence for the anarchizing of our national community." "Our movement," he declared, "alerts the working people, which in its majority is Peronist, about the fact that Hussein Triki, representative of the Arab League, is directly responsible, together with Raul Jassen, an Argentine journalist, for all raciest terrorism unleashed in our country." "Argentine nationalism, he said, "repudiates this ideologic distortion which General Peron condemns as a provocation to national feeling. We Argentinians are living decisive hours in the march toward national liberation and we will crush with revolutionary strength the insolence of these foreigners dedicated to pouring oil on the civil bonfire." Racial and religious tensions figure prominently in this country, where Taquara, a fascist-prototype > organization has been flourishing with remarkable success. It was also in Buenos Aires where Adolf j Eichmann was found and where other Nazi war criminals are unj doubtedly still in hiding. Last year, %  a Jewish girl was kidnapped here j and her body carved with swas. tikas.



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• *J; fJmlst>ntrk/iafl Friday. March 27. 196 I By EDYTHE SCHINDLER j*. Mainly, He Warts-KrMake Kids Laugh '....... HWMMI L I .x &f x m** n*\C >•>• lf. \>VSW S S< t?V ".V. \ % %  ;<><* K*W %  • V v. k Mi ta<> t Hv r*fckV* ... \^., .,..X v V.V.* %  V %  -. > ***£ N N %  V k\ M ,NV.I.' V ., w>Kg. *•,• &f -• %  •* V. %  • v *. |p %  V, %  • >-. %  *V* I £St*.r 4MB-X plots Ho i> the author ol call. book! .T.tly ofl the press is his beak started roc children between tad nine yean of *te "The Orea md the SM*" IS an entciljurmcnl th*l also h..< somethirvs in at) With rhyme and %  1 rharecfem beta -. mblancc in itl %  rtar to paante. Mr i ren d e r I | :;i.'Vr at heart." **id V Ti.rx-s c.Ttfuite :r. educay i>TK Dafverttrj • :h*£ "'-tV Reads a gead fwo.^: M takes MMMS NMK the fMi Me *ad tru: I • %  T-*VY j> i X:\vr r.-: is i to*.-**-: •. V : > %  •. v *> T.-O—.V H MNeaaf* i y.i .i v -.-.' ^f-i \'i.~ -. i >:>:* ... • • Bill Posted to Ban Hate Literature %  %  %  • %  ton.. v hMnM %  *r;%  Am*" ->T.-!-—•-VI .i**--* **v?r tr t .--imm* .- r>"* %  *"."~0.-.-• I **, %  (JMC ." v„ • %  •v. v. srmiGNT tattoo* % frit* H ,'*wmf ^(M>rth nwm -mr •/; tamp ...^s; tt ^C4 ninn\"a ew^ itnnnp; n S k :it "Hi < UK.' liM^Stl^ mw *rMrac >->n < iuffm ."• ii r* o^*0" i*+ml i Ttt-' >W TW. M -i.uimiu %  •.. %  &f K* H>> ^ .%,>. *••.*-••. ..•>. .>.^ f\ lw tr +t n ,>, :.... •" &f J**^ **. ^ rfv .vi l*r ^.KIA.-i.xfkAHv r tfi.ftA K *,. K..-^. .>ws,.W MMnHi • K. ;. ,^,.K %  %  %  v>v;,iv I. y M.* %  > I. \ %  torv. How there are three other Gerry-Tales, one of uhich is about Sidney the Flying Sailfish. who would rather be a bird— moral: make the most of what you are Obviously this is advice Mr Tamos has taken to heart As a young Jewish boy growing up in Detroit he was attracted to B| Romantic Sport Fencing was a Gentile sport," said Mr Taints I anted to .r*r. it :o everyone Then. too. I *s MMMk He became a champton feaeer. inning tities and nuiratUBg teaavs He became an Air Fort* | Vai D and so be b presiieal bmkteig iv • s a Beat• need for ritual or organized religion." •But I arart my C hil know Judaism so that th.-\ v,n %  *a p ped to make a chbiJ when they are grown Mr Ta.necames fr, m ,, orthodox background, but when at the age of fifteen he lr.iormed his father of his disenchantment with formal religion, he asper mitted to follow his hear: This same consideration he :r?n dj to give his own children Jewish Reverence •But if I bad to chooa it mere bora agair. said Gerald Taines. "I vaajM choose i, be a Jew" Aad the words tumble one oa aaotker as he spoke of the Jewish reverence of mte|. lect the love c: ^ respect for pr-, tn< dtnaotiacj' aabercm in .:con. eepts Yes GeraJd TJ be staad anal kdaed at ol girder aaai snoee naoc which his new aanhaahg stacnt project, the pgar D:pJo%  Bnalya :• • life. f+mr mext affmir wicserres Rm e aaW a .:>VJ. -'^. .m-voi f JfcMKrVd.it arl5Jrami ^ n %  ,ra. v-j,


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Friday. March 27. 1964 -JmUlithrldlari Page 3-E Ghetto Uprising To be Celebrated By Special Report The 21st ansiorsary ofhe*War-1 saw Getto Uprising will be commemorated on April 9, 1964, and the World Jewish Congress has sent an appeal to all its affiliates in 64 lands to mark the occasion and keep alive the memory of the Ghetto fighters who perished 21 years ago. The appeal to Jewry throughi out the world has been issued by Dr. Gerhart M. Riegner, director of coordination of the Work! Jewish Congress, who noted in his memorandum that the commemoration date, Apr. 9, would coincide with the 27th of Nisan on the Jewish calendar. Dr. Rcigner in his message, expressed the hope that all communities would commemorate, as in the past, the anniversary "'with dignity and fervor." The Specialty of the Seville in PREFERRED HOTEL CATERING • WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS • LUNCHEONS • RECEPTIONS • MEETINGS to accommodate 10 or 1,000 Mayor Clemen Ehrlich. of North Bay Village, ordered East Dr. be named "ORT Dr." for a day last week in honor Women's American ORT. Left to right are Village Manager George J. Hodges. Islanders Chapter vice president Mrs. Joseph Kanter, Vice Mayor Alexander Smith, Chapter President Mrs. Grace Lane, Mayor Ehrlich, and Region Vice President Mrs. Florence Kupperman. JO NEWLY DECORATED BANQUET ROOMS KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE Please Gill ESTELLE D. POLAK: JE 2-2511 HOTEL Orthodox Criticize Telegram to Eshkol Seville AT 29th STREET MIAMI BEACH NEW YORK — (JTA) — Four week the seven other Jewish American Orthodox Jewish organigroups which sent a cable last zations strongly criticized this week to Prime Minister Levi Eshkol urging him to resist pressure. by "extremist religious groups" in Israel and in the United States. The cable referred to pressure tor legislation which it said would abridge religious freedom in Israel but did not cite any specific details. The protesting organizations were the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, the Rabbinical Council of America, the Krligious Zionists of America and Agudat Israel of America. The seven organizations were the American Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Committee. B'nai B'rith, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and the United Synagogue of America. Tho UOJCA called the cable an act of "communal irresponsibility" and said it had not been consulted "contrary to the usual courtesies in such cases." Contending that it did not have "any desire at all to abridge the freedom of any people to practice their religion, no matter what religion in Israel and elsewhere," the UOJCA—like the other Orthodox groups—said it assumed that the cable referred to practices of Christian missions in Israel of prosolytizing Jewish children from povertystricken homes. The UOJCA said it was concerned with assuring the •protection | of orphaned and impoverished children from proselytizing bribery by unscrupulous missionaries" and that it was "amazed" that the | cable had been signed by two or-! ganizations "which claim to be committed to Jewish law and tra-1 dition," presumably a reference | to the two Conservative groups— | the Rabbinical Assembly and the I United Synagogue—which thus had characterized UOJCA concern "in such a hostile and untrue man-1 ner." The Rabbinical Council, in its statement, asked whether the seven organizations approved of 'taking advantage of poverty and [ ignorance and utilizing them to proselytize our young children.'' The UOJCA and the Rabbinical Council sent a letter to the seven I organizations calling the cable "a scurrilous attack and a complete fabrication" and demanded a retraction, The Religious Zionist said "we are amazed and shocked" by the cable and added that the "allegation" had no basis in fact. The statement said that Orthodox Jews "ask only that the Israel Government avoid the exploitation of poverty and distress by the missionaries in their fanatic endeavors to convert poor Jewish children." The statement added that the organization would be compelled "most reluctantly, to reconsider our future affiliation with the American Jewish Congress." 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Page 4-E Jewish Fkridiair Friday. March 2~ 196^ Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps CAMP JUDAEA OUR 11th SEASON FOR BOYS AND GIRLS BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS HENDERSONVULE, N.C. OFFARIM UNIT TSOFIM UNIT MACHON (Leadership Training) ?4th*5th Grade! <6.h 7th Grade) (h 9h 10th Grade, IN THE PICTURESQUE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS • ALL LAND and WATER SPORTS • ARTS Cf^FTS NATURE STUDY MUSIC-DRAMATICS • RESIDENT NURSES a Israel Fostered Through Activity, Play. Modern Hebrew, Daily and Sabbath Services tfl.ttry_L*WJ ObMrvjd JEWISH TRADITION and SPIRIT Of ERETZ FEE$235 Per Session, Plus $10 Registration Fee $455 Full Season. Plus $10 Registration Fee REGISTRATION LMITED TO 170 CAMPERS FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21 SECOND SESSION BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Aug. 18 FUU SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. 18 SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION Sponsored by HADASSAH & Z.O.A.—Member American Ctemp nABn. FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE GEORGE STERN, Director, SO Whitehall St. S.W., Atlanta 3, Go. LOCAL INFORMATION. Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556 CAMP SIMCHAH TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN SUMMER CAMP HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS STARTING JUNE 22nd THROUGH AUGUST 14th 4 to 13 Yeers Transportation All Outdoor ft Indoor Activities • SWIMMING • BOWLING • BATON TWIRLING • ARTS ft CRAFTS, ETC. Phone Wl 7-1435 + i Under the direction of Martin I 1 Knobel, member of faculty at j j Norland Junior High School. I Select Staff of teachers, coun1 | selors and specialty instructors.' + 4 4 Our 10th Year AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS' CAMP PINEW00D HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17 2500 ft. high in the grandeur of the Great Smokey Mountains, cool, invigorating healthful climate — 97 allergy free where the growth and development of each child it guided with love, experience and understanding — mature, skilled counselor staff Sabbath Services — full cultural and athletic program — tutoring. 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Local representative: Mrs. Betty Metlika 3140 SW 15th St., HI 3-3751 ... "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Pu r pose" BLUE STAR CAMPS GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (20 milts tram Asheville in the Hue Ridge Mountains; 17 SEASON Campers meet at nearby NEW all-weather reaort Airport IN GREATER MIAMI ARM PIEASF CONTACT: MRS. LIL ROSEN FR 1-8205 MRS. ROZ SUTTA HI 6-1846 MR. HARRY KAPLAN WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577 Mid-Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acre Private Estate with two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish program plus ALL usual camping activities. Six separate programs for different age groups. Resident physician. Tutoring available. Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special preseason BASKETBALL CAMP. Request 44-page catalog. DIRECTORS OF BLUE STAR CAMPS WILL BE IN THE MIAMI AREA APRIL 5th and 6th. PLEASE CALL REPRESENTATIVES FOR APPOINTMENT. Writ* to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS: Harry G. and Herman M. 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Riflery. 3ol(, Arts & Crsfts O Fulltime Licensed Physician and 3 Registered Ml e Friday Night Sabbath Services • Starts June 29 Full 8 or .'. --k Sessions • C.nll or Write for Full Details: 10th OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI Year FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 DIRECTORS: Dr. Theodore R. Struhl — Benjamin Miller Major Leonard Wollman — Robert H. Wollman BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELLE AIRE AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE "ATOP THE COOL CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN Belle Aire Ranch Camp Camp Belle Aire FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 8-17 Specializing in • HORSEBACK RIDING • SHODEOS \ ROPING • WEEKLY HORSEBACK TRIPS. OVERNIGHT a\ TRAIL RIOES • SWIMMING a\ BOATING • ATHLETICS A CRAFTS • %  Dormitory-type Building • Meals are simple, nourishing and well balanced. $120 for 2 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) or $330 for 6 weeks! (All Inclusive Fee) DATES: JUNE 6 to JULY 17 ; FOR BOYS AND GfRLS 6" A Complete Camping Program • • FOSTERING of all the • 3 TS" • WATER SPORTS — • ATHLETICS • HORSEBACK RIDING — RODEO ARENA • 5 DAY HORSEBACK TP • • TRIP-OUTS (Canoeing. £•:•) • ARCHERY—RIFLERY > FENCING f* Kosher Feed Upon deques' Special attention to underweijhts. Registered Norse on 24-Hour Duty. $400 for 5 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) DATES: JULY 19 to AUG. 21 For Full Information and Brochures CAU FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE MRS. BETTY METLIKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Street, Miarri Telephone HI 3-3751 OR WRITE MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR — DIRECTORS Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Tenn. YOUR SUMMER PROBLEMS ARE NOW SOLVED CAMP GAN ISRAEL OF FLORIDA OfFers You the Opportunity at Sending Your Child to a Kosher Cf"F and at the same time he will be close by. FOR CHILDREN AGES 6-16 Centrally located in Deland Heights, deland, fla., 250 Miles '"""*'' 8 WEEKS, June 22 Aug. 16-S400 4 WEEKS ONLY AIL ACTIVITIES • SWIMMING • SPORTS • *'" *i • PfrOfESS/ON/ll COUNSELORS • DOCTOR ond HUKit ^ All Those Registering Before April 10 are Eligible lor a 10W cW "" A REWARDING JEWISH EXPERIENCE Special Tutoring for Bar Mitzvah end Hebrew Clas* s OFFICE LOCATED AT 918-6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave. Phones 532-5694, 534-0421



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Friday. March 27, 1984 +Jewisli fhyridiar At the lixth anniversary banquet of Temple Ner Tamid at the Fontainebleau Hotel last week, a presentation was made to members who endowed the Ark, windows and Eternal Light of the Temple. Ceremony was conducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, assisted by Cantor Saul H. Breeh and Joseph Schreibman, music director. These people were honored for their generosity to the Temple: Left to riqht are Col. and and Mrs. William J. Harris, Mrs. Sadie Trosky, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Deemcrr, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shaw. Janner Leads Compensation Protest LONDON — (JTA) — Sir Bar nett Janner. Member of Parlia ment and president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, led JI delegation of Jewish refugee groups to the West German Embassy this week to submit a protest against legislation now before the Bonn Parliament for compensation of Nazi victims. The protest was in the form of a resolution approved at a meetinof the groups of Nazi victims held here. The resolution called line proposals in the pending legislation "grossly inadequate." The resolution was presented to Dr. tudolf Theirselder, the West Ger-! nan Minister. Sir Barnett told the meeting that the substantial efforts by West Germany to eradicate the shame of Nazism were appreciated, "but there are still tens of thousands of helpless victims of the Nazi terror who continue to be deprived of remedies for their sufferings because of omissions in existing laws." He said that the pending West German legislation "fails to correct this." Groups represented at the meeting were the Association of Baltic Jews, the Association of Jews of Poland, the Council of Jews from Czechoslovakia, the Association of Jewish Refugees, the Council of Jews from Austria, the Federation of Hungarian Jews and the Polish Jewish Ex-Servicemen's Association. At issue is a decision of the West German Finance Ministry to ask for only $100,000,000 in additional compensation funds. The Confer ence on Jewish Material Claims against Germany had recommended that a minimum of $250. 000,000 bo provided for those survivors who had not as yet received restitution in accordance with the "debt of honor" stands of the present Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and former Chancellor Conrad Adenauer. "WE SERVE THE BfSr COfflt M TOWN" It is Our Pleasure to do Business with You Happy Holidays FALC0 PRINTING, Inc. H. B. FAUCETTE, SR. HENRY B. FAUCETTE, JR. FROM BUSINESS CARDS TO CATALOGUES OFFSET and LETTERPRESS 6045 NE 2nd AVENUE PL 8-3751 GREETINGS A. FRANCO A SO\S Fine Luggage Repairs Wholesale — Retail 1364 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 532-6032 TC ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS JOE'S ItAllill it SHOP 3 Chairs ^ No Waiting Air Conditioned — Manicurist 2351 GALIANO ST. (Off Miracle Mile) Ph. 444-9247 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Goldman's 71st St. SHELL SERVICE 71st 4 ABBOTT UN 6-9951 GREEN BROOK CORP. R. SOLOVCI. President 1055 E. 16th Street Hialoah HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS BKCfcY'S BEAUTY SAIO\ 'FOR BEAUTY THAT LASTS' 14714 NW 7th AVENUE North Miami FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 665-3251 PASSOVER GREETINGS ALIX OF MIAMI 2700 NW 5th Avenue HOLIDAY GREETINGS BEE TV TV-Hi-Fi-Stereo COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE ALL MAKES ZENITH Authorized Service PHILCO Factory-Supervised Service Buzz Us At PL 4-8407 If No Ans. PL 4-5811 399 N.E. 79 ST. And We Will BEE at Your Service WAKEFIELD TECHNOLOGICAL ENTERPRISES Complete Drafting Service All Field* Call for a Draftsman 1 Day or A Year We Work Under Your Supervision Architectural 6 Industrial Scale Models Architectural Rendering "For Information Call" 445-1148 262 Almeria Ave., C.G. Page 5-E LUXURIOUS LIVING AT ITS BEST On The Ocean arbour BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER BEST WISHES FOR A JOYOUS PASSOVER We would like to take this opportunity to extend to the entire Jewish community our best wishes for a very happy and joyous Passover ... >* PAUL H. MARKS. President FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Downtown: 101 N.E. 1st Avenue Branch: Biscayne Shopping Plaxa Best Wishes £ for a HAPPY PASSOVER J VIRT* OLYMPIA BEACH GABLES SHORES PARAMOUNT CORAL BOULEVARD SHERIDAN COLONY FLORIDA TO ALL MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Home Modernization Office Remodeling Home Additions General Contracting L.P. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY HMW 41 ST HI All AM (lO IDA ) LEO BERG Phones: JE 1-5562 or 821-0651 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL RONNIE'S PUMP SERVICE & EQUIPMENT SALES • REPAIRS • SERVICE MO 7-9887 7024 S.W. 87th AVENUE



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Page 6-E yjmisbncrldiar Friday, March 27, 19G4 MUGGE'S RESTAURANT, INC. FOR FINE FOOD CO IMPUTE DINNERS "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ... AT REASONABLE PRICES" AISO A LA CARTE MENU AMPLE FREE PARKING — AIR CONDITIONED 1818 N.W. 36th St. "Wf cove* T*e [ARTH%  we cove* THE MKTH' NE 5-4714 The Sherwin-Williams Co. 7814 NE Jr.d Ae -1300 W FUgUr St. fR 7-2581-1680 Allor. M Mi.mi Beich 9437 Mrding Av.. MB.. UN 6-5*53-23 OkeechobM Rd., TU 8-1510 1915 Pone, de Leon Blvd -2015 Harrison Sr., Hollywood-Ft. l.ud.rd.t. 1468 N.W. 36th Stroot "oil P*lm Bch f^aofctti s of V— ,oral Lja Isles THE TALK OF THE TOWN THE KEY To the FINEST in ITALIAN CUISINE To The Most Intimate And Warm Atmosphere OF BEAUTIFUL ITALY now open S pan. to midnight Planning Florida Branch fourth annual conference are Mrs. Arthur J. Brown (left) and Mrs. Seymour Mann. Women's League Plans Conference Fourth annual conference of Florida Branch. National Women's League of United Synagogue of America, will be held at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, Hollywood, trom Monday through Wednesday. May 11 to 13. Mrs. Arthur J. Brown, conference chairman, announced that the theme of this years conference will be "My Father Planted for Me. and 1 Plant for My Children." Mrs. Seymour Mann, conference vice chairman in charge of workshops, announced that activity will be holding round-table seminars on all Sisterhood activities. Mrs. William Dickson, president. Florida Branch, announced that Mrs. S. Joshua Kohn. national chairman ot coordinated, educational activities, will be national speaker-consultant for the conference. United Appeal for Jews WASHINGTON (WNS) — The State Department, in memorandum to Sen. Kenneth B. Keating of NewYork, suggested that serious thought be given to a "united appeal of private religious organizations representing world Jewry and, if possible, other religious groups" jrith respect to the situation of JWS inUto* Soviet Union. Feature Violinist Joan Field Here Fourth annual scholarship fund concert of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League was held in the Cafe Le Can Can 01 tup CarilIon Hotel Monday at 8:30 p.m. Featured artists included one of America's most i istmguished violinists, John Field; pianist, Florence Kutzen; Carol Lynn Blum, coloratura soprano, and Charles Reskin. playing the trumpel An added feature was the awarding of • scholarship by ur. Fabi-n Sevitxky to the winner of this year's competition for instrumentalists. Following her debut v\:th the New York Philharmonic Symphony under the baton ot John Barbirolli, Miss Field h;iappeared regularly with major orchestras both here and abroad A teirvision, radio and recording star she will leave shortly lor another extended European tour which will take her to Israel. MisField performed the Sjnr phonic Espasnoie, b> Edoiurd Lalo; ••Compo.N. ;'s Holiday.' by Lukas Foss; "Mack the Knife." from the Three Penny Opera, by Kurt Weil; and the Hoe Down from •Rodeo," by Aaron Copeland. A pianist as well as violinist Miss Field, accompanied Charles Re.-kin as he performed Paul Hir. i demith's Sonata No. 1 in (' major. the Rondo from the Trumpet Cor certo. by Johann Hummel; and the Concerto for Trumpet. In VittOrtO (lianinni. Coloratura soprano Carol Lynn Blum accompanied by Mrs. Ber i.ard Kwartin. sang the 'Nigh' ingale" and the "Rose.' by Rim> sky-Korsakoff. Commentators were David Re; kin and Louis Siegel. In charge at : tickets was Boris Graber, chair ; man of the Scholarship Fund COD 1 cert Committee. 2900 Ponce de Leon • HI 4-2755 To All Greetings MILDRED C. LANGFORD TURF & VETERINARY SUPPLIES 2510 PALM AVE. TU 7-4971 HIAIEAH FOR REST AND RELAXATION AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE I B MALONE MATTRESS CO. GREETINGS TO ALL EDITHS RESTAURANT GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE (Under New rnjMiAffCMcnff 7V21 N.W. 35th AVENUE OX 1-6911 HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL BEVERAGE CANNERS, INC. 4401 E. 11th AVE HtALEAM MU •-1*72 C & C Cola Since 1862 I. J. Wollowick R. WoHowick 1



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Friday. March 27. 1964 +Jewlsti ncrktian Page 7-E Some 300 persons participated in the "Progress Dinner" at the Fontainebleau Ho'.el on Saturday evening of the Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home. Harry Hershfield, internationally famous humorist, here presents an award to Abe C. Fine. Dinner chairman was Miami Beach Councilman Hyman P. Galbut. Mrs. J. E. Reiser, president, greeted the gc:hering. Cedars Ball Will Be Held Apr. 26 SCCOIK* annual President's Ball ol Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will be held on Apr. 26 at the Doral Beach Hotel. E. Albert Pallot. a vice president of the hospital, trustee and dtvelopment fund chairman for several years, will chair the af[iair. The event will honor hospital iPreside.-.t Harry L Lewis, in whose odniini5t.-ation Vit upper three floors were completed. 'The affair is strictly social and %  will feature dinner, dancing and entertainment." said Pallot. Assisting with advance plans are Mrs, Ted Lotterman, president, ; Women's Auxiliary, Mrs. Ben I Oren, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lo| maskin, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.! I Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. I Lewis, Mrs. Morris Blau, Samuel! IT. Sapiro, Saul Silberman, Harold; Dunsky and Stanley H. Wolff. BB Chapter For Virgin Islands Announced in U. S. By Special Report WASHINGTON — Ralph It Paiewonsky, Governor of the Virgin Islands, has helped charter I the first lodge of B'nai B'rith in his dominion and become its first member. Upon installation of its officers, the St. Thomas Lodge will become the first Jewish organization outside the synagogue in the Virgin Islands. It is also to serve as the beginning of what B'nai B'rith, the Jewish service organiiation, hopes to develop into a Caribbean District. An introductory project will be the formation of a West Indies Jewish Historical Society of B'nai B'rith to gather materials for inclusion in the Philip M. Klutznick Exhibit Hall at the B'nai B'rith Building in Washington. In preparation for this, Gov. Taiewonsky recently visited the Exhibit Hall. Gov. Paiewonsky, a Jewish businessman and a native of the Virgin Islands, was appointed to his post in 1961 by the late President John F. Kennedy. His brother. Isadore Paiewonsky, is informal historian of the Islands. The Islands were originally settled by Sephardic Jews in 1665, and the Jewish community will celebrate its 300th anniversary next year. "'---.. % %  • %  % %  .'. % %  %  :.; %  : %  Jjest njJisites for assover The First National Bank of Homestead, Florida 4 SOUTH KROME AVENUE Phone CE 8-0246 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GOLD COAST SEPTIC SERVICE Septic Tank Maintenance and Repairs "We Build Our Business ON SERVICE" 4300 S.W. 75th AVENUE Ph. 665-6341 • i HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL MICHAEL'S RESTAURANT "JUST GOOD FOOD" OPEN 24 HOURS 9885 EAST FERN STREET PERRINE PERRINE PROFESSIONAL BUILDING for a Happy Passover ... the 3,000 par old joyous festival of freedom HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL AIRLINES 245 S.E. FIRST STREET FRanklin 7-3566 *o*fc %  FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY • mm ... BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER FABRIC DISCOUNT STORES, INC. Florida Fabric & Drapery Distributors 6950 N.W. 37th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLA. OX 6-0301 Member of Miami-Oarfe County Chamber of Commerce SHOP at HOME Phone OX 6-0301 '. To All Happy Holidays BECKER DOLAN, INC. Real Estate Throughout the Years 813-816 OLYMPIA BLDG. Phone FR 9-7671



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Page 8-E +Jn*isti FlaridNnr) Friday. March 27. 1984 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS THOMAS D. O'MALLEY YOUR METRO COMMISSIONER A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL EARL M. STARNES YOUR DADE METRO COMMISSIONER TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER F. CAMPOS HEAVY EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTOR WHOLESALE • MACHINERY 5125 N.W. 7th STREET Ph. 446-1953 TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER FLORIDA TILE INDUSTRIES WHOLESALE TILE DISTRIBUTORS Call 635-1481 THOMAS E. MAYO. Manager 4010 N.W. 24th Street Miami, Fla. Morris Rabinowi'z (left), of Miami Diamond Center, chairman of the Jewelry Group, outlines the group's program on behalf of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal. Committee members are (left to right) Rabinowitz; Judd L. Young, of J. L. Young. Inc.; Irving Saal. of Irving Saal; and Leonard Lurie, of Lurie & Sons. Dial-a-Thon Raises $4,500 for CJA; Led by Miami T Members of the board ol the Y.\i and YWHA Ol Greater Miami and Creator Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, launched the 1964 Dial-a Th.m program on behalf of Combined Jew. ish Appeal by raising (4,500 (or the CJA campaign in two sessions Led by President A. Build Cutler and Executive Director Kir.urn (iale. the "Y" raised over (3,000 on Monday evening, Mar 9 On Mar. 11, the N'CJW a IV cration and CJA benefician agency, raised Si.500. Mrs. Raymond Rubin, president ol council, an nounced that member manned the phones again in a second Dial-aThon evening on Wednesday Members of the Creater Miami Jewish Federation and CJA agencies in the community meet two or three nights each week to participate in a Dial-a-Thon on behalf ol the 1964 campaign Getting the Transportation Division Combined Jewish Appeal drive into high gear are (left to right) Joseph Nevel. Venetian Rambler; A. Arthur Pekelner. Intercoastal Boat Yards; and Division Charman Ronald Pallot. oi Norton Tire Co. CJA Physicians Pushing Drive To the Limit Dr. Maurice Rich, chairman of the Town Physicians Campaign <>n behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal, announced that the first 50 pledges received for the 1964 campaign amount to 66 percent above last year's total at this time Assisted by Vice Chairman Dr. Sol Center and Dr. Arthur Gilbert the Town Physicians are planning to maintain a high percentage of increase indicated thus far In the campaign, and also to cover the pledge card of every physician in the area, whether or not he has been a participant in previous drives. > i SEASON'S GREETINGS PIZZA PATIO • PIZZA • BARBECUE • FRIED CHICKEN 9495 Bird Road South Miami CA 1-Q741 HAPPY PASSOVER GLORIFIED DELICACIES Delicatessen Restaurant Catering ir PARTY PLATTERS Gefilte Fish Btmtzes Pirogen Knisbes Home Cooked Meals Served WE DELIVER 2133-35 Coral Way Phone HI 8-0601 GREETINGS i i Vl/ TO COMMEMORATE THE ENDURING SPIRIT OF INDEPENDENCE GREETINGS Okas. C. Celemaa Coleman Solar Service TANKS • BOOSTERS • tU/M SYSTEMS • REPAIRS Member Chamber of Commerce 1007 SW 27th Ave. 6251 NW 2nd St. Phone HI 6-7854 Nights • Sundays • Holidays Phone MO 1-1349 CHASE E D E R /K l_% SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SIX CONVENIENT LOCATIONS MAIN OFFICE LINCOLN ROAD. ON THE MALL AT 1100, MIAMI BEACH ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, 425 AT SHERIDAN COLLINS AVENUE, AT 75th ST. SURFSIDE, 9564 HARDING AVE. NORTH MIAMI BEACH. 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER SOUTH DADE, N KENDALL 0RIVE AT U.S. 1 > i



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Friday, March 27, 1964 +Jenisti Fkuridfaann Page 9-E Flanked by Phi Sigma Delta officers at the group', monthly dinner at the Roney Plaza Hotel is Playboy Club's Bunny Sally, guest of honor. Fraternity officers (left to right) are Jerome Lelchuk. vice president; Edward Struwgate, convention chairman; Louis Horwi'z. treasurer; and Alan Fiskpresident. r Rabbi Podet Heard at Forum What is Important in One's Re latioiM with Others'' w a s the subject for Rabbi Mordecai Podet, "I Temple Judea, when he conducted the third of four lecture-dis to 40 years of age, to provide a forum for discussion of values.! beliefs and purposes. Many Scholarship Winners NEW YORK—(WNS—Almost 40 per cent, or 147, of the eligible seniors at four Yeshiva University high schools in New York City have been awarded 1364 New York State Regents Scholarships, ranging from $250 to $700 per year lor the next four years. New Law Firm Announced Here Stanley B. Richard, president 67 the Miami Beach Bar Association, and Judge Theodore R. Nelson, Municipal Judge of Bay Harbor Islands, announce their association for the practice of law at 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, under the name of Richard & Nelson. Associated with them is Joseph C. Segor, a graduate of the University of Miami Law School, pi' -i cut of the Iron Arrow Honor Society at the University and Florida Slate Moot Court Champion, Richard has practiced law in Dade County since 1943 and is a past chairman of the board of the Heart Association of Greater Miami, a director of the Florida Heart Association and member of the Florida Bar and American Bar Association. Judge Nelson has practiced Ian in Dade County since 1949. He is active in community affairs and has served as Municipal Judge of Bay Harbor Islands since 1951. He is presently board chairman of the Temple Menorah Men's Club and president of the Surfside Bal Bay Friends of the Library. Both Richard and Judge Nelson arc long time residents of the Mi ;:mi Beach area and active in the Real Properly, Probate and Trust Sections of both the Florida and American Bar Associations. Stanley Richard Judge Nelson PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FROM ARTHUR & RUTH BOROK THE BUTCHER SHOP FINEST IN MEATS 12447 South Dixie Highway CE 5-2971 KENDALL, FLORIDA OPEN DAILY-INCLUDING SUNDAYS-Closed on Wednesdays fassover x^jrectin w And Best Wishes for the Holidays To Our Many Friends, Patrons and Employees THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL WILSON BATTERIES. INC. Featuring BOWERS BATTERIES "MORE POWER TO YOU' MARINE DIESEL • AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL GOLF CARS 2941 N.W. 71st STREET Ph. OX 1-4443 BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER from Coral Gables' Newest Music Store ALLEGRO MUSIC HOUSE 292 Aragon Ave. (Opp. Bus Terminal) "Everything for the Musician" Sheet Music Instruments Repairs Instruction CLASSIC MUSIC LIBRARY A SPECIALTY Special Music Orders Solicited Alan Reskin Phone HI 4-8181 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Mr. Gregory, Hair Stylist LADiES BEAUTY SALON 310--72nd Street, Miami Beach Ph. 865-0666 PASSOVER GREETINGS MB. ami MOBS. I'lnit in II i et TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CURTIS Battery & Electric Corp. NEW REBUILT Truck • Automobile Marine • Airplane Industrial • Lift Truck • Golf Cart All Types Foreign Car Batteries Generator & Starter Exchange Voltage Regulators CHECK OUR PRICE FIRST! NE 5-8112 NE 5-3356 1500 N.W. 20th ST. Happy Passover I. KLINE T.V. SHOP RADIO & T.V. SALES & SERVICE 535 Michigan Ave., M.B. Ph. 531-1501 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL IMIAKI: IIIOI*:IITII:S. ixr. Harold Sehres Louis Alweis 1451 E. 10th AVE. Hialeah TU 5-3831 GREETINGS FRED GALARDI TAILOR Alterations Cleaning Pressing Laundry 1H S.E. 1st AVENUE Miami, Fla. Ph. FR 4-3746 To All Greetings CAPS WHOLESALE PAINTERS SUPPLIES 4735 E. 10th Ave., Hialeah Ph. 688-0558 9700 N.W 7th Avenue Ph. 759-4639 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HERBERT C. FRINK VANN CLEANERS & LAUNDRY JE 4-2167 528 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach



