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The ritual-
repast
is taken in
reclined
informal
positions
At the Seder Table, everyone
relaxes-jtwi as a prince in'lin-
cient times when only free men
were privileged to recline while
eating. Thus, when the Israel-
ites went forth from slavery out
of Egypt, they reclined uiiile
eating as a symbol of their
freedom.
slaves still yearn for freedom, in
America where the Negroes are
still struggling to cast off the
chains left from the Civil War a
century' ago- in South Africa and
Rhodesia where the blind arro-
gance of Apartheid cruelly and
unjustly separates. one people
from another, creating a master
and slave environment, on
the continent i Asia where mil-
lions live lives of deprivation and
hardship according to whims of
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dictators of the right or the left
The very word "Pharaoh" ha-,
throughout the generations, be
come a symbol of intolerance,
greed and darkness, while the
Exodus from Egypt has charac-
terized the struggle for liberty in
land after land throughout the
centuries.
In the days of the American
Revolution the Continental Con
gress appointed a committee con-
sisting of Thomas Jefferson, Ben
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jamin Franklin and John Adams
to draw up a design for the seal
of the United States. These dis-
tinguished founding fathers of
the Republic proposed that the
seal of our nation should be a
picture of the crossing of the Red
Sea by the ancient Israelites.
Their recommendation was not
accepted, but their act reflects
the thinking of the American Col-
onists in those eighteenth cen-
tury days who inevitably com-
pared King George III to the old
I'haroah of the Bible.
Talmudic Legends
There are WW Talmudic leg-
ends connected with the Pass-
over story which shed a great
light on our own time. One- of
them states that when the Egyp-
tians were drowning in the Red
Sea the angels began to sing in
celebration of the catastrophe.
But God silenced the angels with
the words, "My children are dy-
ing and you are singing!" In this
manner the ancient Rabbis of Is-
rael, the "poets of religion" as
the great English Divine Jeremy
Taylor called them, taught us
that every struggle on behalf of
a noble cause inevitably demands
a great price in human suffer-
ing.
A second legend, so markedly
significant in history, tells us that
Pharaoh did not share the late
of his warriors at the Red Sea. He
e.scaped drowning and he lives
on. standing forever at the gates
of Hell and, as tyrant after ty-
rant throughout the centuries en-
ters the portals of that region, he
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Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
Howard Margoluis
. .
The hands
are laved
(washed)
Wui&i
\Tathinf: or laving the hands is
fymbolir of both physical clean-
hiir,- and spiritual sanctinr*-
tion. The concept of purity it
basic in the Jewish religion, a*
stated in the Mosaic dietary and
hygienic as well as moral lawt>.
In fact, cleanliness is often
taken as an expression of
jodlineta.
greets each one with the words:
"Why did you ot profit bg my
example?" The legend illustrates
the old-new message of Pasover.
its enduri'ifc challenge, and the
tragic fact that historv repeaii
itself so often in the affairs of
men.
Universal Story
For thousands of years the
story of the exodus from Egypt
has bei repeated in every' por-
tion of the world. Men have left
darkened lands of their birth to
seek refuge under freedom. They
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discovered new continents and
built new civilizations in their de-
sire to escape oppression and tyr-
anny. But today there are no dis-
tant lands removed from the in-
fluence of the modern Pharaohs.
The aeroplane has eliminated dis-
tance to sueh an extent that it
gives great weight to the words
of our national anthem, "no ref-
uge can save the hireling and
slave from the terror of night or
the gloom of the grave."
We are no longer able to flee
Continued on Pag* 11-C
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Jyest lUiJtc* for a
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OF
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OF MIAMI
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Passover's Honored Guest: Elijah
By RAPHAEL ROTHSTEIN "j
THE Prophet Elijah, the unseen
guest at every Seder, is. as
one scholar once said: the clo-
sest thins we Jews have to a pa-
tron saint.*"
There are really two Elijah's
One is the Prophet of the Bible.
and the other is the harbinger of
salvation, the creation of legends
and folklore and the result of cen-
turies of yearning for the Messi-
ah.
Of the Biblical character we
know that Blijah was a Prophet
during the reign of King Ahab
who came from the land East of
the Jordan River, possibly from
Gilead. We see him as a fear-
some, awe-inspiring figure who
dared to defy Jezebel and the pa-
gan priests of Baal. He is de-
scribed as a savage force from
the desert, wild eyed and shaggy
who rose up to deliver God's
curse against Ahab and Israel in
language edged with fire.
His Chief Event
We know that after pronounc-
ing the awful draught he fled to
the arid wastes to escape Jeze-
bel's vengeance. After suffering
in the desert where he was hound-
ed by outraged monarchs in
league with Ahab. Elijah re-
turned to stage the chief event
of his life. He called for a decisive
contest between the God of Israel
The
Karpos
is eaten
The Karpas is a wnall piece of
parsley or celery, dipped in salt
water. Through legendary inter-
pretation of its mystic value, the
word "Karpas" represents the
"60 myriads," or the 600.000
Israelite slaves held in Egyptian
bondage.
and the Baalim of Sidom in these
words: "Enough ol halting on
both knees. If the Lord be God
then follow him: but if Baal, fol-
low him."
According to the Bible, the
trial of strength took place on the
quiet slopes of Mount Carmel. An
offering was placed on an altar,
and the priests of Baal writhed,
prayed and beseeched their god
to send a consuming fire down
from the heavens to prove his
power and preeminence. But the
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answer,
Bible tells us that "then*
ther voice, nor any to
nor any that regarded.
Then Elijah, after boating the
false prophets, called or. Jehovah,
the God of the wilderness, and at
once the offering was consumed.
Then the great drought with
which Israel had been punished
with years before came* to an
end.
Once again the lonely, stern
Elijah had to retreat to the des-
ert to escape the fury oi Jezebel
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whose followers he had de-
stroyed. In the end of th Biblical
account Elijah, wretched and ex-
hausted, sick in body and sotd,
prays to God for the rest and
peace of death.
Mission Ended
Then he had the vision of God
in the cave of Moses. After a fan-
tale of thunder and roaring. fire.
(Jod told Elijah in a "still, small
voice" to be patient; "that his will
would be done in good time and
through strange messengers.
Elijah took the message- to
mean that his own mission was
ended, ind the time had come to
replace violent,. scathing, accusa-
tions with lawfulness a/id mercy.
He hzC stirred theWBfckiiea of '
his people but the task of. purg-
ing Israel was to be carried on
by another1.
Elijah chose as his- successor
the cjplomatic Elisha who com-
bined aevotion to Jehovah with a
pleasant manner. Ai> l one day.
as he was talking to -Elisba, the
fire that had been the Prophet's
tongue, identity and symbol
came in the form of a chariot and
carried Elijah to heaven.
Thtre is, then, little in com-
mon, between the harsh, fiery
and fanatic Elijah of the Bible
and the mellow, compassionate
and wise Eliyahu Hanavi of leg^
end, song and folklore. The Jew-
i*h imagination, nourished by
centuries of persecution and
wretchedness, found comfort in a
legendary Elijah who was the
counsel of the wise, friend of the
poor and the just, enigmatic and
Dividing the
middle
matzah;
and hiding
the Afikomen
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There are three matzahs on the
Seder Plate. The head of the
house takes the middle one, di-
vide* it, and wraps the larger
piece in a doily. The child who
finds it may auk lor a price for
returning it ai the Afikomen
(last bite eaten). All of this
arouses cariosity and keeps the
children interested during the
entire Seder performance.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Lee Howard
Surfside
ubiquitous companion of the Mes-
siah
Version of Elijah
Legends adorned and embel-
lished by centuries of handed
down folklore and mysticism are
common to any culture and we
usually associate them with the
simple, uneducated people of a
nation. But in the case of Elijah
we can trace them directly to the
rabbis of the Midrash. It was
here that the transformation of
Elijah, from the austere figure
of the Bible to the kindly "patron
saint" of Jewish life, began.
The following version of Elijah
in early rabbinical literature de-
picts a prophet who was clearly
departed from his Biblical tem-
perament.
"Rabbi Baroka who walking
with Elijah through a busy and
crowded street and asked him:
'Who of all who live here will
inherit Paradise?' After a mo-
ment's thought Elijah pointed to
two jesters and said: 'Eternal
happiness will be theirs despite
the fact that they are unlettered
Continued on Page 15-C
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Friday. April 1. l%6
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Test Your Knowledge of Passover *
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX j
I
What is tha darivation of t*a
name Pesach?
A number of explanations
have been given for the deriva-
tion of this word by which the
Jewish Festival of Freedom is
called Some trace this word to a
Hebrew root meaning to 'limp.*'
One who limps" actually skips
over his steps and so it has been
claimed that the word Pesach
means to pass over and the indi-
cation is that the Almighty "pass-
ed over" the Jewish homes whet-
he delivered the plagues in
Egypt Others consider the word
to mean that He "pitied" and
had compassion over the Jews
(Pesachim 66:A. 70B>.
Some say that the word indi
cates the idea that He "saved"
and "protected" the Jews. There
are some (Gesenius for example'
who traced the word to a root
meaning "to pass by" or "pass
over to another side." Some late
critics were prone to interpret
the word as referring to a
"dance" or a "hop" which was
in vogue at certain festivals. This
is. however, not borne out by re-
cent findings. Some late critics
also like to prefer the word to
mean "harvest." This also is not
borne out by recent findings.
Some critics like to associate the
term "Pesach" with the Assyrian
The
Seder Plat*
is lifted;
"This is the
Bread off
Affliction"
The Seder Plate it held high by
the head of the houserecalling
Israelite suffering in Egypt, at
aymbolixed by the matzah, bit-
ter herbs and other items on
the plate. "This it the Bread of
Affliction" it recited, inviting
all who are hungry to come and
eat and celebrate the Pattever
joyfully.
root meaning "quiet" and
"calm" in the sense that the
sacrifice brings a peaceful feel-
ing to God or to the one who of-
fers it.
It is interesting to note that
the founder of higher Biblical
criticism admitted in one of his
writings that he really did not
understand the derivation of the
expression (Well-Hausen PGI 84).
Traditional Jews go b> the quota-
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tion of Rabbi Gamliel in the Pas-
over Haggadah who explains tha"
the Paschal offering was offered
because the Almighty "skipped
over" (or had pity or saved) the
houses of our fathers in Egypt
What it the derivation
term matron?
of tht
This term also has some gpe-
culation attached to it. Som-
claim that it comes from the
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term mtining "to squeeze." In
this siti-- ihc matzoh itself looks ma
like it h- been "squeezed down;"
others sty that it comes from the
word m<;ning "to argue or dis-
sent or s:;uabble." It could be so
because of the struggle that the
Jewish j-tople went through to
achieve rreedom. Some consider
it associated with Arabic and
Aramaic roots meaning to
split." The matzoh does look
like it h.< been pierced, as ac-
tually it *as been so as to pre-
vent its ::sing. Others associate
it with ;. cognate root meaning to
"improv:>."' This would indicate
that the matzoh would signify
broad that is made in a hurry and
not perfc gadah s'.ites that "they had no
time to wilt until the bread would
rise."
^
.'
What is the derivation
ttrm "Afikoniwi"?
of rh
A nur^r of derivations have
been offtred. In the Talmud at
least exr snations are given. One
is that :". represents the practice
of goinp 'rom house to house or
compan> to company after the
meal wh^ch is forbidden on Pass-
over ev A second is that it re-
fers to Un desserts which are for-
bidden .':r the Passover meal is
all finiv*d. The third opinion is
that it rtoresents fruits and nuts
(likewise H>me form of dessert)
which BXe forbidden after the
Passovt: meal (Pesachim 119:B,
Jerusha- i Pesachim 10:6). A
fourth (-r.nion considers it some
kind o: music which would be
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The Four Questions are high
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answers from the Haggadah, re-
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Egypt, their brave march of
Faith into the wilderness of
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used after other, ideals, but not
after the Passover meal.
A. fifteenth century commen-
tary' traces it to the Greek word
which means "dessert" (Elijah
Tishbi). Others trace it to the
Greek word meaning "music."
There has been a recent tendency
to associate it with an Aramic
word which indicates "uneveness.
broadness or abnormality." the
idea being generally that one
would eat so much that he would
be overfilled and blown up ab
normally. The restriction of not
eating anything after the Pass-
over sacrifice has been consumed
i'or today the piece of matzoh
that symbolizes the Passover sac-
rifice after the meal) simply
would then be taken to mean
that a Jew should be very weary'
not to overeat on the night of
Passover.
The whole concept of the term
"Seder" indicates an order and
regularity as opposed to slovenli-
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for their abundance and over in-
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such as the feast of Passover was
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Rabbis and Heritage of the Moon
9.
j
By OR. H. RABINOWICZ
RECENT months have seen
such phenomenal advances
in the conquest of outer space
that interplanetary travel is no
longer the exclusive province of
science fiction. American and
Russian photographs of the moon
and moon rockets launched at
Cape Kennedy have made men
conscious of cosmography in a
new and personal way. Yet men
have always felt the magnetism
of the moon. Shelley's "orbed
maiden with white fire laden."
Jewish writings "have much 1
say of Yereh. Levanah. or Hod-
esh, as the moon Is termed-in He-
brew, and the sages devoted
much time to the study of astrol
ogy. The tribe oi Issacher is said
to have produced many notable
astronomers, and the moon was
one of the symbols on the Issa-
charian flag. Rabban Gamaliel
(circa 80-110 C.E.) had a diagram
of the phases of the moon On a
tablet on the walls of his upper
chamber. The Babylonian teach-
er Samuel (165-205 C.E.), who
knew the courses of heaven as
well as the streets of Nehardea,
was called "Yarhinai" (the expert
of the moon).
Hillel the second, patriarch in
Palestine in the middle of the
fourth century, based the Hebrew-
calendar on the motions and
phases of the moon, because it
was divinely appointed to be "for

What is
the mooning
The head of the house points to
the lamb shankbone on the
Seder Plate. This is symbolic of
the Passover sacrifice for the
Lord's mercy, compassion and
redemption "becaese He
passed over the house of the
children of Israel m Egypt when
He smote the Egyptians and de-
livered our houses." (Ex. 12,27).
a sign and a season." In the Jew-
ish calendar the months are
therefore based on the lunations
(the time-lapses between one
moon and the next>. and the
years are calculated according to
the position of the sun.
Fascination of Moon
Though the moon was created
on the first day of creation, it
was projected in its orbit on the
fourth day. In the beginning, the
moon was the size of the sun, but
this equality was of short dura-
tion. "Sovereign of the uni-
verse!" exclaimed the moon. "1*
it possible for two kings to wear
one crown?"
"I know wen." replied the Al-
mighty, "that thou wouldst have
Me make thee greater than the
sun. As a punishment I decree
Continued on Page 13-C
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* Jewish flcrea/iaun
Page U-C
Induring Challenge of Passover
Continued from Pag* 5-C
m the wickedness of men. We
u>t stay where we are and meet
challenge of might and an-
Msion. Our help in the future
not come from my change
the external environment. It
11 rather come from within our-
Ives, from the dictates of our
rt. It will be recognized by
flame of the spir't of liberty,
the resentment against tyran
the deterir,.nationrto rr*:st
iToachments ujxjii human djjj-
ly and by re, "'It r the values
' are cln u.'Ct eristic Mli'te
Theory and Practice
world is tlcv.lj coming to
|r t .'iizatioii Oat the Passover
related In our Bible is a
i\.rsal one. Tut glory of Jew-
his'ory docs not lie in the fact
it a little sect of people man-
to escape the clutched of an
-powerful Egyptian monarch,
resides rather in the knowl-
ic that the sect never forgot
meaning of liberty. The very
st of the Ten Commandments
linded them alwaj ; of the (le-
ading life of a bondman 'I
the Lord thv Ciod who
)ught you forth out of the land
Egypt, out of the house of
Jndage."
^iw-giver. sage and saint nev-
wearied of harping on this
fme. The ethical laws exhort-
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Why are
Matzahs
eaten?
The head of the house points to
the Matzah on the Seder Plate.
This is symbolic of the haste in
which the Israelites started their
valiant march out of Egypt. They
did not have time to allow the
dough of their hread to leaven.
So "They baked unleavened
cakes ( matzah) from the dough
which they brought forth out of
Egypt." (Ex. 12,39).
ing fair dealing between the Jew
and hi fellow men were always
accompanied by the reminder of
the days of Egyptian slavery
when justice was dead anil cru-
elty the norm of human conduct.
The command to show kindness
to the stranger was followed by
the admonition t o remember
that the Jews were themselves
strangers in the land of Egypt
at one time.
Our trouble today is no! due to
lack of ethical exhortations teach
ing respect for the dignity ol liu
man life. It i, found in tfl-a ilis
tance between theory and prac-
tice. Not enough people are will
ing to pay the price of freedom
They have not drawn clearly the
distinction between eternal good
ness and eternal evil that reside
ill the hearts of men.
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Friday. April 1. 1*6
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MR. AND MRS. S. J. HJUPtlN

420 Lincoln Road

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it WE WHOLESALE *
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Hieleah, Florida
SIEGEL'S of
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MIAMI BEACH 40, FLORIDA
WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
To All Happy Holidays
Contact Lens Service
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Phone 379-2706
1451 No. Bayshore Drive Miami
GREETINGS
FARRtTS WHOLESALE HARDWARE
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it CONTRACTING HARDWARE
FOLDOOR DOORS
it LIGHTING FIXTURES
7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE PL 4-5451
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knitting mills of miami, inc.
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'Maketh Glad the Heart of Man'
Continued from Page 3-C
posed special taxes on the sale
of wine with these proceeds ear-
marked for Torah education and
other religious and charitable
purposes.
Although funds could be raised ,
in this manner, the main goal of
the regulation was to ensure that
all members of the community
had winee* Eten^-indigeM *tra *
gers who were" allowed to spend
the night iri the local synagogue
were provided wifh'tfTn'e'for sac-
ramental purposes.
In spite of the fact that strict
regulation of wine production and
distribution was the rule in Euro-
pean Jewish communities, there
were frequent cases of mistrust ,
by one locality of another. So it
was that Rhodes Jewry banned
wines imported from the Jewish
community of Candia and other
nearby islands.
Why Bitter
Herbs; why
dipped in
Maroset?
The head of the house points to
the Bitter Herbs and the Haro.
set. The Bitter Herbs are sym-
bolic of the bitter lives; and
the Haroset represents the mor-
tar used by the enslaved Israel-
ites. "And they embittered their
life with hard labor, in mortar
nd in bricks, and with all man.
ner of work in the field ."*
Commercial Enterprise
The growth of the Jewish wine
trade reached its climax in the
middle of the eighteenth century
when a veritable wine war broke
out over differences between the
Jewish communities of Hamburg
and Bordeaux. When Hamburg
Chief Rabbi Jonathan Eibeschutz
banned the Bordeaux wines and
Hamburg importers sent their
own supervisors to the Bordeaux
wineries, the Jews of the lat-
ter community resented the loss
of the wine taxes and retaliated
by boycotting all wine trade with
Hamburg. The issue was eventu-
ally resolved when the Hamburg
Jewish wine importers finally
paid the tax.
Modern technology during the
past century has assured world
Jewry of ample supplies of .Ko-
sher wine and shifted the control
of the trade from communal
quarters to commercial enter-
prises. Kosher wines, row avail-
able in many varieties, continue
to grace the tables and homes of
Jews on ritual occasiorj just as
they did thousands of years ago.
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April 1. 1966
+Jeni$ti ftoridliaiti
Page 13-C
abbis and Heritage of the Moon
lonttnued from Page 10-C
thcui mayest keep but one
|eth of thy light."
he ancient Israelites felt the
lation of the moon and al-
ed their imagination to run
as they gazed upon it. They
utiht they could determine the
furef of a man in the moon;
|e identified these features
the face of the patriarch
>. The rabbis tell us that the
untenance of Moses was like
of the sun.jjrhile the count-
|iin of Joshua was like that
the moon." The moon was of-
endowed with .human I atai-
es. Joseph saw in his dream
sun and the moon and eleven
making obeisance to him.
Kularlv the sun and the moon
praises to God. The moon
a .-ym-bol of beauty; Solomon
the expression "fair as the
&n" (Song of Songs).
inhabitants of Sodom and
niorrj-h paid the moon divine
Even Abraham wor-
l>pe his st'.ritual development. Only
en clouds obscured it did the
arch perceive his error,
too. is no god!" he de-
1 It is -to moon-worshippers
agans like them that Moses
ers when he thunders: "And
jh gone and served other gods
worshipped them, or the sun
lth<- moon, or any of the host

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The Egg
Is eaten
and the
Meal
commences
No other meal in the world
starts like the Seder rapast. The
first thing eaten is a hard boiled
egg dipped in salt water (re-
calling the divided waters of
the Red Sea). Other foods sof-
ten with cooking. But the egg
only gets harder. This symbol-
izes the character of Israel,
hardening under oppression in
its resolve to live and flourish.
of heaven which I have com-
manded not.'"
Influencing Man
People attributed to "the les-
ser light" the power of influenc-
ing the life of man. a power
malign or benign that could be
used for either good, fir .evil The
belief was based on the biblical
phrase* "precious things put
forth by the moon." and the "sun
shall not smite thee by day nor
the moon by niuht." The appear-
ance of the moon was greeted
with great rejoicing, especially
by agricultural communities, but
the eclipse of the moon was
greatly feared.
The lunar months are 29 or 30
days long, depending on the day
Continued on Page 14-C
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Rabbis and Heritage of the Moon
r
Continued from Page 13-C
when the moon is first seen. Fix-
ing this day is by no means as
sun pic as it sounds. Even Moses
was "in perplexity." our gages
tell us. as to what constituted the
beginning of the new moon and
the degree of the moon that must
be visible before the moon could
properly be considered as a new
moon. The rabbis relate that God
Himself pointed it out to Moses
with His linger and said: "Behold
when the moon is like this, con-
secrate it.'* Upon the president of
the Sanhediin devolved the duty
of solemnly declaring the new
moon consecrated. The iwws was
then carried far and wide,
throughout the land, and through-
out the Jewish world. "A man
would wave the fire signal on
the Mount of Olives, until he
could sci' the next one doing the
same thing on the next moun-
tain, and so on to the top of the
third mountain until he s;iu
the whole of the Diaspora before
him like one bonfire."
Divine Compassion
In effect, by the time the news
filtered through the Jewish com-
munities scattered throughout
the world, there was some doubt
as to the actual time when the
new moon was consecrated. It
was due to the lack of precise in-
formation on this point that the
second day of the festivals of
"
The
Meal
ends

Grace is said, followed by psalms
of Grace and Hallelujahs. The
family then bursts into tradi-
tional songs of thanksgiving and
joy. Most famous among these
is the "Had Gadyah," an aller-
gorical song in which a kid
(goat) is the hero. This holds
the child's interest to the very
end of the service.
Passover. Pentecost and Sukkoth
was instituted in the Diaspora.
Rosh Hodesh, the day of the
consecration of the new moon.
was an important day in the life
of the Israelite. A special sacri-
fice was offered in the Temple
in Jerusalem and the ram's horn
(shofar) was sounded.
Jewish mystics regarded Rosh
Hodesh as a minor New Year's
Day. The picturesque ceremony
of blessing the new moon took
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they declared: "Though I attempt
to leap toward thee I cannot
touch thee."
The moon is still 230.000 miles
away from the earth, but it is
close to the hearts of the people
of Israe1
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Lpril 1, 1966
*Jeni$fi ncrid/Jan
Page 15-
sover's Honored Guest: Elijah
tinued from Paga 7-C
lown for they help to dis-
he sorrows of men.' "
ne went on the Elijah cre-
fUra writers of the Midra-
ilustratc the glories of
imple. easily understood
nd vivid images gave way
Elijah of legend.
every generation Elijah
more duties: he travels
th helping Uie good and
kdy. stands guard at the
paradise to welcome the
advises the learned, -tex-
tile law, cures the ill,
lie way to happiness and
hundred other vital
Us.
are endless legends,
lies and tales concerning
Hanavi and his wisdom.
he tells a learned rabbi
and drink only to a third
capacity so that if he be-
Jangry there will *p room
stomach to contain his
Fwithout causinj; distress.
|her we arc told that if a
arries a woman that is be-
Elijah kisses him and
kgards the man with affec-
tssenger of Salvation
often Elijah is depictedd
messenger of salvation
Bpe whose ways are mys-
but just. Of great impor-
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Elijah's
Cup;
and the
open
door
A big cup of wine is set in the
center of the table for Elijah;
nd a door is opened wide at
the completion of Grace. Elijah
is G-d's messenger and protec-
tor of the Israelites in all ages.
It is prophesied that he will
some day appear with the glad
tidings of the salvation and re-
demption of all mankind.
tance is his role as companion
and even comforter of the Mes-
siah whom he tells: "Bear your
suffering for the sins of Israel
until the coming of redemption."
There are also many versions
of how Elijah will appear to ush-
er in the era of the Messiah, raise
the dead and destroy the enemies
of Israel. He is always thought 01
as omnipresent; a belief proba-
bly based on his sudden and fiery'
appearances and disappearances
in the Bible. Somehow the Prop-
het divides himself so as to be
in many places at the same time.
He exercises this power every
year at Passover.when he mana-
ges to visit every Seder and taste
every cup of wine awaiting him.
Elijah's unseen Seder visit has
even been the basis of stories by
such famous Jewish writers as
Israel Zangwell and Sholom
Aleichcm.
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Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 1, 1966
Section D
They were slaves
unto Pharoah
They fled in
haste from Egypt

