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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 21, 1967

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 21, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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clewish FloridLian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number 15
Miami, Florida. Friday. April 21. 1967
Five Sections- Price SIX!
CORDIAL PASSOVER GREETINGS
IN BEHALF OF SOVIET JEWS

Reds Given
Passover Eve
U.S. Appeal
By Special Report
NEW YORKMorris B. Abram,
president of the American Jewish
Committee, this week called on the
i Union to implement posi-
tive!) the promise of Premier
Alexei Kosygin to allow Jews
there to rejoin their families in
other countries.
Id ;i Passover message, Abram
alluded to the statement of the
Soviet leader last December dur-
ing his visit to Pans, that Rus
sian .low- would be free to emi-
grate to countries of their eh< ic<
Abram added that "while this
promise in Paris was welcomed
by men of good will and was
even published in the Soviet
press, we have yet to see any
positive implementation of his
words In fact, local authorities
seem to be have blocked many
applicants, thus preventing the
deed from following the pro-
mis*."
Ri calling that the Ai
Jewish Committee had pro!
on many occasions against dis-
criminatory practices infl
upon Soviet J< wry. Abram l
on American Jews to praj
the aroused conscien< e of mankind
will bear some weight with the
Soviet leaders, and that all who
wish to maintain their traditions
in their own ways within the I 5SR
will not be prevented trom : i i
tictag ami expressing their
- and cultural identity
The text ol Mr, Abram's
follows:
"The Passover holidaj hich
Continued on Page 14-A
Armed Services Plan
Seders Across Globe
I'assover will be ushered in at Seder services biation of the Exodus from Egypt. Passover
>n Monday evening. Patients at the National continues with a second Seder on Tuesday
Vwish Hospital in Denver. Colo., will also be evening. (See Page 2-A).
marking the ancient Festival of Fredom in cele-_______________________
SEN. CLARK URGES PRESSURE TO AID REFUGEES
Study Hits Nasser and Israel
AT BIENNIAL
XCJW Meet
Hears Variety
Of Motions
ATLANTA (JTA) The Na-
al Council of Jewish Women
i the Soviet Union this week
permit its Jewish citizens the
e freedom accorded other na
iicnaiif.es to practice, enhanc<
peroetuate their culture and
ri ligion."
The t.ooo delegates of the Jew-
ish women's educational and serv
ice oruanization. meeting in bien-
nial convention, stated that "since
last year, token advances have
been "made in the Soviet Union."
They called on the Soviet Govern-
ment to "make available the In-
stitutions, schools, textbooks and
materials necessary to teach Jew-
ish children th> languages, history
and cultural practices of their pco-
Continued on Pag* 10-A
WASHINGTON iJTA) Sen
Joseph s Clark. Pennsylvania
Democrat, urged this week in a
report on a recent stud> mission
i the Middle East, that the tinted
Id "utilize diplomatic
s ire on I srael t" repatriate a
substantial number oi refu
u ha might be persuaded to return
i hen own villages inside Israel "
He submitted his report to the
S.....te Foreign Relations Commit-
He placed stress throughout on
the Arab refugee problem, pro
posing that the United Nation
break up the Arab refugee camps
gradually, paying to the Govern-
ment of Jordan a sufficient interna-
tional subsidy to move families on
to arable lands or Into communities
where employment opportunities
can be found in Jordan and else
when
Sen. Clark admitted that the
proposals had dangers for Israel
"and should be carried out grad
ually" but, he warned, "a con
tinuation of the present policy
may hold even greater dangers."
He said the refugees were in-
creasing in numbers and that the
camps were breeding hate and
trouble.
The Senator criticized both Presi-
Continued on Page 11-A
By Special Report
NEW YORK In celebrating
Passover in Viet Nam and at more
than 600 other overseas and
domestic military installations
throughout the world. 100.000 Jew-
ish servicemen and their depend-
ents will be marking the 50th an-
niversary of the National Jewish
Welfare Board (JWB) as the go>
eminent-accredited agency for re-
ligious, morale and welfare serv-
Icet to .lews in the I S. Armed
Forces.
Men stationed in the northern
part of the Republic of Viet Nam
will gather lor Passover at Da
Nang with Chaplain David B.
Salt/man The men from the cen-
tral section will gather in Nha
Trang With Chaplain Finest I)
Lapp, and from the southern sec
tion at the chapel Center m Sai-
gon, JWB's Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincj has reported
One of the highlights of JWB's
arrangements for Passover, which
begins this year at sundown
Monday, Apr. 24, will be the first
Seder ever to be conducted in
Thailand for Jewish men in uni-
form. Chaplain Clifford B. Mil-
ler, the first Jewish chaplain to
be assigned to that area, will of-
ficiate.
Jewish servicemen in Japan will
attend Seders conducted by Chap-
lain Seymour Moskowitl at Camp
Zama, by Chaplain David S. Gold
stein at Yokosuka Naval Mas,, and
by Chaplain R. Charles Herring at
Tachikawa Air Force Base
JWB Passover supplies will
h aircraft carriers of the "th
Fleet "pirating m the Western
Continued on Page S-A
New UN Envoy Visits Moscow
TEL AVIV (JTA) Ambas-
sador Gideon Raphael, who has
been named to succeed Ambassa-
dor Michael Comay as Israel's
permanent representative to tha
United Nations, will visit Moscow
prior to his arrival in New Vork
next month, it was reported here
thi- week.
According to the report, which
appeared in the daily Maariv,
Ambassador Raphael contacted
the Soviet Foreign Ministry and
asked whether the Ministry
would consider favorably a visit
by him, on an unofficial basis, to
Moscow for talks on regional
and international problems. He
also indicated he wanted to
make personal acquaintance
with the Soviet Foreign Minis-
try official* dealing with the
Middle East.
According to Maariv, the re-
sponse was positive. The Israeli
envoy will be the guetl of Israel
Ambassador Katnel Katz in MOS-
COW. It was not immediately learn
ed with which Soviet officials he
will meet. It was indicated that
Dimiiri ChuvakhiP the Soviet Am-
bassador to Israel, was instrumen
tal in achieving the Soviet re-
sponse.

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Page 3-A
Rabbi Gross Is Luncheon Club Guest Speaker
Levin (right), Combined Jewish Appeal chairman of
,:>an-Hebrew Committee, receives an award from Mil-
:3s for the "outstanding work" he has rendered in get-
! "A support from the Greater Miami Cuban community.
was made at the "Break Bread Breakfast" Apr. 9 at
' igiers Hotel, where SI,325.236 was announced toward
.': 57 CIA goal.
Histadrut Elects Bankers to Board
n of two Greater Miami
cecutives to the board of
pet of the Israel Histadrut
I imimttee was announced Wed1
i. y ; Mot- Levin. co-chairman
ih executive committee of the
ii -tac
S M< rton Zimmerman, chairman
i r.oarris of both the Mei
National Bank of Miami
lieach and of the Capital National
I'.ank : Miami, and Hairy S l.e
ector Hi Capital National
president of Bwald steel
: Detroit were turned to the
hoard
.ull participate in the cur-
itpaign to complete and
.. (14)00,000 Greater Mi
ul Technical High School
Ri h, Israel
Pr.-cipal project of the Israel
Histadrut Committee of Greater
Miami, the trade school will pro-
vide modern educational and
training facilities for 800 boys
and girls beginning in the fall
term of 1967.
The new Ramleh school will in-
clude departments of electronics,
electricity, auto mechanics, print
ing, agro mechanic-- design tex-
tiles and carpentry
Zimmerman and Levine also
were named to the executive com
mittee of the Greater Miami Com
inittee for Medical Services and
Vocational Training in Israel, Le>
vin announced The bank officials
expressed greal interest in the
operations ol Histadrul nation-
wide chain of 1H hospitals and
I.2O0 medical clinics through it.s
Kupat Ilolim
Rabbi Alexander Gross prim
ol the Hebrew Vcademj ol G
Miami. Mesivta High Schi
the Margan I V\ eishaus I
School, a frequent \ isitor lo I
and a noted lecturer, was
speaker at the las) meeting ol
Luncheon Club ol the M iaml Bi ..<'
Zionist District
The event ended the series ol
weekly luncheons sponsored i>\ the
Beach District for ZOA members
friends and visiting Zionists, and
took place on Wednesday, 12:30
P in., in the main dining room of
Ihe Hebre Academj 2400 Pine
Tree Or
Cantor Saul Bre h i- chairman ol
ihe luncheon ( tub
Hebrew \< u emj Women ti-
the club, and a special luru l i oi
menu was planned
lii Abraham Wolfson rt-v lew ed
current i etrs, and communit>
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ponjjpm *Stt t\-Dv ***
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone JC 1 3595
?45 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BfACH
JOIN US IN OUR
THIRD SEDER CELEBRATION
Saluting the State of Israel
On Its 19th Anniversary
Wednesday Evening Apr. 26. 1967
Hotel Fontainebleau

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WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS
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FROM BONDAGE TO FREEDOM'
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+ Rousing Ne* Songs of Israel
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Third Seder Wednesday
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Sanaa.-r-f ha Medical Saaakm ls-e
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7a.: a Seoex batmn 35 years
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mczc a eatorial to the six-:iulla Jews w.-.c
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be tocus*\i m -be Mat aaaareer-
aary ot the Warsaw G
BaMajg aaacuttia edta oc T.-.e Tewh
F cr.dxtn. Leo Maadkn w;'.*. receive the first on-
BBoJ Isaac Hainan Mecct.a'. Award rod
Mrs. Monti Newmark a.aaq the moat geo-
erc^is eoa*nba*ari to I wm\ laaiJta fci
-ei-Histcdrut Pioneers Awcmi
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*orr.- ""O0.0OC Jews were BBBanamaaaed.
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Paulo on Mar 2 the ex Sac has oeen held
under aonsias securrrv detoniaa br toderal
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to the West German rnjiael
Ciuring the week
... as i see it
subscription rates.
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Volume 40 Number 15
Friday. April 21, 1967
11 Nisan 5727
County the o,h Jj J
stepped risht Into the oon?
- The Voun,
p.Ms,onof.heMoi;,.)dJ
>h Federat,on had
speak, hut I
to
in
by HO MINDLIN
bewilderment of e
Jth Mlatotoalhrapu S
-d to understar : ? *
-- had asked or ov,r ,,., J
imitation suited many areas of aXnlen" ^^m'
hase a f.eld day; and so I began, taking them*all at tK '
SSL- ^ S '"-.-"
They didn't really mean for me to talk about am of t| K
on their :,da. It was something else they wanted
belie- it. and earned bravely on The
ponryf Jewish community had changed radially durr
cade. I be.an Hospitals, for example, could no Ion,.
a. a .orthy Jewish endeavor responsive to Jewui
would be increasingiv true foi aged hon
T d. lie at th near-
Ita Philanthropy The) are the sentimental I
welfare endeavor; but we are.
r meanir ess I us. As a
ive had
I. who

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- fash oral
aitin. Foi
any idea
aged It x nnpij _ntrue and therefore
Jted campaign> that point to need> at home eei
ar.d aged h ar aroui
enriees whose ettent load are ntoerj pero
wa>. I eaul i above all
arr "*> --tic Jt:-.'- reec-
nailod tl t d mt Voe ma> r* able I
.;. becaoi
he Bhilanthronie heart, but it begs the
the ignorance of ar med oaaunu
an a> leaden >ou mart ar. ir.for-
rsaed o~e oelj naki
ba^ C performance "
Well that a
BBC hot >ur. of all the truth I as disp*n>
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aa aa a jymhel of satboraac acceptance In a tune of
. an atd -ber. cmtaren ottea i Juoatsr.-. -
d coheo^or. and :
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*thoc i stem from the o~n*i*ogue* -
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come, hoohiag aa
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raf suuktks or sacuu ismmta
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aaaj a eeestMsr -Way are ywt here fcaaugr
the hattx to ceawifefo tae yeanun taaaa*
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skaaswd aaal ready to be eaten before hiss. Win i* Ik

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tenet arehhn of aiaernre dasrnamaaataoa. The uaaftaai.
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+Jewlsti f/rridirtn
Pag 5-A
Armed Forces Planning Seder
Services for Men Across Globe
Con*inif?.om Page 1-A
. , arc nol served >
haplalns Jewish laj lead-
.-ill c mii'ii Seders on Ihe > ai
and at the small bases.
_ i Jewish officei.- and sai-
b i ird the U S S Enterprise
ifl North Vf< t Nam will
ved Passover meal ; v -i be led by Airman Melvin
in Brooklyn A qual
h la> leader, Airman Levinc,
- ., pplj ill ik. .:.-1 serves
..< absence of ;i rabbi, sine
h chaplain i- assigned to
Enterprise
.. B is making it possible for
issigm (i to missile bases and
in. stations and patients in
ans Administration hospitals
i nitcd States to observe the
laj festival of freedom.
Passover services on base, in
synagogues, Jewish Community
Centers and other community
facilities, home hospitality, and,
at many installations, special
Passover meals for th entire
eight days of the holiday have
been organized in the United
States and at some 70 overseas
points by 323 full and part-time
Jewish chaplains, regional JWB
consultants, local JWB Armed
Forces and Veterans Services
Committees and Jewish Com-
munity Centers affiliated with
JWB.
JWB's Women's Organisations
Services has shipped special park
<- of holiday fcxxls (Solo Seders
literature for Jewish service-
stationed in Viet Nam, at all
i areas throughout ihe
d and at strategic posts where
n i n cannot bo granted leave for
ticipation In regular Passover
-. rvances.
Months a?o JWB
Jewish i haplalns around the v
supplii Passover n li ious li1
erature Ha ggadahs and quant
of matzol h. w ine and
kosher Passover foods
patient- in V'A hospitals
pat ticipate in festival obsen ai i -
conducted bj chaplains In -
ho>p tal i irdings f the Pass-
over sn u i w ill be brought t" I
ides by means of the
11 in add'tion, JWB wo m i group
has provided travs of dried and
candied holiday kosher fruit
tin- of macaroons to serve as des-
si n at Seders around the globe
Also included in JWB's won
group Passover planning are a
number ol American Jewish civi-
lians on P< ace Corps assi mi
in Nepal. Tanzania, Tunisia, Pakis
tan, Liberia and Turkey and
a state Department mission in In-
dia
Jewish Army and Air Force
chaplains will conduct Passover
services in Ankara, Turkey;
Evreux, Orleans and Verdun,
France; Vicenia, Italy; and
Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Ram-
stein, Kaiserslautern, Munich
and Stuttgart, Germany.
: e COI acted in
i lubs nd i lated
Mess Halls. Militarj pers nnel and
their families i m outlying an is
will i" accommodated in militarj
d transient billets to fac-
ilitate their attendance at the
Pass ivi ; sen ices
Jewish chaplains will also ol'fi-
i iate at Passover services in
Korea, Okinawa, the Philippines,
Hawaii. Panama Canal Zone and
Alaska Jewish GIs trained by
.11 lead the s< \ ices in
Gre nland and Spain.
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> An/<# II ,,1,,r
Page 7-A
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Significance of Passover Shines Brightly
Robbi Swirsky
of Passover i
By RABBI S. T. SWIRSKY
Beth Jacob Congregation
Among the many festivals that
ace the -Anvtsh calendar.
Passover shines brightly for its
ii Rtorical and political significance.
it romi emoratM
the great venture
oi iui people
nil
luu. tu il
se fd im, mi a
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the wil

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and
bet
. lie ui oV
\ id and
narrative
imi figment ol a poet's fane) or
tu .ii dogma it is an inspiring mes
the nations of the
i he meanings and teach
a h kc h o u r forefathers
i: out ol an experience so
intei w and so pathetic, impres
-.il themselves not onl) upon theii
Is, bul also upon the spi
succeeding generations
\ i- todaj consider oui sclt e.
itm site ol that momentous
i.i i the words of the
dan we sa> "In every gen
n .i pei oughl i" regard
at tho h he himself had
tli 11 pi l he Exo
nol an i pise le fi orn i in i
: hiNtm jcal pasl
powei lul. .i dyn
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No Joy for Entry
thai wlul.-
ii prominent >
ii historj .ii il Biblical la
' ''i to nun
the pro
i the Exodu>
the hap
i m ainl
chapl
|i ; ii tin : the cro i
he em ampmcnl
i.iL.i Ever) child is
a unil in date and the pre
depai lure front
1 i-t the di amatic denoumenl
ale is nebulous and there
ei ritual nor festival to
the I'nti > into Palestine
anomal) is accentuated b)
Temt'e Passover Breakfast
\ a Neighbor, a panel
i l \rm rican women, will be tea
the Passover breakfast ol
therhood "i Temple Beth
Sholon mi Sunday, Apr. 30, at m ("
cording to James S Knopke,
Hrotl erhood presidenl Aaron Farr
ram chait man
1DAV GREETINGS
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'goluis
comparison with American history
Hardly a student is familiar with
the saga of Brewster and Bradford
and their exodus to Holland, yet,
every heart thrills to the heroic
landing at Plymouth Hock on De-
cember, 1620, The departure from
Europe is of no moment in (he his-
toric consciousness oi the Amer-
ican people: while the entrance ol
the Pilgrims to the American pro
mised land is momentous and last
ing and inspiirng How is one to
comprehend the reiterative em
phasis on the departure from
Egypt and the utter silence per
taining to the entr) into Pales
Inn '
The genius oi the .lew ad
monishes us and mankind with the
imperative lesson thai the Exodus
simpl) opened up the possibilities
of freedom, hut he does not hail
freedom .is something attained or
achieved The rich and varied h
turg) and pageantrj of the Seder
pose onl) a challenge, a quest, a
yearning, a charismatic vision, bul
not a finalit) The promised land
is an elusive dream that is vet to
be conquered The Jew is ever
aware ol the wide gap between the
loin attained b> the Exodus
and the limitless possibilities of li
bcrty for all mankind thai is yel
to come The Jew never rests on
past laurels but is always moving Societv in which men will not only
toward a vision of a promised land
and a new dawn for humanity.
Work to be Done
The historical quest of the Jew
has been to establish the Great
have plenty, but essentially in
which men will find a soul to
found a world governed not by
pharaohs but by God. This heinn
the mission of the Jew. his work
is ever to bfl done and accomplish-
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Manischewitz
PASSOVER
Everything
from soup
to noshI
CIH'OI.
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Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request
ed. The wandering Jew jjoes-
ceaselessly on not to atone for a
crime committed, but to expiate
the sins of human oppression. To>
paraphrase the words of Robert
Frost, the Jew will never be con
tent until the iron fences of hatred
will he demolished and the mi'
lenium of universal freedom shall
tie ushered in. Then, and only then,
will the Jew and mankind ob
serve the festival of the world's
entry into the Promised Land
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Friday, Apnl 21. 1%7
+ l*ni\l nitih tr
Page- 9-A
NEWSMAN AND BEACH PHILANTHROPISTS TO BE HONORED WEDNESDAY
Justice Douglas Due a I Third Seder
South Florida Jewrj will launch
oath long celebration of the
State of Israel'! 19th anniversary
ol Indepi Wednesday
' al the community-wide Third
Sedi r in the Pontainebleau lloteL
A r. cord hattei Ing attendance of
more than 800 persona la expected
to in .ii United States Supreme
I Justice William Orvtlle Dou
glaa make the principal addreea at
dinner, which will observe the
Passovi: dietarj laws and is open
to the general public
Jacob K fkm. general chairman
of the 1 bird Seder, and i o chaii
men Samuel Feinstein and Jack s
Popick, announced thai Mn Don
glaa will ..(company the Justice on
his two da\ visit to Greater Miami.
Justice Douglas will address
more than 100 leading attorneys
JUSTICt WILLIAM 0. DOUGLAS
and certified public accountant*
Thursday noon, Apr. 27, also at
the Pontainebleau Hotel. The
non fund raising affair, hosted
by Herbert S. Shapiro and Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, will out-
line the aims and projects of the
American Histadrut Develop-
ment Foundation
.ill.
Miami lit-uch
(hi Stale >. t
li I It ladi ui t-1..i.--1 ,sv..,, ,i
1 "< s\ i, i, i .
Rifkin i Mi. ont> person In the
South previous!) named lo receive
jf***i
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MINDIIN
HAiiBI KHONI'.H
MKIN
A half hour pageant. "From
Bondage to Freedom," pr< !
by Joseph A. Nevel and Leon
linger, will share the spotlight
with Justice Douglas' address.
acordinq to Rabbi Leon Kro
honorary chairman ol the
7 Kid Seder and national vice
i i of Hie Hi .t.. dation.
The Third Seder, originated in
j in .i 'o bj the late
Isaac Hat first national d
ii (to, oi ihi I iraol Histadrul i
I || ..i ,ilso v. ill ,ii.n I Ihr
24th ol the ill
uprising ol the Warsaw lihetlo
i Ii Ii i >i ii in ii ii i
i\ Ii i i i ill kindle candle
ill the 0,000.000 .lius Mh .
p 11 -Ii I in Rui ope din inti the
Hitler l lo!oi .iii-t
Selected lo participate in the
( andle in lit in : i cremonj are the
ame Jai ob Rifl in. Jack S
i iipii i i.l Feinstein, Morris
Newmark, Elsie Bonem \i i
Me) ii and 11
i. !.i -i \, i I i ikI\ Haiti! i .rli .,
: Ihi .ii i .!!- iii'-ni committee
MB. AND MRS. NtWMARK
Justice Dot
reived tin thud
Hi t.niiiit Human
i
annual nation.
,t.ii i.hi Aw an
following I'm- nli ni H.ii i \ s l in
man and Vice President Alben
Bai Mi id in nreepting I*-
honor i in I iii.it i siiouiii ralhei
"" Hi Lull ill an award
political i x nip. ni- m orig
ii .ilii' i i i i i and the great pio
ihi i woik it has clone in Israel and
i' .it in pii.ilimi it ha
to i.tin i groups iii othei
lands "
Wednesday niflhfs Third Seder
will bonefit the SI 000 000 Ores
er Miami Amal Tec loot.il Hud'
Srhool In Israel, now nearinq
completion in Ramleh It will be
dedicated in mid-Julv by a dele-
gation to be led by Rabbi Kronish
and Moshe Berman, exerutive Hi
rector of the Israel Histadrut
Committee here for the past il
years.
Ilaii v l Ii ot ii 11 I ii \ of the 11
i.hI Histadrut Committee, and com
mittee member Alii < Silvei le n
repoi i I i hat leadi 19 ol almo t
ever) majoi Ji vl h on inl/ation in I'anloi David I'onvlaer, of Tear
Grealei Miami will be repre ented pie Beth Sholom, has worked with
in the alute la Mindlin and the eel and I ngei in staging the
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Leo Mindlin, retiring executive
editor Of The Jewish Floridian,
who is leaving to join the Miami
Herald as a featured columnist and
to serve the faculty of Miami Dade
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i- co sponsoring the Third Seder
with the Isiael Histadrut Commit-
tee ot Greater Miami.
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Fogn 10-A
+Jeistfhrkliar
Friday, April 21. 196?
Council Confab Hears Many Motions
sar\ of its
Continued from Page 1 A
right affirmed in the So\
Coi jtitution
The Jewish women's group
i so issued report on its -"Oik
n Women In Cowimunrty Se^v-
-.e WiCS the interracial and
iterreligious group which re-
: ruits and screen* girls for the
rederal Women's Job Corps.
"he survey found that the 5,000
/omen's Job Corps graduates
- ave greatly increased their
< arning power and that "th*
'erage wage of the Women's
.so Corps -iraduate is now 1.71
N hour." WICS is comprised of
iembers of Church Women
L nited, the National Council of
Catholic Women, the National
tcuneil of Negro Women and
--ie NCJW.
leral aid to pan
- criticized ir
Vets Urged To
Aid Community
v ,i )oiat installation o4 officei -
M n i ,i\ So! inn n Poet Ml of
LOCAL LEADtRS
AM flfCTfD
Mrs. Aaron Fair of Mi-
ami Beach, was etocted to
serve as a national vice pres
idem of the National Cot?,-
cil of Jewish Women at the
biennial convention held in
Atlanta. <;
Mrs st.ir.lc> i' Myers, a
\t ju \ ice president foi
mn> years, was
honor a rj \ ice oresi lent
\ member
J8 years Mrs Farr has
Beth i n.
tional scene SI.,
as I
Sectioi M JM
ivhicl
ncil Thrift Shop ,i- |
ol Region Hi
ecent a--ignment was
tional campaign cha
Inder her leadership N<
ias hist a life n
|i plan
The statement deplored the fact
that "those left in the public
schools are chosen from poor and
culturally disadvantages! homes
The resolution warned that 'Ins
has aggravated racial ikola'ion
which rol the minority group
children of pride, and deprives the
majority group of the opportuniu
to learn to work and to pla> with
childi en from different hack-
grounds." The delegates addid community
that the w.ivv "has no doubt
egated education me ins
if education I'hoiuh .ill
munitlea cannot int< theii
s! hooU ,,i the seme ate ail
munities must still move forward
(
pted iiv the conventiot I
ral Gables Jewish Wat Veterans solution asserted that "people
the I S \ oi Mai 25. (oral
diies citj i >n i William
( hapman urged veterans to in i
ite ai d part in oi\ ic p
' to aid their loca
installation ceremony
d by Irvini M I o i
mmander of the l" partment oi
ul Mrs Irvini M
an, past pn ol the S
do-- \uxilis
\d Ralph <
w>
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Ristnea sails it aan3ff.ee or by Hari EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT
.,re
ng the public schools in
in .I- even more thai
private education is receiving put
lie subsidj Aid ti tanaa
Is (.in onl> sen i to und
the public school system i is
a cornstone ol dc
1 ACADEMY
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YEAR'S
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A
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upport to
Dewey School of Educate
Hebrew Universe
Thf. five-day convention iinC(i
monies into non public icheihT' VVL?" a v' Pn
Rabbi Joachim Prim, chairman uwtH. Humphry and th, ,|1(
lion of Mrs. Lcon.ird Weil
Th delegate* adopted th* re
'olution after hearing a warn nq
that private and parochial
schools which mm receiving fed-
eral aid under the child benefit
concept of the new federal edu-
cation law were already "laying
tha groundwork for still larger
claims to public funds."
The warning was made i>\ \
Goldman, chairman of *he \ ,
tional (o.nmiimt> Reiattoii fed
visory Cauaefl, who said thai the
development posed a serious
threat to public education He Mid
"with our public schools aliead\
:n desperate str.iits hov In
Aval with this diversion of p
of the Conference or Presidents of
Major American Jewish Orcaniza-
lions, called for renewed emphasis
on Jewish education both in this
country and abroad Deploring the
increasing independence <*f Amer-
ican Jewish youth from Jewish
orcanization. Jewish religion. Jew
ish tradition and -i Jewish future.'
he warned tht tea 'hat if the
did not pa} rat
'he education
outh \> ithm ine >r tv
' ions. Ji | be-
neglected and even i"i ;ol
ten
tsraeli
h awarded the N1 'JM
tien ii
lluntington Woods. Mich
ident.

