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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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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' "Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
No. 16
Miami. Florida Friday, April 17. 1570
SIX SECTIONS PRICE SI 33
loviets Arrest Exit Permit Applicants
Three wit-
; Soviet Union
ma I gath -i ing
bi i of R issian
b i ii a in in
imps or Riven
[j ir demanding
.migrate. Worst
. -,-.iil tn ha\'C
i to those who
als.
. w ho testified in
,i the European
rence on Sovii i
two men and a
m ; i identit lea w< re
si | ii order to protect
hi j Ii ft Ix-hind in
,. ai : Leningrad. More
; ites from 17 rta-
I thi witnesses, said
n embeis ol the Kom-
s, the Communist Party's
i ization, describe in
i i ,- s ni several Rus-
| went to jail and
s were subjecti .1
to vere harassment u cause
thi \ :; ,i foi perrr.lU to
in! !
Ad riii to thi v It
i part ol So\ i i Jew iy
wants 1 tmi^ratp to 1
- ha aln ad. fil I p
p ical ions I Ii ave. Man; i I
thi se havi i :i d< |iri\ud ol
woi!; and oth r i lemi nl
,'iiti i theii i .i : al hi iplic i-
t ions wen I rmd
vii i nuthoi ii i s, the w Itm
a ki Th j desci itx d a rial
ni w tn ml ; he ai rest ol
Jew^ applying i ir exit permits,
especially those who have sent
;.|i|h als abioad
One such case was that of
Mis. Liila Abramova Ontman,
ol Chernovsky, who was arrest-
ed last December for "slander-
ing in. Soviet Union and insult-
ing the authorities, Mrs. Ont-
man had requested permission
in i mlgi ate in ord r to !>< re-
unit'd with her i Iderly father in
Sisco Tells Cairo
lU.S. Wants Peace
IINGTON, D.C. (JTAl
Washington Post correspond-
I W i.i uis Jr.. reported
Iro that when Assistant
I ol State Joseph Sisco
Jriw yptian capital
ide thi- state-
it tl United States
i just peace re-
i nseli ss killing and
the Middle East
is in be ;i friend ol all
1 l thi area
' ti rated Amera an
liotos Show
pels' Target
as Military

l AVIV i jtai Defense
Moshe I >ayan declan .1
"convinced bevond
il Israel Ail Force
n line military tan
bombing raid west of
" mal. If a school was
' an u claims, he said, ii
' side ii military '
havi i eked and
then was no mis-
he .li dared,
photographs of
ado ix fore and afti r
were product fi r
lown mi ii levtel
rectan lar b lild-
barbed wire f' nee
VI Ii asl 19 ii" -ka II
trailers wei ,
tyard of the building
itary vehicles wi re
!' Man) wen dug in
\ overed .\ith cam-
ts Near the building
s, s niiy |M.sts and a
- in lunded by in ni h-
'' mad ait. i the raid
i building wa
n thern and north-
-'
I imitti 'l a
bchail
h r ado; t< d i hil i an I I
i r sisti r. \\ au-
thorities rejected them,
i rl she i ii loi (i r
. Ii 11 icrscll i So\ t citi-
/ n and n fusi d h r identit

At hi r ii i.il in Januai 5
tol I the c url she i as d !>. r re-
<|iii si on the Son iet (!on itit tioa
;ind ..ii the I 'nivi i sal Declai
of Human Rights, of which Ui '
USSR is a signatory. Shi was,
nevertheless, sentenced to 2'.-
years in prison by the court on
Jan. 8, and after she was con-
victed, her sister was expelled
from school and her adopted
support for the U.N. S< curity
Council resolution of November,
19(17. "Wr support that resolu-
tion because ii looks ahead to a
peace which woi Id be mutually
beneficial to :ill and give unfair
advantage to none," he said. "I
have come to see and hear for
myself, in understand v ur con-
cerns, your h pes, your expecta-
t ions l I > >k tin ward to the op-
pcrtunitv that my presence here
affords for a first-hand i xchange
of views anil the opportunity
that it affords to deepi n the dla-
bt iu.. the United stairs
and the nations of the Middle
East."
Mr. sisniS trip t Mldeaatern
rapitala has bean offlotall) de-
scribed as an "orientation tour"
prior to his meeting In Teheran
April 80 with the U.S. chiefs "I
ruisaton in the Mideast.
Press reports from Cairo say
he has already been Informed by
!. ryptian Forei| n Minister Mah-
mo> rl Riad that Egypt insists on
nothing less Mian Israel's total
v ithdrawal ft im the Arab ter-
Mil! s n i ci ipii d in the
19C7 war. Thi re was no i fficial
U.S. statement following the
Riad met ting, but Inform-
i ii sourci s m Cairo said ii w -;
|c cl ar to the American dip-
lomat that onl; b) fulfillment of
thai c mdition could peace bi
achii vi ii.
Prcahhnt Nasser, meanwhile,
told t' newly formed Central
Committea for Preparing People
for Battle thai there la no alter-
native to war with Israel which
would ha loag and fleree. Ac-
i rding to the news dispatches.
President Naaaer said, "Strletl:
speaking, a eeaae-flre agreement
with Israel never existed, be-
cause it was not accepted by
the enemy."
Mr Sisco, w li" is A lanl
tar> : :
Continued on Page S-A
was i cil I plai i d ii
. -' I ion th wit
Also i ii. 'I .'. tl cas
i Ii : is K i !;.. a '
.I. inter who was sent i 'I i
throe years in pi ison in J tat
: in th ::
i Inion s: ti i he unsui r.ssl
applii i' fa exll pei mit.
Sovii i Ji 'as fi 11 thi msehes to
be ".i depi i\ .1 n in n it ." the
v. it in ss! s ii Id the confi rence.
Theii big st lacks ai e cultural
and religious needs, particularly
svnagogues, Jewish hooks and
clubs, the witnesses said.
After tli ii st i non/was heard,
the conference adopted a resolu-
tion urging the Soviet govern-
ment to grant Jews their "con-
ti mal it. I.i and
imigra Isra
I II thi 1 who wisl '
i \; r> SS< 11 sol
"those J< ws whi faci I
wnil courage ai d
; i ^-i d gravi a-
over the i ntin d del ri-
in ol tl Jew ish positii
the I SSR. Ii n comrrn ndi d I
wo rtfet ence be calli il at
the "earlii st pi ssible dat
deal with this burning issue."
>' at ii' K< 'man of the Ft I
Jewish "ni istoi j. who pn s .
over the conference, denounci I
the Kremlin's "anti-Semitic
campaign of calumny disguised
as anti-Zionism."
Border Incidents Flare From
Dead Sea To Lebanon Frontier
TEL AVIV i JTAi New
fighting erupted on the Egyp-
tian front anil flared all along
Israel's borders and cease-fire
inns in m the Lebanese frontier
in the Northwest to thi- desert
reaches smith of tin- Dead S a
School Aid Argued
In Jersey Courts
1 RENT" >N. *N J. IJTAI
New Jersey Superior Court for
Merc i (tount) set a precedent
b) i im rtainlng argument on
put lie aid to private schools last
week l.io Pfeffer, special coun-
sel of the American Jewish Con-
. os, represi nt.-d tour New Jt-r-
s members of the AJCongress
in Clayton \. Kervick case, be-
gun in 1967.
The proposed ;'.i'l for construc-
tion ;ii private institutions, Mr.
Pfeffer said, "would make a
m cker) uf the First Amend-
ment it its prohibition could t><'
. vaded by 'earmarking' state
grants to specific parts i a
.-, ctai Ian school. The crux of the
matter," he contended, is that
the buildings, like the fun ace
in the church, arc not ends In
th. ins, Ives, but means to an > ml.
and an) financial grant that aids
th. means advances the i nds
The end ol a church college, like
the i nil "I a church, is to ad-
vance n ligion; else why have
(lunch colleges "'
AJCongress Supports Reform
Oi Welfare System In U.S.
M U Vi IRK IJT/ The
American Jewish Congress has
n -i il n- suppi rts reform
ol Ann i ica's wi Ifare system but
warm .1 il must bi accompanied
b; other mi asun -
The AJ Congress adopt ii a
resolution praising I u Nixon
Administration's Family Assist-
ance Bill at a met ting
Governing < 'out ell, but i i- i the
bill falls substantially sh
what ran be regarded today as a

:.. i wtii.ii m !- idilil
measures necessary as well.
last weekend.
Tlir moat serious action oe-
curred in and around the Sues
anal sons, a military spokes-
man said. Three Israeli soldiers
were kilted Friday afternoon as
their vi'liele struck a mine near
Kantara. a.d Saturduy after-
i.ouii another suldier whs fatal-
ly wounded when his patrol was
attacked hy anti-tank cans and
mortar lire in the Alitleh region.
Among the scattered incidents
reported were an exchange of
htavj artiller) and mortar fire
Friday night and Saturday in
the southern region of the canal
zone; the Tiring of Katyusha
rockets, apparently by guerrilla
forces, such targets as Kiryat
Shemona near the Lebanese bor-
der. Beisan township, facing the
Jordanian demarcation line. Mo-
shav Margaliot m Upper Galilee.
Kaliya on the north shore of the
Dead Sta and the Potash works
at Sdom on the south shore. A
spokesman said at least in t-
tlements came under fire in 2A
hours.
Bight Arab guerrillas were
k'lle patrol south of the Dead Sea: :
suspected terrorist was killed in
the Gaaa Strip alter he tried to
escape an identity cheek, ami
tWO residents ol the Arab town
ol Kamallah were wounded in
the explosion Of a !iaiul grenade
in the street.
A settler was slightly wound-
ed when a rocket was fired inl
Dafna from behind the border,
and a settler in Avlvim was in-
j m d In an exchange of fire with
saboteurs who had crossed Into
Israel from Lebanon.
West German Diplomat
Urged Reparation In 1953
NEW YORK iJTAi Count
Carl Von Spreti, the Wist German
Ambassador to Guatemala who
was inuidc-red b) kidnapers re-
cently, was urn ol the prime mov-
ers bi hin l the ratification of the
Bonn-Isiacl reparations pact by
the Bundestag 11 years ago, Kurt
i;. (iio..sman. a specialist in West
i li i man affaiis w ho seivi d ..s a
( nsultunl to the Co on
.;. wish Clain s Againsl <; rmanj
has i'i all d.
As lapporl ut ol the F<
Relations Committee, he submit-
ttd the agreement to his col-
ts on Man-:, is. 195 I and
liven d an impassiom .1 appi al for
ratification, l >.. (liossn an 1 e-
called. In his speech to the Bun-
dtstag. Cot nt Von Spreti, a mi
: ; ol thi Cl istian D.-moi atlc
. hai .' let ized the 1 ast as
and jus-
tifi
id. 1 to pay ror the ii 1
lion 10.000 J< ish
onl; to th
but also to the Arab world, which
must understand the decisii n
the Federal Republic of German)
to conclude the agreement, Dr.
Grossman said. Alter the agr.....
nieni was ratified b) the Bund
lag 238-34, Count Von Spreti I
l <\. Grossman, "!t was not
our 1'. it) :. 1 atil but we did il
inten st ol inn countr)
In v n h H.dilation.'"
Herman Weisman Endorsed
NEW Vi RK 1 JTAl
National Executive Commit!
Zii misl < ga
Am 'i lea has endorsed M
L. Wi Isman, a Zionist li
New Y01 i
ii. ncy oi ihe '.'. \
lion wi I -Id al Ihi n > I
national convi 1 r the ZOA
S. pt 3-6. If elected ':
man, ^\ ho is pn .1 nt il thf
Jtwi '' of A
ica ': '"' man of th \

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PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Israel's Democracy Demonstrated
If the world needed evidence of the democratic
nature of the I?rae! cover: it was given la~! '.-
when demonstrations ^r.i critical editor;als followed on the
heels of the Cabinet s rejection of Dr. Nchum Gcldm-nn's
request to approve a possible meeting between him and
Nasser. The reaction of many, expressed publicly, showed
how deep the desire for peace is and this, too, would not
have been possible in the military-controlled lands of
the Arabs.
Historians in the future undoubtedly will get at the
facts which Dr. Goldmann says have been distorted by the
Israel leaders. But there is little question that the World
Jewish Congress president and the present Israel govern-
ment are not in agreement on many issues of the Middle
East war and to have given "official" sanction to any meet-
ing between him and Nasser would have appeared to be
an endorsement of his views. As Moshe Dayan said, "What
if Goldmann and Nasser agree? So there will be peace
between Goldmann and Nasser."
There is no doubt that there is yearning for an end
to the years of fighting and that doves, as well as hawks,
abound in Israel. Though there is no question of national
unity here nor the universal determination that any peace
will be a secure one, there is also little question that more
and more Israelis believe the government is not willing
to show the same daring on behalf of peace as it does in
military defense. The Goldmann incident, clouded as it
is with other Zionist issues and the personality of Dr.
Goldmann, may have a better long-range effect than the
early stories would indicate.
Courteous Cooperation Is Needed
The first comprehensive National Jewish PopulCion
Survey is underway in our community and while it is
not the kind of item that gets the average citizen excited,
the significance of the survey has generated a good deal of
excitement among those in the Jewish community whose
business it is to have the kind of knowledge the survey
will uncover.
In theory, every Jew in the Greater Miami area will
have the opportunity to answer a questionnaire which.
rally, is almost (hick. Unlike the recent United
rtes census, however the lew : ulation count will
done on the basis of so and from this will be
only the nun er c: (ewe but a rood d
i background and thinking. For most of the country.
study will be a simple one but in Groater Miar-.i the
Federation has decided wisely to spend some extra money
In an effort to discover some facts about this unique com-
munity which have eluded us for some time.
II yours is the door that is knocked on in this sampling
process we urge that you give the field worker not only
the courtesy expected but your cooperation in completing a
questionnaire which may seem to take a great deal of
time. Since comparatively few of us will be reached, those
who do get the privilege have the satisfaction of knowing
that they will really be helping an estimated 6 million
American lews know a lot more about themselves and their
neighbors.
Comment
by EDWARD COHEN
It used to be ttsst you could
,,., i ,[. Jew as easily by his
politics as by his mother. On
. Involving dvil rights, sep-
aration of church ami state, fair
employment practices, school m-
itkm, open housing, or can-
n k what was gen-
.. ,1 as a liberal
... was no doubt on
you would find the
i balls
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things hk.
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idoptii elf a
local Cat
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pil itu tl l< .i'li :
to speak up for prayers in the
public k hools Part ol the ri ..>-
lution is the fact that it *
to !* the more fundamentalist
,i, .. < who is adopted as the rab-
binic tie to the Christian com-
munity rather than the Ri form
rm n who haw I that historic
decadt s.
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how \. i. v i
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by JOSEPH ALSOP
CHAl'DOC. South Vietnam
This delta province boasts two
leatures unique in this report-
er's all too long experience. One
is bat lofts tall polos densely
hung with palm leaves, in which
the local fruit bats delight to
roost. The Chau Doc people use
the bat manure on their fit Ids
and eat the young bats as we
eat squabs.
The other feature, even more
remarkable and infinitely more
sirnificant. is a very large force
of North Vietnamese troops who
hardly count and hardly fight,
'i n great surprise, in truth, is
the ineffectiveness, at least thus
far. of the massive, recent and
despeiatc North Vietnamese In-
vasion of South Vietnam's rich
southern delta.
To begin with, the most o lc-
hratrd single enemy unit in the
whole of South Vietnam has ap-
pall ntly had to be struck from
the roster. This is as though
Gen. Crcighton Abrams had
been forced to strike our great
Air Cavalry divisions from the
rosier as too war-weary and
depleted,
The most celebrated unit is.
or was. the 373rd Viet Cong
Regiment, the pride of the VC
in the oM days ami famously
tormklable for >> an aft
came a main!.. Si rth ''. t
mese unit. It entered th. am
last summer, g I a bad
on the way in, but by .V-
hrid reached a I as an a '*
11 Minh Forest in i"hu 3*'
m ighbor provino Kit n bag
Except for or* rousJ
with the South Vietnam
rines. however, tl" 2T-:
ment did very little bi
Minh Forest beyond lickir?
wounds. And a co ipk i
ago. the most | rsuasive l.-.t*
fence data began to w-Imk
that this famous rcgul w
actually been on ken u|
vide flliexs fi
Known Viet : '
ment. the D-2
MeamvhUe, i -' '
ence in the V Minh Foi
utterK failed I "'
ernment from I
district slong th. U Mi"
in hand, und
wry nos. '
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. th- '
Now th

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comi rues ii
; iliona of ih< > ..c Mt-
88th Reglmenl
tal.on guiding
tempts, themeno thewo.
sent reeling back in <* t
after suffering fesrful ^
a nightlong battle wjth'e
200 South Vietnamese
Cesdheussl ***

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A?::.l 17. 1970
vJenisfi ihridfian
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Michael Litvak To Lead
Oleh Regel' Pilgrimage
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tilled to begin on j
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[s i and divide the
a n Switzerland j
I rnirtfc U) this area
v nt for Honorees
i will Ik- conduct-
Mi, Litvak, executive
Israel Bond Or-
Litvak, who re-
ii i- th "Davka" OI h
ained, "The Arab
ls been trying to de-
it important in-
which is even
11>,lay than ivit
- .-nsiaKed in a war
its Borders, hut
- c ire place than
- is why we say
(|a'. > i we should ko to
this anil this is why
i'. gel Pilgrimage is
.t pedal si tnifii ince and why the
[srai l gpyeinrro nl is going all out
io make it an historically mean-
ingful experience. Despite tremen-
ioas demand for accomm dations,
Lhe fin. st faciliti s haw been set
aside for our group."
During their stay in Israel, the
Miami leaders will be feted i>.
leading dignitaries, including
Prime Minister Golda Men-. For-
eign Minist' r Abba Kban. Defense
Minister Mi she Daya, Deputy
Prime Minister Ylgal Alton. Fi-
nance Minister Pinchas Sapir and
many others. Mr. Litvak revealed,
and the Miami Gtutip has been In-
vited io make a special tour of in-
spection at an undisclosed Israeli
Air Force Base, where they will
be the guests of the Israel Air
Force at a special dinner.
Rabbi Lei n Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom and
a national leader of the Israel
Bond Organization declared that
more tourist are flocking t<> Israel
this year than ever before. Dr,
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A few reservations are still
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grimage, which revives an ancient
tradition whereby Jtws in far off
lands came to visit Israel and
made a Pilgrimage tn the Temple.
In keeping with this tradition, one
of the highlights of the Miami
oleh Regel will i' a Pilgrimage
led by Israel's Chief Rabbi Issei
Unterman in a colorful procession
from the Tower of David t*> tru
Western Wall. Additional infor-
mation may i>< secured through
the Israel Bond offici. 430 Lin
toln K I., Miami Beach.
Yeshiva Students Protest
NEW YORK (JTAI An
orderlj demonstration by 91 of
X liva University's 550 stu-
dents was staged to protest the
administration's int. nt to
ularize the curriculum." Associ-
public relations director Bert
Jacobson said the protesters rep-
ented a student ti Inge u h
had fail) d to understand that
I roposed "separate charter
l ir the !.: iversity's religious pro-
gram could not be considered
cularization.
U.S. Wants
'Just' Peace
(Continued from P*kp l-A)
Eastern Affairs, is the first
high ranking American diplomat
to visit Egypt since Cairo broke
diplomatic relations with the
United States during the June.
19tiT war. He will visit Jerusa-
lem. Amman and Beirut before
going to Tc heran. Diplomatic
sources believe he will discuss
recent signs of progress in the
Big Four talks on the Middle
East, and the concessions be-
lieved to have been made by
America in the bilateral talks
with the Soviet Union with his
hosts on the tour.
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Rabbi Schiff To Conduct Officers Installed By Senior Citizen
Services At Institutions
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
i Miami J< wish Fed-
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The Si nior Citizens Association
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,.t ceremonies held Wednesday.
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Histadrut's Third Seder
Salutes 22nd Anniversary
A record-shattering attendance
of more than 750 persons will
s- ilute the 22nd anniversary of in-
oi-.iendenee of the State of Is-
rael Thursday night. April 23. at
the community-wide Third Sedc-r
celebration sponsored by the Is-
rDstadnit Council of South
. ia.
Israel's Minister to the Ui il '
Ms Excellencj J
re ill M\ to Miam B
] | the dinner functi m al
extens
Greater M lewrj
Mrs.
Miami 1 h civic
receive ted Is-
Hist t F in I( "- Vv
m Minis! B nd Dr.
N. ii :i. nai onal I
.. '- Histad
I
I be th^
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n ori Pa I
,el direct iy S Fershko,
torof remple Em
..: I veteran Isra
gional direc-
f Hista h lit, pro hici r of the
unique ; vin h will uj
- trs Uti< rial Haggadah to in-
fo storj Hoi tcausl
nd Isra rebirth in the 2 th
ONE LOOK AT
OUR APARTMENTS
TELLS YOU THEY'RE
EXPENSIVE.
ONE LOOK AT
OUR RENTALS
CONVINCES YCU
THEY'RE NOT!
Cli
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SiNGOH.l\ V J\
OCCJ'ANCf. -S
TIL *11.7>M MIAMI MS-S4T1
tCEANFIONT 1P1ITMFJTJ
KIT tooi TO THE
IIPlflkUT HOTEL
outu
century. .
Dr. Kronish. rabbi of Tempi.-
Beth Shalom, will lead the Hac-
gadah assisted by Cantors Z\i>
Aier and A!>i aham Seif of Temple
Emanu-El and Kneseth Israel.
i ctivelj
Jacob Rifkin. chairman of the
-.< m and Professional Oom-
ttee .urn Mob Levin, chairman
of th. Labor Zionist Committee
, ;. Hista Irul Council,
I tl ; ra '"' itl
The $1 t the
... w U b ..t
of Man
m ri in < r i lem, i nl pr -
jfd ol tl Ida,
i, s mui i Fi instein,
: :..:,:: :h-
in til.
Dr. M So n. presi lent of
-,: 1 thai Mrs.
I i Pro e
id will serv< as
..... s of the Fesl
i im
Theme >f 'he product] in, en-
titled 'Ani Ma'Amin," will be the
quest of world Jewry lark-
est hour Woi Id War II by
the s :' the Hitler con-
centration camps who fought
their waj to independence in Is-
rael.
Soloists will include David
: ii ir I Vdina Adler Shaul
S man and his nc group will
be featured Assistant producer*
I include San b i Caller and Abe
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advance reservations for the Third;
Seder already have made thcj
Greater Miami event the second j
largest in the entire nation.
Plans for the event were com-j
pleted at a luncheon at the Fon-
tainebleau, chaired by Mr. Fein-1
stein.
Pr. Kronish said th- new in-
stitution Will bf dedicated by a
iie'e'--ati.>n of South Florida eom-
uunai leaders in Jerusalem th;-
summer.
Working' with the chairmen on
Rabbinical Court
Denies Her Claim
TEL AVIV iWNSl The Tel
Aviv Ral il Court has rued
: i Bat Yam girl that
I in effect accept-
,i hi r in man iaj ise they
ibitati d.
The court ruling said. "In tliis
,. an I agi, w xual ursi
<. w people, even afti i
'. mar has givr n a pi mil do. s
.-i ci mstituti .i binding obliga I
through it'' th< rria
Th< biblical law by
Btion I w< dlo k ia not
; hard-and-fast rule, it said,
s d tin youi g mat to marrj
; I the Israel indi>eiidonce celebra-
tion, which is open to the public.
are leaders of the Histadrut and
the Labor Zionist movement. Res-
ervations are still available, and
may he made at the Third, Seder
committee headquarters. One Lin-
coln Road Building, Miami Beach.
JudgV Herbert S. Shapiro and Dr.
Anna Brenner Meyers head a com-
mittee of lawyers working for th
function, aided by Benjamin S
Schwartz, and former Miami Beach
Mayor Harold Shaolro.
Harry Chad .- --,
se,* Goldberg t, eo-3?
Jack Wolfstein cjg^
women s committee L7l
*h"*ler heads the JL"
mlltec. )
U Po'ler andNoma,,
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<* lr*i*t FfarWiJr
Frid
aY' April
Alsop
Tlu' tew also been liberally
y.,-. ,1.(1 with CUV small bombs
with sitecial fust's that mate
iaeh mountain into a \ast mini-
fi. Id.
< .>nl iTi.-l From Pane 4-A
rial soldiers. And coming finally
!to Ch*k !)', two mote North
Vietnamese regiments, the 18-B
'.-!..1 1UJ-D, have been fruitlessly 1 _irw. Jwo-thu-ds ol its men
stuck Th tne S\en Mountains. ,t firing a simile shot,
within spitting distance of Cam-
i. eVI i si nee they ci -- ;
the border in late autumn.
rhc two regiment! recently
made a grand effort a mortar
;tt ick on a larye training camp
ri]lage Self-Defense leaders.
ing inevitable casualties.
Tin lr secondary effort was to
p i into the small village ol
Ba Chue on the flank of one of
the Seven Mountains, but they
scrambled up the mountain
i. i when the tough little Vi. ;-
se district chief I accompa-
in the eommand helicopter
tered for a counter-push.
This is not exactly a distin-
.iil showing for two power*
fu! regiments in a period of sev-
ei il months. One reason, per-
haps, is to be found in the evi-
1i nee gathered from defectors
as well as other sources. They
say North Vietnamese troops
tir, .o given their rocky refuse
affectionate nicknames like
I leath Mountain."
Like almost every major
hi ight in South Vietnam, these
- soaring up from the flat
ric plain buzz with the most
1 eroua malarial mosquitoes.
No wonder, then, that oast
No-rh Vietnamese defector said
gr-mly that his company had
uith-
And
h( re is the summary of the
, iblcm by the btilliantly able
o vertard of the U.S. civilian
effort in the delta, John Vann:
"I \\a< dead wrong," was his
s imewhal startling statement.
"Like all the other Americans.
1 thought the South Vietnamese
corps commander should spare
no sacrifice to get the North
Vietnamese i ft the Seven Moun-
tains as soon as they tinned up
there. But he said it was best to
let them stay In the mountains
and rot, anil he's l>een justified
bj i\ t-ts. And unless Hanoi be-
gins si nding divisions Instead of
regiments, the North Vietnamese
Invasion of the delta does not
worry me any more."
Cohen
Continued from Pao 4-A
contributed in helping to de-
stroy the image of Israel" tpart-
I) because the demonstrations
did not call upon Russia to de-
sist froln its actions in South
Vietnam and the Middle East
and partly becaust m my leftists
an' now supporting the Arab
I, "We must have our con-
cern for Israel as the central
core of our calls. With Kalevi we
must look u|K>n the world with
its center In Israel ours must
be the Jew-centric idea where
Jewish needs, Jewish issues are
our priorities."
Rabbi Abramowitz, in sup-
porting his contention, made a
personal referenot t' Rabbi Ja-
cobs. He said that the young
R. form rabl.i had helpx-d to at-
tract 10.000 students to partici-
pate in the gigantic peace m ira-
torium, but that only a few stu-
del ts showed up to hear him
when he spoke on Jewish values
icvi ral weeks later on the same
University of Miami campus.
it. in fact, young Intellectuals
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wiil have nothing to do with
J. wish iiieasand ideals, as Ral
Abramowiti has stated. Ran! i
Jacobs foils it is a direct result
ot the policy of many rabbis ir
past years who have ta!k< d
about these l le.ils. but til ::.
when action was required, have
"copped out." He cited Jewish
history, from Moss** rebef.ion
against the Pharaoh, th
the prophets, the Maccabeans
and the Yishuv's struggle wit
the British in Palestine" a> evi-
that Jen lab itudi nts wei
.it., acting oi.t their Jew-
ish idi all today.
< bviously, there Is more than
B -'.eration cap in ties del ate.
I. Rabbi A bra mow i'.- ma)
have known something the resl
of us didn't that day when he
called his younger colleaeue the
li.il>.' Vakir I.i" (friend near-
est and dearest 1 of the college
Students. Last week a Jewish
sorority on the University of
Miami campw-------
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AMI CATERING
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Ever since v,e opened fcr business in March of 1967, we've
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day nights, and many of our guests have said occasionally,
"All the steak you care to eat for only $2J5? Ycu folks
must he era;-/:" We're crazy, ail right, especially with the
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beef that's always on cur d nner menu only $?o every
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A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE
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-Jmtoii tUrMfon
iijday. Aor,
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Sabbath of Greatness
B> KVP.KI AI.KVWDKK i.ltoss
Principal. Hi lirru Ai-adi'illt
hoi-
mi i
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it
Sabbat h of
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t he
I lhis
I title?

mud thai Sal ho J ivs
took nselves th
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After all th<
leitj bj
I : W V
I lai -. uighter the
: i r t whi I
1-! n liti di fiant-
|j maichi 'I al >ng the Egjptian
thcroughfai s w ith th< Ir
while th
looked on hi Iplessly. Can j ing out
(his eommandmi nt v is b trui
Israelites ige, and
nbolic 'if hi- rea ness to break
Rabbi Gross
it n!i his 1 in past, to al an-
i -i th< a it menta it
rl linn for some WO yi
I fit face a futun
m mli hi nation ami .i l >- ill.
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the Chomi t/. fi
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11 NISAN 6:25 I,
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RHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr. 1
ANSHE EVES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conaervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
ETH AW (TEMPLE). 5930 N. Ken.
call Dr.. S Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. J
PASSOVKIt .M. n.l.i> i:Jtl i. in Til- -
di,\ l" II in I' nut i Sen
pm 1'ontri.-national Seder
ETH DAVID. 362*. SW 3rd Ave.
Conaervative. Rabbi So! Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
afrida) .'. ." i'in .-ml SO pm Jew-
Hi Mil-:.- s..li|.i'li Tin- Mu-ir !
Im;m I Injca heiinic." Saturday '.' am
The Tornti I..>m.i. It.ii Mills ah
Deborah, dmrrbter of Mr unit Mm
Arthur Pepp. r.
PASSOVKU Monday '. p.m Tuetula)
9 a-in 11.' I .mi lli. Mania] ..I
UeadervlTp." Mim In, i> m C"i>K-
n gatli'Mai s. del 7 p.m. Wednesday
9 ii m Sermon: "The Open Door and
the Knipl> i *halr
ETH IL. TOO SW 17th Ava. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
PASSOVV.lt: M.....la> :: i. m Tip--
i:.> .i.in. and :i" p.m. Friday 7:15
p m
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ava.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Canter Ban Dickson.
Vridax suiim 1. Saturday s:4.*, ;i in
Sermon: A Nan Ptacoc"
PASSoVEK: Monda) ,; P-m. Tueada)
I 4Ti m w. iin.-iiii> ir. ii in Th.no
' Fr.. don and P .n For all."
ETH TOV (TEMPLE). S43S 8W
Ith St. Conaervative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkea S
Vrnlai > i p in .;u,-1 Speaker: Mi-
KmIi.t VVinick. Topic: "Women In
1-ra.l Follow. ,i hy linen shahbat
r\ssn\i:i: Mnnda) '" P.m Tu...
day > am s. moi "Who I- a Jew?"
S.rvi. i pm Wedneada} : a.m
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ISRAEL (TEMPLt) Oh GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabhi Joaeph R. Natot. 1c
Kriil.-ii : ". ii ni Si run.n* "8tloutd
< >ur \\ omen l:. I lb. rati I
P \s.-i '\ Kl: Tveaday 11 m
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 317S SW *5th
St. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L
Drazm Cantor Nathan Parr.ese 11
Krnl.i> i. ". -.in lurtlj |
Shaldi Hae-adol
PA8SOVRII i- Boi
;i in M Incha and Ma irli 6:15 p m
Piral day a m
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OR OLOM (TEMPLEi. B75* SW 161h
St. Conaervative "-. bbi Ralph Qllx
man Cantor Bf-mamn B;n An 13
Prld t\ '
p iii Itai
nf Mr H
Ih.
P vssi '\ BH Mond > i in p m
,i m and in p m \'.
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ZION (TEMPLEi. 8000 Millrr Rd
Conaervative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha
p.ro.
14
pr-a v. iv
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Surt ill ut:.ii I- Vour Anawei
Saturda] lum liar Mllsvah: Mal
tbew hoii 'I M r* rlaiina oni
PASS" iVEH Snnda) i" ii in Mi'.I. I
s. di r for in. whool mid I" s V
Tueailny : ii m Vi'edm "day t a m
MONin MIAMI
BETH WOiii: CONGREGATION.
i3*00 W. Dixie Hv*y. Conservative
Rabbi Joseph A. Gcfmkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirachenbaum
l" vss' i\i:i: Tnexdaj a.m Sermon
'More 'jui -ii"M- Thau Poui \\. .1-
i" -'i.i> i in Sermon: 1.1 M)
r. ..pi. Go."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. aSOO N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPI.E). 51
E. 4th Ava.. Mialeah. Conaervative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. is
Friday It p m Polaowed by Onee:
thabbal Balurda} ;45 a in Bai
Milzv.ih II. mini !... .-tuIi il
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL r801 Carlyla Ave.
O'thodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Siui'iiiv -.;.. ii ni Sermon: "Th.
Crt-al Salil.aih Tin PottlidaUon ol
Paaeover." .'. n.m shabhoa Iliaac|i>
.ii Vlddlah: "Th.- I'iK-ondH.....al Free-
dom Fi-om Slii\. iv
I'as.-i'\ Ki: Htinda) a in atu.ida>
7 ::n ii ni Blyum Reohorlm 6:3t p.m
I'u.".!*)- B:Ss) ii in iiml in It :i in
s.iim'.m: "The Paaaover ana the
Kmain i|.iiin.M A. : Mlncha R:W p.m.
\\. iIm.-'Ii,y -::ii ..in. Sermon: "The
StruaTKle Por Indrpendciu't! VVIthoul
lion '
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40tn St. Orthodox
Rabbi Beret Wein. if
---------------------
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. */vir-
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee. 19
PAHSOVKll: M.....lay t:10 p.m. Tues
'''> '" mi .....i S:in p mi s. 11
N..I Ki.i.utli SVednesrza) >n a m
and '' p ni Sermon: "The Ilia
','in -in.ii "
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 154b
Jefferaon Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
I'ASSOVEH Monday .. p.m Ttjemlai
a in Si' in. i The Four Sont ..r
ihe llamradiih Minrha t p.m W..I-
ewlay .. in Sen.....i 'The :. i
in.! "I Freedom Mil -I.
p in
BETH SHOi_oM (TEMPLE). 4144
ChRM Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leor
Kromsh. Assistant Rabbi Jerroid
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. ?1
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BTTH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave Ortho
dox. Rabbi JoseDh F. Rackovsky. 2i
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
J248 Washington Ave Orthodo'
Rabbi Dow Rosencwa.g. ij
EMANU-EL rTIMPi.). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave. Conservative. Rat-bi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adlr
in n m and l 3n p m s. i -
Matu lot a in
I" \.-> >\ ; H \." day n i
for mi., r, so p i,i
. P I < !. i 'I u. ,|j l|
.|"1 "i Child.....
Mini ri ; p in Si mid H di i
HEBREW ACADE*MV ?400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross 2j
Frldaj 8:1S p.m
PASHOVRR VJi flat '. IS p in Tu. -
day : u m ** 13 p in Wedn. di I
a m and Jyt p iii.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SNNAGOGUE 15A2 Washington Ave
Or'hndox. Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr
Cantor Meyer Engel. <
SatUrduj
Tl Sean-I p.m. S
i .- Itnarodol I .-. iu" S. i m. Net
rtXo Faith "
P VSSI i\ Kit >,. |. in S. .! h
ii mi i / M.ii.l..\ T .. in iii
"f the I'n -i Horn Ha rvlt-i lil '
p in Tu. daj
i:\...iu- \\ rl, v PurpaiM Min. li
111 W '' ,|n >' I
n IVai Ihel .: i
KNESETH ISRAEL. 141S Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrneld
Cantor Abraham Self. 27
MENORAH (TEMPLEI. 6?0 75th St
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram.
"witz. Cantor Nico Feidman. 28
Fridu) i -. in Itai Mltzt ah Tol.h
dautrhlet of Mr and Mr- Ma
ICiiKlandiT Siitiii.iin -...in i".... Milt-
h Harold .: ..i Mi and Mr*
Sam llynii m
NtR TAMID (TEMPLE) BOth St ano
Tatum Waterway. Conaervative
Rabbi Eugene Laoovtz. Canter Ed
ward Klein. 70
Frldaj pm Sermon ti.. rin-at-
. ..I lh. S.,11 .ni
r vss. i\ ri: ., in si) 111.1
11.ii.. -ti. .ri in Mlncha 15 p.m '.in
MHinilv Sealer* il Ptaeaj Hotel 7 n m
Ttli -diii 97. ii 111 s. mum: Fr.e-
'i.'in. Tin i:>. 11... 1 Mi -i.n. ..1 r.
Mlnrhn R-1S p mi 1 .imnii' l|i S.d.i
al Plaia Hoti I 7 n.m \V.-In. I 1 1
.1 in s. in. Elijah, Ihe Pi'pli. of
----------
OMIV SHALOM. 70S5 Bonlta Or
Ortni.dox. Rabbi Phmeaa Weber-
man. JT
I'v.-.-. i\i:i: Monda) 7 ..in Servl.-ea
for Piral Horn Min.ha : p.m
Tu> -.I..J :. in siiii.ini- Sermon
llrr-ad ..f Palth." MJoeha 1:10 p.m
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CtNTER. t-W
Collina Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiae. )'
I'ASSi >vi:it: Monday Mlnrhi
11 ni Man ith .. p mi Tu, -.lay 1 311
a.m s. 1 in,. 11 Thi 1.....r* Are Open
For Hi,- Seder." w.-dn. .1.1 in .m
Sermon: "Ilnn. Pr>r Preetlom."
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1S42
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A Ben-
Hillal. s;
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North Bay Village. C0nserv.1l v-
Cantor Leon Segal. 32-A
Pridiv n in Siitiiril.il a m
I'A.-S' i\ Kit Moi dai 1. in Tu, .,1 ,1
' 1 in ami pin \\ ,ln,-,l.n .,,
and '* p in
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN ,TEMPLE'. 102(
N E Miam' G >rdens Drve Con
se "liv Rarhi Milton Srhlirakv
C%l "r:h0- Mftl.rS M
I' SSI '\ KH i'n. Mia; Phi 1
For Pri V li'n
Prli W I'n
a
BETH lOrtAH. NE i64tn St at lltf
Ave. Conservative Rahbi Mal Lip
thitz Cantor Ja'Ob Renter v
' |i pi II .- Mllzi
- 11 Urdu ,,,
liar Mil I'
Mi I Ml I n II
P v.-'.-"* FI, ; ... T, mil It.
..
|i mi Tu, kday ,,
m and
p in
IRsm N F .Vnd Avenue Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. K.ngsley 21
-. 11,. i
Jew \ I:,
I'. lit
,' \ I III I'.. -
p III S< ill 1 Til
1 a.m \\ 1 -liip Sei \.. *
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Ni
,9th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 3*
Fi lda\) i.sa p m Sntui daj 1 m S. 1
':..,, I '.ii
Mm. ha In p in
I'ASs. >\ 1 ill .1. da) 'in Ti.....
'.ii 9 .1*11 Sel ni' N \ V .ir In
ixali m M tin ii., r 1
da) .11 .- 1 Th. r mi
>l i'i. .1. in
a
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 9*0 NE 17'st St Orthodox
Rabbi Naftah Porush t
I'ri-I.i 1 .. 1 '.. s ,u 1 m Sei
im-ii Th. I'.,-, al I.. in (:.
Wi ii rtm
I'ASS' .\ 1:1: Monda) It) m 1 ui
'' 11 in and .a VA din win)
' .1 in 1 p.m
C0*Al GABI FA
JUOEA (TEMPLEi. 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Raobi Morna Kia
per. ..
Frid i in 1 -. n 1 1.1 ,.|,
Iteia'i From ItuvI I'.u i M. s .1 -
ii'ii.'i 11 1 i 1 in Hal Mllxvah R>Im .1.
s.-n ..I \|r and Mi II- rlierl \'.
PASSi .\ kii Tui -I 11 r, am
1 'otisri cm '"ii s..!. r ::.i p m
e
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ava
conaervative. Rabbi Maxwall Berger
Cantor Richard Browdy 4-
Fl-l.la) I". |, 111 S. 1 ill.-ii. II, u
1 -. IiIiik la l'.-.i, M S.iiurd.ii 4'.
a ni Ml --.: .< lh. T..r.ih. .linn. .
1 .ni.-nyz.iii.'ii 9;]ii n n,
P iss.'VKi: m da) 1 p 111 in.I 7
p ui Seder Toaada) pm VVednax-
daj 4'. .111 a ,i| ,. p ,., 'n.ui-'lai
7 a m and p ni I'i Ida) 7 ., in
FT. LAUOERDAll
BETH ISRAEL iTEMPHT. a4 (
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwarda. Cantor Maurice Neu
4
1 Ida) |'is p in Ri nil.., rii. ni. at
1' ol Tl \ j ,,| Saltll daj t m
Si moil Mnla.-lll I .,. am. ,.r l:..,l-
I
I'XSS. .\i;i; Monda) 7 -n a 111 Tu.--
da) 111 s, rmon I 1 Mi Pi npl.
'v 'i 9 1 m s. hm'ii \. m To
1 r, iii,.
EMANU-EL. 3545*W Oakland Park
Blvd Heform Rahhi Richard M
Leviton. Cantor Jerome Kin. r--
43
HAUNDM{
MALLANOALE JEWiS- -VI
II* N E. F --
Hourwooo
BETH EL TEMPLE : hH
Reform Raor-i Samue' .ij
r- .1 .. -. .,|, 1
.-.,.
II 1 ... 1
mil Mr>
H VSSi >VBII h -.
"u. r
Keivll .-
a -
BETH SHALOM (TEV.t,.
Monro* St. Conservi-
Marton Malavmy Clttir
Gold
1' 1
'1 .1 y
Vlr tin ui.
I- \.-.-' IVKII : t ''a
mai 11
'
I ., 111

SINAI (TEMPLEi. 1201 .'ill
Cnnu-vr -. Raofc' Oai :
Cantor v.hudah Heiibnw
,,
P VIW IVKI! Mi
III ha rln
Tu.-.l.'i
MIRAMAI
ISRAEL 'TEMPLEi 6-'' Mj
St. Conservative. RoC *'*|
Winograd. Cantor AbrjM- BT
i'. ,1
1 I .'..- I .,
Sal.1.1. -'I
lll-.ll ""11
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Seavrrhlac K r ih. C^aarti _
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rlreal
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SHOLOM .TE.eP.-E. ''
Conservative Ratt" "JT"
Can:or M chael Fmeler.
MCGAN
9?93 Hard
SUHfSIOt
, a.- $'' I."
Hall Orthodo. Rebi l
Frldav. ...
i 0 v
P VSSI >\ KII
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P in

