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

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T (Jewish Floi4dian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
'olume 41 Number 15
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 12. 1968
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CORDIAL PASSOVER GREETINGS
STATE DEPARTMENT MEETING
U.S. Asked To
Aid In Flight
of Polish Jews
In cve/y 5ev\eration,orie ought to regard Hirvtsel^as though
A he V^per^onailY comeoutof Egypt. ^^0***^1
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
American Jewish Committee dis-
closed this week that in meetings
With the Polish Ambassador in
Wa-hington and State Department
officials, it had urged the Polish
and United States governments to
expedite the emigration of those
.lews who expressed a desire lo
l< ave Poland.
A three-man delegation repre-
senting the Committee had a meel
ing with Ambassador Jerzy Micha-
lowski. it was stated, to ask the
Polish government to make good
on the promise by Wladyslaw Go
mulka. Communist party chief.
that Jews not wishing to remain
in Poland would be given exit
permits, permitting them to emi-
grate.
State Department officials, who
met with the Committee's board c*
governors at its session here thi
week, were urged to use their gooc*
offices to speed up emigration pre
cedjres at the U.S. Embassy in
Warsaw so that Jews desiring tc
proceed to the United States could
be processed by the Polish emi.grf
tion authorities
The delegation which called 81
(the Polish Embassy left behind a
memorandum denouncing the re-
cent Polish pre.-.- attempts to be
little the ('torts of the Jews in th<
Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
The memorandum denounced
"the obscene attempts by Polish
anti-Semites to revise history and
di mgrate the meaning ui the agony
Of Jewish resistance in the Wa;
Continued on Page J-A
ISRAEL ECONOMIC CONFERENCE TOLD
\ew Era Of Growth Ahead
American Jews Join
In Tribute To King
JERUSALEM (JTA)The world
conomic conference called by
li'riiiii' Minister Eshkol ended here
-,:- week with adoption of several
l.-cNolutions and the launching of
-,< projects and enterprise- to
Ifi.rthrr Israel's economic growth.
The outcome of the four-day par-
| ey which brought together some
! (i leading Jewish businessmen
:iom abroad and several hundred
ol their Israeli counterparts, ap-
m ared to be a new era of partner-
ship and mutual cooperation, based
rot only on substantial capital in-
vestments but on infusion ol know-
how and programs for training Is
raelis in managerial and. produc-
tion skills.
The principal resolutions called
for th establishment of the con-
ference as a permanent body and
for the creation of a giant invest-
ment company, capitalized at more
; than S100 million, to provide long
term financing for Israeli enter-
I prises.
Britain's Sir Sigmund Warburg,
one of the backers of the com-
pany, said that it would invesl
mainly in new enterprises and de-
industries. !l would not
compete with local finance com-
'jut mainly work through
'.hem, he said.
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol out-
lined a program of major economic
growth for israel durir.T the next
four years. Mr. Eshkol, who called
the conference after the Six-Day
War, predicted that Israel's gross
national product would increase at
Continued on Page 12-A
NEW YORK (JTA) Thousands
of American Jews participated in
synagogue and interfaith services
and other memorials for the mar-
tyred Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr..
joined in a memorial march in
Memphis and attended funeral
services in Atlanta this week.
(Expressions of shock and sorrow
over the murder of the civil rights
leader and Ol hope that bis
sination would spur new efforts in
legislation and citizen action to
remedy the plight of the Negro
downtrodden were contained in
numerous messages from Jewish
organizations.
A number ol Jewish meetings
held during the week added special
sessions in Hi King's memory.
More than 300 leaders ol the na-
tion's 25 major American Jewish
organizations attending the two-
day biennial meeting of the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference for Soviet
Jewry here paid tribute to Dr.
King's memory and achievements
at the start of the meeting. Rahi
[Israel Miller, conference chair
i man. called Dr. King "a spokes-
] man for the finest values of. our
nation, and indeed for all human-
y." Dr. King's historic speech >
the sufferings of Soviet Jewry, d
I livered on a nation-wide hook-up
in December, 1966. was replayed
al (he memorial program.
A resolution voicing sorrow and
-hock" and pledging rededication
to the goals for which Dr. Kin*
died was adopted unanimously b;
: ( n bi rs il B'nai Zion attendii -
the annual bill ol rights confereno
oi (he fraternal order here. Noi
man G, Levine, conference chi
man announced that B'nai Zi<
would pi: ove of 1 000 tre
in the Kenned) Freedom Fores!
Jerusalem, bearing Ii King -
name.
Narcotics Now A Jewish Problem
NEW YORK (JTA)The Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies of
.New York announced plans this
*eek for a conference here next
month on the growing problem of
narcotics use and addiction among
Jen -.
-\cw York attorney Howard 1.
'.nine, chairman of the federation
committee on narcotics, said that
the May 8 conference was called
amai / for thi Jewish com-
ty the fact that narcotic- use
[fend, abuse was becoming specif-
. Jewish problem a.-iJ to con-
sider creation, under federation atrists. rabbis, officials of govern-1 are able to afford private treat
auspices, ol a Jewish-sponsored la-
cility to make available to the ,
Jewish user, treatment facilities I
[which combine Jewish social work
i and religious resources
ment treatment programs, and
representatives of various federa-
tion agencies.
The committee was set up under .
auspices of (he federation's com- \
mission on synagogue relations of |
which Rabbi Isaac Ttainin is di-
rector,
Mr. Rhine said that more than
' 100 experts would attend the con-
ference, including doctor-, psychi-
He quoted Father W. L. Damian
Pitcaithly, director of the Good
Samaritan Halfway House, a pri-
vate treatment facility in New
York, as declaring that some 20
percent of persons receiving treat-
ment there were Jews
Mr. Rhine also said that statis-
tic on narcotics use by Jew* were
bard to get. partly because Jews
ment and hence are not often in a
situation requiring referral to pub-
lic institutions.
Indicating that as little as ten
years ago. narcotics abuse was |
rare among Jews. Mr Rhine add
ed that there was little doubt that
narcotics use is high among Jewish
college students, as it is among
college students generally.
He said that the conference was
Continued on Page 11-A
DR. MARTIN lUTHf* KING


Pcce 2-A
Jewisti thr idiatr
Friday April 11
Israel's Press Regrets
Johnson Will Not Run
JERUSALEM OTA) Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol said this week
that hii talks with President John-
son last year had convinced him
that the President was prepared
to place his influence on the side
of peace and 'bin dramatic initia-
tive this ueek, too. will strengthen
the cause of peace and freedom all
over the world.'" Mr. Eshkol com-
mented following President John-
son's announcement last week on
Viet Mm negotiations.
Foreign Minister Abba S. Eban
said. All mankind breathes more
freely today because the prospect
of negotiations has been opened in
the Viet Nam conflict.'' He said
that the policy of standing firm
while seeking negotiations prom-
ised to yield a harvest of peace in
the Middle East. too. But. he warn
ed. tbe Turning point could be con
ceived only when the negotiating
table is approached.
A majority of Israel's news-
papers expressed regret over Pres-
cient Johnson's surprise announce-
ment that he would not seek re
election next fall.
A consensus of the Israeli press
v\a- :hat President Johnson was
one of the staunchest friends of
Israel ever to occupy the White
House The daily Lamerhav. organ
ol (hi Achdut Avodab, -aid. "More
than all of his predecessors, with
the possible exception of President
Truman. Mr Johnson showed com-
prehension of Israel's needs and
lent his support in days of trial."
Hayom. oraan of Gahal. the
Herut-Liberal alignment, sounded
, the same note, declaring. It has
i been many years since Israel had
a friend in the White House like
; President Johnson."
The President's friendship toward
Israel was also stressed by Ha-
, modia, organ of the Agudat Israel.
Omer (Histadrut) and Shearim
(Poale Agudat Israel).
Two of the country's leading
' dailies, Davar and Haaretz. specu-
I lated on the outcome of Mr. John-
j son's peace overtures to North
I Viet Nam. "If Hanoi should refuse
. to come to the conference table
after an unconditional bombing
j pause. President Johnsons past
| Viet Nam policy will be vindicat-
ed." according to Davar. Haaretz
cautioned that tbe Communists
"may decide to drag their feet un-
til a new President enters the
White House."
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tention, expert teaching, and far-
tbe Conservative Day School move- r:?hted educational methodology,"
ment. said that a meeting would R'bbi Rutchik declared.
be held at 8:30 p.m. Apr;! 23 a: Spons of ,he Sch<.chtcr
Temple Zion to discuss plans for School will be vested in the United
the opening of the first grade of Synagogue of America and its af-
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FOR

L.S. Asked To Expedite
Flight Of Polish Jews
filiated
Dade.
congregations in
Continued from Page 1-A
saw Ghetto 25 years ago."
Rep. Bertram L. Podell, New
York Democrat, introduced a bill
in the House this week to admit
",0C0 persons from Poland who
may sek refuge in the United
States to escape "religious perse-
cution."
Denouncing the Polish regime
for its current anti-Semitic cam-
paign. Rep. Podell said. "Most of
those who leave Poland will no
doubt choose to emigrate to Is-
rael." But he felt a special number
of visas above existing quotas
should be aftorded to those who
might prefer to come to the United
States. He said this would demon-
strate that America is keeping its
r iors open to refugees from op-
pression.
"the spouse and children of any-
such alien, if accompanying or fol-
.owing to join, may be issued ,-pe-
cial immigrant visas notwithstand-
-iig such numerical limitation."
Representatives of a number of
American youth organizations
joined this week in a protest in
New York City against the Polish
government's campaign. The state-
ment endorsed by these groups
was drawn up and circulated by
the Young People's Socialist
League, the youth group of the
Socialist Party which Norman
Thomas headed until his recent
retirement, and the Jewish Social-
ist Youth, the youth section of the
Jewish Labor Bund.
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Allred Wax-
, man of Temple Zion. Ralph Fistel
o: Temple Or Olom. and Rabbi
Rutchik are cochairmen of the
sponsoring committee.
The non-profit school will be
open to all members of the corn-
Harassed Polish Jewry was in-
vited erf masse to come and settle
in Israel at a rally held in Tel
Aviv this week to protest the Po-
lish government's current anti-
lewish campaign. The rally, spon-
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1 in ancient times on the
- a; ol lyar for those who were
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t npurity
a r y the
i
the World Jewish Congress and
he Association of Polish Jews in
ra I, was addressed bj Shimon
former Deputy D< fi
il ister and Prof Arieh Tarta-
WJC chairman.
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The Festival Of Freedom -
Privilege And Responsibility
-.-e*--.-.c-scrrC ,e..- aid vvv.;;^ s: c ^ec-.e
Each yea.' the fcme-ccncred rrrucjs serve
to acrenginec sac ex-end 1m iaBptsesaoiM thai
-e -^i.v mear.-.-ahi. fesv/a: makes or. *|
a as.
As we BppraaA tie seder serv.ce we
again raced be Beeed af AffKctaa" reprasent-
ea by the three matzahs, the four cups of BBM
"- "-"-* tour expressions of redemc-
caatatoad ..-. ns Mils. Sm r-/A" iiqa
ir^3 tie caerjqtn cf tre Ahzuqaiy. the "charoset '
cannBesaorc r r \-.e ~-.rr. .v. of v.e :..-ve -...-;
fhe moan to re~_-.c us of the bttmoM af
t.-.e EqypticE bondage
theme of Passover it -.:
b.-
"--*--* --.e freeco-r. that marked Om ezy.^
borr. Ecvst v.-." \-.e or.v..ec=rs. r.ar.ts and re-
oor.5..-....-.e-s of .- ".or.hood.
For the account of Israel's dslivery from
the slavery of Egypt la their crrival in the
Prcrri^sed Land clearly pcinU out the pitfalls
lacinq a people unaccustomed -o the ways
and reirp-..-.-...-...ities of freedom their reoeat-
'-: oat-.ence with the leasjtahip of Moses
end (her* demande for the measure of Mcurtry
'.-led their sojour.-. in Eqvot had provided 'hem.
Freedom for the People ci Israel could not
!'--' he a simr.lc release f'om slaver1/.
Er.route to the Promised Land, the Isrce
reoe:vea the Torch and was fashioned into a
people.
And above all else. Passover marks
transition frcm the darkness that was Eqypt
to the liqht that is Israel.
While the festival has an eternal
Universal messaae not only for fowl bul for
all mankind, this year more than ever, Pass-
over will have special mea.iinqs in difft.-
;..:
For hundreds of thousands of Jews throuch-
', il the world. Passover mu3t aqain be observ-
ed this year without the ben-stir of the freedoms
thai the festival celebrates.
The silences of the Jews of the Sc
Union, the overt anti-Semitism in Poland and
Other East European countries, the harassment
and persecution of the Jews remair.inq in Arab
lands and particularly, the mountinq crisis end
tension in an Israel threa;ened by hostile
neiqhbors. all point to an outlook of concern
for the period ahead.
For the Jews of Russia, the festival of Pass-
over comes as a qrim reminder that the seme
tyrannical forces that had enslaved the Is-
raelites more than three thousand years aqo
are still rampant in our own day.
Once aqain the Jewish people are enqaqed
in a desperate struqqle for their freedom and
security aqainst even miqhtier tyrants than
Pharaoh of old.
The words of the Haqqadah rinq painfully
true this year with the warninq that "In every
qeneration there are those who rise aqainst us
to destroy us."
But if Jews are threatened anywhere in
the world, it is true now more than ever that
freedom is at stake for the world community,
as well.
The attack carried out by the Polish authori-
etis on "Zionists" is an attack upon freedom
qenerally.
The reliqious and cultural disabilities of
the Jews of the Sovie* Union constitute an
attack upon freedom for all mankind.
The persecution of Jews in Eqypt is a threat
to freedom for all.
Freedom in all its ramifications has been
the issue for Israel too.
The State of Israel, the fulfilment of two
thousand yeaTs of struaale and veaminq, has
been under sieqe since its creation 'wo de
cads aao.
The modern Ph.aroahs are committed not
mere'-' to.lhe destruction and annihilation of
the citizens of Israel but to the eradication of
tr.e spir.tua. va.ues .zy,r. wr..cr. the .-.at:cr.
is based.
The State of Israel. .-.% :_2^-r.er.: of two'
nibilatjon of its r.eigl-.ocrs last sammsf vet to-
day it stands free, r.~-;.r.z lecuised the tire
and fury of those dedic crted to its destruction.'
For this we can (asanabty rejoice this
Passover as Jews and as Americans cec.c-ted
to freedom.
But we must not forqet dial t.-.e zz.ze af
freedom is eternal viqi-ar.ce ar.c that the
same enemies still surrou-- brad and are
plotting her destruction w.t.-. mom detennina-
tion than ever.
We must on this Passover rede::.cere our-
selves to helpinq maintain Israel s bard-won
freed om.
While Israei must devote me bulk of her
resources to defendmq her freedom cr.d
security, it is for us to ass one the burden of
carlnq for that naticr. s your.a ar.d sld =:z.<
and handicaped the very ones who ccrried
out their own exodus from the concentration
camps and from the qhettos of Arab lands to
seek freedom ar.d security in the Holy Lcr.d.
Here at home. Passover assumes areater
meaninq as the entire nation is involved in a
struqqle for the complete recognition of human I
rights.
As Jews we must never forqet aux bexnaqe
of overcoming the barriers of prejudice and
poverty thct confronted many of us.
Thus, it is our obliqation as we celebrate
the festival of Freedom to rally recognize the
responsibilities of freedom.
By redicating ourselves to the cause of
freedom everywhere, we can make Passover
truly meaningful in thouqht and in deed.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
More than a week after the traqic event
in Memphis, the nation has not yet recovered
from the shock over the slayinq of Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr., an ouUtandinq champion of
peace and justice not only for the Negro, but
for all people.
The less of the great Negro leader is felt,
throughout the American Jewish community i
where Dr. King was recoqnized ob a friend of
the Jewish people and a stern foe of anti-,
Semitism crmonq Neqroes.
He always souqht to develop and maintain
friendly relations between Neqroes and Jews.
Of particular siqr.ificance was the out-
spoken concern over the plight of Soviet Jewry.
Above all. Dr. Kiuq was the spokesman
for the finest values of our nation and for all
humanity
He was in the forefront of the struqale for
human dignitv and riohts throuahout the world.
Dr. Kino wiJl lona be remembered for his
rare aualitv of determination in the face o'
overwhelming odds to seek out justice in all
cases for all peoole. without rejert to the all-
too-common tecnimies of expediency at the
exn^nse of nrinciDle.
T^e flaMl rowm^>rv' uw aen n.
Kino i to ded'eote oi"-s*Ivm* to further the aim=
of iustice and eaualitv that he prised above
all else.
^. 1 falter cf J-*t! /y.
JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
Johnson And The War
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The s>x.m and
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of a bombini:
and bis ieemins invitsnee to tr.r
kind of negotiation- that could be
endi' .- ;ne war
od. he -
one mar.
"la this poor country e car I
stand the k.nc I thing that hap-
I in Korea after talks began.
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and we lost oearlj twice a- many
men in the period of ta!
did bet .- -- -jlk- But at
we had a fixed line and we could
til the o1
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in our com
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irks about pol
and politicians ran
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Free Hand

grin -- the
- cont.nued until the
| final an-
irhereat the senior
and the shrewder of the two offi-
cers stood up abruptly. By God.
e'l a man He ri- no con-
- any longer except the con-
- of the Commander in Chief
And as Commander in Chief I'll
be damned if he will accept de-
feat His har.d5 are free now
Y I could hardly have a o-
summary of the new- situation. As
to what will happen next, events
may well overtake the publica-
tion of these words.
But it is perhaps not irrelevant
to summarize the report which
this one replaces, which was on
the topic of Hanoi's present
choices and intentions.
Briefly, all the documents cap-
tured from the enemv. from the
level of COSVN directives on
down, currently indicate the in-
tention to go for broke again,
with another great attempt to
achieve the goals of 'the general
offensive and the general upris-
ing."
Enemy Preparations
Here, in the most directly
threatened two most northerlv
provinces of South Vietnam, the
vast enemy preparations are only
too apparent.
In addition to this must be as-
sessed the important evidence of
an article in the Peking People's
Daily with the ultra-authoritative
signature Commentator."
This Commentator article plain-
- BC*1 -.!..
to make *jc.-. anatacr go-far
r*. **- rejected b;
review per.oc alter -
: vie Te r.-r-..-
te of the
ante she* er. ~re are
..-- --.
Pek.- |
--.-:... i ; .-
II .;--
. ::.--
: |
|
herei- r
tree
d ar -- -he Com
tator ai es. Mas
ng U

Hanoi Irrifw
There :- no .: -bt
has be ;\ ..;
Hanoi
The deal he fact
'r.at there WU i ':
the more imps lent C mo
military and political
the south at COSVN*i secret
headquar.tr- r. Cambodia.
Such allies
id. after 1
and set a
M
Tw
ed a- tig. Eithei
the faithful men hase eei
J. once a^ain. to span
effort, to pour out blood
water, to oefore n
in order to succeed
attempted
eral offensive and general jp-
hich sires ...
epared.
Or Hanoi's messengerI
i i tse meeting;
may have explained that the
Politburo is n j toward
tiation*
VKolialiuns
But in this ease it is quite cer-
'J.n that Hanoi's messenger de-
voted his utmost eloquen,
exhorting the faithful to remem-
ber that the chief charact
of the new phase would be "fight.
ing while negotiating" and
understand that the lighting
would be more important
the negotiating.
II la just this kind of Commu-
nist approach, overwhelm
attested by countless earlier ene
my documents on the hi.nhe-f
level, that the President I
guard against with his new free
dom as Commander in Chief
above all
He need not listen to the whim *
of the muddleheaded and tl>
howls of the defeat-at-any-prue
crowd.
If Hanoi's leaders go to the
table, he can >ay "take it or
leave it." And if they will not
take it or if they will not nego-
tiate, he can do what is needed,
which is not much, to win the
war in Vietnam.
' i>>ribt (| -,.e \vahlnet<'
Peart Co DimribuitU by l*s Anele
Times Syndicate.


Friday. April 12. 1968
*Jewist Florid fa Paqe 5-A
Emergency Council To
Increase Area Activities
in
DAVID I.FlffMAN
The South Florida Council on
the Israel Emergencyestablished
last June within hours of the out
weak of the 814-Day Warhas
Stepped up its activity "in the face
of the renewed Middle Kast crisis.''
David B. Kleeman said this week.
Mr Pleemen, a vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tkm, succeeded Leon Kaplan, pres-
idenl oi federation, as chairman
of the South Florida Council. Sey-
mour B. Liebman, president of the
Zionist Council of South Florida, is
inch airman
The body represents all Jewish
Gen. Geva To Reporl
To Community On Crisis
A vi- to Greater Miami next
reek DJ Israeli (ien. Joseph Geva
II highlight intensive activities
M the i mbined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund joint drive
the campaign moves towards
Ihe S2.(W.OOO mark for both di-
risions.
Gen. eva, one of Israel's fore
ust r ijj'ary tacticians and strat
ists, be guest of honor at
Tin night congregational
heeling Temple Beth Sholom at
||h Mian Beach congregation.
\'o\ workers from through
)Ut Dan-, County will gather in
Ihe Temj Emanu-EI Social Hall
School : ilding Wednesday night.
In get off-the-record briefing
irom Gi Qeva
Now thief Defense Attache of
srael for both the United States
and C.-'toa, he is assigned to the
Emba;:. in Washington, D.C.
Nortoi S. Pallctt. general chair
man of ihe CJA-IEF, said this
week that although Combined Jew-
ish Appeal contributions are still
running more than 20 percent
ahead of the 1967 pace, an appre-
ciable reduction in giving to the
rael Emergency
.oted to date.
Fund has been
"Perhaps the fact that Israel is
sending its chief military official
In the Western Hemisphere to meet
with our key leadership and work
ers. coupled with the news of re-
newed fighting with both El Fatah
terrorists and the Jordanian Arab
-i-ii.n tills wccK, will get home to
tfiamiuns that the emergency is
at Irom over.'' Mr. Pallot said.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi of
temple Beth Sholom, will join
with Harold Zinn. chairman of the
board, and Irving Kaplan, vice
president of Temple Beth Sholom.
participating in Tuesday night's
program with Gen. Geva.
Dr. Irving Lehman, rabbi of
Temple Bmanu-EI and national
chairman of the rabbinic cabinet
of the United Jewish Appeal, will
take part in Wednesday night's
county-wide session featuring the
Israeli war hern.
Associate chairmen Shepard
Broad and Robert Russell issued
a call for additional volunteers
this week.
Although no specific goal has
been set for the IEF. it is hoped
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and economic situations confront-
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Mr. I.iebman said the counci
lia> tailed upon the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami to set
aside Sabbath services for the
weekend sary lor community-wide support
of the Jewish state.
The council also asked for accel-
erated participation by all syna-
gogues and temples in the 1968
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, and pointed to
the official position of the Israel
government on fund-raising relat-
ed to the current crisis.
"The United Jewish Appeal not
only has primacy in fund-raising,
but is the only agency authorized
to use the emergency and the word
itself in its campaign programs
and publicity." Mr. Kaplan said.
that a response equal to the out-
pouring of money and support last
June will be obtained.
Under the leadership of Leonard
Rosen, the 1967 Israel Emergency
Fund raised S3.135.000.
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C_oi/c/ii pi/;
EDWARD COHEN
Hubert Humphrey
Tlif exigencies of a weekly-
column being what they are, I
begin this one just before the
newi of Martin Luther King Jr.'s
shocking death was broadcast. It
was lo lie something of a per-
sonal memoir of Hubert Hum-
phrey and, somehow, it seems
singularlj appropriate.
To me. it was the young Mayor
of Minneapolis who. in 1948. fo-
cused the attention of the nation
on the civil rights issue at the
Democratic National Convention
in Philadelphia and turned Hai-
ry Tinman's almost certain defeat
to victors
No one who was thereor who
.saw thai first televised National
Conventionwill forget his bril-
liant and impassioned plea for a
strong civil rights plank in the
Democratic platform, a plank
Which, when adopted and sup-
ported b\ Truman, forced the
"Dixiecrats" I" walk out and gal-
vanized :i tired and discouraged
party
It is one of the ironies of poli-
tics that, as the forces are being
aligned for the Democratic Con-
vention of liMiH. the South is look-
ing toward Vice President Hum
phrcy as the party's standard
bearer in opposition to Senators
McCarthy and Kennedy. For
there is nothing In the record of
the past 20 years to indicate that
Humphrey is any less the strong
advocate of civil rights and Ne-
gro hopes lor a better life.
In 1947. I was on a plane from
Minneapolis with Humphrey and
spent the better part of an hour
talking with him on a wide range
of subjects during which time he
showed his amazing knowledge
of affairs from municipal to In-
ternational.
This quick intelligence and ar
hu led manj to sus
Republican and an industrialist,
he would "vote for Mayor Hum
phrey for anything he ever runs
for (it was already reported that
he would run for U.S. Senator the
following year). He's the first lib-
eral 1 ever voted for. I believe
he's sound and sincere."
1" can't recollect when Hum
phrey's liberal bona fides have
ever been challenged or loiind
wanting on the great liberal
conservative Issues over the last
20 venrs.
One of the founding leaders of
Americana for Democratic Ac-
tion, he has been in the vanguard
of liberal thought and action, and
the same cannot be said for some
of his opponents who now seek
the liberal vote And yet, il is ob-
vious that like the Babbitt who
foreswore his Republicanism tor
Humphrey in Minnesota in l!47
there are many of the same ilk
prepared to do it for him in 1968
Prior to the plane trip. I had
seen Humphrey in "gut "political
action along with other intellec-
tuals, many of them from the
university staff, as they drove the
Communist sympathizers out and
took control of the Democratic
Farmer-Labor party. Notably.
there was Orville Freeman, who
was his assistant, Eugene Mc-
Carthy, and Art Naftalin. a po-
litical science professor at Min-
nesota who Is now Mayor of Min-
neapolis and only one among the
many Jews who are Humphrey's
closest associates.
That weekend, during which
the college crowd played such a
decisive role and became a po-
litical machine, in retrospect pro-
vided McCarthy and Kennedy
with their early campaign plans
this year and leaves Humphrey
only with the big city political
machines behind him
ol liberals have nol forgotli n
record which leu can match For
it lust doesn't seem right lor him
unless I have the wrong man
to go through tins campaign with
only the South, the big cit) boss
es, the business rommunit) and
big labor supporting liis r.nidi
dacy
11 seems to me there are a lot
of Liberal lOU's t<> l- collected,
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ih-iI iii:ii In- is shallow, but I
nave mill 1..-1 in> fcvlinn thai
be w:i- "real." even when I dis-
agreed with him in his defense of
President Johnson's Viet Nam
war policy. Knowing that both
McCarthy and Kennedy would
have accepted the vice presiden-
cy in 19H4don't ask whyI have
often wondered what their posi-
tion would be today had they
linn tapped by LBJ.
When l returned to my sett on
the plane, next to the kind of
man Ifinnesotan Sinclair Lewis
must bave meanl when he wrote
Babbitt.'' 1 was surprised to have
him tell me, 'That fellow's going
to be President ol the United
.State- gome day" He made it
plain that although he was a
III." ;\t>t\ IllK-l Ul 1UIXII itKHll IO|!
was never a happj oHF Ml Hiit*"
was little the George Meany
types had in common with the
Hubert Humphreys on the social
issues which went beyond the
bread and butter stage. Yet, as
this confused and so-American
quadrennial drama unfolds, big
labor is out strongly for him.
As I get older, it become obvi-
ous that the past becomes mote j
precious to me.
Surely it is too much to expect
that the generation which has
just come of age can see beyond
the last four years of Hubert
Humphrey's loyalty.
In writing this little memoir,
I hope only that my generation
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+Jewist fkricfiar
Friday, April 12. 1968
'fctssovcr K^sb&e
rvancc
Starts With jriday <'
vert in
Greater Miami Jewry will I
the observance of Passover at
synagogue services Friday evening
followed by the (Aral seder.
Reform and Liberal congroga-
i on- generally observe only the
firstdayol Pa iver, and hold only
one seder observing the final day
o Passover on Friday, April 19.
Otherwise, seder services will be
held on both Friday and Saturday
evenings, and Friday and Satur-
day, Apr.; 10 and 2u are the con-
i tiding day.- o. Passover.
Preparatory observances in con-
on with Pas-over include:
Siyuni rlabechorim (special
o
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr.
seevite for first-born males) is held
loVowlRg the early morning week-
day services on Friday morning.
Last tune for eating Chametz
on Friday morning is 9:18 a.m.
Last time for burning or sell-
ing Cbemetz is 10 a.m. Friday.
This ceremony, known ai "Koi
i tomira." includes renunciation of
owiursip of any undiscovered
Chametz in the home.
Bedikat Chametz, the tradi-
tional search for the Chametz.
have been completed by
Thursday evening after nightfall.
;i mi Frida) 6:80 p.in Snturda) K:3<'
.1 ir J-. : lll-i. I'.r. ;.....I P I til Sill
6738 p in Hundit) "" n in mill
-. ::i' |, in Thursday, April is. .:.:;.. p.m
r'n.lai. April 1. :' K in
d
<^edcr
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
j S> i in. >ii "Tl I......- \ ri
>- y Si nni'i The Jew ;.nil
\i -i l, s. i-
in..11 "Freedom >.f Blind."
YOUNG ISHAEL OF WIlAMI BEACH
1542-4J Washington Ave. Rabiii A.
Ben-Hillel
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Passover Reflection
s
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
I i .,iiiy i. :i. i. iii Saturday 10:3" H.m
I ... .\in/\ ili Stephen, miii nf Mr. Anil
) I l.:i r in t Jaffee Vlskoi l-'t i -
:.> Api il 19, 96 .i in .hi.I 8:38 p.m
----------
EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday *> imii Saturday : .. in Ser-
mon: Tl Value* \\' Shim.I for
Ti.i,. War- Later." Saturday i; p.m.
Sunday '.' .. mi Berinoii: "Revolution
Evolution Mull'* Divine Rhrht?"
mi i.iv II :: |i p. Thursdaj April IS.
i in Friday, April 18, '.< a ni
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
14 NISAN 6:23
By RABBI RICHARD LEVITON
Temple Emanu-EI, Ft. Lauderdale
If it hadn t been for the depar
ADATH YESHURUN ,TEMPLE) 'lire flOIll bondage. MOSBS WOUM
Conservative. io?5 nf 1*r* St.. nCver have been able to receive
Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Sclilinsky.
'"Hi
Cantor Harry
p mi Batwrdii
Sterling.
10 a in
rmni -Th. Bread ..! Ml
Saturda) ; :i. pin Sunday v 18 a m '
rtermmi \ Modern la-aik ai the Fnur
-^.. i- Kunda) .in p ni ThHrwIa)-.
April Is. R:3 p mi I"- "I i) April I". I
vi.". :iim Herman: l'" .Miin.i.- sun '
Happen T..l:i> "
----------
BETH TORAH. 164th St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip- '
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
r'rldio i:, .i. inpii......f Find Born :
a.m. Kriilat. '*> p.m. i 'oiia;i 'efPJtl lonal
Seller i*>:l~ p.m Saturday !*:"' a in. Bar |
Mlixvuh: Scroll, win ..f Mr, and Mrs |
llaj N'.i.ili-i Saturday pm Sanda)
- :: :i m ami 6:38 p.m. Thursdn)
April !v '. p.n. I-Yi.lav. April IS, S:SI
a.m.
I'.-.'..I.' Baturdaj 6:38 p.m. un-
jfco a M. Bel Ma.a "HBHHOVel
Th. !..,. i of i-r,,.., ,m for Humanity."
Uuda) -..," |..in Thursday, April 18
" ii.in Friday, April IS, 8:38 ., ,
* n...... "The birth the Principle
'< Hum.hi Liberty."
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Frida} 7 u.m Redemption of First
1 88 p m Saturday 8 a in Ber-
ii.....: "From Slaverj to Freedom."
i .... p m fefundfls 8 a mi s. rmo i
l-'...mi slavery in Fri-edom." 6:80
l in Bunds.) i in s. rtnon "Paas-
r*f. Kit i.-. :ai p m
Thursday, April iv 8:3a p.m Friday.
April 18, a mi Bermon "Th Parting
i Hi.- Bean."
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 1?th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:1*i p.m. Baturda> K:45 a m
^-rinou: "Peace p. Come/' Sunday
s i". a in Harmon: "The Valiant
FlKtltem." Tliui-ilav. April 1\. 6:18
I mi Frida) April in. 8:45 a.m.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st Place.
Conservative.
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday p.m S iiunlai '.' :i m and S
i in. Quasi -pi-.iki-r. M. Miller, i-on-
Breejition urwildimt, >>n "Dlunity in
Slavery." 'rbur>"ln>. April IS. 6 p.m.
Friday, April l!1. 9 am Sermon:
' Seetne is IW-llrvine;."
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
I-1 aI.i.i. Siyuni i:,,li,.in,, 7 a m l-'ri-
nwy : :. in Baiurdaj : a.m. Hlneha
ii pm mhhi4\ :.:'.. p.mi Btmdaj
- a Pi .M.ii.ha 8:3a p.m followed by
Maan\ I'lilli .1.. > A,nil Is, .;.:.-, m
Frldaj -la m.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamches
i-rnlaj .,:.:.i p mi Hnturdn) ^ ::.. a m
.Sermon: \'.,uiii Ally ah From i;i.-vpi
1'" rhoajHuiid yearn Agn." Bat-
: urdaj '.:.:" p.m Bunday ^ :,.. a n
sermon: "The BxoauH aa manlratlon
in ami, in an HlHtory T1iuimI.iv. April
- I" p.m Friday. April IS 30
Sermon: "When lurael Sane,"
NEW BETH JACOB. 1140 Alton Rd.
iiiilay 8:3ii p.m. Baturdaj 8:38 am
an.I ii:::.i p.m Sunday 8:30 a in Thurs-
day. April 18, S:S0 p.m. i-viilny 8::m
a.m.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Roaenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
1'- i.i. v Redemption ,.f Flrpi Born. 7:i-">
.. in i"i-i,I:i% ; ai p.m Sniurrlav 8:45
..in Harmon i'..iu Fr.....Intm>." sm-
urday 7:^n p m Sunila\ *-:l". a.m, Ber- .
mon: 'DeiniKiriiej Thurmtar, April reading attempts to tell us thioueh
18, 7 pm Friday, April Iv. 8:4." a in
Sermon: "8oaa of .\|.>s,-.--."
the Torah upon
lit. Sinai and
briii:; the chil-
dren of Israel
into a perma-
nent covenant-
al relationship
with (iod.
Passover cele
brates ihis his-
toric moment in
the history of
the Jewish
people and all
mankind
Our sayes remind us that the
Exodus was but a prelude to .Sinai
freedom from slavery meant
.reedoin Iroru a different kind of
responsibility Our weekly Torah
Rabbi levifon
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday Redemption of Find Born 7:17.
i in Frtdnj i :i" p.m. Baturdaj 8
a mi Bel.....M "The Ten PlaKUes A
Symbol ,.f t'lvlliaatlon." Mm.ha 6:1."
i. in Maarlv S:3a p.m Bunda; 9 a m
Sermon "The UeHaaaTi ol Pa>ivei
I-. Ain.fi. an Jewn Four S.'iiv"
siory and statute what this respon-
sibility is.
B NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF OREATEH
MIAMI. 1S7 NE 1th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
1-Vi.lay 6:3fl p.in Baturda) 8:43 u.m.
Bi-rmon, 10:30 am. Th,- I iif f.-n m.-,-~
Between QueatioitH and Anawera." 8:80
P in Bunda; 8:45 a.m. Sermon, 10:3"
h m. "Th,' Secrets <>f Jewtah Xum.-r
olosfj 6:30 p m. Thursday, April is.
6:30 p.m. Frldny, April 18, 8:45 am.
Sermon, I0;3a a m "Heaven l.- Here
On Earth."
WINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
3755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari
I May 8:13 p m Saturday 8:38 am
I r Milzvuli: Slielilon l>-vint-. Salur-
ilay 6:3fi p.m. Sunday 8:30 am. Bar
.. l(sjrah: Don Oral*". Bunday 1:30 p.m
Thursday, April i^. 6:30 p.m Friday,
A .ril 1^. S::ai a in
TiFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Ca'tor Albert Gi.intz.
Friday i. '> pm Baturday : a m ami
8 ::n p ni Sunday 8 a.m. Thursday,
A.ril is s;l.-, pni Friday. April 1H,
' a in
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 851 E.
4th Ave.. Hiaieah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday Kedemption < Kirsi Born 7
a m. Pridaj 6:30 p.m. Baturday '.'
a in. imii i;:tr. p m. Seder dinner 7:1a
p mi Buuda) 8 a in. Thursday, April
l- !.:"" pin Friday, April IB, :i am
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ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BEACH
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1548
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Brteh.
I- nil; > a pin. Baturdaj 8:30 am and
|| p in .sumliii s:::n a m and 6 p.m
iiiui-iia> April is, :!.-, p.m. Friday,
Vnril 11'. s:.16 u.m.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromr.h Canter David Conviser.
Friday 6:11 p m. Oontrreatlonul Beder
US p.m Saiurdny Him", a.m. Tliur>-
l.i.v. April is. s p.m ReadlliKa from:
<>iii of ii,- wiiiriwino." rrlSaj
April IS, IO.-45 a m Sernvrn: "W.-
Musi -V..I Forget iln- Spring of IMS."
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Frida) i;:i." p m Saturday B:3fl a m
Sermon: "Freedom." Mlncha 8:1.". p.m,
Sunday 8:30 a.m, Sermon: "Counting:."
Bnturda] 8:3n a in. Sunday 8:80. Fri-
day, April li'. s::;.i
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwoig.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday Kedemptli.....f Pirsl Born s
a in Friday 8 p.m. First Ti-mpie
Seder 7 p.m. Saturday : a m ami
6:80 pin Becoml Timpl.- Seder 7
p. m Bunday :> a.m,
This week the Story of Passover
is read in synagogues around ihe
world it i> described as -the
bejftnninfi of months ."
Families gather around seder
tables with children reciting the
, sinai (Templei. of north dade Four Questions and the Haynadah
Zve'Te^m^bi^h^fng^ ^ '' ^> d '''
Hrida} -hon service :::" p.m. north j ---------------------------------
Miami Beach I'iv'n- (Vnter. t'ongrega-
ii..iial Seder, 6 p.m Baturday n am
Washington Federal Auditorium, 69!
NH I St St. Bar Mltsrah: Stephen
mm nf Mr. ami Mrs Joseph tt'eili-
In it. r Tliur-ilav. April |v. 7:::-. p.m
fluisi speaker: l**>llin Johnson, annual
freedom laoture. K'riilay Visitor ii a in
SKY LAKE SYNACOOUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
Frida] 8:30 p.m Baturday : a in s.-r-
mi.ii: "Freeiloni In Our Time -
Pharnoah Vesi.-rday ami Today." Sal-
unlay 7 p.m. Sunday : a in Sermon:
"Tin Wise Man." Sundav 7:2" p.m
Thursday, April is. fi:3 p.m. Friday.
April l|i. : am ah-nnon: "Tlie Sonu
..f Freedom."
the answers to these qiu
With Passoxer. the Jewi
ir appear upon the stagi
lory.
Passover would remind its
people in slavery need not
heir lot as a lait aeeniiip!
iroper leaxfereWp, organ
and hiah ideals. the> BMQ be
o transform their siaveri
creative and purposeful free
We Jew*, necause of our hum
.le origins, have learned to hole
in to lite, to love life and in
iv it bv doing the besl we know
IOW as human beings
Life in all its dimensions i> to
be aecepted and each human being
according to his ability is to ton
tribute to the larger welfare i.
mankind, and in so doing, put> .
measure of order into what migh!
itherwi.se be chios.
Passover thus celebrates man's
.reat potential for Bvins. Man i-
capable ol emersins Irom a myi
iad of K^ypts each day may !>.-
the "beginning of months .
Let us pray thai we remembei
well the lessons of the Paasove
and that someday soon all map.
cuiil will be able lo live logethe
n a creative covenant of humai
oncern and dimnrty
Bureau Of Jewish Education Announces
Winners Of Annual Essay Art Contest
Winners in the annual Essay-Art
Contest of the Bureau of Jewish
Education were announced at the
Annual Awards meeting of the
Bureau this week.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
AGUDAtH ISRAEL. 7801 Ci.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
i rlday Blyum Beehnrlm 7 4. a m. Kri-
.. > i; :ai p in Saturday 8:S0 a.m. S.r-
ii..a: "Tin- spirit off iln- Passover
Tins p8fl II prepared in \
cooperation With the Greater
Miami Rahhmiral AtMiriiifion.
Coordiiniii.i- of the feature*
appearint here It
DR MAX L1PSCHIT7
Shirididl Leader of
Beth Torah Congregation
oe North Miami Bpach
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
l-'ri.lay Redemption of Firs! Horn
A I"nii..l Nations in a Divided
. ::i" a m Baturday x::m a.m Sermaa:
World." Saturday '.::[ p.m. Suniliiv
v"" a in Sermon 'Tin- Question mill
Answer Period." Sunday 6:,10 p.m
Prhhiy. April 19, K:3 u.m. Sermon:
Wi- Shall Stna; AI l.am "
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1416 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
I'"iiila> rtodempllon of First Born s
a.m. Friday i;:ir> p.m Baturday B:M
a m an.I 8:38 n.m Sumliiy 8:88 a in
an.I 6:38 p.m. Sunday 8:38 a.m. ami
6:3n p.m. Thursday, April is. 6 1 r.
p.m Krlilny. April It, x:|ii a m
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Prlday 6:88 p m Baturdaj 9 a m
Sermon: "The Fourth Mataoh." Bat-
urday 8:30 p.m Bunday : a m, Ser-
mon: .Slav..- Int.. Blavei
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Friday Redemption of First Horn x
a.m. Friday 8:tB p.m. Beder 8:41 Bat-
urday s:t:, a.m. Bermon: "The Miracle
..f Passover in our Time." Baturday
i.i- |. in Second Beder (:4R p.m. Bun-
day 8:4t a m Bermon: "Paaaover Is
a lli.li.lay of Queslionn." Tlmrsilav
April IX. i,::i(i p.m. Friday R:4G a in
Sermon: "We are Constantly Crosalna
Ihe lieil S.-a "
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Dr.,
"-Hodox. Rab^i Phineas Weber-
man.
Friday rteilemptlrm of First Born 7
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
SMI. 90 NE 171st St. Orthodox,
abtri Naftall Porush.
Frldnj 6:30 p m Baturday 8 am Ber-
mon: "Freedom from \viiai"" Batur-
day 6:88 p.m. followed by Bhalnsh
s.-uiioi. Sunday a.m. and 6:88 pm
Thursday. April is. 6:3n p.m. Friday
8 a m
In the junior division of the Art
Contest, Lynne Miller of Beth
David took first prize. Second prize
was awarded to Yael Yanich of
Temple Israel. Third prize went to
Lynne Goldman, fourth prize to
JlI hflh 32* JL C.SPn; Cail SUv<* and fift" Pri-^o Bes
r7n,e?Mili "h H,fnCH0f;sit ^Farber. all of Beth David
Greater Miami and Hollywood. confirmation. Arnold Goodman ot
First prize in the senior group TemPle Emanu-EI, Ft. Lauderdale,
of the Essay Contest went to Bar- j r*ived honorable mention
bara Bretan of Beth David Congre- |
nation. Madeline Trauria. also of
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Friday :. p.m. Baturdaj 11:15 a.m
Friday, April 19, 9 a m.
ZAMORA (TEMPLEI 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Friday ; p.m, Baturday 8:48 a m ami
ii p m. Sunday s-4.-. n.m nnd : pm
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip
Beth David, was awarded second
prue; Andy Lavin and Len Gold-
stein, both of Beth Torah Congre-
gation, third and fourth prize, re-
spectively, with fifth prize going
to Janet Rachman of the Central
Hebrew High School.
In the junior division of the
Essay Contest, first prize was
awarded to Ellen Macht of Temple
Israel; second prize to Franci Tal-
bot of Temple Beth Am: third
The essay and art subjects were
What is Happening to the Jews
in Russia?" for the junior division,
and "What Effect Did the Six-Day
War Have Upon Israeli and Amer-
ican Jewry?" for the senior di
i vision.
Judges were artists Mrs. Reyna
Youngerman and Charles Jacob
son; Dr. Sigmund Fogler and Jack
Alexander, of the Zionist Districts,
Herbert Zvi Berger and Louis
Sehwartzman, of the Bureau of
Jewish Education
Chaiton. cantor Theodore Mindich. I rize to Philin Sehlanor of T.mnU 'Jewish Education
Saturday s a.m follow. .1 by Kiii.iu>ii "" lo rnuip acniager of Temple i
emanu el ^ioT^Anir.-, a B,elh Tov-and fourth prize to Ellen Serving on the Coi
R^ormERabbi01Rich.rdndMeWL,ev^n ^itch of Temple Adath Yeshurun. Arrangements were Is
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 E. Hallandale Beach
CENTER.
Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
In the senior division of the Art
Contest, first prize was awarded
to Laura Levene of Temple Israel;
second prize went to Aaron Salem
and third prize to Mike Newman,
both of Temple Beth Am: fourth
prize to Ian Silverman, fifth prize
to Orna Amikam. and honorable
mention to Ira Buchwald and Jay
Rabbi Feinstem. all of Temple Emanu-EI.
BETH EL (TEMPLE). 8. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday r.:ln p.m. Coiicn-irational Seder
ai bnfflywood B<>arli Hotel 6 iim
Baturday 11 a in,
BETH SHALOM
(TEMPLE). 1726
R
Cantor PbJlie
Morton Malavaky.
Lutman.
Saturday 8 n m Bunday am
Committee of
saac Donen.
Jack Alexander, Morris Kristal,
Morris Simon and Gilbert Rappa
port, of the Zionist Districts, and
Louis Sehwartzman of the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Art objects were placed on ex
libit in the auditorium of Temple
Emanu-EI and the first and second
prize-winning essays in each di-
vision were publicly read by the
winners.
I"
:!
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
iKabbinical .