The> Vic* President, who call-
ed for a special effort tc tag
"America's most significant on.
derrealited resource, woman-
power," presented Mrs. Joseph
Willen, tha outgoing NCJW pres.
idenl, with an award for ser>iC
from the Office of Economic Op
portunity.
l ne award ii u
Humphre) and Sargi ii
;. OBO v ted Mi .
for sant intnl i
new f* onomic opportiui
tie ol ihii
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Friday. April 21. 1967
-Jmlsti rhrldictri
Page 11-A
Study Hits Nasser and Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
., ni Nasser of Egypt and Israel,
, called Nasser a "pharaoh" and
contended that if the Great Powers
, (t to call off their support of
lhc arms race in the Middle Kast.
i, problem then of achieving
cace would he primarily "a pro-
i< in .if dealing with Nasser." if
Nasser disappeared "fiom the
.,, in ." or could "be brought
round to I civilized attitude, there
. re no insoluble barriers to such a
.nurse of action in the other Arab
states, most of which are too we*k
i be aggressive externally.'
He declared that the major
Mu .. nwu national self-interest is
o\ in permitting their citizens t->
make a fast buck In selling arms
I ut in peace in the midcast, -live
the Arab nations, unable to pur
chase or manufacture weapon- re
epiired for modern warfare wou'd
accept the inevitable and make
permanent peace with Israel
He urged that the United State$
promote formation "of an inter
national consortium to rescue the
Egyptian economy from inpend-
iryj disaster" if Nasser would
agree to "substantially reduce his
armed forces. He urged linking
of further food shipments to
Egypt to agreement by Nasser to
stop accepting arms from the
Soviet Union and elsewhere and
the return of his troops from Ye-
men."
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MIAMI
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.. .,- ,tpr< u rtjftinii .. mperviuoii Cf'Uficttl on reouist
in his comments on Israel, he
said the United Stale.-, should con
Untie to uphold the political inde-
pendence and territorial Integrity
of the State of Israel."
In his report on Israel, lie said
he had found "little internal de-
mocracy Within the many political
parties." He indicated lie felt that
the original drive which founded
the countrj and which built its
i lical and economic structure
had petered out. adding that tin re
was much "apathy and cynicism in
tin- new generation, both "i sabras
(born in Israel) and Immigrants."
lie also asserted that "there i>
no real economic need for more
immigrants and that as of last fail
almost the entire class of spring
raduates from the engineering
school of the technical univei iitj
.a- unemployed Unemployment is
i -. ii n ng ( hionic and persistent in
iic urban areas '
He said the Israeli press was
"tame and censored on security
mafteis, a phrase given, as in the
U -ited States, the broadest of
meanings." He also declared that
"a few vigorous hawkish military
leaders tend to exercise an un-
due influence on politico econo
mic decisions. Moreover, the
country has remained in a state
of military alert for so long that
Israel seems to have become a
modern Sparta in its political
military attitudes."
He suggested that the Israeli
tatus (pio in politics, economics
ind sociology may well he break
Dg down" and that no one could
Orccasl what would replace it
hut it can be hoped that the dine
nhich founded the country can he
communicated to new leaders who
will maintain a -mnr and pros-
perous -laic oriented toward
pcac<
Model Seder
At Menorah
Nurserj Kindergarten children
ol Temple Menorah Religion
School will hold then annual
Model Seder mi Friday morning,
10 30 a m.. in the nurserj
The tour eiass-s will mi
gel her and participate in a pro
-ram of chanting ami singinj die
holiday tunes. Special Passover
foods will be served to them bj
Parents of Menorah A Barents'
question period will he held with
Temple Menorah'-. spiritual lead
er. Rabbi Mayer Abramowity, Who
will describe the meaning or the
rituals ni Passover.
Parents of Menorah committee
are Mesdamcs Alex Bcrjjer. Louise
'Browiwtein. Nathaniel CorNn.
Saul Ginzhurg. David Kovac.
Gerald Nathanson and Morton Wit-
rogen.
ies Sons Vrvmtfs
l*s Kons Vivants. pound adults
21 to 35. met Sunday evening at
the El Bolerao Restaurant.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
ages
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...
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Pctqv 12-A
9-Jtmist Tkrkfini
Friday, April 21, igg7
jiassovcr *^crviccs ^l^cciin i^Srlondax/
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml- Sermon; I' h'M
AMI. 990 N6 171t 8t. Orthodox. '''l-m. .*"*r
Rabbi Sherwin Staubar. Cantor vr,lllu_ ,--."*
~ ., VOUNG ISRAEL OF '.MAMi >
1M2-44 Washington Av,^b"':."
Continued from Pay* 6-A
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i ind
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 N v\
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiieman.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lahrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
i -
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3SC0 SW 69th W.iy. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
TEMPLE JUDEA i Reform. Rabbi Morria Kipper.
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TEMPLE MENORAM. 620 ":tn Si
Conservative. R.iob' Mater Auram
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TEMPLE NER TAMiD. 80th St. ano
Tjtum Waterway. Mooern Tiaai
tional. Rabbi Eugene Lacovtz Can
tor Edward Kle'n.
Rrld '
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF ..1IRAVAR
Seders at Belvedere Hotel
Cantor Sol Rashin will officiate
at religious services and Pausover
Seders at the Belvedere Hotel. 9th
St and Euclud Ave. Miami Beach
TEMPLE OR OLCM. Conservative
87i5 SW 16th St Miami. Rabb
Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Herman
M^rchhein.
Has M lax ah
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
Cantor Chet Gale
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Friday. April 21. 1967
-Jen 1st ncrkfian
Page 13-A
I*
OL
i t h a r i c s
WETSTEIN
SYLVAN. 87. of :'71" b*W !0th B(
I" I V| l" He was :. reside nl hre
V r ih. past jn v,.,, omlng font
I'hlladi ll'h'a. I'a. H
fo lh< Mctropolli ,n Life in mrance
Co., si the Miami !: hi h area
f r the paai K \ ,i- n. ,. .,
r of the Mi tropolitan I .if-
IIC< V. -.i.in- ,\--!i and was
a life Veteran with the company. He
iv' I lj hla Ife, Beatrice, a
Ron. Mi II Wetsteln i daughter,
Marjorte North II 1 six grand-
, in I Iren .-' \ i., m en held Kpr I!
lordon I H.ini.
FRITSCH
York artist-industrialist John J. Myers (left) painted this
portrait of Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad pre-
led to him at the town's 20th anniversary celebration din-
Apr 1 at the Balmoral Hotel. Myers, executive vice
lent of an industrial firm with worldwide interests, also
painted Pope Pius XII, Pope John XXIII. Pope Paul VI,
Minister Nehru and, last year, he presented a portrait
'': imi Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt.
side Douglas I'.'I Chapel with Inter-
im nt in mi Neliu ni. i j
. i ii< Hi soli man
i-k nlnre It wan
h i -
ivld: a ,i.iii
Mr*. M
,
Marlon i i
, n
BFRLIN. Mis Kvi-Ivii. 84, of 7(46 Ab-
bott Ave. Services Apr. IT al I
berf Chapel.
HASBROUCK. v.man A Ji.l '.::. of
. an i M Servli en Ap 20 it
Rlvei aide Normandy l r C1
ROSOFF. Irving 67. of 21 Collins v..
in Brooklyn Rlveralde Sor-
mand} I >r. Chapel.
Swee. Joseph, (5, of 1227 SW 13th
<'t Services Apr Is al Gordon Fun- i
. : :tl II,.me.
coelan. Mi.- Beatrice s. *i. << I
1500 Ba) ltd Services Api 16 il
Klveralue Sormandj l>r Chapel
Goldstein. Robert II. 37. of l40
Marseilles I r Services Api 17 at
Rlveralde Sormand) In Chapel
LEW. Mra V.i'.i. ;. ,,f 1013 Pennsyl-
vania Ave Services In Sent York
I'ltj Rlvi i-i,l,. Alton ltd. Chain
Richman. Mi- Marlon, 3S
SW 7th Ki s< i'. Ii ea Apr |< al i :..i
don l'un-i ;>l Home
RAPPAPORT......|0, ,.f |S0 SW
2nd Ter Service* In Sew Vork
,.., dun Punei i
SMITH. Howard A 63, ol 1781 SW
.-I Si r- Ii -.- A| r IT at l:
-id. 11., iicl Rd Chapel
BERNSTEIN. Benjamin. 7*. nl
w, >,i.,..- in S
\ ion Rd I 'I
.
Dr. Services in St Louis. Mo. Rlver-
nlde Normand) Dr Chapel
KERR. Evor, 5, of 17...... NK 14th Ave.
Services In Cleveland, 11. lilaaherK
Chapel.
MAXMAN. Mrs Anna. B2, of Ml Col-
\ i -' ..... In Philadelphia.
Rlveislde Alton lid. Chapel.
RAOIS. Kamuel II.. ''. of 200 Ni I -
n .i rid) i : Set \ tea In Ihicaso Riv-
erside Sormund) it Chapel
ROTH. Mrs Ann,i K 78, of 1236 l'th
St. Services Apr. 16 .u Riverside
Sormand) Isle < hapel.
SOLOTAR. Aaron 78, of 6064 Collins
\\. Riverside Alton Rd. Chapel
SOMMER. Siegfried, 75, of 7343 Car-
Ij At e Ser\ Ii en In Chicago lor-
don Chapel
Strauss, il, i nan M 75, of 1220
Collins Ave Services Apr. 17 al Riv-
erside Sormand) I *i. Chapel
DINION. Mr.- Sadye, 7". ..f 1100 West
\\. Services in Sew York. R
side Alton Rd I l,. pel
KLEINMAN, I Si of 616 l..no\
Ave Sei < lo Apr it at Rivet
Sormand; Isle 'hapel
miklowitz, Harry, 71. o f332 SW
2nd Av< Sel n Nevt York.
Rlvei side I K'iiicIh* Rd < 'hapel
ROSTON. Mil fjertl ide 7- ol
vlitioi \ .-. vices In Mlnneai
Minn Sewinan Puneral Home
AOLER. S I ,.| 6881 Bay I'r.
Service* Apt It R l< Sor-
hapel
EHRLICH. Mi I Inn Mil, ";. of Dlck-
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OF PASSOVER, the Bible says: "It is a night to be much observed." The symbolic
service of the Passover Seder is outlined on the plate sketched, a masterpiece
created by Jizchek Cohen in 1614. The Kiddush and the complete Order of the
Seder are inscribed in Hebrew, surrounded by decorative figures and scenes. JM ex-
tends to you and your family best wishes for a happy Passover holiday.
THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FLAIR


Page 14-A
+M*i*t fkridfliir
Friday, Apr:'.
Reds Given Passover Appeal
MORRIS & RUTH IERNER Catering for All Ckco,
HARRY ZIKKERMAN Isloblhhed in ?o4s
Continued from Page 1-A
' the
an)
mists in other lai
In the United States, the
-merican Jewish community
continues to flourish in an ever-
expanding, open and pluralistic
society. However, in the Soviet
Union the stifling restrictions of
mo^rn bondage is yet to be
lifted from ihree mi'lion Sov-
iet Jewish citizens. The limita-
tions on the baking of matioh
for Passover is but one o' the of-
ficial tactics used in th cam-
Rabbinical Assn. Calendar for Schools
Lists Major Jewish Religious Holidays
tical A
I
and
i j i
The calendar !
nst ruct 101
J
ni Da li .'

A letter accompanying the
calendar, sent in the namc o'
he Rabbinical Association, wr-.
I gned by Dr. Irving Lehrmjn,
cf Temple Emanu-EI, vice pres-
dent of the% Association, who is
chairman of the religion and
rublic school committee, and by
Welcome Service
For Temple Rabbi
\ -: ( ial ser mi tor
"tril : Temple 1 N-
I !>l', P Kinj
a*
\ 1 tl M ami Bi a< h 1 .-. i<
17 NE 19th Ave
Baumgard, <>f
v 1 : 1 mer l<
I Ri '.'n
I arvej M '!'. tl 1 ungre
lh< V
'i irk Cil a 1
ale
"i the
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it ion
I iturgii
t Chel
11 >
Rabbi So'omon Schiff cf Con-
gregation Beth El Association's
executive vice president.
Pre
Max A
ial the
itH
it ions
the .'< Wish
bes the
the '
1 branches.
' 1 Reform and
Liberal It note.-
Jewish Sabbath rx'tin-. on
nsel and end* S
sunaei n also notes thai
"the evenings prior to the holiday!
an- just a- important .i> the
themselvea
'The response Iron the school
authorities has heen most encoui
agiag." explained Rabbis Letar
'nan and Schifl
"Tbej gave assurances tl
.'. 1-". ( alemlai will >< circi
!< all school personnel requ' sting
thi scheduling >f
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SISTERHOOD ELECTS MRS. NEWMARK
Elliott Blumenthal Succeeds Sam Luby
As New President of Miami Temple Israel
Cancer League Installation Luncheon
rcmplc Israel of Greater Miami
.-.] it- auxiliaries this week elecl
: new l aders
Klliol l> Blumenthal, a pioneei
if the congregation, wa'
as the 23th president at
th annual meeting, succeed
San i uby, Sr., w ho had served
aditional two one-year terms
i thai previously served as
i lident and treasurer am
- I een a member of Temple la
ael since coming here 40 yean
Adath Yeshurun
Temple USY Host
Passover Seder
Sunday, at 6:30 p.m., the junior
senior chapters of United Sy
agogue Youth at Temple Adath
Yeshurun hosted members of the
outh group of the North Dnde
. hurch of Christ at a model Pas
sovcr Seder.
Rabbi Milton Schlinaky ex-
plained the history and meaning
i f the traditional meal ami service
ihich was performed In members
he USY under the direction of
\la\ VVcitz, temple youth director.
Also present were Gerald Fran-
klin, president of the temple;
Marty Beloff. chairman of the
I; Leon Solotkin. Men's Club
: resident; Mrs. N. Goldstein, Sis
tcrhood president; and Dr. K Tea
i r >outh committee chairman.
Officiating at the ceremony w< re
la Schulman and Nancy bold-
presidents of the senior
i <: junior USY.
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Mrs. Morris E. Greene, and the
Men's Club reelectrd Jack Schil-
linger for a second one-year
term.
Offict: s of the congregation
elected .it the same time were
losepn \ Uartield, Nathan Gu-
nenick, Julius Ro Dan B
Ruskin and Lawrence E Sii i
vice presidents; Martin Fine, *
Cretan Arnold Rosen, treasurer:
Lewis (Jorfine, assistant treasurer.
Jesse Casselhoff, financial secre
tary.
Selected for the board of trus-
tees, in addition to those alr.aih
serving, were James Aberman,
Myron M. Behrman. Harry Hot
wick, Marvin Brandsdorf, Dr. Lea
lie Bukstel, Arthur Epstein, Abe
C. Fine. Sam A. Goldstein, Hers
chel Green, Rugcne Greenfield,
Samuel Grossman. David Hoch-
berg, Burton S. Kahn. Dr Solomon
Kami. I)i- Robert Kaplan. Herbert
Paige, Samuel Rabin, Robert Rus
sell. Mrs. Maurice Scrotta. Wil
lam Siegel, Stanle) Tate, Harold
Thurman, Stanley Watts, Henrj
E. Wolff and Myron Zcientl
tUIOTT D. BlUMfNTHAl
Life Members Are Honored
Miami Beach Chapter. Miziachi
Women honored life members
and "Mothers in Israel" at a noon
luncheon on Wednesday at the
Royal Hungarian Restaurant. 731
Washington Ave. Serving as chair
man was Mrs. Ida Weasel. I'resi
dent is Mrs. Richard Katl
Annual installation and awaid
Luncheon ol the Women's t'anci i
League "i M ami Beat h w;i- held
Fridaj al the Eden Roc li
Theme was Fruits ol 5
or "
Joseph Malek, city coin i
opened the .:.,. >ong,
and Nam I the list
ol entertainment.
Rabbi Richard U \ iton, ol Terr
pie Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, in-
stalled the following officers and
board ol directors:
President, Mrs Morris Gidney,
executive vice president, Mrs i.
ving Rubin: vice presidents, Mrs
Melvync Sommers, Mrs Jules Stark,
Mrs Maurice M Young; treasurer,
Mrs Michael Bi ight; recording se
cretary, Mrs George Block; li
nancial secretaries, Mrs Lill
Blasberg and Mrs. Sheila Markcll.
corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Ir-
ving Weinberg and Mrs Martin
W< \li i. social secretaries Mrs Me-
yer Don and Mrs Jerome Sugcr-
man. honorary vice president. Mrs
Joseph Segal
Board of directors arc Mesdamcs
Robert Apfel, Sidney Band. li\ir...
Berlin. Ilai i> Brodkin, E. W. Broi
dy, Judd Breakstone, Edward
Cowen, A. Jay Criston, Joseph
Rhrlich. Sarah Englander, Herlx rt
Fenchel. Betty Finegold, Richard
Fleming, Charles Gertler, Robeit
Grossman, Myer Leavitt, R. s Levy,
M. R. Luck, Marvin Meitus, I..on
during the week...as i see it
Continued from Page 4-A
acterize it as executive suite'
discrimination." and I explained
the term. And then came the
deluge: "Why can't we associate
with our Gentile neighbors after
five?" one physician asked me
"1 didn't say you couldn't," 1
replied to the challenge i am
simply suggeating that many of
them don 1 seem to welcome our
associating with them.' And 1
explained some more the Jewish
ci\il libertarian organization con-
cern with the problem But they
didn t need the explanation
Ihej knew all about it. The other
issues I'd raised at the OUtsel
Jewish survival, philanthropy,
welfare agency sentiment, the
need for a reassessment of com-
munity goals these were a
foreign language they eared noth-
ing about.
Hob-nobbing with their Gentile
neighbors on the golf course and
at the country club this the>
considered the central issue
Their principal anxiety seemed to
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center on the need of approval
that some authoritarian figure
should tell them it wouldn't di
minish their "Jewishness." I was
it tor the ni-Jht. (They must have
had others in the past, and thej
would surely have still others in
the future.) Furthermore, I was
also to tell them just how to ac
coinplish it I didn't know
whether to laugh or to run from
this exercise in self destruction
It was as if they had accepted on
its face the validity of the classic
canard ol the "Jewish cabal." and
they wanted my sanctioned re-
lease from it. (Remember Bruno
Bettelheim on the tacit European
Jewish submission to the Hit-
leiian destructive design.)
"I won't give you my approval."
I said testily Anyway." I added.
"you're ten years too late, and
now it's beside the point They
had no idea what I was talking
about And. in this ignorance.
'hey could join their golfing Gen
tile neighbors. The semantics of
social disorder had changed vio
lently since they grew from
their deprived childhood into the
opulent adulthood Of the phy-
sician's and attorneys world
"In the end." I said, "the pro
blem will be black and white We,
BS whites, will be called upon to
make a choice. Which will it be
with our traditional Jewish religi-
ous principles or our new ma-
terial advantage* The coming i a
cial confrontation," I warned
them, "will catch you, pushing for
a spot on the golf course, as un-
prepared as your neighbors, now
engaged in the monumental task
ol keeping you off."
An then the "battle was joined,
sling shots and mlsatlee raging.
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md Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, veteran leaders on behalf of
share reminiscences with David Ben-Gurion. Mr. and
Meyers have been named recipients of the State of
Medallion of Honor to be conferred upon them at the

'^dependence Dinner on May 14 at the Fontainebleau
Race Set May 16
Fifteen candidates are running for office in the City of Miami
!'.each elections se1 for May 16
fpr grabs is the office of mayor incumbent Mayor El-
II Roosevelt will be seeking reelection to his post Also in the
!'> rc are Jaj I.....mer, Morris Luck, incumbent Council-
ilelvin .1 Richard, and Morris Zucker
Contests for City Council art divided into three groups
Seeking seats from Group 4 art Norman Ciment, former Miami
Beach Councilman Bernard A. Frank, and Milton M. Gaynor.
Group 5, candidates include Harve) s Abramson, Dave
an Louis Vernell and incumbent Councilman l> Lee
veil
ning in Group 8 are Jim Bel Castro, Herbert Magnes,
: I eonard Weinstein currently occupying the post of constable
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Robert Turchin is not seeking re
n to the council Filing date for new candidates is past
"Oeirvisli Flor idlian
Miami, Florida, Friday April 21, 1967
Section B
Beach Leaders to be Honored
At May Independence Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers,
distinguished Miami couple in
service '" 'be community and Is-
rael, will be the recipients of the
State of Israel Medallion of Honor.
Selection of Mr and Mrs Meyers
for the coveted iwarrJ was made
during the recem visit m Miami
Beach ol former Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion. meeting with
world Jewish leaders at the Israel
Bund international inaugural con-
ference.
In revealing the selection of Mr.
and Mrs Meyers for the award.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or
ganization, announced that the
Medallion of Honor will be con-
ferred upon them at the I.-rael In-
dependence Dinner to he held on
Sundaj evening May 14. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Rabbi Kronish noted that the
theme of this year's Israel In-
dependence Dinner will be "Am
Yisroel Chai" "The People
of Israel Live," in conjunction
with similar celebrations across
the nation, demonstrating t*e
faith of world Jewry in Israel's
survival The dinner will be held
under the auspices of the Israel
Bond Organization.
Pioneer Miamians and long de-
dicated to the establishment and
Strengthening of Israel, they have
been at the forefront of even
major cause in Israel's behalf both
before and since the oirth ol th.-
State
Mr- Meyers has headed the
Women's Dim-Km for Israel Bonds
for many year- first as chairman
Of the Miami Division, then as
Florida State chairman Mr Mej
era, .. graduate of Yah University,
ond an authority on finance and
economics, has devoted much of
hi- time and skills to the better
ment of Hebrew education He was
a founder and early president
of the Greater Miami Bureau of
Jewish Education. Both are
trustees of the Slate of Israel.
Mrs Meyers has a distinguish) d
record ol service as a member <>f
the Haiti' County Board ol In
struction She is a former presi-
dent Of the Jewish .Family
Children's Service of Greater M
ami. and a director of Interns
tiODal Allan- of Hade County
Chamber of Commerce Mr .in.'
Mrs Meyers are founders ol Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Meyers was an organizer
and first president of the F'or-
ida Women Lawyers Associa-
tion. She is a leader of the Dade
County Welfare Planning Coun-
cil, the Dade County Federation
of Women's Clubs and numerous
other civic, educational and wel-
fare endeavors.
Mi and Mrs Meyers are b I
members of the Societ> ol hound
ers ol th' Universit) <>f Miami Mr
Meyers is also a member of the
Universit) of Miami Citizens' Ad-
visor) Board He is a founder and
trustee of Ml Sinai Hospital The)
are both founders of the Jewish
Home for the Aged Mr Meyers is
also a trustee of the Anti Defi
tion League,
tnc time o/ the ~in*.jinej
o/ the oiras is come
ana the \cicc c-J tnc turtle
is heard in tnc let net.
J-i-^iti /Ac tJONd cf S^-.-ny
To Our friends..
A Festive Seder
And A Joyous Passover Holiday
auntMini lasluoni
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Nat'l. Airlines Prexy in Talk
Latest photograph of the Greater Miami
"Amal" Technical High School under construc-
tion in Ramleh. Israel, shows progress of the
trade school being sponsored by the Greater
Miami Committee for Medical Services and
Vocational Training in Israel and by the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee. The
Annual election luncheon meet-
ing of the Florida Women's Di-
vision. American Jewish Congress,
ook place Thursday noon, Apr. 20.
.it Waldman's Hotel.
In honor of national Jewish Mu-
sic Month, this year devoted to
rontribution of Russian Jewry to
lewish Music." gUCSl artist, Cantor
William B Nussen. operatic tenor,
md Mrs. Nussen. concert pianist.
< "ted a program in Vid-
i-l] Hebrew and English, high-
htir Russian Jewry, 's conti.' u-
to Jewish musical life
Chairman f--i the afti
Mi lost ph Albuquerque, presi
enl I i :. ( \\ ise Chapter
Slate of nominees for 1967 68
"The theory of f^ee enterprise
is the best 11 onomic sj stem thai
man has dei ised." I. B Maj
Jr president >-i National \irlines,
said in San Diego, 'alii this
w eek
At the same time, h" noted in
a speet h before the Pillars ol
Freedom forum, history, has
proved that uncontrolled free en
terprise i> not a perfect system."
"In some countries the rich
have gotten richer and the poor
have gotten poorer," he said.
"Unemployment, recessions, de-
pressions, inflation and monopo-
lies are certainly undesirable."
Speaking before an estimated
2.000 prominent civic leaders an I
students <>t the community, May-
tag observed that in an effort to
eliminate the undesirable features
of free enterprise and. at the same
time, preserve its basic value, the
American free enterprise system
has become a highly complex eco-
nomic machine.
"If free enterprise were defined
as that which is free from govern-
ment regulation, it could hardly be
said to exist any more, for almost
all business is regulated by gov-
ernment in one *'ay or another,"
Maytag stated.
ficers was presented by the! nor Roosevelt Chapter; Mrs. Sam He said the disparagement of
l_ ...... w ,. profit is not new to this country
following committee chairmen: | Penchansky, Miami Chapter; Mrs. ^ {he orJKin f Mrs, Sam Rudt, Justine Chapter,; Henry Hersch. Louise Wise tmnking by some can be trace 1
Mrs. Abraham Augenstein. Klea- Chapter. back to th. New England Puritans
Never
on Passover!
who, as i do t<
equated profil reed.
Ma: !'"" i"
address the forum. The ol
in re Vice President 11 ui- |
phrt'. former Canadian Prii
Minister John Diefenbaki i
Evan [elist i!ill\ Graham
annual Third Seder at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Apr. 26 will be held in behalf of the
Ramleh School, which is being built and
equipped at a cost of SI,000,000 by a commit-
tee headed by Miami Beach communal leader,
Jacob Rifkin. It will be completed prior to the
beginning of 1967 fall term. (Story, Page 8-A).
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However, please do not draw a mistaken inference from those Heinz ads.
The fact iS:
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The u does not mean "Kosher for Passover."
To make assurance doubly sure, we publish this, our annual message.
And we also use this opportunity to wish you and your dear ones a /
Happy Passover.
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"pritileucd poor." Mama and Papa
I cvt'iison I'miyiii poverty iih three
secret weapon hard work* faniil*
pride and. above all. Faith ill idiK.itii'i
The ciaht eomqi Leveusons mad" th<
grade, as hundreds of thousands i
1 iim-i I asi Siders made It. And Sam
Levenson's exuberant retrospect (
.i the year's mosl widely acclaii
hunks. liHjhK'iitally) Is marvelw
readable chapter in the annals of this
wesMne almost contemporary l xodu*
4 |il thai are hungry, let them torn-
in and cat." R.ihhi Htyya, renewnc
B <\ Ionian sage, prefaced ever) nie
iili ihiv literally open mvitatioi ,V
Jo not usually phrase oui imita
with such directness but in Jcwis
homes today, m Brookl) n .>i in Brook-
line as iii ancient Babylon, the sumo
"open house" policy prevails, So '.'
these gala guest-regaling ineicholim:
HONEY GOLDEN CHICKEN
1 : oound] thicken cut in seivmg r"
1 lemon 2 teaspoons ground ginger
Salt i] cupPlanteisOil
14 cup honey
Knli ehlekea pltCCI ith Irrnun. Sprinkle
illi I leaspooa Kinder and sail. ( onihinc
ri.inui- Oil. hnno and rest of uingrr.
Hrush ihillia nilh bOMS mixture. Reasl
at 350" I-. I In 2 ItiHirs. hastinu iicoh-
Miin.iii> ith boae] mixture. Serves 5 m ^.
CINNAMON APPLE SURPRISE
6 tbsps. sugar U tip cinnamon |
11 cup seedless raisins I
a cup Planters Oil
10 cups peeled and sliced baking arr
,8 to 10 large apples)
Combine sugar, dnaamoa and raisin-:
set aside. Brush bottom and sides ol |
2-i|uai i canerok iiii i teaspoon Plantet
Oil. i ini bottom .i"'i miIis with a tlagl
layer ol appb: slices. Carefullj rramti
2 raps ni i'pple slices in layers so thai
apples bake evenly, Drltzk "iiii I table,
spooa Planters Oil sod sprinkle with i In-
namoH-sugai mlxtare. Repeat layering
drbvlbtg ami sprinkling steps, using i
i rmaining innrcdlents. Hake, uncovered] -1'
4imi i fur h minutes, oi until apples ut
.... t'.i-i .in' i'ii aM'iiiall>. Six sen Inu*
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ni i recdom. rhe makers of PlantersOil
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CJAppeal Luncheon
! 2 time Miami Beachites, Dr,
and K-5rs. Simon Wilensky. leav-
ing I r New York, where they
will : part of a triple birthday
!-aiy celebration Head-
mi; i ee generations born on the
first ay of Passover. Dr. Wilen-
sk) Labor Zionist leader, will
be 8! Daughter, Mrs. Bessie
Goldb rg. president of Women's
Bar Association of New York.
mak< it 59. anil for granddaugh-
ter. Irs. Barbara Harris, a
eacher. it will be the 24th
.lso on the party calendar
Wilenskys, a big affair ar-
b> members of the fam-
ily honor of their (50th wad-
dint, nniversary.
* *
R< na an.) latfk Ciment, 1026
Encl Ave.. pi ij ing ho>t to their
son I lelvin, and his bride, Bar-
luring P ii iver week .
Meh took i !i'.ni' of absence
III PI liM at New
Y : I L'nivei i I plans to
brother Xorman's cam-
for C Co mi il seal on
B< entin fam-
ih hictl ludes Norman s
wife. Joanie, and year-old son,
Ivan Sean, will catch up on cam-
paign news and family events
dining the traditional Seder fes-
tivities
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Mrs St '.> Richard Berffer, nee
Francme Donna Blake, daughter
of the C'arlton Makes, of 6886
Brest Esplanade, a junior Dean's
List Student at the University of i
Alabama in Tuscaloosa, has been j
tapped for membership in two
honorary fraternities, Phi Alpha
Theta. national history honor
society, anil Pi Sigma Alpha, na-
tional political science honorary
... A graduate of Miami Beach
High, Mrs Berger has engaged
in a number of activities since
enrolling at the university
Hie was president of the Aloha
Epsilon Phi Sorority, a member
of Triangle Service Honorary.
and accepted to membership on
the Varsity 1).'bating Team .
Her high scholastic average
n the Dean's List, and
-he has ma B-plus aver-
in the School of Education
Over 300 young women who
agreed that "it's fashionable to
give" turned up sporting the latest
in fashions at Westview Country
Club Monday afternoon for the
"No Minimum" luncheon of the
Young Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Mrs. Howard Ayares and Mrs.
Chapter Fetes
Mrs. Miller
At Luncheon
Mrs. Irving Miller was honored
by the Breath of Life Chapter at
,i testimonial luncheon on Tues-
day, "in recognition of 25 years of
outstanding volunteer activities in
behalf of the Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital at
Denver," the nation's only free
treatment, rare and res.'arch cen-
ter for Intractable asthma.
Jonas Kiken. national director
of development, was presented al
th(- luncheon al the Algiers Hotel
ij tribute I i Mrs Miller
A former president of th Great-
er Miami Chaptei. Mrs Millet
also held the office of president
of the South Florida Council of
: which she is current
Ij secretarj She rding sec-
tor the Bre; < hap
ter. which she anize