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Page 10-E +Jewlst> tkrkHan Friday. March 2" 196 % Ok ituarics LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO or DEFEND FISHKIND S &UUUU1. *' %  "' MOO /W IZOtta si., ili.-ii SSr. -T. TiordoK: GREEN. Joseph, 71. of ".."." SE 15th St.. .n.-.i Mar. ft. Riverside. AICHENBAUM. Mrs. Sophie, T:.. of ISO Ocean Dr. Riverside. BERLANDSTEIN. Abraham, 78, of *im Buclld Ave. Gordon. MITNICK. Philip, < %  :. of ISO Ooean Dr. Riverside. SEIDEL. Louis, ;:.. of 1521 Meridian Ave Riverside. SILVERMAN. Isaac, H, at 151 Meridian Ave. Clordon, UDWIN, Bertha, n, of 1258 Collins Ave. Blnsberg. STERNBERG. David "Doc Flnney," It, of l^i."> 7:tih Si. ("auseway, ltd Services in Newark, side. SCHNEITZER. Abraham, It, MH> St. Services in Newark eralde. STULBERG. M.mi. I. 14, ol 111 Dr. Services in Marshall, Riverside. WHATSTONE. Rubin 64 .. Drexel Ave Rive rslde CICERO. Mis Rose C 16, a 4Srd St. Ben lc< in N Rivi rslde FINKELSTEIN. Solomon, IS, of 796 -NN ISrd St. Services in. New Fork. Riverside FRANKEL. Mrs. Mm v. 7:'. ,.i |n| Washington Ave. Riverside HENKIN. Mrs Annette, 12, of (to ,\\' s l .)' %  •' Services In Brooklyn. Riverside. JACOBSON. Herman, 63, of IJIOTI Is.-,:, ct. Keystone PI s. rvlcei In \ew v..ik. Rlversld< LINO. Benjamin, 62, of 610 N Shore Dr Services In Hackensak, N.J. Newman. SHAPIRO. Herman 84, ,.r 812* vi>i hot Ave. Services In Chicago. Newman. MOLNY. Hyman i:., 64, .., H|i Harding Ave.. ill. ,i \i ., i B Sr\ i.-. v Newman. KATZENSTEIN, Mrs. Sarah, 17, % %  ( no Collins Ave. Hervlees in New York. Gordon. MANDELL. George S t.">, ,,f J01 23rd St. Riverside. MITTLEMAN, Joseph, R|, .if 3801 i liiis Ave. Services In New V New man in A ill. ml. I'm Ni •,.iirk, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA AT LAW No. 64L 743 IOTCE i'i:< IPBRTIKS, IXI\, and I 'ARl •!.. INC., m MARGATE, Petitioners, ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2799 DALE LEVY OABE, Plaintiff, vs. STl'ART ABRAM OABE, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: STI.'ART ABRAM GABE < %  .::>:, Austin Street Rego Park, i.i x.v Y.ni are hereby notified thai %  of •*.>ni|iinini for Annulment been filed against you, and you required to serve ; py f LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE r.lll has are your IXC, and IN Rlv. i..r 7:'.; Rlv. >., in Mich. i 1308 1731 NE w York. i%i Av Sv ,', li 1 M > v Riverside. ACH. Uallls. 7). of ;„, svv ;|(| Riverside 73, ..f in I Irooklyn. i1,-, an Rlv. rPaullne, 68, Servic. COHEN, hyman, l>r. bervlci t in side. TANENZAPF. Mr i Washington A\ New York, Blank, RAPPAPORT. Sain. 60, of 1641 \l. EHRL JcH ","' A,: IV 05o aMRLlCH. Irving, ;:;, ,,f 14043 NE I'"' *• %  Services in New y or k. Riverside. GLAZER. .1.1,1111... ;:;, ,,, ,,.., L ,, Ih S| LEGAL NOTICE N .J H fL£l£ ry J U D GES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61480-C In RE: Estate ..f BARBARA ANN MORGW Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A M Creditors and All Persons HavjStat? '"' """•""'* Agalnai Said Y.m are herebj not n e d and re1 „•;' '"i";-"' anj claims and detnands which you may have agalnai Restate of BARBARA ANN MOR! •n ••,''" • %  '-"' ta e "f Dade County Florida. ... the County Judge ounty, and file the sanir ??{*•„. '83 %  provided in •fl.18, Florida Slatutei Ji---~ In the Count} JJailiC.unty. Florida en.iar months from m. first publication hereof will be barred. d-.'^'.'f' 1 ;" tam, J nridn. this 20th Bl of March, A.D. IH64 ANN MORGAN M. **, Admlntetratrlji \y ;,.-.'."' ''•'•' f March, IK64 KOVNER \ MANXHEIMER Attorneys for Administratrix lOODuponl Plan Center Miami. Florida may l> if Dad dupliin Section in their of"ourthouae In within six .alUm.. ,.f he or the same 4.:i-in-i7 Bill lADMl M"lt HOMES* NATHAN B. Ill K 'I >, Respondents, NOTICE TO APPEAR PROCEEDING TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST NOTE TO: RROADMOOR HOMES, INC., a Florida corporation, 11 nil NATHAN B. lit 11 I|I. AN11 Tl' Al.l, 1 •l'lli:i: I'ERSI >NS INTERESTEI >: Ytr ARE HEREliY NOTIFIED to i" and appear before the Honorable lleorgi E Schulx, one of the Judge* of the above styled Court in the Dade Count) Court House ..1 Miami. Florida, at 1:45 o'clock I'M .>n Hi.23rd da) .'f April, IH6I, an.I 1I1.11 ami there show cause, if any you can, by answer duly filed, as required b) law, why the promlssor) note, described In the Petition ..11 file hi rein, ..r which the following is R true copy, to*wlt: No. 1-1! 14,509.00 Jul) 5, 1662 Eight months after date, ror ralue r. Ived, We piomlse to lift)' (.. the order of JOYCE PROPERTIES, INC., .1 Florida coiimration, and CAROL INC. of MARGATE, a Florida coloration. Four Thousand Five llundred ($4,5OO.O0) I'..liars, payable at the Hank of Dade County, of North .Miami Beach, Florida, with Interest thereon ol I'.i per cent, per annum from date until fully paid. The maker and endorser of this note further agree to waive demand, notice of non-payment ami protest, and in ease suit shall he brought for 1 he collet tlon hereof, • •; %  the same has t,. he colle. ted upon demand of an attorney, to pay reasonable attorneys (•-• %  for making such oollection* This n..l lime ami p. bait) This note is subject to the terms "i an Agreement of Warranty by ; ..lid between the partiea dated June -.*. l.'ii.. Tlii ~ %  f a series Of notes; numbered I, :•. :i and 4. executed i is day by the undersigned, default will cause the remaining : to Immedlati 1\ mature. IROADMOOR HOMER, INC a Florida corporation B) Nathan B l{.„,.i ,.. H |) I'n nld. 11'. Nathan B. Rood -1: s Lillian C. Souverln (seal) Secretary, Lillian t\ Kouveiin (SAID NOTE I'KI.S. i.NAI.I.Y ENIN>ltb'ED I'.Y NATHAN B. ROODJ which promlsH-ir) note is alleged In said Petition I., have been lost, mislaid or stolen, should not be re-esiabllshed, and i" which said promlssors note the said Petition prays that \< true and correct y thereol be es•Wished as ami in lieu ,.f th 1g. inal 11..1.-, and thai said re-established note by decreed to be the sole and rightful propert) ..f JOYCE PROPMARGATE^ '""' '' Al: '"IN '' '" III:I:I:IN I-AII, NOT. WTTNE88 my hand and seal ol said ,""";" ""• County Court House, MathflMT' PI rUta ,b '" 5 ,h daj f IH. I.KATIlKUMAN. Clerk • f said Court (seal) By: C P. COPKLAND „„ Deputy Clerk SPONDERand BLOOM Attorneys for Petitioners UBH N.K. 125th Street North Miami, Florida 3S16I ..I*-S,,1'!J Answer or Heading to the Bill of Complain! on the Plaintiffs Attorney, TAI.IA.Ni H'l'. WALLER .•.• LITMAN, 120 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla., and file ili uriglnal Answer or Pleading in in. office "f the Clerk of the dr.uii I'ouii on or Before the Wat day of April, 1964. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will itaken agalnsl \>>\ ;>'i ihe relief demandel in Ihe Bill if Complaint. Tin* notice shall be published once each week f'*r four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDI \ x DONE AND ORDERED ill Miami. Florida, this I2ih da) of March, All, IM4, 1: 1: :.i:\T111. KM AN. 1 'lerk, Clrcull < 'ourt, I lade Count) Flm Ida. (Circuit %  "ourl Seall Bj 1. RNEEDEN, 1 %  • HII\ 1 "lerk. TADIANOFF, WALLER ,v LITMAN 1241 IJncoln ltd. Miami Beach Attorneys for Plaintiff. : 20-27 I :t-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAfJE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62,525--A in RE: Estate of I'AI'L A. MACAKiH I 1 deceased. NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against said Estate: You an hereby 11..11.1 and required to pres.nl any claims and demands which you may have iKainst the ..-(ate of PAUL A. MACAROFt deceased late of Dade County. Florida^ to the county Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided ill sect'on 783.16, Florida .statutes, In their offices Is the County Co.jithouse hi Dade County. Florida, within si\ calendar monthsfrom the time of the first puidieation hereof, or the same Will he haired Dated at Miami. Florida, this Isth da) "f March, A.D. IS64, LEON A EPSTEIN As Administrator in-1 publication of ihinotice on Hi.27th day of March, 1664 l.K' i.v A EPSTEIN Attorne) ror Administrator 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 3 L'7. I :'.-|ii-17 III prepaid a nil ji anywithout IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2872 .1 s. 1ILKAS0N, JR., as Administrator of Veterans Affairs, an Officer of Hi. I'nlted States of America, and his su.-, essors in such office, and his or 1 iiii assigns, I'l ilntiff, CARMEIXI SANCHEZ, el u\. .1 a I, I '.I", nd.nls NOTICE OF SUIT i" CARME;... .-.,:.. ;,,.,. and OILDA SAVCHE2S, his wife, if living, Including an) unknown spouses of said Defendants if the) have ri married, and if dead, (heir unknown heirs, devisees, ci-aiii.es. assignees, creditors, llenors, irustees, ami all other persons claiming by, through, undei or ugalnsl these Defendants, whose residences are unknow 11. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED] sun h.,s i.e. 11 broughl agalnsl I i: • lleiison, lit., as Aiimin•I V ans Affairs, an Ofof which not. All. lose a in lowing di Lot •', 1 I.AKK STK\ EN 1 ordlng 1,1 the plal corded In I'l.i Bn 114, ol Hi. Count) 1 %  • Ids YlM thai a you b) [strata (Icei of do1'nl.ed stai.s ..r America, and his successors In such offlee, and his m iheli assigns, to fore'tgnir< em umbering the folMI. ,,i property, to-wit: ol CAROL CITY ESTATES, ii.thereof, as reok ';.".. a 1 page rds .if Dade TOGETHER IN THE COUNTY UDOE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61873C IN RE: Estate of ISADORE SCHWARTZ, a k a ISIDOR SCHWARTZ, a k a ISIIM IRE SCHWARTZ, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ci.dii,, s : mi AH Persons Having Claims 01 Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present an) claims and demands which >on niav hav, agalnsl the estate .a Isadori Schwarta, a k a Isldoi Schwarta, a k a Isidore Schwarti deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided iii Section 733 16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In Pad. County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time "f the first publication hereof, -n the same will be barred. Dated at Mi mil. Florida, this 3rd da] of Man Ii. A I >, 1964 Rl'DOLPH SCHWARTZ As Administrator Flrsi iiiibu<-.uion ,.f this notice nn Hi. i:th day of March, IM4 J. DAVID UEBMAN Attorney for Admiiiis'i-atnr 20 SI-:. 1st Ave. Miami, Florida 3 13-20-27, I :: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2776 Itl'SSFLI. 11. JUNES,. I'laintiff. I -VKMlNNll.or JONES, I 'efendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION YOU, .MINNII.iM JONES, 1415 Jim Street. Duncan, Oklahoma, are required to file join .niswi to the Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above styled .-ourt and serve %  P.v thereof upon CLAUDE M, BARNE8, -2 mands which you may havi agalu-^ the .slat..,f NETTIE •IINI', P deceased late ol Dade County, Fk Ida, to the County Judges f Dn.h County, and file the sain, duplicate and as provided In Sectl 1 7::.: |.; Klorlda Statutes, in their 1 fflcee In the County Court house In Da le County, Florida, w illiin MX .1. ml.,, months from (he tlmi of -.... f| r .. publication hereof, or Hi, a u \ be billed. 1 >ated at Miami, PI01 Ida Ii 1 jth %  lay of March, A.D, \U. ISIDORE C EN DEI As Executor Flrsl publication ol this ,, ., the -'"th day of March, |M FREDERICK KEIGER Attorni y for Isidore Cendi 126 Lincoln Road :: :• %  .' 1 1 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY <:i\ N il the undersigned, desiring to tagi business under the fictitious .in. CENTRAL TRAINING CENTER :'-i N.E SSUi Street, Miami Plorl :t:tl"7 Intends to register sa i nai with the Clerk ..f die Circuit Dade County, Florida. EUGENE MARLER :i {0 I -id XVI III I1T: : ""l you ..' 1, quired to file your answer with Ihe Clerk of the Circull Court ..r Dade County, Florida at the Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or before April 20, l!..;i, and to *erve a cop) of sui h answ Plaintiff's ait..rue MAN. whose address Is i"l Bust FUg"' Street, Miami 32. Florida, on b.-foi, said dare, as required b) %  I Ilot lil. 1 If ,,,„ fail to d %  inplalnl u-lll be taken ressed b) you and a 11. f.sso will b. entered law s Ihe Refrigerator HA .upon HAVI|. p. CATSNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .K NOT 1 CE ,s HEREBY GIVEN thai the underslgi desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nami ol 1..S..1 IKK FOR CUTS .,, !..„., c,.„„. ; 'j. Florida, intend t.. register said name with th. Clerk of the Clrcull %  ourt "f 1.,-,,1,. c„„,,ty. I loiida KMfl'IRE FOR (SIFTS, INC. a Florida ror|H>ration, Owner „, EStjriRE Foil CUTS SIDNEY EFRONSON Atlorni > for Esquire for Gifts In. :'ii Security Trusl Bldg Miami 32, Florida 17, 1 :-ni-i7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GM ..•.' Ih ihe undersigned, desiring to %  ; ... business under the Mctll n line APEX sil'l'i.v at %  ;<: thwi Eighth Street, Miami. Floridn to reglstel said name with : of Ihe circuit Court % %  Dadi Florida. BBAI'TV AND BAHB1 sri'i'i.iKs. INC. Attoi neys: SHAPIRO, FRIED WEIL, 107 Lincoln Ito.ol Suit. l"-l: Miami Beach, FI01 nti n< 1", %  i ,1 lie! ,1. 1.111,1 ibis '"ih dav the 0 so, as eoil• Pro c.nagalnst you the %  f Ma Z 13-20-27. 4/1 for th plaii 1 DATED I'M, i lv 1: LEATHERMAN (lerk of II, ,. Clrcull Co lit I Mde County, Florida %  •' %  P. ctil-Ki.Axi, Deputy Clerk DAVID I' CAT8MAN 101 la..-1 Fkiglnr Street -Miami 32, Florida :: 20-27 1 eomBEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co. INC. 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& tiday. March 27, 1964 LEGAL NOTICE +Je*lst fhrSdian NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW DTlCE IS HEREBY niVRN that undersigned, desiring to I-HKIIKC \ n •s un<>lt COVERING; I'KNCARPET SERVICE: CBNW, CARPET CLEAN I Nd a t Suite i ,'-" ,.!'"";••'" ,"'""! Ma.i. Miami g. h. Florida, Int. nd ,,, renlmei names with the Clark of ih< it Court of l> • County, PlorRALPH TALARICO Soli' owner %  VERSTEIN. KWITNEY I' GOl'DISS orneya fur Applicant Paul Kwltney Lincoln Road, Miami Kearh •: 6-13-20-27 Page 11-I EY HENRY LEONARD % %  .., THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62407.A RE! Batata of I JESSIE UICKLER PETTEB Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditor* and all Persons MI.talma or Demand. Against %  id Batata: ft .. u are hereby iiotifiod and rei-il to prea-nt any claim, and (lends which you may have ngnlnsi estate of BESSIE D1CKI.FR (CTTEIt deceased late <.f Dude c„unFlorida, lu the County Judge* ol idCounty, and file the same in % %  Plicate and as provided in Section I-: '.ii. Florida Statute*, In their of• %  s III the County Courthouse in "'• nty, Florida, within sis ,-ai%  ular in..nilifrom the Ume .if the %  rat publication hereof. ,„• tba .„.,„„. till he barred. Hated at Miami, Florida, thla 2nd ol March, A.I i. 1964 SIDNEY .1. DICKLER As Executor lr-t publican, r this notice on i.ih day ..r March, 1964. 'Al NCE, FINK FORMAN tttoi n, %  i.ir Executor %  tis Congress Bldg. %  %  8-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that '"•, tfnderalgbed. desiring to engage bu* ness under the fictitious nan.. of < I ST.I.MK,! RELATION BERVICE .Suite MO, 120 Lincoln l t .,„l. Miami Beach, Hi, int.-ml to register said %  ;•'"•; ,'_ ''"•'''• l U %  < •"•• cirSiit Court of Dnde County, Florida EDWARD L. RERNS Sole Owner PACL KWITNEY SII.VI:I:STKI\\ KWITNEY GOl'DISS Attorney* f.. r Applicant 120 Lincoln Road 8/13-10-27. 4/2 "And Sam, i,' you want it should be a 'Festival of Fieedom' for me, too next year we go to the Community Seder at the Temple." Copr. 1963, Vayj P;eE?uctioni LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE I. ml all 1 H in. i i.ds noiitied Persons AgaiiiBl a n i re > an I ilen gainst FRIEDI 'ouni7 H A E MrX^J Y JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62310-B II UK: Estate of LENORE s. FRUBDWALD. l >eceaaed, .... > N OTICE T CREDITORS %  i" All i reditors i> Ing i 'talma or si id Estate: You are hereby quired t.. present any ctaTm r man.is which you may hnvi the. estate nf LBNttRE s JJ "•!>. deceased late of Ha,l I ;.t ,'•""'',;,' ,n S ''"""•> Judge* ,.f d.V.lT ',' Jl ""V •""' tO* the same in % % %  :• J V "" 1 •'" Prided in Section %  •• % %  l. Plorlda Mamies, m their of. Dide %  ',„ ,"' ,',""!'!•' %  on.ll.oilse In n • %  "" r,d "> w'lhln six calii.i. II months from ihe time .f the first pi.i.ncii.,,, her. ,.r. ,„ ,,„. Mil „'.. vni I..barred. i "ted a, Miami, Florida, this trd v. ALIAS Executor First publication ..i thla notice on the on, day of March, lff|, >< RT II. TRAURIG Attorney for Batate ; v I. duPont Building. -Miami 32, Florida :: (-13 .20-2i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE %  No. 61963-C In RE: Batate of SARAH LAP1DES, Deceased. NOTICE TO To All Creditor* %  laving Claim* or Said Estate; You ore I, i by i CREDITORS mid all Persona Demand* Again*! notified an.) re!" „ 2 t" pr.-s.-nt anj ,.,.,;,„, .,,„, (|( ""is which von may have against • Jtate oi SARAH LAPIDES, .1.%  e aaed lite of I ..„).. County, Florida, tv .',', f !!" y j"" 1 ^'" 1 • %  < Itade Coun. and •',"', %  %  : "" %  in Oupllcate %  m l as provided in Section JUM ;,' %  %  [ Statutes, i„ their office* In •em, ""i," .'•'" %  %  til-Use in Dad* n.Mh' S? p|d "i i "' i,, "•* ealendai IH.lJi !" ^ ''•'•-•" f or the same l.l .i-,V"'V',-'", M,aml Plorlda, thla Jin, i i February, A II |'H;I AI;K LAPIDES ',.. A* Administrator ,,,.",' imliiic.ul,,,, 0 f ,|,i, ,„„;,.,. ,,„ r-KSKN A: ESSEN 1 %  M l i"J"'-\" /.'"' Admlnlatrati r %  seybold Bldg. Miami 32, Plorlda N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 60854 in RE: Batate of ATTii.i.i ,1, .\i\i: COMASCHI. Deceased. NOTICE TO CRED'TORS To AM Creditor* and \ll Persons HaviiuClaim* or Dtmantls Againsl said Bstate: Ymi are hereby notified find renulrcd to present anv claim, and demands which illll may have Hgainat •h,. .stale of ATTll.li) DEMAR COMASCHI, deceased late ..i Dnde County, Plorlda, to the Counts Judge* of Iade County, and file the same In duplicate and a* provided in Section 733.18, Florida Statute*. In their of, fl "•" the County Courthouse ,,, Dade Lounty, Rorlda, win,in -ix ,..iien.iar months from the time of the first publication h. : -.„r, or the same will be barred. Hate.i at Miami, Florida, thi* 4th day of March. A P l!i4. SANPORTl s FAIN, i: As K\e, ill,,. First puhiicHiiori ..f this nolle i the ..Hi day of March, IM4. FAUNCB, FINK \ H.I1MAN Attorney., for Executor 1902 Congn-aa Rid*;., Miami. Pta. 3/C-I3-20-27 TO N THE COUNTY lUDGF'c ro.q T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59615-C IN RE: Batate of: JULIA B. RI7DD I leceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have fie.l Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Finii Discharge a* Executor of Ihe estate of JII.IA B. KI'HII. deceased: and that on the 13th day ..r Aorll, 1964, will apply to the Honorable County .IIHIK.-S ,,r Dade County, Florida, for approval of amid Final Report and for distribution ami final discharge as Executor of the estate of the above-named 1 it. Thi* tiih day of March, Itttfi. i 1MN1EL A. RL'DI), Executor i.y Herman T !-.. Attorne) HERMAN T. ISI.P.O, I Sox I7:'7 Coral Uablea, Fla. •: 18-20-27 INI THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1 'TH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2378 ELBA RODRKil'EZ UARCI \ I'lainHff, -VBI -IIS A GARCIA, l>. fendailt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I.FIS A. GARCIA 'all,. 13, No. .". '•arc, la .".. Manzana 71 Hot... Bah la Comerdul Guanatatcoa, Habana Cuba v.., AMI: HERERY KnriiiEn tnaj a Complaint for Divorce has 1 ,; "'' "gainat y.,,, and you arc required to serve B copy ,.f your AnI-M'Y M""P, 'I'".'. ri : "Q-' ifl s Attorney, l.ii>.\l, FLAOtl JONAS, ;^u 7lst SI-,.,! Miami H.acll. Florida, 33141. and [lie the criglnal Answer in the Wfjce ... the Clerh of the circuit Aprn, l.'M. If >.,„ fail t,, ,i 0 go h allegation* „f s;,i,i Complaint will be I.IK. n .,, conCeased by !" u. ]M |jMi:ithis 2nd day ..f March, £ %  B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk' UJ ; %  P. COPELAND, IH-puty Clerk 3/6-13-20-27 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Art. of 1941 File AA-21214 Mmcrc is HBREUT OITWN that' 'ape sable Corporation, holder ,,f o,„,ty Tax Bale Certificate No. SB2 ,' Issued the 1st day of .Mm,., A.D inm has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to Be issued Uierpon. Said Certlfleme embraces ih.. following described m-oocriv in the County of Hade, State in Florida, tii-wii: B 20 Ft Ml, of W 877.8 Ft ME t t,-",' F '," f NW 1 % %  "Wl-4 Of M\ 1-4 Less S IT, Ft Section 84, Townahlp 52 Bouth, Range n Last, containing .08 Acres more v',' ,*",., Ih ,, r, """> ••< 1'ade, Stale of Florida. The assessment of said property under the raid certificate was | n the, name of Sl.ln.v Cooper Cnless said certificate shall he redeemed according to law, ,|„. |, n ,|„r.v ;b-i.l.ed herein will he sold to he highest bidder a, ,„,. %  „,„., H OUB Jj d,s,r nn the first Monday in the month • of AW ,C" hkh "tethd.y ..' %  :.v'd,:•:::;;*:.;,,,* -* Bj R. M. LEBPER, D.C. • n 8/8-18-20-27 I • I ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^•Jewisii nvricUairi solicits your legal notictM. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4665 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan;. of SOUTHEAST CASUAL FURNITURE CO., at 8701 Northeast 4th Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerh of the Circuit Court of Dade Couniv, Florida CEBU RATTAN OF FLORIDA INC. Hi'WARD R. HIKSCII Attorne) for L'ebu Rattan of Florida. Inc. 1 20-25 I 1—1*1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan'of ABBE JALOUSIE, AWNINi: WINDOW AND DOOR CO. at 8t03 X. W. 17th Avenue. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerl ,., J?PJ' CE BV PUBL'CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF p t;ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY". IN CHANCERY ,, NO. 64C 2521 SAM SPIEOEL, Plaintiff, Vs. ANNA BARD SPIEGEL, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ion, ANNA CARD SPIEGEL, hereby notified that a Complaint I'IVOIV,. has .„ filed against ami you are required to serve copy of .v.,,,,Answer or Pleading to the i omplalni .,n ti„. Plalntlfr* attorney, KOMMEL A ROGERS 420 V-l!"a .'.. I 'm 1 ; XI,; "" i "•' %  '" %  I'. Florida 88189 and file the original Vnewer or other i leading In the office ,,f the Cleric ..f the Circuit Court on or be. rore the nth day of April, if..;i if > on fail f M do so, judgment l.v ,i. [ii::'!...:!: 1 ; 1 ,"::-^ '->-.t %  are for you. the Circuit Court of Dade Com, Klorlda. MYRON .1. NATHAN RPTH NATHAN :: L'"-. 1 '. I 3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th i the undesigned, .VS'TO. ngaae I business und.-r the fictitious name of PROFESSIONAL III-.Al.i n.s at KFast in. Avenue, Htaleah, Fla., Intends to register raid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad, County, Klorid ,. MORTON ANCHELL 3/20-2 7 4/3-1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62391 A I iii RE: Bstate of SAMUEL L. CCHT1S, Deceased. CREDITORS and All Persons Demand* Agaiaxi NOTICE TO To All Creditors Having claims ,„• sii.i Batate: Von are hereby ., I. for C .., N0T 'CE UNDER %  ICllin, UJ Aw u"J,">'' : ,S SM1BY O'VEN that m .,:MU,„,I, deslrlm to engage %  USIIICSS nndei ih, fictitious name MK | PRDI'ERTIBH at Ml Lin1,1 'toad. Miami Beach. I la intend •Klsler said name with Ihe Clerk in* ( ircuit ( ..nit of Da.ie Coun• Honda. GEonniC MILLER and GLORIA MILLER, his wife (Undivided .',"'. i M-I.1AN KCRLANDKIt and ANN KURLANDER, his wife i Undivided S69 ) IRBNB LBRNBR 'Undivided |5*) r'KIMAN A KAI'l.AN for Applicants YERS, iilev 8.W.1 Street 8/8-18-20-27 c.r-r NOTICE UNDER \(,T,, C ,T ,TIOUS N *ME LAW the Z ', K IS "BBBBY GI\'EN that In i„ > rs '" r "'"' ******* <• %  ensag* of >nn !L nd r "" %  fictitious name n„' h,,:,T BBAL WINDOW C<>. , %  Florida? rt f B lto Coun d.,V' 'f V. :, 1 Mi C""i. Florida, this 26t I "' rebriiHiv. 1884 IFViv !' PACETTl lAtlomL^f''":"",'^' HOLTZMAN Uc >" f"r Applicant 4 3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2456 IN THE MAT i'l-.l; ,|THE AI H PTU i.N OF: ANTIliNHTTI. DAVlS, A mill..r hlld. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHRISTINE DAVlh Route No I l 'a\ labro, i ieorgla YOC, CHRISTINE DAVIS hereby notified ih.it a I'etltln Adopt', .n has been filed In il„. above H.yled Court and you arc re.piii.d to II:. %  th,. original answer u, objections to show cau.se ullj s.u.l petition should not be granted In the office ol the ci.rk of the above styled Court, and epics ih.j.-io on the uttornes for r.ii.i,.n.rs, OAKLEY II, SMITH I'" 1 •>' U X "" llh *'" <""• % %  Miami. Horlda. on or before th* Mih da) of April, i:n;i. There is no known address of VKLLNEI JORDAN, ihy, ij.uu.al rather, and after dllUeiu s.-aich, the ivhereabouta of VBLENB JORDAN IS unknown. HEREIN FAIL NOT. or the relief requeated b) th* Petitioners, shall be gran ted. DATED this tli day of March. E. II. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circiili Court (leal) By: C. P. C0PBL \NH Deputy Clerk •yu-sp.r urtTire mv ?i;SLirATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 2294 AUDREY v KIRKPATRICK, Plaintiff, -VSDAVID F. KIRKPATRICK, I'etelldllllt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IMI'D F. KIRKPATRICK Hilda. Illinois You, David 1-. Klrknatrlck, are hereby notified that a Mill of Complaint for Mivorc has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading ',, Hi,. Bill of Complaint on I the Plaintiffs attorney, (INSLEE R. Ferdle, Suite 203-204 231S B.W [TWeune Roail, Coi-al Uablea, Florida S8IJ1 ami file. Ihe original Anawer ,,r Plead!i n in the office of the Clei k of the Circuit Court on .. r before the oth day of April, mui. If you fall to do SO, jiidguient by default will be i ik. n against you for the reItal 1 ':V N OROERED at Miami Ida, to the County .Indue, ,',. ii:„i.. —DONE AND ORDERED at'"Miami I Ida. horlda, this llth day 0 f March. M!.J K. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk %tCor?'se2r, 8 '' % %  '""> %  K, """ i I'D Lincoln lloid Miami Deach, Florida 18118 3 13-20-27, I I N ,L H E K. < c. 0UNTY JL, DGE-S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE iv ,,,. .. No 62349-A I.N RE: Bstate of L. A. .IONICS, also knoyn as LESLIK ALLAN JONES, NOTICE TO CREDITORS lo All Creditor* and All Persons Havj Batate* '"' """ i "" 1 Agalnal Said i You are hereby notified and requlr. ed t, preaeni any claims and dcman,su,i, ,,>,,,, n,a> have a.ain,, kno W r-e •"-'•" A -JONES, a.so thu County Judges ,,i Had. j County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 783.16, Florida s.iniii.s, in their offices in the County C -thouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the fii ,| publication hereof, or th,. same will be barrel. Dated at .Miami. Florida, this li'il, day of March, A.D. 1984 H UEKTHA CURTIS BERTHA OPRTIS, also known *, BIRDIE CURTIS \s Executrix i Irat publloatlon ..f thi* notice on Ihe 20th day of March, l;.,. I. ARONOVIT2, SILVER ,\SCHKR Attorney* lor i-..\ecuuix •>"7 All si > %  Building, Miami. Fla. 1 20-27 1/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0 = FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHA1MCERY No. 64C 2671 i',:.,'.',. •* %  •"'N1 '..-\ ulso fHE WlLLIAMSBl'RGH LESLIE ALLAN JONEK SAVINGS BANK. .. day of February! A.D. !'.'•;!. K H. LEATHFRMAN, clerk : ""l at Miami, Plorlda t Court, Dade Countx Plorlda! aj '" Map ch, A.D. 1984. A. I.W PRISTOL As Administrator •.,s..,l lab ,,, Had,. County, F|„,-. Plaintilf. •,;, \ ';;"" ,v Juiqres of H,„I. I vs. ,..,.•„ %  ,"'"' r "'',, "" %  ••""• %  In llupllOOUGU\S GORDON STEVENS Fl. i•'"' •"'•" % %  • "''- h.ni N. iioitx man OLTZMAN Attorn, > %  f..r Administrator 46 Sej bold pudding ; M,.i mi JJ, Florid N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. I NPROBATE No. 61748-A RE: Estate of UERTRITM 11. ROGERS STt I %  %  • % %  as.d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Bstate: You are hereby notified and teiniiie.l to preee nt any claims ami demands whi.h .on may have againsl the ..-late of BERTRCM II. ROGERS, Sit., deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges pf Had, County, and file the same Iii duplicate and as provided in Seclion 738.16, Florida Statutes, in their office* in the County Courthouae In Dade County, Florida. Within s;\ calendar months from the tim, of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated in Miami, Florid,,, this nil da) Ol March. A !. 1964, CH VRLES i: ROGERS As Administrator First publication of this notice on lb. Mh day of March, 1964, TZMAN Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT I' • I touglas t:< .-. ,,n Stevens and .Marianne c Stevens, hi, wife, iii? Lake Shore Boulevard Rochester, New York You are hereb) notified that tl % %  above cautioned action ha* been Inat tuted against you In tha Circuit C ,.n of the Eli v nth Judicial Circuit of • I lOI-lda In and for Hade Comity to I torcrlos, a mortgage upon the follovi ini; described r.ai property: i-.i H, Block i. WESTHAVBN HEIGHTS, accordini t.. the Pirn I ) thereof, recorded iii I'lat Book GO al Page 34 of ihe Public Records ol i lade 'ountj. I lorlda, together with lloi Water Heater, Venetian itlin*,. j .'one Uarbage Din w/Cans: an Colic. Cluthl s Poles. I You ate r,.lulled to file vour answer io plaintiffs complaint with Hi< lerk ol the aforesaid Court, .,n | *jve a copy thereof upon plaintiffattorney MARTIN I-LNK, n,i, Floei 1 Oado Federal Building, Miami fa, i-leiida. no, later than April II, I'.tbi or a_Decree Pro Couf e —u will be entered against you. I 'A'l'Ki •: Mareh lu, i:i64 B. B. LBATHERMAN 'lerk of the Circuit Court 's.aD By: MARGCER1TH MORFORD MARTIN FISE P ,yeWk Attorni > for ITalntlff 14th Floor cad, Federal Bldg. Miami :;:'. Florida %  I 13-20-27, 4 :: YI.VVN V II, d.TZMAN Attorney for Administrator 846 Seybold Building Miami ;:_', f%m Ma NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -NIIICI: is in.i{i.,:y QIVEN thuthe undersigned, desiring to eniagein busIneg., under th fktJtlou* name ,.: 'I' 1 -in i OPFER at 6910 N.W. 33th "fue, Miami, Florida Intend, i, register said n: hie with the Clerk of Court of Hade County, Florida. JASA.N RADDING Solg < IW ii.r



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Page 12-E k*istfkrkMar Friday, March 2" 1964 A Joyous Passover to All... 5724 BEAU RIVAGE 9955 COLLINS AVENUE SAHARA MOTEL 18335 COLLINS AVENUE CHATEAU MOTEL 19115 COLLINS AVENUE HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL SHELBORXE HOTEL 1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH The Kulok's (I.AHI>IO\r HOT I I FRIENDLY CASUAL — CONVENIENT 1700 COLLINS AVE. Cor. 17th St., MIAMI BEACH Leonard B. Lang. Mgr. — JE 8-4661 HAPPY PASSOVER SAN JUAN HOTEL Mr and Mrs. Max Go'^an & Helen Gutman & 'he^ fami extend to all a *ery HapDy & Healthy 'assc-.er He r?. 1680 Collins Avenue Miami Beach GARDEN OF ALLAH 6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9881 MIAMI BEACH LEON M. ROSENBLUM HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL CONTINENTAL HOTEL 4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-6721 BARRY HESSER. Manager OASIS MOTEL & APTS. 6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875 MIAMI BEACH GEORGE MARGOLIS HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Sincere Best Wishes for a Happy Passover To Our Friends CAVALIER HOTEL 1320 OCEAN DRIVE Phone 531-7661 BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER SHELDON HOTEL 227 7th STREET Miami Beach JE 8-7629 ^r. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" • ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS • DOWNTOWN • HOMELIKE 252 NW 2nd Street Pfcaa* ft 44863 MONTMARTE HOTEL 4775 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 2-1731 National Hotel and the Koretzky Family Wish All Their F r iends and Guests A Very Happy Passover HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS GOLDEN NUGGET MOTEL 185SS COLLINS AVE : %  Belvedere Hotel 843 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kali PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL 3E5T WISHES FOR PASSOVER LUCERNE HOTEL 4101 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach, Florida Best Wishes for a Happy Passover MOULIN ROUGE RESORT MOTEL On Indian Creek at 41st Street Miami Beach 1964 • c PASSOVER GREETINGS MARTINIQUE HOTEL 6423 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH UN 6-5711 .ERRY GRANGER. Manager PASSOVER GREETINGS ALOHA MOTEL 7500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PI 7-0616 MORRIS FROGEL SURREY HOTEL 4390 COLLINS AVE. JE l-Ittl MIAMI BEACH BOB LEFKOW1TZ HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL WOFFORD BEACH RESIDENCE HOTEL FOR RETIREMENT IJVTNG On m Ocean A 24th ST. 4 Boardwalk. M. B. JE I-6691 SHEPLEY HOTEL 1340 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-6724 Irving and Tess:e Wasserrr.cn BLUE WATERS HOTEL 74rh STREET ON THE OCEAN Phone UN 6-6231 VR & "ARi. 1EW1S LESHNER CHARLES HOTEL 1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711 MIAMI BEACH TRITON TERRACE HOTEL 2729 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 1-6651 SANFORD SLATER GREETINGS WITH A JOYOUS — PEACEFUL PASSOVER BERKELEY SHORE HOTEL 1610 Collins Ave. JE 1-5731 IOU NADLER FRANK GREGORY HOTEL PROMENADE jusajaOeofc,', i-ceuv-'3Jd IflU if 30N3AV SNITtOD 69 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CLAVELON HOTB 4210 COLLINS AVENUE JEHerson 1-1171 FRITZ HAC

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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 27, 1964

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
(Jewish Floriidian
Volume 37 Number 13
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday. March 27, 1964
Five Sections Price SI. .d
...Passover Edition... Reds Tell Jews
Shun Matzo
rom uverseas
AAT!TUDE SEEN WORSENING PAGE )
LONDON- (JTA) Local author!-
lies throughout the Soviet Union
have ordered .lews to refuse to
accept parcels containing matzoh
vein by relatives abroad, it became
known here trom reports received
from !h<' USSR.
These steps are being taken in
spite oi the fact that an announce-
ment by ;i Soviet official in the
Washington Embassy stated a
month ago that matzoh shipments
addressed to individual recipients
in the USSR would be permitted,
The Soviet official went so far as
to list live linns in the Unite I
States specifically licensed by the
I Soviet authorities to accept such
shipments.
An article in an issue of Pravda
\ ostoka, ol Tashkent, t zbekisi ,
received here confirms the I
that pressures are being app
against local .lew- in regard I
matzoh acceptance. 'I in- articli
the issue of Mar. 17. stated
ceipt ot parcels ol mat/.oh coi -
lutes ideological sabotage aga -.
the Uu-sian people
Pravda Vostoka, which is I te
organ ol the local Communist
Partj m Uzbekistan, reports tint
"protest meetings*' against the im-
port ot matzoh were being organ-
ized all over the country." It
.'as emphasized lure that no "pro-
test meetings" can be held
where in the Soviet Union without
official Government permission
perhaps encouragement
AMENDMENTS KICKED IT OFF
South Africa Parliament Hears
Attacks Against Jewish Members
'THEN CAME THE MOST HOLY, BLESSED BE HE
Chad Gadya
Nazis Fcrced Jews to Sing as They Went
To Their Sure Death in the Gas Chambers
FBANKFURT- (JTAi A de-
scription of how Jewish victims at
Mischuitz were torceel by an SS
i nicer called "a killer" to sing
'"ii-s while on their way to the
pas chambers was Riven to the
court here this week as the trial
it 22 former Auschwitz Birkenau
(Inunistratois and medical corps-
men continued.
Hermann II. Biermanski. who
'pent five years at Auschwitz,
anted Wilhelm Boger, one of the
defendants, as the man who made
the Jew s sin>_ on their way to their
death. Boger, according to Bier-
. had "a reputation as a
killer" even before he had been
signed to Auschwitz.
While the mass trial of the 22
continued. Dr. Joachim Greiff,
=r?sic"ent of the Frankfort Pro-
vincial Court, announced that a
series of other major war crimes
trials has been scheduled to
open soon. On Apr. 27 he said,
Hermann Krumey and Otto
Hunsche, both aides to the late
Adolph Eichmann, will go on
trial here.
The indictment against Kruniey
alleges he was responsible for the
death ol" 437.102 Hungarian Jews.
Hunsche is accused of having been
Krumey "s asiistant. Hunsche is al-l
ready serving a five-year prison
Continued on Page II-A
LONDON (JTA1 Anti-Semitic
attacks by members of the South
African Nationalist Party in the
House of Representatives of South
Africa's Assembly reached a peak
this week, forcing a Jewish mem-
ber of Parliament, former Johan-
nesburg Mayor Alec Oorshcl. to
shout "uo to Hell" at the Nation
alists. the Guardian oi Manchester
n ported this week from Cape-
town.
South Africa's House was debat-
ing amendments to the Bantu
Laws, a move aimed to strengthen
the Government's apartheid pol-
icy, when Nationalists started
jeering at Mr. Gorsbel's opposition
to that measure. The Nationalists
referred to Mr. Gorshel's "race,"
dragged Israel into the discussion,
and otherwise baited the Jewish
members of Parliament, according
to the Guardian report.
When two other Jewish mem-
bers, Hymie Miller, of the United
Party, and Mrs. Helen Suiman,
of the Progressive Party, rose to
try to get the floor. Nationalists
shouted "Look how the Jews are
getting up."
Douglas Mitchell, leader for the
Continued on Page 13-A
HUSSEIN TO FOLLOW
Eshkcl Will
See Jchnson
Start of June
WASHINGTON i.ITA) The
White House announced olficially
this week that Prime Minister
Lev! Eshkol will visit President
Johnson on June 1 and 2 This will
be the first time the two statesmen
meet. It was also announced otti
cially that King Hussein, of Jor-
dan, will meet with President
Johnson in Washington on Apr u.
The White House also an-
nounced that Deputy Special As-
sistant to the President, Myer
Feldman, will depart on Apr. I
for a week's stay in Israel. It is
understood that Mr. Feldman
Continued on Page 10-A
Rockwell Speech Creates Strong Campus Dissent
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA) "A
backwash of hatred and dissension"
continued to swirl among non-
Jews and Jews alike in the Twin
Cities oi St Paul and .Minneapolis
as a result of an address delivered
at the University of Minnesota by
Georee Rockwell, leader of the
American Nazi Party, the Amen
can Jewish World, local weekly
| newspaper, reported.
Rockwell spoke on the Universi-
ty of Minnesota Campus when
, 1.3(H) students and guests, many of
them defiantly wearing the Star ol
, David, crowded a campus auditor
iuin. while about 2,500 others list-
ened to his anti-Semitic diatribes
over loud speakers. The Star of
David, made available by the Stu-
dent Zionist Organization, was
worn by non-Jews as well as by
Jews They jeered and booed the
Nazi.
Rockwell received wide press,
radio and television coverage
during his visit here. Jewish
leaders, including Rabbi Louis
Milgrom, director of the B'nai
B'rith M i t lei Foundation, had
urged university officials to ban
Rockwell. Some Jewish students,
however, according to the Amer-
Continued on Page 12-A


Page 2-A
*Jewl$i> HtridHar
Friday. March 27, 19,64*
^5cder to JL^aunch Jr<
assover
j~ria&{
Greater Miami Jewry will launch the Passover observance with
services Friday evening, Mar. 27. to be followed by the Hrsl Seder.
(For complete details on the preparation of the home for Passover,
Bee 1*?. 1-C, The Jewish Floridian. edition Oi Mar. 20.) These include:
Siyum Ha'Bchor (Redemp-
tion of the First-born1 on Friday.
Mar. 27. at earl> morning ser-
vices.
Last time for eating of Cha-
metz, on Friday. Mar. 27. at 9:30
;. m.
La>t time for burning and
selling of Chometz, on Friday,
Mar. 27, at 10 a.m. This cere-
mony is known as "Kol Chamira,"
which includes renunciation of
ownership of any undiscovered
Chametz in the home.
Bedikat Chametz. the tradi-
tional search for Chametz. should
be completed the evening before.
on Thursday. Mar. 26. at nightfall.
Members of Reform and Lib-
eral congregations generally ob-
serve only one day of Passover
and hold only one Seder. Other
n-ise. Sedarim will be held both
Friday and Saturda) evenings,
Mar 27 and 28.
CANDLELIGHTING TIM
14 Nisan 6:16 p.m.
liimanlty
,;.S" ; in
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. "85 SW 67'h Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor trael Kershner.
; ,; i| in IV- 111 .1 Uh, I ,-,l
in. .- n M.I Sumlio .i in-
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7R0' C."'vle ve.
Orthodox. Rabbi laar Ever
: i', n. > v ,:ni Ha'lifhr
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S.mi :3il .1 '" I n -' ''< "''
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to attend the John K. Kennedy
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held Tut 'ay evening. Mar. 31. at
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Admisaii n to the concert will
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fair. Purchasers will be seated at
the concert free of charge.
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Volume 37 Number 13
Friday. March 27. 1964
14 Nisan 5724
Passover Seizes
Man's Imagination
Passover seizes the imagina-
: .i as few other religious noli-
ys can. Passover tells the
t'ary of man's release from bond-
: : e. Passover symbolizes his un-
te.enting aspiration to be free.
In this sense, Passover never
,-es its youthful intent; neithei
it truly hallowed as a festival
: Jewish religious affairs long
- .e pas'.
Passover is the concretization
: -.umanity's continuing ambition
I: be the ultimate arbiter of his
. ) best interests.
When the six-hundred thou-
- ,d Israelites left Egypt under
v r mighty outstretched arm ot
their God and behind the lead-
6. ?hip of Moses, they enacted one
:: :hr greatest events in the saga
:: urcompromising liberty.
The symbols of Passover are
- :re numerous and complex than
::. any other Jewish holiday: the "charoseth,"
suggesting the clay with which the Jewish
c.rrves worked on the grea' pyramids of Egypt;
v.e "marror," recalling the bitterness of their
.:.; the "zroah." acting as a literal represen-
oi, of God's strength and devotion to the
:: jse of freedom.
One can go on and on; the wine, the mat-
re.-., the "karpas," among others.
It is these that place Passover within the
;.oad panorama of our ancient religious past.
r_t the overwhelming purpose of the holiday
: res far beyond them and makes of Pass-
ever what we suggested it is at the outset:
: continuing celebration of man's determina-
tion that, apart form his relationship to God,
he was created to be his own master.
hW
A Significant Address
Dr. Nahum Goldmann's address before
s Zionist Actions Commit'ee in Jerusalem last
*" rek is a significant one for several reasons.
To begin with, Dr. Goldmann suggested
I the Zionist movement in the United States
it lose its "inferiority complex" if i' is to
off the ground. And getting off the ground
.; what Zionism needs here if it is to survive
: oil.
But this. Dr. Goldmann linked with an-
ether proposition: that disintegration of the
Jews as a people is a steadily rising danger
leday. It is Zionism, he declared, that can
t'.engthen the bond among individual Jews
.. .ng in the diaspora.
In Dr. Goldmann's view, Zionism has the
edge on almost any other movemnt in this
- :ard; for it is Zionist-.-, that maintains the
l .imate link between Jews living inside and
outside of Israel.
These are not new concepts, but they are
r E vertheless important ones; and while it
ould be like beating a dead horse to repeat
the ills of contemporary Zionism in the United
Sates, the fact remains that the ills exist.
Happily, the implications of Dr. Gold-
mann's address before the Committee went
zeyond this. It also subtly placed a burden
.: responsibility on Israelis, themselves, who
have too often tended to display the unfortu-
- :.te capacity to regard Jews abroad as "step-
z. others."
It is for Israelis, also, he declared, to re-
mold both their opinion and their view; it is
::: them to realize that Jews outside of Israel
:. e just as significant to the ultimate reality
:: the concept of a "Jewish people."
What Dr. Goldmann implied for Zionists
a goal on our side o: the ocean is that they
c: n shed their "inferiority complex" by begin-
ning immediately to work toward those le-
guirements needed to strengthen Jews as a
totality here. This is the more immediate and
indeed emergent necessity. Once achieved,
the Israeli lack should tend to take care of
itself.
Intermarriage on Rise
Speaking of survival, one major area of
challenge to the disintegration of the Ameri-
can Jewish community is intermarriage.
In recognition of this sociological trend,
the Synagogue Council of America has called
for a national conference of religious leaders
in the principal branches of Judaism on means
of combatting its obviously deleterious impact
Perhaps President Shazar of Israel under-
stands the challenge as Dr. Goldmann put it
at the Zionist Actions Committee meeting.
For it was at the Presidents urgent reguest
that the conference was called.
As a matter of fact, Mr. Shazar has promis-
ed to send a special emissary to attend ses-
sions of the conference.
There is little guestion that our burgeoning
suburban socie'y encourages a renewed kind
of identification with religion but it is the
sort of identification based on social compul-
sion rather than ideological conviction. Hence,
the trend toward intermarriage seems to rise
coincidentally with the individual Jew's dis-
covery of the increasing fredom he enjoys as
compared with the restraits placed upon his
parents and grandparents in earlier, more cir-
cumscribed generations and, indeed, in othei
worlds.
Somehow, the freedom openly to act as
a Jew has in too many cases been interpreted
as a fetching Invitation to reject Judaism end
even to intermarry.
is
What Jack Ruby needed in his trial was not a Melvin Belli. ;
matter how dynamic lie is, but a dead man called Clarence Darrow
Belli did a good and faithful job according to his lights and within
the name ol his personality But this is a tlambouyant fellow who
tried to put a whole city on trial, and then asked twelve men at'..
women from that city to acquit his client.
A Darrow type of lawyer would have spoken simply, asking to
understanding and compassion for .lack Ruby, asking the jury to pu
themselves in his place, reconstructing the nightmare sequence cm
events that led to his smoldering rage against Oswald and the pulling
of the trigger
The jury did not turn to Ruby the face of understanding but
the deadpan face of indifference, if not of outright hostility. What
tne jury oitered Ruby was not compassion but a stony hardness ol
heartunder the guise of the rule of law.

To speak of the tragedy of the Ruby case may be to give him
tun much stature Perhaps :t is better to speak of the pathos ot r
Ruby seems a pathetic fellow, a feeling rather than a thinking per
miii. who killed a man under the stress of a wave of emotion tl
he shared with the nation and the world Where others were i
io contain anil control the emotion, lie was not Granted that
killed in a vigilantist spirit .mil broke the lau. Hut he deserved
betterany man would deserve betterthan the kind ot judge I
had. the kind ol courtroom, the kino ot TV shenanigans that tin
the trial into a TV Big Tout spectacle, the kind ot jurj he had.
The defense talked too big from the start, promised too ma,
that it found it could not deliver later Main were under the m
pression il was one) th.it Belli had the testimony on Ruby's "p>>
cho motor epilepsy" all wrapped up and un er lock and key, impvc
nable to attack It seemed to be a three-layer dotense-in dc;*ri
clinical psychologist who had given Ruby a battery of diagm
tests, a psychiatrist who testified that his was the sort ot sick w
that blacked out in rage, an expert on encephelograms who c.
show the jury the tracings ol Ruby's brain with the spikiDgs bursts
that showed organic brain damage, There was even talk that Bel
would stage a psychological test right there in the courtroom
As it turnd out the experts tor the defense were all but ma i
ed by experts for the prosecution, the jury was bewildered or DOT d
several ol the women jurors are even rumored to have dozed during
the technical testimony, and the whole process of presenting expert-
by both sides (an adversary' progress that should have been oui
dated long ago I left the expert evidence pretty well canceled out.
An insanity plea is good it you can nail it down, or il the jury
is inclined toward leniency from the start and you want to give it>
members a chance to save face for acquittal. It won't do if the jur>
and court are hostile. The failure to put Ruby on the stand, lor t.
he would not measure up to the insanity plea, may have been what
clinched the case against him

Belli has made a good deal of the charge that the jury and th
city ot Dallas were anti Semitic Answering DA Henry Wade's pn>;
trial suggestion that the defense should have asked tor leniencv Belt
retorted: "They wanted Ruby to grovel, to sav I'm a Jew and you'n
the master race and I'm so sorry." I don't doubt that Dallas has
its share ol anti-Semitism, but 1 question whether that was a cei
tnil tact in the jury\ death verdict. There were witnesses who quo)
ed Ruby as saying after the shooting, "i wanted to show that ., J
has guts i h,g poo,- misguided mind, aware that the Jews ha\
been maligned for centuries, knowing that extremist fanatics in I
south regard them as "Communists." his bean scarred bv the killing
on reside,, Kennedy, his scarred brain ma) well have reasoned tl
'" a Jew t k.li the Communist Oswald would b
- ''U as a cleansing act, and not
into his own ban s
Red Cultural Genocide
The announcement six weeks ago that the
Soviet Union would be willing to permit the
importation of matzoh from abroad was areet-
ed happily. ^
, For the Soviet Union made more than a
simple commitment of intent. In fac its lead
ers designated a number of international ear-
ners through whose services the matzohs could
be shipped behind the Iron Curtain
Virtually on the eve of the holiday, the
decision has been revoked, laying bare the
intent as nothing more all along than a simple
hick.
We know that our brethren in the Soviet
Union are having a difficult time in cultural
personal expression. Their inability to obtain
matzoh, particularly to bake it themselves
renders a dea'h blow to the observance of
the holiday.
thing oi
an arrogant taking ol the
rhis N not o defend Ruby's act. nor to say that such a thou;
-i indeed ,. flashed through Ruby's mind-makes this a M. -
y- .,v ,. not the first'who has round that when you tr, I
do ^UUng ,,. |u||i ,he Jew.sh vou-oltei:\..
d> tuiiiing it-am! yourself,

but ^i,7.,guess !s ,ha' ,he iury ac,ed no ou of *"* ntl-Semirlsm
an file W ?'"; K'P^m """'' t0 correc ;|" 'image/' The natro:
;' th. vo,i,i^ had come crashing down Dallas as .. lawless h
to killings had been committed. The jury could not i
;".'I""'V! ""' defense; "* aked by the state to sh.
that du. process of law prevails in Texas The law-and-order ima
Of Dallas had been broke,,, and the .,<> hardened its hear, a
image "K"' beln* J'"1 acted '" "build the >"*'
,,.';;;"> MMUiji Of the killing He did DO! deserve the sav.,
,;; j Jeath. A Darrow could have changed the result. Now
>u changed only by a higher court than Judge Joe B. Browns.
.Muhamnn(?^T"0UGH,TS: The SP",-aWa>' of Ma," X '""" E,ijah
the rS .ml W"h ,;" aching potentials, ft means that
" ^POht.^^ ing and try to
T"!ritit!'r ",,ncra"y rt,co"iz as the Number
tent too s all To, -.'hi m0Vment' has cKarly found the move
self and dni>,i., n.i.7 Mt'ssenor" (Elijah Muhammad) and him
"'ho was bo ,, 1JU". 1Muhn"0 fe the same. The Ihiv
Swer of SreiK L",U' iM maha' whe father was a tol-
rtruukd a "V,J s "Black Nonau.n> of the 1920s, who
'eath who ound law as a profession blocked against him
and w5 i "L J" I"1"1-1 '' e undemorid as "Big Bed
become tl EH,ahs faith in Priso'': this Malcolm X has
"U "" ,"""" Propagandlsl and intellectual of the movement.