evtsion
v.
re>grants
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3500 SW 69th
Way. Conservative.
Cutler.
Rabbi Irwin
POMPANO BEACH
------e-------
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11th
Conservative. Rabbi Morris
Segal.
Ave..
A. Skop. Cantor Leon
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Center, 9301
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac
O. Vine.
Frldny 6:ir, p.m. Saturday : am Sun-
day < a m.
Apr. 14-Ch. 10 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner Tamid.
Miami Beach
Apr. 14-Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, Temple Beth Am
Theme: Passover
Apr. 16-Ch. 2. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man
Topic: Current Issues
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-
m( Miami Beach; Rev. Albert Schmidt. Once
Lutheran Church of Miami Springs; Rev. Rene
Oracida. Nativity Catholic Church.
I*"l1*' "tniir......-------lim _......


lay. April 12. 1968
Jfemtofl fhridinr
Paqe 9A
Planners of the first annual dinner-dance to
benefit the Solomon Schechter Day School
of Temple Emanu-El. scheduled for April 21
in the Miami Beach conqriqation's Grand
Ballroom, talk thinqs over at a luncheon
hosted by Irvinq Cowan, chairman of the
S136-a-couple function. Shown (from left):
are Joseph M. Rose, honorary president;
Dr. Irvinq Lehrman. rabHi: Mr. Cowan:
Joseph Cohen, president; Max Boderman.
honorary president, and Murry Koretzky,
associate chairman.
Emanu-El Sets Plans
For Schechter Fete
A scries of meetings and reiip-
|on> this WMk marked final piopa
ntions for the first annual dinner
fancc in behalf of the Solomon
leheehter Day Sehool ol Temple
pmanu-El. committee chairman
rvin Cowan reported.
Mr. aud Mrs. Murry Koretzky
lOSted a cocktail reception at their
lome, during which Dr. Irvin.s
[.hriuun and Joseph Cohen, new
ongregational president, reported
>n future plans for the school.
[which has daily sessions in the
hemple Emanu-El North Branch.
r77th St. and Dickens Ave.
Mr. Cowan hosted a luncheon in
[honor of his father, who took over
hhe presidency of the South's larg-
est Conservative congregation last
eekend.
A scholarship program was an-
nounced at the luncheon, with in-
dividuals, firms and foundations
throughout the community being
called upon to provide SO scholar-
ships at MOO each for the Solomon
Schechter Day School.
Samuel N. Friedland and Harry
I'earlman are honorary chairmen
of the S136-a-couple dinner-dance
which will feature an original can-
! tata by more than 50 members of
the school's student body. Co-
I chairmen are Mr. Koretzky. Milton
Sirkin. Ellison Kosolf, Harry A
Levy and Ben Kline.
"'With our school now serving
members of several other congre-
i
nations throughout Dadeand Brow-
ard counties, we now call for
community-wide support of this
vital foundation of Jewish educa-
tion," Mr. Cowan asserted.
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British Jew Is Named
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LONDON (WNS) The British
Foreign Office has named Horace
Phillips, a Jew. as envoy to Saudi
Arabia.
The (;iasgow-born diplomat has
been a career servant in the Mid-
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'Health In Nuclear Age' Is Nursing Council Topic
The Dade County Disaster Nurs- reM made in the medical liel !
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held in Wolfson Auditorium. Mount Wl.n as what civil defense and
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Sa^s Encounter Can't Be Avoided
iver
MRS. SOLOMON SCHIFF
... v

EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Tj .. rver of in-
national i : must have
for s ime time
iilers of Ru>-
in a war ^jain-t
is ; this war
.- personal war of the ruling
party of that country whose people
also victims of th< m totalitar-
..::' warlords.
Not nize this war as a
reality, thought it is not officially
declared. i> :> : Igment
icta can onlj in more dev-
"::ig conseq.u
This is noticeable most vividly
h\ the frontiers of the Jewish State
of Israel, where a i.-eat arsenal of
Soviet military power is deployed,
with th- express purpose of de-
the Stal and annihilating
the Jews there
It is also a proven fact that in
Soviet Russia the Jews are cruelly
persecuted and doomed to spiritual
genocide. These inhumanities wen
protested even by Communist in-
tellectuals, outside of Russia, who
normally are deaf to human suf-
fering.
During the Six-Day War in Is-
: that their
to wipe out the
'(- by arming their sub-
ent Arab countries was not
Me.
The confrontation of Jews with
totalitarian powers is an historical
imenon which is unavoidable.
The basic humani'.jrian concepts
of the Jews reject a system which
is built on intolerance and sup-
pression. The Jews are singled out
eir first targets as scapegoats
for the failure of the system, in
which their captive people are
forced to live There is a resem-
blance oetween Nazi and Commu-
nisl methods; though different in
their formulas, they nevertheless
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America to share such distinction.
I must note a misstatement by
the author of Jewish Quiz Box. He
states "In our Western tradition,
the child is named after a deceased
person." This is an Ashkenazic tra-
dition superstition would be a
better word. However, and of
greater import, this "tradition" is
not followed by the Sephardic I
Jews.
Ashkenazi Jews are too prone to
regard themselves as the sole Jews !
and the arbiters and bearers of all
Jewish traditions. We forget too
easily that the Sephardim exist in
great numbers even here in Dade
County and that they are bearers :
of even older traditions and
minhagim (customs).
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
l enjoy reading the "What's
Cooking'" column, but it'- obvious
the writer is nol aware of the
dietary lav for Passover
in the April 5th edition, she |
states thai besides Matzoh, llaro-
set and bitter herbs which are a
must the housewife can use
her own ingenuity, and then goes
on in her recipes to include baking
powder. Hour mot specifying Pass-
over cake Hour) rum flavor and
bread crumbs.
A brief check into the laws
would have told her that these
things are not permissible.
It would seem that if the writer
is to fulfill her role in providing
a service to her readers, .-he should
familiarize herself with the laws
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vJewlst) tkwidHain
Page 11-A
Checking results of an appeal lor the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
among guests and permanent residents of
the Edward Hotel in Miami Beach are (from
left): Al Sherman, master of ceremonies;
Isidor Goldman, a guest; Joe Sperling, hotel
owner; Max Liberson and Harry Malaretz-
ky, guests. Hotel appeals are amonq numer-
ous activities for the CJA-IEF being co-
ordinated in Miami Beach's South Shore
division chaired by Abraham Grunhut.
Narcotics Are Now
A Jewish Problem
Continued from Page 1-A
expected to produce some specific
information on the distribution of
narcotics users among Jews and
on the degree to which specifically
Jewish problems had a role in the
pressures to which narcotics use
is a response.
He said there was now no treat-
ment facility under Jewish aus-
pices and that the Jewish commu-
nity had done nothing to grapple
with the problem.
Pointing out that Catholic and
Protestant groups have long spon-
sored such facilities and that offi-
cials of such treatment centers
oiten call Jewish institutions when
a Jewish person comes to them for
help, he said that when a rabbi
encounters this problem among his
congregants, he should have a
Jewish facility for referral, rather
than to have to go to a govern-
ment agency or to another relig-
ious group.
Another objective of the confer-
ence, he said, will be to formulate
plans lor an education program on
the problem for synagogues, Jew-
ish centers and similar federation
institutions.
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Mariamnc. Both were beautiful
women. The King had the first
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I Miami, Florida, Friday, April 12, 1968
Se-ior. E
Sam Seitlin, newly elected president of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami (left) congratulates retirinq president Paul
Faske as he receives the first Florida Humanitarian Award
in recognition of his three years of service in the post.
Sam Seitlin Takes Helm
At Y Annual Meeting
Community-Wide Bond Celebration
To Mark Israel's Twentieth Year
Sam Seitlin, a founder of the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, was
fleeted president of the agency for
3968-1969 at its Annual Meeting.
Hundreds of civic and religious
dignitaries participated in the
event. Mr. Seitlin has served as
vice president of the 'Y' and as a
member of its board of directors.
The Annual Meeting also honor-
ed retiring President Paul Faske,
who stepped down after three years
of service by presenting him with
the first Florida Humanitarian
Award "in recognition of devoted
and productive leadership as pres-
ident of the YM-YWHA for three
successive terms; for dedicated
service on behalf of his people,
his community and his nation .. ."
YM-YWHA vice president Norton
Pallot was chairman for the eve-
ning.
A community tribute from the
United Fund was tendered to Mr.
Faske by Marshall S. Harris. Leon
Kaplan, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation president, who also act-
fd as installing officer, presented
a similar tribute. The YM-YWHA
-s a beneficiary agency of both
organizations.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, who delivered the in-
vocation, also took the occasion
ior a brief eulogy to the late Dr.
Martin Luther King and asked for
a minute of silence in his memory.
A special telegram to the widow
of Dr. King on behalf of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami, express-
ing the shock and sorrow of the
YMHA members and leaders was
read to the audience.
In his acceptance speech, the
new president pledged that he
would continue in the footsteps of
his predecessors and would carry
on the tasks which lie ahead to
assure the YMYWHA's role as "a
vibrant center of activitiesa place
where all members of the family
can congregate for recreational,
social and cultural benefits through
guided group experiences with
meaningful Jewish content."
Mr. Faske in his address to the
\ meeting reported on the progress
ol the 'Y' during his three years as
| president.
Efraim H. Gale, executive direc-
; tor of the YM-YWHA of Greater
i Miami, made special presentations
on behalf of the staff and the vari-
I ous groups participating in Y'
activities.
A feature of the evening was the
opening of the Premiere Art Ex-
hibit arranged through the cour-
tesy of the Gloria Luria Gallery
of Miami and featuring originals
of world lamous artists including
leading Jewish painters.
Miami Rabbis Express
'Shock' At King's Death
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami expressed its "deep
sadness and shock*' this week over
:he slaying of Dr. Martin Luther
King. Jr.
widow, Dr. Irving Lchrman. presi-
dent of the Association, and Rabbi
] Solomon Schiff, executive vice
president, declared:
"The Greater Miami Rabbinical
In a telegram sent to Dr. King's Association joins with all Ameri-
i cans in expressing its deep sadness
i and shock > the tragic loss of Rev.
Martin Luther King. Jr.
"His fearless pursuit of the causes
ol peace and justice for all through
I his passionate dedication to the
I means of non-violence, has left an
indelible mark upon the annals of
American history.
"The principles of equality and
I freedom for which he labored un-
ceasingly, have reached unprece-
dented heights through the ener-
gies he brought to them.
"Our deepest sympathies go out
to his family in these trying mo-
ments. May the dreams which he
did not see fully realized, charge
nil of us to labor with increased
dedication to the causes of equality
and justice. Thus will fulfillment
come to his noble life and in-
spired dreams."
Karl Kalz. arl historian, arche-
oloaist and museum special-
ist, has been appointed the
new director of the Jewish
Museum in New York. The
museum is sponsored by the
Jewish Theoloqical Seminary
of America.
The Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization will sponsor a com-
munal Independence Day dinner
Thursday evening. May 2, at the
l''ontainebleau Hotel, in celebration
of the 20th anniversary of Israel's
establishment.
Dr. Aaron Kalian, executive direc-
tor of the Israel Bond Organization,
who announced the gala event,
noted the celebration in Greater
Miami would take place simultan-
eously with similar events in Jeru-
salem and in other parts of the
world "twenty years to the day
since Israel proclaimed her state-
hood."
Rabbi Leon Kronish, who has
served as Greater Miami Israel
Bond chairman for the past three
years, has been named the re-
cipient of the Prime Minister's
Medallion, to be conferred on him
at the dinner.
Guest of honor at the celebra-
tion will be Gen. Asher Levy, a
hero of Israel's War of Independ-
ence, the Sinai campaign and the
Six-Day War. when he played a
key role in Israel's Southern Com-
mand.
In addition to the local leader-
ship which Rabbi Kronish has
given to the Israel Bond effort, lie
has served for the past seven years
as National Israel Bond chairman
for synagogues and temples and as
a national vice chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization.
Spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, Rabbi Kronish has been
in the forefront of efforts on be-
half of many civic, philanthropic
and Israel causes. He has served
on the executive board of the Cen-
tral Conlerence of American Rab- GtN. ASHER uvr
bis and as a member of the Na-
tional Commission on Education Dav War D<,puty Defense Attache
of the Central Conference.
Gen. Levy, who will represent
the State of Israel at the dinner.
at the Israel Embassy in London.
From 1958 to 1965 he rose through
the ranks of the Armored Corps,
was for two years prior to the Six- to become a Brigade Commander.
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600 Expected At Third Seder
Mor< than (iOO communal lead
i xpected io participate in
I tin1 Thud Seder at the Fontaine-
liii-ati Hotel Sunday evening, spon-
sored b] the Israel Histadrut Com
miltec uf Greater Miami and by
the South Florida Council on
Medical Services and Vocational
Training in Israel.
The dinner will mark the open-
ins "f celebrations for Israel's 20th
anniversary of independence.
Israel Consul General Avraham
Poj-1. Auxiliary
Hold Installation
The i;:aleah-.Miami Springs Jew
ish W; Veterans Post 681 and its
Auxilia > held a joint installation
ol officers at Temple Tifercth Ja-
cob o: Saturday,
Ovei jne hundred comrades of
State Ports and Auxiliary mem-
ber- w< re present.
Rabbi Maurice Klein delivered
the invocation and final prayer.
Avid.ir will lly here from Chicago
to represent his government and
report on the current Middle East
crisis, particularly the renewed""!
fighting between Israel and Jordan.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark,
Miami Beach business and civic
leaders, will receive the coveted
State of Israel-Histadrut Pioneers
Award and the Histadrut Interna-
tional Medal of Honor at the Third
Seder.
The program la scheduled to be-
Sin at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Reserva-
tions are Still available at the His-
tadrut office.
Dr. Leon Kronish. national vice
president of Histadrut and hon-
lorary chairman of the dinner and
celebration, will speak and Cantor
and Mrs. Nico Feldman of Temple
Menorah will entertain during the
aala event.
Mr and Mrs. Newmark are the
second Florida couple to receive
| the Pioneers Award. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Rifkin. also of Miami Beach.
were the only previous recipients.
Mr. Rifkin is chairman of Sun-
day's Third Seder, with Jack S.
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Dr. Anna Brenner Meyers and Lou
Poller.
Sunday's event will spark a cur-
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CJA Women Slate
Coffees to Aid Drive
A -ories of coffees in all areas-
of Dade County this year is re-
pfotlng 'he traditional "no mini-
mum luncheon oi the Young
Women's Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fun i according to Mrs. Robert
Shapiro, division president.
Four coffees will be held Tues-
. at the homes of Mr and Mrs.
Harold J. Brooks, Mr and Mrs.
Harold Gaff:n, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Share and Mr. ana Mrs.
Robert Burger.
Named as cochairmen of the
area coffees are Mrs. Robert Fen-
ster and Mrs. Edwin Ginsbuiii.
Coffees already havi.' been held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gins-
bury and of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Pascrl.
Mrs, Gaffin is vice president of
the 'no minimum'" division, and
is working closely with Mrs. Fen-
ster and Mrs. Ginsburg m planning
the coffees.
A similar proeram of coffees in
Dade County's widespread, distinc-!
tive communities is being planned I
by the overall
MRS. ROBIRT SHAPIRO
according to Mrs. Sidney Schwartz
CJA-IEF chairman for the
Knit.
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THE JEWISH community of
Mexico City was founded in 1909
women's division, by immigrants from Aleppo. Syria.
Mrs. Auerbach Is
Honored By B B.
The Forte Tower* Chapter of
B'nai B'rith. Maccabee Lodge No.
1239. gave special honors this
week to their founding president.
Pauline Auerbach, when she turn-
ed over her gavel to incoming
president Ruth Belokur at a lunch-
eon meeting.
Mrs. Auerbach started her group
in 1965 with only nine members.
The Charter was awarded when a
total of 86 members had been
signed up and there are presently
332 members who are residents
and neighbors of Forte Towers.
Prior to inaugurating the Forte
group. Mrs. Auerbach was a mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith for 33 years
and has worked in all capacities
for the international organization.
The new president, Ruth Belokur.
will have the following officers
during her term of office: Molly
Mann, ways and means; Minna V.
Rhine, membership; Dorothy Mon-
dres, program; Harriet Robins,
donor; Rita Epstein, treasurer;
Elizabeth Finck. financial secre-
tary; Edith K. Fisher, recording
secretary; Gertrude Seidler, corre-
sponding secretary; Ruth Phillips,
sentinel, and Rene Schimmel,
guardian.
KOSHER fOR PASSOVER
MB Hadassah Readies
"Be A Clown" is the name of
the annual show of the Southgate
froiio of Miami Beach Hadassah
to be held at 8 p.m. Sunday, April
21. at the Hibiscus Auditorium.
The show is directed by Dolly
Be A Clown' Show
Kramer and Ethel Schwartz with
a cast of 23 performers. The show
will be followed by dancing.
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Mrs. Max Cohen is president of
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sion; and Mrs. Eugene Bloom, luncheon cochairman.
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friday, April 12. 1968
*, feniii fk>i idfiam
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foremen's Circle Slates Memorial
leeting For Warsaw Ghetto Heroes
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The Workmen's Circle of Great-
i Miami will hold a memorial
Service for the 6.000.000 Jews who !
perished in the Nazi holocaust and i
(or the Jewish resistance fighters
who died in the Warsaw Ghetto up-
(rising at 8 p.m. Wednesday al the \
[Ciiiit headquarters. 25 Washing-
Iton Avi Miami Beach.
Miami Beach Councilman Jo-
[scph Maiek will be guest speaker
I at ihe meeting which will also
feature a film on the Ghetto Re-
volt. Ben Yomen. musician and
I musical director, will be guest
| soloist.
* *
The 1. L. Peretz Workmen's Cir-
cle School will have its annual
Third Seder Sunday at 1 p.m. in
S. Florida Zionist
Council Schedules
Anniversary Fete
A community-wide celebration
of the 2i'th anniversary of Israel's
independence will be held Satur-
daj evei ing, May 4. at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
The even! will be sponsored bj
the Zionist Council of South Flor-
ida in cooperation with the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress and the Anti
Defamation League ol B'naiB'rith.
Seymour B Liebman. president
of the Council, will serve ;is chair-
man ol the celebration.
The committee planning the
event includes, in addition to Mr.
Liebman, Manuel Burstein. co-
chairman and ticket chairman;
Mrs. Harold Greene and Mrs Al-
fred Stone, cochairmen of hospital-
ity; Mrs David Shubow. secretary:
Mrs HowardTrinz, publicity chair-
man; Mrs. Melvill Frumkes, rep-
resenting the American Jewish
Committee: and Mrs. Irving Kap-
lan. American Jewish Congress.
the Algiers Hotel. Miami Beach.
The annual concert of the Work-
men's Circle Chorus will be held
at 8 p.m. Sunday, April 21, at its
Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, when a cantata. "Blow,
Angry Winds, Blow,' tor baritone
solo and chorus will be presented.
The poem written by Avrohom
Relzen was set to music by Ben
Yomen. who will conduct. Sadie
Rochelson is the accompanist.
*
Branch 1059 will have a Theatre
Party Friday evening. April 26. at
the North Miami Playhouse. Film
star Bobby Breen will be seen in
"The Jazz Singer"
Pauline Mildner is in charge of
reservations.
Manuel Burstein will be guest
speaker at the branch's regular
monthly meeting at 8:30 p.m. Sat- '
urday, April 20. in the Washington
Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr Burstein is honorary presi-
dent ol the South Florida Zionist
Council, a member of the board of
directors ot the Histadrut Commit-
I tee and Bonds for Israel.
Joyce Father, a coloratura so-
prano, will sing in Yiddish. He-
brew and English. Also, the latest
film On Israel. "New Frontiers"
will be shown.
Jackson Day Event Slated
By Dade County Democrats
The Democratic Executive Com- ,
mittee of Dade County is sponsor-
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+Jewlst tlvrkMnr
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:r|iami's houses of worship
\reet the Jewish (sornntunity in Oom^A J-loriJa at ]P<
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abbi
JOSEPH COHEN
President
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HYMAN CHABNER
resident
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,'ISH COMMUNITY
PASSOVER
REV. HARRY STERLING
Cantor
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ident
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TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 CARLYIE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
wishes the community of Miami
a Hapiry- and Meaningful Passover
And extends a cordial welcome to all
to attend its Passover Services.
DR. EUGENE LABOVITZ
will preach
CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
will chant the liturgy,
accompanied by the Temple's
Symphonic Choir.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
And the Membership of
TEMPLE MENORAH
Extend Best Wishes
to All
for a Most Happy Passover
The Rabbi, Cantor and Officers
of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Bceah
Wish their members, worshippers and friends
A Happy and Kosher Pesach.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
Extends Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to All
LeRoy Bocofsky
President
David Resenfeld
Rabbi
in Zion Kirtchenbevm
Center
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
from
Temple Sinai of North Dade
North Dade's only Reformed Congregation
RALPH P. KINGSLEY
Rabbi
DR. STANFORD B. COOKE
President
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
301-311 Washington Avenue
1140 ALTON ROAD
WISHES TO ALL ITS MEMBERS.
WORSHIPERS AND FRIENDS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
R ABBI SHMARYAHU T. SWIKSKC
A All ON UffNfff, Vice Prt s.
PHILIP NtMIROVSKY, Vice Pre*.
PHIUP BAIDA, Financial Secy.
MORRIS B. FRANK, President
MOKRIS KMVAT, Vice Pres.
WM. C. MECHANIC, Treasurer
HARVFT riMOUR, ec. Secy.
Rabbi Maurice Klein and Members
of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Wish the Entire Jewish Community
a Most Happy Passover
The Officers, the 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
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
11 Mi'u: iki: i ii tov
RABBI and MRS. MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy PASSOVER to the
Members and Officers of
TEMPLE ZAMORA |
and its affiliated organizations and the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER and OFFICERS of
Temple Judea !
Extend Wishes for a Happy Passover to All
PASSOVER GREETINGS EROM...
Temple Zion
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes for a
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the job itraitiQg bei the d (ficult
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glamoroui and exciting and the
lecretarial oJ got better and better Bui after tn<- war
re rued to Syracuse She met Mike an
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not love al (,.- Each had firm idea Mik i
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gatherings for which Natalie dot", the cooking, her brisket
p Well, Natalie picked up with community activities
/.lien- the left off in Syracuse, ftting involved in the
programs oi Temple Israel, Shores Division NCJW, becom-
ing chairman for the incee society, a Den Mother, being
on the boavtts Of Welfare Planning and Senior Day Center.
Inc. Slie also was on call for every fund railing drive that
came along While (the wa* calling on people in the drive
I'll Multiple Scleiosis, her whole Iile wan changed by a
woman she talked with who said, "You have all the quali-
ties needed for a Market Research interviewer." Natalie's
Interest was sroused, and as a ie.ult she found a job it
an Interviewer.
In IftW), she look another civil service exam and be-
came one of the inspector* of the lJWO Census. As a result
of the outstanding job she did, she was contacted by a re-
search firm about handling their work. She converted
then carporte into an office, and the Natalie 0, Wcilzman
Market Research Service was born.
Her first "little acorn" grew into a "mighty oak" of
research, and she now has more than 80 accounts. Her firm.
one of tin large*! m the South, uses more than 150 inter
Viewers, and does work for national industry, advertising
agencies, research and local agencies sec-king opinions on
any subject from what would be a good location for a bank
to what folks would like in the design of their new car
Life is great, and each day brings a new challenge in the
job lo be done.
Natalie, who has her finger on the pulse of the nation.
Wll not surprised to get a phone cull from out of town
Immediately alter the President dropped his bombshell in
the closing sentences of hi TV speech. "Be ready to do a
political poll," the caller laid.
Without the help of her himband and sons. Natalie says
it would not be possible to carry on her business. It is
their pride, love, tolerance and help that has put her at
the top of her profession. Kntertaining out of town clients
gives Natalie and her husband a chance to pretend they're
tourists and see the wonderful world of entertainment
For amusement on their own. though, thoy "research" the
Jai Alai games. She s.iys her reports aren't as good, as
the ones she sends her clients, however.
Next month when Mike and Natalie go to New York
for a Market Research Convcnlion, the trip will have a
special meaning. Twenty years BgO, af the same hotel.
the Waldorf, Ihey were honey inooners
'llius end- the sloij of Natalie "Horatio Alger" Weitl
man. luhoae "little acorns'' imcw into "mightv oaks."
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Carol, to Alan Irwin Paul, son of
Mi and Mr- l.eonard Paul of
Miami Beach
The future bride will graduate
in June from the University of
Florida where she will receive her
Bachelor o? Arts in Kducation. She
was named the Most Outstanding
Senior of the Helta Phi Epsilon
''. .- bier the vrai presi
'lent, and served a- a member of
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of SMd-nt Organi-
rations.
Her fiance will also graduate in
fi thi I liversity of Flor-
ida, where he will receive hi- B s
in Business Administration with a
degree in Accounting President of
the Freshman class at the univer-
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Barbara Ann. to Gar. Micha'-l
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The future bride is a graduate
Coral Gibles Senior High
Bras sponsor of Hillel AZA Sne
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I luncheon at 12.30 p.m Thursday.
April 18. in the Ocean Room of the
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Jeffrey Meddins Exchange Voivs
MRS. JtffKtr MfDDIN
W.ili. I K
MRS. ArtlVYN SALMAN
\\ .rut i Kjlhll
MRS. Ml WtlNtR
Carolyn Sue Adlcr and Jeffrey
Dean Meddin were united in mar-
riage April 7. in a double ring
caremaay in the Assembly Room
of the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Rabbi
Jo-eph It. Narot olficialed.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Adlcr. 3801
Anderson Rd., Coral Gablea, and
the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David B. Lyons, and the late Mr.
.uitl Mrs. Morris Adler. all ol Coral
Gables. She is a graduate of the
University of Georgia, where she
as a member .>'. Delia l'hi Epsi
Ion sorority.
The son of Mr. ami Mrs. Gerald
Mciidin. Savannah, Ga.. and grand-
son ot .Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Meddin.
I Savannah, and Mrs. Harry Sallow
! and the late Mr. Sallow of Balti-
I more. Md., the groom attended
i Armstrong College in Savannah,
I v.here he was an officer of Tau
| Epsilon l'hi fraternity. Presently
: serving in the United States Air
; Force, he i> stationed at Shav
I Air Force Base, Sumter. S.C
A iloor length gown ol white
. crepe, worn by the bride, was de-
signed with >okc and long point-in-
, hand sleeves of French Chantilly
Valerie Donalds,
Melryn Salman
An* Married
Vali rie, daughter <>t Mr- Evelyn
Donalds and the late Edward Don-
alds. 5255 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, was married on April 7 to
Melvyn Salman, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Henrj Salman 20 Island Ave..
Miami Leach.
The Sunday evening ceremony
I at the Doral Reach Until was per-
formed by Rabbi Mayer Ibramo-
witz.
Attending the bride were Mary
Salman, the groom's sister, who
| was maid of honor, and Cathy
Green, the bride's sister. Lee Don-
alds, the bride's brother, served as
best man. Donald Salman. Jerry
Robbins. Freil Aurelio and Frank
| Phillips ushered.
The bride i- a graduate of Lear
School and Miami Dade Junior
College. Her husband is a graduate
ol the University ol Ariz ina.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will make their home
in New York, where Mr Salman
is a sales executive for Leslie Fay,
Inc.
lace. Medallions of the lace were
uppjiqued on Hie removable chapel
length train of matching crepe. A
double bow ot crepe held the cir-
cular veil of silk illusion, and she
carried a cascade of white orchids,
carnations and -.lephanotis.
Maul of honor was Harriet Man
ning, of Miami. Bridesmaids weie
the groom's >i iter, Shelley Meddin,
and Charlet l.ind, ol Jacksonville.
Davida Mirman, also <>i Miami,
kept the Bride's Book. The attend-
ants wore bright yellow Aline
;owns and carried nosegays in var-
OUS shades of yellow.
Jerry Michaels, of Savannah,
v.as best man. Ronnie Sallow, of
Baltimore, and Jay .Meddin. of Sa-
vannah, ushered.
Alter a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will live in Sumter.
Joel Weiners
Exehange Votvs
An afternoon ceremony in the
j Barcelona Hotel on April 7 united
in marriage the former Honey
Rose and Joel Weiner. Rabbi Max
Lipschitz officiated.
Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Alan
Rose, 1220 NE 176th St., North
Miami Beach, the bride attended
the University of Florida and
Miami-Dado Junior College,
Her husband, the son of Mr and
Mrs Sidney Weiner, 531 NE 172nd
St.. North Miami Beach, attended
Miami-Dade Junior College and is
raduate ol the University of
1 I i. He is a lieutenant in the
U.S. Air Force.
Barbara Meyerson was maid of
1 honor. Jenny Rosenthal and Bar-
ne Weiner served as bridesmaids.
Best man was Jerry Solotkin.
Ushers were Daniel Rose. Jerry
Handelman and Robert Rice.
Alter a honeymoon in Nassau.
I he couple will live in Alexandria.
La.
Miss SUverstein
Is Married To
Melrin Frankel
Mr and Mrs. Melvin Frankel
are honeymooning in Mexico this
week alter being joined in mar-
riage April 7 at Templ<- Emanu El
in a ceremony performed by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman.
The bride, the former Sandra
SUverstein, is the daughter of Mrs.
Tillie Martin. 1612 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach. A graduate of Miami
Senior High, the new Mrs. Frankel
j received her bachelor's degree in
education from the University of
I Miami and is currently a teacher
! in the Dade County public school
IS stem.
Mr. Frankel. whose best man
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tended Cornell University. He rc-
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University of Miami, a law degree
from the U-M Law School, and his
master's degree in law from New
York University, The son of Mr.
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MRS. MEIVIN fRANKEL
and Mrs. Irving Frankel, 795 Lake-
view Dr., Miami Beach, he is a
farmer assistant city attorney for
the city of Miami Beach, and is
now in private law practice as a
member of the firm of Frank"!.
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in Miami Beach.
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Fnday, April 12 io^