B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner v
Fi al 11 '". |, m si .,1 m ., .,
s. rmon vk ihi II il.l.l
si'"" I) 111 at:.- Mi.1 .), Hiev,.,
I Samuel Koltu
PASSOVER Bunda) Peremnny of
lle.llkei 1 |i,.im, 1 Monda) 7 :i in Rl
Mini f..r Flr-i-ltorii Rnna. 7 p 111 |-
nv-r, "',;>"," .Tsteada) I a m ami
pm Wedneaday 9 a.m and 7 p m
INAI (TBMPLBl'oi NORTH DADB
iprll i'icii rhe First
M ty in th Worlil
Ft. 1 ither P
Gui ; '.ii Wi 1- 1 .
Ireat Ml mi Jew sh F
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mix C A .'i j S iv ; ton -
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April !_ I. IQ 9 10 :i -n TIH FeMTa* WOTBWP W*
Ho-- Rabbi Morton Milav-ky.
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\|irill(li 7. 10 a.m. The Still SiimM V
ilo.-i Dr, Irving [atnnan, Rabbi,
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eJewisb. Floridian
Honda April 17, 1970
Secti
ion
Jewish Home For The Aged
Audience Hears Rep. Pepper
i ins attended
ing >>: thi
, Sun la
D las G
I
I onoi arj \ ice
I :: e, intro I
ikcr, Florida"!
who rcvi wed
w lich has
r ins 35-yi ai
i s. nai s. curity,
Y ., nsation, Ifedi-
l, a,,,; Medicaid programs and
Htieized th< State of Florida for
[.,,,,., ih. recenl lit Increase
Social Security payment! by
.lucir,! it- welfare payments,
\m defeating the purpose of
lima- passed bj ConTess.
P.pp. Pepper paid tribute to the
late of Israel arid praised the
lomc a- in outstanding Instltu-
lon providing iiniwralU-Wil care
Cd services t>> its residents." He
___: the hope that it would
rve a- a model for other Inetitu-
bm. and praised the leadership
If Huir.. and the community for
laving provided such a superior
acility.
Tho Home's president. I.eo Rose,
spoke of progress, achieve-
i.t-nts aid goals in his address.
iilh particular emphasis on the
' 9 111" I, '
ion s: a I in w liting list ol
i ly for !n.mi no fai ilitii > are
I lilable, ai i ing
pit due i ihat n
nl re-
pirn 'i public .\ i Ifai e. \ Mas-
ter Planning Con Ittei as beei
api i ii il to di ki lop .i new bl
pi int foi Ihi I lomi, he re|
The Homi s honorarj president,
Judge Irving Cypen, announced a
S1SO.0O0 gift mad. by Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Ft. Gordon, earmark. .1
(or thi' creation of a new medical
rehabilitative center which will be
combined with the expanded Soil
ami Mi.Hie SUverman Physical
the Therapy Building, and a Junior'
| Auxiliary occupational therapy
program to provide rehabilitative
services. It will Ik- known as the
"Hattye S. and Haul R. Gordon
Medical Rehahiltative Center."
Hamerschlag, Mrs.
Mrs. Trudy
Gladys Israel. Jimmy Kopelowitz, of Tempt)
Irvin Kartell and Marshall Wise
formed the Nominating Commit-
tee under the chairmanship of
Judge living Cypen who present-
ed 28 names to be voted on. Those
reeleeted for three-year terms in-
cluded Mrs. Liiyan Beckerman.
Nathan Darsky. David Ii. Fleeman.
Sam Heiman, Mrs. George Israel.
I iron rle i'
Ml B; rtha Hliillil's. .lack
S. i'opiel Libl !osl
. i: i ;. .
Mo
' ise. lyei anil Mrs.
Acre reeli ct< d
loi oiK-yi ,11 ti rms.
'I he 12 new ni el ct< d o
'!n board I i ine-yi ar terms were
Ross l'.' ris. i man, SI phen ("arnei.
Benjamin Cypen, Stephen Cypen,
Klliott Denner, Paul R. Gordon,
Harrj Levy, AlOssip, MelvinRich-
atdson, Arthur Shandloff, Law-
rence SUverman and Hal Spaet,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Tem-
ple Emanu-El delivered the invo-
cation; the benediction was given
b) Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
of the Federation's Community
Chaplaincy Service. The musical
port ion of the meeting was pro-
vided by Cantor Jacob Bornstein
Israel.
Budgetary requirements oi the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's local agencies for the coming year will be re-
viewed by the Federation's Budget Committee. Doing some
of the preparatory work, discussing 1969 expenditures and
exploring minimum requirements for 1970 are, (from left)
Stuart Rothchild. chairman of the Budget Study Committee
on Leisure Time and Cultural Services; Herschel Rosenthal,
chairman of the Budget Study Committee on Health and
Community Relations Services, and Richard J. Horwich,
vice chairman of the Overall Budget Committee.
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Stair Universities'Restrictions Trim Jewish Enrollment
NEW YORK iJTA) Am
universities "ill become "en-
.. of provincialism" it an In-
uring H**d to entail out-.n-
: .nt com ui'ii aceord-
tn a study made bj IVnjamin
Bpsti kn, director <>f the 4nti-
tmation Ln ague of B'naJ B'rith.
The stud) original^ undertaJn n
t i determim tt* extent to which
universities limit admission
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sports, dancing, snapshot exchong
ed. Mr*. A. J., Box 2977, Miami,
Flo. 33101.
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clared, "go beyond Ji *
cent to concern for tin
: he unit r-
msi i\.-s "
The stud} daackm d that
state universities, 48 iia\<- per-
centage reatrictions against out-
idents ranging from .V;
for th. University of Mai
v. tts to 10' for Oh Universitj of
. : !. rcentage resti ictions
i ve beet Imposed during the past
four years in 30
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20TH CENTURY
394 E 10 COURT, HIALEAH
Or Call 887-9475
To Our Many Customers and Friends!
We wish to advise those who want to enjoy
SEDERS CATERED BY THE
ROYAL HUNGARIAN
KOSHER RESTAURANT
To Please Call 947-7528 Beth Torah Congregation
(The Seders at the Restaurant are All Sold Out*
A Hacp, Ho, da-. *o a fro -
MR and MRS. PHILIP WEISS
THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT
will be open the entire Holiday of Passover
(Z,xtenJ* jyest 'Wishes
kJc K^sur ^ Vlctnu Jewish
V.. iirfcmcr- and Tricn
cfurinq the
ESTABLISHED 1926
The first State Bank of Miami
8017 N.E. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FIORIOA
""*' 'tOUAi HSftVT SYSTEM 'tOMi DfOi- ;.'.; csnou-o.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
0PENIN6
RATES
CHILDREN'S
MANOR
South Miami's Finest
* Day Camp Nursery
Kindergarten
Ages 2-10
INSPIRATION
B
V.
4*4
i. -.
y.
IMAGINATION
* Eitraerdinary Campus
* Olympic Swimmmj Peel
* Fiaesl Facilities
* Shady Country
tmosphere
* Qualified Staff
* Fun Filled Activities
CALL
666-5340
661-6781
6210 SW. 70th St.
I tents fcaa Larbsi IssjM)
OPEN HOUSE
April 13th ft 19th
V ISITMS UNITS WHCSMf
Teat
your (ami
the'Easy Spreaders"
KRAFT WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends and Customers
Cat
Boarding
Kennels
"Around-The-Clock Care"
16180 S W. 148th Avenue
Phone 235-2323
THEY SPREAD LIKE A CHARM...EVEN ON MATZOH...
EVEN WHEN REFRIGERATOR COLD
Because they're whipped to heavenly smoothness by Kraft! Ana* 6,
taste tempting flavors to choose from-exciting variety for breakfast,,
lunch, and supper, for noshing and for party snacks and dips. Look)
for Kraft Whipped Cream Cheeses in Krafts handy reuseable alum-
inum bowlsin your grocer's dairy case.
6 FRESH FLAVORS/CERTIFIED KOSHER


Pndav. April 17. 1970
TJknisti fhrtdton
Page 3-B
< j A* oLnloi Tnrnh '"" Ave., Miami B< a ii. Monriaj
Uorfe! Seder At Oholei Torah ^^ A|| ^^ ^ w
\ .:. i di plcting exactlj ire m, iM( ,,,, ;i||, ,, f|
I > Seder si,, ild ,,,,,,. rl as ,,.
held .' OhBlel
'; v. hint; nil
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
VJKJIWS KWKATEfil K1HIE1
1401 WASHINGTON AVE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 533-5055
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
|tS< K'S PET A CARDE!\* SI PPM
4273 EAST 4th AVENUE HIAIEAH
Telephone 688-3181
cdB.no
kosbera
SALAMI
TO3 PURE BEEF
t^UtTilt2''tU7/
... m by
" do x Rabbi:
Rotenthal
, Maahgichim
GENERAL Of FIC ?S I
CHICAOO. ILLKIOH 60OT
WILNO KOSHER
SALAMI FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF BOLOGNA
7C25 N.W. 37th AVENUE-Phone 836-2992
MIAMI BRANCH:
MIAMI-ISRAEL
43 DAY CRUISE TOUR
Depart April 30th Return June 12th
INCLUDES 19 DAYS
ALL-INCLUSIVE TOUR OF ISRAEL
$1199.00
Kosher Food Available ALL ONE PRICE
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED!
OFFICIAL TRAVEL CENTER
18604 COLLINS AVENUE
'Ship of Greek Registry
945-6538
So much to see, so much
todo in Israel...GO!
You've been thinking about it. dreaming about it why wait
any longer? Go this year, and g> GREEK LINE-the favorite of
so many thousands, the Golden Route to Israel1 On your way to
Israel and back, enjoy a luxurious, restful vacation at sea.
Continental cuisine or gourmet Kosher meals under the strict-
est supervision, A rabbi and Synagogue grace both our ships.
Sun-drenched decks, open-air pools, lounges, nightclubs, ball-
rooms, theatre. And Greek Line sailings coincide with major
religious and cultural festivities in Israel.
SAIIINC DATES May Hi )"" 8. Joly 6, Aug. 2*.
------^ Sept, 21, Oct. 19, Nov. 16. Jan. 4, 19/1.
OLYMPIA QUEEN ANNA MARIA
for colorful folder, reservations, call your Travel Agent or the ..
ft
be happy Go Greek Line
25 S.E. Second Av.., Miomi, F.rido 373-6436
SAFETY INFORMATION: The Olympia.'Queen Anna Maria, reg-
istered in Greece, meet International Safety Standards for new
hip. developed in 1948 and the 1966 fire safety requirements.
Hadassah Elects
1970-71 r
resident
At iis <>;>. ii board mi i i ing in the
Marsh Auditori i
r the eh i
I970-' ison i lect-
ii. Choaei hapl
i
ris H : man.
THE J
ROOSEVELT
SCHOOL
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CUSTOM BUILDING & REMODELING
9
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WSifReO
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8793 S.W. 131 Street
WEST OF U.S. 1
233-3800
WINDOWS
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AUTHORIZED JOHNS MUSVILIE
> lEALER DISTRIBVTfffl
\
Shippan Point St.imfo'vi, Conn.
ItlZSZZ 'C0) auoHd
Martin Schwarzsehild. Director

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Accredit*

Co'i
Amcriccn-Jewish cultural home life
Call Mr M Be.ger
(305) 531.0403
FROM ISRAEL
WITH LOVE
m

KOSHER HOME STYLE
DEHYDRATED SOUPS
Continental Mjshroort Soup
Country-Stylr Vegetable Soup
with Cabbage
KOSHER FESTIVE
DESSERTS
Instant Chocolate Pudding
'nstan, VtiniIIt- Pudding
"Holiday In Israel taste" at
supermarket prices.
Under Supervision of (rabbi
Jacob Lande, B'noi B'rak.
Distributed By:
Southern Dist. Co., Hialeah, Fla.
681-3578
Interest
Britain
1970
I illi: ,: ii
? Stately Humes & Castles
? Glorious Gardens
C Churches, Great t Small
? Ascot, Hcley WimblerJoi
? Chafer to Cl-urchfll
D Championship Courses of Scotland
? Three Great Festivals Bath, Aldeburg t Edinburgh
MA YFLOWER 70 E3kCIZ33l
D Horses. Horses. Horses
? Antique Hunting
D Buried Treasure
CA legal look at England
C Wild Life
C Journey with a Camera
& BXJRiDiaSTE'S O
TRAVEL BUREAU
MIAMI BEACH STORE" 1672 Meridian Ct.........538-6517
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER.....................945-4304
MIAMI. 22 E. Floater St...........................373-1111
FT. LAUDERDALE STORE 115 S. Andrew. Av......525-1338
m^m^^^m*^m.Operated bT^L,'.i.'.'^.>.'t Trarl aaaaam^
MAIL COUPON TO. 1672 MERIDIAN CT.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 33139
NAME
ADDRESS.
CITY......
.STATE.............ZIP.
A TREASURED KEEPSAKE
FOR PASSOVER GIFT
TO CHILDREN
AND GRANDCHILDREN
22nd ANNIVERSARY SPECIMEN SET
ISRAEL'S 1970 COINS
V-^OI

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a me
C\: Ml AM I BEACH
U !
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930 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Telephone: 534-1577
LIMITED QUANTITY STILL AVAILABLE
AT THE CARNER BANK OF MIAMI BEACH.
10 Sets Per Person
1969 SETS ALSO AVAILABLE
Price $3.50 per set. Limited quantity


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9-JenisHlcrfdBar
Friday, April 17
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Extends Best Wishes For
Peace and Happiness to All
a; This Passover Season
2065 S.W. Third Avenue
750C S.W 120th Street
Holiday Greetings ...
ANNIVERSARY SALE
DISCOUNT 20o
m
V
MIAMI
FABRICS
8C4 N.W. lS3rd Street 624-4692
1443 W. 49-S Street jHialeah1 822-2354
71 E. Flacloi-(Downtown) 371-1226
.O ALL RAMBLER (AMERICA^
MOTORS) OWNERS. RNCHl-KTfAFA-
BLER WANTS YOUR SERVICE BUSI-
NESS. ALL FACTORY WARRANTIES
HONORED.
SEE THE NEW GREMLIN
-
f.
\
'/<
,2miAVt>FR.3-8
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ridcy.
April 17. 1970
+Jm1$t>fhrkMan
Page 5-B
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
- PHOMf! W7 W1-------
BY RESERVATIONS
RrCOAAMENDED BY HOLIDAY MAGAZINE
201 N.W. 79th STREET
Banquet louorino; Claude Pepper To Be Held Saturday
((nt for news. The program will
An Appreciation Banquet honor-
ing Rop. Claude Pepper for his 40
yoars of public service will !*> held
in the Giand Ballroom of the Kon-
tam. oltyui Hotel Saturday eve-
ning, beginning w>"> a ~ p.m. re-
| cvption.
\> m
Master of ceremonies will be
Ralph R. nick, WTVJ's vice presi-
highlight ih i l-l years s|>cnt in the
US. Senate and eight in the U.S.
Mouse of Representatives by Rep.
t'epper. Special musical arrant; -
nn-nts will be provided by the
With People" singers, 32 young I
vocalists.
Community li-adiTM serving :i- eo-
irn f the et em Include Artl ur
>'tir-h'.n. l-uiler Warren, Ma)
Chui '.. Hall, Biepbi n Clai k nd J
Cavalier Maurice Perre, John Jacob
a~' i. Leonard Abeae, I Bernard
:: -. [iurh Emerson, HMu.nii Ste-
MIcnEpon, George I' Storer, "'h.irh.-
Hanie, Hra Jeanne Levey C. l.
i""' Ho..... BrumHtetter, Robert
.-' Floyd. Hank Meyer, Rabbi Joaept
N'ai I, Hei or Ik Bern Jack (lord .
Jaj Klalak, E Albert Pallot, Maurice
Revlti Baron '' Hlrwh Meyer, Van
i' ku--ic>u and Dr Manoio Reye
Did you #
seriously consider
going another way
to Israel?
We don't believe you have to be lured on board our planes
at this time with irresistible descriptions of our food or our
service or the width of our seats or the angle of their recline.
Being on board a jet that is operated by the people of Israel
bound for Israel transcends talk about food and smiles and
pillow-puffing.
See your travel agent about getting on board one.
Saks Serwhe Parts Accessories
FAST REPAIRS ON All MAKES
MACK
CYCLE
5995 Sunset Drive, South Miami



Page 6-H
*JeKt Heritor
rd was conferred upon Mb and
mnu Morton Towers-Israel
ol their outs)
. | ::-. 40C perse r.ed
figure in I?:cc". s Intelligence
Israel Bar.: purchases
ig the evening scene SZ32 bOC.
Sp For Passover GifH
The wto ol MM and 1970 State
i Israel specimea com s-ts bee
been resumed .it th. Cane* Bank
Miami Beach Stephen H <-*ar-
r, ,- pr< sidenl "f the bank, baa
inn '
..;. in a U
mtity 1 wer gifts.
11 public
ii. both "',1
rs. The bank. lo-atcd
g v. Aw. Miami
i lai
Isra

Ban I
in Dad
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I
j'Mfly.ApiB.J
Farband Sponsoring Concert

rnE \EW
GALLf
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3157 Commodore Plaza Coco^jt Grove
Miami, Florida 33133 448-8465
\^)ur Veru Kr}c$t LiJtefies for

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VOLKSWAGEN
0700 M.W. 7tt. Av*.

UNDER MEW OWNERSHIP
BY CERTIFIED TEACHER
VILLAGE PINES
COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
SUMMER CAMP
15000 S.W. 92 AVENUE
(U.S. 1 A Coral Reef Dr.,
235-6621
1/2 or full day. Co-ed Ages 3-9
June 15-July 10 July 13-Aug. 7
IS I
-. -
: : irtis's :.-.. : >
ticipat the Was ral Sav-
;. h Mian S -' > Miami Beach
GULFSTREAM RECORDING STUDIO
Equipped for A-l recording. We are fha only voice studio of
its kind.
IET US PUT YOUR VOICE IN THE PROfESSIONAl FIEID IN
A SHORT TIME
If you have a song in mind call us for professional help and
we will put it on music sheets and get the copyright from
Washington. Call:
Vincent C. Rorino. Member /LS.CJLP.
983-6082 5414 Taylor St.
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
GULFSTREAM MUSIC PUBLISHING CO
Our Specialty is to Anything with a Song and put it on Music
Sheets and Get Copyright from Washington .
UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP
MIAMI HEALTH STUDIO
NEWLY REMODELED NEWLY FURNISHED
2033 N.E. 163RDST.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH 945-0829
-------------------GET ACQUAINTED OFFER--------------------
I
ciiPandSAVE mm*s
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR ONI
FREE VISIT
TO THE
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2033 N.E 163rd ST. 945-0829
AIM DOWN AND SHAPE UP FOR THE SUMMER
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OUR LATEST HEALTH IMPROVEMENT FEATURES
INCLUDE
LUXURIOUS STEAM ROOMS PERSONAL INSTRUCTION
SPACIOUS SAUNA IATNS BEAUTY BATH SPA
FIBtRE FORMING MACHINES CALISTHENIC CLASSES
lOBV BBtlBOrS GYMS SEPARATE MEN-WOMEN FACILITIES
CALL TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR
LOW COST HEALTH PLAN -
NO EXTRAS NO CONTRACTS *'MM,WS
TB PAY TB SIGN **
Important News to All New or Used Car Buyers
It you are paying over$1858and not getting:
1. 4 wheel disc brakes
2. 4 speed transmission
3. rock & pinion steering
4. bucket seats
5. Courtesy lights
6. rubber bumper guards
7. engine comportment that locks
8. seven coats of pai nt
9. factory under coot
10. tires georonteed to ge 40,000 miles
11. 4 dears oir-flo ventilation
12. viayl upholstery
13. unlimited mileage deling warranty period
14. 35 miles per gallon
You're paying too muck. Yes
too muck.
. if you don't get tfce above yeVre pay'
Coll, stop in, or we will pick you up and show yaw why Renault Sales ere
15*"e this year. Coll for a test drive. If you bvy-bnng this od-in additi
to the above we will install o radio FREE:
Note This offer good for 3 days from this data.
NORTH MIAMI MOTORS
p
on
15885 W. Dixie Highway
Ner.li Miami Bead, Fla.
Dale 94S-T4S1
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April 17, 1970
+Jmlsl> fkridUairi
Page 7 B
y0\ E. Boise Now
\rs. George Gray
glvse Hoist' and George
. v ,',,. married in Temple .
' ,.; gunday, April 12. Rabbi
April officiated at the
. c,.n monies,
L (,,,! dauRhtei tf%-tjii -8 M
, Boise, 740 SW 62ml
f a high school teach-
[.. tnc Dade County public
Her husband, the
I Mrs Lettie Goldstein of
Ith Miami Beach, is a New
buBiwssman.
,Plc will make New York
L homi after an extended
Evmoon tour of the Southern
, BOYS, GIRLS ICO-EI
SUMMER CAMPS
**" As*, 12-16
SPAIN or
SWITZERLAND
A 1 tMKBirc
4-6 WtlKS
|PHW 7DU fn.Lt.
CALL RED BIRO TRAVEL
DM llll HU. U- MUM
666-7996
Call DOW OBLAN 1
'_ V^^ "V| PtNSION A WgP 1 1 PROFIT 1 SHARNG lUl 1 PLAN L^ltfl I____1 i
FLAGLER INS. AGY INC 129 M.E. 79th SI. 151-1613-14
>NGREGATION HAR TZEON,
Conservative congregation
cited in Montgomery Coun-
ir, Maryland, a suburb of
ifashington, D. C, desires the
trvices of a qualified, expri-
nced EDUCATION DIREC
)R for its school system, now
umbering 300 students. Ad-
ress replies to: Mr. Milton
ss, 1620 Oak view Drive
Spring, Maryland 20903
SMALL CONGREGATION
IN ST. PETERSBURG
needs a retired
IAAL TF ILAH A BAAL KRIAH.
Salary plus home.
Local phone MU 5-1857
BUSINtSS FOR SALE
SELTZER ROUTE
Well established, regular
I weekly income (or may just
*H equipment). Large syphon
bottle inventory and good
Equipment complete with
| ROUTE 4,500 to 5000.00 or
Less for just Equipment.
Write M. Grannick
1242 University Drive N.E.
AHanta, Georgia, 30306
or call 872-7312 evenings
after 10 P.M.
t:
IMFORT,
FOR YOU
*
I'hit^Q^tv
'(we
. **** Mot Attractive
'""'"' tor Comfort
RKVES SHOES
-614 ALTON ROAD
' B'ock South of Lincoln
PenDailyl0a.m.-5p.m.
PHONE 665 6565
INTERIOR DESIGN BY BOB KELLY
next dooR
Through these doors.
I 'nique Gifts, Antiques and
Beautiful lighting Fixtures
1569 SUNSET DRIVE
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
OF MR. JOSEPH OF PARIS
CLOTHES WIGS FACIAL MAKE-UP
Expert International Hair Stylists
SAUNA BATHS
"We have everything to make you Beautiful'
fctHtPte Houcke
3143 PONCE de LEON
445-8591
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SHIRLEY ROSS ED BARNARD
Phone 757-8546
8301 N.E. 2nd Ave.
^?????????????????????????f
fi-VTRICIA LKKS M/,OV 1)1 HF.Al I )t
? 7008SW. 87t AVE 271-8583 9
? COMPLETE LIME OF BEAUTY SERVICES A ^ f
? SPECIALIZING IN TINTING I PERM8JENTS ^dfTSkak, ?
?
?
SPECIAL
REG. $25 PERMANENT WAVE
s1750 __
LL lien Jlie C_^ry V_ft J-JtlBCtir sJieard, J lie ^fcw j^/lopc*.....
: f- miici'-" Ti'r jews 0>>'ni'n?f c*^^"^T^/n J lie
LJe-ulfi \*Jrganization K-*nctptera \Jn
J lie rlianti ^/~treo
f~ a&sover \~4reetinqs Jr*
rent
??????????????????????????*
RABBI and MRS. MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and (he members (if
TEMPLE MENORAH
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
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER and OFFICERS of
Temple Judea
Extend Wishes for a Happy Passover to All
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
The Only Synagogue In North Miami
Extends Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to All
F. Leonard Miller
President
Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkel
Rabbi
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
Cantor
TO ALL GREETINGS
BONACKER &
LEIGH, INC
Food Brokers
MEMBERS NATIONAL FOOD BROKERS ASSOCIATION
"WE COVER SOUTH FLORIDA"
5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA


Page 8-B
vJenist Meridian
FridaY. April
4
,3
to*
i#8
Susan i?. Solomon To Be a June Bride
WE HAVE ADDED A LINE OF FINE
TRIMMINGS INCLUDING
RIBBONS, BEADING, FIOWERS
and VEILS.
1410 Ponce De leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, Florida
444-1000
THIS SEASON S
"IN"BEAUTY SALON
1071 Kane Concourse Boy Harbour Islands
^-""1071 Kane Concourse Bay Harbour Islands*
i( Telephone 865-9901 |
?

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CREATIVE
JEWELRY
rf*Uwnut 'Puccio
W SOK
ESTABLISHED 35 YEARS
11630 N. E. 2nd AVI. MIAMI
PHONE 757-3145
MEMBERS OF MASTER CHARGE
THE LARGEST AND MOST BEAUllrUL SELECTION
FINEST QUALITY-CONSERVATIVE PRICES
OPEN TUfS. THBU SAT. 10 A.M. TO S P.M. CUsed Man.
YOU cc be SUM af ffce tfST ml -
Todd-H BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER
NOW SNIPPING FIOBIDA'S FINfST ERUfT BASKETS t FT$
2144 PONCE DE LEON Carat Cablet Tat 448 521S
SUSAN B. S010MON
Mr. and Mrs Harold Sol
6521 SW 58th SI South Miami,
annount the i ngagi mi nl ol tin ii
laughter, Susan Ruth, to I
I. win Cooper, son ol Mi and Mrs.
Sol Cooper i>: Savannah, Ga.
The bride-elect, a student at tv
University of Georgia, where she
is majoring in English and Educa-
tion. A member ot Delta Phi Kp-
lilon SOrority, Miss Solomon, who
has Ixi n named to the Dean's List,
bj a graduate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior High School. Wlnle a stmli nt
iIn it she was a finalist in the Miss
iv< rtage Miami competition and
was the n eipient ol the Mabel M.
gtaata creative writing awnrd.
The prospi ctiw bridegroom, who
...111:-1- .1 fi 11> Savannah ili^h
School, where he was president of
Beta Club, national scholastii
honor society, received ins B.S
rlegi ell 'h. mistry
th I'nivt rsit) of <"., orgia
Hi tplain of Tan l.p-
5 Ion Phi : '. and sice pn s- ,
in Delta pre
i dical honoi cietj I w as
,l to the I>. an's last. He is
pirsently enrolled in the Medical
College of Georgia, where he i^
I ins. for his v. I d< gi > i
holds nn mt> rship ih Phi I* Its
I.; silon mi ''i< al fraternity.
After 'he wedding, a can
light ceremony which will t>e held
lune 21, thi coupl will live m '
Augusta, Ga and the bride will
rinish h. i citiieation at Augusta
College while hir husband finishes
ins medical coum at the Medical
i ollege ol Cn-or-sria in Augusta
NEW IMAGE
9701 H.E. 2nd AVI.
MIAMI SHORES


!,
4

TWIN CITY GLASS (O.
SrAtANTHO MIBB0BS -STOtE WONTS FUBM.fUBE TOPI
ANTIQUE MIBR0RS & BE SILVERING
Plofe & Window Glass Replacements
IJtO 16th Street, M.B.
Closed Saturday*
Til. S34-M67
3fUMI?
by
"Why Settle lr less -
Get the Beit"
Weddings and Bar Mitivahs Our Specialty"
947-8124
FASHION
BOUTIQUE
FEATURING
THE LATEST
WOMEN'S
APPAREL
AND
ACCESSORIES
759-0572
BEAUTY
SALON
FEATURING
BEAUTY
AND
WIG SERVICE
759-3701
Say "HAPPY PASSOVER" with
FLOWERS -
BLOSSOM SHOP
1616 Washington Avenue (Mercantile Bank Building)
Miami Beach JE 7-3231
PARTY EQUIPMENT RENTALl
WE'RE NO. 1
erf fa*
many reasons
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
QUALITY
Chairs WJt
a Tafalaa Class
a China CanaaU
DoMca FU
Sen ing South
Flnrida Oi*r}5 Yrs,
TENT & RENTAL CO., INC.
545 N.W. 22nd Straat
Miomi, Fla. 33127 <
371-8628
LiJcddincts
d

s

to Suit
You and Your
'Personality"
By Appointment Only
r... ; y / I /
BETTY JO NICHOLS
BRIDAL COX SILT A* T
jjjJ OPEN 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. K
W? Daily Walk-In Specie/ $L&
^
v.;
Evelyn F
rec lh< 1 Sinai ?:
in the. -9. c.
Educati -
which wi
8:! 5 p.m.
dav.
v and
LEO H0HAUSER
PLUMBING
CMrrp4awi un>t*
Serving Dodr Count* Orrf 151
1S11 S.W. Utk IT. M] a-*)
ily Walk-In Speci
Coin 'a carry
if BILL HOFM ANN .-,.
FLORIST
2160 N.W. 79 St.
RENT A
MOTOR HOME
SLEEPS*
AIR-CONDITIONED
Atlantic Motor
Home. Inc.
I-9S Bl Griffin Blvd.
? Dam* Fij.31014
Phon* 9UtH
1 aadhda ***
NORTH DADE HEIGHT!
KINDERGARTEN
1121 N.E.205 TO, HI
945-5814
FAIL R- ""' I-iMI
9AM io 3 P.M.
cussesfo; 5tui:J5
8:30 to 11.30 A.M.
PASSPORT
StRVKl
Meridian C. -era & L'
NEXT TO EUlWt
1671 MEBIDiAK A VI.
HEAR EVEN THIS
new
2?e//#nt'
plazo Building
Suite 235
245 S.E. FW St.
Miami, Flo.
Telephone 373-1212
696-4221


April 17. 1970
Jenisti fkridHrun
Page 9-B
Sound Town
I Lrs luoetotas has received
KTSioHal Award for out-
| helpful work
Ltt'i't
in
tai""-' r' 'annK fr. '
fol ,,,,;, ,! veterans from
1 |ti.h:ir.l M. N'*-
lKi:, s other prized
. a gold I'laqui'
thi v terans, an
r ;;,. or merltorioua
World War II by
L y'n! 1i rr> > Truman, anil
r >ii eommenda-
l,,. viherl Tomaiiilo.
., i ip v< U rans'
I Kohin Ha-
phlll l I' r
r twin slsti i
: to, t."> the
i th daugh-
:, Vin ii i Barbara
isl Dr., North
i, i ,i total of
h. r two Havt n
\ iii.x. 13, and Xatn-
i to i atch thi Ir
'
L< potn1 iktn, ici presi '< nl
fie Potamkin li.\ rol-t. Inc.
! Mrs. I'olam-
enjoying an
,, id trip to London,
im and Paris
dealer in the
I Jet Sel II" sales
r ndiictrd during Jan-
. bj Ch< \ rolel
ksonx llle zone.
BRIDAL
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
Quality Color
Fust Service
BRADFORD MAXSON
9-1 DAILY 221-0724
S. BERNARD LAVINE
INTERIOR DESIGNER
i Doiition o ccept
* -uTb*r ot new
1 '" -*i p-ce-
l q service
- <-> -
RES CENTIAL COMMERCIAL
m m Hi-tin
~~.i "bMEROKE ROAD
-""'-fSSIONAL MEMBER
ES 3NERS *
DECORATORS GUiiD
LEASE NEW
1970 COLOR TV
PURCHASE 3FT-0
PER MONTH
las* 947-1190
?ward 523-2593
CM. TV CO.
^oetyhi
PRIVATE SCHOOLS
(Business Courses, too
ke our yellow page ads
Convenient Locations
irochure 444-6543
CUSTOM FLOORS
Designed To Your Specifications
for Fla. Room Kitchen
SHEET VINYLS OUR
SPECIALTY
DO IT YOURSELF.
TILES AS LOW AS
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INSTALLED IN YOUR HOME
endurance floor company inc.
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Showroom Open 6 Days A Week P
a
Open Daily 8 A.M. 5 P.M.
Friday 8 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
HOUSE OF DOORS
6763 S.W. 81st ST. 667 4000
SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF
PANELtD PLAIN DOORS
Fir Mahogany & Other Woods
Locks Paneling
WE DO OUR OWN INSTALLATION
Hondcorved South American Doors
100 to Choos* From .
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Photographic
Portraits by
.^%#*-***
HOTEL
announces a tradition id
PASSOVER SEDER
, .,,,-., u d by CANTOR EMANUEL MANDLL,
I MONDAY, APRIL 20th AT 6 P.M.
|$12S ,.. 531-1271
NOW
Kosher
for
Passover
UNDER SUPERVISION Of RABBI TIBOR M. STERN
il
LO.r Men
A frialm tretum*
Htm location -923 ARTHUR GODFREY
Telephones JE 1-1872 and
irictUu triatttrt 1
r ROAD, MIAMI BEACH .
5"*4-4930 T
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4 RESIDENTIAL CONTRACT OFFICES
2043 N.E. 160th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
INC.
IF YOU GET LOST. CALL OUR
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A ANNOUNCEMENTS
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fur m cockling ACCESSORIES
sMtianerycvcf
presented! -,
plus tuli line Cf -jifjr/i/j/Sj*/
NAPKINS. CAKE BOXES BAGS, BCCK MA1CMES
SPECIAL RUSH SERVICE AVAILABLE
JAFFE STATIONERS
743 N.E. 167h ST., N MIA BCH.
949-8126
diet-rite cola
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Page 10-B
+Je*ist ttcrkJIiari
Frid
aY. April
Youth (ioiiiiuissioii Elects New Slate
Mrs. Ah i ib-man <>'
the nomii itiona i mmlttee, pre-
- n( it a at) ol irffio rs and it
Mas ui '' 11 by the
Hadassah Zionist v. mrrds-
>| Gn .Hi i- Miami at its last
Oholei Torah
SUMMER DAY CAMP
Is Now Accepting Registration For The
New Summer Season
Children Between 5 to 13 Years Of Age.
2 FOUR WEEK SESSIONS
June 15 to August 8 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A NEW and INTERESTING PROGRAM CONSISTING OF
Arts and Crafts Swimming Swimming Instruction
Athletics Games Dramatics Singing
Religious Instruction
WE URGE YOU TO CALL NOW ..
LIMITED REGISTRATION 531-8721
or Write OHOLEI TORAH DAY CAMP
1544 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 33139
nn i ting.
Officen who win tx' taking over
their responsibilities Juna 1 bn-
clude Mrs. Maxwell Wefcsberg
lirman; Mr*. Alvin Burger.con-
clave, vice onalrman; Bud Bn it-
bart, pel jonnel vice i hairman;
Map. Marvin Newmark, achabir-
. ciuy" virw dbainnan;< rv;i-^. Hair}
, i^Mstcin, treasurer; Mrs. Morris
SimmonB, recestiing secretary, h
lira I Ian li i K ingi r, ond-
ing secretary.
The Youth Commission, an or-
. anizatiorj composed of Hadassah
representatives and male volun-
teers, was < rested i<> supervise the
i liar (formerly Young Ju-
daea) program in the Greater
Miami ana
This group, with the help of the
i r. Arthur Letts, supervises
the program and lends moral and
financial support to ihi lr activi-
ties,
MARIKESCIENcT
" It,
W-ED 13.
SCUBA SNORKLING LAB Settle
SAILING ARTS & CMAFTS kU$BL
UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY
Scientists from leading Oceanogrophic Univ Go,',
c*s, and Industries participate. Camper, Zu5
Ocean and Gulf of Mexico
located on Big Pin* Key, Florido
Accredited by ths American Campina Asia,
WRITE: SEACAMP
7S0 Hi. *h S.. Miomi. Florida 33137
CAO:
MStTMlJ
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 summer
camp program at Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hols
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing "Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
Camp Session Starts
JUNE 27-AUGUST 15
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dept. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Conditioned
Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
Yes
... it is a fact!
CAMP DOREEN
(THE FUN CAMP)
WILL HAVE ON ITS PREMISES
THE NEWEST AND MOST MODERN
SWIMMING POOL AVAILABLE.
GET IN THE SWING OF THINGS.
REGISTER NOW
AT
SUMMER CAMP JUNE 15. 1970
MISS DOREEN'S SCHOOL
947-1731
151N.W. 162ST.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR FALL TERM
FIRST & SECOND GRADE KINDERGARTEN & NURSERY
camp
judaea
<^
"A Laboratory of Living Judaism*
PineCrest
BAY CAMP
A Unique Summer Experience
For Boys Girls 4-12
*
ra
Here, children, like the proverbial acorns, grow and grow,
socially, spiritually and culturally Experienced counselors
live with the campers and devote themselves to helping each
child fully enjoy every phase of the camping programs Par-
ticipating in various sports, developing artistic, musical or
dramatic interests are but a part of the overall Camp Judaea
experience Under the guidance of the staff of Camp Ju-
daea, your child will develop in an atmosphere of joyous Jew-
isn living where the glories of his heritage will be unfolded
through song, dance, drama and story.
Florida's PlrNst enj
MM Eqvipood Ooy Camp
KAYAKING SCUBA SAIINNG TENNIS
SWIMMING I ATOM PONIES DIVING DANCING
AJDO CHAIM FENCING WARM LUNCHES
QUAl/FKD CWMSELOtS CHUUHUHC PBOCIAM
SESSIONS OPERATE WEEKLY, MONDAY through FRIDAY
JUNE 15-AUG. 21
APPLY NOW! LIMITED ENROLLMENT
FIRST SESSION
June 18 July 16
SECOND SESSION
July IS Aufu* l*
VCM8E* AMtHlCA* CAMPING ASSOCIATION
1970
SEASON
Fees:
One Session-$310 plus $20 registration
Season $595 plus $20 registration
For Additional Information Rrqardina Registration. HfM
Writ.: Mr. Arthur lefts. 13630 W. Dixie Highway *"
Of CAU 891-8143
Cam. Judoeo is located in Meideoonillc, North C.rii"
PINS CIST OAY CAMP
Mr. La'rv J Pedicord. Administrator
1501 tfE' : ItroM, PI, lojootfo't. F a. SlJOt
MAMI.......................................
ADD.CSS.....................................
CITY.........STATf........H* ......m......
MON-MO'IT SUMMFS CM0*ND AND OPftATSO By!
f :isi $:iooi.FoitTijoeRo*i.E
IX
SUO TODAY
FOR rREfc
COLOR
imCWRE!
camp judaea
SAM FISMIR, 0etK
WINTER ADDRESS: 1132 WEST PtACHTREC ST.. NW. ROOM 111 ATLANTA GA. 30308 FHORE l04| I7HJ'
SUMMERA00RESS: CAMPJU0AEA / ROUTE 1- 10X48 rlEN0ERSONVIllE,N.C.7
CALL FT LAUDEADALE 524-3653 (WEEK DAYS)
We Afs Op**!* Camp WaMsWsr in HioMoadi, MX.


17, 1970
fJenisfi fk>rIdasn
Paae 1 IB
b 5p
alter
dii's Auxiliary No. G77. Jewish War
Veterans, The meeting will be held
[yanlch ol ,h'' American in tht. WMhiogton Pederal Bank,
fconsrcss '" s|"'ilk ''" I'."-' Normandy Dr.. at 7:30 p.m.
I .1 SnVU'l JCWI UIUS-
liii ,n'' ... .iMoa ti I Wednesday. Liblm* Coin n is prcsi-
L irrturc with s un s si
I"",, ,., North Shore La-1 ilr-nt of It* groan-
North Shore La-' <""' of (tap group.
VIVIAN DODY
VANCE GOODMAN
U. S. HIGHWAY ONE / HALLANDALE
&4Z In
>n
fog, UttjjiMxX'A &H*XH**A>***i Uttl
ivu fciiTi w.YQi w sa\
MAIN HIGHWAY 445-2581
MICIS i nmosmmkei
Tuo *ea Tnu.%. Sun Z**i S30pm
I* .$%, <. its
f r, Lai d 3
MM, 5 SO. MHinMlM(Sll.-2pm
H 50. 3 50

, A "Casts JUaiaa it Its'icales'
Taks* tht !ml'iial Enrichsttnl tf
lT* WSt Will bi Our Lsaetrs i Tomrrw"
CAMP ALPINE Cmp'*t sulcrsasrts eanot
g2B2k TSIFS tursn sack "Sim Its* sit/gslf / ttstslet* casisisf
HIGHLANDS, N.C. facttiitf,.
APP.Y NO* FOB EXCELLENT FS9I
1,i4-W(fX SESSION 2-d 4.(< SESSION FOLLSOfERVISIOfl
EIGHT WtkK SESSION
CALL OR WRITE TODAY
r) MXltSZ m.Bliss J1IS... v\-*itt
DEERBORNE SCHOOL
SUMMER
CAMP
SUMMER
SCHOOL
MISER' IISKn6UTU MM 1 TBM It TMMNRTsTWI
SWIMM'NG SCUSA DIVING ALL SPORTS CRAFTS
JUDO BOWLING RIclEHY ARCHERY TINNIS
SOLLER SKATING HORSISACK RIDING o FISHING
CIaSSWOAK MAT IE WTEnlELATU Will W PRNIM
ELEMENTARY REVIEW OF ALL SUBJECTS
JR. ISR. HIGH SCHOOL JSEi,
READING REMEIIAL
AM CLIIIICAL
111 Si.iili In. Cir.l Casks M <-4St2
JACK JONES
CAMPS
CLOUDMONT
FOR BOYS
GOLF-9 HOLE COURSE
TENNIS-6 COURTS
SHADY GROVE-YOUR OWN HORSE
VALLEY VIEW RANCH
FOR GIRLS
(YOUR OWN HORSE)
Both Camps on 7000 Acre*
ATOP LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
444-1100
SOUTH FLORIDA'S OLDEST GAMPS
uhvrv ihv biff attmvtiun is...
SEETHE $20,000
GREEN VALLEY HANDICAP .. SATURDAY, APRIL 18
DAILY DOUBLE reservations pirst
_______ Dining Stating "*CE
& PERFECTAS DAOE 9**2313 9457511 i.-ic
BROWARD 923 8494 927 1711 lil ,
BOLD BRUISING BRE ATHTAKINO ... And you c.n '. on
iKCHI-f action nightly from 7:30 till 12:30 AM (Salt. 7 PM I. Midnight)
. D.nn.r. It.m 6 fM (from $3.45) Cl...d-i.uit COLOR TV ...y what,
a El.volo.l to all l.vtl. a Admi.tion (ton. 50. a Ra.a.votion.: 633-9661
a N.W. 36th St. at 36th Avt. (27lh Avo. oxll Airport X-woy). No Minor..
SHOSHANA DAMARI
HEDVA A DAVID YOEL DAN
THE CARMEL ISRAELI DANCERS
IISTIVAI ORCHESTRA
A OTHERS
MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1970
8:30 P.M.
$.50, 5.50, 450, 3.50 st box office. Mail orders accepted,
chocks payable to: Miami Beach Auditorium.
Information and GtOUP DISCOUNT phone 534-3688.
Wometco Theatres
The
6iKrtainment
year!
Israel's
musical
toast to love
and marriage
SMOM.'.