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Friday. March 27, 1964
Blanks to Receive Israel's Honor Medal
At 16th Anniversary Dinner Apr. 19
Greater Miami Jewry will eele-
brate the 16th anniversary of the
State of Israel on Apr. 19 at a Din-
ner hi state in the Fontainebleau
Hotel
Announcement was made Wed-
nesday by Leonard Ro-en. chair-
man, and Samuel Friedland, hon-
orary chairman nl the Greater
Miami Committee for Israel Bonds.
Highlight of the Israel Inde-
pendence Day celebration will
be the presentation of the State
of Israel Medallion of Honor to
two of Greater Miami's princi-
pal communal leaders, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Blank.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, who
have served with the Blank- on
literally scores of projects for Is
rael and Judaism, have been des-
ted as chairmen of the Com-
mittee of Hosts in preparation for
the dinner, Rosen and Friedland
Preliminary plans for the gala
nere mapped Tuesday
al a reception for the com
niittee hosted by the Weinkles at
imperial House residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Jan Peerce were spe
guests, Mrs. Peerce, wife ol
the noted opera star, is national
nan oi the Women's Di\ ision
r state of Israel Bond-
Beth Shirah
Students' Seder
Some 300 boys and girls of Tem-
ple Beth Shirah Hebrew and Re-
ligious School attended the Model
Pass iver Seder held Sunday morn-
ing,
Rabbi Morris A. Skop introduc-
ed the student leaders who read
in Hebrew and English the Bib-
lical portions ol the Hagadah, and
the Children's Choir, directed by
Cantor Herman K. Gotlieb, chant-
ed the I'a>sover hymns.
Class mothers provided the
rer symbols,
"A rich lifetime of service to
the cause of Israel and human-
ity has merited Bea and Sam
Blank for this high honor, and
the community will cherish the
opportunity of taking part in the
presentation," Friedland d e -
dared as news of the award was
disclosed.
The medallion will hear the 1111
age of Bea and Sam Blank, and it
will mark the first time that the
award will be presented to a I111-
1 band and wife.
In announcing Ihe 16th anniver-
sary dinner. Rosen pointed out
that .ince the end of World War
II. some GO new countries have
come into being, ine State of Is
rael. which was established in
1!M8. is not by any means the larg-
est or the most powerful. Yet.
with this pocket size of 8.000
square miles and its modes! popu-
lation of close to 2.51111.0011. it has
achieved Ihe role of a showcase
for most oi the other newly-emerg-
ing nations.
"This 11 lia~ done through the'
succi -s oi an ambitious program
ol reconstruction and economic
development financed in great
measure through the sale ol Israel
Bonds.
"With the aid Of the proceeds
from Israel Bonds, the people of
Israel have established a dynamic'
economy in an underdeveloped
land, exploited its limited natural
resources of oil. copper and phos-
phates, built new rural villages
and large urban centers, estab-
lished universities and scientific
institute- and set up social and
political machinery that has made
Israel the most stable democracy
in the entire Middle East.
"The fact that Israel is now
engaged in a cooperative pro-
gram with the United States for
the desalination of sea water fn-
MR. AND MRS. SAM BLANK
dicates Israel's potential for sci-
entific break-through to aid all
humanity."
Sam Blank served as co-chairman
of the Greater Miami Committee
foi siatc oi Israel Bonds in 1952,
and both he and Mrs. Blank have
served in a leadership role since
the inception of the bond campaign
A founder and past president ot
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
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of the University Of Miami, and a
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Actions Committee Changes Proposed
Sidney Ansin with Philip M. Klutznick. of Chicago, at a
Miami Beach dinner for the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial
Foundation. Former U.S. Ambassador Klutznick to the Unit-
ed Nat;ons is national chairman of the Foundation chartered
by Congress last April to continue Mrs. Roosevel'.'s efiorts
for human rights and international good will. Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott Roosevelt were hosts of the occasion. Ansin is newly-
appointed chairman of the 1964 United Fund and president
of WCKT Ch. 7. Klutznick is also a former international pres-
ident oi B'nai B'ri'h and general chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
No. Miami Groups Support Drive
Two North Miami Synagogues,
Beth Torah Congregation, of which
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz is spiri-'
tual leader, and Temple Adath
Yeshurun with Rabbi Jonah E.
(apian ;.s spiritual leader, this
week held meetings to plan their
participation in the synagogue pro-
gram on behalf of the 1!H>4 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
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leader of Temple Emanu-El. city
wide chairman of the 1964 CJA,
noted that "with the help of these'
two prominent North Miami Beach
congregations, the synagogue drive
has reached a new peak in active1
support of the 57 agencies around I
the corner and around the world
supported."
Joseph Liedman, president of
Temple Adath Yeshurun, and
Rabbi Caplan both pledged 100
percent support of their congre-
gation. A recent gathering of
members of the synagogue's
Board of Governors and leading
members of the Sisterhood took
place at the home of Rabbi Cap-
lan, 1025 NE Miami Gardens
Dr., where plans were discuss-
ed for the Temple's CJA pro-
gram.
Rabbi LipschitZ and Joseph
Schmier, president of Congrega
tion Beth Torah. met with mem-
bers of the synagogue's Board of.
Governors at a breakfast meeting !
at Wolfie's Restaurant in North
Miami Beach to plan their CJA
participation.
Principal speaker was Robert
Norman, director of budgeting and
planning of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
JERUSALEM UTAi Moshe
Sharett, chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, placed before
the current meeting of the Zionist
World Actions Committee this
week a program of action which
included proposals for major
changes in the organization of the
governing bodies of the World
Zionist Organization.
These included a proposal to re-
place the shekel with a permanent
WZO membership card with Iocs
paid to the national Zionist Feder-
ations. He also proposed to make
non-party Zionists eligible to join
(he WZO entitling such groups to
join local Zionist Councils and to
be represented on the council gov-
erning bodies and on the World
Zionist Congresses.
Discussing the tasks of the
Zionist movement, Mr. Sharett
said that the rising assimilation
of Jews compelled a reorienta-
tion in the direction of non-
Israeli Jewry and the awakening
of Jewish institutions in other '
countries to the peril of assimi-
lation. He urged the active par
ticipation of the Zionist move-
ment in the direction of the Jew-
ish communities to deepen Jew-
ish consciousness and for effec-
tive representation of the move-
ment in international Jewish or-
ganizations.
Apart from direct Zionist action,
the Zionist movement should strive
to stimulate the initiative of other
Zionist organizations, he urged.
He added that in view of the Israel
Government's recognition of joint
responsibility with the movement
for the future of Zionism, the lull
measure of Israel's support should
be enlisted tor implementation of
the program in other countries
while the Zionist movement's co-
operation with the Israel Govern-
ment ought to include promotion
of Zionism in Israel, especially
among the young generation.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair
man of the American section of the
Jewish Agency, hailed Ihe joint Is-
rael Government-World Zionist Or-
ganization statement as a historic
occasion which "may mark a new
era in the checkered history of our
movement." He also hailed the
"profound understanding" display-
ed by Premier Levi Eshkol on
problems confronting Jewries out-
side of Israel.
Dr. Neumann stressed that the
planned intensification of the ef-
iorts of the Zionist movement was
not meant to displace "the exist-
ing agencies or compete with
them." He also emphasized the
need to enhance Zionist conscious-
ness and ties with other Jewries.
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Friday. March 27, 1954
Zionist Session Ends in Resolutions
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
/ ni.-t Actions Committee this
-ok adopted a resolution calling
in the soviet Government to re-
ct the 'sacred riyht of every
Ji \ in every country to emigrate
ti Israel.' especially those mem-
g of Jewish families who have
; en separated as a result of the
V zi holocaust.
The resolution, which was adopt
, at the final session of the week
g meeting of the Actions Com-
1 itee, asserted that no Jew will
r accept the Soviet authorities'
- temalit attempts to cut off mil-
lions of Jews from the sources of
their cultural past. It noted with
anxiety "the manifestations of
anti-Semitic calumnies and incite-
ment'' expressed In the Soviet
press and literature, and in the
general Soviet attack against re-
ligion.
The resolution expressed "pro-
found appreciation" over the
moral support rendered "by all
seekir.g freedom and peace in
the struggle for the rights of the
Soviet Jews." Another resolu-
tion appealed to the authorities
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Names
Robert Fcrman New Assistant Director
inert P, Forman. director of
getin and planning at the
at -r Miami Jewish Federation
- re 1962, has been appointed
istanl executive director, it
.. announced Wednesday by
- ne> Lefcourt, presidenl of Fed-
lion.
Hi- k towledge ol community
ining in the social welfare
1.;- helped us begin to pro-
, (-rounded program of
vices b> t h e Federation's
Lefcourt declared. Vs
n -.-.. 0 the Budget Commit-
he 11 knowledge and
lor u 1: ing <>; the need- ol
ncies both at home and abroad,
bj our annual CJA
ipaign
federation Executive Director
I -thur S. Rosichan announced
at, in his new post, Forman
.ill continue his responsibili-
es fcr budgeting and social
: anning, and also assume re-
ROBIRT FORMAN
sponsibility for internal admin-
istration of the Federation, as
well."
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Miami Federation, the new assist-
ant executive director served tor
five years as planning assistant of
the Jewish Welfare Federation of
San Francisco. He was instru-
mental in conducting a population
survey on behalf of the San Fran-
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to determine needs of the Com-
munity Center and the Jewish
aged.
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Service Institute of Pittsburgh.
Forman holds a Master's degree
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movements, and expressed the
ci nviction thai the Latin Ameri-
can people would recognize the
Nazi anti-Semitic manifestations as
a threat to their own way of life
In other resolutions, the Actions
Committee underscored the grow-
ing assimilation amor- .1 e s
which is "endangering the contin-
uity of the nation's existence" and
stressed the enhancement of Jew-
ish unity as one of the principal
tasks oi the Zionist movement in
the coming period.
The Committee welcomed the de-
cision of the Israel Government
approving the reinterment in Is-
rael <>t the remains ol Vladimir
Jabotinsky, Revisionist leader II
I greeted "with deep appreciation" promise to aecord the Zionist
I tin- joint Israel Government-World movement all possible snppo
Zionist Organization executive dec- Mher resolutions called for inte-i
laration and the reiteration bj tication of Zionist work
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol ol hi eld of education.____________
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Friday. March 27. 1964
Jacob KUk'in
Mr>. Anna Brernnr Meyers \vi
receiv* the Histadrul '"Woman ol
the Year" National Award at the
Third Seder Celebration of the
Creater Miami Business and Pro-
rial Council for Kupat Holim-
llistadi it
To i" held .it the Fontain
Hotel n bun lay e\ ening, Ja :ob
who '' ntly receu e I
Alan ol the Year Award :- hon-
i hairman ol the event.
Selected as Woman of the Year
"in r< cognition of her outstand-
ing participation in all Jewish
and community activities on a
loca' state and national level,"
Mrs. Meyers, an attorney has
received the Outstanding Award
cf the National Conference of
Chris'ians arc! Jews and the
title, "Woman of Valor."
. mbi r ol liif Dade I
. ol Pu I strui Mi -.
first pi ;.
onference <>i Jewish Wom-
- Organizal .- ol Dade and
:"il Counties, and as presi-
drill id the Jewish Family and
nldren's Sen
She was ani"-; the organizers ol
Hit Jewish li i r the Aged. Mt.
sin.n Hospital A txiliary ol Greater
diami and Ml State legisla-
tive chairman ot the Florida Fed-
eration of Busineu and Profession-
al Women's Clubs
A member ol the Board of Gov-
i rnors of the Greater Miami Jew
i-h Federation. Mrs. Meyers cur
u ntly serve-, -j- chairman of the
Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Committee. She
serves a-- chairman of Business
and Professional Kupat Holim
here.
Chairman of the evening will be
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
who also serves as co-chairman of
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Honor Woman of the Year'
the Council Honoroary co-chair-
rren will be Dr. Irving Lehrman
and William Bornstein.
Sam Feinstein, president of
the Israel Histadrut Committee
of Greater Miami, has announc-
ed that Col. Jacob Monbai,
counsel to the permanent mis-
sicn of Israel to t.'ia United Na-
tions, will b.' guest speaker at
the dinner commemorating the
16th anniversary of the State of
Israel.
B rn ni Ru a, Monbaz and his
parents .-eel to G -rmany, where
In' received hi- early education.
and was active in several Zionist
youth organization*
In 1332. tic went t" Palestine,
nd< I the ;ricultural school ol
"Mikve Israel" an shortly after
th Has inah During World
'.' ar II. he served with a Palestine
Artillery unit, ?av action on the
i from and at the end of
the war was senl i<> Germany,
where he became engaged in work
concerning refugees.
He returned to Palestine in 1946.
joined the permanent Cadre of the
Haganah, and in 19J8 was commis-
sioned to form the first artillery
unit of the Israeli Army.
The Seder portion of the eve-
ning will be conducted by the
worlc-renowned singer of Yid-
dish and Hebrew folk songs. Si-
dor Belarsky.
Proceeds will go toward Greater
Miami's commitment in the con-
struction of a Medical Health Cen-
ter at Beershcba, Israel The Ku-
pat Holim Council commitment is
in excess of $200,000. according to
Moshe Berman. executive director
ol the Greater Miami Histadrut
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Friday, March 27, 1964
By: EDWARD COHEN
A Young Man's
Effort Bearing Fruit
Several weeks
ago Martin Fine
circulated among
a lew friends and
interest e M i a ni i a n s
\ Proposal for a Graduate Pro-
gram in Planning Urban Allans
the Universitj of Miami."
That il came on the heels ol
e announcement of the ne
School of Environmental and
Planetary Sciences" at the same
Diversity did not escape the
..otice of those friends.
Martin,'' he called to say.
hen are you going to stop try-
: to bring us down to earth
ound here'.'"
Space Competition
Speaking with the chairman of
Miami's Housing Authority, re
ently elected first vice pres-
ent of the Board of Directors ol
ic National Housing Confei-
:ice. the message is clear that
won't be soon.
"There ma> come a time when
too man) people will be coin-
pel ng for too little space,'' he
says, "A realistic planning pro-
gramhere, on earth, in Great-
er Miamican avert thai dis-
aster.''
lie believes that we musl de-
velop a "commitment toward
the achievement of excellence''
in our physical, social an.I tech-
nological planning. "Mediocrity
is too high a price to pay'' is
the challenging phrase with
which he urges a university de-
partment to train the needed
personnel.
If the phrasing has the sound
of an elder statesman, it may be
the circumstance that, at 36,
Fine's accomplishments in pub-
lic lifecivic and Jewishand
his successful career as an at-
torney are often associated with
men of greater age. His inter-
est in the Jewish Home for the
Aged, his leadership role on a
state and national level in the
problems of the aginghe was
ONE OFFICIAL KILLED
Fracas Interrupts Sailing
Of Herzl from Brazil
,l() DF. JANEIROiJTAiPo-
authorities here continued to
estigate details surrounding an
(it aboard an Israeli vessel,
ss Theodor Her/!, which re-
li d in the death ol a Brazilian
il servant and the wounding of
ither man I lie incident took
ace as the ship, carrying 570
persons, including 6t> Jewish cmi-
ants from this country going to
Israel tor permanent settlement.
. about to leave this port.
.'. inle the police have not >i't
-closed the details, it was learn
authoritatively thai 10 or 12
1 azilian civil servants boarded
\' vessel jusl as it was about to
I, stating that they had received
Eshkol Will
See Johnson
Start of June
Continued from Page 1-A
will be helping with arrange-
ments for Prime Minister Esh-
kol's visit to the United States.
in Israel an official communl-
1 1 said: Prime Minister Eshkol
. il be happy to have the oppor-
tunity of meeting President John-
son and exchanging views on sub
jccti of joint interest to the two
< ountries. During the visit, the
me Minister looks forward to
eting again with leaders of the
lerican Jewish community and
ler friends in the United states "
report- that some of the sailors in-
tended to smuggle gold from this
country The Brazilian officials in-
sisted on searching the crew's
quarters. They found no gold but
did find a few small articles, like
American cigarettes, a couple ol
transistor radio.-, and ~ome eye-
glasses which members of the
crew had bought here as gifts to
relatives and friends.
When the officials tried to con
fiscate these trinkets without issu-
ing a receipt, a light broke out be-'
tween the Brazilians and the sail-
ors. At that point, it was learned,
some of the Brazilian- went ashore'
and came Lack with machine nuns.
In the ensuing fracas, one of the
guns was tired. One member of the
boarding party was killed. The
wounded man bad acted as an in
terpreter
Police Officials here have said
they do not put credence 111 this
version of the incident, suspecting
that the search of the ship result-'
ed from a provocation. The ship
departed safely for Haifa, but the
investigation is still proceeding. I
MARTIN FINE
welfare interests
vice chairman of the Governor's
Committee, active in the White
House Conference, a member of
the Board of the National Coun-
cil on Aging, and has given vital
testimony before Senate and
House Committeeshave helped
shape this image.
Doing His Best
The identification with the
aged is quite accidental and not
subject to particular psychologi-
cal scrutiny. "About eight years
ago. Federation distributed some
of us in the Young Men's Di-
vi-1011 among the various agency
boards. I was distributed to the
Home for the Aged.'' is his an-
swer. Typically, however and
it was no accident of distribu-
tion that he was named the Fed-
eration's Outstanding Young
Manonce he got the job. it be-
came a matter of pride to do
the best.
This undoubtedly will be illus-
trated with the completion of the
Miami Public Housing project
tor the elderly on NVV 7th St.,
next year. Already it is being
hailed by Federal authorities "as
the most unique housing program
in concept, combining excellent
physical and social components."
illustrating the concern which
Fine expresses for the need to
provide more than good building
in public housing.
It is this concern with the
over all picture that has led him
to a positive position on the is-
sue of urban planning, "I have
learned that no one is well-
housed unless everyone is at
least adequately housed, but that
is only part of our urban leg-
acj
Objective Institution
Referring to the latest issue of
the Annals of the American
Academy of Political and Social
Science. Fine cites the difficulty
encountered in urban planning
all over the nation because of
the many, and diverse, political
units involved. "To me. the
University (of .Miami) is the only
objective institution in the com
munity which can help examine
the totality ot urban problems
and plan for the future
This flows. 111 part, from his
rejection of active oti ice seeking
on the grounds that "I think I
can do more as a private citizen
than in public office.'' And. al-
though he was not listed among
the 102 "king makers in a re-
cent Miami Herald article on the
state's political empire, there are
many in Miami and throughout
the State who believe that Martin
Fine is one of the men who must
be seen and consulted in any
campaign.
The elderly and long-range
community planning are not his
only interests, by a long shot.
He is chairman of Temple Is-
rael's Religious School Commit-
tee, on the Board of Jewish Fam-
ily and Children's Service. Chil-
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Spiritual Roots
A native of Philadelphia, a
graduate of Temple University
and the University of Miami
Law Schoolwhere he met his
wife, the former Pat Poison of
New OrleansFine has little
doubt in his mind that his in-
terest in the welfare of people
and the community stems from
his Jewish heritage, not from a
course in "tzedaka." but from
the kind of reading he will do to
night from the Union Haggadah
when he is host to some 40 mem
bers of his famih and friends
at the traditional Seder in his
home.
'In every generation, each
Jew should regard himself as
though he too were brought out
of Egypt while enjoying the
liberty of this land, let us strive
to make secure also our spiritual
freedom that, as the delivered,
we may become the debverer,
carrying out Israel's historic task
of being the messenger oi reli
gion unto all mankind."
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iay, March 27, 1964
t'Jenisfi Moridtiain
1 Regrets Division of Funds for Mideast Arms
Page 11=.
WASHINGTON ol State Dean Ru>k told Con-
Its that the United Stales will
Itinue in its efforts to attain a
thine-.! ol disputes between Is-
and the Arabs and expressed
regret over the continued di-
f.-ion of funds to armaments in
Mid lie East.
llr Rusk appeared before the
lazis Forced
fws to Sing
\s They Died
Continued from Page I A
Iteiue tor complicity in the
uder of Hungarian Jews.
In .May 2.".. Dr. Cieilf said, two
Ire ex-Auschwitz officers will go
trial one. Wilhclm Burger,
lie charged with having pro-
ed the ZjclonB gas used in the
Icenau jjas chambers for killing
The second, Josef Erber, ha>
^n indicted tor having selected
Son, is for the Birkenau eham-
addition. Dr. Greiff declared,
batches Oi 10 SS officers each
lace separate trials lor killing
Parian Jew- at Auschwitz. Still
fr. former Nazi police officers
had killed many thousands of
> in Pinsk, in 1942, will lace
^ther count.
t Cologne, Werner Schnonc-
Inn. 52, a former SS officer, went
trial on charges of responsibil-
in the .shooting of at least 3.197
Hfcish men. women and children,
Jwell as Soviet war prisoners, in
and and Byelorussia, in 1941.
also faced a second charge of
(sting in the shoooting of an-
er 800 Jews.
House Foreign Affairs Committee
'" Present the Administrations
foreign aid pro-ram lor fiscal year
"hich begins July i of this
year, la ins review i What he de
scribed as -key problem areas
V,"'IV S. aid i, ;l factor." the
Secretary of state also discussed
the Arab-Israel relations
"The U. S. has continued to
provide assistance to Israel and
to a number of the Arab states,''
the Secretary said. "These na-
tions have a history of conflict
and animosity. The U. S. will
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of the disputes between Israel
and her neighbors and for a gen-
eral settlement in the Near East.
There are resources and poten-
tial in the area sufficient to pro-
vide all peoples with a better
standard cf livirg. Resources
which are diverted from the job
of providing economic growth
and are used to build armaments
are a regrettable waste.
"Lasl year the Congress enacted
a subsection < 11 of section G2o of
'in v. i-iance Aet. prohibiting as-
sistance lo any country which the
President determines i- engaging
or preparing lor aggression. The
activities of all recipient countries
including those in the Middle
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bal examination by this country
luii no determination has been
male under the provisions enacted
lasl year. I can assure you that
careful study is being yiven in
every instance to determine the
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When I he above amendment was
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Friday. March 27. 1^ .j
A^edcr to JL^aunch passover fr/am

nj
Continued from Page 2-A
Conservative. Raobi Harold Ricliter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
i H; Hi .1 in I .-ii.-i if Hi. I i -i -
birn. B:l"i p.in I'hhhovh rU-rvlce. 7
i r i -i > .i. Sitlui'tln.i y
Ri pn "I '-::>' dinn "I" ili. Night."
fc p.m. .M.ii.h.i Kundit) K:3 ii.m
ft I 111. u "t... I- S> ll|l''i>."
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
I ...::n p.m. I-', -lix ;il .-I l-'r. -
dun shi i.-il i. Saturday s:3fl u
rVi im Vr VVc l'r.,-" R\ rnliig
I .1 ",.\ ,i ki i \ I.. i. :|u p.m. >un-i .
v:: ii.iu
Ixh Llfi .
S-: II..... "S> mlMil
.Mili.-li.i ii:l.'. p.nu<
>r i..
=LAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Ki-lilny *'. p.m. Hi>l St-dir N*cht.
- i iIh> 9 .i.in. ("vi'inon: "I-"'. tin ii."
.;:l". p.m. Kwnl -- Si pi cei*. > n 1.1
:' n mi. s. rmun! "Finn1 Snm<
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. '801
E. Andrews ave. Refor.11. Rabbi
Ricn^ro M. Leviton.
SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Slimaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
KYM
:. ill.
K11M
if 111.
I
-I -
Passover Reminds Us Of
Responsibility as Parents
By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
The Hebrew Academy
One of the most dramatic ex-
periences in Jewish living is the
Seder on Passover eve. The
Jewish family is depicted in its
full glory as father, mother and
children sit at the table recall-
ing the rich and colorful history
<>i our people.
The basic purpose of the Seder
table and the theme of the Pass-
over season are to assign the
proper role and position of each
member of the Jewish house-
hold. "Thou Shalt Tell Your
Son." is a commandment given
not only to our fathers as they
stood at alt. Sinai, but it is an
eternal message for all lathers
in all generations.
And if our history has such
unbroken continuity, a golden
strand woven thoughout the
ages, it is because father told
child so that he. in turn, could
tell his child.
Educators today are appalled
Bl the abdication ot the parental
role and the "child worship" at-
titude so prevalent in our con-
temporary life. When we ob-
serve the tragic results of the
di-mal failure of parents to as-
sert themselves, we realize the
divine wisdom and the profound
Jit of our Torah.
Thou Shalt Tell Thy Son."
the Torah commands. This is
tin rightful duty and sacred ob-
tion ol a parentto tell, to
direct and to guide. And woe to
the family whose children tell
and control their parentshow
' -irophic when the role- are
reversed!
This, unfortunately, is what
we witness today. Our society
1- retelling against the rigid
authoritarian -lather knows
best," and as a result the pen-
dulum has swing to the extreme.
l..irn. Ei. niiin >i::t" p. 111. SalurJa>
v::o :i in Xt-rnRin Th itrmtrin-m
..r Unit ThiiutH." BwiiIur ii::w m m.
sun.i;i\ s:3i> a.m. rVrmon: "The Suiig
..f the North Wind."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehi field.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
i'liilay T::'.i a.Ul. Six 11111 ll-il'-ii- llll.
ti:l.' p.m. I'ltnarosation Si-.1.t. >nl-
ui-iliiy ft:30 ...in. Kerniiui: 1 -. Wv
llavv l-"r.....loin Today?" 0:ju p.m.
Sec.....1 Congregation Knler. Sunday
v.!" a.m. Sermon: "Mil, rt- uru 1 hi-
i* our Suns ""
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineai Weber-
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wild.
|.'riil;i\ li p.m. hntui*da> :j i.m : 1-
111011 "I'i -in li. 1 li. s> mini) .f 1 1 -
.loin.'' HatUI'day p.m. < '..imr.-^il-
lion Seilei 7:30 p.m. Sundn) n.m.
S.-rin.-li: "'K.v.ll'.'- anil IngH I h. : .iiu
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
nuas.
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 102S
NE I83id St.. Miami Gardens rd. <
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi
Maurice Neu.
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaat
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Cooviser.
Saturday I a.m. and 7 p.m. i-'i-.-i
|i n( I'Huover. '< t Kreaattwa 8eiltr,
Sir.day a.m. M*1 Club Service*
---------1 ----------
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative, Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickon.
l-'ii.iav B:lj.,lkHI. FiiMpxtT -"I'UJJ'r *W:;ui -,.- : ; ,lav It: r.-|. m.
ulloucil 1.1 Congregation >.-!.' ~> s.rmoii: "Wl ......ml .-s.-.l. r
1 ..in. Katui'da.1 IU14S a.m Han Mils-
vnh; Violet, ilnughu-r ( Mr unit
,\i 1 .i..m \. turn
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38.
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabb.
Nathan H. Zwitman. Canto' Alex-
ander Cohen.
Fi Ida) ^t:;11 1 .. Mernii Thi
Urentnewii : Th k SuMihiIi Satin -
das '.::'." p.m. liar M ita> Hh: r. n-r.
>..ii nf Mr. and Mr*. Murno i i
l helm.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N \A
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
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TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrmai- Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday Mlni-ha '. p.m. I >i and > -
..nil l*ai>Mivi I'liiiQi'i-uatinii s-.1-i I'i -
da.i and Saturda> 7 p.m., in i'i.- I-" >-
lain, lil< ..ii II,hi '.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Retorm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Eornstein.
I-* i, I; I > >i p.m. I- ": .-\.-i m li-l'H fill-
:..w. .1 hj i "nne ^'.i lim Si-il. s.ti -
ui .la v I 1 a.Ul. I*ass..\. r .. i.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards
Friday c in, Sitl urdai < -.a n
p.m. ''' -
lllj v; I". a i
Viillr lili i r .
.- i. S.-iier. sun -
- 'I Co i '..Hill.
TEMPLE ZICn, .-..0 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. Cantor Leo Lr. ch.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 H. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
I ... i:, p.11" ^-ati.-n s. ii, i
:.r. p.m. Sal ... a.m. and i':"
t'onnri B.der 7.1.'. p.m.
.-.-ii-l i> in a i .
YOUNG ISRA^^.
Orthodox. Habo
'
- lax. !' a
Fr.
'..in.''
'. a in.
MV NE 171 it
"'rwin Stanbcr.
- m.. i: "1 I
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JEWISH CEREMONIAL
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ANTIQUES LSO TORAH S
Must be st. r mmediately.
For .^ri t ntment call
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nun: "I'-.iu >i... nf
Four Tj pen i.i r. ..;-! '*
p.m. Sundai s IS a in,
all.I
. ;:::
"Counting Mom-j ami Spending l.ix.
\ liisi.ii lion o| Valui-H." t'onitrcga-
lion Sedi-rn on Frl.laj and s'aturda.i
T:::i. p.m. in lllr < 'haiii i;-.>. .....in
Melllol lal Hal
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
1'iiila.x 8 p. in. Saturday ll:lo a.m.
la.--.x.i -. i x ., I'nllKI'egatlnn S.il. i-
ii p.m.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th s
^. I". a.m. Conservative. Rahbi Mayer Abram
I-1-. i-,|,.iii owita. Cantor Edward Klein.
Bvviiliiii Fi i.i.ix 0 |i in. s iturdai s:i: n in
''l"..... s.iin-.n: "l-".i. .- r Faith Savin
Fwnina fi :- in s'undn. s:l."i n.m i
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TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th st. ant
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugeno Laboviti
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
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liis ii p.m. Saturda) SMS am s. i-
.....n: "Hi i..... from our lliviliivn I -
ii nd ili, ii.ai iui-lnln." Kvenlns ;.i
>' p.m. sun lax h:i". a.m. St-i
"I'i. ..I..in Mi-ana S. rvltude i.. ii..-i
RABBI AltXANDEK GROSS
fateful responsibility
where "child knows best." But
how well we know the dangers
and tragic effects of either ol
these approaches to family lite!
The wise sages who instituted
the Seder table clearly defined
the proper relationship between
parent and child. Problems
should be discussedideas should
he expressed and traditions
transmitted at the family table,
where, though Father is king
and .Mother is queen, the spot-
light is focused upon the glow-
ing and respectful lace- ol the
prince and princessthe Jewish
children.
As we sit at tne Seder table
and relate the inspiring experi-
ences of years past, iet us once
again assume our rightful posi-
tions as Jewish parents. Let us
tell our children of the heritage
that is theirs and of the sacred
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
*D'. '35'l s J4 Reform TEMPLE CP OLOM. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 8755 SW lCth St. Miami. aahb
Krlday S.-Stl p.m. I'as>..\.-r V. >|.. i- Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin
s.ixi.,-. |,, ronareaal..... s.-.u-r Satimlax SMS ii.ni. Ila
ai HullywiKHl ll...... ii.,l. Satuida.x n.,xi-:. ,.,, ,., Mi H.|
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TEMPLE BETH SH-RAH. 750O SW h''~'"
120 thSt Reconstructionnt. Rabbi']','"
Moins Skop. Cantor Herman Gott
lieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
Rockwell's Talk
Foments Anger
In Minnesota
Continued from Page 1-A
ican Jewish World, identifying
themselves as members of Huiei,
said they disagreed with Rab^i
fVlilgrom.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI-
1?1PO NE 15th ave. Reform. Rac
bi Daniel M. Lowy Cantor Chei
Gale.
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Fiammgn Way. Conttrvati.-e. Ram,
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AJCongress Will Hold National Biennial;
Kane to Deliver Major Address Here
Irving Kane, of Cleveland, one
oi the country's outstanding Jew-
ish communal leaders, has been
appointed chairman of the nation-
al biennial convention of the
American Jewish Congress to be
held in Miami Beach from Apr. 14
to 19. H has been announced this
week by Dr. Joachim Prlnz, pres-
ide nt.
Kane will deliver a major ad-
:- and preside at the five daj
meeting in the Carillon Hotel, to
be attended bj some 600 delegates
from all sections of the country.
A former president of both the
Council of Jewish Federations
anc Welfare Funds and the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, Kane was award-
ed the honorary degree of Doctor
Samuel L. Scheiner. executive
director ol tile Jewish Community
Relations Council of Minnesota.1
declaring he believed that some
members of his own board ol di-
rectors maj disagree with hitn. ex-
responsibility that they, in turn,! pressed his "regret" over the in-
must pass on to coming genera- vitation to Rockwell. He charged
,ions- that six Jewish members ot the
Young Democratic Farmer-Labor
'arty on the campus had backed
the Rockwell invitation.
The American Jewish World no-
ted editorially that "thousands
paid this unspeakable pariah their
tribute of personal attention." The
newspaper suggested Hint the time
may have come when a national
association m universities "lorm-
ulate criteria tor appropriate and
useful ntilizi tion ol tin- college
Con"
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FIRST DAY OF PASSOVER
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and international level. Kane has
served as president of the Jew-
ish Community Council of Cleve-
land; associate national chairman,
American Jewish Tercentenary;
trustee, Brandeis University and
the Union Of American lli-im .-.
Congregations; and as a mi
oi the national campaign cabinet
ol the United Jewish Appeal.
A veteran leader Oi the Amen
can Jewish I ongress, he served as
.1 national vice president oi the
organization, 195840, and is a
mi mber of the National Govern-
ing Council.
Chapters and divisions from
throughout the country will be
represented at the AJC bit
convention. Delegates will plan
(he organization's program during
the next two-year period in Jew-
ish cultural affairs, in exti
democratic freedoms and protect-
ing thi' rights Of Jews at home
abroad. Officers for 1964-66
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action Division and Real Estate and Al- man. E. Albert Pallot. current chairman. Im-
pedes Group announces an 18 percent rich Eichenbaum. Neil Schiff and Bernard
"fce over last year on behalf of the 1964 Selevan. Speakers included Sidney Lefcourt.
feed Jewish Appeal. Meeting at the president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
apna. House are (left to right) Arthur Ep- eration. and Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1964 CJA
Bin. Duvid B. Fleeman. past division chair- chairman.
etry Contest Announced By Bay Harbor Man
United Party in Natal, protested
vigorously ayainst the Jewbaiting,
pointing out that not one of the
senior members of the Nationalist
Party had risen to defend other'
members from columny. This was.
the second time in two weeks that
Mitchell had voiced such a protest.
The Guardian stated that the
Nationalist tendency to deride the
Jewish members with anti-Semitic
jibes has increased "markedly" in
the last two weeks. Two weeks
ago. Mr. Gorshel. after a heated
argument with Nationalists, was
ordered out of the chamber while
Nationalists yelled "go back to
Israel." The Nationalists in the
House have repeatedly accused
the Jewish population here of "de-
voting themselves to undermining
the country."
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Festival < (iivaU': Miami.
He 4_J' Ian Davidson, id iiL'ihi
W. Ba^fci. :-bor Dr. I'.a> Harbor
Islands.
Davids* will b,- (>t"term si'.,
first prize- lor poom- in vai-h ol
three clas- mjihhi-. j. well as an
Honorable dent ion
Sponsor of the festival is Vi*
!Laramore Rader Poetry Group
and Vivian Laramore Rader, its
foundar.
families Receive Assistance
NEW YORK(\VNS>The Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Wei-1
fare Funds, in it* 1963 Yearbook'
of Jewish Social Services, discloses
that an average of 2.000 American
Canadian families received fi-
lial aid each month in 1962
Jev>.-h family service agen-
is.
Illil tj
fif
Preliminary indues were
week named as Harriet Gray
' Blackwell. Phyllis M. Flaig, Lil-
lian Grant, Hannah Kahn, Ruby
Fogel Levkoff. Alice Boyd Stock
dale and Stella Weston Tuttle.
The three classifications are di
high school and parochial school
students ol Greater Miami; (2)
college students ot Greater Miami.
and 131 la> men or interested per-
sons residing in the area
Final judges will be Joseph
Auslander, nationally-known poet
and critic, and Mrs. Rader,
poet laureate of the State of
Florida.
Poems must be original, in any
torm and of any length up to 32
lines on any subject. Two copies,
typed double space, one signed by
Lite author together with his ad-
dress, should be mailed by Apr.
23. which is regarded as the 400th
anniversary of the birth of Wil-
liam Shapespeare.
Entries should be addressed di-
rectly to Davidson at his home.
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ADL in Citation
To Standford;
Business Session
Florida Regional Hoard of the
;i Defamation League of B'nai
! i ith presented its annual Leon-
Mil L. Abess Human Relations
Award to Dr. Henry King Stan-
ford, president of the University of
.Miami, on Sunda> at the Ever-
glades Hotel.
Dr. Stanford received the
League's Southeastern Region
award in October. I960, when he
w a s president o f Birmingham
Southern College. This marks the
first time in the history of B'nai
iih that any one individual has
i n -o honored twice.
In accepting the award, both
"for himself and professors who
have expressed their opinions at
the risks of their employment
and social ostracism," Dr. Stan-
ford noted the responsibility of
administrators and students to-
ward the perpetuation of the in-
tegrity of a university "as a
forum for free inquiry."
,mong dignitaries present v re
yor Robert King High, I S
p. Claude Pepper and State Sen
Fia. ADL Announces Barney Gorenstein
As New Assistant Director Here
The Anti-Defamation League ol
B'nai B'rith this week announced
tl,<> appointment of a new assist
ant director in Miami.
lie is llarney Gorenstein. who
comes here from the national AIM.
Oliice in New York, where he was
a promotion coordinator.
Prior to that post. Gorenstein
served in the fund-raising depart-
ment of the Anti-Detamation
League,
The new assistant director is a
graduate of New York Universi-
tv in television production and
direction.
Before joining the Anti-Defama
tion League, he was a member of
the staff of the Federation ol Jew-
ish Philanthropies in New York.
For a while, he and his family
lived in Winnipeg, Canada, where
he was affiliated with the Depart-
ment of Indian Affairs
Gorenstein has published in both
F.squire and McLeans Magazines.
Friday, March 27, 1964
the latter one of Canada's leading
publications. \
He and his wife. Marcia, have
three children: Gary 10. Carey -
and Sari z. They live in North
Miami Beach
Ad Agency Cited Again
For the second consecutive
year, the Addy Award tor the
best full-color brochure produced
locally hat. been awarded to E. J
Scheaffer and Associates Adver
lising Agency. The Addy Awards
presented annually by the Adver
tising Club of Greater Miami
salute outstanding advertising
achievement
BARMY GORtNSTtIN
\V. C. ('lilt' Herrall. including
more than 350 B'nai B'rith constit-
uents ami friends.
Prior to the luncheon, the annual
board meeting and business ses-
sions was held, and the new slate
oi officers for 1964 was presented.
The session featured discussion of
the cross erected on the Hade
Countj Courthouse during the holi-j
day seasons
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Hadassah JFK Memorial
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Mrs. Epstein Late April JeWlSll Floridlail
Mir.r i Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah is sponsoring a tribute lunch-
eon lo; the John Fitzgerald Ken
ncdy Memorial Building of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center in Ein Karem, Israel.
Chi irtd bv Mrs. Ellis Amdiir.
the event is scheduled for Mon-
day. Apr. 27. at the Doral Beach
Hole!. Hadassah members and
friend* wiD be given an opportun-
ity to 'ave their names inscribed
in th( Memorial Building to dem-
m *1
MS. MOSES fPSTfIN
onstrate their belief "in the ideals
j and aspirations of our late, great
! President."
Mrs. Nat Barth. president. Mi-
! ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah,
i will introduce the principal speak-
er or the afternoon. Mrs. Moses
P. Enstein. ot the national Hadas-
sah office.
I frogram will also include ex-
| eerpts from the 'Three Penny
Opera" with members of the ori-
; ginal cast.
| Mrs. Epstein, frequently de-
scribed as "'a dynamic leader of
her people." is at present serv-
ing as national wills and bequest
Chairman of Hadassah.
Former editor of the Hadassah
"Newsletter" and member of the
World Zionist Actions no*nn!*t
Mrs, Epstein was national chair-
man 01 Hada&ah's convention
held in Denver In 1961. and again
In 1C62 when the convention was
held in Pittsburgh, Pa.
She has been in Israel 21 times,
her latest vis't in 196'J. when she
served as chairman ol dedication
ceremonies of the "Mother and
Child Pavilion."
A past national president of
Hadassah. during her more than
three decades of public service.
Mrs. Epstein lias traveled to vir-
tually every Jewish community in
this country, and has attended
every important Zionist meeting
in the United States and abroad.
Miami. Florida. Friday, March 27, 1964
Sec'ion B
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El honored its
past president at an anniversary luncheon
last week. Left to right are Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
Mrs. Milton Smith, Mrs. George Goldberg,
Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs.
... u i j n
bv ISABEL GROVE
t; lyn and David Hess enter
taintc at cocktails and dinner
la.-t Saturday night at their
home 2190 S\V 10th St. Hon-
ored guests were Carolyn's sis-
ter ; ..I brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Irvln Loth, and Mana Zucca
and .".'.isband Irwin Cassel .
Otht: guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Katl and Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Gulden of Hollywood .
Later the Hessea took their
guerti to hear the Pittsburgh
Symphony Orchestra, and still
later, to a reception where they
met William Steinberg, conduc-
tor c:" the orchestra, and Michael
Bloc piano soloist.
A oliday visit from their two
debieen granddaughters for the
Samuel A. Rivkinds of the King
Cole Apartments ... A student
at Endicott Junior College, Bev-
erly. Mass.. Sheila Ruth Stein-
her- is 19, and sister Lynda El
len. about to enter George Wash
ington University in Washington.
D. C. a year younger Added
treat lor the daughters of the
Morris Steinbergs, Harrison. N.
Y., week's cruise to Nassau
The Rivkinds recently celebrated
their 44th wedding anniversary.
Making their first trip to the
Bahamas, Fanny and Philip Sie-
ge) will celebrate five years of
wedded bliss there next week
. Joining them to make the
occasion even more memorable,
devoted friends Mr. and Mrs.
Continued on Page 9-B
r
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Model Seder table is prepar-
ed by the mother-and-daughter team oi Mrs^ Erna bennee
and Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein (center). Mrs. Leo.Levin
(left) is Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Leon Unger (rianti was
chairman of the day. Another ieature oi the meeting last
week was a table decorations demonstration given by Mrs.
Solomon B. Goldman and a reading of Jewish humoi present-
ed by Mrs. Mathew Commanday, both Sisterhood jnemDer^
E. Allen Becker, Mrs. Jack J. Falk, Mrs. Harry
G. Rogers, Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mrs. Isadore
Newman, and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, current
Sisterhood president.
PASSOVER GREETINGS may the spirit
of the occasion bring peace and freedom
to all peoples everywhere.
unMiin* fMhiona
BURDI 1ST