Mrs Ernest Neufeld and Mrs
Stanley Miller were in charg< ol
reservatioi
Marvin Gillman. who co chaired
the gala event, said that "the
luncheon was a real break-through
for the Young Women's Division
in reaching young women from
Miami Beach and North Miami
Beach sections of the community
South Dade has been traditionally
well represented at all functions of
the Young Women's Division."
Guest speaker for the "No Min-
imum" luncheon was Mrs. Gerda
Weissman Klein, survivor of the
Nazi concentration camps, and au-
thor of her renowned autobiogra-
phy. "All But My Life."
Addressing luncheon guests on
behalf of CJA's local agencies and
services was Mrs. Robert Shapiro,
president of the Young Women's
Division.
Highlighting the afternoon pro-
gram was a fashion show prcsen
tat,on by Sandra Post. Fashion
show commentator was Mrs Dan-
iel Herman
Mori Fremon, Miami Beach
publicist, has won first place
in the non-student category of
the Greater Miami Poetry
Festival of April 1967. with
her 20-line poem, "The Dere-
lict."
Awards Due
Miami Chapter of the National
Secretary's Association will meet
Apr 24 at the Beefster Re>
taurant to crown its '"Secretary of
the Year" and "Executive of the
Sear Mrs Mailene Na> lor, B <
cretarj with the Coral Gable*
hamber of Commerce, is program
chairman
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Hlaleah Miami Springs JWV P t
81. to till the unexpired ten i I
William i: Sydeman has been Herbert Buxbaum who la lee
elected to serve as commander ol Hlaleah for Georgia.
Residents of Point East, 177th St. and Biscayne
31vd., will be the first in the state to enjoy
cowling in a condominium community. The
520.000.000 apartment project includes a S750-
^00 clubhouse for the exclusive use of its resi-
dents. AMF regulation-size bowling lanes with
automatic pinsetters (pictured here) are housed
in the clubhouse, along with a billiard lounge,
two card lounges, sauna steam rooms, three
hobby rooms, meetinq room, and 1,200-seat
auditorium, plus a coffee shop.
LUXURIOUS RECREATIONAL AND SOCIAL PROGRAM
Point East Offers Finest Facilities
Point But, condominium com concerts in a 1.200-seal audi
unity at 177th St. and Hi-eayne rorium, largest one of its kind in
I offers more recreational and Florida The Clubhouse also houses
icial activities than the finest re four AMF regulation size bowling
hotels, lanes with automatic pin-setters
In Ihe 8790.000 Clubhouse, resi \ king-size billiard lout
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Everything
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:ed jnder strict Rabbm.cal superviiion Certificate on request
Two sauna steam rooms, for
men and women, are also housed
in the Clubhouse. Beautifully-
decorated card lounges, each
large enough to hold 120 player*,
plus 30 onlockers, are also part
of tha Clubhouse, along with a
carpeted and mirrored meeting
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.1 o mile long waterfront boai d
walk
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Congregation Beth El
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For Ihtvmm Gafl Ft MUM


Friday. April 21, 1967
''Jenisti fhridHar
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Planning the first anniversary celebration of the Sam Schorr
Memorial Library at Beth Torah Congregation on Friday. Apr.
\Z'.. are Mr*;. Abraham Schorr, Mrs. Sam SchoiT. founder of
the library; Mrs. Mel Rosenbaum. librarian; and Mrs. Stanley
[Cohen, library chairman.
ipr. 21 Friday Eve Beth Torah Service
o Mark Sam Schorr Library Dedication
\;r 21 at the Friday evo-
M-rvices at Beth Torah C'on-
ition, the first anniversary of
ration of the Sam Sehorr
rial Library will be cele
1 ith Rabbi Max A. l.ips
voting his sermon to the
: the book in Jewish life.
i in' library, established by 'be
IT Family in memory of Sam
former president of the
ation and lone time bene-
nOW houses more thai: 2
oks under the direction of
Rosenbtum, librarian.
Stanley Cohen, 1.
.in.
'I'* library services the 800
|c dren o* the Religious School.
I e than 800 families of
ongregation, and the en-
North Miami Beach com
lity with books of Jewish in-
heres! in English, Hebrew and
p.ddish It has been a valuable
ce of reference for the more
I' 'an 125 members of the Adult
Education Institute of the con-
ic egation.
ong those who have eontri-
shelves and major donations
library are Mr. and Mrs
Marguliea, Mr. and Mrs
Dorfman, Mr and Mrs.
>'i>h Berger, Mr. and Mrs
k Goldblatt, Nat Rincler. Mrs
I Schessel. Mr and Mrs. Mat
hrw Kttinger. Mr and Mrs Ralph
bs\ and Mr. and Mrs Ily
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Special projects of the library
this year have been the conduct-
ins of a Jewish Book Month Book
Review Contest for the students
of the Religious School, the forma-
tion of a Book-Readinu Group and
the acquisition of volumes in such
specialized field- as archaeology
and Israel.
M< mben of the library commit-
nclude Mr- .'ames Baruch.
Mrs Larrj Kas-man, Mrs. Meyer
Sherman, Mrs Robert Becker.
Mr Aii. Pasternak and Mrs
lacques Paulen Tho-e who serve
libra n assistants are Mrs
Helfman Mr- Arthur Snyder, Mr-.
I Karp, Mrs, Maurji Goodkin,
Mrs Sam Schorr and Mrs. <>-ear
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Beth David Student Seders
Beth David Congregation was to
hold M i lei s- der for the Nur-
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SW 120th St., on Thursday at 4
and 5:30 p.m., and for the I
giOlM School in both buildings at
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aleevea Mr- Allen Kornbhi
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doib|e brca^e-i witn the drnpr*"!
poke in a baefc Mr- Ra\ Bcrrin
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Theatre Organist
To be Honored
At Victor Hall


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to h- n Sin day when he

a! Hall 294 NW Mth
. 4 and 8 p m under the
of Victor Piano* ana
n on tentative for
..ii- Sharing the spotlight,
i i ruii
ing, will Ik
Conn organ model-
After his unscheduled ap-
pearance in the role of organist.
Baker decided that this was his
forte, and in the ensuing years
was heard by enthusiastic audi-
ences in movie palaces in the
east, and later, in London, where
he also played weekly broadcasts
over BBC.

Why /$ This Night Different ."
will be heard again at the
JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
>BY ITS U NEEDY SICK RESIDENTS
who receive complete nursing care
Thanks to YOU in the
Jewish Community who
have helped mcke it possible with
your contributions and attendance
at the recent Fourth Annual New
Horizons Dinner...
HAPPY PASSOVER!
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MRS. JOSEPH f KEISER, PretHent
SIDNEY SEIGEl, fiecufive Director
Home: 310 Collins Ave.
Phone: 532-6491
Model Seder
At Temple Zion
On at 10:30 .
pupi of Tem-
Pli i- School will be
model S.-i!,r in the
: hall of the temp!,.
" model Seder Haggadah
piled b) B<
nun I doff, edueation director ol
III be used as thx
Thi 4 \
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the coi
t II extend greetin -
;- ol Ml
u
Ben Block,
and Nil- Howard Sacks, chairman.
Neale, Bank Veep,
Featured Speaker
Douglas T Neale,
senior vice
V-^~^W^N-
president of United Bancabarea ol
Florida, Inc., wai foaturod
ipeakei ai the spring meotin
the Pi h ting Industries ol v i
toe held at the Deainille Hotel,
On Apr IB tO 1!
Miami Beach First National.
United National ami Coral Gables
First Nali-inal make up the I nitcd
Banking Group
Neale spoke on Mow Best to
i -e Your Borrowing Powei and
"How to Use Ifone) and Youi
As-et. '
KOSHER hOR PASbOvtR
Available fee Psnsever at Publii Winn-Dine, Leading Indepne< -
MR. PUVPERNIK sti -
PASSOVER Fo' that eit-a -:
' day to_cn visit Pufrpe-- i "i-
\ :ri "3 Fa-take o* Swell PUMve
de'ieacies as Ho> Cake -:
v.t* mead and hnt m ". z -t.'
from Israel; Mara pa- c i -: 11 '
vored to' tne gods w t fe tad
rat o' iq.ci.ri pa ate te~:' -;
Palait.nitn sponge cakes :-:::
ate men and coconut ~-i:i::-i
tna> a mewtli faring aeieet .-:
sptc>aiiy prtpa-ed can: lal
,ou 1 o" y at P. -:;
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RESTAURANT
PANTRY & BAKE SHOP
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TO ALL MY FRIENDS
IN THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY...
I EXTEND MY SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
Very Happy Passover
Dick
Fincher


April 21, 1967
^Jeni^h IhridUor.
Paqe 11-B
McDonald N.M. Bch. Mayor
ill are Morris N. Broad, president, American Savings
. Beach. Ray Monsalvatge, international lecturer, and
,'jlomon S. Lichter, principal, Miami Beach Senior High.
< out i ilman Bill McDonald
c Mayor
"i Noi ii, \i ami Beach on Tuesday
McDonald beat out t<> op
portents tor the posl Ji rrj Linet,
I...... and Gerald Berkell, 953
Incumbent Councilmen Jaj Real
don and eRoj Let j were i etui n
ed to office
Reard n garnered :*.' '-*."> votes
t" to t'avell, 2.018, in
Iroup 6
In Group 7, Levj captured 3,136
,otes ovei Abraham Ruslin's 1.827.
Facing four run ofl races for city
ro'iroil nexl Tuesdaj are the fl
lowing:
i aul Adelstein in Group 2
and Samuel Lift Tall) in the pri
mary was Adelstein, 2.122; Lett,
195.'!. and loser, .icilm Keegan,
I 055
ilk on 'Uncork Your Hidden Talent1 Set at Beach High
student body of the vatgc was l ncork Yon Hidden
i ach High School beard an ralents."
b> Boy Monsalvatge, in- Sponsored by the American Sav
ai lecturer, sales execu ings and Loan Association oi Mi-
ami Beach, Monsalvatge s ap
pearance was arranged b> Morris
humorist, on Friday morn-
lha talk by Monsal
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:ere wishes for a hapy holiday
PAUL BARNETT sol schreiber
RARNE7TS OFFICE SUPPLY
DADE COUNTY
223 N E. 59th Street
Telephone 754-3457
ami Downtown Store Miami Beach Store
134 N E 1st Street 1608 Washington Ave.
r
The Officers, (he Board of Directors,
the Staff, the Students and Affiliate Groups of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
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Extend a Happy Passover to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
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LOUIS MCtWITZER
MRS. SAMUEL I0SNER
PrmtltUnt,
Hob row AcaWomy Wmm+m
(Mil
ALEXANDER S. 6R0SS
Principal
MRS. MORTON LIEIERMAN
ProoJoW, PTA
SIDNEY SPARER
Real Estate
224 SUNNY ISLES BLVD.
Wl 5-6632
Passover Greetings To All
\OH>l \> SIIIIIJ II
Wishes to the Jewish Community at Passover
1LANDALE JEWISH CENTER
MR. MAX I. WE1TZ
N. Broad, president of Ihe assocl
i and Jerrj Lelchuk, \ ice pre
sidenl
The) first came in contact with
the speaker when hv appeared be
fore a meeting <>f Ihe Southeastern
Conference f the U.S. Savings and
Loan League. Broad had also heard
of Monkalvatge from fellow mem-
ben "f the Young Presidents' Or-
ganization.
As ,i graduate ol Miami Beach
High, Broad foil the student body
of his alma mater, as well as the
faculty, 'would enjoy hearing thii
outatanding personality."
HAPPY PASSOVER
VTDALE
ROOFING
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D Asa your postman.
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Always inehicle your Zip
Coda in jreut return add rasa
so others tea easilj Zip mail
to yon,
PuBlishsd at public service in coop-
ttstion *ith lie Mvtrtitnif Council
Abe C'hasan in (iroup :(. who 1 high man in Group 4. will
garnered 1,904 He will run
1-1 the winner in a three wa\
contest featuring Eli Po
1.287: Milton (i Rubin, 1.268 and
Bai nej Weit hoi n
still to !>' decided between Pol-
lack and Rubin 1
9 incumbent Councilman Newton
Levine of Detroit
Joins Local Bank
llanv S Levine, president of
ild Sled Company of Detroit,
Michigan, has been elected to the
,i ..I rjirect rs of the 'apital
k of Mil
Volume st 1 jobber foi consti uc
1 d industry, Levine fre-
eisits thi ea in
pin suit "i busim >rti Hies
on of Li to the
board 0 apital
; bank."
1 an, chair
m.m ol the boai I tal N 1
1 onal Bank and ol 1 apital
shares Inc. a substantial stock
holder of the hank
Cantor Rashin Officiates
Cantor Sol Raahin Will conduct
the Sedorim and officiate during
the entire Passover week at the
Beldevere Hotel. 9th St, and
Collins
run against John Bean In the run
11,! mm' elect ion -I 0
tireei 2 420 i\ an 2 I 1
no, 504
Leading ,1 four wa> raci
ip 5 Wl Til"
wire showed Gerardo, 1.438 1
Rub n. 1.055; and .lack
llecker 559
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BULA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Bella B Kozlofl l- ,. -.il vibrant woman with a I
as bit: as all outdoors Born :n Rusia Bella and her husband,
the late Julius Kozloff, went to Canada with their two chil-
dren, two year-old Benny, who is now married to Helen,
and seven month old Harold, married to Lilly After they
arrived in Canada, before they moved to Detroit, daughter
Elaine was born, who today is the wife of Dr David Reis
man As Bella sees it the most won-
derful thing about having three
children i* that each one has four
children of their own. making
her the proud Grandmother of a
full dozen grandchildren.
The J Kozloff Pish Distribu-
tors was and is Bella's business
A wonderful businesswoman, she
worked with her husband, and
when he became ill. she ian the
herself for 25 years hi
Detroit, Bella i active in all en-
deavors The Kozloffs have been
ng to Miami Bt-ach for 35
years Sixteen years ago, they
bought a house here SO "hat all of
the children could ^et together
'It would be a shame for the four months that I a n I
each yeai not t<> do anything." confided Bella ;o I do a
little here and a little there Hei little is
else's "big Active in organizations such as Bonds foi
Israel. Hadassah. and one nf her favorites, I'
A. > here
Bella i- one of tl
sin- al of those who is
glorj an know i I her and
her tj toward her man) civit and philani
endeavors than she does herself Hei warmth and
fun-loving spirit have
she ha- i' In fact, it is her friends who are carr;
'd in. triumph thi I lion from -li Cits ol Ho|
attend a testimonial i Bellas' honoi in D(
Ha) 7th The) describe hei as A Woman to, Acclaim'
Miami Beach claim her, t
she spend to crowd in mat
specis But
of all of the in:
Bella is a plan, dowi who like-
" I"*''- n i with
friend-, ei 1:
and friendship, a- well -i- 'dication
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
Senator and Mrs.
Robert L Shevin
AND FAMILY
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Mr and Mi NK
St. 1

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irmal dinner Bl
Bud Dickey Club H ev ly-
for a honevmonn in
1 >i their return, the) will
live in Philadelphia
For her wc a floor length f hndal satin
Teaturing an organza yoke and
Ion gsleevea The shoulder length
French illusion was held b) a
headpiece of flowers, and she car-
ried an arrangement of ruse- on
thl 1!i!>'i in8 to t'.i
groom's grandmother
Darielle I .it t was her list) -
maid of honor, and Mrs Edward
Tracton served as matron of
honor Helen Elaine Hbffberg and
Ava Louis Tracton were junior
bridesmaids Best n an to the bride
groom was Sylvan <"ole
New Mrs Weil is a graduate of
V
m*S. ST ANTON Will
North Miami High and attended
Miami Dade Junior College. Her
hn-band has a degree from the
Philadelphia College of Textiles
and Science
/$$ ALONA FEBSHKO
Women's Club
Passover Seder
Treasure House Women's i
will hold a traditional P
. the Deauville Hotel ii
Musketeer Boom on Tin >..,. ,-
6:30 p.m.
According to Mr- Pauline
vid, who i- in charge of an.
ments. some 235 persons are ex-
pected to all.
Alona Fershko,
Brian Einstein
Mr and Mrs Samuel Fershko.
1201 Royal Palm Ave., announce
f theii da ighter,
to Brian Einstein son of
Mi .: I Mr- Robert Einstein ot
Dr
m hool
of M i and Art in V
: >n Miai i
Her fianc
Si
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All
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Ph. 445-6166
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Coaching lot College Skiffs
and College Board f oms
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Marilyn Ho
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Mrs
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pre-'dent of the S
Re ".on of OKI
Salmon Is
North Count) VMM \
mer municipal
of North Miami
An early n
planned.
der'
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'lent of
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Wedding Trip
To Israel For
Harry Saffrans
Mis- Bella V
ot Will*,.
Barre. Pa wa- man - Saffran on Tues
II. at the Soutl race Bom
with breakfas.1 fo iwin| it th*
Southgata Rettai
The bride is the :. ighter of the
late Mr and Mr- \>>e \ Yelen
and sister ol tl
David Yelen, ol i
Rabbi Tibor Sti
munity Syna
at the ceremony
After the Pas
Mrs Saffran i to go to Is
rael for a hone;
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Planters Oil Cookbook Lists Passover Treats
[Uash, from the Passover section of the Planters Oil
Manna" cookbook, team? butternut squash with
i- orange peel, chopped onions and cinnamon.
cdassah Groups in Events Here
*te Towers Group will hold a
ocial event on Saturday
. Apr. 29. 8 p.m., in the
"ii of the North Buildinc
iginal skit. "Optical Illusion."
n and directed by Mrs. Do-
Mondret, will he shown.
tiiilition. the Choral Group,
antor Saul H. Brceh as so-
will present a cavalcade o(
Accompanist at the piano
Mrs Bevyl IX-Witt Mrs
H M Sass is president.
itional Holiday Dinner
e 100 puests are expected
nd the traditional Passover
u Id b) the Albany Club on
j 7 30 p.m.. at the Deau-
Hotel in the Cavalier Room. |
|;im Borkowitz is in charge ;
rangcments.
Morton Towers Group will hold
its closing meeting on Wednes-
day. May 3, 11:30 a.m. at the
VMIIA. 1536 Bay Rd A bagel and
'ox luncheon will be served. A
1 Hook review has been scheduled for
the afternoon's entertainment Mrs
Kmanuel Mentz is president.
Jewish holidays offer special
dishes, often with interesting tradi-
tions Passover specialties are
perhaps the most unique since they
cannot include any form of leaven-
ed bread or grain This presents a
real challenge for the creative
cook who wants to present her
family with varied and interesting
menus during this eight-day period,
But you'll find a dozen intriguing
solutions in the Passover section
of the Planters Oil cookbook.
"Festive Manna." gathered for you
by Miriam Field.
A lavishly illustrated 40-page
cookbook, "Festive Manna" in-
cludes 57 recipes specially keyed
to the holidays, the Sabbath, and
Hist everyday enjoyment old fa-
vorites appear Bide-by-side with
iUCh exciting new Passover spe-
cs as Red Sea Slaw, Piquant
Pike, and Spicy Squash suggested
here Interspersed throughout are
ol h story and legend which
' hi into tradition
Iral il tide unusual wood
i I Bi and de
pts
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Spicy Squash
21 2 to 3 pound.- butternut squash
Boiling salted water
1 4 cup Planters Oil
1 2 cup chopped onion
2 tablespoons sugar
1-1 2 teaspoons grated orange peel
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Wash the butternut squash
thoroughly. Pare: remove the
seeds and string portion and cut
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ivel to Boas
AJComm. 15th
tual Dinner
Boti iras Installed as
,nt of tno Greater Miami
American Jewish Com
at th' 15th annual din-
id meeting on Sunday at the
. Hotel.
-: -[H'akT at the affair trat
-l deputy administrator
elationa of thr
. Resources Administration
Yirk City, ho recently re
n Israel where. :i- .1
troup of American
he participated in
>.y mission. Tho
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Israel (jovern-
el's efforts [n
I I cultural vocational
icers wH will serve with
in 19i;-3 include Mrs.
|r 11 Fir-.>*ein, honorary
if Ai.n Cassel, Raijfci
pi'. R. N*rot, Gerald
Ic^-er, vice presidents; Robc-t
i iro, secretary; Aaron A.
r firjneial secretary;
W Ante, treasurer; Barton
ill, assocu-* treasurer.
i n the executive !<
ilk r, Rabbi
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Morris S
1 .....Ihoff, Eliof M.
J. England -ir.
B. Dr Edward .1
rumkes William
Mrs Morton Hal-
Harris, David 1;
Mr- Larry J. Hoffman.
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s I Mrs. Ray-
ewis Mrs. Sidney I
be .: nt. Mrs. Mil
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Herbert Hochfel-i n, Tan
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No 67 4546
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IBM nt a Passover Musk Fes-
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n featured soloists will be
rrate and Rae Frank, of New
Vlso on the profram will be
liavorin, Sam Wexler, Frie-
vitan, Ida Kovalsky and Re-
Mlm Mrs. Fayc Brucker will
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NOTICE UNDER
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in'.-nd* to register >ii name with
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FRAN WVOlJ. IN--.
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Attorney f-.r M**^, ^.,,
IN THE. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CIVIL ACTION,
No 7-0
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IK>WAItL> Ul IS PLRI>,
Plaintiff.
s>.
SIIIK1.HV SAI.IM PORD,
Defendant.
T(. ISHUUarrV S\1,IM hX>RP
li'iAi-iih PUee. s.W.
SMilllr. W>.-rilnift..ii
You. MnRUSY s.U-IM PORP, ttre
hcrt-by notified that .i Rill ( I'om-
pia.int for IHvon-e has been filed
aicaiu.^t juu, and yiu ur.. requtrrd to
jrrvi- 11 ropy r>f >i.iir AnKwer nr l'leu'd-
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FTCRIMK. SuMe-2W. Ml'. S W t*Jeurie>
Road, rural i}blr!.. Flarldn Ml31 and
file the original Answer or I'L-ulinc
in the. offlise of the Clerk of the <"ir-
on 11 fourr on or before the 24th day
of May. 1967 If you fail to do -.>.
Judgment by default will 'be taken
ajrrnnM ynu for the relief demanded In
the Hill of Complaint
Tftfev ntitlor shaU be publlahed onee
ea< h week for fnur qonnecutlvw week."
in THE JEWISH rtX>RIIIAN.
DONB AND ORDBKRI) at Miami.
Plorida. this 17th day Of April A. D.
1!H>7
K R I.KATHI-TRMAN, Clerk.
Clmuit coia-t, Uftii- County, v. .rHx
(Sw^l; By: U S. ImPH-TTRO
Deputy Clerk
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iN THt COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADF COIMY,
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COUW OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. NO. 67-5924
NOTICE B>Y PUBLICATION
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herel.i notified lh: i '
T'l I--.- has been filed aeatnst
nl you are required to eerve a
of your Annwrr or IMeadlnx to the
I'.inyUint on PialntlfTt Attorney.
P.RN SCHWARTZ. SSI SeVbold Bulld-
mc. Ml.-onl. IHarlda. and file the orig-
inal Answer or I'leadinK in the office
Of the Cle'k of the Circuit Court on
or before the ISth day r.f May, IM7,
. fill to Bo ms. jiidarnent by ,le-
ta'llt w''. !> taken aj;ain?t son for -.he
re!'-' .! .ri-l the Complaint.
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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IN THE ClRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL IN AND POR
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
No. 67.454
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CAKII'AH SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff.
v.
UiSiiKl.AMii SANCHEZ,
Defendant,
TO. l.CIS ORLANDO SAMMIKZ
lTomieria Andin.i. Carrera 11
13-01. Call. Colombia. S A
Y'l" ARM HKRKBY NOTinKD
CbM a Htll of Complaint for I>l\orcs
been tiled ajrainyt you and
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A HAPPY PASSOVE?.
TO ALL A/Y FRIENDS OF THE
JEWISH FAITH
F. S. CfLINCEO\
CONSTABLE
Is New Haggadah 'TinkerY Toy?
CRaaaRl BM ur.-aer cor.>idfration
American Cor.-ervative Judaism
-".jored Ha-
raaatt hi IMC a -Ra&2ada*t cot
the School- by Rah hi Hyenas
Chaooser vat awhbahed by the
the United SyTiaaajne ef AflRaj
tea. the Coarservarrre eee^rega-
taaaai aamciatiez Dr Jlortee
Sire*: direr" the C5 s. eda-
ca-rtor d^BrtmeT: saic tfca- hJkl
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for cU-tmt. c^c-. t. isagn
h^er _bh.-v.a-- : *h- t-v*ook
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f*a. tr a- "-__.__ _dah
saw-i .rr^Cidhi* -
the Trnnr. *ra-
d-tie-.* ver sec : u -fc.
af.ui'Vr-glo ." __.
prxntir.s a- 1MO0 eapaa and
tber* has sine- V^r. a a_B_-B__r
tecona print:
The Tw -G*et
The KidrJush is recited
The be-d of the house recite* the Hewing
and the wine is taken in thanks for C-d s*
yoodaes- and bounty Dunnj the Seder
ritual, es-ervme **** '*hie partakes of
cups of ine to mark G -J I
promise of Israels redemption fr
Lgy-pi. a> re.ounteJ in the Boo* of taodu*.
HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
JACK SILVER
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BLACK ANGUS
Restaurant & Lounge
ahjRaabjaji c this coon-
baa ae arranizatiar.ally-spon
nre__ Haggadah far obvious rea-
son- rtabbi Isra.; Idasan. enecu-
ce-presider: of the Rath
bmiea! Council f America the
rabbrmc arm of *he Union of
Ortr.odox Je-risr Cor.irejUtior.;
said Tha: if a cc?-_rre2--nt asks a
member rabbi bar a Tecornmenda
tior -he p- recommend
the Kasher Eme Haggadah.
which : on
The d af
char.^-- the :Ta:^a-iah ha
beer the occurrence
of Hat ndercLafi events in re
eatd Jewi-h the re-
storation, of brad and the
siaui-h'er r>? .. :\ million
ropean Jews Lb the Nazi fa
canst Both hsve obvi u imp
tions for the HaeEadah Th* E\o
du^ fr^rr; ar.c- nt Egypt and the
Exadus from The death camps of
Europe have a clear paral!*-!
Similarly the restoration of 1-
rael has transplated into reality
tbt- dream encapsuled in the