JERRY JARRETT. star of Broatfwsy's
"FIDDLER ON THE ROOF," sings
;"HVE I 80T A BOY FOR Y0U"_
MIKE BURSTEIN germaine unikovski
RINA GANOR RAPHAEL KLAIZIN
IN CIHEFFECTS COLOR AND TOTALSCOPE
A NATIONAL SHOWMANSHIP RELEASE
l tori
June.}.
21
Enr*Mi
lor FoSSeiuon, GrW 1-7. A AM FWrieoCi Ulted) TsSMSSMS.
SUNSET PREPARATORY SCHOOL
DIVISION OF
PETER PAN ENTERPRISES INC.
11 900 SUNSET DR.
665-3343 OR 6672383 'J
\^r m color
WITHOUT
A STITCH
introducing '^X
ANNE GRETE A
lSOVi UNDl* II I
win tor it tountio I
THE NUMBER ONE NOVEL OF THE
YEAR... NOW n MOTION PICTURE'
.ROSS HUMER
AIRPORT
BURT DEAN
LANCASTER MARTIN
JEAN SEBERG
JACQUELINE BISSET
J/

CARIB
10 ACADEMY
AWARD NOMINATIONS
;|
TrONS [
richl\rd burton
Genevieve Bujold
,.,;, HALWALUSooivnoN
CARLYLE
yia....."
"DAZZLING!" i
L A TIMES }
A FIANKOVICH- \t>
STUIGIS eao^V
nWOUCTION ^\
^4 lion CdatOK ft. Iwm
li
Mutnsioa
UXMOCOIM
M..<.' Mill
!


Pag* 12 d
rJenist ncrkfiar
Frida
*m
GONDAS
CORPORATION
ELECTRIC MOTORS
PUMPS
AIR COMPRESSORS
MACHINERY and SUPPLIES
151 NW 54th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33137
PLaza 7-5531
2100 M.W. 13th Avf., Miami
Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Clients from
MR. AND MRS. WERNER COHN AND FAMILY OF THE
GABLES CUSTOM CABINETS
4215 Pones de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Ph. 4444947
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
KOLBER BROS.. INC.
Pnone 635-2521
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FORD SHADES and DRAPERIES
Since 1949
MIAMI, NO. MIAMI BEACH, FT LAUDERDALE
POMPANO, BOCA, W. PALM BEACH. TAMPA
WILLIAM STURMAN, President
Happy Holiday To All
For Your Housing Accommodations Call
Bonded Rental Agency, Inc.
4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
Registered Real Estate Brokers
L. L. Brooks, President
George P. Harth, General Manager
C. A. Lockhart, Public Relations
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BERNARD LEVY. REALTOR
IRENE D. MYERS ELLIOTT LEVY
1212 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 538-2323
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CAPE CODDER
620 N.E. 78th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 751-9415
A Happy Passover To All Our Friends and Guests
I.II1VM 0\i: HOTEL
1920 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-5511
1200 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami Telephone 371-1188
*.i
GLASS DRY CLEANERS
TiOO NW. 3rd Avenue, Miar
Telephone 371-1188
"I
J,.st '7- OX. 7" Of s*
By PEGGY BEE
There was something fishy koiiik
on at Rhixia and Morris Levttfl
house. It mi a Suburban League
event to raise money for Variety
Children, attended by 136 persona.
The seafood was flown in from
Maine along with the seaweed in
which it was cooked Highlight of
the evening was a show of mod
fashions for men. The handsome
models were Supplied by Suburban
League: Lawrence Alpert, How .mi
Ayres. Maurice Kiiedlind. Peter
I.evine. Al Rosen. Michael Rosen-
thai. Bob Yawitt and Lou YVechs-
i. r. Moderator ot the show. Geia'd
r'akck, also allowed Ann Block anil
Joan Berk to model their things
f.om minis to maxis. Among the
guests were Bobby and Richard
Litt. Margy and Archie Sitron. Su-
san and Samuel Smith. Sandy and
Alan Salomon. Sandy and Arthur
Pepper, Roberta and Larry Marks.
Nancy and Jimmy Orvit/. Sheilah
and Larry Mizrach. Cliff and Har-
lem- Marks. Howard and Barbara
Katzen and Carol and Dick Mas-
smgton. (Dick was given the "Man
Of the Year" award for his help to
the Suburban League, proving
that a good man nowadays can
still be found.)
Hiiinks on the high seas w.re
the ordermof i^he Bay when 42
Lorber Chapter tea's and theirguyi
i raised to Kreeport for a loser's
uvekend. The ladies sported the
latest m cruise wear daytimes, ami
the most elegant of pantsuits at
night. Pleasure-seekers include,I
Dolly and Ernest Harris. Adele
and Gerald Klugerman, Ellen and
Ralph Leidner. Elaine and Sy Co-
hen, Phyllis and Sam Gnenfeder,
Boo and Stu Shapiro. Bobbie and
Heiman Ponuiantz. Barbara and
Allen Abelson. Selma and Murray
Tuietsky, Ruth and Sid Harris.
I\e\ ami Morgan Levy, (Jlo;ia and
Arthur Biel.r. Joan and Arthur
Jacowitz, Helen anil Ed Scharps.
Doris and Nat Cynamon. Judy and
Marvin Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs
Sol I.anster and Mr. and Mrs.
; Johnny Green. Evan the choppy
s.as couldn't dampen the fun.
The mysterious postcards from
Rome asked recipients to bring an
| unusual present to a party honor-
| ing 'the Godfather." The clandes-
tine hosts tUfned out to be Carol
and Dick Massington and Roch.-lle
and Paul Rut ten berg; the "God-
father" was Myrus the Mentalist.
The most unusual gift was a cof-
fin brought by Norman and Sandy
Share you can't get much more
Passover Greetings
ft
LOBO
LOUNGE
1440 Biacayne Boulevard
Now Servinq The Finest
Italian Food
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends & Customers
HARPERS
SHOES
RED CROSS
9438 Harding Avenue
Phone 865-7996
Holiday Greetings From .
DEERBORNE SCHOOL
Nursery and Kindergarten
G'ades 1 through 11
311 Sevilla Ave.
Coral Gables
444-4662
Accredited by Slit. Depr of Educ.
KOSHER hotel
MARSEILLES
Cintrill Ak Cod.!*
MRS. AARON
RESNICK
AND FAMILY
WISH YOU A VERY
HAPPY PASSOVER
Ocean front at 17th St.
Miami Beach
DIAMOND'S
JEWELRY
Extends Passover
Greetings To All
420 Arthur Godfrey Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-3387
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RALPH'S
PHARMACY
'Prescription Specialis's"
5 NW. 36th STREET
759-6658
A Happy Passover To All
PHYLLIS DEE INC.
6831 M.W. 37th COURT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 691-5840
Holiday Greetings
JKFF1SSOM
III \KIM.
Alii (i :> :!
900 North Miami Beach Blvd.
PHONE 945-5771
Repair All Makes
Earmoias and Accessories
Easy Credit Terms
Audi
1VOX
licemed unitr fftnfi or American
Ttltphone crnd Tefr.r.ph Co.,
WtUerm liectrk Co., and
If rJa*Mw lea.rrf.i, He.
The Hearing Aid
Your Doctor Knows
40 Ytr of Sorvico to the Public
We Specialize in
Homo Demonstration.
Call U
Thought BUI.ifl
Sclign m
SJ-'
. vi .It K.
A''" W (.
Michael and J, ...
*'' L
Nl" '' KdaaJ
'" "'" and Robert ,-S.]
the hosts :;...n^
in her own designer
lavcndei
made ,. iaii .
"' "''' 'hop, Her,
Grace P linei ..
' e in hand m ca.,
r-merg. i
n *" :. ."j
stein, Rosita 1
Bobbie iihI C
and Richard K
Jose Lopal Hdda a?d ,
dard, Marilyn and SibM
Lucy a: (I N.rmar. Sidrw.
Mrs Artie Manns KeuiJ]
Hryna Kwapler. ttho wa*l
in" it while spoum \io
Steve were Bway on
Out '.i the niitetaa
packing crates Kent :
Hemiar. Lets Thej
Europe just in Una t0,
their new home, but
t-nuUKh foi 25th wtd
versary party given for
their close friends. Those ti
were Enid ami Jack K
and Stan Wassrr, El
Norman Green. S>bil ml
Pulver, Ron and Naiad.
Bra an I (; orge Krassl
Bill G I ihoda i
ind Ray
lliml. ih Daa
dred andB IK .;larid..\r
Larry Rti mil Loi ill
Sobei T skit <>[ th<'r
\ rittc n by 1
by tl.. .'
st '. ;.
: I
' I
MOW ( t>ME" DEPAlU
I! '
I si
North Bav Village Jwii|
Certer. 7501 E Treis.nl
is desireous for l *"
can perform ii
BAL SHACHRB
ad
BAL KREAH
Pre'er one whoresidei"'
neighborhood or PJ*WJ
tact Mr Reiter at Bo>*
ONIBAC'^ l'';
For Hot'1*
credit cowra".**
CREDIT COUNS^
ACCOUNTS W*2 j
Icanbert Credit U*
.nte-atlonal C* ~
4*71 N- ^ UP*
mi*mi. n*. *


Aprl 17. 197P
;*Jeisl fhrirfinr
Page 13-B
Company Drops Ban On Hiring Sabbath Keepers
plied lor examination far such a
post and was rejected on (he
grounds that his religious re-
quinnnnfs could complicate the
company's computer operations.
He said COLPA decided to seek
(YORK i01k Telephone Co. has
iis long-standing policy
L, t,) hire computer
Z* hn are Sabbath
afll, several months
(liating "h ,n'' >-'a,ional
^mission on Law and
tffairs-
ggnnan, c, >I.PA ri-.
orUd i: lest case in-
j. w who ap-
an agreement rather than file a
formal complaint. A letter pro-
testing the policy was sent to
the company president, and a
series of discussions which led
t<> the company's decision to
drop the ban followed.
Mode Air Transport
Wiv Israel's
y | ; cturcd com-
engined
'"l!-" >''
r
li [hi The
Israel
fi.'_';.-- Grove Season
v. i i
:
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-
L an IRS.
IMER
r.. i
or a
IAPPK PASSOVER
to *!
nds
f i Jo All
1TCHEN
;\Ti;n. inc.
^4Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI
Phone 751-7411
Very Happy
Passover
[Mil. VITO-
|EtlOthAve.. Hialeah
885-2547
Nappy Passover To All
HAIR
teSSERS, INC
P N E. 82nd St., Miami
p 7 Days and Evenings
Phone 757-2649
Best Wishes
for A Happy Holiday
To All. ..
W amirs
hauty Salon
f*B S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1940
Greetings
Florida State Theatres
:o**rj-a nit m
OLYMPfA
Ie^
|ragff%i| fs^^ ^^aggj
Ho : ay Greetings
SOMER5TEIN
CATERERS
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
For Information contact
Mr. Sidney Hechtman or
Mr. Walter Schuman at
534-9587 o. 538-2503
A Happy Passover To Al
COPONADO
STUDIOS
266 N.E. 70th Street
Miami, Florida
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HOUDAi c- eetsnGj
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NO. MIAM BEACH, FLA.
'For the Woman Who Cares'
Passover Greetings From
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MIAMI
Phone 949-9901
Passover Greetings From
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1523 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 538-3402
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ..
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1135 N.W. 72nd STREET
Dial 836-7683
A Happy Passover to All
From
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325 V2 ALCAZAR AVE.
Coral Gables, Florida
Happy Passover From
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6934-8936 Bird Road
MIAMI
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GREETINGS FROM
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Families of
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Corner N.W. 1st AVE.
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Phone 379-3450
or 379-1022
OFFICERS
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PHONE: 691-2151
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ere Good Wishes 'or Passover
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8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE
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I i mpl< in South Florida i from
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Israel ol Greater Miami to map kg to Israel with youth froi other
plans For "A Summer Happening FU'form temples in ih
In Israi l" ai 7:30 p.m Thursday.
April 23. I'1" tour, which will be con-
ilucti d bj ex|>ei i< no d Israeli and
Both Ti mple Israi I and Temple American guid< s, will be geared t..
Beth Sholoi : Miami Beach al- (he interests of the youngsters, as-
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APRIL 21st-APRIL 28th
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Jewish Floridian
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- April 17. 1970
Section C
^Afboiit f-^coplc and f^laces .
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,Ml FOB MOBS THAN TWO
nd Virginia Altschuler's daughters
itl >n from Emory I'm., r>u>
... and Martha a sophomore,
I their friendi to moot Ellen's fiance,
: Brooklyn, N.Y. who is also a
lQT ,. i .,,:>. so they invited them to their
,_ ,,..A.. ,. decorated home for cocktails.
0I._. :., guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Mr md Mrs. Carl Hahold, Mr. and Mrs.
i Cleir.. Mr. and Mrs Hyman Kaplan. Mr. and
Milton Russinof, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gilles.
md Mrs Alex Mintzer and Paul (who will be
It man at the wedding in August). Mrs. Milton
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Segal and
bi and Mrs Herbert M. Baumgard.
| PARTIES WKNT ON AND ON
. always anxious for Sol and
Pie Silvcrman's anniversary to arrive-that's
rn the fi::i N-gins! Now that it's "that time"
bin. things have started off with a bang. Mrs.
5u nan hosted a luncheon for 30 in
lilies honor at the Algiers Hotel, complete
wine for toasting. Among the guests were
la Broad, Trudi Hamerschlag. Mrs. Ethel
and Anne Tancnbaum. The dinner p^rty
Stud i that night for out-of-towners fea-
ed a flaming anniversary cake. And on the
lit of th mniversary itself. Mrs. Max Katz
fcted a buffet dinner for about 50 friends and
ktlves at ht r home on Palm Ave. All of the
jdversarii s h ivi 1> en important, but this one.
th Lou and Boss Glasser, Lou and Frances
kkovsky and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hammerman
Mng th' m celebrate, seemed more important
jn its pn decessors.
Sky Laki Country Club was the scene of the
xt celebration a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs.
brman Mitchell. When So! and Mollie finally
their \. r> own party, it was a luncheon for
persons at the Algiers Hotel. What fun they
: Stern was at the piano, and Art
I is iri (Mrs. Sol) SUverman "did their
Ing" with song; in fact they drifted Into a
Imnwn > ~ Among the guests were Mrs.
Vah iv., Mr and Mrs. Charles Fruchman. Mr.
Mrs i' : ih sin, Mr. and Mrs. Teddy SUSS-
1, Mrs Bel i Kozloff, Mrs Sylvia Epstein,
Irs Max Cl Mr. and Mrs LOUil Hau--
\..n and Mrs Harold Spaet. To top it all off.
Harry, and his wife. Sue hosted a
fcffel ; in their honor Sunday night with
hne lests By that time, even if Sol and
1 weren't worn out. everyone else was.
|ate WITH the pbbss
A< us'n : there was nice turnout for Theta
pirma P il irship luncheon. In the audi-
pce -.: my faces 1 recognized: Mrs. Stanley
jeyn Mrs Mitchell Wolfson. Mrs Harold Spaet,
Irs Ali \ -,! Mason, Mrs. Svdney Weintraub,
Irs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, Mrs. Aaron Farr.
|luriel Hirsch Pick and Mrs. Irving Pollack, iwho
ari d | that "luncheon business" was lots
tan "store business.") 1 was already
1 Hi t'iree of the Community Head-
ers I w s nee ch tirman of an Alpha Epsil m
hi lunehe n where Dr. Lynn R. Bartletl was
'' : Mayme 'Mrs. Charles' Wil-
Pan-- 1 from the N.C.J W., and Mary (Mrs,
'" Mil. in had worked with me on the
intj Council of Parent Teachers Asso-
I
fVt HrXDRRO SIXTY VKARS OLD
'"' R ibinowlU is very proud of those
f' i en though it took two people ihim-
M nya) to Uve them. Their four chll-
f their respective spouses threw a grand
prthday party for them, Including cocktails and
Pinner at Harbor House South. Pop wanted all
K 'he Miami Diamond Center employees, most
F whom have been with the firm the entire 26
?ears n has he.. \n yxigtwiqa. to-be with them
Pn "their night." Monroe Kasse and his orches-
fra- ** h:!V0 played for all the family's affairs.
p'ruek up "Happy Birthd iy" as a toast was prc-
Wted in half of the family and the guests
"rm.d a circle and danced around the "birth-
. In addition 'o Davs and Mareia Rabin >-
\,X/- M and Laura Rablnowltt, Sol and
. indS ,i and Tanya Zall a (who,
just moved to Miami from Wll-
i ie Rabinowitz |
. n'" '' nt 1 bare in the gay and de-
tful evening. Oldtime friends who also helped
them celebrate the occasion i :
Mrs. Irving Lehman, Mr and Mrs Arthur Rosi-
chin. Mr and Mrs. Israel Taines Mr and Mrs
ran in';.,; Hochman Cantor and Mrs Zvi Adler,
and Mr and Mrs Harry Liebman.
SHE'S now a HOUSEWIFE
Josie iMrs. Lewisi Glueckauf gets s excited
over her letters postmarked Las Vegas. Nov.
They're from Dindy. their daughter, who mairied
Barry P. Marder last month and went with him
to Las Vegas. (Barry's in the Air Force, but they
have an apartment off the base i And Dindy*!
been reporting on her cooking adventures and
the fun she has had learning to iron, etc.
Before they left for Nevada. Dr. and Mr.
Glueckauf had a reception for the newly-weds in
their home. Among the well-wishers were Mr
and Mrs Eddie Thai. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Rap-
port and Randy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fineberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Covven. Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Kushman. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gidney, Mrs.
Albert Barmack, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brawer.
Mr, and Mrs. Mitchell Potter. Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Luck. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown! Mr.
and Mrs, Henry Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Sand-
ford Kramer. Everybody had a grand time except '
Mister, the dog. He had boon put in the radio
shack (Josie's a ham operator! for the duration,
and he wanted to get out and join the guests .
but he was told that was a "no-no."
ANOTHER ANNUAL DINNER
Despite its long name, the dinner for "The
Society of University Founders of the University
of Miami" In the Grand Ballrooom of the Fon-
tainehleau Hotel was an elegant and entertain-
ing evening. The Founders were introduced by
U-M President Henry King Stanford, who also
made the main address. Among the guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Daner. Mr. and Mrs. Neil
Schiff. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyers, Mr. and Mrs
Aaron Farr. Mrs. ROM Lev Mr. and Mrs. Robert
7. Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Mr. and Mis Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
P, Ansin. Judge and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman
ami Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer.
WHAT A BALL
Leo Ackerman's birthday was a t"g one and
he didn't care who knew it. so Babette threw
a cocktall-buffet-birthday party for him thai
was absolutely the "most" a regular "Old Horn.'
Week" gathering of all the relatives "n every-
body. Daughter Gail, her husband Max Spiegel-
man, the Geral I Si hwart2 family and all of the
Preds were there including Gordon Pred, who
flew in from Cleveland. (He knew he wouldn't
hue any trouble getting a flight back he cine
in his own plane.. Everyone milled around hav-
ing a grand time, eating, drinking and talking.
A lot of pants suits were In evidence, including
the stunning outfit worn by the hostess, Mrs.
Maurice Lefcoe's black lace pants suit and the
brocade laced in gold chains worn by Shirley
Lelfert. An old buddy of Leo's. Louis M. Gold-
smith, and his wife flew in from New York es-
pecially for the occasion. Also having a good
time were Mr. and Mrs I. M. Weinstein. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Heiman, Mrs. Leopold Schwartz. Mr.
and Mrs. William Mechanic, Mr. and Mrs Mau-
rice Furman, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mr. and
Ms. Philip Warshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Sandier. Mr. and Mrs. Newton I.evinson. Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Hirsch, Mr and Mrs Nat Wil-
liams. Mr and Mrs. lly Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Lefcourt.
ALL FROM SEACOAST WEST
When I.ill Blasberg entertained some of her
friends and Seacoast Towers neighbors recently
at Raimondo's they didn't reach the last of the
ieven-C turse meal until after 11 p.m.! Pitchers of
wine and fruit .iuice took the place of water
carafes on the long table: the centerpieces were
made of fresh fruit, including enormous straw-
berries. These high-rise apartment dwellers are
ton clannish, hut Lill Invited Arlene and Lame
Blasberg even if they don't live there Also on
her truest list were Mr. and Mrs Harry Strein.
her long-lost cousins whom she discovered in her
building after she move) In, Mr and M;-s. Ber-
nard Rubinger, Mr. and Mrs Mel Worth s
UUiai Manei Mr rid Mrs. Arthur Str.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pi
RAISBINICAL ASSOCIATION IS
AGAINST CASINOS IN FLORIDA
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. oi Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, Fresident of the Rabbinical Association of Great-
er Miami, has announced that the Rabbinical Association
has issued a statement opposing casino gambling. The
:.: was issued at this 1 me in view of the forth-
ccr- ng referendum April 23rd concerning casino gam-
Beech.
Tho atatemenl reads: The Association
c: Greater Miami, at its mec'.ina. A-:::l 1st, took an official
stand ag-inst legalization oi CASINO gambling in South
Florida. A committee under '.he chairmanship of Rabbi
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am. a past
president of the Association, was formed to further the
position cl the Association. The Association fsels that the
legalization of such gambling will bring unwholesome
elements into South Florida which already has its share of
the criminal element. Such gambling, it is felt, distracts
psople from more edifying pursuits and often leads to
despair. Rcbbis throughout the area have been encourag-
to speak out against the attempt to authorize such
gambling.
Bureau Statistics Reveal
Increase In Registration
While many large Jewish com-
munities throughout the country
are reporting declines in registra-
tion at their Jewish schools, an
increase of 300 students has been
noted in the Greater Miami area.
Statistics just released by the
Bureau of Jewish F.ducation indi-
cat( :
68-69 TO-TO
Unduplicated
Registration ----- 10.K71 11.171
Total Registration 11.862 11.939
The breakdown of registration
figures for pre-school. afternoon
schools and weekend schools is as
' follows:
Pn -Schools ....... 1.210 1.231
Afternoon Hebn w 5.364 5.483
Weekend Schools 5.288 5.225
The statisties show a definite
decline in the registration of girls
in these departments, with the
increasi only in the number of
boys registered in all departments.
\ gn at-i ffort to register girls
in all Jewish schools will bi Uw
. ,il in September, it was an-
i ouno
The Bureau reporl this year re-
flects new statistics on registra-
tion in sec ndary education on
the iunior and senior high sehool
levels. The figures this year show
a registration of 529 students in
the secondary Hebrew depart-
ments, with a registration of 1.349
ir, the secondary weekend depart-
ments. The figures in the secon-
dary departm registration of girls with 256 in
afternoon Hbrew departments
and 681 in the weekend depart-
ments.
Hatikvah Chapter Installs
Hatlkvah Chapter 1143, B'nai
P'rith Women, was to hold its
--th annual installation in the
Algiers Hotel Thursday at noon.
me program was to include a
gourmet luncheon and entertain-
ment by the "Swinging Cantor.-'
Dave Curtis, of Philadelphia. Pa.
Donor Reward Luncheon
The Robyn Tubin Chapter, City
ol Hope, was to hold its donor
r> ward luncheon in the Cotillion
Room of the Eden Roc Hotel at
neon Thursday. Life membership
and Spirit of Light charms
mi to be presented, with Lester
Arrow serving as master of cere-
monies anil entertainment by so-
no Svlvia "Sunny" Ross.
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FridaY. hi
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
'Reform Rabbis Not Against Day Schools'
EDITOR, The l.wi-h I-'loriilian:
I do not know what prompted
Mr. Khrli.h's outburst against
\ bat he calli "the campaign
. gainst day schools bj
s ni.' of our columnists and Re-
i rm Rabbis in t ii Jewish press.'
l-i the Greater Miami area alone,
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard has
ted a day school connected
with iii-- eon) Temple
Beth / ntor J >"
cantor of Mi Israel
l 5 .. ..,., vctj favor
the
s. Fl i Ida Council "i Reform
c tions rm rab-
l : i send t
i : Hcl A Na-
tional C ssion on J lu-
i.itioi L'ni Vn
i I
i Convi-nl
- in solu-
r
, in
un insti-
i It
is not 1
, st religious
unong Ri foi m rabl
have i i q ics
i list ,i ng ideology and
timing. I personally have ques-
i ..... .,., s n. time
i > or* n up a laj h( i i in the
: an i at |
i uhen i! -' ms Ih
1 --. who an running awaj from
thi b cause "i the
< ration f possibli b issing. Hut
t -.n- imp rtai commitmi "t
t. th( total Jewish community is
- ch that I wo iW ik to set not
.- ii..: : r "si ctai ian" day school,
i t rathi r one that is sponsi
by and represents the >lifffrinc
points nf view within the Jewish
community. I ha\ sent a proposal
tu Federation, in fact, in which 1
i. commended that:
la truly rapseaenlaMw crimp of
r. l.l.i I.ivmriil .cud din .ilon.
mt*-t in ord>r to drw-uss the
< iirriiiiliiiii and dirtn-tion of a
community day school in the
North li:i ?That kimultanromly a eroup of
laymen and rahl.K. again n-p-
rr**-ntlnK the .mnmiinits, meet
with Federation to explore hou
ROKEACH
100 years
of the finest
in Kosher
products.
a .l.uish da) school would fit
into the total picture of North
llade Jewish life and l>cst make
use of existing land and facili-
ties, in. luil'im the pro|H-rt\
thai is in pfHMS "I BClSt] a<-
quired l\\ the "Y" In th.- North
Dailf area.
;<| hat a s.ilicienl time all-it-
menl. n.nnel> a year Of so. lie
s. t aside tor Intensive work so
the proje< I i an I"- |ini|i-rl.\ c.ir-
ncd throu. .
ition
ial J< \\ isli
But I wo -
fforl i-x| nd d bj i
... munit). n gat dl< ss
. My experii
l, en that the n Ii
,., H (ton ilk di i* sharpi m bj those within the liberal camp,
but rather by those within the
orthodox mow rm nt who are un-
willing i" cooperate in any day
school ventun that dot not :: '
thi sti k ti -' "i orthodox ren
ir. nis. Ii wi could somehow over-
tome that "divisiveness" and be
hi, to accept ach oth i in the
,i. ish i ommunity "t>
1 think some verj exciting things
. nuld happen.
As i final word, I n ally don't
know w ia( Invoi il new mu-
sical w has to
.i. wish rtaj sch wls, In
; | h's entin atl u k
.; m J Is that
,. i M n nl '! hi- imaginat
th that i icistl in
Reform Jewish lite txlay. Then ki
,, question but what there arc,
,iiws who display Christmas trsns
an.) disregard Kashruth, and who
si k io assimilate and to lose
their Jewish Identity, But such
people an t.> bs foam] also among '
,ii -, who would claim to Ix- "or-
thodox" or "const ryattw.'
v ni us. \< iii ther our com-
mitment follows along orthodox,
conservative or liberal lines, is
guiltless in producing such persons.
Moreover, I don't think that any-
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abi gezunt with the
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RI Mh rOEM
Qwrtu^
PITTED
PRUNES
8 the pitted prune
Vv'hat's Passover without prunes' And what's
more delicious than Sunsweet Pitted Prunes?
Taste that real fresh-fruit flavor. Tender and
moist and ready to eatan instant mechaych
right out of the package. Passover? Just don't
pass over Sunsweetin the dried fruit section
of your market.
IE.
nan
The
at the SedeR
ROKEACH.
^^fiLTE'FISjl
Wien iiarted ICO rears agt,.
e Mr'i kne* wed become a
trad'tion. Bul'we h. v And now
we'l ter let ~'jr hts* qusl:tv
charge Roneacn Foi a complete
line of tr8f)'fiOM'lv '"< pr~1nrt^
Kcsher for Passover. Ci endorsed.
This Passover !>crve
ROKEACH
..and be sure!
Yubair
the Simcba
Yuban Coffee is o rich In flavor, if 8 like hav-
ing two desserts when you serve it at the Seder
with your traditional fruit and cake. Costs a
little more. So good it has to-a gracious ex-
pression of your regard for family and guests.
nosh ntM @
KOSHER-PARVE FOR PASSOVER
Certified by Rabbi Bernard Levy
V ,r.ll
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- April 17. 1970
+Mnist Fhrldter
Page 3 Simkowitz, Saks In Washington For Pharmacists* Meet
iti_-s. and Mr. Slmkowlta met with jPharmaoeutlcal Association, oldest
.. ,. ... .. .. professional society in tin- nation,
Hi.- < ommittee on National Af- '
was attended i>\ representative*
fairs, <>( uhirh In- is n iiicniinT. .
Horn many other nations as well
The meeting ol the American M an pans Qf the United States.
Certificate of Kashiuth is beinq presented by Rab'o:
'saac Siegal of Jersey City to Bernard Manischewitz.
president of the B. Manischewitz Co. From left are
Rabbi Emanuel Getlinger, Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky,
Rabbi Siegal. William B. Manischewitz, Bernard
Manischewitz. D. Beryl Manischewitz and Rabbi
David L. Silver.
nming Lessons Again Available At Venetian Pool
, ,.. swimming Instruction Classes for children aged t< and
i! this year ii up will be held in the mornings.
ol, ii lias been an- \,ivilt classes will meet in the cve-
R Wrattan for these n, lustration n,ax ,. madc
L js i ntl> under waj at
. j lUth Center. > calling
Representing Florida's pharma-
cists ;ii the 117th annual meeting
i.t the American Pharmaceutical
Association In Washington, D.C,
this week were Sidney Simkowitz
pn sklent-elect ol Florida's Phar-
maceutical Association, and Ben
Saks, who serves as executive
chairman and secretary-manage!
ol the Southi asl Florida Pharma-
ceutical Association, both of whom
mi mb" is oi the national asso-
ciation's House ol Delegates and
.ilsci set\i on the ex< cuthe com-
lil '' s ol both the state and
South asl Florida groups.
Priot to the starl ol the regular
sessions, Mr. Saks attended two
days ol Metropolitan Pharmaceu-
tical Secretaries Association meet-
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
MAY ENJOY A HAPPY PASSOVER
ISTHE SINCERE WISH OF THE
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
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Phone 688-8615
isi A> c.

TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
v
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Tempting
variety
for your
R
assover
From firs' to final Seder,
these taste delights from Mott's
and Sunsvveet are right in every way
for your Passover mealsincluding the benefits
of prunes to keep your family "regular" in the gentle.
natural Sunsweet way. Look for them in
the Passover department at your store
and bring home a tempting
variety for the holidays.
DOS*? TOW
t_____ .,......; a BSfl
MOTT'S -
& SUNSWEET
Traditional For Passover.


Page 4-C
9-Jewist ftcridfisr
Fr>day, A^ii
2 Passover Seders
At Dupont Plaza
Again This Year
For the convent
f> wi il ns visitors .
Miami area durin
i.oiiil t;. s. the Duponl Hotel
for i 1 year is ''<-
ditkmfjl K"slu; familj Safcri on
i Mi ndaj and rues [hts,
.in 20 and 21, J. J "Skip" SI
aid. its p neral mana
Thi traditional 8
[i asts, with all the i -
ts and unlhi I ra-
i ental wine, will be I itart-

available I s wi U as
(ami! s, he i
Services will be c I bj
Rabbi Max Shapii issii I bj
I !. kson and the full
Ti :iv li Beth Kodi ah C til R
Shapiro, who has r> in s as
- iril al l< V of Beth Kodes
Synagogue for nine > a previ-
, uslj rabbi of Beth D
Congregation, ;i position he h>ld
: ; 22 years after coming to this
i in 1932. The founder and
I residi nl ol the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association and the
Zionist Council. Rabbi Shapiro is
;, member of the University of
Miami faculty, and is on th.' 3rd
Army's Advisory Board. He is also
. permanent member of a pa
c n the Alan Courtney radio show.
Cantor Pickson. who has been
v ith Temple Beth Kod.sh tor
three years, has sained a reputa-
tion here with his fine tenor voice.
The cantor, who has sung with
many well-known choirs, will be
assisted by the choir of Temple
Beth Kodesh, under the direction
of Paul Kanilot.
The Morton Towers Group cf Hadassah sponsored a Youth
Alivah Luncheon in the Algiers Hotel honoring Ima's and
Abba's (mothers and fathers1 for the benefit of children in
Israel. Seated (from left) are Rebecca Harris. Dora Slewett.
Evelyn Cohen. Ann Zuckerman. Sarah Kolman and Leah
Red Cross Youth Leaders On Panel
Red C involme-
mity |
lems i refl cte I in i bran I i
panel ol youth lea lers to
hilts of the n I
,. | i- >mic il i -
ffects of li -
young pe
Since the idea w > born in the
jhip Training Cenb r itl n I-
than fifty R< I
j i ttti le idera from S luth Fl
M irch of this v.. > the panel
has ippeared before many adult
- including the locul district
>f the Florida Nursee Aaoc ition.
The hour-long presentation In-
eluded slides and ta|>e* developed
Eilat Chapter Musicale
Soloist Ida Kovalsky and ducts
and solos by Rae and Max Crato
v. ith Regina Turner as accompa-
nist will be featured in the Friday
vetting musicale being sponsored
for the benefit of Child Rescue by
I.ilat Chapter of Pioneer Women.
The musicale will begin at 8 p.m.
in the Flamingo Plaza Hotel. 1055
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
cMieatless
yet so
Spaghetti
Sauce

5"
mushrooms
^
THE
"FLAVOR
MAKERS
for spaghetti, noodles,
baked chicken, pot rcast,
fish, omelets...
There's a tempting recipe on
every can of Chef Boy-Ar-Dee's
matchless meatless sauces.
Three kinds: Mushroom, Mari-
nara and Meatlessall three rich
In real Italian ta'am. Keep all
three on hand for family pleasing
variety.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
MAKES THE FLAVORl
Lieberman. Standing are Ethel Rudenberg, Rachel B'o^
president, Mollie Nusinow, Charles Nuainow, Ce'.ia Rose-
biatt and Florence Minov, chairmen, Sophie Haspe! Ce
Broif and Cyrel Dan. ticket chairmen, Clara Goldberg End
Augusta Mentz. past presidents.
: ; >;>!.-. ( ill .we I b) .1 i' .:/\ He:
iues< ion w r pet I id The Miai
. ibk t., interested
roups limply > calling the Bade Othei lCrossi
County R.d Cross youth office. ""'' "' Da
mlnoritj
Red Cross youth leaden partici- Calhoun, M i
pating tre headed by Manuel Faen-1 Jum Bakei Mutual
.- student of Bktbop Curleyldrix, Dorse) H
High School. Panel moderator is Formoso, Bisl rley WA
Cf 6 5 A -, D
CtOgJllfi BOiMITT
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MAKES PASSOVER
A REAL YOM TOY !
LOOK FOII THESE ITEMS!
Pickles Sauerkraut
Tomatoes Health Salad
Horse Radish Deluxe Mix
Russell Pepper Delight
Borscht Horseradish & Beets
Low Calorie Sauerkraut
SEASHORE
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Kosher for
Passover
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April 17. 1970
*Jen isti nrrSdlian
Page 5-C
Passover Dishes Easier
Than You Would Think!

S4Mt>'*,lr,f
u housewives would like to over the onions. Cook over roe-
such llavorful dishes as | drain heat until g< Iden brown, stir-
r
i pan
ImnH *
knaidlach and matzo 1 ring frequently and browning on
but unfortun- all sid> s.
Here's an idea for a Passover
dish that is as tasty and nutritious
si veral tricd-and-trur as it is novel. Perfect as a main
for delicious traditional dish at luncheon or as a definitely
,; ,,: treats, which have been different appetizer at dinner. Ge- !
h the firm of I. Rokeaeh filte Fish Puff tor gefUte fish
,i for Passover
s>]y they have no recipes
Inc., NY.
TSIMMB8
make tsimmes to serve 4-6.
following Ingredients:
m-size white potatoes
sweel potatoes
carrots
ich Nyafat
d onion
5JKH11 -.>i!
. pare potatoes: cook
iri '- until lender. Mean-
i ,.,' Syafal In a skillet, add
i :. cook until light brown and
,, Mash thi vegetables to-
other with the browned onions
r,i Nyafat, adding the salt. Turn
fctu a baking dish and slip under
: likr until the top is golden
KNAIOLACH
To maki toout a dozen large,
iffy knaidlach
tablespoons Rokcach Nyafat
cup matzo meal
teaspoon salt
teaspoon pepper
egg
M>lt Nyafat in saucepan con-
fining \ cup boiling water. Add
pi the dry ingredients and stir
i pdium heal until the dough
brms a ball and leaves the sides
Rt move the mixture
ton: heat; add the egg, beating
I I 'th. thick dough is
brmi : Cover the pan and chill
\ i Shapt the dough into
lls, drop into 2 Quarts
or soup. Cook '20
p airilai li will double
M \l/o BRBI
Ihn i servings:
matzos : roki n in small pieces
: onions
R h Nyafat
- as] i n .it
omelet i is sure to makt a hit with
the whole family.
GEFILTE FISH ITFF
To make four servings:
4 egg white
4 egg yolks
'a teaspoon salt
y< toasiKion pepper
% cup Rota ach gefilte fish liquid
.! extra large or i regular aize
servings Rokeacii gefilte fish
t mashed i
>4 eup mat/o meal
1 teaspoon finely chopped parsley
2 tablespoons Kokeaeh Nyafat
Using a rotary blender, beat the
i ,Tg whites until stiff but not dry;
set aside. Ik at egg yolks and sea-
sonings, including liquid from the
gefilte fish. Fold in mashed gefilte
tish. matzo meal and chopped pars-
ley. Fold egg yolk mixture gently
into egg white mixture; heat the
Nyafat in a 9-inch skillet over
medium heat two minutes before
i.dding egg mixture. Cook about
live minutes until bottom of puff
is golden brown; place puff under
broiler on low heat about five
! minutes to brown and cook the
top; turn out on a heated platter,
cut into four wedge shape pieces
and serve.
.1- -I | ft*
ft k 4 t "* f 4 ,.t ;V[ 1 1 1 | X
*
Leadership class from Morton Towers Group
of Haciassah includes from left, (seated)
Mrs. Morris Parets, Mrs. Henry B. Wernick.
Leadership Training chairman of Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Freida
Election Issues Explained At Democratic Club
Tobey. Mrs. Ann Zuckerman, (standing) Mrs.
Rachel Brody, Mrs. Albert Hurschman, Mrs.
Toby Schachter, Mrs. Claudia Schwartz
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, Mrs. Joseph Egna and
Mrs. Monis I. Minov.
The Democratic Club of Miami
Beach held a meeting in the Va-
riety Hotel this week to explain
Miami Reach's charter and bond
lection issues to the voters.
The city's publicity director, Hal
Cohen, was among the speakers
Who detailed the 22 separate items
that will bo voted on in the elec-
tion, which will be held April 23.
A program of entertainment fol-
lowed the Democratic Club pro-
gram which was presented as a
public service. Wally Gluck is the
club's president.
Messick Regency Speaker
Columnist-author Hank Messick
will be the guest speaker at the
meeting of the Regency Club of
Miami Roach in the Washington
Federal Bank Bldg.. 1133 Nor-
'[ mandy Dr.. at 8 p.m. Friday,
, April 24. His discussion of "The
, Role of Women in Crime" will be
I
j followed by a social hour, dancing
(and refreshments. All singles be-
| tween 30 and 55 are welcomed.
Richard Gerstein Speaker
State Attorney Richard Ger- |
stein was to l>o the guest speaker
al Thursday evening's meeting of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Raphai I, 1545 Jefferson Ave. Mrs.
Hyman Berger was to preside. The
temple's Men's Club was to hold
,t> regular monthly meeting in th.
temple al 8 p.m. also.
Beth Tov Sponsors Seder
The Second Seder sponsored an-
nually by Temple Beth Tov will
be held in the temple, located at
1 of boiling watei ,;.,:w sw sth st_ Tll, Sl1iv evening,
April 21. Reservations may tie
matzos drain well. Saute
| ns in Nyafal until golden but
'' Beat eggs, add salt, made through Tom Grubergor tin
mix w n and pour ti mple office.
THIS IS
THE COFFEE
FOR YOUR
PASSOVER
ENJOYMENT
Ess und gedenk!
Look for the Swiss Knight, and you'll find Amer-
ica's favorite imported Gruyere. In convenient foil-
wrapped slices and wedges. For sandwiches,
snacks, or dessert. Imported from Switzerland by
Gerber Cheese Co.. Inc., Stamford, Connecticut.
"TOW
DOS1?
CERTIFIED
KOSHER
FOR
PASSOVER
by Rabbi
. Bernard Levy
: raf**:
..'
// doesn't care if ft comes
in ajar or looks different,
like nuggets.
It doesn't care who
makes it; nobody can W&M
make it bad, only good.
BECAUSE MAXIM9
isthefreeze-dried'
coffee that tastes the way
coffee a/ways should taste.
BECAUSE MAXIM9
begins with superior quality coffee ,
beans and then processes them in
a costlier way in order to give you
THE COFFEE WITH FULL RICH TA'AM
Maxim i$ a
registered
tradi mark ct
, Cenerai foods Coip.