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JeisHnhricfiar
Friday. March 27.
1964
PaSSOVer Service Committee Members listed
At Mount Sinai
Mt Sinai Hospital tr* offer an
abbreviated Passover service for
ambulatory patients on Friday uf
ternoon preceding the formal be-
ginning ot the Passover Holidays.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
Temple Menorah. will conduct the
services in the hospital cafeteria.
All patients who wish to attend.
having received permission from
heir doctors, will be escorted by
volunteers of Mt. Sinai.
Members of the hospital staff
tree to attend will also be invited.
According to Samuel Gertner,
ixecutive director, tables will be
et with the traditional Passover
md matzoh, wine and cake.
At a reception honoring Founders of Technion,
Israel Institute of Technology, at the home of
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Left to right are Leo
Rutstein, Southern Regional director for Tech-
nion. Mrs. Grossinger, presenting the plague
:o Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Trachtenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Friedman, and Mrs. Louis Glasser, president
of the South Dade Chapter. Technion is the
largest engineering college in the Middle East
and trains scientists and technologists from all
lands.
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International star Chayele Gro
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ill be presented in a concert ot
liddish and Hebrew drama on
Wednesday. 8 30 p.m.. at the Bel-
aire Hotel
Aids Yaslow. pianist, will be
at, ompanist.
Recently returned from a Can-
adian tour. Mi.-- Grober. author.
television and recording artist,
will appcr locally under the man-
, zemenl ol Ruth Brotman.
Members of Temple Zamor,
Journal Committee include Arthur
Deutsch. president of the Temple
Morris MoekowitZ, treasurer. David
Kivel and Abraham Goldstone. The
14th year of the journal program
the event will be climaxed at the
Temple's annual banquet in Mav
Women Attorneys
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Lesal auestions of interest to
senior citizens will be discussed
at a public forum on Monday. 8
p.m.. in the Ocean Fro"t Auditor
mm. 10th St. and Ocean Dr.
Sponsored by the Florida Astoria.
tion of Women Lawyers as a pur>
lie service nr^en'a^on. there will
be no admission char.'
Anna Brenner Meyers will act
as moderator, and question- trcm
the floor will follow brief talks
outlining the law.
Speakers will incluge Judge Mai
tie Belle Davis. "Traffi< Safety:"
Edith Held Cooper. "Property
Rights:" Jo Dunn Dolai Will's
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Procedures tor Mental and Phy-
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Friday, March 27. 1964
vJewlst UTr.rSclimr)
Paqe 3-3
T Making Preparations For
Summer Scholarship Program
m Irwin Christie and Martin White
have been appointed co-chairmen
of the Miami YMHA's Annual
Scholarship Night, it was an-
nounced by Hersehel Rosenthal,
president of the branch.
Held annually to raise funds to
provide scholarships for needy
children to attend summer camp,
the affair is slated for Apr. 18,
8:30 p.m., in the Everglades Hotel.
Serving on th? eonmattea -arc
Marvin Gillman. George A. Simon
Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, Mrs. Sid
Nabutovsky, Arthur Stein. Mrs.
Hersehel Rosenthal. Stanley Spiel-
er, Mrs. Stanley Spieler, Max
Waas, Dr. Jack Amazon, Dr. Mar -
tin Rosenthal, Sam Gordon. Mr-
Sam Gordon, Louis Wechslcr.
In charge of reservations i-
Mrs. Hersehel Rosenthal.
Getting ready for the annual Scholarship Night
Saturday, Apr. 18, is 'he Planning Committee
for this annual fun and games event sponsor-
ed by the Miami YMHA. Seated (left to right)
are Marvin Gillman, Irwin Christie, co-chair-
man, and Dr. Jack Amazon. Standing (left to
right) are Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, Maxwell
Waas, Mrs. Hersehel Rosenthal, and Dr. and
Mrs. Martin Rosenthal. Not shown is Mar-
tin Whi'e, co-chairman.
Standard Brands Offers Haggadah
A 44-page booklet entitled "Hag-
gadah for the American Family" ;
is being distributed without charge
by Standard Brands, Inc., to as-1
sist Jewish families in the observ-i
ance of Passover from sundown |
Mar. 28 through Apr. 4. This year, |
Planters Peanut Oil has joined the
four Standard Brands' beverages, I
Regular Chase & Sanborn Coffee, I
Instant Chase & Sanborn Coffee,
Tender Leaf Tea and Instant Ten-
der Leaf Tea, which have made the '
booklet available in the past.
Jewish families gather around
traditionally-set tables on the first
two nights of the holiday to par-
ticipate in elaborate and ceremon-
ial feasts known as the First Seder
and Second Seder.
The edition of the Haggadah
made available by Standard
Brands, Inc., contains English
translations, as well as the He-
brew text for the Seder service. It
also includes a detailed descrip-
tion of the symbolic foods which '
are a part of the ceremony.
While the supply lasts, the book-
let, "Haggadah tor the American
Family," is available without!
charge at grocery stores and su-:
permarkets that carry Chase &,
Sanborn Conees, Tender Leaf Teas
and Planters Peanut Oil. If the I
booklet is not in evidence at your
(tore or supermarket, just ask the j
grocer or store manager to request
it for you.S.T.
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+Jeist fhrkttan
Friday. March 27, 1964
CAME TO LIFE
'Chai Luncheon'
Set for Apr. 7
At the Eden Roc
The traditional Women's Divi-
sion Sl8-miniimum Chai Luncheon
on behalf of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal will take place at the Eden
Roc Hotel on Tuesay. Apr. 7, it
was announced by Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, chairman.
The dual meaning of the word
'Chai' signifying both $18 and life,
illustrates not only the import-
ance of Combined Jewish Appeal
but the ways in which our lunch-
eon will help the people around
the corner and around the world,"
she said.
"Our theme is 'Come to Life and
Wake Up and Live,' and I invite
everyone to join us in support of
the campaign on Apr. 7," Mrs.
Lehman added.
Daniel Neal Heller, a leader in
the Combined Jewish Appeal drive,
anl national commander of th.
Jewish War Veterans, will be
luncheon speaker. A participan
in the first Young Leadershii
Mission to Israel sponsored by th.
United Jewish Appeal in 1961, h.
has served as Florida State chaii
man of the National Young Lead-
ership Campaign Cabinet of tli.
I .'A
Heller will relate his impres
B, made when he was a gues
Bi the Eichmann trial, and also as
a leader of the Jewish War Vet-
erans.
A Committee of Cooordinator
repre.-enting the leading Jewish
women's organizations in the com
munity is planing the participation
ol their membership in the Chai
Luncheon on behalf of CJA.
An outstanding program is plan-
ned, and entertainment will put a
final touch on the event on be-
half of the Women's Division CJA
Drive.
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Enjoying the view from the Regency rool are Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, chairman of the Women's Division Chai Luncheon,
and Hrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, hostess for a meeting of the
Luncheon Committee. The luncheon for contributions to the
Women's Division of S18 and over will take place at the Eden
Roc Hotel on Tuesday, Apr. 7.
ORT Mobilizes For CJAppeal
Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman of peal, and at the same time in-
Oreanization Boards for the Worn-1 creased knowledge of the work of
ens Division of Combined Jew- the 57 agencies of CJA both at
ish Appeal, held a meeting at her home and abroad."
home last week. 3168 Pairie Ave., I ^djJsi.M/s. Glasser: "On Apr.
for ORT Regional" atRT' B6aTn*i"7 the Women's Division v ill hold
members. j its $18 minimum Chai Luncheon
Mrs Herman Howard, chairman the Eden Roc Hotel, and among
for ORI's Combined Jewish Ap-, the leading participants *H] be
peal drive, has given this project members of these organisations
her utmost cooperation," accord-1 and their boards,
ing to Mrs. Glasser. I---------------------------------------------_
Mrs. Glasser said that "the'
start made by ORT gives promise
for an outstanding project, bring-
ing additional participation in
support of Combined Jewish Ap-
Decorations and Reservations Committee for the Combined
Jewish Appeal Women's Division Chai luncheon, whose
theme is "Wake Up and Live," are (left to right) Mrs. Larry
Friedland, Mrs. Bernard Abel, Mrs. Sam Wiesen and Mrs.
Maxwell Hyman. The function will be Apr. 7 at the Eden Roc
Hotel.
Beach PTA
Election Meeting
Set for Apr. 7
PTA of Miami Beach Senior
High School invites all members
to attend the annual open election
meeting on Tuesday. Apr. 7, in the
school auditorium at 8 p.m.
Nominating committee will sub-
mit the following slate of officers
for 1964-65. and elections will fol-
low :
President, Mrs. Lillian Eisen-
berg; president elect. Mrs. Theo-
dore Kipnis; vice presidents, Mrs.
iahag Giritlian,-Mrs. M ll Rosen-
house, Mrs. William Lee, Mrs
Louis Gidney; treasurers, Mrs
Harrj Sley, Mrs. Larrj Friedland;
secretaries, Mr-. Theodore struhl.
Mrs. Harold Zinn.
Highlighting the program will
be ;i student fashion show pre-,
sented hy Miss Anna Blattner,
home economics teacher, a student
project exhibit in art and indus-
trial art, and selections by the
school orchestra under the Super
vision of Warren Signor,
Refreshments will be served in
the school cafeteria. Mrs. Harry
M. Kaplan, president of the PTA.
will conduct the meeting.
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Friday, March 27, 1964
-Jewis*fhridton
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GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS .
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f Jkn<#<#y ftnrktiktn
Friday. March 27, 1964
\Y
Smiling happily are (left to right) Mrs. Hilda Lazarus, Mrs.
Max Rosing and Mrs. Herman Goodman as they check the
capacity crowd attending the Beth David Sisterhood benefit
:heater party at Coconut Grove Playhouse last Sunday even-
ing. Mrs. Louis SePlin, president of Sisterhood, announced
.hat the benefit was a "complete success."
Clinic School Subject of Mag
A seven-page article in the April
fesue of Pageant Magazine has i<>-
i ised national attention on the
< pti Mrs. Club of .Miami Beach
scholarship program for emotion-
. Ij disturbed children.
The .-lory, devoted to the Mont-
I iari Clinical School in Hialeah,
: ighlights the club's activities and
I he role they have played in the
care and rehabilitation of many
disturbed children in the Dade,
county area. The group presently!
maintains scholarships for 23'
youngsters, I
Mrs. Murray Sonnett. club presi-1
int. reports that "fan mail" is I
. iready pouring in to Monty" and'
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also recently completed an edu-
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tionally-disturbed children which
will be available to service and
civic organizations, as well as
PTA's upon request.
Information regarding the film
may be obtained by calling Mrs.
Seymour Silverman.

Pioneer Women
Schedule Events
Next Week
Mrs. Ida Liftman, presklent of
Pioneer Women. Club 2. has call-
ed a special session for Monday.
8 p.m.. at the Farband Center,
842 Washington Ave. The func-
tion will serve as a "welcome"
for Mrs. Sarah Singer, a former
member from Oakland. Calif.
Mrs. Dora Offenhenden. presi-
dent of Beba Idelson Club, will
conduct a regular monthly meet-!
ing on Thursday. Apr. 2, at 12:30;
p.m.. at the Washington Federal
Building, 1133 Normandy Dr.
A report on the recent donor
luncheon and election of officers
for the coming year will be on the
business agenda.
Dr. Celia Davis, cultural chair-
man, will sneak on current events.
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A STRANGE COINCIDENCE
The two Goldstein boys entered the Optimist
oratorical contest, each one in a diflerent area.
B.B. waited outside for Buck: out he came with
a trophy Grace wailed outside tor Johnny: out
he came with .i trophy
JUNE WILL BE HERE SOON
June i> "hen Mary, daughter of Ada and
Jack Abbott, "ill wad Peter Hess. In her honor.
Natalie (Mrs. Melvyn) Frumkes had a luncheon
in the Louis 1'hillipe Room of the Fontainchleau
Hotel. It was all in pink and red. with place-
cards made by the hostess herself. Lee (Mrs.
Stephen) earner sang a medley of love songs,
and then canasta held full sway. Among guests
were Mrs. Maurice Kohen. Mrs. Aaron Eustei.
Mis. David Miller. Mrs. Earl Portnoy, Mrs. Syd-
ney Weinstock, Mrs. William llerin, Mrs. M. R.
Morris and Mrs. Nathan Rood, who is getting
ready to go around the world.
IT'S THE SHAPE THAT COUNTS
Madeline i Mrs. Joseph i Ketsky had a lunch
eon at the Fontair.ehleau Hotel. The Louis
Phillipe Room lends itself so well to luncheons.
The horseshoe shaped table, all pink, red and
blue, seated many guests, among them Mrs. Her-
man Wepman. Mrs William i Miami Beach)
Brenner. Mrs. Hitter Levenson. Mrs. Herbert
Gimbel, Mrs. Barthold Strauss and Mrs. Sam
Moll. Cards and mah jong followed.
LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART
It was such fun at Mollie (Mrs. Sol) Silver
mans luncheon party at the Algiers Hotel. In the
luncheon party at the Algiers Hotel. In the
Scheherazade Room at the square-shaped table
all in yellow, seated among others were Mrs.
Charles Frutchman. Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Jos-
eph Nash, Mrs. Morris lima1, Mrs. Helen Spar-
ber, Mr- Hay K.mliinaii. Mrs. Sarah Green-
berg, Mn Ralph Kaplan. Mrs. Harold Spaet am
Mrs, Louis Glasser, bemoaning the fact that
her daughter had the measl.w Mr- Jack Katz-
roan and Mrs. Ida Aishuler, along with Trudy
Hamerschlag, were deep in conversation. Helen
Rosenthal played and sang all of the nostalgic
songs. She was joined by Shari (Mrs. Larry
Siiverman and Ida Roller Marks.
BRUNCH AT THE ALGIERS
It was the 44th wedding anniversary, and
Lee and Joe Silverman entertained their many
in and-out-of-town friends with a Sunday brunch
at the Algiers Hotel Among guests were Miriam
and Chic Gelfand. of Havertown. Pa., Rabbi and
Mrs. Eugene Labovitz. Mr. and Mrs. Al Roth.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Deutsch, Dr. and Mrs. Ben
Fabric. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paulshock. Mrs.
Alice Plncus, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Shau, Mrs.
Henrietta Fine and Mrs. Fannie Sklar.
A PARTY TO END ALL PARTIES
Wayne Cypen was Bar Mitzvah. and Beverly
Cypen was Bas Mitzvah; SO their parents Hazel
and Judge Irving Cypen. and Mildred and lien
jamin Cypen. honored the two cousins at a re-
ception at (lie Deauville Hotel. It was a gay
(lien. Ij party Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man were talking to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers
and Kenneth Myers. At the ice-figured bullet
table were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckernick, Mr.
and Mrs Milton Feller, the Herbert Shapiros
and Ted Goldsteins. Batching it were Chuck
Hallhis wife remained home recuperating from
all the excitementand Alex Gordon's Sally
had the (hi. Also seen were Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Feldman. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arthur.
FRANCES LEHMAN
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Friday. March 27, 1964
* Jew!si) Fh>ridHain
Pago 7-B
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, presents the beautifully-illustrated deluxe edition of the
Arthur Szyk Haggadah to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sussman and
Mrs. Jerry Sussman (left). The two women were honored
by the Hebrew Academy Women at a mother-daughter lunch-
eon held recently at the Deauville Hotel.
Brezin. president, will meet at the
home of Mrs. Burton Goldstein. 36
W. Ilivo Alto Dr., tor luncheon at
noon. Celebration of Community
Services iiiumn will be climaxed
by the selection of a "Queen for
the Day."
Lincoln Division, Mrs. Ellas l'<>-
hen, president, will meet at 12:30
p.m., at the Sea Gull Hotel. Marvin
Schreiber will speak on the opera
tion of Senior Centers. Inc.. which
he serves as director. He will be
assisted by Miss Joan Levy, group
work director at Malcolm Ross
Day Center. The Malcolm Ross
Orchestra and Men's choral Group
will entertain.
a
Shores Division, Mrs. Burton
Goldberg, president, will meet at
Westview Country Club for noon
buffet luncheon. Meeting will start
at 1 p.m. An original musical by
M r s Bernard Streit, entitled
"Thank Heaven for Volunteers"
will be presented with Mrs. James
Rodenberg, accompanist. Partici-
pants "ill be Mes:ames Larry
Kassman, Lawrence Brant, Gor-
don Bngel, Robert Levin, Martin
Kahn, and Bernard Epworth.
South Dade Division, Mrs. Arthur
Gilbert, president, will meet at
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association, 10313 S. Dixie Hwj .
at 9:30 a.m. A skit honoring vol-
unteers will be presented by mem-
bers.
Cooking Contest Planned Apr. 8
First annual taste and tell
luncheon and cooking contest giv-
en by the South Dade Chapter of
the National Children's Cardiac-
Hospital is slated for Wednesday
noon, Apr. 8. at the hospital.
Fa-hion show of summer and
cruise wear, sponsored by "Tiki"
of Dadcland and coordinated by
Mrs. Herman Marks, will oe pre-
sented.
Judges for cooking contest are
Miss Virginia Heffington, Miami
Herald Home Making Editor;
Miss Jackie Fierce, WTVJ; Miss
Mollie Turner. WLBW; Miss Ber-
tha Cochran Hahn, Miami News
i Food Editor: Nathan Kramer,
owner of Gourmet Restaurant Of
Hollywood.
Chairing the afternoon will be
Mrs. Gerald Gach.
National Council of Jewish Women
To Honor Volunteer Service of Members
"Council volunteers, helping to
build a healthier community by
providing services that affect a
great number of people, will be
honored at all division meetings
of National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Miami Section,"
according to Mrs. Raymond Ru-
bin. Section president. Groups have-
also scheduled election of Section
and division officers.
Bay Division, Mrs. S. Charles
Fisher, president, will meet at the
Balmoral Hotel at 12:30 p.m., for
Passover cake and coffee Service
volunteers will be honored, among
them Mrs. Max May, who will re-
ceive a disc for more than 1,000
hours of service. The Choral Group
from the Jewish Home for the
Aged, under the direction of Mrs
Sally Manne, will entertain.

Coral Division, Mrs. Irving L.
Wexler, president, will meet at
Temple Beth Am Youth Lounge
at 12 30 p.m. A musical tribute to
service volunteers called "Never [
on Wednesday" will be presented. ,
Evening Division, Mrs. Ernest
Andich, president, will meet at the
home of Mrs. Sidney Richman.
737 Paradise Ave., at 8:15 p.m.
Volunteer recognition and awards .
will be a feature of the evening.
"On Being Jewish: Questions j
We Face Together but Alone," will
be subject for study and discus-
sion.
Indian Creek Division, Mrs. Mi-
chael Mersel. president, will meet
at the Venetian Isle Motel, Vene-
tian Causeway, at 12:30 p.m. Pro-
gram will be "Orchids to Volun-
teers" and entertainment by In-
dian Creek's musical group under
the direction of Mrs. Jonas Brot
man. Mrs. Theodore Berman, Sec-
tion vice president of Public Af-
fairs, will give her impressions of
Councils Washington Institute.
Islands Division, Mrs. David
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Friday, March 27, 1964
<2/n the r^ealnt of <>^ociet\f
Spaets Reveal Betrothal of Daughter
To Eric Kaufman at Dinner Party
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MISS CAROLYN SPACT
At a family dinner party last
Saturday, Judge and Mrs. Harold
Bernhardt Spaet. of Rivo Alto Isl-
and, announced the engagement
of their daughter. Carolyn Marion,
to Eric Boyce Kaufman.
The future bridegroom is the son
oi Mr. an.1 Mrs. Albert Kaufman.
5-130 Alton Rd. His maternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Proser. Erie. Pa., and his paternal
grandparents. Mrs. Samuel Kauf-
man and the late Mr. Kaufman,
of Miami Beach.
The bride-elect, whose nickname
is Lucky." is a graduate of the
Lear School and a lreshman at the
University of Miami. Her fiance,
in his senior year, is an honor stu-
dent at the University and plans
to enter the College of Law in Sep-
tember.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
U of M Students Are Betrothed
Miss Judith Ellen Gold and Her fiance is an alumnus of Mi-
Stuart Nussbaum, both students at ;-mi Beach High and will graduate
Ihi University of Miami are be- in January from the University oi
thed. Miami Business School.
Announcement ol the engage-
menl is made by the future bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Gold.
2350 SW 28th St Parents of tne
prospective ondegrcom arc Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Nu-sbaum. 361
Jefferson Ave.
A graduate of Miami Senior High,
Gold attended the University
oi Florida and will graduate next
vear from the University of Miami
School of Education.
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Blotts Holiday
In Nassau Tour
Mr. an I Mrs. Warren Blatt arc
taking a trip to Nassau for their
honeymoon.
The former Marilyn Mindell and
her new husband exchanged nup-
tiala vows on Sunday. Mar. 22. at
the Balmoral Hotel. Rabbi Max
Lipschitz performed the early aft-
ernoon ceremony, which was lol-
loped by a reception at the hotel.
For the wedding, the bride wore
a floor-length sheath of pure silk
with lace and pearl embroidery
styled with a detachable train and
two roses at the back. A rhino-
stone and pearl headpiece held the
imported illusion veil, and the
bridal bouquet was an arrange-
ment of orchids, roses and carna-
tions.
Attending the couple were Vic-
kie Klieger. maid of honor, Elaine
Anixt. Phyllis Schor, bridesmaids,
and Sandra Klieger. flower girl.
Best man was Jerome Blatt. with
Sheldon Kleinberg, Howard Berk-
OWltl and Steve Epstein serving
;i- groomsmen.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Eu-
gene Damsker, 131 ME 175th St..
the new Mrs. Blatt is an education
major at the University ol Miami
Her husband, a pharmacist, is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and
R.ho Pi Phi Fraternities.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs Gus Blatt. 175 S.
Shore Dr. The couple u ill live i"
North Miami.
MISS MARliNt RABINOV:
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Plan for '65 Rites
A 1965 June wedding is planned
bj Marlene Iniz Rabino- : and
Richard L. Levy, both studeol
the University ol Miami.
The luture bride is Ili.-
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of Sheboygan, Wise, and r'.ie late
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Her fiance i< the ><>n of Al-
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Ave and the !at" Sol J. I.
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Crntiued from Page 1-B
.J;ick Mallan, Atlantic City. Air
and Mrs. Jerry Kovack. I'hilly,
;iuri from New York, Mr. and
Mrs Louis Ruben who will in
Iiiim be joined by daughter Clau-
dia Waldcn, casting director tor
Graj Advertising,
A re
Bonnie Tisc'iler has been initi-
ated into Alpha Lambda Delta.
National Women's Freshmen Hon-
or Society at the University of
Florida ... A credit to Beach
High, which claims her as an
alum, Bonnie also made Dean's
List the first trimester and is
president of Alpha Epsilon Phi
pledge chiss Lovely deb is
the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Kessel, of Hollywood.
Fla.. and granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Frankcl. Suit
side.
Mrs. Gustav Hartman and al-
most 200 Miami Beach women
BONNIE T/SCHUR
attended the birthday luncheon
party at Chandler's Restaurant,
paying tribute to Mrs. Bertha
Webb for outstanding efforts on
behalf of underprivileged and
retarded children The Judge
Gustav Hartman Foundation was
named alter Mrs. Hartman's late -
husband, who founded the He-
brew Orphan Asylum .
Seen at the same place sev-
eral days later relaxing with
their wives over a leisurely din-
ner before the hectic activities
of electioneering get under way,
prominent Miami Beach attorney
Nelan "Chick" Sweet and his
lovely wile Audrie, Seymour
Singer and Dee, Leon Sirkin and
Doris, an.i Constable Leonard
Weinstein.
Rose and Nathan Ostrov held '
a festive evening of traditional
holiday fare at their No. Miami
Beach home recently For
nierly of Providence, R. I., the
Ostrovs have hosted a reunion of
visitors and residents from their
home town for 16 years At-
tending from Massachusetts: Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Schprecher.
Krookline; Mr. and Mrs, Ilyman
Weinberg, Cape Cod; Mrs. J. S.
Eisenbecg, Fall River; Mr. and
Mis. Harry I. Elkies, Stamford,
Conn.; Miami lieachites. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Chaet. Mrs. Louis M.
Dayman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Prit-
cher. Mr. and Mrs. M. R08sein
and A. Schlcifer; Mr. and Mrs
W. O. Strong, W. Hollywood, 1- la
and Mr. and Mrs. Israel Resnick,
of PawtUCket, R. I. Mr. Res-
nick kept the evening gay siaflF'
ing Israeli songs to his own ac-
companiment on the violin.
Adinah Ruth Stadlan Becomes Bride
Of Carmi Margolis at Hebrew Acad.
M$. CAtMf MAKGOUS
An early evening ceremony on
Sunday. Feb. 2. united the former
Adinah Ruth Stadlan and Carmi
Zvi Margolis at the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami. Officiating
at the nuptials were Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff. Rabbi Alexander
Gross, Cantor Abraham Seif and
Cantor Hirsh Adler
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan. 1838
Hay Rd local educators, active in
Hebrew and Zionist groups. First
teachers at the Hebrew Academy.
Mrs. Stadlan is still on the faculty
there.
Parents of the bridegroom arc
Dr. and Mrs. Isadore Margolis,
Bronx, N. Y. Dr. Margolis is di-
rector of the Torah Education
Committee of the National Miz-
rachi Organization and associate
professor of education at the
Ycshiva University in New York.
Mrs. Margolis teaches at Taft
High School.
For the wedding, the bride wore
a gown of white peau dc soie with
inserts of Venetian. lace fashioned
with long sleeves, bateau neckline
Beth Sholom PTA Sponsors Seders
PTA of Temple Beth Sholom
sponsored two Model Seders for
the' children of the Temple Reli-
gious School, the first, on Mar.
21, jfor the Junior High-Confirma-
tioni Department, and the second.
Mat 22, for the primary and in-
termediate grades. Mrs. Sanford
Levjne is president of Beth Shol-
om PTA.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
loader of Beth Sholom, and Can-
tor David Conviser led the Hag-
gadah ceremony, and room moth-
ers served the traditional Pass-
over food.
Herbert C. Bloom is the Tem-
ple's education director. Mrs.
Irving B. Kaplan is chairman,
Board of Education.
Mrs. Martin stcincr, pta fes- j g*^ Baumgard in Talk
tival chairman, was assisted by
Mrs, Ted Dortch and Mrs. Walter
Lebbwitz, co-chairmen, and Mrs.
^^^Jasdn Berkman, Mrs. Michael Bru-
merl, Mrs. Stanley Brodsky, Mrs.
Irw^i Teplis, and -Mrs.' Leon Unger.
and a short train. The fingertip-
length veil fell from a coronet of
pearls and lace, and she carried
lilies-of the-valley on a white Bible.
Matron ol honor was the bride's
sister. Mrs. Sarah Bianco, and-
1 ridesmaids included C hurl e n e
Friedman. Mrs. Vicki Lee Wen-
grow, and Tamar Shloniit Margo-
lis and Aviva Miriam Margolis. i
the groom's sisters.
Best man was Ronald Hanover.
Arnold Lichl. Dr. Emanuel M.
Stadlan. the bride's brother. Dr.
Sylvan A. Schotz, and Carlos Feld-
man, were groomsmen.
Serving as Chupah holders were
Andre Bialolenkdi. Marvin Hoss.
Zacharias Bramnick and Edward
J. Schcaffcr.
Newlywcd Mrs. Margolis attend-
ed Whitefield School. Miami Beach
Senior High and the Hebrew Acad-
emy. She will graduate in June
from both the Jewish Theological
Seminary and Columbia Univer-
sity in New York. While in high
school, she served as president of
Thespians, vice president of the
modern dance, and received the
Genie Award for modern ballet.
A graduate of Ramaz School in
New York, the bridegroom is the
recipient of a New York State
scholarship. Following graduation
from Columbia University in June
he will enter medical school.
Rabbi Herbert A. Baumgard, of j
Temple Beth Am, will represent,
the Jewish Chautauqua Society at,
Florida Presbyterian College in j
St. Petersburg on Monday, Apr. 6. j
Couple Planning
Summer Wedding
A summer wedding is being
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and Robert Allen Zakarin.
The bridc-clect is the daughter
of Mrs. Audrey C. Vollenhover,
127 Antiquera Ave. Her fiance is
the. son of Mrs. Minna Zakarin, 110
So. Prospect Dr., and the late
Louis Zakarin.
Date of the nuptials is Aug. 23.
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RUTH
Ruth Greenfield as a six months-old babe in arms
moved irom Key West to a thriving Miami when there
was still a train that linked the two towns together. She
started to play the piano when she was five years old.
but the important milestone came when she began to
study with Mana Zucca. She majored in music in col-
lege, but took time off to become a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi Sorority at the Uni-
versity of Miami. She received
her BA and Master's Degree from
Michigan. While there, she wrote
music for the Drama Department.
A classical pianist. Ruth ex-
celled in writing musical com-
edies. She still spends a lot of
time composing. After teaching
music at the University of Miami
for two years. Ruth went to Paris
to study with Nadia Boulanger.
Back in the States, she had known
Aronld Greenfield, the boy who
lived around the corner, a college
friend of her brother's who was
always lurking around the Wol-
kow.-ky home. His tolks, from
Canada, are Lillian and the late Charles Greenfield.
Arnold came to Paris to study painting. They were
married. Their seventeen months of life together in
Paris on the Left Bank was a fairy tale. They went to
Classes, were Bohemian to the tips of their fingers, talked
French even if they couldn't understand each other all
the time, took weekend trips to Luxemburg and there-
abouts in their little car.
All along. Ruth bore in mind the advice of her par
cnts. Freda and Ike Wolkowsky, "who were my best music
critics." Freda still asks her daily if she's practiced.
At last their money ran out; they sold the car and
came home and settled down. The lour children, Charlie.
Timonthy, Frank and Alice, have grown up in the mem-
ory of that wonderful time, and it is the Greenfields' urgent
desire to take them all to Europe so they can duplicate
the fascinating adventures of their parents.
The Greenfields live in an old rambling house that
belonged to Ruth's grandmother in Spring Gardens. Ruth
describes it as a "Frank Lloyd Wrong." The house is
filled with paintings they have bought and collected. All
of Arnold's paintings have been hung, and many a crack
has been covered in th's exciting way. Ruth claims she
i- a derelict housekeeper, but who wants to eat on the
floor, anyway'
Arnold does the cooking; in fact, he is well-known for
his famous sauces and French cuisine Now. there's lit
tie time left for painting: he's a practicing attorney.
when she first returned to Miami. Ruth was commis
sioned to write music for the Ring Theater and the Ballet
Company. But she had long nurtured a dream: an ait
center without regard to race, color or creed, and where
art, itself, could be color blind. So the Fine Arts Con-
servatory, offering courses to all age Limps from be
ginners through advanced studies in music, art, drama
and dance, was born in 1951. Ruth was the founder and
is still director. While Ruth has been invaluable in or-
ganizing the Conservatory, she readily admits thut in
her own home she is a disorganize!'. The Greenfields are
a great family of readers, and after Ruth tidies up the
library, she teels that she has done her housekeeping for
the day. Their children are growing up with a sense of
poetry in their lives Arnold, trying to bring the classics
to them, read- to the children every night.
Summer time, they pile into their big camper and go
traveling throughout the United States, enjoying the dust
and dirt, the making of fires, the living off the land. They
all store up enerhy and pounds, so that when the sum-
mer ends, they are ready to pop right back into the ex-
citing life they all lea:!. At the apex is Ruth's dream that
lias come truethe Fine Arts Conservatory.
Ross Couple Will
Live on Beach
Susan Carol Shenwcather and
Michael Steven Ross exchanged
nuptial vows on Friday. Mar. 20.
at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi
David Lehrfield officiated at the
early evening ceremony which was
followed by a reception at the ho-
tel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Shenweather. 1019 West Ave., the
bride wore a white pcau de sole
gown trimmed with lace and seed
pearls and carried white orchids.
Attending the couple were Su-
san and Linda Ross, matron and
maid of honor; Leonard Faver.
best man; Sidney Gordon and
Louis Friedland, groomsmen.
New Mrs. Ross is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and a member
of Chidelt Club at the YMHA. Her
husband, a television technician,
graduated from North Miami
Beach High, and is a member of
Amateur Radio Club.
Following a visit to the World's
Fair in New York, the ncwlywcds
will live at 8215 Harding Ave.
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Friday, Mach 2" 1964
Sinai Seder
For Tiny Tots
Temple sinai Nursery-Kinder-
garten School was to hold a tiny
lot Seder on Thursday. Mar. 26,
at 11 a.m.
Conducted by Rabbi Dantel
Lowy. the holiday luncheon was to
include songs and stories of the
Egyptian exodus.
Registrations for next year's
term of the Temple pre-school are
now being accepted at the Tem-
ple. Staffed by experience!, ma-
ture teachers, the classy are
geared to prepare very young
children in reading and number
readiness.
Geltner, Mooney
Are Engaged
MRS. MICHAiL ROSS
Mrs. Anne 0. Mooney, 96 5W 28th
ltd., announces the engagement of
her daughter. Bonnie, to Barry M.
Geltner. son of Mrs. S. Geltner and
the late Samuel Geltner. E 3311
Werner-Kahn SW 23rd St.. Miami. A ine 6
wedding is planned.
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Future Bride Awaits Degree
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gidney, of Freidin, -on of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
5251 N. Bay Rd., have announced Freidin, of Bay Harbor Islands,
the engagement of their daughter, Th(, |ii1ur, ()l.j(|o ,.a< .l|tpndcd !
Marilyn Rose, to Howard Alan ,|,c ijv,,,-it\ of Miami and is I
presently enrolled at Boston Uni-
versity, where she will receive her
degree in speech therapy ihisi
June. She is a member of Alpha I
Epsilon Phi Sorority and Sigma
Alpha Eta. speech honorary.
Her fiance will graduate from j
the University of Florida with an
accounting degree in June, and en-
ter law school in September. He is
, affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi
11 Fraternity and Alpha Kappa Psi. j
I business fraternity.
An August wedding is planned.
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Room of the Fontaine-
Hotel was the setting for
1 this season's most elegant
|:rs. The oeeasion was the
lial dinner dance of the
.dels Club of .Mount Sinai
ital. The strictly formal
ion brought forth a collec-
of exciting and glamorous
is. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
|er, whose husband i> chair-
Dl the club, wore a gown she
on* her recent trip around
world, Base was an iced pink
sheath with encircling
ger, Biblo
fifed in Vows
Gertrude Biblo and .Merc
|Eerger were united in mar-
Sunday evening. Mar. 22. in
ystal Room of the Lombarely
The bride is the daughter
and Mrs Philip Biblo, 6940
ig Ave.
the wedding, the new .Mrs.
chose a full-length silk or-
over taffeta covered with
appliques.
ing as maid of honor was
Zebitz, with Cindy Wein-
fcnd Phyllis Walcoff as brides-
4R)e bridegroom's best man was
jKvarri Weisman. and Martin Bib-
[the bride's brother, and Martin
ushered. Berger is the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ber-
ber of New York City.
After ,i honeymoon in Nassau,
the newlywed-. will live in New
fetk City, where the bride is
Reaching. She is a graduate
mi University. Mr. Berger
the New York State Labor
Iment.
dinged ban > from the bodice
to the hemline. The bands were
in a matching pink chantilly lace
embroidered with pearl.-, and the
looped fringes were ol satin
lined crystal Leads. All the intri-
cate beading was hand embroid-
ered
Mrs. Philip laic- chose an
ice blue >ili< gown whidli featured
crystal bead- clustered on her
bo.lice and rows of crystal tear-
c'rops. A matching stole and
matching shoes completed her
vliili.ri
MHS. MEREDITH BEKG'ft
ensemble. Daffodil yellow edit-
ion was worn by Mrs. Edward
l- i '.'.,ii. Hi r skirt ivas softly
gathered into the traditional full-
ness ol chiffon, and her fitted
bodice was high-necked, had
bra< >' I ii ;th siee\e>, and was
covered with yellow iridescent
ins, Garnet red -ilk crepe,
worn with an antique garnet
necklace, as Mrs. Mcrris Lapi-
mis' choice lor the evening. Her
hip-lengtn jacket was lined with
pink crepe, an conveyed a softly
tailored effect.

CROSTED yellow was worn by
Mrs. Dan Ruskin. Her Moni
Original featured a blouson over-
blouse in silk chitfon which was
hand-beaded in seed pearls and
clear caviar beads, and a match-
ing jacket with a modified por-
trait neckline. Mrs. Philip Si-
mon'.- gown was completely
fringed with satin-lined bugle
beads. Black -ilk brocade was
Mrs. Ben Novack's choice. Her
bodice was encrusted with Jet
beacing, Silver satin brocade in
the sheath silhouette was chosen
by Mrs. Herman F. Leeks.
A green bamboo pattern was
woven into her own which had
a plunging "V" neckline. Mrs.
Ben Blum's gold embossed gown
was heavily beaded over the fit-
ted bodice with gold crystals and
seed pearls. American Beauty
-ilk chiffon with inserts of (
matching colored chantilly lace
was worn by Mrs. Stella Sieg-
fried. Her skirt was asymetrical-
ly draped over one hip.
Mrs. Abe C. Fine was in a ,
honey-beige chiffon with a full j
skirt. Her bodice was of chantilly j
lace with the neckline following
the scalloped lace pattern. Cav-
iar beads, bugle beads and drop j
crystals were reembroidered over i
the decollete lace bodice. Mrs.
Sam Levenson's gown was a
champagne colored brocade
which blended mohair and lamee
into the fabric. Her sheath had
a high neckline which dipped low
in the back.
V *
VOCAL artist Mrs. Louis
Brandt, just returned from a
European engagement, was
dressed in an imported white
lace with a fitted bodice, slight-
ly off-the-shoulder straps and a
bouffant skirt. Mrs. Charles Res-
kin wore a white peau de soie
sheath with the bodice embroid-
ered in crystal caviar and bugle
beads down to tne elongated torso
line, Mrs. Aisik r.ivi.er Was in a
white :ilk crepe Seas-i Original
Her sheath gown had a -cooped
neckline and was sprinkled with
rhinestones in an abstract pat-
tern.
Mrs. Lenke Billings, "I Max-
im'-, chose a French original in
an embossed floral chiffon print.
Emerald green and muted lilac
created an oversized floral motif.
The bodice was draped into fig
in e molding lines, and the chif-
fon was asymetrically draped to
one side in the skirt. Talented
Mrs. Joseph Lipton made her
own gown. Champagne colored
silk was knit into a lace pattern,
and her shift silhouette had a
slashed bateau neckline. From
Rome, a Guggenheim Original
was worn by Mrs. Max V. Cbgen.
Charcoa I -colored slipper s a I i n
created a redingotc over a silver
satin -heath Mrs. Paul Faske
wore porcelain blue satin with a
triple tiered skirt. Alencon lace
was at the neckline and on th-
in -i tier ol her skirt, i
was reembroidered with i
crystal beading. Mrs. Paul R.
Gord in's black silk cr
tured gold sequins on h
bodii i
ICED pml< peau de soie with
the 'A "line silhouette was
Mrs. Jacob Schermer's choice for
the parts Her gown followed the
classic lines of simple elegance
with her only detailing a flat bow
at her waist, Chinese red satil
was worn by Mrs. Dudley Brodie,
Lined in the same fabric was her
striking mandarin coat in royal
blue. From China, it was hand
embroidered multi-colors in tra-
ditional dragons.
Mrs. Nathan S. Gumenick
chose a chiffon print with spring
flowers in yellow, tangerine and
orange. Bugle beads detailed her
print. Mrs. Carl Weinkle's ensem-
ble was a silk and gold brocade
with blue-, greens, and violet.
creating her print. Her hip-length
jacket featured a modified Ori-
ental styling.
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Friday, March 27. 1|*4 .
Zionists in Memorial to Dr. Silver;
Gabriel Heatter Will be Guest Speaker
South Florida Districts of the
' !- Organization of America
hosts to an open meeting
on Mon ay evening in the French
ol the !' mtainebleau Hotel.
t Albert E Ossip,
nan ol the President's Coun-
cil.
ft AY MONO GROSSMAN
Cedars Names
New Assistant
Raymond R. Grossman, former
- stant director of Barnes Hos-
pital in St. Louis. Mo., has been
named assistant administrator at
irs of Lebanon Hospital.
Announcement of Grossman's
ointment was disclosed this
ek by Hart*) L Lewis, hospi-
tal president.
He will as>isi Administrator S
ironstein
Grossman received his Mas-
ter's degree in Hospital Admin-
istration at Washington Univer-
sity School of Medicine and a
Master's degree in recreation
administration from Columbia
University. He completed his
undergraduate work at Queens
College of New York City.
Cedars' new assistant is a for-
mer recreation director at Belle-
vne Hospital. Barnes Hospital and
N'eponsit Beach Hospital. He is
. n ember of the American Recrea-
tion Society and a nominee of the
American College of Hospital Ad-
ministrators.
Grossman, his wife. Sondra, and
their children, Margaret 7. and
Sh. ryl 5. live at 1491 SW 64th
Ave.
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BRIDAL BOUQUETS
ART FLOWERS
IMPORTED ARTIFICIAL FRUITS
EASTER POTTED PLANTS
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One of the highlights ol the
meeting will be a tribute to the
late Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, world
renowned spiritual leader. Zionist
tal lan. Dr. Silver.
in whose honor the Zionist Organi-
zation ol America established the
Klar Silver Agricultural Training
institute in A-chkelon, Israel, was
: president of the
ZOA and honorary lite president.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky,
ef the Israelite Center, was pres-
ident of the Miirachl Organiza-
tion of Chicago and worked
closely with Dr. Silver in this ca-
pe-city. At the meeting on Mon-
day evening. Rabbi Swirsky will
deliver the tribute to the late
Dr. Silver.
MR. AND MRS. NASH
Guest speaker will be the noted
news commentator, Gabriel Heat-
ter, who will review the current
Middle East situation.
A special farewell program will\
be presented by Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal of the Greater]
Miami irfflTew Academy, in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, who
will be departing next week for
I.-rael. They spend six months Ol
each year in Miami Beach and
the other six months at their home
in Tel Aviv. Mr. and Mrs, Nas
are among founders of the He-
brew Academy, the Israel Bond
Committee, Hlstadrut, P i o n e e t
Women and Farband.
They have also been leaders In
the American Friends of the II"-
brew University, Technion, and
many other local and Israeli or-
ganizations. The couple were re-
cently cited by the local Council
ol the Jewish National Fund tor
"outstanding work in helping plant
forests in Israel."
A special musical program has
DiLido Hotel
Renovates entire
Cabana Area
The oceanfront DiLido Hotel, on
Collins Ave. and Lincoln Rd., has
announced the complete renova-
tion of its cabana club and pool
area.
The hotel is now inviting local
lesidents to rent a cabana for the
summer at the DiLido. Complete
with new mats, chaises, a new fil-
tering system for both Olympic-
size swimming pools and all game
facilities, the Cabana Club fea-
tures a monthly cocktail party and
a weekly wcincr roast.
The Patio Restaurant and Bar
.* JjirthdazQ :
First child, Alan David, was
born Feb. 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Schuchman, of Indianapolis. Ind.
Attending the ceremony naming
their grandchild were the new
mother's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Levine, 435 SW 30th Rd.
The former Bonnie Levine, who
attended schools here, is the grand-
daughter of the late Rabbi Abra-
ham Sachs.
are available for all members and
their guests. In charge of infor-
mation is Karl Boyeff, Cabana
manager, at the hotel.
TO ALL GREETINGS
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WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET
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PL 4-5314
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been arranged by the noted Is-
raeli singer, Aviva Halaban, who
has appeared on stage and radio in
Israel and in concert, television,
theatre and clubs l atht Halted
Slat Mortimer May, a past na-
tional president of the ZOA. who
has .iu.-t returned from Israel, will
Be chairman ol the evening.
MR. AND MRS. SOI WEISS
end Daughters of the
Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers
Operators of the
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Extend Best Wishes for
the Passover and
Thank You for Your
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ietfrey Wolf
Violet Ventura
Peter Wertheim
Jeffrey Wolf
elfrey Mark, son of Mr. and
f Leonard Wolf, will become;
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
r. 28, at Beth David Synagogue, I
ibi Norman N. Shapiro will of-
ate.
seventh grade student at;
ice de Leon Junior High, Jef-;
vs plays the piano, collects |
as and stamps, and enjoys mod-
jilding.
Allowing services, Mr. and
Is. Wolf will honor their son with
kiddush and luncheon.
Robert Maland
Juring Passover,service* on Sun-
morning, Mar. 29. at Beth Da-
Rohert Ciiry. son of Mr. and
Richard Maland. will become
Mitzvah.
Robert, in the seventh grade at
Shenandoah Junior High, was cho-
sen to represent his school at the
recent science fair.
His project was the development
of the chick embryo. He is also in-
terested in languages, and enjoys
sports.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah.
e
Peter Wertheim
Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Wertheim, was Bar Mitzvah j
at Temple B'nai Abraham on Sat-1
urday, Mar. 21, at the 5:30 p.m.'
service.
A student of the B'nai Abraham !
Hebrew and Sunday School, Peter j
is in the seventh grade at John F.
Kennedy Junior High, where he
plaj trumpet in the band.
The celebrant was honored at
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday eve-
ning and at a reception following
the ceremony on Saturday.
* '
Violet Ventura
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate
at the Bas Mitzvah of Violet Ann
Ventura during services on Satur-
day. Mar. 28, at Temple Beth Sho-
lom.
Violet is in the eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Ventura,
fi225 La Gorce Dr., will honor their
daughter at the Kiddush following
the ceremony.