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dreadful confi:
Jeih bistor) at the h
Saada
Th Seder Ritul
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a- to arhetht r "ht -e two
.*-->uld be rec"
Hapgadah and. if ,.: j>
The gap if it is.
a gap ha-
^-rr.e extent h
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Friday. April 21. 1967
Jewlst fhrHicur
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Ritual, the memorial prayer for
ihe Six-Million composed hy the
late Kufus Learsi, which he in
(ended for incorporation into the
Seder. The idea waa taken up
by ihe American Jewish Congress
'hieb created a Seder Ritual
Committee WD^fhc task of
achieving that goal among .lew
A\ families Through the merliu
ol ihe Jewish press, as well as
<\ distribution of thousands of
ropiei of the text, the Seder Ri-
tual has now become an establish-
ed 'hough liturgically unendowed
'it the Seder ritual.
First Modern Revision
The assumption that the Recon
structionial movement would be
the first among the modernists
'o re ise its Haggadah to Incor
efen nee to these massive
al "> ents turns oul to be
i cl The question is under
(deration, according to Rabbi
Kisenstein. but meanwhile, the
i ests to Jewish
families thai they undertake, on
in ir own initiative, to find and
use appropriate supplementary
material for their Seders The lie
constiuctionist movement may it-
self publish such material as a
supplement to the New Hag-
gadah."
Similarly, the Reform move-
ment is considering a revision of
the I'nion Haggadah to take ac-
count of the restoration of Israel
and of the holocaust Rabbi Reg-
ner said that the CCAR Commit-
tee on Liturgy has .such a revision
under consideration. The Com-
mittee, however, is pondering the
issue as to whether references to
specific contemporary events
should be included in a revised
Everyone takes it easy
At the Seder Table, everyone relaxes
)iist as a prince in ancient times, when
<>nl> free nun were privileged to recline
while eating. 1 hus. when the Israelites
went forth from slaver) out of Egypt.
. reclined while eating a^ a i>mbol of
their freedom.
Greetings to the
JEWISH ( 0MMUNITY
of South Florida
on the
P A S S OVER II 0 LI I) A V S
Ha adah .is such, ot
whether some othet appro:
should bi i red to preset \ e
the principle thai sacred works
should he projected in terms ol
timelessness In anj case, a re-
vision of the Haggadah is viewed
as a matter for much though! and
planning and a revised Union
Haggadah is years awa>
Recalling Their Memory
The Conservative Haggadah for
schools does include a reference
to the tragedy of Kuropean Jewry
All of the organizations have
participated in the distribution
of the Learsi Sedar Ritual What-
ever may eventually be done by
the modernists about Haggadah
revision to include the two great
events, it appears that a very
large number of American Jew-
ish families do annuallj recall
Ihe memorj ol Ihe Six Million
,i ii Sedi i Pressures, it any.
toward inclusion ol reference
to the rebirth ol Israel in the
American observance ol the Se
der seem to be much less urgent
To American Jews, it would
seem, the living reality of Israel
is acknowledged regularly in a
variety of activities on Israel's
behalf. It is sound Jewish tradi-
tion, on the other hand, to create
instruments to assure that the
martyrs of Jewish history will not
be forgotten. That tradition ap-
pears to have made the annual re-
call of the monstrous annihilation
of six million men. women and
children an integral if still not
liturgically sanctioned aspect
of the observance of Passover in
twentieth century American Jew
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Issue of Freedom is Heart of Matter
By HAROLD RIBALOW
MR. JUSTICE Brandcis once
said that 'the Jews are a
people of thinkers; and they have
a passion for freedom." And no
Jewish holiday more dramtically
-. rvei as the symbol of that irce-
dom than Passover.
Jewish historians and editorial-
ists have been pointing out for
man> yean that Passover cele-
brates the firal .-tnke for human
liberty They turn to the Biblical
sti rj "i Moses in Egypt; of th
Hi bn slaves the ten plague*;
stubborn Pharaoh: the Hag
h and the wandering through
after all. is the
i
. Hebrew
: l
Heart of Juc'aism
' l ':
\
'v.- h hom< an
" the
the ti
(I thi Four Qui stlons ;.t
the li tnd the novelists tl
Jo Sinclair, to Herman Wouk, to
the more modern writers] utilize
the Seder as the centerpiece of
Jewish faith for their characters
-
The hands are laved
VS.,-hing or lax inj: the hands is symbolic
of both physical cleanliness and spiritual
concept f purity is
. in the Jewish religion ts stated in
. .nd hygienic
.,. m In fact, cleanliness is often
, >n of godliness.
v
to l-: ael ,i> thi hi art ol
till iis of how (he Seder is marked
m the Cities and the kibbut
of Israel, hnw the
updated by tin modern setl
who feel that the ancient it
of Jewish freedom i- of ;
Jev 1."
',- i tt*
tat<
source material of r.
ningfnl sermons al
continuity of Jewish hi-1
the Jewish love for fn
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I
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> legist flrr/rtfon
enslaved peoples, including (he
American Negro fishtinj; for his
own equality in a free society
which is somewhat lest free for
him And Moses himself ii the
symbol not only of the Law-Giver
but of the leader who led his peo-
ple into and almost out of the
wilderness and prepared them
for rtspansible freedom in^rt**-
land td aside for them bv the
Lord.
\V can. however, read the story
of F-assover in contemporary
terrm and by doing so. we can
discover new meanings in the
eternal story. Freedom, we learn,
must be earned: it does not come
automatically, even when the
Ix>rd in "on our side The Heb-
rews enslaved by the Egyptians,
were not entirely willing to give
up the securit) of their enslaved
state and face the challenges of
the unknown desert and its hard-
ships They did not always will
ingly follow Moses, who had to
drive them, cajole them, lecture
to them, encourage them and
guide them.
Gold.n Cftlf Worihip
And when they finally allowed
themselves to be led from Egypt,
the land of oppression, to the un-
known and harsh desert, they re-
belled and questioned Moses'
leadership. They turned away
from him when he vanished for
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The Karpas is a small piece of parsley or
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God. but the Golden Calf. They
regretted having left Egypt,
whose fleshpots were denied
them. They were willing to give
up liberty for the sake of se-
curity, even though that security-
was wrapped in pain and misery.
It took a stubborn, relentless
leader to keep them together to
weld them into a people, to persu-
ade them that, in the end. se-
curity without freedom was false
security and safety. It was worth
wandering for forty years, Moses
taught them, to avoid permanent
enslavement. Freedom, he stress-
ed, came hard, but it was worth
striving for. no matter how long
one had to live without it. It was
a dream to be pursued, to be
fought for, to attain, no matter
what the cost.
What makes Passover meaning-
ful is that its lessons were well
taught and the Jewish people,
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By ELIEZER RIMON
GUESTS arc not infrequent at
the Seder. .Ml the relatives
are sure to come, unless they
have their own Seders and it MM
the custom for good Jew's to
search out the lonely and the
stranger to unite them. "I.et all
who are hungry partake." the
master of the household recites.
raising the unleavened bread.
. the beginning ot the
Seder
But there is one rather m>
tterioui visitor for whom a spe-
cial cup of wine is poured in ad-
vance at every Seder. He doesn't
usually appear at the beginning
Maybe its part of the
seem rj so to speak, for. as 1 have
said, he is ; very mysterious kind
nl being But on the other hand,
it may be simply for a more
practical reason Suppose on the
same Seder night you had to be
in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, in
New York and Chicago and
Hut-no Aires and Copenhagen
Denmark The chances are you
would be a little late. too. The
wonder is thai h,- does it at all.
but he does have extra swift
means of transportation.
Of course the one I refer to
could l>e none other than Klivahu
Hiding the Afikomen
There are three matzahs on the Seder
Plate The head of the house take* the
middle one. divides it. and wraps the
larger piece in a doily The child who find*
it m-\ ask for a prize for returning it as
the Afikomen (last bite eaten All of
this arouses curiosity and Keeps the chil-
dren interested during the entire Seder
performance,
Ha-nas i (Elijah, the Prophet
Us mi onij mi >' swi night he
is busy. The fact is. he
around all the other 300 dayi "i
the year busy, for he employs
himself in doing good and in that
business there is no -lack season.
The onlv trouble with that busi-
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use a jet plane or maybe one of
those supersonic planes they are
talking about? It must be. be-
cause surely no one could make
these trips by bus.
In every home holding a Seder,
we know that during the course
of the Seder, the for Eliyahu lla-navi to enter. It
may be of course that on account
of the pi eat number of homes, a
few are skipped, but one can
never be sure, for he is a man of
infinite disguises. The very poor
stranger, whom the father of the
household has invited to be his
jniest and who seems so beaten
and quiet, may be our mysterious
visitor.
Everything for Good
He i* apt to be the person least
Mi.-pected. Take a particular case.
Dunne the reign of the Emperor
Hadrian in Rome, the Roman
police were instructed to seize
Rabbi Meier Thvv went to all the
places where the rabbi was
known to ro but could not find
him They went to the roads run-
ning out of the town and asked
at the inns if they had seen
Rabbi Meier. At several of the
inns, they were told that a man
answering the rabbi's description
had in fact been seen. He was
walking along with a painted
woman of the street.
But do you know that the
painted up doll who was walking
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'"%

"This is the Bread of Affliction"
rhe .Seder Plate is held high by the head
of the house-recalling Israelite suffering
in Egypt, as symbolized by the matzah,
bitter herb* and other items on the plate.
This is the Bread of Affliction" is recited,
inviting all who are hungry to come and
eat and celebrate the Passover joyfully.
with Rabbi Meier was Eliyahu
Ha navi. who had put on this dis-
guise to get the Romans off the
rabbis track?
Another time, the good Jew
N'ahoum. famous for his savin-.
"Everything is for good." was
carrying a casket containing a
jewel for a Roman potentate. To
his horror, as he was about to
step up to the monarch in the
castle, he noticed that the jewel
had be-n stolen and plain earth
substituted. The monarch might
be so offended, and he would in-
stitute a massacre against the
Jews. But Nahoum repeated,
"this is also for good" and as he
opined the casket showing the
earth, a court official stepped
forward and said "Your Majesty,
this earth is made of the most
wondrous material with which
yon can win great victories in
war. It is more powerful than
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Dag Hammarskjold, ?Martin Buhcr
By SAUL CARSON
come daj a full stud) will be
** ritten, showing thai
Hammarskjold, the late Secretary
General of the United Nations,
ami Martin Bubt r, the great ievt
ih philosopher, had walked -
parately hut simultaneously the
same path toward understanding
of religious existentialism.
We have now a now work point
Lng to that understanding. Un-
fortunately, in this book, Buber i-
only an afterthought, literally an
appended "note,' The book, for
the first time, examines Dan Ham-
marskjolds deep spiritual quali-
ties, qualities through which the
man known to the world chiefly
as the UN executive diplomat had
combined so thoroughly the ac-
tive life of the outside world with
the contemplative life of the spi-
ritual man
Digging Deeply
Henry P Van Deusen, former
president of t'nion Theological
Seminary, in New York, came to
write this book. Dag Hammarsk-
jold. The Statesman and His
Faith'* s' deeply into Hammarskjolds
life in the cour.-t of reviewing the
K
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"Why is this night different?"
This question is asked by the youngest
child at the table. The head of the house
reads the answers from the Haggadah,
recounting the miraculous deliverance of
the Israelites from Egypt, their brave
march of Faith into the wilderness of
Sinai to worship the C-d of their fathers.
UN chief's posthumously-publish
ed diary. "Markings." Fascinated
by that diary, which showed a
facet of Hammarskjolds life, his
inner life, previously unknown
to. e\en unguessed by. the world,
the theologian went one step
further
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"his parental i
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* Jf n ist Fhridliar
the medieval mystics." In pass
mjj he noted also that Hammai-k
jold had wmc dose to Spinoza
But. evidently because he had not
overed the availability of
Hammarskjold-Buber correspond
until his book was almosi
ready for publication. Dr. Van
Dusen made up for his oversight
with that appended "note." sub-
ri adj for publication "note,' sub
titled Dag Hammarskjold and
Martin Buber It remains. th< n
fore, for Other hands perhaps
for I)r Van Dusen himself in a
subsequent work to cany that
thought further.
Tht Single Channel
How did Hammarskjold and
Fuher the first a scion of one
ef Europe's oldest aristocracies.
the other a scion of one of Ju-
daism's oldest aristocracies
manage to fuse into one single
channel of spiritual thought? The
nser is really quite simple
Both came to then common cause
through a combination of what
has been called the "via activa"
with the "via contemplative "
Both were doers as well as
thinkers Both were immersed in
the histories of their respective
peoples. Both drew upon their
respective national and family
traditions for the enrichment of
their inner lives Where Ham
marskjold learned practical poli-
tics from his lather. Buber learn
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lord's mercy, compassion and redemp-
tion .. ."because He passed over the house
of the children of Israel in Egypt when
He smote the Egyptians and delivered our
houses." <,Ex. 12,'27).
fd hi> from dnp involvement in
tht Zionist movement. ,lu>t ,i-
Hammarskjold learned theology
and ethics from bis mother, so
Hubtr learned of Judaic studies,
first from h\~ grandfather, later
through his own researches into
Hassidism.
There was only this difference:
Buber wrote of his inner life, dc-
voting his literary output to an
exposition of Hassidism and to ln>
development in the field of reli-
gious existentialism. Hammarsk-
jold. on the other hand, kept his
own spiritual involvements large-
ly to himself, rarely revealing his
inner thoughts except, privately.
to some of his very closest inti-
mate- Even to the latter, he had
given no hint of what would be
revealed in "Markings Only
once in his public career in a
radio statement for a program
conducted by the late Edward R.
Continued on Page 10-C
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Dag Hammarskjold, Martin Buber
Continued from Pa^e 9-C
Murrow did Hammarskjold
pal out his credo, a very sig-
nificant documentation of his per-
sonal, spiritual background. How
ever, that happened lopg before
he had learned of Buber and the
Jewish philosopher's work
hence Dr. Van Dusen's reliance
on that statement and the near-
miss regarding Buber's influence
on Hammarskjold.
Personal Paean to God
Toward the end of his life.
Hammarskjold wrote (in "Mark-
ings") a personal paean to God.
a prayerful hymn, which not only
extolled the divine but also re-
lated, with absolute directnc^-.
to the teachings of Buber. "Give
us." he intoned, "a pure heart
that we may see Thee, a humble
heart that we may hear Thee, a
heart of love that we may serve
Thee, a heart of faith that we
may Live Thee." And he concluded
this prayer with
Thou
Whom 1 do not know-
But whose I am.
Thou
Whom I do not comprehend
But who has dedicated me
1
Why are Matzahs eaten?
I he head of the house points to the
MaUah on the Seder Plate. This is sym-
bolic of the haste in which the Israelites
started their valiant march out of Egypt.
I he> did not have time to allow the dough
of their bread to leaven. So They baked
unleavened cakes (matzah) from the
dough which they brought forth out of
Egypt." (Es. 12.39).
To my fate.
Thou
This entry wa> made in his
Markings" under the date of
.luly lil. 1961 just two months
before Hammarskjold* trajric
death while on a peace mission
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to darkest Africa. Two days be-
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Hammarskjold had wntter ..
warm letter to Buber. atating thai
"the last few da>< I hav t been
reading some studies of yours
Continued on Pf* S-C
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fUnisl-Mrirftnr)
Page 11-C
Prophet Elijah Has Busy Schedule
Continued from Pag* 7-C
swords and battering ranis. And
so it proved
Well, how did this come about?
It could have been done only in
one way. The court official was
Eliyahu Ha-nai i.
Once he canae acreaa a poor
man sobbing. Hi.-, wife and chil-
dren were Starving, The poor
man prayed to God to take him
waj that at least he would not
witness the agofcy of his family.
Just then a passing slave buyer
passed. "QuicV, said Kliyahu
Ha-navi, sell me to that slave
and driver and you uill have
money for your family for a
year."
"1 cannot do that", said the
poor man Hut Kliyahu was
verj superior sort of person .mo
sold him to the King, hist at the
time, the King needed a new pa-
lace and. hearing thai Eliyahu
knew all about architecture of
fered him Ins freedom as soon as
he would design a neu palace for
him
Within a few day a neautiful
new palace appeared-and Eli-
yahu Ha-navi of course had his
freedom.
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their life with hard labor, in mortar and
in bricks, and with all manner of work,
in ihe field. ." (.Ex. 1, 14).
going along wondering where he
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Issue of Freedom is Heart of Matter
Continued from Page S-C
through the ages, remembered
the message of I'assover Its
meaning was carried forward in
the battles of the Mansehm
against the Syrians, who tried to
impose their own paganism on
the Hebrews It had meaning to
the martyrs of Masada. who pre-
ferred death to a "freedom" with
out religious rights. See how far
the concept of freedom had de
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courageous Jews of Masada who
fought and fought against the
greatest empire on earth and.
when they could fight no more,
defied their conquerors by re
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Romans but killed themselves in-
stead1
Their Own Society
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before them had learned, that
t*
Why the hard-boiled en?
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freedom was worth any sacrifice
but it was not a jingoistic, nor
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Even though Israel was now a
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Friday. April 21. 1967
>ears. it ii quilt- remarkable that
the slaves survived. To those who
ha\e seen Masada. its grim ruins
overlooking barren lands, the
meaning of freedom takes on
added depth.
And yet freedom is not a con
stant element in Jewish history;
once won. it is not a permanent
condition The Jews of the Orien-
tal countries, living passively for
decades in A rab*i*neU, bej;an to
Mir with the establishment of Is-
rael. Backward as they were in
many respects, they were willing
to enter airplanes (fearful birds
of passage to their fifteenth-cen
tury minds) and come to Israel,
because they wanted to be free
The Jewi of Eastern Europe
:n the urlutnf the COUMIUI 1st
km -\ thai the Passover
f the past ... their future
' f deliver;
ill .1- Hoses Hd

s ... ., .
'
Rea;on For Permanence
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at a) time wl
. la; as ,
"' ii historical event,
to use a cur-
rent term, a- a tradition, eon
tfouea t<> animate all mank
CKflTINGS TO ALL
Not "Jwtl Another" Eating Place
Kenny's Restaurant
Ah Ctniilionti
Phone 374-4658
200 N.E. 1*4 AVENUE
Opm 24 Mmm
MIAMI, FlOtlOA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CENTER
PHARMACY
Phone PL 1-2924
Prescription Specialists
9721 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Dir Opp. Shores Theatre
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ELI CRESPI'S
GATEWAY
RAMBLER
1650 NE. 163rd STREET
Ph. 945-5311
tings tc
electronic
COMPANY
2701 N.W. 42nd Avenue
Phone NE 5-0421
Miami. Fla.
Holiday Greetings to All
bom
the
Chuck Wagon
Owner "Beanie" Cabral
250 Opa Locks Blvd.
OPA LOCKA
Elijah's Cup; the open door
^ hij; cup of wine is set in the center of
the table for Liijah; and a door is opened
ide .it the completion of Grace Flijah
>. d's messenger and protector of the
elites in .ill apes It it prophesied that
he will some da) appeal with the glad
if ihe salvation .md redemption
. : .: manl r.d.
the s
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t-ii anu. i ;
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11
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they
But ihe spai k. i
struck, never uas destroyed The
III ST WISHES
from
Aerodex, Inc.
Aircraft Engines
Specialist
Miami International
Airport
887-0241
GREETINGS
LEES TACKLE,
Inc.
E;*sr shed 1920
324 NE. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
AIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
..
Alexander's
AIRMXES
RKXT-A-CAR
Ph. 634-8585
2699 N.W. 42 AVE.
leJeune Rd., Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Yc-ur FIGURE Problem
Is NO PROBLEM to the
PERFECT
COItSET SHOP
1755 SW 8th STREET
Miami, Florida
Fit 9-9837
had
in

"' his scho-
lai -
aps ii is in Passover that
(hi J< xplain to the woi Id the
reason for their permanence.
GREETINGS .
MIAMI BEACH
AWNING
CO.
CANVAS PRODUCTS
Serving Miami Beach
All Year Round
1125 -5th STREET
531-7345
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TRAIL
DECORATORS
Fine Reupholslermg
MODERN OR
ANTIQUE FURNISHINGS
Slipcovers Cushions
5410 S W. 8th STREET
445-8396
Hoiiday Gi- el
ARTHUR R. KINGSIEY CO.
FHA Mortgages
TO BUY and SELL PROPERTY
8340 N.E. 2nd AVE.
First Federal Bldq., Suite 222
PL 4-3567
Free Darking in Rear
GREETINGS
Ml I ICO IHO\
& METAL
3170 N.W. North River Dr.
Phone NE 5-1335
am
in Service ...
lAur
in Convenience!
t -" 's; Net.cnal .ally all personal and business banking
s are located on the first floor motor bank facilities ac-
ccmn odatc .-.c wa) --affic and provide 12 onve-in teller windows
"g >s available ir the pacing gaiage while
- service and maximum
k to Mil
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HOLIDA1 GREETINGS
Pinewood Acres Private School
9500 SW. 97lh Avenue Miami, Florida
Phone 2713211
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
STEEiMAN CATERERS
1009 SW. 27th AVENUE Ph. 443-2826
Happy Passover to All Our Friends and Patrons
UNIVERSITY CABS
CORAL GABLES
Phone HI 4-1616
Auto Rentals-ChauffeursCars for Hire-Delivery Service
MIAMI # SOUTHWEST
Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday .
* IN LCS ANGELES ........................... IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S
* Dl CHICAGO ............................... ITS HENRICI'S
* IN NEW YORK ............................................. IT'S LINDY'S
* I.Ni MIAMI BEACH IT'S .
WOI I IIS
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue
THE JEWELRY STORE CF TOMORROW
KINGSLEY JEWELERS
AND DIAMOND BROKERS
-".:- NGS TO "ERS
MR AND MRS -lOYEES
513 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 538-4244
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND POLICYHOLDERS
.
NEW EMGLAND LIFE
FOUNDER OF MUTUA. LIFE INSURANCE IN A"-r.rfl ]835
GEORGE D. FARRINGTON, General Agent
1401 SW. 1st Street
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Friday. April 21. 1967
OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES
Spector and Sons, Inc.
"WE BUILD FLORIDA"
575 SW 22nd AVE. Phone 374-8401
Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons
Milana'* Italian lloslauraiil
& Venetian Cocktail Loange
in Specialties Steal : zza Ch<
1774 N.W. 183rd Street Phone 624-3624
BEST WISHES FROM

