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Fontainebleau Hotel Is Wedding Scene
For Paulette Marks And Eric Lebowitz
The Fontainebleau Hotel was
the icme of the 8 p.m. weddim of
Paulette Harriet Marks an.l Krie
J. :.: \ Lebowitz Saturday, March
: I" rt Baumgard offi-
remony which
foil ption i:i tiii Fon-
I I' the hotel.
The [I i of Mr. ar I
11.1 :-.,. Marks, 5201 SW
the iat< d from South-
west Miami His and the
Univertit of Miami and now at-
tends the Univ* rsity of Marj
She was Silver Knight nominee
from Southwest for journalism.
president of Quill and Scroll, a
member of Phi Sigma Sigma and
many other organizations.
Her husband, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lebowitz.
2765 SW 30th Ct.. is also a gradu-
ate of Southwest High School and
the University of Miami. A Dade
County winner of the Silver Knight
for Art. he is presently attending
the University of Maryland School
of Dentistrv.
Werner-Kahn
ants. EtfC iffmtr UMWTI
Dr. Voinstein of Jerusalem
To Give Talk Apr. 22
The 21st anniversary of Israel's
lnde|>cndcnce will be marked at a
celebration Tuesday night. April
22. at the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern is spiritual leader of the
synagoeue.
For the occasion. Dr. Yaakov
Vainstein, chairman of the Relig-
ious City Council of Jerusalem, will
come to Miami to give an addn S3
Handwriting to be Analyzed
Mrs. Irving Solomon, president.
will conduct a meeting of the Tem-
ple Menorah Sisterhood at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday. April 16. in the
ti mpie'S social hall. Mrs. Sheldon
Lelchuk. program chairman, will
introduce Cnarlotte Lei be I. hand-
writing analyst, who will enter-
tain.
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For her wedding the new Mrs.
Lebowitz chose a floor-length
Bianci gown with attached train.
! encrusted with imported beading.
She carried a uouquet of white
roses and baby's breath. She was
attended by Mrs. Peter Sobcl. ma-
tron of honor, and bridesmaids
Nancy Lcavitt. Glcnda Held and
Karen Kawalcr. Joy Clein served
as flower girl; ringbcarer was
, Master Huey Moss.
Serving as best man was Jeffrey
i Marks; Dr. Peter Sobcl. William
Gray. Jan Kantor and Michael
Leone were ushers.
The couple will be at home in
Baltimore, Md., after their return
from a honeymoon in Canada.
Celia Kaplan Weds
Jerrold S. Leffel In
Saturday Nuptials
Rabbi Morris A. Skoo officiated
at the Dupont Pla/a Hotel cere-
monies uniting Celia Rose Kaplan
and Jerrold Sol Ix-ffel in holy mat-
imony at 7 p.m. Saturday. March
22. A reception and dinner at the
hotel followed.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kaplan. 1500 Bay Rd.. Mi-
ami Beach, the bride graduated
from Senn High School in Chicago.
III., and attended the University of
Miami. Her husband, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leffel of Indi-
anapolis. Ind.. is a graduate of
Purdue University, where he was
n member of Sigma Alpha Mu fra-
ernity.
For her wedding the bride wore
1 satin A-line floor-length' gown
with embroidered Alencon lace
trimming the neckline, sleeves.
hem. and bordering the detachable
chajH I train. Her headpiece was
handmade satin rosettes with Al-
encon lace leaves, embroidered
with crystal anil jiearls; the elbow-
length veil was of English silk illu-
sion, and she carried a prayerbook
overed with white lace, a flowing
cascade of white Cattelya orchids
| with a dt tachable corsage in the
center. Mrs. Howard Kaplan was
hei matron of honor and brides-
maids were Mrs. Kd Krulewitch.
Mrs. Lawrence Saxner. Martha
Kaplan and Joyce Kaplan.
The groom's brother, Don Leffel,
served as beat man; ushers were
Howard Kaplan, Jerry Glick. San-
dy Youkilis and Ed Krulewitch.
After a wedding trip to Puerto
Rico, the new Mr. and Mrs. Leffel
will make their home in Indianap-
olis. Ind.
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Barbara Abel Wed
To Robert Holzer
At Temple Judea
Rahhi Morris Unose of Temnlo
J"dea and Rabbi David T\icr>hnri
if Cocoa Beach officiated at the
TV mple Judea o n mony in il
Barbara Susan Ah* I and Robert
Holder jn marriage Saturday eve
rung, March 22.
Th. of Dr. and Mrs.
Ah. I of Coral the
bride is a triad tate t>l ibles
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity ot South Florida. Her hus-
band, the son of Mr. anil Mrs. Jo-
seph Holzer of Tampa, is a gradu-
ate of Plant High School in Tampa
and the University of South Flor-
ida. He is presently employed as
an accountant by Pan American
Airways.
Sandra Abel served as maid of
honor for her sister; Alice Mann
and Mrs. George Wan' were her
bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaid
was another sister of the bride.
Janet Abel.
The groom was attended by his
brother. Carl Holzer. who served
as best man; ushers were Andy
MRS. tOIKT HOlZtH
Fout. Ralph Mctcalf and Jack Mas.
riss.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony.
After a wedding trip to.PortugaI
the couple will make their home In
Cocoa Beach, w here Mrs. Hol/i r
will teach in the Brcvard County
school system.
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m*t. STEPHEN SINGtK
Gilda Abramonitz
Beauties Bride Of
Stephen Singer
In n double-ring ceremony at
Temple Beth Mosho Saturday eve-
ning. March 29. Gilda Ahramowitz.
Ihr daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel Abramowit/. 981 NK 157th Tor..
North Miami Beach, became the
bride of Stephen Singer, son of Mr.
ami Mrs. Sid Singer, 14710 S. Spur
Dr.. North Miami.
The bride wore a long-sleeved
candlelight satin gown with lace
trim and |>oarl heading. Her sister.
Fein Abramowit/. served iis maid
Ol honor; matron of honor it'll
Charlene Oberman. and Barbara
Adler. Ellen Singer and Sandy
Henning were bridesmaids.
Ralph Sansone served as l>est
nan for the groom, who will grad-
tate in August from the Univer-
sity of Miami with a degree In
vil engineering. Rene Rodriqui z,
Aaron Ahramowitz ami Kcuhcn
Holschauer ushered.
After a honeymoon trip to the
Pennsylvania's Poeono Mountains.
the newlywedi will reside in North
Miami
Sharon Halpern,
Jeffrey Seheehter
Repent Their Vows
Sharon R. Halnern, daughter of
Mr. arul Mas. Herman Halt^rn,
l Crespi Blvd., Miami Beach,
I came the bride ol Ji ffi ev M.
Sch< chter, th son ol Mi and Mrs.
Walti r Seheehter, 1 116 Lenox
Vve.. Miami B a< h, al the Algiers
Hotel S itttrda: March 29. Rabbi
11. i Lehrn n I rmed the s
.rA > 11 mom w hich w as t I'owc d
by a n o pt ion al the hotel.
The bride, who is an < l< m< tarj
school teacher in North Miami
Beach, graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High School and the
University of Miami. Her husband.
a graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School and the University of
Florida, is enrolled at the Univer-
sity of Miami and is employed by
Jordan Marsh.
Karen Ilalpern was matron of
honor for the bride, who was at-
tired in a gown of white satin and
carried a bouquet of white roses.
Her bridesmaids were Shirley
Dash. Carol Knne and Jerri Sue
Ft Idman. Stephen Seheehter was
best man: Peter Seheehter. Barry
llaloern. Ki nneth Shapiro and
Warner Kahn
MRS. iErrREi M. SCHECHTER
Steven Engel ushered.
After a honeymoon trip to Nas-
sau, the couple will make North
Miami their home.
GEOBGE SOI.L of Roslyn. NY.,
an attorney active in the civil lib-
erties field, has been appointed
chairman of the Commission on
j Law and Social Action of the
American Jewish Congress.
Linda Rabinowitz,
Stephen N. Zark
Plan July Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz,
2443 SW 20th SI mno ace the
H< nv "i of their daughter,
Mnd i i, Stephi n N Za< '.. the son
of Mrs. Harold Pi tluck, 200 N.
Hibii l" Miami i I ach, and
i k.
The t. who Graduated
Coral < ibli s ligh Schm I,
will thi
i > d! Florida In Gait
ville, u here : in Edu-
cation. A past secrearj ol Pan-
hellenic Council, she is a member
of D Ita Phi Epsilon, and an Alpha
Epsilon Pi Little Sister.
A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School, her fiance will
also be a June graduate of the
University of Florida, where ho has
been majoring in Political Science.
I A past president of Alpha Kpsilon
Pi, ho has been presidential aide
] to the Student Body president, and
| is now the Inter-fraternity Council
i president.
Rablii Irving I.ehrman will off-
iciate at the formal Temple Emanu-
I-! wedding July 26. after which the
MISS LINDA RABINOWITZ
couple plans to live in Gaincsx i'.l>
where Mrs. Zack will teach ele-
mentary school while her husband
attends the University of Florida
Law School.
GIDEON HAUSNER. Israels
former attorney general, has been
appointed chairman of the Yad
Vashem. the memorial foundation
: in Jerusalem for Jewish heroes and
martyrs of the Nazi era.
Marjorie Engaged To Edward Porter,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Gold-
St< in, 4711 Madison St.. Hollywood.
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Marjorie Roslyn, to Ed-
ward Bruce Porter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard L. Porter of Worces-
l( r, Mass.
A student at Miami-Dado Junior
College, from which she will grad-
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is a graduate of Hempstead High
School, Hempstead. L.I.. N.Y.. anil
attended Chamberlayne Junior
College in Boston, Mass She is the
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Smith and of TV m;>lo \Yr
Tamid President Charles Goldstein
and Mrs. Goldstein.
Her fiance, the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Kaplan and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Porter, is a grad-
uate of Cornwall Academy. Great
Barrington, Mass.. and is attending
Morris Harvey College in Charles-
ton. W.Va.
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 4, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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(Edition
T Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number '4

Florida
FriHcv, Atril 4,
OCf\
SIX SECTIONS
PR'CL $1
CJFWF Report Raps Level Of Care Of Aged
By Special Report
|m:\v YORK Reporting thai
le-third of all residents oi old -e
hies were found to have "mod-
|at'*ly advanced mental impa
knt, while an additional 29 per-
jit have severe mental impair-
_eni." a survey completed by the
feuiu il of Jewish Federation.* and
^elfarc Funds declares tii.it pro
Hams for the mentally unpaired
^Bf> ofti n poor.
Res lents of old
i i i i
t sistance. and a ith a sh i e
exp ctancy than was revealed
similar tu j made nine
[declared
The survej reaches the conclu-
sion that a number of homes for
the aged should offer ther resi
dents more convenient and com-
fortable surroundings. --Their pro-
i houl re perso
/'... formal," it -..
I lor the m i la .> im-
pain esidents. i Ihos recog
/i ~ mentally impaired, are
olten not as good as they should
bi Homes do not always give a le-
ion to, or apparently
recognize the larae proportion of
their residents with some degree
oi mental or emotional disorder
"Even in many so-called 'good'
I mes, progi ams or ]
; iif care of thi
oi mildh or moder-
ate j afflict) i. are relatively un-
leveli ped,' the survej states, add-
in "Psychiatric consultation to
homes may be Imperative if the
mental impairment is to be recog-
nized and properly handled." A
psychiatric < xamination and evalu-
ation to determine possible mental
impairment before admission of
Lool future, fie
survej -t.it--- t| mes
m ire and mi i ed
- n e the presenl and coming .
ei al ions ol the bi tter educa
more sophisticate I, sen ice oi ii
ed generations ol older pers
who have alrea Ij be jun to api
hi the scene. Such persons,'
Continued on Page ISA
U.S. PLAN OFfERS
Joint Control
Of Jerusalem
...e late PresjJjnt Dwight D. Eisenhower at
u meeting in 1945 when he received a
[delegation of the National Jewish We'iare
Boards Commission on JewuiagBtaaiolaincv.
Shown standing (from lef:) are: Chapldin
Henry level; the late R ibl i BaBBi tt B i
tiiman of the Chaplaincy Commission s
executive committee; Rabbi David de Sola
P^ol. chairman; Rabbi Lou:- Levitskv; Rabbi
Fhi'ip Bernstein; Rabbi Josep'i Loo':r. ein;
Rabbi Solomon Freehof, and Rabbi At.
Lev
Canadian Jewish Leaders I rge
15ill To Outlaw Hate Propaganda
WASH1 '. i \ A pn>|
ii Mould providi
l joi | control ol Jei ,~ den
[sra Ian has bet n put I
the I'nitedS I foi on-
\:ah
I .. Ii u
.-.. k.
'i ) lai hich was di si i il
lalUii I or tontal
i rather tl
dated among the
, i : the Soviet L'l
reparation
the 1.1 : Fo ii me< ting on the
I un-
til rw ay
In Jcrumdcm, meanwhile, the
Israeli < ahinel formally rejected
in udviincr any Hit Pour recom-
mendation n the Middle East
(hat conflicts with the nation's
\ it it 1 iiiten-siN. rights or security.
According to tin ts, the
\:i.. I icail SURROStiol I a
pro\ ision I I Jerusa
with s mentioi
olitK-al life ol
IOCS 111)l
\ States)
I lie planned Four tall
Ihc Middl as n port
veek to be tin i
fl spots"
position ii minin
lions as wtII as tcrmii inn
rai I's dcgrci cxibilitj
:
i, porti dlj i" lat subst
live talks it
a hi re tin I
: s.itions wi : -
.
Continued wr. Page 10-A
iTAV.'A iJTAi A Canadian
[wish Congress delegation, citing
grow inn ii cidi nee ol i acial and
ligious strife in North America
mi ni.ii i pai ts ni the world, has
i commit tee ol the < 'anadlan
nate to approve a bill that would
tlaw hate propaganda In Can-
bi The bill had been submitted
two sessions ol Parliament since
imt was m ver made law
ii as opposition to it In the
jnmittee on constitutional and
^ai affairs when the del at
'1 .lied.
iThr CJC di Ii gation said thai
Iti-Semitism in Canada was a
Ku ,i lie b it minor i roblem and
jaimi ii t hat Its di c'ine In 11
Mrs was attributable In large
to anti-hate Ii ..i-iati n
i by nine ol Canada's 10
ovine s. i'.m it citi tin ii Ii]
biflicti d that erupti d n c ntl> in
Iniiiain Ireland, the deterlorat-
\u Negro-white and Negro-Ji
Jationships in New York City,
ml situs ol "tin Inili nee'' in Can-
da as reasons why a strong m< as-
should be i nacted on a national
vel.
Saul Hayes, executive vice pres-
Jfd.-nt uf the cJC, warned thai
Uti< re was an imminently explosive
Mitiiiiiinn involving Negroes and
Indiai.s and that hate i ropaganda
ikss outlawed. would add Im I to
tin' i M ntual conflict.
An example of that kind <>f
I>r- | r.anit;i Was eontuilli-tl ill
anti-Semitic. iititi-Ncuro tif <-s
i i.i.eii for oommHtea aalmta
lit officials iii tin- Bell < .mail.i
telephone company. The tapes,
known as eode-a-phone men-
sages, can be dialed bj an> phone
user. I.i II ( aiiaila said it could
not refuse tin- servics to hate-
mongers unless there was a law
outlawing th' dissemination !
such propaganda,
< >tie mi ml 11 ol the committee,
-; i vi I Wnl :i r, s iggt st d that
thi i r.....- il bill was oppn ss
| : n natioi i' chaii it
>| me CJC-B'nni B'rith community
. latii ms c nn ittce, said the lull
Im i numi i> safeguards to as-
sure i i.i dom ol expn ssion.
! i r Inted matter. '
Proi im ial t iovi rnmi nl has in, n
ii ;i d to lake action to combat
!:,ii prbpa anda an I the actix itii s
i fascist and neo-Nazi parties in
the province whose aim is to pro-
11 ite discrimination. The action
,s as urgi t .11 a bi i< i submit ted
b> the I 'niti d Council for 11 iman
. .:. Itais, Quebec
3olicitor-G< m i al.
The briel n commondi I mi as-
ires to i disci imination in
; .hi. ho ising, public pi i
ind in othei fields It said, reRard
inr hate propa inda, i hat ii is in-
Ci i\ a!.I I Qui he Goi
Continued on Paqe 15-A
AIR STRIKES EFFECTIVE
Report No Shortage Of
Matzoh For Soviet Jews
WASHINGTON iJTAi \boul Moscow, Novosti corresp
90 tons of matzoh had been baked Samuil Rozh ;:
Moscow a fortnight befon i i ai ations Hi
in
Passi /ei nd pn |>aral ioi s made
atzoh di livi ry to the homes
of invalids and ih<- elderly, the
.-'..\ i, i Novosti in i -- i .- re-
: this week in '
madi a\ ailabli by the So\ ii i
In a i abl from
Terrorist Casualties Arc Rising
qui '
Mikhailo\ i. h, chaii .nan of
:!'iiiilt;., as St
a ll-cquip| ed bak-
ol our own. It eai proiiuc
h mat. oh as m ci ssai
yi ai wc stai ti ii to lk ai
January so as to a\ iiii
I ion. As a 11 si.p. Ihel .i
oi people wail in foi mat
Mat 'oh wi'l I* >m in unlin I
quantities not only to sj i
Continued on Pape 12-A
TEL AVIV iJTAi Israeli
military sources said tins week
that El Fatah and other terrorist
hands were suffering 80-90 pen nl
casualties in their sorties against
Israel, but guerrilla attacks from
across the border are likely to con-
tinue even though the terrorists
must realize they an- futile. The
sources said the casualty figures
include guerrillas killed, wounded
and captured. Israel's new taclie
of air strikis against terrorist
1 as, s, they said, has created chaos
at the organisational level, which
hampered large scale commando
operations.
A military spokesman said that
seven Katyusha rockets were fired
into Beisan township from across
the River but caused no casualties
or damage.
Fifteen mortar shells were fired
ai an Israi li unii south of Kuneitra
in the Golan Heights without in-
flicting casualties or damage. The
shells came from across the Israel-
Syrian cease-lire line in an area
un.ier control of the Syrian Army.
a military spokesman said. It was
the first meid. iii there since six
marauders were killed by an Is
raeli Army unii a mouth ago.
A guerrilla organization warned
in Amman thai it would strike at
Israeli commercial aircraft and
shipping. The Popular Front for
the Liberation ol Palestine, which
claimed credit foi attacks on El Al
airliners in Athens and Zurich In
recent months, warned "those
I tourists who use enemy airlines
| and ships'' that they "will be the
obji eis ol our attacks."
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Israel Denies Report Of Meeting
Held With Jordan's King Hu
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JKRl SALEM UTA i The Israel
i and Kol Israi I
; .. tii nil 'I m '' simpci and
pri eports I hal Foreign
Mil isi 1)1 .i Knar and I leput.v
! Yigal A lion held separate
h with King Ilussein ol
.i..i lai '>' nl niimttts.
It v Iso ri poi ii 'I i hat a third
Soviet Policy Shifi
On Emigration !s
Expected By Allon
JKRl SALEM iJTA i Deputy
Prime Minister Yigal Allon pre-
dicted re (his week thai the So-
viei I'non would change its policj
i rgat I i he emigration i il Soa lei
Jews t- -i ise the Jewish questioi
there was still unsolved and was
i.....minf a problem for the So vie!
iril es themselves.
Mr. Ion, iio holds the port -
ol Minister >>f Immigration
and Absorption, made his forecast
n. the .nurse <>f a report to the
Knesset on anticipated immigra-
tion thii year.
He si d 35,000 newcomers an
expecti of which 12,000 would
come from Europe, 6,500 from
North Amelias, 13.200 from Asia
and Afi :i and the real from Latin
Amerii. Australia and New Zea-
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i lussein had met.
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El-'" SON
IACCB 1 I?:'."-'.'' '."
I -.- 1 t a t .'--' r
I -
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The Need For Redemption
Is Still With Us Today
do upon itseS j = .-.-..-.;
WkQa ofbei iesbvoea ~r ;.=.- ded-rrted :o
_ e roT-i^-v-i a ~h*?z~j7z. z^.i *~~~ ^7r_:*v
?^j*^T^" ^-j" B Got ~or step _-. Bm
" '" -:~ rr. -zjt Jew_ah r^otion z- erez' ~.~
r :a y.:-z~z srer-r^. oaad ---70s* sprrr.-. -
-vr^^i -.: years =---- rrxr- -r around the
T:-'.,-:. cov-r-iess per>ocs or or.s.s a." re-
:eoed ;rjs*ar_res of persecutiOr. cr_r coecipta
1- geaoc.ie v.e --..-. .- :e.e:xat.on Pass.
--er has crrer. v.e 7-.._-age end -ope not only
:-..- *~-r.7-. bat ior _-- digTury o: natioQci free-
dom, i a L-.-i ror-cep* ar.a yearninc lor nc-
vry:: ex_rer.ce tier has g:ve*_ r_e to our
rac.'.c.-.'r. oaacm In o~r brethren wherever
*y may oe
L-. our own day. the plight oi our less lag-
_nate corelicjonisu in other kind* ho* united
American Jewry in erioru aimed at ottering
-'end end morel support for those who
.eed it.
In many countries in the Arab world, the
rrr.r.onts of cr.ce-flounshing Jewish comr.u.-..-
- es have oeer. reduced to fear and despair
feat ccad deepc_ff for their very lives. /,-._-.
- any need as hostages and scapegoats, ai-
red -.; freedom 2nd possessions a
- ': -.- Hebrews -. \-.e Exodus the
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Slavery In Our Day
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Let All Who Are Hungry'
Leon Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami
//ish Federation, and Robert Russell general
chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund, have called on all Jews
.a our community to join in the spirit of the
Passover season by redeeming their pledges
to that those less fortunate may share in the
oy of the holiday.
Those who contribute to the variety of
causes thai are represented in the contribu-
..ons to the Combined Jewish App_al and the
Israel Emergency Fund are living up to the
.'.ighest ideals of freedom celebrated on Pass-
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over by meiring freedom possible for hundreds
of thousands of Jews throug.iout the world
who are scil enslcved by poverty. tear rrrvS
tne r^r-t to practice '^e^ religion.
By redeeming hj pledge to the current CJA-
IEF drive, each contributor is. in a sense rehv-
..-jg the miracle of the redemption of his people
rrcrr. 1 lire of bondage and is turning a his-
toricd lded into a current reality.
In supporting the CJA-IEF drive, each one
of us can bring to hie the classic declaration
recited in the Hagjadah "Let all who are
hungry, came and eat."
Fighter Against Bigotry
't.-.iie the late Dw.ght D. Eisenhower txn
made his indelible merle on the pages of his-
tory for his achievements in leading the milv
in E-irope in die Socond World
'.''-: and :o: his :&' >rd rs the 24h Pros.dent
United Si knly re-
red by | the world for
bis role as the Liberator -J: Buchenwold
tot v..s s'eu^ia;: oppoKindn -o bigotry o: any
K..-.C.
Kis profor-nd fee!.-73 about die Buffering
of European \vt
war ten Gen. E a
'" an] iga rvec:. 5^ d
thai "cnxy c rS I have, the
U of savagery re-
the uted of
d for mc;eria]
At that time, he descrioed ihe UJA crrr.-
pcagn is "a demc.-. 1 o: men united in
an example
ted zed
I use ihbn --d
-- ra Ofl ?:
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;-' -'.' -' rais-
th Status of Jews in Russia.
President Eisenhower told the Soviet Prime
Minister of the concern that had been express-
ed to him by reprssentatives of the Jewish
people in the Soviet Unicn.
On many occas.ons. American Jewish
aroup3 joined in voic'ng their acpreciation for
Eisenhower's human tarian efforts. In 1960. he
was honored by the Jewish Theologicd Semin-
ary of America and the same year the first
"Judaism and Peace" Award of the Synagogue
Council of America was presented to President
Eisenhower at the White House.
In the annals of the historic and continuing
struggle against bigotry and persecution. Presi-
dent Eisenhower will rank with the world's
great leaders.
^lljffer of J-*ei ly:
JOSEPH ALSGP
AISOP I
A First Strike?
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p. rt '' '-- u 1 %..<. v. -
to c-art*nd that a 1
.-^;w::;t> csjjd ne\-nr be
by either the I
StatM or R'3-.a beca'^se a fesr-
ful cvj.nterstnke coukl r^-.-r i-
vertad.
But Packar-i 'lo*^ not shar
the brffiteat MeNsara*s rughr>-
questionable con\irtion that So-
wt marshals most use eornfmt<*rs
mean ac-eptabi*> damans
TUM-tl>- as he -toes Hence Pack-
art j>*h**1 th* Soviet aim not by
theor* tica; cakrj ations but b>-
tV hartr ^iilence ol Sovj- I
tions to date.
Sovirl AfliMs
The troubling feature of 8evtet
actions tu "ate is the very heavy
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capa-
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'.--" aiT.-- n jl >*ar-pr,A*r
and extn m tpaedj SSN attn -.
s-b.-r^nr* These ar * to th* wg existir.e Smiet sj*>-
manne f.eet. r.'-imui'i'wwt abo-.-
200. at the rate of at leaM
a month.
1 lor Polaris fleet nurrbpr? -
41. of whurh no more than 30 car
be continuously at sea. Ir. a few
years a situation can too -a-.y
artse in which each of our Potans
submarines will be contirro'jusjy
shadow^t try one of more Soviet
SSN ubrasrtasa if this happer.s
of course the Polaris fleet wii:
be largely neutralized.
Oddly enough, the second of th?
taatiaaea oa Pace 1S-A
^ o m m ,- n t fry/
EDWARD COHEN
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Jewish Education
' rt ting so thai


I to J
Protestanl
iti

SSJ II
in a
r of nays b it foi
ent I u., t at the k ast

ited comnutrtHnt to Ju-
m.
What continues to puzzle me.
as much as I read about it. is
what paths to take: high, low
middle? Rabbi Allen Rutchik.
who has written extensively on
th.' subject, states that "The pri-
mary goals of Jewish education
are to develop a sense of com-
mitment to J.-wish life and to
mold the character of children so
that thoy may know, love and
choose an ethical manner of liv-
1
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'in was an I

. levant : 1
all time."
A young Vale map at the Rab-
binical Assembly, ajso ipeaking
on Jewish education, lui^bt. havt-
:" ferrfng to s ich attitud. -
; regard 2.000-year-old "Im-
mutable" dix'isions as "relevant '
for oiir time, when he challenged
th* lal.lus to take the Jewish x
pertenee out of the classrooms
and relate their lessons to th.
world of today. His idea of com-
mitment to Judaism obvious!>
not the same as those who would
commit themselves to a Mbttcal
and Talmudic past without con-
cern for the presentor. as we
Continued on Pag* ISA


Friday, April 4. 1969
* rt ,?# tfff-irS/-^':^hiri
Paqe 5 \
On-the-Job training of young physicians
goes on around the clock at Mount Sinai's
Orcvitz Emergency Room. Here Sam Gart-
ner, executive director, speaks with intern.
Dr. Robert Zieburtz and nurses' supervisor,
Martha Pike as they check newly admitted
patient.
Teaching Is Stressed At Mt. Sinai
I' .idiot- of th- healing arts is
Hi. [iunary function of the motl-
i in hospital. Hand in hnnd. in
varying degrees depending on the
institution, goes medical research.
Vi I thirt is another aspect to
the work of the far-sighted, pro-
; ressive hospital, just as important
although, often taken for granted.
That u- its role as teacher, in the
itih/aliun of its staff and facilities
to train new young physicians.
That Mount Sinai of Greater
Miami is dedicated to the pnnci-
of a teaching hospital was
. i .im.-ciI recently when its ex-
oiitive Met' president, Samuel
I rtner; was Invited to Join the
ting faculty of the SchooJ of
licine of the prestigious Mount
li Hospital of New York, The
sppoMment was made by the lat-
1< r's director. Dr. Mai tin R, Stcin-
r:.
With lii< apeeptanci Mr G rt-
lulus th' schools Department
-t Vdndnistrative Medicine,
r. part in li;'' education ol
lical stash nts as to thi ir re-
sibiliU" s .-!-; intei ns r< sidi nts
: How i hospil iIs.
sider this api I enl not
il h< nor for
il
' '' i Sinai's ai tiii mi i I
Xe ha be-
is goes har I ii hand with
tienl can and have strived
a 'living laboratory' for
who ti sin hi
He said the hospil il si cks !>
sphi 11 ol total in-
ohemi nl for the B6 n sidi ts and
morns who annually servi on its
stafl a number which has
bled in the last ten
... ai
"Mount Sinai operati 13 clinics
1 [h Its out-patient depart-
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only to those who cannot afford a
'it.- physician." he explained
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:" on paying patients.
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those who train here with far
greater opportunities for learning
and working than they might re-
ceive elsewhere," he added, and
they gain still further experience
by our policy of having them staff
the emergency room on a 24-hour-
n-day basis."
Supervision of the teaching pro-
gram falls under the jurisdiction of
Mount Sinai's chiefs of medical
services and all department heads
and attending physicians partici-
pate, They in turn, benefit from
the continuing schedule of \<^\-
graduate seminars organized by
the medical Staff, which are made
available to din-tors throughout
the community.
In addition, the hospital
ducts an ii ti nsjve program ul in-
service training for all its stafl
n mbers I erates a natioi
I;. accredit! d School of Practical
N rsing, one ol only seven in the
entire country.
While Mount Sinai's growtl
i i i : ii >titittion has b en 111
ii!, Mr i". rtnei looks foi
ici on as ;'- S2l mil-
' xpansioi
way. A major coni[>oncnt of the
proposed medical center will be a
building to house Miami-Darte Jun-
ior College's Paramedical Educa-
tion program.
"This is the first instance in the
entire United States where a vol-
unteer, non-profit hospital will be
providing a facility for a public
institution of higher learning." he
said. "It will cost us more than
S'."> million, but the opportunities
for education and on-the-job
naming of hundreds of technicians,
medical secretaries and nurses
will be well worth it."
In addition, he pointed to the
proposed S14 million Maritx I Hlum
Nuclear Medical Research Build-
ii g Which will Im- stalled by what
he calls "physician-scientists."
"It will h ve the person) i and
facilitii Im I: ue application of
ii .il n si arch, nttli. ing the very
at st developim '.is and i> c iniq u -
in .i tienl care," he said.
s of learning will r>
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NISAN 19, 5728 April 17, 1968
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Friday, April 4 '.969
Rcbbi Joseph Narot spiritual
:er ct Temple Israel of
G: ;:-: Miami holds a rej
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Friday, April 4, 1969
+Jen iit Fhrtdficun
i^oqe 7-A
bi Mayer Abramowilz, spiritual le
emple Menorch. hails the results ol the
wide affair eve: held
:he Grealer Miami lev
Combined Jewish Aopeal-Is-
Dmergency Fund campcign. The Tem-
ple Mencrah Tribu'e to Israel Dimei raised
S274.85Q for the twin ccmpaicn. Shewn
" 0 fU( : N [1 "; .:
! raeli Ai: Fore? Attache, Washington; *
Yarom: Rabbi Abramowitz; Mrs. Larry H
man and Mr. Heyman.
8275,000 liaised I or CJ.A
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. behalf ol the
Miami Jowisl F< I i
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i Josc| Mansb h. Irving
1 lei rj L Ichuk, Robei I S
Jei i > Sussman, foi In ii
iii'.; leadership to the
the Stati "i Israel.
Ii immentin ibo t the sue-
ci-xs ol this affaii Rabbi Abramo-
v\ it,- nn I Mi Rosi n said rhere
..... ;i time when the
i i ip|K>i i ol the Jew i^ii | i
was in onti r ti
.i \ i\ al nl [sr lei."
I. i". Ii. genei .il
twin ilri\ s, said
li mple Menorah has sel .i m
solidar-
H "I the (": i ii. r Miami Jew ish
It ; nt I
will follow
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Friday. April 4. 1989
Burton I. Koffman Is Chairman
Of Hebrew Academy Dedication
other Jewish and non-sectariar serving of this great testimonia' ti
causes in Greater Miami. Balti- their community uartici ;>,-,
more, throughout the United States particularly in the field ol .
and in Israel. They are richly emy
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Miami Beach Vr.'w rsity which ''
ss and is a fa
or S nday of the Das id I iurion Hieh
: I Sde Boker. and a na-
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Id Iirnl ti,. m BJ and
NPD congi
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lettei to th< \ lii d riimander
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t: movement. He said h<- hoped
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ens.
Rabi Mayi r Abramowitz, apir-
oi T- mple Menorah,
iil offer a special prayer. Mr.
n has ii n president for s \ -
eral > ars of th< Miami B< i
lie and recently was pre-
I the national Community
Servici Award of the Jewish Th
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Others uho will take part in the
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the student body which .-
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Fridov, April 4, 1953
U.S. Plan Provides
For Joint Control
tend the* ha. beer, no .hifl o. nowledge existen,.....I a Soviet State. wmM totejnM
basic United States polic, on th. proposal foi a phased tor. I with- a to*
Mid the Nixon A,- drawal from the Suez CanaJ poai.....he canal bmie from ol
pgwafcllieirach tions as a first atepbut the Ui
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Murder Charges
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kvhili in n letai
talks i-
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HE IS FOR:
KEEPIMG CORAl GABIES A RESIDEN-
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SOLVING WATER AND AIR POLLUTION
PROBLEMS.
BUSINESS FRINCIPLES IN CITY GOVERN-
MENT.
ADEQUATE HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL
FACILITIES.
GOVERNMENT BY CONSENT AND NOT
DECREE.
SETTING ASIDE SUITABLE LAND IN
COOPERATION WITH DADE COUNiY
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION TO
ASSURE ADEQUATE NEW PUBLIC
SCHOOLS.
BOB KNIGHT HAS LIVID IN OR AD-
JACENT TO CORAl GABIES FOR 47
YEARS AND HAS MEN A PROPERTY
OWNER IN THE CITY FOR 13 YEARS.
ROBERT (BOB) B. KNIGHT
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Friday, April 4. 1969
* if h i*t inn/tun *
Paqe 11
Slicpard Broad To 15c Honored
AI Independence Day Bond Fete
Shi |ianl Broad, nationally prom-
I lilanthropiHt, civic leader
;iinl .. .1 ol Baj 1 l.ii bor Islands,
. ini. isti r's M to l' con-
him ,ii the State ol
21 si Anni i ii I nek pen-
ilci : evening,
_'.. the \< ol I- ael's anni-
-.. rsary. The dinner will in the
' l illroom of the Fontaine-
I. au Hoti I.
Announo m< nt "i Ihe award i">
I v uli simultam o i
i, < 'onsul ; neral
I i. for S< mthi i ii l United
' u n Kah in, pxpc i-
.i| t he [si ael H
nil wl dinner will ho
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who is I one i I
In-ei ii i-ti il for this
' hoi oi si: | aid Broad has
' time "i < i\ici 'in be-
Isi ael."
: I attorney
:.'i founder ol the
II.ii bor [stands and
ii for more than 20 years,
il handful >>i Amerii
.,:!- u ho u re calli 'I lo-
I'j l' i n-Gurion at a
i-tini ii 1943, to
Holiday (i
To Our Friends
"i [srai I.
The meeting, known as the "Son-
m born Institute." held al the home
ol Rudoll (; >oi n in Ni ;
Yoi k, was lati. Ii rmetl bj i;. i I
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' State ol Israel.
11 u
*< i-i n.r im i| in pro- id support
"" the !l.i. ,i r [srai I's undi i -
which later bi
Ihi Ism |j f> i, nse Forces Mi
i i in the small i oterie !
lows who v n iven the
' -'" "i proxidinc arrm
' I : i '' Israeli r>*-
Poici s in ih struj ;le fur
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P=qe 12-A
Friday, April 4.
_Ao Shortage
Of Matzoh
For Russians
Continued From P*g 1-A
embers but to all who wish to
. it. the report said. Mr. Mik-
ilovitch said that a seder had
bc-en arratiRtd on the fii-st day of
Passover for tn ee who have
families. He also said that "relig-
II Jews will be supplied with
kosher meat fullv In keeping with
i law of religion."
The report said the Central Syn-
agogue was assuming a festive
pearance and that ..(XK) were
expected to celebrate Passover
services.
A rehearsal of Passover songs
by a chorus led by Cantor David
Shteinberg was described.
Novosti also told of visits to syna-
gogues in Maryina Roshcha. Cher-
kizovo and Malakhovka. where
Jewish communities prepared for
Passo\rr.
Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin. Chief
Rabbi of Moscow, told Novosti.
'We must redouble our common
(fforts for international friendship,
for world peace." The Novosti cor-
respondent said. The heads of all i
the Moscow synagogues asked me
to convey congratulations and best
wishes to their brethren in faith
abroad."
Also |)
exceedingly worrying Ideas.
Counttrforr?
ut. men, In order to neutral t
1. asl part ol the t xinti
Scholarships For Arabs
NEW YORK The 13th
I uaJ Judah L. Magnes Scholar-
i at the Hebrew University in
isalem have been awarded to
aell Arabs Yonas Abu-
iya, 21, ol the Abu Rabiya
lin tribe, and Habib-AUah
lamad, 31, a Nazareth.
Continued from Page 4-A
Soviets' counterforce wi ap i -
appears to be their equivalent of
the Polaris the submarines >>i
the Yankee type, also nuclear-
powei d and carrying a nuclear
ballistic missile with a range of
about 1.500 miles. The evidence
indicates thai tin.-..' submarines
of the Yankee type, which are
also being produced al a high
rate, are mainly designed t frus-
trate the FOBS early wan
system that now protects
B-52 bast s.
Ihreal To B-52s
They could do this by throwing
their missiles from fairly close
inshore say 500 miles. A sud-
den, simultaneous attack of this
sort, aimed at the B-52 bases,
would knock out all B-52S not
on airborne alert. Thus FOBS
would become near-useless.
Finally, the very large and con-
tinuously growing Soviet panoply
of intercontinental ballistic mis-
siles, all nowadays in hardened
silos, also has a strong and grow-
ing counterforce eom|x>ncnt. in-
cluding the SS-9 missiles. There
are already 200 of these outsize
ICBMs. carrying triple warheads
with a total power of around 25
megatons.
The SS-9s are quite clearly de-
signed to destroy our Minuteman
missiles, which they are strong
enough to do. At the present
rate of deployment, the Soviets
will have one SS-9 warhead per
Minuteman in two or three y ars
Overall, by 1975, they will have
an array of all three of their
counterforce weapons quit'- pow-
erful mough to give them some
N ir is thai the < nd of the story.
No countei force weapons can b
100 percent ff< cth B-52s Bfl
air orm a'i rl will alwa1 s escape.
A few Polarises and Minutemen
will alwa..'* escape, too, however
compli te the surprisi But a
defensive system, Ineffective
against a heavy and multi; le at-
tack, can be made high] effec-
tive by greatly lightening the
wi ight f the attack.
The counterforce w< apons, in
short, are el arly designed to
work i" conjunction with the So-
viet def nsivi W< apons. These are
the vast anti-air defense system
plus the n. w ABM system that
the Sovi< ts are now ii< ploying.
\^ to Soviet nn as' r m sits of
acceptable damagi after a first
strike, it is well to remember
Robert Conquest's unchallenged
computations. According to Con-
quest, in peacetime, in the purges
of the ','iOs, Stalin directly or in-
directly murdered 20 million per-
sons, or rather more than one-
ti nth ol the Russian population.
it cat b> seen, then, why Pack-
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Friday. April 4, 1989
lt*i*t nirMitr
Leaders of the Cub~n Hebrew community
in Greet;r Miami discussing effective means
cf reaching every family for the 1969 Com-
bined Jewish Appsal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Shown (from left) are: Miguel
Brazlawcky, vice chairman. Cuban Hebrew
Committee. JA-IEF; Rabbi Dov Rozencwaig,
spiritual leader of Cuban-Hebrew Congrega-
tion, Dr. Bernardo Benes. president. Cuban-
Hebrew Congregation; Samuel Galfond,
president. Cuban-David Bliss Branch Far-
band; and Dr. Gidalio Feldenkreis. chair-
man. Cub-n Hebrew Comm.ttee. 1969 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, Israel Emergency
Fund.
Bill To Safeguard Houses Of Worship Introduced In House
WASHINGTON UTA> A bill York Domixiat.
t> improve Federal protection of
Synagogue* and other houses of
norship that are the targets of
arsonists was introduced this week
in the House ot Representatives by
R-p. Benjamin s Rostnthal, New
The legislation would "close the
gap among state laws ami between
Federal and state law in those in-
stances where states have weak or
ineffective protection for houses of
worship victimized by arsonists."
I he said.
The present law makes it a Fed-
eral crime to use explosives to de-
i stroy a nouse oi worship, but some
| states nave no laws covering cer-
1 tain categories of arson.
1
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row. from left,: Michael M. Schechter. Jew-
ish War Veterans Commander of the Depart-
ment of Florida; Rabbi Alfred Woman of
Terr.cle Zion; Harrv Harrison cf the Surfside-
HaTry H. Cchen Post 723. JWV; and Hei
Sokolcw, chairman of the Ch::.ie-! Com: tee
cf t.ie Department cf Florida S -..
(from left, are: Jack Herman, past comm
er of the department; and Dan el Me rl H
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Italian Writer Raps
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trrme left-wing parties 'Are we
in thi presenci ol S< mi-
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
//ol Hamoed Pesach
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Clod dea's with human
Thi love and mer >
the source and tli
11 id's ways ..... now pi limed to M i
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'ii Imenl ol the Passovei and the rating of unleavoi
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MIAMI
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t~- I- M TEMPLE 59M N Kefl
r. s Mil
Baumgard Cantor Michael
3