Jeffrey Budner
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
olficiate at services on Saturday
morning, Mar. 28, at Beth David!
Synagogue, when Jeffrey Mark,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bud-
ner, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Jeffrey has been a student in
the Religious School at Beth David
since he was four years old.
He is a seventh grader at Shen-
andoah Junior High, where he
plays baritone horn in the school
band. As a hobby, he enjoys model
building, and his favorite sports
are baseball and wrestling.
* *
Arthur Hausman
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiated
at the Bar Mitzvah of Arthur
Hausman on Saturday morning.
March 21. in the Israelite Center.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hausman. A i High, where he plays in the band,
student at the Israelite Center! Mr. and Mrs. Hausman hosted
Religious School, he attends sev-1 a Kiddush in their son's honor
enth grade at Shenandoah Junior following the services.
A Happy Passover to All Our Friends and Customers
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Serving Passover Meals During Entire Week
MASHGIACH ON PR[MISIS
ine Forest Camp Summer Program
igfa in the Pocono Mountains
ireeley, Pike County, Pa.. Pine
?s1 Camp offers boys and girls
i 6 to 16 a happy, healthful
erience in group living.
itaff of mature, trained men
iomen, many of them college
duates, teachers and coaches.
erviso the more than 30 acti-
es offered at the camp. In ad-
on to a complete program of
er sports, nature study and
etics, instruction is given in
twirling, music, dancing and
r-skating.
I Religious services are held Fri-
ti evenings and Saturday morn-
s, and appropriate recognition
""yjTOr
START SOMEONE ON A
HOBBY WITH A FUTURE
yea had given a set of proof
foin as a tar Mitivah gift in
0, year gift, today, would be
frorth 60 times its original cost.
SIDNEY W. SMITH
RARE COINS
2512 Biscayne Blvd.
>iami, Fla. FR 7-1200
Model Seder
At Temple Sinai
On Sunday, 265 children of
Temple Sinai's Religious School
participated in a special Model
Seder directed by Rabbi Daniel
I Lowy. Musical portions for the
service were offered by the 25
members of Temple Sinai's Jun-
ior Choir.
A traditional holiday repast was
served by the Religious School
Committee of the Sisterhood head-
I ed by Mrs. Howard Flicker, chair-
I man. Mrs. Daniel Lowy. co-chair-
I man, and the room mothers of
each grade in the Religious School.
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Phone JE 8-7592
847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Closed Saturdays and Holidays
>
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i- given to birthdays which fall in
the season,
Directors of the camp include
Edwin I. "Hughie" Black, "recrea-
tional director and physical edu-
cator with 15 years of teaching
experience; Marvin E. Black, a
' graduate teacher of health and
physical education from Temple
University; and Ted S. Halperin. I
! graduate teacher of Temple Uni-1
versity. who has been with Pine j
| Forest since 1946.
In addition to Pine Forest Camp, i
which is co-ed, there is a separate
camp for boys, Lake Owego, and
one for girls. Timber Tops.
Further information on the three
mountain camps can be obtained
at Fithian Studio of Dancing and
Drama. 323 W. 47th St., Miami
Beach.ST.
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Open from / A.M. to 8 P.M.
Specializing in a Complete
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Visit Our Delicatessen &
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V tor LUNCH i

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ir 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 it
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Friday, Mccch 27. 1964
MD's to Welcome Israeli Doctors From Hebrew U.
At a reception Sunday of the
American Jewish Physicians' Com-
mittee, two young speakers will
iniormally discuss "Israel Medi-
cine Today."
Dr. Evy Meyer,' daughter of a j
physician who died in a concen-
tration camp where she too was
held captive, attended the He-i
brew University Medical School)
despite all the handicaps suffered!
by new immigrants of Israel: lack1
of language, competition of five '
candidates for every place in the
then-just-opened medical courses,
;.nd no security in the new envir-
onment.
As the recipient of the Charles
and Viola Charcmvsky Fellowship,
she has for the past two years
been research associate at the Uni-1
versity of Illinois in the field of
( phthalmology and has spent five
months in the famed Armed Forces
Institute of Pathology in Washing-
ton, D.C.. where her work con-
tributed to important scientific
advances in the field of retinal
pathology.
Dr. Ephraim C. Meyer was born
in Germany, son of a physician
and of a family with a long tradi-
tion in medicine. At 14 years of
age, he joined the Hagana and
in 1947 volunteered for the Pal-
mach, the Jewish underground
commando group. Throughout the
War of Liberation, he served as
a frontline medic and began his
medical studies at the Hebrew
University Medical Schol imme-
diately after discharge.
Dr. Meyer B. Marks (second from left), president of the South
Florida American Jewish Physicians' Committee, confers with
fellow board members about the Sunday reception. Left to
right are Drs. Harold Kaufman, Minerva Gordon, Julius Pear-
son and Manning Rosnick.
PASSOVER GREETINGS COMPLIMENTS OF
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
CAREY MATTHEWS
Your State Representative
634 WEST FtAOLER STREET
FR 7-1687
TO ALL GREETINGS .
GOLD STAR DELICACY SHOP, INC.
6186 SW 8th STREET Miami, Ft..
Following residence at the
Mount Carmel Hospital in Haifa.
Dr. Ephraim Meyer has spent the
past to years with two of the
most renowned cardiologists in
this country. Dr. L. N. Katz and
Dr. A. A. Luisana, of Chicago.
According to Dr. Meyer B.
Marks, president of the American
Jewish Physicians' Committee in
South Florida, the Drs. Meyer
have come to Miami Beach "ex-
pressly to thank Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky who contri-
buted the fellowship making pos-
sible their two" years of graduate
study in the United States and to
introduce their benefactors to
their infant son. Saul Chaim Mey-
er.
Jack S. Popick. president of the
South Florida Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
('Diversity, will bring greetings
from the Jerusalem campus,
where this week he attended a
Board <>t Governors meeting. The
Physicians' Committee is the med-
ical ;irm of the Friends of the He-
brew University and Dr. Philip
Gotlieb, host with Mrs. Gotlieb to
the reception at their home in
Coral Gables at 8 p.m.. is one ot
the founders of the Friends and
also honorary vice president of
the physicians' committee.
Sharing the enthusiasm of the
Charcowskys for the furtherance
of study at the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem are other contribu-
tors of scholarships and fellow-
ships in Greater Miami. Among
recent contributors are Dr. and
Mrs. Herman Ausubel. Mrs. Hy-
man Berman, David Gelgor, Louis
Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers, Mrs. Irving E. Miller,
Miss Jeanette Prisament. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Dr. Alexander
S. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
T. Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. Nath-
an Turner.
Cantor Yardeini
Due at DiLido
There are no Bar Mitzvah
classes in Russia, no organized
religious activities, but the syna-
gogues are full on Friday night,
according to Cantor Mordecai
Yardeini, who has just returned
from an extensive concert tour of
Europe and the Soviet Union.
Cantor Yardeini, who will con-
duct the Passover Seders at the
DiLido Hotel on Mar. 27 and 28,
is famed for his interpretation of
Jewish liturgical music, as well
as Israeli folk songs.
Commenting en his Rvwian
visit, Yardeini Mid: "The great
Moscow Syfi*o*gw7 which seats
I.OOt, was lm*t full, but there
wer very few yeunf people in
the udionc."
But he added that the Russian
people are immensely interested
in Jewish theater, folk music and
folk lore.
This is the second year he will
conduct the DiLido Hotel Passover
Seders. Catering for the Seders
will be under the direct super-
vision of the Sirkin Family Enter-
prises.
Nurse's Specialty
Is Electrolysis
Electrolysis, hair eliminated for-1
ever by the latest electronic in-
struments, is the specialty of Reg-
istered Nurse Shirley Graubart.
She has 20 years of experience
at skilfully removing hair from
the face, arms, legs and bodv.
Her Surf side office is at 310 95th
St., and hours are from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m.
According to the practitioner,
"my equipment is the finest and I
latest to remove superfluous hair
permanently, safely and painless-
ly."
B'nai B'rhh Singles
A night club show will be In-
cluded in the gala dance sponsor-
ed by B'nai B'rith Social Singles
on Saturday evening, Apr. 4, in
the Ivory Tower, of the Saxony
Hotel.
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
"SERVICE TO YOU .
IS OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE
i
\
OX 6-4440
DARYL,
PRODUCTS CORP
Manufacturers Daryl Products CO'O.
of Quality 7240 N.E. 4th Ave.
Aluminum Miami 38, Fla.
Products phone 758-7603
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
TO ALL
FROM
I
Northeast Air Lines
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
230 NW 5th STREET
Miami
:k
A Happy Passover to the Entire Jewish Community
COURTESY FORD
2701 Miami Avenue
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FASHION EMBROIDERY & STITCHING
127 N.W. 2nd STREET PR 44553
JACK SOMBERG, President
Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons
RELIABLE AUTO TRANSPORT and RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM
HARRY HOIZMAN
100 -5th ST., Miami Beach JE 8-0421 JE 5-5311
MR. AND MRS. S. A. JAFNEL
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
1


March 27, 1964
*. Unitt nr-rictlnn
,. Wolfie Cohen
id at Age 44
For Other Deaths
See Page 10-E
Miriam Rose Cohen. 44.
Kednesday aftrnoon at her
4400 Renal Palm Ave. Mi-
i.ch.
was the wife of Wolfie Co-
former .Miami Beach city
.::ian and noted restaurateur
Cohen was a member of
- Beth Sholom, past vice
!( :t of the Beth Sholom PTA.
It- r of the Hebrew Academy
pC Association.
it also belonged to the North
l-i Unit of the Cancer Lea-
Brandels Women's Club,
im Beach B'nai B'rith, Fight
Sight, Hadassah, ORT, and
Is past president of National
(ildren's Cardiac Hospital
*n'$ Unit.
Ilr- Cohen belonged to the
li : North Beach Elementary
Page 15-B
School and .Nautilus Junior High
School.
Survivors, in addition to her hus-
band, include a son, J^ewls; daugh-
ter, Robin: mother. Mrs. Renee
Goldhaber; brother. Martin Gold-
haber; and sister. Mrs. Esther
Jackowitz.
Services were to be Thursday
noon at Riverside Memorial Chap-
el. Alton Rd.. with burial in Ml.
Nebo Cemeterv.
I the basis of modern automation
1 and the use of giant, electronic
! computers.
JACOBSKIND
form Handicap
its Weekend
ulfstream Park will stage an-
er of its championship races
s week. This time it will be a
tie ol top flight grass perform-
n.n.ning in the $50,000 added
inn Handicap at a mile and a
II (D the turf course Saturday.
frhe Donn has to share the
K>tlij^;.t with the Fountain of
Outh Stakes on Wednesday for
iree-yiar-old*. This mile and a
ptteeTiCh test will serve to pro-
de contenders for the $100,000
'lories Derby Apr. 4.
The Donn takes on champion
hip i.,ra with the appearance of
erry Bast a "s Cedar Key and
IMty House Farm's Carteret.
Bese two have been the cham-,
ns on the grass in California >
Jjand .- :orida. respectively, this
lintcr
Noted Scientist
Dies in Stockholm
CAMBRIDGE Mass.-(JTA)-
Dr. Norbert Wiener, world re-
nowned scientist, who was consid-
ered the father of automation, the
son of a Itussian-born Jewish ped-
dler who himself rose to become
the first professor of Slavonic lan-
guages at Harvard, died this week
al Stockholm.
Announcement of the death was
made here by the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, where Dr.
Wiener served on the faculty for
42 years, retiring as full professor
in 1960. He was 69.
He was born in Columbia, Mo.,
the son of Leo and Bertha Kahn
Wiener. A child prodigy, he en-
tered Tufts College at the age of
11, graduated with a degree in
mathematics at 14, continued
his studies and obtained the de-
gree of Doctor of Philosophy
from Harvard at 1*.
Last January. President Johnson
awarded to Dr. Wiener one of the
five National Medals of Science for
his contribution to the nation. His
citation called him "one of the
world's greatest mathematicians
and one of MIT's most distinguish-
ed professors."
One of the world's greatest
mathematicians. Norbert Wiener
was best known for his book in
1948 on cybernetics, described by
scientists as the analysis of elec-
tronic and mechanical controls in.
industry and in daily life, forming!
MAX, Ml, of 1788 S\V lfiih Tor.,
illad Mar. ::;. li.. oama hare 38
year* ago from New fork City
and was ;i store manager with the
Mas wall r Temple Hath III. Beloved hue-
IihiuI ..i Gnsale, devoted rather
>f Baa/nett Jaaobskiml of .Miami.
.Mrs. Tub) Nathaaaon ot Kpaco,
Jfc .iii.l Mrs, Lorraine Pearl of
Miami: dear brother of lira. Mir-
iam Lober and Mra, Nettle Ih.s-
n. r. of Brooklyn: darHnsj aland-
raiiiei- i.r seven Kramk-hildren.
',",vl,, 'i-l'l Mar 24 at Gordon
Mineral Home with Interment in
the family |.l..t at ill. Sinai Cent-
terv. v
JAMES. Roue, IB, of 741 NE 185th
st died Mai-. 22, EUveralde.
mason. Harry, U of 806 Ray-
mond St.. .li.-.i Mar. it. Rlveralde.
ATLASS. Alfred, B9, of 3801 Indian
Creek Or, Services in New fork
Riverside.
COHEN. Samuel Max, 86, of 130
ii'lii'iik '"' Mt"rv,ce" '" ^ttaburgh.
DANIELS. Max, 68, ..f 923 Marseille
Or. Itivi raldi
GLAssman. Charlea, 78, t 7780
I .-itiim Waterway. Services In New
Haven, Conn. Rlveralde.
GUSS, Louis, 74, of 3801 Collins Ave
Services in New Vork. Riverside.
Committee Names
Schaeffer Chief
Edward J. Scheaffer is the new
ly-appointed chairman of the Pub-
lic Relations, Advertising and
Publications Committee of the
Home Builders Association of
South Florida.
Schaeffer's assignment was an-
nounced by Neil Schiff, HBASF
president.
Committee chairman is presi-
dent of E. J. Schaeffer and Asso-
ciated Advertising Agencv, 1101
NE 79th St., Miami. The firm
handles many of the area's lead-
ing builders, high-rise apartment
buildings, and suppliers and man-
ufacturers of products to the build-
ing industry.
E. J. Scheaffer and Associates
is also one of the eight member
agencies throughout the nation to
be represented on the Life Maga-
zine Marketing Council.
LEINFUSS. Philip, 88, of 7587 llls-
panola Ave. Riverside.
Michaels. Mrs. Irene ':.. .if 6:1m
n. Hay Road. Blasbers.
POLIakoff Miss Florence, .".ft, of
1508 Pennsylvania Ave. Riverside
saltzman, Joseph <:.. 18, of 120."
NE 188th si. Services In Brook-
lyn, Rlveralde.
himelstein. Morris, 60, of 1840
James Ave., died .Mar. IT. River-
side.
GRUNFELD. Miss Aranka. 7L'. <.f Washington Ave, Service! In x.
V..rk. Riverside,
pepp, I..,,n. 71. of in Mtohtcan
Ave. Rlveralde.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62626-C
IN RE: Estate of
ROBERTA MAE TIU'SSKI.I..
i lecensed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Persons I lav
imr Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
you are hereby notified and re-
quired I" present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of ROBERTA MAE TRL'S-
sKl.l. deceased late of Oade County.
Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouae In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
in.miiis from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the sain.- will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida this 20th
day of March, A.D. 1964,
A. JAY CR1WTI lli
As Administrator
First publication of tins nolle.....i
the !7th day of March. 1964
Welntraub, Welntraub ft Ciiatol
Attorneys for Administrator
Thirteenth Floor, Dade Federal IMdg.
21 X.K. 1st Ave., Miami. Florldu
Bj : A. .1AV CRISTOL
:: '27, i -.-m-it
LEGAL NOTICE
GABRIEL HEATTER
TALKS ABOUT PASSOVER

A SPECIAL PASSOVER SERIES
ON WEDR-FM AND WMIE-AM'S
JEWISH PROGRAMS:
WEDR-FM, 99.1 DAILY
10:30 A.M., 11:30 A.M., SUNDAYS, 1 P.M. and 4 P.M.
WMIE-1140 SUNDAYS, 2 P.M.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3263
THE \vii.i.iamsi:ii:i;ii
SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff
DEAN CARTER and SARAH
CARTER, his wife, el al,
I iefendunt.
NOTICE OF SUIT
To: Ivan Carter and Sarah
Carter, his wife,
-'i in Itolton I rive, N.W
Apartment No. i
Atlanta. <;, orgla
Yi.n are hereto notified that the
above caplloned action has been In-
stituted ngftlnet you in the Circuit
Cinirt of the llih Judicial Circuit of
1 Florida in an.I for Dade Count) to
foreclose a mortgage upon the fol-
lowing described real property:
l...t 2, Block .;7 FIRST ADDITION
T(> CAIU >i, CITV, according lo
the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
l.....i- 60 at Page 19 of the Public
Records of Dade County, I 'lorlda.
you are required (.. file your an- |
sw. i- to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk >>f the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs I
attorney, MARTIN FIXE, llth Floor,
Dade Federal Building. Miui'il ":.
I lorlda, not later than April L'7. ,961,
or a 11.-. i..... Pro Confesso will i., in-
tered against v.si.
DATED: M.urh. J* "1IE1.
E. B I EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Uy: K. M I.Y.MAN
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney f..r Plaintiff
llth Floor Dade Federal Bloi|
Miami ::.. Florida
1 27 t :- f-1T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3299
JAMES Mll.i il! A.M.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERTO I! OZETE nnd DELIA
OZKTH, his wife, nnd WINoNA
INVESTMENT COMPANY, a
Florida corporation,
I f.n.lallts
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERTO R. OZETE and
DELIA OZETE, his Wife, and
\V I Nl i.N A 1 S VI :STM ENT
COMPANY
Residence Unknown
YOC AND KADI OF YOl*. ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill of
Complaint to foreclose a lien on cer-
tain mortgages on the following des-
cribed properties, to-wit:
iii Mortgage from William Dayoub
ami Josephlna Dayoub, Ins wile, ill
favor of ROBERTO R. OZETE and
DELIA OZETE, his wife, dated Jan-
uary "'. 1962. and recorded in Official
ft*.....rd* Book 2s91, at Page I7.". of the
Public Records of l :.!.- County, Flor-
ida, encumbering the following des-
cribed property, to-wli:
1...I 1\ Block IS, WINONA PARK
FIRST ADDITION, according to the
Plat thereof as recorded in Plat
Book IT. at Page 19, of the Public
Records ..t Dade County Florida:
together with all Improvements,
furniture, fixtures and all other
chattels, now or hereafter contained
therein:
tji Mortgage from Antonla Garcia
.mil Oloria ilana.i. his wife, in favor
nl ROBERTO IS. OZETE ami DELIA
OZETE, his wit'.-, dated January "..
1962, recorded In Official Records
Hook 2991, at Page t>1T. of the Public
It.Tor,Is nf Dade County, Florida, en-
cumbering the following described
in opertj. to-wlt.
Lot 12, Block IS, WINONA PARK
HIRST ADDITION, according t.. the
Plat thereof as recorded in I'lat
Hook IT at Page 19, "t the Public
Records ..l Dade County, Florida:
together with all Improvements,
furniture, fixtures and all other
chattels, now or hereafter contain-
ed therein:
has been filed against you and you
arc required to serve a cop) of your
answer or other pleading lo thi Bill
of Complaint upon MltiNDER and
11LOOM. Attorneys for ihe Plaintiff.
Hun N.K. 185th Street, North Miami.
Florida, and file the original answer
or other pleading in the i >ffi<-<- .r the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Is Miami.
Florida, .hi or before Ihe -'Tth day ..t
April, li'iit, otherwise If yogf all t..
so do, a Decree !'r< Confesso will ba
entered against you tot the relief de-
manded in tlie Itlll of Complaint.
DATED at Miami. Florida, thle 25th
daj >.f March, 1M4.
E. B I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of ih<- Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
(seal) By: C. I". COPBUAN11
Deputy clerk
:: 27. S-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62373-A
lii RE: Estate of
.Mm.i.ik EISNER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All l*ersons Hav-
'"iiin> ..r Demands Against Bald
estate:
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
FROM
CAYRE'S INTERNATIONAL
IMPORTS
845 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
JE 8-1469
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To All of Our Friends
and Patrons from
SADYE NATHAN
BEAUTY SALONS
1638 EUCLID AVE.
Miami Beach
JE 8-9294
To All Greetings
KELLY APPLIANCES
(Franchise Dealer
Frigid* ire RCA
Victor Hot Point
SALES & SERVICE
1320 N.E. 163rd St.
N. Miami Beach
PHONE 949-1112
J. H. (Jim) Kelly, Owner
tou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present nnj claims and d< -
man.ls which you may have ouainet
the estnte of MOLL IK KISNKI: de-
ceased late of Made County* Florida,
to the County Judsjes of Bade County,
ami file id.- same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 738.tSi Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
i> Cm ih..us.' in Dade County, Plor-
ida, n'ltnln si\ calendar months from
the time of first pubiloatlon hereof,
or the sain.' will la- l.arred.
Dated ill Miami. Florida, this ZSth
.l.n oi February, A.I'. IHi.
HARRY I.. CVPKN
As Co-Kxeeotor
Firsi publication of this notice on
the -Tth day of March, 1964,
IRVING i'YI'KN LAW OFFICES
Attorney fi r Estate
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
I Miami Beach, Florida
___________________-}j: 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the iinih-isimi.il, iiesiilns to enicafci
in business under the fictitious name
of CHATEAU APARTMENTS al
ISilT-1559 Euclid Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerh of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HIS Klltl.ANIi
Mol.I.IK KCRLAND
RICHARD A MM.SON.
in.', I.in,,.In Road,
I Miami Beach, Fla.
' Atlorne)s for i'hat
an Apartments
_ 3 27 I '' 10-17
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV
THE AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO Al.l. To Wlln.M THESE PRE-
SENTS SUM.I. COMB, GREETINGS:
Whereas, MAL-VIN ENGI.ANDEIt,
MIAMI BEACH, Florida: JACK .1
GOLD, MIAMI BEACH, h'LORIDA;
1.1 irr mm: i ii.i:\'ii:, M i a m i
BEACH. FLORIDA did on the 28th
day of September, AD 1958, cause to
be Incorporated under ihe laws of
the Mate of Florida GOLDEN BEACH
Ai'is. INC., a corporation, with iis
principal place of business at Miami
Beach. Dade County In the State
of Florida, and whereas such corpora-
tion did on Ihe 1>Ili day of March.
A.D. 1H64. cause to be filed in the
office of the Becretarj ihe state of Florida, ihe documentary
authority required uml* r Section
808.27, Florida Statutes, showing the
dissolution of such corporation.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
States docs hereby certify to the fore-
RoliiK and that he Is satisfied that
tile requirements of the law have
been complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and have af-
: fixed the Great Seal of the State
I of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capl
| ial. this the Nineteenth day
March! a.d. 1164,
1SKAI.)
TOM ADAMS
; I > ol St.itc
of


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Friday, March 27, 196
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
28th DAY
MARCH
15th DAY
NISAN
to L/Joit ana Uci$r families
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, Director
Rev. Jacob B. Katz Rev. Velvel Shulman
KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSE.
Sales Manager: Abe Novagradsky
Morris Groger
Mark Wexler
STORE MANAGERS
George Klein
Morris Rubin
Supervisor: Phillip Katz
Sidney Sugarman
Al Wagner
NOW 5 KOSHER MEAT STORES
2091 Coral Way, Miami
19th St. at Alton Road
163rd St. Shopping Center
Coral Way at S.W. 87th Ave.
Westchester Shopping Plaia
10th St. & Washington Ave.
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


"{Jewish IFloridLian
Miami, Florida. Friday. March 27. 1964
Sec' on C
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I
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<_MoscS ^Warns 'PLradt to 'JZet i


Paqe 2-C
+Jetvlst) nor id/it r
Friday, March 27. 1964
We Extend
Sincere Good Wishes
To the Entire Jewish
Community .
for a Most Happy,
Passover
PH vrr
"- '-'
THE
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
K AND TRUST COMPANY IV
At Miami
- Alfred I. duPont Building
Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,
Federal Reserve System, Florida National Group
To Our Many friends and Patrons
PASSOVER GREETINGS
King Cole Beauty & Barber Supply
5717 S.W. 8th St.
Miami, Fla.
Ph. 661-7663
Broward County Free Phone
525-3308
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PHIL CROTEAU
CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE
and STORE FIXTURES
7000 Coral Way
Phone MO 1 4696
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 NW 60th STREET NE 5-1389
GREETINGS!!
Smith Hamilton Shop
GRINDING SERVICE
131 S.W. 8th STtEET
PHONE FR 3-250*
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LAMP & SHADE CENTER
LAMP SHADES READY-MADE & CUSTOM-MADE
1626-A Alton Road
(Near Lincoln Road)
Ph. JE 8-0564
Miami Beach, Fla.
MrWNMI
ic CARPETS + FLOOR COVERING by
MANOELL AND CO.
Ull ALTON ROAD (Nr. Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-1*47
Happy Passover to All Our Friends and Patrons
COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLY CO.
54 Southwest Sixth Street
Telephone FR 4-6444
R. J. WAINWRIGHT & SONS
Established 1937 Manufacturers Representative Paper Products
SERVING fLORIDA I0BBIKS OVtR tIGHTUN TEARS
254 OAK AVE., Coconut Grove P.O. Box 108 Phone HI 3-1621
THE ORDER OF THE SEDER PLATE IS CLEARLY DEFINED.
Passover and its Lavishly Colorful Ritual
By JACOB L. CHERNOFSKY
a^F all the holidays wh.ch
serve to maintain the con-
tinuity of Jewish tradition, none
is more lavishly adorned with
colorful ritual than Passover,
which probably accounts tor Un-
popularity ol the te>tival among
Jews of all ages.In all parts ot
the world. H'hiie tl.e harried
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
Mayor and Mrs. Lee Howard
SURFSIDE MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
VILLAGE FLORIST
"FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS"
838 E. 9th STREET H1ALEAH
Phone 885-3231
TO ALL GREETINGS
HOWARD AYARES
PLYMOUTH
5600 W. Flagler St.
LOWEST PRICES ON THE NEW PLYMOUTH AND VAJ.IANT
MO 6-8511
We Give Expert Service on All Chrysler Products
PLEASE COME IN TO SEE US
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ALEX MILLIGAN
* Marine Surveying Organ\J&ic>h *
Marine Insurance Surveying Yacht and Vessel Surveyinq
Manne Consultants and Engineers Appeal and Inspection
P.O. Box 50-126, Gratigny Station
Miami, Florida
Phone: PL 7-9622
Res.: Wl 7-5125
Jewish housewife may justifi-
ably complain about the rigors
and burdens of preparing for the
festival it is this very abund-
ance of ritual which sets Pass-
over apart from the other noli-
days.
Occupying the focal position in
the ritual is. of course, the mat
zoh. which, down through the
ages, has acquired a distinctive
accumulation of tradition all its
own. The importance of mat
zoh in Jewish life has been evi-
dent throughout Jewish history
in the attention given to its pre-
paration and distribution l>>
nearly every Jewish community
in the world. The significance
of matzoh in religious observ-
ance has not been overlooked
Holiday Greetings to All
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MFG. CO.
MORRIS GOLDVVAG
All Kinds of Caps for
Men, Women, Children
467 W. FLAGLER ST.
Miami FR 1-4652
Holiday Greetings
Josefs
Pastry Shop
Winner of 1 st and two 2nd
Silver Medals in the
Culinary Art Show at
M.B. Auditorium 1960
1098 Normandy Dr., MB.
Marine Engine Overhaul
and Installation
Disfribufors
Universal Marine Engines
MIAMI MARINE
ENGINEERS, INC.
418 S.W. 2nd AVENUE
Miami 36, Florida
C. A. tauter
Telephone 373-6669
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Friday. March 27, 1964
even In recent years by the Sov-
iet Government which has ban-
ned ils preparation in the- Rus-
sian >tnic bakeries.
In Biblical limes, matzoh was
, used not. only on Piissover. hut
throtitthout the year in connec-
tion with certain Temple ser-
vices where the unleavened bread
symbolized purity while yeast in
the dough was considered to sig-
nify the evil impulse "which
causes a ferment in the heart."
Orl Tradition
In connection with Passover,
however, matzoh recalled the
hurried departure from Egypt
commemorated by the holiday
and was designated by the Bible
as "the bread of affliction" re-
minding us of the unhappy so-
journ of the Israelites in Egypt.
While the Torah gives no de
scription of matzoh and mentions
nothing concerning its prepara-
tion, oral tradition has specified
' its characteristics which are sim-
ilar to the flat breads of the
Middle East and some Scandi-
navian countries.
That matzoh is the "poor
man's bread," is borne out by the
medieval poet Abraham ibn Ez-
ra, who. in an account of a visit
to London in the twelfth cen-
tury, writes that inmates of
prisons in England were given
unleavened bread, "the bread of
affliction."
The Zohar, on the other hand,
has a different view of matzoh
which it calls "heavenly bread"
and declares that it is a symbol
ol freedom and idealism. Mat-
zoh, according to the Zohar,
was to cure Israel and prepare
the people for the acceptance of
the Torah. ,
Special Cure
The elaborate procedures con-
nected with the preparation of
matzoh for Passover have always
been based on the requirement
that special care be exercised
that the wheat not become leav-.
ened either by rain swelling the
grains or by moistening of the
flour or by excessive kneading
or slow baking. Extensive rab-
binic literature exists with de-
tailed descriptions of these re-
quirements, and the subject has
also been depicted in numerous
paintings and engravings dating
back hundreds of years.
About the middle of the nine-
teenth century, the invention of
the first matzoh making ma-
chine bv an Austrian Jewish bak-
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by the Joint Distribution Committee, with United Jewish Ap-
peal funds, to 120.000 people in nine European countries. In
er promised to bring about pro-
found changes in the prc-Pass-
over activities familiar to most
Jewish families.
Many at first objected to the
innovation mainly on religious
grounds. The earliest machines,
in an attempt to preserve the
round shape of the matzoh, cut
off the corners of the product
in a subsequent operation. This
prolonged the process and gave
rise to the fears of fermentation
of the dough. The adoption of
the square shape, however, re-
moved much of the objection, al-
though hand-made matzoh is still
used by many Jews even today.
Artistic Design
The characteristic feature of
all matzot, whether machine or
hand-made, is the pattern of per-
forations across the entire sur-
face. The purpose of the per-
forations is to ensure that in the
baking process, the heat will
penetrate the dough and keep it
from rising and swelling.
Centuries ago, both the per-
foration patterns and the shape
of the matzoh itself were fre-
quently in me torm of various
artistic figures. The figures
were usually those of animals,
flowers and geometric shapes.
Although some authorities ob-
jected to the use of any shapes
in the perforation or of the mat-
zoh itself on the grounds that
such adornment might prolong
the processing time and give rise
to leavening, Maimonides ruled
that any fancy design is permit-
ted if made by a professional
baker since he is able to work
rapidly.
Thus molds of various designs
are known to have existed for
use in making matzoh and de-
vices for making fancy perfora-
tions have been preserved. To-
day, however, although the mass-
production methods of matzoh
preparation are used by manu-
facturing firms in various parts
of the world, the simplicity of
shape is uniformly retained to
conform with the characteristic
of matzoh as "the bread of af-
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Helpful Guide to Your Passover Questions
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why* do we pour drops of wine
from the cup when mention-
ing plagues during the
Seder?
A number of reasons are giv-
en for this practice. Some con-
tend that the pouring out of
drops makes the contents of the
cup diminish and symbolizes the
fact that after every plague the
number of Egyptians decreased
in the land. Others contend that
the spilling of the ,wine indi-
cates that we recall the plagues
with regret, since one should al-
ways be sad at afflictions that
happen to human beings, no mat-
ter who they are.
The medieval German Kab-
balists explain that altogether
there are sixteen drops that are
poured from the cup and that
these drops represent the six-
teen sides of the Almighty's
sword which he wields when he
brings affliction upon the sin-
ners.
*
What is the proper way to pour
these drops, from the cup di-
rectly or with one's finger?
Some authorities claim that
the drops should be directly
emitted from the cup. It was
once even customary to pour the
drops directly on the ground.
Rabbi Isaac "LurFC The Kabbal-
ist, ordained that the drops be
poured directly from the cup
into a broken vessel. Some claim
that the drops should be spilt
with the forefinger because it
would be svmbolic of 'the finger
of God" (Exodus 8-15) which
was evident during the plagues
in Egypt.
Some contend that the drops
should be spilt with the little
finger. Others claim it should
be done with the fourth finger
because this is the finger in
which the Almighty smote the
Egyptians. (Pirke D'Rabbi
Eliezer). Among the Yemenite
Jews only the head of the house-
hold spilt the drops while the
rest offered responses. They
were spilt into an old vessel
which was then thrown out with
its contents far away from the
house, as if to demonstrate that
such plagues should never hap-
pen to this house. In Italy it
was the custom to spill the wine
into a dishful of water.
In Kurflisten. it was custom-
ary to spill the -drops into an
empty egg-shell which was lat-
er filled with tobacco, bitters,
etc.. unJ then thrown away. II
is interesting to note that some
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cause it would be a needless de-
struction of useful food.

Why do the traditional Hag-
gadahs contain a set of words
in the beginning, each of
which refers to another part
of the Seder?
Actually, this is similar to a
table of contents. However,
that alone was not in its purpose
since many communities tradi-
tionally sing this collection oi
words indicating that there is
some connection between them.
Basically these words were put
at the beginning of the Seder to
indicate and remind the observ-
er that the Seder must have a
special order. It is claimed
that Rabbi Solomon Bar Isaac,
the famous Rashi, originated
these words as we use them
Most Jews today announce each
of these words before the respec-
tive part of the Seder takes
place. The Sephardic Jews sing
these words together musicallj
before the Seder begins and tin n
repeat each word before and in-
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in these words a Kabbalis'u- mi
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sage, of ethics which taught the
inciivi-'ual the proper way of
life.
-:. :: t
Why does the housewife spread
out ten pieces of bread
through the different rooms
of the house before the mas-
tfr'- of the house searches for
the leaven on the night be-
fore Passover?
Putting the crumbs out in sen
era! ;v a practical matter since
a blessing is pronounced belon-
the s< arch for the leaven in
spite of the fact that by that
lime the house has alreadj been
completely cleansed of leaven.
The housewife, there! ore, puts
these crumbs out so that the
benediction and search shall not
be in vain; and morally speak-
ing t'r.i rabbis say that as pure
as a man might be. he can al-
trays ffntl some blemish in fri>
own'character it he looks hard
enough
The particular number of ten
is saia to be an allegorical refer-
ence, either to the ten sons of
Hainan, who plotted to annihilate
the Jews on the thirteenth clay
of NtHD (the day preceding the
night on which we search for the
leaven) or to the ten spheres of
holiness which the Kabbalists
speak of; perhaps also to the
ten commandments whose viola-
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Stary cf the Egyptian Exodus Revisited
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IN, (.mr \iwu linn' in the United
States, the Passover holiday
hat become one ol those joy-
ous eight-da} periods when fam-
ilies meet at the Seder table,
where the youngest child in the
family makes h his business to
commit to memory the Four
Questions, and "hen commercial
food firms pound at the Jew Ish
consumer what is and what i>
not kosher lor Passover.
It i harJly to be wondered
that the basic and ultimate is-
sues on which Passover's tradi-
tions are founded seem to be
swallowed by the semi-business-
like, semi-happy spirit of the
holiday. We tend to forget that
behind the Seder table, the mat-
zoh. the a-kni^. ol the questions,
the "gathering of the elan."
there are matters that truly
count and which have played a
major role in the continuing
survival and redemption of the
Jewish people.
Purpose of Exodus
The story of the Exodus is. of
course, central to the story of
Passover. The Hebrews, under
the leadership of Moses, even-
tually leave the land of Egypt
Members of the chorus in their roles as Israelite slaves sing
the story* of their enslavement and of the cruelties oi the new
Pharaoh during recent television presentation of Handel's
"Israel in Egypt," offered by the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America and '.he Public Affairs Department of the
American Broadcasting Company.
and are destined to arrive, after
forty years of wandering in the
wilderness, at the PxOmised
Land. Surely, everyone. non-
Jew as well as Jew. is familiar
with the narrative. Yet we
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of that People on the soul of the
Promised Land.
Major Event
A noted Jewish scholar, Theo-
dor H. Gaster, has observed
that the story ol the Exo;ius is
not really the central theme ot
the Seder. It is, according to
Dr. Gaster, only its highlight.
And here is Dr. Gastcr's explana-
tion: "In Jewish tradition, the
deliverance from Egypt is im-
portant only because it paved
the way to Sinaithat is, to Is-
rael's voluntary acceptance of
its special and distinctive mis-
sion; and what the Seder nar-
rative relates is the whole story
of how Israel moved progres-
sively from darkness to light,
from the ignorance and shame
of idolatry to the consciousness
and glory of its high adventure.''
Briefly, then, Passover means
more than a communal meal,
eaten under definite rules and
in a certain order. These are
the surface manifestations of
the holiday. In depth and in
truth, Passover marks a major
event in the collective history of
the Jewish people, an event
which led to the creation of a
nation and one with a special
mission.
Thus, Passover is both a re-
ligious and a nationalistic holi-
day. The Hebrew people of an-
cient times, held in bondage as
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they were, required God's aid
to win their freedom. But it
took more than prayer and blind
relief. These people, harrieJ
and worn and without a heritage
of freedom, had to help them-
selves, too. They had to decide
t" leave Egypt. They had to
fight to survive, as human be-
ings and as a group, in the
desert. Man, helped by God.
must help himself. This, clear-
ly is one message of Passover.
It carries over clearly to the
people of modern Israel, who
are wresting new life from the
ancient soil, and who are de-
pending upon themselves to de-
fend that which they have held
against implacable enemies for
more than a decade.
Significant Seder
Secondly, the redemption of
he Hebrews, which occurred in
the days of Moses, was not a
guarantee of eternal deliverance.
Each generation, which reminos
itself of the Passover story
through the rereading of the
Haggadah, must, in its own time,
do battle for its own liberty and
cannot depend on what happen-
ed in the past. Yes, the past
has lessons to teach, but when
we deliberately, through tradi-
tional and ritual, recall the past
and its high moments, we are
on the path of redemption in our
own time.
Therefore, in celebrating Pass-
over, we are doing more than
abiding by ancient rules govern-
ing a 'family meal." And it
becomes trivial to seek out all
of these Passover foods which,
in effect, allow us to eat every-
thing we eat at any other per-
iod of the year, except for bread.
It is. of course, accurate to state
that the Seder has become a
psychologically significant fac-
tor in Jewish survival. Yet the
Seder itself is not the same
everywhere in the world.
Melford Spiro, in his excellent
sociological study entitled "Kib-
butzVenture in Utopia," deals,
in part, with the Jewish holidays
and how they are observed in
an Israeli kibbutz and how they
are altered to fit the modern
communal patterns of the kib-
butzniks who wish to retain
their Judaism but make it mean-
ingful to their own age.
The Kibbutz Federation has
composed its own Haggadah,
and Prof. Spiro adds, "It has
added passages from Biblical
and traditional Jewish literature,
modern Hebrew poetry, and
readings written by members of
the kibbutzim." It is signifi-
cant that the Israelis do not
stress the Exodus, because they
already have, in a sense, made
the return home. Instead, "all
Continued on Pa.^e 15-C
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to young Jewish men. to prepare
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, *Vm"*#? n Page 9-C
in its earliest day the "Techni-
Kuiu'-.starte.l in 1912.
Launching of the builciing to
house the new school was a high
point in the history of the quiet
seaport town of Haifa, whose
Jewish population "in those days
was a decided minority. When
the first World War erupted in
1914, plans for the Institute were
.-helved. The school building
was taken over by the ruling
military authorities in Haifa-
first, the Turks, and later, the
British.
Shortage of Funds
After the war, the school
building was- returned to its
rightful owners and plans for the
implementation of the dream of
esiablishing an engineering in-
stitute proceeded afresh.
There were so many problems
and so many hardships in those
early days. First, a controversy
raged over the language of in-
struction to bf used in the school.
Tho-e |who propounded the use
of Hebrew were jeered by the
exponents of German, who chal-
lenged the feasibility of teaching
science in the ancient language
of the Bible. The Hebraists per-
sisted and the language of in-
struction that was adopted for
the school was Hebrew. The
coining of new terms, using an-
cient Biblical concepts, became
a major preoccupation for many.
Bui this was only one problem.
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There was a shortage of funds,
inmost from the very day tin-
school opened. Suitable teach-
ers were not easy to com eby.
.lobs lor engineers in those days
crs were not easy to come by.
of the Institute remained on an
unsure footing for many years.
In the winter months, roots
leaked and electric power often
failed. But this was the era of
the 1920's in Palestine. In the
valleys of Beisan and Jezrcel,
Jewish men and women, imbued
with a sense of purpose such as
the world has -seldom seen,
fought against the ravages of
malaria, and against the on-
slaughts of Arab' marauders, so
as to lay the fmfn'rfatrOn for the
future Jewish homeland.
Against this background, the
students and the teachers and
the administrators of the Tech-
nical Institutenow .known as
the Tcchnionpersevered. They
dared not fail. The school was
destined to become a major cor-
nerstone of the ftfTHfeire >:of the
Jewish State. TTiejr carrier] on.
their faith and their confidence
unflagging.
Years Race Ahead
The years raced on. Bit by
bit, the Technion grew, adding
to its enrollment, to its faculty,
to its curriculum.
In 1933, in the United States
and in much of the free world,
a severe economic depression
hovered like a black cloud; in
Germany, in the land of engi-
Deering and science, t'.ie forces
of tyranny seized power, and
started the world on the road to
the most destructive war in re-
cur.'cd history.
Thousands of Jewish refugees,
first from Germany and later
also from Austria and Czecho-
slovakia, reached the haven of
Palestine in those black years,
just before the first Nazi troops
began their march of conquest.
Among these Jewish escapees
were outstanding men of science,
and every effort was made to
bring as many of them as pos-
sible into the family of Tcch-
nion, not only for their sake, but
to raise the standards of teach-
ing and research at the Insti-
tute.
Many a professor who knew
not even a word of Hebrew upon
his arrival in Haifa became
quickly acclimated to the new-
life in Palestine and to the chal-
lcngth position he filled on the
faculty of the still-modest school
called the Technion.
The outbreak of war in 1939
virtually froze the modest rate
of growth that the Technion had
experienced up to then. Teach-
ers and students volunteered to
fight the common enemy. The
Jewish Brigade, fighting along-
side the British forces, was
The war ended. Thousands of
Continued on Page 10-C
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Emergence of a Great Engineering School
Continued from Page 9-C
sprinkled with Technion person-
nel.
survivors of the Nazi murder
camps hraved the might of the
Britsh Navy and reached the
shores of Palestine the pres-
sure for the establishment of an
independent Jewish State reach-
ed the boiling point, and in 1948,
the State of Israel proclaimed
its independence.
In the first years of Israels
existence, the student bo:ly ol
the Technion numbered 500and
the need for engineers and tech-
nicians and qualified men to as-
sume key roles in government
and in industry became a matter
of immediate urgency.
The leaders of Israel sought the
counsel of friends of Israel
abroad, particularly the leader-
ship of the American Technion
Society, a comparatively small
group of scientific-minded men
who had for many years been
interested in bringing the impact
of science to bear upon the Jew-
ish settlement in Palestine.
The leaders of Israel and the
leaders of the American Tech-
nion Society looked at the Tech-
nion. and said: We mustwe ab-
solutely must transform this
fine school into a large, modern
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sciences.
The Technion, they realized,
was to become the sole source
of trained and qualified engi-
neering manpower for an ex-
panding Israel, whose economic
salvation lay in a highly indus-
trialized society.
Plans Drawn Up
Plans were drawn up. revuu
ed, discussed and revised, and
finally adopted. An historic site
encompassing 300 acres on a
slope of Mount Carmcl was
handed over to the Technion by
the Government of Israel, to be-,
come the future campus of the
Institute.
Throughout the free world,
particularly in the United States,
strenuous efforts were made to
acquaint the community with the
role of the Technion, and to en-
list widespread support in its be-
half. Meetings were held, and
new friends swiftly rallied to
the banner of Technion. Funds
for the Technion began to come
in and quickly translated into
buildings on the new campus,
providing classrooms. laborator-
ies, workshops, libraries, dormi-
tories, and other facilities of a
modern university
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The Technion grew, ar ;in t()
its faculty, expanding its curri-
culum, widening its : search
work, and each year tur.-.ng out
more and more trained er {ineeri
and architects and search
people.
Today, forty years since the
opening of that first class in
1924, the Technion is a- inter-
nationa.'ly-ret*;) ized urlversity
of the engineering sciences, of-
fering the widest possibl- ran^.
of subjects and expanding its
physical facilities with eaoh new
semester. More than 2.5" young
men and women are enrolled in
its Undergraduate School In the
Graduate School. 750 jdents
pursue still higher a.idemic
training. The affiliate: Tech-
nical High School and Junior
Technical College, each geared
to fill particular needs in Is-
rael's economy, total between
them a student body of .nearly
2,000. *^
i
Academic Curriculum \
More than two-thirds c; Tech-
nion's students are enscor.oed on
the new campus. The acidennc
curriculum has stretched into a
wide spectrum encompa-ing all
of modern engineering ar.: tech-
nology chemical engi: 'eruu',
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P 'cturi and tow n planning,
nical engj phj sii -.
iti,n.i-. i hemistry, nucleax
i i iirtical engineering
I en ;ineering, in
il and managenjenl engi-
. cjvjj RRd t'l.cctnc;il en-