Miami, Miami Beach and All Florida
Schwebke, Shiskin & Associates, Inc.
LAND PLANNERS ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS
SOIL MECHANICS
18800 NW 2nd Ave Miami Phone 624-8471 or 927-2871
Dade County Resident Since 1906
A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE
J3oats, Machinery, Office, Safes, Houtebold, Concrete Pouring Movi
Anything34 Years of Experience in the Creator Miami Area
239 N.W. 26th STREET Phono 635-6611
HAPPY PASSOVER from
MR. AND MRS. DAVID L. POST
Tint and Curl Flair Fashion & Hair
Beauty Salon Beauty Salon
18346 N.W. 7th Ave. 163rd St. Shopping Cntr.
Arcade Building
NA 4-3331 Wl 7-7456
LARRY MARKS A COMPAXY
MANOfACTURttfRS DISTtWUTOtS WHOIESAIE
W0MIHS, HUSSIS' I WWOKS' DM SSI S, COATS t SU/TJ
Marks IMf. 120 N.W. 204 Street Miomi, Flo. Pkaxe Ft 0 2*31
TO ALL GREETINGS -
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 WE. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
V
Phone FR 4-4733
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Itonol Kosh>r I ooil Market
The Finest in Kosher Meats at Super Market Prices.
5987 SW. 8th STREET Phone 667-3733
The Meaning of Murder in Chicago
By MAX LERNER
Bf\ond the immediate horror
mi the murder of eight Chicago
nurse*, what stay* In the mind
is the senselessness, the helpless
ness, the sheer hlank absurdity
of i' Multiple killings are always
senseless because the killer can-
not have an) personal relation to
a chance collection of people; his
motive has nothing to do with
them as people nor with anything
the) have done, but only with
something in himself that clam
ors for expression and chooses
them as the target of the mo-
ment
Paranoid Belief
That was true in the case of
Howard L'nruh, who killed
I |< ause oi a paranoid be-
lief that his charactei was being
defamed; of Charles Starkweath
who killed n without res
or remorse: of the Clutter famih
killing which Truman Capote
wrote about; of the 11 stranglings
of Boston women.
Because these killings are BO
random, there is a sense of help
lessnesa in confronting them
When someone kills out of hate,
pre history and a kind of logic
..The
.. One
.. Stop
..Shop !
"FABULOUS
DIAMONDS"
1340 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Wish to extend to
all their Patrons
A
HAPPY PASSOVER
.. Iliiblfhs
. Itonah's
.. And
. Itt'Oils I
A Happy Passover
to my Customers 6 Friends
THELMA DAVIS of the
LITTLE RIVER
KNIT SHOP
8206 Nf.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 754-3121
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4222 SW. 75th AVE.
Miami
Ph. 223-1851
AL & JACK ZISMAN
Best Wishes for
A Happy Passover
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
PHONI Fl 4-1111
HiO Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
anger, jealousy, the killing has a
that keeps us from seeing the
world as chaos Even the mass-
killing that we call war has. after
centuries, taken on some form in
our minds
But how can anyone find de-
sign, whether divine or any othei.
when eight young women who
happen to Ik- under the HUM
roof fall prej to the stalking tcr-
ror in a deranged mind' The
modem city, with a police force
which worked bo well hi tracking
down the man accused of the kill
i, is helpless in trying to pro
i..! it- millions ol people against
.i crime like this
oi om societ) m il yel
1 he popular response to this
ciimc ha i lie'
whuh level* all crii
-hock and terror lo the
i hanical
duces the sensational to the
banal
About the Storms
l he ease of Richard Speck
casual laborer, seaman, drifter
has --till to be judged before the
courts In time we shall know
more about the storms and tur
moils that rage in the mind of
such a man. even though outward
A HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
Sol MogdVll
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone IE 8-8551
0UAIITY COPH AT
icnvtsr possibu paras
for HOTEL-MOTEL
2.000 Rill* to Choose from
CARPET YOUR ROOM
for on'y $40.00*
20 sq. yds. limit
PAULS CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4-8435
Mr. & Mrs. David Kaplan
and Children Monroe,
Olivia and Marshall
extend to all their Relatives
and Friends A Very Happy
Passover
GREETINGS
Bly's Garage
GENERAL REPAIRS
ALL MODELS
232 SW 2nd Avenue
Phono FR 1-6804
HAPPY PASSOVER
CARPET MART
970 S.W. 8th Street
LOUIS & MARY PLOTKIN
Owners
Phone FR 3-0574
ly he may seem much Hke the
many others who live on the niai-
really of it.
Before the hunt for Sp,
under way. a Chicago psychiatrist
speculated on the kind ol man
who could have COfflmftte 1 tin-
multiple murder He talked ol
his hatred of women, and of the
violent sexual need- he felt which
were somehow satisfied bj kil
ing The psychological picture hi
drew may or may not fit the man
who i- finally adjudged the nun
del it But whether It I m
m points to a problem II
km lety is perhaps fart hi
solving than it has evei
Death Drive
li i- ili<- piobl< m "'
F th<
'i drivi One n
book, "in Cold
il the two killci
I) was thai it su
tolerablj well in tracii
tortion of the icual i
in the case ol Perry Sn
The psychic trail led ba
a lurid and brutal parental '
a pathetic boyhood, a life of drift
ing and fantasy, of gra' I
schemes and violent actm-
A HAPPY
PASSOVER
BLUE BIRD
BAKERY
8522 BIRD ROAD
MIAMI
Telephone 226-2361
A HAPPY PASSO".
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
:' R i ad Trr. -
Painting Color Match
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repairs
3647 N.W. 36th STRETT
Phone 633-0181
HOLIDAY GRf I N
li m ntu's
GULF Service Station
Open 24 Hft. A Day
1725 NE 79th ST
(CAUSIWAT
NORTH BAY VUlAGC
Phone UN 5-9268
J'MMY VABBONE
TO All GiifTIWGS
BAKER PHARMACY
PRESCRIPTION SPECIA. "5
PImm* TU 1-9963
400 PALM AVINUE
MIAtfM, UOtlDA
GREETINGS
Eunice Denison
HOTEL PERSONNEL
SPECIALIST
"Staffing Pres'>ge H
the World Over
1690 Alton Road
Phono JE 4-4741
MIAMI BEACH
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Priday April 21. 19G7
* Jfi*t fhridHrtr
Page 15-C
story of the killer of the young
nurses, if it Is ever adequately
written, may in its own way offer
.1 similar combination of early ir
rable injury, of unfulfilled
iced, of brutal compensations for
the failure of normal fulfillment
I am not trying to prejudge
either the legal case or the pq
(holofiical history of Richard
Speck. The dramatic correspond
ence between the police drawing
made from the description given
bj the surviving young nurse and
Speck's photograph is now well
known The correspondence of
fingerprint- is part f (he ,.vl.
dence to be presented to the jury
The wrist slashing suicide at-
tempt which led to the arrest ,s
also part of the psychological rec-
ord, as of the legal record.
All that I am suggesting is the
larger problem that goes beyond
Speck or whoever, to the danger
ous distortions and frustrations
which may lead to such lethal
violence, and which on the whole
we handle badly m our society.
Our tendency, after a particularly
gruesome ease of this sort, is to
call for a stricter clamp down on
the sexual drive in our young
people, a more repressive set of
codes, a more rigorous refusal to
do anything meaningful about
sexual education. This is to fight
a dynamite explosion by spraying
it with gasoline.
Dag Hammarskjold, Martin Buber
Continued from Paq 10-C
which I had not seen before"
It was clear, from what follow-
ed ;n the next week, that the
studies to which he referred in-
ed Bubers monumental 'i
I hou" and that Hammar iolri s reference to himself and
rhou" used that term for the
divinity in the Bubcnan sense
On Hanimarskjold's last day at
IN headquarters, prior to his
departure for Africa and
i-artyrdom he wrote to Buber
n, informing the man in Jeru
-71 that he had embarked de
finitely on a translation into Sue
ish of Bubers "I and Thou."
Dr Van Dusen adds a piquant
note It rums out that, while
Hammarskjold had already pro-
posed to the Swedish Academy
iof which he was a member) that
a Nobel Prise for Literature be
given to Buber. he had some
doubts on that score and suggest
ed. alternatively, that the Nobel
award to Buber be given in-
stead as a Peace Prize Within
a week after posting his last let-
ter to Buber, Hammarskjold met
his death leaving behind 12
pages of his start of his Swedish
translation of "I and Thou."
Because of the Hammarskjold-
"note" in the Van Dusen book
appearing even after the formal
epiloque this work is of great-
est interest to all who are inter-
ested in Bubers vast influence
on the world at large. But. that
issue aside, the Van Dusen hook
is a scholarly treatise that p
Hammarskjold s spiritual life
and its combination with the
earthly "practical" into sharp
focus, worth the attention of any
scholar, not onlv theological but
lay.
Dr. Van Dusen's contribution
to Hammarskjoldiana a life of
study increasing yearly, and well
worth the efforts of both authors
and readers is absolutely out-
standing.
tUMUlt
Passover
Greetings..
from the Staff
UJVCG
SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSI STATIONS
AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Waffs
FM -105.1 MC -160.000 Waffs
THE OFFICERS,
DIRECTORS AND STAFF OF
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
extend
best wishes
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
-vi
FIACKER FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI
Downtown: Branch:
101 N.E. 1st Avenue Biscayne Shopping Plaza
PaJ H. Marks
Qn xn an of the Board
Nathan Melteer
President
Herschel Rosenthal
Exe-; jriv Vice President
TO AIL GREETINGS
NATIONAL
TITLE
COMPANY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 SW 27th AVE. Ph. 444-1601

Eranches:
Huntingtcn Medicc! BIdg.
Ton Lauderdale
if yy
WlilOPU /" rt.-.-OVTI'
AND BEST WISHES TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SENATOR
Robert M. Haverfield
SAM TRAURIG and WALTER TRAURIG
Extend Best Wishes to all their Friends for a Happy Passover
TRAURIG
TELEPHONE 633 153"
iNSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
3061 NW 7th STREET SUITE 235
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33125
TO ALL GREETINGS -
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR COUNCILMAN
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MOIf-ffM V. MNC.
MORENO SEWING MACHINE ATTACHVENTS
2247 N W 2nd AVENUE FR 1<3311
CARLO MORENO. President


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Friday. April :.
He plays baseball with his son. helps his daughter with homework, gives his family affection and security.
But he is neglecting an important family obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other family
obligations, these arrangements must not be overlooked B\ plan-
ning ahead, decisions can be made calmly. The) can be made
without emotional pressure The> can bo made *isel) And
ean be made together as a famil) unit It you have not yet fulfilled
this obligation to your fumily, we urge you to do so now. In this
way, you can be certain that your famil) will not sutler needlessly.
MAM S MOST BtAUT.FUL 6XCLUS.VELY JEWISH CEMCTIRY
0505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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OF MIAMI BEACH
Your bank at tee head of the MaJ
.Vashanfton Ave. at \ inrrnn Rd. Mail Phone S36-7&31
S Mort Zimmerman.
Chairman oi tne Boaro
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:ST WISHES
----- PASSOVER
iST -S5CVE?
Manny's Rptttaurant
1657 MERIDIAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Max I Dvi-r.er
RARHAEi M. LVi
UNIVERSAL AIRCCNDITIONING & HEAT
SALES & SERVICE, INC.
16519 N.E 6h Avt 945-1810
-TTNGS TO ALL
PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO.
9265 S DIXIE MWY. Ph. MO 7-6461
So?-, slag ng in Acreage, Homes, Sus.ness Proper*.
A HAPPY T-ESSACH
N. MENDELSON & SONS KOSHER MEAT MARKETS!
621 Washington Ave 1354 N.E. 163rd St.
Miami Beach N. Miami Beach
Under strict Rabbinical Supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS
E. "Buck" Leathernian
Clerk of C rcuit Court
Mr and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE and Sen*
LARRY and JEFFREY and Daughter LISA KAREN
of the
ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS
EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DADE REMOVAL SERVICE
Serving the Mortuary Profession
7501 N.W. 96tfi STREET
Phone 696-1452
BEST rVTSHES TO AIL for c HAPPY PASSOVER
M. & M. DRAPERY SERVICE, INC.
7 50 N.V, :4rr STREET Ph. 373-7174
rV CHAE1 HI SS Owner
Passover for Our Men in \ iet Nam
IJHA TRAMG. I Pa^i
" been a
time (or rcinioo. At this time of
I ear Jew tab fiiilwa separated by
miles, oc cope ti ana aod events.-
nornralh rather for We n H lit
and re-enactment of tae Passover
message and story
Here :n Vietnam, many thou-
sands of mtaes from our homes,
yet suii part of a familya large
family devoid of parents, wives,
children, brothers and s.sters
a family of men. separated
ihfWgfe ~*.oo and r.t-ce-
from dear ones baci home and
-iner by i com a* on
be men come from
.1 ferent
-i many bt
on Jews.
Faas Lt
coir. the
I
The *b* it a Passover creerin*,
to *h American Jewnn conv
mutiity from rKe Jewish cr*o-
i*ns m Vietnam Ernest O.
Lapp. "*io B Saltimen cTO
ii M. Greensoan.
'.me for recalling our past and
our blessings at this particular
era in our history.
te gather
Here in Vietnam, from the
largest installation to the small-
est outpost. Jewish military men
will gather for the Seder to be
counted as Jevs and to recount
the events that have brought us
to This point Men -rationed in
the northern part of the Republic
of Vietnam iii -auier for Pass-
over al Da Kaag ith < bapiam
David B Saluman The men
he central section will
gather in Nha Prang with ( aap-
Laifl r.rr.e^t D '. pp. and from the
nern >ecua at t.tc c-hapei
ia .salmon \t 'hese
cotr.pie" rirr. *ill be


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PASSOVER GREETINGS
NICK & ARTHUR'S
RESTAURANT and LOUNGE
Over 27 Years of Gourmet Dining
in Greater Miami
1601 79th Street Causeway Phone 866-9759
PASSOVER GREETINGS I
WH*S bu LatTO:\TI<:*S.%
A DIVISION OF
THE WIG CORPORATION OF AMERICA
EST WISHES IAPPY PASSOVER
YOI Xl.liMMIII IIIMM l\l. CO.
RAY a iiGOD
1100 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-2 501
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weintraub
and Family
Wish All ThtS Relatives and Friends
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
9290 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE
Miami Shores
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TARASCH PHARMACY
6::-9961
NA 1 2881 U315 N.W. rw A*nue
HAPPY PASSOVER TO AIL
from
3REN HOFSTAD7ER AND FAMILY
YOO-HOO BEVERAGES
590 W 83 d ST;Er. HIAIEAH
danm a< well as to those rr
who find themselves far fr
major installations and .
in tasks of utmost importance
the field. Supplies of Litera-
Haggadot. chicken dinner'
zuzot and other specific Jew
supplies, which have been
through your generosity. anil
low our men to have a net
meaningful rassover.
Your material gifta are
ant. bat the Mipport and eng-
agement that they repr* -
i our time of separa'
r.eed are a major factor
nuir.g high morales
men involved ;n this dam
Support and Encavrateme--
iiin* wghotH
:.-
rat and i >n nd pride
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POOM
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RICHMOND
Fine Men's Clothes
201 E. Fiagler Street
Miami
300 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
v
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iwranr
RETAIL INDUSTRIAL
Acoustical Ceilings
and Partitions
275 NE 59th STREET
757-0315
TO ALL GREETINGS
r Ceafrwf TV S*t
Stern Electrical
Engineering
Fetter? fMftriiMrtar
KA ladws ADMMAl TV
Sales and Sarvica
DUMONT
5100 S.W 8rh STREET
Phono HI 6-6540
The lest far less"
A HAPPY
PASSOVER
Kern Awning
Company
3520 N W 50th STRET
hone NE 5-206S


Friday. April 21. 1967
Jmlsi> fir r Man n
Page 3-D
They. too. are refugees in the Viet Nam war. caped. The U.S. Agency for International De-
as were our forefathers in their flight from velopment is seeking civilian specialists to
Egypt to the Holy Land. These children from help resettle 1.5 million refugees.
Hoa Binh are among the lucky ones, who es-
to'ptht-r in fellowship for Pass- log man a little more meaning- from you. the American Jewish
over, we thank those fellow Jews ful. community, through the National
back home in the United States We take pride in the support Jewish Welfare Board and feel
who have made the life of a fight- and encouragement we receive Continued on Pago 14-D
GREETINGS
J. ft W. PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
To-n Jay-Jim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
RICHTEB'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flagler Streol
PHONE n 3-21*7
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC.
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
GENERAL "TONTRACTORS
Phone 661-3403
We Are The Wall Covering
Leader in the South!
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO IMPERIAL
"WALLTEX"
IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA'
7121 NW. 6th AVE.
758-8791
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
MIAMI PLAYWEAR
MFG. CO., INC.
1085 E. 13th STREET
Hialeah
Phone 887-2952
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
TELEVISION DIVISION
P.O Box 307, Miami 33-152
634-5461
SENM9A OF
mmami. live.
Extends to All Their
Friends and Customers
HAPPY PASSOVER
541 N. W. 27th St
Phone 635-3839
Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Sommers
TO ALL
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
BELEMA
ESC.
LADIES DRESSES
2822 N. MIAMI AVE.
Dial 373-9725
BELEMA S. KERN, President
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY
131 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING
119 E. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI
Phone FR 1-4661
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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WESTINGHOUSE and TAPPEN APPLIANCES
1406 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
448-2681
THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF
III-GRADE FOOD CO.
MIAMI
Ph. 7580516
355 N.I. 71*t STREET
Extend Best Wishes to All Their Friends and Patrons
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Ossie Mersel
Mike Mersel HAPPY PASSOVER
MIKE'S NEWS and SUNDRIES
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707
l> i*l5> V^l>
Hfetoih
It's on investment v. >h a dc^Dle av'de-6- you're ,>g r>
most modern, mosl convA ol Bo e
| in Israel's dCOnon c
I M can tote you to sateen co >r'es b /
pioodly IV El Ai to Alhenj B-tssels,

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e'e i
'or *>ou c"d lor Isro
Sfo r investing in ; '
:ed ovel ogerts tco'ey. 1 <-/
I .:__| ow BJse's.
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m
ISUAFI
AIRLINES
1602 Woshington Ave., Miami Beach
JElferson 2-5441
GREETINGS FROM
Spradley, Riley and Slaughter, inc.
FOOD BROKERS
3550 N.W. 60th STREET
Ph. 633-1426
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
UNITED SHOE REPAIR
1627 EUCLID AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-5303
GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
rut: m \ 1101 ii mi mux.
36 N.E. 1st Street Miomi, Florida
Air-conditioned Heated
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE BEST CENTRAL LOCATION
CALL
MffilifiiM Management Company
^r "J REALTORS
PR 1-35*2 234 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Fla.
SEASONS GREETINGS
SCHAEFERS FLORIST
14444 NW 7th Ave., Miami 68 Ph. 688-2588


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Fridoy. April 21
PASSOVER GREETINGS
VAN'S EQUIPMENT RENTALS
MACHIHUY KM1ALS
fork UH Tncks Air Hammers
Concrete Sews Generators, ffc
Dc .'.ee- I Monthly Rer--a s
rVE DEI /ER
1830 N.W. 20th Street Phone NE 5-8712

i .-. I ft L 2. .. < _; C
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
CAWY BOTTLING CORPORATION
75 WEST 19th STRKT H.aleeh Ph. 888-0332
VINCENT C06SIO. Pres.dent
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MIAMI BEACH WHOLESALE
GROCERY CO.
3340 N.W 73d Strwet. M.ami
Telephone 633-9001
HAPPY PASSOVER
ADVERTISING MATS
FUstic Ad MatM # Thrm Sot Printing PUrei
Boctrypos Stereotyp** # Printing Plate Service
PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
GIEGER ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO.
636 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Phone 377-0529
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BERNARD UTMAN i I
OMt HUNDRED BISCAYNE BOULEVARD. NORTH
MIAMI. FLORIDA
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL.
l -'*' /
Li
SINCERE WISHES FOP A HAPPY PASSC
< OHI\ N It AKIIKY
S5 Wesaiaetea Avcaaa
MIAMI BEACH
heat JE 84142
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
< <>< OIKIft PLAZA APTS.
981 NE. 169th St., No. Miami leach Ph 947-4192
Fantastically Low Cost New Luxury Apts

BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE
635-7507
Mr. Jim Itittifm
History of Jewish Return to Land
r,
By DAVID BEN GURION
N ALL the chronicles of man
w of the Jewish
people is unique From the dawn
hen days 4000 sears ago,
had to fight, u.thout sur-
cease^a battle of the few against
the flltTr The battle ragW even
when the Jews were sovereign in
- own Land It was a battle of
bej and armaments alike
whether lewij vaa at borne
-*r. soil and independent.
".-: H *a condemned to
~b> wandering in world-
. sraa also re-
-
Tha ofwj above a!1 re*pc-si-
- | lq- HJh r-i; j-ni"n o* t->e
S'ft n li/ttl m May
i.nminiM n the fol-
c* rj article *h 4 OOO-yt
p c: "* Jew s>- oeop *
" Lnd and outlines
sk fecng the Jew-
ish pt-ot arowwi Mm wt d
nd m Israel t&ity. Th s
articla *s:' as the ep lo^ue
c rhe volun-e. "The Jaws in
Their Land." conceived and
di'ed bv Mr. Ben-Cur-on and
c-c .-ec in the United States
by Dojbleday A Co.
doBBaa
1
e Hoda
Keoi

rUon was made
Hadossah Bible Study Sem nai at Temple Emanu-El in
York wri Itured an ederess bv the Israeli stateorr.^r.
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A HAPPY PASSOVT3
Kenneth M.
Myers
FLORIDA HOUSE Of REPRESENTATIVES
A Happy Paaoovor to All Our Friends and Clients tram
MR. AND MRS. WERNER COHN AND FAMILY Of THE
GABLES (I STOM < MUM IS
42IS Ponce do Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Ph. 444-6947
To All Those Oi The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for Passover
MIAMI LINCOLN MERCURY
Largest Dealer Smallest Prices
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 757-8464
HAPPY PASSOVFR
from CHARLES end BETTY TURK
CHARBET CHEMICAL CO.
916 5th Street, Miami Beach Phone 5313309
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
i OUt OUT inc.
793 West 18th St., Hiateah, Fla. TU 7-8000
H DAVID SCHULMAN MILT POLLOCK
A HAPPY PASSOVER
GLAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.
1820 NE. 163rd STREET NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Ph 945-4335
_
JEWflS SHVW
WOMS Of AIT
I I :.?! nd Cu' 3
INTERNATIONAL
PINE ART GALLERIES
1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami loach
Jf S-1B2S
cJoOHDS 1
Jl 4-1S43
re au atatnms
SERVICE GLASS 4
MIRRORS, INC.
FREE ESTIMATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
759 N.L 79th ST.
Ph 7S4-S527
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TiEFEPPS
MAKEBY
THE TIEFEN BROS
772 N.W. 183rd STREET
Miami
621-3870
GREETINGS .
BILL TINDER
C0LF PHOftSSIONAL
iltaiare Cearte
Ifisaat ay Appointment
^mplttt limt ef Cerfiee tawa*""
faeae lilt-sere Nl 6-0*4*
1210 ANASTASIA AVE.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIEaNDS
*
J. FRANK McCRACKEN
k i if Cnri.inal
Court


Fridoy. Aprfl 21. 1967
9-Jewlst nrrlrflrtr
Page 5-D
mighty Egypt and Babylon as
her neighbors, both surpassing
her, not only in numbers and
military power, not only in riches
and imperial vastness, hut in
many intellectual spheres besides
;ia**4easl in th.- nmquest of
ice. As remotely as' 8.000
ears ajjo, might) Egypt had es-
tablished the toundation for such
braOches of knowledge a> arith
tic. engineering, chemistry
medicine And during the
2.000 years that followed, Egypt
i'nduced a prismatic and abund-
ant literature in theology and his-
lory, in ethics and science, in
[Hutry and storytelling. Unhap-
pily, only minute fragments have
been preserved or rediscovered
for us.
It was the same with Kabylon.
which outstripped even Egypt in
literary output with its stories of
the Creation and the Song of Ish
tar. its liturgy, ethics, and wis-
dom, its hymns and historical
commentary Babvlon developed
the sciences of astronomy, medi-
cine, and engineering, too. and
was unmatched m the contem-
porary world for it jurisprudence
Singl* Divinity
It was against these two colossi
that the Jewish people had to pit
their strength on the political
and military fronts, as well as on
the intellectual For the Jews, be-
lief in a pantheon of nods repre-
senting the various force of
A Hapov Passover
THE
PINES
NURSING
HOME
201 N 141$' Street
HAPPY PASSOVER
PERFECT
TELEVISION
9541 HARDING AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-4723
HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL
Propollor
Service
of .Miami
Miami International Airport
Ph. 887-7581
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Tropiral
Paper Box Co.
Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
Miami Internjt I Air Depot
Bldg 2144 Ph. TU 8-8459
Miami
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PATTERSON
PLUMBING
SWVICI, INC.
. DAY CM NIGHT .
Dial 945-0835
2645 N.I. 186 Terrace, Miami
Comp 24-Hour Plumbing Repair
Servict Hceniti Insured
When Israel's former Prime Minister David Ben Gurion (right)
visited Histadrut House in New York during his March tour of
the United States, he was congratulated on his 80th birthday
by an old friend. Joseph Schlossberg, 92-year-old president
of the National Committee for Labor Israel.
GREETINGS...
WEBB CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY
We Help Build Greater Miami
INDUSTRIAL SPECIALISTS
1300 NW 167th ST., Miami, Fla. 33169
Ph. 624-8484
nature was rejected. They placed
their faith in a single Divinity.
Creator of all inmgs. personifica
tion of the supreme ethical es-
sence "Shall not the Judge of all
the earth do right?" asked Abra-
ham of God. striving to show the
worth even of Sodom. Man was
made, so Israel holds, in the
image of God ... it is not wisdom,
not might nor riches, that mat-
ters for man. but "loving kind-
ness, judgment, and righteous-
ness"' (Jeremiah IX:24).
Thou shalt love thy neighbor
as thyself" This, according to
Rabbi Akiva. the greatest of Is-
rael's sages, is the sublime and
all-embracing command of the
Bible. And to love thy neighbor
was not to love the stranger less,
for "the stranger that dwelleth
with you shall be unto you as
Continued On Page 6-D
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
.Wiu.V Vlts RESTAURANT
OPEN 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.
451 -41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MACK'S CYCLE SHOP
Schwinn Bikes Repairs, Sales Power Lawn Mowers
6720 S.W. 62nd Avenue Phone MO 1-8363
To All Our Wonderful Friends
We Wish a Happy Passover Holiday
n.