Er'M DAVID 2*?6 SW 3ra >,.
or i-'vatlve. f.abbi Sol Landau.
ml //ilium W L pun. 4
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BETH EL 500 SW 17th *ve. Ortno-
:- Rii.ni Solomon Schiff 5
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EETM KOOESM ltd SW 12th Ave.
'.'ofl'-n Traditiona1 Rabbi Max
.nap.ro Cantor Bn Oickaon. 6
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I mi T> 11- I I
I" .. m M- or.n il .-. i. .-. in..i
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EETM TOV (TEMPLEl. 6418 SW
Mh St Conservative Rabbi Simon
Apr.i Cantor Seymour Hmkn 8
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NAI 5M0LOM 'TEMPLE 275 NW
Hth s- Conaervat v- Rabbi Abra-
ham C..!. 9
ISRAEL .TEMPLE, Ol- GREATER
viami -37 NE I9t>. St Relorn,
Rabbi Joieph R Narot io
I p m III Hi
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ISRAELITE CENTER 117', SW 25th
(.orirrvativf Rabb Avrom L
Drann Cantor Nathan Parna. 11
P.H I :. iii
m in. I r. i.. i iii tf
Ihi Hai ..-.ni,,! i i, ,
CANDLEUGHflNG TIME
16 NISAN 6:20
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SINAI .TEVRLE of NORTH DAOE
T-rnoo-,a- office, 18S01 NE 22nd Ave
"f'o'i'i Rabb. Ralph Kln(jly 37
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MINVONAIRES ^VN^COGLE
E id Rd. Modern Traditional
OP OLOM (TEMPLE I7M SA
C nsorvative Rabb pn Gim-
man Cantor Brtam.n B-n Ar. 12
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TIFERETM ISRAEL 500 N M am,
Ave Coniervative Rabbi Ralph
Carmi 14
TIFERETM JACOB iTEMPLE, 951
E 4th Ave.. Hialeah Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein 15
T 1 1.. S.i 111 I j
IWKHOVKJI Til.-.I.i'. 7 p.m '.'. ...I-
!..;. .. in b i.i p.m Tl ui
.1 in and l" 10 .. m Vlskoi
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 M.ller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wa-
man. 16
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MIAMI BEACH
ACUDATH ISRAEl n01 Carlyle Ave.
Orthdox. Rabb. Isaac Ever 17

BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St Orthodox.
Rabb. Berel Wein. 18
o
BETM JACOB J01 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb. Shmaryahu T Swir.
shy Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19

BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
j*'frton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
D.ivid Ra.il. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20

BETM SHOLOM ITEMPLEi. 4144
Chase A < Liberal Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETM TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave Ortho-
dox Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky 22
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
vVa*hington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosenr.waig. 23

EMANU-EL (TEMPLEi. 170' Wash-
ington Ave Conservator Rabbi
Irving Lehrrr.an Assistant Rahbi
Danlal E Kirshblum. Cantor Zvi
Adler. 24
I
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Hummel Prlilnj c i p m Bn i ui
' .- run n The w..ku port inn
' IMWi Itar Mllivah (lui
1 !' 1..........1 Mi and Mr- |i 1
H' ". 11. it: Mm......n ..1 ,r,, || .1
ainl ll. in r*reltu Junlm I'onitrexTH-
tlon Rvrvicv> l" ::.. .. m In A--, nil.h
Mull
Orthndox. Rabbi Titor H St"n
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26

KNESETm ISRAEL '' Co lid v
lodox Rablj. Oavid Lhr-
Cantor a 1 Sr '
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Conserv 11 .- Ral M "" '
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NFRTAMIDiTEMPLE boi
Tatum Waterway. C
Fugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Ki- n 29
EMANL-EL 1801 S Andrews .'
Reform Rabbi Richard M. Lev I
Cantor Jerome Klement. J
HAILANDAIE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CES'E-'
'.'o N E First *v-
I'ASHoVKn .
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OHEV SHALOM 7055. Bonita Dr
Orthodox Rabbi Pnmeas Webei
man 30
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SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A Ben.
H.llel. 32
K-iiurda) i Id am Sermon Kpprn-
lam-i Thi Konii nl Pa
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Sermon: Tlu- Bona .11 ih. I'm But
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH

ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLEi 1025
N E. Miami Gardens Drive Con-
servative Rabbi Milton Schl.naky.
Cantor Tibor Moses 33
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Tl ither [tons Tl ui -
da) R 1 :. m .1 ud jiitlii in Si moii
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BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schita. Cantor Jacob Render 34
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>OLM". ISRAEL OF GREATER
MiAiVi MO NE "1st St Orthodox
ar>h. Naftali Porush ;o'

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HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pmetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1S32 Washington Ave.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dix.e Hwy Conservative
Rabin David Rosenfeld C.intor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
Krlilaj 1 3ii |. in s.iiui .1 ... 1 ,,,
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Mlm ha S 1. m Thui wla) r m
Si rmi.li Iti 111. ml.. 1 || ., 1 .1
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B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 1S3rd St
Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
13 p in BatBrdbi) t n ana
p in
I'ASSi.VKI: M.....I:n 8:4R m Tue.
' > I no and t:30 p m \Vednaa-
l.i.v : in i.n.l n '" m. Thursday
8 a.m. and 1u:::d m fhtkor MlncSa
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HOLIYWOOD
BETH EL TEMPLE S 14th a.-
Rrform R.iht,, Simu.i Jaffe.
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BfTH SI-ALOM iTEMPLE IT2S
Monroe St Conservative Rab!
Morton Maiavsky. Cantor Irymj
Gold. a,
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Johnson Si
Conservative Rabbi David Shac -
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 4*
C0BAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
BivJ Reform. Rabbi Morns K.p-
"tr 40
PAKSOVKK \\..In...I.,v 1,1. in
PiiHMit er Memm :.ii Bei \,. -
ZAMORA (TEMPLEi. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservat ve Rabbi Maxwell Berger
41
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FT. LAUDER0ALE
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ISRAEL (TEMPLEI. 547 E
and Park Blvd. Rabbi Sneidon
Jrds Cantor Theodore Mmd.ch
42
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MIRAMAX
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3M0 SW Wt"
Way Conservative
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM 1TEMPLE1 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative Rabb. Morns A Skoc
Cantor Michael Frederick "
l p in Pnmll) s.-n 1.'. u
. hlkln 11 s. 'It nui Voutl
1 1 Ti 1 Hornatliina S
SUtfSlOE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox Rabbi Isaac D Vine
SO
Krlilni 1, 1 |, n, Haturd i>
PASS' .\ Ki: I ,1. ..I ....
v : .. 1,1 .,.,.1 6:11(1 in Tl u
' 11 Hi i| i/i,..i M. 111..1 il .-'. r\ 1.
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rZabbinical Jelevision rro$
rant*
Mrtl B h I '; Jewish Worship H
Ii si Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Beth l-1 Congrc
Xpiil ii Ch. 7 10 a in. rhe Still Sum;, Voice
Host: Rabbi Joseph R Narot,
Temple Israel ol Gn ater Miami
Guests: Rabbi Mark Tanenbnum, Sal mal Direct
ol In'. Kellgioua Affairs ol the Amtricu
Jewish Convmitta
April h Ch. -'. 10 to 11 in... Man to Man
Topic: Motulit) and fe IPre-taped due to Passover HoUda><
Moderator: Rev Uither C Pleree
Part.'cipants: Hahbi lamuel /.. Jaffe.
Teaipic Bttk ki ui li..li> -o

Friday, April 4, 1969
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Hie United National and the neo-
Na/i Quy de la Riviere group which
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uithoul the least trouble mislead
I: p.filiation of Quebec through
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LONDON utai The organ
ii! the Czechoslovak Writers I'nion ,
said in an editorial this week that
Israel must win any new war with
the Arahs to avoid a super-pogrom,
"because the Arabs do not take
prisoners and the Israelis have no-
where to retreat."
The editorial in "Lists" signed
by Peter Chudozilov, said. "The
Jews do not want war hut if it
Comes about, they must not fail to
win. Think of this during the iv \t
few days, at I. ast for a moment.
"It may he well to remind you
thai Jews have been systematically
murdered over the last two thou-
sand years," Mr. Chudozilov wrote.
' Not many among us know that
most of the immigrants to this
' new J. wish state rame earlier in
the century from Poland and Kus-
tia because these countries were
the scenes ol the most fearful and
comprehensive pogroms, To this
very day. wrecks can be seen along
the coast of lsra> I ol ships sunk bj
the British although they were
packed with Jews in flight from
Hitlers hi II." he declared.
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hi ar from I ho fu-
1 re, eithi r.
l have no overwhi Iming faith
- just i- eausi it in, but
1 think what le .). wish
iilucatiu i :., I | this
can l tlel at< ill is that it has
been doniii ati d foi the |>ast III
> ars "i so bj n |* I i < il oi
I >cj that Reform an I Con-
st rvative, as well s i 'rthodox,
that has fean d ni .
ii is.
I like m hat L>i i' nai haeh-
t' i. an i "rthodox rabbi and Has-
sidle scholar, who is hi ad ol the
Department of Judaic Studies at
tin University Of Manitoba, has
Uj say about tins Jewish dilem-
ma: "The old must become new
and the new must become holy."
He speaks of translating ancient
Hebrew liturgy into Knglish and
setting it to traditional American
Continued from Pag* 1-A
provided privacy, informal ar
points out. seek and should be
ranjjoments wherever possible, op-
portunities for informal social ac-
tivities within the home and out
side the community of which the
home is a part, freedom of choice,
and self direction.*'
The three-year survey was con-
ducted between 1964 and 1!67 by
the CJFVVF with funds from the
National Institute of Mental
Health. Dr. Alvin I. Coldfarb was
the Study director, with Morris
Zelditch, former director of Com-
munity Services of the CJFW'F. a*
TUB FORMER spiritual leader
oi Congregation B'nai Israel, of
Bridgeport, Conn.. Rabbi Charles
J Davidson, has been appointed
director of special services for the
United Jewish Appeal.
NATHAN I.OSIIAk ol Atlanta
Ga., has Ix.n appointed national
director of program services of the
National Jewish Welfare Hoard.
In!k tunes.
"Our faith," he says, "has bei n
in America for 300 years but we
haven't yet produced anything
which is musi -ally and rhythmic-
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Samuel Friedland Heads
Emanu-El Ball Program "eJeWlSll JFloridiaitt
Samuel N. Friedland, chairman
(.: the board of directors of Temple
mu-El, will officiate, with Dr.
Ir\1ng Lehrman. at ceremonies
highlighting the Dedication Hall of
the Miami Beach congregation
April 12 in the Grand Ballroom of
the new Social Hall and School
Building.
Announcement of Mr. Fried-
land'l participation was made by
Harry Millman. chairman, and
Harry A. Levy, rochuirman of the
dinner and dance.
Mr. Friedland is an honorary
chairman of the Dedication Ball, as
are Matthew A. Rosenhaus. Harry
Pearlman and Emil Morton. Joseph
t'ohen. Temple Kmanu-Kl presi-
dent, is working closely with Mr.
Millman and Mr. Levy in coordi-
I ating the event.
Mr. Friedland. a past president
of Temple Kmanu-Kl. is a top na-
tional leader of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America. State
of Israel Bonds and United Jewish
Appeal
He has played key roles in the
development of such institutions as
Brandeis Univenity, and is a
i der of of the Israel Education
Find. Chairman of the hoard and
B minder of Food Fair Stores. Mr.
Friedland is active in the leader-
s tip of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and numerous other
inthropic organizations.
Rabbi Lehrman, spiritual leader
Temple Kmanu-Kl for 25 years,
said, "It is singularly appropriate
t it Mr. Friedland officiate with
at this festive occasion. It was
Miami Florida Friday, April 4, 1969
Section 3
Hebrew Academy Exhibition To
Display Works Of 21 Artists
SAMUEL MIDLAND
his gift of a $100,000 lot which be-
gan the successful campaign to
build the magnificent Social Hall
and School Building, and his per-
sonal participation which inspired
us to its culmination April 12."
"Entertalnmcnl and dancing will
be the oiiler of the evening, with
ceremonies and speeches kept brief
in the spirit of the celebration we
shall Ih' observing," Mr. Millman
said
Officers ol the Temple Emanu-El
Sisterhood, Brotherhood. PTA. the
F rty-Niners and Emanu-El Play-
ers are cooperating with directors
ami trustees of the 1,500-member
family congregation In arranging
the Dedic ition Ball.
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Miami Beach, Sunday through
Tuesday, by Collectors Art Gal-
lery-
Proceeds from the show will go
to the scholarship program of the
Hebrew Academy, largest Hebrew
day school in the South, according
to Louis Merwitzer, president of
the Miami Beach educational insti-
tution.
Pi win Stern, director of the Col-
lectors Art Gallery, said works of
such artists as Sandu I.iberman.
Raphaely. Frederick Menguy. Al-
BLBCTBD PRESIDENT of the
Rabbinic Alumni of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Seminary of
Yeshiva University was Rabbi Meir
Felman of Brooklyn, N.Y.
exander Dobkin, Tully Filmus and
Moshe Gat will be featured.
Frank Kleinholz, who has cur-
rent showings in South Florida,
will be on hand for Sunday's opin-
ing at 1 p.m. Hours will be from
1 to 10 p.m. Sunday; Monday from
I 1 to 9 p.m.. and Tuesday from 10
. a.m. until 1 p.m.
Other artists whose oil paint-
ings, lithographs and water colors
| will api>car include C'haim Gross.
I Ruth Schloss, Zwi Livnl, Reuven
| Rubin. Sigmund Menkes. Zoltan
I Perlmutter. Alexander Yakin, Si-
i mon Karczmar. Jordi Ronas. Rer-
toldo Phillipp. Shaoul Ohaly, Mik-
; los Adler and Philip Evergood.
In his announcement of the
show. Mr. Merwitzer reported the
Academy's one-man exhibit h> Ra-
phaels- at the Fontainebleau Hotel
last month was "highly SUCO BS-
ful." and that the current Interna-
LOUIS MtKWITZM
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the Acadi mv's Patrons of the Arts.
"tike time of the singing
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is heard in the land.'9
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tfataa*.
The fantastic response by the
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j.art_ to the gipanvuri speech
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Force Attache. Washington.
who *s the 5-jes*. speaker
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The Caccoet for tae Belie P.az
JA-IEF include*. Mrs. Frances
bran*. Saa-.i*: B Cohen. Clax-
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Rifkin Is Third Seder Chairman
Tin- Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida will launch a month-
long celebration of the Stale of Is-
rael's 21st anniversary of Indepen-
dence Sunday night with its an-
nual Third Seder celebration at
the Kmitaim blcau Hotel.
Jacob Rifkin, Miami Beach civic
and religious leader, will serve as
chairman of the dinner event,
slated to Ix-tjin in the West Ball-
room of the Miami Beach hotel at
ti-.TO p.m. with Passover dietary
laws observed
More than 000 reservations have
been received for the dinner, at
which Mrs. Klslc Bonem. Miami
Beach ci.mmunal lender, will re-
ceive the coveted National His-
tadrut Kupat Holim award.
Israel Consul Zvi C'aspi. who has
headed missions of his government
to many countries before becoming
Israel's political expert in New
York, will be the principal speak-
er. Up was a member of Israel's
first military delegation to the
United States 20 years ago.
Mrs. Bonem. who has been hon-
ored by Tcchnion. the American
Red Cross and Chicago's famed
Self Help Old Aged homes, will re-
ceive recognition for her leader-
ship in establishing the Greater
Miami "Amal" Technical High
School in Ramlch, Israel.
Sunday's dinner. Mr. Rifkin said,
will launch a $500,000 campaign
for the Greater .Miami Medical
Center at Ramleh.
Mr. Rifkin's appointment as din-
ner chairman was announced by
Dr. Michael Sossin, president of
the Council, and by Rabbi Leon
Kronish. national vice president of
Histadrut.
Mr. Rifkin is president of Tcch-
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Friday. Aprir 4. 1969
Paqe 5-B president.
i\It. Sinai Auxiliary
Honors Volunteers
The Mount Sinai Hospital Auxil-
iary's volunteer nrocnitiori and
election meetinc; is slater! for 10:30
a.m. Friday, April n. jn the Louis
K. W'olfson Auditorium, it has boon
announce d by Mrs. Murray Kern.
MB Women's Cancer League To Install
Mrs. Bright, President, And New Officers
The Women's Cancer League of
Miami Beach is having its annual
installation and awards luncheon
11:30 a.m. Friday. April 11, in
t AI| < is Hotel. Fred Fenton.
v ne connoisseur, will conduct a
\ i i ktail hour from 11:30 to
1 10, which will be followed by
I eh and the installation of offi-
i s lor the year 1969-1970, Mrs
Melvyne Sommers. chairman of
t day, has announced.
The following officers will !* in-
ed: Mrs. Michael Bright, pres-
ident; Mis. Melvyne Sommers, ex-
i live president; Mi's. Meh in
Cutler, Mrs. Jules Stark. Mrs.
yei I > >n and Mrs Jerome Sug-
:. .ice presidents; Mis. Jo-
-. to Segal and Mrs. Sidney Rosen-
i g, honorary vice presidents;
I Leonard Markell, treasurer;
Irving Rubin, assistant treas-
i i: "i!:-.. Harold Soglovitz and
Kay l>u-*; In, financial s >
retaries; Mrs. Barbara Rado. re-
.orcfinn s cretary; Mis. Herbert
Fenchcl and Mrs. Martin Wexler,
orrespondlng secretaries; Mrs.
Eva Smithken and Mis. Robert
Levy, social secretaries, ami Mrs
Robert 7. (lie,ne. honorary chair-
man of the board. On the advisory
committee are Mrs. Morris Gidney,
Mis. Frances I.inn, Mrs. I.con
Manheimer. Mrs. Jerome Rado and
Mrs. ,\hc Schonfeld.
Board member* Include Mrs. Robert
Anfel, Mi- Stdnej Rond, Mrs lirii:
.Berlin, Mrs I il Bin her* Mm fJeorRe
I'-'..... Mrs Hrrj Bnidkln, Mr.- E \\
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Award presentations to volun-
teers will bo made by Mis. Bon-
lamin Ginsky, Mrs. Hetty Roaen-
batun and Mrs. Jacob Silberberg.
After voting on the slate of new
officers for 1969-70 those in at-
tendance will preview selections
from the Trixie Levin Musical Re-
vue to be s|>ot!iKhti d at the instal-
lation lunchi on on May 2. Musical
direction will be by Mrs. A. Bert
Davis.
In addition, the Mount Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary film which was
recently seen on Ch. 7 will be pre-
sented.
The meeting will be concluded
with a buffet luncheon with the as-
sistant.....f Mrs. Sidney Gruber and
Mrs. Israel Friedman, chairmen ol
hospitality.
Broidj, Mr- Harold Brook*. Mr- Ed. ...
u.ir-l ... Mi- A Jaj CrlBtol, Mi- I I 4kW 1* 11 1 I 1IIVI I'll'l'
Al Davldon Mr- Joseph Bhrliih. Mra H.08pIlI -A II XI11 til V
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Cites Volunteers
Mr.
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JWV Murray Solomon Meet
Ni \<. \ installed president, Mrs
Id I H don. will conduct a
til ol the Murray Solomon
Auxiliary Ji wish War Vet-
1' mi Zan ora Tuesday
Ins-old, Mrs Alex I'm.
M. jrer Pi iedman, Mr-
M r Roberl Iroiwni n
Mr- Jack .nil., i. Mi-- In- Kite, Mr*
Gerlrudi Komhak Mi- fJeonte l..--
Mn Alexander Ubow, Mr- Leo Mil-
ler Mr- Dorl* Pate, Mr- Mary Ret
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Kuliin Mr- Abe Savltl, Mr- Murrav
Shapiro, Mi J i ph .-: aplro, Mrs
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MR AMID GOLDEN
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MRS. UUIAN GOIDIN
Alfred Golden
Installs Wife As
If nai KVith Proxy
I.ilii.m iMr Alfred) Golden will
! Installed asrftetident of the
North Shore Chapter, B'nai B'nth,
at a luncheon in the Eden Roc
Hotel Mondav. April 14. Installing
officer will be nor husband, who
has served io many capacities on
the national fr\-l of B'nai B'rith.
Including the Anti Defamation
League, and is also active in com-
munal affairs here.
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with Mrs. Gplckn are Mrs. Ethel
Rolnick, Mrs." Flo Kumble and Mrs.
Lillian Arnold." vice presidents;
Mrs. Lottie Silv. r.Mrs. Ida Ras-
kin. Mrs. In ne Cohen and Mrs.
Sophie Blalr, secretaries; Mrs.
Sally Kenner, treasurer; Mrs. Ella
Cohen, historian; Mrs. Eddy Neu-
mark, counselor; Mrs. Hose Arkin,
parliamentarian, and Mrs. Ann i.,
tan tine, guardian.
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CongreKation Kneseth Israel.
Miami Beach, has established a
congregational grove of trees
throURh Hie Jewish National Fund,
with plans calling for the expan-
sion of the project into a forest, it
u;is announced this week by Mil-
ton Kahn, president of the congre-
gation and cochairman of the Con-
gregational Forests Committee i>i
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Jewist* FlcridHar>
Friday, April 4. 1969
Fontainebleau Hotel Is Wedding Scene]
For Pnnlette Marks And Eric Lehoivitz
Werner-KabD
HHtS. ffffC Itf fSIr LEB0WIT1
Dr. Vainstein of Jerusalem
To Give Talk Apr. 22
The 21st anniversary of Israel's
Independence will be marked at a
celebration Tuesday night. April
22. at the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern is spiritual leader of the
synagooue.
For the occasion, Dr. Yaakov
Vainstein, chairman of the Relig-
ious City Council of Jerusalem, will
come to Miami to give an add; bs
Handwriting to be Analyzed
Mrs. Irving Solomon, president,
will conduct a meeting of the Tem-
ple Menorah Sisterhood at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday. April 16. in the
t. mple's social hall. Mrs. Sheldon
Lelchuk, program chairman, will
introduce Charlotte Leibel. hand-
writing analyst, who will enter-
tain.
The Fontainebleau Hotel was
the scene of the S p.m. weddine of
Paulette Harriet Marks ami Eric
J( I iwitz Sat'irday, March
29. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard offi-
ciated at the ceremony which was
followed by a reception in the Fon-
l 1 the hotel.
r of Mr. and Mis.
Herman Marks, :. '01 s\v 89th PL.
the bride graduated from South-
weal Miami High School ami the
Universit of Miami ami now at-
tends the University of Maryland.
She was Silver Knight nominee
from Southwest for journalism,
president of Quill and Scroll, a
member of Phi Sigma Sigma and
many other organizations.
Her husband, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lebowitz.
2765 SW 30th Ct.. is also a gradu-
ate of Southwest High School and
the University of Miami. A Dado
County winner of the Silver Knight
for Art. he is presently attending
the University of Maryland School
of Dentistry.
For her wedding the new Mrs.
LebowitZ chose a floor-length
Bianci gown with attached train.
encrusted with imported beading.
She carried a uouquet of white
roses and baby's breath. She was
attended by Mrs. Peter Sobel. ma-
1 tron of honor, and bridesmaids
I Nancy Lcavitt. Glenda Held and
, Karen Kawaler. Joy Clein served
las flower girl; ringbearer was
, Master Huey Moss.
Serving as l>ost man was Jeffrey
i Marks; Dr. Peter Sobel. William
Gray. Jan Kantor ami Michael '
Leone were ushers.
The couple will be at home in
Baltimore, Md., alter their return
from a honeymoon in Canada.
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Celia Kaplan Weds
Jerrold S, Leffel In
Saturday JSnptials
Rabbi Morris A. Skoo officiated
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel cere-
monies uniting Celia Rose Kaplan
and Jerrold Sol Ix-ffel in holy mat-
imony at 7 p.m. Saturday, March
22. A reception and dinner at the
hotel followed.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kaplan. 1500 Bay Rd.. Mi-
ami Reach, the bride graduated
from Senn High School in Chicago.
III., and attended the University of
Miami. Her husband, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leffel of Indi-
anapolis, Ind.. is a graduate of
Purdue University, where he was
a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fra-
ernity.
For her wedding the bride wore
a satin A-line floor-length' gown
with embroidered Alencon lace
trimming the neckline, sleeves,
hem. and bordering the detachable
chapel train. Her headpiece was
, handmade satin rosettes with Al-
encon lace leaves, embroidered
with crystal and |>carls; the elbow-
length veil was oi English silk illu-
sion, and she carried a prayerbook
covered with white lace, a flowing
cascade of white Cattclya orchids
with a detachable corsage in the
tenter. Mrs. Howard Kaplan was
hei matron of honor and brides-
maids w re Mrs. Kd Krulew itch,
Mrs Lawrence Saxner, Martha
Kaplan and Joyce Kaplan.
The groom's brother. Don Leffel.
served as best man; ushers wi re
Howard Kaplan. Jerry Click. San-
! dy Youkilis and Ed Krulewitch.
After a wedding trip to Puerto
. Rico, the new Mr. and Mrs. Leffel
1 will make their home in Indianap-
olis, Ind.
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Harbara Abel Wed
To Robert Holzer
At Temple Jndea
Rabbi Morris Kinner of Tarnnta
Jndea and Rabbi David Ekhhom
"ocoa Beach officiated at the
Temple Jndea < r mony uniting
Barbara Susan Abel and Robert
Holder in marriage Saturday eve-
ning, March -~.
The daughter of Dr, and Mrs.
Philip Abel of Coral I ial i v the
bride i>- a grad iate "i Coral Gables
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity hi Smith Florida. Her hus-
band, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Holzer of Tampa, is a gradu-
ate of Plant High School in Tampa
and the Iniversity of South Flor-
ida. Ho is presently employed as
an accountant by Pan American
Airways,
Sandra Abo! served as maid of
honor for her sister; Alice Mann
and Mrs. George Ware were her
bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaid
was another sister of the bride,
Janet Abel.
The groom was attended by his
brother. Carl Holzer. who served
as best man; ushers were Andy
Man* ,
MRS. ffOBEtr HOIZIK
Pout. Ralph Metcalf and Jack Met
riss.
A reception and dlnm
the ceremony.
After a wedding trip top >r
the couple will make their home in
Cocoa Beach, where Mr; II
will teach in the Brcvar: I ty
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urn. STEPHEN SINGER
Gilda Abramowitz
Becomes Bride Of
Stephen Singer
In a double-ring ceremony at
Temple Beth Moshe Saturday cve-
rtinc. March 29. Clilila Abramowitz.
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel Abramowitz. 981 NK lYTth Tor..
North Miami Beach, became the
bride of Stephen Sinner, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Si.i Singer, 14710 s. Spur
Dr.. North Miami.
The bride wore a long-sleeved
candlelight satin town with lace
trim ar.d ix-arl beading. Her sister,
Fein Abramowitz, served as maid
pi honor; matron of honor was
Charlene Obcrman. and Barbara
Ailler. Kllen Sinper and Sandy
Henning were bridesmaids.
Ralph Sansone served as best
an for the groom, who will grad-
ate In August from the Univer-
sity of Miami with a degree In
vll engineering. Rene Kodriqtu /.
Aaron Abramowitz and Reuben
Holschauer usher* d.
After a honeymoon trip to the
Pennsylvania's Poeono Mountains,
thi newlyweda will reside in North
Miami.
Sharon Halpern,
Jeffrey Schechter
Repent Their Vows
S'laron R Halnern, dnii"hter of
Mr. ami Mrs. Hei man Hal'* n,
7900 Crespi Blvd., Miami Beaeh,
became the bride of Jeffrev M.
Sel r. the son of Mi ind Mrs.
Walti r S bechter, 1 146 Lenox
Vve.. Miami Beach, at the Algiers
Hotel S iturda: March 29. Rabbi
Irving Ii hrman perl m l the s
i. w hich was I i iwi .1
by .'. n a pt ion al the hi
The bride, who is an li mentary
school teacher; in North Miami
Beach, graduated from Miami
Beach Senior Hiph School and the
University of Miami. Her husband.
a graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School and the University of
Florida, is enrolled at the Univer-
sity of Miami and is employed by
Jordan Marsh.
Karen Halpcrn was matron of
honor for the bride, who was at-
tired in a gown of white satin and
carried a bouquet of white roses.
Her bridesmaids were Shirley
Dash, Carol Kane anil Jerri Sue
F< Idman. Stephen Schechter was
best man: Peter Schechter, Barry
Halpcrn, K> nneth Shapiro and
Werni r Kahn
MRS. NMMV M- SCHfCMTM
Steven Kneel ushered.
After a honeymoon trip to Nas-
sau, the couple will make North
Miami their home.
GEORGE SOLLof Roslyn, NY.,
an attorney active in the civil lib-
erties field, has been appointed
chairman of the Commission on
l.aw and Social Action of the
American Jewish Congress.
Linda Rabinowitz,
Stephen N. Zack
Plan July Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz,
SW 20th SI announce the
rmenl of their daughter,
l.i to Stephen N. Zack, the son
of M Harold P. tluck, 200 N.
l ft Miami i I aeh, and
Zack.
The i t who radtiated
I' ral i Schm I.
will
! i in < Sail
\ille, uhere1 she is ma k>i ing in Edu-
cation, A past secreary of Pan-
Hellenic Council, she is a member
of I > Ita Phi Epsilon, and an Alpha
FJpsilon Pi Little Sister.
A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School, her fiance will
also be a June graduate of the
University of Florida, where he has
been majoring in Political Science.
A past president of Alpha Kpsilon
Pi. he has been presidential aide
to the Student Body president, and
is now the Intcr-fraternity Council
president.
Rabbi Irving I.ehrman will offi-
ciate at the formal Temple Kmanu-
K! wedding July 26, after which the
!-------------------------------------
MISS UNDA RABINOWITZ
couple plans to live in Gainesville
where Mrs. Zack will teach ele-
mental y school while her husband
attends the University of Florida
Law School.
GIDEON HAUSNEB, Israel's
former attorney general, has been
appointed chairman of the Yart
Yashem. the memorial foundation
in Jerusalem for Jewish heroes .inc.
martyrs of the Nazi era.
Marjorie Engaged To Edward Porter,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Gold-
stein, 1711 Madison St., Hollywood.
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Marjorie Roslyn, to Ed-
ward Bruce Porter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard L. Porter of Worccs-
t. r. Mass.
A student at Miami-Dadc Junior
College, from which she will grad-
uate in December, the bride-to-be
is a graduate of Hempstead High
School. Hempstead, LI., N.Y and
attended Chanberlayne Junior
College in Boston. Mass She is the
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Smith and ol Temple Wr
Tamid President Charles Goldstein
and Mrs. Goldstein.
Her fiance, the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Kaplan and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Porter, is a grad-
uate of Cornwall Academy. Great
Barrington, Mass., and is attending
Mon is Harvey College in Charles-
ton, W.Va.
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In- glad you missed me! I misled writing
my columns just .1* much as you say you missed
reading' I hem. But why in the world didn't you
send all tfiose tetters and make all those tele-
phone calls to my boss, instead of to me? Now.
that. I think, would have been renl smart. Thank
you again for all of your attention. I've decided
not t'> cv or tret sick again at least not until I'm
on Medicare, and that's many, mail) years in
the future:
rk<;rkts only
That was what the Invitation from Leon and
Dotty K.-.plan said. (There were n regrets
evcryhoHy came to brunch in the Assembly
Room of tli.- Dui).>nt Plaza Hotel!i It was 'Old
\\e, k" to put it mildly. Drinks first, then
- : .-', Mrr.: brunch with all that
encUng with Miami-famous blintzes
rth r thing!
Dottj :t would be fun to see her
Truth to tell, they
- -- | brunch as
5 or dinners Dotty's sister,
Mi M i 11 d h : rother, Dr. Harry
ime in : 1 >m Passai
W pn th< Kap'ans came to Miami in 19:>'.> it is
ind Mrs Gordon and th.' Rinzlers
[I was great fun renewing those
idships. The Stanley Myers family was there
sse Martha and Stanley, Sen Kenneth
Myers and his Ursula, and Dr and Mrs Arthur
G be Judj Gilbert was having a i;rind time.
\ nl Dotty." s'te said, "whj rton'l you have a
pa '. like this every month and !> sure that
: >n th- list?"
There were lots "f the second generation
1 11 friends ol the K iplan w ho ar
now youn I ns Mr and Mrs. Edwin Gins-
Mi ind Mrs Richard Brickman; Sidnej
and Sylvia Lefcourt wen 1 ilking to their fam Ij
nd Beverly Lefcourt, Among the guests
bus) talking and eating were Dr. and Mrs A -
aces
bcrt Hosenthal. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell
Mr. and Mrs. IrvknR*ater. Ut*. Lii. .S^mi. Ur.
and Mrs. Herman Rubin. Rep. and Mrs. Marshall
Harris, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau.
Quite a talker. Dotty talked all she wanted
to at her party. There*! always lots of birthdays
and anniversaries, and she called out the names
of everyone who had a birthday ot anniversary
during the week. Among them were Josh Sirkin,
who wflfl there with his wife 1 Imagine he was
just 33!)
Among the people who mingled and jingled
and danced and had a great time were Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Potam-
kin. Dr. and Mrs. Sol Center, Mr. and Mrs. Hen
Singer. Son. and Mrs. Richard Stone. Mr and
Mrs George Richards, Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank.
Mrs Sam Rorrt, Mr. and Mrs Max Shapero, Mr.
find Mrs. Arthur Rosichan and man>-. many mote
THKV WERE KMART
When Isabel and Howard Grove came to
1 iwn. they found it difficult t" spend time seeing
everyom So thej hit on the idea of a cocktail
party for all 1 I the close friends so they could
say hello to them all In one fell swoop. Howard
is fine now looks good and feels good, kn.H-k
on wood! My, what a lot there was to eat as
well as to talk about!
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mickey
Kraus, Mr. and Mrs Aaron Fair, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernie Pedant, Mrs, Harriet Penias, Mr, and
Mrs. Jack Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. .lames CTiap-
man. Judge and Mrs Charles Gertli r Mr- Dais)
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I M Diamond, Mrs [lene Freitag, Mr,
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Kssav-Art Contest
)leadline April 14
Kxt. v.sion of the nnnunl essay-
art '' teal sponsored by the Bu-
reau : Jewish Kriuration and the
Zini and Hollywood, was announced by
Isaac Damn, chairman of the eon*
t' si i nmittec. The deadline for
entrv l essays anil art objects is
Ati! 14.
Essay subject ror the Junior
groups is "Gr.at American Jews."
The subject for the older group is.
"Whai Can We Learn from the
Nii/i Holocaust?;1 Art subjects for
both pe groups are original post-
ers, '. awings. sculpture and art
object* relating to the two essaj
lubjects.
Judges for the art contest arc
Keyna Youngerman and Charles
J,uob-on. local artists. Judges foi
the essay contest are Dr. Signwnd
Pogiei ami Jack Alexander, of the
Zionist Districts; Louis Schwartz-
man, xecutivc director, and 11, r-
bcrt Zvi Borger, associate director
of th< Bureau of Jewish Kriucation.
Th< contest committee also in-
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niun. Gilbert Rappaport, and Mel-
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Friday. April 4, 1969
Bab Md^AJtcdt
Kosher Meats For Passover Holidays Provided By Wilno ]
Rat Kotler
ANN 1IAMMKR
Ann Esther, daughter of Mr. ami
Mn Harold W. Hammer, will be-
i.as Mitzvata Friday, April 4,
\l Temple Kmanu-EI. where her
father is the executive director.
Ann is an A student at Nautilus
Junior High School, where she is
in the seventh grade.
Ann's grandparents. Mrs. Ktta i
Hammer and Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Rubinson. will be amons the
honored guests at the event.