."
He passed over
their houses
He caused the
Red Sea to open
from Kiddush to Had Gadya
Had Qmdy*
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THE HORRIBLE BLOOD LIBELS AN UNFORGETTABLE PART OF OUR HISTORY
joyous <^i
cason
^Arlso r^ccalls ^Awtrocitics tZ^rcjainst Jewry
By HOWARD AMES
DASSOVER, the holiday of free-
. recalls to many Jews
oyous season bears with it
memories of some of the
"- horrible atrocities suffered
lews around the world for
many years. Those horrors
psulted from the blood libel, the
ritual murder charges leveled
' lews, usually linked with
>ver. I remember that as a
child in Ukrania, I shuddered
nh lear every Seder night when
he door was opened twice, once
to admit the hungry, then to ad-
Elijah.
ro>" I had been brought up with
^Ports of the stories about a
Christian child being placed
doorstep of a Jew's home
prelude to accusations that
lews had murdered the child
' its blood in connection
h the Passover ritual.
far back as Josephus, Jews
ccused of this horrible
In the time of Josephus. a
ould be the victim of the
alleged sacrificial practices
' human beings, although
the Greeks mentioned no blood.
The canard lived on. The early
Christians themselves had been
accused similarly. But when
Christianity triumphed, they
were the people who spread and
perpetuated the libel.
Count on Blood Libel
One count by a scholar shows
that, between 1144 and 1940,
there had been at least 151 blood
libels spread against the Jews
in virtually every country in
Europe, in the Middle East, one
even in the United States. As a
result of most of these charges,
many hundreds, at times thous-
ands, of Jews were tortured, mur-
dered, expelled from their homes.
Not once in all these years not
once has the charge been
proven. To be sure, there were
sometimes "confessions" usu-
ally by old Jews who had been
tortured and who had later repu-
diated their "confessions." On
the other hand, some of the most
respectable Christians, from
popes to lay scholars, have repu-
diated the charges. Nevertheless,
they persisted.
The case of Simon of Trent
may illustrate how such a libel
developed and what had followed.
Simon was a 3-year-old boy in
the Italian city of Trent (also
known as Trentino). In the year
1475. shortly before Passover, he
disappeared from his home. A
Franciscan monk, who had criti-
cized sharply the cordial rela-
tions in the community between
Jews and Christians, had predict-
ed that the Jews would commit
a ritual murder. Sure enough, lit-
tle Simon's body was found in a
river. Jews were arrested in
wholesale lots. A Jew who had
converted to Christianity, and
was serving a prison sentence for
a routine crime, obtained his free-
dom from jail by accusing the
Jewish community of the murder
of Simon
Imprisoned Jews were tor-
tured, an 80-year-old Jew con
tossed," several Jews were be-
headed, and the anti-Semitic per-
secutions became s<> severe thai
the issue reached Pope Gregory
Mil The pontiff ordered Jewish
property in Trent confiscated.
the Franciscan monk and the
dead child were declared saints,
a chapel in honor of "Saint Si-
mon" was erected in Trentino s
Church of .St. Peter.
Horrid Hoax
The irony of the Simon af-
fair is this: Only last year, the
bishop of Trent ''oemartyrized"
Simon, finding that tne entire af-
fair which cost scores of Jew-
ish lives had been a hoax. It
turned out that, for some reason,
Simon had never been officially
made a saint anyway. But his
role of "Martyr" was removed
from his name. The action re-
garding Simon was the first con-
crete measure taken by the Cath-
olic Church after Pope Paul VI
officially decreed that the Jew.;
are no longer considered to have
been collectively guilty of killing
Jesus,
A notorious case was that of
Mendel Beilis. a Jewish worker
in a brick kiln in Kiev. He was
arrested in 1911 on a charge that
h, had killed a 12-year-old Chris-
tian boy for ritual purposes. The
real reason for the Czarisl Gov-
ernment's need ol a libel a
Jews was thai the Duma the
Russian national legislature
was considering some legislation
to ease the persecutions against
Russian Jews. So the Beilis ease
developed.
High Russian police officials
submitted reports showing that
the boy had been murdered by
a band of crooks because he had
"squealed" against them. The
Kiev chief of secret police was
sent to prison for daring to offer
such a report. As far as the Czar-
ist Government was concerned,
Beilis was guilty and with him
the Jews were guilty of prac-
ticing ritual murder. After a sen-
sational trial, which attracted
world-wide attention, Beilis was
declared not guilty, but the court
ruled that there had. indeed, been
a ritual murder. A short time
later, a woman member of a
band of criminals confessed that
the gang had killed the boy. (Bei-
lis went to Palestine, later to the
United States, modestly refused
to discuss the case. He died .it
Saratoga Springs, NY., in 1934.)
Not too far from the place
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*Jewistnuridlia,n
labor leaders to express solidari.
lv with Histadrut when it was
lounded in Palestine in 1920, and
key founder of the National
Committee for Labor Israel in
1930, later becoming its presi-
dent. Schlossbcrg's interest in
Jewish national revival goes back
lo his early days of labor leader-
ship when it was unfashionable
v. ish union leaders to iden-
lemselves with that cause.
i have always loved Eretz Vis
he told me. as if in con-
ami when a group of
I in people approached me
asking whether l would
i joining In a plan to call
ess for Labor Palestine
York, 1 said yes even
I k n e w all the unions
e against us." That con-
he said with evident
ipened the door to the
to the movement of large
! Jewish workers. The tee
broken and the response
I, and when the Histadrut
ed its campaign in the
I S 1924. there was in it
receptive segment of
labor people."
Ruminating on that develop-
he remarked that it was
ential for Israel that the
labor masses, whose lcad-
had been indifferent if
stile In the idea of Jewish
nl. had not listened to
in leaders and become "instead
.i bastion of strength for Israel,
it- m 'kin-.; people and the Hista-
drut Had "the foundation for
tiie li u of Eret? Yisrael not been
laid then among the Jewish work-
ers, '< Jewish worker attitude
toward Israel would most surely
not (.. e been what it is today."
he s;, id. adding that Israel and
the Histadrut were "now reap-
fruit of that harvest, one
ot tb( most radiant developments
mi tin American Jewish scene.*'
Uthough Schlossberg's chief
rupation now. except for
writing, is the Histadrut and the
Page 3-D
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'i1
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tion not only from the bosses or,
management, as it is called in
modern parlance, but also from
the then top-echelon leadership
of the general American labor
movement. Such was the hostility,
he said, that when the Amalga-
mated Clothing Workers of
America in 1918 contributed the
then unheard of sum of $100,000
to the American Federation of
Labor for the strikinj steel work-
ers, the gentlemen of the union.
Continued on Page 12-D
JOSEPH SCHLOSSBERG
National Committee for Labor Is-
rael, he has a remarkable range
of interests for a man who has
passed the ninety milestone. He is
concerned about t he future ol
American Jewry, the new trends
in the American labor movement,
the uneven path ol the American
youth as it (arcs an uncertain
world, the future ot America and
the fate ot Israel amidst a hos-
tile Arab enclave.
Great Raconteur
Schlossberg is an excellent
storyteller, a master at recalling
events, and he was at his most
delightful lust when he talked to
me about the early history of the
Jewish labor movement in Ameri-
ca, when it encountered opposi-
. v'- "One of the Notion's
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JOSEPH M UPTON, President
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on the
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s
A Time to Remember .
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The
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Ancient Art Now Being Reborn
By MURRAY S GREENFIELD
AN ancient art now being re-
f* born in Israel under com-
pletely different circumstances
is that of the art of mosaics.
From the first to the third cen-
tury, the art of stone mosaics in
Israel was used extensively in the
design of public buildings and in
the design of synagogues. The
decorative symbols were used on
ceilings, floors and walls and the
motifs most often repeated were
those of the Menorah, Lions, the
Lulav and the Esrog. and the
symbols of the four seasons: in
the synagogue the Shofar and the
symbol of Moses' two spies re
turning with the bounty of the
Promised Land.
But lo and behold, from the
third to the fifth century, dese-
cration set in and some of the
symbols started to look like peo
pie and in the 5th century the
Rabbis spoke out against the use
of this 'Christian" idea.
Archaelogical Impact
Now. in the 20th century, with
the impact of archaelogical digs
of ancient cities and sites
throughout the country, mosaic
art is taking hold again.
Mosaic wall of natural Israeli stones, by Kibbutz Artist Morde-
ched Yoell. These mosaics derive from first century Palestin-
ian mosaic art, and now are being exported to the United
States for public building and synagogue use.
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* Jewish fkfidton
Pace 5-1
le

It is being used in Israel out-
fide of public buildings and slow-
ly but surely inside for decorative
purposes.
The colors available in Israel
are all of muted warm colors.
The range is wide and the beauty
,.'Pfiids mostly up.n the artist's
abafty.
One of the most successful
..'.osaic artists in the country is
Mordechai Yoeli. a member of
. kibbutz, who had .studied art in
K.irope prior to his immigration
Iss'.i '1 Mordechai stopped
. Inthig as the movement of ai>-
- tract became strong. He still re-
-t, to sell bis own paintings but
hq'tfvveiopment of mosaic works
- a labor i>f love and is an Im-
portant employer of meroJer*,of
the kibbutz.
Mordechai. who loved touring
the country, noticed the very spe-
cial red and green natural stone
\> hieh-was present in the Negev
nd down-around Eilatin fact,
hese stones were the basis of
Solomon's Copper Mines, and
now for the Israeli Copper Mines
-the blacks that are present at
Arad and the reds and browns of
Jerusalem and the Galilee
Mordechai. whose biblical
training stems from the Chedar
in Poland, put his artistic ability
to work on the design and prac-
tical making of mosaic walls.
The use of natural colored stone
only instead of proving limiting
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Dr. Louis Finkelstein (second from left), chancellor of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of America, receives first copy of
Spanish prayerbook published by World Council of Syna-
gogues from Leon Mirelman, of Buenos Aires, president, Latin
American section. World Council. Looking on are (left to right)
Morris Laub, director, World Council, and Victor Mirelman, of
Buenos Aires, rabbinical student at the Seminary. The World
Council also recently published a Marathi translation of the
prayerbook for the Bene Israel community in India.
proved challenging. In conjunc-
tion with the plastic manufac-
turers a new type of glue was do-
withstands both
and special light-
Continued on Page 11-D
v el oped that
heat and cold
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Yiddish Expression Comes of Age
By SAMUEL KREITER
Y'DDISH expression in America
has come oi age. and is a
trifle wearying of the achieve-
ment.
It is no longer the bizarre
o patronizing
American intellectuals at the
urn of the century. In that Hal-
cjroB period New York's p>
East Side cradled and nursed it
>t a chequered background
of teeming pushcarts. >tndeut
tenements and wooden Indians,
and our iandsieit rolled in a bab-
el of tongues, clashing ideologies.
Utopian goals, and mercurial me>-
siahs. Self appointed architects of
the then Great Society punctuated
the clatter with bold sociological
principles literary innovations,
and doctrines distilled from
transplanted revolutionary con-
cepts.
Sholoirfs Cafe on Division St .
Cafe Royal. Moskouitz. Zind
Cafe or. Second Ave.. buzzed with
_ impassioned dreamers who
searched the human soul for an-
- cosmic cor.t:
seeded stout patterns of Yiddish
aesthi '.'lded tin
t-d to brin? >ocial order
out of :o mater.
nee.
The beauty and intensity of
such turbulent planning caused
puzzled Yankees to sit up and
take notice Their New England,
Victorian tranquilly shattered,
they swooped down upon the spell-
bound ca.es to learn at first
hand the mysteries of knishes,
Peretz. sholom Aleichem.
tarianism. karnitzlech. study the
hypnotic vagaries and folklores >.'
the Jrwi>h immigrant masses,
and to discover the image of -elf
via Freud, the Yunge and Intro-
spectivists who generated breath-
less creative styles and trends
in poli>hed Yiddish verse and
prose.
The Ea-t Side and Greenwich
Village clasped hands in their
common quest for truth as they
probed 'he idealities and total;-
of thincs in evocative tones
and moods couched in a variety
of avant garde journalists and
anthologies. They brought into
flower fads and far ell as
- ..nd -hook con-
formiMs out of their complacency.
Limbo and Anonymity
Many of the early recalcitrants
r marred I
, expressi in have i
and
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passed into limbo. Other
tempted to penetrate A
letters, and found the task
powering, faded into anonymity.
A goodly number of sur
whom Yiddish culture rei
immutable way Oi life
ramparts in their fig;
continuity.
A few craft-men ha-
lived creatively in both
and English, as some
colleagues now do in otl
tries in relation to the::
ive dominant cultures .-
world. A notable example was
Abraham Cahan. who divided his
busy years between c~
Forward, developing Yiddish be-
lies letters and journalism
writing realistic Jewu
grant fiction in English to .:.
acclaim. His novel. Th Etisi
David Levinsky." is an
ing chronicle of that n
era.
The bi-lingual writing if .
Basbevia Singer vivi -
trates the author -
votion to his mother league and
lenced h>
Yi Idish essays in the F
its staff wrin r and -
ientation in the America
iceae without ever linl
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Friday, April 1. 1966
vJewiati ftoridfi^m
Page 7-D
works to the American Jewish
condition and temper.
The aura of the Jewish immi-
grant, past and present, his ten-
sions, conflicts, and religious tra-
ditions, is being eloquently por-
trayed by a growing number of
gifted American born Jewish
writers in fiction, drama, and in
the comic vein. Their incisive
studies are hailed and accepted as
an integral pan of the American
mainstream. Without apologetic
overtones
Firm Roots
The two main arteries that fed
"i i< i-h expression w e r e Easl
Broadway, Yiddish Newspaper
How, and Second Ave., which
nursed the theatre and "klein-
kunst." Poet-, anthologists, story
tellers still flock to Easl Broad-
way, or then' rendezvous Garden
Cafeteria, but are no longer the
young, searching, dashing dream-
er.-. And Second Ave. looks deso-
late except for sprouting little
Knglish playhouses. It is no longer
agog with panaceas for the re-
demption of Yiddish drama, or
animated by the revered, imper-
ious, strutting stage stars.
Yiddish has firmly planted
roots in American literature. In
many ways American Jewish
vouth are displaying a deepening
interest in its history, writers and
content. A wealth of Jewish
Continued on Page 11-D
- -
,
'
Mrs. Nathan D.'Perlman (right), Hadassah's national chairman
for public relations, presents the latest model of a vascular
Stapler one of surgery's most up-to-date instruments to
Prof. Nathan Saltz, head of Hadassah's Department of Sur-
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dent of Hadassah. The stapler was a gift to Hadassah from
the late David Rose, prominent American philanthropist, who
sponsored special research to improve this instrument origin-
ally developed by Soviet scientists.
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Meaning of Passover to Youth
By SAUL CARSON
%AfHAT does Passover mean to
" the Jewish youth among us?
I am sure there are many and
varied answers to that question.
1 had an opportunity to get a
glimpse into one youthful mind's
reactions when I visited my
friend and neighbor Joe. He and
1 have much in common, as
Americans, as Jews We share
also a common family status, each
of us being grandfather to sei
randchildren. There the sin:
llaiity ends: his are mostly girls.
m> family runs to boys. His eldest
grandchild is a very pretty, viva-
- girl a Allege student in-
n -;;-1 .: si lence; she is a math
main/ I'i.ing in computer
How much more
modern can 5
This night, the night 1 <
Passover, as Joe and I sat over
a drink discussing Viet Nam. the
recent Ecumenical Council's ac-
tion relating to the Jewish people.
the weather and a recent play
opening on Broadway, his grand-
daughter Sue surprised Joe and
his wife by dropping in for a
visit. She explained: "I'm here to
spend my Easter vacation with
you. Have a lot of work to do at
the university library' That li-
brary is three short blocks from
Joe's home. Her college is near-
by, while her parents live in the
Middle West.
Feeling at Home
"How about your Passover va-
cation0" Joe teased.
"Veh. Passover is here too."
agreed Sue. "Okay. Gramp. my
Passover vacation "
Sue feels at home with me.
After putting away her suitcase,
getting into a pair of slacks, re.
moving her shoes, and swallow-
ing a cup of her grandmother s
chicken soup, she joined Joe and
me and her grandmother in the
living room. She helped herself
to a drink bourbon on the
rocks and said to her grand-
parents: "Tomorrow night, I'll
taste your sweet syrup. Jewish
Passover wine. Tonight I can still
take what I prefer "
"And. since you'll be the young-
esl in the household." said Joe.
"you'll ask the Passover kashes.
I hope >ou still remember them
in Hebrew."
"Guess I do. Gramp." she an-
swered. "The whole bit about
chometz and matzoh. and the bit-
ter herbs, and why we should dip.
and the stuff about you being
: reclining, etcetera. How-
can I forget' You've drilled it
all into me. If you want me to
- I'll ask '
Only Routine
1- that all that means to you?"
asked Joe. "Just a routine to
please your grandparents"'
"Frankly, Gramp. that's about
it After all. let's face it I
know the answers I've heard
them all now for well, since I
was a kid if not from you.
then from Dad
"Then Passover is only a rou-
tine to you. Sue" Just a family
habit that you must tolerate out
of politeness to your elders?"
"Now wait a minute. Gramp.
I didn't say that. At all. I can
take the questions or leave
them alone and the answers
too. But the meaning of Passo\er
that's something different.
The meaning, for me. is not in
the questions nor in pat an-
swers The meaning, for me. is in
what Passover stands for. The
spirit ef liberty and of libera-
tion. Sure, the answers do point
to that spirit. And if you or
Dad although I doubt this
about him understand all tho-
answers, okay. I know I don-
But the spirit of Passoverthat -
something that's with me. Onlv
why only at Passover time
What's the matter with all yea:
'round?"
Sue lighted a cigarette he:
grandmother hates to see her
smoke, but is wise enough I -
nothing on the subject anc
went on:
"I can give you a set of answe
to those kashes. if you want err
Giamp."
"Go ahead." said Joe.
Reminding Ourselves
"Why do we eat Matzoh
cause BS a race we've got to ke
punishing ourselves, You'n
kidding me. Gramp. You dor
like the taste of those unsalt.
crackers any better than I do
except for some of the nice thin_
Grandma manages to make out
the matzoh-meal. But no.
must remind ourselves Do we
really, need reminders'' It ,
nice tradition. I suppose if
hadn't grown up with Passot
and matzoh I might not hat
known about the things we went
through at one time. But."
"You've answered the quo-.
tion already," Joe smiled.
"Well." continued Sue. "the
same goes for the bitters. I don -
mind horse radish. Like it. ir
fact especially with pizza. Bu'
why must we Jews continual!-,
punish ourselves? Do you nee
a reminder of the bitter days vol
went through during the Depres-
sion? I've heard all about it
you've told me yourself Well
the Jews in Egypt had it worse
And the Jews under the Naz:-
still worse Dipping? Let's dip
but let's keep our heads up at the
same time. The best thing I like
is about your reclining. You ma-.
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vJewisti flcridliann
Page 9-D
^^^Tncy for *r>
_-------------- THE JEW.SH AOENCY
I S R At r^lir^irASHDOD
NAUTICAL *|^0tVtN^CTED JEWISH APPEA
Project of the israeie*
V Pinhas Sapir (left), Israel's Minister of Finance,
greets Israel Rogosin, 78-year-old American
textile tycoon and philanthropist, at February
groundbreaking for National Nautical School
at Ashdod. The school in the new port is made
possible by part of Rogosin's contribution of
52,500.000 to the Israel Education Fund, pro-
gram of the United Jewish Appeal.
not be a king, but you're aces to
me. I k n o w you've got guts
("ramp But how many other peo
pie have your stamina 1 mean
among the Jews?"
Gramp Always Right
"Sue." said Joe, and he was
very earnest, "you have answered
the questions. Magnificently
even if you do flatter your Grand-
pop somewhat. But tell me:
Would you have felt the way you
do if you had not grown up with
the Jewish tradition in your fam
ily. including Passover?"
Sue thought a long time.
Wordlessly, she got up from the
sofa, fixed another drink for her
grandfather and for me. Then
she went over to her grandmoth-
er, kissed her. Finally she an-
swered:
"I hope you didn't think me
too fresh. Gramp. But you
know what? you're right. Darn
it. you always have been, haven't
you? I guess without knowing
it I really have sopped up those
answers to the Passover questions
all my life."
She lifted her near empty glass,
toasted her grandparents and
their neighbor-friend.
"You win. Gramp." she con-
cluded "I'll not only ask the kash-
es tomorrow night I'll even
listen to the answers, even if I
don't understand every precious
word. But the whole thing really
does have a preciousness of its
own. Doesn't it?"
She got up and started toward
Joe's study, where he keeps his
television set.
"There's some decent TV on
tonight." she said, as she made
her exit from the living room.
Joe and his wife smiled. Joe
lifted his glass to his'wife and to
me: "Gut Yomtov." he said.
r'rtl I

i
oven
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Passover and the Libel Atrocities
Continued from Page ID
where Bellia died, the United
States almost had ii- one and
Only ritual in urd c r case. That
happened in I 928, at Uaaaena
NY. where a Christian child ha I
disappeared, it was the evi
Voin Kippur. The town's >
police brought in the local
and quizaed him about the al
leged Jewish practice oi ritual
murder. While this questioi
was on, and the Jews oi the town
feared terrible persecutions, the
child wa> found wandering ui a
nearby forest. The ease collapsed,
but there was Bevere cr theism
against the Massena city officials,
Knowing the Past
An organization called the Per-
manent Commission on Bettor
Understanding Between Chris-
tians and Jews in America issued
a strong statement denouncing
the "abhorrent fiction"' of ritual
murder by Jews anywhere and
asserting that "there is no cus-
tom, ceremony or ritual among
Jews anywhere, and nothing in
their tradition or literature,
which calls for the use of human
blood for any purpose."
The next time the charge was
revived on a large scale was du-
Recent visitors to the America-Israel Culture House in New-
York are Ambassador of Israel Avraham Harman( left) and
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's former Foreign Minister, on the oc-
casion of her recent trip to the U.S. and Miami. They are
shown relaxing in the Culture House lounge with Raphael
Recanati, chairman of the Executive Committee of the Ameri-
ca-Israel Cultural Foundation opened by the America-Israel
Cultural Foundation in February as the American center for
Israel's cultural life.
ring the Nazi regime. But that
was to be expected of the Nazis.
The fact is that, throughout his-
ton-, the horrendous canard has
arisen, time and again. There
have been infamous cases, even
worse than the Simon oi Trent
Continued on Page 14-D
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+ tenisfi Flcirkfi'^n
Page 11-D
iddish Expression Comes of Age
Continued from Pege 7-D
aericana could be unearthed for
bve-barn through translation
^m the prose works by Boruch
izman, A. Raboy, David Igna-
from J. J. Schwartz" epic
irrativc poem, "Kentucky," the
hCSl distillations by Mani Leib,
Rha Landau, Reuben Eisland, A.
yolcs-Glanz, and many, many
jer, Recognised as one of the
Dikl's seven leading languages,
kurses in Yiddish literature arc
ting offered in colleges and uni-
ersities, at various synagogue
lull education classes, and com-
kiinrty center lecture forums.
I Yiddish is more than a lang
ige; it is a repository' of Jew-
agom, identity, martyrdom,
klklore. a n d universal aspira-
tions. It has played a major role
our national resurgence. Dp-
jite the! tints of vanishment,
lasting, treasured heritage or-
anically interwoven in the fab-
of .lew ish destiny.
Institute on Jewish-Ccrtholic relations at a major Jesuit sem-
inary since the promulgation of the Ecumenical Council's dec-
laration in the Jewish religion, co-sponsored by Woodstock
College and the American Jewish Committee, took place in
January. Shown during the two-day Institute are (left to right)
V. Rev. F. F. Cardegna, S. J rector of Wcodstcck College; Rab-
bi Marc H. Tanenbaum, national director, Interreligious Affairs
Department of the American Jewish Committee; and Rev. J.
A. Fitzmyer. S.J-. prcfeor of New Testament and Biblical
Languages, Woodstock College.
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ncient Art Now Being Reborn
Continued from Page 5-D
eighl materials have to be used
order to be competitive in the
port field for the designing of
walls for synagogues and public
buildings.
His assistant and co-worker is
Kalman and interestingly enough
he is a person whom I had the
privilege of transporting when r
was bringing over "illegals" from
Europe to Palestine.
Mordechai does the designing
Continued on Page 13-D
Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Spiegelman
Mr. and Mrs.
Robert I. Spiegelman
Mr. and Mrs.
Max Spiegelman
Fred and Goy Gersten
grandchildren Stephen,
Gary and Ronnie
v, ish their relatives
and friends
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wish their
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a very happy
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oi