.' *OOM


Page B-C
Mmfafi Fhrktian
Friday. April
Members of Pine Tree Chapter of Women's
American ORT. will hold an "International
Buffet" Satuiday. The bill of fare is being
planned around foods from foreign countries
by from left1 Mrs. Martin Gelb, cochairman.
in whose home the buffet will be held, Mrs.
Howard Silverstein. Mrs. Murray Goodman,
Miss Donna Kern, chairman, and Miss Gail
Masnicoff.
THE OFFICERS,
DIRECTORS AND STAFF OF
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
extend
best wishes
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Jewish Conned? Ooens
The Flytng v '" >
i n dy with a J< wish ound.
. ns Friday a1 the Normandy
n | p u !> Th< ntr. s, Airport"
h ids i it the Cai ib, "Ma-
i Mian Mil
TEA LOVERS
are switching to
SWEETOUCH-NEE
jMjr Be cause Swee-Touch-Nee
' i. m quality, it i- more
tig.
Make Swee-Touch-Nee
\our -up of lea it is 10
I delightful, mi
. better. ) i". il :
I !'. ;. il ..: .ill
J SlOTCS.
| street. Palm Springs and Byron. Tr, Reiveni and Hell-


*miio<:x
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SWEETOUCH-NEE
"TM ARISTOCRAT Of TEAS!"
Super-Soup?
Mild mannered Mrs. Adler .
yet she can do more with one
touch than the "giants" with
a" their armies of commercial
chefs. If that isn't super soup,
what is? Onion, Mushroom,
Tomato, Vegetable, Cabbage.
Potato, and New England Fish
Chowder. All super. All Kosher
for Passover.
( -=tf "C3
AoerFoodt 02 *e St, Irookl/n, N.f.
Surf; /." al Dad land Twii 1 ind
Ann* I ;s-""1 Days" in
"ii Twin II and CarlyU ; "Withoul
:i Stitch" a- the Mayfair Sunset
Rosa tin: MAS !I al the
iiptiters are pain the Coral
Way and North Dade Drivc-ina:
"Camille 2000*' and "Thi Big
Bounce" open Fridaj '' 27th \\. -
nui I >i i\ .'-in.
FIAGLER FEDERAL SAMNgJ
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Ml Ay,0
Downtown: 101 N.E. 1st Avenue
Branches: Biscayne Shopping Plaa
16501 N.E. 15th Ave N Miami Beach
Paul H Marks
i of the Board
Nathan '.'
Pre
Herschel Rosenth.il
Executive Vice Prcs de--t
empty p
Take a few days to test it.
J


April 17. 1970
+Jeni*t thridHrtr
Page 7-C
* W/hat s v_-ooA?/t
d
tt\ III Til SIKKIs
ur unique holiday Passover, presents us with an abundance
^comparable recipes. Not only are they full of the special
h flavor they are all made without any flour. Our great-
ti milii came up with absolutely Kosher L'Pesach cakes,
sandwiches and even noodles.
I still remember my suprtoe at seeing "noodles" in mj
l ip ai i Passover meal when I was a child. Mj mothei
I th ii ihey were 0 K., however, ami were actually mad'
She also taught mc tho secret of preparing l\i>s>\.i
i, ime dough and to toll you the truth, those
. i 1)1 int/es tasted better than the n gular all-year-round
\o(il.i> AM) BLINTZES FOB PASSOVER
peppei l noodles) 1-1 3 cup water
.- ml '* eggs
lhe skillet 6 tablespoons potato st irch
1' teaspoons > dt
Ijiix i ; itato starch, water, salt and oil thoroughly In a
| a: (The mixture should resemble thick cream.'
- Mot, sprinkle with a few drops of oil and spread
p v..!. covering entire surface, Continue heating
v iii i dropped into it will dance. Measure cup
L nil pour Into the skillet; tilt so thai the batter
| When th<' "pancake" looks drj on top. turn ind
- Ie li heal is reguluti I propertj each pan-
will l> pale gold. Invert skillet ovei i plate, allow to <
ind cutting cross-wise in Inch widths
rill with your favorite Pas*o ei filling while
p Makes 12 blintz s. or 6 s
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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14 NORTH MIAMI AVE. PHONE FR 7-3214
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
m CORPORATION OF AMERICA
and
1. and MRS. JOSEPH FROMKIN
4600 N.E. 2nd Ave. 751-25^4
itraducing Mother's
MOklW>ii ItcFish.
for -awover tfy Mother's new Old World Cefilte Fish
Sweet Rich lust the right amount ot spices. Only the
freshest fish Slow simmered to bring out the sweet,
IWHI taste. Just like mother used to make, if your mother
. made great old world getilte fish.
Mother's new Old World Cefilte Fish. In sparkling twelve
or twenty-iour ounce jars. Get a |ar today for the
sweet taste of yesterday.
And remember Mother's regular
aelfilte fish. Margarine. Borscht.
Schav. And MaUo Balls
For salt fice diets:
Mother's new
Uma/tedGe/i/te
fish, Unsalted
Borscht, and
Unsalted Soft or
Stick Margarine
All Pvev'e and
3>v'-
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Kojher lor Passover
..-*

For the sweet
taste of yesterday.
Happenings
Samuel Racoff, who has bei n
serving as assistant director of
Mount Sinai Hospital, has r.
signed to < rib r the hospital con-
sulting Meld as gen< ral director
of the Medical IGqutpmenl Plan-
ning Associates, lm- of Miami
Bnaohaffacltve April 30.
Dr. Narot Lecturer For Jewish Chautaqua Society
understanding ol Jews and J
l-ni through edui ation.
The election of Dr. Isldoro
l.i'niiaii. president ot Accounting
Associates of Miami, to iin- board
ot directors of Capital National
i..mi. ot Miami, has been an-
nounced by the hank's president,
Paul de la Bretoane. I >i. Lerman,
who li\is with his wife and two
children in Miami Beach, is vice
president of the Cuban Hebrew
Congregation and a member of
Temple Menorah.
Roth Address Included
In Congressional Record
Upon the recommendation of
Rep. Claude Pepper (D-Fla.l the
address entitled "United States
Changing Mideast Policy." deliv-1
ii d before the Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Luncheon Club recently by
iHoii.c, Burnett Roth, has been i
:.!\in some six pages in tin Con-
gressional Record.
The Anti-Defamation League ol
l.'i.ai B'rith is making copies of
this resource material available
for national distribution
Dr. Joseph R. Narot of Temple
Israel ol Greater Miami was to
represent the Jewish Chaufauqua
Societj as Iccturei Thursday at
Furman University, Greenville,
S.C., speaking on "The Four Pil-
lars oi Judaism."
The Jewish Chautaqua Society,
sponsored by the National Federa-
tii*ii of TVmpIo Brotherhoods, is
i organization to foster bettei
C-P Spring Luncheon Set
i United Cen bral Palsy's fourth
annual Spring Luncheon will be
held Saturday noon in the Caril-
lon Hotel, climaxing the fund*
' raising efforts of all four units -
i <
Miami. Miami Beach, North DadC
. nt'<\ the Parents Group.
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very AMERICAN
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Where Candy Is An Art
Catering Hallmark Cards
Open 7 Days and 7 Evenings
7433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 864-1457
GERALD J. TOBIN
and FAMILY
Extend To All
A Happy Passover
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
127 N.W. 5th St.
Phone 373-0563
Holiday Greetings From .
FLORIO-ROSATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Road, Miami Beach
532-6351
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
LIMEHOUSE RESTAURANT
Cantonese Dishes Pit Barbecue Steaks Chops Seafood
ORDERS TO TAKE HOME
215 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach 947-2112
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DEPENDABLE PRINTING OFFSET CORP.
1875 W 8th Ave., Hialeah Phone 885-4521
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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317 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 538-9803
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LORRAYNE'S COIFFURES
6791 Miller Road
Phone 661-1121
OCCIDENTAL ELECTRIC CORP.
Sales and Service Carrier Air Conditioners
1453 S.W. 8th Street. Miami
Phone: 373-1466
R. Crux Pina, Pre.
A Happy Holiday Season to the Jewish Community
GLASS DRY CLEANERS
1800 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami .....Telephone 371-1188
"day, Aptil
The Task Confronting American Zi
bj rossr TKROAH
Israeli Ambassador to the
I iiiI.hI Nations
national
the aft
'onisn
unity. They beer ine alt :
burdens Of the strugKle with their in th, ln
ranks closed and Dim It is ^ood to pampl
know that the ZSOitist movement and S '^'uraj
I an a Zionist I have always nf Amorlra reaHzei the gravity of to Wentii
been one. I am proud of it and [ tht, h0iir and has established the Isn "*
American Zionist Federation as i,-.i.. "^ n-en
the framework for its unity. this vi .'.
Structure] unity, however, will *uffici i
be of importance only it H leads Burdit linn.pn,
to strengthened united action, cannot U ...
'li.is i~ the hour for action; con
si all always remain a member of
i he Ziorilst family.
This family has never been In
greater need of unity than today.
Zion and the entire Jewish people
an facing a crucial test ol strength
will-power. It will determine crete. Imaginative action.
Israel's future. It will decide the
Jewish people's destiny. Alter Is-
rael's Indepenck nee there might
might have ixn^n some who thought
that the Zionist movement had
First of ill there Is the problem
ol Zi mism's Image. In his quest
to annihilate the Jewish people,
Hitler began by distorting the im-
.-._. >t the Jew. by rewriting Jew-
- : .
cause 11
s. It musi
with
J
Arab-S .. s
'ts,.h ,.l ., .
been accomplished. No one will
dare say that after 22 yean of
i cessant Arab warfare against Is-
rael. No one will suggest that.
when it is clear that Israel's
Struggle for survival is not over;
including thi
tlcu,ai f the youth.
11 to rtf
props
reached its apogee and its task 1>a history, bj fabricating some
of the most odious historic and
racial theories. The Aral) Govern- "**'.....Zi ....
ments. in their campaign to com- 'hat might swa
plete Hitler's crimes against the Soviet claims
J.wish |KH>ple and destroy the '''ll1' nces It is \tta! to saa
Jewish state have adopted the them in terms of the gm
when it is obvious that, at host. samt. method of falsifying Jewish national Btruggle for sMf-d
we are now engaged in a strife history and in particular of bes- nation and iv.iman righutj
which will shape Israels terri- torching the Zionist movement ** them. It is iiw^j
toiial boundaries, Israels demo- anti its ideals.
giaphy. Israel's viability. ... ,
In this campaign of slander and
In such times, we must face the distortion, the Arabs have found fx
challenges and the dangers as one. an ally in the Soviet Union for y *Mn "aj
The people of Israel have under- whom Jewish history and Zion- iClonlsm ,n true histc
stood it. The people of Israel stand ism have long been an object of spective ani magnitude
united behind a Government of \ilification. In pronouncement not know what Zwr.isrr i
impress upon tht-m t^t
is the Jewish propi^
liberation movement Tin
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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1324 North East 163rd Street 945-0361
MANOR KOSHER MEAT CENTER
18111 North East 19th Avenue 945-5961
MANOR KOSHER MEAT MARKET
953 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 538-0221
Passover Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
31ft. & MRS.
AiMKRT ROSlMil 1U.
& FAMILY
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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2583 WEST 6th LANE HIALEAH
Ph. 887-7995
MR. and MRS. KRAUS and FAMILY
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL .
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
LES ART
Art Gallery and Gift.Shop
176 GIRALDA AVE., CORAL GABIES
Telephone: 445-6526
HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAY TO ALL
FABIMQIE GALLERIES
801 S. Bay shore Drive
SHERATON FOUR AMBASSADORS, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131
ASTPS RESTAURANT
FAMOUS ITALIAN CUISINE
468 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida
For Reservations 534-2470
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
Catering for all Occasions Meet and Fish
Osborn's Skylake Deli and Gourmet Shop
Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Men. Set.
S a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun.
1730 HE. 185 th Street Phone 947-6295
Holiday Greetings
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3490 Main Highway
Coconut Grove-44541111
11:30 I m to 5 p.m.
Monday thru Saturd*
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No Bay Village
Miami Beach
Phone 759-6265
HOLIDAY GREETING
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BAHAMA
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Phone 891-6700
Haoov Passcvef
Greetings To Al'
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April 17, 1970
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Page 9-C
, Zionists must toll their
,i friends what Zionism
iej must tell them
wh : the Jews exiled from
la:il in the seventh century
r 551 by tl"' rivers of Baby-
riui but also sought ways
that was already
I
- volunt.....I'd. from
. from all over the
_' blish Jewish armi<
. on the side of the
,M War II to fight
Her. while Aral, leaders sup-
that was Zionism.
. went to Nazi gas
[ ,;, the name of Jer-
Eem n their lips that was
Msm. When in the forest of
Cgjj i the I'kraine Jewish
{tjjans iattled the Germans
f the land where palms
I that was Zionism,
hen Jews fought British colonia-
ni while the Arabs of Palestine
the ni iu'hlnirint; Arab states
e being helped by it that was
item.
e world must be told that
unisni i- >ne of the world's old-
antl-imperisJist movements;
it it ilms at securing for the
rilh people the rights possess.-d
by other nations; that it harbors
malice t.> none; that it seeks co-
operation and understanding with
the Arab peoples and tlnir nation-
al movements. The world must
understand that Zionism is as
acred to the Jewish people as the
national liberation movements are
to the nations of Afiica and Asia;
thai even if the Arab stati s are
locked today In conflice with the
Jewish national liberation move-
ment, they must no! stoop In
their attitude toward it. to the
fanaticism and barbarism of the
Nazis; that if there is to be hope
lot | aee In the Middle East there
must be between Israel and the
Arab states mutual respect for
i acn other's sacred national
\alues, not distortion and abuse.
Zionism, the world must be re-
minded, was not born in the Jew-
ish ghettos of Europe, but on the
battlefield against imperialism in
in ancient Israel. It is not outmod-
ed nationalistic revival but an
unparalleled epic of centuries of
rcsistaince to force and bondage.
This is the language the world
of today understands. This is the
language the Jewish youth of to-
ciay wants to hear.
This Jewish youth, attracted by
the ideals of social progress, al-
Holiday Greetings
DONOVAN
GALLERY
LAURENCE DONOVAN
WORKS
InC'bd ng Inks, Etchings and
Relief Prints
3J30 Main Hwy
Coconut Grove
'- 'phone 444-3230
holiday Greetings
) Th Jewish Community
CHERIE'S
Fashions
12579 Biscayne Blvd.
North Miami
Teephone: 891-2911
A riappy Holiday
*3 All Our Friends
and Patrons
DKV(;ON LADY
BEAUTY SALON
1351 N.E. 163 Street
North4Miami
Phone 949-4513
holiday Greetings From
GEYSHA'S
BEAUTY
SALON
GEYSHA SALLANO
(formerly of Coral Park
Shopping Center)
520 S.W. 109th Avenue
Phone 223-4777
A Happy Passover To All
N. DAVIS &
COMPANY.
JEWELERS
310-312 SEYBOLD BUILDING
36 N. E. 1st STREET
v ays read) to be in the forefront
<>t all struggles for human rights.
lor eq of man. f r improve-
ment of society, can and must be
made to realize that it is possible
to tind these ideals, all these chal-
lenges, all these contests tight in
tin ir own backyard, within the
Jewish family. Jewish youth must
be made to understand that in
our epoch there is no struggle for
human rights which is more dra-
matic, no cause more worthy of
supp it than that of an entire
people striving to preserve its life
tu di fend Its right t>> independi nee
and sovereignty, its prerogative t >
create and develop In freedom.
Those of the youth who are
drawn to the barricades will find
them in Israi 1. Those who want
to rebel against the past and
construct a new society should
be able to perceive that this is
precisely what we are doing in
Israel. On the other hand, those
who seek serenity and spiritual
fulfilment can also be guided to
find them in Israel.
This will noi come to pass, how-
ever, unless we ourselves become
convinced that this is indeed so,
and stxak to the young in their
Continued on P*g 11-C
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
and Patrons
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INC.
5
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Phones
531-5069 949-5288 751-6526
Passover Greetings To All...
Mr. and Mrs. Nunberg and Family
KING DAVID
KOSHER FOODS, INC
1339 WASHINGTOV AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH 534-0197
HIBRfW NATIONAL PRODUCTS
EXCLUSIVELY STRICTLY KOSHER
DELICATESSEN DELICACIES
AND CATERERS CLOSED SATURDAY
TAKE OUT OR EAT IN
All Cooking Done on Premises
WE WILL REOPEN SUNDAY MAY 1 7
Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLfc and Sons
IARRY and JEFFREY and Daughter LISA KAREN
of the
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EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
3e>0 West Flagler St.
Phone FR 3 5514
Km^ontplitfients
of
TROPICAL PARK
INC
SAUL SILB6RMAN
President
and
t CWOm to *4ll
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Louis Woilson, II
A Happy Passover To All
FROM
THE MILLER FAMILY
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
BEACH RADIO & PARK TV
317 23rd St. Miami Beach
532-3198
Greetings to All...
CLARK-SNYDER PHARMACY
Professional Prescription Service Prompt Drug Delivery
ALTON RD. at 41st ST. JE 4-2978
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GOVERNOR CAFETERIA
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248 Andalusia Coral Gables, Fla.
Phone 445-1188 Jess Quesada, Owner
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>Jtitfrkrldliftn
Frida
Add A 'New Wrinkle' To Passover Feasl
Its a Joyoua feasl th Seder
ceremonial dinner with traditional
dishes eagerlj anticipated from
year to year. While many every-
i i> foods s uii as bread aiv tor
bidden, they're hardly missed, thi
Passover specialties are so . ious ami unusual. In addition,
there's tin' enjoyable' challenge ol
: Iding \ rietj t<> Passover menus
bj finding appealing ih ways <>i
-in-; the permitted foods.
The symbolic foods of the Seder
i'ii mom which begins Passover
I j ir on .v>i il 20, include un-
leavened bread flat, perforated
matzchs in commemoration of
I he bread tin children of Israel
I ik' d at the lime of tin" flis-lit
; H", Egyptian bondage. There are
bitter herbs dipped In salt water,
In sj nbolire hardship and tears.
and cen mania! reading of iliis
history at the dinner table. Then
comes tin delectable meal, with
I h same dry matzohs converted
i ito tastj dishes stuffed capon,
lor example, sel oil with the rich
i i\ ii ol pi unes, a i.i\ hi iti recipe
for J- isii ix>ks
ldii is an easj new WS) to add
I scio is flavor and texture to tin
stuffing for roasi capon or chicken
\ liiil, is served at many tradi-
tion i S> ii' rs. Just stn|> tender i>it-
ted irnni s. availabli from Sun-
i :.i Ki ii : for Pass-
It, and eombim with stuff-
made with matzoh, tbe Pass-
. vei stafl ol lii. Tin' dimpled
: i I :- i I sweet-l
or that w I I i and
it the fesl
And ful treat
to I the S I othci
Passover pi ly a pack ol
Prunes Into a
bowl 01 rim I ;ilanched
ds and cover with Passover
< on.' tu grajie wine 01 honey win*
n< ail' The soft, pitted prunes re-
quin no cooking and as the) steep
ii i.i' sweet wine, they absorb
txtra moistness and rich flavor.
t so tin 111 for garniahes with other
nis or as something special to
> iii guests who stop by during
Ihe holidays. Even if you don't ob-
s* rve tin holiday, this is ., great
treat t<> have on hand for those
v Im do.
BOAST CAPON WITH
i-RI NE-MATZOH STCTFINO
1 capon or larire ruaktiiiu chh-knn
(6 to |xiiinil)
Salt ami |" |i|i> r
Fnnu-Mat/.oh Staffing
<*" iii 111,' Ih-Iow)
2 sablesposus oil or
m.'iii'ii ehlrkan fat
\V ish capon anil pat dry. Sprinkle
inside and out With salt and pep-
i"T. stufi lightly with Prune-
Maizofa mixture and skews* or
.- w openings. Bni*h with fat.
Place on rack In roasting pan.
breast side down. Koast in pre-
ivjit. i 350 F. ovi n Hi hours.
batting aooajsaongilf with pan
di Ippings. Turn breast side up, and
roast about an hour longer, until
well browned and tender. Serves
six
To make tin- stuffing:
I eii|i SiliiMicct Pitted Prunes
Mii|i|>e I matzohs. broken in small pieces
, cap rblekea broth
1: <-!> chicken fat or oil
i (lip i Impi'i il onion
1 j i up chopped eelerj
i >.. Ugktl) beaten
I teaspoon salt
, ti-aspoou ginger
inon and sugar, or top with stewed
i itted prunes for flavor and color
contrast.
PRUNE < KI MB CAKE
I jar (MSC] Sunswevt funked
l'itte i package (i'-'iwi i'asso\ir
cattst cake mi\
I eggs
Combine snipped prunes and
riat/oh pieces in a bowl; pour the
I roth over and allow to stand.
Slowly saute onion and celery in
oil or chicken fat until soft. Add
lo pri.iu-niat/oh mixture along
with remaining ingredients, stir
lightly to combine. Makes 6 cups
i stuffing, enough for a capon or
large roasting chicken. (Double
the recipe for a 10-12 lb. turkey i
The Si der cert monial dinner is
the first ol a week of special
mi als for Jew ish families and
that includes breakfast, too. With
many c ovenience products now
packed Kosher for Passover, how-
i vir. it's a brei ze to add new dish-
- to the traditional la i akfast
specialties liki Matzoh Brei and
: at oh parn aki s.
Servi a warm, fragrant prune-
lopped cofl > cake foi a spc cial
Pai : coffet -si ick or break-
fast. Open a box i I ffee-i ake
. flip the lid ol a Sun-
i ixl Pitted Pi urn s and
Use the de-
licio ..' in tin mi is
Ihe liq lid n hi n ai i th.
ttci for moist ss I ex
I Top ihe cake with rows ol
luscious I'", ked pi uru .-. foi di l<
able fruit richness in every bite
Stai t breakfast bj poui ing your
glasses ol Sunsweet Prune Juice.
..-.I perfect foi Passo\ ei Its tart-
bweet flavoi is pleasant, and its
vitamins and minerals will add ex-
tra sunshine to your whole day.
For a quick, flavorful breakfast
dish to serve during Passover, or
any other time, prepare Kosher
for Passover lemon gelatin mix,
using Sunsweet Prune June for
the liquid, Prune juice adds nat-
ural fruit flavor and nourishment
lor a light, pleasant breakfast, it '
can be garnished with cooked pit-
ted prunes or fresh orange sec-
tions, or served will) a splash ol
h am. Good for a simple luncheon
desert, too.
Oh yes. for Matzoh Brei a
cross between scrambled eggs and
French toast br< ak l matzohs in
a large bowl and pour boiling
water over them. Lei stand five I
minutes, drain water off, squeez-
ing matzohs. Jj;it -t eggs with '
cup milk, salt ami pepper to taste.
Hour over the mat/ohs. Stirring to
combine. Fry in hot butter, serve
with Molt* Apple Sauce, cinna-
Drain syrup from prunes and
resi rve Prepare cake bat tei u
directed on package, using eggs,
and substituting syrup for liquid
specified. Four hatter into pan
thai comes in cake mix packagi
Top with drain, d prunes. Sprin-
kle with crumb topping, baki as
directed on tin- package. Makes
S servings.
PRUNE GELATIN CTP
.' cups SunswaeJ I'rune Juice
i package (Sea.) kosher gelatin
dessert mix, lemon llamr
Bring prim, juice to boil, add
l,. latin mix and stir until dis-
solved. Four Into serving dishes,
i lull until set. Garnish with fresh
irange sections or whole cooked
I tted prunes, or serve with heavy
ream. Makes 4 servings.
Evi 11 the festive cake that to|s
oil tlie ceremonial Sedei dinner is
i iade w ithout a speck of regular
i "i leavening. Passover cakes
raised high and light with -
and hound with mat,oh cake meal
gain i via flavoi and appeal when
n nriched with fruits, nuts
: i ial ii.e.'nines To end
S i dinm i with r. al sty le, serve
1 i* prum nut caki hand-
w ith a row n ol dimpled,
I'itti prunes si I Pas sovi r wine
. az< T. ndei pitted prunes, avail-
ial Koshi r for Pass-
ver pack liom Sunswei t an
n ady in !> ind ado, d to
van this delicate Passov< r ike
batter without a moment's
. ooking oi soaking.
until well mixed. Feat egg whites
with remaining '. cup sugar until
stifl Stir about 't of the beaten
gg whites into the batter, fold
Ihe t.si in gently. Four into a
greased 9-inch tuba pan. and bake
a pi, -heated 350 F. oven 45 to 50
minutes, or until cake pulls away
from sides of pan and surface
sprmes lack winn lightly touched.
Allow to COOl about IS minutes
I, fine lo sening i Gtfl s with a knife
ltd I iu mil-: OUl on a plate.
t.la/.e:
[j clip PSOI'Or Mine
', eup sugar
Combine whole prunes, wine and
ktigar in a small sauce pan. Bring
lo a boil >''! simmer live minutes
Arrange prunes on top ol cake
and pour glaze over. Makes 1-'
SI I v lliys.
PB1 KM MACAROONS
4 egg white-
I nips sogar
12 It', linblaiiebed almonds.
ground
I phg, (IS as, i finely snipped
Sunsweet I'ltted I'rillle-.
'.' tabb-spoollH lemon Juice
Preheat oven to 279 F., line
cookie sheets with brown papei
Beat egg whites until foamy; very
slowly add sugar, beating until
stiff. Fold in ground almonds,
snipped prunes and lemon kik
Drop mixture, ora teaspoon at a
Registrations ;
v Mrs ,,:;:,
bupervisor ol the k.i'v
.location
y chi
"""'"""' Program of BwmH
iregatlon :. ,,..'h M
clasaes ., syna^W*
North Miami Beach
Children frcm 2>, ,.,,
' ai, eligible [. lhl.
which emphas J JN
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and teaelun, ,'^
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n-unitv. and en alive iliamatia."
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is available thi jh,
I 'ale ai. a Pai
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Bake 30 minutes Allow to cool be-J formation, oi Mis. G
fore lifting carefully from paper iween :' a.i
Makes about foui dozer.. mornin
in.
a
For another Passover treat.
make a batch of couldn't-be-eask i
"Prune Macaroons." They're de-
licious with a cup of tea or as
sweet i,,i Passover nibbling.
PASSOVER PRUNE CAKE
1 package (IS OS.) StinK\ve-t
Ptttad Frunes
B 'KKS. separated
1 cup siit.ir
I i eup s.il.ol oil
I up i hupiN'd walnuts
;4 Clip mat/oh cake inc..I
II cap potato stank
i teaspoon salt
eup Pasaaver wine
F.esiive 1_' whole prunes; snip
ihe rest into small pieces. Heat
yolks with ': cup sugar until
very light and fluffy. Feat in oil.
< ombine cake meal, potato starch
and salt in sifter, silt over snipped
prunes and nuts; add alternately
With wine to agg mixture, beating
SECOND SEDER
TUESDAY APRIL2I 7 P.M
tip and
tav incl.
Children under 8 $10 for each Seder
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from Temple Beth Kodesh. Join us at 7:00 PM
for a fabulous eight course KOSHER feast and all the
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The First Night
Monday April 20
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Tuesday April 21
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m i r* C i r*. New Self-Service Postal Unit At Miami Beach Branch
'lie lask Com routing American Zionism po8tma.tor e. m. uuniaP an. sn umu m located m the
1 nouncea another Solf-Service Post- ,(;...(1 gt, .,, Shon>iBR center, the
!-
Confinu.d from P9 W
,, This will not come
IZ inleM Jewish parent! and
,alh Zi nisls. decide thai it
enough o educate ttw
t0 |,.v. ...on: they must br
', live Zlon, to live II In
:, uchools and unlvi reitles,
.. I, towns and villages. Can
,.,',!> s.n that enough lias been
for thai purpose?
lou many Jewish parents hav.
|lv become persuaded that
, ; i ( iildnll tO li\' In
I ,V,,i io n move thi m much
(her fi-om home than If they
posite coast of this
Hnent? How many Jewish
!,.;, havi n solvi d that rather
n.;; iilienation, and some-
uorse. of their ohildn n
nounces another Self-service Post-
'heir culture at a distance in Is- different forms reach Israel '' '"'' Rfl an extra sdded con
reel? from various quarters. There is venience for the patrons of th<-
The response to these questions "n" u"<" "' -"""'' *** is nTi MT/r wt, APZZ
cannot be abstract and rhetoric. '."-' others: it is sup- tSiii^
.. imit hi human ri sources This is l "" 's in "P1 ",>rl in ,lu '"'>">
11 requires concrete measures. 1 d ,/ ", ls f ur, '" Miami Beach Branch Post
am told that the American Zionist s '" ,sl-|,,|s future. r(/1 ,v.,.hin,.lim Uenue
rnovement has over a half-million American J.Ty h. ids H In their,r: ,V h Vt h '
m. mi,,, This impressive number haMdf- Uh"h" Bh" """""
can assume slRniflcance only If It sma ,"";'1' ^"ercd by the
is reflected In an equally Impres- ~'",',"" "' hos!l,lty- or whether we
representail.-. ol American 'hM ,:"" a natton- ***
how
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L,h.., ss, |o thi ir families. to
custom
catering
S p c c i (i
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j detail handled
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Superb cuisine & service
a personal flair,
if icent facilities
irties from
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Zionists in their .tildren in Is-
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id the pinnacle of strength and
organizational cTfcctivcncss. Sure-
!> American Jewry is capable ol
stablishing the necessary machi-
nery tO ensure that aliya is not
merely an Ideal, hut a well-organi-
sed, efficient, constant process
from every city and town, from
every congregation, from every
id me
wonders in mustering its financial
resources and devoting thrm to
tiie reinforcement and develop-
ment of the .li wish state. The time
nas come for it to muster in the
same way its human resources,
This is the rolo, as I see it. for
he new Ami i iea. Only an organi-
ation such as the new American
/loins! Federation can do this
\ ork successfully.
l-'i i ndship and assistance In
HP*""'
&* At
ie9rd Street ShopT>ing Center, the
Norths'dc sh tpping Center, the '""
Mock of Lincoln Road Mall1 on
MlurVri BOaeh, and the lobby of the
Ma n Pint Office, 300 N'E 1st
An These i -t.it units are open
for business 24 hours a day. 7 days
Postmaster Dunlap reminds resi- wk, and ol er round-the-clock
dents of this ana thai other Self- m< eni 'nee fev yonr mailing i
nough and strong enough to put
lh
*5ul
an Algiers* specialty
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storm down is in part depen-
lent on Amctlcan Zionism. On its
action di p nds whether we shall
tind within oursi Ives the manpow-
r to di veli p into a society worthy
o! the glorj of Jewish civilization.
Ann rieau Zionists must not fail
Israi I; they must not fall the
l< w ish 11 ople or themselves in
il.il histoi ic n s| onsibility.
Review Of Wiesel Book
Tin "(ii i ,ii I looks in Review"
series presented by members ol |
the Miami ('hauler. Women's Divi-;
ion. American Technion Society
v< ill be closed ait. r Prof. Kill n
liaum's review of "The Town Bo-
mid the Wall." by Kile Wiesel, in
the home ol Mis. Grace Jacobs,
5550 SW 60th Ct.. Friday, Aon!
24, at H a.m. Mrs. Martin Snector
is in charge "I rescrvat ions.
Temple Judea Model Seder
^5^ I I)..1.1,; M, ... \ U'i., < in.l '.'>
Rabbi Mot i is A Kry i and :>23
stu li nts : T mpl 3 il a's n llg-
mils school, ii
through sixth gradi will conduct
a Mode 1 Si d' r at 10 a.m. Surol
The childn n w ill part ii tc in
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tJmUii ncridfan
Israel Discovering 'Futurology'
By ELIAHl SALPETEK
Few academic < venti in recenl
y. ars have attracted so much of
l i inedta'i sttenttoa as the threc-
day seminar on "The Changes at
tne Find of trie C"n'tury an.! Th< ir
Influence on the Policies in the
Pre* fit," organiztd by the School
( Business Administration at Tel
Aviv University. Some 80 scien-
i its, l | -'' vernmerd officials and
nanaytrs <'f busim n and industry
attended I the :um of
was to examine what can
ihOUM be done by the Israelis
, : 1970 in order to prepare their
ntry for the world of 2000.
The world in the year 2000or
lather, predictions oi the shape ol
it Is the specialty of Prof Her-
man Kahn of the Hudson Institute
i Croton-on-Hudson. N.Y.. and no
self-respecting meeting on this
subject is complete without his
presence. Indeed, Prof. Kahn was
tne top star of the seminar. The
i penlng session was also attended
by his cousin. Israeli Minister of
Finance Pinhas Sapir.
In the land of Israel there has
bwn a traditional fascination
with prophets, and soothsayer*
as well. And the press, radio and
television did their best to cover
the prophet* of 19*0 for their
reading, watching and listening
public.
Some of the predictions were
\ ay-out. at least as far as laymen
an concerned, like Prof. Katchal-
ski's description of the advances
he thinks xvill be made in biology
and genetic*, ami Prof. Gilis" vision
i : what electronic oamputoas will
be able to do in the near future.
, Others were more down-to-earth.
however, such as Brig. Yitzhak
\aakoxs report on the planning
and organization ta medium and
K.ng-term research by the Israel
Ministry of Defense and the dis-
cussion of the nation's energy re-
quirements during the next 30
...ars by Israel Electric Corp. di-
i ctor Klad Peled.
Prof. Kahn's forecasts, en-
compassing the physieal as well
as -,M i.il and political changes
to be expected, unquestionably
held the greatest fascination for
the average Israeli, however.
Interviewed by representatives
of all the mediahot, cold and in-
betweenProf. Kahn gave his
opinions unstintingly. Here are
some of his glimpses of the state
^>i thx Middle Fast in thi next 30
years:
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will continue for a long time. One
Can expect more than an Israel-
Arab conflict in the coming dec-
ades, xvith the Aral* trying their
luck again and again, whenever
they feel stronK enough. The ter-
lorisl activities will continue, but
xvill have no crucial impact on Is-
iael. which will learn how to live
xvith them.
The Russians will probably
deepen thtir supi>ort of Egypt.
whenever Israd gives it a drub-
bing. Nevertheless, a full-scale
Sot ii t intervention is unlike ly,
since neither Moscow nor Wash-
ington wants an all-out confron-
tation.
Egypt could by the year 3000,
become a medium-size power and
a serious thnat to Israel. But
the only way to become a medium-
.-i/< power is to invest in peaceful
development projects, which Nas-
ser is prexi nti d from doing by
the enormous expenditures being
made for arms and war materiel.
The quality gap between the two
countries will continue during the
coming decades as a result of the
traditional Moslem culture and
values.
In Judaism, there will be a
ii end toward Orthodoxy; fanatic
tendencies and sect! may at>pear
in Islam and one can expect a
turn toward Buddhist concepts in
C hristianity. All over the world, in
underdeveloped as well as post-
industrial societies, new messianic
laiths atid movements may appear
and a n ally capable charismatic
leader of such a movement in one
of the neighboring Arab comitri. <
may present s grave danger to
Israel.
The standards of lixing and
,t ducat ion in Israd xxill go up
dramatically, along with th per-
c&pitn Gross Na'ional Product Hut
the much small, r rise in E>yp1
!daY- April
B"' >' it k wi
lrison ol >x -rage, **'
'hatk.
portani p,. ,.
,y and ';" i inwhat^a
Which .- quite _
lh' Hl- '' w-ofniy
'',: forei ittiM |
tad quit
rai Its -,:


April 17. 1970
vJenisfi fkridliar
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Page 15-C
LEGAL MOTKE
I ]c rntlNTY JUDGES COURT
rTH.ENDFOR DADE COUNTY.
|'N LORIDA IN PROBATE
f No 70-935
JOHN R. BLANTON
inland* Agalnal
,..., hy notified and requlr-
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Florida, thin th day
I .; ROSE
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Vpril, l70
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BY HENRY LEONARD