eari ts closely link-
,1 Israel's development arc
|] swing on the Techmon
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Beautiful Haggadahs in Jewish History
By JOSEPH W. F.
..... STOPP-ELMAN
^jNE of the great joys of my
^* early youth in The Nether-
lands formed part and panel
of the Seder evenings, it was
the privilege of handling my
father's Haggadah. a somewhat
ragged book over a hundred
years old, and of looking as long
as 1 liked at the quaint engri
ings that illustrated the text.
There was. for example, a pic-
ture in which the wise, the wick
ed and the simple sons executed
a strange dance, led and encour-
aged by "the little fellow who
has nothing to ask." There \va>
another, offering a graphic and
convincingly gruesome represen-
tation of the ten plagues, and a
third in which the people of Is-
rael stood at the very edge of
dry land, staring grimly down
at the waters of the Red Sea in
which the pursuing Egyptians
were drowning in a most order-
ly and decorus manner. But the
engraving I like above all was
that of little Moses, tightly pack-
ed in a small marketing basket,
and shifting down a stretch of
water that looked very much like
the Dutch canals with which I
was familiar.
Years later this early e\peri-
ence with my father's old book
filled me with the desire to dis-
cover what the Haggadahs had
been like at which children of
long-forgotten generations must
have gazed with an awe nnd a
wonder akin to mine And in
the course of time I have had
ample opportunity to fulfil that
v. ish.
.New Treasures
I have span! countless hours in
the Oriental departments of
museum-. -tioth in Europe and
America. and: thanks to the
marvelous perfection of modem
reproduction method-, in the
eoinforr- of my own home, ad-
miring Ihe oltimes highly artis-
tic illustrations and illumina-
tions abundant in the medieval
Haggadahs of France. Italy and
northern Spain; parchment books,
written in clear, beautifully
shaped characters that tell the
wonderful story of the exodus;
books that must have witnessed
the intimate joy of the Seder rites
in countless Jewish families,
throughout four, five-hundred
yearsand even longer.
Through their incorporation
into the riches of museums and
private collections, hundreds of
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these invaluable manuscripts
have been protected again
tilation and final de
Hundreds more must surelj be
hidden among stacks of ai
family documents. gat!:
dust in attics and unsusi
storage places, or in as yet ur.
known "genizah's." Qne
they will come to light
some of the most enthrallin. of
the Haggadahs at present k
to us. were accidentally
ered."
Take, for example, the casi ,>[
Hie so-called Sarajevo Hag
Le-s than 70 years ap> no
knew of its existence outside trw
Cohens, a Jewish family
Ish extraction which for -.
generations had lived m Sara
jevo. then the capital of Bosnia,
The book had for cerrtifrie.
a family heirloom, loved and
treasured; but in 1894 the sud-
den death of the family's bread,
winner forced his w idow to n aS^S
1
ize whatever "valuables" she
possessed. Thus the manuscript
was offered for sale, and imme
diately acquired by the Bosnian
National Museum where it stay-
ed till the occupation of Sara-
jevo by the Nazis, in April, 1941
By this time the "Sarajevo
Haggadah" had attained such in
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Page 13-C
tans, among the first measures
they took, ordered the surrender
of the manuscript. Fortunately
ihe museum director, forcwlkrn-
ed, smuggled the Haggadah out
of the building only an hour or
so before the >Jazi envoy came
to claim it; and until the fall of
Nazism the book was safely hid
den in a remote village where
no one knew of its presence
Now it is back in its old place
and. despite the rather secluded
geographic position of Sarajevo,
more accessible to you and me
than most medieval Ilaggadahs.
A beautiful facsimile of the
entire manuscript and its gor-
geous illustrations and illumina-
tions appeared last year in New
York, its value to the lover of
medieval art gallery greatly in-
creased through the historic
study and explanatory notes
which Cecil Roth, famous Jew-
ish scholar, added to it.
-*:
Playful Defacing
The children of the Cohen
family in Sarajevo must have
d grand times looking at the
olorful pages of their precious
Haggadah, and wondering at the
sketches, in deep blue and red
ink. of fantastic animals, half
dog, half fish, of dragons with
tightly entertwined tails, of
crowing cocks and strange birds
nestling among the ornaments
that fill the margins. .Many
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small fingers must have traced
the glittering gold leaf cover-
ing the initial words of impor-
tant paragraphs; and once or
twice a naughty little Cohen, in
an unguarded moment, doodled
in the wide margin of a finely
iluminated page, filling the space
with meaningless "Pi" and
"2's" but, fortunately, never de
facing the work of the 14th cen-
tury artist.
Indeed, their llaggadah offer-
ed them a great deal more than
did my father's book to me;
for not only are almost all the
pages of the Sarajevo manu-
script decorated with minute
drawings and intricate orna-
mentations of a vast variety, but
it also contains a series of over
30 half and full-page illustra-
tions depicting Jewish history
from the creation to the exodus.
These pages are veritable jew-
els of medieval artistry, of a
charming naivete, primitive in
conception and execution, but
always brilliant in coloring.
They abound in human figures,
from Adam and Eve in Paradise
and Joseph escaping from the
temptations of Potifar's wife, to
the plagues and the triumphant
Exodus. If anything, this riches
of human representations makes
it clear that the medieval Jew,
in contradiction with the gen-
eral belief, did not hesitate to
Introduce the human figure in
the illustrations for bis ritual
books. Figurative art seems, in
fact, to have been quite popular
among the medieval Jews of
western Europe.
Kaufmann Haggadah
Another -.penwskable Hagga-
dah. now easily accessible
through the refined reproduction
possibilities of our day, is the
so-called "Kaufmann Haggadah,"
published by the Hungarian
Academy of Sciences in 1957.
David Kaufmann, a Hungarian
Jew who lived from 1852 till
1839, found this manuscript
among hundreds of documents he
rescued from the immense "gen-
izah," treasure of Cairo, discov-
ered in 1896: the buried rem-
nants of Hebrew writings com-
prising some 200,000 manuscripts
and fragments of manuscripts
that cover a period of more than
1,000 years.
The Kaufmann Haggadah is in
a rather dilapidated state, with
many of its pages torn or crop-
ped, and several that suffered
badly from moisture. Like the
Sarajevo manuscript, it was
most likely written in northern
Spain, round about the year
1370.
The illustrations are beautiful,
often showing much bettter,
more "advanced" draughtsman-
ship than those of the Sarajevo
Haggadah. Yet. they have a
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Continued from Page 13-C
disturbing quality to the Jewish
onlooker. It is. tor instance, a
little strange to find an angel
depicted with the typically
Christian "halo," or to see Jews
praying without a tallis, their
heads uncovered, kneeling and
pressing their fingers together
in the accepted non-Jewish pray-
ing style.
Some scholars have offered a
solution to this problem, name-
ly, that the artist who illuminat-
ed this wonderful manuscript
was not a Jew, but most likely
a Christian illustrator working
too independently from the Jew-
ish scribe who wrote the text.
The faces, dresses, shoes of
the people shown in this Hag-
gahah tell us clearly that the
medieval Jew readily adopted
the hair and dress styles of the
period and the country in which
he happened to live, in this case
southern France, or northern
Spain, round about the town of
Barcelona. Many illustrations
in the Kaufmann manuscript
show this "foreign" influence
very strongly, at the same time
emphasizing that the illustrator
was a far more thorough work-
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artist than the scribe.
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For the text suffers from many
hastily-made corrections, as well
as from deletions and repetitions.
It leaves the impression that the
writer was not too deeply inter-
ested in his task, and rather
pleased to be "through" with it.
Yet, between them these two
men of medieval times created
a splendid work of art, enriched
with a series of beautiful illumi-
nations that spell out the history
of the Jews from the days of
Egyptian bondage to the round-
dance of Miriam and the very
Seder ceremony itself.
Darmsradtar Pesach-Haggadah
The last of the three Hagga-
dahs to be mentioned within the
limited scope of this article is
the so-called "Darmastadter
Pesach-Haggadah," written and
illustrated in Bonn during the
latter half of the 15th century.
This parchment, too, has been
published in full color reproduc-
tion. Here the miniatures are
outstanding for the ?reat skill
with which they were drawn;
they are, in fact, far more ori-
ginal than most Haggadah illus-
trations. Their creator was a
famous Herman artist. Feilbusch
Reiner; he worked in Bonn dur-
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ing the second half of the 15th
century, and is much less of an
imitator of non-Jewish illuminat-
ing art than was the majority of
his contemporaries.
And so, although the originals
of these famous Haggadah man-
uscripts are beyond the re^ch ot
most of usthe first is ir. Sara-
jevo, the second in Budapest,
and the last-mentioned in Darm-
stadtwe can all enjoy their
quaint splendor by buying or
borrowing the stupendously faith-
ful reproductions.
Can anything more enhance
the intimate pleasure of the
Seder evening than to read the
service out loud from a such a
centuries-old Haggadah, to fol-
low the clearly written words on
those parchment pages that
have been seen by counties
eyes? Or to look leisurely, when
the service is over, at the qua^f
iluminations strongly remind
cent of medieval murals, to
recognize the pictures of Mit-
ten plagues, the drowning of the
Egyptian pursuersso very dif-
ferent from the severe black-
and-white engravings that meant
"Pesach" to me in my youth,
yet so very much alike in feel-
ing and significance?
GREETINGS TO MY
BOXING 4 WRESTLIK3
FANS .
CHRIS DUNDEE
Boxing ami Wrtstliitf Pramafer
MIAMI IEACH AUDITORIUM
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MIAMI
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
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FIRE CHIEF
Miami Beach
Florida)


Friday. March 27, 1964
+Jen>ist> Fkrkiian
fhe Few Cups of Wine at the Seder
Page ISC
-.- EUGENE GROSSMAN
t aracteristic feature of the
-live Seder table are the
i\ ine cups uf glass or silver for
In rinkiny of the obligatory
[our cups during the meal. A
ipeclal cup. the most precious of
lu 11 .ill. filled with wine, stands
brim: .1 on the table to welcome
he Prophet Elijah, the fore-
unni of the .Messianic Age.
Tht vivid and impressive de-
icription of Elijah in the Bible
jtirred the imagination of poets,
pud he became the center of
| ost-i iblical literature, particul-
arly n the llagadah and Mid-
ash. The cup of Elijah oc-
upie- a place of honor on the
leder table, and during the ser
ice ic doot is open to welcome
the ': rophet. the harbinger of
Ivfitron and consolation. His
nanv. however, appears only
once in the text of the Haggadah
in the Grace after Meals, as it
is said throughout the year.
Heralded as the forerunner
and the announcer of the Mes-
siah. Elijah occupies a promi-
nent place in Cabbalistic lore.
He is depicted as a miraculous
healer of the sick, as a peace-
maker between father and chil-
dren before the awesome Dav of
Judgment On the Seder table
the goblet of Elijah is ready In,'
him because he is going to come
of an unknown guest.
For God Almighty had promis-
ed:
Behold. I will scH:i you
Elijah the prophet
Before the morning
Of the great and terrible day
of the Lord.
Malaohi (3. 23-2-1 >
*The Egyptian Exodus Revisited
Continued from Page 7-C
Mho readings stress the twin
flthomt.s of spring and freedom."
So, slowly, oven the themes
change somewhat under differ-
lont conditions. Nevertheless,
T"
GREETINGS
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Tropical
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Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
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Bldg. 14 Phone TU 8-8459
Miami
Dr. and Mrs.
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AND FAMILY
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tor a
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GABLES
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2601 S.W. 37th Ave.
Coral Gables
Phone HI 6-1217
one of the older ehaverim said
to Prof. Spiro that he missed
the beauty of the Seder of his
childhood, which was tradition-
al, and other kibbutz elders
agreed with him.
portofixo
Sends
GREETINGS
to
ALL
HIS FRIENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
CARPET CO., INC.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Ph. 635-0902
John A. Baker, President
LMiBjiuiLi--r Tm*tmmm
Greater Miami's Oldest !> Largest
GREETINGS
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FLOWER SHOP
Our Wedding Work is Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
"A Complete Floral Service"
Art with Flowers
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Passover Greetings from
Vivian Pellegrino, Owner
Mama Vi-Vi's
Restaurant
Italian & French Cuisine
1957-71 st Street
UN 6-7047
Normandy Isle
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
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In The Heart of Miami
312 N. E. First Street
PHONE FR 3-2671
Cup of Elijah, silver, Russia
1819. The Messiah, son of
David, rides on a donkey
preceded by the Prophet Eli-
jah, shown blowing the ram's
horn, as King David with
harp enters Jerusalem.
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FR 9-9837
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"We Service All Makes"
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Ph. 751-9173
Miami, Fla.
GREETINGS
from
YOUNG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
MIAMI WATER HEATER
COMPANY
Ph. 633-2656
Ph. NE 5-6715
1334 N.W. 29th STREET
PASSOVER GREETINGS
From
LYONS FOOD
PRODUCTS
224 NE 68th STREET
Miami, Florida
Tel. 751-3450
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
GARY STEEL
SUPPLY COMPANY
"Service Our Motto"
7070 N.W. 35th AVENUE
Ph. 696-5621
Miami, Florida
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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FLIGHT TRAINING AVIATION SCHOOL
AIRCRAFT SALES & BROKERAGE
AIR CHARTERS ANYWHERE ANY TIME
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Dial 887-5654
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
"2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER"
CARL'S DRIVE IN TELEVISION
AND RADIO SERVICE
(22nd & FLAGLER) 1 GLEN ROYAL PARKWAY
Phone NE 4-8402
54th STREET DRIVE-IN 1630 N.W. 54th STREET
Dial OX 1-5252
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DAMN YANKEE RESAURANT
"JUST GOOD FOOD"
We Close on Saturdays
6115 N.W. 27th AVE. Ph. 691-9968
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MESTRE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
* SALES & SERVICE
Repairing of Heavy Contractors Equipment
5015 N.W. 79th AVENUE
Phone TU 7-1535
Passover Greetings from
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5822 SUNSET DR. South Miami MO 6-2575
Happy PassoverCompliments of
MIAMI DYNAMITE CO.
165 Madeira Ave. Coral Gables Tel. 445-6477
Happy Passover Compliments of
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6600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Ph. 758-3601
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
HANDELL PRINTING CORP.
2157 N.W. 36th STREET
NE 5-5824


Page 16-C
*. knisti flurikMbfi
Friday, March 27, 1964
TO ALL
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
GARNER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
(Established 1928)
GENERAL INSURANCE SURETY BONDS
MORTGAGE LOANS INVESTMENTS
8015 N.E. 2nd AVE. Ph. PL 9-2429
Miami, Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI LINCOLN MERCURY
BODY SHOP
602 N.W. 83rd Street, Miami
Phone: 759-4485
Complete Collision Repairs & Painting
All Makes of Cars
Dee Dee Lorences
Felix Vicknair
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
FROM
Mayer Arthur I. Snyder
AND FAMILY
North Miami Beach, Florida
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
CORAL GABLES AUTO SERVICE
ir QUALITY PAINT & BODY WORK *
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
141 San Lorenzo Ave. Ph. HI 4-2554
CORAL GABLES Nite Phone CA 1-4422
TROPICAL AUTO SERVICE
2240 N.W. 54th STREET
Tel. 635-1455
Passover Greetings to the Entire Jewish Community
Compliments of
ATOMIC LIGHTING INC.
6780 S.W. 81st TER. MO 7-8833
Passover Greetings to All
YOUR FULLER BRUSH MAN
5800 N.W. 7th AVENUE PL 8-2321
Happy Passover to All
STEELMAN CATERERS
1009 S.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. HI 3-2826
"One o' the Notion's
Oldest and largest"
0ade Federal
Savings and Loan Association of Miami .
Miami, Florida
JOSEPH M. UPION President
Ureeting* to the
.IIWHSll COMMUNITY
of South Florida
on the
PASSOYKIt HOLIDAYS

BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
to our many
Friends and Customers
Jr CtSBOVr \-jrcctincjs
PURE BEEF
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PASTRAMI CORNED BEEF TONGUES
AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS, INC.
Miami New York Timpi Atlanta
SPONSORS
OF THE
'TORAH HOUR'
Each Sunday Neon
WEDR FM
Rabbi TiborH. Stern


T "dfewisli Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday, March 27. 1964
Section D
\T/ie iSfnfant ^/VLoses is JLjiscovered in the Jjulrushe


Page 2-D
+Jmist ncridfian
Friday. March 27, 1964
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ASK FOR
BAKERY PRODUCTS
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.
AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET
Phone 533-4445
To Our Friends in the South Florida
Jewish Community We Extend Our Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
VIENNA SAUSAGE
MANUFACTURING CO.
Phone FR 1-6551 2181 N.W. 10th Avenue
. Extends Best Wishes
for a Very Happy Passover
THE WALDMAN HOTEL
On the Ocean at 43rd Street
BILL AUSTIN FORD, Inc.
HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES IATEST EQUIPMENT FOB SERVICE
"WE APPRECIATE DOING BUUNISS WITH TOU"
3801 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone NE 5-0311
TO ALL .GREETINGS
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300 1st National Bank Bldg., Coral Gables, Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
PEE WEE BOTTLING CO.
OF FLORIDA
788 SE 8th Street, Hialeah TU 8-9883
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
LUMBER YARDS. INC.
LESTER GERSHEN and DAVID LEVINE
12G1 -20th STREET. Miami Beach JE 2-2443
Greetings
ARCO NOTIONS & TRIM COMPANY
& MANUFACTURERS
Trimming for All Manufacturing Trade
Complete line for Department, Variety and Fabric Stares WHOLESALE
20 N.E. 17th STREET FR 4 8551
LITTLE RIVER KNIT SHOP
WISHES AIL A HAPPY HOLIDAY
KNITTING BLOCKING ALTERATIONS
8234 N.E. 2nd AVENUE PL 4-3121
GREETINGS...
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
All fOKMS Of INSURANCE
113 ALMERIA AVENUE CORAL GABIES
Phone HI 3-2555
"Crossing of the Red Sea." a painting by Hyp- hand over the sea and divide it; and the chil
polite Flandrin. "And the Lord said unto dren of Israel shall go into the midst ct the
Moses: 'Lift up thy rod and stretch out thy sea by dry ground'." lExod. 14:15-16).
Ageless Appeal of Passover Celebration
By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
MAN invariably yearns for
those things of which he
has been deprived. During the
long and crucial millennia ol
its existence, the Jewish people
have often been forced into bit-
ter awareness of the absence of
right and justice in their relent-
lessly persecuted lives and of
the humiliating recognition of
how small a part their han
minority played in the affairs oi
an inimical world, which repeat-
edly imposed its iron will upon
them.
In our eager .-earth for the
source of the festival, it becomes
evident th;.t the seasonal tran-
sition from icy winter to balmy-
spring has been one of the main
factors. From hoary antiquity
on, thi- always has been the time
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR.
CHIEF OF POLICE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SAL BIONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET-No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
fi r eager planting as v
birth of the firstlings if the
[lock.
Around this period if uel.
ci me change, filled Llh the
hopes and anxieties of the peo-
ple it naturally evokes, lave ac-
cumulated customs an all directed to the game end that
life shall prosper, tha- people
should not want and live in
peace and harmony. Vo man-
kind everywhere, springtime
means a happy feeling of re-
newal and release associated
with our two spring festival!,
l'urim and Passover.
Importance of Nij i
The Feast of Unleavened
Bread, the bread of affliction, be-
gins on the 14th of Ni >n (the
first Seder night being i elebrat-
ed on Mar. 27) and la I eight
days. It commemorate; Israel's
redemption from Egyp i slav-
ery, a memorial forever
The evening before ie first
F. H. MILLER GARAGE
Complete Auto Service
Phone HI 3-7802
3300 SW 8th STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
AMERICAN EXTERMINATORS
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
PHONE JE 8-6140
IT IS OUR PLEASURE
SfRVING YOU .
ALLIED
lAIM I I
SEBYICE
299 NE 59th Ter ic
Phone PL 1-76::
SEASONS GREETINGS
THE HACK FAMILY
MIAMI FOOD STORE
65 N. E. 14th Street
Phone FR 3-2033
Visit Our Store on U". L
Plantation Key. Florida
"Key Payfair"
A HAPPY PASSO3
Hofmann's
Garage
131 Alton Road
JE 4-2305


Friday. March 27, 1964
*Jfwi*fi Ftnridton
Seder i- called "the flight of ob-
servance" (Lil Shtmurim), be-
cause "he Almighty's infinite
love h; I for a long time been
directed to the night of deliv-
erance of the cruelly-enslaved
Hebrew! trom Egypt in which
trie X*".- perceived one of the
greateel acts of their God.
Because of its profound and
extraordinary significance, both
for the popular consciousness
and tli- historical life of Israel,
the month of the redemption
from Fgypt became the first
month as ordered by the Al-
mighty And the Lord spoke
onto Moses savins: "This month
shall h- unto yon the beginning
ol mon,.',s: it shall be the first
month jf the year to you."
(Erfodtol 12:2.1
Passover's Significance
Time arfd events have greatly
heightened the significance of
l'a--:v- Considered before
only ai a series "i restive days
to rem< mber forever the deliv-
erance of a small people from
cruel bondage, it now assumed
the symbolic meaning of human
Ireedom in general and of the
the universal hope for the end ot
all oppression the world over.
Thus Passover stands for dig-
nity and equality for all man-
kind.
History and legend, laws and
customs and a vast literature in
general, which, since Biblical
times, nas grown up around it.
as well as the many and varied
aspects of the Passover festival
to which great teachers, think-
ers and writers, poets and ar-
tists of all ages have contribut-
ed, are being revived in the sol-
emn celebration of this dearly
loved festival, which carries its
ageles;; message to all.
It has been said: "In every
generation, each person is oblig-
ed to look upon himself as if he
persona.'.y had come out of
Egypt" (Passover Haggadah).
Today, not only physical prepar-
edness alone is required of us,
but also a spiritual prepared-
ness, for the lives of the Jews,
the psysical and the spiritual,
are closely linked together in the
celebration of our festivals.
The redemption from evil has
always been a timely story for
the Jews, for it is the moving
tale of the special Divine Provi-
dence which alone determines
the fate of our people. The story
of Israel's bitter enslavement
and miraculous deliverance am-
Continued on Page 5-D
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FOR A
KAPPY PASSOVER
C. L. CLEMENTS
Insurance Agency, Inc.
11 CO LINCOLN ROAD
IE 8 7403
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CENTER
PHARMACY
Phone PL 1-2924
Prescription Specialists
972-1 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Dir. Opp. Shores Theatre
GREETINGS
LEE'S TACKLE,
inc.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th STREET
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
Page 3-D
The pursuing Egyptians drown in an illustration by the late
great artist, Arthur Szyk.
HAPPY PASSOVER
VINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA
PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS
836 W. 18th Street Hialeah, Fla.
Ph. 887-9496
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L Shevin
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Bonfire Restaurant
HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Ph. 531-0357
THE ORIGINAL I
HOFFMANSJ
15th Street and Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD
OPEN ALL YEAR
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING
ENGINEERS
622 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone HI 6-0836
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
1000 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenleaf & Crosby has
been famous for its outstanding collection of gem quality
diamonds in traditional and modern settings.
GREETINGS
DIXIE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
TOWMOTOR-G E RLING ERThe-One-Man-Geng
FORK LIFT TRUCKS CARRIERS
TRACTORS if ACCESSORIES
5130 NW 17th AVENUE Miami
Ph. 696-3652
Charles L. Waters, Res.: PLai* 9-0867
Louis and Ruth Reinstein
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A
HAPPY PASSOVER
2660 N.W. Fifth Avenue, Miami
TO ALL .GREETINGS
Dixie Gas Corporation
Moe Longer
6394 So. Dixie Highway So. Miami
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON
FLEEMAN BUILDERS
"HUMAN BUILT MtANS BETTER BUILT'
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
OlllvVS BAKERY
955 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-6142
Happy Passover to Our Friends and Customers
A. B.C. SEWING CENTER, INC.
SAIES SERVICE REPAIRS
12910 NW 7th AVE., North Miami
Phone 685-1564
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI COAL & OIL CO.
and
MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. INC.
2156 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone FR 4-7836
large Storage Rooms for Rent with Mtut Rails Zero t> Up
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FLORIDA DIVISION
United Benefit Life Ins. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.
Phone FR 1-1523 AINSLEY BUILDING


age 4-D
+Jewlsli fUrklter
Friday. March 27. 1964
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED
PLO^THE, FINEST^ IN ^IJ?;QO^DITIONIfciG.REFRIGERATIpN
CALL FR 3-2191 FOR VENDOR
"IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD"
2 4 hour servlCE
BLOCKS CUBES
Also Hollywood and Ft. lauderdale
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
FLORIDA DIVISION
931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CAMP FIRE BARBEQUE
Under New Management) Open 7 Days a Week
BARBEQUE AT ITS FINEST
We Offer "Lip-Smacking''
RIBS, CHICKEN, BEEF, Also STEAK and SEAFOOD PLATES
COCKTAILS and BEVERAGES
LOCATION:
V* Mile South of Cutler Ridge Center on U.S. 1
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone MO 1-5831
5850 S. DIXIE HWY.
SOUTH MIAMI
TO ALL .GREETINGS
WERNER KAHN PHOTOGRAPHER
2511 Collins Ave. Miami Beach JE 1-1872
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
IIOXDEO SPRAY SERViCE
ROOFS PRESSURE CLEANED-GUARANTEED ROOF COATINGS
TILE-GRAVEL-SLATE-ASBESTOS
99 NW 79th STREET Phone PL 81865
SEASON'S GREETINGS...
GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT
7143 N. Miami Ave. Phone PL 4-8733