Homestead, Florida
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HI
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Henry Nielson
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Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
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Jewish Labor Movement in U.S.A.
Continued from Page 3-0
including Samuel Gompcrs. did
not even deign to send an offi-
cial acknowledgement beyond a
formal receipt.
The contribution had been
authorized by the Amalgamated
at a meeting at Madison Square
Garden which selected Schloss-
berg to make the presentation, an
event he considers one of the
;:ms.I (ir.iniatic moments in his
life To this day he has pongs of
pain when he recalls the conduct
of the American Federation of
Labor. In his view it was evi-
dence of hostility that conceiv-
ably stemmed from sources oth-
er than inter-labor relations. He
ascribed t h e hostility of the
American Federation of Labor to
the Jewish labor movement to a
number of causes, not the least
of which was absorption by the
federation of the Knights of La-
bor, whose leadership, he said,
was dominated by "deutschtum,"
a word that challenges transla-
tion, but not identification.
Schlossberg also recalled that
when Gompers was once asked
why he did not preoccupy him-
Continued on Page 14-D
Klaus Curtius (center), German Consul General in New York,
meets with leaders of the American Jewish Committee to ex-
change views on deferment of indemnification payments,
German interests in the Middle East, the so-called "new na-
tionalism" in Germany and education for democracy in the
West German Republic. Flanking Curtius are Richard Maass
(left), member of the American Jewish Committee Board of
Governors, and Harris Berlack, head of its Foreign Affairs
Committee. The American Jewish Committee annually brings
to the U.S. groups of leading German educators to study our
democratic educational system. Ten such groups have been
brought here thus far.
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April 1, 1966
+Jewist! ThrHinr
Page 13-D
ssover and Theme of Liberation If
By BEN NATHAN
SSOVER denotes the theme
If liberation, perennial lib-
Ion. It denotes liberation
bondage, from error, from
Inderstanding and, ultimate-
beration from that portion
irselvea that is still in dark-
that portion that may be
id "the interior Egypt."
|th us it is always, in every
From it, man must continu-
Igo. not once but always. Not
but continually. Not once,
again and again and again.
it, no man can say he has
but continually. Not once,
(1. once and for all success-
i scaped. From the hold of
darkness, from its grip, no
can say he has permanently
used himself or, that having
himself from it once, he is
of it permanently. There is
nonient in this life, whether
pre asleep or awake, active or
to which its presence does
cr
e*
No Secure End
me of our Sages infer that
prsistent is that presence, so
so permanently adhered
\. we think and do. that not
the act and experience of
itself can completely liber-
1S from the tenacity of its
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grip. Its tentacles, they say,
threaten to tangle our feet no
less critically in the afterworld
than they do here. So innate, they
say. is that "interior Egypt'" to
our being, so consubstantial to
the soul of man, that not until
the prophecy that "death itself
shall be taken away" is fulfilled
will our escape from that bond-
age be truly secured. In short,
they say, the liberation from our
own darkness is so recurrent and
continual a trial, so perpetual a
test, that the soul of man gains
no freedom from it neither in this
world nor in any of those to
come.
Consequently, our Sages ad-
vise, we can anticipate the cele-
bration of Passover eternally.
The need to depart from Egypt
our Sages tell us. is mandatory at
every point in creation, and re-
mains as such in all domains,
above and below, earthly and ce-
lestial. Though a soul make exo-
dus from Egypt ten-thousand
times, it is not, they tell us, re-
lieved of making that exodus ten-
thousand times more. For as
there is no day without night, so
there is no Zion without Egypt.
The ritual of purification is with-
out end. Daily we are in Egypt's
bondage, and every day man
must from it. And in the degree
that we daily neglect or foresake
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Zion, in like degree do we en-
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Evtr in Perpetuation
What the Sages say. then, is]
that our wandering in that desert
is ever in perpetuation, and
though, from generation to gen
eration, we dream we have al-;
ready crossed it, its sands are
ever under our feet. There is no
angel, not one. whose feet in fact
arc free of at least a grain of it.;
So hold yourself as one ever'
in wandering, as one ever in the
act of exodus. But hold that hold-
ing in joy. not in sorrow, know-
ing that He who with a strong
arm has carried you thus far, will
carry you thus far again. Know,
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Continued from Page 11-D
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fJewisti ncridfar
Friday. April 1. 1966
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Jewish Labor Movement in U.S.A.
P.of. John P. Humphrey (center), director of the Division of Hu-
man Rights of the United Nations, and Dr. Jacob Robinson
: Lght), international authority on the European Jewish tragedy,
toast Dr. Maurice Perlzweig '.left on his 70th birthdcy- Dr. Perrl-
zweig is permanent representative at the UN of the World
Jewish Congress and director of the WJC Department of Inter-
national Affairs.
Atrocities Against Us
Continued from Page 10-D
and the Beilis cases. Tlu- libel re-
fuses to die because anti-Semi-
tism needs it.
But tins year, as in all my
years, when the door ot mj house
is opened to let the hungry come
in to share "the bread oi afflic-
tion" during the Seder and
when the door is ajar once again
so that Elijah the Prophet may
come in and drink the biggest
wine goblet dry 1 am afraid I
hall shudder again. I try not to
seare my young grandchildren.
My family is '"modern"' that way.
But I do tell them about rry years
as a child on the night oi Pass
over They should know, They
must.
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Page 15-D
;al notice
JNTY JUDGE'S COURT
:OR BADE COUNTY,
IDA IN PROBATE
gO. 688373- 8
\\\[ .i. OILDEN
b.-itl
tE TO CREDITORS
,iimI .Ml I', i ..ii- Hav.
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nn> claims and demands
may have acalnsi thi
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It i 'ounty, l- .Hi ii.i.
fc\ .Imlyis m|" I i;nli' county,
.i I.. :n duplicate .i ml a-- '
Section 7::::. t<:. Florida
III Ir il flees In i lu- i 'ounty
I In I (ado i 'imiiii. I lorida,
lalciidar inmiilis from the
rsi publication hereof,
will Ii,- barred.
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)UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
|RiDA IN PROBATE
No. 70153-A
t
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PCE TO CREDITORS
.mil All Persona Hav*
U' D. maims Against Said
>">> notified and required
iii.v claims ami demands
may have against the
BERNARD DIAMOND d.-
f Dad,- County, Florida,
% Judge* ,.i Lade t'oun-
he -am. in Ouplicate anil
hi ii Section T:*:: l;. Klorlda
i their offices in the Coun-
i-.- in Dade County. Flor-
als calendar months from
|f Ih- til st |.ubli.atii.il h.-ro-
ne ill I.. burred.
I Miami. Florida, this 1Mb
A.li
CSLBB It FERDIK
IAm Idmfnlacrator
i Htlon of tin- notice on
ij of March, 1966.
II FERDIK
\-ln in -fainr
. Jihiiic Itnnd, "oral lables
23. I |.8.|.-,
County jjudge's court
~ fcr dade county,
)rida in probate
No. 7W45-B
lati ,.i
I I.IEDERMAN,
r i.vi'i: c. I.IBDKRMAN,
lT \.\<-K R. I.1EDEUMAX,
[ICE TO CREDITORS
" 'if "nil am Person Hav.
Demands Against Said
b> notified iind required
'Iatms ami demands
i against ill, state
LIBDBKMAN, late
i New York ami State
"k Decsased, having pro-
i 'aii, county, Florida to
y Judires ..r Hade Countv,
same in duplicate ami as
>" Section 738.1*, Florida
in their offices i ,i County
Dado County, Florida,
"liar ni.-nths from the
first publication hereof,
"-' will be barred.
i Miami Florida, this :'lst
Wen. AH. ];a;
MX I.IBDKRMAN
miiry Executor ..f Hi,.
NXTAXi-K LIBDERMAN
"*'" Of this notice
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LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 66C72
XORMA ALLEN,
1'lalnttff
ROY JAMBS ALLEN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I' R< IY James allbn
You ROY JAMBS AI.I.KN. are here-
by notified that a Amended Hill ..(
Complaint for Divorce lias been filed
lagalnsi you, and you are required t"
nervi .i copy of your Answer or Plead-
ng to the Kill .if Comnlalnl on thi
Plaintiff's attorney, xf.ai. j, m'.nn.
mi Alnaley Building, Miami, Florida
an.I file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in thi offh ..f the Clerk of the
I'ircult i'..art mi or In-fur.- the -v'li
day of March 1966. If you fall to do
no, Judgement by default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded in
ibe inn ..f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
m thi: JEWISH ki.'mi in ax.
DONE AND OHDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, this 1Mb day of February
A.D. 1966.
B, K LBATIfBRMAX. Ctork
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal* By C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy i'Ii rk
-'. -'.". 3't-ll-18
nil.
[COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IJ?n PR DADE COUNTY.
|ORlDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70162B
Ii of
: KTZI.BR
wed.
TICE TO CREDITORS
"tor* .i.i.i aii Pen-onx lla\ -
- I'-mail.!- Aan.,,-1 Saul
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.iTli'i: IS HBRBKY UIVBN that
tin- undersLined. <1,-siring to eugaffe in
business under the fictitious name of
ki.i:i;axt SHOP at 2* x.K. 1st Ave.,
Miami, Fla. int. nils to resjister said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Cade Countv. Florida.
K & A BARGAIN STORE, Inc.
Sole I IWIU-r
rim.IP,i mii.i.ki:.
Attorney for Applioanl
4"7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
:: 18-25, I l-v
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XoTlCB IS HBRRHY UIVBN thai
I lie iin.l. i ned, deslrinu Ui i-nKaxi In
i.iisin.-.-s under the fictitious name of
I'ltlMA-lHlXXA-WKIS at P.O. Box
l4, N Miami Beach, I la. S.1160 In-
i. ii.i- to i... Ister .i .1 name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Curt o( Bade
C.....It) I-'I.....I.i.
ROBERT S< 'REN, Sole I Iwner
;i I8-S5, i i-<
-bi
iioiui,.,i -mil requli ed
an) clatnis and ilemands
."M-l.-J'i:1" "tolnst the
1 '! rsn t;BTa.i:it de-
.'" '''I- Countyj Florida,
tj .iii.lv.. .,{ ,^,lt coun-
Ibe san, in diinUcai.- ami
in Seetlon 133.161 l-'l... i.i.,
in-lr i.iii.N. in .(hi, ,,,.
"~e in Nail- CiHintv. Klor-
?iv eatawiar month* from
''' fj* |'MK--tl..a here-
One win be barred
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3F0RT'r>iriSGi:s- COURT
3RiS? ,?AOe COUNTY,
3R I DA rf*| RROBATE
No. 70171-B
i\* ';,NS"R'"Hil
MCB TO CREDITORS
'".'s .,.,,1 All Peraons Hav-
"inlands Against Said
ll.i'^.'r!'V '""""''' nd re-
l" ."t any claim, an.l de-
of v'l-i'i'.'c1'^- WHnat
lie .a i. N ,!'NHBURO
Km i... e *""'. Florida,
"> -Imb-es pf Hade .,,.
..,. >;""' In I heir offices
_";> Courthouse
J""-l.'i. Uilliln ix
"'' the date of
hereof, or the
offices
I" Ih.....
eab-nilar
the
-a III,.
first
will
Es,SUON' '^""toi
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tor Ida
3/18-26. 4/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70200-C
in RE: Estate of
IS.....Ki: COOPER
1 icceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstat..:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
wbi.h \ ou may have against the
estate of ISIDORE COOPER deceased
late, of Dade County, Florida to
the. COUnty JlldRes Of Ihlde Couil-
t\. and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in SeotlOn i33.16, Florida
Statutes, in th.jj- offices in I be County
Coiirilnmso in Bade County, Florida
within six calendar mouths from the
time ..f the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at -Miami,
day of March. A.D. 1966.
Si'l.l.Y I. WII.HSTK1X
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
j.'.th day of March, 196ti.
AINSI.BE It KICKI ill-:
Attorney for Administrator
28111 s.w. l^j.une Road
Coral liablca, Florida :i;il.".l
.: 26, i 1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 89814-B
in RE: Bstnte of
iiiiriiA KN MM'i-:
I '. i-.-as. -I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami All Persons Hav-
I ins Claims .-i Demands Against >.. i,l
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t-. present hid claims and de-
mands which ^...i nia.) have against
: Hi- estal..... FRIEDA CNAPPE de-
- eased lute of I >ade County, I- lorida,
to ih.- Count) .ludges .-f I hide County,
and file the -a.....n duplicate and .i-
pnivlded III Section "38.16, Florldu
Statutes, in ili.ii offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Bade CiMinty, Flor-
Ida. within six calendar months from
the time of the iii si publication here-
of, or the same uill he bai n d.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this itli
day of March, A.D 1966
i:\iii.y zaiii.ki: a k a
AMAI.I \ /. Mil.in:
AMAI.IA 2AHX.BR
As Kxeeuirix
First publication of this notice on
; the nib day of March, 1966.
i SlLVBRKTBlN KWITNBY &
GOOl 'IS
! Attorneys for Executrix
: 420 Lincoln Road,
. Miami Beach, Florida
.1 n-ix-:1.-, i i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70034-B
In RE: Estate of
i mtlXXK I.. LEHMAN.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona llnv-
int; claims or Demands Aguinsl Said
Estate:
Yon are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may huv against
the .--tat.- ot OOIUNNE I. LEHMAN,
deceased late of Dallas County. Ala-
bama, to the County Judges ol Dade
County, and file the sh.ui. in dupll-
nnd .is provided In Section 733.16,
I lorida Statutes, in i hi Ir offlo In
I the County Courthouse In Mad.
County, Florida, within -i\ calendar
months from the tint) of (lie first
publication hereof, or the same ill
1.. barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, ilns 7th
da) of March, A I >. 1966
WILUAM M l.iCIIM.W
Ull.l.lA.M M. I.EHMAX. II!.
\s Executors
First publication of this no)
ih.- nth day ..r March, I!.....
KCRT VVE1.LIBCH
Attorney for Estate of
Coiinne 1. l.-lnnan. Doc'd.
LIT Almeriu Avenue,
Coral Babies, Florida 13134
3/11-1S-M 4 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C-2330
i'AHI-iiS BARRII is
I'lainlii'f
v -.
.;i.tn:ia MIINIZ BARRIOS
I i.-fi-iiil.i nl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: (il.niM a MINI/. BARRIOS
8001 New \ oil; Avenue
i "ion c -it>. i\ew Jersey
You liloria Munis liarrlos are lure-
by notified that a Hill of Comnlalnl
for Divorce has been filed against
von. and you are roouired t.- -. .
a uig of your Answer or Pleading
to I he Hill ol Complaint on Hie plain-
tiff's Attorney Jack L. Kins Sulti
21.. 11.10 S.W. | Street. Miami, Flor-
ida and file the atMnnl An-n-r or
Pleading in the office of Ihe Clerk of
the da) oi April, 1966. If you fall to do
so, ludgemem by default will be la-
U.-ii aguinsl you for the relief in the
Hill of Complaint. This Notice shall
I..- published once each week for four
onsi cutlve u.-eks in the -I i:\visn
FDIRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami
lloiiila this 11 li day of Mar. Ii. A.D
IU66
I-:. I'.. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, had,- County, Florida
seal) By MARGUERITE KENT
I leput) Clerk
JACK L. KIXi:
Suit.- 213 II."." BW 1 Stre.t
___________________ :t ii-'H--'-. i i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL L.rtCu.,
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C2390
GIRTELLA LEE COLE
Plulntlff,
vs.
FRONEY HUTCHISON COLE.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ni ITtONEY Hl'TOHJSON COLE
loneral Delivery
liimring Rook, North Carolina
| Von FRONEY III'TCHIM.N COLE
i .ir. nsreb) notified thai a Hill ,,f Com-
I plaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you. and y..n are required In
- servi a cony of your Answer or Plead-
i i"^ to the Hill ..' Comnlalnl on the
! plaintiffs Attorn.i. SOI. ALEXAN-
DER, I Lincoln Road HnlMIng Mi-
am H. ...li. Florida and til, the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in tl.....fl'ie,.
ot the clerk of ih,- Circuit Court on
or before the 12th da) of April, IH6li
you fall to ,io bo, judwneni b\ .1.-
'null will be taken agalnsl v..u f,
to- ivllel daimmded in the Hill f
mplatiit.
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B. IS. IJSATHER.MAN, Clerk
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'-all Itv L. SXI'I'lil'V
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUli
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCER '
NO. 66C 2842
i IR \ TE1TE1.MAN,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
li (NATHAN TEITELM \ S",
I 'etellilallt.
I'll: JONATHAN TElTELJtXN
|:! Hold St net
I lainiltoii. i intario. i 'anadn
You .li .NATHAN 'l'l-:il'i:i.MAN in
h.-i. by notified that -i Bill of 'out -
i.laint I'..-- I (Ivorce has bi en filed
against you. and you are required t.
serve a copy ..t your Answer "i Pli-ail-
' Ing to the Rill of Complain or I lu
plaintiff's Attorney, PAI'L KWIT-
I Ni:v. I3RP., I2ti Lincoln Road, Miaou
I Reach, Florida ami file tl.....riginal
Answer or Pleading In tin office of tire
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court -..... i- fore
the 26th day of April. li"i'i. If you fall
to do so, Judgment by default will l
taken agalnsl you lor the relief .....
mandeil in Ihe Hill of Complaint.
This noil.-.- shall be publish! -I ol -
each week for four consecutive "- if
i in Ihe JEWISH l-'l.' (RII HAN.
I MINE AND DRDHRED -it Miami,
Florida, tills 17th da) of March, A I'.
, 1MM.
r. 13 LKATHERMAN, Clerk
I Clreuit ) 't.n i l. Had,. i'<'HUM. I-'I.ii.i,
(Seal) II) I.. SNEEDKN
Deput) leek
si I.VBRFTEIN, KWITNBY
,\ HOl'DISS
| I'.V: PAI'L K UlTNirV
1 Attorne) k for Plaintiff
lly I. SNRKDKN
I leputy clerk
:: 11. -
i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is in:iti:nv OVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious same of
AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE Wins' m
M19 Btsoayne Boulevard, Miami,
Florida Istetnls to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coin I of
Dud.- County, Florida.
AJIERICAN HI-'.AI'TY Win
i'oKI'i (HATH N
By: DAVIDHOLOVE, PRJDSIDENT
SMITH MAXIU.KI;
11) : HARRY H. SMITH
Attorney for own, r
<07 Lincoln lloml. Mil. :','i. I'la
J/1S-23 4/1-8
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCETtY NO. 66C 2763
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby gtvctl: that the un-
dersigned petitioner,- K&Llvl.lo ED-
WARD MESA whose residence ad-
dress is T.'il S.W. lltb Street, Apart-
ment 1. .Miami, (-lorida in the City
of Miami. Dade Ootinty. Florida, in-
tends to apply to th.- Honorable MAR-
SHALL c WttBflART, Judge of the
Elveu(li Judicial Cicoulf, in and for
Florida, tliis IWrd Dade County, ut bis office, in 4he
County Court Hnuso, at 10:30 o'clo.-k
A.M., on the 20th day of April, 1966,
or as soon thereafter a.s he ma) be
heard. f..r an order changing his name
from EMELIO EDWARD MESA to
EMELIO EDWARD IZQIIKUDo by
which name lu- shall thereafter be
known.
D.itisl at Miami. Florida, this Jlsi
day of March, A. I >. IS66
EMELIO EDWARD MKsa
Petitioner
WA1.TF.KS, Mis ntK g, OO8TANZ0
I Attorney
that i inns Alnslea Building;
Ml. in .. Florid.,
3 25, t 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XnTICK IS HEREBY tlVEN that
the undersigned, desirlns to engage In
ss under the fictitious name ol
HBRCDM9R-RAND CO at H060 N.W
7th Ave,in,-. Miami Intends to register
said iiiim, with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dud.- County, Florida.
SV RKKSK
J/lt-18 4, 1-4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69979-A
In RE: Estate of
JAY II MERVIS
I '. censed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'P.. aii Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Aguinsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
i quired to pr.-sent any clnlms and I mantis which you may have against
j the estate of JAY II. MERVfS de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. Florida,
to tin- County Judges Of Mad.- Coun-
ty, and fib- the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 783,16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof. ,.r the same will
b barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7th
day of March, A.D 1966
MARVIN WEISSMAX
I II M Will \M
AS I '..-l-'\e,-lltoi s
Plrsl publication of tins notice on
the l lib day of March, 1966.
Ool.DMAX, ai n.11ST Fix & cm "/.n:i:
Mtonic) s for I 'o-Bxecutors
24l W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florldu 33135
____________ :: i I i '
IN THE COUNTY JIIOOF'g rnnRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70072-B
In RK Instate of
em \ni i:i. voimiT
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and Ml person. II iv-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
l-Nl.it.-: ,
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you ni.iv ha\.- agalnsl
the estate of i:.M ANI'KI. VollSHT
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to tin- Countv Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, ami file the same iii duplicate ^n.i
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in th.-ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
id i. within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barrel.
dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th
day "f February, ah. 1966.
J1-: A X BTTR M EM 111 :.X
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
thi lltb day of IVLuvh, lSC.fj.
RMBBRT 11. TltAI'nn;
Attorney for Administratrix
1136 Alfred I. DulVnt Building
_______________________H/H-I6- 25 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER BUY RIVEN lhat
tin- undersigned, desirlns to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
ARTORAMA al 12949 Blscaym Boule-
vard, N Miami, intends to register
said name with the n.-rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dude County, Florida.
DAVID .M. 11J..\|.\X
_____________________3 m*- l'.-._i 11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF is HKIIFHV OIVKX thai
tin- undersigned, desirlns to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
HI.FASI rtH BAR ..I 26S5 s W 'vh
1 -in- Miami. Florida intend to
ler said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt of Had.- Countv Florl.
d.i
IAMBS M VYNARD PHILLIPS
LEON ROLLINS WAGRNKR
Sole Owners
KKSSI.KK. M\ssi'Y ,v- BBCKRRMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
IH.. Ililtmoi-e Way. Coial Cables
3 H-I8-M t l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERRHY Cl\ KN
iii.- undersigned, desiring lo engagi "
bur in s- under tin fictitious nami f
ACB-Sl"-N HI-'-AITY & UARBKIt
sri'l'l.Y al Flamlnuo Khupplng I'lai
11 In Icalt Intends to register said
u ii ii the Clerk of the Circuit it
of I lad.- County, Florida
SIN I'.FAI TV .V:
BARBER SI'I'I'I.Y CO., NC
; --::. t -S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 11'
tin- underdgned, desiring to engage
business under th. fictitious naini
I'iiHI-:S .MIlI.HS at 24."> NiW. ..
Terrace, -Miami, Florida Intend*
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court Ol Dude COUBI
l-'loi Ida.
ART MOLDS'. INC., a Fla. Corp
It) : ARTHCR 1". STERN
Prosldenl
NORMAN II. IP il.DSTEIN
Attorney lor Art Molds. Inc.,
a Florida conn.ration
I IS-S5 4 '
9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 69993-A
in RE: Bstati of
\ VROX AL PERLMI' l"l'i:K.
Deo used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons II
ing claims "i Demands Agalnsl .-
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami -
quired lo present any claims ami
mands which you may have .r-.n -t
the -slat.- of AARON Al. PERLMI I
TER di i easi d late of Dade I '
Florida, lo Ihe Count) Judges of Dadu
Count)', and til,, the same in .|n|ili.-.- ..
ami as provided lu Section 7:::: -.
Florida Statutes, In their offli
ihe County Courthouse in Dade Cou -
ty, Florida, wiLbin six ntli-mbir
months ir..m the time of the fi- t
publication hereof, or the same a I
P.- ha I red.
Dated at Miami. Florida. thiM Hill
da) of March, A.D. 1666
LENA L. FKRI.Ml TTK.U
\s Administratrix
' K.I.I'M \N. COLD8TB1N &
PACZIER
Attorne) for AdndWatratrlg
2401 w Flagler sir. i,
Miami. Florida 33135
8 1 <-?\. 4 < *
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- limb i Mailed, dssirlnir to uigag,. n
business und.-r tho fictitious name of
NAiloN.M. UQ0IDATOR8 al M6
Lincoln Road, Mismi Beach, Florida
intends to" register said name allth
the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
K. 1. D. CORP.
By: DIANE BOBBINS, President
TAMANOFF a.. WALLER
Attorne) for K. i l> Corp.
130 l.imoln Itoad. Miami Beach, l"h.
:: 25, I I
notIce under
fictitious name law
NOTICE is HEREBY CHVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ,-ncage in.
business under the fictitious name of
RAMSEY NPRSINf] HOME at 871.5
N W I'-'nil Ave., Miami. Fla intends
i-- i. glster said name w it li the 'lerk
of Hi,. Circuit Court ..f Had. County,
Plorida
MARCAI. XCRSINC HOME, In-
B) : i'aki. KAPLAN, Vice President
,,;;.,-' J) vRti viu-rr k vpla.v s.,,.
irmm; cyi'K.n law OFFICES
attorney for
Mureal XuisinK Home, Inc.
v:'", trthui lodi'r. v Road
Miami Baacll, Florida
I IS-25. 4. 1-S



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CORDIAL PASSOVER GREETINGS
yewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.
,'olume 39 Number 13
Miami, Florida, Friday April 1, 1966
Four Sections Price 51.00

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\..and tlte jZorJ \Jook his from &c,x)pt
with JUighty

Page 2-A
vJmldh Ftcrkliar
Friday. April l. igg.
j-irst j^assovcr Ocaer *^/Vlondi
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' CANDLELIGHTING TIME
11 Nisan 6:19 p.m.
f
ml-. % *
Greater Miami Jewry will launch the Passover observance with
services Monday evening. Apr. 4, to be followed by the first Seder.
(For complete details on the preparation of the home for Passover.
see The Jewish Floridian. Page 1-C. Mar. 25.) These include:
Siyum Ha'Bchor (Redemption _^___________
i the First-Born) on Monday. Apr.
i. at early morning synagogue
-ci>ices
Last time for eating of Cha-
mete, on Monday. Apr 4. at 9:30
. in
Last time for burning and
selling of Chametz. on Monday.
Apr. 4. at 10 a.m. This ceremony
;< known as "Kol Chamira,," which
eludes renunciation of ownership
I any undiscovered Chametz in
t ie home.
Bedik;it Chametz. the tradi-
onal search for Chametz. should
be completed the evening before.
:n Sunday. Apr. 3. at nightfall.
Members of some Reform and
.1 congregations observe only
the first day of Passover and hold
nlj one Seder Otherwise. Sedarim
ill be held both Monday and
Tuesday evenings, Apr. 4 and 5.
s-#w Bel Ice* r**"HW.. i
I
El ..-' ..!
-
ANSHE EWES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative, Emarmel Kushelwitz.
president.
-
-. i
Tuesda
SETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
* p.m. Se moi Hnar-
- in Many
Regular Sabbath services pre- "" )...-m>-/>..i.. m...; w
. .. ^ ter Mr .>'- Mr* JacK
ed Passover this weekend on Fn- s. << i..--
ay evening and Saturdav morn- *' Nl 'Vj1
. _. .. .... Mi and Mrs. Hoi \\ n lolni M
Known as "Shabbat Hagadol. S:3o p.m Theme r Panmv<
i the -Great Sabbath."
AGLDATH ACHIM. Lombardy Her. VV a.
305 Collins Ave. Orthodox. ____9
: i:30 p.n Sal
Ml : r :
: -
a.m. _Klr>i
.i-i
3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
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S,.rr
Ha I
SETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Sal irrho > Mi ; in. 5:30
i .- ii ibl Haaacl '
Agadd I Paaaover
. i ; in ': '.!' I"
a.m. .- In Memorlam-Tht-
w rtmu Sh i.. c p.m WVdi
Kl :: I.. ;i V n "1 LIE)
SETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. RaDbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
....; s..1.1..nil u-li-
.- : -'., in Sermon: "Pri
- -..\. Sundi i I :;"
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ii rlaj and
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V. (>- .- V
)ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard MarcovVtz. -Cantor
Seymour Hinkes
i i ea H ion-
sisterhiHid Saturd *:4"
I .i.in
----- -----
BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jeffersor
Ave. Conservative. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh.
----- ----
SETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
---- ---
3ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renter.
nd x : i in i las Ml tsvah
of Mr and Mr-
Arti'. >" a 111
Bar i of Mi and
Mi Harv< ann Mlnehu 6:1."
p.m l' >-''. -r i-vii.-- Mnnda; ; p.m
IVedni la: is in
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SNA! RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Continued on Page 6-A

JEWISH
CONVALESCENT
HOME OF
SOUTH FLORIDA
310 Collins Ave.
Phone 532-6491

NONPROFIT
NON SECTARIAN
Miami Beach's Only
Kosher Nursing Home and Health Center
SIDNEY SIE6EL
Executive Director
SARAH KEISER
President
H B. NOVINSON. C. L. U. & ASSOCIATES
CORPORATE and ESTATE PLANNERS
SPECIALISTS IN
CHARITABLE BEQUESTS
1688 MERIDIAN AVE.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Suite 1001
PHONE 532-6335
AHAVAT SHALOM COAGREGA.
TrON 985 SW 67th Ave Oortnodox.
CJ itor Morns Barr.

AGLDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever


3ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
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OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
Under New Management
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
534-2194
Built Expratsty for Individual Care of the
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Completely Aif Conditioned t.nest Nursing Staff
Spaciout Ga-dcn like G'oundi Recreational Areoi
Indoors t Outdoors
MCMIW NATION Al GM M ;; zjC'fr
14401 NORTHEAST litri AVE. AT W. DIXIE HWY MIAMI 41, flOR'OA
I THE CRY OF THE 6,000,000 I
I that wore slain is to help the
, unfortunates thot are left here and |
in Isrnel.
| GIVE TO THE
. COMBINED JEWISH APPEAl |
A SH E FRIEOBERG

Irvin W. Katz, M. Ed. Educational Consultant APTITUDE TESTING CAREER GUIDANCE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS COUNSELING SCHOOL SELECTION AND PLACEMEN" B/ Apr;:.
407 Lincoln Road 532-3541
*jonp-.*'m^3v ton
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone JE 1-359S
945 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT
184 N.E. 1st STREET PHONE 373-8432
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
TITLE INSURANCE
:k
A DIVISION OF
TITLE
TAX WORRIES!
If you want advice as to what
is right in avoiding, without
evading. Taxes and to save
as ntueh at aossibttt within the
law, consult
R. A. JIMENEZ
(Former Internal Revenue Agent)
561 VV. Flagler St. TO 1-2768
Free Forking
JULES PE.ARLMAN; A.S.A.
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Phone JE 8-0749
Odlists' Prescriptions Filled
CONTACT LENSES
Riverside service :
always the same ..
always excellent
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NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
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"C10TIIIMC"-"JIWIHV," .tt.
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CALL 696-21*01
Fur more than three generations, Jewisl
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learned that Riverside service is always
the same, always excellent... no matter which
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As a matter of fact, over 80'; of the
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rridoy. April 1. 1966
+ Jen-is* rhridUati
Page 3-A
Soars Toward Success
UJA CABINET REEIECTS HARRIS PAGE 10-A
GrettCT Miami's 1966 Combined cral chairman. .lay I. Kislak, an-
Jewish Appeal pushed past the nounced Wednesday,
three-quarter mark this week, gen-1 Campaign figures prepared for
Budget Body Opens
Survey of Allocations
"Take time out now to make
Passover 1966 a holiday of hap-
piness and hope for those who still
live in darkness and despair. You
gift means freedom for your fel-
low Jew."
Members of the Budget Commit-
tee of the Greater Miami Jewish'
Federation have begun delibera-
tions to determine allocations for
the current year, Federation presi-!
dent, Joseph II. Lipton. announced
A'ednesday.
Norton P a 11 o t and Harry B.
smith are chairman and vice chair-
nan. respectively, of the 1966 bud-
_-! committee.
Four other community leaders
! named as chairmen of key
tilth committees by Pallot and
Smith. They are Mrs Sol Goldstein,
chairman of the budget study com-
nittee on Family and Individual
.Sen ices: L. Jules Arkin, chairman
of Leisure Time and Health Serv-
er: Walter Falk, chairman of
(immunity Relations Agencies;
and Marshall S. Harris, chairman
f Cultural and Educational Agen-
ies
Sidney Lefcourt, immediate
past president of Federation, ad-
dressed an initial meeting of the
overall budget committee on bud-
geting principles, the role of the
budget committee, and the impact
of Its work on all the beneficiary
agencies.
Members of the four study com-
mittees are analyzing the require-
ments of some 43 present benefi-
ciaries and studying applications
from 10 additional agencies for in-
clusion in the Combined Jewish
Appeal of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Pallot said "Our role is to
weigh the comparative needs of
all agencies, taking into account
the desires of our donors."
Smith pointed out thaat if the
1966 CIA attains its goal oi SI.566.-
666. the Federation will have avail-
able some $1,890,000 lor distri-
bution, including 8324,801 from
United. Fund.
"Although this would be some
$130,000 more than last year,
it still falls short by S400.0UO of
the actual minimal requests of just
our current beneficiaries,"' Pallot
said.
TEMPLE OR OLOM
8755 S.W. 16th Street
Our Three Hundred-Plus Member Congregation
SEEKS THE SERVICES OF A RABBI.
Please send complete resume to:
Eli King, President
P.O. Box 304, Tamiami Station
Miami, Florida 33144
ALL REPLIES STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
the special meeting of the cam-
; paign cabinet and other key CJA
leaders, which was scheduled to be
held Thursday, Mar. 31, at the
Standard Club, revealed that $1,-
187,561 already has been raised
toward s the minimum goal of
I $1,566,666.
"With little more than a
month remaining of our inten-
sive campaign period, we still
have $379,105 remaining to
achieve our goal," Kislak pointed
out. 'This figure can be realized
only if our total community con-
tinues to accept and meet its
responsibility in the same man-
ner as those individuals and
firms reached to date already
have demonstrated. Card for
card, we are maintaining an
average increase of better than
20 per cent, a mark which is
absolutely necessary to go over
the top."
In a letter addressed to those
persons who have not yet con-
tributed to this year's campaign,
Kislak said:
"Passover 1966. Twenty-one
years.
"As we prepare to sit down with;
our families lor a joyous Seder, it
is difficult to realize that it is1
already 21 years since the defeat
of Nazi Germany. In the inter- i
\ening years all of us have been a !
partner in history as the pitiful
remnants of Hitler's holocaust were
transformed into the proud State
of Israel and revitalized Jewish
coinmunities around the free world.
"But the job is far from over,
both at home and abroad. This
year, our Combined Jewish Appeal.
must raise a minimum of SI,566,-
666 to meet the bare needs of more
than 50 local, national and over-'
seas agencies including the United j
Jewish Appeal.
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Shazar Snubbed in India Stopover
.IEKLSALEM UTA) Presi-
denl Zalman Shazar returned to
Israel this week from a state visit
to Nepal. He was the target of a
demonstration by 10 Arab students
during his airplanes stopover at
Calcutta. India. Declaring he had
brought "regards to an honest, in-
dustrious and proud nation," the
President minimized the chilly
treatment he received from Indian
officials during his stops in India.
India has recognized Israel but
never exchanged ambassadors
with it. He said that Indian author-
ities could have restrained the de-
monstrators in Calcutta, but did
not do so. adding that the demon-
strators "wanted publicity and
they got it."
In Nepal, he said, thousands of
Nepalese "lined the streets as we
passed, and we realized evrybody
shared our friendship." Israelis are
"doing wonders in Nepal in edu-
cation, building, planning and agri-
kulture and our people are liked
>y the Nepalese," he declared.
A joint communique was is-
sued by King Mehendra of Nepal
and President Shazar. The state-
ment welcomed the Soviet-spon-
sored truce agreement between
India and Pakistan in th Kash-
mir dispute, which was negot-
iated in Soviet Tashkent.
Meanwhile, members of Parlia-
ment challenged the Government
11 k mi the adequacy of fac-
and treatments accorded
President Shazar, during the lat-
ecent travel through New
Dehli and Calcutta on a state visit
Nepal. Socialist members
Seder of Beth Am
Stcphi earner and William
s are co-chairman of the
annual congregational
Seder t< be held in the social hall
Ti Beth Am on Tuesday
30 p.m. Rabbi Herbert
1 an i i tutor Michael
fficiate.

FALSE REPORT
NEW DEHLI fJTA)
The Indian Government has
taken "serious note" of ten-
dentious and totally false
press reports in Arab coun-
tries about secret India-Is-
rael talks for purchases of
Israeli weapons, External Af-
fairs Minister Swaran Singh
told Parliament this week.
He said the statements
were made by "certain or-
ganizations in some Arab
countries" and that the In-
dian Government had taken
the matter up with various
Arab Governments and the
Arab League. He said that
the Government categorical-
ly denied negotiations on
arms with Israel, secret or
open, actual or contem-
plated.
spearheaded the attack, supported
by some members of the govern-
ing Congress Party. Deputy For-
eign Minister Dinesh Dingh had a
difficult time explaining that the
Government meant no discourtesy,
and that the entire program had
been laid out last April in consulta-
tion with the Israeli consul hi
Bombay.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
told newsmen that the Govern-
ment had "forewarned" Israel of
India's "inability" to provide of-
ficial hospitality to President
Shazar, but he noted that India
did make security arrangements
for Mr. Shazar's safety in New
Dehli and Calcutta.
He said the facilities extended
to Mr. Shazar were "in keeping
with India's approach to matters
concerning Israel." India rec-
ognized Israel many years ago
but newer followed through with
an exchange of ambassadors.
The spokesman denied that In-
dia's failure to show courtesy to
President Shazar stemmed from
pressure from the Arab League
or any Arab government.
In Jerusalem, Foreign Minister
Ahba Eban told Parliament that
the Government "regretted" the
Indian attitude toward President
Shazar uur.ug nis Calcuua stop,
and that he was sorry to note that
India did not have the courage
to disregard threats by Arab coun-
tries. Mr. Eban indicated he felt
this was the reason why India had
snubbed Mr. Shazar.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly,
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
R.ibbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaie
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn.
- inter David Convlser.
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> i ,i.n 10:43 u.m. Bar Mltsvah;
\\an -,,n ,,:' Mr. aiuj .\I\-n. .M.Kin
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i mil s.-ii.i. Tutmday l":4" a.m.
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 N W
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
S ::n p m SriTiiiiii: "The Nfopien-
Ifavld: \ rii'i'ii- Sj mbol i> r i T-m-
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Stephen, sun of Mr. and Mrs. h\ol*rt
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 8438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
Qlixman.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
I ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler
:i* pin. SHtiinliiv 10:30 a.in
"Weekl) I '..iti.'ii ..f Hi.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI 137 IME 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joieph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Ir-vvm Cutler.
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Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
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ler. Mondaj ., l.i p.m. Tueada) 8:45
a.in. Sermon: "Whj l thin NlRht IHf-
I'.i'.iii .'" 6:1.1 p.m. VVednenda> R:45
.1 in Sermon: "l.,i All Men lie free."

TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
87M SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April.
l'Yi.l.<> I'ain.u -ri\ t :" |. m
Sermon: "Mvrvlre ..l Ihe llearl." Sat-
iirdu) -I., a.m, Sermon: "The llreal
SiiI.i.ih I, > i inn--i,.I, Tiiemla) I",
.i in VVeilneada) K: I ii in