The Morris turners
Harry Zurkerman
Famous Restaurant
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from Philip Livedis & John Haralambides
Golden Nugget Pancake House
5330 W. FLAGLER 2700 W. FLAGLER
13001 NW. 7th AVE., NO. MIAMI
671 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Imperial Imports
2505 N.W. 5th AVENUE PHONE NE 3-8221
EXTENDS TO ALL FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
HAPPY PASSOVER
SANITARY UNEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
$ for a Happy O
Holiday Season to All
253 NW. 22nd Lano 371-4403
GREETINGS
ENDURANCE FLOOR CO., INC.
FLOOR COVERING CONTRACTORS"
Residential and Commercial
13900 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. MU 1-4923
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
EXPAND TRAILER SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
723 DuPont Building
6915 Red Road (212 Red Sunset Bldg.)
To All... Best Wishes for the Holiday
Tropical Paper & Wax Company
Wax Papar, Fratitr Papar. Dalicata.tan Papar, "Tropical*
9500 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
HAPPY PASSOVER
Councilman and Mrs.
Newton Greene
and Family
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION NO. MIAMI BEACH
Happy Passover and Best Wishes to All
Jack Duffield
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Donald Kaplan Marvin Haven
129 NE 79th Street Telephone PL 1-8613
BISCAYNE AWNING & SHADE CO.
242 S.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI FR 3-6248
J. C. LA POINTE Pres)
Extends to All Happy Passover Greetings


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SL27 ATSrZZ '.-
SERBIN, INC.
1280 S W. 1st STREET
Historv of Jewish Return to Land

LATTA S SANDWrCH SHOP & RESTAURANT
'- >* Ia ->. ~ vac i
700 -N W 7^*, ST AMD 11*01 NW7* AVI
laSJ '.
U a
**t
.. mere gaj ear^ec *-*: maat
-.. k..-y of ail ctipatj
H i aaana f the
rhsadrea of in
tae Lore Ha*e aot I
broafht am InMiMl of taw Uad
ef ?-?ypr aad the rfesaetaae*
r and the -
ram I v-m-. [I TV
.-. -*i a* that *
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KAfPY PASSOVER 70 ALL
TIPPY TOGS Or MIAMI, INC.
2400 N W 5* AVENUE m.*- ft, 371-6628
happy rAova TO ALL
INTERSTATE SCREW CORP.
? 760 N W 37*i A*
OX 1-t700
Season's Greetings
from the Salons of
Z/7//C *7.6//7
and
Af/ii Georgette
if;vn; tr
i .Vtl'f.Yfe'.'
AIL ALUMINUM "GOlDfN LINK
ALUMINI/IO CHAIN LIM*
FHA FINANCED
NO MONEY DOWN
PHONE TU 5-1446
rOtf LAUbllOAlt /A 1 132t
'.T'jm
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heart Puim XV 2
"- Earrti
These ame Prophets *:
ike aaaam of mar
'-: la heraad pm<
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are
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greatest oi -* Creek pti
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Egyc aad Baeyv-. tti
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e, Sadon tad
1 'i -- mi ia a etir.iiar
taaa. The ~tirr* ere common
rneaca te acy ttadest
Babee. bat waat reanje of -
oners t* m eatsteaee laaaj
road arcaaeo n '
'^ifficea? te ct,accikC ty> ill
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CCHOt WIVI STUM IN CCKOtS
f'fOff riflivf irp
r GALVANIZED CHAIN LINK
a IftD ^ATIO SCItfN
SAf TUN* 1" MiSH CHAIN LINK I
PLASK COVtICO CHAIN LINK
ii:.xi:
.masters. i.m.
"The (mpomi ( caff it tht ant
fhaf hat rhM* (( .'"
7101 N.W. 69th AVE.
P.O. Boi 3S-466
' E A ', ON'S GREETINGS...
GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT
7143 N MIAMI AVE honei: 754-1733, 7583956
iu c i i i n it i
FmVm Electric Motor Serrice
tp*Mitlm ia Dintt Carraal am' Nw taih
U.4 M.W. 7f AVENIM raoNC Fl 4 0155
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
si ill KO. I On 11 ii
41 WIST I7lh STRECT HiaUah Ph. 887 3828
IRVING NATHAN, President
TO CUR FR ENDS AND CLIEN
FRO/V
HIRSCH & CO.
>er New York S
a- a other E; changes.
1610 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach 39, Florida
To All Oux Friendj and .' ;y,
IA\(; ROOFIMi & THE (0., |\(
Established !939
ROOF REPAIRING arc SHEET METAL WORK
PL 8-1009 PL 1-2878
573 N.W. 71 st STREET
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PIGEONS
730 LINCOLN ROAD
JE 1-5495 Miami Beach
MID-CITY RADIO & TV SHOP
Wishes Our Patrons a Heppy Holiday
3 Month Guarantee on Work Dene ly Ut!
713 NE 2na- AVC. afc.^ 7.741$
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
tllVICI QUALITY GOOD WILL
"OtASi rot IVftr eutrosi
Oitir.bvfor, i.bbey. Owen,. F0-d 0U Co. A IntvUn OiaH Block
1601 1619 NW 7th AVE
Miami 36, Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
THE ORIGINAL HOFFMANS
CAFETERIA
ISth Stroot ano* Collin, Aw*. Ph. 5314357
KNOWN FOH <;(K>I> KfK>D OVKS AI.I. YEAR
Mel 379 0656
534-4491
Extending Our Season's Greetings
to the Many People
It Has Been Our Pleasure to Serve
THREE SISTERS
418 Lincoln Road 7113 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
AND OTHER STORES THROUGHOUT FLORIDA
tae 70 haii a*ch taey ttay
ed. Yet aerr aoce M tae? am
tfceir Hnlu anth the La-
Aaj 'titt times, tkry pn
-V znat aara for
'.rr*~**a -.e *.-,* r-^r
za'eer ad imx**
from the four eoraers of
ir^ Aad to .' h.
return in roere>
aoea ;r, our day* at az t\tr
afctm^ buildme
n aso. tins
BBMaai rwrtintr from Jevul
4 insptred a bald i
paralleled revi\al Oa barrr. .
ar-aou* oi2 aesade the Tarfcm
r, the firt oew Jev\s.n u
a* founded. it ur
.n Ttkya iGataaaa of Hope
Then other*, ia aeore* .
dred*. the ienarth and brea--
the Land. Hebrew came U
used f'>r every day speecn I-
1948 a Je I .--ate a-
-rsed and Israel a *o\r:
he Jewish people
the murder of tne 6
tacm ven
Jf- threi pn
had paved I
-
....
ROBERTS
COFFEE SHOP
Ex-er.ds Pcssover
Greetings to All
3630 N W 54th STREET
Phone 633-3006
I
HONEY & TOM
JONES
SETTLE DOWNS
T.WI.VS
Iteauly Shop
'The Smartest Salon
on Miami Beach"
1764 S W 3rd AVENUE
373-9571
HAPPY PASSOVER
Free Consultation *.
Mr Antome for a
Hair Problems
1547 WASHINGTON AVE
538 1923
GREETINGS
from
Donald I'eck
REALTOR and
MORTGAGE BROKER
255 University Drive
446-OB38
The Silverman Family
end
SILVER PAINT &
HARDWARE CO.
1119 SWItt ST. MteiiH
Ft 3-2711
453 Cellias Baa, Miami <"
Ph. $314773
Wiah All Their Patrons and
Friends a Heppy Passover


Friday. April 21. 1967
+.Jmlsl) fkricfirifl
Page 7-D
Partial view of the dais at the historic emer-
gency conference in May, 1942 when the deci-
sive "BUtmore Platform formulated and pre-
sented by David Ben-Gurion, was unanimously
adopted in a rousing session by some 600
American delegates. Dr. Chaim Weizmann is
at the lectern. Ben-Gurion is at his left. BG in-
spired the assembly to vote the declaration
as the postwar aim of American Zionism.
Other conference leaders were (top row from
left): Rabbi Israel Goldstein. Judge Louis Le-
vinthal, David Wertheim, Arthur Lurie, Louis
Lipsky, Meyer W. Weisgal. Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise, Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Mrs. Tamara de
Sola Pool, and Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver.
CON and center-of Jewry, intel-
lectually, morally and culturally.
Five Prasting Prekltmi
The first decade and a half of
the State witnessed astonishing
changes; a tripling of the popula-
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for Weak, Month, leu*; Term.
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Miami, Fla.
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o
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o
mi \n<-iii:s IN
FT. LAUDERDALE
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Happy Passover
To All My
Clients and Friends
Stan From a ii
.IF -0i:l7
UNITED AUTO RENTALS,
INC.
1613 Alton Road
Miami Beach
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
KtNG KOt.v.
MNC.
66 NW. 22nd STREET
FR 9-1426
A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
Dr. and Mrs.
Manning J. Rosnick
and Family
tion, enlargement of farming and
industry, great strides in shipping
and civil aviation, in research
and science advances that
placed the I .and in a class with
the most progressive states of
Europe
Mass aliyah stemmed from
every continent, from almost
every island of the world's
oceans, though in the main from
Asia and Africa, from areas that
Continued art Pa*;* 10-D
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
CHUCK HALL TRAVEL
975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Giller Bldg.
Miami Beach JE 1-1195
We are closer to you than you think!
No heavy downtown traffic. No parking problems
Drive across Julia Turtle (36 St.) Causeway.
Consultant John E. Lenard, V.P.
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ
and Daughter LORI LYNN
Wish Their Relatives and Fiiends a Happy Passover
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
Richard fves Conwa*
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE
PHONE 635-4437
A HAPPY PASSOVER
STOLPMAHN PLUMBING CO.
1853 Weil Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
PHONE 531-0481
Harry & Murray Rosenberg
& families
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
DADE RESTAURANT & REPAIR SHOP
Repair & Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th AVENUE 9*127
Dorothy and Ted Patterson. Owners ^^^
Happy Passover
Greetings
National Freezers
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON
FLEEMAX BUILDERS
-fUCMAN BUILT MIANS BlTTtR BUILT"
11101 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235-7811
CAMPFIRE BARBECUE INC.
Toha Out Oritn + OPEN PIT BAR-B-Q.
^ Saecialiiing in
CHKKIN -* BIFF ^ CHAR BROHCD STEAKS
"II Too li'ha Onion R.'ngs, You'll lave Oari"
COME AS YOU AM 21101 S. Dixie Hwy. 235 9947
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FLORIDA DIVISION
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.United Benefit Life Ins.
Phone 371-1461 805 Ainsley Building
t IITIMtl11
Smith Hamilton Shop
GRINDING SERVICE
231 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE FR 3 2SO*
( '
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
Racing at Miami Beach, Hollywood
& Flagler Dog Tracks
Miami, Florida
BEST WISHES TO ALL
o\ i nnoi t .ii \\mints
YOUR SOUTH MIAMI JEWELER
7220 RED ROAD (Crossroad Bldg.) Ph. 665-2112
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TESTOTT I loon COVERING
1439 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-3303
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
A. S. JONSON LABS.
Specialist
in ARTIFICIAL PLASTIC EYES
Ph. FR 4-6686
561 W. Flagler St.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SI IIIMIM IIAIIIUII SHOP
"NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY"
9490 HARDING AVE., SURFSIDE
866-1551
JOSEPH WEINBERG
PAM AM FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY. INC.
4628 N.W. 36th AVENUE Nl 4 1041


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>Jmisi> thxkMmi)
Friday. April 21. 1%7
of the Year!
Hit Air Co4itionM tnc Heatce
CAtAlU C010WT
Martinique
* V MTU | PMl
jOest Wishes for a
nuda It Bernie Wieder
Rabbi & Mrs. Mayer I. Herman
Owner Mgmt.
M TM NtU AT Mr* STfIT MIAMI MAC*_______
THE KORETSKY FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
JE 2-2311
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Bfe
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
SAM SCHECHTER MENASHE HIRSCH
"Kosher Cuisme Strictly Observed"
Caribbean Hotel
ON THE OCEAN & 37th STREET
and their families extend best wishes
FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
HAPPY PASSOVER and BEST WISHES TO ALL
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 633-8411
DAVID GLASS, (Owner-Manager)
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
Operated and C*med by ROSE & BEN ISRAEL
3400 Collins Ave, Miami Beach 534-4665
WAIKIKI MOTEL
18801 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
DAN,El & JOE LIFTER
Wl 7-3451
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E BAY HARBOR DR.
Ad|Oining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Bay Harbc
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE MARGOLIS
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GREETINGS TO ALL
CABtLLAC
HOTEL
Jerry Grongtr, Owntr-Mgt.
Luxurious accommodations,
. -ates, plenty of fun!
532-4541
A Full Block On The Ocaen
39th to 40th St*., Miami Beach
Sincere Best Wishes
for c Happy Passover
To Our Friends
MR. & MRS.
BERNARD CHARKOSKY
CAVALIER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
A Happy Passover Holiday
to all our Friends & Patrons
JEFFERSON HOTEL
12115th St. & Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-1141
JOHNINA
HOTEL
6985 Collins Ave.
& Ocean
' Home cf the World-Famous
Dream Bar"
Managing Director
JOHN J. KELLY
Florida Shoreh
ilvHort
Extends Good Wishes
for PASSOVER
On the Ocean at 94th Street
UN 5-3551 MIAMI BEACH
Happy Passover Greetings
WOODY'S
MOTOR INN By the See
C$0< luivry at Ktaionable Katei
Collins Ave at 95th St.
Pkcnc 166 1625 for Reserrvaticns
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CORONADO
MOTOR
MOTEL
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8116
Passover Grenl

6 6 d 6 6 <3 6

MR & VRS LEWIS LESHNtfi
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER
BERKLEY SHORE HOTEL
1610 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-5731
LOU NADLER FRANK GREGORY
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74th STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 6-4231
BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER
BEACHCOMBER RESORT MOTEL
Fully Air-Ccnd.t.oned # Free Continental Breakfast for G
$3.00 Per Person Daily, Dbl. Occ, 25 of 175 Rooms
Wl 5-6511 Ocean at 189th. Miami Beach
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TC ALL
BROADMOOR HOTEL
7450 OCEAN TERRACE MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-1631
HAPPY PASSOVER TO All
AN-NELL HOTEL
700 EUCLID AVE. MIAMI BEACH
'.\R & MRS. ROBERT JAC.
HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAYS TC ALL
NETHERLAND HOTEL
1330 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH
Phone 534-4791
V VRS SIGMUND WEINTRAUE & FAW L\
HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY
GRANADA HOTEL
1017 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH
TERRY SPCNDER Phono 53


Friday, April 21. 1967
niings To All



25th DAY
APRIL
15th DAY
NISAN
HAPPY PASSOVER
Mimosa Apartments
4747 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
PHONE 532-6411
HAPPY PASSOVER
SANDY SURF HOTEL
I so ** St.
SUVSIDI MIAMI IUCH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SHOREHAM NORMAN HOTEL AND VILLAS
5th to 6th on Oceanfront 531-7481 Frank Fishman. Owner
and THE RIO HOTEL
HAPPY PASSOVER
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-4721
BARRY HESSER, Manager

HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
CATALINA HOTEL
DORSET HOTEL
1732 Collins Ave.
1720 Collins Ave.
LARRY FRIEDMAN
SEA SHORE HOTEL
1390 OCEAN DRIVE JE 1-1291
Mr. & Mrs. Max Feigeles
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Weinshenker
MONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-8721
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAY
CAPBI HT E -
3010 COLLINS AVE.. M.B. Mr- & Mrs. Alfred Gottewncm
*.kf*iti Ihfidliciir
BEST WISHES lor
PASSOVER
SEA
ISLE
Hotel
3001 Collins Ave.
HAPPY
PASSOVER
To Oui Friends and Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COUINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVlR
LUCERNE
HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
Same Friendly Manaqement
& Stall That Has Served
You lor So Many Yeai
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-0381
Mr. Irving Podolnick
Mr. Arthur Ban
Passover Greetings
COLONY
HOTEL
736 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Page 9-D
(5
e
takes the occasion
at this Holiday time
to salute the civic efforts
of
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
U
s
BEAU RIVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
and AIRPORT LANES
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS TO ALL
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
MAYOR SHERMAN WINN, Vice President General Manager
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
DELMONICO RETIREMENT HOTEL
6393 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-5786
SYLVIA & RUTH JACOBS
BELVEDERE HOTEL
843 EUCLID AVENUE JE 1-1103
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
SANDY SURF HOTEL
COLLINS & 89th St., Surfside 866-9713
HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY GREETINGS
COPA CABANA HOTEL
3611 COLLINS AVE.-MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-5301


Page 10-D
rJenisr tkrk/ian
Friday. April 21. 1967
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER FROM
THE WALDMAN FAMILY
The Waldrmn Hctel
On the Ocean at 43rd Street
Compliments of
Golden Strand
HOTEL AND VILLAS
Oceanfront at 179th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
To our Friends and Patrons a Happy Passover
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2901

HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MIAMI lOI.OM \l HOT! 1.
146 Bixayne Blvd.. Miami 373-2111
KOSHER A Happy Passover
MftRSEUUSj trom
^^^^Ctntr'ly *' ttHttMtt HAROLD 4 BOB GRUDER
MR. and MRS. of the
AARON RESNICK AND FAMILY MO.VK O M4MTKL
WISH YOU A 17501 Collins Avenue
VERY HAPPY Miami Beach 947-3417
PASSOVER Oceanfront at 17th St. Miami Beach

SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR JOYOUS HOI mAY^

PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL SAGAMORE HOTEL
COLUMBUS HOTEL 1671 Collins Ave.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI JE 8-7211
Biscayne Blvd. at N.E. First Street Phone 373-4411 Jack Muravchick


DELANO HOTEL BEST WISHES FOR


MR. and MRS. A HAPPPY PASSOVER
GILBERT MENAKER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
OF THE AND GUESTS
KENT HOTEL 1685 Collins Avenue
EXTEND BEST WISHES 538-7881
FOR A Happy Passover To All


SAVOY HOTEL HAPPY PASSOVER
*i

A Happy Passover to.All Friends and Patrons "Open Year Around" ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
Tropics Hotel DOWNTOWN
1550 COLLINS AVE MB e HOMEDKf
Mr & Mrs Al Podvin 252 NW 2nd Street
and Family Phone 374-3086
History of Jewish Return to Land
Continued from Page 7-D
were, materially and culturally,
backward and abject Al yet, de-
velopment has been marked only
in a narrow coastal strip from
Haifa to Tel Aviv and its sister
town-. Northern Galilee and.
more particularly, the Negev
a full 70 percent of the State's
I re a are still waste and empty.
[nael and her Arab neighbors
are member states of 'he I nited
Nations, the charter of which en-
joins all member- to solve dis-
putes by peaceful mean- Hut Is-
rael i- still beleaguered. Arab
ruler- still proclaim, day after
day, their intent to destroy the
Jewish state. So the pressing
problems of the tiny. young re-
public are fivefold:
First, to brine home the con-
negations of Jewry that remain
in lands of Islam and Com-
munism, at the mercy of dis-
criminatory policies, and. as well,
to encourage and accelerate
halutzie ipioneeringi aliyah from
countries of comfort. To do this
would mean doubling the present
population of Israel in the next
15 years. What we have achieved
in the first 15 years proves that
it can be done.
Second, we must people and
settle the unfilled spaces, north
and south. Already we can point
to success in the Negev at
Beersheba, Kilat. Ycruham. Di-
mona. Mitznch Ramon. Arad.
sde Boker, Bin GedJ. Bevlvtm.
and Mash'abim. There can no
longer be doubt of their agricul-
tural or. especially, their in-
dii-trial potential. The rich na-
tural resources of the Dead Sea,
abundant phosphatic deposits
in the eastern Negev, natural SjM
piped from Zohar not far from
the Dead Sea copper from the
mines at Tirana, gypsum from
Mit/peh Ramon all this wealth
of the Land is being shipped
through Kilat and the Red Sea to
the Indian Ocean, to the Far
Fast, and to Eastern Africa.
Here are vast, guaranteed pros-
pects of expansion The Negc\
can support 2 000.000 souls with
out difficulty Modern technology
and atomic power, in alliance
with the pioneering spirit of Is-
rael's youth, can transform the
wilderness into a great and pros
porous habitation, such as it
never was before.
The Jewish Past
Third, a way must be found of
cloving the cultural and educa-
tional gap that divides children
of European immigrants, with
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
ANDREA
HOTEL
6365 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
865-9821
EMBASSY
HOTEL
Under New Ownership
ROSE & BEN ISRAEL
30th 8 Collins, Miami Beach
Tel 538-2731
GREETINGS TO ALL
\\< IIOII HOI I I
1587 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
531 0325
MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS
EXTENDS BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ART B*UNt, Co-Owner
II < III
DINE DANCE
*00 Deer Run phone TU 8-4521
GREETINGS TO ALL
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
SOUTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST VOLUME LIQUOR CHAIN
WISHES YOU A VERY HEALTHY and HAPPY PASSOVER
"HappinvHH in a STATE
U1H0R STOMlg ami Mil Yf.fT
their background of general en-
lightenment. from the mildren
of immigrants, from Asian or
African environmenti, i
bare and beggared, victims o|
century-old stagnation and priva.
tion. The Jewish past ,.;; ,,s
the actuality of toda)
that the inborn talent*
comers from Africa and \-
in no way inferior II
tarding and degrading rcum-
stances in the placet for.
mer domicile robbed thi : the
opportunities of educal |
progress open to other a. \,.
rael has the task of bi In
the coming 10 or 15 >: ihis
gap between Fast and
ready a great deal h..- i, ,c.
complished The dearth leach-
era there arc not nearly
enough to keep pace n the
swiftly rising OUanber 01 iMrcn
is a formidable obst i But
Israel must surmount it. i ;st rn-
sure that new genera" ->. in.
eluding more and more
school children, will be ible to
enjoy theoretical and \ education of the highest evti *o
that they will be eo.u > ed to
reach, in our timr, a si. nut o|
cultural and economic pro rresi
The fourth problem par.-
mount. We must dispel I hosti-
lity of the encircling A.' peo-
Mr. and Mrs.
CUUDf
RINSHAW
wish their
many friends
a very happy
PASSOVER
HOLIDAY GREETTN
vwmiYvi
for It in ii tii
tt43 Ml. t85th tfMfT
Wigi I Wiglet Sales & St
Complete line el
Make-Up t Scjno Focic
Open Monday thru Sofuri
late Nitts Tfci/rs. and :
FOR APPOINTMtNTS
45-tMl CAlt 947 '4M
PASSOVER GREETS. ZS
TO ALL
TOLIN
MANUFACTURING
CORP.
3729 NW 80th STREET
OX 1-1213
Lerner and Ese^be';
Fa" 'its
PASSOVER GREET!' IS
FROM
ANNA I AARON SAVRAN
Who Are Back Opera-nfl
SAVRAN BAKERY
UN 6-8982
7423 Collins Aver-
A Happy Passover T 5-:
Ben Graber's
Ladies Wear
163rd St Shopping Ce~"
1325 N.E. 63rd Sf
Biscayne Shopping PI"'
8011 N.E. 5th Ave
Wl 5-4171 ft 1-2**3


W April 21. 1967
*Jenit Fhrkthn
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I"
ta-
bn)(
l
Itaii
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I

I
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ikir.
.nc
I'MO.'
I .
. :i between them and Israel
ill culminate in economic.
-.I. and political coopera-
,:nd advance the well -being
whole Middle East. That
is bound to come if ten-
ictween Soviet Russia and
rifted States can be NSed,
th are concerned to pre
peace throughout the
and not least in our re-
."hat peace is bound to come
little nations of Europe.
ia. Asia, and Africa exert
-Mire to which the Arab
could no longer remain in-
\r That p<-ace is bound to
if democratic governments
into bring in the Arab
for then the leaders would
< mestie needs of their peo-
the fields of education, hy-
and reonomic develop
and would be restrained
liaiipaliof their energn> in
- race.
Social Pro.-jrta
ly, we must play our part
Jriny social progreu and in
38 a nea society trherc In
il neither exploitation nor
ninaiion. a society built
mutual aid and love of man
For thousands of years the
. people had to exist amid
hatred-, and material con
is, adversaries all about
Page 11-D
BEST WISHES
LOBO
LOUNGE
HAPPY "OLIDAYS
GREEN
LAMP and
HADE CENTER
1626 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach, Florida
I
A Joyous Passover
to all our
.HIH\ l~
r#wi;iis
ItOOl IN4.
* L-ROOf ING REPAIRS
Hi. 531-301
! censed and Insured
Budget Terms
1616 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
TO ALL OUR
FR ENDS 4 CUSTOMERS
A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
Goldman's 71st St.
SHELL SERVICE
71st A ABBOTT
UN 6-9951
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Mr. Bud Mrs. Harry J. Soni
and Loti Marsha
161 ISTATI
VMftMNta tmi Cental Imnrii
350 Lincoln Road Bid*.
ajmanlan
MAIM tlACH
them. endlessly persecuted,
banished, and slaughtered Yet
they won back their independ-
ence. 1.813 years after their last
period ot sovereignty under Bar
Kochba. prince of free Judaea un-
til the legions of Home overcame
him in 135 C.E. The resurrection
of today, this 20th-century return
to Zion. has come to pass tie
cauee the people cherished the
teachings ol the Prophets ot [|
rael. an Indestructible belief in
Redemption not for Israel
alone but for all humanity, as
Isaiah foretold it
Path to Solutions
Israel, young and beset though
she is, has to exert stupendous
efforts to withstand Arab aggres
sion; to absorb hundreds of thou-
sands of immigrants In a small
tcrriton that has been convulsed
by warfaie. to establish, in a
new state, a -table democratic
way of life: to further education.
science, and research; to refer-
tili/e and cultivate its wilderness
It cannot be fortuitous that,
despite these many preoccupa-
tions, Israel sun finds tin- will
and the way to recruit anil send
to new stale- in \m;i Africa, and
latin America the finest ot it-
leachers and Farmers, its experts
in cooperation and industrial d.
velopnient In this context. Israel
i- asserting itself as an interna-
tional factor a- potent as any of
the greatest and richest countries
in the world.
Within its tight confines, Israel
faces all the problems that con-
front new and developing states
It has not yet solved them all
but it has found the path to the
solution of most, and little by
little the entire answer emerges
The secret is not just first class
technical ability. It is the pio-
neering approach of the best of
our young people who undertake
and perform assignments over-
seas with the same passion, the
same dedication and humilit)
they show while serving in the
Israel Defense Forces, or in
founding collective and small-
holders' settlements, or in con-
structing border villages, or in
designing a new social pattern.
Our Prophets in ancient days
demanded that the Jews be a
dedicated |>co|>le a light unto
others. No .leu forgets the les-
BOn, every .lew is guided in his
course, wittingly or unwittingly,
by that aspiration, by a convic-
tion that the source o( Israel's re-
birth and strengthening is trust
in the purpose its Prophets
preached.
Nowhere in the world is there
a society like the one takmg form
and root in modern Israel. One
da) i' tnaj be a model to other
nations Israel's army. too. i-
singular in the world It is not
Continued on Page 15-D
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
fa lit ii \vi:\s
tUTHERAN RETIREMENT AND NURSING CENTER
201 Curtiss Parkway. Miami Springs Tel. 887-1565
Greetings from MARY and NINA
Itiscnvno IVrrju'i' IkVaiiiv Salon
e>
"Specialists in High Styling"
278 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 373-0359
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL MR. JULIAN RANNO, Owner
A A II Kmlgf'f ItVauiv Shop
.en! Wave Specialists
799 N. E. 125th STREET Phone 754-1522
Holiday Greetings horn
ft|Tl\'KKV IOIFM HttS
Permanent Specials S20 Wave SI5 Reg. Si5 Wave S10
Hjir Culling Styling Wig* Aik For Complimentary Facial
7007 S.W. 87th AVE. Ph. 271-4521 Open Thurs. Eve. by Appt.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
IIOIIAIIT 3l\MHrTIIII\e. CO.
9100 N. W. 7th AVENUE Ph. 759-5701
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
I IIIIIMO AIK MJtYH h
233 N. W. 36th STRrXT 757-3403
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .DAVE ZINN'S
WMAJWLK AI TO IL\TKR. DfC.
740 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH Ph. 531-7616
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
I Ol TAYMMt. ItVC.
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE. HIALEAH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
STO\KSPHARMACY
Wo Lire on Premiaes For Emergency Night Service
"Driva-In Window Service" (Near Barry College)
11638 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 759-6534
HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY
PAIL VRKLKIt
Furs^SweatersRibbon Knita Now at 2 Locations
2205 Collins Are. (Holiday Inn) 1513 Washington Ave.
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL .
FRANK O. PRUITT
& SONS, INC.
-INSURANCE-
350 NE 15th STREET
Phone 377-0691
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Gr*nle Equipment Pelt Cable Cutter Hydraulic Jiki,
Pick Up and Delivery
All Work Guaranteed Factory Specifications
3072 N.W. 54th Street Phone 634-2226
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR.
CHIEF OF POLICE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
YINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA
PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS
836 W. 18th Street Hialeah, Fla.
Ph. 887-9496
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Will III il WALKER. MT.
3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-8717
JACK WALKER, Prdsident
HAPPY PASSOVER and BEST WISHES TO ALL
Boulevard
Prescriptions
Filltd Accurately
PTICALJ!
Service
Specializing In
Cataract Fitting
REPAIRS Fast Emergency Service
CONTACT
LENSES
LENSES DUPLICATED And FRAMES REPLACED
Thorn.t R. P.t.r.n. Jr., and Euq.nia P.t.n.n
Licensed Dhpeni'mq Opticians 30 Yian fxparianra
251 N.E. (4th Str.it Miami ST I 7151
WE WISH OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
KIM'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
LINCOLN ROAD at WEST AVENUE JE 2-9922
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
FENIM0RE APARTMENT HOTEL
1200 EUCLID AVE. Ph. 531-9681
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Daisy's Originals, Inc.
6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
RENATO LEVI. President