THOMAS BIKK
Thomas Alan, son ol Mr. and
Mrs Morris Bui k. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Am on
Saturday, April 5.
Thomas is a sludent at Ransom
School, where In is in the eighth
_i ade.
The Kiddush following the serv-
Saturdaj morning and a party
i the celebrant's home Saturday
will be hosted by the parents
thi ce brant in his honor.
DEAN FRKITAC
Dean Marco, son of Jack J. and
II. ne Freitag, will be Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Kmanu-KI on Saturday.
April 5.
Dean is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School,
and plays drums.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall after
the worship service.
Mrs. Henrietta Freitag, Dean's
grandmother, will be among those
attending the event.
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KAK KOTI.KK
Rae Lynn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Kotler. 9826 W. Broad-
view Dr., Bay Harbor Islands, u ill
become Bus Mit/vah at Temple
Beth Sholom at 10:45 a.m. Satur-
day, April 5. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate.
Rae Lynn is a member <>i the
Confirmation Class of 5731.
Wilna Kosher dcTIcacl. s have
lx < n on Passover tabl. s from coast
to coast for the past 75 years. The}
, are prepared under strict super-
vision to assure that everything is
Kosher for Passover in accordance
with ritualistic tradition.
Wilno has estabUsneo a reputa-
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past three quarters of a century
i'ii its excellent, tantalizing and
delicious pun beef products. Th
Workmen 's Circle
Holds Memorial
North Dade and Broward Coun-
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Circle, will hold memorial services ,
for the 6.000.000 Jews who per- :
ished in the Nazi holocaust and the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising at 8 p.m.
Sunday. April 27. at the Washing-
ton Federal, 677 NE 167th St..
North Miami Beach.
Rabbi Jonah K. Ca< :an, spiritual
l< ader of Sky Lake Synagogue, will
be miest speaker. Sam Rubinstein
will present the El Moley Racha-
mim, memorial for the departed.
sanu tender care that goes into
iff products a I year round is
also to hi' found in th bologna,
frankf rtefs, coined beef and sa-
lami especially pri>|>ared under the
watchfal eyes of Rabbi Bon Zion
Roscnthal and two steady mashgi-
chirsi to h. Ip make your Passover
more enjoyable
Manufactun-d by The Wilno K
il Sausage i"omtan,-<>f Chi
oni i : the oldist and largest ma
facturers of 100 pt>rc( nt ko-
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frankturti rs and bologna are avai
able at your local dialers now.
for the Pass vtr hotidava
Great Books Discussion
"The Federalist Rvmts" will be
the subject of the Great Books
Discussion Group at a meeting to
l>e held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
April 10. at the Ida Fisher Com-
munity School. 1434 Drexel Ave..
Miami Beach. Lester Crozier and
Bertha Zolun will preside.
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A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
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WITH YOUR HELP
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NEWTON GREENE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL
Served As:
Councilman 1963-65, 1965-67
President Community Blood Bank 3 Terms
Vice-President Beth Torah Congregation
President Nortn Dade Democratic Club, Etc.
- 15 YEARS OF CIVIC SERVICE -
BBS___________________________________________ P'l Tel
Adv.
A "TOP-DRAWER* HIGH-RISE Land- In-
vestment in one of the FINEST LOCATIONS
in DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD on an EAST
CORNER of U.S. 1., Federal Highway ...
ZONED for 150 Feet HEIGHT on 3 Adjoin-
ing Properties: ---240 Feet by 135 Feet! .
23,625 Square Feet of GROUND BUILDING
AREA after setbacks! This Property List-
ed EXCLUSIVELY with PORTNER &
PORTNER has just been put on the Mar-
ket and has not as yet been offered to "HIGH-
RISE BUYERS* ig MIAMI or "OUT-OF,
TOWN BUYERS" eagerly looking for HARD
TO FIND "BLUE-CHIP-HIGH-RISE IN-
VESTMENT PROPERTIES" in the FAST
GROWING HOLLYWOOD AREA!" .....
For Appointment call DAY or EVE
927-1747 AL LOGAN 927*2985
~^fiAociatea with
PORTNER V- PORTNER
.BOOBATEO
REALTORS
2814 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
HOLLYWOOD. FLORIDA 33020


Friday. April 4, 1969
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...... B*lMi and Bisons
(..w IP'S I'r,- np4 !l for
.il... II-- 'oil
W i)fi< A I'A I BY, It. ilior
713 N.E 1h Street
Phone 757-?559
Business Opportunity
Close to Westchester
Shopping Area
JEWISH AMERICAN
NEIGHBORHOCO
Delicatessen and Cater Ser-
vice in S.W. shopping center,
gross S60.000 net SI 8,000.
Must sell Illness. Price $9,000
Good Terms. Consider reason
able offer.
Includes Fixtures & Inventory
GONZALEZ REALTY
2379 Carol Way 445-7891
First With The Finest
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I!, ill iium, :' I'llfh I"" ner.-s

I Ai re in II.I'.iy Vsjfi > '

1" ACHES in nnvie *
24 Acres cornfff ami siv.-l
road I'
Call ii- o fi.fJWPO'ntmo'it
Gill Realty, Realtors
4.....' SO |> V'S B" M>
au'i i
H47-!'i SI ttia.Mll
PORT LARGO
Hotet,tei on the Atlantic in
the h*H o* *rv i-aroo. nar.
if tie fabu'ou* Florida
Kf-S
Snac-OM ltcg m $0' wide
cjn.ii* fron 5^ BOO mini-
i'U $ 0 lowr and i i
n cnt'i Or to*-.! o>--^-acctit
In* -lr | from $\CC0 only
|10C down and $ 5 month.
No p'e-paymtnt penalty no
building tun* limit, low taxes
all utilities, new roads, pro-
tected sen-pool and priva'e
bea<-h, boat ramo, shopping
Within walking distan -. Air- .
strip vnJer construction. '
Sorry., no mobile home sites.
pre*, information send card
or letter to Box 323. K-v
L.irno Fla. 33G37 for "101"
Pc nts*' vil'i.ihle to anyone
serktnfl frost-free rl-ma*".
cian air and water. Or
Phone 305-8i>2-5641.
Less than one hour from
Miami via U.S. 1 only 28
miles below Homes'^ad to
Key Largo Post Office Sub-
division entrance across h:gh
way from German Inn Off'ce
open 9 to 5 daily and Sunday
afternoon to assist you with*
out oblrgation.
TOWNHOUSES
2 or 3 Bedroom 2' baths
models. Aprox 2,000 sq ft. of
living area. Heated pol; pri-
vate boat slip with access to
intercoastal 538.400 and
$39,900. 16511 N.L 26 Ave.
Open 1 to 4 doily.
MASTERS REALTY,
REALTORS
14125 N.E. 6th Avenue
Phone 758-1726

40 ACRES
NEAR JETP0RT
Good High Pine Land
$8,090 TOTAL
TERMS
NOAH KITE,
BROKER
1535 N.W. 119 St.
6880882
Gable's Waterway
Exquisitely furnished by do-
enrmtor, 3 iixdr'm. 3 itih
home plus Library, den. pans
i. < in I.U.- pool dock, boat,
i. I'ull pr, 195.000. \\ :i
lake stock. P.O. Box M5
Coral n.ii.les.
SELL YOUR BOAT
60o USED BUYERS
OUR LOT
Marineland, Inc.
Phono 891-3811
NEW APT. HOUSE
22 Units, 2 bedroom 1 bath
air cond. and heat, $60,000
cash required. Good Rental
area in Homestead.
Call Mr. Robinson
(305) 822-5721
AREA REALTY CORP.
6530 W. 4th Avenue
Hialeah, Florida
41*\
Mali fie d
MANAGEMENT
FOR YOUR FRANCHISE
" franc) ur s are producing ra'imum profits...are
p-cpei:/ maintained. ..and 3re stalled by honest hardworking e-i-
p.o,ees. Unless yjj can personally supervise operations a-lull
time job youneH the a liified management services of Franchise
Acquisitions. We're t*-e natioi s only firm exclusively providing these
invaluable services tor franchises:
? Accounting analysis 3 Inventory CantroTs ? On-site maintenance
inspections D Emplove*. tra g and supervision U Other opera-
tional aids Q Site selection.
For full particulars contact: PZR'JARD ROSENBERG. PRESIDENT
FRANCHISE ACQUISITIONS, INC.
Suite 104.2010N.F.1fi3rd St..n Humi Rex n.H.i. ifi2 Phone: '?n:> "l9-:-'M
AUTOMATIC CAR WASH
AND GASOLINE FRANCHISE
TURNKEY INSTALLATION BY DISTRIBUTOR Of*
FINEST FULLY AUTOMATIC ALL BRUSH EQUIPMENT.
$15,000 WILL HANDLE. SEE OPERATION IN ACTION
AT 15168 N.E 6th AVENUE.
For Information Call 947-9713 or
693-4811. No Franchise Fee.
BRAND NEW
ROMA GARDEN APTS.
13655 N.E. 10 AVE., NORTH MIAMI
1 BEDROOM 1 BATH FROM
2 BEDROOM. 1 BATH FROM
2 BEDROOM 2 BATH FROM
$145
S180
S205
Shimming Pool, E/evofor, Central Air & Heat
Office Open 10:00 A.M. 4 P.M.
757-8001 759-5221
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SCRATCHED HULL
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NEW 16' THUNDERBOLT TRI-HULL WITH BOW J
RIDER SEATS 6.
NEW 35 H.P. CHRYSLER
NEW ROCKET TRAILER
$2,085 Value, $1,199
$1,675 Value, $1,095
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NEW 20 FT. OPEN FISHERMAN *
BOW RIDER. LOUNGE SEATS, VINYL TOP, HARD- $
WARE LIGHTS, CASTING DECK, BOW RAIL, BAIL- *
ING WELL, DOUBLE HULL. *
NEW 18' CABIN CRUISER *
V HULL, BUNK CUSHIONS, CABIN WINDOWS, *
SUN DECK FIY'NG BRIDGE WINDSHIELD, RUNN-
ING LIGHTS HARDWARE. TWIN HELMSMAN *
SEATS, BOW HA.TCH, SAFETY DOUBLE HULL, SELF *
BAILING Wl 11 VINYi TOP. J
Only $1295
'MANY OTHER FANTASTIC DEALS''
I MARINELAND SALES INC. J
J 12965 BISCAYNE BLVD., NORTH MIAMI
} 891-3811-OPEN 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. J
SEE OUR COMPLETE
LINE OF

V-24's
V-24 Mariner, 155 OMC list
$6670 Try $5300
V-24 Runabout, 160 Merc,
List $7690 Try $6150
V-24 Islandin, 210 OMC Demo
Try $5350
V-19 Scorpion, 160 Mrc,
DEMO. Try $4000
V-185 I 0, 120 HP 7SAVE?
V-18S 06 85 HP Johnson,
Elec. Start Trailer Try ...
$2295
V-17 08 55 Johnson, Elec.
5tart Trailer Try $1995
OPEN 7 DAYS
KINDLY CONSULT
BILL WOLF
MAX MENGIN
SEABIRD
MARINAS
17091 Biscaync Blvd.
Phone 945-5208
SOUTH WEST
MIAMI HOMES
IAKEER0NT
4 Bedrooms, 2 baths, For-
mica Family Room, Large
Patio, Dock. Many Extra*
$28,000.
KENDALL AREA
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Biq Pool,
2 car garage, Central Air. '-
Acre. $38,000.
CORAL GABLES
New Home. 3 R-droom, 2
Bath, Garage. Central Air and
Hot. Carpet. Waft to Gable's
High. $41,500.
FARA REALTY
BROKER
9601 8IRD ROAD
Phone 226-4221
DELICATESSEN
RESTAURANT
Fully equipped, also cater-
ing. Low price, premium re-
turn. Come to our office,
1703 Coral Way for complete
details.
C. G. PARIS,
Realtor
Phone 443-5288
GET IN THE
FUN BUSINESS
NO FRANCHISE FEE
$10,500 Initial Investment
Active management required
Old Fashion Ice Cream Shoppe
with birthday party roam
45 Florida Shoppes Operating
Training and
Merchandising Aids
Excellent income earnings
M'AMI
FT. MYERS
TALLAHASSEE
DIPPER DAN
P. 0. Box 253
Miami, Fla. 33133
Q^mwAu HERE YOU CAN ...
IT'S SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENTS
1 BEDROOM-1 BATH APTS.
1 BEDROOM l'/j BATK APTS.
$74,590 TO 523,990
Total Monthly
PAYMENTS FROM
$
m
00
ic'. Maintenance, Pr'ncipol, //iferesf.
FURNISHED MODELS OPEN 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
JUNE 1969 OCCUPANCY
Phone 8V1-I3J3
Kitchens by *f luipO*tnJb*
3 BLCCKS WEST OF BISCAYNE BLVD. N.E. 126th ST.
YOU CAN NET
OVER 70|000 Annually
Before Taxes ... wirh a
Fill-R-Up
Free
Car Wash
POinip Franchise
Not Coin Operated
But a Professional interior end
exterior tunnel type
Yes! You can expect over
$70,000 net
Minimum cash required $40,000
balance on liberal credit terms
Select Florida and Northern
Area Franchises Open
Call (305) 566-0889
Or write Notional franchise director
FILL-R-UP SYSTFMS. INC.
2787 E. Oakland Park Bivd Suits 210
F>. lauderdolt, no. 33306


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* Jewish ncrkliairj
Friday, April 4. :?S9
Rabbi Narot's New
Book Is Published
thir "vmin? disregard
for th. values and standards of
th-ir pai sung paoole still
*< k sonv guides to conduct ami
b icf that BK to them.
Rat-bi Joseph R. Narol point! out
ir. his n-\v book "letters to the
N .-.'. Qau ration." which r k>
i t the dilemma of youth by
ins candidly and sju)ath#tie-
ally with their quest ami questions.
Although Ow letters, which first
(ppeared in the bulletin of Temple
Isra' 1 of Greater Miami, of which
Dr Narot is < nior rabbi, are di-
n-cti d to Jewish youth and values.
1h. prtncfptel RK universal ami
. to all young [>eo|)lc.
Published by the Union of Amer-
ican Hebn w Congregations, cen-
tral body "t P.' form Judaism in th*
United States and Canada, the
book contains 36 brief and Uvthe-
point chapters and is in paperback
at $1.95.
A Phi Beta Kappa gradual I
Western Reservi ty, Rabbi
Karol w is h it brew
gi Ji w isn Institute of
P.' ligfen. the seminary 'or Reform
JewisA rabbis H addresses him-
to todays realities for both
younf parents,
'. i '.ir.es as:
nk. Drugs and Dn in To
Mot to Cheat That [s
Quest i The |:
i -Marital
I
Ml PALI
I
HOTEL
ROOMS AVAILABLE
AFTER APRIL 11th
KOSHER CUISINE
Modified American Plon
SI0.00 per person -
Double Occupancy
RtSEtVATOftS
Coll 531 7381
i
2
CLUB PARTY TIME
is NOW at the
Woedertul World ol
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
fabulous Dining Facilities
Private Areaa & Gardens
American 4 Cantoneaa
Jfeoo at All Timea
KOSHER CATERERS
Unitr Rabbinical Supervision
BAP VlTZVAHS
WEDDlN -'
SHCIAUZING IN HOME CAT IKING
AND HOTEL WOKK
860-6226
IF NO ANSWFP DIAL
844-517B
If No A-<*' Dial Above Number
1216 NOBMANOY DR.. U.I.
Authentic Native Sho9
RESTAURANT and GARDENS
us i iusi nom oi BSUSnUMPaaa
MIAMI 4-**7 BROWARD A1-2A2I
^Ambaaaauor
(Eatmra
The Nome Mtans Eicilltnc*
In Food
SUPERB CATERING
DISTINCTIVE PRESENTATION
For Ary Special Occasion
FOR THOSE WHO CARE FOR
THE FINER SETTINGS
WEDDING BAR MITZVAHS
ANNIVERSARIES -CLUB
EVENTS Strictlv *net'
8
949-4887
m^r
ngm
First Nominees Submitted For (Citizens Award
MIILUr JCHIFF
Phillip Schiff To
Head South Dade
Schechter School
Phillip Schifl has been r-leefpr1
the fii-st president of the South
Daii- > Schechter Day
School to lx- opened nexl fall.
Plans '-;>'t Dor tho launching: ol
the new Bctl ol witfi f i t -
omi grade, with additional grades
o !> added each year RegJstra-
tion is now in progress at th
school's headquarters. 7500 SW
120th Si
Othei lected to scrvi
with Mr Scniti im lud Ralph Fta
tel and I >i M Ivyn Gi
vice Is: Dr. J
Lul -
The first Rjrota) of nominees for
the 32nd annual Dade County ( Kit-
!tjndme Pittacm Award have been
MbmtUad by s|*>nsorine oreaniza-
tions and ei\ ic clubs. Those sub-
mitted to date Include:
Mrs. Frances Wolfson, spon-
; red by the Council for Interna-
hsaal Visitors of Greater Miami.
He; Rev. Edward T. Graham, by
Senior Centers of Dade County.
no.; Herbert Maem-s. by Civic
tubs of Miami Beach, Inc.; Her-
m Schurofiitz, by I-co Steinman;
:. Albert Fallot. by City of Miami
ledutiflcation Committee: and
VliUam Colson, who was sponsored
by Mrs Kdgar D. Pearce. a past
recipient.
Th<- award is made to that man
and woman who. in the eyes of the
, nidges, have performed the most
outstanding single function for the
I good and welfare of the Dade
County community during the pre-
ceding year.
The sustaining force for the
award has been Sholem Lodge 1024
if B'nai B'rith. in cooperation with
a wide range of local civil
The aw ,ud tiatron is Jos- :
I.ipton. chairman of the boa:
Dade Federal Savings and L
Aaaoi iattoh Ol Miami.
Letters of nomination tho
signed b) the presidi nt of th
mitting civic club and sent to:
Outstanding Citizens Award ] .
c o Mr Melvin Haber, Secrtrtt>
Tn -' Building, Miami. Kla.
HAROID PONT and IRVIN GORDON
UORIMfN and 1 0\.
KOSHER CATERERS -;;;
170 N W. 5th STREET. MIAMI
PHONE: FR 4-3SM
From Hor d' oevrtt lo a Complete Buffet
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
Under the t'ct ijpe'vivon c* the
United Kashr^s Assoc M on o*
Greate'Miami Sup-' Rl obi:
Rabbi Abraham J Sa'-a.
Wish the Entire Community
a Happy Passover
Closed for the entire Week of Passover
Re-Open Sunday, April 13th
Continental --uo Kosher Caterers
8393 Bird Road, Miami 226-1744 221-9096 226-4031
ENJOY MOD HEALTH
YEAR ROUND
s Kinds or eausf
fjn-sus (Bee! St HICKORY FIRMS
Aff'Ko'i Iroa-"j C**a S'o-rt
37IS SumetOri.t
South Miami
666-9SU
F.iler L Ht. Jr. mer
vcMno
kosbeR.
SALAMI
1^33 PURE BEEF

Kashruth Supervision by
profronent Orthodox Rari'
Rabbi Ben Zton Rosenthal
nd two tteady Mathgichim
U Cc. '->eit<
NA/ILNO KOSHER CHieaao, iLLinoia oot
SALAMI FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF BOLOGNA
MIAMI BRANCH:
7025 N. W. 37th AVENUE Phone 836 2992
ZW KOSHER
Florida's lirsl I .S. Goi I.
Inspected Kosher I>lanl
Serving The Industry
Processors, Distributors, Exporters
of the finest U.S. Gov't. Inspected
KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY
DEPARTMENT Of
AGRICULTURE
P-683
WISH YOr ANB
l Of H VAMMHES
\ .IOY01 S ANB FESTtVE
rASSOYER
DISTRIBUTORS FOR:
uNtxr s'lift
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turn miON
IKWIi: .IIOSSI.M.I-:ii KOMIIIt IMM II 111
KOMI-It-HIM POULTRY
qiTKEN IMIIIJC KOsm it poiFLTftV
M ftirt' dlntiys ready to serve you ... contort
us for your requirements
Phone 887-2696
C^$&>&zfo.
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2981 W 4th Ave Hialeah. Florida


Friday. April 4, 1969
* UnHfr fhurMictr
Obituaries
SILVER
Ml., ri. 64, nl 191II Bas I"' M B .
(Hissed awa) Batorda) He was .1
m1, ni here for i years coming
from lt.1l. 'Mml. Survived bj hit
wife Tana <>f .M I'. brothers Bam
.ml Meyer; idsti r Fannie I{...-.-11 -
rartan, .til "f N.-u Vork Berviceii
. .1. h. 1*1 Suii.li.> ..i Rlaabera l-'un.-r-
..I "tuvp.-l. Interment Lakeside
etaRR. Irving 71 T2 12th si M B
Kiv erside
TRAGER Ix.ui.-. 71. 926 Tl'th T.T.
Riverside.
WEISS. Surah. *: :.4" Waal Av. .
M 11. Riverside
ABRAMS. Martin. St. 6580 IthIIi.ii
Creek I>r M H Rlv< raidc
BASHMAN. I.i- M 19, 17"" \ i:
Third 'i Rivaralde. Interment Lake- ,
, .i.-
FELDER. William. 70. :!7:17 rollins
Ave MM Hln-1'.'K
-ESS, I>a\id A. 81, 2190 B.W 10th
si Riverside interment Mi. \.i...
KRAUSS, l-enke, S9. jw:i x E Mth
Ave. North Miami Puneral Home
LAZAR, Lena. 7S. HIS Knclid Ave
Kivurxide. Intarmem ill Binai
LEWITTS. Ilertha, *. "" Collins
Ave Riverside.
MIRMAN. R.L-rt 8. .".K. T.'.^l Red
H.I Riverside.
PODOLSKV, Thejalare. 71. 5001 Col-
linn Ave M B. Newman
VEt-LIN. Slmrm A.. 71. 850 NK 12th
ECKMAUS. Il.-'mnn, 64. '. Island Ave
Kiv.rwi.ie
GOLDSTEIN, .'ennlc. 71 lSl'D Ray
I>r v it Riverside
COLDWORN Morton J 4'.'. !:..> Bay
Rd MR Newman. Interment Mt ,
N'-ho
.-M'MAN. Julius. St. Miami
HUMMIR, Hii.s.lnh. 47. 7S3I K Tren- '
nure Pr. Vorrh Hay Villas*. Rlas- ;
berc
HiRSMSTEIN Maurice J .;4. IS90
I ri> Ionia R.l M R Riverside
ENSTOCK rrvlnjr. *9, .'11 Collins
\\.- Ml' Riverside
APLAN v.. ,. :. i-.T.-. Collins Ave.. I
v it. ft Interment Lake-
side,
avis, tv : H 1881 N W Ith Ave
benr
agan .' 1721 N E lth
Ft li rdaU North M
ii- -..!'' el
-HER. h 70, 8010 Mar oa Dr
'
t RBERT .-.- Cm, \ .
' m. Mt .-'
H'=MH .1 l> \\V
' eraidi
]i
Ko. lin r I .en 7''
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OV. E<*S -...., v i -
\v MM R
ABiNCW '-7 1841 On
V \ ...
CHEINBERC 77 I K I w.
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ICKFR R \,, ],
. :.. .
ISKINO Vn li \v.
v II
, ben. -thlri. v >, Jeffi rsi n Avi
M II Rlv. ld<
ERMAN. ./ 7u c 'arlj Is Avi
M 1* Riverside !*.t. rm< i I Star I
!:. \ .1
OLOBERC. I, 320 ''ill St .
It R R'vi
"LAPPER I
\\ M l Rivei
VOSKO. Minnie, 81, S2fl BSth Street
PORTM an. Bvlvln "I 0 Byri n
\... MR Rivei
HOROwr.'. Bnmuei -
Av.. .\ Ide
-vman l M li "
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\> !. Int.

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'- UEBAN. Ill -.. 76, M i I

OHANE. H W
Si li '.!. .;!> '- -
I (Vmet.
-EEC \
hern
OSENEFRG i' .1
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ELIGV .. M I M
w< m n r
WITTENBFRC. I West
Av.
BRILL
llnr.l.
FELK. .1 Hd .
GREEN. Han : S to Fifth
Ave Riven ld< Inti I m. I Mi \. ho,
STUTZ, II. r in, 71 SOth Si
M B RivernliJv, ., .
DIAMOND. Samuel, 85, Collins
Av< m n Xnrth Miami Fi
ciimo.i I'ii. rment Mt. Blnal
farnham. Sophie E 2625 Col-
lins Ave m ii Riv. rslde
FELDSTEIN. Churl.-.-. 77 1836 S U
11 Ih Si O.i.lon
FURMAN. I h.r:,. 76, 520 Palermnn
Ave Coral aahlex l.lth|row-H. Bey-
er Funeral l Mrector
gluckson, riertrude, :.'. |006 Bay
It M It Riverside
GREENBERG Abe, 71. 5215 Johnson
St Hollj wood N. uinim
KESSLER Ian s..it. Infant, North
Miami Funeral i'1i;.|k-i. Interment
lakeside
KLESMAN David, II, 17"'i" N. E. 14tli
\% No \| r. Newman
LIEBERMAN. Anna. 91, 1330 S \\"
:nt Ave Riverside Interment Mt
N.-l...
PONTESOF. Charles, 7". 841 Alton
It'l M B, Riverside
WACHNIN. 81 Beemon, 7S. Miami
it.-:,,h Riverside
yarus ciura. H.i. in:i4 Pennsylvania
A\f M It Riverside
ZIEOEL. Joeenh, 80, :''< Collins Ave.,
DESENMOUSE. Harry. 60. ;i-7 N.
Meridian Ave. M.H. BI.-bTR. In-
ternment Mt v, bn
ENGLAND. Rom P., ''. 113.1 I08rd St.
Ray Harbor Isle Riverside. Inter-
ment Ijakeslde.
GER^on, Harry, 75 1024 Ocean Dr..
M II
Newman
GOLDMAN. Sol, 73, ''11 El Ri.'lo St.
Coral flahles, Riverside. Intermeni
Mi Blnal
HAIEK, Irving, 7. Miami Baactl
Riverside
KLEIMAN, Twel, 85, 1441 I.in.oln Rd .
M R c,or.lor. In term' nt Mt Blnal
KOTT. Ijouic C 80, 447T. Alton Ril .
M it Riverside, Intermeni Mt. Nebo
PONCHER, Morris, 72, 120 N E i4:'n St. c.or.ion Interment Mt Nebo
SHULMAN, Sarah. 80, 120 N E 17 Ter Riverside Interment Mt Sinai
CRanwell Frltsie, 850 Btlllwater
I'r m it Blasba rie
TUBROW. Herman A 1571 Collins
Ave M R Rlasbera
FERSTEIN Vetta 8.1 *O0 Woshlnit-
lon Av.- m it Rlai i rn
MARTMAN. V.v 7' 1699 .' fferson
\\ M B Rlasbi rg
GARLOWSKI. >. 72. 10 Euclid
iv M 1- l< rslde
KLAP. Slmoi 7' 177 St.. M R.
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ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRC. IT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
N.-n 68 MO?
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Fictitious name law
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IMF" iRTERS EXPORTERS nl
Congress llhkf-J Muiini. i-'l.i ii teniW
i..i. lid ..(in. w nil ih. ci. rk ,
of ii.. Circuit Court ,.i [lade County,
Florida.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice i> iiekkhy m--"
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of the i'iluii Court of Dade County,
that
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Actt of 1941
File No. 68 A-1508
NOTICE 18 IIEREHY RIVEN
NORMAN MOSS holder of County Taj
Sal.- Certificate No ->7:t4 issued the
l>t .lay of June, A 11 I!t;>'.. has fil.-.l
same in my office, anil has made
application for a tax deed to be issued
thereon, Said Certificate embraces
the following described properly In
ih. County of Dade, state of Florida,
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B ."." ft of W ISO ft N'- Tr :'.
Dixie Ptnea 2nd Rev Plat Book
11 Pace 51, Sections 18.13 Town-
ship .*; South Range 89 Bast, con*
talninK li acres more or less, in
the County of I>a KI'Tida
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of EI.I.IS Bl'CKHANAN & w
Nell
I'nleaa said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the property
described herein will he sold to the
highest Didder at the Courthouse door
on the first Monday in the month of
May. 19. which is the 7.th day of
May, 1868
Dated this 11 si day of March, 1!"*3.
B. B. 1.HATH ERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
I'ade County, Florida
By P. F. CifiJ'STRANi.
IVputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
4/4-11-18-23
Florida.
qriNTANAL,
ECObTNE I EMI.ICH
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 68-A-1S31
Notice 18 HEREBY OTVEN that
REN ESSEN holder of County T.i\
s.ii, Certificate No 741 Issued the
l-t daj "f June, a i> 1966, has nie I
1 same In my office, and has made ap-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 82842-C
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate ..f
FREI' SEI-i IK
11. ceased,
To All Creditors and alt persons
having claims or ,l. man,Is against
said state!
VOC ftr.- hereby notified and re-
quired t>> present any claims and <1<
Bands which you may have against
the estate of FRED BEFCIK d.....:is-
ed late ox Dad< County, Florida, in
the County Judge's of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and .*,*
provided in s-e, lion 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County '
Courthouse In Dade County Florida
within six calendar months from !>
time of the first publication hereof,
or th. sani.- win be barred
Kaied in Miami. Florida this ^i;th
da) "i M..r,-h. 1969.
HERMAN CHEN. ESQ.,
As Attorney for Executrix
1310-11 Congn ss itiiiir .
Miami. Florida 3313!
4/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 I1ERBHV RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
iti business under the fictitious name
of JACK PHILIP BON at Dupont
Plaxa iiuildiiig Miami. Florida. In-
tend! t.. register said name with the
Clerk of th. (*ir. uit Court of Dade
County. Florid.,
AL MOSKi IVIT8
HARRIS and sirki.n
tttoi neys for Appll, a
Dad< Federal Ru'tdlng
, Miami, Florida
4 1-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COL
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82662-B
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82682-B
In RE Bstati of
MARCY i> iii:ssi:i.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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tate of MARCY l> HBS8EL deceased
late of Pad. County, Florid., t.. the
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vided in Bectlon 733.16, Florida Sta-
tutes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse In I'ade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time "f the first publication hereof, or
the same ill he bam >i
Dated at Miami, Florida, 'his 87th
day o( Mar.h A I' 1969
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4 4-11-18-25
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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COUNTV IN CHANCERY.
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Friday, April 4. 1 pgg
FOOD
FAIR
We, the folks at
Food Fair & Frederich's
Supermarkets
wish you & your family a
HEALTHY, JOYOUS
& FESTIVE
3rd DAY
OF APRIL
15th DAY
OF NISAN


Raphaely, Israeli artist and rabbi, receives gold key to the
City of Miami Beach from Mayor Jay Dermer right) as
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross (left), principal of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami locks on. Mayor Dermer, a He-
brew Academy parent made the presentation of Raphaely's
benefit art show at the Fontainebleau Hotel in behalf of the
Miami Beach day school. Mrs. Seymour Eisenberg, chair-
man, termed the one-man show "a complete success."
"iJewiisli Floridian
Miami Florida Friday, April 4, 1969
Section C
Danger To Jewish Members Forces
Cancellation Of Congressional Trip
WASHINGTON tJTA) A security of the Jewish member.;
House foreign affairs subcommit- especially in view ol the Arab I
te< has abandoned a plan to visit rorist activities and possible dan- response to th< -
was on the
that t runb
. "M i nmi hi c iuld serve as an
diarj 01 n int
no in thi Arab-Israel
The : .v < i. I> .
it, Lebanon. Tunisia and Israel -ls In ,:;' projected visil toCai u
in pursuit uf Arab-Israel peace, ii where the US. lacks diplomati"
was learned here tins week. The relatii
Subcommittee on Near Eastern
Aiians includi s two Jewish it* m-
bers, Leonard Fai bstein and Lcsti i
Wolff, both New York Democrats
The subcommittee members
Aisln to assess the situation fo;
ih. mseives bi cause of the growine
mpliasis her.' on the gravit ol
The trip was scheduled for April, the Mideasl crisis and the need f i
Corn.....r iNw'l the nersonal '' i Pw'T solution. It H"VMa
i ii si h i i u! aw n up initial pi
for the trip. No formal annum
il nor i\ n confirmation
it It i the visil or its cancel la I
ivi re ..\ailable heir. But it
n il on the i st authority i
the iii;> had a "Pan lore ^
box" ol concei n ithin the Kx>
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> if w ist> Fkricfiatr
Friday. April 4, 1563
Am. Legion Post Schedules April Fool Dance Saturday
rtcLeod Pact of the Amer- riiajin'-'"! to Boyi State.
ican Legion will hold an April Fool Much for dancing will he i<> ,.
: on Saturday in toe Po( tided by Pajgy Bia.k and
15900 NK 2lai A-.< North "Rocki (tea, an I prizes will i*
Miami F5 ach. Fundj raised will !> "ti for outstamliM- t*lui<.
More than 500 women attended the recent
Interiaith Day at Temple Emanu-FJ sponsor-
ed by the Federation of Jewish Women of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Shown
(bom left are: Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, presi-
dent Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-FJ; Mrs.
James Holderman. president. Church Wom-
en United North; Mrs. J. Barclay Jack-
son, president. Church Women United
South; Mrs. Wendell Gordon, president,
Miami Arch Diocese of Catholic Women;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El; Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
chairman of Interfaith Day; and Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, president, Federation of Jewish
Women.
Seymour Liebman Is 'Ulpan' Speaker
S- ymour B. Liebman, noted his-
torian, k-cturer and author, will bo
trio speaker at tho first sossion of
thi I'lpan Oriontation to Israel
protrram at the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami. 8300 SW 8th St..
at 7 p.m. Monday. April 14. His
will b<- "A Bird's Eye View of
lii.linc of Isra- I. 1870 to
tl ': mil k h \: i Boundarii -
Deti rmlned?'*
n a visiting
fessor of Latin American his-
tory at 1 uc University
and has lectured on tho Middle
East ami Latin America at Miami-
Dado Junior Coll-
Among his books are 'The En-
lightened" and "Faith in Flam-.''
a history of Jews In Mexico since
1521, to bo published this sumrrvr.
T : Llpan. an eight-week ooursi'
t<> t held Monday i venings at the
Y lr. cooperation with the Bureau
if Jewish Education, will be can-
ducted in two parts. The first 90
minutes will be devoted to a lec-
ture discussion and the second
part will consist of a course in con-
versational Hebrew. Applications
will be taken from those in the
10th grade and up.
Passover Creetings
To The Entire
Jewish Community
FARR TOURS
FOUR STAR TOURS
U IP.
A ONCt IN A UfEimi TRIP!
vmrm LAS VEGAS .*-**.
fJ^#^Bf* 3 DAYS, 3 NIGHTS
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INCLUDING: T-o-npoMo'io", Ho'l, Meals, SigMictino
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FOR ONLY
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V.'e have a two-week trip that
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Go !c: three weeks and you'll
spend two cf them getting !o know
Israel. The length and breadth cf it.
And then :ly on to Europe. To Athens
and London. Or Athens and Paris.
Or London and Paris. Or to Athens
and a sunny Aegean cruise to the
Greek Isles.
Or just Israel.-
You put the trip together your-
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Wherever and whenever you
go (we have 135different departure
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and see some of the most fascinating
sights the world has to offer. Every
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Friday, April 4. 1969
+Jenist k>ridliain
Jewish Youth Will
Protest Plight Of
Jews In Russia
ll-day institute has been
scheriu il for Sunday, April 13, by
the Jew ish Youth Council <>i Great-
er Miami as a c< imbim il pi oti si
mi (il.", and semii ar on So\ i< I
Jl'W I\
Thi Tempk i.nianu-Ki. 1701 Washing-
i Am Miami r.. ach, from 10
a m to 3:30 p m.. ii was jointly
announ chairman i>i the JYC, and Jon
i lit -i i g, chairman ol the Soviet
Jewry Committee ii the Council.
The morning session will con-
sist ni ,i "Pray-In" in cooperation
with the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
toin. A "cm kshop will be held in
i afti moon in conjunction with
l \" i nan .] M ish CongD SS.
The purpose ol the meeting is to
si up programs ol action to !
i ai i i< ri out by major institutions
in thi area concerni l with the
plight ol Soviet Jewry,
Ira SteinmeU, program director
el the YM-YWHA ol Greater Mi-
ami, is serving .is staff consultant
o irdinator for the newly
formed JVC
Comedian Meads
Entertainment
Comedian Eddie Sehaeffer will
head the entertainment program
S al the Spring Festival ..f the 100
i Lineoti Road Social Clubs in the
,1 Algii it Hotel at H p.m Monda>
I 14.
inces Bard is ir: charge ol
I'keta and serving as entertain-
in i i hairn n are Nal FYled-
as d Moe Reifen
' ili presidents are Samuel Pas-
1 >iana Schwartz.
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OLDEST TEFILUN
FOUND IN ISRAEL
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Prof,
Yigael Yadin, former Chief
of Staff of Israel's armed
forces and one of the conn
ins leading archeologists de
scribed this week a new find
in the Qumran caves near
the Dead Sea nol far from
where the famous Dead Sea
Scrolls were discovered. Prof.
Yadin said a tefiilin tphy-
lacteries) box was found in
one of liic caves. Ceremonial
blessings were inscribed on
animal hide in the style used
now by the Rashj tefilin.
Local Lubavitch Matzoh Campaign
Promotes Passover Seder Rites
A broad campaign to promote
the Biblical precept of eating spe-
nnily l>ak( il Shmurah matzoh dur-
ing the Passover Seder services
was carried out in the Greater
Miami area this week when the
Merkos L'Inyonel Chinuch of the
Lubavitcher Movement distributed
more than SOU packages (.1 the
unique hand baked produced.
Rabbi Abraham Korf, executive
director of the Florida Region <>f
the organization, said that the lo-
cal distribution, which was carried
nut as a public service, was part
of a worldwide effort launched bv
the Lubavitcher Rchhe IS years
ago, to promote the proper obs< i \
ancc of the Biblical injunction lo
commemorate the Exodus from
Egypt.
J "I the packages of Shmu-
rah mat/oh were distributed to
members c,t B'nai B'rith youth
atiot and other Jew ish
grou| s for use urn ing the Si del
rites.
t'niike mass-produced, machine-
baked matzoh, the Shmurah vat i-
etj is hand-baki d and circular in
shape, in stnet accordance with
the description "t Matzoh in the
Book ol Exodus.
Rabbi Korl siri ~se,i the Imp rt-
ance ol the matzoh-eat it
at the S' di i as. the cowmen
tlon "ol tiie founding of thi J< wish
i- a nation." He said the
personal ii >*olvemenl "ol thnar en-
d in hand-baking the Shmu-
rah mat/oli pro> 'I' 'I thi' compli te
fulfillment of the precept that
could n "\ er b duplicate d in the
ine prod
Rabbi Korf also announced the
relocation of the Miami Beach
headquarters ol tin ition
to 1257 Alton Rd.
TIIE I I It sr GERMAN to be
aw anted ary fi Ikiw shi|11 y
Hebrew I'nhersitj is Walter
11 sselbach, a pr imini i I Fi inkl
I :, ker.
THE TRUE SPIRIT OF PASSOVER IS IN
HOME COMING WHY WAIT?
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ISRAEL!
There is a sweet :
It is the sv
For Je* | (
!.' i theruot
I: not just a place t
.-."/ ia the n I
It is not a question ot being "in" or "out".
It is a question of n
And then.suddenly trnm outofnowherv,
11 i there ised Lai .1 The
Land i
y Vei they
do. And Iowa.
Some are people who have saved I
time \o come to is;
People wh m themaelves and

People v rv.
! ich,
to feel. And
But nope
re-
tui n
But: xl we
understand
Wev El -\l. jets and who sell
KL AL tickets must tell use it is a
con rid I thai we By to Israel
from New York -'' times week, including
7 non it
But we must also tell you (twnuse not
i r-\ thing is commercial) that we share
tint stunning moment with you.every time.
BeciUiM it in our niomcnt.too.lt is r," aaj
the sweetness of coming home. LS-S
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Friday, April 4. 1963
Youth Pilgrimage To Israel Is Slated
being ac-
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Zionist )
25. TV- tcvi n-w-k pro^MM
t and travel i
mm
Harry E received the
m oi-the Year" Award of the
. chaptaf c: the American Terr-
s'-- K
and Mn *' ji S :. i.
art in ::.? i were Erorn
Mortimer J. May, Mr. Dejur. Sam Bern-
Mi Sirion, Proies-or Fincus Ncor
. Rific a Miami 3?ttch Mayor Jay Dcrm-
er ar d Rabbi Irvine Lehrman, member of
the oational beard cf the Society.
New Additions Listed By Bureau's Jewish Library

i
1.0
ert 1

p. ontains books in English
iject
s of Judaism, religi n festivals
'. customs phy,
lucetktn. biography, literature.
-story. Zionism ar.d Israel, mar-
Tology. and a Juvenile section.
The Library offers free circula-
on to the Jewish community.
Recer.t additions to the Library
".elude: "Hassidism." by Jerome
!:r.t7. The Joys of Yiddish." by
Leo Rosten; Leo Cohen. Our Man
Damascus," bv Ben Hanan;
' I Fast W
Six Art
-
by Cat
and Tradition." by
Franki I; n [Czechoslo-
vakia and L nds ol our Tin
by Elie Wi > :.
publications ir. Hebrew ar.d Yid-
dish.
The Library a > i contains rec-
ords and fii rtri I which are
available to the 40 Jewish schools
in the community. Among the new
film strips rec ived are "Jerusalem
Restored." "Stamps Tell the Story'
of Israel." "Study of Torah in Is-
ithering I Is
lews ii