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St.
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
Kriclu> I |. in ,u VVanhinirtoii I'. il-
eral, .;:':. NI-: mxth St. .-.iin..n: what
Doea ii Mean When \\, Sa\ Itavenu?
Was Ii Km r lOnoUKll "' S.itu la> II
a.m. liar Mltavah: Uiwiinre Jay,
mil ..r Mr and Mi- Irvlna I ii nnini k.
Siiinlio |u ..... Model Si Sei for Re-
"j!.....s s. i.....I sin.I. ins al John !'.
Kenneil) Junior iiiuli Auditorium,
Mondaj .', p.m. Congregational Seder
at Kike Hall, NK i.'.Mli and 2nd Ave.
Tueaday In n m, nl Waahing;ton l-".i|-
aral, 68 NE 168th St.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB, 951 E.
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday vi:. p.m. Sernmn: "The (ireal
Sahhalh." Saturday 8 a.m. M.....lay
1'anoover eve 6:Sil p in, Tueada) : u in.
and 6:30 p.m. lollowed bj Seder. Wed-
neada) 8 .. .in .< nd 6:3u p.m.
- ----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Mer-
ger. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Fii.i;i> 8:lS p.m. Ser.....n: "Who Shall
!" hV .I.......,i Saturday 8:43 a m.
' rn..... "1'orli......f the Week." I'aaa-
ovel s. n ... ,\|.....|,i} ,; ,, Tn. s.l.iv
and Wednenilaj 13 h in. and 6 p.m. I
Broward Zionists
Fete Rabbi Shapiro
A pliiqiu- honoring Rabbi David
Shapiro, ol Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood, "lor his devotion to Israel
and Zionism" will be placed in the
Mortimer May Dormitory of the
Mar Silver Institute in Ashkelon,
Israel.
The Kfar silver Institute is an
agricultural training school spon-
sored by the Zionist Organization
ol America The training institute
has an enrollm snt ol 400 boj s and
jjirls limn it to 17 years of age.
H is the onlj charter* d
high school in Israel and is ap-
proved bj the Board ol Regents ol
York.
ij the
;' itricl on Apr.
>i
ler ol Tei Shole
Hollyv o mi hairman
oi tl
Silver
To I" neeting are
Florida Go\ Ha i Bui ns and
Dr. Milton !' Caster, ol Hollywood.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con- | Society." .....I ShabbHI hoatefl l
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. I Sisterhood. Saturday : a.m. mrnini
Prlda.v 8:13 p.m. feermon: "The tJreat "Portion of ih.- Week IJi*wi\>r
Sabbath Satnrdaj or Sunday?" aervleea Monday 7 p.m. Pueailrtj m I
Satunlay : a.m. Paaaover Hervtcea w.-'ln. s.i..> : a.m.
M..ii.ia> .; p.m. Tueaday 8 a.m. and j ------ -
ii p.m. Wedneadaj : a.m. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 ne 171st S:.
------ ------ Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauher.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami "~
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henr> YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
Wernick. 1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
l-'i i.l.n s ;: |> mi s..i iiii.ii: "The flreal tali Porush
Circle Schools
Plan Banquet
Ben sire. chairman of the
Workmen's Circle Schools, an-
nounces the annual Passover ban-
quet Sunday noon. Apr. 10. at the
Algiers Hotel.
Tickets for the dinner, available
to non-members, may be obtained
at either of the Circle Schools.
1545 SW 3rd St., and the V.\l and
WHA, 8500 SW 8th St
Students of the school will read
the Haggadah in Yiddish and sing
traditional Passover melodies, with
A, Krashinsky, music director.
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I HOtU ftOt CIAN CIU( .
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Conducted by fhc Eminent
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& the Kamlot Choir
RESERVATIONS:
Mrs. Hoffman
JEfferson 1-6881
ONTHtOCUMIUtliST KUMIBUCH ('.
The Biscayne
Terrace Hotel
340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, MIAMI, FLA.
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
r^ Kosher Passover
mm Seder Services
^ ^ APRIL 4 and 5
TO BE HELD AT THE
STARLIGHT BALLROOM
Facing the Beautiful Biscayne Bay
Where Heavens and Stars
Join Festivities
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
RABBI SIMON APRIL OFFICIATING
& Separate family tables if desired
Synagogue Services Will be Held Both Holy Days
at the Hotel Premises
$12.50 For One Night
$20 For Two Nights
Children Under 10. $7:50 (Each Night)
ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS IF DESIRED
MENU
Passover Wine Relish Tray Grapefruit Gefilte Fish
Matzo Ball Soup Brisket of Beef Kugel
Plain or Egg Matzos nes
Macaroons & Sponge Cake Coffee Tea Sa
FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL
Assisted by
CANTOR
MORRIS
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379-3792
MISS SHIRLEY
379-3792
proudly presents
CANTOR
EMANUEL MANDEL
Conducting Traditional
PASSOVER SEDER
in the Golden Gate Auditorium
Monday, April 4 7 p.m.
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Exec. Food Director
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AMPLE PARKING
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Friday, Aprii 1, 1966
Viet Recognition Delayed
JERUSALEM (JT.V Israel.
i. ,.ght between opposing pre>-
IM from the Inited State* and
the Soviet I'nion over South Viet
Nam, indicated this week tnat it
v.-uld avoid the squeeze by with-
I -liing recognition for the time
, from the Saigon regime.
reign Minister Abba Eban
e nfirmed in Parliament state-
ita of his ministry earlier this
\ -.ck to that effect The issue de-
veioaed a a result of a staten
( March 21 by Vu Van Thai. Ihc
j. .on envoy to Washington, who
there "that negotiat
as had beer. h(
fc:als of la S nth Viel
i
Details on the pressure were
^oorted by the Tel Aviv daily,
Maariv, which said that report-
f: approaches were made to the
5-ael Foreign Ministry by Scv-
>t Ambassador Dimitri Chuvak-
- against such recognition. The
tn.ey reportedly asked Israel
~o take an open anti-U^iteci
J-ates stand on the South Viet
Nam issue. At the same time U.S.
Ambassador Walworth Barbour
iSKed Israel to provide aid to
* Saigon regime.
The United States has increas-
ingly pressed Israel to aid the Sai-
gon regime within the framework
of a U.S. effort to align world sup-
port for South Viet Nam. The
United States even included Israel
in a list published in Washington
of countries aiding South Viet
Sam The sources here emphasized
that the only aid Israel has pro-
vided the Saigon regime was medi-
cal help after devastating floods
two years ago.
The issue continued to evoke
wide comment in the Israeli presjs.
Haaretz urged Israel recognition
M South Viet Nam on grounds that
srae) should establish diplomatic
reUt th all countries without
ation as to political re-
gimes or alignments" The leftist
a: Kamishmar and Lamerhav
-v rig supported the Foreign
. < stand, and criticized
Israel involvement in the Sai-
- iggk Hayom, the organ
of Gahal. the fusion of some Li-
te and Herut. argued against
a | with military overtones.
such as the Nahal program of sol-
dier-farmers in Israeli border set
tlements. but supporting human-
itarian aid. The Saigon Ambassa-
dor had specifically referred to
hopes of his Government for Is-
raeli help in creating units in
South Viet Nam along Nahal pat-
terns.
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Friday. April 1. 1966
munily leaders from ages 25 to 0
40 in a nationwide movement which
provides a training ground for
Harris Reelected to UJA Young Leadership Cabinet
Marshall S. Harris has been re- Association of Miami. o( the United Jewish Appeal is the Young Leadership Council com
elected to the Young Leadership Thl, Young Leadership Cabinet 106-member governing body of the prising more than UJA campaigns.
i abinet of the United Jewish Ap- -
peal, it was announced Wednesday
In Leonard 1> 3*11. of Lewiston.
Me cabinet chairman.
Harris is assistant treasurer, a
MARSHALL HARRIS
mber cf the executive commit-
t< i' and of the board of governors
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Uon, of whose campaigns the
' \ .i major beneficiary.
He also holds high posts in the
Jewish Vocational Service, YM
and WHA, the Anti-Defamation
League of the B'nai B'rith, and
th American JewishCommittee,
and is national vice president of '
the Jewish Occupational Council.
He holds the President's Leader-'
-hip Award of the Greater Miami
Fedi ration and a testi
monial ol the Supreme Court ol ,
la for sen ice on the Florida
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Friday. April 1. 1966
*>J^wist> ITk>ri(fmin
Pagell-A
Histadrut Sets Third Seder
Greater Miami will .join in mark-
Histadrut'8 traditional
Third Seder and the State of
Israel's "Chai" (18th anniversary)
celebration at the Pontainebleau
rhursdaj evening, Apr. 7.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. honorary
chairman, said that Abraham
Hartzfi 'I member of the executive
council ( i the World Zionist Organi-
zation, will be guest of honor and
speaker.
Mr. acob Rifkin, chairman,
and Wlit. Rifkin plan a reception
at their home this Saturday even-
ing, 8 p.m., as a kickoff for
the celebration.
The Apr. 7 event, sponsored by
(hi Greater Miami Medieal Coun-
Voeational Training and
Medical Services in Israel and the
Israel Histadnit Committee, will
feature ; :i original pageant com-
posed and produced by Samuel
Fcrsh
The committee for the Third
. ir consists ol Sam Fein-
1 iidenl of Histadrut, Mor
i \'e /mark, treasurer, Mrs. Anna
Meyers. Jack S. l'opick.
HARJZFUD
MRS. MtYlRS
' '"'h Ash. Marvin Cooper. Sam
Lachman and Abraham 15. Povin
.-...>. cnairman ol the Labor Zionist
nization. All local Farband
branches, Paole X:on and Poineer
Women's Council will participate
:n this outstanding event.
Moshe Berman. executive direc-
tor ol the Israel Histadrut Com-
mittee of Creator M i a m i. an-
nounced tiif appointment of Mrs
Lynne Castle a. coordinator, and
Manny Burstein, president of the
lien Gurion Karband Branch, in
rharge of tickets for the affair.
let My People Go' on TV in Miami
SAND-ELL
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U.-.-.i r Rabbinical Supervision
BAR MITZVAHS
WEDDINGS PARTIES
Speciafiiino in Home Catering
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Open 21 Hours
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"Let My People (Jo." the critic-
ally-acclaimed documentary about
Hio Jewish people's struggle for a
homeland, was to be presented to
the nations television viewers lor
the second successive year l>_.
Xerox Corp this week
The documentary was ',> be seen
in Miami over VVCKT, Cli 7. on
Thursday from 10 to 11 p.m.
Produced b> David 1. Wolper
Pro lui lions, the hour-long s|
1 ecn nominated lor an 1 iscar
award b> the Academj ol Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences.
Written and produced by Mar
shall Flaum, the program is nai
rated by liiehard I'.aseharl. In-
cluded is rare iilm footage never
publicly seen prior to last year's
telecast. Much ot it came Irom
iniied Jewish Appeal agencies,
and considerable footage was tap-
lured from German and Arab
sources. Other film came from the
British Imperial War Museum, the
'.' s Library ol Congress, the U.S.
Signal Corps, the Jewish Agency,
il e Govi rnmenl of Israel and
Included in the film is priceless
footag ol the eai li I1 >ih an
settlers, Hi 11 il film, the Irgun
runninu "illegals" across Europe
on their W ay to Palestine Gi n
Allenby entering Jerusalem after
capturing the Holy Land from the
Turks in World War I. the Jewish
Hi made in England's army 111 both
World Wars, the Grand Mufti, the
Arab Legion.
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^Jenisf fhridHan
Friday. April 1. 196G
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Passover and World Peace
Rabbi
Abramowil!
By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
On Monday evening, we will
unite with our families to celebrate
the Passover Seder, taking part in
the time-honayed rituals and. tra-
ditions. The familiar chanting^and
singing will be
heard in every
Jewish household
where Judaism is
observed. The
ritual of the Se
der. as the entire
Festival of Pass-
over, has often
been interpreted
as the most pro
found lessons in
freedom. Indeed,
the very" words of
Moses, "Let my
people go.*' have
become the rally-
ing call for free-
dom through the ages
But without detracting from the
importance of the ideals of free-
dom, we believe that even a more
significant lesson of Passover is
the centrality of the Jewi>h family
in relation to the very existence of
the Jew as a people and to Judaism
as a faith.
The Seder, essentially, is a sta^e
play. Each of us acts out the role .
of the Hebrew slave and rejoices
in his redemption. The Bible, in'
establishing the celebration of
I'as.sover. insisted on its taking
place in the home "each person in
in.-- household." and is concerned
with the effect upon the child:
When thy child asks By biblical
iniunction. therefore, the Passover
celebration is relegated not to the
Temple or to a group of priests,
but to the family. Every household
celebrating the Seder becomes
ui< ntified with the Israelites of the
and with the Jews of the
H -cut
More than any other holiday.
ssover is home centered. Over
years, Judaism lias de\ (I
its entire religion (in this pattern
in post biblical literature, the in-
sistence of maintaining Judaism
in the home is probably the n si
distinguishing feature ol .K-wish
religious life
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TZAV
Moses anoints Aaron and his sons as priests.
"And he poured of the anointing oil upon Aaron's head, and
anointed him. to sanctify him." (Lev. 8.12).
TZAV An elaboration of the sacrifical laws: the burm-
offering, the meal offering, the sin-offering; guilt-offering and
peace-offering. Moses consecrated Aaron and his sons for the
priesthood: he made their offerings of consecration, sprinkled | i
them with the oil of anointment, and taught them the order of
sacrifice: "And at the door of the tent of meeting shall ye abide
day and night.seven days, and keep Urn charge of the Lord, that
ye die not; for so I am commanded." (Lev. 8.35).
suits of the weakening of the fam-
ily structure. If we celebrate Pass-
over in the true spirit, at home
"each person in his household."
we shall contribute immeasurably
to the strengthening of Jewish
family life.
The Passover holiday, with its
emphasis on the home, has given
Jewish life its unique pattern. It
is the family that not only molds
character, but also fashions faith.
May this Passover help us to
work ceaselessly for the establish-
ment of peace through human free
dom. May its celebration in our
family life also guarantee the sur-
vival of Judaism as we maintain
our identity with a great heritage
of our faith.
.
In a recent survey taken to de-
termine the religious affiliations of
of Americans, the question was
asked. "How often do you attend
church (synagogue) services?" If
this survey were taken exclusively
for Jews, this question should have
.been. "How often is your family
engaged in a religious service in
the home?" For in Judaism, the
family's religious involvement is
the touchstone of religious identifi-
cation.
There are many problems facing
American Jews today, not the least
if which is the instability of family
life. The high rate_of divorce and
the disturbing trend'toward inter
marriage may well be the end re-
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND OF AMERICA
Cordially invites you
to participate in the
Pilgrimage to Israel
JOHN F. KENNEDY MONUMENT
and Peace Forest
Monday July 4th, 1966
For Information and Reservations Call
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Friday, April 1, 1966
vJeHijD fhrndHann
Page 13-A
.V
Schlesinger, Quinn at Rally
I. : f,
-.
^
.....- I : the corps of hosts .
-.c Israel "Chai" anniversary
r completed plans fr-r the
I at ii breakfast meeting la>t
hi :i:orning at the Fontaine-
: he dinner, eelebrat-
Israel's is years of stateiioort.
1 <- held Sunday evening.
IT. at the Fontainebleau.
V the helm of preparations for
[inner is a roster of commit-
leaders headed by Rabbi
Leon Kronish. Greater Miami Is-
JBond chairman: M^rs. Anna
v. Meye*Wh|irJAi #l'ie-*f;
'.us Division' Samuel Fried-
. and Ix-onard Rosen, honorary
airmen; and Sidney D. Ansin.
i chairman.
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Spe-
cial assistant to President Ken-
nedy and later to President
JoHnson, and Anthony Quinn,
-.-demy Award-winning motion
; c'ure star, will be among the
highlighters of the Israel "Chai"
dinner of state.
Itony Quinn. who has made
. films in Israel, and who has
.. consultant lo the Israeli
.-;> will be the recipient
riorida Israel Cultural
- lesinger will deliver a major
re-*. "Frontiers of Freedom,"
dinner.
ger was the youngest
nan ever to win the Pulitzer
when he received the award
age 28 lor his" The Age
ackson." One of America's
ig historians, he has also
active in public affairs.
ig the war, Schlesinger \
-. mation in Washington and in the
offi of Strategic Services in Lon-
don. I'aris and Germany.
In 1961, ScWesir.-jer went to
Washington as special assistant
to the President. In this capacity,
he served President Kennedy
until his death and thereafter
President Johnson. He left the
White House in March, 1964, to
write a book on the Kennedy
Administration, "A Thousand
Days,'' which remains high on
the best-seller list.
i uirps of hosts for the dinner
includes the following:
\l- ... ITT.-. A. Adams. Jam* >
Sa.ni Blank, B< n Chun,
Hi mm n, L< Mis E. Bow en,
I i Shi |>ard Broad, Jonaa
.1: \\ Mam M. Brown, Jack
i. Jack \ earner, Chai l< b
Sb ah Ciech, Paul Faske,
i. Max Pfalkoff, .\. C,
I ..' i I'. \ Sam Piion*. Max*
- .....; ;. .- i'. i "I loodman,
'i A Apt>< I i.....h Applebaum,
*. lo |ih I. Vi kin, J, -, ih Ash, .!> nh
'. .....i .,-.... ,- ..,,>.,. \,,,.,,,, i; ,. \ ,, Barth
" n pd Hi .. 'i, M \ Baxkln
"" ard Samuel
""' s -''' '/- u~ ^...:K1 w|ti, Leo A.
Rat. Vlayaf Mm '. ., r ,t
Abn Kllta 1. t-cnT
;Paee 14-A
ARTHUR SCHlfS.NGER
ANTHONY QUINN
!! Hecht, I Jamin Meyer* A J. Molaxky, Emll
h, '.tun n i... Morton Vlexanilei Mhiw, Ben Xnvavk,
la
  • r, i-. : Max Orvtts, lx>u Roller, .lack S.
    S'athan Mm Ren- Poiili k, .la< h Rlfl In, I 'ar I,
    "A.V,
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    the teitler
    ?a:::ly
    lidery Greetings to All
    B MAI B'RITH
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    Wishing all of our Friends
    a Happy Passover
    JORDAN A. JORDAN
    Interiors
    Interior Decorating
    and Designers
    '735 N.W. 28th St., Miami
    Phone 634-7781
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    *Je*isl>ncrktian
    Friday. April I. 1966
    Scklesinger, Quinn at Rally
    Continued from Pag* 13-A
    Barman. Th-nui,
    BernaUiin, Xhii
    BuUolenkl, jr:->
    Andrew 1.1
    Hodl inii.ii. 9
    Mrealaw, Ma _,
    stoin, U-uisSt
    Bteln, Will
    Chabner, .v
    1..
    s.
    i'ocan. Joseph Cohel
    Moi ris t 'i-t|r, 8a.ul
    Derman, Jaeoh
    U.-iih, Andre
    Hhjilk.
    Eva M. Blum, Mas
    l< I Hbtwaj. Sanfoul
    sly. Michael Bron-
    in, Jacob A. Hui -
    L*'arriMiiei', II.mik.h
    r Chi rkas. Samuel I..
    Corrsin, Aaron N. <'>ii
    Sonla Ihuiivltx.
    Marvin Cooper,
    .1. Cooper, Anna
    oration, ir\ m~
    Nathan II.
    i'ji. ii.
    l >:i rsk}.
    Bertha DavMaon, Samuel l>:ivis.
    Mux 1 leakier, Lou-is Decoveuy, Joseph
    <;. Denmark, Stem IH-imer. Harry I!
    Ittamund, Otto Diamond, Morris
    I lobs. U.lit/., lauac Uonen, Sara bori-
    naui, Isadora Kr.il. Harold E. Dmher,
    ll.wi.au liubowy, Leon .1 Bll, samin i
    tamaii, Krances i-Jnin,', Joseph H.
    Kpst. n, Ben Essen, Morris KWk,
    Kantian K* Inslein,
    Herman W, Feldman, Mnxlmlllan
    FVhlst. in. Marshall M. I .-u.-r, Jaek
    Kllosol .'..-. ,>li II Kin.-. William Fish-
    er. Harry |i, i-h.-r. Mauri..- Knr.r.
    Samuel i-..\. i-Yank Frankel, sol i-i-an-
    kel. Ben Prankenateln, Samuel FYeed-
    man. Mayshic BYledbenr, Fannie C.
    HYommer, Mauri.-. Oaiut, l......Iardnr.
    Ann liariink'l. Lelba GarmlXO, Arthur
    I taller, Leo llelvan, Many Lionet,
    Morris "l.-ul. man.
    ten Oilier, Norman M. Oilier, Benne
    (Slttleman, Louis Olaaaer, Jaime Gold-
    emberg, .m,>. ris Qoldfarb, Ueorgi
    Goklberr, Irving' c.olrlst. in. Sol Uola-
    Kteln, Elisabeth Ooodman, Lillian
    Goodman, Max ilorin, Samuel Grau-
    ban. Mlit.'ii Green, Edward Green-
    ii. l.i. Albert M. Grossman, Louis It-
    Grossman, Abraham A. Gmnbut,
    Chuck Mull. Trudy Hamersuhlas,
    Lout* ii.in.ti.>rr. a. .i. Harris, Harry
    Harris.
    William .1. Harris, Max Heeht, Nath-
    an llerbetman, Hade llirs.li. Kn-.l
    Jonas. Man i.l .loseloif, Milt.ui K.ilin.
    Charles Kail-. Howard Kan.-. Samuel
    K.,n:i. Bernard Katx. .lack Kaizmah.
    Max Kay, Abe Kenarr, Paul L. Kessr,
    Jay I. Klslak, Morris Kohn. Max Kulk-
    , r. Murray Koietsky, Joseph Krauts,
    Joseph Krefetx, Joseph Kuluvn, Rabbi
    Eugene l.nbowlz.
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    MR. AND MRS. ABRAM FOX
    141 S.W. 23rd ROAD, MIAMI
    HaDDy Passover Greetings to All
    PAUL FREED, furs
    1513 Washington Ave.
    Miami Beach 532-7551
    HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
    Tartak's OPA-LOCKA DRICIS
    400 Opa-Locka Blvd. Phone MU 1-3122
    Sam Laahman, Murray I* Laaaros,
    DwvM IjehrfMd, Robbi Irvtna i.chr-
    niHii. IUmi l-'Vln, Leo M. Levin,
    MiMhp Ijevin, Al l.evinson. Morris fc. ,
    l.ii.p, Max IJiiwhU-/, Josef* M. Up-
    ton. Sam Upton, TV-si,- l.ltt, Alvin
    K l.i.wr, Uacnr Manil'.i. Joseph
    Mansbarh, l'u\. ManroHes, Kmniiuel
    Meats, I.ouls Merwitaer, Morris I
    Mlnov, Morris Mfretsky, Merry l;
    Morris
    Stanley C. Myers, Morris Nash,
    Naih in Nash, Morris M. Newman.
    Robert Ii Newman, Rase NawmaTn,
    Moi-ri- Newmark, s..i Nerd, Dora
    i 'f(. nli.-iii1.-ii. S.lm.i "irlit. I-:. Albert
    1'allot, iMtTi I'askow, HalTy l'lalofl.
    I>v|,l I'lntt. Sam Pollocfc, Havl.l
    I'onv.- l'hlll|> I'osti-lnek. David l'lovus.
    Joseph Rabin, Jaeob, RabinowRs,
    Rabbi Joseph E. Raokovshy, Josaph
    Ram bam.
    Si.ln.-\ Raymond, Kam H.-inhanl,
    Mauri.-.- it.-vitz.. Benjamin Rimer,
    Sidney 7.. Rockwell, Joseph M, Rose,
    Max Rosen, lliilip Rosenberg, Michael
    Rosenblatt, Charles Rose nfrar ten,
    JiiIIii- Rosenatein, l.lbby Host. Many
    I. Rubin, Raymond Rnbin. Joseph
    Sacks. Solomon Sandier, Marcus t>.
    Sarokln, Solomon s.-hitf, Sam Schiff-
    nian. larael Schulta, Jctseph Schwartz..
    Bessie Seldman.
    s,li^. Herherl B,
    Shapiro, Benjamin
    A. Shaw. Sol <;.
    Shoehet, airy Sil-
    mhoff, Sam Simon-
    II, Sill'--.-!-. I ...ris I-"
    Mendel) M.
    Shapiro, Max
    t-*harps, Murray
    Shaye, Kred K.
    v. r, liar i> Simi
    hoff, William
    Snetninn, l*hlllp SomlM-rir, Charles
    s,,hiiii,.i-. Nathaniel Soroff, Ralph
    Spern, Nathan sV'eEelmnn, I'blllp
    Steill, Marks T, ll. ll. I'hlllp I-'. Tli.cn.
    l-Y.-i Abraham I, I'slander, Abe Wnsen-
    '., i-L-. Alfred Waxman, Rabbi Berel
    Weln, .Inli.iii Weinkle, ll.nw Wernlck,
    Simon Wllensky, Aaron Wolnch, Isldor
    n. Wolf, Morris W'oskow. Manuel
    V'aVelow, Morris Yoiint. Mauii-. I
    /. ir-'-ky. Harold /.inn. Samuel Zltner,
    Joseph Zoiiian, Joseph Kuckerman,
    Matthew Kuckerman.
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    1
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    Kenneth M.
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    MEMBER
    FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
    Passover greetings
    from the Directors, Officers and Staff of

    MIAMI BEACH
    .
    FEDERAL
    SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
    MITCHELL M. WOLFSON
    Cluiirman oj the Board
    MILTON WEISS
    President
    L


    Lay, April 1.
    1966
    , JV# ftrridftrfir
    Page 15-A
    op Awards Cite Perry, Mrs. Epsteiri
    tome 200 Dado business and
    himuiiity leaders heard Roy A.
    [rry and Ml* William N. (Betty)
    Uein named Dade's Outstanding
    Sens of lt>b5 at a luncheon
    Ida)
    Mrs. Epstein, who learned Braille
    I correspondence from the Libr-
    of (ingress, and Perry, presi-
    |nt of Goodwill Industries of
    jith Klorida. were singled out
    [the county's top citizens during
    [I h annual awards function
    lil |1 the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
    Patron of Hie awards, spon-
    9re j'nai B'rith, is Joseph M. Upton,
    Iresioent of Oade Federal Sav-
    ]igs and Loan Association.
    I',! .merit chairman of the Out-
    ndir.i Citizen's Award is San-
    (i Swerdlin and permanent
    ige< mclude George Bee be.
    inaging editor, Miami Herald;
    Shoehet, publisher. The
    a wish Floridian: and Ralph
    mid ice president in charge
    \. WTV.I
    Rect 'itmended by Mrs. William
    Brenner, president, Greater
    iami S ction National Council of
    wish Women and Mrs. Jean C.
    fhmi chairman of the Section's
    - committee. Mrs. Epstein
    aug I the Section's program
    ilind and >i^ht handicapped
    .11)1!
    Utorney General
    principal speaker
    t the a "selfless Lndi-
    Dl herself untir-
    hitul example
    Mrs. E
    - n ch <-i
    I., the D
    M i. t-ated books idory Llbt nty Book were m'de her direction.
    Ol ll'.i (Oi VisuaHj
    nor A. pern
    Handicapped Children, which
    trains and helps develop special
    skills in visually handicapped child-
    ren who can not attend college.
    Last year. Mrs. Epstein received
    the Noteworthy Award from the
    National Braille Club, as well as
    a Gold Disc from the coordinator
    of special education and all of
    the teachers of the visually handi-
    capped in the Dade County school
    system in recognition of her serv-
    ices
    She acts as consultant to the
    teachers of the visuall) handicap-
    ped and partially-sighted
    I..' n jtimc n sidents ol Miami.
    Mi i. Epsteii and her husband,
    w ho live ri Ave.,
    {hter, Dunn.|
    i an, and a grand-
    inc.
    iii announcing; Perry as win-
    ner, Pairdottl noted the Good-
    will Industries nomiration, whicli
    declared: "Hii contribution to
    ih community can be measured
    bv what a eharWabla organization
    has accomplished under his de-
    dicated leadership. How he finds
    MRS. WILLIAM tPSTtIN
    time to devote to other com-
    munity services, I shall never
    know, but he does," wrote Alvah
    H. Chapman Jr., vice president
    of the executive committee.
    Under Perry's leadership. Good-
    will Industried has developed and
    grown in strength and work op-
    portunities for the handicapped.
    The Edaar J. Helms Award,
    given annually by the Goodwill
    Industries of America "to that per-
    son within the United States who
    is thought to have contributed more
    to the service which is Goodwill
    than any other individucal any-
    where,"' went to Perry in 1965.
    A native Miamian. Perry lives
    at 2640 Hilola St. A graduate of
    the University of Florida, he serves
    as lay preacher at Bryan Memorial
    Methodist Church, where he has
    taught an adult Sunday school class
    for 15 years.
    He is also a member of the
    board of the Florida Governor's
    Committee on Employment of the
    Handicapped: World Committee on
    Employment of the Handicapped,
    for which he received B'nai Biith's
    Mark A. Light Memorial Award:
    past president of the Southeastern
    Division of the Children's Home
    Society of Florida; executive coun-
    cil of Boy Scouts, and treasurer of
    the Opera Guild of Greater Miami.
    REMEMBER
    'he memories of Passovers gone bythe search and sale of the Choraetz-Grandpa
    Poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and the Chotacties -putting on the
    ne* suit of clothes and shoespockets full of hazel nutsand almonds-anxiously
    wihng for the Seder to start-Uncle loe and Aunt Sadie were always late-the who.e
    family together-Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair beside
    urn-Grandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke" my queen, tie
    called her-the Kiddush and then my turn lor "Ma Nishtanah" and the answer given
    Hi Grandpa's voice ringing out over allthe first halt of the Hagadah almost over-
    even the bitter herbs tasted so good Passover it was always "strong "-all were com-
    pelled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt water-ana
    'hen the meal-nobody but nobody cou>d cook better than Gr.mdma-we ate-ana
    te and then the "8enchen"-and the rest of the Haeadan-and some more cups ot
    "ne-an3 the opening of the door-and the stones ol ho.v in the old country someone
    'lightened the whole family by appearing at that door-but best ot all the rongs witn
    e second half of the Hagadah atound-and the feeling of drowsiness-content-
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    Miami. Florida. Friday. April 1, 1966

    Section E
    Lady Minister Slated at Bruncheon
    The "V s Women" are determined to make a success of their
    fund-raising Fashion Show and luncheon scheduled for Wed-
    nesday, Apr. 20, at noon. Fashion commentator will be TV
    star Virginia Booker, of WLBW in Miami. Clothes will be by
    Beth Weber and furs by Adrian Thai, announced president,
    Mrs. Leonard Luria. Making preparations for the event are
    lefi to liqht), president-elect, Mrs. Al Raven; fashion co-
    ordinator, Mrs. Mel Jackson; Mrs. Manny Jacobson; and chair-
    man Mis. Paul Rheingold. Also on the committee are Mrs.
    Mvron Marks. Mrs. Jerry Klein. Mrs. Charles Greenberg, Mrs.
    Ben Han is, Mrs. Herb Markowitz, and Ms. Al Winick.
    The Rev. Nancy Elizabeth Fors-
    berg. an ordained Congregational
    Christian minister, and an authori-
    tative spokesman on Israel and the
    Middle East, will speak at the "'No
    Minimum'" Brucheon and Show of
    the Young Women's Division of
    CJA on Thursday. Apr. 19. at the
    Theater of the Everglades Hotel.
    "We are fortun ate to have
    secured Miss Forsbcrg for our pro-
    graming because she is one of the
    knowledgable persons in the Uni-
    ted States regarding the areas of
    Israel of most interest to our young
    women." Mrs. Katzen and Mrs.
    Traurig said.
    A regional officer of the Ameri-
    can Christian Palestine Committee.
    -Miss Forsberg on her most recent
    tour to Israel devoted two months
    to intensive study in the areas of
    education, economics, agricultural
    and desert research, youth pro-
    grams, immigrant absorption, re-
    ligious communities and Arab af-
    fairs. During this tour. Miss Fors-
    berg lived with Israeli families in
    villages, cities and farms and
    woiked in a kibbutz on the Syrian-
    Lcbanses border.
    A few years earlier, she partici-
    pated with a group of twenty-two
    members of the clergy, social work-
    ers, college professors and news-
    papermen in an extensive study
    tour of the Middle East, visiting
    the Arab countries and Israel.
    Miss Forsberg earned her Bache-
    lor of Divinity degree at Yale
    Divinity School and was ordained
    to the Congregational Christian
    ministry in 1951. She also gradu-
    ated with honors from Dennision
    University in Ohio.
    Hiss Forsbcrg served in pulpits
    in Iowa. Connecticut, New Jersey
    and the campus ministry of the
    State University of Iowa. Slit' also
    was the program executive in the
    Young Women's Christian Associa-
    tion in Peterson, where the B'nai
    B'rith Men and Women conferred
    on Miss Forsberg their "Outstand-
    ing Citizen Award" in 1957. and
    in New Britian, Conn.
    Seder Returns
    After a lapse of many years.
    Belli David Congregation will host
    a congregational Seder on the
    second night of Passover.
    The Seder will bit conducted by
    Rabbi Sol Landau, of Beth David,
    assisted by Cantor William W,
    I.ipson.
    Participants will recite read-
    ings, sing songs, and taste the
    Passover foods.
    Making plans for the 1966 campaign conference for Demo-
    cratic Women are Mrs. Paul Grand. Mrs. Louis Glasser.
    president of the Adlai Stevenson Democratic Women's Club.
    Mrs. Malvin Englander, State Committeewoman, and Mrs.
    Andre S. Bialolenki, who will serve as delegates. The con-
    ference, to be held in Washington in April, w>ll culminate
    ..-. a reception at the White House with Mrs. Lyndon Johnson.
    ^N n 1
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    ISA BE L G RC V E
    tei ing and lots of
    !; al 'he cocktail
    hree milestones in
    Danziger family .
    I ii amilj. it w as
    as n -'-lit mana-
    i Stamm Florida
    BUS V lie Joy,
    day, and for the
    York couple plus
    ke I their status as
    '.; 'ach residents. .
    . Is nn her yellow silk
    i r o e k indicated the
    "i the occasion for
    i with 16-year-old
    ing sui! with an orchid
    her boucle knit. .
    ager is now attending
    :'"-"i> High. Son David 13, is
    -''"!' "t at Miami Military
    Acadmy, and Stephen 19. a sopho-
    " the University of Geor-
    '". therefore unable to attend
    the festivities. Friends from
    New York here to help the Danzi-
    -"- *ere Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
    G Babbin
    ft f,
    Cocktails, luncheon and an ori-
    -'"'1 musical by Trixie Levin
    ne order of the day for a bridal
    snower honoring Martha Candace
    Saturday at the Algiers
    Daughter of Dr. and
    Myron Ii. Elfen, of W. Palm
    '' bride-elect is the fian
    : James Cary Jacobson. son
    Miami Beachites Bert and
    '"' Jacobson. Hostess to
    ree and 60 guests, Mrs.
    M^ide and Ruth (Mrs.
    Mehallis. Additional
    excitement in the family of the
    future In dgegroom, his brother
    Dr. Je 1 Jacobson, a navj lieuten-
    ant ass gned to Viel Nam. home
    for a visit now,
    A medical career begins in
    earnest tin- Fall for Merle (Mrs
    Robert) Balin. 7545 E. Treasure
    Dr.. who has been accepted at
    the Universit) of Miami School
    ot Medicine following completion
    oi pre-med studies there and at
    the University of Florida. .
    Daughter of the Morris Kroops,
    of Bay Harbor Islands, the future
    doctor's husband. Bob, a Tulane
    alum, is sales manager for Fin-
    cher Oldsmobilo.