Graysons are
Married In
Judea Rites
Vicki Stemerman 3nd Martini..
Grayson exchanged wedding vows
before Rabbis Morris A. Kipper I
and Sclomon Schiff on Saturday, I
March 23. at Te.npie Judea, Coral '
Gables.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs Irving Stemerman, Coral
Gables. Her husband is the son
of Mrs. Natalie Goldberg, of New
York.
The Temple Judea sanctuary
was transformed into a sacred
wedding chapel garden, with a
"'""IIW""!1!
Werner Kahn
MRS. MARTIN 1. GRAYSON
blue satin pathway for the bridal
party, banked with blue and white
floral decorated aisle candelabra
holding garland ropings of white
baby"s breath, Tall standing gold
goblets of blue spider mums, white
snapdragons, stocks, shasta daisies
and baby's breath were flanked
with potted Boston ferns on steps
leading to the altar, where the
traditional floral canopy of shaded
blue chrysanthemums, white snap-
dragons and stocks stood, held by
four white marble-tone pillars en-
twined with boxwood yarlands and
blue flowers.
The bride chose a wedding gown
of white faille appliqued and trim-
med in pale blue, with cathedral
train. Her bridal bouquet was a
cascade of white tiara roses and
stephanotis with pale blue velvet
leaves and a white velvet bow.
Miss Judy Stemerman was her
sister's maid of honor. Her gown
was a pale blue silk satin sheath,
and she carried a cascade bouquet
of blue feathered carnations, white
sweetheart roses with blue minia-
ture velvet leaves and matching
blue velvet bow.
The bride's mother chose a blue
silk shantung sheath, the groom's
mother a flowing blue chiffon, and
blue cymbidium orchid corsages.
Best man was Mitchell Senitt.
Groomsmen included Victor Good-
man II and James Goodman.
Maternal grandparents included
Mrs. Bess Goodman and Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Stemerman. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
David Berger.
A reception was held in the
Temple patio, with tables holding
hurricane candle floral center-
pieces. Dinner followed in the
Temple Social Hall, which had been
transformed into a Pa'ladian gar-
den, resplendent with Kentia trees,
jasmine hedges and blue and white
floral sunbursts on tall white
marble-tone pillars. The bridal
table was decorated with green
boxwood hedge and blue and white
spring flowers. The garden theme
was carried out with white mums
and blue hydrangea plants cen-
tered with a tall gold goblet over-
flowing with blue and white spring
flowers on a bed of green grass
and foliage.
The wedding cake was served
from a garden cart decorated with
irrniinaiy
in
At the annual meeting of the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami held
this past Sunday evening, the
"April in Miami Ball" honored
retiring president Paul Faske.
Mrs. Faske was wearing a two-
piece yellow silk with white icing
the collar. Mrs. Norton Pallot,
wife of the chairman for the eve-
ning, chose white silk with a
black and white checked ascot.
Installed as president was Sam
Seitlin, whose wife was dressed
in white raw silk, with a band of
iridescent sequins at the rounded
neckline. Mrs. Morton Fellman's
Roman striped ensemble was a
multi-color moygashel linen. Her
skimmer was topped with a full-
length coat, and the same stripe
was in the organza ascot. Miss
Miriam Scheinberg's silk skim-
mer was in a frosted orange
color. Spring colors in a floral
print combined in the dress and
coat ensemble worn bv Mrs. Don-
ald Reiff.
Mrs. David Sernaker chose
stripes of pink, blue and white.
Her skimmer was topped with a
matching coat. Pink peau de soie
was the choice of Mrs. Jack Katz-
man. Mrs. Meyer Brilliant wore
a two-piece ice pink brocade
cocktail suit. Mrs. Joseph Mas-
ters made her frosted purple knit
dress and jacket ensemble. An
iridescent thread was knit into
the outfit. Mrs. Wilfred Rose com-
bined coffee and white in her
three-piece knit ensemble. A light
blue silk was worn by Mrs. Mar-
shall Harris.
Mrs. Leonard (Gloria) Luria
(the art exhibit featured at the
event was through the courtesy
of the Gloria Luria Gallery) chose
a softly tailored pink ensemble.
black and white silk.
Another talented women. Miss
-Fanrrt* Levitt, made her black
knit skimmer and crocheted the :
neckline trim. Mrs. Walter Kaye
chose a black'smi'wlrhe silk in a
geometric print with a high man- i
An elegantly tailored white ribbed
silk ottoman suit was Mrs. Carl
Weinkle's choice. Mrs. Louis
Gillman's silk organza featured
o.iibred shades of blue in a floral
print and the hemline was band-
ed in cut-outs of the liowers in \
a loose petal effect.
Mrs. Jack Seitlin's powder blue
silk crepe sleeveless skimmer
had a softly draped bateau neck-
line. Mrs. Max Friedman topped
her black satin skirt with a white
lace overblouse embroidered with
seed pearls and silver caviar
beads. Mrs. Louis Seitlin's long-
sleeved, high-necked, black Chan-
tilly lace over champagne-colored
silk was given the ruffled treat-
ment at neckline and sleeves. A
black chiffon with decollette back
and detailed with panniers, was
the choice of Mrs. Bessie Aronoff.
Mrs. Ray Berrin's silk cocktail
ensemble of emerald green fea-
tured a double-breasted jacket
with gold buttons and skirt with
controlled fullness. The geometric
print Mrs. Mort Meyer chose was
garlands of white baby's breath,
blue flowers and ribbons.
Sylvia Milsen and the staff of
Blossom Shop, Miami Beach, co-
ordinated and designed all floral
decorations and personal flowers.
Mr and Mrs. Grayson will live
in New York, where Mr Grayson
is a copywriter for a national
magazine.
Frances Londoiv,
Leslie J. Gross
Engagement Told
Mrs. Ezekiel J. Londow of Wash-
ington. D.C., announces the engage-
ment of her daughter. Frances, to
Leslie Jay Gross, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Gross, 6380 SW 62nd
Ter. Miss Londow, whose father
was the late Ezekiel J. Londow.
who served as national director of
the Eastern Seaboard region. Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, will
be graduated from Smith College
in June.
Mr. Gross was graduated magna
cum laude from Harvard College,
where he was president of the Gar-
goyle Humor Magazine. He will be
graduated in June from Harvard
Law School and will be associated
with Chief Judge Charles A. Car-
roll, of the Florida Third District
Court of Appeals. A graduate of
Coral Gables High School, he was
a 1961 Silver Knights winner in
general scholarship. During high
school, he was a member and
president of Hillel AZA.
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THE ENTIRE WEEK OF PASSOVER
RESERVATIONS NOT NECESSARY
731 Washington Avenue_____________Phone 538-5401
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue
Phone 532-1671
SERVING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER MEALS
DURING ENTIRE WEEK
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant
Serving STRICTLY Passover Meals for the
Entire Week of Passover Open 10 A.M. j
& 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 -k \
sftoefcen Bouw fcmwffljtfuottt
"ALL YOU CAU TOTfAT"
LUNCHEON DINNER
81.20 S2
11-3 Daily 4:30
Sunday
14875 SOUTH DIXIE HWY.
?jrsrsrararsrere?
COCKTAILS
BAKERY
GIFT SHOP
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
4.0I.E>0\ and POIVT
KOSHER CATERERS """Tl/i
*ron horfc cloenvres to con.u'cte nnffM **^
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
nger the tnct supervision of the U'i" Kasnrs Associat"
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abrahan J Safr*.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MI1ZVAHS RtCEPTIO.HJ
New Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
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9040 BIRD ROAD Phone 226-0331
DAILY 3:00- 10:00-SUN. 1 9:00 CLOSED TUESDAY
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AUTHENTIC CHINESE DINING IN MIAMI
COMPLETE TAKE OUT MENU


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Friday, Anril 12.
Opera, Cantorial
Music To HSghSight
Mesivtr Concert
Seymour Sehwartzman, operatic
; intone with the New York City
Opera Company, will be the fea-
tured guest artist at an evening of
operatic, cantorial and popular
music presented by the HesivU of
(ireater Miami at 8:15 p.m. Mon-
day in the Ida Appel Auditorium
ol the Hebrew Academy, Miami
Beach.
Mr. Sehwartzman. recipient of
the first Richard Tucker Award of
the Friends of Fine Arts, began
his musical career as a cantor.
He made his operatic debut with
the Philadelphia Lyric Opera in
1!)64. and two years later joined
the New York City Opera in their
production of "La Traviata."
Murray Bcrkowitz is chairman
ol the concert. Cochairman are
.Samuel Waldman. Menashe Hirsch
and Hyman Galbut.
JW.V. To Install
Officers Tuesday
Norman Bruce Brown Post No
174. Jewish War Veterans, and its
Ladies Auxiliary will hold a joint
installation of officers at 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Pythian Hall. 4601 W.
Hagler St.
National Commander Samuel
Samuels will install the new offi-
MTs. to be headed by the new
< ommander-elect, Sol Koenigsberg
Of Miami. The Ladies Auxiliary
v. ill install Mrs. Belle Swartz of
( oral Gables tor her second term
as president.
Guest speaker at the meeting
v. ill be Stephen I'. Clark, mayor of
the City of Miami.
The installation committee is
headed by Edwin L. Feibelman of
Miami. Post chairman, and Mrs.
Kenneth Braidman of Miami. Aux-
iliary chairman.
Celebrating another milestone in its progress- -the passing
of the half billion dollar in assets markFirst Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association of Miami held a drawing in
the Downtown Office, awarding cash prizes to the winners.
W. H. Walker, Jr., chairman of the board of First Federal,
is shown with the winner of the S500 Grand Prize. Mrs.
Pearl Johnson, a teller at the North Miami branch. Runners-
up were Claude Hunter and Marv Alexander.
Hi sea viip Kennel
Club To Open
Season May 4th
Biscayne Kennel Club opens its
41st season of greyhound racing
May 4 with S800.000 scheduled for
purse distribution in the 104-night
meeting. A purse of S31.400 is set
for the finals of the All-Florida
June 29
Biscayne this summer also will
feature matinee racing every Sat-
urday, and has completely enclosed
its clubhouse with glass to permit
central air conditioning.
Pan American Is
Set For Saturday
Gulfstream Park, continuing to
run well ahead in both attendance
and parimutuel figures, will stage
its S50.000 Pan American Handi-
cap Saturday afternoon.
The turf classic will feature per-
formers from 10 countries on three
continents over a mile and a half
course.
Paul Newman As
'Harry Frigg' At
Wometeo Theatres
Paul Newman, box office cham- |
pion for several years, stars in '
"Harry Frigg." an unusual motion
picture which has been held over
at Wometco's Miracle. 163rd Street
and Palm Springs theatres.
The story of an enlisted man
who impersonated a general under
military orders also will open Mon-
day at Twin II Theatre in Dade-
land. Today also marks the open-
ing of the much-discussed "Bonnie
and Clyde" at \Vometco"s Boule-
vard. North Dade and 27th Avenue
Drive-In Theaters.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
RAPID DELIVERY
SERVICE
945-4365
RAPID AIR CARGO
633-8591
Happy Holiday Greetinas
SAC CONSTRUCTION
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
Stanley Cohen
Marvin Sheldon
Phone 667-8866
Brotherhood Greetings From
LEES TACKLE,
Inc.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
April 20 Is Deadline For Dade Count)
'Outstanding Citizens Award' Entries
Harder Hall Camp
Features Individual
Coaching In Sports
Registration for 4. 6 and 8-week
sessions at Harder Hall, a golf-
tennis camp for teen-aged boys
ind girls in Sebring. Fla.. is under
way. Ben Roman and A. Rifkin
are camp directors, and inquiries
are handled by S. T. Oiflard at
the camp
Located on beautiful Rex Beach
Lake, the camp is situated in
Florida's central highlands and
features an 18-hole. championship
golf course.
Individual coaching in golf, ten-
nis and water sports by top pro-
fessionals is the focal point of a '
complete summer camp program.
Both pool and lake swimming are
provided, along with water skiing. \
sailing, driver training, fishing
trips, socials and overnight camp-
outs. Academic tutoring also is
available
Harder Hall opens its first ses- |
sion July 1. with the camp open '
until Aug. 25. It will be operated
on double daylight-saving time, so
as to allow a maximum of golf
and tennis activities
Monday. April 20 has been lei
as the deadline tor nominations
lor the Dade County Outstanding
Citizen's Award, according to an
innouncemenl this week by the
Award Committee.
The awards will be presented to
one Dade CounH man and one
woman who. in the estimation of
the Committee, "has performed an
outstanding single function for the
good of Dade County during 1967."
Nominations should be received
by the Committee. 742 Seybold
Bldg.. Miami. Fla. 3:)132. by Sat-
urday. April 20.
The awards will be presented at
a noon luncheon in the Sheraton
Four Ambassadors Hotel Wednes-
day. May 1
Sanfnrd M. Swerdlin directs and
supervises the handling of nomina-
tions.
The event, now in its 21st year,
is sponsored by Sholem Lodge 102-1
of B'nai B'rith. together with a
cross section of local civic club'.
ia..ii societies. Award PMr,.n
lo eph M. Lipton. pr -
Dade Federal Saving! I
'' "I
Association of Miami. Bai
inations include:
James L. Knight, president I
Herald l'ubhshing Co.. nominal
| by Goodwill Industries ol Sm^l
Florida; Mrs. Ellen Wynne \Z
mated by National Hemophffi,
Association; Mrs. Chester Denir
: Leiter. by Heart Association of
(ireater Miami, and Abe s Oofo.
man. by Beth Kodesh Coi
tion.
Crime Commission Unit
Public Safety Director WilUag
K. Purdy will address a public
meeting of the Women's n .,
of the Crime Commission at 10:15
a.m. Wednesdav in the Jordan
Marsh Auditorium on Biscayne
Blvd. at 15th St His subject will
i be "Law Enforcement."
Tennis enthusiasts (left) take a break durina play at Harder
Hall Golf-Tennis Camp in Sebrinq. Fla. At riqht. one ol
the youngsters is given instruction in the correct way to
launch a golfing career.
GREETINGS TO ALL
CLARK-SNYDER PHARMACY
Professional Prescription Service
ALTON RD. at 41st ST.
Prompt Drug Delivery
JE 4-2978
NOW OPEN
RICHARDS FRUIT CENTER
1301 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 2-9495
Best Wishes To All
For A Happy Passover
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
All f0 ft MS Of INSUffANCf
113 AIMERIA AVENUE C0RAl GAB,.[S
Phone 443-2553
To Our Many Friends and Patrons Greetings
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Phone 633-0116
5301 NW 37th AVE.
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MELWINE GARMENT, INC.
2451 N.W. 5th AVENUE phone 633-8318
SIMON WINE, President
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
RUSSELL'S PARCEL SERVICE, INC.
51 N.W. 71st STREET
Phone 751-4281
HAPPY HOLIDAY
SANDS' DELIVERY, INC.
2176 N.W. 23rd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 633-2416


Friday. April 12, 1968
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Morton L Perry Resigns His State Post
To Qualify For Dade County Court Race
Morton I,. Perry, assistant state mercial Frauds,
attorney and chief of the Rackets I Mr Perry has directed a special
and Frauds Division, resigned to Senior Citizens Fraud Section, es-
qualify as a candidate for judge of I tablished by State Attorney Rich-
the Dade County Small Claims | ard Gcrstein last year, devoted to
MORTON I. HWKt
ma Miller Circle
ficers Installed
Mrs. Maxine Forman was in-
lled this week as president of
Anna Miller Circle of Miami
ch Elks.
irar officers installed with Mrs.
man include Mrs. Marvin Kim
1, first vice president; Mrs. Dan
in, second vice president; Mrs.
trade Reinwald, treasurer; Mrs.
liam Adelman. recording secre-
Mrs. Murray Axelrod, cor-
nding secretary; Mrs. Edward
gen-stern, chaplain; Mrs. Ed-
i'rd Shapiro, outer guard; Mrs.
le Baida, inner guard; Mrs.
rt Lew, parliamentarian and
s. Joseph Bergman, historian,
irectors include: Mrs. Ethel
ferdon, Mrs. Morris Kantor, Mrs.
jpilph Phillips, Mrs. Louis Baida
d Mrs. Sol Jaffe.
Court.
Mr. Perry has been commended
by four Dade County Grand Juries
during his five years service as
an assistant state attorney, his
supporters claim.
He is an 18-year member of the
Florida Bar and a founding direc-
tor of the Florida Council on Com
Temple Emailu-El
To Conduct Public
.Seder Services
Temple Emanu-El will usher in
the Passover Festival with a com-
munity Seder at 7 p.m. Friday in
the temple's Ballroom, Joseph Co-
hen, president, has announced.
The second Seder night will also
be observed with a community
Seder Saturday evening.
The Sedarim will be conducted
ihc protection of elderly citizens
froci con men and swindlers.
His supporters say he drafted a
charitable solicitation law adopted
by the 1965 Florida Legislature,
and claim he successfully prose-
cuted and obtained the first con-
viction under this legislation.
Mr. Perry, an expert in the field
of fraud, was selected as keynote
speaker at the Florida Council on
; Commercial Frauds annual con-
; vention in Tampa this month.
He has been a guest lecturer at
the Miami Ponce Academy during
the past seven years, instructing a
course in connection with the Mi-
ami Police Riot Control Program.
He is a member of the Regional
Advisory Board of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith and
la a past president of the organiza-
tion.
He is married to the former
Priscilla Rosenfeld. who, prior to
their marriage, served as assistant
director of the Anti-Defamation
Tri-Faith Tour
\el For Teens
A Tri-Faith Tour for teenagers.
Jesigned to provide teenage trav-
elers with the opportunity of see-
ing' Biblical and historic sights with
leaders of three religious faiths,
lias been organized by Lila Ster-
ling of Gulliver Travels travel
isency.
The Tri-Faith tour will be led
y Rabbi Sol Landau, the Rev.
jfetl Wyrick, and the Rev. John P.
fcLaughlin.
Teenage boys and girls, ages
14-18. will visit leading sights in
Jerusalem, Galilee, Tel Aviv,
tome, Florence, Venice, Milan,
leneva. Lucerne and London.
by Dr. Irving Lchrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, and j League. She is serving as eoordin-
Cantor Zvi Adler. ator of a federally sponsored urban
-------------J-------~ affairs study program through the
LeO KiltSteill To University of Miami. They are the
! parents of two children.
Address Luncheon
Leo Rutstein. former director of
the American Technion Society of
South Eastern United States, will
address the Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Luncheon Club at noon
Tuesday, at the Di Lido Hotel. He
will discuss "Serious Problems
Facing World Jewry."
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will re-
view current Jewish news around
the world.
The Club will continue meeting
throughout the spring and summer
every Tuesday at the Di Lido Ho-
tel. Chairman is Gershon S. Miller.
Mrs. Teitelbaum Launches
$2,000,000 Cargo Vessel
HAMBURG, Germany Mrs.
Joe Teitelbaum of South Dade,
wife of the executive vice presi-
dent of Eagle, Inc., Miami based
transportation firm, launched the
company's newest vessel, the "Ja-
maica Provider."
The $2,000,000 cargo ship left
for its maiden voyage to Miami
where it will be on a weekly run
from Florida to Jamaica.
Rhode Island Clvb
Highlights Twin Bill
The regular monthly meeting of
the Rhode Island Club of Greater
Miami will be a "Double Feature
Nite," to be held at 7 p.m. sharp,
Sunday in the Auditorium of the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Following a short business meet-
ing, presided over by Lou Kerness,
president, two movies will be
shown: "Action Line," the inside
story on a popular newspaper col-
umn, and a recent television docu-
Baton twirling is one of the many activities that fascinate
the youngsters at Camp Ocala, located on a 250-ccre site
in the beautiful Ocala National Forest. Some 300 boys
and girls will open the camp's 14th season when they
arrive for a summer of fun in the sun on June 24.
Morton Towers Men's Club
The Morton Towers Men's Social
Club will meet for breakfast at 9
a.m. Sunday in the Forte Towers
Restaurant.
Constable Murray Meyerson of
Miami Beach will discuss "The
Crime Situation With Relation to
the Constable's Office."
LFGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
are
in the
tarton's Adds Art Gallery Packaging
To Its Kosher-For-Passover Candies
Barton's Bonbonnicre this year j more than one box of chocolates
[has added an art gallery quality and cakes for Passover." Stephen
to its famous line of Kosher For I Klein, president of Barton's, ex-
(Passover candies and cakes, which j plained. "Many buy five, ten, even
available at the 53 Barton fifteen boxes. In addition to en-
Miami joying the delicious taste, I want
them to have a "Jewish art gallery'
for this holiday."
Mr. Klein also said that for the
first time, Barton's Passover line
includes six gift packages at $1.45
each. This lower priced line was
added to make Barton's Passover
products available to all income
groups and to enable customers to
get a larger selection without pay-
ing more. Included in this line are
Chocolate Mints, Viennese Krunch,
Chocolate Cherries, Nut Clusters,
Truffles and Miniature Chocolate
Nuts. All six are packaged in Bar-
ton's new "Jewish Art Gallery"
boxes.
Barton's Passover selections also
include Chocolate Matzohs, Choco-
late Matzoh Balls, Chocolate Layer
Cake and many others, each in its
specially designed holiday gift box
Every box contains an illustrated
page which tells the story' of Pass-
over in pictures and text.
All Barton's Passover products
are manufactured under the super-
vision of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America.
The complete selection is now on
display in the 53 Barton outlets
in and near Miami.
; franchised outlets
iarea.
For the first time, each box of
Assorted and specialty chocolates
nd cookies in Barton's large Pass-
ver selection will have a different
pver design. And each cover de-
features a different symbol
ciated with the holiday and
Jewish life. These designs are
produced from paintings com-
sioned by the candy company.
Abstract multi-colored designs
the background for many of
painted Passover symbols.
example, Passover Viennese
jnch has a striking Lion of Ju-
on a background of purples,
es, yellows and greens. An
arate illustration of an ancient
jgadah decorates Barton's Pass-
Cookie Assortment,
hi their Passover Cordial Cher-
is a Star of David against a
|enta, gold, fuchsia and white
.ground Their Passover Truf-
feature Shabbas candies in
and purple. A painting of Jeru-
showing the distant hills of
decorates the box cover of
Btjtoi'.ettc Miniatures, and a color-
Iiproduction of a Seder plate
, on the Miniature Nuts.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-5613
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AI.IIERTA HROWNI.EE.
Plaintiff.
HERMAN .1. IIK'IWNI.KE.
Defendant
TO: HERMAN J. HROWNI.Ei:
Residence I'nkmwn
You. HERMAN J. BROWN LEE, are
hinby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnal you, and you are required
to serve a cop* of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bin of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, KNc.EL &
pollack. 1700 N.W. 7th Street,
Miami, Klorida. 373-Osni. and fil<- the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Mth 'lay of
May. 196X. If you fail to do so. judjr-
nn'iii by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Hill of Complaint.
This not leu shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KI.OItlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDBRBD at Miami,
Klorida. this 10th day of April A.D.
1968.
B.B. LEATHKKMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Klorida
By: C, P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
i;.\'>:i:r. & pollack
1700 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida
4/12-l*-2 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIHA. 'N pOOBATE
No. 7370-2A
in RE: Bstatc of
PRANK 1.1KA SMITH a I. a
LCliA PRANK SMITH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Saiil Bstate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which you may have against tin-
estate of PRANK l.l'KA SMITH
a/k/a I.CItA PRANK SMITH de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and
and as provided in Section 7.13.16,
Klorida Statutes, in 'heir offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade County
Klorida. within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
I >:. .1 it > tin ml. K'ori.hij this I2tb
the 12th day of April. 1968.
HARTYMAE SMITH
Administratrix
First puhlieatinii of this notice on
the 12th day of Anrll, 1961
ARTHIR W, KART.ICK
Attorney for Administratrix
999 N W Mth Street
Miami, Klorida
t/18-19-26 H :t