5int >:\ :-
: si} nitti con-
-.-- Mrs. Joseph Duntos
man; I-ouis Heiman. cochair-
man: Mrs. Joseph Abetow, Dr. Sig-
mur.d Fogler. Rabbi Sol Lar
Max Mela L Mrs. David Muskat,
Dr. Isaac Dnterman.
College Art Show At Y
A College Art Show consisting
of the best in paintings, graphics
and sculpture by local college stu-
dents will be held at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami. 8500
SW 8th St.. from April 13-18.
CONTROL TOWER
OPERATOR AT LOD:
"Bonjour, Mon
Capitaine,
Welcome to
Israel"
AIR FRANCE
CAPTAIN:
"Shalom, Mon
Ami, a
votre service"
This people-to-people conversation tikes place 24 times a week between
the Lod Control Tower and Air France pilots. And its been going on now for 22 years
For Air France new to Israel* before there was a Iewi>h state and it still
operates 24 weekly flights to Lod from its \j.r.ou-, gateways
Air France, the European Airline with the most flights to Israel loin one of our
"Welcome To Israel" Flight* to thi ancient and modern land.
Fine continental and. upon request Kosher cuisine. Festival in the Sky by Inflight
Motion Pictures, and Stereo available at nominal charge. The friendly
service of multi-lingual hostesses
And after you've seen ISRAEL from the Western Wall in Jerusalem to the vibrant city
of Tel Aviv to sunny Eilat, well swiftly jet you anywhere in the world.
For reservations, see your Travel Agent or Call Air France
(305) 379-6444
a votre strjee
AIR PRANCE
ln( WORLO't LAOt*T NETWORK
August 12,1W7

FOUR MONTH
MK ABOUND
THE WORLD CRUISE
FROM
MIAMI
JUNE 22.1969
SAIL ABOARD THE FIRST CLASS
PASSENGER FREIGHTER M.V. ORIENTAl
ESMARALDA. 22,000 TONS
PORTS OF CAtli
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DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA IOURENCO MARQUES. MO-
ZAMBIQUE a DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA MOMBASA,
KENYA a SINGAPORE a HONG KONG KAOHSIUNG &
KEELUNG, TAIWAN a KOBE. NAGOYA, YOKOHAMA, JA-
PAN a SAN FRANCISCO
All staterooms ore oir-eonditioned, with Twin beds, and
private facilities. Choose single, double, three or four berth
accommodations and relax in luxurious comfort. One clem
accommodations mean the entire ship is yours to enjoy for
your cruising pleasure. Spend hours lazing on deck, swumniag
in the beautiful pool, meeting exciting new friends in the
comfortably appointed lounges, library, bar, dining saloon,
or writing room.
While in port, your" ship 1$ your hotel, with meals on boord,
entertaining shore excursions and a lively shipboard program.
And best of all, the M. V. Oriental Esmarolda stays in each
fascinating port long enough for you to really enjoy your visit
there.
You will particularly savor the excellent food with your
choice of the finest International Cuisine all served in the
gracious dining salon. Complete medicol facilities with a
doctor in attendance are on board for your protection.
No oge limit.
SAFETY INFORMATION:
The M. V. Oriental Esmarolda registered in Liberia meets
International Safety Standards for new ships developed in
1948 and 1966 fire safety requirements.
BURDINE'S
TRAVEL Bureau
fMMMJUOtnOal e 1672 Meridw, Ct........531-6517
MIAMI 22 t Hohr Sc..........................373-1111
FT. lAUPaPAU STOW 113 S. ftnatsw A.S.....3Z5-433B


Friday. April 4, 1S69
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Page 5/2
Hew Group Tours To Greece And Israel Announced By TWA
An exciting variety of planned awaiting tlu' traveler.
grou] air tours to Greece or to-
re are spotlighted In two new,
colorfully illustrated brochures.
Cruises and, or Kuro;>can Itiner-
aries are Included in certain pack-
B :< i
Each brochure contains listings
and prices for fun-filled economy,
first class an rs, i Kin detailed information on
the daily activities In each tour
and more than 50 photographs of
historic and contemporary wonders
American Service
Taps Herskowitz
American Service Corp., a Mlami-
basi d lavindry. linen supply and
dry e'ranint; s -stem, announces the
appointment of Jack L. Hcrsko-
v. it/, a Miami attorney, as cor|R>r-
ati secretary. Previously associat-
ed with the law firm of Smith and
Mandler, Mr. Herskowit/ has been
si rvjng as the firm's general coun-
s< I since 19*>7 and was manager of
American Service's Linen Supply
S rVice division prior to his mili-
tary service in 1962-63.
The company, which oi>eratcs
The 36-page Israel brochure de-
scries all-Israel and combined
ferae] Europe tours. ranging from
two weeks t > three months. Tel
Aviv. Jerusalem, Haifa. Galilee
and other historic cities and sites
-.-. ,.,.-. red on these tO'irs, In ad-
throughout 19->i'. The eomprehen- I ichures pi ivici
. booklet brings to !if> ancient iti ers y information on all t
dition. the combined tours include t**^* T'^T f '",'' '' m,''"t- ''"' '"*' "'^ Pikm '" "'" '' W
such popular European capitals as of A!'oll "'"' Zeu>' ,h" al,:" :ion' \fnr ,ho "no"'V package I iu
Paris. London. Rome and Madrid. 'ne Olympic Stadium and many Greco and S535 for the Israel to
WIG extensive sightseeing in each j others. Crutt.. through the ro- ,-,.,.,. ,,,,,, ;i,. vaihll)lr ,
The 28-page Greece brochure dc- i ,mn,,r Greek ls;' s Bnd the Ac* an your travel agent's office or TV
scribes botn all-Greece and com- j Sea a,v toc,uded- s by calling 377-2519 or wi -
bined Greece Europe trips design- i Tourmasters, inc.. of New York Ing Trans World Airlini s, 228 7 -
< HAXRY MfBSXOlVITZ
! ton s
cla ol "Cinderella
Cleaners" Frei Bel
' B! K. Fill
'c.:i laundry.
I I'MI itl
'fc ......
v. i. d to tb.- All-t :
- ,-. baseball i' ami al liaini
Si hool Mi i! i
1 I ; i-eisity l
i : i. i -iness adn .
degn* I Ihe
:i pi Miami He Is a mem-
i i,: trie Miami I. ach and Flor-
I a: associal Ions. He and his
wife, Kill ii. and then two children
." liami residents.
New Wiu Opened
At Royal Glades
The Royal Glad's Convalescent
m has announc d the opening
<.f i!s newi st l 16-bed facility
ich now cnab'es the Home to
ai ate wings for Medicare
Extended Tare, Geriatric and Cus-
it.li nts, The additl n sl
cility will also provide fully staffed
Nursing, Physical Theraoy, Inha-
i \tiy and Recreational
irtments.
With a -irictly iKosher kitchi n
s< i \ i .. Hi lous mi als, the Home
re] an s sjm cial diets accord-
( doctor's orders. Tun station
wagl ns u i aval abl to transport
B I la.I. s patients to and fr >m
Eta s, doctors' offices or shop*
. :.i is.
I. irati 'I at 16650 w. Dixie Hwy.,
;n Miami B ach, Royal Gladi s
('i.iivtili-s('i M lion'.- is open seven
a w.ek. Staff members in-
clude D:- Akin Stem, director;
Mrs I I 11 Sti in. administrator;
Mrs Samuel, exi I cre-
tary,. a'i'tl Ms'. Shirley Schwltz-
u prmistpitive seen tary.
FufttassMafsssMtton may be ob-
tained by calling 945-7447 or pay-
ing a visit to the home.
MAIL THIS COUPON TO PAY
for full (Mails--or call your TravQl Agont
Send me free 36-page color brochure on
& EUROPE
Send me free 2S-page color brochure on
& EU^gPE
Show me how I can travel INDIVIDUALLY
at LOWEST group fares!...via
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Mail to:
TRANS WORLD AIRLINES, 228-71st St., Miami Beach 33141
or Call TWA at 377-2519.
My Travel Agent is......................................-


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Page 6-C
*JmM HtrkHan
Friday, April 4
Shown making plans for the annual State
ot Israel anniversary celebration dinner of
the South Florida Districts. Zionist Organiza-
tion ot America at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Apnl 20 are (seated, from leftN: Abraham
A. Grunhut, Ezra Finegold and Nathan
H. Darsky, recipient of the 1969 Abba Hillel
Silver Award of the ZOA. Standina (fiom
left) are: Gil Rappaport. executive director
of the ZOA Southeast Reaion; Julius J.
Resenstein. Maitimer May Shimon Peres,
member of the Knesset. Israel's Parliament;
Sidney Raymond and Ben Giller.
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida s Central Highlands A superior sum er
camp program at Florida's First Golt Resort 18- Foe
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tenri s
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimrr ng
vVater skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing Tr
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring avail:
Camp Session Starts
JUNE 28-AUGUST 16
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard
Dept. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
A Vcv y Joyous
VWsovcr
. and '
i
. '-'Se
I
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
rlappu f~ assover Jo _>~t//
merican Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Or* MIAMI BEACH
1655 II A rtk of Lincoln RotiJ
01 Mini &*A.hi Ai -Aii.eiu.an Co"Vr
MOMfS M MaMfl IboMM SHEPARD BROAD Ch-mtn ol Boa'J
Palm Beach Spa
Overlooking lovalv laka Worm in iha haarl o' Palm Baacri. FlondaaM
Special, low 'Spring Fiesta"
(Passover and Easter) Rates:
MAR. 15-APR. 1 5 APR. 1-APR. 15
As low as a* little as
24
18
per day per person double occupancy-FULL AMERICAN PLAN
Rates for new villas and 2-room lanais on request.
THE PALM BEACH SPA GIVES YOU EVERYTHING!
ALL THE LUXURIES OF A MAGNIFICENT RESORT-
ESTATE... ALL THE BENEFITS OF ONE OF THE
WORLDS FINEST HEALTH SPAS.
'araBO>>on end reservations, cell 1-I33-A411 inPelraBi
o- write -o Larry Bo-nan. P.enden. ond Gene-o' Mo-c,*
Poll- Baoch Spo. Polin Beoch. Flo
IS KOSHER L'PESACH
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FROM MR. and MRS.
AL OSTROFSKY and FAMILY
Of THE OSTROFSKY'S
Miami Bagel Bakery
1996 N.W. 22nd St., Miami, NE 5-8441
Will Re-Open Aftei the Holidays with a
Fiesh Supply of Baqels
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MR. & MRS. LEON J. ELL
AND FAMILY
NGS FROM .
ELSIE UNDERGARMENT COMPANY


Friday, April 4. 1969
+ l*i*trk*idr*iun
Page 7-C
Florida Bar Board
Reelects Zukernick
Harry Zukernick has been re-
i Im-I'iI to his sixth two-war term
on the lK>arrt of governors ol the
Kiouda Bar. Also reelected were
Duane Anderson, Edward .1 At-
kins. Robert L. Floyd, Mallory H,
Horton Sam I Silver and J. B.
Spend
Mr. '.' ikernii k has served on tin*
board since 1959 anil lias served a
longer term on the board than any
other Dade County member of tin1
board t: go\ ernors.
A i''-' presidenl of the Miami
Beach Bar Association, he was re-
ripii nl oi the fii si .\u ard ol Merit
. :i iin Mian Beach Bar As-
sociati 'for to thi ^.il pi on ssion."
I[' has also si rved as fiiund< r-
pti sid. I ol YM-YVVHA. pn Sidi nl
nl ';: i l '.i icl 's 'i\ ic League,
|in sidi nl ut Miami Beach B'nai
R'riUj Lodge, chairman of District
l\'i e Boat and as chair-
II \Klt\ /.I KERNH K
man ol the Real Propi rty, Probate
iitiu Trust Law Section ol the Flor-
ida R
\c\> ( Passover Greetings From .

j"aoriet Owe.
2135 Ponce de Leon
Coral Gables
Ph. 445-6166
BARNARD
M T TO.. IX .
113 N.W. 36th STREET
PL 8-5553
BEST WISHES AND
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
A i nl new 32-unit condomin-
i 7 .Hie I 'a ut je Tow i is. i> go-
it .: at Knights Key, Marat ion
i partments nf the new lux-
urj condominium are open daily,
Thi 2 units consist ol 20 two-
oo tw o-bath laj outs; 101
I i^l..... one-bath apartn* I -
and i wo luxurio s penthi >us< -
Kaeh a artmenl terrace overlooks
i i v intic i v. an, the Gull ol
.|i mi or th' breath-takinj* Seven-
lili
,.ii ti atiin s are wall-to-
\ il -at peting, wilk-in closi is and
r v an as, and each i nil
i~ 11in ped with a range, dishwash-
er, refrigerator-freezer, central air
anil i- .i rse-cycle heat.
(it her at 11 actions me I m le a heat-
ed sw im i Ing pool on the oci ai
. idual parking for every car a
drj 11" im and ele\ ator sen Ice.
I.' icati less than two linns
from Miami and 15 minutes from
W st. th Seven-Mile Bridge
rowers is u ithin i as\ acc< ss to
two full) i quippi il goil courses a
w hospital, hardware, \ arii i >.
i.....I and department slon s.
banks, i li mi ntarj. junioi high and
schiiols, as well as a \arietj
ind in 'htcluns, taxi,
i '.ii\ hound, Southi as4 Airlines
ait -taxi sei v ii
Dr. and MRS.
FRED WITKOFF
and family
WISH THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS A
HAPPY PASSOVER
YOUR RENDEZVOUS
WITH HISTORY
I Hi: .IIWIMI NATIONAL FI .Ml
Ol AMERICA
cordially invites you
to participate in its
GALA JNF NATIONAL LEADERSHIP
MISSION TO ISRAEL
.MM: 2D-.il I.Y II. l!Mi!l
$859.00
from New York
Plus Optional Third Week in Rome & London
$984.00 All Inclusive
STAY-al Israel's Finest, De Luxe Hotels
VISITNew Regions and New JNF Sites
9 MEETTop Israel Luminaries
ATTENDSpecial Events and Receptions
OBSERVE-Festive Ith of Juh Obser-
vances at Kennedy Memorial
ENJOY-Special JNF Sightseeing Program
For information and circular, contact
JEWISH NATIONAI FUND
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 538-6464
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
From
WESTCHESTER TRAVEL AGENCY
8445 Coral Way. Miami
Phone 226-5811
Mr. & Mrs JEROME SIMMS
Of
SIMMS
PRINTING COMPANY
116 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
FR 7-4113
A r 0PY PASSOVER TO ALL
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OLTCHICK, Pres.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
KAIFU.W
PRESS
924 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
FR 4-3587
Mr. Joseph Kaufman, Owner
GREETINGS TO
All FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS
.... from JULIUS KES0EN
J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
"Complete Drug Department '
14)0 N. W. 62nd STREET
- 691-2001 -
OUI
NOW FLY TO PARIS
FROM MIAMI
(INDEED WE DO)
Fly the Latin way to the Latin
Quarter. Now you can board a Super DC 8C
fan jet of Aeronaves de Mexico in Miami and fly
through to Paris without change of plane or .
the bother of connecting flights.
All the Aeronaves de Mexico features..
Service and atmosphere as sunny as the
southern route we fly. Gourmet meals that are
literal foretaste of the dining delights ahead
(only ours are complimentary). f
Take the only through flights from)
Miami to Paris. Go the j>e de vivre way.^)
Aeronaves de Mexico..'
Effective April 3. 1969 Subject to Government App
See your travel agent or call
DE^ MEXICO
150 South East Third Avenue, Miami 377-2391
Uttyt: Ootroit-EI Pm (Juerti) Houston -los AngelefMuml
Montreal Htm York MiMftii Toronto Tucion Othor Office*:
lotion Hertford Newer* Sin Dieio S*n Frncico S Juan


Frge 8-C
PAwi&fkw+miry
Friday. Aprfl 4. 19S1
Socbainnes al the Terrace Towers Combined Jewish Ap-
pscd-lszze. emergency Fund Committee ere ail smile* after
:otclir.c plecces rr.-de at the groups annucl break:::;-
v.-.iz- produced a 125 percent increase over 1963. Shown
rxorr. left an Mas Mansfield Mrs. Benjamin F. Stem cr.d
William Agranoee.
Y Sets Plans For Summer Day Camp
?.esr.- now of:
.-. for the VM-YWHA Sun
Mrs. Ed Lus-
cen *n-
- -iT.
The carr.p Of two time
; -iods : -' t.. Jul) W
Croni July 21 through Aug. 15.
Pi n nts children
.- jtx- or both of scions.
Last y. a.- .-.&: a number of
f groups
mid "We don't
nt 1 -ild so we
pan atit i their chil-
n ear.;.
The Day Camp offers
; .; -- ersonneL the en-
t ? tadlrtiei an I ^-aff of the Y
a:-- and crafts.
etitefJcs, Iramatj -> dancing and
es.
Ther* ;.. S| rU Clinics for
1 by the
Staff '
nasties.
bash tbalL
ail and I
In sorr. trara orta-
2
.VHA at -
- st v
n ty in s
rts. tennis
u


field trips to plac-s of interest
beel scheduled Junta and
s Hi : lug* school students can
\isit Cap* K- mtedy. tour Florida
and take overnight trips to the
Florid K
"We are offering a program that
is anell-balanced with both recrea-
.. activities ar..i an enriched
cultural arts program." said Ira
r.metz. program and camp di-
rector. We are interested in the
child as an individual, not just pro-
v idir.g a place for him to go."
Members of th" Camp Commit-
:nclude Mrs. JSy Cohan Mrs.
Herherl WWnfelft Mrs -Robert
Dixon. Mrs Leonard Greenbaum.
Mrs Arthur Roth. Mrs. Arthur
Davis. Mrs Marshall Kleinman
and Kenneth Waks
A/e Are The Wall Covering
Leader in the South!
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO IV=>ERial
WALLTEX'
"IMPERIAL SCRU3SAL
GLENDURA'
7121 N.W. 6th AVE..
758-8791
; HAP= r PASSOVER TO ALL
Josefs
Pastry Shop
.'. "er O*' 1 S' d'd t*o 2nd
5 .er r/eda'c in the
Culinary Art Show at
M B Auditorium 1960
1098 Normandy Dr., M.B.
HAPPY PASSOVER
HOWARD
MCMMAN
PHOTOGRAPHER
1071 N.E. 79th Street
Miami -751-5451
A HAPPY PASSOVER
And
Good Wishes to All
MAN&LEY OF
MIAMI, M\C.
2250 N. MIAMI AVE.
FR 1-8089
Jacob Kaufman &
Aaron Schnider Partners
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ICH IIMOM
III 14.HIS
DKIiiS
14638 Lincoln Boulevard
Miami -235-3551
Greetir.ys To All From
FAMILY DRUGS
"Famous for Prescriptions"
One of N. Miami Beach's Most
Complete Drug Stores
18100 N.E. 19th Avs.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone 945-1131
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SO HI. M\C.
43 N.W. 21st STREET
FR 4-5131
JOSEPH COSENTINO, Pres.
Vrfety Women
To Honor Two
Two protrinent membrs of the
Variety Chit drejft Hospital Wom-
- -.. ha-. -rwd
: M E tgm* Ga-

Mrs. '


' I


it the hospi
.'.
rect Mrs.
wrote the annua
. |
. Hoti ..
Th. W mi n"i C tnn ttei ipon-
sors a number of social events
during the year t" raise funds for
the hospital. In addition, they o;
erate the Gift Shop and t
mcmbeis work as volunteers. Last
..ear. the Women's Committee
raised nearly S90.000 in support of
the hospital.
TO ALL CtmiHGi
SERVICE GLASS &
MIRRORS, INC.
FREE ESTIMATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
Phone 754-S527
759 N.E. 79th Street
Holiday Greetings To Our
Friends and Customers
BOSTON RUG
COMPANY
1250 S. Dixie Hwy
Coral Gables
Phone 665-6521
Good Wishes from .. .
IRVING L. WEXLER
MUZAK
CORP.
Dade and Broward Counties
531-7341
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
TOLIN
MANUFACTURING
CORP.
3729 NW 80th STREET
OX 1-1213
Lerner and Eisenberg
Families
GRE1EN BROOK
CORP.
R. SOLOVCI, President
1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MR. JOSEPH OKUN
Air Conditioning & Appliance
Center, Inc.
The Largest Authorized Factory Retail i Commercial Sales
and Warranty Service Agency
We Service 5 year in Warraniy Sealed Units for
CARRIER FEDDERS WZSTiNCHOUSE R.CJL WHXLPC
TR/- ESTIMA1
. For EXPERT Service & Repairs on ALL MAKCS .
AIR CONDITIONERS 4 REFRIGERATORS
ALSO LEASING
CALL 538-2406
608 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
hAPPf PASSOVER TO ALL
BUM-KIM FIRS
905 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 538-5482

HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SMM\ He I OIFFM RE
6113 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE: MO 5-5395
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
Fashion Mart BWg, 221 NW 1st Court
Miami
HAPPY DASSOVE RTO ALL
UFA #t f \1.ll t W DECORATORS
784 S.E. 8th Street. Hialeah
Phone 838-!0C:
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Ym Nim It'
UMII D SHOr RrPMfc
BASH*
ENTERPRISES INC
Th. F n S">oe Rtpa r & Oyvwtg PiOM Si 8*gi Cc.--_- *
9484 HARDING AVENUE. SUfS.DE FLA. UN 5 5283
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SI IKIMIH ItMl It hit SHOP
"NO APPO.NTMENT NECESSARY '
9490 HARDING AVE., SURFSIDE 866-1551
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
WOLFIPS
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
RIKKl'S STL DIG. /\C.

2256 Coral Way Phone 443-5086
HAPPY PASSOVER TO AIL
ANVIL METALS, INC.
Miami Beach's Only Complete Photo & Art Supplier
840 West 20th St., Hialeah TU 7-5525
LEO BECK
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SI Will FOOIf PllfiMTTS
3615 N.W. 60th STREET
Phone NE 5-1381


Friday. April 4. 1969
* Jewish norkHati
Page 9-C
Rabbi Tibor H. Stem, spiritual leader of
the Jacob C. Cchen Community Synagogue,
Miami Beach, is shown delivering a guest
lecture in the new study hall at Mesivta
Torah Vodcath in Brooklyn, NY., which was
endowed by Jacob C. Cchen, president of
the Miami Beach synagogue. Membars of
the faculty and student body attended the
lecture.
UN. Unit Rejects Soviet Attempt To Bar Rights Plea
GENEVA (JTAI The Soviet
and Ukrainian clHi'Kations to the
United Nations Human Right's
Commission suffered a defeat this
Week when the unit rejected their
efforts to delete from its final re-
pot t .1 statement by the Israeli
delegate attacking the mistreat-
ment of Jews In the Soviet Union.
The Commurisl representatives
were obviously disturbed by the
statement ol Judge Zeev W. Zelt-
nrr oi Tel Aviv which contrasted
the rights, granted all ethnic mi-
norities" ffirtie t'SSR with the re-
pression of Jews and demanded,
"If SovVt Jews cannot live like
Jews in Russia, let them find a
. haven i Isewhere." The statement
charged the USSR with violating
the Human Rights Convention.
trary to the time-honored report-
ing system of the various l.X.
bodies. When the vote was taken,
the Soviet pro|>osal for deletion
vas defi ated seven to six with
The Soviet deli gate demand-*! nine abstentions: the second So
that the stati merit be deleted farni vlet proposal was beaten six to five
the final report. Failing that, he I with 11 abstentions. Voting against
' insisted that direct references to deletion in addition to Israel were
' the Soviet I'nion be deleted and the United States. Britain, France,
that the statement lie ascribed to i New Zealand. Morocco and Ja-
its author, because "my count rv-
, men ought to know who snv?ars
! them." Judtje Zcltnur and his col-
league. Meir Rosenr.e. argued that
such a procedure would Ik- eon-
maica. The Commission's rejiort
will be submitted to the Economic
and Social Council and eventually
to the General Assembly with
Judge Zeltner's statement intact,
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riday, April 4, 1969
f'Jfn a -sf fit rldflat
Van" 11-C
The Passover Quiz
Uv it \Ultl swn 1.1. .i. fox
win is the matzah called "Lechem Oni"?
This is Uv lerm given to the il h in
tlv Bible i 1 > iterunomy 16:31 rhe
"Lechem Oni*' means "the bread **hich
is much iliseussii n" (Ba Ii, P< s
115b i. The word "Oni" thus comes from i
i i t'> 111-w r" and it- usi
junction with Hi-' mat >>li signifies thai man>
questions are asked and answers Riven
over the matz >h. This evident!) rel i to the
series '. questi ns and answers en at the
TaJle.
A second meaning <"f the term is "the
bread of the p< or." "I'mi- Bupiiosed I i be I ic
meaning ol the term .is it is used it Ihc b -
ginning <>t the Seder (Ha Lachma Anj
an explanation for an act which has just been
performed before its recital, I.e. .breaking one
piece o( matzoh in half. The pour man -
this since he is afraid to eat all his bre I
our t.'ii.- lesl he have i difficult time fii
the next pur.'.
Some say it is referred to as tin- bread nf
t ii p tor b c iuse unit a\ i ned bi cad seems
er and impoveiished .i- comi ired t<>
leavened h pad which is puffed up and "en-
I." AUo, unleavened bread takes longer
! digest .iiiit thus the individual .\il! not gel
hungi \ ns so >n as one Ii i c its lea
h I This Is an advanl ige for the poor who
Irj in make th< ir meal last as long .i- p *
Thei e are s n thai the m itzoh
baste
is us. .1 in it- : I hi .. ir man who
--.si- his wife in 11- baking process This is
taken Mum the standpoint ol Jewsh law, to
one to |>articipntc in the baking of
the matzoh in some way. The idea is to ac-
complish the baking process ik fasl .is p.-- -
ble -ii thai there is no dangei ol leavcnii
Bny delay.
Some sa> it is called the bread of the
poor because "i the measure ol a "tenth
t in efah" which is tlv measure ol the flour
rig which the poor man brings as a gac-
rifice iLeviticus 5:1H. This same measure
was prescribed bj some i- the *;/< h ii.e., the amount of flour that
into thr niixtun from which the matzoh is
b iked i
'I'lii' third meaning of Lechi m Oni is the
"bread ol affliction." Tins would then repre-
sent thr bread which tar Israelites li during
their .slavery in Egypt Thr indication is that
ih" Egyptians fed them such bread or all >wi I
them to eal such bread because it wi
longer to digest .mil so they would not be
hungrj again as soon is one who eats lca> i
I and so the) would eal less
It .s also possible that it is called thr
"tion" liecaiise t.'o Israelites
a1,1 nol afford to wait the tint il tak< >
1 id to ,ise since ' -Us in thr shoi test |>erio I i time
In this imi a, some immenl ies ex-
!'; 'ii i itzoh i- ilso s) :. i >1 c of the
ibo it to de-
raoh had
rush to ho n giving their
lo rise du in thi n aff Icti in, the
V'n i ht) this situ il in when Phar-
begsed the n al the end t dep irl as
quickly is jiossible and to c t their bread
quick!) vvithoul waiting for ii to rise. Those
who had been previous!) rushed to work were
fitting!) hurried into salvation (Abudrnhim.
Don Isaac Abarbanel, and .:l-.i Rabbi Nissim
in hs commentary t> Tractate Pesnchimi.
Uhat is ih.- origin ui the "four questions"
which are asked al the Seder table?
These questions are found i in n some-
whal different formi in the Mishnah iPe-
sachim 10:41 From a number of medieval
commentators it seems thai these four ques-
were aski .! by the he id of the table,
ami consequent!) those ai tund him, to point
"'ii and to be impressed with the mam un-
usu .1 acts Hi .t characterize the P a
supper and distil guish it from other meals
the bread at. the herbs are
bitter, thi .- exclusi el)
This iken then as i m< ans ol il >mon-
-'i itiri the exi i i ience ol ou hisl ir) -
felt by us on this verj nighl Later, i u
scholars b) u i .
Ihi 1 ec ime the qua stions tii it thi
isketl of his fat al the table.
Many scholars assume thai while having
the child ask questions it the s ler is
nil y n quired ace irding to the rule ol the
- ol the Mishnah. thi > wi re no) neees-
s.n il) these four questions.
Thr reason foi having the -hildren ask
questions, according to some, is M fulfill the
prophi C) i : thi Bible which ...1 "And it sha I
be when thy son asks you in time to come "
i Exodus 13:111 Everj effort ias exei ted I i
stimulate the children to ask questions to
bring about a Social ic discussim of enlight-
i nment. (Thus man) strong
at the se ler. i
Ii might be p i Ir. .- as ihe gi i de-
ed where -. -rj ,\ II educ tc I,
'hi -> qu lions b a ih" !| icstj as which
are asked by the cliildri n. it is
'"'- thai the children should not be limited
lo asking lust thes questions bil that they
should rather be encou aged lo isk many
more questions,
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Pcge 12-C
Jei Friday. April 4. 13.3
Norman Goldstein.
Attorney, Seeks
Election As Mavor
tt
Attorney Vorman G a
past ; A lath
V nui and of Harmony Lodge
li B"rith. has announced his
for mavor of North Mi-
ni to be
. 15.
I t.'atform em-
- -y of har-
and Bee, an a
-. canita ry sewers
problems.
and
i well as
of tl of the com-
n mil
iti :
I sity of Miami
Law School In 1954. He enl
ra'l-
' a- : .- r ir.
the law firm of Goldstein, Frank-
lin and Chor.in. A member of the
Dad* Count) Florida and Ameri-
Bar Associations, the Acade-
my of Florida Trial Lawyers and
the Americar. Trial Lawyers Asso-
ciate .-. is now president-elect
(f the North Da rle Bar Association.
He s-r.< : for !< years as senior
for the City of
North Miami Beach.
Mr. G who enlist'-.:
I a' th.- age of 17.
I in 194".
Mai in Ri terve. In
1951 h< was n cal
and was

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Among those who participated in the recent life membership
tea of the Greater Miami Chapter, Brandeis University Na-
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farb. membership vice president; Mrs. Lester Segerman.
hostess; Mrs. Herman Leeks, life membership chairman;
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tarticipation >>i Jewish youth in
ampus r volts iv en atii : anti-
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lie Wl Bt.
I >r. P< i n. profes-
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i lecture s- 11 -~ on contemporary
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sciences
"The Ii>-h\ y involven nt of Jew -
ish youth in campus r volts, ("spe-
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negatively al the Jew for his pail
in fom -mint; the unn st." I >i. T in
iaid Ai l-Semil ism w as
not out in the opt n yet, he said.
le "on Midw i st> rn can
unrest is attributed to the East-
erners, which is the designation
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liberal upbringing, rejection ol
middle class values and sensitivity
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
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No. 69 4027
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 82504.A
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I in mahil JOHNSON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' All Creditors s id All Persons '.a\
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[ Vou ,iif hereby notified and reo,ulr-
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1 IIKRI'IK MARIE JOHN'S IX
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it the Count) Judges "I Daue i'. unty,
,i nit- lit -..nit in duple a and
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Klatutc n Iheli offireii in the County
. hi ii i i ...1. t 'ounty. Florid..
[wi'hin -in calendar months from Ihe
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ll .lni. Vk ill be barred
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Miami, Klein.I.i S31.10
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-39J6
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.i IRRAINU WHITTLE
plaintiff
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Ii. OEOROE WHITTLE
Itaaidenc* rnkneiun
You oborce whitti.i-: ar<
bj notified that a Hill >( Complaint
for IMvofot ho* been filed .in.in -t
you and you art. rwiuired in serve a
cop) of y.ui Answer or Pleading to
the- Bill oi *'oiiipktint on ihe plain-
tiff* Attorney, ANOEIX) A AIJ. Ml
Am!>' Hull.lint-'. Miami, Florida, and
fill Ihe original Answer or Pleading
in thi ofl.....i the It rk ..f I he I 'ir-
.u.' Court mi or before the -mIi day
ol Vprll, 1989 If y.ni fall lo do
judgment by default uill be taken
aai i -' you for thi' relief demanded
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Thia notice .--hull be published once
each week f>r mui icinsecutivc weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.e >K 111| \.\
lii.Xi: ANfl OIU>EKEI) ..i Miami,
Florida, thin Hih day ol March A Ii
K I: I.EATHERMAN.
A- Clerk, Circuit Court
I i.nl.- i 'ounl) Florida
H> N A HEW 1:1 T
a- Deputy Cl< rk
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vVciEIA) A AM
Mnaley HuihluiK.
Florida
% f..r Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-4261
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MAXINB KI.I.EX KENNEY,
Plaintiff,
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JOHN JOSEPH KENNEY,
Dafuwlgnl
TO .H)HN JOSEPH KENNET
c/o Alice Pacliia
1101 East 9'Jnd Street
Krooklvn. New York
You. JOHN JOSEPH KENNEY, are
hereby notified that .1 Hill ol Com-
plaint for Divorce, has been filed
gainatt you, and you are required
In Mrvf ;i copy of your Anawer or
Pleading to the llill "f Cnmplali '
on Ihe Plaintiff- attorney, JEKRY A
lll'RNS. ISO I.in.oin Itoad, Suite 214
II Miami Hi 11 1 Floi Ida II 19 ., il
file Ihe original Ann r m I", itdlnu
In 'I offli ..I ihe Clerk ol ihe cir
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1 Complaint
Khali on1
each week for four coiieecutlvi
In Tl I B JEWISH I'l IHIDI \ N
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K !i LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
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M.i.iiM I'l.'k
JERRY A HI'ltVS BSQl'IKE
ISO I.i.1^..In ...,.1. Rulti 2M-218
Miami Reach, Florida 13139
\ lorney for Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 695012
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LILLIAN Ft lhvine
Plaintiff
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Defendant
TO JOSEPH I.KVIXK
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Yon. JOSEPH IJDVINR, .ir. hereby
poHfM that .1 Hill of I'oni.il.iH.t for
Divorce has been filed ajrainat you
ami ynu are re of your Anrwer or Pleading lo ihe Hill
"f rmnlalnt on th.- Plalntlfra at-
t'.iioy. HAV1D IJBVINB, Itni v \v
17 Av. Miami. Pla and rile the
original Anawer or Pleading m the
,,1'iir-.. of the Clerk of ih.- Circuit f>mrt
on or before ine 19th day of April
IMI9 If vou fail to do sn, iudcmonl
b) default will be taken ugalnat >-on
for the relief di manded In th.- Hill of
fnmniaint.
This notice Khali be nubllahed once
earh week for four conaecutive eka
In THE JI-^V ISH l'loitii.iAX
MONK AM' oRI>RRKD at Miami.
Florida, this i'.Mh day of Man h AM
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I'irt-uit Court, Maih County, Plorlda
E. It, 1 i:\thehman. Clerk
Hy: S A HBWETT
Denuty 1 It rk
(Circuit 1 'ourl Seal)
DAVID LEV INK
Ifol N W 17lh Avenue
Mtagai. Rteridg 3ts.
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BY HENRY LEONARD