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,N THE CIRCL IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No 70-6204
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"And to think that only last year he painted
them for Jewish delicatessens!"
LEGAL NOTICE
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TOP IRK HEREBY NOTIFIED
In ...... for ,liv..r,'. ban
mil..1 against you, and you are r..|inr-
Ir.l -.. -. .....nj of your written de-.
If to ii ..n HKNKY NOR-
|T"V Utnrney for Plaintiff, whoa*
Kddress 14M Riacayne. Building, ;
Miami PI. ri.l.i. 33130, and fil. th*
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styled Court "ii r before Ha] 13.
M-: .. .. Judgment by default
I imlercd agalnat you for the
Ir.ii.f .I- in.,n,I.d in tin complaint
WITNESS my hand and th.- .-...,! !
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P. II LBATHBRM \N
uf the Circuit Court
I' ..! County. Plorlda
in MAROC1CR1TE KENT
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4/17-24 S i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-8390
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Zoll \ FERNANDEZ,
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Yur \lti-: i I Kit BUY notified that
Complaint f.-r Divorce has been
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hi t- PI. adhtg In Hi.- i "!-
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I.KKTKII l:>n'.EKS. whose address In
fli Street, Miami. Plorlda
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' 15th day "' May. 1970. or
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DATED 'In- :>ih day of Ai.ril. 1970
K K 1 EATHBKMAN
f the I "Imult <"ourt
I MAI{;crailTK KKNT
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"* THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1211
, Dowlina
UK K-tateoi
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
" All Creditora and All Pervona Hav-
U ciniuM ,.r Demands Aaralnsl Said
v. I, .,r, hereby notified and requlr-
any rlainu ana it mande
Jh'li >..ii in.iv have asaiual the --
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Dadi County, Plorlda, to tin-
NOTICE. TO CREDITOHS
OF BULK TRANSFER
i.ulk tni u idi i ami. I.
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ranker Creditor- of ih. .';"-' :\
Hhouhl fli- ihelr lalma with Rl "
A Oruas, Attorneya, al ". I-"" '"'
,;,..! Miami lleneh, I lorida, on ..r
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JOSEPH l isiiki S"N. Transferee
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17ih day ..f April. I9i0
HKHAlUi & OROSB
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Miami ll.-a.li. Florida
Attorneya for Tranaferei
HY JERKY A OROB8
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE
,T|"|" is HEREBY on UN that *>
sr 2aar ts wm~;
i Has In lt i"'--'.^" '.. ;* ,.' ., ..
in \HE WN I.IN1-"- a rloriaa '
Hen haa In ta poaeaalon Ihi rollow
, KiVaRU ORI8SOM Who.* laat
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Judg
file
of I lad.- I'.'Ullty. and
.in, in duplli ate and as
hi Section 733 m. Plorlda
""' In iii,
Hi. Ir offlcoa in Hi. Coun-
' uri ,, ., i,.i,. County, i-"'"-
. within six calendar months
" "' Ihe tin,, of Ihe first nul.l
Ihi same will be bar
i,,."'/1. Miami, Florida, n
la> "f M'ril. A l>. I97H
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In. i..BUD Tlti-ii1\\J}">' '' Anrll, 17"
V'"1 ii.-vs for
gitate of jAiui! fiOKKIX
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"lantl Beach, Florida
4/17-24 :. 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1380
h, RE: Batati nf |
|-A fIROSSMAN
'""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml rrodllora iind Ml Persons Ha\-
,; V'la'ins or Demands Aptlnal Bald
i;',;'.;; are hereb) notified ..-I r. luir- I
,.., ,,,*... any .'lalma and demands |
r:;::"ot"KVY'>.'uossM';NMd:!':aT.
a. of Dade County, Plorlda, to the
,'our.hous.. In Dt.....'>'"'>.'' n '
within six rnl. ndar months from the
rim. ...-'in. "ra. i.ui.ii.a-..... hereof, or
SV'M.ant^SoV.da. thl. Bth
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.\s Admlulatrator
,.-ir..i publication of .J..; '>- n
; th.- ITili da) M"il. ""
HBNKY NORTON
Atlorm > for Administrator
H0t Blacayne Building l( ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. nciitious ".ii." oi '.;',.; ^kT'-'I.
IVSTITI'TH'NAI. 81 l'l I-"-*
hij'i'll'\U'..Nl" Intend. u> reflate; saw
^rn.l'u'l,.'; .... CWrk of *e Clrcul.
Court of lad.- '.'.'.I \ 1.""rl,1'u
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HARVTCY RJCHMAN, ESQ..
420 14...in Road,
Miami Baach, FtoHaa ^ ^ ,( t_g
NoTiCE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 207?2Acti of ,941
File N" 69 A 1792
XliTICB IS HEREBY C.n i:\
RUN I* '-KIN' 1" ll"' ": !,} "-
M ami 'l hx Saie rilficate >
lasued Ih. h I dll) '' JU"' A.D
. .| mil 111 on 'Hi' "I has
. ,.,.i. appll' atlon for h lax deed
,,.. Issued Ihi reon Said I rtlfleala
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j in Hi. i .null ol I ludi. State
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\A., 29 i:l... 1. North Libert)
Mini. l-i.. !" '' '' :'','"
Ihe Count) of Dude, State ol Flo-
. ,,| n||| 1.. Issued subje. I
,..r oulstan.lll.n delinnui \
taxes ..ml I9S County taxes and
fits of Miami tux and m ns
-lh, asaessmeiil of said pr>pert)
'':;::.::; ku'iNT'^anitv''.^
Ur,',i!ss said certificate shall be n -
|M.r,j described herein will he sold in
the hlahosl b.dder for cash al the
,;...^-,. door ".. the first Monday
In the month of May. >"". which is
,V.ea^SothM&oVJj?r.h.mO
.-: It. I.EATHBRMAN.
Clerh of i'ir. uii Court,
i. ,.i. Count). Florida
By; P F. C.VI IWTHAXD
Oeput) I'l' rk
,,'ir. nil Court S.al. ( |0-17-S4 5 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA I." PROBATE
No. 70-715 DOWLING
In Hi-: Katnte of
JENNIE >> LION
D' nOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persona Ha\-
Ini Talma or Demands Against Said
,:"v,','": are hereby notified ami re
uii..I :' present any clalnu and M-
SSusftj sssksne *" ,.!,..,i late of Pad- County, Plorlda,
,,. county -iu.i,-.s ... nad-iNjunty.
I ,n.l file Ihe same In duplk-ata ;'."' *
',',',-',,.,. in s.,.,.. 73S1S. .";>
Statutes, In Ihelr offlcts hi he I u..-
iv Courthouae n I'-"1' "'"> '"'
-.1... within six .al.Mdar motitb- ir.-.n
,!,. time of the Hrst IHthllcoUon lor.-
,,r ,,r Ihe same will he hatred.
Hated nl Mian.,. Florida, this da)
0f M^Ne-RTHA VlNARD
-,. |.;xi ulrix
Firsl publication of .his notl.....
,he *rd da) of Vj.rll 1970.
.I.Al'Hi: I* ETCH El. I
,,.,.,, > for Bxn utrix
u.i i'l.. -i. r Si
Miami. Florida S3130 ,- ^
IN THE COUN.Y J^CE'SCOUKT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA-.N PROBATE
No. 70-931 tClark)
In KIT- Bstali of
\ ATM VN STR M'S>.
'""NOTirE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Haying Claims or l>. man.is
tealnsl Saul Hstat,
You an hereb) notified and required
t pi's.ni ...iv claims and demands
which %.... ma) haveagarnsl the patati
,.( NATHAN KTII U'SS, deoensed late
,,;. ,,,. ,-..,, Florida l Ihe oun-
,v Judges of Dade I ouniy, and rili ths
; game In duplh ii< tind as Provided
pi, >, ,i:i K, Plorlda Statute .
(hi Ir offices in the County < ourthoue
: pade County, KTorlda, within six
calendar months from Ihe time ... in.-
firat publication hi reof, or the same
u,!a..'.l afMtaml, PlorWa, thia 17th
,la\ ..f Mar. Ii. \ l> 197*1
Firsl publication of ihis notic- ....
,i to. dai of March, 19i0,
st vm i'.v l! Hi. H Mm and
EMMY STK.MSS
,\s i:\.cutoi-
RICHARD A ORi >S8
i jerry A. Irosa
Attot n. v for Bin Utora
,.,, i o,. ..In Riw 'l
Miami I'" i. Ii. P'a :'-:;l ;' .
LEGAL NOIICK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85060 GEORGE T. CLARK
111 KIT: Ks.al. ...
II \YDEE i iRTIZ
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Cla.mi or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y..u ... I" b> notified and re-
quired ... prew '! an) claims and de-
mands which i..u ma) have againal
the .-state of HAYTIEE "liTIZ de-
i-r-asi l lati "i I ladi "ounty, Flo-
rida, ... lln Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file Ihe same In duplicate
...nl as |.r..\ ;ded iii Si cl Ion T:::; Id,
Florida Statutes, In Ihelr offices In
i County Courthousi In Dade Coun-
ty, Plorlda, within six ,-al, ailar motiths
from the time of the firsl puhl
hen nf, or Ihe same w ill bi bai n -I
Dated al Miami, Florida, Hilt 31
da) of March. A D 197".
BI.SA riARATE
As Adminisln. 11 -
Firsl publication ..f Is noil......
| .1 da) .' April,
- mi. .1 .'. ii (PER
Atlorm v for tdniinb irairlx
Suit. I.'-'-'. Si ybold Building
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-342
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MIl.Ti IN \\ ASSERM VN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ red and All Persons Hn\
Deina ids \gainsl Said
I.
You are l ......I -.i"1 i
... ml .1.-man.I.
I the -sl
nf MII.TI IN ASSERMAN di
......inty, Ploi Ida
of I nl. i '...n ly, Plo-
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Dai. d nl Miami Florida, Ihla 19
. ,l.ii ... March \ I)
IRENE \\ ASSERMAN
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the 711 da) of Mai h, '
SANFi HID II KRAMER
i .
IREN E \\ VSSER M \X,
A.lmii rix
\ w -i'l. Street,
Miami, Florida
I _T I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-248
In RE: Estati of
SAM! Cl. A. BERG
I.....ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H
mc i'l.urn.- or Demands Againal 8
Estate:
you are hereby notified and ...... -
, ,1 to present hid claims and demanda
>i hi. i, you may ha\ againsl tin
late ... SAMIKI. A HERO deceased
lat, of Dade County, Florida, Hie
County Judges ... Dade Count) I
ill, ih, same In duplicate .....1 as pro
x |di -I in Section 733 16, Florida SI
ui. s. in Ihelr offlci s ii> the 'nUB V
Courthouse In P.oh- County, PlorM .
v, ilhin -ix ,-al. ...la, montl li.'.n
.in..' of ihe firsl publication here.
<>i the sain.' will be barred
Dated ... Miami, Florida, Ihla 20ih
.'.,. ... Mar. Ii. A |. 197"
SYLVIA BERI1
As Exi Utrix
Firsl publication of Ibis none
ll .Til. day ... Mar. I. I 7
HARRY SSI'KERNTCK
\. ... i fat l> w rix
lu" I in. ..in Road, Miami B.
Florida 113139
' I
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J'J OICI A L Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 70-49SR
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
tjl/UA ll BRA,
Plaintiff
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 70-5180
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ii.i MINA1 A \' ai.i.ai .\i:i:s.
Plal.
RAMON VALI-ADARB8
I
I'. JOSE RAMON \'AI.I.AI'Alil'.s
It. -i,|. a.-, mil now >i
You JOSE HAM' 'N \ ALI Al i M:l>
..... !,, ,-, |>y notified II.-ii Bill '
plain) for Divor l i I" '" '
-. >..... and > .. re r.
..i \ e .i cop) "i youi Aiim i ii i'
Inir ... Ihe Hill of Complaint "
I iitlffs attorney, SIDNEY EFRON-
Si >N, BIS Aim I" i Bail lin dial
K.....Ida 33132 and file lh. o Iglp. I
\, -i,. r ... PI. adlii Ii ll iffl.e
,i,( .'lerh of .1.-' <"'.'. in' ''"ui. on or
| fore lh. 1-. da) of Mav. 19" j
i ..u fail to do so, ludgmi li-fault
lie taken againsl you foi I "--
Hf demanded In the Bill I ion -
" Thl......... shall l.. publish, d
. ... h week for four c .....'
i-IIK JEW l.-H PI ORIDI \N
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Ida Ihla 24th da) March A I'
' k H I BATHERMAN, iTerk
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SIDNEY BFRONSON
1.1 2 \i. -i. i Building
Ml ,,.,.. Florida 13132
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r s v: .sis'... SVC BTRY I-..
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Y..U. ANCEL M. l-l BRA, are hi re-
hy iiollfled iliat a Hill ... ...ni'lai...
lor Dlvon-e has been filed againsl
you. and you are required servi n
...p. ,.r your Answer Pleading i>.
Ihe BUI of Comolnlnl .... 'I" Plalntifl
attorney. tlROVBH CIAIBNT WEIN-
STFJIN A STACBBR, P.A. 350 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida
and file Ihe origl ial Answer or Plead-
ing ,n th, office of ihe Clerk of th
Circuit I'onrt on or before >!> nth
da) of April. 1970 If ." fall '" do
s... lultni. i.i b> default will In
againsl you f">' Ihe relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall 1 published oner
each week for tour consecutive weeks
,1, THE JEWISH FUORlDfAN.
PONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
'Florida, this 19ih day of March A l>
' '" E B LEATHERSIAN, Cl. rk,
I ... uii Court, Dade Count.' Florida
By; I.. SNEBDEN
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SHERMANSTACBBR
;i!i\'i:i: CIMENT w EINSTEIN
,x- STMHKK. r \
i-.n I hi. ol.. It., id,
Miami Beach, PI"
Attorney for Plaiiilifl
IN THE COUNTX JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1009Blanton
In RE: Iv-l of
SIDNEY /Kl:.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persons
Ha) iiia i 'Is "iv or l lemiind
x .- lid it.-..
you an I b> notified and n
to pri -. ni an) claims .....I d. mands
which .'"ii ma) hav. againsl Hie
..,.. ol SIDNEY 85BIO, deceas. .1 I I.
nf i^ail. Cou ny, Florida, lo the oun-
Tv Judges of I' d. County, and rile
ti,.. sain.- it. duplicate and as provld. ,1
in Scctl. .i T : '.". Plot .1 SlotUI. In
their offices in Ihe Count) ''".. '.housi
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calendar months I'.',.... Ihe "i"' "' ""
in -i i nl.I:, atlon hi i.".'. "'" the sami
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By \ Harold Binder. President
BNOl \NDBR* lU'RNETT
Attorneya for ,
Wyllj Tours. Inc.
No l lanroln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florida ..... ,.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-5050
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AI.Y K WIANY.
Plaintiff,
\ .-
Jl \N.\ IT K AVIAN Y.
Defendant.
TO: MRS .I" ANNIT KAV1AM
, o Herman .. Ixoae
xlT-. Silver l-ik. Road
l.iini.n. Michigan 85<>4
You. -.<> ANN.-. KAVIAM
ll, r.-l.x notified that B Bill
plaint for Dlvon-e has l>
,t.....-. you, and yu are required lo
xn -i imp) of ytr Answer ... lea.l-
i,,K ... the Bill of Complaint .... H"
Plaiuilffs attorney, (lot iDMAN a
' in ll T/M AN. II"" Coi..'..r. I Building,
I ,.,. Weal Flagler Street, Mian... Flo-
. rids 3313" and file Ihe orlg.....I Aliawer
r Pleading In the offlci ... .1" < leric
,,r thi ir. im Court .... or I..-.ore the
i i, da) of April, 1970. If you rail
,i..... ludgmetil b) default ".II be
ink. n againsl you for Ihe n Hi i di -
man.I, .1 in Ihe Hill Complaint.
Thla notice shall publli I a 01 i
each week for four i-onaecullve weeka
in THE JEW ISH I". ORIDIAN.
IMINK v M mi 'BRED nl Miami,
Florida, Ihla 20th day of March A 1).
r r. I I' VTHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit '"ii. i. Dade Count) Florida
in MAROL'BRITB KENT
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(Circuit i'"..". Si
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urd BuHding
Miami Florida SS13H
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vjewist rhrMton
fnday, Apra
UNDER
THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI T.BOR H. STERN
21st DAY
APRIL
15th DAY
NISAN
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND SHOPPING PLEASURE
ALL FOOD FAIR MEAT AND POULTRY DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW KOSHER L'PESACH
May we suggest that your Holiday shopping be done early to insure faster service
and the maximum in savings! You may be sure we carry only the finest Kosher Meats
and Poultry! YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK.
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS WILL BE CLOSED
ON TUES., APRIL 21 and WED., APRIL 22 FOR THE
PASSOVER HOLIDAY
The management and employees extend
to you and your families
A JOYOUS AND FESTIVE PESACH
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
MV. JACOB B. KATZ, Ass't Dirett.r REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
^'$*#A*afli*
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSL
Sales Manager: Sunny
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
MMItS MOGIB Ai GRUBIR SOL S!CEl
Upttvhf. ph;lip katz
MURRV RUBIN
2091 Coral Way, Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
163rd Street Shopping Center 19th Street at Alton Road
10th Street 4 Washing*.
(,Mtt*
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


"Ofewish Flor idHiaia
Miami, Florida Friday, April 17. 1970
Srtion D
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from Passover
Collection at Hebrew Onion CoHeae-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum Cincinnati.

JILntu* jHcggJJt SLw0 &lij*k at Entrance to a JloHse


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ejfeltifft Fkrtdl&F
FridaY. Apm 17
Our Very J$**l kUiJic* (or a

('Mr 'Hmittuft hurt /h -ttifif/
On r Oecm ./ ^- Hfami Jjtacu
^_.'ii/>/ yon /im/ .? more convenient location.
ALFRED STONE, General Manager
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
HALLETT PONTIAC
67C1 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone: 667-7501
'7
a/or many year I
i' mover. The rit .. ,
Passover
corned them verj lit, AtiJl'S**
tndtoU .1 ,.., **
"'>" .....' u1 th.^?
stitiona bou ,IJ*-
of Htm survivals o( th lent ,:id-
H'" '' Mat
7
i
Restrictions
In The
USSR
By LEON SHAPIRO
I \..T|>ls from "Rus'Lin J-*t> att*r Malin"
Pasa wer; the*
rrapoi
" 'U >rtaee of I
- '
v"" ", '.
thorities had si
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' : Wal
tor A this time Out
anti-.i. aiah r ~r<-w$inm
s*afl th.' ofiion'- In the >\incea kne#a
In connection > Jews it paw^kl
allow tbamseJves all sorte ,i hbcrtirs. en*
dally when It mi i question of religion. iy
Krutku PitoaofskU Slovar ('.>noise PhilowsJ
k*l Dictionary red in 1964 daat
Indicated thai th< Jewish religion conasisld
I
^M 1 L L S |_|BUH,N ETT
ail o e I a t t %
CxtAtln ^Juxjillu-u Qax Ok SfrsMOtoloi
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Earl V. Wilson Company
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
MELONVS WARDROBE
9548 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Phone 866-3601
Happy Passover To All
Bob White's Bowling
Pro Shop &
Billiard Supplies
Measuring Specialists
Trophies and Shirts
1227 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Phone: 374-0642
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Mirell Gallerv
ROBERT DRAPER, Director
3421 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove 443-9140
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SLATER mm lil.lt V CO.
Of NORTH MIAMI, INC.
771 N.E. 125th STREET OPPOSITE "NEW" CITY HAIL
Phone 891-8913
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
DUTCH PACKING CO., INC.
411 SN.W. 28th STREET
PHONE. 634-7411
HAPPY" PASSCVER TO ALL
NORTH HA III-: WELDING
510 N.E. 167th Street North Miami teach
Phone W. 7-5309


rtday. April 17. 1970
'JtM#;#fer#c/#5#7
Page 3-D
duster of superstition! baaed on religious
nice and on reactionary ideas; there
noreovw, special emphis laid on the
lion of the Jewish reiigion with "im-
stic Zionism."
V.ording to data on hand, a prohibition
ms |aid on the preparation of matron in Kiev.
q, |, Kharkov. Rostov, Kishinev and Riga
1939, i960 and 196L Apparently, however,
this prohibition still lacked a general charac-
ter, The local authorities permitted the bak-
,_. ii| mat/oh in Moscow, Leningrad and
Tbilisi in those years, and in Kiev as well dur-
ing i '_'. But in 1963, they shut down the
i, j[, .s organized by Individual communities
same time ordering the state bakeries
,,, isc to prepare matzoh.
S ., baking mat/oh under Soviet condi-
tions is extremely difficult on a private basis.
this new government no'icy put believing
jews in i nearly hopeless position. It should
I that the numeroua gifts of mat/oh
sent from abroad to and addressed to private
individuals in various cities of the Soviet
Union were not delivered; the same fate be-
feli the parcels sent by civic organizations
and the rabbinates of Israel ami Great Britain.
li is reported that small groups of believ-
ers who were trying privately to prepare the
indispensable kosher products and especially
matzoh met with an openly hostile attitude on
the part "l the authorities. The Soviet author-
ities undertook a broad-gauge campaign in the
press indicating that the mailing of matzoh
Irom brae] or the capitalist countries of Eu-
rope and America was organically bound up
with an imperialist anti-Soviet policy. It was
natural in such circumstances for many people
to lie afraid of accepting anything; the Soviet
newspapers published letters to the editor pro-
testing against "unneeded matzoh."
Together with the newspaper campaign the
authorities also took administrative steps. In
July 1963 Km;) Kat/. Wolf Bogomolsky, Matka
Brio and Claudia Blyachman wen- brought to
trial in Moscow for the illegal baking of
matzoh for "speculation" and for illegal prof-
iteering in connection with the baking of
mat/oh. The defendants admitted that they
had given the excess matzoh they had baked
to needy Jews, but denied they had profited in
any way, and emphasized it had been baked
exclusively to satisfy their own needs,
Defense attornej Michael Lozinsky pointed
out that they were being tried as the direct
result of government-imposed restrictions on
the baking of matzoh. Under prevailing con-
ditions there was no way out for believing
Jews: they were obliged to bake matzoh pri-
vately and share the prepared supply with
their friends. The defense also drew the at-
tention of the court to the situation in the
< "nt in in 'i mi Pace 14-11
JVc
or man
s. vit*t
Extends To All
Greetings and Best Wishes
For A Happy Passover
NI''|M-ii lEvdding
Manufacturing Vo.
3590 N.W. 71st STREET, MIAMI
PHONE OX 1-0480
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Ornl Equipment Pelt Cablt Cutter Hydraulic Jacks,
Pick Up and Delivery
All Work Guaranteed Factory Specifications
3072 N.W. 54th Street Phone 634-2226
/iiitnn an Toaofr
wishing you a joyous Passover
and health and happiness always
Where Shopping is a Pleasure


Page 4-D
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FridcY. April 17
a
sever
. i
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
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
AT NO EXTRA COST
Our bonded messengers pick-up and deliver your furs
Unlimited in-and-out service Every garment is g'azed
Now is the time to re-style your precious turs
Customize cleaning of your furs availabie en the premises
New Location ..
655 LINCOLN ROAD
Dial Miami Beach
JE 2-2474
350 MIRACLE MILE
D;al Coral Gabies
HI 3-7416
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SERVICS QUAUTY *
GOOD Will
PITTSBURGH
CORNING
GLASS
BLOCKS
P-C
'GLASS FO IVHY PUK>S"
Ditlributort libbey, Owen*. Fofd Glut Co. I> lnulux QUtl Block
1601 1619 NW 7th AVE. Dial 379-0656
Miami 36. Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
TOP-ALL ROOFING AND BUILDING
PRODUCTS, INC.
1585 E. 11 Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 888-2689
Explaining Passover
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HUGO HAIR STYLISTS
FOR YOUR NEW HAIR STYLE
MO 7-2213
1561 Sunset Dr., (Near Red Road)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
JAY HART ORIGINALS
675 N.W. 29th STREET
635-4508
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SAMM\ Be 1 Oil 11RE
6113 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE: 665-5395
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS .
MOWN LAUNDRY A CLEANERSj
IMS MX. 183rd St N. Miami teach WI 7-1812
;
By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
Passover is history's first "freedom
festival."
Ordained in the Bible, it celebrates the
exodus of the children from Egypt, where
they had been in bondage.
It is also an opportunity to welcome
the advent of Spring. As such it is one of
the three agricultural festivals dating back
to Biblical days. The others are the Feast
of Tabernacles (Succos) which is connect-
ed with the autumn harvest, and Pentecost
(Shcrtrusfh) identified with the first fruits oi
the Spring planting.
Passover is observed with worship
services which include specie! prayers
glorifying liberty, the miracle of nature re-
born and the inspiration which we receive
from leader- who respond to the divine
ssage about human equality.
A unique observance associated with
Po.csover is the Seder > pronounced Sayderi
which is the home worship service held
around the dinner table on the first two
nights oi the holiday by the Orthodox
and Conservative branches, and on the
first night only by most Reform Jews.
The Seder is a family or communal
gathering at which the events which took
Exodi
piace at the time of the i
membered while each individual ul*
to recapture the anguish of servitZ** '
the joy of deliverance.
From a special Passover book a
the Haggadah (The Narrative") ihe
breakaway from Pharaoh is retold B
inqs are recited, songs ure sung J"
table games are played to create an ~
mosphere of jubilation cr.a revere-
Ceremonial foods are held up and ft*
symbolism is explained; the'matzoh
dried cracker, is eaten to gel an idec( i
the meaner food which the- disadvontaj !
eat: a sprig of parsley wents J3
Springtime, wine is an en! lerr. oi hunca
sweetness, and a bittei tokaosla
b.tterness of slavery.
The New Testament -;..:p?r *'
a Seder (which is a Hebrew word rr.wn.'
ina Order or Procedure .:; t^
r.ew significance we. v.e matt*
and the wine, thus origin.::. : communion
or the Eucharist.
Biblical refercncc= to "'-' rrav b"l|
found in Exodus 12:3, Lev:t:cus 23.4: NuJ
bers 9 and Deuteronomy 16 I: is
referred to in the New T lament-
Matthew 26:19. Mark 14:12,
John 13.
Passover Greetings To All
HERB DAVIS PLUMBING, INC.
"Your Plumbing Discount Center"
2515 South State Road No. 7-Hollywood-Telephone 981-4100
The "KING" of Stainless Steel Sinks
All Merchandise Carries Our Personal One Year Guarantee
33x22 Top Grade Stainless Steel Sinks
Reg. $54.95 $21.95
H:
To The .-. J:
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5rhAve.
Miam Florid*
Telephone 635-0032
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
to our many
Friends and Customers


m, Apr:'. 17. 1970
""Jenisf fhcridicnn
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fctk' ^S^ t> 2; Ci
1 It? J w- ;* r Maurice Welnsteln, (right) chaJr-
'.1 K- J1 c '?> P man of Hip B'naJ Brith International Council, presents silver menornh to N'obel laureate Rene
^ Camin, 8H, French delegate to the C.N.'s !! in; in Kit;hts Commission,
^1 P^ in recognition of his lifetime oi
"^H r#j$ w^ ^ work .i>. ;i "noble champion of hti-
l SEs^tfv'] man rights." I'roi. Cassia, recipient
oi the 1988 Nobel Peace Price, ;is honored at a B'naJ B'rith luncheon attended i>> I'.V diplomats and on-governmental agency repre-
sentatives and communal leaden.


[ V aasiV-w V?AiiiS
over
A Happy ?j stover To All
rom
DR. BERNARD A.
APPIEBAUM
and FAMILY
GrlEETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
NEW LOCATION
627 So "iami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
Te Our Man/ friends t Patrons
- -i. Hol djy To All
GREET \G CARDS &
OFFJi SUPPLIES
LORDEIJA'S
CARD SHOP
15 W. FLAGLER ST.
Hoi jj. Greetings
HOB Ml mis
MOTORS
1836 N.W. 36th Street
Phone 634-4567
Hol.dy Greetings
Te Cor Friends 4 Customer;
Metro
Equipment
3145 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
A
SIEGEu
OIL
7400 N. W. 30th Aveni*
Telephone:
OX 1-4411
Sinclair Products
Since 1934
Extends to all
A Very Happy
Passover
Holiday Greetings From .
CAROLINE'S
MASSAGE
Steam
1519 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, 538-1785]
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
S. ROSS
COMPANY
PLASTIC SLIP COVERS
WINDOW SHADES
WHILE YOU WAIT
4115 Prairie Avenue
Phone JE 8-3030
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
|To The Jewish Community
SHORTY and
FRED'S, INC.
1520 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
JE 8-1047
JE 1-5561
Senator and Mrs.
Kenneth M.
Myers
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
f'asth* Harbor Sail tloats Inc.
RENTALS SALES
INSTRUCTION BY GEORGE AND NELL CASTLE
Dinner Key Charter Boat Docks Ph. 448-3212
EVENINGS 665-4719
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
MIAMI SHORES TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
AVcvy 3oyou$
Passover
, a time of happiness,
ritual and tradition,
celebrating ancient
deliverance from bondage
. symbolic to the
w hole free world as a time
to be thankful for freedom.
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Jen is NuHMtMl
aY' April 17
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL
RUSSELL ALUMINUM CORP.
5731 N.W. 37th Avenue
635-1402
MRS. WILLIAM WEINTRAUB
and children
PAULA and A6NER
extend best wishes to all
for a Happy Passover
UO-N V. MeASKlIA
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wants to Wish All of His Friends
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
S & S PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY
1400 N.E. 131*1 Street, North Miami
Telephone 891-2752

books (or
young
readers
in MADOB KOSKXBAl M
The Birth ot the Israel Air Force.
l.\ Moot) JSCSfeB, ShuNiiie'T
Pahlfcssera, wx pages, 8BJ5.
The exciting theme ol this un-
usual book for children ages 8 and
up, is the storj of tii.....ganbtatlon
of the Israeli Air Force, which
was begun secretly in 1948 with
two Piper t"ui> planes. The little
aircraft were used for surprise
bombing raids, carrying food and
supplies and moving the lick and
injured. It transported the Oral
"Davidke" la mortar named in
honor of David Ben-Gurion) Into
Jerusalem. When the mortar was
fired at the pates of the Old City.
the enemy was astounded and,
takiiiK advantage of the noise and
confusion of the surprised Arabs,
the Israelis stormed the city and
berated the Jews trapped there, although on
The young men of the Haganah
holight scrap parts of planes from
the British and by working night
and day in a Secret place, they
managed to rebuild them without
being discovered. The Egyptian
Air Force bomt>t-d Tel Aviv in
May. 1948. at a time whin the
armies of six Arab countries w. re
advancing on Israel, but Israel had
to wait for a more opportune
time to attack from the air. The
Haganah went abroad to buy air-
craft secretly, some of which Were
delivered piece by piece and had
tc be assembled in Israel. Their
mission was only partially success-
ful, but it was an encouraging
start. And when air attacks on
Israel wen1 stepped up. the Ha-
ganah was able to counterattack.
1 "'> liMiit.ti scafe. 1
Their efforts encouraged fell
l;"'lls '" tight on. and air liftsTl
Tel Aviv became more Ii-mumI
and air attacks n K.-^tian '
lions more deadly, until mim*
Israeli Air Force dominate
skies of the Middle I
was the beginning of the' ,JI
growing Israeli Air Force, anal
Plays such an important part -1
Israel's defense
JetssalNH the Eternal,b) kulh
lau. Bi.Hh PnMUdac ..*>
tritHiton.. i fix pages, TrasaskJ
from the Hebrew b) R. Lev.
This simply written recoibj
Kli I-amlai who is a writer i
("lltllllleil nil Plgf |*.J)
China Maid RESTAIRAM
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AUTHENTIC CHINESE DINING IN MIAMI
COMPLETE TAKE'OUT MENU
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
LUN'S, INC.
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MIAMI
PASSOV6R
QReeriNQS
To commemorate the enduring spirit of independent!
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
SANDY SURF HOTEL
150 89th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 866-9713
MANNCRAFT
COLONY COIFFURES
Happy Passover Holidays
482 N.E. 125th Street, North Miami
Phone 757-7161
Happy Passover Greetings To All
MONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone UN 6-8721

CHASE
FEDERAL.
4 % '. J LOAN A B O C *T IO *
SEVEN CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
MIAMI SHORES. 9501 NE. 2nd AVE.
SOUTH DAOE, N. KENDALL DRIVE AT US.!
ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD. 425 AT SHERIDAN
COLLINS AVE., AT 75th ST.
SURFSIDC, 9564 HARDING AVE.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH. !63rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
WAiN OFFICE: LINCOLN ROAO, ON THE MALL AT 1100


Hday. April 17. 1970
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PINTO FURS
1642 Euclid Avenue
Miamf Beach
(Off Lincoln Road)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACK'S
CYCLE SHOP
Authorized Dealer
SCHWINN RALEIGH
COLUMBIA BICYCLES
REPAIRS AU MAKES
PICK UP t OCUVItT
Parking in tear
Phone 891-B457
651 NE 125th St.. N.Miami
To Ail Our Friends and
Patrons Passover Greetings
BARKIN ENVELOPE
MFG. CO.
2740 S.W. 28th LANE
MIAMI
Phone HI 3-7598
Harry and Freda Barkin
GREETINGS
BE SAFE AT SEA
RAXDY
1IOATS1I1J
RANDOLPH SHOE CO.
3735 N.W. 81st Street
HIALEAH, FLA.
69L10S1
Happy Passover
To Our Friends and Clients
JERRY STARR,
Realtor
10535 So. Dixie Highway
Phone 665-1161
Mora than 8.688 persons viewed aadent Israeli mosaics and con-
teni|H>rar\ handcrafts featured in a reeeut Kio do Janeiro exhibit
oaspsnssred by the Israeli Embassy and the Insdtvto BrasUeiro
-liiil.iu'o << Collars Drruhjacao, "sister" organisation <>r the
American Jewish Committee, First on exhibit at the Galeria
< ixilha. it was later displayed at the Museum of Folklore, where
it was a highlight of a "Week of Israel" that also featured lec-
tures, slides, and lilnts on Jewish traditions.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
YOUNG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
Happy Passover To All
HARRY'S
KOSHER MARKET
1053 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 531-9808
Happy Passover To All
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
10102 N.W. South River Dr.
Medley, Florida
PHONE 888-8535
Holiday Greetings From ..
Coral Park Discount
Pharmacy
Prescription Specialists
9722 S.W. 8th Street
Miami -221-0353
TO ALL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DRAKE
PROPERTIES,
IXC.
Harold Sehres and
Sheldon Leider
Stuart Sehres
200 W. 21st STREET
Hialeah
TU 5-3831
Holiday Greetings
FINEST QUALITY FOOD
BUFFET CATERING
UPTOWN
DELICATESSEN
Hot Corned Beef Pastrami
Cold Cuts Appetizers
Home Made Specialties
7438 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
Phono 866-7077
Happy Passover To All
JOB WKLTH
MOVING A STORAGE
DAILY trips, Cocoa, Orlando,
Tampa, Keys. Local, long
distance low rates.
Vault storage.
Ph. 635-2461
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
SAM NEVEL
Realty and
Associates
8526 BIRD ROAD
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone: 226-6911
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
MR. MARSHAL STERN
FAMILY
DRUGS
18100 N.E. 19th A/enue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1131
PASSOVER HUONGS

TO Ml...
'BuiFSTREAM
HALLANOALE, FLORIDA
HOME OF THE FLORIDA DERBY
James Donn, Jr., President
MELANDOR NURSERY
15721 N.W. 7th Avenue WI 7-6971
U.S. 441 South of New Golden Glades Interchange
(Open Daily & Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed Wed
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
3544 NORTH MIAMI AVE. PHONE FR 7-3214
HAPPY PASSOVER
Go where the Experts are .
Ziebart Auto-Truck Rustproof ing Co.
Stop In Today or Call for Appointment
250 N.E. 61st St. 754-4271
Passover Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
BEATRICE LA VERNE
DANCE STUDIO
1017 -96th Street Bay Harbor Island
728 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Daisy's Originals, Inc.
6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
RENATO LEVI, President
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
Distinctive Men's Wear
NICE SELECTION SHIRTS and SLACKS IN ALL SIZES
Including a Smart Collection HOURS DAILY
SHIRTS size 14 to 20
SLACKS size 28 to 50
9:30 TO 6:00
MON. and FBI. TIL 9
Mr. "6" Men's Wear
718 LINCOLN ROAD MALL


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+Jmis*nark3ian
Friday. ^ ,?
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
301-311 Washington Avenue
1140 ALTON ROAD
Wishes To All Hs Members,
Worshipers and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
I Alt SHMAWMU T. SWItSKI MM ftAHK, FrttU-1
AAttOH tOWm, Vkt t ft. *0t*i$ KVAT, Viet fr.S.
HMP HMHT, Vk. Prei. Matt SCMUITZ. Vice feat.
IMS. IONS SAiDs, Financial Sety. **. G. MfCNANIC, Treasurer
H4VfY mOlH, Scy-
THE RABBI. CANTOR. OFFICERS and MEMBERS
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.V. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings To A;: Their Members and Friends
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
WILLIAV DRUCKER
President
ALBERT ZISMAN
Chairman of thr Boaro
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
TEMPLE BETH TOY
PASSOVER GPfn7NGS FROM...
TEMPLE ZION
An Einstein Definition For Who Is A jJ
B> PHILIP SLOMOV1TZ
In the process of handing down
the variety of opinions on the
question of Jewish nationality in
Israi 1. the president of the Israel
Suprtmc Court. Justice A. Agra-
r.at. made some comments that
may, historically, serve as Riiidc-
lims in testing the backgrounds
ol Jews by claiming their people'!
heritage.
Nut a religious Jew by any
arts, Mr. Justice Agranat n> v< i-
theless hand that might well have been the
viewpoint of an Halakhic Jew. He
"In th. history ol the Jewish
l opli racial-national eh mi nt
and the religious unkj encss have
!. n fusi *'. and an inn parab
I .... N en tk -l tween >'< se
two i U n* nts.
Ji wish ; o| le, during its
1. ng historj and ;it least up to
I i .) s, has boi m a i i-
lional n ligious characti r.
Tht tradition ol the H
law which spi i ifw that in I
itat a a child bom of
-is d an iag< '.iK. afti r the
..- (th< r, n il- cts i< cognition >(
i ract that thi .' wish i- ople is
a nati is i Mit; an I
< mphasizes that according to the
Jewish historical conception, the
elrmtnts of nationality and re-
ligion are inUrtwirxd and insep-
arable ."
**
He wrote much molt- but these
are the oaarntlSaV and they haw
i. significant impact on our time
and our thinking. But they arc
certainly not new ideas: they arc
distinct only in th directness. Related to the views
of historians of the past ami the
^r> at Jewish personalities ol our
time, there are links that empha-
size the regulations accepted
through the ages that remain in-
delibly a pan <.i accepted Jewish
u aditionalism.
Mi this soon- it is worth draw-
h g upon the thinking f
iht greatest Jews ol a!! time, from
ttv unit isb point ol viev Dr
Aii> t Einsti in, dui ing ti:< tragic
yi ars of Hitl r's < i -- nee into
I owi rtly befon World W .,-
in the i i kod wh< n there
...!- still tint) to stop the Nazi
ii alt w ith the qui ition of
ii a J' v. .'' it was
siderabl) before tin era when the
di bati m Who is a Jew ?" bt i
to ragi.
Th-- :-i. nt srn ntisl had
t, I s '. t'.lt I. I )-
characteristics ,f thf
group?" h. aaid \vh. *
** !>. baJew'Tlai!
quick answers to ,^ '
Th. most obvious in_J:
: 4 Ju is apena*^
the J. wish faith, t
taractcr ol this Braver?
recognized l..
parallel. Lit us ash rv .
What is a ,,>!> An anSuTB
lar in kind to ih( pn^v...
might l. A sni il is at
habiting a snail shell Wall
i- not altogi th i incor-al
bi sure, is it exhaust
snail it* II ha j
i tin tnati JJ
snail. Similar!
i but on
i rodui
It is. furl
snail cai i< ,
tb ni. I
J< w :> ions i
t'.i forma |
in a sin.ila ;;
a .1
.. .
| I
tributing ivM
1 i" I : '
'.1
'-'' l
< onl l.ir- .1
!...
Best Wishes for a Happ> Passover
from
Temple Sinai of North Dade
No'ih Dade's only Reformed Congregation
RALPH F. KINGSLEY STANFORD B. COOKE. M.D
Rabbi Proaidenl
Com] ..r.c-'.s
c:
MR. AND MP.S.
JOSEPH Ul
BEST V. "
HAPI
Located j1
227 Se.bed li


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^XV^l LIVX. Miami, Florida
X 119 N.E. 79th STREET


-y, April \% 1970
*Jet*isf> fkridiar
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6 6 d d 6 QMWv
Jcvnplc C^
mctnu
- Extends Best Wishes for
a
Happy and Joyous Passover
Dr. IRVING IEHIMAN, Rabbi
SAMUEl N. FRUW.AN0
Chairman of the Board
JOSIPH COHtN
President
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes for a
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN and OFFICERS OF
Sky Lake Synagogue
Extend Wishes for a Happy Passover to All
ABE PANZER, President PAUl VENZE, Vice President
RABBI JONAH E. CAPIAN
TEMPLE ZAMORA
RABBI and MRS^MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy PASSOVER to the
Mi nbers and Officers of the Con-jrepation
and its affiliated organizations and the
Greater Miami Jewish Community

ricippu f~ assover Jo ~>~t(1
.z/fhxaudcr ^JYliiss cSd j!5o/i^ vYnc
Ocrtcotfrf 'Jowcr? w \orth
^cocotist Jcwcr* (A/est
,i \Jl\c *U *'**' / '''"" Jj


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+JmistncriJian
Friday, Aprj
. tt
State Representative
Gerald Lewis
11 isnes J he sZ*ntire
friend* && ^c,y
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PERRINE, FLA.
Phone: 238-3535
CHATEAU MOTEL
19)15 COLLINS AVENUE
BEAU RIVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
$
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
THE JEWELRY STORE OF TOMORROW
KINGSLEY JEWELERS
AND DIAMOND BROKERS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
FROM
MR. AND MRS. NATHAN HOLTZMAN AND EMPLOYEES
513 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 538-4244
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
WHKELEH-W 1IKI K. MMC.
3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PI I 8717
JACK WALKER. President
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
NU WAY REFINISHING CO.
436 S E. 10th Court, Mislead, Fla
Phone 888 7492
Passover
Quiz
Box
B\ RABBI SAMUEL I. POX
t)Why i* it required to dip
twice n I'assoviT e\e at the
Seder?
ASome consider this question
t,. refer i" the dipping >>i the bit-
i, r herb into the "Charoset" and
the parsley in salt w iter. Some
, aim that the parsley is dipped
twice into the salt water.
Thr reasons an- varied. It is
claimed b) some that this as well
as many other Ntags during hte
Seder cesemony is done to arouse
the curiosity of the children.
Others say thai each "f the two
dippings has a different connota-
tion, one dip commemorates the
redemption from Egypt during
which the Helm us were ordered
to dip the hyssop into the blood
of the paschal lamb. The second
reminds us of the brethren of Jo-
seph who dipped his tunic into
blood in order to have the father
believe that he was attacked by a
wild animal.
Q\Vh\ do we lift the Sadat
plate when we recite "thfc is the
bread of affllrtl" t the Bads*
table?
A Again some claim that thi-
i- dun.' to dramatize the rituall
(i the evening so as to arouse
the interest of the children. Fur-
Happy Passover To All
SURFSIDE
PHARMACY
9500 HARDING AVENUE
SURFSIDE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 446-2513
LOU COLE
DESK
EXCHANGE
Phone NE 4-4024
New and Used Office
Furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
A Happy Passover To Ml
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
PHONE FR 4-8181
840 Biicayne Blvd., Miami
A Happy Passover To All
VENETIAN NURSING ft
CONVALESCENT HOME
F0* 411 TTP8 CASK
1330 NE Bayihore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
MR. ANft MRS.
NATHAN K. SPKT0I
Administrators
Mrs. R. Cook, R.N.
A Happy Passover To All
CLARENCE'S
ATLANTIC
Service Station
Complete Auto Repairs
Free Pickup and Delivery
1200 N.W. 119th Street
Phone 688-3386
therm,,,,-. It ,
matzohs wen