    A math major at Massachusetts
    Institute of Technology at Cam-
    bridge, Mass., Steven L. Alter has
    written the book for the MIT
    Tech Show of 1966". Son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Moses Alter, 5670
    Michelangelo, the talented '63
    alum of Coral Gables High is a
    National Merit Scholar and cur-
    rent chancellor of his fraternity.
    *
    Charming mementos to be dis-
    played in their offices, old fash-
    ioned occupational plaques given
    to Denist Bob and Nancy Sterling
    and Attorney Mark and Susan
    Rubin by the Paul Blaus.
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    Before a distinguished audience
    at her home last Saturday night.
    Miami compaser-pianist Mana
    Continued on Page I IB
    PASSOVER GREETINGS may the spirit
    of the occasion bring peace and freedom
    to all peoples everywhere.
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    Bernard Louis will lead the
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    and Garj Kaplan Others p>
    pating will he Rhonda Post. Gail
    Kobelin. Stuart Green. Howard
    Leis. Alan Kobelin. Daniel Levi,
    and Ra'.ph Tunick
    \ i F.lana Engelman. Davida
    Kestii Beth Kobelin. Stephen
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    Thelma Karashik, playing Gladys, and Sid Danoti. featured
    as Hines, in "Pajama Game," to be offered by the B'nai
    Raphael Theatre Guild at a Theatre in the Round production
    on Saturday and Sunday, 8:30 p.m., at B'nai Raphael Con-
    gregation, 1401 NW 183rd St. Directing the Broadway smash
    musical comedy success are Delores Miller and Sally Le-
    vin. All seats are reserved.
    Cub Pack Marks First Birthday
    Marking the first anniversary of
    Cub Scout Pack 526 sponsored by-
    Temple Adath Yeshurun. members
    of the pack will participate in Fri-
    day evening services.
    Guest speaker will be Barry Se-
    ta!, assistant cub master.
    Leaders who will be honored are
    Jim Jacoby. chairman. Morty Ko-
    soy, cub master. Barn Segal
    Den mothers to be honored are
    Mcsdames Jim Jacoby. Daniel Tu-
    nick. .Morty Kosoy. William Sel-
    dine. Malvin Avctaen, Barry Segal.
    Kotler. Richard Werblow.
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    Applicants of all ages are bein?
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    Classes are held Wednesday.-,
    from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.. in voice pro-
    duction, elocution, breath control,
    singing and repertoire for concert,
    musical comedy and opera
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    Reform Jewry
    Plans Honor For
    Sammy Davis Jr.
    By Special Report
    Sammy Davis Jr.. will be pre-
    sented with an award by Rabbi.
    Max Nussbaum. of Los Angeles,
    who instructed the noted enter-
    tainer in the Jewish faith, at a
    dinner in behalf of the national in-
    stitutions of Reform Judaism on;
    Sunday evening, Apr. 17. at New
    York's Americana Motel.
    Mayor John V. Lindsay and Det-
    roit philanthropist Max M. Fisher
    will share the spotlight with Davis!
    as award recipients at the fourth
    annual award dinner of the Reform
    Jewish Appeal.
    Rabbi Nussbaum. spiritual leader
    of Temple Israel of Hollywood and
    former head of the Zionist Organi-
    zation of America, will present
    I Davis with an achievement award, traordinary accomplishment in hij
    ja sculpture especially created for chosen field, which reflects his in-
    ; the occasion "in recognition of ex- domitable spirit."
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    At a meeting of Miami Beach Chapter of Women's League for
    kiael at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Morris Shore, 4720 Alton
    the Women's League; Mrs. Faye Tupler, president of Miami
    Beach Chapter; and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, guest of honor.
    Also present were Mrs. Alex Cowen, co-founder of the Lea-
    gue, and Mrs. B. Noss, recording secretary of the Flatbush
    Chapter. Mrs. Alex Dellerson is program chairman.
    Gables JWY Post New Officers
    Installation of officers of the
    Norman Bruce Brown Post 174,
    f i|Jewish War Veterans, was held on
    \ JTucsday. at Pythian Hall. 4601 W.
    Tr'lagler St.
    Installed were the following:
    Auxiliary. Ester M. Jacobs, presi-
    "jldent; Belle Swartz. senior vice
    (resident; Sylvia Liebman, junior
    ice president; Anna Mink, trea-
    surer; Kate Graham. c:haplain
    Cdith Feibelman, conductress.
    Ruth Rosenthal, secretary; Julia
    lerger, patriotic instructor; Elean-
    m Goldstein, guard; Lillian Samet,
    listorian: Freda Feingold. Eva
    Paub, Sophia Rosenberg, trustees.
    j""-t. William G. Samet, com-
    mander; George M. Bernstein, sen-
    ior vice president: Abraham Mar
    cus, junior vice president; Edwin
    i L. Feibelman. quartermaster;
    Ralph Rosofsky, judge advocate.
    Also. Dr. Frank Greene, surgeon;
    George Graham, chaplain; Harry
    Zalph. historian; Sam Srednick, of-
    ficer of the day; Benjamin Kaplan,
    patriotic instructor; Alfred M. E.
    I Meyers, service officer: Hy H.
    Morris, chief of staff; Manuel N.
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    Left to right are Rabbi Morton Malavsky; Diplomat president,
    Irving Cowan; and Milton M. Klier, Seder chairman. They
    : :e shown finalizing plans for the Temple Beth Sholem of
    Hollywood Seder services and dinner to be held at the Dip-
    .:mat Hotel and Country Club on Monday.
    Seder Slated By Hollywood Group
    Tic traditional Passover Seder
    : Temple Beth Sholem of Holly-
    id will be conducted in the
    .ix Arts Ballroom of the Diplo-
    Hotel on Monday at 7 p.m.
    :.n charge of the religious cere-
    nies and Seder is Rabbi Morton
    lavskr, of Temple Beth Sholem.
    . isted by Cantor Ernest Steiner
    specially trained Passover
    :r. Milton M. Klier is Seder
    I rman.
    It has become an annual tradi-
    for Beth Sholem to hold the
    - ler services at the Diplomat.
    v ich is followed by a deluxe
    lomat-style dinner with all the
    ho More Swastikas on Sale
    LOS ANGELES (JTA) The
    National Surplus Dealer's Associa-
    :.:n of the United States issued a
    resolution pledging not to supply
    American Nazi Party and
    0 tier hate groups with swastikas
    t r.blems and flags.
    Rabbi Malavsky de-
    trimmings.'
    clared.
    Rabbi Malavsky stems from a
    family of rabbis and cantors. The
    prayers are interperted in English
    The Baux Arts Ballroom can
    accommodate several thousand per-
    sons, and its is anticipated that up-
    ward of 1.000 will be in atten-
    dance at the Seder.
    Testing Program
    Norms Sought
    Annual testing program of
    achievement in studies in the
    It wish schools is now cumins to a
    h Cohen.
    resident of the Bureau of Jewish
    Education
    Subjects explored included Heb-
    -ew, Prayers, Customs and Cere-
    monies, Basic .ludaism. Zionism
    lvl Israel, and History. Students in
    :7 schools were expo>ed to the
    innual testing program, 'hose in
    rades 5 through 10 in the one-
    .. v i ek departments, and in
    [rades 1 through 5 in the elemen-
    ts Hebrew departments.
    Objectives of the annual pro
    Tnm am to establish citj Wide
    norms of achievement in the sub-
    jects tested for Jewish schools;
    then to use them as instruments
    of objective educational measure-
    ment for the schools: to compare
    the norms with those of preceding
    years so as to register improve-
    ment or lack of progress; to use
    the community norms to test the
    effectiveness oi curriculum and
    classroom efficiency: and to gain
    some insight into the necessary
    approaches to improvement of the
    general educational standards in
    the community
    Tests included local examina
    tions prepared by the Bureau, and
    validated tests of the Jewish Edu-
    ction Committee of New York City
    and the American Association for
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    A! Keynote Donor luncheon of Temple Israel leader of Temple Israel; Mrs. Julius Rosen-
    Sisterhood at the Deauville Hotel are (left to
    right) Mrs. Morris E. Greene, president; Mrs.
    Clifford Newmaik, vice president oi admirv.s-
    :raticn; Mrs. Morris Lansburgh, donor lunch-
    eon cnclrman: Rabbi Josech Narot. spiritual
    berg, in charge of prizes; Mrs. Jerome Rado,
    chairman of seating and vice president of re-
    ligious extension; Caterina Valenti, and Mrs.
    Joseph Bulbin, ticket chairman.
    nfounq Wo:Ti^n Slate Brur.chson Here Apr. 19
    st ambitious program in the
    of the Young Women's
    in oi the Combined Jewish
    \pp al oi Greater Miami has been
    lied for Tuesday. Apr. 19. in
    Theater of the Everglades
    according to Mrs, Howard
    v. division president.
    H ghlight of a bruncheon and
    at 11 a.m.. presenting "Board
    Stifl ...II be the dramatic debuts
    of the community's best
    known young women. Mrs. Howard
    Katzen and Mrs. Robert Traurig.
    co-chairmen of the No Minimum
    Division, are in charge of the gala
    production.
    Named as production coordina-
    tors and area chairmen to work
    with Mrs. Katzen and Mrs. Traurig
    are 22 leaders of the division. They
    will work under the direction of
    Mrs. Trinz.
    Those on the committee include
    KOSHER
    MORMSON^SCWFF
    the Mesdames Larrie Blasberg,
    Philip Bloom. Eugene Bloom, Law-
    rence Brandt. Wm. B. Cooper,
    Seymour Dublin. Ronald B. Fine.
    Stanley Gilbert, Marvin Gillman,
    Edwin Ginsberg. Mclvin L. Glass.
    Also. Marvin Haven, B. J. Layne,
    Jerry Leades, Lawrence Markman,
    Norton Pallot, Ronald Pallot. Mar-
    shall Pepper. Lloyd Ruskin. Bonnie
    Savitz, David Sommer and Gerald
    Wernick.
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    Our Gefitte Fish is made with a mother's tender,
    lovmg care. We take the plumpest, juiciest, young fish -
    fresh from icy Northern lakes add a subtle dash
    of spice, and slow-simmer to flavorful perfection.
    As traditional as the holiday itself! Available in cans and jars.
    NEW! KOSHER FOR PASSOVER MARGARINE
    Approved for Passover cooking,
    eating. No milk, dairy, or
    ' animal fats. Regular or UNSALTED.
    AND, DON'T FORGET
    MOTHER'S BORSCHT
    America's favorite, 3 wonderful
    ways. Regular, Low Calorie,
    or Egg Enriched.
    Mctheris
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    At the Seder and all
    through the holidays,
    enjoy all the delicious
    Sanka Coffee you want!
    Sanka Coffee tastes as good as or better
    than your usual coffee. And it's 97% caffein
    free. So, drink it, enjoy it in good health.
    It's 100% real coffee, too. Only the caffein has
    been removed. And caffein adds no flavor to
    any cup of coffee. Comes instant and ground.
    Another fine product of General Foods.
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    and PARVE
    for PASSOVER
    by RiWxs Hetsch Kohn
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    Far: SB
    vJenist flcridiar
    Friday. April 1. ]g6gl
    ....
    .' 4 I
    ... ^Mbout f^eople and f^u
    THE SAME OLD STORY
    Not became he'a mine hut'" Sally 'Mrs.
    Chester) Krone is back from New York, where
    she spoiled her new grandson so that she's sure
    her daughter-in-law, Diana, was glad to see her
    go The baby's name i> Chester Winston III. and
    his Dad i> (.'hester Krone. Jr. As Sally says, the
    baby is smart and lovely only six weeks old! His
    uncle. Robert B. Krone, is no longer the King
    Pin of the family. Robert is senior editor of Coro-
    net, and one of the voungest in his field in New
    \"ork. What essay contests he used to win a> a
    teen-ager! One will never be forgotten either by
    the judges or his mother. It was an essay on
    Mothers Day. in which he lauded the merits of
    the woman who did so much for him every day
    of the year. "Our Maul
    THAT TOUSLED SHOCK OF HAIR
    The hair belonged to Max l.erner. and it was
    in evidence at the dinner for him attended b>
    board members oi Jewish Family and Children's
    Service at the Dupont Plaza the night of hi> lee-
    , The Joseph Gassens. Judge Harold Spael
    and his Sally, the Walter S Falks and the Robert
    Kevins had a grand time at their table, talking
    politics. The Max v. Kogens, Mr and Mrs. Eugene
    R Katz. Mr and Mrs. Fred .1 Lighte, and Mr.
    and Mrs Leon Fisher were in a huddle delight-
    ing in the huge crowd in the lecture hall
    ted were Dr. and Mrs Jerome Benson, Mr.
    and Mrs living Fell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cour-
    ~hon. Mr and Mrs. Ben Novak. Mr. and Mrs.
    Donald Rubin, and the Daniel Neal Hellers. And
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais adn Mr. and
    Mrs. George Newman

    STARS SHONE ON MATTIE WASHTON
    It was a gay afternoon a,t the Fontainebleau
    Hotel, when Mattie Washton gave her ninth an-
    nual luncheon for the Louis D. Brandeis Group
    of Hadassah. The centerpieces were worlds sur-
    rounded with stars. To pay tribute to Mattie
    were her friends, as this luncheon is always on
    her birthday. Among guests were Mrs. Lee Vogel.
    Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. Samuel Lovett. Mrs.
    Norman Gorson. Mrs. Jules Rosenberg. Mrs. Carl
    aces
    Weinkle, Mrs Sam Blank. Mrs Elizabeth Stein-
    back. Mrs. Bernard Lipson. Mrs Irving Lehrman.
    and Mrs. Joseph Lipton Matties daughter. Honey.
    Mrs. Al Glickman, was right at her mothers
    Side every minute and right beside her was her
    husband Al. It was a fun afternoon with a tre-
    mendous luncheon.
    NINE HOSTESSES
    There were nine of them, and they had the
    most fun going out for lunch time after time to
    plan a surprise shower for Mrs. Max LeYine. who
    is expecting the stork a fourth time. She was
    realh surprised as the murmurs and tears testi-
    fied The nine hostesses were Mrs Irving Cooper-
    man. Mrs Milton Grayson. Mrs Paul Grand.
    Mr- Ann Schwartz. Dr. Joan Harris. Mrs. Ben
    Hammerman. Mrs. Rose Spielberg. Mrs Arthur
    Lee, Mrs Howard Dinaburg.
    It was like an old fashioned PTA covered-dish
    r. with each ho-tes- bring her specialty to
    Irene Cooperman's house, where the luncheon was
    held M0S1 of the women were ladies of the Jewish
    War Veterans Stork- and baby dolls left no
    .:- to what the gaily-wrapped gift- under
    umbrella contained. Amoi guests watching
    with oh's and ah- were Mr-. Sheman Fast. Mrs.
    Nat Brown. Mrs. Mai Englander, Mrs Joe Good-
    Mi- \!!na WoUman, Mrs. Gilbert Tendler,
    and Mr- Max Kern.
    GLITTERING CRYSTAL CHANDELIERS
    It was hard to imagine you were in a dress
    shop at the cocktail party opening of Harriet
    Stroke's -hop in Bal Harbor The blue and gold
    of the decor and the hors d oeuvres put clothes
    out of your mind until the pretty young models
    came into view. Spotted throughout the many-
    roomed shop were Mrs Muriel (the hat) Pick.
    Selma and Seymour Weiss. Mable and Jay Levine.
    Mrs. Sailing Baruch. Gracie Barry. Adrian Thai.
    Paul Pollack. Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
    Shari and Larry Silverman. Mrs. Frank Becker,
    and Mrs. Murry Sheldon. Harriet, with her stun-
    ning red hair, and her husband. Irvin Pollack,
    greeted their guests and welcomed their admir-
    ing comments.
    Frances Lehman
    Happy Passover Holiday To All
    CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
    OF WEST HOLLYWOOD
    South State Rd. 7 at Washington Street
    P.O. Box 3597, Hollywood, Florida 33023
    Where You can Enjoy the Convenience of
    Doing all Your Banking Under One Roof
    Members
    CITIZENS NATIONAL GROUP
    FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
    FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
    HENRY D. PERRY, Chairman of The Board
    CHAS. W. LANTZ, Pres Group Coordina*;-
    NOW
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    for
    Passover
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    WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
    FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
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    Phone 945-4345 949-2424
    Decor Concrete Railing
    CONCRETE UNLIMITED
    5900 N.W. 9th AVE., FT. LAUDERDALE 949-4330^
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    2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph. 371-6628
    ROSE COOK of
    MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
    Wishes A Very Happy Passover to AU
    7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph. 667-J"3
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    wide selection of the finest Kosher Foods for Passover.
    OUR SINCERE
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    Friday. April 1. 1955
    Jfyar Steven Btrman
    Steven Bruce, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Morris Victor Berman, will
    bt Ear Mitzvah Saturday. Apr. 2,
    at Tt-niple Adath Yeshurun.
    juvcn is in the seventh grade
    ol Norland Junior High, his favorite
    subject is science, and he is on
    the baseball team. He is also an
    excellent student in Hebrew
    School.
    F( Mowing the service, there will
    b< a reception in his honor.
    Wendee Besner
    > idee Carol, daughter of Mrs.
    1 m Besner. of Miami Beach.
    a- Bay Besner. of Montreal, will
    ( rve her Bas Mit/.vah during
    r. ...iar services in Temple Emanu-
    Saturday. Apr 2
    Marilyn Greene
    larilyn, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Jack Greene. 2323 SW 2 Ave..
    v become Bar Mitzvah at Beth
    David Congregation on Friday.
    Apr. 1.
    Marilyn is a seventh grade stu-
    ov. '. at Shenandoah High. She has
    bttn attending Beth David Reli-
    gions School for seven years, and
    ha- been singing in the Junior Choir
    1 lour years.
    Mrs. Ed Slotchiver of South
    C oiina. grandmother of Marilyn.
    \ attend the services.
    *
    Marjorie Silver
    ll rjorie Dee. daughter of Mr.
    arc Mrs. David Morris Silver, 1011
    Diplomat Parkway. Hallandale.
    Fla.. will become Bar Mitzvah on
    is turd ay, Apr. 2. at Temple
    E~anu-El.
    ' .'arjorie is in the seventh grade
    1 sl|


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    Wendee Besner
    Steven Berman
    mel greene
    studio
    74 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
    443-4658
    PORTRAITS
    WeddingsBridals
    PassportsChildren's
    Conimercia IPublicity
    Marilyn Greene Marjorie Silver
    at McNicols Junior High in Holly-
    wood, and is an Honor Roll student.
    She likes sports and collects rec-
    ords.
    The celebrant will be honored at
    a reception following the service
    at the Shelborne Hotel.
    Mrs. Anna Kaplan and .Mrs. Isi-
    dore Schwartz. Marjorie's grand-
    mothers, will attend.
    * *
    Phillip Henann
    Beth Torah Congregation will be
    the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Phil-
    lip Henann on Saturday morning.
    Apr. 2.
    The celebrant is the son of Mr,
    and Mrs. Harvey Henann. 19490
    NE 22nd Rd., and grandson of Mr.
    and Mrs. Henry Henann and Mrs.
    Esther Feldstein.
    A seventh grade student at John
    F. Kennedy Junior High, Phillip
    also attends Beth Torah Religious
    School.
    A dinner in honor of the Bar
    Mitzvah will be held at the Caril-
    lon Hotel on Saturday evening.
    * *
    Penny Hirschberg
    Bar Mitzvah of Penny, daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg,
    810 NE 173rd Ter.. will be observed
    during Friday evening.services at
    Beth Torah Congregation on Apr. 1.
    Penny is an honor student in
    the seventh grade at John F. Ken-
    nedy Junior High and in the fifth
    grade graduating class at Beth
    Torah Religious School. She plays
    the flute.
    Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah
    are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hirsch-
    berg. Brooklyn, and Mr. and Mrs
    Henry Shayman, N. Miami Beach.
    A reception in honor of the
    celebrant will be held in her home
    following the Friday night cere-
    mony, and a party for her friends
    will be held on Saturday evening.
    * t
    Gerald Seitlin
    Gerald Michael, son of Dr. and
    Mrs. David Seitlin. 720 San Juan
    Dr.. Coral Gables, will be Bar
    Mitzvah at Temple Judea on Sat-
    urday. Apr. 2.
    Gerald is a seventh grade student,
    at Ponce Junior High, and a mem-
    ber of Boy Scout Troop 64. His
    hobby is bidding model planes and
    ships. He plans to continue his
    religious school education through
    confirmation.
    His grandmother. Mrs. Jennie
    Seitlin, a long-time resident of
    Miami will help him celebrate the
    occasion
    Dr. and Mrs. Seitlin will host the t
    Kiddush.
    Terry Miller
    On Saturday morning. Apr. 2 Bar
    Mitzvah of Terry Marvin, son of
    Mi and Mrs. Murray B Miller.
    1255 N Biscayne Pt. Rd.. will be
    observed at Temple Ner Tamid.
    Terry attends Nautilus_J u n i or
    High and Temple Ner Tamid Reli-
    gious School. He is a member of
    the school band, plays piano, and
    participates in athletics.
    The Bar Mitzvah will be honored
    at the Kiddush following the cere-
    mony and at a dinner reception in
    his home.
    *
    Mark Ginsberg
    Mark Allan, son of Mrs. Beverly-
    Ginsberg. 7545 E. Treasure Dr..
    will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
    Menorah on Saturday morning.
    Apr. 2.
    The celebrant, student in the
    Religious School, is in the seventh
    grade at Nautilus Junior High.
    A luncheon reception in Marks
    honor will be held at the Club
    House Restaurant following serv-
    ices.
    Mark will join an Israel Bar
    Mitzvah Pilgrimage for eight weeks
    leaving from New York July 4 by-
    Jet.
    Out of town guests include
    maternal and paternal grandparents
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis. Mr.
    and Mrs. Guy Goldstein, all of
    Baltimore. Md.
    Kenneth Carman
    Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mr.
    Harry Carman. 700 NE 118th St..
    Biscayne Park, observed his Bar
    Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Sat-
    urday morning. Mar. 26
    Kenneth is a student of the Reli-
    gious School and is a seventh
    grader at North Miami Junior
    High.
    A Kiddish followed services in
    the Social Hall and a Dinner Recep-
    Continued on Following Page
    We Extend
    Sincere Good Wishes
    To the Entire Jewish
    Community .
    for a Most Happy
    Passover
    THE
    Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
    Federal Reserve System, Florida National Group
    PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
    VIC POTAMKIN
    CHEVROLET
    540 Alton Road Miami Beach
    Phone JE 1-5361
    VIC POTAMKIN NAT POTAMKIN
    To All Season's Best Wishes
    SPORTSMEN OF MIAMI, INC.
    310 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. 633-8631
    MAX ALCON, President
    BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
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    3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-8717
    JACK WALKER, Prdsident
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    MIAMI BEACH
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    Friday, April 1. 1966
    *Jfewfoft fkridiirtn
    Page 9-B
    Cancer League Will Install Officers;
    Mrs. Gidney Named New President
    6
    Mrs. II
    stalled a
    Women'.'
    Beach OB
    the Dea:
    Sinci .
    ago. tht
    has eontr
    a milli< r
    Clinic a:
    project !
    orris Gidney will be in-
    - new president of the
    Cancer League of Miami
    Friday noon, Apr. 8, at
    ville Hotel.
    ts inception seven years
    Women's Cancer League
    ibuted over a quarter of
    dollars to the Tumor
    Ml. Sinai Hospital. Next
    : the League will be the
    Demonstration Of
    'Easy-Do1 Foods
    I low I be a prize-winning food
    expert will be explained at the
    luncheon neeting of Variety Child-
    ren's Hospital Women's Committee
    on Monday, at Tony's Fish Market
    Restaurant.
    President Mrs. Edward Melniker
    has am unced that Miss Carol
    Fiesler, .ome economist, will pre-
    -nt a emonstration and discus-
    sion <>' "easy-do" party -foods
    designs :or hostesses of the space
    age.
    A hospitality hour at 11 a.m.
    will be followed by a noon lunch-
    ... on wit! Mrs. P. William Burke,
    wife of 'he hospital president, as
    hostess the day.
    Women's Committee fund-raising
    programs to help the hospital in-
    clude Uh annual Heart Ball, fash-
    ion shows, and the hospital gift
    shop
    In charge of reservations for
    the luncheon are Mrs. Renae Mus-
    kin. Mr- Gertrude Bronson. and
    Mrs. Evtlyn Mischener.
    purchase of a linear accelerator,
    which will be installed in the new
    Nuclear Medical Building at Mt.
    Sinai.
    Leonard A b e s s, president of
    Mt. Sinai Hospital, will be installing
    officer. Incoming officers and
    board of directors for 1966-67 are
    honorary chairman of the board,
    Mrs. Robert Z. Greene; honorary
    vice president, Mrs. Joseph Segal;
    vice presidents. Mrs. Ethel Gerson,
    Mrs. Leon Manheimer, Mrs. Mel-
    vyne Sommers, Mrs. Maury Young;
    treasurers. Mrs. Michael Bright.
    Mrs. A. Jay Cristol; recording
    secretary, Mrs. Ardelle Levitt; fin-
    ancial secretaries, Mrs. Sheila Mar-
    kell. Mrs. Lill Biasberg; corres-
    ponding secretaries; Mrs. George
    Block, Mrs. Harold Brooks; social
    secretaries. Mrs. Jerome Sugar-
    man, Mrs. Martin Wexler.
    The annual presentation of
    awards will be made by Mrs.
    Frances Linn. Chairman of the day-
    is Mrs. Abe Schonfeld.
    Mrs. Hamerschlag to Israel
    Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, 738
    51st bt.i Miami Beach, has gone to
    Israel to participate in the annual: salem.
    meeting of the board of governors,
    the international governing bodf
    of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
    &
    Jjar Contm.ed from Preceding Page
    ti in In Kenneth's honor was held
    at thi Balmoral Hotel Saturday
    evening
    Shell
    Taubei
    Shelly Tauber
    laughter of Mrs. Esther
    will observe her Bas
    litzvar. at Friday night services.
    at Congregation Ahavat
    Shalorr Mrs Tauber will host the
    Oneg Shabbat in honor of the Bar
    Mitzval
    Southern Bell
    Pays Record Tax
    Southern Bell Telephone and
    Telegraph Company paid a record
    ! $2,764,325 in utility taxes to Flor-
    1 ida this year.
    The new record is more than
    1 three times the amount Southern
    Bell paid in utility taxes in 1955.
    Over the past ten years, Southern
    Bell has paid more than $19,900,000
    in utility taxes to Florida.
    John Partin, special representi-
    I tive for Southern Bell, presented
    1 the check to Governor Hayden
    | Burns and Ed Straughn, Florida
    I revenue commissioner.
    The check was part of an $18,-
    935,000 tax bill paid by Southern
    Bell to Florida, its municipalities
    . and counties for 1965, exclusive
    of any municipal excise taxes, and
    of any income, social security and
    excise tax payments to the Federal
    ; government.
    MRS. MORRIS GIDNtY
    Film Premier
    To Aid Hospital
    The Miami premier of "Rap-
    ture" will be sponsored by the
    Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity
    Auxiliary on Apr. 13 at the Park-
    way Theater, a benefit for Variety
    Children's Hospital.
    Proceeds will be used to equip a
    dental operating room at the hos-
    pital, according to Mrs. William E.
    Silver, chairman.
    Reservation chairman is Mrs.
    Morton Reiss.
    Our Ql ALIT\ is
    in the NEGATIVE
    The PROOF i,
    in the POSITIVE
    i'.-nection is olwuy s expt l.-.ve .
    established 3 Portrait prices iwith .'soc-
    r.' irig any o( the i(ual -: e Ford,
    h sler or Codiliac bjd^et. ol I ^m the
    so:. e high qua lit. (legal ti Id like
    !; ave >ou vis1' the E. AIU er Stu-
    a. ani let us ho fityour
    reqjirements int- ;r,e disn. bracket
    from oo AI le r, Bee i v e so
    you too will ro, 'I'm liab .' "It's the jest I've e,ei seen'-'
    6. Mm 'Zed**
    y Road
    all foi your OppoJl '...*. I
    532-235]

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    7-l/p Kosher for Passover
    The Up Bottling Company an-
    inci hat 7-L'p will be Kosher
    i Pass ver under Rabbi Dr. Isaac
    Hirscri Ever.
    Tiny Tot And
    Student Seders
    A tiny tot Seder for pre-schoolers
    was to be held at Flagler-Granada
    Jewish Center on Thursday at 10
    a.m.
    On Sunday, at 10 a.m., students
    of the Sunday and Hebrew Schools
    will conduct the Center's annual
    model Passover Seder.