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LEGAL NOTICE
"Tn the countyjudges court
in and for dade county.
florida in probate
No. 82SS2-C
In RE delate of
MINNIE KEINBERO .1 k a
Ml s'NIE PINK HI.
I .-'.-a.-.-'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All I >' 'Ii'"! ..-tl \ll Pi i-.ii- II. IV
rialma or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
\> 11 .ir.- hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaenl ari\ claim* and demanda
which \>u may have aaalnsi Ihe --
tat< ..( MINNIE FE1NBBRO .. k a
MINNIE FINKEI. deceased late ol
Dadi County, Florida, to Ihe Country
Judges of Made County, nnd file Ihe
Kami in rtuplleati and a-- provided In
Section Trtli'.. Flm da Statules, In
Ihelr offices In the Counts Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
1 nlot dar mi ntbs fn >m 1 hi 1 Ime i-r
ih.- first publication lir...i. or the
in. will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, thia 7th
daj ol March, \ M
I.' -els FEINIIKRC
As i:\e,-uli.r
First public ntion of thi- notice On
the L'lsi day of Mar. h, 1969
, MtVIMi CYPBN l-.WS 1 iKI-'li KS
Attorneys for Executor
H2S Arthur Dodfrej Kimd
Miami 1 leach. Florida .nun
3 21-21 4 4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 82723
In RE: Kstat. of
I.e.|'is HRWERMAN
Dec eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing I'laim* or Demands Against Bald
Estate :
Y-.u arc hereby notified and requir-
ed I*, present an) claims ^">i demands
which vou may have against the
its of UH'IS RRAVEIUtAN de-
ceased 1.lit of Mule County, Florida,
In ih. Count) ludgea of M.i.l. County,
and file Ins same In duplicate and as
pro\ .! Si mi in ih. .r fii. .- in ih. County
1 11 u<. 11 1I11 1 11 Florida.
inn i\ .1. ndiir in....ih- from the
flrsl iiuldl
in. \ ill I., barn .1
Daii 1 .,1 \i: mil Floi 'I., il II
da) of 'H
1-1 l'.\: I. r.K \ \ KR.M \ \
, 1 I.II.I.IAX HOI.AXM
\- Kxciul
!' pui. 1. atlon of thii
ih. lit i da) oi March, 1
.'. ISEPH W \l il.EK. ESy
Allot ne) lor Kxei utoi -
:'... Lincoln Road,
Miami Ueai h, Florida
J/21--'* 0/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-4944
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIERM v\ RlOt*.
Plaintiff
CAI.VES'IA RIOl',
Defendant
T" CAIA'ENIA RlOt*.
Vou, CA1.VBNIA RIC >C. arc hereh)
I thai a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed ngntnal you,
nnd you are required l. set \. .1 np)
of vein- A ns .1 ..1- ci. .1 Ih L- lo ih.
Hill or Complaint on th.- Plaintiff's
nttnrney, AIA'IN HOODMAN, <;...., 1 -
in.,11 \- Hnltgmnn, ':.". Concord Hudd-
me Miami. Florida SSI.in and file
Ho- original Answer or Pleading in Ihe
office of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit ''"ini
..'i or before the 2nd da) ol Ma) 1969
If \..u f.nl 10 .Jo -1. Judgmc ui by de-
fault ill he tak.ii against you for
thi relief demanded In Ihe Hill of
omplainl
This notice shall he published once
each we.-k for Tour consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH KlolilMlw
DONE ANM ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, Ihis _'lth day of March AD
E Ii I i:\THEItMAX Clerk
On mi Court. Mad.. Countv, Florida
By: MAROI'ERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
fCircull Court Seal)
GOODMAN HOI.TZMAX
304 Concord Ituilclini;
Miami. Florida Ml in
Attorneys (or Plaintiff
28 4/4-tl -!*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 81842-C
I" Hi: Estate of
ANN I'HH.I.II'S
|>,H ea-ed
NOTICE OF PBoBTE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al.l. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE oF SAID DECE-
DENT.
You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purportinir to be
The last will and testament of said
decedent ha-s been admitted 10 pro-
' hate in said Court. You are hereby
: rommanded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
' of this notice to appear in said Court
' and show cause, if any you can. wh)
ih,- action of said Court in admitting
; said will to probate should not i.,:,.|
imrevoked
OEOROB T CIA.RK
County .Tudee
By: MEI.KA c. DICX
il. rk
DAVID THBOlM-iHK- BERO, ESQ.
Atfornoy at lw
Attorney for Estate
101 Mad. Federal Klclg.
Miami. Florida. 1.11.11
First puhlii'iilion of this notice on
ih.- msi day ..f March, 196*
1 81-28 4/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Cate No. 68-18210
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAVID I HI I" 'I.I'll.
Plaintiff
PATRICI \ l: KIM' H.P.
I', lend.till
tj PATRICIA R RPDOI.F
\ I'T H 1:1:1. A1RE ROAD
Orleai I u
Vi if, I' \ rRK 1 \ I! I'l 1.. I'll, are
h. 1. fled thai Col 1..1
Divorce ha been filed I you
II are required 1 servi 1 cop)
..i your A m a 1 or Pleading Ihe
fni 1..... ,n 1 h,. p
mi attorney, ItOXAI.I) I. DAVIS,
1:.-..' Ill lllscayne llu I I W
Flagler Street. .Miami. Florida
PI....... ::7'i .- .1. and file the ongl ml
Answer nr Pleading in Ihe 1 -ffii ol
Ihe cu rk of the Circuit "ourl .....
before ih.- !..ih day oi April 1969 tl
you fall to do so, 1111len1.nl i.y cle-
ull will he taken against you for the
.ii.1 demanded In the Complaint
. for Divorce
This Notice -hall he published once
... Ii week for four 141 consecutive
week! in the JEWISH I'l.oiiiM'As\
DONE ANM ORDERED, at Miami.
Florida, thin 26th day of March, 19:9.
B. n IJCATHERMAN,
flerk. Circuit Court
Made Countv Florida
By: N a_ iihtwhtt
iw-putv Clerk
circuit Court Seal)
3/28 4/4-11-IM
IECAI NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69-4317
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KAREN W ILL!A.ME,
Plain
ASTI.LY \\ II.I.IAMS.
1 '. ten.lam
TO ASTLEY WILLIAMS
2H S..UII1 Hotel
K.nei.i. Kingston Id, Jan
You A ST I .HY WILLIAMS
1 by notified thai B Hill ..r Com-
plain I 101 Divorce has bean filed
against you. and you are required to
serve .1 iepj "f your Answer or PI. .-I
iiik lo The Hill ..f Complaint an th'
Plaintiff's attorney, LEONARD ED
H \LM ABEU I7SLI 120 I .....11
Road Miami Iteach, Floi da .... .1
file ii,. original Answer or Pleading
in The office "f the c'lerl ol ihe Cir-
cuit Cciurl mi or before Ihe 2Snd day
"f April. 1969 If y.u fail to do so,
ludgmeni b) default --- 11 be taken
againsl yog for the rellel demanded
in ih- Rill ..f '..1111.1.
, DONB AND >RDERET1 al M
: Florida, this i:;th day ol March,
, 1969.
K H IJCATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Made CnunM. Florida
By: I. BNEBDEN
Deputy ''hrk
" uil Court Sea! I
i.Li'.SAI-.M EDWARD AHKi. i:s'j
tjii Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida I 19
I Attorney for Plalntlfl
1 21-28 ','1-1.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. .1 ICE IS 11 l-:iiI-:I:Y IHVEN II '
1 he u1 I'
huslni undei he nu
CORAL WINIH '\\ i'l KAN I
MAINTENANCK COMPANY I P
Un> 1. .: ':..hi. Floi 1
aid 1 .tin-
1 -|,i k ol Ihe rcuil 10 1 .1 I'
i 'ounl ^ K
KOKBRT K FINK
H iei I-. 11 '1.msi'i:i X
' JOSEPH II VI U'NU
A Hot nc i : ir
KOHKRT I' FINK
JOEL 1: HI .i.msti:i\
. 1 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\n"li i; IS HEREBY '
Ihe uncli rs u n. d, de Irinu
busl neas U del Ihi fictitiou nami
. BLLH iT'l' c 11 IHEX, M 1 > .11 Is
Mi 1 diati Avc i ii- Miami 1 : 1. F
! nla ml- !' 1
name wltl thi 1 lerk of the fit
Court of Dade Count) Florida
i:i,l.i. ITT CI 'II i: V M I I' V
- Meridian A venue
Miami Beach, Flor tl 1
SPARBEK f. Ri 'SKIN P A
Attornei lor
BUJi ITT r COHEN, M 0 PA.
l"" N IliKoaJhii T'.iv.l
Miami, Florida I I
- 1 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undcHvlgnad, dealrmg to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HAlti-EUiNA HIIIJUNOat 9ti6 Ponce
de liii Houlivard, Coral GaMejt,
l-'loridu Intends to register said name
iih The Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Mad.- County, Florida.
HEJtHERT H"AU>
Attorney at 1 -*w
i 1 4/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82384
In RE: 1-Vilate of
RICHARD F ROCK
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and .mi Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and reoiiir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which >ou may nave ag.ilnst Ihe
estate of bichard E m'K deceas-
ed late of Ihidc County. Florid:u to
Ihe County Judgeg of fhide Cnuntv.
and file the same In duplicate and
as nmvlded In Bactlon 73S.14, l-'k.rida
Statutes, hi ih. ir offices in th. County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of rhe first publication hereof,
or the same h ill ie harm Mated al Miami, Florida. Tin- I l!li
daj ol March, A m 1.....
MELY IV FINN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the list day 01 Mai. tl, 1961
MHIA'IN FfNN
Attorney
llu Hiseayne Huildlnt!
Miami. Fin 13196
3 21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-4531
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIE P BODOE8.
Plaintiff,
HARVEY 11 HODOBS, IP. .
Defendant.
TO: HARVEY is HODOBS JR.
1 'ttited Binles M.irities
V MFA :II4 F/L
I'l'i i San Francisco,
Calif !......._
Vou HARVEY l: HODOES 11'.
are hereby notified thai .. Rill of
Complaint for Dlyon has be.
1 against you and you are require d lo
serve a opy of your Answer "r Plead-
ing lo ihe Hill of C'omplal-111 011 lue
Plaintiffs attorney, JERRY \
lll'RNS, BSgi'IRE, ::." [Jncoln 11
Suite .'1 1-218, Miami itc nch, ''
' 19 and fih Ihe original An
Pleading In Ihi offli -i 11.....
a Ihe 1 'ir.uil 1 'ourl mi or befn
-''i'l' tiny "f April, IliiHi li nu fall in
do -... judgmi ni lo ii. i:,uit u 'l I..-
taken iiguinsl you for thi in. 1 dc -
m 11 ded in the Bill of 1 impluitil
This notii shall be pub I 1
a. h u e< k for four ........ un .. \.. 1 -
111 THE JEWISH FL'-HUMAN'
DONE ANM 1 IRDERED al Mi.,no.
Floi Ida, this 17th clay of Man 1 A U
11"'.'.'
K H I.EATHERMAN
Cu. mi Court, Dade Count' Floi da
lij I. s\i-:,-.i ..:.;
Deputy ri. 11.
(Circuit 1 1 urt Seal)
JERRY A lll'RNS, ESQCIRE
ISO Lincoln (load, sun.- 2l4-2ls
I .Miami Bea. h, Florida :::: 1 :;:
i Attorney for Plaintiff
:: :l -28 l/4-ll
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79376-B
IX RE: Estate of
HERBERT COH.N,
Me. a-. I
NoTICKOF INTENTION To MAKK
Al'l'l.li'.vrii >\ I'nR MISTRIIII'TloX
AM" FINAL DISCHARGE
N'i ITICB 1- hereby given that I have
iil-d Ihe Final Report ami Petition
for Ihstrihution and Final Discharge
as i:\i-:i 'i THIN and thai on Ihe I ith
day ot April, 1969 ill applj lo
Honorable Count} Judges of Dade
i'..iinii. Florida, for approval ol said
Final Report nnd foi distribution ancl
final dls4'harge a- I'^xecutrlx ol
estate of Ihi alien nann .1 ih edein
Tin- 21st da) M .. 1 ...
Hi IKE SCHREIDELU Km Utrlx
KCBT W i:i.LIS' il
7 Vlnieria \ \. mi.
1
.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80434-B
I n BI
ISIE S SAVODXIK
Is eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 To All Creel VII Persei
iiik t'lalma ..1 I.. in.t'i.l- Againsl Said
: Ksi.it.
You an hereby notified and rcriulr
eel 1.. in. -.ni an> claims ami demands
which you may have ngamal Ihe --
late "I ISIE S SAVODXIK deceased
I late of Made County, Florida, 10 I
County Judges >t Dude County, and
file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statute-, in their offices In Ihe Count)
Courthouse In Dude County, Florida.
within six calendar months from tin
time of ihe first publication hereol
or the same will be barred.
Mai.-d at Miami. Florida, thia lttl.
daj ..1 March, am 1969
BECK IE s RAVI >DXIK
A- K\ First publication of this n...... on
tin 21st da] "f .March. 1941
SCHONFEIJ) FF.I.I'.MAN
Attorne-y tor Kx.'t'UlriX
hl'4 Blscayne Huikinu;
19 \v. Flagler, .Miami, Florida
3 .'l-'-'s 1/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA.
No. 69-4409
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SANDRA Low 'FRY
Plaintiff.
re
' STKVE I.OWKRY
Daiendant,
vi if. STEVE IOWERY, residence
[6**9 Lister Sir..1 Spartenburg, South
Carolina, are required to file your
.iii-Aver to tin complaint for divorce
with th.- .'It rk of the above rouri
.and serve a cop] thereof upon. Her-
man Cohen, F,- ItMir on 01 before, April 21, 1969 "i
, i-e romplalnl vk ill be taken as con-
fe,sed
DATED: March, 18, IMt.
1: 11 i.i: VTIIERM.W
Clerk of th. cir. uii emu 1
:: 21-86 4 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tl\ BN tl -
Ihi undersignefcd, de Ii engage
business under ch. fictitious
SVIA AN SCH" 'lv.. M M al '.- M
dlan Avenue, Miami Reach, Florl
33139 Intends to re glstei sa d 1
with Ihe ci.rk ..1 ih. 1 'it. u 1 .
<-r Mole Cnuijt\. Florida
SYLVAN SCHOTZ, M D P A
1686 Mi ri.ti., Ave nui
Miami H.a'h. Florida
SPARIIKR A Hi'SKIN' P A
Attorne1 tor
SYLVAN BCHOTK, M M P \
|M N n -. ayne nu.i
Mi.un I'lornla 13132
:m 1
notice under
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN tl r
tin u lerslgneMl, dei iling ...
bus -- in oi. the fii titl 11
HALi'irn-: interior ni S" T-.
mh .... -.. imi, Florida fnten -
I.. 1 .1 I am. Wltl 'I.
of ihi 1.11" I' in 1 of I lade 1'oum .
1.1.,
\'l ,' 'EDK.S \1< 'Ml" .
1 v \i i;i| Btree!
11 mil '"'' r .'..
'
NOTICE UNOFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V' ITU I-: IS HEREBY i i v s II
the undersigned, 1I1 g to engage I
business uncle-r llie fictitious nami
AI.S Al'i'i 1 tiLABS \- I' >l 'K at 1
.'ii.. ler said
Wllb the I'lerl 11 I '11
of Dade County, Fl
.'ll \RI is XEPM \N
;: 21 -_; 1/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-5'49
SU'T FOR DIVORCE
Ji 'H\ m VTTBEW H \M'i:i:s"\
Plaintiff,
\ -
1 El l/.A Mai'FADDKX RAXDHHSoN
Defendant
Tl RI '/ \ M -I-' MM'BV
II VNDERBON
I:. ilence Cnknown
^..|| HI IZA Mai FADDEN R \^
I DBRSON are herehj not if led that
liill .a 1 'omnlainl for I "\ n-i hs
1..... igafnsi you, and you 1
reqult eel I on} of oui A -v
er or I". .....'
the I'l.111 : ni -
HI \'"i' nnd II .1:1.1.. Ill I ni
Plain tvnti'i Miam Florid '
and I Answei r Plenei
il-
.'" 1 urt 1 liefon
-
uil
u 1
Ihe Hill C01 piainl
: 11'
11 11
fin || .- -11 oRIH
I.. \ !' VXD Oltl iEREI al
i- ih el r M \ l>
lATHER.MAN 1
..... ..
|(i p COPEI VNP
1'. .111 \ Clerk
1 'mil S. il 1
' 1 DEI I.
1:11 lui Plant C. ni. r
Floridn
I \ for I'l .
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. 69-5273
f IRYN TREES,
P itiff,
LARRY OMER TRBE8
1.... 1 .1 1 11
TO: 1 ARRY OMER TREES
K. ,, 1 .ot \|.t- N'., I
. Ill.....In 'onrt
Greenfield, Indiana 16140
You. I ARRY OMER 1 HEES, m
hereby notified that a Bill of Com
piainl for Divorce has been file
againsl you, and you are required! 1
serve a cony erf your Answer m
Pleading lo the Rill of Complaint nr
the Plaint ff"i attorney, vex ZAMFT
\- smith. I5'2 rapital Bank Bulsl
IntK Miami. Florida 331S2. and Hi
the original Agfswer or Pleading 1
the office of the clerk of th.- Ctrcall
Court on or before the !*tli day o>
: May, 1969 if vou rail to do so fuek
111. nt hv default ill be taken againsl
vou for ih.- relief demanded In if
Bill of Cnmnlaint
This notice shall be publi-lie-d one
each week 'or four consecutive week
,11 THE JEWISH l'li'KlMIAN
DONE A\M OBDERED ai Miami
Florida, ihis 2*th daj ol March AM
!,;.
F R I KATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Countv Florida
RS S \ HBWETT
Denuty Clerk
I'l 1 '.....I s
\ l> \ Ml'' SMITH
il 1: ml Rldg.
i ,,, p|, 1 ,1 .
1 In ... '..1 Plaintiff
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iJewjisli Floridian
Miami Florida Friday, April 4. 1969
Section D
THE LESSON OF PASSCN&g
' ... :
Jewish Identification And Survival
i:l
BySANKORD SOLENDEB
Any approach to Jewish sur-
vival based upon withdrawal of
the Jew. wholly or partially,
from the broad American com-
munity is totally untenable in
this age. Jewish survival must
envisage Jewish Identity as be-
ing consistent with and parallel
to full Jewish Involvement in
American life. The weakening
of Jewish Identity and the alien-
ation of Jews from Jewish life
must be met with vigorous and
affirmative programs. But to
reach for isolation as a means
of achieving this is vain and
futile.
Those who preach separation
of any' group, white or black.
Jewish or non-Jewish, from the
whole society as the path to
identity, pride and self-regard
gravely misread the meaning of
a free society. A group can cul-
tivate its integrity in an o|ien
society by well-designed pro-
grams of group education and
action. The ways of democracy
make it possible to do so. even
as members of such groups
share In the freedom afforded
by the society as a whole.
Pluralism as a basic tenet of
a social system cannot be turn-
ed on ami off at will. Those who
tamper with it today for Imme-
diate gain dare not take for
granti d that the blessings of a
plural society inevitably will tie
here tomorrow. Such people are
indulging in a risk which may
imperil the whole principle of
the sanctity of group differ-
ences in American life. Plur-
alism must be cultivated and
nurtured through constant re-
affirmation and practice, lest it
wither and die.
The present day confronta-
tion in America deals with the
preservation of a society which
honors difference and draws
upon it for enrichment. While
we fight vigorously to strike at
the imperfections in the system
which breed prejudice, discrim-
ination and denial of human
rights, we must be vigilant in
our (!c f( nse ol the system itself,
We must shape our group strat-
i .'i' -. so that we meet our group
needs within this context.
Jewish survival means the
perpetuation of a civilization
which is dynamic and contem-
porary. It signifies the enduring
of a |H-ople with a continuity
born of its religion, its historical
experience, its art forms, and
its inner \ alues. It is the con-
tinuance of a force which can
animate the life of Jews per-
sonally, their groups, their com-
munities and their contributions
to the larger world in which
they live.
Such Jewish survival can be
realized only through modern
dueational enterprises. The na-
ture.of the |>eople must be com-
municated, knowledge-wise and
experientially, through the fam-
ily, thi' synagogue, the class-
room, the club and the commu-
nity. What is taught must ion..'
through repli te with meaning
for living in the complex and
troubh d wot .! of today.
There are those who argue
Jewish survival through a
small but learnt d saving rem-
nant. Let us forsake the hop -
l< ss tasK o. educating the mass-
es of Jews, they say, Instead
let us concentrate on the lite
that small group which will
keep the light of Jewish sur-
v Ival afire.
Such eouns, 1 of despair must
be ri ji cted out of hand. Our in-
tegrity as Ji vvs lies in our peo-
plehood: In the awareness by
each of us that we are Identified
with and interdependent with
our fellow-Jews, and are the
proud inheritors of a great heri-
tage. Grouo survival entails
(Continued <> I'age 13)


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THE STANLEY S. WATTS AGENCY
1OC ttSCATNC tOUlEVAftD. tosh ROOK
MLAMJ. FLOtTOA
371-5691
Dual Struggle:-Progress And Peace
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Heating find Air
Conditioning Co.
UtSN.W 72ndST*HT
D.al 836-7683
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
4t75 N W 77th Ave
To
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DON'S DRUGS
6234 S Btotg H*y
hone 667-3684
M. H ROSENTHAL
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Metro
Equipment
2145 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Hoi da/ Greetings
Juanito's
Centro Vasco
Restaurant
2235 S.W 8th Street
Miami, Florida
To A Our F-
Bennett Optical
Service
918 Ea*i 25>h Street
747 Wo*. 49'r. S"eet
Hialeah, Florida
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SPHLERS
DRUGS
8227 SW. 124!h Street
Telephone 238-6041
Phone 888-4641
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By LEON H. IEYSEHLDIG
More than two decade* have rolled
by scnce the State of Israel came into
being. From tze to tone during this
period, there were those who felt thee the
economic seif-sufhcieocy of the new na-
tion was jusr around toe comer, or al
worst only a its-* years rwey Why has
this goai no yet beer, ccb.eved. end why
does ^ r.o longer seem possible of full
cdKBBment within me very near future?
The enswer is not to be found in any
shortcomings among the people of Israel
or theu leadersh.p. If bard work, sound
planning, and bold bat realistic goals
could have done the job, Israel would
have cchievec by now that high decree
of economic independence toward which
every fiber of hs being has been and still
is being directed. But developments be-
yond the control of the Stale, or beyond
its control without abandonment of its
humanitarian purposes and indeed, sur-
render of its very life, have postponed
into the indefinite future the consumma-
tion so devoutly to be washed.
The humanitarian factor contributing
to this postponement hm been the con-
tinued flow of immigrants to the home-
land. The reasons for this need not be
stated to those who know what is going
on around the world, or who know the
ratsou d'etre of Israel itself. During the
1960s, immigration has continued at cm
aveTcge annual rate of about 1.5 percent
cf the currer.: population.
In the long run. the enlargement of
the poDuiation of Israel through immi-
gration strengthens the economic base
and even adds to per capita output. This
is not mere speculative theory; it has al-
ready happened to Israel during the past
two decades. But m the short run. immi-
grants consume before they can produce.
This augments the problems of econom.c
achievement end defense.
Another reason for indefinite postpone-
ment of economic self-sufficiency hes
K oBtinuf-d on !'._ 1)
o all those
of the Jewish faith
in our community
your friends at
America's Oldest Federal
extend sincere best wishes
for happiness
in the Passover Season.


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Holiday Greetinqs
NELSON'S PHARMACY
Prescription Specialists
BOB NEISON
Drugs
% Cosmetics
% Sundries
# Free Delivery
6939 S W. 57th AVENUE
COKAL GABIES
Phone 666-4425
Holiday Gieetincji
CONCOR D
CAFETERIA
1921 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Phone JE 4-4883
COMPLIMENTS OF
NYLON
EXTERMINATORS
270 N.E. 21st St.
FR 1-6904
DR. AND MRS.
HARRY RIMER
daughters Andrea & Linda
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
to their
Relatives and Friends
CARUSO ORNAMENTAL
IRON WORKS
CRIllWORK
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK
2732 N. W. 34th STREET
Stimulated by Israel Bond investment iunds. all phases of
Israel's chemicals and minerals industries have grown rapidly.
The expanded phosphate plant at Oron utilizes a superior
process, whereby calcite and lime as well as organic matter
are removed from the mineral-bearing rock to produce a
higher grade of phosphates. Worker is shown at the new
calcination plant, a key installation in the process. Exports
of phosphates, which totaled 750,000 tons last year, are ex-
pected to reach the million ton mark annually in the near
future with the aid of Israel Bond funds.
The Officers and Directors and Staff
of
BANK OF KENDALL
for
,i Happy Passe. i
8601 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, MIAMI
The Only Drive-Up, Drive-In Bank
in the Dadeland Area
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
HOWARDS SUPER LIQUORS
Lowest Prices Best Service on Miami Beach
FREE DELIVERY JE 8-4445
SY HOWARD CY G0TFRIED
515 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO
OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
WADDELL and REED
INCORPORATED
National Distributors of United
Funds. Group of Mutual Funds.
Prospectus on Request Call
J. A. (Jim) Freedman, Div. Mgr. 444-5777
479 Biltmore Way
Coral Gables, Florida
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Mil TAYLOR, l\.
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE, HIALEAH
A Happy Passover
EEXIE AT
A SAYKXU!
* AIL ALUMINUM "GOLDEN UKK
fc ALUMINIZED CHAIN LINK
FHA FINANCED
NO MONEY DOWN
PHONE TU 5-1446
fOftl LAUulRDAtt JA 3-1326
* COLOR WEVE STRIPS IN COLORS
(privacy without upkeep)
* GALVANIZED CHAIN LINK
* REED PATIO SCREEN
-* SAF-T-IINK |" MESH CHAIN LINK
* PLASTC COVERED CHAIN LINK
MASTERS, IXC.
'The Company (o co.'l is the one
thor fios them all '."
7101 N.W. 69th AVE.
P.O. Box 35 666
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
VAN'S EQUIPMENT RENTALS
MACHINERY RENTALS
Fork Lift Trucks Air Hammers
Concrete Saws Generators, Etc.
Daily, Weekly & Monthly Rentals
WE DELIVER
1830 N.W. 20th Street Phone NE 5-8712
Holiday Greetings To All My Friends and Customers
NORGE LAUNDRY & CLEANING VILLAGE
5890 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Phone 758-6041
Dry Cleaning Drapes Curtains
8 LBS. FOR $2.00
MIKE WISOTSKY, SR., PROP.
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FROM CARL KAPLAN
Oliver Manor
Nursing Home
1255 N.E. 135th ST., N. MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
Holiday Greetings From
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING
ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone: 633-6338
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
& 0. TEXTILE COL 1X0 .
217 N.W 25th Street, Miami
PHONE: 6330108
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
PAIL i m:i:n
Furs Sweaters Ribbon Knits Now at 2 Locations
2205 Collins Ave. (Holiday Inn) 1513 Washington Ave.
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
THOMAS D. O'MALLEY
YOUR METRO COMM'S'IONER
GREETINGS
ENDURANCE FLOOR CO., INC.
"FLOOR COVERING CONTRACTORS"
Residential and Commercial
13900 NW 7 th AVENUE Ph. MU 1-4923


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NUTA'S MARINE
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MELANDOR NURSERY
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
CLUB. RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS
UNION LOCAL 133, A Ft CIO
AL GONZALEZ. Jr.. President
MORRIS G DRAPK1N. Secretary Treasurer
71 NE 2nd AVE., Miami Phone FR 3 7603
TO ALL ..GREETINGS
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USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
/35 N.W. 79lri STREET Phone 751-6084
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a time to recall
the escape by the children of Israel
to the Promised Land ...
and to pray tor the long-awaited
fulfillment of that promise.
The Miami Beach First National Bank
Frank j. Smathers, Jr., Chairman of the Board
Lincoln Mall at Alton Road, Miami Beach Phone 531-0711
1f"k. FDIC MEMBER. V> __
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GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
NEW LOCATION
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
GREETINGS TO AIL
ROBIN PHARMACY
Utility Payments & Money Orders
Free Delivery
9920 N. W. 27th AVENUE
- 696-1221 -
Ml. U0 CIMENT
f fh
DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO.
EXTENDS
in AH His Friends and Patrons
HOI 1NGS
HAPPY PASSOVER
CAROLINES
MASSAGE
STEAM
1519 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 538-1785
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
HONEY & TOM
JONES
SETTLEDOWNS
1764 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
373-9571
The impact of Israel Bonds on Israel's economic growth is
dramatically demonstrated in the construction of the new
Arad Chemical Industries complex between Arad and Dimona.
both of which are development towns that were also created
with Israel Bond funds. Shown above is the sand tower
which will be used to process the hydrochloric and phos-
phoric acids produced there. Skilled workmen are placing to-
gether steel sections us-d for the base of the reactor. Upon
completion, the plant will produce 166,000 tons of these acids
annually, and employ over 300 workers. With the aid of Is-
rael Bonds, Israel will now b? able to refine and convert
raw chemical materials locally, and export them.
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS. DAVID L. POST
Tint'n Curl
Beauty Salon
Flair Fashions in Hair
Beauty Salon
18346 N.W. 7th Ave. 163rd St. Shopping Cntr.
1401 N.E. 163rd Street
NA 4-3331 Arcade Building
Wl 7-7456
BEAU RIVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
"9115 COLLINS AVENUE
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
GENE STETZEL IMC
FINE GRADING FRONT END LOADER!
LARGE & SMALL DOZER SERVICE
TRUCKING
8901 SW 32nd STREET 221-0175
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MASTER HOST CATERERS
4001 N.W. 31st AVENUE
HERSCHEL LEVY Phone 633-8066
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GOOD ART at MODERATE PRICES
ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS by WILL KNOWN ARTISTS
u,//v m;m# u i v & sow
6992 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach (Corner 71st St.) UN 5-3181
Holiday Greetinqs From .
CARLSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
554 N.W. 54th ST. PL 9-5716
Paqe 5-D
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
230 NW 5th STREET
Miami
BEST WISHES for a
HAPPY HOLIDAY
ALLIED STEEL PRODUCTS
7800 NW 37th AVENUE
Miami, Florida
Greetings to Our Many Friends
ami Policyholders
The Farrington-Maler Agency
1401 S. \V. First Street
371-2682
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL.
YAGER SPORTSWEAR OF MIAMI, Inc.
4593 E. 10th Avenue Ph. 688-9606
'MR. PbVPERNIK Mt! HAPPv!
PASSOVER For that ext-a noli--
' day touch visit PumpemiK'i Pan-
try and partake of such Passove- .
delicacies as Honey Cake "ade
with mead and honey wine d -ect
from Israel; Marzipan candies i
vored for the Qods with the tast ,
est of liqueurs; palate tempt g ,
Pa'ast man sponge cakes; c*oco
late, rum and coconut macaroon
and t mouth, watering se'ect:- 0'
specia > pr arad cand'es Mat*
vou N I find only at Pumoe'n.k s. J
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RESTAURANT
6700 COLLINS AVE NUf MIAMI BEACH
North Miami Restaurant, 12599 BISCAYNE BLVD.
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
CYPEN CO. INC.
MORTGAGE BROKERS REALTORS
825 Arthur Godfrey Rd. 534 4671
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
127 N.W. 5th St.
Phone 373-0562
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
Ul.\ A Jail OSS
"Lovely Things" Dresses Sportswear
1130 NORMANDY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH 866-7674


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people of Israel to ttatast tfacfl ft* hetp
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mac exptoaemoc tor tbec rrrrm-flmh-
menis thus tor To be sore, this help has
beer. --Tciuabie. ar~~ .-etr^aas eeeeefccL.
Bui the doauocs-' erpicnaboa of bracts
progress resvies a: the appfacaboc of :*s
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GEORGE L HOLLAHAN, JH
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>ny friend :es
A KING DAVID KOSHER FOODS, INC.
I2tt Cloved Ap S* -*-.--' <5 '.'.* KnrtJtes Tke Out Food Hebrew
?.-.l Product* C*ering for Bar Mitxva*, Parties, etc.
Caltrtng ef ffce fiitesf for 4/1 Occotrows
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iou>ii;kii\l i isiii.m.
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54 Southwest Si*rh Street Telephon* 374-o444
TIGRESS LURE BEAUTY SALON
9778 S W 8th Street. Miami
Phone 226-3712
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4634 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phene 634-7233
f- assover ^jreetincjs
to the entire
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HOLIfAY G NGS
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
MOTOR LODGE
MIAMI BEACH
4000 Alton Rd
E. End of Airport x-way
532-4411
HAPPY PASSOVE"
Venetian Gulf
Service Station
Washing and Lubrication
Phone JE 8-9)59
1403 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
O. S. BRANNON. Proprietor!
GREETINGS FROM
CARPET MART
970 S.W. 8th Street
LOUIS & MARY PLOTKIN
Owners
Phone 379-4442
Passover Greetings From
Propeller
Service
of Miami
Miami International Airport
Ph. 887-7581
Holiday Greetings
THEODORE
%H. Tf A V. P.B.
Engineering Consultant 1
Pollution Control Engineering
Chemical and
Food Engineering
P.O Box 300$,
Miami, Rorida 33169
Phono 624-4594
Two new rail road extensions linking Dimona with the phos-
phate plant at Oron, and with the new chemical works near
Arad. are being built with Israel Bond dollars and will be in
service by 1970. Here wo see wooden ties being placed in
position by hand for accuracy. The work team of 150 men
and machines have overcome many obstacles that involved
the building of six bridges, blasting rock and filling gullies.
The new railroad links will carry phosphates from Oron and
ch^mitals from tho Atad complex to Ashdod and Elath for
stcraging and shipment abroad. By financing vital develop-
ment projects with a high export potential, Israel Bonds are
strengthening Israel's economy.
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SERV'CS GUAIITY GOOD Will
'4A
CLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE '
Distributors I i-bey. Owen* Fo'd Glass Co. & Insuljx GU?s Block
1601 1619 NW 7th AVE.
Miami 36. Florida
Dial 379-0656
534-4491
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
741 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone PL 4-5561
Aluminum Awnings rVofl-fo-rVoll Carpeting
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DIXIE HAS f ORPOK a i io-v
MOE LANGER
6394 So. Dixie Hwy., So Miami PH. 667-2533
We Wish All Our Friends and Clients a Happy Passover
MOLE'S BEAUTY SALON
1455 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
MOLLIE HART Ph. 538-0000
:- LEARN TO DRIVE -:-
lASr METHOD AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL
South Florida's lorgest and Bast
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
State Approved Qualified Instructors
Miami, Ph. HI 8-2661 No. Miami, PL 8-4719 Ft. lauderdalf, JA 3-7334
SlWpritc lli'dilin^
Manufacturing Co.
3590 N.W. 71st STREET, MIAMI
PHONE OX 10480
Passover Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
MANNY'S RESTAURANT
SANDWICH & PANTRY SHOP
1657 Meridian Av*. Miami Beach
MAX PIAVER, Owner 5322974
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
THAL BROTHERS
"EPICURE MARKET
S.S. Pierce Products Prime Meat*
1656 Alton Road JE 8-1861
MIAMI BEACH
9417 Harding Avenue, Surfside
JE 8-1865
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
For the Finest Apartment at Moderate Rates
Bonded Rental Agency, Inc.
Managing a-id Ma;'v 10 000 H;v. "g U-ts
In Dad rd Counties
MAIN OFFICE
4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
L. L. BROOK
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SAL HONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
.IOII\ F. ALLISON
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 Weal Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
PHONE 531-0481
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Wm CARROLL WIISOV
Real Estate Appraiser Member, American Institute Appraisers
15450 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Ph. 685-2962
Passover Greetings to All Our Friends and Clients From
in:AMI IIAIall II \KI llll S IXC.
18 OCEAN DRIVc MIAMI BEACH
Morris Greenblatt JE 1-0126
A Happy Holiday To All Our Friends
Featuring OLGA'3 GARMENTS
243 71st Street
UNion 6-2014
TO ALL. GREETINGS
IAIII lAI!<:iC A II.U, CO.. I-\C.
65 NE. 23rd Street FR 9-5653|
HARRY GENET, President
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Graanlaa Equipment Palt Cable Cutter Hydraulic Jettka,
Pick Up and Delivery
All Wertc Guaranteed Factory Speeificatiens
3072 N.W. 54th Street Phone 634-2226


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COLONIAL INN
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ItlCl ColhmA*cs ON THE OCEAN
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NORMANDY PLAZA APARTMENT I. HOTEL
M7fCrfMAmM
166-2701
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CATAUNA MOTH
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1732
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A Happy Houdcy to Al Oar Frieiids cad Customers
TRAVELERS HOTEL & RESTAURANT
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4747 N W 36* Street
Miami

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MIAMI BEACH
4657561
CHARLES HOTa
1475 COUINS AVENUE JE 1-4711
MIAMI REACH
SUNSET INN RESORT MOTEL
tSIAMO*ADA. KOR1DA
FOt RESE-VATrONS PHONE 7.3S-5411 or 664-4432
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LUCERNE
HOTH.
4101 COUINS AVE.
l**ch. Rends
BEST WISHES FOR A
PASSOVE* GREETINGS
KKA
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HOlll
3001 Collins Avtnu*
5729 V
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HOTEL
1120 OCEAN OS..:
S31-7*41
Cc GsbJe*
YILL.A CORTtZ
MOTEL
4700 S.W a* Stre*'
Csnl G^rfss
445 5453
Passover Greetr.^; To
AlCOurFri^ci
WEBSTER HOTEL
1220 COUINS AVENUE
MIAMI oEACH
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GREETINGS TO ALL
CAMEEA4
HOTEL
Luxurious accommodations,
low rates plenty of fun!
532-4541
A Full Block On The Ocean
39th to 40th Sts., Miami Beach
A HAPP* PASSOVJ R
But Wwhej T,. All .
Tropics Hotel
1550 COLLINS AVE., MB.
Mr. & Mrs. Al Podvin
and Family
COOPER'S
RANCH MOTEL
7017 S. W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 226-2262
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
i in: 11 ii is
hoii;i,
1220 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 531-6701
6 6 6 6 6 8 6
SAVOV HO I II
GREETINGS
"Open Year Around"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 NW 2nd Street
Phone 374-3086
:i lidcry Greetings From .
KENMORE HOTEL
1050 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone: JE 1-6621
KOSHER Houi
MARSEILLES
Ctntrally Air Cendit>na
MR. and MRS.
AARON RESNICK
AND FAMILY
WISH YOU A VERY
HAPPY PASSOVER
Oceanfront at 17th St.
Miami Beach
JOHNINA
HOTEL
6985 Collins Ave.
& Ocean
'Home of the World Famous
Dream Bar"
Managing Director
JOHN J. KELLY
f~^i\ssovcr
Triton
TSucer
ON THE tOAROWAtK
IN IHI HEART OF MIAMI BEACH
mill Ollici on p'm.t optn 7 d.'i. !$
COLLINS AVE. 1 till ST.
PHONE JE 2-2411
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
I
f
4
m
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
MR. and MRS. MURRY KORETZKY
AND FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE
JE 2-2311
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
K^^rustal c/tc
fif
OltSC
5055 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Bay Harbor
THE PRMNCE MH HAEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
VICTOR HOTEL
Ocean Drive and 11th Street
FOXTANA HOTEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
I.III1SIOM HOI II
1920 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 535-5511
GREETINGS TO ALL
\> noi: no i ii
1587 Washington Ave. 531 -032
HERMAN and ESTHER SCHWARTZ
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street. Miami Beach
Phone: 538-0534
HOLiOAY GREETINGS FROM .
FOI \ I AIMII All >IOI I I
16001 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
COPACABANA HOTEL
3611 COLLINS AVE.-MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-5301


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IOC
Best Wishes To All For A
Happy Passover
NATIONAL BRANDS
and
STATE BEVERAGES
Oldest
Jewish
Community
In The
NewW oriel
li\ IBRIl I II \ ENSON
-^iw
/Tiippu f il.-.-O'lY
l7/llT
e*t 'UUc* to ^411
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Louis Wolfson. II
B'u''l,d oy sea and sand. th>'
muskr of a stool band an *ia<*ea, fw- viaTO^l^n^
tPC&.Bay. tho lush nsort on I ho
north shore of tho Caribbean is
land of Jamaica, an- aware that
the capital city of Kingston, on
the island's south shore, is the
home of the oldest surviving
Jewish community in tho Wes-
tern Hemisphere.
There were Jews abroad the
three snips which Christopher
Columbus led to the new World
on his first voyage In 1492 Tie
Jewish navigators ship's doc-
tan and ordinary seamen who
sailed with him were Marranos
forced by the Spanish Inquisi-
tion to convert to Christianity
but retaining.'noi I the
secret obsan u p >l "
laws "f their [on fath -
Column
I | u h< n
landing in Jan li
in 1503 when ht n tin

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royal Spanish court was raj idly
diminishing.
*-M*bus *<<* r. lew-
years later. at'VaH8do:;.i. jn
Spain; and h brother Li-.pgo
Columbus, who succeede-! him
as Ailmiral of the Andies. t i ind-
ed the first permanent Jaaica
township New Sevill
1510.
in
From thatiiate to tho p: r,t.
.Tews have llv.jd corrtmuo. in
Jamaica and. by two -;'->n^.
quirks of history, they-ha >,..
come both the telanOfc f:- ;.r_
manent white setters : its
first (Mirnanont settlers ,njy
color, race of religion.
ThemseUeS Ttw viet. : i,|
atteso] !.s i!:n, :;i.,ui
la and of
eidal accompHshai
, r- i r own cantor. Hi.
1 th. ii Ma ,,
ii. -' rnwrv

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i < .mi iiuii (I in Page I
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL.
rof f ler BARBERS

2824 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
5105 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY WEST PALM, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Dino's Fontana Di Trevi Restaurant
Free Delivery 91 2-71 st Sf. 864-2618
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOlrDA
TAX.IIH
MOTEL
186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
Phone Wl 7-6561
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
bernardo inc.
fashions in elegance
CREATORS OF FINE SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN
SHIFTS and SWIMWEAR
distributed internationally
2801 N.W. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA 634-9758
shirtales by sherma
Best Wishes For A
Very Happy Passover
GREETINGS TO ALL
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539

BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER
FOUR STAR POULTRY and PROVISIONS, INC.
2180 N.W. 13th Ave. Phone 6338617 Miami, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
>
CARL'S CAMERA SHOP
7401 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-3733
FROM THE
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
OF
OF NOHTH MIAMI
Biscayne Blvd and 118th Street
Telephone: 757-8411
MCMMI FEMIAl DIP0SIT INSUtANCI COtP. FWEIAl MSfftVt SVSTtM

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Passover Greetings To All
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
HEPAIRED
339 N.I. 2nd AVENUE
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS & CLIENTS
Al\aiiflkr*s
AIRLINES
AUTO
RENT-A-CAR
Ph 634-8585
2699 N.W. 42 AVE.
LeJeune Rd., Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
DRAKE
ikoii:iitii<:s,
vsw
Harold Sehres and
Sheldon Leider
Stuart Sehres
1000A E. 14th St.
Hialeah
TU 5-3831
>ver Greetings To Al
Gold Seal
Bakery