Plat-,
rasd i
when referring di>
bread oi
plateaothati "*J
whal ,,.
Others contend i
bta words: n, lmsJM*
. V.
13:7). Th, M
i'..s vers : |
wno wen
1 gypl wh, m G id latw
high." Raising the plat,
fi rrlng to in
iwi thai w< u
Irom our affliction.
HWh) i> il thai th, h*|
PaalDM are r.,it.,| hil^ u.J
mam seated during th* *A
while the Mine HalM ^
require us i<> tttan uht-n
are recited In lac uingrrnti
In the iyn ig, wkn c
Psalms an pan ,,,.,,
s< nriee, the congressim |
quired to stand liki
uk mam bud) i i .
Some eonti nd that
p, ciallj wees | J
t.'ition of !'., H ,;,,.] ^|
the s< i \ i .. A
tent ot th' IN.i ._.[
"Praisi Hin -,1
( iintiiiin el mi |'J, j;i.[,
BEST
WISHES
FOR
A Happy Passover
MIAMI BEACH
YACHT CORP.
1928 PURDY AVENUE
538-4365
538-7621
Holiday Gn
To A I
ANTIQUES and FURNITUtt
2700 N.W. 27th Avetut
Phone 634-2021
Passover Greetings From
LUDLUM
REXALL DRUGS
"PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS'
1601 S.W. 67th Avenue
West Miami
Phone 661-7097
Holiday Greefn-gs !<>>-
Jewish Community
STELLA'S
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Cowoem
Bay Harbor Island, Hi
Phone 864-3*11
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
JONES
GULF SERVICE
14005 W. Dixie Hwy
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 891-9025
Holiday Greetings
From
THE UNICORN
2957 Florida Avenue
Coconut Grove
Phone 445-0479
located in BeaiTitu.
Coral Gab'es
VILLA I ORTEl
MOTEL
4700 S.W. 8* She*
Coral GWh
445-5453
Holiday Gp^i'-.^3
SARBEY
Electronics
1933 N.W. 21slTi*
Miami, Florid*
ANN ARTS
COFFEE SHOP
Extends Best Wishes
13737 N.W. 7th **
Miami, Florida
Phona681.978


ay. April 17, 1970
+Jenisl fh>ridi'3in
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Einstein Definition For Who Is A Jew
Lttnued From Pa
Lhehata Israel hu" "a
..-,. it he has linned, remaina
,hcro is the question
L a Jew. who has become
trt to another faith, is si ill
legnsidrrrd a Jew. or does
L reconvert? It is accept-
t, a j, w who chooses to re-
b the I ilth tloes no! have
fcnveri
thb score Dr. Salo Witt-
, ol, emerges as an au-
to i reckoned with. In
tveSl volume in his monu-
I, |4.\-oiumc "A Social and
I... History "t the Jews."
lan.i Colombia U. Press). Dr.
deals extensively with the
I ,,- \> rii nces and the at-
E of Jewish communities to
I | ming" false Christians
invokes the rule formu-
|oy Maimoiades (who in his
i had himsell experienced the
of livinu in a community
By converted t.> another faith
1 ,,... j, worshipping an<>th-
ej God is like a Gentile in every
respect for a renegade t<>
another faith is like a renegade
toward the entire Torah."
During the debates on the ques-
tion of the partition of Palestine
at the United Nations in ISM", the
late Moshc Sharett (Shcrtok) was
confronted with a question re-
garding the acceptability of Jews
into the Jewish community and
whether converts to other faiths
would i' similarly accepted on the
ground thai once a Ji w always a
Jew. His reply was that a Jew
who abandons his faith abandons
bis claim to Jewishnoss.
An eminent Jewish historian.
1 rof. Israel Knox, certainly not a
leligious Jew, one who might well
l' judged a secularist, had an
answer that mighl well serve as a
guide in the entire controversial
discussion. His attitude is:
"To be a Jew is not dependent
on race or biology or a segment
i.i space; to l>c a Jew is to belong
to an ethical-spiritual community
Happy Passover To All
The Gardiner
School
140 NE. 119th STREET
MIAMI SHORES
754-7331
Happy Passover To All
CAHMEX
[Boaulv Salon
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach
.day '.'< ratings From .
LeBLANC CLEANERS
20923rd Street
MIAMI BEACH
534-4389
Hohdcy Greetings To -
he Jewish Community -
|fine Potato Chip Co.
^<1 N.W. 65th ST.. MIAMI
- 691-0231
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Mario Chuy
Beauty Salon
Phone 949-4106
359 N.F. 163rd STREET
|N0. MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
F:r the Woman Who Cares
in n community of memory and
imagination The agnostic or
atheist regards religion .is out-
moded or as a relic of man's
ancient past, but the convert re-
gards religion as the road to sal-
vation and as the repository of
supreme truth. For the convert
Judaism is a false religion or a re-
ligion that has been superseded, or
else it is no religion at all. and he
would i(|" ite Judaism sold) with
lace or territory They may
be good i iti/i Ms of Medina! Yisrael
of the state of Israel but they
have no share in the history and
culture and destiny of Am Yisrael,
ol the people that is Israel."
There is emphasis here that is
as much halakha as that of the
most halakhlc Jew. Yet the view
o. Albert Einstein must also be
considered as thai of one of the
most proud Jews of our time. He
lias been quoted as saying, "I am
sorry I was born a Jew. because
it deprived me ol the privilege of
choosing to lv a Jew."
Happy Passover To All
THE
VOYAGER
1433 N.E. Miami Place
At GOTLIEB
Phone 377-9302
HAPPY PASSOVER
MAGDA'S
BEAUTY SALON
1547 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
(Formerly Tanla's)
Phone 538-1923
IBIS FONSECA. New Owner
GREETINGS TO All
ROBIN PHARMACY
Utility Pymnt< I Money Ocdtrs
Free Delivery
9920 N. W. 27th AVENUE
- 696-1221 -
PASSOVER GREETINGS
and BEST WISHES TO ALL
Surf Strictly
Kosher Market
7432 COLLINS AVE.. M.B.
UN 5-0559 Bill Geller
GREETINGS!
DORWIN'S
MEN'S & BOYS SHOP
'Smart Shop 'or Young Men"
1574 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 532-4061
GREETINGS TO All
SIMS DRUGS
ClwpUU *l#l*ilt Sfvic
Su Pf Otli'o Tknon. tills
FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY
1090 E. 8 AVE., HI ALE AH
- 696-4711 -
HAPPY PASSOVER
CAROLINE'S
MASSAGE
STEAM
1519 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 538-1785
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Happy Passover and
Best Wishes To All
LABELS
UNLIMITED
3313 N.W. 7th Ave. Circle
Miami, Florida
Phone 633-8563
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kessler
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Free Delivery 912-71st St. 864-2618
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Phono 888-4661
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Miami Beach's Only Complete Photo t Art Supplier
840 West 20th St., Hialeah TU 7-5525
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Phone 754-251
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iireeiina* to the
.51 -WISH rOJIMIMTY
of Soulli Morila
on the
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fjewist Flcrkfian
Frid
aY' April 17
has year-round appeal
Like boats out of the past, with long narrow
prows arching upward, the Nazare fishing
fleet is pamted br.lliant blues reds and
greens Each morning the hardy fishermen
sail off to seek their livelihood When the
boats return at evening, thev are hauled
onto the shore bv teams of oxen which
have spent the day dozing on the beach.
27 day round trip, with 7 day stopover at
Lisbon, and stops at colorful ports including
Canary Islands. Madeiralsland.Venezuela, and
Netherlands Antilles Monthly sailings First
Class and Cabin rates This 21 750-ton Portu-
guese flagship is completely air-conditioned.
Sj/I round trip to Portugal and Spain on the
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS
CONTACT: SIDNEY RAFFEL'S
DuPont Plaza *Km
300 S. BISCAYNE BLVD. WAY
MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE; 371-1311
DR. and MRS. MILTON SANES GOLDMAN
and daughters Rose Hannah and Lynn Esta
533 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami loach
Extend Best Wishes for Passover
to Their Friends and Relatives
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL
ASSOCIATED ARTISTS
Suppll** for Artist*, Kiitrim-'TN and Architect*
Phone 373-3562
1822 BISCAYNE BlVD
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
TAYLOR-DUMAS FURS
905 LINCOLN ROAD
Phono 53B-54B2 Uv
books for young readers.
(ontinwd Krum Ha**- M
well as a paratrooper, gives ua
, vi -urn en .account of the paw-
troopers' battle for Jerusaleaa, the
City .'i DaviU." U MyjdaW nar-
i ition is accurate and exacting
I:,, was an active participant ill
ii' battle.
"The paratroop brigade," says
the author, "is the moat dedicated
of all the Israeli fighting men ind
v pvea i untrj with a burning
passion of patriotism. At times
the} are called upon to do the
impossibk and as thej proved in
the battle of Jerusak m thai Is
exact l\ what they d > The City ol
J. rusalem prepan d fevei tohly and
determined!} for a wai which, un-
til May 15, seemed far away. And
when the bombardment came, the
people accepted it as a matter of
e, urse, fought the enemy and aiil-
ed tiii soldiers In evacuating the
wounded, loading ammunition and
transferring supplies. But the real
heroes were the paratroopers who
< ntered the city and fought hand-
to-hand with the Arab Legion-
The battles on Mount Scopus.
nalres.
Ammunition Hill and elsewhere
are factually described, including
the rei. ntless cruelty and horror.
But the book tods on an inspiring
note as the Israeli troops reach
the Wailtni Wall the wall which
stood for thousands of vvar> as a
BjSBSbasfetN> unqtionehablf Jewish
faith.
Recommended lor young adults
as excellent reading ol the "now"
J, wish history.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PARHAM
DENTAL LAB
Specializing In
Gold and Porcelain
Bridgework
WILLIAM B. PARHAM
427 Biltmore Way
Coral Gables
Phone 446-7587
Happy Passover To All
M & M BEVERAGE
Dr. Browns Cel Ray & Flovors
Saratoga Mineral Waters
Saratoga Vichy Water
Mountain Valley Water
Poland Spa Spring Water
2 1 30 N.W 8th AVENUE
Phone 373-8123
Eitan Kassel and Yoav Moshe
"Prompt Day and Night Service"
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS-Phone PL 7-0606
McCORMICK BOYETT
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ALAN'S
STEREO
1954 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Tele 944-0932
GREETINGS
<.4H III \ftll &
ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
Ssecrafiiiag in
COMMf 1CIAL and INDUSTRIAL
RIAL ISTATE
6925 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Ph. 757-7631
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
COLONIAL ACRES
MOBILE HOME PARK
9674 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone 696-6291
Our Man in Damaarni bj rn
11. n Mana". < rosra l*ulli-.h.T>.
191 paces, 8446.
TtW "|\ from Israeli t> Ben Uan.
VoOeartlne-Mlteaoll. 818 page*,
B4J6.
Two books dealing with th.- re-
i. aikahl,' story ol F.lif Cohn. I-
rael's greatest spy. Both i.>Kn
claim to be a Mnow-it true account of this courageous
and remarkable man. s/hose dra-
matic action an>l resourcefulness
made him of Invaluable aid to th.-
Israeli Army during she Six-Day
War of 1967.
Kite Cohn prepared Ion? and
carefully for his carver as a spy
tor Israel. He posed as an Arab
while living in Argentina, and was
so successful in his early missions.
HOLIDAY
SPORTSWEAR
Wishes All Their Good
Friends and Customers A
HAPPY PASSOVER
537 N.W. 24th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 379-2771
HAPPY PASSOVER
STAR TRAVEL
865-0357
220-71st Street
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS TO
All VY FRIENDS "d CUSTOMERS
.... (torn JUUUS KESOfN
J t J DRUG DEPT. STORE
"CaSSstSM Drug Department"
1410 N. W. 62nd STREET
- 691-2001 -
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Communitv
SOL WIGUTOW
ELIAS DIAMOND
CUTTING INC.
117 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone FR 9-7397
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community From
"GALLERY 3"
Featuring Original Graphics
by ISRAELI ARTISTS
FRANK SMIK, Jr., Director
12426 W Dixie Hwy
Phono 751-2091
deceit
. .- I
andK
itar>
",a. I
: "'" '-Ti'ttaa
1
effort, but |
Israi
land.
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Holiday Greetings..,
M'XILAM
PUT SHOP
Salt Water Fish Aquariumt
Tropical Fish. Manktn
Puppies, Hamsters.
Parrots, Eft.
11429 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 235-1821
Mr. 1 Mr--. Gilbert Mul
OF THE
KEN HOTEL
EXTEND BEST V. 5*
FOR A
A Happy Passovef
Holiday Greeting Ts*
FOURTEEN
K SHOP
1650 Meridian AvW*
Telephone 53U267
Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings'oa;I
Our Friends and Patron*
Fenton & Mush
REALTORS
529 Arthur Godfrey
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 84)631
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Phone 888-2634
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Miami. Honda


ay. April 17. 197C
fJenisti thridian
Page 13-D
}assover Quiz Box
Utonari ** "
. w thai ^'an*1 ln tn0 Housc
L Loi-d" iPsalnn 135:1, 2).
iMkr at home is by compari-
l ,u,., 0r ritual that takes
at the table around which
customary to sit, especially
, ., is associated with the
Lrrmeal. Sitting at the table
respectable as standing in
.,,:._ since that is the
| osture foi" those who
i the table.
.Win i- 'I ht one i for-
, to ilrink am thine >"t
.,,,, drinking the four
. ,vin< >' the Sedert
thai this is so
I u come drunk
ifti the Seder
. .. dicated to the
- \. Laws ami
: FCxodUS from
n wiro tlian
,fti r their meas-
nplctcd might
at I. asl drowsy
. b> ing occupied
i further inten st
,i j or its laws.
thai this practice
a w t the
would be pro-
. nough wine for
thr four cups on both nights of all Jews arc forbidden to indulge
the Passover < i.e., eight cups in in any drink but water after the
all). There is a danger, in the case four cups have been consumed on
of a poor man, that he might in- the eve of Passover. Since this re-
oulgc in drinking extra cups of quirt ment was set for the first
wine after he has completed drink- night, it already applied to the
ing the four cups on the first night second night, so that one variety
and thus run short of wine to of practices would not lead to con-
f.ilfill the quota of four cups for ,.lsk)n uh(U. opc mjght drink
the second night.
r
As much as possible. Jewish tra-
more than four cups on the first
dition tried to equalize the rich "-'ht thinking it was the second
and the poor, ami so, claim some, night.
After 1 xears in the I.S. Marine
Corps, Leonard Karl Kribourg has
been promoted to th- rank oi Brie-
ailii-r Generalthe first Jewish
marine on active duty to attain
this rank in the 50 years, accord-
ins; to tin- -twit's Commission on
Chaplaincy. Gen. Frlbourg, who
has been decorated 11 times, is
now serving as Aasistannt Division
Commander of the Thin! Marine
Corps in Southeast Asia.
|Mr.t Mrs. AlH. First
and Family
Dr. and Mrs.
Wiiiiam B. Cooper
and Family
r. & Mrs. Allen Baumal
and Family
(heir relatives
and friends
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MARTIN'S PAINT
& BODY SHOP
JAny Size Truck and Trailer
IPainted Wrecks Rebuilt
(mplete Mechanical Service
2331 N.W. 62nd Street
Phone 691-8411
A Happy Passover
To The Entire
Jewish Community
J&M
JAR3ER SHOP
5504 Harding Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STOBS BROS.
Construction Co.
J.ROBERT STOBS, St.
1*010 N.E. 4th Court, Miami
** 7t1.INI
0t&f\ZA M s'
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
DANNY'S
RESTAURANT
9489 Harding Ave Surfside
Phone 866-2263
lay Greetings :
SANITARY
FISH MARKET
FRESH FISH & SEAFOOD
Phone:531-6481
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
RICHMOND
HEIGHTS
DRUGS
14638 Lincoln Boulevard
Miami 235-3551
HAPPY PASSOVER
HOWARD
RICHMAN
PHOTOGRAPHER
1071 N.E. 79th Street
Miami 751-5451
Dr. and Mrs.
FRED WITKOFF
and Family
WISH THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS A
HAPPY PASSOVER
Happy Holiday To All
EVELYN'S
BEAUTY
SALON
7990 SAV. 97th Ave., \
ne 235-3827
Best Wishes To '.'.
Customers and
Future Customers
PAPA'S
SELTZER
(only Plastic Coated
Seltzer Bottles)
Free Home Delivery
2110 N.W. 8th Avenue
Phone 373-1536
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
MELVIN S.
RICHARDSON
REALTOR
1232 Normandy Drive
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-5607
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
A. D. SMITH
REALTY CO.
260-96th Street
866-9755
Surfside, Florida
Holiday Greetings From
CLEAN TOWN
COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY
1255 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Tel4-915S
"
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BERNARD UTMAN11
ONE HUNDRED BISCAYNE BLVD., NORTH
MIAMI, FLORIDA FR 7-2761
MAS
ACHUSETTS MUTUAL Bv^fl
C*mpy. SjwiiajjkWa', Mtimku%ttt / *g*n.;'d ItSI ^^pA
GREETINGS...
WEBB CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY
WE HELP BUILD GREATER MIAMI
INDUSTRIAL SPECIALISTS
1300 N.W. 17th St., Miami, Fla. 33169
Ph. 624-8434
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
MR. and MRS. JOE MALEK
AND SON, ADAM LLOYD MALEK
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
A vERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
from
The TRUSTEES, ASSOCIATES and PHYSICIANS of
North Miami
General Hospital
1701 N.E. 127th STREET PHONE 757-6281
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 'st Street
1HEAXFAST LUNCHEON D1KNEB
Musi: Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 AM.
Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733
Passover Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
TARTAR'S OPA-LOCKA DRUGS
401 Opa-Locka Blvd. Phone MU 1-3122
BEST WISHES FROM .
KANES MASTERBILT FURNITURE CO.
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
5851 N.W. 35th Avenue
633-0542
Passover Greetings From .
CORAL .GABLES LINCOLN MERCURY
**" "1001 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables Phone 445-7711


Page 14-D
y knitl- fhrkU^n
^ay. Apm
srr
mK
Best Wishes To All For A
Happy Passtner
NATIONAL BRANDS
and
STATE BEVERAGES
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
333 N.W. 22nd LANE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TROPIX
TOGS INC.
GREETINGS TO ALL
CHALLENGER MARINE
CHRIS CRAFT
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD at 133rd STREET
947-4472
To All .. Best Withes for the Holiday
Tropical Paper & Wax Company
9500 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Wax Pa pei, Freezer Paper,
Delicatessen Paper, "Tropical"
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
fEJIEllAN CABINET SHOP
PAUL SCHAFFER, Owner
193 WEST 24th STREET Hialeah TU 5-1852
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HiM5S PLUMBING CO.
6787 SW 8th STREET
PHONE 661-6406
Extends Holiday Greetings To All
Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
MANNY'S RESTAURANT
SANDWICH PANTRY SHOP
1657 Meridian Awe. ^nlami Beach
MAX PULVER, Owner -' 582-2974
H
Passover Restrictions In The USSR
( ontinurd From Page S-l
Moscow eburctae*. when- candles and waferi
for communion were sold openly and no one
had hitherto charged the church leaden with
speculation and ilk-gal trad.-.
All these arguments smallest influence <>n the decision >>f the
court, however. Three f the aecuaed were
louiKi guilty and sentenced to prison teroM
ranging from 6 months to a year; the fourth.
m invalid ( 82, was released on grounds of
age.
Though toward the end of 19o4 and begin-
ning of 1865 local organs substantially soft-
ened the administrative measures regulating
the baking of matzoh, t!* now policy was not
applied evenly in different places; a great d<%al
ippar ntl> depended on the individuals im-
plementing the orders received from above. It
was natural for Jews in all cities to concern
themselves with the timely procurement of
the flour and the preparation of special bak-
eries; this depended primarily, "f course, on
tlh- lot ..1 aufhoritii i,
According to the data on hand, in 1903 four
bakeries In Moscow prodiuvd around 4.000
pounds of matsoh daily. The Indispensable 11-
., rises for the baking of matzoh wore also re-
ived In Leningrad, Odessa and Riga. The
Jean in Kiev. Kharkm .,, Mlnsk
and in individual local lie, ,h J*-
publlc who tried to organize ue lS
matzoh, continued tocom. .P a.,,_ >
of dift.cult,eS. Though nothtogbSS
1,1 '**; '- .**?
some amelioration in the .,,,,,, .-
Jewish population with matzoh couL^
served. According to available report?]
th. Jews did not experience diffcurfa,
respect to supplies of m itzoh.
Tlie ordeal of re e*Tyhaii_
been going on now [0, anj .. '
|ust because of this that )
rating that a substantial nuctai
Jewry has maintained itself in ibe S
UrUOfl to this day. obsi rvlng th<> jirvsc
rites, evoke a feeling ol profound
it is even reported that idmosi
there are young Russ n J< wi
Union who. despite ill obstacles, hat]
((Hired a quite m rious kn '.:.!,
domain of the Talmud and the iraditkinali
hture.
It bt partlcularb import int to no
during the most difficult yean ihe
Jews turned to their rabbis for the MQ
of questions touching on the npph
.1 wish religious law to -.- I
FLORIDIAN PEST CONTROL
659 N.W. 115th Street
WE WISH TO EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
BANNER DELTA TIRES
THE FOLLOWING STORES TO SERVE YOU-"
3621 S. Dixie Hwy
52S5 N.W. 27 Ave.
820 S.W. 8th St.
75 N.W. 36th St.
(Miami)
5930 S. Dixie Hwy.
So Miami)
301 NX 167 St.
(N. Miami Beach)
17615 So. Dixie Hwy.
P< rrin.
3870 L 4th Ave.
Hialeoh
2209 N. State Rd. 7
W Hollywood
- Holiday Greetings -
- To The Jewish Community -
TOBY'S CAFETERIA
MR. and MRS. IRVING B. KAPLAN
COMPLIMENTS OF I
FLORIDIAN
PEST
CONTROL
270 N.E. 21ft St.
FR 1-6904
Happy Passover To .Ul
from
StANlEY lOtNSTUN
Seminole TileCa|
4634 S W. 75th Avwut
276-8311
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
TIPPY TOGS OF MIAMI, INC.
2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph. 371-662a
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
THOMAS D. O'MALLEY
YOUR METRO COMMISSIONER
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE. 635-7507
Mr. Jim Itvtnson
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Uncle Eric's Happy Town
The Stare Where 3m Umjsuol it Usual Imparted and Domestic Tav*
2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phono 444-0470
Happy Passover To AII
PRKSS
1445 N. MIAMI AVENtf
FR 43SI7
HOLIDAY GREETINGS |
Couiitv Boltl
Has (o- <
1234 N.W. 7ftti Street
Phone 693-3921
Fr#
Holiday G.eet:nqs
.sirii/v^1
sm)FS *m
Cutler Rid9eSh0PP^'
,HMir*deM"


Apr- I7-
1970
*Jew isti fkridliiciir,
Page 15-D
; ihe age-old tradition lias nol
:. r even in the grueling condi-
I c reality.
jew* living in the Asian part- of the
rtavc preserved their traditional
i i greater degree than their
.11 Russia and the Ukraine
.... noted that after Stalin's
so-called liber iliz ition era,
. openly attended prayers
Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev and
1962, 10.000 persons gather
,1 Moscow synagogue oi
1963 the number climbed to

... i: French i*>liticil leader
. h. who was In Leningrad In
i many thousands of Jews
igogue on the day oi fait. In
>l many thousands of young
, ... ihe streets and th.- square
iscow synagogue In order to
: i Torah. Accompanied by
ari mg Jewish songs and dai
, th -i'' Judging by the press re-
!' thing took place in Leningrad,
kj it cities. It should kn' taken
I hat none of these young people
ir girls had attended Jewish
- hools, and in all likelihood their knowledge
"i Jewish tradition was very limited.
How then could it happen that, in spite ol
the atheistic training, in spite of the prevail-
ing mood of he public, this ttti; toward the
age-old Ji wish way of life has been preserved
pvi n m the younger generation of Russian
Jewry? A future historian will have to study
illuminate this remarkable phenomenon
Bui we, ik contemporaries, can onlj register
those facts testifying to the creative
forces thai have been thrusting themselves ti>
the surface and thai under free conditions
will exerl an influence on cultural formation
i:u-. .n Jewr> in post-rcvolutionarj Rus-
- ,in society.
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Conger Life
iurance Co.f Inc.
\"V.S LEGAL RESERVE
NSURANCE
Including
Hospitalization
Health
Accident
i29 NW 35th ST.
NE 3-3278
; :..ssover To All
ALLES
?utheast Corp.
f345 West 19th Avenue
Hialeah, Florida
Pfcene 822-0940
[day Greetings From .
KARNE ELECTRIC
>ng North Dad* Area
*i RmrMag n.w Work
tnti| Comm.rti.l
P0 N.E. 12th Av.nu.
North Miami Beech
?474)375
To All Greetings
TAMIAMI
PLUMBING
CO. INC.
Jame* b. Burejin
v'"9 South Dad* County
nd South Miami
SO. DlXlt HIGHWAY
**> MO 7-8831
JOSEPH COHEN of the
FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY
wishes to Extend Passover Greetings
to the entire Jewish Community
330 West 23rd Street, Hialeah
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
1 III PM.ACE FOR STEAK
& ii \ into is LOf AGE
1335-79th Street Causeway
Phone 758-5581
Shop Phone FR 3-4113
GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE
Contracting Repairing Appliances
John Sutherland
3S29 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami. Florida
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
PARENTS PIZZA
TAKE OUT FOODS "AT REASONABLE PRICES"
6743 MILLER ROAD Ph. 867-9209
1365 CORAL WAY Ph. 377-4141
Best Wishes To All For A Happy Passover
METAL TECH CORP.
1060 E. 33rd Street, Hialeah
Phone 691-4221
GREETINGS FROM
N. UHuis
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
UNIVERSAL FIRK ilBMS CORP.
3746 E. 10th COU*T
Phone OX 4-0950
H. A.EAH
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
... TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY .
~#r
BIG VALUE SHOES
301': LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
532-2840
1454 N.E. 163rd STREET NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
945-8211
TO ALL GREETINGS
CERTIFIED POULTRY and EGG CO, Inc.
iA Subsidiary of Sun City Industries, Inc.
SAUL ZALKA ft BILL WARSHAW
Restaurants Institutions Hotels Stores
* WE WHOLESALE *
BUTTER EGGS CHEESE POULTRY
41 N.W. 10th STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA Ph. 379-0675
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL...
Bill Flyiw's
Dixie Ribs Restaurant
15295 Sooth Dixie Highway
Phone: 235-3227
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
TERMINAL REXALL PHARMACY
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
24 HOUR SERVICE BY
JOHN STADNIK and
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
HAPPY PASSOVER AND BESTWISHE: TO ALL
ART EMBROIDERY & SCALLOPING CO.
2519 N.W. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Ph. 635-0130 Mr. and Mrs. Herry Cooperman
1001 /ORT BLVD.
To All... A Most Happy Holiday
HOWAKII S. Ill I l>l II
BROKER
Phone 371-8431
To The Enr re Jewish Community a riapp/ Passover
BRESSERS CROSS-INDFX
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
853 N.E. 79th Street, Miami
Phone 758-6787
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GLOBAL COAT ACT LEA*. 1AC.
BSTTc* VIS'ON THSU CONTACT LENSES
1250 N.W. STta AVENUE 6SS-3535
PASSOVR GREETINS FROV .
MR. and MRS. LOUIS ELLIOTT KATZ aid FAMHT
YUZABETM ANNE me MART TESESSA
is*o S.W. v* STteer


Page 16-D
vJeHlstfkridiir
Frid
aY' April
1-
w
LET ALL
WHO ARE HUNGRY
ENTER AN DEAL?
Joyous Seder to all from
MAXWELL HOUSE
The original Passover coffee
a
From the first Seder till the end of Passover,
no coffee means as much as Maxwell
House" or tastes so right. For the cheering
ta'am of this matchless coffee is as
constant as the joy of Pesach itself
a tradition along with matzoh in homes ail
over the land. Why not enjoy a fresh
' made cup, before you do another thing!
Certified Kosher Parve for Passover uy Rabbi Bernard Levy
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Best Wishes To All
Senator and Mrs.
Robert L Shevin
AND FAMILY
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Franklin Federal Savings
& Loan Association
124 E FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
National Freezers
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Coplan Pipe &
Supply Co., Inc.
312CN.E. 2nd AVE. 377-8161
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ichaid fves Jim Conwoy
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
22C1 N.W. 25th AVENUE
PHONE 635-4437
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
COMMERCIAL BANK and TRUST CO.
9301 N.W.7th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 759-6511
l2il^ m

The Heirs
Of The
Prophets
Must
Speak Out
By RABBI EMANUEL RACKMAN
Pa* Presidont. New York Board A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 Wh! Avenue
Miami B*jch, Florida
PHONE 531-0481
i: :
. ...
GREETINGS FROM"
Spradley, Riley and Slaughter, Inc.
FOOD BROKERS
3550 N.W. 60th STREET
Ph. 633-1426
Happy Holidays To The
Entire Community
ANDY FRAIN
SERVICE
940 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 532-4818
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 N.W. 60th STREET NE 5-1389
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
M IM I II OF MIAMI. IX.
335 N.W. 26th STREET
JAMES PINNA
Ph. 635-9497
RICHARD SALOMON
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BERGMAN'S EXCHANGE AGENCY, INC
8101 R.stayn Blvd.. Miami
Phone: 751-9765
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
o\ inuoi.r .1 III IM ws
YOUR SOUTH MIAMI JEWELER
7220 RED ROAO (Crossroad Bldg.) Ph. 665-2112
GREETINGS
Radio Itoetors
I IK*.
South Miami Coral Cabin
Southwest Section
RADIO & TELEVISION
SERVICE
10945 S. DIXIE BWY.
Ph. 661-8552*
A Happy Passover To A
PERFECT
Corset Shop
1755 S.W 8th STREET
Miami, Florida -;.
Your FIGURE Problem
Is NO PROBLEM vs
643-5946
Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ROSE SEPTIC
TANK COV ES'G>
8295 N.W. 93rd St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Medley, Florida
Phone: 887-5594
Best Wishes For The
Holiday Season
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4-8435
Holiday Greetings To Th
Jewish Co^rnunity
Oscar E. Dooly
Assoc. Inc.
Realtors
INCRAHAM BLDG
25 S.E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 377-8761


Friday. April 17. 1970
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How does this Passover differ from all
other Passovers? For me it will be different.
My problem '-this year will riot' be how do I
explain to sophisticated children and grand-
children the miracles that precipitated the
exodus from Egypt and how do I make them
believe that it all happened. Rather will I
ask: "Can anything less than God's cata-
clysmic intervention in history now stop the
mad march of the big powers to the destruc-
tion of all mankind? Can anything less than
miracles restore the pursuit of justice and
peace instead of the enthronement of meglo-
mania and lust of every kind?"
Our world is sicksicker them ever. The
Jewish situation, as usual, is only sympto-
matic of the universal malaise. Jews do try
hard to achieve their own redemption. But
every move they make only reveals the
hopeless depravity of the very nations who
can and ought to reverse the trend to sanity
and international morality. Reason is not
prevailing. Human life is losing its value.
The hearts of all the Pharaohs are hardened.
They are the prisoners of their own national
pride and are leading their hosts to a new
Red Sea of annihilation. Is not this precisely
the situation of which the Prophets spoke
with nothing less than God's overwhelming
intervention needed to bring redemeption?
Indeed, this is the heart of the Biblical
message. Mar^| righteousness is fdundifant- *
ing and God Wist intervene. The first lew.
Abraharrrytrie&to save not oflTy'nis'nephew,
Lot, but the cities of Sedom and Amorah. He
could not stay their bitter fate. And to this
day every visitor to the area is struck with
awe by the devastation that is still in view.
Abraham's descendants were later trapped
in an Egypt that knew not God. Again havoc
and death ensued on an indescribable scale.
Thereafter Jews themselves did not always
remember their Redeemer and His reason for
their redemption.
Though the survived as a people, they
suffered indescribably on most of the conti-
nents of the earth. However, when they
sought to fulfill the Prophetic promise that in
due time they would be restored to their
homeland, the id in most of the peoples of the
earth came to the fore again. The standards
of Sedom and Amorah displaced the virtues
that the Bible mandated. The Prophets' char-
acterization of Assyria and Babylon, Egypt
and Rome, are now applicable to all the
Powers that rule. Can a David possibly suc-
ceed against the many modern Goliaths
i( oiiiimi.d on Pace It-E)
Holiday Greetings To
The Jewish Community
BISCAYNE
SCOOTER
& CYCLE
MR. H WAREHEIM
14354 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 681-5823
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
JONATHAN TURK
Realtor
940 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BCACN
Phone 864-65 15
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Community National
Bank & Trust Company
COMPLETE TRUST FACILITIES
CHECKING ACCOUNTS
SAVING ACCOUNTS
SAFE DEPOSIT
LOANS
DRIVE-IN ANO WALK-UP WINDOWS
OPEN 8:30 A.AA. TO 4:30 P.M.
YOUR CONVENIENT
FULL SERVICE BANK
COLLINS AVkNUE AT Wrfi STREET BAL HARBOUR
Holiday Greetings To
The Jewish Community
Harold J. Segal
Realtor and
Associates
1688 MERIDIAN AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-8643
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
SAM NEYAL
Realty and
Associates
8526 B'RD ROAD
.. MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone: 226-6911
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
633-9661
L. STANLEY "BUDDY" BERENSON
And AuoctatM
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
GREENWOOD
REALTY
2661-A COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEAC, FLORIDA
Phone 532-4761
To All Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays
LANG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC.
Established 1939
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
PL 8-1009 PL 1-2878
573 N.W. 71st STREET
"We Cater To Parties" Phone 643"3''*
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PUNTY OF PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Kalian Cuisine & Pitta Ah Co-idifionfd 260 Siting Capacity
PORTOFINO
SENDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS
AT THIS SIGN .
. READY TO SERVE YOU
PERRINE-01TLER RIDGE BANK
FRANK ROAD AT HIBISCUS PERRINE
HAPPY PASSOVER
J(cJL
^'/PRINTERS
2134 NORTHWEST/MUM! COURT
ItTlttntSi AUD HinuoiAPht
RALPH SWANSON
374-8441
II i I'wivr 11 KioTimc hi t \up\ey"
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FROM CARL KAPLAN
Oliver Manor
Nursing Home
1255 N.E. 135th ST., N. MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
J. S. BLAIN, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
Selling Southern Florida for the Past 45 Years
807 Olympic* Bldg.
Dial 373-3255
SIEGEL'S of
CENTRAL
HARDWARE CO.
545 Arthur Godfrey Road
MIAMI BEACH 40, FLORIDA
WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
531-0836
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MISHAEL, INC.
Designers and Manufacturer of Fine Office Furniture,
Store Fixtures and Architectural Woodwork
175 West 24th Street, Hialeah 888-4262J


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MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
100 Biscayne Blvd.
377-8941
A Zionist's
Reply To
Those Who
Really Want It
Bv I)K. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
Member. Jen fcrt Acenoj Executive
< (M-hjiirman. World Zlonixt
( onfptlrr.ilion o( t.. ... r.l Zionist*
1 hero are thus, who niav doubt
tne wortbwWlpnrai JnfchZ
v:\al. The entin ,12,
'nfani >* upon thi principle tp-,
not only is the rig] | | ; ., .,h ,.,r.
\ .al unrhalN ,r^
a the righl of anj ,, ethnic
: ligloui gn ip, but t th,
Isii people ha
contribution I tion in toe
past, is making ii in
and can contl
thr future. As ,.. and
the pre* nl hist
Th. en dentiala I
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for the flit Tht- question (I | >,
v hi Ih<-r. to M
\ hich quality, J-
likely to i rsist
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I toe of itrai U is i
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. ipie is clear. \
brew Proph
Isl.H
' Israel
LOUIS BAIDA/
lper#i&ij vie.
using //
^otxiwill Ctdt Promotional Advrr
45?0 N.E. 2nd Avenue
P.O. Box 37-434
Miami. Florida
Phone: 754-5536
Visit Our Air Conditioned Showroom
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
CENTRAL TAXI
Independently Owned t Operated
AROUND THE CLOCK SERVICE
1613 Alton Rood Miami Bench
532-5555
.er Greetings to Entire Jewish Commu lify
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency .
Dodge Island, 1970 Port Blvd.. Building 4
DIAL 379-3401
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
GENE STETZEL INC.
FINE GRADING -ft- MONT END LOADERS
LARGE & SMALL DOZER SERVICE
TRUCKING
6901 SW 32nd STREET 221-0175
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MICHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITCHEN
-V PIZZA AT ITS BEST
OPEN 11 A.M. UNTIL 12 P.M.
Call Me Free Delivery
1242 N.E. 163rdSTREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 947-4911
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DADELAND MEDICAL APOTHECARY
Free Delivery Phone: 661-5309
WE WISH OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
KIM'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
LINCOLN ROAD at WEST AVENUE JE 2-9922
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE
AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
* CHARCOAL BROILED SPECIALTIES *
SINCE 1946
3890 N.W. 36th STREET NE 4-924*
1 Block West of Miami Jai-Alai
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM BEN KARP OF
ACME INDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL, INC
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
555 W. 18th St., Hialeah Phone 887 8922
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FOXY LADY BOUTIQUE
1732 79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
Phone 865-1016
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RED TOP
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
2206 N.W. 7th AVENUE SMALL JOBS OUR SPECIALTY
MOVING-STORING-PACKING-CRATING
Phone 371-4271 'Serving Miami Since 1917"
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
UNITED SHOE REPAIR
1627 EUCLID AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-5303
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO.
100 MIRACLE MILE. CORAL GABIES
443-4471
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Peiken Jewelers!
923 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMAI BEACH
531-0484
HARRIET'S BEAUTY
SALON
1455 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach
HARRIET MANN
Phone 5384000
Best Wishes To All
For a Happy Passowr
A Happy Passover To Al
JOHNNIE & MAC!
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Trick*
PaintingColor Jtockin
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fendet Ripd"
3647 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone 63W1SI
GREETINGS
Bly's Garage
GENERAL REPAIRS
ALL MODELS
232 SW 2nd Averw*
Phone FR l-6804_
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
ALLEN ORIGINALS
Dress Manufacture
1155 Southwest
6thStreet
Ph. 374-4304


Lay. AF11 17' 197
*Jenist ficrMian
Page 5-E
,,.,.,, t survive. Thus, the
LUvc condition is Indtopens-
I.v.n from the religious point
VL Thai the life of the Jew-
!ple must be informed with
,,, n-ottWnMi. -imivwurl'
alMj spiritual values, both
;,;,h,. .s and generative, la
torsi premise and a categorical
fcrative.
Ibis premise is accepted, the
- step in the thesis must be to
land bmwi r the question, how
11 w.jsh s irvival be best safe-
rded, and its optimum quality
,.i promoted.
lince the time when the "ghetto"
haw fallen, we have wit-
| | ., (r, nd which Indicates
, m the Di ispora, freedom for
j.u has' woften led to assimi-
L, |n ,. nse of extinction.
k. m,, kinds of asslmlla-
assimilation into Judaism
hing to Judaism, as
[ happens! In its confrontation
Greek and Arabic culture.
assimilation out of Jiulaism.
| |s s licide. In the modern
the latter has been the
common danger.
Mlectivi Kceptlohs have been
, is) s o( sell-imposed Jewish
lu as. These have served as "pro-
live feno s around the preser-
vation of Jewish identity. Yet. in
a modern world ol ever-growing
cultural intercourse, it would be
unrealistic to expect such a pat-
tern to become widespread or even
to hold its own. On rare OCcasiofK!
individual Jews in a general en-
vironment have sprung into full-
Mown Jewish creative conscious-
ness, but these were the excep-
tions which proved the rule.
Judaism as a religion, and the
Synagogue and Jewish school have
been Strong factors in Jewish sur-
vival and must be sustained. Yet
these preservative institutions
face a struggle in an environment
vh.re the forces of assimilation
are on the ascendancy.
Anti-Semitism in the context of
Western culture, has been another
factol making for Jewish continu-
ity. Even if one were to assume
that anti-Semitism is a "dybbuk"
which cannot be exorcised from
the body of Western civilization,
it would be questionable whether
Ji wish values growing in thai
rind of social soil would be the
best fruits which Jewish life could
pi oduce.
If the above premises are ten-
able, it follows that a Jewish na-
tional home in its historic locale.
where Jews as the majority, tak-
ing up the interrupted thread of
their ancient history and inspired
by their historic homeland, would
b: the surest means of generating
an autochthonous, normal healthy
Jewish civiliafflon, which would,
at the same time, provide healthy
stimulus for Jewish communities
everywhere. enabling them to
come out. not only unharmed, but
actually enriched from their con-
frontation with environmental cul-
ture. Indeed, the Jewish National
Home Itself, growing and develop-
ing in the midst of world currents.
would provide a stimulating ex-
ample.
There is no guarantee that the
(nations from Zion would be
worthy of the new historic oppor-
tunity. Zion too. must be con-
stantly and continuously aware of
its historic Jewish destiny and of
its fateful responsibility toward
the Jewish people everywhere.
Twenty-cne years of Israel's
statt hood may be invoked as tes-
timony that, by and large, this
sense of responsibility has been
felt anil exercised. Israel's popula-
tion, of course, has not been with-
out its deviationists. It has not
(Continued on Pate 7-E)
Happy Passover To All
RICH PHOTOS
18 SW 27th Ave., Miami
Telephone 445-3721
1600 West Flagler Street
Telephone 358-1632
Holiday Greetings
TO EVERYONE
from
MANNY MARCUS
RADIO TOWER
TV
822 5th St., Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-2231


\ Happy Passover To All
$. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I .
RmI Estate Appraiser
* Consultant
1407 Ainsley BJdg.
Phone 371-1639
A Happy Passover To All
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
EDWARD DON & CO.
1550 N. Miami Avenue
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ATLAS BOLT & SCREW OF FLORIDA
Rolfs Nuts Screws Washers Expansion Bolts
Steel Brass Stainless Aluminum
IRVING M. STERN
3675 N.W. 67th STREET MIAMI Phone 691-4351
A-VERY HAPP'Y PASSOVER TO ALL
RUTH AND JACK POPICK
Mechanic's Uniform Service
Sol Megdell
Realtor
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Mtone JE 8-8551
BARNARD
NUT CO.. INC.
'13 N.W. 36th STREET
PL 8-5553
BEST WISHES AND
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
2100 N.W. 1st AVENUE
Phone: FR 7-4631
Mr and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz
and Family
The four Ambassadors, 801 S. Bayihore Drive, Miami
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GOLD SEAL BAKERY
9449 MILLER DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
Phone: 2719001
Holiday Greetinqs From .
CARLSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
554 N.W. 54th ST. PL 9-5716

^Tjernie ^fjerhow
SALES MANAGER
of
SHEEHAN BUICK
ff ishes His Many Friends
JSest 'Wishes for a
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED
CALL FR 3-2191
For Dealer Merchandiser in Your Neighborhood
24 hour servlCE
BLOCKS CUBES
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
FlotiDA arVISIOM
931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191
Alto Hollywood anal Ft. Lauderdale
GOLDMAN'S KOSHER MEATS
1324 N.E. 163rd Street Phone 945-0361
Wt Curry Choice and Primt Maafs 0HIX
Under Supervision af United Koshrus tn'a.
NORMAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET
953 Washington Ave., Miami Beach JE 8-0221
5th STREET LIVE POULTRY
149 N.W. 5th Street
BARTON'S AGENCY
6701 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
DEAUVILLE HOTEL
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SEASON
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs. SAM LUBIN
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends and Patrons
ACE-RELIABLE AUTO LEASING
HARRY HOLTZMAN
1031 5m Street, Miami Beach Ph. 538-0421
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
I.OI II I OAST SEA FOOD
3875 SHIPPING AVENUE, CORAL GABIES
PHONE: 443-2511
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BARNES OPTICAL SERVICE
1629 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-3883


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Friday. April 17

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Alttcoi ckAxit Bu*ng F9ieNE ?na*vou
M"W oiFdrtf Oeo*luf*icCorp DONNELLY ADVERTISING
The Donnelly Way
OF OUTDOOR
ADVERTISING
Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in
MIAMI
FT. LAUDERDALE
Call 751-6641
5220 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
HAPPY PASSOVER AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
FARREY'S
SCKLAGE LOCKS
DECORATIVE HARDWARE
LIGHTOLIER LIGHTING FIXTURES
EST. 1925
7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE
754-5451
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACK SILVER
HERB BRODSKY
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
CLUB. RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS
UNION LOCAL 133, AFL CIO
AL GONZALEZ, Jr.. President
MORRIS G. DRAPKIN. Secretary Treasurer
121 NE 2nd AVE. Miami Phone FR 3 7603
Temple Aid Blind Through A Y-NA Y-
During August of 1969, a family came to
Temple Adath Yeshurun seeking assistance
for their son. who is visually handicapped.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, spiritual leader,
was able to secure books with large print for
the boy. who has only partial sight, and the
rabbi's daughter ottered to teach him He-
brew. But Rabbi Schlinsky didn't let it end
there. Realizing mat there were probably
others in the community with sight problems,
he spoke to Mrs. Murray Skup, president of
the Sisterhood, about forming a committee
to assist blind and partially sighted persons.
Mrs. Skup contacted Evelyn Welt*, and
by September, after many phone calls and
letters seeking information of use to mem, a
group was formed in September with Mrs.
Weitz as its chairman.
The committee was named Ay-Nay-Im.
(so that others may see) and it was decided
to work with blind persons or the partially
sighted on a person-to-person basis, rather
than teaching Braille or cutting talking rec-
ords Meanwhile, the boy was furthering his
education in a private school while studying
Hebrew privately.
During Mrs. Weitz' hunt for useful infor-
mation, she came across the name of Mrs.
Sam Sitt. who was born blind and is present-
m
ly employed by Temple Israel of Gr
Miami as a Braille proofreader Mir Ito"
her husband were helping to farm a Z?
of the National Federation of the Blind!
invited Mrs. Weitx and her eo^EfJj
tend its first meeting in John F KewJI
Junior High SchooL The invitation waTJ
cepted. and Ay-Nay-Im made asBis&iq fa
new group their own project for the year
The Sisterhood of Temple Adath Yeshunu,
has backed their efforts and recently sem
out letters to other Sisterhoods enlisting the*
aid in the project. Volunteers were soughu
for such tasks as reading, writing, providino
transportation for shopping, cultural events
and the like, mending and visiting.
When you give of yourself, they repor,
the one who receives the most is YOU!
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
f no-Thirty-Two Mirtclt Milt
Th* Doorway to
Fsshion at
III Fintil
Coral Cablei, Fla.
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MADDUX & COMPANY
Real Estate Sales & Service
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL ACREAGE
PHONE 226-9661
2190 S.W. 8th Street. Miami
A HAPPY PASSOVER to our FRIENDS and PATRONS
RENAULT
DIAMOND MOTORS
Tel. 373-5436
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Ill XIV. GAS I ORPORA I IO\
MOE LANGER
6394 So. Dixie Hwy., So Miami PH. 667-2533
LARRY MARKS A COMIM.W
MANUFACTURERERS DISTRIBUTORS WMOUSAU
WOMEN'S, MISSES' A WMKHti- MISSES, COATS A S4MTS
Marks IU| 120 N.W. 2.. Strati Mtaaai. fl.. Pfctae f-MSI
TO ALL GREETINGS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SUPER SERVICE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
3890 Bird Road, Coral Gabies
Phone 446-6752
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
RAE'S STATIONERS, INC.
253 MIRACLE MILE
Phone 445-3539
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
A Happy Passover To Ai
HERMAN
GREEN PAINT
& Body Shop
500 N E 167th Street
Phone 945-4912
2530 Ali-Babi Avenue
Opa-Lock*
Phone 685-5492
BEST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
SUNSET
PLUMBING CO.
6022 S. Dixie Highway
South Miami
A Happy Passover To Al
Snowbrite Co.
Roof Cleaning ft NMN
Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
GREETINGS FROM
CARPET MART
970 S.W. 8lh Street
LOUIS A MARY FLOWN
Owners
Phone 3794442
Happy Passover To AH
THE HACK FAMILY
MIAMI FOOD STORE
SS N. E. Mft Street
Phone FR 3-2038
Viatt Our Store on Jjjj['
"lays Payfc"


ridcy. April 17. 1970
vjtnisl) Fhradfiain
Page 7-E
A Zionist's Reply To Those Who Really Want It
((ontimi.Hl from Page 5-E)
,, without delinquents, erimi-
I anti-social elements-The
I p fat, li'>vv.vu. it, Unit
[ ,)l Medina! Israel,
from Ms beginning 21 yean ago,
... eonaciouxiK sa of the en-
;lim of its leadership,
iformed by an Idealistic
. in ose, in the midst of
i, for slier survival.
I(! (he other significant fact is
.,, has, indeed, strengthened
. bodj ;iis[>ora
.! wish will t<> live, it
led .1, wish survival
. and H has provided more
and meaningful content to
, wish d ication.
I,,.,, ire other significant val-
. .., l by the Jewish Slat.'
Lhich ii would be unrealistic to
; ish State is in a position
l> lore the United Na-
ts agencies, however
[ lined Uv w may by consider-
: il'polltik." to remon-
l. st injustices to Jewish
[ .- j and demand elernen-
: i hts wherever these
I hi m, while raising its
lh ntic Jewish voice,
i human rights and
k:t.i!
freedom for the oppressed and un-
derprivileged everywhere. These
lire functions which Medina) Is-
rael not only is in a position to
-fullilt-but =hes> indeed, fulfilled
with credit, sometimes to its own
political disadvantage.
Likewise, the Jewish State has,
in the brief period of its exist) nee,
< Ktended valuable and valued tech-
nical aid to developing nations, aid
end guidance far out of proportion
to its own size and age.
These are facts which no en-
lightened honest friend of human
progress can afford to Ignore.
One other primary significant
fact dare not be Ignored by any-
one who is truly concerned with
the lot of oppressed and under-
privileged. The fact that there op-
pressed and underprivileged hap-
pen to be Jews is no reason for
otherwise liberal and humanitar-
ian Spirits, to turn away from their
plight and their n< d. Israt I, by its
IrnmigratJenrPrORTam has. in these
'.1 years, tfavtil more than a mil-
lion Jews from the threat of po-
litical Mpression and economic
penury, and has given them fife
and liberty. Alas, that Medina!
] ael as not in i xisti ncc 20
y at s arlier to i xtend the hand
i i salv ation to the J> ws ol K n ope
A HappY Passover To All
j. & W. PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
To- Jay-Jim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
C. IN, KISTLER
COMPANY
445-1441
1414 CORAL WAY
Lowest Monthly Payment In
This Area on Horn* Loans
LOWEST RATES
No Mortgage Insurance.
Charge
GMfTINGS TO All
Not "Just Another" fating Ptac*
Kenny's Restaurant
Air Conditioned
Phone 374-4658
200 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Open 24 Hours
HOLIDAY GREETINGS -:
TRULY NOUN
Exterminators
Ask for Edith Zeltzer
600 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
377-1411 -*
Holiday Greetings
CONCORD
CAFETERIA
'921 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Phone JE 4-4883
when Hitler's shadow was already
In tin offing.
It is e> 'the
" New Left" oblivious
rations tn< h thi v I ':
b en menti ason-
able, i nlujht nid t of hu-
man freed ay be
1 m ''> 'I in take .....tn.
'I her.' is no i idi that th> se
considerations have b> en w< ighed
ia the seal. Ii is the .
imvasonal.it char eti i ol the op-
1 osition to Zionism and to Mi dinat
Israel, which raisi s a set lous ques-
tion as t.> whether they are open
t > reasoning. Kevertht less, the
effort to reason with them must
continue in the hope that i ven-
tuaily tin ii < i s may be un-
stopped.
Holiday Greetings To 1 he Jewish Community
AUTOMATED MEDICAL
LABORATORIES INC.
333 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 371-1969
x .
THE WIGGERY
100 GIRALDA AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 446-3388
Daily 9 to 6 Friday 9 to 9
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
GREETINGS TO ALL ..
EMERSON'S RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, OWNER
332 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Telephone: 634-9316
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PI If If I VI CENTER PHARMACY
645 Perrine Avenue, Perrme
Phone 238-3641
FIRST NATIONAL TRAVEL SERVICE
Anywhere by Land, Sea, or Air
.YWOOD BLVD. (!' Blk. W. of 1st Nat'l Bank)
2025 HOLLYWOOD
CALL: 923-8421
Best Wishes To All For A Happy Passover
ANTON BEAUTY SHOP
542 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 532-7630
Happy Passover Greetings To Al
TROPICAL BAR & PACKAGE STORE
616 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 531-9460
A f. |
Happy
Passover
To All .
DAVID STUZIN, Prei
CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVING
MAIN OFFICE: 400 KIALEAH DRIVE
PALM SPRINGS OFFICE: RED ROAD AT W. 49th ST.
Holiday Greetings
To All .
ARTHU
DAIRY
754-4521
GREETINGS ISAIAH 53
COCOXI'T UROYE
EMViAPYMEXT AGENCY
DOMESTIC HELP
CABLES S.W. SECTION Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
Phone 444-1631
103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Hours: 8 A.M. to 12 Noon 1 P.M. to 3 P.M. Mon. thru Friday
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVLR TO ALL
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
3725 So. Dixie Highway
SID FALK-BARNEY LANDERS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC.
5501 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Ph. 635-3066 Ph. 635-6650
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM THE
WEST SIDE NURSERY CO.
SOD SODDING
2391 N.W. 79th Street Phone 696-2261