It is again a Pleasure To Extend
Season's Greetings To AU
ABE \l I I Mil K.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Ml I WIMHt MHSIIH
We Crew Our Own PLANTSTREESSHRUBS
15721 NW 7th AVE. Wl 7-6971
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SAM and MILDRED LUBIN
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO.
9265 S. DIXIE HWY. Ph. MO 7-6461
Soecializing in Acreage Homes. Business Property in So. Dade
The Zangwill Year Marked Internationally
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
THIS is Zangwill Year in Anglo
' Jewry. Israel Zangwill was
born in 1864. Jan. 21. and died
in 1926. The centenary is being
commemorated with a series of
events and functions stretching
across the whole of 1964. The
opening meeting took place in
January; there will be an exhi-
bition of Zangwilliana in July.
Zangwill's old school will have
several celebrations. There will
be more lectures and meetings in
London and the provinces; and
there will be republication of
some of Zangwill's major works.
Among the patrons of the
Zangwill Centenary Committee
are several American Jews-
Charles Angotf. Solomon Gray-
zel. Emil Lehman, Maurice Sam-
uel and Lionel Trilling. The list
of patrons includes David Ben-
Gurion. Sir Isaiah Berlin. Mich-
ael Ayrton. Chief Rabbi Israel
Brodie, Dr. Nahum Goldmann.
Moshe Sharett. Eliahu Elath.
Prof. Ber Mark, of Warsaw. Ida
Kaminska. ot Warsaw. In short,
the centenary is being commem-
orated as an international Jew-
ish event of great significance
Anglo Jews are not trying to
monopolize it.
Having, got oul oi the way the
necessary current factual infor-
mation. 1 can now go back to
Zangwill himself, man and writ-
er, politician and humanist. Kml-
lishman and Jew
Born in Ghetto'
Israel Zangwill's parents came
from Poland. He was born in
Whitechapel. the voluntary Jew-
ish Ghetto in the East Side ot
London, where the European
Jewish immigrants used to live
Today, they or their descend-
ants are to be found in the green
ISRAEL ZANGWILL
suburbs of the metropolis, but
some 25.000 of them still live in
the East Endin much better
circumstances. ZangwilKs fath-
er was a good man and a faith-
ful Jew. but not much good at
making a living. He struggled
all his life, and his children
had to fend for themselves from
a very young age
Israel Zangwill went to the
Jewish Free Schdol. a famou-
educational institution in Anglo
Jewry, part Talmud forah and
part general school. It is now.
under the same name, a famous
London BCbool within the nation-
al educational framework, in a
different district, though Zang-
will left school at 15. and for the
le-t he was self-educated. He
accumulated a vast amount of
knowledge. Jewish and general,
without a formal education. He
was a teacher at his old school
for a time, but his classic. "Chil-
dren of the Ghetto." was pub-
lished before he was 30. Soon
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ALL DIESEL SERVICE
* "DIESEL ENGINE OVERHAUL"
581 West 27th Street Ph. 888-2393
Hialeah
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AARON'S PLUMBING COMPANY
"Dependanble Service"
1990 East 6th Avenue TU 7-4824
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Happy Holidays to All Our Patrons and Friends
ELLIOTT E. STALLINS
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY
"THROUGH SERVICE TO YOU WE GROW"
21* CATALONIA AVE., Coral Gables HI 6-1653
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
A.B.C. RADIATOR SERVICE
REPAIRED RECORED
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Service While You Wait
Member of "Charge-It Club"
6200 NW 27th AVENUE
(Opposite Stevens Market)
Phone OX 1-2221
afterward, he became a full-time
writer, author of books, contri
butor to famous magazines,
dramatist, humorist and sage.
Unusual Characters
Zangwill married the daughter
of a famous English family who
identified herself completely
with all his causes, notably his
Jewish activities. Zangwill once
told Joseph I.eitwich. his dis-
ciple, biographer and friend,
that, if there were a Jewish
State, and he were to hesitate
whether to settle there or not.
his wife. Edith, would have gone
there first. There is a daughter
of Zangwill's in Switzerland
One son, Oliver, is at Cambridge,
professor of applied psychology
Another. Ayrton, is in Texas
where he works as a mining en-
gineer.
It is commonly agreed that Is
rael Zangwill is the greatest An
glo-Jewish writer, and "Anglo"
is used here in the linguistic
sense, not the geographical one
His "Children of the Ghetto.
"Dreamers of the Ghetto." "The
King of Shnorrers." "Comedies
of the Ghetto." "The Melting
Pot." are all on Jewish themes
lint he has lilted his Jewish char
acters out of the Ghetto an i
made them into universal types
in fact, he did for his Jewish
characters what sholem Aleich
em ditl for the Jews of the Pale
what Schneour did for the Jews
of Shklov. andto take a couple
of non-Jewish examples 'what
James Joyce did for the Dub
liners and Sinclair Lewis for the
Americans.
Zangwill also wrote non-Jew
ish books, all successful at the
time, and plays on general
themes, the most popular ot
them having been "The War
God" and "We Moderns." He
also left scores of penetrating es
says of lasting value. Yet.
among the English, he is just
one more fine Victorian novelist,
who lived into the Edwardian
era and died under George V.
He is forgotten by the reading
public as are his contemporar-
ies Arnold Bennett, George
Eliot. H. G. Wells, Anthony Trol
lope and a score of others. From
time to time, one of them is re-
membered, and there is a revi-
val of interest in him and a re
issue of his works. No one seems
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+Jmisli fhrM/an
to know how this works; it is
like the cycles of economic
crises. Zangwill's turn will no
doubt come; he is too fine a
writer to be forgotten for good.
"But his revival may not neces-
sarily coincide with the centen-
ary year. There are no rules
about it.
However, Israel Zangwill was
more than a mere Victorian nov-
elist. The British Encyclopaedia
describes him as a "Jewish man
of letters." And so he was. He
was Jewish through and through,
which did not prevent him from
being universal, of course. And
there Was also his Zionist and
territorialist activity, and his
deep interest in Jewish lore and
the Jewish past. Not being re-
ligious in a formal sense, he left
as a beautiful rendering in Eng-
lish of the Piutim, the pieces of
medieval Hebrew poetry that
are incorporated in our prayers
for the High Holidays.
Never Lest Touch
Actually, Zangwill never lost
his touch with Jewish life and
Jcwishness. It is as if he nev-
er cut his umbilical cord which
connected him with Jewish life
but extended in length, so that
he could move freely and unham
pored in the non-Jewish world of
life and letters. He never apol-
ogized for his Jewishness and
never explained the Jews to the
Goyim in the usual, apologetic
Anglo-Jewish way of his time
which, incidentally, still sur-
\ ives in some circles. No won-
der Zangwill is included in the
curriculum of Israeli schools.
Whatever he was in English lit-
erature, he was a Jewish writer
of deep significance and a bridge
between Eastern and Western
Jewries. Many of us have learn-
ed about British Jews for the
first time from Zangwill's books.
Zangwill is still readable, and
still very much topical. Take
the tolerant but disdainful atti-
tude of,the average Anglo-Jew
to Jewish clergy. He respects
their knowledge but feels a cer-
tain amount of contempt for
them because they do not know
how to make money. It is all
in Zangwill's books. Or the rit-
ual of fried fish. It has not
changed one little bitthe same
fish, the same oil, the same
friers, though the serving is done
nowadays from bone china by a
trim housemaid.
Reading Zangwill is still re-
wardingas a purely aesthetic
I lcasure and amusing pastime.
SINCERE WISHES
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
J. FRANK McCRACKEN
Clerk of Criminal
Court
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not merely as a kind of duty to-
ward our past and its heroes and
martyrs.
It is said that political Zion-
ism started with Herri's visit to
Zangwill's study in NorUjJ^est
London. They did not take to
each other instantly. But Zang-
will organized Herd's first Lon-
don public meeting and presid-
ed over it.
Leve of Zion
Zangwill could not for long
live with the Zionists; nor did
he have patience to wait until
conditions were suitable for a
mass settlement of Jews in Pal-
estine. He was soon taken up
with the idea of finding a terri-
tory for Jews to settlenot as
a permanent solution to the Jew-
ish problem, or as a substitute
for Zion, but as a place of refuge
for persecuted Jews. Herzl
himself was inclined to accept
this idea, but soon recanted,
while Zangwill persisted, against
all odds.
Zangwill led the Territorial-
ist movement, but his territor-
ialism was not of the Bundist
brand. He never argued that
there can be a final solution out-
side Palestine, and never ac-
Page SO
cepted the Bundist thesis that,
in a better world order, the Jew-
ish problem would be solved
alongside other problems. His
love of Zion remained unimpair-
ed and undiluted.
When the Balfour Declaration
came at least, Zangwill said at
the celebratory mass meeting:
"I came to congratulate and to
cooperate." Give me some more
anti-Zionists like Zangwill. and I
will build a Jewish State in no
timethat is how a contem-
porary is reported to have sum-
med up Zangwill's attitude to
Zionism at the height of his Ter-
ritorialist activities.
Israel Zangwill was designed
on a large pattern. He found
time and energy for taking a
leading part in the fight for
women's suffragedelayed in
England until 1918and many
other causes. He had a passion
for social justice, nurtured on
memories of East End poverty,
and a restless soul that could
find no peace in a cruel and
callous world.
Zangwill is remembered with
affection and reverence by those
who knew him. He belongs to
the gallery of great Jews of all
ages.
Ageless Appeal of Passover
Continued from Page 3-0
ply illustrates that our fate is de-
termined by a just God.
When we participate in the an-
nual commemoration of our mir-
aculous deliverance, the dramat-
ic first chapter in our history, it
is, indeed, our own survival
which we are primarily celebrat-
ing. We conclude our recount-
ing of the Exodus with this re-
vealing blessing: "Blessed art
Thou who redeemed us and
redeemed our forefathers from
Egypt."
Every redemption is but an-
other victorious encounter in
the dynamic process toward the
achievement of our unique des-
tiny, yet another manifestation
of transition from slavery to
freedom, from stagnant assimi-
lation to national preparedness.
Today, Passover still calls the
Jews to hold to their sacred con-
viction that justice and freedom
for all mankind will yet prevail
on the face of the earth.
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Friday. March 17. 1964
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Unusual Seder Plates in Our History
A threc-ticred silver Seder
** plate from early nineteenth
century Vienna is one of many
Passover treasures to be seen at
the Jewish Museum of the He-
brew L'nion College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion in Cincinnati.
Prof. Joseph GuUnann describes
the plate as a fine example of
Passover ceremonial objects
made in the Austro-Hunganan
Empire, which produced many-
splendid Seder appurtenances
during the late eighteenth and
early nineteenth centuries.
Very few of the surviving cere-
monial objects used to grace the
Seder table, or for other Jew-
ish purposes, go back further
than the seventeenth century.
Prof. Gutmann explains, due to
the constant ravages and expul-
sions >uffered by the Jewish
people during the Middle Ages.
In any case, most Seder items
could not antedate the early Mid-
dle Ages as it was unto un-
til then that the Seder cere-
mony, as we know it today,
was fixed. The earliest illumi-
nated Passover Haggadot which
give us a glimpse of the lost
ceremonial objects are no older
than the thirteenth century.
Embroidered Covers
The Seder, as it developed dur-
ing the Middle Ages, provided
many opportunities for the fash-
ioning of ceremonial objects.
The pious women of the house-
hold in particular found oppor-
tunities to embroider covers for
the matzot, handtowels for the
prescribed washings of the hands,
and covers for the cushion upon
which the head of the household
customarily reclined. Most im-
portant for the celebration of the
Seder was the Seder tray plac-
ed in the center of the Seder
table. On it were placed the
Silver Seder Plate made in Vienna. Austria in 1815. From
the Jewish Museum of Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Insu-
tu'5 of Religion at Cincinnati.
covered matzot and the prescrib-
ed symbolic foods.
In most households, plain pew-
ter plates were used for this
purpose. These carried charm-
ing but naive engravings of epi-
sodes from the Passover Hag
gadah. such as the story of the
four sons or an actual depiction
of the Seder celebration. Most
typical were plates having a
pointed star with the Passover
lamb in the center and Hebrew
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inscriptions and illustration- I
the final song at the Seder cere-
mony. Chad Gadya.'" An Only
Kid."' around the rimas in a
plate made by the Jewish folk
engraver. Joel ben Jehudah. in
Germany in 1779.
Three Compartments
The striking Viennese Seder
plate at the Jewish Museum i*
Cincinnati date.- back to 1815.
It ha three compartments te
>eparate the three required mat-
zot the unleavened bread or
bread of affliction which is te
remind us both of the hardship?
our forefathers endured and the
bread they ate in their hasty de-
parture from Egypt. On the top
tray are six small figures.
The two figures with the boat-
like containers on their head?
were designed to hold the roast-
ed eggthe traditional symbol (A
the burnt offering brought co
festivals into the Temple at
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Valeria Beruriah: Most Remarkable Woman
By RUTH MORRIS
^a:.eria Beruriah was one ni
the mnl remarkable women
in eai y Jewish history and lit-
erature. She lived in the Sec-
ond Century C.E., and excelled
in knowledge and wisdom She
v is proclaimed prophetess and
jadfS and co-leader of the n;i-
tlbn'S rrmed forces (Judges 4-5).
For the greater part of her life
she lived in Tiberias. Palestine.
She vis the daughter of the
saintly If/inaniah Ben Teradion.
who died a martyr because ol
his unswerving devotion to the
Torah, and the wife of the fa-
mous Rabbi Weir, who had to
llec from religious persecution.
Beruriah herself was a great
scholar in her own right, hav-
ing acquired an immense store
of learning.
The great Rabbi Johanan stat-
er! admiringly that she had mas-
tered 390 laws daily for a per-
iod of years. She fearlessly en-
gaged in difficult discussions
with V-e greatest scholars of the
Academy and carried her point
against them. Her canon in
Biblical interpretations was:
Look at the end of the verse,"
and it Became axiomatic with
later authorities.
Prevails Over Father
Once Beruruiah dared to dif-
fer with her great father in the
version of a law. Rabbi ben
Babba preferred her version to
that of her father exclaiming:
"His daughter said something
better than he did."
Once, when her husband was
greatly perturbed because some
ruffians were troubling him.
and when he called maledictions
upon them, Beruriah pointing at
Psalm 104:35 said, "Let sinners
cease out of the earth and let
them be no more." thus suggest-
ing her hope for the uprooting
of all sinfulness. She urged her
husband to pray for the end of
sinfulness rather than for the de-
struction of the wicked. "Look
at the end of the verse," she ad-
monished him. "where it is
written: 'And the wicked shall
be no more'."
Beset With Hardships
Beruriah's life was full of great
sorrows and bitter hardships
made bearable only by her great
love and devotion to her hus-
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"The Consecration of the Candles," by Isidore Kaufmann.
band. Her mother met with
violent death, and a sister was
carried off to a house of prosti
tution. Urged by Beruriah. her
husband succeeded in freeing
her from the house of shame
overcoming great difficulties.
Now he and Beruriah had to flee
themselves to Palestine during
the night to save their forfeited
lives.
Beruriah's fortitude is best
illustrated by the well-known
story of the death of her two
young sons on a Sabbath. Rab-
bi Meir sat during the whole of
Continued on Page 13-D
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The Rising Popularity of Israeli Artists
By HENRY W. LEVY
THE acceptance of Israeli art
' and artists in America by
both the critics and the general
public is growing. You can
note this in the weekly lists of
exhibits that appear on the art
pages of New York newspapers,
and you can see it in homes and
museums not only in New York,
but throughout the country.
Playing an important role in
the development of this growing
acceptance of Israeli art is the
Gallery of the Herzl Institute, in
the Jewish Agency building at
515 Park Ave. Each year, for
almost a decade now. some half
dozen or so Israeli artists are
introduced to the public at this
Showcase for Israeli Art "
Of course, there is no such
thing as a definitive Israeli art.
The artists from Israel run the
gamut from A to Z. from the ab-
stract to st;irk or photographic
realism. But through the shows
presented at the Herzl Gallery,
under the direction of Alfred
Werner, the distinguished art
critic and historian, there is ..
discernible trend.
Jewish Quality Suggested
Although Jewish art is no I
er typified by the bear ed
Jew of the ghetto, there is a
Jewish quality in much of Is-
raeli art. There is also more
than a suggestion of the Oriental
or Mediterranean. Much of it
is done in the warm color- of the
tropical or subtropical.
But this is to be no high-brow
discussion of Israeli art. ratbei
just a modest presentation to the
wider public of some of the ar- themes and points of view, you
tists presented in the last year ,, -j .. i
or so at the Herri Gallery, one "'" get >" "^ a" '" ^
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writing of the artists, and their vaiah. a personable sabra of 28
whose family, a lather from In
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ian Government scholarship
young Elvaiah's metier today II
in the field of the abstracts. But
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do have intentional resemblance-
to objects."
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'removes one unessential detail
after another, until of the origi
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but the essence." His work, in
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"Jewish meridian
colors (with m-Jted gold and sil-
ver n'mii;i-. ": of Early Renais
sance panels', probably a reflec-
tion of his Italian training, have
won him such recognition as a
prize award ir. tne Via Margutta
Art CfMBpetitiOB :n Rome for his
Houses." a Til Aviv scene.
Man's Scibrl* Reactions
Then there i> David Giiboa.
born iand educiNfd in Hungary,
but a: reside.it oi Israel for over
30 ye4rs. He U an expressionist.
His is: a recognizable Israeli por-
trait, jbut as Werner says, "he
give* : us wh..: r.o color photo-
graphy can supply: man's subtle
reactions to streets, mountains.
lakes,-; trees. pe;ple."
(iilboa, wh.) a member of
the Sfifad ar- colony, sees the
past in modem terms. His art
is a response to the age-old al-
leys of Safari ar 1 Jerusalem as
they are alive today with the
exotic Anachronisms of new im-
migrants from A-ia and Atnca.
Some may call "old fashioned
art;" cert an is artless or
possibly native art; but it Is an
honest portrait f Israel in pas-
^fi'N, water co!.r, gouaches and
""Toils.
Veronika Ne is also Hun-
I garian, an attractive blonde in
(her forties. Werner calls her "a
metaphysical realist." Since
Hitler, she ha-- lived mainly in
Paris. Bnt she has done a con-
siderable portion uf her work in
Israel, and plans to live there
permanently
Mrs. Nemes. who was restored
J to sight after almost complete
1 blindness, has a most unusual
I technique. H- r work resembles
j a relief map, ar. I is achieved by
her palette knife virtually carv-
ing into a thick substance with
which she cover* the canvas.
She then cosers this bas relief
with innumerable bits of color.
The finished picture bears a re-
semblance to sculpture, with its
extra, dimension
Politic* I Cartoonist
Also recently u exhibit at our
"Showcase lor Israeli Art" was
Nathanel- Behiri. who went to
Palestine m 1325. served as an
officer of the Haganah, and who
has.devoted uauself entirely to
art since he left the army in 1930.
His canvases sppear in Israeli
museums and are included in the
collection of Itzhak Ben-Zvi, the
late President of Israel.
Fay different v as the showing
of Israel's forerrost political car-
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The Exciting Story of a Flying Maggid
By RABBI DAVID MAX
EICHHORN
"TELL ;herr. Mid the gooc
' friend who a-ked me to
write this article, "tell them how
it feels to be a flying Maggid"
A flyins Maasid: Shades of
Queer. Scheherazade. Hirsch Mas
liansky and John Glenn! I never
though! of it in quite that -;
but perhaps the description is
not entirely inappropriate.
When and how did I become
a flying Maggid' When? In
January. 1950. How* At the re-
quest of the Chief of Cha;
of the Unit 51 > Air Force.
I helped conduct 3 cha:
treat and u Tor^h Convocation
in the Carrib^.- area Panama
and Puerto Ric^
Religious Retreats
Sometime between the end ot
World War II and the beginning
of the Korean "police action."
the Chiefs of Chaplains of the
Armed Forces decided that they
would sponsor annual religious
retreats for all chaplains sta-
tioned overseas and annual
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preachir.2 missions f"r -
service peror 1
There would be separ.:!- gath-
erings of the chaplains ar.d ser-
vicemen of each of the three
major faiths. Because the term
preaching mission"" is one
which, in the Jewish n nd
evokes memories of frenetic non
Jewish attempts to "save" Jew
ish souls, the annual gathering-
of Jewish military per- rne
would not be labelled .' Ml
preaching missions, but wouW
be known as Torah Convoca-
tions."
And so. in January. 1950. I a a*
brought to Washington, briefed
on my assignment, and. toaptht-i j|
with two Protestant rr.'.r. -'"- ^
and a Catholic priest, flown to
the Carribean. In the years
since. I have been sent on four
more such air journeys, to
Europe in 1952 and 1963. to tl
Far East in 1954 and 1958 An
additional invitation to fly to
Europe in I960 had to be declin
ed regretfully because of tem-
porary ill health.
My companions on the Carib-
bean jaunt were the Rev (raw-
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Friday. March 27. 1964
vJewltii fhrSdian
lord W. Brown, cannon of the
\V;i-hinston Cathedral, Washing-
ton. D.C.; the Rev. Silas A.
Meckel, then pastor of the May-
flower Congregational Church in
Minneapolis... ap Miller, head of St. Francis
Friary, Brookline, Mass.
Simulated Assault
First we flew to Panama. My
companions were housed at the
air base on the Colon side of the
isthmus while I stayed at Ana-
dor Naval Base, on the Panama
City side. This was done so
that 1 could be close to the only
Jewish chaplain in Panama, as
a matter of fact the only Jew-
ish chaplain in the whole Car-
ibbean area. Rabbi Nathan Wit-
kin u ho, since 1931, has been
"Mr. JWB" in Panama and spiri-
tual advisor to all Jewish per-
sonnel stationed in the Canal
Zone, Central America and the
West Indies. He is also USO
area director for the Canal Zone.
Alter a week of meetings in
Panama, we flew on to Puerto
tieo, via Miami.
We arrived just as the military
torces in Puerto Rico were about
to join up with a Marine division
from Camp LeJeune, N.C., for
a simulated amphibious assault
on the island of Viecques. off the
cast coast of Puerto Rico. Re-
sult: All military chaplains sta-
tioned in Puerto Rico were liv-
ing in the field under tents on
Viecques Island. Further result:
The four civilian clergymen
from the United States, totally
unprepared for "camping out,"
would have to conduct their
chaplaincy retreats and their
preaching missions under simu-
lated combat conditions on Viec-
ques in the midst of the man-
I'uvres. Which is what we did.
in our civilian clothes, trudging
around in torrential rains and
through mud that often came
over our civilian shoetops.
Jewish in Secret
>*
The Navy Admiral in San Juan
who received us and gave us
the good news about Viecques
was Jewish, although he never
revealed by the slightest hint
that this was so. I learned it
from the rabbi of the San Juan
congregation, who said that each
year, just before Pesach. the Ad-
miral's Episcopalian wife would
call to ask him to please send
her Jewish husband some mat-
zos. So far as the rabbi new,
this was the Admiral's only for-
mal tie with his religious her-
itage. I might add that, up to
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A shipment of Passover foods and other supplies is unloaded
at an Army depot in Korea under the supervision of the
Jewish chaplain and his assistant. Ma'.erials were shipped
long in advance of the holiday by the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, which provides materials for ail the Jewish holi-
days to Jewish chaplains on duty with the U.S. Armed Forces
in all parts of the world.
and including World War II, this
was about par for the Jewish-
BflSI of most high-ranking Jew-
ish military officers.
1 had a CO in World War II
overseas who was the nephew of
the head of one of America's
leading Jewish organizations.
This colonel-boss of mine did not
own up to being Jewish until we
had been in combat for over
three months. Being under fire
changed his religious perspective
a bit and, after a while, he be-
came one of my best congre-
gants. When Maj. Gen. Maurice
Rose was killed while his di-
vision was fighting in our Corps.
we were required by military
regulations to bury him under a
cross and not a Star of David,
because there was nothing in his
military records nor in the knowl-
edge of his division chaplain to
indicate that he was Jewish.
Since World War II, there has
been a decided change for the
better in this regard. Outstand-
ing and high-ranking Jewish
career officers, such as Gen. Abe
Back, of the Air Force, and Gen.
Bernard Waterman, of the Army
and others, have been loyally
and proudly faithful to their re-
ligious tradition throughout their
military careers.
Long Flying Hours
When I flew to Europe for the
Army in the summer of 1952. my
team-mate for the chaplains' re-
treat was that wise, kindly, and
gentle rabbi. Max Davidson, of
Perth Amboy, N.J. The retreat
was held at Bad Nauheim, north-
east of Frankfurt, in the only
kosher hotel in all Germany.
After the retreat, I visited the
individual Jewish chaplains at
their posts in England, France
Continued on Page 12-D
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The Exciting Story of a Flying Maggid
Continued fram Page 11-D
and Germany' and talked" at each
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In January 1954, the Armed
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to Japan and Korea. What a
trip that was for "the flying
Maggid," in the days before the
swift jets. After a long flight
from New York across the States,
and a one-day rest in San Fran-
cisco. 1 flew practically non-
stop from San Francisco to Tok-
yo, 38 hours in the air, except
for a one-hour stop in Hawaii
and forty-five minutes at Wake
? was SS K5 3S T"he Jewish chaplain serving in .he Philippines instru
So, about nine hours out of Tok- dren o{ servicemen in the reading of the Haggadar. in pre-
yo. I took a sleeping tablet Un- ration |or Passover. GI families are an importer ceapon-
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three hours from Tokyo. In ion- I ug Arme<1 Forces. A year-round riigiou
sequence. 1 had to be hall-car- ra"" includinq educational activities for children ~nd
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ried n om the plane. The com-
mittee of waiting chaplains
thought that I was drunk. Only
some days later, when 1 happen-
ed to mention the sleeping pill,
did they learn the not-as-inter-
esting truth.
A Poor Flyer
This was not the end of my
flying adventures on this trip.
Hopping around Korea in little
C-19's and C-20's and helicopters
was not much fun for me, who
gets scared silly whenever I have
to look down from any great
height. To add to my sense of
well-being, flying from I Corps
to X Corps, our little plane iced
up in a snow torm, and we just
made it back to 1 Corps Hq,
where my stay as guest of honor
of Gen. Bruce Clarke was pro-
longed until the weather condi-
tions improved. I never did get
to X Corps.
And then, coming back from
adults, is part of the chaplains' work with their GI ccr ::
tions.
Korea to Japan, the snow-grem-
lins got us again so that our
plane was compelled to land at
Nogova. 250 miles southwest of
our destination, Tokyo. However,
this was. indeed, a blessing in
disguise. It gave me the op-
portunity to take my first Jap-
anese train-ride, which was most
delightful. Particularly en-
chanting was the sight of orange
trees in full bloom, right in the
middle of a heavy snowstorm:
Annually, the Armed Forces
Chaplain's Board, the Air Force
and the Army, in cooperation
with the National Jewish Wel-
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In March and April '<* eaJ
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time. This time. I
than 3D.000 miles, conduct]
chaplaincy retreats : Torsi
Convocations in Haw a.. Cin|
Philippines, Okinawa Japan and Alaska. The hi
point of this trp was t \ag pa
in the Passover Sedarir, Kof
at A scorn City, near :!.
Men on Guari
What a great time
aether, hundrels of '
dkrs who had come ic
over Korea, down froi.
Parallel and up train
south as Pusan. fln<
like Lt. Col. Lennie
fine chaplains like Norr
sky and Sherman \\.
them so very far i
completely separated :
families, living in
and uncomfortable >ur:
And as I write this,
hundreds of our Jewish
three of our chaplains
there, guarding the ver
of our freedom*. H""
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at for you, who read these
to offer a word of thanks
at yputfceVn Seder table
'" JiWndreSs of thousands
flwmed American men and
of all faiths who, on
ctjyt-pigfatt 1963, are stiU
Sn^f'**WffR^r^N'm tWPPIf ^PIW*
than fifty other countries
|ghout the world, to pre-
tty political and religious
fyorr.< of your family and
recently, in October and
tr.ber, 1963, accompanied by
kite, 1 conducted Torah Con-
ttions for the Air Force in
(icy, Spain, France, Germany.
England. It was my wife's
trip overseas. She went
\g for a very special reason
we have a son of our own
Ihe military chaplaincy, sta-
led in Germany. And our
wile, please God, soon
(Id have her first baby. And
at more appropriate reason
Jld there be for Mamas com
along, if anyone should hap
to ask? So Papa and Mama
|veled all over Europe togeth-
by plane, train, bus, and fer-
fo the oddest sounding places:
iir. Karamursel. Zaragossa.
jreaux, Bitburg, llahn, South
lislip. Lakcnhcath, bringing a
Ivi-h word to Jewish service
I and their families.
\nil here let me pause again
say that there has been a
it change in the composition
It ho Jewish group in the mill-
f since I started these journ-
thirteen years ago. in 1950.
GREETINGS .
Page 13-D
Youngsters ask the Four Questions at a community Seder
held at Jewish Community Center affiliated with the National
Jewish Welfare Board. Model Seders for parents, demonstra-
tion Seders for youngsters from nursery school to teen-age,
arts and crafts projects and a variety of other special pro-
grams are part of the Passover observances conducted by
Centers and YM-YWHAs affiliated with and served by JWB.
there were very few Jewish
career officers with families in
the military. Most of the Jew-
ish soldiers were unmarried
adolescents. This is no longer
true. There are now compara-
tively few teen-aged Jewish sol-
diers overseas. Even the unmar-
ried ones are mostly in their
early or middle twenties. And
there is an ever-increasing num-
ber of married families. Jews
are found among the career of-
ficers and NCO's m a proportion
that quite accords with our pop-
ulation percentage. The pro-
grams of most Jewish chaplains,
complete with religious school,
sisterhood, and so forth, current-
ly resemble those of their civ-
ilian colleagues more closely
than ever before.)
The Better Choice
So, what does it feel like to be
a flying Maggid? By now. you
should be able to guess. It feels
wonderful. Once in a while one
of my less knowledgeable and
less fortunate colleagues and
friends says to me: "Max. don't
Continued on Page 16-D
laleria Beruriah: Most Remarkable Woman
Continued from Page 7-D
Sabbath in school instruct-
hi- pupils. During his ab-
te from the house, his two
ung spns died, both of uncom
n beauty and enlightened in
law. His wife bore them to
bed-chamber and spread a
ite balnket over the bodies,
len Rabbi Meir came home in
evening and asked where his
is were, Beruriah handed him
goblet. He praised the Lord
asked again: '"Where are
sons?
They will not be afar." she
wered and placed food be-
e him. When he had said
ce after the meal, she thus
essed him: "With thy per-
ission. I would like to ask you
question." And when he re-
plied: "Ask it then." she said:
"A few days ago. a person en-
trusted some valuable jewels in-
to my custody, and now he is
demanding them of me. Should
1 give them back to him?" The
Rabbi looked at her in astonish-
ment and asked. "Why wouldst
thou hesitate to restore to the
man his own?" She took his
hand and led him to the bed-
chamber. Slowly she removed
the white cover from the dead
Continued on Page 14-D

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ISIDORE K:mfmann was born in
And, Hungary, in 1853. His
first job was as clerk in a large
baking house. As a hobby, he
took up drawing. When he
copied the head of Moses, after
a classical model, the skillfully
drawn sketch struck the atten-
tion of the chief prefect of Arad
County. Peter Ascsel. who sent
the talented lad to the Graphic
School of Budapc-t
Alter having studied diligent-
ly for a year, he became a pupil
of the well-known Viennese
painter. Aimicr in Vienna and
afterwards enrolled as a student
at the tamous Vienna Academy
His first paintings showed his
torical subjects. Later, he turn
ed to genre pictures, with which
he had immediate success. But
he found tins subject proper.
when travelling through Galicia,
Moravia. Upper Hungary, in an
eager quest tor the Jewish genre
pictures. Fach summer. Kauf-
mann returned to the little vil
lages and studied those simple
people who faithfully clung t
the ancient traditions of then
ancestors This eager quest de-
veloped in him a profound
analysis ol character and local
atmosphere.
Achieves Success
The brilliant society ot Vienna
and Berlin and two Kmperors
were deeply moved by his inter-
pretations of Jewish humor and
pathos. His magnificent oil
painting entitled "The Rabbi's
Visit" was bought by Emperor
Francis Joseph I and presented
by him to the Vienna Kunsthis-
torische Museum. His painting
"The Sceptic" (1891) won him
a gold medal in Vienna and an-
ISIDORE KAUFMANN
other from the German Emper-
or
After 1888. Kaufmann regular-
lv exhibited at the Vienna's
Kuenstlerhaus. In Munich, he
was awarded a gold medal and
a medal of the third class m
Paris.
His paintings were eagerly
purchased by the Lichtenstem
C'.allery in Vienna and by the
Museum Of Fine Arts in Buda
pest.
Some of his best known paint-
ings are "Sabbath Visit," "The
Consecration of the Candle-."
uhich speak to the contemplating
heart and mind. "Difficult Tal
mudie" Pa-sage." "The Lost Law-
soft." "The Chess Player," "Bu>
in,s< Secret." "When the Stock-
market Goes Up." and many
others.
In 1911. Kaufmann. at the
height oT fame, arranged the
"Sabbath Room" for the histon
cat section of the Hygiene Ex-
hibition in Dresden.
After his death in Vienna in
1921. selections of his be-t
paintings were photographe
edited by Herman Menke* tVi
na lv
'Xl
A Most Remarkable Woman
Continued from Page 13-D
bodies. "Oh my sons, my poor
sons."' loudly lamented the Rab-
bi. The mother turned away
and wept bitterly. Then she
said A precious treasure had
been entrusted to us. The Lord
hath given, the Lord hath tak-
en away. Blessed be the name
of the Lord." And Rabbi Men-
felt comforted.
During her life. Berunah bit-
terly resented the cruel restric-
tions placed upon her sex and
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the low opinion of a woman's
powers held in certain circle-
But her contemporaries never
doubted her wis;'.om and greal
ne-s. and rendered homage to
her intellectual powers and no
hility of soul.
Her end was tragic. Well ad'
vanced in years, she was about
to stumble. When she realized
her grave mistake, she killed
herself. A Talmudic record re
veals that she died before her
husband, and that her place was
filled by another woman.
Despite the many drast
changes and catastrophic* w-w
have tormented the haras.-e
Jews since her day, Berunah'.-
wise teachings have been pre-
served through the pitiless
flight of time. They still serve
as a great power in the lives ol
the Jews everywhere. Her He
brew name, Beruriah. truty fits
her to perfection, for it means.
"A Woman whom God would
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usual Seder Plates in Our History
[Continued from Page 6-D
psalcm and the routed
be (cymbolic of the Passover
\\b sacrificed in the Temple by
ancestors). The two women'
holding vessels above their
lads for the "maror" (usually
lisiradish and intended to be
Imbolic of the bitterness of
every in Egypt) and '"karpas"
huns. such as parsley or eel-
\he Popularity
)f Israel's Many
wperb Artists
Continued from Page 9-D
toonlst, 'Dosh" Charles (Kar-
tell Gardosb. His work is topi-
fral and fresh, sometimes snarp-
y self-critical and always good
lumored. 11 is drawings capture
he moods, problems, joys and
orrows of Israel; its day-to-day
troblems of Arab hostility, econ-
imic boycotts, mass immigration,
he East-Wesl struggle. He de-
[ghts in portraying the Israeli
s ;i boy in short pants, gym*
lolie of the Informality of the
abra.
A Hungarian, who is a sur-
fivor of Nazi concentration
amps in Hungary and Yugo-
lovia, "Dosh" escaped to fight
8 a Yugoslav partisan. He set-
led in Israel in 1948. after com-
$to!ctnm his studies in Paris at
he Sorbonne.
Simon Karczmar devotes him-
sell exclusively to the "ahtetl"
Ihem. He recreates the past,
lis remembrances of the Poland
f his father and his grandfath-
er. A fine technician, who stud-
ied art in Warsaw and the Acad-
emic' des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
[Karczmar is an artist without
Ian "ism" on his brush.
Through its support of the
jHerzl Foundation its art gal-
lery, its lectures and classes, the
jbooks published by its Herzl
'ress and the quarterly maga-
:ine. "Midstream"the Ameri-
can Section of the Jewish Agency
idds another dimension to its
irogram, the presentation to
nieriea of the cultural facet of
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.crjtl.which were usually dipped
into the salt water cauldron held
by the hatted male figure in the
loreground. This was to remind
us of the tears shed by our fore-
lathers in Egypt. Another hat-
ted figure is pushing a wheel
barrow, which was intended to
hold the "charos,et" (a mixture
i apple, cinnamon, nuts and
wine).
Owing to its appearance, this
mixture was likened by tradi-
tion to the clay mixed with
straw out ot which the Israelites
made the bricks from the build-
ings they were forced to con-
struct by their Egyptian task-
masters. Finally, in the cen-
ter of the Seder container stands
the majestic figure of Moses,
staff in hand, carrying on his
head a receptacle intended lor
I he wine glass, known as the cup
of Elijah.
The Prophet Klijah was eager-
ly anticipated on the Seder night
as tradition held that he would
announce the coming of the Mes-
siah on that night. The custom
of setting aside a wine glass es-
pecially dedicated to Elijah is of
recent origin and cannot be trac-
ed back earlier than the seven-
teenth century in extant litera-
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Miami, Florida. Friday, March 27, 1964
Section E
'MASTERS, THE TIME HATH ARRIVED TO READ THE MORNING PRAYER.'

--.
BAN ON BAKING ACTUALLY NOT RESCINDED
REMEMBER THE DAYS OF (HP'
History Causes Men To
Rise to Great Moments

By DR. ERNEST PHILIP
lulAN is made man by history.
" It is history that causes
the men of historic nations to
be more civilized than the sav-
age. The history of the Jews
represents the most remarkable
survival of the fittest known to
humanity. Its moving story be-
gins very near the beginning of
history and shows no sign what-
ever of drawing to a conclusion.
It is a story that has chapters in
nearly every country of the globe
and has borne its impress on
every period. In an endless
eternal procession, all men and
all ages pass through it.
"Remember the days of old.
consider the years of many gen-
erations." we are exhorted by
Moses (Deut. 32:7). A skeptic
once said: 'The only thing men
learn from history is that they
do not learn anything from his-
tory."
Moses urges his people to con-
sider the days of old in order
to understand better God's deal-
ing with mortal man. Out of
centuries of heartbreak and stub-
born hope come courageous gen-
erations of undaunted pioneers.
In the forge, the iron hardens.
What is born of fire, endures.
Pioneering Sagas
What do we modern Jews gain
trom the careful study of our
past history? We admiringly
see how the energies and skills,
the minds and hearts of our
people went into building a new-
State despite the sad experi-
ences of the past. We will see
pioneering sagas drawn from
the ancient roots of never fail-
ing Jewish idealism.
It enables us to understand
and perceive that our millennia-
old Jewish faith has imprinted
la-ting effects upon our people
and will note with surprise and
awe that from the very days
when mankind was still young
down to our own troubled times,
the great ideas of our monothe-
istic faith have transformed five
continents. As in an enthralling
book of history, we shaii read
of our ancestors' ennobling char-
acter and stubborn perseverance
evidencing how deeply their un-
swerving faith is rooted and
how its justice will help us to
build our own lives on sure foun-
dations.
Like nothing else, the study of
Jewish history offers excitement,
challenge, danger everything
but one thing: lasting peace. The
patient study of our millennia-
old, blood-drenching history of
martyrdom and suffering will
>how us how our valient ances-
tors were capable of rising to
full heights which enable mortal
man to understand and acknowl-
edge his Creator.
Proud Heirs
Disastrous blunders made in
the past will help us to avoid
them in the future. Our danger-
fraught lives in a world of lethal
weapons, produced in a breath-
less race to outtop our enemies,
will find new strength in the
glories of our brave ancestors.
And we shall be elated to dis-
cover that we arc the proud
heir- of a Moses, an Isaiah, a
Hillel, a Maimonides, a Rashi, a
Baal Shem Tov, and many oth-
ers, and we shall feel proud and
elated to belong to such a noble
family.
As we turn the yellowed
pages of our long, tragedy-filled
history, we shall get some ideas
of the tremendous range of our
ancient faith. We shall see with
awe our majestic prophets of old
opening the eyes of a misguid-
ed, sinning people. We will un-
derstand their great yearning
Tor a God-centered communitj
Immersing ourselves in the
proud Spanish thinkers and
poets, (he great philosophers
and rabbis of Spain's Golden Age
relentlessly probing ultimate
questions, in the Polish thinkers
and Writers who dedicated then-
lives to unparalleled scholar-
ships, we shall not only gain
deeper insights of a colorful past,
but we shall also learn to live
a better life.
Argentinian Blames Arabs
For Alarming Rise of Hate
Bl'EN'OS AIRES (JT.V Th*
leader ol the Alliance lor .Nation-
al Liberation, a major Argentine
nationalist movement. blamed
\rab agents for "all of the racist
terrorism unleashed in our coun-
try."
The charge was made in a
statement by Guillermo Patncio
Soviet Attitude Toward Matzoh Seen Worsening
LONDO;-:(JTA)Yhc- situation I
on matzoh baking in Soviet Russia
has not changed for the better this
year, despite impressions in some
western newspapers that it had.
according to information received
here this week from sources de-
scribed as absolutely reliable.
Those sources indicated that, if
anything, the situation had wors-
ened since Passover of 1963.
The ban on matzoh baking has
actually not been rescinded. A
Russian Jew who wants to obtain

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Camp Supplement This Section
With June and vacation days closer than most of us
realize, Miami's parents and youngsters are in the midst
of making decisions about the camp best fitted to fill
their needs. The Jewish Floridian this issue offers a
supplement of camping information to help them make
their choice from among the many fine facilities avail-
able. (See Page 4-E.)
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matzoh for his own use cannot do
so freely, as he could a few years
ago
The Government bakeries did
not, for the third year in a row,
bake matzohs for the coming Pass-
over, as had been reported, and
there is no flour available for
Jews who might be able to bake
wafers in their homes.
Last year, a Jewish group out-
side Moscow was allowed to bake
and distribute a small quantity of
matzoh. This created the impres-
sion that private baking was per-
missible but this group did not re-
ceive permission to bake matzoh
this year.
Even in Tiflis. Soviet Georgia,
the authorities have refused to
provide flour and this ancient Jew-
ish community will be depenoent
(or the first time in its history' on
supplies from abroad. Last year
the J>ws in Tiflis baked their own
matzoh. r
Novosti, a Soviet feature syndi-
cate, announced this week that the
Moscow Jew ish congregation had
started to bake matzoh in the home
of a member, and would produce
13,000 pounds.
The bakery, in Cherkizovo, a
Moscow suburb was said to have
daily capacity of up to 880 pounds.
At the rate of two pounds per per-
son, the expected supply would be
enough for about 6,000 people.
While no data is available on the
number of Moscow Jews who re-
quire matzoh for Passover observ-
ance, the city's Jewish population
is about 200.000.
Kelly, known as the leader of an
extreme nationalisl element during
the Peron dictatorship and now
leader oi the Alliance for National
Liberation. He said in a state-
ment that "we are ready to clear
up the doings of foreign agents
dedicated to the task of using vio-
lence for the anarchizing of our
national community."
"Our movement," he declared,
"alerts the working people, which
in its majority is Peronist, about
the fact that Hussein Triki, rep-
resentative of the Arab League, is
directly responsible, together with
Raul Jassen, an Argentine journ-
alist, for all raciest terrorism un-
leashed in our country."
"Argentine nationalism, he
said, "repudiates this ideologic
distortion which General Peron
condemns as a provocation to na-
tional feeling. We Argentinians
are living decisive hours in the
march toward national liberation
and we will crush with revolu-
tionary strength the insolence of
these foreigners dedicated to pour-
ing oil on the civil bonfire."
Racial and religious tensions
figure prominently in this country,
where Taquara, a fascist-prototype
> organization has been flourishing
with remarkable success. It was
' also in Buenos Aires where Adolf
j Eichmann was found and where
' other Nazi war criminals are un-
j doubtedly still in hiding. Last year,
' a Jewish girl was kidnapped here
j and her body carved with swas.
' tikas.