2239 Coral Way
(off 22nd Ave.)
Phone 446-9330
Passover Greetings
To Our Friends and Patrons
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
3085 N.W. 54th STREET
Ph. 635-6102
Holiday Greetings
TO EVERYONE
from
MANNY MARCUS
RADIO TOWER
TV
122 5th St., Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-2231
Happy Holiday To My
many friends and clients
U. II. I I T< II
"Better Class' Homes
Since 1923"
975 Arthur Godfrey Road
JE 8-1843 Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings From
ACT Ml
EMMY SACKS
1352 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 534-0001
Holiday Greetings .. .
SI MIAMI
I'l I SIMM*
Salt Water Fish Aquariums &
Tropical Fish. Monkeys,
Puppies, Hamsters,
Parrots, Etc.
11429 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 235-1821
Partaking of the Passover
kosher foods he has receiv-
ed from the American Jew-
ish Welfare Board (TWB).
this Jewish soldier in Viet-
nam (front right) seems to be
deep in thought of folks and
friends back home.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES
Distributor
Blake Tire Co.
VAUGHN BLAKE
CY MINTZ
8415 Coral Way
Ph. 661-4495
5560 N.W. 27th Avenue
H '-: ii etings From .
m.\A
GARMENT
roiii.
271 N.W. 23rd STRLET
FR 1-3859
FRANCISCO KABAK, Owner
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SURFSIDE
PHARMACY
9500 HARDING AVENUE
SURFSIDE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 446-2513
Best Holiday Greetings
FROM
J. EUSTER
Happy Passover
Holiday To All
FOLDOWN
AWNINGS INC.
1060 E. 33rd Street
Hialeah, Florida
Phone 691-4221
PRE-HOLIDAY SALE
Savings From 40% to 60%
on fine knits and cocktail clothes
NAT ALLEN RESORT WEAR
1849 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Florida
GREETINGS...
C. C. N. PORTUGUESE LINE
SHAW BROS. GENERAL AGENTS
501 N.E. 1st Avenue
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
COASTAL MERCHANDISING CO.
7370 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
HOWARD PREUSS
GREETINGS TO ALL
OIIE\OI K ROOFING
SHEET METAE A MJMnX CO.
BONDED ROOFING & SHEET METAl
ROOF CLEANING & SEALING
Established 1926
THERMOGLAZE ROOFCOATiNG
7352 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. PL 7-2612
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
Officer:
ROBERT I. GRADY
\ ii.i|'|i\ Passover To Th" Entire Jewish Community
MIKE'S NEWS and SUNDRIES
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707
Peace, Health and Happiness at the Passover Season
It El.MS COXSTttl 1TIO\ CO.
6840 S. Dixie Highway
Phone 661-4744
zz:
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
A.B.C. PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING CORP.
2583 WEST 6th LANE HIALEAH
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Friday, April 4, 1969
DAVID
TRAVEL
BUREAU
4525 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI II HA< II
Phono: Ji: 2-2561
cr
LET LS SHIP YOLK
PASSOVER AND EASTER
GOODIES NOW!
Chocolate Malm Balb
\ll.r *.il. i Mini.
KoaJttM I or PttMover
< lio.ol.it... Cakes, Man) Others.
BARTONS
0 Uu.ji/
rMMMOU
512 LINCOLN ROAD MLl_
MIAMI BEACH/531-049*
211 E. PLACLEH ST.
MiA*! ,'T7t 5S4
Jamaica: Oldest Jewish Communit
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
630 Lincoln Road JE 1-9502
(in tht Arcade an the Moll)
LUNCH from 11.-30 DINNER begins at 530
Owner eoi Cnef CAfflO SCOTT/ formerly of Copra's Ktslouront
Happy Passover Greetings
To All
Russell Aluminum (orp.
5731 N.W. 37th Avenue
6351402
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ROSE COOK of
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph. 667-8193
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
LULLABY PKOIH ITS. INC.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baumann and Daughter, Teddi
4102 East 11th Ave., Hialeah MU 8-4022
(< nii'i-m.'rt from Page 101
fag m. l.ooo.ooo puoliH won-
ssive aborigint w h i
ited tin Island Th.v w pi e
amor.}; the four million Arn-
v. ska who. before the advent of
white men, lived in the
Caribbean. Between 1492, when
Columbus mail hi) first ,
and ltioo Ui Spani
exterminated ever) Aia-
m ik Today, despite the figura-
tivi Aiawak surwval on the
crest of Jamaica, there is nut a
single West Indian on any of
the Caribbean Islands who can
sim i" a trace Ol Aiawak
ad!
A Spanish priest, Bartolome
isa kept a diary of ins
ars in Jamaica from 1503 to
1547, The Spaniards, he writes,
'with their horses, then ip
and their lances entered
into the towns and villa.
sparing neithei children nor old
mei rteil er women with child.'.
neither them that lay in. but
that they ripped their bellies,
and cut thorn in pieces they
wagers 'as to which' with
stroke of the sword could
Mr. & Mrs. Al H. First
and Family
Dr. & Mrs. William Cooper
Robert Howard, Stephen David
a-id Laurie Michelle
Dr. & Mrs. Allen Baumal
Jeffery Steven
sh their relar .
and friends
A HAPPY PASSOVER
A Hcppy Passover to All
VIDALE
ROOFING
263C S.W. 79th Ave.
REROOFING
LEAKS REPAIRED
Dial CA 1-4976
A Happy Passover to All
FLAIR OF
MIAMI
2454 NW 5th AVENUE
3774051
Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
Howard AAargoluis
Jhe SCIENTIFIC HAIRCUTTING
EXPERT PERMANENT WAVING
HAIR COLORING
WIGS CLEANED AND SET
MODERATE PRICES
Hairstyle* Fashioned
Especially For You.
1731 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
ch or I owell a man li I
n : Ide rt ."
This, wi re the ti chi I .
the inquisitions, and the
who fled to the Now World in
I8fh G ntury, during and
after the voyagi ol Columbus,
wi to feat l tial I
same fate which had overtaken
the Arawaks might also destroy
them So they described thenv
s ives to the Spaniards as I'oi-
tugals" inst thes of Spain which Indeed they
wire and they conducted r>-
Iilmoi.s services n. the secrecj ol
their homos ... in the Sephai-
dic tradition which continu in
t i tins very day in the one !-
malnlng Jama.can synagogue,
in Kingston.
One hundred and fifty years
of torpid Spanish rule followed.
The conquerors inl
Negro siav es fn im Afi V a re-
placing the native populati
th.y had extinguished, to w
gage in a meagre cultivation of
the fertile soil along the J...
can coast.
The Jews themselves r
mained so alienated from th<
S| ai iards dui ing this p.
Passover Gree'ings To A.i
VENETIAN NURSING ft
CONVALESCENT HOME
for au rr*i cask
1330 NE Bay shore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN K. SPECTOf
Administrators
Doro'hv A. Wicks. R. N.
Assistant Administrator
A. Boqis, Treasurer
Very Happy
Passover
"Mil. \ ITO"
275 East 10th Ave Hialeah
835-2547
Ho day Greel
Fr.ends and I
KINGS
REALTY, INC.
LEE and LOU STEPENOFF
8000 NW. 7th Avenue
Phone 693-2881
Holiday Greetings
VAN GUNDY
AIR CONDITIONING
We Sell, Service and Install
15320 W.Dixie Highway
Phone 949-3374
ORLANDO
BEAUTY SALON
No Fooling Orlando
Makes You Beautiful!
666-9733
MONDAY I FHIDAY 'til p 'm
5718 S.W. 72nd STREET
(Sunset Drive)
that they became ready a ..
,u( the Britisjj, when tl
and occupied Jan
in 1655. Jamaican Mai i
loii (l the British fleet thro
the coastal watr and
ministered the commissar}
the Invasion forces. One a
by virtue of his flui nt in S
ista and his tirst-hand ki
i dge of the island, act, d as i
chief negotiator in the sun
di i of thrf Spaniards, which :
lowed a short tune aftei
landl
By the terms of th, ca| .
tlon, every Siwniard on th<
land was compelled to 1-
Immediately, bringing al
only what few |kjs- |
Onlj
were e mpted from thai h
crei
So it was that they
' H ol the < xtorminati
nati\ Aiawak Indians arid l
expulsion of the original s
ish Inva lers f came the
permanenl st ttlers in Jar:
as well as the oldesl
uous Jewish community .
West* rn !! misphen
Under British rule, the J
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends & Customers
Pete's Drive In
Restaurant
PETER PONCE-Owner
655 S.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 373-9350
Greetings from
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB
18-HOlt CHAVPtONSHIP
COLf COURSt
U.S. 441 at
N W. 207th St.
NA 1-3621
Mr. & Mrs. David Kaplan
and Children Monroe,
Olivia and Marshall
Extend to All T!
Relatives and Friends
Very Happy Holiday V.
Happy Passover
Greetings To All
CANADA DRY
GINGER ALE
FOR QUALITY AND
GOOD TASTE
Holiday Greetings From .
DEERBORNE SCHOOL
Nursery and Kindergarten
Grades 1 through 11
311 Sevilla Ave.
Coral Gables
'144-4662
Actr.dui.d by Suit Dp> o' Ed"<


^
r, April 4. 1969
sere able to practice their rc-
iRion openly "Portugals" no
pore At the same time, they
i came active in the expanding
dnrl bustling economy of the
Bland. With a century-and-a-
r.alf head-stail over the new
British til' is, the Jews rapid-
ly moved into posit inns of In-
nee, pai i Icularly In the field
i ree.
An lIn ;Hsh historian <>t tli'
- i: Jews iii Ja-
i as hi: ai kal 11 h< althy
lived ... so..'
i.iir that .i dm
Ji w is niii I., sei n."
A mat.'. I jpeel the
raid i- ii
-. r in LG99 to thi Kii
idvi in hi n to di-
, n ir ol Jan lica to
,: U I ,
i i I to I
on thi Ir Sal bath or othi r sol-
;. asl -' mi rvice
til Jamai-
"unleas ii !* w u n the
i in \ lew."
I spite thi ii Im i rom-
ii the island'i
.: thi J< us wen not gianti d
I .. ii al n jhts the pri\
of voting and holding office
until 1831; but in 1849, only 18
years later, the Jamaican House
of Assembly closed for Yom
Kippur because eight of its 47
members wen- Jews!
Today the traveler to Kings-
ton, where most of Jamaica's
600 Jews foul of a total Island
population "f three million) are
concentrated, will find many
evidences of the community's
rich past and lively present.
denominational
i' ry on the island is the
Jewish cemetery, with mark-
78, in He-
bri '. I i I ]
Worshippi rs can pan
' the island's one
syi at the corni r of
I Chai Irs Stn ets. The
archci .....building are
kept open ii is not air condi-
: nh-
lli | .!.. 8, i .Hi i.....(
ui on a ftardci ol pink and
tropi wers.
listinctive I ature
ol the is the
., u>. entire
l, bi Bernard Hi loker, I hi
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY FROM
Electronic
Wholesalers, Inc.
N.W. 27lh AVENUE AT 94th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 696-162C or 669-7214
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM 92.1 FM .
FLAMINGO BROADCASTING CORP.
HIALEAH S NEWEST and ONlY RADIO STATION
FEATURING "LEADING ARTISTS and ALBUMS FOR
18 HOURS EACH DAY."
BEST WISHES lO ALL OUR FRIENDS FROM
AMERICAN PLASMA CORP.
161 N.E 4th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 377-2959
Best Wishes to the Jewish Community
on the occasion
of the Passover Holidays
-
P. R. RICKLES
Passover Greetings To The Entire JewisFi Community
Tarlak's OPA-MMKA lllll US
401 0Pfl-Lock Blvd Phone MU 1-3122
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SI HI HOY UM1 I III
841 WEST 17th STREET Hialaah Ph. 887-3828
IRVING NATHAN, President
-Jewtsti ttcrldnan
Page 13-D
ergetic young Knglishman who
is the congregation's spiritual
leader, suggests that the cus-
tom "reminds us of the sand
which covered the floor of the
original Sanctuary in the den it
... or perhaps it represents the
bit sslng promist d by God to the
Patriarchs that their descend-
ants would be 'as numerous as
the sands on the seashore .
less poetic would lx> the Inter-
pretation that it deadens the
sound on the wooden ;
But the community Is not
only relics of the past ai I i
;ogue. It .-
a sn b p ol 600 ho I
an influi nee In Ja u out
of proportion t<> t> ir Ii
bers
a*
Vice Mayor and Mrs,
Irwin Christie
Holiday Greetings From .
Consumers
Vi aler Co,
1826 Ponce de Leon
Phone: 444-7311
Coral Gables
WISH ALL
PEACE AND HAPPINESS
FOR THE
OVER HOLIDAYS
i;
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
TECH AEROFOAM PRODUCTS
5601 NORTH WEST 35th STREET
Phone 633-3208
DAVID E. MELIN, President
Passover greetings
from the Directors, Officers and Staff of
:
MIAMI BEACH
[FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
MITCHELL M. WOLFSON
Chairman of the Board
MILTON WEISS
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Frxkry. Apcl 4 19S9
PASSOVER MEETINGS
TO All...
iBuiFSTREAM
# KALUNOALC, FLORIDA
HOME OF THE FLORIDA DERBY
James Donn, Jr., President
1
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Ltr
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a
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K
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Tradition of the Exodus is heightened for these serricemen as
Chaplain Seymour Moskowitz (center), using holiday ioods
received through the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of
the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). conducts Pcssover
services in a desert tent in Long Birth. Vietnam.
MANUFACTURERS
NATIONAL BANK OF
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
:ocd President & of : _ard
/ ice
Flamingo Shopping Plaza Dial 885-4511
ALL AROUND TRAVEL SERVICE, Inc.
Tickets Tours Cruises
EUROPE ISRAEL NASSAU JAMAICA CARIBBEAN
Authorized Airline & Steamship Agents Official Rates Only
Mo-r,e Side'l
1638 Collins Avenue Airline Terminal Bldg.
Miami Beach 532-3336
9457 Harding Avenue 865 2357
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NORTH DAIE UIIIMM.
510 N.E. 167th Street North Miami Beach
Phone Wl 7-5309
GREETINGS FROM .
Acme Prescription Pharmacy
25 Years ii Downtown Miami
FREE DELIVERY
J E KATSCH Registered P*ar->-
118 I.E. 1st Street 371-7861
Holiday Greetings To All
MICHAELSON'S TROPHIES
WYAKDS and TROPHIES
For Anv Occasion
3C N.E 54th Street, Miami PL 4-4381
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE.
635-7507
Mr. I'm IrvtHsca
THE JEWELRY STORE OF TOMORROW
KINGSLEY JEWELERS
AND DIAMOND BROKERS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR CUS" 7
FROM
MR. ANI .' NATHAN \NI vM LOYEES
513 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 538-4244
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
RAO". AT MIAMI I
AND FLAGLER I nS
MIAMI. FLORIDA
HoLlI'A riN FROM
I.KAMI < OVMItl < TIO\
COMIMXY. l.> .
1027 E. 26rh STREET HIAiEAH
PHONE: 691-2151
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
CRAVITT-KAHN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 3350 SOUTM DIXIE HIGHWAY
IMMEDIATE COVERAGE BY PHONE MiAVM. FLA
P.S. Personal Service Phone 448 2683
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
JtltVlilOH DIVISION
P.O. BOX 397, Miami 33152
6345461
HAPPY PASSOVER TC
Hitching Posl Barbecue Ranch
445 E OKEECHOBEE ROAD HIAIEAH
PHONE 887-6012
Happy Passover To All O^-r Customers Fi
La France Cleaners and Dyers
244 N.W 35th Street, Miami
537 Arthui Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
A Happy Passover to all our Miami Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kramer and Family
Los Angeles

AMERICANA
TOURS
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SPECIA.
Phone: 377 2758
For information, reservations,
and tickets
245 SE First Street. /
Miami, Florida 33131
532-4061
A Happy Ho'.day To '
London City
.Men*.** Shop
63 East Flagler St
379-4806
-

MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 21731
Mr. Hcn%- in
General M
Seymour Drisne:
HAPPY H -
TO
BBLEMl
IXC.
LADIES DRESSES
282.1 N. MIAMI AV
Dial 373 9725
BELEMAS. KESr- P'*3*'
a:
greetings:
DORWIN'S 'Hc!
!YY SHOP
avag
1 574 Washington Avo *fi
', Miami Beach
So.
11023
7401


1
4, 1969
+Jeisi> thrkflati
Page 15-D
rogress And Peace
?
I (Continued from I'ugr 6) if-, '
,qth ond rising living standards in-
M ie process of industrialization,
process is especially urgent in a
dry like Israel, where domestic im-
Mnt needs to be accompanied by
owl dependence on outside assist-
i. For it is only by a larger and more
^industrial production that Israel
Buce its need for industrial im-
ld earn more in the world men-
the export of industrial products.



>ish Identification And Survival
ntiniifd from I'hri- 1)
rving our body of knowl-
gr, ideas and practices. But
the largest sense it involves
-more than this. It requires
.<_ nourishing of the group
rces of belonging, pride and
ive Identity.
The survival of the Jewish
>ople will depend not alone on
ui richni ss of learning and lore
f m few. but equally upon the
an, the morale and the affirm-
iVe id< ntification, as well as
assover greetings
I PARRISH
I AUTO SERVICE
*305 S.W. 41st STREET
223-1513
Holiday Greetings From
THE
KEYES
COMPANY

Of ft
43rd
TEAR

South i Largest Realtors
11023 Lincoln Rond Mall
531-5803
|7400 N. W. 30th Avenuj
Telephone:
OX 1-4411
Sinclair Products
Since 1934
txirnds to ill
A Very
Happy Passover
knowledge and experience of
the many. Since we can survive
only as a whole people, we must
determine to raise in all its
forms the level of education for
all Jews.
We must with modern means
confront the challenge to Jew-
ish life of a complex society
which is rational, intellectual
and universalist, at the same
time that it is capable of in-
tolerance, inequality and human
degradation. We must provide
the mass of Jews with educa-
tional experience which renews,
which vitalizes and which in-
spires. It must breed a new spir-
it of Jewish belonging which is
responsive to the need of every
man for a positive identity with
which to meet the anonymity
of 20th century living. It must
cultivate a Jewish identity
which by its contemporary ani-
mation, gives modern meaning
to the values of a venerable and
enduring heritage.
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
from
Tlie TRUSTEES, ASSOCIATES and PHYSICIANS of
North Miami
General Hospital
1701 N.E. 127* St. Ph. 757-6211
MACK'S CYCLE SHOP
SCHWIISIS BICYCLES
SALES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
OVER 500
BIKES IN STOCK
WE CARRY A FULL LINE
OF ADULT BICYCLES
5995 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
On Sunset Drive 1 Block West of U.S. No. 1
Phone 661-8363
To All Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
5519-21 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-4893
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MADER COMPANY
F'^Tmshin Aneirv
P. & O. DOCKS PIER 1
DIAL 379-3401
PASSOVER GREI
EISEX CATERERS. 1\C.
15901 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH 9454412
PASSOVER GREETINGS FC '
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sale? and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS & SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. PL 1-2889
d1
. -. t .; ,
4
Where a hearty greeting and a hearty
meal await you, always.

,SS0o Cmrn Vtay
Miami
445-1*31


10701 CoHiiw Am.
Miami 8MCh
In Hw Newport Hetoi
949-7433
Bl
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^)cst lAsishes lor a
q/ u oo
C cry K^fXappu / assover
Coral Way
National Bank
if BANKING HOURS *
Lobby Hours 9:30 A.M. till 2 P.M.
Drive In Hours 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
1699 CORAL WAY
Passover Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
BEATRICE LA VERNE
DANCE STUDIO
1017-96th Street Bay Harbor Island
728 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach
AUTOMOBILE LOANS
AS LOW as Q/:'
MERCHANTS BANK Oi" MIAMI
950 RED ROAD [S.W. 57th Ave. near the Trail)
Telephone MO 7-5661
Corpor:-
HAPP'. PASSOVER TO ALL
ART EMBROIDERY & SCALLOPING CO.
2519 N.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
Ph. 635-0130 S\r. ar Henry Cooperman


Page 16-D
9-1 u i rr, if a Mir

Winning wars
still hasn't won
the peac
A lot of young men and women in Israel have given their lives in
wars to preserve the safety of their country. And a lot more have
given their lives in so called ]>eace to preserve the same safety.
For in a real sense. Israel has never known peace.
I n this kind of peace, saboteurs cross her borders and kill civilians.
In this kind of peace, snipers fire across her borders.
In this kind of peace, she is subjected to artillery attack.
And so all of her resources and efforts must go into constant vigi-
lance against hostile neighbors who have sworn to see every last
man. woman and child pushed into the sea.
Meanwhile 300,000 immigrants await education, homes, and
absorption into the social and economic life of the country.
The old and ill must be cared for.
30,000 immigrants who will arrive in 19t9 must be taughi
language, a trade, given urgent medical attention, counseling. I
and clothing.
They must be taught to make a stony soil bear fruit.
But the people of Israel must devt ite their time and resouri
defending themselves. More than ever before we must help the
immigrants, the sick, the old and the y< King. And by helping. v\ t
bring these people a little closer to | eace.
Israel must live.
United Jewish Appeal
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1969 Combined Jewish Appeal*"*
and Israel Emergency Fund Vt
1317 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI. FLORIDA 53132
3734)411
ROBERT RUSSELL
GENERAL CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN


"(Jewish Flor idian
Miami Florida Friday. April 4. 1969
Section E

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bj KORKKT K. SEGAL
It si'i ms reasonable to con-
clude that Jews have been ob-
serving Passover for just about
.'Woo yean. In times such as
the Black Plague in Europe in
tin- 1 1th Century and in the
long night of Miller's holocaust,
the strength Hooding back in-
to our beings from participation
in this ancient festival of free-
dom has been most memorable.
Bui if we are to continue as
a pan oi that ofteif-assall d but
n ver compli ti ly broken line uf
ji wry in this era ol nucli ar
threat ami mi ^national insecu-
rity, we no d P issover this yeai
us much as ever.
f the
\\v n<(i Passover becausi
Let's look at sonn
good n as
its symbolism rededicates us to
a faith remarkable for its dur-
ability and its contributions to
all civilizing influences a harsh.
primitive, and stubborn world
has i ver known.
We need Passover because our
high hopes for the establish-
nn nt ni an < ffectlve Parliami tit
of .Wan in such instrumentali-
ties us- the I/a^ue oi Nations
and the United Nation, hve
been sorely tested by the dis-
solution nt the League and oy
the cynical play oi power in the
I'.N. Cmld U Than! possibly
grasp it. meaning ol tin Sed-
er" Could members ol the So-
vii t Arab-African I loc Bin to
understand why hearts ol i uli rs
much more modern than that
Pharaoh of Moses' time i en
hard to US? Passover is synony-
mo with libei ty for us; for
the power brokers in the UN.
liberty appears a casualty in
the lace for oil and in the ten-
dency to curb the rights of
small nations, Moreover, the
UN's seeming impotence in the
face of the crisis of these days
is breeding a new isolationism
among jjeople heretofore most
dedicated to the rearing of a
world parliament consecrated
to peace and justice.
Wi need Passover hi cause
the 2.000.000 to 2,500.000 Jews
ii ii aining in the USSR are in
r of losing Judaism and
< ver> claim to the right to prac-
tice then- religious beliefs In
tie, dom.
We need Passovi r to help
cool-headed and reasonable men
prevail in the councils ol those
who falsify the meaning of the
black revolution in America and
try to fan a small s|>ark of black
anti-Si mitism into a racial bon-
fire, Whi n w e repeal at the
Seder table. "We were slaves
to Pharaoh in Egypt," we are.
in a si use. proclaiming that wc
know the meaning of slavery.
When we utter the admonil
"i:< mi mber this day, in winch
ye came out ol Egypt, out of
the house ol i ondage." we per-
|n tuati a day ol rcmembi am p
not for out Ivca alone, but for
all w ho ii.u been oppn ssed,
win n we refer to plagues of
s, hail, locusts, to realize
that vve still have about us the
icriminatory prac-
i ici s, ol stai v at Ion, of poverty,
and of humiliation on the basis
of origin.
Yv\ need Passover because its
Ii le story reminds us that
Moses didn't make a beeline for
misi d Land. He vv as far
too wise. No fancy, neon signs
point* d the direct route to Ca-
naan, just 200 miles along the
coast. III his wisdom, he went
straight cast from Goshcn. And
i |i SB : R who have come along
since MoSCS figure that Moses
realized it would take yi us
ayr*. at least a generation to
id vi lop the kind of spiritual
discipline needi 1 by those who
had bei n slav i s Perhaps they
would not U required to make
bricks sans straw in the land
yonder; but th< y w ould he
put to other ton tests
Thev ui re So are vve. And
Passovei continues a blessing.


Pace 2-E
>Jeist>ncrAtiM
Friday. April-1
Holiday Greetings
-^ -

To Alt.'. .
M'-ARTHUR
Imw nninai
DAIRY
754-4521
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
"Wl COVHt 1HI UMHT
"Wf COYM THt lUtTtT
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
LAMSON & TYRE
ELECTRIC CO., INC.
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Ph. 226-2715 501 S.W. 71st Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Golden Nugget Pancake House
5330 W. Flagler............................................445-7142
2700 W. Flagler ........................................ 642-2511
13001 N.W. 7th Ave.. N.M.........................688-8812
1710 S.W. 27th Avenue ........................ 448-6567
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENOS and CUSTOMERS
MYERS' PIZZA PARLOR
16500 BiscayneBJvd
945-7082
447-9634
Your Host: The Boychikes Joel and Harvey
We Deliver from 11 ajn. to 1 cm.
Take Out Service till 3:30 a.m.
SEASONS' GREETINGS TO ALL
ASSOCIATED ARTISTS
Supplies for Artists, Engineers and Architects
1822 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 373-3562
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
WASHINGTON AVE. SUPER MARKET
1051 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
MR. and MRS. CHARLES REICHENTHAL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DR. LOUIES UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
The
Lessons
For
This
Passover
B* RABBI tMMtWUl BACRMA>
HOW call I help hut discuss with my family
M this year's Seder service those themes
of the Passover narrative and ritual tha- ne
captatflly relevant to the Jawtab situation
today!
I will point out. first, how virtually mi-
raculou.- frt was that thousands of H-ti?vw
slaves in Kgynt who had no religion to sppJt
of and no culture worthy ot the name, retained
for centuries, despite their economic and
spiritual straits, the memory of a common
UHfiiy and the promise of a future Aeliver-
anct to a land that was their own. Is thii
not piecusely what is happeninf: behind the
Tron Curtain? Hundreds of thousands of co-relicJotiists there without any facility*
for a Jr-wish education and with no religious
commitment or orientation know rhey nr
Jewish and crave to identify as such. TV*
smg on a Stmhat Torah of a Thrah of which
they are abysmally tttnorant; they dance to
rhythms that hall frcrn a land they haw
been tifaght to desp'se: and thev yearn for
brethren with whom thev can hardly maint tin
o\it\ a free corrosnnTHVr.ce
I will try to formulate the steps by which
Phaorah sought to reduce a nropcrmis Ji
ish community in Kgypt's Ooshen to poverty
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SARA FREDRICKS
AMERICANA HOTEL, BAL HARBOUR, FLORIDA
DIPLOMAT HOTEL. HOLLYWOOD BY THE SEA
PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
AFs Service Center
EXPfRT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE RffAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST.
Ph. 371-3365
GREETINGS TO ALL
CHALLENGER MARINE
CHRIS CRAFT
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD at 133rd STREET
947-4472
GREETINGS
IHOPI \ II ATI I It I IS. I>C.
"First to lt in Batteries"
2125 N.W. 17th AVENUE Call 633-3403
BERNARD LEVY, REALTOR
& Insurance Agency
1212 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 538-2323
Eitcm Kassel and Yoav Moshe
ifttOmPl OAr and NIGHT SERVICf"
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phone PI 7-0606
McCORMICK-BOYETT
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Rof?r Vrmmeb 4'uHtom Tailors
7209 S.W. 57th p., Miami
Phone 667-8768
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEJR FRIENDS '
Mechanical Contractors
Coolina and Heatinq
S and s
AIR CONDITIONING CO
Phone 888-2634
7320 N.W. 58th Street
Miami. Florida
Holiday Greetings to All
bom
Bramlefrt Co.
Designers & Contractors o*
food Service Equipmen*
6440 N.E. 4th COURT
7514541
Holiday Greetings
AL FORTINTS
Fairway Restaurant
& Lounge
2475 N.E. 163rd Street
North Mumi Beach
949-3662
A Happy Pcssover To All
MILLER
CUT-RATE DRUGS
Prescription Specia lists
Vitamin Headquarters
You Never Pay More When
You Shop At
Miller's Drug Store
217 N.E. 1st Ave.. Miami
371-6731 371-5862
Passover Greetings From
Helen and BUI Altei
WINDSOR BEAUTY
SUPPLIES, INC.
16451 NE 15th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-9911


r. April 4. 1969
+Jewisti fhrkUarr
Paqe 3-E
a ). slavery -and ultimately extermination.
Way was th^rv no resistance? Did the trraii
i.rJwiof the maneuvers make our forbears
u'.i>vare of what was beiiiR done to them?
.0 '- Jews even aid and abet the oppressors BS
.- ish communists did. and are, in the Sn-
\ 1 I'nion and in Poland, and in America's
n v -IWt?
h:
r \\ill compare what happened then to what
pencil in Hitler's Germany. And I will ask
questions about the euntcm|x>r.-iry situation
'he urban crisis in the I'nited States Is ,i
lor process taking place here? Or is
. ierican different? Can it be different? Must
it lie different?
M\ family will express optimistic and
rtistic views. Hut I .vi!l caution them in
the Passover spirit ti> avoid one pitfall
mob's people were not villians. The Etibli
---.ks of them respectfully They apprec il
Moses and the Jewish people. They were
. icll the Victims of their mastris BS W6
So Jras today must never hate the
o- .a..iii-in,in. black Hi' white Mosliin or
i -ii,in Altogether too often the common
- himself the pawn >! th" very malign-
powers tli.it would llestro) him even as
destroy Jew.- As we react to Pharoahs,
H .nan. Hitlers, and their modern counter-
parts, we must not become obsessed with
hate for thbse as innocent as we.
And I will talk of Pharaoh's intransi-
ence which brought upon him the many
plagues. Does it differ fr%m the intransii;-
ence of the rulers of Egypt, Syria, Jordan,
Iraq, Saudi-Arabia? What is there in human
nature that hardens our hearts so that we
continue to pursue courses of evil even to
our self-destruction?
Is Niebuhr right? Dies being human mean
that we are also incorrigible? This does not
square with our Jewish commitment that
ni,in can l>eeome |>erfeet aye. even like unto
angels
The sufferings of our forebears in Egypt
I win recount in great detail. Do my children
Continued on Page 14
-u..|.,!W^
A ^
-
he 'day Greetings From
Jean
Berry
(Fashions
Sp-: alist of Sophisticated
Clc '.nes For The Smaller
Figure
Siies3lo 15 and 4 to 14
369 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
Phone 444-3667
7613 Dudeland Mall
Phone 665-4000
HAPPY PASSOVER
Frorr. RICHARD COHEN
MELODY DIANE
BAKE SHOP
757 N. E.167th STREET
NOSTM MIAMI MACH, FLORIDA
945-2851
Holiday Greetings To All
ANTHONY'S
OF
NEW YORK
1562 N. E. 165th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
945-9156
fO 411 GREETINGS
BAKER'S
PHARMACY
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Phone 888-9963
400 PALM AVENUE
HIAIEAH, FLORIDA
Passover Greetings To Our Jewish Friends and Clients
PRUITT FICKLE & CO., Inc.
-INSURANCE-
350 NE 15th STREET
Phone 377-0691
Happy Passover and Best Wishes To All
C. L. CLEMENTS INSURANCE CO.
1143 KANE CONCOURSE
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
MR BELL
Phone 945-6563
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
FLORIDA TAG & LABEL CO., INC
1942 N.W. 1st Court, Miami
PHONE 379-3471
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
720 WEST 27th STREET, HIALEAH
Telephone 887-3578
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Uncle Eric's Happy Town
Th Store Where Ihe Unusual is Usual Imported and Domestic Toys
2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone HI 4-0470
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
J. I. STEWART MORTGAGE CO.
100 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES
443-4671
TO ALL C U t I T I N 6 $
Fred9* Klertrir Motor Svrrire
Specialiiing in Direct Current Motors New and Rebuilt
1666 N.W. 7th AVENUE PH0NI FR 4-015$
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
L, tiKLVAN, ROUTE 1 BOX NO. 509 HIALEAH GARDENS
Telephone 887-8109
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
- % *
Harvey Ruvin
MAYOR
OF
NORTH BAY VILLAGE
* FLY
BURNBIDEOTT
AVIATION TRAINING CENTER
BUILDING IN. OPA LOCKA AIRPORT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
ACCIIOITATION THIOUCH UOWAID J A MIAMI DAOE J COLLEGES
TO ALL ... GREETINGS
BAC CONSTRUCTION. Inc.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS
6095 N.W. 72nd AVE.
John Aiello
888-0638
Victor L Buscaino
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
WESTCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phone: 226-5252
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
S&S PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY
1400 NE. 131st Street, North Miami 891-2572
A Very Happy Holiday Season To All!
SHELLEY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
4225 N.W. 72nd Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 887-4323
ANDALUSIA BAKE SHOP
248 Andalusia Coral Gables, Fla.
Phone 445-8188 Jess Quesada, Owner
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
DW'POXT PLAZA It Alt III It SHOP
300 BISCAYNE BLVD. WAY, MIAMI
Phone: 374-9978
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
VKXKTIAX I III Ml SHOP
PAUL SCHAFFER, Owner
193 WEST 24th STREET Hialeah TU 5-1852


.
? age 4-E
vJmisMcrktian
Friday. April
J$est. 'Wish** for ^4
cuaay

The First National Bank
of
Homestead, Florida
4 SOUTH KROME AVENUE
PHONE 247-5541
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
"SERVICE TO YOU .
IS OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-4440
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
FROM
THE HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER
Gifts
HOUDAY GUIfl/NGS FROM .. .
POPPi\* roi t u.i:
KITCHEN FRESH MADE HAND DIPPED
CHOCOLATE CANDIES
Made On Our Premises
Where Candy Is An Art
Catering Hallmark Cards
Open 7 Days and 7 Evenings
7433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 864-1457
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ARCH CREEK LUMBER CO., INC.
15255 W. Dixie Hwy., No. Miami Beach 947-3441
A HAPPY PASSOVEh TO ALL
PERGAMINO PRINTING
317 NE. 2nd Avenue
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
PERRMNE CENTER PUARMACY
645 Porrine Avenue, Perrine
Phone 238-3641
passover
BOOK REVffW
seymour b. tiebtnan
ISRAEL AND THE ARABS
By Maxim* Koiiiiikou
Translated From Preach
Bv Mii-lutel Perl
Drew Middleton in reviewing
Maxime Rodinson's "Israel ami
the Arab*" (Pantheon Books,
$5.951 noted thai the txxik is
full of melodramatic cliches, e.g.
"worn enemies, fatal mistakes
and dreaded foes." Ho also notes
that Rodinsun frequently States
"as is well known," a phrase
that Bevin said was used to in-
troduce material which was not
only NOT well known but also
tendentious.
The Now York Times report-
er did not reveal that Ma\im<-
Rodinson is a well known
French Marxist and that his
Marxian line is often indistin-
guishable from the Communist
line. In fact, according to Wal-
ter Ijioquer. ROdilMOfl was the
apologist for the Prague trials
in the early 1950s which were
anti-Semitic and anti-Israel He
was also the defender of Stal-
in's anti-Jewish campaign, he
taught in a Moslem high school
in the Lebanon and was an offi-
cial in Syria. These facts must
be noted in appraising the l>ook.
Those who have been exposed
to the Arab line" as dispensed
by "lecturers" of the Arab Of-
fice of Information will recog-
nize that their speeches have
boon excerpted from this book.
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MADDUX & COMPANY
Real Estate # Sales & Service
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL ACREAGE
PHONE 226-9661
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ADVERTISING MATS
Plastic Al Plates Thermo Set Printing Ptetes
Electrotypes 0 Stereotypes Printing Plate Service
PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
GIEGER ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO.
636 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Phone 377-0529
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BISCAVNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
THE EMBERS and EMBERS TAVERN
245-22nd ST., MB.
JE 8-4345
144th & BISCAYNE, Miami
Ph. 949-242i
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Pinewood Acres Private School
9500 S.W. 97th Avenue
Phone 271-3211
Miami, Florida
THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF
IIII.II \III FOOD CO.
355 N.E. 71st STREET MIAMI Ph. 75S-0516
Extend Best Wishes to All Their Friends and Patrons
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
FLORIDA At DIO VISUAL, INC.
3942 N. Miami Avenue, Miami
Wtene 759-4473
-1
Rodinson. how ty^,
reader by a -
ity with 6tS B |
the Arabs b) stating that tv
have been i ,,. nin,
wronged otl
that Israi I
in exist. This ;
ditioned upon
ing itself into
antine st.u. r
inference thai il
sary for Lara
those of Euj
came to Isra< i l^
Rodinson's
Israel may b
monts termhi I
rible neighbor
teeth" and tnei
it as "profoui
vinistic and ra
Zionist ideolog)
it in the tcho
encouraged by n
licoso texts Ol the I lid T
ment *'
The Arabs hi an & "The friend bf my
friend and the fi
my is my enemy
understand or a
TO ALL OUR "
FRIENDS-'*-CUSTOMERS '
AiMOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY 1
Goldman's 71st St.
SHELL SERVICE
71st ABBOTT
759 N. 1.79th ST
Ph. 754-5527
Holiday Greetings .
Prom
THE UNICORN
2957 Florida Avenue
Coconut Grove
Phone 445-0479
Holiday Greet not
From
N. DAVIS &
COMPANY, JEWEIE8
Miami 358 2485
139 N.E. 1st Street
Passover Greetings Free
THE
PINES
NURSING
HOME
301 N.E. 141st Street
North Miami Ftorida
Holiday Greetii js FtaRf'
Decorama, Iff
7629 N.E. 1st AVEN*
MIAMI
Phone 754-2611

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1
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Page b-1
partiality. Rodinson follows this
[.line by, accusing the United
I States of intei-posing on behalf
[of Israel in SPitt of the fact that
I It' $aIV'age bacle of 1956 and compelled
['France and England to abandon
I their Suez adventure.
One of the pitfalls for the un-
' wary and uncommitted in read-
' fng the t-onk is the absence of
I the definition of some key
words and a iack of clarifica-
tion of the boundaries of Pales-
tine in 1917. Hodinson talks of
Palestine as a "country" when,
in fact, there never was a coun-
Ltry or uation known as Pales-
tine. It was a province of the
Turkish Empire which was dis-
, solved as a result of the Axis
.defeat in 1918. The province in-
j eluded all of modern Israel, all
of Jordan, the Sinai Desert, the
Haza Strip and a small part of
Syria.
The Arabs who inhabited this
[firea were nomadic Bt-douins.
[They had no cities except lieer-
[sheba, there was no Arab in-
[dustry and most of the land
as public land which meant
[that it belonged to the govern-
ment When Great Britain be-
-MARYLAND
FRIED CHICKEN
[Extends Holiday Greetings
C *v I itIm
1901.N.E, .168th Street
North Mfamf Beach
'TC4a." ft
Photm-949-4004
_____ viirc rr.
Joli.day Greetings From ..
[THE SALVATION
K*dPY
^-'iMn^inS Street
-------373-5737
majoYfred'smith
dey-Grcet"-,gs To Our
Friends and .Customers
DONZ! MARINE
2940 NE. 188th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 945-7518
Holiday Greetings
HYGENATOR
PILLOW SERVICE
2170 N.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 634-3422
A HAPPY PASSOVER
RAPID DELIVERY
SERVICE
llfl
944-3434
RAPID-AfR CARGO
i__________633-8591
came the mandatory power, it
surer* dr land fover 80 percent of Pales-
tine! as the successor of Tur-
key. Part of it passed to Jordan
when it became a nation and to
Israel when it achieved state-
hood in 1948. Rodinson over-
looks that Jews have been buy-
ing private lands from Arabs
for over 80 years. The Jcwisr
National Fund paid cxcessivi
prices to Arab land owners. Is-
rael has been and still is offer-
ing to pay the Arab fugitives of
1948 for all land expropriated
since then. Egypt and Jordan
have prohibited the Arabs from
n ci iving the proffered funds
because it would defeat their
use of the Arab fugitives as po-
litical pawns.
The Aral's had no political
rights in Palestine prior to 191S.
They never knew what citizen-
ship and nationhood meant or
implied. Even though the Pales-
tinian Arabs were given the
right to form a nation in 1947
by the l/.N. Partition R(solu-
tion and land was allotted to
them (part of it being the La-
trun triangle or better known
as the West Bank portion cap-
tured in the June 1907 Wan
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL if-;:
GREETINGS*-', -
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125th Stroef
North Miami
Ph. 751-8586
Best Wishes For The
Holiday Secson
PAULS CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4-8435
He d Greet rs? froih
M. B. Cirlin. M.D.
4875 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Ph. 754-8811
Holiday Greetings To All .
MIAMI
PROPELLER
SERVICE INC.
2051 N.W. 11th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 635 4001
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM THE
C. W. KISTLER
COMPANY
445-1441
1414 CORAL WAY
Lowest Monthlv Payment in
This Area on Home Loans
LOWEST RATES
No Mortoaae Insurance
Charge
they never did anything to. ex-
ercise that right.
' Rodinson's abuse of statistics
marks him as ao.^i'ab propa-
gandist. He writes that at the
conclusion of the 1948 Arab
War against Israel, there were
6(1.000 Israelis pitted against
40.000 Arab soldiers from
Egypt, Jordan. Syria, the Leb-
anon and Iraq. He does admit
that Israel was threatened with
genocide (without use of the
word) in 1967 when Egypt
closed the Straits of Tiran and
compelled the withdrawal of
the U.N. security forces.
He writes. 'The adversary
(Israel' was promised a thou-
sand deaths, with the most ex-
quisite refinements in the de-
scription of his imix-nding anni-
hilation, of the revenue which
must surely come, of the cruel-
ties he would be made to suffer
. one would have to go back
to the war of 1914-18 to find
anything to compare with the
vengeful drawings (of the cari-
caturists', in which the enemy
is depicted in the most odious
guise, and his forthcoming de-
mise horribly prefigured."
The distortion of the role of
Continued on Page 13
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as Low as $7 per day
Flint Mili-age