    H i i
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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    JE 1-5495 Miami Beach
    GREETINGS TO ALL
    WILSON ROOFING CO.
    2421 N.W. 27th AVENUE NE 3-3157
    I. T. WILSON, Owner
    BEST WISHES
    FOR A
    HAPPY PASSOVER
    HOLIDAY
    /. A. T.
    Company, Inc.
    Suitcraft for Town and Travel
    2621 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
    Ph. 633-3293
    CHARLES TUCKER
    ife*sLmerican Savings
    salutes Mrs. Jane Fisher and the
    Reader's
    ^ Digest
    for helping tell the Miami Beach story to Millions of Americans
    in the April issue of the Digest
    ?
    Mrs. Fisher writes about her late husband, Carl Fisher,
    founder of Miami Beach as "My Most Unforgettable Character."
    ?
    Jane Fisher captures the drama and romance of the founding of Miami Beach
    over 50 years ago, in telling of her dynamic husband, Carl Graham Fisher,
    Whose foresight, imagination and determination "carved a great city out of a jungle"
    as it proclaims on the statue honoring him.
    "dm...
    to meet Mrs. Fisher personally, April 1st thru 11th on business days
    at American Savings from 10 AM to 12 Noon and from 1 to 3 PM,
    and receive a personally autographed
    copy of the Reader's Digest story.
    .XasciFr
    Now is the ideal time to open an
    American Savings account.
    4Vi% current annual dividend rate,
    paid and compounded 4 times a year, j
    * Accounts opened by April 11th,
    earn dividends from April 1st.
    /"cr-fij/ed over 10/vT
    tain u iUmo ~ *-- ^^^__^_i^J966 only)
    merican Savings
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    1655 Washington Avenue, just north of Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach's All-American Corner
    SHEFARD BROAD, Chairman of tht Board MORRIS N. BROAD, Prtttdtut


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    man

    We
    the
    Women
    BITTY
    WOMAN OP THE WEEK
    Bitty (Mrs. William) Epstein was a tombov in her home
    town of loiedo. 0. lU'i- father wanted a boy, and lie did
    his best to see that she was one. She and her family were
    in Miami in 1026 during the hurricane and the crash. After
    her dad lost his money, he went hack to Toledo to recupe-
    rate Betty went to the University of Toledo on a scholar-
    ship in English. Not liking it. she gave up and switched to
    biolofjy. She then did laboratory
    vork for a group of doctors in a
    nodical laboratory.
    On Vom Kippur, she met her
    uture husband. Bill. Then. Donna
    .as born. Today Donna is now Mrs
    'ordan Altman with a baby. Jenine.
    our months old.
    But it was when Donna herself
    vas only six months old that her
    )addy was in the service and went
    tverseass Betty and Donna stayed in
    liami while he was gone and got
    and in their shoes. Betty did writ-
    ny under the pen name of Betty
    Sweet. She wrote and directed B'nai
    B'rith productions. In fact, she or-
    ganized the first B'nai B'rith Bowl
    ing League 13 years ago.
    Betty went through the ranks of Scouting with Donna.
    She did a lot of sewing. Then, all of a sudden, she bridled
    at her routine. Having it brought to her attention that there
    was need tor Braille teachers in Miami and that it couldn't
    be done, Betty decided to attempt the impossible. She sue
    ceeded As a lay leader Betty directs, trains and does much
    (f the Braille work in the National Council of Jewish
    en's program for the blind, not only in the Dade
    County public schools; but she also answers questions and
    gives assistance to all matters pertaining to Braille that
    arrive from throughout the United States and foreign
    countric s.
    r.ett\ received the Noteworthy Award from the National
    Braille Club, as well as a Gold Disc in recognition of her
    services from the coordinator of special education and all
    of the teachers of the visually-handicapped in the Dade
    County school system. The Braille Bindery Lihian incor-
    porates many illustrated Braille books made during Betty's
    regime Presently, she is concerned with illustrating text
    books. Once a year, her husband, who is a most meticulous
    person, goes into the bindery to rcevaluate and reorganize
    the mechanics there.
    Evedy year, the Epstein vacation starts with attending
    the annual conference of the National Braille Association
    in order for Betty to become acquainted with the newest
    methods. In truth. Betty Epstein is a wonderful example
    of a volunteer in today's world who cares for her fellow
    man.
    Now, her fellow man has once more decided to care
    for Betty. Last week, she was named woman "Outstanding
    Citizen of Dade County for 1965" at a luncheon meeting
    in the Dupont Plaza. Betty is truly that.
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    Unites Kennards
    The former Sema R. Grubervand
    Steven M. Kcnnard exchanged
    marital vows on Sunday. Mar. 27.
    at the Seville Hotel w here a recep-
    tion followed
    Pa rents of the nvwh weds are
    Mr. and Mrs. William Gruber,
    601 11th St., and Mr and Mrs.
    Herbert Kennard. 1815 Galleon St.
    For the wedding, the bride chose
    i floor length gown of chantilly
    e with full length train. Maid
    of honor was .loan Lebow. and
    Joslyn Lowendorf, Diane Flash-
    man, and Paula Simowiti served
    bridesmaids.
    Best man to the bridgegroom
    was Barry Kennard. with Lee
    Barchan. Lee Goldman and Skip
    Getelman as ushers
    New Mrs, Kennard is a graduate
    of Miami Senior High and Mt.
    Sinai School of Nursing. She is a
    member of Tau Alpha Omega.
    Her husband majored in en-
    gineering at Miami Dade Junior
    College and is now serving in the
    air force stationed at Homestead
    Air Force Base.
    The couple chose Nassau for
    their honeymoon.

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    Miss Marl en e Williams and
    Rf.bbi Arnold M. Richter were
    wed on Mar. 27 at Young Israel
    Ol Greater Miami, with Rabbi Slier
    win Stauber officiating,
    The bride-elect is the daugl ler
    if Mr. and Mrs. Al Williams. 171(11
    \K 14th Ave She attended the
    Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
    ii.d Bais Yaakov Teachers Semin
    and is currently a teacher
    ii the Israelite Center, Miami.
    Rabbi Richter is the son ol Mrs
    M irris Richter, lt)40 Euclid \vt
    M.d received his religious training
    u the Hebrew Theological College
    [e is education director of Young
    Israel.
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    MRS. STEVEN KENNARD
    Blooms Married
    In Temple Chapel
    On their return from a honey-
    moon in Jamaica, the former Phyl-
    lis Dee MechlowitZ and Sheldon
    Bloom will live In No. Miami.
    A reception at the Doral Beach
    Hotel followed their marriage on
    Saturday evening, Mar. 26. per-
    formed by Dr, Irving Lehrman in
    the chapel Ol Temple Emanu-EI.
    Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Her-
    man K. Mechlowitz. 45-15 Adams
    \-e the bride had her sister.
    Linda Bloom, as maid of honor.
    For the nuptiai- she chose a pure
    silk French brocade theatre suit
    hi white and camed a bible topped
    with orchids and lily-ol the i
    She i- a graduate oi Miami
    Beach Senior High and attended
    the University ol North Carolina
    The bridegroom had his brother,
    Leonard Bloom, as best man. They
    are the sons of Nathan Bloom. 1880
    NE 123rd SI and the late Mrs
    Rose Bloom.
    A raduate of Miami Beach Sen-
    ior High and Walsh Business
    School, Bloom is now a court re-
    porter.
    Waldman's Hires
    College Grads
    A policy u> jeeep up witn modem
    educational methods has been an-
    nounced by Sam Waldman. pros
    ident of the Waldman Family
    Hotels of Miami Beach.
    Waldman said that he is hiring
    "only college graduates as coun-
    selors in charge of children's ac
    tivities." The policy is new this
    year.
    Modern-day children are "more
    alert and sophisticated than chil
    dren ten years ago." he said. "To
    keep the child interested in our
    programs, counselors must possess
    a degree, preferably in psychol-
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    Friday. April 1. 1968
    *Jew isfi ncjrffdffon
    Socialite ... &u Ssabel (~*
    Page 11-B
    Continued from Page 1-B
    Zucca dedicated a song, to Pansy
    Flaum titled "Could Rowers but
    Speak.'' written when she was 11
    years old. The charming num-
    ber was also included in the pro-
    gram offered by Margaret But-
    terly, promising singer from
    Pheonix, Ariz., sponsored in her
    local debut by Mine. Mana-Zucca.
    Will it be a sing-for your-sup-
    per party? Or perhaps a
    scanvenger hunt? Boo and
    Stu Shapiro. Herm and Bobbi
    Pomerantz, whose homes arc
    back to back, confound the mys-
    tery with invitations for Saturday
    night which warn: Better Be On
    Time Or We Won't Be Here
    Seme Clues for You We Will Pre
    par.- You'll Earn Your Dinner
    Newlyweds In
    Mexico City
    Now honeymooning in Mexico
    1'ity, Rhoda Lcviton and Michael
    Hornstein were married on Satur-
    lay, Mar. 2(>. at the Balmoral
    Hotel A reception at the hotel fol-
    lowed the evening ceremony con
    lucted by Rabbi I.eon Kronish.
    Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sidney
    Leviton, 1265 NE 127th St., the
    ride chose a chantilly lace gown
    styled with a pearl neckline and
    carried a bible covered with lily-
    .il the valley. Attending the couple
    were Rhoda Mae Leviton and
    liobcrt Hornstein.
    A graduate of Jamaica High and
    Mandl Institute of Technology, new-
    Mis. Hornstein belonged to the
    Honor Drama Society in New York.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs Max Horn-
    stein, Brooklyn. N.Y.. the bride-
    groom is a graduate of Erasmus
    Hall and Brooklyn College of Phar-
    macy. His fraternity is Alpha Zela
    imega
    Hornstein and his bride will live
    .it 7904 W. Drive. V Bay Village.
    Before You're Done! !
    The entire last week of March
    required for the birthday takes.
    endless cards, wires, flowers, gifts
    and festivities extending good
    wishes to Mrs. S.idye Schoen. 75
    NW 120th St.. marking her 90th
    natal duj on the 24th. 1 he gala
    week started with a luncheon by
    Beth Moshe Sisterhood where she
    was presented with a Menorah
    pm. on Thursday, the octo-
    genarian was feted at a luncheon
    and card party hosted by Mrs.
    Shirley Woi thman. and on Friday
    evening, at the Beth Moshe Oneg
    Shabbat, she cut another birthday
    cake. .
    A catered 'wild on Sunday in
    the home ol son Morton Schoen
    was CO-hOSted by second son Si,I
    ne> and daughter Mrs. George
    , rove
    Shimm. Occasion scr ed ac a
    :"-nnd family reunion for some)
    relatives who hadn't ,ci
    nether lor many years. An: -ij
    the 35 party guests w i .1
    son. Kenneth Shi mm. ol
    York City; daughter. Mrs. I:. ina
    M'Her Ptamford, C< in.; and
    many nieces and nephews, in-
    cluding Sidney, Bernard and Mr.
    .... II '!....-
    . it.es Mr. and
    ..-. ar Fticdman, Mr. and
    .....iCiioell, .Mrs. Mitred
    - Maj Grossman and
    and Mrs. Morris licit/..
    while Plains, N.Y.. the hon-
    was mother ot her Eastern
    Chapter. In addition to
    membership in Beth Moshe
    Werner Kal
    MRS. MICHAEL HORNSTE'N
    Students Active In Temple Zo
    cv
    On .Monday evening, Temple ance. and an aceO:d:oni t will ac-
    lifereth Israel will hold its annual company group s.ng.ng
    'assover Seder in the social hall.
    Hebrew School stud Ms p i
    paling in the services include K r-
    labbj Henry li Wernick will ,.v K|ilu. Marsha Stern, Sup.de
    -ondnct the traditional observ- Temel and Faith La;>idu-
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    Vfta Exec Takes
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    \. Oilman, pre- em of Vita
    lets, New York, this week
    i o .need thai effective Apr. 30
    lesse C. i,on:!,mil vice president,
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    responsibiliti
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    president or Detect0 Scales.
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    Effective May I, according to
    Gilman, Jerry Rubin, previously
    Goodwin's assistant, will assume
    the responsibilities of merchandis-
    ing and marketing manager at
    Vita.
    Sam Levine will continue to
    handle the responsibilities of sales
    manager.
    Gilman said that Goodwin will
    continue to serve as a member of
    the board of directors of Vita
    Food Products, Inc.
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    Signing up for the Mt. Sini Hospital Auxiliary '"tour of Eu-
    rope" are (left) Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fcinberg. 4J47 Co.
    Ave., with chairman, Mrs. Murray Kern (seated), kind pre
    dent of the auxiliary, Mrs. Yale N. Levinson (standing).
    Mt. S.n^! Auxiliary Sponsors Tours
    Mcunl Sinai I' > ; ..! Auxiliary
    i- sponsoring a European tour for
    members and the immediate family
    of members starting Sept. 12 for
    24 days. The lour, according to
    Mrs. Rhoda Kern, chairman, has
    two alternate plans.
    Plan No. 1 is an all expense. 24-
    day, complete tour to France.
    Germany, Switzerland, Austria and
    Italy, with transportation from
    New York to New York. Guided
    sightseeing trips and excursions,
    all meals, hotel accommodations,
    tipping and taxes arc included in
    the package which will encompass
    the majoiity of the outstanding
    highlights of the countries to be
    \ isited.
    Plan No. 2 is a 24-day I ir
    which includes transportation fr m
    New York to Pan- and return, II
    overnight stay in Paris on arrii il
    and departure, breakfast and din-
    ner, and transfer to and from
    Paris airport on the days of arrival
    and departure.
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    recently-established Royal Sierra
    Leone Military Academy at Ben
    buema, it was disclosed here by
    informed sources.
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    Friday. April 1, 1966
    - '
    KIDNAPPER MAKES Kv tFFORT TO CONTACT GOLDMAN FAMILY
    No Word Yet from Missing Youth
    Daniel Goldman turned 18 on
    Tueda> But there wjre no birth-
    day partiejC no best wish?s. no
    songs i \er a candlelit cake wishing
    him well.
    The young Miami Bea^h High
    School senior was still missing
    from hia luxurious Surfaide home
    at 110188th St.. from which he
    was kidnapped early Monday
    morning.
    He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Aaron Goldman. His lath.-r. a bank
    director and contractor, and his
    mother sat and waited.
    A call from the kidnapper
    Monday made a demand for
    S25.CC 1' to be paid early Tuesday.
    But by Tuesday no ransam had
    been paid and no further word
    received as to pick-up time
    except that the ransom had now
    been hiked to 550,000.
    Family, relatives and by-stand
    ers committed to wait for word
    Tuesday night and Wednesday,
    and neither police, nor any of the
    principals, would say anything
    t'-out
    Iher
    in had risen as threatened.
    The look place in
    (he Goldman home at about 5 a.m.,
    londay. A '-unman entered
    through the unlocked screen patio.
    held the family at sun-point, and
    demanded SIO.OOO on the spot.
    Told by the youth s lather that
    there was only S100 in the house.
    , ut that he would write a check,
    the unman promptly gagged the
    Gcldmans. taped their hands be-
    .und their backs, setting knives at
    their wrists so that they shouldn't
    wriggle, and adbucted Daniel in
    I a 1982 Rambler with Florida and
    Bahamas license plates.
    Harvey Farr, Daniel's first
    cousin, found Daniel's car several
    blocks from the Goldman home
    early Monday afternoon in the
    parking lot of a bank.
    "We're praying, listening to re-
    ports on the radio.'" said a book-
    keeper in Aaron Goldman's office
    contact with the kidnapper, late Tuesday. Neither Mr. nor Mrs.
    than to corroborate that the Aaron Farr. noted Jewish com-
    munity leaders, would add any-
    thing further, other than what
    was already generally known.
    Mrs. Farr and Mrs. Goldman,
    the abducted youth's mother, are
    sisters.
    "It's so frustrating, for the
    'aniily.'" said Sharon Lloyd,
    Daniel's girl friend.
    The Farrs noted that "Danny
    is a bright, average student who
    was mainly interested in elec-
    tronics." A 40-ft. antenna on the
    Goldman home attests to his
    amateur radio activities.
    Coming from an Orthodox hack-
    ground. Daniel was Bar Mitzvah
    in Miami and also attended Hebrew
    school here.
    Meanwhile, there was mounting
    evidence that the kidnapper per-
    sonally knew the abducted youth's
    father and that a gnu..- was in.
    volved.
    He is reported to have told Mr.
    Goldman that "you dor.' remem-
    ber me, but you once beat me out
    of some money."
    The kidnapper was described ag
    heavy-set. about 5 ft. 8 In. tall.
    DANIU GOLDMAN
    'Cast a Giant Shadow1 Premiere Set Here for Apr. 7
    Premiere showing of "Cast a.
    Giant Shadow." the story of Col. I
    David (MickeyI Marcus, will take
    place Thursday. Apr. 7. 8:30 p.m.. |
    at the Coral Gables Theatre.
    Official arrangements for the
    premiere were made here last
    week at the offices of the Florida
    State Theatres, with Harry Botwick
    representing the motion picture;
    theatre chain, and representatives
    )( the Col. David Marcus Post,
    Jewish War Veteran*.
    Dr. Elton Gissendanner, former
    Mayer of North Miami, a promin-
    ent lay Baptist and war veteran,
    was named first honored sponsor
    of the Col. David Marcus Com-
    mittee. Dr. Gissendanner signed
    the contractual arrangements
    wi,h the theatre chain in behalf
    ofHhe Marcus Post 746.
    Cast of the film includes Kirk
    Douglas, Senta Berger. John
    Wayne. Yul Brynner. Frank Sina-
    tra, Luther Adler. Angie Dickinson,
    James Donald and Stahis Giallelis.
    In charge of reserved seating are
    j Harry Alan Sanders. Rassco Israel
    Corp.. 600 Lincoln Rd Miami
    1 Beach. Noah Shesel and Bob Rap-
    paport. It is anticipated that the
    widow of Col. Marcus will be pre-
    : sent at the premiere event.
    Florida Derby
    Features Many
    Exciting Events
    The most exciting eight hours in
    racing: That is what Gulfstream
    Park offers on Sat., when the $100,-
    000 Florida Derby will be run for
    : the 15 time.
    Aside from the fact that the race
    draws the top three-year-olds and
    often has pointed out the top con-
    tenders for the fear's honors.
    Derby Bay is something patrons
    long remember.
    Gates are opened at 10 o'clock
    on Derby morning, with the last
    , race expected to go shortly before
    6 o'clock, and in between the fans
    will have had a taste of many
    things.
    Gulfstream's Derby morning
    shows,have gained wide acclaim in
    the past with events ranging from
    races for Brahma bulls, camels,
    mules and ostriches to displays of
    horsemanship. This year the high-
    lights of the morning will be a race
    for buffalos ridden by jockeys and
    a second race for miniature horses,
    ridden by sons of jockeys.
    Music will begin at 11 a.m.. with
    the appearance of Mai Malkin's
    orchestra. At 11:25 a.m., a Color
    Guard of United States Marines
    will be on the scene, and ten min-
    utes later the University of Miami
    Band of the Hour under the direc-
    tion of Fred McCall will give its
    first performance.
    Starting at noon and throughout
    the afternoon. Burdine s will pre-
    sent a fashion show and at 12:45
    So. Africans Shout Insults
    CAPETOWN (WNS Anti-
    Semitic hoodlums, ostensibly in
    protest against the forthcoming
    talk at the Capetown I diversity
    of Sen. Robert F. Kenned;., of New
    Yofk, attacked and insulted a num-
    ber of Jewish university students,
    shouting anti-Semitic epithets and
    insults.
    All-American
    At Sky Lake Camp
    Ira Steinmetz. directo; .>f Sky-
    lake Camps, announced this week
    that Lennie Rosenbluth. three-time
    "All-American" in basketball at the
    University of North Carolina, will
    direct the athletic program at Sky-
    lake Camps this summer.
    Rosenbluth's responsibilities at
    >kylake Camps will entail "inspir-
    ing and helping to instil! "lie skills
    necessary to help youngsters de-
    velop an appreciation of and res-
    pect in the various athletic skills
    offered in a camp setting for b<>>s
    and girls 6 through 16."
    p.m., the famed Cypresi Garden
    water skiers will begin a per-
    formance which will be mtinued
    through the afternooi >etween
    races.
    The Malkin orchestra ind the
    University of Miami B.- i ui
    the direction of Fred M all
    serenade the fans all aftei ion : I
    ! there will be a Florida Dei Qu<
    in the fourth ran S
    Ceremony held at the offices of the Florida
    State Theaters for the signing of the premiere
    shewing of the film, "Cast a Giant Shadow,"
    shows (left to right) Jack Berman. of Holly-
    wood, Fla., state commander of the Jewish
    War Veterans, Department of Florida; Bob
    Rappaport, of Miami; Noah Shesel, Miami,
    second junior vice commander of JWV, De-
    ocrt of Florida; Ainslee Ferdie, of Coral
    Gables, former department commander; Dr.
    Elton Gissendanner, former Mayor of North
    Miami; Harry Botwick, representing Florida's
    State Theaters; Harry Alan Sanders, execu-
    tive director of Rassco Israel Corp,, who help-
    ed organize the showing of the film; and
    Henry Gilbert, Miami. Not shown is Daniel
    N. Heller, former national commander of JWV.
    Tclner Social Club held its annual banguet
    Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
    where club leaders were presented with certi-
    ficates from the Zionist Organization of Amer-
    ica in recognition of their contributions to the
    Kfar Silver Agricultural Training Institute
    maintained bv the ZOA in Israel. Each year
    the Tolner Club, composed of former resi-
    dents of the city of Tolna in the Ukraine,
    re ises a S750 scholarship for a needy stu-
    dent at Kfar Silver, and additional monies for
    the Israel projects. Left to right are (seated)
    David Goodman, of Miami Beach and Tor-
    onto, and Mr. and Mrs. Myer Sigal, who were
    honored on their Golden Wedding. Standing
    (left to right) are Sarah Goodman, Sam Rap-
    paport, president cf the Tolner Club, Sarah
    Raboy. Gil Rappaport, Fay Ruddy, Sidney
    Raymond, a member of the National Execu-
    tive Committee of ZOA, and Mr. and Mrs.
    Abe Zallen, all of Miami Beach. Not pictured
    is Mrs. Dorothy Silver.
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    Friday, April 1. 1966
    fJmlsti Ffaricfiiihun
    Page 13-B
    I
    I
    1 lie i'-rond section of Point East, the all-water-
    front condominium community, between 175th
    and 180th Sts., off Biscayne Blvd.. has just
    beerSopened for sales. More than 53,500,000
    in sales have been recorded a! Point East
    since Jan. 9, a record-breaking total in Florida
    in so sr.ort a period. The second section, model
    of which is pictured here, consists of 312 units,
    and will be ready for occupancy next Decem-
    ber. The first section, also 312 units, will be
    ready for occupancy in Septembsr of this
    year, along with the S300.000 Health Pavilion
    and Spa, and S500.000 Recreation Center,
    largest in Florida.
    Record Sales at Point East Community
    Features All Comforts for Fla. Living
    Sales have now reached a record
    s:;.500.000 at Point East Apart-'
    merits, the all-waterfront condom-
    inium ." 177tli St., off Biscayne
    Blvd
    only in operation since Jan. 9.!
    Point East has already opened a;
    second section with 312 units, and
    4 0hav teen sold in less than two
    -
    " r.ast features maximum
    privacy and a natural waterfront
    i-iow on all sides, a health pavilion
    and spa. with every rest-
    lent of Point East having avail-
    able a prescribed physical fitness
    program custom-designed for his
    or her needs by a full-time medi-
    cal director and a trained staff, as
    well as a large recreation center.
    Builders of Point East. Leonard
    Schreiber, Leonard Pearl. Marcos
    Dr. Lehrman Airs Best-Sellers
    For the second book review of
    tin 1965-66 season, sponsored joint
    l by the Sisterhood ana Parent-
    Teachers Association of Temple
    Emanu-El. held Wednesday at the
    Temp',. North Branch Auditor-
    Dr Irving Lehrman reviewed
    Teen-dgers Out for Kicks
    VINKI.AND. N J.-(JTA) Two
    teen-age girls were arrested here
    on charges of overturning and de-
    I icing tombstones in a Jewish
    cemetery here.
    the current best seller. "The Rab-
    bi," by Noah Gordon.
    Co-chairmen of the series are
    Mrs. Philip Thau and Mrs. Howard
    'rumer. Committee members in-
    clude:
    Mesdames Harry Brick, Jack
    Fox, Henry Gewitz. Esther and
    Lillian Goodman. Norman Gorson,
    Ira Hader. Anna Hager, Louis
    Hauser. Sol Irving. Sylvia Kurland,
    Herman Laks. Albert I.aufer. Isi-
    dore I.orber. Harry Protzel, Theo-
    dore Struhl and Sam Wiesen.
    Final book review will be held
    Wednesday. Apr. 27. at 10 a.m.
    'rusendheit, and Sidney Gorden.
    point to Point East's five olymnic-
    sized pools, beaches, two fishing
    piers, two-mile boardwalk, shuffle-
    loard courts, shopping center,
    howling alleys, and 1.200 scat audi-
    torium.
    The apartments are all-electric,
    including ranues. dishwashers, re-
    frigerators, and individual central
    air-conditioning and heating. Each
    apartment comes with wall-to-wall
    carpeting. There are four different
    types of layouts, ranging from
    one-bedroom one-bath to two-bed-
    room two-bath.
    Point East will consist of more
    than 1.400 units when completed.
    The first apartment will be ready
    tor occupancy in the fall of this
    iear.
    Point East is situated only five!
    minutes from the 163rd St. Shop-
    ping Center.
    Now. your money con corn 4 Va % per year And, you
    receive a monthly interest income check moiled automatically
    by Bonk of Miami Beach With o Monthly Income Certificate of
    Deposit, your interest check is mailed monthly on the anniversary
    date of your certificate No need to visit the bank eoch month
    Monthly Income Certificates of Deposit start at $2,000.and
    must be held for a minimum of six months. Each account is
    insured up to $10,000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
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    ;
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    OFFICERS
    Willard '.' Ware President
    M. E. Stephens Vice President
    C. S. O'Toole Vice President
    Willis G. Van Devere Assistant Cashier
    Fdward M. Null Assistant Cashier
    Clyde F. Ashcom Assistant Cashier
    BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
    UNIVERSAL FIRE ARMS CORP.
    3746 E. 10th COURT HIAIEAH
    Phone OX 6-0950
    Richard to be Speaker
    "It's a Crazy Mixed-L'p World."
    an analysis of the socio-economic i
    dilemmas of the day, will be the
    theme of a talk by Councilman
    Melvin J. Richard before the Peo-j
    pie Speak Town Hall Forums on |
    Friday. 8 p.m.. in Washington Fed-1
    eral, 1234 Washington Ave. Chaim
    Rose will serve as chairman and
    discussion follows.
    BEST WISHES FQR A HAPPY PASSOVER
    MELWMNE HARMEXT. i\C.
    2451 N.W. 5th AVENUE Ph. 633-8318
    SIMONE WINE, President
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    335 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. 635-9497
    JAMES PINNA RICHARD SALOMON
    JENMDA OF
    MIAMI, tNC
    Extonds to All Their
    Frienrte and Customers
    A HAPPY PASSOVER
    2500 N W. 5th AVENUE
    Pho-e 635-3839
    Samuel Sommers (Pres.)
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    To Our Friends end Clients
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    BERNIE BERNSTEIN, District Sales Manager
    A HAFPY PASSOVER
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    Miami Beach J5 1-1195
    We are closer to you tha' think!
    No heavy downtown tra No
    Drive across Julia Tu*t!e (36 St I Causeway.
    Consultant John E. Lenard. V.P.
    HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
    MONTGOMERY ELEVATOR CO.
    180 N.W. 62nd STREET MIAMI. FLA.
    Phone 758-2517
    To Many Of Our Friends
    SEASONS GREETINGS FROM
    Sheehan Buick
    South Florida's Largest Buick Dealer
    Bernard Berkow, General Sales Manager
    2301 S.W. 8th Street 444-1661
    Miami, Florida