NORTH
MIAMI
BEACH
H. W. BEYER
Funeral Chapel
949-3133
Serving Dade and Btoward Counilei
H. W. BEYER. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage iM
business under the fictitious name of
Till-: MOORINGS, at S44" N.B 1st
Avenue, Miami, intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Klorida.
WILLIAM It. KRESS
4 12-19-26 5 1
f'WWWX-^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-5614
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AOVBS TATB.
Plaintiff,
vs
PERCIVALTATB,
Defendant.
TO: PERCIVAT. TATE
Residence Unknown
Vou. PERCIVAL TATE. are hereby
notified that a Hill "f Complaint for
Divoree has been filed against you.
and vou are required to serve a OOP?
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Mill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney. KNOW. POLLACK.
1700 N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Florida.
373-flxni. and file tin- original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
1.1th day of May, 1968, If you fail to
do s". Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in tin- run "f Complaint.
This notice shall be published one..
eaeh we.U for four ......at'vi wrecks
In Tin: JEWISH PIjDRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED III Miami.
Florldn .this 101 It day of April A.D.
II .-
B. B. I.EATHBHMAN. Cli rk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorlda
By: c P. copki.and
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Philip S. OOUHN
BNOE1. A POLLACK
1700 N.W. 7th Street. Miami. Florida
4/12-19-26 5/3
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-5373
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
RALPH Pl'NDERBl'RK,
Plaintiff
MAIDE KINDKKIIIRK.
Defendant. .....
vor, MAUDE PDNDERB1 RK,
Residence llnknown are notified to
serve a eopv of your answer 10 Divoree
Complain) filed against you on Plain-
tiffs attorney, GEORGE Nicholas.
612 N W. 12th Ave., Miami. Klorida.
and file original with Clerk of this
court on or before May IV 1968,
otherwise complain! will be confessed
by vou.
DATED April 4, ions.
E It I.EATHEli.MAN. Clerk
By: K. M. I.VMAN
Deputy ci.-rk
4/12-19-26 .'.'3
Lakeside
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fietitinus name ol
l.il'KMMi:. tit M B.B First Street
Miami. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MAX WEITZ
SYBIL WEITZ
RoltERT Wl-'.ITZ
SOL COHEN
MYERS, KAPLAN & PORTER
Attorneys for applicants
Suite 304. Eleven Fifty llldg.
HSt 8.W. Plrsl Stl.et
Miami, Florida S3120
4/5-12-12-26
Member:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
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J.F.D.A.
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Mh 1st Ftoridian
Friday. April 12,
l!
Happy
Passover
That is the sincere wish
for you and yours from a
the folks at Food Fair.
May the Holidays be full
to overflowing with great
joy, peace and contentment.
fc^^g^S^^^j
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS


"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 12, 1968
Section C
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- It* 1st IhrHtor
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Frida
We Extend
Sincere Good Wishes
To the Entire Jewish
Community .
for a Most Happy
Passover
THE
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANT(
AND TRUST COMPANY 1\
At Miami
- Alfred I duPont BuUding
Ma>br: Federal Dpo*it Insurance C*rp*rrt*,
*4tral Rr*er Sjtreat. Fl*ri4 Nti*aJ Grap>
'i\\C <^-" s"i*:~ "7'.
ASSOCIATES
FINANCE, INC.
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
MR. & MRS.
LESHAW
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
VIC POTAMKIN
CHEVROLET
540 Alton Road Miami Beach
Phone JE 1-5361
VIC POTAMKIN NAT POTAMKIN
e n
BOOK STORES
7571 DADELAND MALL
WEST PALM BEACH MALL
HOLLYWOOD MALL
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 NW 60th STREET NE 5-1389
MO 7-2213
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Hl'GO HAIR STYLISTS
FOR YOUR NEW HAIR STYLE
1561 Surtwrf Dr., (Near Red Road)
,,to commemorate the
enduring spirit of
independence
The Universal
Message Of Passover
By CHARLES E. SHULMAM
Rabbi. Rrrerdale Tempi*. Hrw York
Passover is a decidedly Jew-_sh hoiidov
recalling the exodus of the anc-.er.". Jewish
community from Eqypt and markka the be-
ginnings of the Jewish people.
Every Sabbath end holiday is ushered
in with the traditional Triddush" praver cc-
taininc the clause Zecher Litzicrt M-Tzrcr.-im
- in comn-.emorTtion o: e leave tajen-r
from the land of Egvpt
Yet Passover has never railed :z :
message :or zll cr.cird -ir :- j^.
sieves reczrdless or ther 7- :_-. wot;"
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vJewistncridliar)
Paqe 3-C
It continues for Jews as well as for
peoples aqe after aqe.
fer. our day the name Pharaoh is only a
g4er.c one for any dictator who enslaves
hdhcn beinqs. Th^retqre, in everyt period,
the Jew is advised by the Haqqadah to con-
sider the Passover'Seder 'as'fHBt' time he
personally experiences the exodus from
Egyti
The holiday was ordained in the Jewish
tradition as a perpetual warninq that a
slave has no existence worthy of the human
beinc and that only in freedom can man
riM to his true estate.
ndeed the Commandment to keep the
SMfcbath found in the Book of Deuteronomy
Ciflcally relates the day of rest to the
ity of the human beinq as a result of the
sver episode of leavinq the land of
Bt. It tells us that a free man, unlike the
has a corporate life of his own and
order it as he wishes.
be Commandment in Deuteronomy
Is on the human aspect of the Sabbath
rvance in contradiction to its divine
Jeter ordained in the Book of Exodus
it states: "And thou shalt remember
khou wast a servant in the land of Eqypt
the Lord thy God brouqht thee out
ce by a miqhty hand and an out-
stretched arm. Therefore the Lord thy God
commanded thee to keep the Sabbath Day."
It was natural for the oppressed Jew of
the qhetto a virtual prisoner of the dominant
political rulers under which he lived, to ap-
preciate the relevance of the Passover story
to his own sorry condition.
The Eqyptian Pharaoh of the Passover
Haqqadah was very real to him because his
oppressor of the day was a livinq and pain-
ful reminder of the ancient tvrant. The bread
of affliction and the bitter herbs he tasted
on the Passover eve were not alone symbols
of by-qone days. They were part of his daily
fare. Therefore he lonaed not only for his
own liberation at the Passover season but
for a more enliqhtened day when all men
would be free.
The concludinq words of his Haqqadah
"Next Year in Jerusalem," siqnified more
than a return to the land of his fathers. They
represented the ultimate acceptance by the
world of ethics of his fathers which, when
penetratinq to the hearts of the rulers of all
nations would teach them how to beat their
swords into plowshares and their spears
into pruninq hooks so that in a better social
order the Jew would find peace in his daily
life.
The Passover holiday is essentially a
(Continued on Paae 10)

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*Jfewisti ftcridnan
Pcce 5-C
Nasser has only suffered three
major defeats and not ten.
Must it take another seven
wars to convince him that Is-
rael means business when it
says it wants to be left alone?
Maybe' he's waiting for the
plasuetf of beasts and boils to
fee impressed or must Israel
lay siege to his Cairo palace
be!<>re his inured, implacable
heart softens?
The murderous El Fatah
?ang;. reminiscent of the Ama-
lekitcs, may be emboldening
him, and no doubt, he feels se-
cure in his alliance with the
Philistine country, Soviet Rus-
sia, which continues to arm
Egypt and engage in cultural, if
not physical, genocide of the
Jews in its mids:. Nasser knows
that Israel could never face the
might of Russia for it is written
that God led the Jews to circum-
scribe the Philistines through
40 vears of wandering rather
than have them face that na-
tion in battle.
Forty years of desert wan-
dering a purging period, a
(Continued on Pcae 13)

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Paqe 7-C
his possession at home, he could
tell it to the non-Jew who was trav-
eling with him at the time (even
thouqh he could not physically trans-
ier the merchandise to him at the
--ne) and he could then buy it back
i'om him after the Passover holiday
was over (Tosefta, tractate Shabbos
30 and 31a).
The medieval and post medieval
CDdifiers already indicate that it is
thus possible to sell one's leaveninq
tD a non-Jew without removinq it
i'om its oriqinal premises. At first,
however, they did require that if the
leaveninq was sold it should be qiv-
en physically to the non-Jew, i.e., re
moved from the house of the Jew.
Then, we find that in the time of
r.abbi Joel Sirkes (called the "Bach")
CTCumstances developed where this
was no lonqer feasible. The reason
w as because many Jews of that pe
r.od were merchants who sold whis-
key, which is made from fermented
crain, and thus constitutes real leav-
ening such as is forbidden for a Jew
to have in his possession on the
Passover.
Under such circumstances Rabbi
Sirkes allowed them to sell the
whiskey to a non-Jew without re-
movinq the whiskey from the prem-
ises provided that the room in which
the whiskey was kept was also sold
to the non-Jew. Thus, under any cir-
cumstances the whiskey would sure
ly not be found on Jewish premises.
After the Passover, the Jew bouqht
back both the whiskey and the
"-'' -1 Bloat 1 H77~,r 17 MM
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premises from the non-Jew. In order
that the situation should not appear
to be a hoax or a fiction, a formal
contract came into beinq. If the non-
Jew had a deed of ownership in his
(Continued en Paqe 14)
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odus.'taw conception of the H% High
ii incompatible with slavery of any
iorm and shape whatsoever. One has
to throw off the dark idolatry of
I -Egypt and become free, free from
one's own enslavement and free from
foreign subjection. The presence of
Godliness does not dovetail with "I
m Pharaoh." The heavenly "I" pre-
cludes the corporeal "I."
The story goes that, upon his ar-
rival in Egypt with his victorious
trmy. Napoleon, at the first gaze at
tne pyramids, exclaimed wondrously:
"Soldiers, thirty three hundred
years look down upon you and the
heights of the pyramids tell the story
of the then mighty and high culture."
It is for the Jews to exclaim with
more wonderment:
"Nations of the world! The builders
of the pyramids look down upon you
thirty three hundred years. We, the
former slaves, have freed ourselves
both bodily and spiritually. We have
Torn asunder all the chains that kept
us bound to the beast in the jungle, to
the evil instincts and inclinations.
We. the past slaves, have elevated
Ourselves to a humane morality and
ethics, have taken upon ourselves all
the commitments prescribed in the
Torah; have proclaimed to the world
the sacredness of freedom. But you.
the rulers of the world are still wal-
lowing in the same spiritual slavery,
in the same idolatrous darkness, in
the same materiality and bestiality.
"We the emancipated slaves of yes-
terday, protest against the slavery of
today; we have been the first to
hearken to the T on Mount Sinai,
and we look with grief and sorrow at
your earthly Ts*; at your egotism
and at your abominable sensual and
murderous lust; at your obsequious-
ness to the rich and mighty who in
their madness for power, suppress
and lord it over the poor and weak.
"We made our exit from Egypt
and then marched straight to Mount
Sinai not for our sake alone. We did
this for your benefit as well. For the
entire humanity. We were merely the
vanguard and banner bearers. Our
intentions were to serve all, to be the
symbol and stimulation for humanity
to inaugurate a socially equitable life
among all nations of the world."
The Jews look with great admira-
tion at the "Liberty Bell," which,
many years back rang out the great
word "Independence." At the same
(Continued on Paqe 12)
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Friday. April 12. 1968
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
.".
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Phone 688-8615
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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MACHINERY RENTALS
Fork Lift Trucks Air Hammers
Concrete Saws Generators, Etc.
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HAPPY PASSOVER
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Stop In Today or Call for Appointment
250 N.E. 61st St. 754-4271
OPERA GUILD OF
GREATER MIAMI
Wishes All Our Friends and Members a Happy Passover
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
Jabbis
BAKE SHOP
1206 N.E. 163td ST.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
945-4831
ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES
- 3 TIMES DAILY -
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5705 N.W. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 758-2071
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620 N.E. 78th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 751-9415
HAPPY PASSOVER
CADILLAC COSMETICS & PERFUMES
280 WEST 24th STREET HIALEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klein TU 7-8833
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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720 ALTON ROAD Phone 532-5531
Miami Beach, Florida
The Universal Message Of Passover
(Continued from Paqe 3)
tribute to the faith of the Jew that some day
perhaps next year asvrie expressed Hie"
wish annually the strong would be just,
the just would be stronq. For the Jews of
Pharaoh's time who were redeemed from
slavery it evidently was not a victory in
which the feelinq of pride and exaltation
could enter to the exclusion of sorrow at its
cost. Having thrown off the yoke of slavery
and defeated the forces of tyranny neither
Irsael nor Moses the leader of Israel could
remain indifferent to the underlying causes
of the Passover even man's inhumanity
to man.
It is curious that the Haaqadah does not
even refer to Moses except once and then
only indirectly and in a quotation. The em-
phasis is always on the Jewish people and
what the Jewish people represent at their
hiqhest and best the prophetic dream of a
nobler world.
The strikinq parallel between the ancient
Jewish struqqle for freedom and the modern
struggle in the land of Israel also demon-
strates how much the emphasis is on the
peoplehood of Israel and its enduring nature
through its enduring ideals.
When shortly after the conclusion of the
Six-Day War, Yitzhak Rabin, the brilliant
Israeli Chief of Staff, was awarded an hon-
orary degree by the Hebrew University, he
referred not only to the immediate crisis in
the life of the Jewish people but to the his-
torical sorrow of the Jewish people at the
heavy price demanded of everv effort to
achieve it. In his notable address he said:
"I am honored that you have chosen to
express your deep appreciation of my com-
rades in arms of Israel's defense forces
which is not more than the extension of the
unigueness of the Jewish people as a whole
"There is more to be told. The joy of
triumph has seized the entire nation. Never-
theless a strange phenomenon can be ob-
served among our soldiers. Their joy is in-
complete and their exultation is marred by
sorrow and shock. There are even some
who abstain from celebrating entirely. The
men in the front lines saw with their own
eyes not only the glory of victory, but also
the price of victory their comrades fallen
beside them, soaked in blood. It may be
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72 N.W. 79th STREET
329 MIRACLE MILE
403 NORTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY
Passover Greetings to all our friends and customers
FLORIDA GAS COMPANY
2300 BISCAYNE BLVD. 371-1674
GREETINGS TO ALL
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
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HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE, HIALEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherry
of
Louis Sherry
Associates, Inc.
extend Best Wishes for a
Happy Passover To All
1 Lincoln Rd. Bldg.
JE 8-5433
TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
Goldman's 71st St.
SHELL SERVICE
71st ABBOTT
UN 6-9951
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
CARPET, INC.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Ph. 635-0902
John A. Baker, President
Gie.trr Miami's Oldm J. Urgrt'
TO ALL GRiniNGS
SERVICE GLASS &
MIRRORS, INC.
FREE ESTIMATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
759 N.E. 79th ST.
Ph. 754-5527
ROBERTS
COFFEE SHOP
Extends Passover
Greetings to All
3680 N.W. 54th STREET
Phone 633-3006
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+Je*ist> ncridiar
Iwih people have never learned
ver accustomed themselves to ieel
mph and conquest and victory with
result that these are accepted with mixed
tailings."
k* ancient Jewisri sages depict Pharaoh
the symbol of an evil-doer who never
died but who remains as a continual warn-
ing to tyrants of every aqe to take a lesson
from his example. The Pharaoh of the Pass-
over story is thus looked upon by the Jews
not as a person belonqinq in any qiven time
or residing in any particular place but the
representative of tyranny, always and ev-
erywhere.
This is why Passover constitutes an ever-
recurring reminder to the Jewish people of
the distance they must yet tiavel before their
ultimate freedom can be aained. Thev have
been oppressed in every period of their his-
tory over three thousand years since leavinq
Egypt They are still oppressed in modern
times. Ruler after ruler has. in varyinq de-
gree, fitted the description of the ancient
Pharaoh.
Tbe modern dictators are no exception.
The Jews in the Nazi concentration camps
who- could not soeak of Hitler openly re-
ferred to him as Pharaoh. The Jews of Soviet
Russia, knowina discrimination and hardship
at the present time speak of the Communist
dictatorship as Pharaoh.
The Jews of the free world cannot find a
better means of expressing their sympathy
with their oppressed brethren in Soviet Rus-
sia today than by Passovei symbols. They
place a fourth matzoh on their Seder plate to
remember that their brethren in Soviet Russia
may be without matzoh at the Passover as
they are without synaqoques and without
the opportunities to develop their Jewish cul-
ture patterns of life.
They also read a PDsrial service whon
they open the door for the symbolic entrance
of Elijah the p-oohet. It is called "The Ritual
of Remembrance" written by Rufus Learsi to
commemorate thf> lives rf the six million
Jews destroyed by the Nazis.
The Passover season rrlwavs occurs in
the sprinqtime of th vear. This in itself is
siqnificant because the season follows win-
ter and is therefore n Derennial bearer of
hope fcr a belter world.
Embedded ;n n l^na Jewish history which
has witnessed the fall of empires and nations
b~aue' rtf^ wou'd not heed the Jewish
ethic of justice and riqhteousness the Pass-
over story nroclaims it? rr.essnae annuallv
as a waminq to all mankind. The world will
not know peace until all peoole. includinq
the Jewish people, shall dwell safelv. "everv
man under his own vine and fiq tree with
none to make them afraid."

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Hloliday Greetings From REST WISHES
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339 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES Aerodex, Inc. Aircraft Engines Specialist Miami International Airport 887-0241 221-2637-221-9026 Pickup Delivery Road Service
For Holiday Gifts .. Luggage & Leather Goods
Passover Greetinas From &Afbr&nt s 2135 Ponce de Leon Coral Gables Ph. 445-6166

Happy Holidays to All LONDON CITY MEN'S SHOP
63 EAST FLAGLER ST. Ph. 379-4806
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Passover Greetinqs From


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J3cst njJisLs for 4St4
The First National Bank
of
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4 SOUTH KROME AVENUE
PHONE 247-5541
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
KOLBER BROS., INC.
STANLEY KOBLER, Pres.
DECORATORS
PERSONALIZED WINDOW DECORATION
2100 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami Phone 635-2521
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
CommercialIndustrialAir ConditioningWiring
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
8508 S.W. 129th Ter., Perrine CE 5-3616
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
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849 W. 19th STREET, HIALEAH, FLA. TU 7-8000
H. DAVID SCHULMAN MILT POLLOCK
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
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OF AMERICA
940 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
Phone 734-0921
Friendship Greetinqs To All From
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52 Miracle Mile Phone 445-8104
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
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253 MIRACLE MILE
Phone 445-3539
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7904 West Drive, North Bay Village 759-6265
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MISHAEL, INC.
Designers and Manufacturer of Fine Office Furniture,
Store Fixtures and Architectural Woodwork
175 West 24th Street, Hialeah 888-4262



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^Jemis* fkrH&r_______
Time Of Our
Liberation
Coafiouad bom ?aae 2
time e do aot forge! our owe L 6-
BB\ the Time of our L;^-r.-a
year: ai
Llect have caired a
:eer Mtch -. ..-.* Ar-.er.car. L.: .-.>
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.: ie>e have been caused not by
:.: ..-j::r...:; and oid age. \r.: lir-i-Si
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your spiritual enslavement. ;n a word:
as a rer-l: :: your abser.ee from
Mr-.--. S.nai which rendered you un-
wtiluiz to gnsp the ethical value of
the Thoa Stal: Not K^l
However, our Liberty Bell is still
solid. Its freedom call is not lost yet.
lu resonance rot aeakened yet.
No* as ever we stand young and
vigorous before the world and ex-
claim:
Tis time to be free'
Friday. Aptil 1Z 1968
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Boys Town Jerusalem r^r-ruina sr.-.col
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Year a: Dec-ran". Dinner oc behaU
;: Btt scncoL S*aMd rrora left sre:
Sidney Fr.edrr.rr. an hoaoree a* :.-.e
c inner ira Gulden president of Boyi
Town Jerusalem, and Soi W. Cct.:d:.
dinner chairman. C'ccries C. Bcss.r.e.
cochcirman is standing.
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PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
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PASSOVER GREETINGS '0 AIL
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CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
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Phone: MO 1-58-31
5850 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY SOUTH MIAMI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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1055 E. 27th STREET HIALEAH
PHone 691-3515
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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9061 BISCAYNE BLVD.. MLAMI
Phone: 759-9710
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
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& Insurance Agency
1212 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
532-2323
Robert L. >l >lanH Insuranic lru
3340 MAKY STREET
COCONUT GROVE
Telephone: 448-9039
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220 SUNNY ISLES BLVD.
Wl 5-6632
GREETTNGS"
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326
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*haraoh and Nasser
itinued from Pacje 5)
ration in which the metai
Id moral fiber of the emanci-
kted Jews had to be tested.
Duld it be compared to the
&rs and harassments suffered
the Israelis through 20 years
independence?
Yes, the agony of their inse-
curity, of constant sabotage
Ind threats of renewed confla-
gration has toughened and pre-
pared them for that promised
and of permanent peace and
leadership among nations. Lit-
tle Israel has already taken a
fbig place in the family of na-
: tions by extending aid to under-
developed African and Asian
nations.
We learn that in the exodus
generation, not every Jew with-
stood God's testing and that
earthquakes swallowed some.
Few Israelites, not even Moses,
w-, re privileged to enter Ca-
naan. Israelis have shown their
stuff with a physical and moral
stamina unmatched in recent
or ancient times Israel has bred
a hard-working and healthy so-
ciety.
Nowhere has benevolence
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been better demonstrated than
in the case of Jerusalem. When
the battle of Jerusalem was
over last June, the conquerors
granted the vanquished imme-
diate citizenship, free access
and equal privileges.
They permitted Arab mer-
chants to hawk their wares in
Jewish Jerusalem in competi-
tion with Jewish merchants.
The Arabs, incidentally, won
Jewish customers with their
lower prices. Perhaps this is
the kind of decency God was
hoping to find in the Jewish
people as he prepared them for
the Torah.
As we enter into the Passover
celebration in the year 5728,
we should bear in mind what
God answered Moses when he
was asked why he gave Moses
the honor of leading. Not honor,
replied the Lord, but responsi-
bility. We should also bear in
mind that freedom, however
achieved, can quickly degener-
ate to anarchy and moral aban-
don without discipline.
In America, where too much
wealth and too much free choice
may be at the root of some of
our social problems, we see an
adult world adulating, indeed,
imitating the anarchic, 'groovy'
style of some of its confused
youth.
We hear the. cynicism with
which many of the post-World
War II generation view Ameri-
can freedom.
Perhaps America's youth i>
too far removed from the cir-
cumstances that brought about
the revolution for that freedom.
It is not for naught that the
Haggadah tells us to project
ourselves during the seder back
to the days of the exodus so
that we can partake in the joys
and pains of liberation. For
only by experiencing both sides
of freedom can one truly appre-
ciate that privilege and safe-
guard it with vigil and tenacity.
God has not finished his test-
ing period yet. Redemption for
the Jews is not quite at our
doorsteps. Nasser. Hussein, El-
Atassi and that bunch may still
require a plague or two to learn
how to live and let live. It will
take more than a humble ser-
vant of God to convince the
Russians and Poles to "let my
people go." and the Western
Jew has still to awaken to the
full needs of his brethren. Re-
demption comes to those who
want it and strive for it. It isn't
quite here yet, but neither is it
too far away.
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action. The Rabbi, thus, actually re-
ceived monetary payment for the
non-Jew for at least a deposit for all
the qood* being* transferred.
Now as then, he makes a formal
contract with the non-Jew. He en-
qaqes in a hand-shake to "close the
deal" and executes a "rental agree-
ment" by which all the premises are
actually leased to the non-Jew. He
has the non-Jew transfer some ob-
ject to him in exchanae for the prop-
erty he received.
In some cases, the Rabbi even
gives him the keys to the various
cabinets where the leavening is
stored. Those who are tempted to
sneer at such an arrangement should
do well to consider the fact that
much of modern business transac-
tions are executed in such types of
formalities, e.q., transfer of stocks
givinq ownership in corporations,
the existence of corporations alto-
qether and the transfer of real estate
via contract In the case of sellinq
chamet2, the Rabbis may very well
be considered up to the times.
Why are the hands washed at
the beginning of the Seder (after
Kiddush) and then washed again
just before the meal is served?
In accordance with Jewish law,
the hands must be washed before a
meal. This simply explains the wash-
ing of the hands before the meal
is served.
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Oriqinally, in the days when the
laws of purity were in full effect, it
was also required to wash the hands
before touchinq a food which was
dipped into a liquid. While we do
not observe this practice the year-
round, we do observe it on Passover
Eve before we eat the parsley, which
is dipped into salt water. There are
two reason*, for this special observ-
ance of Passover Eve.
First of all. it falls into the qeneral
pattern of doinq thinqs differently on
the eve of Passover so that the curi-
osity of the youngsters is aroused.
Secondly, a number of things are
done on Passover Eve to remind us
of the days of the Temple. The hands
were washed before eatinq foods that
were dipped in a liquid, because the
hands, beinq objects which ordinar-
ily come in contact with impurities,
could impurity the veqetable which
had been dipped in water (since
veqetation which had been wetted is
subject to become imDure when com-
inq in contact with impurity).
On Passover Eve, we are especial-
ly mindful of the Temple because
the season of Passover brinqs forth
the hope of redemption which in-
volves the reestablishment of the
Temple. Also the Seder as a whole
centers around the Paschal sacrifice
constituted bv the slauqhterinq of the
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T
he rabbi of MohilevRabbi Shmuel was
the name of that qreat teacherwas known
lor his particular interest in the Jewish sol-
dier who served in the Czar's army and were
stationed in a larqe encampment nearby.
,He saw to it that, each Sabbath, the Jew-
ish servicemen were supplied with kosher
food or invited to the homes of the local
citizenry.
"When it came to the holidaysespecially
Rosh Hashanah, Succot and Passover, Rabbi
Shmuel saw to it that every sinqle Jewish
our tradition, a Jew must eat the very best
of foods durinq the entire holiday of Pass-
oldier in the area was invited to some Jew-
ish family's home.
If that was true all the yearit was es-
pecially true on Passover.
The rabbi saw to it that every soldier
would be a quest of some local citizen for
the entire seven days of Passover; and, for
the sedarim, there were sometimes two or
three soldiers, entertained as quests in the
homes of the leadinq Jewish citizens of
Mohilev.
One sprinq, as Passover was approachinq,
the president of the local Jewish community
came to see the rabbi with o complaint. The
grievance was aqainst fa'e. That winter, he
noted, had been unusually severe. Prices of
all foods stuffs had qone sky-hiqh. How will
we pull through this year's Passover, he asked
the rabbi, especially the poor amonq us?
A very qood question, said Rabbi Shmuel.
And I have an answer. In accordance with
over, especially durinq the first two sedarim.
After all, each head of a Jewish family, that
niqht of the seder, is a kinqand only best
is good enouqh for the monarch, however
humble his realm.
Yes, yes, that is true, replied the head of
the kehilabut this year, what with the un-
conscionable prices, and the quests we must
invite from amonq the soldiers .
I have not finished, said the rabbi. Our
tradition provides also for times like these.
When hard times strike the community, it is
allowed to serve on a holiday, even on the
Passover, the foods that cost less. We shall
buy the poorer fish, the thinner fowl. We
shall use wine of raisins instead of the wine
of the qrape. We shall serve, this Passover,
the foods of secondary quality.
The head of the kehila breathed a siqh
of relief. So, he told the rabbi, we shall
thus solve the problem of feedinq the Jewish
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MORRIS G. DRAPKIN, Secretary-Treasurer
821 NE 2nd AVE., Miami Phone FR 3-7603
PORTOFINO
SENDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE, INC.
PtST CONTROL SfffVia-Termife Prooimg-fumigating
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
DON'T TOLERATEEXTERM1NATK
3555 S.W. 29th TERRACE
Ph. 446-6401
GREETINGS TO ALL
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
'We Need Your Head to Run Our Business"
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Fredericks)
Happy Passover To All .
E. "Buck" Leatherman
Clerk of Circuit Court
GREETINGS
HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC
Desks Cabinets Choirs etc.
S3 HIAIEAH DRIVE Hialeah, fla. Phon TU 8 2479
Happy Passover To All .
NORTH DADE WELDING
510 N.E. 167th St., No. Miami Beach
Phone Wl 7 5309


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emen and to deliver such supplies to
te right place in the quantities, needed
the. time they are required, is a' com
ex task which JWB fulfills, with a help
hand from the military logistical
lid transportation system.
Passover is the holiday when the
irgest number of Jewish personnel ir.
military make their identity known
lie Seder still weaves its magic spell on
oung men and their families far from
>me. JWB gets more calls from parents
Beking assurance that their sons in the
lilitary will have a Seder or Seder sup-
Mjet than it does even on the eve of the
KjjIi Holy Days. A Jew can still pray
^lom' but to celebrate Passover he needs
jtside help in the form of special pro-
isions. That is JWB's job and it has
een doing it since 1917.
The military takes responsibility for
eing that the supplies reach overseas
oints on time. In Vietnam and Korea,
he Army takes over. In Hawaii, the
*avy is the coordinator. In Alaska and
bther Arctic regions, the Air Force han-
dles matters.
Once the timetable and logistics are
irrangedPassover supplies will move
wy everything from helicopter, dogsled
ind troop transport, to jets, jeeps and
rucksJWB begins ordering Passover
Provisions.
Commanding officers, quartermas-
ers. transport officers and Christian
(Continued On Page 13)
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Paqe S-D
Tve Stdtt -ce.-e i- typical of the hun-
dred:, of Panover observance* at in-
Mallatioiw in Vietnam, the United
Sdtei and throucrhout the world, which
arc rnuJe ill the more meaningful by

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the religion* supplies and holiday
ko-her food- rrovijei through the
JWB W'ome;-'- Organisation*' Ser-
vice* and }W $ Araed F rces
Vitera i Sen ice-
To All Haopv Passover
VENETIAN NURSING &
CONVALESCENT HOME
o Att im cask
1330 NE Bayshore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
MR. AND MBS.
NATHAN K. SPECTOf
Directors
Dorothy A. Wicks, R. M.
Director of Nursing
A. Oagis, Treasurer
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ...
(ORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME
7060 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Telephone 226-1363
GREETINGS FROM
CARPET MART
970 S.W. 8th Street
LOUIS &VARY PLOTKIN
Owners
Phone 379-4442
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenleaf & Crosby has
be-?- famous for its outstanding collection of ge~ qualify
a\'*rr HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
t'APSTAE
MEAT r.
WHOLESALE HOTEL &
RESTAURANT PURVEYORS
PRJME MPATS RETAIL
'. To Order
7221 S.W. 57 Ct.
SOUTH MIAMI
Phone 666-4761

Happy Passover To All .
Richard Ives
Jim Co.irvay
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
:::: s.w.25th avenue
phone 635-4437
J. U.
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
A HAPPY PASSOVER
\EWPOllT
AXT1W'E
SHOP
2347 Coral Way
Miami 45, Fla.
CaJl 446-1481
igs from .
BERGMAN'S EXCHANGE AGENCY, INC.
3101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone: 751-9765
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FLEEMAX bi ilders
'F1KMAAI BIMT MtANS BTTE* BUILT"
II131 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235-7311
Holiday Greetings From
CORONET
CHOCOLATES
1260 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla.
REALTOR
538-2026
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BtSCAYNE MEDMCAL
1 iuonxronn s. rvr.
2650 BISCAYNE BLVD.