A HAPPY PASSOVER
PALMETTO HARDWARE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
237 SW 124th STREET 235-9341
7334 RED ROAD 665-4231
Dan Hitchcock, Owner _________


Pog12-D
+Jen1st n-crkfifr
Friday. April 21, 196?
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
go Hair Stylist*
rot r o u t Nix mn srrif
MO 7-2213 1561 Sunset Or., C.G. (Near Red Rd.)
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO -
GREETINGS TO ALL
CHALLENGER MARINE
CHRIS CRAFT
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD at 133rd STREET
947-4472
PASSOVER GREETINGS
UII.NO\ ROOF1XG CO.
2421 N.W. 27th AVENUE NE 3-3157
L. T. WILSON. Owner
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 NW 60th STREET NE 5-1389
SI Will I OOII PIIOIH CTS
3615 N.W. 60th STREET
Phone NE 5-1381
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
H i*. \ o is in. la ii ii on. Inc.
Members New York and American Stock Exchanges
and Principal Commodity Exchanges
446 Arfhyr Godfrey Rd.. MB. Ph. 532-8301
LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
Established in 192c
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
3640 NW 48th STREET Miami, FU. NE 4-45<>1
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
I KlIIIMi: S BBA1 TV SALOX
1029 KANE CONCOURSE. MIAMI BEACH UN 5-7434
GREETINGS TO ALL
kix. roLi: hi:m \rn \vr
and Cocktail Lounge
900 BAY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH
866-1441
HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS TO ALL
.11 it. and MRS. Ill\ IM. k\\i:
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
kAI.IKS >ll IM4 \l ART IHU .N
834 N.W. 183rd STREET ,aV>ne 621-0751
HAPPY" PASSOVER GREETINGS
III \ \ I.IKOSS
"Lovely Things" Dresses Sportswear
1130 NORMANDY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH 866-7674
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PITWKY LMWES, IMC.
2400 BISCAYNE BLVD. 377-1516
Test Your Passover Knowledge
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
Why do we use a wooden spoon
and a feather upon making the
traditional search for the. leavon
on the evening before Passover?
The answer to this quest ion is
basically a practical one Since
these objects are used to collect
and gather the (hornet/, it is pre-
ferable that they be burned along
with the Chometz -o that no
crumb of leavening be left behind
after the search and burning of
the Chometz in the Jewish home.
A wooden spoon is also used be-
cause it can be burned (something
that cannot be done to a metal
spoont The use of the feather
is a most practical method of tho
roughly sweeping up the crumbs
of Chometz. The feather is thin
enough and light enough to gel
into corners and into tight cre-
vices Also, it can easily be burn-
ed along with the Chometz which
it has swept up.
*
Why is tho Passover Matxoh de-
void of salt or spice?
It is particularly required to
be so because the addition of salt
or any spice into the dough of
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the Matzoh would ha-ten its fer-
mentation and thus possibly make
the resulting product Chometz
Some claim that the lack of
or spice makes the Matzoh more
like the poor mans bread which
it is supposed to be It would
teem, however that the first rea
mii\ is more applicable to this cus-
tom

Why has it become a custom to
"steal the Afikoman" during
the Seder?
Many unusual procedures are
used on the eve of the Pwsover
so as to arouse the curiosity and
interest of the youngsters and to
prevent their falling asleep dur
ing the Seder, especially because
the Seder wxs supposed to be an
exercise in relating to our chil-
dren the epochal events of the
exodus and their rele\ance to us
today. One of these practice- is
mentioned in the Talmud with
the words "Chotfin es Hamatzos "
This expression has many inter
pretations According to Rashi
and Rashbam it means that we
eat hurriedly on Passover eve to
that the children would not fall
asleep in the middle of the meal
(it was customary in olden times
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to recite the Maggadah afte
meali. Another interpretation
that we lift the plate bearing l
Matzoh. or that we remove it
from the table in order to II )| -
curiosity
Maimonides Interprets thi
pression to mean that we
the Matzoh from one pen n to
another on Passover eve -
the children will note this r
anty in behavior, and have
attention aroused b) il
claim that it simply meal
we take away the Matzol
the children after the) ha<
some so that they would n
eat and become draws) |
ing so. It is the opinioi
that, originally, it was a ilts who*
grabbed" the Matzoh au j
the children either to kee j
awake without eating too
to tease them and thus k. -
from falling asleep It mil
been that this prompted tl
dren to become irritate.1
cry and it thus later becsn e the
practice of having the children
grab some Matzoh (or as no*, is
the custom grab the Afikoman
and hide it so as to tta) awake
with the excitement of see .: h >
would find it or what Induce!)

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has been the cur-
I of informal Jewish studies and
conducted by Jewish C
ted with the
: xad (JWB>. Move-
learned. 8 to 10 year-olds in one Jewish Corn-
Center's arts end crafts class jointly
ited the above : spictina a Passover
er.

;He recitation of welcome
I v.<>'arr (Ho Lichmo
.* recited af'er the first cup
int has been drunk. If he
tt would have missed the first
part of the Haggadah?
is) hr clearly understood
Compliments
ol
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A Happy Passover
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Passover for Our Men in Viet Nam
Continued from Page 3-D
real pride In th- rvfntarion
that American Jewry has
achieved with Ihe men In our
AroK'ri Forces.
Tlii' Passover Haggariah calls
on uh I *eweM rn~.)u net km. All
who ire hungry, come join in nir
celebration It remind* us not
tn Ik' satisfied with our portion in
life, if any man is in want We
announce proudly, AM who arc
in need, come celebrate the Pass-
over the Festival <>f Freedom
with US
This lesson is exemplify
our history, which calls on every
to look tn our herita
i Kampie <>t how men striving for
dom, w ith God's blessing,
I a culture based <>" respeel
for thf individual, the important e
nf the family and community,
societj based on Law, and the ob-
ligation for man to work for tin-
relief and help of his fellow man
This year we are enslaved, ma>
next year find all men free
Special Prayers
We. the Jewish chaplains in
Vietnam, join with you in a spe
eial prayer for peace in this war-
torn land that has labored
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from pole to pole. JWB's Commission on Jewish Chapl
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overseas and domestic installations will be prepared as Pass-
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'.967
n,
riday. April 21. 1967
* AhW fhr/cfiin
ainst oppression so long and so
aliantly. .
We pray that the Almighty will
nnc close to hi- ride all those
ho have fallen for the hope and
leal that their faith and coun-
\ represent. We ask His tender
lercy and a speedy recovery to
li those who are sick, wounded
ml in pain.
As Passover 1967 approach***
re have much to he thankful for.
Se look to the future with great
lope and conviction. In the year
o come, we will strive to main-
nn the high morale and pur-
NMe that we have had in the past
We look to you. American Jewry
ind the National Jewish Welfare
'.oard. for the support that only
hose back home can give.
With this continued backing we
v :ll he able to minister to the
,1 noedl of >>ur men ami
With God help, may
.' '..-- er celebration
rll our m-'. in Vietnam
. at h -lit i iheir loved
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to
Packages of Passover kosher foods shown being unloaded be-
hind barbed wire quarters in Vietnam by Jewish Chaplains
Ernest D. Lapp and David B. Saltzman (left to right) are part
of the tons of holiday supplies sent by the National Jewish
Welfare Board iJWB) to Jewish men in the U.S. Armed Forces
all over the world.
History of Jewish Return to Land
Continued from Poge 11-D
the quii
lion sett!
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bi ^t wiabM lor a
Happy PaatQVtf
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and BROTHER JIRRV
extend best wishes
to all our dear ones
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Happy Ho'iday
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.'.ami. Florida. Friday April 21, 1967
Section E
Top Passover Significance:
Battle for Human Freedom
By RABBI
CHARLES E. SCHULMAN
?here is no more significant
festival in all the worlds' re
ions than Passover. H symbo
the human struggle for free
dom and it has been marked and
celebrated b> the Jewish people
lor over three thousand years by
ilie seder or evening meal In the
New Testament account it i-
known ai the "Last Supper" with
it- Christological interpretation
of the unleavened bread and the
wine What makes the Passovei
rvance so perennially mean-
ingful to the Jewiah people i- the
fact that humanity's business of
establishing justice and freedom
>.i all nien has remained unfin-
ished over the long centuries
The words of the Haggadah are
till important connotations oi
human disabilities in general and
Jewish disabilities in particular
When the Jew reads at the con
elusion of the Haugadah service
during hi- Passover meal "Hash
a nab Haba ah Rnai Horin" in
the coming year may all people
be tree there is recognition
it the distance which must yet he
traveled before liberty, equality
and fraternity will be dominant
in the human .society The Jew
can recall today the condition of
his brethren in Soviet Russia
denied the fundamental right to
worship his Qod and to continue
his tradition
Cold Statistics
He remembers that when there [
were one more than threethou Q h ,owe, from the He.
| synagogues .n Russia there c Mu.
loda; less than tntv that
when Jewish life nourished on seum in Cincinnati.
a scale hardly known in previous
centuries in that country, there
arc today no more than fifty rab-
bis functioning and all of them
are elderly men. Jewish ediica
tion is proscribed. And Jewish
books are not published because
of the bans of the Soviet auth-
ority s Under these tragic cir-
cumstances the cry "let my peo-
ple go" raised in ancient Egypt
still has relevance.
There are particular aspects
of the Passover holiday that have
elevated it in the Jewish con-
SCiousness to a preeminent place.
its historical impact is tremend-
ous, for it characterizes the birth
of ih Jewish people No memory
in the Jewish experience is great-
er than the Exodus from Egypt
Every Sabbath and holy day eve
the Kiddush recited in the Jewish
home contains the world's "Zech-
er l.it/iyat Mit/ravim" in com-
memoration of the Exodus from
Egypt
Jewish Survival
Thus the traditional blessing
over the wine established to usher
in the Sabbath commemorating
the seventh day on which God
rested from the labors of creation
is equated with the Exodus from
Egypt. There are two command-
ments in the prayer for memorial
One the creation of the world
and one the going out of Egypt.
over and over again the Bible
bids the children of Israel not to
forget the supreme event of the
Passover which made them a peo-
ple
A second aspect Oi the Pass
over holiday is its emphasis on
Continued on Page 8-E
Temple Emanu-El Solomon Schechter Day School's Debra
Cowan wins honors for her essay. "What I think is the Mc3t
Exciting Event in Jewish History." The prize was awarded z\
the annual awards night of the Bureau of Jewish Education
held at Temple Ner Tamid. Photo shows (left to right) Albert
E. Ossip. president of the Bureau and Louis Schwartzm-r..
executive director.
19.2 PERCENT INCREASE
Westview Day Scores Big
Success for '67 CJAppeal
LEO MINDLIN MOVES TO NEW POST
After 16 Years As a Columnist
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mlndlin and The Jewish
1 loridlan have been synonymous,
and even though all of us read the
community news, often to see
about the activities of our own or-
ganizations, speaking tor myself
l must saj thai my favorite page
has always been the Editorial
Pa
I think Mr Mlndlin and hi
v, rht Jewish Floridian a
i oi intellectuality which few
English language Jev ish newspap
. rs posses- This is something I
ill miss
I would be remiss if. in my ca
parity as executive direct! r oi
Greater Miami Jewry's central
fund-raising and planning agency,
I tailed to cypress my deep* '1 - preciatton for his years-long co
operative attitude and his sincere
assistance to us He has. indeed,
helped us over some difficult
times
l hop. Mr Mlndlin finds in his
new endeavors as a Herald CC-I
umnist everything he. himself.
wants And I know how much he
M-ill continue to enjoj leaching
as be always has in the past Good
teachers are rare, and 1 suspect
he is one of them
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Executive Director
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
This issue marks the last of l.eo Mindlin's service as execu-
tive editor and columnist of The Jeu.sh Floridian Smce the an-
nouncement of Ins resignation, community reaction has been
vigorous, with best wishes expressed for further achievement in
h,s new endeavors, but with deep disappointmnt in his leaving
., post Mindlin has held for nearly sixteen years. It would be im-
possible to publish all of the messages, local and national, com
nTenting 0n his departure Some are. ... Mindlin s own wr K
too personal, meant only as private exchanges ol feeling, and
,, I ublished letters of congratulation, "would be .reaches of good
,asfe others are from a variety of the communitj s major areas
... deavor organizational and leadership. Herewith, we pub-
across section ol messages that comment on Mindhn s; m-
.,. community throughout hiS years .,s executive edltoi
,,, ihe Jewish Klondian.
Westview-Federation Day. an an-
nual event of Westview Country
Club on behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, has been termed
"a huge success for '67" by Mil
ton Weiss, chairman of this year's
CJA drive.
Westview Federation Day co-
chairmen. David Catsman. Dr
Norman Jaffe and A. .1 Molasky,
have reported a total of SI 14.975
contributed by Westview members
at the stag dinner following a golf
tournament and cocktail party
The total amount raised re-
flects a 19.2 percent increase
over the amount raised at last
year's Westview-Federation Day.
ha Hirschmann, former special
ambassador to Turkey who prcs
entlv selves as consultant to the
United Nations Relief and Works
Agency, addressed Westview mem
hers at the dinner Hirschmann is
considered one of the country's
leading experts on the Middle Fast
Hirschmann likened the apathy
in the United States toward Israel
to his native Germany in the early
30s
"Jews have been targets through
out history and the Jewish his
lory is one of blood." he said.
in citing the importance of Is
rael and what it means to world
Jewry, Hirschmann said that Is-
rael, despite its 18 years of exist
ence is .< mere foothold now
wiiuh has to he strengthened if
it is to survive
Hirschmann lauded the role if
the United Jewish Appeal the
major beneficiary of the Com!'
Jewish Appeal as playing a
primary role in Strengthening Is-
raeli life
"As Jews, concluded Hirsch-
mann, "we have the chance to
participate in one of the great-
est opportunities of Jewish his-
tory. I urge that this chance not
be by-passed."
Catsman and Dr. Jaffe intend
to serve as the follow up commit-
tee in soliciting all Westview mem-
bers who were unable to attend
Westview-Federation Day.
Fraternal Unit
Honors MB Mayor
Greater Miami Ixnlgc. Free Sons
oi Nrael. is conferring honorary
membership on F.lliott Roosevelt.
Mayor of the City of Miami Beach,
"in recognition and appreciation
of his humanitarian efforts to pro-
mote the State of Israel Bonds and
for bis leadership in developine
culture, health and industry bene-
ficial to the people of Miami
Beach."
The ceremony was held at Wash
ington Federal. 1133 Normandy
Dr.. recently
B'rith, at a meeting on Tuesday,
II. unanimous!) passed the
, following resolution:
"Whereas, Leo Mindlin has tor
, period of many years served with
listinction as a columnist in. and
;,. executive editor of The Jewish
EOITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Floridian, and
"Whereas, in those positions
1 he has served with thoughtful in-
tegiity and has stimulated com-
munity discussion on issues of
vital concern, and
Whereas, he has been named as
the lirsl recipient ol the Isaac
riamlin Memorial Award, and
"Whereas, his appointment as a
mrisl on tie- Miami Herald has
ounced, now
-Therefore. I< t il be known that
.the Klo Board "' .,,H'
,..ii Li