    FnqeH-B
    vJenisti florMkun
    Friday. April 1. 1966
    B'nai Sholom Sets
    Groundbreaking
    iroundbreaking ceremony for
    new Temple IVnai Sholom
    si nctuary and reMgioua school will
    hold al 2 p m.. on Sunday, at
    \\V 199th si.
    National, county and local dign-
    itaries will extend greetings to the
    rogation.
    Co-chairmen oJ the groundbreak-
    committee are Artie KravitZ,
    V iUiam Weintraub and Rabbi S.
    \ ,.\ Machtei.
    Invocation will be given by Rab-
    bi Jonoh Caplan and the benedie-
    is by Dr Max A. Lipschit/.
    Viet Nam Hero
    Gets Citations
    Posthumously
    resentation of the Purple Heart
    Modal and First through Fifth
    i ,k Leaf Clusters was made
    .mi honor of Spe-
    ialist 4 Lee K
    tosenwasser in
    lilitary c e r e -
    jnonies at the U.S.
    I'.rmy |{ eserve
    "raining Center.
    ['1700 NE 27th
    I \ve.. on Sunday
    I iflernoon.
    The posthumus
    iresentation was
    "made to the
    IK young North
    Miami lieach patriot killed in spe-
    cially hazardous duty in Viet Nam
    n ccntlj.
    In addition to these citations,
    tire late Rosenwasser held the
    Air Medal and Vietnamese Cross
    tor Gallantry presented to him
    shortly before his death.
    Lee was the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Nathan Rosenwasser. 650 NE 178th
    St.. North Miami Bcaeh.
    Commander of the 197th Heli-
    copter Co. in Viet Nam sent the
    Rosenwassers a plaque stating that
    their son logued 283 missions in
    209 flying hours
    The Rosenwassers said that this
    information astonished them in
    ii-fit of the fact that -Lee wrote
    frequently and always said he was
    well 'and no complaints as usual.' "
    Successful Stephen S. Wise tribute meeting last Thursday
    evening is discussed by deft to right) Stanley H. Lowell, Mrs.
    Irving B. Kaplan, Mrs Esther Gureasko and Bernard S. Man-
    dler. Lowell is a national vice president nf American Jewish
    Congress. Mrs. Gureasko is United Nations observer for the
    National Women's Division of Congress. Mandler, who was
    chairman for the tribute, is chairman of the Commission on
    Law and Social Action of the South Floirda Council.
    Winners Named In Oratory Contest
    Robert S Tanenbaum. of .1685
    S\V 21st St.. a student at Ponce
    de Leon Junior High School, was
    the winner of the Coral Gables
    Optimist Club Oratorical Contest
    held Mar. 24 at the Airliner Motel,
    according to club president. Mort
    ! Low.
    Judges for the contest were
    Herbert Savage, architect and
    member of the Dade County Urban
    Renewal Agency. Eugene Balstraz.
    vice president of Frank C. Brown
    and Co.. management consultants,
    and John Red Lake. Judge of the
    Civil Court of Record, Dade Coun-
    ty.
    Second place winner was Lee
    Cohen, student at Kinloch Park
    Junior High: third place. Donald
    Jr.mes Tilson. of Miami High,
    fourth place. Clifford Dubbin, of
    South Miami Junior High.
    Other participants were Arthur
    Carson. Philip Haness. John Paul
    Laskis. Bruce Starin and Gary
    Strul. of Kinloch Park Junior High
    School, and Philip Smith, of South
    Miami Junior High.
    The winner will compete in the
    zone contest on Apr. 14. according
    to chairman. Ainslee R. Ferdie.
    BEST WISHES TO ALL
    For a
    Very Happy Passover
    Westchester National
    Bank of Dade County
    8585 CORAL WAY
    MIAMI

    MR. & MRS. MAURICE TUCKER
    and
    MR. AL RUSKA, Manager
    Caribbean Hotel
    ON THE OCEAN & 37th STREET
    and their families extend best wishes
    FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
    Reinhards Give
    New Ambulance
    To Magen David
    Mr. and Mrs. Saniuei Reinhard.
    4180 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach,
    h;;ve donated an ambulance to
    Magen David Adorn, the Israel Red
    Cross service, the organization re-
    \ Reinhard. one of the founders
    and first vice president of the He-
    brew Academy of Greater Miami,
    is also actively associated with
    Yeshiva University in New York,
    and is a member of the board of
    governors of the Israel Bond Or-
    ganization.
    Congressman Emanuel Celler.
    national chairman for the Ameri-
    can Red Magen David for Israel,
    said that Magen David Adorn has
    requested 25 new ambulances.
    "and this is a pleasant way to start
    their ambulance effort."
    Reinhard. a supporter of the
    Poneviezer Yeshiva in Bnai Brak
    is also active in Boy's Town in Je-
    nisalem.
    Golf is the name of the game,
    and Art Bruns, of Miami
    Springs Villas, says he'd
    rather play it than any other
    game. Bruns manages to find
    an odd moment during the
    day to get in some practice
    swings on the spacious Villas
    grounds.
    Happy Passover and Best Wishes to All
    HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
    540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
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    iday. April 1, 1966
    vJemsti Fhirudiaun
    loted Columnist
    ,ycmey J. Harris
    ,t Temple Judea
    i Harris, widely-read
    writer whose syndi-
    I pi lumn appears locally in
    |K. Miami Herald, will speak at
    emple Judea on Thursday, Apr.
    ! p.m. Hi' "ill discuss "The
    I Values in an Affluent
    I i
    Am .mlouraph and 'meet the
    luthor" reception will precede the
    [ n at 7:30 p.m.
    Ii. :- was born in London, in
    |9IT. and came to the United
    stall al age oi live with his
    I
    While still in high school, Har-
    ris started newspaper work as
    a copyboy, attending school by
    day and working at night. His
    first job was on the old Chicago
    Herald and. Examiner, where he
    continued to work while attend-
    ing the University of Chicago as
    a philosophy major.
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    in Ituxlm nidi I I
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    Jersey You,,, Republican commit- ^Z !L>" d^i^'.?
    tec. investigating charges of anti- ln
    c ... l COMBINED .IKWISH U'l'EAL
    M'liutisin and racial bigotry Hi H i Bl a. Miami Intends tri'
    against the organization's Hat '''"'.'.....'" ,w'th "" '':"'u ml ,n N.E I
    U*; conservative group, adjourn- i ^ ", '....... <"* '
    ed its hearings here until the ,, U wu V',.,vl b, v- Dude County, Klm-lda.
    Young Republican National Fede- "'"l>" M-'"-'-AI ",'>. M^i'iX'^i-^ii'.n?-S ..........'
    ration agrees to cooperate in the
    probe
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is 111.i:i:i:v GIVEN that ;
    Hi. uiidernlgned, ilfKlrlim t cngajre
    in hiiHlneK* under the flctitlouK name*
    I' I'NITED RENT-ALLS al Sj!l ''a-:
    -''. Strei I, In the City of Hlalenh,
    Kloi Ida intends In i etflPti r
    n i rue iih the i 'U i k < the Cli ll
    Attorne) for hir' Hill
    Suite 202, 2313 S \V l.i Ji um
    Coral labli V loi Ida
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    SYDNEY J. HARRIS
    Literature Ferguson Award for
    the best column, and others.
    He is the author of four books.
    After a year as editor and pub- "Strictly Personal," Majority of
    pi.shir oi hi.- own magazine. "The One.'' "Last Things First," and
    Beacon," a news-and-opion jour- "On the Contrary." He is a mem-
    nal for the midwest, Harris joined; ber of Sigma Delta Chi, national
    the staff of an encyclopedia coin-1 journalism fraternity, is on the
    parry as an associate editor.
    kai.ki:. Calvin ii isi, of 170 s\v
    -l-i ltd., died Mar, 26. A Miami
    etddelll fi p |hi< i ; -1 ::. v. nrn, he
    was h wholesale produce mer-
    ehanl. II, was .1 Mason, >, em -
    Iht of 1.mi. 1 arm II I ...h-. 223.
    ilo Mahl Shrine and the Hcottlah
    Idle. He nan a lneinli< 1 .> I in
    David Synagogue. Surviving are
    his w .I.-* 1 101111ii, three -..ns,
    Leonard, Itonald und I tin id Kalei :
    .1 daUKhler, ,Mrn Henee l.,\ ite;
    a broth* r Sam S Iver: a sister
    Mm I ".-. 1 lii,. si.i.liin. mill -lv
    grandchildren Servlcea were held
    .lar. .1, al i........11 Memoilal ll<>me
    with Interment in Ml. .mil. 1 .....-
    t.ty.
    COLDFEIN, Jacob. 83, ..i ::'.i Meri-
    dian A\, died Mar. .;. .-. n In
    New ii,. N .1 RJvendde.
    ROLAND. I'i Paul s.. 63, ,.f 117:,
    SStlt St., died .Mar 20. Servlcea in
    New Yvrk. Rivcmlde
    DeCEUSTER. Sylvia, < 2*2 NIC ::4tli
    St., died Mar. 24. Klv. rsldc. Tll
    board of the Associates for the In- dokelsky, 1:.,-., us, of 2240 NB Hnvln
    .1-1 St., died Mar. 24. i:i\,- i*.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    1 ourl Dad* Oounty, Rtorlda Dated MORTON URUWNK
    :u Mam:. Florida, thin -'- day of I'l.iintlff
    Man h, 1966 > ,
    JOHN M, WEISSIN(3Klt MARIANNE HORDi >N BROWNE
    1 l-S-IS-22 11. randan!
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    in hiisln.s* under the fletltlouM BROWNE me herebj notified lhal
    nan., of PERSONAL CREDIT SEH- Kill of Complaint r. r Aiintl
    \ICk. at R2.-.I S.W. l'.ih Tirrace, Ml-1 haa been filed anin*l rou, and >
    ami. Florida, int.-mis to reslater kkId I are required to -,.,>,. n ii.ih ..-
    name with the < "l.-i-U of the Circuit Anawer ,.i- Plcadlnu to lite Itll'l
    Coi.....f Dade County. Florida Complaint on the plaintiff's Aunt
    HARRY I FRIEND ey, HARRY STBINBERiS. \23 Mil
    I I I-S-I3-22I (Iodfre> Road, Miami Beach, Klorli
    -------------------------------------------------- ami fil,- ill,- 1 rlRlnal Amn 1 1.1 1 Ii
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT |na in the olfle..... I lie Clerk of I
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, Circuit Court on ..r lie/mv Hie
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 69956-A
    11 UK Eatute of
    NORMA /.. KENT
    I leecRKed.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    All Credit 1 i-s ami All I ismis
    r Dcnianda ArhIiisi
    lie join,,! the staff 01 the Chic- s,i,u,c ^ Psychoanalysis in Clue- oillman: itith m&.".RinSi*,Hi ^Y'.'^Tre^hcrei.......r.ed ,.,' ,,-
    Igo Dailj News in 1941, as a re- a*; aml ls a tn,s,ce ,)f ,he ^ancis -|vand.. Ave., died Mar. 24, River- !,.,i ,,-,, .,, Idalnia and de-
    feature writer. Three W Ptket School. He has lectured GOld
    porter and feature writer. Three "'"' -"""i. n nw usciureti goloberg. Fannie, ;:,. of n*\ Ry- ",';'." 1, "..' WW-i"" V" kkvt ".'r'
    years later, in 1044. he i)0uan at dozens of colleges and umver- p_<.. died Matv si Kiveralde ecan.-d late f ih.de CounJy-!^mZ
    his daily column on the editorial sl,,cs in ,he US- and t-anada. s" dii Mar! m!' tt? '" '" "".'.-.'""> "'""
    GOLDSMITH, Dora, K3U3 Colli'iia Ave
    'Ii, il Mar. 21. Gordon.
    Dr. David Seitlin. chairman of
    page, "Strictly Personal." which
    distributed to some 100 Temple Judea's cultural
    newspapers throughout the U.S.. said "Harris sold out last j
    and Latin America. is scheduled again by popular
    '!v Harris became drama mand."
    the Chicago Daily News,
    he still holds In 1946. he
    was ap linted an instructor in
    B niks ai the University
    downtown college He
    original faculty for tour
    - ii the Aspen Institute for
    H lii si tidies.
    Described by Time Magazine
    as "the most-quoted newsman in
    Chicago," Harris has won a num-
    diiy of April. Una; Ii vqii i;,ii i.,
    '*', judgment I.v ,1. Vault Ivil
    atalnst yon r,,r the relief demond
    in I he I'.lll ..I" Ciimtil ini
    'this nnthv -hall h> pul.11- I .,
    aill eek fur |,,ir >|MrilIl.
    in Th- .le\vih I-l..i'i.li*rt
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    Florida, this Huh fla\ of Manh A i
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    ry. and file Hi,- mime in duplicate and 2R Arthur I half rev Road
    im provided in Section t::; ii'.. Florida Ml.....I Head Florida
    linen, in th.ir .;... n th, i-.,mi- Attorney foi i'luintltf
    Temple Judea
    Schedules Seder
    A congregational Seder will be
    held at Temple Judea of Coral Ga-
    bles on Tuesday at B:30 p m. A
    complete catered dinner will be
    served.
    Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, of the
    I series, Robin. ,,; v, ,,r loa, c.m.na Ave., iy't'-on^houHe"K 'W&WySvSZ
    year and \ y ,-,, Vi ''""''" "' rnx, lH u-lthln h!> mlendar iiionthH from
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    St., died Mar. 1:1 llivi rs di
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    A' died Mar 12 UP .
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    ;.'," ,:'"-v Ave., di.-.I Mar. 12 Rivi i
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COORr
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV
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    ^Jewish Floridian
    Miami, Florida, Friday, April 1. 1966
    Section C
    . i0^d by P/,3^oA,
    B\ P..;. Gm:.. Don from "Tht B:bl< 1.....: ::.: 1886.
    BEHIND THE FOUR CUPS OF WINE DRUNK AT THE SEDER
    Ritual That 'Maketh Glad the Heart of Man'
    By JACOB L. CHERNOFSKY
    yyHiLE nearly all festive occa-
    - in Jewish life have tra-
    lionally featured wine as part
    ! ritual observance. Pass-
    particularly marked by its
    lion with the ancient bcv-
    which, the Scriptures tell
    us heereth God and man."
    Alongside the matzoh, bitter
    wrbs and other elements of the
    Passover ritual plate, wine serves
    backbone of the seder with
    each of the traditional Four Cups
    marking the different
    Of the observance of the
    "rst two nights.
    s" important is the wine in
    ;u Seder, that it is one of the
    *W ritual observances required
    ' every Jewish man, woman and
    Wild Down through the ages,
    Tj-*18" communities throughout
    jne world have always sought
    .'.rrLVlt,e wine ,0 a" families,
    *"n the needs of even the most
    indigent a m o n g Jews, alweys
    cared for.
    Various explanations have been
    put forward for the use of four
    cups of wine in the seder. One
    sage of the Talmud suggests that
    the four cups mark the four dec-
    larations of redemption in the
    Biblical account of the Exodus in
    which God pledges the freedom
    of the Hebrew nation. Another
    sage attributes the use of four
    cups to the four instances that
    cups of wine are mentioned in
    the Biblical account of Joseph's
    interpretation of the dream of
    Pharaoh's cup-bearer. A third in-
    terpretation says that the four
    seder cups are reminders of the
    four ancient kingdoms which
    kept Israel in servitude Chal-
    dea. Medea, Greece and Rome.
    Additional Cup
    The additional cup of wine
    placed on the seder table after
    the festive meal, and popularly
    known as the Cup of Elijah, is
    merely a fifth cup added to the
    ritual in deference to another rab-
    binical opinion which notes a
    fifth declaration in the Scriptures
    in which God pledges to bring
    Israel into the Promised Land.
    This cup gets its name from the
    fact that it was left to Elijah in
    Messianic days to solve the ques-
    tion of whether four or five cups
    are to be used on Passover.
    While Passover is the prime
    example of the ritual use of wine
    in festival observance, the con-
    sumption of the beverage for
    pleasure and satisfaction has
    been recognized in Jewish life
    from earliest antiquity. Unlike
    some civilizations which condemn
    the use of intoxicating liquors,
    and others which have regarded
    wine from a purely hedonistic
    point of view. Judaism considers
    imbibing in moderation as a good
    thing.
    The Scriptures toll us that
    "wine maketh glad the heart of
    man" and moderation is advo-
    cated in preference to abstinence.
    Jewish life in Biblical times gen-
    erally accepted wine on a broad
    scale with much of the gusto and
    cheer of a modern British pub. In
    one of Isaiah's dire warnings, the
    Prophet declared that "Amidst
    singing shall they no more drink
    wine."
    Intellectual Prowess
    Neither was excessive drinking
    unknown in Biblical Palestine as
    evidenced by another of Isaiah's
    admonitions of "Woe to the
    crown of pride, of the drunkards
    of Ephraim."
    Talmudic sources are rich in
    comments on the effects of wine-
    drinking on the life of the Jew.
    Here also, the consensus was that
    wine was generally a good thing
    when used in moderation Thai
    Ihi-. was part of the general
    thinking of the time is shown by
    the fact thai the Torah, Jerusa-
    lem. Israel, the Messiah and the
    righteous are all compared meta-
    phorically to wine.
    Keenly aware of the dangers
    and consequences of overindul-
    gence in intoxicating beverages,
    the rabbis clearly recognized the
    fact that it was not the drink
    itself but the man that was the
    determining factor. Commenting
    on the effects of wine, the Tal-
    mudic sage Raba says that if a
    man '"is meritorious, it makes
    him happy, if not. it makes him
    desolate." Speaking of his own
    personal experience, Raba felt
    that wine was responsible for his
    intellectual prowess.
    There was also much discus-
    Continued on P9 2-C


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    The Festival of Pass-
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    Four Cups
    Of Elijah
    Continued from Page 1-C
    sion among Talmudic scholars of
    the medicinal effects of wine.
    "Wine is the greatest of all med-
    icines." declares one sage.
    "Where wine is lacking, there
    drugs are necessary-" Other Tal-
    mudic opinions claimed that wine
    promotes the appetite and that
    the beverage "helps to open the
    heart to reasoning."
    Not all of the ancient rabbin-
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    wine were strictly empirical. One
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    Friday. April 1. 1966
    * Jewish norldlatr
    count of some original research
    on the matter. He toM of his ob-
    servations while he was frequent
    |\ pnf.'afied in burial chores and
    he had an opportunity to note
    the effects on the body of the
    known drinking habits of the de-
    ceased.
    The drinking habits of the
    ..., jcs 11< mselves varied. Many
    said they were easily affected by
    lIn- liqiK.r with Rabbi Judah not-
    ing that, while he imbibed only
    for religious ceremonies, the
    [our seder cups affected him for
    weeks alter Possover.
    Even the phenomenon of the
    hangover is given considerable
    attention in the Talmud. One
    Talmudic saying declares that
    Wine is strong, but sleep breaks
    it- force." Another Talmudic
    Miurce ecofflTnends either steep"
    or ;i long walk lo chase the after
    effects Another remedy sug-
    gests nibbing the hands and feet
    with i and salt.
    An Ample Supply
    With the advent of the post-
    tudic period. Jewish leaders
    focused their attention on the
    ritual needs for wine. Besides
    Ihe ceremonial use of
    wine includes kiddush on all fes-
    tivals ;nid the Sabbath, the re
    cital oi the Hawlalah service at
    the conclusion of every Sabbath.
    weddings and other joyous occa-
    -
    Living in a Gentile world, the
    Jew's need for wine was compli-
    cated by the requirement thai
    Ihe b> range be kosher, not only
    Page'3-C
    The Kiddush
    The head of the house recites
    the blessing and the wine is
    (sanctification) taken in thanks for Gd's* good-
    Over the wine '"""" ;""' bounty. During the
    . Seder ritual, everyone at the
    IS recited ta\,\e partakes of 4 caps of wine
    lo mark G-d's four-fold promise
    of Israel's redemption from
    Egypt, as recounted ia the Book
    of Exodus.
    in the usual sense of the term
    that it be free of prohibited in-
    gredients but there was the
    additional requirement that ko-
    sher wine be produced exclu-
    sively by .lew s
    In view of the importance of
    wine for ritual observance, the
    Jewish communities began very
    early to regulate the wine trade
    Even more attention was paid to
    wine production and trade by
    Jewish communities in the Medi-
    terranean lands where the liquor
    was generally important in social
    and economic life.
    Some Jewish communities in
    fifteenth century Castile even
    provided for special t a v e r n s
    where kosher wine could be
    available to Jewish travelers. In
    many Spanish communities, the
    .1 e w s even regulated prices,
    quality and profits in the wine
    trade to ensure a fair distribu-
    tion.
    The vital nature of the wine
    trade to Jewish communal life
    is further shown by the fact that
    m a n y Jewish communities im-
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