TO ALL .GREETINGS
DADE PAPER & BAG CO.. JVC.
65 fiSL 23rd Street FR 9-5653
MAffir GIHET, Presirftaf
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SERBIN, INC.
1280 S.W. 1st STREET
To All Happy Holidays
Contact Lens Service
LEW and MARJORY HUNTINGTON
Phone 379-2706
1451 No. Bayshore Drive Miami
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover...
* IN .LOS ANGELES ............................ IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S
* IN CHICAGO ..................................._....... ITS HENRICI'S
* IN NEW YORK................................................ ITS UNDY'S
* IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S .
WOLFIETS
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUPERIOR GAS CORP.
OF MIAMI
2850 S.W. 71st AVE.
Call 223-1261
GABLES STATIONERS, INC.
272 Valencia Ave. Coral Gables
Phone -443- 633
Pcssove; L-.eetings to All ~.\ Friends and Clients from
GERMAIN'S AWNING (ENTER. Inc.
16390 N.E. 2E-h AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH 947-0820
BRADY ROOFIXti A
SHEET METAL O.
2955 N.W. 73rd Street. Miami
Phone 69^-2678
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FC O'JH WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS
ABBE VENETIAN BLIND, INC.
25 N.W. 13th STREET
Mi xrr.i
Phone FR 9-9751
TO ALL HAPPY rCJDAYS
24HOUR RADIO DISPATCHED "IN A HURRY?"
CEDAR CAB CE 5-5552
Servng All of Southwest Dade County-Cabs in Sunirand,
Kendall, Cadeland, Bird Rd., WesrcHesrer, Sweetwater, W. Miami
4


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+JewistncrkJfor
Friday, April 12,
ISO
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
Happy Passover To All .
SIRVICE QUALITY GOOD Will
"GLASS FO* EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributors libbey, Owens, Ford Glass Co. & Insulux Glass Block
1601 1619 NW 7th AVE.
Miami 36. Florida
Dial 379-0656
534-4491
Season's Best Wishes
HUDSON SERVICE
SAME LOCATION 20 YEARS
Tires Tubes Batteries Tire Recapping
ACCESSORIES ROAD SERVICE
Wheel Aligning and General Repairs
Phone 633-6988
1185 N.W. 36th Street Miami, Florida 33137
TOMMY HUDSON, Owner
TO ALL .. GREETINGS
U.S. ROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO., Inc.
"We Mntr C/eia"
1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phon. FR 3-8445
Happy Passover To All .
RAY WHEATLEY DON kOBINSON
COCONUT GROVE'S
THE COUNTRY STORE
RESTAURANT
2880 Florida Ave., Coconut Grove, Miami
Ph. 444-3045
AMERICAN EXPRESS DINERS CLUB
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BADIA'S SANDWICH SHOP
145 N. E. lsf STREET, MIAMI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Itouvr Frvneh Custom Tailors
7209 S.W. 57th Ct., Miami-
Phone 667-8767
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS"
GREETINGS FROM BtTSY MUMfORD
CHIC CLOTHES AT WORKING GIRL PRICES .
ALMOST WU MIOITi:
COCKTAIL GOWNS We Sell lor You en Consignment Basis CASUAL WEAR
2723 S.W. 27rh AVE. Phone 443-2414
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
COUNTY BOTTLED GAS., CO. INC.
1234 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
Phone: 693-3921
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Country Club Men's Wear & Formal Wear
RENTAL and SALES
Won. Thors 9-7 Frl. and Sat. 9-9
415 PERRINE SHOPPING CENTER, PERRINE Ph. 238-0621
My Uncle Max And Cemeteriej
#
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
Twice a year, a week or so before Pass
over and the Hiqh Holy Days. I make a
trip to the larqe communal Jewish ceme-
tery where most of the Jewish dead in
our area are buried.
Please note that I us? no euphemisms
for "dead" or "buried." I do not say
"passed on" or "laid to rest" or "qone to
their eternal reward." I am one of those
semi-benighted souls who cannot accept
the kind of "hereafter" described in text-
books of our faith as relevant to either
the outer or inner space of this area.
If I permit myself any philosophirinq
about the matter at all, it resolves itself
into "while you are alive, you had better
make the most of the best, my friend."
And that's riqht out of the textbooks too.
So why the trips to the cemetery? As
far as I can tell, after a cursory self-
analysis, I qo to please my Uncle Max.
who is the only remaininq relative on the
distaff side of my family, is qettinq on-
another euphemism for anyplace between
eiqhty and it's none of your business 11
quote my uncle Max).
He is a crreat believer in cemeteries.
He supports the various burial associa-
tions in our city to the bes! of his finanrir.'
ability. For many years, he was evev
body's favorite pallbearer, and probafalv
still would be, except that most of h
buddies and kin have already made 'h
trip. He sings a mourner's kaddish better
than the opera-star-cum-cantor now lead-
ing our congregation in prayer. (Our can-
tor doesn't really lead us in prayer. If he
is leading us anyplace, it's to the second
act. third scene, of La Traviata but that's
another story.)
As you can see. I am not In a hurry t0
get back to the cemetery. Uncle Max on
the other hand, likes cemeteries. He feels
at home there. Most temi-annual mourn-
ers, visiting the cemetery dutifully, pause
to adjust their demeanor as they put on a
headcovering. The few short steps take
them from the land of the living outside
the gates to the land of you know what
inside makes them once aqain bereft and
inconsolable relics of the permanent resi-
dents.
Not Uncle Max. If anythina, the further
we advance down the landscaped paths
of those perennially planted fields. !he
more spriqhtly in his steo. 111 swecr he
aets taller, healthier, and qayer as we

GREETINGS FROM
Spradleyr Riley and Slaughter, Inc.
FOOD BROKERS
3550 N.W. 60th STREET
Ph. 633-1426
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WIUS hi, I .HO VI ISS A
A DIVISION OF
THE WIG CORPORATION Of AMERICA
HAPPY PASSOVER
Mr. and Mrs. SAM LUBIN
GREETINGS FROM
N. La Huis
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS .
|DROWlf LAI Milt V & CLEANERS
2025 N.E. 163rd St. N. Miami Beach WI 7-1812
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SMALL FRY DAY NURSERY & KINDERGARTEN
On Two Beautiful Acres" Saturday Program Available
, 5w.mm.ng the Premises Yeir-Round
1455N.W. 183rd STREET Ph. 624.2083
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
IHUYIL I It I 11 MARKET
M47 DREXEL AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 534-2929
Holiday Greetings From
IICITEI'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
1M E. Floater Street
MM Ft 3-11.7
iEWKS SILVER
_______ WORKS OF ART ______
Furniture. Antiques and Curiot
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES!
1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
niaatt FIwn Jl MOIS
T. SCHORR
sMeace Pkaaw jf 4-M03
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
CENTURY
PLATING
3134 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 4448249
GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
NEW LOCATION
627 Se. Miami Avenot
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
QHtniNCi TO AIL
Nat "Jatt Aaother" lotine Ha*
Kenny's Restaurant
Air Comdiliomi
Phone 374-4658
100 M.I. 2na AVF.NUI
Open 24 Hour,
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Conger Life
Insurance Co,, Inc.
ALL FORMS LEGAL RESERVE
INSURANCE
Including
Hospitalization
Health
Accident
1629 NW 35th ST.
NE 3-3278


Friday. April 12, 1968
jnove along. He's like a tour quide on his
day off.
^Je^isti Ikurgdian
Paqe 7-D
"Here," he points to an imposinq red
f granite marker, "is Harry Finkebaum, a
great pinochle player."
He takes a little joq to the left to peer
'at a newer headstone.
"Joe Marcus" he reads. "Well, it takes
all kinds."
We approach an imposinq mausoleum.
Uncle Max flicks an eye as we pass and I
hear, sotto voce, a slightly derisive, "Hoo-
hah."
A strange thing about the days my
uncle picks to visit the cemeterythey
have a chaiacter of their own. The rest of
the week may have been briqht and
unny, but the days I qo to the cemetery
With Uncle Max are invariably cool and
cloudy. I swear that as we step upon the
Jpmily plot, the wind blows colder, cirrus
clings closely to stratus, and the sun
trusts its pale and anqled rays timorously
Ihrouqh the encirclinq qloom.
But forebodinq climatic phenomena
have no effect upon the qlow in Uncle
?flax's heart or the qleam in his bifocals.
gne traverses the entire plotquite a larqe
area, pickinn hd '*aves, grass cuttinqs,
J>its of crushed rock, as one does with a
>iece of prized property. When all is to his
Batisfaction. he takes cut a small blue
(Continued On Page 10)
MASS SEDERS in three Viet-
nam .in-.i- will be conducted with
holiday i> the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB). Coordination of
thoe Pav*over plans was under-
taken by Jewish chaplains in
Vietnam, shown here at a meet-
ing in Cam Ranh Bay. Solo
Seders Pan 0 v c r meal- in
Solo Seders PaMOver meals in
i package from JWB are being
given to Mien whose anrignmenu
make it impossible for them to
t.ike part in the large-scale Se-
der* .it which the chaplains will
officiate.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
i 1 1 to my Customers & Friends
1 THELMA DAVIS of the
LITTLE R5VER
1 KN3T SHOP
. 8206 N.E. 2nd Avenue
' Phone 754-3121
! i To All Happy Passover
i HOWARD JOHNSON'S
i MOTOR LODGE
MIAMI (NORTH)
165O0N. W. 2nd AVE.
Rt. 826 E. Sunshine State
Parkway
945-2621
A Happy Passover to All Our Customers and Friends
MR. JOSEPH OKUN
Air Conditioning & Appliance
Center, Inc.
The Largest Authorized Factory Retail & Commercial Sales
and Warranty Service Agency
We Service 5 year in Warranty Sealed Units for
CARRIER FEDDERS WESTINGHOUSE RCA. WHIRLPOOL
TRADE-INS FINANCING FREE ESTIMATES
... For EXPERT Service & Repairs on ALL MAKES .
AIR CONDITIONERS & REFRIGERATORS
Senator and Mrs.
Richard B. Stone
Extend Jo ^Arll
4^At \Jcr\i wtappi
?/
fpsj
v
over
CALL 538-2406
608 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
SANITARY LiNEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
$ for a Happy O
Holiday Season to All

253 N.W.22nd Lane
371-4603
To All a Most
A HAPPY PASSOVER
AJAX
WINDOW CLEANERS
and
MR. & MRS. LEO TEPPER
and FAMILY
6636 COLLINS AVE.
Phone UN 4-3416
Best Wishes For A Happy Passover
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
230 NW 5th STREET
Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
PENINSULAR ARMATURE WORKS, INC.
South Florida's Largest Electric Motor Shop
3525 N.W. 51st STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 635-6541
>*
Holiday Greetings to All
from
Bramleit Co.
Designers & Contractors of
Food Service Equipment
6440 N.E. 4th COURT
751-6541
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ART'S NURSERY and LANDSCAPE CO.
Landscape Architects & Contractors
990 N.E. 79th STREET
BERNARD E. SELEVAN
Ph. 757-2551
HARVEY GOLDSTEIN
HAPPY PASSOVER
AND BEST WISHES lO ALL
HI-VOLT BATTERY
SALES & SERVICE, INC.
1850 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone: 379-3451
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MONTGOMERY ELEVATOR CO.
180 N.W. 62nd STREET MIAMI, FLA.
Phone 758-2517
TO ALL GREETINGS
SEAVIEW CLEANERS
AND TAILORS
EXPERT
Ladies' & Men's
Alterations
262 95th Street
UJt 5-9623
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Jack Outfield
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ALL CITY PLUMBING, INC.
751-3684
REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS-CONTRACTORS
HOT WATER HEATERS 1555 N.E. 123rd Street
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
HARRY NISSEL, President
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Cert Si Bon RoKtaurant
MOULIN ROUGE MOTEL
280 41tt STREET, MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
hoi si: oi sTirvoi*
IIAlll STYLIST
970 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-9495


Pege 6-"D
Friday. April 12, 1968
mun mum
I hi* 11 hi letlh
M i;i m i Si>ri nils Bsink
F3
I TV North Hialcah Baak
^^ lat* *-* S- W > < -- .
TW Airport Bank of Mnir.i
Passover Greetings
from the Salons of
Lillie Rubin
and
Miss Georgette
BEST WISHES FROM

Miami, Miami Beach and All Florida
A Very Hcppy Pcssover To All
FROM
Oliver Manor
Nursing Home
1255 N.E. 7 35th ST., N. MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
HOLIDAY SHEETINGS FROM
WALDRON TIRE CO., INC.
7005 N.W. 41st STREET
888-4651
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Doris Bernhardt, Associate
ANN-WRIGHT REPRESENTATIVES, INC.
Taitml feertsaatatrvet far *.f.tn Pictures t Televiiiea Cmirci.h
S. Rayshore Drive, Miami Call 445-24*8
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DAN'S BEAUTY SALON
A COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE
11510 N.E. 2nd AVE.
Phone: -1-9300 PL 4-3313
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
O
-e o: *j;e .ncis hinc;?s of the door tc
hfl] etttsenaftip '.or the American Tew has been
the r.ch: st-.ll -o: fullv -.r~err.er.ted to
compete ior jobs solely or. the basis of ability
end training.
As bttle as c quarter of a century aqo.
the Jewish qrcducte of a chemistrv or en-
ameering school faced a kmq end disracl
struqqle to qet a job in his chosen profes-
sional held. Most of these barriers now ere
down, or at lees', vastly lowered.
A laggard in these acins hcs been the
Jew who keeps rehq.ous commitment, par-
ticularly the observance of the Sabbath.
Even in an aqe which hcs accepted the
five-day week cs the work norm, keepinq the
Sabbathwhich may require the observant
Jewish employee to auit work at 2 D.m. on a
winter Fridayleads many enterprises. Icrqe
and small, to bar such emolovees. Such Je-vs
are now ct last, qerhnq help aqainst this type
of employment bics.
That help is beinq prov.ded by the Na-
tional Jewish Commission on Lew and Public
Affairs, a voluntary cssor.ation of Orthodox
Jewish moneys end socic! scientists, formed
in 1965 tc represent Orthodox Jews on legal
and lecis'.cr.ve rr.ctters which s*"''* to pro-
-c:e equal employment opportunities for
Sczocth observers.
Accordinq to Dr. Marvin Schick. president
c: COLPA. each year in New York City
clone, hundreds of discriminatory acts are
committed by private employers aqainst Sab-
bctfi osbervers.
h most cases, he reported, observant Jew-
Bth ob seekers have been denied emplov
-er.: when they told their prospective em-
-cvers about their job practices. On other
orccsions. he said, persons have been :.:-.i
s. lets fall cfter a period of satisfactory err.
olcvmeot
Last
The problem is complicated, he reported,
by the fact that most observant Jews believe
lid employers have an absolute leqal riqht
.c refuse to hire them. Moreover, since most
r: such Jews are hiqhly-qualined workers
_-.ev eventuclly do qet placement after re-
r.rtec rebuffs, he said. In addition, up to a
ecr or so aqo. aovemmentel human riqhts
ccer.cies paid little attention to the problem
He reported that proqress in resolvina the
problem had been made durinq the pest
veer. In July. 1967. the organization, repre-
ss r.-ec by Judah Dick of New York City end
MANSENE'S
291 N.W. 37th AVE. (Opposite Flagler Doc Track
Cocktail Lounge Banquet Room Seating 20 fo 175
Pfcone HI 8-2354 or HI 6-9430
A Very Hcppy Passover To All
NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF
MIAMI. INC.
*
'
Wholesale Produce Crate to Caflood -
1223 N.W. 21st Street Phore FB 3-6491
Happy Passover Greetings
To All
CAL KOYENS CONSTRUCTION CORP. 8
1770 Bay Read 538-6676
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM -
-
CLAIRE WILDER S
BEACH DUPLICATING SERVICE
600 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
Phone: 532-2868
BEST WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER SEASON
from
IMPERIAL
OPTICAL MFG. CO., INC.
VACATION LAND MODES, INC.
255 N.W. 5th STREET FR 3-4655
NORMAN ROTHSTEIN, President
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS TO ALL
MR. and MRS. IRVING KAXK
127 N.W. 5rh St.
Phone 3734)562
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO All
MASTER HOST CATERERS
4001 N.W. 31st AVENUE
HERSCHEL LEVY fhone 633-6066
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
RON KATZ
ROTHE
Rug Cleaners
Quality Service S/'iKt 192*
YOUR RUGS
NEED CLEANING!
Wall to Wall or Area Rugs
CALL 373-0956
GREETINGS I
LOIfiFIRR A
ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
ieeeielUi, ja -
C0MAHKUI m* mttrtTltai.
6925 RISCAYNC BLVD.
Ph. 757-763T '
PASSOVER GREETINGS
from
1 L
FLORIDA EQUIPMENT
COMPANY OF MIAMI
6001 N.W. 77th AVE.
Ph. 8853401
Miami, Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES
Distributer.
Blake Tire Co.
VAUGHN BLAKE
CY MINT2
2007 S.W. 67th AVENUE
Ph. 661-4495
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
Le Bon Cleaners
& Laundry
Irving Komicka
955 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 374-5214
1


dcy. April 12. 1968
+Jenistrkricfjan
Pope 9-1
juhan Landau ol Wmhinn*.- j .
inducing the F-!? WanqtGn. succeeded in
portS 21SSS BquCd ^P'ov^nt Op-
d id A?^'8!10n,, ad<>P* niles. Qeneral-
* not Tiw7ietPrt>Vile !H an ^over can-
-e c?w ^ O'Sobbath observer unless
rri?o\ j, ,hal to do ^ woW cause him
Etori hardshiP- The Federal commiss,on has
rajiea enforcement powers, however. In ad-
r.. n,u comP'aints must first be directed to
~ e human riqhts commissions.
Several weeks aqo. he said. New Jersey
-cepted the Federal guidelines and several
law this form ot job bias.
Dr. Schick said, however, that there has
been evidence of a change in the state com-
mission, specifically a growing recognition
among commissioners and top staff members
that the problem is serious. He said a new
ruling is expected in a suit brought by COLPA
for a computer programmer denied a posi-
tion by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
The state commission twice ruled against the
programmer but the New York Supreme Court
ordered the commission to review the case
(Rubin vs. Metropolitan) in the light of the new
Federal guidelines. Several other suits, in-
Vestiges Of Discrimination
By BEN GALLOB
L-'Aer states probably will do so this year. He
(eported, however, that New York State.
Y'hich in 1967 enacted a law banninq dis-
lination in civil service aqainst Sabbath
f>servers sponsored by COLPA. has moved
slowly. Dr. Schick said this laq was due
"cool attitude" shown by the New York
He Commission for Human Riqhts. He said
uat in every case brouqht to it by Sabbath
i boorvers, the state commission has ruled
i gainst the complainant and that the state
i nminissicm has objected to legislation to out-
ludlnq another complaint aqainst Metropoli-
tan Life, are beina pressed by Howard Rhine,
Julius Berman and Sidney Kwestel. attorneys
for COLPA.
Dr. Schick reported also that a number of
companies have recently shown a willinq-
ness to accommodate Sabbath observers. He
cited actions by the Prudential Life Insurance,
International Business Machines and the New
York Telephone Co., all of which decided to
hire Orthodox Jews who were initially refused
(Continued On Page 11)
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- 'v
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j 223 1513
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v
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A HAPP
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4016 RED ROAD
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Open 7 .m. 11 p.m.
Phone 661-9282
TO ALL GREETINGS FROM
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from
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to god's chosen people ...
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STEAMING HOT DELIVERY SERVICE
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7~x :^d
+Jeist tkr*Jiar
Frtdav. A aril
33
Jyt*i iliJics for a
L cry ^Slapp* /^JrrC*-
Mv Uncle Max And Cemeteries...
PASMJUM a
AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS, INC.
Miami New York Tampa
C-RKTiNGS
UNIVERSITY FEDERAL
Savings & Loan Association
OF CORAL GABLES
.
_-; : r _
-- : : : :::
199 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
Continued From Page 7)
address boor end. with the help of Ren
Tory: <-, Sincer we bec.r_
I must Jeil fou carj! Reb Kacc.sr.
S_noer. My Uacie neecs r.:. to recite the
memorjoi prove: :o: tr.e -ecc _*e I r.eeo
jio: -.en pounds I ace :c rr.v h.ps every
-^:er Who: Uncle M^x needs ios -oih-
-T.r :o ;o wrj: the natter. Everyone has z
alar* :n hie every oerson hes a BfcdM
>avs ur.cie Max end c way :o atake a
-~--z Whet -s Tr-ipnri-r-.- is to :ecocr_ze
ecri. persons richt to exercise ha r.aht-
bBPotsajav Hal rechv foal v nda'f
rons-ooon o: that famous chrase. resoec:
I how lo a"~.t mot vfcaa -" :ca.es o
Ret Eaddisi Sir.ce: I d .: tifficaD
raws ot his amploran -' -~~ z zt.:zt..z
d-sease z: the iBOf z.z-^.
Rail S-r.rer mn a black BBBCOOl
w.-jcc tr^ir: tr.e heels oi unreasoned: !v
ce z.zzn r.znri .'. st.- :e surrcur-ds
z tr^ioTjess zzz Kxawnv neck bobbtna
: re-::
eierr^e


GOLDMAN'S KOSHER MEATS
1324 NJ l*3*d Sv. p-;-^ =-5-::t"
* '- : CM Pf tj 0H.
Uoir- Wff>.i h Ui4^ l*;rj Ajs a.
NORMAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET
'I As- : -- Ave Mum! Ee 5th STREET LIVE POULTRY
U9NW 5*Stre*
ior survival; his eyelids droop over .rare
cad tear filled eyes. The tears are cot
trom compassionate empathy ior the jor-
cbout on his prominent Adam's apple like
a cork on a weU-stocxec trout strearr.
It I were magnanimous. I couic irv
Reo S.nger is not a vision of love_-.a3=.
'. m cot magnanimousI can't siar.rl to
look at him. Uncle Max has r.c mcfa
crcciems. "A poor refugee.' he says
r_s >ch Dreerh Eretr' Refuaee from
and from where I'll never knew becr.ie
Reo Singer abangas his story cr.-
:ee w:th every- "Moleh" he sinqs.
Sings, did I say'5 Sorry about _-..
V.r.a.ever it is that Reb Singer doe; I =
not singing. Take your oldest Mrs. Iu_e:
record. play it on a machine withou: ;
neecUe. add a four square, unirJui.-ed
s-utter and you have a reascr.cble kc-
timile of Rer Sinqer's voice.
"Jr.tle Max opens 'ne Lrde c._e
cr.d we beair. Dowrt the hs: wc -:v; -.-,
r.e names Reb S
slightly ir. the vanguard. We slwc -
gin with rr.v or eat uncles. Tr.e- the
-.z rr.cer turns the doc-earec k
iavariks aaoti zz.z inicnl zz.-.:.-
: .e: '..-.; lirad wilB 'r.e \t
T
Passore/ Greetiugs
CONNIES
SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc.
_Mate Representative and
Mrs, Carl A. Singleton
L cr\f v/ti
^V

Phone 823-3495
A Mosf Happy Passover
To Entire Jewish Cwnmunrfy
EARL M. STARNES
YOUR DADE METRO
COMMISSIONER
AND 3E5T Vv S-ES
NATIONAL WINE & LIQUOR
16601 N.W 8th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 621-1441
--.: jj.-.c-l ..ui

HOUDAY S-ZZT:::S3 FROM .
I \IIIY> i \>11 ICA SHOP
74CW COiLINS AVENUE UN 6-3733
BRUCE TERMINIX EXTERMINATING CO.
2160 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-4538
ROBERT'S TAMIAMI DRUG STORE
U.S. POST OffCE SUB STATION PAY UTHITY BtUS HERE
Pick-up and Delivery Prescription Specialists
5705 S.W. 8rh St.-661-1691
Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons
Hilaim Italian lt>*iauraiit
& Venetian I ockiail Laange
Italian Specialties Steaks Pizza Chops
1774 N.W 183rd Street Phone 624-3624
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE
Automatic Transmission Paint A Body Work
| COMPLETE ONE-STOP Carburetor and Twmo-U*
6600 S.W. 62nd AVE., SOUTH MIAMI 6614041
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
BISCAYNE FURNITURE MFC CO.
3520 Northwest 54th Street. Miami
Phone 635-94 IB
GREETINGS TO ALL
KOTO OLK HIST \l IK AM
and Cocktail Lounge
900 BAY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH 866-1441
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SMITH TERMINAL
3510 NOHTHWEST 60th STREET MIAMI
Phone: 633-6096
HAPPY PASSCV
u
1
State Representative
RICHARD A-
PETTIC-REW
.-. r.zzzv -:;;;vt'
TO
ALL MS
JEWISH FP.IETCDS
J. FRANK McCRKKEN
Cierk of vi:.=:-na:
Co-_n
He
I
H\lt\ \|||
M T TO^ KST
113 N.W. 36th STREr
PI t-Si53
BEST WISHES ANT
A HAPPY PASS0\ -J
TO ALL
r
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
ALLEN ORIGINALS
Dress Manufacturer
1155 Southwest 6th S"eet
Ph. 374-4304
Li



ridery. April 12, 1968
some years, to qrandparents, to brothers
and sisters, and finally to parents.
At this moment, I am at the point of no
um with Reb Kaddish Sinqer. My teeth
pdenched, my hearinq is impaired,
^yes ore crossed and the sinkinq
in my pelvis would do justice to a
Bass storm on Lake Superior. I am
m to add Reb Sinqer to the family
jVrhen fate in the person of Uncle Max,
terrenes. Sentimental. Uncle Max may
i-Derech Eretz may be his passion,
his pleasure.
+Je*isli ncrfc/ton

Nevertheless, Uncle keeps a careful
rttloninq of Reb Sinqer's services. He
counts, he adds, he names a hqure. Reb
Sinqer weeps, whether frcm qratitude. de-
spair, or sickness, who can tell? My Uncle
clop* him cordially on the shoulder.
we thank you, Reb Sinqer." he says.
but the little man is already on his way
to a "distant part of the cemetery where
another employer awaits his unique con-
ribntion to a Jewish ritual.
There is a twinkle in my Uncle's Max's
\\e as he turns to me. "Everyone," he
ITS to me and to the world at larqe,
^'has the riqht to exercise his riqht." And
rho am I to arque with a man like my
FUr.rle Max?
Last Vestiges
Of Discrimination
(Continued From Page 9)
employment. Moreover, he added, these and
other firms have adopted company-wide pol-
icies on such hirinq. which make it easier for
Sabbath observant Jews to qet jobs in those
firms.
Dr. Schick declared that banks, most in-
surance companies and many other business
enterprises refuse to hire Orthodox Jews. Even
with favorable qovernmental policies and
laws the problem will not be completely re-
solved, he declared. There is work of such a
nature that an employer miqht reasonably in-
sist on a person who will work the entire
Friday or on Saturday. Hence, Dr. Schick in-
dicated, the problem will have to be worked
out on a case-by-case basis.
He said that COLPA hopes that eventual-
ly more or less clear-cut and qenerally ac-
cepted rules will be developed to insure fair
treatment for the qrowinq number of Ortho-
dox Jews seekinq professional and white
collar jobs.
GREETINGS!
DORWIN'S
IVY SHOP
"Smart Shop for Young Men"
1574 Washington Ave.
Miami loach 532-4061
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BOOK HORIZONS
South Campus Location Ph. 665-6161
1110 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY (at Main Entrance of U of Miami)
North Campus Location Ph. 681-0418
110th STREET and 27th AVE. (opposite MDJC Stadium)
ioliday Greetings From .
THE GOLDEN COMB
2309 LEJEUNE ROAD
CORAL CABLES
443-7158
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SEAMLESS FLOORS OF MIAMI, INC.
Torginol Seamless Floors
CARL NELSON
23 ALMERIA AVE., CORAL GABIES
Phone 443-4132
ioliday Greetings From .
UBLANC CLEANERS
209-23rd Street
MIAMI BEACH
534-4389
A-- ____________.
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SOUTHERN BAKERIES CO.
"I'd Even Go North
For Southern Bread"
Paqe 11-D
1
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
COME IN AND SEE
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To Miami
"ONCE TASTED
NEVER WASTED"
1360 NE 163rd STREET
Phone 947-4092
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
EVERGLADES LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY, Inc.
6991 SW 8th STREET CA 6-1155
Monday-Saturday 7:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M.
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
ACME INDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL, INC.
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
555 W. 18th St., Hialeah Phone 887-8922
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Jimmy's
GULF Service Station
Open 24-Hr*. A Day
1725 NE 79th ST.
(CAVMWAY)
TH BAY VILLAGE
UN 5-9268
JtMMY VARRONf
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
Golden Nugget Pancake House
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
UNIVERSAL FIRE ARMS CORP.
3746 i. 10th COURT HIAIEAH
Phone OX 6-0950
HAPPY PASSOVER
^Miiilili^l
213* NORTHW6ST ^|/mi COURT MIAMI J7, FLORIDA
'Greater Miami's Friendliest Printing Plant''
To All .. Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
Tropical Paper & Wax Company
Wax Paper, Freezer Paper, Delicatessen Paper, "Tropical"
To All... Best Wishes for the Holiday
9500 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
TO ALL GREETINGS
SUN CITY DAIRY FARMS, Inc.
RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS HOTELS STORES
ir WE WHOLESALE *
BUTTER EGGS CHEESE
763 W. 18th STREET
Hialeah, Florida
Ph. 887-7431
Happy Passover To All .
Arnold Schecter
CAUSEWAY TIRES. INC.
1505 -79th Street Causeway
PHONE 865-2943
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI BEACH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
DR. STANLEY WASMAN
1929 PURDY AVENUE JE 4-2156
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Arthur ;. Parrisli. C.P.M.. Realtor
Real Estate Insurance Property Management
5111 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida 444-7301
Passover Greetings to All Our Friends and Clients from
BEACH BAGFX BAKERIES, IXC.
18 OCEAN DRIVc, MIAMI BEACH
Morris Greenblatt JE 1-0126
A HAPPY PASSOVER
PALMETTO HARDWARE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
8237 SW 124th STREET 235-9341
7334 RED ROAD 665-4231
Dan Hitchcock, Owner
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PARKS AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
2435 N.W. 7th COURT Phone 634-6178
---------------------------------------------------------------------rf,---------
"We Cater to Parties" Phone 443-4505
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Italian Cuisine 4 Piuu Air CondifiontW 260 Seating Capacity
Happy Passover To All
ABERBACH'S
Ph. JE 2-2716 466 Arthur Godfrey Miami Beach, Florida 33139 Road
A


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+Jeist ncr*&*r
Friday. April 12. 19g
BEST WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER SEASON
COLONIAL PONTIAC
8301 N.W. 7rh AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 751-6655
Am A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR
Bjf WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AMD FRIENDS
mSfT&^PIMl i
^^- ^^ m 9 *# W ti3 fc**V w% BAKERY j
"Butter .Vats; If Better
Phone 532-4445
" *. O > ^ .. ,-_.-_ ___,
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES BfC
Goodwill Cifis Promotion*! Aa\r- -j
4590 N.E. 2nd Avenue
P.O. Box 37-634
Miami, Florida
Phone: 754-5536
Visit Our Air Conditioned Snow roc m
2%&0/ #/".
G3EE iNGS
!
FARREY'S
CONTRACTING HAM ..
FOlDOOR DOOtS
LIGHTING FIXTURES
7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE
754-5451
SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY
V'SiT CU5 NE.'.
4200 SALZEOO ST CORAL GABLES
445-7841
HOSPITALS ir NURSING HOMES PHYSICIANS
LABORATORY SUPPLIES and ECU INVENT
You are cordially invited to cor^e ir. and browse about
Spirit Of Passover
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Passover is a time for eating
but also for greeting
We greet the season of spr
We welcome the spirit of :
dom We entertain fnends ar.:
rela: t the Seder table tYe
meet the challenge of proving
oursehes worthy of the sacr:-
Qces a si s of oui an-
11 m
. as mar-
ieaes
- been threat
by the Pharaohs of old a-
modr.-- time* and has not been