Page 8-E
+Jenis*ntri(fi&r
FridaY- April 17
Wl
A JOYOUS PASSiE
5730

K>*.
Fesfivaf of freed
be a joyous
-

For Very Special Occasions
THE
f)lPL0MAT
tot mtmillllH coll 945-9371 in Mi:"i:, or W'A J-8111 in HollYwood
moilywooo-bv-thi.ua
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER T0 AIL
SHERMAN WINN, Vice President General Manage
-%
EXTENDS SINCERE
JIMMY PAYTON IARRY PASKOW
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF AT THE
HARBOR ISLAND SPA
ON THE 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO '
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach
HARRY MELAV.ED
Ph. JE I*"
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
FORTE TOWERS
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
\\< IIOK HOTEL
1587 Washington Ave.
HERMAN and ESTHER SCHWARTZ
531-03*
THE FORTE'FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
< AllllXO* inn IX
OCEANFRONT AT 68* STREET
MIAMI BEACh
Phone 865 7561


, April \1. 1970
>Jeisti fkridllari
Page 9-E
ER TO ALL.
0 6 6 6 6 4 6
.1
700 EUCLID AVENUE-531-1191
BELS i:iii:iu: iioni
843 EUCLID AVENUE 531-1103
ICITZ PLAZA IIO I II.
1701 COLLINS AVENUE -531-6881
MR. and Mrs. ROBERT JACOBS
SHORE TUB HOTEL
1901 COLLINS AVENUE 538-7811
Passover Greetings to The Entire Jewish Community
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE
JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
ja&m
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ivan hoe
By the Sea
Oceanfront at 101st St., Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
LARRY CLIFF, General Manager
For Reservation 865-3511
Th Air Condition** Metefl
MUM C010NT
lYfartituque
* Vt moth | root i
tDedt \AJi5he6 for a
Hilda & Bernie Wteder
Owner Mgmt.
OH THE OCUN AT Mtti STREET. MIAMI MACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
H Iday Greetings Ticm
KENMORE HOTEL
LOMBARDY
RIO
LOMBARDY HOTEL
LOMBARDY INN
63rd and COLLINS AVENUE
UN 6-7761
A HAPPY PASSOVER
From
SOUTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET MIAMI BEACH


Page 10-E
rjenist fkridian
FridaY- -=-?nl ;<,
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
CATALINA HOTEL
DORSET HOTEL
1732 Collins Ave.
1720 Collins Ave.
LARRY FRIEDMAN
NGS FROM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
piiomi-:v\i*: noi i:i.
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-5721
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
M iti < ov*i;i it isoi I I
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-7511
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74h STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 6-6231
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BEACHCOMBER RESORT MOTEL
FuMy Air-Conditioned # Free Continental Breakfast for Guests
Wl 5-6511 Ocean at 189th, Miami Beach
I' JLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-0534
HCLiDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HMMVIMIIMI MOTEL
16001 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 72684
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
DELMONICO RETIREMENT HOTEL
6393 Collins Avenue
ANDREA HOTEL
6393 Collins Avenue
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 945-6942
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO rftL .
Mimosa Apartfrients
4747 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
PHONE 532-6411
The Lubavitcher Rebbe. Rabbi Menachetn M. Schneerson, places a
a Seier Torah minutes after its completion. The Rebbe had ordered
of the scroll, begun in 1942 by his father-in-law and predecessor, RattT
I. Schneerson. several weeks ago. Upon the Rebbe's invitation,
200.000 Jews from all parts of the world registered their namesin (
with an old Jewish customas participants in the Mitzvah of wntaqi,
Tcrah. The ceremony, commemorating 20 years of leadership ci&evg
movement, took place at the Lubcvitch Center in New York.
Happy Passover Greetings
To All .
p cine
ian<*
Hotel
Directly On the Ocean
at 16th Street
531-0011
Spacious Convenient
v^tTM YliVI#i
Collins at 17th Street
A Few Steps from Lincoln Rd.
538-7531
NOW BOTH UNDER THE
NEW MANAGEMENT Of
IRWIN GOLDBERG
A Happy Passover To All
JOIININA
HOTEL
6985 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE BEST WISHES
FOR JOYOUS
HOLIDAYS
HOTEL
1671 Collins Ave.
JE 8-7211
Jack Muravchick
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS & CLIENTS
Alexander**
AIRLIM-S
AUTO
RENT-A-CAB
Ph. 634-8585
2699 N.W. 42 AVE.
LeJeune Rd., Miami

CARUSO ORNAMENTAL
IRON WORKS
MIUWOtK
OINAMENTAl IRON WORK
2732 N.W. 34th STREET
Holiday Greetings From
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 21731
Mr. Harry Weinberq
General Manaqer
Seymour Dresner, Manager
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
Holiday Greetinqs
To Our Friends and Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Happy Passover and
Best Wishes To All
PICCADILLY
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
A :: Past
CORONAEO
MOTCR
MOTEL
Ft. Walton Beech. F.a
Ph. Cherry 3-811VJ
BEST WISHES W
HAPPY PASSC.Li.
Sh\ I
ISLE
IIOIII
3001 Collins Avtf*
GALE
HOTEL
1690COLIINSAVENU!
GREETINGS 10
rtw*"lf
UOTEl
3940 Collins Ave""8
Phone JE 2-4541
S.ncere Bes< W**
For A Happy ***
To Our Fr e-ds
BERNARD CHARKO^
CAVAUER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN
DRIVE
Phone 531-76*1


April 17. 1970
fJenisii Fkridl,r
Page 11-E
commemorate the
iring spirit of
dependence

IHt
itional Hotel
and 1he
retzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
A Very Happy
Passover
EST WISHES FOR A
*Y HAPPY HOLIDAY
TAMPER
MOTEL
STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
ie Wl 7-6561
|JEFFERSON HOTEL
UMSth St.*. Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
'hone JE 1-1141
Happy Passover
-1 our Friends & Patrons
Best Wishes To All
Happy Passover
Broad moor
Hotel
750 Ocean Terrace
M'*mi Beach, Florida
Wion* 866-1631
THE PRIXCE MICHAEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
VICTOR HOTEL
Ocean Drive and 11th Street
EOXTAXA HOTEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
COLONIAL INN
947-4571
18101 Collins Avenue
ON THE OCEAN
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SARA FREDERICKS
AMERICANA HOTEL, BAL HARBOUR. FLORIDA
DIPLOMAT HOTEL, HOLLYWOOD BY THE SEA
PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ
and Daughter LORI LYNN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy Passover
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
THE BAROS FAMILY
AND
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
^Tyest vUishes tor a
Ucrxf BISCAYNE FEDERAL SAVINGS
& LOAN ASSOCIATION
Four Convenient Offices fn Miami
E. ALBERT PALLOT, President
MARCO POLO
Ajk&> HOTEl
"BK*~BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
19201 Collins Avenue
Phone 949-1461
PAUL HOCHEISER,
General Manager
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
in i vim nun i
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
A HAPPY PASSOVER
COPJKABANA HOTEL
3611 COLLINS AVE.- MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-5301
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
m i.ino no i i:i
Oceanfront at Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0811
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FOLR FREEDOMS HOTEL
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-9881
HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Phone 633-8411


Page 12-E
rJenirt fkrkifon
FridaY. April
/iisrowr fc/o ^Atll
GREETINGS TO ALL
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
460 S. Dixie Highway Corel GebUt
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC
^lALS
AUTOMOTIVE CENTER
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
Besf Wishes, Bud Tucker
534-2194

GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868. Greenleaf & Crosby
has been famous for its outstanding collection of gem
quality diamonds in traditional and modern settings.
TO ALL. .GREETINGS
II.%; PAPER A BAG CO- INC.
45 N E. 23rd Street
HARRY GENET, President
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FR 9 5653
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS 4 SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. PI 1 2889
ENNESS GARMENT to. INC.
JA0flCi
ENNESS GARMENT BLDG 221 N.W. 1st Court
Miami
Heirs Of The Prophets Must Speak Out
(Coiitiniiwl from P:)re Mtj
without the stunning, miracle-packed revela-
tion of God's redemptive power? The Six-
Day War was prejudge. Is the war of Gog
and Magog the only way out now?
Frankly, this Passover I am worried. My
commitment as a Jew involves me in a para-
dox. I believe that God cannot redeem us
without our being worthy of that redemption
and without our personal participation in it.
But I also believe that man is not the only
author of history. God too plays a very im-
portant role. I do not share the view cnce
entertained by many Jewsand new only
by a fewthat until God acts we cannot
change the course of events. Nor can I share
the view that man himself is the sole master
of his destiny. God has His purposes for our
existence and His Creation. He would have
heped that we could share His will and fulfill
the messianic dream. But as we fail. He
must intervene.
Every intervention ought to leave its mark.
But not always does it. Now it seems only to
harden hearts. Witness. Nasser three years
ago. Nasser today. But he is only the pawn.
What of the Soviet Union? Even Red China
wants to get into the act and establish ties
with Israel's enemy, El Fatah. Never in hu-
man rnstory were so many ravrvw/'l
hellbent on the destruction of one la ^1
Lne-up ls terrifying. It shows that tjM
supernatural dimensions is at work 1
hearts of many. If there were but c lit*
momentary sanity in the pfctm, e *P
would realize that the situation U JJjj
only a devil could have conjured Bui si
is no sanity and. as in Egypt lone ccro^f
as in the Six-Day War not so lcr,
f.-.iger of God must strike.
If I do not believe this, how shal I
But God does not want us ner*:7,l
pray for His intervention. For centunejj
was all the lew could do. The Propel
been more fortunate. They were able" toc
dress themselves to those whom God in
to warn. Thus Jonah spoke to Nineveh. I
Obcdiah to Edcm. And Isaiah, Jeremiah L
Erekiel to all the civilizations oi the I
Tigris and Euphrctes valleys. But after'
age of prophecy, Jews had to be silentiwl
could commune only with their Father|l
heaven and not with anyone else who*M
listen.
However, the age of the democracyS|
finally dawn. And Abraham Lincoln csU|
it "the last best hope of the earth." Jewjj
helped to fashion it and preserve it
ALFRED ARONOVITZ
AND
ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD
EXTEND THHR BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
25 W. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Greetincrs From
III VOM
Handbags A*uii
264MiracWMfc
Phone 44a-2tM
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
RACING AT BISCAYNE, FLAGLER
AND MIAMI BEACH DOG TRACKS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY. INC.
Donald Kaplan
Marvin Haven
Al's Service Center
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
WASHINGTON AVE. SUPER MARKET
1051 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
MR. and MRS. CHARLES REICHENTHAL
SI\SKT
HARDWAM. <,'
Paint and Building Suopfa
Pipes Cut and Ihrtjl
7050 SW 87th AVWl
Ph. 271-9641"
A Happy Passover To
COLUMBUS
Horn
BISCAYNE BO0lEVA
at
N.L1it*Tn
TO ALL GREETINGS
BAC CONSTRUCTION. INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
6095 N.W. 72nd Ave. Phone 886-0631
A Happv Passover
Josefs
Pastry Shop
Winner of 1st and h*^
Silver Medal* in *
Culinary AM Show a
M.B. Auditorium l1?*3
1098 NornnandyJ^
A Happy Passover To <
Le Bon Cleaners j
& Laundry
Irving tf*&*
955 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 374-511*


April 17. 1970
*Jenisti ncridm&n
Page 13-E
again they are able to speak, to ad-
L-jh, to warn.
n.,s as a Jew. I must doand do as
er before. None of us has the ancient
of prophecy, but we are the heirs, the
icendants of prophets. And their role we
isl play- '*
In France, in England, and especially in
, United States, we must speak up. We
ist speak with one voice. We must speak
* conviction. We must speak without fear.
,d we must make it clear that it is not our-
|ves alone that we seek to save, but all
| which is in as much danger as
[ We speak to serve humanity.
i he excuses that are being offered to
Ihe hardening of the hearts of those
[0 head the democracies are shorn. The
:; is their author. Not a sense of justice
- not even a sense of reality.
U the oil interests claim that the democrc-
musl be "even-handed" vis-a-vis both
uel and the the Arab countries, let us ex-
ise the lie implicit in the recommendation.
rce; was never favored by the democra-
s end never received aid comparable to
id been given, and is still being
er.. by East and West to the Arabs. Not
the United Nations, not in economic as-
not in military equipment, and
certainly not in the press or Christian pulpit.
If Israel is maligned because of the refu-
gee problem, let us counter with the boast
that no democracy, not to mention the brutal,
bestial. Communist countries, ever treated
its minoritiesIndians, Blacks, colonials, as
fairly and as decently as Israelis have
coped, and are still coping, with their Arab
citizens and refugees. Of course, war brings
its dislocation of many persons. Who more
than Jews were dislocated in the wars of
this century! But none of Israel's wars were
of'her making. They were forced upon her
by the very people who now accuse her of
inhumane behavior. Did not England engi-
neer the Wcr of Independence? Was not the
Six-Day War precipitated by Nasser? And
did not the U.S.S.R. and the United States-
led by Eisenhower and Dullesmake Nasser
the bully that he is? Where Jews are still
free, let ;hem talk like the prophets of old
without cringing and without apologies.
And what if Israel declines to return any
of the conquered areas? To whom do they
belong? To Egypt? Were they ever c part of
Egypt? To Jordan? Didn't Jordan seize them
from Israel in 1948 when Israel was be-
(ContimiFil on P;ise 15-E)
MR. LEO CIMfNT
of rfc*
lEPICTURtFRAMECO.
EXTENDS
Ia ns Friends end Patrons
;; GREETINGS
Compliments of
JERRY METZ
I.I & II AI'TO
URKCKERS
Wl 5 6351
2065 N.E. 151ft ST.
North Miami leach
Greetings From
/iirriV*, vjiic.
1825 BUcayne Blvd.
MIAMI
Ph. 445-6166
Happy Passover To All
WEBSTER HOTEL
1220 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 534-4628
A -appy Holiday To All
l ouiioii City
Mod's Shop
63 East Flakier St.
379-4806
TO ALL GREETINGS
NUTA'S MARINE
EQUIPMENT, INC.
"Through the Years Quality & Service
LOUIS NUTA, JR.
1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 633-6391
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone MO 1-5831
5850 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI
Greetings to Our Many Friends
and Policyholders
The Farrington-Maler Agency
1401 S. W. First Street
371-2682
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
andrew geller
exquisite footwear
Rothman's Shoe Salon
MIAMI BEACH
CORAL GABLES
FT. LAUDERDALE
BAL HARBOUR SHOPS
PALM BEACH MALL
AUTOMOBILE LOANS
AS LOW AS 4!/a%
MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI
950 RED ROAD (S.W. 57th Ave. near tha Trail)
Telephone MO 7-5661
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
OPERA GUILD OF
GREATER MIAMI
FT ishes All Our Friends And
Members a Happy Passover
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
COASTAL MERCHANDISING CO.
16295 N.W. 16th COURT, MIAMI
HOWARD PREUSS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE 374-1034
UNIVERSAL JET INDUSTRIES
599 W. 27th Street, Hialeah
Phone 887-5651 or 887-4378
Boulevard
Service
fhma I. ?. J-. *" Euei Hnaa
LicenW D/sptim'/ig Opricio/ii 30 Yeort BrMNMM
251 N.E. I4 Strttt MmI lll-IIM
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SUAYNE OF MIAMI I2VC
2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724
HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
EDWARDS PRODCCE CO.
1227 N.W. 21st STREET Ph. 374-6143
AAA LETTER SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
FR 9-0041
HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
Deiks Cobinets Choir* etc
53 HIAIEAH DRIVE HilK Fit, Phon TU 8 U79
GREETINGS TO AIL
"The MMI Modem in the Souih" MniUr.ng by
ITAXilXO PLASTERING CO.
450 N.W. 71st ST., MIAMI PH.: PL 1-2494
GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ROLFES OPTICAL DISPENSARY
2340 GALIANO, CORAL GABLES 445-7959


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rJenist fkrk/ian
Fnday, kn
Dr. John W. MHtto|
-re,ar> ,.. Vn^
< ht.reh | < min. T 1
ft the btnrellKtov Affalrs|.
AwerilMn .,..
lt..Mn,l \. K.arns, Jr Jj .
eral seer.-,.,,. the |.r;b^
"""s'" "" l ""...ni,;,| iSZj
l-Iions. .r. |1;ljriurn '
.onferen,,- ,, the n.le ol n^j
ndilp In the iu t.-.hn.w/J
marc than M fort* mr
srlmlnrs and theoltfh* p,
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BEUTEL'S SOLAR-HEATER CO.
TANKS BOOSTERS
COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS *
1527 N. Miami Ave. FR 1-1426
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ..
SCOTTY'S
BARBER
SHOP
38* ANDALUSIA AVENUE
AND LE JEUNE RD. (NEXT TO PUSLIX)
Vr 5 CH AMIS TO SRRVE TOO vS-
MANICURING RAZOR CUTTING STYLING
SHOESHINE HAIR STRAIGHTENING COLORING
AMPLE FREE PARKING
PHONE 444-9149
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Bonfire Restaurant
BROWARD RESIDENTS CALL 923-4673
HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BONFIRE
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SAL BIONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
A Happy Passover To All
ALEX SHAYEWITZ and BERNARD ALVAREZ
MASTtRCRAfT fURNlWRt & UPH01SUR1NG MFG.
CO., INC.
144 NE. 21st Street PL 4-3661
KV.WS SHORELINE CLEANERS
CLEAr.ERS OF DISTINCTION- QUALITY HIP
PROMPT SERVICE
8020 NE 4th AVENUE PL 8-4537
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ROSE COOK of
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
/287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph 667-8193
Worl l-famon* scientist l>r. Hans
V 11.-th.- MVWI the fint of a
series of leetures iiM'lixirt of the late l>r. Aiuoh A-
Shaltt. .it the Wemiiaiin Institute
of Seieiioe in Kehn\it. Israel. Or.
ha!it helped to estahlish the Nu-
clear S-ieil-e l>c|iartliicnt ot the
Institute, where he ser\ e jiroftssor. An authority on sonn-.-s
of stellar Mirp, the structure and
reactions of atomir nuclei, nin-lear
energy and the <|iiantiliu theory.
Dr. Bethe K a professor in Cornell
I iiiver>it\'H Laboratory ol Nnrlear
Studi-.
\ i
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
"Wl COVft WI lAtJH"
"WI ClWf THI tAatfN"
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
BEST WISHES FROM
Miami, Mkmi Beach and AH Florida
IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
MISHCON FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
CommercialIndustrialAir ConditioningWiring
ALTLRATICNS and REPAIRS
8508 S.W. 129th Ter Perrine CE 5-3616
Season's Greetings
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA-IOCKA. FLORIDA
685-1521
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SMITH TERMINAL WAREHOUSE and CO.
3S35 N.W. 112 STREET,Ml AMI
Phone: 685-0325
GREEN BRC
CORP.
R S0L0VCI, Preside* |
1085 E. 14th sum
Hialeah
HAPPY HOUDAf |
GREETINGS TO All
SINCERE GOOD nQ|
TO All
GREETINGS
DadV lrndfrwrit|
Insurance Agency |
RALPH D. H0UANC8
901 NE. 125th nti
North Miami
91-6300
H : RYGHOT
CENTRAL
LIGHTING F1XTKB
12607 N.W. 7th AVI
Miami
685-15M
LUNDY'S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avtn*|
W1SH THEIR FRIENDS
ANDCUS1 :;
A H --r*;1


PRINTING
ARTS CO.
29 SH*1!
1300 NW
THETElTLff
FAMILY


April 17. 1970
*Jenisttik>rSctiajn
Page 15-E
\eirs Of The Prophets Must Speak Out

(CMi from Pa** 1*-E)
Lered on many fronts, fighting for sur-
h Is not Jordan herself a state brought
(existence after World War I only to fa-
Enqland's "divide and rule" tech-
,he Middle East? What kindof H-^
_u-T__i"'iii froan
in
Middle
is the world submitting to embarrass"
^v? They are no better than forged doc-
ks and perjured testimony even
Ooh of old did not resort to such sub-
ties. He was honest enough to speak In
tune of his ego and not in the name of
Ivirtue!
nd woe unto us! These false arguments
knemies are using to alienate our own
en from us and our cause! This is the
[heinous offfense of all. Using lies to
our offspring think that we are the
i Yet this is precisely what they are
older generation grew up with the
Lus history of Zionism as a part of its
experiencethe costly, lawful acquisi-
kmd trom Arabs; the often fatal re-
con of :~e swamps from malarial in-
fection; the heoatwarraing experimentation
with kibbutz life and other forms of coopera-
tive enterpriseall of this coupled with" the
callous indifference of humanity to the, Holo-
caust, and Jewish genocide. This Was the
experience of the parents, While thVchiJdren
our enemies-thai-WB^ore the
murderers, the exploiters, the colonialists!
For this crime of alienation there can be
no atonement Does it differ from the kidnap-
ping of Jewish youth in Czarist Russia to
raise them as Christians?
Of all of this we must speak as the
Prophets of old. And thus like them, on this
Passover I shall pray for the miraculous re-
demption without which at the moment I
cannot imagine mankind can be saved. But
I shall also plead for a resurgence of peni-
tence and justice in the hope that man will
yet spare God the need to make manifest
His power. I shall speak up to men and ask
them to redeem themselves in the eyes of
God and their posterity. This is my duty on
this Passover.
HIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
iipp
*
)RTIN GOODS
IPedRoad So. Miami
[Phone 665-3534
. .1 T
uclv / Passover,
G'-.9''nS To All
AVALON
HOTEL
1 700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Pearl-nan Family
Phone 534-4601
JGS FROM .
tfTERSON
'LUMBING
SERVICE. IMC.
DAY OR NIGHT .
Dial 945-0835
'E. 186 Terrace, Miami
M-Hour Plumbing ttpair
f'** licensed 4 Insurti
': us From
ELI CRESPrS
ATEWAY
AMBLER
N* '63rd STREET
* 945-5311
OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES
Spector and Sons, Inc.
'WE BUHD MIAMI'
575 S.W. 22nd AVENUE
Phone: 642 3151
- < _
rj, ; 51 >
. -
Holiday Greetings to All .
STANDARD WELDING
SUPPLY CO.
N C G Authorized Dealer
WALTER MAHANY Prop.
4300 NW 32nd AVE. Phone 635-0803
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
IIJOIW BUILDERS
"HUMUI BUILT MtAHS MTTW BUHT"
11101 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235-7811
TO ALL GREETINGS
EXPAXBO TRAILER SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO All .
MIKE'S CIGARS OF MIAMI BEACH
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707
L-.
HAPPY PASSOVER
to All
Coca-Cola Bottling Co,
of Miami
301 N.W. 29th St., Miami
Jjest '"Wishes for &4
the ACTION BANK
- '
National Banh of Homestead
4 SOUTH KR0ME AVENUE
PHONE 247-5541
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NATIONAL WINE & LIQUOR
16601 N.W. 8th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 621-1441
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
oeace'
STAR PRINTING SERVICE
1180 Palm Ave., Hialeah Ph. 887-6451
Levi Valentin!
VAGABOND SPORTSWEAR, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF MISSY and JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR
3624 N.W. 41st Street, Miami, Florida
Telephone 633-6047
HOLIDAY GREETINGS PROM
Roger French Custom Tailors
7209 S.W. 57th Ct Miami
Phone 667-8768
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THE'R FRIENDS''


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* Jen i ft FIcrkHar

FridY- April
v. "
MANY NAME BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM
ManisrheuHz RoUeaeh
t.oodman's Mothers
Streits-Manif More
Mai /.ohs lirklrs
Mntzoli >l*:il Itorsrht
Potato Flour luiros
Coffers Fish
Tmm llouevs
Cocooa Sugars
Spires Denser!
Cooking Oils preparations
Sails Preserves and
Fats .Marina lad os
Sau res i aimed fruits
Fa nry dried
fruits
>uts
Vinegars
>lararoMi*
Cookies
i oil Carboiiaiwl
Paw wagon
Candies
Chocolates
Soaps
Cleanser*
mm
Ion irilf find a eomplete line
of Kosher items to grave
the Holiday Table...
iti



^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday. April 17, 1970
Section F
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Page 2-F
fJenisi: fluAMMi
Friday, Apnl 17
116 NORTHEAST SIXTH STREET / MIAMI. FLORIDA 33132
:e 377-r ; '
CREATORS OF AWARC W*NN WEB STATIONERY
A Happy Passover To The Jewish Community
PETER M. LOPEZ
"Holiday Greeting*
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs
Architectural Planning
609 E. DiUDO DRIVE. DiUDO ISLAND. MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 375-4518
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
WESTCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phone: 226-5252
To A!i Greetings FRED zed JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
5519-21 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-4893
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FAIR HAVKXS
ICTHSRAN UIMEMENT AND NURSING CENTil
(201 CjxSm Parkway. Miami Springs TeL 887-15651
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TNT CHEMICALS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS Of
HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
UUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
KNITTED FABRICS
SHELLEY TRACTOR &
EQUIPMENT CO.
8uC0 N W 103rd Street
Hi-ltah Gardens, Miami, Florida
Phoine: 821-4040
A COMMENTARY ON THE "WHO IS A JEW" ISSUE
Jewishness A Family Affair
K\ AARON K.UI.W
Author id "Oafes and Ariirils"
Tin mannw In *uch the
Ki i ssi has handli d the "Who
1 A Jew ?" issue refli i
which is mi less miracu-
lous for :i Parliament to young
than people so
long divorced from I hi soil
- iil and that "i

i

The
hustili ibors

.'bo Is A
j. u "' i- comply
' noll-
U Jews a
to 1st
iai has not been said Ques-
tions ^-'r. tbeaj l>u>.. Lines will
continue to coov up (rum tui.
to time, certainly unul lecael
haj | icui.v d< inicd Constitu-
tion, which no one touay would
ci.ir<. to commit to print It limy
theretorc be veo desirable to
consider the baste terms of ivi-
ircnce. i specially since the coc-
AAftOM KAHAH
at which most p
. ;. aim. in such matt :-
: baaed Car more on em
than qo reason
The State oi Israel was cr>.-
at<\l l>y the Jt-wish ueopie
the Jewish people waa r.ot
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CHARM MODELINGS:
FLORIDA CASTING AGENCY
333 ALCAZAR AVfc CORAL GABLES 444-1340
1140 N E. 163rd ST NO. MIAMI BEACH 949-2422
4238 HOiet v\OOC dlVD HOLLYWOOD 961-6900
GAYLE CARSON, OWNER
HOLIDAY HUNTERS
5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516
7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DRESSWEIL CLEANERS I LAUNDRY
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY
5788 S.W. 8th STREET. MIAMI
Phone 667-2448
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NORMANDY PLAZA APARTMENT ft HOTEL
6979 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-2701
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PHILLIP LEVINE AND W. WEINER
BANCROFT HOTEL ft MOTEL APTS.
1501 COLLINS AVE.
Ph 531-5751
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASaOVER TO ALL .
Septic Tank Inc.
4450 S.W. 74th Avenue 223 1410
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PHIL'S AUTO PARTS, IJVC.
1243 S.W. 8m STREET, MIAMI
PHONE? 377-1431
created by th s, .
' -
2
hoioca ist. ,
it
IWs J
with I
thaI QO cm.' tat 1
U* '' -out ..\ic*
(o whom it n [erred. Tht
cept ol a Stau ol Lnu-l 14
Ideological b. for,- it ai po*'
eal. ai. that while a concept canbrj
ideoli>t> B Stati is a practnj
I
I
'I
I
HOLIDAY GREETQKS
ANGIES
BEAUTY
SALON
Open Daily

Plus Friday Evenings
And Sundays 94
497 N.E. 167th STREET
9471012
NORTH MIAMI &EACH
Holiday Greetings From.
wma
truest
IOKP.
271 NW. 23rd STWfl
FRANCISCO KASAK Owner
FR 1-3859
A Happy Passover To A"
fx.im of
2454 NW 5th AVENUi
377-8051
Jack Kai"in
Leonard Cote-1 "
Howard V.j'3*--*
A
HA??Y
Passover
TO ALL
*
Dr. and Mrs.
Manning J- ***
arK| Family


Friday, April 17,
1970
*Jmisfi ncridli&n
Page 3-F
reality and then was m-cd for a
'. comsete definition of its
terms- in effect, the pnaent
controversy is not as to who is
a Jew l"1" s''- uut to whom the
gpecifk L(W of Return applies.
(.11. who beetowi a legacy may
define its conditions, but thjs
(jo, s not mean that such condi-
tions necessarily reflect the in-
nate qualities of the recipient.
3 The impulse to establish the
State of Israel had many
origins. Some came to fulfill the
visions of ancient prophecy. To
th.m it was a home-coming to
the land of their forefathers and
to the way of life here promul-
gated millennia ago. To others
it was a place of refuge from
the scourge of living as a per-
secuted minority among a hos-
tile majority. These people, in-
, luding Herzl, were nearly ready
to settle for a Uganda so long
as they could be free of the
chronic insecurity which living
among Gentiles seemed to make
in. \ itable.
Still others sought to escape
the restrictive social forces of
Europe on the one hand and
the rigorous restrictions of the
ihtetl on the other hand. To
th. in the image of a free Jewish
Holiday Greetings From
THE
KEYES
COMPANY

OIK
iStk
V i; A ft

Souths Largest Realtors
100 Biscayne Blvd.
371-3592
1023 Lincoln Road Mall
531-5803
BILL FLYNN'S
DIXIE RIBS
OPEN PIT BARBECUE
15295 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone: 235-3227
WISH A HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
TO AIL OUR
FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
ChereOs 7int St
SHELL SERVICE
71st & ABBOTT
759 NE. 79th ST.
Ph. 754-5527
State seemed to loom as an im-
age of freedom from non-Jews
and shtetl Judaism alike. Cir-
cumstances demanded of all
that they sacrifice their lives if
need be. for Which reason they
teit a right as deep as life to
assert their concepts arising
from religious, national and folk
philosophies whichever it was
that moved them in the direc-
tion of Israel in the first place.
A While the terms of reference
~ are Religion State People.
their application to Jewish ex-
perience is unauthentic in the
accepted meaning of the terms.
The Jewish religion is not a the-
ology as is the Christian faith,
nor Ls it a nation in the terms
of geography like other nations
or a |M-ople in a racial sense.
The phenomenon of the j.-wish
[x'ople is unique and it can be
seriously misleading to draw
parallels. The word "religion"
(Iocs not exist in the Bible, nor,
for that matter, in organic He-
brew. There is no place in the
Bible which says, "Thou shalt
believe in God." "Love God."
yes but God is taken for grant-
. d, like a fact of life, a Truth, a
Father image and the People
of Israel are presented as the
Holiday Greetings
From The
AIRLINER
MOTEL
4155 N.W. 24th Street
MIAMI
Phone 634-2611
Kamily of Israel clearly spelled
out Abraham, Isaac. Jacob,
his sons and the tribes into
Which they grew.
The "religion" of Israel is the
story of a family held together
by a faith more akin to an art
than a philosophy the Art of
Life, a concept of the universal
and eternal where one could lit-
erally "talk" to a God who was
without ihape or form, just as
music to the musician, or love
to one who loves, is more real
than anything he can touch.
In the 12th Century, Maimo-
nides tried to sik'U out a Jew-
ish Catechism in the "Ani Maa-
inins." It was not only unac-
cepted, but it created a schism
which has never been forgotten.
The "family" concept of Jew-
ishness set the tone not only for
Who" is a Jew. but "What" is a
Jew. If Jewishness is a family
matter, it is not necessary to be
a Jew in order to be a good
human being or to attain a place
in the "World to Come." Loyal-
ty was expected of members of
the "family," but people of other
families could have their own
loyalties.
For tltis reason- Jews never
(Continued on Page JS-F)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
KEYSTONE TRAILER COURT
6307 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 754 6295
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
YAGER SPORTSWEAR OF MIAMI. Inc.
4593 E. 10th Avenue Ph. 688-9606
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR COUNCILMAN
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MASTER HOST CATERERS
4001 N.W. 31st AVENUE
HERSCHEL LEVY Phone 633-8066
VACATION LAND MODES, INC.
255 N.W. 5th STREET FR 3-4655
NORMAN ROTHSTEIN, President
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Happy Passover To All Our Friends And Customers
Grady's Body and Fender Shop
218 N.W. 20th TERRACE
Happy Passover To The Jewish Community
Fashion Embroidery and Stitching
20 N.E. 17th STREET FR 4-6553
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Somberg
>
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
THE FINEST CUSTOM ROOM DARKENING
MOIRE BOUCLE X-LIGHT
SHADES
40% DISCOUNT
YOUR CHOICE OF
COLOR SCALLOP FRIN6E
THESE ARE NOT STOCK SHADES-
THEY ARE CUSTOM MADE IN OUR FACTORY
'^liPPir
BEST-LINE 1 STORES, inc.
No. Miami Beach, Ha. 944-5801 %
452 N.E. 167th St. 949-8051
CASH AMD CAW WCTWRf WINDOW SPECIALISTS
INSTALLATION ARRANGED <
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
V\r. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mi. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FPOM .
SECURITY BONDED WAREHOUSE
3695 N.W. 74th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 691-8480
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. ist oiiwl
5REAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNEB
Musk? Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP, INC.
1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida
Phone HI 3-0620
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BUDGET HARDWARE & APPLIANCES
849 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
Phone 891-6551
Passover Greetings To AH Our Friends and Patrons
Arnold Schecter
NORTHSIDE TIRES & SERVICE
10550 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PHONE 754-1665


Page 4-F
> Jewish fhridHan
Friday, Aj] n
Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin G. Christie
WISH ALL
PEACE AND HAFPINESS
FOR THE
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCi MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-4220
Branch: 2300 E. Oakland Park fc.vc Ft. Lauderec e
Phone 565-5511
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
QUESENBERRY & CATLIN
FOOD BROKERS
735 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Phone: 643-1744
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
C. L. CLEMENTS INSURANCE CO.
1143 KANE CONCOURSE
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
MR BELL
Phone 945-6563
54th STREET DRIVE IN TV INC.
1630 N.W. 54th Street 696-1437
Extends Best Wishes Fcr The Holidays
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
KAI1KS NEMCAI ART lllll .s
834 N.W. 183rd STREET Phone 621-C751
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GAIL'S FEMiNiNE APPAREL
1345 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-9886
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
THEIMA DAVIS of the
LITTLE RIVER KNIT SHOP
206 N.E. 2nd Avtnut
Phone 754-3121
r-mr-K ^-wwi
passover .
" BOOK JtFVIFW
svymour b. Uebman
BASIC REFORM JUDAISM
By William B. Silvennan
In the preface to William B. Silver-
man's Basic Reform Judaism (Philosophi-
cal Library, S8.50!. Rabbi Eisendrath states,
that the book shows how Reform Judaism
"can be a vibrant faith .'"
Since the president of the Reform la}
group did not classify Reform Judaism as
a sec; or denomination within Judaism, his
reference to the Reform movement as a
"faith" may be an acknowledgement that
:! .s separate and apart horn Judaism.
This concept is not as heretical as some
may think although it is not shared Dy
the author. Rabbi Dr. Petuchcwski. pro-
fessor at H.U.C. wrote in the October, 1966
CCAR Journal (of the Refor::. rabbinate!
"... with every passing year the ranks erf
the CCAR ... are swelled by young
rabbis who enter the Refor::. rabbinate
with the sincerely-held conviction thct ?.
form Judaism is a new rehqio:. icundec a
the 19th Century, which rr.ore c: '.rjs
by historical accident she.:..; rcr. oi .3
name with the historical reli ;_::
ism. That new religion, c illi Reform
Judaism, has enly one doc::. ;--.;
the absolute freedom o: Ih ...;. ;3
think and to do what he liki
At times. Rcbbi Silvern ex;.:-
i ( ontiiiiKil on I'.i-i- I'M
J. Us
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SOUTHERN BAKERIES CO.
315 N.W. 20th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ROILS ROYCE SALES i SERVICE
Officially Appointed Retailers .
ROlLS-ROYCr BENTLEY MOTOR CARS
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
C. R. Berry Rolls Royce Inc\
2185 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 633-4531
American Plumbing Supply Co., Inc
1675 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 532-3447
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SOUTH FLORIDA SALES
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.United Benefit Life Lns
Phone 377-4951 1201 Brickell Avenue
ZUCKERMAN VERNON
W
iPMTMWTI M0TCI YCHT ClUfl
KM West Onve, hnftar ltl*n. hjin Ittck
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: PL 7-6811
SAVOY HOTEL
A Hapn, Pa ~c
"Open Year A-cund"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 NW 2nd Stree.
Phone 374-3066
BEST WISHES
TO OUR FRIENDS
CUSTOM MADE DRESSES
by
GINA CAMPO
917 W. 39 St.
Miami Bech
The Silverman Family
and
SILVER PAINT &
HARDWARE CO.
me sw ist st M*i
FR 3-2711
453 Collins kit. Mioni l*K
Mi. 531-6773
1138 Normandy Drive
Phone UN 6-5929
WU AH Th.-ir PatrOBS "^
PYtaada Hapw i'1-"01"
Holiday Greelinq"
AL FORTINI'S
Fairway Restaurant
& Lounge
2475 N.E. 163-d Stretl
North Miam. Bach
949-3642
AMERICANA
TOURS
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SPECIALISTS
Phone: 377-2758
For inlorm.tion, reservation*,
and ticker*
244 S.E. First Street,
Miami, Florida 33131