him continued success and good
fortune in the future"
HENRY E. WOLFF, Chairman
Florida Regional Board
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
Chairman
Executive Committee
ARTHUR N. TEITELBAUM
Executive Director
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The news Of Leo .Mindlin's leav-
ing as executive editor of The Jew-
ish Floridian was received by the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami with deep regret Mr, Mind
lin's many years ot distinguished
service combining ins abundant
journalistic talents with Ins deep
rooted communal commitment.
have made ail indelible mark upon
our i
The Jewish Floridian has
Continued on Page 2 E
Miami Beach Chapter oi Hadassah is sponsorinq a cancer
control and research campaign drive on behalf of the Moshe
Sharett Cancer Institute in Israel. Function was held at the
home of (seated left) Mrs. Leonard Rosen, hostess. Chapter
president is Mrs. Henry B. Wernick (seated riqhU Standing
right to left) are Mis. Arthur Winaiick, chairman of the affair,
Kairys member of the national founders com-
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Friday. April 21. 1967
+ klstrfr*kilnr
Page 3-E
has no words adequate enough to
express one*s gratitude for tru>
friendship, consideration, helpful-
ness and assistance.
1*0 Mindlin. dining his Ifi years
executive editor of The Jewish
Floridian, has been a tower of
strength to the growth of the Jew
-h National Fund of Greater Mi-
ami. He has proven himself a
Friend of immeasurable value and
outstanding dedication
Mr. Mindlin is a true intellect-
ual courageous, honest, and
a man of his conviction blessed
with a poetic power of expres-
sion.
In the name of the Jewish Na
rial Fund ami its distinguished
< aders, Dr. Irving I.tlirman and
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. we take
this opportunity to express to him
our best wishes for continued sue
cess in life as a columnist for The
Miami Herald and professor .it
Miami-Dade Junior Collef I
May he continue to inspire all
those iio come in contact with
the brilliant strength ol nil drive
tow ar I reati \\ Ic i espi
I human welfare
JOSEPH COHEN, President
7EV W. KOGAN
Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
on in half oi the A
Friends of the Hebrew University,
I extend to I.eo Mindlin our warm
good wishes as he enters a new role
in his career
We know that as a columnist for
the Mia i I Herald, hi will reflect
credit upon "in- entire Greater Mi-
ami Jewish community even as he
ighoul his career.
Ma> he di rive .< greal feeling of
hn I from his college
teach young pie ho
will be i lenced bj him are in-
deed i rtunate.
JACK S. POPICK, President
South Florida Division
American Friends of the
H?brew University
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Kabbi Halfour Brickner. as seen
through the inside out lenses of
I i i Mindlin. has rendered the
American Civil Liberties I'nion a
compliment of the greatest pro
portion which I. as an American
Jew. and a member of the Ameri-
can Civil Liberties Union, hasten
to acknowledge.
Those of us who have inherited
the. 4.000-year-old tradition of Ju-
daism, as well as the inestimably
religious tenets, are haunted by
the undeniably grim facts that nev-
er have the ideals of Judaism and
the actions of its practitioners been
farther apart.
More and more, the Jewish
Community finds itself split into
twin segments, both of which
appear destined to die n early,
and frankly, *n unlamented
death. On the one hand, art
those to whom religion means
card carrying membership in a
temple, fund raising, trips to Iv
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mock horror when the local opera
guild holds a party at the Gentile
country club.
On the Other hand, are those who
seek to preserve the sterile "tradi-
tions" of Judaism that have their
roots as far back as the eighteenth
century, including the refusal to
shave, change clothing habits or
acknowledge that we have since
discovered the realities of chemis-
try, p'l.vsics. biology and evolution.
Neither of these Jewish groups
Continued on Page 9-E
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
iiii behalf of the Jewish Home
for the Aged, I extend sincere con-
gratulations on I-co Mindlin's new
endeavors Mr Mindlin has been
a good friend to the Home for
many years, and we heliexe he
will continue to be one.
It is through the cooperation and
deep concern of people like him
that Douglas Gardens has been
able to grow and expand its serv-
ices for those in need.
1 speak for the Home's board
and staff and for its 223 residents
in wishing him the best of luck
on his new journalistic and teach-
ing endeavors.
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Jewish Home for the Aged
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-Jenistrkrkiiar
Friday. April 21, 1967
Grandma's Fifth Question-A
Passover Memory of Long Ago
By SHOLOM WEISMAN
uuhenever i am tempte
venture Into intellectual
waters beyond mj depth. 1 sud-
denly mat long
Passover when I tried to answer
Grandpa's unanswerable Fifth
Question The recollection brings
me quicklj to solid {round and
nfull) reminds me of all the
things I can never ki
Everything was perfect at that
memorable feast, the last one
ich Grandpa was eve* to
preside I can see him now .
jure, his beard
Ju .. white waterfall.
ike head glistening
with reflect) i and. all
around him. th.
- for th,
fikomen
spectful mod. rated con-
versation i>;
utei sed< t .\. and
all "i i- ..; torpidly waiting to
be dismissed from the table.
'.pa rose in his chair and
I us all with wine-bleared
ey< Bui he did not deign to dis-
miss is
Confounding Questions
I thank God we are all I
r for another Seder he
it v*.,s a moment when as
>hould hav remember, d
![>a was ready to propound
one of his confounding questi
I wa> toULUiat cue year he had
-tartied a middle aged nephew by
inquiring with the casualneaa <>f
a question about the weather:
Tell id,- what is the reason for
the iky?' And once be had In-
vited a half-educated son-in-law
to decide whether th,. t. achings
iitllel were superior to tho.se
Shammai or vice-versa and
whj On yet another occasion, .i
fastidious young suburban niece
had been asked win exactly,
are cockroat
Hint of Smile
i h questions, most of the
il- .:-..!. rstood. Acre mewl)
springboards tor Grandpa's own
Uectual High:- He enj
few opportunities to indulge this
m<. Grandma, al
.. practical woman "I have no
tune to listen to philosophy, she
Id say, l have import
work to do And the dwindling
hi- elderl) cronies
is intellectually inclined as
he was iiu as eager for an
audience They were not disposed
to listen to someone else's .-
doni
t was up to us to give him
the attention he craved, ia he
displayed the Iruits of a lifetime
of reading and thinking, nourish
id with Talmudic quotations and
Yiddish aphorisms. i,,lk memo
: ies t old Russia and episodes
n TolstOJ and Pushkin.
This time. I hint of a smile
It d somew ti. 11 behind liis
at beard u he directed his-
eyes at i thin, pallid, 14-year-old
boy, the oldest of the children at
the table He w.i- 1 happen to
know, an insufferably bookish
type, who had endured the cere-
mony with a blase air that belied
his yen's
"How began Grandpap
!> Mow is your life?"
Though I tried desperately not
to show it I had certainh 1
Jit unawares 1 swallowed.
and struggled t" find an adeq
replj Jt never oce to me
forth with the obvious
and honest ans \ don't
knov Grandpa; I really havi
ed yet
Instead, I finally n i ed to
gel out "Well, .. qut stion like
that is hard to am -er but I'll ti\
ni> Ix'st
I felt, rather than saw, m\
mother's warning frown and mj
father's darkening anger. But
the challenge to n j youthful
pride was t,,,, powerful to resist
I had to show m\ mettle So
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+Jenist flerM/an
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ol fact and fancy remembered
irmn a thousand book*. I display-
ed a veritable junkyard of inap-
propriate information, ranging
from the wonders of animal life
in Airica. to the latest baseball
statistics; from the migratory
habit of birds, to the struggles
..f David Copperfield; from the
.'lectronics of the television tube.
to the slaughter of Indian tribes
in the west. Dimly. I sensed mu-
tinous murmurs around me and
I heard, as in a fou. the dun
whispers of my parent.-, saying
'KnoLgh. already'"
Talking Machine
But one person the one who
mattered at the moment seem
ed fascinated by my unstop-
pable flow. Whether he was ac
tuaU> listening. I did not know,
for ai! he said during one of niy
infrequent pauses for breath Was
Why. the boy is a regular talk-
in.; machine" And when my
mother offered to turn me Off,
Grandpa demurred, saying. "Lei
him -:tak Lei us hear what he
h.i> ias
I needed no more encourage-
ment and I went on. and on.
and on. It was as if I were giving
vent to a long -suppressed hungei
for expression, not unlike (come
to think of it) Grandpa's own
need. Perhaps the old gentleman
understood this and that was why
ne permitted my insolent usurpa-
tion of his paternal privilege
I cannot now recall the rele-
vance, if any. of my discourse to
the question which Grandpa had
propounded, but this hardh mat-
tered. I did not seem to lack for
material.
But, after a long while. I be
came aware of a rhythmic under-
tone like the measured umpah of
I tuba. At the end of the table.
Grandpa's round chest was heav-
ing and Killing as gently j- .1
tranquil sea at low tide And. for
the firt time. I faltered Deprived
of my main audience. I now
noticed the grim resentment of
the guests who sat impatiently
through my Interminable monol-
ogue. I felt suddenly deprived of
support suspended in the mid
die of nowhere.
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So. we rose from the table,
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When in (Rome), Sure I Do as the Romans Do;
But Who Can Jell (Rome) Among the Young?
Friday, April 21, inr.7
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By HERBERT L. CARSON
IN CHERKASSI. ., nyini they
bad about me "Whan Scbmoil
bl in ( hcrkass, he docs as the
Cherkassitei do bul whan Sch
moil is in Ki'\. In- docs as (be
Klevitei el., ihis is tin,. All iko
i>!<- have then ways Lei then do
a thc\ will. I [dm m
Still, at Paaaovei Una when i
visit 111> sun Paaaar and in- bride,
hi it bard foi na to follow iheii
custom Dqb i ,,sk Who can be
suit uh.it |ghl ,,, winii^ with
Hi' ones Hahl Look at
ih,mi names Fessei and Rachel
su< h naiiirs stand for something
the) have meaning- in the Jewish
tradition Hut the children, m>
grandchildren, oi, nice bebbllehs,
not a ord against then, even if
Toil m> beloved wife is not hare
to stop nj mouth Such children
coin,- onl) Iron goodneu Theli
names Veh! Where the names
come from. 1 don't know Hut
don't get na on names let i sink
to customs la America.
Hjggjd.h LHta Napkin
Now, Paaaover at Faaaar'a, Ifi
a nice tune But Fesser officiate!
at the Seder like a fraaaar, a
glutton lie has a llaggadah so
Short it looks like a napkin Even
then do you think he reads every
Word in the llaneadah'' A prayei
heii'. a statement there, the
Kashas Before you know it. we're
slnj-itiK (had Gadya "
Bven then, do we go through
things m some order' Do we wail
t win, V, Before the Kashas we
alreadv have soup and fish A
mouthful of prayer and a mouth
ful oi food u,,v them togethei
and you have Fessers Seder
Actually. I don't complain The
children, ah there s a sight. To
hear my oldest Grandson William
recite the Kashas, such a pleasure
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I v.' never known It's a more k>j
his time Hi. n an> tfasid could
ever dn .1 m oi Then im grand
daughtei Kus.iImi s|. w;,s|,es lor
"II "i 11- \ tight, hke sunlight
with dancing feel mi she noes
I" UIVC loi ,,|| \,| t|. young one.
Bryan, all he wants to do is to
lake the Aphikomen awa) from
his lath, 1
That's a sie.i,t 100 The children
gW the Aphikomen I'll tell you
how Fust. Fesser hides it from
then, so n 11 be sale Mm s,,.
Then, oil go ih,. id,,.,, babies pre
lending the) nave la wash They
find th, tphikomen Pener has
put awa) No the) hide it. At
ih. end oi the evening, loi dea
Beit, lesser goal to 1 el the
Aphikomen from where he hid it
it 1 not there or su.h a problem
If we don't eat the Aphikomen
first, we'll net no dessert, no nice
macaroona, no stewed fruit*.,
nothing There \ a moment of
waiting, while the children
gJa Fesser says. "Oi, where did
I put the Aphikonen? Me looks
and looks it\ nt anywhere be
looks Finally, the children laugh
They can wail no | ||ie>
urn to tell him. and we gel 0UI
dessert Ihats fun It's ,,t t|
exact waj mj Grandpa, blessed
he his memory, did u but fun
Baby's Moment
Last Paaaovei that was th,. heal
of all We re practical I) through
with the Seder (tin meal is
eaten The third cup of wine is
poured PaSSCI sa\s to .
"grandpa, you lay 'he prayer
bay the prayer in Hebrew The
(ddest and tin gn I lhe\ read the
English, "Blessed ..it thou I ord
our (Jod. Kin;: Oi the I'mvel 1
"ho doal create the fruil ul Ihe
vine "
Now lollies the baby*! In:
moment lie e.ocs to open the dooi
to see if Elijah is there to pa I
lake with us the thud 1 up o|
wine By himself, the bab) < losses
from the dinine. room into the
living riMim It takes him a lime
A toddler of three can rush, hut
never in a straight line Then he
lias |o push and pull on the door
Naturally, l know he n be chs
minted fio pxplain to a babe
win I'll,.ih loi n'l cone When
I was a child, did I under land
I llj.ill he\ 11 .11.1., .11 oil' |)|,|
Fi r rea ire wnal I said w 1,1 n
I explained Elijah's absent e' No
II s I he.......1 now I 'lie I hllu:
doesn't rhange < hildren s q
Ihe) are the same
Now 1 remember trying to (ell
Fessei about custom* One yi
even he cried Now he has the
same problem Go tell this hild
(blessed his Irish name wh)
Elijah 1 not at the dooi
" Ihere 1 Ihe babe lugi im
at Ihe dooi in open it foi Elijah
And the ph.me ringl Fesser and
10 wife rush la speak It's the
111.11 haluiium Ihe in laws Toil
11 with ihe nldei children l
in to help ih,. bab)
op, 11 the door foi the Elijah who
10 vei rones Then 1 heai the door
being pulled open | Kmovs il s
open berau i heai n crush into
the \s:ill Suddenly, the baby rail 1
i' h a voice of happiness vou ran
not inaginc ll. h, ,-,.. he's
hif firanpa, Elijah's here!"
Children Scream Happily
I lush into ihe room Sure
enough, looking through the d.....
puzzled face is a man Al
ready ihe bab) is trying to pull
him in Behind me the othei chil
dun are screanlng happil) And
Fessei and Rachel are In the next
'""'" the phone It Ihej won
del .it the noise. I don I know
The man h\ ,! ls (he hall
":,s "' h a smile on, but he's
unsure .md puzzled i he grand
children, they're dancing around
him singing a welcome lo Elijah
In all the noise, who .in ,,,
Me
"Sir," I s.,\ t,, n. ,., Ul.
'"' having a celebration .. .lew
''h festival We open Ihe dooi loi
Elijah and ||. children Hunk
I shiun
This man In has a nice smile
Ids coal is sIikIhk oppn i ,
ic h, his ion.,, is tinned around
How can he understand But 1111
derstandlng is sometimes easiei
than people lli.nk He wishes me
happj i'.1 iovi 1 1.1 ai in.- thai
1 m Kail.....Belli) if) cai
broke down l saw Ho hghti ami
hoped to use you I plume
We 1.ilk you understand, while
Ihe children dance like Indians 1
sec m movies I lijah here Ell
iah hi re Thn 1 mice 1 I
In happil)
The pi le 1 In 11 n iili me Hi
1 ni afraid Ihe) ll be I
appointed Perhapi I liould la)
while ami ig) nothin i h l
might make them llOpp) "
I I'M hun. I ion, Relll) to
Elijah ii ., hit'.- thin We havi
Will'' We I1.1 I Bl \ ^,,,11
"|\ "ii ii on ih, teh phnm you
'"i call foi youi cai lu in- 1.
paired Then join us '
Like .1 Mule
"1 Vou should it ih. 1.1,,
"' I ''' and Rachel when He v
finally slop talking on that pi,on,.
let me tell you, I > 1 m |ny
make lie sound like a mute Can
Ihej talk Hunt ask
So I'. .1 .onl Rachel come In,
Ihere era, Toll md na, the
three children, and a priest
When ih, p,mills walk In. such
.1 commotion ol three baby voices
1 idi here Elijah's hen-"
Well, Fessei and l(a< del soon sec
Continued on Pa 10-1
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Friday. April 21. Kg)
Battle for I In man Freedom
Continued from Pa** IE
k-wish survival. It is interestins
to note in Jewish history how
very tyrant who has oppressed
he children of Israel has been
thought of in terms oi Pharaoh
n one form or another. All roads
if Jewish historv stem from
fcq.vpt. The Haggadah which is
ead today bid every Jew to con-
-tiler as if he personally had
-panned the cent (tries to ancient
-*ypt and L:one out of the lar.d
freedom. The very antiquity
f the Exodus Kives to Jewish sUi
ival an awesome aspect For it
'iiabtes the modern Jew to re-
lt-ct upon how U a people he
va> survived Egypt and Babylon
md Phoenicia and Assyria and
ece and Rome and the count-
tss centuries in varied land- un-
kr Christendom
It i> remarkable In this con
lection to remember that in the
a*t two thousand years the Jew*
been expelled iron> some
try in th world al least I
uindred times, or on an average
'i "tice in ten yean And vet
hey remain undaunted and
tli in their determination
in the ua.\ n oi Ihl ir
i rhe Passi ei
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ancient Jews left Esjpt It also
marks the observance of the old-
est festival in the western world
b> a people which has e\pen
encetl every travail which has
known almost every culture, has
spoken almost every language
and yet maintained iga existence
and transmitted its heritage trom
generation to ueneiation un
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Another feature of the Pass
festival is the emphasis on
Jewish identity The Haggadah
is instructive readiag because it
was known in its pn ,:
before the Christian era It
speaks about the Jewish will
live in the face of the op;
of the E the Jewish de
termination to maintain
identity of ihe people Those who
n ad the Bible words which I
commanded Hoses I.> I M)
pie, iinit the
lasl .void of that command
that tliev II .. |t The
that was asted trom
Pharoj for a specific put
pose to worship the God of
Israel. And the maintenance of
the festival of Passover through
out the centuries was also for
a s|>ecific purpose to maintain
the identity of the Jewish people
When we read the accounts of
the Spanish inquisition we notice
how they hunted for possible
'heretics-' amonu the Marranos
whether they purchased err
tain herbs at the Passover sea-
son or whether they greeted each
other in a certain manner The
rabbis also noted in the Midrash
that Israel was worthy of r
demptmn from Euypt because its
community did not change their
names or their habit patterns
ite the pressures under which
they were compelled to live in
the land oi Egy pt
The changes they refer to are
mainly concerned with the loss
entity It is passible to live
in the Jewish community and
be total!) devoid of Jewi>h-
Identitj itsciotts-
ness v : loss 1 cor sciousness
- train II I the
habit patterns by which a human
: with his group
The Passot i: sea..... is also a
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Friday. April 21. 1967
Jewist FkrHton
Page 9
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Staunch Dissenting Opinion
Continued from Pag 3-E ,
worthy ol the name or the tradi
line* they discard all dynam
ic preeeptfl that wire i part ol
Jewish leader from anew nt
times to the present, one can spell
mi the details by the hour, but
the common denominator ol mean
Judaism must include the
need to HgM ifatnsl injustice
whenever and however it sppesri
from the courts, the street coi
nors, the synagogue! and certainl)
in- pulpits Every Jewish child
..ml to Hebrew School i- taught
this and every Jewish teachei as
he |pa ii'' classroom
roday'i Jews have forfeited
ything in then religion thai is
ful and significant and
, preserved onlj the hollo.'.
isles which mercUull> will decaj
waporate in the winds ol
e in the next centurj
When few dedicated Jews
raise the standards of the old
ideals, they are cursed and ri-
diculed by their peers and pusil
lanimous columnists who quiver
with fear of what the Gentiles
wil say. These frightened pro-
phets have blocked or attempted
to block Jewish participation in
every movement destined to im-
prove man's lot in this world,
including Zionism, labor move-
ments, social reform, revolution
against tyranny, civil rights, and
most recently, opposition to the
cruel war in Vietnam.
The Vmerican Civil Liberties
I nion i^ .in organization that fights
for human rights that win- defined
thousands ol years ago in the Book
of Exodus it i- too bad that thi
lews have abandoned this h- ht thai
was one- their own and is ii
the only reason for Jewish exist
ence
The Mindlins and the Bricknera
who applaud 'his flight from a
meaningful Judaism will somedaj
achieve fame as the extinguishers
ol the last spark in what once was
a vital people In the meantime, to
recognize thai the American Civil
Liberties Union has picked up the
-h torch that was touched b>
men like Moses, Jeremiah, Akiba
ami Anilewitz is indeed their most
meaningful and of course, un
intended cr> ol praise
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Page 10-E
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Friday. April 21, 1957
Battle for Human Freedom
looks to the Spring Time of the
new day when nations will beat
their swords into plowshares a-
his people will all be free
Continued from Page 8-E
reminder to Ihe Jewish that
n whuh urn the
S| ring Time 1-
f hop< The heautifui \ 1
the S ngs read aJ
Time are ha;hn>.;er- ol
('ark-
never losl hi- h j to-
loes not e for
a hett-r world orJtr in spite f
the laik of international coopera-
the eynU lam and the indif-
fereru ipnan values th.it -till
preva'l. As hi ber^ through
the Pass 'ter
: -- : tla\ drawn in
.thy with ever) human
1 lev ish 01 non Jew Ish ho
the laah of
the tyrant.
And as he contemplate! his sur
\ival he i> strengthened in the
knowledge that he I to a
people that cannot die Ai In
calls his identitj I e Is impelled
to labor tor hi- people the world
.v ho lack the 1 ighta ht 11
And a> he .-pan- thi 11
turies dealing with the S\
Time Exodus of hi- peoplt hi
HAVE A DELICIOUS
Manischewitz
PASSOVER
But Who Can Tell (Rome) Today?
Continued from Page 7-E
the situation, and they 1:0 alon^
with u<
And that O'Reilly! What a man.
Later he tells me he was ra
in a neighborhood, half are
Catholic, half are Jewi.-h You
should ha>e heard him singing
out, "Chad cad yaw haw haw haw.
chad-gad yah .*' A good lii.-h
tenor
All is Quiet
Soon, the kiddies are sent to
bed. O'Reillys car is fixed, and
he's off. We adults sit and talk
It was a good time. Then, a weil.
so mournful it beaks my heart,
from the baby We all run in Af
ter all. the parents run to protect.
Toil and I run to spoil what
else are the grandparents for?
There's the baby. He's been try-
ing to sleep on the napkin from
around the Aphikomen The
Aphikomen. once a good solid
mat20th. now it's crumbs The
baby even has crumbs in his hair. [
So why's he crying'' "1 didn't give
Elijah hi- \phikomen. He didn't
iii per dessert."
S ion all is quiet again. We sit
there, we adults, and think of
Father O'Reilly Then Fester
laughs He looks at me Father.
you've never lied to me until
now-." I shrug at him. Since when
does a son say his father lies?
Fesser smiles. "You told me.
when 1 wa.- a boy, that opening
the door for Elijah was ju-t a
symbol of something You said
he'd never conn- Well, tonight
he came."
What's the difference Let
tell you. I've never celebrated
such a happy Pe-ach
Everything
from soup
to noshl
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Gefilte'Fisn
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Friday. April 21, 1967
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LEGAL NOTICE
N THt COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54*33 A
RUM* <>'
. .MiVii-ii KACCARIH,
, v. ., i" >MENU' /. s. .' \i;|.|.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\i in. K i- Ik i b) |lv< ii nt l
.1 Filial Itepoli .i I ilNirlbullon and Final I >lw !i
\ : Inlelrati i\ "f Ihi
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I n.l final ill>.hart. .i \,|'i
, i < l til-- Mate of lh< .il.....
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A.- Admlnlati..' \
. K tail "I 1 Mtmenli /. ..r>li.
a/k/a 1 *om in, /-! .i 'i
ss sl.TKRS, MOUKK and COHTANZO

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N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 744M
Katati "i
riioMAH iai'i. "vrhih r,.. ..
m \s r w moil r,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III .-rwluor- and S.! I M.iv-
:.iiiu- --r DeaMnda Aicalnet Said
i ... a h-1 by notified ana required
. nl an) ,i.i im and di nmnds
: ma | ha -<*t-ti:.t ih<
. ,,:' Til' >M \s l"AI I. WRU1I1T.
, ., THOM-AH IV SS RU1HT, d.
lata nl Dade (*ount>. Florlilu.
i nii. .ii .,.>.- County,
i.. -.., ii. in .1 i|>H< 'ti . .,. ,i in s-. lion 13 :. Floi Ida
Matuti.-. in i)i> t nfl li '> Co int}
. .1, i lade ...^11r. i-'h-i ui...
u Ithln hlx calendar month* from M.-
.,....,,....;.
i. name will l barred
I .i i. ,i ui m Uunl, i nrida, I '>
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Kir : uli.....' n if thii n '"
Ith da) < April, i ":.
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Vlnal*} Rids Miami, Fto.
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Page ll-E
LEGAL NOTICE
T
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOT1CB is IIEKHIIV OIVEN thnt
Hi.. undcriciiiirtl. deelring to iiK.ii-
-..-.-- mid. r Hi. flctltlou* nnno
I AITVS PIZZA I'ARUlK AND
I'll:, at Illl s Dixie lllKtaway, t'oral
;.i la* httenda to i aeJd name
w.ih the Clark ii>i Circuit Court
nl Ifedr Count}. Mori
J'AJ'I'Y'S l>IZZA PARLOR
ANH I'l U, ISC
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VtUTnt-y Iit A|>p4i< ISO l^nooln Roa4
Mi.imi liaurh. KUiri-1.1 .
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NOTICE BY PUBL CftTION
ISI THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA ,N a\d FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY No 674767
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CON NIK N ,i \|.|.
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DOROTflT .- II Ml..
T' .(: iTTfY^SJIH M.I..
T:' Su|m ri<
ljike*|fti l'..rk
Ka vam
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1,1 a I .ii pla nt
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lupin n> Italntlfl <
DAVID I 111 < ]< IRK RBRO,
so I '.i.l. !' ibw il Bide Miami,
Ida and 11 the \
lint in ihi .. h.- Plrrk
f Hi.- in .iit .
da) ol m.i fall i" !'
-.,, }ud|rmenl b) <<. ill will ba
lak< n afalni I I r lhi r, Ik f d<
m.imii-'l in Hi. BUI ..I Complaint
PhJi ii"'i -'..'l bi ptlblbihed once
K'uek for foul itlve Weeks
in THE JEWISH l"l.< lltlDIAN
1" iNE nd (>RIKREIi ..i M anal,
i Ida, iin- ."'li da} ot March, A 11
E H I.EATHER.M \v. Clerk
uli Court, t>ada i 'o intJ hlorlda
s. all r. K M IA MAN
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T' Win TBOTXMtB BERO
\ lornei nt I... a
HOC i '."i. Federal Hi.ia
. Fi..iid.i :ui:i:
II 4/7-14-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO 67.5641
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.IIS 1! IMAZ
llalntlff
vt
EMMA MA/.
I M (, llilrtlll
n. kmv \ in \?.
J Grand Avi
1 i !. 1-1....I
N. V <
I :. i:\ima IHAZ, are b< reJ j
,i that .. BUI of r foi i"
. ii.,- u n fib .1 ajrainnl yu
v..ii jr.. required lo erv< .. eiip) nl
A newer or l*k adlnf to Mi. Bill
plaint "n -h. l" nl lff* attor-
u \ i.rri:.- \n m IRK and Cl>8-
TANZo, 1008 \i:.-i... il'lt. Muwnl,
IIS2 ..n i nu the orutlnal An-
v.. i ot Pleadlon th office of Mir
or beforu
Ith .i i ol Ma >. If )ou fall
to du J idiimi in b) d< fault will
Uiki n .- for (Ki
demanded In -.b>- Hiii of t'omplalni
i I,- notli ahall > ; ibllehed ono<
Mt in I UK IKWISII pi> i|(I|i| V.
IK INK \m- iiRDI i: k 11 ..i Miami,
Florida, ihi- 13th da) "f April, A I1
i!-..;
E n I.KATIIintMAV. iVk
Clrouil v'uiirt. i lade f'ounty, Hor d I
,S..,|| 11} : <" P. 'VM'^l.SNI'
11. i..it.v i Serk
WALTERS, MOORE .ind COSTANEO
lOOa tlnakM Hide
Mb ml. Florida
ittoi ne) l'>r Plaintiff
4 it :i-?
r DAy EMU
BY HENRY LEONARD
Vs
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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We appreciate your
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LEGAL NOTICF
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Pesoch, our sub dips twice!"
_____ ___ Cpr. 1f*7, Doveftw Prodvciio^i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
In
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No 73207-A
RE i:.--. i. ..i
I'.NKV SA.M'iVITV.
I'.- ..I". .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
II
To All I'redito
il..1 Ins i'
Said i
in. hi ri
,i io pree
ndn hi' Ii
Iho
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by noi

has
HENRY
ii....i-.l late of I'nd.- I'ounty, Kk>r-
Ida, Mi, (' nr i li I >ad<
i 'ounl |. .i ii i I ; Ihe vi in,- in ilupli-
.'. .mil prnvidefl in Section 733.10,
Florida Statute*, in their offices In
the i feunt) '.mii ihouai i
1}. Florida Ithln iIji il. ndar
monthii from the i lm<
itubl ..ii..ii hi : (. "i the
be barred
I i.ii. d M am Floi Ida,
, da) Man li, \ I), l'"""
HELEN SAMV1TZ
\- K\..-iiul\
Kii publli.'' Ion '! Mii-
1 ih. Slut da) "f March, iw
OANIKI. m; m. iikij.i.i:
Attornei for teecutri*
.n \ 1,-1. > liulldlnK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
NO. 74436B
In RE: Estate of
FKEH o M'iMIM
i >.. ^, ,t.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ind All IVrxnna To All i r.,!n..i. and All I'erMonn
lientanda \Rainl HdvhiK Claim* ..r demands \Kainl
Said Kxtate
re- V.ii .ii.- hereby nol|fli>d .. nd re-
and q i|i ,i i,. preaenl iny i Je-
'''"' I ni.iii.l-. ivhii-h '.. nus havi ___ilnxt I
5.the eatate -1 FREIt Ml.M'i i.MiM. ,i. .
i .!- .1 i.H. of I lade Count). I- loi
to Mi. Counts .luditee of Dade Coun-
^ and file Mi. niiiii In il .....i
:i- provided in Section 733.16, I'l.
Si.,i utee, in iheii in the '
i> .,iii Mn.u-.i- m I'.ui- County, Flori-
da, witlun -i\ calendar months
n ol : hi publ ation hi i- -
of, or ih.- Humi will be harr-d
Hau-d ,.i Miami, Florida, -
da) "i April, K. I >. r.-il?.
M \l:\ M KABKTI
\> An, in., > \.i nlniatratoi i"TA
K,i^i publication of thin n,.ii.-
the 7th d.i\ %prll, ltd?
MAIIX m kaii:i:
Vttorne) for t'.\-- utoi
I01S \in-i.\ BhJf.
Mi., '.i ".". Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 74423-A
1 Eatati "i
REOIXA lIsi'lli'.KlN
l'.-.-,.,.. ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'rediton ..ml All I'erKonx Ma
mg it Ik inandt At.mi-i .-..
Eatate:
v..: i. hen b> no)Ifli .1 and requin I
to preeent an) claiin> und dtmum -
which you nui) h..\. acainM ihi
i REtllNA F1SCHBEJN, d
i lati ol i ....... -u m >. Florid
to the Count) Judgee of Itadi Count
and til* the -.in,, in duplicate und h
,i. d -ii Section 13 In Fkirh -
.-.. iti -. :n their on'.,.- in iha I
*'..nrt hnu->. in Dadi County, Fie
da, within m\ oalendui months
Mi. Mm. ..! tin i .-I p iMi.-!iti..n hei
if, Ol tin- >ani, 'lll i>. ban I
Dated ui Miami, Florida, thin
da) "I April, A. D. UW7
l.tH'l.s li Uml>MAN
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iir-i publication of thl
ih. Ith da) April, IM7
MYERS, KAI'I.AN AND P< IRTER
Altoi ii. i". Ex cutot
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. I, Florida
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IN TME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA, IN PROBATE
iu: Haute of
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KSfiQE STIlh'K I.I II and
UK J s l tUCKI.I K,
Hacaaaarl ^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I craditon and a i IN wi
, ,. M ol Demaui Aal -' Sm -i
. : notified and ren
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huh you mat ow ...
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April \ U I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No 73W-C
i:r. Batata "i
I1IK1..MA RHIrVBH MA''K
I.... .
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
All Creditor* and v 11 iN-raima Hay-
Claim* ol [temanra ^-pMnat Said
ou are. h, n b) notltted and rai
nt ..ii\ lainw and di
li h you ni.it ii.,..- ajreli
of Tin:i.\i \ i:i.ia i> M
.. ii late i '..'i' Vaunt) Flor
.. '.,.ini\ JuiiiPM of 1 hide
I mi fii. Mi. mune a duplicate
,,.i,,i In 13 1*. *"
Hen, ,n Mi- ii offlc In Mi.
it) i'. irthuuiM- In i mii- Count)'.
l/!,i.,, althln -". calendar montnn
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It- .1 .ii Miami, Ktorlila, ih
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f\ p ii.ii, .,i,i. ..' ihi* notice "'
In, da> "f siiiii. IM1
;i Mi'Hi-i.vs
t. t..r Admin -ik'' i"
13th \-' nu<. Ml iml FM
4 1 4 -' 1 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74309 A
in RB: Batata <<
i:siaM'i:i. SI I.HERMAN
i-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
und \M I'eraona
I manda Kttu net
,i and '
mi- and
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Muvinii i '"< in-' or
-i Eatate
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the mate of KM \M 'I. SII.HER.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGESS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74206 A
In RK I'-i.m. "i
i:\i.m \ i. \m\
i.....i.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml r.'il: d All INtm.th
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11tn JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. T-4902
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
VIRUINIA KiN-1
Plaintiff,
\ .-
i. .i.\ IK IJCE KINO,
Defendant.
. i.Kl.vir. LEE KINO
-'.i ith iini.-i" ndi '. si1' '-' B,
ih.. ..c... nil nol*
you, HKLVIK LEK KINO are here-
by notified thai ninplalnl for li-
v.'.r.-.- h..- been I led attain*! you, and
...I ,,r. requin it to serve ropj <-f
:.. ... Plea I ......
,,i.,,i on Iho Plaintiff* Ml >rney, Sol
,.!..,-. suit. 117, IS Weal I\.l't
Street Miami. >' ""'
orbrinul *naw< r or Hi
. ... it,, .-. i. of ihe Clrc ill "
Mi.- "nd ila> of May,
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i.. ih
, lb i ,i. in.in.I. .1 ii the i'om-
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quii ad lo pre.-, in
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i the "ounti
Demand*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE'COUNTY
IN CHANCERY, No. 67 5671
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'ATRICl \ VNN TIUI'l*.
I'Uilntiff,
,,,si-i'ii i .LIVER I'Kiri'.
Defendant.
rOSKI'll oLIVKR TRIPP.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IH hi;i:i;i'.y <:ivi:n that
M.. n> I. rsii.-ii.il, d.-.rinq t.> eniraei
in biisin..-.- under Mie ftctltioun name
mi ii vRJIi IR lli-rsK M'.m: i m HINTS
ui I03H1 B. Ba) Harbor Drive, Miami
Baach, Florida 38134 Intend to rei
Mtld ni ni with Ihi Clerh <-f ih.- I'ir-
ni Couri of Dadi CVainty, Florida
Ma i'i., Bronfman ami Bthel Bronf-
man. l -' intcreat, Barr) Bronfman,
:i \ i Intereal Lewi* Bronfman and
Maxlne Bronfman, a i i mi. r.-i, ,
THB4MMIRK IE NI'.l.scN E*4|.
Attoi nay for Apple anta
I- RICH vi,i> und M J--' IN
KM Mnodn Road
Mi.....i Beach, Florida
i :
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
S< Tl' l-: is ii KRKTIV ,l\ KN thai
i In ninl, r-iuii. .1 il. Hiring lo i
I, h -in.-.- mill, ihi fii n in.
ht'AYNK <1A IthENS \'\\ I'ARK
'KN III: HI : S w >3th -
Mill in.. I "I-.i i.l.i inteiidi Id i. m-i. :
nil nil ..,'. K f the I
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\\ \ HAVES SIi UlHISi >N
\V si.l i'i: i MIOOSKI
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74394-C
RI Batati of
MA> II si: \sh
Ih ..,....i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml n dltora und All [Nr*on* 11*
lira I nut -
i iti
s. i ere hereby notified and reoAl
i,, prcaem an) .''a.m. and demai
W III' 1. ,,l 111. 1 .,111-' Mi. .
ol M sx II IRAKI!, .I..-, aaed i.
i Dadi C.....i-. Florida, to II
ni. ii. i inn .:i ii ipl cate and a* pn
I i.i. ,| in Section 731.16, I
I Statute*, In their .if!., -v- in thi Com
Courrboua* In Dade County, >'
4 -11 -_'i i's ,,!.,. v.hi,,11 ^.\ ualendar montha fr- .
1 the 'ni. ..i Mu first publlcal on lieri
thi -.Liu. a in i barred.
Dated ji Miami, iTorida, this <""
Han ii \ i.....
KOBE RARASH
\- idminlKtratrlx
I'i al itiim ol Mu> notlci
the .:- .1... '< March, 194T.
IER VIJI PILVERMAN
. tat) ol Mas Baraah
110 Ain-i. > i'.iiik Miami. Kin
I 7-11 ..
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LA DIN d< ceaeed
.11,1 -'Ml. of Nl w
York (" Ihe Count) Judi ea ol Dade
,'..,,i.. and fib Mo- aim In dupll '
.,n.i :i- provided In -
i--.. Ida >' >' "
the Count) I "oui''
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAfSIE LAW
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 74364 B
in ItK: Eatate of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t., vii CreditorH and Ml I'erwon* Hav-
Intt Clalma or Demanda sn., mil Said
Vim a:-e hereb) notified and re4|u red
i., ,,r,-..ii .-'..i-iis ..-..I demand*]
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file ih.. mm m duplicate ..mi bh pro-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 74345
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
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FLORIOA, IN PROBATE
No. 74221-C
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notice to creditors
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and Poultry* YOU MUST U SATISFIED Ot YOUR MONEY RACK

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ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
ARE CLOSED ON SATURDAY
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A JOYOUS AND
FESTIVE PESACH
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