Equally marvelous the tri-
umph of the Jew over the threat
of embitterment at his I
We have tnree freedom fes-
tivals: Char.ukah. Purim a.-.-.
Passover and each could make
ill rr. o r b i d by recalling how
azain and again foes threaten-
ed us
But the Jew does not get
morbid. On Purim he does not
swear vengeance against Ha-
inan, but has transformed the
despot into a pastry, the ha-
mantash.
Passover Greetinqs
from
CINDERELLA
FLORISTS
705 N.f. 125tfi ST.
NORTH MIAMI, FLA
Ph. 757-7320
A Haoov Passover
Ben Cole, President
KOLE ENTERPRISES
INC.
Cardboard Boxes.
Corrugated Boxes
Ko'e Bins "Ko'e Mailers"
3814 N W 32nd AVE.
NE 3-9023
V He PV -r:is:-'=: : Z. "
E LL and HERMAN
CALEB PRODUCE
COMPANY INC.
:::: N. W. ISA Avenue
; one 374-4174
GARSON INDUSTRIES
1675 W. 32nd Place
Hialeah. Florida
822-1443
~- AJJ Happy Passovei
TOHNNLE & MACK
BODY SHOP
*'3v the Ra-.'.roid Track"
PaiarincjColor Matchincj
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repairs
3647 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone 633-0181
Cn Passover when you would
expect the Jew. recalling the
harshness of Pharaoh, to be
riadiefJee, >ou find that the
fagsjadah ca!':- foi
the Egyptians as human be
claimants to God' merer. Qfcc
the rest o: K.- creatures
I spirit af Pa-? ,.er is one
.. :1( that it -- :
. irs the
amity at our sen
nd in our observances oj:
we do r.ot surrender to despair.
We eat our iest:\a: foxl? and
are meet the cali I sust our
morale by vowing to sppose
Pharaohism inside it us a? well
a> the external P sho
stiil menace us
In Israei. where Pharaoh
not only contemptible but aii
too contemporaneous, the spirit
of exuberance prevails
during Passover, reminder j:
the grimness of ilaverj u
presswn
Kibbitzers on the kibbutz
keep the fun as well as the
Passover wine flowing during
the holiday Recently, one Is-
- raeh told about a drear, h*
had: Nasser was given a
And here they tell the a
phal stoiw otthes/ewish bo\ h,
was supposed to haw-
Nasser from the Eas- ? Kt:
Said the Nile dicta I p
can I do to show my thanks
Replied the bay: Do-
father."
M.:iions today
many in Egypt) don't h
more to eat than the -
of matzoh and ma:.
Many people
day are still awaiting
ing of a Mean
mankind out of the
bondage and despair
Passover bids _
o.ir share in the hamn
: i better world. We
. Id to defeat^T
for that day when
will be b'seder. a-
Hebrew
"B'seder" i- the
idiom fro OK It car
that we pray thai mi
reach the time whe
can get together tot
poses, in an atmosp-
and faith, and have er
to eat and enough gaila
meet their God-giv?-
bilities
A HAPPY .-.-___A:
D. T. C. Tool Corp.
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
433-4061
Holiday Greetings From
MARY
BEAUTY CENTER
PERMANENT WAVES FROSTING
HAIR STYUNG WIGS TINTING
BLEACHING TONING
1342 N E. 163rd St
Phone 947-4309
Greetings for r Most
Hapi : From
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND
GEM DRUGS
TH Or v Dllc-i'c ;; .
'a- Sn:o- C :- -i
Co~*p ere "os^e'
. .-
i Ai! D*
295 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 446-6321 -444-9101
i
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SARRI\A
for Reautif
1143 N.E. IBS* STtEET
Will I Wigltt Sales I Jtrvica
Ctmplut line at
*rt*4j| a $.. tmtkk
Op*n Monday thru Stluriiy
Lmtt Mires flir$. ani frit
FOt APPOINTMENTS
4S4M1 CAU M744M
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FRC*
CHI*A f.YV
RESTAURANT
I42S5 BLW. 7111 AVfH.:
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 661-0012
ree::acs Fr; .
FLAGLER PHARMACY
Prescription Specialise
5300Flagler, Miam:
Phone; 445-3671
5reed -
:
N. DAVIS &
COMPANY. JEWELERS
Miami -474-63'-
139 N* 1st Stree*
STANLEY J. A0LE5 ird
Joseph h. sn>:e-
Seoul GRir:::;3s :m
the adpress
446 S.W. 8th St. 3": 30I2
i
toy QrWfiR9s c -
ALLAPATTAH
PHARMACY
Prescription Specialists
2000 N.W. >7th Avenue
Miami -635-7321
k


April 12. 1968
TJie Seder
At Far^Flungv^H t}
Outposts
Continued from Paqe 5
fend Jewish chaplains the world over
l-."h their efforts in arranging for the
Icelivery, storage and refrigeration of
l.'upplii-.-. the preparation of special mess
Ihalls. distribution of new utensils and
hablc settings, and assignment of cooks
and K.P. squads. Organization of the
[ Seder is the job of the Jewish ebaiplain
and, at points he cannot reach, of the
Jewish layman he has trained or of an
understanding Christian chaplain.
In the United States, arrangements
must be made tor nearly 600 military
.retaliations and VA hospitals. Here, too.
logistics are crucial because of the many
.-mail installations with limited num-
bers of Jewish personnel serving under
scores of different commands.
Overseas and stateside, the unique
- >:o Seder devised by JWB plays a dra-
matic role. These Passover boxes con-
tain matzoh. gefilte fish, chicken dinner
with matzoh balls, chocolate candies, a
Haggadah and a Passover greeting.
They are designed for multiple uses:
ior the GIs in Vietnam unable to get to
*lf**i*bntrh3i&n
Page 13-D
The mass Sedorim in Saigon and Da-
nang: for personnel in the Korean bunk-
ers on the DMZ line; for Jewish seamer
whose ships will be at sea during Pass-
, o*er: fc,lonely|guirdia* j>Mhe p\
>.. She .radar cdnfple*. f* patietiS-iV
military- hospitals, for Jewish military
attaches attached to American diplo-
matic posts where there are no Jewish
communities; for Peace Corps personnel
deep in the hinterlands of developing
countries of Asia and Africa.
The mass Sedorim organized by Jew-
ish chaiplains in various parts of the
world are an established feature of
JWB's Operation Passover. Less well-
known are the community Sedorim in
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to which servicemen and their families
are invited through the efforts of JWB
Armed Forces and Veterans Service
Committees.
Home hospitality, too. is part of this
ihase of the program. Especially heart-
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larly where these are isolated from the
mainstream of Jewish lite.
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projects of JWB's Women's Organiza-
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of nine national Jewish women's organi-
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B'nai B'rith.
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soldiers this Passover, by servinq them the
secondary foods.
Oh no, retorted the rabbi. You. I, the other
lews in our city who are well off, we will eat
the secondary foods, drink the wine of raisins.
Not our guests. For the soldiersonly the
best will be served.
I heard that storv many years aqo from
my grandfather. It had been a very lean year.
When Passover time came, his wife, my qrand-
mother, (who was the provider of the family)
had very little money tor the qood thinqs that
should have been laid up for the holiday.
Usually, qrandfather knew nothinq of the
family finances. This year, his wife had to
tell him. She had not even enouqh money for
the Passover wine. My Grandfather had been,
himself, the head of the maos chitim society,
the orqanization that provides Passover food
to the poor. But since he was officially not
amonq the poor, there was no wine tor his
Passover table from the stock accumulated
for distribution amonq the poor.
This year, qrandfather told his wife that
we will drinq raisin wine for our four cups
durinq the sedorim. All but for our quest- -
for, as usual, I shall invite a auest from "rmonq
the travelers to be sure to visit our synacocue.
For the guest, I shall somehow, I hope. Hni
a bottle of the wine of the qrape. One does
not serve the secondary to a quest.
It so happened that the siranqer my ^:;nd-
father invited to his seder that niqht was a
man from Mohilev who had brouqh; with
him, in his sack that served as a sct;hel,
several bottles of excellent wine and brandy
all, of course, kosher l'Pesach.
It was that niqht, after the seder thai
Grandpa told the storv about the rulinq bv the
Rabbi of Mohilev. Our quest told another
Passover story.
It seemed that, about a week befo.-? one
Passover, a man had come to his Rabbi to
ask for a rulinq. Is it permitted, he wanted!
to know, to drink milk instead of wine when
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have sufficient milk from his coats.
The rabbi ruled that milk was permissible
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the rabbi told the man, von could buy wine,
and he qave the man a ?5 ruble be:-, --.-.te,
a larae sum indeed. The men had be
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coaxed to accept the money, but took it only
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"Why did you qive him that much?" she
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enouqh for wine,"
"When he said he would have to drink
milk instead of wine," the rabbi answered, "I
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Miami. Florida, Friday, April 12, 1968
Section E
The traditional way to make a Seder
i
CANDLES arc
lighted by the
mother ef the
house H usher in
ibc fcsiival ef P*-
over. The benedic-
tion which she pre*
neunces over the
candle* gives a re-
ligions meaning '
ihia simple acl. An
abundance of light
symbolize* joy and
festivity, and the
soft candle-glow
add* an aura of
ipiriluality to the
Seder table.
2
ACUf Of WIN*
i* placed at each
table eittng. The
aanctification of
the Holiday is pro-
nounced over the
first cap. Three ad-
linonsl cups are
drank daring the
coarse of the
Seder, making a
total of lour, lo
symbolize the four
expressions of the
Lord'* promiae lo
redeem the chil-
dren of Israel and
deliver lhem from
liondage.
3
THt KAOOADAH
< literally 'the left-
ing"> contain* Ihe
complete Seder
ccrcntenies in their
prescribed order
I seder). The first
part f the book,
concerned mainly
wilh Ihe story of
the Jews' deliver-
ance from Egypt,
is read before ihe
meal. After dinner
follows ihe second
portion consisting
of prayers of praise
and thanks lo the
Almighty.
4
MATZOM repre-
sents the "bread of
affliction'* eaten by
the Jewa in Egypt,
and also the bread
tharhad lobe baked
daring their hasty
flight when there
was no time far
leavening. Three
maiiei are placed
in the Seder iray.
Half the middle
malioh, saved for
the Alikomon I des-
sert), is playfully
"stolen" by a child
and ransomed for a
prize.
5
THI Z'lOAH,
a roasted' thank
bone, is placed an
the Seder tray. It
represents the an-
cient sacrifice af
Ihe Paschal lamb
( Pesmeh) which
had la be eaten
roasted. Pcaerft, the
Hebrew name far
Passover, also re-
fers to the Lord's
passing over fpos-
arh) the Jewish
home* during ihe
plague visited upon
the Egyptian first-
born.
6
THE IEITZAH,
a roast i< placed left of the
Ttoah, symbolizes
ihe required offer-
ing brought on all
festivals in the
Temple. The egg,
while not itself sac-
rificed, is used in
ihe Seder as it is
Ihe Jewish symbol
f mourning < in
this case for Ihe
loss of the Temple
where the sac-
rifices were
brought l
7
THE MAROR
or "bitter herbs"
i usually horserad-
ish ) is placed in
ihe middle of the
tray and symbol-
izes Ihe Jews' bit-
ter suffering under
the Egyptian yoke.
Directly below is
he Chaiereth, an-
other piece of bit-
ter herbs, com-
memorating the
custom ol rating
Mar or sandwiched
between I wo pieces
o( Maltoh.
8
THE CHAROSET,
placed benealh the
Z'roah. is a mix-
lure of chopped
apple, nuts, cinna-
mon, and wine de-
signed to look like
the mortar used by
the Jews in build-
ing the palaces and
pyramids of Egypt
during centuries of
forced labor. Be-
fore ihe Maror is
eaten, it is dipped
into ihe Chtuotet.
9
THE KARPAS,
a piece of parsley
or lettuce placed to
the left of ihe
Charoset, symbol-
ize* the meager
diet of the Jews in
Egyptian bondage.
It i* dipped into
*all water in re-
membrance of the
tears ihey shed in
their misery. The
Karpas also signi-
fies Springtime,
ihe season of Pass-
aver.
10
THE CUP OF ELI-
JAH, filled wilh
wine, i* kept on
the table through-
out the Seder in
ihe hope that the
Prophet Elijah
may appear at a
messenger of the
Almighty and an-
nounce the coming
of the Messiah.
Thus, in the mid*l
>( their memories
of the past, ihe
Jew* look forward
lo the day of uni-
versal peace, love,
and brotherhood.
v P*
STEP-BY-STEP EXPLAINATION OF RITUAL TO BE FOLLOWED
v/low to j^repare \Jjouv A
Passover means many things-
symbolic, historic, traditional, re-
ligious. The seder is a high point
of the Passover observance, but
many hours of thought and prep-
aration 'mast go info the proper
arrangement of your home be-
fore the advent of the holiday.
Following are questions and
answers designed to explain some
of the more important prepara-
tions for Passover.
Q. What is the basic dietary
stipulation on which Passover
food preparation and use is
based?
A. A ban on the use of Chametz.
This is a general term fpr all
leavened foods. Foods and drinks
made from wheat, rye, barley,
oats, millet, as well as derivatives
of these grains, are subject to
the laws of Chametz. Rice, corn,
peas and all types of beans also
are forbidden for Passover use.
Grain vinegar would be an ex-
ample of a derivative food which
is Chametz.
Q. How much Chametz in a
particular food makes it unfit
for Passover use?
A. Any amount. One BlUSl not
eat or have any Chametz during
the entire Passover period,
whether in the natural state,
processed form or a mixture.
Q. To what time may Cha-
metz be eaten this year?
A. Chametz may not be eaten
this year after 9:30 a.m. of Erev
Pesach, which this year is Fri-
day, April 12.
O. Are fresh fruits and vase-
tables (other than le.-jumes
beans, corn, pe*. ?) kosher
for Passover?
A. Fresh fruits and vegetables
are kosher at all times. Food
which is prepared or processed
in any way may not be kosher
for Passover. The only assurance
that packaged, processed foods
and other products are kosher for
Passover is certification by rec-
ognized rabbinic authorities, in-
dicated by a label or emblem of
sueh rabbinic certification. Such
Kosher L'Pesach certification
should be clearly and unmistak-
ably an authentic part of the
label printed by the manufactur-
er directly on the container or
wrapper of the product.
Q. What is the historic and
symbolic moaning of Matzoh?
A. When the children of Israel
were finally permitted to flee
from slavery in ancient Egypt,
they left in such haste that they
had to bake their bread without
being able to wait for the bread
dough to become leavened. As
they began their long journey to
the Promised Land, they ate mat-
zohunleavened bread. In the
Passover observance, Jews every-
where commemorate this Divine
act of deliverance of our people
from slavery.
O. Should dishes, utensils and
other kitchen and eating im-
plements be bought specifically
for Passover use?
A. Such a procedure is the best
assurance of complete adherence
to Passover regulations. Under
specified conditions and if prop-
erly kashered. some utensils used
the rest of the year may be used
during Passover. It is suggested
that the rabbi be asked about the
proper procedures.
Q. May plastic tablecloths be
used?
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ay, April 12, 1968
vJewisti ncrldian
Pacre 3-E
lle people like to coMect
Stamps; others collect old coins.
Tire books, antique objects. I
collect Passover Haggadot.
The soul-stirring narration of
Jthe exodus from Egypt has ap-
peared in at least 2,700 differ-
ent editionssome of them il-
Duminated manuscripts, some
Tinted .for the first time in the
Ksth century and others illus-
trated by famous artists at var-
ious times and in various lands.
There are Haggadot that were
Iwritten by scribes in Torah-like
troll*: rare, engraved Haggadot;
|Ha?;jadot with Arabic commen-
tary: Haggadot published cen-
Iturics ago in Spain. Constanti-
nople. Venice. Prague. Amster-
dam Frankfurt. Basel. Salon
Ijka. Metz, Offenbach and other
Icltic I, reflecting the traditions of
[the Jewish communities there.
And there are. of course, mod-
[crn Haggadot, like the Recon-
Istructionist Haggadah in this
country, or the various text of
! ;i.r. ..dm in various Kibbutzim
I in I.-rael.
Or.e of the finest collections
of Haggadot is to be found in
the Congressional Library in
Washington, and the Jewish Na-
tional Library in Jerusalem can
boast of possessing the only
copy of the first printed Hagga-
dot which appeared in Guadala-
jara, Spain, in 1482 seven
years after the first Hebrew
book was printed and is now
a part of the Schocken Incuna-
bula Collection.
The most ancient Haggadah
in preserve today comes from
the Cairo geniza. a storeroom
in a Cairo synagogue for He-
brew manuscripts discovered by
Prof. Solomon Schechter. the
late founder of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary in New York.
The leaves of this Haggadah
are now in Philadelphia. The
Jewish Theological Seminary
also has the only four leaves
that remained from the first il-
lustrated Haggadah published
in 1515 in Constantinople.
* ?
The favorite Haggadot in my
collection are the famous Sara
jevo Haggadah, the similarly fa
mous ancient Kaufmann Hagga
dah. and Ben Shahn Haggadah
The first two are magnificent
reproductions of the illuminated
originals which are now rare
museum pieces considered as
great treasures of medieval cul-
ture. The original illuminated
Hebrew manuscript of the Sara-
jevo Haggadahwhich histori
ans believe was written in or
near Spain in the year 1370is
now kept in the National Mu-
seum in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia.
The original Kaufmann Hagga-
dah is believed to have been
written in Spain in the year
1400, and is now the property
of the Hungarian Academy of
Science in Budapest.
It is remarkable that the origi-
nals of these two most beautiful
and most important Haggadot
are now in countries behind the
Iron Curtain. Exquisite limited
editions of these two rare books
have been made with reverent
and painstaking care With re-
markable fidelity their charm
and brilliance have been pre-
served. It took three years to
prepare the engravings of the
gemlike series of 69 vividly de-
tailed illuminations of the Sara-
jevo Haggadah for which the
volume has acquired its interna-
tional reputation. And it took
two years for the Hungarian
Academy of Science to prepare.
(Continued on Page 15)
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Why It
Is Called
Mal/oli
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
ir.j .4-^oh. It could hare been caDec %.-, ^q-'
tamos. Why is it called Matzoh?
It is a difficult question. The bes-. cmsv
seems to be the old one. It looks Lke ?-'r-^o
:as-.5s like Matzoh and is Matzoh. so why
ihouldn't it be called Matzoh?
Matzoh is bread for the soul, as reH a
for lie body. It recalls the haste with
:-.e Israelites took their leave from Ec.; _-
the drvs of Moses.
They had resided in Eaypt for low -j-.
rtd veers and when Pharaoh finallv z-~u:.
esced to their leavinq. manv said W*aad
je hurry now? We have been here :ou:
rer.turies. Another dav or two wcr, a.-:=:.
".'> z~v. stav uo late, see the late rhow gg
lelsvWcn. qet c aood niaht's res*. Wei ^ ttc
hi :'--a rr.orr.:r.a have a shower and a jood
_.._ .:_r. _n:j leave.'
But Moses insisted cr. leaving ;s sxm
__ ronible "I exoect all Isra*'::^ ;.
z-.'"'d M 6M r-.mr. boulevard of C--
__ j rearhr to leave prcmot-v a: \-.r -;:.-=
rf --T--
B we rrve no bread :-' "he -_-.?.
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;:' -= torwjMMS.
~T-is: Hmi 'vr^ther some B*ux :-.-.
i.b* end vov have -** true b'&~d cf
t-^om with =1! the vitamins intac* -.:
So th? 1st-elites departed rrcrr.-w ol
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iday. April 12, 1968
+Jewlsii ftrvidUari
Pace 5-1
le hour of midniqht. The next morninq
laraoh wakes up. His first question- is.
'Where o,re the. xjhildrea*. of fesae| Letft
luring the n.iqjht, he. was told.
:'Larn those aqqressors!" said Pharaoh.-
They didn't even say qoodniqht."
Fharaoh couldn't believe it. He sanl his
officers to lopk around to see if it was reaiiy
t.ue. Thay came back sayinq all ths lewfcM
(s:o:es. were closed and had siqns on ;h an
treading: c-'
-MOVED TO TEL i-iVIV

Fharaoh felt faint and his chief of .:
I .. him a cos (cup/ of qin (Ko-sv-qin; tD
Ice ni him. Ther. F/iaraoh felt a little b;-'-r.
"We will start Russian' after them," he sail
"Be careful," advised his chief of sL .t-.
I"I have heard they have a secret weapeiU
II don't know what it is, but I think they c ?.l\
|i! Matzoh."
Today in the United Slates, 40 million
I pounds of Matzoh is consumed durinq Pas :-
over week. Many use it :he year around.
In addition to Matzoh, there are several
other requirements for a Seder. Some bitter
herbs, symbolic of the bitterness of bondaqj,
and Haroset, a mixture of around nuts 'ind
qiated apples, symbolic of the mortar which
the Israelites used to make bricks as slaves
in Egypt.
Required also, of course is a boy to ask
the Four Questions. There are a qood many-
other questions that could be asked. Thre
are the questions about Moses himself. You
might expect a leader like Moses to be a
great orator. He wasn't. He even had a
speech impediment. He stammered. How
did that come about? *>:>
Ail of us have read tb.Bil?te story of
hew Moses fell into the, water and how he
was saved by the Itinq s own" dauqhter.
Actually Moses didn't fall in. The Egyp-
tians sought to drown all the Israelite male
>*bi!dren, but Pharaoh's dauqht?r rescued
Mm crxi took him home to the palace where
he was rai?ed.
One time Pharaoh's crown was lyinq on
the t.-rble end b'.tle Moses leached oi:t and
b-an to p)r,v with it. The soothsayers wera
rt''urbed. Was this an omen that some day,
Miss minht snatch the crown f-om \h?
>'-a-l o' Fharaoh? A test was decided on.
P^'-'o Moses on a platter was set a jewel
end a lumo of coal.
If little Moses reached out for the lump
of coal, then no siqnificance was to be at-
tached to his doinqs, but if he perchance
rfached for the jewel, then it was ominous
and the best thinq was to qet rid cl the child.
Little Moses' hand reached out and was
about to qrasp the jewel, when the Anqel
Gabriel, lookinq on, swerved it away with
such force as to brinq about a concussion
of Moses' speech orqans.
So does the Midrash account for his.
speech difficulty.
Anyway, it didn't hurt the Israelites. A
qreat rabbi once said that if Moses had
been a soeech maker, the chances aTe the
Jews would still be slaves in Egypt.
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POR ALL YOUR DRUG-":
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I'Jewisti flrridFfon
Pane 7-E
ence between the enforced or
inv ilunUry ghetto of East Rus
gia -ind the voluntary, newly-
, r- ted ghetto in 1'alestine may
in an environmental change,
llu i-oirtHuianoe- of Mm*' mini-
m ; contact between Jew and
no Jew is .-till an identifiable
i-h.. acteristic- -
|wan puts it thusly: "Zion-
ist was a revolt against the
ghetto but by virtue of
he. a disillusioned reaction
against the walls outside the
ghfto, Zionism was in fact a
ca for the return to a ghetto
albeit a different kind and di-
me- sion.'*
Be adds that Israel is beset
wi-.i three major preoccupa-
tii -: 1. Her relations with the
ne dhboring Arab nations; 2.
Hi links with the Diaspora;
3. Her general attitudes to the
nor.-Western elements of her
porilation. He then advances a
moe1 sobering thought:
"i- is one of the sad ironies
* history that modern Israel,
wnose most vital need is to
accept and be accepted by
h r non-Jewish environment,
should have her policies and
c.'tural orientation deter
mined for her by the very
Jtry whose historical experi-
ence renders it least equipped
Hc^py Holiday Greetinqs
From
HOSE RICE and
ASSOCIATES, INC.
1090 NE. 79th Street
Phone 751-6322
Holiday Greetinqs From
SWIM fV SPORT
SHOPS
Five Store* To Serve You
Greetinqs From
HIVOLI
Handbags Accessaries
266 Miracle Mile
Phone 446-2680
PINTO FURS
1642 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
(Off Lincoln Rd.)
Bes" Holiday Greetinq From
elEWKIJERS
286 Miracle Mile
Phone 4444522
for the task, a Jewry which
had no experience of living in
social or cultural proximity
with cultural groupsJewish
or non-Jewishdifferent from
itself."
A variant of the above theme
was echoed by Amos Elon in his
article "The Israeli Occupation"
(Commentary. March 1968). His
comments concern the reac-
tions of the Israelis who visit
the new territories. He wrote.
"Most Israelis are still adjust-
ingwith difficulty, misgivings,
and much confusionto their
new and unaccustomed roles as
masters. Pew ever anticipated
this state of affairs; fewer still
have been trained in the exer-
cise of this power."
Rejwan could have added the
following statistics gleaned from
the book. Knesset, to corroboi-
rate his thesis. Of the 248 mem
bers who served in the first six
sessions of the Knesset. 159
were born in Russia. Poland or
Latvia
The first elected assembly
included 84 out of the total
membership of 120 who had
been born in East Europe. The
present session has the lowest
number (60) from the shtetl
area Twenty-nine were born in
Israel. This last figure is the
highest number of natjve born
ever to serve in the Knesset.
Another interesting statistic
garnered from Asher Zidon's
book indicates that in the pres-
ent (the Sixth) session, fifty-
eight members were over 55
years of ..age. ..when they were
elected in November 1965. In
the previous session there were
60 members over 55 years of
age. One cannot help recalling
Rabbi Ben Ezra's invitation to
"grow old along with me The
best is yet to be "
The background of the early-
pioneers, their environmental
influences, their allegiance to
a particular ideology and the
hardships with which they were
beset in the pre State era forged
loyalties to a power structure
which has transcended all other
loyalties except in times of ex-
treme national danger. It is the
desire for the perpetuation of
this structure which has pre-
vented needed changes from be-
ing effected in the system of
elections and the method by
which the populace is represent-
ed in the Knesset.
Many are not aware that, in
Israel, the electorate cannot
vote for individuals. They can
only cast one vote and that for
Continued on Pa-je 13
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634-1617
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634-7744
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Call 445-6751 Today for Information
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Phone 379-3444
MELANDOR NURSERY
15721 N.W. 7th Avenue WI 7-6971
U.S. 441 South of New Golden Glades Interchanqe
(Open Daily & Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed Wed.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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CLUTCH & PARTS CO., INC.
1401 S.E. 9th Court, Hialeah
Phone 888-6881
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BAL-BAY TRAVEL CENTER
2101 PONCE de LEON BLVD., CORAL GABLES
9457 HARDING AVE., SURFSIDE 866-2423
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PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
1001 Kance Concourse
Bay Harbor 865-3746
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2333 N.W. 7th PLACE, MIAMI 634-6231
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i:\rA\IMp IIC \ll I II SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
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4875 N.W. 77th Ave
Phone 888-4661


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BEAU Rl V AGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
MR. and MRS. MURRAY KORETZKY
AND FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
JE 2-2311
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
and AIRPORT LANES
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fb. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
\.\-.VELL HOTEL
700 EUCLID AVENUE-531-1191
1(1 I.\ I III It I HOTEL
843 EUC1ID AVENUE -531-1103
KHZ PLAZA HOTEL
1701 COLLINS AVENUE-531-6881
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2901
YOUR HOSTS THE ROSENTHAL FAMILY
HOTEL ALAMAC
Strictly Kosher Hotel
Overlooking Ocean
Extends To All Happy Passover
1300 Collins Ave. 534-2951
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS TO ALL
HAPPY PASSOVER
MAYOR SHERMAN WINN, Vice President General Manag
GREETINGS TO ALL
ANCHOR HOTEL
1587 Washington Ave. 531 -032*
HERMAN and ESTHER SCHWARTZ
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BROADMOOR HOTEL
7450 OCEAN TERRACE MIAMI BEACH
Phone 888-1631
*Mistntrk&*r
A HAPPY PASSOVER
COLUMBUS
Friday, April 12
HOTEL
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
at
NE. Is* STREET
Passover G
HAPPY PASSOVER
To Our Friends and Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE
MIAMI BCACH
Happy Passover and
Best Wishes To All ...
LOMBARDY HOTEL
6305 Collins Ave,
Miami Beech
Phene 866-77*1
Holiday Greetings From .
KENMORE HOTEL
1050 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone: JE 1-6621
Passover Greetinas To All
CLAVELON HOTEL
4210 COLLINS AVENUE
JEfferson 1-1171
Happy Passover To All .
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
BEST WISHES for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SEA
ISLE
HOTEL
3001 Collins Avenue
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9IS1
MIAMI BEACH
LEON M. ROSENBLUM
SEA SHORE HOTEL
WALBURNE HOTEL & TOWN HOUSE
Mr. & Mrs. Max Feigeles
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Weinshenker
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MIAMI COLONIAL IIOlll
146 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 373-2181
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
CATALINA HOTEL
DORSET HOTEL
1732 Collins Ava,
1720 Collins Av*.
LARRY FRIEDMAN
A Happy Holidcy to All Our Friends and Customers
TRAVELERS HOTEL & RESTAURANT
888-0488
4767 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Spring'
Best Wishes For a Happy Passover
Hau-aiian lute Resort Motel
17601 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 947-2511
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
NETHERLAND HOTEL
1330 OCEAN DRIVE-MIAMI BEACH
Phone 534-4791
MR. & MRS. SIGMUND WEINTRAUB & FAMILY
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BEACHCOMBER RESORT MOTEL
Fully Air-Conditioned Free Continental Breakfast for Guests
$3.00 Per Person Daily, Dbl. Occ, 25 of 175 Rooms
Wl 5-511 ocean at 189th, Miami Beach


Friday. April 12. 1968
+Je*liifk>ridk*n
Paqe 9-F
tings To All
......

HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ST. MOR1TZ HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN ami 16th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-3711
: PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
COPA CABANA HOTEL
3611 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-5301
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM ., .
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Bay Har-bor
HOLIDAY^ GREETINGS FROM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-0534
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 945-6942
MONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-8721
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
COLONIAL INN
ON THE OCEAN
18101 Collins Avenue
947-4571
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
TANGIER
MOTEL
186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
Phone Wl 7-6561
Passover Greetinqs .
LUCERNE
HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
Passover Greetinqs From
HAROLD BOB GRUDER
of the
MONACO
MOTEL
17501 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 947-3417
SINCERE BEST WISHES
FOR JOYOUS
HOLIDAYS
SAGAMORE
HOTEL
1671 Collins Ave.
JE 8,7211
Jack Muravchick
BEST WISHES FOR
HAPPY PASSOVER
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
PASSOVER GREETINGS
GALE HOTEL
1690 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-6861
The
KOSHER HOTEL
of the Year!