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Obviously this is advice Mr
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a young Jewish boy growing up
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when they are grown
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orthodox background, but when
at the age of fifteen he lr.iormed
his father of his disenchantment
with formal religion, he asper
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same consideration he :r-?ndj to
give his own children
Jewish Reverence
But if I bad to chooa it
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-JmUlithrldlari
Page 3-E
Ghetto Uprising To be Celebrated
By Special Report .
The 21st ansiorsary ofhe*War-1
saw Getto Uprising will be com-
memorated on April 9, 1964, and
the World Jewish Congress has
sent an appeal to all its affiliates
in 64 lands to mark the occasion
and keep alive the memory of the
Ghetto fighters who perished 21
years ago.
The appeal to Jewry through- i
out the world has been issued by
Dr. Gerhart M. Riegner, director
of coordination of the Work! Jew-
ish Congress, who noted in his
memorandum that the commem-
oration date, Apr. 9, would coin-
cide with the 27th of Nisan on
the Jewish calendar.
Dr. Rcigner in his message, ex-
pressed the hope that all commun-
ities would commemorate, as in
the past, the anniversary "'with
dignity and fervor."
The Specialty
of the Seville in
PREFERRED
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WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS
LUNCHEONS RECEPTIONS
MEETINGS to accommodate 10 or 1,000
Mayor Clemen Ehrlich. of North Bay Village,
ordered East Dr. be named "ORT Dr." for a
day last week in honor Women's American
ORT. Left to right are Village Manager
George J. Hodges. Islanders Chapter vice pres-
ident Mrs. Joseph Kanter, Vice Mayor Alex-
ander Smith, Chapter President Mrs. Grace
Lane, Mayor Ehrlich, and Region Vice Presi-
dent Mrs. Florence Kupperman.
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Orthodox Criticize Telegram to Eshkol
Seville
AT 29th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YORK (JTA) Four week the seven other Jewish
American Orthodox Jewish organi- groups which sent a cable last
zations strongly criticized this week to Prime Minister Levi Esh-
kol urging him to resist pressure.
by "extremist religious groups" in
Israel and in the United States.
The cable referred to pressure
tor legislation which it said would
abridge religious freedom in Is-
rael but did not cite any specific
details. The protesting organiza-
tions were the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations, the Rab-
binical Council of America, the
Krligious Zionists of America and
Agudat Israel of America. The
seven organizations were the
American Jewish Congress, the
American Jewish Committee.
B'nai B'rith, the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, the Rab-
binical Assembly of America, the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, and the United Syna-
gogue of America.
Tho UOJCA called the cable an
act of "communal irresponsibil-
ity" and said it had not been
consulted "contrary to the usu-
al courtesies in such cases."
Contending that it did not have
"any desire at all to abridge the
freedom of any people to prac-
tice their religion, no matter
what religion in Israel and else-
where," the UOJCAlike the
other Orthodox groupssaid it
assumed that the cable referred
to practices of Christian mis-
sions in Israel of prosolytizing
Jewish children from poverty-
stricken homes.
The UOJCA said it was concern-
ed with assuring the protection
| of orphaned and impoverished
! children from proselytizing brib-
ery by unscrupulous missionaries"
and that it was "amazed" that the |
cable had been signed by two or-!
ganizations "which claim to be
committed to Jewish law and tra-1
dition," presumably a reference
| to the two Conservative groups |
the Rabbinical Assembly and the I
United Synagoguewhich thus had
characterized UOJCA concern "in '
such a hostile and untrue man-1
ner."
The Rabbinical Council, in its
statement, asked whether the sev-
en organizations approved of
'taking advantage of poverty and [
ignorance and utilizing them to!
proselytize our young children.''
The UOJCA and the Rabbinical
Council sent a letter to the seven I
organizations calling the cable "a
scurrilous attack and a complete
fabrication" and demanded a re-
traction,
The Religious Zionist said "we
are amazed and shocked" by
the cable and added that the
"allegation" had no basis in fact.
The statement said that Ortho-
dox Jews "ask only that the Is-
rael Government avoid the ex-
ploitation of poverty and distress
by the missionaries in their fa-
natic endeavors to convert poor
Jewish children." The statement
added that the organization
would be compelled "most re-
luctantly, to reconsider our fu-
ture affiliation with the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress."
The Agudat Israel issued a call
to all Orthodox groups in the Uni-
ted States to "mobilize their ef-
forts" to counter the move of the
seven non-Orthodox organizations.
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* Jewish Fkridiair
Friday. March 2~ 196^
Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps
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OUR 11th SEASON
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
HENDERSONVULE, N.C.
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REGISTRATION LMITED TO 170 CAMPERS
FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21
SECOND SESSION BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Aug. 18
FUU SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. 18
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Our 10th
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AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS'
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FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17
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the growth and development of each child it guided with love,
experience and understanding mature, skilled counselor staff -
Sabbath Services full cultural and athletic program tutoring.
CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE
PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED
- THE DIRECTORS -
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Children 6 to 16
located In Deland Heights, Deland
250 miles from Miami
Office at 918 6th St. and
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Phones 532-5694, 534-0421
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Boys and girls 5 lo 16
Located in Ocala National Foresl
Write 1541 N. Bayshorc Dr.. Miami
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Children 4 to 13
Temple Adath Yeshurun
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For information call Wl 1435
GEORGIA
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Boys and girl 7 to 17
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Local representatives:
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Girls and boys 7 to 17
Located in Hendcrsonville
Write to Harry G. and
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1100 Crescent Avenue. NE.
Atlanta, Ga.
Local representatives:
Mrs. Lil Rosen, FR 1 8205
Mrs. Roz Sutta, HI 6-1846
Harry Kaplan, WA 2-1162. WA 3-1577
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For boys and girls
Located in Hendcrsonville
Write George Stern, Director
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Atlanta 3, Georgia
Local information:
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and
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' Located in Sparta
Write Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
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Local representative:
Mrs. Betty Metlika
3140 SW 15th St., HI 3-3751
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IN GREATER MIAMI ARM
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FR 1-8205
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HI 6-1846
MR. HARRY KAPLAN
WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577
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Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special preseason
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FOR APPOINTMENT.
Writ* to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS:
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OR WRITE
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Friday. March 27, 1984
+Jewisli fhyridiar
At the lixth anniversary banquet of Temple
Ner Tamid at the Fontainebleau Hotel last
week, a presentation was made to members
who endowed the Ark, windows and Eternal
Light of the Temple. Ceremony was conduct-
ed by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, assisted by
Cantor Saul H. Breeh and Joseph Schreibman,
music director. These people were honored
for their generosity to the Temple: Left to riqht
are Col. and and Mrs. William J. Harris, Mrs.
Sadie Trosky, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Deemcrr,
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shaw.
Janner Leads Compensation Protest
LONDON (JTA) Sir Bar
nett Janner. Member of Parlia
ment and president of the Board
of Deputies of British Jews, led
ji delegation of Jewish refugee
groups to the West German Em-
bassy this week to submit a pro-
test against legislation now before
the Bonn Parliament for compen-
sation of Nazi victims.
The protest was in the form of
a resolution approved at a meet-
in- of the groups of Nazi victims
held here. The resolution called
line proposals in the pending leg-
islation "grossly inadequate." The
resolution was presented to Dr.
tudolf Theirselder, the West Ger-!
nan Minister.
Sir Barnett told the meeting
that the substantial efforts by
West Germany to eradicate the
shame of Nazism were appre-
ciated, "but there are still tens
of thousands of helpless victims
of the Nazi terror who continue
to be deprived of remedies for
their sufferings because of omis-
sions in existing laws." He said
that the pending West German
legislation "fails to correct
this."
Groups represented at the meet-
ing were the Association of Baltic
Jews, the Association of Jews of
Poland, the Council of Jews from
Czechoslovakia, the Association
of Jewish Refugees, the Council
of Jews from Austria, the Fed-
eration of Hungarian Jews and the
Polish Jewish Ex-Servicemen's
Association.
At issue is a decision of the West
German Finance Ministry to ask
for only $100,000,000 in additional
compensation funds. The Confer
ence on Jewish Material Claims
against Germany had recom-
mended that a minimum of $250.
000,000 bo provided for those sur-
vivors who had not as yet receiv-
ed restitution in accordance with
the "debt of honor" stands of the
present Chancellor Ludwig Erhard
and former Chancellor Conrad
Adenauer.
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THE TALK OF THE TOWN
THE KEY To the FINEST in ITALIAN CUISINE
To The Most Intimate And Warm Atmosphere
OF BEAUTIFUL ITALY
now open S pan. to midnight
Planning Florida Branch fourth annual conference are Mrs.
Arthur J. Brown (left) and Mrs. Seymour Mann.
Women's League Plans Conference
Fourth annual conference of
Florida Branch. National Women's
League of United Synagogue of
America, will be held at the Holly-
wood Beach Hotel, Hollywood,
trom Monday through Wednesday.
May 11 to 13.
Mrs. Arthur J. Brown, confer-
ence chairman, announced that
the theme of this years confer-
ence will be "My Father Planted
for Me. and 1 Plant for My Chil-
dren."
Mrs. Seymour Mann, conference
vice chairman in charge of work-
shops, announced that activity will
be holding round-table seminars
on all Sisterhood activities.
Mrs. William Dickson, president.
Florida Branch, announced that
Mrs. S. Joshua Kohn. national
chairman ot coordinated, educa-
tional activities, will be national
speaker-consultant for the confer-
ence.
United Appeal for Jews
WASHINGTON (WNS) The
State Department, in memorandum
to Sen. Kenneth B. Keating of New-
York, suggested that serious
thought be given to a "united ap-
peal of private religious organiza-
tions representing world Jewry
and, if possible, other religious
groups" jrith respect to the situa-
tion of jWs inUto* Soviet Union.
Feature Violinist *
Joan Field Here
Fourth annual scholarship fund
concert of the Miami Beach Music
and Arts League was held in
the Cafe Le Can Can 01 tup Caril-
Ion Hotel Monday at 8:30 p.m.
Featured artists included one
of America's most i istmguished
violinists, John Field; pianist,
Florence Kutzen; Carol Lynn
Blum, coloratura soprano, and
Charles Reskin. playing the trum-
pel
An added feature was the
awarding of scholarship by ur.
Fabi-n Sevitxky to the winner
of this year's competition for
instrumentalists.
Following her debut v\:th the
New York Philharmonic Sym-
phony under the baton ot John
Barbirolli, Miss Field h;i- appear-
ed regularly with major orches-
tras both here and abroad A tei-
rvision, radio and recording star
she will leave shortly lor another
extended European tour which
will take her to Israel.
Mis- Field performed the Sjnr
phonic Espasnoie, b> Edoiurd
Lalo; Compo.N. ;'s Holiday.' by
Lukas Foss; "Mack the Knife."
from the Three Penny Opera, by
Kurt Weil; and the Hoe Down from
Rodeo," by Aaron Copeland.
A pianist as well as violinist
Miss Field, accompanied Charles
Re.-kin as he performed Paul Hir.
i demith's Sonata No. 1 in (' major.
the Rondo from the Trumpet Cor
certo. by Johann Hummel; and the
Concerto for Trumpet. In VittOrtO
(lianinni.
Coloratura soprano Carol Lynn
Blum accompanied by Mrs. Ber
i.ard Kwartin. sang the 'Nigh'
ingale" and the "Rose.' by Rim-
> sky-Korsakoff.
Commentators were David Re;
! kin and Louis Siegel. In charge at
: tickets was Boris Graber, chair
; man of the Scholarship Fund Cod
1 cert Committee.
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Some 300 persons participated in the "Progress Dinner" at
the Fontainebleau Ho'.el on Saturday evening of the Bikur
Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home. Harry Hershfield, in-
ternationally famous humorist, here presents an award to
Abe C. Fine. Dinner chairman was Miami Beach Council-
man Hyman P. Galbut. Mrs. J. E. Reiser, president, greeted
the gc:hering.
Cedars Ball Will Be Held Apr. 26
Sccoik* annual President's Ball
ol Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
be held on Apr. 26 at the Doral
Beach Hotel.
E. Albert Pallot. a vice presi-
dent of the hospital, trustee and
dtvelopment fund chairman for
several years, will chair the af-
[iair.
The event will honor hospital
iPreside.-.t Harry L Lewis, in whose
odniini5t.-ation Vit upper three
floors were completed.
'The affair is strictly social and
will feature dinner, dancing and
entertainment." said Pallot.
Assisting with advance plans are
Mrs, Ted Lotterman, president,;
Women's Auxiliary, Mrs. Ben
I Oren, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lo-
| maskin, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.!
I Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. I
Lewis, Mrs. Morris Blau, Samuel!
IT. Sapiro, Saul Silberman, Harold;
Dunsky and Stanley H. Wolff.
BB Chapter For
Virgin Islands
Announced in U. S.
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Ralph It
Paiewonsky, Governor of the Vir-
gin Islands, has helped charter
I the first lodge of B'nai B'rith in
. his dominion and become its first
member.
Upon installation of its officers,
the St. Thomas Lodge will become
the first Jewish organization out-
side the synagogue in the Virgin
Islands.
It is also to serve as the be-
ginning of what B'nai B'rith,
the Jewish service organiiation,
hopes to develop into a Carib-
bean District.
An introductory project will be
the formation of a West Indies
Jewish Historical Society of B'nai
B'rith to gather materials for in-
clusion in the Philip M. Klutznick
Exhibit Hall at the B'nai B'rith
Building in Washington. In pre-
paration for this, Gov. Taiewon-
sky recently visited the Exhibit
Hall.
Gov. Paiewonsky, a Jewish bus-
inessman and a native of the Vir-
gin Islands, was appointed to his
post in 1961 by the late President
John F. Kennedy. His brother.
Isadore Paiewonsky, is informal
historian of the Islands.
The Islands were originally set-
tled by Sephardic Jews in 1665,
and the Jewish community will
celebrate its 300th anniversary
next year.
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Friday. March 27. 1984
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
THOMAS D. O'MALLEY
YOUR METRO
COMMISSIONER
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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THOMAS E. MAYO. Manager
4010 N.W. 24th Street Miami, Fla.
Morris Rabinowi'z (left), of Miami Diamond Center, chairman
of the Jewelry Group, outlines the group's program on behalf
of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal. Committee members
are (left to right) Rabinowitz; Judd L. Young, of J. L. Young.
Inc.; Irving Saal. of Irving Saal; and Leonard Lurie, of Lurie
& Sons.
Dial-a-Thon Raises
$4,500 for CJA;
Led by Miami T
Members of the board ol the
Y.\i and YWHA Ol Greater Miami
and Creator Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
launched the 1964 Dial-a Th.m pro-
gram on behalf of Combined Jew.
ish Appeal by raising (4,500 (or the
CJA campaign in two sessions
Led by President A. Build Cut-
ler and Executive Director Kir.urn
(iale. the "Y" raised over (3,000
on Monday evening, Mar 9
On Mar. 11, the N'CJW a IV
cration and CJA benefician ag-
ency, raised Si.500. Mrs. Raymond
Rubin, president ol council, an
nounced that member manned the
phones again in a second Dial-a-
Thon evening on Wednesday
Members of the Creater Miami
Jewish Federation and CJA agen-
cies in the community meet two or
three nights each week to partici-
pate in a Dial-a-Thon on behalf ol
the 1964 campaign
Getting the Transportation Division Combined Jewish Appeal
drive into high gear are (left to right) Joseph Nevel. Venetian
Rambler; A. Arthur Pekelner. Intercoastal Boat Yards; and
Division Charman Ronald Pallot. oi Norton Tire Co.
" CJA Physicians
Pushing Drive
To the Limit
Dr. Maurice Rich, chairman of
the Town Physicians Campaign <>n
behalf of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, announced that the first 50
pledges received for the 1964 cam-
paign amount to 66 percent above
last year's total at this time
Assisted by Vice Chairman Dr.
Sol Center and Dr. Arthur Gilbert
the Town Physicians are planning
to maintain a high percentage of
increase indicated thus far In the
campaign, and also to cover the
pledge card of every physician in
the area, whether or not he has
been a participant in previous
drives.
> i
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Friday, March 27, 1964
+Jenisti Fkuridfaann
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Flanked by Phi Sigma Delta officers at the group', monthly
dinner at the Roney Plaza Hotel is Playboy Club's Bunny
Sally, guest of honor. Fraternity officers (left to right) are
Jerome Lelchuk. vice president; Edward Struwgate, conven-
tion chairman; Louis Horwi'z. treasurer; and Alan Fisk- pres-
ident. r
Rabbi Podet Heard at Forum
What is Important in One's Re
latioiM with Others'' w a s the
subject for Rabbi Mordecai Podet,
"I Temple Judea, when he con-
ducted the third of four lecture-dis-
VMIIA of Greater Miami for resi-
dents of the Southwest area.
The series, on the general theme.
'The Search for a Way of Life,"
met once more Tuesday evening.'
8 15 p.m.. at the Community
Meeting Room of the Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associ-
ation. SW 104th St. and Dixie Hwy.
The program, which is open only
bj advance registration, has been
planned lor men and women from
2.r> to 40 years of age, to provide
a forum for discussion of values.!
beliefs and purposes.
Many Scholarship Winners
NEW YORK(WNSAlmost 40
per cent, or 147, of the eligible sen-
iors at four Yeshiva University
high schools in New York City have
been awarded 1364 New York State
Regents Scholarships, ranging
from $250 to $700 per year lor the
next four years.
New Law Firm
Announced Here
Stanley b. Richard, president 67
the Miami Beach Bar Association,
and Judge Theodore R. Nelson,
Municipal Judge of Bay Harbor
Islands, announce their association
for the practice of law at 605 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, under
the name of Richard & Nelson.
Associated with them is Joseph
C. Segor, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School,
pi' -i cut of the Iron Arrow Honor
Society at the University and
Florida Slate Moot Court Cham-
pion,
Richard has practiced law in
Dade County since 1943 and is a
past chairman of the board of the
Heart Association of Greater Mi-
ami, a director of the Florida
Heart Association and member of
the Florida Bar and American Bar
Association.
Judge Nelson has practiced Ian
in Dade County since 1949. He is
active in community affairs and
has served as Municipal Judge of
Bay Harbor Islands since 1951. He
is presently board chairman of the
Temple Menorah Men's Club and
president of the Surfside Bal Bay
Friends of the Library.
Both Richard and Judge Nelson
arc long time residents of the Mi
;:mi Beach area and active in the
Real Properly, Probate and Trust
Sections of both the Florida and
American Bar Associations.
Stanley Richard Judge Nelson
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CLASSIC MUSIC LIBRARY A SPECIALTY
Special Music Orders Solicited Alan Reskin
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FISHKINDS &UUUU1. *' "' MOO /W
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GREEN. Joseph, 71. of ".."." SE 15th
St.. .n.-.i Mar. ft. Riverside.
AICHENBAUM. Mrs. Sophie, T:.. of
ISO Ocean Dr. Riverside.
berlandstein. Abraham, 78, of
*im Buclld Ave. Gordon.
MITNICK. Philip, <:. of ISO Ooean
Dr. Riverside.
seidel. Louis, ;:.. of 1521 Meridian
Ave Riverside.
SILVERMAN. Isaac, H, at 151
Meridian Ave. Clordon,
UDWIN, Bertha, n, of 1258 Collins
Ave. Blnsberg.
STERNBERG. David "Doc Flnney,"
It, of l^i."> 7:tih Si. ("auseway, Mar L'". Riverside
PAVALOW. Eilwai-d, 5*, ..I m". Mich-
igan Ave., died Mar. SO. Services
in New York." Riverside.
LOEB. Hm-rj of 800 Washington Ave.,
died Mar. 20. I lord, n
ehrenfeld, Mrs. Malvina, M, of
SI ii Royal Palm Ave Rivi rsldi
ROSENTHAL. Max, 88, of 15ml lta>
ltd Services in Newark,
side.
schneitzer. Abraham, It,
MH> St. Services in Newark
eralde.
STULBERG. M.mi. I. 14, ol 111
Dr. Services in Marshall,
Riverside.
WHATSTONE. Rubin 64 ..
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CICERO. Mis Rose C 16, a
4Srd St. Ben lc< in N
Rivi rslde
FINKELSTEIN. Solomon, IS, of 796
-NN ISrd St. Services in. New
Fork. Riverside
FRANKEL. Mrs. Mm v. 7:'. ,.i |n|
Washington Ave. Riverside
HENKIN. Mrs Annette, 12, of (to
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Riverside.
JACOBSON. Herman, 63, of ijioTi
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Lino. Benjamin, 62, of 610 N Shore
Dr Services In Hackensak, N.J.
Newman.
Shapiro. Herman 84, ,.r 812* vi>i
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
AT LAW
No. 64L 743
Iotce i'i:< ipbRTIKS, ixi\, and
I 'ARl !.. INC., m MARGATE,
Petitioners,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2799
DALE LEVY OABE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
STl'ART ABRAM OABE,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: STI.'ART ABRAM GABE
<.::>:, Austin Street
Rego Park, i.i x.v
Y.ni are hereby notified thai
of *.>ni|iinini for Annulment
been filed against you, and you
required to serve ;.....py f
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LEGAL NOTICE
'N.JHfLlry JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61480-C
In RE: Estate ..f
BARBARA ANN MORGW
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Toam Creditors and All Persons Hav-
jStat? '"' """""'* Agalnai Said
Y.m are herebj not ned and re-
1 ;' '"i";-"' anj claims and de-
tnands which you may have agalnai
Restate of BARBARA ANN MOr!
n ,''" '-"' tae "f Dade County
Florida. ... the County Judge
ounty, and file the sanir
??{*. '83 provided in
fl.18, Florida Slatutei
Ji---~ In the Count}
JJaili- C.unty. Florida
en.iar months from m.
first publication hereof
will be barred.
d-.'^'.'f'1!;" tam,J nridn. this 20th
Bl of March, A.D. IH64
ANN MORGAN
m. **, Admlntetratrlji
\y;,.-.'."' '''' "f March, IK64
KOVNER \ MANXHEIMER
Attorneys for Administratrix
lOODuponl Plan Center
Miami. Florida
may l>
if Dad
dupli-
in Section
in their of-
"ourthouae In
within six .al-
Um.. ,.f he
or the same
4.:i-in-i7
Bill lADMl M"lt HOMES*
NATHAN B. Ill K 'I >,
Respondents,
NOTICE TO APPEAR
PROCEEDING TO
RE-ESTABLISH LOST NOTE
TO: RROADMOOR HOMES, INC., a
Florida corporation, 11 nil NATHAN
B. lit 11 i|i. AN11 Tl' Al.l, 1 l'lli:i:
I'ERSI >NS INTERESTEI >:
Ytr ARE HEREliY NOTIFIED to
i" and appear before the Honorable
lleorgi E Schulx, one of the Judge* of
the above styled Court in the Dade
Count) Court House ..1 Miami. Flor-
ida, at 1:45 o'clock I'M .>n Hi.- 23rd
da) .'f April, IH6I, an.I 1I1.11 ami there
show cause, if any you can, by an-
swer duly filed, as required b) law,
why the promlssor) note, described In
the Petition ..11 file hi rein, ..r which
the following is r true copy, to*wlt:
No. 1-1! 14,509.00 Jul) 5, 1662
Eight months after date, ror ralue
r......Ived, We piomlse to lift)' (.. the
order of JOYCE PROPERTIES, INC.,
.1 Florida coiimration, and CAROL
INC. of MARGATE, a Florida col-
oration. Four Thousand Five llun-
dred ($4,5OO.O0) I'..liars, payable at
the Hank of Dade County, of North
.Miami Beach, Florida, with Interest
thereon ol I'.i per cent, per annum
from date until fully paid. The
maker and endorser of this note
further agree to waive demand, no-
tice of non-payment ami protest,
and in ease suit shall he brought for
1 he collet tlon hereof, ; the same
has t,. he colle. ted upon demand of
an attorney, to pay reasonable at-
torneys (-- for making such ool-
lection*
This n..l
lime ami
p. bait).
This note is subject to the terms '
"i an Agreement of Warranty by ;
..lid between the partiea dated June
-.*. l.'ii..
Tlii~ ........f a series Of notes;
numbered I, :. :i and 4. executed i
is day by the undersigned, default
will cause the remaining :
. to Immedlati 1\ mature.
IROADMOOR HOMER, INC
a Florida corporation
B) Nathan B l{.,.i ,.. H|)
I'n nld. 11'. Nathan B. Rood
-1: s Lillian C. Souverln (seal)
Secretary, Lillian t\ Kouveiin
(SAID NOTE I'KI.S. i.NAI.I.Y EN-
IN>ltb'ED I'.Y NATHAN B. ROODJ
which promlsH-ir) note is alleged In
said Petition I., have been lost, mis-
laid or stolen, should not be re-esiab-
llshed, and i" which said promlssors
note the said Petition prays that \<
true and correct......y thereol be es-
Wished as ami in lieu ,.f th.....1g.
inal 11..1.-, and thai said re-established
note by decreed to be the sole and
rightful propert) ..f JOYCE PROP-
MARGATE^ '""' ''Al:'"- IN'' '"
iii:i:i:in i-aii, not.
WTTNE88 my hand and seal ol said
,""";" "" County Court House,
MathflMT' PIrUta' ,b'"5,h daj "f
I- H. I.KATIlKUMAN.
Clerk f said Court
(seal) By: C P. COPKLAND
....... Deputy Clerk
SPONDERand BLOOM
Attorneys for Petitioners
ubh n.k. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida 3S16I
. ..I*-S,,1'!J
Answer or Heading to the Bill of
Complain! on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
TAI.IA.Ni H'l'. WALLER .. LITMAN,
120 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla.,
and file ili uriglnal Answer or Plead-
ing in in. office "f the Clerk of the
dr.uii I'ouii on or Before the Wat
day of April, 1964. If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will i- tak-
en agalnsl \>>\ ;>'i ihe relief demand-
el in Ihe Bill if Complaint.
Tin* notice shall be published once
each week f'*r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDI \ x
DONE AND ORDERED ill Miami.
Florida, this I2ih da) of March, All,
IM4,
1: 1: :.i:\T111.km an.
1 'lerk, Clrcull < 'ourt,
I lade Count) Flm Ida.
(Circuit "ourl Seall
Bj 1. RNEEDEN,
1 hii\ 1 "lerk.
TADIANOFF, WALLER ,v LITMAN
1241 IJncoln ltd. Miami Beach
Attorneys for Plaintiff. : 20-27 I :t-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAfJE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62,525--A
in RE: Estate of
I'AI'L A. MACAKiH I
1 deceased.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You an hereby 11..11.1 and re-
quired to pres.nl any claims and de-
mands which you may have iKainst
the ..-(ate of PAUL A. MACAROFt
deceased late of Dade County.
Florida^ to the county Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided ill sect'on
783.16, Florida .statutes, In their of-
fices Is the County Co.jithouse hi
Dade County. Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months- from the time of the
first puidieation hereof, or the same
Will he haired
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Isth
da) "f March, A.D. IS64,
LEON A EPSTEIN
As Administrator
in-1 publication of ihi- notice on
Hi.- 27th day of March, 1664
l.K' i.v A EPSTEIN
Attorne) ror Administrator
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
3 L'7. I :'.-|ii-17
III
prepaid
a..... nil
ji any-
without
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2872
.1 s. 1ILKAS0N, JR., as Administrator
of Veterans Affairs, an Officer of
Hi. I'nlted States of America, and
his su.-, essors in such office, and
his or 1 ii- ii assigns,
I'l ilntiff,
CARMEIXI SANCHEZ, el u\. .1 a I,
I '.I", nd.nls
NOTICE OF SUIT
i" carme;... .-.,:.. ;,,.,. and
OILDA SAVCHE2S, his wife, if
living, Including an) unknown
spouses of said Defendants if
the) have ri married, and if dead,
(heir unknown heirs, devisees,
ci-aiii.es. assignees, creditors,
llenors, irustees, ami all other
persons claiming by, through,
undei or ugalnsl these Defend-
ants, whose residences are un-
know 11.
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED]
sun h.,s i.e. 11 broughl agalnsl
I i: lleiison, lit., as Aiimin-
I V ans Affairs, an Of-
of which
not.
All.
- lose a in
lowing di
Lot ', 1
I.AKK STK\ EN
1 ordlng 1,1 the plal
corded In I'l.i Bn
114, ol Hi.
Count) 1 Ids
YlM
thai a
you b)
[strata
(Icei of do- 1'nl.ed stai.s ..r Ameri-
ca, and his successors In such of-
flee, and his m iheli assigns, to fore-
'tgnir< em umbering the fol-
mi.,,i property, to-wit:
ol CAROL CITY
ESTATES, ii.-
thereof, as re-
ok ';.".. a 1 page
rds .if Dade
TOGETHER
IN THE COUNTY UDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61873C
IN RE: Estate of
ISADORE SCHWARTZ, a k a
ISIDOR SCHWARTZ, a k a
ISIIm IRE SCHWARTZ,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, To All ci.dii,, s : mi ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims 01 Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claims and de-
mands which >on niav hav, agalnsl
, the estate .a Isadori Schwarta, a k a
Isldoi Schwarta, a k a Isidore Sch-
warti deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided iii Section 733 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Pad. Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time "f the first publication
hereof, -n the same will be barred.
Dated at Mi mil. Florida, this 3rd
da] of Man Ii. A I >, 1964
Rl'DOLPH SCHWARTZ
As Administrator
Flrsi iiiibu<-.uion ,.f this notice nn
Hi. i:th day of March, IM4
J. DAVID UEBMAN
Attorney for Admiiiis'i-atnr
20 SI-:. 1st Ave.
Miami, Florida
3 13-20-27, I ::
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2776
Itl'SSFLI. 11. JUNES,.
I'laintiff. I
-VK-
MlNNll.or JONES,
I 'efendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU, .MINNII.iM JONES, 1415 Jim
Street. Duncan, Oklahoma, are re-
quired to file join .niswi to the
Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk
of the above styled .-ourt and serve
.....P.v thereof upon CLAUDE M,
BARNE8, -2 Fla., on or before the loth day ..,
April, 1964, otherwise the 1 implalnt
will be taken .,s confessed by you
Dated this 12th day ..r March, 1664
B, B. LEATHERMAN,
I 'l.-rk ol circuit Co
By: c L. ALEXAND It.
Deput) clerk
:: SI -.7 I :: |0
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62428 B
In RE: Estate of
NETTIE CENDER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persoi
Having claims ,,r Demands Against
s.ii.i Estate:
You are hereh) notified tnd r. if
.lulled tO pr.se t any .lain,- ,nd >
mands which you may havi agalu-^
the .slat.- .,f NETTIE IINI', P
deceased late ol Dade County, Fk -
Ida, to the County Judges f Dn.h
County, and file the sain, dupli-
cate and as provided In Sectl 1 7::.: |.;
Klorlda Statutes, in their 1 fflcee In
the County Court house In Da le Coun-
ty, Florida, w illiin MX .1. ml.,,
months from (he tlmi of -.... f|r..
publication hereof, or Hi- ,a u \
be billed.
1 >ated at Miami, PI01 Ida Ii 1 jth
lay of March, A.D, \U.
ISIDORE C EN DEI
As Executor
Flrsl publication ol this ,, .,
the -'"th day of March, |M
FREDERICK KEIGER
Attorni y for Isidore Cendi
126 Lincoln Road
:: : .' 1 1
*
1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY <:i\ N il
the undersigned, desiring to tagi
business under the fictitious .in.
CENTRAL TRAINING CENTER
:'-i N.E SSUi Street, Miami Plorl
:t:tl"7 Intends to register sa i nai
with the Clerk ..f die Circuit
Dade County, Florida.
EUGENE MARLER
:i {0 I
-id
XVI III
I1T:
:""l you ..' 1, quired to file your
answer with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
cull Court ..r Dade County, Florida
at the Courthouse in Miami. Florida,
on or before April 20, l!..;i, and to
*erve a cop) of sui h answ
Plaintiff's ait..rue
MAN. whose address Is i"l Bust FUg-
"' Street, Miami 32. Florida, on
b.-foi, said dare, as required b)
I I- lot lil.1 If ,,, fail to d
inplalnl u-lll be taken
ressed b) you and a 11.
f.sso will b. entered
law s
Ihe
Refrigerator HA
.- upon
HAVI|. p. CATS-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.kNOT1CE ,s HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslgi...... desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nami ol
1..S..1 ikk for cuts .,, !..., c,.. ;
'j. Florida, intend t.. register said
name with th. Clerk of the Clrcull
ourt "f 1.,-,,1,. c,,ty. I loiida
KMfl'IRE FOR (SIFTS, INC.
a Florida ror|H>ration,
Owner EStjriRE Foil cuts
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Atlorni > for Esquire for Gifts In.
:'ii Security Trusl Bldg
Miami 32, Florida
17, 1 :-ni-i7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GM ...' Ih
ihe undersigned, desiring to ; ...
business under the Mctll.....n line
APEX sil'l'i.v at ;<: thwi
Eighth Street, Miami. Floridn
to reglstel said name with :
of Ihe circuit Court Dadi
Florida.
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sri'i'i.iKs. inc.
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(lerk of ii, ,. Clrcull Co lit
I Mde County, Florida
'' P. ctil-Ki.Axi,
Deputy Clerk
DAVID I' CAT8MAN
101 la..-1 Fkiglnr Street
-Miami 32, Florida :: 20-27 1
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tiday. March 27, 1964
LEGAL NOTICE
+Je*lst fhrSdian
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
DTlCE IS HEREBY niVRN that
undersigned, desiring to i-hkiikc \n
s un CENTRAL CARPETING: CEN-
Fl/><>lt COVERING; I'KN-
CARPET SERVICE: CBN-
W, CARPET CLEAN I Nd at Suite
i ,'-" ,.!'"";'" ,"'""! Ma.i. Miami
g. h. Florida, Int. nd ,,, renlmei
names with the Clark of ih<
it Court of l>..... County, Plor-
RALPH TALARICO
Soli' owner
VERSTEIN. KWITNEY
I' GOl'DISS
orneya fur Applicant
Paul Kwltney
Lincoln Road, Miami Kearh
: 6-13-20-27
Page 11-I
EY HENRY LEONARD
..,
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62407.A
RE! Batata of
I JESSIE UICKLER PETTEB
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and all Persons
mi.- talma or Demand. Against
id Batata:
ft ..u are hereby iiotifiod and re-
i-il to prea-nt any claim, and (le-
nds which you may have ngnlnsi
estate of BESSIE D1CKI.FR
(CTTEIt deceased late <.f Dude cun-
Florida, lu the County Judge* ol
id- County, and file the same in
Plicate and as provided in Section
I-: '.ii. Florida Statute*, In their of-
s iii the County Courthouse in
. "'......nty, Florida, within sis ,-ai-
ular in..nili- from the Ume .if the
rat publication hereof. tba ..,.
till he barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, thla 2nd
ol March, A.I i. 1964
SIDNEY .1. DICKLER
As Executor
lr-t publican,.....r this notice on
i.ih day ..r March, 1964.
'Al NCE, FINK FORMAN
tttoi n,! i.ir Executor
tis Congress Bldg.
'' 8-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
'", tfnderalgbed. desiring to engage
" bu* ness under the fictitious nan..
of < I st.i.mk,! RELATION BERVICE
.Suite MO, 120 Lincoln lt.,l. Miami
Beach, Hi, int.-ml to register said
";'"; ,'_ ''"'''lU '< cirSiit
Court of Dnde County, Florida
EDWARD L. RERNS
Sole Owner
PACL KWITNEY
sii.vi:i:stki\\ KWITNEY
* GOl'DISS
Attorney* f..r Applicant
120 Lincoln Road
______. 8/13-10-27. 4/2
"And Sam, i,' you want it should be a 'Festival
of Fieedom' for me, too next year we go to
the Community Seder at the Temple."
Copr. 1963, Vayj P;eE?uctioni
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
I. ml all
1H in.i i.ds
noiitied
Persons
AgaiiiBl
a n i re >
an I ile-
n gainst
FRIED-
I 'oun-

i7HAEMrX^JY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62310-B
ii UK: Estate of
LENORE s. FRUBDWALD.
l >eceaaed,
.... >N,OTICE T CREDITORS
i" All i reditors
" i> Ing i 'talma or
si id Estate:
You are hereby
quired t.. present any ctaTmr
man.is which you may hnvi
the. estate nf LBNttRE s
JJ "!>. deceased late of Ha,l
i ;.t ,'""'',;,' ,nS ''"""> Judge* ,.f
d.V.lT ','Jl""V ""' tO* the same in
-: JV""1 '" Prided in Section
l. Plorlda Mamies, m their of.
Dide ,',',"' ,',""!'!' 'on.ll.oilse In
, n ""r,d"> w'lhln six cal-
ii.i.ii months from ihe time .f the
first pi.i.ncii.,,, her. ,.r. ,,. Mil '..
vni I..- barred.
i "ted a, Miami, Florida, this trd
UEORGK I III HI >v. ALI-
AS Executor
First publication ..i thla notice on
the on, day of March, lff|,
><.....RT II. TRAURIG
Attorney for Batate
; v I. duPont Building.
-Miami 32, Florida
:: (-13 .20-2i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. In PROBATE
, No. 61963-C
In RE: Batate of
SARAH LAP1DES,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
To All Creditor*
laving Claim* or
Said Estate;
You ore I, i by

i
CREDITORS
mid all Persona
Demand* Again*!
notified an.) re-
2 t" pr.-s.-nt anj ,.,.,;,, .,,, (|(_
""is which von may have against
Jtate oi SARAH LAPIDES, .1.-
eaaed lite of I ..).. County, Florida,
tv .',', "f!!"y j""1^'"1 < Itade Coun.
and ',"', ':"", in Oupllcate
ml as provided in Section JUM
;,' '[ Statutes, i their office* In
em, ""i," .''"'til-Use in Dad*
n.Mh' S?p|d"i "i"'i,, "* ealendai
IH.lJi^ '''-"f. or the same l.l
.i-,V"'V',-'", M,aml- Plorlda, thla Jin,
i i February, a Ii |'h;i
ai;k LAPIDES
',.. A* Administrator
,,,.",' imliiic.ul,,,, 0f ,|,i, ,;,.,. ,,
r-KSKN A: ESSEN
1 Mli"J"'-\" /.'"' Admlnlatrati r
'' seybold Bldg.
Miami 32, Plorlda
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 60854
in RE: Batate of
ATTii.i.i ,1, .\i\i: COMASCHI.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
To AM Creditor* and \ll Persons Hav-
iiu- Claim* or Dtmantls Againsl said
Bstate:
Ymi are hereby notified find re-
nulrcd to present anv claim, and
demands which illll may have Hgainat
h,. .stale of ATTll.li) DEMAR CO-
MASCHI, deceased late ..i Dnde Coun-
ty, Plorlda, to the Counts Judge* of
Iade County, and file the same In
duplicate and a* provided in Section
733.18, Florida Statute*. In their of-
,fl"- the County Courthouse ,,,
Dade Lounty, Rorlda, win,in -ix ,..ii-
en.iar months from the time of the
first publication h.:-.r, or the same
will be barred.
Hate.i at Miami, Florida, thi* 4th
day of March. A P l!i4.
SANPORTl s FAIN, i:
As K\e, ill,,.
First puhiicHiiori ..f this nolle.....i
the ..Hi day of March, IM4.
FAUNCB, FINK \ H.I1MAN
Attorney., for Executor
1902 Congn-aa Rid*;., Miami. Pta.
3/C-I3-20-27
TO
N THE COUNTY lUDGF'c ro.qT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. In PROBATE
No. 59615-C
in RE: Batate of:
JULIA B. RI7DD
I leceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have fie.l Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Finii Discharge
a* Executor of Ihe estate of JII.IA
B. KI'HIi. deceased: and that on the
13th day ..r Aorll, 1964, will apply to
the Honorable County .iihIk.-s ,,r
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
amid Final Report and for distribu-
tion ami final discharge as Executor
of the estate of the above-named
1........it. Thi* tiih day of March, Itttfi. i
1MN1EL A. RL'DI), Executor
i.y Herman T !-.. Attorne)
HERMAN T. ISI.-
P.O, I Sox I7:'7
Coral Uablea, Fla.
: 18-20-27
INI THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1'TH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2378
ELBA RODRKil'EZ UARCI \
I'lainHff,
-VB-
I -IIS A GARCIA,
l>. fendailt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I.FIS A. GARCIA
'all,. 13, No. .".
'arc, la .".. Manzana 71
Hot... Bah la Comerdul
Guanatatcoa, Habana
Cuba
v.., ami: herery KnriiiEn
tnaj a Complaint for Divorce has
1....... ,; "'' "gainat y.,,, and you arc
required to serve B copy ,.f your An-
I-m'y m""p,'I'".'- .ri,:"Q-'ifl"s Attorney,
l.ii>.\l, FLAOtl JONAS, ;^u 7lst
SI-,.,! Miami H.acll. Florida, 33141.
and [lie the criglnal Answer in the
Wfjce ... the Clerh of the circuit
Aprn, l.'M. If >., fail t,, ,i0 go ,h,
allegation* f s;,i,i Complaint will be
i.ik. n .,, conCeased by u.
]M|jMi:i- this 2nd day ..f March,
B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk'
UJ ; P. COPELAND,
IH-puty Clerk
3/6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Art. of 1941
File AA-21214
Mmcrc is HBREUT OITWN that'
'ape sable Corporation, holder ,,f
o,,ty Tax Bale Certificate No. SB2 ,'
Issued the 1st day of .Mm,., A.D inm '
has filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
Be issued Uierpon. Said Certlfleme
embraces ih.. following described
m-oocriv in the County of Hade, State
in Florida, tii-wii:
B 20 Ft Ml, of W 877.8 Ft ME
t t,-",' .F',"f NW'-1 "Wl-4
Of M\ 1-4 Less S IT, Ft Section
84, Townahlp 52 Bouth, Range n
Last, containing .08 Acres more
v',' ,*",.,Ih,, r,"""> < 1'ade,
Stale of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the raid certificate was |n the,
name of Sl.ln.v Cooper
Cnless said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law, ,|. |,n,|r.v '
;b-i.l.ed herein will he sold to he
highest bidder a, ,,. ,,., HOUBJj
d,s,r nn the first Monday in the month
of aW,C- "hkh "tethd.y
..':.v'd,::::;;*:.;,,,- -* .
Bj R. M. LEBPER, D.C. n
________________________ 8/8-18-20-27 I
I
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jewisii nvricUairi
solicits your legal notictM.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4665
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nan;.
of SOUTHEAST CASUAL FURNI-
TURE CO., at 8701 Northeast 4th
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerh
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
iv, Florida
CEBU RATTAN OF FLORIDA INC.
Hi'WARD R. HIKSCII
Attorne) for L'ebu Rattan of
Florida. Inc.
1 20-25 I 11*1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nan'-
of ABBE JALOUSIE, AWNINi:
WINDOW AND DOOR CO. at 8t03
X. W. 17th Avenue. Miami, intend
to register said name with the Clerl
,., J?PJ'CE BV PUBL'CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
pt;ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY". IN CHANCERY
. ,, NO. 64C 2521
SAM SPIEOEL,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ANNA BARD SPIEGEL,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ion, ANNA CARD SPIEGEL,
hereby notified that a Complaint
I'ivoiv,. has ...... filed against
ami you are required to serve
copy of .v.,,,,- Answer or Pleading to
the i omplalni .,n ti. Plalntlfr* at-
torney, KOMMEL A ROGERS 420
V-l!"a .'.. I 'm1' ;XI,;""i "''"I'. Florida
88189 and file the original Vnewer or
other i leading In the office ,,f the
Cleric ..f the Circuit Court on or be.
rore the nth day of April, if..;i if
> on fail fM do so, judgment l.v ,i.
[ii::'!...:!:1;1.,"::-^.....'->-.t

!
are
for
you.
the Circuit Court of Dade Com,
Klorlda.
MYRON .1. NATHAN
RPTH NATHAN
:: L'"-.1'. I 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th i
the undesigned, .Vs'to........ngaae I
business und.-r the fictitious name of
PROFESSIONAL III-.Al.i, n.s at K-
Fast in. Avenue, Htaleah, Fla., In-
tends to register raid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad,
County, Klorid ,.
MORTON ANCHELL
_________________________3/20-27 4/3-1 *
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62391 A
I iii RE: Bstate of
SAMUEL L. CCHT1S,
Deceased.
CREDITORS
and All Persons
Demand* Agaiaxi
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having claims ,
sii.i Batate:
Von are hereby
., I.
for
C..,N0T'CE UNDER
"ICllin,UJ ...... Aw
u"J,">'': ,S "SM1BY O'VEN that
" m.,:mu,,i, deslrlm to engage
usiiicss nndei ih, fictitious name
MK | PRDI'ERTIBH at Ml Lin-
1,1 'toad. Miami Beach. I la intend
Klsler said name with Ihe Clerk
in* ( ircuit ( ..nit of Da.ie Coun-
Honda.
GEonniC MILLER and
GLORIA MILLER, his wife
(Undivided .',"'. i
M-I.1AN KCRLANDKIt and
ANN KURLANDER, his wife
i Undivided S69 )
IRBNB LBRNBR
'Undivided |5*)
r'KIMAN A KAI'l.AN
for Applicants
YERS,
iilev
8.W.1 Street
8/8-18-20-27
c.r-rNOTICE UNDER
\(,T,,C,T,TIOUS N*ME LAW
the Z ', K .IS "BBBBY GI\'EN that
In i > rs'"r"'"' ******* < ensag*
of >nn !Lnd'r "" fictitious name
n' h,,:,-T BBAL WINDOW C<>.
, 1st.. ,k :""A Worida, Intends to
ih. /5u2 ".'M """" "'"' 'he Clerk
I <> Florida? rt "f B*lto Coun"
d.,V',,,'f,V.:,1' MiC""i. Florida, this 26t
I "' rebriiHiv. 1884
IFViv !' PACETTl
lAtlomL^f''":"",'^' HOLTZMAN
Uc>" f"r Applicant
4 3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2456
IN THE MAT i'l-.l; ,|- THE
AI h PTU i.N OF:
ANTIliNHTTI. DAVlS,
A mill..r hlld.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHRISTINE DAVlh
Route No I
l 'a\ labro, i ieorgla
YOC, CHRISTINE DAVIS
hereby notified ih.it a I'etltln
Adopt',.n has been filed In il. above
H.yled Court and you arc re.piii.d to
ii:. th,. original answer u, objections
to show cau.se ullj s.u.l petition
should not be granted In the office
ol the ci.rk of the above styled Court,
and epics ih.j.-io on the uttornes for
r.ii.i,.n.rs, OAKLEY II, SMITH
I'"1 >' U' X""!' llh*'" <"" Miami.
Horlda. on or before th* Mih da) of
April, i:n;i.
There is no known address of VK-
LLNEI JORDAN, ihy, ij.uu.al rather,
and after dllUeiu s.-aich, the ivhere-
abouta of VBLENB JORDAN Is un-
known.
HEREIN FAIL NOT. or the relief
requeated b) th* Petitioners, shall be
granted.
DATED this tli day of March.
E. II. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circiili Court
(leal) By: C. P. C0PBL \nh
Deputy Clerk
yu-sp.r
urtTire mv ?i;SLirATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 2294
AUDREY v KIRKPATRICK,
Plaintiff,
-VS-
DAVID F. KIRKPATRICK,
I'etelldllllt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IMI'D F. KIRKPATRICK
Hilda. Illinois
You, David 1-. Klrknatrlck, are
hereby notified that a Mill of Com-
plaint for Mivorc has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading ',, Hi,. Bill of Complaint on
I the Plaintiffs attorney, (INSLEE
R. Ferdle, Suite 203-204 231S B.W
[TWeune Roail, Coi-al Uablea, Florida
S8IJ1 ami file. Ihe original Anawer ,,r
Plead!i n in the office of the Clei k
of the Circuit Court on ..r before
the oth day of April, mui. If you
fall to do SO, jiidguient by default
will be i ik. n against you for the re-
Ital plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week t^r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORJDI AN
lM.Ni: ANI. ORDERED ai Miam-
I-' rida. thi, Isth
,1... ii-i ,....., ..vh.iisi y,, ,, "iiu r.Miui.
roe nr..iSLremanded ta the Complaint J v"" hereby notified and re-
t-i,i !..',' I quired t" preaeni any claim., and d. -
... i, ... i '.' '" '"' PUhllahed ..n.-e 'man,Is which you may have again,i
n Til' icvv,'Vi"",.'.'"'"" '""' "ks I "' 'siaie of SAMUEL L. CURTIS
Ii vi- J *vV ", ''"RII'IAN. deceased late of Dade County, Floi -
,,,nV->1'- :VN" OROERED at Miami Ida, to the County .Indue, ,',. ii:i..
DONE AND ORDERED at'"Miami I Ida.
horlda, this llth day 0f March. m!.j
K. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
%tCor?'se2r,8 '''""> K,"""i"
I'D Lincoln lloid
Miami Deach, Florida 18118
____ 3 13-20-27, I I
'N,LH.EK. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE '
iv ,,,. .. No 62349-A
I.N RE: Bstate of
L. A. .ionics, also knoyn as
LESLIK ALLAN JONES,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lo All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-j
Batate* '"' """i""1* Agalnal Said i
You are hereby notified and requlr- .
ed t, preaeni any claims and dc-
man,su,i, ,,>,,,, n,a> have a.ain,,
knoWr--e "-'" A-- JONES, a.so
thu County Judges ,,i Had.
j County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 783.16,
Florida s.iniii.s, in their offices in
the County C.....-thouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the fii ,|
publication hereof, or th,. same will
be barrel.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this li'il,
day of March, A.D. 1984
h UEKTHA CURTIS
BERTHA OPRTIS, also known *,
BIRDIE CURTIS
\s Executrix
i Irat publloatlon ..f thi* notice on
Ihe 20th day of March, l;.,. I.
ARONOVIT2, SILVER ,\- SCHKR
Attorney* lor i-..\ecuuix
>"7 All si > Building, Miami. Fla.
1 20-27 1/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0 =
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHA1MCERY
No. 64C 2671
i',:.,'.',. "'-N1'..-\ ulso fHE WlLLIAMSBl'RGH
* LESLIE ALLAN JONEK SAVINGS BANK.
.. day of February!
A.D. !'.';!. ,
K H. LEATHFRMAN, clerk ":""l at Miami, Plorlda
t Court, Dade Countx Plorlda! aj '" Mapch, A.D. 1984.
A. I.W PRISTOL
As Administrator
.,s..,l lab ,,, Had,. County, F|,-. Plaintilf.
,;, \ ';;"",v Juiqres of h,i. I vs.
,..,.,"'"' r"'',, "" "" In llupll- OOUGU\S GORDON STEVENS
Fl. i'"' "'" "''- Honda statute*, in their offices In
in-< oiinty Courthouse in Had.. ,-,,.
'"'"''. within six calendar months
hereof or","!!9 "' "'" fils' "ttb"" "
i. or ti. same win be barred.
tliis loth.
...H
:!
4.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage
in business under the fictitious name
of A Ai p SALES AGENCY it :.7i7
Southwest Eighth Street .Miami. Flor-
ida intend,- i,, register Aid name with
the ci.-i. of the < Ircuit Court ,.i Dade
County, Florida.
BEAUTY AND TJ \|;i::
Att,
SUPPLIES. INC
m-
.: n.,J s:
SHAPIRO, PRIED A WEIL, Esqs
tUl Lincoln RoadSuite 10-11
Miami JJeaoh. Piurlua 3U38
'i l: -It 'ourt S
By: L. s. DePIETRO
lh-puty Clerk
A INSLEE R. FBRDIE
Suite 202-204
2111.', s w. LeJeunc Load
Coral i inbles, Florida 83134
I iv..ads
6-13.20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62049-B
iii RE: Estate ol
ACiir.-TA LI BASCI
I Leased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To v;i Creditor* and all Persons
Having t lalm,, or Demand* Agalnal
said Eetatg:
v., -, .,-,- hereby notified and r. -
on....i to pn s. ut any l.,nn, and d< -
mantis which yon may have uaalnst
thi estate of At'iU'STA Li i;\s.-|
d. .eased late o| Dade County, Flor-
kla, t' tha t ounty iudgea .'.f Dade
County, and id,- ti. same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Seel..... ;;: 18
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the < ountj Courthouse in Pad,, i'oiin-
ty. Plot Ida, within six calendar
months horn the time of the first
Publication her.of, or the same will
be barred.
Dated .u Miami. Florida, thi, 26th
day ol February. A.D. 1984,
' "" It ISC1
As Administrator
First publication of this notii e i
--rcn, 1*64.
noli.
,, ''"',':', lhlleatlon of this
the 13th day of March. p; |
A. JAY i 'RJSTl H,
Attorney for Administrator
.V;1''. /,'.1...... Oa-le Federal Bldg.
-I -N.L. 1st Ac, .Miami. |.-|:1.
:: 18-2 I-J7
In
Slli.v ,'N. ip tODMAN \- I
By: s> h.ni n. iioitx
man
OLTZMAN
Attorn, > f..r Administrator
46 Sej bold pudding
; M,.i
mi JJ, Florid
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. I NPROBATE
No. 61748-A
RE: Estate of
UERTRITM 11. ROGERS STt
I as.d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and te-
iniiie.l to preeent any claims ami
demands whi.h .on may have againsl
the ..-late of BERTRCM II. ROGERS,
Sit., deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges
pf Had, County, and file the same
Iii duplicate and as provided in Sec-
lion 738.16, Florida Statutes, in their
office* in the County Courthouae In
Dade County, Florida. Within s;\ cal-
endar months from the tim, of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated in Miami, Florid,,, this nil
da) Ol March. A !. 1964,
CH VRLES i: ROGERS
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
lb. Mh day of March, 1964,
TZMAN
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
I' I touglas t:< .-. ,,n Stevens and
.Marianne c Stevens, hi, wife,
iii? Lake Shore Boulevard
Rochester, New York
You are hereb) notified that tl
above cautioned action ha* been Inat
tuted against you In tha Circuit C
,.n of the Eli v nth Judicial Circuit of
I lOI-lda In and for Hade Comity to
I torcrlos, a mortgage upon the follov-
i ini; described r.ai property:
i-.i H, Block i. WESTHAVBN
HEIGHTS, accordini t.. the Pirn
I ) thereof, recorded iii I'lat Book GO al
Page 34 of ihe Public Records ol
i lade 'ountj. I lorlda, together with
lloi Water Heater, Venetian itlin*,.
j .'one Uarbage Din w/Cans: an
Colic. Cluthl s Poles.
I You ate r,.lulled to file vour an-
swer io plaintiffs complaint with Hi-
< lerk ol the aforesaid Court, .,n |
*jve a copy thereof upon plaintiff-
attorney MARTIN i-lnk, n,i, Floei
1 Oado Federal Building, Miami fa,
i-leiida. no, later than April II, I'.tbi
or a_Decree Pro Coufeu will be en-
tered against you.
I 'A'l'Ki : Mareh lu, i:i64
B. B. LBATHERMAN
'lerk of the Circuit Court
's.aD By: MARGCER1TH MORFORD
. MARTIN FISEP",yeWk
Attorni > for ITalntlff
14th Floor cad, Federal Bldg.
Miami :;:'. Florida
___ I 13-20-27, 4 ::
YI.VVN V II, d.TZMAN
Attorney for Administrator
846 Seybold Building
Miami ;:_', f%m Ma
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-niiici: is in.i{i.,:y QIVEN thu-
the undersigned, desiring to eniagein
busIneg., under th fktJtlou* name ,.:
'I'1 -in i OPFER at 6910 N.W. 33th
"fue, Miami, Florida Intend, i,
register said n: hie with the Clerk of
Court of Hade County,
' Florida.
JAsa.n RADDING
Solg < IW ii.r



Page 12-E
* k*istfkrkMar
Friday, March 2" 1964
A Joyous Passover to All...
5724
BEAU RIVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
SHELBORXE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
The Kulok's (I.AHI>IO\r HOT I I
FRIENDLY CASUAL CONVENIENT
1700 COLLINS AVE. Cor. 17th St., MIAMI BEACH
Leonard B. Lang. Mgr. JE 8-4661
HAPPY PASSOVER
SAN JUAN HOTEL
Mr and Mrs. Max Go'^an & Helen Gutman & 'he^ fami
extend to all a *ery HapDy & Healthy 'assc-.er He r?.
1680 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9881
MIAMI BEACH
LEON M. ROSENBLUM
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
4000 COLLINS AVENUE
JE 8-6721
BARRY HESSER. Manager
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE MARGOLIS
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Sincere Best Wishes
for a Happy Passover
To Our Friends
CAVALIER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
BEST WISHES FOR
PASSOVER
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
^r. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
SAVOY HOTEL
"Open Year Around"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 NW 2nd Street
Pfcaa* ft 44863
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
National Hotel
and the
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
A Very Happy
Passover
HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS
GOLDEN NUGGET
MOTEL
185SS COLLINS AVE
- :
Belvedere Hotel
843 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kali
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL
3E5T WISHES FOR
PASSOVER
LUCERNE
HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
Best Wishes for a
Happy Passover
MOULIN ROUGE
RESORT MOTEL
On Indian Creek
at 41st Street
Miami Beach
- "
1964
c
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MARTINIQUE HOTEL
6423 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
UN 6-5711
.ERRY GRANGER. Manager
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ALOHA MOTEL
7500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PI 7-0616
MORRIS FROGEL
SURREY HOTEL
4390 COLLINS AVE. JE l-Ittl
MIAMI BEACH
BOB LEFKOW1TZ
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
WOFFORD BEACH RESIDENCE HOTEL
FOR RETIREMENT IJVTNG
On m Ocean A 24th ST. 4 Boardwalk. M. B. JE I-6691
SHEPLEY HOTEL
1340 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-6724
Irving and Tess:e Wasserrr.cn
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74rh STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 6-6231
VR & "ARi. 1EW1S LESHNER
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
TRITON TERRACE
HOTEL
2729 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-6651
SANFORD SLATER
GREETINGS WITH A
JOYOUS PEACEFUL
PASSOVER
BERKELEY
SHORE HOTEL
1610 Collins Ave.
JE 1-5731
IOU NADLER -
FRANK GREGORY
HOTEL PROMENADE
jusajaOeofc,', i-ceuv-'3Jd
IflU if
30N3AV SNITtOD 69
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CLAVELON HOTB
4210 COLLINS AVENUE
JEHerson 1-1171
FRITZ HAC