Frcay. April 17. 1970
">Je*ist FhrkUoun
Page 5-F
SEASONS GREETINGS
FLORIDA CULTURAL &
HUMANITARIAN SOCIETY. INC.
1211 W. FLAGLER
MIAMI
Phone 373-3379
Mexico's Ambassador to Israel, Joaquin Bernal, present-
Mexico's highest award, the Sash, First Class of the Decora-
tion oi the Aztec Eagles, to Dr. Albeit B. Sabin, president o:
the Weizmann Institute of Science, in behalf of Mexico's
President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz. The presentation was made
at a farewell reception for participants in the Latin American
Symposium on Science Policy and Organization of Re-
search which took place in Jerusalem and on the Weiz-
mann Institute campus in Rehovot last January.
L cru v_yiv?m3w f~^assovei
To AH
CAL KOVENS CONSTRUCTION CORP.
1770 Bay Road 538-6676
Hoi day Greetings
Go Professional With
MALCOLM E.
ELLIS
Rug and Upholstery Cleaners
RETINT YOUR CARPET
IN YOUR HOME
445-8838 665-5609
Wall to Wall Cleaning
-O..-AY GREETINGS
TROPICAL
PAPER BOX CO.
Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
ernat I Air Depot
6\ j ng 2144 Ph. TU 8-3459
Miami, Florida
li .:,' -Greetings From
ORANGE MOTORS
of Miami, Inc.
VG-A'JSTIN HEALY-
AC-JAft-VOLVO -PORSCHE
Phoie 633-1501
500 N W. 36th Street
holiday Greetings To Our
:'ie-C3 and Customers
DONZI MARINE
2940 VE. 188th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 945-7518
A Hapuv Passover To All
Fleurette, Inc.
HANDBAGS
720 S.W. 8th STREET
. MIAMI
w*e 371-3021
A Happy Passover To All
FENCE AT
A SAVMXG!
t( AIL ALUMINUM "GOLDEN LINK"
K AUMUNIZEO CHAM LINK
FHA FINANCED
NO MONEY DOWN
PHONE TU 5-1446
fOI IAU0MDAU SA 3-7326
* CCOI-WEVE STRIPS IN COLORS
(privacy without upkeep!
* GALVANIZED CHAIN LINK
* REED PATIO SCREEN
* SAF-T-LINK 1 MESH CHAW LINK
-k PLASTC COVERED CHAIN LINK
FENCE
MASTERS, IXC.
The Company te call is Ifce out
that haf them ail I"
7101 N.W. 69th AVE.
P.O. Box 35-446
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MELWINE GARMENT, INC.
2451 N.W. 5th AVENUE Phone 633-8318
SIMON WINE, President
Compliments Of...
SPOLTER ELECTRICAL
SUPPLIES. INC.
-:- -:- HOLIDAY GREETING -:- -:-
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SHOP-RITE DISCOUNT STORES, INC.
524 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH 531-6811
"Why Pay More?"
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
r \n\ egie shoe salox
"The Place to Go for the Names You Know"
Fine Name Brand Shoes -New Complete Line of Smart Handbags
8134 N.E. 2nd Ave., Little River 758-6302
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BENGIS ASSOCIATES, INC.
PLASTIC & NEON SIGN MANUFACTURERS
Design Consultants Service Erection Maintenance
7447 N.W. 48th St., Miami
Phone 888-8475
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE
4634 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone: 634-7233
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from JACK BILL
163rd STREET CYCLE CENTER
formerly Located on Arthur Godfrey Hi. for 17 fears
SCHWtNN 1 ENGLISH BIKES Mechanical Repairs on All Types of Bikes
1064 N.E. 163rd St. (Opp. Beth Torah Temple) Ph. 945-4541
A HAFPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CHILDREN'S CORNER SCHOOL
7118 Byron Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 866-7303
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ABERBACH'S
Miami Beach's Only Complete Photo & Art Supplier
466 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach 532-2716
1760 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive, Sky Lake Mai! 944-0697
(North Miami Beach)
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
STEEMMAN CATERERS
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
CITY GAS CO. OF FLORIDA
129 N.E. 79th STREET
691-8710
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM SAM BENAIM
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL
CLUTCH & PARTS CO., INC.
1401 S. E. 9th Court, Hialeah
Phone 888-6881
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GOLD COAST GRAPHICS, INC.
605 S.W. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-1773
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
ELSIE UNDERGARMENT COMPANY


Page 6-F
+Jent Rcridiari
CUSTOM MADE
1ACJOJRY
BED PILLOWS J
n~~.. __Rnntr Dacron roam
Down Goose Dacron
PICK-Up'<..>
AND
DELIVERY
OR
WHILE
YOU
WAIT
we
SERVICE
MOTELS
HOTELS
&
INSTITUTIONS
V
'!
WE MAKE ALL SIZES
Don t throw away your old pillows
They can be mode line new
In any size Phone 634-3422
HYGENATOR
PILLOW SERVICE
2170 N.W. 17 AVENUE
I
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
HOWARD AY ARES, INC.
5600 W. Flakier St.
10943 S. Dixie Hwy
666-8511
665-6581
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
X- -* Or AHtKKA IWC~ *^S
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL MERCHANDISE MART
777 N.W. 72nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone:223-2100
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
Best Wishes To All For The Holidays
III. % >IOll V\ >HI SI THAI*
7460 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 754-0433
SiABROOK RESORT
t HiiSi KVT A 111 III. HOTEL
MOTEL A APTS
9401 Collins Avenue, Surfside
Miami Beach 866-5446
A Happy Passover To All Our Friends and Guests
I.IIIVSIOM HO I II
1920 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 535-5511
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Jake's Standard 23rd Street Station
(New Owner Hv Hamburg)
340 23.d STREET-MIAMI BEACH 538-0938 & 532-2110
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Pinewood Acres Private School
Phone 271-3211
9500 S.W. 97th Avenue
L. L. (Bob) Anderson
Miami, Florida
Friday, April 17
- 1970
*
v
An Art
Gallery
In An
sraeli Home
By HENRY W. LEVY
While visiting Tel Aviv. I had the un.
usual experience of spending an evening
in a home art gallery, IsiaeU style
A new immigrant has conceived the
novel idea fit owning, a permanent^jgL]
lery in his home to display the works of
Israeli artists. The immigrant, Harry Stern
had come to the country from Switzerland
on the eve of the Six-Day War to offer his
services in the anticipated emergency.
Like so many others who flocked to the
State of Israel in its hour of need, he came
for a while--but stayed with a smile.
Once the emergency was over, and Israel
had emerged victorious from the short-
lived conflict, he decided that he wanted
to remain for good. Though he had spent
many years of his life in large cities such
as Zurich, Paris and Rome, he felt that
Israel was the land he most wanted to
live in permanently.
One of the main things that deterred
him from leaving was that he had looked
up a young Israeli-born woman named
I ( "lit HMI.-.I Oil I\tf H-l I
^^^TEgr^^

_
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS. DAVID L. POST
Ttnt'n Curl Flair Fashions in Hani
163rd St. Shopping Cnlr. 18346 N.W. 7th Av.
Beauty Salon Beauty Salon
1401 N.f. 163*1 Sweet
HOLIDAY GRMTING5
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
7291 RID ROAD
PHONE 667-7232
-:- HOLIDAY GREETING -:-
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FLORIDA FUEL OIL, INC.
Manufacturers and Oil Burning Specialists
830 950 N.W. 73rd STREET 534-4692
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A Happy Passover To All
Our Patrous and Priends
SAVRAN BAKERY
ON 44912
7422 Collins Avenut
C H HOME
BUILDERS
395 5. W, 49th STREET
Phone 441-5775
SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
THE EMBERS and EMBERS TAVERN
245 22nd ST., MB
JE 8-4345
144th ft BISCAYNE, Miami
Ph. 949 2422
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
YOUNG LAND FASHIONS
Phone 866 0266
9541 HARDING AVE., MIAMI REACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
CHAPLIN FLORIST
6600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
Holiday Greetings
HOLBR00K
ARMS .
MUSEUM
Plaques Paintings
Unique Decor
12953 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 891-1806
Ph. 758-3601
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
A Happy Passover To AH
George
BERNSTEIN
and
FAMILY
Holiday Greetings from
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OLTCHICK, **


April 17. 1970
fJcnist ncricfUaun
Page 7"
HI.
m f>-

Israel's Consul General Rehaveam Amir, (left) welcomes
Dr. Nathan Brown, acting superintendent of the New York
City School System as an oleh during a press conference
held just prior to his departure for Israel to head the new
Shenkar College of Textiles and Design. With them are
Henry W. Levy, who presided at the press conference, and
Col. Nahum Golan, director of the Israel Aliyah Center in
the United States.
GREETINGS TO ALL
SAM BERLIN, President
A>lll!<:il FUEL
Oil.. INC.
Gulf Oil Products
1861 Bay Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-4611
Ve Are The Wall Coverinq
Leader in the South!
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO IMPERIAL
"WAILTEX"
'IMPERIAL SCRUBBAl
GLENDURA'
7121 N.W. 6th AVE.
758-1791
Holiday Greetings From
MAW BEAUTY]
SALON
?714 W. Flagler
Miami, Florida
Phene 443-4150
Holiday Greetings
HAROLD'S GARAGE
Specializing In
VOLKSWAGEN
REPAIRS
CARS .'TRUCKS
STATION WAGONS
Lubrication, oil changes, to
complete engine, transmis-
sion and front end overhaul.
5764 COMMERCE LANE
S MIAMI 461^931
A Happy Passover To All
STAR
TRUCK BODY
BUILDERS
MARIO CASTILLO, Owner
724 N.W. 21.1 STREET
MARYLAND
FRIED CHICKEN
Extends Holiday Greetings
1901 N.E. 168th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
NEW ERA
LIGHTING
162-168 N.E. 40th Street
Miami, Fla. Phone PL 7-2429
Available Through Your
Decorator or Dealer
VISIT THE SOUTHS LARGEST
SHOWROOM FOR LIGHTING
FIXTURES, LAMPS,
ACCESSORIES
George and Sally Mildwoff
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
TOWARD
if.
TAIT
HAPPY PASSOVER
ATLAS METAL
INDUSTRIES, INC.
1135 N.W. 159th Drive
North Miami
Phone 625-2451
Holiday Greetings from
Atlantic
Eqaipmpnt Co.
800 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 373-3351
Happy Passover
To All My
Clients and Friends
A UNITED
AUTO RENTALS
STAN FORMAN
1613 Alton Road
Miami Beach
532-2381
Holiday Greetings to All
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MFG.
MORRIS GOLDWAG
All Kinds of Gaps for
Men. Women, Children
328 West Flagler Street
Miami Ph. 371-4652
A Happy Passover To All
NEWPORT
ANTIQUE
SHOP
2347 Coral Way
Miami 45, Florida
Call 446-1481
GREETINGS .
BILL TINDER
C0LF PtomSIONAL
Biltmor fairs*
LtfsMi r *'"'
|caaJt ft Una Golfing taulpmt*
1210 ANASTASIA AVE.
JOHN'S
Gulf Service
ROAD SERVICE
MECHANIC ON DUTY
Phone 681-9133
JOHN PASTORELLA, Prop.
N.W. 7th Ave and 125th Stree
HOLIDAY GREETINGS T-ROM ...
COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Main Office '
42 S.W. FIRST ST.
Bremen" "cJfffice
12345 N.E. SIXTH AVE.
VIC POTAMKIN
CHEVROLET
540 Alton Road Miami Beach
Phone JE 1-5361
VIC POTAMKIN
NAT POTAMKIN
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Schwebke, Shiskin & Associates, Inc.
LAND PLANNERS ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS
SOIL MECHANICS
18800 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami Phone 624-8471 or 927-2871
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
THE STAFF OF .
THE SHIFT SHOP
PHONE 944-0353
SKYLAKE'.MA

GREETINGS TO ALL
OBEXOVR MtOOFWG
SHEET MET At. & SUPPLY CO.
BONDED ROOFING ft SHEET METAL
ROOF CLEANING ft SEALING
Established 1926
7352 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. PL 7-2612
THERMOGLAZE ROOFCOATING
GREETINGS FROM ..
BARK VIA >1IU\. CO.
P.O. BOX 517. HIALEAH, FLA. 33011
Phone: 885-4282
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA
DENMARK'S ART STONE CO.
12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
IRVING J. DENMARK, President
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
Ted and Dorothy Patterson, Owners
Repair and Overhaul of Hofel ft Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127
Phone 379-6127
GREETINGS
Universal Salvage & Equipment
3273 N.W. No. River Drive
634-7744


Page 8-F
>Jfewrfsf* nwAJbn
Frid<*Y. Ap^
17
iSJQr I
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
IN THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY...
I EXTEND MY SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
^_/T app \j # ssover
Dick
Fincher
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
Officer:
ROBERT I. GRADY
3ILL ENGLISH
(L-ait-ca^^/i-ln^ 9ruxia 12125 S. W. 43; C St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33165
Phone 221-22;*
HOLIDAY GREETINGS T-.CS.
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
230 NW 5th STREET
Miami
\Y GREETINGS FROM .
L. GELVAN ENTERPRISES
999C N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Garden*
Telephone 887-8109
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SAIL NEUFKLD & ASSOC, DfC
1686 N.E. 123rd Street
INORTH MIAMI Phone 891 2302
EEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Frederich'*)
An Art Gallery In An Israeli Home
I ( ..iitiini. >l from Pafr- -F)
Sigia whom he had met some years
Her in Paris. Their reunion in Tel Aviv
was for keeps. They isll in love. Out of
the tragedies, paiils and hardships that
beset the Israelis in those days, in their
fight for survival in the summer of 1967.
came one of the many romances which
bring together like-minded couples whose
ages lay the foundation for new fam-
ilies in the land.
Today Harry and Sigla have a year-
old sabra *on named Ariel, and a com-
modious apartment in North Tel Aviv, en
the top flocr of 58 November the 29.h St..
which is named for the date of the UN.
dec.sion to partition Palestine into sepa-
rc:e Jewish and Arab stales. The balcony
of tht apartment affords a .cp2ctacu!ar
view ranging from the Mediterranean Sea
in the west across lo the northern environs
cf ::.e city toward* Herziia. Inside, the
cp-rrtment with its large L-shaped living
rcrm criers an attractive view of modern
Israeli painters whose canvases hang on
its spacious walls.
In addition to these Israeli works, the
enterprising owner of the home art gc'.lery
has a collection of French impressionists
of h's own which he
him from Europe. Of the hraeii
bought ov J
at
wlr^
"3 J
successor-
One of the exponents of the
In Israeli art is oaia Russota ,
IWed m Pates,:ne and its ,.s Jo
Israel for over 35 year,, although sV
spent long periods overseas dun* t
lime. Mrs. Russota studied art fa ,;, ?
lm Academy, the city of her birth* 5
wen: cn to study ta pari5 ond A- -:
Italv. She won a prize awarded '
Berlin Academv to a D'omuriiw
JJi 1934. crter Hitler', n^2J2
she left Germany and was invited b--ft.
M>r DizenaoH T I Aviv'-fr.-
to held her first exhibition in thai
At the time, Tel Aviv nil]
than 60.000 inhabitants bul the propm
lion of culture was a
Mayor DizenaoM's muni ioal "-
arc.-ns." It wos his
Tel Av;v Into the cu'l il ,. ,e;:'^
fashion and merer:": ipital ci ihea
tire Middle East, and ime nea Mek
that ambition realized in his own : a
Sola's works were subsequently
hibhed after Wcrld Wai II i'n c.-.e,--
(< onliiiiKil cm |\,_,. io-K)
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends
and Customers From .
HOI I >i\\s
CAFETERIA
14S0 Coltin* Avenue
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
MARTHA'*
Flower Shop
Our Wedding Work is Superb
F owers '
A Complete Floral Service"
A" .. Flowers
3921 Alton Road
538-5523
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
rrom
BILL and HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY. INC.
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 374-4174
SPORTSWEAR
Maggie, Iih\
3 LOCATIONS
332 Miracle Mile
817 Lincoln Road Mall
9525 Harding Avenue
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
CAUSEWAY
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
721 Stfa STRE
-
A Happy Passove :: r
PERRY CHESTER
SHOES
Ir The Smarter. S:c3
In Town Lock r:r
CHESTER PtRKT 5HN SHOW
Where ro B..
IVrrr/
1'hvstcr
Shoe Salon*
M1 Hording Ave l*H|
2494 E. S urisi Blvtf.,r< U*i*k
I El "
Ho iday Greetings
Juanito's
Centro Vasco
Restaurant
2235 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Hoiiday Greetings
WESTCHESTER
MUSIC MART
Specialists in Folk-Foreign
Children Classical A Opera
551 Coral Way
Phone 221-2025
. Passov. : .
BOUCHE
APPLIANCES
215 AIHJMBRA CHIC12
COSAl GABLES
PHONE: 444-7481
A Happy Passover To All
SID MARGOLIS and
MARK ROSENFELD
GALLOWAY
PHARMACY
PrescriptionsBarton's Candy
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami-271-3081
Good Wishes from .
IRVING I. WEXLER
MUZAK
CORP.
Dade and Broward Counties
531-7341
C'plomol Motl I
Daral Br -; Hati
Mm lot K1 l
Jr I ( l i Held
fillton Pi.-..a
M iei W
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Ft. Ian.) .di>-P> 54MM1
MIAMI
PROPELLER
SERVICE INC.
2051 NW. 11**"*
Miami, Flor.ca
Phore 643-13".3
Holiday G.eetingi Fro"
Surgical
Equipment
Company
4200 SAIIED0
CORAL GABLES
PSone 4457M1
Phone 642-4400
A Happy Passev To '
From
PHIL CR07EAU
Phone
22:-: :ni


April P. WO
*Jmi*t nrrXiicM
Page 9#
A Jewish cookbook in Braille has become a best-seller and
is in demand by both Jewish and non-Jewish homemakers
throughout the world. The author, Shaner Greenwald, was
a WAC veteran and operated the Kol Tov food service in
Albany, N.Y. After she lost her sight three years ago, she
wrote down her 'Treasured Jewish Recipes," and they have
also been recorded for the blind and partially sighted who
do not read Braille. The book contains her personal Jewish
recipes from "forshpeis" (appetizers) to old fashioned des-
serts ("haimish"). Now thoroughly rehabilitated to a normal
liie. Shaner Greenwald does her own housework, sewing,
cooking and shopping; she swims and golfs, unbelievably,
in the low 70's with a 10 handicap.
- C-CEE'INGS trom .
MERIDIAN
APOTHECARY SHOP
'r.inplion Sp* 1680 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Phone 538-0424
day Greetings
JULIA WALLACE
Employment Agency
217 N.E. 98th Street
Miami Shores
Phone 754-4667
?AY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTILIER
(New Owner'
2312 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
ABC Auto Radiator
SERVICE
6200 N.W. 27th AVE.
OX 1-2221
1 HOI ID while YOU
nWUR WAIT SERVICE
Ccmt .. for FREE check-op I
A: I makes cr and trucks. On
the jpot financing! All work guar-
anteed. Complete stock rebuilt
radiator.. Free pick-up and deliv-
ery service. Largest radiator shop
WE HONOR AIL MAJOR
CREDIT CARDS
PLAZA
OPTICAL
w u SERVICE
W. Hollywood Shopping Plaza
Phone 989-2554
Prescriptions Filled
Contact Lenses
Lenses Duplicated
Repairs
HARRY COUEN, Optician
270 S. State Road 7
Hollywood, Florida
Passover Greetings From
Venetian Gulf
Service Station
Washing and Lubrication
Phone JE 8-9159
1403 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
O. S. BRANNON, Proprietor
Passover Gretings From
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
Passover Greetings From
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
1089S N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
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CHMNA INN
RESTAURANT
142S5 N.W. 7th AVtNUl
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 681-0012
GROVE
CLEANERS &
FURRIERS
3180 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grove
Phone 44O-0334
Passover Greetings
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
DANNY
II AVID
COHEN
REG. REAL ESTATE and
MORTGAGE BROKER
407 LrNCON ROAD
Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings To Our
Friends and Clients
KING
REALTY, INC.
LEEandlOUSTEPENOFF
8000 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 693-2881
A Happy Passover To All
ViDALE
ROOFING
2630 S.W. 79th Ave.
REROOFING
LEAKS REPAIRED
Dial CA 1-4976
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BILL EISNOR,
Realtor
6878 CORAL WAY
MO 1-4245
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LEE'S
prescription Pharmacy
MSCOLNT DRUG STORSS
We carry complt.e Selection
of Barton's Candies
Ft.. Delivery
7880 Coral Way 221-8222
401 Coral Way
C. Gables 448-1728
2525 $. W. 3 Ave. 379-3626
5898 Sunset Drive 661-7651
^[jesi UJishes for
L cry sjiappu J~^as
a

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Westchester National
Bank of Dade County
8585 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO :-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Holloway Coffee Corporation
"Custom Roasters And Blenders"
421 N.W. 32nd ST. MIAMI. FLA. 833-8257
Holiday Greetings... to our friends & clients
The Heritage Corp.
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
MORTGAGE BANKERS
EDWARD FEINSTEIN, President
1318 N.W. 7th St., Miami Phone 377-4933
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1000 N.W. Le Jeune Road, Miami
FOR INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS
PHONE. 633-0281
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KOLBER BROS., INC.
2100 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-2521
ALLEN VELDMAN & SON
6992 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach (Corner 71st St.) UN 5-318.
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5561 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-5276
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LOU TAYLOR, HfC
HANDBAGS
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1 bkii Optical Service, inc.
67 N.E. 2nd Street Phone FR 9-9682 Miami. Florida


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Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 621-1721
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BAKERY
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Phone 532-4445
.- Miai Beach
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.
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ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. T7th AVENUE
Phone: 633-6338
S"c 192S
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Phone: 696-8911
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REX ENGRAVING OF MIAMI, INC
63 N.W. 6th St., Miami
377-4761
Holiday (greetings To The Jewish Community
BANNER TIRE
OF HIALEAH
3870 E. 4th Avenue. Hialeah 822-5161
* Jewish fkrfitter)
FridaY. April H
An Art Gallery In An Israeli Hom<
i ( mil mm.i from I'njr*- 9-T)
shows at Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Alexandria
and Cairo something no Jewish artist, let
alone an Israeli, could hope to do nowa-
daysj Her works were, later accepted for
display at the Royal Academy in London
as well as other cities in England. She
had one-man shows in London and Paris
during 1958, and in Houston. Texas four
yecrrs later.
Mrs. Russota's works are lyrical in
conception and execution. She has con-
centrated upon a variety of subjects, such
as flowers, heads and landscapes. There
were water-colors of the hill city in which
she livesSaiad. in northern Israel, and
pastoral scenes influenced by the views
around her second home in RehoVot. far-
ther south. She also had depicted Biblical
themes, such as Jacob struggling with the
angel, Jonah and the whale, Jephtah's
daughter, and Potiphar's wife. Her colors
were bold and expressive, whether in a
landscape of the hills of Judea. a vase of
sunflowers or a delicate almond-tree in
mauve.
Another old-timer in Israel is the mod-
ern abstractionist, Dutch-born Shlomo van
den Berg, now aged 50. He came to Israel
with Aliyat Hanoar in 1936 at the
16. and after spending three yej**1
kibbutz, he joined the British Arirv *' I
Palestinian Jewish volunteer He *'
throughout World War II. and owj
came home to take up painW*,'^'
Self-taught, he worked for a whileeftd
veteran Israeli artist Zaritzky befc. 1
to Paris in 1953 for more study, He?2
came back to teach painting and an?
tory m Jerusalem, where he now b*
Van den Berg, who has also desinJ
mosaics and theatre sets, has had c kZ'
number of one-man shows in Isrcel i
Paris since 1945. and has also been rJ
resented in numerous group exhibition
His paintings and gouaches done ir. |9
and 1968 were shown at the Israel Mil
seum in Jerusalem about a year aoo.ctj
his mosaics now embellish movie-hoa*
film studios and even factories in vcTjjgJ
parts of the country. Examples o: 2
work were displayed in the Israel Pcrjjoj
of the Trade Fair at Izmir, Turkey.
A third modernist whose pointing f
traded me greatly during my v.s.: t>"
Hany Stern's gallery was the late EUrtj
Weston. an English-borr. Jewish c:
GREETINGS
TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
FROM
ZUCKERMAN-
YERNON
1551 N.E. 167m Street
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Phone 949-4511
Holiday Greetings
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rmrifUn 6^>S3SBe*j
Ot NftSON
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# Free Delivery
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Phone 666 4425
DR. AND MRS.
HARRY RIMER
daughters Andres A Linda
Extend Best Withes for a
A HAPPY PASSOVER
to their
Relatives and Friends
Holiday Greetings
VAN GUNDY
AIR CONDITIONING
We Sell, Service and Install
15320 W Dixie Highway
Phone 949-3374
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BOND
TR\xsFi:n
m* inc.
TRUCKING
2160 N.W. 8th Avenue
Phone 374-3144
KOTKItrS
JEWEIRY, INC
Greets fne Jewish
Community en Passover
SevWd Building
Miami, Florida
MIAMI LAWN
MOWER CO.
20256 OLD CUTLER ROAD
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Tropics Hotel
1550 COLLINS AVE MB
Mr. & Mrs. Al Podvin
and Family
PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
Skartn Fectery MH4
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8195 N.W. 17th AVf.
(Formerly on 79th Street)
Phone 693-0221
Pete Taste,
A Happy Passover To
I. GIVNER
LADIES' & MEW
TAILORING
Specializing in Afferoliw.
12485 N.E.6rhAvenii
Phone 757-8201
-
A Happy Passover To Al
JOAN and MAC KLEIN
Club Deuce Bar
& Package Store
222 14th Street. Mum, U*&
Phone JE 16200
GREETINGS ROM
MR. ft MRS.
MURRAY SCMWARTZMA*
Reff
528 LINCOLN R.
JE 8-4162
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COPERNICO'S
RESTAURANT
250 NEl 83rd StreS*
Phons 621-0944
North Mia mi Beach
Holiday Greetings
VIVIAN
BLDME
FINE FURNITURE
736 Arthur Godfrey ^
Miami Beach, Florid


ipril 17. 1970
''Jewist noridiar
Page 11-F
L Paris at the age of 58. Reggie, who
, painting at the age of 12 and was
, by his father, a professor of paint-
ad been beloved by a wide circle of
in France, England and Israel.
E'er spending some years in Egypt,
, the elder Weston hadreceiyed an
ntment as drawing master in a Port
school. Reggie went to Palestine in
Lith the intention of joining a kibbutz.
Id, he became a staff member of the
ne Post, edited by Gershon Agron-
Ksho later served as Mayor of Jeru-
funtil his death in 1959).
lesion's first exhibition was held in
[and he went on painting throughout
Lar years, developing an inimitable
In 1947 he went to Paris for further
I and work, and during the five years
ding his death in July of 1967. he
pail ol every year in Israel.
lie home art gallery of Harry Stern
something new to me, and something
qathcr, in Israel. It offers the
rtunity of meeting Israelis, as well as
|ing the works of Israeli artists. The
| ailists to whom I was introduced in
Kerns' home were all born outside of
|1, and yet they had something in
.non their achievement of fruitful ar-
development in a new environment,
under the inspiration of the land of Israel
itself. It was another indication of the
miracle of Israel: the flourishing cultural
revival in the midst of an economic and
security struggle for the survival of a
Jewish State.
If you axe interested in art. look the
Sterns up when next you are in Tel Aviv.
It's an off-beat cultural extra for tourists
interested in art. lust call them up and
say, "Henry Levy sent me." They will
give you an appointment.
(.en. Lucius I), (lay, l.S. Army (rot.) i tli-
chairman oi a raoentlj formed Committee of
Concern, the purpose of which i-> to foena
nnrhl iitf<>ntioii on the plight of Mm la Iraq.
Committee mammtra lactaaa pflraoaa from all
walks of life. in. luilinn the field* of business.
religion, arts and seteines, education, public
atfnirs and civil rights.
siiday Greetings
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jming, Pet Supplies
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North Miami
Phone 688-3021
VIASA
VENEZUELAN
rERNATIONAL
AIRWAYS
[160 S.E. 3rd Avenue
Phono FR 1^507
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Holiday Greetings
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[PROVISIONS
r9S N W. 49th STREET
sMI, FLA. 635-7503
GUARANTY BANK
OF MIAMI
8300 BIRD ROAD
Just Wait of the Palmetto By-Pass
Mamber: Pedera I Deposit Insurance Corporation
DWVWN WINDOWS WEEK DAYS 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
FRIDAYS 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
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LfaOflNG
Since 1921
I'CENSED- INSURED
f*520 N.W. 5th Avenue
MIAMI
681-0646
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ADVERTISING MATS
Plastic Ad Plates Thermo Sot Printing Plates
Electrotypes Stereotypes Printing Mote Servico
PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
GIEGER ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO.
636 S.W. 2nd AVEUNE Phone 226-9661
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MODERN
INSTRUCTION CO.
'3147 W. DIXIE HWY.
NO MIAMI, FLORIDA
891-5590
BARTON'S Bonbonniere
Phone 5384409
532 LINCOLN ROAD MALL 211 E. FLAGLER STREET
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
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7401 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6"3733
RINKER
MATERIALS CORP.
First With The Best
TELEPHONE 987-0202
Blocks Concrete Steel Building Supplies
P.O. BOX 1010, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
(North Toft Street at Seabord Airline Railroad)
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mv r.temjl-ow. a**tMMna OMTC.M
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INC. OF FLORIDA
Since 1927
Wo Serve You ... As You With to be Served
2603 Pone* de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends and Ct/stomer,
PURE OIL COMPANY
351 N.W. 42nd Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phono 445-3591
Interiors by
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TELEPHONE: 377-1551
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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Fashions by Bigna
237 NE. 35th STREET
Phone 379-5971
GREETINGS
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"First to Last in Batteries"
2125 N.W. 17th AVENUE
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1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach JE 8-1665
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
OUR WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
ABBE VENETIAN BLIND, INC.
MR. HARRY KESSMAN, President
25 N.W. 19th Street, Miami Phono FR 9-9751 & 371-5073
Call 633-3403
GREETINGS TO ALL
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
113 Almeria Avenue Coral Gables
Phone 443-2553
s?
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. d, j Tf If VltlON DIVISION
P.O. BOX 397, Miami 33152
634-5461


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FARM STORES
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PkONCS MIAMI Hi 2617
ft. LAUOUMlE 524-3432
unshine kitchens
by GEM INDUSTRIES INC
rttibftihc micia B> MSI '
V'CMODUCTS KITCHEN fABINi IS VANITtfS flKNIIHRf V ," MP<
16111 I 13tn IVE.. MIAMI, fU. DIM (SIMSMIIE STATE IIOUSTRIAI PARK)
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
"iMt With A Smile On Palm Springs Mil"
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GRABLES BAKERIES
73 S.Llst STREET, MIAMI
Phone 3740228
fJenisi' FlcrkJiain_______________
passover book review
(Continual from Page 4-F)
nation, apologia and-or defense of Re-
formism reveals that undisciplined liberty
and individualistic criteria have under-
mined ritual. He writes that "worship in
the home was stripped of much of its
poetic beauty and greatly weakened its
appeal. There was the gradual cessation
of religious observance of almost any
kind in many homes and synagogues .
The rabbi became his (the layman's' w
carious atonement and sacrificial offering.
He was largely inarticulate in the syna-
gogue and almost wholly unobservant in
his home and daily lif3." Although most
Reform institutions are called temples, the
author uses only the word synagogue.
Two Reform rabbis who serve as Hi'lel
directors have taken denominational and
Reform Jewish education to task. Rabbi
Levine wrote, "Students come to the cam-
pus often deeply rooted in one approach
to Jewish life and loyal only to that inter-
pretation loyalties are along denom-
inational lines." Rabbi Zuckerman wrote
that "some Reform youth are so alienated
from the rest of Jewry that an expression
of religion or a form of worship at vari-
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
1
WOLFIITS
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETING^ Jr^OM .
Dee .lav Overwea** Trading Co.
1014 E. 29th STREET, J#ME*
PHONE 691-0251
Frido
nnce horn thou own .;,eepiy
and repels them phyeictdhfcS
jrounq Jews. This ; J|
Abba HiUelSUve.. WJ.'
greats pf Reforn^m.d^;^"
urday morning Ber\ B '"
wrote that "the progress*. <
ner.t eiement in Reform ],
substitution of schol
cam. of liberty | .... '
Silvennan's rep?ated assertJoaiS
form affiliates conduct Satuidr)
enriees, this rem :.:. the excejL
than the rule. M i..--'. !
Saturday morning servi :
sp3cial occasion or a dacha
There are factual errors :,.,,,
and parts of it a:- extraneous to J
The author also betrays a lac J|
edge of South American youth J
references to affiliates of the \
in Brazil lack identification. [| m
ferring to Rabbi Laemmle's oreusil
and his colleague s in Sco Paulo J
formation i lated with the Conservative tton
And the congregation he referred t,
did not identify in Curacao must bel
Israel, which is believe i! or n
Sephardic-Reform-Reconstructionji
Apr
liiMi''
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
REPUBLIC MORTGAGE
CORPORATION
NATHANIEL B. ELKINS. PRESIDENT
9999 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores
Phone 759-4521
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
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1849 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Florida
Miami Phone 945-5981
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
rin hit hi ream' or
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160 N.E. 4th Street, Miami
Phone 371-3461
A Happy Holiday Season To All
JOK 1 AKMWS II VICIII It SHOP
109 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Phone 374-7528
C. DANA WOOIKMAX
REALTOR
88 Merrick Way Phone HI 3 2534
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Julie Nadler Sam Goldberg
Beach Hardware and Paint Co.. Inc.
Electrical Appliances
1121-1123 WASHINGTON AVE.
Plumbing Supplies
Phone JE 1-9059
Holiday Greetr^i.
To All
Froc. .
WILLIj
BREST
Realtor1
14647 N.W.Wil
Phone 685-356*
A H :ppy Passover V'
He^en and Bili -*|
WINDSOR BEAU
SUPPLIES, INC
16451 N.E.15***|
North MiimiBMi
Phone 945-9911
Passover Greeting
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-9294
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Palm Inland of Miami
THE IE1NHAID FAMUY
Ml MX Ml STtEET
Miami, noeioA
I
JEWELRY CO-
160 L naglsw*1
PHONi ft V0
Passover Gf*e*f
From
A. J. ALEXAN^
401 M-W^*""
Miami, fl**


April 17.
1S7C
JenistFkriditr
lewtshness A Family Affair

| irom I*:iK*" *-')
in']
imil
K gson
ji.,i (hi mother was.
I to a family is
family
diverts it as unneeee-
lewa as well as
,,i Israel. This is
why children
A
a--
and bio-
thc mother is the only
||U,o ';>>s is ,1<, slu1'
[ is no slur not to be
n run away from
hut one can not cease
Bi ol that family.
fl- vi ars, when the en-
fl>li family" was dis-
systi of adaption"
I ne into beiiiK,
i nl with so
1 at tempi to con-
Lj, i, i istianity. In the
Ihoui vi "conversion"
exist hi word "Ger"
.. it convert.
[ to the matter
nut nation-
I ;t the nation-
L p< ople, which
I g the na-
[ A nation has
ir tin physi-
Ita people
tin ailmims-
i< ind the main-
ititutions guar-
It Wishes Fcr a
:v Holiday Frcm .
iNTANA
IS, INC.
[217 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
en 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
DAKY
_J^|Hc day Greetings
ten Graber's
todies Wear
Ird St Shopping Cantor
[1325 N.E. 163rd St.
cayne Shopping Plaza
U71 751-2443
PV Holiday Greetinqs
CONSTRUCTION
501 SO DIXIE HWY.
Stanley Cohen
Marvin Sheldon
Phone 667-8866
Prpy Passover To All
JOHN L.
i'< WERS
HOOFING
ROOFING REPAIRS
PH 531-3018
[licensed and Insured
Budget Terms
** ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
antceinq society ami the Indi-
vidual the right* and freedoms
to which they are entitled. This
requires a written body of laws
and punitive deterrents for
breaking them.
Religions have no such re-
sponsibilities. Th.ii principal do-
main is the personal life of the
individual, leaving national, ju-
riilic ami civic matters to the
state. In the case of the Jewish
people a Family grown into a
People and ultimately into a
State a situation evolved that
was unique. The Jews shared a
common faith a concept of God
which was the essence of th
being, deep enough ami power-
ful enough to affect the entire
course of human history. But
they were also a State, ami this
meant a codified body of laws
and the insistence that they be
adhered to. Since a faith is not
arrived at by popular election,
but is a matter of "revelation"
to. or through, the people, it
docs not lend itself to change
by popular majority, or else it
not be a religion.
When a religion is also a na-
tion, national law became re-
ligious law and it. too. is beyond
(Continued on Ptogc 14-F)
PASSOVER
GREETINGS

A rtcasurt- to give, a joy to receive, when
nothlMK ItUt the lt,-.-t will do .
L Unite s ymm^ctnaieSf vvmc,
94*7 Harding
Surfside
8W-5145
700 N.E. 125 Street
North Miami
7S7-0184
1617 N.E. 163rd St.
North Miami Beach
947-5125
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS
MYERS' PIZZA PARLOR
16500 Biscay ne Blvd.
9457082
447-9634
Your Host: The Boychikes Joel and Harvey
We Deliver from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Take Out Service till 3:30 a.m.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MORSE NATIONAL CAR RENTAL
OPERATES A FLEET OF 4000
GENERAL MOTORS and OTHER FINE CARS
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Phone 633-8655
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
AMERICANA
knitting mills of miami, inc.
500 N.W. 24th Street Miami, Florida 33127
TO AIL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Wholesale Fruii and Vegetables
CVS VROMiK COMPANY* MNC
1200 N.VV. 22nd STREET
Ph. 379-2796
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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35C LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phono 538-6623
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
STAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
24B4 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami 445-7937
Page 13-F
Passover Greetings
To The Entire
Jewish Community
FARR TOURS
FOUR STAR TOURS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RICHARD MORCHEIIES
CALL
945-6472
^ EXPERT COLOR TV
ALL MAKES
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REPAIRS
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DEALERS
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SERVICE
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SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc.
Phone 888-3495
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
f^L SCHOOL
AND SUMMER CAMP
11211 Biscayne Blvd.
757-1511
Rose L. Guiither
16295 BISCAYNE BLVD. NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Sun Deck Cottages
DR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE FEINBERG
and FAMILY
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Holiday Greetir.as to Ail
AETNA SECURITIES CORPORATION
We specialize in Over-The-Counter Stocks & Bonds
MIAMI BEACH 220 71st Street 865-3751
NEW YORK CITY 111 Broadway WO 4-6400
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FOR RESERVATIONS, PHONE 238-5411 or 664 4632


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Marine
Electrical SeFvfce, he.
COMPANY
MIAMI. FLOHfDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SERBIN, INC
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
n for a Happy O
Passover Season To All
253 N.W. 22ndLane
371-4*03
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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Jewishness A Family Affair
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popular change, in religious law.
which to tlx- Jews Included na-
tional law. there could be differ-
ences of interpretation, but not
changea in direct contradiction
to the written law This can cre-
ate an endless array of problem!
when the people are removed
from their land and even great-
t r problems when, after 2.000
years, they once again resume
national statehood.
One other thing it has created
is survival. When nations are
i< moved from their land for
any length of time they cease
to he. There his been no excep-
tion to this. Religion*, on the
other hand, tend to survive not
just the Jewish religion, but all
religion. Religions relate to the
universal, the iieretinial basics
of life birth, death, intimate
human relations ami the valutas
of living. At Last till the age
of technology, it was the quin-
tessence of folk-art. the lan-
guage of their joys, sorrows and
aspirations. Nations relate to a
given land and when the people
sire removed from the land, they
tend to merge with the people of
the land in which they find
themselves. The Jewish people
were a family, a faith, and a
nation all in one. and as the
faith survived, 'he family sur-
vived, and with it the national
consciousness.
# Now the matter of Halaeha.
" The written law created a
i ist number of problems for the
full length of the 2.000 years of
Jewish dispersion, but it gave
more than it took. For one thing
it gave them a raison d'etre a
culture, an art and a science all
in one. It maintained the spirit
of the Jew and developed his
mind. Halaeha was like a spir-
itual skyscraper in the midst of
an alien ghetto. Regardless ot
what we may think of the shtetl.
the Jew had his world and his
life was worth living. When peo-
ple speculate on the absence of
the Jew in the plastic arts for
example, and attribute it to the
I'.iblual injunction against grav-
en images, they don't know the
quality of life of the Galut. The
Scriptures ami the Halaeha em-
braced every facet of living
work. home. Sabbath. Holidays.
ating. sleeping and SDOVl all
the dedication to learning as the
mark ot the man. This was his
art. and his life was the me-
dium of expression His abst i
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**" 'ItuaUon arose n
jwtant to undents*.!
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one* aeam survival ,
not the nmftaitfJ
minority iaun| a h%J
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">' -'" 'n an area,,,
neighbors ver>niueti,.
jorlty.
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Vnd white they are
isked i give it up,
. \ in impose ii on
. j regard them-
,i,. keepen-oNtbe-
h 2,000 yean of ilis-
survival made
., naissance of the
on ih. u ancient
I 100 years -.< >
no other kimls ol
kii was quick-
i i event,
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hand.
ii the
pose a
. mi a people '
in their for-
im which there i-
ople who ri>l cn ate a State so
in id IK1 free Jiws
as much right to
,i. beings as well.
i Chalutzim when
Halacha-Jewry was
.;)ii lho idea of a
. and if the rt'tn-
had a place to turn
t ..' Holocaust, it was
. many free-thinking
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Socialists helped create a place
tor them. No one on i ither sine
,->sks for thanks, but m ith< r will
they forego the basic principles
to which they have held and
which brought them to Israel.
What is tile answer?
There is only oru Time.
Time and understanding, which,
all in all is being exhibited on
ixith side.-, extremists notwith-
standing. In this sense the
Shalits have doni a disservice to
both the people and the State
There are questions that are
\alid on ih ir own, but pii
tui'e and il dues litlli good
to rush them,
Israel is lil< a family which
i oi sisl of a man from oro
i i the world and a woman from
with children who an
strangers to both, they too hav-
ing been swept up from the four
corners ol the earth, and none
able to understand the languagi
of the Other. When life needs
their, as a "family" and they de-
pend on one another for their
Survival, they will grow toward
i ach other and there will be
love, perhaps far deeper than a
love-at-first-sight relationship
such as that of people who are
independent of one another. The
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given time. For the wife who
Ikuilly kii.ms her husband to
suddenly, ask "Do you really
love me?" is as unwise as n is
premature.
There is sincerity on but Ii
side- and a greatness in the
people as a whole which each
ii,i, evidences itsell anew. Time
and understanding and a touch
of the timeless Jewish virtue of
"Ahavat Israel" is essential. In
this spirit one can nut hut stand
in awe ol the manner in which
tin' n cent issue tin ust upon the
- j ol i he li' ads ol stat
w is handli d, although each ol
n must have had the it cm n
liersoi a i inings.
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count i > u In re on< can point to
the "Establish!!* nt" as an i k-
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living :n Israel, where he is con-
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the Homes and Holidays program,
which was initiated in Miami. Mr.
Kahan. who headed the Israel Bond
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was active in Greater Miami'* Israel
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