,**'

***
The Air Conditions and Hooted
CABANA COLONY
artinique
___9 HOTll POOl l__
Ee5l lA/idhd /or a
assover
Hilda I Bernie Wiedcr

Owner Mgmt.
ON TNE OCEAN AT Mtt. SHEET, MIAMI IEACK
THE PRMNCE MMCHAEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
-
VECTOR HOTEL
..Ocean Drive and 11th Street
FONTANA HOTEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
EXTENDS HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
Dl LllfO HOTEL
Oceanfront at Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0811
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
si III < 0>lltl It HOTEL
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-7511
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
PROMENADE HOTEL
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-5721
Passover Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
Mimosa Apartments
4747 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
PHONE 532-6411
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE AAARGOLIS
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
DELMONICO RETIREMENT HOTEL
6393 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-5786
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARILLON HOTEL
OCEANFRONT AT 68th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 865-7561
THE GOPMAN FAMILY
SAN JUAN HOTEL
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER
1680 Collins Avenue Miami Beach


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Best Holiday Greetings
WILLIAM BREST
- Realtor
14647 N.W. 7 Avenue, Miami, Florida 33168
Phone 685-3566
The Test I
Holiday Greetings From
BOND-WAGONER FOOD BROKERS I | 1130 S.E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 885-3562
Of
By RABBI SAMUEL UMEN
Holiday Greetings From .
BANNER TIRE
5255 N.W. 27 Avenue
3621 So Dixie 'U. S. I) Miami
West Hollywood. 2209 N. State Road 7
17615 South Dixie Highway, Perrine
_ n their long and tryinq history.
Jews manaqed :o live under the
most tryinq conditions end circum-
stances.
As lonq as they carried within
their breasts the vision cf c free
society in which each would be
reccqnized as a human beinq and
his elemental riqhts aucranteed to
him. no test was too severe for
them, no hardship too qreat for them
to bear.
In America. Jews have realized
their most cherished dream. With the
fulfillment of their dream, \h-' are
deprived of that objective wh;ch
rendered their lives ourposeful and
meaninqiul.
Jewish historv veveals that one
of the most outstandinq attributes of
the Jewish people is their ability to
acclimate themselves to new and
different environments. However,
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
MAGRLDER REALTY
Realtor
3437 MAIN HIGHWTY
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA 444-8321
OLD SCANDIA
Featuring Authentic Smorgasbord
also Complete Dinner Menu
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 350 PEOPLE
Located Opposite City Hall Opa Locka
681-9301 or 681-4575
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Sameth Piepgras Realty Co., Inc.
REALTORS
SALES -RENTALS-Residential Commercial Individual
976 E. 25hS STREET
Phone 691-7071
HIALEAH
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
SCHRAGER'S SOUTH BEACH PHARMACY
64 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 531-3470
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
THE ANTIQUES GALLERY & CURIO SHOP
349 Miracle Mile > Phone 444-7234
Holiday Greetings to All
{Weeks Bottle Gas & Appliance Co
Bill Stern, Manager
2828 N.W. 17th Ave.
Phone 635-1395
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL .
JOIIV F. ALLISON
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ELECTRONIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
INSTITUTE OF MIAMI, INCORPORATED
789 N.E. 167th St., North Miami Beach 945-4136
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FLORIDA TAG A LABEL CO., INC
1090 E. 24th ST., HIALEAH
696-3128
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
TIGER'S RESTAURANT
150 N.W. 22nd STREET, MIAMI
Telephone: 377-1010
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AAA II I I I II SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
PI 9-0041
LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
Established in 1926
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
3640 NW 48th STREET Miami, Ha. NE 4-4591
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS & SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. PL 1-2889
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ERW1N R. STERN ASSOCIATES, INC
FOOD BROKERS
3346 N. W. 54th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 633-9811
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
THE ARTISTS COVE
1699 N.E. 163rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone Wl 7-3191
MRS. S. A. JAFNEL of
JAFNEL ART
GALLEtUES
100 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 538-6594
Extends Best Wishes For a
Foyous Passover Holiday Tn
All Her Friends 8 Patrors
Best Wishes For a
Happy Holiday From .
FOXTAXA
SHOES. IAT.
217 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Happy Passover
Holiday To All
Fotdown
\u ninas Inc.
1060 E. 33rd Street
Hialeah, Florida
Phone 691-4221
Season's Greetinqs
DOUGLAS
PHARMACY
GILBERT PER ALES, Owner
3717 S.W. 8th Street
Coral Gables
Phone 443-1239
Next to Trail Theatre
A HAPPY PASSOVER
JOSEPH B. SUMMERS
CLOVERLEAF TILES
Stepping Stones
MARBELIZEO FLOOR TOES
all reinforced for
Florida Rooms Homes, etc.
SALE INSTALLATION
16585 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Call 947-5767


Friday. April 12. 1968
*"Jenisti fhridicur
Paqe 11-E
they have yet to prove that they
can live under full freedom in an
open society and still remain their
true selves.
So far. freedom seems to be qet-
tinq the best of them. For more and
more they are beinq absorbed into
the crowd, losinq their identity, cut-
tinq themselves off from the pattern
of life with which they were once
associated. While most of them do
not qo so far as to deny their oriqin,
they make no attempt either by
thouqht or deed to express any re-
lation to it. A Jew considers himself
simply as an American who is con-
cerned with everythinq that concerns
any other American.
The expressions "Jewish heritaqe,"
"Jewish ideals." "Jewish tradition,"
"People of the Book," "Judaism" are
mere phrases, words, emptv of mean-
inq to the Jews livinq in freedom.
Jewish reliqious life, under free-
dom, is waninq, lallinq by the way-
side, disintearatinq. Only in mo-
ments of crisis, in the shadow of a
reappeannq siqn of discrimination,
do Jews affrm (heir Jewishness
which cannot of course be equated
with Judaism.
Small wonder, indifference is
sensed by the more dedicated, more
earnest Jews who see a qrand op-
portunity under freedom of expand-
inq, developinq, enrichinq, their past
and buildinq for the future.
Can the course of Jewish life be
chanqed in America? Can freedom
be used advantaqeously? Why, of
course it can. But how? There is one
sure way. Each Jew must reqard
the savinq of Judaism as his sole
responsibility, as if no other Jews
were present to worry about it. as
if it all depended on him, as if he
were the only one that could do it.
In this way and in this way alone,
can the tide of apathy be stemmed
and Jewi?h life be revitalized.
Our sa.ies say each person must
considei the world as havinq been
created for his saka. The same holds
true for the Jew and his Jewish
"or!d, his Jewish values, his ideals,
his rreasurv nf thouaht, precepts and
lea'-rvncs. aV of which were so dear
to him, r< which he was so proud
at one time, and which now lie
neo!cted :qnored, cryinq out for
their keeper.
At nn time ditl the Jew enjoy so
mrch freedom as he is enjoyina here
and now. And bv the same token at
no tim wa~ he challenged to adjust
himself to it, to save himself from
it and to make it His servant rather
than his lord.
BEST
WISHES
FOR A
JOYOUS
HOLIDAY
MIAMI BEACH
YACHT CORP.
1928 PURDY AVENUE
538-4365
538-7621
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4?22 S.W. 75th AVE.
Miami
Ph. 223-1851
AL & JACK ZiSMAN
Holiday Greetings From
VICTOR
ITALIAN & AMERICAN FOOD
Specializing In Spaghetti
and Meatballs
1445 Drexel Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone: 531-9471
GREETINGS TO AIL
STERLING
REXALL PHARMACY
PrescriptionsDrugs
SundriesLunchCosmetics
RALPH S. MATTHEWS Own.r
3832 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
- 758-3252 -
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
J. V. Department Store
GRAND OPENING
WOMEN'S DRESSES NIGHTGOWNS
MEN'S SHIRTS
2745 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
N HUHNN row ins
v^/iapp rass*
*pp*1 / ctssovcr
BETTY ANN and SYDNEY MASS
UUAJ
7!h St (N. B.y) Causeway. M.I.
RESV. UN 5-3735
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
PEPI'S CHILDREN APPAREL
257 Miracle Mile 445-3579
riEA.hems
HAPPY HOLIDAY
Health, Peace and Happiness
7469 DADELAND MAlL, MIAM.
210 HOLLYWOOD MALL, HOLLYWOOD
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Pawllgei* Building Industries
2100 S.W. 97th Ave., Phone 221-8211 Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SUPERIOR STAMP and SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 374-1034
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
Happy Passover Holiday
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC
1827 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-0613
Holiday Greetinqs From .
INDUSTRIAL LIFT TRUCKS, INC.
'A Complete Line of Material Handling Equipment"
7175 N.W. 27th Avenu-3
Phone: 696-8911
Holiday Greetinqs From
Th e Bookworm, Inc.
269 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Phone 443-2574
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BURDA METALS, INC.
101 W. 23rd STREET Ph. 888-4563
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
CRAVITT-KAHN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 3350 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
IMMEDIATE COVERAGE BY PHONE MIAMI, FLA.
P.S. Personal Service Phone 448-2683
GREETINGS FROM
CY'S LIGHTING, INC.
514 & 516 WEST 28th ST. HIALEAH, FLA.
DOROTHY and SIMONE GROSS
also CY'S DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GRABLES BAKERIES
73 S.E.lst STREET, MIAMI
Phone 374-0228
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GAILE'S WIG FASHIONS
1041 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone: 532-5826
Passover Greetings
IIOK-KIIV. WNC.
MORENO SEWING MACHINE ATTACHMENTS
2247 N.W. 2nd AVENUE FR 1-3811
CARLO MORENO, President
Season's Greetings
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA-LOCKA, FLORIDA
MU 5-1521
Mike MerseJ Passover Greetinqs Ossie Mersel
465 MIKE'S CIGARS -Arthur Godfrey NEWS and MAGAZINES Road Miami SUNDRIES STATIONERY Beach Phone JE 8-6707



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Passover Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
RAYMOND'S Famous STEAK HOUSE
"andtOCKTAIL LOUNGE
ONE AND ONLY LOCATION
16410 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Ph. 945-9294

Best Holiday Greetings From
LELA B. REED
Realtor
575 N.E. 125 St., NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 751-1688
Holiday Greetings to all our friends and customers from
Bill Ussery Motors, Inc.
297 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables
Phone 445-8593
COMPLIMENTS OF
RAY BOONE AIR CONDITIONING INC.
ir INSTALLATION and SERVICE *
2009 S.W. 07* AVENUE Phone 647-3732
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GOOD ART at MODERATE PRICES
OUCIHAL 11 PAINTINGS fry WtU KNOWN MTISTS
ALLEX I II.I0M \X Sk SOX
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
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474 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD (formerly 41st St.)
HOST, CLAUDE NIOCOLLET Phone 534-2770
GREETINGS
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4113 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 759-4491
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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9500 S.W. 97th Avenue Miami, Florida
Phone 271-3211
Holiday Greetings from
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7007 S.W. 87th AVE. PHONE 271-4521
Passover Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLY CO.
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Telephone 374-0444
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In Jeuish homes throughout
the free uorld. the Seder
ritual will bring to each
family the message of free-
dom and hope that has sus-
tained the Jewish people for
more than thirty centuries.
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4024 Red Road, South Miami
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PARIS BUILDERS, INC.
General Contractors
7401 S.W. 69th Court, Miami
666-0366
MR. and MRS.
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and BROTHER JERRY
extend best wishes
to all our dear ones
and many friends for a
Happy Holiday


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one of the political parties.
There is no splitting of votes
among parties. Each party lists
its candidates in the order of
their importance and potential
appeal to the electorate but the
power to select those who will
serve regardless of their posi-
tion on the ballot is vested in
the executive of the party. In
this selection, it is the strength
within the party structure that
is the determinant. There is no
assurance that those who hold
top places on the list of candi-
Passover Greetings From
CRUISE CASUALS
OF MIAMI, INC.
575 N.W. 24th STREET
m 1-2668
Pmke Finvarb (Pres.)
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
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of Miami
Miami International Airport
Ph. 887-7581
Holiday Greetings From
Roy cl Tours, Inc.
88 M'RACLE MILE
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Passover Greetinqs To
All
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Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
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tLEMA S. KERN, President
1 m 5 1! 3Ck
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dates that appear under each
party's banner on the ballot will
be among those chosen to serve
even if they fall within the
number allocated to the party
based upon the party's percent-
age of the votes garnered by it.
The statistics in the book
Knesset present material which
gives substance to the appeal of
David Ben-Gurion and members
of the Liberal party for much-
needed electoral reforms in-
m
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MR. AND MRS.
JULIUS MARGOLIES
extend to all their
Relatives and Friends
best wishes for a
Happy Passover
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to all our
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and the curtailing of the num-
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When Rejwan's hypotheses
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Knesset and government, there
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upon the advocacy for a change
in perspective of governmental
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Paqe 15-E
I COLLECT
Passover Haggadot
(Continued from Pago 3)
in ten colors, 720 bibliophile
copies which capture every del-
icate nuance of the original il-
luminations. The copies were
each numbered, and I am for-
tunate to have secured one of
these leather-bound facsimiles,
numbered 272.
The Sarajevo Haggadah is
considered a part of Art His-
tory. Its reputation is so wide-
spread in the world of art that
when the Nazis occupied Sara-
jevo in April 1941, one of their
first actions was to send an offi-
cer to the National Museum
there in order to lay their hands
on it. Fortunately, it had al-
ready been hidden in a remote
mountain village. After the
war. this superb medieval codex
was returned to the Sarajevo
museum, where it is now dis-
played as a priceless piece of
art.
The Ben Shahn Haggadah.
which I treasure, is the "young-
est" Haggadah of art value and
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO All
MILLER CUT-RATE DRUGS
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Vow Shop l Miller's Drug Storo
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
VITAMIN HEADQUARTERS
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371-6731 371-5862
HAPPY PASSOVER
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1325 N.E. 163rd St.
Bitcayne Shopping Plaza
011 N.E. 5th Ave.
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Greetings To All From
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pneof N. Miami Beach's Most
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phono 945-1131
HAPPY PASSOVER
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was published in the United
States.
Ben Shahn, the famous Amer-
ican painter who was born in a
traditional Jewish family in
Lithuania, was inspired to illus-
trate the Haggadah some 30
years ago.
The first 10 numbered copies
of the artist's illustrated and
lettered, hand-crafted book, lav-
ishly done in 156 pages, were
originally sold for $1,600 a copy.
Other numbered copies brought
from $450 to $750 a copy. Some
of the original illustrated and
hand-lettered pages of the Shahn
Haggadah have been presented
by Edward M. M. Warburg as a
gift to the Jewish Museum in
New York, where they are on
exhibition now. A facsimile edi-
tion, containing 12 pages with
the Hebrew text written by hand
by the artist and richly illum-
inated with his paintings repro-
duced in seven colors, has been
published in this country in an
exquisite volume treasured by
art lovers, religious scholars and
laymen.
Another modern Haggadah of
great art is the Arthur Szyk
Haggadah. wonderfully illumi-
nated by the well-known Jewish
artist. The many-colored edition
was first printed in 1939, before
the Nazi war, on vellum; it is
still available at $1,000. A new
limited" edition has been
printed from the same plates.
Saul Raskin's Haggadah, an-
other illustrated large-size Hag-
gadah by an American Jewish
artistprinted in 1941 in New
Yorkis today very popular, as
are various illustrated Haggadot
published in Israel since the es-
tablishment of the Jewish State.
My favorite Israeli Haggadah
is the one issued by the Tel
Aviv newspaper, Yediot Achro-
not, in the form of a Torah
scroll. It is not sold in the United
States.
A very valuable Haggadah is
the one by Rabbi M. M. Kasher,
published in New York. It has
extensive scholarly and inter-
esting commentaries in English
worth reading.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Councilman & Mrs. Joe Malek
AND ADAM LLOYD MALEK
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY PASSOVER and BEST WISHES
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OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PERRINE, FLA.
Phono: 238-3535
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Daisy's Originals, Inc.
6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
RENATO LEVI. President
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ART EMBROIDERY & SCALLOPING CO.
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Ph. 635-0130 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooperman
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MACK'S CYCLE SHOP
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6720 S.W. 62nd Avenue
Power Lawn Mowers
Phone MO 1-8363
We Wish All Our Friends and Clients A Happy Passover
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MOLLIE HART Ph. 538-0000
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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U.S. Jewish Visitors
Barred From Poland
JEW YORK (JTA)A survey of
Idina tour operators and travel
Tencies in New York this week
hfirmed reports in the tourist
lustry that the Polish govern-
tin was denying visas to some
luralized American citizens or
Is at least making them hard to
||ost "f the tour operators quer-
by the Jewish Telegraphic
fncy indicated that the greatest
(unities were being experienced
American Jews of Polish
gin. This was supported by a
ry in a recent issue of Travel
ekly. the leading tourist publi-
lon, which said that "the ex-
Bion reportedly was focused on
nsfa applicants who were born
lor resided in Poland and who
Igrated before the end of World
II.
the Travtl Weekly report said
while visa application forms
liti in no question* of religion,
trade viow was that an obvi-
Jy Jewish name might caus*
atoms."
similar pattern reportedly has
noted by the U.S. govern-
t. particularly since the Six-
War, according to Illinois Re-
Jican Rep. Edward Derwinski,
ember of the House Foreign
irs Committee, who obtained
information from what he
Ied authoritative sources in the
icutive Department. He said
imunist Poland indicated a ten-
American J*ws applying for visas
shortly after the June war
A number of instances of such
bias are known to Washington of-
ficials but the situation became
much more acute during recent
weeks when the Polish govern-
ment unleashed an anti-Jewish
campaign to discredit freedom
demonstrations by students.
He added there was definite
knowledge in Washington of an
intensification of bias in recent
weeks against non-Jews as well as
Jews, particularly those of Polish
origin in what appeared to be an
attempt by Polish authorities to
"seal off" Poland from American
visitors.
All of the travel agencies queried
by the JTA here asued that their
names not be mentioned and sev-
eral refused to give any informa-
tion.
One leading tour operator with a
large Jewish clientele read a letter
from a consular official in the
Polish Embassy in Washington
about an application for a tourist
visa by a customer with an obvi-
ously Jewish name. The letter said,
"Since the above has emigrated
from Poland in 1946. it is possible
that she still holds a Polish citiien-
ship and in this case we cannot
issue a visa." This tour operator
said he was advising Jewish cli-
ents to omit Poland from their
tours.
Another operator said that such
applications apparently were be-
ing affected by a Polish law re-
quiring former Polish nationals to
give up their Polish citizenship to
be eligible for a visa.

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MIAMI BEACH
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Phone 271-3838
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2522 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
5810 Sunset Drive
South Miami
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seriously consider
going another way
to Israel?
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We don't believe you have to be lured on board our planes
at this time with irresistible descriptions of our food or our
service or the width of our seats or the angle of their recline.
Being on board a jet that is operated by the people of Israel
bound for Israel transcends talk about food and smiles and
pillow-puffing.
See your travel agent about getting on board one.
El Al Israel Airline*
1602 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
532-5441
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
to our many
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da and their spaa
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ten Mr> Plareac* Kanu] a.-.d Mrs Joseph
Coopemaa rba :..-. \y Mr and
Mr* Harold AbboCl Hi sad :,h Leek-
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ir. pe-k<- .sband Ph...;.
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Wife bad arrived a- the .-.-.- (faae One
contained tbeJi enriac tiefcebthe other eras a
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INSIDE AND OUT
Some Of the Meats Bl tn<- eacfctafl party at
if i.-.i fu.r.ald Albert went out
M tbe petto MM rtayed inside. But inside or
'"' '' '" 4' bot hor- d*eeiei and the
drinks were the same and went inside the gue-t-
Wandenng around, ins.de and out *as an ac-
cordionist. in.nde. in a room to herself, wa- a
telling for
and Judy went willingly to bed to
dreai dog they wen g the
. be named Freckles Has
dOfl *;rh freckles?
8 k really .' ere Nam j
its Myrni and Larry Albert.
,. and Rick) Litl Ins and Daniel Franco.
tda and Morris Levitt, Lee and David Klum-
-: Robert Joeefsbers Erica and
David Sommei Buaan and Peter Levin, Helen
and Phil Groaaman, Ann and Michael Block and
Barbara and Bill Cooper.
The ro Beta of in-laws, Mr and Mrs David
f'.a, and Mr and Mrs James Albert were 'here
" '. J let in ease their kids don't know where
enl ...' i the) Wt th<- party in whisper it
the;, went to > card game.
THE STARS SHONE
The stars in the Starlight Roof of the Dora!
Hotel shone on a gorgeous sightthe luncheon of
tn- Crystal Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's
foundation of Honda But Anita (Mrs. Joseph)
Bernstein, who was in charge of the decorations.
was sick and couldn't lee the retails of her labor
of lovethe tables for ten. abloom with the most
adorable, colorful flower basket!
This luncheon didn't need a fashion showit
was one Mrs Jacob Olassman. in the cutest hat
you ever saw was sitting next to Mrs. Nat Slewett.
who was wearing a yellow and purple print coat
outfit At the head table, looking like a fashion
plate was Dr Irving Lehrman, along with the
Other fashion plates, Mrs. J. Winkelman, Mrs.
aces
flestr) Gevru Mn k
.tsberg and -.a* reft A tbe hmrheon eofsuaut-
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IT WAS NOT A WHIM
The WIMS : i
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saarr.- Max G: >
fifty rears on ApnJ 11
I a.. ad white
le *
hast) ssMaai das r.;.---i. Moose Th^ HTIMS
correct Msec _ere
Vn j :-.
the orvie-to-oe. Mrs LOliaa Fraankes Mrs
Scaaeirid Mrs Frances Good:* Mrs Ethel Ger-
saa.Jlrs.NV.' [ax Weiu
Mr, Max Dlt
Cr.her guests iBcludeo Mn J -pb %ridi
Ralph s^e.-'- Mn Carrie B tec Ed
''" SI V ---. :.:.: : parties -f.i
nd Mn Mar-
:.:. ^':-:r Mi sad Mn Maarice Cromei and
Mr i lip Pospel
The nicest i .- that ... the chil-
dren aad grandcfaildren ..' the redding p..- rill
** < all pointi gantry
WIVES BEWARE
It s a good thing a.. -.-...- a.-'-.-.
Shan Siherman s husband. Larry, ^ho's been
going to the Citizens for ....-- breakfast n
bags.
Eveo' hntband went home ar.^ told bis wife
that Larry s wife would be most happy to have
not one but TWO coffee- m their boose with
as many people as could crowd in. But
that in"t all I^rry brought home ten pound- of
the biggest knock worst he eoold find for the
coffee May 3rd -Who has hot dog< for a coffee-
wailed Shan Methmks Larry will be eating
beans ar,d knockers, sauerkraut and knockers and
just plain knockers with mustard all month
AND THE BAND PLAYED ON
It was a gay and delightful dinner-dance in
tbe Pan American Room at the Four Ambassa-
dors, given by Joseph and Bits Ray-..- Rita
- her husband chose the orchestra" for they
all sound alike to her. Ev id it was real-
ly great, marvelous, and Rita's glad her husband
has a discerning ear
Table- .'or eight around the dance floor were
Mated in yell carnations, candles
and doodads Everything was in yellou but Rita.
who wore her new pink dress because she didn't
to wear her old yellow one.
Tn'' her party, someone a- in
w that matched the decorBuddy Kran
Sylvia, who looked like a living doll.
Other guests included Dr. and Mrs. Meyer
Eggnatz. Mr and Mrs. Sylvan Schapiro. Mr and
Mn Sam Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kramer.
Mr and Mr, Sid Franklin. Dr. and Mr- Arthur
Sokoloff, Mr and Mrs Sidney Aronowitz, Mr
and Mrs. Ted Bramson. Mr. and 5Irs Don Solo-
mon. Mr and Mrs Ben Zchwedel, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rayvis and
Mr and Mrs Lou Schatzman.
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN
When Dr. Hy Lieber had a birthday, one
whole wall was lined with original birthday pic-
tures sent to "Open" by his grandchildren. The
birthday cake brought out by his wife Juliet bore
little resemblance to a BIRTHDAY cakechoco-
late icing, no candles. When Juliet started to cut
the cake, though, it suddenly started to play-
Happy Birthday Imagine, a cake with a music
box inside!
Frances Lehman
Malben Increases Funds For Israel Handicapped
TEL AVIV (WNS) Harold
Trobe, genera] director of Malben,
a JDB-supported agency in Israel,
disclosed here that the number of
aged, chronically ill and handicap-
ped people in Israel had in the last
ten \cars risen from 4.5 to 6.4 of
the population and that Malben's
budget therefore for the current
year will reach $6.28 million, or an
increase of $857,000 over last year.
Included in the budget is a fund
o: $428,000 with which Malben aids
local and governmental agencies
that are treating the aged, the ill
Mrs. Lyndon B causes greets 17-yanr-old Pant.
MnsBtaai lain right Univenary .: Miami fieaKnain -*.- :e."
reen:ec "e u-.vers.tv H...e. ::^-zz::zr. :: be rec< ::.
asjBBax --.-.- .: 3rc. 5 r.:-. '.Vcrr.er. r Wash -.;-
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recaos of B'aa: Br.th Wc=e-
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club meetings, confirmations, all in
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Dietary laws strictly observed under tbe
supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS
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and the handicapped.
The fund, he said, will make it
possible to provide an additional
1.000 beds
In addition, it is planned to allo-
cate $57,000 for psychiatric treat-
ment in general hospitals and to
open a 100 bed home for the aged
in Beersheba this year.
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Paqe 5-F
(ualifying Ends For May Primaries
fo Pill County, State Political Offices
(As Qualifying closed for county
kit state- political offices, many
fmHd.-'es found themselves un-
Los; in the May primaries.
iState Senate veterans who drew
Democratic opposition Include
Umond J Gong. Robert Haver-
lid. Lee Weissenborn. Robert L.
levin, George Hollahan, Jr.. Ken-
[th V Myers. Ralph R. Poston.
ii-k Ki'.cher and Richard B. Stone,
[only Stone failed to draw Re-
Iblici opposition in November.
11 lou." Democrats who drew a
\e in: the general election in-
lule Maxine E- Baker, George
[restor.e* Lew Whitworth, Murray
Dubbin', Richard l'ettigrew, Tal-
^ (Sandy) D'Atomberte, Dr. Wal-
W Sackett. Jr.. Harold G.
patht -tone, Vernon Hollow ay,
nl Singleton, Robert C. Hector,
jbert Graham. Robert C. Hart-
ctt. Marshall Harris. Jeff D. (iau-
rr. Carey Mathews and Louis
fsc II.
|()l tbese. Harris. Wolfson. Mrs.
lukcr. Firestone. Dubbin, Petti
Jew, DAlemberte. Sackett, Hoi
, n\. Singleton, tlraham. Hart-
ptt an Mathews lace no Repub-
|nm opposition.
Democratic primaries pit Ron-
Id R. Young against Dick Renick
nd George W. Whiting: Bob Lee
lainsl incumbent Gerald Lewis;
four- aj rate among Stephen II.
litter, Joe I. Kershaw, Franklin
Ivans and l> R. Grunderson; a
licet n contest among Paul B
[einberg, Leo A Furlong and
porg4 Baumgartner.
In tl Democratic primary Toi-
ls. Senate, former Gov. LeRoy
illinc Florida Atty. Gen. Earl
birclotb, Sam Foor and Richard
iffertj qualified. Republicans will
loose between former St. Peters-
irg Mayor Herman \V. Gobbler
id Co- gressman Edward F. Gur-
P>'.
Dem crats filing in the 10th t
longrt -ional District are Elton
lissem anner. Charles A. White. ;
ere. Francis K Buckley and Mi
lael A. Pelle. Incumbent .1.
i-rber: Burke was unopposed on
9c Republican side.
In t- 11th District, incumbent
paudf Pepper faces Republican
ppositon from Ronald 1. Strauss,
tht 12th District, incumbent
)ante Fascell meets Republican
like Thompson in November.
Public Service Commission can-
lidate.' are Democrats Robert C.
fcrand. Harvey H. Baker and Jess
farbouugh and Republicans Ray
Osberne and Martial Desroches.
The circuit judge Democratic
ice pits Judge Milton Friedman
ains' Judge James S. Rainwater,
nth incumbent David Popper win-
ping toe Republican nomination
vithou- opposition.
School board race finds Mrs.
knna Brenner Meyers, long-time
cumbent in District 5. getting
democratic opposition from Rob-
ert Apfel and a Republican foe in .
Uan S Becker of Miami Beach.
I
Ol three incumbent Metro judg- i
ps. only W. F. Blanton got an
tpponent, Judge Meyer M. Bril
iani oi Miami
Othe; school board races find
|se\ fii Democrats contesting in Dis-
tinct 3 and 16 Democrats and five
{Republicans competing in District
Incun bent Criminal court Judge
[Jack Turner meets Leonard R,
J.Mellon in the May primary. In one
juvenile judgeship that is contest-
led, incumbent Thomas Balikes, Re-
publican, will meet the winner
I among Democrats John V. Fer-
Iguson Dominic Koo. Martin S.
I Saxon and Edwin I). Taylor.
Non-partisan filing for the posts
of Mas i" and County Commission-
er in lade County has ended with
Mayor Chuck Hall and Commis-
sioner Thomas D. O'Malley facing
no opposition? "~* *
Incumbent Harold A. Greene is
challenged by Dan Daniels. Mary
C. Fisher. Raymond K. Hampson
and Robert H. Parker. District 3
e.mdidates are John A. O'Connell,
Ben Shepard and Morris F. Wolfe.
District 3 candidates are E. B.
Beese. Earl J. Carroll. John A.
Cavalier. R. B. Fordyce and Er-
nest I, Kass.
Incumbent Alex S. Gordon faces
Phil Chafett and Ted Cohen. Ar-
thur II Patten, Jr., seeks reelec-
tion against Harold De Torres and
Carl W. Simpson. Earl M. Starnes
;.- opposed lor reelection by John
W. Bethea. Virgil N. Salisbury.
Herbert Seidel and Marvin Wal-
lace.
Hardy Matheson drew opposition
froih Chase Adams and Donald
Frost.
More than 900 Dade Countians
were present to hear Jim Bishop,
author and syndicated newspaper
columnist. Dade's first Blue Rib-
Imjii Grantl Jury foreman Ray Ster-
ling. Miami Major Steve Clark,
and Miami Beach Mayor Jay Der
1 mer urge the reelection of Richard
Giistein as Slate Attorney.
The endorsements were voiced
recently at an early morning rally
.il Miami Springs Villas. Mr. Ger-
stein. who won the office in 1956.
has twice been reflected.
a member of Temple Zamora, past
commander of a Disabled Ameri-
cans Veterans post and is active
in the West Miami Democratic
Club.
Mr. Jacobson pledged to serve
as a full time constable, and point-
ed to his service as an investigator
for five years for the Florida In-
dustrial Commission.
John W. Gilbert. District 1 Con-
stable, has filed for reelection in
the Democratic primary.
Mr. Gilbert, who has been hon-
ored with several plaques for his
outstanding public service, is a
graduate Oi Miami Edison High
and the University of Florida. He
is a U.S. Army veteran and has
served lor 10 years as teacher,
football coach and athletic direc-
tor at Jackson, Edison and North
Miami High schools.
The incumbent is a member of
the Miami Shores Baptist Church
and is a Shriner. Mr. Gilbert is
vice president of the Justices of
the Peace and Constables Associa-
tion of Florida.
Marvin L. Lessne, former com-
mander of the Jew isli War Veterans
in Broward County, has qualified
as a Democrat for the State Sen-
ate. District 38. He seeks to repre-
sent Broward. Monroe and Collier
counties, and has spoken frequent-
ly before B'nai B'rith and National
Council of Jewish Women meet-
ings.
Court Judges Association.
Judge James S. Rainwater of the
Small Claims Court qualified for
Circuit Court in the Democratic
primary. Judge Rainwater is vice
president of the Florida Small
Twenty-five Arab pilots are in
secret training in Texas as part of
a Johnson Administration program
which will turn Israel into another
Vietnam, Republican Congression-
al Candidate Mike Thompson has
charged.
"One hundred million dollars of
American taxpayers' money is qui-
etly being poured into Jordan in
the form of jets, tanks, mortars
' and rifles." Thompson said
Martin Knol-el. long-time Dade
lesident, has filed t<>r the Dade
County School ftouid as a Demo-
crat; Group 2. Mr. Knooel. 36.
laugh! in the public schools lor live
ytars before opening his own
school in 1965.
Chairman of the education com-
mittee ol Temple Adath Yeshurun
tor two years. Air. Knobel also di-
rected the Temple's Summer Day
Camp program lor three years. He
is former vice president of B'nai
B'rith Harmony Lodge, and has
been chairman of the North Miami
Youth Council
Ted Cohen, executive director
ol the Florida Fashion Council and
past president of the Miami Beach
Young Democratic Club, has an-
nounced his candidacy in District 5
lor the Dade County Commission.
An alumnus of the United States
Naval Academy at Annapolis, Mr.
Cohen has lived here for 17 years.
He is past president of the Miami
Beach Jaycees and of the Civic
League ol Miami Beach.
Dave R. Jacobson, former chief
tleputy constable in District 3. has
filed as a candidate for constable
in the Democratic primary. He is

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What's Russia like?" people
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back from Moscow this past Sep-
tember.
This is an impossible question
to answer over an hors d'oeuvre
It would take more like a case ol
vodka.
We were filled with myriads of
impressions in the five days we
were there. After all. it's another
life, another world.
Stan and I were especially In-
terested in the Jewish situation
We had heard conflicting reports
Some said Jews could not worship
at the synagogue and that expres-
sion of Jewish thought was sup-
pressed. Others said this was not
the case. They thought Judaism
was dying out automatically be
cause children were not beinv
raised in the family and, therefore,
the new generation is indifferent
Actually. Stan and I saw this
is also happening with the Russian
church. Most of the churches have
been converated into museums or
State buildings and the only peo
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our Intourist guide to lake us to
see WH the synagogue. She said
she would.
Our guide was an intelligent,
sensitive, 21-year-old student. Were
1 d Muscovite or she a Miamian, I
know we would be friends. There
was between us a bond of liking
and trust which was established
i> soon as we looked into each
other's eyes. -She spoke English
very well and had a fine sense of
humor which bridges the gaps be-
tween worlds.
She said it would be best not to
Visit the synagogue on our first
day and ride through the city to
Let a general feeling
On the second day she said there
was so much to see inside the
Kremlin it would be too tiring to
do anything else especially since
we were going to hear the Moscow
Symphony that night. Then, too.
she wanted to take us to the
Ukrainian Hotel where the borscht
was "marvelous""
That day at lunch I asked her:
"Natasha, is there much anti-
Semitism here?"
No." she said, "none at all.
Many people who visit ask that
question. I don't know why they
get that idea. You will see when
we go to the synagogue that there
i.s no problem."
'"We heard that during Passover
Jews can't get matzoh."
'That is not right, either." she
said. "They can gel it if they want
it."
We had no reason not to believe
Natasha. We trusted her.
The fascination of one day led
like water color into the next and
each moment was filled with ex-
citement and depressing revela-
tion.
Then on I he sixth day as Stan
and I sat aboard the Russian jet
looking forward to the fresh, happy
air of London, we realized we had
rot seen the synagogue.
"Do you think she deliberately
; avoided taking us to the temple?"
' I asked Stan.
We decided that possibly it was
deliberate, that it may have been
part of her Intourist training or-
ders. But. then again, maybe she
forgot.
Whatever the answer. I don't
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MIAMI
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GREEN BROOK
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Hieleah
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GREETINGS TO AJX
think she lied about the .Jewish
Situation in her city. If she did
not tell the truth it was because
she was unaware, as Soviet citi-
zens are unaware, ol what is nuing
on.
Stan remembered a conversa-
tion we hud with Natasha the night
we went to the Bolshoi Ballet.
"Why, Natasha, since perform-
ing artists are treated so well
here, did Nurcyev leave'.'" 1 asked.
"What do you mean, leave?" she
1 said. "I thought he was sick."
"No," we told her. "he defected
a couple of years ago."
She shook her head in sad sur-
prise. How could she know'.' Pravda
hadn't printed it.
How. then, could she know
about Jews in rdoscow0 Chances
are Pravda doesn't say much on
that subject, either.
1
How can we know for sure? We
can't. But somehow it doesn't feel
quite right.
pie who go to church seem to be
the very old.
One of the first things wi asked
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Friday. April 12,
1968
LEGAL NOTICE
ait "I
EJNBERG .
lCE*ro CREDI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78S34-A
I- 'IK Etate ..f
MILTON
I*
NOTICETO CREDITORS
- and All Peraoi Mai-

I *- lenai >ls
VOH st (he
'. MILTON VVEINBERG -
the Count bi
-
i
-
....... hereof
I
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JEAN WEINBERG
.
F --'. put I .*
la; April
.\' n e) I Exe ni
' .. A
4
i-12-19-24)
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 78529-B
1 RE E I
HCR DRE\ : H