CHKK 0UI tOWfff ftATfS
I Wt*k, Month, Loim, liana,
lot* Models and Sizts to Moot
Any Requirements.
LOW RATES INCLUDE
Gasoline, Strvicc, Insurance
o
1600 NW 21st Terrace
Miami, Fla.
Ph. 635-1371
C4ii now ron miaiis
RYDER
TRUCK
RENTAL
To All Greetings
C. & H.
ELECTRIC CO.
Complete Electric
Motor Repairs
Marine & Electrical
Service
Phone 379-2967
1352 NE 1st Ave.
JAMES L. ROPER, Prop.
Edward
Rothbard
Hialeah, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.
255 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI
Phone 377-2754
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
THE FEATHER MART
3442 Main Highway
Coconut Grove, Florida
Phone 445-0707
Main Oiiice
42 S.W. FIRST ST.
MIAMI. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE
INSURANCE CO.
Branch Ofifice
12345 N.E. SIXTH AVE
NORTH MIAML FLA.
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NORTHSIDE
Shopping Center
the CENTER oi activity
N.W. 27th Avenue and 79th STREET
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FROM
GREGORY ANTEO
OF THE
SUPERIOR TRUCK SALES, INC.
RECONDITIONED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
3275 N.W. 36th Street
Phone 633-6392
. DAY GREETINGS"; -.. OUR FRIENDS
THE MIAMI TEST CENTER
OFFERS FOR A LIMITED TIME
FREE INTELLIGENCE & PERSONALITY TEST.
YOUR I. Q., PERSONALITY & APTITUDE DETERMINE
YOUR FUTURE. KNOW THEM. NO OBLIGATIONS.
3898 BISCAYNE BiVD MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AAA LETTER SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
FR 9-0041
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: PL 7-6811
54th STREET DRIVE IN TV INC.
1630 N.W. 54th Street 696-1437
Extends Best Wishes Fcr The Holidays


Page 6-E
+JewHr fkrkJfor
Fr;daY- AJ
Best Wishes For Passover
TO ALL THE JEWISH TRAVEL AGENTS AND THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY OUR BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
The Airline of Switzerland World Wide
f 1140 INGRAHAM BUILDING
SALES AND ADMINISTRATION 377-9581
25 S.E. 2nd Avenue
RESERVATIONS and INFORMATION Phone 373-3193
HAPPY PASSOVER AND
BEST WISHES TO ALL
Franklin Federal Savings
& Loan Association
111 N.W. 5th STREET
MIAMI
Happy Passover To All .
NATIONAL WINE & LIQUOR
16601 N.W. 8th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 621-1441
To All Best Wishes For The Holiday .
SIMCO WASTE PAPER, INC.
PHONE NE 4-7626
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
H.IIIMW HI II IH IIS
"fLUUAH BVIU MtANS TT 11HIT"
11101 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235-7811
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM BEN KARP OF
ACME INDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL, INC
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
555 W. 18th St., Hialeah Phone 8878922
MIAMI SHORES TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
9536 NE. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA
Best Wishes to All for Happy Holidays
PHOTOGRAPHY by BENNETT
BARCELONA HOTEL
4343 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 532-3311
The Red Sea Is An Old Friend Of
By JOE DAVID
The Red Sea has a prominent part in
the Passover story. Very few have done
as much ior Israel as the Red Sea.
The Israelites were going forth out of
Egypt. A small people. Only 600.000 of
them. About as many people as are in
Newark. N.J.. or St. Paul. Minn. They had
been slaves in Eqypt for four hundred
years and were now drawing their firsl
breath of freedom. Without property, not
knowing where their next meal would
come from, they were wandering in the
wilderness, locking for a home.
Not a happy situation and suddenly,
the prospsct grew even darker. Pharaoh
at first had consented to their departure
but when he woke up in the morning he
missed his slaves. He realized that with-
out them, ho would have to go to v.
himself and he didn't like that. He or-
dered his chaiiots to go in pursuit of the
Israelites. Scon the Israelites could hear
the clatter of the horses of their tk^
in the rear. In front of them, the? i
big ocean, the Red Sec, which m
swallow them in one gulp
What did the Red Sea do1 A Re.--
tide came along and swept the nJ
one side, permitting the Israelite* ua
over safely into the Promised Land
mighty white of the Red Sec:
The Red Sea today is still W
friend. A 40-inch oil pipeline conr.~
the Red Sea port of Eilat wit
to be constructed with ::. -::- .
sale of Israel Bonds. This .
again to escape from I :. 0;-J
sions. It will make Israel
the Suez Canal. It will n
dependent of the Suez N
to leain modesty. No loi
t

sue any dictatorial pol; .
new pipeline will give I
vantage over the Suez. I
harbor at Eilat will il
\o dock there. No -
tiie Suez Canal. To ti
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
NEWPORT
ANTIQ9rE
snap
2347 Coral Way
Miami 45, Fla
Call 446-1481
The Silverman Family
and
SILVER PAINT &
HARDWARE CO.
1 119 SW 1st ST. Miami
FR 3 2718
653 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Ph. 531 6773
1138 Normandy Drive
Phone UN 6-5929
Wish All Their Patrons and
Friends A Happy Passover
H : iy Greetings From .
FRANJO
PHARMACY, INC.
9715 E HIBISCUS
PERRINE, FLA.
Call 235-7972
FOR FREE DELIVERY
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LEES TACKLE,
Inc.
Established 1920
324 NE. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
MR. & MRS. LOUIS SHERRl
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
extend best wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
PASSOVFR GREETINGS
nom
BILL and HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY, INC.
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 374-4174
Happy Passover To All
THE HACK FAMILY
MIAMI FOOD STORE
t>5 N. E. 14th Street
Phone FR 3-2038
VisAt Our Store on U.S. I,
Plantation Key. Florida
"Keys Paylair"
Passover Gieetinqs From
Sol >itgtlell
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone IE 8-8551
Passover Greetings From
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 NE. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
HAPPY PASSOVER
CORONET
CHOCOLATES
lltO Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Fie.
534-2026
HOLIDAY '-
FOOD SP01
STORES
Groceries & Dairy $:*
Located
Throughout Dade Co.>|

Passover Greet.
LEE'S
Prescription Pharrti|
DISCOUNT DRUG SIOH
We carry co'v.p,.
of Barton's I
fftO Dl'.<-
7880 Coral Way 221 &
401 Coral Way
C. Gables 448':
2525 S. W 3 Ave 3790*1
5898 Suniet Drive 661 *j
JfWiis suvfJ
WOIKS Of AIT
Pumitura A-
INTERNATIONA!
FINE ART GALLfll
1228 Lincoln Rd Miami fc*
intti Pliant II lift
T. SCHORR
*< Phone Jf 4 25::
Passover Greet |8 F::
Kern Awning
Company
3520 N.W. 50th STRffl
Phone NE 5-2065
HOLIDAY GREETINW
Peiken Jewelers
923 LINCOLN 0aB
MIAMAJ BEACH
531-0414


April 4, 1969
>.lfn/ Paqe 7-E
, WML Aey must go halt way around
\ viqflfc I > .* i > 11 i I i r i ^'
When the Israel Army took Eilat in
J48. there was nothing there but a British
itary barracks. Of its ancient glory.
re was no vestige. It was at Eilat thcrt
Queen of Sheba was received by
Bolomon. The entire area was no doubt
sry precious to Solomon. Near Eilat are
famous Timnah copper mines which
ig Solomon worked and which now
being worked again. Some archeolo-
sts believe that the visit of Sheba's
jueen was primarily to make a commer-
ial deal for the copper.
Solomon, no doubt, loved the Red Sea.
le loved to watch the water. "Cast thy
read into the waters." said Solomon.
low often this bit of Solomonic wisdom
is been quoted. Solomon was bespeak-
ig faith and generosi'.y. Do not be afraid
giving, he was saying. The waters of
le will return your gifts to you.
The waters of the Red Sea are doing
^biucn for E: at and Israel. Th" Rod Sea
waters are a bit unusual. The Red Sea is
long, narrow sea. Actually, the term
d See t of a misnomer. The Red
is most v !>iue. Here and there, per-
haps through the reflections of the moun-
loins roundafctmt, patches'oi redne** nlay
be seen. A peculiarity of the Red Sea is
the warmth of the water below the sur-
face, which may be the reason for the
unusual variety of the fish life in its
Continued on Page 13
AT THIS SIGN .
. READY TO SERVE YOU
PERRINE-CUTLER RIDGE BANK
FRANK ROAD AT HIBISCUS PERRINE
CARIBBEAN STATE BANK
SOUTH END CUTIER RIDGE SHOPPING CENTER
/ EDI RAI :T L\SI K.'.V O IRP
What does Passover mean?
The head of the house points to the lamb
shankbone on the SeJer Plate. This is
symbolic of the Panovei sacrifice for the
Lord's mercy, compassion and redemp-
tion .. ."because He passed over the house
of the children of Israel in fcyypt when
He smote the Egyptians and delivered our
houses." lEx. 12,'27;.
GREETINGS TO ALL .
CHARLES1 RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, Owner
7121 N.W. 35th AVENUE
OX 1-6911
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
THE PLACE FOR STEAK
A HARROR LOM'XGE
1335-79th Street Causeway
Phone 758-5581
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
REX ENGRAVING OF MIAMI. INC.
63 N.W 6th St., Miami
FR 7-4761
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
FROM
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
VOTIRA PUBTTIBrC
16: N.E. 167th Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 944-3456
GREETINGS TO All
Aaron Kaplt
DESK
EXCHANGE
Phone NE 4-4024
Met* and Used Office furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
HOLIDAY HUNTERS

5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516

7432 DADEIAND MALL 667-2524
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
OXERUOiT JEWELERS
YOUR SOUTH A/MA/ttl JEWELER
7220 RED ROAD (Crossroad Bldg.) Ph. 665-2112
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF STREAM CARD COMPANY
310 N.W. 7lsl STREET, MIAMI Phone 754-1330
I. tintY MARKS & CaBfFABflf
MANUFACTURERERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE
fcWiri. MISStS' l MI01V DKtSStS, COATS I SUM
Morlu Bid, 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, Flo. Pliant F 1-2431
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MEIWELSOV SOUTH
.SltlCTlY KOSHER OPEN OAKY 8 to 5
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
to our many
Friends and Customers


Page 8-E
*Jewish flcrktfari
Friday. April 4,

I i *UeMpbt <^*tai*i4- Extends Best Wishes for
a
Happy and Joyous Passover
Dr. IRVING IEHRMAN, Rabbi
SAMUEL FRIEDIAND
Chairman of the Beard
JOSEPH COHEN
President
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.
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN and OFFICERS OF
Sky Lake Synagogue
Extend Wishes for a Happy Passover to All
ARC PANZER, President WIUIAM SIEGEl, Vice President
RAtSt JONAH E C APIAN
Best Wishes 'or a Happy Passover
from
Temple Sinai of North Dade
North Dade's only Reformed Congregation
RALPH P. KINGSLEY
Rabbi
STANFORD B. COOKE. M.D
President
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
The Only Synagogue In North Miami
Extends Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to All
URoy Borofsky
President
David twinleld
Zion KirscherUMum
Canter
.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes for a
Happy Passover to all
-
RABBI and MRS. MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy PASSOVER to the
Members and Offerers of
TIMP1E 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
A JOYOUS PAS
**fca*

BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Extends Best Wishes For
Peace and Happiness to All
af This Passover Season
2065 S.W. Third Avenue
7500 S W 120th Street
GERALD J. TOBIN
1
and FAMILY
EXTEND TO ALL
A HAPPY PASSOVER,.. K
*a Jt*mtfPmm f-
rent

Mr. and Mrs.-Jay Dermer
AND FAMILY
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PA&jv'f R
to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Vice Mayor and Mrs. Joe Malek
AND SON, ADAM LLOYD MALEK
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
5'729'i!
To our mnn\ fa
to Jewish iJPOpRj
may this trnditit^
Festival of r'rer
be 11 joyus >'n>on?|
Temple
1025 NE Ral
v\ '--: iff
MILTOft SCHLINSKY
Rabbi
ij/'Y^rnhA
iian
\MEx&n*

rr is with pl^a:
HOLIDAY GREETI1
MISHCM
MIAM'' BEA


Friday, April 4. 1969
* hn i st Fhrktton
ER TO ALL ...
1969
where
,s\
, ..,
'
Yeshurun
| Gardens Drive
COMMUNITY
kSSOVER
MOSES TIBOR
Cantor

i

Hid Uest Wishes
tppy Pttsoaver
EASURE-WE EXTEND
TINGS TO ALL TROM
N FAMILY
EACH. FLORIDA
2 & 6 6 6 a (5
1 1 i n
1 B 8 i Fffi ill 1 111 pi
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
RABBI SHMAKYAHU T. SWHlSKY
AARON IfRfffff. Vice Pra.
MORR/S 8. MAN*, President
MOMS KKIVAT, Vice fret.
PNU/P Nf AUROVSKY/Vict ftm rVM. 6. MECNAMfC, Treasurer
LOUIS IAIDA, fi.tiicWJr NAtVfT TINDlf*. Ree. S*cr.
Rabbi Maurice Klein and Member*
I
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Wish the Entire Jewish Community
'$**. -a "iriist.itappV'Passover
:; '!
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
at This Happy Holitlay Season
Extends Passover Greetings
to the Jewish Community
DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ, RABBI
JOSEPH GOLDEN, PRESIDENT
Page 9-E

RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
And the Membership of
TEMPLE MENORAH
Extend Best Wishes
to All
for a Most Happy Passover
t
TEMPLE OR OLOM
Greets the Jewish Community
at Passover with Best Wishes
for a Happy Holiday Season
RABBI RALPH Z. GLIXMAN
CANTOR BENJAMIN BEN ARI
-
Congregation Beth El
500 S. W. 17th AVENUE
Extends Best W;shes for
a
Happy ard Joyous Passover
SOLOMON SCHIFF HYMAN CHABNER
Rabb*
President
The Officers, the Board of Directors,
the Staff, the Students and Affiliate Groups of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
$
Extend a Happy Passover to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
THE RABBI, CANTOR, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
S i t 3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends
For A Very Happy Passover
WILLIAM DRUCKER
P resident
ALBERT ZISMAN
Chairman of the
PASSWIR GREtTIUGS FROM
Temple Zion
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
i :>!.: mi ii tov


*r
Page 10-E
*Jeistrhridlian
Friday. April 4. 1969
TOlAUMY FRIENDS
IN THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY...
I EXTEND MY SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
*
<^_/~l app \f f a s
ssover
Dick
Fincher
BEST WISHES FROM
Miami, Miami Beach and All Florida
Best Wishes To All tor
A Happy l*assor<>r
Pesach
Many
Years
Ago
By JACK SIEGEL
JSsf
Y&&&*.
The time was drawing near and. in
addition to having to ask the four ques-
tions, it was my job to go to the Beth
Hamedresh Hagodol (where I was to be-
come Bar Mitzvah) and get my grand
mother. She was an old lady. She was
old ever since I could remember and she
sat in her small East Brcnx apartment
near the radiator and would read the
Morning Journal all day. On the radiator
was a pot of coffee and it kept warm dur
ing the winter and she would reach avei
every so often, lift the pot and pour the
coffee into a cup which rested alongside
her paper.
This was always a kind of nervous
night for me, as I remember, because I
wasn't very good at asking the question*.
I was a secular kid and I spent the aftei
noon before sundown skating several
blocks from the house. Everybody e
had it easy; my sisters and brothei wo
sit around and eat and wait for the An
to come.
The whole Pesach time always ha I
tinge of the alien for me; a!i=n in '
where they talked about Jesus ana '' I
and the Irish kids in the noiqh! ;:
would wear the ash spots in their I
heads and we would knew them io: "...
enemy. But the whole ceremony h.id to
FLORIDA FILL, Inc.
ENGINEERING EARTH MOVING CONTRACTORS
Miami, Florida
Phone: 661-8518
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
Ted and Dorothy Patterson, Owners
Repair and Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127 Phone FR 9-6127
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ALL CITY PLUMBING, INC.
PHONE 891-3684
REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS-CONTRACTORS
HOT WATER HEATERS 1555 N.E. 123rd Street
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
IIAKIIOK I v\ si: \l OOII
620 N.E 78th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 751-9415
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
MR. and MRS. HARRY NISSEL
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
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do with another time. Pesach did. and
another place. And now I had to go get
my grandmother.
I understood Yiddish but could not
speak it I read Hebrew but did not un-'
derstand it. She understood some English
but could not speak it. Once when the
iceman irritated her, she said to him:
"Your mother should cry for you." Which
is a literal translation from the Yiddish
and those who know Yiddish know that
such a statement is a wish for the death
of the adversary. But the iceman went
away not knowing because he was an
Italian of recent American vintage him-
self.
So the Shul was a half block to the
corner, then right two more blocks, then
right again half a block. I'd have to go
there and get her and walk with her. She
wclked slowly; she wa<* old and would
hamper my speed. I would be eager to
get back because I wouldn't know what
to talk with her during the trek to th
house, and up the stairs, as she would
:he heavily and would exhale a "feh
pestkutsveh." A'so. she was kind of fun-
ny; she never liked to have me around
in cur house if she was rating. She didn't
like me to watch her eat. I somehow
understood this and, just for spite, in-
sisted on staying and watching her ea.t
But she was my mother s mother. And
she was the first to come to the States
from Minsk, pregnant even en route. She
worked in a butcher store and saved the
money and then brought over the rest of
her family, including a husband who was
so religious, he fasted three times a week
and. as family legend had it. starved him-
self to death.
As I say, she was my mother's mother
and my mother was respectful and the
tradition and continuity had to be main-
tained. But from the window I could see
some of the kids to whom Pesach was not
such a big deal. They were secular kids
too and it made me impatient. But my
father was also respsctful of the old lady.
He called her Shviger and they would
talk in Yiddish en the occasions he would
be together with her.
Mostly, my mother went across the
street, where the old lady lived, and spent
the evening. They would pass the time
talking about things guite arcane to me
until 1 would get restless and insist my
mother come home and the old lady
!d call on me to desist from such
( ontiiiui'd <>ii I'm")' I'!
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The Lessons For This Passover
Continued from Page 3
really knew the meaning of raftering How
much (In tllC) know Ol the holocaust. Jewish
moles pharaoh hurled into ihe water. Will mj
children think as l will ol the Jewish
mother in 1943, who, when her three children
were being taken bj the Nazis to a death
camp, pleaded for. and was given, the risht
tn choose one who would live, and lost nil
three because all three begged her to choose
them and she could make no choice? The
covenant against genocide Is still no! apporved
by mj own bclovTd United States Kn.
is closer to its ratification than we How deep
is my family's aw ireness ol suffering? !>>
they know the meaning of virulent racism
suffered by .lews and Blacks? And what c n
Ihej do t" alleviate suffering! Must one not
start with a In ent thi
dignity nd sanctity >! everj human beii
iture in the dr. in< Vnd m iy
r- ol r 'i ill by tl n wbj
Ji v had to learn 1 sul
they could 111 ei\ i thi T ih
1, I aftei the r
With my family 1 will it the bitter herbs
and the bn il poverty The "matzoh" i
made in h ist.s without I enrichment
nts H >ur
lade is callous to suffci inu" 11 i our ricln
-1 r i t ics that i tern
al? Have they al-i weakened our Commit ni
to worthy cauM and goals, ud helped u,
widen a penetration gap a^ our young become
disillusioned with us because we have .
obseaswd with things instead of ideal.
the matzoh is instant bread made n
How speedily w must seize any and
opportunity to free ourselves of pursuit
enslave Ihe l> dy and the spirit! Jew*
in Poland and Iraq even when the dm
really know the meaning of suffci .
em rate is forthcoming Jews In Latii A
ei and Ninth America practice "bi
with respect t" t tal a-
.. iuse >; the fleshp I- Ik sit itc I m ..
The Kiddush is recited
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KOTKIN'S
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Greets the Jewish
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Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Holiday Greetings
To All
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Phone 634-2021
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kifi<1 of mm '
novp that will insure the continuance
of thvir family's Jewish identification.
My people arc not all alike anymore
ih-in my family is altogether of one mirwl.
And at my Seder we will consider the situa-
tion of youth. So many an' Jewishly illiter-
ate and would welcome enlightenment. The
State of Jewish education in our country is
so traffic that I wonder whether our enormous
resources will be brought to bear upon the
problem. Some don't even know what ques-
tions should be asked. And others are rebel-
lious, hostle, beyond description. They are
not only disrupting college campuses but
they are supporting Israel's enemies! Do we
disown them? Do we let the world know-
that we have given birth to so many self-hat-
ing progeny? Or do we try to persuade them
with love and toleration. The editor of the
trndHkmal Hagga rod. Do we have a better approach available
today?
And we shall talk of the Paschal lamb.
What courage our forebears had to be pod-
hurtcnj in Egypt and slay before the eye*
of the Egyptians that which was the deity
of their hosts! Do we have the courage to
bkist and bust the false gods of our day*
ivmoeratlc techniques in the United States
;uts in need of revision. Even constitutional
provisions requirt; amenftMent. Will we fear
to upset patterns cherished and viable in the
past but no longer adequate for the present?
Our culture, too. has its folklore. Capitalism
has its folklore. Communism has its false pro-
phets. Will we be courageous to expose pre-
tenders to the throne of the right, the good,
and the true?
Kor h;df of our Seder service we will
ponder the situations of the moment sor-
did and depressing. We will ponder the chal-
lenges, the threats, and the dangers. But then
we shall burst into song songs of triumph,
songs of thanksgiving, and songs of hope.
Kor this is the "leitmotif" of Jewish existence
- challenge and constructive, redemptive,
response. We do not reconcile ourselves to de-
fiat. We shall always prevail. We are an
eternal people and our heritage has its time-
less message. "Hallel" we shall chant, and tn
two parts. Before the meal we shall rejoice
over the exodus from Egypt. After the repast
we will chant the second part with an eye
on the messianic era and its abiding peace
and justice. Each of four stages in our re-
demption from Egypt we will have toasted
with a cup of wine a fifth cup we will de-
dicate to Elijah and the redemption yet to
come.
Or has It already begun? And are we as un-
believing as our forbears were when Moses
appeared before them?
So many questions haw at least one en-
during answer Am Yisrael Chai our
people live and will live forever!
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, 666-2568
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Passover Greetinqs From
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GREETINGS
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FROM
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Phone 949-4511
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assover
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Ph. 371-9641
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1851 N.E. 163rd Street
NORTH MIAMI BEACH Phone 949 4513
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"Jewish Floridiam
Miami, Florida Friday, April 4, 1969
The Jewish Colonies In The Crimea
By BORIS SMOLAR
What has become of the Jewish colonies
in the Crimea which were established by
American Jewry through the Agrojointan
affiliate of the Joint Distribution Committee
--in the most difficult prewar years of Jewish
life under the Soviet regime? What has hap-
pened to the 250.0(H) Jews who were settled
there successfully in the years following 1924
and who became excellent landworkers over
an area of 300.000 acres?
This question Ills been on my mind since
the end of the war and, long before my re-
cent trip to the Soviet Union It was not only
a question of general interest for me but also
of ixrsonal interest. With Dr. Joseph Rosen,
the wonderful personality and head of the
Agrojoint who put bo mueh love and effort
into organizing and carrying out the conver-
sion i>f '\le.la.ss.ed.'I.Jpws.into admirable farm-
ers, from time to time I visited the colonies
as the only American-Jewish journalist >t i-
tioned in the I'SSR. I made a good many
personal friends there among the colonists
What happened to them? What hapi>ened to
the farms they built with their own hands ir.
rain and in wind, on land never cultivated
before?
What happened to the Jewish |\)st offices
in the colonies where the postage was can-
celed with official stamps in Yiddish charac-
ters? What happened to the net of Jewish
schools and other Institutions which the col-
onists established? What happened to the
colony which carried the name of Sholom
Aleichem and to the other settlements in the
Crimea named after Jewish writers? What
happened to the settlement of Kalinindorf
with its three-room Jail which was always
empty because no crimes were committed in
the Jewish region?
On mj recent trip to the Soviet Union I
hoped to receive permission from the Soviet
authorities to revisit the regions where Jews
-former small traders and people without
any definite profession invested so much of
their blood and sweat to become productive
citizens.
I knew Hitler's army had ravaged the
Jewish settlements during the Nazi occupa-
tion of the Crimea. However. I knew, too, that
thousands of Jewish colonists had succeeded
in escaping into the Soviet interior before the
Nazi armies entered their settlements. What
happened to these colonists? Did they return
to their homes after the war? Did they get
their land back? Do any signs ot Jewish life
remain in the areas where the Jewish colonies
were located? If there are no Jews there now.
to whom was their land given after the war"
Who now benefits from the huge efforts which
the Agrojoint made there? Who Inherited the
property that belonged to the Jewish settlers
annihilated by the Nazis?
In Moscow. I was told that there was
nothing for me to see in the Crimea now;
that the Nazis killed about 90.000 Jews in the
Crimea; that of the evacuated Jews, few re-
turned from the distant places in Central
Asia to which they were transported by the
Soviet authorities with some of their cattle:
and that the settlements in the Crimea have
been rebuilt but that they were no longer
Jewish. It was indicated to me that even if I
found a Jew here or there, in the settlements,
he would be a member of one of the collective
farms now inhabited by Ukrainians.
The Crimea was never part of the Ukraine.
The territory has a rich history as part of
Russia, and not of the Ukraine. The Turkish-
Russian war at the end of the last century
was fought over Crimean ground. During the
first veais ol the Bolshevik regime, there
were bloody clashes in the Crimea between
Czarist military groups and the Red Army
which finally ended in the defeat of the Czar-
i--t forces. Ukrainians never laid any historic
Claims to the Crimea. It was therefore puz-
zling to learn that the Kremlin decided quiet-
ly, in 1954. to turn over this rich and Strategic
Crimea to the Ukrainians and to make it a
paii of the Soviet Ukraine. Why this was
done has never been explained publicly.
Before the outbreak of World War II. the


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WE WISH YOU
* health
prosperity
and a most
\J~lapp% /"**
TO GOD*S CHOSEX PEOPLE .
HOLIDAY GREETINGS! '
(Modern Israel reborn and built on the ruins of the past,
[symbolizes the hope of free Men everywhere endurinq]
oeccel
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1180 Palm Ave.. Hialeah Ph. 887-6151
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROV .
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1140 NE. 163rd ST., NO. MIAMI BEACH 949-2422
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J
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Bilingualism
N
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d
c
d
It is now pretty clear that
Dawd BotJ-Gurton was right
when he said that Diaspora
Jews who would not or could -
not settle In Israel and yet
wished to remain Jewi must
teach their children Hebrew,
otherwise the links between Is-
rael atvt the I)iasi>ora were
bound to weaken as time goes
on.
Nor js there any need to
dwell ia this day and age on
our tradition.-which is Hebrew
from GeneaU." onwards, and on
the excitement and elation ex-
perienced by- a Diaspora Jew-
when he comes to Israel and is
able fo speak Hebrew. Of
course;1 a Jew- feels at home in
Israel wlthdut Hebrew but he Is
unable to melt Into the back-
ground, to feel his roots, to un-
bend spiritually, to relax intel-
lectually among equals, unless
be has-Hebrewand Hebrew is
.much-more "than "Shalom."
Agajri. because Yiddish i-
gradUally disappearing from
Jewish life (it will not be saved
-_ artifically by having Yiddish
chairs at universities; they have
chairs for I.atin too. and nobody
actually speaks Latin! there
will l)e no common Jewish lan-
guage unless Jews learn to
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Phone 665-2777
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Phone 373-3689
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MISHAEL, INC.
Cesigners and ,". hirer of Fine Off e Furn hjre
Store Fixtures a^d Arch red rVoodvt
175 West 24th Street, Hialeah 888-4262
peak Hi bn and not ,,
pray in Hebrew, in fart apeak.
ii,<' is more laniwilaiil m thk
e.mU-xt. *ine m>u iaan fray in
any language aaiiiing i ,,r
tradition. The Almighty ix mul.
- nipotcnt.
All this is axiomatic, though
it boars repetition Diaspori
Jews must therefore become bi-
linKUal if thry are to Survive as
Jews. It might be H<4>r-iv anii
Knglish. Hebrew and K:
Hebrew and Dutch, or what-
ever.
Here it would not b- ,, ;t 0f
place to pone a definition. Sir
Ben Bo wen Thomas, a v.
man, defined bilingitalvini in an
address to the British .V- ,
tion for the Advancement ,(
Science few years ag<> The
child attains a master of its
mother tongue and of a 1
language current with!-
ciety. or connected with its <
dition and the spiritual '\jn-
ence of its group. Sir Bei
talking of hllingualum in -
but his ilifuiitiun (Its t I
like a glow.
His view was tnat An nn!
attain bilingualism a Ctifl I
learn the second Ifcaguag
: the age of 12 This ii
Holiday Greetii js Fi
ELI CRESPI'S
GATEWAY
RAMIIEER
1650 N.i. 163rd STREET
Ph 9455311
Passove: Gieetinqs
Dr. Israel's
Health Shoe Inc.
" c65 Michigan Avenue
(off the Mall)
Miami Beach
Tel. 536-3031
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
STANG'S
Appliances
6364 Manor lane
South Miami
Phone 661-2871
rlAFPY PASSOVER
LOBO
LOUNGE
144A Biacayne Boulevard
Now Servinq The '
Italian Fooi
Holiday G:ee*:
HAROLD'S GARAGf
iPtCIAllVG IN
VOLKSWAGEN
REPAIRS
CARS TRUCKS
STATION WAGONS
Uftricetiea. oil eho*j. *
comelete enin. tro'""
.on end Beat "i* frhel
5764 COMMERCE LANE
S MIAV! 661-6931


Friday. April 4. 1969
+Jf*is*ncrkHan
Page 3-F
all right with us. Bar Mitzvah
happens to be celebrated at 13.
The similarity between our-
arlvea and the Welsh in this
repe't goes even further. There
aw many Welsh parents who do
not thrmselves speak Welsh but
want their children to speak it.
Sir Ben was not worried
about "spoiling" the English ao-
vnt or overburdening the poor
mill's. People can speak more
than one language faultlessly, of
course. As to the burden of two
language, millions of Cana-
dians. Indians. Belgians, Swiss
and others have two languages,
either because their countries
hawn to be com|>osed of more
than one linguistic group or be-
cause they could not make
progress without a European
language. If children of Swiss
mountain farmers or Belgian
fishermen or Canadian lumber-
jacks can do it. so can urban
Jewish children provided their
parents cooperate by establish-
ing the necessary schools and
encouraging bilingualism at
home.
Partial bilingualism has been
tried by the Irish. There was a
notion abroad in the early years
of the Irish Republic that com-
plete bilingualism was not feas-
Holiday Greetings
DON MYERS &
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Dormitory Furniture
Horn* Economics Furniture
Science Furniture
School Seating
365 HARBOR DRIVE
Phone 361-5449
Greetings to All
Our Friends
SOUDER'S
CLEANERS
ALTERATIONS &
LAUNDRY SERVICE
1244 Ali Baba Ave.
MU 8-4521
MS. en*M*S. WM I. SOUOEB. Pop.
A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
Dr. and Mrs.
Manning J. Rosnick
and Family
Holiday Greetings From .
Coral Park Discount
Pharmacy
Prescription Specialists
9722 S.W. 8th Street
Miami-221-0353
A Happy Passover To All
J. & W. PLUMBING
SERVICE. INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom Jay- Mm Washington
MIAMI. FLORIDA
r
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weintraub
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy Passover
5150 NORTH BAY ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY PASSOVER
JI3* NORTWWfcST MMMI COURT MIAMI 37. FLORIDA
(Greater Miami'* Friendliest Printing Plant"
JOE COHEN and KURT FRANK of the
FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY
Extend Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
330 West 13rd Street, Hialeah
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
I'llllS .WTO PARTS. tNC.
1243 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 377-1431
GREETINGS... JOHN A. LYOEN
MICKLEH IVIM\
REALTORS
SAI.t-S RENTALS MANAGEMENT
Phone HI 4-6161 1300 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA 33134
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
MANNY & ROSE MEYER OF
Country Club Men's Wear & Formal Wear
RENTAL and SALES
Stock On Premises
415 PERRINE SHOPPING CENTER, PERRINE
Ph. 238-0621
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BUS SALES & SERVICE CORP.
1055 E. 27th STREET, HIALEAH
Phone 691-3515

A
Happy
Passover
To All .
DAVID STUZIN. P-esident
CITIZENS
"Dimi. SAVINGS
#1
MAIN OFFICE: 400 HIALEAH DRIVE
PAL* SWINGS OFFKE: M0 *OA0 AT W. 4tth ST.
CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED
CALL FR 3-2191
For Dealer Merchandiser in Your Neighborhood
24 hour servlCE
BLOCKS-C U BES
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
FLORIDA DIVISION
931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-219T
Also Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale
TO ALL GREETINGS
SUN CITY DAIRY FARMS, Inc.
RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS HOTELS STORES
ir WE WHOLESALE *
BUTTER EGGS CHEESE
763 W. 18th STREET Ph. 887-7431
Hialeah. FUrida
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Bid Flynn's
Dixie Ribs Restaurant
15295 South Dixie Highway
Phone: 235-3227
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ALEX SHAYEWIT7 and BERNARD ALVARF7
MASTERCRAFT FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERING MFG.
CO., INC.
3823 NE. 1st COURT, MIAMI
PL 4-3661
Compliments of
ATOMIC LIGHTING INC.
6780 S.W. 81st TER. MO 7-8833
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WILLIAM DASS CARNIVAL SUPPLIES
Phone: 688-8389
11629 Northwest 7HS Avenue, Miami


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* knisl Fkridlidir
Friday, Api: 4, 1969
^ aiu.cj.jj.r Ik.
*^J~ioliaci\f treason to ^>^rll
FARM STORES
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JACK SILVER
HERB BRODSKY
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGE
Extending Our Season's Greeting*
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
INC
To All .. Best Wishes tor the Holiday
Tropical Paper & Wax Company
Wix Paper, Preanr Paper, Delicatessen Paper, "Tropical-
9500 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Holiday Greetings To All ..
UNIVERSAL JET INDUSTRIES
599 W. 27th Street, Hialeah
Phone 887-5651
ll>:i
Atf*.< v. Inc.
Happy Ho'id.iy To All Our Friends
GE\'E**AL INSURANCE
128 Security Trust Cldg., Miami, Fla. 33101 Ph. 379-2651
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BARBARA J. TAUT IK. Khsiqnvr
1919 PONCE de LEON BLVD.
With | >f< isional b lebratlng its
.. this yc ir a ok at the Jewish In-
in ne seems in order Al-
.. ,f.
Cineini '
f th.it cl thi
., .; ii mat i
j b 11 lyer was Li|
P
N Y Haymakers <>f the first
National Association in 1871;
... 1872-73; Hartford Nutrm -
. litoy lis, 1873 ?n ' mai r r i :' wns
!877 78
In il | a
patcd in orv : th>
.*er played I
eds'
lt\ Ji>< SILVER'
Baseball's
Centennial
delphia Athletics in 1866 A left-handed b*
he became the game's firsl gr< it slugger. He
hit s home runs in ;airjst the
IS Pike .. ed with the in
i : \..t ball team in \> T. and in succeeding
> :- ...i.v with man) teams in many eitiea
across the country.
He plfyed w th the New York Mutual*,
1867-68; Bi iklyn Atlantics 1869-70; Troy,

\witi .ii. R-7 victory in Brooklyn
Pikr v. tain of tin I
i the time in r:
Troy, Hart ird ind Cincinnati In 1877
the National League s sec i I
run champion.
He finally quit baseball In lSMi and
can.' a haberdnsber in Brooklyn*! Pike .
oohptad a comeback in 1887, it ..
MR. HID MRS. S. J.
EST. 1925
7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
445-7070
Season's Greetings
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA-LOCKA, FLORIDA
685-1521
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
PASSOVER GREFTIN6S
FARREY'S
SCHLAGE LOCKS
DECORATIVE HARDWARE
LIGHTOLIER LIGHTING FIXTURES
754-5451
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
3725 So. Dixie Highway
SID FALK-BARNEY LANDERS
GREETINGS
GULFSTREAM PRESS. INC.
3300 St) Ml*
Fh. 623-8271
ii ::: ay ;; : :.'::*: :'
G & R AUTO SERVICE
Automobile Air Coe)itieH'
Selet Service I".f*lll.on
COMPLETE AUTO MPAtgS
Trenunttiont Tune Up
Peinl end Body JrVe'lr
Same Location 24 YeaiJ
3SS1 BIRD ROAD. CORAl CABLES
Phone 444-JOI
GREETINGS TO ALL
SAM BERLIN, Pr**idnt
AMHIK Fill
Oil.. IXi .
Gulf Oil Products
1861 Bay Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-46:1
Holiday Grei I
KEN NY
OFFICE SUPPLIES
6C47 S.W. 8th S-
FREE DELIVERY
Phone 665-4731
.''. PASSOVEB TO ALL .
EDWARDS PRODUCE CO.
1227 N.W, 21st STREET ph. 374-614?
D RT SCHAr! I
' JV'r L M Jewish Gon.ruuuty
KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC.
" -''' *
Ph 635-3066 Ph 635-6650
EH TO ALL...
Mr. and Mrs. SAM LUBIN
ABC Auto Radiator
SERVICE .
6200 N.W. T>~ ''
OX l-Sfd
1 HOUR
C n n for I
...
need c n .,--
P i rj Jtftr. Tr.-.
oei r.
WE HONOR ALL JVAJOB
CREDIT CARJ1S
t H Dt v P
STONKS \iii'
CKMKK, IV.
1079 Kano C
Miami B"ch
Phone 865-5150
ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS


Friday, April 4, 1969
v.Jewist Fkridfiann
Page 5-F
*

with the New York Mets eonvincort him to
retire again. He was 48 years old when he
died in 1893.
During-most of his career, Pike was an
outfielder and considered the fastest man in
the game. He batted over .300 in five of his
eight years in the major leagues.
While Pike was the most notable Jewish
figure in baseball in the early era, he wasn't
the only one. Besides Pike, the best players
prior to 1900 were Billy Nash. James (Chief)
Roseman and Dan Sterns. An outfielder, fu st
l>aseman and pitcher, Roseman played for
various clubs in 1882-90. He was a member of
the pennant-winning New York Mets of the
American Association in 1884. Roseman man-
aged St. Louis in 1890.
Sterns played just about every position,
but was primarily a first baseman. He. too,
played on many teoms in 1880-89, and was
with the Cincinnati Reds who won the first
American Association pennant in 1882. Nash,
whom the Sporting News called a Jew in 1890.
appeared in 1,541 major league games as an
infielder in 1884-98. He played on four pen-
nant-winning teams, 1890-93. in Boston. Nash
also managed the Phil idelphia Phillies in
1896.
Other Jews of the era who managed in the
major leagues were: Jacob Morse (he be-
came a great sports-writer in Boston'. Boston
of the Union League. 1884; Ben Pine. St.
Louis. 1885. and LouU Heilbronner. St. Louis,
ltU). Heilbronner formed baseball's first sta-
tistical bureau in 1909.
The early executives included Edgar Mayer
Johnson, secretary of the Cincinnati Reds in
1877-80. Ke was related to the first Jewish
settler in Cincinnati. Cincinnati produced three
more: Nathan Menderson, president of the
Reds in 1880; Louis Kramer, a part-owner of
the Reds, and Aaron Stern, who owned the
American Association team in 1882-90. Stern
is credited with popularizing Ladies' Day.
Kramer and Stern helped found the major
league American Association, and Kramer
served as its president in 1891.
Barney Dreyfuss became the part-owner
of the Louisville Colonels in 1888, and owner
of the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1900. Dreyfuss
owned and operated the Pirates until his
death in 1932. He produced great teams in
Pittsburgh, and in 1903 originated the World
Series when he allowed his team to meet
Boston in a post-season match. Dreyfuss was
the National League's first vice president,
and the builder of the major league's first
>t.-el stadium. Forbes Field, in 1909.
New York City was represented by An-
drew Freedman. who owned the New York
Giants in 1894-1902. A controversial figure.
Freedman forced the National League to cut
down from 12 to eight teams: introduced the
(Continued on Page 14)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CUTLER RIDGE
LIGGETT REXALL
DRUG STORE
20217 So. Dixie Hiqhway
CUTLER RIDGE
Holiday Greetings to All
ELECTRONIC
EQVIPMENT
COMPANY
2701 N.W. 12nd Avenue
Phone NE 5-0421
MiamL Fla.
Passover Greetinqs
To All Our Friends
REX
ART SUPPLIES
2263 S.W. 37th AVE.
(Douglas Rd.)
MIAMI, FLA.
Phone 445-1413
GREETINGS
GOLDFARB &
ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
SeecMiifef i
COMMfKIAL o.rf INDUSTRIAL
RCAl ISTATI
6925 BISCAYNE tlVD.
Mi. 757-7631
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
Le Bon Cleaners
& Laundry
Irving Kornick
955 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 374-5214
HIL 0AY1S
HIL bAVIS
HIL OAV S
HIL DAV f
HIL OAVIj
HIL DAVIS
HIL DAVIS
HIL OAVli
PHIL OAYll
PHIL DAVIS
HIL DAYII
HIL DAVIS
'HIL DAVIS
MIL DAVIS
PWL DAVIS
HIL DAVIS
few
hidavt|
BIG, SHORT
..TALL
WE FIT
T HIM ALLI
Cad* Shorti
Eitro ShoiH Shot*
Lonfli Ira Long*
ftfnrort/r Shorn
Extra tortty Short.
JUgvlara
m mm m r >!, la Ik. -yi*. mUt,
a* **/)>>*
Sizes 34 TO 50
IN THIS*
FAMOUS MA Kill
KUPPfNHf IMII
EASLf
PCTROCILU
IMS. Il>|lir St., Miami
22 5 Lincoln M., Miami B.ach
Hi* PLUM4
IA9LI
P4LM IIACH
TIMIir
winr ttos.
DIPLOMAT
PHIL DAVIS
MANHATAN
AND
ARROW smm
AND
FRINCH SHRINE*
SHOIS
GREETINGS FROM
Spradiey, Riley and Slaughter, Inc.
FOOD BROKERS
3550 N.W. 60th STREET
Ph. 633-1426
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ATLAS ROOFING CO., INC.
All Types of Residential 8 Industrial Roofs
if WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE and SMALL LEAKS *
122 W. 23rd STREET Hialeah
Ph. 885-1641
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ..
WESTWOOD LAKE AMERICAN SERVICE
10701 S. W. 56th STREET, MIAMI
Phono: 271-9031
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
BEACH RADIO & PARK TV
317 23rd St., Miami Beach
532-3198
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
maule
MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC.
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
100 Biscayne Blvd.
377-8941
TO ALL GREETINGS
BONACKER &
LEIGH, INC
Food Brokers
MEMBERS NATIONAL FOOD BROKERS ASSOCIATION
"Wf COVER SOUTH FLORIDA"
5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
LOUIS BAIDA/1
I/Mw&eJ ike,
oodwill Cifis -Promotional Advrrdsinc Jf
4590 N.E. 2nd Avenue
P.O. Box 37-634
Miami, Florida
Phone: 754-5536
Visit Our Air Conditioned Showroom
Best Wishes fcr the Holiday Season
KNICKERBOCKER MEATS, INC.
MIAMI, FLA. NEW YORK, N.Y.
Arthur Mark Barry Prusin
GREETINGS
DIXIE FARMS PRODUCTS
WHOLESALE MEATS and PROVISIONS
519 N.W. 23rd Str..t Phon. FR 1-3494
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Ill AMAH SI rill MARKET
1801 E. 4th AVENUE, HIALEAH
RHONE 888-2241
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL
CLUTCH & PARTS CO., INC.
1401 S.E. 9th Court, Hialeah
Phone 888-6881
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JAMES A. DAVIS ACCOUNTANT
BRING YOUR FIGURES TO US
1050 S.E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Phones 887-6356 887-0375


Page 6-F
vjmisf Fk-ridfinr
Friday, April 4, 1963
DONNELLY ADVERTISING
7fte Donnelly Way
OF OUTDOOR
ADVERTISING
Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in
MIAMI
FT. LAUDERDALE
Call 751-6641
5220 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz
and Family
The Four Ambassadors, 801 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami Beach
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SERBIN, INC
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
Q for a Happy P
Passover Season to All
253 N.W. 22nd Lane
371-4603
GREETINGS TO ALL .
HATTON DRUG CO.
"It is our pleasure to serve you"
Dial 37?-9341
2200 NW 2nd AVE. Miami
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MR. AND MRS. MELVIN GROSSMAN
LAUREN AND SANDRA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
IMkIS SI AMI Vltll Si:iC\ II I
1428 N.W. 14th Ave, Miami
Telephone 635-1728
Holiday Greetings to the Entire Community
UOXTAXAM 4 11 V## 11. S4HO0L
The Delivery Of .Our \
I

. Jerusalem
Wli.ii betti i occasion than
over for. th** renewed foi Is by tli-' Jewish communi-
in s ol th< free woi Id i" secure
the deliverance >! thou breth-
ren from bondage in Kgypt,
Syria and Iran' Pharaoh
turies ago, made the Jews
glavewartaan, toiling ui fl< i the
sting m the royal lash. Bui iu-.
day. in the land ol Phafoah, Ihe
able-bodied men ol the shrunk-
en Jewish community are held
in concentration camps, In:
Syria, the remaining Jews live
under virtual house-arresl In
Iraq, the miserable rcmnanl r>t
a once-grea1 Jewish community
lives literally in the shadow
of the gallows,
The Arabs are Ibnd ol re-
peating that Jews "always"
liM-d in peace and brotherhood
with, tin'ii neighbors in the Arab
lands until a villainous Zionism
apiN'aivd and mad' enemies ol
ancient friends To support this
claim. Arab pro|>agandists point
t.i Spam in (he 1 Ith century
under Aral) rule, when many
Aiiliur's Wholesale
Jewelrv Co.
wish everyone a Happy Passover
SEYBOLD BUILDING. MIAMI
PHONE 379-0402
BEUTEL'S SOLAR-HEATER CO.
TANKS BOOSTERS
* COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS *
1527 N. Miami Ave. FR 1-1426
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
COLONIAL BAKERY
HONEY CAKE SPECIAL 4 432 N.E. 125th STREET, NORTH MIAMI
Phone 759-1963
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
NICHOLAS APARTMENT HOTEL
9585 COLLINS AVCMU6, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-8051
291 E 2nd Street, Hialeah
887-7543
Passover Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons
ACE-RELIABLE AUTO LEASING
HARRY HOL.ZMAN
1031-5th Street, Miami Beach Ph. 538-0421
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
WELL BILT PRODUCTS. INC.
TARASCH PHARMACY
621-9961 NA 12881 18315 N.W. 7th Avenue
5561 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-5276
Juws oeeupled prominent
lions in the cultural and >
political lif>' of the country It
is no accident that the fl
propagandists have t<> go baVk
some five centuries to rind
example to support thet) i
veil that i sample, on <
r-xan in ition, yields some r
esting facts thai don't i
a< cord wdli the theory
The truth is that under <
li m rule, throughout Uv
i :: |< s, all non-Mosli o
t reated ,i~ inf< i lot s, b> t h|
rti finitions of the Koran. For
thai all n>>n-Ou isj in
wen so regardi d in "In, I
countries until the IKtii ,,r l'Jth
centuries Throughout mosl i I
the period, the i m >1111* al
military conflict ol Islam was
with Christianity and therefor
in Moslem countries, the Jew
as a l< hated and l< -
li-rior infidel than the Christie i
The conditions under which
tln> Jews rtd in istiahs, lou
lived al anj time In any Arab
country depended, to a large,
extent, on whether the n
there was more or less, iibviai
Happy Passover
Greetings To All
JUAN and MAC KLEIN
Club Deuce Bar
& Package Store
222 14th Street, Miami Beach
Phone JE 1-6200
n ;s
.- -
BY
DALE f. WEiDMAN, INC
4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Phone 759-4971
Holiday Greetlrgs
dis-Clothes-tec
1565 Suntef Drive
Coral Gables
Phono 661-0971
Holiday Greetings Fi..:.>
Herbert B.
Sykes, Inc.
SYKESBRACEforHERNIA
Requires No Straps
Positive Control
No Hospitalization
20 S E 3rd Avenue, Miami
Phone 371-4022
A Happy Passover To All
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
PaintingCo'or Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fonder Repairs
3647 N.W. 36th STREET
Phono 633-0161
SBBSBBBSSSJI
BgRRg*


1
Friday. April 4. 1969
fJenisti ncridfiar)
Page 7-F
Brethren
But even under the b.-st of cir-
cumstances, even the most bril-
liant Jews could rise to high
liosition* only in certain fields:
they could become court physi-
cians, treasurers or iH'rsoiial ad-
visers to the ruler- positions in
which the link was iiersonal and
not part of a full participation
by the Jewish community in the
octal and political life of the
country.
In the Arab countries of the
Middle Bait with the excep-
tion of I-obanon the friendly
relationship between Arab and
Jew, painted by Arab propa-
ganda has not existed. It did
not exist before these countries
became Independent after
World War II. Nor has it
since existed. The Hue sequence
was that the rapid deteriora-
tion of the official attitude to-
ward the Jews, even before es-
tablishment of the State of Is-
rael, was what made the Jews
ol Arab countries emigrate in
their overwhelming majority
and not the other way around.
Most ol what remained ol the
(Continued on l\it;. 10)
IT IS OUR PLEASURE
SERVING YOU .
4IJJKM
PARCH,
SERVICE
401 N.E. 62nd Street
Phone 758-4753
A Happy Passover To All
LE MONm
JEWELERS
8499 Coral Way, Miami
Phono 221-1424
;: iy ^'cMings Frr:n .
TOWN DRUGS, INC.
, 5350 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH
Phone: 681-3561
: iy Greetings From
Sanitary
Fish Market
FRESH FISH & SEAFOOD
Phono. 531-6481
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
To All Our Friends
BLY'S GARAGE
General Repairs
All Models
232 SW 2nd AVENUE
Phono FR 1-6804
Sengra
Development
Corp.
14054 N. W. 67fh Avenue
Miami Lakes, Florida
QUALITY HOMES
8211130
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
The Round Table Ft. L.ud*rd,i.
The Hasta Mi.mi
The Bahama Steak House Miami
Carole's Restaurant hlimh
THE FINEST IN DINING *
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
EDWARD DON & CO.
1550 N. Miami Avenue
Happy Passover To All .
UNIVERSITY CABS
CORAL GABLES
Phone HI 4-1616
Auto Rentals-Chauffeurs-Cars for Hire-Delivery Service
MIAMI SOUTHWEST
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CAPRICE. INC.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
5853 S.W. 73rd Street
South Miami
Telephone 667-0011
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CHARLIE P. JOHNSON
LAWN and WEED CONTROL
4655 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Phone 634-7715
Passover Greetings to All Our Friends and Clients from
MR. AND MRS. WERNER COHN AND FAMILY OF THE
i.VHlls CUSTOM CABINETS
4215 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Ph. 444-6947
BEST WISHES FROM
Leander's Automotive Service
11835 West Dixie Highway
Phone 759-0263
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
< iti ini MREA1J OF
UREATEU III I HI
160 N.E. 4th Street, Miami
Phone 3713461
TO OUR CLIENTS AND FRIENDS AND
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE
PASSOVER HOLIDAY
BOULEVARD NATIONAL BANK
of MIAMI
5000 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Ay\IAMI, FLA.
Member F.D.I.C. Federal Reserve System
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARK0WIT7.
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ
and Daughter LORI LYNN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy Passover
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
BUNING FLORIST, INC.
1752 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida
Phone FR 3-4631
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
V:t\\ li;>r flu idling lucliisi ill's
1800 S.W. 97th Avenue, Miami
Phone 226-8921
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SUPERIOR STAMP and SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 374-1034
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
THE ORIGINAL HOFFMANS
CAFETERIA
15th Street and Collins Avt. Ph. 531-0357
KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD OPEN ALL YEAR


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We wish our friends Mid patrons the compliments
of the season. May the coming year bring
you the success for which you are
striving, the happiness you
are craving, the good
health to enjoy
them both.
Festive Passover Greetings
To All .
merioana
Oceanfrcnf at 98th Street
UN 5-7511
HAFPY PASSOVER TO ALL
From
SOITHGATE TOWERS
I APARTMENTS
900 West Ave.. Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gumenick 532-3331
Passover Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
(A m hich th Lord -.
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-0381
IRVING PCOOLNICK
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MAYOR SHERMAN W'NN, Vice President General Manager
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 633-8411
Friday, April 4, 1969
A JOYOUS PASSO
Pcssover Greetinqs
C0RONAD0
MOTOR
MOTEL
F- Walton Beach, Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8116
Holiday Greetinqs
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
To Our Friends and Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
For Very SpecfaJ Occasions.,
THE
Diplomat
w^t Ucru f- turnover */o &*rll
Pot rwcnuttau, call 945 9571 m Mum: or WA J 8111 in Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA
f
5729 1969
To our many friends and patrons
and to Jewish people everywhere,
may this traditional
festival of freedom
be a \ovus seasor.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MIAMI (IIIOM \l HOI I I
146 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
373-2181
\Y GREETINGS FROM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
Passover Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
Mimosa Apartment?
4747 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
PHONE 532-6411
Happy Passover To All .
NETHERLANL HOTEL
1330 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH
Phono 534-4791
MR & MRS SIGMUND WEINTPAUB & FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
IMlOMi;\ aim: HO I I I
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-5721
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
M. MOKITZ HO I I I
ON THE OCEAN and 16th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-3711

A HAFPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH


1
Friday, April 4, 1969
* klst fkridteyr?
Page 9-F
VER TO ALL

*
The An Conditioned nd Heated
CAIANA COLONY
M Tht Ait Cob.
urtuuqup
I moth | woi i___
vDest lA/iiked for a
Hilda & Bernie Wieder
Owner Mgmt.
W___ OK TMI OCEAN AT Mtti STMET, MIAMI IEACH
s.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JIMMY PAYTON LARRY PASKOW
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF AT THE
HARBOR ISLAND SPA
ON THE 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES EOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ivanhoe >*,he se'
Oceanfront at 101st St., Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
LARRY CLIFF, General Manager.
For Reservation 865-3511
Compliments of
Golden Strand
HOTEL AND VILLAS
Oceanfront at 179th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FOLR FREEDOMS HOTEL
38O0 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531 0741
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
LEON M. ROSFNBLUM
UN 5-9801
BEST WISHES FOR
HAPPY CHANUKAH
SHELDON
HOTEI
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebcfsky
LOMBARDY
CENTER
LOMBARDY HOTEL
BEACH TOWER
LOMBARDY INN
63rd and COLLINS AVENUE
UN 6-7761
A2V-XELL no 11 I
700 EUCLID AVENUE-531-1191
i.i i \ i ig ici no111
843 EUCLID AVENUE 531-1103
niT/ PLAZA HOTEL
1701 COLLINS AVENUE-531-6881
MR. and Mrs. ROBERT JACOBS
.*i
M
- -:.;"
FOR
ontaineUeaU
<^Jl app y Jrassove
6*^411
r
BEN NOVACK,
President
WALTER DURDEN
Managing Director
yfoi Tit OUAi AT 44 tk ST t 111 !*! I l A C H


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*Jcnisi> Meridian
Friday, Aprt] 4
< 1969
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Complete JHavint Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
COMPANY
MIAMI. FLOHIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHOME HE 5-6591
GREETINGS...
WEBB CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY
We Help Build Greater Miami
INDUSTRIAL SPECIALISTS
1300 NW 167th ST., Miami, Ha. 33169
Ph. 624-8484
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TREMENDOUS COLOR
HIALEAH FLORIDA
PHONES:
DADE COUNTY
BROWARD COUNTY
887-0511
522-1361
Best Holiday Greetings
Cavanaugh, Gray & Co.
IBM Building, Suite 26-2125 Biscay tie Blvd.
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33137
Phone 379-3444
American Plumbing Supply Co., Inc
1675 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 532-3447
GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ROLFES OPTICAL DISPENSARY
2340 GALIANO, CORAL GABLES 445 7959
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
JOSEPH SCHULTZ AND SONS, INC.
255 N.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-5174

HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
LINOLEUM CITY
5658 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone: 757-8021
The Delivery Of Our Brethren
(Continued irom Paga T>
once largo Jewish community
of Kgypt departs! after the
Sinai war of 1956. The few
thousand who stayed were ex-
posed to continued harassment
and persecution and made great
efforts to emigrate. When the
Six-Day War erupted, about
2.000 Jews were left. All the
adult males were arrested and
sent to prison or concentration
camps. Those of military age
are still imprisoned. The Egyp-
tian authorities openly admit
this, "explaining" that if they
were Arabs, they would have to
serve in the Army. In that CMC,
they would have to shoot at
Jews across the Sue/ Canal, so
the Egyptians assert, actually it
is sheer humanitarianism to
keep them in prison.
Under some very special ar-
rangements with thi' Baghdad
regime, practically the entire
Jewish community of Iraq was
airlifted to Israel in 1948. 20.000
to 30.000 of them being flown
out each month, around the
clock, directly to I.ydda. Yet.
typically, when the exodus
reached its end, a number of
the men who hail been engaged
in its organization were arrest-
ed, tried and given heavy prison
sentences for work which they
did with official knowledge and
sanction, and practically, oij
behalf of the Iraqi authorities
In recent years, the small
remnant of the Jewish commu-
nity became the victim of two
developments which followed
the overthrow of the monarchy:
the social and political instabil-
ity of the country which led to
one revolution after the other,
and the barbaric cruelty of the
masses. The festivities arrangi d
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
FACTORY CARPET OUTLET
"100,000 Sq. Yds. in Stock to Choose From
All Sizes-All Colors-All Types"
14995 N.E. 20th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI 944-3448
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DADE REMOVAL SERVICE
Serving the Mortuary Profession
750 N.W. 96th STREET
Phone 696-1452
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SEVEN SEAS NOVELTY CO.
AND BINGO SUPPLIES
AND PRIZES
771 N.W. 79th Street, Miami .
Phone 693-4661
A Happy Holiday Season To All
MM I AKLOWS II All III IC SHOP
109 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Phona 374-7528
Best Wishes To All For The Holidays
MKA MtmiIVS MOUSE TKAP
7460 Biscayna Boulevard, Miami 754-0433
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SMiTB ttfCf #; STORE
3526 N.W. 17fh Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-6476
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Commercial Sewing Machine Co.
SYLVIA 4 JACK GREENBERG
2035 N.W. 1st PLACE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
373-7363
under the gallon. ,n.. ..
Of Baghdad ami !;. ,, j *
uary were a ty, .. ... .,;,'*":
bos the rulers : Baghiad trs
to utilize that erw ty \Z
themselves in paw r
Less has been i ublis]
cently about th. ;... j,.^
who still liw in S> i la \ though
there have been no | ibli han*.
ings there such as tool
Baghdad- their fat-
much better than that
Iraqi brethren. Arab ->.,.
tors" .have been appoint
for every scon oi so
families, and thej act 9 < ,|
feudal lards over those ,
their control. J. u- an
mitted to leavt i hi ir I
residence, in many pi.i. '
are taqtdrcd to report ,
the polite [n s.,,> | |
males have to i_-.itI. t ,.
daily in the syna oi
countml. In one lowi
specter" lalts each >
home every night, to a ,
that everybody is ,- \,
These, then, .ire t!;.
tions in which Jews livi ,
countries on Pasaover, '. i
Compliments
ot
MIL AND MBS.
HOLIDAY GREETING
TO ALL
Located at
227 Seybold Bldg
Passover Greetinas
Ben Grabers
ladies Wear
163rd St Shopping Cer-er
1325 N.E. 163rd St
Biscayne Shopping PIj:i j
945-4171 751 2443
'lo All a Most
A Happy Passovet
AJAX
WINDOW CLEANERS
nd
MR. & MR*. ISO 10*11
and FAMILY
6636 COLUKS "
Phone UN 4-34
Holiday Grw n
ik CUSTOM TAILOS
LBERT
CUSTOM TAHOttO SUITS
t.tprn A|lriiii.mi I
RIVSAVINC MUM ,KIMU>G
Onr fr/u. k I Soutl M
7209 S.W. 51.K Ct. *.-"-
PH: 661 WM
HOLIDAY GW "
CENTRAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
12607 N.W. 7fh AVE.
Miami
MU 5-1514


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... to commemorate the
enduring spirit of
independence
-OLIDAY GREETINGS
STOBS BROS.
;truction Co.
J. ROBERT ST08S.SR.
110 N.E. 4th Court, Miami
Phone 751-1692

I- G4VNER
LADIES' & /WEN'S
TAILORING
Specializing in Alterations'
' : 485 N.E 6th Avenue
Phone 757-8201
Holiday Greetings
"Green Acres
Kennel"
Dog Grooming B Boarding
Phone 247-3098
24201 S.W. 192nd Avenue
Homestead
Holiday Greetings
ATLANTIC SERVICE CENTER
1295 S.E. 8th Avenuo
HIALEAH
GREETINGS
KAIftIO
|lMM TOICS INI .
South Miami Coral Gables
Southwest Soction
RADIOS. TELEVISION
SERVICE
10945 S. Dixie Highway
Phono 661-8552
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
IUS1WYXE MEDICAL
I UtOli MOIUI > M\<
2650 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
W. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
W. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mi. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PA1RONS
The JIM MCDONNELL'S
Andy Frain Service
940 LINCOLN RD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 532-4818
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR
WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
rrm?me
BAKERY
"Butter Makes It Better"
Phone 532-4445
1349 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.
TNT CHEMICALS. INC.
MANUfACTUBfRS OF
HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
BEST WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER SEASON
NEIL BASIL'S GALLERIES, INC.
2935 Collins Aw., Miami Beach
^/^c.-/ ll'/.-'ic- and K-frcctiitqt
T U 'V
BISCAYNE FEDERAL SAVINGS
& LOAN ASSOCIATION
Four Convenient Offices In Miami
E. ALBERT PALLOT, President
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SOUTHERN BAKERIES CO.
315 N.W. 20th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SCHOOL
AND SUMMER CAMP
11211 Biscayne Blvd. 757-1511
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
andrew geller
exquisite footwear
Rothman's Shoe Salon
MIAMI BEACH
CORAL GABLES
FT LAUDERDALE
BALHARBOUR SHOPS
PALM BEACH MALI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ROBERT'S TAMIAMI DRUG STORE
U.S. POST OPVCE SUB STATION PAY UTILITY BILLS HERE
Pick-up and Delivery Prescription Specialists
5705 S.W. 8th St.-661-1691
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ll llll PAIKIWt. tO.. IMC.
4115 N.W. 28th STREET
PHONE: 634-7411
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
PAIIKS IIICOS. MH.. IO., I\
1049 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah
Phone:691-6812
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FLORIDA DIVISION
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.United Benefit Life Lns.
Phone 377-4951 1201 Brickell Avenue


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1969
44
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
M With A Smile On fmtm Sariaf I Atife"
ALFRED ARONOYITZ
AND
ROBERT M. HAYERFIELD
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
25 W. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Interiors by
LONGS
601 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE, MAMI, FLORIDA 33101
"FREE CUSTOMER PARKING"
MAKING CONSTANTLY AVAILABLE
NEW and BETTER PRODUCTS FOR YOUR OFFICE
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETTNGS
TELEPHONE: 377-1551
E. C. PALMER and CO.
DIVISION OF HAMMERMILL PAPER CO.
3250 N W 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 633-0666
LITTLE RIVER
MARINE CONSTRUCTION CO.
750 N.E. 78th TERRACE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 758-5579
Holiday Greetings to All
AETNA SECURITIES CORPORATION
We specialize in Over-Two Counter Stock* 8 Bonds
MIAMI BEACH 220 71st Street 865-3751
NEW YORK CITY Til Broadway WO 4-6400
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .. .
MARKS BROTHERS COMPANY, CONTRACTORS
1313 N W 97th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 885-4721
Holiday Greetings From
CITY GAS CO. OF FLORIDA
The Jewish Colonies In The Crimea
(Continued from I'ujte 1)
Crimt'T had a large population of Tartars. Al-
though the Jews were settled there after the
Soviet revolution on land which had iever
been inhabited where they had to dig wells
for fresh water the Tartars were disp'.eas,-*!
with the fact that Jews were brought from
other parti of the Soviet Union and settled on
the land in the Crimea. The Tartars lost
nothing by having the Jews as neight>ors.
since none of their land was taken away for
Jewish colonization. On the contrary, they
benefited much from the modern methods in
farming which Dr. Rosen introduced for the
Jewish farmers. In fact, they learned from
the Jewish settlers how to work land by trac-
torswhich the Agrojoint brought from tlie
United States instead of by primitive agri-
cultural methods.
When the Nazi armies started their march
on the Crimea, the younger elements among
the Jewish settlers were in the Red Army
fighting on the front. The Soviet authorities
rliii not want any horses, or cattle, or other
inventory to fall into the hands of the Ger-
mans. They therefore evacuated many Jewish
colonists with their inventory in cattle trains
into the far interior of the country. The Tar-
tar population, however, resisted evacuation.
When the Nazis later entered the Crimea,
they were jubilantly welcomed by the Tar-
tars. The Tartars also saw to it th.it J
hiding were discovered by the Garma
annihilated.
When the Nazi armies weiv feteated ,in.:
forced to retreat from the Crimea. StaJ
dered the deportation of the entire :
population from the Crimea as traitors Hun-
ilnMs of thousands of them were deport
masse to remote places in Siberia The)
however, permitted to return to their home,
after the death of Stalin. But the Strategic
and rich peninsula where the cVa. h 11 ,,-.,
of his residences because of th<- wax
mate -was no longer a Tartar are Thou-
sands of Ukrainians were brought \.
the Ukrainian towns destroyed by tlv N ,/ .
during the war and were settled in Or
The Jewish colonies there became Uki
collective farms. Soon the Crimea ceai
be a part of the Russian Soviet Repubh I
lieoame an integral part of the l"ki
So\ iet Republic.
This is the story as presented to m<
Moscow in official circles. In Jewish <
in Moscow. I heard an epilogue to this story
throwing light on the mass-liquulation of Jew.
ish Intellectuals by Stalin. The facts relate :
to me which I regretfully could not vei .
because I did not stay long enough in Me- w .
are as follows:
(Continued oa Face 16)
NORTH DADE FURNITURE
HOME OF NAME BRANDS
FURNITURE
QUALITY
BEDDING
LOW PRICES
ACCESSORIES
SERVICE
Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 621-1721
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
VILLAGE FLORIST
"FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS'
925 PALM AVENUE HIALEAH
PHONE 885-3231
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Phone 661-3403
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
National Freezers
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KIDDIE HAVEN DAY NURSERY I KINDERGARTEN
10455 S.W. 40th STREET
CA 1-3755
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Hois, Yoisin. I .in,.on. In?.
Members New York and American Stock Exchanges
and Principal Commodity Exchanges
411 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. MB. ph. 532-838 J
Holiday Greetings From .
HEARNE ELECTRIC
Serving North Dade Area
Rcpairt Rewiring Nw Work
Rlidntil Comm.rcjl
18320 N.E. 12th Avenue
North Miami Bach
947-0375
GREETINGS FROM
MR. & MRS.
MURRAY SCHWARTZMAN
Realtor
528 LINCOLN RD
JE 8-4162
A Happy Passover to All
S. Z. 3ENNETT, M.A.I.
Rl lit*!* Apprnur t Co">.'i'l
307 Ainiloy Bldg.
Phone 371-1639
HAPPY PASSOVER
AUSTINS
DIVING CENTER
10503 So. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Kendall (Opposite Jefferson*)
Instruction Sales Rentals
Charier Service Air
Phone 665-0636
Happy Holidays To The
JEWISH COMMUNITY
MARTINEZ
PHARMACY
874E. 41st Street. Hialeah
Phone 693-0441


7::day, April 4. 1969
+Jf>>lsfi UkrHlum
Paqe 13-F
Jewish Bilingualism Needed
.
( mitimicil from Pur :i)
..ii bilingual-
suffice in piomotc
leti i.-ni-
11 land,
.. i \ en a poor
Jcdiftati d i"
. i in & .: few i ad
I '.': ,. gl nils.
nrt pfttMimlcra In iliis
>.-.'! .'." ... i oth-
.->. KMtQMt MW>pan Jewish
;UiivH>ff dji' a bilingual aa
qaajtl --. Yi i, they
tual
.,-Jewish rliil-
ieties, to
von-
rn!' Ii in univerei-
- a!' o. ft Western E irope
"I in (He Rrtglteh-speaking
"ftrld- hi n Ihey had a chance
o get then Vlas, too few ever

for sotne rfeaadn, even Zion-
:.'. thi \'. i'-'.havi- in mi simi-
itatiecf ^nouph otMrage toestab-
-h Hi I n^W schoola
itfi H< r)r cf as Hie ti aching
TrB.. ;' main n luc-
to the pn m :;i day. "You
Happv Passover
GREETINGS TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS
" ir f7>D7\(;
MASTERS
182 Madeira Avenue
Coral Gables
Phone 443-4831
Holiday Greetings
hir Friends and Customers
lat
Boarding
Kennels
I'ound-The-Clock Care"
1616. T S.W. 148*h Avenue
pji -one 235-2323
rour^9 3t Heart
Beauty Shop
aJ?hp
Mr. and M.V-
Nathan Rolhenbe:r9
Bend Holiday G
iThoir Friends 8.
Cus:oi \
^ers
teluay Greetings
B#ri&&ene
r*wH
coin Road, Miami Beach
.
Sphonc 538-5566
w.i--------------
tfO***! EATINGS
PARHAM
IMTAL LAB
Specializing In
fold and Porcelain
Bridgework
ftllAMB. PARHAM
?7 Biltmore Way
Coral Gables
fhone 446-7587
VVi -i we
ft .,17-
:iy not.
' 'thei s ha e ii in the
fully. 1

;
. lo-Jewi^b
B. ef-
forts : find ] cs for th< ir
children in it Gradual this
v II as
Frei : wdrds.M
I rhere*kre v
can schools in Germany which
produce bilingual vi idtiati s.
There an I ;, its all
ovei thi I ii t whieb are s: len-
didly bilingual. The uraching
lag I- Fn nch while the
and its litera-
t in an ta ght in the native
language. Th< rest is i ne for
it by thi en nnu r.t.
An Arabii s< : olaf from Tu-
I tn me the other day:
"You an- not unique fn u i
Hi bre an I English < l never
1 was I write r'i
Arabii i if i ourae he doos
Ixautifullv, too.
Apai: from Jew i ra-
- we are enteri I i
of bilingual man. and thi Jews

. mn

d< d bei a ise Jev
are mosl
- peopli
- havi -
too I--1 n on piom erii
In i ducation.
Ti. timi for pn has
d. Whatever pro]
for Jewish bilingualism ni
.- i o\ idi d by the sui icss
i... by the \ leti lies
armed forces, by the a
mi i.' i il thi i lebrew L'nivei si
: the Weizmann Institute,
H.ufa Technion, and
the Ti 1 Aviv Unlvi rsity We
m .:!!: schcx >ls in I hi li-
ra, not propa He-
i" i w," -.ml tho late .'
isni i- wlnn 1 inti : ii i i
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2801 N. Miami Ave., Miami
358-2511
MR D. DALE REGENT, PRES.
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND "
Y.M.C.A. of GREATER MIAMI
Baseball's Centennial
(< outinurd from Paffe .">)
two-umpire system in the majors and hind
John McGraw to managa his team.
Johnny Kline was the next groat Jewish
player on the major league scene. Although
not in the Hall of Fame, KJing was one of
baseball's greatest catchers. He was with the
Chieago CUbs in 1900-11, and helped them
win four National League pennants and two
World Series. Kling managed the Boston
Braves in 1912.
Other top Jewish players in the 1900-19-20
era were George Stone, Barney Pelty. Bfskine
Mayer. Benny K.mfl. Buddy Myer. ftaroniy
Bohne, Moe Berg and Andy Cohen Stone, an
outfielder with the St. Loufa Browns, was the
American League batting champion with a
:'.">s average in 1906. Petty pitched for the St
Louis Bi\>wn.s in 190.1-12. Mayer was a 20*
game winner for the Philadelphia Phillies in
1914. and 1915. The Phillies were the National
League champions in 1913.
Kautf was the Federal League's leading
hitter in 1914-15. An outfielder, he Inter
played with the New York Giants, layer, an
infielder for the Washington Senators, led the
American League in batting with a "U9 aver-
age in 1935.
A Sehucht. whopitched for the w m
ton Senators in 1919-21. late.- became U "~"~~
M the Clown Prince of Baseball HeunaT^
in ballparks all around the country *
Club officials of the 19C0-2O ,., u
lius ami Max Kleischman with :.';. Qnebjwt
K.^Ls; Harry Grabiner. vie, praodout Md
general manager of the Chkogo w.'ut- g^,
and (Vveland Indians. Leo Bandy, viceprrei!
dent Of the New York Giants; Sid Weil, ',.
of the Cincinnati Reds in 1929-3A and J><'..r
Kmil Fuchs who owned the Bosion Braves f
I903>3S- He managed the eluh in igjg
Modern major leauga baseball hinvj jt<
tirst Jewish umpire in 192& A i ;i,iA
Stark was .Hie ot the best. He retired m |. Hank Greeaberg came up witl Detroit
Tigers for the first time in | I
slugger led the Tigers to four \ ;, "
League penrmnta and two Wo
umphs. He waa the American L . .>
i-un champion three times, it- .> in
1938, and led the A I. in P.BI s foil
The only Jew in baseball's Hail of Fa a,
Greenherg was the American i> igue'i ':*.t
Valuable Play, r ai a tirst baseman an.! ,ut-r
fielder. He became a vice president and -'n-
eral manager of the Cleveland Indioi -\
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-Jenisti ntridHnr
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Wluti- Sdx aftor ho finished as an
nla*l\
1JUJ
1930 have been Cal Abrams. outfielder:
~ Arnovich. outfielder; Harry Danning.
tl]~ffnti C.irKbw*. -eatcner; Sid Gordon.
Ider-lhird- tmseiiian; Barry Latrrwin.
|er; Saul Roowin. pitcher; Goody Rosen,
lder: Al Rown. third basrman who won
American League'! Most Valuable Player
ih 19B3i l*try and Norm Sherry", pitch-
es tcher. Larry was the hero of the
'orId Series and. of course, Sandy Kou-
hb should be the second Jew to make
all of Fame.
]fyyb "Jake" Pit lor was a popular eoaeh
tin Brooklyn DodRC-rs for 11 years. He
major league infielder for the Pirates
17-18.
re recent major league executives in-
|Bi!l Bens winger. Pittsburgh Pirates;
Paul. Cincinnati Rods and Cleveland In-
L Jerry Hoffberger. Baltimore Orioles,
vin Milkes, general manager of the
{tie Pilots.
i!I players to keep your eye on this
Ken Holtzman, pitcher. Chicago
^e I pstein, first baseman. Washing-
tm \rt Shanisky. outfielder. New
Storm Miller, outfielder, Houston
no Richie Schunblum. outfielder
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The Jewish Colonies In The Crimea
(CuutiutM-d from Pac 13)
After the German armies retreated front
the Crimea, and following the mass deport -
tion of the Tartars for cooperating with the
Nazi occupation forces, leading Jewish Com-
munists in Moscow, concentrated around the
Jewish Anti-Kasci-t Committee the centrau
body of Soviet Jewry which assisted :n the
fight against the Nazis in the difficult .i:-
yean had an idea. They wanted thi restoi
tion of the Crimea as a Jewish region. They
suggested that not only should the sun
of the Jewish colonies be returned to their
homes m the Crimea from the distant parts
of the L'SSR to which they were evacu
but that all the Jews who had survivi I S 12
annihilation in the Ukraine. Byelorussia in:
other parts of the Soviet Union, should !
brought to the Crimes md resettled tin
There was plenty .if empty land in I
Crimea following the Nazi eat and th
imitation of the Tart rs it m is n >t culth
and it remained negli The leading Jew-
ish Communists felt that after thi
tion of Jewish life by the N i/i- in hundreds
of towns in the USSR, the surviving Jews
even those who had served In the Ri I
on the frontcould not return to their for I
homes because they u i ..) then
What could 1> th j
than to bring all t lews to t
and encourage them to start an i
Jewish life 1 w?
A memorandum to this effect was sut>-
mJtted b> the Jewish AnU*FaacM Commit-
tee to the Kremlin. It was signed by Sotoflton
Mikhoekt, the prominent and Soviet'decorate '.
actor who H i- the head Of the Yiddish State
Theatre in Moscow, and by It/ik Peffer, the
noted Soviet-Yiddish poet who was promoted
to the rank ol Colonel of the Red Army for
his services during the war years. l$>th were
top leaders ol the Jewish Antl-FascJal Com-
mittee ani both of them were the Jews most
ted by the Kremlin The} had even been
> tl K lin i" th" United Stales .,-.
a Soviet-Jewish delegation to appeal for
American Jewish aid to Russia in the critical
weeks when the Nazi armies reached Stalii -
\vhn the me norandum reached Stalin no
one susp cted at thai time thai he is .
noic to the extent of plannii I
Jews thi iughoul 'he Soviet Union and Is
them in Siberia It g before the n
; the \ erdicl of w hich was
ii tied to b i hunt
o l> whcs< ntitj do uments
irked th the word "Jew When Si il i
saw the proji lutlined in tin Jew
im he toik it as an ..- i i lion ol
ispieion th >t thi.....sets ted a com
of "Jewish ch .." in th countrj
m hich evei nmunists
ited. In I p ted saw in I
Je ish mi : irl I
this Jewish OOnSpiracy." In his .
Jews in th.- Soviet Union were not
personal enemies but also "the int.
my" of thi' countrj
The tragic result is well-known V
and Feffer paid with their lives Mikl
'. Feffer diet! in a cimp In S
More than J u other Jewish int. t
most of theni loj U Coasmuntsts
dated ba order of Stalin. The Jew
Fa st Committee was closed So
Jew ml institutioi
This was the price I was told In M
Si tlfn exacted for the u i .
I J md to no::-
r the Ci imea th.- ."
i -- u'tei the m ir Fortunate!)
died on March 1953 i day befon
its trial" w ts sche I il
has novel taken place, and tl
la '
Jewish him, wen
t a ted. Had SI
- :
' : i i .n the o
ind Lenin
A yeai fl SI id I his
N Khi ish : i the Crime
S lei ; To de
of tl Cn ......inisl I'.-1> Kl
' eed wii
not to sett!* Jews in the i'
becaus i if wai the Crime
Soviol -
nosn stnV'D^nrm
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.nnrm an vm1?
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