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T A!! Creditor* and All Peraoni Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
i j an :.- > notified and required
to present any claims and demand*
which you may have against the
estate of AKTHI'H DKKVICH de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statute", in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 29 day
of March, A.D. 1968.
SYLVIA DREVICH
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 5th day of April. 1968.
SHEVIN. GOODMAN Jb HOLTZMAN
Attorney for Executrix
346-50 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
_____________ 4/5-12-19-26
Mldf
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Morris hid the matzoh so well,
he can't find it himself r
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 78495-A
In RE F.-'.
IE P IS ER.VACK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. in in Persom Ha' -
i -.. !- Afl
tifled and nulr-
|l r.
gainst
.UN ME PASTERNACK d.
County, Florida,
\ ui Judo ol 1 C anl
du
Section 7 II Florid i
Statuti Count}
u-- li I'.. le 'ountj. I
dar months from the
pi hereol
I barred
Dated Florida, IhU
day of Mar. I A.D. 1968
LE' 'N VRD EDWARD ABEL
MURRAY WOSKOW
A- E\. u'"i -
Flrsl of this noti. e on
':. .. Mi day i f March, I
LEON VRD EDW v f:l> ABEL
A" -..-.. Ex* utora
Road
each, Florida
I 1 5-11-19
H v.
!
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of ACTION PRINT. ACTION PRESS.
ACTION DCPLICATING. at 915 E
8th Ave., Hlaleah, Fla.. intend(s) to
register said names with the Clrk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
COPY SERVICE OF HIALEAH, INC.
A Florida Corp.
3.29 4/5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 71398..B
In RE: Estate of
ISABEL KRUEGER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To An Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and -demands
which you may have against the
estate of ISABEL KRUEGER to the Cunty Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in lade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publi. atlon here f.
the .-iime will be barred
l>.,t. d at Miami, Flor da, thli
' Mar. h A P 1968
ISAJ> >R KRUEGER
Ah Executor
First '.ul. f thli not
Hi day Man h I -
:.- KAPI A a- 1- tTER
I .1 i; Egert
\ for Bxet nt.-r
Street
) :i.la 33131
________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 76673- B
i
YET" VAN
D(
NOTICE TO CREDITORS '
T Ul Cn I All Persons 1
- Cli 'tii- or Demands Act Said
ti
and requir-
. : '. or derm
fETTA 8HATTAN eased
of D to the Count j
;. Count;
up] provided In
|
' -- in :>.. Counts Courthou* h
Dadi ''Ut.') i"i. thli
from the urn-
fir-t publ hi reof, or the
ted .- Ml iml Floi la, thi 7th
i
SHIRLEY WOOLF
-" Arthur Godfrey Road
Mlai peacl Florida 13141
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
f Octobei a I- 1967
tLEY WOOLF
Ai torney For Bat
825 Arthur Ootjfri Road
Miami Beach, Florida
______________________3 29 4'5-12-19
~ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78146
In RE: Estate of
JULIET HARTMAN BURK
I).-. e.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditor* ami All Peraoni Hav-
ing i lalma or Demands Against
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re.|uir-
<-d to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
eatate of JULIET HARTMAN RI'RK
deceaaed late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges ..f Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate at
provided in Section 731.16, Florida
Statute*, In theit -fii M in the County I :
'' urtln>use in Iiade County. Florida,
within s;x calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, tl
day of March. A D I
B/MORRIS S IU'RK
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
th day of March, 1968.
HAROLD ZINN
Attorney for
MORRIS S. BITRK
519 Dade Federal Building
J/29 4/5-12-19
NOTIC1 OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6S-44UM
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MERCEDES LESMEZ,
Plaintiff,
MANUEL LESMEZ.
Defendant.
TO: MANUEL LESMEZ
356 29th Street. E-4
Astoria. New York
Tou are hereby notified that a Bill
of I'omplaint for Divor. has been
filed against you, ami you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your \
or Pleading to
on the Plaintiff
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of TWIN MANOR APARTMENTS at
1785 Broad Causeway. North Miami.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
HARRY KOPLIN
SUSAN ELSON
Petitioners
HEIMAN AND CRARY
By: Louis Helasn
Attorney(s> for Petitioners
3/22-29 4/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78448
In RE: E? tate "f
WILLIAM PEH.HERO
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditor* and All Peraoni Hat -
ing Claim- or Demand! Apainst Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of WILLIAM PHRLBF.RG de-
ceased late of I>ade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733 16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County-
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of March. A D. 1968.
FAXNY PERLBERG
As Executrix
First publication of this notice <
the :th day of March, 1968.
FRISHMAN FEIN
Attorneys for Executrix
410 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
3'29,'5-12-!9
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desbing to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TARA CREATION8 at 10335 S.W.
tOOth Street, Miami. Florida 33157
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
JEAN DICE
and
MARLENE M HOTOPP
dba Tara Creations
1033o 8 W. .'-th Street
Miami. Florida !
MIW MARVIN I WIENER. ESQ.
Attorney for
~thV'Bill" of Complaint I J'' :' and Marlene M. Hotopp
- Attorney. ALBERT | J;l2 Ainsley Bldg.
WTLENSKY, Mil- Bisca Hide
Miami. Florida, and file th<
Answer or Pleading n
the i -|.rk of the ''- U '
thi :'. day of .' yon
fail to do go, Judgnv default
bi taken agalnsi you fT th<
demanded in th- i
This n.'tir- shall i" .
eek for four tr
in THE JEWISH FL>iRIDlAN
DONE AND l >RDI
Fl'-rida. this 27 d AD
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i
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By K M
Deput:
ll'ir. ut "ourl .
ALBERT WILEN
M-118 Bit
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NOTICE '.'.JES
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAV/
Nf.T.'.'E IS HERE1
the u
in but n. under th.
of NAPPY S PIEZ i
FAMILY PUB --.'
North Ml iml B.
Clerl
of t he Ci rcui t i
i"
TAMMY K
Fl
S
PAUL KV.lTVi:
SILVERSTEIN, ':
GOUDISP

TAMMY EN"
42" Lini Ri '1
Miami Beach. FV
.--.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73003-C
TN RE E tail
HA Sl'SSMAN
I.....:
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni TH E herebj glvei that i
have fill '.t..i Peti-
for Distribu
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Exi u' the above-
Tl i' 1. t.. % ol
.- :. SI'SSMAN
HUR I. MILLER

S W 17th Terr-
22-29 1-5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROEATg
No. 781E2-C
In RE Bstat.
IRVING LERNER.
a k IRVING H LERNER
1 H i .<>.- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- : t A .-'--.:.-
Having Claims f 11. n.-.
Acalnat Said Estate:
You are hereby n. tit ed and <
to present any i demands
which you may have against
IRVLNG LERNER a lltv-
ING II LERNEB decei ed late of
Dade County, Florida, to the County
Judge- of Dad.. County, and file the
lame In duplicate and .,- provided in
i '-: It, Floridi Statutes In
iheli offices In th. Cou ij Courthouse
Dade Count). Fl. thin six
calendar months from ;!. time ..f the
firs! publication beraof, or the
ill be barred.
' ted at .Miami. Florida, this I7th
day ..f March, All !:
DOLLY LERNER
As Administratrix
Kir-t publication of this notice
the 5th day of April
KOMMEL. ROGERS I.' .RISER
A SHENKMAN
Attorney for Admlnistra-rix
IM Lin. ..In Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
4 S-12-19-36
sam.-
on
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78018- B
Estate .-f
ETHEL P INCOE
Dec.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- ..r Demandi Agalnsl Bald
Yu are hereby notified and r.-nuir-
ed to present any claim- and denial d.-
whi.-h you may have against the
estate of ETHEL PANCOE d.....
i..-. ..f Dad.- i'..uniy, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file tie same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 7::: :... Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouae in Dade County. Florida,
within ,-ix calendar months fr..m the
time ..f the first publication hereof, or
the same will be hart-.I
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ISth
day of March, A. P. 1968.
Hi HIERT PANCOE
ADA ABBoTT
As Administrators
de is..nis Non
First publication of this notice on
the Mnd day of March, 1968.
ABBOTT AND FRUMKE3
Attorney! for
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
3 22-2J 4 5-12
rN THE 6CVNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANb FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PRORATE
No. 783Cf-C
In RE: Estate of
PAUL WENOER
Deceased
NOTICETO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demandi,
which you may have against the
estate of PAUL WENGBR deceaaed
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judge- ..f Dade County, and
. file the -am*- in duplicate id bi pro.
. vided In Section 7.i:i If, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
CourthouM ii Dadi count) Florida,
within -i\ ..;. dai months fr. m the
time of the first publii al h. reof.
or th. ii be barred
Dat< I i. Florida i litl
of Mar. : A.D 1968
EUGENEP WENGER
' Ex< ul
First pu f tl
| .
BERNSTEIN .v MILLER
. A It. !.. '. Ex. UtOI
19 \V. Flai Si
Ml !
.________ 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTe, JUDICIAL CMCLIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4636
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
O iNR VDPK \.\.
PI
-
\ P1CCIAND
1 .. f. !.
Tl MRS BARBARA A PU I |
s reel
I. hester. New Y
Y u BARBARA \ Pli IAN.
herel ,|
has i rii< ,

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rig to the B I i'
rial ilfl lornej DUNN \ \'l.
.i. >HNS< >N 111 Biscayne Bu
Wesi Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
UlSn and fill the original Answ. r r
In offl of th.- Clerk of
0 Clrculi Court ......r before the l.-t
day ..f Maj 1968 If yon f li] I
Judame I I > i- fault will i .
t you fi the i .,:.,!. d
'" th< mplaint.
Thi- i|| he publish! d oni
each in t i four consecutlv.
m Tin: JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, thli 25th day of March, A D. I
E B LEATHERMAN, CTerli
1' i iade County, Plorido
Bj C P COPELAND
P. puty Clerk
.'':'. uit Court Seal I
DUNN and J< IHNSt IN
4lii Itis.ayne Building
Miami Florida
*..... VI f.r Plaintiff
O INRAD PICCIAXO
3 29 4 5-12-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COuoV
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE '
No. 784-A
In BE Estate of
AI" ILPH IUiRoVITZ
a i. a AI> "-PH HORVITZ
\I".;.I H HOROVTTZ
I .. .,-. d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All '' '! and All I'.
ing Cla'tn- or Demands As
i: la
You tifled
. i t |,t t any i lainu
which ii may hav.
M" il.l'H II. IRl
VDOLPH !. iRVITZ .! -. ;
11,.:. .ii Flor la, to th.
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Florida si
thi .r i ''. In the Count; Court
ii ty, Florida j
"ths from ll
rsl publlcatl in hi n
ante b ill be bai
i at Miami, Florida s
: Man It. A.D. 196R.
HERMIXA HOROVITZ
Ji iSEPH HARVES
Ai Executors
Fli pul I atlon of thi- n
the 2th da) -i March,
HENRY NORTON
Att 14i>6 i Building
Miami. F|. Ida
3 : .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
Civil Action No. 68-30)1
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
EUNICE W BURGER
Plaintiff.
ROBERT A BURGER,
Defendant
TO: MR. ROBERT A. BURGER
Residence Unknown
You. ROBERT A. BURGER are here-
by notified lhat a Bill of Com
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are to serve a r
your Answer or Pleading to the' Uill
. of Complaint on the Plaintiffs At-
-2 torney, DUNN and JOHNSON, :e
: Illacayne Building, 19 West Fl. r
Street. Mi.,ml. Florida 3213". and M*
the original Answer or Pleadit,, in
,n I the office of the Clerk of the I i
Court on or before the 3rd day cf
May. IMS. If you faH to do so, judn-
ment by default will be taken ;.i-. -i
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published on. e
each week for four consecutive *"
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Jath day of March. SI
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I iade Countv. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Spall
DUNN and JOHNSON
416 Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida 3313"
Attorne] '..r Plaintiff
3 :: t '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUf
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4680
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MAXIM: MARIE 'KERI.Y
Plaintiff
I'.I.Y
DA? COOK1
! .
TO DANIEL RA' COOK1
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erv. ur Answei i
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thi f | i| th. i
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LEATHERMAN,
. 'in ur 'ourl Dade Count] Fl
By .' i' COPBLAND
I pul) i 'l.-rk
(Clrculi urt Seal)
si,ecu |.\ -: VUBER, ESQ
Alton > foi Plaintiff
3 :: i -
NOTICE UNDER
. _f" CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring t
in busli
that
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-4713
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DOROTHY ANN GRIBBEN,
Plaint Ifl
\
RICH vi:l RAYMOND GRIBBEN
Def,
T. i; RICHARD RAYMOND ORIB1 N-'
T'l Rlvi r Mount Drive
Apartment 2C
Pittsburgh 7. Pennsvlvania
J i RICHARD RAYMOND GRIR-
i:l herebj notified that a C
DiYOfca has been !
,i and i ..u are -
copj ..t you Ansu.i ..i I' I-
ihi i 'omplatnl for Dlvon '
Ihi i '.; attorney, RoNAI.I-
DAVIS, i:si.' ii; Blacayi Build
19 \V Fl i- Street, Miami. Fl. I
Phone: 379-28.il. and fill
I r or Pleading 111
MAIRY R ROSENTHAL.Se.
ALLEN KORNBLUM
Attorney for
A ALERT PEST CONTROL. INC.
" M 4 S-12-11
Attorney- f..r
GEORGEToWN MANOR. 1ST
3 .:::' i r-i2
i 'ireuil Court -
Dad. .'. untv. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I/St 4 S-12-11


Friday. April 12, 1968
vjmisti ncrfdHran
Paqe 11-F
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICI A L CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4156
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.Ml!i: M. I'KNNIMAN
Plaintiff. '*#'
MERTON A. I'KNM.MAN.
1lefendnlll
I" MKIITUX A. I'KNNIMAN
. o BtacttweM .- Reynold*
Tt Bummer Street
Kitchburg, Massachusetts i>l4i(i
v..ii. MERTON A. I'KNNIMAN. are
i. by notified thai a BUI "f Com-
plaint for Divorce has been fll*-tl
su-sinst yon, and you arc required in
-. rvi .i ropy of your Answer or Plead-
ing lo ill'* I'ili ol Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney, SEYMOUR LON.
DON. 7''" N.W, '.4 Street, Miami.
Florida S8127 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court ill or
before Ihe L'^ "lay of April, 19(8 If
. will be taken against you for Hie
r, li,-i demanded in the Mill of Cont-
ain t.
This notice shall ba published onee
h week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami,
trida, tlii.s 15th ilay of March A.D.
E. H LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
'ir.-uit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: K. M. I.Y.MAN
Dewity Clerk
Ircult Court Seal)
JYMOIR MINIKIN
I N \V. M Street
ami, Florida 18127
torney for Plaintiff
:t Jl-:i< 4/5-11
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61U
t UK; Kstate of
:VINC i.. stricki.kr
In-ceased
JOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
notice i> hereby given that we
v. fiieii our Final Report ami Peti-
II for Distribution ami Phial Dis-
arge as Successor Executor of the
i.,t,* of Irving I* Strickler, deceas-
, ami than on the :!<>th day of
lirll, 1988, will araily to tin- Honorable
untj Judges of Daib' County, fio-
l.t. for approval of said Final Re-
ri and for distribution ami final
-charge an Successor Executor of
lit1 estate of the above-named dece-
it in This IRth day of March, 1968.
I'NITED NATIONAL BANK
My: /s. Dennis I'. Clum
Dennis P. t'lum, fcteninr Vice
Pn --id. nt and Trust Officer
Successor Executor
IYKR8, KAPLAN & PORTER
i torneys
ISO 8.W 1st Street
lanii. Florida.
1/22-89 4 S-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|h.- under-sinned, desiring to engage
Bi business under the fictitious name
if TONY MANNBHO, MANNERO
ENTERPRISER at WO West loth
itreeti Hialeah intends to register
(aid nanu' with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Daile County. Florida.
SAM R08BMAN,
Stile Owner
4/12-19-26 '.:!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 68-5134
NOTICE OF SUIT
CAPITAL FILM I.Ala iRATi ililKS
INC. a Delaware corporation.
Plaintiff.
VS.
MOVIE MASTERS, INC., a Florida
corporation, WILLIAM j Jl'oo,
individually, ami KOS8-OAKFNEY,
inc.. a New v,rk corporation,
i i mil nt -
To: ROSS-OAFFNEY, INC.
2\ West tilth Street
Manhattan, New York.
New York
Till' AND BACH OF VOU ARB
HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit has
been brought agalnal you by capital
FILM LABORATORIES, INC. a Dela-
ware corporation, plaintiff, to fore-
clttse a certain Security Agrei menl
(Chattel Mortgage) more particularly
tleseribed iii ihe Complaint filed in
this suit, which Security Agreement
(Chattel Mortgage) encumbers the
following described property, to wit:
That certain feature-length :tr mm
color motion picture entitled "Oavllan"
including but not liniitcd to all original
negatives, dupe negatives, fine grain
masters, stock shots, work prints,
answer prints, release prints, and all
sound tracks (optical ami magnetic).
all rights to the literary material upon
which the photoplay in baaed (script),
all music and lyrics synchronized with
the photoplay and all rights to the
title. "Oavllan".
and for other relief, and you are re.
milred to file your answer to Raid
Complaint, with the Clerk of the
above styled Court and to serve a
copy theriMif tin plaintiff^ attorney.
WALTERS- MOORE COSTAN/.o.
1008 Ainsley Building. Miami. Florida,
not later than tin H day of May, 1968
in default of which said Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
DATED at -Minmi, Florida, this- tad
day t,f April. 1988.
K. P. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk .if the Circuit Court
By KM. I.V.MAX
Iiepui v I 'lerk
4 5-12-19-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
_ No. 78297-B
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM .1 PANCO+;
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Ihe estate of WII.I.IA.M J. PANCOE
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judgea of Hade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 713.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day or March. A.D. 1968.
ROBERT PANCoi-;
ADA ABBOTT
As Executors
First publication of this nntire on
the -^ dav of March. 1968.
ABBOTT AND FRl'MKES
Attorney for Executors
fJO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida,
1/23-31 4 T.-12
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
. No. 78453-C-Clark
III lib Estate of *.
AI'l-a.AIDA I! JEW KIT,
1........1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CrfOtloYs-and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
Y'u arc hereby notified ami required
to present any claims ami demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ADEI.AIDA B JBWETT, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
lo the Count) Judges <-f Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the t'ounty
Courthouse In Dade county, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
linn of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ^fith
day of March. A D. 1968.
First publication of this noli,, oh
the Ith day of April. 1968.
ALFRED K JBWETT
As Executor
HARRIS .AND SIRK1N
Attorneys for Executor
12th Floor, Dade Federal Bldg.
.Miami. Florida .131:11
________________________ t/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "I
SYBIL'S, at -M West Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Datle County. Florida.
MAX WETTZ
SYBIL WB1TZ
ROBSRT WK1TZ
SOL COHEN
MYERS. KAPLAN PORTER
Attorneys for applicants
Suite 3"4. Eleven Fiifty Bid*
lir.U B.W. First Sin-it
.Miami. Florida 3.11:10
___47B-12-19- !6
CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-5383
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MADOLINE NEWTON.
Plaintiff,
ROYLIB NEWTON,
Defendant.
YOU, ROYLIB NICWToN. Resi-
-dence fnknown. are notified to serve
a copy of your answer to Divorce
"Complaint filed against* you t,n Plain-
tiffs attorney. George Nielli il.AS.
612 N.w. t-jili Ave., Miami, Florida,
and file original with clerk of ibis
Court on or before May 15th, 1968,
otherwise complaint will be confessed
by you
DATED April 4th 1968.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
By: '' P. copki.and
Depulv Clerk
4/12-19-26 3 3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of EDWIN H OARSON PRODI C-
TloNS. at 6387 Indian Creek Drive.
Miami Reach, Florida, intend(s) to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EDWIN 11 OARSON
TAUJANOFF. WAjLLBR* BERflLER
AHonieyts) for F^dwin H. tHirson
41:0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
1/8-12-19-36
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICI AL Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
.'DADE COUNT.Y
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 68-4966
RAY SANs, pi-, vit.uslv known as
IKVIVli SC||.\|\V\1.\N.-
Plaintlff
vs
MARIE HELENE SANS, previously
known as
MARIE HELENE SCHABNMAN.
TO MARIE HELENE sans
previously known as
MARIE HELENE SCHABNMAN
830 Shore Avenue. Apt. No 1,-4
Long Reach. I^nlg Islaml
New York
Vou, MARIE HELENE sans, are
hereby notified ihat n BID of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to stive a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. PAI'I. KWITNKY, 4J Lin-
coln Roatl. Miami Beach. Florida ami
file the original Answer or Pleading In
ihe office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 8th day of
.May. 1968, If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
>ou for ihe relief demanded In Ihe
Mill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In-THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND OI1DKRKII at Miami.
Florida, this L-sth day of March A.D.
l :;.
i: m LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By; L. BNBBDBN,
Deputy Clerk
(Cir.-uil Court S.ali
PAI'I. KWITNKY of
S1LVBRBTBIN. KWITNKY
A OOI'DIRfi
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
4 5-12-19-36
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 68-4930
FKIlNANIa i IIAI.lM i.MKRi i.
Plaintiff.
Vs
VIVIAN MAI.Do.MKRi i.
Defendant
TO: VIVIAN BALlHi.MKRo
!' Van Wauanen Avenue
Jersey City, New* Jersey
You. VIVIAN BALDO.MERO, are
hereby notified that a Mill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, ami you are required to serve
i copy of your Answer or Pleading lo
Hi.- inn of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, LESTER ROOEltS, BKO.,
999 N W. Hth Street, Miami, Florida
33136, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In tl.....fflce of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 7
day of May, 1968, if you fail to >i" -o.
Judgment l.y dt fault will I..- taken
against you for Hit- relief demanded
in the Mill tif Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week fur four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JEWISH PIXIRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 38 dav of March. AD.
1968.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Count v.Floi Ida
By: K. M. l.YMAN, Deputy clerk
iCircult Court Seal)
l-KSTKR ROGERS, ESQ.
9S9 N.W. 14th Street
Miami, Florida 33136
4 B-12-19-26
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicils your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
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for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4266
JAME8 CIL\\\ ford.
Plaintiff,
vs.'
INEZ CRAWFORD.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: INEZ CRAWFORD
513 Calhoun Street
Bamberg, South Carolina
You. INE/, CRAWFORD, are here*
by notified that a Bill of complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, anil you are required to servt .t
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of complajnl on the Plaintiff a
attorney, 'leorge A. D'BrJen, Bsq.i
12:i N.E. "nth Strut. Miami, Florida
and file the original Answer or PlcnC-
ing in the office of tin Clerk of tba
Circuit court on or before the 26th
day of April'. 1968. If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will tie taken
against >ou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published onco
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FI/>RID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this isili day of March A D.
1968.
Circuit Court, Dad* County. Florid*
K R LEATHBRMAN. Clerk,
By: c P. Col'KI.AND
Deput) 1 'lerk
(circuit Court Seal I '
OEOROE \ O'RRIBN, KSiJ
123 N K. Mth Street
Miami, Florida 83138
Attorna y for Plaintiff
:: 2l'-J0 1 5-12
Everybody has heard about Zip Code.
But not everybody is using it. Perhaps some people
think of it as just a favor to the post officesomething
to do if they happen to think of it..
But Zip Code is much, much more than that.
Zip helps our postal workers move mail the modern
way. With Zip, they can sort it faster and deliver it by
more direct routes. With Zip, they will use modern elec
tronic machines that "read" Zip numbers and sort mail
fifteen times faster than was possible before!
People who don't use Zip Code hold up the mail for
themselves and for everyone else.
So use Zip on every mailing address. Use it on your
return address, too. When in doubt about a Zip Code,
you can call your post office or look it up in their Zip
Code Directory.
And if someone writes you and doesn't use Zip Code
tell him. for us. We need all the help we can get.
HOW ZIP CODE WORKS
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Sys it goes to the Midwest. The "06"
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78399-C
In RE: Kstate of
NATHAN" Alll'.I.M AN
Dot-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AM Per-.ni.*
Having Claims or Demands Anain.-t
Said Kstate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims anil demands;
which vou may have against the/
estate of NATHAN ADBLMAN do-
t-eased late of Dade County, Florid;,,
10 the County Judses of i>atle County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:'.:l.l6. Florida.
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first puhlicatlon hereof,
or the same will he harred.
Dated at Miami, Florida .this 13
day of March. A.D. 1S68.
CHARLES ADBI.MAN
IIV.MAN COVBRMAN
As Executors
First puhlication of this notice "ri
the L'L'nd dav of March. IMS,
ARONOVIT2 & SILVER
Attorneys for Executors
t;o? Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida
3 2S-29 I B-1S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No, 7852
In RE: Rstate of
MARY HA Ad
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors ami All Persons Hat -
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed i" prosenl any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of MART HAAG deceased lati
of Dyilt County. Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Dade County, anil
file the same ill duplicate ami as pro-
vided in Section 738.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from Ihe
time of the first puhlication hereof,
or the same will he harred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this .'-oli
day of March. AH 1968.
EMERY .1. POLCZBR
As Executor
First puhlication of this notice DO
ihe .Mh day of April. IlltiX.
MAI-coi.m II FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Bxecutor
J^:t s 1:. First street
Miami, Florida
1 5-12-18-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63038
IN RE: Kstate of
JOHN BRENKAC8 B k.a
JOHN BRANCA8
H. i-oam d
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
tor Distribution and Final Discharge
as Administrator C. T A. of the estate
of JOHN BRENKAC8 a'ka JOHN
BRENCAS, deceased: and that on the
S4th day of April. 1908, will apply to
the Honorable County Judges ol Datle
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Administrator
c. T A. of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This 5th day of March,
1968,
MALCOLM II FRIEDMAN
MAU'iil-M II FRIEDMAN
Attorney
.:: < s 1: First street,
Miami, Florida
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;i> soon as we looked into each
Other's eves. She spoke English
very well and had a fine sense of
humor which bridges the gaps be-
tween worlds.
She said it would be best not to
visit the synagogue on our first
day and ride through the city to
Let a general feeling.
On the second day she said there
was so much to see inside the
Kremlin it would be too tiring to
do anything else especially since
we were going to hear the Moscow
Symphony that night. Then, too,
she wanted to take us to the
Ukrainian Hotel where the borscht
was "marvelous."
That day at lunch I asked her:
"Natasha, is there much anti-
Semitism here?"
No." she said, "none at all.
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GREETINGS TO ALL
Many people who visit ask that
question. I don't know why they
get that idea. You will see when
we go to the synagogue that there
la no problem."
"We heard thai during Passover
Jews can't get matzoh."
"That is not right, either." she
said. "They can gel it if they want
it."
We had no reason not to believe
Natasha. We trusted her.
The lascination of one day led
like water color into the next and
each moment was filled with ex-
citement and depressing revela-
tion.
Then on the sixth day as Stan
and I sat aboard the Russian jet
looking forward to the fresh, happy
air of London, we realized we had
not seen the synagogue
"Do you think she deliberately
.-.voided taking us to the temple'.'"
I asked Stan.
We decided that possibly it was
deliberate, that it may have been
part of her Intourist training or-
ders. But. then again, maybe she
forgot.
Whatever the answer. I don't
think she lied about the Jewish
situation In her city. If she did
not tell the truth it was because
she was unaware, as Soviet citi-
zens are unaware, ol what is going
on.
Stan remembered a conversa-
tion we had with Natasha the night
we went to the Bolshoi Ballet.
Why. Natasha, since perform-
ing artists are treated so well
'. here, did Nureyev leave?" I asked.
"What do you mean, leave?" she
1 said. T thought he was sick."
"No." we told her. "he defected
1 a couple of years ago."
She shook her head in sad sur-
prise. How could she know'.' Pravda
hadn't printed it.
How. then, could she know-
about Jews in Moscow'' Chances
are Pravda doesn't say much on
that subject, either.
How can we know for sure? We
can't. But somehow it doesn't feel
quite right.
pie who go to church seem to be
the very old.
One of the first things we asked
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Passover is a time tor eating
but also for greeting.
We greet the season of sprin:
We welcome the spirit of free-
dom We entertain friends and
relatives at the Seder table. We
meet the challenge of proving
ourselves worthy of the sacri-
fices am! struggle-* of oji an-
cestors.
Oiten have historians mar-
veled at the resilieao
Jew who ha ueen threatened
by the Pharaohs of old and of
modern times and has not been
crushed
Equally marvelous is the tri-
umph of the Jew over the threat
of embitterment at his fate.
We have three freedom fe<
tivals: Chanukah. Purim and
Passover and each could make
us morbid by recalling how
again and again foes threaten-
ed us.
But the Jew does not get
morbid. On Purim he does not
swear vengeance against Ha-
inan, but has transformed the
despot into a pastry, the ha-
mantash.
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"Kole Bins" "Kole Mailers"
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'. H-pDV ?::sscv- T: All
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Phone 374-4174
.
GARSON INDUSTRIES
1675 W. 32nd Place
Hialeah, Florida
822-1443
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On Passover when you would
expect the Jew. recalling the
harshness of Pharaoh, to be
vindictive. >ou find that the
Haggadah calls for us to regard
the Egyptians as human beings,
claimants to God's mercy, like
the rest oi His creatui
The spirit of Pas->>er is one
of gaiety, de.-piK- the ion I
tfa i- -. ikes :
cours i no: abandon. I
- of solemnity at our serv-
ices and in o>:r observances, but
ue do not surrender to despair.
We eat our festival foods and
we meet the call to sustain our
morale by vowing to >pi>ose
PharaohL-m inside of US .i- well
as the external Pharaoh* who
still menace US
In Israel, where Pharaoh is
not only contemptible but all
too contemporaneous, the spirit
of exuberance prevails
during Passover, reminder >:
the grimness of slavery and op-
pression.
Kibbitzers on the kibbutz
keep the fun as well as the
Passover wine flowing during
the holiday Recently, one Is-
- raeli told about "a dream h->
had: Nasser was given a hear
And here they tell the apocrv
phal stoiy wlthe-Jewish boy wh
was supposed to hav rescuei
Nasser from the Eas- Rjve.
Said the Nile dictator \Uj.
can I do to show my ,;,-. .,
Replied the boy: "Doi
father-
Millions today
many in Egypt) don't ha\(
more to eat than the
of matzoh and man
Many people in o
day are still Iwaithu
ing of a Motes who
mankind out of the
bondage and despair
Passover bids us
our share in the han
of a better world. V.
yield to defeatism I
for that day whei I
will be 'b'seder.
Hebrew
"B'seder" is the
idiom fro OK It ca
that we pray that mai kind v.
reach the time whei
can get together foi
poses, in an atmosphere oi
and faith, and have ei
to eat and enough gallantry-.]
meet their God-given
bilities
A HAPPY HOLDAY
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MIAMI
633-9081
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L April 12. 1968
* tmfati HerMKam
Page 13-D
The Seder
A t Far-Flung\ \* i > \ i
Outposts
Continued from Paqe 5
...2 Jewish chaplains the world over
-h their efforts in arranging for the
oelivery, storage and refrigeration of
>uppliei. the preparation of special mess
j .-.ails, distribution of new utensils and
:ablc settings, and assignment of cooks
and K.P. squads. Organization of the
Seder is the job of the Jewish chaiplain
end. at points he cannot reach, of the
Jewish layman he has trained or of an
.understanding Christian chaplain.
In the United States, arrangements
it be made for nearly 600 military
installations and VA hospitals. Here, too.
_>;ics are crucial because of the many
small installations with limited num-
-. Pi of Jewish personnel serving under
K-ores of different commands.
overseas and stateside, the unique
- vo-Seder devised by JWB plays a dra-
matic role. These Passover boxes con-
.a:n matzoh. tefilte fish, chicken dinner
. :'h matzoh balls, chocolate candies, a
. ggadah and a Passover greeting.
They are designed for multiple uses:
ior the GIs in Vietnam unable to get to
the mass Sedorim in Saigon and Da-
nang: for personnel in the Korean bunk-
ers on the DMZ line; for Jewish seamen
whose ships will be at sea during Pass-
ier: N|lonetjiiMi*mMeihc iXW
. -TOe .radr cSm>l<*. f* patieHh -l iK
military- hospitals, for Jewish military
attaches attached to American diplo-
matic posts where there are no Jewish
communities; for Peace Corps personnel
deep in the hinterlands of developing
countries of Asia and Africa.
The mass Sedorim organized by Jew-
ish chaiplains in various parts of the
world are an established feature of
JWB's Operation Passover. Less well-
known are the community Sedorim in
:h* United States sponsored by syna-
gogues and Jewish Community Centers
to which servicemen and their families
are invited through the efforts of JWB
Armed Forces and Veterans Service
Committees.
Home hospitality, too. is part of this
-nz-e of the program. Especially heart-
warming are the efforts of local JWB
^oups in arranging Sedorim for long
term patients in VA hospitals, particu-
.rly where these are isolated from the
.n^nstream of Jewish lite.
The soIo-Sfder package is one of the
projects of JWB's Women's Organiza-
tions' Services, which enlists the support
o: nine national Jewish women's organi-
zations as well as the cooperation of
B'nai B'rith.
These women's groups go far beyond
(Continued On Page 15)
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Thi- is an impossible question
to answer Over an hors d'oeuire
It would take more like a case of
vodka
We were filled with myriad- of
impressions in the five days we
uere there. After all. it's another
life, another world
Stan and I wen especially \r.
terested in the Jewish situation
We ha'! heard conflicting reports
Some said Jews could not worship
at the synagogue and thai expres
sion of Jewish thought was sup-
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the ca>e. They thought Judaism
was dying out automatically be-
m- children v. ere not bein.
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